Yeley Family Obituaries

all submitted by Nick Powell

 

Mrs. Adam Yeley                                              Friday, January 9, 1920                   Hope Star Journal

Died Thursday, age 55, at South Walnut St., in Hope. She leaves 2 sons, 3 sisters and 4 brothers. Funeral Service was Sunday at the Hope Methodist Church with burial at the Moravian Cemetery.


Adria Ellen Swartz Yeley                                Tuesday, April 20, 1920                  Hope Star Journal

Born near St. Louis Crossing September 21, 1863, died January 8, 1920 ant Hope. She married Adam Yeley April 22, 1885. Surviving are an aged mother, 2 sons, Arthur and Ralph; 3 sisters, Mrs. Bell Lawless, Mrs. Cynthia Miller and Mrs. Docia McCoy of Indianapolis; 4 brothers John O., George, Henry and Samuel Swartz; and 6 grandchildren. Funeral Service was January 11 at the Hope Methodist Church with burial at Hope.

Mrs. Adam Yeley (Adria Swartz Yeley)                                             Friday, January 9, 1920                   Hope Star Journal

Died Thursday, age 55, at South Walnut St., in Hope. She leaves 2 sons, 3 sisters and 4 brothers. Funeral Service was Sunday at the Hope Methodist Church with burial at the Moravian Cemetery. 


Albert Yeley                                       Friday, November 27, 1931                          Hope Star

Died Sunday of injuries from an accident Saturday south of Shelbyville. He was 29, son of Mrs. Leona Yeley, Hope, born January 1902 near Nortonburg. He had lived in Hope 11 years. Surviviing is a sister, Minnie, at home; a brother, Frank of Nortonburg; grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Robertson of Hope. Funeral Service was Tuesday at home with burial at Garland Brook Cemetery in Columbus.


George Martin Yeley                                      May 25, 1916                      Hope Star Journal

Died Sunday, age 52, southeast of Newbern. Funeral service was Tuesday at the home of Herby Ham, miles south of Newbern. Burial at Garland Brook, Columbus.

Miss Laura May Yeley                               September 4, 1908                          Hope Star

Died at the home of her uncle, Francis Vanskikie near Nortonburg on Sunday, age 23. Funeral service was at the home on Tuesday with burial at Garland Brook.

John Yeley                          Friday, January 2, 1925                   Hope Star

Died December 25, 1924 12 miles east of Columbus, age 78. Funeral service was Saturday at the home with burial at Garland Brook. 

 

 

Mrs. Julia Yeley                                 Tuesday, August 26, 1919                             Hope Star

Died Saturday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. John Talkington, near Petersville, age 82. Surviving are 3 daughters and 1 son, Mrs. Talkington, Mrs. Leota Woods of Memphis, Mrs. Ed Anderson of Evansville, and Nobe Yeley. Funeral Service was Tuesday at Sharon Baptist Church with burial there


Martin Yeley                                      May 25, 1916                      Hope Star

Died Sunday, age 52, southeast of Newbern. Funeral service was Tuesday at the home of Herby Ham, miles south of Newbern. Burial at Garland Brook, Columbus.

Melvin Francis Yeley                                   Friday, July 11, 1930                        Hope Star

Died Saturday, July 5, southeast of Hartsville, age 65. Surviving are 3 daughters and 2 sons. Funeral Service was Monday at the Hartsville Christian Church with burial at College Cemetery.


Russell L Yeley                                   July 9, 1914                         Hope Star Journal

The 1 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Yeley died Monday 2 miles southeast of Hartsville. Funeral Services was Wednesday at Hartsville Christian Church with burial at College Cemetery.


Walter Edgar Yeley                                      Friday, May 11, 1928                       Hope Star

Died Saturday at the home of his mother, Mrs. Leona Yeley, in Hope, age 31. He was telephone lineman and worked at the Hope hatchery. Also surviving are his father, James Yeley, of near Nortonburg; a sister Minnie Yeley at home; 2 brothers, Frank of near Nortonburg and Albert at home; his grandmother Mrs. Margaret Robertson of Hope. Funeral service was Tuesday at home with burial at Garland Brook.