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Title GIVEN NAME SURNAME AGE Vet Date of Death Date in Paper Paper PG/COL Place of death and/or place where lived Cemetery Cause of death Family, etc
  James A. Adams           5 3 1901 LWC 8/1       Notice to heirs
Mrs. Martha Allen         1901 2 8 1901 LWC 4/7 Worthington   Found dead in bed Widow of late Harvey Allen
Mrs. Sallie Allen     not dead     4 19 1901 LWC 3/2 not dead     "Revived the Dead"
Mrs. Charlotte Anderson Abbott       Mon. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 6/5        
Mrs. Nellie Andrews     4 15 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 3/3 Youngtown, OH   Stimulants Wife of Nathaniel Andrews; daughter of wealthy parents in New York
Mrs. Rhoda Ellen Armstrong 17   11 last Thurs. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/5 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Peritonitis Husband and ten day old baby survive. D/o Abraham Bolton, of Fountain County.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ashford 68   2 Sat. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 6/5 Buck Creek Hollywood Cemetery Illness; complications of disease Formerly of Lafayette; died at home of daughter
  John A. Baer 60     Fri. 1901 1 18 1901 LWC   near Stockwell Johnson Cemetery Poison Mentioned 3-8-1901 p. 12, c. 2, $600 in will left to widow (cemetery 2 mi NE of Stockwell)
  Henry Baike ~61 Vet 10 13 1901 10 20 1901 LST 5/5 St. Elizabeth Hospital Soldiers' Home Cemetery Mastoid abscess Civil War Veteran. Born in Pittsburg, (sic) PA in 1840. In 1861 enlisted in the 6th Indiana Battery at Evansville. 
Mrs.  Gardner Ball 66   11 30 1901 12 1 1901 LST 5/2 Chicago   Cerebral hemorrage  
  Julia T. Ball     1 16 or 23 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery Illness see Mrs. John F. McHugh
  Calvin Ballows 43   2 28 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 5/4 Greenfield, IN   Killed by train "Killed by Fast Train" came here 2 weeks ago from Galesburgh, IL
    Bang 74   10 last Wed. 1901 10 13 1901 LST 5/2   Greenbush Cemetery Pneumonia See Mrs. E.M. Weaver
  Quincy K. Bankert 30     Thurs. 1901 5 3 1901 LWC 12/7     Dynamite Explosion of Morristown; killed by premature explosion of dynamite.  Had been married 2 months; was Chancellor Commander of the K of P.
  Calvin T. Barden 61 Vet 11 23 1901 11 24 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette Springvale Cemetery   GAR & Co. F 113th Illinois Volunteer Infantry
Mrs. Charles Barford 41   11 last Weds.  1901 11 17 1901 LST  5/5   St. Mary's  Lung Trouble    
  John Barker     9 1 1901 9 8 1901 LST 4/2   Springvale Cemetery Heart trouble Has been been occupying the pest house just north of the ice houses. Two sons survive.
  Fletcher Barnes           1 4 1901 LWC 4,2 Colorado   Fall Sister is Mrs. Lucy Lake.  He lived here all his life until 10 yrs ago.
  John Barnes           1 11 1901 LWC   Veedersburg   Old age Formerly resided here - last year moved with in with daughter in Veedersburg.
  Charles L. Barstow 20 Vet   few wks ago 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 12/3 Pueblo, CO   Pneumonia Co. E 14th Colorado Reg. wife, Ethel Coleman, survives, West side relatives, no kids.  Spanish American and Philippine War vet
  William Barton     10 18 1900 4 5 1901 LWC 10/2 Waynesburg   Shot Dr. Conde Beck, Greensburg, found guilty of voluntary manslaughter
  Minnie  Bassett         1901 2 8 1901 LWC 4/7 Kokomo   Skull fracture Colored.  Muncie officers investigating death
  Edward Battering 1.5   2 Mon. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 6/5   Springvale Cemetery   Son of Mr. & Mrs. John Battering, died on houseboat
  Lucas Beck 76   11 last Tues. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/5 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Disease of the lungs Wife and four sons survive. Well known gardener. Born in Germany, lived in Lafayette 54 years.
Sheriff Ed Beeler           4 19 1901 LWC 7/6 Apache County, AZ   Killed in fight "Sheriff Ambushed"
Mrs. Marilla Beers 69   2 Mon. 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 6/5 Indianapolis Greenbush Cemetery Grip Former resident of Lafayette; moved to Indianapolis to live with son
Mrs. Sarah   Begley           4 19 1901 LWC 6/7       "A Peculiar Will Case"
  Cadmus D. Bell 51   12 19 1900 1 4 1901 LWC ~6 Cathage, MO     Left Lafayette in 1889
Dr.   Bellinger     4   1901 5 3 1901 LWC 5/4 Seattle, Washington     Found by mouth of White River
Mrs. Anna C. Bennewitz 84   8 26 1901 9 1 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette St. Joseph Cemetery Senility Born in in Germany, 9/6/1816, came to US forty years ago. Three children survive. Age calculated from birth and death dates.
Rev. August Bessonies 86   2 22 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 12/3 Indianapolis     Dies on 61st anniversary of ordination as priest.
Mrs. Martha Best 69   2 Tues. 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 6/5 Montmorenci Montmorenci Cemetery Dropsy & Heart Trouble Wife of Samuel Best
  Infant Bishop       Thurs. 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 8/4   Greenbush Cemetery Exhaustion Infant of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Bishop
Mrs. Mary Bishop 73   10 last Tues. 1901 10 20 1901 LST 5/5 St. Elizabeth Hospital St. Mary's Cemetery Comp. of diseases Widow of Martin Bishop. Two sons survive.
Mrs. Anna Bladle 69   11 last Tues. 1901 12 1 1901 LST 5/2 St. Elizabeth Hospital St. Joseph Cemetery Dropsy Born in Germany
  Evan Bledsoe     4   1901 4 19 1901 LWC 1/1 Scott Co, VA   Gunshot wound to the head "Dead at Trysting Place"
  Phineas Blodgett 92       1901 4 19 1901 LWC 7/7 Chicago, IL     Father was a member of Washington's Army.  Died at home of daughter.
  Paul Wilbur Boberg 6   9 28 1901 9 29 1901 LST 5/3   Greenbush Cemetery Spinal trouble See Paul Wilbur
  Rhoda Ellen Bolton 17   11 last Thurs. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/5 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Peritonitis See Mrs. Rhoda Ellen Armstrong
  William C. Bond 94   11 last Wed. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/4 West Lafayette in Richmond, IN Old age Father of Mrs. Samuel G. Snider, died at her home. Had lived here for several years.
Sister M Boniface 48   9 2 1901 9 8 1901 LST 4/3 St. Elizabeth Hospital St. Joseph Cemetery Cancer Member of the Sisterhood of St. Francis.
  John Boon 23   1 9 or 16 1901 1 18 1901 LWC   Lafayette St. Boniface Cemetery Disease Brother & sister survive; he was employed at Peck & Abbot Cooper shop; member of St. Lawrence Church.
  George Bowers 76   1 16 or 23 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   lived in Washington Township     Died last Wednesday, buried Fri. morning; left widow.
  Roy Bramer 12 mos   2   1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/4 6 miles west of Lafayette Burton Cemetery Pneumonia Son of Mr. & Mrs. August Bramer
Mrs. Michael Bratz 42   2   1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/5 Altamonti Station, 3 miles from Lafayette   Hit by train Leaves 5 sons, 2 daughters
  Jacob May Brickler 10   9 last Wed. 1901 9 29 1901 LST 5/3 St. Elizabeth Hospital St. Joseph Cemetery Typhoid fever See Jacob May. Mother's last name is Brickler.
  C.S. Brinkley     1 22 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   of Lauramie Township, d. near Stockwell   Rheumatism Born 1824 Bath Co, VA, came here 1866.  Widow, one son, five daughters survive.  Funeral was in Stockwell.
  H.T.  Brockenbrough           12 1 1901 LST 1       Elks Lodge #143 "In Memory of the Dead"
Mrs. Sarah Bronson 69   12 last Mon. 1901 12 15 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette in Ohio Stomach trouble Two children survive - Mrs. A.B. Westfall of Lafayette and Dr. Wright of Poteau, I.T.
  Edward Brown 36   11 last Mon. 1901 11 17 1901 LST 5/3 3.5 mi W of Battleground   Paralysis of the brain Died at family residence, three and a half miles west of Battle Ground. Leaves widow and six children. Member of the Odd Fellows.
  Nathan Brown 55   1   1901 1 25 1901 LWC   near Montmorenci Hebron Cemetery Rheumatism Born & raised near Montmorenci; unmarried
Mrs. Charles W. Browne 29   11 last Tues. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/5 Jacksonville, IL in Jacksonville, IL Comp. of diseases nee Esta Thompson. Borwn 3/14/1872, married June 1897. Husband, 2 year old daughter, mother and four brothers survive. Age figured using birth and death dates.
  Esta Browne 29   11 last Tues. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/5 Jacksonville, IL in Jacksonville, IL Comp. of diseases see Mrs. Charles W. Browne
  Bruce Bryan 27   1 26 (last Sat.) 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~6 Albuquerque, New Mexico     Moved to NW in September to avoid TB, member of Knights of Pythias; brother of Bert Bryan
  Thomas Bryant ~71 Vet 9 9 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/3   Springvale Cemetery Acute kidney trouble Came to Lafayette after serving one year in the war of the rebellion. Member of Marsh B. Taylor Post No. 475, G.A.R., of this city.
  Henry Buchtel 5 or 3   2 last Weds. 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 2/4 Denver, Colorado in Greencastle Bright's disease Son of Rev. & Mrs. H.A. Buchtel, formerly of this city; has sister; Rev. Buchtel was former pastor of Trinity church
  Charles   Burkhardt 2   2 Thurs. 7 1901 2 15 1901 LWC 12/2 St. Elizabeth Hospital Greenbush Cemetery Scalded in tub of boiling water Son of Mr. & Mrs. Robert Burkhardt.  See 2/1/01 ~ p. 6 for story, "Perhaps Fatally Scalded"
  John Adam Burkhardt       Sat. 1901 4 5 1901 LWC 6/4 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Disease Born in Saxony, Germany; widow and 8 children survive (4 boys & 4 girls)
  Retta Burkhardt     2   1901 3 1 1901 LWC 9/6     Murder "Frank Mayfred in jail in Martinsville on charge of complicity in murder"
  Lucius C. Burt 6   10 20 1901 10 27 1901 LST 5/3 Poughkeepsie, NY     Eldest brother of Dr. E.V. Burt. Left Lafayette over 40 years ago. Wife and one son survive
  Van S. Burton     8 28 1901 9 1 1901 LST 5/3 Dayton  Dayton Cemetery   Born in OH, 2/17/1827. Came to this county, 1839. Married Victoria V. Crouse, 12/1865, who with two daughters and brother, Jacob Burton, survive.
  John Bush 25   4 Sat. 1901 5 3 1901 LWC 6/4 & 7     Train accident Killed in Wabash RR wreck last Saturday evening; funeral attended by Rudolph & Henry Osterling; "Shadeland Items"
  Joseph Butler 57   1   1901 1 25 1901 LWC   Lafayette Cleveland, OH Grip born England, came to US abt 30 yrs ago.  Came to Laf last Sept to go into shoe business w/nephew, Harry Hollis (Hollis & Butler Shoe Firm); Widow & 2 children survive
Mrs. Harvey Cable 30   2   1901 2 22 1901 LWC 7/7 Wabash     Found dead in bed
    Cable ~50   1 3 1901 1 4 & 11 1901 LWC 1/4 Lafayette Springvale Cemetery Acute Liver complaint see Mrs. Harry O. Cowing
  George E. Caine ~62   8 5 1901 8 11 1901 LST 4/5 St. Louis   Apoplexy Born in Newburg, OH in 1839. Worked for railroad. Nickname "Doc".
  Charles Callahan     3 24 1901 3 29 1901 LWC 2/7 & 3/7 Louisville, KY   Murdered "Young Murdered a Hero"
  Cyrus E. Campbell     4 Thurs. 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 12/3 Oswego, IL in Attica   Traveling salesman; formerly employed by late Adam Earl.  Brother John R. and sister Mrs. RH Haller survive in Attica. His wife died several years ago
Mr. Elisha Campbell 56     last Weds.   12 8 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette in New Richmond Buggy/Train Accident Leaves widow and two children - Mrs. William Bell and Frank Campbell.
  George R. Cannon ~75   4 12 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 9/2 Monterey, CA in Salt Lake City    
  James A. Carr 30   1 Thurs. 1901 1 11 1901 LWC     Montmorenci Cemetery Accident - shot Shot while hunting; see previous paper for story (5-3-1901, would've been 31)
  John Carroll         1898 4 19 1901 LWC 2/3 Tipton     "Was Carroll Murdered?"  See Frankfort Crescent
  Walter Carroll 22   4 4 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 9/2 Oden, IN   Throat Cut Throat cut by Harley Lamb, age 17
  Charles M. Carter 29   2 8 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/4 Chicago     Died at Sister Mrs. LG English's house; Son of Henry M. Carter; survived by mom, Mrs. Julia E. Carter, of Glen Falls, NY; his sister, Mrs. English; 3 brothers, Robert C., Harry G. & Frank M. Carter
Mrs. Edward T. Carter     3 Fri. 1901 4 5 1901 LWC 8/4 Wingate Dry Run Cemetery Disease Mother, Mrs. Rich Stevens, husband, sister and one child survive.
