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This page contains obituaries or death notices (full or extract) of former Howard County residents.  If you have a notice you would like to add, please send to  Debby.

Robert E. CAINE (1925 - 2001) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, 4 Aug 2001

Name: Robert E. CAINE
Age: 76
Died: 1:01 am Sat 4 Aug 2001 at Howard Community hospital
Born: 17 May 1925 in Kokomo
Parents: Robert W. CAINE and Edna P. GLEASON
Married: Doris RUTH 9 Nov 1946 in Kokomo
Robert graduated from Kokomo High SChool in 1943; hospital corpsman in the US Navy during WWII.
Survivors: widow; two sons; Michael K CAINE (wife Georgeann M. CAINE) and Robert S. CAINE; 5 grandchildren; 1 stepbrother Gary CAINE. He was preceded in death by one brother.
Funeral Services: Ellers Mortuary
Burial: Sunset Memory Gardens

Ellsworth N. CALDWELL (c 1897 - 1951) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, Saturday, 14 Apr 1951

Name: Ellsworth N. CALDWELL
Age: 54
Died: 13 Apr 1951 "suddenly... while enroute to work at Camp Atterbury near Franklin Ind."
Born: at Sharpsville [no date or parents listed]
Military Service: Retired major in the U.S Army; served in WWI overseas and WWII.
Civic Involvement: Methodist, American Legion.
Survivors: widow, Mrs Nellie CALDWELL; four sons, M. Sgt James A. CALDWELL, S. Sgt. Donald W. CALDWELL, William N. CALDWELL, Robert E. CALDWELL; mother, Mrs. Edith MUNCIE; 2 sisters, Mrs. Jack FISH & Mrs. Frieda May WOODWARD; 3 grandsons.
Funeral Services: Conkle Funeral Home, Indianapolis
Burial: Floral Park Cemetery, Indianapolis

Biographical sketch

Paul T. "Spid" CALDWELL (1893 - 1977) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, Thursday, 3 Mar 1977, p 5

Name: Paul T. "Spid" CALDWELL
Age: 83
Residence: 119 W Walnut St., Greentown IN
Died: 11:44 pm Wednesday, 2 Mar 1977 at Tipton Memorial Hospital, Tipton IN
Born: 1 Nov 1893 in Delphi, IN
Parents: Frank & Jennie CALDWELL
Married: Wanda CURRENS 17 Sep 1928.
WWI Veteran - 2nd lieutenant in the US Army; member of Greentown F & AM Lodge #41; American Legion Lowell E Simmons Post # 317; chief of Greentown Volunteer Fire Dep't.
Survivors: widow, Wanda CURRENS CALDWELL
Services: Pickett Funeral Home
Burial: Greenlawn Cemetery

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Greenlawn Cemetery: CALDWELL Paul T: Born 1 Nov 1893 - died 2 Mar 1977, age 83. Buried 5 Mar 1977 in Section 3 Lot 59. Link to photo of family stone - Link to photo of plaque - Link to scan of obituary

L.H. CALHOUN (c1902 - 1945) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, Thursday, 15 Nov 1945, p 19

Age: 43
Died: Wednesday night, 14 Nov 1945 at the Veterans' Hospital in Indianapolis. Native of Roachdale.
Survivors: widow, Bernadine [no maiden name given]; 5 children, Gloria BALSBAUGH, L.H. CALHOUN, Jr., Gordon Wayne CALHOUN, Mrs. Phyllis Jean ELMORE, Mrs. Mary Frances RAY; father Bert L. CALHOUN; 2 sisters Mrs. Marie ROSWOG and Miss Ruth Beatrice CALHOUN and brother John C. CALHOUN.
Funeral Home: Moore Funeral Home
Military Service: WWI veteran, "enlisting in the navy in Jun 1920 after having had 18 months previous service."

The following entry was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Crown Point Cemetery: CALHOUN, Lee H.: born 14 Jul 1900 - died 14 Nov 1945; buried 17 NOV 1945, age 45. Section 26, lot 14. link to photo of gravestone

Biographical Sketch

Otto S. CALHOUN (1898-1981) [extract]

unidentified newspaper, probably Kokomo Tribune, 1 Nov 1981, page 9

Name: Otto S. CALHOUN
Age: 83,
Died: St. Joseph Memorial Hospital at 1:02 am Saturday, Oct 31,1981.
Born: Charleston Ill., April 30, 1898, he was a son of
Parents: Walter and Martha (SIMPSON) CALHOUN.
Married: Jan. 15, 1922 to Eva SHEPHERD, who survives.
Survivors: widow, two sons, Wayne CALHOUN and Lowell CALHOUN, both of Kokomo, four grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. Two brothers and four sisters preceded him in death.
A former lieutenant with the Kokomo Fire Department, He was a firefighter for 27 years and at one time was lieutenant in charge of training. He served overseas with the armed forces in World War II [sic] and on the US- Mexican border.
He was a member of the Mexican Border Patrol and Northside Nazarene Church.
Services: Ellers Mortuary with the Rev. William TAYLOR officiating.
Twin Springs Cemetery.

The following entry was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Twin Springs Cemetery: CALHOUN Otto S.: born 30 Apr 1898 - died 1981 link to photo of gravestone - Scan of Obituary

Biographical Sketch

William C. "Scotty" CAMERON (1891 - 1985) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, Friday, 13 Dec 1985, p 2

Name: William C. "Scotty" CAMERON
Age: 94
Died: 2:05 am Friday, 13 Dec 1985 at Wesley Manor, Kokomo.
Born: 14 Jan 1891, London England.
Parents: George M. and Jesse Ann DEWAR CAMERON
Married: Gertrude TREICHEL in 1921 - she died in 1975.
Profession: farmer, Continental Steel Corp and Libby, McNeil & Libby.
Military Service: WWI armed forces; commander of Indiana State National Guard during WWII
Civic Involvement: American Legion, Eagles
Survivors: 2 sons, Charles W. CAMERON & James S. CAMERON; 5 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. One son preceded him in death.
Services: First Presbyterian Church; calling at Ellers Mortuary.
Burial: New London Cemetery.

