TRIMBLE DEMOCRAT 1950 - 1959
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The record of deaths were taken from microfilm and the books of papers,
THE TRIMBLE DEMOCRAT for the years 1950 through 1959.
Everything enclosed in ( parentheses ) was added from another source, burial records, TRIMBLE COUNTY KENTUCKY CEMETERIES, some reference to 1870 census of Trimble County, and some from family research. All notes were added by and not contained in the obituary. Permission to use at the Trimble County Kentucky Genealogy site from the Trimble County Historical Society, Trimble County, Kentucky. I would like to thank them for making this resource available.
HACKETT, Hubert, 58, died 10 Jul 1959, Carrollton, KY, burial Moffett. Native of Trimble Co. survived by wife ETHEL HACKETT, 4 ch., Carroll and Hubert Hackett, Jr., Mrs. Betty Rankin and Mrs. Robert Young, Jr. 3 bro., Beecher, Chester and Cecil, 1 sis. Mrs. Eunice Hamilton.
HACKNEY, Joseph, 89, died 13 Oct 1955, burial IOOF Bedford. Native of Woodford Co., __, m. LILA BURTON now dec'd. Survived by a dau. Mrs. Shell Hood. Preceded by son, Alford Hackney.
HAMILTON, John William, 77, died 11 Sep 1956, Beechgrove, IN, burial ? s/o William R. and Ella Parham Hamilton, b. Trimble Co. operated a blacksmith shop in Abbott Lane vicinity until about 30 yrs ago. He was m. in Feb 1903 to ZILPHA MILES, 3 ch., Rand and Miles Hamilton and dau., Mrs. Josephine Shaw. 2 ch. from second marriage, William and Richard Hamilton, sisters and brothers, Mrs. Ida Lynch, Mrs. Amy Gosman, Mrs. (Lillian) McClure, Earl, Burtice and Ivy Hamilton.
HAMILTON, William Garland "Billy," 21, d. 24 Dec 1951, burial Moffett. A resident of Detroit, Mich. b. 14 Nov 1930 in Milton, KY, s/o Other and Nannie B. Maddox Hamilton, m. 16 Aug 1951 to CHARLOTTE MARKER of Madison, IN. Survived by those named, a bro. Jack Hamilton, a sis. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Huston, grandmother, Mrs. Carrie Maddox.
HAMMONS, Alonzo Lloyd, 81, died 25 Mar 1950, burial IOOF Bedford. b. Williamstown, KY, 11 Feb 1869, s/o Harrison and Hannah Hammons. m. LULA WILEY in 1894, 8 ch., Wilbur, Harry, Jesse, Frank, Howard, Mrs. Minnie Jones and Mrs. Ella Free, sis., Mrs. Lula Vest. One son, Lawrence Hammons deceased.
HAMPTON, Miss Mary Emily, (81,)died 16 Jan 1955, Hunter's Bottom, burial IOOF Carrollton, b. 7 Jun 1873, eldest d/o late Dr. and Mrs. S. E. Hampton. She leaves 2 sis., Mrs. M. E. Garber and Miss Ella K., a brother, Walter L. Hampton. (Or Walton L. Hampton ?)
HANCOCK, Amy Kate, 85, died 4 Nov 1959, burial IOOF Bedford. (b. 30 Sep 1874,) d/o Joseph and Susan McMahan Greenwood, m. 1899 to F. W. HANCOCK. Dr. Floyd Hancock practiced med. some 33 years before his death in 1931. Survived by 2 sons Everett and J. C. Hancock, 3 bro., A. E., Carl B. and Eugene Greenwood, 2 sis., Mrs. Nannie Powell, Mrs. Gertrude Powell. Preceded by a daughter and 2 brothers.
HANCOCK, Anna, 71, died 16 Jul 1957, Worthville, KY, burial Carrollton. (b. 21 May 1886, d/o John and Louise Obertate.) Wife of HERBERT HANCOCK. son, John Hancock, Jr., 2 dau., Mrs. James Stark and Mrs. Curtis Wise, a brother William Obertate.
