ABBOTT, Bess G., 78, R.2 Milton, died 19 Oct 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Bedford (20 Aug 1891, d/o Bill and Roxanna Staten Wyatt.) Husband HURLEY P. ABBOTT, now deceased Survived by dau. (Frances) Mrs. Charles E. Adams, and a sister Mrs. Mabel Hutcherson.
ABBOTT, Charles Edward II, 72, Bedford, died 31 Jan 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 2 Oct 1896, Carroll Co. s/o Charles and Amelia Aubrey Abbott,) resided in Trimble Co. the last 26 years. Survived by widow LIZZIE HOUCHINS ABBOTT, a son Charles Edward Abbott Jr., 3 step-children Mrs. Eda Brown, Louis and Robert Dean, a bro. Elmer Abbott, 2 sis. Mrs. Jennie Dyke and Mrs. Minnie Dyke.
ABBOTT, Daisy May, 79, died 14 Jan 1964, Madison, IN, bur. Springdale. b. Trimble Co., 22 Aug 1884, a widow, d/o Lud and Mary Clifford Brown. From funeral record.
ABBOTT, Ervin A., 64, Wises Landing, died 6 May 1964, bur. Sulphur. b. Henry Co., KY, 6 Apr 1900, s/o Samuel and Josephine Simpson. Widowed. Data from funeral record.
ABBOTT, Harrison E., 46, Cincinnati, OH, died 3 Jun 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Oldham Co. s/o Mr. and Mrs. William Abbott Sr. He spent most of his life in Trimble Co. Survived by parents, wife MARTHA ABBOTT, 2 dau. Mrs. James Higdone and Debbie Abbott, 2 sons Randy and David Abbott, 3 bro. William, Jr., Connell and Clyde Abbott. Preceded by 2 sons.
ABBOTT, Margaret, 92, Abbott Lane, d. 2 Feb 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 4 Jan 1872, d/o late Steve B. and Jennie (Abbott) Martin, m. HENRY ABBOTT, who died 1951. Survived by son Carl Abbott, a bro. Steve B. Martin.
ABBOTT, Thelma, 61, Indianapolis, IN, d. 25 Feb 1966, bur. there. b. 18 Dec 1904. Survived by 5 sis. Mrs. Anna Egerton, Virgie Barnes, Ethel Kelley, Helen Sample and Hazel Wingham, 1 bro. Walter Hood.
ABRAMS, Joseph, 74, Millville, KY, d. 2 Nov 1968, bur. IOOF Bedford. Former resident of Trimble Co. (b. 4 Mar 1894, s/o F. and Lou Sutherland Abrams.) Survived by dau. Mrs. Maudie Newby, 1 bro. Will Abrams.
ABRAMS, Minnie, 77, died. 12 Apr 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Lee Co., KY, (13 May 1888,) lived in Bedford area 12 years. Survived by husband, JOE ABRAMS, 2 dau. Mrs. Flora Brown and Mrs. Rose True, 4 sons Paul, William, John and Glenn Thomas, 1 bro. Harry Newman.
ACKERMAN, John, __, Vevay, IN, died 5 Feb 1962, bur. ______. Survived by 2 sons Robert and Edward Ackerman, 2 dau. Mrs. Eleanor Curry and Mrs. Louise O'Day, 1 sis. Mrs. Elizabeth Dennison. Preceded by a sis. Mrs. Frances Broad, who died 14 months ago.
ADAMS, Alice, 91, Indianapolis, died 11 or 18 May 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (18 Dec 1873, d/o John and Rebecca Bowman Liter.) Lived here most of her life. Widow of MORTON ADAMS. Survived by sons Charles and Raymond Adams, sis. Mrs. Shelby Rowlett, 1 bro. Eugene Liter. Preceded by son Willard Adams.
ADAMS, Charles Walker, infant died 26 Aug 1968, bur. Moffett Cemetery. Infant of James Adams. From funeral record.
ADAMS, Jessie K., 68, Michigan, died 27 / 28 Jan 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. Former resident of Trimble Co., d/o William and Bernice (Newby) Pitman. Widow of VERNON ADAMS. Survived by sis. Mrs. Myra Conner and Mrs. Martha Powell.
ADAMS, Mary, 59, Bedford, died 2 Jul 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. Native of Trimble Co., d/o William and Nannie King. m. WILLARD ADAMS, he died 8 Nov 1953. Survived by 2 sons Clarence and Ray Adams, 3 dau. Mrs. Johnnie McDowell, Mrs. Wallace Thompson and Mrs. Richard L. Duchscherer, 2 sis. Mrs. Brook Raker and Mrs. Robert Coffin, 1 bro. Everitt King.
ADAMS, Wilbur, 58, Madison, IN, died 15 Jul 1966, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co. (5 Apr 1908, s/o William and Lillie Morgan Adams.) Lived most of his life in this county. Survived by wife, MARGARET UNDERWOOD ADAMS, 2 dau. Mrs. Wilma Ruth Schoff and Mary Frances Adams, 3 sons Arthur, Benny and William Ralph Adams, 3 bro. Redford, Manford Newton and Walter Adams, 1 sis. Rosetta Burton.
ADAMS, Wilbur A. "Buck," 66, died 9 Jan 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. Lived his entire life in Trimble Co. (s/o Quincy Adams.) Survived by 3 nieces, Mrs. Esther McCutcheon, Mrs. Henry Barrickman and Mrs. Ollie Dean.
ADAMS, Willie Ann, 93, died. 12 Aug 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (15 Aug 1868,) d/o Ludwell and Mary Ellen Clifford Brown. m. CHARLIE WHITAKER, who died 60 years ago. m. 2nd to J. W. ADAMS, who preceded her. No children, but she reared a niece from infancy, Mrs. Mayme Hunter who survives and a nephew, Clarence Garriott now deceased. Survived by sis. Mrs. Daisy Abbott, a bro. Luther Brown. Preceded by a bro. John Brown and a sis. Mrs. Jennie Garriott.
AGIN, Elizabeth, __, (near 73) died 24 Apr 1969, bur. Corn Creek Cem. (b. 28 Apr 1896) Trimble Co., d/o late Mike and Lutie Shepherd Agin, lived in county all her life.
ALDRIDGE, Frank, 29, died 21 Jun 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. s/o late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Aldridge. Survived by 2 sis. Lorene Hawkins and Essie Aldridge, 1 bro. Stanton Aldridge. He also leaves 2 children and 1 step-son.
ALEXANDER, Neice Cornelius, 73, Indianapolis, IN, d. 9 Jun 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. s/o Marcus and Flora Alexander, b. Trimble Co., had resided in Indianapolis the past 41 years. m. to ANNABELLE FARLEY, 11 Oct 1911, she survives with 4 children Vernon, Cecil, Maurice and Velma Alexander, bro. Ernest, Norvel, Elmo, Ray (Roy), Lester, Herbert, Hurley and Hubert Alexander, Mrs. John Mershall and Mrs. Pearl Newby.
ALEXANDER, Roy Vernon 62, died 6 Dec 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 31 Mar 1901, s/o Marcus and Flora Harmon Alexander.) Surv. by bro., Norvel, Elmo, Ernest, Leslie, Hurley, Herbert and Hubert Alexander, sis. Mrs. John Mershell and Mrs. Pearl Newby. Preceded by a bro.
ALEXANDER, Ruby Jones 68, died 17 May 1961, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., wife of ERNEST ALEXANDER, m. 7 Sep 1910, d/o Johnnie and Josie Hood Jones. Surv. by son, Beckham Alexander. Preceded by 2 sons, W. R. and Leland Alexander, 1 sis. Bertha Crafton.
ALEXANDER, Ruby Moore 56, died 11 Mar 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 6 Jun 1909, d/o Jim H. and Mary Wright Moore.) Surv. by husband WILLIAM LESLIE ALEXANDER, sons Glenford, Buford, Kenneth G. Alexander, and a dau. Mrs. Shirley Brown, bro. James R., Charlie and Chester Moore, a half-bro. Wilbur Branch, 2 sis. Mrs. Lloyd Green and Mrs. Lillie Fields.
ALEXANDER, St. Elmo 66, Bedford, d. 15 Jun 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. Saint Elmo, s/o Marcus and Flora Alexander, (b. 22 Apr 1899,) lived in Trimble Co. his lifetime. Survived by bro. Ernest, Norvil, Herbert, Hubert, Leslie, and Hurley Alexander, sis. Mrs. John Mershall and Mrs. Pearl Newby.
ANDREW, Ellen Jane, 48, died 8 May 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 24 May 1916, d/o Robert and Minnie Jones Brooks.) Lived Trimble Co. all her life, m. HERBERT ANDREW in 1939, he died 20 years ago. Survived by dau. Mrs. Phyllis Jean Carder, 2 sons Phillip Harmon and James Leonard Andrew, 3 sis. Sylvia Rowlett and Mrs. Leona Kidwell. Preceded by 1 sis. and 1 bro.
ANDREW, Everett E., 81, died 12 Mar 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (31 Oct 1881,) lifelong resident of the county, s/o John William and Mary Canada Andrew, m. LILLIE MAE PRATHER, who died 1933. Survived by 3 sons Deward, Michael (Manuel) and Elmer Andrew. Preceded by 1 son Joe Andrew, a dau. Mrs. Edna (Edrena) Gosman.
ANDREW, Joseph Earl, 55, Milton, died 6 Apr 1961, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Bedford, (30 May 1906) s/o Everett S. Andrew and the late Lillie Mae Andrew. Survived by wife FLOSSIE BARNES ANDREW, 2 dau. Mrs. Charles Persell and Mrs. John Jaynes, 1 son John Henry Andrew, 3 bro. Manuel, Elmer and Deward Andrew. Preceded by sis. Mrs. Edrena Gosman 4 mo. ago.
ANDREWS, Harlan D., 46, Bedford, died 19 Jan 1968, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (14 Jun 1921,) m. LOUISE EVANS of Trimble Co. in 1941. Survived by wife, 1 son Gary Andrews, dau. Mrs. Patty Lewis, his mother Mrs. Mary Chandler Andrews, 2 bro. Lawrence and Winford Andrews, 2 sis. Mrs. Nettie Mae Callis and Mrs. Leona Alexander. Preceded by his father Leo Andrews, a baby son and bro. Herman Andrews.
