Some Obituaries from the New Albany, Floyd County, Indiana Newspapers

Poutch, Charles W.     Poutch, Mary D.     Poutch, Wm. H.    

Public Press 3 Apr 1942 p1 c5:

William H. POUTCH Is Taken By Death

William Herman POUTCH, 56, New Albany, died at 11:20 o'clock Friday morning in the residence of his sister, Mrs. Horace W. SHRADER, RFD 1, Sellersburg. Mrs. POUTCH is the only surviving relative. The body is at the Shrader chapel, 230 West Market Street, where funeral services will be held at 2:30 o'clock Monday afternoon. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery.

New Albany Ledger 7 Oct 1932 p 3 c 3:

Funeral services for Charles W. POUTCH, 76 years old, former member of the City council, are arranged for 2:30 o'clock Friday at Shrader’s Chapel, 1715 East Oak Street, with burial in Fairview Cemetery. He died Wednesday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Horace W. SHRADER, on State Road No. 31-E near Sellersburg.

Public Press 7 Oct 1902 p5 c1:

Mrs. Mary Dorothy POUTCH

The estimable wife of Charles W. POUTCH, died Saturday evening at her home, 150 Lower Main street, after an illness of several weeks. Several days before her death it was decided that her condition was such that a surgical operation would be necessary as a last resort. The operation was performed but she slowly sank until death released her from her sufferings. Mrs. POUTCH was born in this city nearly forty-one years ago. Her marriage to Mr. POUTCH occurred in 1881. She leaves one daughter, Miss Edna POUTCH, and one son, William POUTCH. She also leaves a sister, Miss Mae HERMAN. She was a member of Wesley chapel and was an esteemed Christian woman. The funeral services were held Monday afternoon at Wesley Chapel and there was a large concourse of sorrowing friends gathered to pay their last respects to the memory of the dead. The services were conducted by the Rev. E. R. Vest, of Seymour, formerly pastor of Wesley Chapel. The relatives and family of the deceased have the sympathy of all who know them.

 

 

 

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