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Title: Williamsport, IN Warren Review Thursday, January 24, 1901 Edition
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Mother Braden of Greensburg, Ind., the aged mother of Mr. Joseph Braden of Rossville, Ill. and the grandmother of Robert Braden of this place, died last Monday. Although blind and deaf, and lame from a fall received some months ago, she had full possession of her mental faculties. Mrs. Belle Keys-Day Deceased was born in Pine Township, this county, February 4, 1862, and died at her home in Broswell Ind., Wednesday, January 16, 1901, aged 38 years, 11 months. She was married to George Day in 1892 and to them were born two children, a son, Lyn, aged 6 years, and a daughter, Lenore, aged 7 years. Two years ago Mrs. Day united with the Methodist church at Talbot, under the ministration of Rev. Mr. Ivey, and she died in that faith. Deceased was sick one year prior to her death. She spent last summer in Cincinnati under the care of a physician, but derived little or no benefit, her disease being cancer of the breast. Her suffering was great. Deceased was a daughter of the late James E. Keys and after marriage moved with her husband to Talbot where they lived until last Christmas when they moved to Broswell. She leaves a husband, two children, a brother, Charles Keys, and four sisters- Mrs. Ann Coffelt, Mrs. Maggie Pearce, and Mrs. Isalena Mullen, all of Prairie Township, this county, and Mrs. Levi VanReed of Williamsport and a stepmother who is spending the summer in California. The funeral services were held at 2 p.m., on Friday, January 18, 1901, Rev. Mr. Ivey of Talbot officiating, assisted by the pastor at Boswell in the Methodist Church at Boswell, and Interment was made it the Cemetery at that place. The Pallbearers were: Runic Alexander, Will Bailey, James Alexander, Oaley Bright, Lewis Hanawalt and George Foster.

Date: 1/24/1901
Origin: Warren Review Extracted from Microfilm
Author: Sharon Roberts
Record ID: 00003722
Type: Obituary
Source Archive: Williamsport-Washington Township Public Library
Date Entered: 11/4/2014
Entered By: Chris Brown

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