Silas M Irvy
Eev. Silas M. Irvy, Mrs. Nettie Roland and John Miller Called. WERE WELL KNOWN This community lost three of its well known residents over the week end, one being a man well cnown in religious circles and a man who has often preached in Tipton. Rev. Silas M. Irby, well known .Vesleyan minister, died at his home at 1220 South Wehswr street in Kokomo where he hid lived since February. Death oc- mrred at n o'clock Saturday morning and was caused from .ieart and dropsical troubles. He I -emoved from his farm In Prairie ! ownship to Kokomo on account I Jf his health. j The deceased was born in Prai- \ .-j e township 7S years ago and lad resided in the township all of j Ills life- with the exception of! emporary residences at - places! vhere he preached. His first wife lev. Emma Irhy died a number f years ago and two sons born o the couple died when young, oth Rev. Irby and his wife were veil known ministers and both lad preached at the Wesleyan :hurch in Tipton. pour ^^ ago Rey ^ ^ .^^ t(J AUce Seeders Cokomo and they resided on the 'arm until his health broke and hey removed to Kokomo. ' The body was brought to! he Prairieville Christian church j londay afternoon for services at o'clock, with Rev. Mr. Thomp on of -Muncie in charge. -Rev. "hompson "was assisted by sev ral other ministers in the serv ce. Burial was in the Piairie- r illc cemetery. Rev. Irhy is survived by a'step- 'aughter, Mrs. Heber Harlow of Cokomo and two sisters, Mrs. 'atilda Miller of Montpelier and 'rs. Susan Miller of Noblesvills, n addition to the second wife. ° f !