News Tidbits

Contributed by Doug Harper

From the Cynthiana Democrat, Thursday, 12 September 1912

Died, P. N. Miles, 74.

Died, Mrs. George Wiley.

Died, Miss Elizabeth Rawlins, 64.

Married William Doane and Miss Lillian Cummins.

Engagement announced of America E. Shewalter and Willie Cummins.

Born to wife of Jackson Cummins, near Antioch Mills, a son Ė Woodrow Wilson.

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From the Cynthiana Democrat, Thursday, 19 September 1912

Traylor, formerly of Butler, died at Shawhan.

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From the Cynthiana Democrat, Thursday, 26 September 1912

Elmer Smith, 18, son of late Dan Smith of Falmouth, was run over and killed by cars at Butler. His mother, Mrs. Ida Smith, resides in Paris.

Died, Mrs. W. R. Oliver, 36.

Died, G. S. Rardin, 80.

Died, Mrs. Wilson Darlington.

Wedding at the home of Mr. & Mrs. W. T. Shewalter, when Willie Cummins of Bradford, claimed Miss America Shewalter for his bride. Rev. Pfanstiel, of Brooksville pronounced them man and wife.

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From the Cynthiana Democrat, Thursday, 8 October 1912

Died: A. T. Wiggins, 69; Hiram Carnes, 71.

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From the Cynthiana Democrat, Thursday, 15 October 1912

Died, Simpson Mockbee, 73.

Died, Chas. Rosensteil, 64.

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From the Cynthiana Democrat, Thursday, 24 0ctober 1912

Died: Pendleton F. Keith, 76.

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From the Cynthiana Democrat, Thursday, 7 November 1912

Died: Miss America King.

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From the Cynthiana Democrat, Thursday, 14 November 1912

Mrs. Thomas Sosbe, age 54, died Thursday, 7 Nov. Buried in family GY in Nicholas Co. Survived by husband and several stepchildren. (Not named)

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From the Cynthiana Democrat, Thursday, 21 November 1912

Died, Alfred Faulconer, 64.

Died, Chas. Broderick, 35.

Died, Mrs. Samíl McGill, 38.

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From the Cynthiana Democrat, Thursday, 28 November 1912

Died, Wm. G. Butt, 36.

Died, Jas. Buskirk, 76.

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From the Cynthiana Democrat, Thursday, 5 December 1912

Died: Mrs. J. F. Bradford, 67.

Died, Mrs. America Wright, 66.

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From the Cynthiana Democrat, Thursday, 12 December 1912

Blown to Pieces John Follis, 35, a grocer at Frankfort, KY, was blown to pieces Sunday when a box of dynamite he was carrying to a boat exploded.

Died, Mrs. Eliza J. McCane, 90.

Died, Geo. Woodhead, 31.

Died, George Green, 51.

Died, Mrs. W.M. Mains, 38.

 

 


 

 

 

 

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