The  Shelbyville  News
Friday July 27, 1979
Oda F. Arbuckle  of R.R.2, Rushville died St. Francis Hospital in Indianapolis July 26, 1979.
He was born January 13, 1899 in Rockville, son of  Francis  and  Rose (Alvey) Arbuckle.
Married on April 11, 1935 to  Irma V. Nance,  who is the only immediate survivor.
Four brothers and two sisters preceded in death.
He was a member of the Fairland United Methodist Church.
Moster & Sons Mortuary of Rushville in charge.  Burial in Fairland Cemetery.
Contributed and summarized by Barb Huff  for Aventar McGuire

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Wednesday December 30, 1936
Russell Arbuckle Dies in City Hospital at Indianapolis
          Russell Arbuckle,  a former resident of Fairland, died yesterday in the City Hospital at Indianapolis following a brief illness.
          Mr. Arbuckle was born in Shelby county, according to friends in Fairland, and had lived in the county all of his life before he moved to Indianapolis several months ago.
          He was married to  Miss Martha Beaumont, daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaumont,  who live about four miles north of Fairland.
          Besides the widow, several brothers and sisters were said to survive.
          Funeral services will be held at the home of the parents-in-law. The time however, has not been announced.
[Buried Fairland Cemetery]
Contributed by Barb Huff  for Aventar McGuire

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Monday January 21, 1935
Funeral Services For Fairland Woman, 73,
Will Be Held on Tuesday
          Mrs. Rosa Arbuckle, widow of the late  Francis M. Arbuckle, passed away in her home in Fairland Sunday night at 8:40 o'clock.
          The deceased was the daughter of  William and  Mary Alvey  and was born in Liberty, Indiana.  At the time of her death she was seventy-three years, ten months and twenty-nine days of age.  On September 17, 1880, she was united in marriage with Mr. Arbuckle.
          Mrs. Arbuckle was a member of the Fairland Chapter No. 359, Order of Eastern Star, and of the Fairland Methodist Church.
          She leaves five sons, Roy  and  Alva Arbuckle, of Shelbyville;  Harry,  Oda  and  Russell  of Fairland; two daughters;  Mrs. Chester Branson  of Fairland and  Mrs. Ferd Nail  of Westport; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
          The funeral services will be held at the Fairland M.E. Church Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock with the Rev. Charles R. Query officiating.  Interment will be made in the Fairland cemetery in charge of J. C. Wilson, Indianapolis, funeral director.
Contributed by Barb Huff  for Aventar McGuire

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Monday April 10, 1933
Page 6 column 2
Francis Arbuckle, 77, Passes Away At Home
In Fairland; Funeral To Be Tuesday
          Francis M. Arbuckle, well known resident of Fairland, passed away at his home there Sunday morning after suffering a heart attack.  His death was quite sudden and came as a shcok to his family and many friends.
          Mr. Arbuckle was born near Hartsville August 1, 1856, being at the time of death seventy-seven years old.  In 1881, he was united in marriage to  Miss Rossell Alvy  to which union seven children were born, all of whom survive.  They are,  Roy,  Harry,  Alva,  Russell  and  Oda Arbuckle  and two daughters,  Mrs. Bert Nail  and  Mrs. Bersa Branson.
          Besides the wife and children, he also leaves seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.  The deceased was a member of the First Christian Church at Hartsville.
          Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at ten o'clock at the late home with the Rev. William Ryland, pastor of the Methodist church, officiating.  Burial will be in the Fairland cemetery with John Wilson, Indianapolis, funeral director in charge.
Contributed by Barb Huff  for Aventar McGuire

The  Shelbyville  Democrat
Saturday October 12, 1929
Mrs. Amanda Alice Arbuckle Passed Away|
at Eight-Thirty O’clock This Morning
          Several months of a complication of diseases resulted in the death of Mrs. Amanda Alice Arbuckle, wife of  Sanford Arbuckle, at the home, 250 west Taylor street, at eight thirty o’clock this morning. Mrs. Arbuckle had been seriously ill the last five weeks.
          Funeral services will be conducted from the home at one-thirty Monday afternoon with the Rev. Paul Million officiating. Burial will be at Manilla Cemetery with Carmony Brothers funeral directors in charge.
          Mrs. Arbuckle was a life-long resident of the Manilla and Shelbyville communities.  From her birth, May 28, 1866, until seven years ago she had lived in and near Manilla.  Since that time she had lived in Shelbyville.  At the time of her death she was sixty-three years, five months and fifteen days old.  She was married on October 31, 1884.
          She is survived by the husband three daughters,  Mary and  Lottie, at home;  Mrs. Gertrude Brooks, of Manilla, and one son,  Howard Arbuckle, of Indianapolis.  She also leaves four grandchildren, two brothers,  Robert Shook, of Manilla; and  Charles Shook, of Newcastle; the sisters are  Mrs. Mary Creed, of Manilla; and  Ida Shook, of Newcastle.
          She had been a life-long member of the Manilla Christian church and her life had been a splendid example of goodness for all who knew her.
Contributed by Barb Huff

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Monday December 27, 1920
Page 1 column 5
Mrs. Earl Arbuckle Died Friday Afternoon
At Home Near Rays Crossing
          Funeral services for  Mrs. Edith O. Arbuckle, wife of  Earl Arbuckle, who died Friday at 2:10 o'clock in the Christian Church, at Rays Crossing, the Rev. James L. Brown and the Rev. Polk officiating.  Burial was made in Forest Hill cemetery, Stewart & Fix in charge.
          Mrs. Arbuckle was twenty-seven years old.  Her death was caused by peritonitis and followed the birth of a boy, Byron Arbuckle, on week ago.  Mrs. Arbuckle was a member of the Christian Union church at Rays Crossing.
          She was the daughter of  Mr. and Mrs. Jasper N. McKay, of this county.  On January 2, 1918, she was married to Mr. Arbuckle.  She is survived by her husband, her son, her father, three sisters,  Mrs. Aquilla Marshall, of this city;  Miss Hazel McKay, at home; and  Mrs. Art Winkler, of Kokomo, and one brother, Robert McKay  of Shelbyville.
Contributed by Barb Huff for Bob McKenzie

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