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Talbert Arthur S, son of William and Mary M. Talbert, was born at Carmel, Ind., June 15, 1870; was killed in a railroad wreck on the B&O Railroad at Bremen on March 27, at the age of 30 years, 9 months and 12 days. He married DeEtta Phillips September 9, 1891. He leaves a wife, 2 sons, father, mother and 4 brothers. Funeral was at the home of his wife’s father, C. B. Phillips, Saturday. Burial, Albion Cemetery.
Tanner Frank was recently murdered in a saloon at Grand Rapids, Michigan. He was raised by John Kline, near Albion. New Era 1-8-1880
Targgart - The infant child of E. M. Targgart and wife of York Twp, died Monday of cholera infantum, aged about one year. Funeral was Tuesday. Democrat 9-27-1900
Targgart Willie, formerly of Noble Twp, died at his home in Iowa last Wednesday. New Era 8-12-1903
Taylor - The 7-months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Taylor, died at their home in Kenton, Ohio on Wednesday of last week from bowel complications. Mrs. Taylor was Emma Gants, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. Gants of Ligonier. Albion Democrat 9-7-1899
Taylor - Mrs., an aged lady of Kendallville, committed suicide at that place one day last week. Her body was found in Henderson Lake on Wednesday. Her daughter, Mrs. Lee Taylor and husband was with her Tuesday evening and went home leaving her in her usual spirits. Formerly Mrs. Gorten, she was several years ago treated for insanity at the asylum. Funeral will be at the M. E. Church Friday. 9-27-1882
Taylor C H Dr., 39, died in St. Joseph Hospital on Wednesday of last week of pneumonia. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor of Wolcottville. The remains were taken to Wolcottville for interment last Thursday. Democrat 1-16-1908
Taylor Davis S Mrs., former Albion resident, was fatally injured in an auto-truck accident between Seattle and Los Angeles, the latter being the home of Mrs. Taylor. Their car was struck by a stolen truck driven by some youths. New Era 10-1-1947
Taylor Elizabeth, 70, died at her home in Wolcottville last Monday. On Wednesday of last week she fell while walking in her yard and fractured her hip, which caused her demise. Her husband died in 1904. Democrat 10-21-1909
Taylor Henry Mrs., 72, Wolcottville, died at her home in that place last Friday from grippe and pneumonia. She was a teacher in the seminary at Wolcottville. Obsequies were at the home on Monday. Democrat 1-23-1913
Taylor James , 55, died from Bright’s disease. A wife and 6 children survive. Funeral and burial were Friday at Ligonier, the services being held at the U. B. Church.
Taylor James A, 91, one of the 2 last remaining Civil War veterans in Ligonier, died at his home here Tuesday from a stroke of apoplexy. He was born in Henry County, Ohio, January 6, 1846, the son of Joseph and Margaret Taylor, and lived in that community until he was 15 when he enlisted in the Union Army for service in the Civil War. He served 2 years with the 68th Ohio Regiment, Company A, and was mustered out on July 10, 1865. He entered the army just after the surrender of Vicksburg and was with General Sherman on his March to the Sea. He was wounded at Kenesaw Mountain but returned to service and saw his last active service at Raleigh, N.C. On March 22, 1873 he married Rosana Graffmiller who died on May 14, 1894. On August 6, 1896 he married Joana Mackley, who with a number of nieces and nephews, survive. Funeral was this afternoon from the home on Grand St. Burial, Oak Park Cemetery. John H. Hoffman, only surviving Civil War veteran in Ligonier, made a few appropriate remarks. Full military honors with a firing squad were given at the burial service. 1937
Taylor Nelson Prentiss was born October 22, 1859; died at his home in Avilla February 15, 1903. He leaves a wife, 2 sons, mother and sisters. Funeral was at the Evangelical Church. Burial, Mount Pleasant Cemetery. Democrat 2-26-1903
Taylor Thester of Kendallville, died at his home of congestion of the lungs in that city on January 14, 1878. He had been a resident of this county for more than 40 years. New Era 1-24-1878
Taylor Thomas died at the home of his son, James F., 3 miles east of Topeka, January 24, 1917, aged 76 years, 10 months and 11 days. He was a native of Cochocton County, Ohio. He is survived by 3 sons, 2 daughters, 21 grandchildren, 2 brothers, William of York Twp, J. A., and one sister, Mrs. J. F. Bowen of Ligonier. He was a veteran of the Civil War, being a member of Company D, 14th Ohio Regiment, where he served nearly 4 years. Burial, Eden Chapel Cemetery. Democrat 2-5-1917
Taylor Thomas, about 68, died in Greenfield, Huron County, Ohio, September 3, 1875. He was the father of Mrs. William McMeans and brother-in-law of D. E. and Luther Spencer of Albion. 9-3-1875
Taylor Tom, 77, former Albion resident, who had resided in Wyandotte, Mich. for many years, died in Florida Sunday morning. He was associated with a Wyandotte bank before retiring. Survivors include the widow, Olive; and 2 daughters. Rites will be in Wyandotte Thursday. Burial, Friday at Rose Hill Cemetery. 2-26-1956
