Shelby  County  Indiana
Obituaries

Hayes


The  Morristown  Messenger
December 23, 1969
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C. L. 'DOC'  HAYS  DIES  IN  HOSPITAL
C. L. 'Doc' Hays, 85, of Morristown, died Tuesday.
Morristown resident since 1921.  Member Morristown Christian Church, F.&A.M., Eastern Star, F.O.P, Carpenter's Local No. 60.
Born 25 Apr 1884, Rushville, s/o  John B. and Cynthia (Harris) Hayes.  1909 married  Vonnie Shelton, who died June, 1965.
Surviving:  daughter, Mrs. Rupert (Pauline) Poer,  sister, Mrs. Ethel Kemper Bond.
Burial in Asbury Cem.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  News
Monday, June 21, 1965
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MRS. HAYES  DIES  IN  HOSPITAL
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          Mrs. Vonnie Hayes, 77, Morristown, wife of  C. L. (Doc) Hayes, died today.
Born in Shelby County, 11 Feb 1888, d/o  Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Shelton.  Lifelong Morristown community resident.
Married 25 Aug 1909.  Husband survives w/daughter, Mrs. Rupert (Pauline) Poer, and a brother, J. A. Shelton.
Member of the Morristown Christian Church, Pollyanna Club, Order of Eastern Star, graduated Morristown High School.
Burial in Asbury Cem.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming


A  Shelbyville  Newspaper
Monday, November 16, 1953
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FORMER  COUNTY
WOMAN  DIES
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Funeral for Mrs. Hayes
To Be in North Carolina
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          Mrs. Sally Hayes,about 87, native of Shelby county and former resident of Morristown, died at a nursing home at Raleigh, N.C., at 9:21 this morning.  Mrs. Hayes, who spent the greater part of her life in Shelby county, went to North Caorlina to reside with her two daughters following the death of her husband,  John,  four years ago.  She was a charter member ofthe Morristown Order of Eastern Star.
          The daughters are  Mrs. Perry Case  of Wilson, N.C., and  Mrs. Roberta Hinson  of Sanford, N.C.  Also surviving are three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren, and three step-children,  Lloyd Hayes  and  Mrs. Maggie Poer  of Morristown and  Mrs. Frank Kemper  of Gwynneville.
          Funeral services will be held at Wilson, N.C., Sunday at 2:30 p.m.  Burial will be in the southern city.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Thursday, September 5, 1946
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HEART  ATTACK  CAUSES  DEATH
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          John B. Hayes, 89 year old Moristown carpenter, died suddenly Tuesday evening at his home in that community.  His death was attributed to a heart attack.
          Mr. Hayes, who was born in Rush county on October 10, 1856, had been a resident of Morristown practically his entire life and was widely known throughout the community.  He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Sally Hayes;  a daughter, Mrs. Roberta Hinson, Sanford, N.C.; a step-daughter, Mrs. Perry Case, Wilson, N.C.; a son and three daughters by a former marriage, L. C. Hayes, Morristown;  Mrs. C. K. Poer, Gwynneville;  Mrs. Frank Kemper, Gwynneville, and  Mrs. J. Harvey Snider, Fountaintown; 10 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
          The deceased was a member of the Christian Church, the Morristown Masonic lodge and Order of Odd Fellows, and the chapter and council and commandery of the Masonic lodge at Rushville.
          Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 2:00 p.m. in the L. V. Hauk mortuary, with the Rev. M. F. Harmon officiating.  Burial will be made in the Asbury cemetery.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


A  Shelbyville  Newspaper
Tuesday, August 15, 1922
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NATIVE  OF  SOUTH
PART  BURIED  TODAY
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Samuel Hayes, Born in Jollity
And Well Known Here
Died At Franklin.
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          Funeral services for the late  Samuel Hayes,  73 years old, a native of the Jollity neighborhood, who died at his home in Franklin, Ind., were held this afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the Grace M. E. church in Franklin and burial was made in the cemetery there.  The Rev. Joseph L. Stout, the pastor, assisted by the Rev. George W. Carnes, pastor of the Jollity M. P. church, officiated.
          Mr. Hayes, who was one of the prominent livestock commission merchants at Indianapolis for a number of years and a member of the firm of Hayes, Allen & Co., was born in the Jollity community and was reared there, following the farming vocation.  He went to Indianapolis in 1905 and entered the livestock commission field in which he was engaged for 10 years until the death of his partner, after which he retired.  Recently he had been engaged in the real estate business at Franklin.
          Residents of the south part of Shelbycounty considered Mr. Hayes one of the best men who ever went out from that section of the community.  He was honest and fair in his dealings and dependable in all his undertaking.  Mr. Hayes was a member of the Jollity M. P. church for 40 years and had been a member of the Masonic order for 50 years, his membership being in the Edinburg lodge.  He was also a charter member of the Knights of Pythias lodge at Marietta.
          Surviving is the widow,  Mrs. Eliza E. Hayes  and one son,  Lewis O. Hayes, of New York City.  Also, a granddaughter,  Miss George Hayes.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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