Selected Webster County Obituaries
Surnames Glazebrook to Guess
The Providence Journal-Enterprise
1948 - 1961
Mrs. Mary Catherine GLAZEBROOK, 81, died at her home near Dixon at 4
p.m. Tuesday. Survivors are six grandchildren, Lorene BROWNING,
Evadean, Georgia, and L.D. ROGERS, Huntington, W. Va., Finis Rogers of
Uniontown, and Sammy Lou Rogers of Evansville. Funeral services were
held this morning at 10:30 at Rock Style church, with burial in the
church cemetery. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, October 8,
Ernie GLOVER, 60, of the Mt. Carmel section of Christian county, died at 6:10 p.m. Saturday at his home following a lingering illness. Surviving are the widow, Ofa HALE Glover; four sons, E.G. Glover, jr., and Eston of Hopkinsville, Leon of Chicago, and Billy, at home; a brother, Dessie Glover of Providence; three sisters, Mrs. Barrett NISWONGER of Providence, Mrs. Fred BEABOUT of Wheatcroft, and Mrs. Jean PHELPS of Detroit; and four grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday at Hawkins church in Christian county, with the Rev. L.R. BOTTOMS and the Rev. Claude HALE officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, October 22, 1953.
Paula GLUNT, 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Glunt and granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence BASSETT, of Henderson, formerly of Providence, was killed almost instantly early Tuesday night when she was struck by a truck near her home. Officers reported that the little girl had been sitting on her tricycle directly in front of a parked truck. The driver, Roscoe BROWN, Henderson route 3, was selling melons and said he did not see the child when he started the truck. The child died enroute to the hospital.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, August 3, 1950.
A memorial service for First Lieutenant John E. GOLD, 24, was held Sunday in Victory Baptist church, Providence, and was
conducted by the Rev. E.G. SISK and the Rev. Albert KEMP. Lt. Gold, pilot of a B-24 Liberator, was previously reported
missing in action since Feb. 24, 1944, and it has now been officially established from reports received by the War Department
that he was killed in action near Gotha, Germany, on that date. Lt. Gold enlisted in the Air Corps Sept. 8, 1942 and received
his Silver Wings, second lieutenant's commission, and an expert aerial gunnery medal at Foster Field, Victoria, Tex., on
June 26, 1943. He was married to Miss Patricia HULL of Detroit, Mich., in Las Cruses, N.M., on Aug. 7, 1943. He went
overseas Aug. 29, 1943 and was stationed in England. As second lieutenant he received the Air Medal with two Oak Leaf
clusters after completing 15 bombing missions. He finished approximately 35 complete missions. On Feb. 7, 1944 he was
promoted to first lieutenant and he had completed eight missions with his new crew. Surviving are his wife, Patricia, of
Detroit; father, Joe Gold; mother, Mrs. Joe Gold of Evansville; four sisters, Mrs. J.C. VAUGHN of Providence, Mrs. W.F.
GIBSON, Mrs. S.K. GRAY, and Miss Doris Jean Gold of Evansville; and three brothers, Vernon Gold of Detroit, Darrell Gold
of Glendale, S.C., and Cpl. Neal S. Gold of Washington, D.C. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, October 18, 1945.
Joseph Sanders GOLD, 60, died at 10:50 p.m. on Wednesday of last week in Providence following an illness of several months of a heart ailment. He was a member of Mt. Olive Baptist church. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Carl VAUGHN and Mrs. W.F. GIBSON, of Providence, Mrs. Kelley GRAY, of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Millard TARRY, Benton; three sons, Vernon and Neal Gold, of Detroit, and Darrel Gold, Glendale, S.C.; thirteen grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Denver KELLEY, Providence, and Miss Pearl Gold, Chicago, Ill.; and four brothers, Ed, of Evansville, Jim, Charlie, and Elmer Gold, of Providence. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday at White Oak church, with the Rev. S.R. GILLIAM officiating, assisted by the Rev. Albert KEMP. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, December 15, 1949.
Billy Ray GOOCH, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley B. Gooch, died Tuesday at 8 a.m. at the home on Highway 41 between Providence
and Nebo, following a few days' illness. The child was born Dec. 15, 1937. Survivors are the parents; three sisters, Joe Ann, 9,
Mary Evelyn, 3, and Carolyn Marie, 2 months; and grandparents, Mrs. and Mrs. Marshall CATES and Mrs. J.T. Gooch, near Nebo.
The father who is in the Army has arrived home on leave. Funeral services were to be held at 2 p.m. today in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Cates, with the Rev. O.L. DUNCAN officiating. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, October 25, 1945.