Teagarden Ezekiel L died February 18, 1899. He was the son of George and Abagail Teagarden, born in Knox County, Ohio, September 25, 1822 and at death was aged 76 years, 4 months and 23 days. He married Permelia McMahan, daughter of James and Permelia McMahan, December 18, 1846. In 1853 they come to Noble County. He enlisted August 6, 1862 in Company B, 88th Regiment Indiana Volunteer Infantry, but on account of continued sickness, he experienced little active warfare, spending the major portion of a year in the hospital. He was honorably discharged on a surgeon’s certificate of disability August 22, 1863. He was a member of the M. E. Church, the IOOF, North Star Lodge No. 380, Masonic Lodge and G.A.R. He leaves a wife. Funeral was Monday at the residence. Burial, Albion Cemetery. Albion Democrat 2-23-1899
Teal - Mr. and Mrs. William Teal buried their infant child Sunday in the Cosperville Cemetery. Democrat 5-5-1898
Teal Emma, 22, of Rome City died a few days ago. She was a daughter of J. W. Teal. New Era 10-3-1878
Teal Gustave A, nearly 70, died at his home in Ligonier April 25. He came with his parents to Noble County in 1837 and has lived in the county ever since. He was the brother of Dr. Norman Teal of Kendallville. Noble Democrat 5-5-1898
Teal Joseph, about 65, was found dead in the road about 3 miles west of Milford by a sleighing party Tuesday morning. Death evidently resulted from heart disease. He was on his way to his home in Ligonier from a visit with relatives in Logansport and was making the trip in a single buggy. He was identified by pension papers and tax receipts found on his person. He was a member of Company B, 88th Indiana Regiment. About one year ago he received nearly $1,000 back pension, which was quickly dissipated. He was a bachelor and made his home with two half-sisters. Albion Democrat 2-21-1901
Teal Kenneth, former resident and graduate of the Wawaka Class of 1917, met death by electrocution while on line work. Funeral
was Thursday at Akron, O. Democrat 12-24-1925
Teal Lucinda (Hathaway) was born in Darke County, Ohio, near Painesville, November 13, 1835; and died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Hays, in Albion, August 17, 1903; aged 67 years, 9 months and 4 days. She married Adolphus Teal on November 9, 1854. He died 5 years ago. They had 2 sons and 2 daughters. One daughter and 2 sons are still living. She was a member of the Advent Church. Funeral was at the home of Robert Hays in Albion Tuesday. Burial, Ligonier Cemetery. Democrat 8-20-1903
Teders John H died at the family residence on S. VanScoyoc St. Sunday. Funeral was at the Catholic church Tuesday. Albion Democrat 3-16-1899
Teders Joseph died October 13 from cyanosis; age 1 day; place of birth and death, Avilla. Burial, St. Mary’s Cemetery. Albion Democrat 12-7-1899
Teegarden Albert Mrs. died at her home in Swan Twp 2 miles south of Avilla July 17, aged 85 years, 11 months and 16 days. She was a native of New York state and located in Swan Twp a number of years ago. She was a member of the Evangelical Association at Avilla. Obsequies were at the residence last Wednesday. Burial, Swan Cemetery. Democrat 7-24-1905
Teeple James died at Charlestown, Indiana last week. He was the father of Mrs. W. M. Veazey. Noble Democrat 2-5-1903
Temple - The infant child of Clark Temple and wife died Friday, aged 3 days. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. Democrat 3-18-1909
Temple Mary, 75, of Kendallville, died Saturday. She was born in LaGrange County. Surviving are 3 sons, S. E., Kendallville, Frank, Emerson, Neb., and Edward, Wakefield, Neb.; one daughter, Mrs. Sel Martin of near Rome City; and 2 brothers, George and Frank Sanders of Wolcottville. Funeral Monday at the M. E. Church at Stroh. Burial, Stroh Cemetery. Democrat 3-18-1926
Tenney George, about 70, the promoter of the Kendallville, Rochester & Western Railway, died at his room in the Kelly House in Kendallville Monday of heart trouble. He was discovered lying on the bed with his clothes on. He was a resident of Boston, Mass. Democrat 6-21-1900
Thoman Jacob, father of Mrs. Alvin Brown, died at Columbia City, July 21, 1878. Dispatches were sent to the sons and daughters in Youngstown, Ohio. New Era 8-8-1878
Thomas - Mrs. died of consumption at the home of her father, Patrick Clark, last Monday. Democrat 10-28-1897
Thomas Caroline M, 78, a former resident of Ligonier, died at her home in Elkhart on Monday of last week. She was born in Ligonier in 1834. She is survived by one daughter and 2 sons. Democrat 1-6-1913
Thomas Clarence DeWitt died from diabetes at his home west of Albion on October 26, 1909, aged 30 years, 4 months and 8 days. In March of this year he married Minnie Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Brown, south of this city. They recently completed a new residence on their farm west of this city. He was the son of Z. T. Thomas of Noble Twp and is survived by a father, 2 sisters and one brother. His mother died a few months ago. Obsequies were at the home Thursday. Burial, Wolf Lake Cemetery. Democrat 10-28-1909
