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S1000 Obituary, William E. Underwood. Anderson Herald, 31 Dec 1935.

Extract: "(Pendleton item) W E Underwood/ William Edward Underwood, age 78, retired merchant died at his home here [Pendleton] Tuesday at 4:00 PM. The widow, Eva, a daughter of Mrs I G Davis of Pendleton and three grandchildren survive. Funeral arrangements await word from relatives. Mr Underwood was born at Sheridan and has been a resident of Pendleton for eighteen years. He was a member of the Christian Church."
"(Pendleton item Anderson Herald January 2, 1936) / Funeral services for W E Underwood will be conducted by Rev W R Cody Friday at 2pm at the Davis and Sloan funeral home. He will be buried in West Grove-Lawn cemetery. (He was buried January 3, 1936)"
S1001 Obituary, "Olive J Hanson, 82" - Muncie StarPress Aug 2003. Acc001040/Doc2295.pdf.

Extract
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Olive J. Hanson, 82
Muncie - Olive J. Hanson, 82, died Tuesday evening in The Waters of Yorktown after a brief illness.
She was born in Muncie, the daughter of August and Mabel Worthen Haas, graduated from Central High School and was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II. While in the Navy, she was a control tower operator in Hawaii and California.
Mrs. Hanson was a bookkeeper and worked for several different companies in California. She received an associate degree in social services from the College of Marin in Kentfield. Calif.
She returned to Muncie in 1984, and was a bookkeeper for American Lawnmower until her retirement.
She was a member Minnetrista Cultural Center Artist Guild.
Surviving are a daughter, Susan McCollum (husband: David), Yorktown; two sisters, Norma Robbins (husband: Walter), Yorktown, and Wilma Lucas (husband: John, Jonesboro; and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her parents; and two sisters, Barbara Mock and Marjorie Van Couwenberghe.
Friends may call at The Meeks Mortuary 4-7 p.m. Friday. There will be no services, and cremation will be held.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to The American Lung Association.
Online condolences may be sent to the family at meeksmortuary@iquest.net.
S1002 Obituary, "Marjorie Van Couwenberghe, 80" Muncie StarPress, July 2003. Acc001039/ Doc2294.pdf.

Extract:
Marjorie Van Couwenberghe, 80
MUNCIE - Marjorie R. Haas VanCouwenberghe, 80, Santa Rosa, Calif., died Wednesday

She was born in Muncie and graduated from Muncie Central High School in 1942. She served in the Navy during World War II.

Survivors: a daughter, Kathy Sousa; two sons, Roger and Barry Van Couwenberghe; three sisters, Wilma Lucas, Norma Robbins and Olive Hanson, five grandchildren and a great-grandson.

Services will be in California.
S1003 Document, Misc, Registration for Sam Dog. Acc001043/Doc0972.pdf.

From Registration:
Name: Robbins Samson
Breed: Shih Tzu
Color: Black & White
Sire: Greiner's Nashville Express TC773601 (1-89)
Dam: Greiner's Binky TC680023 (3.93)
Breeder: Marian Greiner
Shirley K. Robbins/ 7804 Crooked Creek Ct./ Muncie, IN 47304-9613
Registration Number: TN194806/02
Sex: Male
Birthdate: 14 Jan 1995
Certificate Issued: May 23 1995
S1004 Education Document:   8th Grade Diploma, Ina Robbins, 26 April 1927. Cadiz School, Cadiz, Henry County, Indiana. Acc000453/Doc2297.pdf

Extract: Certificate of Graduation Henry County - This is to Certify that Ina Robbins has successfully completed the work as outlined for the Grad Schools by the State of Indiana, and is hereby awarded this Certificate of Proficiency. Date: April 26, 1927. Signed by County Superintendent of Schools and the Principal of School]
S1005 Education Document:  Diploma, Cicero High School, Cicero, Hamilton County, Indiana. Ina Robbins, 25 Apr 1931. Acc000452/Doc2298-001, 002, 003.pdf.
Diploma rolled with ribbons  Doc2298-001.pdf - Diploma Doc2298-002.pdf  -  Diploma, View #2 Doc2298-003.pdf

Extract:
Cicero Indiana Commissioned High School
Ina Robbins having completed the Course of Study prescribed and satisfactorily passed the Examinations required is now awarded this Diploma
In Witness Whereof, the Township Trustee, the Superintendent of Public Schools, the Principle and Teachers of said High School have hereunto set their hands, this 25th Day of April 1931
Signed by Superintendent, Principal and Trustee
S1006 Story: Worthen Grandparents by Norma Haas Robbins, 7 June 2001. Acc001044/Doc2300.pdf

I saw this old house
With weathered walls of grey,
My Gandparents house,
Was just this way,
Many a Happy day.
In that old house,
With love and happiness,
The horse and buggy,
The old straw mattress on a high metal bed.
Grapes on the arbor,
Friends across the fence,
I often have dreams of the happy days there.

