|Death: ||Nov. 12, 1919|
Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Evening World, November 13, 1919, p. 1.
MRS. CHARLES BOOTH DEAD
Mrs. Charles Booth, of New York City, a former well known resident of this city, died yesterday at the home of her sister, Mrs. L. R. Oakes, at Tipton. Mrs. Booth was a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Bryan and was born at the old Bryan homestead, corner of Sixth and Washington streets. She is survived by her husband, who is a successful traveling man out of New York City and who owns one-half the Arbutus Flats and other residence property in Bloomington; and a daughter, Miss Alice, a well known Indiana University graduate who is now assistant editor of Good Housekeeping Magazine. Mrs. Booth was a first cousin of President Bryan of the university.
The body of Mrs. Booth will be sent here for interment at Rosehill Cemetery, but at press time no definite arrangements had been made for the funeral.
Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Evening World, November 15, 1919, p. 1.
FUNERAL OF MRS. CHARLES BOOTH
The funeral of Mrs. Charles Booth was held in Tipton today. The body will arrive here over the 10:10 train on the Monon tomorrow and will be taken from the station to Rosehill Cemetery for interment. President William Lowe Bryan, a cousin of Mrs. Booth, will offer prayer at the mausoleum where the body will be laid away in one of the crypts. The pallbearers will be John W. Cravens, William L. Bryan, Charles Rawles, U. H. Smith, J. E. Henley, and H. A. Lee.
Mr. Booth and daughter, Miss Alice, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Oakes, of Tipton, Mrs. J. C. Weir, Indianapolis, are to accompany the body here.
Burial Records state: BOOTH, MOLLIE B / Date of Death - 1/1/1919 / Last Residence - (Blank) / Place of Birth - (Blank) / Age - (Blank) / Gender - F / Cemetery - Rose Hill / Section and Lot - Mausoleum
Misc Newspaper Clippings:
a.) Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Republican Progress, February 18, 1885, p. 4
Miss Mollie Bryan, a popular young lady of this city, daughter of Dr. Bryan, was married on Tuesday of last week, at the family residence, to Mr. Chas. W. Booth of Noblesville.
b.) Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Republican Progress, February 18, 1885, p. 3
Marriage licenses have been issued to the following named parties since last report:
...Chas. W. Booth and Mary A. Bryan
c.) Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Republican Progress, June 30, 1886, p. 3.
Miss Minnie Bryan is visiting her sister in Tipton, Indiana, Mrs. Mollie Booth.
Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Republican Progress, June 30, 1886, p. 3.
Mrs. Mollie Booth and husband have taken up their residence in Tipton, Indiana, where Mr. Booth and his father are engaged in the retail jewelry business.
d.) Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Republican Progress, May 11, 1887, p. 2.
Mrs. Mollie Booth of Tipton, Indiana, daughter of Dr. Bryan, was at home a portion of last week on a visit.
George W. Bryan (1825 - 1893)
Alice Calhoun Bryan (____ - 1910)
Charles W. Booth (____ - 1928)
Rose Hill Cemetery
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