Kirby Fitzgerrels of Ina, 58 year old bachelor, was found dead
in a barn about a mile south of Ina yesterday afternoon where he
had gone to tend stock. A coroner's inquiry this morning found
death was due to heart failure.
Funeral services will be held at the Ina Baptist Church at 2 p.m.
Sunday conducted by Rev. J. R. McDUFFEY of Ewing and burial will
be in Kirk Cemetery north of Ina.
Mr. FITZJERRELLS was born and reared near Ina. He was the son of
the late Hiram and Sarah FITZGERRELLS and survived by three brothers.
They are AUSTIN, of Ina; Roy, of Kankakee; and Evans of Jacksonville.
For many years Mr. Fitzgerrells was employed as a laborer on a C&EI
section gang. He had been complaining of ill health for some time.
His body was discovered by L. M. DARE, Irvin PICKETT and Oral JONES.
Source: Mt. Vernon, IL Register News
Date: Saturday, October 20, 1945
Submitted by: Mary Zinzilieta