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Father Anselmmeir, Death of an Indiana Priest
Louisville Ky June 29, 1890
Father Anselmmeir, of St. Meinrad's Academy, Spencer county Indiana died here today from the effects of the heat. He came to Louisville on Friday to spend the summer, and was overcome as he left the train. There have been many other cases of prostration.
The Indianapolis journal., June 30, 1890
Transcribed by J.M.Kell


Gladys Balbach
MARIAH HILL, (Ind.) --
Gladys T. Balbach, 68 died Sunday March 3, 2002 at St. Mary's Medical Center in Evansville. Surviving are her husband, Leo J.; three daughters, Sharon Klueh, Mary Weyer and Jeanne Schaeffer; two sons Ray and Ed; a sister, Shirley Bryant; a brother, Edward Rickelhoff; and 14 grandchildren.
Services will be at 10 a.m. EST Thursday at Mary Help of Christians Church, burial in the church cemetery.
Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. Wednesday and from 7 to 9:30 a.m. Thursday at Becher Funeral Home in Ferdinand.
Evansville Courier & Press (IN)
Tuesday, March 5, 2002
Submitted by Kathyrn Todd


Leo J. Balbach
Leo J. Balbach, 87, Mariah Hill, died Friday, Sept. 25, 2015, in Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center in Jasper. He was born in Mariah Hill on March 17, 1928, to Anton and Bertha (Jochim) Balbach. He married Gladys Reckelhoff on June 6, 1953, in St. Ferdinand Catholic Church in Ferdinand. She died March 3, 2002.
Surviving are two sons, Ray Balbach and wife Lori and Ed Balbach and wife Donna, both of Mariah Hill; three daughters Sharon Klueh and husband Mark of Jasper and Mary Weyer and husband Larry and Jeanne Schaeffer and husband David, both of Ferdinand; 14 grandchildren; and 10 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Herbert and William Balbach.
Mr. Balbach was a retired dairy farmer. He had served in the U.S. Army and was a member of Ferdinand American Legion Post 124, St Vincent de Paul Society and Mary Help of Christians Catholic Church in Mariah Hill. He was an avid sports fan, especially of St. Louis Cardinals baseball and Indianapolis Colts football. He enjoyed gardening, wine making and his grandchildren and great-grandchildren...
The funeral will be at 10 a.m. CDT Monday in Mary Help of Christians Catholic Chuurch in Mariah Hill. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Ferdinand American Legion Post 124 will conduct military graveside rites. Friends may call from 2 to 7 p.m. CDT Sunday and after 9 a.m. CDT Monday at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to Mary Help of Christians Church.
Newspaper: The Herald (Jasper, Ind.)
Sept. 26, 2015
Submitted by Kathyrn Todd


John Barnett
Evansville Ind. July 30, 1903. John Barnett one of the best known citizens of Spencer County Indiana died today aged 62 years.
He was a prominent Odd Fellow and Mason.
The St. Louis Republic., July 31, 1903 Transcribed by J.M.Kell


John Best
Rockport Ind. John Woodrow (Woodie) Best, 57, of Rockport died at 12 noon Saturday at his home.Rockport Ind.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Pattie Crane and Mrs. Jackie Lillpop, both ofRockport, his mother, Cena Best of Rockport, three sisters, Mrs. Ida Marie Cameron, and Mrs. Pauline Carter, both of Roclport, and Mrs. Sarah Pace of Evansville; two Brothers, Tom of Colorada Springs, Colo., and Aurthur, of Rockport; five grandchildren all home. in Rockport.
Friends may call after noon Sunday at the funeral home.
Sunday, May 10, 1970 Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M.Kell


DR. F.W. BILLART
Special to The Courier.
CHRISNEY Ind.. Sept. 5—Dr. F. W.Billart, an old and highly respected citizen, died at noon Monday at his home in Chrisney after only two days illness. He removed to Christney from Boonville about twenty years ago, where he had practiced medicine for over thirty-five years. He was 73 years of age. His remains will be interred in the Oak Hill cemetery here Wednesday . afternoon under the auspices 'of the I. O. O. F. lodge, with which order he was quite a noted member. Rev. J. B. Johnson will preach the funeral sermon.
He leaves seven children, as follows: F. W. Billart of Marion, Ky., Theo. Billart of Grandview. Ind., Gus Billart, G. W. Billart and Mrs. J. P. Chrisney of Chrisney Ind.. Charles Billart of Lawrenceburg, Ind., and Edward Billart of Dale, Ind.
Wednesday, September 6, 1905
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN


