Shelby  County  Indiana


The  Shelbyville  News
October 1, 2001
Jacquelynn Chandler, 69, of Indianapolis, died Friday, Sept. 28, 2001, Indianapolis.
Born July 31, 1932, in Indianapolis, d/o  George and Mary (Sachs) O’Key.  She married  Forrest L. Chandler. He preceded her in death in 1993.
Survivors include one daughter,  Mrs. Michael (Sherry) Eberhart  of Shelbyville; one brother,  Arthur O’Key  of Apopka, Fla.; three sisters,  Clara J. Miller  and  Betty L. Mason, both of Indianapolis, and  Georgeanna “Janna” McCarthy  of Georgia; and two grandsons,  Heath Eberhart  and  Aaron Eberhart, both of Shelbyville.
Preceded in death by two sisters.
Mail room clerk at Brulin Chemical Co.  Previously employed with Service Spring Co and Van Camp Hardware and Iron. 
Jordan-Gray Funeral Home, 2428 E. 10th St., Indianapolis.
Burial will be in Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  News
November 24, 1999
Fred Eugene Chandler, 45, Sequim, Wash., who has relatives in Shelby County, died Sunday in Virginia Mason Hospital, Seattle, Wash.
Born Nov. 16, 1954, in Rushville, s/o James William Chandler and Trudy (Chandler) Collins.
Hotel manager.
Survivors: mother, Shelbyville; father, Milroy; a stepfather, Robert Collins, Shelbyville; stepmother, Wilma Jean Chandler, Milroy; three sisters, Carolyn Chandler, Shelbyville, Mrs. Pete (Gayle) Wilder, Forks, Wash., and Mrs. Johnathan (Janet) Hankins, Milroy; five stepsisters, Mrs. Kenny (Joanne) Woolston, Sandusky, Mrs. John (Betty) Zaphe,  Mrs. Bill (Brenda) Powers and  Phyllis Bolden, all of Greensburg, and  Mrs. Nelson (Darlene) Roberts, Burney; one halfbrother, Kevin Polston, Shelbyville; four stepbrothers, Robert Charles Dyer, Milroy, Bill Dyer,  Ron Dyer and  Jim Dyer, all of Greensburg.
Preceded in death by one brother and one step-mother.
Burns Funeral Home, Milroy, with the Rev. Ron Simbro officiating.
Burial: East Brook Cemetery, Milroy.
Contributions: American Cancer Society.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  News
September 27, 1991
          Eugene T. Chandler,  67, RR 1, Shelbyville, died at 12:10 a.m. Friday at the Sugar Creek Convalescent Center, rural Greenfield.
          Born May 1, 1924, in Indianapolis, he was a son of  Morris and  Vern (Clay) Chandler.  He lived in Shelby County all of his adult life.
          Mr. Chandler, a member of the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, was an electrician and he retired from Arco Electric in 1986.  Previously, he had worked for Drake Electric and the former General Electric plant, both of Shelbyville.
          Survivors include a son,  Ken Chandler,  Indianapolis.  A brother and four sisters preceded him in death.
          Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Carmony-Ewing Broadway Funeral Home, with the Rev. Robb Barlow officiating.  Calling will be from 3 to 7 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.  Burial will be at Mt. Pisgah Cemetery.
          Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  News
Friday, November 13, 1970
Mrs. Phebe Chandler, 85, Flat Rock, died Friday in Bartholomew Co Hosp, Columbus.
Born August 15, 1885, Scott Co, IN, d/o  John  and  Jane (Chandler) Butt.
Married 1st  Walter Clemmons in 1906; he died Dec 1951.  Married 2nd  Noah Chandler in July 1955; he survives.
Other survivors:  daughter, Mrs. Mildred Hickman, Port Richey, FL;  son, Millford Clemmons, Flat Rock;  stepdaughter,  Mrs. Marian Browning, Rio Alto, CA;  stepson, Verlin Chandler, Tucson, AZ;  brother, Clinton Butt, Yucaipa, CA;  9 grandchildren;  16 great-grandchildren.
Member of the Old Wesleyan Chapel Church, Scott Co, IN.
Norman Funeral Home in Hope with Rev. George Curtis officiating.
Burial:  Flat Rock Cemetery.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Kansas  City  Star
Kansas City, Missouri
October 10, 1911
Page 11
          William Chandler,  54 years old, sergeant of the Municipal Court died at his home, 4104 Forest Avenue, at 9:20 o'clock last night.  Mr. Chandler had been sergeant since January 1.  Previous to that timehe was the property clerk at police headquarters for two years.  Mr. Chandler had been ill two weeks.
          He was born in Shelby County, Indiana, and lived there until 1868, when he went to Topeka.  He lived there until he came to Kansas City in 1885.  At the opening of the Civil War, Mr. Chandler enlisted in the Thirty-third Indiana Volunteer Regiment as a private.  He served in this regiment during the war, having been made a captain before his service ended.  He was with Sherman on his march to the sea and served a sentence in Libby prison.
          The widow,  Mrs. Mary Belle Chandler,  and one son,  Clifford Chandler,  of this city survive.  Funeral services will be held at the home at 11 o'clock tomorrow morning.  Burial will be in Forest Hill Cemetery.
Contributed by John Addison Ballard

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