|Birth: ||Oct. 24, 1858|
|Death: ||Mar. 2, 1940|
S/o Thomas S. Conyers and Ellen Horeman.
Married Ona Reynolds.
Isaac Fielden (Jack) Conyers
Bath County News-Outlook, Thursday, March 7, 1940
Death Claims Old Citizen
J. F. Conyers Dies At Old Mason's Home
Isaac Fielden Conyers, More familiarly known as "Jack" died at the Old Mason's Home at Shelbyville, Saturday afternoon, March 2, after a brief illness. Mr. Conyers suffered a slight stroke of paralysis following a cold contracted about a month ago and death followed quickly. He was past 81 years of age.
A native of this county and one of its most widely respected citizens, he was born near Wyoming October 24, 1858, the son of Tom and Ellen Horseman Conyers. Mr. Conyers had made his home in Owingsville for many years. He was a member of the Christian Church and Bath Lodge No. 55 F. & A. M., in which he had held many responsible offices, including that of Master.
He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. A. T. Markland, Canton, O; Mrs. Robert Anderson and Miss Maggie Conyers, Owingsville; two sons, Lee Conyers, Canton, O., and Tom Conyers, Wyoming; one brother, William Conyers, Owingsville and two half-sisters, Mrs. Mamie Horseman, Millersburg, and Mrs. Lou Ann Horseman, of this county.
Funeral services were held at Shrout, Piper & Shrout's funeral home here Monday afternoon, March 4, conducted by the Rev. Henry S. Ficklin. Interment was in the Bailey graveyard at Slate Valley.
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