William A. (Peck) GRAHAM, 65, veteran tobacconist, died at 8:30 a.m. Sunday in the home of a brother, Robert Graham, Nebo, following a long illness. Mr. Graham was in the tobacco industry for many years and for the past several years had lived in Providence until he became ill. Survivors besides the brother at Nebo are another brother, Ross Graham, Manitou route 2; and a sister, Mrs. William BATEMAN, Nashville, Tenn. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Monday in Harris Funeral Home, Madisonville, with the Rev. G.W. HUMMEL, pastor of Madisonville First Methodist church, officiating. Burial was in Union cemetery, Nebo.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, June 5, 1947.
Charlie GRANT, 78, retired coal miner, of 910 W. 4th St., died at 1:A.M. Friday at Herrin hospital, where he had been a patient the last three weeks. Funeral services were conducted at the
Free Will Baptist Church, Sunday afternoon by the Rev. Leon McBRIDE,
pastor. Burial was in Fairview cemetery at Dixon, Kentucky. Mr. Grant was
born in Dixon Nov 28, 1882, the son of the late George and Sarah STANLEY
Grant. He had lived in this city for the past 35 years. He was a member of
the Free Will Baptist Church. He leaves his wife, Alpha; a daughter, Mrs.
George MINKS, of Joliet; four grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren;
six sisters, Mrs. Nettie GRISHAM, Henderson, Ky, Mrs. Eula MILTON, Detroit,
Mrs. Artie GRAHAM, Hawthorne, Ca., Mrs. Lonnie WATSON and Mrs. Winnie GIBSON,
Dixon, Ky., Mrs. Elva GARDNER, Providence, Ky.; and two brothers, Frank
Grant, Dixon, Ky., and Martin Grant, Providence, Ky. October 5, 1961, edition
of The Johnston City (IL) Progress.
Compiler's note: I have found Charlie Grant, 28 Nov 1882-29 Sep 1961, buried in Oak Grove Cemetery in Dixon. Altha [sic] L. Grant, 5 Sep 1889-27 Jun 1967 is buried next to Charlie and it is noted they were married 31 Jan 1906. George W. Grant, 15 Feb 1858-1 Dec 1930 and Sarah S. Grant, 25 Sep 1859-18 Apr 1940, are buried in Oak Grove Cemetery as well. This obit was contributed by Margie Garr
who has done books of excerpts from old newspapers, including The Johnston City
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Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grant of Dixon have received word that their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jeanne M. GRANT, 33, died on June 15 in a Schenectady, N.Y. hospital following an extended illness. She was the wife of the late G.W. Grant, who was killed in France during World War II. Surviving are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Egbert L. MARKS, and one brother, Ralph Marks of West Albany, N.Y. Burial was at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 19, in Memory's Gardens near Schenectady.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, July 1, 1954.
Mrs. Lola Nellie GRANT, 47, died at 8 a.m. Monday in her home on Locust street following an illness of two weeks. Mrs. Grant was well known, having been a seamstress for a number of years. Survivors are the husband, Martin Grant; two daughters, Mrs. Marion BROWN, Providence, and Mrs. A.L. McCORMICK, Evansville; one son, Delmar, of Detroit, Mich.; her mother, Mrs. Millard WALKER, Providence; three brothers, Leonard Walker, Detroit, Perry Walker, of Hammond, Ind., and Clarence Walker, of San Jose, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. John KEENEY and Mrs. Lonnie PHILLIPS, Providence, and Mrs. J.E. PARKER, Soquel, Calif.; and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the General Baptist church, with the pastor, the Rev. C.W. DUFFER, officiating. Burial was in Union cemetery, Nebo.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, September 23, 1948.
William Goebel GRANT, 48, former resident of Providence and other sections of Webster county, died Wednesday night in Henderson Hospital of injuries suffered Wednesday morning when he was run over by a tractor. Mr. Grant was working on the Frank STREET farm near Henderson. He was reported to have been riding on the back of the tractor and apparently fell on one of the wheels and was tossed under the machine. Survivors are the wife, Mrs. Virginia Louise Grant; five sons, William W., at home, Curtis, of Dixon, Frank, Marion, and Robert, of Indianapolis, Ind.; sisters, Mrs. Nettie GRISHAM, Henderson, Mrs. Elva GARDNER and Mrs. Eula MELTON, of Detroit, Mrs. Bryan WATSON and Mrs. Winnie GIBSON of Dixon, and Mrs. Artie MUSBACK of California; and brothers, Charles, of Johnson City, Ill., Frank and Joe, of Dixon, and Martin Grant, of Providence. Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. Friday in Little Zion church, with the Rev. OAKLEY officiating, and burial was in the church cemetery.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, December 11, 1947.
