The  Shelbyville  News
Saturday, December 29, 1951
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RITES  ARRANGED        
        FOR  JACOB  HEY
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Lifelong  Resident  Of  City
Dies  After  Long  Illness
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          Funeral services have been arranged for  Jacob Hey, lifelong resident of Shelbyville.  The rites will be held Monday at 10:00 a.m. at the Murphy Mortuary with Rev. Alonzo M. Hamilton officiating.  Burial will be in Forest Hill cemetery.  Friends may call at the mortuary after 2:00 p.m. Sunday.
          Mr. Hey died at a Madison hospital Thursday night following a long illness.  He was 79 years of age.
          He was born in this city on December 17, 1872.  On December 24, 1919, he was married to  Mrs. Catherine Hauk, of Greentown, who survives with two step-daughters,  Mrs. Eva Marshall  of this city and  Mrs. Fred Thomas  of Greentown.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Thursday, February 19, 1946
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MRS.  ISAAC  HEY  DIES  AT  HOME
Rites  to  Be  Held  at  Home  Thursday
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          After a short illness of heart disease, Mrs. Lida Hey, age 69, wife of  Isaac Hey, died at the home on the Columbus road at 10:00 a.m. Monday.
          Born in Bartholomew county on May 8, 1876, she was the daughter of  Charles and  Emily Golding.  She was married to  John W. Cockerham  in Knox county in 1895, and to this union 10 children were born, six of whom are surviving.  Mr. Cockerham died in 1939.  She was married to Mr. Hey on October 24, 1943.
          Survivors with the husband are six sons,  Charles,  Cecil,  Frank  and  Spencer,  of Shelbyville, and  John  and  August, of Indianapolis; one sister,  Mrs. William Morning,  of Shelbyville; two half-sisters,  Mrs. Stella Small, of Montgomery; three half-brothers,  Albert,  John  and  Raymond Anderson, of Knox county, and nine grandchildren.
          Mrs. Hey was a member of the First Evangelical Church of this city.  Funeral services will be held at the late home at 2:00 p.m. Thursday with Rev. R. F. Rasche officiating.  Burial will be in Forest Hill cemetery in charge of Loren H. Murphy, funeral director.  Friends may call at the home after noon today.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Democrat
Thursday, December 18, 1913
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LIFE  LONG  RESIDENT  OF  COUNTY  IS  DEAD
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Mrs. Minerva Hey Died At Home
in Shelby Township This Afternoon
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          Mrs. Minerva (Maple) Hey, sixty-nine years old, one of the well-known and highly esteemed women of the county, wife of  Peter Hey, died at their home in Shelby township, one and half miles northwest of Fenns, this afternoon at one-thirty o'clock, from dropsy.  She had been suffering for the past two months from the terrible disease and the end did not come unexpectedly to her relatives and many friends, as she had been lying in a critical condition for the past week.
          Mrs. Hey was the daughter of the late  Mr. and Mrs. David Maple of this county, and her entire life had been spent in the township in which she lived when the death angel called her away.  She was one of the best known women in the southern part of the county and was loved and esteemed by all her acquaintances for her many good traits of character.  She was a good christian woman and could always be found at the bedside of a sick friend or ready to help any one who was in need.  The news of the death will bring sadness to many homes.
          In 1872, deceased was married to Mr. Hey and their life together had been a most happy one.  Ten children were born to bless the union, all of whom survive with their father.  She was a loving mother and a devoted wife and the grief-stricken family will have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire county in their great bereavement.
          The children who survive with the husband are seven boys and three girls.  The sons are  William,  John W.,  George W.,  Thomas H.,  and  Daniel  at home;  Charles F., of Noble township;  David, of Shelby township, and the daughters are  Mrs. Delman Clark, of Washington township and  Mrs. Alvin Ray  and  Mrs. Oscar Smith, of Shelby township.  Deceased is also survived by three brothers --- William Maple, of this city;  David Maple, of White county, and  Melvin Maple, of Howard county, and one sister, Mrs. John Plunkett, of the state of Washington.
          The funeral arrangements had not been made at time for press and will be announced later by Hageman & Hendrickson.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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