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Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living DAYMON. Parents: Living SHOCK and Living DAYMON.

Spouse: Lynette GARNER.

Spouse: Living WERTZ.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living DAYMON. Parents: Living SHOCK and Living DAYMON.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living DAYMON. Parents: Living SHOCK and Living DAYMON.

Spouse: Living PRUIS.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Garold SHOCK and Faye Helzora HANEL.

Spouse: Living SALISBURY. Children were: Living SALISBURY.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living EDGAR.

Spouse: Living SPRAGUE.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living EDGAR.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living VANCE.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living VANCE.

Spouse: Living FABER.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living VANCE.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living VANCE.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Richard Lee SHOCK and Joyce HENRY.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Frederick W. SHOCK and Living WISE.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Frederick W. SHOCK and Living WISE.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: William Benson SHOCK and Living HILEBRANT.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: William Benson SHOCK and Living HILEBRANT.

Spouse: Living MCNEIL.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: William Benson SHOCK and Living HILEBRANT.

Spouse: Living HITCHCOCK.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Nelson SHOCK and Nyredia E. HARTFORD.

Spouse: Living DAYMON. Children were: Living SHOCK, Living SHOCK, Living SHOCK, Living SHOCK, Living SHOCK, Living SHOCK, Living SHOCK, Living SHOCK.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living WHITCRAFT.

Spouse: Living RILEY. Children were: Living SHOCK, Living SHOCK.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living RILEY.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living RILEY.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living WHITCRAFT.

Spouse: Living GRANDCHAMP. Children were: Living SHOCK, Living SHOCK.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living GRANDCHAMP.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living GRANDCHAMP.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Jason Michael SHOCK and Living BOWERS.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Jason Michael SHOCK and Living BOWERS.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Jason Michael SHOCK and Living BOWERS.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living WHITCRAFT.

Spouse: Living DICKMAN.


Living SHOCK.3 Parents: Living SHOCK and Living DAYMON.

Spouse: Living FITCH.

Spouse: Living BLOCK.


Loudema SHOCK3,449 was born on 20 Jun 1882 in Allen County, Ohio.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,450 She died on 13 Mar 1985 in Columbia City Or Collins, Whitley County, (In?).3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,450 She was also known as Loudena Shock.3,450 She is reference number 19541. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Loudema and Bert are buried in Eel River Cemetery in Allen County, Indiana.

From columbia City, Indiana newspaper clipping of Sat, Evening, June 19, 1982.

BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION SUNDAY

COLLINS - Don't be alarmed when this small community situated on Indiana 205 between Columbia city and Churubusco goes through a tremendous population explosion beginning Sunday morning.
The Ferguson clan is coming to town to celebrate a special birthday for a special day.
Loudema Ferguson will be 100 years old Sunday and many members of the family are expected to attend and recognize the witty lady.
Mrs. Ferguson received a telegram from President Ronald Reagan earlier this month. The telegram read: "Nancy and I are delighted to send our warmest wishes on your special day and our hopes for continued joys and blessings."
After learning of the card, Mrs. Ferguson replied to her daughter Marjorie Bennett, who along with son Jessie live with their mother," That was awful nice of him. Maybe we should send him a picture of me."
She added, "I wonder who told him it was my birthday - I know I didn't."
Coming from a large family herself, in which she still has three brothers and a sister living although she is the oldest of the five, Mrs. Ferguson reared 11 children.
Start adding their children and their children and their children to the family circle and the elder Ferguson now sports 32 grandchildren, 81 great-grandchildren and 26 great-great-grandchildren. Many plan to attend Sundays festivities.
"I had 11 children of my own and loved them all very much," Mrs. Ferguson replied. "I know the family is big now and I try to keep in touch with as many of them as I can."
calling herself an outdoor person who hates housework, Mrs. Ferguson insistes that she will celebrate her 100thbirthday by working in the family garden, picking beans and potatoes.

