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McNamara


The  Shelbyville  Democrat
Thursday, June 13, 1912
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          The Ladies' Aid Society of the Fairview church in VanBuren township held a most enjoyable meeting at the home of Mrs. Calla McNamara, near the church, last evening.  Ice cream and cake were served the guests, who numbered eighty, and an interesting program was given.  Miss Bessie Lisher  and  Carl and Marie Murnan gave recitations that were highly appreciated by the company.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelby  Democrat
April 27, 1911
Page 4   column 3
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M'NAMARA  DID  NOT  HAVE
RELATIVES  IN  SHELBY
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Man Accused of Being Implicated in
Dynamiting Outrage at Los Angeles
Not Known Here
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(From Monday's Daily.)
          John J. McNamara who was arrested in Indianapolis Saturday evening, on the charge of being implicated in the dynamiting of the Llewellyn iron works at Los Angeles, Cal., last December, is not related to the members of the McNamara family in Shelby county.  The Democrat talked with persons of that name who live in VanBuren township over the telephone today, but they said they had never heard of McNamara until after his arrest.
          Sentiment locally about the outcome of McNamara's trial is somewhat divided.  Some criticism of the manner in which the accused man was spirited out of the state in a big automobile has been heard from certain quarters.  McNamara was taken to Chicago Saturday night.  Governor Marshall today gave out a newspaper interview in which he stated that no more persons would be extradited before they had had the opportunity of having a court hearing.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  National  Volunteer
February 4, 1869
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          Sheriff offered for sale lot 23 in Fairland and the undivided one fourth of real estate in Section 23, Township 13, Range 6, as property of Francis S. Kinney at the suit of William P. Rush, adm.of the estate of  J. McNamara, deceased.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Volunteer
August 30, 1866
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          Bartholomew McNamara  vs.  Mary McNamara  a pending suit for divorce.  Mary was listed as a non-resident.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  National  Volunteer
March 20, 1856
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          Whereas my wife, Mary, has left my bed and board and taken with her 3 of my children, without just cause.
Bartholomew McNamara                        
Submitted by Melinda Moore Weaver

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