Mrs. James Carter 61   12 28 1900 1 4 1901 LWC ~6 near Shawnee Mound Salem Cemetery Disease of the throat & paralysis Died Friday evening; Born to Peter Wheeland 4-25-1839, Ross Co, OH; Married James Carter 1-5-1858 & they moved to here. Husband & five children survive.
Capt.   William B. Carter         1901 2 8 1901 LWC 4/7 Jeffersonville     Former pilot on OH & MS rivers
  Jacob C. Casad 55   10 last Tues. 1901 10 20 1901 LST 5/4 Montmorenci Montmorenci Cemetery   Born in Lafayette, but spent most of life in Shelby township. Husband and father. 
  Bert Cassidy     4 12 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 9/2 Daily News, Chicago, IL   Suicide; shot himself "Newspaper Artist Kills Himself"
  Horace Catterson 84 Vet     1901 10 6 1901 LST 5/2   Springvale Cemetery Fell in creek Veteran of three wars, the Mexican, the Seminole and the rebellion.  Lived near Indian Hill.
Mrs. James S. Chilton 73   1 20 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   Badger Grove Hebron Cemetery Nervous prostration & paralysis Husband & son Dudley Miller, as well as a step son & foster daughter survive.  She was the aunt of Mrs. Charles Downing & James B. Milner
Miss Myrtle Chissom     2 Fri. 22 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 12/3   Dayton Cemetery Complications of disease Daughter of George R. Chissom
  Roberta Clark       9   1901 9 29 1901 LST 5/3 Denver, Colorado     See Mrs. Roberta Vance Clark
Mrs. Julia    Clark Durman     2 22 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/3     Presumed drowned on sunken ship See pages 5 & 10 for story;  "Lafayette Woman Lost" Ship "Rio de Janeiro" sunk; She lived many years in San Francisco, California
Miss Cora Clarke           4 19 1901 LWC 12/3 still alive     Attempted suicide, may die. Daughter of John Clarke, of Bedford.  Upset about death of mother - took morphine
Mrs. Mary Class 64   2 Wed 6 or 13 1901 2 15 1901 LWC 8/4 Indianapolis Greenbush Cemetery Disease Lived in Lafayette moved to Indy 1 year ago; widow of late Christian Class
  Linus Clawson, Jr.     4   1901 4 12 1901 LWC 1/7 Hamilton, OH   Suicide; hanging "Mother Found Him Hanging" Principal of Public Schools of Lindenwald. Mother & wife survive.
  Infant Clouse 3 days   2 Tues. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/2 West Point West Point Cemetery Exhaustion Son of Mrs. Clouse; Mr. Clouse died this winter by fall from a corn chute.
  John Cloyd     2 21 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 12/3 Wea Spring Grove Cemetery Grip b. 12/8/1816, OH; married Jane Bailey, who died in 1886; married Betsy Nicewander, who died in 1851.
Mrs. Olive M. Cobb 25   2 Tues. 5 or 12 1901 2 15 1901 LWC 8/4 St. Elizabeth Hospital at Hazelrigg Peritonitis Wife of Lewis F. Cobb, leaves 2 children.  Daughter of Henry Macy and graddaughter of Maj. Hazelrigg (town of Hazelrigg named after him)
  W.P. Coburn           12 1 1901 LST 1       Elks Lodge #143 "In Memory of the Dead"
  Chester Coffing 2   2 Sat. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/5 Alysworth   Pneumonia Mrs. Leah Pritchard's niece's only child
Miss Ada Coffman 17   1 25 (Sat.) 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~10/3 Lafayette Sand Ridge Cemetery Lung Fever Daughter of Mrs. Belle Kennedy
  Thomas Colbert     3 2 1901 3 8 1901 LWC 11/6 Lenoir City, TN   Train accident Brakeman; "colored"
Miss  Jennie  Condon 38   11 16 1901 11 17 1901 LST  5/4 St. Elizabeth Hospital     Injured in Chicago last July. Remains at house of sister, Mrs. Frederick Schwartz
Mrs. Harriet A. Conner 64 Civil War Nurse 11 last Sun. 1901 11 24 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette   Illness Wife of Paul Conner. Nurse during Civil War, where she met her husband. Husband & two daughters survive.
  Henry D. Connor     1 1 1901 1 11 1901 LWC   Connersville, IN      
  George Copeland 71   Mon 28 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~6   in New Albany   Widow and son survive
  Dennis Corbett 47   11 last Thurs. 1901 11 17 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery   Brother of the late Patrolman James Corbett; died at home of sister, Miss Margaret Corbett. He was unmarried.
  Jacob A. Cordray         1901 2 22 1901 LWC 8/4       No one can find where he put his money
  Infant Cornell 5 mos   1 26 (Sat.) 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~10/1 near Stockwell Salem Cemetery Grip Child of Mr. & Mrs. William Cornell
  Conrad Councilman ~73   10 last Mon. 1901 10 20 1901 LST 5/4 Soldiers' Home Soldiers' Home Cemetery Senility Born in Germany in 1828. Came to this country when quite young.
Mrs. F.L. Cowger           12 8 1901 LST 5/2       See Mrs. Martha Cowger
Mrs. Martha Cowger     12 last Tues. 1901 12 8 1901 LST 5/2 925 Wabash Battleground Cemetery Pulmonary trouble Miaden name: Martha L. McClain; leaves parents, three sister, one brother, husband and three children
Mrs. Harry O. Cowing ~50   1 3 1901 1 4 & 11 1901 LWC 1/4 Lafayette Springvale Cemetery Acute Liver complaint Daughter of James H. Cable - see 1-11-1901 paper b. 9-20-1850 near Piqua, Ohio
  Carlton Cox         1901 4 19 1901 LWC 6/2 in Frankfort     Of Frankfort; father of late Miss Ella Cox and brother in law of Dr. WWC Brown
  John Paul Crawford 3       1901 4 5 1901 LWC 6/5 Montmorenci Montmorenci Cemetery Measles Son of Mr. & Mrs. John Crawford
  John Cronin 80   11 last Fri. 1901 12 1 1901 LST 5/2   Greenbush Cemetery Old age  
  Daniel Crouse     1   1901 1 25 1901 LWC   Dayton   Died in Dayton, lived in Missouri Died in Dayton while visiting nephews & nieces; Dr. Jerome Crouse, W.D. Crouse, Mrs. Van S. Bruton & Mrs. Elijah Earl - Funeral was Monday
Mrs. Lena Crouse     9 22 1901 9 29 1901 LST 5/3     Intestine tuberculosis Wife of Dr. J.H. Crouse, of Dayton. Husband and son survive.
  Charles M. Culbertson 82     last Mon.   12 8 1901 LST 5/2 Hot Springs, AR Graceland Cemetery, Chicago   Had gone to AR for a short sojourn at one time largest packer in Chicago.
  Edward   Cunningham     2 Sat. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 6/2 Peru, IN     Former resident of city; Sister Mrs. & brother in law, Mr. Daniel Murray went to attend funeral.
  Ernest A. Cunningham 34   9 10 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/2   Concord Cemetery Tuberculosis Son of Samuel A. Cunningham. Two brothers, Arthur D. and Rev. A.B.; and one sister, Miss Alida Cunningham, survive. 
  James Cunningham   Vet 7 23 1900 8 18 1901 LST 8/3 Phillippines     Son of Mr. Martin Cunningham. Remains are on their way here from San Francisco. Also see 8/25.
  James Cunningham   Vet 7 23 1900 8 25 1901 LST 4/3 Phillippines St. Mary's Cemetery   Member of Co. G, Thirty-first US volunteer infantry, who died in the Phillippines. Remains arrived in the city last Monday. Also see 8/18.
  Samuel Cunningham     4 22 1901 4 26 1901 LWC 1/2 St. Mary's, W. VA   Hotel fire  
  Michael Curtain 73   8 20 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/3&4 County Farm St. Mary's Cemetery Old age Inmate of county poor farm. Formerly a well known resident of this city. 
  John Dahm     12 last Sun. 1901 12 15 1901 LST 5/2 Cason St. St. Joseph Cemetery Asthma Born in Germany in 1828, been in Lafayette 43 yrs, 32 of those yrs employed by Wabash Railroad
Mrs. Michael Daily     2 13 1901 2 15 1901 LWC 1/4 Bluffton   Burned "Burned to death" wife of wealthy Indiana oil producer- explosion of oil stove in bedroom
  Boy Daniels 12   4 6 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 9/6 Minerva, OH   Sawmill accident "Horror in Sawmill" - fell on circular saw - son of Frank Daniels.
Mrs. Ross Daugherty         1901 4 5 1901 LWC 10/5 Raton, N.M.     Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. JT Unthank of Spiceland; she was of Treaty.
  Infant Davidson 1 mo   9 last Tues. 1901 9 29 1901 LST 5/3   Greenbush Cemetery   Child of Mrs. Flora Davidson. 
  James Davidson 45   11 last Sun. 1901 12 1 1901 LST 5/3 of Berwick, Me.      
  William F. Davidson 66   4 30 1901 5 3 1901 LWC 1/7 Bellevue Hospital, NY   Knocked down by horse & wagon Well known as Civil Engineer
  A. J. Davis 59   9 7 1901 9 8 1901 LST 4/3 Lafayette   Dropsy and heart trouble Was a piano tuner. Wife and son survive.
  Henry Davis 84   2 3 (Sun.) 1901 2 8 1901 LWC 6/5   in Taylorville Dropsy & other diseases Owned much property in IL & MI for 11 yrs he and wife lived at the Lahr.
  James A. Davis           5 3 1901 LWC 6/7       Jesse G. Robinson appointed administrator of estate.
  Jesse Davis 69   12 last Tues. 1901 12 8 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette in Greencastle Heart disease Well known cooper; leaves widow and children
  Jim Davis     4   1901 4 12 1901 LWC 9/3 Butler County, OH Reilly Twp Cemetery   "He Died Poor"
Mrs. Benjamin Davisson 71     Mon. 1901 4 5 1901 LWC 6/4 near Octagon Benton Disease born in County Cork, Ireland; Husband and 4 daughters survive.
Mrs. Mary Davisson       Mon. 1901 4 5 1901 LWC 4/7   Burton Cemetery   Husband & 4 daughters survive; Mrs. Will Irwin, Chicago, Mrs. H.B. Motsinger, Octagon, Jane and Maggie at home. - see Mrs. Benjamin Davisson.
Mrs. George Day     Weds 9 or 16 1901 1 18 1901 LWC   Boswell   Cancer  
Mrs. Ella Debilt 82   11 last Tues. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/4 Lafayette Springvale Cemetery Old age Died at family residence 1723 Hartford St. Member of Holland Reformed Church. 
  Grover Dellinger 17   1   1901 1 25 1901 LWC   near Wiltshire   Killed while cutting timber; tree fell on him.  
Mrs. Ellen Devaney     2 Mon. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/4 Lafayette Greencastle Pneumonia Leaves four children
Mrs. Eliza DeVault 72   11 last Sun.  1901 11 24 1901 LST  5/2 Soldiers Home  Soldiers' Home Cemetery Tuberculosis Was there four years
  Bertha Devore     4 10 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 4/4 Louisville, KY   Throat Cut "Latent Jealousy Aroused" - killed by husband of two months who was temporarily crazed by reading emotional literature
  Henry W. Dienhart 41   9 17 1901 9 22 1901 LST 4/3 West Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery Comp. of diseases Member of St. Boniface church. Unmarried. Died at home of mother, Mrs. Mary Dienhart. 
  Isaac C. Doan     2   1901 2 22 1901 LWC 7/4 very bottom Richmond   Paralysis Clerk of the Wayne Circuit Court.
Col. Frank Dodaman   Vet     1901 1 11 1901 LWC   New York      
  Thomas J. Donahue 23 or 25   2 Sat. 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 2/4 Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery Complications of disease  
  D.B. Donegan     4   1901 5 3 1901 LWC 2/7 Kansas City, MO   Murdered Colorado Miner
  Infant Donley 2 1/2   4   1901 5 3 1901 LWC 3/2 Pittsburg, PA   Fire Mrs. Kate Donley's child
Mrs. Honora Doody 80   Tues 29 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~7/5 Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery Old age/grip Born Co. Limerick, Ireland; widow of late Patrick Doody
  D.C. Dorland           3 1 1901   12/2 Muncie   Fall from street car Fell from Muncie street car and fatally injured
Mrs. Wilhemina Dorrbaker 71       1901 5 3 1901 LWC 6/3 Lafayette Greenbush Brief illness Born in Germany
    Doty 57   1   1901 1 25 1901 LWC   West Lafayette Hebron Cemetery TB see Mrs. Alfred Vance
  Phillip A. Doyle 39   10 last Mon. 1901 10 6 1901 LST 5/2 Denver, Colorado St. Mary's Cemetery Hit by train Born in Logansport, but spent most of life in Lafayette. Brother and two sisters survive.
  William Doyler     9 28 1901 9 29 1901 LST 5/4 St. Elizabeth Hospital   Train accident Young colored man from Virginia. Hurt stealing ride on freight train by holding on the rods underneath the cars. He lost hold. He was brought here yesterday  morning and conscious almost to the last.
