DAILY, (Anna) Stella, (84,) died 1 Sep 1960, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 25 Feb 1876, d/o David and Anna Varble Ralston.) Survived by 2 dau. Mrs. Charles Wood and Mrs. Jack Duncan, 1 half-bro., Earl Ralston.
DAILY, William, 95, died 9 Jan 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (25 Sep 1869.) 1st m. SARAH STAPLES, she died 1919, m. 2nd to FLORENCE FERRIS, in 1921, who survives. Preceded by a dau. Mrs. Flossie Corley, a bro. Bert Daily (in 1944.) Note: William and Bert were sons of John and Mildred Wheeler Daily.
DOUGHERTY, (DAUGHERTY) Eva L., 93, d. 26 Sep 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (17 Sep 1876, d/o James and Margaret Latty,) spent her entire life in this area. Survived by 3 sons, Fred T., John and Herman. Preceded by 1 son (Lyter.) Note: Eva Latty m. 18 Sep 1891 to J. HENRY DAUGHERTY. He died 3 May 1945.
DAVIS, Manuel, Sr., 81, Mt. Pleasant Rd., died 11 Apr 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., 8 Jun 1881, s/o George and Sarah Scott Davis. Survived by wife, HALLIE CRAIG DAVIS, 6 dau., Mrs. Clifton Jackson, Mrs. J. R. Green, Mrs. David Knox, Mrs. Ernest Neu, Mrs. Joseph Rice and Mrs. H. L. Buchanan, 4 sons, Manuel, Jr., Rev. Paul, Hubert and Cleon Davis.
DEMAREE, John, 89, Bedford, died 28 Nov 1968, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. Trimble Co., 23 Nov 1879.) At one time he ran one of the oldest water mills on the Little Kentucky River. Surv. by several nieces and nephews.
DeROSSETTE, Jesse T., 83, died 21 Jun 1960, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co. (9 Aug 1876.) Survived by dau., Miss Mae M. DeRossett, Mrs. Helen O. Warens and Mrs. Blanche L. Norris, son, C. W. DeRossett.
DETMER, Earl, 27, Milton, died 1 Oct 1965, bur. Lutheran Cem. (b. 18 Feb 1938) Trimble Co., s/o Charlie C. and Ella (Thieman) Detmer. Survived by parents, wife, the former SHIRLEY ROGERS of Madison, IN, a son Joel Detmer and a bro. Allen Detmer.
DETMER, Viola Adcock, 48, died 14 Apr 1960, bur. Moffett Cem. (b. Trimble Co., 26 Nov 1911,) d/o Ara Anna (Morris) and Orvel Adcock. Survived by husband WILLIAM DETMER, a dau. Mrs. Jack Messmore, 2 sons, Wayne and Phillip Detmer, 3 sis. Mrs. Lucille Moreland, Mrs. Betty Joy Morris and Mrs. Dessie Clore.
DEVINE, Ray, b. and d. interred 15 Jun 1966, IOOF Bedford. s/o Raymond and Estella Devine, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Devine and Mr. and Mrs. Dunn.
DOLBY, Luther, 67, died 29 Apr 1960, bur. Moffett Cem. Veteran of W.W.I and W.W.II, (b. Trimble Co., 26 Feb 1893,) s/o George and Betty McKay Dolby. Survived by wife, BESSIE CRAWFORD DOLBY, a dau. Evelyn, 1 sis., Mrs. Otis Stockdale.
DRAKE, Mayme Toombs, 86, died 22 Sep 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (29 Sep 1878,) d/o J. W. and Mattie Greenwood Toombs. m. 30 Oct 1901 to WILLIAM C. DRAKE, who survives with son, Virgil Drake, 2 dau., Mrs. Neola Houser and Mrs. Norene Main, a bro. Ernest Toombs, sis., Mrs. Buna Barnes, Mrs. Pearl Barnes and Mrs. Stella Montgomery, Prececded by 2 sis.
DRAKE, William C., 88, Bedford, died 27 Mar 1968, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 17 Mar 1880,) s/o James and Mary Perkinson Drake. Survived by son, Virgil Drake, 2 dau., Mrs. Neola Houser and Mrs. Norene Main, 1 bro. Birchal Drake. Preceded by wife MAYME TOOMBS DRAKE, in 1965, 1 bro. and 3 sis.