Thomas Elizabeth S (Bruce) died from chronic nephritis at the residence of her daughter, Dr. Martha V. Thomas, 415 W. Division St., South Bend. She was born in Virginia April 28, 1819; moved to Ohio when she was 8 years of age. There on November 3, 1840 she married Zachariah Thomas, who died June 6, 1885. She was the mother of 6 children, five of whom survive her: Mrs. L. A. Foster and Dr. Martha V Thomas of South Bend, Mrs. E. R. Shirk, Mrs. B. F. Croft and Bruce Thomas of Albion. She moved to Noble County in the spring of 1865 and her home has been in Jefferson Twp and Albion until 1896 when she moved to South Bend. Funeral was at the home of her daughter, Mrs. B. F. Croft, January 6, 1901. Burial, Sweet Cemetery. Albion Democrat 1-10-1901
Thomas Enoch G died after an attack of stomach trouble at his residence 4 miles west of Baxter Springs, Kansas, October 8, 1901, aged 62 years, 7 months and 13 days. Obsequies were held at the residence October 10, 1901. He was a resident of Jefferson Twp for a number of years and 2 years ago moved with his family to Kansas where he located on the farm where he died. He was the owner of 240 broad acres. In 1894 and 1896 the Democrats of this county nominated him as their candidate for county treasurer but with the rest of the ticket he went down in the landslide. He leaves a wife, one daughter, 3 sons and 2 brothers. Democrat 10-17-1901
Thomas Felissa A, daughter of Henry and Rebecca Brown, was born at Lisbon on February 3, 1858; died December 20, 1926 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Kidd of Albion, being 70 years, 10 months and 18 days of age. She was the eldest of 6. Two, Marietta and George, preceded her in death. On December 18, 1877 she married George W. Guthrie. They had one daughter, Grace M. They took three children to raise. One, John VanBuskirk, was with them until of age. The others did not remain with them this long. Her husband died November 28, 1907. She married Zachariah Thomas of Albion on November 29, 1921. Because of ill health it was necessary for them to break up their home and live with their respective children. She was a member of the Wesleyan Methodist Church. She leaves the daughter, the husband, 3 grandchildren, 2 brothers, Wills G. Brown of Albion and Willard E. Brown of Aurora, Kan., one sister, Mrs. Eliza Maloney of Marion. Funeral was Wednesday at the Wesleyan Methodist Church. Burial at the local cemetery. Democrat 12-30-1926
Thomas Frank E, 76, retired farmer of 6 miles southwest of Kendallville, died Tuesday. He was a member of Mount Pleasant Lutheran Church. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Alfred Bauman of near Kendallville; 2 sisters, Mrs. Maude Kimmell, Kendallville, and Mrs. Arthur Kimmell, Lafayette; 2 brothers, Cecil, Fort Wayne, and Paul, Wolf Lake; and 3 grandchildren. Services Thursday in Hite Funeral Home. 6-11-1957
Thomas Louis Edward and his mother, Mary Elizabeth, died Sunday. Both were buried in the Union Cemetery Tuesday. Funerals were held in the church. As he was building a fire to prepare the morning meal, he used gasoline to build the fire, throwing oil over himself and his mother. The 2-gallon can exploded. It is not known whether the gasoline was used by mistake or that he did not know there were live coals in the stove. He was 36 years, 11 months and 29 days; and she was 76 years of age. Neighbors extinguished the fire but not until the house was badly damaged. She is survived by 2 sons, Enoch near Lisbon, and John of Baxter Springs, Kansas. He was a cousin of Mesdames E. R. Shirk and B. F. Croft of this city. New Era 11-25-1914
Thomas Morton P was born at Fortville, Indiana, December 12, 1877, and died at Albion, December 1, 1930. His parents died when he was very young and at the age of about 4 he became a member of James McMahan family in Noble County. He married Edna Earle December 24, 1901. They had one son, Kenneth E., who with the wife and mother survives. He was a teacher for 9 years, then became connected with the county surveyor’s office. By self education he became a civil engineer. After this he engaged in the abstract business. He was twice elected as county treasurer. He was a member of the Masonic Order. He also leaves an uncle, William Thomas of Roseburg, Oregon and an aunt, Mrs. Hattie Whetzal of Fortville, Indiana. Democrat 12-4-1930
Thomas Pearlie M, aged 19 years and 10 days, died of typhoid fever at the home of her father, Lewis D. Thomas, in Albion. Remains were taken to her former home near Grand Rapids, Michigan for interment. Democrat 8-19-1891
Thomas Retta died of diabetes at her home south of Wolf Lake May 21, 1909, aged 53 years, 5 months and 23 days. She was born in Morrow County, Ohio, November 29, 1855, the daughter of John and Mary DeWitt. She married Z. T. Thomas March 3, 1875 in Morrow County, Ohio, where they resided 2 years before moving to Noble County east of Albion, where they resided until 1901 when they removed to 2 miles south of Wolf Lake. They had 8 children, 7 of whom with the husband and her father survive: Mrs. Maud Kimmell of Wolf Lake, Clare of York Twp, Frank of Kendallville, Blanche, Carl, Paul and Cecil at home. She was one of a family of 4 children. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Anna Sellars of Sparta, Ohio; 2 brothers, Frank L. DeWitt of Chicago and George DeWitt of Fredericktown, Ohio; also 2 half-brothers, Berton C. of Columbus, Ohio, and Lewis C. of Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Democrat 5-24-1909
