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Ollie Hibbard Allison
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Birth: Apr. 3, 1881
Jennings County
Indiana, USA
Death: Apr. 29, 1934
Monroe County
Indiana, USA

Brown County Democrat 4 May 1934
Mrs. Ollie Allison Taken by Death

Ollie Allison, wife of James E. Allison, died at the home of her sister, Mrs. Timothy Bailey, at Harrodsburg Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. Mrs. Allison and her husband resided in Nashville for several years, and operated a hotel and general store here. She was a daughter of Clayborn W. and Elizabeth Hibbard and was born in Jennings county April 3, 1881. Her age was 53 years and 26 days.

She was united in marriage to James E. Allison December 9, 1904, at Hope, Ind. Most of her married life was spent at Nashville, but because of failing health she went, several months ago, to make her home with her sister, Mrs. Bailey, at Harrodsburg. She was a member of the Nashville Methodist church and had tried to live a Christian life. Just before her passing she tried to comfort her loved ones by telling them not to worry for death meant only "Goodnight here and good morning there". Surviving are her husband, three sisters, and two brothers: Elmira, Harrodsburg; Ann, Indianapolis; Ellen, Newcastle; Henry Hibbard, Harrodsburg; William near Hope.

Funeral services were conducted at the Bailey home at Harrodsburg Tuesday at 10 o'clock a.m. by Rev. E. M. Davis, of the Nashville M.E. church. The funeral was largely attended. The body was taken to Hope for burial, where Rev. Cook, Baptist minister, conducted brief services.

Columbus Evening Republican 2 May 1934

Funeral services were held in the Hope Moravian cemetery yesterday afternoon for Mrs. Ollie Hibbard Allison, 54, who died Sunday at her home near Bedford. Mrs. Allison spent her early life in Hope and was well known. The Rev. H. H. Hobbs, of the Baptist church, was in charge, and music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Ira Reed, M. Boaz and Mrs. Armyne Wolf. Mrs. Allison is survived by the husband, two brothers, William and Henry Hibbard, of Newcastle; and three sisters, Mrs. Ellen Cohee, of Newcastle, Mrs. Jane Black, of Hartsville, and Miss Alma Hibbard.
Moravian Cemetery
Bartholomew County
Indiana, USA
Created by: Mark E. Wirey
Record added: Jun 06, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 53331375
Ollie <i>Hibbard</i> Allison
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