NEVILLE, John W.

December 18, 1936
JOHN W. NEVILLE DIES
                    AT GRAMMAR FRIDAY
                             ——
  John W. Neville, age 63, died at his
home near Grammar at 7:30 p. m.
Friday.
  Funeral rites will be held from the
Grammar Presbyterian church at 1:30
p. m. Monday,   interment   Garland
Brook cemetery at Columbus.
  The deceased was born July 24, 1873
in Bartholomew county   the son of
Benjamine Franklin and Mary Ann
Hurst Neville.   He was a farmer in
Nineveh township most of his life and
moved to the   Grammar community
three years ago this March.   He was
a member of the New Bethel church
and the K. of P. Lodge of Nineveh.
  He was married Jan. 24, 1894 to
Maggie Wray who survives him to-
gether with one son Carl B. Neville of
Edinburg; three grandchildren, Ken-
neth, Harold and Ralph Neville of Ed-
inburg; three sisters, Mrs. R. A. Coy, 
Mrs. Albert Dragoo and Mrs. George
Stillabower of Edinburg; one brother,
Ed Neville of Edinburg rural route and
others.


NEVILLE FUNERAL RITES
                    AT GRAMMER TODAY
                             ——
  Funeral rites with Rev. Ray Bozell
officiating were held from the Gram-
mer[sic] Presbyterian church at 1:30 p.
m. today for John W. Neville who
passed away Friday night.
  Burial was made in the   Garland
Brook cemetery at Columbus.
  The deceased who lived near Gram-
mar for a number of years leaves a
number of relatives here.

Transcribed from material in the Genealogy Library Family Files collection of the Johnson County Museum of History, 135 N. Main Street, Franklin, IN 46131


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