HANCOCK, Dr. Forrest, 83, d. 22 Jul 1957, funeral at Sulphur, burial ? He had been a practicing physician for nore than 50 years. Survived by wife MINNIE MORRIS HANCOCK, a son W. F. Hancock.
HANCOCK, Victor Y. "Uncle Vick," 78, d. 11 Oct 1955, burial IOOF Bedford s/o late Dr. J. C. and Kate Yager Hancock b. 2 Mar 1877 at the old Chan Morgan house which still faces U S 42 and 421, m. LUCY ANN BALL who died 1941, 6 ch. 3 dau. survived, Mrs. Alfred Jones, Mrs. Chilton Brooks and Mrs. Drew Newman, 2 sis., Mrs. Jessie Jackson and Mrs. Virginia Tandy.
HARMON, Elizabeth "Granny," 85, died 30 Jul 1953, burial Moffett Cem. d/o William and (Melvena Welch) Richmond, b. 6 Nov 1867, lifelong resident of Trimble Co. m. 26 May 1886 at Madison, to R. GATHRIGHT HARMON, 4 ch., survived by 2 sons, Leonard and Raymond Harmon, 2 sis. Mrs. Mary Jones and Mrs. Ida Wilson, 2 bro. Nolan and Shirley Richmond. Preceded by husband, 2 sons Virtis and Giltner Harmon, 3 sis. Mrs. George Graves, Minnie and Roberta Richmond.
HARMON, Elizabeth B., 57, died 9 May 1950, burial IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co. d/o Mrs. Betty (Ogden) Moore and the late Benjamin Moore. m. 1916 to BYRON HARMON who survives with 5 ch., Mrs. Leland Scott, Mrs. G. W. Taylor, Keith, Kenneth and Loman Harmon, a bro. Lawrence Moore. Preceded by a son, James Harmon.
HARMON, Harley, 72, died 16 Mar 1959, Union Grove com., burial IOOF Carrollton. (s/o Lafe Harmon.) Survived by wife NELLIE COLBERT HARMON, 3 sons, David (Laird), Loraine and Norman Harmon, dau., Margaret Garrett, 3 bro., Marion, Harry and Clarence Harmon, 3 sis., Mrs. Gertrude Stockdale, Mrs. Letha Parsons (Parson) and Mrs. Ella Shaffer.
HARMON, Hurley H. (Hardin,) 52, died 19 Jun 1951, burial IOOF Bedford born 9 May 1899. Data from funeral record. Note: He was s/o Newton Jasper and Mary Alice Whitaker Harmon.
HARMON, Marion, ca 74, died 8 Apr 1959, Vevay IN. Burial IOOF Carrollton. Born Trimble Co., s/o Lafe and Martha Diarmit Harmon. Survived by wife, VIOLA YOCUM HARMON and several children.
HARMON, Rodney Dell, 13, died 18 Mar 1952, burial Mt. Carmel Cem. (b. 20 Aug 1938,) s/o Lloyd and (Lola Brown) Harmon.
HARMON, Victor C., 76, died 11 Jan 1951, Bedford, burial IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co. 22 Aug 1874, s/o O. P. and Agnes Harmon, m. 16 Dec 1900 MATTIE J. MORGAN, 10 ch., 8 of which reached maturity, Mrs. James E. Patterson, Mrs. Robert Mann, Jane, Perry C., Otis S., Wilbur B. and William H. Harmon, 3 sis., Mrs. Warren Peak, Mrs. Fannie Alexander and Mrs. Sadie Kendall, 1 bro. Clarence Harmon.
HARMON, Zora Cutshaw, __, died 1954. She married WALTER L. HARMON 16 Dec 1902. He died 1934. Look for obit.
HARPER, Nancy Jane, __, died 27 Apr 1951, Madison, IN, burial Springdale Cem. Native of Trimble Co. d/o late John and Sarah Parker, resided in Indiana since early childhood. Widow of GEORGE F. HARPER. Survived by 3 ch., Mrs. Ellen Bagley, Mrs. Anna Dowell and John F. Harper, a sis. Mrs. J. W. Turner, bro., Christoper C. Parker. Mrs. John Young, Bedford is a granddaughter.
