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DAVIES, John E.

February 26, 1918

Davies-John E., of Muncie, Ind., husband of Elizabeth Davies, brother of Mrs. Thomas Llewellyn and Mrs. John E. Jones. Funeral at Cleveland, Tues., at 3:30, from J. N. Richards' undertaking parlors, Broadway and Jones road.


DAVIS, Elizabeth

August 15, 1931

Davis: Elizabeth, wife of the late John E., mother of Harry and Mrs. Frank Tuttle, at Muncie, Ind., Aug. 13. At Jones' Funeral Home, Miles and E. 95th St., after Friday p. m., where services will be held Saturday. Aug. 15, at 1:30 p. m.


DAVIS, Eva (Smith)

The Muncie Star Saturday, October 31, 1959

Woman Dies When Hit by Automobile

Mrs. Eva Davis, 38, of 1223 S. Madison St., was injured fatally at 10:37 p.m. Friday when struck by an automobile driven by Charles J. Strader, 16, 1515 W. Main St. The accident occurred at Madison and Willard streets while Mrs. Davis and her daughter, Mrs. Frances Delk, 20, same address, walked across the intersection with two bottles of pop which they purchased at a near-by service station. Mrs. Davis was dead on arrival at Ball Memorial Hospital, where she was rushed in a city ambulance. Dr. Warren Bergwall, corner, made a preliminary investigation of the death and said he would conduct his official inquest Saturday. It was the fifteenth traffic death to occur in Delaware County since January and the seventh to occur in Muncie. The police said they had "only sketchy" details of what happened and at 1 a.m. they were trying to unravel some contradictory statements made by reported witnesses. A service station attendant who sold them the pop, said he did not witness the accident, Police said Mrs. Davis was on the pavement 75 feet south of Willard street and about 10 feet from the east curb when they arrived at the scene. They had not found anyone who said they saw the accident happen.

The Muncie Star, Sunday, November 1, 1959

Services Monday for Auto Victim

Funeral services for Mrs. Eva Davis, 38, 1223 S. Madison St., who was killed Friday night as she walked across Madison Street near Willard Street, will be held at 1 p.m. Monday at the Meeks Mortuary with the Rev. Harry Case officiating. Burial will be in Beech Grove Cemetery.

Mrs. Davis is survived by her husband, Owen, R.R. 1, Eaton; a daughter, Mrs. Frances Delk of Muncie; two sons, Frank and Forrest, both of Muncie; her mother, Mrs. Hattie Smith of Muncie; two sisters, Mrs. Elsie Creek and Mrs. Ocie Pittsford, both of Muncie; three brothers, Woodie Smith, Raymond Smith, and Jerry Smith, all of Muncie; and two grandchildren.

Mrs. Davis was struck by a car driven by Charles Strader, 16, 1515 W. Main St., who told police he failed to see the woman.

Friends may call at the mortuary after 4 p.m. Sunday.

Contributed By: Gina Richardson


DAVIS, Max

November 22, 1972

Davis. Max Davis, dearly beloved husband of Frieda, devoted father of Leonard, Kenneth M. of Muncie, Ind., and dear grandfather of six, dear brother of Mrs. Rebecca Cohen. Graveside will be held in Zion Memorial Park Cemetery, Wednesday, Nov. 22, at 2 p.m. Please omit flowers. Family at the home, 13658 Cedar Rd., University Heights. Arrangements under direction of Berkowitz-Kumin Memorial Chapel.


DICKERSON, Charlotte

The Star Press - Sunday, June 25, 2000

Charlotte Dickerson, 83

MUNCIE - Charlotte M. Dickerson, 83, died Friday in Liberty Village Nursing Home after a long illness. Mrs. Dickerson was born in Yorktown and attended Muncie schools. She was employed by Ball Stores and W.T. Grant Co. and retired from Action Inc. She was a member of Fountain Square United Methodist Church and was secretary of Thomas Park and Avondale neighborhood associations.

 Surviving are a daughter, Carolyn S. Smith; three sons, James R. Dickerson, John A. Dickerson (wife: Karen) and Joseph Dickerson; three stepdaughters, Norma Swift, Juanita Gustilum and Virginia Perry; nine grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; several step grandchildren, and several step great grandchildren. Her husband, Harry D. Dickerson, a son, a daughter, two sisters, two brothers and two stepchildren are deceased.

Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Meeks Mortuary. Burial will be in Gardens of Memory Cemetery. Calling will be 4-8 p.m. Monday or before services Tuesday at Meeks Mortuary. Memorials may be made to Fountain Square United Methodist Church

Contributed By: Kelly Runyon Bragg


DOTTERWEICH, Walter E.

June 8, 1970

Dotterweich. Walter E. Dotterweich, husband of Dorothy, father of Edward, William and Michael (formerly of Cleveland), son of Mrs. Margaret Dotterweich of Cleveland, Mr. Dotterweich was formerly associated with the Franklin Ice Cream Corp. Services will be held at The M. L. Meeks & Sons Mortuary, Muncie, Ind. at 4 p.m. Sunday. Visitation 7-9 P.M. Saturday.


DOTY, Adeline (Gump)

The Muncie Star, Thursday, January 26, 1911 Page 10

Aged Resident Passes

Mrs. Adeline Doty, 81, First of Family to Die.

Mrs. Adeline Doty, 81 years old, a resident of the northern part of Delaware county, near Eaton, is dead at her home after a brief illness of liver trouble and complications. A peculiar condition that exists in her family is that she was the first to die of a family of ten children, six of whom reside in Delaware county. Her brothers and sisters living in this county are William, David and George Gump of Eaton. Lewis and Henry Gump of Shideler and Mrs. Jacob North and Mrs. Amanda Pierson. Funeral services will be held this morning at 10 o'clock in the Christian church at Eaton, the Rev. Abraham Young officiating and burial will be made in Eaton cemetery.

(Note: Adeline is buried in Union Cemetery)

The Muncie Star, Friday, January 27, 1911 Page 14

Mrs. Doty's Funeral

The funeral of Mrs. Adeline Doty, who died at her home near Eaton, was held yesterday at 10 o'clock in the Christian church in Eaton. The Rev. Abraham young officiated. Burial was made in Eaton cemetery.

Contributed By: Gina Richardson


DRISCOLL, William

William Driscoll, son of William and Emmeline Driscoll, deceased, was born in Clarke County Ohio, January 28, 1840, and came with his parents to Delaware County in his infancy, where he resided until his death, September 25, 1900, aged 60 years 7 months 27 days.

Rachel Driscoll, daughter of William and Sarah Kiger, deceased and wife of William Driscoll was born in Delaware County, Indiana April 13 1842, died September 25, 1900, aged 58 years 5 months 12 days.

Brother and Sister Driscoll were united in marriage May 20, 1861. Brother Driscoll is survived by two brothers and four sisters. His father, mother, two brothers and two sisters having preceded him to the Spirit Land.  Sister Driscoll leaves four brothers and five sisters, and each leave many friends and other relatives to mourn their loss.

Some thirty  years ago, February 9 1869 Brother and Sister Driscoll were happily converted during a series of meetings held in a school house by Rev. J Johnston near Bethel Church. since which time they have been active and efficient members of the ME church.  They have always responded liberally with their means in support of the church and have wielded a great influence in building  up the membership in the churches where they have been associated, each being possessed richly of the Holy Ghost religion and more than ordinary evangelistic ability.  The class at Bethel (?where) brother and sister Driscoll held their membership at the time of (?their) death  feel and realize that they have sustained a great loss.  They have left a vacancy that scarcely can be filled.  They will be among the first to be missed at the class meetings and preaching services, which they seldom ever missed when able to be present.  The happy testimonies of these dear ones so freighted with a ripe religious experience, can never be erased from the mind and memories of their coworkers. Death came in a sudden and shocking manner and has robbed us of these jewels, but death leaves no sting nor hath the grave achieved a victory.  They have left the happy evidence that they were watching, waiting and ready to go at the dear Lord's command and that is is well with them.

Their lives and characters were model ones and truly worth of emulat'on.  They were possessors of all the characteristics essential to good citizenship.  The hearts that are now lifeless in the tenements of clay were once the seat of unbounded friendship; their now sightless eyes greeted us with a radiant and becoming intelligence; their voices now still in death bade'us a welcome and a greeting in which there was no false pretense.

Ah it is sad to give up these loved ones, but God will wipe away the tears which we are not now able to control and conceal and some sweet day our sorrows will be turned to joy and then we will understand the lives Brother and sister Driscoll  They will bid us a glad welcome in the glory world, where sorrows, farewells and partings never come.

