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Henry
County
Kentucky
Obituaries

 

These records are a PARTIAL extract of the Henry County Local (HCL) Obituaries. These records range from the early 1900's to the present day. Not all the obituaries contained during the years of the newspaper have been extracted. Please use this information as a starting point for your own research.

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Submitted By: Marie Winburn

ADAMS, Drucilla Thurmond, 43 wf of Raymond H. of Eminence, d. Tues. am at Meth. Evangelical Hosp, Louisville. Survivors: her husb.; four sisters: Mrs. Bland MAHONEY, France; Mrs. Marie CLUBB, Eminence; Mrs. Zeb HOLLIS, Atlanta, GA., and Mrs. Harlin BOLYARD, Toledo, OH.; two brothers: Charles THURMOND. Shelbyville, KY., and Paul THURMOND, New Castle, KY. Burial Shady Lawn Memory Gardens [Shelby Co.] HCL, Fri., 12 Jun 1962

BANTA, Debra Lynn, two and one half year old dau. Of Mr. and Mrs. Gayle BANTA of Elmburg, died Mon. am at the home of her parents. Survivors are a brother: Kenneth Ray, and grandmothers: Mrs. Jennie SHUCK, Eminence and Mrs. Ruth Elizabeth RAISOR, Henry co. Buriral Point Pleasant Cemetery Weds. HCL Thurs. 12 Dec 1963.

CARROLL, John D., Judge, 72, formr Chief Justice of the Court of Appeals, died at his residence in Frankfort at 12:30 Tues. am. Survivors: his wife, Hallie Hunter Sandford CARROLL; sons: John S. and Lewis CARROLL, Frankfort; brothers: Charles, Shepherdsville, KY. A.J., Louisville, KY. Burial New Castle Cemetery, Henry Co., KY. Weds. HCL, Friday, 7 Jan 1927

COBLIN, Florence C. 89, died Sat 3 am New Castle Sanitarium. Formerly of Turners Station, KY, a native of Henry Co. Survivors: grandson, Forest CARR, Campbellsburg; gr-granddaughter, Miss Mary Faye CARR; daughter-in-law: Mrs. Elza CARR, New Castle. Burial New Castle Cem. Sunday. HCL Thur. 12 Dec 1963

CRABB, Lewis C. 57, Henry County Tax Commissioner, died Fri. 11:45 am at his home in Eminence of a cerebral hemmorahage. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lucy M. CRABB, dau.: Mrs. Gano HERNDON, Eminence and son: Shelby CRABB, of California; sister: Mrs. Fannie C. SCOTT, Eminence. Burial Eminence Cemetery Sunday afternoon. HCL 14 Aug 1931

ESTES, LaHella Hall, widow of the late S.S. ESTES, dided at her home at Jericho Tues. Dec. 7. of a stroke. She was born at Mt. Washington, KY. on 8 June 1852 and came to Jericho in 1871. She was married in 1873. Survivors: son: S.T.; grandchildren: Mrs. Nellie E. CRANDELL, Frank and Howard ESTES all of Louisville; Arthur ESTES of Lexington, and Mrs. Mae E. CHEATHAM, Jericho. Burial Smithfield Cemeter Thurs. HCL 17 Dec 1937

GARDNER, Willie, 68, Franklinton, carpenter, died 2:30 pm Thurs., Apr. 17 at Kings Daughters Hosp., Shelbyville, KY. Son of the late John and Florence Crawford GARDNER. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Rosa Brown GARDNER; dau: Mrs. Joe CLARK, Crestwood, KY.; son: Forest J. GARDNER, Pleasureivle; sister: Mrs. Willie D. JAMES Bethlehem. Burial Sun Franklinton Cemetery. HCL, Thurs. 24 Apr 1958.

GIVIDEN, Alice, widow of the late Henry R. Gividen of Sulphur died. Thurs, Dec. 9 at 12:15am. She was the dau. Of the late Bryan and Alice Kincheloe of Trimble Co., where she was born 1 Jun 1873. Came to Sulphur as a bride 42 years ago. Survivors are: Mr. Parkie Gividen, Shelbyvillle; Mr. Henr Y2K R. Gividen, Sulphur; Mrs. A.L. Holt, Jr., Gloomfield, KY.; Mrs. Rufus Starks, Winchester, KY.; sisters: Mrs. Lizzie Whitaker, Bedford, KY.; Mrs. Sallie Gingle, Turners Stations; and Mrs. Anna Whiteley, Indianapolis, Ind. Burial in the I.O.O.F. Sulphur Cemetery. HCL 17 Dec 1937.

GIVIDEN, B. T. Died 30 Nov 1926 at 6 p.m. at his residence, 136 North Bailey Ave., Louisville. Last surviving brother of Bealy GIVIDEN, dec'd.; Pearce GIVIDEN, dec'd.; Joe GIVIDEN, dec'd; and Woody GIVIDEN, dec'd. also Mattie BENNETT, dec'd; living sisters: Mrs. Jennie ADAMS, Jericho, KY; Mrs. Ed. TAYLOR of LaGrange, KY.; and Mrs. Bettie ADCOCK, Jericho. Survivors: wife: Elizabeth, dau: Bertha T. Mr. Gividen was born in MO. Where his father and mother lived for about two years but returned to Henry Co. to the old Gividen homestead. Other brothers and sisters all born in Herny Co. Burial at Smithfield on Weds., Dec. 1 beside his father, mother, brothers and sisters. HCL Fri., Dec. 3, 1926

GIVIDEN, James Andrew, 49, died Fri. Aug. 7th at his home in Sulphur of tuberculosis. He was the son of the late John and Malvina Browning GIVIDEN. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Lizzie Brown GIVIDEN, sisters; Mrs. J. Jones VANCE, Birmingham, Ala.; Mrs. F.C. TILLER, Sulphur, brother, J.W., Utah. Burial Sulphur I.O.O.F. Cemetery Monday. HCL 14 Aug 1931

GIVIDEN, Joe. Col., Former Sheriff of Henry County, died Tues. am at his home in Jericho, KY. son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. GIVIDEN. Would have been 70 if he had lived until next March. Survivors: sons: Noble, Youngstown, OH., Will, who resides at the homestead, Joe Jr. Pleasureville; Sie of Jericho; Koss of Buckner [Oldham Co. KY]; daus: Mrs. Bessie LAFOLLETTE , LaGrange; and Ethel GIVIDEN of Louisivlle. Brothers: Woody, Jericho; B.T., Louisville. Sisters: Mrs. ADAMS of Jericho and Mrs. TAYLOR of LaGrange and Mrs. ADCOCK of Jericho. Burial at Pleasureville Cem. where his wife and two sons are buried. HCL, Fri., 27 Nov. 1925

GIVIDEN, Joe, 69, operator of a blacksmith shop in North Pleasureville for the past 40 years, died of a heart attack 9 am Monday. Survived by his wife: Mrs. Beulah Massie GIVIDEN; son: George Massie GIVIDEN, St. Matthews, KY; sisters: Mrs. Minnie FRENCH, and Mrs. Ressie MILLER of Indianapolis, and Mrs. Ethel SHANNON of Louisville; brothers: Koss, Buckner, KY.; Cye [Sie], Jericho, KY; Will, LaGrange, KY.; and Noble, Middletown, OH.; grandsons: Geroge Massie GIVIDEN Jr. West Point Military Academy, and Robert GIVIDEN, St. Matthews. Burial Pleasureivlle Cemetery Wednesday. HCL, Fri., 8 Apr 1949

GIVIDEN, Koss, 72, Buckner, who served five terms as Oldham County coroner, died on Thurs at his home. A native of Henry Co. KY. Survivors: his wife, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Allen GIVIDEN; daughters: Mrs. Katherine HALL, Louisville; Mrs. Costella Leet, Prospect, KY.; Mrs. Mildred MORROW, Buckner, KY.; and Mrs. Bessie HALL, Anchorage, KY.; brother: S.H., Jericho, KY. sisters: Mrs. Minnie K. FRENCH and Mrs. Ressie MILLER, Indianapolis. Buriral Valley of Rest, LaGrange, KY. HCL Thurs., 12 Dec. 1963.

GIVIDEN, Mary Adcock, 75, Sulphur, died 5:50 pm Tues. Mallory Taylor Hosp., LaGrange, KY. A native of Henry county, she was the daughter of the late Samuel R. and Jenny Coblin ADCOCK. Survivors: Mason GIVIDEN and Mrs. Joe BOYD both of Sulphur; half-brothers Richard, Turners Station; Bishop, New Castle and George ADCOCK, Lexington, KY. Half sisters Mrs. Jean HONAKER, Lexington and Mrs. J.H. DOUGLAS, New Castle; her stepmother, Mrs. Margaret ADCOCK, New Castle. Burial Sulphur Cemetery Thurs. HCL, Thurs., 24 Apr 1958.