Aunt Fannie Bray, an old and highly respected resident of West Rockport, died at her home on Eighth street at an early hour this morning. Aunt Fannie was born near Atlanta, Ga., in 1833, being 75 years old at her death.
She was married to Thomas Bray of the same neighborhood In 1848. One child, a girl, was born to them. In 1863 they moved to Rockport, where she has since resided, she has been a widow for the past twenty years. Two grandchildren are left, Bert Moore and Miss Jessie Moore. The funeral will take place from her late. residence Tuesday at 2 o'clock, services will he conducted by Rev. J. C. Wyatt of the Baptist church. Interment at Sunset Hill cemetery.
December 22, 1908
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN


Wallace O. Buskins
CHRISNEY --
Wallace Buskins, 61, died Friday afternoon at his home in Chrisney.
Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. today at the Youngsblood Funeral Home, Chrisney, with the Rev. Harold Claycamp officiating.
Evansville Courier and Press (IN) Date: March 17, 1957
Submitted by Kathyrn Todd



MRS. ELIZA CARLETON
Mrs. Eliza Carleton, one of the oldest women in the city. died Monday morning early at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Addie Eates. wife of Scott Bates. 312 Edgar street. Death was due to old age. "Aunt Eliza" as she was known to most of tor friends, was in apparent good health and was active up to a short time of her passing away.
Mrs. Carleton was the daughter of the late William Carleton of Hatfield, Spencer county, who died eleven years ago: She celebrated her eighty ~ seventh birthday on Feb. 22. the anniversary of the birth of George Washington. She was born near Gentryville, Spencer county, being the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan McCoy, who were among the early settlers of Spencer  county.
For many years Mrs. Carleton lived at Hatfield and her husband built the first house in the town, which he occupied up to the time of his death. For many years Mr. Carleton operated a blacksmith shop at Hatfield.
Mrs. Carleton is survived by four sons and three daughters; John Carleton. Arkansas; Boring Carleton, of Okahoma. Res Carleton, Evansville; William Carleton. Kansas; Mrs. Belle Hatfield. Hatfield; Mrs. Scott Bates. Evansville; and Mrs. Dollie Sutter. Ohio. She was greatly attached to her children and they also held her In great affection. For the past ten years she made her home with Res Carleton a son, and Mrs. Bates, daughter of this city.
The body will be taken to Hatfield on the 1 o'clock traction car this afternoon and will be laid to rest by the side of her husband in the Ebenezer cemetery. The Rev. Ernest Turner, pastor of the church of the Nazarine of this city, will accompany the funeral party and will have charge of the services.
Tuesday, March 25, 1919
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN


Harold Carpenter
Richland Ind. Harold Carpenter 76, died early Wednesday in Our Lady of Mercy Hospital at Owensboro.
Survivers include two daughters; three sons; one brother; one sister; 14 grandchildren.
Funeral will be held at 2 P.M. Friday at Boultinghouse Funeral Home. Burial at Hatfield cemetery.
Thursday, October 3, 1968
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
(Transcribed by J. M. Kell)

James Christ
Rockport, Ind., July 22.
James Christ, a veteran steamboat man. died this morning at his home in Grandview, Ind., from a complication of diseases at the age of 58 years. He was mate on the steamer, City of Pittsburg, when she burned In the Mississippi river near Cairo, Ill., five years ago and won great praise by saving the life of a woman at great risk to his own life. He swam with her to shore. Tuesday, July 23, 1907 Evansville Courier and Press Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M.Kell


Name of Deceased: Thomas Connor
County Name: Spencer Co.
State: IN
Newspaper: South Bend News-Times
Submitters Name: Teresa Haines Rigney
Obit: June 28, 1915
FARMER KILLED BY TRAIN
The coroner will hold an inquest today over the body of Thomas Connor, 60 years old, a farmer of Spencer county, who was killed outright by a southern train last night two miles west of Boonville. It is believed Connor was sitting on the track, but whether death was by suicide or not is the problem left to the coroner. Connor's body was badly mangled.