"Farewell, brother, sister, farewell;
We are only waiting till the shadows
Are a little longer grown.
Only waiting till the glimmer
Of the last day's beam is flown.
Only waiting till the angels
Open wide the mystic grate--
There within, where saints immortal reign,
We shall meet again,
"Thus star by star declines
Till all are passed away;
As morning high and higher shines
To pure and perfect day;>
Nor sink those stars in empty night,
But hide themselves in heaven's own light."

Funeral services were held at the Bethel Church September 27. Presiding Elder, C.U. Wade officiating. Interment was made at the Rees Cemetery. The funeral was among the largest ever held in Delaware County


DUDELSTON, Charles
The Muncie Evening Press May 30,1974 Page 28 column 1 also in The Muncie Morning Star page 5 column 1.

Retired glass blower dies

Services for Charles Dudelston, 86, 2427 N. Walnut, will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. in Parson Mortuary with burial, in Union Cemetery. He was a native of Eaton, a retired glass blower.

Surviving are three sons; Preston, Hartford City, Ralph Daily and William Daily, Mt Vernon,Ohio; two daughters, Mrs. Maxine Musice and Mrs. Geraldine Harmon, Muncie; 11 grandchildren, Calling will be at Parson Mortuary from 7-9 o'clock tonight.

Contributed By: Gina Richardson


DUDELSTON, Ella

The Muncie Morning Star August 29, 1927. Page 10 Column 2

EATON WOMAN KILLS SELF WHILE FAMILY IS IN SUNDAY SCHOOL

Because of ill health Miss Ella Dudeltson, 45, hanged herself at her home in Eaton yesterday morning. Relatives found her body when they returned from Sunday School, she had been ill since March and was losing her sight.

Dr. J.F. Downing, acting coroner, signified that he would file a verdict of suicide. The body was removed by H.G. Mapton, mortician, to the home of a sister. Mrs Jasper Lewellen in Eaton, where friends may call. The casket will not be opened at the church. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the Eaton Christian Church, with the Rev. H.C. Powell officiating. Burial will be in Union Cemetery. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Lewellen and Mrs. Robert Love, of Muncie; a brother, and two half sisters, Mrs Savannah Ellis and Mrs. Al Needler, of Scott County.

Contributed By: Gina Richardson


DUDELSTON, Isaiah (& Oscar Wilson)

The Muncie Morning Star Saturday, December 23,1922

STATISTICS

Funerals

DUDDLESTON-WILSON  Double funeral services for Isaiah Duddleston and Oscar Wilson who were instantly killed Wednesday morning when the automobile in which they were riding was struck by a traction car at the Bartlett crossing north of Albany, will be conducted at 10 o'clock this morning at the Albany Methodist Church with the Rev. Mr Palmer in charge. Burial will be made in the Black Cemetery.

FORMER ALBANY BANK PRESIDENT KILLED BY CAR

Isaiah Duddleston Meets Death With Oscar Wilson, His Son-in-law.

BARTLETTS CROSSING IS SCENE OF AUTO CRASH

Isaiah Duddleston, 83, leading business man of Albany and until recently president of the Albany State Bank was instantly killed and his son-in-law, Oscar Wilson, 51, was injured so seriously that he died within a few minutes, when the automobile in which they were riding was struck by a north-bound Union Traction car at the Eaton pike crossing, one and one half miles north of Albany, at 8:40 o'clock yesterday morning. Mr. Duddleston was dead when passengers and employees on the traction car reached him and Mr. Wilson died soon after being placed on the car to be taken to Albany. Although both men suffered many broken bones and other injuries, a crushed skull was the injury which caused Mr. Duddleston's instant death.

A crushed hip was probably the fatal injury received by the younger man, according to Coroner J.F. Downing, who was called to Albany to investigate the fatality. The car was in charge of Motorman W.L. Simmons and Conductor T. Hitchcock, both of whom were questioned by the coroner.

CROSSING VIEW OBSTRUCTED.

The crossing view is somewhat obstructed by a depression in the pike to the west of the crossing. There is a view of the track until one is within about 600 feet of the tracks, but from there until within about fifty feet of the track, the view is prevented by the depression in the road. The view of vehicles on the pike is similarly obstructed. Norval T. Wingate, farmer and deputy road supervisor, who lives near the scene of the accident, was the only eye-witness of the tragedy. Mr. Wingate, who was waiting at the crossing for a south bound car, stepped into the little shelter house at the crossing as the traction car approached and as the automobile, struck by the traction car, crashed into the house, demolishing one side of it.

