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

DAILY, Bert, 69, Carrollton died 22 Feb 1944, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 29 Nov 1874, (s/o John and Mildred Wheeler Daily.) m. STELLA RALSTON, who surv. with 2 ch. Mrs. Jack Duncan and Mrs. Charlie Wood, sis. Mrs. Pearl Staples, bro. Will Daily.

DAIRMIT, Alpheus, 82, Milton, KY died 14 Feb 1942, bur. Long Cem. Services at Union Grove, life res. of state. Data from funeral record.

DARNELL, George, 58, Milton, KY died 22 Jul 1943, buried (Middletown, OH,) Survived by wife, ARLIE DARNELL, ch. Frances, William, Henry L. Darnell, Mrs. Dendit Justice and Mrs. William Corbin.

DAUGHERTY, Mrs. Alpheus, 27, Wise's Landing died 28 Jan 1929, buried Macedonia Cemetery. The former Miss Adams, 4 children: Dallis, LeRoy, Jesse and Elma Jean. Note: Her name was Ada Irene, wife of ALPHEUS DANIEL "Jack" DAUGHERTY, 1898?1981.

DAUGHERTY, J. Henry, 81, died 3 May 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 3 Nov 1863, remained in county all his life, s/o late Hannibal and Susan Pierce Daugherty, m. 18 Sep 1891 to EVA LATTY, who surv., 4 sons Lyter, who died while serving in the Panama Canal Zone 3 yrs ago. Living are Herman, John and Fred Daugherty.

DAUGHERTY, Lyter Conn, 48, Colen, Panama Canal Zone died 12 Mar 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford s/o Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Daugherty who live on Little Kentucky River, b. 24 Dec 1893 on Boone Garriott farm, m. LUCILLE SHERMAN, 2 children Louise and George Daugherty, 2nd m. to MARY FOLINCO, no ch., he leaves the above mentioned and 3 brothers John, Fred and Herman Daugherty. He left Trimble Co. about 27 year ago.

DAVIS, Beulah, 18, North of Bedford died 17 Apr 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Davis, bro., and sis. are: Blanche, Flora, Theola, Leona, Hubert, Paul, Bertha, Amanuel, Jr. and Lucy Davis. 1 bro., dec'd.

DAVIS, James William, 63, Wise's Landing died 18 Jan 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, m. 3 Dec 1906 to MISS HATTIE KENT. Survived by wife and 7 of their 8 ch., Mrs. Robert Dunlap, J. W. Jr., Eugene, Wanda, Earl and Mary Frances Davis.

DAVIS, Laura Ellen, 73, died 24 Sep 1944, bur. Spillman burial ground. b. 11 Sep 1871, d/o William T. and Katherin Cull Spillman. Data from funeral record.

DAVIS, William J., 54, died 21 Mar 1943, bur. ______ Hill. b. 8 Mar 1889, s/o John R. and Rhoda Anderson Davis. Data from funeral record.

DAWKINS, Bettie Staten, 83, Sulphur died 26 Jan 1937, buried Campbellsburg, born at the Reno place below Ewingford, 3 Aug 1853, m. to GEORGE W. DAWKINS, 19 Oct 1871 , he died 10 years ago. 4 children, 3 survive, Mrs. I. B. Orem, Mrs. L. E. Morris, Mrs. Pearl Coblin, a son died in infancy, 1 brother, Joe T. Staten age 91 of near Bagdad, Shelby Co., KY.

DAY, Louise, 59 died 20 Apr 1944, buried Moffett Cem., lifelong resident of Trimble Co. (b. 23 Jun 1884, d/o Thomas and Mattie Farley,) survived by dau. Mrs. Thelma Hunger, a son, Cpl. Frank D. Day.

DEAN, Charles A., 83, 42 East of Bedford died 10 Jul 1938, buried Sligo, b. 7 Aug 1855, m. BARBARA ANN BLACKERBY, now dec'd. Survived by 6 children, Mrs. Daisy Scobee, Mrs. George Wheeler, Mrs. Lambert Gilbert, W. H., Fielden R. and James J. Dean.

DEAN, James P., 70, died 28 Nov 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, survived by sons, Lewis, Roy and James R. Dean, 1 dau. Mrs. Edna M. Birchles.

DEAN, Miss Mamie, 48, Trimble Co. In paper of 7 Mar 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 10 Jun 1880 3 sisters, Mrs. Kate Ingram, Mrs. E. L. Barnes, Mrs. Fisher Leach, 1 brother, John Brewer, Jr. and step?father John Brewer, Sr.

DEMAREE, D. M., (Dora M.,) 60 died 20 Jun 1940, bur. Campbellsburg Cem., b. 12 May 1880 s/o late Samuel and Mary Demaree, last of a family of 11 children all born and reared in Providence community, m. 29 Dec 1904 to ALLIE GARRIOTT who survives.

DEMAREE, Sarah Ellen Edrington, 90, Calera, Okla. died 18 Sep 1936, buried there. Born 18 Oct 1845, Turner's Station, Henry Co., m. WILLIAM ALLEN DEMAREE now deceased, 5 ch., all living. Mr. and Mrs. Demaree lived near and operated the Demaree Water Mill on Little Kentucky, near where W. W. Logan now resides, leaving this area in February 1914.

DEMOSS, Minnie O'Brien, 73, died 18 Aug 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Oldham Co. 22 May 1873, d/o John and Martha Law O'Brien, m. JAMES R. HARLEY, 1 dau. Naomi Harley Cronley, m. 2nd Apr 1919 to ABRAHAM DEMOSS of Winamac, IN. Survived by husband, daughter. Preceded by sis. Mollie Callis, Henrietta Morgan and Sammie Pierce, bro. George O'Brien.

DENNISON, N. G., 73, Milton, KY died 5 Jul 1937, buried Springdale Cem. b. 13 Jun 1864, Clearmont, OH, an attorney in Bedford for years, m. 27 Nov 1936 to LIZZIE ACKERMAN of Milton, KY, survived by widow, 1 sister, Miss Florence Dennison, 6 brothers, Millard, Harry, Frank, Eugene, Garfield and Oliver Dennison all of Ohio.

DETMER, Andy, 74, Rising Sun, IN died 3 Mar 1949, buried there, b. Rising Sun, 20 Apr 1874, s/o late Charles and Henrietta Henson Detmer, moved to Trimble Co., when 17 yrs old. He served as President of Farmers Bank of Milton for 10 years. He returned to his boyhood home in 1947. Andy m. on 8 Feb 1900 to EMMA SACHLEBEN who surv. with 3 daughters Mrs. Carl Schiller, Mrs. Harvey Smith and Mrs. Oren Siekman, 3 sons Charlie, William and Rev. Edwin Detmer, Jr., 3 sis. Mrs. Earn Monroe, Mrs. Ed Sachleben and Martha Detmer, a bro. John Detmer.

DETMER, Miss Florence, 26, Madison, IN died 20 Oct 1947, buried Moffett Cem., b. 5 Jun 1921, d/o Mrs. Louise Detmer and late Lewis Detmer, spent most of her life in Trimble Co., living in Madison since March. Survived by mother, a brother Lewis Detmer of New Albany, IN.

DETMER, Ernest Louis, 62, died 8 May 1945, buried Moffett Cem., b. Carroll Co. 29 Dec 1882, s/o Fred Detmer and late Kate Sachleben Detmer, parents born Germany. At age 31, m. LOUISE THIEMAN who surv. with 2 children, dau. Florence and son Louis Frederick Detmer, 4 brothers John, Charles, Walter and Paul Detmer, 5 sisters Mrs. Margaret Thieman, Mrs. Andy Titkemeyer, Mrs. Frank Thieman, Mrs. Martha Titkemeyer and Mrs. Carl Raker. His mother Kate Detmer died 5 years ago.

DEVINE, John M. __, Kansas City, MO died 27 Dec 1927, buried there ??, wife dec'd. the former Miss MOLLIE JONES, of Milton, KY.

DEVINE, Otis, (ca 37,) near Carrollton died 31 Aug 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, W.W.I veteran. Survived by wife, 1 son, James about 3 yrs old, 2 brothers, Ralph and Noble Devine.

DEVINE, William, 69 yrs, 11 mo. 24 d, near Ewingford died 7 Jan 1933, buried IOOF Bedford m. Miss CORA PITTMAN, who survives, 6 children: Mrs. Lennie Tague, Mrs. Lem Goode, Sarah, William, Jr., Jack and Dallas, 1 sister, Mrs. Nannie Callis. (William was s/o Nathan "Bud" and Bettie F. Devine.)

