William Keihn Obit 20 July 1944

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William Keihn Obit 
20 July 1944 - in national conferences und WILLIAM KEIHN...
in national conferences und WILLIAM KEIHN William Keihn, 63, died Thursday at his home in Sexton, north of Rushville, following a month's illness. He was born in Decatur county, a son Phillip and Margaret Herbert Keihn. Survivors are the widow, Sarah / / Catherine Lunchfo.rd Keihn; nine children, Lee and Rolland of the U. S. navy, Clifford of the army, Ira Cambridge City, Carl of Muncie, Willard Willard and Russell at home, Mrs. Nelson Whitton of Laurel, and Mrs. Raymond Montgomery of Rushville; his stepfather, Bert Wilson of Greensbury; two brothers, Joe of Cambridge City and Matt of Greensburg; Greensburg; a foster brother, Hubert Ross of the U. S. army; a half brother, Ben Wilson of incinnati; two sisters, Mrs. Jacob Powers of Clarksburg and Mrs. Henry Harpering of Rushville; two half sisters, Mrs. Earl Davis of Piqua, 0., and Mrs. Bertha Wilson of onnersville; 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Rites were conducted Sunday at the residence. Burial in Kingston cemetery, Decatur county. a a

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