HARROD, Burlie Hoyt, 63, died 27 Oct 1952, Milton, burial Moffett Cem. b. Scott Co., IN, (28 Mar 1889,) s/o late William and Laura Garriott Harrod, m. (25 Mar 1914) to LUCY MORGENEGG, they made their home in Colo. 3 ch. Mrs. Doris Lynch, Merle and Bryon Harrod. His wife died 1920, he and ch. returned to live in Indiana. m. 2nd in Jan 1944, to MRS. HAZEL GRAVES of Milton, who survived a sis., Mrs. Sophronia Ropp, 2 step-dau. Mrs. Albert Green and Mrs. Delmas Banks. Preceded by 3 brothers and 1 sister.
HAWKINS, John, 74, d. 17 Oct 1955, Canip Creek, burial Moffett Cem. Survived by wife, LAURA HAWKINS, 5 ch., Mrs. Florence Wilcox, Mrs. Hallie Dugan, Mrs. Frances Shelton, Mrs. Vinia Stuck and John Louis Hawkins, 2 sis. Mrs. Druzzy Hackett and Mrs. Dilma Bruce.
HAYDEN, Carrie Lee, 77, d. 10 May 1953, New Orleans, burial there. A native of Trimble Co. she taught in elementary and high schools in Kentucky. She had been a teacher at Spencer since 1924. Survived by husband, C. C. HAYDEN of New Orleans, 1 son, Carroll Hayden, Jr., brothers, J. Arthur and Ivy D. Mitchell.
HENDERSON, Bertha, 66, died 4 Aug 1953, burial Pleasureville Cem. b. 24/26 Oct 1886, d/o late W. E. Washburn and Mrs. Eliza Jane Washburn of Lexington, KY, m. 31 Jan 1912 to GUY HENDERSON who died in 1929, 2 children, Genevieve who died at age 18 and N. W. Henderson who survived 2 sis., Mrs. Clements and Mrs. Reva Parsons. Preceded by a sister Mrs. Pearl Roberts. For 22 years, Mrs. Henderson served as matron of the Kentucky Children's Home at Lyndon, KY.
HEVELINE, James, (36,) died 6 May 1955, (burial IOOF Bedford.) b. 9 Aug 1918, s/o Frank and Ada Garriott Heveline. Survived by father, step-mother, bro., Frank Heveline, Jr. Preceded by mother and 3 sis., Virginia, Jessie and Geraldine Heveline.
HEYSER, THELMA FIX, 51, near Harods Creek died 23 Aug 1953. Burial? Born Trimble Co., d/o Dr. C. C. and Jessie Giddens Fix.
HILL, Ella M., 67, died 25 Jul 1958, Bedford, burial IOOF Bedford. (b. 16 Aug 1890,) d/o Oliver and Laura Perkinson. m. 5 Jun 1912 to ORLANDA R. HILL who died 6 Feb 1935, 2 dau., Martha F. Hill a teacher and Mrs. McClellan Martin, a sister Mary O. Perkinson, and a brother Perry M. Perkinson.
HOLCOMB, Ellura, 78, died 19 May 1959, burial IOOF Bedford. b. Bowling Green, KY, lived in Trimble Co. for 40 years. m. RICHARD HUNTER, he died 1943, 7 ch. living, Richard and Raymond Hunter, Mrs. Pearl Patterson, Mrs. Janet Lloyd, Mrs. Clara Armour, Mrs. Zoe Zook and Mrs. Betty Bush. A son John died in infancy. m. 2nd to WILL HOLCOMB who died 3 years ago.
HOLCOMB, Nannie, died 21 May 1957, Louisville, burial IOOF Bedford. (b. 1878) Former resident of Bedford, formerly Nanny Bell, widow of ED HOLCOMB.
HOLCOMB, Will, 78, died 15 Mar 1956, burial IOOF Bedford. s/o late Albert and Margrete Tyra Holcomb, b. Trimble Co. Survived by widow, ELURA HUNTER HOLCOMB and adopted dau. Mayme Wyman.
HOLSCLAW, David Giltner,near 95, d. 16 Dec 1951, burial Holsclaw Cem. Burial in a remote family burial plot near headwaters of Canip, one of 11 ch. born to Alexander and Eliza Jane Foster Holsclaw. b. 23 Jan 1857, Trimble Co. "Uncle Dave" spent nearly all his life on a small farm on Canip. m. 1922 to NORA JACKSON who surv. No ch. Note: Burial records gives age as 93, b. 23 Jan 1857.
