Shelby County Indiana
The Shelbyville News
Blanche Mount, 98, Fort Pierce, Fla., former Shelby County resident, died Monday, April 22, 2002.
Friday, April 26, 2002
Born May 9, 1903, Marietta, d/o William and Sarah (Bland) McKinney.
Married Seymour F. Mount on Nov. 22, 1924; he preceded her in death
June 7, 1966.
Survivors include one niece, Jannis Peterdy of Chesterfield, Mo., and two nephews,
William McKinney of North Lauderdale, Fla., and Charles McKinney
of Tarpon Springs, Fla.
Preceded in death by two brothers, Chester A. McKinney and
Dunham McKinney and one nephew, Jim McKinney.
Graduated in 1922 from Mount Auburn High School and in 1946 from Butler University.
Teaching profession for 16 years at St. Lucie County Board of Public Instruction and 30 years in Shelbyville, including serving as principal at Addison Township School.
Member of First United Methodist Church of Fort Pierce, Order of Eastern Star Shelbyville chapter, past matron of Naamah chapter 73, charter member of Alpha Delta Kappa, National Teachers Sorority and charter member of Omega Nu
Carmony-Ewing Harrison Street Funeral Home, the Revs. James Horner and Larry Scott officiating.
Burial: Miller Cemetery in Shelby County.
Contributions: First United Methodist Church, 34 W. Washington St., Shelbyville, IN 46176, or Methodist Children’s Home, 616 Orange Ave., Fort Pierce, FL 34950.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Indianapolis Star
Final services for Mrs. Florence M. Mount, age seventy-one, 608 East
Walnut Street, were held this afternoon in the Harry W. Moore Peace Chapel.
Burial was in Washington Park cemetery.
Thursday February 20, 1941
MRS. FLORENCE M. MOUNT
Mrs. Mount, who was born [May 18, 1866,
the daughter of David and Elizabeth
(Adams) Whipple] near Shelbyville, had been a resident of Indianapolis twenty
years. She was a member of the Baptist church.
Survivors are a daughter,
Mrs. Gladys Stark, Indianapolis, and two sons, Earl McGibbons, Brazos, Texas, and
Harry McGibbons, San Diego, California.
Contributed by Barb Huff
The Shelbyville Republican
Claude Mount, a clerk at the Pennsylvania railroad freight office, this city, died Saturday evening at the home of his mother Mrs. Sherman [Celeste] Monroe, 405 North Pike street. The funeral was held this morning at the home, by Rev. H. H. Spear, of the First Baptist church, and the Rev. Joseph McQueen, of Sulphur Hill. After this service, the remains were taken to Bethel, where services were conducted, the interment being at the Copeland graveyard, east of Waldron.
Monday June 28, 1915
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DEATH FROM APPENDICITIS
Claude Mount, Promising Young Man,
Died Saturday Evening
Mr. Mount was born in Noble township twenty-four years ago. He was the step-son of William Sherman Monroe. He is survived by his mother, two half-sisters, Mrs. Jesse Wolfe and Mrs. Anna Howe, and two half-brothers, Earl and Forest Monroe. When only fourteen he joined the Separate Baptist church and lived in the faith of that creed. Only three weeks ago he was given the third degree in Odd Fellowship.
Mr. Mount was an exceptionally bright young man. He had chosen railroad work as his occupation and was employed as a clerk in the local freight depot of the Pennsylvania lines. He was stricken with appendicitis a few days ago, which caused his death.
Contributed by Barb Huff
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