BOLL, Reba Alta (Coy)

Reba Alta Coy Boll

Date of birth: 23 May 1892, Bartholomew County, Indiana

Date of death: 22 January 1988, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana

Source: Franklin Daily Journal, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, January 25, 1988

Formerly of Edinburgh
Reba A. Boll
Franklin
      Reba A. Boll, 95, died 
Friday at the United Methodist 
Home, Franklin, where she had 
lived since 1983.
      Born May 23, 1892, in 
Bartholomew County, she was 
the daughter of Samuel Wash-
ington and Emma Elizabeth 
(Barnhill) Coy.  She attended 
Bartholomew County schools.
      Her husband, Max A. Boll, 
died Nov. 1, 1955.  They were 
married June 6, 1934, at Kansas 
Methodist Church in what is now 
Camp Atterbury.
      A homemaker, she was a 
member of Honey Creek United 
Methodist Church, the church's 
Ladies Aid and the Columbus 
Home Economics Club.  She also 
was a member for more than 50 
years of the Order 
of the Eastern Star, Edinburgh 
Chapter 478.
      The Revs. C. V. McMillan 
and Byron Johnson will officiate 
at the 1 p.m. service Tuesday 
at Vandivier-Tudor Funeral Home, 
Franklin, where friends may 
visit anytime today.  Burial 
will be at Rest Haven Ceme-
tery, Edinburgh.
      Mrs. Boll is survived 
by a niece, Louise Angle of 
Rushville, and three nephews, 
Wayne Coy of Columbus, Donald 
Coy of Rushville and Delores 
Coy of Akron, Ohio. 
 Three brothers, Ralph Coy, 
Aubrey Coy, and Dallas Coy, 
preceded her in death.

Source: Columbus Republic, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana, January 24, 1988

Former Columbus Resident
REBA A. BOLL
FRANKLIN
      Reba A. Boll, 95, Franklin, 
formerly of Columbus and Edinburgh, 
died at 9 p.m. Friday at the Franklin 
United Methodist Home.
      Funeral service will be 
conducted by the Revs. C.V. 
McMillan and Bryan Johnson at 
1 p.m. Tuesday at the Vandivier-
Tudor Funeral Home in Franklin, 
where calling will be after 3 
p.m. Monday.  Burial will be at 
Rest Haven Cemetery in Edinburgh.
      She was born May 23, 1892, 
in Bartholomew County, to Samuel 
Washington and Emma Elizabeth 
Barnhill Coy.  She married Max A. 
Boll June 6, 1934, in Kansas 
Methodist Church, now part of 
Camp Atterbury.  He preceded her 
in death Nov. 1, 1955.
      Mrs. Boll attended Bartho-
lomew County Schools.  She was 
a member of Honeycreek United 
Methodist Church in Johnson 
County, a home economics club 
in Columbus and was a 50-year 
member of Order of the Eastern 
Star in Edinburgh.
      Survivors include one niece, 
three nephews, and several great 
nieces and nephews.  She is preceded 
in death by three brothers, Ralph 
Coy, Aubrey Coy and Dallas Coy.

Submitted by Mark Wirey

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