DRAQUE, Al, __, Indianapolis, IN, interred 13 Mar 1960, IOOF Bedford. Survived by wife, ELIZABETH DRAQUE, a son Robert Draque. Preceded by a dau. Barbara Jean in 1950 while the family lived in Bedford. Note: His stone reads "Al J. 1901 - 1960. "
DRISKELL, Charles R., 70, R.# 3, Milton, d. 8 Oct 1969, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. (b. 14 May 1899, s/o Louis and Kate Mobley Driskell.) Native of Carroll Co., KY, a farmer in the Milton area all his life.
DRISKELL, Rev. I. H., 88, died 4 Feb 1962, bur. IOOF Carrollton. Survived by a dau. Miss Pearl Driskell. He was a Methodist Minister, commenced preaching in 1908.
DRUMM, Orville, 59, Bedford, died 30 Mar 1968, bur. IOOF Bedford. W.W.II veteran, b. IN, lived in Bedford for the past year. Survived by niece, Mrs. Carol Rubel.
DUNAWAY, Curtis L., 66, died 14 Feb 1962, bur. IOOF Carrollton. W.W.I veteran, survived by widow, CLARA DUNAWAY, 1 step-son, Chester L. Calvert, 3 sis. and 1 bro.
DUNAWAY, Ida Bell, 77, died 6 Jul 1964, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. b. Trimble Co., (10 Jul 1884.) Lived in county all her life. d/o William and Elizabeth Leatherman McDole. Survived by 1 step-son, Robert Dunaway, 1 step-dau. Mrs. Ethel McClellan, 2 bro., Jerry and Thomas McDole, a sis. Mrs. Anna Purvis.
DUNAWAY, Mary, 44, Milton, died 29 Jul 1963, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Henry Co., KY (10 Jul 1919, d/o Henry and Ollie Cox Aldridge.) Survived by husband, ROBERT DUNAWAY, 3 sons, Charles William, Richard Earl and Robert Dunaway, 2 sis. Mrs. Loraine Hawkins and Miss Essie Aldridge, 2 bro. Frank and Stanton Aldridge. Preceded by 1 bro.
DUNN, John Alfred, 91, Bedford, died 29 Dec 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Carroll Co., KY, 7 Oct 1876, a resident of Trimble Co. for 21 years. s/o Albert Allen and Martha Calvert Dunn. m. to DOLLIE ROSETTA McDOWELL, 30 Dec 1914. Survived by wife, son, Webb Dunn, dau., Mrs. Lora Burner, 3 bro. Ebra, Jessie and Ezra Dunn. Preceded by son, Ruby Ewing Dunn, 4 bro. and 4 sis.
DUNN, Norman Lee, 19, France, died 15 Dec 1962, bur. IOOF Bedford. Survived by parents, Darrell and Lucy Webster Dunn, a sis. Etta Dunn, a bro. Hubert Dunn, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Webster and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dunn. Pvt. Norman L. Dunn with the 70th Eng. Co. at Metz, France, killed when he was hit by a vehicle while working on road construction.
DUNN, Lucinda C., 80, Milton, died 12 Feb 1963, bur. St. Johns Cem. b. Carroll Co., KY, 29 Apr 1882, d/o Bruno and Eliza Taylor Cole. Was ARTHUR DUNN her husband? Data from funeral record.
DURAND, Lewis Victor, 81, Corn Creek Area, d. 6 Apr 1963, bur. Moffett Cem. b. 26 Jul 1881, s/o John and Margaret Durand. Survived by wife, STELLA AUSTIN DURAND, 1 son, John Austin Durand.
EAGLIN, Florida, 74, Milton, died 27 Apr 1963, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Franklin Co., KY, 26 Apr 1889, spent most of her life in Trimble Co. Husband JASPER EAGLIN deceased 21 years ago. Survived by dau., Mrs. Luthar (Mary) Anderson and Mrs. John Hancock. A bro. Oscar Carter deceased Note: Her parents were McClelland and Mary Ellen Bates Carter.
