Clipped From The Indiana Weekly Messenger
of House of be as it Sink of large take to dcfi O. : 01 of the O E A t l l N . 'AUGUSTUS b RISHELL. 'Augustus G His-hell, aged 72 years, prominent citizen of Ouuoe township, died Tuesday of lasi week at his near'Rossiter, of brain trouble. He of German parentage and was born Jefferson county. With his father, he moved to the Risholl farm, iu Canoe township, when qaite small and lived there until the Oivil war broke out, when he answered his country's cull. He enlisted in Cup ixin Moore's cotnoa uy, oeoouii Biitt'kiiiM'. I'oUupji^um"' unteers, Juuo 21, 18G3 for three ami was mustered ous January ;U, He re enlisted in Couipnny A, /JOGUi Pennsylvania Volunteers, and served til the close of the war. April 11, he married Eli/uboth Lowmaster nud moved to the farm where ho du-d. their union nine children were burn of whom are still living, except ono who died when quite small. He is vived by his wito ivnd the following children: John Rishell and Mrs Henry Henry Seger. of Ctinoe township; Survey, of Johnstown; Dinus, of Punx-utaw- ney; Mrs. James Rittenhouse, of She l o c t a ; Thomiis, of Westover, George, at home; also, 22 grandchildren, grandchildren, one great-grandchild, two bisters --Mrs. Sarah States, of Canoe and Mrs Mary States, of Nevada, and one brother--Wesley, of Cauoe township. He was a member of E. church neady all his life nnd the fixith. Funeral services were held his late home Thursday afternoon interment was made in Dover's cemetery, in Bands township.