GIVIDEN, Paul, 35, died at his home in New Castle, Wed. 8:15pm, pneumonia. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Frankie Gividen; father: W.T.; brother: Roy; and sister Mrs. Jess Ashley. Burial 2:30 pm Friday. HCL, Friday, 28 Feb 1930

GIVIDEN, Robert, 67, retired farmer, Eminence died at his home Sunday, pneumonia, which developed after paralysis. Survivors: daus: Mrs. George MERCER, Mrs. George BROWN, both of New York City; son: R.A., Eminence; sisters: Mrs. Lafe STIVERS and Mrs. John GRASSMAN, both of Louisville; and Mrs. H.A. PLOCK, Detroit. Burial Campbellsburg Cemetery Weds., HCL, Fri. 2 Mar 1934

GIVIDEN, Sarah Mildred died Feb. 22, 1923 at 3 am of pneumonia following influenza; born 10 Feb 1856. Married 13 Dec 1876 to Squire Joe GIVIDEN. Surviving children: Noble, Joseph Jr., William, Sie and Koss, Mrs. Ethel SHANNON, Mrs. Fred MASSIE and Mrs. John LAFOLLETTE. Survivors: brothers: Brack, Pendleton; W.W., Waddy, KY., and James of Oklahoma; sister: Mrs. M.C. BERRY of Louisville. Burial Pleasureville Cemetery, Fri., 23 Feb. 1923. HCL, Friday, 23 Feb 1923

HARDIN, Ella Purvis, 74, Lockport, wife of Tom HARDIN, died at 8:15 pm Sunday at the home of her dau., Mrs. Wendell ROBERTS nr. Bethlehem. A native of Owen county, she was a dau. Of the late Tom and Mary PURVIS. Besides her husb. she is survived by two other daus.: Mrs. R.C. SHAW, Louisville and Mrs. R.C. KELLEY, Perry Park, KY.; son: T.J., Bethlehem; sisters: Mrs. Hayes WILLIAMSON, Columbus, OH., and Mrs. Fred HECK, Louisville. Brothers: Sherman PURVIS, Columbus, OH and Everett PURVIS, Cincinnati, OH. Burial Tues. Pleasureville Cemetery. HCL Thurs., 24 Apr 1958

HARP, Patricia Batts, 24, Louisville, formerly of Port Royal, was killed Sun. in an automobile accident in Louisville. Survived by her husb: Harold C. HARP and children: Ricky Ray 4, and Charlotte Ann 3 also in the accident. Also surviving is dau: Peggy Jean DAVIS; parents: Mr. and Mrs. T.J. BATTS, Turners Station; brothers: Edward Lee and William Allen both of Turners Station. Burial in Port Royal Cemetery Weds. HCL 24 Apr 1958.

HUNDLEY, Gayle, 48, farmer, Cropper, KY. died Mon. at Kings Daughters Hosp., Shelbyville, KY. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lucy Beverly HUNDLEY; daugh.: Mrs. George ROBERTS, Eminence; two brothers: Baker HUNDLEY, Pleasureville, and Leonard HUNDLEY, Louisville and three sisters: Mrs. Pearl HAWKINS and Mrs. Viola MAHORNEY, both of Port Royal, KY. and Mrs. Addie DANIELS, Catlettsburg, KY. HCL 14 Aug 1931

MAHONEY, Leonard, 84, retired farmer Glenmary, died 6 am Monday Carroll Co. Memorial Hosp., Carrollton, KY. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Nellie MAHONEY; sons: Alf, Worthville, KY. and Ed and Roy, Lockport, KY. Sister, Mrs. Belle DAVIS, Louisvile. Buriral Drennon Cemetery Thurs. HCL, Thurs. 12 Dec. 1963

MASSIE, Fred P. d. last Sun pm at home of Mr. & Mrs. Owen WAY nr Buckner [Oldham Co., KY] where he recently made his home. Semi invalid since auto accident in Tampa, Fla. In 1960. Native of Oldham Co, [KY], the son of Edward and Catherine PRYOR MASSIE. Survivors: dau: Mrs. Evelyn Dickson, Indianapolis; sisters: Miss Sallie MASSIE, Mrs. Winford ALLEN,of LaGrange [KY] and Mrs. S.H. GIVIDEN, Jericho [Henry Co. KY] ; bro: Boyd MASSIE, Louisivlle. Buried Valley of Rest Cem., LaGrange. Tues last. HCL Fri. 12 Jun 1962

MOORE, John E., 38, farmer, dided at his home in Shelby County last Thurs. Survivors: daughter, Helen MOORE and son, Kenneth, Sulphur, KY. mother: Mrs. Carrie MOORE, Shelbyville. Brothers: Roy W., Shelbyville; Paul H., Zenia, OH., and Sgt. Wm. H. Langley Air Force Base. Burial Grove Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville, KY. HCL, Fri., 8 Apr 1849

SHUCK, Ben Wesley 61 d. Sat. at Kings Daughters Hosp., Shelbyville, KY. Survivors: wf., Mrs. Jennie Dixon SHUCK; his mother: Mrs. Rebecca DOWNEY, Eminence; six daus.: Mrs. Tommy JONES, Eminence, Mrs. Bernice ABBOTT, Louisville, Mrs. Gayle BANTA, Pleasureivlle, Mrs. Clyde FULTZ and Mrs. Harry COLLINS Jr., Frankfort, and Miss Mary Louise SHUCK, Eminence; three sons: Oldham C., John William and Charles SHUCK all of Eminence. Burial Pleasureville Cem. HCL Fri. 12 Jun 1962

TURNER, James P. 80 died last Tues. Survivors include: his wife, Mrs. Lena Elston TURNER, daus: Mrs. Justus A. PRICE, Eminence and Mrs. Josephine TURNER, Louisville; two grandchildren: Mrs. M.M. WALLER, Louisville, and Justus Turner PRICE, Chicogo; sisters: Mrs. John DUNCAN, Clevleand, OH., and Mrs. T.E. NEBLETT, Shelbyville, KY. brothers: W.J., Campbellsburg; Geo. R. and John C. both of Turners Station, KY., and Robert L., Mays Lick, KY. Burial Eminence Cemetery. HCL, Fri., 3 Dec 1926

ADAMS--Cora d. last Wed. only child of Mr & Mrs F.B. ADAMS. HCL, Thurs., Aug 29, 1901

ADAMS, Miss Lottie dau. of Mark Adams died Sat. am Oct.20, member of Grubridge Christian Church. Obit. by John B. Ingels, Blackwell, Ky., Oct. 22. HCL Fri., Nov. 1, 1901

ANDERSON, James Mrs., of Mound Hill, died of typhoid fever Sun. HCL Fri, Sep 20, 1901

BARNETT, Kate Batts died at her home in Memphis, MO., Jan 28., her body brought to KY. for burial at Port Royal. Her only child Purnell BARNETT [died and] was brought there from Camp Funston four years ago. HCL Fri., 3 Feb 1922.

BATTS, Boyd Duncan, 65, of Lacie died Wed., Apr. 27, 1994 at his residence. A native of Henry, a member of the Henry County Historical Society and the Port Royal Baptist Church. Survivors: his wife, Juanita Good Batts; two daughters: Mrs. John (Carla) Gerding, Lacie; and Mrs. Doug (Susan) Daniel, Florence; and two grandsons, Robert Duncan Gerding and John Andrew Gerding. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Sun., May 1st, interment was in the Port Royal Cem. HCHSQuarterly June 1994

BATTS, William ("Uncle Bill") confined to his bed for two weeks, died Mon. 4 am. Burial in the Masonic cemetery Turners Station Tues. HCL Fri., Dec., 13, 1901

BEAZLEY, Miss Affie, 47, died at her home Port Royal Pike, Weds. at 2 am. Made her home with sister, Mrs. T.J. Bourne. Born & reared in the vicinity of New Castle. Interred in New Castle Cem. HCL Fri., Sep. 27, 1901

BEHLER, Small child of Mr. & Mrs., of Louisville, buried in Campbellsburg Masonic Cem. here last Sat. Mrs. B. is sister of Mrs. Milligan, of our town. HCL Fri., Oct. 11, 1901