The following entry was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
New London Cemetery: CAMERON William C.: born 14 Jan 1891 - died 13 Dec 1985, age 94 . Section Four West, lot 6 link to photo of family gravestone ; link to photo of military plaque

Biographical Sketch

Edgar Abe CAMPBELL (1898 - 1994) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, Monday, 4 Apr 1994, p 8

Name: Edgar Abe CAMPBELL
Age: 95
Died: 7:55 pm 3 Apr 1994, St. Joseph Hospital, Kokomo.
Born: 2 Jul 1898 in Young America, IN
Parents: Frank and Rachel (CRIPE) CAMPBELL
Married: 30 May 1921 to Hester DILLMAN ( died 2 Mar 1988)
Military Service: Veteran of US Army, WWI - honorably discharged in 1919.
Survivors: 12 children and spouses, Edgar Jr. & Beverly CAMPBELL, Jack & Dee CAMPBELL, Maxine PYKE, Mary HARMON, Darrell & Fay CAMPBELL, Victor CAMPBELL, "Ollie", Larry CAMPBELL, Barbara & Jay EADS, Merrell & Katrina CAMPBELL, Phyllis CHAPPELL, Jeff CAMPBELL. many grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. Preceding him in death were his parents, wife, two brothers, a sister, a son, a daughter and a granddaughter.
Services: Ellers Mortuary
Burial: Albright Cemetery

The following entry was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Albright Cemetery: CAMPBELL Abe E: born 2 Jul 1898 - died 3 Apr 1994, age 95. link to photo of family gravestone

Biographical Sketch

Lloyd W CAMPBELL (c1901 - 1934) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, Wednesday, 24 Apr 1934 p 5

Name: Lloyd W. CAMPBELL
Age: 33
Residence: 522 W. Jackson St., Kokomo IN
Died: early Wednesday morning (24 Apr 1934) at a government hospital in Chicago of tuberculosis.
Survivors: widow Lulu CAMPBELL; 3 daughters - Thelma CAMPBELL, Mary CAMPBELL & Hazel CAMPBELL; 5 sons - Lloyd Eugene CAMPBELL, Jack CAMPBELL, Jimmie CAMPBELL, Dickie Joe CAMPBELL & John CAMPBELL; his bother Mrs. Ida CAMPBELL; 3 sisters Mrs. Ethel THOMPSON, Mrs. Wilma TILLEY & Mrs. Lillian MOSS.
Services: Ellers Mortuary and Bethel Friends Church

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
North Union Cemetery: CAMPBELL Lloyd W.: Born 31 May 1900 - died 24 Apr 1934. Buried in Middle section, lot 10W Grave 1. Link to photo of family stone - Link to photo of military stone - Link to scan of obituary

Chester M. CANNON (1895 - 1977) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, 18 Jan 1977, page 6

Name: Chester M. CANNON
Age: 82
Died: 1:10pm Monday, Jan 17, 1977 at his home in Greentown
Born [obscured on microfilm] 1895 in Champaign County, Ill,
Parents: Franklin and Alice (LEHMAN) CANNON.
Married: 13 Oct 1923, Thelma BAGWELL, who survives.
50-year member of the Greentown Masonic Lodge; 50-year member of American Legion; Greentown Eastern Star and helped organize the Lions Club. Veteran of World War I; retired farmer.
Survivors: widow, 2 sons, Eugene CANNON and Harold R. CANNON; two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle KIRBY and Mrs. Hubert (Lavinia) HAMMON; two brothers, Forrest E. and Fred C. CANNON; and seven grandchildren. One son, two sisters and two brothers preceded him in death.
Services: Pickett Funeral Home, Greentown
Burial: Greenlawn Cemetery.

Biographical Sketch

Bertha Vadera MCCARTY CAREY (1876 - 1943) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - after 15 Oct 1943

Name: Bertha Vadera MCCARTY CAREY
Age: 67 [? blurry on microfilm]
Died: 12:30 pm Friday 15 Oct 1943, "while visiting a cousin near Sheridan".
Born: 1 Jul 1876 in Hancock County, IN
Parents: Jasper & Angeline (TREES) MCCARTY
Married: Clinton E CAREY 5 Sep 1897.
They were former owner of Grocers' Dairy Products & Crescent Dairy of Kokomo
Survivors: husband; three sons, Russell J., Paul F., Robert C.; 5 grandchildren, Lieut. Russell CAREY Jr., Barbara, Bobby, Donna Lee and Mrs. Raymond TARR; one great grandchild, Judith Ann TARR; two brothers Frank MCCARTY and Lyle MCCARTY; two sisters, Mrs. Audrey RANDALL and Mrs. Mildred ZIMMERMAN.
Funeral home: Hinshaw mortuary in Sheridan
Burial: "At Anderson"

Wayne W. CARR (1888 - 1973) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - after 7 Oct 1973

Name: Wayne W. CARR
Age: 85
Died: 12:15 AM Sunday [ 7 Oct 1973], at Howard Community Hospital
Born: 31 Mar 1888 in Rush Co. IN
Parents: Oscar and Lucinda (TOMES) CARR
Member of first Kokomo High School basketball team; World War I veteran
Howard County Commissioner for 8 years
Survivors: sister Mrs. LaVonne CARR; 2 brothers & 2 sisters preceded him in death.
Services: Fenn Funeral Home
Burial: Albright Cemetery

Link to biographical sketch

Arthur C. CARROLL (1892 - 1971) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - 13 Apr 1973, p 5

Name: Arthur C. CARROLL
Died: 7:30am Tuesday, 13 Apr 1971 at St. Joseph Memorial Hospital, Kokomo.
Born: 17 Mar 1892 in Sharpsville IN
Parents: Andrew C. & Ada (DAVENPORT) CARROLL
Married: Anna HENNINGER 28 Jun 1926 in Kokomo. She died 19 Sep 1970.
Veteran of WWI, worked at Kokomo Machine Company during WWII, retiring in 1968.
Member of American Legion, Post 6.
Survivors: daughter Mrs. Leo (Mary) CUMMINGS and a granddaughter.
Services: Jacobs Funeral Home
Burial: Sunset Memory Gardens

Biographical sketch

John Wesley CARTER (1892 - 1955) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - Monday, 19 Sep 1955, p 2

