A - C

This information is mostly from obituaries in the Trimble Democrat, Trimble Co., KY. Some from obituaries found in my collection of Scrap Books of old obituaries. Other sources are from Funeral and Burial Records.

Most information enclosed in parenthesis is from another source other than the obituary. Remember all obituaries are not complete.

The period these obituaries were written, they were called in to the paper. In many instances the names were written incorrectly and some omitted. There are many mistakes in obituaries.

Virginia G. Taylor

ABBOTT, Capt. A. Waller, ca 70, Louisville, KY died 12 Mar 1928, buried Moffett Cem. Died at Marine Hospital. s/o Capt. John M. Abbott, his late wife was the former BELLE GILLUM. Survived by 1 brother, John Abbott.

ABBOTT, Adolphus, 74, Carmel died 22 Mar 1931, buried Carmel Cem., s/o Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Abbott, b. Bethlehem, IN. Survived by wife SUSIE (JACKSON) ABBOTT, (m. 26 Feb 1880,) children, Chas. Abbott, Mrs. Lorrett Olson, Mrs. Lon Lockhart and Mrs. Melvin Green.

ABBOTT, Alexis, 62, Oldham Co. died 22 Aug 1934, buried Sligo Cem., former resident of Trimble Co., Survived by widow and 3 children, a bro., George W. Abbott.

ABBOTT, Allen Joe, 2, Bedford, died 2 Feb 1941, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 30 Jul 1938, s/o Elmer and Bessie Abbott. Data from funeral record.

ABBOTT, Anna, 89, Sulphur died 26 May 1929, buried Sulphur Cem. Wife of ex?sheriff JOHN M. ABBOTT, 1 son, William Abbott, 3 sisters, Mrs. Florence Shaw, Mrs. Katie Scott and Mrs. Cora Hoagland.

ABBOTT, Claude, 50, died 31 Jan 1929, buried Bald Hill, Burrows Cem., born 6 Sep 1879, s/o Miles and Elizabeth Abbott, twin brother, Clarence deceased 47 yrs, survived by sis. Mrs. Alice Ogden, 2 bro. George and Alec Abbott.

ABBOTT, Edward Leon 4 months, died 18 Feb 1944, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 8 Oct 1943, s/o Harrison Abbott. Data from funeral record.

ABBOTT, George Stanley, 21, died at sea 30 Jul 1945, b. 11 Sep 1924, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Abbott. Survived by parents, sister, Mrs. Lois Leach, 4 brothers W. R., Leslie, Graham and Benny Abbott. He was inducted into the Navy, 24 May 1943, age 18, killed around the Philippine Islands when the USS Indianapolis was sunk on 30 Jul 1945.

ABBOTT, George W., 76, South of Bedford died 26 May 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, born Trimble Co. 18 Nov 1861, (s/o Miles and Elizabeth Abbott.) Married LETITIA HANCOCK, who died 17 yrs ago. She was age 56 at the time of her death. 2 children, Wilbur Abbott and Mrs. Pearle Clifford. In 1936. Married 2nd, MRS. SALLIE KINCAID ABBOTT, to this union, 1 son Norman Offutt, both of whom survive. 1 sis. Mrs. Alice Spillman Ogden, 2 step?ch., Beatrice and Helen Abbott.

ABBOTT, Hurley P. 49, Pleasant Retreat near Milton died 25 Aug 1940, buried IOOF Bedford. Survived by wife, BESS WYATT ABBOTT, parents L. G. and (Naomi Peak) Abbott, dau. Mrs. Charles E. Adams, grandson, Philip Bradley.

ABBOTT, Ivan, (Evan) 57, below Wise's Landing died 8 Dec 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, survived by 2 brothers, Green (Gheen) and Pearl Abbott, 2 sis., Mrs. John Buchanan, and Mrs. Houston Abbott. Note: Evan Abbott s/o Robert Wallace and Elizabeth Mittie Garriott Abbott.

ABBOTT, James Neville, 5 mo., Pleasant Retreat died 6 Oct 1936, buried IOOF Bedford. Born 6 May 1936, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Abbott. Survived by parents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Abbott, and Mr. and Mrs. John Cox.

ABBOTT, Joe, ca 80, Des Moines, Iowa. In 16 May 1940 paper. Born and reared in Trimble Co., KY left 30 years ago. Survived by wife MILLIE (GARRIOTT) ABBOTT a sister of W. L. Garriott. A daughter Mrs. William (Mattie Clara) Barnes.

ABBOTT, John, 88, Sulphur died 2 Nov 1930, buried Sulphur Cem., ex-sheriff of Trimble Co. s/o John Abbott, Sr. Survived by 1 son, William Abbott.

ABBOTT, Mary, 77, near Madison, IN. Interred 21 Apr 1943 IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. widow of late JOSEPH ABBOTT. Survived by 9 children: Mrs. Dorothy Nichols, Mrs. Elizabeth Obertate, Mrs. Pearl Vetter, Mrs. Ethel Van Fleet, Mrs. Bernice Van Fleet, John, Sydney and Joseph Abbott.

ABBOTT, Mittie, 86, Wise's Landing died 29 Mar 1928, buried IOOF Bedford. Widow of the late ROBERT ABBOTT, 5 children, Sam, Green (Gheen), Evan, Pearl Abbott and Mrs. William Yeager.

ABBOTT, Ronnie Eugene, 2 mo, 13 days, died 10 Mar 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Abbott. Survived by parents, sis. Mrs. Lois Leach, bro. W. R., Leslie, Graham, and Benny Abbott, grandmother Mrs. J. T. Huff. A brother Stanley was reported missing 30 Jul 1945.

ABBOTT, Susie Miller, 88, died 30 Jun 1949, bur. Mt. Carmel Cemetery, b. 2 Jun 1862, d/o Samuel and Frances Chandler Jackson, m. 8 Feb 1880, (marriage record is 26 Feb 1880) to ADOLPHUS ABBOTT who died 22 Mar 1931. 9 children born to this union, 2 ch. survive, Charles Abbott and Fannie Lockhart.

ACKERMAN, Anna Frances, (84,) Milton, KY, died 20 Dec 1942, buried Springdale Cemetery. Born 10 Jul 1858, Cincinnati, OH, d/o Michael and Christina Straub. At age 22 she married JOHN ACKERMAN on 2 May 1882, 5 children: John, Richard, Frances, Elizabeth living and Sophia who died 45 years ago. Husband died 14 years ago, 26 Dec 1928. Survived by sis. Mrs. Sophia Ready.

ACKERMAN, John, 72, Milton died 26 Dec 1928, buried Springdale Cemtery, Madison, IN. Born in Germany, 25 Mar 1856, married, survived by 4 children: John and Richard Ackerman, Mrs. A. C. Broad, and Miss Lizzie Ackerman. (A brother, Peter Ackerman.)

ACRE, Belle, 68, died 20 Jan 1930, buried Moffett Cem., widow of GEORGE A. ACRE who dec'd. 1911. She died at home of daughter, Gertrude Carman, near Kent, IN

ADAMS, Bernard, 22, Madison, IN. In paper of 12 Apr 1928, buried ?? Born in Trimble Co. s/o Ira B. and (Hattie) Adams. Survived by widow, MILDRED DALHOOVER ADAMS, father, Ira B. Adams and brother, Raymond Adams.

ADAMS, Bernard C., 60, of near Milton, KY, died 29 Sep 1941, buried IOOF Bedford, born 30 Dec 1880, (s/o James and Vera Mays Adams), m. to NANNIE MIKESELL who died 3 months ago. Survived by son Ira M. Adams, bro. Ira Adams, sis. Mrs. Annie Handlon.

ADAMS, Chester, 51, died 15 Jun 1932, buried, Turner's Station, he is survived by wife, ORA ADAMS, 3 ch. Pauline, Irvin and Loran. (Killed in rock quarry accident on the county farm in Trimble Co.)

ADAMS, J. T., 88, Sulphur died 23 Feb 1938, buried same, born and reared in Bedford, son of F. A. Adams, m. LENA TEAGUE, of Bedford, dec'd. Survived by daughters, Mrs. William Shrader, Mrs. Morris Abbott, 1 son, Cline.

ADAMS, James, 55, died Sun. 9 Feb 1930 at Madison, IN, buried ?. A former resident of Trimble Co. b. Owen Co., KY. Survived by 2 children: Mrs. Elizabeth Tull and James F. Adams, 2 sisters Mrs. Elmer (Anna) Handlon and Mrs. Nannie Boldery, 3 brothers Joseph, Bernard and Ira Adams.

ADAMS, Joe 66, Corn Creek died 30 Oct 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, eldest son of late James and Verna Lee Adams, b. 17 Mar 1872 in Owen Co., KY. He moved to Trimble Co. in 1887, married RENNIE CRAFTON, 10 Jan 1900, no children. Adopted John Nix Adams when he was 3 years old. He passed away at age 20. Besides his widow he leaves 2 brothers, Ira B. and Bernard Adams, 1 sister, Mrs. Elmer Handlon. 2 bro. and a sis. preceded him.

ADAMS, Nannie Mikesell 60, died 19 Jun 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford. Wife of BERNARD ADAMS, who survives, 1 son Rev. Ira M. Adams, 2 brothers and 1 sister.

ADAMS, Thomas R., 73, Madison, IN died 5 Jul 1929, buried Springdale Cem. Native of Trimble Co., Leeport. Survived by 2nd wife, GRACE GREEN ADAMS, dau. Nettie Frances Adams, 2 ch. from 1st marriage Lester D. Adams, and Mrs. L. C. Cribbins, a sister, Mrs. Sallie M. Perkinson. Note: He 1st married LOUELLA JENNIE WISE.

ADAMS, Verna Lee, 76, died 26 Feb 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, died at resident of daughter in IN. Born Rockcastle Co., KY d/o late Joseph and Julia Lee, widow of late JAMES ADAMS, 6 children, Mrs. Nannie Bouldery, Mrs. Elmer Handlon, Ira, John, Joseph and Bernard Adams.

ADAMS, William, __, North Madison, IN, died 6 Sep 1942, buried IOOF Bedford. Survived by wife, 4 sons and 1 daughter. NOTE: There were two William Adams' that died in 1942, William L. 1856?1942 and William N. 1879? 1942. William N. married LILLIE MORGAN. Their sons 1920 census: Redford L., Wilbur E., Newton and Walter Franklin.

ADCOCK, Artmecia (Crittenden,) 71, Trimble Co. died 1 Sep 1931. Buried IOOF Bedford, widow of WILLIAM HENRY ADCOCK, who died 10 Mar 1931, 2 children survive, Orvel Adcock and Mrs. James Singer, 1 brother, W. H. Crittenden.

ADCOCK, Bessie L., 46, died 10 Jun 1939, buried Moffett Cemetery. Only d/o Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ward, b. 12 Nov 1892, m. ORVEL ADCOCK 30 Nov 1921, survived by husband, dau. Betty Joy age 17, 3 girls whom she reared, Mrs. Oren Clore, Mrs. Frank Weber Moreland and Mrs. William Detmer.

ADCOCK, Orvel, 67, died 4 Oct 1947, buried Moffett Cemetery. s/o Henry and Artimecia Crittenden Adcock. born 29 Feb 1880 in the Palmyra community, moved to Milton, KY in 1909. Although in his 68th year, he has seen only 17 birthdays. He married 1905 to ARA MORRIS who died 1913, 3 ch. Mrs Oren Clore, Mrs. Frank Moreland and Mrs. William Detmer. He married 2nd to BESSIE WARD who died 1939, 1 daughter Betty Joy Adcock. Survived by children, 1 sister, Mrs. James Singer.

ADCOCK, S. B., 84, Providence died 4 Mar 1934, buried Turners Station, KY. He 1st married, ALICE JENKINS, 2 sons, Major and William Adcock, both survive. He married 2nd in 1885 to MOLLIE ELLISTON, who survives with 3 daughters, Mrs. Sterling Sanford, Mrs. H. J. Landers and Mrs. K. L. Johnson.

ADCOCK, William Henry, 78, Hickory Grove died 10 Mar 1931. Buried IOOF Bedford. Born 19 Jan 1853, survived by wife, ARTMECIA ADCOCK, 2 children, Orvel Adcock and Mrs. James Singer.

ADCOCK, Willie Russell, 41, Louisville, died 11 Jul 1947. Buried there, s/o late James and Jennie Adcock. "Bill" was b. Trimble Co. 19 May 1906, married 30 Nov 1928 to ALINE BOHANNON, survived by widow, sister Mrs. Robert Fisher, bro. Edward Adcock, of Bedford, half?bro. Vernon McManus. Mich.

ADMIRE, Lein Nye, 80, "Aunt Lein" died 22 Oct 1942. buried ? Born 12 Feb 1862, married N. L. ADMIRE, 22 Feb 1881. They moved to Trimble Co in 1929. Her husband and 2 sons preceded her in death, surv. by 2 sons Stephen Nye and Victor Admire. (Name Lein or Leni? d/o Steven Nye.)

ADMIRE, T. M., 81, Wise's Landing died 31 Jul 1936. Buried Jefferson, IN. Survived by wife and several children.

ADMIRE, Will, 53, Wise's Landing did 13 Jan 1935, buried Jeffersonville, IN. Survived by son, Nye Admire and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Admire. Wife died 17 years ago.

AGIN, Lutie Shepherd, 82, died 21 Feb 1947, buried IOOF Bedford. Born 21 Jul 1864, d/o Wm. and Mary Hoskins Shepherd. Married MIKE AGIN, 2 children Miss Lizzie Agin at home and a child that died in infancy.

ALDRIDGE, Clarence, 64, Worthville, KY, died 9 Feb 1944, bur. IOOF Bedford. Data from funeral record.

ALDRIDGE, Ethel, 36, South of Bedford died 28 Feb 1930. Buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Jackson, married Feb 1911 to HARVE ALDRIDGE, 7 children: James Raymond, Annie Elizabeth, Vance Nathaniel, J. C., Beckham A., Ruby Lee and Alma Ruth Aldridge.

ALDRIDGE, James William, 89, died 27 Dec 1927. Buried IOOF Bedford. He died at home of his son, LaFollette. 3 sons, LaFollette, Isaac and Reuben Aldridge.

ALDRIDGE, John, 78, born Clark Co., KY died 30 Jan 1928. Buried Carmel Cem. Former resident of Canip, married MISS MARY MOORE of Madison, IN in 1927. Survived by 2 sisters, Mrs. John Corman, Mrs. Rebekah Mobley, 1 brother, Buchanan Aldridge. (John was a member of United Brethern Church on Canip)

ALDRIDGE, Rebecca, 53, died 25 Apr 1949. Buried IOOF Bedford. Born 7 Apr 1869, d/o Leonard and Susanah Rice Boren, married GEORGE FALLIS ALDRIDGE who survives, 9 ch. born to this union, Anna Bell, Henry, Harve, Edna, Sam, Eva, Chester, Sid, and Cleo, all survive except Henry who died several yrs ago. (Age or a date wrong. Tombstone dates: 7 Apr 1870 ? 25 Apr 1949.)

ALDRIDGE, Roy, 22, East of Bedford died 29 Aug 1931. Buried IOOF Bedford, (Killed in auto accident.) s/o Mr. and Mrs. Simon Aldridge, brother, Shelby Aldridge age 19.

ALDRIDGE, Ruth, 16, Hickory Grove died 27 Oct 1928. Buried IOOF Bedford. Born 9 Mar 1912, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Aldridge, 2 sisters, Mrs. Ethel Jones and Mabel Aldridge, 3 brothers, Lester, Clarence,Jr. and Howard Aldridge.

ALDRIDGE, William Henry, 53, Sligo, died 28 Jan 1942, buried IOOF Bedford. b. Spencer Co., KY (18 Oct 1889) s/o George Fallis and Becky Jane Boren Aldridge of near Bedford. m. ALLIE COX, 6 ch: Mrs. Simmons Rowlett, Mrs. Robert Dunaway, Frank, Stephen, and Lorie Aldridge, only 5 named. 4 bro. Harve, Chester, Sam, and Sid Aldridge, 4 sis. Mesdames Dewey Drury, Simon Aldridge, Edna Aldridge and Mrs. Alex Horine. He was the first of 9 to die.

ALEXANDER, Clara Mosser, 87 "Aunt Clara" died 11 Sep 1943. Buried Carmel Cemetery, d/o Peter and Sarah Mosser. Born near Pittsburgh, PA 26 Feb 1856, moved to Trimble Co. when a young girl and remained until her death. On 22 May 1879 married to JOHN ALEXANDER who died 18 years ago. No children of her own, but mother to several some of whom were, Reuben and George Washburn, Roy Chadwell, Graham, Charles, Leslie and Oscar Bird, Mrs. Shellie Poland and Mrs. Wilbur Wood.

ALEXANDER, Clifford Morris, infant, Carroll Co. died 2 Aug 1938. Born 5 Jul 1938, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Alexander, former residents of Trimble Co. Survived by 6 sisters and 1 brother, 1 brother, Herbert Jr., dying 9 Dec 1934 at age of about 6 months.

ALEXANDER, Flora Etta, 76, died 24 Apr 1944, buried IOOF Bedford. Born 31 Dec 1867, d/o Perry and Agnes Harmon. Married (14 Nov 1888) to MARCUS D. ALEXANDER, who died 17 Feb 1940, 11 children, 9 boys and 2 girls, all survive, Niecie, Herbert: Hubert, Ernest, Norvel, Hurley: Leslie: Roy, Elmo, Mrs. Joe B. (Pearl) Newby, Mrs. John (Naomi) Mershall, 4 sisters Mrs. Lucita Kendall, Mrs. J. W. Peak, Mrs. Jim Alexander, Mrs. Allen McCutcheon, 2 bro. Victor and Clarence Harmon.

ALEXANDER, Herbert, Jr., infant, Carroll Co. died 9 Dec 1934, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Alexander.

ALEXANDER, Howard Edward, 31, died 29 Jan 1947. Buried IOOF Bedford. Veteran of W.W. II born 3 Aug 1916, s/o May Chilton and Norvell Alexander. Married 1 Jun 1939 to GENEVA CARTER. Survived by widow, 2 ch. Paul Edward and Nancy Carroll Alexander, 5 sis. Mrs. B. S. Werking, Mrs. Fred Baker, Mrs. E. T. Graves, Norma and Joann Alexander, 4 bro. Robert, Delmer, Douglas and Donnie Alexander.

ALEXANDER, James O., 76, Bedford, died 23 Aug 1944. Burial IOOF Bedford. James Oliver, (b. 20 Oct 1867, s/o William Thomas and Nancy Ann Richardson Alexander.) Survived by widow, FANNIE M. HARMON ALEXANDER, step?son (Deward Alexander,) foster dau., a bro., and 4 sis. Preceded by 3 children who all died in infancy.

ALEXANDER, Jesse Elmer, 68, died 31 Dec 1943. Buried IOOF Carrollton. He died at the old Alexander homestead where he was born and reared, s/o late W. T. and Nancy Ann Richardson Alexander. Married NINA LEE LOWRANCE of Carrollton, 13 May 1911. 5 ch., 1 infant son preceded him. Survived by widow, sons, Harold E., Pfc. Louis D., Pvt. Gayle L. Alexander, daughter Clara B. Shuter, a foster son Pfc. Billy Carroll, 2 brothers James O. and Robert O'Neal Alexander, 4 sisters Mrs. Mary Lorey, Mrs. Susie Fulton, Mrs. Eliza Kendall and Mrs. Bettie Fallis.

ALEXANDER, Leland Wayne, 18, died 13 Sep 1943. Buried IOOF Bedford. Youngest s/o Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Alexander. Born 10 May 1925. He leaves 2 bro. Beckham and W. R. Alexander. He died at Ft. Benjamin Harrison of infantile paralysis after being in service only 5 days.

ALEXANDER, Marcus D., 73, near Bedford, died 17 Feb 1940. Buried IOOF Bedford. Born 13 May 1867 s/o (William Thomas and Nancy Ann Richardson Alexander,) He married MISS FLORA HARMON who surv., 9 sons Herbert, Hurley, Nicie (Necie C.), Ernest, Norvell, Hubert, St. Elmo, Roy V. and Leslie C., 2 dau. (Naomi) Mrs. John Mershell and (Pearl) Mrs. Joseph Newby, 3 bro. James, Jesse and Neal Alexander, 4 sisters Mrs. Mollie Leroy, Mrs. Eliza Kendall, Mrs. Susie Fulton and Mrs. Bessie Fallis.

ALEXANDER, Nancy Ann (Richardson,) 81, died 9 Jun 1929. Buried Alexander burying ground. Born 13 Aug 1847, married 16 Dec 1864 to WILLIAM THOMAS ALEXANDER, now dec'd. about 7 years, 14 children: 9 survive, Mrs Isadore Melvin, Mrs. Mary Lary, Mrs. Bettie Fallis, Mrs. Eliza Kendall, Mrs. Susie Fulton, Marcus, James, Jesse, and O'Neal Alexander. A twin sister Mrs. Martha McDole.

ALEXANDER, W. W., 65, Indianapolis, IN died 28 Oct 1938. Buried Crown Hill Cemetery there. He left Trimble Co. at age 18. He was last of 5 children, the others, Mrs. Logan Lynch, (Emma), Mrs. Mason Cull, (Mary L.), Mrs. N. W. Barnes, (Addie), and Perry Alexander. (Note: Willie had one other brother, Archer L., b. 1862, d. 1864. They were children of Hayden and Melissa Frances Smith Alexander of the Corn Creek community).

AMES, Harry S.___, Madison died 1 Nov 1932, buried Springdale Cem., wife, Jesse Ames, s/o Charles and Belle Ames, m. 18 Nov 1931 to MISS JESSE TANDY of Milton, KY. survived by parents and sister, Mollie Ames,

ANDERSON, Alonzo, 63, colored, died Louisville 17 Nov 1936, buried LaGrange, KY. b. 28 Oct 1873, Trimble Co., survived by mother, Aunt Harriett Anderson, 89, 2 brothers, Lem and Irvin Anderson, sister, Lilly Downton. Wife, MALLIE MILTON died about 14 years ago.