Aria Crews
GENTRYVILLE,— Aria T. Crews, 80, died at 8 p.m. Sunday at Joseph's Hospital in Huntingburg.
She retired from the Gentryville post office, where she was postmaster for 29 years. She was a member of Rebekah Lodge and Gentryville United Methodist Church and was a charter member of the Lincoln Club of Southern Indiana Heritage Surviving are two daughters, June Crews and Marta Simpson, both of Gentryville, two sons, Frank of Gentryville and Fred of Lincoln City; three sisters, Grace Tribble of Gentryville, Freda Schroder of Lincoln City and Anna Lou Earl of Nineveh; a brother, James Thurman of Yankeetown; 15 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren- Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Fuller Funeral Home in Dale, with burial in Garden of Memory Cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the Gentryville United Methodist Church Building fund or the Spencer County Unit of the American Cancer Society.
Tuesday, June 28, 1988
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
(Transcribed by J. M. Kell)
Mrs. Mayme Enlow
Rockport April 6 -(Special)
Mrs. Mayme Enlow, 44, died Thursday night in Welborn Baptist Hospital at Evansville.
Surviving are the husband John; three sons, John Jr., Donnie Ray and Lennie, at home; three daughters, Mrs Jean Miller, of Boonville,Susan and Darlene Enlow, at home; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paceley of Rockport; three brothers, Elmer Paceley of Rockport, Edgar of Homer, Ill. and Jimmie in the U.S. Army; four sisters, Mrs Goldie Agnew and Mrs Carolyn Westfall of Indianapolis; Mrs. Pauline Lillipop and Mrs. Alma Kebortz of Rockport.
The body is at the Boultinghouse funeral home.
Friday, April 7, 1950
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
(Transcribed by J. M. Kell)

F. R. Glenn
Richland Jan 29, -(Special)-
F. R. Glenn, 77, retired school teacher, died today at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Inez Evans, of Richland. He had taught in Spencer County schools for 48 years.
Surviving are two sons, Waldo and Ralph, both of Kalamazoo, Mich; four other daughters, Mrs. Mildred Smith, Mrs. Alice Williams, and Mrs. Lois Miller, all of Kalamazoo, and Mrs. Sarilda Clark, Rockport; a brother, Dr. Fred Glenn, Tell City; a sister, Mrs. Cornelia Kirkland, Hatfield; 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
The body will be taken from the Boultinghouse Funeral Home in Rockport to the residence at noon Saturday.
Saturday, January 30, 1954
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M. Kell


MRS. LILLY HUSER HARRIS
GRANDVIEW, Ind ,
Mrs. Lilly Huser Harris, 76, of Grandview died at the Home of her daughter at 4:30 p.m. Sunday.
Surviving are her daughter Mrs. Jean Haynes; two sons Parley Huser of Evansville, Harold Huser of Rantoul, Ill.; two sisters, Mrs. Anna McIntyre and Mrs. Carrie Marshall, both of Rockport, Ind.; twelve grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; two step-daughters, Mrs. Otto Scherer of Grandview and Mrs. Virginia Adams of Evansville; and one step-son Doc Harris of Grandview. Services are pending at the Boultinghouse Funeral Home in Rockport.
Monday, September 6, 1971
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Submitted by friends of free genealogy


MRS. EMMA HOOPS
DALE. Feb. 5.—1 Special)—Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Hoops. 68. who died last night, will be held at the M. E. church Sunday afternoon, with burial in the Dale cemetery. Surviving: are three daughters, Mrs. Anna Griffieth. Mrs. Hazel Wright and Miss Beatrice Hoops, all of Dale; a son. Robert, of Evansvllle; a step-daughter, Mrs. Luna Ritchie of near Chrisney, and several grandchildren, among them Miss Geraldine Grlffleth, with whom she lived.
THE EVANSVILLE COURIER—SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1937


FRED J. FUEGER
FRED J. FUEGER, CHRISNEY. May 22.— (Special)— Fred J. Fueger. 52. business man here for 25 years, died at his home at 1 o'clock this morning after a year's Illness.
Mr. Fueger, who operated a hardware store and undertaking establishment, had served both on the town board and school board.
Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon Zion's Evangelical church, with burial in Chrisney cemetery.
Surviving are his wife. Emma; a daughter. Miss Norena Fueger: two sisters. Misses Lucy and Katie Fueger, and three brothers. Carl. Otto and John, all of near Chrisney
Sunday, May 23, 1937
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN


Mrs. Mary Huebschman
Lamar, Ind. -
Mrs. Mary Huebschman, 96, died Sunday at the home of a son Albert.
Surviving besides the son, are another son, Fred, also of Lamar; a daughter, Mrs. Maggie Lottes; a sister, Mrs. Maggie Pruess; nine grandchildren; 11 great grandchildren.
The body will be taken from the Youngblood Funeral Home in Chrisney to home of Albert at noon Monday. Funeral will be at 2 pm Tuesday at St. Peter's United Church of Christ, the Rev. William Jones officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. The body will be taken to the church at noon.
Monday, October 20, 1958
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M. Kell


Mrs. Sarah B. Jones
Died. at her late home on South Chouteau avenue in this city on Saturday. Feb. 10. 1894, Mrs. Sarah B. Jones. wife of our fellow-townsman. L. C. Jones. aged 26 years.
Mrs. Jones was born April 30, 1807, in Rockport, Spencer county, Ind., and came to Kansas with her parents in 1872. Her maiden name was I Sarah H. Hamilton. She was married on Sunday. March 2.1884. to L C. Jones and together with her busband and family had lived in this city and vicinity continuously ever since. Mrs. Jones was the mother of nix children, four of whom, three girls and a boy, survive her. She was a kind and affectionate mother and a loving wife and earnest helpmeet.
Funeral services were held on Saturday, Feb. 10, 1894, at 4 o'clock p. in. at the residence. conducted by Rev. M. K. Bramhall of the M. E. church, after which the remains' were followed to their last resting place in the city cemetery by the sorrowing relatives and a large concourse of sympathizing friends of the deceased.
Mr. Jones and his children have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire community in this their greatest bereavement. but it is to be hoped they may so live that they will pun the departed wife and mother in the life to come. "He doeth all things well
Baxter Springs News., February 17, 1894, Baxter Springs, Kan.
Transcribed by J.M. Kell


Giffort L. Kincaid Richland Jan 29, -(Special)-
Giffort L. Kincaid, 62, of Richland, died today at Baptist Hospital in Evansville.
He had operated a milling business here for 40 years and retired in 1949.
Surviving are the wife, Elizabeth; a son, J. W., Rockport; a daughter, Mrs. W.C. Schulte, Evansville; a twin brother, Clifford, Richland; another brother, Allen, Richland; a sister, Mrs. F.C. Ferguson, Richland, and two grandchildren.
Funeral Services will be at 2 pm Sunday at the Richland Methodist Church, with Rev. R. S. Buchannan officiating. Burial will be in Hackleman Cemetery. The body will be taken from the Boultinghouse Funeral Home to the residence at noon Saturday.
Saturday, January 30, 1954
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M. Kell


Willis B. Kincaid
Rockport
Funeral services for Willis B. Kincaid, 87, who died Friday at Kentucky Convalescant Home at Owensboro Ky., after a long illiness, will be today at Boultinghouse Funeral Home.
Surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Lottie Mae Kincaid of Rockport.
Sunday, May 20, 1962
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M. Kell


MRS ELLA LEACH
Mrs. Ella Gertrude (B r o w n) Leach, 66, a former Evansville resident, died at 11:45 p.m. Wednesday at Stork Memorial Hospital at Huntingburg, after a long illness. She entered the hospital Wednesday night from her home near Dale, Ind.
A resident of Evansville for about 20 years, she moved to Dale nine years ago. She was reared in Warrick County. Her husband, Charles E., retired from Servel, Inc., in 1958 after 35 years with the firm. They had been married 49 years in November.
She was a member of Log Creek General Baptist Church in Pike County, Ind.
Surviving with her husband are six sons, Clarence of Madeira. 0.; Woodrow, Glenn D., and James E., all of Evansville; Prentice E. Sr. of Lynnville, and Charles E. of Chandler, a daughter, Mrs. Frieda Harrelson of Evansville; a brother, William H. Brown of Evansville; two sisters, Mrs. Cora Pollard of Lynnville, and Mrs. Mattie Johnson of Dale; 20 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Friends may call at Pemberton Funeral Home at Lynnville. Services will be at 1;30 pm Saturday at the funeral home. The Rev. Ollie Forston will officiate. Burial will be in Sunset Gardens here.
Friday, March 9, 1962
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M. Kell


