The Shelbyville Republican
Friday, June 16, 1934
HEART DISEASE FATAL TO WOMAN.
Mrs. Appolina Wallace, age 61,
Died on Stewart Farm in
Mrs. Appollina Wallace, 61
years old, died suddenly in the home on the Albert Stewart
farm, located near the Shelby-Johnson county line in southwest part of Sugar
Creek township, Friday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Heart trouble was given
as the cause of death.
Sugar Creek Township.
SURVIVED BY THREE SONS
The body was found by one
of her sons, who immediately notified several neighbors who happened to be at
the farm picking strawberries. Coroner Thomas Cartmel was
Until a few months ago,
Mrs. Wallace had lived in Marion county. Shortly after the death of her
husband, Samuel Wallace, which occurred last December, Mrs. Wallace
and two sons, James and Fred Wallace, moved to
the Stewart farm. Another son, Stanley Wallace, lives in
Carrollton. Three sisters and two brothers also survive; Mrs.
Mary Wilson, Randall Stuck and Burl Stuck, all of
University Heights; Mrs. Sarah Marshall of Indianapolis,
and Mrs. Agnes Devault, of Edgewood.
The body was removed to
the home of Mrs. Wilson, where the funeral service will be held at ten o'clock
Monday morning. Burial will be in the Greenwood cemetery.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming