Shelby  County  Indiana


An  Indianapolis  Newspaper
[1901 1946]
          Mrs. Marguerite A. Marsh,  45, 2721 Carrollton Avenue, died Wednesday at St Vincent Hospital after an illness of four months.  A native of Johnson County, Mrs. Marsh had lived here twenty-four years and had been employed as a billing clerk in the VanCamp Hardware Store, 401 West Maryland Street, seven months.  She was a member of the Baptist Church at Acton.  Survivors include three sons,  Charles Thomas Marsh,  Macon Ga; and  Billybob and  Jackie Marsh,  Indianapolis; one daughter,  Mrs. R. M. Wilkinson,  Indianapolis; the mother,  Mrs. Nellie Atwood,  and a sister,  Mrs. Ruth Crum,  Franklin.  Funeral services will be held at 10 AM Saturday in Moore Mortuaries Colonial Chapel, the Reverend Fred Young, retired minister of Franklin, officiating, and burial will be in VanPelt Cemetery near Waldron.
Contributed by Marlena Linne

The  Shelby  Democrat
June 30, 1887
          Adeline, wife of  John B. Marsh died at her home in Noble township Monday morning of paralysis, aged fifty-two years.  The remains were interred at the Ogden Cemetery at two o'clock on Tuesday.  Services at the church by Rev. John Keeling.  Funeral director D. B. Wilson.
Submitted by Barb Huff

The  Daily  Evening  Democrat
Wednesday, August 8, 1883
          The funeral of the late  Rev. George D. Marsh  took place yesterday afternoon, and was one of the largest ever seen in Shelbyville.  The services were conducted by Rev. J. G. Chaffee, assisted by Rev. E. Kent and Rev. Sampson Tincher.  The ladies of the church draped it very tastefully.  The entire business portion of the city was closed as a mark of respect for the deceased.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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