Shelby  County  Indiana

Paul / Paull

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Thursday, January 17, 1929
Page 1, column 2
Louis E. Paul  Succumbs  This  Morning
At  Home  Of  Son  In  Indianapolis
          Louis E. Paul, well known man, died at the home of his son, Forest Paul, in Indianapolis this morning at six o'clock, following a long illness.  He had been confined at the home of his son since last March and had undergone an operation previous to that time.  Mr. Paul was born in Franklin county, Indiana and was the son of  Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Paul.  He would have been sixty-seven years old tomorrow.  A number of years ago he was united in marriage with  Miss Isabell Jones.  He had been a resident of Shelbyville for the past forty-eight years and was a shoe mender.  For the past fifteen years he had been employed as shoe repair man at the Hub Shoe store.  He was a member of the West Street M. E. church here.  Surviving are the widow; two sons, Forest and  Clarence Paul, of Indianapolis; three sisters,  Mrs. Katherine WagnerMrs. Lena Fastladen, and  Mrs. Anna Larmore, of this city; and one brother, Joseph of Shelbyville.  The body was brought to the home in Van Avenue this afternoon.  Funeral services will be held at the West Street church Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with the Rev. R. R. Cross officiating.  Burial will be in the Forest Hill cemetery in charge of Morris H. Sleeth.
Submitted by Barb Huff

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Thursday, September 16, 1920
Aged  Shelbyville  Lady  Had
Been  In  Ill  Health  For
Several  Weeks

          Mrs. Mary Anne Paul, age eighty-one, died Wednesday afternoon at four o'clock, at her home, No. 1320 South Noble street.  Her death was caused by uraemic poisoning.  Mrs. Paul had been ill for six weeks.  Recently her condition had been grave.
          Mrs. Paul was born in Franklin county, Indiana, on March 14, 1839.  She was married to the late  Jos. Paul  in 1857.  They had lived in this city for many years.  Mr. Paul died July 22, 1916.  Mrs. Paul was a member of the St. Joseph church here.
          She is survived by three daughters,  Mrs. Jon Wagner,  Mrs. Lena Fastlaben, and  Mrs. Anna Larmore, of this city, and two sons,  L. E. Paul, and  Joseph Paul, both of Shelbyville.  One brother,  John Nienaber, of Tipton, also survives.  Mrs. Paul also leaves thirteen grand children, and seven great grand children.
          Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at nine o'clock at St. Joseph's church, the Rev. Father George Borries officiating.  Burial will be made in the church cemetery, Morris H. Sleeth in charge.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, July 27, 1916
Page 6   column 5
Well Known Citizen Died
Here This Morning -- Fun-
eral Tuesday.
(From Saturday's Daily.)
          Joseph Paul, Sr., aged eighty-one years, one of the best known men in this city, died at his home, 1320 south Noble street, about ten o'clock this morning.  Death came after a serious illness of only two weeks, but he had been in failing health for the past several months.  Death was due to a complicaiton of diseases indicent to senility.
          Mr. Paul was born in 1835 in New Orleans, La.  He moved to Franklin county, Indiana, when he was but six years of age.  In 1881 he moved to Shelbyville and had since been a resident of this city.  He was best known here as a gardner, as during his entire residence in this city he tended a truck patch located near his home, and derived his livelihood from the sale of the choice vegetables which he grew.
          He was married May 18, 1857, to  Miss Mary Nienaber,  a native of Franklin county.  To this union five children were born, all of whom with the mother survive.  They are:  Mrs. John Wagner,  Mrs. Lena Fastlaben,  Louis Paul  and  Joseph Paul, Jr.,  of this city, and  Mrs James Larmore,  of Franklin.  His is also survived by one brother,  Jacob Paul,  of Franklin county; one half-brother,  Louis Etter,  and one half-sister,  Mrs. Weimer,  both of Indianapolis.
          Mr. Paul was a life long devoted Catholic and was one of the most faithful attendants at the services of the St. Joseph Catholic church of this city, of which he was a member.  The funeral services will be held in the St. Joseph church at nine o'clock Tuesday morning, Rev. Fr. Kaelin officiating.  Burial will be made in the St. Joseph cemetery in charge of Hendrickson and Sleeth.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Thursday Afternoon, February 13, 1913
Page 4
John Francis Paul.
          John Francis Paul  died at the home of  Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bruce  in East Hendricks street Thursday morning at 6:15 o'clock of diphtheria.  The boy had been ill only a few days and his death was unexpected.  He was eleven years, eight months and nine days old at the time of his death.  Francis, as he was known by his friends, had made his home with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce for the past ten years.  They are grief stricken, as is the boy's father, Joseph Paul.
          Brief services will be held over the body Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at te St. Joseph cemetery by the Rev. Father Kaelin.  Interment will be made in St. Joseph cemetery in charge of D. B. Wilson & Sons.
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