HOLSCLAW, Florence Wood, 80, d. 9 Nov 1956, Campbellsburg, burial Cicero Indiana. Native of Trimble Co.(d/o James Butler Wood,) widow of BARNEY G. HOLSCLAW who died 9 yrs ago. Survived by 5 ch., Alvin and Jack Holsclaw, Mrs. Merle Staten, Mrs. Oscar Hardesty and Mrs. Leslie Bird, 3 sis. Mrs. Dora Holsclaw, Mrs. Ercell Averitt and Mrs. Ella Bradley. 2 sons preceded her, Herman and James Holsclaw.
HOLSCLAW, Ira M., 77, died 18 Dec 1954, Indiana, burial ___. s/o Elijah and Martha Ann Martin Holsclaw, b. Trimble Co., lived here many years before moving to IN. He was from a family of 8 ch. but no ch. of his own. Survived by wife DORA WOOD HOLSCLAW, formerly from Trimble Co. 2 sis., Mrs. Nora Chitwood and Mrs. Carrie Cavett. Preceded by 2 sis. Mrs. Ella Smitha and Mrs. Ida Smith, 3 bro, James, Frank and Edward Holsclaw.
HOLSCLAW, James, 67, died 23 Apr 1951, Blotcher, IN, burial ____. Native of Trimble Co. in Mt. Carmel com., spent most of his life in Jefferson Co., IN. Survived by widow CLARA HOLSCLAW, 4 ch., Martha, Ralph, Harold and Gale Holsclaw all of Indiana.
HORINE, Scisley, 78, d. 4 Jul 1950, Madison, IN, burial IOOF Bedford. Native of Trimble Co. d/o Mr. and Mrs. Newton Barnes. m. JAMES DEAN of Trimble Co. after his death m. 2nd JAMES HORINE now dec'd. Survived by 3 ch., Mrs. Opal Duncan, A. P. and William Horine. Also 3 ch., from 1st marriage, Oliver Dean, Mrs. Esther McCutchen and Mrs. Laura Byers, a bro. John W. Barnes. Preceded by 2 brothers and 3 sis.
HOSKINS, Mrs. (Maud,) 61, died 16 Nov 1952, burial ______. Survived by husband HARBIN HOSKINS, her mother Mrs. Nannie Reese, 9 ch. Mrs. W. W. Burges, Mrs. Dorothy Romans, Mrs. Nancy Hughes, Mrs. Mary Stalling, Elisha, Reuben, Robert, James and Harbin Hoskins, Jr.
HOTFIL, Mary, 72, died 26 Sep 1950, Hunter's Bottom, burial Lutheran Cem. b. Germany, came to this country when 10 yrs old. m. WILLIAM HOTFIL,(he died 1918.) 1 dau., Mrs. Ernest Thieman, 3 sis., Mrs. William (Anna) Hotfil, Mrs. John Sachleben and Mrs. Ed West, bro., William Meier. Note: Funeral records give name, Florentine Marie Hotfil, 72, b. 25 Aug 1878 d/o Frederick and Cathern Walkenhorst Meier. Mary / Marie's sister Anna married William Frederick Hotfil.
HUDSON, James W., 91, died 26 Nov 1958, burial Moffett Cem. b. 9 Oct 1867, s/o Abner W. and Isabell Giddens Hudson.) Survived by wife MARY CHANDLER HUDSON, a dau. Mrs. Bessie Butler, a bro. R. M. Hudson, a sis. Mrs. Lula Voiers. James grandfather Allen Hudson, was pastor of the Mt. Pleasant Methodist Church, he was also credited as the builder of the church.
HUDSON, Mary Frances, 94, died 20 May 1959, burial Moffett Cem. (b. 15 Feb 1864,) d/o Daniel T. and Edna Kennedy Chandler. She was a life resident of Trimble Co. widow of JAMES W. HUDSON. Survived by dau., Mrs. Bessie Butler.
