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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

HACKNEY, Lemuel Shrihawk "Dick," 82, near Bedford, died 21 Sep 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 4 Jan 1860, (s/o George Washington and Sallie Shrihawk Hackney.) m. 1st (6 Nov 1881 in Trimble Co.) to RACHEL HACKNEY, who died, 1 child, not named. He m. 2nd (6 May 1885 in Indiana) to SUSIE RICHMOND also dec'd. 1 son Curt Hackney. He m. 3rd to NANNIE BAIN, 7 children M. L., Ivy, Claude, Ernest, Rosie, Willard and Lee Hackney, all survive, wife died 7 Mar 1933. He leaves his 9 children, a brother, and a sister.

HACKNEY, Nannie (Bain,) 55, died 7 Mar 1933, buried Corn Creek Cem., (born 16 Feb 1879,) d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bain, wife of RICHARD HACKNEY, 7 children: Mote, Ivy, Claude, Ernest, Rosa, Willard and Lee Hackney, 1 step?son Curtis Hackney, 6 brother, Ivy, Russell, Landy, Scott, William and Barney Bain, 4 sisters, Mrs. Chas. Williamson, Mrs. Ernest Simpson, Mrs. Harry Hull and Mrs. Sallie Perry.

HACKNEY, Paul Allen, 1 yr,8 mo,26 days died 5 Dec 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, son of Morton and Emily Hackney, b. 19 Mar 1934, parents, and 5 brothers and 1 sister survive, Leonard Roy, LeRoy, Virgil Franklin, Curtis, Raymond Edward and Mamie Catherine Hackney, grandparents, Mr. L. S. Hackney and Mr. Sid Mikesell.

HALL, Fannie Dunham, 90, died 20 Jul 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Brown Co., Ohio, (29 Apr 1859) d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Dunham. She moved to Trimble Co., in 1878. m. Nov 1888 to ELY C. HALL, 1 son Robert Hall.

HALL, Katie Morgan, 63 died 3 Nov 1948, buried Moffett Cem., b. Owen Co., 9 Aug 1885, m. 1 Jan 1915 to EMMETT HALL of Carroll Co., they moved to Trimble Co. in 1923, surv. by husband, 2 nephews Claude and Orville Adams.

HALL, Sallie, 84, Milroy, IN died 22 May 1947, buried Moffett Cem., former resident of Milton, KY, b. 24 Jun 1862, d/o John W. and Lucy Wise Barringer and last of a family of 10 children. At age 18, m. to JOHN T. HANSON, 3 ch. Louis Edward and Alice Hanson along with husband preceded her, leaving a daughter Mildred Ackerman at whose home she died. Sallie m. 2nd on 3 Sep 1910 to WILLIAM HALL who died 27 Aug 1926.

HAMILTON, Annie, 67, died at home of son Jake, 14 Feb 1934, buried Moffett Cem., widow of late FRED HAMILTON, survived by 2 sons, Jacob and Harold Hamilton, daughter, Mrs. John (Daisy) Singer, 2 brothers, J. H. and Hugh Morrow, 2 sisters, Mrs. Mary Covington and Mrs Thomas Smoot.

HAMILTON, Frederick, 68, Carmel died 22 Nov 1930, buried Moffett Cem., m. 15 Oct 1895 to MISS ANNA BELL MORROW, 6 children: 3 survive with their mother, Mrs. John Singer, Jacob and Harold Hamilton, 1 bro. John E. Hamilton.

HAMILTON, John E. (Edward,) 59, Trout's Bottom died 16 May 1938, buried Moffett Cem., b. Oct 1878 Gallatin Co., KY, son of late Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hamilton, last of 8 children, Survived by wife, 2 children, Mrs. Ralph Joyce and Nolan Hamilton. (John E. Hamilton, m. CARRIE E. COX.)

HAMILTON, Mary Pauline Bentz, 17, Milton died 31 Jul 1942, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 8 Nov 1924, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bentz of Madison, survived by parents, husband, CARROLL HAMILTON, daughter Judith Diane, a twin, 4 sisters and 1 brother. Preceded by daughter, Mageline, a twin who was born and died on 10 Jul 1942.

HAMILTON, Zilpha, 56, Madison, IN died 4 Jan 1938, buried IN ? She leaves 3 children Charles Rand and John Miles Hamilton, dau., Mrs. Josephine Hartley, a brother, Barnett Miles, a sister, Mrs. Josie Rand, her father, John D. Miles. (Her mother, the late Lottie Johnson Miles.)

HAMMON, Angus, 76, Madison, IN died 19 Dec 1928, buried ??, former resident of Trimble Co., born Owen Co., KY, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Hammon, survived by widow SUSIE (ALEXANDER) HAMMON, and ch., Lawrence, Mrs. Hannah Stephenson, Gabe, Mardia: Angus B. and Barker Hammon. 2 ch. dec'd.

HAMMONS, Lula, 67, Bedford died 14 May 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. 16 Aug 1876, d/o John F. and Ellen Hardin Wiley. Data from funeral record. (Lula was wife of LLOYD HAMMONS.)

HAMMONS, Randall S., 76, Pleasant Retreat died 7 Mar 1937, buried Moffett Cem., Survived by 5 dau., Mrs. James Kelley, Mrs. Knoble Lynch, Mrs. Arthur Luse, Mrs. Leonard Kelley, Mrs. Clarence Shaddy and a son, James Hammons.

HAMMONS, Marjorie Laverne, 1 year, died 26 Jan 1946, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 2 Dec 1945 d/o Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hammons. Leaves 2 sis. Alice Marie, and Nancy Lewellen, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hammons and W. C. McCane.

HAMMONS, Roberta June, 6 mo., died 2 Feb 1940, bur. Moffett Cem. b. 21 Jul 1939, d/o Owen E. and Daisy Ellen Hammons. Data from funeral record.

HAMPTON, Harvey M., 68, died 13 Mar 1949, bur. IOOF Carrollton, b. Carroll Co., s/o late Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Hampton. Surv. by wife, NANNY (WILLIS) HAMPTON of Hunter's Bottom, 2 sons Ernest and Flournoy Hampton, daughter Mrs. W. C. Baltzell, 3 sisters Misses Mary and Ella Hampton and Mrs. M. E. Garber, and a bro. Walton L. Hampton. Note: Walter L. Hampton on other obituaries instead of Walton. L. Hampton.

HAMPTON, M. C. (Moore,) 82, Hunter's Bottom died 27 Nov 1932, buried IOOF Carrollton d/o Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Moore, widow of Dr. S. E. HAMPTON.

HAMPTON, M. J., Sr., 70, (Moses Jackson,) North Madison, IN died 20 Feb 1947, buried IOOF Carrollton, b. Carroll Co., eldest s/o Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Hampton. Surv. by widow, the former RUBY FISHER of Trimble Co., son, Rev. M. J. Hampton, Jr., a dau. Ruby East Hampton, sisters, Misses Mary and Ella Hampton and Mrs. M. E. Garber, 2 bro. Harvey M. and Walter L.

HANCOCK, Carrie, 1 mo., Hunter's Bottom died 19 Nov 1928, buried Lutheran Cem. b. 24 Oct 1928, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hancock.

HANCOCK, Claude Combs, 77, died 9 May 1946, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 2 Apr 1869, s/o late Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Hancock, m. 24 Mar 1890 to TOMMIE GREENWOOD, 2 ch. Bonnie, who died in infancy and Mrs. Charles B. Cook who surv. 2nd m. in 1926 to HALLIE CALLIS. Survived by 2 sis. Mrs. Jessie K. Jackson and Mrs. Virgie Tandy, a bro. V. Y. Hancock. Claude was a former Mail Carrier on R. # 3, he lived all his life in Bedford.

HANCOCK, Elizabeth McCarty, ca 70 died ca 23 Jan 1939, bur. Greendale Cem., Indianapolis, IN, born and reared in Trimble Co. m. JESSE HANCOCK who surv. with 2 sons Guy and Latty Hancock, a bro. and sis. Charles and Mattie McCarty.

HANCOCK, Dr. F. W. (Floyd,) 55, Bedford died 16 Apr 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 15 Aug 1875, s/o Dr. J. C. and Mrs. Kate Yager Hancock, married Mar 1899, to AMY GREENWOOD, who survives, 2 sons, J. C.(Jesse) and Everett Hancock, 2 brothers, Claude C. and Victor Hancock, 2 sisters, Mrs. W. R. Jackson and Mrs. E. W. Tandy.

HANCOCK, Jimmie, (James Wilbur,) 7, Bedford died 19 Nov 1945, bur. IOOF IOOF Bedford. b. 21 Apr 1938, s/o J. C. and Arvie Register Hancock. Data from funeral record.

HANCOCK, John, 65, Trimble Co. died 7 Jun 1932, buried IOOF Carrollton, b. 22 Nov 1866, youngest s/o Louis and Martha Hancock, wife, LUTIE WEBSTER HANCOCK died ca 25 yrs, survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Uffie Henry and Miss Ollie Mae Hancock.

HANCOCK, Kate (Yager,) 86, died 5 Jun 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, born 7 Dec 1843, Floydsburg, KY, d/o Dr. Sanford and Lucinda Yager, widow of late Dr. J. C. HANCOCK, m. 1865. 9 children: 5 survive, C. C., Dr. F. W., V. Y. Hancock, Mrs. W. R. Jackson, Mrs. E. W. Tandy, 3 daughters, Jennie, Lula and Hallie died in infancy, Ernest died 20 Nov 1924.

HANCOCK, Leonard Wayne, 19 mo., died 11 Jun 1944, buried IOOF Bedford b. 25 Oct 1942, s/o Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hancock. Surv. by parents, sis. Joan, bro. James Wilbur Hancock, grandmothers Mrs. Amy Hancock, Mrs. Amie Register.

HANCOCK, Lucy Ann Ball, 65, died 5 Feb 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 24 Jan 1877 in Trimble Co., (d/o William and Lucy Wise Ball.) m. 24 Mar 1902 to VICTOR Y. HANCOCK, he and 3 dau. surv., Mrs. Alfred Jones, Mrs. Drew Newman and Mrs. Tyra Brooks, 2 brothers Joe and Rucker Ball.

HANCOCK, Tillman, 80, Patton's Creek died 19 Jan 1929, buried Sligo ?? 2 daughters survive, Mrs. Howard Ford and Mrs. William Ford.

HANDLON, Isiah, ca 60, Madison, IN died 3 Mar 1935, buried Moffett Cemetery, survived by 3 children. Note: Isiah m. DORA E. LITER. (Jessie, Andrew and Bessie,)

HANDLON, James W., 80, Trimble Co. died 6 Mar 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 24 Feb 1851, s/o Mathias and Mary Handlon, wife MARY E. HARMON HANDLON dec'd. 13 years ago, 10 ch., 8 survive, Cilious, Dalton, Shelly, Virgil, Kelly Handlon, Gracie Calloway, Ethel Gatewood and Ada Gammons.

HANDLON, John W., 82, Fisher Ridge died 19 May 1936, buried Moffett Cem., born and reared in Carroll Co., KY, a resident of Trimble Co., many years, Survived by 2 sons, Ed and Rollie Handlon, dau., Mrs. James Richmond.

HANDLON, Joseph, 19, between Bedford and Milton died 7 / 8 Dec 1940, buried Moffett Cemetery s/o Rollie Handlon, b. Trimble Co. 31 Jan 1921, surv. by parents, 5 sis. Mrs. Eliza Brownwell, Mrs. Clara Freeman, Mrs. Vera Leach, Mrs. Louise Richmond. The other sisters name not given, 3 bro. Everitt, Henry and James Handlon.

HANDLON, Letha, 30, Madison, IN died 11 Feb 1928, buried Moffett Cem., (b. 20 Feb 1897) d/o Late Benjamin Wingham and (Virginia Perry Wingham,) Milton, KY. Note: Letha was wife of ANDREW HANDLON, he died 25 Mar 1962.

HANDLON, Margaret Fisher, 19, Spring Creek died 10 Aug 1933, buried Moffett Cem., b. 31 Dec 1914 in Clay Co., KY, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fisher, m. 15 Aug 1930, to DORA EDWARD HANDLON, who survives, 2 children, age 2 and 15 days, 5 sisters, Mrs. Henry Gragg, Mrs. Andy Handlon, Mrs. Dan Ponder, Mrs. Clarence Clark and Laura Fisher, 3 brothers, Leslie, J. B. and Robert Fisher.

HANDLON, Prentis M., 72, died 29 May 1942, buried? funeral at Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 10 Nov 1869, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. Mathias Handlon. He was from a family of 9 children of which only 4 survive. He was a veteran of the Spanish?American War.

HANDLON, Virgil, (ca 56,) Norewood, OH died 16 Jul 1943, buried ? He leaves widow KIZZIE CALLOWAY HANDLON, 3 dau. Mrs. Vivian Clement, Mrs. Doris Whitaker and Miss Dorothy and son Virgil Handlon, Jr.

HARDESTY, Alwilde J., 72, Southport, __, died 15 Jul 1942, Born near Bedford. She had resided in Southport since 1897, surv. by husband, Elmo Hardesty, 2 dau. Mrs. John Brewer and Mrs. Edwin Eller, 2 sons Omer Yager, a son by a previous mar. and Eugene Hardesty, 1 bro. Jesse Hancock.

HARDESTY, Sydney Hancock Yager, 70, Indianapolis, IN died ca 15 Jul 1942, interred 17 July b. Trimble Co., in early live m. JAKE YAGER who died several years ago, 1 dau. Vera Yager, m. 2nd ELMER HARDESTY who survives, 1 son and 1 dau. to this union, 1 bro., Jesse Hancock also survives.

HARDING, Mrs. N. B. __, Indpls. died 7 or 8 Mar 1932, buried Indianapolis, d/o late Mr. Robert Chandler, Corn Creek, survived by husband, a daughter, Mrs. Ernest Barnes, and a brother Mr. Pliny Chandler. Note: Her name is given as Mrs. Ida Harding in her brother, Alfred's obit.

HARMON, Christopher Columbus 75, died 18 Jul 1935, buried Campbellsburg Cem., born 14 Jul 1860, s/o George and Mary H. Harmon, m. AMANDA GAMMONS in 1882, 8 children, 4 survive, George Harmon, Mrs. Lillie Cooper, Mrs. Bell Cumming and Mrs. Ida Law. 2nd m. to MRS. THURSIE (CALENDER) EGTON. He is also survived by a brother.