BERGIN, Nannie, Mrs., Carrollton, buried Sat., was aunt of Mrs. Charles Taylor, of New Castle. HCL Fri., Oct. 11, 1901

BERRY, Dock of Owensboro, was buried Smithfield Sat. HCL Fri., Nov. 22, 1901

BROWNING, Eli, former citizen of Henry county, died at his home in El Dorado Springs, MO., Oct. 7, aged 71 yrs 4 mos and 15 days. Funeral from Christian Church on the 9th. Wf & several children survive. He was brother of G.T. Browning, of this county. HCL Fri., Oct. 18, 1901

BUFORD, Rebecca J. Hall,, wf. of T.L. Buford md. 22 yrs. d. 15 Aug, at home on the Gratz Rd.; eldest child of C.A. Hall. leaves two daugs ages 18 & 21 HCL, Thurs., Aug 29, 1901 and HCL Fri., Sep 13 1901

BURK., wf of J. Wood died Fri. 13th Turners Station. HCL Fri., Dec 20., 1901

BUSH, Tull died Dec 27 with complication of disease nr. Bethlehem. HCL Fri., Dec 20., 1901 & Fri Jan 3, 1902

CALLOWAY, Parham, an old Henry county man, died at his home in Louisville Sat. night, buried at Eminence Mon. HCL Fri., Dec. 1, 1901

CAMPBELL, Helen 7 mos. baby of Mr & Mrs Joe CAMPBELL of Campbellsburg died this week of brain fever. HCL, Thurs., Aug 29, 1901

CAPLINGER, Jas. T., Mr. & Mrs. of Burgin, KY., 3 yr old son died of Scarlet fever. HCL Fri., Oct. 25, 1901

CARROLL, Mary J. died Jan. 3, 1922, born Apr. 1842 in Louisville, Ky. First md. at age 18 to Mr. W.O. Jackson and later married Mr. Wm. Carroll and moved to New Castle 49 years ago. Survivors: 4 children--W.O. Jackson, County Attorney of Henry County; Dr. Owen Carroll, Ben Carroll, Master Commissioner of Henry County Circuit Court; and Mrs. Louise Masterson, wife of W.W. Masterson, Consul, Plymouth, England. Also eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. [Internment New Castle cemetery.] HCL Fri., Jan. 6, 1922

CHISHOLM, John, a number from this community attended burial of nr Lockport, Fri. HCL Fri., Dec 20., 1901

CLAXON, David Jr. of nr Bethlehem died last week, typhoid fever; interred family burying ground. HCL Thurs., Sep 5 1901

COLLINS, Rachel, 113 years old, died Sunday, Jan. 2, at her home in Sulphur. She was born on Jan. 1, 1831, the daughter of Will Clark and Patsy Moore Clark. Twice married, her first husband was Sam Eddie and they lived in the East End of Henry County. She later married Tom Collins and for many years they lived in Campbellsburg. She moved to Sulphur 27 years ago. Survivors: two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Mahorney, Sulphur and Mrs. Mary Payton, Crestwood; three sons, Will Eddie, Charles Eddie, and Luther Eddie, all of Sulphur. Burial was in the Campbellsburg Cem 2:30 P.M., Tues. HCL Fri., Jan. 7, 1944

COOPER, Davis, 26, only child of Mrs. Annie Cooper, widow, died at her home just west of town last Sun. aft. an illness of typhoid fever. His father, Arch Cooper, died several yrs ago. HCL Fri., Oct. 25, 1901

CORBIN, Eli H., 53 died Fri., the 20th, buried Sat Bro. of James Corbin, C-burg, & Sam Corbin of Worthville. HCL Fri., Sep. 27, 1901

COWHERD, M.G. qualified as adm. of Henrietta Cowherd. HCL Fri., Dec., 13, 1901

CURD--only child died of scarlet fever; then Mrs. Curd's father, Thomas Magruder suffered a fatal stroke of paralysis. HCL Fri, Sep 20, 1901

DITTO, Mrs. Idamae Smith, died Weds., 27 Jul 1994 at the Episcopal Church Home, Louisville, KY. A native of Middlesboro, formerly of Eminence, she was a retired school teacher for 36 years. Survivors: one sister, Mrs. Paul M. (Lola S.) Weberling, Broken Arrow, OK., one brother, David N. Smith, Middlesboro. Preceded in death by her husband, George Shipman Ditto. Interment was in the Pleasureville Cem. Sat., July 30. HCHSQuarterly Mar, 1994

DUPUY, Lucy Jane Thomas, 97, widow of Austin DUPUY, died at Austin, TX. on the 16th inst. She was the youngest daughter of Rowland and Catherine THOMAS, both of whom were native Virginians. She removed to Texona, Texas, in 1872, where she reside until the death of her husband and several of her children, Austin Jr., and Perry Jr., when she removed to Austin, Texas, and began to reside with her daughter Mary BRACKENRIDGE and her husband Major John T. BRACKENRIDGE and there made her home until her death. She was survived by only two children, Dr. Joseph DUPUY, of Gratz, Ky., and Mrs. Brackenridge. Miss Lucy, Bartholomew "Bat", Austin Jr., and Perry Jr., having all died before her death. HCL Fri, Mar.13, 1908

ERSKINS, George 29, died 21 Sep.; md. 5 Sep 1900 Miss Cordie Stivers. Born & reared in Henry Co. Laid to rest at his old home next to his mother. HCL Fri., Sep. 27, 1901

EWING, John, 35, died Weds am. as result of train accident. A brakeman, he fell from the train & was run over, lost both legs. Son of Willis Ewing of Worthville. Leaves a wf & three children. Burial in Cave Hill Cem. HCL Fri., Oct. 25, 1901

FOWLER, Mrs. who recently moved into this community, Independence, died Weds. after several weeks' illness. Interred in chapel grave yard Thurs. HCL Fri., Dec. 1, 1901

FRANKLIN, Charlie Sr., 63, died at his home in Shelbyville, Thus., Apr. 15, 1999. Survivors: wife, Joyce Franklin, Shelbyville; mother: Elsie Franklin, Taylorsville; sons: William Franklin, Matthew Franklin, both of Shelbyville, Charles Franklin Jr., Frankfort, Daryell Scott Franklin, Pleasureville and Anthony Franklin, Crestwood; dau: Pattie Franklin, Ochlocknee, GA.; brother: Bobby Franklin, Taylorsville; sisters: Marilyn Underwood, Frankfort, Doris McGee, Upton, Patsy Rogers, Niles, MI., and Gerleen Skidmore, Shepardsville. Internment was in Grove Hill Cemetery, Shelbyville Sat. Apr. 17, 1999. HCL Weds. Apr 21, 1999.

GAINES, Nancy Mrs., 88, Frankfort, died Tues. am. Funeral services were Weds. 1pm. Mrs. Gaines, eldest dau. of Uncle Barney Gaines; sister of Thomas Gaines & Mrs. Martha & Mrs. Nancy Young of this county. HCL Fri., Oct. 18, 1901

GIBSON, Cletus Lee, 66, of Jeffersonville, IN., died Fri., Apr. 16, 1999 at Transitional Care, Jeffersonville. Survivors: wife: Betty Hack Gibson, Jeffersonville; sons: Cletus Ray Gibson, Jeffersonville, Michael Gibson, LaGrange, Glenual T. Gibson, Jeffersonville and Alvin Thomas Gibson, Pendleton; dau: Effie Christine Deshazier, Jeffersonville; brothers: Jimm Gibson, Louisville, Bradley Gibson, Clarkson, Leslie Gibson, Clarkson, Delmar Gibson, Louisville, Hank Gibson, Clarkson; sisters: Lillian Hurdt, Louisville, Earnestine Lindsey, Leitchfield, Cloretta Aldridge, Clarkson, Doris Jean Wayne, Taylorsville, Judy Zelezney, Richard, Texas, Ora Rinas, Clarkson, and Ileen Saltyman, Braidwood, IL. Internment Sun., Apr. 18, 1999, Gibson Family Cemetery. HCL, Apr 21, 1999

GIVIDEN, Maggie, 14, dau. of Robert Gividen, d. Sat in Old C-burg. HCL Fri., Sep. 27, 1901

GREENWELL, E.J., Mrs, funeral at Antioch Church Mon. attended by Dr. J.A. Robinson & family. HCL Fri., Nov. 22, 1901

GULLION,, Ben 71, of Carroll County, died Thurs. of pneumonia. Leaves two sons & two daughters HCL Fri., Dec 20., 1901

