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McKenney / McKinney

The  Shelbyville  News
Tuesday, December 23, 2003
Rev. Sandra Crase  and  Patrick McKinney  exchanged wedding vows Oct. 18 at Hope Moravian Church in Hope. Rev. Tracy Pryor officiated.
The bride is d/o  Virginia Crase, of Fairland, and  Jim  and  Sheryl Crase, of Shelbyville.
The groom is s/o  Ken and  Regina Leal of Keizer, Ore., and  John and Maunee McKinney  of Riverside, Calif.
Honor attendants were  Randee Taylor  of Shelbyville, and  John McKinney, father of the groom.
Ushers:  Jimmy W. Crase, of Fairland, and  Pat Rayman, of Indianapolis.
Junior usher:  Gregory Taylor, of Shelbyville.
The bride graduated in 1988 from Triton Central High School; in 1992 from Hanover College with a bachelor of arts degree in business administration; and magna cum laude in 2002 from Moravian Theological Seminary in Bethlehem, Penn., with a master of divinity degree.  Also attended Christian Theological Seminary from 1996 to 2000.  Ordained a deacon in the Moravian Church in July of 2002.
Pastor of Morongo Moravian Church on the Morongo Indian Reservation in Banning.
Groom graduated in 1988 from Cordova Senior High School in Rancho Cordova, Calif.; served in the U.S. Air Force from 1988 to 1992; and attended Riverside California Community College; plumber with Executive Plumbing in Corona, Calif.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelby  Republican
September 12, 1918
Message From War Depart-
ment Received Today By
Sister, Mrs. Miley
          Mrs. Alzora Miley,  617 south Tompkins street, received a message this afternoon from the war department, notifying her that her brother,  Albert McKinney,  35 yeras old, had been severely wounded in action in France.  The message stated that he was injured on July 19.  The message was delivered to Mrs. Miley at the home of her daughter,  Mrs. Ruth Degelow,  21 east Locust street.
          Mrs. Miley stated today that her brother had been in France since August 1917.  He was a member of Company A, 162nd Infantry.  A brother,  Frank McKinney,  of Flat Rock, received a letter from the wounded soldier recently, in which he stated that he had been shot in the arm during an engagement and had been sent to the hospital.
          Besides the brother and sister mentioned he has two others brothers, tioned he has two other brothers,[sic] Indianapolis, and  William McKinney  of Marietta.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Tuesday, March 7, 1911
Page 3
          Justice Pollard McKenney  is arranging to open an office in one of the rooms above the Hoop drug store.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  Democrat
Monday, September 5, 1910
Page 1   column 6
Special Police for Fair Week.
          account of the fair.  Four new men are to be put on for work in the city and two are to be stationed at the wooden bridge.  The men at the bridge will be  Pollard McKinney  and  William Hinshaw.  Three of the four selected for duty in the city are  Art Clark,  William Ogden  and  Willis Crawford.  Chief Manlove will announce the name of the fourth man selected for special duty tomorrow.
          Ben McKenney  and  John Barrett,  of Indianapolis, who spent Sunday with relatives in this city, returned to the capital city today to witness the Labor Day parade.
          Clark McKenney  received a card this morning from  Scott Ray,  who has been located at Mexico, Kansas, for some time, in which he says that he will be home in two weeks.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Thursday, April 14, 1887
          Pollard McKinney  and  George W. Lazelle,  of this township, and  Henry B. Lisk,  of Mt. Auburn, have been ordered examined by the pension board, the first named for an original pension and the others for an increase.  Lee F. Wilson  is their agent.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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