Person:Harvey Ice (1)

Harvey ICE
b.13 OCT 1848 Monroe Co, OH
d.24 MAR 1926 Bellvue, OH
  1. John W. ICE
  2. William ICEABT 1844 - BEF 1850
  3. Melvin B. ICE1846 - 1929
  4. Harvey ICE1848 - 1926
  5. Madison "Matt" ICE1850 - 1920
  6. Andrew Jackson "Jake" Ice1852 - 1898
  7. Sarah "Sally" ICE1854 -
  8. George Ice1856 - 1937
  9. James Buchanon ICE1857 - 1932
  10. Amanda "Mandy" ICE1860 - 1942
  11. Emma ICE1865 - 1921
  12. Calvin ICE1869 -
m. 2 MAY 1878
  1. Hezzikiah "Kizzie" ICE - BEF 1926
  2. Sarah K. ICEABT 1878 -
  3. Mahala Gertrude IceABT 1879 - 1961
m. 8 AUG 1886
  1. Infant Child ICE
  2. Ella ICE1887 - 1960
  3. Nellie ICE1887 - 1965
  4. George ICE1889 - 1961
  5. Georgianna ICE1889 -
  6. William Harvey "Will" ICE1894 - 1976
Facts and Events
Name Harvey ICE
Gender Male
Birth? 13 OCT 1848 Monroe Co, OH
Alt Birth? 13 OCT 1848 Washington, Monroe, Ohio
Marriage 2 MAY 1878 Spencer Co, INto Emma Catherine "Kate" HARRIS
Marriage 8 AUG 1886 Spencer Co, INto Sarah Anna HARRIS
Death? 24 MAR 1926 Bellvue, OH
Burial[1] Hackleman Cemetery, Spencer, Indiana, United States

REFN: 1-3-1-10-3 Spencer Co, IN Living in Monroe Co, OH in 1850 Census Harvey Ice, son of Mahala and George Ice, was born Oct 13, 1848. About 9 o'clock on the morning of 24 Mar 1926, he dropped into a long and peaceful sleep into the Great Beyond quietly and peacefully as he lived, leaving a bereaved companion, a desolate home and a community shocked with the loss of a beloved neighbor, friend and citizen. Besides his wife he leaves to mourn his loss seven children, three brothers, two sisters, three step-children and thirty-nine grandchildren.

In 1877 he was united in marriage to Kate Harris who died leaving two small children; Kizzie, who preceded him in death and Gertie, now Mrs. John Martin, of Bellevue, Ohio. A few years later he was united in marriage to Anna Harris Stateler. To this union were born six children, Mrs. Ella Walters, Mrs. Nellie Walters and George, all of Bellevue, Ohio. Will, of Evansville, and Mrs. Georgianna Abshler, of Kenny, Ill., and one died in infancy.

The funeral was preached at Cross Roads Church by Rev. William Medcalf. Interment was at the Hackleman Cemetery.

References
  1. Harvey Ice tombstone and memorial page, in Find A Grave.