Shelby  County  Indiana
Obituaries

Lewis


The  Sheboygan  Press
Sheboygan, Wisconsin
November 30, 2010
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            Cecil "George" Lewis, 68, of 1714 N. 3rd St., died peacefully at his home, surrounded by his loving family on Friday, November 26, 2010.
            Born October 24, 1942 in Joplin, Missouri, George was a son of the late Cecil Henry and Edith Irene Fleming Lewis.
            He attended school in Arizona and graduated from Yuma Union High School.  He then went on to serve his country in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War from 1960 to 1964, serving in the 1st Missile Division, Strategic Air Command.
            On June 13, 1964, he was united in marriage to  Lynne Irene Riera in Yuma, AZ.
            George was a freight train conductor for the Southern Pacific Railroad for 33 years, retiring on April 10, 1997.
            He was a member of Crossroads Community Church. George loved to spend time with his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, no matter how sick he felt. On of his greatest joys was to go watch his grandson Cody play soccer and baseball. George's family was the brightness in his life. Camping, fishing and bowling were activities he also liked to do.  While camping, he loved to sit around the campfire having his grandchildren feed him the s'mores they made. During his retirement, he enjoyed several cruises with his loving wife and traveling around before becoming ill 6 years ago.
            He is survived by his wife, Lynne; his daughter, Cecilia "Cece" Lewis-Weis of Sheboygan; his son, Christopher (Audrey) Lewis of Sheboygan; ten grandchildren, Shaun Halstead of Stevens Point, WI, Brittany (Dustin) Bremer of Sheboygan, Justin Halstead, currently deployed in Iraq, Cody Weis of Sheboygan, Kaila Lewis of Minot, ND,  Tricia,  Carrisa,  Dustin "Tyler",  Nadia and  Tryston Lewis, all of Sheboygan; his two great grandchildren,  Anna and  Caleb Bremer of Sheboygan; his sister,  Nina (Arthur) Grueneberger of Sacramento, CA; a brother-in-law,  W. Rhoades (Karen) Riera of Tucson, AZ; and his mother-in-law, Gloria Riera of Tucson, AZ.
He was preceded in death by his father Cecil Henry Lewis, his mother Edith Messer; and his brothers  Albert and  Robert Lewis.
Addition note from the December 5th edition:
            Memorial services for George will take place at 11:00 A.M. on Tuesday, December 7, 2010 at the Lippert-Olson Funeral Home, 1132 Superior Avenue. Pastor Jeff Jaeger from Crossroads Community Church will officiate. Family and friends are welcome at the funeral home on Tuesday from 9:00 A.M. until the time of service. Inurnment will take place in Calvary Cemetery with full Military Honors.
Contributed by Arliss


The  Gazette
Colorado Springs, Colorado
October 3, 2010
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          Colonel Armit William Lewis, United States Air Force, Retired, passed away on Monday, August 9, 2010. He retired after serving his country for 31 years. Col. Lewis was born on February 4, 1921 in Shelbyville, Indiana to Charles William and Martha Anne (Roberts) Lewis. He was a graduate of Shelbyville High School. He joined the Army Air Corps in 1940 and became a highly decorated fighter pilot who served during World War II. He married Margo H. McCann on December 21, 1946 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Margo passed away in 2009. He is survived by his son Meredith (Med) Lewis, and wife Carole, of Charlotte, NC; daughter Martha Lewis of Charlotte, NC; son Mark Lewis of Edmond, OK and son Matthew Lewis of Colorado Springs; six grandchildren and five great grandchildren. A combined memorial service for Armit and Margo will be held at 2:00 pm on Wednesday, October 6, 2010 at the Shrine of Remembrance "America the Beautiful" Chapel where Air Force honors will be rendered. Memorials in their names may be made to the local ASPCA or a charity of choice.
Contributed by John Addison Ballard