ANDERSON, "Aunt" Harriett Taylor, colored lady, Bedford died 19 Jul 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, m. Madison, In, 7 May 1867 to "Uncle" LOGAN ANDERSON, by Esquire King. Survived by 3 children, Leonard, Irvin and Lilly, 1 sister Aunt Jennie Tandy. Mrs. Anderson's age not known, was 14 years old during War between the states.

ANDREW, Elsworth Wayne, 11, died 11 Aug 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 2 Mar 1927, s/o Henry Andrew and the late Mayme Brown Andrew, Survived by father, step?mother, and 6 sisters, Mrs. Mollie Shelton, Mrs. Albert Nagel, Mrs. Hurley Jeffries, Laverne, Lillian June and Wynonia, 3 bro.,Herbert, Russell, and Warren Andrew, half?bro., Lawrence, half-sis., Dorothy and Gloria, 6 step?sisters and 5 step?brothers, and grandmother, Mrs. John Brown.

ANDREW, Henry Francis 57, died 16 May 1944, buried IOOF Bedford. Born 13 Dec 1887, s/o Mr. and Mrs. John J. Andrew. Married MAMIE GARRETT, 12 ch., 5 sons are deceased. Living are, Lawrence, Russell and Warren Andrew, Mrs.Laverne Brooks, Mrs. Viola Jeffries, Mrs. Hazel Nagel, Mrs. Mollie Shelton. He married 2nd, to Mrs. LILAH CRAIG PERKINSON, 3 ch. June, Dorothy and Gloria Andrew. Also survived by bro. Everett Andrew, sis. Mrs. Thomas Leach.

ANDREW, Herbert Harmon, 33, died 1 May 1944. Buried IOOF Bedford. s/o Henry and Mamie (Garrett) Andrew. Born 26 Jul 1910, survived by father, wife, ELLEN JANE ANDREW, 3 ch. James Leonard, Phillis Jean and Philip Harmon Andrew, 6 sis. Mrs. Mollie Shelton, Hazel Nagel, Mrs. Viola

Jeffries, Mrs. LaVern Brooks, June and Marie Andrew, 2 bro. Russell and Warren Andrew. ANDREW, John William, 64, Barebone, died 13 May 1939. Buried IOOF Bedford. Born Trimble Co., 5 Dec 1874, s/o late Joseph Andrew a native of Germany, and Mary Cannon Andrew a native of England. Survived by widow CORA LEE ANDREW, a sister, Mrs. Tom Leach, 2 brothers, Henry and Everitt Andrew, 5 children: Mrs. J. Matt Mahoney, Mrs. Charles Austin, Mrs. Edith Davis, Ralph and Ishmael Andrew. (John William Andrew married 12 Apr 1889, CORA LEE LEACH.)

ANDREW, Lillie May (Prather,) 49, Wise's Landing died 12 Jun 1933, buried IOOF Bedford. Married 1900 to EVERETT S. ANDREW, 5 children: Elmer, Deward, Joe, Manuel Andrew and Mrs. Alfred (Edna) Gosman.

ANDREW, Mamie Lee, 41 yrs 6 mo and 1 day, Barebone died 30 Jun 1930. Buried IOOF Bedford. Survived by husband and 10 children. (Mamie Lee Garrett married HENRY F. ANDREW.)

ANDREWS, Pennie Elaine, b. and d. 10 May 1948, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Bradford D. and Wanda Craig Andrews. Bradford is s/o Ralph Andrews, Wanda is d/o Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Craig. (ANDREW on stone.)

ANDREWS, William, 76, Louisville Hospital died 3 Jan 1928, buried IOOF Bedford. Married 1875 to Miss ALICE MOUNT, who died in March 1916, 5 children, 4 survive, Mrs. E. Watson, Mrs. Joe Fisher, Mrs. Houston Riggs and Leo Andrews.

ANGELL, Buna Vista, 82, died 4 Jul 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 14 Jan 1854, married MIKE ANGELL, who preceded her, 5 children, 4 survive, George, Ace, Harry Angell and Mrs. Dellie Mitchell.

ANGELL, Eliza, 88, died 21 Aug 1949, bur. Moffett Cem., Elizabeth Moore, b. 13 Jun 1861 in Henry Co.,KY. m. 1 Dec 1880 to GEORGE W. ANGELL in Madison, IN. He died 25 Jan 1941. Survived by 3 children Mrs. W. M. (N.) Perkinson, Mrs. Robert Trout and Shelby Angell, sister, Mrs. Maude Payne. Preceded by a son Joseph, who died in infancy.

ANGELL, George W., 84, died Seymour, IN, 25 Jan 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery, born Pendleton Co., KY, 13 Jun 1855, s/o late George and Elizabeth Angell. On 1 Dec 1880 m. to ELIZABETH MOORE at Madison, IN. A son William Joseph died in infancy. Widow and 3 children survive, Mrs. R. B. (Nellie) Trout, Mrs. Willard (Daisy) Perkinson and son Shelby Angell.

ANTHONY, Terry Scott, 1 mo., died 17 Dec 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 16 Nov 1946, s/o Lt. and Mrs. A. S. Anthony, Jr. (Mrs. Alice Cooper Anthony, foster d/o Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Ball.) Lt. Anthony is in army of occupation in Germany. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Anthony.

ARNETT, America (Parham,) ca 67, Madison, IN died 8 Nov 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, born in Trimble Co., d/o late John Parham, widow of JOHN ARNETT, who died 15 Dec 1921. 6 ch., surv,, Alfred, Harvey, Mrs. Homer Lynch, Mrs. Clarence Rowlett, Mrs. Lafe Rowlett and Mrs. Jack Greenwood.

ARNETT, Thomas Jefferson, almost 76, died 25 Sep 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Bath Co., KY, 27 Sep 1870, s/o Jacob and Frances Arnett, m. MARY ANGIE BALL, who died 1920, 9 ch. 4 dec'd. Shirley Allen died in infancy, Mrs. Jessie Rowlett, Mrs. Gertrude Bartlett and Mrs. Mimrel Wentworth. Surveying are: Mrs. Daniel (Myrtle) Rowlett, Mrs. Virgil Liter, Mrs. Earl Lindsey, Oscar and Joe Arnett, sis. Mrs. Sallie Price. Prec. by sis. Mrs. Elizabeth Collens, Mrs. Ella Liter and bro. John Arnett.

ARVIN, Mary Belle Louden, 20, Interred 1 Jul 1942, LaGrange Cemetery, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Nat Louden, b. Trimble Co. on Patton's Creek 8 Mar 1922, m. 19 Dec 1939 to JAMES ARVIN, a son, James Lamar Arvin, 2 brothers, Robert and Junior Louden, 1 sister, Doris Louden.

ASHBY, Ada Thurston, ca 40, died 12 Jul 1935, daughter of Harry Thurston of Chicago, IL, her mother was Jessica Glassock of Milton, who died when she was born. Survived by husband, PAUL T. ASHBY, 2 ch.,Thurston and Gay Ashby.

ASHBY, James B., __, Texas, 19 Nov 1949, bur. ___, s/o late Robert K. Ashby of Trimble Co., survived by 5 ch. and 1 sis, preceded by wife, sis. and several bros.

ASHBY, Kate Strother, 71, died 20 Jul 1949, bur. Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co., 26 Sep 1877, d/o Richard and Lucy Duncan Strother, m. ROBERT KING ASHBY, who died 1935. Survived by 2 children Robert Ashby and Virginia Ashby, sis. Mrs. Sallie King and brother Jerry Strother.

ASHBY, Martin, 67, Madison, IN died 19 Jul 1931, buried Springdale Cem., former resident of Trimble Co., s/o late Jacob Ashby, a widower, survived by 1 son, Will Ashby, 2 bro. Ed and Richard Ashby, 1 sis. Mrs. Alice Phibbs. (Martin Ashby married MARY C. LEACH on 28 Dec 1882, Trimble Co.)

ASHBY, Mattie Buchanan, 87, died 19 Aug 1949, buried Moffett Cem., d/o late Jeremiah T. and Rill (Gerilda) Buchanan, b. Trimble Co. 1862, spent her entire life in the county, m. WILLIAM T. ASHBY 15 Oct 1885, 3 ch. Mrs. Maude McMahan, Mrs. Mildred Luckett and Paul Ashby. Preceded by husband 3 sis. Betty Sue Buchanan, Mrs. Minnie Donaldson, Mrs. Kate Fisher, 2 brothers W. L. (Will) and Jerry T. Buchanan.

ASHBY, Moffett, 66, Madison, IN, died 22 Oct 1948, bur. Moffett Cem., s/o late Robert and Mildred Ashby, b. Trimble Co. 1 Dec 1881, he had lived in Madison last few yrs. Survived by sister Mrs. Nannie Campbell, brother James Ashby. He was preceded by 1 sister Miss Mary Ashby, 5 brothers Ben, George, Will, John and Bob Ashby.

ASHBY, Robert K., 68, Pleasant Retreat died 30 Dec 1935, buried Moffett Cemetery, born and reared in the neighborhood where he died. s/o Robert and Mildred Ashby. Survived by widow, KATE STROTHER ASHBY, 2 children, Robert Strother Ashby and Miss Virginia Ashby, sisters, Mrs Nannie Campbell, Mary Ashby, brothers, George and Moffett Ashby.

ASHBY, Terry Thurston, 10 mo, died 20 Apr 1947, buried Moffett Cem., b. 31 May 1946, s/o Thurston and Violet Bell Ashby. Survived by parents, sister Teresa, great?grandmother Mrs. Mattie Ashby, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ashby.

ASHBY, William T., 71, Pleasant Retreat died 9 Nov 1930, buried Moffett Cemetery, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Ashby, Sr., married 15 Oct 1885, to MISS MATTIE MILES BUCHANAN, who with 3 children survive, Paul T. Ashby, Mrs. Jesse McMahan and Mrs. Pryor Luckett. (4 bro., James, George, Robert and Moffett Ashby, 2 sis., Mary Ashby and Mrs John Campbell.)

ATHEY, Lucy, (68,) died California ca 9 Jan 1935, buried Moffett Cemetery, daughter of late Martin and Sarah Bayne, born Carroll Co., KY, widow of late LEE ATHEY, Survived by 2 dau., Mrs. Chester Duncan and Mrs. Otis Chatham 2 sons, Clyde R. and Robert Athey, 3 sis., Mrs. Lute Graves, Mrs. Cynthia York and Mrs. Alice Brown, 2 bro., Stephen and Lee Bayne.

AUSTIN, Ella, 75, former Ella Murphy, died Fairmont, IN 3 Feb 1935, buried Carmel Cemetery, in Trimble Co., widow of Thomas Austin, dec'd. 1928.

AUSTIN, George R., 76, South of Milton died 19 Apr 1930, buried Corn Creek Cem., born Trimble Co. 30 Apr 1853, (s/o William and Mary J. Auston,) widow, (KATE CHATHAM AUSTIN) and 2 children Survived, S. W. Austin and Mrs. Lewis V. Durand, 1 bro., Walter Austin.

AUSTIN, Kate, 85, died 8 Jan 1941, buried Corn Creek Cemetery, b. Trimble Co. 28 Sep 1855, m. GEORGE R. AUSTIN 65 yrs ago. Survived by 2 children: Mrs. Louis V. Durand and Sam Austin, a son and daughter died in infancy

AUSTIN, Lillian McBride Conner, near 66, died 27 Jan 1948, bur.IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 29 Jan 1882, d/o James and Susan Conner, m. May 1900 to SAM AUSTIN, 3 ch., Charlie, Randall Austin and Mrs. Walter (Edith) Garriott. Survived by husband, children, and 2 brothers R. L. and Charles Conner.

AUSTIN, Thomas, 74, Carmel died 18 Mar 1928, buried Carmel Cem., Survived by wife, (ELLA MURPHY AUSTIN,) dau., Mrs. Berry Chatham, 2 brothers, George and Walter Austin, 1 sister, Mrs. Amanda Satchwell. Note: 1st wife was GILLIE WARD.

AUSTIN, Walter, 79, near Wirt, IN died 10 Apr 1931, buried ??, former resident of Trimble Co. son, George, dau. Mrs. Frannie Stockdale, Walter was a brother of the late Thomas and George R. Austin of this county.

AVERITT, D. M., 78, Hanover, IN died 21 Feb 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, Survived by widow, ELBERTA AVERITT, 3 sons, Chester, Uri and Clarence, 2 daughters, Mrs. Allie Stafford and (Lizzie M.,) 2 brothers, George and Uri Averitt, a sister, Mrs. Anna Williams.

AVERITT, John Thomas, 42, died 30 Nov 1942, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 22 Dec 1899, an only child of Willie Goode Averitt and the late John Averitt who died 43 years ago. Survived by mother Mrs. Willie Averitt Buchanan.

AVERITT, Lafayette Tolbert, 82, died 30 Jul 1936, buried IN, ? born Trimble Co., KY 24 Nov 1853, 2nd child of William B. and Martha (Bates) Averitt, in 1884 moved to Indianapolis, m. MARY FRANCES LAW, she died when son, Will F. was 11 days old. He m. 2nd 1 Mar 1893 to SALLIE WHITENACK who died 16 Apr 1926, survived by 3 ch., Will and Tom Averitt, and Mrs. Mary Wolcott, 1 bro., Andrew and 5 half?brothers, Robert, Dr. Ben of Cuba, James R., Richard G. and Tom, 1 half?sis. Mrs. Janie Woodall, all living away from here. He was an uncle of John T Averitt.

AVERITT, Lydia Schram, __, Indianapolis, IN died 22 Jan 1931, buried Crown Hill Cem. m. 1899, THOMAS G. AVERITT, ex?sheriff of Trimble Co. who survives with 2 children: Robert and Howard Averitt, 2 step?children: William and Marguerite Averitt.

AVERITT, Martha (Fix,) 76, died 14 Jan 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, died at home of son in Louisville, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fix, of Trimble Co., widow of LUTHER AVERITT, 1 child, Rev. E. L. Averitt, Louisville, KY.

AVERITT, Robert Lee, 63, Winchester, KY died 13 Feb 1938, buried there, b. Mount Pleasant community in Trimble Co., 4 Dec 1874, s/o Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Averitt, m. JESSE PEARL WRIGHT, 28 Sep 1910. Survived by wife, 2 dau., Anna Elizabeth and Wanda Jean Averitt, 7 sons, Robert W., James W., Thomas E., Edward Lee, Charles J., Jesse H. and Ben H., 1 sis. Mrs. J. H. Woodall, 4 brothers, Ben J., J. P., T. G. and R. G. Averitt. Miss Jesse Pearl Wright was d/o Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Wright.

BAILEY, Lora Lee (Peak,) 38, near Bedford died 14 Feb 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, born, 13 Apr 1890, m. 2 Nov 1911 to L. T. BAILEY, 1 son, Harlan, Bailey, mother, Mrs. Retta Peak, 4 brothers, Lawrence, Leonard, Warren, and Luckett Peak, 3 sis. Mrs. Ed Tingle, Mrs. Perry Gammons, Mrs. J. W. Bailey. Her father, W. S. Peak and 2 bro. Kelly and Elmer, dec'd.

BAIN, Ada, 78, Madison, IN, died 4 Oct 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, west side, last of her immediate family, b. 2 Jan 1862, d/o late Frank and Margaret Lee of Lee's Landing, widow of late J. C. BAIN who died 6 years ago.

BAIN, Dr. J. C., 76, a retired veterinarian died 16 May 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, survived by widow, ADA LEE BAIN, brother, W. C. Bain.

BAIN, W. Curtis, 82, Louisville, died 7 Jun 1949, bur. IOOF Bedford, former resident of Pleasant Retreat community, 57 years ago m. LULA HARDIN who survives with 2 dau. Mrs. S. C. Jenkins and Mrs. W. D. Barkley.

BALL, Anna Pearl (Simmons,) 40, Providence died 16 Jul 1929, buried IOOF Campbellsburg d/o Mr. and Mrs. Dan Simmons, married, 2 Nov 1911 to George Ball, 6 children: Elmo, Deward, Herbert, Edward, Willis and Elva Mae Ball, 2 sisters, Mrs. Ashby Barnett, Mrs. Chester Sidebottom, 3 brothers, Walter, Ernest, and Arthur Simmons.

BALL, Benton Scott, 53, Bedford died 30 Apr 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 20 Nov 1884, son of John E. and Cora Daugherty Ball, m. 25 Dec 1907 to MARY BASHAW MORGAN, who with 3 daughters survive, Mrs. M. R. Snyder, Jr. Mrs. Fred Berry and Mrs. Hayes McMakin, 1 brother, John Hoyt Ball.

BALL, Pvt. Edward, __, died 9 Dec 1944, buried Military Cem. near Louisville, KY on 21 Sep 1948. Pvt.Ball was inducted into the armed forces from Trimble Co. 19 Mar 1942, killed in Germany 9 Dec 1944. Survived by father G. A. Ball, 4 bro. Hubert, Deward, Elmo and Ray Ball, sis. Mrs. A. L. Dunn.

BALL, Harriett (Handlon,) 81, Poplar Ridge died 31 Mar 1931, buried Campbellsburg Cem. d/o Mathias and Mary J. Handlon, m. 18 Aug 1839 to Thomas Ball, who died 30 Oct 1921, 8 ch., all living, Misses Magnolia and Pearl Ball, Mrs. Josephine Tiller, Mrs. Mary E. Tingle, Mrs. Grace Huffman, Mrs. William Proctor, Extra Ball and Charles Allen Ball, 3 bro., John W., Charles H. and Prentice M. Handlon, 3 sis., Cora Wentworth, Lydia Wentworth and Malissa Kemp. Note: (Dates are wrong, this is the way the paper has them.)

BALL, James Scott, 80, Palmyra, died 18 Feb 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, s/o late J. W. (Joseph Waren) and Virginia (Hawkins) Ball, b. 18 Dec 1859, m. 14 Oct 1886 to LUCY MILES who surv. 3 ch. Walter, Claude and Alvin Ball, 2 bro. J. T. and N. S. Ball, foster sis. Mrs. W. H. Spillman.

BALL, Joseph Turner, 84, died 25 Dec 1945, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 17 Jun 1861, s/o J. W. and Virginia Hawkins Ball, 1st m. 1889 to FANNIE TYRA, 3 dau. Lena Hall, Mary Gatewood and Carrie Dougherty. Sons Joseph Warren and Jacob Herman Ball are dec'd. 2nd m. 1903 to CORA BURNETT, dau. Elizabeth Pryor, m. 3rd to MRS. RHODA COLBERT, who surv. 1 bro. N. S. Ball.

BALLARD, Benjamin C., 70, died 29 Mar 1947, bur. IOO

F Bedford, b. Oldham Co. 12 Sep 1876, s/o Benjamin J. and Melvina Smith Ballard, m. CORDIA PINNELL, she died 1942, survived by son Reuben Ballard, 1 brother Tom Ballard.

BALLARD, Cordelia "Cordie" Callis, 61, Pendleton, died 22 Mar 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 30 Jun 1880, d/o late Harve and Retta Kemp Pinnell, m. 23 Jun 1901 to BENJAMIN C. BALLARD, 1 son Reuben Britts, husband and son survive with a brother Ovie Pinnell, a sister Mrs. Carl Wright.

BANKS, Mattie Dunn, 85, died 12 Jan 1942, buried IOOF Carrollton, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson b. Carroll Co. 30 Dec 1856, m. 1883 to D. F. BANKS now dec'd. 5 ch. Oral Banks, Mrs. William Courtney, Mrs. Collins Ball, Mrs. John Combs, Mrs. Clinton Searcy. A son Elmer Dunn by a former marriage.

BANKS, Philip Sheridan, 69, Milton, KY died 6 Feb 1933, buried Moffett Cem., born and reared in Trimble Co., widow, Mattie Trout Banks, d/o W. F. Trout, 3 children: Mrs. Elmer Kline, Mrs. Redford Adams and Edwin Banks, 1 brother, Finnel Banks.

BANKS, Terri Morgan, 7 mo, died 2 Mar 1941, buried ? b. 21 Jul 1940, s/o Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Banks, 1 brother Jack Dallas Banks.

BANKS, Thelma Bruner, 25, Milton, died 29 Sep 1943, buried Moffett Cemetery, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruner, b. 26 Sep 1918 near Deputy, IN, m. in April 1938 to LAUS BANKS of Hunter's Bottom, 2 ch. Martha Rae age 4 and Daniel Franklin, age 2 years.

BARCLAY, Charles, 70, Milton died 15 Dec 1940, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. Fisher Ridge south of Milton, 22 Oct 1870, m. 2 Mar 1896 to YULULEE SMITH of Carrollton. Mr. Barclay was Milton editor, funeral director and banker. Survived by wife.

BARE, Charles S. 78 Poplar Ridge died 3 Jul 1928, buried IOOF Bedford. His first wife, BETTIE HOOD BARE died ca 16 years ago. 4 children, 3 dec'd. Alfred, Leslie Clifford Bare and Mrs. Rhoda Brown. 1 daughter survives, Mrs. Elijah (Alda L.) Kendall. He married 2nd to Mrs. SARAH ETTA "SALLY" GREEN WELCH who survives.

BARE, Emily Overton, 92, Bedford died 23 Jan 1932, buried Macedonia Cem. b. 11 Oct 1839, m. 23 Sep 1858 to JAMES A. BARE, dec'd. 43 yrs ago, 4 ch. 2 died in infancy, dau., Victoria died age 18, 1 son Survived, W. T. Bare. Mrs. Emily was one of 11 ch. only 1 bro., survives, W. A. Overton.

BARE, Sadie A. Fisher, 45, Bedford died 5 Dec 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Michael T. and late Addie Hood Fisher, born 24 Mar 1886, m. 11 Sep 1902 to W. T. BARE, who survives and 2 dau., Louise and Mrs. Lyle R. Wood, son, James Andrew died in infancy, 3 sisters, Mrs. Lawrence Ward, Mrs. Bryan Overton, Mrs. Henry Hawkins, 2 bro., Robert and Charlie Fisher. Preceded in death by mother, sister, Mrs. Sid (Rosa) Green.

BARE, Sarah Etta (Green,) 76, East of Bedford died 24 Aug 1930, buried IOOF Bedford d/o late Mr. and Mrs. John Green, b. 30 Aug 1853, 1st m. 6 Dec 1871, to JOHN WELCH who died, 8 Feb 1921, 2nd m. 15 Oct 1924 to CHARLES S. BARE deceased 3 Jul 1928. Sarah died at the home of her nephew, Mr. Talton Green. She was last of 7 brothers and sisters.

BARE, Sidney (Wise,) 57, Indianapolis, IN died 29 Sep 1929, buried IOOF Bedford born Trimble Co. 14 Apr 1872, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. James Wise, widow of Z. T. BARE survived by 4 brothers, Redford, Irvin, Archer and James Wise, and an adopted daughter, Mrs. Morris Strother.

BARE, W. T. (William Taylor,) 69 died 27 Nov 1944, bur. IOOF Bedford, lifelong resident of Trimble Co., former Circuit Court Clerk, taught school for 11 yrs in the county, b. Wise's Landing, 25 Oct 1875, s/o late Emily Overton and James Andrew Bare, m. 11 Sep 1902 to SADIE A. FISHER, who died 23 Jan 1932, 3 ch., a son James Andrew died in infancy, 2 dau. Mrs. Harry Melvin and Mrs. Lile R, Wood. He m. 2nd, 26 Apr 1944 to MRS. DORA GILBERT of English who surv., preceded by sis. Victoria.

BARKER, Hugh F., 74, Lexington, KY died 9 Oct 1939, wife was NANNIE MOSLEY, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. A. Mosley of near Milton, 1 son Harold Y. Barker.

BARKER, Linnie, ca 80, near Louisville, KY died 26 Jul 1937, buried Springdale Cemetery in Madison, IN. d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Gossom, and was last of the family. 1st m. JAMES F. CAPLINGER, a businessman and resident of Milton, KY. A widow, m. 2nd Rev. T. W. BARKER. now deceased, survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. C. L. Spillman and Mrs. S. M. Bailey.

BARNES, Addie, 67, New Hope died 18 Nov 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, born near Leeport, dau. of Hayden and Frances (Smith) Alexander, m. NATHAN W. BARNES who died 31 Mar 1928, 6 children, 4 survive, Mrs. Carroll Miles, Mrs. Aubrey Jones, Mrs. Fulton Watson, and Mr. Nelson Barnes, 2 children Mrs. Claud Callis and an infant preceded her. Surviving also are a sis., Mrs. Nathan Cull and brother, Will Alexander of St. Louis, MO. Note: Mrs. Mason (Mary Lee) Cull not Nathan Cull.

BARNES, Alice, 74, Indiana died 4 May 1948, bur. Prospect, IN, b. Trimble Co., near Milton and lived in Pleasant Retreat and Wise's Landing com. (d/o William Harrison and Margaret Ward.) Her husband ORA BARNES died 38 years ago. Survived by children Mrs. Raymond Hoskins, Mrs. Joseph Andrews, Mrs. Lonnie Smith, Everett, Earl, Hubert Barnes, sis. Mrs. Stella Leach, 5 bro. Eugene, John, Clarence, Frank and Judge L. A. Ward.

BARNES, Bertie Mae Huff, 52, Pleasant Retreat died 1 Jan 1942, bur. Moffett Cemetery d/o late James and Elizabeth Perkinson Huff, b. 5 Sep 1889, m. 5 Sep 1906 to LESLIE M. BARNES, who survives with 2 children Mrs. Ladonna Barnes Schwers and Cecil Barnes, a half?bro. J. T. Huff a sister Sadie dec'd. Mrs. Barnes was a correspondent for the Trimble Democrat from Pleasant Retreat community.

BARNES, Bing, 88, died 27 Nov 1943, buried Moffett Cemetery, (s/o William and Rebecca Parham Barnes,) m. MARY E. PLUMMER, 10 children, 5 survive, Guy, William, Dan Barnes, Mrs. Nettie Ogden and Mrs. Bertha Manker. Note: Was Mary's name Plummer or Plumoff as on m. 20 Feb 1879 ?

BARNES, Chella, see Shella Barnes.

BARNES, Emmett L., 84, died 8 Sep 1948, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 4 Jul 1864 in the Poplar Ridge community, s/o late Shad and Mary (McClure) Barnes, m. 1918 to MRS. FANNIE BREWER MCCLURE who surv., 3 dau. Mrs. Gifford Clem, Mrs. J. T. Buchanan and Miss Mamie Barnes, 3 step?sons Emmett, Wm. and Russell McClure, 2 bro. Charles and Jim (James Lawrence) Barnes. Preceded by bro. Curt Barnes. Emmett built the rock wall at the Bedford Cemetery.

BARNES, Herbert, 48, Calif. died ca 4 Jun 1948, buried there. Youngest s/o late Mr. and Mrs. James H. Barnes, b. and reared in Pleasant Retreat community. Survived by wife and 3 ch., 2 sis. Mrs. L. C. (Pearl) McIntire and Mrs. Nannie Schirmer, 3 bro. Leslie, Floyd and Elmo Barnes. A sister Mrs. Mamie Callis died 25 years ago.

BARNES, James Henry, 72, Madison, IN died 1 Jul 1930, buried Moffett Cem., born and reared Pleasant Retreat community, (s/o William and Rebecca Parham Barnes,) Survived by widow MATTIE HUDSON BARNES, 6 children, Leslie M., Elmo, Hubert, William Floyd Barnes, Mrs. L. C. McIntire and Mrs. Nannie Shirmer. 2 sis., Mrs. Mary "Polly" Talbert and Mrs. Nannie Little, 1 bro., Bingham Barnes.

BARNES, Mary Elizabeth, 75, South of Milton died 11 Sep 1937, buried Moffett Cemetery, widow of late NATHAN BARNES (died 3 Oct 1932,) (d/o Joseph D. and Amelia S. Rowlett Perkinson, born, 5 May 1862, married, 13 Dec 1883 to Nathan Barnes.) Survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Ben Pendleton and Mrs. Graham Thomas, 3 sons, Herman, Ernest and Oscar Barnes.

BARNES, Mary Elizabeth, 80, died 15 Jun 1942, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. Glispie, IL, 16 Apr 1862, (d/o George and Ruby Plummer or Plumoff.) m. BINGHAM BARNES in May 1879, or (20 Feb 1979.) 10 ch., 5 survives with husband, Mrs. Delt (Nettie) Ogden, Mrs. Bertha Manker, Will, Guy and Dan Barnes.

BARNES, Mattie, 85, near 86, died 17 Nov 1945, buried Moffett Cem., b. 24 Dec 1860, d/o late Rev. William Allen and Nancy Hudson, one of 12 ch., Survived by 1 sis. Mrs. Nannie Joyce. Mattie m. 1882 to JAMES H. BARNES, who died 1 Jul 1930, 7 ch., dau. Mrs. Mayme Callis died 24 years ago, surviving are: Mrs. Pearl McIntire, Mrs. Leslie Barnes, Mrs. Nannie Schirmer, Floyd, Hubert and Elmo Barnes.

BARNES, Myrtle Julia, 62, Calif. died 13 Apr 1933, buried ?? b. 1 Mar 1894. The former MYRTLE McCANN of Ghent, KY. Former residents of Trimble Co., Wife of CURTIS E. BARNES, a brother of Charlie and Emmett Barnes.

BARNES, N. W. (Nathan,) 65, New Hope died 31 Mar 1928, buried ??, s/o late Shad and Mary Barnes, m. 1887 to MISS ADDIE ALEXANDER, 5 ch., Mrs. Claude Callis, dec'd. 5 years ago. Mrs. Fulton Watson, Mrs. Carroll Miles, Mrs. Aubrey Jones and Nelson Barnes. Survived by wife, 4 ch., 4 brothers, Emmett, Charles, James Lawrence and Curtis Barnes, 1 sister, Mrs. F. W. Hudson.

BARNES, Nathan, 76, Madison, IN died 3 Oct 1932, buried Moffett Cem., married, wife (MARY E. PERKINSON BARNES) and 5 children survive, Herman, Ernest, Oscar Barnes, Mrs. Graham (Leona) Thomas and Mrs. Ben (Leana) Pendleton. Note: Nathan s/o Shadrack and Harriet Jane Toombs Barnes.

BARNES, Oscar, 52, Chicago died 8 Feb 1939, buried there, lived in Chicago, 16 years. s/o late Nathan and (Mary E. Perkinson) Barnes, born and reared in Trimble Co. Survived by 2 brothers Herman and Ernest Barnes, 2 sisters Mrs. Ben F. Pendleton and Mrs. Graham Thomas.

BARNES, Reuben, 79, Calif. buried California died 8 Dec 1929, born and reared in Trimble Co., Survived by widow (NANNIE A. PERKINSON BARNES,) and 7 children: Dona Ervin, Lawrence D., William Shelby, Oather F. Barnes, Mrs. O. H. (Lucy Chella) Schirmer, Mrs. D. C. (Lillie Ann) Ralston, Mrs. W. L. (Lizzie Myrtle) Wright. 1 son Bealie Melvin Barnes, dec'd.

BARNES, Shadrack, 61, Washington, D. C. died 15 Oct 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., m. JUNA COOMBS (BEUNA TOOMBS,) 1 son Udell Barnes, both survive, 2 brothers John Robert and Jasper Barnes, a sister Mrs. James Horine and a foster son Woodrow Barnes. Note: Shadrack s/o Newton and Zerelda O. Perkinson Barnes, 1st m. 19 Apr 1899, ZADIE ALICE TOOMBS. She died before 1900 census was taken. He m. BURNICE "BUNA" TOOMBS 12 Dec 1900.

BARNES, Shella (Chella) Lee, 64, Pleasant Retreat died 26 Jul 1940, bur. Moffett Cem,, b. 12 Sep 1875, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Elias Adam Smith, m. Mar 1896 to DONA BARNES, 3 children Mrs. Lloyd Greenwood, Marvin and Erma Barnes, 1 sister Mrs. William Ogden, another sister Mrs. Thomas Jackson died in May. Note: Dona Ervin Barnes m. CHELLA LEE SMITH.

BARNES, William Jasper, 70, Madison, IN died 25 Mar 1949 ? 23 Mar on stone, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 12 Oct 1878, (s/o Newton and Zerelda Perkinson Barnes.) He moved to Madison 6 mo. ago. Survived by widow LOLA B. (SCOTT) BARNES, 3 sons William L., Lyman H. and Jasper Barnes, Jr, 2 dau. Mary Mildred Barnes and Mrs. Juanita DeVeary. 2 sons and a dau. by a previous marriage (to LULA MOUNT, died ca 1913) (twins) Woodrow, and Woodford Barnes, and Mrs. Lola Bell Barrickman, a bro. John Robert Barnes, a sis. Mrs. Scisley Horine. (John Robert or John W. Barnes)??

BARNETT, Flora, 36, Bedford died 6 Apr 1946, bur. Powell Cem., b. 6 Apr 1910, d/o John and Malissa Poland Moore. Data from funeral record.

BARRICKMAN, Allie Ernestine 35, died 17 Feb 1947, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Jefferson Co. IN, 14 Feb 1912 d/o George and Hallie Overton Stone, at the age of 4, she was adopted by Henry and Daisy Dowell of Greenburg, IN. After death of foster par. she was taken into home of Mr.and Mrs. James McManahan with whom she lived until she returned to the home of her father. m. ROY F. BARRICKMAN in 1934, he Survived with 1 dau. Greta Jaunita Barrickman, other survivors are father, 2 bro. and step?son, Capt. Uhel Barrickman.

BARRICKMAN, James Willis, 77, Wise's Landing died 29 Jan 1933, buried IOOF Bedford b. 27 Feb 1856, m. MISS ARTEMECIA ADMIRE, (dec'd. 1919,) 3 children 2 survive, Mrs. C. G. Carson, Roy F. Barrickman, Lillian Ann died around 5 yrs of age. Survived by 2 brothers Cole and Lou Barrickman.

BARRICKMAN, Sadie Lee, 32, died 23 Dec 1930, buried Macedonia Cem., d/o Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Overton. Wife of ROY E. BARRICKMAN, m. 25 Jan 1919, 1 son, Uhel Overton Barrickman, (a dau. Greta Maturo) 1 brother, Bryan Overton, preceded in death by her mother and 3 sisters.

BARRINGER, Ada Lee Vandolah, 66, Ariz. died 3 or 4 Jan 1947, bur. Moffett Cem., former res. of Trimble Co., d/o Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Vandolah, b. Trimble Co., 6 Jun 1880, m. 1900 to BURDETT BARRINGER, died 4 May 1927, 2 ch. Mrs. Robert Wiseman and Lawrence Barringer. Survived by ch., sister, Mrs. Minnie Barringer, preceded by brothers Clark, George and Gene Vandolah.

BARRINGER, John Francis, 67, Columbus, IN died 2 May 1941, buried there, born Milton, KY, 7 Jan 1874, s/o late John and Lucy Wise Barringer, moved to Indiana in 1914, survived by wife and 4 children.

BARRINGER, Thomas Jesse, 71, Milton died 8 Jul 1931, buried Moffett Cem., b. 24 Nov 1860 (s/o John and Lucy Wise Barringer,) m. 3 Dec 1891, MINNIE VANDOLAH, 4 ch., wife and 3 ch. Survived, John Barringer, Mrs. Jesse "Goldie" Powell, Mrs. Ruby Barringer, Mrs. George (Ella) Lovell, dec'd.

BARTH, Wilson Willis, ca 83, died 19 or 21 Nov 1941, buried (Moffett Cemetery,) b. 1858, Hamburg, PA, (s/o Michael E. Barth,) he came to this county at age 6 months. A sister and brother all died within a few years.

BARTLETT, Dr. Harry Baker, 68, New Orleans, LA died 21 Sep 1935, buried there also. He was a son of Andrew Jackson and Isabella Bartlett, b. 7 May 1867, Bedford, KY. Brother of late Mrs. G. W. Peak and Mrs. Sam Prior. m. MARY SMITH of NJ who survives, 1 son, Dr. A. J. Bartlett.

BARTLETT, Jack, 26, Louisville, KY died 19 Aug 1928, buried Cave Hill Cem., a former resident of Bedford, s/o George Bartlett and Julia Bartlett. Survived by widow, Dorothy Bartlett, 1 bro., Thomas, 4 sis., Mrs. Ernest Blount, Mrs. George Smith, Mrs. John Burbette and Miss Berrie Bartlett.

BARTON, Gertrude, 48, Madison, IN died 8 Nov 1943, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. Trimble Co. d/o Tom Arnett, 1st m. to JOSEPH LUCKETT who died 1926, m. 2nd to HENRY BARTON in 1930. She leaves her husband, father and 7 ch. by her 1st marriage, Jefferson, Henry, Gale, Virginia and Gladys Luckett and Mrs. Lena Shemfessel, 4 sisters Mrs. Allen Rowlett, Mrs. D. T. Rowlett, Mrs. Virgil Liter and Mrs. Walter Prescott, 2 brothers, Joseph and Oscar Arnett.

BASHAW, John T., 84, attorney, Madison, IN died 18 Oct 1934, buried Springdale Cem. A native of Shelby Co., KY. He served as Superintendent of Schools in Trimble Co. Late wife MARY CALLOWAY, died 3 years ago.

BASHAW, Mary, __, died 30 Aug 1931, buried Springdale Cem., m. 30 Apr 1878, wife of Attorney JOHN T. BASHAW, of Bedford. d/o late B. F. and Catherine Johnson Calloway of Madison, IN.

BATES, Florence Bell Jobson, 78, died 4 Sep 1945, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 20 Jul 1867, d/o Henry Clay and Mary Frances Daily Jobson, m. PERRY RICHARD BATES, 20 Feb 1885, 4 ch., 2 died in infancy. Living are Frank Bates and E. W. Bates, 1 brother B. B. Jobson.

BATES, Perry Richard, 88, died 19 Mar 1948, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 18 Feb 1860, s/o Abner and Mariah Hood Bates, m. 20 Feb 1885, FLORENCE B. JOBSON who died 1945, 4 ch., 2 died in infancy, 2 sons survive E. W. and Frank Bates.

BAXTER, Jennie (Smith,) 72, Sligo, KY died 26 Nov 1928, buried Smithfield Cem. 1 dau., Mrs. Ruth Lawler, 2 sons, Garnett and Si Baxter, 1 brother, John S. Smith and 5 step-children.

BAXTER, Rose Ella (Powell,) 52, Bedford died 22 Oct 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, wife of Hon. W. O. BAXTER, m. Jun 1898, 2 children, Joe and Mary Lou Baxter, also survived by father, ex?sheriff, Joseph P. Powell, 2 brothers, George A. and Robert Powell, a sister, Mrs. Amanda Ford.

BAXTER, W. O., 72, Bedford died 7 Dec 1941, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Deputy, IN. Res. of KY for 40 yrs. Born and reared in Scott Co., IN. Taught school for ten years before moving to Kentucky. He was Judge of Trimble Co. circuit court from 1930 until 1937. Survived by 2 dau. Mrs. Faye Foster and Mrs. James McKinney, a son Joe Baxter.

BAYNE, Gayle Weston, 21, Osgood. IN, Interred 27 Jul 1932, Moffett Cemetery, born, Trimble Co. s/o Lee Bayne.

BAYNE, Juanita Jo, 13 days died 29 Jan 1941, buried Mt. Carmel Cem., d/o Wilfred and Lizzie Chandler Bayne. Data from funeral record.

BAYNE, Justice Goebel, 45, died 5 Nov 1944, Jefferson Co., KY, buried Wilmington, Del., veteran of W W I, b. Trimble Co., 18 Oct 1899, s/o Mr.and Mrs. James Bayne, m. 30 May 1920 to FLORENCE BEAUCHAMP, of Wilmington, Del. Survived by wife, mother, 3 bro. Cleve, Shelley and Truman Bayne, sis. Mrs. Sam Carder.

BAYNE, Keith, born and died 6 Jun 1943, buried Moffett Cemetery, s/o Mr. and Mrs. John Godfrey Bayne, Aurora, IN, former residents of Trimble Co.

BAYNE, Lillian Belle Quirin, 39, died 15 Jun 1946, buried Moffett Cem., b. Madison, IN, 24 Feb 1907, d/o Charles and Lucy (Abbott) Quirin, m. TRUMAN BAYNE, 15 Jun 1927. Husband survive with 2 dau. Eveline Janice and Hilary Joan Bayne, also a sister Mrs. John Warman.

BAYNE, Virgil, 43, Cleveland, OH died 18 Dec 1937, buried Moffett Cemetery, born and reared in Milton, s/o late James Bayne. Survived by mother, Mrs. Julia McCord Bayne, a sister, Mrs. Samuel (Hilary) Carder, 4 bro., Cleveland, Goebel, Shelley and Truman Bayne.

BEBOUT, Charles W., 56, Leachburg, PA died 18 Mar 1936, buried Moffett Cem., born and reared in Milton, s/o late G.W. Bebout, leaves wife and 5 ch. Survived by 1 sister, Mrs. Harmon Engleman, a half?brother, Thomas M. Wood.

BEBOUT, Ferdinand Aron, 44, Ft. Wayne, IN died 30 Jul 1930, buried New Haven, born in Trimble Co., survived by wife Alice Bebout and 7 daughters.

BEBOUT, Nannie, __, near Lexington died 19 Dec 1930, widow, buried Moffett Cem. former resident of Trimble Co., daughter, Mrs. Arthur Tingle. Note: Her dates on stone at IOOF Bedford 1853 - 1930.

BECKLEY, C. E., 65, near Georgetown died 17 Jan 1933, buried Versailles Cem., father of Mrs. Otho Watts, of Bedford. survived by widow and 7 children.

BECRAFT, Carl Vernon, 44, died 13 Aug 1947, buried Ghent, KY, b. 10 Jan 1903, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Becraft. When a small boy, lived in a children's home and the late Frank Wright later adopted him. On 28 Sep 1922, m. to MARY EDNA MCDOWELL, 4 ch. 3 survive Mrs. Norma Howard, Raymond, Ella Becraft. Carl, Jr. died in infancy. Bro. Raymond and Everett of OH.

BECRAFT, Howard, 17, Locust Creek in Trimble Co. died 7 Sep 1933, buried Mt. Tabor Cem. s/o Mr. and Mrs. John Becraft, 2 brothers, Raymond and Harold, 3 sisters, Mrs. Edward Kelley, Mrs. Robert Goode and Pauline Becraft.

BEECH, Ruby, 21, wife of GEORGE BEECH, Madison, IN died 24 Feb 1935, buried ? Daughter of Joseph J. and Nancy (Risk) Mikesell of North Madison, natives of Trimble Co. moving to IN 11 yrs. ago. Survived by 3 children, Mary Louise, 6, George Aley, 4, and Daisy Irene age 2 years. 2 brothers, Joseph and Ernest Mikesell, 4 sisters, Thelma, Rosy, Frieda and Agness Miksell.

BELL, Addie, (48,) Milton died 5 Jun 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 1 Jul 1889, Trimble Co., daughter of late Logan Lynch, m. 28 Nov 1909 to JESSE L. BELL, who survives with children, Katheryn, Violet and Jesse Glenn Bell. 5 brothers, Samuel, James, Noble, Rollie and Shelby Lynch.

BELL, Alf J., 87, Leeport died 26 Dec 1948, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late John W. and Catherine Powell Bell, b. 14 May 1861 and is the last member of the family. SCOTTIE DEHONEY BELL his wife, died 50 yrs ago, dau. Ida May Cook died a decade hence. A son?in?law, Herbert Cook survives.

BELL, Charles Arthur, 77, died 8 Nov 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 10 Jul 1872, Carroll Co., parents moving to Bedford when he was a small child, he was 2nd s/o late James W. and Eliza Clem Bell. Col. Bell was a druggist here for more than 50 years. Was postmaster of Bedford Post Office under President Cleveland and Wilson. He was never married. Survived by sister Miss Carrie Bell, nephews Frank C. and Charles W. Bell.

BELL, D. L. (Dora Lee,) 65, Bedford died 4 Apr 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, son of late James W. and Eliza J. (Clem) Bell, b. Palmyra neighborhood, 27 Jan 1870, m. 15 Oct 1906 to LINNIE WYATT. Survived by wife, 2 sons, Frank C. and Charles W. Bell, a brother, Col. C. A. Bell, a sister, Miss Carrie L. Bell, and half?brother, J. Willard Bell.

BELL, Eliza Jane, 83, Bedford died 28 Apr 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, widow, b. Palmyra community, 11 Sep 1845, d/o late John W. and Nancy Clem, m. JAMES W. BELL, now dec'd. 3 children: D. L. Bell (a banker,) C. A. Bell (druggist,) Miss Carrie L. Bell. 2 sisters, Mrs. Mollie Herod and Mrs. Nannie Hickson. 2 brothers, J. B. and A. B. Clem.

BELL, Hallie Law, 57, died 3 Nov 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, wife of Dr. W. P. Bell, a dentist, m. 1901. HALLIE GERTRUDE LAW, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Law, b. Trimble Co. 15 Jan 1877. Survived by husband, a dau., Ethel Mae Bell, 4 sons, Richard, William Lewis, Barrymore and Owsley Bell, 6 brothers, Augustus, Sidney, John, Louis, Charlie and Roy Law.

BELL, John E., 87, Hanover, IN died 6 Feb 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, former resident of Trimble Co., b. Oldham Co., KY. Survived by widow, Florence Bell, 3 sons, Jap, Albert O, and William D. Bell, 2 daughters, Mrs. Laura Richmond and Mrs. May Nolte and a brother, William A. Bell.

BELL, Josie A. Jacobs, 69, died 25 Feb 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o late Robert and Lizzie Jacobs, b. 8 Jul 1879, 1st m. GOODLOE EDWARDS, 1 son J. R. Edwards m. 2nd to ELMER BELL. Survived by son, husband and 2 brothers James and Harve Jacobs.

BELL, Mattie S. (Peak,) 60, Hunter's Bottom died 22 Jun 1933, buried IOOF Bedford widow of JAMES W. BELL, died 6 yrs ago. 1 son, J. Willard Bell, d/o I. N. Peak, who survives, 2 sisters, Mrs. Clara Sibley Callis, Mrs. L. G. Abbott, 2 brothers, W. I. Peak and Irvin Peak.

BELL, Owsley Stanley, 33, died 31 Oct 1947, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Bedford, 27 May 1914, s/o Dr. William P. and late Mrs. Hallie (Law) Bell, surv. by father, sis. Mrs. Walter Raisor, 3 bro. Richard, William "Johnny" and Barrymore Bell. His mother died 1934.

BELL, Miss Sue C., 88, Leeport died 19 Jan 1941, bur. near Monitor in family burying ground, funeral at Union Grove, survived by brother Alf Bell.

BELL, William Ambrose, 86, Bedford died 24 Jun 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Oldham Co. 17 Apr 1861, m. 28 Jun 1900 to LUCY E. JONES who survives with 4 ch., Mrs. Iva (Myrtle) Rowlett, Viola, Ralph and John Bell.

BELL, William Elmer, 69, Palmyra community died 20 Mar 1940, buried IOOF Carrollton, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. Kearney Bell, b. 19 Jul 1870, m. 25 Nov 1925 to MRS. JOSIE JACOBS EDWARDS, no children, survived by brothers Dudley G. and Jesse L. Bell.

BICKERSON, boy of 3 years, Little Kentucky River In paper of 15 Apr 1943, buried Tennessee, s/o Mat H. Bickerson. His death by drowning.

BIRD, Adolphus 81, Indianapolis, IN. In 1 Apr paper, died, Mar 1937, buried there also. Survived by 2 brothers, G. W. Bird and J. D. Bird of Trimble Co.

BIRD, Douglas G. 82, died 10 Sep 1936, lived in Indianapolis, IN for the last 30 years, buried Crown Hill Cem. there. b. Kenton Co., KY, 26 Feb 1854, came to Trimble Co. when a boy, m. JULIA BRINKWORTH, 5 children, 3 died at an early age. Mrs. Bird died 11 years ago. Survived by 2 dau. Zada and Lillian Bird, brothers and sisters, G. A., William, James D., Mrs. Paul Hiems, by half?brothers and sisters, M. C., Thomas V., Ira, and Henry Bird, Mrs. Mary Bennett and Mrs. Turner Hill.

BIRD, George William, 83, died 13 Feb 1942, buried Carmel Cemetery, s/o Elisha and Mary Franklin Bird, b. Kenton Co., KY 4 Jun 1858, came to Trimble Co. in 1869, m. 1882 to IDA MOSSER who died 15 Nov 1900, 7 ch. Charles H., Leslie, Oscar, Mrs. Shelly Poland and Mrs. Wilbur Wood, m. 2nd to Margie Rand in 1904 who survives, a brother James Bird, a sister Mrs. Juanita Heine, 2 half?sisters and 3 half?brothers.

BIRD, Mabel, 71, Madison, IN died 8 Nov 1947, buried Springdale Cem., former resident of Trimble Co., lived in Madison since 1914, widow of late JOHN M. BIRD who was at one time a rural letter carrier at Milton. Surv by dau. Mrs. C. L. Ewing, 4 sons Howard, Edward, Frank and Orville Bird.

BIRD, Martin C., 70, Indianapolis, IN died 25 Oct 1939, bur. Crown Hill Cem., former resident of Trimble Co., survived by wife SUSAN KENDALL BIRD, 3 sis. Mrs. Minnie Hill, Mrs. Mary Bonnett and Mrs. Paul Heim, bro. Thomas V., Henry, Ira, James and William Bird.

BISHOP, Mildred Frances, 75, died 20 Jun 1943, bur. Bethel Cem., b. 30 May 1868, (d/o Thomas Jefferson and Rachel Ellen Hilton Goode?, both from Scott Co., Va.) m. 1888 to BUTLER O. BISHOP, who (died 26 Feb 1916,) 10 ch., Calvin, Nat, Joe, Sherman and J. T. Bishop, Mrs. W. A. Lynch, Mrs. R. W. Bruene, Mrs. Jake (Elsie) Hamilton, Mrs. Ted Fleming, Mrs. Herman Baxter, 4 step?ch. John, Jim, Mrs. Ella Zimmerman and Mrs. Ben Hardesty, 1 brother John Goodrum? Goode or Goodrum?

BLACK, Henry Clay, 63, Bedford died 28 Jul 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, an attorney, s/o Thomas Jefferson Black and Mary Pitman Black, b. 23 Oct 1867 m. 1897 to MISS ROXIE BELL, who died 31 years ago, 2 children: Richard Bell Black who died in infancy, and Attorney Byron Black.

BLANKENBAKER, Lulie, (64,) Jeffersontown, KY died 3 Oct 1933, buried same, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. John Moreland, born and reared in Trimble Co., survived by husband, Samuel Blankenbaker, 1 brother, Samuel Moreland, 3 sisters, Mrs. Charlie Crawford, Mrs. George E. Buchanan and Mrs. Mamie Yenowine.

BOATWRIGHT, Lillie Tingle, 62, died 6 Jun 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. William Whitaker, b. Trimble Co. 24 May 1880, m. CHARLIE TINGLE who died 37 years ago, 4 children, Clara died age 16, Mrs. Elizabeth Jacobs, Henry and Charlie Tingle. She m. 2nd NOLAN BOATWRIGHT, 3 children, Robert Chester, James Clem Boatwright and Jessie Carroll Ralston, 3 brothers Ben, Ora and Sherman Whitaker, 2 sisters Mrs. Vera Hayes and Mrs. N. J. Harmon.

BOGGS, George, 74, IN died 20 Feb 1928, buried Carmel Cem. former resident of Carmel community, b. 4 Apr 1853, Gallatin Co.,KY. Survived by widow, Sallie O'Neal Boggs, 5 sons, (only 4 named) O'Neal, Joe, William and Robert, 4 dau., Mrs. Edgar Callis, Mrs. Hurley McCutcheon, Mrs. James Collins and Mrs. William Moore.

BOLDERY, Charles Wilbur, 34, Trout's Bottom died 15 Jan 1940, bur. Mt. Pleasant Cem. b. 26 May 1905, s/o James E. and (Hallie Scott) Boldery.

BOLDERY, Daughter, a few hours died 18 Jul 1930, buried Moffett Cem., d/o Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Boledry.

BOLDERY, James, almost 80, Mt. Pleasant died 16 Feb 1936, buried Moffett Cemetery, wife (NANCY SCOTT BOLDERY) and 2 ch. dec'd. Survived by 7 children, James, Dave, Joe Fred, Nathan, Alvin, Simeon and Mrs. Henry Richmond.

BOLDERY, Mattie (41,) Spring Creek died 27 Jan 1935, buried Moffett Cemetery, survived by husband, Alvin Boldery, 6 children, the youngest being a baby of 5 months. (Note: Margaret Katherine Wingham Boldery was daughter of Nathan P. and Magnolia Welch Wingham, her ch., Bill Ludwig from 1st marriage and Luther, Aubrey, James, Perry and Geneva Boldery.)

BOLDERY, Nannie Adams, 43, Corn Creek died 16 Jun 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, wife of JOE FRED BOLDERY. Survived by husband and 7 children. Note: Children on 1920 census: Willie, Frances, Vera Lee, Hattie May and Goldine. They also had a son Roy.

BOLDERY, Thurman C., 28, died 7 Feb 1942, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 20 Oct 1913, s/o Dave and Virgie Shelton Boldery, wife PAULINE BOLDERY, daughter Delores Ruth, 3 brothers Marvin, Hayden and Rand Boldery, sister Mrs. Paul May. A daughter Dorothy died in infancy.

BOLDERY, Virgie, 63, died 17 Dec 1946, buried Moffett Cem., b. Owen Co., d/o Hayden Shelton, m. DAVE BOLDERY. The details to be in next issue were not found in paper. These are the ch. listed in Dave's obit. in 1966 ? sons, Marvin, Hayden and Raymond Boldery, 1 dau. Mrs. Eula May. Preceded by son Thurman and a dau. Corrine. Note: Tombstone dates are 24 Sep 1883 ? 17 Sep 1946.

BOLDERY, Wilma Louise, 5, Corn Creek died 25 Jun 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Boldery.

BORCHETT, William M., 60, Hunter's Bottom died 14 Sep 1936, buried near Chicago. He died at Mrs. Flora Thieman's funeral at the Lutheran Church. Body was returned to his former home for burial. Survived by widow and 3 ch.

BOTTS, Samuel M., 53, died 17 Apr 1934 at Veterans Hospital, buried at Washington Park Cemetery. A veteran of the Spanish?American War. Survived by widow, HENRIETTA BOTTS, 1 dau., Iva Mae Botts. He taught school for many years in and around Milton. b. Trimble Co., son of James K. Botts.

BOWMAN, Albert, Sr., 76, Lakeland, KY died 2 Apr 1939, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 14 Feb 1863, m. 19 Oct 1886 to MARTHA DEWS who died Sep 1906, 3 children Mrs. Pauline Chapman who died 2 years ago, David and Harry Bowman survive. On 2 Feb 1909 m. 2nd MRS. DORA COLBERT SACHLEBEN who survives with 2 children Mrs. Mildred Jones and Albert Bowman, Jr. Family moved from Trimble Co. to Lakeland in 1937.

BOWMAN, Dora, 68, Anchorage, KY died 18 Apr 1941, (buried Moffett Cemetery,) d/o Russell and Ruth Ann Colbert, b. 7 Nov 1872, m. JOSEPH SACHLEBEN who died ca 34 years ago, 1 dau. Ruth died in infancy, m. 2nd ALBERT BOWMAN. He died 2 Apr 1939, 2 ch. Albert Bowman and Mildred Jones, 1 step?son Harry Bowman, 1 sister Lucy Humphrey.

BRADLEY, James Robert, 75, died 16 Jul 1949, buried Mt. Carmel Cem., b. 22 Oct 1873 in Carroll Co., (f. William H. Bradley, m. Mary King Bradley,) m. 1899 to ELLA N. WOOD of Trimble Co., surv. by wife, 3 sons Waller, Robert and Carroll Bradley, 1 sis. Mrs. Kitty Banks.

BRADLEY, Pete L., 68, died 31 Oct 1943, buried Moffett Cemetery, s/o A. Boone and Julia Hicks Bradley, b. 23 Apr 1875 at Sanders, KY, m. 22 Dec 1906 to MRS. BERTHA MILLER HOPKINS of Louisville, KY. He came to Trimble Co., ca 22 years ago. He leaves a widow, 2 brothers A. B. and B. T. Bradley, a sister Mrs. Fannie Buchanan.

BRADSHAW, Margaret Olda Belle, 65, Jefferson Co., IN died 17 Jan 1933, buried (Jennings Co., IN) d/o Jacob and Sarah Mikesell, b. Clark Co., IN, moving to Trimble Co. at age 2 years. Living here until her m. 22 Aug 1900 to JESSE WALTER BRADSHAW, of IN. Survived by 2 children, Orvel Preston and Sarah Olive, also 4 brothers and 2 sisters, Mrs. George Farley, Mrs. John Hosley, W. B., Thomas, Sidney and Lowery Mikesell.

BRANCH, Edward, almost 84, died 28 Sep 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, born in Hickory Grove neighborhood, 2 Oct 1852, 1st m. NANCY TAPP, m. 2nd ELVIREE HAINES 3 children to this union, William Harvey and Hurley B. Branch. His wife and a daughter, Mrs. Lena Stark preceded him several yrs. ago.

BRANCH, Jane Middleton (Colbert,) 87, Trimble Co. died 26 Mar 1928 Hickory Grove b. 18 Dec 1840, 1st husband PAUL DUVALL died many years ago, m. 2nd BENJAMIN BRANCH, who preceded her in death 5 years ago.

BRANCH, Robert, Jr., 82, died 25 Jul 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, m. VILETTIE JEFFRIES, she died 1899, a son, Alva Branch survives.

BRAY, Alma (Banks,) 17, Bedford died 24 Apr 1930, buried IOOF Carrollton, wife of TERRELL BRAY, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Walton Banks of Carrollton, KY. 2 children: Terrell, Jr., 15 mo. and Carrie Jo, 6 weeks, 1 brother Buddy Banks, 1 sister Emma Frances.

BRAY, James, 70, Indianapolis, IN died 17 Apr 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late Joseph and Jane Bray of Trimble Co. last of a family of 7 children, married Miss Ollie Dunn, who survives with 7 of their 10 children: Mrs. Ollie Lynch, Mrs. Kathleen Beach, Mrs. E. T. Barrickman, Mrs. L. C. Yager, Mr. Beverly Bray, Joe S. Bray and Willis Bray.

BRAY, Mary E., 76, died in Ohio. Interred 9 Nov 1947 Moffett Cem., one of 9 children b. to George and Alice Shelton of Owen Co., surv. by brother James Shelton, sis. Mrs. Ella Smithers. m. DAN BRAY who died 25 years ago, 10 ch., Mrs. Jessie Harlow, Mrs. Lucille Lewis, Mrs. Gus Rost and Jim Bray. Preceded by 2 dau. in infancy, Margaret and Mabel, a son Willie Bray died 2 years ago. Other 3 names not given.

BRAY, Mary Levania, 6, Gill Ridge, interred 23 June 1943 IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bray, b. 31 Mar 1937, survived by parents, 3 bro. James, W. L. and Robert Bray, a sister Lorene Bray.

BRAY, Ollie Dunn, 70, died at home of son, Joe Bray 19 May 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Frank and Susan May Dunn, born and reared in Carroll Co., KY, m. 6 Nov 1885 to JAMES H. BRAY, who preceded her. 10 children, 7 survive, Mrs. E. H. Barrickman, Mrs. C. L. Yeager, Mrs. Thelma Lynch, Mrs. Kathleen Crafton, Joe S., Willis and Beverly Bray. 4 sisters, Mrs. Lottie Pyles, Mrs. Effie Trinkle, Mrs. Nannie Vories, 4th ?___ 3 brothers, Jeff, Alvin and Burr Dunn.

BRENT, Ira, 61, Turner's Station died 14 Jul 1936, buried Campbellsburg, former resident of Trimble Co., son of late William and Angeline Brent. Married MINNIE LEE, of Henry Co. KY. Survived by widow, 1 sister, Mrs. Cortez McIntire, 4 brothers, D. A., Newton, Leland and W. C. Brent.

BRENT, James Thomas, 72, C'burg died 28 Jul 1938, buried Campbellsburg, born on Town Branch near Bedford, 27 Feb 1866, last member of his family, son of James M. and Mary Staten Brent, m. MINNIE CAPLINGER who survives, also 4 ch., Mrs. Mary Grace Kluth, Raymond, Arthur and Joseph Brent.

BRENT, Lizzie, 56, Campbellsburg died 3 Aug 1928, buried Campbellsburg, born and reared in Trimble Co. d/o late Mr. and Mrs. James Brent, survived by 1 brother, Tom Brent.

Brent, Mary T., 86, C'burg died 9 Jan 1928 , buried Campbellsburg, former resident of Trimble Co., d/o Joseph and Elizabeth Staten, b. near Ewingford 22 Sep 1841, 67 yrs ago m. the late JAMES M. BRENT, 8 children: 2 living, Thomas Brent and Miss Lizzie Brent, 1 bro., Joe Staten, Jr., 3 sis., Mrs. Roxie Wyatt, Mrs. Bettie Dawkins and Mrs. Dora Jones.

BREWER, Elford Anne (Canada,) 75, died 25 Feb 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 10 Apr 1854, 1st m. the late WILLIAM DEAN, 2 ch., Mamie Dean and Mrs. Kate Ingram, 2nd m. 10 June 1879 to JOHN H. BREWER, Sr., who Survived, 3 ch., Mrs. Fisher Leach, Mrs. E. L. Barnes and John Brewer, Jr.

BREWER, J. H., 83, 5 mo. 2 days, Trimble Co. died 30 Jul 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, 1st m. BETTIE OVERTON, 2nd m. NANNIE WILLIAMS, 3rd m ELFRED DEAN, all 3 dec'd. survived by children: Mrs. E. L. Barnes, Mrs. Fisher Leach, John Brewer and step?daughter, Mrs. Kate Ingram.

BRIERLY, Miss Jesse M., 21 died 20 Apr 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Luke Brierly, (b. 15 Apr 1924.) Survived by parents, 4 sis. Mrs. George Brierly, Mrs. Sam Gray, Mrs. Mildred Barron and Rachel Brierly, 3 brothers, Warren, Howard and James Brierly.

BROAD, Albert Newton, 93, Milton died 20 Mar 1931, buried Moffett Cem. born 1 Apr 1837, (or 1839?) s/o Hiram Broad, wife, ELIZABETH died 2 yrs ago, survived by 1 son, Allie Curtis Broad, 1 daughter, Mrs. Valley Evans and 2 step?sons, Calvin and Cord Rankin, 1 brother, John Broad.

BROAD, Amanda L., 79, Lebonon, Ohio died 20 Feb 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery, a native of Trimble Co., (d/o Emily E. Stewart and sister of A. J. Stewart. Reference 1870 census) her husband, JOHN K. BROAD died 15 Aug 1933.

BROAD, (Elizabeth,) 92, Milton died 6 Jan 1929 , buried Moffett Cemetery, wife of ALBERT N. BROAD, also survived by 4 ch. from former marriage, Cord, Calvin, Cyrus Rankin, and Mrs. Milda Gillum. Mrs. Valley Evans and Albert C. Broad. (Albert Curtis "Allie" Broad,) is his full name.

BROAD, John K., 86, Milton died 15 Aug 1933, buried Moffett Cem. s/o late Hiram Broad, survived by widow, AMANDA CULL BROAD, a nephew, Allie C. Broad, and a niece, Mrs. Valley Evans.

BROOKS, Charles 50, Madison, IN died 12 May 1935, buried Corn Creek Cemetery, survived by widow, NONA WOOD BROOKS, several children, brothers and sisters.

BROOKS, Minnie Parker, 59 died 24 Dec 1945, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 19 Jan 1886, m. 1 Jan 1908 to ROBERT BROOKS who surv. with 4 of their 6 children, Leona Kidwell, Sylvia Rowlett, Ellen Jane Andrew and Charles Brooks. Robert Lee, died in infancy, Wilma Jean died 6 years ago. She also leaves 2 bro. Dick Jones of Bedford, and Alvin Jones of Ohio. Note: Minnie was d/o William M. and Sarah Ellen Robbins Jones.

BROOKS, Nona Wood, 58, Deputy, IN died 17 May 1940, buried Corn Creek Church Cemetery, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Wood of Trimble Co., widow of the late CHARLES BROOKS who died 5 years ago. Survived by 5 children, Mrs. Mamie Smith, Mrs. Henry Niccum, John, Howard and Geneva Brooks, 4 bro. John, Will, Abner and George A. Wood, sis. Mrs. Levi Wilson.

BROOKS, Wilma Jean 6 Years, 11 months and 18 days, Wise's Landing died 14 Jan 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brooks.

BROWN, Doris Jean, 4 Barebone died 24 Mar 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Dow V. Brown. Survived by parents, 4 sisters and 3 brothers, Mrs. Don Tandy, Ruth, Louise, Bonnie, Cecil, Russell and Dow Vernon Brown.

BROWN, James Robert, 74, Milton, KY died 14 Mar 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford. Born Trimble Co. m. Miss LULA WILLIAMSON, 6 children. Survived by wife, 2 daughters, Mrs. James Burkhardt and Mrs. Lula Harmon. Preceded by son Emmett Brown and 3 infant children.

BROWN, John Ludwell, 75 died 7 Jan 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 5 Nov 1870, Trimble Co., s/o late Ludwell Brown and Mary Ellen Brown, age 98 of Madison, IN. m. BENA WHITAKER, 8 ch., 7 survive Dow, Herman, Charlie, Tully Brown, Mrs. Oscar Scott, Mrs. Alvin Hunter and Mrs. Goebel Morgan. Bena died 40 years ago, he m. 2nd to MRS. AURORA WRIGHT, no ch. Survived by wife, ch., mother, 1 bro. Luther R. Brown, 2 sis. Mrs. Willie Adams and Mrs. Daisy Abbott.

BROWN, John Wesley, 77, Kirksville, MO. In paper of June 4, 1936, resided there for 46 years, b. KY, 18 Aug 1858, s/o David and Jane Law Brown, m. 57 years ago last February to ELIZABETH HUTCHISON. Survived by widow, and 4 of their 5 children, also a brother, James Brown of Milton, KY.

BROWN, Margaret Jean, 15, Fair View Ridge in Carroll Co. In paper of 16 Sep 1937, buried IOOF Carrollton, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wentworth. Survived by parents, husband, William J. Brown, 1 sis., Mrs. Oscar Gross of Carrollton.

BROWN, Mary Ellen Clifford, 100 yrs, 8 mo and 9 days, Madison, IN died 1 Dec 1947, bur. IOOF Bedford, former resident of Trimble Co., b. 4 Apr 1847, d/o late William and Ellen Wheeler Clifford, m. 1866 to LUDWELL BROWN, he died 25 yrs ago, 5 ch. John L. Brown, dec'd., Luther Brown, Mrs. Jennie Garriott, dec'd., Mrs. Willie Adams and Mrs. Daisy Abbott. Beside children, survive by 4 bro. Millard, Sam, Will, and Lon Clifford.

BROWN, Paul Keith, 10 weeks, died 25 Feb 1939, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brown (Irene Ginn,) survived by parents, brothers and sisters, Jo Ann, Bobby Carroll and Glenna Lee Brown, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Claude M. Ginn.

BROWNING, Sarah (Spillman,) 89, Trimble Co. died 25 Nov 1928, buried Sligo Cem., d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spillman, widow of late James Browning, 3 children: 2 deceased, Mrs. Joe Ogden, and Mrs. James Burrows. Survived by Mrs. George Spillman.

BRYANT, Miss America, 87, near Bedford died 17 May 1934, buried home burying ground, b. 24 Jul 1846, daughter of late John H. and Susannah Bryant, was one of 9 children, survived by 1 sister, Mrs. Belle Williams.

BRYAN, Lucy Eddy, 69, died 13 Jun 1944, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 24 May 1875, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Marcellus Eddy, m. 7 Nov 1894 to LUTHER BRYAN, who survive with 2 ch. Mrs. J. Hoyt Ball and Harold Bryan, bro. Herbert Eddy. She was preceded by bro. Alva Eddy, Jr. and sis. Mrs. J. W. Trout. BRYANT, Norma Sue, stillborn 5 Dec 1948, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bryan, surv by parents, 2 bro. Gordon and Phillip Bryan, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Lehue.

BRYANT, Stella 51, Hickory Grove died 8 Oct 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. John W. Kent, the former dec'd., m. WILL BRYANT, 1 child not named, also survived by brother, Willie Kent, 3 sisters Mrs. Raymond Fisher, Mrs. Mary Schnider and Mrs. Roy Law.

BUCHANAN, Annie, ca 75, Middlesboro died 26 Jan 1948, buried ? Widow of late Rev. WILL BUCHANAN who died 20 years ago. The former Miss Rawlings, native of Shelbina, MO. Survived by 5 dau. all of Middlesboro, Misses Lelia, Ruth, Mrs. Albert Seale, Mrs. Harmon Burke, Mrs. R. C. Pruden, son Ralph Buchanan of NJ. Preceded by son Rawlings Buchanan.

BUCHANAN, Bertie Corene, 75, Wise's Landing died 20 May 1944, bur. IOOF Bedford, (d/o Robert and Elizabeth Margarete Garriott Abbott,) b. Trimble Co. 29 Nov 1869. m. JOHN BUCHANAN a few yrs ago. Survived by sister Mrs. F. C. (Lucy) Mullikin, Madison, IN, 2 brothers not named.

BUCHANAN, Miss Bessie, __, died Indianapolis, IN 12 Oct 1928, buried Moffett Cem. d/o Mrs. Ada (Clifton) Buchanan and late Frank Buchanan.

BUCHANAN, Ella Ellen Moreland, 72, died 10 Sep 1946, buried Moffett Cem., (the name is Eliza Ellen on burial records and her stone.) b. Trimble Co. 8/28 Apr 1874, d/o John and Fannie Moreland, m. 1899 to GEORGE E. BUCHANAN, 3 ch. Roy, J. T. and Mrs. Madeline Coleman. Survived by husband, ch., 2 sis. Mrs. Carrie Crawford, Mrs. Mayme Rapson. Preceded by 2 sis. and 2 bro. Mrs. Lou Blankenbaker, Mary, Sam and Elmer Moreland.

BUCHANAN, George W., 79, Fisher Ridge died 20 Feb 1941, bur. Moffett Cem., b. 27 Jul 1861, s/o William and Adeline Buchanan, born and reared in Trimble Co., m. LUCY DUNCAN who survive and Mrs. Nettie Welch whom they reared.

BUCHANAN, Hartzel H., 84, Madison, IN died 1 Jun 1935, buried Bayless Cemetery, for many years a resident of Canip near Milton, survived by 4 children, T. H. and Harry Buchanan, Mrs. Alvin Brooks and Mrs. Thomas Watson. 4 brothers and 1 sister also survive. (Wife was SARAH CARSON.)

BUCHANAN, I. V. "Vernon," 77, Indianapolis, IN died 6 Apr 1935, buried same, a former resident of Trimble. Co. (s/o John and Marguerite Buchanan. His wife, was ADA F. GIDDENS, m. 28 Jul 1888.) Survived by a son Wilbur Buchanan, a daughter, Mrs. Grace A. Sprowl, 2 sisters, Mrs. Flora Williams and Mrs. Ida Burton, 2 brothers, John and Stephen Buchanan.

BUCHANAN, J. M. "Jerry," 63, Bedford died 26 Dec 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, Jeremiah Morton, s/o late Jeremiah and Zerelda Lacklin Buchanan, b. Pleasant Retreat neighborhood, 3 Apr 1870. Youngest of a family of 5 ch., m. 1 Jun 1921 to Mrs. WILLIE AVERITT, survived by widow, step?son, John T. Averitt, 2 sis., Mrs. Mattie Ashby and Mrs. S. A. Donaldson. A bro. Elder Will Buchanan and a sis., Mrs. Kate Fisher preceded him.

BUCHANAN, Jennie Porter 76 died 30 Jan 1944, buried Mt. Carmel Cem., b. Kenton Co.,KY, 15 Jan 1868, d/o late Margaret and Lawrence Porter, m. 13 Feb 1904 to TIMOTHY BUCHANAN, died Dec 1943, no ch., Survived by brother, Ira Porter.

BUCHANAN, John 77, Wise's Landing died 30 Jul 1948, bur. Dupont, IN, b. Trimble Co. 12 Aug 1870, s/o late John and Marguerite Buchanan, 1st m. MARY FARLEY, 2nd m. KATE SINGER, 3rd m. to ADDIE ANDERSON, and 4th, BERTIE YEAGER, all are deceased. Survived by daughter, by 1st m., Mrs. Lilah Brown, and a brother Stephen Buchanan.

BUCHANAN, Ophelia Hardin 76, died 26 Sep 1934, buried Moffett Cemetery, dau. of late William and Martha Orr Hardin, b. 17 Jan 1858, Middle Creek, Trimble Co., m. (1 Nov 1883) to J. ROWAN BUCHANAN now deceased. Survived by 1 son, Samuel H. Buchanan, 2 sisters, Mrs. W. C. Bain and Mrs. Carrie L. Hood.

BUCHANAN, Smith, 82, Carmel died 10 Oct 1936, buried Carmel Cemetery, b. 11 Feb 1853 in IN, survived by 4 sons, Earl, Elmer, Roy and Bernard Buchanan, 1 sister, Miss Hulda, 3 brothers, Bruce, Stewart and Downey Buchanan. Note: Smith P. married IDA M. MURPHY, 7 Feb 1884 in Trimble Co..

BUCHANAN, Timothy Hartzell, 68, Milton, KY died 13 Dec 1943, buried Carmel Cemetery s/o Hartzell and Sarah Carson Buchanan, b. 25 Jan 1875 Owen Co., KY. He leaves a widow JENNIE BUCHANAN, a brother Harry Buchanan, 2 sisters Mrs. Ada Melton and Mrs. Stella Brooks.

BUCHANAN, Mrs. W. A., 54, Hammond, IN died 26 Feb 1928, buried Indiana, former resident of Trimble Co., d/o Perry Lynn, 4 brothers, Lonnie, Harvey, George and Leonard Lynn.

BUCHANAN, Willie Averitt, 63, died 25 Mar 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, Willie Goode, born Ballard Co., 19 Nov 1880, m. J. T. AVERITT who died 7 months later, 1 son John T. Averitt, who died last November, m. 2nd to JERRY M. BUCHANAN who died 26 Dec 1933.

BUHLIG, Paul, 62, Hunter's Bottom died 8 Nov 1939, bur. Lutheran Cem., b. 24 Aug 1877. near Brooksburg, IN, m. MARY CAROLYN WALKENHORST, 4 sons Paul, William, Karl and Albert Buhlig.

BURDSAL, Mary, 78, died 21 Oct 1928, buried Hanover Cem., died at home of dau. at Hanover, IN, widow of late Dr. CHARLES BURDSAL, survived by 2 children: Mrs. Lora Young, wife of late Robert C. Young of Bedford, and ____?

BURKHARDT, Doris 19 months, died 6 Apr 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery, survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. James F. Burkhardt, 3 sisters and 3 brothers.

BURKHARDT, Emerson Augustus, 25, died (1932.) buried ? He was the second s/o Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Burkhardt, born Trimble Co. 17 Oct 1906. Survived by wife, MARIE KLEIN BURKHARDT, 2 daughters, Beverley Marie, age 3 and Joyce Esther, age 1, his parents, 4 sisters, Mrs. Charles Varble, Mrs. Arch Schott, Miss Esther and Miss Bernice Burkhardt, 3 brothers, James, Kenneth and Edison Burkhardt. Preceded by a sister, Agnes Gladys and a brother John Snyder. Note: His mother was Ida Myrtle Holderfield before marriage.

BURKHARDT, Frederick J. Sr., 90, Louisville, KY died 19 Oct 1928, buried Springdale Cem. b. Bavaria, Germany, 28 Mar 1838, coming to this country in 1881 with his family. Resident of Trout Bottom for 15 years. Surviving are his wife, ANNA JOSEPHINE BURKHARDT, 3 daughters and 3 sons, Mrs. John Schneider, Mrs. E. J. Bahr, Mrs. Chris Wris, Conrad, Charles and Fred Burkhardt.

BURKHARDT, James Dale, 2 mo, Spring Creek died 19 Feb 1931, buried Moffett Cem. s/o Mr. and Mrs. James Frederick Burkhardt.

BURKHARDT, Josephine Anna, 96, Louisville died 15 Mar 1935, buried Madison, IN. A native of Scarland, Germany, came to US in 1881, at the age of 42. Lived in Trimble Co. several years, survived by 3 dau. Mrs. E. J. Bahr, Mrs. Matilda Weis and Mrs. Katherine Scneider, 3 sons, Charles, Frederick C and Conrad Burkhardt, also a sister in Germany.

BURNETT, Charles, __, Nashville, TN. In 28 Aug 1941 paper, born and reared in Trimble Co., m. ALPHA SIBLEY also of Trimble Co., survived by widow, 1 son Rev. Sibley Burnett. (School census ? Sibley Burnett b. 12 Aug 1899.)

BURNETT, Ira (Clarence,) 68, died 23 May 1943 bur. IOOF Bedford, funeral at home of sister, Mrs. Grace Tyra. (All the info that was given.) Data from funeral record ? b. 1 Jan 1875, s/o William Henry and Nancy D. Spillman Burnett.

BURNETT, Josephine F. (Angel,) 66, Indianapolis, IN died 28 Nov 1928, buried in Indiana former resident of Trimble Co., sister of the late Michael Angel.

BURROWS, Bettie (Morgan,) 76, near Sulphur died 17 Jul 1930, buried Burrows family cem. d/o late James T. and Ann Morgan, born 15 Feb 1854, m. 15 Feb 1877 to ROBERT BURROWS, who died 2 Nov 1923, 6 children: 5 survive, Edwin F., William V., Charles R., John H. Burrows, Mrs. J. W. Pardo, George C. died at age 13, 1 bro. W.B. Morgan.

BURROWS, Edwin F. __, Zionsville, IN died 13 Dec 1949, bur. Indianapolis, IN. Former resident of Trimble Co., survived by widow DELLA BURROWS, son Robert, 2 bro. Charles and John Burrows, sister Mrs. Elizabeth Pardo.

BURROWS, Infant, (Raymond C.,) 4 days, died 13 Jan 1942, bur. Bald Hill Cem., b. 9 Jan 1942, child of Ollie G. and Rosa Pennington Burrows. Data from funeral record.

BURROWS, Ira M., 66, Sligo died 12 Dec 1941, bur. Bald Hill Cemetery, s/o William and Marcia Abbott Burrows, b. (18 Jun 1875,) Trimble Co. near Hickory Grove. m. Apr 1895 ROSE KEMPER, 4 ch. Mrs. Mabel Shearer, Jessie, Howard and Hubert Burrows, 2 brothers Rollie and James Burrows.

BURROWS, John Henry, 88, Hickory Grove neighborhood died 19 Apr 1939, buried Bald Hill Cemetery, last and youngest of 7 children, b. Trimble Co., 29 May 1850, s/o late Clemens and Nancy Burrows, m. 16 Mar 1880 to ETTA ORR who survives with 3 daughters Mrs. Hettie Kendall, Mrs. Maggie Lindsey and Mrs. Letitia Napier.

BURROWS, Marcia, 95, south of Bedford died 17 May 1940, buried Burrows Cem. (b. 22 Mar 1845, d/o James and Mary Olive Shepherd Abbott.) m. WILL BURROWS, 1 dau. Mrs. Mollie Whitaker, 3 sons, Ira, James and R. D. Burrows. Note: Bald Hill and Burrows are same cemetery.

BURROWS, Marietta Orr, 92, died 8 Mar 1947, bur. Bald Hill Cem., b. 5 Nov 1854, d/o late George and Mildred Wright Orr, m. 16 Mar 1880 to JOHN HENRY BURROWS, died 7 yrs ago, 4 ch., a dau. died in infancy, survived by Mrs. Hettie Kendall, Mrs. J. H. Lindsey and Mrs. O. Napier.

BURROWS, W. T., 73, Middle Creek died 28 Apr 1934, buried Kent Cem. near Hickory Grove. Survived by widow.

BURTON, Grace (Cooper,) 52, Little KY died 4 Aug 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Dell Cooper, m. 17 Sep 1903 to ROBERT BURTON, no ch.

BURTON, Ida Alberta, 67 died 11 Feb 1943, bur. IOOF ______. b. 12 Dec 1875, d/o John Buchanan. Data from funeral record. Note: Her husband, JOHNATHAN MORTON BURTON died 16 Jan 1964 and is buried IOOF Bedford.

BURTON, James Sanford, 92, died at home of son, 21 Feb 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, survived by 1 son, Sam Burton in Antioch neighborhood.

BURTON, Robert, ca 55, Little KY died 28 Feb 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, son of Bud Burton who survives, 1 brother, Sam, 1 sister, Mrs. Rosa Smith late wife, GRACE COOPER BURTON, who died Aug 1929.

BURTON, Sam, (James Sam,) 71, died 17 Jul 1945, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Jun 1874, (s/o James Sanford and Arlsia Ann Morgan Burton.) m. MAMIE BARRETT (BASSETT?) 3 sons 2 living, Lee and Bryant Burton, a sis. Mrs. Rosa Smith. Preceded by son Bland Burton.

BURTON, William, ca 66, Barebone died 16 Jun 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, survived by widow, "SIS" MORGAN BURTON, m. 1889, 1 son, Herbert, a half?bro., James and a half?sis., Mrs. Elizabeth Law. 1 son Archie died yrs ago.

BUSH, George W., 58, Corn Creek died 1 Dec 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late Newton Bush and Mrs. Mary Bush. Survived by mother, wife MARY (NAOMI) DRAKE BUSH and 3 dau. Mrs. Waunita Rowlett, Mrs. Blanche Hancock and Thelma Bush.

BUSH, Mary, 87, Louisville, KY died 25 Dec 1939, buried Moffett Cemetery, widow of the late NEWTON BUSH (1849?1930) of the Corn Creek community, survived by 3 grandchildren Mrs. Shirley Rowlett, Mrs. Howard Ralston and Mrs. James Hancock. (She was the former Mary Smitha.)

BUSH, Newton R., 82, Corn Creek died 27 Nov 1930, buried Moffett Cem., b. 25 Feb 1849, m. MISS MARY SMITHA, 2 sons, George W. and John, (John dec'd.)

BUTLER, George W., 38, died ca 8 June 1942, buried Moffett Cemetery, former resident of Trimble Co., s/o Mrs. Ben Butler, survived by sisters Mrs. Alice Curry, Mrs. Amer Archer (Mary) Asher and Beulah Butler, a brother W. F. Butler. Sgt. Butler died at Camp Shelby.

BUTLER, Mrs. Samuel, 77, (Isabella?) Indianapolis, IN died 5 Nov 1937, buried Crown Hill Cemetery, b. and reared in Carmel neighborhood, a sister of James Wilson, 1st husband being (FRED or FRANK) JONES.

BUTLER, Miss Mary Elizabeth, 81 died 16 Mar 1948, buried Moffett Cem., b. 6 Feb 1867, d/o late Joseph F. and Nancy Jane Butler. Survived by 3 bro. and 2 sis. John, M. C., Joe Butler, Mrs. Ely Trout and Mrs. Sallie Luckett. Preceded by 2 bro. Ben and Charley Butler.

BUTTON, Myra Holmes, (81,) Louisville, KY died 12 Aug 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, born Trimble Co., 6 Oct 1856, living almost her entire life in or near Bedford, m. 9 Aug 1891 to THOMAS L. BUTTON, now dec'd. Survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Janie Stark, and Mrs. Bernice Hamilton, step?dau. Mrs. Sarah Bailes, step?son, W. R. Button. Her only son, T. L. Button, Jr. was killed while serving as guard in the US Navy in Hawaii. She was a sister of Titus Holmes who died Sept. 1936.

CALDWELL, Ora M. __, died Jan 1934, Omaha, Neb. where she was a practicing physician. In paper of 1 Feb 1934. The former Ora Rae, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Rae of Milton, KY.

CALLIS, A. R., 74 Doe Run, IN. Interred 6 Feb 1936 IOOF Bedford, born and reared in Mt. Pleasant community, m. JENNIE PERKINSON who survives, 3 ch., Beulah M., Levi M. Callis and Mrs. Allen Wentworth, 5 brothers, Mark, Lovell, Oather, Rodman and Nick, a sister, Mrs. Jimmie Craig.

CALLIS, Allen Palmer, 13, Gill Ridge died 25 Jun 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Callis, survived by parents, 3 brothers, Glenn, Dwight and Delbert Callis, 1 sister, Joanne Callis.

CALLIS, Arthur, 40 died 14 Mar 1948, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Oldham Co.,KY, 2 Nov 1907, s/o John and Edith Manning Callis, mother died when he was very young and father moved to Trimble Co., m. to ETHEL McMANNIS, of near Bedford. 2 ch. Doris and Joan Callis. Survived by wife, 2 dau., father, sis. Mrs. Paul Taylor, bro. Lawrence Callis. Preceded by 3 sisters.

CALLIS, Ben, 35, Poplar Ridge died 27 Nov 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, W.W. I veteran. s/o Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Callis of Poplar Ridge born 18 Mar 1894. He married 6 Nov 1927 to MISS LILLIE GARRETT, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Walter Garrett. Survived by parents, wife, 2 sisters, Mrs. Leslie Gosman, Mrs. Raymond Fisher and half-brother, Byron Harmon.

CALLIS, Darrel Bernard, 5 mo, 19 days died 12 Dec 1940, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 22 Jun 1940, s/o Grover and (Fredia Perry) Callis.

CALLIS, Delora Jean, 9 months, died 29 Dec 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o James and Ella Jean Adams Callis. Data from funeral record.

CALLIS, Edward, 8 mo., died 31 May 1948, buried Mt. Carmel Cemetery, b. 7 Sep 1947, s/o Mr. and Mrs. James Callis. (James and Ella J. Adams Callis.)

CALLIS, Gertrude Boggs, 55 died 20 Apr 1944, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem., b. Switzerland Co., IN, 13 Nov 1888, d/o George and Sallie Boggs, m. 10 Jan 1914 to EDGAR W. CALLIS, 8 ch. George W., Edgar Allen, Pvt. James T., Pvt. Jessie J., Mrs. Connell Abbott, Misses Virginia, Dorothy and Wanda Callis. Son by a previous marriage Luther P. Wingham of Ghent, KY. (Gertrude 1st m. to LUTHER E. WINGHAM, 17 Apr 1907, he died 26 Nov 1907.) Survived by husband, mother, 4 bro. Joseph, O'Neal, William and Barney Boggs, 4 sisters Mrs. Hurley McCutchen, Mrs. Willis Moore, Mrs. Herbert Thamann and Mrs. James Collins.

CALLIS, Isadore (Skidmore,) 76, Crestwood, KY died 6 Aug 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Elijah and Elizabeth Skidmore, born 1 Sep 1853, 1st m. 1876 to HARVEY COLBERT, 2 ch., Perry D. Colbert and a daughter who died in infancy, 2nd m. to HAMPTON CALLIS, dec'd. 27 years.

CALLIS, Justin, 56, died 7 Jan 1938, moved to Trimble Co. in 1934, buried Sligo Cem. Born in Oldham Co., KY, 18 Jul 1881, m. 1901 to ORA FORD, 1 child, Mrs. Ethel Winburn who survives, 1 sister, Mrs. F. C. Vance.

CALLIS, Lowell, 80, died 16 Mar 1944, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 2 May 1863, m. 1889 to CHRISTINE HOOD of New Albany, IN who died 22 Jun 1914, 7 ch. 2 dec'd., Survived, William, Robert, Samuel, Gardner Callis, and Mrs. Mary Green, a bro. Nick Callis. 2nd m. to MRS. VIVIAN JOYCE OGDEN who survive 2 step ch. Howard Ogden and Mrs. LaVerne McClure.

CALLIS, Lydia Fleming, 41, Indianapolis, IN died ca 7 Jan 1940, buried ? b. 14 Nov 1899, wife of GARDNER CALLIS of the Poplar Ridge neighborhood, m. 1921, leaves husband, 2 ch. Eleanor and Edward Callis, 3 brothers Mike, Frank and William Flemming, 2 sisters Bertha and Minnie Flemming all of Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Callis and 2 children have been living in the Poplar Ridge neighborhood for the past two years.