  Parker Dresser         1901 4 5 1901 LWC 12/1 Faigbury, IL in Jonesville, MI Apoplexy Uncle of Mrs. Adelaide Sherry, brother of Mrs. Clarissa Jackson, who died Monday at Mrs. Sherry's house of apoplexy.  Brother of late Col. D.M. Dresser; Brother of Mrs. George Burchard, Chicago & Miss S.R. Dresser, Bradford, PA
Miss Mary Drury 18       1901 3 8 1901 LWC 12/2 St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis   Appendicitis Surgery Born in Lafayette; moved to Indianapolis six years ago; she was the only daughter of Mr. & Mrs. George H. Drury.
  Edward Ducas 50   9 3 1901 9 8 1901 LST 4/3 Indianapolis   Hanged Jeweler in Indianapolis. Son, Charles Ducas, an assistant instructor at Purdue. Widow, two sons survive.
  Thomas (or Patrick?) Ducey 66 Vet   Thurs. 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 8/2 Soldiers Home Funeral at St. Ann's Cancer of the face Born in Ireland; widower; left no children; COA 150 IN Inf; emigrated to America as a boy; enlisted 1/31/1865; honorable discharge 8/5/1865; entered Soldier's Home 10/4/1897
Officer John Dufficy 45   8 2 1901 8 4 1901 LST 4/6     Bright's Disease Tallest Chicago police officer.  Widow and several children survive. Was a brother-in-law of Very Rev. John R. Dinnen, of this city. 
  William L. Dunlap   Vet 4 14 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 3/2 Franklin   Pneumonia b. 9-14-1846 in Franklin.  Past Commander of the Indiana Grand Army of the Republic
  Madeline DuTeil ~70   8 23 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/2 Lafayette Springvale   see Mrs. Madeline Rochester
  David B. Earhart   Vet 12 last Mon. 1901 12 22 1901 LST 4/3 Lafayette (?) Greenbush Cemetery Dropsy Civil War Vet; Co. E. 10th IN Inf. & then 1st Lt. Co. B. 150th IN Inf., one of the oldest passenger conductors in service of Big Four; widow and three children survive
Mrs. M.W. Edmunds     4 Weds. 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 5/5 Delphi     "Battleground Items"
  John Edsworth         1901 3 8 1901 LWC 11/6 Marion     Factory fire at Gas City - report says badly injured, likely to die
  Joseph H.  Egan     11 last Tues. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/5 St. Elizabeth Hospital St. Mary's Cemetery Train accident Seriously injured attempting to board a passenger train at Fowler. Wife and several children survive.
  Isaac Ellis 67     last Sat. 1901 1 11 1901 LWC         b. Greene County, TN
  H.G. Elwood     4 18 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 1/6 Selma, AL   Train accident "Fatality in a Storm" - Engineer, from Selma, AL
  F.N. Embree           12 1 1901 LST 1       Elks Lodge #143 "In Memory of the Dead"
Rev Zachariah Emmich 87   1 22 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~7/6 Houston, TX     Minister of Jewish congregation. Related to late Isaac Faust & David Faust.  Leaves widow & 8 children
Madame Lascher Englander     4   1901 4 19 1901 LWC 1/5 Paris   Murdered "Refused to Marry Him" - Murdered by Ferdinand Earnst.
Mrs. Mary Enright     9 22 1901 9 29 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery Comp. of diseases And old and highly respected lady of this city. Following children survive; Mrs. Helen Murphy, Mrs. James Devaney, Mrs. W.J. Hannagan and John Enright. 
  Ferdinand Ernst     4   1901 4 19 1901 LWC 1/5 Paris   Suicide; shot himself Born in Chicago, director of Manchester House, Burton - Murdered Madame Lascher Englander and then killed himself; "Refused to Marry Him"
  Jacob Erwin 25   1 22 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   West side Hebron Cemetery Pneumonia Son of the late William Erwin; unmarried; funeral at Grand Prairie Baptist church.
Miss Jeanette Evans         1901 4 12 1901 LWC 3/4 Cincinatti, OH   Grip "Marriage at Death Bed" wife of Fred Heyes, both of Chicago.
Mrs. Mary Ewry 37   9 9 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/3   Springvale Cemetery Heart trouble See Mrs. Mary Sample Ewry
Mrs. Mary J. Farrell 30   10 last Wed. 1901 10 27 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery Liver trouble Wife of Thomas Farrell.
Mrs. Thomas Farrell 10   10 last Wed. 1901 10 27 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery Liver trouble See Mrs. Mary J. Farrell
  Child Fawbush     3 more than wk ago 1901 3 29 1901 LWC 4/3 Montmorenci Montmorenci Cemetery   "Three Deaths in One Family"
Mrs. Frank Fawbush     3   1901 3 29 1901 LWC 4/3 Montmorenci Montmorenci Cemetery   "Three Deaths in One Family" 
  Infant Fawbush 2 mos   3 Weds. 1901 3 29 1901 LWC 4/3 Montmorenci Montmorenci Cemetery Measles; Pneumonia "Three Deaths in One Family" buried in same casket with Mrs. Fawbush.
Mrs. James Feeney 48       1901 5 3 1901 LWC 8/4 Chicago, IL   Pneumonia Four children survive; Her sister and nephew, Mrs. Henry Murphy & Charles had just returned from Chicago thinking crisis had passed. 
Mrs. Mary A. Ferguson 62   9 2 1901 9 8 1901 LST 4/2 Lafayette Brookston Cemetery Accident Lived on Booth farm, six mile south of the city. Several children survive. Horse frightened and ran from cart. She hit pole or rail.
Mrs. Elizabeth Fewell 35   9 9 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette in Fremont, OH Rupture of blood vessel behind eye See Mrs. Elizabeth Streit Fewell
Miss Ida Finkelstein     2 25 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 7/3 Terre Haute   Murdered School teacher; allegedly killed by George Ward.
  James Finley     12 last Tues. 1901 12 15 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette in Fowler Old age Of Fowler; two sons survive - one in Fowler, one in Philippines.
  Child Finnegan 15 mos   1   1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~5 near Fickle     Child of Mr. & Mrs. John Finnegan
  John Fisher           4 19 1901 LWC 8/1       Estate info "Notice of Appointment" - also in 4/12/01, p.8, c.1
  John  Fisher nearly 85   2 24 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 2/4&5 Battleground     "Death of a Pioneer" Includes sketch portrait
  Rudolph Fisher 45   11 last Tues. 1901 12 1 1901 LST 5/3   Greenbush Cemetery Ingested poison  
Mr.   Fisher     4 5 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 9/4 near Jewett, OH   Train accident Train struck rock. Fisher was engineer. Unknown stock man also killed.
Mr. Marion Fitches         1901 2 8 1901 LWC 5/6 Indianapolis     Well known in Lafayette
  Perry V. Fitzgerald 60 Vet 2 Tues. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/4 Soldiers Home Soldiers Home Cemetery Pulmonary TB Wife & adopted daughter survive
Mrs. William Fitzgerald 59   11 last Mon. 1901 12 1 1901 LST 5/2   Greenbush Cemetery Consumption  
Detective   Fitzgerald     4 12 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 9/2 Pittsburg, PA   Shot in line of duty "Battle with Burglars"
Mrs. Patrick Fitzgimmon 70     Weds. 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 8/4 Lebanon St. Mary's Cemetery Paralysis Born in Ireland; husband and 2 children survive.
  Charles Benton Flagg 46   4 9 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 7/2 Columbus, OH in Waukegan, IL Pneumonia Parents reside in Waukegan.
  John Fleming       Tues.   1901 2 22 1901 LWC 1/6 & 8/2 near Crawfordsville   Saw log rolling over him Very bottom of column
  Erastus L. Floyd 79 Vet 12 last Mon. 1901 12 29 1901 LST 5/3 St. Paul, IN in St. Paul, IN Old age Mason & vet of Mexican War; widow and children survive - Oliver P. & George G. Floyd, Mrs. Harry Ballard and Mrs. George L. Mueller of this city; Mrs. Mueller was at the bedside of her father at his death.
  Curtis Foote 20       1901 1   1901 LWC   Chicago     Former Purdue student
  Bennett Foresman           3 8 1901 LWC 12/1       Mentioned - Former trustee Lafayette Savings Bank
  William G. Foresman         1901 4 5 1901 LWC 6/4 St. Elizabeth Hospital in Rushville, OH Locomotor Ataxia Born in Ohio
  William G. Foresman           4 12 1901 LWC 8/5       His will
  John Forsyth 77 Vet 8 27 1901 9 1 1901 LST 5/3 Soldiers' Home Soldiers' Home Cemetery Paralysis Born in PA. Enlisted in Co. C. 135th Ohio infantry at Columbus, Ohio.  Two sons survive.
  Lewis B. Foster 25   Weds. 30 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~7/5 Lafayette in Attica Grip Son of M.L. Foster of Attica
  William Foster     1 24 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~6 Goodland, IN     Lived w/daughter, Miss Hortense Foster, only close living relative; railroad worker.
  A.L. Frazer 85       1901 2 15 1901 LWC 1/4 Cincinatti, OH   Heart disease Rev. M.A. Frazer, son, survives
Mrs. Ellen E. Frazier 78   10 last Wed. 1901 10 27 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette in Cincinnati Heart trouble Of Cincinnati. Was visiting Mrs. Leander Snyder. Listed in this column twice; the other time she is said to have died Tuesday. Also had pneumonia.
Mrs. L.T. French 49    11 last Weds.  1901 11 17 1901 LST  5/3 Ferndale Brookston Congestion of stomach and bowels Married 26 years ago
  Joseph Lea Gall  3 mos.   7 28 1901 8 4 1901 LST 4/7 Lafayette St. Boniface Cemetery Cholera infantum Son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Gall. 
  Michael H. Gallagher     8 12 1901 8 18 1901 LST 8/2 St. Elizabeth Hospital St. Mary's Cemetery   Native of Ireland. Came to Lafayette about 1865.
  William Garrett 56 Vet 2 Mon. 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 6/5 Lafayette Springvale Cemetery Complications of diseases Died at home of daughter.
  John Gates 70   12 29 1900 1 4 1901 LWC ~6 5 miles west of the city Burton Cemetery Stroke of paralysis  
  Thomas Gear, Jr. 7 days       1901 5 3 1901 LWC 6/3 2 miles NE of Montmorenci Montmorenci Colic Son of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Gear
  Patrick Gearty 80     Mon. 1901 5 3 1901 LWC 6/3 2 1/2 miles east of city   Complications of disease Leaves wife and daughter; member of St. Mary's church
  Isaac Gibson 40   2 Sat. 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 6/3 Linden   Train "Killed by Monon Train" Leaves wife and five children.
  William Gilmore     12   1900 1 4 1901 LWC ~5 of Ottumwa, IA   Murdered Jeffersonville, IN 12/29- body found on tracks - presumed murdered then placed on tracks
  James Girard     8   1900 4 12 1901 LWC 9/7     Murder See earlier edition for details, mentioned here because, "Note found in River - Confession of murdering Girard"
Prof. W.H. Glascock 44   12 last Thurs. 1901 12 29 1901 LST 5/3     Stroke & Paralysis Supt. Of Bloomington public schools and former Supt. Of Indpls Blind Asylum; leaves wife and son
  Infant Girl Gleason 2 wks & 2 days   12 last Weds. 1901 12 8 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette   Smallpox Infant daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Marlon Gleason; Mrs. Gleason convalescing from disease, house quarantined
Mrs. Eugenia Godfrey           4 19 1901 LWC 7/2 Warsaw   Swallowed morphine Divorced wife of Harry Godfrey, a sporting man.
Miss Florence Willing Gormley     1   1901 1 25 1901 LWC     Springvale Cemetery   Was engaged to Mr. Conner; Buried in what was to have been her wedding gown
  William H. Gregory     11 Sat. eve. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/4 Washington, D.C.   Apoplexy  Born and raised in Lafayette. Son of the late Judge Robert C. Gregory. Was clerk in the treasury department. Wife and 3 daughters survive.
Mr. James H. Grover 34   2 Mon. 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 6/5 Frankfort   Grip Sister in law of Mrs. Jesse D. Wallace of this city; Mr. Grover is Supt. Of Public Instruction of Clinton County.
Mrs. Frank Gruver     12   1901 12 15 1901 LST 5/2 Covington, KY Greenbush Cemetery   Remains arrived yesterday at home of father-in-law.
  Theodore Guethoff 74   8 4 1901 8 11 1901 LST 4/5 Lafayette     Born in Germany, 3/5/1827. Lived in Crown Point last 12 years. Died at home of daughter. Wife died nine years ago. One son, three daughters survive.
Mrs. Grover Guinn 62   11 last Sun. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/4   Conroe Cemetery   Died at family residence near Gladden's Corner. She was resident of Lauramie township.
  John Gurran     3 2 1901 3 8 1901 LWC 11/6 Marion   Falling walls - fire Foreman; factory fire at Gas City.
Miss Minnie  Hackelman 25   1 18 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   Greenfield, Hancock Co.   Consumption Died at the home bro-in-law, Thomas William.  Her uncle is C. W. Cook of Lafayette
  Fred Hafner ~65   2 10 (Sun.) 1901 2 15 1901 LWC 6/5 Chicago     Former resident; sister Mrs. Schoolman resides here
Mrs. Charles E.  Hale     11 10 1901 11 17 1901 LST  5/5 Alameda, CA   Apoplexy  Sister of late Mayor William Taylor. Lived in this city for number of years. 
