The Shelbyville Republican
Albert N. Earnest, aged seventy-one years, died of a complication of diseases last night at his home in Gwynneville, Indiana.
Mr. Earnest had been a resident of Gwynneville for a number of years and was a retired farmer.
He was a member of the Odd Fellow’s lodge of Carthage and belonged to the Gwynneville Christian church.
The widow, Mary E. Earnest, one daughter, Earnestine Nigh
and two grandchildren of Gwynneville, and two brothers, R. F. Earnest of near Morristown and Forest M. Earnest, of Carthage, survive.
Thursday August 26, 1926
Page 1 column 5
DEATH CLAIMS AGED CITIZEN
A. N. Earnest, of Gwynneville,
Dies at Home Wednesday From Complications
FUNERAL TO BE FRIDAY
Funeral services will be held Friday at one-thirty o’clock at the Gwynneville Christian church.
Burial will be in the Asbury cemetery in charge of L. V. Hauk. The Odd Fellow’s lodge will conduct services at the cemetery.
Contributed by Barb Huff for Missie Thomas
The Indianapolis Star
J. Earnest, young man who committed suicide at Indianapolis, was buried at
Asbury cemetery, one mile north of here.
October 4, 1923
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin
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