The  Shelbyville  News
Monday July 22, 1985
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Fern Dill Wood Lewis, 89, Shelbyville, died Sunday, Major Hospital.
Born in Shelby County on September 6, 1895, to Adam and Millie (McCarty) Dill.
Married to G. Ray Wood in April 1914; he died on July 27, 1971. 
Later married  L. R. Lewis; he died in 1975.
Survived by a daughter, Mrs. Dorcas J. Wood Collins, R.R. 2, Shelbyville; two grandchildren; and eight great grandchildren.
Beautician and a self-taught artist who won many awards for her work.
Christian Scientist.
One brother and one sister preceded her in death.
Ewing Mortuary, Rev. Jan Hobbs officiating. 
Burial:  Lewis Creek Baptist Cemetery.
Contributed by Barb Huff


The  Shelbyville  News
Monday January 2, 1978
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Avonelle L. Lewis, 72, died at 9:15 p.m. Saturday at Major Hospital.
Former society editor of The Shelbyville News, retired in 1961.
Resided on Columbus Road R.R.5 Shelbyville.
Carmony Funeral Home.
Burial:  Lewis Creek Baptist church Cemetery.
Born October 27, 1905 in Addison township, to  William and Martha Ann (Roberts) Lewis.
Surviving:  two brothers, Kermit E. Lewis, R.R.5 Shelbyville, and Col. (retired) Armit W. Lewis, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
An infant brother preceded in death in 1908.
Lifelong Shelbyville resident.
Past grand president of Kappa Kappa Sigma, an office she held in 1935.
Charter member of the local Nu chapter organized in 1930.
Member of the Associate Nu Beta chapter for 25 years and the First Presbyterian Church.
Contributed by Barb Huff


The  Shelbyville  News
Wednesday, January 2, 1952
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COUNTY  MAN'S
FATHER  DIES
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          Ira H. Lewis,  resident of Hoopeston, Ill., and father of  Robert Lewis,  owner of the Gwynneville Canning Company, died at the Land Nursing Home at Morristown Tuesday afternoon at 2:45.  He had been in failing health for five yeras and had been a patient at the nursing home for three months.
          MR.  LEWIS,  who had been a resident of Illinois the greater part of his life, was 80 years of age.  Surviving with the son Robert are another son and a daughter and the widow.
          Funeral services will be held in Hoopston Friday at 2:00 p.m. in charge of the L. V. Hauk Funeral Home.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Saturday January 22, 1949
Page 1 column 6
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DEATH  CLAIMS  LOCAL  WOMAN
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Funeral Services for Mrs. Nellie Lewis Monday
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          Mrs. Nellie M. Lewis, 76, widow of Paris D. Lewis, died at 5:00 a.m. today at her home, 268 E. Franklin Street, after an illness of several months.
          The daughter of  Samuel  and  Minerva Coyle, she was born in Olney, Illinois, June 30, 1872.  Her marriage to Paris D. Lewis took place July 7, 1895.  Mr. Lewis died January 22, 1940. Mrs. Lewis was a member of the First Christian Church.
          Surviving are two daughters,  Mrs. Delbert Kerr and  Mrs. Hulda Westerfield, both of Shelbyville and five grandchildren.  The late Rev. Frank A. Coyle, was a brother.
          Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Monday at the Murphy Mortuary with Rev. E.L. Ford officiating.  Burial will be made in Forest Hill cemetery.  Friends may call at the mortuary after noon Sunday.
Contributed by Barb Huff  for Gary Stanford