Name: John Wesley CARTER
Age: 63
Died: 4 pm Sunday, 18 Sep 1955 at home (Maple St, Kokomo)
Born: 17 Jun 1892 "at the old Carter homestead at Taylor and Market streets" in Kokomo.
Parents: John B. & Sarah CARTER
Married: Miss Elsie BECRAFT 31 Aug 1922
spent 2 years at Defiance College & 2 at Purdue University; served with Army in WWI; co-owner of Carter Electric Co. with brother, Omar B. CARTER. He belonged to the First Baptist church, the Masons, Scottish Rite, Elks and the American Legion,.
Survivors: wife; 2 daughters, Mrs. S.J. (Carolyn) MARNER and Mrs. George L (Mary Catherine) KROFT; 2 sisters-in-law, Mrs. Florence CARTER and Mrs. Oscar CARTER; six grandchildren, several nephews and nieces. John was the youngest sibling and the last survivor.
Services: Jacobs Funeral Home
Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery

Biographical sketch

Noah Benjamin CARTER (1893 - 1980) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - Friday, 14 Nov 1980, p 11

Name: Noah Benjamin CARTER
Age: 87
Died: 3:16am, Thursday, 13 Nov 1980 at St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis
Born: 20 Sep 1893, Carroll Co IN
Parents: William and Sarah ZOOK CARTER
Married: Gertrude WASHINGTON in 1920; she died in 1967.
Former operator of Carter's maket on Morrison St; served with Army in WWI. Member of Eagles, Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion and WWI Barracks.
Survivors: 3 daughters, Helen ROBERTS, Mary JOHNSON, Margaret Jane SMITH; 5 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
Services: Ellers Mortuary
Burial: Crown Point Cemetery (section 210, lot 64) - photo of military plaque 

George Matthew CASS (c1890 - 1937) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, Thurs, 22 Apr 1937 p8 col 1

Name: George Matthew CASS
Age: 47
Residence: Locust Grove, OK - formerly of Kokomo
Died: 17 Apr 1937 of heart disease
Parents: George and Ida CASS
WWI Veteran - served 22 months & 19 days in the 113th Indiana regiment and was gassed while in France.
Survivors: widow; 3 children - George David CASS, Guy Christopher CASS, Alice CASS; 4 sisters - Mrs. Nellie May BOWYER, Mrs. Dora BURGAN, Mrs. Bessie NUTT & Mrs. Eulalia WAGGAMAN; two brothers Grover CASS and LeRoy CASS.
Services: held in Locust Grove OK
Burial: [not listed in article]

Biographical Sketch

Kenneth J. CASTNER (1894 - 1951) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - Monday, 13 Aug 1951, p 11

Name: Kenneth J. CASTNER
Age: 56
Died: 11:45pm, Saturday 11 Aug 1951 at Billings Hospital, Indianapolis.
Born: 22 Dec 1894
Parents: Shermen and Myrtle WHITE CASTNER
Married: Daisy ???
Veteran of WWI, seved as motor mechanic with field artillery in France.
Survivors: wife, Daisy; 6 children, Mrs. Betty WARDEN, Mrs. Imogene HUNT, Andy CASTNER, Manley CASTNER; mother, Mrs. Myrtle CASTNER and sister, Mrs. Gertrude SCISINGER; 6 grandchildren.
Services: Ellers Funeral Home
Burial: Crown Point Cemetery

Biographical sketch

Hester MARTIN CATES (1896 - 1976) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - Tuesday, 3 Aug 1976, p 7

Age: 79
Died: Tuesday, 27 Jul 1976 in San Clemente, California
Born: 30 Aug 1896 in Greentown
Parents: John & Jeannette MARTIN
Married: Ray CATES in 1918; he died in 1948
1915 graduate of Greentown High School & member of Phi Beta Phi sorority.
Survivors: sons John Martin CATES and Frank Martin CATES.
Burial: Greenlawn Cemetery (section 1, lot 35) Photo of Gravestone

Michael CAVENAUGH (1828-1896)

Kokomo Daily Tribune Wednesday Evening January 29, 1896 p8 col:4

Michael CAVENAUGH, aged 68 years, died at 5 o'clock this morning at the county infirmary, where he was taken after being kicked by a horse two months ago. This injury was the cause of his death. Interment at Crown Point this afternoon

Mary Ellen CESSNA (1943-1943) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - aft 13 Aug 1943

Name: Mary Ellen CESSNA
Age: six months
Died: 12:15 am Friday 13 Aug 1943 at home (815 E. Walnut) of summer complaint; born 17 Feb 1943.
Parents: Dallas and Mary E. CESSNA
Survivors: parents; 2 sisters, Patricia and Roberta; 6 brothers, Edward, William, Russell Raymond, Richard, and David Lee; grandmother Mrs. Sarah CESSNA.
Funeral Home: Ellers mortuary
Burial: Crown Point cemetery

Dr. John Emmett CHANCELLOR (1893 - 1975) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - Thursday, 15 May 1975, p 5

Name: Dr. John Emmett CHANCELLOR
Age: 82
Died: 8:55 p mWednesday, 14 May 1975 at St. Joseph Hospital, Kokomo.
Born: 11 Mar 1893 in Chicago
Parents: Dr. Samuel Roscoe and Minnie CHANCELLOR.
Married: Gertrude GRANSON 25 Oct 1922
Kokomo High School graduate 1912; entered Indiana University, then left to join the military. He served on the Mexican border and was commissioned a lieutenant in the field artillery in WWI. he graduated from Indiana University School of Dentistry in 1922 and practiced in Kokomo until retirement in 1962. Member of several fraternities; Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite, Elks and American Legion.
Survivors: widow Gertrude; sister Mrs. Ralph (Josephine) FENN.
Services: Fenn Funeral Home
Burial: Crown Point Cemetery.