HARMON, Cynthia Lehue, 78, died Sunday 8 Jun 1930, Turner's Station, burial there. Survived by son Mannie Harmon, 3 sisters, Mrs. Martha Hartman, Mrs. Mahala Ford and Miss Cordia Lehue, 1 brother J. B. Lehue. Her husband was FRANCIS M. HARMON.

HARMON, Douglas D. "Doug," 28 died 27 Nov 1947, buried IOOF West Bedford, b. near Bedford, 8 Nov 1919, youngest s/o Victor and Mattie Morgan Harmon, He was in service about 4 years during W W II. Survived by parents, 4 bro. P. C. "Bud", Otis S., W. B. "Johnny", Wm. H. "Jack" Harmon, 3 sis. Mrs. J. E. Patterson, Mrs. Robert Mann and Jane Harmon.

HARMON, James, 17, Beech Grove died 1 Nov 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Harmon, survived by parents, sister, Meredith, and 3 brothers, (Kenneth and Keith, twins, and Loman Harmon.)

HARMON, Mary Alice, 76 died 13 Jul 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 7 Dec 1870, d/o late Will and Elizabeth Curry Whitaker. A school teacher in Trimble Co. before her m. to the late N. J. HARMON. 3 ch. Hurley Harmon, Mrs. Irene Ralston and Mrs. Kay Yeager, 1 sis. Mrs. Charles Hays, 2 bro. Ora and Sherman Whitaker. Preceded by a son Booster, a bro. and 2 sisters.

HARMON, (Mary Lee Foster, 32,) Milton died 4 Mar 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, Survived by husband, Lloyd Harmon, and 5 small dau., (b. 10 May 1906, d/o A. J. Foster, sister to Raymond and Syrena Foster. From school census.)

HARMON, Mary (Louvicie) Fisher, 64 died 14 Nov 1941, buried Mt. Carmel Cemetery, d/o Franklin Pierce Stockdale and the late Martha Jane (Spillman) Stockdale, b. 16 Sep 1877. Ca 1894 m. FRANK FISHER who died several years ago, 1 child Mrs. Harry (Lillie) Harmon, m. 2nd to LAFE HARMON who died 1938, no ch. Survived by dau. 1 sis. Mrs. Alf (Mary) Wright, brothers Frank, Murvin and Raymond Stockdale.

HARMON, Newton Jasper, 76, Bedford died 8 Apr 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 18/23 Mar 1864, (s/o Albert and Margaret Crafton Harmon,) m. 29 May 1897 to MARY WHITAKER who survives, 4 children, Hurley, William "Booster" Harmon, Mrs. Kay Yeager and Mrs. Irene Ralston.

HARMON, Richard Gathright, nearly 67, South of Milton died 17 Jan 1931, burial Moffett Cem. Survived by widow, (ELIZABETH RICHMOND called "Granny Harmon,) 3 sons, Leonard, Ray and Giltner Harmon, sisters, Mrs. Leota McCutcheon, Mrs. M. D. Alexander, Mrs. J. O. Alexander, Mrs. C. O. Kendall, Mrs. J. W. Peak, brothers, Victor, Walter and Clarence Harmon. (1 sis., Mrs. Jasper Newton (Docia) Gammons, dec'd. Feb 1913.)

HARMON, Roberta June, 6 months, died 2 Feb 1940, buried Moffett Cemetery, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Owen Harmon, grandfather Edward Adams.

HARMON, Walter Lee, 57, East of Bedford died 27 Apr 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, born in Trimble Co., 31 Jul 1877, m. ZORA GRACE CUTSHAW, 16 Dec 1902, 3 ch. who survive with widow, Mrs. William Willoughby, Miss Kathleen and W. L. Harmon, 5 sis., Mrs. M. D. (Flora E.) Alexander, Mrs. James (Fanny) Alexander, Mrs. Leota McCutcheon, Mrs. J. W. Peak and Mrs. Neice Kendall, 2 brothers, Clarence and Victor Harmon. (Dates on stone 1876 - 1934.)

HARMON, Wheeler, 23, Union Grove died 22 Oct 1939, buried Carmel Cem. s/o Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harmon who surv. wife, MARTHA MADDOX HARMON, 5 bros. Elmer, Calvin, Gaines, Marcus D. and Harold J. Harmon, 3 sis. Mary Ruth, Florence Nell and Joan Harmon, grandmother Luvesa Harmon.

HARMON, William Albert, "Buster," 41, Bedford died 15 Jan 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 23 Sep 1900, s/o Mrs. Mary (Whitaker) Harmon and the late Newton J. Harmon. Surv. by bro. Hurley Harmon, 2 sis. Mrs. Irene Ralston and Mrs. Kay Yeager. Note: Buster or Booster Harmon?

HARSIN, Elma Reba, 41, died 12 Jan 1945, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Carroll Co., 27 Feb 1903, d/o late (Robert King and Dollie Alexander King.) m. 12 Jul 1920 to HOBERT HARSIN, 12 ch., 10 living, Thurman Giltner, Robert Leon, Norman Franklin, Alvin Durlin, Jarol Dannie, Reba Lois, Alton Delano, Jack and Margaret Ann Harson, her mother, 2 sis. Mrs. Elmer Fisher and Mrs. Henry Scholey. Deceased ch. a son Kenneth Hobert who died 3 years ago and a baby boy b. 12 Jan at time of her death.

HARSIN, Kenneth Hobert, 20 died 28 May 1942, (buried Moffett Cemetery, s/o Hobert and Elma King Harsin,) of Hunter's Bottom, b. Madison, IN, 29 Jun 1922, surv. by parents, 8 brothers and sisters Thurman, Robert, Norman, Alvin, Jarol, Alton, Jackie and Reba Lois Harsin.

HAWKINS, Baby girl, 4 days, died 2 Aug 1943, buried Holsclaw burying ground, d/o Mr. and Mrs. John Hawkins of Canip, b. 29 Jul 1943.

HAWKINS, Deliah, 1 hour died 5 Dec 1943, d/o John and Laura Johnson Hawkins. Data from funeral record.

HAWKINS, Nathanial William, 9 months, died 27 Jan 1940, Canip, bur. Holsclaw graveyard, s/o Mr. and Mrs. John Hawkins, b. 22 Apr 1939.

HAWKINS, Stephen, 66, Knightstown, IN died 19 Mar 1928, bur ??, former resident of Trimble Co., married.

HAYDEN, Ella Dunn, 82, Eminence, KY died 23 Jan 1938, buried there, former resident of Milton. Her husband JIMMIE HAYDEN deceased, her son, Walter Hayden died about 4 years ago. Survived by grandson, Albert Hayden.

HAYDEN, Katherine, 26, Henry Co. KY died 19 Jun 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, b.

22 Jul 1901, d/o E. B. McCain of Bedford, m. 6 Mar 1924, to CECIL HAYDEN, son, Jean Bartlett Hayden, half?bro. and sister Charlie and Mary Louise McCain.

HAYES, Harrison __, near Crestwood, KY. In paper of 11 Jul 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, former resident of Trimble Co., in Hickory Grove community, Survived by dau.

HEADY, George H., ca 76, died 16 Jul 1931, buried Ghent, KY, former resident of Palmyra, survived by wife (MATTIE B.,) 1 daughter, Elizabeth Heady, brother, Owen Heady, sister, Mrs. David Rice.

HEADY, Mattie Bell, 89, died 17 Mar 1948, buried Mt. Carmel Cem., b. 20 Aug 1858, 1st m. to LON BRIGHT, 2 ch. Leslie Bright and dau. died in infancy, 2nd m. to GEORGE HEADY. Preceded by husband, 2 bro. and 5 sisters.

HEATH, G. P., George,) 76, south of Bedford died 15 Jan 1942, bur. IOOF West Bedford, b. Carroll Co. 26 Sep 1865, m. 24 Dec 1890 to JOSIE MILLER, who died 16 years ago, 1 son Robert Heath, m. 2nd to MRS. LEONA TANDY COLBERT. In his younger days Mr. Heath and his brother William, ran a ferryboat on the Kentucky River between Carrollton and Prestonsville.

HEATH, Leona Colbert, ca 68, died 15 May 1944, buried IOOF Bedford, m. WILL COLBERT, who died, m. 2nd to G. P. HEATH who died 1942. Survived by sisters Mrs. Nannie Morris and Mrs. Henry Head, brother Jack Tandy.

HENRY, Bettie __, Madison Hospital died 1 Feb 1933, buried Moffett Cem., wife of G. B. HENRY. Note: Buried on P. H. Hamilton lot.

HENRY, Lenora Thompson, 70, died 16 Dec 1944, buried _______ ? d/o Robert E. and Emma Thompson, youngest of 12 ch., m. 12 May 1890 to JOHN W. HENRY, 9 children, 2 died in infancy, living are Mrs. Tony Westrick, Mrs. George Keller, Mrs. Paul Coghill, Mrs. George McIntire, Forrest, Uffie and Conley Henry. 3 bro. John, Albert and William Thompson, sister, Emma Banks.

HEROD, Mary, (86,) Chicago, IL died 15 Dec 1938, buried Kansas. Born 13 Sep 1852, d/o J. W. and Nancy Dunn Clem, m. DORA HEROD of Colombus, IN and moved to Chanute, Kansas, Dora died some 20 years ago. 5 children, all survive, 1 sister, Mrs. Nannie Hixon, only one of 10 children left.

HERR, Frank M., 58, Interred 4 Dec 1945, IOOF Bedford, b. Shomakin, PA, 30 Jul 1887, m. 1911 to EMMA DAWSON who died several yrs ago, 1 son in Navy in Calif. m. 5 Aug 1922 to MRS. BESSIE STANLEY HUDSON, 2 dau. Betty and Lena Herr, also surv. by 2 bro. E. B. and Alfred Herr, 1 sis. Mrs. John Noll, step?dau. Mrs. John J. Fletcher. Frank had been a resident of Trimble Co. for the last 8 years.

HEVELINE, George, 79, Madison, IN died 27 Sep 1942, bur. Olive Branch Cem. in Indiana. b. Madison, s/o George and Catherine Heveline, m. CLARA I. MILLER on 28 Jun 1899, wife survives and a bro. John Heveline.

HEVELINE, John Paul, 84, died 15 Mar 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, born Jefferson Co., IN, 30 Jul 1858, s/o late George and Kathryn Heveline, (father born Germany,) wife, the former GEORGIA WILSON preceded him 17 years ago, 6 children Frank M., George, Mrs. Bertha Meyers, Mrs. Hurley Alexander, Mrs. Roy Conn and Mrs. Monroe Purvis. A bro. George died last Sept. 2 sisters died several years ago. Note: Other records have his wife GEORGIA CONNOR not WILSON.

HILL, A. G., (Alphus G.,) 79, Little Kentucky died 6 Jul 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 17 Oct 1859, s/o late James M. and Martha Frances Hill, m. to DOLLIE LATTY, 11 Jun 1895, 1 son Norman L. Hill, 3 brothers and 2 sisters dec'd.

HILL, O. R. (Orlanda,) 71, South of Bedford died 6 Feb 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, survived by widow, ELLA PERKINSON HILL, 2 daughters, Mary Blanche and Martha Frances Hill, brother, A. G. Hill, sis., Mrs. Bettie Morgan.

HILL, William Newton, 79, Campbellsburg died 22 Mar 1934, buried there, born in Trimble Co., KY 23 Nov 1854, m. MARY ETTA BRENT, 26 Feb 1885, she preceded him, survived by 2 children, Jaunita L. and James M. Hill, 2 brothers, A. G. and O. R. Hill, a sister, Mrs Bettie Morgan.

HISLE, Bettie Wright, 85, Jericho, Henry Co., Ky died 5 Jun 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, The eldest child of N. B. and Elizabeth Wright, m. JOHN HISLE, who died July 1916, 2 children, Allie and Oscar Hisle, the later dec'd. Survived by 3 brothers, George, Alex and Charlie Wright, 2 sisters, Mrs. Mary Moore and Mrs. Newton McAllister.

HISLE, William H., 85, Mayslick, KY. In paper of 23 Oct 1930, buried Springdale Cem., lived near Milton for many yrs. m. Miss Abbott, d/o late Capt. John M. Abbott, he was father of the late J. Clarence Hisle of Madison, IN.

HOAGLAND, Barney G., 88, died 12 Jul 1932 at home of dau. in Kansas City, buried ?? former resident of Trimble Co. He was an Uncle of Elder W. B. Snyder, brother?in?law of Mrs. James Strother.

HOFFMAN, Harold Eugene, 17 mo. died 20 Mar 1930, buried ??, s/o Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffman. b. 2 Oct 1928, 2 brothers, Elwood and William, Jr.

HOFFMAN, Louis J., 54, Indianapolis, IN DIED 2 Jun 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, survived by wife, MONA LYNCH HOFFMAN, d/o Joe Lynch, 2 children, Mrs. Harold Cadle and William Hoffman of Trimble Co.

HOLCOMB, Ed, (Edward Jasper,) 61 died 4 Feb 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Feb 1880, (s/o Albert and Margarete Tyra Holcomb) m. 22 Dec 1909 to NANNIE BELL, who survives, no children, 1 bro. William Holcomb.

HOLCOMB, Lillian Thompson, 78, near Milton died 2 Oct 1948, bur. Moffett Cem., (b. 18 Aug 1870,) d/o Robert Chandler and Emma Thompson, b. Ohio, moved to Mich. when a young girl where she taught school for a while, later returning to Ohio where she m. RALPH HOLCOMB. They both taught school in Ohio and Indiana before moving to farm in Trimble Co.,KY. Survived by husband, a son THOMPSON HOLCOMB, 2 brothers Chan and Homer Thompson. Preceded by sis. Mrs. George Conway, also a dau.

HOLCOMB, Rosella, 67, died 27 Sep 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o late John Henry and Georgia Ann Leatherman, m. May 1940 to WILLIS HOLCOMB. Surv. by husband, a sister Mrs. George Skidmore. Her funeral was at Antioch Church. (On tombstone it is William and Rosie Holcomb.

HOLDERFIELD, Bartholmew A., ca 74, Madison, IN died 26 Jan 1929, buried IOOF Bedford never married, 1 brother, L. C. Holderfield.

HOLDERFIELD, Fannie, (74,) Louisville, KY died Dec 1935, interred 27 Dec 1935, Moffett Cemetery. A former resident of Trout Bottom on Spring Creek, widow of the late James Holderfield, who died 19 Feb 1927. Survived by several children among whom are Mrs. Fritz Burkhardt and Dr. Gus Holderfield.

HOLDERFIELD, J. A., 57, West Virginia died ca 4 Dec 1940, b. 14 Oct 1883, Campbell Co. coming to Trimble Co., KY when about 11 years old. Attended school here later becoming a teacher. He was also a practicing physician for several years. In Oct 1935 he m. LOIS TRENT, 1 son James Holderfield, wife and son survive.