EGERTON, Clarence, 72, died 15 Jun 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. Trimble Co., 18 Aug 1894, s/o George and Lena Mullikin Egerton.) W.W.I veteran, Trimble Co. sheriff for 16 years and Judge for 4 years. Survived by wife, RENA STARK EGERTON, 1 son, Edward Egerton, 3 dau., Mrs. Lucille Luker, Mrs. Mary Nell Peak and Mrs. Peggy Bruther, 2 bro., Billy and Howard Egerton, 3 sis., Mrs. Helen Taylor, Miss Lucy Egerton and Mrs. Visa Clapp.
ELDRIDGE, A. D., 53, New Castle, IN, died 31 Mar 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Spencer Co., KY, (11 Feb 1911,) resided many years in Trimble Co. never married. Survived by 2 sis., Mrs. Eva Vest and Mrs. Bertha Kelso, 4 bro., Bryan, Elvin, Ernest and Lloyd Eldridge.
ELLIS, Roger D., born and died 9 Dec 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. d/o Buck and Charlene Boatwright Ellis. Data from funeral record.
ETHERTON, Lula, 90, Hanover, IN, died 1 Sep 1968, bur. Moffett Cem. Native of Trimble Co., (b. 20 Jan 1878.) Lived in Madison for last 17 years. Survived by son, Gayle D. Eglin (Eaglin,) 1 bro., Gilbert Green, 1 sis. Mrs. Ethel Roberts. Preceded by husband VERNIE T. ETHERTON, her parents, Stout B. and Roxie Surver (Surber) Green, 1 foster son, Victor Wise, 2 bro. and 3 sis. Note: Gayle D. Eglin's name is Gayle Denny EAGLIN, s/o Sherman and Lula Green Eaglin,
EVANS, Clayton Wayne, 46, died 30 Jun 1960, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 16 Dec 1913,) s/o George and Myra Judd Evans, lived in Trimble Co. the past 25 years. m. 1932 to MARGARET STELLA JACKSON, who survives, 4 children, George Clyde, Jackie Wayne, Jelonda Joyce and Jimmy Dole Evans, 7 sis., Mrs. Dors Smith, Mrs. Grace Jackson, Mrs. Beatrice Smith, Mrs. Letha Durbin, Mrs. Hazel Crawford, Mrs. Addie Mae Andrews and Mrs. Louise Andrews. 1 sis., deceased, Martha Smith.
EWING, Christopher Leroy "Roy," 66, Milton, died 17 May 1964, bur. Mt. Carmel Cem. (b. Trimble Co., 30 Apr 1898.) A former principal, coach and teacher in Trimble and Carroll Co. schools. Survived by wife, GOLDIE BIRD EWING, 4 dau., Mrs. Peyton L. (Rhema) Mitchell, Mrs. Charles W. (Betty) Tandy, Mrs. Doyle E. (Nelda) Cannon, and Mrs. Harry B. (Evelyn) Glass, 2 sons, Carroll M and Rev. John L. Ewing, 2 bro., Noble P. and Charles R. Ewing, 1 sis., Mrs. Zilpa Ewing.
FAULKNER, Birtie, 87, Bedford, died 2 Apr 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (5 Jun 1879, d/o John B. and Margaret McCoy Rowlett.) Widow of IVY FAULKNER. Survived by 2 sis., Mrs. Mark Hall and Mrs. Don Stewart, 2 nephews, Cecil Rowlett and Bryan Harmon. Note: Birtie Rowlett m. Iva Faulkner 26 Feb 1897, he died Mar 1956.
FEWELL, James "Jake," 58, died 21 Dec 1960, bur. _____. Survived by wife, LILLIAN FEWELL, 4 bro., Paul, Ernest, Marvin and Webb, a half-sis. Mrs. Frances French, a half-bro. Esley B. Fewell.
FIELDHOUSE, Charles Edwin, 56, died 13 May 1960, Louisville, bur. Moffett Cem. (b. 21 Feb 1904, s/o Charles and Katie Wiest Fieldhouse.) Survived by wife, LILLIAN TROUT FIELDHOUSE, formerly from Trimble Co. m. 1929, 1 son, Edwin B., a sis., Mrs. Bertha Lee Dean.
