Descendant of Jacob Sr and Rhoda Betsy Garriott

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08-Hurby Jr "Jude" Garriott
Birth: 28 Feb 1923, Jasper Co, IN: Bk H6/43
Home: Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co, IN
Death: 27 Sep 1999, Roudebush Veteran's Hospital, Marion Co, IN- age 76
Burial: Tippecanoe Memory Gardens
Occupation: owned Hurby's Jefferson Square Marathon, SSN: 310-20-9879/IN
Education: Rensselaer HS, 10th grade
Military: US Army, WW2: Baker
Father: Hurby Sr Garriott

Marriage: 28 May 1955, Tippecanoe Co, IN: Bk 71/323, by Doyle Mullen
1st Spouse: Mary Louise "Betty" VICE
Birth: 2 Mar 1923, Mulberry, Clinton Co, IN
Death: 26 Dec 1972, Home Hospital, Tippecanoe Co, IN- age 49 28
Burial: Tippecanoe Memorial Gardens
Occupation: SSN:316-20-8389/IN
Father: Dallas Vice
Mother: Gladys Saeger

     CHILDREN: Hurby "Jude" and Betty had a daughter:

Marriage: 22 Nov 1980, Lafayette, Tippecanoe Co, IN: Bk 34, pg 589.
2nd Spouse: Marguerite M Van SICKLE

     1972 OBITUARY: Mrs Garriott died at Home Hospital where she was admitted 24 Oct. She had been in ill health one year. Born and reared in Mulberry, she moved to Lafayette in 1942. She was a member of Christ United Methodist Church.

[Lafayette Journal & Courier]

     1999 OBITUARY: Hurby Garriott, Jr, 76, formerly of 615 N. Market St, Delphi, died at 9:35 am Monday, Sept 27, 1999, in the Roudebush Veteran's Hospital, Indianapolis. He had been a patient there for 9 days and in failing health since March.
     He was born on Feb 28, 1923, in Jasper County and attended Jasper County schools. On May 28, 1955, he married Mary Louise "Betty" Vice in Lafayette. She preceded him in death on Dec 26, 1972.
     He owned and operated Hurby's Marathon Station in Jefferson Square for many years and served in the Army during World War II. He also drove a bus for the Indiana Veterans' Home until his retirement. He had resided in Delphi for the past five years, moving there from Lafayette.
     He attended Delphi Pentecostal Church. He was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9383 in Delphi, American Legion Post 492 in West Lafayette and 40&8 Voiture 364 in Lafayette.
     Surviving are a daughter, Mrs John [Shannon] Venters of Delphi; a sister, Orabelle Pribie of Lafayette; and four brothers, Lawrence, David and Arlon Garriott of Lafayette, and Burgin Garriott of Mulberry. Surviving are three grandchildren: Kelly Rodriguez, Adam Garriott and Anne Garriott; and a great-grandson, Dee Andre Venters. Preceded in death by two brothers and two sisters.

[Lafayette Journal & Courier]