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Wednesday, April 9, 1941
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MRS. LEWIS  SUCCUMBS
YOUNG  MATRON  DIES  IN  HOSPITAL
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Mrs. Kermit Lewis Ill Three Weeks,
Passes; Rites Thursday
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        Mrs. Dorothy Lewis,  age twenty-nine years, wife of State Patrolman  Kermit E. Lewis  and one of the city's most widely known younger women, died at 6:55 a.m. Tuesday at the Major hospital, where she had been undergoing treatment the past two weeks.  Her death was attributed to an intestinal obstruction.
          Mrs. Lewis became seriously ill about three weeks ago and was moved from her home, on Columbus road just south of the city, to the hospital on March 22.
          May Queen of Shelbyville high school when she graduated in 1929, Mrs. Lewis was widely known throughout the community and word of her death came as a distinct shock to hundreds of friends.
          She was the daughter of  J. C. Rhodes,  widely known Shelbyville businessman, and  Mrs. Clara Rhodes,  and was born here May 22, 1911.  After graduating from Shelbyville high school in 1929, she attended Franklin College, where she became a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority.  She was married to Mr. Lewis October 15, 1935.
          Beside her husband, she is survived by the parents and two sisters,  Mrs. Carl LeClerc,  of this city, and  Mrs. R.B. Stuart,  of Cincinnati.
          Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday at the late home, on the Columbus road, with  Dr. C.A. Bowler officiating, assisted by the Rev. Walter P. Halbert.  Burial will be made at Forest Hill cemetery, in charge of Edwards & Kohlmeyer, funeral directors.
          Friends may call at the home at any time.
Submitted by Barb Huff  for Donna Perry


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Saturday January 25, 1941
Page 8 column 4
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PARIS  D. LEWIS  CALLED  BY  DEATH
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Former Resident of City, 72, Dies
Following 3-Year Illness
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          Paris D. Lewis, age seventy-two, resident of Shelbyville, died Friday at 2:00 a.m. at Madison following a three-year illness.  Death was due to a complication of diseases.
          Mr. Lewis was born April 21, 1868, in Rush county, the son of  Charles W. and  Rachel (Flynn) Lewis.  He was a plasterer by trade and had resided in Shelby county and Shelbyville for many years at 485 West Hendricks.
          On July 7, 1895, he was married to  Myrtle Coyle,  who survives with two of three children born to the couple.  The children are  Mrs. Frankie Fagel  and  Mrs. Huldah Westerfield,  both of this city.  Also surviving are two half-brothers,  George and  William Lewis,  of St. Paul, one half-sister,  Mrs. Holman Platt, also of St. Paul, five grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
          Mr. Lewis was a member of the Old Vienna church of Rush county.
          Funeral services will be held at the Fix & Son mortuary at 2:00 o’clock Sunday afternoon in charge of the Rev. Charles Hager, pastor of the Calvary Baptist church.  Friends may call after 12:00 noon today.
Contributed by Barb Huff  for Gary Stanford


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Thursday, March 23, 1939
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DR.  WILLIAM  LEWIS
DIES  IN  OKLAHOMA
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Former Waldron Resident's
Death Occurs ------------
          Word ahs been received by relatives in Shelby county of the sudden death of    which occurred at Guthrie, Okla.  Dr. Lewis was formerly a resident of Waldron, having moved to Oklahoma eighteen years ago.  He is survived by the widow and other relatives.
          According to the report, the body will be returned to Shelby county for burial.  No definite arrangements have yet been made, but it was announced that the funeral tires will be conducted at the Waldron M. E. church of which the deceased was a member.
          Dr. Lewis was also a member of the Masonic and Odd Fellows.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Thursday, March 22, 1934
Page 1, column 4
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MRS. DORA  LEWIS  DIES  IN  FAIRLAND
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Funeral Services Saturday, 2 P.M.
For Lifelong Resident Of Shelby County
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CHILDREN,  SISTERS  SURVIVE
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          Mrs. Dora Hughes Lewis died at her home in Fairland last night at 8:45 after an illness of two months.  She has suffered a stroke recently.
          Mrs. Lewis was born in Shelby county in 1860, [July 20, 1859] being at the time of her death seventy-four years of age.  She has been a resident of this county all her life and her husband Simmons Lewis passed away thirty-three years ago.  Mrs. Lewis was a member of the U. B. Church.
          The deceased is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Stella Nave, of Johnson county, and  Mrs. Grace Fox, of Dayton, Ohio; three sons, Robert Lewis of Shelby county;  Evan, of this city, and  Dr. Carl Lewis, of Jeffersonville, Illinois; seven grandchildren and six sisters,  Mrs. Will Robinson  and  Mrs. Mary Chadwick, both of this city;  Mrs. Mazie Chadwick, of Indianapolis;  Mrs. Anna Patton  and  Miss Jennie Hughes both of Morristown.
          Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the late home, with the Rev. A. A. Shenck, pastor of the Fairview M. P. Church officiating.  Burial will be in the Mausoleum in charge of L. V. Hauk, funeral director of Morristown.
Submitted by Barb Huff for Marilyn Campbell


