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Blanche Marie Carney
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Birth: Jan. 10, 1910
Boone County
Indiana, USA
Death: Mar. 31, 1958
Boone County
Indiana, USA

A native of Boone County, Blanche Marie Carney, RR2, Zionsville, was found dead at her home early this morning four miles northwest of Zionsville.
She was born in Boone County and resided here most of her life until her death at the age of 48. Mrs. Carney had been married to Vesper M. Carney in Boone County in 1926. He has since passed away. She was born Jan. 10, 1910 the daughter of Jesse and Doris A. (Boyd) Hendrickson.
Survivors include three sons: John D. Carney, RR2, Zionsville; Orval Carney, now stationed with the U.S. Air Force in Lincoln, Nebraska; and Harold Carney, of Zionsville. Two daughters, Marie Waldon of Danville, Ill., and Catherine Louise, who resides at home, also survive.
Two sons and one daughter are deceased. One sister, Mrs. Isalla Landig of Lafayette, survives while one other sister has since passed away.
Mrs. Carney had been a member of the Methodist Church at Salem.
Funeral services have been arranged for the Russell and Hitch Funeral Home with a definite time yet to be announced. Burial will be held at the Mt. Union Cemetery, south of Lebanon. A scheduled time for friends to call at the funeral home will be announced in The Reporter later this week. Friends may call the funeral home for definite service arrangements.
~~Lebanon Reporter, Lebanon, IN 31 Mar 1958~~ 
Family links: 
  Moses Allen Carney (1939 - 1950)*
*Calculated relationship
Mount Union Cemetery
Boone County
Indiana, USA
Maintained by: judy carney peacock
Originally Created by: Colleen Sanders Broyles
Record added: Jan 29, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 64862218

- Colleen Sanders Broyles
 Added: Aug. 7, 2013
Thanks for the memorial. Blanche was my grandmother. I was born the year she died, so I never knew her. I heard she loved peonies, but perhaps a Forget-Me-Not is more appropriate.
- Mark Carney
 Added: Feb. 2, 2013

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