Shelby County Indiana
The Shelbyville Republican
Funeral services for Frank Slagle, father of Albert
Slagle, of this city, who died Wednesday at 7:00 p.m., will be held Friday at 2:00 p.m. at the Voss
funeral home in Seymour. Burial will be made at Seymour.
Friday, January 15, 1943
Rites Are Today for
Father of City Man
Mr. Slagle died at the home of a son-in-law and daughter, Lt. and
Mrs. Emil C. Reuter, in Indianapolis. Surviving with the daughter at whose home he died, and the
son here, is a sister, Mrs. Harry Weaver, of Seymour.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelbyville Republican
Mrs. Barbara A. Slagle, age
eighty-seven years, for many years a resident of the Marietta community, in
Shelby County, died Thursday evening, at six-twenty o'clock, at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Tilford C. Williams, No. 1906 Bellefontaine street,
Indianapolis. Her death was caused by senility and complication of
Thursday, August 11, 1921
Former Resident of Marietta
Community Passes Away At
Home of Daughter.
FUNERAL SERVICES SUNDAY
Mrs. Slagel, whose maiden
name was also Slagle, was born October 3, 1833, in Ohio. She was
married December 19, 1852 to David H. Slagle. Mr. Slagle died
September 12, 1887. For the last eighteen years Mrs. Slagle had been
making her home with her daughter in Indianapolis.
She leaves three
daughters, Mrs. Williams, at whose home she died; Mrs. W.
S. Snyder, of Shelbyville; and Mrs. Susan Harrod, of Franklin;
one brother, Albert Slagle, of Piqua, Ohio; and one sister, Mrs.
William Thanistoff, of Sidney, Ohio. She also leaves 22 grand
children, 25 treat grand children and two great-great grand children.
The body will be brought
to the home of Mrs. Snyder in this city Saturday afternoon. Funeral services
will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Marietta M. P. church, the
Rev. Ratcliff officiating. Burial will be made in the Miller
cemetery. Morris H. Sleeth in charge.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming.
The Franklin Democrat
Tillie Slagle, wife of Geo. Slagle and daughter of B. J. Spillman, died last Thursday at Indianapolis and the remains were sent to her father’s that evening, where the funeral occurred Friday. Burial at Second Mt. Pleasant. Tillie was one of our honored girls, and one whom we all knew well, and her death was a surprise to us all. She leaves a husband and one daughter, father, mother and many friends to mourn their loss.
Johnson County, Indiana
Friday, December 31, 1897
Volume XXXVIII, Number 25
Page 6, column 5
Note: Date of death, 23 Dec 1897 – Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
Contributed by Mark McCrady and Cathea Curry
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