ANGEL(L,) (Maggie) Pearl, 83 Trimble Co., died 23 Jan 1962, IOOF Bedford. d/o Stanley and Millie James, (or James and Mildred Spillman Stanley as in other records ?) b. 15 Apr 1879. m. 40 years ago to GEORGE ANGEL(L,) who died 2 years ago (10 Nov 1959.) Survived by a grandson Harold Angel.
ARNETT, Oscar, 53, Louisville, KY, d. 6 Jul 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. Trimble Co., 6 Oct 1911 s/o late Tom and Mary Ball Arnett.) Lived in Trimble Co. most of his life. Survived by wife MARY COMPTON ARNETT, children, Mrs. R. T. Bray, Jr., Mrs. Tommie Benham, Jimmie, Billy Carl, Jerry and Michael Arnett, 3 step-children David M., John F. and Aubrey C. Compton, Jr., 1 bro. Joe Arnett, 3 sis. Mrs. D. T. Rowlett, Mrs. Virgil Liter and Mrs. Lester Ginsberg. Preceded by a bro. who died in infancy, 3 sis. Mrs. Jesse Rowlett, Mrs. Minnie Wentworth and Mrs. Gertrude Luckett.
ASHBY, Paul T., 74, died 2 Mar 1967, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co. (s/o William T. and Mattie Buchanan Ashby,) a retired mail carrier. Survived by wife THELMA ASHBY, 2 cildren. Thurston and Miss Gay Ashby, sis. Mrs. Mildred Luckett. Sis. Mrs. Maude McMahan deceased
AVERITT, Richard G., 81, Fla., died 9 Apr 1963, bur. Plainfield, IN. b. Trimble Co., youngest s/o William B. and Elizabeth Peak Averitt, b. in the Liberty Com., he was a teacher in Trimble Co. for a time. m. to ERCELL WOOD of Milton in 1909, 2 children. Nancy Elizabeth who died at age 16 and Richard Averitt, Jr. of Fla. Family lived in Indiana before retirement then moved to Fla. His father was brought as a two year old to the county in 1832. William died 1912, buried Bedford Cemetery. He had a family of 16 children and raised 13 to manhood and womanhood. Col. "Dick" was the youngest and last to pass away.
BACKUS, Jesse E., 73, died 19 Sep 1969, bur. IOOF Carrollton, KY. W W I veteran, native of Carroll Co., lived in Union Grove area the last 2 years. (b. 19 Jul 1896, s/o Jerome and Lida Sherman Backus.) Survived by wife LEONA (PULLIAM) BACKUS, 2 sons Sherman and Joseph Backus, 3 dau. Mrs. Hilda Hill, Mrs. Norma Thompson and Mrs. Aline Maxwell.
BAILEY, James W. "Jim," 82, died 24 May 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. He would have been 83 on the comming Saturday, b. Dillsboro, IN, spent most of his life in Trimble Co., s/o Tom Bailey who operated a livery stable business in Bedford. Survived. by wife MARY BAILEY, step-dau. Mrs. Margaret Cutshaw. Preceded by 1 bro. and 2 sis.
BAKER, James Coleman. 52, Bedford, died 23 Oct 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford b. Oldham Co., Ky, s/o Elleston and Annie Poole Baker. Married. Data from funeral record.
BAKER, Oscar Carroll, 57, Sligo area, interred 18 Oct 1965, Sligo Cem. W.W.II veteran, b. Trimble Co. (17 Nov 1907,) s/o Robert Rick Baker and Letitia Horton Baker, lived in county all his life. Surv. by wife DORIS CALLIS BAKER, 2 dau. Birdie Carroll Baker and Shelby Jean Baker, sis. Mrs. Erma Brill, Mrs. Pherrie Hehl, Mrs. Ruby Schnoor and Miss Ola Baker, 2 bro. Zack and Paul Baker.
BALL, Collin Alvan, 70, died 6 Nov 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. Lifelong resident of Trimble Co. (b. 21 May 1899, s/o James and Lucy Miles Ball.) Survived by widow ELBA THOMPSON BALL, 1 son H. J. Ball, 3 dau. Mrs. Virginia Welch, Mrs. Mary Jo Colbert and Mrs. Patsy Abbott, 2 bro. Walter and Claude Ball.
BALL, Pearl Colbert, 79, died 18 Nov 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co. (3 Oct 1885, d/o Clark Colbert.) m. 1902 to NATHANIEL BALL who died 1956. Survived. by sons Ray, Herman and Joe Ball, dau. Mrs. Jewell Millis, Gladys Dein, Ruby Baker and Beulah Neher.
BALL, Stella Mae, 84, died 22 Aug 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (8 Jan 1883.) d/o Mr. and Mrs. John Perkinson, she had spent many years in Indiana. Husband, JOE BALL died 1950. Survived by 2 dau. Mrs. Helen Grebe and Mrs. Mamie Stockdale, 3 sons Raymond, Maurice and William Ball, 1 bro. Villie Perkinson, a half-sis. Mrs. Florence Culver.
BALLARD, Reuben B., 60, Cincinnati, OH, d. 11 Feb 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. s/o late Benjamin and Cordie Pinnell Ballard formerly of this county. The nephew of Mrs. Rose Wright and Ovie Pinnell.
BANKS, Calvin Keith, 10, Indianapolis, IN, d. 9 Jun 1966, bur. IOOF Carrollton. (b. 4 Jun 1956) s/o Calvin and Sara Lucas Banks. Also survived by 2 sis. Dianna Lynn and Eva Banks, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Banks and Mr. and Mrs. Walker Banks.
BANKS, Leonard Lee, 38, Indianapolis, IN, d. 11 Oct 1964, bur. IOOF Carrollton. W.W.II veteran, killed in auto crash in Dayton, OH. b. Canaan, IN. Survived by wife, his parents Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Banks, 4 children Donald Lee, Raymond, Margaret Elizabeth and Dora Ellen Banks, 1 sis. Mrs. Eva Mae King, 3 bro. Howard William, Calvin Lee and Donnelly Banks, 4 half bro. Charles William, Sherley, Lonnie and Russell Banks, half-sis. Mrs. Alto Campbell and Mrs. Wilma Chandler. Preceded by 2 bro. Donald and Kenneth Banks.
BANKS, Martha C. 90, Milton, KY, died 11 Sep 1961, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co., (24 Mar 1871,) d/o W. F. and Ruhama Cooper Trout, m. to SHERIDAN BANKS, he died 1933. Survived by dau. Mrs. (Ola Banks Adams) and Mrs. Erwin McDonald, a son Edwin Banks.
BANKS, Nellie Mae, 82, Madison, died 21 Dec 1967, bur. IOOF Carrollton b. 14 Sep 1885 (d/o William and Nanny Bradley Ginn) lived in Madison, IN the past 35 years. Widow of GEORGE W. BANKS. Survived by 4 sons Shelley, Elmer, Woodrow and Marshall Banks, dau. Mrs. Pearl Berch, 3 sis. Mrs. Esther Cook, Mrs. Della Davis and Mrs. Alice Clements. Preceded by dau. Mrs. Carlos (Ethel) Bell.
BARNES, Dan, 77, Indiana, died 6 Jan 1964, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co., (1 Jul 1884, s/o Bing and Mary Plumoff Barnes,) lived in Indianapolis most of his life. Wife SADA BARNES died a number of years ago. Survived by 2 sis. Mrs. Bertha Manker and Mrs. Nettie Ogden, 1 bro. Guy Barnes.
BARNES, Darrin Lee, 2 mo., died 10 / 11 Jul 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. s/o Mr. and Mrs. David L. Barnes, Ratcliff, KY. Grandparents are Mrs. Pauline Ogden and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Barnes.
BARNES, Floyd, 80, in paper of 11 May 1967, died California, bur. there. b. Trimble Co., moved to Calif. at age 16 years. Survived by wife EDNA BARNES, 1 sis. Mrs. Pearl McIntire. Preceded by 3 bro. Hubert, Elmo and Leslie Barnes, 2 sis. Mamie Barnes and Mrs. Nannie Shirmer.
BARNES, Irene, 74, Calif., interred 25 Nov 1968, IOOF Bedford. (b. 7 Aug 1894, d/o Joe Cable.) Her 1st m. to SHIRLEY MILLER, he deceasd. m. 2nd in 1940 to LESLIE BARNES who died years ago.
BARNES, June Yvonne, 21, Bedford, died 4 Jan 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Augusta, KY, (10 Nov 1947, d/o Josh and Margaret Dice Ormes.) Survived by mother Mrs. Pauline Ogden, husband DAVID BARNES, dau. Stacey Renea age 8 mo, 1 bro. Gordon Ray Ormes. Preceded by son Darrin Lee Barnes, who died July 1967.
BARNES, Leslie M., 81, died 10 Feb 1965, (bur. Moffett Cem.) b. Trimble Co. spent his lifetime in Milton area, s/o James (and Mattie C. Hudson) Barnes. Survived by wife IRENE GABLE BARNES, dau. LaDonna Schwers, son Cecil Barnes, step dau. Mrs Faye Walman, sis. Mrs. Pearl McIntire and a bro. Floyd Barnes. Prec. by 2 sis. and 2 bro. Note: His first wife BERDIA MAE HUFF, died 1 Jan 1942.
BARNES, Mary Lou Chandler, 83, died 27 Mar 1968, Calif., bur. there. Native of Trimble Co. and former teacher, had lived in Calif. 50 years. (d/o William and Nannie McMahan Chandler.) Widow of WILLIAM SHELBY BARNES. Survived by son, W. Norris Barnes, a dau. Mrs. Robert Schuller Jr., sis. Mrs. O. S. Joyce.
