FORSYTHE, William Everett

Date of birth: 9 July 1891 Howard, Elk County, Kansas
Date of death: 14 November 1960 Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana

SOURCE: Franklin Evening Star, 14 November 1960

Evert [sic] Forsythe Dies At Hospital
      Evert [sic] Forsythe, Franklin furniture maker, died at 4:10 o'clock Monday
morning in the Johnson County Memorial Hospital following an illness of
two weeks.
      Funeral services have been planned for Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock
and will be in the Vandivier Funeral Home, 941 North Main Street.  Burial
will be made in Greenlawn Cemetery.
      Friends may call at the funeral home any time after noon Tuesday and until
time for the services, which they are invited to attend. 
Native of Kansas
      Mr. Forsythe was the son of the late William and Mary Elizabeth Smyser
Forsythe and was born at Howard, Kans., on July 9, 1891.  He was educated
in the Howard schools.
      In 1916, he moved to Franklin and on April 14, 1917, he and Ethel Price
were married in Franklin.
      His entire life, Mr. Forsythe had been a wood worker and specialized in
children's furniture.
      He was a member of the Christian Church in Howard.
      Those who survive are the widow, a daughter, Mrs. Pershing Quick, of
Franklin; five grandchildren; a brother, Dan Forsythe, of Franklin; and a
sister, Mrs. Dan Platz, of Wichita, Kans.
Submitted by Mark E. Wirey