Aug. 22, 1878 Greensburg Decatur County Indiana, USA
Sep. 16, 1947 Shelbyville Shelby County Indiana, USA
DEATH CLAIMS NATIVE OF CITY RITES AT SHELBYVILLE FOR CHARLES BUSSELL, 69
Charles A Bussell, 69, retired New York Central Railroad conductor and former resident of Greensburg, passed away Tuesday at his home in Shelbyville, following an extended illness.
Born at Greensburg on August 22, 1878, he was a son of Thomas and Martha Bussell. He was married to Fannie Thomas and one child, Edgar Bussell, was born to the union. His wife preceded him in death.
On March 1, 1925, he was married to Edith Plummer Frakes, who survives with a sister and two brothers. They are Mrs Will Fiscus, of Shelbyville, and George and Ernest Bussell, both of Indianapolis. Also surviving are several nieces and nephews.
The deceased was a member of the Masonic lodge at Greensburg, the Sahara Grotto at Indianapolis, and the O R C, Division No 103, Indianapolis.
Funeral services will be conducted Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in the late home at 894 South Tompkins street, Shelbyville, with the Rev Ernest L Ford officiating. Members of the Shelbyville Masonic lodge will take part in the rites.
--Greensburg Daily News, Wed, 17 Sep 1947--
Burial: Forest Hill Cemetery Shelbyville Shelby County Indiana, USA Plot: Sec 10-Row 7-Group 1-East to West
Created by: Rochelle Riordan Record added: Jan 15, 2007
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