DICKERSON, Gracie, (under 1 year) died 19 Mar 1943 in Trimble Co. A resident of Michigan. Data from funeral record.

DOLBY, Betty McKay, 88, died 16 Nov 1947, buried Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co. 28 Jan 1859, d/o late George and Mary Ann McKay, m. GEORGE DOLBY, 2 ch. Luther Dolby and Mrs. Otis (Rena D.) Stockdale. Lived with dau., 27 yrs.

DOLBY, Harlan, 32, Gasville, KY died 20 Mar 1938, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. and reared in Trimble Co., son of Charles Dolby, lived most of the time with grandparents, the late Mr. and Mrs. James Hyatt below Milton, Survived by widow, 2 sisters, Mrs. Robert Gordon and Mrs. Chester Dunn.

DOLBY, Harry, 62, Tucson, AZ. In paper of 24 Jan 1929, buried Arizona, former resident of Pleasant Retreat. Survived by bro., Charlie and Guy Dolby, sis., Mrs. Ely Wise.

DONALDSON, Minnie, 86, died 6 Sep 1947, buried Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co. 7 May 1861, d/o late Jerry and Gerilda "Rill" Buchanan, m. SIDNEY DONALDSON, moved to Lexington, then to Calif. until his death ca 12 years ago, after which she came to live with her sister near Milton. Survived by sis. Mrs. Mattie Ashby. Preceded by sis. Mrs. Kate (Dr. Simm) Fisher, 2 brothers Jerry and Rev. W. L. Buchanan.

DONATHIN, Ben, 76, Bedford died 19 May 1947, bur. Findley __. b. 12 Nov 1871, s/o Martin and Elizabeth Donathin.

DONNELLY, Mrs. Garvin, 77, Indianapolis, IN died 27 Aug 1945, buried there, d/o late Thomas and Belle Williams, m. WILLIAM DONNELLY who died several yrs ago. 5 ch. Mrs. Annabell Wright, Mrs. Martha Lanham, Ethel, Vernon and Ernest Donnelly. a brother F. L. Williams.

DOUGLAS, George R., 52, Louisville, KY died 25 Jan 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, native of Trimble Co., ordained minister of the Baptist church, s/o Dillard and Jennie Shepherd Douglas, 1st m. to HATTIE OVERTON BLACKERBY of Oldham Co. who died some yrs later, m. 2nd EDNA MATHEWS of Frankfort. Surv. by wife, 1 dau. Mrs. Samuel B. Royster, Jr., 1 son James Ray Douglas and foster?father and Uncle Joe Douglas.

DRAKE, James Whitsen, 87, Barebone died 18 Apr 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 4 Oct 1849 m. 21 Feb 1872, MARY CATHRYN PERKINSON, 6 children, W. C., Burchal, Arthur Drake and Mrs. Cora Conner. Deceased are, Mrs. Naomi Bush and Mrs. Elizabeth Goode. Mrs. Drake preceded him 4 years ago. Note: Year is 1938 on stone.

DRAKE, Mary Catherine (Perkinson,) 83, Poplar Ridge died 15 Jul 1933, buried IOOF Bedford born 3 Nov 1849, d/o late Coleman and Polly Ann Perkinson, m. 21 Feb 1872, JAMES W. DRAKE, 7 children: 5 with father Survived, Mrs. Naomi Bush, W. C., J. B., Mrs. James Goode and A. C. Drake. Dec'd. are, Mrs. R. L. Conner and a child that died in infancy.

DRAKE, Virgie Allene, 32, Barebone died 4 Nov 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, married to J. BURCHAL DRAKE at age 20, 5 ch., Carroll, Louise, Joan and Buford who with husband survive Wilson died in infancy. 2 step?dau., Mrs. Wilson Mahoney and Neva Drake, 2 brothers, Rolla and Shelly Farley, half?brother Perry Farley, a sister, Mrs. Ben Stockdale, 3 half?sisters, Mrs. Curt Adams, Mrs. John McClure and Mrs. Albert Rowlett.

DRAKE, William W., 89, Greenwood, IN. In paper, 12 Oct 1939, buried there, b. Trimble Co. 11 Jan 1850, s/o late William and Emily Brackett Drake. In 1884 m. NANCY CATHERINE CONN and in 1892 moved to Indiana.

DRISKILL, Amy Cinnie Vail, 73, died 5 Jan 1946, bur. IOOF Carrollton, b. Jefferson Co., IN, 7 Sep 1872, d/o E. O. and Amy Vail, moving to Trimble Co. when she was 5 years old, living in Palmyra community, moved to Carrollton 5 years ago. Survived by husband, Rev. I. H. DRISKELL, 1 dau. Pearl Driskell, 3 bro. Milo, Carl and Osmer Vail, 1 sis. Mrs. D. G. Bell.

DRISKELL, Owen, 62, died 19 Jun 1944, bur. IOOF Carrollton, b. 24 Feb 1882, s/o William and Hester Driskell, survived by widow, bro. Oscar Driskell, sis. ERIA HANLON. m. Lela Shepherd in 1906, 1 child died in infancy.

DUNCAN, Alva, 55, died 26 Aug 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 5 Aug 1892, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. William Duncan of Poplar Ridge community, a W.W.I veteran, 11 months overseas. m. 26 Dec 1929 at Shelbyville, to NELLIE DEMAREE of Eminence, KY, who surv. with their 5 ch. Alva Demaree, age 15, Willis, 12, Mary Cecilia, 4, Patricia, 2, and Margaret, 5 mo., 2 sis. Mrs. Mattie Webster and Mrs. Jennie Hackney, 2 bro. Robert and Wilber Duncan. Preceded by brother Curt Duncan.

DUNCAN, Curtis, 34, Barebone died 5 Sep 1932, buried family burying ground, s/o Mrs. Hallie Duncan, 3 brothers, Alva, Robert and Wilbur Duncan, 2 sisters, Mrs. William Webster (?) and Mrs. Claude Hackney.

DUNCAN, Hallie, 57, Poplar Ridge died 21 Sep 1932, buried family burying ground. Survived by 4 children, Alva, Robert, Mrs. Claude Hackney and Mrs. William Carter (?,) a son Curtis died 2 weeks ago. (Mrs. William Carter or Mrs. William Webster ?) See above. Name is Webster at her death in 1977. Note: Her husband, WILLIS DUNCAN died 16 Dec 1922.

DUNCAN, Ida (Whitaker,) 65, Brooksburg, IN died 7 Aug 1931, buried IOOF Bedford b. 1 Feb 1866, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitaker, m. 18 Oct 1888 to WILLIAM DUNCAN, who survives with 4 children: Ruby, Robert, Irvin and Mrs. Shellie Kidwell.

DUNCAN, Ollie Frances, 20, died 21 Jun 1947, buried Moffett Cem. b. 20 Jan 1927, d/o Eugene and Mary Stanley Fox, m. 6 Mar 1946 to LESTER DALE DUNCAN, an infant dau. Brenda Dale Duncan, all who surv. with sis. Charlotte Fox, and Mrs. Leonard Bright, bro. Norvie Lee, Charles Eugene, Arthur, Jimmie Leonard and Michael Fox. Preceded by bro. Dale Holton Fox.

DUNCAN, William R., 89, died 27 May 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 19 Aug 1856 s/o Reuben and (Ida Farley) Duncan, m. 18 Oct 1888 to IDA WHITAKER, 4 ch. Mrs. Virgie Kidwell, Irvin, Robert and Reuben Duncan.

DUNCAN, William Waller, 79, died 23 May 1930, burial Moffett Cem., born and reared Trimble Co., b. 6 Sep 1850, s/o late William and Minerva Duncan, never married.

DUNCAN, Zadie K. (King,) 81, Madison, IN died 11 Apr 1931, buried Moffett Cem., widow of SINNETT DUNCAN, native of Trimble Co. d/o late A. M. and Mary King, children: Mrs. E. K. (Louise) Greenwood, Mrs. W. R. Gray, Miss Mary L., Chester W. and Van Young Duncan.

DUNN, Ruby Ewing, 9, died 3 Nov 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 6 Apr 1921, s/o John and Dollie Dunn, 1 brother, Webb Dunn, half?sister, Mrs. Joe Montgomery.

DUNN, Simola, 58, Madison, IN died Sep 1936, in 1 Oct 1936 paper., former resident of Trimble Co. buried ? Daughter of Jonathan and Sarah Brunton, native of Carroll Co., KY, wife of JESSE DUNN who survives, 1 daughter, Mrs. Leroy Peck, a sister, Mrs. Jane Everling, 2 brothers, Charles and Will Brunton.

