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Source: Crawfordsville Review Saturday, Jan 22, 1916 -- Waveland Jan 21 - James MURRAY aged 73 and one month, a veteran of the civil war died tonigth at 7 o'clock of apoplexy and bronchial pneumonia. Mr. Murray had been unconscious since last Tuesday. The deceased was born in Pickaway Co OH Dec 22, 1842. He enlisted at the call to arms in Company H, 129th Ohio infantry and served his country well and faithfully as a soldier. After the war, he came to Indiana and worked at his trade of milling until too old to be thus engaged. He married Mary Richardson and to them were born two children, John F died in infancy and Carrie Dooley who is the only suvivors, the wife having died in August 1910. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 and will be in charge of Rev. Stewart. Interment in Maple HIll Cemetery.
Source: Waveland Independent Jan 28, 1916 -- James Murray, who has been in poor health for a long time died at his home on East Howard Street on Friday evening of last week. Funeral services were held at the ME Church on Sunday afternoon at 2:30. The services at the grave were in charge of the Masonic Fraternity of which Mr. Murray was a member. He was born in Pickaway County, Ohio Dec 31, 1842. His early life was spent in that state. He enlisted in Co. H 129th Infantry and served in the Civil War. At the close of the war, he came to this state and learned the trade of miller in old Rockport Mill in Parke County. He pursued this occupation until disabled by ill health. In August 1867 he was married to Miss Mary Richardson of Logansport. To them were born a son, who died in infancy and daughter, Mrs. Carrie Dooley who with her two children, Max and Evaleen, survive. Early in life, Mr. Murray joined the Methodist Church. In all his business dealings he was honest and upright. He was a good neighbor and citizen.
Source: Logansport Journal-Tribune - Tuesday 25 January 1916 pg 9 Waveland, Ind., Jan. 22 - James Murray, age 74, died here last night. He was a miller by trade and was born in Ohio. He served during the Civil war in the Twenty-eighth Ohio. One daughter, Mrs. Carrie Dooley, an inmate of the Central Hospital for the Insane, survives him. (thanks Ginny A. for this one)
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