Shelby  County  Indiana
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Hogan


The  Shelbyville  News
Wednesday, March 1, 1995
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DONALD R. HOGAN
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Shelbyville native, age 54, Alpine, California, died Tuesday.
Born October 4, 1940, s/o  Wilber R. Hogan  and  Enola (McClure) Miller.  Father survives, New Mexico; mother survives, Shelbyville.
Graduated Shelbyville High School 1959, later from Indiana University.  Four years U.S. Air Force. Taught fourth grade for 27 years, Santee Elementary School, Santee, California.
A sister preceded him in death.
Submitted by Barb Huff
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming



The  Columbus  Republic
Bartholomew County, Indiana
15 May 1992
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Retired laborer
Norbert Hogan
Columbus
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          Norbert Hogan,  70, of Columbus, died Monday, May 11, 1992, at the home of a friend with whom he had been living.  He was a retired general laborer.  Graveside service has been tentatively scheduled for Saturday.  Further arrangements will be announced.  Barkes, Inlow and Weaver Funeral Home is in charge of funeral arrangements.
          Mr. Hogan was born Feb. 11,1922, at St. Louis Crossing, the son of  Marion J. and Verila Cummings Hogan.  Survivors include a stepson, Loren Wood  of Hope; and sisters,  Floriene Pope  of Shelbyville and  Betty J. Hogan of Franklin.
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Submitter's Note:  Below is the funeral announcement.

Ibid.
16 May 1992
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Died Monday
Norbert F. Hogan
Service today
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          Graveside service for Norbert F. Hogan, 70, of Columbus, will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. today at Sidney Cemetery at St. Louis Crossing.  Barkes, Inlow and Weaver Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
          He was preceded in death by his wife,  Elsie Hogan.  Mr. Hogan died Monday, May 11, 1992, at the home of a friend with whom he had been living.
Contributed by Phyllis Fleming and Betty Kitchen


The  Franklin  Democrat
Friday, August 25, 1893
Volume XXXIV, Number 7, page 1, column 1
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          John Hogan  a man aged sixty years died at Shelbyville last Friday.  He was thought to be almost penniless but when the undertaker came to dress the body he found securely sewed in a linen pouch closely bound around his arm $1,200 in currency.
Contributed by Mark McCrady and Cathea Curry

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