Life History
In 1976, Mrs. Ferguson was honored by the Old Settlers day committee as the oldest registered citizen to attend the annual summer festivities.
At that time, she was a "young" 94.
She was born iin Allen County, Ohio to Peter Shock Jr. and Malinda Shope.
On September 7, 1901 she married Bert Ferguson. The pair were married nearly 60 years until his death in 1960.
After her marriage, Mr. and MRs. Ferguson moved to Allen County and later moved to the Churubusco area in 1918.
She moved to her current residence in Collins in 1940.
During her formative years, she worked in onion and potato fields and later worked in mint fields.
Additionally, Mrs. Ferguson worked a short stint at a furniture factory in Albion and with Blue Bell in Columbia City.
All this time, she was raising sons Daniel, William, Jessie and Clifford and daughters Francis, Mary, Velma, Alta, Dolly, Chloe and Marjorie.
Sons daniel and William have died as has one daughter Mary, but the remain-
ing eight off spring stay in contact with their mother as often as possible.
Currently, all living children are residing in the area with the exception of a daughter and son who hail from Ohio.

OBITUARY:

Loudema Ferguson, 102, of Rte 7, Columbia City, a Collins resident, died at 9:35 a.m. Wednesday, March 13, 1985 at home. She was born June 20, 1882, in Allen County, Ohio to Peter Jr. and Malinda SHope Shock. Her marriage was on September 7, 1901 to Burt Ferguson. The Fergusons first lived in Ohio and then moved to Lake Township, Allen County, Indiana before moving tothe present home in Whitley County in 1940. Mr. Ferguson died January 20, 1960 Mrs. Ferguson had worked at Blue Bell and retired form Weatherhead in 1945. Surviving are two sons: Jessie at home and Clifford of Fremont, Ohio; five daughters: Mrs. George (Velma) Lincoln of LaOtto; Mrs. Alta deck of Churubusco; Mrs. Louis (Dolly) Beltz of Fort Wayne; Mrs. Kernie (Chloe) Rowe of Tippecanoe; Mrs. Garland (Marjorie) Bennett of Rte 7 Columbia City. Also surviving are 32 grancchildren, 82 great-grandchildren; three brothers; Nelson Shock of Mount Pleasant, Michigan; John Shock of Toledo, Ohio and Orlando Shock of Defiance, Ohio. Two sons, Daniel and Willian and two daughters , Frances and Mary are deceased. Friends may call after 2:00 p.m. Friday at Sheets Funeral Home in Churubusco whre the services will be at 2:00 p.m. Saturday with the Rev. William Claxton officiating. Burial will be in Eel River Cemetery.

Loudema at Rte 7, Columbia City, In in 1973 and 1963

Loudema in Churubusco, Indiana in 1964

Mrs. Ferguson in Fort Wayne, In 1971

Mrs. Ferguson in Collins, Indiana in 1984 Parents: Peter SHOCK and Malinda SHOPE.

Spouse: Bert FERGUSON. Bert FERGUSON and Loudema SHOCK were married on 7 Sep 1901.3,449,450 Reference Number:399445 Children were: Living FERGUSON, Living FERGUSON, Living FERGUSON, Living FERGUSON, Daniel Peter FERGUSON, William FERGUSON, Frances J. FERGUSON, Mary Ethel Margaret Melinda FERGUSON, Alta Cleota FERGUSON, Dolly Dimple FERGUSON, Chloe Marie FERGUSON.


Lucille Lillian SHOCK3,449 was born on 1 Dec 1899 in Allen County, Ohio.3,449 She died on 19 Jun 1983 in Henry County Hospital, Ohio.3,449 She is reference number 18913. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Lucille is buried in Truro Cemetery at Columbus Grove, Putnam County, Ohio.

Lucille in Napoleon, Ohio in 1957 and 1955 and 1933 and 1935 and 1930

OBITUARY:

Lucille L. Fruchey, 83, of 314 Rohrs St., Napoleon, Ohio, died Sunday, June 19, 1983 at 2:00 am., at Henry County Hospital. Born in Allen county, she was the daughter of John and Ida (Cary) Shock. She married Bert Fruchey in 1920 and he preceded her in death in 1977. Surviving are a son, John of Napoleon, a daughter, Mrs. Harold (Margie) Blue of Napoleon, a brother, Hrold William of Wapakoneta, Ohio, a sister, Mrs. Clarice Wirt of Bowling Green, 4 grandchildren and 4 great=grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren. A daughter, eileen, also preceded her in death in 1942. Mrs. Fruchey was a member of St. Paul United Methodist church and Napoleon Ladies of the Elks. Services will be held Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. at Walker Mortuary. The Rev. H. Glenn Crabtree will officiate, and interment will be Truro Cemetery, Columbus Grove. Friends may call from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. tonight at Walker Mortuary. The family suggests any memorials be made to the Napoleon Rescue Squad. Parents: Rev. John Wesley SHOCK and Ida May CARY.