DURAND, Margaret, 84, Madison, IN died 18 Feb 1935, buried Moffett Cemetery, a former resident of Trimble Co., widow of late CAPTAIN JOHN DURAND. Survived by 1 son, Louis Victor Durand and grandson, John Durand. Note, d/o George and Udora or Dorothea Metesser b. Germany.

DURAND, Stephen, 86, died Friday 1 May 1931 at Cincinnati, OH, burial at Madison, IN. Born and reared in Milton. For many years he was an engineer on the river and at Trow's Mill. Survived by wife and 1 brother Capt. Nick Durand of Louisville.

DUVALL, Hallie Moffett, (1868?1942) died 19 Apr 1942, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. Trimble Co., d/o late John H. and Nancy Moffett, husband SAMUEL S. DUVALL and her son Charles preceded her, survived by sister, Mrs. J. R. Ingles.

EAGLIN, Emaline, 94, died 8 Mar 1933, buried (Moffett Cem.) (widow of Cornellis Eaglin.) Survived by 3 sons, Arch, Sherman and Jasper Eaglin.

EAGLIN, Jasper, ( 73, died 1 May 1942, buried Moffett Cem., s/o Cornellis and Emaline Eaglin, b. 14 Feb 1869,) m. 1st OLLIE WISE 1900, 1 dau. who with her mother preceded him 21 yrs ago, m. 2nd to FLORIDA CARTER, and to this union, a daughter Cornelia who is now Mrs. John Hancock.

EAGLIN, Sherman, 74, died 4 May 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 20 Apr 1867, Gallatin Co., KY, m. 9 Mar 1898 to LULA GREEN, 1 son Gayle Denny Eaglin, surv. by wife, son, foster son Victor Wise, 1 bro. Jasper Eaglin.

EDWARDS, James, ca 60, Madison, IN died 9 Aug 1929, buried Moffett Cem., former resident of Milton, s/o late John Edwards, 4 children: William, Ulyses, Paul and Sarah Edwards.

EDWARDS, John O., 76, Madison, IN died 24 Feb 1937, buried Moffett Cemetery, born W. Va. 25 Feb 1861, came to Trimble Co. as a boy, survived by 2 children, Joseph Edwards and Mrs. Arthur Green. His wife ELIZA WYLES EDWARDS died 29 years ago. (1907.)

EGERTON, George W., 73, Hardy Creek died 8 Feb 1941, bur. Mullikin Cem., b. 6 Jun 1868 (s/o James and Marian Yocum Egerton,) m. LENA MULLIKIN, died 1940, 6 ch. Mrs. Helen Taylor, Mrs. Vica Clapp, Howard, Clarence, William and Lucy Egerton, 2 bro. James and Ben Egerton, sisters, Mrs. Josie Alfred and Mrs. Mary L. Schyrock.

EGERTON, Lena D., 67, Hardy Creek died 29 Oct 1940, bur. Mullikin Cem., near Carrollton. b. 25 Dec 1872, (d/o William and Perlina McDowell Mullikin.) m. GEORGE W. EGERTON who surv. 9 ch. 3 dec'd. Living are, Clarence, Howard, William, Lucy Egerton, Mrs. Vica Clapp and Mrs. Oris Taylor, 4 brothers Price, Grundy, Quincy and Bert Mullikin, 2 sisters Lucy Mullikin and Mrs. Jesse Stergeon.

ELDRIDGE, Carroll, 21, Wise's Landing died 5 Dec 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Eldridge who survive, 2 sis. Mrs. John Henry Boyd and Norma Eldridge, 1 bro. Milburn Eldridge.

ELDRIDGE, Marvin Lee, 29, died 22 Oct 1949, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 20 Oct 1920. Survived by widow FRIEDA MARIE ELDRIDGE, 3 dau. Ann Marie, Clara Jane and Mary Carroll Eldridge all of Leavenworth, Kan., his parents R. E. and Mary Ellen Eldridge of Bedford, 1 brother Jesse F. Eldridge, a sister Mrs. Ruby B. Smith, both of Bedford.

ELDRIDGE, Reuben, 63, Indiana died 23 Feb 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, married 1891 to MISS MARY ROBERTSON, who survives with 7 children, Mrs. Bertha Drury, Mrs. Eva Vest, Bryan, Ernest, Elvin, A. D., and Lloyd Eldridge, 3 brothers living, Ike, Dick and Fallis Eldridge.

ELLEGOOD, Mary Elizabeth, 90, Bedford died 9 Aug 1940. Buried IOOF ____. Data from funeral record.

ENGLEMAN, Harmon C., 54, Louisville, KY died 22 jul 1940, buried LaGrange, KY. Born Bedford in 1886, m. BELLE BEBOUT of Milton. 1 son, Milton Engleman.

EPPELSHEIMER, Mary, __, Madison, IN died 27 Jan 1932, buried?, former resident of Trimble Co.,last of 12 children, m. at age 18 to HENRY EPPELSHEIMER, who died 44 years ago. Survived by 3 children: Jacob, Miss Lena and Mrs. Lonnie Lynn. A daughter, Mrs. Moses Smith preceded her.

ESTES, Donald Lee, 6 months, died 18 Mar 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, son of Mr. and. Mrs. Hurley Estes.

ESTES, John Robert, 80, Wise's Landing died 9 Apr 1929, buried Sulphur Cem., married, 4 children: Mrs. Pete Simpson, Mrs. Sallie Taylor, Willie Estes and a daughter, name not given.

ESTES, Opal, 2, Middle Creek. In paper of 6 Oct 1932, buried ??, d/o Mr. And Mrs. Hurley Estes.

ESTES, Vernon Dale, 3 mo, Middle Creek died 27 Dec 1932, buried ??, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Estes.

EWING, George D., 89, Pattonsburg, MO died 6 Oct 1931, buried there, Confederate Soldier, b. Trimble Co., 2 Jan 1842, s/o Fulton and Rachael (Robbins) Ewing m. 13 Jul 1865 to Miss ARTEMECIA BALL, who died 24 Sep 1918, 4 children: Mattie, Charles, Ira Scott and Iva Watkins. He moved with his family to Missouri in June 1885. Note: Another obit gives 2 children as survivors, Mrs. Katie Beasley and Charles Ewing.

EWING, Miss Hallie, 53, a former school teacher died 25 May 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ewing, b. 18 Mar 1888, survived by parents, 3 bros. Noble, C. L. and Charlie Ewing, 1 sis. Mrs. W. D. Pierce.

EWING, J. O., 85, died 21 Mar 1943, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 25 Dec 1857, (s/o William and Elizabeth Ewing,) m. REBECCA COFFIN, 6 ch., 1 died in infancy, a dau. Hallie died last year, (25 May 1941) survived by widow, a dau. Mrs. W. D. Pierce, 3 sons Noble, C. L. and Charlie Ewing.

EWING, Sarah Rebecca, 79, died 24 Jun 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 2 Jul 1867, d/o Mark and Sarah Ann Coffin, m. 23 Dec 1886, to JOHN O. EWING who died 3 yrs ago, 6 ch. Hallie and Nellie both dec'd., living are Noble P., Roy, Charles Ewing and Mrs. W. D. Pierce, a sis. Mrs. Lou Ferris.

FALLIS, Andrew J., (64,) Carrollton, KY died 8 Aug 1937, buried same, m. Maggie Perkinson, deceased, m. 2nd to Mrs. Bettie Ball, nee Alexander, 12 Nov 1928, who survives, 1 half-brother, Ben Aldridge.

FALLIS, George F., 78, died 4 Mar 1931, buried Louisville, former resident of Locust, in Carroll Co., survived by 1 son, and 1 bro. Dr. Robert Ginn Fallis.

FARLEY, Ada, 27, Madison, IN died 14 Jun 1928, buried Springdale Cem., b. Trimble Co., d/o Mrs. Mary Farley and late John Farley, 3 sisters, and 2 brothers.

FARLEY, James Rolla, 55 died 28 Dec 1948, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 4 Aug 1893, s/o late James and Alice (Adams) Farley. Surv. by son Jerell Farley, brother Shelby Farley, sister Mrs. Ben Stockdale, half?bro. Perry Farley, 3 half?sis. Mrs. Mattie McClure, Mrs. Alice Adams and Mrs. Ethel Rowlett.

