Shelby  County  Indiana


The  Shelbyville  Republican
May, 17, 1929
Death Summons Mrs. Mary Buck
Local resident succumbs to complications of disease
Three Children Survive
          Mrs. Mary Buck, 72 years of age, died at her home at 514 East Franklin street about 11 o'clock last night.  Her death was due to a complication of disease.  She had been bedfast for the last two weeks.
          Mrs. Buck was born in Madison county, December 13, 1856, the daughter of  Jacob  and  Kathryn (Catherine) Haskins (Askins).   In 1879 she was married to  Andrew Treon.  Three of six children born to them survive:  Archie Treon, of the army unit at Fort Harrison, Indianapolis;  Will Treon,  and  Scott Treon, both of this city.  She also leaves two half brothers:  Charles Shaners  of Shelbyville, and  James Shaners  of Indianapolis.
          While in good health Mrs. Buck attended the Vine Street M.P. church.  The funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock in the Fix and Son mortuary, where friends may call to view the remains.  The internment will be in the Forest Hill Cemetery.
Names in parentheses are my changes. - CK
Contributed by Courtney Krebs

The  Shelbyville  Democrat
May, 17, 1929
---------- Well known Woman Dies Thursday Night
Mrs. Mary Buck Passed Away After Two Weeks'
Illness From Complications.
          Mrs. Mary Buck, a resident of this community for many year, died at 11 o'clock Thursday night at her home 514 east Franklin street, following two weeks' serious illness due to a complication of diseases, incidental to her advance age.  During her residence in Shelbyville, Mrs. Buck had made hundreds of friends who received the announcement of her death with deep and sincere regret.
          Funeral services are to be held at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon from the C.F. Fix & Son chapel on east Broadway with burial in Forest Hill Cemetery.  The body was removed immediately after death to the Fix & Son mortuary where friends may call at any time until the funeral services.
          Mrs. Buck was the daughter of the late  Jacob  and  Kathryn Askins and was born December 12, 1856, being at the time of death seventy-two years, five months, and four days old.  In the year 1879, she was united in marriage to  Andrew Treon  and to this union six children were born, three of whom survive.  They are Arch Treon, of the U.S. Army at Fort Benjamin Harrison,  Scott  and  Will Treon, of this city.  She also leaves two half-brothers, Charles Shaner, of this city, and  James Shaner of Indianapolis.
Contributed by Courtney Krebs

The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, September 11, 1879
Page 3, column 4
          BUCK -- On the 21st of August, 1879, at his residence in Hanover township, in Shelby county, Indiana,  Mr. Henry Buck,  in the 79th year of his age.
          The deceased was born in South Carolina and moved to Indiana in the year 1830 [difficult to read], locating in Shelby county in the year 1833, where he lived up to the time of his death.  The deceased was a prominent member of the Christian Church, being one of the founders of the Hanover Christian Church.  He filled the position of County Commissioner for two terms and discharged the duties pertaining to the office to the complete satisfaction of his constituents.  The deceased was everywhere regarded as a man of the highest integrity and was at all times identified with movements which had a tendency to make the world better instead of worse.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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