Thomas Samantha J, wife of L. D. Thomas, died of malignant cancer at her residence in Albion on February 23, 1886, aged 41 years, 9 months and 12 days. She leaves a husband, one son and 2 daughters. Funeral was at the Wesleyan Church on Thursday. Burial, Wolf Lake Cemetery. Democrat 3-2-1886
Thompson - The one-year old son of editor Thompson and wife of Ligonier died Wednesday. Democrat 2-2-1899
Thompson - Jacob Tschabold and family attended the funeral of Charles Thompson’s little child at Wawaka on Saturday. Democrat 3-13-1902
Thompson - A little child of Charles Thompson was buried Sunday. Democrat 7-26-1894
Thompson Beatrice, infant daughter of Robert Thompson and wife of Jefferson, died August 2. Funeral was Thursday at Rehoboth Lutheran Church. Democrat 8-3-1899
Thompson David, formerly of Wawaka, was killed at Patterson, N.J. last week by being struck by a train of cars while crossing a railroad. Noble County Democrat 3-17-1898
Thompson Elza J was born in Noble County February 20, 1851; died May 2, 1899, aged 48 years, 2 months and 23 days; settler of third class. He was a son of James Thompson and wife residing north of Albion in Elkhart Twp. He married Mary E. Pancake on January 14, 1886. They had a daughter and a son. He leaves his wife and children, his parents and 2 brothers. Funeral was at the Christian Church in Ligonier. Burial, Ligonier Cemetery. Albion Democrat 5-18-1899
Thompson Hiram, Wawaka, was found dead in bed this morning. Death was doubtless caused by heart disease. Obsequies will be held Sunday. Democrat 6-28-1906
Thompson L A Mrs., an aged resident of Kendallville, died Saturday. Democrat 3-16-1899
Thompson Louis A, 31, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thompson of Kendallville, died in Tiacotalpam, Veracruz, Mexico, November 29, 1905. His parents received a letter in December from a Mexico associate of their son, stating that he had died of yellow fever, but as they were unable to secure further information, they were hopeful that he was yet alive. He was a photographer. Democrat 12-11-1905
Thompson Otto, son of William and Rose Thompson, died at his home May 9. Funeral was at the Free Baptist Church. Burial, Wolf Lake Cemetery. Democrat 5-15-1902
Thompson Ted, the little son of editor E. G. Thompson and wife of Ligonier, died at the home of his grandparents at Sturgis, Michigan. Democrat 7-29-1897
Thompson Veda Natelie, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson, died at their home February 8, 1899, aged 4 months and 3 days. Funeral was at the M. E. Church in Wawaka February 10, 1899. Burial, Cosperville. Democrat 2-15-1899
Thompson William H, 67, pioneer grocer of Kendallville, died at his home in that city last Wednesday. He was born in Mendham, N.J. and came to Kendallville with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Thompson in 1863. He retired from the grocery business 3 years ago. He was something of a naturalist and was considered a good authority on the fauna of this region. Democrat 11-30-1914
Thompson Zera C, a clerk in the postal railway service, died at Kendallville, December 12, 1877 and was buried on Friday last. New Era 12-20-1877
Thorn Amelia was born in Franklin County, Ohio, January 29, 1827, and died September 12, 1907, aged 80 years, 7 months and 13 days. Democrat 9-17-1908
Thorp - A young man named Thorp died last week at the county asylum of consumption, aged about 25. Funeral at the M. E. Church on Sunday. Democrat 7-18-1888
Thumma - A little grandson of Mrs. John Thumma died at Fort Wayne and was brought here for interment in the Ormas Cemetery. Democrat 1-4-1894
Thumma E B was born March 12, 1856 at Newville, Indiana. He moved with his parents to Wolf Lake in 1863. In 1885 he went to Garrett and entered the B&O Shops as a painter. He served as postmaster of that city under Cleveland’s first administration. For 3 consecutive terms he was elected mayor of Garrett. Later he was appointed U. S. deputy revenue collector at Fort Wayne. In January 1892 he was appointed city weighmaster at Fort Wayne. He died January 6, 1923. Funeral was in the Elks Lodge home at Garrett. Burial, Elks Mausoleum in Garrett Cemetery. He leaves a sister, Mrs. W. H. Creford of New Castle, Pennsylvania. Democrat 1-26-1923
Thumma Edward E, nephew of Mrs. A. J. Singrey, and cousin of Mrs. M. C. Skinner and Mrs. F. P. Kiblinger, met accidental death on January 24, while cutting timber a limb fell upon him and killed him. He was 36 years, 10 months and 15 days. Services were in the Lutheran Church, of which he was a member. Burial, Shauck’s Cemetery. Democrat 2-1-1888
Thumma Emily, wife of John Thumma of Wolf Lake, died at their residence October 31 from cancer, aged 50 years, 9 months and 27 days. She was born January 4, 1838; was a member of the M. E. Church where funeral was held. Burial, Wolf Lake Cemetery. Democrat 11-7-1888
