Shelby County Indiana
Bertha M. McClure
has been granted a divorce from Roy McClure in the Shelby circuit court.
She was also granted custody of the daughter, Virginia
McClure, 7 years old.
Thursday June 28, 1923
DIVORCE AND CUSTODY
Contributed by Barb Huff
The Shelby Democrat
George W. Ropp, William McKensen
and J. Edward McClure, prominent farmers of the Bengal
community, arrived home Friday from a land prospecting trip in the vicinity of
Poplar Bluff and Dexter, Mo. Stopping at Indianapolis on the way home
Messrs McClure and McKensen were touched by burglars at a hotel, Mr. McClure
losing a watch and Mr. McKensen a small purse with very little money in
it. He had secreted his roll of money in the bed. The matter was
reported to the police at Indianapolis and in this city.
September 13, 1917
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Indianapolis Star
and Miss Bessie McClure were married here Wednesday
evening. The bride is a daughter of Samuel McClure,
trustee of Hendricks Township.
September 26, 1915
Page 54 Column 4
Contributed by Virginia Latta Curulla
A Shelbyville Newspaper
Samuel McClure, who resides in
Hendricks township, came to town in a carriage this morning, bringing his family
August 13, 1908
LITTLE STORIES OF DAILY LIFE
After arriving here he drove his team to the
hitchrack near the court house and then went to see the parade. While Mr.
McClure was absent, some one went to the buggy and stole a basket filled with
good things to eat.
When the family returned to the carriage to
get their dinner, it had disappeared and bologna, cheese and crackers composed
the noonday meal.
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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