FINLEY, Linda Gay, infant, Chicago, died 1 Jan 1962, bur. Moffett Cem. b. 1961, d/o George and ______ Caldwell Finley. Data from funeral record.
FISHER, Nettie Mae, 82, died 23 Sep 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Gallatin Co., KY, (2 Dec 1884, d/o Eli and Elizabeth Sturgeon.) Lived in Trimble Co. 60 years. Survived by husband, RAYMOND FISHER, a son Jim Fisher, 1 bro., Milo Sturgeon.
FISHER, Raymond Lewis, 73, Indianapolis, d. 8 May 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. Native of Trimble Co. (b. Jan 1894, s/o Joseph and Abbie Perkinson Fisher.) Survived by 2 sons, Randall and Cleston Fisher, 2 dau. Mrs. Euina Rush and Mrs. Delma Dexter, 2 bro., Elmo and John W. Fisher.
FISHER, William Allen "Billie," 98, died 3 Mar 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. Trimble Co., 18 Oct 1867, s/o William and Bridget Collins Fisher.) Wife, SALLIE OGDEN FISHER died some 40 years ago. Survived by 1 son, Herbert Fisher, a sis. Mrs. Dora Jeffries. Preceded by 2 sons, Raymond and Charlie Fisher, 2 sis., Emma Vandola and Mollie Martin, 2 bro., Joe and Dr. Fred Fisher.
FITZGERALD, William J., 83, died 27 Sep 1962, near English, bur. there. Survived by 5 sons, Jesse, Carl, Luther, Norvin and Ralph Fitzgerald, 4 dau., Mrs. Sallie Brierly, Mrs. Martha Brierly, Mrs. Cornelia Kelly and Mrs. June Sutherland.
FIX, Josephine Giddens, 77, Louisville, d. 24 Apr 1960, bur. IOOF Bedford. Native of Trimble Co., the Wises Landing area (d/o Robert and Betty Gillum Giddens.) Her husband, CARROLL C. FIX, a physician, died 1956. He practiced for 13 years in Trimble Co. Surv. by dau., Mrs. S. Duncan Logan. Note: She is also survived by a sister Mrs. Charley (Elsie) Jones and Dr. R. E. Giddens, a dentist.
FORD, (Seth) Warner, 91, Burrows Com., died 10 May 1961, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Oldham Co., KY, (19 Dec 1871,) resided in Trimble Co. since youth, s/o Silas and Retta Swift Ford. Survived by dau., Mrs. Ernest Staten, 2 sis., Mrs. Ora Callis and Mrs. Olive Ford. Preceded by son, Douglas Ford, died 1949. (wife was AMANDA LOU POWELL, d/o Joseph and Nancy Jane Powell.)
FREEMAN, Louie Irvin, 27, Muncie, IN, died 13 Jul 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. 6 Mar 1940) s/o William and (Rosie Hyden) Freeman. Survived by his parents, wife PATRICIA FREEMAN, 4 sons, Louie, Jr., Patrick, Jeffrey and Timothy Freeman, 7 bro., Charles, Joseph, David, James, Stanley, Rick and Tony Freeman, 4 sis., Mrs. Darlene Reed, Mrs. Bernice Ely, Mrs. Ann Critenden and Mrs. Mary Newman.
FRESH, Cleo V., 55, Milton, died 18 May 1963, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co. 12 May 1908, s/o John and Jennie (Jones) Fresh. Survived by 1 son, Norman Joe, 3 dau., Mrs. Catherine Kinman, Mrs. Maxine Thompson and Mrs. Perry Boldery, bro. Wilmer Fresh, foster sis. Mrs. Ruby King.
FRESH, (Lucy Jane) "Jennie," 82, d. 18/26 Oct 1960, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co., widow of Capt. JOHN FRESH, a riverboat Capt., who died 1954, d/o Henry and Matilda Callis Jones. Survived by 2 sons, Wilmer and Cleo Fresh, a foster dau. Mrs. Ralph King.