HOLDERFIELD, Laura, 78, Madison, IN died 11 Mar 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, born Ohio, resided near Cincinnati before moving to Trimble Co. Survived by husband, LOUIS C HOLDERFIELD, 4 children, Mrs. Euphemia Cross, Mrs. Allie Willis, Mrs. Roy Joyce and Mrs. D. P. Rowlett. Son, Clarence died several years ago.

HOLDERFIELD, Louis C., 89 died 6 Aug 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, died at home of daughter Mrs. Allie F. Willis. Surv. by Mrs. Willis, Mrs. Phema Cross, Mrs. D. P. Rowlett and Mrs. Roy Joyce. Wife died 11 Mar 1936.

HOLLAND, Norma Jean, 2 yrs, 7 mo., Poplar Ridge died Ca 2 Feb 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Luther Holland, survived by parents and a sister.

HOLMES, Dr. B. L., 71, Carrollton, KY died 3 Jul 1937, buried same, native of Trimble Co., s/o Collins C. and Mahaley Smoot Holmes, survived by wife, ELIZABETH SANDERS HOLMES, son, Philip C., sister, Mrs. Myra Button.

HOLMES, Titus, 90, Bedford died 7 Sep 1936, buried IOOF Bedford. Survived by 1 dau., Mrs. Grover Mahan, 1 brother, Dr. B. L. Holmes of Carrollton. 1 sister, Mrs. Myra Button.

HOLSCLAW, Barney Gilbert, 77 died 18 Aug 1947, bur. Cicero, IN, b. near Milton, 19 Nov 1869, s/o John Wesley and Margret Wilson Holsclaw, m. 13 Sep 1892 to FLORENCE BEATRICE WOOD, who surv. with 2 sons Alvin W. and Jack Holsclaw, 3 dau. Mrs. Leslie Bird, Mrs. M. L. Staton and Mrs. Oscar Hardesty. Preceded by ch. J. B. and Herman, sis. Mrs. Jennie Neal.

HOLSCLAW, Frank, 66, Kent, IN died 9 Jan 1939, bur. Pleasant View Cem. (Carmel.) Native of Trimble Co., s/o late Elijah Holsclaw, for many years a resident of Carmel neighborhood. Surv. by 2 brothers James and Ira Holsclaw, 2 sisters Mrs. Frank Chitwood and Mrs. Clara Cavitt.

HOLSCLAW, Herman, 12, Carmel died 15 Oct 1928, buried Cicero, IN, s/o Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Holsclaw, 2 brothers, Alvin and Jack Holsclaw, 3 sisters, Mrs. Gladys Ford, Mrs. Leslie Bird and Dorothy Holsclaw.

HOLSCLAW, James Barney, 16, Carmel died 4 Aug 1928, buried Cicero, IN, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Barney G. Holsclaw, 3 sis., Mrs. Leslie Bird, Mrs. Gladys Ford and Dorothy, 3 brothers, Alvin, J. W. and Herman Holsclaw.

HOLSCLAW, Sallie Jenkins, 78, Indianapolis, IN interred 10 Aug 1947, Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co. 15 Apr 1869, d/o Mary E. and Mathias A. Jenkins, m. 15 Mar 1899 to WILLIAM S. HOLSCLAW, he died 4 Jun 1905,(1903 on stone) 2 ch. Andrew B. Holsclaw, Ark. and Goldie E. Piercefield, Indpls. 1 sis. Mrs. Annie McMartin, and a bro. Willard Jenkins. Preceded by 2 brothers Frank M. and Thurman Jenkins.

HOLSTINE, Miss Emma Burton, 79 died 22 Apr 1939, buried Springdale Cem., Madison, IN. A lifelong resident of Milton, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. John Holstine, a teacher in Milton for about 15 years. Surv. by sister Mrs. Ed Caplinger, a brother Dan Holstine.

HOLSTINE, Miss Mahala, 80, Milton died 7 Aug 1932, buried Springdale Cem. Madison, IN d/o late John Holstine, b. Trimble Co., 9 Jul 1852, 2 sisters, Miss Emma Holstine and Mrs. Edward Caplinger.

HOOD, Caroline Harden Logan, 77, died 25 Dec 1940, bur. IOOF West Bedford, b. Middle Creek, d/o late William and Martha Orr Hardin, a teacher for 11 years before m. 26 Feb 1893 to late W. R. LOGAN, 2 children, m. 2nd 7 May 1904 to C. W. HOOD (He died 24 Mar 1909.) Survived by 5 children, Miss Louise B. Logan, Mrs. W. R. Sanders, Mrs. Joe Greenwood, Charles W. and Keith H. Hood, another dau. Mary died in infancy, 1 sis. Mrs. W. C. Bain, the last of a family of 10 ch., Mrs. Hood was Superintendent of Trimble Co., Schools from 1913 ? 1927.

HOOD, J. Bryan, 35, West VA died 1 Jun 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Bedford, 31 Jan 1897, s/o late Charles W. and Julia Bare Hood, went to WV in Sep 1921, m. 21 Oct 1922 MISS MARY BRIAN JACKSON, who survives, 1 son Charles Brian Hood, 5 yrs old. a sis. Mrs. Joe Greenwood, 2 bro., Keith and Charles H. Hood. (J.Bryan Hood was a school teacher,)

HOOD, Mary J., 84, Wise's Landing died 19 Jun 1942, buried Macedonia Cemetery, she leaves 4 children, Bert Hood, Mrs. R. S. Jones, Mrs. Ed Adams and Mrs. John Sterling. Mary Elizabeth Hood, name in funeral rec. (Mary, nee Hill, widow of DANIEL HOOD.)

HOOD, Riley, 84, New Hope died 16 Jul 1935, buried Moffett Cemetery, son of Allen and Mary Hood, 5 children, Shelby, Wilbur, Mrs. Bettie Wentworth, Mrs. James Hudson and Mrs. Ada Law. Note: Riley Hood m. Mary Richmond.

HOOD, William, 83, Miller's Branch died 14 Sep 1933, Bethel burying ground, Survived by wife (NANCY E. BREWER HOOD,) 2 ch., Ona Hood and Mrs. Addie Varble, bro., Riley Hood, a sis. ____.

HORINE, Etta Kendall, 57, Hanover, IN died 27 Sep 1941, buried IOOF Bedford, in 1901 m. RICHARD HORINE, 11 children who survive, 2 brothers Jesse and Howard Kendall, 1 sister Mrs. Cleve Colbert.

HORINE, James Morton, 66, North of Bedford DIED 8 Jul 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late Alexander and Lavinia Horine, b. 1 Mar 1869, m. ROSIE JEFFRIES, deceased, m. 2nd MRS. SCISLEY (BARNES) DEAN, who survives, 5 children, Alec, William, Irvin, Mrs. Clifford Gossom and Mrs. Wilbur Duncan. Also several brothers and sisters, names not given.

HORINE, Lavinia, almost 86, Bedford died 1 Jan 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, a native of Jassamine Co., m. to A. P. HORINE (Alexander P. 1841?1909.) Survived by children, Mrs. Lena Stanley, Mrs. Tilford Corman, Mrs. Carl Pierce, Mrs. Lucien Wheeler, James and Chester Horine.

HORTON, James Frank, 64, Liberty died 23 May 1931, buried Moffett, b. Switzerland Co.,IN, 11 Dec 1866, 2 ch., Survived, Herbert Horton and Mrs. Harry Stephenson, 1 brother L. E. Horton, 2 sisters Mrs. Ollie Snooks and Mrs. Ida Morgan.

HOSLEY, Elva Gatewood, 55, C'Burg died 16 Dec 1937, buried Campbellsburg, moved from Trimble Co in 1924, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gatewood, b. 8 May 1882, m. LEWIS HOSLEY, in 1902, survived by parents, husband, dau., Mrs. Lillian Goodwin, 1 son, Fred Hosley, 2 sis., Mrs. Millie Perkinson and Mrs. Will Crammer.

HOSLEY, John, 83, died 6 Oct 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o John and Matilda Hosley, b. 14 Jun 1854, m. 14 Feb 1883 to NANNIE MIKESELL, surviving are 2 daughters, Mrs. Matilda Staples and Mrs. Mary Lawson. Preceded by daughter Mrs. Stella McLaughlin (McGlocklin.) His wife died 19 July 1936.

HOSLEY, Lucille Ellen, 4, Milton died 16 Mar 1928, buried Moffett Cem., d/o Mrs. Franie Hosley.

HOSLEY, Nannie (Mikesell,) 72, died 19 Jul 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, Survived by husband, John Hosley and 2 daughters, Mrs. Ras Staples and Mrs. Sam Lawson.

HOSLEY, Willetta Ann Hackney, 84, Emenince, KY died 8 Mar 1947, buried there. b. 14 Oct 1862, d/o Francis C. and Mary Jane Hackney, m. 17 Aug 1881 to WILLIAM M. HOSLEY and resided in Trimble Co. ca 46 years. Surviving are Mrs. Lydie Hosley and Mrs. Ruth Lewis. (Are they ch. or sis.)? Preceded by 2 ch. Lillie Estel and Hallie Albright, a sister Mrs. Frank (Amanda) Gatewood.

HOTFIL, Casper Henry, 75, Hunter's Bottom died 11 Sep 1939, bur. Lutheran Cemetery, b. 8 Sep 1864, Dueingdorf, Pro. Hanover, Germany. m. LENA KRUSE, 1 son William Hotfil. Wife Lenna is a sister of Casper Kruse.

HOTFIL, Lena, 72, Hunter's Bottom died 31 Oct 1939, buried Lutheran Cemetery, born Hamburg, Germany 20 Mar 1867, (d/o Casper and Lene Niehouse Kruse) husband Henry Hotfil died 7 weeks ago, survived by son William Hotfil, 1 brother Casper Kruse.

HUDSON, Effie Jackson, 56, Mt. Pleasant died 26 Aug 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., Corn Creek area, 23 May 1884, (d/o William and Margarite Young Jackson.) m. 28 Nov 1906 to DELL HUDSON. No ch. reared a nephew William Hudson. Surv. by husband, 4 brothers Ed, Charlie, Harry and Tab Jackson.

HUDSON, Fletcher W., 76, Poplar Ridge died 11 Sep 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, born 25 Jul 1858, s/o late Rev. Allen and Nancy Hudson, m. 20 Oct 1880 to ELIZABETH JANE BARNES, wife and 3 of their 7 children, preceded him, Emmett, Bernard and Emma Gladys, 4 survive, Mrs. Joe Coombs, Mrs. Oscar Ogden, Dell and K. G. Hudson. 4 sisters, Mrs. Dollie Willis, Mrs. Beecher Joyce, Mrs. Mattie Barnes and Mrs. J. B. Joyce.

HUFF, Chester Arthur, 60, died 31 Mar 1944, bur. Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co. 19 Jul 1883. Taught school in Trimble Co., for 22 yrs. Was a toll collector on the Milton-Madison Bridge at the time of death. He was s/o late John W. and Rachel Sharp Huff. Surv. by 2 sis. Mrs. Jane Clifford and Mrs. Emma Woods. Preceded by a sis. Carry and a bro. Will Huff.

HUFF, Elizabeth Frances, 77, Pleasant Retreat died 28 Jan 1931, buried Moffett Cem. (nee Elizabeth Frances Perkinson,) b. 8 Apr 1853, widow of JAMES MADISON HUFF, dec'd. 11 yrs ago, daughter, Mrs. L. M. (Birdie Mae) Barnes, step?son, Mr. Tina Huff, sis. Mrs. Lina Jackson.

HUFF, John William, 57, Leeport died 18 Feb 1933, buried Moffett Cem. b. 21 Mar 1875, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. John W. Huff, Survived by widow, IDA HOWARD HUFF, bro. Prof. Chester Huff, 2 sis., Mrs. Dan Wood and Mrs. Alonzo Clifford.

HUFF, Tiny (James T.,) 79, Bedford died 1 Dec 1944, buried Moffett Cem. b. 8 Mar 1865. Data from funeral record.

HUGHES, Anna Eliza, 72, Madison, IN died 12 Jan 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, b. and reared in Trimble Co., d/o Mr. and Mrs. James Kendall, husband, LEE HUGHES, and 2 adopted ch., Lucian Hughes and Mrs. Clarence Welty survive.

HUGHES, Emmett Lee, 70, north of Bedford died 18 Dec 1948, buried IOOF Carrollton. He was ex?tax commissioner of Trimble Co. s/o late George and Anna Callis Hughes, b. 12 Apr 1878, Trimble Co. in the "Old Callis neighborhood." He was left an orphan at an early age and was taken into the home of grandfather W. W. Callis until his death, he then lived with uncles W. N. and R. E. Callis. He m. 14 May 1906 to LENA T. FORD of Carroll Co. ch. Mrs. Mary Ann Stevens and Marvin Hughes, they survive.

HUGHES, Lee, 67, died Wheatley, KY died 20 Feb 1940, at home of bro,, bur. IOOF Bedford, a former resident of Trimble Co. b. 18 Aug 1872, s/o late Jack and Mattie Hughes, m. ELIZA MITCHELL now deceased, he leaves a brother James Hughes, a half?brother George Hughes.

HUGHES, Ollie Jane Alexander, 82, died 4 Sep 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Carroll Co. 18 Feb 1854, m. 26 Feb 1874 to ANDREW J. HUGHES, (dec'd. 1915,) 3 ch., Mrs. Ella Peak, Mrs. Tommie Chandler and William H. Hughes, 3 sisters, Mrs. Susie Hammon, Mrs. Jennie Wiseman and Mrs. Marshie Chatham. (Ollie Jane was d/o Merady and Permelia Smith Alexander.)

HUNDLEY, Thomas, 63, Monrouia, Calif. died 28 May 1943, s/o Jerry and Betty Hundley of Trimble Co. Surv. by wife, father, 2 half-brothers Billy and Ovie Callis of Sligo, 4 half?sis. Mrs. Della Motley, Mrs. Laura Morgan, Mrs. Anna Jones and Mrs. Jenny Callis. Thomas was a veteran of the Spanish-American War.

HUNTER, Charlie D., 65, Bedford died 25 Nov 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 1869, (s/o Henry and Martha Hunter,) at age 24, m. NANNIE QUINLEY, 7 ch., 5 survive, Mrs. Harry Eavren, Mrs. Docia Mount, Mrs. Elbert Dorsey, Mrs. Clarence Gibson, and Mrs. Justin Litzelman. 5 brothers, Will, Benjamin, Richard, Frank and Tandy P. Hunter, 3 sisters, Mrs. Effie Moore, Mrs. L. E. Tingle and Miss Laura Hunter.