CALLIS, Mark, 77, bur. IOOF Bedford died 14 Aug 1945, b. 4 Jun 1868, (or 24 Jun 1868,) s/o Addison and Mrs. Lydia Ann Rowner Callis, m. 5 Dec 1889 to REMONA FAULKNER HARMON, 3 ch. Mrs. Leslie Gosman, Mrs. Carroll Clifford and the late Ben Callis, a wounded veteran of W W I, died 11 yrs after the close of the war, a step?son Byron Harmon. Also survived by 3 bro. Rodman, Oather, Nicholas Callis, sis. Mrs. Jennie Craig. Note: Remona Fauldner 1st m. Preston M. Harmon in Trimble Co., KY 11 Feb 1886.

CALLIS, Mary, 75 died 7 Sep 1945, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 29 Dec 1869, (d/o William and Georgia Ann Young Mosley.) m. 13 Nov 1887 to R. E. CALLIS, 2 ch., dau. who died in infancy, son Claude who died 16 Jul 1925, Survived by 1 grandson Clarence Callis, whom they reared after death of his parents, 2 bro. Dale and James Mosley. Preceded by bro. Eugene Mosley, Sr. who died 30 Mar 1939.

CALLIS, Minnie Ora Faulconer, 81, Callis Grove died 21 Oct 1941, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o late Robert and Cornelia (Gillum) Faulconer, b. Trimble Co. 28 Jul 1860, m. 11 Nov 1880 to WILLIAM NEWTON CALLIS, they have been together 61 years, he survives, ch. Mrs. W. S. Gatewood, Carl C. and Edward W. Callis. A dau. Sophia Bell died at age 3. Also reared granddaughter Mrs. K. E. Prewett. A bro. J. J. Faulconer surv.

CALLIS, Mollie E. (O'Brien,) 68, Frankfort died 24 Nov 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, former resident of Trimble Co., widow of late W. H. CALLIS, 1 daughter, Mrs. George P. (Kathleen) Woodyard, 2 sisters, Mrs. Abe DeMoss, Mrs. W. S. Pierce, brother, George O'Brien.

CALLIS, Mrs. Ballard, 26, died 28 Jul 1931, buried Broad Ripple Cem., Indianapolis, IN, former resident of Trimble Co., survived by husband, son, Ballard, Jr., age 9. Note: Her name was Maggie Straughn Callis. Ballard S., Jr. was born in Trimble Co., 11 Feb 1922.

CALLIS, Nannie Davine Gaunt, 85, died 4 Jun 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Mercer Co., KY, 27 Oct 1859, d/o James and Sallie (Lawson) Davine of that Co., m. at age 14 to JAMES GAUNT, 6 ch. 3 survive, Mrs. Curtis Hackney, Mrs. Carl Callis and Mrs. Beckham Williamson, dec'd., Arthur and Hallie Callis and Lillian Gaunt. In 1901 m. CAMDEN CALLIS, who died 1925. Note: Devine is correct spelling.

CALLIS, Robert E., 82, died 29 Jul 1948, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Oldham Co. 9 Sep 1866, moved to Trimble Co. when very young, s/o late Wallace and Lucretia Callis and the youngest of 9 children, all dec'd. On 13 Nov 1887, m. to MARY MOSLEY, who died 1945. He built the Callis store and operated it more than 50 yrs. One time was known as Hisle when Post Office was installed. After 8 years it, along with other rural post-office, were discontinued. 2 ch. both preceded their parents. A dau. died in infancy and a son Claude died in 1925, 2 years after death of his wife (Willie Byrl Barnes Callis,) leaving a grandson Clarence M. Callis, who made his home with his grandparents.

CALLIS, Shelby, 67, Indianapolis, IN died 3 Feb 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 12 Oct 1879, s/o late Mildred and Camden Callis, m. 16 Dec 1919 to BLANCHE SANDERS, who survives 1 dau. Mrs. Frank Bach. Also surv. are 2 sisters Mrs. Letitia Clem and Mrs. E. R. Logan. Preceded by 2 sisters Mrs. Stella Terrell and Carrie Callis.

CALLIS, Stephen Redford, 73, Franklin, IN died 7 Mar 1938, buried Moffett Cemetery, born and reared in Trimble Co., son of late Warren Callis who resided on Ross farm south of Milton and was sheriff of Trimble Co. several years, the dec'd. as his chief deputy. m. CARRIE VOIERS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Voiers. Widow and 1 son, Burr Callis survives.

CALLIS, Thelma Katheryn, infant died 23 Feb 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Chester Callis,

CALLIS, William Howard, 29, Sligo died 19 Nov 1940, buried Church Cemetery, s/o Mr. and Mrs. William Callis, b. 5 Dec 1910, m. MARTHA BAXTER, 1 child Sylvia Gertrude Callis.

CALLIS, William Newton, 90, died 24 Dec 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Oldham Co., KY, on 18 Dec 1857, s/o Wallace and Lucretia Callis, moved to Trimble Co. when 4 yrs old, lived in same neighborhood the rest of his life. He lived through 4 wars and was the oldest Callis by name in the State. He was present at the first burial in the Bedford Cemetery, then known as the Parker Family Buring Ground. He m. 11 Nov 1880 to MINNIE ORA FAULCONER, she died 1941, 4 ch. Sophia Bell died at age 3 yrs, living are, Allie C. Gatewood, Carl C. and Edgar Callis, a bro. P. E. Callis. Also reared a granddau. Ora Callis Prewitt.

CALLOWAY, Ella, 77, Madison, IN died 28 or 29 Jan 1938, buried Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co., 1861, d/o late Andrew Jackson Trout, Survived by son, Eugene Calloway, daughter, Mrs. Howard Schofield, a sister, Mrs. Frances Giltner.

CALLOWAY, Mary E., 75, north of Bedford died 22 Feb 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery. (d/o George Mahoney or Maloney?) b. 18 Jan 1866, m. (BENJAMIN) FRANK CALLOWAY who survives, 1 daughter, Kizzie Handlon and an adopted son, Preston Calloway.

CALVERT, Arthur Callis, 58, Miller's Branch died 22 Apr 1939, buried Carrollton, KY, b. 27 May 1880, s/o Nathan Parker and late Mary Ellen Calvert, dec'd. 16 years ago. An only brother Charlie died in 1900 at age 17. On 1 Dec 1897, m. LULA McDOLE, 2 children Lawrence and Martha Loraine Calvert, Martha lived only 10 months, widow, father and son survive.

CALVERT, Inez Augusta Brown, 89, died 18 Feb 1948, funeral at Milton, buried Springdale Cem., Madison,IN, b. Sharron, Ohio, 3 Nov 1857, d/o Joseph and Hetty Brown, m. 1882 to Dr. JOHN H. CALVERT, who died 25 yrs ago. In Jan 1944 moved to Bakers Field, Calif. Preceded by 1 bro. Clark Brown of Ill. She leaves an adopted son Rev. J. Bruce Benson and a beloved servant Jennie Dehoney.

CALVERT, Nathan P., 92, died 15 Dec 1947, funeral at Carrollton, buried English Cem. b. 24 Aug 1852, m. MARY ELLEN WELCH in 1886, resided in Miller's Branch area for many years. Preceded by wife, 2 sons Charles and Arthur Calvert. Survived by grandson Lawrence Calvert, 2 half?sis. Mrs. Mollie Smith and Mrs. Lena Spillman, half?bro. Oscar Calvert.

CALVERT, Wade H., ca 80, Indianapolis, IN died 1 Jan 1931, buried in that city. Born and reared in Trimble Co., KY

CALVERT, Dr. Will, 54, Louisville, KY died 21 Mar 1938. A native of Owen Co., KY. He begun the practice of medicine in the Palmyra precinct of Trimble Co. He was a double cousin of Mrs. R. E. Lee of Trimble Co.

CAMERON, Annie Vawter, 84, Chicago, IL died 9 Aug 1941, buried there, born and reared in Trimble Co. leaving when a young woman, m. W. H. CAMERON who died several years ago, survived by 5 children, 1 sister Mrs. Jessie Highes, (Hughes?.) 2 sisters and 3 brothers are dead.

CAMP, Mrs. Frank ( Evelyn H., 27,) Hodgenville, KY died 26 Jan 1934, buried Petersburg, survived by husband and 18 month old daughter, she was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lafe McCord, formerly of Milton.

CAMPBELL, E. E., 72, (Elzie Emmett,) Poplar Ridge died 1 Apr 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, married, 21 Mar 1900 to SUSAN MILDRED ROWLETT, who survives, a son Irl Campbell, (or Earl ?) 4 brothers, James, Will, Sam and Elisha, 4 sis., Mattie May, Sallie Graves, Pearl Hankins and Minnie Carter.

CAMPBELL, James R., ca 63, Troy, Ohio died 19 Aug 1935, buried there, born and reared in Milton, m. ANNIE DUVALL of Owenton, KY who with several children survive. 1 sister, Mrs. Shellie Chandler only one left of 4 children. CAMPBELL, Susan Rowlett, 80, died 14 Nov 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 3 Apr 1863, Trimble Co. (Susan Mildred d/o Joseph and Nancy Rowlett.) m. 21 Mar 1900 to EMMETT E. CAMPBELL, who died 11 yrs ago, 1 son Earl H. Campbell and a bro. W. O. Rowlett survives, the last of a large family.

CANADA, James William, __ died 27 Feb 1941, bur. Corn Creek Cem., b. 27 Jan 1941, s/o Walker and Lula Fisher Canada. Data from funeral record

CANADA, Mary, 76, Milton died 29 Oct 1931, buried Corn Creek Cem., b. Garrard Co., KY, 1 Mar 1855, d/o Mr. and Mrs. James Canada, a widow, Survived by 1 son Walker Canada.

CAPLINGER, Edward, ca 70, Indianapolis, IN died 12 May 1940, buried Springdale Cem., born and reared in Trimble Co., Milton, survived by widow CARRIE, son Robert, and daughter Mary Elizabeth Caplinger. He was the brother of the late Walter Caplinger.

CAPLINGER, Walter, 70, Madison, IN died 24 Feb 1935, buried Springdale Cem. Madison, IN, born Trimble Co., moved to IN in 1890, m. CHARLOTTE PRITCHARD who Survived also a bro., Edward Caplinger and half?sister, Mrs. Isa Givens.

CARDER, Jerry, 7 weeks, Freeport, PA died 12 Dec 1936, buried Moffett Cemetery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenford Carder, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Carder.

CARDER, Lindsey "Jerry," (48,) Ft. Townsend, Washington, D. C. died 16 May 1939, he left Milton 25 years ago and located near Washington, D. C., (s/o Samuel and Nancy Frazier Carder,) survived by wife, 3 daughters and 1 son, 4 brothers Bart, Lov, Tice and Sam Carder, 1 sister Mrs. John McCauley. (b. 25 Jun 1890 ?)

CARDER, Oscar, 42, Carrollton, KY died 21 Mar 1939, buried same. A veteran of W W I, b. Owen Co., KY, resided in Milton for several years, surv. by widow KATHERYN WALKENHORST CARDER, 1 daughter Mary Edna Carder and a brother and sister living in Owen Co.

CARLISLE, Julia, 51, Providence area died 6 Nov 1946, bur. IOOF Carrollton, b. Carroll Co., 9 Jul 1895, d/o late Andrew and Armilda Jackson, m. Sep 1917 to FRED CARLISLE, 1 dau. Mrs. Webb Dunn, survived by husband, dau., mother, 2 sis. Mrs. Ernest Batts, Mrs. George Chandler, bro. Sam Jackson, 5 half?sis. Edna Carlisle, Mrs. Lizzie Jones, Mrs. Henry Norvell, Mrs. G. Q. Morgan, Mrs. Dorothy Foresdale, 2 half?bro. Jess and Noah Jackson.

CARPENTER, Mary (Elizabeth,) 76 died 24 May 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery,) born (1865) and lived in Trimble Co. all her life, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Harmon, m. 23 May 1915 to JOHN CARPENTER, her 5 sisters and 1 brother, dec'd.

CARR, Bettie Giddens, 86 died 7 May 1940, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 8 Feb 1854, 4th child of late Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Gillum, m. 1877 to CHARLES ROBERT GIDDENS, died 1892, 4 children, 3 daughters, Maude dec'd. living are: Mrs. C. C. Fix and Mrs. Charles E. Jones, a son, Dr. R. E. Giddens, a Dentist, 3 sisters Mrs. John McIntire, Mrs. Florence Davis and Mrs. J. D. Smith, 2 brothers G. N. and Lee Gillum. (The name of Mr. Carr not mentioned in obituary.)

CARSON, Bertha Barrickman, (67,) Wise's Landing died 27 Mar 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, m. CLAUDE CARSON, who died 10 Dec 1940, only child Claudys Lee Carson dec'd. Survived by bro. Roy Barrickman, Wise's Landing.

CARSON, Clarence Albert, 50, 8 mo. 1 day died 10 Nov 1932, Middle Creek, buried IOOF Bedford s/o late John and Sarah Carson, m. July 1906, CLARA HACKNEY CARSON. Survived by wife, 6 ch., Herbert, Sarah, Linnie, George, J. C., and Norma Rhea. Step?dau., Mrs. William Norris, 2 sisters, Mrs. Adam Jenkins and Mrs. George Perkinson, 6 brothers, George, Frank, Will, Robert, James and Bert Carson.

CARSON, Claude Guthrie, 60, Wise's Landing died 10 Dec 1940, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 27 Jul 1880, m. BERTHA BARRICKMAN, 1 son Claude Lee dec'd. Survived by wife, 1 sister Mrs. Daisy Fisher, a bro. ____. Note: Claude Lee is dau. not son. Caludys Lee 8 Feb 1903?20 Feb 1928.

CARSON, Claudys Lee, 25, Wise's Landing died 20 Feb 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, born 8 Feb 1903, d/o Claude B. and Bertha Carson, only child.

CARSON, D. T., 88, Shelbyville, KY died 9 Feb 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, he leaves a wife, 1 dau. Mrs. Daisy Fisher, 2 sons C. G. and W. J. Carson, sister Mary Carson.

CARSON, Fannie, ca 46, died 6 Feb 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, died at home of sister, in Leeport community, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. John Carson, Survived by 8 brothers, and 2 sisters, Frank, James, Will, George, Ira, Robert, Bert, Mrs. Adam Jenkins and Mrs. George Perkinson.

CARSON, Rosa Burton Hackney, 74 died 29 Feb 1948, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 15 Aug 1873. Survived by husband GEORGE CARSON, a step?son Clark Carson of Indianapolis, and a brother Morton Burton.

CARSON, Sarah Bell (Hackney) 79, near Callis Grove died 27 Dec 1928, buried IOOF Bedford (born 29 Dec 1848) d/o Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hackney, widow of late JOHN CARSON, 13 ch., 11 survive, James, George, Clarence, Will, Frank, Robert, Ira, Bert and Miss Fannie Carson, Mrs. Adam Jenkins and Mrs. George Perkinson.

CARTER, Hallie Ethel (Morgan,) 39, died 7 Dec 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 23 Nov 1894, wife of Taylor Carter,m. Jan 1901,5 ch.,Lawrence Guy died in infancy, 4 survive, Pearl Frances Duncan,Maude Ann Ashby and Paul Richard Carter, 5 sis., Mrs. Dora Phillips, Mrs. Lula Gross, Mrs. Bettie Kemper, Mrs. Mayme Mosley, Mrs. Lillie Adams, and 1 brother, Walter Morgan.

CARTER, McClellen C. "Bud," 65, Milton died 5 Dec 1929, buried Moffett Cem., widow Mary Ellen Carter, Survived with 5 ch., Mrs. Jasper Eaglin, Mrs. A. P. Ouinett, Mrs. Verdie Otten, Mrs. Lyman Tullis and 1 son Oscar Carter. Note: Mrs. Verdie Outten's name on her mother's obit. was Birdie.

CARTER, Sarah Jo, 3 yrs, 9 mo, 4 days died 7 Sep 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, survived by parents Mr. and Mrs. Porter Carter, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Carter.

CARTER, Taylor, 69, buried IOOF Bedford, died 17 Apr 1939, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carter, b. Ballard Co. 10 Sep 1869, m. 1908 to HATTIE MORGAN who died 6 years ago, 4 children, Mrs. Herman Ashby, dec'd., Mrs. Charles Duncan, Richard Carter and Guy Lawrence who died in infancy, 5 brothers Will, C. D., Sam, Oscar and Joe Carter, 1 sister Mrs. Minnie Purvis, 2 sisters preceded him in death.

CARTER, Will, 73, buried IOOF Bedford died 14 Jul 1948, b. 1 Jan 1875, lived in and around Bedford all his life. Surv by wife MAUD WEBSTER CARTER, 3 sons Robert, Porter and Sid Carter, a brother Dee Carter.

CASSITY, Ambrose D. "Nuel," 78, below Madison, IN died 10 Mar 1932, buried Springdale Cem., survived by children: Mrs. Ida Ball, Chester, Willis, and Frank Cassity, a sister, Mrs. Kate Kincaid. CASSITY, Albert, 60, Indiana died 30 Jun 1939, buried Moffett Cemetery, s/o George Cassity, Sr., surv. by father, 3 bro. and 2 sis. names not given.

CASSITY, Jasper __, Madison, IN. In paper of 11 Aug 1938, buried Moffett Cemetery, a resident of Milton for a number of years, son of George Cassity. (b. 1890.)

CASSITY, Mary Elizabeth, 75 yrs next Friday died 13 Mar 1933, buried Moffett Cemetery, born Harrison Co., KY, d/o John and Nancy Fisher, Survived by husband, GEORGE CASSITY and 8 children: Ulysses, Albert, George, Hiram, Jasper, Cassity, Mrs. Morgan Brown, Mrs. George Spry and Mrs. James Smith. 2 brothers, Claude and James Fisher, 3 sis., Eliza Crouch, Mrs. Katie Hires and Mrs. Evelyn Beecraft.

CAYTON, Jennie, 87, near Bedford died 30 Sep 1932, buried Moffett Cem., (widow of late JOHN W. CAYTON,)

CAYTON, John W., 81, near Bedford died 23 Apr 1932, buried Moffett Cem., born Ghent, KY, 17 Aug 1851, m. Jan 1876 to MISS JENNIE WHITE, who survives.

CHADWELL, Mrs. Mose, (Martichia,) 76, Carrollton, KY died 22 Feb 1937, buried there, died at home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tingle in Providence visiting her grandchildren. Her dau. was Ida Chadwell Tingle, Mr. Tingle's 1st wife, now dec'd. Survived by dau., Mrs. Murray Roberts. Martichia m. MOSE CHADWELL 52 years ago.

CHANDLER, A. R., (69,) died 3 Dec 1947 in Henry Co., buried Sulphur Cem., survived by wife NORA STIVERS CHANDLER, 4 sons David, Albert, Paul and Joe, 3 dau. Mrs. Hulitt Warren, Miss Ruth Carter and Mrs. J. W. Peak, Jr., 3 sisters Mrs. Willie Horton, Mrs. Katherine Gordon and Mrs. Will Highfield. (Arthur R. Chandler 1878 ? 1947.)

CHANDLER, Alfred D., 63, Madison, IN died 28 Apr 1931, buried Moffett Cem., native of Trimble Co. (s/o Robert and Eliza Chandler) survived by widow, ELLA CHANDLER, 3 sons, Elgin age 27, Robert, 24, John Chandler, 21, sister, Mrs. Ida Harding, brother, Pliny Chandler. His twin brother, Albert died 4 years ago. Note: Alfred's 1st wife, Nannie Catherine Jacobs died, 18 Mar 1912.

CHANDLER, Anna Elizabeth, 74 died 2 Nov 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o B. F. (Frank) and Lucy (Hunter) Taylor, b. 11 Sep 1866, the eldest of 9 children, 7 of whom have preceded her, James, Arthur, Nancy, Jesse, Edward, Joseph and Edna. Surv. by 1 brother Charlie Taylor, a son Walter Ungles and 1 daughter Mrs. Warda (Mary) Perkinson. (Anna Taylor Ungles m. ALPHEUS CHANDLER 9 Feb 1897, he died Aug 1912.)

CHANDLER, Carrie Lee Greenwood, 62, Carroll Co. near Providence died 21 Nov 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, daughter of late William and Angie Greenwood, born 8 Feb 1873, m. 19 Feb 1891 to CONRAD G. CHANDLER, 5 ch,, 4 with husband Survived, Mrs. Reva Hayes, Mrs. Nannie Oaks, Mrs. Erma Meadows and Miss Cordie Chandler, son Rudell preceded her, 2 sis, Mrs. Willie Nafarillo and Mrs. Allene Fry, 2 bros., Charlie and Joe Greenwood.

CHANDLER, Cephas Mason, 87 died 6 Apr 1944, bur. Gatewood Cem. in back of fairgrounds, b. 25 Mar 1857, m. 29 Apr 1882 to ELIZABETH DAYTON who survived him by only 5 days. No children but reared several.

CHANDLER, David A., 66, north of Madison, IN died 13 Jul 1939, bur. Pleasant View now known as Carmel, b. Trimble Co. 6 Sep 1872, s/o late John Chandler m. EVA GREEN, 10 ch., survived by wife and 8 children Mrs. Earl (Gustie) Yocum, Mrs. Goebel (Bessie) Simmons, Mrs. Wilfred (Lizzie) Bayne, Mrs. Ansel (Thelma) McCord, Mrs. James (Maude) Coghill, Redford, Thurman and Estil Chandler.

CHANDLER, Elizabeth Dayton, 86 died 11 Apr 1944, buried Gatewood Cem., b. 1 Mar 1858, m. 29 Aug 1882 to CEPHAS CHANDLER who died 5 days ago, survived by 1 brother of Tenn.

