Sudden Death of
Elijah Clarkson, who for a number years has made his home with his son, Tip Clarkson, of Hope died early Sunday morning, Sept 15.
Mr. Clarkson was one of the older generation having reached his 78th year last April. He formerly lived in Jennings Co but removed to this place years ago. Up until the day before his death, Mr. Clarkson had been attending to his regular work. Sometime before daylight Sunday morning his son heard a noise which attracted his attention. Upon going to his father's room he found the old gentleman suffering from a hemorrage of the lungs and it was not long until the end came.
The body was removed to the home of his daughter, Mrs.
Uriah Glick, at whose house the funeral services were held Tuesday morning, Sept
17 at 10 o'clock. The funeral serman was preached by Rev. A. H Allen, assisted
by Rev D. C. Meinert. The body
was laid to rest in the cemetery at Enon
beside the body of Mrs. Clarkson who was buried three years ago.
Miss Carrie Deputy, wife of William Deputy is almost blind caused by sickness
Billy Sidell, proprietor of Tunnel Mills.
John S. Burge (?), deceased. The following are offering 4 shares of the estate. Alonzo, Wesley C., Benjamin S. Burdge (?).
January 4, 1876-paper
I. G. Whitcomb built the home for the sisters of Catholic School.
Jan. 11, 1876
A mound on Tommy Pool's farm near Butlerville was opened by Dr. Green. Bones, arrows and other contents found.
Thomas Pool, was born in Randolph Co. North Carolina on April 25, 1786. Married Rebecca Rush. In 1811 moved to Clarks Grant. Came to Jennings Co. in 1827. Enlisted in the War of 1812 under General Hopkins and also served under Capt. John Pitman. Has 9 children living and 2 dead. He can tell many incedents of pioneer history of the county.
January 16, 1876
Article on Mound Builders by Dr. C.E. Green and what was found in the mound near Butlerville, Indiana.
List of delinquent lands for sale.
January 25, 1876
List of heavy taxpayers wo pay $50.00 or more.
Notice: In memory of Mrs. Jane Campbell, wife of Granvi P. Campbell who died Sept. 14, 1876
Hicks, Holmes and Huckelberry opening a stone quarry near Butlerville on the Wm. ? Pool farm
State vs. Thomas Kyle for murder of Thomas Raddy.
February 8, 1876
Centennial Edition--Business Directory of Jennings Co.
Early settlers, History of North Vernon and Jennings Co.
Feb. 23, 1876
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