Mrs. Edith Leaf
Hatfield, May 12 - (Special)
Mrs. Edith Leaf, 47, wife of Herman Leaf died Wednesday night in Deaconess Hospital at Evansville.
She taught school for 26 years, mostly in Luce township, and was a Sunday School teacher in the Hatfield Methodist Church. She was a member of Eureka lodge O.E.S.
Also surviving are her Parents, Mr. and Mrs. William B. Richardson and a brother William F. Richardson, all of Luce township, and a sister, Miss Dora Richardson, Evansville.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m.Saturday in the Hatfield Methodist Church with burial in Hatfield cemetery.
Friday, May 13, 1955
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M.Kell


TOM LUSK
Rockport, Ind. - Tom Lusk, 75, died Saturday at his home west of here.
He is survived by his wife Luia; daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Winkler and Mrs. Elsie Fay of Rockport and Mrs. Margaret Elliott of Evansville; four grand-children and one great grand-child.
Monday, September 1, 1958
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M. Kell



WILLIAM T. MASON, PROMINENT CITIZEN OF ROCKPORT.
William Thomas Mason was one of six children born to Christopher Jackson and Ellen Morgan Mason. He was born September 20th 1842, in Grass Township in this county on a farm then owned by his father. When but a lad his father's family moved to Luce Township where the deceased grew to manhood.
On July 9th 1861, when but 18 years of age, possessing a fine physique inspired with a lofty patriotism he answered the call of his country and enlisted in co. E., 25th Indiana Regiment under Capt. William Jones and was mustered in on August 19th, 1861, as Sergeant of his company. He rose by rapid advancement until on July 8th 1862, he was made a 1st Lieutenant of his company. He was engaged in some of the Civil War's hardest battles, among them being Fort Donaldson and Shiloh. He was severely wounded at the Battle of Hatchie River, having his right shoulder shot away by a cannon ball. From this would he suffered during his entire life. On account of this wound he was mustered out of the service and given an honorable discharge January 12th, 1863.
After the war was over his health had so improved that he was able to complete his education, which he did at Indiana University. He then returned to Rockport and entered upon his successful business career. January 30th, 1870, he was united in marriage with Miss Julia A. Dunigan, who is remembered as one of the city's most lovable characters, and with whom he lived in mutual devotion and love until her death February 6th, 1907. To this union were born two children; one son, Grant Jackson, who passed away at the age of 23 years and at the beginning of what promised to be a useful and prosperous business life; one daughter, Mrs. Maude Lang, who with her husband, Dr. Shirley C. Lang, and their two charming daughters, are left of his immediate family to mourn the loss of father and grandfather.
After the death of Mrs. Mason, Dr. and Mrs. Lang moved into the Mason home on Third Street in this city and continued to live with the father until death, enjoying and sharing in his cheerful and always bright companionship during health, and caring for him with most beautiful filial devotion during his sickness. On the evening of February 11th, 1920, after an enjoyable day with his family he was suddenly stricken with cerebral hemorrhage, from which he suffered until his end came at 8:30 o'clock p.m., November 22nd, 1921, at the advanced age of 79 years, 2 months and three days. The funeral will be held at the family residence on Third Street, Friday at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Interment will be in Sunset Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Mason was an honored and devoted member of the G.A.R. This was one of his chief delights. Coupled with love of home and family was his love for his country. Descended from an ancestry on both sides of his parents family who had fought in the war of American Independence, he was justly proud of his own record in that he was not unfaithful to the legacy of patriotic devotion they had left him but had offered his all in defending and perpetuating the freedom which they had so hardly won. Mr. Mason's business Life was devoted somewhat to his farming interest, but principally to the banking business in this city. He founded the Old Rockport Bank and was its cashler for 35 years. By his conservative business policies and natural aptitude to the banking business he succeeded in making this bank one of the strongest institutions of its kind in Southern Indiana.
Mr. Mason was strongly attached to his home, his family, his town and his country. He was especially interested in Sunset Hill Cemetery, to which he voted much of his attention and means; and to him is due much of the credit or the elegance and beauty of the spot where his body will lie in perfect pose until the Master of all shall call it to eternal life.
The funeral will be conducted by Rev. R.R. Bryan, of Calumet, Mich., former pastor of Rockport circuit M.E. Church.
(This was printed in the Rockport paper, November 25, 1921)
Transcribed by J.M.Kell