Leslie M. GRAVES, 54, of Uniontown died suddenly Thursday night while visiting at the home of his father-in-law, H.G. ALLEN, at Poole. Survivors are the wife, the former Miss Inola Allen; and four sisters, Mrs. W.A. WALLIS, Mrs. George HITE, Mrs. George RANDOLPH, and Mrs. Nannie O'LEARY, all of Uniontown. Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Sunday in Uniontown Baptist church, with the Rev. C.S. BRATCHER of Morganfield officiating. The Griggs-Alvey post, American Legion, Morganfield, was in charge of military services. Mr. Graves was a veteran of World War I. Burial was in Uniontown cemetery.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, July 25, 1946.
Mrs. Arrine GRAY, 63, died at 12:30 a.m. Sunday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Willie SMITH, in Dawson Springs. Surviving besides Mrs. Smith are two other daughter, Mrs. Nancy DUNCAN of Grand Rivers and Mrs. George LYNN of Detroit, Mich.; and two sons, Sam Gray of Clay and Bryant Gray of Alton, Ill. Funeral and burial were at 2 p.m. Monday in Woodson cemetery in Lyon county. The Rev. S.A. MATTHEWS of Grand Rivers and the Rev. L.J. KNOTH of Kuttawa officiated.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, November 4, 1954.
Mrs. Bertha Altha GRAY, 65, died at 5:20 a.m. Wednesday at her home in Wheatcroft. Surviving are the husband, Green Gray; one son, Willie Gray of Sturgis; one daughter, Mrs. Katherine WATSON of Wheatcroft; three sisters, Mrs. Mae GOBIN and Mrs. Viola TRENT of Henderson, and Mrs. Rose ARNETT of Evansville; ten grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at Rock Springs church, with the Rev. E.G. SISK of Dixon officiating. Burial will be in Rock Springs cemetery.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, February 28, 1952. Compiler's note: J.G. Gray, 1879-1956, is buried beside his wife in Rock Springs Cemetery near Wheatcroft.
Dewey M. GRAY, 50, who lived on Highway 41 near Providence, died at 12:20 p.m. Sunday in the Madisonville hospital. Death was attributed to a cerebral hemorrhage. He was found unconscious at his home Thursday afternoon and was taken to the hospital Friday. He never regained consciousness. Mr. Gray was born in Trigg county, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin F. Gray. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. James DODSON, Mrs. Clifford HUNT, and Miss Mary Lou Gray, of St. Louis, Mo.; six sons, Marlon, Clyde, James, Robert, and Donald Gray, of St. Louis, and Bill Gray, Ft. Knox; three brothers, Ottie and Henry Gray, Providence, and Waymon Gray, Detroit, Mich. A brief funeral service was conducted at Melton Funeral Home at 10 a.m. Monday by the Rev. Albert KEMP, after which the body was sent to St. Louis for funeral and burial there Wednesday. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, December 4, 1947.
Grover Cleveland GRAY, 66, died at 1:55 p.m. Tuesday at his home on Locust street in Providence following a long illness. Mr. Gray was employed by Southern Bell Telephone Company for 35 years and was a construction foreman when he incurred an arm injury which forced his retirement several years ago. He formerly lived at Petersburg, Ind., and was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Gray. Survivors are the wife, the former Miss Mae RAMAGE; three daughters, Mrs. Mildred WILSON of Evansville, Mrs. Mary Louise PHELPS of Marion, and Mrs. Mildred MUTH of South Bend, Ind.; three sons, Harold of Evansville, Cleveland of Pacaoma, Calif., and Charles of Tucson, Ariz.; three brothers, Everett, Martin and Charlie Gray of Petersburg, Ind.; 10 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 3:30 this afternoon at the home, with the Rev. H.W. DAUGHERTY officiating, assisted by the Rev. Benjamin CONNAWAY. Burial will be in Lakeview cemetery.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, May 1, 1952.
Mrs. Ottie GRAY, 72, died in her home on Green street at 12:10 a.m.
Friday following an illness of twelve years, the last three years of
which she was an invalid. Mrs. Gray, the former Permelia Ann TOLLEY,
was born Feb. 10, 1871, in Union county, the daughter of the late
Benjamin Franklin and Jamica Tolley. She was married to Mr. Gray in
1901. Mrs. Gray was a member of the Victory Baptist church, was a
devoted Christian, loving mother and wife, and was patient during her
long illness. Survivors are the husband; two daughters, Mrs. Carvill
WELDON and Miss Clara Gray; eight grandchildren; seven
great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Edwin DORRIS, Evansville,
Mrs. Leona PARRISH, Morganfield, and Mrs. Grover BURKLOW,
Cave-in-Rock, Ill.; and a brother, Charles Thomas Tolley. Funeral
services were held at 2:30 Sunday afternoon in the Victory Baptist
church with the Rev. W.T. ANDERSON and the Rev. E.G. SISK officiating.
