Frankfort Morning Times Saturday, JUNE 22,1935
DEATH CLAIMS FORMER SCIRCLEVILLE WOMAN
TIPTON, June 21
The sudden death of Mary France Robinson Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock was a great shock to the family and friends. Mrs. Robinson had not been in good health for several months but was able to be up and around and do her own housework. Her death was caused by a cerebral hemmorage suffered Wednesday evening. She never regained consciousness following the attack.
Mrs. Robinson was born in Clinton county, near Scirclevllle, on March 13, 1873, being one of several children born to Frank and Margaret (Boyer) Reed, pioneers of that community.
She was united in marriage to John Robinson November 18, 1889. and they resided on a farm until their removal to Tipton in 1918. At the time of her death Mrs. Robinson was residing in her own home with her son, Edward, and a grandson.
Surviving chlldren are Jesse Robinson, residing on a farm near Sheridan; Mrs. Letha Biddle wife of Grover Biddle of Kokomo; Mrs. Norman Birden; Mrs. Asher Balser; Mrs. Cecil Woods; Mrs. Roscoe Coleman and John and Edward Robinson of Tipton.
She is also survived by six sisters, Mrs. M. M. Roush; Mrs. Elmer Coffman and Mrs. Anna Goodnight of Frankfort; Mrs. Nora Geigenbush of Bedford; Mrs. Manson Booher of Hutchinson, Kas.; and Mrs. Newton Cofman of Sheridan. She is also survived by a number of grandchildren.
The funeral will held at the Wesleyan Methodist church at 1:30 Saturday afternoon. Burial will be in the Oak Hill cemetery near KIrklin.
Mrs. Robinson had resided in Tipton with her family for the past 17 years and was a woman of kindly ways and gentle disposition, having many friends. She was a member of the Wesleyan Methodist church, which she joined after removing to Tipton. Her husband, John Robinson died August 5, 1928.
Mrs. Roscoe Coleman
TIPTON — Mrs. Lola Coleman, 65, West Mill Street, Gaston, died at 4 p.m. Monday in the Ball Memorial Hospital at Muncie following a six-week illness.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Trinity Wesleyan Church here with the Rev. C. A. Hoover and Kenneth Dunn officiating. Burial will be in the Fairview Cemetery.
Friends may call at the Young-Nichols Funeral Home here after noon Wednesday and at the church for one hour preceding the services.
Born Sept 12,1904, in Clinton County, she was the daughter of John and Mary Robinson.
On April 17, 1924, in Tipton, she was married to Roscoe Coleman, who survives. She was a member of the Wesleyan Church at Gaston.
Surviving with the husband are two children, Jack D. Coleman, Kokomo, and Mona Coleman, Gaston; two sisters, Mrs. Laura Teter, Tipton, and Mrs. Susan Teter, Goldsmith; two brothers, John Robinson, Tipton and Eddie Robinson, Kokomo; four grandchildren and several nieces and newphews.