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From an unknown Vevay paper
Quincus Goddard, was born May 22, 1860 near Quercus Grove, Switzerland
and passed away Friday, March 31, 1939 at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. C. E. Connall
(Mabel) near Adams, Ind., aged 78 years, 10 months and 9 days.
On September 9, 1877 she was united in marriage to James B. Wallilck and to this union were born two daughters, Mrs. Harry (Sarah) Dibble of near East Enterprise, and Mrs. C. E. Connall (Mabel) of Adams. The husband passed away February 7, 1931. She was one of a family of seven children, two of whom survive, a sister, Mrs. Emma G. Young of Dayton, Ohio and Eugene Goddard of Rockford, Ill. Four sisters and a brother are deceased.
addition to the two daughters, brother and sister she leaves to mourn,
two grandsons, Charles Connall of Adams and James C. Dibble of East
Enterprise, a student at Purdue University, also a great
Ann Connall of Adams.
kindly light, amid the encirling gloom,
Vevay paper, dated Feb. 19, 1931
James B. Wallick, son of Wm. D. and Eliza Kelly Wallick, was born September 20, 1856, in Switzerland County, Ind., and died at his home on Grants Creek, February 7, 1931, aged 74 years, 4 months and 17 days.
He was one of a family of five children of whom there remains one brother, Marion Wallick of Kentucky, and two sisters, Mrs. Maria Thompson and Mrs. Minerva Sheets.
He was united in marriage to
Grace Q. Goddard on September 9, 1877. To this union was born two daughters, Mrs. Harry
Dibble, of near Quercus Grove, and Mrs. Esley Connall of Adams,
He leaves besides his wife and daughters, two grandsons, Charles Connall and James Charles Dibble, to mourn the loss of a devoted husband and a kind and loving father and grandfather.
Mr. Wallick had lived almost his entire life in the neighborhood in which he was born and his neighbors and friends knew him as a man of sterling character, who seldom spent an idle moment, and who always stood firmly for that which he believed to be right. He was intensely patriotic and his love for his country was one of his outstanding characteristics. He was also a strong believer in temperance and freely gave time and effort to that work. His life has been as an open book to those about him and has spoken for itself so that her nothing more need to be said.
precious one from us has gone,