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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.

Joseph REAGAN (c1837-1898)

Kokomo Daily Tribune, 23 Nov 1898

Joseph REAGAN, who resided just east of Grange Hall schoolhouse, dropped dead near his home about 8 o'clock this morning. He was 61 years old, married and leaves 3 children. Death was due to heart failure, with which he had been afflicted for many years. When stricken he was on his way home from Leach & Co's brick factory. Dr Simmons was called, but life was extinct before he arrived."

Kokomo Dispatch, dated 23 Nov 1898:
Joseph T. REAGAN, aged 69 years, whose home was just south of the city and who has been for a number of years in the employ of J.M. LEACH & Co. as an expert brick-burner, expired very suddenly from heart disease on the highway near his home Wednesday morning.
Mr. REAGAN had been subject to heart trouble for some time, though until quite recently he has been able to continue his usual employment. Wednesday morning he was working about the house and had gone to the LEACH brick yard to secure some brick for repairing. On his way home he fell to the ground, but managed to attract the attention of a little girl who was passing and asked her to call his wife. Mrs. REAGAN hastened to the site, but he was dead before she reached him.
The funeral occurred Friday afternoon from the Harrison Street Christian Church, conducted by Rev. HOBSON, and interment followed in Crown Point. Besides the widow, four children, all grown, survive the deceased. he was a man of tireless industry, of correct life, and was held in high esteem by all who knew him.
Submitter: Linda Chan

Mrs. Lucinda (BOLE) REAGAN (c1838-1901)

Kokomo Daily Tribune, 22 May 1901

Mrs. Lucinda REAGAN, relict of the late Joseph REAGAN, who proceeded her to the grave two years ago last Thanksgiving Day, died very suddenly at the home of her son-in-law, Edward ALBRIGHT, 423 South Union Street Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock, aged 63 years. The immediate cause of death was the bursting of a blood vessel in her neck which resulted in her death a few moments later from strangulation.
For several months Mrs. REAGAN had been in delicate health and had complained a good deal of the soreness of the blood vessel in her neck. The deceased was a devoted member of the Harrison Street Christian Church. Two daughters, Mrs. Laura ALBRIGHT, at whose home she died, and Mrs. Ed STANTON, of Rocky Ford, Colorado, and J.B. REAGAN, who lives near Grange Hall schoolhouse survive. The funeral will take place Friday at 10 o'clock at the Harrison Street Christian Church, conducted by Rev. J.L. PUCKETT and Rev. E.G. WALK.
[Maiden name BOLE, daughter of William BOLE and Lorinda ROOD of Grant County, Indiana]
Submitter & Additional Info: Linda Chan

Mrs. Myra MCCALLEN RONEY, (1880-1957)

Obituary dated Jan. 26, 1957, Kokomo Tribune, Howard County, IN

Mrs. Myra MCCALLEN RONEY, an eight year resident of Howard County, died Saturday, at the Twilite Nursing Home. She was 76. Services will be held at the S. Purdum Street Pilgrim Holiness Church with Rev. Ward Vanbriggle officiating. Burial will be in Salem, IN at Crown Point Cemetery. Friends may call at the Peacock Funeral Home.
Mrs. Roney was born at Palmyra, IN Feb. 12, 1880, the daughter of Hayes and Josephine MCCALLEN.
On April 7, 1901, she was married to William RONEY at Fredricksburg. Mr. Roney died June 5, 1948.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Talmadge HATTABAUGH (Lottie) of Jeffersonville, and Mrs. James FRAKES (Edna May) of Greentown; as well as 11 grandchildren and 13 great-grand-children.

Monument at Crown Point Cemetery
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