Tibbot Barbara Ann (Hull) was born in Virginia, November 24, 1814 and died at her home in Wawaka, December 30, 1899, aged 85 years, one month and 6 days. She married Isaac Tibbot and in the winter of 1834 came to Elkhart Twp. and settled in the dense forest where Wawaka now stands. She came with her parents to Ohio from Virginia and thence to Indiana. Her husband died November 11, 1886. She was the mother of 8 children. Three survive: Sarah and Emily of Wawaka, and Mary in California. Funeral was at the old homestead at her request. Burial, Cosperville Cemetery. Democrat 1-4-1900
Tidd William died at his home one mile west of town last Sunday. He was 75 years of age and about 50 years of his life was spent here. Funeral was at the Baptist Church Tuesday. Noble Democrat 12-15-1898
Tiley Naomi A, third daughter of J. J. and Mary A. Zimmerman, was born in Jefferson Twp July 24, 1853 and lived in this county until the spring of 1881 when she went to Morrow County, Ohio to reside with her sister, Mrs. M. O. Wagner. She married Samuel T. Tiley April 17, 1888. They came to Noble County in 1891 and resided in Jefferson Twp until her death, January 14, 1904 at the age of 50 years, 5 months and 24 days. She leaves a husband, 4 sisters and one brother. She was a member of the Church of Christ at Kendallville. Funeral was at the U. B. Church in Albion January 16. Burial, Albion Cemetery. New Era 1-20-1904
Tish - Mrs. of Kendallville, or better known as Mrs. Amos, was buried at Mount Pleasant last Wednesday. She died Monday. Democrat 1-30-1902
Todd Ann, daughter of William and Mary Estlick, was born June 2, 1857; was married to Levi Todd July 4, 1874. She was the mother of one son and 2 daughters, of whom the son and one daughter with their father survive. She died June 19, 1892, aged 35 years and 17 days. Apparently depressed over the death of her daughter, and after visiting the grave, returned home, wrote a letter to her husband and children, then took a heavy dose of strychnine. Democrat 6-29-1892
Todd Clyde died July 24, 1901 from an accident in which he received fatal injuries, aged 21 years and 27 days. He was born June 27, 1880. Obsequies wee at the residence Friday. Burial, Albion Cemetery. He leaves a father, mother and one brother. Democrat 8-1-1901
Tousley David, about 70, pioneer of Noble County, died in Swan Twp on Thursday last. New Era 5-6-1875
Townsend Arthur - Mrs. B. Halferty was called to Grand Rapids to attend the funeral of her nephew, Arthur Townsend. Democrat 12-13-1894
Treer Cary A died at his home 3 miles west of Wolf Lake Monday. Funeral was at the Merriam Chapel Wednesday. Burial in nearby cemetery. He leaves a wife, 5 children, a mother, sister and brothers. Democrat 12-16- & 23-1897
Treer Eliza - Cornelius Walker, Jonathan Seymoure and son, Amos, attended the funeral of the late Miss Eliza Treer of Noble Twp Thursday. Democrat 9-16-1926
Treer John Henry was born in Noble County November 20, 1887 and died May 2, 1928, aged 40 years, 5 months and 12 days. He was the son of Cary W. and Sarah Elizabeth Treer. He was preceded in death by the father, mother and one sister. On April 8, 1914 he married Fay Wolf. They had one son, Robert E. Surviving are the wife, son, and 3 brothers, Fred of Ormas, Chester of Riverside, California, and Ross of New Bremen, Ohio. He was a member of the Sparta Christian Church where funeral was held May 5. Democrat 5-10-1928
Trester Mary died Sunday. Burial, Sparta Cemetery. Democrat 8-27-1903
Treuchet Joseph, 89, operator with his wife, May, of a Rome City tavern, "May’s Place", died today in McCray Hospital. Surviving are the widow and nieces and nephews. He was born February 8, 1868 in Fort Wayne. Services Saturday in St. Gaspar Catholic Church. Burial, Orange Cemetery. 2-6-1958
Trimmer Roy of Madison, Florida died last Sunday. His is the first death in the family of 10 brothers and sisters. Harry is a brother and Mrs. Asa Riddle and Mrs. Lawrence Ott are sisters. American 1-9-1946
Trowbridge Walter D, 64, a lifelong resident of Noble County, was found dead in bed Sunday at his farm home 3 miles west of Kendallville. He was born within a mile of the home in which he died and spent his entire life in this community. Funeral was Tuesday. Burial, Sweet Cemetery. 1-23-1938
Truelove - An infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Truelove south of town, died Saturday. Funeral in the M. E. Church Monday. Democrat 1-29-1903
Truelove James Henry, 58, a brother of 2 Kendallville residents, Howard and Walter, was found dead in his Huntington home last Tuesday. Services were Saturday in Hite Funeral Home. Burial, Eel River Cemetery. 12-6-1955
Truelove Margaret nee Nickerson, died at her home April 22, 1903. She was born in Allen County, Ind., November 16, 1851. In her 20th year she married William J. Truelove. She left a husband, 4 children, a father, brothers and sisters. She was a member of the Avilla M. E. Church where funeral was held April 24. Burial, Union Cemetery. Daily Record 4-22-1903
Trumbo Orus B, about 48, died Tuesday night in Los Angeles. He was the son of Martha and James Trumbo, reared in Jefferson Twp near Rehoboth. He leaves a widow, 3 children, one sister, Mrs. Rich Beidelier of Los Angeles, several relative near Albion, including cousins Mrs. Abel Barnum and Walter Bonham. Democrat 12-2-1926
