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Obituaries - TCindy Taylor-Matuse
Newport Hoosier State, Wednesday, October 12, 1881
Charles Taylor, of Dana, this county, departed this life on Saturday night at half past 8 o'clock, October 8, 1881, aged 26 years. He was united in marriage 3 years ago to Miss Mary Matthews of Arcola, IL. In his death, she loses an affectionate and loving husband, his mother a dutiful son, his brothers and sisters a kind brother. His death has cast a gloom over our village that cannot be removed only by time. Charley was congenial, kind, and warm hearted, and his early death is sadly lamented by his relatives and numerous friends. Rev. Griffith preached his funeral at 11 o'clock on last Sabbath. He had conversed with him the evening of his death; he said he was not afraid to die. After the funeral, his remains were followed to the Helt's Prairie Cemetery and gently laid away in the silent city of the dead.
Submitted by: Cindy
A 3 month old child of Sanford Taylor, of Dana, died on
last week, of cholera infantum.
Submitted by: Cindy
TAYLOR, ILO E. - Age 75, passed away Monday, October 23,
1989. Survivors: 3 sons, James W. Taylor of South Carolina, Gerald
(April) Taylor of Georgia, William (Kathy) Taylor of DeMotte; 9
grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; 1 brother William (Madge) Thorne
of Dana, Indiana. Funeral services will be held Thursday, October 26 at
11 a.m. At the Kuiper Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev Thurmon Harris
officiating. Burial Calumet Park Cemetery. Friends may meet with the
family Wednesday from 2-5 p.m. And 7-9 p.m. At the Kuiper Funeral Home,
9039 Kleinman Road (2 blocks south of Ridge Rd.), Highland. Mrs. Taylor
was a member of the First Baptist Church of Griffith.
Submitted by: Cindy
Taylor, 80 Years Old, Is Dead
Submitted by: Cindy Taylor-Matuse
Miss Mary Maloney Taylor was born June 17, 1840 and
departed this life July 30, 1908, being 68 years, 1 month and 13 days
of age. The family group numbered eleven, six brothers and five
sisters. There are now two brothers and two sisters living. Miss Taylor
was born in Vermillion county, spent a good part of her life in the
county, though she lived several years in Eaton, O.. There she nursed
her stepmother through her last sickness, her own mother dying when
Mary was but a babe four months old. She tenderly cared for her father
and nursed him through his last sickness; he died in Dana, Indiana.
Mary was a help and comfort to many in their sickness. She tenderly
cared for Mrs. Emily White in her last days on earth.
Submitted by: Cindy
Newport Hoosier State, Wednesday, May 31, 1899
The beautiful life of Mrs. Missouri Taylor was closed on Wednesday morning, May 24, 1899, at her home in Dana. Mrs. Taylor was born on the farm of her parents, James W. and Sarah E. Andrews, near Toronto, IN, October 22, 1855. Her young life was singularly beautiful. Everybody was a staunch friend of the dear young girl. Arriving at the threshold of young womanhood, she united with the Dana Baptist Church and was a regular in its support. While the health of this good woman would not permit her regular attendance, she always had an encouraging word for her pastor and was ever ready to contribute to the advancement of the interests of the church.
She was united in marriage November 29, 1876 to John M. Taylor. Her marriage vows were held sacred and without hesitancy we say a more devoted couple never lived.
She was fully prepared for the dissolution of all earthly ties, and recognizing the uncertainty of life, she had made with her own hands her burial robe, and Mr. Taylor found since her death, a goodly sum of money which she had saved to defray her funeral expenses and to erect a monument.
The funeral exercises were held at the Baptist Church Friday morning, conducted by Rev. Wright and Rev. Kendall. The house was crowded to its utmost by loving friends as a testimonial of the high esteem in which she was held. Through the downpour of rain, hundreds of friends accompanied the remains to Wesley Chapel where the impressive ritual service of the Rebekahs of St. Bernice, IN, of which Mrs. Taylor was a devoted member, was observed.Cindy Taylor-Matuse
The State, Columbia, SC, Monday, October 9, 1989
Mrs. Virginia Anne Elizabeth Denisiuk Taylor, 49, of 9401 Wilson Blvd,. Lot 367, died Saturday.
