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FUNERAL AT CATHEDRAL FOR TWO OF FAMILY Mrs. J. R. Welch Dies f Apostesy a Paesaeaia Is Fatal . 8aIa.Law, , J. W. Keaaey. A doable funeral will be held Wednesday at I a. m.. at the Cat he dral of S3. Peter and Paul, for Mrs. Alice "Welch, wife of John R. Welch president of John R. Welch A Sons, Inc., Indianapolis realtors, and her son-in-law, Joseph W. Kenney, pres ident of the Kenney Equipment Company. Mrs. Welch died at her home,. 1159 North Pennsylvania street, Monday. Mr. Kenney died at the Clark-Blakeslee Hospital, HIS North Delaware street, following day's illness. Mr. Kenney-lived-at lStl .North Talbott street. Mrs. Welch was born Is Jennings county, November, 1S5S. In ISIS she was married to Mr. Welch In Indl anapolis. . She had lived In . Indiana poiis for more than fifty years. Her qm to in apoplectic death was stroke. Survivins- are the daughter, Sirs. Kenney; three sons. husband, the Welch. 4310 Broadwav. who naa six cniiaren. Leo P. Leo F.. Jr Alice Louise. Thomas. Cornelia, John K. and Mary Kathleen Welch: Law. rence J, Welch, S21 ast Forty-second street, who has -three chil dren. Joan, law rence Michael and Mary Sheila: and John A. Welch, j. ttorin rew jersey street, wh K a at 1aVA KIMian laaaivkla John A. Jr. She also Is survived by live sitters, miss earns caiian, Mrs. Kate Weed. Mrs. Mart lllgglns and Mrs. "James Kelly, all of Indians.. polls, and Mrs. James li. Moloney, of Dover. N. J. Mrs. Welch was a I member of the conareaatlon of the leamearai 01 &3. feter ana i'aui. nr. Kenney was torn at Rich mond in 1S12.- For some time he naa uvea in lnaianapolls, later living in Laredo. Tex and Newcastle. Pa, where he acted as secretary- far chambers of commerce. Me was a member of the fourth degree, Knights of Columbus, and a member of the Cathedral of S3. Peter ami Paul. Him death was due-to pneumonia complicated by appendicitis. surviving are -tne widow, four children. Joseph W.. Jr John R.. Mary Alice and Teresa, and 'two brothers; John .Kenney, of Little Rock. Ark., and Ir. Cheri k'. ney. of Ft. Worth. Tex. tfotn win be buried in Holy Craas cemetery.

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  1. The Indianapolis News,
  2. 01 Dec 1925, Tue,
  3. Page 38

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