HUNTER, Fred, 70 died 30 Jan 1949, buried IOOF West Bedford, (born 16 Jun 1878,) s/o late Will and Malissa (Stark) Hunter. Survived by 4 brothers, Shirley, Grover, Berry and Lee Hunter, 2 sisters Naomi McEndre and Mrs. Minnie Beetem.

HUNTER, Harley, (ca 42,) Sulphur died 2 Mar 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, born and reared in Trimble Co. s/o Ben O. and Mattie Hunter, m. Mar 1945 to MRS. ETHEL MITCHELL who survives with son, aged father, a brother Roy Hunter, sis. Mrs. Addie Louden and 7 step?children.

HUNTER, Ida Bell, 37, near Bedford died 21 Jun 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 6 Jun 1891, d/o Amos Miller who survives, married 30 Jan 1918 to FRANK HUNTER, 2 ch., Katheryn 7, and Franklin, Jr., 3 weeks, 3 step?ch., Alvan, Georgie and Violet Hunter, 3 brothers, Willie, D., and Omer Miller.

HUNTER, Miss Laura, 71, died 29 Jan 1948, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o Henry and Martha (Adcock) Hunter, a practical nurse for years. Survived by 2 sis. Mrs. Rose Tingle, Mrs. Effie Moore, 4 bro. Ben, Frank, Tandy and Will Hunter.

HUNTER, Mattie E. (Tucker) 56, Town Branch died 24 Aug 1931, near Bedford, IOOF Bedford wife of Benjamin Hunter, m. 10 Oct 1900, 8 children: 3 survive, Mrs. Willie Louden, Harley and Roy Hunter.

HUNTER, Mary Alice Baker, ca 64, Bedford, KY died 15 Oct 1943, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 3 Jan 1879, (d/o Henry and George Ann Baker.) m. TANDY PARKER HUNTER on 24 Jun 1930. She leaves husband, 2 sisters Mrs. Eunice Firmary and Mrs. Lena Fay.

HUNTER, Melissa (Stark,) 79, Ewingford died 21 Feb 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, widow of late WILLIAM HUNTER, m. ca 1870, 10 children: Ollie and Joe, dec'd. living are Fred, Lee, Sherlie, Grover, Berry and Minnie Hunter, Mrs. Neoma McEndre and Mrs. W. S. Welty.

HUNTER, Richard, 79, died 15 Oct 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 1 Sep 1873, m. 26 Feb 1901 to ELLURA HURT who surv. with 7 ch. Pearl Patterson, Goldie Lloyd, Rose Hunter, Bettie Berkowitz, Clara Gallagher, Richard H. and Raymond Hunter, 4 bro. Benjamin, Frank, Tandy and William Hunter, 3 sis. Rose Tingle, Effie Moore and Laura Hunter.

HUNTER, Robert Franklin, Jr., 4 mo, died 27 Oct 1928, buried ??, s/o Frank and late Ida Hunter. Mother died in June.

HUTCHCRAFT, Harry D., (71,) Louisville, died 28 May 1932, buried Cave Hill Cem., former resident of Trimble Co. m. MISS CARRIE TROUT, d/o late A. J. Trout, survived by 1 son and 1 daughter.

HUTCHERSON, Mrs. Hazel, died 11 Jan 1947. Data from funeral record. Note: 1920 census page 67 ? HORACE HUTCHERSON 30, Hazel his wife 30, ch. Bettie, Flora, William and Mary their children.

HUTCHERSON, James Daniel, 66, Patriot, IN died 3 Jul 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, son of late Fred and Sarah Lane Hutcherson, b. 10 Mar 1872 at what was known as the Hutcherson grist mill on Little Kentucky about a mile below Hardey Creek. Died on his fathers birthday. m. MABEL CLARA WYATT, 27 Mar 1896, 4 children, 1 son, Raymond died at age 2 mo. survived by wife, 3 ch., B. A., Bruce Owen and Mrs. Paul Lamkin, 2 sisters, Mrs. W. W. Logan and Mrs. Boone Garriott, 1 bro. Owen S. Hutcherson.

HYATT, Elijah, ca 82, died 26 May 1936, buried Moffett Cemetery, born and reared near Milton, survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. Clarence Wells.

HYATT, Isabelle, 81, East Locust died 7 Feb 1937, buried Moffett Cemetery, widow of late JAMES HYATT, who resided below Milton. Survived by 1 brother, Albert Bowman, 3 grandchildren, Harlan Dolby, Mrs. Robert Gordon and Mrs. Chester (Violet) Dunn of East Locust.

HYATT, James, 82, Milton died 25 Sep 1929, buried Moffett Cem., b. 28 Oct 1847, survived by wife, (Isabelle Hyatt,) 1 brother, Elijah Hyatt.

INGLIS, John Russell, 74, Madison, In died 7 Aug 1938, buried Moffett Cemetery, born Louisville, KY, 28 Feb 1864, s/o John and Anna Inglis, both died when he was a small child. Most of his life was spent in Milton,KY. He operated the John R. Inglis Drug Store in Milton, moving to Madison in 1914. Survived by widow, SUSAN MOFFETT INGLIS, 1 son, John Moffett Inglis.

IRWIN, Charles E., 74, Bellview, IN died 25 Feb 1935, buried Hebron Church Cemetery. Survived by widow, ANNA E. IRWIN, son, Vawter Irwin, 2 sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Vawter and Mrs. Sophronia (Mrs. Archie W.) Smith.

JACKSON, Edwin Guthrie, 78, Bethlehem, IN died 17 Apr 1941, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 1 Apr 1863, (s/o William and Theresa McClellen Jackson,) m. 1901 to ELLA DANNER, dec'd. m. 2nd 1931 to MOLLIE BERRY. Survived by wife, 3 bro. (half-bro.) Harry, Tabner and Charles, 1 bro. William died 3 years ago, sis. Mrs. Effie Hudson died 8 months ago.

JACKSON, (Florence,) ca 58, died 23 Feb 1930, buried Campbellsburg Cem., died at home of her dau. Mrs. Mall, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Tilley of Trimble Co. m. ALBERT SIDEBOTTOM, 4 ch. Herbert, Chester, Mrs. William Mall and Mrs. Sidney Adkins, m. 2nd JOE JACKSON, who survives, no ch. of this union survive. 6 sisters, and 4 brothers, Jesse, Bob, John, Sanford Tilley, Mrs. Alice Beach, Mrs. C. Handlon, Mrs. James Simmons, Mrs. Ed Welch, Mrs. George Pyles, and Mrs. Steve Wentworth.

JACKSON, Harriett, 25, Indianaplois, IN. In paper of 20 Feb 1930, buried IOOF Bedford wife of SIDNEY JACKSON, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Mike Prewitt of Trimble Co.

JACKSON, James Marion, 78, died 9 Dec 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. 23 Jan 1862, (s/o James Monroe and Ellen Elizabeth Sampson Jackson,) m. 1st (30 Aug 1883) EDMONIA CHANDLER, deceased, 5 sons and 2 dau. Jim, Sidney, Lucien, Walter living and Willie dec'd., Mrs. Ethel Haskins and Mrs. Carrie Robinson. m. 2nd KATE (CHANDLER) WILLIAMS, (she died 24 Feb 1924) no ch. 3rd m. to LUCY LATTY, no ch. step?ch. are, Virgil Shelton, Claude Hicks and Norvin Latty. Note: James Marion's name on tombstone is FRANCIS MARION JACKSON 1862 ? 1940.

JACKSON, Joey Lynn, 2 weeks, Carmel died 10 Jun 1938, buried Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jackson.

JACKSON, K. (John K.,) 80, Mt. Tabor died 12 Jul 1933, buried Mt. Tabor, husband of the late Bettie Clem Jackson, survived by son, Arthur Jackson. A dau. Mrs. Charlie McClure died Jan 1933.

JACKSON, Lida Jane, 61, died 16 May 1940, bur. Moffett Cem. b. 26 Jun 1878, (d/o Elias and Emerit Huff Smith.) m. 1 Oct 1896 to THOMAS J. JACKSON, 6 ch. Smith, Finnell, Henry and Dorothy Jackson, Mrs. Charles Coffin and Mrs. Everett Wingham.

JACKSON, Marie Bennie, 68, Poplar Ridge died 1 Apr 1929, buried Mt. Tabor, not married.

JACKSON, Mary Ferris, 49, died 31 Jul 1946, bur. Moffett Cem., b. 15 / 19 Aug 1896, d/o Richard and Luelle Coffin Ferris. m. 31 Dec 1940 to SMITH JACKSON. Survived by husband, mother, 3 sis. Mrs. Carlos Vail, Mrs. Will Dailey and Mrs. Luther Batts, 6 step?ch. Mrs. Robert Jones, Mrs. Joseph Arnett, Mrs. Cecil Brown, Norman, Nellie, and Philip Jackson.

JACKSON, Nannie, 85, West Virginia died 18 Mar 1948, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 24 May 1862, eldest d/o late Dr. J. T. and Sarah Gatewood Bryan at the Bryan homeplace north of Bedford. She taught school in Trimble and Carroll Co. before her m. 7 Nov 1888 to VACHEL A. JACKSON who died 1916. 2 dau. Miss Carrie A. Jackson and Mrs. Mary J. Hood. Surv. by dau. a brother, L. A. Bryan. In 1922 she moved with her daughter to WV.

JACKSON, Wanda M., 10 months, (or 10 years?) died 13 Jan 1944, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 13 Mar 1943, d/o Walter and Bertha Stone Jackson. Data from funeral record.

JACKSON, William R., 71, died 5 Dec 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 20 Mar 1866, s/o William R. and Theresa McClellan Jackson, b. and reared near Wise's Landing, m. to JESSIE KATE HANCOCK, 29 Dec 1900, who with 2 ch., William J. Jackson and Mrs. Mary Yager Tingle survive. A brother, Ed Jackson, 3 half?brothers, T. B., Harry and Charles G. Jackson, 1 half?sister, Mrs. Dell Hudson.

JACOBS, Elizabeth, ca 80, Palmyra died 2 Jul 1934, buried Mt. Tabor Cem., d/o late James Kendall widow of late ROBERT JACOBS, survived by children, Harvey, James and Mrs. W. E. Bell. Husband and 4 ch. preceded her.

JACOBS, Harvey Leroy, 51, died 4 Mar 1942, bur. family burial ground in Mt. Tabor community, m. ELIZABETH TINGLE, 1 son Bobby Jacobs, 1 bro. Jim Jacobs.

JACOBS, James S., 72, Palmyra died 13 Apr 1943, buried IOOF Carrollton, KY, b. 11 Apr 1871, (s/o Robert and Elizabeth Kendall Jacobs.) m. June 1916 to VIRGINIA LEE BOULDERY.

JACOBS, John, __, Lakeland, FL In paper of 13 Apr 1933, buried Florida, former resident of Trimble Co., Winona (Palmyra) neighborhood, survived by mother, 81 years old, 2 brothers, James and Harvey Jacobs, and 1 sister, Mrs. Elmer Bell all of this county.

JACOBS, Robert W., 81, Palmyra died 31 Jan 1928, buried Mt. Tabor Cem., b. 31 Jan 1847, married, survived by widow, (ELIZABETH KENDALL JACOBS,) 5 children: James, John, Walter and Harvey Jacobs and Mrs. Elmer Bell.

JAMISON, Carrie, 73, Chicago, IL died 22 Jun 1940, Carrie Vauter, born and reared in Bedford, died at home of daughter Mrs. Jessie Hughes.

JEFFRIES, Fletcher B., 66, died 16 Jul 1929, burial at LaGrange. Born in Trimble Co. (1 Jul 1863,) lived in Oldham Co. ca 39 years. He 1st married MISS ADA VARBLE of Oldham Co. She died 7 years ago, (her dates, 7 May 1866 - 13 Aug 1927.) Survived by their children, Mrs. Ida Klineline, Mrs. John Cunningham, Ben V., Verni, Dewey and Ras Jeffries. Survived by 2nd wife, MRS. LUCY BATTS TINGLE. A daughter, Doris Irene Jeffries by this union. Survived 1 step-daughter, Sarah Margaret Tingle. 2 brothers, E. L. and J. B. Jeffries.

JEFFRIES, Lenora, 59, Leeport died 30 Mar 1931, buried Mt. Pisgah, IN, b. Deputy, IN, 5 Dec 1872, died at home of her sister, Mrs. George A. Powell.

JEFFRIES, Lida Mae, 62, died 23 Jul 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, born 29 Dec 1875, eldest child of Mr. and Mrs. Levi N. Perkinson, m. 1895 to THOMAS JEFFRIES who died 15 years ago, 5 children, 2 dying in infancy, surviving are Hurley and William Jeffries, Mrs. Wilbur Gammons. 3 brothers, Oda, Bunnie and Jess Perkinson, 3 sisters, Mrs. Ben Johnson, Mrs. William McClure and Mrs. Till Yeager.

JEFFRIES, Thomas, (92,) Hickory Grove Community died 2 Feb 1928, buried Wheeler Cem., sons, Johnny B., Fletcher and Ras Jeffries, wife (MARY A. WHEELER JEFFRIES) and 3 daughters preceded him to the grave.

JENKINS, Adam, 69, died 21 May 1945, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Spring Creek, Trimble Co., Mar 1875, s/o late James and Matilda Leatherman Jenkins, m. 21 Nov 1907 to FIDELIA F. HACKNEY, 2 ch. Mary Florence, dec'd. and Erwin Jenkins, 4 step?ch. Mrs. Bertha B. McDole, Lem, Mack and Eugene Hackney.

JENKINS, Dewitt, 58, Wirt, IN died 12 Feb 1929, buried Bayless Cem., native of Trimble Co., survived by 2 brothers, Oliver and Adam Jenkins.

JENKINS, James, 86, Wirt, IN died 1 Feb 1929, buried Bayless Cem., b. Trimble Co. widower, s/o Mr. and Mrs. James Jenkins, Sr., survived by 3 sons, Dewitt, Oliver and Adam Jenkins, 2 bro., Andrew and Melvin Jenkins.

JENKINS, John Washington, 73, Madison, IN died 26 Mar 1929, bur. ? Born Trimble Co., below Milton, s/o late Washington and Eliza Jenkins, he was chief of Madison police force from 1913 to 1917.