BARNES, Mattie Abbott, 78, died 6 Mar 1968, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (7 Jun 1889) d/o Joseph and Millie Garriott (Garrett) Abbott. Widow of late WILLIAM L. BARNES. Surv. by dau. Mrs. William (Mildred) Powell, sons Herbert, William D., Obie D. and Rudy Barnes. Preceded by dau. Addie Barnes and her only sister.
BARNES, Shedrick Nelson, 54, near Milton, died 15 Sep 1960, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 27 Jul 1906) s/o late Nathan and Addie (Alexander) Barnes. m. 16 Feb 1927 to LELA EFFIE GARRIOTT who survives 3 sis. Mrs. Aubrey (Emma Lee) Jones, Mrs. Fult (Fannie May) Watson and Mrs. Elizabeth Miles. Preceded by a sis. Mrs. Claude (Willie Byrl) Callis.
BARNES, William Louis, 78, Mt. Pleasant Com., died 10 or 12 June 1960, bur. IOOF Bedford. Life long resident of Trimble Co. (b. 27 Feb 1882,) s/o Bingham and Mary Plumber (Plumoff?) Barnes. Survived by dau. Mrs. William (Mildred) Powell, 4 sons Obie, William D., Herbert and Rudolph Barnes, 2 sis. Mrs. Bertha Manker and Mrs. Nettie Ogden, 2 bro. Guy and Don Barnes. Prec. by dau. (Addie) Louise.
BARRICKMAN, Elijah Thomas, 81, died 7 / 9 Jul 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. Native of Oldham Co., KY, (b. 22 Jul 1883, s/o Thomas and Elizabeth Hayden Barrickman.) A resident of Bedford area for 50 years. He and wife the former EVA BRAY operated 2 different restaurants for a time. Survived by 3 bro. Lee, Joe and Will Barrickman, sis. Mrs. Luanna Claxton. Preceded by wife EVA BRAY BARRICKMAN in 1961.
BARRICKMAN, Eva L., 75, died 5 Aug 1961, bur. IOOF Bedford. d/o James H. and Ollie Dunn Bray, (b. 13 Oct 1885.) m. 12 May 1907 to E. T. BARRICKMAN. Survived by 3 sis. Mrs. Luther Yager, Mrs. Harwood Crafton and Mrs. Frank Williams, 2 bro. B. C. and Willis Bray.
BARRICKMAN, Nettie Miller, 84, died 11 Feb 1961, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 1 Jun 1876,) d/o Love G. and Ellen Gill Abbott. m. ZACHARY COLEMAN BARRICKMAN, who died 1946. Survived by son, Henry Barrickman, dau. Mrs. Viola Campbell. Preceded by 1 son, 2 bro. and 2 sis.
BARRICKMAN, Raymond, 65, died 7 Mar 1960, bur. IOOF Bedford. Lived in Webb Lane Com., former resident of Wises Landing, never married. Survived by mother, Mrs. Nettie Barrickman, 1 sis. Mrs. Viola Campbell, 1 bro. Henry Barrickman.
BARRICKMAN, Roy F., 81, Bedford, died 3 May 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. Native of Oldham Co., (b. 25 Apr 1886, s/o James and Artemecia Admire Barrickman,) had lived in Trimble Co. for 67 years. He operated a general store at Wises Landing for near 50 years. Survived by a son Uhel Barrickman, a dau. Mrs. Greta Maturo.
BARRINGER, Lawrence R., 62, Milton, died 5 Nov 1966, bur. Moffett Cem. Native of Trimble Co. (b. 6 Nov 1903) s/o Burdett and Ada VanDolah Barringer. Survived by wife LELA (CONNER) BARRINGER of Madison, IN, 4 children Myron T. Barringer, Mrs. Wanda Hitz, Mrs. Jerry Lee Wheeler and Mrs. Beth Turner, 1 sis. Mrs. Robert Wiseman.
BARRINGER, Minnie, 94, Milton, died 4 Aug 1962, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Ripley Co., IN, (24 Jun 1968 d/o Jessie and Mary Vandolah) spent most of her life in Milton area. She was last of a family of 12 children 3 bro. and 8 sis. preceded her. Husband THOMAS J. BARRINGER, died 8 Jul 1931. Survived by 2 dau. Mrs. Ruby Brinson and Mrs. Ella Fuell, 1 son John Barringer.
BAXTER, Joe Powell, 60, Louisville, KY, died 3 Feb 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (19 Dec 1905,) s/o late W. O. and Rose Ella Powell Baxter. He served as Judge when his father died in office in the early 40's. Survived by wife ERBA TINGLE BAXTER, 1 son Joe W. Baxter, sis. Mary Lou McKinney and a half sis. Fay Foster.
BAYNE, Lilly M., 71, Milton, KY, died 14 Jul 1967, bur. Moffett Cem. Native of Trimble Co. (b. 26 Jul 1896, d/o John and Edna Leep Boswell.) Preceded by husband SHELLY BAYNE. Survived by 2 sons Norman and John G. Bayne, 2 sis. Mrs. Virgie Jones and Mrs. Edna Harmon, a bro. Leonard Boswell. Note: Shellie Bayne is name on his tomb stone.
BAYNE, Shellie E., 74, Milton,KY, died 30 May 1966, bur. Moffett Cem. (b. 6 Jun 1891) Trimble Co., s/o James and Julia McCord Bayne. Survived by wife LILLY BOSWELL BAYNE, 2 sons Norman and John Bayne, 1 sis. Mrs. Hilary Carder, 2 bro. Truman and Cleve Bayne. Preceded by 1 sis. and 4 bro. Note: Shellie and Lilly married 23 Jan 1915.
BEACH, Clem, 93, Bedford, KY, died 5 Jan 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Gallatin Co., KY, (24 Aug 1873.) He lived in Bedford area 76 years. Survived by dau. Mrs. Fred (Norma) Simmons.
BEACH, Kellie P., 74, died 26 Sep 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Franklin Co., KY, (20 Jun 1891, d/o John and Elizabeth Rodgers O'Nan,) lived in Trimble Co. most of her life. 1st m. to FRED LEACH, who died 1928, 4 children, Howard and Chester Leach, Mrs. Deward Andrew and Mrs. Gertrude Wise. m. 2nd to CLEM BEACH, who survived a dau. Mrs. Norma Simmons, her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth O'Nan, 1 bro. Thurman O'Nan and a sis. Mrs. Josie Clemmons.
BECRAFT, Annie Gertrude, 77, died 28 Sep 1961, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. b. Carroll Co., d/o John and Martha Yocum. Survived by husband, JOHN BECRAFT, 3 dau. Myrtle Westrick, Pauline Law and Hildred Craig, 2 sons, Raymond and Harold Becraft, 2 sis. Ida Mullikin and Viola Harmon, 1 bro. Earl Yocum.
BECRAFT, John, 83, died 21 May 1963, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. b. Trimble Co., (27 Oct 1897, s/o Willis and Evelyn Fisher Becraft.) Survived by 3 dau., Mrs. Hildred Craig, Mrs. Myrtle Westrick and Mrs. Lester Law, 2 sons, Raymond and Harold Becraft, 3 bro., Walter, Lee and Harvey Becraft, 1 sis., Ida Kelley. Preceded by wife and son.
BECRAFT, Mary Cooper, 56, died 9 Jul 1966, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. b. Columbus, IN, had lived in Trimble Co. a number of years. Survived by husband, RAYMOND BECRAFT, sis., Ruth Mosier, bro., R. C. Cooper.
BEETEM, Dr. Luther Franklin, 58, Madison, IN, died Jan 1960, bur ____. He had offices in both Bedford and Milton in the 1920's and 1930's. b. English, KY, s/o Calvin and Lily Morris Beetem. m. ELIZABETH DONNELLY, who survives with 2 sons. Robert L. and Thomas E. Beetem, 2 dau., Mrs. Mary Jane Irwin and Annie Beetem, 5 bro., David, Morris, Richard, Robert and Thomas Beetem, 1 sis., Mrs. Hattie Belle Fink.
BEETEM, Minnie Pearl, 87, died 15 Sep 1969, bur. IOOF Carrollton. Native of Trimble Co., (b. 18 Feb 1882, d/o William Burton and Melissa Stark Hunter.) Lived in Carrollton area 25 years. Surv. by 2 bro., Berry and Grover Hunter.
BELL, Dudley G., 94, Union Grove Com., died 8 Aug 1966, bur. Bell Cem. on Carey Ginn Farm. b. Trimble Co., (15 Feb) 1872 in George's Creek area, s/o William Kerney and Martha Ellen Miles Bell. m. JESSIE VAIL on 29 Mar 1896, they observed their 70th wedding anniversary in Mar. Survived by wife, dau., Mattie Bell and a son Carlos Bell.
BELL, Florence, 85, Hanover, IN, died 8 Aug 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. d/o Darius and Martha Hawkins Stafford, widow of JON BELL. Survived by dau., Mrs. May Nolte, step-dau. ____, step-son, Otto Bell.
BELL, John Richard "Dick," 57, Louisville, KY, d. 29 Oct 1962, bur. IOOF Bedford. W W II veteran, (b. 18 Nov 1904,) Survived by father, William P. Bell, 2 bro., William Lewis and Barrymore Bell, 1 sis., Mrs. Ethel May Raisor. He was a toll collector on the Milton - Madison bridge. (His mother Hallie Law Bell, died 1934.)
BELL, Lucy, 90, R.# 3, Bedford, died 13 Jul 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. Trimble Co. Apr 1877, d/o Jessie J. and Nancy Crafton Jones. m. WILLIAM AMBROSE BELL, 28 Jun 1900.) Surv. by sons, Ralph and John Bell, dau., Viola McNeely, sis., Mrs. Minnie Crafton. Preceded by husband, 4 bro. and 2 sis. Note: Husband died 24 Jun 1947.
BELL, William David, 82, Madison, IN, d. 7 Mar 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Carroll Co., (20 Aug 1882, s/o John A. and Elizabeth McCutchen Bell.) Lived in Trimble Co., a number of years. m. 1918 to Mrs. MINNIE MAE OAKLEY, now deceased. Survived by 2 dau., Mrs. Bernice Law and Mrs. Bertha Garvey, 3 sons, Raymond, Blanton and Russell Bell, 1 bro., Albert Otto Bell, 1 sis. Mrs. Lora Ellen Richmond, step-mother Mrs. Florence Bell, half sis. Mrs. Mae Nolte. Preceded by 2 bro.