Mrs. Sarah A. Hall     thurs     1 4 1901 LWC 1/4 Lafayette (in Lebanon) Heart trouble b. 2-7-1832, Crawford County (but lived in Lebanon)
Mrs. Daniel H. Haller 45   12 last Thurs. 1901 12 29 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette, Home Hospital in Attica Comps of disease Husband is a prominent druggist in Attica; Husband, son and daughter survive.
  A.N. Halstead 66   1 20 1901 1 25 1901 LWC     Greenbush Cemetery   Leaves family behind
  Sophie Hamilton           5 3 1901 LWC         see Sophie Hemphill
  Nicholas Hanks 66   1 26 (Sat.) 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~10/3 Home Hospital, Lafayette Springvale Cemetery Comp. of diseases Son, George Hanks, only surv. Fam. Member. Liveryman
  Charles P. Hannagan 16   12 last Mon. 1901 12 8 1901 LST 5/2 259 Green St. St. Mary's Cemetery Bright's Disease Son of Mr. & Mrs. William T. Hannagan
  Eliza Hanniard 91   11 Fri. 1901 11 17 1901 LST 5/3 County Infirmary   Old age  
Prof. Thomas Hansberger 64   7 29 1901 8 4 1901 LST 4/6 Lafayette St. Boniface Cemetery Comp. of diseases Born in Bavaria, Germany. Widow and daughter, Miss Katherine, survive.
  Helen Harding 8   11 last Thur. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/4 Lafayette Greenbush Peritonitis D/o thomas J. Harding. Died at home of grandmother, Jennie Harding.
  Girl Harmon 6   2 14 1901 2 15 1901 LWC 1/4 East Liverpool, OH   Burned Died with mother - playing around a fire
Mrs. William Harmon     2 14 1901 2 15 1901 LWC 1/4 East Liverpool, OH   Burned Died w/6yr old daughter-playing around a fire
  Dorothy Lucille Harold     8 last Fri. 1901 9 1 1901 LST 5/3   in Carmel, IN Comp. of diseases Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Harold.
Miss Florence Harper         1901 4 12 1901 LWC 7/2     Consumption Musical instructor for Goshen schools
President Benjamin Harrison 67   3 13 1901 3 15 1901 LWC 1/1 Indianapolis Crown Hill Cemetery    
  L.M. Hartley 22   8 20 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/3 near Mulberry   Fell from train Head brakeman. Came from the south thrity days before accident, where he worked for the Louisville & Nashville.
  Fred Harvey     2   1901 2 22 1901 LWC 11/6 Leavenworth, Kansas     "Fred Harvey's Will"
  Helen Hatke 14 mos.   8 22 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/4&5     Cholera infantum Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Hatke. 
  Sophie Hemphill         1901 5 3 1901 LWC 1/5&6 Cincinatti, OH   Jumped off bridge-suicide Originally from Thorntown; maiden name: Hamilton
  Joseph Henniwickle 76   2 10 (Sun.) 1901 2 15 1901 LWC 6/5 Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery   b. 3-16-1825
  John Hensley         1901 4 19 1901 LWC 3/7     Consumption Member of Martinsville Fire Department
Mrs. Minnie E. Herrington 54   1 6 1901 1 18 1901 LWC   Carroll County     m. Mr. Herrington 4/23/1870. Their only daughter, Mrs. S.W. Yundt survives
  H.B. Hesse 73       1901 2 15 1901 LWC 8/4 Indianapolis   Grip Went to Indy abt 1876. Of company Hesse & Gormley.
Mrs. Fred Heyes         1901 4 12 1901 LWC         see Miss Jeanette Evans
Mrs. Jeanette Heyes         1901 4 12 1901 LWC         see Miss Jeanette Evans
  Infant girl Hilt     10 last Tues. 1901 10 27 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery   Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Hilt. 
  John Louis Hilt     1 12 (Sat.) 1901 1 18 1901 LWC   4 mi NW of Battleground   Disease b. 12-10-1868 in Chicago. Father, mother & 4 sisters survive.  Harness maker for Dienhart Harness Comp.
  Thomas Hilt 62 Vet 10 Tues. 1901 10 27 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette Isley Cemetery Liver trouble Civil War Veteran. Died at home of sister, Mrs. Nelson Ogden. Son, brother and 2 sisters survive.
  Infant Girl Himes Infant   8 23 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/5   St. Joseph's Cemetery   Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Himes, of Frankfort. Died at home of William B. Dobelbower, No. 1119 South Second Street.
  Wm. Hinkel 79 Vet 8 11 1901 8 18 1901 LST 8/3 St. Elizabeth Hospital Greenbush Cemetery Comp. of diseases Native of Germany. Came to Lafayette fifty-seven years ago. Widow, three sons and seven daughters survive. Private in Co. K., 159th Indiana volunteers.
  Charles L. Hoffman 30   12 last Thurs. 1901 12 22 1901 LST 4/3 West Lafayette Temporarily at Springvale Diabetes Christian Scientist; widow and two children survive
  Hugh E. Holder 4   2 Mon. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/4&5 & 7 Otterbein Pond Grove Cemetery TB Son of Mr. & Mrs. Alber Holder (Ed)
Mrs. Sarah W. Hollingsworth 61   12 last Fri. 1901 12 29 1901 LST 5/3 Farmers' Institute Farmers' Institute Cemetery Rheumatism & comps of diseases Widow of late Benjamin Hollingsworth; funeral at Friends' Church.
  Jesse L. Holloway     8 20 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/2 near Shelby in Danville, IL Fell from train Monon conductor. Wife survives. Member of the Order of Railway Conductors and a Knight Templar.
Mrs. Isabelle Hornaday 88   8 29 1901 9 1 1901 LST 5/3 Battleground     Widow of John Hornaday, of twelve children, only two survive. "Funeral conducted…from the Dunkard church at Pyrmont , with interment in the church adjoining." 
Mrs. Emily Howard 65   1 Thurs. 1901 1 11 1901 LWC         aka "Mother Spurrier" (1st husband's last name)
Corp. Gayle E. Howard 21 Vet       1   1901 LWC   San Francisco, CA     Co. K, 45th US Vols.  Son of Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Dyer
Mrs. Martha Howard     12 last Fri. 1901 12 15 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette, Home Hospital Sand Ridge Cemetery Congestion of brain Born in Missouri; resident of Tippecanoe County 28 yrs, member of West Lafayette Baptist Church
  William Howey 58     Thurs. 1901 2 8 1901 LWC 8/5 res. East of Odell West Point Cemetery Dropsy Wife & 2 children survive. Bro-in-law is A.N. Probasco of West Side. Also see 2-15-1901, p. 5 c. 1
  Magdalena Huch 70     Thurs. 1901 4 5 1901 LWC 12/1 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Heart Trouble/Stroke Born in Germany; 3 daughters survive; widow of Frederick Huch.
  Robert Humphrey ~22   10 12 1901 10 13 1901 LST 5/2     Timber falling on head It is thought he has relatives in Grand Rapids. Died at the John P. Gagen farm, near Dayton.
Mrs. Elizabeth  Hursh 77   9 20 1901 9 22 1901 LST 4/3 Lafayette in East Germantown Paralysis See Mrs. Elizabeth Hurst. Son's names spelled Hursh in obituary, but hers spelled Hurst. 
Mrs. Elizabeth Hurst 77   9 20 1901 9 22 1901 LST 4/3 Lafayette in East Germantown Paralysis Was the mother of the following children; Mrs. M. Sherry, Mrs. Alice Kelly, Mrs.  Carrie Xander, James P.M. Hursh, J.G.M. Hursh. Also 18 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
  Emma Frances Hurst 9  mos   1 26 (Sat.) 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~10/3 4 mi SE of city   Spinal Meningitis D/o Mr. & Mrs. Noah Hurst
  George Hyde         1901 4 5 1901 LWC 12/3 near Unionville   Log accident Farmer killed while uploading logs - very bottom of column 3.
Miss Annie Elizabeth Ireland     1 11 1901 1 18 1901 LWC   Lafayette   Pneumonia b. 1-17-1869 in Lafayette
  Mary Irien     8 29 1901 9 1 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette Oxford   Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Irien, of Chalmers died at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Thompson. "Remains taken to Oxford for burial." 
Dr. John S. Irwin 76   8 19 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/2 Lafayette In Fort Wayne   Born 4/4/1825 in Pittsburg, PA.  Widow and three children survive. George Irwin and Mrs. Patterson, of New York, and Miss Mary Irwin, of this city, who is the private secretary of President W.E. Stone, of Purdue university. 
  Annie Jackson 4 mos   2 11 (Mon.) 1901 2 15 1901 LWC 6/5 of Sand Ridge Springvale Cemetery Pneumonia Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Frank Jackson.
Mr. James Jackson     1   1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~5 Dayton     Formerly resided near here; funeral was Tuesday.
Mrs. Mary J. Jackson 84   9 20 1901 9 22 1901 LST 4/3 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Old age Son, H.R. Jackson, and daughter, Mrs. Clarinda Rhodes and granddaughter, Miss Clarinda Jackson, survive.
  Frank Duane Jacobs 11     Fri. 1901 4 5 1901 LWC 6/4 West Lafayette Springvale Cemetery Disease Son of Mr. & Mrs. Duane Jacobs
  Daughters of  James     2 23 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 12/5 4 miles from Versailles, IN   Fire "Horrible Deaths" Son escapes; Father & four daughters killed; Mother and a daughter away on visit.
  George James 65 Vet 2 23 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 12/5 4 miles from Versailles, IN   Fire "Horrible Deaths" Son escapes; Father & four daughters killed; Mother and a daughter away on visit.
  Albert Jenson         1901 4 19 1901 LWC         see John Albert Skoog
  Infant Girl Johnson Infant   7 31 1901 8 4 1901 LST 4/7 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Whooping cough Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Johnson.
  Joseph Johnson     4 4 1901 4 5 1901 LWC 1/1 Knoxville, TN   Shot Shot by Thomas Woods three times
  William H. Johnson 74   1 21 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Pneumonia "One of the oldest and most highly respected colored men of the city…" Born Bowling Green, KY; escaped slavery by running away to Indiana; lived in Laf past 24 years; worked as janitor of the Lincoln school building; member of Tippecanoe Lodge No. 1992, colored Odd Fellows.
  Cyrenius Johnson  78   11 last Mon.  1901 11 17 1901 LST  5/4   Greenbush   Born Highland County, Ohio, 2/7/1823. Age figured from birth and death dates.
Mrs. Ella Johnston 56   11 16 1901 11 17 1901 LST 5/3   Greenbush Cemetery Complications of disease Born Mercer Co., OH 8/15/1845. Came to Lafayette 1849. Married here 1862. Three children and one brother survive. Member of Daughters of Rebekah. Age figured from dates of birth and death.
  Elihu Jones 64 Vet 1 26 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~6 Lafayette Clark Cemetery Stroke of paralysis Wife & son, Charles E. Jones of Indy, survive
  Mary Jones 74         1 18 1901 LWC   Knoxville, TN     see Mrs. Mary Jones Nelson
Mrs. John Jordon     2 16 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 10/6 6 miles north of Dresser, IN   Paralysis Mother of 13; "Indiana's Heaviest Woman Dies"
  Thomas D. Kahney     4 12 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 9/4 Pittsburgh, PA   Shot "Killed by Burglars"
  Edward M. Keller 37   Mon 28 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~6 Frankfort   Peritonitis Widow, Jennie Bullock (m. 6-1885) & dau. Mabel survive. Train disp. Clover Leaf for 12 yrs & formerly Monon.
  Edgar Kellogg 18 mos     Sat. 1901 4 5 1901 LWC 6/4 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Lung Fever Son of Mr. & Mrs. William Kellogg.
  Louisa Kendall           2 15 1901 LWC 12/2 west of Colfax Battleground Cemetery Paralysis see Mrs. Louisa Mitchell.
  T.J. Kendall         1901 4 12 1901 LWC 12/1       Court re: estate mentioned.
Mrs. Mary Kerlin 69   1 16 or 23 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   West Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery   Born Huntington Co, PA; husband Isaac Kerlin died last September. Resided in Monticello many year.  3 children survive; Wilson Kerlin & Mrs Lina Ennis, West side & Sylvester Kerlin, Logansport.
  Helen Kersey ~18 mos   12 last Thurs. 1901 12 15 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette   Congestion of lungs Little daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J.M. Kersey.
  Emil O. Kessener 6 weeks   10 last Fri. 1901 10 6 1901 LST 5/2   Springvale Cemetery   Son of Mr. & Mrs. Gus Kesseer. Family moved here recently from Bloomington, IN.
  Charles Kessler 4   4   1901 4 19 1901 LWC 3/4 New York   Heart disease "Father Treated Son"
  Jedediah Killin 56 Vet     1901 11 3 1901 LST 5/3     Wood chopping accident Civil War veteran; 72nd Indiana Mounted Infantry. Wife and seven children survive. Family lived in Otterbein.
