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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Abe Draper Obit

Danville Commercial News
Apr. 30, 1919
ABE DRAPER FOUND DEAD IN MUNCIE
YOUNG SON MADE SHOCKING DISCOVERY AFTER RETURN FROM SCHOOL

Coroner Ralph M. Cole was called to Muncie Tuesday evening where Abraham Draper, a resident of that place for the past three or four years had been found dead a short time before. Mr. Draper died about the noon hour, in the opinion of Dr. O. W. Michael, who had been called to the residence shortly after 4 o'clock.
The body was found in the Draper home by Paul Draper, a thirteen-year-old son, just after he got home from school. The father had complained early in the day of having severe pains in the chest and the boy asked for permission to remain at home and look after him. Father told him to go on with his studies as the trouble did not appear to be so severe as to need constant attention. Draper was divorced from the wife some years before and she had remarried. He and his thirteen-year-old boy resided in a small house together.
There were two grown sons and two married daughters, the two latter being well known in Danville. One, Mrs. Lola Nichols resides just outside the city limits and the other one, Miss Lillie Draper, formerly made her home in Danville, but is now a resident of Chicago.
After hearing the evidence, the coroner's jury impanelled at the scene, reconvened Wednesday morning and returned a verdict of death due to heart trouble.

William Draper Obit


Danville Commercial News

Mon. Jan. 21, 1952
Ex-Tilton Resident Succumbs in West
William Draper, 67, former Tilton resident and brother of Mrs. Anna Gruber, Tilton, died Saturday (Jan. 19, 1952) at his home in Pueblo, Colo. He had been ill one day.
Mr. Draper, former Wabash Railroad employee here, was born in Tilton May 2, 1884, son of Abraham and Margaret Jones Draper.
Surviving are two sisters, Mrs. Gruber and Mrs. Mary Warren of Los Angeles. He was preceded in death by his wife and a brother.
The body is to be brought to the Barrick & Sons Funeral Home. Arrangements are incomplete.

Eugene Radliff Obit

Danville Commercial News
Sat. Jan. 24, 1981

Eugene Radliff

Services will be at 10 a.m. today at Lamb Funeral Home in Gibson City, Ill., for Eugene B. Radliff, 86, of Gibson City. He died at 5:20 p.m. Thursday (Jan. 22, 1981) at the Danville Veterans Administration Medical Center.
Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery at Sibley, Ill. There will be no visitation. Pape Memorial Home was in charge of local arrangements.
Radliff was an Army veteran of World War I.
He was born May 6, 1894, in Brownstown, Ill., to Hugh and Irene Jones Radliff.
Survivors include a son, James of Gibson City.

Edward Milton Draper Obit

Danville Commercial News
Wed. March 10, 1943

Edward Milton Draper

Last rites for Edward Milton Draper, 84, retired farmer who died Monday at (cannot read where) were at Berhalter Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Wednesday. THe rev. John W. R. Sumwalt, pastor of St. James Methodist Church, officiated. Interment in Davis Cemetery near Fairmount.

Virginia Morgan Furrow Obit


Danville Commercial News

Sat. Jan. 24, 1981

Virginia B. Furrow

Services will be 1:30 p.m. Monday at Pape Memorial Home for Virginia B. Furrow, 74, of 1011 ½ Belton. She died Friday (Jan. 23, 1981) at St. Elizabeth Hospital.

The Rev. Gerald Nichols will officiate with burial in Spring Hill Cemetery. Visitation will be 2-5 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.

Mrs. Furrow worked at the former Flamingo plant for 10 years and had last worked at the former Continental Filling plant. She attended Danville schools. She attended Grace Methodist Church.

Born March 9, 1906, in Danville, she was the daughter of Humphrey and Martha Ratz Morgan. She married Charles Furrow Dec. 25, 1923, in Danville. He preceded her in death.

Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Beverly Carpenter of Danville; her mother, Mrs. Martha Morgan of Danville; a brother Elmer Morgan of Danville; and a grandchild.

She also was preceded in death by her father, a brother and a sister.

Infant Cord Obit

Danville Commercial News
Wednesday, March 10, 1943

Infant Cord

Funeral Services for the infant son of Sgt. Glen W. and Cleata Liggett Cord of Des Mones, Iowa, who died Sunday at birth in Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Mones were at 2 p. m. Wednesday from Edmund & Dickson Funeral Chapel. Graveside services wer conducted by the Rev. F. Roy Doland pastor of Lincoln Methodist Church at Oakridge Cemetery in Catlin.

Deaths listed in Danville Commercial News March 9, 1943

The following information was found in the Danville Commercial News, March 9, 1943.

Deaths:
Edward Milton Draper, 84, Danville on Monday

Mrs. B. W. Hodge, 81, Paris, Monday

Alexander O. Raines, 70, Paris, Sunday

Harrison A. King, 78, Eugene, Monday

Owen G. Hutson, 40, Clinton, Monday

Dr. James Roy Postlethwait, Bloomington, Ill., formerly of Alvin, Sunday

Kenneth Trimble, 18, Boswell, Sunday

Charles Jasper Bare, 67, Watseka, Tuesday

Mrs. Julia Ann Harshbarger, 73, Williamsport, Tuesday