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Mrs. John W. Davis
 Linton, Ind., April 11 - Mrs. John W. Davis is dead at her home on R. R. No. 7 after several weeks' illness of dropsy. 
She is survived by a husband and six children. - Terre Haute Tribune, 11 April 1914, Page 002

Contributed by James D. VanDerMark

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William Keys, Worthington
William Keys, aged about twenty-one, died yesterday of consumption after an illness of many months.
Date: July 26, 1899 Location: Indiana Paper: Indiana State Journal

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Dr. James A. Minich
Worthington, Ind., Jan. 30. - Dr. James A. Minich is dead of pneumonia, after an illness of less than one week. Dr. Minich
was a widely known and skillful surgeon and his death is regarded as a public calamity here. Always cheerful and generous,
his loss will be most keenly felt by those who were unable to pay for professional services. To such he administered
with the same patience and diligence as to those who were more fortunate, and today many a man In the State of Indiana
Is indebted to Dr. Minich for the use of limbs, natural or artificial, for which he received only gratitude in payment.
Indiana Journal February 3, 1897
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Dled-ADAM STROPES, of Green County, age 63. He went through the Indian Wares with
General JACKSON and First  Lieutenant under Captain LOVELL H. ROUSSEAN, in Mexico.
May 13,1858 the Morgan County Gazett

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WORTHINGTON, Ind., Nov. 6, Kenneth, the only child of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Welshans,
of the "Welshans Hotel, died yesterday after a short illness of membraneous croup.
The lady will be taken to Indianapolis for interment in Crown Hill.
Date: 1899-11-08; Paper: Indiana State Journal Greene County

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Clyde "Davy" Shidler
Jasonville, Ind. (Special)
Clyde "Davey" Shidler, 83, died at 3:30 p.m. Friday  25 Feb 1966, at his residence.  He was a member of the Friendly Grove Baptist Church. 
He is susrvived by the widow, Irene; three sons, Lynn, Terre Haute; Earl, Evansville, and Gilbert, Farmersburg;
seven daughters, Mrs. Ruth Snellenberger, Hymera; Mrs. Esther West, Clay City; Mrs. Faye Sinder, Terre Haute;
Mrs. Maude Strait, Mrs. Gladys Wright, Mrs. Anna Stevens, and Mrs. Edith Keller,
all of Jasonville; a brother Harley, Lewis; two sisters: Mrs. Nora Jackson, Terre Haute and Mrs. Rose McGinnies, Bonner's Ferry, Idaho;
26 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.  Arrangements are pending at the McCanahan Funeral Home.
Newspaper: Terre Haute Tribune
Submitters Name:Friends For Free Genealogy


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Gideon Cutrell
BLOOMFIELD. Ind.  July 26-—Gideon Cutrell died at his home in Taylor township to-day. He was among the oldest citizens of the State, being 104 years of age.
He came to Greene county from North Carolina in and entered the tract of land from the government on which he has since lived.
Date: 1897-07-28; Paper: Indiana State Journal

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Name of Deceased: Eva Jane Hicks Martin
Mrs. Joseph H. Martin
At 10:40 o'clock Tuesday morning death came to the relief of Mrs. Eva Jane Martin who had been suffering for three weeks of typhoid-pneumonia. 
She was born near Worthington, January 6, 1852:died at her home in South Bloomfield, September 22, 1903, aged 51 years, 8 months, 16 days.
Her maiden name was Hicks.  February 12, 1866, at the age of fourteen, she was united in marriage to Joseph H. Martin. 
To this union were born twelve children, six sons and six daughters - of whom five sons and three daughters, together with their father are left to mourn the loss of their mother.
She came from a family of three children.  Her brother died in 1867, her sister, Mrs. Martha J. Griffy, is still living and resides in Clay county.
Her life was given up to hard work and no one who knew her could help but admire her patient industry as she toiled for the welfare of her family.
The funeral services were conducted by Rev. H. H. Allen from the family residence Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock and the remains were interred in the Bloomfield Cemetery.
Newspaper: The Bloomfield News Obit: Fri, Sept 25, 1903 - Pg 4
Submitters Name: Liz Blackburn-Helton


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Name of Deceased: Thomas Mull Vaughn
Obit: "Obit says VAUGHT- error- should be: "VAUGHN"
"Bloomfield News, Thursday, 4 July 1912"
Thomas Mull Vaught died at his home June 29, 1912 of total paralysis. About nine years ago
he was stricken and since he has had several strokes of more or less severity but on June 21 he received the stroke from which he never recovered. From the time he received the last stroke until his death not a drop of water or medicine did he take. He never recovered consciousness.  The deceased was borne in Nichlos county, Kentucky, May 25, 1837,aged seventy-five years, one month and one day. He was the oldest of a family of six children,
and as his parents died when he was young the hardships of life fell heavily on him. On January 11, 1859, he was married to Mary E. Taylor, and to union three children were born all of whom died while young. He has lived in this county since 1859. In January 1864 his wife died leaving two small children. He was married again in January 1865 to Lucinda E. Moss, and to this union eight children were born, of whom all but one survive him. The children are Joseph and Isaac Vaughn and Mrs. Irvin Moats, of Terre Haute; Chas. and  Samuel Vaughn and Mrs. G. D. Beckwith, of Linton, and Mrs. geo. Tally, of Matoon, ILL.
He accepted the Christian faith in boyhood and united with a church in Kentucky. Several years later he united with the Summerville Christian church and after his long years of affliction he has led a life he thought worthy for often he has said "I am ready to go when my Father calls me." Funeral services were held at the house Friday 1 p.m. conducted by  Rev. D. Hanna, of Worthington. Interment at Fairview cemetery, Linton.
Newspaper: Bloomfield News Submitters Name: K Hembree Bargerhuff

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Name of Deceased: Samuel Delano (Dell) Vaughn
Obit: Bloomfield News, Thursday,  31 July 1913, pg. 5
Dell Vaughn, aged about nthirty five years, a well-known man, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Vaughn, pioneer residents of this county, died at his home at Linton at 1:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon of brain fever.He had been ill about two weeks, and on account of a vigorous constitution it was hoped that he would pull through.  He was for awhile deputyrecorder during the term of his brother, Isaac N. Vaughn.
Newspaper: Bloomfield News Submitters Name: K  Hembree Bargerhuff

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