FARLEY, Mary E. (Mikesell,) 74, Mt. Pleasant died 12 Apr 1937, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 31 Dec 1861. Survived by husband, GEORGE FARLEY, 2 daughters, Mrs. Mamie Stroup and Mrs. Sadie Strausmeier.

FAULKNER, Cornelia (Perkinson,) 83, Poplar Ridge died 2 Dec 1928, buried IOOF Bedford b. Trimble Co., 20 Mar 1845, d/o Coleman and Polly Ann Perkinson m. 20 May 1868 to LOVING FAULKNER, now dec'd. 4 children: 3 living, Mrs. Mark M. Callis, Mrs. Robert Stanley and Iva Faulkner.

FAULKNER, R. Logan __, Chilhowee, MO died 21 Apr 1931, buried Missouri, former resident of Trimble Co., 3 sons, Birdett, Charles and Henry Faulkner, 1 sister Mrs. W. N. Callis, 3 brothers, Stephen, Jay and W. L. Faulkner. Note: 1870 census Logan age 16. His age would be ca 77 years. s/o Robert and Cornelia Faulkner.

FAULKNER, Steven H. 74, Lexington, MO died 6 Oct 1931, buried ??, born Trimble Co. Moved to Missouri in 1880, never married, survived by 1 sister, Mrs. W. N. Callis, 2 brothers J. J. and William Faulkner.

FAULKNER, W. L., 68, Alberquerque, New Mexio died 19 Feb 1938, born Leeport community, Survived by wife and 2 daughters, 1 brother, J. J. Faukoner, 1 sister, Mrs. W. N. Callis, this county.

FEARN, George 85, Mobile, AL. In paper of 20 Mar 1930, buried Mobile AL., born and reared in Hunter's Bottom, survived by 2 sisters, Miss Jennie Fearn and Mrs. Mattie Jordon.

FERRIS, Elizabeth Louella, 86, died 31 Oct 1949 in Madison, IN, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 15 Aug 1863, d/o Mark and Sarah Ann Coffin, m. 2 May 1883 to RICHARD FERRIS, he died 34 yrs ago, 7 ch., living are, Mrs. Carl Vail, Mrs. William Daily and Mrs. Luther Batts. Deceased are Mrs. Smith Jackson, Shirley, Clifford and Victor Ferris.

FERRIS, Victor, 33, Leeport died 18 Jun 1933, buried Moffett Cem. s/o Mrs. Louella Batts, 4 sis., Mrs. Carlos Vail, Mrs. William Dailey, Mrs. Luther Batts and Miss Mary Ferris, a brother, Clifford died 1927.

FERRIS, William, 82, died 21 May 1943, buried Moffett Cem., b. Ghent, KY 13 Jan 1861, last of family of 2 bro. and 4 sis. (s/o Watts and Emma Hanks Ferris,) m. 19 Nov 1911 to FLORENCE MORELAND, no ch.

FEWELL, Maurice Franklin, infant, died 12 Feb 1941, buried Campbellsburg, b. 30 Jan 1941 s/o Mr. and Mrs. Webb Fewell, surv. by parents, 2 brothers Philip Sutter and David Bradley Fewell, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moore.

FISHER, Betty Andrews, (72,) Louisville, KY died 15 Nov 1947, buried there. A former resident of Trimble Co., born and reared here, moved to Louisville over 40 years ago. d/o Mr. and Mrs. Will Andrews. Survived by husband JOSEPH FISHER, a bro. of W. A. Fisher of Bedford, 3 ch. Clarence H., Wilbur C. and Mrs. Albert Oswald.

FISHER, Elizabeth Addie (Hood,) 60, Bedford died 24 Mar 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, born 3 Sep 1867, d/o late Daniel and Susan Hood, m. MICHAEL T. FISHER, 8 Jan 1885, 7 ch: 6 survive, Mrs. W. T. Bare, Mrs. Lawrence Ward, Mrs. Bryan Overton, Mrs. Henry Hawkins, Robert and Charles Fisher.

FISHER, Harry, (59,) Montego, Calif. died 1 Nov 1940, former res. of Trimble Co. s/o Dr. S. K. (and Mary Katge Bechanan) Fisher, bro. of Mrs. M. J. Hampton and Mrs. Joseph Luckett. Note: Dr. Simeon K. on 1910 census with son Harry age 29.

FISHER, Hyronimus Jerome "Ronnie," 86, near Louisville died 22 Jun 1934, buried family Cemetery on Fisher farm. Survived by 2 brothers, Joe and M. T. Fisher, sister, Mrs. Bettie Toombs. 7 bro. and sis. preceded him.

FISHER, (John,) Joseph, (79,) Louisville, KY died 26 Nov 1947, buried there, wife, BETTY ANDREW FISHER, died 12 days ago. Survived by dau. Mrs. Bertha Oswald, 2 sons Wilbur and Clarence Fisher, 3 sis. Mrs. Margaret Martin, Mrs. Emma Vandolah and Mrs. Dora Jeffries, 2 bro. Fred and W. A. Fisher.

FISHER, Joseph, 77 died 15 Jul 1944, bur. IOOF Bedford. (s/o Heronamies Fisher.) m. 12 Sep 1888 Abbie Perkinson. Surv. by wife, 3 children John, Raymond and Elmo Fisher. Preceded by 2 ch. Annie and Russell Fisher.

FISHER, Mamie Moore, 39, died 4 Sep 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 13 Mar 1904, Trimble Co., d/o Chan and Annie Wright Moore, m. Dec 1922, CHARLIE C. FISHER who survives, 4 ch. Mrs. Margaret Sage, Glen Allen, Bobbie Gene Fisher, a dau. Geraldine died in infancy. She leaves a brother Walter Moore, 2 sis. Mrs. Curtis Ledford and Mrs. J. A. Craig, a twin sister Peggy Moore died 7 years ago.

FISHER, Michael Thomas, 83, died 5 Dec 1946, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 21 Aug 1863, s/o (Hyronimus Fisher, b. Germany,) m. 8 Jan 1885 to ADDIE HOOD,(Elizabeth Addie Hood Fisher) died 24 Mar 1928, 7 ch. 2 dec'd. Mrs. W. T. Bare and Mrs. Rosa Green, living are, Mrs. L. A. Ward, Mrs. Carrie Overton, Mrs. Henry Hawkins, Robert and Charlie Fisher.

FISHER, Roberta Allen, 4 mo, Bedford died 23 Dec 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher, 2 sisters, Florence and Velma Jean Fisher.

FISHER, Robert 53, Cleveland, OH died 2 / 4 Jan 1947, buried Moffett Cem., born and reared in Trimble Co., s/o Dr. S. K. and Mrs. Mollie Kate Fisher. Lived for a time in Indianapolis then in Ohio. Survived by son, 2 sis. Mrs. M. J. Hampton and Mrs. Joe Luckett. Preceded by bro. Harry Fisher.

FISHER, Sallie, 89, Madison, IN died 30 Sep 1936, buried Springdale Cem., born and reared in Trimble Co., b. 18 Nov 1846, daughter of late Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Trout, (Sarah Elizabeth Trout m. 7 Nov 1867) to THEOPHOLUS FISHER, deceased, survived by 1 brother, Elder Charlie Trout of Florida. A bro., William Francis Trout, died 6 Mar 1936, age 93.

FISHER, Will, ca 60, Chicago, IL died 1 Nov 1929, buried Chicago, b. Trimble Co. s/o Mrs. Sallie Fisher and late Theopholus Fisher, sister, Mrs. H. N. McIntire of Milton.

FORD, Guy Douglas, 54, South Bend, IN died 25 Nov 1949, buried Michigan. W W I veteran, b. Bedford, KY, 14 Apr 1895, moved to South Bend 29 yrs ago. s/o Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Ford of Pendleton, m. MAUDE E. FISHER, survived by parents, wife and sister Mrs. Ernest Staten.

FORD, Kate Reilly, 73, North of Bedford died 8 Jun 1935, buried Carmel Cemetery, a native of Trimble Co., daughter of Charles and Sarah Reilly.

FORD, Silas, 92, Patton's Creek died 13 Jun 1933, buried Sulphur Cemetery, widower, m. 1st MISS RETTA SWIFT, Survived by 7 children: Curtis, Mrs. Olive Boyer, Mrs. J. R. Powell, Mrs. Juston Callis, Warner, Will and Howard Ford, 2nd m. MISS RETTA COONS, now dec'd.

FORD, William, 78, LaGrange, KY died 3 Dec 1931, buried LaGrange, survived by wife, KATIE RAILEY FORD, lived in Carmel until 5 yrs old, was brother of Mrs. Tom Wood and Walter Ford.

