From Kentucky Obituaries, 1787-1854:
From the Lexington, KY Reporter:
consort of Samuel Huey, of Falmouth,
KY. Died in February 1822. R 2/25
of Pendleton County. Died in February
1822, at an advanced age. R 2/25
Glenn, of Pendlton County. Died
from a fall from his horse, in Feburary
1822. R 2/25
of near Falmouth, KY. A soldier in the
Revolution. Died in Feb. 1826, aged 77
years. R 2/27
OR _ Lexington (KY) Observer & Reporter:
of deaths in the
LEXINGTON, Kentucky, from June 1 to
August 1, 1833. Most of these deaths
were caused by cholera. This list was
reported to the City Council of
Lexington by a committee appointed for
that purpose, consisting of Messrs.
Leavy, Layton, McKinney and Gough. It
was published in the Lexington Observer
and Reported Thursday August 22, 1833.
(Only the names of white residents are
No. 2: 7th. Lunatic Asylum.
Dow Halfacre, Pendlton County.
Peter G. Winn,
son of Dr. Minor Winn, of Pendleton
County. Died in Georgetown, KY, Aug 14,
1834. OR 8/20
H.N. Drake, of Pendleton
County. Died mysteriously April 134,
1836. Story in OR 4/20.
Forest Strunk, 81, of Falmouth passed
away Thursday, October 11, 2007 at St.
Elizabeth South Hospital in Edgewood.
Born July 31, 1926 in McCreary County,
Forest was the son of the late George
Elmer Strunk and Florence Worley Strunk.
Forest was a member of Union Local 212
Electrical Workers Union and a
veteran of the United States Navy and
served in World War II, and a member of
American Legion Post 109.
He is survived by his wife Delores
Hamilton Strunk of Falmouth, sons Tim
(Pam) Strunk of Falmouth and Steve
(Vickie) Strunk of Cincinnati, Ohio, and
daughter Peggy Hyner Strunk of
Cincinnati, and six grandchildren, Chris
Falmouth, Shelley (Brandon) Parrott of
Cincinnati, Luke (Maggie) Price of
Middletown, Jeremy (Gwen) Bilby of
Cincinnati, Gabe (Shelley) Price of
Independence, Cameron (Robbie) Lonaker
of Brooksville, and four great
missed by all.
Forest was preceded in death by his five
brothers, Hoyt, Glenn, Homer, Hoyle
and Harold Strunk.
Funeral services were held Monday,
October 15, 2007 at Pine Grove Methodist
Church in Pendleton County. Final
resting place was Lenoxburg Cemetery in
Memorials if desired are suggested to
Pine Grove Methodist Church, 9095 Hwy
10N, Pendleton County.
Peoples Funeral Home in Butler assisted