William David Coy

Date of birth:	30 Apr 1856  Indiana
Date of death:	1 Feb 1930  Edinburgh

Franklin Evening Star  3 Feb 1930
Suffered Heart Attack Saturday While Visiting Brother at Edinburg

EDINBURG, Feb 3. -- Funeral services will be held from the Youngs Creek
Christian church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock for William David Coy, age 73,
who died suddenly Saturday evening at the home of his brother, James Coy, in
Edinburg.  The services will be conducted by the Rev. Ray Bozzell and will be
followed by burial in the Youngs Creek cemetery.      
  Mr. Coy had gone to the brother's home for a visit and while there suffered a
severe heart attack which resulted in the death at 7:30 o'clock Saturday
evening.  His death came as a great shock to members of the family and to his
many friends throughout the community and county.
  He was born on April 30, 1856, and was the son of William and Sarah Poe Coy,
pioneer residents of Johnson county.  Early in life he united with the Youngs
Creek church and had retained his membership there during the succeeding years
of his life.  He was devoted to his son and grandchildren, his many friends and
his home and was loved and respected by everyone who knew him.
   Surviving his death are a son, Coin Coy, with whom he made his home at the farm
south of Edinburg, a sister, Mrs. William Strohmeier of Franklin, and four
brothers James Coy of Edinburg, and Matthew, Joseph and Johy Coy, all of
Indianapolis.  He is also survived by four grandchildren to who he was devoted.

Franklin Democrat 6 Feb 1930
William D. Coy, age 73, died at the home of his brother, James Coy, in Edinburg,
Saturday night at 7 o'clock.  
  He was the son of William C. Coy and Sarah Poe Coy and was united in marriage
forty three years ago to Olive Dragoo.  Nine children were born to this union,
eight preceding him in death.  For many years he lived in the Young Creek
  He is survived by the son, Coln Coy, south west of Edinburg, four brothers
Matthew, Joseph and John Coy of Indianapolis, and James Coy, of Edinburg; one
sister, Mrs. William Strohmeier, of Franklin.
  He had been making his home with his son, Coln Coy, and had gone to Edinburg,
Thursday, to receive medical treatment.  While there he was taken critically ill
and died Saturday.
  Funeral services in charge of Rev. Ray Bozell were held at the Youngs Creek
Christian church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.  Burial was made in Youngs
Creek cemetery.

Submitted by Mark Wirey

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