Born in Blairsville, Penn., she was a daughter of Thelma Piper Denisiuk Bittner and the late Joseph Denisiuk. She was a former saleswoman and a member of Killian Baptist Church.
Surviving are her husband, James Waldon Taylor; a son James W. Taylor, Jr. of Terre Haute, Ind.; daughters Mrs. Teresa E. Kautz and Mrs. Victoria J. Kisner, both of Terre Haute, and Ms. Cynthia Taylor of Columbia; her mother of Portage, Ind.; brothers, Joseph, Earl and Michael Denisiuk, all of Portage; and sisters (Mrs.) Clara Clark of Union, Mo. (Mrs.) Marlene Spradlin of Hobart, Ind., and Ms. Mary Bittner (Mrs.) Patricia Walker, and Mrs. Deborah Zedov, all of Portage.
Services will be held at 5 p.m. Today at Killian Baptist Church. Talbert-Shives Funeral Home is in charge.
[She was a former resident of Hillsdale and St. Bernice.]Carolyn Schwab
The Terre Haute Star, Tuesday, December 8, 1942, p2
Dana, IN, December 7 -- (Special) -- Funeral services for CARL H. TEMPLE, 85 years old, who died at 1 o'clock Sunday morning at the residence here, will be held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Kersey Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Bono Cemetery.Carolyn Schwab
Newport Hoosier State, Wednesday, September 24, 1890
Dana Notes -- Mrs. CARL TEMPLE, of Chrisman, formerly of Dana, is lying very low, having been confined to her bed for several weeks. Her recovery is doubtful.
Newport Hoosier State, Wednesday, October 1, 1890
Dana Notes -- Mrs. ELLA TEMPLE, of Chrisman, died at 1 o'clock a.m. last Saturday. The funeral service was held in the M.E. Church at this place at 1 o'clock p.m. Sunday, after which the remains were conveyed to their resting place in Bono Cemetery.Carolyn Schwab
Newport Hoosier State, Wednesday, January 2, 1895, pg.3
Home News -- Miss ELVA TEMPLE died Friday, aged 38. She had been a faithful member of the M.E. Church for years. She was also a member of the WCTU and the IOGT. The funeral service was Sunday morning at the M.E. Church by Rev. Campbell, after which the remains were taken to the Bono Cemetery for interment. The WCTU attended the services at the church in a body, and at the opening of the exercises, covered the casket with beautiful flowers. Miss Temple was held in the very highest esteem by all that knew her. Everybody was her friend, and she was a friend to everyone. The bereaved have the sympathy of all.
Obituary -- A beautiful and devoted life closed in Dana, IN, at 4:20 p.m., December 28, 1894. It was that of ELVA TEMPLE. She was known and loved by hundreds of people. Her earthly life began near Toronto, IN, February 15, 1856. Nearly all her life she has been an intense sufferer, but borne it all with the utmost patience, hiding when possible her own pain and administrating comfort to others. She was kind and generous and a strong supporter of every good interest. For years she was a consistent working member of the M.E. Church. She died in the blessed assurance of the peace of God gladly anticipating her heavenly greeting. The funeral services were held at the M.E. Church, conducted by the pastor. The WCTU was represented by a number of IT's members wearing the white ribbon. The pallbearers were 6 young ladies representing the Good Templars Lodge. Deceased was a member of both orders. The interment was at Bono. A multitude mingled their tears with those of the bereaved family.Carolyn Schwab
Newport Hoosier State, Wednesday, July 29, 1896, pg.3
HELEN TEMPLE, 2 year old daughter of Mrs. Mary Temple, who resides near Center, Helt Township, died last Thursday and was buried in the Helt's Prairie Cemetery. Short funeral services were held in the Church at Center. Cindy Taylor-Matuse
Dana, Indiana, March 7, 1912
Aged Lady Dead
Mrs. Mary H. Temple died Tuesday, just after noon at the home of her daughter (Mrs.) William Fitzgerald, in Dana, at the age of 81 years, 7 months, and 24 days.
Mary Helen Derthick was the daughter of Otis and Mary Derthick and was born in Dunkirk, New York, July 12, 1830. She came with her parents when twelve years of age by way of St. Lawrence river and the great lakes to Chicago, and the family located at Belvidere, not far from Chicago, where they lived for three years, then moving to what was later known as the old Midway neighborhood, southeast of Bono.
