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1. Tombstone, Samuel Leffel Died - March 2, 1862 Aged - 84 Y 2 M 8 D.
2. Tombstone, Dorothy w/o Samuel A. Leffel Died - May 25 1848 Aged - 59 Y 6 M 11 D.
3. Tombstone, Inscription: Died Jan 20, 1872, Aged 62Y 3M 17D.
4. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 2 Page 119.
5. Tombstone, Inscription: Died April 15, 1874, Age 62Y 11M 3D.
6. Court Records, Misc. Record Book 13 Page 388, Affidavit of W. A. Obenchain: States Demaris Leffel (formerly Demairis Obenchain) died 15 Apr 1874 a widow, her husband, Jacob Leffel having died on 20 Jan 1872. At the time of her death she had no father, mother, children or grandchildren living but brothers and sisters.
7. History Book, History of Cass County, Indiana - Helms (1886) Page 612.
8. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 5 Page 1.
9. Tombstone, Inscription: Son of W. & C.A. Leffel, Died Oct. 2, 1865 Aged ?m ?d.
10. Tombstone, Inscription: Son of W. & C.A. Leffel, Died Jan 31, 1861, Aged 11y 10m.
11. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
12. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 1-B Page 310.
13. Tombstone, Inscription: Died Feb 22, 1897, Age - 82 Y 2 M 24 D.
14. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 2 Page 276.
15. Tombstone, Inscription: Wife of Philip Leffel, Died Jan 2, 1892, Age - 72 Y 2 M 15 D.
16. Death Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-7 Page 75.
17. Marriage Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-4 Page 525.
18. Marriage Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-4A Page 81.
19. Tombstone, Bethlehem Methodist Cemetery, Cass Co., In., Born: Sep 27, 1816, Died: Dec 18, 1889, Aged: 73Y 2M 21D.
20. Funeral Home Information, Kroeger Funeral Home Burial Abstracts 1992 - 1900 - Book 1889 Page 38, LEFFEL, John, a. (?); d. 12/19/1889; Fulton Co; c. Bethlehem; ch. Behtlehem.
21. Marriage Record, Cass Co., Indiana - Book Page 88.
22. Tombstone, Bethlehem Methodist Cemetery, Cass Co., In., Wife of John Leffel Born: Aug 28, 1827 Died: Nov 3, 1890 Aged: 63Y 2M 5D.
23. Funeral Home Information, Kroeger Funeral Home Burial Abstracts 1992 - 1900 - Book 1890 Page 40, LEFFEL, Mrs. Nancie a. 64y; d. 11/3/1890; Twelve Mile; sp. John Leffel; c. Bethlehem; ch. Bethlehem.
24. Funeral Home Information, Kroeger Funeral Home Burial Record Abstracts 1882 - 1900 - Book 1890-53, LEFFEL, Arthur, d. 10/4/1890; Bethlehem Twp.; c. Bethlehem M.E.; ch. Bethlehem M.E.
25. Obituary, Denver Tribune 2/11/1909 - Page 1 Column 3, Mary E. Leffel was born August 9th, 1831: died February 7, 1909, aged 77 years 5 months and 26 days. She married Anthony Leffel January 1, 1849. She was the mother of eight children, seven boys and one girl. Two have preceeded her to the Spirit world. There are 6 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. She and her husband united with the Bethlehem Church at an early age and she trusted the Lord until her death. What is our loss is Heaven's gain. .
26. Obituary, Peru Republician, Albert Leffell, 85, died at 7:50 a.m. yesterday at Dukes Memorial Hospital, He was born in Cass County, Aug. 28, 1890, the son of William B. and Susannah Woodhouse Leffell. He was married to Elizabeth Hoover Jan 27, 1915. She preceeded him in death, Aug 4, 1966. Mr. Leffell was a retired farmer and a member of the Denver United Methodist Church. Others surviving are seven children, Mary Dawalt, Rt 3, Peru; Evelyn Black, Laotta, Walter, Garrett, Ethel Lang, Redding, Calif.; and Miriam Shultz, Wolcottville, Ind.; 13 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. One daughter one grandson and two brothers preceded him in death. Services will be in the McCain Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Monday. Thje rev. Ray Probasco will officiate. Burial will be in greenlawn Cemetery.
27. Tombstone Inscription, I would not live away I ask not to stay Where storm after storm Rises dark o'er my way.
28. Will, Clark Co., Oh. - Oct. 8, 1866, In the name od the Beloved Fathe of all I Mary Sims do make and publish this my last will and testament. Item 1st It is my will that all my just debts and charges funeral expences and doctors bill be paid out of my personal estate also that a monument similar to the one at my husbands grave be purchased out of my personal estate for my own grave and the remainder of my estate be divided as follows to wit my sister Anna Johnson and her heirs to have one thousand dollars. my brother Arthur to have the house and lot I recently bought of J.B. Trumbo situated at the uper end of the farm I now reside on. the remainder of my personal estate to be divided equally between my brothers John Leffel Wm Leffel Philip Leffel Anthony Leffe & brother Samuel Leffel, deceased, heirs and also sister Elizabeth Funderburgh, deceased, heirs. Item 2nd it is my wish that all the beds and beding be didvided equally between all my brothers and sisters and my sister and nieces to have all my wearing appairel and that the remainder of my household goods and all other personal property reaining on the farm that I now reside on be sold by my Exectors and distributed as above described. Item 3rd I do hereby nominate and appoint Wm Johnson and Arthur Leffel and George Ulery Execotrs of this my last will and testament. Hereby authorizing and empowering them to compromise and adjust release and discharge in such manner as they may deem proper the debts and claims due me. In testimony hereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the 8th day of October A.D. 1886 Mary Sims (seal) Signed and acknowledged by said Mary Sims as her last will and testiment in our presence and signed by us in her presence and at her request Jeremiah Leffel Jesse B. Trumbo.
29. Marriage Record, Book 2.
30. Tombstone Inscription, Dearest husband thou hast left us Here thy loss we deeply feel But tis God that hath bereft us He can all our sorrows heal Yet again we hope to meet thee When the day of life is fled thee In heaven with our children I'll greet Where no farewell tear is shed.
31. Will, Clark Co., Oh. - May 2, 1857, In the name of the Benevolent Father of all I William B. Sims do make and publish this my last will and testament; Item 1st I give and devise to my beloved wife in lieu of her dower the farm on which we now reside situated in Bethel Township Clark County Ohio bounded and described as follows one hundred ackers more or less part of the South west quarter of section number five (5) of Township number three (3) in Range nine (9) of lands between the Miami Rivers which quarter section was patented to Wm. Robbins and he sold & conveyed sixty acrers there off the north side leaving the said one hundred acrers - during her natural life and all the notes stock household goods furniture provisions and other goods and Chattles which may be thereon at the time of my decease during her natural life as aforesaid she however selling so much there of as may be sufficient to pay my just debts at the death of my said wife the real estate aforesiad I give to my next kin and the said goods and Chattles sforesaid to be disposed of by my wife at her death as she thinks proper. Item 2nd I do hereby nominate and appiont my beloved wife Exector of this my last will and testament Authorizing and Empowering her to compromise adjust release and discharge in such manner as she deems proper the debts and claims due me. I do hereby revoke all former wills by me made. In testimony hereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this the 2nd day of May A.D. 1857. Signed and acknowledged by Wm B. Sims (seal)\ said william B. Sims \ in our presence and signed \ by us in his presence and \ his request James D. Leffel Jesse B. Trumbo.
32. Tombstone, age 2Y 9M 28D.
33. Tombstone, age - 7M 10D.
34. Marriage Record, Book 3.
35. Tombstone, Samuel Leffel, Died - Mar. 10, 1861, Aged - 29 Y 7 M 13 D.
36. Marriage Record, Cass Co., Indiana - Book 2 Page 323.
37. Tombstone, Rosa D., Dau of S. & L. Leffel, Died - Mar 12, 1861, Age - ?? ?? ??
38. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune 10/31/1932, Funeral sevices were held at the late residence in Pontiac, Michigan at 2:30 pm this afternoon for Jacob Leffel, 87 years old, a former resident of Twelve Mile and Peru. Burial was at Pontiac. Mr. Leffel moved to Michigan 20 years ago. He was born and reared in the Twelve Mile community and for a time resided in Peru with his daughter, Mrs. John Blacketter, who now resides in Detroit. Among survivors are three sisters, Mrs. James Deniston - Onward, Mrs. Eliza Hoover and Mrs Larinda Carson, both of Twelve Mile and a number of neices and nephews in Miami and adjoining counties, including F.E. McClain, 324 E. Main St. this city, Mrs. George Condou - Mexico, and Mrs. Truman Murden of Twelve Mile.
39. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 5 Page 411.
40. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 15 Page 470.
41. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-9 Page 35.
42. Newspaper Article, The Daily Journal, Logansport, In. - 28 Dec 1883, Samuel Leffel, son of William Leffel, was shot and instantly killed at the house of James Leffel, in Adams township about five miles from Mexico last evening, by Emanuel Lowman. Lowman and the man who met his death, had assisted Mr. James Leffel in killing hogs, and after cleaning up and finishing work, had indulged freely in drinking whisky. A quarrel followed and Leffel rushed upon Lowman with a butcher knife, when the latter drew a revolver and shot the drunken assailant through the heart, killing him instantly. A messenger was at once sent to Mexico to telephone for Coroner Fansler, who left for the scene of the tragedy, accompanied by an officer, about midnight. Leffel was a reckless, dissipated individual, about 34 years of age, and leaves a wife and four children. Lowman is a married man of dissoutle character. He made no attempt to escape and claims that he acted in self-defense. The revolver with which the deed was committed is a 32-caliber Smith & Wesson. The body was permitted to lie in the room where the affray took place until the arrival of the Coroner. Samuel Leffel, the father of the murdered man, is one of the most highly respected citizens of Adams township, and the affair has created intense excitement.
43. Newspaper Article, Logansport Pharos Tribune, About twelve o'clock last night a telephone message was received at the central office from Mexico for Coroner Fansler, informing him of the shooting of Samuel Leffel by Emanuel Lowman at about eight o'clock last evening. Upon telephoning to Mexico to day the particulars of the tragedy were learned. Yesterday William Leffel was engaged in butchering, and as usual was assisted by his neighbors, among whom were his son Samuel and Emanuel Lowman. During the day intoxicants were partaken of by the company until Sam Leffel became an ugly citizen by evening. Between Leffel and Lowman there has long existed a grudge, and the memory of it was recalled to Leffel's mind by the deep potations he had been drinking. While sitting in a room of William Leffel's house about eight o'clock, Leffel accosted Lowman and asked him if he was ready to settle their quarrel. Lowman replied that he was ready at any time, whereupon Leffel made at him with two case knives. Lowman was seated in a chair, but seeing Leffel coming for him arose, pulled his revolver and shot him through and through. Samuel Leffel was the son of William Leffel, a highly respected citizen of the township, but for many years past had led a reckless and dissolute life. He was thirty-four years of age and leaves a wife and four children. Lowman is a man of unsavory reputation and is also married. Coroner Fansler, accompanied by Constable Gallagher, went out to Leffel's this morning and Lowman will no doubt be placed under arrest.