Spouse: Bert Clyde FRUCHEY. Bert Clyde FRUCHEY and Lucille Lillian SHOCK were married on 1 Aug 1920.3,449 Reference Number:391381 Children were: Living FRUCHEY, Living FRUCHEY, Eileen Louise FRUCHEY.


Luella May SHOCK3,449 was born on 31 May 1923 in Allen County, Ohio.3,449 She died after 1982.3,449 She is reference number 18921. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Luella in Nevada, Ohio in 1984 and 1978 and 1990 Parents: Harold William SHOCK and Lydia Erma DAVIS.

Spouse: Living CORFMAN. Children were: Living CORFMAN, Living CORFMAN, Living CORFMAN, Living CORFMAN, Living CORFMAN.


Lutie Pearl SHOCK3,449 was born on 1 Jan 1897.3,449 She died on 26 Dec 1961.3,449 She is reference number 18909. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Lutie had a twin (female) that died at birth.

Lutie in Convoy, Ohio in 1933 and 1957 and 1959 and 1955

Miss Lutie pearl in Van Wert Ohio in 1919 Parents: William SHOCK and Margaret Elizabeth KIRACOFE.

Spouse: Mark Oscar SOWERS. Mark Oscar SOWERS and Lutie Pearl SHOCK were married on 9 Oct 1919.3,449 Reference Number:391284 Children were: Living SOWERS, Living SOWERS.


Mabel Agnes SHOCK3,449 was born on 7 Mar 1887 in Dublin Twp. Ohio.3,449 She died on 7 Nov 1892 in Dublin Twp. Ohio.3,449,3657 She is reference number 16910. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Mabel is buried at Riverside Cemetery, Rockford Ohio Mercer Co.

According to Edna Mefford, Mabel was born August 7, 1887 and died November 7, 1892.

From death Book #2 at Mercer County, Ohio Page 130 Record 42 Mabel A. Shock died on November 7, 1892 at 5 yrs. 8 m. , a single female. Born, lived and died in Dublin Twp. Mercer County , Ohio. Died on Malarial Fever. Parents: Willis W. SHOCK and Jennie Della STOBER.


Madge SHOCK3,449 was born on 12 Jan 1929.3,449 She died after 17 Sep 1966.3,449 She is reference number 17292. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Madge lives at home in Rockford, ohio in 1966 Parents: Ralph SHOCK and Ivadel DUDGEON.


Mae Marie SHOCK3,449 was born on 11 Sep 1930 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.3,449 She died after 1991.3,449 She is reference number 18541. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Mae is in Pompeii,Michigan on 1964

Mae is in Englewood, Florida in 1991 and 1992 Parents: Francis Jefferson SHOCK and Ann Marie FOSTER.

Spouse: Living FUHRMAN. Children were: Living FUHRMAN, Living FUHRMAN, Living FUHRMAN.


Mandanan SHOCK3,450 was born in 1856.3,450 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,449 She died in 1857.3,450 She was also known as Mandayan Shock.3,449 She is reference number 28636. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Mandayan is buried at Riverside Cemetery in Rockford, Ohio. The listing in the office says she died in 1887, but apparently it's 1857.

Lived 7 months and 2 days.

Edna says her name is spelled Mandanan Parents: Levi SHOCK and Mary Jane CARR.


Margaret Malinda SHOCK3,449,450 was born on 18 Oct 1900 in Union Township, Van Wert County, Ohio.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,450 She died on 16 Mar 1984 in Mark Center, Ohio.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,450 She is reference number 19547. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Margret is buried with Arthur (Southeast of Ney, Route 15) at Marysdale, Defiance County, Ohio in Immaculate Conception Church Cemetery.

Margaret in Ney, Ohio in 1971

Margaret at Rte. 1, Ney, Ohio in 1964

OBITUARY:

Mrs. Margaret Hammersmith, 83, died Friday, March 16, 1984 in the home of her daughter in Mark Center. She was born near Van Wert, October 18, 1900. Her parents were peter and Malinda Shope Shock. She was the widow of Arthur Hammersmith, and a homemaker. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Ethel Heingeroth of Temperance, Mich.; Mrs. Beatrice Arnold of Toledo; Mrs. Rose Ann Albright of Ney and Mrs. Freda crites of Mark Center; a sister, Mrs. Loudema Ferguson, Collins, Indiana; three brothers, John Shock of Toledo, Orlando Shock of Defiance and Nelson Shock of Shepard, Michigan; and 21 grandchildren and thirty-five great-grandchildren. Services will be at 11:00 a.m. Tuesday in Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Marysdale. Rev. Robert Kill will officiate. Burial will be in the Church Cemetery. Visitation at Greenisen & Tilton Funeral Home, Bryan, is in progress. A scripture service will be at 8:30 p.m. today in the funeral home. Parents: Peter SHOCK and Malinda SHOPE.