One of the vivid recollections of her childhood was the trip from New York to Illinois, when their vessel, the old fashioned sailing vessel of those days was wrecked by a storm on Lake Erie, where they lay for nearly three weeks waiting to be picked up and carried to their destination.
She was a member of the Baptist Church and was the last of the thirteen orignal members of Hiddle's Prarie Baptist Church, organized at Bono, many years ago, and moved her membership to Dana, when that church was organized. She was faithful to her church and kept up her work and her interest so long as able to attend, and was a member of the Baptist Mission Circle at the time of her death.
She was married to George H. Temple, Feb. 2, 1854, and to this union eight children were born, four boys and four girls; one boy and one girl dying in infancy; one son, Nelson, and daughter, Elva, dying within a year of each other in 1894 and 1895. The husband dying in 1891. One son and three daughters are still living - Carl H. (Mrs.) Addie Hays (Mrs.) George Elder, and Mrs. Anna Fitzgerald.
The Temple family have lived near or in Dana, since their marriage. They went to housekeeping immediately after marriage on the Temple farm, and about twenty-two years ago moved to town and built the house where Mrs. Temple died.
Her last illness began August 9th, last year and after a two weeks illness was able to sit up but was never able to walk. She was again taken down on Christmas day and after that time was never able to leave her bed. She was carefully looked after during her illness by her daughters and son assisted by the neighbors and many loving friends -- for all loved her.
Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at one o'clock from the late home, conducted by Rev. Kendall, her former pastor, and burial will follow at Bono cemetery where her body will be laid to rest, beside her husband and daughter.Carolyn Schwab
Newport Hoosier State, Wednesday, May 15, 1895, p3
Dana -- NELSON TEMPLE died Saturday afternoon. The funeral Monday at Center Church. Services by Rev. Harper. He was buried at Helt's Prairie Cemetery. No further particulars at this writing.
Death of NELSON TEMPLE
Daily Clintonian, February 11, 1974
FRANK THOMAS OF CLINTON DIES IN COUNTY HOSPITAL
A retired coal miner, Mr. Thomas was born March 10, 1898, in Clinton to Hayes and Ella Rose Thomas. He was a World War 1 veteran and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 6653, and the Half Century Club of Clinton.
He is survived by his wife, Wilma, two sons, Milton Franklin Thomas and Nelson Thomas both of Clinton, and one grandchild; two half-brothers, Ted Thomas of Phoenix, Ariz., and Orval Thomas of Rockville, two half-sisters (Mrs.) Okie Boles of Crown Point, Ind., and Mrs. Ora Waves of Phoenix.
Funeral services will be conducted at 9:30 a.m. Thursday
at the First Funeral Home with Rev. Victor Koontz officiating. Burial
will be in the Walnut Grove Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 p.m.
THOMAS DIED AT HER HOME IN LYFORD
The funeral services will be held at 1 o'clock, tomorrow afternoon at the residence. Burial will be in Salem cemetery.
Everett, Edgar and Inez Myers have just recovered from attacks of smallpox and were released from quarantine yesterday.Estella Cox
Daily Clintonian, January 12, 1949
RITES HELD TODAY FOR STILLBORN THOMAS INFANT
Daily Clintonian, February 17, 1976
THOMAS OF ROUTE TWO, DIES IN HOSPITAL
He is survived by his wife , Lula, his parents who reside in Rockville; five sons, Gary, Steven, Randall and Kenneth Thomas all of Clinton and Richard A. Thomas of Indianapolis; and two daughters, Miss Trudy Ann Thomas at home, and Mrs. Terri Chilton of Clinton and five grandchildren.
Other relatives include five brothers, William, Mickey Joe, and Larry, all of Rockville; Donald Veedersburg and Robert of Kansas City, Kansas; five sisters (Mrs.) Mary Bosstick of Farmersburg; Mrs. Georgia Lenover (Mrs.) Florence Smith (Mrs.) Jane Kent (Mrs.) Judy Branson, all of Rockville and many nieces and nephews.