CHANDLER, Eva Ruth, 74, Madison, IN died 31 Oct 1949, buried Mt. Carmel Cem., native of Trimble Co., d/o (Zachary and Ruth Yarber Green,) m. DAVID A. CHANDLER who died 13 Jul 1939. Survived by 5 daughter's Mrs. Gusta Yocum, Mrs. Bessie Simmons, Mrs. Lizzie Bayne, Mrs. Hazel Coghill, Mrs. Thelma McCord, 3 sons Redford, Estel and Thurman Chandler.

CHANDLER, Fannie Alice, 81 died 25 Sep 1942, bur. Moffett Cem. A widow, b. 5 Nov 1860, d/o J. H. and Martha Jane Farley McMahan. Data from funeral record. From Paper ? Nannie Chandler (Minnie on stone,) b. 5 Nov 1860, m. WILLIAM H. CHANDLER, who died 43 yrs ago, 4 ch. Ora V., who died in infancy. Mary Lo (Lou,) Elizabeth and Robert Chandler, who survives also a bro. O. P. McMahan.

CHANDLER, George Marshall, 68, Town Branch died 18 Feb 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford, born Trimble Co., 22 Mar 1872, s/o Edward and Mary Wilson Chandler dec'd. m. MARY DEMAREE, 5 children Mrs. Nellie Day, Bruce, Baud, Frank and John Chandler.

CHANDLER, Grover, 13, died at Carmel school 4 Nov 1938, buried Carmel Cemetery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Redford Chandler, Locust neighborhood.

CHANDLER, James William, 65, Sulphur died 26 Sep 1935, buried IOOF Sulphur, son of late Elijah and Ellen Chandler, b. 1870 near Ewingford. Survived by widow, ROSE CHANDLER, brother, Sam Chandler, sister, Mrs. George Moore.

CHANDLER, Jesse, 69, Madison, IN died 12 May 1939, buried ? b. Trimble Co. (s/o John M. and Elizabeth Ann Chandler.) He moved to Madison 8 years ago. Survived by widow ELENA CRAWFORD CHANDLER, 3 ch. John, George and Jane Chandler, 2 brothers David and Thomas Chandler.

CHANDLER, John S., 60, Hanover, IN died 1 Jul 1929, buried ??, born, Trimble Co. son of Benjamin and Amelia Jane Chandler.

CHANDLER, Pliny J., 63, Indianapolis, IN died 25 Mar 1938, buried same, b. Trimble Co. (s/o Robert and Eliza Chandler,) lived in Indiana last 24 years, survived by 2 sons, William C. and Fred Chandler, step?son Elmer McCowan, a daughter, Mrs. Cary Joyce.

CHANDLER, Robert Jacob, 54 died 3 Jun 1944, bur. Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co. 11 May 1890 s/o late William H. and Nannie McMahan Chandler, m. 1917 to IDA BRYNE MCINTIRE who survives with 1 son Hershel Lee Chandler, 2 sisters, Mrs. W. S.(Mary Lou) Barnes and Mrs. O. S. (Elizabeth) Joyce.

CHANDLER, Shelley, __, (1884?1948,) Dayton, OH died 5 Dec 1948, buried Moffett Cem., s/o Samuel and (Lucetta Kennedy) Chandler, b. Trimble Co. He was a rural route carrier out of Milton post office for many yrs. Surv. by widow MARY (CAMPBELL) CHANDLER, son Jack of Dayton, OH, bro. William Chandler, 3 sis. Mrs. Jesse Robinson, Mrs. Elsie Wooley and Mrs. Helen Smith. A son J. R. Chandler was killed in action in Europe, W.W.II.

CHANDLER, Tom, 86, Antioch died 17 Jul 1928, buried Sulphur Cem., survived by widow MARY McCLELLAN Chandler, 2 sis.,Mrs. Cole McClellan and Mrs. George Moore.

CHAPMAN, Pauline Bowman 40, Freeport, PA died 30 Dec 1937, buried Moffett Cemetery, d/o Albert Bowman, Sr., m. 7 Mar 1914 to CLIFFORD CHAPMAN, 3 children, Mrs. Roy Yancey, Wilbur Ellis and George Myron Chapman, all who survive also father and mother, sister, Mrs. Wilbur Jones, 3 brothers, David, Harry and Albert Bowman, Jr. With the exception of a few months, her entire life was spent in Milton.

CHATHAM, James, 83, lifelong resident of Trimble Co. died 11 Jan 1941, bur. Corn Creek Cem., b. 15 Nov 1857, m. MARCIA CYNTHIA ALEXANDER, children Berry, Otis, Mrs. Shelby Gosman an adopted dau. A child died in infancy.

CHATHAM, Marcia Cynthia Alexander, 82, died 14 Jan 1946, buried Corn Creek Cemetery, b. 1 Feb 1864, d/o Meredith and Permelia (Smith) Alexander. She m. 22 Jun 1879, JAMES CHATHAM who died 11 Jan 1941, survived by 3 children, John Berry, Otis L. and Mrs. Ethel Gosman.

CHILTON, Rev. A. O., 75, Providence died 7 Jan 1929, buried family burying ground, s/o late Capt. W. S. and Susan Chilton. b. 11 Jun 1853, survived by widow, MARY BELLE SAMS Chilton, and 2 children, Mrs. Inez Staten and E. N.(Eddie Norman) Chilton, 2 boys died when young.

CHILTON, Eddie Norman, 49, Providence died 8 Jan 1929, buried family burying ground born Trimble Co., 2 Nov 1879, s/o A. O. and Belle Chiltton.

CHILTON, James, 83, Providence died 2 Jul 1934, buried Old Sulphur burying ground, s/o late Captain Smith and Susan Chilton, m. CASSIE SAMS, dau. of late W. C. and Lucinda Sams, 7 ch., 3 of whom with wife preceded him, Survived by 2 sons, W. S. and A. A. Chilton, 2 dau., Mrs. Susie Louden and Mrs. D. A. Brent, 2 brothers, Preston and Henry Chilton.

CHILTON, Joanna Sams, 87, died 21 Oct 1940, bur. Port Royal in Henry Co., KY. d/o late Urial and Sarah Thomason Sams, b. 15 Oct 1853, Trimble Co., married 25 Feb 1869 to GEORGE CHILTON, dec'd. 5 ch., 3 survive Mrs. Sallie Harris, Mrs. J.E. Chilton and Edgar Chilton, sis, Mrs. Sallie Jewell.

CHILTON, Oscar Raymond "Ray" 48, Madison, IN died 21 Oct 1944, buried Springdale Cem. Native of Trimble Co., veteran of W W I, he left Trimble Co. ca 20 yrs ago. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Goldie Polliock Chilton, 6 children Deloris, James, Marilyn, Patsy, Tony, and Cathleen, 3 sis. Mrs. Mae Alexander, Mrs. Ora Browner and Mrs. Edna Berry, 4 brothers Isaac, Riley, Ernest and William Chilton. Preceded by child 10 yrs ago.

CLEM, A. B. (Brack,) 72, Bedford died 27 Oct 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 22 Oct 1860, Palmyra neighborhood, s/o John and Nancy Clem, survived by widow LETITIA CALLIS CLEM, and 5 ch., Mrs. A. G. Spillman, Mrs. Irvin Webb, Mrs. J. A. Neblett, R. E. and Prof. Robert B. Clem, bro., J. B. Clem, 2 sisters, Mrs. Mary Herod and Mrs. Nannie Hixon. or Hickson ?

CLEM, Mrs. Homer 42, (Hallie Humble,) Monitor died 20 Mar 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, (b. 3 Jun 1888) d/o late Mr. and Mrs. John (Anna Carraco) Humble, m. 25 Oct 1905 to HOMER CLEM, 3 ch., Ralph, Joe and Mrs. Charlie Tingle, 1 brother, Jessie Humble.

CLEM, James Buchanan "Buck," 78, Palmyra died 7 Mar 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, son of late John and Nancy (Dunn) Clem, b. 14 Apr 1857, a brother of A. B. Clem and Mrs. Eliza Jane Bell both deceased. Married 4 Dec 1879 to LOUISE FRANCES WELTY, 7 ch., all with wife survive, Charlie, Homer, Joe and Miss Katie Clem, Mrs. Clarence (Beulah) Harmon, Mrs. E. T. (Rosa) Knight, and Mrs. Robert (Ruth) Kendall, 2 sisters, Mrs. Nannie Hickson (or Hixon ?) and Mrs. Mollie Herod.

CLEM, Miss Katie Lou, 60, Union Grove community died 27 Sep 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 7 Oct 1886, d/o late James Buchanan and Lula (Welty) Clem, Survived by 3 sis. and 3 bro. Mrs. Rosa Knight, Mrs. Beulah Harmon, Mrs. Ruth Kendall, Joe, Charlie and Homer Clem.

CLEM, Letitia Callis, 76 died 30 Mar 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Hickory Grove community, 18 Dec 1872, d/o late Camden and Mildred Callis. m. June 1889 to A. B.(BRACK) CLEM, a merchant in Bedford for many years. He died 7 Oct 1932. Survived by 5 ch. Mrs. Ethel C. Spillman, Mrs. Irvin Webb, Mrs. Lena Clem Neblett, Ruby E. Clem and Prof. Robert B. Clem. Preceded by sis. Mrs. Stella Terrell and bro. Shelby Callis.

CLEM, Louise Frances Welty, 81, Union Grove died 22 May 1942, (bur. IOOF Bedford,) b. Henry Co. 15 Nov 1860, (d/o J. B. and Rose Kalusy Welty.) m. 4 Dec 1875 to JAMES B. CLEM, who died 7 Mar 1936. Survived by 7 ch. Charlie, Homer, Katie, Joe, Beulah, Ruth and Rosie, 4 bros. Joe, Dan, Clarence and Scottie Welty, 3 sis. Mesdames Lizzie Stout, Julia Schiemer and Dollie Lehue.

CLIFFORD, Alma (Craig,) 28, Oldham Co. died 4 Jan 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 4 Jan 1904, d/o Sam Craig, wife of Calvin Clifford, 1 son Calvin, Jr. Note: Her name was Elma Hatsell Craig.

CLIFFORD, Ben O., 84, Bellflower, Calif. Interred 2 Jan 1943, b. Bedford, KY, 27 Jun 1858 m. LEANA SWIFT 9 Oct 1881, Survived by widow, 4 dau., Mrs. Leona Ross, Mrs. O. W. Cox, Mrs. J. W. Clark and Mrs. W. A. Blankenbaker, 2 sons Clarence and Harry Clifford, all away from here, 4 bro. and 1 sis.

CLIFFORD, Calvin E., 46 died 26 Dec 1947, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. on Morton Ridge in Trimble Co., 8 Mar 1901, s/o late John J. and Sarah Morgan Clifford, m. Dec 1924 to ELMA CRAIG who died 1932, 2 ch. Woodrow, (Woodford) died in infancy and Calvin Craig, Jr. Also survived by bro. Leslie Clifford, 3 sis. Mrs. J. A. Miller, Mrs. A. B. Varble and Mrs. J. C. Toombs.

CLIFFORD, Charlie, W. 81, LaGrange died 5 Jan 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, former resident of Trimble Co., Survived by widow, MAUDE SEAVER CLIFFORD, and 4 ch., Russell, Carroll D., Bentley Clifford and Mrs. Hurley (Ruth) Branch, 1 sister, Mrs. Mary Brown, 7 bro., Lon, John, Sam, Ogden, Millard, Ben and Will Clifford.

CLIFFORD, John J., 84, Morton Ridge died 3 Dec 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 30 Dec 1855 near Patton Creek, m. 23 Dec 1880 to SARAH ELIZABETH MORGAN, survived., by wife and 5 ch. Mrs. A. B.(Rose E.) Varble, Mrs. James (Willie J.) Miller, Mrs. J. C.(Vannie) Toombs, Leslie and Calvin Clifford, 1 sisters Mrs. Mollie Brown, 5 brothers, Ben, Millard, S. D., William and Alonzo Clifford.

CLIFFORD, Pierson, ca 84, Middle Creek died 13 Mar 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, born, Trimble Co., son of late William and Ellen Clifford, one of 11 ch., m. NETTIE WRIGHT, now dec'd. Survived by sister, Mrs. Mary Brown, 8 bro., Charles, Millard, Ben, Ogden, John, Samuel, William and Alonzo.

CLIFFORD, Roger, 55, died 13 Aug 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 5 May 1893, lifelong res. of Trimble Co. Surv. by father Alonzo Clifford, widow VIRGIE WRIGHT CLIFFORD, daughter Mrs. L. C. Graves, son Prof. Wayne Clifford, a former teacher of Trimble Co. High School.

CLIFFORD, Sarah Elizabeth, 81, Morton Ridge died 31 May 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o Lee and Martha Glass Morgan, b. 29/ 30 Aug 1860, m. JOHN J. CLIFFORD on 23 Dec 1880, he died 1939, she leaves 5 ch. Mrs. A. B. Varble, Mrs. J. C. Toombs, Mrs. James Miller, Calvin and Leslie Clifford.

COFFIN, Christopher Kendall, 79, Madison, IN died 29 May 1947, buried Moffett Cem. Former res. of Trimble Co. b. near Mt. Carmel 3 Oct 1867, s/o Hiram and Elizabeth Kendall Coffin, m. 1909 to SARAH JOYCE, 1 dau. Alice now Mrs. Kenneth Sprague, both surv. Moved to Madison, 25 yrs ago.

COFFIN, Elizabeth, 98, South of Milton died 13 Nov 1935, buried Carmel Cemetery, born Kenton Co., KY, 16 Dec 1837, m. HIRAM F. COFFIN, 2 Dec 1862, 4 ch., Burton, William, Christopher and Mollie, 2 having preceded her in death. Hiram died 27 yrs ago, Survived by J. W. and Christopher Coffin.

COFFIN, Fannie Catherine Smitha, 65, died 20 Aug 1945, bur. Moffett Cem., b. 1 Sep 1879, in Mt. Carmel neighborhood, d/o late William and Frances Smitha, m. 19 Jun 1897 to LAFE COFFIN who survives with 4 ch. Mrs. Vera Brooks, Mrs. Bessie Roseberry, Mrs. Allene Wade and Robert Coffin, a sis. Mrs. Agness McGee, 2 bro. Leslie Smitha and Jesse Smitha. Preceded by a brother and a son who died in infancy.

COFFIN, Frank, ca 54, Charleston, W. Va. In paper of 16 Sep 1937, s/o of late James Coffin, his wife was NELLIE TAYLOR COFFIN, dau. of Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, former residents of Carmel and Milton. (Age from 1910 census.)

COFFIN, George Washington, 75, died 8 Nov 1930, buried Moffett Cem., born 22 Jun 1855, 1st m. MISS EDNA CANADA, 1 son, Lafe Coffin, after her death he married 2nd MISS EULA NIX, now dec'd. 5 children: Mark, Charles, James, Mrs. Estil Eubanks and Mrs. Anna Sterling. (2 sis., Mrs. J. O. Ewing and Mrs. Lou F. Ferris, 1 bro. Hiram Coffin.)

COFFIN, J. William, 71, (James William,) Carmel died 17 May 1937, buried Moffett Cem., son of late Hiram Coffin, b. 15 Sep 1865, m. ORA POWELL, dau. of late George A. Powell. Survived by wife, 1 bro., Christopher Coffin.

COFFIN, Ora Mae Powell, 52, died 2 Mar 1945, buried Moffett Cem., d/o George Powell, widow of J. WILLIAM COFFIN who died 17 May 1937. Survived by a sister in California.

COGHILL, Benjamin Franklin, 68, died 2 May 1944, buried Mt. Carmel Cem., b. Carroll Co. 29 Jan 1876, s/o late John and Sarah Coghill, m. 6 Aug 1898 to ANNA MITCHELL, 5 ch. all surv. Forrest, Howard, Carroll, Dorothy and Mrs. Hubert Westrick, 2 bro. Bert and Victor Coghill, a sis. Mrs. N. P. Mitchell.

COGHILL, Louise Belle, 81, Indianapolis, IN. In 14 Mar 1940 paper, buried Harrodsburg, IN b. Trimble Co., 20 Feb 1858, d/o Leonard and Julia (Cooney) Suddith. 6 ch. survive from former marriage, Mrs. Lottie Staab, Mrs. Ollie Briggs, Mrs. Jeanette Gillespie, Mrs. J. C. DeRossette, C. W. and W. D. Alexander, a bro. John Suddith, a sister Mrs. R. L. Moore. Note: WILLIAM ALEXANDER s/o Merady and Permelia Smith Alexander m. Bell Suddith 12 Sep 1905. William died 1912, bur. Corn Creek. Louise Belle Alexander m. ALONZO COGHILL 9 Dec 1921.

COGHILL, Maudie G., 25, Palmyra died 10 Mar 1934, buried Carmel Cemetery, b. 12 May 1908 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David A. Chandler, wife of JAMES COGHILL. Survived by parents, husband, 2 children ages 2 years and baby 5 days. also 5 sisters and 3 brothers, Mrs. Earl Yocum, Mrs. Goebel Simmons, Mrs. Wilford Bayne, Mrs. Ansel McCord, Miss Hazel Chandler, Redford, Thurman and Estel Chandler.

COGHILL, Nannie, 85, Eminence, KY died 4 Aug 1933, buried Moffett Cem. The only surviving sister of late Mrs. W. C. (Almeta) Webster of Milton.

COGHILL, Sue Ann, infant, interred 13 Dec 1947 Mt. Carmel Cem., d/o Norman and Mary Coghill.

COLBERT, Charles Elbrage, 58, died 25 Mar 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 22 Feb 1874, s/o late Lafayette Colbert, and Motie (Stanley} Colbert who surv. m. PEARL CRAVENS of Port Royal who died 1 yr later. He m. 2nd Jan 1912 ORA LEE PERKINSON, she died some 15 years ago, 7 children to this union, 1 son Emmett Colbert, 6 dau. Gladys, Byrl, Martha and Sylvia Colbert, Mrs. William Taylor and Mrs. Harold Brewer, 2 brothers Audie and C. T. Colbert, 1 sister Mrs. Edgar Bennett.

COLBERT, Charlie Miller, 66, died 1 May 1944, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 27 Mar 1878, (s/o Clark and Tamma A. Meyers Colbert.) m. 31 Mar 1901 to NETTIE MAY STROUP, surv. by wife, sister Mrs. Pearl (Nat) Ball, near Bedford.

COLBERT, Edgar Thomas, 80, Indianapolis, IN died 24 May 1948, bur. IOOF Bedford, former resident of Trimble Co., b. 25 Mar 1868, s/o Jeremiah and Matilda Staten Colbert, m. JANIE SIBLEY who died 1939, survived by ch. Oscar and Walter Colbert, Mrs. Allie Morgan and Mrs. Sadie Leach. Edgar was the 8th of a family of 9 ch., 1 bro. Jerry Colbert survives.

COLBERT, Hannah Wright, 78, Union Grove died 30 Mar 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, married (7 Mar 1877) to STEPHEN A. COLBERT, 9 ch., husband and 4 ch. survive, Mrs. Lewis Westrick, Mrs. Marvin (Lena) Pyles, Mrs. Harley (Nellie) Harmon and Field Colbert. A sis., Miss Sallie Wright died several weeks ago.

COLBERT, Mildred Louise, 15, near Ewingford died 23 Feb 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 30 Oct 1918, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Colbert, also surviving, a brother, Jesse and 2 sisters, Frances and Bernice.

COLBERT, Narcissia Motie, 91, died 25 Jul 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 5 May 1858, a native of Trimble Co. lived in Madison, IN for many yrs, (d/o William and Lucy E. Stanley ? 1870 census,) m. 13 Oct 1880 to LaFAETTE COLBERT, ch. Mrs. Edgar Bennett, Cleveland and Audie Colbert.

COLBERT, Steve A., 90, died 20 Jan 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 16 Aug 1854, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. John Colbert, m. 1875 to HANNAH WRIGHT, 10 ch., wife and 6 children, preceded him. Survived by 4 ch. Mrs. Field (Lena) Colbert, Mrs. Harley (Nellie) Harmon, Mrs. Marvin Pyles and Mrs. Louis Westrick.

COLEMAN, George Duncan, 66, Louisville, KY died 13 Apr 1933, buried IOOF Sulphur, born Trimble Co., 17 Sep 1866, 2nd child of Mr. W. O. Coleman and Mary Buchanan Coleman, m. Alphia Penn, at Sherman, Texas in 1896, Survived by 2 children: Mrs. W. S. Swanson and William Penn Coleman, 2 sis. and 2 bro. one being, Mrs. W. B. Snyder, Milton.

COLEMAN, Irwin, 32, Owensboro died 11 Dec 1932, buried ?? former resident of Bedford. Survived by wife and 3 children: his father and a brother the Rev. Terry Coleman, all of Owensboro.

COLEMAN, Jesse James/ James Jessie, 72, near Sulphur, KY. In 15 Jan 1942 paper, bur Sulphur Cem. b. Trimble Co., 22 Feb 1869, s/o William and Elizabeth Coleman, on 18 Jan 1889, m. to NORA MORRIS, 12 ch., 8 living, Mrs. W. K. Foree, Mrs. G. E. Morris, Mrs. R. R. Garrett, Mrs. J. C. Garrett, Mrs. F. D. Sly, Mrs. Colter, John and Ellis Coleman, a sis. Mrs. Kirby Ford.

COLEMAN, Virginia Ewing 67, died Indianapolis, IN 14 Jan 1933, buried ?? Born Trimble Co., 14 Mar 1865, d/o late W. P. and Mary Elizabeth Ewing, m. Dr. C. C. COLEMAN, 5 Mar 1884, he died 1 Jun 1890, 1 dau. Lottie Coleman (age 22 mo. at time of fathers death.) Mrs. Coleman died at the home of her daughter, Lottie, (Mrs. Herman Barnes,) Indianapolis. Survived by daughter, 1 bro. J. O. Ewing, sis. Mrs. Nancy Sanders.

COLEMAN, W. O. (William Oscar,) 88, Louisville died 7 Feb 1928, buried Sulphur Cemetery. Senator Coleman, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. William Coleman, b. Trimble Co., 23 Dec 1839, m. 1861 to MISS MARY YODER BUCHANAN, dec'd. 1914, survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. W. B. Snyder and Mrs. G. W. Williams, 3 sons James B., Charles C. and George D. Coleman, 2 sisters, Mrs. Mary E. Tandy and Mrs. Ethel Ford, 1 brother, Jesse J. Coleman.

