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Rev Enoch Edwin Byrum

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Rev Enoch Edwin Byrum

Birth
Randolph County, Indiana, USA
Death
5 Jan 1942 (aged 80)
Anderson, Madison County, Indiana, USA
Burial
Anderson, Madison County, Indiana, USA Add to Map
Plot
Section 12
Memorial ID
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Enoch E. Byrum, son of, Eli Winslow and Lucinda (Fields) Byrum.

Note: I have also seen Eli Winslow Byrum's name as Birum.

Enoch E. Byrum siblings are:

Noah Byrum
Frank Byrum

Enoch Edwin Byrum married 1st wife, Rhoda Brenneman Keagy in 1889.

Enoch Edwin Byrum and Rhoda Brenneman Keagy or Keazy children are:

Note: I have seen Rhoda's maiden name spelled both ways.

Ethel Elsie Byrum
Birdie Ruth (Byrum) Greenwalt
Enoch Arlo Byrum
Mable Grace (Byrum) Lineback
Bernice Mariva Byrum
Nilah Virginia (Byrum) Zens

Enoch Edwin Byrum married 2nd wife, Lucena Caroline Beardslee on October 1, 1909 in Anderson, Madison Co., Indiana.

Anderson Daily Bullet in Tues.
Jan. 6, 1942 P. 14 Mihigan

BYRUM FUNERAL
TO BE TUESDAY

Funeral services for Rev. E.E. Byrum, age eighty, Gospel Trumpet Company executive for 55 years, who died yesterday morning at his home, 320 College drive, will be conducted Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at the Park Church of God. Dr. E.A. Reardon, pastor, will be in charge, and burial will follow in East Maplewood Cemetery. It will be taken to the church at noon on Thursday to remain until the funeral hour.

A native of Randolf county, Rev. Byrum had ben connected with the publishing firm of the Church of God since 1887, serving as president and general manager for a period of years and later as editor until 1916. His last capacity with the firm was that of a head of the spritiual service department, an active member and leader in the Park Place Church of God. Rev. Byrum had held numerous positions of promience in the denomination.

Healing and Revival
Union City Times-Gazette, Tuesday, January 6, 1942

Enoch E. Byrum, 80, native of Jackson Township, Randolph County, and one of the founders of the Gospel Trumpet Publishing co. died at 9:30 a.m. Monday at his residence in Anderson, following a serious illness of more than three weeks.

Mr. Byrum was born in Jackson township, but left the community as a young man to make his home in Anderson. He was a member of the Church of God. Surviving besides the widow, Jucena, are one son and five daughters, none of whom reside in this vicinity, and one brother, Noah, of Anderson. Frank Byrum, of Union City, is a nephew of the deceased and Mrs. Noah Banta, of Jackson township, is a niece of Mr. Byrum.

NOTE; The obituary named Healing and Revival was a misprint from the newspaper that stated that his wife was Jucena instead of Lucena.


Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in the Park Place Church of God in Anderson. Burial will be in Anderson.

Enoch E. Byrum, son of, Eli Winslow and Lucinda (Fields) Byrum.

Note: I have also seen Eli Winslow Byrum's name as Birum.

Enoch E. Byrum siblings are:

Noah Byrum
Frank Byrum

Enoch Edwin Byrum married 1st wife, Rhoda Brenneman Keagy in 1889.

Enoch Edwin Byrum and Rhoda Brenneman Keagy or Keazy children are:

Note: I have seen Rhoda's maiden name spelled both ways.

Ethel Elsie Byrum
Birdie Ruth (Byrum) Greenwalt
Enoch Arlo Byrum
Mable Grace (Byrum) Lineback
Bernice Mariva Byrum
Nilah Virginia (Byrum) Zens

Enoch Edwin Byrum married 2nd wife, Lucena Caroline Beardslee on October 1, 1909 in Anderson, Madison Co., Indiana.

Anderson Daily Bullet in Tues.
Jan. 6, 1942 P. 14 Mihigan

BYRUM FUNERAL
TO BE TUESDAY

Funeral services for Rev. E.E. Byrum, age eighty, Gospel Trumpet Company executive for 55 years, who died yesterday morning at his home, 320 College drive, will be conducted Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at the Park Church of God. Dr. E.A. Reardon, pastor, will be in charge, and burial will follow in East Maplewood Cemetery. It will be taken to the church at noon on Thursday to remain until the funeral hour.

A native of Randolf county, Rev. Byrum had ben connected with the publishing firm of the Church of God since 1887, serving as president and general manager for a period of years and later as editor until 1916. His last capacity with the firm was that of a head of the spritiual service department, an active member and leader in the Park Place Church of God. Rev. Byrum had held numerous positions of promience in the denomination.

Healing and Revival
Union City Times-Gazette, Tuesday, January 6, 1942

Enoch E. Byrum, 80, native of Jackson Township, Randolph County, and one of the founders of the Gospel Trumpet Publishing co. died at 9:30 a.m. Monday at his residence in Anderson, following a serious illness of more than three weeks.

Mr. Byrum was born in Jackson township, but left the community as a young man to make his home in Anderson. He was a member of the Church of God. Surviving besides the widow, Jucena, are one son and five daughters, none of whom reside in this vicinity, and one brother, Noah, of Anderson. Frank Byrum, of Union City, is a nephew of the deceased and Mrs. Noah Banta, of Jackson township, is a niece of Mr. Byrum.

NOTE; The obituary named Healing and Revival was a misprint from the newspaper that stated that his wife was Jucena instead of Lucena.


Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 2:30 p.m. in the Park Place Church of God in Anderson. Burial will be in Anderson.


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