HAMBLEN, James Mann

Date of birth: 10 August 1886 Hamblen, Brown County, Indiana
Date of death: 15 December 1977 Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana

Columbus Republic, 15 December 1977

Retired Farmer
J. M. Hamblen
EDINBURGH  --  James M. Hamblen,
91, Nineveh route 1, died at 3 a.m.
today at Johnson County Hospital,
  Hamblen was a retired farmer.
  Funeral service will be conducted
at 2 p.m. Saturday at
Vandivier-Parsley South Edinburgh
Chapel by the Rev. Sam Harrington. 
Burial will be at Rest Haven
Cemetery in Edinburgh.
  Persons may call at the funeral
home after 2 p.m. Friday.
  Hamblen was born Aug. 10, 1886, in
Brown County to Robert and Fannie
Fox Hamblen.  He married Katheryn
Frye in Nashville Nov. 29, 1909 and
she died Monday.  He attended Brown
County schools and was a member of
Brown County Church of God.
  Survivors include three daughters,
Mable Asher of Needham and Edith
Roth and Ruth Shaw, both of
Shelbyville, and three grandchild-
ren and four great-grandchildren.
Columbus Republic, 20 December 1977
James M. Hamblen
EDINBURGH  --  Funeral service for
James M. Hamblen, 91, Nineveh route
1, was conducted Saturday at the
Vandivier-Parsley Funeral Home at
Edinburgh by the Rev. Sam
Harrington.  Burial was at Rest
Haven Cemetery.  Hamblen died
Thursday at Johnson County Memorial
Hospital in Franklin.
  Pallbearers were Leslie Branam,
James Dailey, Sayrl Freeman,
Francis Asher, Lee Cooper and James
Edinburgh Tri-County Enterprise, 21 December 1977
        James M. Hamblen, 91, R.R. 1
NIneveh, died Thursday, Dec. 15 at
Johnson Co. Hospital.  Services
were 2:00 p.m. Saturday at
Vandivier-Parsley, south Edinburgh
Chapel.  Burial was at Rest Haven
Cemetery.  Officiating was Rev. Sam
  Mr. Hamblen was born Aug. 10, 1886
at Brown Co.  His parents were
Robert and Fanny (Fox) Hamblen.  On
Nov. 29, 1909 he married Kathryn
Frye at Nashville.  She preceded
him in death on Dec. 12, 1977.  He
was a member of the Church of God
at Brown Co.
  Surviving are thee daughters, Mrs.
Mabel Asher of Needham and Mrs.
Edith Roth and Mrs. Ruth Shaw, both
of Shelbyville; also 3 grandchildren 
and 4 great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Mark Wirey