Sheridan S Uncapher 1890-1933
Uncaphcr Funeral | Funeral services for Sheridan S. j Uncapht-r, whose death occurred at) his horn? near Willett early Thur.s-.; day morning, folknving a two-year j illness, will be conducted in the | home of his sister, Mrs. C. R. Stew- ! art, 549 Clark street, this city, Saturday Saturday at 2 p. m., standard time. Bur- : ial will bo in Oakland cemetery. j With the exception of a short | lime spcnl in Kittanmng, Mr. Un- j capher had .spent most of his life in ' Tudiana county, the last live years being resident in Dixonville. The deceived deceived was a son of Philip an'd Rachel (Spencer) Uncapher and was bom January 1, 1800. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Blanche Uncapher; his mother, .Mrs. Rachel Uncaphcr of Indiana; two sons; Ru.ssell Uncapher of Indiana and Marry Uncapher at home; two daughters: Betty Mae and Arabella, both at home; two brothers: Harry and Willis Unca'pher, both of _ Indiana Indiana and four sisters: Mrs. Kstlicr Manners, Mrs. William Deafenne.r- fer and Mrs. C. R. Stewart, all of Indiana and Mr.«. v May Hemphill of i-'ord City.