Trumbo Uriah was born in Richland County, Ohio, February 5, 1841 and moved with his parents to Noble County in 1852. He married Minerva J. Monroe November 10, 1861 and removed with his family to Putnam County, Ohio, in April 1883. He died January 2, 1888, aged 46 years, 10 months and 27 days. He leaves a wife, 2 grown sons and 2 young daughters. He was a member of the Baptist Church. Democrat 1-22-1888
Trumbull Eliza Ann, 78, one of Whitley County’s pioneer school teachers, died at her home west of Etna last Wednesday. She was the mother of Mrs. Sherman Rimmel of this city. She is survived by 7 other children. Funeral was Saturday in Etna Baptist Church. Burial, Thorn Cemetery. Democrat 10-17-1931
Trump Freddie Hayes, son of James M. and Annie M. Trump, died August 17, 1878, aged one year and 14 days. New Era 8-29-1878
Trussell Sarah (Embry) was born in Franklin County, Ohio, November 28, 1828 and died March 1, 1909, aged 81 years, 3 months and 2 days. She is survived by a husband and 2 sons. She moved with her parents to DeKalb County, Indiana at 10 years of age. She married William Gragg at the age of 18. They had 2 sons, Colbert and William. She married Jacob Trussell December 30, 1864. They had one son, who died in infancy. She was taken into the Hopewell Church November 9, 1893. Obsequies were held there Wednesday. Democrat 3-8-1909
Tryon Isaac and Lee Hine were killed by the westbound flyer on the Lakeshore Railroad last Saturday at the crossing at Sedan a few miles east of Corunna. Mr. Tryon was riding in Mr. Hine’s buggy and apparently did not see or hear the approaching train. He leaves a wife and 3 children. Albion Democrat 7-4-1901
Tryon Isaac Mrs., about 58, of Brimfield, who was taken to Longcliff, the hospital for the insane at Logansport several months ago, died there Sunday. Obsequies were in the Brimfield M. E. Church Wednesday. She was a sister of Joseph Bailey of Orange Twp, and Mrs. B. F. Bortner of Jefferson Twp. Mr. Tryon is a brother of F. N. Tryon of this city. Democrat 6-30-1903
Tryon Violetta nee Halferty, was born in Morrow County, Ohio, August 4, 1850 and died in Albion, October 20, 1900, aged 52 years, 2 months and 16 days. On October 18, 1850 her parents removed to Noble County. She joined the Lutheran Church February 3, 1864. She married Frank N. Tryon September 16, 1884 and they had one daughter. Surviving are a father and mother, the daughter, 2 brothers and 3 sisters. She was a member of Princess hive, LOTM of this city. Funeral was in the Lutheran Church Monday. Burial, Albion cemetery. Democrat 10-25-1900
Tubbs Donna Jane, 33, wife of chief warrant office Harold Tubbs, died Friday at the home of her father, Donald Paul Herb at Latta Lake near Rome City. Services Tuesday in L. E. Berhalter & Son Funeral Home, Kendallville with full military rites. She had served, a first lieutenant reserve officer, in the Air Force, in both Germany and France. 4-12-1959
Tuck James, 60, Wolcottville, died at his home there last Wednesday. For a number of years he was engaged in the drug business. During the Civil War he was a member of the 44tth Indiana Regiment. He was a member of the Masonic Order. He is survived by a wife and 2 daughters. Democrat 6-24-1909
Tucker Ora Mrs nee Smith died at her home in Chicago. She was for many years a teacher in our Sabbath School. Democrat 5-17-1900
Tumlinson Kitt B, daughter of Josiah and Mary Hoagland, was born July 31, 1882 and died at Wolf Lake June 7, 1905, aged 22 years, 10 months and 7 days. She married Edward Tumlinson February 7, 1902. They had 2 children, Lavon, aged 2, and Edward Lattie, 7 months. In 1901 she joined the Free Will Baptist Church, where obsequies were held Thursday. She leaves her father, mother, 4 half-brothers, 2 half sisters, her husband and 2 children. Burial, Wolf Lake Cemetery. Democrat 6-15-1905
Turner Caleb, 63, South St., died at his home Saturday following a stroke of paralysis. A resident of this city the past 17 years, he was born in Allen County January 26, 1854. For several years he was employed at Flint & Walling Mfg. Co. Surviving are the widow; one son, William at home; a brother, Daniel of Oakwood, Ohio; and one daughter Mrs. William Boney of Michigan. Funeral was Tuesday from the residence. Burial, Albion Cemetery. New Era 12-26-1917
Tuttle Elizabeth (Todd) died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. D. W. Baker, near Benton January 16, 1903, aged 77 years, 3 months and 23 days. She was born in Clark County, Ohio, September 25, 1825. She married James H. Tuttle November 11, 1847. they had 8 children, 2 dying in infancy. In 1860 they moved to Indiana and settled on a large farm near Wolf Lake. After 21 years, they sold the farm and purchased another in Kosciusko County near Leesburg. She was a member of the Wolf Lake Free Baptist Church, where funeral was held. She often visited her daughter, Mrs. D. A. Wiley at Wolf Lake. Burial, Wolf Lake Cemetery Noble Democrat 1-22- & 29-1903
Tyler George, son of John and Mary Elizabeth Tyler, was born in Piqua, Ohio, August 5, 1860 and died at his home northwest of Ligonier January 27, 1917, 56 years, 5 months and 22 days of age. On May 22, 1882 he married Susanna Pinchon. They had 3 children, Lilly May who died in infancy, Mable C., the wife of Charles Emahiser of this city, and Willard H. who resides near the old home. His wife died August 17, 1901. On December 24, 1906 he married Mrs. Iva Gray. They had one daughter, Dorean. At the age of 2 he moved with his parents from Ohio to the farm in Perry Twp. Surviving are 2 brothers, John H. of Mishawaka, William of near South Milford; and a sister, Mrs. Joshua Emerick of Kendallville; the wife, 2 daughters and son. Funeral was at Burr Oak United Brethren Church January 30. Burial beside his wife in the family lot at Salem. Democrat 2-5-1917
