TITSWORTH, Cecile E. (Coy)

Date of birth: 7 Jun 1911 Brown County, Indiana

Date of death: 13 Jul 1966 Edinburg, Johnson County, Indiana

Source: Edinburg Daily Courier, Edinburg, Johnson County, Indiana, July 14, 1966

Mrs. Cecile Coy Dies At Her Home EDINBURG -- Mrs. Cecily Coy, 55, died at 8 p.m. Wednesday in her home at 901 S. Wal- nut St., after a five-year illness. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Mutz Funeral Home in Edinburg. The Rev. Ray Bozell will officiate. Burial will be in Rest Haven cemetery. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Coy was born in Brown County, June 7, 1911, the daughter of James and Maude Coy. Survivors include three children, Mrs. Marilyn Garrett, of Edinburg, Edward Titsworth of Franklin and Mrs. Polly Wise of Texas; three sisters, Mrs. Hazel Brown of Franklin, Mrs. Freida Bills of Edinburg, and Mrs. Elvina Richards of R.R. 5 Nineveh; three brothers, Norman Coy and Sylvester Coy, both of Edinburg, and Raymond Coy of Stones Crossing; and 10 grandchildren.

Source: Franklin Daily Journal, Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana, July 14, 1966

Mrs. Cecile Coy, dies Wednesday at her residence
      EDINBURG  Mrs. Cecile Coy, 55, 
died at 8 p.m. Wednesday evening at her 
home, 901 S. Walnut, Edinburg, after a 
five-year illness.
      Funeral services will be Saturday at 
10 a.m. at the Mutz Funeral Home, with the 
Rev. Ray Bozell officiating.  Burial will be 
at Rest Haven Cemetery and friends may 
call after 2 p.m. Friday.
      Mrs. Coy was born June 7, 1911, at 
Brown county, the daughter of James and 
Maude Coy.  She is survived by three 
children, Mrs. Marilyn Garrett, Edinburg; 
Edward Titsworth, Franklin, and Mrs. 
Polly Wise, Texas.
      Also surviving are three sisters, 
Hazel Brown, Franklin; Frieda Bills, 
Edinburg; and Alvina Richards, Nashville; t
hree brothers, Norman, Edinburg, 
Raymond, Stones Crossing; and Sylvester, 
Edinburg.  Ten grandchildren also survive.

Source: Columbus Herald, Columbus, Bartholomew, Indiana, July 15, 1966

Mrs. Cecile Coy Dies at Edinburg
      EDINBURG  --  Mrs. Cecile Coy, 55, 
died at 8 p.m. Wednesday at her home, 
901 South Walnut Street.  She had been ill 
the last five years and dismissed from the 
Bartholomew County Hospital earlier 
Wednesday.
      Born in Brown County June 7, 1911, 
she was the daughter of James and Maude 
Coy.
      Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Marilyn 
Garrett of Edinburg and Mrs. Polly Wise of 
Texas; a son, Edward Titsworth of Franklin; 
three sisters, Mrs. Hazel Brown of Franklin, 
Mrs. Freida Bills of Edinburg and Mrs. Alvina 
Richards of Nashville route 5; three brothers, 
Norman and Sylvester Coy, both of Edinburg, 
and Raymond Coy of Stones Crossing and ten 
grandchildren.
      Funeral services will be conducted at 10 
a.m. Saturday at Mutz Funeral Home by the 
Rev. Ray Bozell.  Burial will be at Rest 
Haven Cemetery.

Source: Brown County Democrat, Nashville, Brown County, Indiana July 21, 1966

MRS. CECILE COY
      Mrs. Cecile Coy, 55, died Wednesday, 
July 13, at her home, 901 South Walnut 
street, Edinburg.  She had been ill the last 
five years and dismissed from the Barthol-
omew county hospital earlier Wednesday.
      Born in Brown County June 7, 1911, 
she was the daughter of James and Maude 
Coy.
      Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. 
Marilyn Garrett of Edinburg and Mrs. Polly 
Wise of Texas; a son, Edward Titsworth of 
Franklin; three sisters, Mrs. Hazel Brown 
of Franklin, Mrs. Freida Bills of Edinburg 
and Mrs. Alvina Richards of Nashville route 
5; three brothers, Norman and Sylvester 
Coy, both of Edinburg, and Raymond Coy of 
Stones Crossing and ten grandchildren.
      Funeral services were conducted Satur-
day at Mutz funeral home by the Rev. Ray 
Bozell.  Burial was in Rest Haven cemetery.

Submitted by Mark Wirey

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