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Horace J. Crismond. Family Published in The Logansport Press, March 17, 1932. (bio by: sibe80)
Mt. Hope Cemtery Logansport, Ind.:
CRISMOND Horace J. 1852 1932

1932 - Nov. 2 Horace J . Crismond, 75, well known Long Point cottager, died suddenly Monday at his Logansport, home>

Logansport Pharos-Tribune 1 Nov 1911 - PRIVATE RITES PLANNED FOR H. J. CRISMOND
    Services Will Be Held Thursday at ; Residence, 1601 Broadway

    Private funeral services will be held from the residence in 1601 East Broadway Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock for Horace J, Crismond, 78-year-old retired local business man, who succumbed at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon after a brief illness.

    he Rev. William Guard of Urbana,Ill., will conduct the services which will be under the direction of Chase and burial will be made in the Crismond mausloeum in Mt Hope cemetery

    Anouncement is made by the family that the body will lay in state from 10 a. m. to 1 p.m.Thursday.

    The Elks will conduct ritualistic services at the residence Wednesday at the club rooms at 7:30 o'clock to go to the hime in a body

    Mr. Crismond was a member of the local Elks lodge and was active in the organization throughout the many years he was affiliated with the order.

    In 1888 he entered the hardware business with Thomas Flanegin Sr. and for eight ears was associated with the firm of Flangin and Crismond disposing of his interest in 1896.

Logansport Press 1 Nov 1911 H J crismond Local Business Man, 78, dead
    Private funeral Thursday for retired Hardware dealer

    In poor health for several years but critically sick since last thursday,horace j. crismond age 78, retired local hardware dealer died at his home, 1600 East Broadway, yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock.

    born in Fredercksburg, Ca., August 1, 1859, Mr. Crismond came to Indiana when a boy. He received his early education, here and there after employment in various minor capacities he entered the hardware business. for several years her operater a stoire in Market Street.

    During that perion his contact with people brought him a wide scope of acquaintances and many friends. He was noted for his honest upright business dealings

    Founded Christmas Tree Idea

    Mr. Crismond was given credit for being the founder of the municipal christmas tree project.

    During the past few years of his retirement Mr. Crismond spent his summers at his Lake Maxinkuckee home

    He was a charter -.member of the Logansport Elks lodge

    The body will lie in state at the home Thursday from 10 a.m. to 1 p. m. invited to- call.

    Funeral from Home

    Private funeral services are to be conduted from the home Thursday afternoon at 2;30 o'clock with the Rev. Mr. Guard of Urbana, ill. in charge. Burial will take place in the crismond mausoleum in Mt. Hope.

    Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Lilliam Crismond; two daughters, Mrs. Jean Armacost of Logansport and Mrs. Asa Gutherie of Peru; two grandchildren, Maxine and Jane Grund also of Peru.

1953 - March 4 - Mrs. Lillie Crismond of Logansport, a Long Point resident for 30 years, died Saturday after a week's illness.

    Logansport Press , SUNDAY, MARCH 1,1953

    Liilie Crismond, 86, Dies Saturday Night


    Mrs. Lillie A. Crismond, 86, 1603 E. Broadway, died at 11:20 p.m. last night at her home of pneumonia.

    She was taken to Chase-Miller funeral home.


    Mrs. Lillie Crismond Services to Be Held At Her Home Here Today

    Final rites for Mrs. Lillie A. Crismond, 86, of 1603 E. Broadwaywill be this afternoon at 3:30 at the residence. The Reverend Harold King will officiate and burial will be in Mt. Hope cemetery.

    The body has been taken from the Chase-Miller chapel to the residence.

    Born Feb. 4, 1867 in this city Mrs. Crismond was. the daughter of Izaak and Catherine Hook Himmelburger.

    Her husband, Horace J,, and a daughter, Mrs. Gene Armacost, preceded' her in death.

    Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Guthrie, Peru; two grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a son-in-law, Gene Armacost, of 1603 E. Broadway.

    Monday Eve., March 2, 1953 Logonsport Pharoi-Tribune

    Rites for Mrs. Lillie A. Crismond, of 1603 East Broadway, will be held at 3:30 p. m. Tuesday at the residence with the Rev. Harold King officiating. Interment will be made in Mount Hope cemetery. Friends may call at the residence between 7 and 9 p. m. this evening

    Set Funeral Rites For Lillie Crismond Funeral services for Mrs. Lillie A. Crismond, 86, who died Saturday night at her home, 1603 East Broadway, will be conducted at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at the residence with the Rev. Harold King officiating. Burial will be. made in Mount Hope cemetery.

    The body was removed from the Chase-Miller chapel to the residence, where friends may call between 7 and 9 o'clock Monday evening.*Born on February 4, 1867, In Logansport she was the daughter of Izaak and Catherine (Hook) Himmelburger.

    Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Guthrie, of Peru; two grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren; and one son-in-law, Gene Armacost

    Charlotte L Crismond Guthrie (1891 - 1962) married Arthur M Grund (1890 - 1922) & Asa Emerson Guthrie (1895 - 1960)

    Kathryn Crismond Armacost (1894 - 1950)*

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