HENSLEY, James, Carroll County, blacksmith living nr Eagle Station, came to town Sat. & was drinking considerably during the day. At midnight he was found on the river front in a dying condition, with a half empty jug beside him. He died shortly aft. being moved. Leaves a wf & several grown children. HCL Fri., Sep. 27, 1901

HENSON, Martha 74, wf of Wm. A. HENSON, Jericho, d. Aug 11. Born and reared in Henry County HCL, Thurs., Aug 22, 1901

HILL, Horace of nr Smithfield d. last Sat., wf Miss Lamaster, sister of our countryman Z.H. LAMASTER; 6 children & 2 brothers., Elzie & Clay HILL HCL, Thurs., Aug 22, 1901

HILL--Mrs. M.J., 83, mother of Prof. B.F. HILL d. at his home in town Fri. 4:30 am. HCL, Thurs., Aug 22, 1901

HORNE, Richard, son of Mr. & Mrs. G.M. Horne, buried Smithfield Sat. HCL Fri., Dec. 1, 1901

HOSKINS--Wm. (Uncle Billy), d. at home of Mrs. James Hoskins last Sat. at 4 pm. 78 yrs old on 15h of last Aug b. Knox County, KY. in 1828. 1st m. Miss Banton, she d. in Knox Co. Aft. moving to Lockport he m. Miss Amanda Russell, she d. 25 yrs ago. Buried in Lockport. Lvs. two sons & a daug: James, John & Mrs. Ella Jones of Eminence. HCL Fri., Sep 13 1901

HUNTER, William, 75, died Tues. Apr. 13, 1999 at his res. In Trimble Co. Survivors: wf: Mary J. "Johnnie" Wilkinson Hunter, Pendleton; son: Robert, Pendleton; sister: Mary Rickard, Madisonville. Interment, Thurs. Apr 19, Valley of Rest Cemetery, LaGrange, KY.HCL, Weds., Apr 21, 1999

KEPHART, Mrs. Mary E. 60 June 16 last, of N. P'ville died at her home Sep 7. Maiden name Shockency. Husb. Thomas, died some years ago. Lvs. four sons W.T., J.E., W.F., & J.G. & one dau Mrs. Elijah Basye wf of the well known wholesale grocer of L'ville. Mrs. K was born & reared in Henry Co. Buried Pleasureville Cem Sep 8. HCL Fri., Sep 13 1901

KING, Allie, son of T.C. King died in Kansas City, buried Carrollton. HCL Fri., Oct. 11, 1901

KING, Harry, Colored, infant child of, buried here Mon. HCL Fri., Sep. 27, 1901

LaMASTER, Sophronia, Mrs., 69 died 3rd inst.; made her home with son B.J. LaMaster; son Dr. Walter LaMaster of MO. & dau Mrs. Hill who only recently lost her husband. HCL Fri., Oct. 11, 1901

LeCOMPTE, Sarah, Mrs., died at her home Sun. in Shelby County. HCL Fri., Oct. 4, 1901

LEE, Will Mrs., who lived in Trimble county, died Sat. am. & Ben COMBS, sick eleven weeks with typhoid fever, died Sat. 4pm. Both funerals here Sun. in Campbellsburg Cem. Bro. L.M. Theobald conducted both services, one immediately after the other. HCL Fri., Nov. 1, 1901

LOVE, Joseph Thomas, colored, qualified as adm. of Devore Love. HCL Fri., Dec. 1, 1901

MAIDEN, -Wm., Carroll County was shot & killed Sat. last, nr. Monterey, by Dave Morgan, in dispute over a trifle. HCL Fri., Sep. 27, 1901

MOORE, John, an old citizen of Eminence died Sun. night. HCL Fri., Dec. 1, 1901

MORSE, Zerelda, Jas. G. Scott qualified as adm. of. HCL Fri., Dec., 13, 1901

MORRIS, J. Jones Fletcher, Died, at his home on New Castle & Pendleton pike, Nov. 23 at 7 am. Mr. Morris, 69 yrs, 8 mo. & 2 days was born in South Hampton county, VA., came to KY. when a boy, settling in Oldham county, where he resided until spring of 1899, when he removed to his late res. The fourth of ten children. He was md. Jan. 3, 1860 to Lucy Wright, of Trimble County. He leaves. a wf. & four children--three daus. & a son: Mrs. Minnie Anderson, Mrs. Lillie Beetem, Laura & Luther Morris; also three sisters & one brother. Interment at Sligo Cem. Sun., Nov. 24. HCL Fri., Dec. 1, 1901

MURPHY--Estell, 30, died at home of father, Phil S. Murphy nr Sulphur Ky. Nov. 11 at 12 o'clock of Typhoid fever. Interred Sulphur I.O.O.F. Cem.. HCL Fri., Nov. 22 & 29, 1901

PEYTON, Edward, 21, son of Andy Peyton, died of typhoid fever, Dec 7. Buried at Grub Ridge church at 11 o'clock Sun. am. HCL Fri., Dec., 13, 1901

PREWETT, A.J. died about a month ago from the kick of a mule. J.W. Jones, Pacific Mutual Life Ins. handed Mrs. Mary I. Prewett a check for $1000. HCL Fri, Sep 20, 1901

RAISOR, G.J., lost a small child by death a few days ago. HCL Fri., Dec 20., 1901

RAMEY--Thomas M., 49, of Eminence, died 6 pm Mon. Leaves a wife who was Miss Gould before marriage; two dau. & a son. Funeral was Tues. 2 pm. Two brothers survive: Jas. R. Ramey of Carroll county & Walter Ramey of TN. Only sister is Mrs. R.L. Bond, of Carroll County. HCL Fri., Dec 20., 1901

RENFRO, Mary Hornbeck Mrs., wf of Dr. C.J. Renfro, died Weds., buried Thur. at Eminence. Leaves two children. HCL Fri., Nov. 22, 1901

ROBERTS, James died Oct 19th at home nr Lead Mines. HCL Fri., Oct. 25, 1901

ROBINSON, J.B. found dead on the Drennon road on the morning of Jul 21; Allie Shoemaker is the alleged slayer. HCL Fri., Sep 13 1901

RUTHERFORD, Harry, brother-in-law of T.C. King died in Madison, IN., buried at Corn Creek in Trimble Co. Mon. HCL Fri., Oct. 11, 1901

RYAN, Annie Laura, 97, of Adairville, died Apr. 14, 1999 at the Oxford Manor Nursing Home, Haverhill, Mass. Survivors: sons: Marshall N. Ryan, Jr., Memphis, and John Ryan, Lockport; dau: Jean Bailey, Atkinson, NH; sister: Margaret Morrow, Nashville. She was proceeded in death by her husb., Marshall N. Ryan. Internment, Tues, Apr 20, 1999 Greenwood Cem., Adairville. HCL Wed. Apr 21, 1999

SAXTON, Harry, 8, son of Thomas E. of nr Smithfield, accidentally shot by his brother Harvey Fri. 29th inst., died two hours later. They were hunting on their father's farm. HCL Fri., Nov. 29, 1901

SCOTT, Chas. T. of nr. C-Burg d. at his res. Tues AM. HCL Thurs., Sep 5 1901

SCOTT, Mrs. Chas. T. remains of interred here a number of yrs ago will soon be exhumed and taken to C-burg to be laid beside her husband's body which was lately buried there. HCL Fri., Sep 13 1901

SHOEMAKE, Sam, 19; d: 10:30pm on the 13th inst. of typhoid fever. interred Antel grave yard. HCL Fri, Sep 20, 1901

SMITH, J.J of nr. Pendleton,died Tues. night Nov. 5, at home with paralysis. HCL Fri., Nov. 22, 1901

STEELE, Martha Bedford, 92, New Castle died Mon., Nov. 28, 1994 at her residence. A native of Clark County, a charter member of the Henry County Historical Society, Bland Ballard DAR and the New Castle Christian Church. Survivors: three daughters: Mrs. Chester (Emily) HAGGARD, Hazel Green, AL.; Mrs. James (Martha) MEADOR, Austin, TX.; and Mrs. Gordon (Betty) SITHER, Palm Beach, FL.; two sons: Richard D. STEELE and John Bedford STEELE, both of Campbellsburg. She was preceded in death by her husband, Roger Shirley STEELE. Burial Thurs.. Dec.1st, Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, KY.