44. Funeral Home Information, McCloskey - Hamilton Funeral Home records, RICE, Matilda Jane, Star City, IN, d. 3/25/1935, Pulaski Co., IN, a. 77-3-11, b. 12/14/1857, IN, sp. Fred Rice, decs'd, f. --- Reese, c. Cornith, surv: dau; Mrs. W.C. Smith, Star City. Mrs. Jno. Meyer, Logansport, Mrs. Ross Allen, Sabrina, OH. Son, W.A. Leffel, Logansport, Bro; Scott Reese, Twelve Mile.
45. Newspaper Article, Denver Tribune - 25 Feb 1915 (Thursday), The sudden death of Mrs. Sarah Wilson, of Mexico, was certainly a severe shock to many of her friends. Mrs. Wilson's funeral was at the Progressive Brethern Church in Mexico, February 21st, at 1 p.m.
46. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 19 Sep 1936 (Saturday), George B. Wilson, aged 87 years, of Twelve Mile, died suddenly at Petoskey, Mich., at 6:30 o'clock this morning of a heart attack. Mr. Wilson was born in Pennsylvania in 1849 and he moved to the Twelve Mile community in 1869, residing there since that time. He was a retired farmer and was a member of the Cornith Brethern church. Survivors are the widow, two sons, George and Russell Wilson and one daughter, Edith Wilson, all at home. Funeral services will be conducted from the Cornith Brethern church Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock with the Rev. Ditch and Rev. King officiating. Burial will be in Greenlawn cemetery at Mexico, Robert Kline, funeral director of Denver, went to Petoskey today to return the body.
47. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-1 Page 160.
48. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 25 Sep 1926 (Saturday), A life-long resident of Miami county, Mrs. Catherine Ardell McClain, died at the home of her daughter, four miles northeast of Mexico, at 3 o'clock last night following a nervous breakdown. Mrs. McClain was a resident of Denver, Ind., and had been ill six months. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leffel. The deceased was born in Cass county, November 17, 1854, and died at the age of 71 years and ten months. She was married to Alfred McClain in 1875. To this union were born the following sons and daughters; Wm. McClain, deceased; Faran McClain, Peru; Walter R, McClain, Twelve Mile; Bessie Dell, deceased; Clara Bell Condon, Mexico. Her sisters were: Elizabeth Hoover, Twelve Mile; Rebecca Deniston, Walton; Nora Black, Mexico; and Loranda Carson, Twelve Mile. The deceased was a member of the Christian church. The funeral will be at the Cornith church of Twelve Mile; burial at the same place, 3 o'clock, Sunday afternoon. The funeral will be in charge of Robert Kline, Denver.
49. Obituary, Peru Tribune - 29 Jan 1929 (Tuesday), Alfred McClain, aged 84, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. George Condon, near Mexico, Monday night at 12:30 o'clock, following an illnessof three weeks from complications incident to his advanced age. The deceased was the son of Jesse and Hannah (Cox) McClain and was born in Twelve Mile, where he spent his entire life, September 14, 1846. He was united in marriage on March 9, 1875, to Ardell Leffell who preceeded him in death. Surviving are three sons, F.E. McClain, of this city, Walter and George of Twelve Mile, and one daughter Mrs. George Condon, with whom he made his home after retiring from active farming. A brother Abraham, of Michigan City, and two sisters, Mrs Frank Bosh and Miss Ann McClain, of Twelve Mile, also survive. He was a member of the Christian church. Furneral services will be heldat the Cornith church Thursday at 1:30 and burial will be made in the Cornith cemetery, Robert Kline, of Denver, was in charge of the burial preparations.
50. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 13 Sep 1955 (Tuesday), Walter Raymond McClain, 75, retired farmer of Twelve Mile, died at 10:45 p.m. Sunday at the home of his sister, Mrs. George Condon in Twelve Mile after a six months' illness. He had spent his lifetime in the Twelve Mile community. He was born in Adams Township, Cass county, Oct. 20, 1879, the son of Alfred and Ardelle (Leffel) McClain. He had never married. Since taking ill he had been at the home of his sister. Surviving with the sister, Mrs. Clara Condon, are a niece and two nephews. Three brothers and on sister are deceased. Funeral services will be from the Cornith Brethern church at 2 p.m., Wednesday with Rev. Gilbert Maus officiating. Burial will be in the Cornith Cemetery. The body will lie in state at the church for one hour before the service. Friends may call at the McCain Funeral Home, Denver, after 2 p.m., Tuesday until noon Wednesday.
51. Obituary, Peru Republican - 12 Jun 1942 (Friday), George D. McClain, 52, a resident of Miami county for many years, died in a Ft. Wayne hospital Friday. Funeral services were conducted at Cornith church, near Twelve Mile, at 1:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon. The Rev. Walter Kennedy officiating, and interment was made in the Cornith cemetery. Survivors include a sister and two brothers, Mrs. George Condon, route 3; F.E. McClain, of Peru, and Walter McClain, of Twelve Mile. Pallbears at the funeral of George D. McClain Saturday at Cornith church were: Floyd Boldry, Robert Rimpler, Dio Dillman, Milo Sullivan, Harry Conrad, and Grover Moss. Flower bearers were Mrs. Floyd Boldry, Mrs. Dio Dillman and Mrs. Grover Moss. Singing was by Paul Shamp accompanied by Mrs. Ted Sullivan.
52. History Book, History of Cass Co., In. - Powell (1913) - Page 882.
53. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-10 Page 97.
54. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
55. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 3 Page 132.
56. Tombstone, age - 11Y 2M 18D.
57. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 12 Page 471.
58. Tombstone, age - 1Y 11M 22D.
59. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
60. Obituary, Denver Tribune 6/28/1923 - Page 1, Died 1:15 am Sunday, member of GAR of Peru. Funeral was 10 am Tuesday at Ebenezer Cemetery.
61. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune 6/25/1923, William A. Leffel, 79, died Sunday morning at 1:50 at his home in Deedsville after suffering Bright's disease. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 10 am at the residence. Interment will take place at Ebenezer Cemetery. The deceased was a member of the GAR here. He is survived by six children: Mrs. E.L. Powell - Macy, Mrs. Albert Fites - Hammond, Mrs. Noah Cover - Southeast Macy, Mrs. Ben Guise - Denver, Irven Leffel - at Home, Phillip Leffel - Evanston, IL.
62. Obituary, Denver Tribune 11/22/1923 - Page 8 Column 2, Her parents name was Somerville. When she was 12 years old lighting struck the house killing her parents. She Married William Leffel who died this past June. Surviving are four daughters and 2 sons: Mrs. Elba Powell - Macy Mrs. Rachael Cover - Allen Twp. Mrs. Fannie Fites - Hammond Mrs. Ida Guise - Denver Irvin Leffel - at Home Philip S. Leffel - Chicago Funeral is Monday at 2 pm and the burial at Ebenezer Cemetery.
63. Obituary, Peru Republican - 23 Nov 1923 (Friday), Lucy E. Somerville Leffel, daughter of William C. and Mary A. Somerville, was born in Licking County, Ohio, January 6, 1848 and passed away at her home near Deedsville November 17, 1923, aged 75 years, 10 months and 11 days. On October 21, 1869, she was united in marriage with William I. Leffel who preceeded her to the spirit world almost five months. To this union were born eight children, two of whom, Charles Kingsley and Finley VanCleve, passed away in infancy. The living are Mary Elba Powell, of Macy, Ind.; Fannie Fites, of Hammond, Ind.; Ida L. Guise, of Denver, Ind.; Irven S., of Deedsville, and Philip C., of Chicago. Besides her children, two great-grand-children; one sister, Mrs. Ida C. Jones, of Prescott, Kansas, and many other relatives and friends. In 1851, her father with his wife and two little girls, Lucy and Harriet, came to Miami county, Indiana, and settled on the farm where most of her life was spent and on which she died. On July 20, 1869, lightening struck the houses in which they lived, killing her mother and father. That made such an impressionn on her mind that the accumulation of scenes and events of her long and useful life could not erase. During the last few days of her sickness while she was gently slipping away she spoke frequently of her father and mother and of putting out the fire which the lightening had started when her parents were killed. After the sad experience of being deprived of a home by loss of her mother and father she was given a home by Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Potterfield, christian people whom she loved and respected as her own. Her acts in later years showed that she was not unmindful of the kindness of those who were kind to the homeless child, for she took into her own home Omer Johnson, a homeless boy and cared for him until he grew to manhood. In church membership she was the oldest member of the Ebenezer class. (continued in next citation).
64. Obituary, Peru Republican - 23 Nov 1923 (Friday) - continued, Her family history records show the fact that she is a descendent of Barbara Heck, the mother of Methodistism in America. She was loved and respected by all who knew her. On Monday, November 19, at two o'clock funeral services were held at Ebenezer chuch and conducted by Re. W. E. Murry, of Huntington, Indiana, a former pastor, assisted by Rev. W. J. Reeves, pastor of Ebenezer. Interment was in the cemetery nearby where her father, mother, husband and children are laid to rest.
65. Birth Record, Miami Co., In. - Book CH-1 Page 116.
66. Birth Record, Miami Co., In. - Book CH-2 Page 12.
67. Obituary, Denver Tribune 5/11/1962, Services were held Saturday;2 pm, at Ebenezer Cemetery. He died 5/2/1962. He was born 12/18/1884, son of William I. and Lucy (Sommerville) Leffel. He was married in South Bend to Ada York who survives. Also surviving is a step-daughter Mrs. Martha Fish of Mishawaka.
68. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune 2/13/1974 - Page 2, Ada Leffel, 90, died in Mishawaka yesterday at the home of her granddaughter. Born in Peru 9/1/1883 the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Mohler. She was preceded in death by her husband Irvin in April 1962. A daughter survives, Mrs. Oliver Fish of Mishawaka. Funeral is Friday and the burial at Ebenezer Cemetery.
69. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-5 Page 88.
70. Obituary, Logansport Pharos Reporter 10 Mar 1920 (Wednesday), The funeral of Alonzo A. Cover was held this afternoon from the residence 504 Hanna St, conducted by Rev. Kendall of Broadway M. E. Church. The remains were placed in the mausoleum at Mt. Hope Cemetery.
71. Death Record, Miami Co., In. - Book CH-13 Page 88.
72. Obituary, Peru Tribune - 6 Jun 1927 (Monday), Mrs. Mary Baldwin, 75, wife of James N. Baldwin, assessor of Union township, died at the family home one mile east of Deedsville at 7:30 o'clock Sunday morning, death coming very unexpectly after Mrs. Baldwin had combed her hair and partaken of a light breakfast prepared by her daughter, Mrs. Roy Kiser of this city. Mrs. Baldwin was in her usual health until last Friday. Her condition appartently had become very much improved and she was in good spirits when she arose Sunday morning. Death resulted from apoplexy. The deceased had spent practically her entire life in the vicinity of her late home and was held in high esteem by all who knew her. Surviving with the husband are the following children, C.W. Baldwin, of Kansas City; Floyd P. Baldwin, of Detroit; Harold Z. Baldwin of Berkely, Calif.; Mrs. Clara Hunt of Amboy; Ross Baldwin of Twelve Mile; Verne Baldwin at home and Mrs. Goldie Kiser of East Fifth street, Peru, Mrs. Martha Cover, of Logansport, is a sister. The deceased was a member of the Methodist church and the funeral will be held at Ebenezer church Thursday morning. Robert Kline of Denver is the undertaker in charge.
