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Belle Plaine Union; 1-10- 1946

Caroline Josephine Ineck

Mrs. J. O. Walton died January 6, in Ohio; injuries suffered in a fall at home of her son Leonard are fatal to local woman, she died Sunday in a hospital at Mannsfield, Ohio. Born Chelsea, Iowa Jan. 1, 1870, daughter of Joseph and Mary Ineck, married 1892 J. O. Walton, lived in Chelsea community, moved to a farm near Belle Plaine in 1904. She was active in the First Congregational Church, honorary deaconess; member of W.R.C. and Alsew social club. Survivors include two children; Mrs. Edna Hempstead of Orlando, Fla., Leonard of Mansfield, Ohio, two sisters; and three brothers. Burial Oak Hill Cemetery, Belle Plaine.
Submitted on Aug 5, 2002 by
Ann Archer-Cogan, wheatie2006@gmail.com


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Belle Plaine Union; 4-6- 1939

James Oliver Walton

Funeral services for the late J. O. Walton were held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at the First Congregational church in charge of the Rev. J. Irvine Walker. Mrs. Thelma Shadle sang two numbers. Casket bearers were former neighbors and long time friends of the deceased namely: C. E. Patterson, Lewis Lyman, Sam McCandless, P. A. Snow, Julius Stammer and Frank Bardwell. Interment was in family lot in Oak Hill cemetery

Among those who came from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Jean Hempstead of Ames; the latter his daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Austin Walton of Toledo; Arthur Walton of Hancock, Minn.: Mrs, Bryan Cronbaugh and Paul Wilson of Cedar Rapids; Mrs. Bernard Moore of Chicago, Ill., Mr. Albert Mishek of Toledo, Mrs. Charles Mishek of Tama; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bohr and Mr. and Mrs. William Wentz of Cedar Rapids; Prof. and Mrs. F. C. Dana of Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Liston of Tama, a number of relatives from Chelsea and Brooklyn, Iowa. His son Leonard Jay Walton of Dunkirk, Ohio was unable to be here on account of illness

James O. Walton, a resident of this city for thirty-five years was born in Tama county, Nov. 17, 1864 near Chelsea. He was a son of Horace and Elizabeth (Grubbs) Walton, and was reared at the farm home of his parents in the Plaquamine community west of this city where his father operated a brick making plant and where he was employed until taking up farming

On February 11, 1892 he married Miss Carrie Ineck of Chelsea, at Toledo, at the home of the latter's Uncle Albert Mishek. They had their first home in Tama county on a farm and about 1904 came to Belle Plaine locating on a farm at the east edge of this city which is now the Belle Plaine Country Club grounds. About twenty years ago Mr. and Mrs. Walton bought the home at 1608 Seventh Avenue where they were still living at time of his death which occurred Saturday, April 1, after an illness of the past five years. Until his health failed he was engaged in real estate business. He served as councilmen for two terms and always stood for the betterment of the community, was fair minded and honest in his convictions. He was identified with the first Commercial club of this city

Besides his devoted wife who was his constant companion and tenderly cared for him in his long illess, he leaves one daughter Edna, Mrs. J. C. Hempstead of Ames, one son Leonard Walton of Dunkirk, Ohio, one son Leo, a babe of two months passed away many years ago; three grandchildren, his sister Mrs. G. E. Wilkinson of Detroit, Mich., brothers George and Austin of Toledo, and Arthur of Hancock, Minn.

Submitted on Aug 5, 2002 by
Ann Archer-Cogan, wheatie2006@gmail.com


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The Lever (Belle Plaine, Iowa); December 12, 1895
Obituary
Melvin May Walton

WALTON - At the hospital in Chicago Thursday, Dec. 5, Mrs. William S. Walton died, age 20 years, 4 months and 1 day.

Miss Melvin May Blinkinsop, daughter of John and Sarah Blinkinsop was born August 4th, 1875. March 23, 1891 she was married to Wm. S. Walton of Belle Plaine. About a year ago her health began to fail and finally she was taken to Chicago for treatment and a surgical operation the effects of which terminated on Thursday last. She was brought home to Belle Plaine, and her funeral took place Monday afternoon in the M. E. Church, and the burial in Oak Hill cemetery.

Her husband and family have the sympathy of the entire community in this hour of sorrow.

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Submitted on 18-Feb-2016 by
John Shuck, jshuck@gmail.com


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