BELL, William P., 94, died 28 Aug 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. A dentist in Bedford. (b. 3 Aug 1872, s/o Richard and Mary Riddle Bell.) m. HALLIE LAW, who preceded him. Survived by sons, William Lewis and Barrymore Bell, a dau. Mrs. Walter Raisor.
BELL, William Taylor, infant, interred 9 Sep 1966, IOOF Bedford. s/o Mr. and Mrs. George Bell, Eminence, KY, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Smith.
BERRY, Mary Alice Wright, 78, died 6 Dec 1964, bur. LaGrange Cem. Native of Trimble Co., husband, OSWALD BERRY died last June. Survived by 3 dau., Mrs. Geneva Berry Bailey, Mrs. Norma Berry Bailey and Mrs. Thelma Runion, 1 son, Hubert Berry, 3 sis., Mrs. Connie Thurman, Mrs. Virgie Clifford and Mrs. Emma Waller.
BERRY, Oswald "Pop" 85, died 29 Jun 1964, bur. LaGrange Cem. b. Oldham Co., KY, (23 Feb 1897, s/o Robert and Belle Berry,) lived in Trimble Co. 28 years. m. 15 Jun 1904, MARY ALICE WRIGHT, they operated the White Tavern in Trimble Co. for years. Survived by wife, 3 dau., Mrs. Thelma Runion, Mrs. Norma Bailey and Mrs. Geneva Bailey, 1 son, Hubert Berry. A son, Paul Berry died in 1953.
BIRD, Arlie Leslie, 82, Milton, died 16 Sep 1968, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. (b.16 Dec 1885,) s/o George William and Ida Mosser Bird, a lifetime resident of Trimble Co. Survived by son, Jack Bird, dau., Mrs. Henry Jackson, bro. Charles Bird, 2 sis., Mrs. Clara Poland and Mrs. Inez Wood. Preceded by parents, wife, VERA BIRD, 1 bro., Oscar Bird.
BIRD, Oscar, 80, died 16 Mar 1968, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. (b. 24 Nov 1887.) Survived by wife HAZEL BIRD, sons, William and Gayle Bird, 2 dau., Mrs. Mildred Ridgeway and Mrs. Velma Hatton, 2 bro., Charles and Leslie Bird, 2 sis., Mrs. Clara Poland and Mrs. Inez Wood.
BIRD, Vera,73, R.# 3, Milton, died 21 May 1967, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. Lifelong resident of Trimble Co., (b. 3 Oct 1893, d/o Barney and Florence Hood Holsclaw.) Survived by husband LESLIE BIRD, a son, Jack Bird, dau., Mrs. Bonnie Jackson, a bro. Jack Holsclaw, 2 sis., Mrs. Dorothy Hardesty and Mrs. Gladys Staten.
BISHOP, Warren Chester "Nat," 68, Hardy Com., d. 28 Aug 1960, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Henry Co., KY, (12 Jul 1892,) lived in Trimble Co. since childhood. s/o Butler and Mildred Goodrum Bishop, m. 1917 to DORA LEE SPILLMAN, who survives with 2 dau., Mrs. Joseph Schmidt and Mrs. James E. Griffith, 2 sons, Harold and Herman Gene Bishop, 3 bro., T. J., Sherman and Calvin Bishop, 4 sis., Mrs. Marie Flemming, Mrs. Nora Baxter, Mrs. Elsie Hamilton and Mrs. Rachel Brune, half-sis., Mrs. Mary Hardesty and a half bro., Jim Bishop.
BLACK, Byron Bacon, ca 63, d. 13 Sep 1961, bur. Arlington National Cem. s/o late Henry Clay and Roxie Bell Black. Survived by wife, MABEL MUDD BLACK, dau., Mrs. William Bender, Jr. son, Henry Clay Black. Note: b. 30 Dec 1897 or 1898 as given on school census.
BLACK, Joseph, (ca 54,) Louisville, interred there on 3 Apr 1962. s/o C. L. and Sue Kinchloe Black. b. Antioch com., left Trimble Co. in 1926. Survived by wife MARGARET ANDERSON BLACK, R. F., T. B., W. R. and Albert Black, (they are bro.) 2 sis., Mrs. Willena Thompson and Mrs. Ella Black. Note: b. 9 Feb 1908, date on school census. Note: children of Charlie and Sue on school census, years 1913 and 1918 were, Waverly, Jettie, Tommie, Albert, Robert, Ella, Joe and Willena.
BLACK, Rebecca Ann, 16, died 5 May 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. Becky battled cystic fibrosis for 15 years. A resident of Trimble Co. all her life except 5 years she spent in Yuma, Ariz. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Douglas Black, 1 sis., Allie Black.
BOATWRIGHT, Vannie Lee, 77, Bedford, d. 18 / 25 Jul 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (30 Dec 1887,) s/o James and Josie Hackney Boatwright. Survived by wife CLARA BOATWRIGHT, son, Neilan Boatwright, dau. Mrs. Charles Ellis, 2 sis., Mrs. Maggie Perkinson and Mrs. Chester Perkinson.
BOLDERY, (George) Dave, 85, Milton, d. 27 Dec 1966, bur. Moffett Cem. b. 16 Feb 1881, s/o James and Nancy Scott Boldery, he was a native and lifelong resident of Trimble Co. m. 16 Feb 1910 to VIRGIE SHELTON, (she died 17 Dec 1946.) Survived by sons, Marvin, Hayden and Raymond Boldery, 1 dau., Mrs. Eula May. Preceded by son, Thurman and dau., Corrine.
BOLDERY, John William, Sr., 53, Madison, died 2 Aug 1962, bur. Moffett Cem. (s/o Nathan and Sarah Boldery.) A resident of Ind. for 19 years. Survived by wife, ADA BOLDERY, (m.1 Oct 1937) son, John William, Jr. 2 dau., Mrs. Catherine Persell and Mrs. Nina Buchanan, 2 bro., Elston and Oscar Boldery, sis., Mrs. Hazel Davis.
BOLDERY, Rhonda Sue, 49 days, Hanover, IN, d. 26 Dec 1964, bur. Moffett Cem. b. 7 Nov 1964, d/o Melvin and (Wilma Adams) Boldery, also survived by bro., Wayne and sis., Christy Boldery, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Boldery, great-grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ben Underwood.
BOLDERY, Simmie, 68, Milton, died 8 Apr 1965, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. (b. 18 Apr 1896) Trimble Co., s/o William and Nancy Scott Boldery. Survived by 3 sons, Chester, Howard and Richard Boldery. Preceded by 13 children
BOLDERY, William "Bill," 54, Milton, died 2 Aug 1962, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co., 10 Jul 1908, s/o Nathan and Sarah Boldery. Data from funeral record.
BOOTH, John T., __, died 4 Apr 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. W W II veteran, b. 21 Sep 1925, s/o John and Mae Booth. Data from funeral record.
BOSWELL, John, 89, Milton, died 1 Sep 1961, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co., 22 Mar 1872, m. 1894 to EMMA LEEP, deceased Survived by son Leonard Boswell, 3 dau., Mrs. Virgie Jones, Mrs. Lillie Bayne and Mrs. Edna Harmon.
BOSWELL, Lenard "Bud," 64, died 13 May 1964, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Milton, (4 Aug 1899,) s/o late John Boswell. Survived by son, Kenneth Boswell, 3 sis., Mrs. Egbert Jones, Mrs. Shelley Bayne and Mrs. Ray Harmon., 1 half bro., Glenford Leap.
BRADLEY, Ella N., 89, died 9 Mar 1969, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. Native of Trimble Co., (b. 12 Dec 1879, d/o Butler and Nannie Connell Wood.) Widow of ROBERT BRADLEY, who died in 1949. Surv. by 2 sons, Carroll and Waller Bradley, a sis. Ercell Averitt. Preceded by a son, 2 sis., and 2 bro.
BRADLEY, James Carroll, 68, died 6 Jun 1969, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. b. 12 Aug 1900, Carroll Co., KY, spent his lifetime in Trimble Co. s/o Robert and Ella Wood Bradley. He operated a general-type country store for many years. He was elected to the Kentucky Legislature, 1944 1952 and 1954. m. 13 Sep 1924 to EUNICE M. WRIGHT, who survives with 2 sons, Roger and Richard Bradley, a bro., Waller Bradley.
BRANCH, Grace Ellen, 68, Pendleton, d. 22 Jun 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. Life long resident of Trimble Co., (b. 13 Dec 1898, d/o Alva and Melissa Jeffries Perkinson.) Survived by husband, ALVA BRANCH, 3 sons, Carroll, Russell and Lloyd Branch, 3 bro., Howard, Clyde and Forrest Perkinson, 4 sis., Mrs. Maud Abbott, Mrs. Virgie Abbott, Mrs. Edith Coons and Mrs. Stella Deweese.
BRIERLY, Howard T., 36, Indiana, died 27 Apr 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. Former resident of Trimble Co., a veteran of the Korean War. Survived by wife PATRICIA BRIERLY, 2 dau. Melinda Kay and Patricia Brierly, his mother Mrs. Mary Brierly, 2 bro., Warren and James Brierly, 3 sis., Mrs. Myrl Brierly, Mrs. Minnie Gray and Mrs. Rachel Mosher.
BROAD, Albert C., 88, 21 Jul 1966, bur. Moffett Cem. A Blacksmith in Milton for many years., (b. 30 Aug 1877, s/o Albert and Elizabeth Bowman Broad.) m. FRANCES ACKERMAN, who died 5 years ago. Survived by sons, Bernard C. and Charles Broad, dau., Mrs. Anna Spillman and Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson, a sis., Mrs. Josie Evans.
