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Judith Lunbeck <I>Thomas</I> Cummings

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Judith Lunbeck Thomas Cummings

Birth
Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio, USA
Death
1 May 1893 (aged 71)
Marion, Grant County, Indiana, USA
Burial
Clunette, Kosciusko County, Indiana, USA Add to Map
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PARENTS: Isaac THOMAS & Mary LUMBECK - source: A Standard History of Kosciusko County, Indiana, Vol 2, by: Hon. L.W.Royse, published 1919 by Lewis Publishing Co. in Chicago & New York - Pages 506, 507, 508 (Issac & Mary are found on pg 508 near top)

SIBLINGS: Jerusha Thomas SMITH - Find A Grave Memorial #46289500

MARRIED: Theodore Louis CUMMINGS twice #1~ 17 Aug 1838, Delphi, Carroll Co, IN #2~ 4 May 1850, Kosciusko Co, IN ~ seperated twice from Theodore, he married Mary Bass 22 May 1869, Kosciusko Co IN ~ Judith did not remarry

CHILDREN: 1-Elizabeth (twin) b: 1844 Kosciusko Co., IN, m:Claudius Martin, 2-Isabella "Belle M"(twin) b:1844 Kosciusko Co., IN, m:George Hogle, 3-Thomas Jefferson Theodore b:abt 1845 IN, 4-Geroge W b:28 Nov 1848 IN, m:Elizabeth Estep, 5-Lucinda b:abt 1849 IN, 6-Charles Edward b:1857 Elkhart Co., IN, 7-Captolia b:abt 1859 IN, 8-Jennie, m: John Y. Woods, 9-Unknown

OBITS: #1)Mrs. Judith L. Cummings, formerly of this city, died Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Belle M. Hogle, of Marion, aged 71 years. the remains will be buried beside those of her husband at North Galveston, Kosciusko county. ~Logansport Pharos-Tribune, Wednesday, 03 May 1893, pg.5, col.1
#2)Mrs. J.L. Cummings, Death of a former Fort Wayne Woman at Marion. Mrs. J.L. Cummings, aged 71 years, died at 5 o'clock Monday morning at the residence of her son George W. Cummings, 803 South Gallatin street, Marion Ind. Judith L. Thomas was born in Chillicothe, Ohio, March 13, 1822; migrated to Delphi, Ind., in September 1833, & was there married to Theodore Cummings, August 17, 1838. Some time later the family removed to Logansport, where Mrs. Cummings resided several years, removing from there to North Galveston, Kosciusko county.After living in the later named place for fifteen years, she removed to Goshen, & from there to Fort Wayne she remained,living with her eldest son T.J.T Cummings, until a few weeks since, when she was taken to Marion & to the home of her second son, George W. Cummings, where she died. Mrs. Cummings was the mother of nine children, five of whom are still living. These are T.J.T Cummings, of Fort Wayne, George W. Cummings, Mrs. Claude N. Martin & Mrs. Belle M. Hogle, of Marion, & C.E. Cummings of Chicago, all of whom were at their mother's death bed except C.E. Cummings, the youngest son, who will, however, be at the funeral at North Galveston, to-morrow. Mrs. Cummings was a member of the M.E. church & a devout Christian. Her death was due partly to old age, & partly to a complication of diseases. One peculiarity connected with Mrs. Cummings illness was the remarkable fact of her having gone for seven-teen days without partaking of a particle of nourishment. Her mind gave way before the body succumed, but up until Friday last she was able to recognize those about her bedside. A funeral service was held at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Belle M. Hogle, at the Marion House. ~The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, 3 May 1893, Wednesday, pg.6, col.4
*NOTE: North Galveston was laid out in 1846 & later established as Clunette in 1883. The Clunette Cemetery is located 1/2 mi North & 1/4 mi West of Clunette on a long lane leading west from CR 400W. An old pioneer cemetery no longer in use.
*NOTE: no known headstone for Judith
*NOTE: Lunbeck is listed on son T.J.T. marriage cert. with wife #2 Evelyn
RESIDENCE: Mrs. J.L. CUMMINGS Proprieter Pennsylvania House, and Oyster and Ice Cream Saloon, s w c Calhoun and Baker - 1872 Ft. Wayne, IN Directory
PARENTS: Isaac THOMAS & Mary LUMBECK - source: A Standard History of Kosciusko County, Indiana, Vol 2, by: Hon. L.W.Royse, published 1919 by Lewis Publishing Co. in Chicago & New York - Pages 506, 507, 508 (Issac & Mary are found on pg 508 near top)

