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PAUL INGRAM WILLIAMSPORT, IND- Paul Harrison Ingram, 65, of 6 Stump, died at 10:20 p.m. Saturday (Jan 7, 1967) at his home in Williamsport. He had been ill six years. Born Aug 12, 1901, in Newport, he was the son of Charles G and Ellen Griffin Ingram. He ws married Jan 21, 1927, in Covington, to Esther Janette Payton, who survives. They resided in Vermillion County until moving to Williamsport in 1941. He had been employed at the Fowler House at Purdue University, retiring in 1959. Prior to that, he was employed at the General Motors Plant in Danville. He served in the Coast Guard during World War 1 and was a member of the Baptist Chapel in Williamsport. He was a past master of the Masonic Lodge 38, a member of the Rocky Dale chapter Order of Eastern Star, Lafayette Commandry, Royal Arch Masons Chapter 3, Tippecanoe Council 69 and Murat Shrine. Survivors include two sons, Roger of Attica Route 2 and Archie of Lafayette: a daughter Mrs Shirley Moore of Lafayette: a sister, Mrs Ben Price of Battle Creek, Mich.; a half brother, Fred of Atalissa, Iowa, and six grandchildren. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the DeSutter Funeral Home in Attica. The Rev. Robert Walters will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Cemtery. The body is at the funeral home. Friends will be received after 6 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. The family has requested that memorials be in the form of donations to the Masonic Children's Home in Franklin, Ind.Carolyn Schwab
The Daily Clintonian Monday, July 29, 1935, p1
Mrs. EUNICE McDOWELL ISAACS, 45, a native of Helt Township, died at her home in Yeddo, Sunday at 1:30 p.m., after several days serious illness.
Mrs. Isaacs was the daughter of Charles and Eliza Wells McDowell and was born near Bono. She is survived by 4 sons, Marion, Oliver, and J.L. Isaacs of Yeddo and Robert in the West; 3 brothers, Bert McDowell of Dana; Claude of Hillsdale; and Clarence of Newton, IL; and 3 sisters, Mrs. Marie Weaver of Hillsdale and Mrs. Bertha Foltz and Miss Mamie McDowell of west of Clinton.
Definite funeral arrangements have not been made. If the
in the West does not return, it will probably be held Tuesday with
brief services at Bono and burial there.
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