BROAD, Frances Anna, 75, Milton, died 4 Dec 1960, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Jefferson Co., IN (8 Feb 1885, d/o John and Anna Straub Ackerman.) Lived most of her life in Milton. Survived by husband, ALBERT C. BROAD, 2 dau., Mrs. Elizabeth Robinson and Mrs. William E. Spillman, 2 sons, Bernard C. and Charles L. Broad, 1 bro., John Ackerman and a sis. Elizabeth Dennison.
BRODBECK, Alvin H. 66, Louisville, d. 9 Feb 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. Former Bedford businessman, (Bedford Sweet Shop) (b. 15 Aug 1899, s/o George and Louisa Brodbeck,) lived in Louisville the past 23 years. Survived by wife, KATHERINE AVERITT BRODBECK, 1 dau. Virginia Alvis Wright, 2 sis., Mrs. Ruth Plow and Mrs. Amanda Rich.
BROOKS, Nannie Maude, 82, Indianapolis, d. 24 Apr 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., lived in Indianapolis 60 years. Widow of ALBERT BROOKS, who died in 1960.
BROOKS, Robert Thomas, 85, Wises Landing, died 7 Jul 1968, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. Carroll Co., Ky, 22 Jul 1882.) A resident of Trimble Co. over 60 years. Survived by dau., Mrs. Sylvia Rowlett and Mrs. Leota Kidwell, 1 son, Charlie, 1 bro. Unie Brooks. Note: His wife was MINNIE PARKER JONES BROOKS who died 24 Dec 1945.
BROWN, Lilah Buchanan, 71, died 25 June 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. Trimble Co. 10 Jul 1894) d/o John and Mary Farley Buchanan, m. 1910 to DOW VINCENT BROWN, who died 20 Dec 1951, Survived by 4 dau., Mrs. Udell Gammons, Mrs. P. O. Hanlon, Mrs. Don Tandy and Mrs. Leroy Tingle, 3 sons, Russell, Dow V. and Rev. Cecil Marvin Brown.
BROWN, William Edward, 76, Sligo, died 20 Oct 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. 8 Jul 1893, s/o George Washington and Mary Elizabeth Brown. Married. Data from funeral record.
BROWNING, Linnie Gray, 84, Madison, IN died __ ___ 1963. Burial Springdale Cemetery. a native of Trimble Co. lived in Indiana since 1920. she was the widow of ALLEN G. BROWNING who died Aug 1963. Survivors include a son Sheriff Loyd Browning, 2 daughters, Mrs. Stella Danner and Mrs. Virgie Stethan, a brother Villie Perkinson, a sister Stella Ball, a half-sister Mrs. Florence Culver. Preceded by a daughter Mrs. Effie Oak and a son John.
BUCHANAN, Cora A., 91, died 7 Jan 1961, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Missouri, (2 Apr 1869,) spent most of her life in Trimble Co., d/o Lemuel and Julia Ellen Adams. Survived by half-sis., Mrs. Mattie Hobbs. Preceded by husband, WILLIAM "LITTLE WILL" BUCHANAN, a dau., Mrs. Julia Trout.
BUCHANAN, George E., 90, died 6 Mar 1960, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co., (19 Sep 1869,) s/o James T. and Sallie Ray Buchanan. Wife ELLA BUCHANAN, died 1946. Survived by dau., Mrs. Dale Copeland, 2 sons, J. T. and Roy Buchanan, 2 bro., Frank and Morris Buchanan.
BUHLIG, Mary C., 79, died 1 Apr 1967, bur. Lutheran Cem. in Hunter's Bottom. (b. 19 Feb 1888, d/o Charlie and Louise Meier Walkenhorst.) Native of Germany, came to this country in early childhood, spent the rest of her life in Carroll Co. Survived by 4 sons, Paul, Albert, William and Karl Buhlig, 2 sis., Miss Lena Walkenhorst and Mrs. Katie Lewis. Preceded by husband 28 years ago. (Husband was Paul Buhlig.)
BURKHARDT, Fred C., 86, died 26 Aug 1966, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Germany (15 Nov 1879) near the French border, came to this country at the age of 2 years with his parents, Fred and Josephine Breeding Burkhardt. m. MYRTLE HOLDERFIELD, who died in 1950. Survived by 4 dau., Mrs. Inez Varble, Mrs. Arch Schott, Mrs. C. H. Dudley and Mrs. Ernest Gross, 3 sons, T. E., J. F. and Kenneth W. Burkhardt. Preceded by 3 children
BURROWS, Ceola, 80, died 10 Jul 1960, bur. Bald Hill (Burrows) Cem. b. Trimble Co., d/o Dudley and Mary Branch Kemper, widow of ROLLIE BURROWS, (m. 1900) he died ca 2 years ago. Survived by 3 sons, Herbert L., Roy M. and Ollie J. Burrows, 2 sis., Mrs. Minnie Wright and Rosa Burrows, 1 bro Jess Kemper. Preceded by dau., Mary Etta in 1929.
BURROWS, Charlie Robert, 79, died 11 Nov 1969, bur. Indianapolis, IN. b. Trimble Co. (24 Sep 1890, s/o Robert and Sarah Morgan Burrows.) He had worked in Indianapolis until 2 years ago. He came back to this county after death of wife, STELLA SINGER BURROWS died in 1967. Survived by nieces and nephews.
BURROWS, Rose, 87, Sligo area, died 7 Dec 1960, bur Bald Hill Cem. b. Trimble Co., had lived in Henry Co. for some time. d/o Dudley and Mary Branch Kemper. m. IRA BURROWS, who died 1941. Survived by sons, Jesse, Howard and Hubert Burrows, 1 sis., Mrs. Mabel Wright, 1 bro. James Kemper. Preceded by 1 dau. Mrs. Mabel Shearer and 3 sisters.
BURTON, Johnathan Morton, 87, died 16 Jan 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., 13 Jul 1876,) s/o Fletcher and Mary Whittham Burton, he spent his entire life in Trimble Co. wife, IDA BUCHANAN BURTON died (1943.) Survived by son, Selby Burton, 4 dau., Mrs. John Durand, Mrs. Earl Campbell, Mrs. Burt Brandon and Mrs. Elmer Shoclkey.
BURTON, Ricky Blaine, 18, died 13 Oct 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. Trimble Co., 30 Aug 1948, s/o Selby and Lena Rowlett Burton.) Survived by parents and 8 sis., Mrs. Florence Spry, Mrs. Delma Breedon, Mrs. Ida Smith, Mrs. Reta Brady, Mrs. Judy Grimm, Mrs. Rachel Copeland, Mrs. Stella Goins and Mrs. Brenda Andrew, 2 bro., Martin and Darrell Burton. Preceded by 1 sis.
BUTLER, Brook(e,) 100, died 10 Dec 1962, bur. Moffett Cem. (Mary Brooke Trout d/o John H. and Sarah Abbott Baker m. BEN BUTLER, 6 Nov 1895.) She was 100 years old in June, husband deceased Survived by dau., Mrs. Robert Kipping, step-dau., Mrs. Allie Marson, step-son, William Butler, 2 sis., _______, and Mrs. Mary Asher, 1 bro., Levi Baker. Note: Part of line missing.
BUTLER, John R., 81, Louisville, died 21 Sep 1960, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co., s/o Nancy Jane and Joseph Farley Butler. Survived by wife LEE PARKER BUTLER, 2 dau., Mrs. Bayliss Little and Mrs. George Newby, 3 sons, Charles, Joe S. and M. C. Butler.
BUTLER, Minnie Baskett, 79, died 29 Jan 1967, bur. Moffett Cem. b. (8 Sep 1882) and reared in Trimble Co., only child of Florence Baskett and Benjamin Snyder. m. 28 Jul 1914 to MARK COLLIS BUTLER, who survives with 3 sons Harold, Mark, Jr. and Major General Ben Butler, 2 dau., Mrs. Leroy Munier and Mrs. Maurice Hoffman.
BUTLER, Suda East, 85, died 17 Jan 1969, bur. Moffett Cem. Widow of CHARLES BUTLER a former postmaster of Milton. Mrs. Butler commenced her 30 year teaching career in Milton following the death of her husband in the 1920's. She went to Louisville and became principal of Auburndale Elementary School. Survived by 2 sis., Mrs. Bruce Pheasant and Mrs. Edna Kedigh.
BUTTON, Sylvia V., __, Louisville, d. 28 Nov 1962, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. (8 Oct 1907) Wises Landing in Trimble Co., d/o late Larry and Ora Fix Button. A bro., Ray Button was killed during W.W. I in Europe.
CALLIS, Ballard, 79, Madison, IN, d. 22 Sep 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (17 Nov 1887) s/o Arthur Callis. Survived by son, Ballard Callis, Jr., bro., John and Edgar Callis, sis., Mrs. Russell Wheeler.
CALLIS, Blanch, 81, Indianapolis, died 21 Apr 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., d/o William and Dorcas Hutcherson Sanders. She moved to Indianapolis about 26 years ago. Survived by dau., Letitia Callis Bach, 2 sis., Mackie McClure and Vera Flanagin, 4 bro. Ray, Nolan, Robert and Albert Sanders. Preceded by 1 sis. Pearl Meyers.
CALLIS, Cassandra Julie, 93, Bedford, died 4 Apr 1968, bur. IOOF Bedford. Native of Trimble Co. (b. 3 Mar 1875, d/o John Jeffries.) Survived by 6 sons, Chester, Grover, Ruben, Flournary, Buell and LaMar Callis, 2 dau., Mrs. Mable Wheeler and Mrs. Gertrude Martin, 2 bro., Newton and Homer Jeffries, 1 sis., Mrs. Minnie Richie. Note: Her husband was OTHA or OTHER B. CALLIS.
CALLIS, John Franklin, 82, died 23 May 1968, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 5 Jun 1885.) A retired farmer, he operated a thrashing machine and sawmill here in the county. Survived by son, Lawrence Callis, 1 dau., Mrs. Mayme Taylor, bro., Edgar Callis, a sis. Mrs. Marie Wheeler. Preceded by wife EDITH MANNING CALLIS, a son Arthur, 3 dau. died in infancy, parents, Arthur and Nannie Hughes Callis, 2 bro., Ballard and Chester Callis, 2 sis., Mrs. Betty Lynch and Mrs. Bertha Bell.