  Carl Kimmel ~30   1 3 1901 1 11 1901 LWC   Washington, D.C.   Typhoid Fever - Consumption  
Mrs. O.A. Kirkpatrick 46   2 5 (Tues.) 1901 2 8 1901 LWC 8/5 Stockwell   Pneumonia Leaves husband and daughter, Miss Bessie. Cousin of Mrs. Arthur Howard & W. Bent Wilson. 
Mrs. Robert Knapp 36     Sun. 1901 5 3 1901 LWC 6/3 Lafayette Montmorenci Comps of disease Husband & two children survive.
  William G.  Koerner     11 last Mon.  1901 11 17 1901 LST  5/4     Sudden heart trouble Remains temporarily in vault at Greenbush cemetery.
  Henry Kohler 48       1901 4 19 1901 LWC 9/2 Anderson   Blood poisoning  
  Frank Korty           12 1 1901 LST 1       Elks Lodge #143 "In Memory of the Dead"
  Herman A. Korty           12 1 1901 LST 1       Elks Lodge #143 "In Memory of the Dead"
Mrs. Mary Kreiss 90   7 Tues. 1901 8 4 1901 LST 4/6 Warsaw, Ohio   Infirmaties of age Sister of Fred and John Newman (deceased). Sister, Mrs. George A. Bohrer  of this city attended funeral.
Miss Pauline Estella Krier     2 16 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 2/4 & 5/5 Peoria, IL     Sister of Mrs. E.R. Bennett of Lafayette
  Henry Kupper     tues   1901 1 4 1901 LWC 1/4 Lafayette   Pneumonia  
  Benjamin Lafferty 90   2 5 (Tue.) 1901 2 8 1901 LWC 8/2 County Farm      
  Chas. W. Landes 48   7 28 1901 8 4 1901 LST 4/6 3 miles south of the city Greenbush Cemetery (placed in vault) Paralysis Charter member of Curran Lodge No. 111, K of P. Member of Frienship Lodge No. 22, I.O.O.F. Belonged to Imperial Council No. 316, Royal Arcanum. He leaves a widow. 
  Infant Landreth     8 31 1901 9 1 1901 LST 5/3     Cholera infantum Child of Mr. and Mrs. Landreth, of Memphis, Tenn., who are on a visit here. Funeral will likely be conducted here.
Mrs. Fannie F. Lane 26   10 last Tues. 1901 10 6 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette Fink Cemetery Lung trouble Wife of Frank Lane. Husband and two children survive.
  Stella    Lane           2 22 1901 LWC 2/4       see Stella Shelby
Mrs. Charles Lattimer     3 25 1901 3 29 1901 LWC 2/4 Chicago, IL   Shot Shot by husband, Charles Lattimer, who then shot himself.
  Charles Lattimer     3 25 1901 3 29 1901 LWC 2/4 Chicago, IL   Suicide; shot himself Shot wife, Mrs. Charles Lattimer, and then shot himself.
Miss Emily Leaming 26   12 7 1901 12 8 1901 LST 5/2 Remington   Typhoid Fever Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Leaming of Remington.
Mrs. David LeFever     11 last Tues. 1901 11 24 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette Zion Cemetery Lung Fever Husband is Sgt in charge of dining room at Soldiers Home (place of death is on Ferry Street, which is currently Lafayette).
  S.L.W. Legg 65   4 11 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 1/4 Decherd, TN   Suicide "Suicide of Prominent Citizen"
  Infant Girl Leighty 6 wks   Mon 28 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~5     Pneumonia Daughter of David Leighty
  Jacob Leslie 76 Vet 1   1901 1 25 1901 LWC         Born 2-5-1824; marr. Mary Carr 1847, who died in 1881, they had six children; five survive-Mrs. H.C. Johnson, Mr.s Chris Fassnacht, Mrs. R.D. Hoover, Mrs. C.W. Pritchard & Miss Elnora Leslie. Married Mrs. Emeline Carr in May 1881, 4 children survive that union.
  Morris Levinstein           12 1 1901 LST 1       Elks Lodge #143 "In Memory of the Dead"
Mrs. Curtis A. Lindsay         1901 4 12 1901 LWC 8/4       see Mrs. Emma Lindsay
Mrs. Emma Lindsay 46     Tues. 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 8/4 2 mi E of Stockwell   Heart trouble Son & husband survive
  John Loges 4 mos.   10 19 1901 10 20 1901 LST 5/4 St. Elizabeth Hospital St. Boniface Cemetery Cholera infantum Son of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Loges.
  Clarence C. Long 18       1901 4 5 1901 LWC 6/4 near Salem school house Battleground Cemetery Consumption Son of Mr. & Mrs. William A. Long.
  Fay Long         1901 4 5 1901 LWC 4/6   Battleground Cemetery   Mr. & Mrs. Sam Martin attended funeral
  John Long 89   12 31 1900 1 4 1901 LWC 1/4 Tipton     "Uncle Johnny Long" Pioneer of Tipton county, built the Commercial hotel.
  Charles S. Lowery 1   5 1 1901 5 3 1901 LWC 5/6 & 8/2 Clark's HIll Union Cemetery Dropsical Affection (p. 5) Bright's disease (p.8) Infant child of Mr. & Mrs. Charles Lowery; "Clark's HIll Items"
Col. James P. Luse 75 Vet 11 last Sun. 1901 12 1 1901 LST 5/3 died at New Albany      
General J.C. Lynch 61 Vet 4 13 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 10/6 Philadelphia, PA   Apoplexy Brevet Brigadier General - Veteran of Civil War
  John Mackessy   Vet 9 10 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Heart failure & rheumatism Born in Co. Limerick, Ireland in 1842. Came to USA with parents in 1848. Civil war vet; Co. D., tenth Indiana. Mother and brothers and sisters survive. Typesetter.
Miss Mary Mackessy         1901 4 12 1901 LWC 8/4       see Mrs. Mary Sheehan
  C.F. Madden         1901 3 8 1901 LWC 11/6 Lenoir City, TN     Train collision
Mrs. Sophia Maibauer ~83   8 12 1901 8 18 1901 LST 8/3 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Dropsy Born in Germany in 1818, came to Lafayette in 1855. Daughter, Mrs. John Krabbe, of this city; son, Fred Maibuer, of Medaryville, and sister in Danville, IL. survive. 
Mr.   Malchus         1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~7/2 Cleveland, OH     Father of George Malchus, of Tecumseh Trail.
Mrs. Ella Mann ~45   4 29 1901 5 3 1901 LWC 6/2 & 12/1 Lafayette   Heart trouble On page 6, noted that coroner ruled death due to natural causes.  Page 12 mentions heart trouble and that her mother and two sisters in Hammond have been notified.
  A. J. Mansfield 69   12 last Fri. 1901 12 15 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Illness Died after illness of some duration
Captain Joseph Martin 42   11 last Sun. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/5 Lafayette in Chatham, Ontario Heart trouble Born in NY state. Died at Adventists' chapel at meeting of Salvation Army. Wife and two children survive. Came to Lafayette 3 weeks ago to become Salvation Army commander.
  Jacob May 10   9 last Wed. 1901 9 29 1901 LST 5/3 St. Elizabeth Hospital St. Joseph Cemetery Typhoid fever Son of Mrs. Isidore Brickler
  Thomas McBride 54   4 Fri. 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 12/2 Danville, IL Gordon Cemetery Typhoid Fever Born in Ohio, reared near Lafayette. Survived by 11 children.
  Effie M. McCabe 6 mos.   8 20 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/5   Greenbush Cemetery Cholera infantum Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester McCabe.
  Frank McCarty 65   7 28 1901 8 4 1901 LST 4/7   Dayton Cemetery Tuberculosis Daughter, Ollie McCarty and son, Lee, survive.
Mrs. Mary McCarty     4 13 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 9/6 Manitowoc, WI   Killed at RR crossing "Premonition of Death"
  Martha L. McClain           12 8 1901 LST 5/2       see Mrs. Martha Cowger
  Infant McClaren     1 8 1901 1 11 1901 LWC   Outside Montmorenci Montmorenci Cemetery   ??? Mos old
Mrs. John McClung     4 12 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 9/2 Mason, OH   Crushed skull "Farmer's Wife Murdered"
  Infant Girl McCormick 9 mos   1 13 1901 1 18 1901 LWC       Lung Fever  
Mrs. Anna McCullough 68   12 yest. 1901 12 22 1901 LST 4/3 Lafayette   Asthma Four children survive. Died at home of daughter, Mrs. William Vaughan.
  William McGrady     10 19 1901 10 20 1901 LST 5/4 Soldiers' Home Soldiers' Home Cemetery Throat cancer Born in Allen Co., IN in 1845. Came to Soldiers' Home from Allen Co. 4/7/1898. Widow and brother survive, both at Soldier's Home. 
  James McGuire 46   8 9 1901 8 11 1901 LST 4/5 St. Elizabeth Hospital St. Mary's Cemetery Explosion Was a molder and foreman at the Wallace Machine and Foundry works and his injuries were caused by an explosion of natural gas. A widow and one daughter, Mrs. Minnie Lusk, survive. Two brothers, John and William McGuire, and two sister, Mrs. James Corbett and Mrs. Wm. Connell, survive. 
Mrs. John F. McHugh     1 16 or 23 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery Illness aka Julia T. Ball; born in Lafayette to Peter & Charlotte Ballhusband (m. 1876) & sister, Miss Josephine H. Ball survive.  Preceded in death by two years ago by beloved sister Miss Harriet E. Ball
Mrs. Mary McIntosh 50       1901 4 12 1901 LWC 10/5 Cleveland, OH not died yet Cancer of Jaw "Brought Burial Clothes"
  John McKinnis 50   9 8 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/3 Otterbein Pond Grove Cemetery Abcess in his right side Died at home of his sister, Mrs. Frank Fraser. A widow and two sons, John and Arthur survive.
  John J. McMahon           12 1 1901 LST 1       Elks Lodge #143 "In Memory of the Dead"
  John Meagher 69         1 18 1901 LWC   Elston St. Mary's Cemetery Bright's disease Born in Ireland
  Andrew Miller         1901 4 19 1901 LWC 1/5 Minerva, OH   Shot Not expected to live but a few hours -             "Mysterious Shooting"
Miss Caroline L. Miller 20   9 2 1901 9 8 1901 LST 4/2 West Lafayette Isley Cemetery Comp. of diseases Died at home of grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Miller. She was the daughter of David E. Miller.
Mrs. Frank C. Miller 35   8 5 1901 8 11 1901 LST 4/5 Springfield, IL Romney Cemetery Illness Daughter or Mr. and Mrs. N.I. Throckmorton. Born at Romney, 9/16/1865. Married Mr. Miller in 1894 and moved to Dwight, IL, then Springfield. 
General George A.O. Miller   Vet     1901 5 3 1901 LWC 12/1 Lebanon   Pneumonia Had many friends in Lafayette; He commanded the regiment of which C.G. Thomson was Lieutenant Colonel.  Gen. Miller at different times commanded the 10th & the 72nd IN regiments.
Mrs. John Minch ~90       1901 2 15 1901 LWC 8/4 Washington, IL   Old age Mother of George Minch, West side
Mrs. John Mitchell           3 1 1901 LWC 8/7       Mentioned because Mr. Mitchell moving to California.
Mrs. John D. Mitchell 66   1 20 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   6 miles west of city (Lafayette) Burton Cemetery Complication of diseases Husband & 3 children survive; her dad entered land in 1829
Mrs. Louisa Mitchell     2 Fri. 8 1901 2 15 1901 LWC 12/2 west of Colfax Battleground Cemetery Paralysis nee Kendall; daughter Mrs. Henry C. Smeltzerd d. 1891; b. 2/9/1827 in Ohio.
Mrs. Charlotte Moore 81       1901 3 1 1901 LWC 6/5 Winslow, AZ     Died on train; mother of Mrs. C.E. Ball of L.A., California; Mother of Reuben, Daniel, Charles, of Lafayette, George of Chicago and Joseph of Salvation Army, location unknown
  Sattle Moore     11 last Wed. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/5 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Heart trouble See Mrs. Sattle Snodgrass
Mrs. Elizabeth  Morehouse 68   12 last Fri. 1901 12 8 1901 LST 5/2 1 mi. north of #10 Hebron Cemetery Inflammatory Rheumatism Widow of late Silas Morehouse
  William Moreland 66   5 2 1901 5 3 1901 LWC 1/4 Pittsburg, PA   Bright's Disease Prominent in state and local politics
Mrs. Clara Morey     3 Fri. 1901 3 8 1901 LWC 12/2 Indianapolis (Insane Asylum) Hebron Cemetery   Wife of H.W. Morey and mother of Mrs. A.O. Phillips of Octagon
  Sarah Morgan         1901 4 19 1901 LWC         see Sarah Sweeney
  Infant Morris 1   4 6 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 9/6 Clay County, W. VA   Burned Killed by Mother; son of Mr. & Mrs. Morris; "Burned Her Baby"
  Thessalin Moser 6 mos.   9 15 1901 9 22 1901 LST 4/3 Lafayette St. Joseph Cemetery Congestion of the bowels Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Moser
  William Moser 42   11 last Sun. 1901 11 24 1901 LST 5/2 St. Elizabeth Hospital St. Boniface Cemetery Operation complications Had operation ten days before and was too weak to recover from the effects. Wife and one son survive.