Rev. Chester Martin will officiate at funeral services at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the First Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Helt's Prairie Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday from 4 to 9 p.m.Estella Cox
Daily Contonian, March 2, 1945
BURIAL RITES TO BE HELD HERE FOR SAMMY E. THOMAS
Pfc. Thomas, who was 17 years old at the time of his death, was killed in the first invasion of Iwo Jima. He was born on November 1, 1927 in Fairview Park. Survivors include his mother (Mrs.) Della Thomas of Gary; three brothers, Ted Thomas and Pearl Thomas, both of Gary, and Orville of Route 1, Rosedale; four sisters (Mrs.) Lucille Miller of Harrison, O. (Mrs.) Oakie Boles, Alaska (Mrs.) Arvena Warneke and Mrs. Odie Wright, both of Gary. The Honor Guard of the American Legion post 140 will conduct graveside services.Estella Cox
Terre Haute Tribune, May 15, 1943
CLINTON, IND., -- Samuel Hayes Thomas, 68 years old, former resident of Vermillion County, died at his present home in Gary, Ind., Thursday, following a brief illness. He is survived by the wife, Della; five sons, Frank, Clinton, Orville, Coxville, Harry and Pearl, both in the U.S. Army; Samuel at home; four daughters (Mrs.) Ora Wright (Mrs.) Arvena Wornecke and Mrs. Lucille Miller, all of Gary, Ind., and Mrs. Oakie Boles of Crown Point, Ind.; one half-sister (Mrs.) Alice Vales, Terre Haute, and one half-brother, Benjamin Clouse, Terre Haute. The body arrived here Saturday and was taken to the First Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held from there at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon with the Rev. S. S. Turner officiating. Burial will be in the Helt's Prairie Cemetery.Carolyn Schwab
Newport Hoosier State, Wednesday, October 13, 1880
Home News -- WILLIAM THOMAS, a young man of Opedee, aged 24 or 25, died on Sunday last.Estella Cox
Daily Clintonian, November 24, 1994
Wilma Thomas, 72, of Clinton, died at 1:27 p.m. Thursday at Terre Haute Regional Hospital. Born January 15, 1922, in Lovett, she was the daughter of Charles Nelson Harmon and Sarah Isabelle Stodard Harmon. She was a retired seemstress. She was preceded in death by her husband Frank Thomas, on Feb. 11, 1974.
Survivors include two sons, Ed Thomas of Clinton, and Frank M. Thomas of Evansville; a sister, Leona Monday of Valencia, Calif.; a grandson, Michael A. Thomas; two great-grandchildren. Bethany and Trever Thomas, and several nieces and nephews.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at First Funeral Home with Pastor Jerry Elmore officiating. Burial will be in Walnut Grove Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday.Carolyn Schwab
Newport Hoosier State, Wednesday, February 4, 1880
Sudden Death of D.D. THOMPSON
Newport Hoosier State, Thursday, February 26, 1874
Died -- On the 16th instant, at the house of his nephew, SAM GRONDYKE, in Eugene, JOHN THOMPSON, aged 86 years and one week. In the death of this amiable, quiet Christian man, another link connecting the present generation with the past is broken. Born near Newville, Cumberland County, PA, in 1788, he came with his father and family, to Vermillion County in 1821. In 1822 the family settled on the bank of the Big Vermillion, where the deceased spent the remaining 52 years of his life. Two sisters within the last 3 years preceded him in death. All cheered and sustained by the hope of a better life. Two sisters far advanced in age survive him. He was never married.
The submitter/researcher notes the father's name was Ivah Thompson.
Is Laid to Rest
Miss Sylvia A. Thompson, 71, passed away Friday, March 17, 1967, in St. Anthony Hospital at Terre Haute, where she had been a patient the past few weeks.
Miss Thompson had been a shut-in since suffering from crippling arthritis in her early teens. Still, she made many, many, friends through the years as she contaced [sic] people for news items for the Dana News and Clintonion, for which she was reporter for many years.
She also sold greeting cards and novelty gift items. Her handicapped hands were always busy, doing crochet work and tatting when not writing. Her determined spirit and pleasant personality were inspiring to her friends.
Born December 3, 1895, in Indiana, she was the daughter of James and Ella Canady Thompson. The family resided in the Quaker community. Miss Thompson was a member of the Hopewell Friends Church.
Survivors include three nephews: Paul Thompson of Omaha, Neb.; Karl Thompson of Mulberry, Ind.; and, Max Thompson of Indianapolis; and two nieces, Mrs. George (Sylvia) Kelly of Indianapolis and Mrs. Virginia Mullen of Bedford, Ind.
