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Eberhart / Everhart

The  Kokomo  Tribune
December 17, 1968
Page 20
3 Hoosiers Die in Florida
          Monday three Hoosiers were killed in an accident just north of Inglis, Fla.  Robert A. Eberhart,  52, Shelbyville; his wife,  Lillian,  48, and their son  Ronald,  17, were killed Monday when their car ran off U.S. 19 and hit a tree.  Two Eberhart daughters,  Diane,  10, and  Doris Ann,  5, were injured.  Police said the car driven by [?] was headed south.  Inglis is 40 miles west of Ocala.
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin

The  Shelbyville  News
Monday, April 13, 1942
Dr. and Mrs. John Eberhart to Mark Fiftieth Anniversary
                    Dr. and Mrs. John C. Eberhart  will observe their golden wedding anniversary April 29.  They will celebrate the anniversary by holding open house at their countyr home in Jackson township on Sunday afternoon and evening, April 19.
          Dr. Eberhart was born on the farm where he now resides.  He was graduated from the Danville Business College in 1897.  He is a life member of the Indiana State Dental Association.  Following his graduation he practiced dentistry for 10 years in VanWert, O.  Since 1907 he has practiced in Shelby county and now has an office on the Public Square.
          Mrs. Eberhart, the former  Anna Benton, was born at Brownstown and was graduated from the Shelbyville high school in 1889.  She later attended Indiana State Normal College at Terre Haute and taught school for three years in Shelby county.
          The couple was married in the parsonage of the First Methodist church in this city April 28, 1892, by the Rev. Charles Tinsley.  Members of the immediate families and of the church board were invited to the wedding.  A reception was held immediately following the service at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Eberhart, parents of Dr. Eberhart, and the wedding party was serenaded by  James Vandergrift,  Robert Morris, and the late  Mortimer Wilson,  Elmer Toner,  and  Dr. Walter C. McFadden.
          Dr. and Mrs. Eberhart have one son,  John Clyde Eberhart, of Jackson township, and are the grandparents of three chidren, Charles,  Miriam  and  John Eberhart, III.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Indianapolis  Star
October 17, 1915
Page 7  Column 7
          SHELBYVILLE -- Mr. and Mrs. Willard Eberhart  and son  Joseph  have gone to Orlando, Fla., to spend the winter.  They drove through in their motor car.
Contributed by Virginia Latta Curulla

The  Indianapolis  Star
May 9, 1915
Page 11
          Mr. and Mrs. Willard Eberhart  and son, Joseph, have returned from a stay of six months in the South and West.  They visited the exposition at San Francisco.
Contributed by Virginia Latta Curulla andPhyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Shelbyville, Ind.
Thursday, October 26, 1893
Page 1  Column 3
          Mrs. Ennis Eberhart, of this city and sister,  Miss Liddy Snepp,  daughter of  Trustee Snepp, of Jackson township, have returned from a protracted visit with relatives at Miamisburg, Ohio.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Daily  Evening  Democrat
Saturday, December 1, 1883
          Albert Eberhart,  who has been visiting friends in Kansas, returned to his home at Lewis Creek yesterday.  He was accompanied by his cousin,  N. F. Randolph,  of Burlington, Iowa.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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