Joseph Miller
ROCKPORT --
Joseph Miller, 73, of Rockport, died at 7 a.m. Saturday at Daviess County Hospital, Owensboro, Ky.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Boultinghouse Funeral Home, Rockport, with the Rev. James Heady officiating.
Newspaper: Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville IN Date: March 17, 1957
Submitted by Kathyrn Todd



CHARLES W. MYERS
Rockport dec. 24 - (Special)-
The funeral of Charles William Myers, 60, prominent farmer of Spencer County, who died suddenly of acute indigestion at 1 o'clock this morning, will be held Wednesday afternoon at the Shiloh M. E. church with burial in the church cemetery.
Surviving are the widow, Martha, two sons, John W. and Charles Edgar; four daughters, Hazel, Mrs Pearl Nichols, Mrs Addison Lillpop, and Mrs Ruth Lampkins all residing near this city.
Tuesday, December 25, 1928
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M. Kell



Mrs. Lucille Orr
Mrs. Lucille Pearl Orr, 80, of Rockport died at 11 pm. Sunday at the Medco Center in Owensboro, KY.
Surviving are two sons, Lester Orr of Louisville Ky., and Wallace Jeffers Orr of Morristown Tenn.;
and five grandchildren.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Boultinghouse Funeral Home, with burial in Sunset Hills Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home.
Tuesday, January 1, 1974
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M. Kell



MRS. LOUANA QUICK
Mrs. Louana Quick, 84, died at 12:30 a.m. Sunday in Deaconess Hospital. She lived at 2317 VanBibber Avenue. Mrs. Quick was a native of Spencer county, Ind. and had lived in Evansville most of her life.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Louanna Ransom and Mrs. Theodore Rousch of Evansville; six sons, Frank, Marshall, Roy, Harvey, and Charles, all of Evansville, and William of Boonville, lInd; a brother, Arthur Lott of indianapolis: 30 grandchildren, and 36 great-grandchildren.
Friends may call after 10 a.m.
Monday at Boone Funeral Home.
Monday, August 17, 1964
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN


Mrs. M. A. Reavis.
Another of Butler MO's old residents, Mrs. Mary Ann Reavis, passed away at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Maddox, on South Havana street, this city. Sunday evening. She was born August 23, 1840, in Spencer County Indiana, and had for many years been a resident of this city.
Besides her husband, J. C. Reavis, she is survived by three sons and three daughters. They are N. E. Faulkner. Kansas City; Mrs. F. E. McCurdy. of this city; Mrs. G. H. Bartley, Oronogo; this state; Mrs. C. W. Maddox; at whose home she died: 0. D. Reavis. Omaha, Nebraska; and Mrs. W. N. Clemmons, Kansas City.
She was a woman of a quiet, retiring disposition, finding her chief enjoyment in her children and while she did not mingle greatly in the affairs of the outside world her death will he sincerely regretted by those who had been admitted to her friendship. The funeral services were conducted by Rev. S. B. Moore, of the Christian church, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Maddox. Tuesday morning and the body taken to Warrensburg for burial.
The Butler MO Weekly Times and the Bates County Record., September 25, 1919
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Mrs. Matilda M. Reinke


Santa Claus, March 21 -(Special)-
Mrs. Matilda M. Reinke, 76, died at 5 am Sunday in Stork Memorial Hospital, Huntingburg, after a short illiness.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Hilda Hanning, Dale, Miss Clara Reinke, Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs Birice Campbell, Middletown; four sons, Oscar, Dale, Willis,Walter, and Elbert all of Santa Claus, a sister, Mrs. Josephine Boschtahler, London Ohio, and eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 2 pm Tuesday in Santa Claus Camp Ground Methodist Church. The Rev. Victor Link will officiate. Burial in the Camp Ground cemetery.
Monday, March 22, 1954
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Page: 2
Transcribed by J.M.Kell

