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1907 Obituary Isaac Inlow
Posted by: Janet Price (ID *****1451) Date: May 16, 2003 at 12:59:56
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Source:
Indiana Historical Society
Microfilm Reel no. 291007
Jamestown, Ind.
Jamestown Press
Jan 1905-Dec 1907

Jamestown Press
Boone County Indiana
Friday, March 22, 1907 page 1
Surnames: Inlow, Myers, Sharp

Isaac Inlow

Isaac, the fourth son of Abraham and Susan Inlow, was born in Montgomery County, Indiana, June 13, 1836, on the farm that is known as George Myers place, and died in New Ross very suddenly of a heart attach last Friday morning.
Jan. 14, 1864 he was married to Eliza E. Sharp in whose arms he drew his last breath. But one of the family remain, Mrs. Wm. McVey. In 1871 he located in Valley City, now New Ross, and with his brother Elliott, built the house in which, with their families, both resided until they died.
Isaac Inlow was a pioneer and did his share in changing the swamps and thickets, into fruitful fields ad green meadows. He was a quiet, peaceable man and loved the town of New Ross better far than any other place on the earth. Having lived in the town for many years, he will be greatly missed. The funeral was preached by Elder Hedrick of Irvington, on Sunday, 3 p.m. at the home on North Main Street, interment at the I.O.O.F. cemetery, south of town.

Note from Janet Price; I am posting this obituary for others. I am not related to the subject.


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