Tyler George S died at his home in Ligonier November 14, 1902, aged 65 years, 11 months and 24 days from sorosis of the liver. Democrat 11-27-1902
Tyler Henry, 91, of Ligonier, died Monday in Kondas Nursing Home, Albion. He was a lifelong resident of this vicinity. Surviving are a son, Abraham, Ligonier; and 2 sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Downing, Indianapolis, and Mrs. Walter McKee, Fontana, Calif. Services Wednesday in Ulrey-Sedgwick Funeral Home. Burial, Wolf Lake Cemetery. 3-10-1958
Tyler John L, about 83, veteran of the Mexican War, died principally of old age at his home in Rome City last Wednesday. He leaves a wife and one son. He was an expert penman and for 23 years was teacher of penmanship in the Fort Wayne Schools. New Era 4-14- & 21-1909
Tyler William- T R Ebey and family attended the funeral of his wife’s brother, William Tyler, at Ligonier, Sunday. Democrat 5-4-1899
Tyler William R, 73, died Friday at his home northeast of Kendallville from heart trouble. He was born in Ohio and moved to the farm where he died, from Ligonier 18 years ago. His wife died 21 years ago at Ligonier. Surviving are 2 sons, Roy, with whom he resided, and Harley, residing on a farm near that of his father. Democrat 8-20-1925
Ueber Frank, 28, died at Conception, Mo. Saturday night. He was sitting in a refrigerator car doorway when another train came along and pushed the door shut on him. He is survived by 5 sisters and 2 brothers. Burial, Avilla Cemetery. Democrat 11-16-1914
Ueber Ludwig, an old soldier who died at Avilla Monday of last week, was buried last Thursday from the Catholic Church at Avilla. Democrat 2-8-1894
Ufford Henry F, about 82, of Lewiston, Ill., died Tuesday. He was a brother-in-law of B. P. Gray of Wolf Lake, Mrs. Ufford being a sister of Mr. Gray. Mr. Ufford formerly resided in Wolf Lake where he was engaged in the mercantile business, leaving that place in 1856. He was also engaged in the mercantile business in Lewiston and was street commissioner of that place. Democrat 5-6-1909
Ulery John A Mrs., about 60, of Circleville, Morrow County, Ohio, died September 14 from paralysis. The Ulerys were residents of Jefferson Twp for 30 years, removing to Ohio about 6 years ago. They owned the farm now in possession of Will Neal. Democrat 10-12-1899
Ulmer Chester - Mrs. Sarah Buckles received word a few days ago of the death of her sister’s boy, Chester Ulmer of Wichita Falls, Kansas. He was a corporal at Key West, Florida during 1910. American 1-23-1941
Umbenhour William J Mrs., 56, a former resident of this county, died at her home in South Bend one week ago Thursday. Democrat 3-8-1915
Underwood James Mrs. of Bellefontaine, Ohio, died at her home yesterday. She was a sister of Mrs. W. W. Riddle of Jefferson Twp, and Mrs. William McCartney, and was a daughter of David Koons of this city. Funeral was in Bellefontaine today. Burial, Galion, Ohio. Democrat 11-2-1899
Upson Hannah, sister of Mrs. Simon Bunger of this place, died at the home of her son at Nappanee Sunday. The remains were brought to this place and funeral was at the M. E. Church Monday. Burial, at Pleasant Valley. New Era 8-15-1900
Upson Henry, about 58, died in Ligonier October 13, 1878 of chronic rheumatism. He was born in Delaware County, New York and came to this section of the country a great many years ago. New Era 10-31-1878
Upson Lucy, about 74, sister of Mr. N. P. Eagles, died in Warsaw last Thursday. Funeral was Sunday last. Democrat 2-10-1892
Vallance Clara, 32, a former Noble County teacher, died in Rochester, N.Y. July 28. Albion Democrat 8-10-1899
Vallance William, 61, a former resident of LaOtto, died at the county infirmary last Friday. Obsequies were held at the infirmary last Saturday. Burial, Wright’s Cemetery. Democrat 4-12-1915
VanBuren Margaret, 25, died at the county infirmary Sunday. Burial, Tuesday in the county infirmary cemetery. Noble County Democrat 2-22-1909
Vance Maynard Loren (Whitey), 76, a native of Ohio who lived in Rome City 30 years, died Wednesday at his residence. Surviving are the widow, Effie Jane; 3 daughters, Mrs. Helen Kanavis, Kendallville, Mrs. Mary Jane Rollins, Roanoke, and Mrs. Dolly Martin, South Bend; 7 sons, Frank and Carl, Sturgis, Mich., Walter, Union City, Alpha, Homer, Ill, Vern, Rome City, Robert, Fort Wayne, and James South Bend; 17 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren and 4 sisters. Funeral Friday in Williams Funeral Home, Wolcottville. Burial Osborn Cemetery. 5-21-1958
Vanderbosch - Herman Vanderbosch’s baby died Monday and was interred in the Catholic Cemetery Thursday. Democrat 10-26-1887
Vanderford - The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. P. Vanderford died Saturday and was interred in Sparta Cemetery Monday, aged about one week. New Era 2-3-1904