AUTOMOBILE TRAVELING FAST

Mr. Wingate, when questioned by Coroner Downing, stated that when he saw the automobile approaching the track, he waved through the window in the side of the shelter house, to attract the attention of the men in the auto, which was a touring car with the side curtains in place, but they failed to see his warning gestures. he estimated that the automobile was being driven at a rate of twenty-five or thirty miles per hour.

The traction car was traveling at about thirty or forty miles an hour, the trainmen said. In his statement to the coroner, Motorman Simmons stated that when he saw Mr. Wingate at the crossing, he shut off the current, but, when Mr. Wingate stepped back in the shelter house applied the current again, and the traction car "picked up" its usual speed. The usual warning whistle was sounded as the car approached the crossing according to both Mr. Wingate and Motorman Simmons. The latter testified that he did not see the automobile until the latter was about forty feet and the traction car about one hundred feet from the crossing. The automobile was struck about opposite the steering wheel and the front part of it was torn into small pieces, Mr. Wilson was knocked fifty feet from the point of the collision.

BANK PRESIDENT FOR FIFTEEN YEARS

Mr. Duddleston was one of the most prominent residents of Delaware County. He was one of the organizers of the Albany State Bank, was president of the bank for fifteen years, until recently, when he retired from most of his business activities. Previous to his residence in Albany, he conducted a general store in Granville, north of Muncie.

He was a veteran of the Cival War having served with the Eighty-Fourth Indiana regiment of volunteers. At one time he taught school for a brief period and later served as trustee of Niles township. Since retiring from business, Mr. Duddleston has made his home with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson, on their farm near Albany. Mr. Wilson was a prominent farmer and had always been active in agricultural circles in the county. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Nettie Wilson; four daughters, Mrs. Harvey Osenbaugh and Mrs.John Lewis, of this county, and Larie and Florence Wilson, who lived with the parents; five sons; Harry Wilson who lives in the West; Alfred and Paul Wilson, of Muncie, and Donald and Estel Wilson, of who resided with the parents; two brothers, S.H. Wilson, of Muncie and Aaron C. Wilson, of Albany; and three sisters, Mrs. Sarah Wingate of north of Muncie, Mrs. Lillie A. Dwyer, of Dunkirk, and Mrs. Harry McKee, of Muncie. Bodies Taken To Albany. Mr. Duddleston's only immediate surviving relative is the daughter, Mrs. Wilson. However, he is survived by three nephews, J.Cooper Props, of Muncie and Ralph and Harry Duddleston, of Eaton, and two nieces, Mrs. William Addington of Muncie, and Mrs. Jasper Lewellen, of Eaton. Following the coroner's investigation, the bodies were taken to the Moorehead undertaking establishment in Albany and prepared for burial and were later removed to the Wilson home. Funeral arrangements have not been made. Mrs. Wilson the wife and daughter of the victims of the fatality was prostrated following the tragedy and was under the care of a physician last night.

The Muncie Morning Star, Thursday, December 21, 1922 (VOL. 46-NO. 237) Page 1, column 1

Contributed By: Gina Richardson


DUDELSTON, Malcolm C.

DEATH: Malcolm C. Dudelston, 79

Muncie- Malcolm C. Dudelston, 79, died Friday in Ball Memorial Hospital. He was born in Eaton, Graduated from Eaton High School in 1939 and spent most of his life in the Muncie area.

He served in the Army Air Corps during World War II.

Mr. Dudelston was a meat cutter at Ross Supermarkers for 18 years before his retirement.

He is survived by his wife, Mary Dudelston, to whom he had been married for 43 years; two sons, Tom Dudelston (wife:Bonnie) and Rex Dudelston; a stepson, Mike Brant (wife:Patty); two daughters, Ann Polk (husband:Bill) and Nancy Brinker (husband:Jon); a brother, Max Dudelston (wife:Anna Ruth); two sisters, Betty Taylor and Beverly Absher (husband:Gene); 12 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his son, Robert Dudelston; his mother Merl Oberley; his father, Murven Dudelston; his brother, Myron Dudelston; and two sisters Barbara White and Bonnie Withers.

Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at The Meeks Mortuary Chapel. Pastor John Garrett will officiate. Burial will follow in Elm Ridge Cemetery. Calling hours will be 4-8 p.m. Monday at The Meeks Mortuary.

Contributed By: Gina Richardson


DUDELSTON, Martha

Wednesday January 29, 1969

Mrs. Martha R. Dudelston, 2427 N. Walnut St., died at noon Tuesday in Ball Hospital after an extended illness. She was 81. Mrs. Dudelston was a native of Madison county but spent most of her life in Muncie.

