Marion County Obituaries

Contributed By: Judy Bailey

 Joseph McCarty was found dead in a field near Gravel Switch, Ky. April 1888. He was the son of Joseph & Miriah Mercer McCarty.

Lebanon Enterprise Newspaper - May, 1912

Lived 107 Years

Mrs. Teresa Devine, aged 107 years, died Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary L. Walls, on Lick Run, in this county, of infirmities due to old age. The funeral services were held Saturday afternoon and the internment was in the family burial ground.

Deceased was married four times, her last husband being John Devine, who preceded her to the grave about twenty years ago.

She leaves two children, Mrs. Mary L. Walls, of this county and Marion McCarty, of Daviess county. She is also survived by sixty-five grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Mrs. Devine before her death, was the oldest person living in the county. She had a large number of friends and acquaintances, all of whom express great sorrow at her death.

Date of Death, May 10, 1912
* Teresa Thorp -McCarty - Hammon/Harmon - Devine.

 

Lebanon Enterprise - July 28, 1839

AGED HAYSVILLE WOMAN EXPIRES
Illness Of Infirmities Fatal To Mrs. Mary Walls Monday


Mrs. Mary Walls, 81, one of the oldest residents of the Haysville section of the county and known throughout the East End, died Monday evening at 6:35 o'clock at her home following a long illness of general senility.
Although her condition had not been grave until a short time before her
death, she had been an invalid for more than a year, during which time her health gradually failed. She had long been confined to her residence, and in recent weeks had been under the regular care of a physician.

Mrs. Walls, prior to her marriage was Miss Mary McCarty and was born in the same house in which she died. She was reared in the Haysville vicinity where she obtained her education and had spent practically all her life there. Many years ago she was united in marriage to Michael Walls, 'farmer of the county,' and although no children were born of the union, the couple adopted a son, Orville [Carrington] Walls, and reared him from childhood. Mr. Walls died on December 27, 1928, and Mrs. Walls sole survivor is her foster son.

Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. O. Anderson Jr., Presbyterian minister, from the Haysville Church Wednesday morning at 10:30 o'clock, and burial followed in the Haysville Cemetery.

Date of Death, July 24, 1939

*Mary Lee McCarty daughter of Joseph and Theresa [Thorp]McCarty.

 

 

              

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