CONARD, Sallie Jane, 52 died 28 Aug 1943, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 11 May 1891, m. CHARLES JAMES CONARD 13 Sep 1908, 8 ch., 5 of whom preceded her, 3 survive Jake Lee Conard, Mary Jane Mahoney and Addie Lee McDowell.

CONN, Drusilla, near 75 died 13 Mar 1944, buried Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co. 15 Mar 1869, d/o late Daniel and Susan Hood, m. 11 Nov 1891 to JOHN B. CONN who died 1948. Survived by ch. Mrs. Elza Stockdale, Mrs. W. O. Colbert, Roy Conn and Mrs. J. C. (Gladys) Clem, half?brother Fred Toombs. Preceded by sister Mrs. M. T. Fisher, brother Charles W. Hood.

CONN, John Blackerby, 80, died 24 Oct 1940, buried Moffett Cem., b. Kansas 14 Apr 1860, s/o late William and Mary Ann (Blackerby) Conn, m. DRUSILLA JANE HOOD on 11 Nov 1891, 5 ch. Mrs. Elza (Gertrude) Stockdale, Mrs. W. O. Colbert, Mrs. J. C. (Gladys) Clem and Roy B. Conn, a dau. died in infancy, 3 brothers Roy, W. L. and Jesse Conn, a sister Mrs. Nannie Drake.

CONN, Mamie, 60, Indianapolis, IN died 24 or 25 Oct 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, former resident of Trimble Co., d/o Mr. and Mrs. James Hundley, dec'd. Survived by husband, R. L. CONN, 1 sis., Mrs. Leva Lattimer, 2 bro., Trigg and Charlie Hundley, 1 adopted daughter, Mrs. Lucy Bumen, a sister of Orville Swisher whom she reared from infancy.

CONN, Roy Brown, 48, died 20 Apr 1948, buried Moffett Cem., (b. 18 Aug 1899,) native of Trimble Co., s/o John B. and Drucilla Hood Conn, m. 22 Jun 1918 to FAY HEVELINE, 2 ch. Mrs. Gayle Eaglin and John Wilson Conn. Preceded by parents and a sister.

CONN, William Thomas, 72, Louisville died ca 30 Aug 1941, bur. Evergreen Cemetery there, former resident of Trimble Co., s/o late William and Mary Ann Conn, m. JOSIE ANDREWS, she died 16 years ago, 5 ch. 4 survive, Robert L., Virginia Conn, Mrs. Louis Rahsch and 4th ? 2 bro. Robert and Jesse Conn, a sis. Mrs. Nannie Drake. A bro. John B. Conn died in Oct.

CONNELL, Benjamin Wickliff, 79, Poplar Ridge died 4 Feb 1934, buried Corn Creek Cem. b. 25 Jun 1854, m. 14 Nov 1894 to MARY ELIZABETH ROWLETT who with 5 of their 6 children survive, Mrs. Alfred Sparks, Mrs. Leslie (Gladys) Adams, Mrs. Joe (Sammie) Bennett, Mrs. Jack Singer and James Connell.

CONNELL, Mary Elizabeth, 74, Poplar Ridge died 14 Aug 1939, bur. Corn Creek Cemetery, b. 3 Oct 1865, d/o Jefferson Lee and Octivia Averitt Rowlett, m. to BENJAMIN WICKLIFF CONNELL on 14 Nov 1894, 6 ch. James Connell, Mrs. Alford Sparks, Mrs. Leslie Adams, Mrs. Joe Bennent and Mrs. Jack Singer, a son Benjamin F. died in infancy, 4 sis. Mrs. Mattie Rowlett, Mrs. Charlie Rowlett, Cora and Permelia Rowlett, 2 bro. O. T. and W. H. Rowlett. Her husband died 4 Feb 1934.

CONNELL, James W. 68, Palmyra, Missouri died 2 Oct 1931, buried ??, born and reared Trimble Co., s/o John S. and Mollie Gray Connell.

CONNER, Samuel, 83, Mt. Pleasant died 24 Feb 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late James Conner, b. Rockbridge Co., VA, 31 Oct 1853. Survived by 1 sister, Mrs. Lizzie Nicewander, half?sister, Mrs. Samuel Austin, 2 half?brothers, R. L. and Charlie Conner.

CONWAY, Jennie, 85, Hunter's Bottom died 27 Apr 1940, buried IOOF Carrollton, KY. Her husband RICHARD CONWAY died 25 years ago. surv. by dau. Mrs. W. N. Tandy, 2 sons Richard and George Conway, a step-dau. Mrs. Fannie Thompson, 1 bro. Laz White, 4 sisters Mrs. Jessie Hoffman, Mrs. Luther Ringo, Mrs. Julia Day and Mrs. Lee O'Nan all away from here.

CONWAY, Yulu, 30, Hunter's Bottom died 3 Apr 1937, buried ?, born Joppa, Ill. Daughter of late Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Smith, reared by Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A Barclay, her aunt, m. 12 years ago to RICHARD CONWAY of Hunter's Bottom who with 3 of their 5 children survive, George Robert, Jane and Joe Conway. Charles Barclay and William preceded her. Charles A. Barclay was the funeral director at Milton, KY.

COOK, Ida Mae, 52, died 31 Oct 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 28 Aug 1886, only daughter of Alf J. and Scottie Dehoney Bell, m. 28 Dec 1911 to Herbert Cook, who with her father survives.

COOK, Miss Mildred, 83, Bedford died 17 Jan 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, last survivor of 4 children, namely James, Homer G. Cook and Mrs. W. R. Goode.

COOK, Mollie Gillis, 75, Richmond, KY died 29 Jan 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, daughter of late Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gillis, b. 3 Aug 1861, m. 2 Nov 1881 to G. HOMER COOK, survived by 3 children, Herbert and Charley Cook and Mrs. R. A. Edwards. Reared a nephew, Mr. A. G. Spillman.

COOLEY, Neva Jewell, 1 mo., Morris, IN died 28 Nov 1928, Moffett Cem. born 29 Oct 1928, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cooley, grand?daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Richmond of Fisher Ridge.

COOMBS, Charles S., 47, Little Kentucky in Carroll Co. died ca 21 Feb 1931, burial IOOF Carrollton. Survived by 4 brothers: Forrest, Marcellus, Orville and John Coombs, 2 sisters: Mrs. T. A. Maddox and Mrs. J. C. Cantrell, Sr.

COOPER, Lloyd, 32, Liberty, near Milton died 7 Feb 1929, buried Moffett Cem., born 10 Jun 1896 at Dupont, IN, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. Tony Cooper

COUCH, Minnie Elinor, 74, died at home of dau. below Milton, 8 Sep 1938, buried Junction City in Boyd Co. Born Carthage, NY, 6 Sep 1864, widow of Elder C. P. COUCH, for many years pastor of Mt. Byrd Christian Church, he being the first to occupy the parsonage on the hilltop. 6 ch., Mrs. Thomas B. Tandy, Mrs. George Feutress, Mrs. T. R. Reed, Gerald, Elder Leon and Elder W. E. Couch.

COX, John Alfred, 57, near Jericho died 24 Oct 1936, buried Providence Cem. b. 5 Apr 1879, m. 2 Apr 1904 to ADDIE JONES, 5 children who with wife survive, Mrs. Elgina Belle Vest, Mrs. Nannie Lee Vest, Mrs. Irene Abbott, Nettie Rose Cox and Oscar Cox, 1 brother, Jimmie Cox, 4 sisters, Mrs. Elgina Gividen, Mrs. Carrie Hamilton, Mrs. Nannie Taylor and Mrs. Mary Taylor. He spent most of his life in Trimble Co.

COX, Luther, __, near Bedford In paper of 22 Dec 1949, buried ________ ? missing since Sunday. Found dead near Little Kentucky Creek.

COX, Margaret Jean, (73,) Carrollton died Friday 24 Jan 1929, burial at Vevay, IN. Margaret J. Northcott was born 19 Nov 1855 in Louisville, KY, one of eight children of Benjamin Hervey and Janet Stevenson Northcott. All deceased except a sister, Mrs. Janet Walden. On 22 May 1879 she married JOHN J. COX, who died 4 Mar 1925. 3 children were born, Hervey met a tragic death by drowning while family visited in Vevay. Falba the only daughter died at age of 1 year. Surviving is the son, Carlisle Cox.

COX, Mary K. McKinney, 74, Palmyra died 21 Dec 1943, bur. IOOF ____. b. 19 Sep 1869, m. MATT COX 21 Apr 1909, 2 ch. Maudie Bell dying in infancy, she leaves husband, and daughter, Mrs. Mary Frances Wright, 3 brothers Will, Sam and James McKinney.

COX, Matison "Matt," 77, Louisville died 18 Nov 1949, bur. IOOF ______. funeral at Union Grove Ch., s/o Oris and Amelia Cox, b. Henry Co., moving to Trimble Co. when young, moved to Louisville a year ago. m. MARY MCKINNEY who died 1943, dau. Maudie Bell died in infancy. Survived by dau. Mrs. Mary Frances Wright, sister Mrs. Joe Maupin, brother Oscar Cox.

CRAFTON, Amanda Glass, 83, Beech Grove died 6 Jun 1938, buried Corn Creek Cemetery, b. 30 Nov 1854, last of a family of 10 children. At age 17 years, m. THOMAS CRAFTON. Husband and ch., James C. Crafton and Mrs. Lucy C. Graves dec'd. Survived by 7 ch., Francis M., Joseph I., Bennie D., Robert C., Hosy O. and Homer Preston Crafton and Mrs. Rennie B. Adams.

CRAFTON, Anna Yula, 58, Corn Creek died 4 Jul 1938, buried Moffett Cemetery, wife of LEE CRAFTON, who survives with 6 children, Lee, Wilbur, Joe and William and Miss Peach Crafton, Mrs. Herman Jones and Mrs Charlie Brown, 5 brothers and sisters, Mrs. Charlie Jeffries, Mrs. Chester Abbott, Mrs. Clete Mahoney, Oscar Scott and Mrs. Jasper Barnes.

CRAFTON, Susan J. 88, Trimble Co. died 9 Jan 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 3 Apr 1844, m. 1872 to JAMES CRAFTON, now dec'd. 5 ch., Mrs. N. C. Cutshaw, Mrs. Calvin Kemper, Gabe, Fred and John Crafton, 2 sisters, Mrs. Amanda Crafton and Mrs. Elba Spillman.

CRAIG, Albert, 74, Indianapolis, IN died 3 May 1947, buried Sligo Cem., b. Trimble Co., moved to Ind. 35 yrs ago. s/o William and Lucy Hundley Craig. Survived by widow CLARA SPILLMAN CRAIG, 2 sons Hubert and Paul Craig. Mrs. Clara Moore Shaffel, Indianapolis, IN was also reared in the Craig home, a bro. Zack Craig. Preceded by son Owen Craig.

CRAIG, Henry Bradley, 59, Gill Ridge died 7 Mar 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 11 Jan 1887, W W I veteran, s/o late David L.(Logan) and Lucy (Catherine) Callis Craig, survived by 3 brothers Shirley, John Addison and Surber Craig, 2 sisters Mrs. Manuel Davis and Mrs. Lelah Andrews.

CRAIG, James Henry, 76, died, 26 Feb 1944 bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., on Middle Creek. m. MONA GARRETT who survives, 2 dau. Mrs. W. F. (Bertha) McManis, Mrs. John Shepherd, sons Walter, Hurley and Russell Craig, bro. George Craig.

CRAIG, Logan, 73, Gill Ridge died 25 May 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, widowed 2 yrs ago, m. 1882, MISS LUCY CALLIS, 6 children: John A., Shirley H, Serber, Bradley, Mrs. Clellan Perkinson and Mrs. Manuel Davis. (On stone name is David L. Craig.)

CRAIG, Mrs. Sam, (51,) Sulphur died 11 Jul 1930, buried Sligo ??, (born 26 Jun 1879,) survived by 2 children, Mrs. Calvin Clifford and Miss Mary Retta Craig. Note: Was she the former Lula Montague ?

CRAIG, Samuel M., (65,) Sligo, died 19 May 1935, buried Sligo Cem. survived by daughter, Mary Retta Craig, a sister, Mary Abbott, 3 brothers, Dan, George and James Craig. Wife, 2 daughters and a son preceded him. Note: He was married to LULA MONTAGUE.

CRAIG, Willana Marie, 7 mo,, South of Bedford died 1 Feb 1929, buried IOOF Bedford d/o Mr. and Mrs. Walter Craig.

CRAWFORD, Alfred R. 67, Indianapolis died 14 Dec 1928, buried Moffett Cem., former resident of Milton, born Ghent, KY, 1 Oct 1861, m. 4 Feb 1886 to MISS LULA TROUT, d/o Andrew J. Trout. Survived by wife, 2 daughters: Mrs. V. L. Miles and Mrs. John V. Hayes. a sister, Mrs. Nannie Klasattler, 4 brothers, R. V., V.L., C. D. and C. G. Crawford.

CRAWFORD, James 79, IN. In paper of 11 May 1931, buried Crown Hill Cem. IN, born and reared in Trimble Co., Survived by wife ADDIE STOCKDALE CRAWFORD, 2 dau., Leata and Genenieve Crawford, 1 son, William Crawford.

CRAWFORD, Lula Trout, 70, Greensburg, Ind. died 17 Jun 1936, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 12 Jan 1866, d/o late A. J. Trout, born and reared in Liberty neighborhood, widow of late ALFRED CRAWFORD. Survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. V. Leonard Miles and Mrs. John B. Hayes, 2 sisters, Mrs. Ella Calloway and Mrs. Fannie Giltner.

CRONLEY, Carl W., __, (1900?1946) on stone died 25 Sep 1946, buried IOOF Bedford. Survived, by wife NAOMI HARLEY RICHARDSON CRONLEY, niece of late W. C. Morgan and Mrs. W. S. Pierce.

CULL, Amanda, 75, North Bedford died 7 Nov 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o late Susan and Hannibal Dougherty, m. 2 Feb 1888 to IRVIN CULL who died (24 Aug 1928,) no ch. to this union, she is from a family of 10 children, only 1 brother survives, Henry Dougherty. A niece, Mrs. Howard Edgerton was reared by Mrs. Cull from age 7 years.

CULL, Annie M., 80, Marion, IN died 26 Jul 1936, buried same. She was a former resident of Trimble Co., widow of late WILLIAM CULL who died 1928. Survived by 2 sons, Chester and Hays Cull, 3 daughters, Mrs. Mamie Dudgeon, Miss Keen Cull and ??, 2 sisters, Mrs. Emma Brinkworth and Mrs. Amanda Broad.

CULL, Charlie, 78, Palmyra died 20 May 1935, buried Cull Cemetery on Cull's Ridge. m. KITSIE COLEMAN, no children, a brother, Leslie Cull, a sister, Mrs. S. B. Miles (George Selby Miles m Gertie Cull.)

CULL, Ida Wigginton, 74 died 15 / 16 Sep 1944, bur. IOOF Bedford. (d/o George and Sallie Bell Wigginton, b. 19 Jan 1870,) m. 54 years ago to LESLIE CULL. All her immediate family except her husband preceded her in death and he is last one of his family left.

CULL, Irvin, 68, Ewingford died 24 Aug 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, He was the first of 5 children to go away. s/o late James and Louise Trout Cull, m. AMANDA DOUGHERTY, who survives, no children, 2 brothers, Charlie and Leslie Cull, 2 sisters, Mrs. B. F. Chatham and Mrs. G. S. Miles.

Cull, Leslie, 81 died 26 Mar 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late Rev. James and Mrs. Louise Trout Cull, m. 1890 to IDA WIGGINTON, who died 1944. Mr. Cull spent his entire life in Trimble Co., most in Palmyra neighborhood. Mr. Cull was last of a family of 5. Survived by 2 nieces, Mrs. Verni Craig and Mrs. Ora Chatham.

CULL, Squire John T., 75, Union Grove died 2 Jan 1932, buried Holsclaw burying ground 1st m. SUSAN HOLSCLAW, deceased, 3 children: Mrs. Jesse (Dolly) Gross, Mrs. Fred Manaugh and Oscar Cull. 2nd married MRS. LULA WELCH, who survives. 1 sister, Mrs. Will Rowlett survives.

CULL, Kitsie Coleman, 75, near Union Grove died 3 Jul 1936, burial Cull burying ground, Survived by 2 nieces, Mrs. Herman Barnes and Mrs. Charles Reinbold, nephew, Howard Willis. (Note: Her husband was Charlie Cull,)

CULL, Mace, (Mason N.,) ca 70, North Vernon, IN died 3 May 1930, buried North Vernon. Former resident of Leeport. Survived by wife, MARY LEE ALEXANDER CULL, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Alexander, survives, also 1 son and 1 brother, Squire John Cull of Palmyra.

CULL, Margaret, 90, Madison, IN died 22 Jul 1932, buried Moffett Cemetery, widow of NEWTON CULL, step?daughter, Mrs. Lester Adams.

CULL, Mary Lee, ca 71, North Vernon, IN died 6 Feb 1935, buried where ? widow of late MASON N. CULL, born and reared in Trimble Co. d/o late Hayden (and Frances Smith) Alexander. Survived by son, Ora Mason Cull and a brother, William Alexander. NOTE, Leeport was named for Mrs. Cull who was post?mistress there for a time. (Age from 1870 census.)

CULL, Nora (Perkinson,) 66, Jefferson Co., IN died 25 May 1933, buried IOOF Bedford. Former resident of Trimble Co., d/o late Robert and Lillie Barnes Perkinson, widow of MILTON CULL, dec'd. (10 Oct 1913,) Survived by son, Nolan Cull, 2 brothers, Willard and Otis Perkinson.

CULL, William 76, Marion, IN died 22 Mar 1928, buried Marion, IN, former resident of Trimble Co. (Son of Isaac Newton and Amanda Cull.)

CULVER, Robert L., 66, died 1 Nov 1939, Carmel, buried Carmel Cem., b. 11 Jun 1873 near Brooksburg, IN, m. 26 Jan 1896 to FRONIA (SOPHRONIA) GILLUM, (who died 17 Oct 1932) 3 ch. Mrs. Jennings Greenwood, William and Roy Culver, on 14 Feb 1934 m. MRS. MYRTLE PIKE of Louisville who surv also survived by brother Frank Culver.

CULVER, (Sophronia) Fannie, (62,) Carmel died 17 Oct 1932, buried Carmel Cem., (nee Gillum,) wife of ROBERT L. CULVER, who survives with 3 children: Mrs.J. B. Greenwood, William and Roy Culver, 1 bro. Charles Gillum.

CURRAN, Charles, ___, Versailles, IN died 3 Oct 1936, buried same, former resident of Hunter's Bottom, son of late Enoch Curran. Survived by widow and 3 ch., also 3 bro., John, Robert and Ben Curran, 4 sis., Mrs. R. E. Clem, Mrs. W. R. Morgan, Mrs. John Alexander and Mrs. Noble Chadwell, his stepmother, Mrs. Lucy Curran. Wife a sister of Mrs. Lillie Pecar.

CURRAN, John B., 68, died 1 Nov 1946, Milroy, IN, bur. Indianapolis, IN, b. 2 Oct 1878, s/o late Enoch Curran, m. SARAH E. WOOD, deceased, 5 ch. George, John, Mary Curran, Mrs. Grace Harsell and Mrs. Lorena Burrling, 2 bro. Ben and Robert Curran, 4 sis. Mrs. W. R. Morgan, Mrs. R. E. Clem, Mrs. Nellie Alexander and Mrs. Minnie Chadwell.

CURRAN, Lucy Parham, 80, died 20 Jan 1946, (bur. Moffett Cem.) b. 28 Nov 1865, her life was spent in Trimble Co., d/o Martin C. and Mozella Gillis Parham. Her husband, ENOCH CURRAN died years ago, surv. by sis. Mrs. Porter, 3 step?ch. Mrs. R. E. Clem, Mrs. Will Morgan, and Ben Curran.

CURRY, E. H., 44, Memphis, TN died 21 Jan 1928, buried, Pulaski, TN, m. MISS ALICE BUTLER, d/o late Ben F. Butler of Trimble Co.

CUTSHAW, Don, 46, Indianapolis, IN died 9 Jun 1934, buried Crown Hill Cemetery. Survived by widow, dau., Mrs. John Riddle, son, Norris Cutshaw, 2 sis., Mrs G. B. Morris and Mrs. Daisy Schafer, bro., Dow B. Cutshaw.

CUTSHAW, Elvia Morgan, 81, near Bedford died 22 Nov 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, born Anderson Co., KY, 10 Jan 1854, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gillis, m. Dec 1875 to W. R. MORGAN, 2 sons, Harry Bartlett and William Reedy Morgan. 2nd m. to S. Y. CUTSHAW, deceased 8 years ago, Survived by 4 children, W. R. Morgan, Joseph, Clarence and Chan Cutshaw and Mrs. J. K. (Vera) Garriott, 1 sister, Mrs. Mollie Cook.

CUTSHAW, Laura Sampson, 48, died 17 Jul 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 4 May 1892, Trimble Co., (d/o Andrew Sampson.) m. 14 Feb 1915 to ARTHUR CUTSHAW, 2 ch. Mrs. Julian Dunlap and Mrs. Howard Bayne, 4 bros. Jack, Yager, Harry and Hubert Sampson, 4 sis. Mrs. Frank Kidwell, Mrs. Orve Vest, Mrs. George Leach and Mrs. Burbon Carber, her mother Mrs. Dora Sampson.

CUTSHAW, Noah C., 75, Poplar Ridge died 1 Sep 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late Samuel and Rachel Gorden Cutshaw, youngest of a family of 10 children born IN, came to Trimble Co. at age 22, m. AMANDA ROBBINS who died some years later, 2 ch., Frank Cutshaw and Mrs. W. L. Harmon. He m. 2nd LENORA CRAFTON, 8 children, and wife survive, Mrs. Silas Wiley, Mrs. James Varble, Mrs. Samuel Callis, Mrs. Harold Douglas, Estelle, Marguerite, Arthur and James Cutshaw. A son, Jennings Bryant and an infant preceded their father.

Return to 1928-1949 Obituary Main Index

Return to main Trimble County page