STRAUGHAN, James, a prominent farmer, about 75, who lived nr Eminence, died Mon. HCL Fri., Dec. 1, 1901

SULLIVAN, Child of, age 3, Mrs. & Mrs. Sullivan of Sand Ripple, died Fri., the 13th, from a burn. HCL Fri., Dec 20., 1901

SUTHERLAND, Q., 70, died Dec. 4th, buried at Franklinton. HCL Fri., Dec., 13, 1901

TAYLOR, John died Fri 16 Aug, youngest son of Mr & Mrs. W.M. Taylor. HCL, Thurs., Aug 29, 1901

TENNEY, Sue, 60, died Tues. Apr. 13, 1999, Ocala, FL. A native of Henry County. Survivors: husb., Robert E. Tenney, Lake Lake; brother: Wm. E. Berry, Port Royal; sister: Artie Messemer, Indianapolis. Arrangements were handled by National Cremation Society, Lake Lake. A memorial service was held in Ft. Myers.

THAMANN, little dau of Mr. & Mrs. Henry Thamann died in Indpls. buried in Carrollton Sat. HCL Fri., Oct. 11, 1901

TINGLE--Greenberry died at home of son, W.L.Tingle Sat the 7th, buried Port Royal Sun. Wf is dau of Uncle Billie Coblin nr Pt Royal she died abt.12 yrs ago. HCL Fri., Sep 13 1901

WALKER, Luther, 42, died Sat. Nov. 9, md. Sallie Pryor six years ago. Leaves a wf, dau., aged mother and one brother. HCL Fri., Nov. 22, 1901

WALKER, Sallie, widow of L.D. Walker, qualified as adm. of his estate Thurs. HCL Fri., Dec. 1, 1901

WHITEHEAD, T.C., 4, died last evening, son of Edw. Whitehead, the deputy sheriff; he has always been an invalid. HCL Fri, Sep 20, 1901

WINBURN, Thomas, little babe of, died nr. Sligo on Mon, Nov 11. HCL Fri., Nov. 22, 1901

ABRAMS, John, 21, died in Franklinton precinct, Thurs. of last wk. of consumption. HCL Fri Jan 10, 1902

BERRY, J.S. died at his home nr. Port Royal, Sat., Jan. 11th, aged 58 yrs. The services were conducted by the Masonic fraternity & Rev. L.S. Chilton. Born & reared within one mile of where he died, he leaves a widow, two sons, and three daugs. HCL Fri. Jan. 17, 1902

BUTCHER, Allan, 80, of Carrollotn, was buried Vance Thurs. HCL Fri Jan 10, 1902

CAMPBELL, Rev. son-in-law of Thomas Pyles, well known in this county and in Carroll. Rev. L.S. Chilton was called to Worthville Sat. to preach the funeral sermon of. HCL Fri., Feb. 14, 1902

CARR, Isabel, Miss, 66, sister of David Carr, died at her sister's house at Franklinton, Mon. Funeral Tues. HCL Fri., Jan 31, 1902

CHILTON, Parthena, about 68, died Sun. at her son's, after several months of suffering with consumption. Interred in family burying ground at Charlie Chilton's. Leaves a son and a daughter. HCL Fri Jan 3, 1902

CORBIN, George, little son of Luther Corbin, died. 11 a.m. Sun. Jan. 12, from effects of measles. He was between 3 & 4 years of age. Interred in the New Castle Cem. Mon. afternoon. HCL Fri. Jan. 17, 1902 & Jan 31, 1902

CRIM, Nancy, 66 d. Sun Jan 19 wdo, of James Crim. Sister of J. S. Berry, who died one wk. ago, and the last of the Berry family, Port Royal. Wm. Crim & family & James Hamp Jones & wf. attended her burial Mon. Mrs. Crim was the former's step-mother. HCL Fri. Jan. 24, 1902

DEVORE, Nap, Mrs., remains were interred in the Port Royal cemetery Friday. She lived in Moxley, Owen county. HCL Fri., Feb. 7, 1902

DUNCAN, Harvey, Eminence, died Wed., 6 pm. of consumption and will be buried today. HCL Fri Jan 10, 1902

FOREE, Sarah B., 46, wife of Silas Foree died Jan. 30. Services held at the Port Royal Baptist church by Rev. Huey. HCL Fri., Feb. 7, 1902

GATEWOOD, Wm. J. Mrs. aged 50 Dec. 24th; recent Trimble County deaths: Dec. 26th, Frank Spillman, aged 83; Dec. 21st, Elizabeth Perkinson, aged 79; Dec. 21st Robert Whitaker, aged 70.

GILTNER, William Fairleigh, 67, Pres. of the Henry County Historical Society died Mon., Apr. 10, 1995 at his res. in Eminence after an illness. He was a native of Shelby County. Survived by his wife, Carolyn Arnold Giltner, Eminence, two daughters: June Giltner Greenwell, Lexington; and Carol Leigh Giltner, Austin, Tx.; two sons: Robert Carleton Giltner, Shelby County; and William Fairleigh Giltner Jr., Louisville; and five grandchilrden. Internment was in the Eminence Cemetery Thurs., Apr. 13. HCHSQuarterly June, 1995

GOULD, N. W., president of the Farmers' and Drovers Bank, of this place died suddenly at noon Sun. in a chair at his residence. He was abt. 70, a native of New York, but had resided in KY since 1845. He left a wf. and three daughters, Mrs. Joseph Woodruff and Mrs. Thomas N. Ramey, of Eminence and Mrs. C. S. Porter, of Somerset, KY. Burial will take place Wed. at 10 a.m. HCL Fri. Jan. 17, 1902

GRAVES, Ella, Old Campbellsburg, died Weds. morning. due to burns, sustained Mon. night standing to near a fire her clothing caught fire. Funeral was Thurs. Sister of Tom and Sam Graves. HCL Fri Jan 10, 1902

HARTMAN, Julia, died in her 19th year, dau. of Chris Hartman. HCL Fri. Jan. 24, 1902

HUGLEY, George died Dec 21 1901 at Tullahoma, TN. Son of Jacob Hugley, one of nine children, the only one of whom now living is Mrs. Susan Connell. Mr. Hugley md. Judith Ellis in 1854 who survives with four children--Mrs. E.D. Foree of Louisville; Mrs. Dr. Fleming and Mrs. Dr. Smith, of Tullahoma, TN; Miss Ruzio and James E. Hugley of this place[Henry Co. KY]. Would have been 77 in one week. Remains interred here on the 23rd after short services at the house, conducted by Rev. T.J. Godbey. HCL Fri Jan 3, 1902

KELLY, Francis, Mrs., 84 yrs one mon and 3 days, died at her home nr. N. Pleasureville Thurs. Jan. 2. Funeral Sun. Born & reared in Henry county and was originally a Kephart. Married three times: 1st to Permenus Johnston, next to Abe Nichols and last to James F. Kelly. No children. Personals--John R. Jonstone, of Summer Co., KS. came to the county to attend the funeral of his step mother, Mrs. Kelley HCL Fri Jan 10, 1902

MADDOX, Zach, 42, died suddenly Weds. Probably heart trouble. Leaves a wife and eight children by a former wife. Smithfield, HCL Fri., Jan 31, 1902

MAHORNEY, George 65, died at his daughters' in Trimble. Buried at Mt. Gilead Sat. afternoon. Sons: Elmer and John. HCL Fri., Feb. 14, 1902

MARTIN, Mrs., mother of Tom Martin; died last Tues., at the res. of her son, in the old burg. She was quite old and had been ill for some time. A short service was held at the house, and her remains were laid away in the Campbellsburg Masonic Cemetery. HCL Fri., Jan 31, 1902

MERCHANT, Wm. P. (Lucy) Mrs., died suddenly at her home Sulphur Mon. at 11 o'clock A.M. She had been in bad health about a year. She leaves a husband and three children. Buried at Sligo Tuesday afternoon HCL Fri., Feb. 7, 1902 & Feb. 14, 1902

MOODY, Florence, Miss, Eminence passed away the day before Christmas. HCL Fri Jan 3, 1902

MORRIS, Nannie, wf. of J.A. Morris, died at thirty three minutes past three p.m. Jan. 14, 1902. She joined the church at Hillsboro in 1870. Remains were placed in the family grave yard. HCL Fri. Jan. 24, 1902

NEAL, four-months old baby of Mr and Mrs George Neal died, on the 23rd inst. Interment at the Campbellsburg cemetery. HCL Fri Jan 3, 1902

NORTON, Ann G. Norton Mrs., will was probated last Mon. Bulk of her estate went to son, Wm. F. Norton, Jr. One hundred dollars a year to go to Bapt. Orphans' Home. HCL Fri Jan 10, 1902

PARMER, Lucinda, Mrs., colored, burned to death last Tues. by accidentally catching her clothing on fire. Campbellsburg: HCL Fri., Feb. 14, 1902

