Shelby County Indiana
The Shelbyville News
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Copeland, St. Paul, celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary March 23.
Monday, September 25, 2000
Mr. Copeland and Miriam Mobley were married March 23, 1935, in the Presbyterian parsonage, Greensburg, by the Rev. J. R. Bardelmeier.
Mr. Copeland is a retired farmer.
Mrs. Copeland is a retired teacher.
Parents of James C. Copeland, Bloomington, and Christine Copeland, Greensburg.
3 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelby Democrat
STATE OF INDIANA, SHELBY COUNTY, SS
Thursday September 28, 1905
Page 4 column 6
NOTICE TO HEIRS AND CREDITORS
OF PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATE
In the Shelby Circuit Court, October Term, 1905, No. 4108
James H. Copeland, administrator of the Estate of James L. Copeland, deceased VS John T. Copeland, Jane Copeland, his wife; William A. Copeland, Matilda Copeland, his wife; Charles A. Copeland, Rhody Copeland, his wife; Warren L. Copeland, Elizabeth Copeland, his wife; Nancy I. Drake, Charles Drake, her husband; Elizabeth F. Armstrong, William Armstrong, her husband; Israel L. Copeland, Fannie Copeland, his wife; Ebert Copeland, Fannie Fern Simpson, Laura Gladys Simpson, Elizabeth F. M. Simpson, William R. Selfridge, Mary Selfridge, his wife; Mary Selfridge, widow of William R. Selfridge, deceased; the unknown heirs of William R. Selfridge, deceased; the unknown heirs of Mary Selfridge, deceased, widow of William R. Selfridge, deceased.
(Impleaded with others)
Notice is hereby given that James H. Copeland, as administrator of the estate of James L. Copeland, deceased, late of said County and State, has filed in the Circuit Court of Shelby County, Indiana, his petition to quiet the title and sell certain real estate therein described belonging to said decedent, the personal property of said estate being insufficient to pay the indebtedness thereof; and that said Petition will come up for hearing on the 2nd day of November, 1905, being the 22nd judicial day of the October, 1905 Term of said Court; and that unless said defendants appear in said Court on said day and answer or demur to said Petition, the dame will be heard and determined in their absence.
Witness the Clerk and the Seal of the Shelby Circuit Court, this 26th day of September, A.D., 1905.
M. O. Sullivan (SEAL)
Contributed by Barb Huff
Supplement Shelby Democrat
(October 1, 1898)
Thursday October 6, 1898
Page 2 column4
Mr. Copeland, of Missouri, and aged uncle of Mr. A. J. Lee, spent a few days last week with the family of Mr. Lee. He was en route to attend the soldier’s reunion.
Contributed by Barb Huff
The Shelbyville Daily Democrat
The court costs including witness fees in the Copeland will case, foot up $916.53.
Monday, July 18, 1887
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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