Biographical Sketch

Earl J CHAPLIN (1896 - 1954) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - Wednesday, 1 Sep 1954, p 1, col 3 (includes photo) & p 2 col 2

Name: Earl J CHAPLIN
Age: 58
Residence: 2220 N Jay St, Kokomo
Died: 5:08 pm Tuesday, 31 Aug 1954, St. Joseph Hospital, Kokomo.
Born: 12 May 1896, DuPage County, Ill.
Parents: Fred and Mary CHAPLIN (both deceased)
WWI Veteran - served in France. Member of Kokomo Police Department for nearly 23 years. Member of Odd Fellows, Eagles, American Legion, Fraternal Order of Police, and past commander of VFW.
Survivors: widow, Nora L. CHAPLIN; three sons, Roy Frank CHAPLIN, John Francis CHAPLIN, Frederick CHAPLIN; stepson, Robert CADE; one daughter, Sister Stella Marie; four brothers, Carl CHAPLIN, Roy CHAPLIN, Sam CHAPLIN and John CHAPLIN.
Services: Rich Funeral Home
Burial: Crown Point Cemetery

Biographical Sketch

Frank CHEEVER (c1893- 1928) [extract]

Kokomo Daily Tribune -- Monday, 30 Jul 1928, page 1, col 3

Name: Frank Cheever
Age: 35
Residence: 2438 North Buckeye St. Kokomo.
Died: 11:15 pm Sat., 28 Jul 1928 at the Good Samaritan hospital of injuries sustained in a fall.
Employment: Apperson Bros. Automotive & Consolidated Coal Co.
Survivors: widow, Mrs. Eva Cheever; 3 small children Kenneth, 8; Billie 6; Mary, 3.
Services: at home
Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery on Tuesday 31 Jul 1928.

Biographical Sketch

Mary HUSSEY CHESNUT (1842-1909)

Kokomo, August 2, 1909, page 1, column 4
Submitter: Jan Rader

THE CALL OF DEATH TO KINDLY WOMAN -- Mrs. Mary H. Chestnut (sp) Passes From Earth -- A Second Stroke of Paralysis Proves Fatal - Was a Woman Much Esteemed
Mrs. Mary H. CHESTNUT (sp) died yesterday morning, at 5 o'clock, at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas HARRIS, east of the Grange Hall school, Mrs. Harris being her daughter.
Mrs. Chestnut (sp) was sixty-seven years old, and had been ill since July 22, when she was seized with paralysis. She had gotten a great deal better, but was the victim of a second stroke Thursday, ending in her death.
The funeral will be held at the Harris home tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock and will be in charge of the Rev. H. R. Neely, rector of St. Andrew's church. Since the death of her husband in Anderson, in 1898, she has made her home with her daughter in Kokomo, moving with the Harris family to this city.
Mrs. Mary HUSEY (sp) CHESTNUT (sp) was born in Hillsboro, Ohio, January 21, 1842. Besides Mrs. HARRIS there are two children, Clifford CHESTNUT (sp) and a daughter, Mrs. Lee KIPHART, both of whom reside in the neighborhood of the Harris farm.
Mrs. Chestnut (sp) will be missed as few of the loved dead are missed. She was the personification of the mother of the old school, gracious, kindly, and brimming with affection. She was a woman of culture and refinement. It was noteworthy of her that her good humor was seldom disturbed. It required a trying provocation to impell her to lose her equanimity. She was cheerful in all things and companionable and delightful to be in the presence of, and who, passing to the eternal realms, leaves a vacancy in the household which causes heart aches, and to Ralph Harris, the taking away of his grandmother is to him a matter he can't understand, or reconcile with his ideas of things. The little folks' hearts are grieving and they refuse to be consoled in their hour of sorrow, for them a better grandmother never lived.
Her memory will live enshrined in affection and as often as she is thought of it will be with pleasing thoughts of her goodness and of her kindness toward those she loved so much. The remains will be taken to Anderson, her former home, for burial.

Roland CHILDS (1896 - 1964) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - Thursday, Feb 20, 1964, p 2, col 5

Name: Roland "Brownie" CHILDS
Age: 67
Died: 7:15 am Wednesday, 19 Feb 1964 in Tampa, Fla.
Born: 19 Apr 1896 at Nashville, IN
Parents: Robert and Frances (RODGERS) CHILDS
Married: Violet ROBERTS
Roland had lived in Kokomo 47 years; was a WWI veteran and member of USW Local 1954; employed at Continental Steel Corp for 46 years, moving to Tampa after retirement in 1961.
Survivors: widow, 2 daughters, Mrs. Kay SHOCKLEY, Rebecca CHILDS; 2 sisters, Mrs. Dan (Dolly) ALLENDER and Mrs. Willard (Hazel) PROSSER; one brother, Justin CHILDS, and several nieces and nephews.
Services: Ellers Funeral Chapel - Kokomo
Burial: [not noted]

Biographical sketch

Ray CLYMER (1895 - 1975) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune -- Tues, 15 Jul 1975, page 5, col

Name: Ray Clymer
Age: 79
Residence: 1505 E Jefferson, Kokomo
Died: 2am Tuesday [15 Jul 1975] at St. Joseph Hospital after 2 year illness
Born: 22 Aug 1895 in Miami Co, IN
Parents: James and Rachel (CARNINE) CLYMER
Married: Maude LOCKE in 1918
Education: Graduated from Bunker Hill HS in 1915 - attended Ball State University
Military: Served in Army in WWI
Employment: taught in Miami & Cass Co. schools before going into postal service for 30 yrs; supervisor of main office at time of retirement in 1955.
Survivors: widow; 1 daughter, Mrs. Richard (Mary J.) METHENY; 2 granddaughters. 3 brothers & 1 sister predeceased him.
Services: Ellers Funeral Chapel
Burial: Crown Point Cemetery

Biographical Sketch

Fred Lewis COLEMAN (1896 - 1982) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, 13 Oct 1982

Name: Fred Lewis COLEMAN
Age: 86
Residence: 3401 Gandy Blvd, Pinellas Park, FL - formerly of Kokomo
Died: 5:23p Mon. 11 Oct 1982 at St. Anthony's Hospital in St. Petersburg, FL
Born: 1 Sep 1896 in Tipton Co. IN
Parents: David & Mary PYKE COLEMAN
Married: Fairy V STEPHENSON on 26 Jul 1919 - she survives
Served with Army in WWI; worked at Continental Steel Corp; member of Masonic Lodge, Elks and American Legion.
Survivors: widow; son, Harold "Peanut" Coleman; daughter Maxine M WOODWARD; sister Edna LOW; 5 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren.
Services: Ellers Mortuary
Burial: Sunset Memory Gardens Mausoleum