73. Marriage Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-4 Page 525.
74. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 2 Dec 1935 (Monday), James N. Baldwin, Prominent Miami county resident, died at his home, one mile east of Deedsville at 8:30 o'clock this morning following a week's illness of influenza which developed into pneumonia. Mr. Baldwin was 85 years, two months and 26 days of age at the time of his death. Mr. Baldwin was born in Jefferson township, Miami county, September 6, 1850 and was the son of Zeri and Racheal (Ptorney) Baldwin. He was married to Miss Mary Catherine Leffel of Richland township, Sept. 19, 1872. She died in 1927. Mr. Baldwin had resided in Miami county his entire lifetime and had lived on the farm on which he died since his marriage. He taught school for forty years in various schools within the radius of fifteen miles of his home. He was also assessor of Union township for a period of sixteen years. Mr. Baldwin was a member of the Ebenezer Methodist church. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. J.R. Kiser of Peru, Mrs. L.B. Hunt of Amboy; five sons, C.W. Baldwin, Kansas City, Mo., F.P. Baldwin, Detroit, H.C. Baldwin of Fulton and V.C. Baldwin of Deedsville. Surviving also are twelve grandchildren, two great grandchildren, a half brother, Arthur Baldwin of Peru, and a half sister, Mrs. Pearl Collins of Fulton. The body was taken to the Kline funeral home for preparations. The time for the funeral has not been set although it will be from the Ebenezer Methodist church. Burial will be in Ebenezer cemetery.
75. Obituary, Michigan City Evening News - Jan. 24, 1920, Cyrus Leffel, of South Bend, who was visiting his daughter, Mrs. Ralph See, 622 Franklin street, since Monday, died this morning. He was 65 years of age and was born in Indiana. He is survived by seven daughters, Mrs. George Price, Chicago: Mrs. John Hower, Lucerne, Ind.: Mrs. Ralph See, city: Mrs. S. Cavenaugh, Chicago: Mrs. Herbert Murry, Davenport, Iowa: Mrs. H. Crawford, traveling in Japan: Miss Genevieve, in Canada, and two sons, Paul, of Davenport, Iowa: and William of Akron, Ohio. The funeral services probably will be held Monday afternoon at the See home. Burial will be held in Greenwood cemetery.
76. Newspaper Article, Michigan City News Dispatch - 15 Nov 1927 (Tuesday), The body of Mrs. Minerva J. Leffel was brought to Michigan City from Chicago, where death occurred yesterday, and burial was in Greenlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Leffel will be remembered here, as the mother of Mrs. Ralph See, who was killed in Porter wreck several year ago.
77. Newspaper Article, Michigan City Evening News - 15 Nov 1927 (Tuesday), The body of Mrs. Minerva J. Leffel, whose death occurred at the home of her son, Paul, in Chicago, was brought to this city Monday afternoon and was taken to Creenwood cemetery for burial. Mrs. Leffel was the mother of Mrs. Ralph See, of Michigan City, who was one of a number of persons killed in a train wreck at Porter about seven years ago.
78. Cemetery Location, Tombstone located in Section "T", eleven (11) rows in from the West side in the middle of the row.
79. Obituary, Michigan City Evening News - Mar 15, 1920 - Page 8 Col. 3, Mrs. Pearl Price, of Chicago, sister of Mrs. Ralph See, 622 Franklin street, died yesterday morning. Services will be held Tuesday morning in the Chicago home and the remains will be brot to this city at 1:57 over the Michigan Central for interment in Greenwood cemetery. Rev. Alexander Monroe will conduct the services at the grave.
80. Marriage Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-10 Page 277.
81. Marriage Record, Miami Co., Indiana - Book C-11 Page 19.
82. Obituary, Michigan City Evening News - Feb. 28, 1921 - Page 2 Col. 2, Mrs. Ralph R. See and her little niece, Pearl May Cavanaugh, who resided at 622 Franklin street, were returning to this city after a visit in Chicago with Mrs. See's sisters, Mrs. Estria Cavanaugh, the mother of Pearl Cavanaugh, and another sister, she is playing in the "Follies" at the Colonial theater. They witnessed the Saturday performance of the " Follies" and the little girl was overjoyed after seeing her aunt and mother. Both bodies have been identified and were taken this morning to the Earl morgue. Mrs. See is the wife of Ralph See, who is brief stricken by the tragedy. Mr. See is yardmaster for the Lake Erie and Western here. They came to this city two years ago and have lived at 622 Franklin street since their arrival here. Mrs. See's maiden name was Florence Leffel and she comes from a family of theatrical people. Miss Lola Leffel, a sister of the deceased, who formerly resided in the city is now a vaudeville performer and is now in Japan. Another sister is a trapeze performer in a circus. Mrs. See was born near Plymouth, Ind. and was 38 years of age. Pearl Cavanaugh is nine years of age and had lived in this city since a child with her uncle and aunt. Mr. amd Mrs. See. She attended Central school and was a pupil of Miss Lillian Breskin, she teaches toe dancing and was a very adept pupil. She has appeared in numerous local performances and her many little friends and playmates are in sorrow today over her tragic death. She attended the Methodist Sunday school. The funeral of Mrs. See and niece will be held at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning from the Earl undertaking parlors. Rev. W.B. Warriner will officiate.
83. Marriage Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-11 Page 102..
84. Obituary, Michigan City News - Aug. 22, 1925 - Page 2 Col. 7, The funeral of Ralph See, killed between two cars while switching at the Nickle Plate railroad yards near Fifth street Thursday will be held at 11 p.m. Monday from the home, 233 1/2 East Sixth street. Rev. A.W. Wood will officiate. Burial will be at Greenwood cemetery. Friends may view the body Sunday afternoon or evening, and Monday morning at the home.
85. Obituary, Michigan City News - Aug. 24, 1925 - Page 2 Col. 6, Funeral services over the remains of the late Ralph See, Nickle Plate yard conductor, who died from injuries received while at work, were held at 11 o'clock this morning at the home of the deceadent's mother, Mrs. Rebecsca See. 232 East Sixth street. Rev. A.W. Wood officiated. The pallbeares were H.L. Howenstine, G.E. McReynolds, C.V. Foltz, G.F. McCray, G. Janks, and George Grafford. The out of town relatives and friends were Mr. and Mrs. Buchard Leedy and children, of Deedsville, Ind., Elmer See, of Anderson; Mr. and Mrs. Dingman, Kokomo, Mr. Jacob Walters and Mrs. Lucinda Beightel, of Nappanee, Ind.
86. Obituary, Michigan City News - Aug. 25, 1925 - Page 2 Col. 5, Ralph Raymond See, son of John M. and Rebecca See, who died from injuries received in an accident while at work in the Nickle Plate yards no last Thursday, was born in Denver, Miami Co., Ind., April 15, 1880. His wife preceded him in death in the Porter train wreck. At the age of 23 years he united with the Reformed church at Denver. His father passed away in 1917. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Rebecca See, a brother, Elmer, of Anderson, a sister, Mrs. Clarice Leedy, of Deedsville, Ind., and his fiancee, Emma Beckman, to whom he was to have been united in marriage in September. He is also mourned by his working associates. He was a kind and loving son and brother and a friend to all.
87. Birth Record, Miami Co., In. - Clerk's Office Book 1 Page 572.
88. Tombstone, Samuel J. Leffel, Died - Oct. 25, 1873, Aged - 27 Y 10 M 19 D.
89. Family Document, The birth and death dates of the children are from an old family paper probably written by Nancy.
90. Funeral Home Information, McClosky Funeral Home Records, LEFFEL, Joel L., Biddle St., d. 8/3/1932, Logansport, b. 5/16/1862, Cass Co., sp. Ida H. Hand, f. John Leffel, OH, m. Hannah Black, OH, c. Bethlehem, surv: Granddaughter; Lois, Martha, Geneve Weeks. Sis; Mrs. Ira Merrett, Bunker Hill. Effie Foust, Nancy Leffel, Seward NE.
91. Funeral Home Information, McClosky Funeral Home Records, LEFFEL, Ida A., Biddle St., d. 2/19/1936, Logansport, a. 71-6-25, b. 7/22/1864, IN, sp Joel L. Leffel, decs'd., f. Geo. R. Hand, PA, m. Mary Clemmons, VA, c. Bethlehem, surv: Neices; Louise, Martha, Geneva Weeks, Logansport.
92. Death Record, Starke Co., In. - Book H-10 Page 6.
93. Birth Record, Starke Co., In. - Book H-2 Page 292.
94. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Knox, Indiana.
95. Marriage Record, Starke Co., Indiana - Book 13 Page 33.
96. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Burbank, California.
97. Birth Record, Starke Co., In. - Book H-3 Page 5.
98. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Hamlet, Indiana.
99. Birth Record, Starke Co., In. - Book H-2 Page 6.
100. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Orange, California.
101. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Logansport, Indiana.
102. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 28 Page 421.
103. Social Security Death Records.
104. Newspaper Article, Denver Tribune 25 Feb 1915 (Thursday), Last Wednesday at the Bethlehem M.E. Church occured the funeral of Mrs. Oliver Black, 67 years old. She died at the Lafayette Soldier's Home, just on week after her husband's death.
105. Death Certificate, Tippecanoe Co., In. - Book S-15L Page 30.
106. Newspaper Article, Denver Tribune 18 Feb 1915 (Thursday), Last Wednesday occured the funeral of Oliver P. Black at the Bethlehem M.E. Church. He was a Union Soldier, about 75 years old. He died at the Lafayette Soldier's Home. He was a brother-in-law of Congressman, Henry Barnhart, of Rochester, Ind.
107. Death Certificate, Tippecanoe Co., In. - Book S-15L Page 31.
108. Obituary, Denver Tribune 4/3/1930 - Page 6, Anna J. Webster - daughter of Matthew and Fannie Webster was born in Carroll Co. on 9/7/1856. She died at the home of Robert Nash near Erie on 3/26/1930. She was married to William T. Leffel on 10/30/1873. He died 7/12/1921. She had three children: Arizon B. - preceded her in death, Alonzo M. - Mexico, and Cora Pearl Morrow - Twelve Mile. Also surviving are three sisters; Mrs. Helen Conrad - Logansport, Mrs. Sarah Conrad - Kiwa, Ks. and Emma Perry - Kiwa, Ks.
109. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 1906-7 Page 108.
110. Obituary, Logansport Times - 31 Aug 1906 (Friday), Twelve Mile - The funeral of Arson Leffel, who died in Oklahoma, was held at the M. E. Church Sunday.
111. Obituary, Logansport Pharos - 24 Aug 1906 (Friday), The remains of Arizona Leffel, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Leffel, Bethlehem Twp., who died in Oklahoma Tuesday after a long illness of typhoid fever, were brought here today and the funeral was held from the residence.
112. Marriage Record, Cass Co., Indiana - Book 6 Page 154.
113. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book C-7 Page 19.
114. Marriage Record, Cass Co., Indiana - Book 7 Page 132.
115. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book C-12 Page 15.
116. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 24 Page 465.
117. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-18 Page 8.
118. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 39 Page 198.
119. Social Security Death Records.
120. History Book, History of Cass Co., In. by Powell (1913).
121. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune 11/2/1934, Edmon A. Leffel, 71, died at 8 pm Thursday. Surviving wife , son Roy of Twelve Mile, seven Grandchildren, brother Wheeler. Burial Sunday at 2 pm and interment at Bethlehem Methodist Cemetery.
122. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-2 Page 1.
123. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 38 Page 111..
124. Funeral Home Information, Kroeger Funeral Home Burial Abstracts 1992 - 1900 - Book 1888 Page 29, LEFFEL, Isola, a. 2y; d. 12/11/1888; Bethlehem Twp.; f. Edmund Leffel; c. Bethlehem; ch. Bethlehem; inf. Edmund Leffel.
125. Funeral Home Information, Kroeger Funeral Home Burial Record Abstracts 1882 - 1900 - Book 1890 Page 141, LEFFEL, Floyd, a. 14mos.; d. 4/4/1890; Twelve Mile; f. Edmond Leffel; c. Bethlehem; ch. Bethlehem; inf. Edmond Leffel.
126. Funeral Home Information, McClosky Funeral Home Records, LEFFEL, Wheeler M., Barron St., d. 11/2/1944, Logansport. a. 76, b. 2/11/1868, IN, f. Arthur Leffel, IN. m. Nancy Tilton, IN, c. Bethlehem M.E.
127. Tombstone, Inscription: Wife of S. Woodhouse, Died April 4, 1878, Aged 26 Y 3 M 26 D, When you see this remember me.
128. Tombstone, Inscription: Son of S. & C.E. Woodhouse, Died Oct. 21, 1878, Aged 10 M 21 D, Our little boy.
129. Obituary, Peru Republican 6/26/1925 - Page 2, William B. Leffel, son of Anthony and Mary Leffel, born Cass Co., 3/10/1854, died 6/12/1925, age 73 years 3 months 2 days. Married Sussanah Woodhouse on 8/22/1880. They had three children Fred, Harley, and Albert. One son, Fred preceded him in death leaving a wife, two sons, six brothers, and many friends to morn.
130. Obituary, Denver Tribune 8/29/1958 - Page 1 Column 1, Mrs. Susannah Leffel, 93, died at 5 pm Wednesday at the home of her son Harley Leffel in Denver. She had been ill for two years. Born in Cass Co. 9/2/1864, daughter of David T. and Mary (Dudgeon) Woodhouse. She married in 1880 to William B. Leffel who died in 1925. Two sons survive: Harley Leffel - Denver & Albert - South Whitley. She had fourteen grandchildren and twenty great-grandchildren. Burial at Bethlehem Methodist Cemetery last Saturday at 2 pm.
131. Obituary, Denver Tribune 2/14/1935 - Page 1 Column 3, John C. Leffel died at his daughter's, Mrs. W.A. Deniston of Perrysburg. His wife died two years ago. There are three children surviving: Marion Leffel - Twelvle Mile, Dr. John Sherman Leffel - Connersville, Mrs. Deniston. Also three brothers: Elmer Leffel - Denver, Samuel Leffel - Denver, Arthur Leffel - Lafayette. Burial at Mount Hope Cemetery after funeral today.
132. Obituary, Denver Tribune 2/27/1936 - Page 1 Column 5, Died 3:15 pm Saturday, Born 11/17/1861, Son of Anthony and Mary (Otawalt) Leffel, Married Mary Yoder, Surviving adopoted son Robert - Detroit, Mi. brothers Samuel of Indianapolis and Arthur of Lafayette.
133. Marriage Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-8 Page 414.
134. Obituary, Denver Tribune 9/11/1930 - Page 1 Column 5, Mrs. Mary Jane Leffel died at 11 pm Friday night. Funeral was Sunday 2:30 pm. Interment at Westlawn Cemetery, Denver. Born 2/8/1865 daughter of Benjamin and Sarah (Dawalt) Yoder. Married Elmer Leffel 7/31/1890. Surviving are husband and adopted son Robert Leroy Leffel. Brothers and sisters: Mrs. C.H. Dawalt - Amour, S. Dak. Mrs. C.H. Kepler - Rochester Mrs. James Kepler - Rochester Benjamin Yoder - Peru George Yoder - Burlington, Ia. John Yoder - Macy.
135. Obituary, Denver Tribune 7/16/1936 - Page 1 Column 3, Dies from an accident, dove into shallow water and died last Saturday. Buried at Westlawn Cemetery.
136. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 6 Page 518.
137. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-9 Page 65.
138. Obituary, Denver Tribune 1/17/1952 - Page 1, Funeral was held Sunday at 2 pm with burial at Bethlehem Methodist Cemetery. Died 1/10/1952, born 9/17/1858. Son of Samuel and Lourinda (Peters) Leffel. Surviving are two daughters and one son: Mrs. H.C. Helms - South Bend, Mrs. O.O. Pickering - Twelve Mile, Paul Leffel - Rochester.
139. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 7 Page 459.
140. Obituary, Denver Tribune 6/1/1939 - Page 1 Column 6, Wife of A.P. Leffel died in Dukes Memorial Hospital Wednesday, 77 years old. Surviving are husband and three children: Mrs. O.R. Pickering - Twelve Mile Mrs. Herman Helms - South Bend Interment at Bethlehem Methodist Cemetery.
141. Funeral Home Information, Kreoger Funeral Home Burial Record Abstracts 1882 - 1900 Book 1883 Page 51, LEFFEL, Infant Son, a. Still Born; d. 8/29/1884; Bethlehem Twp.; c. Bethlehem; inf. Perry Leffel.
142. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 27 Feb 1964 (Thursday), Mrs. Zola Helms, 924 S, Twyckenham Drive, South Bend, a native of Cass County and aunt of Mrs. George Eikenberry, Peru, died at her home Wednesday. Death was unexpected from heart block. She was born in Bethlehem Twp., Cass County, Nov. 8, 1888, the daughter of A.P. and Sarah (Anderson) Leffel. She was married in 1910 to Herman C. Helms, who died in 1958. Other survivors include a sister, Mrs O. R. Pickering, of Twelve Mile; a brother, Paul Leffel, Kewanna, and several other nieces and nephews. She was a member of the Grace Methodist Church and Eastern Star, South Bend. Rites are pending at the Eikenberry Funeral Home here.
143. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 28 Page 495.
144. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 1 Dec 1958 (Monday), Herman C. (Jack) Helms, 69, a South Bend auctioneer, died at 1:20p.m., Friday, at the Memorial Hospital in that city following a heart block on Thursday. The son of John and Sara (Crooks) Helms, he was born in Fortville on Nov. 4, 1889. On Sept. 4, 1910, he married Zola Leffel, and she survives. Other survivors include a brother, Ross, and a sister, Mrs. John Simpkins, both of Logansport. A former resident of Cass County, he had resided in South Bend since 1923. He was a member of the Grace Methodist Church, The Masonic Lodge, the Scottish Rite, and the Orak Temple of the Shire, all of South Bend. Services will be from the Eikenberry Funeral Home here at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday, with the Rev. Ralph Steele, of South Bend, officiating. Burial will be in the Greenlawn cemetery, Mexico. Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m., Monday.
145. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 16 Page 107.
146. Obituary, South Bend Tribune - 6 June 1934 (Wednesday), Charles Franklin Leffel, aged 59, of 640 Mass avenue, Indianapolis, a resident here a few weeks, died in Epworth hospital Tuesday after three weeks' illness of paralysis. He was born in Cass county, Indiana, May 11, 1875. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Matilda Rue, of Logansport, Ind.; two daughters, Mrs. Irene Burns, of Rochester, Ind. and Mrs. Geneva French, of this city; a son Chester Leffel, of Dayton, O.; a brother, Will Leffel, of Logansport; and three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Myers, of Logansport; Mrs. Eva Allen, of Sabina, O., and Mrs. Betsy Smith, of Star City, Ind. The funeral will take place at 3:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon from the Charles Chase mortuary in Loagnsport. Rev. Mr. Bowman, pastor of the Logansport Gospel tabernacle, will officiate and burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery in Logansport.
147. Court Records, Order Book 34 Page 570 - 12/13/1910, Chloe Leffel petitioner - Irene M. & Geneva R. Leffel are dependent children by the meaning of the law & should be amde wards of the state. She turned them over to the Orphan's home of Cass Co., In. .
148. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 18 Page 479.
149. Social Security Death Records.
150. Rowland French (Geneva) foreman Sibley Machine and Foundry, Residence 5722 W. Bulla Rd.
151. French, Rowland H. & Susan M., retired, home 23782 Lynn St.
152. Obituary, South Bend Tribune - 21 Mar 1959 (Saturday), Chester Leffel, 54, of 1714 S. St. Joseph St., was pronounced dead minutes after arrival in Memorial Hospital at 1:55 a.m. today after, authorities said, he consumed the contents of a bottle of sleeping pills at his home. Dr. Edward S. Shelley, St. Joseph County coroner, said he has not yet ruled in the case. Investigation is continuing, he reported. Police said Leffel had written a note prior to swallowing the pills, complaining of ill health. Relatives said he had been despondent for some time. Leffel was a veteran of World War II. He was under a physican's care for disabilities stemming from the conflict. He was born in Logansport, Sept. 25, 1905, and had lived in South Bend 20 years, coming here from Dayton, O., he married Susie M. Byers who survives. Mr. Leffel was a painting contractor. Surviving besides his widow are two sisters, Mrs. Bryan Murrill and Mrs. Genevieve French, both of South Bend, and three nieces and a nephew. Friends may call after 7 p.m. today in the Welaheiner Funeral Home. Mr. Leffel was a member of the Gloria Del Luthern Church, the church's Fellowship Club and the Fraternal Order of Eagles.
153. Obituary, Peru Republican - 19 Feb 1943 (Firday), Faran Elias McClain, 65, well-known Wabash railroad conductor, died of a heart attack at the railroad employees' hospital at 3:15 o'clock Tuesday afternoon after being stricken suddenly two hours earlier at his home, 324 East Main street. Mr. McClain had apparently been in excellent health and he had made his run on the railroad as usual, arriving back in Peru around noon. He was stricken a short time later. Mr. McClain had been employed with the Wabash railroad for a number of years. He was a member of St. Charles Catholic church, the Knights of Columbus, and the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. Mr. McClain was born at Twelve Mile, June 23, 1877, the son of the late Alfred and Ardelle (Leffel) McClain. He was married at Logansport on November 12, 1907, to Mary Ann Rothermel, who survives. Surviving also are a son, Robert C. McClain, of Chicago; a daughter, Mrs. Harvy Ashby, of Peru; two granddaughters; a brother, Walter McClain, of Twelve Mile and a sister, Mrs. George Condon, of Mexico. A daughter Mrs. Virginia Johnson, died in September, 1939. Funeral services will be conducted from the St. Charles Catholic church at 9 a.m. Friday with Rev. Paul A. Welch officiating and interment will be in the Catholic cemetery.
154. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 25 Page 39.
155. Birth Record, Miami Co., In. - Book CH-20 Page 32.
156. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 29 Page 1.
157. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Twelve Mile, Indiana.
158. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Dunedin, Flordia.
159. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 22 Page 409.
160. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-9 Page 29.
161. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Dunedin, Flordia.
162. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 19 Apr 1972 (Wednesday), Herman C. Deniston, 85, Walton, died at 3:25 p.m. yesterday at Memorial Hospital, Logansport after a long illness. He was a retired farmer. He was born in Twelve Mile, Nov. 11, 1886, the son of James M. and Rebecca Leffel Deniston. He was married in Ontario, Canada Jan. 31, 1910 to Alice Kelsey who survives. Also surviving are two sons, Herbert and J. R. Deniston of near Walton; five grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; a brother and two sisters, W.A Deniston, Dunedin, Fla.; Minnie Sulivan, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Mabel Heimlich, Logansport. Mr. Deniston was an active member of the Walton Christian Church and was a 50-year member of the Walton Masonic Lodge. He was a past worthy patron of the Kewanna and Walton chapters, Order of the Eastern Star. Funeral services will be in the Wolf Funeral Home, Walton at 1:30 p.m. Friday with Rev. Howard Jenkins officiating. Burial will be in the Walton IOOF Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 6 this evening. The Walton Masonic Lodge will have memorial services there at 8 p.m. Thursday. Memorials may be made to the Cancer Society.
163. Obituary, Alice C. Deniston, 92, Walton, died at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 21, 1984 at Chase Convalesent Center, Logansport. She was born in Twelve Mile on Oct. 30, 1892, to Robert and Ella Kelsey Young. She married Herman Deniston on Jan. 31, 1910, and he died April 18, 1972. Surviving are two sons, Herbert and J. R. , both of Walton; five grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; and one great-great- grandchild. One daughter, one sister, one brother and two grandaughters are deceased. Mrs. Deniston was a member of the Walton Christian Church, Walton War Mothers, and a 50-year member of the Walton Order of the Eastern Star. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Wolf-Hartzler Funeral Home, Walton, with the Rev. Ken Marsh officiating. Burial will be in the IOOF Cemetery, Walton. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home, where there will be an Eastern Star service at 7 p.m. Memorial donations may be made to a favorite charity.
164. Birth Record, Pulaski Co., In - Book H-4 Page 122/123.
165. Death Record, Pulaski Co., In. - Book H-3 Page 230.
166. Obituary, Peru Tribune, Minnie Ann Sullivan, 90, Fort Lauerdale, Fla., died at 12:15 a.m. Monday, Sept 1 1990 at her residence. Born in Cass County Nov. 28 1889, she was the daughter of James A. and Rebecca Leffel Deniston. She married John Tedford Sullivan in Deedsville Nov. 10, 1909, and he died June 16, 1957. Surviving are one son Lloyd of Twelve Mile; one daughter, E. Ann Sullivan, Fort Lauderdale; one granddaughter and three great-grandchildren. .
167. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 27 Page 351.
168. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 18 Jun 1957 (Tuesday), John Tedford Sullivan, 71, life-long resident of Twelve Mile and vic-president and director of the Twelve Mile State Bank, died at Dukes Hospital at 1:10 a.m., Sunday. He ahd been ill two weeks of a heart ailment. He was born in Twelve Mile March 5, 1886, the son of John and Dora (Jones) Sullivan. He was married Nov. 10, 1909 at Deedsville to Minnie Deniston, who survives. Surviving also are a son, Lloyd L. Sullivan, a daughter, Mrs. E. Ann Sullivan; one granddaughter, Jesse Ann Sullivan and two sisters, Mrs. Nancy Swank and Mrs. Etta Grable, all of Twelve Mile. A brother and two sisters are deceased. Mr. Sullivan was a member of the Twelve Mile E.U.B. church and was a charter member of the Twelve Mile Masonic Lodge No. 673. Funeral services will be from the Twelve Mile EUB Church at 2 p.m., Wednesday with the Rev. Gilbert Maus and the Rev. Clyde Abbott officiating. Burial will be in Mount Hope cemetery, Logansport. The body is at the McCain Funeral Home, intersection of Roads 31 and 16, where friends may call after 7 p.m., Monday. The body will lie in state at the church for one hour before the services.
169. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
170. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 9 Page 299.
171. Birth Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 2 Page 28.
172. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 23 Page 207.
173. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
174. Birth Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 2 Page 138.
175. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
176. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 19 Page 161.
177. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
178. Birth Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 2 Page 362.
179. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
180. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 27 Page 157.
181. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
182. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 54 Page 259 (license issued).
183. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 23 Page 356.
184. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
185. Death Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 1 Page 294.
186. Tombstone, age - 27Y 11M 3D.
187. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
188. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 10 Page 84 .
189. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
190. Tombstone, age - 3Y 3M 16D.
191. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
192. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 19 Page 480.
193. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
194. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 10 Page 194.
195. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
196. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 11 Page 497.
197. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify death information.
198. Birth Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 2 Page 362.
199. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify death information.
200. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 20 Page 351.
201. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify death & marriage information.
202. Birth Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 4 Page 509.
203. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
204. Birth Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 1 Page 110.
205. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
206. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 16 Page 9.
207. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 27 Page 252.
208. Genealogy Book - Early Clark Co., Ohio Families - Vital Statistics, Need to verify information.
209. Marriage Record, Clark Co., Oh., Book 30 Page 593.
210. Marriage Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-10 Page 212.
211. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 18 Aug 1947 (Monday), Elbert LeRoy Powell, 76, former teacher and superintendent of schools in Miami and Fulton counties, died at the Ewing Nursing Home in Rochester at 5:15 p.m. Saturday. He had been a patient there for the past two years, but previously made his home on the north shore of Lake Manitou. Born near Macy on June 22, 1871, he was the son of Thomas C. and Mary Ann (Feldner) Powell. He was married on Aug. 31 1898, to Mary Elba Leffel, who preceeded him in death on Jan. 30, 1936. Mr. Powell was a teacher and school official in Miami and Fulton counties for 43 years. He began his teaching career at Hopewell, in Miami county, and later was principal at Macy for a number of years. He was county superintendent in Miami county for six years and in Fulton county for four years. He was a graduate of Valparaiso University in the class of 1895, although his teaching career began four years previously. Active in music circles, he once served as chair and music director in the Macy M.E. church, a position his father held before. A member of the Rochester Methodist church. Mr. Powell also belonged to the Indiana State Teachers' Association and similar organizations. He was a member of the Citizens' Band and Manitou Drum and Bugle Corps. Surviving are a son, Ellis Clark Powell, Macy; two daughters, Mrs. Marian A. Zartman, Beloit, Wis.; and Mrs. Mary Wear, Lagrange; a brother Rinaldo, Rochester, a sister, Mrs. Elmanda Tracy, South Bend, and seven grandchildren. One son, Robert Leffel Powell, preceeded him in death. Funeral services will be held at the Macy Methodist church at 2 p.m. Tuesday. The Rev. Frank Briggs, pastor ot the Rochester Methodist church, and the Rev. John Targett will officiate. Burial will be in Plainview cemetery at Macy. The body was removed to the Thacker and Sharpe funeral home in Rochester where friends may call.
212. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Macy, Indiana.
213. Obituary, Peru Tribune - 23 Mar 1936 (Monday), Mrs. Rachael Cover, 63 years of age, wife of Noah Cover, died at 12:30 a.m. Monday at her home, three and one-half miles east of Macy, after a two months' illness of paralysis. Funeral services will be conducted at Ebenezer M.E. church Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, with the Rev. Alva Barr officiating. Interment will be in Ebenezer cemetery. Mrs. Cover was born near Deedsville Oct. 6, 1871 and was a daughter of William and Lucy (Somerville) Leffel. She was united in marriage with Mr. Cover in Denver, Aug. 4, 1896. Surviving are the husband, two children, 7 grandchildren, and two brothers and two sisters. The children are Mrs. Bernice Shambarger, who lives near Deedsville and Edward Cover, at home, and the brothers and sisters are, Mrs. Fannie Fites, of Hammond, Mrs. Ida Guise, of Denver; Irvin Leffel, of Deedsville, and Philip Leffel, of Evanston, Ill. An elder sister, Mrs. Elba Powell, died in the latter part of January, in Rochester, Ind. Mrs. Cover was a member of the M.E. church in Ebenezer. She had spent her entire lifetime in the Deedsville community.
214. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 27 Jun 1939 (Thursday), Noah C. Cover, aged 70 years, lifelong resident of Allen township, died at Dukes Memorial; hospital at 9 o'clock Wednesday night after a ten days illness of tetanus. He had been a patient at the hospital for a week. Mr. Cover was born in Allen township, January 18, 1869, the son of Washington and Elizabeth (Shank) Cover. When stricken, Mr. Cover was residing on the farm on which he was born. He was married in 1898 to Rachael Leffel, of Deedsville, and she died three years ago. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Bernice Shambarger of the Deedsville community and on son, Edward, at home; eight grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Kerschner of South Bend and Mrs. Anna Anderson of Mishawaka; two brothers, Edward, of Cando, North Dakota and Harvy Cover of Peru. Mr. Cover was a member of the Ebenezer Methodist church. The body was removed to the Grandstaff funeral home in Roann for burial preparation and will be returned to the late residence Saturday morning. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Ebenezer church, four miles north of Denver. Burial will be in the Ebenezer cemetery.
215. Birth Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-6 Page 30.
216. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 24 May 1939 (Wednesday), Word has beed received of the death of Mrs. Albert Fites, a former resident of Deedsville, which occurred at her home in HammondTuesday morning. Funeral services will be conducted at Hammond and the body will then be brought to the Ebenezer church, four miles north of Denver, where services will be conducted Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Burial will be in the Ebenezer cemetery.
217. Obituary, Denver Tribune - July 12, 1951 (Thursday), Albert Fites, 78, of Hammond, died at his home there at 1 o'clock Monday after several months' illness. The body was returned to the Ebenezer Methodist church near Deedsville for final services at 2 p.m. Wednesday, and interment in the Ebenezer cemetery. The body lay instate at the church one hour before rites. Born in Miami county Jan. 3, 1873 he was the son of James and Isabelle Old Fites. His marriage on Nov. 23, 1898, was to Frances Leffel, who died in 1939. Survivors are two sons and a daughter, Wayne, Deedsville; James and Lavon, Hammond; a brother, Elmer, Macy; a sister, Mrs. Elva Guise, Akron; several nieces and nephews.
218. Birth Record, Miami Co., In. - Book H-10 Page 46.
219. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 6 Nov 1950 (Monday), Mrs. Ida Louella Guise, 73, of Denver, died at 9:45 a.m. Sunday at her residence of complications. She was ill one year. Mrs. Guise resided in Denver 37 years, having moved to that community from Deeds ville, a daughter of William and Lucy (Summerville) Leffel. She married Ben R. Guise Nov. 20, 1913. He survives. Other survivors are a son, Clark, of Denver; a stepson, Forrest, of South Bend, and two brothers, Irven Leffel, of Deedsville, and Philip Leffel, of Evanston, Ill. Three sisters preceeded her in death. The body is at the McCain funeral home, Denver, where friends may call. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday from the Denver Methodist church, the Rev. C. W. Montgomery and the Rev. M. K. Davis officiating. The body will lie in state at the church one hour before time of services. Burial will be in Westlawn cemetery, Denver.