The  Shelbyville  Republican
January 27, 1926
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ROBERT  LEWIS
DIED  LAST  NIGHT
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Prominent Farmer of Wash-
ington Township Passed
Away At His Home.
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FUNERAL  SERVICE  SATURDAY
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          Robert C. Lewis,  well known farmer of Washington township, passed away at his home two and one-half miles southwest of Lewis Creek last night at 8:45 o'clock from a complication of diseases and dropsy.  He had been in a serious condition since November.  He was the son of  Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lewis,  and was born in Bartholomew county on March 25, 1857, being 68 years old at the time of his death.
          On November 21, 1897 he was married to  Miss Cecelia A. Jacklin  and to them four children were born, three of whom are left to mourn the death:  Anna and  Morris  at home, and  Howard,  of this city.  He also leaves one sister,  Mrs. Ann Fenton,  of Indianapolis, one brother,  Howard,  of Chicago.  The body was moved to the home of  John Jacklin  where friends may call.
          Funeral services will be held at the Smithland Baptist church Saturday afternoon at two o'clock with Rev. I. C. Overman pastor of the First Baptist church of this city officiating.  Interment will be made in Forest Hill in charge of Morris H. Sleeth.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelby  Democrat
June 24, 1915
Page 7   column 3
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BELOVED  WOMAN  IS
CALLED  BY  DEATH
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MRS. MEDORA  LEWIS  DIED  THIS
MORNING  AT  HER  HOME  IN
NOBLE  TOWNSHIP.
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          Mrs. Medora Lewis,  65 years old, one of the widely known and highly esteemed ladies of the county, wife of  Simpson Lewis,  died at their home in Noble township, one mile northeast of Geneva, at one-forty-five o'clock this morning, from cancer.  She fell a victim to the terrible disease a number of years ago and her suffering had been almost unbearable, but despite it all she bore her affliction without a word of complaint and expressed herself several days ago as being willing to go and meet her Savior.
          Deceased was born and reared in Noble township, being the daughter of the late  Charles and  Mary Gregory.  She was known to practically every resident of Noble townshp and all who knew her loved and respected her for her many womanly traits of character, and the news of her death will bring sadness and grief to all her acquaintances.
          Mrs. Lewis was a member of the Methodist church and had always been a faithful worker for the cause of her Master.
          Her married life had been one of happiness and pleasure.  She was the mother of two sons and two daughters, who survive with their father to mourn the loss.  They are  Edward W.,  of this city;  Ora,  of Noble township, and  Ivy and  Mary,  at home.  She is also survived by two sisters,  Mrs. E. M. Goodwin  and  Mrs. Will H. Roberts  both of Noble township, and two brothers,  Herbert L. and  S. W. Gregory,  of Noble township.
          The family will have the heartfelt sympanthy of the entire community in their great bereavement.
          The funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at two-thirty o'clock at the home, and the burial will be made in the Ogden cemetery in charge of Undertaker Ralph J. Edwards.
          By request, no flowers.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Saturday, February 15, 1913
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DEATHS  AND  FUNERALS
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          Mrs. Lucinda Lewis died at her home in Carrollton Saturday morning at 5 o'clock after an illness of five weeks of kidney trouble.  She was seventy-one years of age at the time of her death.  She is survived by two sons,  Steve Lewis, of Walkerton, Indiana, and  Edgar Lewis, of Cumberland, two daughters, Mrs. Hank  Bishop, of Anderson, and Mrs.  Jacob  Wickliff,  of New Palestine; five brothers, John Miller of Morristown, Simon and Jacob Miller near Fountaintown, Lewis Miller and Ephriam Miller, of Kokomo, and one sister, Mrs. Nan Myers of Winfield, Kansas.  The funeral services will be held Monday at 10:30 o'clock in the Carrollton Church, the Rev. Ross officiating. Interment will be made in the Olive Branch cemetery.
Submitted by Barb Huff