Pallbearers were nephews, Earl Dorris, Waymon Gray, Lila SILVEY,
Charlie Dorris, Marlin RAYBURN, and Archie SCOTT. Burial was in Big
Hill cemetery. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, May 27, 1943.
Mrs. Louvada BRANSON GRAYSON, 75, of Dixon died at 3 p.m. Monday. Survivors are two sons, Chester of Evansville, and
Clay Grayson of Louisville; one sister, Mrs. Mary TROTTER, Indianapolis, Ind., and several nephews and nieces. Funeral services
were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Tapp Funeral Home in Dixon, with the Rev. W.N. BYNUM of Evansville officiating. Burial was in
Rock Style cemetery. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, December 13, 1945.
Denny T. GREEN, Blackford, was killed Wednesday morning while at work with an Illinois Central railroad bridge crew near Marion. He is reported to have been killed instantly when struck by a concrete piling. He also operated a store in Blackford. Surviving are the wife, Irene; three sons, Jonah, stationed with the U.S. Army in England, Will and D.L., of Blackford; and his mother, Mrs. Liston Green, Blackford. Funeral arrangements are incomplete.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, September 15, 1955. Compiler's note: His stone in Blackford Cemetery gives his year of birth as 1906, which would make him 49 years old when he died. A Liston Green, no dates given, is buried next to him.
James Hiram GREEN, 82, died at 4 a.m. Wednesday at his home on Union Street. Mr. Green, a retired miner, was a member of the Methodist church. Survivors are the wife, Nellie; three daughters, Mrs. R.C. BEXLEY and Mrs. Charles FIBIGER, of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. John PARKER, Providence; five sons, Charlie of Indianapolis, Ind., Evan with the U.S. Army in Germany, Martin of Detroit, Rice and Barrett Green, Providence; and a brother, Ed Green, Providence. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at Melton Funeral Home,with the Rev. S.R. GILLIAM officiating. Burial will be in Big Hill cemetery. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, September 21, 1950. Compiler's note: Nellie Green, 1881-1956, is buried with her husband in Big Hill Cemetery, as is their son Evan R. Green, 24 Nov 1912-22 Jul 1980, Sgt. U.S. Army W.W. II.
Mrs. Sibbie GREEN, former resident of Blackford, died Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Goldie PEAL, in Wicklifee. Funeral services and burial were held at Wickliffe Monday afternoon.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, May 11, 1950.
Guy GRIFFITH, 74, retired farmer, died at 6 p.m. Thursday at his home near Sebree after an illness of two weeks. Surviving are two brothers, Clint and Charlie Griffith, both of Sebree, nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Petersburg Methodist church, with the Rev. Fred GLOVER officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, June 2, 1955 .
Oscar Jackson GRIGG, 55, died at 2 a.m. Tuesday at his home in Clay following an illness of a week. Survivors are the wife,
Valeria; mother, Mrs. Sarah Grigg, near Clay; two stepsons, Noble BAILEY, Danville, and Ercel Bailey, near Clay; three
brothers, Melvin and Horace Grigg, near Clay, and Vanner Grigg, Wheatcroft; and two sisters, Miss Ocie Grigg and Miss
Annie Grigg, near Clay. Mr. Grigg was a member of the General Baptist church at Waggener. Funeral services were to be
held at 2 o'clock this afternoon in Franklin Funeral Home in Clay, with the Elder Gordon HEARON and the Rev. R.T. MITCHELL
officiating. Burial was to be in I.O.O.F. cemetery, Clay. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, May 17, 1945.
Robert Vanner GRIGG, 76, died Saturday afternoon at his home in Wheatcroft following a long illness. Surviving are the wife, Pearl; two daughters, Mrs. Herman HANOR of Clay and Mrs. Cecil BUCKINGHAM of Wheatcroft; two sons, Frank and R.V. Grigg of Wheatcroft; two sisters, Miss Ocie Grigg of the Clay country and Miss Annie Grigg of Evansville; two brothers, Melvin Grigg and H.R. Grigg of the Clay country; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2:30 Monday afternoon at the Union Church in Wheatcroft, with the Rev. Eugene LINDSEY officiating, assisted by the Rev. R.H. WALLACE. Burial was in I.O.O.F. cemetery in Clay.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, May 26, 1955. Compiler's note: His stone in I.O.O.F. Cemetery gives his name as "Robert Vanover Griggs, born 1878, buried May 23, 1955". His wife Pearl C. Griggs, born 1884, buried Mar 24, 1955, is buried next to him.