Spouse: Arthur Frank HAMMERSMITH. Arthur Frank HAMMERSMITH and Margaret Malinda SHOCK were married on 9 Nov 1920.3,449 Reference Number:399652 Children were: Living HAMMERSMITH, Living HAMMERSMITH, Living HAMMERSMITH, Living HAMMERSMITH.


Marion Orlando SHOCK3,449,450 was born on 15 Jan 1898 in Van Wert County, Ohio.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,450 He died on 16 Oct 1990 in Evergreen Care Center.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,450 He is reference number 19546. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Marion was cremated on October 18, 1990 and lies in a cemetery of Evansport, Defiance County, OHio.

Orlando in Defiance, Ohio in 1985 and 1971 and 1984

Orlando at North Creek Ohio in 1978

Orlando at Rte 1, Defiance, Ohio in 1964 and 1987

OBITUARY:

Marion Orlando Shock, 92, formerly of North creek, Died at 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, October 16, 1990 in the Evergreen Care Center He was born January 15, 1898, in Van Wert, the son of Peter and Malinda (Shope) Shock. He married Audrey Nettie Lewis, who died in 1955. He was a life-long farmer. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Juan (Betty) Kroeckel Torres, 30539 Coressel Road, Defiance; a brother, Nelson, Mount Pleasant, Michigan; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Also preceding him in death were a son, John H.; three brothrs, Jesse, Asa and John; and five sisters, Mary Winners, Leafy Speiser, Dora Ackley, Loudema Ferguson and Margaret Hammersmith. No services of visitation will be available. Burial will be held at a later date. Mast-Mock-Hoffman Funeral Hom will be handling the arrangements. He was cremated, then buried iin the Evansport Cemetery, Ohio. Parents: Peter SHOCK and Malinda SHOPE.

Spouse: Audrey Nettie LEWIS. Marion Orlando SHOCK and Audrey Nettie LEWIS were married on 14 Feb 1918.3,449,450 Reference Number:399618 Children were: Living SHOCK, Living JACQUELING, John Harold SHOCK.


Mark William SHOCK3,449 was born on 2 Oct 1949 in Hillsdale Co. Michigan.3,449 He died after 21 Oct 1987.3,449 He is reference number 17240. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Mark lived in Camden, Michigan in Feb. 20, 1987 Parents: Rev. Charles Warren SHOCK and Ruth Estelle GILMORE.

Spouse: Living MILLER. Children were: Living SHOCK.

Spouse: Living BECK.


Martha Eliza SHOCK3,449,450 was born on 2 Dec 1923.3,449,450 She died after 20 Feb 1987.3,449,450 She is reference number 17169. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Now in 1996, Martha lives in Toledo, Ohio

Giauques once lived in Spring city, Tennessee. (1987) Parents: Delbert M. SHOCK and Madelia M. SMALLEY.

Spouse: Rev. Living GIAUQUE. Children were: Living GIAUQUE.


Martha Elizabeth SHOCK3,449,450 was born on 21 Jan 1858 in Mercer County, Ohio.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,450 She died on 28 Feb 1921 in Charlotte, Eaton County, Michigan.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,450 She is reference number 16898. She has Ancestral File Number 8V2X-Z4. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Settled in Charlotte, Michigan after marriage and had 8 children.

