The Shelby Democrat
Samuel Hillman, a prominent resident of
Marietta, died at the Methodist hospital in Indianapolis Tuesday evening at 10
o'clock, from uremia, with which he had been suffering for some time. He
was aged sixty-one years and six months.
Thursday, June 13, 1918
MARIETTA RESIDENT DIED IN HOSPITAL
Had Been in Methodist Hospital
at Indianapolis Since Last of May.
(From Wednesday's Daily.)
The deceased was born in
Bartholomew county, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hillman.
Most of this life had been spent in Shelby county. He was taken to the
hospital on May 29, 1918, in the hope of saving his life, but relief could not
Mr. Hillman is survived
by his widow, Mrs. Belle Hillman, and tow sons, namely, John H.,
who resides in Pennsylvania, and Harry H., living at Ogden,
Ill. He also leaves two half-sisters, Jane McKinney and
Emma Applegate, and two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
The death of Mr. Hillman
removes a valuable man from the Marietta neighborhood and the many friends he
had there deeply mourn his demise. The funeral services will be held at
the Marietta M. E. Church, the Red Men's lodge, of which he was a member, taking
part in the ceremony. Burial will be made in the Miller cemetery, the day
and time of the funeral to be announced tomorrow. Hendrickson & Sleeth
are the undertakers in charge.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming