1940 FULTON COUNTY INDIANA
Alonzo LONG, aged 78, well known Newcastle township farmer, died at his farm home at
10:30 o’clock Friday morning after an illness of two weeks due to complications. A complete
obituary could not be obtained today. The deceased was a life resident of Fulton county.
Survivors are the wife; two daughters, Mrs. Walter OVERMYER and Mrs. George RIDDLE;
three sons, O. J. LONG, Orton LONG, Tippecanoe and Robert LONG, Niles, Mich., and two
brothers, John D. LONG, Mentone and Andrew LONG of Owensboro, Ky.
The last rites will be held from the Bethlehem Baptist church at 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon.
Burial will be made in the Sycamore Chapel cemetery.
Saturday, November 23, 1940
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon from the Bethlehem Baptist
church northeast of this city for Alonzo LONG, 78, well known Newcastle township farmer who
died Friday morning after an illness of two weeks. Burial will be made in the Sycamore chapel
The deceased was born in Ohio on May 27, 1862, the son of Jacob and Jane Amanda LONG,
and had resided in Fulton county since he was a child. He was a member of the Bethlehem Baptist
church, and on July 26, 1884, was married to Marietta SEVERNS.
Surviving are the widow; two daughters, Mrs. Walter OVERMYER and Mrs. George
RIDDLE, Rochester; three sons, O. J. LONG, Rochester; Robert [LONG], Niles, Mich., and Orton
[LONG], Tippecanoe; two brothers, John [LONG], Mentone, and Andrew [LONG],
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