FORSEE, Farmer, 46, Wise's Landing died 17 May 1935, buried Macedonia Cemetery, m. NADINE STERLING who with 3 children survive. A sister, Mrs. Dennis Mahoney, and 1 brother, Joe Forsee.

FORSEE, John C., 80, Indianapolis, IN died 24 Apr 1947, buried there. Native of KY he lived in Indiana for 44 years. Survived by widow JOSEPHINE FORSEE, 6 dau., 1 son, all of Indpls., 2 sis. Mrs. Mollie Bruce, Indpls. and Mrs. Hester Mahoney of Trimble Co.

FORSEE, Louise B. (Leach,) 74, Wise's Landing died 7 Jan 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, m. GEORGE FORSEE, 1887, he dec'd. 31 years ago, 2 children: Farmer Forsee and Mrs. Dennis Mahoney.

FORSEE, Sterling Wayne, 6, Wise's Landing died 9 Mar 1934, buried Macedonia Cemetery, son of Mr. and Mrs. Farmer Forsee, b. 4 Sep 1927, Survived by parents, 1 brother, 2 sisters, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sterling and great?grandmother, Mrs. Mary Hood.

FOX, Ernest Elmo, 21, South of Milton died 20 Aug 1933, buried Moffett Cem., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fox, 3 brothers: Clarence, Jerry and Ora Fox.

FOX, Frank, 75, Milton died 4 Jul 1932, buried Moffett Cem., he was married 4 times, 6 children, Mrs. Frances Richmond, Mrs. Shirley (Susan) Taylor, Mrs. William (Lottie) Kidwell, Louis and Eugene Fox. (Who is # 6 ?)

FOX, George A. (George Alexander ca 90,) died 23 Sep 1946. Buried Moffett Cemetery. Wife MARGARET ELIZABETH BROWN FOX. died 1 Jan 1912. (b. 14 Oct 1855, s/o Jeremiah and Catherine Odem Fox.)

FOX, Harry B., (ca 62,) died Indianapolis, IN 21 May 1948, resident of Florida, buried Moffett Cem., s/o late Mr. and Mrs. George A. Fox, bro. of late Mrs. D. W. Young, surv. by 2 sis., 1 bro., aunt Mrs. B. M. Chandler.

FOX, Jerry, 82, below Milton died 13 Jan 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 17 Oct 1858, s/o late Jerry and Kathryn Fox, m. EDITH LILLIAN MCCORD, 20 Jan 1902, 4 ch. Ora E., Clarence E. and Jerry M. Jr., 1 son Ernest E. died 7 years ago, 1 bro. George Fox, 1 sis. Mrs. Ben Chandler.

FROST, Katie (Terrell,) 73, died 21 Sep 1938 at home of Mrs. Bray, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 27 Apr 1865, m. 12 Nov 1900 to GEORGE E. FROST, 4 sons, Wallace, John Edward, and Robert, dec'd. Survived by son, Joseph Daniel Frost, 3 brothers, Willis G., Dan V. and Robert C. Terrell, sisters, Mrs. Fannie Joyce and Mrs. Joe Bray. (George E. Frost died 1909.)

GAMMON, Jasper Newton "Bud," 69, Carrollton, KY died 2 Mar 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, former resident of Trimble Co., s/o late W. P. and Levicy Brown Gammon, m. 26 May 1895 (1885?) to DOCIE HARMON, 6 children, 5 Survived Note: ch. listed on 1910 census, Perry, Essie, Lottie, Carl and Ruby. On 1900 census they have a dau. Elva A. age 12, Perry P., 9, Essie L. 7 and Lottie N. 5.

GARRETT, Adelia, 76, Indianapolis, IN died 15 Dec 1932, buried Indianapolis, IN. Mother of Mrs. Edna Melvin, Trimble Co., Mrs. Lydia Jenkins and Mrs. Emma Beaumont of Indianapolis. Note: Adelia Dunham m. JAMES L. GARRETT s/o Dandridge and Julia Brent Garrett.

GARRETT, Columbus "Lum," 64, south of Bedford died 4 May 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 1 Sep 1876, (s/o Richard and America Taylor Garrett,) m. HULDA GARRETT, 5 ch. Wilbur, Elmo Garrett, Mrs. Alton Wheeler, Mrs. Harold McManis and Mrs. Georgie Shepherd, 2 bro. Oscar and Robert Garrett, 2 sis. Mrs. James Craig and Mrs. Ida Staples.

GARRETT, Hulda, 59, died 23 Oct 1940, bur. (IOOF Bedford,) b. 1 Apr 1881, d/o late Evan Madison and Lucinda L. Garrett, m. COLUMBUS GARRETT 7 Apr 1897, 7 children, 2 died in infancy, surv. by husband, 5 ch. Mrs. Ernest Shepherd, Mrs. Harold McManis, Mrs. Alton Wheeler, Elmo and Wilbur Garrett, 1 sister Mrs. Clara Ralston.

GARRETT, J. C., __, Sligo died 9 Jul 1933, buried Pleasant Hill Cemetery, survived by wife, LIZZIE WHITELY GARRETT, daughter, Mrs. Oren Winburn, 2 sons, Ben and Marshall Garrett.

GARRETT, Sarah Kendall, 69, Bedford died 17 May 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, daughter of late William and Jane Kendall, b. 11 Feb 1865, m. July 1889 to ROBERT L. GARRETT, 5 children, Mr. Garrett and 2 children survive, Mrs. Vivian McManis and Mrs. Hurley Harmon, 5 brothers, Elijah, Granville, John, Roland and Jack Kendall, a sis., Mrs. Abel (Martha) Wyatt.

GARRETT, Walter, 58, near Bedford died 18 Jan 1931, buried IOOF Bedford s/o Richard and America (Taylor) Garrett, m. MISS LORA VARBLE, 7 ch., Mrs. Lillie Callis, Mrs. Howard Staples, Mrs. Willis Bray, Mary, Lydia and Glenford all of Trimble Co. and Mrs. Beverly Bray, Indpls. 4 sisters, Mrs. Jessie Mount, Mrs. Belle Yager, Mrs. James Craig, Mrs. Elmer Staples, 2 brothers, Robert and Oscar Garrett.

GARRETT, William Wesley, 52, near Pendleton died 27 Sep 1948, buried Sligo, s/o late William A. Garrett, surv. by wife, 2 ch. Mrs. Frances Lively and Wesley Garrett, Jr.

GARRIOTT, Chella Ogden, 72, Milton died 7 Apr 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 9 Nov 1870, (d/o William and Lucy Rowlett Ogden,) m. to WILLIAM L. GARRIOTT on 31 Aug 1894, 3 children Walter S., William Andrew Garriott and Mrs. Nelson (Lela Effie) Barnes, a bro. Walter Ogden, 2 sisters Mrs. Lizzie Detchner and Mrs. Aurora Brown.

GARRIOTT, Daniel Boone, 67, North Trimble Co. died 12 Dec 1948, buried IOOF Carrollton. b. 23 Jun 1881, in Cove Hill area, s/o late W. L. and Emma Winburn Garriott, 3rd of a family of 13 ch., spent his life in Trimble Co., he m. 25 Aug 1901 to SUDA HUTCHERSON who surv. with 2 of their 4 ch. Mrs. Alice Walker and Mrs. Nannie Lee Trinkle, the eldest dau. died in infancy, an only son Fred, died 1940. Surv. by sis. Mrs. C. P. Pilow, Mrs. O. E. Kitzner, (both minister's wives,) Mrs. Marcell Coombs and Mrs. L. B. Winburn, brothers B. C., Rev. W. B. and Rev. L. A. Garriott.

GARRIOTT, Edmonia, 83, Sulphur died 3 Jan 1929, buried Sulphur Cem., widow of late T. E. Garriott. She died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Leslie Mansfield in Ohio.

GARRIOTT, Elsberry, 25, Carmel died 1 Apr 1933, buried IN, born Switcherland Co., IN, Living with Mr. George Young, his father-in-law at time of death. Note: There is a James Elsberry Garrett, born 22 Oct 1907, died 31 Mar 1933 buried at Mt. Carmel Cemetery. This Elsberry?

GARRIOTT, Fred H., 37, Little Kentucky died 25 Aug 1940, buried IOOF Carrollton, KY b. 21 Jun 1903, s/o Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Garriott, survived by wife, 1 child Frederica, 2 sisters Mrs. Henry Trinkle and Mrs. Orville Walker. He was a magistrate for Palmyra precinct from 1934?1838.

