A  Shelbyville  Newspaper
about 1920
Had lived in same home in
Hendricks Township for fifty-five years.

          Mrs. Phoebe Gill, 79 years and 8 days old, died at her home in Hendricks township, this morning at 7:45 o'clock, death being caused by a complication of diseases, brought on by advanced age.  She was born in Hendricks township and had spent her entire life in this county with the exception of a year's residence in Fulton County, Indiana.
          Mrs. Gill was the daughter of  James and  Mary Tucker  and was one of a family of six children.  She was married to  Gus Gill, September 12, 1861.  Six children were born, four of whom survive.  They are two sons, William F. Gill, at home, and  D. E. Gill, of Needham, and two daughters,  Miss Mary E. Gill  and  Miss Emma Gill, at the home.
          Mrs. Gill had been sick for several years and became critically ill two weeks ago.  She was a devoted member of the Christian Church at Bengal for many years.  She was highly esteemed and respected by all.  She had lived at the home where she died for the past 55 years.  Her husband died March 24, 1919.
          Besides the children named she was survived by nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren, and two brothers, E. A. Tucker, of Missouri and  George Tucker, of Anderson, Indiana.
          Funeral services will be held at the Second Mt. {Pleasant Baptist Church, Thursday afternoon at two o'clock.  The Rev. Bennett, pastor of the Bengal Christian church, officiating.  Burial will be in the Mt. Pleasant cemetery, Stewart and Fix funeral direc5tors, in charge.
Submitted by Bob Gordon

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