Randolph  County,  Indiana

The  Winchester  Daily
March 7, 1918
          Enos Tillson, a pioneer resident of Randolph county, living in Greensfork township, passed away Sunday at the home of his son, County Auditor Charles E. Tillson, of this city, at the ripe old age of eighty years. He was born in Darke county, Ohio, but has been a resident of this county for more than fifty years. He was a veteran of the civil war, a man of strict integrity and highly honored by his friends and neighbors. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon by Rev. J.H. Wilson, pastor of the church of Christ, of this city, in the Christian church at Spartansburg, of which the deceased was a member. The remains were laid to rest in the Spartanburg cemetery. The widow and two sons survive, Charles E., of this city, and Marion, of Hollansburg, Ohio.
Contributed by Gina Richardson

The  Lynn  Tribune
Friday, April 24, 1896
          Sylvester C. Tillson  died last Thursday afternoon. He had been sick for some time, but his death was sudden and unexpected. Mr. Tillson was a cosistent member of the Christian Church. He was a member of Lynn Lodge F. & A. M. He has lived on his farm, east of Lynn, for several years and he has a host of friends in this community who greatly mourn the loss of so kind a neighbor and friend.
          The funeral services were conducted at Spartanburg by Rev. I. P. Watts and John Kemp, and the F. & A. M. Lodge of this place, after which the remains were laid to rest in the Spartanburg cemetery.
Contributed by Billy J. Baker

A  Randolph  County  Area  Newspaper
        TILLSON, Luther, b. Apr. 18, 1817 in Darke Co. OH-d. Dec. 20, 1891 at Spartansburg. On Dec. 20, 1849 he m. Catherine Rhodes. They had 5 children, 2 dts are dec'd. He was a mem. of the Bethel Christian Church since 1841.
Contributed by Sandra Mumah

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