Shelby  County  Indiana
Obituaries

Foreman


The  Bedford  Iowa  Press
Bedford, Iowa
Thursday, September 30, 1909
Page 4
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          Albert D. Foreman  died at his home in Hume, Mo., Sunday, September 26, and the remains were brought here Tuesday, the funeral being held at the home of his sister, Mrs. A. L. Cobb.  The funeral services were conducted Wednesday at the home, by Elder Wm. Cobb.
          The deceased was born September 21, 1849, in Shelby county, Indiana, and was the son of  Solomon and Rachael [Golding] Foreman, being one of six children, all deceased save two.  Early in life he united with the Church of Christ in Illinois.  His parents moved from Indiana to this county in 1854 where he has resided most of the time since.
          He was married Feb. 29, 1872, to  Miss Margaret Catherine Taylor, of this county and to this union there were born three daughters,  Maola [Mayola],  Susan Ethel  and  Bertha Prunelia [Permelia],  the latter dying in Parnell, Mo., about 17 years ago.
          A few years ago the deceased moved to Bates County, Mo., where on Saturday, on the streets of Hume, he was stricken with apoplexy from which he died the following day, at 4:30 p.m.
          He leaves a wife, two daughters, one brother and one sister, besides a host of relatives and friends to mourn his loss.
[Note: Marriage records, Taylor County Courthouse, Bedford, Iowa give the marriage date as February 28, 1872.]
Contributed by John Addison Ballard


The  Franklin  Democrat
Franklin, Johnson County, Indiana
Friday, January 20, 1899
Volume XXXIX, Number 28
Page 1, column 1
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          M. V. Foreman  died Saturday at his home near Edinburg.  Burial Sunday.
Notes:  Date of birth, 15 Jun 1833 - Ohio.  Date of death, 13 Jan 1899 Shelby County Indiana.
Contributed by Mark McCrady and Cathea Curry


The  Shelby  Democrat
September 26, 1889
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Fanetta S. Foreman
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          Mrs. Foreman  died at the residence of  Lafe Thomas in Marion township Friday, age 69.  Buried at Marion Sunday.
[Fanetta was the widow of Peter.  'Lafe' was Lafayette Thomas, her son-in-law, Margaret Jane's husband.  Lafe died about 1884 and Margaret Jane died 13 Feb 1919. - VF]
Obtained by Maurice Holmes and submitted by Virginia Flesher

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