Surviving are her husband, Charles; a daughter, Mrs. Peggy Grundy, W. Palm Beach, Fla.; two sons, Virgil L. Boots, Eaton, and James Olesen, Ridgeville; three stepsons, Preston Dudelston, Hartford City, Ralph Dudelston, Mt. Vernon, and William E. Dudelston, Apple Valley, Calif.; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Geraldine Harmon and Mrs. Maxine Music, both of Muncie; two brothers, Joseph L. Brown of Centerville and Charles H. Brown of Hagerstown; three grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren.

Rev. K. Edward Maynard will conduct services at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Parson Mortuary where friends may call from 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Wednesday and prior to services Thursday. Burial will be in Elm Ridge Cemetery.

Contributed By: Gina Richardson


DUDELSTON, Murven

The Star Press, Sunday, November 9,1980

Murven Dudelston, 77, Dies After Long Illness

Murven (Dud) Dudelston, 77, 3004 W. Ethel Ave., died Saturday in Ball Hospital after a long illness.

Mr. Dudelston was a native and life resident of Muncie. He had been employed at Al Pete Meats, Inc. prior to his retirement and formerly worked at Marhoefer Packing Co. Mr. Dudelston was a member of Moose Lodge 33. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Graham Dudelston; two sons, Malcolm C. Dudelston, Muncie, and Max Dudelston, New Castle; three daughters, Mrs. Bonnie Withers, Russell Springs, Ky., Miss Regina Parker, Fort Wayne, and Miss Gloria Parker, at home; and several grandchildren.

Private services will be held Monday in Meeks Mortuary with Rev. Yung S. Chen, pastor of Industry United Methodist Church, officiating. Cremation will follow, There will be no calling hours.

Contributed By: Gina Richardson


DUDELSTON, Myron

The Muncie Star, Sunday, March 20, 1966.

Myron Dudelston

Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Pitman Funeral home, Eaton, for Myron L. Dudelston, 41, Royerton, who died unexpectedly about 1 a.m. Saturday at his residence.

Burial will be in Hopewell Cemetery near Farmland. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Sunday and prior to services Monday.

Mr Dudelston, a native of Eaton, had worked as a salesman at the Sears store in Muncie in recent months. Prior to that he worked 23 years for Marhoefer Packing Co., and was a member of the Marhoefer Sympathy Club.

He is survived by his wife, Virginia; four sons, Myron Ray, Gary Lee, Jackie Joe and Steven Michael, all at home; his mother, Mrs. Charles Oberley, Muncie; his father, Murven Dudelston, Muncie; two brothers, Max, New Castle, and Malcolm, Muncie, and three sisters, Mrs. Eugene Abshure, Eaton, Mrs. Betty Taylor, Eaton, and Mrs. Henry Withers, Russell Springs, Ky.

Contributed By: Gina Richardson


DUDELSTON, Preston

December 29, 1991

Preston C. Dudelston, 81

HARTFORD CITY, Ind-Preston C. (Dud) Dudelston, 81, 816 N Walnut St. died Sunday in Ball Memorial Hospital, Muncie. He was born in Eaton and had been a resident of Hartford City most of his life.

He retired from Bathy, a division of Armco Manufacturing, in 1973. He had been a private electrical contractor and worked in the service department of Montgomery Ward for many years. He operated a Sunoco station for several years Mr. Dudelston was a Navy veteran of the Seebees, He was named a Sagamore of the Wabash in 1975, and he was active in Republican politics.

Mr Dudelston was a member of First Christian Church; Hartford City American Legion Post 169; Amvets Post 23, of which he was commander from 1952 to 1954 and state commander from 1957 to 1959, and a life member of Hartford City Elks Lodge 625, of which he was exhaulted ruler in 1964-65.

Survivors include his second wife, Betty Futrell-Lafevre Dudelston; three sons, Robert Dudelston, Georgia, Ronald C. Dudeslton, Hartford City, and David E. Dudeslton, Dunkirk; a daughter, Maxie Ann (Mrs. William) Malott, Hartford City; a stepdaughter, Virgilee Clamme, Missouri; a sister, Geraldine Harmon, Muncie; Two half-brothers, Ralph Dailey and William E. Daily, both of Mount Vernon, Ohio; eight grandchildren, four step grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and two step great-grandchildren.

His first wife, Maxine B. Spaulding Dudelston, died in 1967. A sister, Maxine Musice, also preceded him in death.

Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Keplinger Funeral Home, with Rev. Lloyd Hall officiating. Burial will be in Hartford City Cemetery. Calling will be 3-5 and 6-9 p.m. today and form 8 a.m. until services Tuesday at the funeral home.

Elks Lodge 625 will have a memorial service at 7:30 p.m. today in the funeral home. Lodge members will meet at 7 p.m.

Memorials may be sent to the Blackford County Heart Association, 414 N. High St. Hartford City 47348, or the American Lung Association, 8777 Purdue Road, Suite 310, Indianapolis, 46268.

Contributed By: Gina Richardson


DUDELSTON, Ralph

The Muncie Morning Star May 21, 1926 Page 2 Column 1-2

R. DUDELSTON TAKES HIS LIFE

Makes Five Futile Attempts to Suicide Before Succeeding.

Ralph Dudelston, 48, a retired farmer, doggedly pursued his efforts to commit suicide early yesterday morning at the home of his sister, Mrs. Robert Love, 203 Ward Avenue, and finally, after five futile attempts, succeeded. He was found by police officers, who had been summoned by Mrs. Love and her husband, hanging by an apron string tied to a water pipe in the bathroom. The motive for the act, officers said , was a result of worry over separation from his wife which took place about eight months ago.

He was also to appear as a witness in an automobile accident case which capacity he bitterly detested. Face Bloody When the police officers entered the bathroom through a window, the door having been locked from the inside, they found the man standing upright with his back against a water heater, his face covered with blood, and the strong belt of a new apron cut deep into his neck supporting the weight of his body. This was the result of Dudelston's last attempt to end his life. Previously he had placed the muzzle of a revolver directly in the middle of his forehead and was forced to pull the trigger four times before any of the shells would fire. Then the bullet, of the soft lead type, tore through the skin, ripping it in many directions, crashed into the skull and flattened out to about the size of a half-dollar and thickness of a nickel. However, the force of impact did not fracture the skull.

Services Tomorrow. Dudelston's first attempt to hang himself failed when the towel he was using broke. Officers are uncertain whether this action preceeded or followed the shooting. Surviving are the sisters, Mrs. Josie Lewellen of Eaton, Mrs. Savannah Ellis of this city, Mrs. Mamie Love of this city, and brothers, Charles and George both of Eaton. The body was taken to the home of his sister, Mrs. J.M. Lewellen in Eaton yesterday. The funeral services will be held at 3:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the Eaton Christian Church with the Rev. Mr. Powell, of the Eaton M.E. Church, officiating. Burial will be made in the Union Cemetery near Eaton.

Contributed By: Gina Richardson


DUDELSTON, Richard Alan

The Muncie Morning Star, June 13, 1962

Richard A. Dudelston

Eaton-Richard Alan Dudelston, 3-day-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dudelston, 414 E. North St., Eaton, died at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday at Ball Memorial Hospital, Muncie.

Surviving in addition to the parents are three brothers, Myron Ray, Gary Lee and Jackie Joe all at home, and the grandparents. Mrs. Merl Oberley, Muncie and Richard Smithson, Farmland.

Funeral arrangments are pending. Friends may call at the Pitman Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Burial will be in Hopewell Cemetery. Farmland.

Contributed By: Gina Richardson


DUNSTON, John L.

Muncie Star - Tuesday, May 2, 1933

DUNSTON FUNERAL RITES ON THURSDAY

The funeral of John L. Dunston, 78, who died yesterday at his home, 1715 South Blaine street, will be conducted at 10 o'clock Thursday morning at the residence. Burial will be in Tomlinson Cemetery. Mr. Dunston retired three years ago from the employ of the Big Four Railroad. He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Julia Dunston; three brothers, Dan Dunston of Bellefontaine, O., Jackson Dunston of Huntsville, O., James Dunston of Russellville, O., and one sister, Mrs. Susan McCoy of Bellefontaine, O. The body will be returned to the residence from the Moffitt and Piepho funeral home this evening.

Contributed By: Fran Minchew


DZIGIL, John J.

May 16, 1950

Dzigil, John J., beloved husband of Helen, father of Barbara Jean, son of Joseph and Catherine, brother of Joseph Anthony and Lenard, passed away May 13 at Muncie, Ind. Funeral services Wednesday, May 17,from Dziczkowski Funeral Home at 8:30 a. m. and from Sacred Heart of Jesus Church at 9 a. m. Interment   Calvary Cemetery.




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