Randolph County, Indiana
The Winchester Daily
Carl Lennon, aged thirty, an employee of the
Woodbury Glass factory, died Thursday of last week at his home on Short street,
following an extended illness with tuberculosis. He had been a resident of
Winchester the past five years and was well and favorably known. He is survived
by his widow and four children. Funeral services were conducted Sunday by Rev.
J.H. Wilson and the remains taken to Fairmount, his former home, for interment.
March 14, 1918
CARL LENNON DIES OF TUBERCULOSIS
Contributed by Gina Richardson
A Randolph County Area Newspaper
b. Winchester, lnd. Aug. 25,1841-d. Jan. 25, 1892 of La Grippe; she was the d/o -- Romizer and -- (Shaefer) b. Germany. the wf/o Ed. Lennon. Surv. are several bros, and sisters. Fun. at the Catholic Church, bur. at Fountain Pk. Cem. She was a sis/o Taylor Romizer. Feb. 17 paper says she d. of lung fever, dt/o Andrew and Elizabeth Romizer. She m. Edw. Lennon Nov. 15,1862.
Note: m. rec. says Seman.
Contributed by Sandra Mumah
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