March 23, 1911
FUNDERBURG, ISAAC - Isaac Funderburg, one of the best known pioneer Clark county residents, passed away at 11 o'clock Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Funderburg, at New Carlisle, after a prolonged illness. Mr. Funderburg had been ill for six weeks suffering from liver trouble and had been near death for several days. He was 73 and one-half years of age. Isaac Funderburg was born in Miami county and when a dad went to Clark county. He lived in Springfield over 39 years, and for the greater part of that time worked in the international Harvester shops. Twelve years ago Mr. Funderburg went to New Carlisle where he made his home with an adopted daughter, Mrs. E. P. Funderburg. Mr. Funderburg was a veteran of the civil war, having served in the Ohio Volunteer infantry, and was a prominent member of the New Carlisle G. A. R. Post. He resided in Indiana for a number of years and while in the Hoosier state joined the Masonic order. Two brothers, Solomon F. Funderburg, of near Troy, and Peter Funderburg, of Brandt, survive with the one son, Steven C. Funderburg of Springfield now deputy county sheriff. Two stepsons, Charles and Edward Craig of Dayton, also survive. The funeral services were conducted at the residence Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev. George Miranda of New Carlisle, Burial was made at Carlisle cemetery.
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