OBITUARY:

Mrs. J. P. Skinner, followingis the obituary of Mrs. J. P. Skinner who passed away recently at her home iin Charlotte, Michigan. Martha Elizabeth Shock was born in Mercer County, Ohio on January 21, 1858 and departed this life at her home in Charlotte, Michigan, of February 28, 1921, aged 63 years, 1 month, and 7 days. She was united in marriage, March 2, 1879, to James Parkinson Skinner, who is left to mourn his loss. To this union were born eight children, five of whom are living. Lawrence M. and Walter C., of Mercer County, Ohio; Mrs. James Curtis of Cheyenne Wells, Colorado; Charles L. and Hobart G., of Charlotte. She is also survived by one sister, Mrs. S. F. Pifer, of Rockford, Ohio, and three brothers, Solomon Shock of Rockford, Ohio; Willis Shock of Bowling Green, Kentucky, and Jesse Shock of Tiffinay, Colorado: also eight grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. She was converted in November 1872, under the labors of Rev. L. T. Johnson in Ohio, and united with the United Brethren Church and has lived a consistent Christian life to the hour when her Heavenly Father called her home. For a number of years, she has been in failing health, but sustained and suported by an implicit faith inGod, she has borne her afflictions with patience. Truly it can be said of her in the words of Jesus to Mary; "She hath done what she could'. The funeral services were held Wednesday, March 2, at the United Brethren Church, Rev. E. M. Wheeler, officiating. Parents: Levi SHOCK and Mary Jane CARR.

Spouse: James Parkinson SKINNER. James Parkinson SKINNER and Martha Elizabeth SHOCK were married on 2 Mar 1879 in Rockford, Mercer Co. Ohio.3,449 Reference Number:364092 Children were: Mary Blanche SKINNER, Curtis Oberline SKINNER, Lawrence M. SKINNER, Walter Clyde SKINNER, Lettie H. SKINNER, Willett A. SKINNER, Charles Lester SKINNER, Garrett Hobart SKINNER.


Martha Jane SHOCK3,449 was born on 29 Apr 1920.3,449 She died after 17 Sep 1966.3,449 She is reference number 17284. [boyd-trees.ged]











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martha Jane lives in Celina in 1966 Parents: Ralph SHOCK and Ivadel DUDGEON.

Spouse: Living HELLWARTH. Children were: Living HELLWARTH, Living HELLWARTH, Living HELLWARTH.


[NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,450 She was born on 17 Aug 1845 in Chili, Coshocton Co. Ohio.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 2]3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 8]3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 3]3,449 She died on 14 Jun 1922 in Near Rockford, Mercer County, Ohio.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 6]3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]3,450 She is reference number 16863. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 4]3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 5]3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Fact 7]3,449 [boyd-trees.ged]











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Mary Shock lived with her three daughters after William's death.

Mary was born Lutheran, but at 14, joined United Brethren Church (Fairview
U. B. Church) (Must be where she met William).

OBITUARY
Mary A. Rumple, nee Shock, age 76 was born in Coshocton County, Ohio, August 17th 1845, and departed life at the home of her eldest daughter, Mrs. Charles Brunstetter of near Rockford Ohio June 14th 1922 aged 76 years 9 month and 27 days.
On April 11th 1877 she was united in marriage with William Rumple who with an infant daughter preceeded her in death. After the death of her husband she made her home with her three daughters, namely Mrs. Charles Brunstetter, Mrs. Clarence Brunstetter and Mrs. Charley Morrow.
Her early religious training was in the Lutheran faith, but when she was 14 years of age she was converted to God under the pastorate of Rev. William Miller, and joined the United Brethren Church, of which she was a respected member at the time of her death. She was a charter member of the Fairview U.B. Church, altho in the last few years she seldom attended services. She made earnest effort to keep her children and grandchildren in church, and as long as she had a home of her own it was a great pleasure to her to minister to the needs of God's servants. Indeed her home was the preacher's home.
While she had no special talent for singing, the one song of her life was "Rock of Ages Cleft for Me", realizing the true sentiment of this song she sang it through a few weeks before her death. During her late affliction her suffering was intense, but she bore it with patience. She was not afraid to die and was often heard to say she wanted to go to her Heavenly Home. She was tenderly cared for by her children who tried to make her last days on earth as pleasant as possible.
She leaves to mourn their loss three daughters and three sons, five grandaughters and ten grandsons; three stepdaughters and one step son; one sister, Mrs. Katheran Allen of Lima, Ohio; two brothers, William Shock of Elida Ohio and Peter Shock of Marion Michigan and other relatives and friends.
The funeral service was from the Fairview Church Friday afternoon, conducted by Rev. A. M. Johnson and Rev. J. M. Sherer. The burial was made in Riverside Cemetery.

Edna says she has an obituary that has Mary Ann's death as June 13, not June 14.