Friends called at the Kersey-Overpeck Funeral Home Sunday afternoon and evening. Services were conducted at 2 p.m. Monday, in the Hopewell Friends Church with the Rev. Helen Hester in charge. Burial was in Hopewell Cemetery.
Tennessee Valley - Obituary - Alice Carrie Houchin,
daughter of Jesse and Elizabeth Houchin, was born August 27, 1856 in
Helt Township, near Tennessee church and lived in this vicinity all her
Newport Hoosier State, Wednesday, March 24, 1880
Terre Haute Tribune, April 22, 1941
Special to the Tribune
Deaths of the Week - Frank P.Thorne died at an Indianapolis hospital April 4, 1924. His funeral was held at the Tennessee church April 7, conducted by Rev. Harry Bell assisted by Rev. Hays, Rev. Holton, and Rev. Morrow. His remains were laid to rest by the side of his wife in the Bono cemetery.
Deceased was born in Shelby county, Kentucky, July 4, 1853. At the age of 11 years he came with his parents to Vermillion county. When a young man he joined the church at Bono and in latter years he moved his membership to the Tennessee Valley Baptist Church. He was married to Alice C. Houchin in 1880, and to this union one son, Lawrence, was born. His wife died July 29, 1922. Frank was afflicted a greater part of his life yet he was a kind good man, always having a smile and a good word for everyone.
Card of Thanks -- We wish to thank the friends and relatives, also the neighbors for their sympathy and help during our bereavement. - L.W. Thorne and familyCindy Taylor-Matuse
Terre Haute Tribune, Thursday, December 12, 1946
Clinton, Ind., Dec 12, - (Special) - Funeral services for Lawrence W. Thorne, 64 years old, who died Wednesday at his farm home in Helt township, will be held at the Tennessee Valley Baptist church at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. Rev. Wayne Jewell will officiate and burial will be in the Bono cemetery. The body was returned to the residence from Frist Funeral Home Thursday afternoon.Newport Hoosier State
Wednesday, August 11, 1886
Submitted by Cindy Taylor-Matuse
Mrs. Julia Thorne, wife of J.J. Thorne of Helt Township, died at 2 o'clock on last Friday afternoon, aged about 60 years. She was a good woman, and had been a member of the Baptist Church for the last 20 years.
She was a daughter of Henry and Elizabeth Watson. She married John J. Thorne, and had the following children: Mary E., Frank P., Lou N. and Hattie E.Newport Hoosier State
Wednesday, March 24, 1880
Submitted by Cindy Taylor-Matuse
Miss Betty Thorne, an estimable young lady of Helt Township, aged 28 years, died on last Thursday night of congestion of the brain. She took ill while at Dana, and started for home, but when she got as far as William F. Bales', she became so deathly sick, that she had to stop and send for a physician. She only lingered 2 days when death released her from all suffering.Cindy Taylor-Matuse
Terre Haute Tribune, February 23, 1971
Clinton, Ind, (Special) - Mrs. Ola Thorne, 90, RR 1, died Tuesday at the Vermillion County Hospital. Survivors include, one son, William; Dana; one daughter (Mrs.) Ilo Taylor, Gary; one brother, C.C. Botner, RR 3, Clinton; five grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Arrangements are pending at the Frist Funeral Home.Cindy Taylor-Matuse
Terre Haute Tribune, December 26, 1992
Dana - William Lawrence Thorne, 75, of Route 1 died at 4:10 a.m. Friday, December 25, 1992, in Vermillion County Hospital. He was a farmer. He was born Feb. 17, 1917, in Indiana to Lawrence Thorne and Ola Botner Thorne. Survivors include his wife, Madge Landis Thorne; one son, Larry of Universal; two grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. He graduated from Hillsdale High School in 1935 and was a 70-year member of Tennessee Valley Church. Services are 1:30 p.m. Sunday in Overpeck Funeral Home, with the Rev. Paul Reed officiating. Burial is in Bono Cemetery. Visitation is 4 to 8 p.m. today.Carolyn Schwab
The Daily Clintonian Monday, February 25, 1952, p1
C.T. TILLOTSON, Former Resident, Dies in Florida
Mr. Tillotson, who was a former resident of Fairview Park, was a well known building contractor during the time he lived in this area. He had made his home in Fort Lauderdale for the past 10 years.