JENKINS, M. A. "Andy," 93, Austin, IN died 8 Mar 1940, buried Moffett Cemetery, a former resident of Trimble Co. b. Jefferson Co., IN. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Sallie Holsclaw and Mrs. Emma Handlon, son Willard Jenkins. (His wife MARY E. GLASS JENKINS, 1848?1924.)

JENNINGS, Ira M., 67, LaGrange, KY died 4 Oct 1931, buried Covington Cem. in Oldham Co. native of Trimble Co., (s/o Daniel and Lucy Ann Foote Jennings) survived by wife, INA FENDLEY JENNINGS, sister, Mrs. Laura Morgan, brother, Pryor Jennings.

JINES, Calvin, 46, Indianapolis, IN died Jan 1933 In paper of 2 Feb 1933, buried ??, never married, born and reared in Trimble Co. s/o late Fred Jines.

JOHNSON, Charles, 69, North of Bedford died 13 Nov 1933, buried Springdale Cem. IN widower, survived by brother Newton Johnson.

JOHNSON, Della (McKay,) 45, Mt. Pleasant died 4 May 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, born 5 Aug 1886, m. 19 Mar 1902, to R. L. JOHNSON, who survives, mother of 12 children, 10 survive, Frances, Younger, Paul, Lillian, Mary B., Helen, Gladys, Hiram, George and Martin Luther Johnson, Nellie and Christopher dec'd. 4 brothers, Ben, Robert, Roy and Harry McKay, a sister, Mrs. Jack Beach.

JOHNSON, Vallaria, Jr., 5 mo, Milton died 3 Nov 1933, buried Moffett Cem. s/o Mr. and Mrs. Vallara Johnson.

JONES, Alice Edmont, 83, died at Sulphur 28 May 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 5 Jul 1865, (d/o Henry and Nancy Adams Crafton.) Her husband, W. T. JONES died Nov 1941, mother of 11 ch., 6 living, Mrs. Ada Burch, Mrs. Anna Mae Beckley, Mrs. Atha Gividen, Zibe, Jock and Willard Jones, 2 sis. Mrs. Jane and Mrs. Ida Jones.

JONES, Benjamin Franklin, 80 died 30 Oct 1948, funeral at Union Grove, bur. IOOF Carrollton, b. Trimble Co. 3 Nov 1867, s/o late Henry and Mary Jones, m. 1896 to ZELLA DUNN, 5 ch. Mrs. Claude (Sada) Ball, Mrs. Otto (Alice) Mitchell, Mrs. Alvin (Mabel) Gross and Alfred Jones, a brother J. D. Jones. Preceded by a daughter Vada Jones who died years ago.

JONES, Darrell Lee, baby, died 1 Mar 1948, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 5 May 1947, Floyd and Lurlene Barrickman Jones, also surv. by grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barrickman and Mr. R. L. Jones.

JONES, Edward, 73, Shelbyville, IN died 20 Apr 1939, buried Moffett Cemetery, born and reared in Trimble Co. surv. by wife, (MARGARET JANE JONES,) d/o late Henry Richmond, and 2 sons James and Allen (Henry Alva) Jones. Note: Edward's full name was Edward Egbert Jones.

JONES, Frank, 77, Milton died 27 Aug 1930, buried Wilson burying ground, Carmel, widower, (s/o Robert and Milly A. Jones, late wife ISABELLA JONES.) Survived by 3 brothers, T. D., Richard, and Edward Jones, 1 sister Mrs. Ida Sampson. Note: Stone has dates for Isabelle 3 Apr 1858 - 27 Jul 1912. Frank born 1 Feb 1853.

JONES, Hazel Fay, 11 months, died 20 Jul 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Zible Jones, beside her parents, she leaves twin bro. Harvey Trout Jones and a sis. Alice Gertrude Jones.

JONES, Henry Wesley, 76, Oldham Co. died 2 Oct 1934, on Pattons Creek, Morgan burying ground, survived by widow (who ?) and 1 daughter, Mrs. John Fresh.

JONES, Jewell Byrl, 3, died 15 Apr 1933, buried Moffett Cem., b. 26 Mar 1930, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Orvel Jones, died at the home of her grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Richmond.

JONES, John T., 68, Union Grove died 22 May 1934, buried, IOOF Carrollton, b. 14 Feb 1866 m. Dec 1889 to MINNIE MCDOLE who survived with 3 children, Mrs. Verni (Mary Alice) Taylor, Ernest and Raymond Jones, 2 bro., J. D. and Frank Jones.

JONES, Louise Casper, 79, (80, 14 May,) Palmyra died 11 Apr 1938, buried IOOF Carrollton, widow of late WILLIAM L. JONES, children, 2 dau. Mrs. W. A. Ginn, (Edith) and Mrs. Howard (Sallie) Carraco, 4 sons, Charlie, Aubrey, Willis and Rowan, 1 sister, Mrs. R. D. Kendall.

JONES, Lucy Ellen, 78, Beech Grove died 2 Jan 1939, buried IOOF Bedford, widow of Henry Jones. 1st m. FRANK ADCOCK, 2 children Mrs. Luther Brown and Claude Adcock.

JONES, Mabel Genon, 1 year, 7 months, Union Grove died 11 Mar 1936, buried ? d/o Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jones (Mildred Mitchell Jones,) 1 brother, Udel, 2 sisters, Wanda Louise and Jesse Jewell Jones, grandparents, Mrs. Minnie Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mitchell.

JONES, Mary Catherine, 18 mo, Pleasant Retreat died 24 Mar 1931, buried Moffett Cem. d/o Mr. and Mrs. William Jones.

JONES, Richard S., 69, Wise's Landing died 9 Mar 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 9 Oct 1879, (s/o William M. and Sarah Robbins Jones,) m. 1905 to SARAH HOOD who died 23 Aug 1947, 4 children Mrs. Porter Carter, Ray, Floyd and Clinton Jones, 1 step?son Alpheus Daugherty, 1 brother Charles A. Jones.

JONES, Reuben B., 6 mo, died 6 Oct 1928, buried Moffett, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jones.

JONES, Sarah Elizabeth Hood, 71, died 23 Aug 1947, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 3 Aug 1876, d/o Daniel and Mary Hood. m. BAILEY DAUGHERTY, dec'd., 2 ch., a dau died in infancy and Alpheus "Jack" Daugherty, Sarah m. 2nd 1905 to R. S. JONES, 4 ch. Mrs. Porter Carter, Ray, Floyd and Clinton Jones. Surv. by husband, ch., 2 sis., Mrs. John Sterling and Mrs. Ed Adams, 1 brother Bert Hood.

JONES, Thomas Dudley, 80, Milton died 6 Jun 1935, buried Moffett Cemetery. (s/o Robert and Milly A. Jones,) Survived by widow (MARY RICHMOND JONES) and 7 children, Mrs. Henry Gossom, Mrs. Hallie Morris, Mrs. Samuel Martin, Miss Hazel, Egbert E., Paul and Ora Jones.

JONES, Velma Corene, infant, died 30 Oct 1938, buried Moffett Cemetery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jones, of Corn Creek.

JONES, William Thomas, 81, died 28 Nov 1941, buried IOOF Bedford, born Trimble Co., 17 Mar 1861, m. ALICE CRAFTON 4 Dec 1884, 11 ch. 6 survive beside widow. Mrs. Ben Gividen, Mrs. Ora Cullins, Mrs. Sam Chadwell, Zibe, Jack and Willard Jones, 3 bro. Robert, Jesse and Luther Jones, 4 sis. Minnie Crafton, Lizzie Bargu(o)?, Lucy Bell and Addie Scott.

JOYCE, Allen, 43, Leeport died 15 May 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Joyce, m. 1912 to EFFIE GARRIOTT, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Goodloe Garriott, wife and 5 ch. survive, Ellis, Walton, Vera, Dorothy and Thelma, 1 brother, Wilson Joyce, 2 sis., Mrs. Mae Lynch, Mrs. Lora Lynch.

JOYCE, Annie Barbara, 83, died 11 May 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 3 Oct 1858, d/o late Fredrick and Marcy or Mary? Goley, m. ROBERT L. JOYCE 5 Feb 1889, he died 21 yrs ago, 2 sons Albert and Edward Joyce.

JOYCE, Beecher 78, Pleasant Retreat died 17 Feb 1937, buried Moffett Cemetery, buried on his birthday, eldest s/o Pliny Joyce, one of 9 ch., b. 19 Feb 1859, preceded by 1 sister, Mrs. Clark Vandolah. Survived by wife who was NANNIE HUDSON and 3 ch., William (Wilson) Joyce, Mrs. Mary Lynch and Mrs. Lora Lynch, 4 sis., Mrs. Edward Spillman, Mrs, C. R. Barnes, Mrs. A. F. Schuaiter and Mrs. C. K. Coffin, 3 bro., Will, Lamb and O. S. Joyce.

JOYCE, Effa Alice Garriott, 51, Leeport died 30 Oct 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, born 12 Sep 1887, d/o late Goodloe and Bettie Garriott, m. Dec 1912, to ALLEN JOYCE, dec'd. for 8 years, 5 ch., all survive, Henry Ellis, Walton, Thelma Kathryn Joyce, Mrs. Harlan Bailey and Mrs. Suter Pyles, a sis., Mrs. Lawrence Ogden, 2 bro., J.K. and Shelby Garriott.

JOYCE, Elvey A. Hudson, 80, died 20 Jun 1944, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 9 Jun 1864, d/o Rev. and Mrs. Allen Hudson, m. 12 May 1886 to JAMES BROCK JOYCE who died 17 Jan 1938, 3 ch. Carrie Bell and Elsie Louvenia both died in infancy, Mrs. Vivian Ogden Callis survives, 2 aged sisters Mrs. Beecher (Nancy) Joyce and Mrs. James (Mattie) Barnes. Elvey / Elva lived all her life on farm where she was born. Note: Funeral rec. lists her parents as William Allen and Nancy Bates Hudson.

JOYCE, Frank, 78, died 29 May 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, married 31 Dec 1876, to GAIL TOWNSEND JOYCE, now deceased (1916,) 5 children: 4 survive, Mrs. Eugene Mosley Sr., Mrs. W. L. Peak, Mrs. Vivian Holderfield and Roy Joyce. Daughter, Mrs. Frank Berry died Indpls. ca 12 years ago, suevived by 1 brother, James B. Joyce, 1 sister, Mrs. G. R. Averitt.

JOYCE, Frank A., 63, Madison, IN died 2 Apr 1932, buried Springdale Cem. IN, a former resident of Trimble Co., born Brooksburg, IN, s/o late Andrew and Sarah Joyce, came to Trimble Co. as a small child after his parents death, lived with his Uncle James Joyce, m. to MISS FANNIE TERRELL, 1 daughter, Hazel Joyce. Frank moved to Madison 12 years ago.

JOYCE, James Brock, 77, died 17 Jan 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, born Jefferson Co., IN, 22 Feb 1861, s/o Franklin and Eliza Joyce, m. ELVIA A. HUDSON, on 12 May 1886, who with daughter, Mrs. R. L. Callis, and 1 sister, Mrs. George Averitt survive. JOYCE, (Nancy) Elizabeth Craycraft, 74 died 4 Jun 1942, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co. 12 Mar 1868, (William and Frances Oakley Craycraft.) m. 5 Nov 1893 to MELANCTHON JOYCE, 9 ch. Charlie, died in infancy, Clara, Irene, Loucile, Ralph, Randall, Wilbur, Lena, and Josephine Joyce who together with husband survive.

JOYCE, Nancy Ellen, 93 died 23 Apr 1949, buried Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co. 2 Oct 1855, d/o late Allen and Nancy (Bates) Hudson, the last of 12 children. In 1885, m. BEECHER JOYCE who died 17 Feb 1937, 4 ch. Allen, dec'd., living are, Mrs. Oather Lynch, Mrs. Oscar Lynch and Wilson Joyce.

JOYCE, W. R. (Wilson,) 76, died 12 Dec 1938, buried Moffett Cem., s/o Pliney Joyce, Survived by wife, FANNIE STROTHER JOYCE, 2 brothers, M. (Melancthon) and O. S. Joyce, 3 sis., Mrs. C. K. Coffin, Mrs. A. H. Schnaitter and Mrs. C. R. Barnes. A sister, Mrs. Mary Frances Spillman, died 8 Dec 1938.

JUSTICE, Claude, 41, Madison, IN died 6 Jan 1935, former resident of Trimble Co. Survived by widow and 6 children, Clarence, Anna Bell, Treasy, William Lee, Stella and Eliza, 3 brothers, James, William and Omer Justice, 3 sisters, Mrs. Mary Earls, Mrs. Minnie Orr and Mrs. Mattie Jones.

KELLY, Carrie Payne, 55, near Providence died 23 Sep 1942, buried ? She leaves husband L. P. KELLY, 3 sisters Mrs. Grace Henderson, Mrs. Annie Goodrum and Miss Stella Payne, a brother Johnnie Payne.

KELLY, Charles W., __, Madison, IN. In paper of 3 Jul 1947 bur. Springdale Cem. former resident of Milton, (s/o Thomas and Cathryn Jones Kelley,) lived in Madison last 30 years, wife died 5 yrs ago. He was a brother of the late Mrs. Anna Gossom of Milton.

KELLY, Sarah, near 82, Providence died 11 Jun 1936, buried ? b. 3 Jul 1854, widow of WILLIAM KELLEY, who prceded her 10 yrs ago, 2 children, Mrs. G. H. Pendleton and Lester Kelly, 1 sister, Mrs. Alice Foster, and D. J. T. Sutton. Is he a brother ?

KEMP, Nancy Adcock, 73, Hickory Grove died 14 May 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, husband, SANFORD KEMP died 1927, no ch., 1 brother, Henry Adcock.

KEMPER, Sallie (Brown,) __, Madison, IN died Oct 1929, buried Moffett Cem., wife of Calvin Kemper, born and reared in Milton, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Demarkus Brown, a sister, Mrs. Victor (Lillie) Miles.

KENDALL, Charles Norman, 23, died 9 Jan 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, only s/o Charles and (Mary Pulliam) Kendall, his father died 22 years ago. 25 Feb 1944

KENDALL, Conway, 73, Carrollton, KY, died 25 Feb 1944, bur. IOOF Carrollton, b. Trimble Co., and lived here until 3 yrs ago, m. 1 Oct 1890 to Eliza J. Alexander who surv. with 5 children, Mrs. Chester Sims, Mrs. Jack Coghill, Dewey, Shell and Clifford Kendall.

