Fred M. Harbison
Fred Mercer Harbison, 58, died at about 11:25 p. M. Thursday (February 28, 1952) at his home about one mile northeast of Wheeling following an illness of some two weeks.
services will be held Sunday at 10 a. M. At the Wheeling Methodist church with
Rev. Milton Boswell and Rev. Rosier officiating. Burial will be in
include the wife, Cora; four children, Bertis of
Gary, Mrs. Janet Colvin of Francisco, Robert of Princeton and Jack at home; a
sister, Mrs. Hester Myricks of
Mr. Harbison was born in Center township and had resided in that community his entire lifetime. He was an oil driller and was a member of the Wheeling Methodist church.
Mr. Harbison has been taken from the Wright and Kendall funeral home to the residence where friends may call.
(Princeton Daily Clarion, 29 Feb 1952)
He died from a Cerebral Hemorrhage 12 day’s duration. Per ROD,
The following was received from his daughter, Janet
HARBISON Colvin, on
was born in the
December 2, 1913 - Wheeling notes - Fred Harbinson while out riding in his automobile lost control of the machine and ran into George Thompson's cornfield, punchered a tire, but was able to get out without assistance.