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Sunset Memory Gardens Mausoleum: COLEMAN Fred Lewis: born 1 Sep 1896 - died 11 Oct 1982, age 86. Peace Building, Block J, Crypt 77D, level 4. Link to photo of plaque

Robert G COLESCOTT (c1893 - 1977) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune? - 19 Apr 1977

Name: Robert G COLESCOTT
Age: 84
Residence: Gas City, IN
Died: 2:30 pm Sunday, 17 Apr 1977 at Marion General Hospital, Marion IN
Born: in Greentown [no date specified]
Married: Lena WILLIAMS
WWI Veteran; member of Shrine and Knights Templar and American Legion.
Survivors: widow; son Jack COLESCOTT; daughters Mrs Paul (Betty) TURNER and Mrs. William (Patty) MAYNARD; half-sister Mrs. Georgia POTTER; 13 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.
Services: Jay Swift & Storey Funeral Home, Gas City IN
Burial: Greenlawn Cemetery

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Greenlawn Cemetery: COLESCOTT Robert G.: born 1892 - died 17 Apr 1977. Buried 21 APR 1977, section 1, lot 115. Link to photo of military plaque - Link to photo of family stone - Link to scan of obituary

Clarence S. COLLINS (1890 - 1956) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, Thursday, 16 Aug 1956, page 2, col 4.

Name: Clarence S. COLLINS
Died: Wednesday [15 Aug 1956] at the Veterans' Administration Hospital, Indianapolis.
Born: 19 Jan 1890 in Howard Co.
Parents: James and Martha (COY) COLLINS
Married: Miss Lelie Pearl ALEXANDER in 1919
Veteran of WWI - served in 38th division in France; farmed in Ervin Twp, before coming to Kokomo in 1923. Employed at Standard Pottery for 28 yars before retiring due to ill health.
Member of Masonic Lodge at New London, Veterans of WWI & Disabled Veterans of America.
Survivors: wife; 3 sons, William, Everett, and Don COLLINS; brother Herman COLLINS; 5 [sic] sisters, Mrs. Bertha BALDWIN, Mrs. Opal WELLS, Mrs. Ruth HARRELL; and 5 grandchildren. A son, Ralph, preceded him in death.
Services: Ellers Funeral Chapel
Burial; Memorial Park Cemetery

Biographical sketch

Frank COLVIN (c1898  - 1947) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, 28 Aug 1947, p 19

Name: Frank COLVIN
Age: 49
Died: before 28 Aug 1947 in Toledo, OH
Born: in Kokomo [no date given]
Survivors: brother Clifford COLVIN, sister June COLVIN and half-brother Merle COLVIN.
Worked at Globe American Corp
Burial: in Toledo OH

Paul M. COOK (1894 - 1975) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, Thursday, 23 Oct 1975, page 5, col 3.

Name: Paul M. COOK
Age: 80
Residence: Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan
Died: 13 Oct 1975 in Howard Community Hospital, Kokomo.
Born: 19 Oct 1894 in Missouri
Married: Vina GAGNON - she died in 1963
Survivors: 7 sons, Paul, Robert, William, Fred, Carl, Wayne and Jerome COOK, 2 daughters Mrs. Camille (Shirley) LECLERC and Mrs. Geraldine PARISO; 2 brothers, Robert and Francis COOK; 3 sisters, Gladys, Edith and Mabel [no last names given]; 29 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren.
Services: in Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan
[no burial information provided]

Biographical sketch

Russell COOK (1893  - 1971) [extract]

unknown - aft 30 Sep 1971

Name: Russell COOK
Age: 78
Died: 5a Thursday, 30 Sep 1971 at home in Russiaville IN
Born: 1 Jan 1893 in Hemlock IN
Parents: James & Emily RATCLIFF COOK
Married: Lelia [Lelah] BURGETT 15 Oct 1939
Survivors: widows; son James COOK; daughter Mrs. Mary Francis MORRIS; 2 stepsons, Lowell F. KELLY & Dick KELLY; 2 stepdaughters - Mrs. Eloise JARRETT & Mrs. Junior (Jane) HOSIER; 12 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. 3 sisters and 2 brothers are deceased.
Services: Stout Funeral Home
Burial: Russiaville Cemetery

 The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Russiaville Cemetery: COOK, Russell L.: Born 1 Jan 1893 - died 30 Sep 1971, age 78. Buried in Section 11, lot 25. Link to photo of plaque - Link to scan of obituary

Forest COOPRIDER (1893  - 1960) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - 16 Nov 1960

Name: Forest COOPRIDER
Age:  67
Died: Wednesday, 16 Nov 1960 at home in Sharpsville, IN
Born: 8 Aug 1893 in Clay City IN
Parents: Clinton & Ida GUTHRIE COOPRIDER
Married: Mary Elizabeth ELLIS 4 Sep 1920 - she died 20 Jul 1954
Moved to Kokomo in 1915; tinner, grocery operator & farmer
Survivors: 2 daughters - Mrs. Delbert (Ruth) JOHNSON & Mrs. Helen SHALLENBERGER; 2 sisters Mrs. Sam GUERIN & Mrs. Unetia GRANTHAM; 3 brothrs - Fred COOPRIDER, George COOPRIDER & Raymond COOPRIDER; 6 grandchildren.  2 sisters preceded him in death
Services: Stout & Son Funeral Home, Russiaville
Burial: Sunset Memory Gardens

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery: COOPRIDER,Forest D.: Born  8 Aug 1893 - died 16 Nov 1960, age 67. Section 1, Block 9, Lot 7, grave 2. Link to photo of plaque - Link to scan of obituary

Harrison COPP (1896  - 1980) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune? - aft 9 Oct 1980

Name: Harrison COPP
Age: 84
Died: 9:40pm Thurs., 9 Oct 1980 in Wesley Manor United Methodist Retirement Home, Frankfort IN - previously of Kokomo.
Born: 20 Jun 1896 in Platte City, MO
Parents: Nixon & Nancy M RYAN COPP
Married: Ruth Thelma LEARNER 22 May 1918 - she survives
Resided in Kokomo for 71 years, moving to Frankfort in Dec 1971; mail carrier in rural Kokomo for 42 years
Survivors: widow; daughter Mrs. A.W. (Julia Ann) GEORGE; 2 sons - Frederick H COPP & Owen R. COPP; 7 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.
Services: Frye Funeral Home, Frankfort IN
Burial: Albright Cemetery

