Tipton Tribune (Tipton, Indiana) Jan. 7, 1935 pg 6

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Tipton Tribune (Tipton, Indiana) Jan. 7, 1935 pg 6 - Morton McNew, 69, Died His Home Near .Windfall...
Morton McNew, 69, Died His Home Near .Windfall Sunday Morning. FUNERAL IS TUESDAY Morton McNew, one of the well known and well liked residences of Wildcat township, died 10:45 Sunday morning at home northeast of Windfall at his of heart trouble, after an illness of several months.. Mr. .McNew's health broke during the past summer summer and for several months he had been unable to take any. exercise. exercise. For days his condition had been critical and the end was not unexpected. Funeral services are to be held at the Baptist church in Jackson, Tuesday morning at 10:30. The casket will not be opened at the church, this being his request in life, and friends wishing to view the body can call at the homo. Morton McNew was born in Ripley county, October 14, 18G5 being one of several children born to Richard and Jane (Hannah) McNew and came to Tipton county county with his parents when a small boy. October 2S, 1891 the deceased was united in marriage to' Miss Elizabeth L. Keeler, daughter of the late John Keeler of Kokomo and to this union four children wore born, two dying in infancy being wife of Mrs. Ethel Lambert, ""ember of th s Jackson Baptist church where services will be held Tuesday morning. Ralph Lambert of 221 Kentucky Ave., Tipton and Mrs. Edna Love, wife of Patrolman Lewis Love of Kokomo. His wife died in 1896 and four years later he was united marriage to Mrs. Alice Torter. No children were born to the second marriage. Besides the two children and the widow Mrs. Alice McNew, the deceased is survived by two sisters, sisters, Mrs. Nettie Fouch of Tipton and Mrs. Isadora Goodnight of Windfall and three brothers, Steward McNew of Marion, O.; Andrew McNew of Windfall and Frank McNew of Tipton. He is also survived by a step-daughter Mrs. Roxie Henry of Kokomo, four granddaughters, five step- grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. Morton McNew was known as upright, industrious and hardworking hardworking man, who provided well his family and was a devout Christian. For many years he was

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  2. 07 Jan 1935, Mon,
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