Source : Anderson Daily Bulletin, Tuesday, Februrary 2, 1926, page 3.
Pendleton, Ind. Feb. 2 - Funeral Services for Thomas A. Fox, age 56, who died at his home five miles west of Pendleton, Monday night, will be held at the home Thursday noon. Services and burial will take place at Alexandria Thursday afternoon. Besides his wife, Mrs. Daisy Fox, he is survived by two daughters, Miss Marie Fox and Mrs. Hazel Collier, and a son, Joseph Fox, all of Pendleton.
Source : Pendleton Times, Thursday, February 4, 1926, page 1.
The death of Thomas Fox, age 56, occurred Monday night at his late home west of here. The funeral was held this Thursday at the home and burial will take place at Alexandria. He is survived by the wife, Mrs. Daisy Fox, two daughters, Mrs. Hazel Colline, Miss Marie Fox, and one son, Joseph Fox, all of Pendleton.
Source : Alexandria Times Tribune, Tuesday, February 2, 1926, page 1.
THOMAS FOX, 56, DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS
Former Resident of This Community Passes Away Last Night
Thomas A. Fox, 56, a farmer, died last night at 10:00 o'clock at his home five miles west of Pendleton, after an illness of several years, although he had only been serious for the past two weeks. Mr. Fox was a former resident of this vicinity, having lived on a farm 5 miles southwest of Alexandria. Mrs. Fox, was before her marriage, Miss Daisy Wright, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wright, who were well known in this city and vicinity.
Mr. Fox is survived by the widow, Mrs. Daisy Fox, two daughters, Miss Marie Fox and Mrs. Hazel Collier, a son, Joseph Fox, and two grandchildren.
Short funeral services will be held at the family home at noon Thursday, with the Revs. Cady and Marlowe officiating, after which the funeral party will leave for Alexandria where the services will be held in the First Christian Church in charge of Rev. G.W. Winfrey and Rev. H.H. Wagner.
Source : Anderson Herald, Tuesday, February 2, 1926, page 1.
T.A. FOX, 56, DEAD; FUNERAL THURSDAY
Special to the Herald. Lapel, Ind., Feb. 1 - Thomas A. Fox, age 56, farmer, died at his home five miles west of Pendleton, at 10:00 o'clock tonight after a lingering illness. Short services will be conducted at the residence at 12 m.[sic] Thursday, followed by services in the Alexandria Christian church. Burial will be made in Park View cemetery.
Mr. Fox is survived by the widow, Mrs. Daisy Fox; two daughters, Mis [sic] Marie Fox and Mrs. Hazel Collier, and a son, Joseph Fox.