LAKE COUNTY INDIANA
Died, at his home in Crown Point, Wednesday morning, March 31, (1909) at 5 o'clock, Reuben Fancher, who came to Lake county in 1855. An old settler in the county, although not a pioneer, a citizen of Crown Point for many years, active, enterprising, useful, a pleasant, genial friend, he, like so many others whom we miss, has passed from among us. He was nearly 75 years of age. He has living now in Crown Point two daughters and one son. [Source: "Reports of the Historical Secretary of the Old Settler and Historical Association of Lake Co, IN From 1906 to 1910" - Submitted by K. T.]
Died at Manteno, Illinois, on Tuesday, May 21, 1907, Lyman Farley, the last of his generation of the pioneer Farley family. He was 84 years of age. He left kindred at Lowell and Crown Point. ["Reports of the Historical Secretary of the Old Settler and Historical Association of Lake Co, IN From 1906 to 1910" - Submitted by K. T.]
April 8 (1908). Wednesday, at 8 p. m., Mrs. Abel Farwell died at the home of her daughter in St. Joe, Mich. Shewas known in girlhood as Louisa Burns, and came to Hanover township in 1836. She was 82 years of age. She was bornin the State of New York December 23, 1825. Burial at Lowell April 10. ["Reportsof the Historical Secretary of the Old Settler and Historical Association of Lake Co, IN From 1906 to 1910"- Submitted by K. T.]
Fauser, Mrs. Jacob
Died on Monday, August 9th, (1909) at her home, a few miles southeast of Crown Point, Mrs. Jacob Fauser, daughter of John and Barbara Houk, born in Wurtemburg, Germany November 1st, 1835, coming with her brother, Mathias Houk, to the State of New York in 1859. She was married August 28th, nearly fifty years ago, to Jacob Fauser, and came to Lake County in 1865. She was nearly 74 years of age and leaves, besides her husband and two brothers, ten children and fifteen grandchildren. [Source: "Reports of the Historical Secretary of the Old Settler and Historical Association of Lake Co, IN From 1906 to 1910" - Submitted by K. Torp]
Bridget Fitzgerald who died at Gary, Ind., Monday, was brought to this city for burial Wednesday morning. Her family was formerly of Walker ton, and her husband Patrick, and two sons, are buried in this city. Funeral at St. Michael's Catholic church. [The Plymouth Tribune.(Plymouth, Ind.), January 16, 1908]
We learn that Justice N.H. Foote, of Lowell, died at that place on Sunday last, of small pox. [Crown Point Register, Thursday, Feb 19 1863]
Frazier, James -- was born in Central Tennessee, September 17, 1827, and became a resident of Lake County about fifty years ago. Of six children, one only, William Frazier of Chicago, is now living. He died quite suddenly, Tuesday morning, Sept. 19, 1905, 78 years of age. He left a second wife to whom he was married thirty-three years ago. ["Rep orts of the Historical Secretary of the Old Settler and Historical Association of Lake Co, IN From 1906 to 1910"]
Frederick, Dorathea - was born near Blue Island, Illinois. August 17, 1859, and died at her home in West Creek township after a brief illness, December 17, 1900, at the age of forty-one years and four months. In infancy she came with her parents from Blue Island to Dyer, Indiana. November 17, 1878, she was united in marriage to Frederick Einspahr. To this union nine children, three boys and six girls, were born; all of which survive their mother, their dearest and truest friend on earth. At the age of fifteen years she joined the Lutheran church, and ever lived the life of the true Christian; being ever ready to assist in any good work, ever thinking more of the happiness of others than of her own. She was a true and faithful wife; a kind and indulgent mother and an obliging neighbor, and will be greatly missed and sincerely mourned by the whole community in which she lived. The seventeenth day of the month seemed to be the day upon which the epochs in her life were to occur, for upon that day of the month she was born, married and died; rather a strange fatality. She leaves her husband, nine children, two brothers: John Frederick, of Dyer, Indiana, and Peter Frederick, of Lowell, Indiana; and four sisters: Mrs. Joseph Sons, of Dyer. Indiana, Mrs. John Harms, of Dalton, Illinois, Mrs. Albert Ger-ritsen, of Fernwood, Illinois, and Mrs. William Einspahr, of West Creek, Indiana; an aged mother-in-law, together with a large circle of friends, to mourn the departure of a true, noble and loving wife, mother and friend, to that higher sphere of life. Her funeral occurred from the German Methodist church in West Creek township, Thursday, December 20, at 2 p. m. Rev. Dismyer, of Crown Point, preached the funeral discourse. She was laid away in the cemetery near the church, there to rest in quiet slumber until the morning of the first resurrection, then to come forth into immortal life to enjoy the companionship of the dear friends she has left behind throughout an endless eternity. To the sorely bereaved family the Tribune extends its sincere sympathy. [Source: Encyclopedia of Genealogy and Biography of Lake County, Indiana]
Friedman, Casil H.
Memorial services for Casil H. Friedman, late member of the East Chicago Bar association, will be held tomorrow at 7 p. m. in room 2 of the Lake superior court in Indiana Harbor. According to officers of the bar association, the public is invited to attend the services.
Reorganization of the association will take place at a meeting for members only later in the evening. Other important discussions will be held also. [Ham mond Times (Hammond, IN) Sunday Oct 10, 1937]
Fuller, Emily A.
Died at Shelby, December 3, 1908, Miss Emily A. Fuller, a member of the large Fuller family, some of whom were early settlers of this county. She was born near the Robinson Prairie school house, but lived in Shelby many years, where her mother died July 1, 1898, and her father February 16, 1905. She was 42 years of age. [Source: "Reports of the Historical Secretary of the Old Settler and Histor ical Association of Lake Co, IN From 1906 to 1910" - Submitted by K. Torp]
February 12 (1908), Wednesday morning. Mr. Frank Fuller was killed by the cars this morning at Cedar Lake. ["Reports of the Historical Secretary of the Old Settler and Historical Association of Lake Co, IN From 1906 to 1910" - Submitted by K. Torp]
We learn that J.N. Fuller, of Company A, 73rd Indiana Regiment, died at Gallatin, Tenn., on the 29th ult. [Crown Point Register, Thursday, Feb 19 1863]