Found Mary A. Rumple's probate court records in Otis Building in Celina, Ohio, Mercer County Feb. 1998:

Page 1: Application for Probate of Will
Probate Court, Mercer County, Ohio
In the matter of the Last Will and Testament of Mary A. Rumple, deceased: Application to Admit to Probate

To the Probate Court of said County: Your petitioner respectfully represents that Mary A. Rumple late a resident of the township of Blackcreek in said County, died on or about the 14 day of June A. D. 1922, leaing an instrument in writing, herewith produced, purporting to be her last Will and Testament: That the said Mary A. Rumple died leaving (no widow) and the following named persons her only next of kin, to wit:

Alma Brunstetter daughter Rockford, O
Savada Brunstetter daughter Rockford, O
Maggie Morrow daughter Rockford, O
James McBride son Rockford, O
Beryle Rumple son Rockford, O
Frank Rumple son Rockford, O

Your petitioner offers said Will for Probate and prays that a time may be fixed for the proving of the same, and that siad above named persons resident in this State may be notified according to law of the pendency of said proceedings.
Signed J. D. Johnson, petitioner

The State of Ohio, Mercer County, ss. The above named J. D. Johnson being first duly sworn, says that the facts stated and allegations in the forgoing application contained are true as he verily believes. Signed J. D. Johnson. Sworn to before me and signed in my presence, this 23 day of June 1922. _______ Probate Judge

Probate Court, June 23, 1922
In the matter of the will of Mary A. Rumple, deceased: Filing of Will and order for Hearing: This day an instrument of writing, purporting to be the last will of Mary A. Rumple, late of Blackcreek Township in this county, deceased, was produced in open fourt and application made for probate. It is now ordered that the said will be filed in this court, and that said application will be hearing before this court on the 27 day of June 1922 at 10 o'clock a.m. and that due notice thereof be given 5 days prior to said hearing, to with widow and next of kin of the testat___, resident of the State of Ohio.
Signed: F. V. Short, probate Judge by R. C. Short

page 3 WILL

In the name of the benovelent father of all:

I, Mary A. Rumple, of Blackcreek Township, Mercer County, Ohio, being of sound mind and memory and desiring to make a disposition of my property do make and publish this my last will and testament: -

Item 1st. It is my will that all my just debts and funeral expenses be first paid.

Item 2nd. All of the rest and resideue of my property whether the same be real or personal, I hereby devise and bequeath to my daughters, Alma Burmstetter, Savada Brumstetter and Maggie Morrow to them and each of them, share and share alike.

Item 3rd. I do hereby nominate and appoint J. D. Johnson, executior of this my last will and testament hereby authorizing and empowering him to compromise adjust and discharge in such manner as he may seem proper, the debts and claims due me.

I do hereby revoke all former wills by me made.
In testimorny whereof, I have hereunto set my hand this 17th day of March, A D. 1920.

Mary Rumpel

Signed and acknowledge by said Mary A. Rumple as her last will and testament in our presence and signed by us in her presence.
Signed: J. D. Johnson
Signed: Gladys Searight

Page 4: Publishers affidavit of Notice: State of Ohio Mercer County, ss
I, F. A. Snyder, Publisher of THE DAILY STANDARD, a daily Newspaper Printed and published in Celina, Ohio, and of general circulation throughout Mercer County, make solemn oath that Notice of Appointment of which the attached is a true copy, was published in said newspaper in its issue of June 30, 122 and July 7, 1922 and July 14, 1922. F. A. Snyder (signed) Printers fee $2.00

Notice of Appointment : Estate of Mary A. Runkle (exactly as written in paper), deceased. J. D. Johnson has been appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate of Mary A. Runkle, late of mercer County, Ohio deceased. Dated this 29th day of June A D. 1922 F. V. Short Probate Judge of said County.