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Albright Cemetery: COPP, Harrison: Born 20 Jun 1896 - died 9 Oct 1980, age 84. Buried in Byers Mound section, lot 24 . Link to photo of stone - Link to scan of obituary

Glen C. COSTLOW (c1893 - 1970) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - Saturday, 21 Mar 1970, p 3, col 1

Name: Glen C. COSTLOW
Age: 77
Residence: Deerfield Beach, FL
Died: Thursday, 19 Mar 1970 in the hospital at Deerfield Beach, FL.
Born: in Kokomo, circa 1893
Parents: Morton and Ollie (KELLER) COSTLOW
Married: Geneva HARMON
Veteran of World War I; member of Masonic Lodge in Louisville KY (moved from there 7 years previous) and American Legion in Deerfield Beach.
Survivors: wife; brother Ansel COSTLOW; daughter Mrs. Robert (Carolyn) WEINISCHKE; son Owsley COSTLOW; sister Mrs. Paul WOLFORD; and 4 grandchildren.
Services: Kraeer Sample Road Funeral Home, Pompano Beach FL
Burial: Forest Lawn Memorial Gardens Cemetery, Pompano Beach FL.

Biographical sketch

Jess Patrick COSTLOW (c1888 - 1967) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - Thursday, 11 May 1967, p2 col 5

Name: Jess Patrick COSTLOW
Age: 79
Residence: Lusk Wyoming; formerly of Kokomo; also lived in Colorado Springs.
Died: 5 May 1967
Parents: Jud and Kate COLLINS COSTLOW; grandson of Patrick COSTLOW
Teacher in Howard and Clay township schools; served in France during WWI.
Married: Anna COMPTON [no date listed]
Survivors: widow, son Tom David COSTLOW; daughter Mrs. Katherine DIXIE; several grandchildren
No burial information provided

Biographical sketch

C. Howard COSAND (1924 - 1975) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, after 11 Jan 1975

Name: C Howard COSAND
Age: 50
Name: 11 Jan 1975 at Veterans' Hospital in Indianapolis
Born: 17 Sep 1924 in Taylor Township
Parents: Charles and Fern INGELS COSAND
Married: Geneva O SMITH 1 Sep 1948 [?]
Survivors: widow; 2 sons, Norman A. COSAND & James H. COSAND.
Funeral Services: Fenn Funeral Home
Burial: Albright Cemetery
Member of Naphthali Masonic Lodge, Macedonia Christian Church, and Taylor Lions club. Kokomo High School & Purdue University graduate; veteran of WWII & member of American Legion. Farmer until 1965 - opened insurance agency.

Ivan Burr COULBERN (1895 - 1972) [extract]

Kokomo Daily Tribune -- aft 19 Aug 1972

Name: Ivan Burr COULBERN
Age: 77
Residence: 921 W. Monroe, Kokomo IN
Died: 10:45am Satuday, 19 Aug 1972 at home
Born: 12 Sep 1895
Parents: William & Minnie COULBERN
Served in army during WWII [sic - WWI]; park policeman from 1969-1971 & Baptist minister. Member of F.O.P & Masonic Lodge
Survivors: 2 sons - William D. COULBERN & Ivan B. COULBERN; 1 daughter Mrs. Doris TAYLOR; 1 brother William Donald COULBERN. A son, a brother & a sister preceded him in death.
Services: Ellers Funeral Chapel
Burial: Albright Cemetery

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Albright Cemetery: COULBERN Ivan B: Born 13 Sep 1895 - died 19 Aug 1972, age 76 Buried in Albright 1 section, lot 147A. Link to photo of military plaque - Link to scan of obituary

Chester M. COX ( 1888 - 1965) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, after 3 Dec 1965

Name: Chester M. COX
Residence: Center, IN
Died: 6 pm Friday [3 Dec 1965] in Lee Memorial Hospital, Fort Myers, FL
Born: near Elwood [no date or age given]
Parents: Isaac & Emily Jane CATT COX
Married: Ruth DILLMAN 31 Oct 1919
WWI Vet - served with 325th Field Artillery; member of Center Christian Church
Survivors: widow; son Leslie "Pete" COX; 6 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Services: Fenn Funeral Home
Burial: Albright cemetery

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Albright Cemetery: COX Chester M: Born 1888 - died 3 Dec 1965. Buried in Albright 3 section, lot 105. Link to photo of family stone - Link to scan of obituary

William Henry COX, Sr. (1896 - 1957) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, 29 Sep 1957

Name: William Henry COX, Sr.
Age: 61
Residence: 1010 S. Webster, Kokomo IN
Died: 11:25 am Sunday., 29 Sep 1957, St. Joseph Hospital, Kokomo
Born: 16 Mar 1896 in St. Helens, Lancashire, England
Parents: Henry & Elizabeth COX
Married: Elizabeth CRITCHLEY 20 Sep 1922
Came to this country and Kokomo in 1907; WWI Veteran; Moose Lodge Member & member of St. Andrews Episcopal Church; employed at Continental Steel
Survivors: widow; one son - William H. COX Jr.; 2 sisters - Mrs. Ada NEWMAN and Mrs. Jane CLARK; grandson William Joseph COX. His parents and 1 sister preceded him in death.
Services: Ellers Funeral Home & St. Andrews Church
Burial: Sunset Memory Garden Cemetery

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery: COX William Henry Sr.: Born 16 Mar 1896 - died 29 Sep 1957, age 61. Section 2 Block 8 Lot 24 Grave 1. Link to photo of plaque - Link to scan of obituary

Arthur CRANOR (1892 - 1951) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - Friday, 5 Jan 1951, pgs 1-2

Name: Arthur CRANOR
Age: 51
Died: 4 Jan 1951 in a vehicle accident east of Kokomo.
Born: 14 Aug 1892 near Sycamore, IN
Parents: Leroy and Barbara CRANOR
Married: 7 Apr 1917 Alta TROTT
Veteran of WWI, entered service 18 Fev 1918 and served with Battery A, 324th Field Artillery in France. Farmed for most of life; employed by state highway department for last 2 years. Member of American Legion and Greentown Lodge F & AM.
Survivors: widow; 2 sons, Kenneth and Don CRANOR; daughter Mrs. Helen SCOTT; 4 grandchildren; 2 sisters Mrs. Wren WIMMER and Mrs. Ida JOHNSON; a brother, Frank CRANOR; half-sister Mrs. Della KIRBY.
Services: Mast & Pickett funeral home; Sycamore Friends church
Burial: Greenlawn cemetery, Greentown IN