Survivors include the widow, Lula; 2 sons, George H. Tillotson of Newport, and Martin W. Tillotson of Fort Lauderdale.
The body will arrive in Clinton at 8:00 p.m. today and will be taken to the Frist Funeral Home where services will be held at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow.Carolyn Schwab
Newport Hoosier State, Wednesday, August 18, 1880
Helt Township News -- Last Tuesday occurred the death of our esteemed citizen and neighbor, DANIEL G. TILLOTSON, in his 56th year. His remains were interred at the Bono Cemetery, followed by a large concourse of sympathizing relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. McMasters. Mr. TILLOTSON has been a worthy and consistent member of the Baptist Church for many years. Thus we see an affectionate husband, a kind and loving father and brother has fallen. He will be long and sadly missed, but he has left an example for emulation. The entire community sympathizes with the bereaved.
Submitted by: Cindy
Tomey Babe Dies
Submitted by: Karen Zach
Newport Hoosier State, Wednesday, June 16, 1880
Infant of WILLIAM TRIECE
Danville Commercial News, 23 June 1922
Workman, Injured at Palmer Bank Building
Succumbs at St. Elizabeth's.
The body was removed to the undertaking establishment of the J.W. Turner company and prepared for burial, and was taken late Saturday to the home of the deceased, 1207 H Street, Central Park, where he had resided ever since his marriage, 12 years ago.
The funeral will be held at the residence at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon. The interment will be at Springhill Cemetery.
Coroner John D. Cole, who was notified of the death of the death of Trueman held the inquest Saturday afternoon at his office at the court house.
Mr. Trueman was employed for five years by the Big Four railway at Lyons as a car repairman, but on being laid off a year ago, took up the work of a carpenter. He was a member of the carpenter's union.
Leonard Trueman was born in Danville March 17, 1888, and was one of the 12 children born to Henry B. and Mattie Leach Trueman, both of whom are still living. He grew up here and on Feb. 11, 1912, was united in marriage to Miss Tracey Myers of this city. Three children were born of the union. Donald Murtel, aged 5, and Alberta June, aged 4. The third child died in infancy.
The following sisters and brothers survived: Sadie, wife
of Ernest S. Harrington; Mae, wife of Edward Lake; Rachel,w Wife of
Fred Wagner; Grace, wife of Jesse High; Idelle, wife of John Peevler;
Emma, wife of Martin Switzer; and the Misses Helen and Lorena Trueman,
all of this city. Eva, wife of D.W. Mitchel, of Detroit, Mich and Dewey
Trueman of Jasonville, Ind.
Crawfordsville Journal Review March 23, 1971
Cecil Turchi, 67 of Clinton, father of Dr. John Turchi, Crawfordsville dentist, died Monday morning at his home in Clinton after a long illness. Surviving are his wife, Irene, the son and two grandchildren. Services will be conducted at Karnovich Funeral Home in Clinton at 10 a.m. Thursday. Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Tuesday. The family says memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
The Daily Clintonian, June 12, 1982, p8
MARY B. TURCHI, 84, of 530 Cherry, Clinton, died at 9 a.m. today at her residence.
She was born on May 19, 1898, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to Domenic and Anna Pioletti. She moved to Clinton in 1912.
Her husband, Bert, preceded her in death on February 29, 1952.
Survivors include two daughters, Babe Eaton of Clinton
and Barbara Dorfmeyer of Villa Grove, IL; two sons, Ben Turchi of
Clinton and Sheriff Frank Turchi of Newport; 6 grandchildren; 9
great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandson; one sister, Annette
Vercolio of Cedar Park; and two brothers, James Pioletti of Hamett, CA;
and Marion Pioletti of Dearborn Heights, MI. Funeral arrangements are
pending at Karanovich Chapel.
Submitted by: Cindy
Edward Turner, aged 51 years, died at his home on West Sycamore street, Wednesday, Nov. 7, of dropsy. Funeral services were held at the home after which the remains were laid to rest in the Salem cemetery. He leaves a wife and family.Carolyn Schwab
Newport Hoosier State, Wednesday, January 22, 1880
ROBERT TURNER, a young bachelor living four or five
miles south of our town, died last Tuesday. He leaves $4,000 worth of
property to a couple of sisters.
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