   My grandparents lived in Hartford City Indiana, in a little grey house. My three
sisters and I would spend our summers there. We had many friends and a loving
Grandmother & Grandfather.
   My Grandmother would start out for the little corner store-it would be noon before
we got back with our breakfast cereal. She knew everyone and would stop and
talk to all of them. We thought we would starve.
   We would go to town in the horse & buggy every Saturday night. In those days
Hartford City, like all other towns, was really bustling with people.
I sure miss those Good Old Days.
   One night we were getting ready to go to town- Grandpa was working with his
horse-l did something (l don't remember what now) and the horse bit him. He
never did know what happened, probably a good thing too.
   We are grandparents now, and enjoy all our grandchildren & great
grandchildren.
   No horse & buggy, back fence or straw mattress but lots of other memories for
them. We're in our 80's now and so many changes have been made-love and good
memories still remain with me.

Thank You
Mrs Norma Haas Robbins
8400 W 400 S
Yorktown IN 47396
765-759-9331
Email-quiltlover 1949@cs.com
S1007 Hamilton County Advertising Supplement - Indianapolis Monthly, March 2008, pages 26 to 34.  Written by Lynnell Nixon-Knight. - Acc001080/Doc2301.pdf
S1008 Document, County, Contract for purchase of Real Estate and Warranty Deed. Book 382, page 171. Delaware County, Indiana. Acc001200/Doc2346.pdf.
S1009 "Da Capo". 1962 Yearbook. Daleville High School, Daleville, Delaware County, Indiana. Taylor Publishing Co, 1962. Acc001020.  Album - Doc2347.pdf
S1010 Book:  Lucas, Wilma. The Warthan, Warthen, Worthen Family. Self-published, nd. Bk3400
-  Original:  Doc2357.pdf
-  Transcript:  Doc0195.pdf  (Living people removed)
S1011 "Our Family Tree", Family History of the Herschel Musick and Betty Davis Musick Family. Created by Betty Jean Davis Musick, ID0196, about 1985. Acc003213/Doc2358.pdf
S1012 Photo Album:  Daleville Community Park, 1997-1998.  Photos and Captions.  Created by Betty Jean Davis Musick(Acc003216) -
Original Album - Opened to First Page - RobbHaas Web Page -
-  Daleville Community Park Photos:  Ph10473 (155 images) - Park Page (I-001 to I-155)-
-  Daleville Festival Parade Photos:  Ph10475 (17 Images) - Park Page - (I-156 to I-173)
-  Images were scanned in the order they are presented in the album (Ph10473-001 to 155 and Ph10475-001-017)

Repository, Original Material:  Daleville Community Library, Daleville, Indiana
S1013 Scrapbook: "Marathon Filling Station, Daleville, Indiana, Built 1937". Created by Betty Jean Davis Musick, about 1998. (Acc003217) -
Original Scrapbook - Opened to First Page - RobbHaas Web Page -
-  This Scrapbook contains 45 plastic 3-ring sleeve pages, open at the top, which contains Newspaper articles, original receipts and documents relating to the Marathon Filling Station which was built in 1937.

Repository, Original Material:  Daleville Community Library, Daleville, Indiana
S1014 Scrapbook: "Town of Daleville, Indiana/ 1997 & 1978", Created by Betty Jean Davis Musick, about 1998. (Acc003218) -
Original Scrapbook and opened to first page - RobbHaas Web Page -
-  This Scrapbook contains 104 3-ring plastic sleeve pages, open at the top, which contain Newspaper Articles (original & Photocopies), Photos, Original Receipts and Documents relating to the Town of Daleville and it's history.

Repository, Original Material:  Daleville Community Library, Daleville, Indiana
S1015 Book:  Marjorie Van Couwenberghe [ID0381] and Wilma Lucas [ID0379], Haas Family, The: Including Fischer, Hain, Heckert & Whetstone families c1630 to 1983 (December 1983). Bk3396/Doc3185.pdf
S1016 Book:  Lucas, Wilma, The Haas Family, 1992. (Jonesboro, Indiana: Author, 1992) Bk3397/Doc3186.pdf
S1017 1987 Oscar & Grace Foulke Robbins Family Reunion -
23 Aug 1987
Home of Myron and Mary Elizabeth Robbins, Bakers Corner, Hamilton County, Indiana


Mary, Walter, Esther, Milton, Myron, Ina Robbins (Click for larger Image)
Ph11002-001.jpg
Hi-Res Image
S1018 US Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1935 - www.ancestry.com, accessed 3 Oct 2015. Jesse M. Foulke Family. Short Creek mm, 20 May 1852. Doc3189.pdf.

