The Shelbyville News
Mrs. Fannie L. Corkins, 87, New Palestine, died Monday.
Tuesday, October 26, 1971
MRS. CORKINS DIES AT 87
Member of the New Palestine Christian Church; New Palestine Chapter, Order of Eastern Star; Mary Mott Green Chapter, DAR.
Born in Shelby County, June 25, 1884, d/o John R. and Elizabeth (Thompson) Bassett. First married
Otto L. Coyle, preceded in death. Later was married Samuel Corkins, died Feb, 1965.
Surviving: three step-children, Blaine Corkins, Mrs. Dorothy Westlake, Mrs. Mary Evelyn Mills;
sister, Mrs. Harry Logan.
Burial Forest Hill Cemetery.
Submitted by Barb Huff for Submitted by Tim Coyle
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Kokomo Tribune
John Corkin, 83, died in an ambulance outside a Shelbyville hospital
late today of injuries suffered when he was struck by an automobile on
U. S. Road 52, three miles west of his home at Morristown, Ind.
June 28, 1934
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin