ABBETT, Ammon H.

Date of birth: 5 Oct 1889 Johnson County, Indiana
Date of death: 19 May 1977 Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana

Columbus Republic, 19 May 1977

Retired Lawyer

Ammon Abbett
Indianapolis

EDINBURG — Ammon H. Abbett, 87, formerly of Indianapolis, died this morning at the Indiana Masonic Home at Franklin after a 2-week illness.

Funeral service will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday at Vandivier-Parsley Funeral Home at Edinburg by the Rev. Walter Howard. Burial will be at Nineveh Cemetery.

Persons may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 p.m. Friday. Masonic services will be conducted at 7:30 p.m. Friday.

Abbett was born Oct. 5, 1889, in Johnson County in the Camp Atterbury area to Thomas and Jane Heady Abbett. A 1909 graduate of Nineveh High School, he was graduated in 1912 from law school at Indianapolis.

A retired lawyer, he had been a member of the Nineveh Masonic Lodge since 1915, was past commander and was a member of the Indianapolis Emerson Legion Post No. 262. He also was an Army veteran of the first world war.

Survivors include a son, Fremont Voges of Perrysburg, Ohio; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.


Edinburgh Tri-County Enterprise, 25 May 1977

SERVICES WERE SATURDAY
FOR AMMON ABBETT

Funeral services were conducted by 
the Rev. Walter Howard at Vandivier-
Parsley Funeral Home in Edinburg for 
Ammon H. Abbett, 87, formerly of 
Indianapolis who died Thursday at 
the Indiana Masonic Home at Franklin 
after a two-week illness.

Mr. Abbett is the uncle of Mildred 
Patterson and Ebert True of Edinburgh.

Burial was at Nineveh Cemetery.  
Masonic services were conducted at
7:30 p.m. Friday at the funeral home.

Abbett was born Oct. 5, 1889, in 
Johnson County in the Camp Atterbury 
area to Thomas and Jane Heady Abbett.  
A 1909 graduate of Nineveh High School, 
he was graduated in 1912 from law 
school at Indianapolis.

A retired lawyer, he had been a member
of the Nineveh Masonic Lodge since 
1915, was past commander and was a 
member of the Indianapolis Emerson 
Legion Post 262.  He also was an Army 
veteran of the first World War.

Surviving are a son, Fremont Voges of 
Perrysburg, Ohio, three grandchildren 
and three great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Mark Wirey