FULTON, Susie, 81, Indianapolis, died 12 Apr 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. Native of Trimble Co. (d/o W. T. and Nancy Ann Richardson Alexander.) Survived by son, Curtis Fulton, dau., Mat Furgerson and a sis. Molly Lorey.
GAMMON, John Parker, 82, Bedford, died 14 Jan 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (1 Jun 1880,) s/o Lafe and Rosie Welty Gammons. m. ELIZABETH RUDDER, who preceded him. Survived by 3 dau., Mrs. Cecil Yeager, Mrs. Walter Meadows and Mrs. Mary Hilton, 1 son, Cecil Gammons. Preceded by 3 sons, Wilbur, Lafe and Everitt Gammons.
GARRETT, Effie, 83, Madison, IN, died 3 May 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. IN, 1 May 1883, d/o Squire and Mary Perry.) Spent most of her life in Trimble Co. Survived by husband, NATHAN GARRETT, dau., Mrs. Marie Meic, Mrs. Catherine Wise and Mrs. Gerald Swanthart, a son, Morris Garrett, bro,, Newt Perry, sis., Mrs. Goldie Smith, a half-sis ___. Note: Names given in father's obit Marie Meis and Jewel Swan.
GARRETT, Lonnie B., 54, died 1 Oct 1960, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (18 Apr 1906,) s/o Oscar and Virginia Newby Garrett. Survived by wife, his parents, 3 sons, James Lloyd, Gene Coleman and Billie Joe Garrett, 2 dau., Lee Ann Powell and Bertha Lou Tipton, 2 bro., Richard and William Garrett, 4 sis., Ruby Leach, Hazel South, Bernice Adkins and Mrs. Roy Burrows.
GARRETT, Lorene Varble, 89, died 20 Dec 1969, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Oldham Co., KY, (5 Jul 1880, d/o Jacob and Susie Henry Varble.) Spent most of her life in Trimble Co. Survived by 5 dau., Mrs. Stella Staples, Mrs. Susie Bray, Mrs. Effie Bray, Mrs. Lottie (Lydia) Myers and Mrs. Mary Smith, 3 sis., Mrs. Katie Clem, Mrs. Cordie Jackson and Mrs. Effie Jackson, 1 bro., Charles Varble. Preceded by husband, WALTER GARRETT. (He died 18 Jan 1931.)
GARRETT, Oscar, 84, died 23 Dec 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (12 Nov 1880, s/o Richard and America Taylor Garrett.) m. VIRGINIA NEWBY, 62 years ago, she survives. 3 dau., Mrs. Amy Burrows, Mrs. Hazel South and Mrs. Bernice Adkins, 2 sons, Richard and William O. Garrett.
GARRETT, Roy T., 57, Milton, died 8 Feb 1960, bur. Moffett Cem. s/o Trigg and Lily Garrett (d/o Henry and Agnes Wright Garriott.) Survived by wife, BEULAH GARRETT, son, John Thomas, 2 dau., Mrs. Elizabeth Owens and Mrs. Shirley Croddy, 3 bro., Henry Garrett, D. R. and Willie Garrett, 3 sis., Mrs. Lula Liter, Mrs. Victor Liter and Mrs. Aline McCallister.
GARRIOTT, Kathryn May, 71, died 20 May 1964, bur. IOOF Bedford. wife of WILL RAY GARRIOTT Louisville, former Trimble Co. farmer. Survived by 2 dau., Mrs. Robert Young and Mrs. Robert Chesack, 5 sons, Paul, Thomas, Richard, Glenn and James Garriott, 3 sis., Mrs. Daisy Webster, Mrs. Gilbert Kelly and Mrs. Ernest Brown.
GATEWOOD, Allie Callis, (85,) d. 17 Oct 1968, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. 13 Oct 1883, d/o William N. and Minnie Faulconer Callis. Survived by dau., Mrs. Ora (Kay) Pruitt, 2 bro., Carl and Edgar Callis.
GATEWOOD, Crutchfield, 75, Carrollton, d. 28 Mar 1968, bur. Louisville. s/o Joe and Eugenia Doe Hackney Gatewood. Survived by 2 sis., Mrs. Lottie Kendall and Mrs. Minnie Poole, bro., Lafe, Gilbert and Floyd Gatewood. Preceded by wife, GERTRUDE FALLIS GATEWOOD, 22 Jun 1966.