KENDALL, Elijah J. 67, Gill Ridge died 8 Feb 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 28 Jan 1870 s/o William and Jane (Crafton) Kendall, m. 3 Dec 1896 to ADDIE BARE, who with 2 children survive, Ruby Kendall and Mrs. Hurley Craig, 2 brothers, Granville and Jackson Kendall, 1 sister, Mrs. Martha Wyatt.

KENDALL, Granville S., 72 died 18 / 27 Sep 1944, bur. Bald Hill / Burrows Cem., b. Trimble Co. 26 Apr 1872, s/o William Overton and Jane Crafton Kendall, m. 27 Nov 1901, to LOU HETTY BURROWS who surv. with 5 ch. Mrs. E. L. Cull, Ulric, Roland, Orion and Cleon Kendall, sis. Mrs. Martha Wyatt. Note: He and his wife are buried at Bedford, reference Cemetery Book.

KENDALL, Jackson, 70, Lexington, IN died Last of May or early June 1944, bur. Austin, IN. A native of Trimble Co. (s/o William and Pheby P. Crafton Kendall,) moved to Carrollton in early life and to Indiana 20 yrs ago. Surv. by widow, 4 ch. Eddie, Bertha, Roland and Raymond Kendall, a bro. Granville S. Kendall, a sis. Mrs. Martha Wyatt.

KENDALL, (Ollie) Mae Pulliam, 48 died 23 Feb 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 11 May 1894, (d/o Mr. George and Tillie / Lily Smith Pulliam,) m. 5 Aug 1918, to Lt. CHARLES KENDALL, 1 child Norman Kendall who died 6 weeks ago. She leaves 5 bro. and 4 sis. Frank, Clarence, Leonard, Grover and George Pulliam, Mrs. Howard Tingle, Mrs. Jesse Backus, Mrs. Frank Brewer and Mrs. James Cowles.

KENDALL, Rowland H., 68, Madison, IN died 8 Apr 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 12 Mar 1868, s/o late William and Jane (Crafton) Kendall, m. ANNA MEYER, Indianapolis, IN, 1 son, Howard Kendall, 4 brothers, E. J., G. S., Jackson and John Kendall, 1 sister, Mrs. Martha Wyatt. Note: His 1st wife MINNIE YEAGER KENDALL died 1910.

KENDALL, Rosa Mae Adams, 71, died 3 Jun 1948, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 10 Apr 1877, wife of JOHN KENDALL, surv. by 7 sons Walter, Robert, Willie, Frankie, Lebus, Roy and Everett Kendall, another son Sidney died in infancy, she leaves a sister Mrs. Susie Sanders.

KENDALL, Shelby, (45,) near Patton's Creek died 25 Oct 1931, buried IOOF Carrollton. Survived by mother, Mrs. Elba Spillman, 2 sisters, Mrs. E. M. Ward and Mrs. John Welch. (drowned in Ohio river.)

KENT, Alonzo, 89, died 6 Apr 1943, buried Ralston Cemetery, born and reared in Trimble Co., (s/o Ed and America Ralston Kent.) m. SUSIE JOHNSON, 1 son Irvin Kent.

KENT, Joe, ca 65, near Bedford. In paper of 11 May 1933, buried ??,

KENT, John W., 66, Gill Ridge died 21 Aug 1928, widowed, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late William and Mary A. Kent, m. MISS GEORGE ANN SIMPSON, 5 Ch., W. C. Kent, Mrs. James Shackelford, Mrs. Will Bryant and Mrs. Roy (Ada) Law. Only 4 childrens name given.

KENT, Susie Elizabeth, 77, died 31 Jan 1944, bur. Ralston burying grounds, she lived on Patton's Creek for past 30 years. Husband, ALONZO KENT died 1943.

KIDWELL, Dora (Crawford,) 38, North of Bedford died 30 Apr 1931, buried Hebron Cem. IN d/o Mrs. Alice Crawford and the late Charles N. Crawford, wife of JAMES KIDWELL, 5 children: Wilbur, Ruby, Waunita, Lula Mae and Charles Kidwell, 3 brothers, Otto, Thomas and Leonard Crawford, 2 sisters, Miss Minnie Crawford and Mrs. Mae Tingle.

KIDWELL, Jordan, 85, Madison, IN died 6 Aug 1929, buried Springdale Cem. IN, s/o late William and Porthina Kidwell, b. near Sulphur, KY, survived by wife THERISA KIDWELL, 4 ch., Mrs. Peter Stephanus, Mrs. Will McKinney, James and Mason Kidwell, 2 bro., William and Julius Kidwell.

KIDWELL, Minnie Burch, 46, Bald Hill community died 23 May 1947, bur. Bald Hill Cem. surv. by husband ALVA KIDWELL, 3 ch. William, Alva, Jr. and Dorothy Kidwell, 2 bro. Henry and B. Burch, 4 sis. Mrs. Lee Marcum, Mrs. Toy (Jenny Bell Birch) Penick, Mrs. William Spurr and Mrs. Ed Abbott.

KIDWELL, Shelby, 49, Carroll Co., KY died 27 Jan 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Henry Co. 20 May 1880, survived by wife, VIRGIE DUNCAN KIDWELL, 1 son, Hurley Kidwell, father, Julius Kidwell, 2 bro., Frank and Gilbert Kidwell.

KIDWELL, Thomas Samuel, 92, died 7 Jun 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Henry Co. 1 Jun 1853, a resident of Trimble Co. for last 60 yrs and a teacher in county for several yrs. He m. 25 Feb 1892 to NANNIE BELLE BUTLER, she and 5 ch. surv. Mrs. Joe Powell, Mrs. J. Weston Powell, Mrs. Wyatt Powell, Leslie and Senator Alvin Kidwell. Preceded by sis. and bro.

KIDWELL, Wesley, ca 77, Pleasant Retreat died 18 Jan 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, widower, (ZERELDA was wife of James Wesley Kidwell) 3 dau., Mrs. Wilmer (Addie) Moore, Mrs. Irvin (Claudia) Duncan and Mrs. Walter (Maude) Simmons.

KIDWELL, William C., 80, Poplar Ridge died 26 Mar 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Sulphur, 7 Apr 1858, m. 14 Mar 1894 to SALLIE MILES, no ch. but reared their niece and nephew, Bertie "Mrs. William McCarty" and Clarence Kidwell.

KING, Albert Madison, 51, Liberty neighborhood died 22 Jun 1935, buried Moffett Cem., b. 15 Nov 1883, s/o late A. E. King, Survived by wife, SALLIE STROTHER KING, mother, Emma King, 1 bro. Lloyd King, sis. Mrs. William Tyra.

KING, Alice Elizabeth, (38,) died 30 Jan 1944, buried Moffett Cem., m. ca 10 years ago to ROBERT KING, no ch., survived by husband, 3 sis. Mrs. Mary Denton, the other 2, name not given.

KING, Charles Weaver, 91, died 11 Feb 1944, buried Moffett Cem., b. 14 Oct 1852 in Grant Co., KY, lived in Trimble Co. ca 50 yrs, m. 1871 to DELPHIA JANE WOODS, 10 ch. the living are, Mrs. Effie Jones, Mrs. James Hammons, Mrs. Alta Maddox, William, Ferd and Sid King. Preceded by wife and 4 ch.

KING, Clara (Adams,) 67, Indianapolis, IN. In paper of 24 May 1928, buried Memorial Park Cem. b. Trimble Co., late husband, John W. King, died 1920, survived by son, William C. King, daughter, Miss Iona King, a bro., T. R. Adams and sister Sallie Perkinson.

KING, Daniel Harrison 84, "Dr. King" died 28 Jul 1943, buried Moffett Cemetery, born 3 Apr 1859 in Grant Co., KY, m. 30 Sep 1877 to MARTHA POLAND who died 21 Nov 1935, 6 children Rubin, Otto, Harvey, Ollie, Nannie and Virginia, living are, Virginia King and Mrs. Nannie King, a bro. Charlie King. Note: Funeral rec. gives father as William.

KING, Delphia Jane (Woods,) 79, Spring Creek, Milton died 10 Dec 1929, buried Moffett Cem. b. Grant Co., wife of Charlie King, 7 children: William, Ferd, and Sidney King, Mrs. Henry McGuire, Mrs. Jesse Jones, Mrs. James Hammond and Mrs. William Maddox.

KING, Emma Lee Thurman, 80, died 17 May 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 21 Mar 1861, (Lincoln Co., KY, d/o J. L. and Martha Cutley Thurman) m. in 1878 to ARCHIBALD E. KING (died 1920,) 4 ch. Mrs. Ethel Tyra, Lloyd King, 2 dec'd. Albert died 22 Jun 1935 and Lula King died 3 Feb 1902, 4 brothers H. K., J. L., W. P. and Jeff Thurman, Mrs. W. P. Graves. (Is she a sister ?)

KING, John W., 79, Canaan, IN died Apr 1928, In paper of 3 May, buried ??, b. Trimble Co., s/o late Thomas and Clementine King. Survived by wife, EMMA BENSON KING, m. 55 yrs, 5 children: Ben, George, Robert, John C. King and Mrs. Charles Ringwald, a brother, Melvin King, 3 sisters, Mrs. Jennie Scholey, Mrs. America Crouch and Mrs. William Mooser.

KING, Lawrence Allen, 19 months, died 23 Jul 1934, buried Moffett Cemetery, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Everett King of Milton, KY, 2nd baby for this family to give up, (Herman Jackson King age 5 died 15 Jul 1925.)

KING, Martha Catherine, 79, Liberty neighborhood died 20 Nov 1935, buried Moffett Cem., b. 22 Nov 1856, wife of Dr. DANIEL HARRISON KING, who survives, 2 daughters, Mrs. William King and Miss Virginia King.

KING, Myrtle Averitt, __, Hanover, IN, Interred 2 Oct 1948 there, b. and reared in Poplar Ridge community, d/o Mr. and Mrs. George Averitt. Survived by husband Ernest King, daughter Mrs. Rosena Moore, 2 sisters Mrs. Lela Wooten and Mrs. Gracie Davidson.

KING, Nannie, 63, Milton died 4 Aug 1943, bur. Moffett Cem., d/o Dr. and Mrs. Daniel H. King, b. 18 Mar 1880 in Owen Co., KY. m. 3 Jan 1899 to WILLIAM KING, 5 ch. Everett, Mrs. Robert Coffin, Mrs. Willard Adams, Mrs. Joe Raker and 1 dau. dec'd. Dorothy King. She leaves a sister Miss Virginia King.

KING, Pete, (Robert Carroll,) __, Madison, IN died 10 Jan 1944, bur. ___? (b. 20 Jan 1905, s/o the late Robert C. King.) Survived by widow and 4 ch. his mother, Mrs. Dollie King, 3 sis. Mrs. Elmer Fisher, Mrs. Hobert Harsin and Mrs. Henry Scholey. (His father died 1935.)

KING, Robert Carroll, 53, Hunter's Bottom died 10 Oct 1935, buried Bradley Cem. on Locust, b. 16 Mar 1882, survived by wife, 4 children, 2 sis. and 2 brothers. (m. DOROTHY JANE ALEXANDER 30 Sep 1904, ch. Myrtis, (Mrs. Elmer Fisher,) Elma Reba, (Mrs. Hobert Harsin,) Margaret Pauline, (Mrs. Scholey) and Robert Carroll King, a dau. Marsha died 1914.)

KINNETT, Melvin E., 63, New Hope community died 8 Mar 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, born Bracken Co., KY, 1 Oct 1873, m. MARGARET HELENA GAVIGAN, 29 Mar 1893 or 94 who with 7 children survive, Mrs. Ben Underwood, Mrs. Howard Underwood, Mrs. Noble Rowlett, Mrs. Hurley Perkinson, Chester, Earl and Charles M. Kinnett, a sister, Mrs. Alpha Jacobs.

KNIGHT, Bettie Jane, 64, Trimble Co. died 22 Jun 1937, buried Henry Co., lived 10 years in this Co. Wife of WESS KNIGHT, 2 ch., Mrs. Tom Ames and Johnnie Knight, 2 sis., Mrs. Vinnie Chappell and Mrs. Mattie Bell Raisor.

KNOX, Bennie Jo, 9 years, died 25 Sep 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 1 Apr 1940, s/o Mr. and Mrs. David Knox, surv. by parents, bro. Larry, Parker and Michael Knox. Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Davis, Mrs. Myrtle Shelley.

KNOX, Dorothy Elizabeth, 10 mo, Hunter's Bottom died 31 Dec 1931, buried Lutheran Cem. d/o Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Knox.

KNOX, Raymond, (30,) Austin, IN. Interred 23 Dec 1935 Moffett Cem., s/o Mr. and Mrs. Robert Knox. (From school census, Raymond B. Knox, b. 19 Mar 1905.)

KNOX, Sarah H., 83, Rexville, IN died 12 Mar 1933, buried Moffett Cem., widow, former resident of Trimble Co., 2 children, Robert Knox and Mrs. Anna Moore.

KRUSE, Elizabeth Taylor, 81, died 5 Sep 1948, buried Lutheran Cem. b. Carroll Co. 11 Aug 1867, d/o John and Jane (Driskell) Taylor. m. 31 May 1893 to CASPER KRUSE, 4 ch. George Freddie and John Dallas died in infancy, living are, Henry and Charles Kruse, 2 sisters Mrs. Gertie Craig, Mrs. Sadie Wiley and a brother Dallas Taylor.

LADD, Sarah M., 81, died 22 May 1939, buried Indianapolis, IN, died at home of daughter Mrs. Adelia Blackaby above Milton, b. in Trimble Co. had lived away for many yrs. Surv. by dau. the above and Mrs. Charles Austermiller, son Barney Ladd of IL, 2 bro. Garland B. Henry of Milton and Harve Henry of Indianapolis.

LARSON, J. W., __, near Bedford died 23 Jun 1947, buried ______? Survived by widow and a daughter by a former marriage.

LARSON, Lula Robertson, 81, died 4 Aug 1942, buried Ralston Cemetery on Patton Creek, b. 1 Oct 1860, d/o late Allen and Harriett (Overton) Abbott. In 1882 m. to JAMES W. ROBERTSON, 4 ch. Goldie, Ollie, Dollie and Jessie, Goldie and Ollie died in early life, Mr. Robertson died 16 Apr 1928. On 3 Jul 1933, m. JOHN LARSON, she leaves a husband, 2 dau. Mrs. Dollie Pennington and Mrs. Jessie Kemp, a sis. Mrs. Dora Sampson and a bro. James Abbott.