Mrs. Thomas Mote 70       1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~10/3     Pneumonia Wife of wealthy resident of Wabash
  James A. Mount         1901 1 18 1901 LWC         Ex-Governor
Gov   Mount           5 3 1901 LWC 8/7       Charles E. Butler, son-in law of former Governor Mount, is appointed administrator of his estate
  Timothy Moynihan 70   11 last Mon. 1901 11 24 1901 LST 5/2 10 mi N of Otterbein at Oxford Complications of disease Died at family residence, ten miles north of Otterbein. A widow, two daughters and four sons survive. Uncle of Daniel J. Harrington, of Lafayette.
  Paul Myers     1   1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~5/2 PA     Of Muncie. Fiance of Miss Rachel Brasser; was visiting in PA.
  Robert Harlan Myton       Sun. 1901 4 5 1901 LWC 2/3 St. Elizabeth Hospital or on train   Apoplexy From Ft. Wayne; Monon brakeman; wife, Minnie Myton
  Robert H.  Nally     11 last Thurs. 1901 12 1 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery   Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Nally
Miss Caroline L. Nash over 80   2 Thurs. 21 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 12/3 Chiula Vista, California     Lived in California with niece Mrs. Chrlotte Bushnell, since sister Mrs. Mary F. Wood died in 1895.
Miss Anna Naylor     2 Fri. 8 1901 2 15 1901 LWC 12/2 Terre Haute   Lung Trouble  Daughter of Justice Naylor
  Joseph Nelson 53   4 last Thurs. 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 8/4 St. Elizabeth Hospital   Complications of Appendicitis operation Leaves widow and 4 children; Died from complications of appendicitis operation
Mrs. Mary Jones Nelson 74         1 18 1901 LWC   Knoxville, TN     Widow of Judge Nelson
Miss Nellie Nelson 18   10 last Tues. 1901 10 20 1901 LST 5/4 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Typhoid fever D/o late Joseph Nelson. Born & raised in Lafayette
  Emma Bertha Neubauer 22   8 18 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/2 Lafayette Springvale Cemetery Pertussis Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Neubauer. Born in Wurtenberg, Germany, 10/8/1878. Spent most of life in this city.
Mrs. Michael Nevin 50   1 20 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery   Born in Ireland 11-10-1850; came to Lafayette early in life
  Mary Newman 90   7 Tues. 1901 8 4 1901 LST 4/6 Warsaw, Ohio   Infirmaties of age see Mrs. Mary Kreiss.
  Daniel Howard Northrup 1   9 18 1901 9 22 1901 LST 4/3   Clark's Hill Cemetery Cholera infantum Son of Mr. and Mrs. Northrup.
Mrs. Clementine Noyes 93   9 21 1901 9 22 1901 LST 4/2 Monon Greenbush Cemetery Fall Born 2/15/1808 in Portsmouth, N.H. to Nathaniel S. Peirce. Married Rev. Eli Noyes 6/3/1835 in Portsmouth. He died in 1854. Age calculated from dates of birth and death. 
  David Nunebaker         1901 5 3 1901 LWC 5/6 Mulberry (?)     Buried Saturday; "Mulberry Items"; He left property valued at about $1,500, which goes to his brothers, as he was a bachelor
Mrs. Henry Obermeyer 40   12 last Fri. 1901 12 29 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette St. Boniface Cemetery Typhoid Pneumonia Leaves Husband and five children
Mrs. James O'Donnell     7 29 1901 8 4 1901 LST 4/7 Logansport   Stomach trouble  Frequently visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ruger.
Mrs. Dora Oehlmstrom 79   2 24 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 7/5 Cleveland, OH probably Scranton Avenue Cemetery Froze to death "Froze to death on grave" in praying position
Miss Alice O'Mara 20     last Fri. 1901 5 3 1901 LWC 6/3 Chicago Calvary Cemetery Peritonitis Dau of late Richard O'Mara; Uncle Rev. J.R. Pinnenat at her bed side when she died
Mrs. Sarah Overly 59   8 22 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/4   Isley Cemetery   Two children survive; Nettie Tull and George W. Overly. Died at family residence, near the Wild Cat.
  Napoleon Parant     2   1901 3 1 1901 LWC 5/2 Ottawa, Canada     Of Mishawaka; dropped dead at funeral of brother
  Quincy A. Parker 56       1901 1 18 1901 LWC   Indianapolis   Dead of drink  
  James Parsons 58   9 6 1901 9 8 1901 LST 4/3     Convulsions Funeral under the charge of Lafayette Lodge, No. 15, I.O.O.F
  Elias Pattee 79   10 last Thur. 1901 10 13 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette Buck Creek Old age Married second time on 9/2/1885 to Laura A. Guiley, who survives. 5 children, 19 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren survive.
  Fremont A. Paul 42   9 last Fri. 1901 9 8 1901 LST 4/3 Pettit Fairhaven Cemetery Spinal trouble Unmarried. Served as assessor or Perry township and was postmaster at Pettit.
  Joseph C. Pauley   Vet     1901 2 8 1901 LWC 10/1 Phillippines at Precinct, near Thorntown   2nd cousin of Joseph E. Pauley, of Lafayette
  Clementine Peirce 93   9 21 1901 9 22 1901 LST 4/2 Monon Greenbush Cemetery Fall See. Mrs. Clementine Noyes
  Lewis Pendroy 72   1 25 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~5&~10 c.3 West Point West Point Cemetery Pneumonia under "West Point Items"
  John Pennock     4 15 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 3/5 Ohio   Train accident Engineer - of Parkersburg; "Through a Bridge"
Mrs. William Petering 50   9 21 1901 9 22 1901 LST 4/3 Lafayette   Heart disease Husand and five children survive.
  John Peterson 41   8 12 1901 8 18 1901 LST 8/3   Greenbush Cemetery Congestion of the brain Born in Sweden. Wife, two children, father, two brothers survive. Employee at the Sterling Electrical works. 
  Marion Philton     3   1901 3 29 1901 LWC 1/7 Bluefield, W. VA   Shot Shot by neighbor farmer, Harvey Davis
  Hunter Picken 75     Thurs.   1 4 1901 LWC ~6 Lafayette   comp. of Paralysis d. Thursday night (1-3-1901 or 12-27-1900); born 11-17-1825 Fairfield Co, Oh; moved to Fountain Co w/mother at age 14;Married Mary Jane Van Meter 4-11-1854. 6 children survive - 2 sons in ND & 4 daughters who were at his bedside.
  Infant Pitch     8 27 1901 9 1 1901 LST 5/3   Sickler Cemetery Exhaustion Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Pitch, of Elston. 
  Charles J. Polson ~46   2 1 1901 2 8 1901 LWC 10/5 Frankfort Bunnell Cemetery Complications of disease Widow and two children survive; brother of W.B. Polson of Lafayette
Mrs. Jennie Potts 30   1 8 1901 1 11 1901 LWC   Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Pneumonia Husband & 3 children survive; one of the children only a week old
Mrs. Elizabeth Powers 70   8 8 1901 8 11 1901 LST 4/6 Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery Infirmaties of age Three children survive; Mrs. Edward F. Bohrer, Miss Elizabeth Powers and John Powers (of St. Louis).
  Paul Abraham Probasco child       1901 1 18 1901 LWC   Chicago     Grandson of Mr. & Mrs. AN Probasco of the West Side; child of Mr. & Mrs. WM Probasco, of Chicago.
  Charles W. Pyke 71       1901 11 3 1901 LST 5/3 Wabash     Formerly of this city in shoe business. Died at home of daughter. Two sisters and two sons survive. Brother of late David Pyke.
Miss   Pyke           12 8 1901 LST 5/3       see Mrs. Harry W. Throckmorton.
  Francis D. Reamy 3 mos.   9 18 1901 9 22 1901 LST 4/3 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Comp. of diseases Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Reamy.
  George W. Reed 82   1 8 1901     1901 LWC   Brazil, IN     "Hated Women and Geese"
  Elmer L. Reelhorn   Vet 3   1901 3 29 1901 LWC 4/7 Phillippines     Of North Manchester, died in Phillipines; brought home and buried with full military honors.
  David Reid 17   8 30 1901 9 1 1901 LST 5/3   Burton Cemetery Typhoid fever Son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Reid, west of the city.
  Rudolph Ressel           4 19 1901 LWC 10/5 still alive     "A Voice from the Grave" Thought to have died in RR accident; sent letter from Phillipines.
Mrs. Anna Reule ~72   10 last Wed. 1901 10 6 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette Springvale Cemetery Old age Widow of Frederick Reule. Born in Germany in 1829. Died at home of her daughter, Mrs. William J. Lahr.  One daughter and 2 sons survive.
Mrs. Frederick Reule ~72   10 last Wed. 1901 10 6 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette Springvale Cemetery Old age See Mrs. Anna Reule
  Chas. H. Reyer           12 1 1901 LST 1       Elks Lodge #143 "In Memory of the Dead"
  James M. Reynolds     2 3 (Sun.) 1901 2 8 1901 LWC 6/4 Lafayette   Heart trouble "A Sudden Death" One of Lafayette's oldest & most influential citizens.
  William S. Reynolds       Tues. 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 8/4 Frankfort Green Lawn Stroke  
  Tina Rhoda 3   3 Sat. 1901 3 8 1901 LWC 12/2 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Pneumonia Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Rhoda.
  John W. Rhodes   Vet 1 13 1901 1 18 1901 LWC   Soldiers Home Soldiers Home Cemetery   b.5-6-1835 in Johnson Co, IN; 5th IN Cavalry, Civil War; wife survives at the home; son in Indy.
Mrs. Alexander Rhyan 52   11 last Tues. 1901 11 24 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette Hebron Cemetery Complications of disease Came here ten weeks ago from Columbus, OH. Husband & 11 children survive.
  George P. Riedel   Vet     1901 10 27 1901 LST 5/3 Soldiers' Home Greenbush Cemetery Brain tumor Barber. Survivor of Spanish-American War. Served in Company G. Second Illinois Volunteer Infantry. Mother, four brothers and 2 sisters survive. Son of late John Riedel. 
  John A.  Ries ~62   8 22 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/2 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Long illness Born 62 years ago in Germany; came to USA at 35 years of age. Married Miss Katherine Wurster (also a German native) in this city December 1860. They had 13 children, 8 of whom survive. 
Col. Francis E. Rigby 75 Vet 4 11 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 9/2 & 10/5 Grand Pacific Hotel, Chicago, IL   Heart failure Well known real estate dealer and Charter Member of Union Club; "Devoted to Wife"
  Garrett Riordan 44   4 6 Sat. 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 12/3 St. Elizabeth Hospital St. Mary's Cemetery Lung Trouble  Was a resident, moved to Indianapolis, recently moved back; handled by Folckemer Funeral Home
  Deloss Rising 3   8 20 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/4   Greenbush Cemetery   Son of Mr. and Mrs. D.K. Rising.
  Joseph   Roberts 55   2 Weds.  1901 2 22 1901 LWC 12/3 Roberts, Fountain County Salem Cemetery Heart & complications of diseases Wife and one daughter survive
  Charles Robinson         1901 4 12 1901 LWC 5/6 Rochester, NY     "Shadeland Items"  Brother-in-law of R.W. Beebee
  Rice W. Robinson   Vet 9 11 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/3 Soldiers' Home      
Mrs. Madeline Rochester ~70   8 23 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/2 Lafayette Springvale Cemetery   Born in Haverhill, OH in 1831 to John Baptiste and Jane Boynton DuTeil. Married in 1854 to William K Rochester, long since deceased. Two daughters, Mrs. S.P. Baird and Mrs. A.D. thomas, of Crawfordsville, survive.
  Gus  Roller 70   2 22 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 12/3 St. Elizabeth Hospital Greenbush Cemetery Suicide - cut throat Was resident of county infirmary.  Cut self Sunday.  Leaves wife and several children; has been invalid for a year.
  Clarence Rosa 18   4 Weds. 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 8/2 5 mi W of city Sand Ridge Cemetery Pulmonary TB Son of Mr. & Mrs. Wesley Rosa
  Morton Roseberry           12 1 1901 LST 1       Elks Lodge #143 "In Memory of the Dead"
  Al Rothinghouse         1901 3 8 1901 LWC 11/6 Marion     Factory fire at Gas City - report says badly injured, likely to die.
  Lou Rudicil         1901 2 22 1901 LWC 7/6 Connersville, IN   Morphine "Had quarreled with sweetheart" Age listed as '2' - must be type-o
  Charles Ruge 93 Vet   Sat. 1901 5 3 1901 LWC 12/4 Soldier's Home     Born in Germany; came to Soldier's Home from Lake County on Feb. 7, 1901.  Civil War vet, Private in Co F, 24th IL Volunteers & was an excellent soldier.
Mrs. John B. Ruger 71   11 last Tues. 1901 11 17 1901 LST  5/3 Lafayette   Stomach trouble  Born in Germany 10/16/1830, married John 1850; 10 children. Age figured from date of birth and death.
Police-man   Rump           4 19 1901 LWC 10/4 Danville, KY   Shot Reuben Glue, colored saloon proprietor, arrested for murder.
