FERRELL, Gladys Marie (Coy Rairdon)

Date of birth: 7 Jun 1904 Bartholomew County, Indiana

Date of death: 15 Oct 1986 Edinburgh, Johnson County, Indiana

Source: Columbus Republic, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana, October 16, 1986

Charles M. Ferrell's widow
Gladys M. Ferrell
Edinburgh
EDINBURGH - Gladys M. Ferrell, 82, 
of Edinburgh, widow of Charles M. 
Ferrell, died Wednesday at Faith 
Nursing Home.
      She was a member of Old Union 
Church of Christ south of Edinburgh.
      Funeral service will be conduc-
ted at 2 p.m. Friday at Eskew-Eaton 
Funeral Home, where calling hours will 
be from 4 to 9 p.m. today and from 
10 a.m. until service time Friday.  
Burial will be at Rest Haven 
Cemetery.
      Mrs. Ferrell was born June 7, 
1904, in Bartholomew County, the 
daughter of William A. and Ida May 
Wray Coy.  She was preceded in death 
by her husband, Charles M. Ferrell, 
to whom she was married July 10, 
1961. 
      Survivors include two sons, 
Dale W. Rairdon of Morgantown and 
Charles E. Rairdon of Franklin; 
three daughters, Mildred L. Trisler 
of Morgantown, Doris Jean Pike of 
Edinburgh and Betty M. Smithey of 
Greenwood and 28 grandchildren.

Source: Franklin Daily Journal, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, October 16, 1986

Church of Christ member
Gladys M. Ferrell
Edinburgh
      Gladys M. Ferrell, 82, Edinburgh, died 
Wednesday night at Faith Nursing Home in 
Edinburgh.
      She was born June 7, 1904, in 
Bartholomew County, to William A. and 
Ida May (Wray) Coy.  She married Charles 
M. Ferrell in 1961, and he preceded her 
in death.
      A homemaker, she was a member of 
Old Union Church of Christ. 
      A service will be at 2 p.m. Friday 
at Eskew-Eaton Funeral Home in Edinburgh, 
with the Rev. Robert D. Trueblood offici-
ating.  Friends may call at the funeral 
home from 4 to 9 p.m. today and from 10 
a.m. until the service Friday.  Burial 
will be at Rest Haven Cemetery, Edinburgh.
      Surviving are two sons, Dale W. 
Rairdon, Morgantown, and Charles E. Rairdon, 
Franklin; three daughters, Mildred L. 
Trisler of Morgantown, Betty M. Smithey 
of Greenwood and Doris Jean Pike of Edin-
burgh and 28 grandchildren.
      A son, Edward Milo Rairdon, also 
preceded her in death. 

Submitted by Mark Wirey

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