LAW, Charlie, (ca 63,) Detroit, Mich. died 23 Sep 1946, bur. there, b. and reared in Trimble Co., (s/o John H. and Elizabeth Jane Burton Law.) He lived in Mich. the last 20 yrs. m. ROSA LEHUE, 3 dau. living in Detroit, Mrs. Stanley Thompson, Mrs. Muriel Mudd and Mrs. George Beal, bro. Sid, Johnny, Louis and Roy Law, sis. Mrs. W. P. Bell. 1 sis. died several years ago. (Age ca 63, refrence, 1910 census.)

LAW, Claude W., age 4 years, died 7 Dec 1947, bur. Moffett Cem., s/o Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Law, surv. by parents, 5 brothers and sisters.

LAW, Elizabeth Jane (Burton,) 82, Bedford died 4 Jun 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, born Henry Co., m. 20 Feb 1870 (Oct on marriage record) to JOHN H. LAW, dec'd. 16 yrs, 8 children 7 survive, William Augustus, Albert Sidney, Louis E., Roy Franklin, John R. Law, Mrs. W. P. Bell, daughter Edmonia died when 2 yrs old. Note: Charlie Law's name omited. He died in Detroit, Mich., 23 Sep 1946.

LAW, Goodridge, 25, died 22 Oct 1949, (boating accident near Wise's Landing) buried IOOF Bedford, s/o Mrs. Ada Law and the late Roy Law. Surv. by brother, Robert Law of Calif. and 5 sisters, names not given.

LAW, Jennie, 89, Dougherty Creek, near Bethel died 6 Oct 1933, buried Bethel Cem. wife of late JOHN WESLEY LAW, 7 children: Tom, Frank, Walter, Jack Law, Mrs. Annie Rankins, Mrs. Nannie Hayden and Mrs. Maude Richmond.

LAW, Lloyd Beetem, b. and d. Ross farm S. of Milton died 9 Sep 1936, buried Moffett Cem., s/o Mr. and Mrs. Claude Law, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Craig.

LAW, Mary Margaret, 15, Prospect died 20 Aug 1937, buried Brownsboro Cem., d/o Mr. and Mrs. Chester Law, b. 13 Jan 1922, 2 sisters, Mrs. James Vaughn and LaVerne Law, granddaughter of Mrs. Fannie Law.

LAW, Martha, 90, Dry Fork died 27 Feb 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, husband died 27 years ago, mother of 7 children, 3 who survive, Charles R., Louis L. and Willis Law. A brother, Jack Crafton, a sister, Miss Page Crafton.

LAW, Oliver P., 68, Bedford died 2 Dec 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, (s/o John W. and Jennie Law,) 1st m. MISS EDMONIA ROBBINS, 1 son, Chester Law survives, 2nd m. MISS FANNIE TEMPLE, who Survived with 3 ch., Mac Law, Mrs. Bernard Mahoney and Alline Law, 3 sis., Mrs. Maude Richmond, Mrs. Nannie Hayden and Mrs. Annie Rankins, 3 bro. Tom, Frank and Walter Law.

LAW, Roy Frank, 55, died 16 Jan 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 13 Jul 1891, s/o John H. and Elizabeth (Burton) Law, m. 13 Oct 1913 to ADA KENT, 7 of their 8 ch. survive, Mrs. Gertrude Geidra, Mrs. Irene Long, Mrs. Betty Jean Perkinson, Lizzie, Goodrich, Ruth and Vera Law. 3 bro. Sid, Johnnie and Louis Law.

LAW, (Shirley Ann,) 11 days ,died 4 / 5 Apr 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery, d/o Claude and Bertha Craig Law, b. 24 Mar 1941.

LAW, Rev. W. H.,__, died 25 Aug 1933, former Pastor of the Christian Church, buried Ohio

LAW, Walter Oscar, 44, died 4 May 1934, buried Bethel Cem., b. 6 Aug 1890 in Trimble Co., s/o late John and Virginia Law, m. 6 June 1927 to KATHERINE MULLENS, of Lawrence Co., 3 children, wife and 2 children survive, Charles and Paul Law, 2 sis., Mrs. Frank Rankin and Mrs. Presley Hayden, 3 bro., Jack, Frank and Tom Law.

LAW, William Augustus "Gus," 71 died 10 Jan 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co.,Aug 1871, m. ca 1904 to STELLA KENT now deceased, m. 2nd, MRS. SALLIE THOMAS of Henry Co., who also preceded him. Survived by 5 brothers John, Sidney, Charlie, Lewis and Roy Law. During the Spanish-American War he served 3 years in the Philippine Islands.

LAWLER, John B., 66, Madison, IN died 4 Oct 1930, buried Moffett Cem., a widower, Late wife was MISS JENNIE MERSHON, also interred in Moffett Cem.

LAWSON, Earl D., 47, Detroit, Mich. died 1 Jan 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, eldest s/o Mr. and Mrs. Sam M. Lawson, b. 19 Aug 1888, m. 12 Feb 1913 to ETHEL QUINN, Prestonville, KY. Survived by father, wife and son, Oscar Paul Lawson, 3 sisters, Mrs. Cornelia Lynch, Mrs. Jesse Walker and Mrs. Mabel Alexander, a brother, Emmet Lawson.

LEACH, Beulah, 17, died 3 Dec 1931, buried Macedonia Cem., b. 11 Mar 1914, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hood, wife of ARTHUR LEACH, m. 14 Apr 1928, 2 children: Dorothy and John Samuel Leach. 1 sister, Mrs. Corinne Horine, 2 brothers, Elmo and James Hood.

LEACH, Cora Frances (Brewer,) 45, Mt. Pleasant died 19 Aug 1931, buried IOOF Bedford b. 28 June 1886, d/o Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brewer, wife of FISHER LEACH, 2 sons, J. C. and Maurice Leach, 2 sisters, Mrs. E. L. Barnes and Mrs. Kate Ingram, 1 brother, J. H. Brewer.

LEACH, Fred, 39, buried IOOF Bedford died 7 Sep 1928, b. Trimble Co. s/o Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Leach, m. 1907 to MISS KELLEY O'NAN, 4 children: Mrs. Deward Andrew, Howard 14, Gertrude 10 and Chester 6, 4 bro., Tom, John C., James and Fisher Leach, 2 sis., Mrs. Will Andrew and Mrs. Walter Ogden.

LEACH, George, 82, Wise's Landing died 3 / 4 Jun 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 23 Dec 1859 in Scott Co. s/o late William and Mary Elizabeth Leach, m. 25 Dec 1912 to HALLIE J. SAMPSON, 2 ch. Elsie Andrews and Andrew Wilson Leach, 1 step-daughter. (His full name, George Franklin Leach.)

LEACH, James Samuel, near 70, Madison, IN died 15 Dec 1946, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Scott Co.,KY, 11 Jan 1877, s/o Napoleon and Nancy Ann Leach. Survived by widow ESTELLA WARD LEACH, 9 ch. Mrs. Clarence Mahoney, Mrs. Roy Liter, Mrs. Leonard Morgan, Mrs. Jake Connard, Mrs. David Craig, Elmo, Walter and Chester Leach, 1 son Woodrow Wilson Leach died in infancy. Also surv. by bro. J. C., Fisher and Tom Leach, sisters Mrs. Walter Ogden and Mrs. Cora Andrew. Note: In Estella's obit it names a son Arthur and the name Cleston, not Chester Leach.

LEACH, N. B., 83, died 26 Oct 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, born Scott Co. moved to Trimble Co. when young, children: T. W., James, George, John C. and Fisher Leach, Mrs. Walter Ogden, Mrs. William Andrew. a son, Fred died 1928. (Napoleon B. Leach m. NANCY ANN GREEN, she d. 1914.)

LEATHERMAN, Anna Leap, 71, Ewingford died 24 Mar 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, born 11 Dec 1865, Switzerland Co.,IN, came to KY at age 15, m. 1881 to JOHN H. LEATHERMAN who survives with 2 daughters, Miss Rosie Leatherman and Mrs. G. J. Skidmore, 3 sisters, Mrs. Amanda Donahou, Mrs. Josie Hendrix, and Mrs. Ida Roe.

LEE, Benjamin Curran, 22, died 15 Dec 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late John G. Lee and Hallie Waller Lee, survived by 2 brothers, Kenneth and Charles Lee, 2 sisters, Mrs. George Fields and Miss LaVerne Lee.

LEE, Floyd, 38, Madison, IN died 17 Oct 1934, buried Springdale Cem., a veteran of the World War, m. ALENE LAW, survived by widow and parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Lee. Former resident of Trimble Co., north of Bedford.

LEE, George Scott, ca 86, Carrollton died 6 Mar 1938, buried Moffett Cem., former res. of Trimble Co., (b. 1852,) survived by wife, the former LAURA COOPER.

LEE, Georgia,69, died 3 Sep 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 10 Jul 1877, d/o late Byrle and Anna Babcock Wheeler. m. WILLIAM STAPLES, 3 ch. Ada Lela died several yrs ago, living are, Mrs. Frank Rowlett and Wilbur Staples, a brother Walter Wheeler. In later years m. the late John Lee. Note: The name of her father should be Burrell Wheeler.

LEE, John Gray, 56, Bedford died 12 Dec 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, native of Trimble Co., s/o late Judge John Lee, m. HALLIE WALKER, now deceased, 5 ch. m. 2nd, MRS. GEORGIA STAPLES who survives. Children are, Kenneth, Charles, Curran, Mrs. George Fields and Miss LaVerne Lee, a sister, Mrs. Dick Van Zante, 4 brothers, R. E., Jess, Joe and Hurley Lee.

LEE, Sue (Foster,) 74, LaGrange died 20 Dec 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, former resident of Bedford, b. 7 Jun 1857, d/o late Dr. John Foster and Mary Mayo Foster, m. 21 Feb 1901 to JUDGE J. W. LEE, who died 6 years ago, Survived by 1 brother, Seth Foster, 1 sister, Mrs. Gus Grigsby, 6 step?ch., Jess, R. E., J. G., Joe, Hurley Lee and Mrs. Dick Van Zante.

LEE, Tandy Pryor, 49, Indianapolis, IN died 27 Jul 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, born and reared in Trimble Co., s/o Late Judge John Lee and Sallie Gillis Lee, one of 8 children. Survived by sister, Mrs. Dick Van Zante, 5 brothers, R. E., J. G., Jess, Joe, and Hurley Lee, step-mother Mrs. Sue Lee. Preceded by brother Tully B. Lee.

LEE, William Jesse, (72,) died 14 Aug 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late Judge and Mrs. J. W. Lee, (b. 25 Aug 1872,) m. RUTH ACREE dec'd., 1 daughter Mrs. James G. Corns of Chicago, 1 sister Mrs. Dick Van Zante, 3 brothers Joe, Hurley and Robert E. Lee. Note: Funeral rec. gives names of parents, John and Sallie Gillis Lee.

LEHUE, America (Harmon,) 80, died 29 Apr 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, born 18 Apr 1855, (d/o George P. and Mary Ann Humble Harmon,) m. JOHN BALLARD LEHUE, who died Dec 1934, 6 children, 5 survive, Mrs. Clarence H. Kidwell, Mrs. C. A. Law, Ernest, A. B., and Ruth Lehue, 2 brothers, Lon and Bud Harmon.

LEHU(E,) John Ballard, 80, hill above Hardy Creek died 11 Dec 1933, buried IOOF Bedford s/o late William and Doskie (Ladosca) Lehu(e,) b. Carroll Co., 13 Dec 1853, m. MISS AMERICA HARMON, 55 yrs ago, 7 ch., 5 survive with mother, Mrs. C. A. Law, Mrs. C. H. Kidwell, Ernest, Ada and Ruth Lehu(e.) 3 sisters, Cordia Lehu(e,) Mrs. Mahala Ford and Mrs. Henry Hartman.

LEMEN, Loulie E., 65, North Madison, IN died 5 Mar 1934, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 26 Jul 1868, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Armstead Mosley. Survived by husband, WALTER E. LEMEN, and 1 son, Oren Van Buren from a former marriage, 3 sisters, Mrs. H. F. Barker, Mrs. Charles Van Bruen and Mrs. J. I. Whallon, 3 brothers, J. W., G. and P. L. Mosley.

LEMEN, Martha Jessie, 59, died 29 Oct 1944, buried Moffett Cem., b. on King's Ridge in Carroll Co. 12 Jan 1885, d/o late Willis and Martha J. Tandy, 1st m. to HARRY AMES of Madison, IN, he died 1 Nov 1932, m. 2nd on 15 Mar 1939 to WALTER E. LEMEN, survived by husband, 3 bro. Lewis E., Charles C. and Thomas B. Tandy.

LEMEN, Richard G., 71, North Madison died 21 Jan 1935, buried Mt. Tabor Cem., born and reared at Canaan, IN, 1 of 15 children, m. SALLIE KENDALL. She died about 2 years ago, buried Mt. Tabor Cem.

LEMEN, Sallie (Kendall,) 59, North Madison, IN died 22 Nov 1933, buried Mt. Tabor Cem., d/o John and Hannah Kendall, born and reared in Trimble Co., wife of RICHARD LEMEN, 2 sisters, Mrs. James Bird and Mrs. Sue Bird, a brother, Robert Kindall.

LEMEN, Walter E., 69 died 30 Sep 1949, bur. Moffett Cem., b. 19 Mar 1879 at Caanan, IN, s/o Margaret and Gabriel Lemen, came to this county, Mar 1899, worked with Terrell Brothers in the Monument Business and remained until his death. m. Mar 1907 to LULA MOSLEY VONBUREN, she died Mar 1934, 2nd m. Mar 1939 to JESSIE AMES who died Oct 1944, 3rd m. 23 June 1946 to LOTTIE MULLIKIN. Survived by wife and a sister.

LINDSEY, J. M., 84, Lacie died 7 Aug 1943, buried Port Royal Cem., s/o late Abraham and Jessie Ann Brite Lindsay, b. Trimble Co., 16 Oct 1858. m. 7 Apr 1887 to ELVA GARRETT, she died 2 Mar 1895, leaving 5 small children, on 9 Sep 1897 he m. MALINDA TINGLE, born to this union were 6 ch. He leaves widow, 3 dau. Kizzie and Elva Lindsey, Mrs. Ulric Kendall, 7 sons, Orval, Joe, John, Jess, Willie, Roy and Rev. T. B. Lindsey, a son Elisha died 11 years ago.

LITER, Albert, __ died 16 Aug 1947, no other data from funeral record.

LITER, Caddie Ellen Meyer, 75, died 15 Feb 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 19 Sep 1865 d/o Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meyer, m. 28 Dec 1886 to ELISHA LITER who survives, and a sister Mrs. W. B. Mikesell of Brownstown, IN.

