Clipped From The Indiana Gazette
at the this cÂ«n- p. m. a ABRAHAM BORING. Funeral ser vices for Abraham L. Boring, 69, of Robinson, who died at 2:40 a. m. yesterday in his home, will be conducted conducted at 2 p. m. in the Robinson Free Methodist Church. Rev. F. D. Day, pastor, will officiate. Mr. Boring had been engaged in the lumber business. He was born Mar. 28, 1876, a son of the late Ephram and Nancy (Roberts) Boring. Boring. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Martha (Timmeney) Boring and nine sons and daughters-- Winford and Milda, both at home; Sylvia, Headricks, W. Va.; Mrs. Russell Gib- and [son, Bolivar: Mrs Clyde Lear Donahue, both of Rob- Regina sons with The Indiana; of Indiana, of inson; Mrs. Fred Boring, Johnstov.n; Mrs. John Leary, Huff and Mrs. Floyd Howser, Bedford- A son, Dwain, was killed in action in North Africa. The deceased was a brother of John and Harry Boring, both of Indiana Co.; Thomas. DuBois; Gilbert Gilbert and Hugh, both of Strongstown; Albert, New Florence; Mrs. T. D. Bennett Strongstown; Mrs. John Adams, Indiana, and Mrs. Charles Maken, Huff. Also surviving are 22 grandchildren and three great-grand children. Interment will be in Bethel Mon- I Cemetery, Indiana Co.