SIBLINGS: Jerusha Thomas SMITH - Find A Grave Memorial #46289500

MARRIED: Theodore Louis CUMMINGS twice #1~ 17 Aug 1838, Delphi, Carroll Co, IN #2~ 4 May 1850, Kosciusko Co, IN ~ seperated twice from Theodore, he married Mary Bass 22 May 1869, Kosciusko Co IN ~ Judith did not remarry

CHILDREN: 1-Elizabeth (twin) b: 1844 Kosciusko Co., IN, m:Claudius Martin, 2-Isabella "Belle M"(twin) b:1844 Kosciusko Co., IN, m:George Hogle, 3-Thomas Jefferson Theodore b:abt 1845 IN, 4-Geroge W b:28 Nov 1848 IN, m:Elizabeth Estep, 5-Lucinda b:abt 1849 IN, 6-Charles Edward b:1857 Elkhart Co., IN, 7-Captolia b:abt 1859 IN, 8-Jennie, m: John Y. Woods, 9-Unknown

OBITS: #1)Mrs. Judith L. Cummings, formerly of this city, died Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Belle M. Hogle, of Marion, aged 71 years. the remains will be buried beside those of her husband at North Galveston, Kosciusko county. ~Logansport Pharos-Tribune, Wednesday, 03 May 1893, pg.5, col.1
#2)Mrs. J.L. Cummings, Death of a former Fort Wayne Woman at Marion. Mrs. J.L. Cummings, aged 71 years, died at 5 o'clock Monday morning at the residence of her son George W. Cummings, 803 South Gallatin street, Marion Ind. Judith L. Thomas was born in Chillicothe, Ohio, March 13, 1822; migrated to Delphi, Ind., in September 1833, & was there married to Theodore Cummings, August 17, 1838. Some time later the family removed to Logansport, where Mrs. Cummings resided several years, removing from there to North Galveston, Kosciusko county.After living in the later named place for fifteen years, she removed to Goshen, & from there to Fort Wayne she remained,living with her eldest son T.J.T Cummings, until a few weeks since, when she was taken to Marion & to the home of her second son, George W. Cummings, where she died. Mrs. Cummings was the mother of nine children, five of whom are still living. These are T.J.T Cummings, of Fort Wayne, George W. Cummings, Mrs. Claude N. Martin & Mrs. Belle M. Hogle, of Marion, & C.E. Cummings of Chicago, all of whom were at their mother's death bed except C.E. Cummings, the youngest son, who will, however, be at the funeral at North Galveston, to-morrow. Mrs. Cummings was a member of the M.E. church & a devout Christian. Her death was due partly to old age, & partly to a complication of diseases. One peculiarity connected with Mrs. Cummings illness was the remarkable fact of her having gone for seven-teen days without partaking of a particle of nourishment. Her mind gave way before the body succumed, but up until Friday last she was able to recognize those about her bedside. A funeral service was held at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the residence of Mrs. Belle M. Hogle, at the Marion House. ~The Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette, 3 May 1893, Wednesday, pg.6, col.4
*NOTE: North Galveston was laid out in 1846 & later established as Clunette in 1883. The Clunette Cemetery is located 1/2 mi North & 1/4 mi West of Clunette on a long lane leading west from CR 400W. An old pioneer cemetery no longer in use.
*NOTE: no known headstone for Judith
*NOTE: Lunbeck is listed on son T.J.T. marriage cert. with wife #2 Evelyn
RESIDENCE: Mrs. J.L. CUMMINGS Proprieter Pennsylvania House, and Oyster and Ice Cream Saloon, s w c Calhoun and Baker - 1872 Ft. Wayne, IN Directory


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