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Addie Pearl Edgerton, daughter of Lewis Franklin and Eunice Elvira (Burch) Edgerton.                                                                     PHOTO

 

born:

August 1, 1880; Centre Twp., Lake Co., IN.

died:

February 19, 1918; Grass Creek, Fulton Co., IN.

buried:

Grass Creek Cemetery; Wayne Twp., Fulton Co., IN.  (GI)

 

married:

April 22, 1901; Rochester, Fulton Co., IN.  (Co. VR G:163)

 

Charles Harrison, son of Thomas and Elizabeth Harrison.

 

born:

1865; Sebbergh, Yorkshire, England.

died:

April 15, 1929; Grass Creek, Fulton Co., IN.  (OB The News-Sentinel  4/17/1929)

buried:

April 17, 1929; Grass Creek Cemetery; Wayne Twp., Fulton Co., IN.  (GI)

 

Children:

  1. Hazel May, b. April 1902; Wayne Twp., Fulton Co., IN.
  2. Myrtle Pearl, b. February 20, 1904; Wayne Twp., Fulton Co., IN.
  3. Mabel Marie, b. February 1, 1906; Wayne Twp., Fulton Co., IN.

 


The following obituary for Charles Harrison was published in The News-Sentinel (Fulton County, Indiana) on Wednesday, April 17, 1929:

 

“Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock at the Grass Creek United Brethren Church for Charles Harrison, aged 63, who died Monday morning at his home two and one-half miles southeast of Grass Creek.  Rev. C. M. Bunker, of Holly, Michigan, officiated and burial was made in the Grass Creek cemetery.

 

Mr. Harrison died following an illness of some time with cancer, however, his condition was only considered serious two weeks.  He was born at Sebbergh, Yorkshire County, England, the son of Thomas and Elizabeth Harrison.  When only six years of age he came with his parents to the United States settling in Wayne township, Fulton county, Indiana.  On April 22, 1901 at Rochester he was married to Addie Pearl Edgerton.  Mr. Harrison was a member of the Seven Day Advent church.

 

Surviving are two daughters, Myrtle L. Harrison, at home, and Mrs. George Harris, of Logansport, and a grandson, George Edward Harris.”