The Shelbyville Republican
Funeral services have been arranged for
Mrs. Allie M. Inlow, 82, local woman who died at the W. S. Major
Hospital Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. She had been ill for two
years and in a critical condition for several weeks. Her home was at 104
W. Washington St.
August 10, 1951
RITES ARRANGED FOR MRS. INLOW
Two-Year Illness Fatal To Aged Local Resident
The rites will be held
Saturday at 2:00 p.m. at the Ewing Mortuary with Rev. E. L. Ford
officiating. Burial will be at Forest Hill cemetery. Friends may
call at the mortuary after 7:00 o'clock this evening.
The daughter of John
M. and Sarah (Headlee) Haehl, Mrs. Inlow was the last of six
children. She was born in Rush county on March 16, 1869, and resided in
the Manilla community until coming to Shelbyville in 1936. She was a
member of the First Christian Church, the Christian Women's Fellowship of the
church and also of the Shelby County chapter of American War Mothers.
In 1889 she was married
to Cyrus Ethan Inlow whose death occurred in 1936. She
is survived by two sons, Dr. W. D. Inlow and Dr.
Herbert H. Inlow of this city, eight grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son and daughter,
Dr. Fred Inlow whose death occurred in 1948, and Mrs. Alelia Sheedy
who died in 1935.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
A Shelbyville, Indiana, newspaper
Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah E. Inlow, former matron of the Lillian Snider Home for Girls at Indianapolis who died Thursday at Indianapolis were held today at Indianapolis, and burial was in Crown Hill cemetery. She had been the matron of the home for girls from 1919 to 1928 and had been assistant matron for five years. She was the widow of John W. Inlow, who had been connected with the Pettis Dry Goods Company. Mrs. Inlow was a native of Shelby county and had lived in the Morristown community. She had also lived in Alexandria, Ind.
Saturday, Jan. 3, 1931
FORMER RESIDENT DEAD
Funeral Services Held Today for Mrs. Sarah Inlow
Submitted by Janet Franklin
The Indianapolis Star
SHELBYVILLE -- Mrs. Mary Catherine
Inlow, 76 years old, mother of Dr. G. I. Inlow, county coroner,
is dead at Blue Ridge. She was stricken with paralysis and had not been
able to take nourishment for forty-six days. She was the widow of Dr.
I. W. Inlow. Tow sons and two daughters survive.
July 14, 1915
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Contributed by Virginia Latta Curulla