CALLIS, John Rodman, 91, died 18 Jan 1962, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. 26 Mar 1870, s/o Addison and Lydia Rouner Callis. He was the last of a family of 10 bro. and 4 sis. One bro., Oatha was a twin. He m. 9 Aug 1893 to ZANTIPPE TOOMBS, who preceded him 53 years ago leaving 5 children The youngest, Howard died in infancy. 4 children survive, Joe, Mrs. Elmo Fisher, Mrs. Henry Wheeler and Mrs. Bill Rader.
CAMPBELL, Nannilee Thixon, 62, died 27 Jan 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. A teacher for years in Trimble and Carroll Co. and in Louisville, KY. (b. 22 Jun 1904,) d/o Judge Lester Wright (and Ida McHuron Wright.) Survived by husband LOUIS CAMPBELL, 2 sons, Kenneth and Henry Campbell, dau., Mrs. Ida Jennings, 2 sis., Mrs. Martha Kinnett and Miss Henrietta Wright, a bro. Lester Wright.
CANADA, Helen, 50, Madison, IN, died 26 Sep 1969, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co., 15 Aug 1919, spent her entire life in the county. d/o Smith Jackson (and the late Lillie Adams Jackson.) Widow of MARVIN CANADA, who died in March. Survived by dau., Mrs. Ruby D. Rowlett, a son Greg Canada, 2 bro., Phillip and Norman Jackson, 3 sis., Mrs. Ruth Brown, Mrs. Rachel Arnett and Mrs. Nellie Watts.
CANADA, Lula, 62, Milton, died 24 Aug 1963, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Carroll Co., (17 Mar 1901, d/o Louis Fisher.) Widow of WALKER CANADA, who died 13 Jan 1953. Survived by children, Lewis Kinsel, Mrs. Mary (Kinsel) Burd, Mrs. Edna Spurlock, Mrs. Selva (Selma Jean) Pulliam, Mrs. Vivian Batt, Mrs. Emily Howell, Eddie and Douglas Canada and Geneva Jones, 1 sis., Virginia Johnson, 2 bro., Elmer and Shirley Fisher, 3 step-children, Mrs. Mary Monroe, Mrs. Louise Banks and Marvin Canada.
CANADA, Marvin W., 54, Madison, died 13 Mar 1969, bur. Moffett Cem. W.W.II veteran, (b. 15 Jan 1915, s/o Walker and Margaret Crittenden Canada.) Native of Trimble Co., a bus driver for the White Star bus lines. Surv. by widow, HELEN JACKSON CANADA, son, Gregory Canada, 1 step-dau., Mrs. Ruby Dale Rowlett, 1 sis., Mrs. Mary A. Monroe, 5 half-sis., Mrs. Selma J. Pulliam, Mrs. Edna K. Spurlock, Mrs. Emily Howell, Mrs. Vivian Bott and Mrs. Geneva Jones, 2 half-bro. Eddie and Douglas Canada. Preceded by sis., Mrs. Louise Banks.
CANADA, Richard Lee, 22, died 29 Jul 1960, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Milton, KY, 28 Sep 1937, s/o Walker and Lula Fisher Canada, father deceased He served 4 years in the Navy. Survived by mother, 8 sis., Mrs. Geneva Jones, Mrs. Emily Howell, Mrs. John Bott, Mrs. Ralph Monroe, Mrs. Louise Banks, Mrs. Roy Spurlock, Mrs. William Pullam and Mrs. Mary Charlotte Burd, 4 bro., Douglas Wayne, Eddie, Marvin and Louis Kinsel Canada.
CANTRELL, John C., Sr., 92, died 11/18 Nov 1968, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 24 Aug 1876, s/o Joseph Cantrell.) Native of Smithville, Tenn. Lived the last 40 years in Bedford. KY. Survived by widow, EMMA CANTRELL, 2 sons, J. C. and Samuel Cantrell.
CARDER, Gilbert, 49, died 14 Nov 1963, bur. Campbellsburg Cem. W.W. II veteran, b. Trimble Co., 4 Oct 1914, s/o Tice and Bessie Carder. Data from funeral record.
CARDER, Samuel B., 79, Milton, died 31 Mar 1962, bur. Moffett Cem. Native of Monroe Co., KY, spent most of his life in Milton. (b. 16 Dec 1882,) s/o Samuel and Nancy Frazier Carder. Wife, HILARY BAYNE CARDER survives with 2 sons, Glenford and Darrell Carder, a dau., Mrs. Gladys Henderson, 1 bro., Tice Carder.
CARLISLE, Frederick Vernon, 72, Sulphur, died 10 Dec 1968, bur. IOOF Carrollton. b. Carroll Co., (5 Jul 1896, s/o Sam? and Mecia Dunn Carlisle.) He had lived several years in Trimble Co. Survived by widow, MAUDE CARLISLE, 1 dau., Mrs. Webb Dunn, stepson, Warren Githerman, 1 bro. Carroll Carlisle, a sis. Mrs. Anna Pyles.
CARR, Mattie, 86, Bedford, died 17 Nov 1963, bur. Worthville, KY. b. Franklin Co., KY, 16 Feb 1877, d/o James and Sarah Taylor Carr. Single. Data from funeral record.
CARSON, Clark, 67, Indianapolis, died 6 Nov 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. W W I veteran, b. Bedford, (s/o George W. and Lugena Carson) lived Indianapolis for 25 years. Survived by wife VALLIE B. CARSON, a son George A. Carson.
CARSON, Frank, 92, Bedford, died 20 Oct 1962, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (20 Apr 1870, s/o John and Sarah Belle Hackney Carson.) One of a family of 13 children Survived by sis., Mrs. Carrie Perkinson, 2 bro., Bert and George Carson.
CARSON, George, 91, Rushville, IN, died 8 Dec 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. s/o John Carson, lived most of his life in Trimble Co., moving to Rushville, IN 5 years ago. Survived by wife DORA CARSON, son, Clark Carson. bro., Bert Carson, sis., Mrs. Carrie Perkinson. He was from a family of 13 children
CARSON, Jennie, 83, Indianapolis, IN, died 9 Feb 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. Surv. by dau., Mrs. Vallie Carson, Mrs. Ethel Brown, Mrs. Geneva Berkenstock and Mrs. Mary V. Piersall (Persell,) 1 son, Wilbur T. Carson, bro., John Handlon. Note: Jennie Handlon m. in 1901 to JAMES CARSON, 1 of 13 children b. to John and Sarah Belle Hackney Carson.
CARSON, John C., 41, Carmel Com., d. 12 May 1963, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. Lived in county all his life, s/o Clarence and Clara Hackney Carson. Survived by 2 bro., Hubert and George Carson, 3 sis. Norma Rae Carson, Mrs. Clarence Temple and Mrs. Linnie Beryl Estes.
CARSON, Lottie D., 73, died 7 Nov 1967, bur Rexville, IN. b. (19 May 1894, d/o Charles and Idea Jenkins Handlon.) Reared in Trimble Co., she later moved to Indiana, returned to Trimble Co. 4 years ago. Survived by husband BERT L. CARSON, 2 sons, Rubie and Willard Carson, dau., Mrs. Pearl Burner, half-bro., Vernon Hackney and a half sis. Mrs. Minnie Boswell.
CARSON, Naomi, 61, Madison, IN, died 22 Apr 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Greenup, Co., KY, spent most of her life in Trimble Co. Preceded by her husband, FRANK K. CARSON. Survived by dau., Mrs. Marjorie Bennett, 3 sis., Mrs. Eliza Williams, Mrs. Dora Roberts and Mrs. Bertha Boso, 4 bro., Walter, Ellis, Edward and Shirley Meadows.
CARSON, William Joseph, 80, Wises Landing, d. 30 Apr 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Oldham Co., KY, s/o Duke and Anna Smiser Carson. Survived by a niece Mrs. John Pickins. Preceded by a bro. Claude Carson and a sis. Mrs. Daisy Carson Fisher.
CARTER, Betty, 68, died 25 Jun 1968, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., d/o Dan Leatherman and Je____ Humble. Data from funeral record. Note: Betty married C. D. CARTER, 24 Dec 1912.
CARTER, C. William, 55, Carrollton, KY, died 5 Dec 1968, bur. there. b. Trimble Co., 17 Oct 1913, s/o Sim and Jessie Carter, widowed. Data taken from funeral record.
CARTER, Eleanor Belle, 43, Milton, KY, d. 24 Jan 1960, bur. IOOF Carrollton. b. 8 Mar 1917, d/o Ira and Lena Lindsey Ford. Data from funeral record.
CARTER, Myrtle A., 56, Braytown, IN, died 26 Jan 1966, bur. Vevay, IN. a resident of Switzerland Co., IN the past 25 years, she was a native of Trimble Co. Survived by husband, SIDNEY CARTER, son, Albert Carter, 3 dau. Mrs. Alma Jean Raynes, Mrs. Loretta Kirkendall and Miss Wilma Carter, 3 bro., Earl, Forrest and Harold Harmon, 5 sis., Mrs. Gertrude Banta, Mrs. Mabel Reed, Mrs. Mary Cummings, Mrs. Dorothy Leatherbury and Miss Josephine Harmon.
CARTER, Porter, 59, Madison, died 28 Sep 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. Native of Trimble Co. Survived by widow, ELIZABETH CARTER, his mother, Mrs. Maude Webster Carter, 2 bro., Robert amd Sidney Carter.
CARTER, Robert Churchill "Bobby," 24, died 18 Dec 1962, bur. Mahoney burying ground. (b. Trimble Co., 2 Aug 1938, s/o Robert and Violet Mahoney Carter, Sr..) Survived by parents, bro. and sis., Harold, Donald, Paul, Rita, Joyce, Patsy, David, Carolyn and Roy Carter.
CAYTON, Grace T., 73, Indiana, died 20 May 1965, bur. IOOF Carrollton. (b. Jassamine Co., KY, 21 Mar 1892,) she had spent most of her life in Carroll and Trimble Co. Survived by son, Joe F. Cayton.