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Friday April 7, 1911
Page 1 column 2
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FUNERAL OF TWO VICTIMS
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Father and Daughter Placed in Their Last Resting Place
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          The funeral services of  Timothy Lewis  and daughter,  Florence, the two victims of the cyclone which visited here Tuesday night, were held this afternoon at the home of  Earl Anderson, a son-in-law of Mr. Lewis.  The funeral was a double one and was largely attended by relatives and friends.  The interment was in Forest Hill Cemetery.  Mr. Lewis was a member of the Tribe of Red Men and the Degree of Pocahontas.
Contributed by Barb Huff


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Monday August 16, 1909
Page 3  column 4
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          Lewis R. Lewis, a business man of Gas City, died at his home Friday, at the age of about forty-five years.  Mr. Lewis was born in Liberty township, this county, and was a son of  Thomas Lewis  [and  Mary A. Ensminger].  He spent his life in Liberty township, removing to Gas City about fifteen years ago.  He was very successful and became one of the city’s wealthiest men.  Deceased was a nephew of  A. J. and  St.Clair Ensminger, of this city.
Contributed by Barb Huff for Bob McKenzie


The  Shelby  Republican
Tuesday, February 13, 1906
Page 1
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ROY  LEWIS  DEAD
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(From Monday's Daily.).
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         Roy Lewis, aged 20 years, died at 12:45 o'clock this afternoon at the home of his father-in-law, Oliver Anderson, 170 east Franklin street.  He is survived by a young wife, three brothers, three sisters and his mother.  Time and place of funeral will be announced later.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday February 1, 1906
Page 1 column 6
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THOMAS  LEWIS  DEAD
One Of Noble Township's Native Sons Dies In The Southland
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          Thomas Lewis, aged fifty-eight years, died at his home, Shrevesport, Louisiana, January 12, 1906. He leaves surviving a widow and three children.
          Mr. Lewis was an uncle of  Edward Lewis, book-keeper at the Shelby National Bank, in this city, and a brother of  Squire Lewis  of Waldron.
          He was born and reared in Noble township, this county, and went South about 1865 or 1866, and never has been back since that time.  In the early sixties he was considered one of Noble township's popular young men.  The many friends of his youth will regret to hear of his death.
Contributed by Barb Huff


The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, July 21, 1904
Page 5, column 3
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          Friday morning our little burg [Sulphur Hill] had thrown over it a shadow of gloom.  At twenty minutes of three the life given spirit of  Mrs. Elizabeth Lewis passed to the God who gave it.  On the 20th of last February Mrs. Lewis sustained a fracture of the right lower limb by a fall on the ice.  She never fully recovered from the shock and gradually passed to her final rest.  Her parents, Mr. Alexander Mulholland was born May 10,1803 in Ireland.  Miss Margaret Malcom was born August 10,1803 in Ireland.  After marriage they came to America, settling in New Jersey, where Elizabeth was born to them March 25,1835.  Eight others came to bless the hearthside, namely,  James,  Martha,  Alexander,  Margaret,  Jane,  Samuel,  Sarah,  George H. and  Mary.  In 1839 the family settled in Rush county, Indiana.  The deceased joined the Presbyterian church in 1851, changed her membership to the Methodist Episcopal South in 1875, and in 1890 moved her membership here to the M. E. church of this place of which she has continued to be a member.  On August 26, 1856, she married Mr. John F. Lewis, who died at their residence here in 1889.  Mrs. Lewis was 70 years, three months and twenty days old when she died.  Two members of the family still survive -- Mr. George H. Mulholland of Indianapolis, and  Margaret Jane Redshaw of Beardstown, Illinois.  We are requested to say on behalf of  Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ross that they appreciate the kindly and timely assistance in the case of Mrs. Lewis.  That without the help of the people of the community, it would have been impossible to care for her.
[Buried VanPelt Cemetery]
Submitted by Barb Huff


