|Birth: ||Mar. 9, 1857|
|Death: ||Nov. 30, 1927|
"Premonition Leads to Finding Brother Dead"
The Indianapolis News, Thursday, 1 Dec. 1927
"William Cocherl, 623 N. Delaware street, had a premonition Wednesday that some harm had come to his brother, Mark S. Cocherl, age 71, 226 N. New Jersey street.
"So strong was the feeling of apprehension that he went to his brother's rooming house. There he found his brother dead. Cocherl had taken poison.
"The dead man is survived by the widow from a second marriage [Cora Nichols], from whom he was separated, and two daughters, Mrs. Iva Breen, 1433 W. 27th street, and Mrs. Chrystal Olsen [of Chicago].
"'I was just sitting at my home, not doing anything, and I got to thinking about Mark,' William Cocherl said. 'I decided to go over and see if he was all right. When I walked in his room he was dead.'..."
Emma Catharine DeLong Walser (1870 - 1949)
Iva Mae Corel Breen (1887 - 1983)*
Chrystal Erma Corel Olsen (1893 - 1968)*
Note: burial: DEC 3,1927
Crown Hill Cemetery
Plot: Sec: 48, Lot: 250
Maintained by: Susan K. Olsen
Originally Created by: John C. Anderson
Record added: Dec 27, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 45874217