The  Shelbyville  News
Tuesday, April 18, 2006
Karl D. Conley, 40, of Fountaintown, died Friday, April 14, 2006, in Nancy, Ky.
Pasco-Stillinger Funeral Home, 1780 W. Main St., Greenfield.
Burial:  Park Cemetery, Greenfield.
Contributions:  Family of Karl D. Conley.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming

Todd  Funeral  Home
June 2003
          Londi S. Conley,  23, of Rushville died June 8, 2003 at her residence.
          Born in Rushville August 27, 1979, she was the daughter of  Robert Hilderbrand  and  Linda Myers.  On Septmeber 20, 1997, she married  Robert Andy Conley  and he survives.  She was a homemaker and attended Hannigan Christian Church.
          Survivors include her husband  Andy Conley  of Rushville; maternal grandmother  Jean Bailey  of Rushville; father  Bob Hilderbrand  of Columbus, Indiana; mother and step-father, Linda and Terry Vandiver  of Rushville; mother- and father-in-law  Doug and  Darcy Conley  of Rush County; one brother; three sisters.  She was preceded in death by two sons.
          Funeral service will be 10:00am June 11, 2003 at Todd Funeral Home in Rushville with Re. Warren Engel officiating.  Burial will follow at Richland/Fishers Cemetery in Rush County.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

Todd  Funeral  Home
June 2001
          Fairl Conley,  82, of New Castle and formerly of Carthage, passed away June 30, 2001 at the VA Medical Center.
          Born on January 9, 1919, in Lewis County, KY, he was the son of  Hutson and Lucy Butler Conley.  He married  Thelma Jane Logan  on July 27, 1940 and she preceded him in death on August 24, 1994.  He married  Faye Smith  in 1995 and she survives.
          Mr. Conley was a U.S. Army veteran.  He was a retired construction worker and had been employed by Hunt Paving Company in Indianapolis.  He was a member of the Lewisville Church of God.
          Survivors include: wife - Faye Smith Conley  of New Castle, Indiana; two sons- Brad Conley  of Knightstown, IN and  Carlos Conley  of Olive Hill, KY; 8 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren also survive.
          He was preceded in death by his first wife, 6 brothers, 2 sisters, and 1 great grandchild.
          Funeral services will be held Tuesday, July 3, 2001 at 10 a.m. at the Todd Funeral Home, Butcher Chapel in Knightstown.  Burial will be made in Carthage Town Cemetery near Carthage, Indiana.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Logansport  Press
February 3, 1937
Page 10
State Tragedies
Indianapolis - The death toll from a truck crash near New Bethel Sunady [sic] was increased to two when  Arthur Connally  of Waldron, Shelby county, succumbed to his injuries.
Contributed by John Ballard

The  Shelby  Democrat
Monday, April 21, 1913
Had  Been  Ill  For  Several
Weeks  With  Apoplexy  And
Death  Known  to  Be  Near --
Was  Prominent  Physician.
Dr.  H.  M.  Connelly.
           Dr. H. M. Connelly, one of the most prominent and well known citizens of this city and county, died at his home, 637 South Harrison street, Sunday morning at 4:50 o'clock, after several weeks illness with apoplexy.
          He was born September 20, 1850, in Coles county, Illinois, and at the time of his death was sixty years, seven months and one day old.  His boyhood was spent in the Illinois county.  He graduated from the old Hartsville Academy in 1873 and for several years after leaving there taught school with great success.  He then decided on entering the medical profession.  In the Indiana Medical School, from which he graduated in 1882, he made high honors and was regarded as one of the best students in the school.  After leaving school he went to Flat Rock, where he remained for twenty years.  For the past ten years he has resided in this city.
          Dr. Connelly was an active member of the West Street M. E. church of this city and was also a member of Chillon lodge, K. of P.  He is survived by his wife, one son,  Earl, and one daughter,  Mrs. Grace VanCleave, of this city; two brothers,  Francis C., of the State of Washington, and  Albert C., of Oregon; one half-brother,  Joel Connelly, of Tower Hill, Ill., and one sister  Mrs. Mildred McDonald, of Oregon.
          Dr. Connelly was a member of the Masonic order in this city, being a regular attendant at the meetings.
          The funeral service will be held at the late home Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock, Rev. S. J. Cross officiating, assisted by the Rev. J. T. Scull, Sr.  Interment will be made in Forest Hill in charge of Hageman & Hendrickson.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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