The following entry was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Greenlawn Cemetery: CRANOR Arthur: born 14 Aug 1893 - died 4 Jan 1951, age 57. Buried 7 JAN 1951, section 1, lot 109. link to photo of family gravestone ; link to scan of obituary

Biographical sketch

Harry L. CRAWFORD (1895-1954) [extract]

Name: Harry L. CRAWFORD
Age: 59
Died: 11 a.m.Thursday at the home of his daughter in Kokomo.
Parents: Joseph and Mollie (SANDERS) CRAWFORD.His wife,
Married: Maude [SHIVELY], who died in 1932.They had two
Survivors; 2 children Mrs. Helen SPRONG and Ebert CRAWFORD
Funeral services: Peacock Funeral Home

Maude SHIVELY CRAWFORD (c1897- 1932) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune [no dates listed]

Name: Mrs. Harry [Maude SHIVELY] CRAWFORD
Age 35
Died: Sunday night [ ] at her home after an extended illness.
Parents: Harry and Mary SHIVELY, both deceased.
Married: Harry CRAWFORD Aug 4,1915.
Survivors: husband, two children, two sisters,Mrs. E. BOWMAN and Mrs.Flossie PRICE ,and one brother Charles SHIVELY. Two children preceed the mother in death.
Burial: Albright Cemetery
NOTE: First name provided by Heidi Hall

[Isaac] Harvey CREASON (1890 - 1965) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - Monday, 11 Jan 1965, p2 col 56

Name: [Isaac] Harvey CREASON
Age: 74
Residence: Crown Point, IN; formerly of Kokomo
Died: 5:15 pm Sunday, 10 Jan 1965 at Hines Veteran Hospital, Chicago.
Born: 28 Nov 1890
Parents: Daily and Margaret YOUNG CREASON
Veteran of WWI, employed at Howard County Courthouse, member of Fraternal Order of Eagles, Aerie 255.
Survivors: Cora CREASON, widow; daughter Mrs. Wayne M. (Helen) JENKS; three brothers, Charles, Pete, and Daily CREASON; two sisters, Mrs. Bessie WILLIAMS and Mrs. Blanch COOK; two grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.
Services: Rees Funeral Home & Shiloh Methodist CHirch
Burial: Shiloh Cemetery

The following entry was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Shiloh Cemetery: CREASON Isaac Harvey: born 28 Nov 1890 - died 10 Jan 1965 age 74. link to photo of military plaque ; link to PDF of obituary

Biographical sketch

Maude L. HENRY CRULL (1890 - 1969) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, Saturday, 25 Jan 1969

Name: Maude L. HENRY CRULL
Age: 78
Residence: 128 S Armstrong St, Kokomo
Died: 9:20am Saturday, 25 Jan 1969 at Howard Community Hospital, Kokomo
Born: 3 Mar 1890 in Tipton Co. IN
Parents: Thomas & Phoebe BOWER HENRY
Married: Raymond CRULL 8 Aug 1926
Survivors: widower; brother - Romeo HENRY; sister - Mrs. Minnie PALMER; several nieces & nephews.
Services: Fenn Funeral Home
Burial: Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery: CRULL Maude L.: Born 3 Mar 1890 - died 25 Jan 1969, age78. Section 6, block 12, lot 15, grave 2. Link to photo of plaque - Link to scan of obituary

Thomas J. CRULL (1895 - 1969) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune - Thursday, 28 Aug 1969, p 7 col 3

Name: Thomas J. (Jeff) CRULL
Age: 74
Residence: 820 E Walnut, Kokomo
Died: 1:15 Wed 27 Aug 1969, St. Joseph Hospital, Kokomo
Born: 7 Jun 1895
Parents: Thomas J. and Josephine (KANTER) CRULL
Veteran of WWI; member of Eagles Lodge; retired from Hoosier Iron Works after 28 years in 1945; worked at YMCA for 12 years.
Married: Eva JACKSON 13 Feb 1922. She preceded him in death on 12 Apr 1969
Survivors: 2 sons, Thomas W. CRULL and Bob CRULL; two stepsons Cecil & Herbert FLOYD; 6 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren; a brother John CRULL and several nieces and nephews. Two sisters preceded him in death.
Services: Fenn Funeral Home
Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery

Biographical Sketch

Eugene W. CULP (1897 - 1970) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune, Tuesday, 18 Aug 1970

Name: Eugene W. CULP
Age: 73
Residence: 819 Rue de Arc-En-Ciel [no city listed - Kokomo?]
Died: early Monday afternoon [17 Aug 1970] at Howard Community Hospital, Kokomo
Born: 18 Jan 1897 in Wabash, IN - moved to Kokomo as a young boy
Parents: [not listed]
Married: Myrpha SANDERS Apr 1922
Member of Howard Lodge 93 F & AM; Elks Lodge & Grace United Methodist Church; partner in former Down Town Motors Dealership.
Survivors: widow; 2 sons - Paul E. CULP & Richard CULP; 2 sisters - Mrs. Gladys MCCARTY & Mrs. Vera SPRAKER.
Services: Jacobs Funeral Home
Burial: Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery

The following information was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Sunset Memory Gardens Cemetery: CULP Eugene W.: Born 18 Jan 1897 - died 17 Aug 1970, age 73. Section 6, block 13 lot 10 grave 1. Link to photo of plaque - Link to scan of obituary

Charles C. CULVER (c 1890- 1974) [extract]

Kokomo Daily Tribune -- Saturday, 29 Jun 1974

Name: Charles C. CULVER
Age: 84
Residence: Pittsboro, IN, formerly of Kokomo
Died: Friday, 28 Jun 1974
Veteran of WWI; member of Kokomo American Legion and Masonic Lodge.
Survivors: wife Bertha; brother J.E. CULVER.
Services: Weaver Memorial Home, Brownsburg IN
Burial: Mooresville Cemetery, Mooresville IN

