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Perry Ernest O'Neal & Lucy Holliday  

Lucy Holliday b. Birth 4 MAY 1903 Indianapolis, Indiana 28 Sep 1977 - Palm Beach, Florida buried Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana

married Perry Ernest O'Neal, A native Hoosier ó Birth: Apr. 27, 1893 Rush county Death: Jun. 25, 1971 buried Crown Hill Cemetery Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana son of Lewis A Oneal and Frances J --

1925 Wedding invitation for Lucy Holliday, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacquelin Smith Holliday, to Perry O'Neal in Indianapolis, Indiana

In 1917 john A Titsworth and Perry Oneal of Rushville e formed the firm known as Titsworth & Oneal Mr Titsworth formerly a member of the law firm of Vatson & Green

He was widely known member of the Indianapolis legal profession, and practiced from 1922.

1929 - The law firm of Miller, Dailey & Thompson, of Indianapolis, has dissolved and three new firms created... Frank C. Dailey will form a partnership with Perry O'Neal. They will have offices at 1258 Consolidated building.

Thompson OíNeal & Smith (1941-1966). The new name in 1941 reflected the central role Perry E. OíNeal and Patrick J. Smith had assumed in the firmís practice. Mr. Smith joined Thompson & Rabb in 1938 after Mr. Stevensonís departure; and Mr. OíNeal, who previously had practiced with Mr. Thompson at Miller Dailey & Thompson,joined in 1940 after Mr. Rabbís death.

A former president of the Indiana State Bar Association, 1952-1953.

The O'Neal's lived at 1040 West 42nd Street in Indianapolis. The O'Neal mansion was in Shooters Hill 36 acre tract once incorporated as a town which began to fade in 1951 and by 1962 it was earmarked for the Christain Theological Seminary the Neal mansion now serves the seminary as an overnight hospitality center for seminary students and their families

The magnificent English colonial home was built in 1929 as a wedding present for his daughter Lucy Holliday OíNeal and her husband Perry

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