Mrs. Lala GRIGGS, 80, of Poole, died at 1:30 a.m. last Thursday in Methodist Hospital in Henderson where she had been a patient for three weeks. Surviving are sons, Milton of Poole and John of Morganfield; stepsons, Robert of Corydon and Ewell of Poole; and three grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Methodist Church in Poole, with the Rev. L. I. CHANDLER of Cairo officiating. Burial was in McClure cemetery. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, August 18, 1955.
Stephen A. GRIGSBY, 64, was found dead near the porch of his trailer in Clay at 6 a.m. Thursday by Eubert CONRAD. The trailer is located near Hill's Cafe on Main street. Mr. Grigsby was thought to have died around 10 p.m. Wednesday. Surviving is a son, Elmer Grigsby, near Brandenburg. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Friday at Franklin and Edwards Funeral Home in Clay, with the Rev. E.L. GRANT officiating. Burial was in I.O.O.F. cemetery. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, July 17, 1952.
James Carroll GRISHAM, 32, who was born and reared near Slaughters, died Friday at his home in Anderson, Ind. Surviving are the wife, Beulah; son, Bobby Carroll; mother, Mrs. Lola Grisham, Slaughters; sister, Mrs. Louis JACKSON, Ashbyburg; and four brothers, Everett of Evansville, Curtis and Carl of Louisville, and Harvey, with the U.S. Army in Germany. The body was returned to Tapp Funeral Home in Dixon. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at Mt. Pleasant church,with the Rev. J.E. HARTFORD of Slaughters officiating, assisted by the Rev. T.H. PICKERILL of Slaughters. Burial was in the church cemetery.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, December 6, 1951.
Mrs. Martha Ann GRISHAM, 81, died at her home in Slaughters at 4:30 p.m. Sunday following a four weeks' illness.
Survivors are two sons, Cosby Grisham of Slaughters and Fred Grisham of Henderson; two daughters, Mrs. Blanche
THORPE of Evansville and Mrs. Altha GRANT of Johnson City, Ill.; twenty-two grandchildren; and seventeen
great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Monday in Mt. Pleasant church, with the Rev. L.F. PIERCY
officiating. Burial was in Mt. Pleasant cemetery. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, October 5, 1944.
Mrs. Blanche J. GROSS, 44, died at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 13, at her home near Dixon following a heart attack. Surviving are the husband, Harold Gross; a daughter, Mrs. Arch DIXON, of Dixon Route2; four sons, George, James, John, and Jerry DURBIN, all of Dixon Route 2; two sisters, Mrs. William NEVILL of Wadesville, Ind., and Mrs. Cletis COLBURN of Metropolis, Ill.; three brothers, Raymond and Vernon BALLARD of Belair, Md., and Ernie Ballard, Maywood, Ill.; and eight grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Methodist Church in Morganfield, with the Rev. Ira P. CRENSHAW of Campbellsville officiating. Burial was in Odd Fellows cemetery, Morganfield. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, April 21, 1955.
Elbert Loziar GUESS, 70, of Marion, father of Mrs. G. Monroe TRAVIS of Providence, was killed instantly at 5:20 p.m. Saturday in an accident on U.S. Highway 60 between Marion and Sullivan. An employee of the state highway department, Mr. Guess was dirrecting traffic where road repairs were being made when he was struck by an automobile whose driver was blinded by lights of an approaching car. Survivors are the wife; daughters Mrs. Arnold DRISCOLL, Marion; Mrs. G.O. CAVANAH, Smithland; Mrs. E.N. GARDNER, Norfolk VA; Mrs. Travis, Providence; Mrs. Roy RICHARDSON, Evansville; and Mrs. Orbin GRIMES, Salem; sons Elbert T. Guess, Sturgis; Roy and Charles Guess, Long Beach CA; twenty-three grandchildren; a brother John Guess, Madisonville; and two sisters, Mrs. Lillian RAMAGE, Seattle WA and Mrs. George TRAVIS, Marion. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in the First Baptist Church in Marion, with the Rev. J.C. LILLY officiating, assisted by the Rev. G.O. Cavanah, of Smithland, and the Rev. Benjamin CONNAWAY, of Providence. Burial was in Mapleview Cemetery, Marion. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, November 18, 1948