Page 10: Administrator's of Executor's Account
J. D. Johnson executor of the Estate of Mary A. Rumple, deceased in account with said estate. Final account. Said accountant charges himself as follows:

1922
June 29 to Cash on deposit in Citizens banking Co. $1079.52
Cash on deposit Farmers & Merchants State
bank, Wilshire, Ohio 93.60
Cash on deposit in the First National bank
Rockford, Ohio 90.00
To United States Bonds and Interest 208.50
Cash received sale of War Saving Stamps 9.92
To cash 30.00 $1511.54
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Said executor credits himself as follows:
1922
July 17 By cash paid L. F. Rumple Vou. 1 10.00
By cash paid Alma Brunstetter 2 166.66
By cash paid Maggie V. Morrow 3 59.66
By cash paid Savada Brunstetter 4 66.66
July 24 By cash paid J. P. Symons (doctor) 5 97.75
By cash paid Elmer Stetler 6 10.00
By cash paid Ketchem Bros (funeral) 7 346.50
Sept 15 By cash paid Gladys Searight 8 1.00

1923
Mar 26 By cash paid J.D. Johnson 9 1.00
By cash paid F. V. Short Pro. Judge Fees 10 22.25
Exector's fees 11 80.45
By cash paid Alma Brunstetter 12 216.54
By cash paid Maggie V. Morrow 13 216.54
By cash paid Savada Brunstetter 14 216.54 $1511.55

Recapitulation
Total amount chargeable $1511.54
Total amount credited 1511.55

Affidavit to Account: The State of Ohio, Mercer County. I, J. D. Johnson executor of the estate of Mary A. Rumple deceased, do make solemn oath that the within account is in all respects true and correct, as I verily believe. Signed J. D. Johnson. Sworn to before me and signed in my presence this 26th day of march 1923. Parents: Peter Sr. SHOCK and Mary Ann BOYD.

Spouse: Louis MCBRIDE. Louis MCBRIDE and Mary Ann SHOCK were married. Reference Number:362760 Children were: James Edmund MCBRIDE.

Spouse: William T. RUMPLE. William T. RUMPLE and Mary Ann SHOCK were married on 11 Apr 1877 in Allen Co. Ohio.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]3,450 Reference Number:362455
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Certified Copy of Marriage License

Probate Court, Allen County, Ohio. William Rumpel and Mary A. Shock. Marriage License issued April 11, 1877.

Marriage License was granted to William Rumpel and Miss Mary A. Shock this 11th day of April A.D. 1877. G. W. Over______ Probate Judge.

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The State of Ohio, Allen County ss: I certify that I solemnized the marriage of William Rumpel and Miss Mary A. Shock on the 11 day of April 1877.

George Blosser, J.P.

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The State of Ohio
Allen Co, ss:

I, John N. ______ Judge and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Probate Court within and for said county hereby certify the foregoing to be a full and complete transcript from the Record of Mrriages, Vol. C, Page 26, required by the Laws of Ohio to be kept iin the Probate ourt of Said County.
Witness my signature and the seal of said Court, at ________ Ohio, this ___day of January , 1913. John N. __________ Judge and Ex-Officio Clerk of the Probate Court Allen County, Ohio.


at www.familysearch.org/
there's a William Rumple md Mary A. Shock Apr 11, 1877 in Allen Co Oh
Batch # M514383 Children were: Ida RUMPLE, Hulda Alma RUMPLE, Lester Franklin RUMPLE, Alice Savada RUMPLE, William Burel RUMPLE, Margaret Viola RUMPLE.


Mary Bernice SHOCK3,449 was born on 15 Jun 1884.3,449 She died after 2 Nov 1941.3,449 She is reference number 17077. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Mary and family lived in Webster Grove, Mo. in 1941 Parents: Willis W. SHOCK and Jennie Della STOBER.

Spouse: Fort B. GUERIN. Fort B. GUERIN and Mary Bernice SHOCK were married on 7 Jul 1909.3,449 Reference Number:367208 Children were: Fort B. Jr. GUERIN.


Mary Catherine SHOCK3,449,450 was born on 7 Sep 1877 in Allen County, Ohio.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]3,450 She died on 3 Oct 1957.3,449,450 She is reference number 19538. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Mary is buried at Blanchard, Michigan.

Another spelling of her middle name is Catheryn from an obit. Parents: Peter SHOCK and Malinda SHOPE.

Spouse: George WINNER. George WINNER and Mary Catherine SHOCK were married. Reference Number:399360

Spouse: George M. WINNER. George M. WINNER and Mary Catherine SHOCK were married about 1896.3,449 Reference Number:399361 Children were: Flossie WINNER, Living WINNER, Living WINNER, Raymond Leo WINNER, Arthur C. WINNER, Ernest WINNER.


Mary Evaline SHOCK3,449 was born on 25 Apr 1893 in Rockford, Mercer County, Ohio.3,449 She died on 13 Oct 1956 in Germantown, Ohio.3,449 She is reference number 17067. [boyd-trees.ged]











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In 1900 Ohio Mercer County Rockford Village Census, Mary E. is daughter of William, born September 1894, is now 6 years old, and at school. Born in Ohio along with parents.

