The Shelbyville Republican
Daniel Shaver, aged seventy-seven, retired Edinburg brick layer and a native of Shelby
County, died at 10:00 a.m. Sunday at the Major Hospital here. He had been suffering from a heart ailment
since January 23.
Tuesday, April 29, 1941
SHELBY COUNTY NATIVE PASSES
Succumbs to Heart Ailment;
services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday at the St. George Lutheran church,
of which he was a member. The Rev.
Glenn O. Mills, of Edinburg, will officiate at the services and burial will be
made at the St. George Cemetery, in charge of Farr & Gosney, funeral
directors. Friends may call at the late
home, on west Center Cross street, in Edinburg, at any time.
The son of
George and Elizabeth (Snepp) Shaver, the deceased was born in Shelby county in
August 1863. He was first married to
Miss Louise Robinson and to this union seven children were born. The wife and two children preceded Mr.
Shaver in death and in 1916 he was married to Demonia Mitchell, who survives
with five daughters, Mrs. Clara Welch, of Hope; Mrs. Edna Mohr, of this city;
Mrs. Ruth Schoen, of Indianapolis; Mrs. Reba Rust, of Columbus; and Mrs. Irene
Cheshire, of Edinburg rural route. He
is survived by a brother, William Shaver, and a sister, Mrs. Jesse Wertz, both
living on the Edinburg rural route.
He was a
member of the Red Menís lodge of Edinburg.
Submitted by Barb Huff for Terry Newman
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