Shelby County Indiana
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The Shelbyville News
Luther M. Warner, 59, Morristown, died Sunday, Indianapolis.
Monday, May 17, 1965
L. M. WARNER DIED IN HOSPITAL
Morristown resident since 1947.
Worked for Inland Container Corp and Dura Container Corp.
Member and trustee of the Hensley Post No. 102, American Legion.
Born in Taylor Co, KY, Dec. 12, 1905, s/o Robert and Anna Belle Burris Warner.
Married Ruth Anderson June 20, 1945.
Survivors: wife; daughters, Anita and Gayle Warner, Morristown, Mrs. Christina Kemp, Terre Haute, Miss Patricia Warner, Newark, NJ; three grandchildren; [half-]sister, Mrs. Virgil Andis, Morristown.
Hauk-Spencer Mortuary, Morristown with Rev. Osa Patrick officiating.
Burial: Asbury Cemetery.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming for Jewell Wise
The Shelbyville Republican
Peerle W. Warner, a citizen of Fountaintown, called at The Republican office and related several facts concerning W. C. Warner, Civil War veteran, who passed away, May 18, at his home in Wellington, Kansas, where he had resided for several years. Mr. Warner was 85 years of age at the time of his death. The information given by Mr. Warner will prove interesting to both Morristown and Fountaintown residents as W. C. Warner resided in and near Fountaintown for nearly twenty years, coming there in 1878.
Saturday, July 16, 1933
Page 4, column 5
W. C. WARNER, WHO DIED RECENTLY,
WAS SURVIVOR OF SINKING CIVIL WAR SHIP
He was a Civil War veteran and one of the last survivors from the great army of 1861, having been rescued from the sinking Sultana when more that seventeen hundred lives were lost. Mr. Warner was formerly a railroader.
The Republican will appreciate any information concerning old friends and acquaintances of the community.
Submitted by Barb Huff
The Shelbyville Democrat
Mrs. Sarah Warner died at her late home near Flat Rock at five p.m. Tuesday, May 28, aged ninety-three years, two months and fourteen days.
Monday, May 27, 1907
Mrs. Sarah Warner Died Yesterday
at Her Home Near Flat Rock
Funeral services will be conducted at the house at ten a.m. Thursday, May 30, the Rev. J. C. Scull officiating. The interment will be in the Sidney cemetery in Bartholomew county, in charge of John White, with Edwards & Hageman.
Contributed by Barb Huff
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