GATEWOOD, Edwin, 72, Bedford, died 13 Jul 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., 21 Jan 1893, s/o William and Emma Leland Gatewood. Data from funeral record.
GATEWOOD, Wilbur Simeon, 78, died 16 Nov 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. Native and life long resident of Trimble Co., (b. 11 Nov 1888, s/o William and Emma Leland Gatewood.) m. 27 Dec 1830 (1930) to ALLIE CALLIS, who surv. a sis. Mrs. Nora Gividen, step-dau., Mrs. Kay Prewitt. Preceded by 4 sis. and 3 bro.
GEORGE, Clyde Alden, 81, died 5 Sep 1965, bur. Moffett Cem. Native of Tipton, IN, (b. 7 May 1884, s/o C. A. George,) came to Milton 1 yr ago. Survived by wife, ALKA MEADOWS GEORGE.
GIDDENS, Cora L., 85, Indianapolis, died Mar 1962, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (nee Vories) lived in Indianapolis, IN for 19 years. Survived by husband RALPH T. GIDDENS, son, Darrell Giddens and dau., Kathleen Manner.
GINN, Sallie, 84, Palmyra, died 22 Feb 1963, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Owen Co., KY, 4 Nov 1878, lived most of her life in Trimble Co., d/o James and Julie (Pryor) Rodgers. Survived by 5 sons, Carey, Carley, Kelly, Kenneth and Hubert Ginn, 3 dau., Mrs. Norvin (Alene) Banks, Mrs. Ted (Geneva) Wingham and Mrs. Herman (Irene) Brown, 2 sis., Mrs. Chloe Kemper and Mrs. Mollie Kemper, 2 bro., James and Clarence Rodgers. Preceded by husband, CLAUDE GINN.
GINN, Tammie Renee, stillborn, interred 16 Oct 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. Survived by parents, Donald and June Ginn, sis., Kathy Ginn, bro., Gary Ginn, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kelley Ginn and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shepherd.
GINN, William A., 75, Palmyra Com., d. 17 Jan 1966, bur. IOOF Bedford. W.W.I veteran, b. Trimble Co., (9 Mar 1890,) s/o William H. and Nancy Bradley Ginn. m. 16 Jul 1921 to EDITH JONES, who survives with a dau. Mrs. Virgil (Alice) Welty, 5 sons, James C., Franklin, Glenn, Paul and Maurice Ginn, 4 sis., Mrs. Delia Davis, Mrs. Nell Banks, Alice Clements and Mrs. Ester Kochildren. Preceded by 1 sis., Mabel Thompson.
GOODE, Robert Coleman, 59, died 22 Jul 1969, Williamsburg, KY, bur. IOOF Bedford. Survived by wife, DOROTHY GOODE, 3 dau., Mrs. Pauline Chinn, Wilma and Debby Goode, sons, Jimmie and Jerry Goode, his father, James Goode, 5 bro., Marvin, Melburn, Fred, Chad and Glen Goode, 3 sis., Mrs. Virginia Craig, Mrs. Mildred Parson and Mrs. J. W. Taylor.
GOSMAN, Edrena, 53, Butlerville, IN, d. 17 Dec 1960, bur. Vernon Cem. d/o Everett Andrew and the late Lillie Andrew. Survived by husband, ALFRED GOSMAN, 4 sons, Eddie, Thomas, Robert and Carl Gosman, 3 dau., Mrs. Minnie Dowd, Mrs. Opal Beach and Mrs. Betty Hurr, 4 bro., Deward, Joe, Manuel and Elmer Andrew. Preceded by 1 son.
GOSMAN, Ethel Angel, 65, died 21 Mar 1969, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co., (25 Nov 1903, d/o Ace and Ollie Smitha Angel.) Survived by husband, SHELBY GOSMAN, 2 dau., Mrs. Nola McCutchen and Mrs. Nancy Wright, 4 sons, Clarence, Jesse, Marvin and William Gosman.
