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Pendleton County Obituaries

Contributed By: Wendy Plunkett

Obituaries are posted with the permission of Debbie Dennie, Editor of the "Falmouth Outlook"

William Edward Blackburn, beloved husband of Ella Barton Blackburn, at his home, E. High St. at Lawrenceburg, Ind., February 4, 1935, aged 67 years. Funeral Monday, February 4, at 2 p.m., from the Baptist Church. Interment Greenville Cemetery.


In Memoriam: In Loving Memory
Of our dearly beloved husband and father, Orville J. Fogle - Who passed away March 9, 1929.
The face we loved is now laid low,
His loving voice is still;
The hand so often clasped in ours
Lies now in death's cold chill
We often sit and think of him
When we are all alone
For memory is the only thing
That grief can call his own
Sadly missed by his loving wife and son, Junior

Covington Baby is Dead
Leonard H. Oliver 3, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Oliver, 3310 Latonia Av, Covington, died Sunday at his home after an illness of seven months. Besides his parents the child is survived by a sister, Charlotte. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, with angel mass at 9 a.m. at Holy Cross Church. Burial will be in Mother of God Cemetery.


   Mrs. Josie Chipman Brumback, aged 47 years, beloved wife of T. G. Brumback, passed on at her home near Knoxville on Tuesday, Feb 25, 1936. She had been in failing health all winter with heart trouble and other complications.
   Mrs. Brumback was a daughter of Mrs. Kate Crouch Chipman and the late W. C. Chipman and was born near Heekin, Grant county, Feb 28, 1888. At the age of 14 years she united with the Salem Methodist Church under the preaching of the Rev. J. P. Strouther. She was united in marriage to T. G. Brumback of Pendleton county on Nov. 8, 1905, and the family resided in Pendleton county during their married life. Besides her husband she is survived by three sons and one daughter, Floyd C., W. T. and George Brumback, all at home, and Miss Ova Lea Brumback of Williamstown. She is also survived by her aged mother, Mrs. W. C. Chipman and one brother and one sister, Una Chipman of Demossville and Mrs. Lyman Oliver of Erlanger.
   Mrs. Brumback was a consecrated Christian woman and was loved and admired by a host of friends. She was a faithful wife and sacrificing mother and her passing is a severe shock to her loved ones.
   The funeral services were held on Thursday at the Knoxville Baptist Church, conducted by the Rev. G. C. Mullins and the Rev. Cardwell. Burial took place in the Williamstown cemetery. Funeral director Harry J. Eckler was in charge of arrangements.
   The casket bearers were F. W. Simpson, F. H. Eckler, J. P. Landrum, J. S. Simpson, Orville O'Neal and Carl T. Norton.
   Waldo C. Elliott, aged 60 years, well-known and substantial farmer, passed on at his home near Dry Ridge Wednesday night, Feb. 26, 1936. He was stricken with pneumonia that morning and lived only a few hours.
    Mr. Elliott was a son of the late Napolean B. and Esther Goshorn Elliott and was born in Grant county. He resided for many years near Knoxville, Pendleton county. He is survived by his widow and one son. He is also survived by three brothers, H.L. Elliott of near Butler, Kirtley Elliott of Dry Ridge and Wesley Elliott of Knoxville, and one half-sister, Mrs. Pearl Stevens of Moore's Hill, Ind.
   Mr. Elliott was a member of the Knoxville Baptist Church for many years. About ten years ago he purchased a fine farm in Grant county and moved to that place. He was an extensive farmer and cattle dealer.
   Funeral services were held at the Knoxville Baptist Church Saturday morning, conducted by the Rev. G. C. Mullins. Burial took place in the Dry Ridge cemetery.