The following information comes from the Mooresville Cemetery page at the Morgan County INGenWeb Project website: CULVER, Charles C. 19 Jul 1889 - 28 Jun 1974 Pvt US Army

Caroline METZGER CUNNINGHAM (1873-1957) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune 31 July 1957 page 2

Age 84
Died: 30 Jul 1957 St. Joseph Hospital
Born: 5 May 1873 Peru IN
Parents: John METZGER and Mary HOLSTINE
Married: 13 April 1891 to John CUNNINGHAM in Peru IN
Lived around Bunker Hill until about 1905 when they moved to Kokomo. Member of St. Patricks Catholic Church
Survivors: Glenn CUNNINGHAM,(son); Mrs. Elizabeth ZIMMERMAN (sister);
Preceded in death: sons Earl, Lurten & Abner; daughter - Elba BOURNEX; brother - W. Reeder
Burial: in Memorial Park Cemetery
Funeral officiated by grandson, John P. Cunningham

Kokomo Tribune -- Howard County Indiana 31 July 1957

Name: Mrs. Caroline CUNNINGHAM
Age: 84,
Died: 5:30 p.m. Tuesday [30 Jul 1957] St. Joseph Hospital. She had been ill about two years.
Born: May 5, 1873, in Peru, the daughter of
Parents: John and Mary (HOLSTINE) METZGER. On
Married: April 13, 1891, she was married to John CUNNINGHAM in Peru (he died Jan. 30, 1940).
Moved to Kokomo around 1905; lived with son, Glen after husband's death. Member of the St. Patrick's Catholic Church and the St. Patrick's Rosary Sodality.
Survivors: one son, Glen; one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth ZIMMERMAN; 18 grandchildren and 44 great grandchildren. Three sons, Earl, Lurten, and Abner; one daughter Elba BOURNEX, and one brother, W. REEDER, preceded her in death.
Funeral services: St. Patrick's Church, with the Rev. John P. Cunningham, grandson of the deceased, officiating.
Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery.
Funeral Home: Peacock Funeral Home

Glen CUNNINGHAM (1894-1959) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune -- Howard County Indiana 02 December 1959

Age: 65
Died: at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday [1 Dec 1959] at his home after a lingering illness.
Born: Aug. 30, 1894 in Miami County, the son of
Parents: John and Caroline (METZGER) CUNNINGHAM. He was m
Married: Rose GRACE on Sept. 16, 1913, (she died Oct. 11, 1958. )
Survivors: 5 sons, Rev. John CUNNINGHAM,( chaplain in the U.S. Army, stationed in Korea), Micheal, Joseph, and Mark, Robert (USAF at Larson AFB); five daughters, Mrs. George (Mary) HENDRICK and Mrs. Oscar (Dorothy) COTTINGHAM, Mrs. George (Kathryn) TEDEMAN, Mrs Robert (Margaret) WESt, Sister M. de MONTFORT ; 33 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church.
Funeral services: St. Patrick's Church
Funeral Home: Peacock Funeral Home

John CUNNINGHAM (c1867-1940) [extract]

Kokomo Tribune -- Howard County Indiana 31 January 1940

Age: 73 years,
Died: about noon Wednesday [30 Jan 1940] at the state hospital in Indianapolis.
Survivors: widow, Caroline; 3 sons, Glen, Abner, and Lustin; sister, Mrs. Elizabeth DEMORSE lives at Galveston. One son and a daughter preceded him in death.
Resident of Kokomo for 35 years; member of the St. Patrick's Catholic Church.
Funeral Home: Moore Funeral home

Kokomo Tribune 1 February 1940
CUNNINGHAM Funeral Saturday
Funeral services: St. Patrick's church.
Burial: Crown Point cemetery.
In addition to the survivors listed Wednesday there are 20 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Mrs Rose Mary GRACE CUNNINGHAM (1893-1958)

Obituary Kokomo Tribune -- Howard County, Indiana 13 October 1958

Name: Mrs Rose Mary CUNNINGHAM
Age: 65
Died: at 11:38 p.m. Saturday [11 Oct 1958] at home; had been ill for five years.
Born: June 14, 1893, in Kokomo, she was the daughter of
Parents: Patrick and Mary (QUINN) GRACE. She was m
Married: Sept. 16, 1913, to Glenn William CUNNINGHAM, who survives.
Survivors: husband; 5 daughters, Sister Mary deMontfort, Mrs. George (Mary) HEDRICK, Mrs. Oscar (Dorothy) COTTINGHAM, Mrs. George (Kathryn) TEDEMAN, and Mrs. Robert (Margaret) WEST; 5 sons, R. Robert CUNNINGHAM, John CUNNINGHAM, Joseph V.CUNNINGHAM Michael CUNNINGHAM and Mark CUNNINGHAM. A sister, Miss Margaret GRACE and 33 grandchildren, also survive. Three brothers and one sister are deceased.
Member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church and Altar Rosary Society.
Funeral services: St. Patrick's Catholic Church with son, Chaplain John Cunningham in charge.
Burial: Memorial Park Cemetery.
Funeral Home: Peacock Funeral Home

Rufus H. CURRENS (1893 - 1965) [extract]

Kokomo Morning Times -- Friday, 6 Aug 1965, page 22, col 2

Name: Rufus H. CURRENS
Residence: Greentown IN
Died: 8:30 pm Wednesday, 4 Aug 1965 at Tipton County Hospital
Born: 13 Feb 1893 in Howard Co. IN
Parents: Robert J. and Eliza (ROSE) CURRENS
Married: Miss Dagmer MILLER Christmas, 1932
Veteran of WWI; charter member of Lowell E Symons unit of American Legion; 25-year partner of Currens Bros. Grocery in Greentown.
Survivors: widow, sister Mrs. Paul (Wanda) CALDWELL, and a number of nieces and nephews.
Services: Mast and Picket Funeral Home
Burial: Greenlawn Cemetery

The following entry was found in the Cemeteries of Howard County website:
Greenlawn Cemetery: CURRENS Rufus Howard: born 13 Feb 1893 - died 4 Aug 1965, age 72. Buried 7 AUG 1965, secton 3 lot 59. link to photo of family stone , link to photo of military plaque ; link to scan of obituary

Biographical sketch

Monument at Crown Point Cemetery
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