  Robert Rungen 45   11 last Tues. 1901 12 1 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Heart trouble  
  Ira Rupert   Army   Sat. 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 3/7 Soldiers Home In Fort Wayne   Born near Prescott, Canada, 1817; 4 children survive; Mrs. August Stafford (possibly aka Mrs H.T. Stapleford) of Fort Wayne, was with him when he died.  The remains taken to Fort Wayne; 88th IN Volunteers under Col. C.E. Briant during Civil War; his wife died early last fall. The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette ("Came to Fort Wayne 35 years ago") says there are 2 children who survive, Mrs. H.T. Stapleford, of Fort Wayne & Mrs. Emma Dawson of Los Angeles, CA
  William R. Rush     11 2 1901 11 3 1901 LST 5/3 Battleground   Paralysis Ex-county recorder. Wife and son survive. Was in Battleground visiting his sister, Mrs. Norcemus Beeker.
  James Russell     2 22 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 9/7 Denver, Colorado   Accident - shot "Golf Instructor killed in dance hall" Accidentally shot by Mrs. Stella Stallings, colored.
  John Russell   Vet 9 16 1901 9 22 1901 LST 4/3 Soldiers' Home Soldiers' Home Cemetery Cancer Born in Wayne County, MO and came to the home last July. Wife survives.
Mrs. Eliza Rust 67   11 last Wed. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/4 Soldiers' Home in Converse Chronic nephritis Born in Carbon Co., PA 5/19/1834. Came to Soldiers' Home from Converse, Miami County, 3/29/1901. Husband, John A. Rust, and 4 children survive. Age calculated from birth and death dates.
  Joseph H. Rycraft 80   12 last Thurs. 1901 12 8 1901 LST 5/2 1 mi. south of Dayton Wyandotte Cemetery Old age Died at home of Mrs. Peter Goldsberry
  Mary  Sample   37   9 9 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/3   Springvale Cemetery Heart trouble See Mrs. Mary Sample Ewry
Mrs. Mary Sample Ewry 37   9 9 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/2   Springvale Cemetery Heart trouble Born 11/22/1863. Married John J. Ewry 4/18/1887 and he died after less than two years of happy married life. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Sample, sister, two borthers, and daughter, Elizabeth John Ewry survive. Age calculated from birth and death dates.
  Herman Schaffner           3 1 1901 LWC 9/3 Chicago; Lake Michigan   Suicide; jumped in Lake "Dead Man's Debts" Brother in law A.G. Becker to pay debts
  Abraham Scherer       Mon. 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 12/5 Bucyrus, OH   Suicide "Bride's Father a Corpse"
  Geike Schipper 36   9 6 1901 9 8 1901 LST 4/3 Lafayette Greenbush Consumption Widow and daughter survive. Employed at the Indiana Wagon works. 
  Michael Schlosser         1901 3 1 1901 LWC 6/5   St. Joseph Throat trouble  
  J. Conrad Schuessler     12 last Sun. 1901 12 29 1901 LST 5/3   Greenbush Cemetery Heart trouble Widow & two children survive; one of the oldest and most respected German citizens in the city.
Dr. Hal S. Scurges, Jr.     4 17 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 1/2 outside Memphis, TN - Avlon   Shot - murdered "Dead in His Buggy"
  Wm. F. Seeger           12 1 1901 LST 1       Elks Lodge #143 "In Memory of the Dead"
  George W. Sense 52   10 10 1901 10 20 1901 LST 5/4 Alva, OK   Paralysis Carpenter. Lived in Lafayette until a few months ago. Brother of John Sense. Member of Lafayette Lodge No. 123 F. & A.M. Wife and four children survive, one of which living in Iowa. 
Mrs. Mary Sheehan 44       1901 4 12 1901 LWC 8/4 Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery   Been in ill health since death of daughter and mother; Daughter, Hazel, d. Nov 1900, mother died shortly afterwards.  Maiden name Mackessy
Mrs. William H. Sheehan         1901 4 12 1901 LWC 8/4       see Mrs. Mary Sheehan
  William Sheetz 54   12 last Fri. 1901 12 8 1901 LST 5/2 Crawfordsville in Crawfordsville Blood clot on brain Brother of Frank Sheetz & Mrs. George F. Beasley of Crawfordsville; Daughters Harriet & Mary spent considerable time with aunt, Mrs. Beasley.
  Jacob Sheffer 88       1901 2 8 1901 LWC 4/7 Richmond     Pioneer of Wayne Co. Wife died some weeks ago.
Mrs.  Stella T.N. Shelby     2 Fri. 15 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 2/4 near Farmers Institute West Point Cemetery Consumption nee Lane; also p. 5, c. 5
Col. James Sheridan   Vet       3 15 1901 LWC 1/7 Belfast, Ireland   Suicide    Of Bridgeport, CT
Mrs. Ernestine C. Shoemaker 67   1 19 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   Lafayette Springvale Cemetery Grip Born Southern Germany 11-19-1833; lived in Lafayette since 1854; Children survivors - Jesse D. Chas. W. & Miss Caroline E. Shoemaker.
Mrs.   Shuder ~65     Thurs.   3 8 1901 LWC 12/1 Rossville   Grip Mother of J.C. Shuder (sp?)
  George Siefers 24   2 Tues. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/4 Terre Haute     Son of Fred Siefers; leaves wife and daughter.
   Ruth Simms 9    11 last Tues. 1901 11 17 1901 LST  5/3    Springvale Cemetery  Peritonitis  D/o Mr. & Mrs. Daniel W. Simms. Had recent surgery in Indianapolis.
  Cecil Simpson     8 28 1901 9 1 1901 LST 5/3   Pierce Cemetery Comp. of diseases Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Simpson, of West Lafayette.
  John Albert Skoog     4 17 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 1/7 New York   Suicide; shot himself aka Albert Jenson; Alleged counterfeiter; shot himself when pursued by officers on 4/9, but died 4/17/1901; see also 4/12/1901 p.1
  Thomas Slattery           4 19 1901 LWC 8/1       Estate info "Notice to Heirs…" also in 4/12/01 - p.8, c. 1
Miss Martha Sloan 75   9 18 1901 9 22 1901 LST 4/3 Lafayette   Comp. of diseases Died at home of nieces, Mrs. Enfield and Miss Emma Compton at No. 1511 Grove Street.
  Craven Smith     8 Tues. last 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/5       of Delphi, well known in Lafayette. He was a brother of the late Major Smith. He was at one time county sruveyor of Carroll county.
  Dewey Smith     3 1 1901 3 8 1901 LWC 11/6 4 mi south of Richmond, MO   Hanged "Missiouri Miners Lynch a Negro Accused of Murder of White Man" Mr. Smith was the person lynched, he was also a miner
  Infant Smith       last Tues. 1901 2 8 1901 LWC 8/6 Otterbein     Child of James Smith.  Funeral Thursday. This information found under "Otterbein Items"
  Paulina B. Smith 10 mos.   10 last Wed. 1901 10 6 1901 LST 5/2 West Lafayette Pierce Cemetery Typhoid fever Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. George S. Smith.
Mrs. Sattle Snodgrass     11 last Wed. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/5 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Heart trouble Born in Warren County, resident of Lafayette past 8 years. Died at home of sister, Miss Eleanore Moore. Father, George Moore and three sisters survive.
  Jacob H. Snyder 71   9 8 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Comp. of diseases A widow, four daughters and two sons survive. 
Mrs. Nellie Snyder 100         1   1901 LWC   Mt. Summit Indy, IN     "Curse Put Upon Her"
Mrs. Susan Souders ~66   9 12 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/3 West Lafayette Pierce Cemetery Comp. of diseases Born in Hagerstown, Md. In 1834. Had been resident of West Lafayette for 33 years. Widow of the late Samuel Souders. Four sons and three daughters survive.  Age estimated from year of birth.
  Josephine Southworth         1901 5 3 1901 LWC 6/3       see Mrs. Robert Knapp
  John R.  Spencer           12 1 1901 LST 1       Elks Lodge #143 "In Memory of the Dead"
  Henry Spring         1901 4 12 1901 LWC 5/6 Lafayette     "Shadeland Items"  Father of Mrs. Henry T. Adamson; Miss Mary Lutz attended funeral
  Samuel W. Springfield 76 Vet 8 23 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/2&3   Springvale Cemetery Comp. of diseases/old age Born in Funkston, Md., 10/26/1824. Came to Lafayette from Dayton, OH in 1874. Carpenter. Widow and two daughter survive.
Mrs. Emily Spurrier         1901 1 11 1901 LWC         see Mrs. Emily Howard
  Morton Stalnaker   Vet     1901 4 12 1901 LWC 11/5 Pekin   Pneumonia 9th Infantry, Terre Haute - 159th IN Infantry
  Chester Stanley     3 1 1901 3 8 1901 LWC 11/6 4 mi south of Richmond, MO   Shot "Missiouri Miners Lynch a Negro Accused of Murder of White Man" Mr. Stanley was the white man killed, possibly by Dewey Smith, they were all miners
Mrs. Mary Stapleton     10 last Fri. 1901 10 13 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette      
  Lewis Stears     2 23 1901 3 1 1901   9/6 Whitepigeon, MI   Train accident Of Grand Rapids, Michigan "Fatal Headend Collision" Conductor.
  Florence Steely 26   11 last Tues. 1901 11 24 1901 LST 5/2 south of the city Springvale Cemetery Affection of lungs Died at family residence on Riverside road, south of the city. Had two sisters and one brother. 
  Silas Steely     2 Weds. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/4 West Lafayette   Paralysis Son of Margaret Emerson and John Steely; b. 1822 in Ohio
  Fred Stehle     10 last Wed. 1901 10 20 1901 LST 5/4 Dayton, OH   Stomach trouble  Formerly of Lafayette.
  Arthur B. Stein 12     this morn 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~7/5 Lafayette   Malarial Fever Son of Mr. & Mrs. Noah S. Stein
  Orth Harper Stein         1901 5 3 1901 LWC 6/4&5 & 12/3 New Orleans Greenbush Consumption Mother, Mrs. Stein, & sister, Evaleen Stein, survive; reporter for New Orleans Times Democrat.
Mgr.   Stephan     9 last week 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/2 Washington, D.C. in Cornwells, Pa.   Was pastor of St. Boniface church for number of years. Only listed as Father Stephan.
Mrs. John Stephens     3 1 Fri. 1901 3 8 1901 LWC 12/2 St. Elizabeth Hospital St. Mary's Cemetery Paralysis Born in Ireland; came here at early age
  J.M. Stephenson         1901     1901 LWC 11/6 Lenoir City, TN     Train collision
  Albert C. Stewart 44   10 last Mon. 1901 10 6 1901 LST 5/2 Pettit, Perry township Pleasant View Cemetery Neuralgia of the heart Member of the German Baptist church.
   John Stewart ~70 Vet     1901 11 17 1901 LST  5/3 Chicago Monitor Stomach trouble  Went to Chicago about 2 months ago for treatment. Wife was at bedside when he died.
  Edna Stimpson 4   thurs 17 or 24 1901 1 25 1901 LWC     Pierce Cemetery Diptheria Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Stimpson of West Lafayette.
  Flora Stingley 18 mos   3 1 Fri. 1901 3 8 1901 LWC 12/2 5 miles South of City Stingley Cemetery (near Stockwell) Brain Fever Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Alonzo Stingley; died 5 miles South of City
  Margaret Stingley 2   8 19 1901 8 25 1901 LST 4/5 near Stockwell     Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert W. Stingley.
Mrs. Mary Stocker 40   2 Wed 6 or 13 1901 2 15 1901 LWC 8/4 St. Elizabeth Hospital   Complications of disease remains to home of Isham Edwards (colored?)
Miss Ellen Stoy 27   2 14 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 12/3 New Albany   Illness Daughter of Mrs. Ella J. & the late Peter R. Stoy; niece of W.V. Stoy
  Elizabeth Streit   35   9 9 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette in Fremont, OH Rupture of blood vessel behind eye See Mrs. Elizabeth Streit Fewell
Mrs. Elizabeth Streit Fewell 35   9 9 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette in Fremont, OH Rupture of blood vessel behind eye Wife of John W. Fewell, ex-county surveyor. Her mother, Mrs. Streit, and sister, Mrs. Sherman were here from Fremont, OH, to attend her.
  James Stuart         1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~9/5 Chicago, IL   Gunshot - suicide A Scotchman, unmarried
  John Sullivan       Sun.day   1 11 1901 LWC   Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery Peritonitis Born in Ireland
  John Sunkes     11 last Tues. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/5 Lafayette St. Joseph Cemetery Comp. of diseases Born in Germany in 1829. Lived in this city a number of years.
  Charles W. Sutton 25   11 last Sun. 1901 12 1 1901 LST 5/2   McCormick Cemetery Consumption  
  Louis Swartz         1901 1   1901 LWC       Fell down stairway Of Wabash; leaves 4 children, recently divorced from wife.
  Charles E. Sweeney     4 18 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 1/5 Chicago, IL   Suicide "Shocking Crimes"
  Sarah Sweeney     4 18 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 1/5 Chicago, IL   Shot by estranged husband Shot by Charles E. Sweeney. Sarah is from KY - dau of Thomas P. Morgan. She was visiting her sister, Mrs. W.L. Phillips when killed.
  Elmer L. Sweet 1   1 27 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~6 Lafayette Fink Cemetery Lung Fever Son of Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Street
  Andrew M. Swimley     1 23 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   Lafayette St. Mary's Cemetery Pneumonia "Aged man"; former employee of B.F. Biggs Co.
