Shelby  County  Indiana
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Worland


The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, July 17, 1919
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ENTERTAINED  HONOR
OF  RETURNED  SONS
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Dinner Given Sunday by Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Worland
for Chester and Ralph
E. Worland.
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(From Tuesday's Daily.)
          Mr. and Mrs. Charles Worland  entertained a large crowd of relatives and friends Sunday at their home, 627 west Franklin street in honor of their sons,  Ralph E. Worland  and  Chester Worland  who have recently returned from service, the former serving in the navy as a pharmist's mate and the latter in the army as a member of the 658 aero squadron.
          Several other returned service men were present for the day which was spent in playing games and conversation.  At the noon hour an excellent dinner was served which included all the good things to eat:  fried chicken featuring the repast.
          Those present for the dinner were  Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelis  and son,  Mr. and Mrs. Otis Smith  and family;  Mr. and Mrs. John Terhune,  Mrs. Nelis;  Mrs. Nicely;  Mrs. Emma Stiner;  V. Huffen;  Charles Hemphill;  Jesse Hall  and  Thomas Potter,  of Indianapolis;  Mrs. William Coulston  and family, of Lawrenceburg;  Mrs. Fred Oakley  and  Mrs. Swango,  of Vevay;  Charles Worland  of Waldron.  Those from this city were  Mr. and Mrs. James Worland,  Mr. and Mrs. Tobis Worland  and family,  Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gathman,  Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Kennedy  and daughter,  Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Carter,  Mrs. Alice Young,  Mrs. Bert Paxton  and daughter,  Mr. and Mrs. George Richardson  and family,  Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Miley,  Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ewicks,  Mr. and Mrs. Ora Richardson,  and the  Misses Freda Worland,  Sadie Miley,  Marie Maley,  Emma Young,  Orpha Tucker,  Olive Dill,  Marie Schaeffer,  Frances Roberts,  Goldie Hatfield,  Esthel Shippled,  and the  Messrs. John Worland,  Ralph Miley,  Arnold Dow,  Roy Young,  Iva Cambpell,  Clancy Richardson,  Russell Price,  Millard Kanouse  and  Robert Worland.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Indianapolis  Star
Indianapolis, Indiana
Nov. 22, 1918
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BELIEVES SON STILL LIVES
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SHELBYVILLE, Ind., Nov. 21, --- Charles G. Worland  is reported missing in action since Oct. 6 in an official telegram received by his mother, Mrs. Alice Worland.  He is a brother of Russell Z. Worland, who died in France of influenza-pneumonia Oct. 12.  His mother believes there is a mistake in the telegram, as she has received two letters from him dated Oct. 12 and 18.  His last letter stated that he had been shot through the hand and was in a hospital.
Contributed anonymously


The  Indianapolis  Star
July 11, 1915
Page 30   Column 7
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SHELBYVILLE.
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          Mrs. Roy Nelis  of Indianapolis, is here the guest of  Mrs. Charles Worland.
Contributed by Virginia Latta Curulla


The  Shelbyville  Democrat
Monday, December 15, 1913
Page 1
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          Mrs. Charles Worland, of Franklin avenue is spending the week in Indianapolis the guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelis.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, August 24, 1911.
Page 4   Column 4
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          A petition has been filed in the Shelby circuit court by  Frank Zoble  and others to have  John Oscar Worland  declared a person of unsound mind and incapable of managing his estate.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Democrat
June 9, 1904
Page 4   column 1
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          Mrs. Emma Worland  desires to offer her sincere thanks to the many friends who were so kind in her recent bereavement at the death and burial of her son,  Ray.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Friday, September 29, 1899
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          William Worland, an old Shelby county boy, is here from Nebraska visiting old friends.  He formerly resided near Bynum.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Friday, October 7, 1898
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          Mr. Vincent Worland,  who is farming 100 acres of land in Carroll county, is here to see his sister, Mrs. Arch Simms, of West Hendricks street.  On July 13 a member of Mr. Worland's family was taken with typhoid fever and since that time there have been six ...  returning home she was taken with the same disease but is now better.  Mr. Worland is one of the best men that ever left Shelby county and his friends will be pleased to know that his family has about recovered and that he is prospering on this big farm.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, December 27, 1894
Page 3 column 3
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          Ex-Recorder Barney Worland  is here from Illinois to attend the funeral of his mother.  His old friends are all glad to see him.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelby  Republican
February 2, 1893
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          Word has been received in this city that  Barney Worland,  formerly recorder of this county, is sick of lung fever at his home near Neoga, Illinois.
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Democrat - Volunteer.
Shelbyville, Ind.
Feb. 26, 1880.
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OFFICIAL  ORGAN  OF  SHELBY  COUNTY.
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CITY  AND  COUNTY.
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          The smoke-house of  Stephen Worland, about three miles south-east of this place, took fire on Sunday afternoon and a considerable portion of the structure was burned before discovery.  The meat was also a good deal damaged.  The family were absent from home at the time of the accident, which is supposed to have been caused by an ash-box that had been set in the building.
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  National  Volunteer
SHELBYVILLE, INDIANA
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March 2, 1854
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         Hymenial - - married on the 2nd inst., by the Rev. Mr. Maloney, Mr. John McCrury and  Mrs. Susan Ann Worland  of Addison Township, Shelby County.
Abstracted by Maurice Holmes, in his book Shelbyville, Indiana, Newspaper Excerpts: 1853-1859.  Submitted by Sherry Badgley Ryan, with permission from the author.

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