GARRIOTT, Joseph A., 87, near Wirt, IN died 12 Jun 1931, buried Macedonia Cem., Wises Landing, widowed, native of Trimble Co. (b. 5 Dec 1844,) survived by 2 children: Mrs. Lee Abbott and Will Garriott.

GARRIOTT, Lillie Garrett, 70, died 3 Feb 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Carroll Co., 12 Sep 1878, d/o late Henry and Agness Wright Garrett, m. TRIGG GARRIOTT who survives with 7 of their 8 children Henry, Willie, D. R., Roy, Mrs. Victor Liter, Mrs. Irvin Liter, Mrs. Richard McCalister. A dau. Mrs. Ada Heveline died several yrs ago. Also surv. by bro. Chester Garrett, 2 sis. Mrs. Roxie Chilton and Mrs. Mollie Chilton, half?sis. Mrs. Rosie Brown. Note: Garriott and Garrett as writen.

GARRIOTT, Lottie J., (Peak) 75, Chicago, IL died 30 Jun 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, born 15 Jun 1857, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Peak, survived by husband, JACK GARRIOTT, (JOHN C. on stone) 1 daughter, Mrs. Hugh Miller, 1 son, J. C. Garriott, Jr., 3 brothers, Judge G. W. Peak, Judge R. F. Peak and Hon. D. H. Peak, 1 sister, Mrs. L. F. Zerfoss.

GARRIOTT, Mary Suda, 68, died 31 Dec 1950, bur. IOOF Carrollton, b. Trimble Co., 31 Aug 1882, d/o Sarah and Fred Hutcherson, m. 25 Aug 1901 to DANIEL B. GARRIOTT who died a year ago, surv. by 2 dau. Mrs. Orville Walker and Mrs. Henry Tingle, sister Mrs. W. W. Logan, brother Owen Hutcherson. A daughter died in infancy and a son Fred died in 1940.

GARRIOTT, Virginia, 19, died 16 Apr 1934, buried Carmel Cemetery, granddaughter of Mr.and Mrs. Trigg Garriott. Note: Name is Garrett on stone, she is buried by Elsberry Garrett, her name on stone is Garrett.

GARRIOTT, Wilbur "Peck," 61, died 3 Nov 1943, buried Campbellsburg Cem., b. Trimble Co. s/o late Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Garriott. He leaves 2 sisters Mrs. Will Bryant and Mrs. T. L. Williams.

GARRIOTT, William Adams, 79, Pendleton, KY died 20 Feb 1943, bur. Sligo Cem. b. 14 Nov 1864, s/o William A. and Dorothy Bell Shackelford Garriott. Data from funeral record.

GARRIOTT, William L., 74 died 27 Feb 1947, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 14 Oct 1872, s/o late Joseph and Mollie (Totten) Garriott. 1st m. JENNIE BROWN, 1 son Clarence Garriott. m. 2nd 31 Aug 1894 to CHELLA OGDEN, who died 4 years ago, 3 ch. Walter, Andrew Garriott and Mrs. Nelson Barnes. Survived by ch., 2 sisters Mrs. Millie Abbott and Mrs. Lee Abbott.

GASSAWAY, Uriah, 101, Indiana died 4 May 1928, buried Reedsville, IN, born 25 Dec 1826 near Bedford, KY, Mexican War Veteran, survived by 3 daughters, Mrs. Morton Smith, Mrs. Emma Schenck and Mrs. Lon Hancock. Related to the Alexanders of Trimble Co.

GATEWOOD, (Annie Waller,) 76, Bedford died 21 Dec 1932, buried Gatewood?Yager Cem. wife of JOHN GATEWOOD, m. 57 yrs, 1 dau., Mrs. Dow Cutshaw, 2 sis., Mrs. J. R. Williams, and Mrs. Nannie Neville, 1 bro., Bud Waller.

GATEWOOD, Dee __, Indianapolis, IN died 16 Jun 1938, buried there. Born and reared in Trimble Co., widow of late JOE GATEWOOD, survived by children, Mrs. Curt Angell, Mrs. Jorden Kendall, Mrs. Minnie Pool, Latt, Herman, Floyd, Gilbert and Crutchfield Gatewood.

GATEWOOD, Frank Foree, 86 died 29 Dec 1941, buried Gatewood Cemetery, b. 4 Jul 1855, at age 23 m. AMANDA HACKNEY who surv., 6 ch., 2 died in infancy, Gertrude died 1918 and eldest daughter, Elva, died 16 Dec 1937, surviving are Mrs. Myrtle Crammer and Mrs. Bunnie Perkinson.

GATEWOOD, John Wesley, 82, died 9 Feb 1935, buried family burying ground West of Bedford, b. 15 Apr 1852, m. ANNIE WALLER 9 Feb 1875, she died 21 Dec 1932. 2 ch., Minnie who died ca 40 yrs ago and Mrs. Dow B. Cutshaw who survives

GIDDENS, Charles, 73, Indianapolis, IN died 6 Aug 1933, buried Moffett Cem., former resident of Trimble Co., m. MISS HALLIE PRYOR, now dec'd. 2 sons, Robert and David Giddens, 1 daughter, Mrs. William Sims, a brother, Elder Thomas Giddens,

GILLUM, Charlie, ca 75, North of Bedford died 9 Aug 1935, buried Carmel Cemetery.

GILLUM, Miss Hallie, 72, died 23 Jan 1948, buried Mt. Pleasant Cem., last of a family of 6 children, spent her entire life in Mt. Pleasant community.

GILLUM, Lee, 74, Indianapolis, IN died 28 Sep 1940, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. and reared in Milton, s/o Dowen Gillum, surv. by 1 brother Granville Gillum, 3 sisters Mrs. John A. McIntire, Mrs. Mollie Smith and Mrs. Florence Davis, 2 sons in California.

GILLUM, Logan, 56, near Carmel died 19 May 1931, buried Carmel Cem., born and reared in Trimble Co., s/o late Mr. and Mrs. David Gillum, survived by brother, Charles Gillum, sister, Mrs. Robert L. Culver.

GILLUM, Millie (Rankin,) 75, Greenwood, IN died 27 Oct 1932, buried Moffett Cem. b. Clark Co., IN, 9 Jul 1857, d/o James C. and Elizabeth Rankin, m. JOHN MORTON GILLUM, 53 yrs ago, he died, 13 Oct 1922, 5 ch., Mrs. Emma Hamlyn, Mrs. Orvis Woolford, Harry A., Hurley C. and Paul D. Gillum, 3 brothers, Calvin C, Cyrus and Corray Rankin, half?brother, Albert C. Broad and half?sister, Mrs. Vallie Evans.

GILLUM, Paul D., 41, Indianapolis, IN died 16 Aug 1937, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Morton Gillum. Survived by wife and dau., Dorothy age 10, grandson of Squire Darvin and Mrs. Gillum of Milton.

GILLUM, Thomas, 77, Wise's Landing died 27 Mar 1944, bur. Mt. Pleasant Cem., born and lived on same farm all his life, never married. Survived by sis. Hallie Gillum. (James Thomas Gillum, b. 28 Jul 1866, s/o Hiram Gillum.)

GILTNER, Fannie, 77, Florida died 14 Aug 1942, buried Moffett Cemetery, her husband (THOMAS GILTNER died 1919,) 4 ch. also preceded her, surv. by 4 daughters and 1 son Rev. Thomas Giltner. Nee Fannie Trout.

GILTNER, Phillip, 21, Louisville, KY died 17 Feb 1931, buried Moffett Cem. s/o late Thomas Giltner, youngest son of Mrs. Fannie Giltner.

GINN, Claude Marshall, 86, Palmyra died 5 / 6 Jun 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 12 Feb 1856, ( s/o William M. and Frances Ann Hamilton Ginn,) m. 7 Dec 1899 to SALLIE RODGERS, 8 ch. all living, Carey, Carley, Irene, Kenneth, Aline, Kelley, Hubert and Geneva. No brothers or sisters living.

GINN, Dora A., 80, Palmyra died 2 Jan 1938, buried Mt. Tabor Cemetery, born and reared in Trimble Co., m. Mollie Harrison, who died years ago, survived by 1 brother, Claude M. Ginn. (s/o William M. and Frances A. Hamilton Ginn,)

GINN, William Claude, 18 mo. Interred, 10 Dec 1945, IOOF Bedford, b. Jul 1844, s/o Hubert and Anna Maude Murphy Ginn, off Fairview Road in Carroll Co. Survived by parents, 2 sisters Shirley Ann and Genon Ginn, grandparents, Mrs. Sally Ginn and Mr. and Mrs. William Murphy.