PAYTON, Katherine, wdo. of Joe Payton, an old lady, died on Flat Creek, Fri., Jan. 3rd. LeComptes Bottom HCL Fri. Jan. 17, 1902

PERRY, Lucy, Aunt, died at her home, Fri., Feb. 3. An octogenarian her remains were interred in the old church yard Sat. Port Royal HCL Fri., Feb. 14, 1902

RAISOR, Edward, 12, son of Jo Tom Raisor, died Weds. from the effect of some unk. brain disease. Franklinton, HCL Fri., Feb. 14, 1902

RINER, Ida May, 5, youngest dau. of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Riner. died Mon., Jan. 26th at 11am. Pleasureville, HCL Fri., Jan 31, 1902

SEWELL, George, died Tues. night at 8 o'clock. with pneumonia. One of the oldest members of the Bethlehem M.E. Church. After the Masons ceremony, the remains were laid in the Sewell cemetery. HCL Fri., Feb. 14, 1902

SHUCK, Child of Harve Shuck died from burns. Old Town, Pleasureville. HCL Fri Jan 3, 1902

SKIDMORE, Charlie, three year old child of, was buried Vance Fri. Sick only a few days with pneumonia. HCL Fri Jan 10, 1902

SMITH, Dick, Uncle, died last Fri. night, at his home nr. Point Pleasant. Interred in the Point Pleasant Cem. HCL Fri., Feb. 7, 1902

SMOOT, Thomas, 79, died at his home about two miles from town, North Pleasureville. last Mon. morning from the effects of a fall about a week ago while he was going from the house to the barn. Leaves a wife and eleven children. Funeral services at the home Thurs. Internment at the Pleasureville Cem. HCL Fri., Feb. 14, 1902

SPILLMAN, Lirza, 86, wife of Francis Spillman, Sr., who died about a month ago, aged 84 years. Funeral services at the res. on the 26th inst. Remains laid to rest in the family cem. at home. HCL Fri., Feb. 7, 1902

TILLER, John and his two sisters died. Three deaths in one family-Sulphur--During a recent rain that blew into the house, and froze under the carpet, all in the family took pneumonia and have died. Miss Julia died on the 10th, Miss Lucy on the 14th and John on the 15th. They were all well advanced in years and all unmarried. HCL Fri. Jan. 17, 1902

TINGLE, B. W. (Hessie), Mrs. who died Jan 6 Rev. Merrill Clubb preached the funeral Franklinton HCL Fri., Feb. 14, 1902

TINGLE, James, died Sun. night Turners Station; father, of Mrs. James Hamp Jones. Burial Tues. at 11 am. HCL Fri. Jan. 17, 1902

TINGLE, James, Mrs. 75, died Jan 12, of heart disease, being sick only from Thurs. until Sun. Funeral services at the house, by Rev. L.B. Chilton after which the remains were laid to rest in the family burying grounds at Uncle Stewart Nevill's. The Masons had charge of the funeral. HCL Fri. Jan. 17, 1902

WARNER, John, Infant daughter of, interred in New Castle Cem. Mon. afternoon. HCL Fri Jan 10, 1902

WASHBURN, Lou, Mrs., 19, d.ied Tues. of consumption, at her father-in laws on Mill Creek, and was buried Wed. at Stewart Nevill's. Married abt. 15 months. HCL Fri. Jan. 17, 1902

WAY, Jerome B., Carroll County, who was struck on the head by a chair in the hands of Andrew Sullivan on Tues. of last week, died at the res. of his brother-in-law, Jos. P. Blackwell, on Sat. morning at a quarter before 5 o'clock, never regaining consciousness. Services were Sun. at 1 o'clock at the res of Jos. P. Blackwell by Rev. Jos. Greenwell. Internment by the Odd Fellows of English lodge, of which he was a member and the Noble Grand. HCL Fri., Jan 31, 1902

Anderson, Russell W. "Andy", age 74, of Shelbyville died Tues., Apr. 25, 2000 on I-64 near White Sulfur Springs, W.V. He was the son of the late George W and Jessie McElwee Anderson, an Army veteran of World War II, a member of Howard Lodge #15 Odd Fellows and Shelbyville First Baptist Church where he served as a deacon.

 

He is survived by two sons: Russell Wayne Anderson, Shelbyville and Lee Roy Anderson Sr., Griffith, IN; four sisters: Lois McKee and Jessie Brumback, both of Winchester, VA. and Alice Wood and Marilyn Brewer, both of Long Branch, N. J.; two brothers: Andrew W. Anderson and Charles D. Anderson, both of Winchester, VA.; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

 

Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Sat., Apr. 29, at First Baptist Church, Shelbyville. Dr. Ed Erwin officiated. Interment was in Grove Hill Cem. HCL Weds., May 3, 2000

 

Browning, Bertha C., age 91, of Bedford, formerly of LaGrange, died Weds., Feb.16, 2000 at Bedford Health Care Center. She was a native of Winchester, the daughter of the late Wylie Hayden and Martha Baber Christopher, a psychiatric aide at Central State Hospital and a member of Bedford Spring Church.

 

She is survived by one son, James T. Baker, Pleasureville; two daus.: Bethel Walker, Campbellsburg; and Cotinnea B. Tingle, Sevierville, TN.; one sister, Effie Boone, Winchester; 14 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.

 

Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Fri., Feb. 18, at Arch L. Heady Radcliffe Funeral Home, LaGrange. Rev. Jim Justice, Bedford Spring Church, officiated. Burial was in Valley of Rest Cem., LaGrange. HCL Weds. Feb. 23, 2000

 

Bright, Newton Jr., the infant dau. of, died Tues. and was buried Thurs. morning. HCL Fri Jan 22, 1904

 

Crouch, Annie Mrs., of Sugar Creek, Owen County, is dead, leaving a husb. and three children. HCL Fri Jan 22, 1904

 

Downey, Sophia J., age87 of New Castle, formerly of Franklinton, died Thurs. Apr. 16, 1998 at Tri-County Baptist Hospital, LaGrange. She was the daughter of the late William Riley and Eliza Jane Aldridge, and a member of First Baptist Church, New Castle.

 

She is survived by one son, George Downey, Peru, IN.; three grandchildren; two step grandchildren and three nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband Walter Leslie Downey.

 

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Sun., Apr. 19, at Prewitt Funeral Home, New Castle. Dr. David Charlton, Pastor of the New Castle First Baptist Church, officiated. Interment was in Franklinton Cemetery. HCL Weds Apr 22, 1998

 

Druin, Reba, age 54, of Shelbyville died Thurs., May 25, 2000 at her res. She was the dau. of the late Cecil Leroy and Nellie Elizabeth Winters Nichols. She was a homemaker, former employee of AFL, Roses Department Store and a dental assistant to Dr. Walter Logan. She was a member of Highland Baptist Church.

 

She is survived by her husb., Raymond Druin, Shelbyville; two sons, Chris Druin, Shelbyville, and Michael Druin, Frankfort; one bro., Philip Nichols, Louisville; one sister, Emily Wolf, Pleasureville; and two grandchildren.

 

Funeral services were held Sat., May 27 at Hall-Taylor Funeral Home, Shelbyville with burial in Grove Hill Cem. Rev. Bill George and Bro. Frank Penniger officiated. HCL Weds., May 31, 2000

 

Durrett, Lou, Aunt, Smithfield, one of the oldest colored women of the community died Sunday evening. She was about 90 years old. Turners Station: Ephraim Derritt, colored, attended the burial of his mother in Smithfield Mon. Deceased was nearly a century old. HCL Fri Jan 22, 1904

 

Heightchew, Walter Hubert, age 64, of Pleasureville died suddenly Sat., Apr 29, 2000 at Jewish Hospital Shelbyville. He was the son of the late Herbert and Rosa Ann Carter Heightchew, owner of Pleasureville Hardware, former chief of Pleasureville Fire Department and member of Union Baptist Church.

 

He is survived by his wife, Norma Jean McAlister Heightchew, Pleasureville; three sons: Wayne Heightchew, Sparta; Mike Heightchew and Barry Heightchew, both of Pleasureville; two brothers: R.W. Heightchew, Lawrenceburg and Hollis Heightchew, New Castle; one sister, Etta Mae Auxier, Pleasureville; ten grandchildren; one great-granddaughter and several nieces and nephews.