220. Marriage Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-18 Page 77.
221. Obituary, Denver Tribune - 11 Oct 1951 (Thursday), Beneville Randolph Guise, 76, retired cement contractor, and a resident of Denver for 43 years, died at 8:40 p.m. Thursday at the home of his son, Clark Guise, in Denver. He had been ill about a year with a heart condition. A son of William M. and Ellen (Thomas) Guise, he was born in Pulaski County, Nov. 6, 1874. He was married in 1899 to Edna Morgan at Rochester. She preceeded him in death in 1901. In 1913 he was married to Ida Luella Leffel. She died in November last year. Survivors include two sons, Forrest Guise, South Bend, and Clark Guise, Denver; a brother, Simon Guise, Denver, and two sisters, Mrs. Emma Wolf, Leiters Ford, and Mrs. Carrie Runkle, Akron. Rural Route. Five brothers and three sisters preceeded him in death. Mr. Guise moved to Denver from Fulton county. He was a member of Zion Methodist church at Bruce Lake. Funeral services will be held from the McCain funeral home in Denver at 2 p.m. Sunday with the Rev. C. F. Golden officiating. Interment will be in Bruce Lake cemetery, at Bruce Lake. Friends may call at the funeral home after the noon hour Saturday and until time of services.
222. Birth Record, Miami Co., In. - Book H-14 Page 38.
223. Social Security Death Records, Last residence North Manchester, Indiana.
224. Birth Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-3 Page 21.
225. Obituary, Denver Tribune 5/11/1962, Phillip C. Leffel - Funeral services were held Friday Oct. 20th at 3 pm in Evanston, IL. He was born 5/14/1887 the son of William and Lucy Leffel. He is survived by his wife, daughter Mrs. Walter Wingate, and sons Phillip Corning Leffel - New York, Charles Leffel - Chicago.
226. Marriage Record, Cass Co., Indiana - Book 14 Page 496.
227. Social Security Death Records, Last residence St. Cloud, Florida.
228. Marriage Record, Cass Co., Indiana - Book 22 Page 303.
229. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 13 Jan 1949 (Thursday), Word has been received of the death of Floyd P. Baldwin, former well known Miami county resident, who died suddenly in a Detroit hospital at 8:15 a.m. Wednesday of a heart ailment. A native of Miami county, Mr. Baldwin was born near Deedsville, March 1 1879, a son of the late James N. and Mary (Leffel) Baldwin. He was married in 1940 to Bessie Knickerbocker of St. Louis, who survives. Other survivors are a son Edgar Baldwin, Detroit, a grandson, three brothers and two sisters. The brothers are Harold Z. Baldwin, Berkley, Calif., Ross E. Baldwin, Fulton, and Verne C. Baldwin, Deedsville, and the sisters are Goldie B. Kiser, Peru, and Clara B. Hunt, Amboy. Another brother, C.W. Baldwin, died Nov. 12, 1948. The body will arrive overland at the Ebenezer church, near Deedsville, at 12 noon Friday and will lie in state until 2 p.m. when the services will be held. Interment will be in Ebenezer cemetery.
230. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Amboy, Indiana.
231. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 28 Dec 1967 (Thursday), Clara May Hunt, 81, R.R. 1, Amboy, died at the Pleasant View Nursing Home near Wabash shortly after noon Wednesday. She had been ill 10 months. She was born in Union Twp., Miami County, Jan. 31, 1886, the daughter of James and Mary Catherine Leffel Baldwin. She was married April 19, 1900, to Leotis B. Hunt, he died in 1963. Surviving are two sons, Byron and Donald Hunt, both of R.R. 1, Amboy; 10 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and a brother Verne C. Baldwin, Dunedin, Fla. Mrs. Hunt was a member of the Amboy Friends Church, the WCTU being a former county president of the organization, and was a charter member of the Miami County Farm Bureau. Funeral services will be in the Amboy Friends Church at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. The Rev. Kenneth Pickering will officiate and burial will be in the Amboy Friends cemetery. The body is at the Laird and Son Funeral Home, Amboy, where friends may call Friday afternoon and evening. The WCTU will have memorial services there at 8 p.m. Friday.
232. Marriage Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-15 Page 46.
233. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 17 Aug 1963 (Saturday), Leotis B. Hunt, 82, Route 1, Amboy, died at his home, a half mile south and three-fourths of a mile east of Amboy, at 4:30 a.m. Saturday. He had been ill two weeks of a heart ailment. A farmer, he had spent most of his life i the Amboy community. He was a charter member of the Miami County Farm Bureau and had been very active in that organization. He was also a birthright member of the Amboy Friends Church. He was born in Howard County, March 4, 1881, the son of Edwin and Sarah (Lamb) Hunt. He was married at Deedsville, April 19, 1911, to Clara Baldwin, who survives. Also surviving are two sons, Byron and Donald Hunt, Route 1, Amboy; 10 grandchildren and a brother, Glen Hunt, Berrien Springs, Mich. Two brothers and a sister are deceased. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in the Amboy Friends Church. Burial will be in the Friends Cemetery. The body was removed to the Laird Funeral Home, Amboy, where friends may call after noon on Sunday and until time for it to be taken to the church.
234. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 24 Feb 1958 (Monday), Ross E. Baldwin, 68, former Miami County resident, died at his home, six miles southeast of Fulton at 8:30 a.m., Saturday. He had been ill three years of paralysis. A farmer, he had lived at his present home 45 years, moving from Miami county. He was born near Deedsville Nov. 25, 1889, the son of James and Mary (Leffel) Baldwin. He was married at Denver Nov. 19, 1910 to Carrie Friend. Surviving are the wife; three daughters and two sons, Mrs. Carol Black, Sweetser; Mrs. Marilyn Blacktor, West Covina, Calif., Mrs. Catherine Beatie, Fulton; Wayne Baldwin, Indianapolis and Ronald Baldwin, Baltimore, Md.; nine grandchildren; two sisters and one brother, Mrs. Roy Kiser, Peru; Mrs. Clara Hunt, Amboy and Verne Baldwin, Indianapolis. The body was removed to the Ditmire Funeral Home. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. (Interment was at Greenlawn Cemetery, Mexico).
235. Marriage Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-14 Page 431.
236. Obituary, Peru Tribune, Carrie Elizabeth Baldwin, 90, Rochester, died at 1:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 17, 1979, at the Rochester Woodlawn Hospital, where she had been admitted early Sunday Morning. Born Sept. 7, 1889 in Miami County, she was the daughter of Wilson and Leanna Kinzie Friend. She married Ross Baldwin Nov. 10, 1910 and he died Feb. 22, 1958. She lived near Fulton most of her life and in Rochester for the past 10 years. She was the oldest living member of the Perrysburg Baptist Church. Surviving are three daughters, Carol Black of Sweetser, Marilyn Blacketor, West Covina, Calif., and Catherine Beattie of Rochester; two sons, Wayne of Indianapolis and Ronald of Baltimore, Md.; nine grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren; and on brother Charles Friend of Mexico. One son and one grandson are deceased. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Foster and Good Funeral Home, Rochester, ewith the Rev. James Lund officiating. Interment will be in Greenlawn Cemetery, Mexico. .
237. Obituary, Peru Tribune, DUNEDIN,FLA. - Verne C. Baldwin, 94, of Dunedin, died there Oct. 1, 1978. A resident of Dunedin for 13 years, he was born in Deedsville on May 25, 1894. He lived most of his life in Miami County and had been a township trustee. He was a retired farmer and a member of Ebenezer United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Hilda; a daughter, Maxine Fisher, Wabash; three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Services and burial were today in Dunedin.
238. Marriage Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-22 Page 257.
239. Marriage Record, Miami Co., Indiana - Book C-12 Page 461.
240. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune 2/22/1937, Died at home Saturday night, age 64 Years 8 months 13 days. Born 8/7/1871, married Zora Leady in 1906 who survives. Three children also survive: Mrs. Georgiana Martin - Hollywood, Ca., Mary Alice Leffel - at home, Richard Leffel - at home, Brother - Ulysses. Burial at Mount Hope Cemetery.
241. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune 2/11/1974 - Page 2, Zora Leffel, 85, died at Miller's Merry Manor Nursing Home last Saturday. Born 10/20/1888 in Deedsville, daughter of Alonzo and Mary (Hatch) Leedy. Married Emerson Leffel who died in 1937. Survivng are a son and two daughters: Richard Leffel - Hazelhurst, Ga. Mrs. John Carbone - Hartford City Mrs. John Hemrich - Peru Burial at Mount Hope Cemetery.
242. Social Security Death Records.
243. Obituary, HAZELHURST, Ga., Richard E. Leffel, 57, 200 Cromartie St., Hazelhurst, died at 6:45 p.m. Sunday at the Veteran's Hospital in Dublin, Georgia, following an extended illness. Son of Emerson and Zora Leedy Leffel.
244. Obituary, Peru Republican 10/27/1939 - Page 2 Column 7, The funeral was held 2 pm Tuesday and the burial at Mount Hope Cemetery. He died 3:45 am Sunday at Dukes Memorial Hospital. He was 65 years old, born in Fulton Co. on 11/5/1873. Son of Samuel and Alice Leffel, he married Bertha Meyer who preceded him in death. He was employed at Lentz Bros. photograhy. He lived with his daughter, Mrs. Leah Schlemmer. Also surviving is another daughter Mrs. Jennie McDowell.
245. Social Security Death Records.
246. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-59 Page 84.
247. Funeral Home Information, McCloskey - Hamilton Funeral Home Records 1904 - 1953, Crook, Wm. P., Unger St., d. 10/31/1950, Logansport, a. 68-3-17, b. 7/14/1882, sp. Lyle ---, f. Ashford Crook, IN, m. Sarah Kingery, IN, c. Mt. Hope, surv: Wife. Son; Dwight, City. Daus; Louise Clark, Gary, IN. Maxine Burbrink, at home. Mother, City. Bro; Thurman, South Bend. Sis; Jessie Helvie, Onward. (Son; Boyd killed in WW II.).
248. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-1 Page 151.
249. Funeral Home Information, McClosky Funeral Home., WEEKS, Edith L., Hammond St., d. 8/10/1949, Logansport, a. 43-0-20, b. 12/21/1887, Cass Co., sp. Chas. O. Weeks, f. Joel Leffel, Cass Co., m. Ida Hand, Cass Co., c. Bethlehem M.E., surv: Husband. Ch; Lois, Martha, Geneva.
250. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Logansport, Indiana.
251. Funeral Home Information, McClosky Funeral Home., WEEKS, Cecil Otis, Smead St., d. 4/25/1928, Logansport, a. 2-8-11, b. 8/11/1925, Cass Co., f. Chas Weeks, Tipton Co., IN, m. Edith Leffel, Fulton Co., IN, c. Bethlehem, surv: parents. Sis; Lois, Martha, Geneva. Grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Joel Leffel, Emery Weeks.
252. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune 2/10/1956 - Page 2 Column 2, Melvin Leffel, 79 of Mexico, died Wednesday morning in an Indianapolis hospital, Born 2/6/1877 to William and Anna (Webster) Leffel. Married in 1900 to Daisy Keel. Surviving are three daughters and one son: Mrs. Carrie Paterson - Denver, Mrs. Vada Burke - Fort Wayne, Mrs. Zephyr Stenzel - Logansport, Waldo Leffel - Gary, Sister: Cora Morrow - Twelve Mile, Brother - deceased.
253. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 18 Page 333.
254. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 7 Dec 1956 (Friday), Mrs. Cora Morrow, 77, of Twelve Mile, died at 6:15 p.m., Wednesday at St. Joseph's Hospital. She had been ill for about two years. Born on May 6, 1879, in Adams Township, Cass County, she was the daughter of William T. and Anna J. Webster Leffel. She married Henry Ellsworth Morrow on August 19, 1895. A member of the Bethlehem M. E. Church, she had spent her life in the same community. Her home is two and one-half miles southeast of Twelve Mile. Survivors are the husband; two sons and one daughter; Vance, Route3, Peru; Cecil, Route 5, Logansport; Mrs. Nola Yokum, Logansport. One daughter, Lavaun Morrow, preceeded her in death. Also surviving are eight grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Bethlehem M. E. Church at 2 p.m., Saturday. The Rev. Everett Nixon will officiate, assisted by the Rev. August Lundquist. The body is at the Ditmire Funeral home, Fulton, where friends may call. Burial will be in Cornith Cemetery.
255. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 16 Page 338.
256. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 24 Feb 1962 (Saturday), Funeral services for Henry Ellsworth Morrow, 92, retired farmer, Rute 2, Peru, will be held at 2 p.m., Sunday in the Bethlehem Methodist Church. The Rev. James Rhine will officiate and burial will be in the Cornith Cemetery. Mr. Morrow, a lifetime resident of the Twelve Mile community died at 4 p.m., Thursday in the Deer Creek Nursing Home. He had been a patient there 18 months. He was born in Cass County Jan. 3, 1870, the son of Abner J. and Margaret (Teel) Morrow. He was married Aug. 19, 1895 to Cora Pearl Leffel, who died in 1956. Surviving are two sons and one daughter, Cecil, Route 5, Logansport; Vance, Route 3, Peru and Nola Yocum, Route 3, Logansport; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The body was removed to the Ditmire-Davidson Funeral Home, Fulton where friends may call. The body will be taken to the church for viewing one hour before the services.
257. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Logansport, Indiana.
258. Obituary, Peru Republican, Glendolyn T. Baily, 91, Miller's Merry Manor, died Sunday at 10:30 p.m. at Dukes Memorial Hospital after an extended illness. Born in Cass Sounty Jan. 23, 1886, she was the daughter of Frank and Thursa Leffel Howell. She was married to Henry Bailey Nov. 29, 1899, and he died June 29, 1966. Mrs. Baily was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. Robert Tillett, Osceola; one grand-daughter, Mrs. Ronald Kane, Clear Lake, Ind.; two brothers, Hugh A. Barnhart, Rochester, and Dean L. Barnhart, Goshen, and one Great-grandchild. Private memorial services will be at the Eikenberry-Eddy Funeral Home Tuesday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Richard Wylie officiating. The body will be cremated. The family requests that memorial contributions be made to the First Prebyterian Church.
259. Marriage Record, Fulton Co., In. - Book I Page 218.
260. Newspaper Article, Peru Republican - 5 Nov 1926 (Friday), Funeral of Mrs. Tressa Conrad who died at the home of her father Ed Leffel, was held Sunday morning from the Bethlehem M. E. church. Services were conducted by Rev. Zartman. Interment was made in the adjoining cemetery.
261. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Tucson, Arizona .
262. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-13 Page 100.
263. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Royal Center, Indiana.
264. Obituary, Denver Tribune 9/18/1959, Roy died from injuries in a car accident, 9/10/1959. He is survived by his wife Ruth Mace of Logansport, daughter Mrs. Al Barlick - Springfield, IL. and two sons Marion A. and Lloyd E. both from Logansport.
265. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 39 Page 51..
266. Obituary, Denver Tribune 8/9/1945 - Page 1 Column 5, Mrs. Roy Leffel died yesterday at hospital, 45 years old. She was the daughter of Daniel and Vernie May (Smith) Kinzie. She married Roy on 1/1/1918. Surviving are her husband and three children: Jennie Marie Bailick Marion Arthur Leffel, Petty Officer 3rd Class at Guam Cpl. Lloyd Edwin Leffel of Long Island Funeral tomorrow and burial at Bethlehem Cemetery.
267. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-16 Page 49.
268. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Orange, Texas.
269. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-1 Page 166.
270. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 34 Page 97..
271. Social Security Death Records.
272. Obituary, South Bend Tribune - 6 Jan 1964 (Monday), Rodney A. Leffel, 68, of 430 E. Marion St., died at 10:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Joseph's Hospital. He had been in failing health for several months. He was born in Twelve Mile, Ind., and moved here from Logansport, Ind., 18 years ago. He was employed by the Crystal Cleaners and Laundry. He married Ann E. bbBykowski Oct. 30, 1928. Besides the widow he is survived by a son, Donald Leffel, at home; a daughter, Mrs. Warren Simmons, of Niles; a brother, Robert Leffel, of South Bend; and four grandchildren. He was a member of Logansport Aerie 323, Fraternal Order of Eagles. Friends may call at Bubb Chapel after 7 p.m. today. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Leffel is a son-in-law of Mrs. Julia Smith, of 222 E. 3rd St., who died Saturday and of whom funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday in St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
273. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 38 Page 100..
274. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-5 Page 54.
275. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-6 Page 64.
276. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-5 Page 21.
277. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-6 Page 98.
278. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-5 Page 49.
279. Obituary, South Bend Tribune - 14 Oct 1924 (Tuesday), Esther Jean Leffel, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney A. Leffel, 617 South St. Joseph street, died Monday night at 11 o'clock after anillness of one day with indigestion. The child was born in this city last Aug. 4. Besides the parents, one sister, Wanda Ruth, survives. The body will be sent to Logansport, Ind. for burial Wednesday afternoon.
280. Obituary, South Bend Tribune - 2 Oct 1990 (Tuesday), SOUTH BEND - Robert J. Leffel, 84, of Rogers Street, died at 9:30 a.m. Monday in St. Joseph's Medical Center. Mr. Leffel was an employee of the former Torrington Co. and retired from the former Indiana Dairy. He was born April 1, 1906, in Logansport, Ind. and lived in South Bend most of his life. On Dec. 22, 1929, in Detroit, he married Stella Michalski. She survives, with a daughter, Harriet Flowers of South Bend; a son, Leonard of South Bend; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. He was a member of Teamsters Union 364. Servives will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in St. Stanisiaus Catholic Church. Burial will be at Highland Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Kanlewski & Sons Funeral Home, where a parish rosary will be said at 7 p.m. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Lung Association.
281. Obituary, South Bend Tribune - 20 Feb 1995 (Monday), SOUTH BEND - Stella Leffel, 89, of Healthwin Hospital and Nursing Home, died at 8:15 p.m. Sunday in the nursing home. Mrs. Leffel was the former owner and secretary of Indiana Dairy Co. She was born Nov. 7, 1905, in Poland, and lived in South Bend most of her life. As Stella Michalski, she married Robert Leffel. He died Oct. 1, 1990. She is survived by a daughter, Harriet Flowers of South Bend; five grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and two brothers, Edmund Michalski and Chester Michalski, both of South Bend. She was a member of Polish Women's Alliance of America No. 305 and St. Stanislaus Catholic Church. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the church. Burial will be in Highland Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in Kaniewski Funeral Home, 3402 Lincoln Way W., where a parish rosary will be siad at 4 p.m.
282. Death Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-7 Page 61.
283. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 19 Page 322.
284. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune 4/7/1962 - page 2 Column 3, Mrs. Fredrick G. Leffel, Cora B. age 79 of Columbia City. Services will be held Sunday, burial will be at Mount Carmel Cemetery, Twelve Mile. She died Thursday at her daughter's house, Mrs. Verl Bender. She was born 7/31/1882. Her husband died August 1912. Two sons also survive: Cloyd M. & Raymond D. of Twelve MIle, a sister Mrs. Allen Cornell - Deer Creek, two brothers, Alva Hoover - Twelve Mile and Judson Hoover - Webster City, Ia.
285. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-9 Page 42.
286. Obituary, Denver Tribune 9/6/1962, Services were held September 3rd and burial at Westlawn Cemetery. Died August 31st. Married in 1910 to Fern Mae Gruwell who survives. Surviving two daughters and two sons: Mrs. Margaret V. Hazelring - Denver, Miss Ruth Ann Leffel - Denver, William Leffel - Denver, James Leffel - Macy.
287. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune 10/3/1969 - Page 8 Column 4, Fern May Leffel, 76, died at Riverside, Calif. Funeral Monday with burial at Westlawn Cemetery. Born in Wabash Co. on 5/22/1893, the daughter of John and Blanche (Sloppy) Gruwell. Married on 2/15/1910 in Champaign, IL. to Harley Leffel who died 8/31/1962. Surviving are two sons and two daughters: Margaret Hazelrigg - Riverside, Ca., Ruth Ann Leffel - Ashford, Ky., William H. Leffel - Peru, James M. Leffel - Indianapolis, Also five sisters: Grace Combs - Peru, Mabel Judy - Urbana, IL., Elva Johnson - Champaign, IL., Elsie Kestle - Clarkville, Tn.
288. Marriage Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-19 Page 253.
289. Birth Record, Miami Co., In. - Book H-14 Page 21.
290. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Peru, Indiana.
291. Birth Record, Miami Co., In. - Book C-1 Page 159.
292. Social Security Death Records.
293. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 34 Page 91.
294. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-57 Page 70.
295. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-14 Page 30.
296. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Lakeland, Florida.
297. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-9 Page 29.
298. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Dunedin, Flordia.
299. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 22 Page 409.
300. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Dunedin, Flordia.
301. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-9 Page 113.
302. Obituary, Denver Tribune 4/23/1942 - Page 1 Column 1, John Sherman Leffel, age 53, died at his home in Connersville where he practiced for 25 years. He is survived by his wife and two daughters.
303. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 31 Page 226.
304. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune 2/18/1971 - Page 2 Column 5, Glenn Leffel, wife of John S. Leffel, died Thursday at her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Davis, in Dallas, Tx. Daughter of Charles and Mollie Kinneman. Also surviving is a sister in New York.
305. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-9 Page 47.
306. Obituary, Peru Tribune, Georgia Pickering, 91, 317 Blair Pike, died at 10:35 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 11, 1978, at Miller's Merry Manor, where she was a resident. Born in Cass County Feb. 12, 1886, she was the daughter of A. P. and Sarah Jane Anderson Leffel. She was married Oct. 20, 1912, to O. R. Pickering. He died Jan. 5, 1964. She was a member of the Twelve Mile United Methodist Church. Surviving are one daughter, Lois, wife of George Eikenberry, Peru: one brother Paul Leffel, Royal Center; six grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. One son preceeded her in death. Services will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Eikenberry-Eddy Funeral Home, with burial in Greenlawn Cemetery. The Rev. John Siner and the Rev. Paul Temple will officiate. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. .