LITER, Delphia, 52, Peck Pike died 25 Aug 1934, buried Mahoney Cem., Survived by husband, ALVIN LITER, and 11 children. Note: Some of children from school census are: Ora, Myrtle, Marie, Roy, Virgil, Lorene, and John. Note: Alvin died Mar 1961, all their ch. are listed in his obit.

LITER, James Patrick, born and died 10 Sep 1949. Burial IOOF Bedford. Son of Clifton and Bernice Smith Liter.

LITER, Martha Jane, 83, Mt. Tabor died 26 Oct 1944, buried IOOF Bedford, b. near Pittsburg, PA, 17 Aug 1861, s/o late Samuel and Martha (Blanch McKinney) Morrison, at age 17 she came with her father and step-mother to KY and at age 23 m. WILLIAM LITER of Trimble Co. 9 ch. 6 living, Mrs. Chan Robbins, Mrs. Bee Rogers, Mrs. Frank Matthews, Clyde, Victor and Irvin Robbins. Preceded by husband, an infant son Virgil, 2 dau. Mrs. George Robbins and Mrs. Victor Coghill. She leaves a sister Mrs. Susie Robison and a half-brother George Morrison.

LITER, William A., 70, Carmel died 24 Dec 1929, buried (IOOF Bedford,) b. Trimble Co. Survived by wife MATTIE MORRISON LITER, m. 22 Nov 1882, 7 children: Clyde, Irvin, Victor, Mrs. Chan Robbins, Mrs. Frank Matthews, Mrs. Bee Rogers and Mrs. George Robbins ( or Roberts. ?)

LOGAN, William Warren, 74, died 29 Nov 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Sulphur, KY, 27 Jan 1875, s/o late James William and Mary Ford Logan, moved to Trimble Co. when young, m. 21 May 1896 to NANNIE B. HUTCHERSON. Surv. by wife 7 children, Mrs. J. C. Snyder, Mrs. H. W. Davis, Mrs. Fred Melvin, S. Duncan, James Harlan, George Allen and William Russell Logan.

LONG, C. S., 56, (Benjamin Sanders "S" Long,) Locust in Trimble Co. died 23 Apr 1939 buried IOOF Carrollton, KY, survived by widow MAUDE (HANDLON) LONG, children Mrs. Carl Harsin, Mrs. Wilbur Ayler, Harold, Robert, Norwin and Benny Long, 2 brothers Robert and Charles Long, sis. Mrs. Walton Banks.

LOUDEN, Eliza (Prewitt,) (57,) died 3 Mar 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o late Nathanial and Elizabeth Prewitt, wife of WHITAKER LOUDEN, who survives, a son Claude, died 2 years ago, 6 children survive: Joe, Nathanial, Mrs. Ike Brooks, William, Howard and Elizabeth Louden, 3 brothers, Charles, George and Mike Prewitt.

LOUDEN, Whitaker W. 65, near Sulphur died 24 Apr 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, 3 sons, Joe, William and Howard, 2 daughters, Mrs. Isaac Brooks and Miss Elizabeth Louden. (Wife, ELIZA PREWITT LOUDEN, died in March.)

LOWRANCE, Mattie, 24, died 13 Nov 1936, buried McClellan burying ground, survived by husband, EARL LOWRANCE, dau., Dorothy Jean, father, George Herron, step?mother, 1 sis., Mrs. Dilver Martin, 1 bro., Willard Herron.

LOWRY, Ben S., 65, Wise's Landing died 19 Sep 1942, funeral at LaGrange, (burial in Floydsburg Cem., Oldham Co.) s/o James Clinton and Mary Lowry, he is surv. by widow Kate Doak Lowry, 3 dau. Mrs. Fred Thomas, Mrs. James L. Waters and Mrs. Ben Totten, 5 sons James Clinton, Benjamin Wallace, Guthrie, Preston Elliott and Steven Wilson Lowry, 2 sis. Mrs. Bradley Pierce and Mrs. Gertrude Guthrie, a bro. James Clifton Lowry. 5 children preceded him.

LUCKETT, Anna, (ca 84,) Indianapolis, IN died Jul 1934, in paper of 2 Aug 1934, buried Madison, IN, born and reared in Trimble Co., she was sister of the late Dr. J. H. Calvert, Survived by 2 children, William H. Luckett and Miss Martha Luckett. Note: Henry Luckett, m. 14 Sep 1869, ANNIE R. CALVERT, age 19, Trimble Co.

LUCKETT, Browder, 56, Batavia, Ohio died 8 Feb 1934, a native of Trimble Co., survived by wife, 2 bros., Steele and Gip Luckett, sister, Mrs. Pattie Ray. Note: He was s/o Adam and Nannie Lewis Luckett.

LUCKETT, James H., __, died 30 Nov 1944, burial in Belgium. s/o Mrs. Mildred Luckett, Dana, IN. James was killed in action in Germany. Note: James was s/o Pryor and Mildred Luckett.

LUCKETT, Louis Gibson, 78, died 29 Jun 1945, buried Moffett Cem. b. 22 Aug 1867, s/o Adam and Nancy Steel Luckett. Data from funeral record.

LUCKETT, Rene (Addie Renee.) 78, died 24 Feb 1947, bur. Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co. 18 Nov 1868, d/o William and Ellen Trout Luckett, surv. by sis. Mrs. George Tandy. Preceded by sis. Mrs. Charles Tandy, bro., Wm. T. Luckett.

LUCKETT, Sophia, 77, Milton died 24 Dec 1948, buried Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co. d/o Danville and Sarah (McIntire) Moreland, surv. by 4 ch. Mrs. Irene Yancy, Mrs. Mabel Barringer, Miss Edna Luckett and Lawrence Luckett, a sister, Mrs. Florence Ferris and a brother William Moreland.

LUCKETT, Steele, 76, Pleasant Retreat neighborhood died 27 Apr 1947, bur. Moffett Cem., b. Logan Co., KY, 12 Jun 1871, s/o Adam and Nannie (Lewis) Luckett, m. 1894 to SOPHIA MORELAND, 5 children Mrs. Edgar Yancy, Mrs. John Barringer, Lawrence and Edna Luckett, one child died in infancy. Survived, by ch., sister Mrs. Pattie Ray. Preceded by 3 brothers Browder, Joe and Gip Luckett, a sis. Mollie Luckett.

LUCKETT, Wade Hampton 57, Indianapolis, IN died 10 Dec 1931, Springdale Cem., Madison, born and reared in Trimble Co., s/o late Henry Luckett, survived by mother, 1 sister, Martha Luckett, 1 brother, William Luckett. He was a nephew of the late Dr. J. H. Calvert, Milton, KY.

LUCKETT, Walter A., 75, died 25 / 27 Jun 1947, buried in family Cem. in Carroll Co., b. Carroll Co. s/o Robert and Sophia Ball Luckett, surv. by 4 ch. Mrs. Cecil Thurman, Mrs. Effie Furnish, Mack and Robert Luckett.

LUCKETT, William H., 64, Madison, IN died 9 Nov 1934, buried Vevay, IN, a native of Trimble Co., b. Pleasureville, KY, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Luckett, and nephew of late Dr. J. H. Calvert. Survived by widow and 1 son.

LUCKETT, William T., 80, Pleasant Retreat neighborhood died 6 Dec 1944, buried Moffett Cem., (b. 17 Mar 1865, s/o Wm. and Ellen Trout Luckett,) m. 52 yrs ago to MARY WILLIS. Survived by widow, 3 sons Graham, Pryor and John Luckett, 2 sisters Miss Rene Luckett and Mrs. George Tandy.

LUSBY, Elmer J., 60, died 11 Aug 1946, bur. Moffett Cem. b. Owen Co., KY, 27 Aug 1885, s/o Ethelbert and Sarah Lusby, m. 28 Jul 1906 to ORA J. McCOY, 3 children, Mrs. Lila Craig. Preceded by 2 ch. Mrs. Fay W. Powell and Hubert Lusby, a sister and a brother. Survived by widow, dau., 2 sisters Mrs. James Devore and Mrs. Albert Hensley.

LUSBY, Hubert E., 30, died 17 Dec 1937, buried Moffett Cem., s/o Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lusby, b. Owen Co., KY, 14 Dec 1907, survived by parents, 2 sisters, Miss Fay Lusby and Mrs. Thomas Craig.

LUSTENBERGER, Iva B., 31, Madison, IN died 18 Feb 1931, burial ?? Born Trimble Co. Survived by husband FRANK J. LUSTENBERGER, daughter Charlotte Louise, sister (mother) Mrs. Phanie Nix, 3 brothers Horace, Homer and Luther Nix. She was a niece of Frank and Arthur McGee.

LYNCH, (Anna Elizabeth "Bettie,") 56, Campbellsburg died 10 Nov 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o late Arthur and Nannie Hughes Callis, m. JAMES W. LYNCH, ca 26 years ago, survived by husband, 3 children, twin boys, Rollie and Ollie, 1 dau., Mrs. Melba Brent, 4 brothers, John, Ballard, Chester and Edgar Callis, 2 sisters, Mrs. Bertha Bell and Mrs. Russell Wheeler.

LYNCH, Cora V. (Wade,) 52, near Campbellsburg died 18 May 1933, buried Campbellsburg d/o Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wade, native of Rome, GA, m. 19 Oct 1917 to ROBERT L. LYNCH, 2 daughters, Mrs. Ruth Wade and Cora Lee, adopted daughter, Martha M. Weatherby, 2 sisters, Mrs. Maggie Densmore and Mrs. Kinnie Stinson, a brother, Manual Wade.

LYNCH, Eliza (Barnes,) 76, Mt. Pleasant died 8 Nov 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, born 9 Feb 1852, (d/o Shaderach and Harriet Jane Toombs Barnes.) m. 17 Jan 1877 to JOE LYNCH, 3 children: Mrs. Louis Hoffman, Otho and Oscar Lynch.

LYNCH, Homer Thomas, 53, Brooksburg, IN died 25 Dec 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 21 Aug 1886, s/o late James and Matilda Joyce Lynch, he moved to Indiana 13 years ago. m. 23 Sep 1906 to FRANCES JANE ARNETT who survives, 4 ch. Wilford died 17 yrs ago, 3 ch. survive, Lurline, Alice and John Wilson Lynch, 3 half?bro. Joe, James and Robert Lynch. (Preceded by 2 half-brothers.)

LYNCH, James, 56, Indianapolis, IN died 7 Jan 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, s/o late Logan Lynch, survived by wife and 2 children from 1st marriage, Rollie, Jr. and Miss Melva (Melba) Lynch.

LYNCH, James T., 31, South of Bedford died 11 Oct 1936, buried Campbellsburg Cem. Survived by father, Robert L. Lynch, 3 sisters, Mrs. Anna Louden, Mrs. Nat Louden and Mrs. Marshall Gisicco, 2 half?sis. Ruth and Cora Lee, an adopted sister, Mrs. Emmett McClure. Note: His name was James Thomas Lynch.

LYNCH, James W., 85, died 26 Jul 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 28 Mar 1856, s/o James T. and Saluda Hood Lynch, m. 31 Oct 1888 to MARY BARNES who died 17 Jan 1920, no ch. Surv. by 2 bro. J. J. and R. L. Lynch.

LYNCH, Joel Jefferson, 92, died 8 Dec 1946, bur. IOOF Bedford. (b. Dec 1853,) s/o late James and Saluda Hood Lynch. m. 17 Jan 1877 to ELIZA ANN BARNES, who died 18 Years ago, 3 ch. all surv., Mrs. Mona Hoffman, Oather and Oscar Lynch.

LYNCH, John Logan, 75, Trimble Co. died 22 Jul 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 20 Nov 1852, children: Mrs. Jesse L. Bell, Samuel, James, Noble, Rolly, William and Shelby Lynch, 4 bro., William A., Joseph, Robert and James Lynch. Note: Logan's wife was EMMA ALEXANDER LYNCH, d/o Hayden Alexander.

LYNCH, Melba, 27, Indianapolis, IN died 17 Oct 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, former resident of Trimble Co. d/o late James Lynch, she leaves a bro. Rollie Lynch.

LYNCH, Robert Lee, 79, interred 20 Dec 1942 Campbellsburg Cem., b. Trimble Co. 3 Nov 1863, (s/o James T. Lynch) m. at early age to MAUDE DAUGHERTY who died several yrs ago, 8 ch. Mrs. Anna Lou Louden, Mrs. Marshall Gioscio, Mrs. Nat Louden and 5 are deceased, m. 2nd to MRS. CORA WEATHERBY who died a few years ago, 2 children Mrs. Paul Fewell and Mrs. Marvin Fewell, a foster child Mrs. Emmett McClure and a bro. Joel J Lynch survive.

LYNCH, Rollie, 54, Madison, IN died 12 Jun 1938, buried Springdale Cem., b. Trimble Co. s/o late Logan and Emma Lynch, survived by widow, LUCY PERKINSON LYNCH, a son, Logan, 4 brothers, Shelby, James, Daniel or (Samuel) and Noble Lynch, a sister, Mrs. Addie Bell died 5 Jun 1938.

LYNCH, Samuel, 61, Beech Grove, IN died 27 Jun 1938, buried same, born and reared in Trimble Co., s/o late Logan (and Emma Alexander) Lynch, m. IDA HAMILTON, of Trimble Co., who with 3 ch. survive, Mrs. Jesse Paugh, Mrs. Clarence Jones and Cleston Lynch, 3 bro., Shelby, Noble and James. The 3rd in family to die this month. William Lynch, another bro. died 13 Jan 1935.

LYNCH, Shelby Lee, 65 died 28 Mar 1944, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 10 Mar 1878, s/o John Logan and Emma Alexander Lynch. m. 1904 to CORNELIA LAWSON, 3 dau. Mrs. Emma Emroy, Mrs. William Pierce, Mrs. Walton Suddith and 1 son Carroll Lynch, a brother Knoble Lynch. Preceded by parents, sister and 4 brothers.

LYNCH, William Allen, 78, near Callis Grove died 23 Jun 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late James and Amelia Hood Lynch, Survived by wife, Mollie Hood Lynch, a small dau. Mary Bell Lynch, 4 brothers, Joe J., James W., Robert and half?brother, Homer Lynch.

LYNCH, William H., 55, died 13 Jan 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late Logan (and Emma Alexander) Lynch, born and reared in Trimble Co., Survived by widow, the former HALLIE GREENWOOD, a son, Claude Lynch, a dau. Mary Addie Lynch, a sister, Mrs. Jesse L. Bell, 5 bro., Rolly, James J., Shelby, Noble and Samuel Lynch.

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