 

Services were at 1 p.m. Tues., May 2, at Sholar Funeral Home. Rev. Hayward Yeary officiated. Burial was in Pleasureville Cem. HCL Weds., May 3, 2000

 

Hord, Lysander, Judge, of Frankfort, is dead at the age of 87. HCL Fri Jan 22, 1904

 

Jones, Donald Morrison, age 56, of Taylorsville, formerly of Pleasureville, died Fri., Apr. 28, 2000 at Jewish Hospital Shelbyville. He was a native of Jeffersontown and a member of Seventh Day Adventist Church, Shelbyville.

 

He is survived by his mother, Gladys Wallace Jones, Taylorsville; two brothers: Everett Jones, Pleasureville; and Wallace Wheeler, Taylorsville; one sister, Gail Wheeler Thomas, Arkansas; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Bud Morrison Jones.

 

Services were at 2 p.m. Sun., Apr. 30, at Sholar Funeral Home. Burial was in Pleasureville Cem. HCL Weds May 3, 2000

 

Kelley, George William "G.W.", age 62 of Eminence died Sun., May 28, 2000 at Jewish Hosptial, Shelbyville. He was the son of the late Prentice and Blance Holmes Kelley, retired from US Government Dept. of Defense, an Army Vet., a KY Colonel and a member of American Legion Post #9.

 

He is survived by his wife, Frances Booth Kelley, Eminence; two sons, Ricky Kelley, LaGrange and Greg Kelley, Eminence; one half brother, Forest Ray Kelley, Madison, IN.; one sister, Mary Lou Spear, Eminence; one half sister, Wilma Linker, Louisville; one granddaughter and several nieces and nephews.

 

Services were held Thurs., June 1 at Sholar Funeral Home. Rev. Ed Berry, Rev. Arvill Duncan and Dan Luttrell officiated. Special music by Tish Berry and Terri Vaughn. Burial in the Eminence Cem. HCL Weds May 31, 2000

 

Mann, Charlie, age 82, of New Castle died Weds., May 24, 2000 at the Bedford Health Care Center, Bedford. He was a native of Jamestown and formerly of Russell Springs. He was the son of the late Herbert M. and Bertha N. Wooldridge Man. He was a retired construction worker for 40 years and a member of the Church of God, Russell Springs.

 

He is survived by one son, Gayle Mann, New Castle; one sister, Lillian Mann, Louisville; one brother, Eldrige Mann, Noblesville, IN.; two grandchildren and three gr-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Matria Stephens Mann.

 

Graveside services were held Fri., May 26 at the Russell County Memorail Gardens. Dr. David Charlton, pastor of the First Baptist Church, New Castle officiated. HCL Weds May 31, 2000

 

Meadows, Iverson, 84 died Weds at the home of H.C. Bevarly, nr. Campbelllsburg. Mr. Meadows was born in VA Oct 9, 1820 but had lived in this section of KY since he was small boy– most of the time in Carroll county. His wife, who was Miss Massa J. Ewing, died in 1892. They had no children. but they raised Mrs. Bevarly from childhood,. James Meadows of Pleasureville is a brother and Mrs. Susan Batts of Port Royal is his sister. Gabe Meadows is a half brother and Mrs. Fannie Chilton, and Mrs. Sallie Jones are half sisters-- the latter living in Indiana. Mr. Meadows will be buried today at Port Royal. HCL Fri., Jan. 15 1904

 

MaGruder, George Travis, age 84, of Pleasureville, died April 30, 2000 at Jewish Hospital, Shelbyvile, KY. He was the son of the late E.O. and Austia List MaGruder. He was a WWII Marine Corp veteran, a retired state worker and farmer, a member of the Pleasureville Masonic Lodge #410, the Pleasureville United Methodist Church and a member of the Henry County Historical Society.

 

He is survived by his wife, Josephine MaGruder; two sons: George Travis MaGRuder Jr., Versailles and Kenneth Lee MaGruder, Pleasureville; one sister Nell MaGruder Pollard, Pleasureville, four grandchildren, five great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

 

Masonic services were held on Tues. May 2nd. Funeral services were held Weds., May 3rd at Sholar Funeral Home and burial in the Pleasureville Cemetery. HCL Weds, May 3, 2000

 

Massie, Charles died of uremic poison last Fri. at the home of Mr. Gus Beazley, after an illness of one week. Mr. Massie was an old Confederate soldier, was born in VA. stranded in KY after the war, lost his wife and three children in his early manhood, and has been a lonely man since. He had been in this county perhaps three years, working as a farm hand at Mr. W.T. Gaines. He had an adopted son, named John W. Dixon somewhere in Tennessee from whom he heard occasionally and who always sent him money. Mr. Massie held a cert. in the Harrison Burial Assoc. and was buried Sat. afternoon by the Assoc. HCL Fri Jan 15 1904

 

Merchant, Wood, aged 68 years, is dead at his home in Frankfort. HCL Fri Jan 15 1904

 

Moore, J.A., 63, of Owen County, died Jan. 14th of apoplexy. His father lives at the age of 91. HCL Fri Jan 22, 1904

 

Nay, Jewel H., age 76, of LaGrange died Thurs., Feb. 17, 2000 at her home. She was a native of Oldham Co., the dau. of the late W.A. and Hariett Danforth Horne, a homemaker and member of DeHaven Memorial Baptist Church, LaGrange.

 

She is survived by two dau.: Dianne Callis, Campbellsburg and Carla Baker, Sligo; two sisters: Joel Priest, LaGrange and Kathleen Wilhoyte, Prospect; and four grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Canton T. "Jiggs" Nay.

 

Funeral services were at 1 p.m. Sat., Feb. 19, at Arch L. Heady Radcliffe Funeral Home, LaGrange. Rev. Robert Franklin, Sligo Baptist Church, officiated. Burial was in Valley of Rest Cemetery, LaGrange. HCL Weds. Feb. 23, 2000

 

Noel, Vernon, age 79, of Smithfield died Tues., Feb. 15, 2000 at Jewish Hospital Shelbyville. He was a native of Gallatin Co.; the son of the late Roscoe and Emma Dalton Noel, a retired auto mechanic for 39 years and a member of the Christian Church, Gallatin Co.

 

He is survived by his wife, Rita Moore Noel, Smithfield; one dau., Mrs. Joe (Janie) Bramblett, Pendleton; two sons: Douglas Noel, LaGrange and Elbert Noel, Campbellsburg; one sister, Goldie Wainscott, Dry Ridge; 11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

 

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Thurs., Feb. 17, at Prewitt New Castle Funeral Home. Rev. Ed Life, pastor of Smithfield Baptist Church, officiated. Interment was in Smithfield Cem. HCL Weds. Feb. 23, 2000

 

Owen, Emma H. Miss, of Shelby County died after an illness of only three days of bronchial pneumonia, Sat. of last week. HCL Fri Jan 15 1904

 

Parrish, Eliza J., 68, died Sat. at the Shelbyville hospital. She formerly made her home nr. Eminence.

 

She is survived by her husb., A.W. Parrish, two daus.: Mrs. Pearl Clark, Plesureville, and Mrs. Sophia Downey, Franklinton. Three sons: John W. Aldridge, Shelbyville, Melvin Kenneth Aldridge, Lancaster, and Alvie Aldridge; one brother: Humphrey Aldridge, Pleasureville.

 

Funeral services were conducted at the Church of God in Shelbyville at 10:30 a.m. Monday with Rev. S.R. Burrows officiating. Interment was in the Eminence Cem. HCL Fri., Jan. 25, 1952

 

Perry, William Earl, age 87, of Turners Station died Thurs., Apr. 27, 2000 at Tri County Baptist Hospital, LaGrange. He was a native of Henry County, the son of the late Arthur and Nora Tingle Perry, a World War II veteran of the US Army and a member of Turners Station Christian Church.

 

He is survived by his wife, Mary C. Mahoney Perry, Turners Station; one son, Earl Wayne Perry, Pendleton; two daughters: Darlene Minor, Madison, IN., and Rita Mayse, Campbellsburg; one brother, Charles Harold Perry, Carrollton; three sisters: Pauline Tate, Campbellsburg; Kathleen Baker and Ruby McManis, both of Turners Station; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one grandson.

 

Funeral services were at 2 p.m. Sun., Apr. 30, at Ransdell Funeral Home. Rev. Carl Rucker and Rev. Robert Franklin officiated.. Burial was in Campbellsburg Cem. HCL Weds., May 3, 2000

 

Phipps, Dustin Wade, age 26 of Louisville died Thurs., May 25 in Louisville. He was a member of Cane Run Baptist Church.