CHAILLE, Nannie Wood, 88, died 8 Nov 1964, bur. Pleasureville, KY. b. Trimble Co. (3 Apr 1876 d/o Zack and Ella Waller.) Survived by husband, LEE CHAILLE, Sr., 4 sons, Gilbert, Raymond, Lyle and Chester Wood, dau., Mrs. Louise Wimberly. Prec. by son, Elmo and dau., Ruth.
CHANDLER, B. M., 94, Milton, died 31 Oct 1966, bur. Moffett Cem. (Benjamin "Bim" M., b. 14 Feb 1872,) life long resident of Trimble Co., s/o Moses and Abagail Barnhardt Chandler. Survived by wife, CARRIE (FOX) Chandler, 4 children, Mrs. Gertrude Horton, Mrs. Zada Jones, Mrs. Katherine Rogers and Raymond Chandler. Preceded by son Claude Chandler, who gave his life in W.W.I
CHANDLER, Carrie Bell, 92, died 6 Jan 1967, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co., d/o Jerry and Catherine Odem Fox. m. BENJAMIN CHANDLER who died 31 Oct 1966, they were married over 71 years. Survived by dau. Mrs. Charles Jones and Mrs. Hobert Horton, a son, Raymond Chandler. Preceded by a dau., Mrs. Catherine Rogers on 24 Nov, a son, Claude Chandler was killed during W.W.I
CHANDLER, Mary Demaree, 85, died 23 Feb 1963, (IOOF Bedford ?) Lifetime resident of Trimble Co., (27 Aug 1877) d/o W. A. (and Sarah Eddington) Demaree. Survived by dau., Mrs. Georgia Nellie Cobb, 4 sons, Robert Bruce, Arthur Baud, Frank and John Chandler, 1 bro., John Demaree. Preceded by husband, G. M. CHANDLER. (GEORGE MARSHALL CHANDLER, d. 8 Feb 1941, bur. Bedford.)
CHANDLER, Samuel D., 85, died 21 May 1960, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. 27 May 1874. Data from funeral record. (FLORA DAVIS m. Sam Chandler 8 Nov 1903. She died 17 Nov 1915, their children, Freda Cecil, Blanche Thelma, Sylvia Helen and Samuel Raymond Chandler. His 2nd m. to GEORGIA BELL MERSHALL.)
CHAPPEL, James Harrison, 74, Bedford area, died 11 Nov 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. (2 Mar 1889,) Breckenridge Co., KY, W.W.I veteran, s/o William Henry and Amy Baxter Chappel, m. 24 Dec 1919 to AMY McDOWELL, who survives. 3 children, Mrs. William J. Wilson, Alva L. and Luther Chappel, 2 sis., Mrs. Mary McDowell and Mrs. Amy Kelly. Preceded by 2 bro. William Isaac and Alva Chappel, a sis. Istella. (Estella?)
CHAPPEL, Luther Malcomb, 34, died 19 Jun 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. Killed in the Vietnam War. Survives by wife, VIOLET NEVILL CHAPPEL, dau., Charlene, age 8 and Debra, age 4, his mother, Amy Isabelle Chappel, a bro. Alva Chappel.
CHILTON, Alvin Allen, 82, Providence, d. 16 Jun 1966, bur. Campbellsburg, KY. s/o James and Cassie Sams Chilton, the last of 6 children. Survived by wife NETTIE DUNAWAY CHILTON, 2 sons, Lloyd and Paul Chilton.
CLEM, Charles B., (Buchanan) 82, died 21 Dec 1962, bur. Moffett Cem. b. 8/9 May 1880 in Trimble Co. s/o Lula Welty and James Buchanan Clem. He lived all his life around the Union Grove com. m. 23 Oct 1910 to KATIE VARBLE, who survives with 3 children, J. C., Sheriff Curtis Clem and Mrs. Bonnie Henderson, 2 bro. Joe and Homer Clem, 2 sis., Mrs. Robert (Ruth) Kendall and Mrs. Clarence (Beulah) Harmon. Preceded by 2 sis.
CLEM, Charles Curtis, 54, died 5 Jun 1968, bur. Moffett Cem. W.W.II veteran, (b. Trimble Co., 7 Sep 1913, s/o Charles B. and Katie Varbel Clem.) Sheriff of Trimble Co. from 1962 - 1966. m. 11 Dec 1938 to DORIS STOCKDALE, surv. by mother, sis. Mrs. Bonnie Henderson and a bro. J. C. Clem.
CLEM, Homer, 84, Carrollton, KY, d. 20 Dec 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. (Jesse Homer) b. and reared in the Palmyra Com. m. HALLIE HUMBLE, after her death, m. 2nd to FRANCES JOHNSON, she died (1959.) Survived by son, Joe Paul Clem, a dau. Mrs. Frances Pyles, a bro. Joe Clem, a sis. Mrs. Robert Kendall. Preceded by son Ralph, 3 sis. and 1 bro.
CLEM, Joe Ernest, 76, R.2, Bedford died 3 Oct 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. W.W.I veteran, b. Trimble Co., (9 Apr 1893, s/o J. B. and Lula Welty Clem.) Lived all his life in the Union Grove Com. Survived by wife SADA HARMON CLEM, 2 dau. Debra Jo Clem and Mrs. Charlotte Ellison, 2 sons, J. B. and Gifford Clem, sis., Mrs. Ruth Kendall. Preceded by 2 bro. and 3 sis. Note: Gifford Clem was a son from his 1st m. to JOSIE FULTON. Debra Jo is a dau. of J. B. Clem and reared by Joe and Sada Clem.
CLEM, Maurice Curran, 49, died 31 Mar 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (30 Nov 1914.) Survived by wife, DOROTHY SWISHER CLEM, m. 1942, 1 son, Curran Clem, a dau. Mrs. Judy Shipley, his parents, R. E. and Rea Curran Clem.
CLEM, Robert B., 67, Louisville, d. 28 Nov 1968, bur. Louisville, KY. Native of Bedford, the principal of Shawnee High School in Louisville. since 1930. Survived by wife KATHERINE KOELLNER CLEM, 1 dau., Mrs. Charles Clark, 3 sons, Bro. Lawrence Clem, A. B. and Robert B. Clem, Jr., 3 sis., Mrs. Allie Webb, Mrs. Ethel C. Spillman and Mrs. Lena Neblett.
CLEM, Ruby Elmer, 76, Bedford, died 18 Apr 1968, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., 23 Aug 1891, s/o A. B. and Letitia Clem. Data from funeral record.
CLIFFORD, A. T., 93, Patton's Creek, Oldham C., died 1 Jun 1962, bur. IOOF Bedford. Native of Trimble Co. Survived by wife, JANE HUFF CLIFFORD, a dau. Mrs. Mabel Fendley.
CLIFFORD, Mary Jane Huff, 80, died 27 Oct 1965, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co. (15 Jan 1885,) d/o John and Rachel Sharp Huff. m. to ALONZO CLIFFORD, who died several years ago. Survived by step-dau., Mrs. Mabel Fendley. Preceded by 2 bro., 2 sis. and 1 step
CLIFFORD, Maude, __, Louisville, died 21 Oct 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., d/o George and Fannie Fix Seaver. m. CHARLIE CLIFFORD, who died 1931. Survived by dau., Mrs. Ruth Branch, 2 sons, Bentley and Carroll Clifford. Preceded by 2 sis., Mary Mount and Fanny Ogle, half-sis, Ruth Seaver, 5 half bro., Charlie, Arthur, Dewey, Jesse and Paul Seaver. Note: Dates on her stone, 1875 - 1963. age ca 88.
COFFIN, Lafe P., 84, Milton, died 6 Mar 1965, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co., 1 Oct 1880, spent his entire life in Milton Com., (s/o George and Edna Kennedy Coffin.) Survivrd by wife MARIE COFFIN, 3 dau., Mrs. Alene Wade, Mrs. Bessie Roseberry and Mrs. Vera Brooks, a son, Robert Coffin, 7 step-children, Ruby Lee, David, Mildred, Joe, Jimmy, Walter and Charles Sams. half-bro., Charlie Coffin and a half-sis. Mrs. Estella Eubanks. (1st wife was CATHERINE SMITHA, d. 1945.)
COGHILL, Grace Margaret, 71, died 11 Sep 1968, bur. Moffett Cem. Life time resident of Trimble Co., (b. 10 Jun 1897.) Survived by dau., Miss Nettie Adams, 3 step-dau., Mrs. Myrtle Chatham, Mrs. Hazel Thompson and Miss Edna Coghill, 1 sis. Mrs. Marie Hull. Preceded by husband, VICTOR COGHILL, her parents, Frank and Nettie Jackson Green, 2 children, Tommy Adams and Grace Coghill, 1 bro. and a sis.
COGHILL, Lawrence Joseph, 17, Michigan, died 22 Dec 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Atlanta, GA. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Coghill of Atlanta. His father is a native of Trimble Co.
COGHILL, Victor, 79, Milton, d. 7 or 8 Dec 1961, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. Native of Carroll Co., (b. 17 Jun 1882,) s/o John and Sarah Diarmit Coghill. m. IDA LITER, she deceased m. 2nd to GRACE GREEN ADAMS, who survives, 3 dau., Edna Coghill, Mrs. Myrtle Chatham and Mrs. Hazel Thompson, 1 step-dau., Nettie Adams.
COLBERT, Audie, 71, East of Bedford, died 24 Jan 1961, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., s/o Lafayette and Motie Stanley Colbert. m. 6 Mar 1912 to GEORGIA WRIGHT, who survives with 3 dau., Mrs. Dallas Simmons, Mrs. Hubert Ball and Mrs. Jack Bird, 3 sons, Darrell, Herbert and Merchant Colbert, 1 sis., Mrs. Edgar Bennett, 1 bro., Cleveland Colbert. Preceded by bro., Elbridge and Orville Colbert.