GOSMAN, Ethel Callis, 75, died 7 Mar 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., (d/o Mark and Ramonia Faulkner Callis.) Lived all her life in the county. m. 1907 to THOMAS LESLIE GOSMAN, he died 1 Jan 1965. Survived by dau., Mrs. Thelma Wise, 3 sons, Therman, Uhel and Robert Gosman, half-bro., Bryan Moore and a sis. Miss Bessie Callis. Preceded by son, Mark Twain Gosman, who died at age 22 mo, 1 bro., Ben Callis.
GOSMAN, Minnie, 95, died 1 Jan 1962, bur. Moffett Cem. Native of Trimble Co., (b. 18 Oct 1866, d/o James and Kisiah Ogden Crafton.) Survived by 5 children, Mrs. Sadie Rowlett, Mrs. Mabel Moore, Mrs. Mary Lou Underwood, Shelby and Alfred Gosman, 1 sis., Mrs. Sallie Crafton, 1 bro., Tom Crafton. Preceded by husband, CHARLIE GOSMAN, a dau. Mattie and a son Albert.
GOSMAN, Thomas Leslie, 78, died 1 Jan 1965, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co. (14 Nov 1886) s/o Tom and Elizabeth Arnett Gosman, spent his life in the county. m. 1907 to Mrs. ETHEL CALLIS, who survived. 3 sons, Uhel, Thurman and Robert Gosman, a dau. Mrs. Thelma Wise. Preceded by a son, Mark Twain Gosman and 2 sis.
GOSSOM, Clifford "Cliff," 83, Milton, died 28 Jan 1966, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co., (29 Jul 1882,) s/o Richard and Elizabeth Durand Gossom. Survived by wife, NORA GOSSOM, 6 dau., Mrs. Norma Grover, Mrs. Stoy Bradley, Mrs. Jeannie Spillman, Mrs. Elizabeth Obertate, Mrs. Patricia Simmons and Mrs. Nonda Jo Alexander, 2 sons, Clifford L. and James Gossom, 2 bro., Roy and Steve Gossom. Preceded by 2 sis. and 1 bro.
GRAVES, Clarence Wesley, 73, died 2 or 3 Mar 1961, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. 28 Apr 1887, Trimble Co., s/o John Wesley and Nealy (Permelia) Wingham Graves. m. LUCY CRAFTON in 1909, she died 1915, 2 sons, Claude Thomas and Raymond Graves. m. 2nd OLLIE LEE PERRY, in 1918, 3 sons, John Wesley, Charles Thomas and Earl Forrest Graves. Survived by wife and 4 sons, Raymond, John, Charles and Earl, 1 bro., Albert Graves. Mr. Graves served for a time as Jailer of Trimble Co., Town Marshall of Bedford. From May 1938 - May 1942 was pastor of the Wesleyn Methodist Church in Milton, KY.
GRAVES, George Leonard, 56, died 10 Apr 1965, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co., (16 Jan 1909,) s/o George and Margaret Richmond Graves. Survived by wife, BERYL GRAVES, 1 son, Terry Graves, 2 step-sons, William and Douglas Ward.
GRAVES, John, 80, Sligo, KY, interred 13 May 1965, Sligo Cem. Native of Trimble Co., (s/o John L. and Azora Spillman Graves.) Survived by wife, ADDIE MORRIS GRAVES, dau., Mrs. Dow or Don (Finetta) Hancock, son, W. P. Graves, 2 sis., Mrs. Pearl Anderson and Mrs. Avada or Vada Barrickman, 1 bro., Norvel L. Graves.
GRAVES, John Albert, 79, Madison, IN, d. 19 Oct 1964, bur. (Moffett.) Would have been 80 years old next Fri., b. Trimble Co., (23 Oct 1884, s/o John Wesley and Permelia Wingham Graves.) Moved to Madison, IN, 28 years ago. Survived by wife, NANCY GRAVES, 2 sons, Fred and Bishop Graves, 2 step-sons, Joe Neal and James Young, step-dau., Mrs. Glenna Sauley. Preceded by a bro., Clarence Graves.
GRAVES, Nellie C., 75, South Trimble, d. 14 Mar 1966, bur. Sligo Cem. A lifetime resident of Trimble Co., (b. 23 Apr 1890, d/o Sid and Mollie Shepherd.) Survived by husband, NORVIL GRAVES, sons, L. C. and Malcolm Graves, dau., Christine Graves, bro., John, J. B., Ernest, Robert and Raymond Shepherd, a sis. Catherine Pennington.
GRAVES, Ollie Lee, 81, died 6 Feb 1967, bur. IOOF Bedford. A lifelong resident of Trimble Co., (b. 24/25 Dec 1886, d/o Selathel and Kate Dorsey Perry.) Survived by 2 dau., Mrs. Mary Fox and Mrs. Fay Story, 3 sons, John, Charles and Earl F. Graves, 3 sis., Mrs. Minnie Wright, Mrs. Nora Dean and Mrs. Bertha Williamson, 4 bro., Forrest, Albert, Ray and Oscar Perry.
GREEN, Elizabeth, 78, R.# 3, Milton, died 5 Dec 1968, bur. Owensboro, KY. Widow of MELVIN GREEN. Survived by step-son, Frank Green, step-dau. Mrs. Geneva Sachleben.
GREEN, James R., 51, Fisher Ridge Com., d. 31 Jul 1962, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Jefferson Co., IN (4 Apr 1911,) s/o Gilbert and (Rose Fisher) Green. Survived by wife, FLORA DAVIS GREEN, son, Robert, 1 sis., Mrs. Reuben Duncan, 1 half-bro., Ray L. Green, step-mother Mrs. Blanche Green.
GREEN, Melvin F., 77, R.# 3, Milton, died 2 Sep 1967, bur. Moffett Cem. Native of Trimble Co., (b. 18 Mar 1890, s/o Francis M. and Nettie Jackson Green.) Survived by wife ELIZABETH GREEN, son, Frank A., dau., Mrs. Geneva Sachleben, 2 sis. Mrs. Grace Coghill and Mrs. Marie Hull. Note: 1st wife, WILLIE ETTA ABBOTT GREEN, died Dec 1943.
GREEN, Timothy Dean, 12 weeks, interred 25 Dec 1960, Moffett Cem. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Green, 2 bro., Ray and David Green, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Raker, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Green.
GREENWOOD, Jack, 74, died 17 Feb 1960, Madison, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co., 17 Mar 1885, s/o W. B. and Alice Greenwood, he is widowed. Data from funeral record. Note: Wife, MARY PRYOR ARNETT GREENWOOD died Dec 1959.
GREENWOOD, Joseph Earl, 76, Indianapolis, died Aug 1965, bur. there. Native of Trimble Co. Survived by wife, VIRGIE HOOD GREENWOOD, dau., Mrs. Marvin Gateridge and a son, J. C. Greenwood.
GREENWOOD, Leroy T. "Tom," 66/71 died 21 Apr 1968, bur. Moffett Cem. W.W.II veteran, b. Trimble Co., (10 Aug 1896, date on stone,) s/o late William and Nora McMahan Greenwood. Survived by 2 bro., Jennings B. and Albert Greenwood. Preceded by bro., Charlie Greenwood, 4 sis., Mrs. Hallie Lynch, Mrs. Mary Moore, Nellie and Dellie, died in infancy.
GREENWOOD, Robert Dudley, 79, died 7 Apr 1966, bur. Sulphur Cem. b. Trimble Co., (9 Aug 1886,) s/o John D. and Dorcus Mitchell Greenwood. Survived by wife LUCY DEAN GREENWOOD, dau., Patty Lou Baxter, 2 bro., J. E. and James T. Greenwood, sis., Mrs. Gretchen Pierce. Preceded by 3 bro.
GROSS, Inez, 80, Indianapolis, IN, interred 20 Jul 1965, ______. Former resident of Trimble Co., d/o Mr. and Mrs. James Moore. Survived by 2 dau., Mrs. Irene Forler and Mrs. Lottie Ford, son, Robert Gross, 3 bro., Chester, Charlie and Ray Moore, 3 sis., Mrs. Lillie Fields, Mrs. Lloyd Green and Mrs. Leslie "Billie" Alexander. Preceded by husband, ROSS S. GROSS.