GIVIDEN, Flora Watson, (57,) Sulphur died 16 Nov 1942, buried Sulphur Cem., a former resident of Trimble Co., widow of late A. J. GIVIDEN, survived by 2 children Earl and Lurlene.

GIVINS, Anna, 88, Madison, IN died 19 Aug 1928, buried Springdale, Cem. IN, b. Trimble Co. d/o late John A. and Virginia Markley, married WLLIAM A. GIVINS, mother of the late Mrs. Edward Meyer and Miss Virginia Givens.

GLASS, Robert, 48, Madison, IN died 28 Nov 1930, buried Springdale Cem., Madison, IN

GLASSOCK, Fannie, 86, died 9 Apr 1934, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 26 Jul 1848, Milton, KY and reared there, widow of late JAMES BRUCE GLASSOCK, he died 1918. She died at home of granddaughter, Mrs. Paul T. Ashby.

GOINS, Sarah E., 77, East of Milton died 5 Feb 1937, buried Moffett Cemetery, born Trimble Co., 10 Jan 1860, wife of ALBERT L. GOINS, daughter of late James Wingham, born in England and (Frances Monroe Wingham.) She is survived by husband and 1 brother, Nathan Wingham, Wirt, IN.

GOODE, Robert, 23, Palmyra died 21 Dec 1934, buried ? Survived by widow, no children.

GOSMAN, Annie (Greenwood,) 82, Poplar Ridge died 6 Aug 1928, buried IOOF Bedford widow of WILLIAM GOSMAN, died 26 yrs ago, 4 children: William, and Samuel Gosman, Mrs. Ora McClure and Mrs. Steven Buchanan.

GOSMAN, Sam, __, Greenwood, IN died ca 27 Jul 1941, buried there, b. Trimble Co., lived most of his life here, m. to LIZZIE ROWLETT who surv. and 3 dau.

GOSSOM, Alice Lavinia Varble, 67, died 4 Mar 1946, buried Moffett Cem., b. 11 Apr 1878, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Varble, m. 1903 to J. L. GOSSOM who died 31 Mar 1943, surv. by 4 sis. Mrs. Lora Garrett, Mrs. Charles Jackson, Mrs. Emmett Jackson and Mrs. Charlie B. Clem, 2 brothers R. H. and Charles Varble. Preceded by brother J. L. Varble, 2 yrs ago.

GOSSOM, Anna Belle, 77, died 9 Jun 1940, bur. Moffett Cem. b. 9 Jul 1862, (d/o Thomas and Cathryn Jones Kelley.) m. 4 Apr 1898 to RICHARD M. GOSSOM, who died 22 yrs ago. Surv. by 1 dau. Mrs. Goebel Wise and 5 step?ch. Mrs. J. L. Miller, Roy, Stephen, Henry and Clifford Gosman, 1 bro. Charley Kelley.

GOSSOM, George H., 81, New Orleans, LA. In paper of 21 Nov 1929, buried ??, born and reared in Trimble Co. near Milton, survived by widow and 1 son.

GOSSOM, J. (John) Lev, "Uncle Lev" (81,) Milton, KY died 30 Mar 1943, bur. Moffett Cem. b. 18 Apr 1861, s/o John Henry and America Coleman Gossom, moved to Milton in 1887, m. 1 Mar 1903 to ALICE LAVINIA VARBLE who survives.

GOSSOM, John W., 84, Long Beach, Calif. died 12 Oct 1937, buried Moffett Cemetery, born 11 Aug 1853, Trimble Co., KY. m. MARGARET ELLEN PERKINSON, 6 ch., Adolphus K., Dr. K. D., Robert, Homer and Miss Elizabeth Gossom. In 1923 moved to Madison and lived until death of Mrs. Gossom, 20 May 1930, after which he went to California to reside.

GOSSOM, Margaret (Perkinson,) 79, Madison, IN died 20 May 1930, buried Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co. d/o Late Adolphus and Elizabeth (Tull) Perkinson, wife of JOHN W. GOSSOM, 4 sons and 1 daughter, A. K., Dr. K. D., Homer, Robert H. Gossom and Miss Elizabeth Gossom.

GOSSOM, William Russell, 5 weeks, Milton died 31 Jan 1933, buried Moffett Cem. s/o Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gossom, 3 sisters and 1 brother.

GRAVES, Bettie Carolyn, 11 mo. died 1 Aug 1947, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 9 Aug 1946, d/o Charles and Roberta Graves who surv. also a bro. Tommy Graves, grand?parents Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Graves, Mr. and Mrs. David Armstrong.

GRAVES, Claude, 24, Milton died 27 Sep 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence W. Graves, survived by widow, son, Claude, Jr., parents and 4 brothers. His mother, Lucy Catherine Graves died at age 30 when Claud was 6 years old.

GRAVES, Johnny, 4, died 2 Jul 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o Mr. and Mrs. John Graves. Survived by parents, sis. Ruth, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Graves and Mr. and Mrs. Omar Miller.

GRAVES, Margaret, 56, Milton died 16 Oct 1935, buried Carmel Cem., daughter of late Mr. and Mrs. William Richmond, b. 27 Aug 1879, m. 15 May 1894 to GEORGE GRAVES, who survives, 5 children, 3 survive, Virgie, Hubert and Leonard, 3 sisters, Mrs. Bettie Harmon, Mrs. Mary Jones and Mrs. James Wilson, 2 brothers, Shirley and Nolan Richmond.

GRAVES, Russell, 32, Indianapolis, IN died 22 Apr 1939, b. Milton, KY, survived by widow ALGIA THOMPSON GRAVES, a sis. Mrs. Mary Dinnett, bro. Joe Graves all of Indianapolis, (s/o Richard and Lizzie Graves, school census.)

GRAVES, Virgil Emmett, 47, Milton, KY died 26 Jul 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery, s/o George and late Margaret (Richmond) Graves, b. 4 Apr 1894. m. HAZEL WISE, 4 Dec 1919, 2 dau. Mrs. Albert Greenwood and Mrs. Delmas Banks, 2 brothers. (names not given) 1 bro. and 1 sis. deceased.

GRAY, Pfc. Donald Rand, 19 Interred 15 Dec 1943, Moffett Cem., b. 14 Jun 1924, in Trimble Co., s/o John Gray and Mrs. Hallie Gray Williams, surv. by father, mother, step?father and brother, Norman Williams. Donald was called into service 20 Feb 1943, served in the European Theatre for about six weeks when he was killed in action.

GRAY, William R., ca 55, Madison, IN died 30 May 1935, buried Springdale Cem. Survived by wife, EMMA DUNCAN GRAY, daughter of Sinnett Duncan, by 2 sons, Sinnett and Harold Gray, 2 bro., Smith J. and Charles Gray, 2 sis., Mrs. Daisy M. Thomas and Miss Alice Gray. (Age from 1910 census,)

GREEN, Allen, 63, Indianapolis, IN died 17 Apr 1939, former resident of Trimble Co. survived by dau. Edna, 3 bros., Ben, Ottis and Fred Green all of Indiana, 5 sisters Mrs. Frank Green, Mrs. Sarah Lee, Mrs. Thomas Bush, Mrs. C. Y. Norman and Mrs. Walter S. (Pearl) Ball. (s/o Talton and Leah Brunton Green.)

GREEN, Etta, 81, Wise's Landing died 2 Mar 1940, buried Moffett Cemetery, widow of late W. E. GREEN, survived by brother George W. Buchanan. Note: (WILLIAM EDGAR GREEN m. Etta Buchanan, 10 Oct 1888, he died 1934 Etta was d/o William and Adaline Marietta Buchanan,)

GREEN, Frederick, 42, Madison died 14 Jun 1929, buried Madison, IN, born Owensboro, KY s/o George Green and late Eliza Green. Survived by wife, BLANCHE GREEN, son, George Frazier, sisters, Mrs. Robert McLaughlin, Mrs. Edward Kendall, Mrs. Frank Bates, Mrs. Henry Wingham, 3 half?brothers, Charles, Edward and Chester Green, half-sister, Mrs. Carol Eaglin.

GREEN, Francis Marion, 84, died 26 May 1945, bur. Moffett Cem., b. 17 Mar 1861, youngest of 9 ch. born to Peter and Louisa (Brinson) Green, all have preceded him, m. more than 60 yrs ago to NETTIE JACKSON, she died 1915. 7 children, 3 dying in infancy. Remaining are, Mrs. Victor Coghill, Mrs. Ennis Hull, Mrs. Henry Sachleben and Melvin Green. He later married MRS. FLORENCE ROSE who survives.

