Date of birth: 24 Feb 1918 Nineveh, Johnson County, Indiana
Date of death: 4 Sep 1980 Franklin, Johnson, County, Indiana
Edinburgh Tri-County Enterprise, Edinburg, Johnson County, September 10, 1980
JAMES BRICKEY James Brickey, 62, of Nineveh, brother of Mrs. Violet Miner of Edinburgh and Mrs. Gusta Hants of Nineveh which whom he made his home, died Thursday at Johnson County Memorial Hospital. He had been hospitalized only two days but had been in poor health for several years. Services were conducted by the Rev. Eldon Earnest at Vandivier-Tudor Funeral Home in Franklin Saturday afternoon. Burial was at Nineveh Cemetery. Brickey was born Feb. 24, 1918, in Nineveh the son of James R. and Alta B. Walker Brickey. He was a 1937 graduate of Franklin High School, attended Franklin College and was employed in the Dry Cleaning business for 35 years, first in Ft. Wayne and later in Franklin retiring in 1977. The deceased was a member of the Summit City Masonic Lodge 170, Royal Arch Masons 19-KT4 and Council 4 R and S.M. all in Ft. Wayne and Nineveh Christian Church, Nineveh, Eastern Star chapter 466 and the Over 50 club. Surviving with the two sisters are six nieces and nephews, Philip Carter, Joe Carter, Judy Kline, Marilyn Baker, Jimmy Brickey, and Mary Ellen Keith. The parents, two brothers and a sister preceded in death.
Submitted by Mark E. Wirey
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