Arthur Roberts
GRANDVIEW, Ind. — Arthur S. Roberts, 81, died at 6 a.m. Tuesday at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Marion, Ill.
A World War II Army veteran, the retired carpenter was a member of Grandview United Methodist Church and Chrisney Veterans of Foreign Wars and was a charter member of Grandview Conservation Club.
Surviving are his wife, Willmoth; three sons, Don and Jim, both of Tell City, and Marion of Grandview; a sister, Lorine Quirey of Evansville; three brothers, Russell of Evansville, Lawrence of Grandview and Harold of Indianapolis; four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Boultinghouse Funeral Home in Rockport, with burial in Grandview Cemetery. Friends may call after 1 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Wednesday, March 7, 1990
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M.Kell


Milliard Sherell
Rockport, Ind., July 22.
Dies of his injuries
Milliard Sherell a prominent young man of Grandview, Ind. died this morning from wounds received in a fight a week ago with a young man by the name of Machett.
They were both driving and the trouble started as the result of an collision. After blows had been exchanged Machett drew a knife and slashed Sherell several times across the chest and abdomen, Inflicting wounds which caused his death.
Tuesday, July 23, 1907
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M.Kell


JAMES L. SIBREL
CHRISNEY, Feb. 5.— (Special)— Funeral services for James L. Sibrel, 50, former resident here who died in Monte Vista, Colo., Sunday, will be held at the M. E. church here tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Mr. Sibrel was a hardware merchant in Monte Vista.
Surviving are his wife, Grace; mother, Mrs. Laura Sibrel of Chrisney; three brothers, Jason and Albert of Chrisney and Wilbur of Rockford, HI, and two sisters. Mrs-. Cleta Wall of Chrisney and Miss Otis Sibrel of, Indianapolis.
THE EVANSVILLE COURIER—SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1937

Christopher Tharp
GENTRYVILLE Ind_ — Christopher "Nick" Tharp, 76, died at 2:38 p.m_ Monday at St Joseph's Hospital in Huntingburg.
He was a veteran of World War II and a member of New Hope Baptist Church in Newtonville. He was a retired baker.
Surviving are his wife, Ethel; three daughters, Debra Sterling of Dale, Tammy Jo Tharp at home, and Carol Harris of San Diego; two sons, Donald of Indianapolis and Christopher Lee at home; a stepson, David Wedding of Evansville; a sister, Myrtle Fay Harrison of Rockport, 10 grandchildren and one greatgrandchild.
Arrangements are pending at Boultinghouse Funeral Home in Rockport.
Tuesday, June 28, 1988
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M.Kell


WILLIAM WILKINSON
ROCKPORT, Ind. — William Ernest Wilkinson. 79, of Rockport died at 11:40 a.m. Monday at his home.
Surviving are his wife. Ola; two sons, Frank of Richland, Ind, and James of Chicago; two daughters, Mrs. Carl Jones of Eureka, Ind., and Mrs. Frances Ballow of Chandler. Ind,; four brothers, Edward and Howard both of Rockport Ind., and Robert and Otto both of Eureka: three half-brothers. Rexall Dooley of Rockport Ind., and Henry Dooley and Clarence Dooley both of Chicago: 13 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren: and a great-great-grandchild.
Services will be at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at Boultinghouse Funeral Home, with burial in Hatfield Cemetery in Hatfield, Ind. Friends may call after 6 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home.
Tuesday, January 1, 1974
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M.Kell



Cheryl Faye Williams
Rockport April 6 -(Special)
Cheryl Faye Williams, six week old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Williams died Thursday morning at the home west of Rockport.
Also surviving are three brothers, Larry, Wayne and Jerry; a sister, Linda, and grandparents, Mrs. Lena Williams of Hatfield and Mrs. Ban Moore of Rockport.
The body is at the Boultinghouse funeral home. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at Bethel Tabernacle. Rev. Glen Dyhouse officiating. Burial in Sunset Hill Cemetery.
Friday, April 7, 1950
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M.Kell

John Young
Rockport, Ind., July 22.
Pioneer Citizen Dead
John Young, one of the pioneer citizens of this place died at his home here this morning. He was 76 years of age and had lived sixty-five years at this place, coming here from Kentucky when a small boy. He enlisted in the First Indiana Calvary when the war broke out and served throughout the war with honor.
Tuesday, July 23, 1907
Evansville Courier and Press, Evansville, IN
Transcribed by J.M.Kell