Shelby County Indiana
The Indianapolis Star
SHELBYVILLE -- The county
commissioners have ordered a road election in Jackson Township, May 31, to
decide whether the George W. Scott road, more than three
miles in length, shall be improved. A road matter that had bothered the
board for more than a year was settled in the ordering of the improvement of
the Frank McKay road, nearly three miles long, in Liberty
Township, without an election. The opponents of the McKay road were
seeking the improvement of a road that embraces a three-quarters-mile stripe of
the McKay road.
May 4, 1916
Page 4 Column 4
Contributed by Virginia Latta Curulla
The Shelbyville Republican
Jesse McKay, who injured his back in this city last Wednesday while loading a wagon with coal, continues very ill at his home in Hendricks township, and he is unable to get out of bed. The services of a physician have been necessary.
Monday, February 12, 1912
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelby Democrat
A horse belonging to Harry McKay, residing near St. Vincent's Church, was killed by lightning Monday afternoon.
July 17, 1890
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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