Ancestry.com Image 162 & 163/174:
At Short Creek Monthly Meeting of Friends, held 5 mo 20th, 1852. The representatives to the Quarterly Meeting, report they all attended. Jesse M. Foulke and Mary his wife, request our certificate for themselves and their five minor children, namely, John B. George, Sarah Ann, William and Amasa, to Fall Creek Monthly Meeting, Indiana. Ezekiel Roberts & John Cope are appointed to make the necessary inquiry, and if no obstruction appears four women friends in preparing one, and produce it to next meeting.

At Short Creek Monthly Meeting of Friends held 6 mo 24th 1852. The committee appointed to prepare a certificate for Jesse M Foulke and family produced one, which was approved & directed to be signed.

S1019 Database Online. "U. S., Quaker Meeting Records, 1681-1994". www.ancestry.com, accessed , Short Creek mm (Jefferson County, Ohio), Record of Births and Deaths, Page 20, Jesse Foulke Family. Original Data: Swarthmore College; Swarthmore, Pennsylvania; Quaker Meeting Records; Call Number: MR-O-0036. www.ancestry.com, accessed 10 June 2014.   Doc3480.pdf

Page 20 (Ancestry.com Image 12)
Harrisonville Members
John B. Foulke Son of Jefse M. Foulke & Mary his Wife was Born 31 March 1844
George Foulke was Born 7 June 1845
Sarah Ann Foulke Daughter of Do was Born 20 Nov 1846
Amasa Foulke Son of Do was born 29 Aug 1849
Removed to Fall Creek m.m. Ill [Actually Highland County, Ohio], 1852
S1020 Book:  William Wade Hinshaw, Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Vol-4 [Ohio], Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc, 1994. Bk2933,  [Short Creek mm - Ohio].   Doc3481.pdf

Page 202 Extract:
Foulk/
Jesse M. & Mary/ Ch:
John B. b 1844, 3, 31
George b 1845, 6, 7
Sarah Ann b 1846, 11,20 d 1861, 8 16
Amasa b 1849, 8, 29.

Page 202, Extract:
Foulk/
1852, 6, 24. Jesse M. & w, Marry, & ch, John B., George, Sarah Ann, William & Amasa, gct Fall Creek MM, Ill. (H)
Note: Probably Fall Creek mm in Indiana NOT ILL
Note: gct = Granted Certificate ch = Children.

Page 312, Extract
"Foulke/ 1831, 4, 21. Jesse M. rmt Mary Yost"
Note: rmt = Reported married

Page 312 Extract:  "Foulke/ 1843, 10, 26. Mary [Foulk] rocf Fall Creek MM.

Page 315 Extract:
"Yost/ 1831, 4, 21. Mary rmt Jesse M. Foulke"
Note: rmt = Reported Married

S1021 "Indiana Wills and Probate Records, 1798-1999". Database Online. Original Data: Indiana County, District and Probate Courts. www.ancestry.com, accessed , Hamilton County Probate Order Books, Circuit Court, Vol 9, 1875-1877, page 159. Guardianship for Charles W. Foulke by Amasa J. Foulke, 26 Feb 1876. Doc3143.pdf.

Page 159
Guardianship of Charles W. Foulke Amasa J. Foulke - No. App of Guardian
Comes now Amasa J. Foulke and makes application to be appointed Guardian of the person and estate of Charles W. Foulke Minor son of Lucetta Foulke decd., and the Court deeming him a suitable person does now appoint him Guardian of the person and estate of said Minor, and Said Guardian now files a statement in writing herein of the probable value of Said wards estate. Also his Bond as such Guardian in the ??? sum of one thousand dollars properly ??? with George Foulke and Mary B. Foulke as Sureties thereto which Bond is now approved by the Court, and also files his Qualifications as such Guardian herein which Bond, Oath & Statement are in these words towit ??? and therefore the Clerk of the Court by the order of the Court now issues letters of Guardianship of the person and estate of Said minor to the said Amasa J. Foulke, authorizing him, to take upon himself the duties of his trust according to law, and the matter of this Guardianship is continued.
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