  John Talbert 24   11 last Sun. 1901 11 24 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette Springvale Cemetery Consumption Worked in grocery business with brother. One brother, four sisters survive.
Mrs.  Cyrus Taylor     1 9 or 16 (Wed) 1901 1 18 1901 LWC   Brazil, IN     Mistakenly pronounced dead, comes to life before undertaker arrives.
  Rebecca J. Taylor           4 12 1901 LWC 8/1       Her estate announcement
General Thomas S. Taylor 75 Vet 4 12 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 9/2 Louisville, KY   Typhoid; Pneumonia Served in Mexican and Civil Wars; Chief of Police longer than anyone
Hon. William C.L.  Taylor   Vet 2 Mon. 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 2/3 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery   Judge of the Circuit Court; also see 3/1/01, p. 12, c. 4
  Emily Temple     3 12 1901 5 3 1901 LWC 6/2     Killed by a Big Four car at 2nd street Coroner gives ruling on death.
    Templeton     3   1901 3 29 1901 LWC 1/7 McClain, IL   Train accident Engineer - of Bloomington.
  Frank A. Tengen           12 1 1901 LST 1       Elks Lodge #143 "In Memory of the Dead"
  John J. Tengen           12 1 1901 LST 1       Elks Lodge #143 "In Memory of the Dead"
  John Thieme     8 15 1901 8 18 1901 LST 8/3 Indianapolis Springvale Cemetery Typhoid Fever Son of the late William Thieme. Brother Edward Thieme was with him at time of death. 
  William Thies     4 18 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 1/6 Cleveland, OH   Train accident Brakeman, Wheeling and Lake Erie railroad, head-end collision
Major Charles B. Thompson   Vet 9 3 1901 9 8 1901 LST 4/2 Washington, D.C. in Washington, D.C.   Native of Pennsylvania, entered miliary in 1877 as second lieutenant of the Fifth Infantry. Vet of Spanish War.
Mrs. Edward Thompson     3 25 1901 3 29 1901 LWC 2/4 Georgetown, KY   Suicide; cut throat Cut her throat and her son's; Her sister was sent to an asylum a few months ago.
  Esta Thompson 29   11 last Tues. 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/5 Jacksonville, IL in Jacksonville, IL Comp. of diseases see Mrs.  Charles W. Browne
  Maurice Thompson         1901 2 8 1901 LWC 1/2 Crawfordsville see 2-22-1901, pg 9 c. 4   He's dying
  Maurice Thompson     2 15 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 9/4 Crawfordsville   Illness Well known author; see also 2/8/1901 p.1 c. 2
  Edward Thompson, Jr. 2   3 25 1901 3 29 1901 LWC 2/4 Georgetown, KY   Murder; cut throat Throat cut by mother, who then cut her own throat.
Mrs. Harry W. Throckmorton       last Tues.   12 8 1901 LST 5/3 Romney Romney Cemetery Pleurisy Daughter of late David Pyke; born 4/2/1861; husband and son (Howard N.) survive.
    Throckmorton 35   8 5 1901 8 11 1901 LST 4/5 Springfield, IL Romney Cemetery Illness See Mrs. Frank C. Miller
  Grace Timmons 6   1 6 1901 1 11 1901 LWC   Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Exhaustion Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. John Timmons
  Emory Towers 80   9 last Wed. 1901 9 29 1901 LST 5/3 St. Elizabeth Hospital Sickler Cemetery Accident Injured in a runaway accident at the "man trap" over a week ago. One of the oldest and best known farmers in Tippecanoe county.
Mrs. Eliza  Trimmer 68     Weds. 1901 4 19 1901 LWC 8/2 near Clark's Hill Fink Cemetery Pneumonia Two sons & Two daughters survive.  Died at home of son, Francis M. Trimmer.
  Morton Tripp 35   9 14 1901 9 15 1901 LST 5/2 Crane, In.   Train accident Fireman on the Big Four railroad. Had been employed nine years. Lived in Indianapolis. Brother of engineer, Ed Tripp. Wife survives.
  Christian Trumhager         1901 4 5 1901 LWC 10/5 Evansville     A recluse for 20 years - "Indiana Notes"
  B.G. Turner           1 4 1901 LWC   Brook, IN      
  Jacob Turner         1901 3 8 1901 LWC 11/7 Hot Springs, AR of Muncie   Mentioned his diamonds; niece Mrs. Gus Messersmith, Muncie
  Margaret S. Van Dame 4 mos.   7 30 1901 8 4 1901 LST 4/7   St. Joseph Cemetery Brain Fever Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Van Dame.
Mrs. Edward Van Dorp     3 1 1901 3 8 1901 LWC 1/10 Kewanee, IL   Shot "Shot by husband in fit of jealousy" Her husband shot himself, but not fatally, and escaped
  Charles Van Dusen     8 29 1901 9 8 1901 LST 4/3 Athens-on-the-Hudson     Formerly resided here. 
Mrs. Alfred Vance 57   1 23 1901 1 25 1901 LWC   West Lafayette Hebron Cemetery TB Born 7-6-1843 near Mulberry to late William S. Doty, pioneer of Tippecanoe County.  Husband (m. 1872) survives along with 5 sons.
  Roberta Vance       9   1901 9 29 1901 LST 5/3 Denver, Colorado     See Mrs. Roberta Vance Clark
Mrs. Roberta Vance Clark     9   1901 9 29 1901 LST 5/3 Denver, Colorado     Niece of Mrs. Jacob Smiley and Alfred Vance
  James H. Vansant     2 Thurs. 21 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 12/3 Lafayette (?) Sickler Cemetery Rheumatism  
  James L. Vauclain 85   1 19 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~6 San Diego, CA     85 y, 2m, 4d; leaves widow and son; fmr. resident of Lafayette; went to California 10 yrs ago
  Harry  Vermillion 38   2 Tues. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/4 West Point West Point Cemetery Heart Trouble Proprietor of hotel
Mrs. John A. Walke     9 5 1901 9 8 1901 LST 4/3 Indianapolis     A former esident of this city. Misses Nellie and Sallie Walke of this city have gone to Indianapolis for funeral.
  James E. Walker     4 Tues. 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 4/3 Indianapolis Crownland Cem, Noblesville Nervous Exhaustion Publisher of The Evening Call
Capt. Judge Wilson DeWitt Wallace   Vet 1 28 1901 2 1 1901 LWC 4&6 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery   b. 11-19-1838 "Funeral of Judge Wallace"
  Louis Waller       Sat. 1901 4 5 1901 LWC 2/5 Thompsonville, IL   Killed with axe Killed with axe by Mrs. Rado Johnson when he was trying to enter her home.
  Boy Ward 10   4 6 1901 4 12 1901 LWC 9/6 Larwill, IN   Accidental hanging Son of Samuel Ward; "Child Hanging in Barn Mow"
  George Ward     2 26 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 7/3 Terre Haute   Lynched Arrested and then lynched for allegedly killing Miss Finkelstein (colored) 
Miss Minnie Ward 17   2 Mon. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/4 4 miles NW of Battleground   Pneumonia  
  Thomas B. Waters 51   12 last Sun. 1901 12 15 1901 LST 5/2 Fowler in Ohio Fall from window Traveling shoe salesman don't know if jumped or fell from window.
  Eldore Watkins 2 mos   2 16 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 2/4   West Point Cemetery Suffocative Catarrh Son of Mr. & Mrs. Samuel William Watkins.
Mrs. Joseph Watkins 48   2 Thurs. 1901 3 1 1901 LWC 8/4 2 miles west of Battleground   Grip & Paralysis Leaves husband and large family of children
  Perry Watkins ~60   8 13 1901 8 18 1901 LST 8/3 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Paralysis Born in Bath, N.Y., in 1841. Moved from there to Beloit, Mich., with his parents in 1847, where he became a carpenter. Came to Lafayette in 1864. Brother to Joseph Watkins. Husband and father. 
Mrs. E.M. Weaver 74   10 last Wed. 1901 10 13 1901 LST 5/2   Greenbush Cemetery Pneumonia A year and seven months ago, her spouse of 53 years died. Brother Charles W. Bang & 3 children survive.
  George  Weaver     3 14 1901 3 15 1901 LWC 1/7 Canal Dover, Ohio   Suicide    "Crime of a Desperate Man"
Mrs.   Weaver     3 14 1901 3 15 1901 LWC 1/7 Canal Dover, Ohio   Murder "Crime of a Desperate Man"
Mrs. Margaret Weber Noland     2   1901 2 22 1901 LWC 4/7 Delphi     Funeral attended by Miss Mary Bennett
  Sigmund Weirdorfer ~70   10 last Mon. 1901 10 6 1901 LST 5/2 Soldiers' Home Soldiers' Home Cemetery   Born in Germany in 1831
  John J. Welch 7 mos.   8 17 1901 8 18 1901 LST 8/3   St. Mary's Cemetery Cholera infantum Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Welch, or near Romeny.
Mrs. Catherine Wells 55   1 11 1901 1 18 1901 LWC   Romney Concord Baptist Church Pneumonia Leaves 7 children
  F. Marion Wells 30   1 7 1901 1 11 1901 LWC   Romney   Pleuro-pneumonia Unmarried, Odd Fellow's Lodge
Miss Marguerite Wells     4 23 1901 5 3 1901 LWC 11/5 Connecticut   Typhoid "Sad Blow for Students"
  James Westlake 53     Sun. 1901 4 5 1901 LWC 6/4 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Consumption Died at home of brother in Lafayette
  Otis Westmorlan 21   11 9 1901 11 10 1901 LST 4/4   in Bloomington, IN Typhoid fever Died at No. 111 Washington Street. Mother and 2 brothers survive.
    Wheeland           1 4 1901 LWC ~6       see Mrs. James Carter
Mrs. Rebecca  White nearly 80   2 21 1901 2 22 1901 LWC 12/3 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery Paralysis Mother of Mrs. Jacob Meitzel
  William White     2 23 1901 3 1 1901   9/6 Whitepigeon, MI   Train accident Of Twin Rivers, Michigan, "Fatal Headend Collision" Brakeman.
Mrs. Lucinda Whitsel 58   11 yest. 1901 12 1 1901 LST 5/3 West Lafayette Hebron Cemetery Bright's Disease Wife of William Whitsel
  Infant Wick 2 mos   1 2 1901 1 4 1901 LWC 1/4 Lafayette Springvale Cemetery Exhaustion Infant son of Mr. & Mrs. James Wick
  Preston Wicks 4   12 last Tues. 1901 12 8 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette, St. Elizabeth Hospital Greenbush Cemetery Scalded Son of Mr. & Mrs. James W. Wicks
  Paul  Wilbur 6   9 28 1901 9 29 1901 LST 5/3   Greenbush Cemetery Spinal trouble Son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boberg, residing at South Raub
Prof. W.J. Wilcoxen 71   7 28 1901 8 4 1901 LST 4/6&7 Indianapolis in Stilesville, Hendricks Co.   Native of North Carolina. Resided in Wabash township, near Hebron, for the past several years. Music teacher.
  Infant Wilkinson     11 last Thurs. 1901 11 24 1901 LST 5/2 Lafayette Greenbush Cemetery   Infant of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wilkinson (place of death Center St. which is currently located in Lafayette)
Miss Bessie Willems 21   7 28 1901 8 4 1901 LST 4/6 St. Elizabeth Hospital St. Boniface Cemetery Peritonitis Daughter of Matthew Willems. Six brothers and four sisters survive.
  Isaiah Willetts     1 9 1901 1   1901 LWC   Ann Arbor, MI   Shot himself "Sees Fathers Suicide"
  David Williamson ~35     Sat. 1901 3 8 1901 LWC 12/1 St. Elizabeth Hospital   Fell from grain elevator Home was in Vine Grove, Kentucky; was living in Templeton temporarily; Leaves mother and daughter behind
  Della Williamson 5 mos   9 22 1901 9 29 1901 LST 5/3   Hebron Cemetery Cholera infantum Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Williamson 
  George Williamson 57   8 11 1901 8 18 1901 LST 8/3 Tipton Springvale Cemetery Heat Prostration Son of the late John Williamson, of this city. A wife and several children survive. Lake Erie & Western conductor. 
  Joseph Williamson 41   2 Wed 6 or 13 1901 2 15 1901 LWC 8/4 Indianapolis Hebron Cemetery    
Captain Peter B. Willoughby   Vet 11 last Thurs.  1901 11 24 1901 LST  5/3 Soldiers Home  in Frankfort Heart trouble Civil War Vet. Born Erie County, NY 3/9/1822; Organized and commanded Company H of the 8th Wisconsin Inf. 
Mrs. Mary Wilson 26   1 24 or 31 1901 2 1 1901 LWC ~7/5&6 Lafayette Springvale Cemetery Lung Trouble  Wife of T. Wilson ("colored") born Lyons, Kentucky
Miss Ethel Wolfe 14   11 last Mon. 1901 11 17 1901 LST 5/3 Lafayette Isley Cemetery Lung Trouble  Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Philip Wolfe
  George W. Wood   Vet   Fri. 1901 3 8 1901 LWC 12/2 Soldiers Home   Cancer Born in Pennsylvania; entered Soldiers Home from LaPorte County; Co. 187th Inf. At Wanatah; discharged Bowling Green, Kentucky
Mrs.   Worrell 82   2 3 (Sun.) 1901 2 8 1901 LWC 10/1 Madden Home (near Romney)