Vanderford Frank Hueton, son of J. P. and Charlotte Vanderford, was born July 13, 1908 and died of bronchial pneumonia March 20, 1909, aged 8 months and 7 days. He leaves his father, mother, one sister, Faith E. and one brother, J. C.; three in infancy having preceded him in death. Democrat 3-22-1909
Vanderford Joel was born in Vinton County, Ohio in 1813; died October 19, 1893, aged 79 years, 11 months and 14 days. He moved to Noble County in 1837 and married Emeline Bull in 1839. They had 7 children. Three, with his wife preceded him in death. He united with the Church of God in 1860. He married Julia A. Hopkins February 1892. Funeral was at Sparta Christian Church. Democrat 10-26-1893
Vanderford Lyda L, daughter of John H. and Margaret Houser, was born in Wolf Lake, February 1, 1847 and lived almost her entire life in or near this village. She died January 25, 1917. On March 1, 1866 at the close of the Civil War she married a soldier boy, Oliver P. Matthews. They had 3 sons and 2 daughters, Allen Eugene died December 13, 1909, aged 42, Edwin Wesley died in infancy, Clellie Guy at the age of 4, Mertella E is now Mrs. A. C. Simmons of Fowler, Ind., and Golda L. is Mrs. C. A. Hile of Howe, Ind. The father died October 20, 1891. One sister remains, Margaret M., wife of Thomas R. Davis. In 1894 she married Samuel Braden and after 19 years she was left a widow for the second time. She then made her home with her daughter until one year ago when she volunteered to share the lot of the third soldier boy and was married to William C. Vanderford. Democrat 2-5-1917
VanGorder Aaron A died Wednesday of last week from cancer of the stomach. He was a native of Livingston County, N.Y., and with his wife, who died about 2 years ago, came to Noble County in 1853. He has been a resident of Avilla since that time. He was the father of Professor W. B. VanGorder of the Albion Public Schools. Funeral was at the M. E. Church in Avilla Friday. Democrat 11-23-1893
Varner Jessie, 84, died yesterday in a nursing home at Roanoke. Services Thursday in Bonham & Miser Funeral Home. Burial, Lake View Cemetery. 11-13-1956
Varner Reuben, 96, died at Auburn March 16. In early life he moved to Noble County from Virginia and in 1840 was married to Sarah Bousier. New Era 3-21-1906
Veazey Isabelle (Teeple) was born in Charlestown, Indiana. Her father, James Marion Teeple, was in the undertaking and furniture business. Her mother died while she was still at home. She made a home for her father and taught school before her marriage. She married Dr. William Veazey on September 1, 1892. In the early days of their married life she made a place for Dr. Veazey’s brother, Allen, in their home so he could finish his education, the 8th grade, and graduate from high school. She was a member of the Avilla Methodist Church. She died in June 1935. 6-?-1935
Vermilyea - Mr., who died last week, was buried on Thursday in the cemetery here. New Era 3-2-1876
Vermilyea Ruth died at the residence of her son-in-law in Albion August 8, 1888, 80 years, 10 months and 17 days. She was a member of the M. E. Church for 60 years. Her remains were taken to Ohio, her former home for interment. She was born in Onondaga, N.Y., September 21, 1807 and married January 1829 to William J. Vermilyea, who some time since preceded her in death. Noble Democrat 8-15-1888
Vogeding Henry died in Avilla last Thursday and was interred in the Catholic cemetery Saturday. Democrat 11-23-1893
Vogeding William, 43, a former resident of Avilla, died Saturday in Chicago from a blood clot on the brain. Funeral was Wednesday at the Avilla Catholic Church. Surviving are 2 brothers, one sister, the widow and 3 daughters. Democrat 8-5-1926
Vogele John, 46, who resided on a farm northeast of Avilla, died last Thursday. Funeral was conducted from the Catholic Church of this place Saturday. Democrat 3-11-1897
Voris John C, about 25, died at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Voris in this city, Wednesday from heart trouble and dropsy. Funeral was last Friday. Burial, Albion Cemetery. Albion Democrat 5-25-1899
Voris Mamie, the oldest daughter of W. N. Voris and wife, died at her home on N. Oak St. last Thursday from gastric catarrh of the stomach. Funeral was at the residence Saturday. Burial, Albion Cemetery. She leaves a father, mother, one sister and 2 brothers. About 5 weeks ago her brother, John, died. Albion Democrat 6-29-1899
Voris William, 88, died at his home on S. Liberty St. on Christmas morning from the infirmities of old age. He was born in Mercer County, Ohio, March 20, 1832 and came to Indiana at the age of 3. He married Elizabeth Robinson at Wolf Lake in 1866. He was the first Noble County man to enlist in the Civil War. He served in Co. F. of the 30th Ind., and later organized Co. A of the 9th and also Co. B of the 30th, of which he was captain. He had been a resident of Albion about 30 years, coming here from Ligonier. He is survived by his wife and 3 children, Will and Maude of this city, and Carna of Denver, Colo. Two children, Mamie and John, preceded him in death. Two grandchildren, Elizabeth and Robert Voris, also survive. Funeral was this afternoon. Burial, Albion Cemetery. Democrat 12-28-1920