Mary is buried at Mound Hill Cemetery in Eaton, Ohio.

Mary is in Germntown, Ohio in 1955.

OBITUARY:

Mrs. Mary Bender, 63, of 216 South Cherry Street, Germantown, Ohio, died Saturday morning October 13, 1956, at the home of her son, Ralph. Services will be held at 2:00 p.m. tomorrow at the John Arp Funeral Home. Burial will be in Mound Hill Cemetery, Eaton. Friends may call at the funeral home ater 12:00 p.m. today. A native of Rockford, Mrs. Bender had lived in Germantown since 1927 and had been employed as a cook at the Frigidaire Plant in Moraine City. She was a member of the Daughters of America. Survivors include her husband, Harry; three sons, William C., Ralph and John, all of Germantown; two sistes, Mrs. Hazel Poffenberger of Greenville and Mrs. Ethel Willoughby of Dayton, fourteen greanchildren and four great-grandchildren. The Daughters of America Lodge will hold services att the funeral home at 7:30 pm. today. Parents: William Areness SHOCK and Mary Grace ROBINSON.

Spouse: Harry Augustus BENDER. Harry Augustus BENDER and Mary Evaline SHOCK were married on 27 Feb 1910 in Farmersville, Ohio.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Marriage fact]3,449 Reference Number:367010
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Farmersville Ohio is 2 miles N of Germantown, Ohio. Children were: Living BENDER, William Charley BENDER, Anna Grace BENDER, Arletta May BENDER, Clara Elizabeth BENDER, Ralph Augustus BENDER, Helen Irene BENDER, John Owen BENDER.


Mary Jane SHOCK3,449 was born on 22 Sep 1929 in Old Town, Sycamore, Ohio.3,449 She died after 1982.3,449 She is reference number 18925. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Mary Jane And Harold Donald Heffner had two children, Marnie Jo and Michael Lee Heffner, which were adopted by Mary Jane's brother Robert wesley Shock and his wife Betty Louise. I have the children under these parents.

Mary Jane Thompson in Detroit, Michigan in 1984 and 1978 and 1990 Parents: Harold William SHOCK and Lydia Erma DAVIS.

Spouse: Living HEFFNER.

Spouse: Living THOMPSON.

Spouse: Harvey M. MOREHEAD. Harvey M. MOREHEAD and Mary Jane SHOCK were married in 1952.3,449 Reference Number:391635 Children were: Living MOREHEAD, Living MOREHEAD.


Mary Melinda SHOCK3,449 was born on 8 Apr 1889.3,449 She died on 15 Jun 1978.3,449 She was also known as Linny. She is reference number 18904. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Mary was 89 years, 2 months and 7 days old at death.

"Linnie" is near waynesfield, Ohio in 1933

Mary in Delphos, Ohio in 1919

Mary in Pemberton, Ohio in 1957 and 1959 and 1955 Parents: William SHOCK and Margaret Elizabeth KIRACOFE.

Spouse: Verne Lester BOWERS. Verne Lester BOWERS and Mary Melinda SHOCK were married. Reference Number:391212 Children were: Living BOWERS, Living BOWERS, Living BOWERS, Living BOWERS, Living BOWERS, Ronald Earling BOWERS, Richard Leroy BOWERS.


Maryette SHOCK3,449 was born on 25 Oct 1864 in Allen County , Ohio.3,449 She died on 19 Jan 1933.3,449 She is reference number 17083. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Maryette is buried in Vinewood Cemetery at Edmore, Montcalm County, Michigan. Parents: George SHOCK and Nancy HERRING.

Spouse: Albert E. LEIST. Albert E. LEIST and Maryette SHOCK were married. Reference Number:367313 Children were: George James LEIST, Sadie LEIST, Nancy LEIST, William LEIST, Silas Leroy LEIST, Elnora LEIST.


Maurice Franklin SHOCK3,449 was born on 30 Aug 1898 in Rockford, Mercer Co. Ohio.3,449 He died on 9 Mar 1971.3,449 He is reference number 17431. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Maurice is in Durango, Colorado in 1943. Parents: Jesse Sylvester SHOCK and Lorenza Ellen WEPPLER.

Spouse: Living GIACOMMELLI.

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