COLBERT, Field, 75, Bedford, died 21 Sep 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. Trimble Co., 12 May 1889, s/o Steve and Hannah Wright Colbert.) Survived by 2 dau., Mrs. Helen Smith and Mrs. Ethel Gividen, 1 son, Norvel Colbert, 2 sis. Mrs. Lena Pyles and Mrs. Nellie Harmon. Note: His wife, STELLA BELL TAYLOR, d/o James Taylor died 29 Nov 1959.
CONARD, Charles, 78, died 23/24 Feb 1962, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Hart Co., KY, (17 Sep 1883) lived in Trimble Co. since 1911, (s/o Edward and Rosanna Jones Conard.) m. SALLY MEREDITH, who died 1943, m. 2nd to ALLIE ALDRIDGE, she died 5 years ago. 3rd m. to EVA DRURY, who survives. Also 3 children from 1st union, Jake Conard, Mrs. Mary Jane McPherron and Mrs. Addie Lee McDole, 1 half-sis. Mrs. Clara Foster. Preceded by 5 children
CONN, Fay, 66, Milton, died 9 Jun 1966, bur. Moffett Cem. (b. 6 Feb 1900) Trimble Co., d/o John and Georgia Conner Heveline. m. 22 Jun 1918 to Roy B. Conn, (he died 1948.) Survived by son, John W. "Buddy" Conn, a dau. Mrs. Gayle Eaglin, 3 sis. Mrs. Bertha Persell, Mrs Hurley Alexander and Mrs. Monroe Purvis, 1 bro. George Heveline. Preceded by a bro. Frank Heveline.
CONN, Jesse C., 83, Prospect, died 31 Jan 1962, bur. IOOF Bedford. Native of Trimble Co.,b. 5 Dec 1878, s/o William and Mary Ann Blackerby Conn. Survived by 2 sons and 2 dau.
CONN, William L., 71, died 18 Mar 1967, at Pendleton, KY, bur. Sligo Cem. W W I veteran, b. Trimble Co., s/o Meleetus and Catherine Craig Conn. Survived by wife, LUCY BATTS JEFFRIES CONN, 2 dau., Mrs. Gayle (Lendora) Gregory and Mrs. Phillip (Nina) Wright, 1 son, John Conn, 2 step-dau., 4 sis., Mrs. Adaline Hoagland, Mrs. William Duggins, Mrs. Mabel Green and Mrs. Nettie Stanley, 1 bro., Elmer Conn.
CONNER, Ruffner Lyle, 92, Mt. Pleasant Com., d. 19 Jan 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 24 May 1871) Rock Bridge Co., VA, (s/o James and Sarah Conner.) He had spent most of his life in Trimble Co. Survived by 2 dau., Mrs. Lila McClure and Mrs. Lela Barringer, 4 sons, Archie, Sam, Noble and Delphine Conner.
CONSLEY, Malissa Deanne, 4 mo, died 10 Apr 1965, (bur. Moffett Cem. b. 17 Dec 1964.) Survived by parents, Vernon C. and Vivian Tingle Consley, a bro. Stanley Carroll Consley, age 4 years, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Tingle and Mr. and Mrs. Wood Consley.
COOK, Charles B., 74, died 19 Jul 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. W.W.I veteran, b. Trimble Co. (26 Jul 1895,) s/o (George) Homer and Molly (Mary Lee) Gillis Cook. Survived by sis., Mrs. Pauline Edwards. Preceded by wife MAYO HANCOCK COOK.
COOK, Mayo, 71, Bedford, died 28 Mar 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Bedford 8 Aug 1895, d/o Claude C. and "Tommy" Greenwood Hancock. She taught for many years in the Trimble Co. schools. m. 11 Jan 1923 to CHARLES B. COOK, who survives.
CORLEY, Flossie Ota, 68, Hickory Grove, died 15 May 1960, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 12 Mar 1892,) native of. Trimble Co., d/o William Dailey, now 91 years old, her mother was Sarah Staples. Survived by dau., Mrs. Norma Kendall, a son, Wilda Corley. Husband, NORVA CORLEY, died (9 Jan 1956.)
CORLEY, Wilda Carroll, 51, Trimble Co., d. 30 Dec 1961, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., 11 Sep 1911, s/o Norvin and Flossie Corley. Data from funeral record.
COURTNEY, Pearl Banks, 81, Bedford, died 22 Feb 1967, bur. IOOF Carrollton. b. Carroll Co., KY (13 Dec 1885,) d/o Daniel and Mattie Thompson Banks. Survived by 1 son, Thurman Courtney, 3 sis., Mrs. Mabel Searcy, Mrs. Ina Combs and Mrs. Nell Ball. Preceded by husband, WILLIAM COURTNEY in 1954, 2 bro. and 2 sis.
CRAFTON, Lee, 94, Milton, died 24 Apr 1963, bur. Moffett Cem. (Fieldon Lee b. 13 Dec 1868, s/o Isaac and Georgeann Taylor Crafton.) b. Carroll Co., lived most of his life in Trimble Co. Survived by 3 dau., Mrs. Jennie C. Jones, Mrs. Elva Brown and Mrs. Russell Banks, sons, Wilbur and William Crafton, 1 sis., Mrs. Major Jones.
CRAFTON, Sanders "Joe" 51, Corn Creek, died 23 Jan 1961, bur. Moffett Cem. s/o Lee and Anna (Amy) Scott Crafton, b. Trimble Co. 14 Oct 1909. Survived by his father, Lee Crafton, 3 sis., Mrs. Jenny C. Jones, Mrs. Elva Brown and Mrs. Russell Banks, 2 bro., William and Wilbur Crafton.
CRAFTON, Wilbur C., 69, Milton, died 27 Jul 1968, bur. Moffett Cem. Lifelong resident of Trimble Co., s/o Lee and Amy Scott Crafton. Survived by widow, LAURA CRAFTON, 3 sons, Verda, Payne and Wayne Crafton, 4 dau., Mrs. Doris Jones, Mrs. Judy Briddle, Mrs. Barbara Gosman and Mrs. Fern Barnes, 1 bro., William Crafton, 3 sis. Mrs. Jenny Jones, Mrs. Elva Brown and Mrs. Roberta Banks. Preceded by a bro. Joe Crafton.
CRAIG, Glendon, 42, died 20 Jul 1968, bur. Sulphur Cem. b. Trimble Co., 18 May 1926 to Hurley and Marjorie Louise Kendall Craig. Data from funeral record.
CRAIG, John Addison (Babe,) 81, died 14 Apr 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. A retired fruit grower, b. Trimble Co., (4 Oct 1884,) s/o Logan and Lucy Callis Craig. Survived by wife LAURA WRIGHT CRAIG, 1 dau., Mrs. Sylvia Clifford, a foster dau. Mrs. Jo Ann Hoskins, whom they reared from age 9 years, 2 sis., Mrs. Hallie Davis and Mrs. Lelah Martin, 2 bro., Shirley and Serber Craig.
CRAIG, Roy Verni, 73, Madison, died 20 Apr 1969, bur. IOOF Carrollton. W W I veteran, (b. 2 Apr 1896, s/o George and Gertrude Taylor Craig.) Survived by 2 dau., Mrs. Jewell Taylor and Mrs. Joy Crocker. Preceded by wife BERNICE MILES CRAIG, a son, Bill Craig killed in service.
CRAIG, Russell Lee, 60, died 24 Oct 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., s/o James Henry and (Edmonia Garrett) Craig. Survived by wife HILDRED BEACRAFT CRAIG, children, Larry Russell, James Henry, Ronnie Lee and Darlene Faye, stepchildren, Linda McIntire, Mrs. Barbara Hohn, Wanda Rowlett, Louis Tommy Maddox and J. W. Maddox, 2 sis., Mrs. Bertha McManis and Mrs. Cordie Shepherd, a bro. Walter Craig.
CULL, Oscar, ca 83, died 1968, Owen Co., KY, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. 1885 Try to find. (s/o John T. and Susie P. Cull, married LULA PEARL ABBOTT, she died 16 May 1992 aged 101.)
CUTSHAW, Harry, 52, Bedford, died 2 Dec 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. Trimble Co., 12 Mar 1912, s/o Dow Cutshaw.) Survived by wife MARGARET CUTSHAW, a son Steven, a dau. Susan Cutshaw, sis., Mrs. Georgia Meldrum, Mrs. Jewell Pickett, Mrs. Ruth Williams and Mrs. Ursa Moore, a bro. John Cutshaw. A bro. Howard, deceased
CUTSHAW, Howard Ray, 60, Bedford, died 22 Jan 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. He was 60 years old on Nov 30, b. (1902,) reared in Trimble Co. s/o D. B. and Jessie Gatewood Cutshaw. Survived by wife, HELEN BARNES CUTSHAW, sons, Paul and Gene Cutshaw, 4 sis., Mrs. Gordon Meldrum, Mrs. C. A. Moore, Mrs. Carl Williamson and Mrs. James Pickett, 2 bro., Harry and John Cutshaw.
CUTSHAW, John Edward, 51, Bedford, d. 18 Sep 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. W W 2 veteran, s/o Dow and Jessie Gatewood Cutshaw, b. Trimble Co. (14 Oct 1914.) Survived by dau., Linda Cutshaw, 4 sis., Mrs. Gordon Meldrum, Mrs. Charles Moore, Mrs. James Pickett and Mrs. Carl Williamson. Preceded by his wife PAULINE WISE CUTSHAW, 2 bro., Harry and Howard Cutshaw.
CUTSHAW, Joseph Clarence, 77, died 15 Feb 1966, Washington, DC, bur. there. Eldest s/o S. Y. and Elsie Cutshaw. Survived by wife, KAY A. CUTSHAW, a sis. Vera Garriott, and (bro.?) Chan Cutshaw.
CUTSHAW, Pauline, 47, died 15 / 16 May 1962, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. Trimble Co., 29 Jan 1915.) Survived by parents, Lewis (and Ramie Rowlett) Wise. Husband, JOHN CUTSHAW, m. 1938, a dau. Linda Ruth Cutshaw, sis., Mrs. Thelma Wood, 5 bro., Richard, Wilson, Leebert, Kenneth and Edward Wise.