GREEN, Leah (Brunton,) 80, (she was 80 last Nov,) Carmel community, died 1 May 1933, buried Carmel Cem. widow of late TALTON GREEN, survived by 9 ch., Mrs. Frank Green, Mrs. J. T. Lee, Mrs. Thomas Bush, Mrs. Fred Green, Mrs. Walter (Pearl) Ball, Mrs. C. Y. Norman, Albert, Ben and Otis Green.

GREEN, Louis Talton, 73 died 10 Jul 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 5 May 1870, (s/o John J. and Nancy Yarber Green,) m. ELIZABETH LOUDEN who preceded him 20 years ago, 1 son, Lloyd Green.

GREEN, Luella (Lou Ella,) 6 months died 5 Apr 1942, buried Moffett Cemetery, d/o Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Green.

GREEN, Mary Roxana, 89, Madison, IN died 14 Jan 1947, bur. Moffett Cem., b. Ripley Co., IN, lived in Trimble Co., for many years, widow of late STOUT B. GREEN, who died 31 Aug 1938 in Trimble Co. She was the former Miss Surber. Survived by ch. Mrs. Vernie Etherton, Mrs. Cleve Bayne, Mrs. Lola Newman, Mrs. Ethel Roberts, Arthur, Harvey and Gilbert Green.

GREEN, Stout B., 86, Liberty neighborhood died 29 Aug 1938, buried Moffett Cem., born Ripley Co., IN, 6 Oct 1852, (s/o Peter and Louisa Brinson Green.) He m. ROXANA SURBER 66 years ago, 10 ch. 3 died in infancy, Survived by widow, children, Mrs. Sherman Eagland, Mrs. Sid Green, Mrs. C. M. Bayne, Mrs. Albert Newman, Mrs. Carl Roberts, Gilbert, Harve and Arthur Green, 2 brothers, George and Frank Green, 1 sister, Mrs. Samuel Slater.

GREEN, William Edgar, 83, near Milton died 23 Sep 1934, buried Moffett Cemetery, born Boone Co., KY, 19 Dec 1850, m. ETTA BUCHANAN, 10 Oct 1888, 2 children, both died in infancy, survived by 1 brother.

GREEN, Willie Etta Abbott, 49, died 23 Dec 1943, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 27 Jun 1894 in Carmel neighborhood, d/o Mrs. Susie Abbott and late Adolph Abbott, m. MELVIN GREEN 23 Dec 1914, 2 children Mrs. Lawrence Sachleben and Frankie Green, a bro. Charlie Abbott, sis. Mrs. Fanny Lockhardt.

GREENWOOD, Alfred Paul, almost 4, Pleasant Retreat died 20 Feb 1930, buried IOOF Bedford s/o Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greenwood.

GREENWOOD, Dorcas (Mitchell,) 72, East Trimble Co. died 12 Dec 1930, buried Sulphur Cem. b. 27 Jan 1858, d/o late Addison and Emily Coombs Mitchell, m. 29 Sep 1880, to JOHN D. GREENWOOD, 9 children: 7 survive, Ersie, Jim, Wilbur, Robert, Homer, Early Greenwood and Mrs. T. C. Pierce.

GREENWOOD, Hallie Young, 49, died 2 Dec 1935, buried Sulphur Cem., b. 6 Jan 1887, the daughter of J. S. and Katie May Young who survive. m. 25 May 1904 to WILBUR GREENWOOD, 1 son, Glen Greenwood.

GREENWOOD, Homer E., 58, died 11 May 1949, buried Sulphur Cemetery, b. 5 Mar 1891, near Sulphur, s/o late John D. and Dorcas Mitchell Greenwood. Homer served in W W I with 11 mo. overseas. Surv by 5 brothers E. R., R. D., W. L., J. E., and J. T. Greenwood, a sis. Mrs. T. C. Pierce.

GREENWOOD, Mary Alice, 22, died 7 Mar 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., d/o Mr. and Mrs. A. E. "Jack" Greenwood, of Carrollton. Survived by sister Mrs. Charlie Ransdell, brother Harold Greenwood.

GREENWOOD, Nannie Ellen (Hood) 59, Pleasant Retreat died 17 Dec 1933, buried Moffett Cem. b. 10 Oct 1874, wife of BUTLER GREENWOOD, 2 ch., Lloyd Greenwood, and Mrs. Norman Hill, 2 step?children, E. K. Greenwood and Mrs. Daisy Reeves or Reenes,? 1 brother, Burton Hood, 3 sisters, Mrs. Edward Adams, Mrs. Richard Jones and Mrs. John Sterling, her aged mother, Mrs. Mary Hood also survives.

GREENWOOD, Nettie, (Vernetta, 60,) South of Carrollton died 3 Apr 1937, buried IOOF Carrollton, d/o late Sinnett Duncan and Zady King Duncan of Liberty neighborhood. Survived by husband, EDWARD GREENWOOD, 2 dau., Mrs. Albert Wetherill, Mrs. Todd Green and son, Duncan Greenwood, 2 bro., Van and Chester Duncan, 2 sisters, Miss Mary Duncan and Mrs. Emma Gray.

GREENWOOD, Rosa D., 40, Sulphur died 10 Aug 1929, buried IOOF Sulphur, d/o Judge and Mrs. W. C. Morgan of Bedford, m. 26 Feb 1919 to ROBERT D. GREENWOOD, of near Sulphur, survived by parents, husband and 1 daughter, Patrica Louise, 3 sis., Mrs. B. S. (Mary) Ball, Mrs. V. C.(Mattie) Harmon and Miss Willie Morgan, 2 bro., Ovie L. and Dora B. Morgan.

GREENWOOD,Virginia D., ca 40, Crestwood, KY died 20 May 1931, buried IOOF Bedford. Survived by husband EUGENE GREENWOOD and 2 children: Samuel and Eugene, her mother, Mrs. Carl Greenwood of Calif. 1 sister, Mrs. Ada Lehu(e.)

GREENWOOD, William Butler, 92, died 21 Feb 1940, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. Trimble Co. 5 Mar 1847, m. 12 Oct 1867 to LENORA GOSSOM, 4 children, 2 survive Edward K. Greenwood and Mrs. Albert Reenes, (or Mrs. Daisy Pullem? a dau. Mrs. Laura Garriott dec'd. 1921.) His wife died 1883, he m. 2nd NANCY ELLEN HOOD, 6 Oct 1897, 2 ch. both survive, Lloyd Greenwood and Mrs. Norman L. Hill. His wife, Nancy Ellen died 1933.

GREENWOOD, William R., 73, near Milton died 4 Aug 1930, buried Moffett Cem., widower, 5 children: Mrs. Lester Moore, Mrs. William Lynch, Jennings, Thomas and Albert Greenwood.

GRIFFITH, Dorothy (Cutshaw,) 39, Indianapolis, IN died 4 Jun 1930, buried Crown Hill Cem. b. Madison, IN, d/o George and Margaret Cutshaw, m. 5 Jun 1911 to CLEM GRIFFITH, who survives, 2 brothers, Don C. and Dow V. Cutshaw, 2 sisters, Mrs. G. B. Morris, and Mrs. Albert Shaffer.

GRIFFITH, George ca 58, South of Bedford died 15 Jul 1933, buried Lexington, KY survived by widow (ANNA BLANCHE TRIPP) and 5 children, Clarence, Herbert and James Griffith, Mrs. James Smith and Mrs. Jane Tingle.

GROSS, Mary Ellen, 80, died at home of son in Indianapolis 15 Nov 1939,( bur. Cove Hill Baptist Church Cem. in Carroll Co., KY.) b. Nicholas Co., KY, 11 Dec 1858, was one of 10 ch. d/o Thornton and Martha Pryor, m. 22 Aug 1878 to RILEY S. GROSS, in Owen Co., KY, 4 sons Jesse W., George T, Ross S. and Abraham S. Gross, 1 dau. Susan Martha died, 1 Oct 1894, at age 3. Her husband died 8 Oct 1915, a brother, James Pryor is the only survivor of 10 children.

GUMM, Andy D., 56 died 24 Oct 1946, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Monroe Co., KY, 16 Aug 1891, m. ca 5 years ago to ALICE BARE, no ch., but survived by 5 children by a former marriage and 1 sister Mrs. J. G. Pedigo, of Glasgow.

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