The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Thursday March 6, 1902
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          Edith Lewis, the five-year-old daughter of  Paris Lewis, died yesterday at Flat Rock, of brain fever.
Contributed by Barb Huff


The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Wednesday April 25, 1894
Page 4 column 1
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          Emeline Lewis died at her home in Smithland, at twelve o’clock last night, April 24th, aged sixty-five years.  She will be buried at the Miller cemetery, services at the church at Smithland, at ten o’clock a.m. Thursday, April 26th.  D. B. Wilson & Son, funeral directors.
Contributed by Barb Huff


The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday January 7, 1892
Page 3 column 3
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          Maggie L., wife of  Lew R. Lewis, died at their residence in Liberty township, at 12 o’clock noon Sunday of consumption, age 23 years.  The remains were buried Tuesday, leaving the house at 10 a.m. Interment at Vienna cemetery, Rush county.  Services at the church by Rev. Trayer.  D. B. Wilson & Son, funeral directors.
Contributed by Barb Huff for Bob McKenzie


The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Tuesday, December 7, 1886
Page 4
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          Died, on the 6th inst., at Smithland,  Henry Lewis,  in the 60th year of his age.  He died of congestion of the brain.  The funeral took place to-day at 2 o'clock.  D. B. Wilson, funeral director.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Wednesday, January 20, 1886
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LOCAL  NEWS.
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          Flora E. Lewis,  formerly of this city, died on the 4th inst., of heart disease, at Coeur D'Alene, Idaho.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Republican
Thursday, January 7, 1876
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          Dr.  S. J.  Lewis, the subject of this sketch, was born in Hamilton county, O., Sept. 14, 1820, grew up in Pleasant Hill, Clermont county, of the same State. He made profession of religion at a little Wednesday evening prayer meeting, and joined the M.E. Church in 1841. Was married to  Miss Sarah  Medearis, March 19, 1842, came to Indiana and settled in Fairland in 1852, and died Dec. 22, 1874.
Aged 54 years.
          He graduated in medicine in 1847, and at once began the practice.  Dr. Lewis was denied the advantage of an early education, but by dint of effort, devotion to reading and energy of character, he succeeding in acquiring a good share of useful knowledge and in making a success in life.  For the last fifteen years he has done a large business in his profession, and has been very successful.  As a citizen he was large hearted, enterprising and benevolent; nothing indeed, little, narrow or exclusive about him; he seemed to live for others as well as himself, always ready for any good word or work.  He has filled with acceptability the various positions of class-leader, steward, trustee and Sabbath school superintendant in the church of his choice.
          But few men had so large a hold upon the affections of the people, and but few could have died that would have been more severely missed.  His sufferings were somewhat protracted and severe, but his end was peaceful.
          His funeral was preached in the M.E. Church to a crowded audience, in which there were representatives from Shelbyville, Boggstown, and various other parts of the county.  His remains were placed in a most beautiful burial case and deposited in a well prepared vault, by Mr. Enos, of our city, in their new cemetery at Fairland.  He leaves a widow, no children to mourn.
R. ROBERTS
Submitted by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Weekly  Volunteer
Thursday, December 24, 1874
Page 3 column 2
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          Dr.  S. J.  Lewis  of Fairland, died at his residence, on Tuesday morning, after a long and painful illness, and was buried in the Fairland cemetery yesterday.  The deceased leaves a large circle of friends to mourn his demise.
Submitted by Barb Huff


The  National  Volunteer
SHELBYVILLE, INDIANA
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May 18, 1854
          Died -- on Saturday morning the 13th inst. at his residence in Washington Township, Mr. John J. Lewis, aged 54 years.  Mr. Lewis was one of the first settlers of our county, and one of our most respectable farmers.
Abstracted by Maurice Holmes, in his book Shelbyville, Indiana, Newspaper Excerpts: 1853-1859.
Submitted by Sherry Badgley Ryan, with permission from the author.

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