 

He is survived by his parents, Mildred and Raleigh Phipps, Jr., Louisville; one brother, Brandon Phipps, Louisville, one step-brother, Anthony Phipps, Louisville, one step-sister, Cindy Pacey, Louisville and his grandmother, Bethel Walker, Sulphur.

 

Services were held Sun., May 28 at Arch L. Heady Radcliffe Funeral Home, LaGrange. Rev. Terry Stallard of 18 Mile Baptist Church officiated. Burial was in Valley of Rest Cem., LaGrange. HCL May 31, 2000

 

Raisor, Noel T., age 76, of Vero Beach, FL, formerly of Campbellsburg, died Tues. apr. 25, 2000 at Indian River Memorial Hospital. He was a native of Campbellsburg, a World War II veteran of the Army Air Corp, a clerk for the US Post Office, Campbellsburg, owned a television sales and repair business and was a member of Masonic Lodge #249 and Campbellsburg Baptist Church.

 

He is survived by one son, Larry Raisor, Vero Beach, FL.; one brother, Kenneth Raisor, Brownstown, IN.; one sister, Mildred Ellegoode, LaGrange; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

 

Funeral services were Sat., Apr. 29, at 11 a.m. at Ransdell Funeral Home, Campbellsburg. Rev. Carl Rucker officiated. Interment was in Campbellsburg Cem. HCL Weds., May 3, 2000

 

Shannon, Katie Freeman Mrs., of Oldham County, died of pneumonia Tues. of last week, she leaves a husb. and three small children and her parents. HCL Fri Jan 22, 1904

 

Shannon, Roy J., age 95, of New Castle died Weds., Apr. 26, 2000 at Jewish Hospital, Shelbyville. He was the son of the late John W. and Maggie Sewell Shannon, a retired farmer and carpenter and member of Berea Christian Church.

He is survived by two daughters: Mrs. James (Margaret) Holcomb Satterly and Marie Crawford, both of New Castle; one sister, Fannie Spear, Bethlehem; 15 grandchildren; 42 great-grandchildren and 18 great-great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife, Ida Rodgers Shannon; two sons: James and Bill Shannon.

 

Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Fri., Apr. 28, at Prewitt New Castle Funeral Home. Rev. Nick Coleman, Sulphur, officiated. Interment was in Louisville Memorial Gardens East, Oldham Co. HCL Weds. May 3, 2000

 

Snook, Gladys, age 88 of Louisville, formerly of LaGrange, died Sun., April 23, 2000 at Twinbrook Nursing Home. She was the former Gladys Selb, a retired sales associate for Shillitos Department Store and a member of Sierra Club and Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church.

 

She is survived by one daughter, Maureen Brown, Louisville; one son, Pat Snook, Cincinnati; four grandchildren; four great-grandchildren and one nephew. She was preceded in death by her husband, J.E. "Buster" Snook.

 

Funeral services were at 10:30 a.m. Thurs., Apr. 27, at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church. Burial in Calvary Cem.

HCL Weds., May 3, 2000

 

Southworth, T.S. of Carroll County died. HCL Fri Jan 22, 1904

 

Tingle, Russell (R.S.), age 79, of Bedford died Sun., Apr. 30, 2000 at Tn-County Baptist Hospital. He was a native of Washington Co., the son of the late Avery Oldham and Clara Louise Benham Tingle, a retired employee of Kawneer Company, Carrollton, for 20 years and a member of Poplar Ridge Baptist Church, Trimble Co.

 

He is survived his wife, Agnes Ricketts Tingle, Bedford; two daus: Virginia Snydr, Bedford; Mrs. Michael (Jo Ann) Higbe, New Washington, IN.; two sons: Russell Shelton Tingle Jr., Bedford; James Rodney Tingle, LaGrange; four sisters: Lucille Ricketts, Scottsburg, IN.; Juanita Rucker, Mrs. Larry (Linda) Ingabrand and Sue Sweazy, all of Campbellsburg; one brother, Marvin O. Tingle, LaGrange; seven grandchildren; ten great-grandchildren and one great-great-granddaughter.

 

Funeral services will held Weds., May 3 at 2 p.m. at Prewitt New Castle Funeral Home. Brother Paul J. Limato Jr., pastor of Poplar Ridge Baptist Church, Bedford officiated. Rev. Johnny McDowell, pastor of Mount Pleasant Methodist Church, Bedford, assisted. Interment will be in New Castle Cem. HCL, Weds. May 3, 2000

 

Toon, Harvy B., a life long res. of Owen county, died Sat. of last week and was buried at New Liberty. He was 75 years of age. HCL Fri Jan 22, 1904

 

Walenczyk, Stanley John Jr., age 63, of Auburndale, FL., died Thurs., May 25, 2000 at Winter Haven Hosp. He was a carpenter and a musician. He was a memberof St. Joseph's Catholic Church and a Marine veteran.

 

He is survived by his wife, Joy Wilson, Auburndale, two daus., Dna Emily, Lagrange and Cheryl Gawryck, Nebraska; three sons, Robert Allen Early, Wadd, David Eugene Early, Shelbyville and Daniel Joseph Gawryck, Texas; his father, Stanley J. Walenczyk, Sr., Lake Alfred, FL.; one brother, Robert Walenczyk, Minnesota; and seven grandchildren.

 

A memorial mass was held at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Winter Haven. Arrangements were by Kersey Funeral Home, Auburndale. HCL Weds May 31, 2000

 

Walker Wm. , Mrs., Sulphur, died Sun. night of erysipeias. She had been ill for two weeks, but had been doing well until Sat. night, when she grew worse. The disease madeits way to her throat causing suffocation. Her three sons, Morris Walker of this place; Asa Walker of Hopkins county; Jim Walker, of Birmingham, Ala., were all at her bedside, besides her sister, Mrs. Sophronia Martin, Messrs. Will Hancock, Tom Hancock, Pleasureville; R.A. Hancock, Louisville. Funeral at the Baptist church Tues. morning. HCL, Fri., Jan 15, 1904

 

Wallace, Eugene O., age 78, of Leopold, IN. died Tues., May 23, 2000 at Perry Co. Memorial Hosp., Tell City, IN. He was a native of Henry County and the son of the late Joseph and Bertha Raisor Wallace. He was a carpenter, a famrer and a World War II vet.

 

He is survived by his wife, Hazel Wallace, Leopold; four sons, James Wallace and Joe Wallace, both of Leopold, Loyd Wallace, Indianapolis, Ernie Wallace, Cannelton; one dau.: Mona Deom, Gatchel; one step son, James Everett Tharp, Campbellsburg; one brother, Albert Wallace, Carrollton; and five grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two sons, Joseph and Allen Wallace.

 

Services werer held Fri., May 26 at Zoercher-Gillick Funeral Home. Burial wasin St. Isidore Cem. HCL Weds. May 31, 2000

 

Willis, James, age 87 of Carrollton died Thurs., May 25, 2000 at Carroll Co. Hospital. He was the son of the late James Martin and Beulah Chilton Willis.

 

He is survived by one son, Gary Willis, Turners Station; one dau.: Linda Johnson, Worthville; three brothers, G.W. Willis and Johnny Willis, both from Carrollton, Joe Tom Willis, Louisville; one sister, Mattie Lee Banta, Louisville; three granddaughters and tow gr-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife Delm Griffith Willis.

 

Services were held Sat., May 27 at Ransdell Funeral Home, Campbellsburg with Bro. Dave Charlton officiating.Burial was in Turners Station Cem. HCL Weds May 31, 2000

 

Wilson, Louise Meek, age 81, of Smithfield, formerly of Ballardsville, died Fri., Feb. 18, 2000 at her res. She was a native of Henry Co., the daughter of the late William Bryan and Margaret Morgan Meek, a homemaker and member of Smithfield Christian Church.

 

She is survived by six daughters: Carol Cole, LaGrange; Margaret Hodges, Louisville; Mrs. Gary (Susie) Cook, Gina Wilson, Mrs. Larry (Nancye) Hancock and Terri King, all of Pendleton; two sons: Billy Wilson, Smithfield and Bobby Wilson, Lebanon; one sis ter, Mrs. Maurice (Ruth) Clark, Smithfield; one brother, William S. Meek, Buffalo, New York; 15 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Maurice Wilson and one daughter, Judy Lea.

 

Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Mon., Feb. 21, at Prewitt New Castle Funeral Home. Rev. Bill Hancock, LaGrange, officiated. Rev. Greg Porterfield. pastor of Smithfield Christian Church, assisted. The body was cremated. A private memorial graveside service was held at 2 p.m. Tues., Feb. 22, at Smithfield Cem. HCL Weds. Feb. 23, 2000

 



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