307. Marriage Record, Cass Co., Indiana - Book 31 Page 270.
308. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 6 Jan 1964 (Monday), Offa R. Pickering, 77, Twelve Mile, died at 5:45 a.m., Moinday, at the Peru Nursing Home. He suffered a cerebral Hemorrage June 9, 1962. Mr Pickering was born in Howard County Sept. 24, 1886, the son of Nathaniel and Elizabeth (McIntosh) Pickering. On Oct. 20, 1912, he was married to Georgia Leffel, who survives. Other survivors include a daughter, Mrs. George (Lois) Eikenberry, Peru; a son, Joseph F. Pickering, Kokomo; two sisters, Mrs. Ida Mills and Mrs. Georgia Dotson, both of Bryant, Ind.; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. A brother is deceased. Mr. Pickering was first employed by the Walton State Bank. On Nov. 11, 1911 he opened the Twelve Mile State Bank and retired as president of the Twelve Mile and Galveston Banks in 1960. At the time of his death he was president emeritus of the board of directors of the Twelve Mile Bank. Mr. Pickering was a member of the EUB Church in Twelve Mile and a 50-year member of the Masonic Lodge of Twelve Mile. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Eikenberry Funeral Home with the Rev. Russell Wilbur in charge. Burial will be in the Greenlawn Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after 2 p.m. Tuesday.
309. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Kokomo, Indiana.
310. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 35 Page 229.
311. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 74 Page 460.
312. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 12/12/1966, Age 69, funeral Tuesday and burial at Bethel cemetery, Cass Co. Son of William and Grace Leffel. He was born 6/3/1897 in Logansport. Brother Frank Leffel of Springdale, Arkansas survives.
313. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 35 Page 103.
314. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-14 Page 8.
315. Funeral Home Information, Kroeger Funeral Home records, Infant, res. Clay Twp., b. 12/12/1915, d. 3/1/1916, f. Raymond Leffel, IN, m/ Pauline Shreve, IN, c. Bethel M.E.
316. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Lowell, Arkansas.
317. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 36 Page 173.
318. Obituary, Sturgis Daily Journal, Sturgis, Michigan.
319. Social Security Death Records.
320. Obituary, Peru Tribune, TWELVE MILE - Everett C. Skinner, 74, Twelve Mile, died yesterday, Feb. 26, 1979, at Dukes Memorial Hospital. Born March 17, 1904, in Cass County, he was the son of Fred and Alberta Cover. Mr. Skinner was a retired grocer, having operated Skinner's Grocery Store in Twelve Mile for 58 years. He married Catherine M. English on Feb. 21, 1926, in Twelve Mile. She survives, along with two sons, Fred and Dale, both of Twelve Mile; a daughter, Janet Dunderman, South Bend; 10 grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren. He was a member of the United Methodist Church, Masonic Lodge, and Order of Eastern Star, all in Twelve Mile. Mr. Skinner served the Republican party for two term the Cass County Council, was a former trustee of Adams Twp. and was a former member of the Caston school board. Services will be at 1:00 p.m. Thursday at the Fisher Funeral Home in Logansport. The Rev. John Patterson will officiate, with burial in Bethlehem Methodist Cemetery near Twelve Mile. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. .
321. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Twelve Mile, Indiana.
322. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-57 Page 121.
323. Marriage Record, Cass Co., In. - Book 54 Page 200.
324. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-12 Page 15.
325. Funeral Home Information, McCloskey - Hamilton Funeral Home Records 1904 - 1953, Crook, Violet Louise, Wheatland Ave., d. 9/25/1943, Logansport, a. 6-2-29, b. 6/26/1937, Logansport, f. Dwight Crook, IN, m. Lucille Gibson, MO, c. Mt. Hope, surv: Parents, Bros; Robert, Wm., Patrick. Sis; Karen Sue. Grandparents; Mr. & Mrs. Wm. P. Crook, Mr. & Mrs. Walter Gibson, Lucerne.
326. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-12 Page 69.
327. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-4 Page 84.
328. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-3 Page 59.
329. Personal History, As a young man travelled with the circus from Canada to Florida. He returned to Logansport and worked at Long Cliff, the state mental hospital. While there he met and married Louise Crook. He had various jobs from selling insurance, shoes, and working in the oil fields. These jobs took them from Michigan, Batavia, Ohio, and Florida. In about 1952, they moved to Gary, Indiana, where he worked at the American Bridge Division of US Steel. In about 1969, he had a stroke after surgery and spent the remaining years in nursing homes until his death.
330. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-14 Page 17.
331. Birth Record, Miami Co., In. - Book H-11 Page 77.
332. Obituary, Peru Republican, Merrillville - Waldo W. Leffel, 61, Merrillville, died at Porter Memorial Hospital Monday. Among the survivors is a sister Mrs. Joseph Stenzel of Peru. Mr. Leffel was a retired supervisor for the Budd Plant in Merrillville and a member of the Ivory C. Tolle Lodge 736, F&AM. He was born Nov 19, 1914, to Melvin and Daisy Leffell. He was married to Mary Elizabeth Robinson who survives. Also surviving is a daughter, Mrs. Nelson Owen of Merrillville and a granddaughter, Michelle; and another sister Mrs. John Birk of Fort Wayne. The funeral will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Gelsen Funeral Home, 7905 Broadway, Merrillville The Rev. Dennis Stutrud will officiate. Graveside services will be at 3:00 p.m. Thursday at Greenlawn Cemetery, Mexico.
333. Social Security Death Records.
334. Death Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-61 Page 18.
335. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-12 Page 66.
336. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune 1/8/1963 - Page 2 Column 4, Raymond D. Leffel, age 51. Funeral will be Wednesday and burial at Greenlawn. Died Sunday at home. Born 2/6/1911 to Fredrick G. and Cora B. (Hoover) Leffel. Married Buelah C. Grindle who survives. Aso surviving are three sons: John R. Leffel - Bremen, Larry L. Leffel - Denver, Fred G. Leffel - Indianapolis, Brother - Cloyd Leffel of Twelve Mile and sister Marie Bender of Columbia City.
337. Birth Record, Miami Co., In. - Book CH-21 Page 51.
338. Obituary, Peru Republican, William H. Leffel, 70, Rt. 3, died at 6:46 p.m. Saturday, July 11, 1987, at Dukes Memorial Hospital. He was born Oct. 10, 1916, in Peru to Harley and Fern Gruwell Leffel. On Aug. 28, 1937, he married Delores E. Laycock. She survives. Also surviving are five sons, William, David, and Stanley, all of Peru, Thomas of Fulton, and Steven of Grabill; one brother, James of Peru; two sisters, Ruthann Leffel of Richmond, Va., and Margaret Hazelbrigg of Salinas, Calif.; and 11 grandchildren. A retired building contractor, Mr. Leffel was a member of the Non-Demoninational Church. Services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at McClain Funeral Home, Denver, Murry Keene officiating. Burial will be in Westlawn Cemetery, Denver. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home.
339. Obituary, Peru Republican Newspaper, Miami Co., In., James Milne Leffel, 66, Route 3, Peru, died at 7:27 a.m. Thursday, May 3, 1990, at Palm Beach Regional Hospital, Palm Beach, Fla. He was born Aug. 10, 1923, in Armstrong Creek, Wis., to Harley and Fern Gruwell Leffel. Surviving are two sons, James E. and Michael L. Leffel, both of Bryan, Ohio; one daughter, Barbara Clark of West Palm Beach, Fla.; two sisters, Ruthann Leffel of Richmond, Va., and Margaret Hazelrigg of Santa Rosa, Calif.; eight grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. A World War II army veteran, Mr. Leffel was a retired housepainter. He was a member of the Peru VFW, and the Non-Denominational Church. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at McClain Funeral Home, Denver, with Barry Barkley and Mark King officiating. Burial will be in Westlawn Cemetery, with military graveside rites. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.
340. Funeral Home Information, McCloskey - Hamilton Funeral Home Records, WARNER, Thomas L., Cass Co., d. 12/31/1941, Logansport, a. 19d, b. 12/12/1941, Bethlehem Twp., f. Feilding Warner, IN, m. Janice Leffel, IN, c. Spring Creek.
341. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-6 Page 63.
342. Marriage Record, Miami Co., In. -.
343. Obituary, Peru Republican, Bernice Z. Leffel, 60, 571 W. Main St., died yesterday at 9:25 a.m. at her residence. She has been ill four years. Born Oct. 24, 1914 in Peru, she was the daughter of Edward and Pearl Corder Glaggen, both deceased. She was married to Bernard Leffel in 1948 and he died Oct. 1, 1964. Mrs. Leffel was a lifelong resident of Peru and was a housewife. Survivors include two brothers, Paul and Carl Gladden, both of Peru; and two sisters, Mrs. Charles Applegate, Peru, and Ruth Jones of Rt. 5, Peru. One son deceased. Services will be held at the Flowers-Leedy Funeral Home Friday at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be in Mount Hope Cemetery. The Rev. Avery Miley will officiate.
344. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Peru, Indiana.
345. Obituary, Peru Daily Tribune - 6/19/1950, Died shortly after birth Sunday. Paternal grandparents are Frank Leffel and Mrs. Richard Patesel, maternal grandmother Mrs. E. M. Gladden of Wabash, paternal great-grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Leffel of Star City. Burial at Mount Hope cemetery.
346. Obituary, Peru Republican - 23 Jun 1950 (Friday), David Austin Leffel, Son of Bernard and Bernice (Gladden) Leffel died in Dukes Memorial Hospital shortly after birth late Sunday night. Burial was Tuesday at Mt. Hope Cemetery.
347. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book H-15 Page 29.
348. Social Security Death Records.
349. Obituary, Logansport Pharos Tribune & Press - 11 Jul 1975 (Friday), Wayne V. Leffel, 55, Rt. 5, died at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at the Grissom AFB Hospital. Born in Logansport, June 22, 1920, he was the son of Frank and Mary Moore Leffel. He was married April 6, 1940, to Elizabeth Jayne James. A retired Air Force veteran, followong 24 years of service, he served in World War II and the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. He was president of the Logansport Shrine Club and was a lifetime member of the Shrine's Legion of Honor. He was also a member of the Mosaic Masonic Lodge, No. 55, Norfolk, Nebr.; the Murat Shire, Indianapolis; the Scottish Rite, Valley of Indianapolis; the Beulah Chapter, No. 40, the Order of the Eastern Star; the Chapter Coouncil and Commandry of Logansport; the faternal Order of Police, the American Legion, the Eagle Lodge and was a lifetime member of the VFW. Surviving with his wife are two sons, Larry L., Arkansas City, Kans.; and Ronald W., Hill City Kans.; his mother, Mrs. Mary M. Patesel, Rt. 5; and three grandchildren. Services will be at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Fisher Funeral Home, with the Rev, Raymond Skelton officiating. Burial will be in the Bethel Cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Friday at the funeral home, where VFW services will be conducted Saturday night.
350. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-13 Page 42.
351. Social Security Death Records, Last residence Arkansas City, Arkansas.
352. Birth Record, Cass Co., In. - Book CH-13 Page 86.
353. Social Security Death Records.



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