HUDSON, Zettie Bell, 69, died 10 May 1951, burial Moffett Cem. b. 6 Jun 1881, d/o Hayden and Mary Hunt Shelton. Data from funeral record. She is on stone with Ida Sullivan who died 1947.
HUFF, Annie Wise, 75, died 14 Apr 1950, burial IOOF Bedford. "Aunt Annie" b. Trimble Co. 6 Dec 1874, d/o late John and Anetia Perkinson. m. 4 Feb 1890 to RICHARD HENRY WISE who died 10 Sep 1915, 7 ch. survive, Louis, Elmo and Oscar Wise, Mabel Craig, Bertha Staples, Vada Abbott, Mary Edna Gosman. Dec'd. ch., Hazel, Janice, Florence and Raymond Wise. Survived by 2 half-bro., Villa and Lester Perkinson, 3 half-sis., Linnie Browning, Stella Ball and Florence Culver. m. 2nd on 10 Nov 1920 to JAMES "TINY" HUFF, who died 1 Dec 1944. Prec. by 2 sis., Ida Huff and Hattie Perkinson and a half-bro., Cleveland Perkinson.
HUGHES, James A., 82, died 5 Nov 1956, burial IOOF Bedford. Life resident of Trimble Co. in Union Grove com. Survived by 2 sons, Shelby and Lawrence Hughes. Preceded by wife, MINNIE HUGHES and 2 children.
HUGHES, Minnie Rand, 73, died 1 Dec 1950, burial IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co. 30 Dec 1876, d/o late William and Indiana (Weatherby) Rand. Minnie was reared in the Mt. Tabor com., being the eighth in a family of 13 ch. all who lived to be grown. m. Apr 1899 to JAMES ALLEN HUGHES who survives 2 sons, Lawrence L. and Shelby R. Hughes, 2 sis., Miss Nettie Rand and Mrs. Mabel Lahar, 1 bro. C. V. Rand. She was preceded by 2 ch., Elmo at age 2 yrs and Reva Mae who died in infancy, bro., James "Mack," Eddie Forrest, Dr. B. O. Rand, Mrs. Junie Benefield, Mrs. Nannie Carlisle, Mrs. Margie Bird, Miss Flora Belle, Miss Hosea and Miss Sadie Rand. Note: See children listed in Nettie Rand obituary 14 Jan 1955.
HUGHES, William Henry "Will," 78, d. 4 Nov 1957, burial IOOF Bedford. b. 21 Jul 1879, s/o late Andrew J. and Ollie J. (Alexander) Hughes. Youngest of 3 ch. He lived in the same place all his life in the New Hope com., never married. Sis. were, Mrs. Ella N. Peak, died 3 Nov 1957 and Mrs. Tommie Chandler who died 5 Feb 1954.
HUNTER, Ben O., (83,) died 30 Jan 1956, burial IOOF Bedford. b. 27 May 1872, s/o Henry and Martha Adcock Hunter, m. 10 Oct 1900 to MATTIE TUCKER who died 24 years ago, 8 ch., 5 died in infancy, a son Harley died 1950. Survived by dau. Mrs. William Louden, a son Roy Hunter, 2 bro. Tandy and William Hunter, 2 sis. Mrs. Rose Tingle and Mrs. Effie Moore.
HUNTER, Frank, 75, died 12 Nov 1955, burial IOOF Bedford. Native of Trimble Co. (s/o Henry and Martha Adcock Hunter.) Survived by wife ANNA HUNTER, 4 ch., Alvin Hunter, Mrs. William Coghill, Mrs. Henry Alpers, Mrs. Paul Hardin, 2 step-ch. Mrs. E. B. Taylor and Sgt. Norvin Stonestreet, 3 bro., William, Ben and T. P. Hunter, 2 sis., Rosie Tingle and Effie Moore.
HUNTER, Nannie, 86, d. 14 Jul 1959, Edinburg, IN, burial IOOF Bedford. Native of Trimble Co. widow of CHARLIE HUNTER, survived by 4 dau., Mrs. Elbert Dorsey, Mrs. Clarence Gibson, Mrs. Dosie Mount and Mrs. Elsie Blue, sis., Mrs. Lizzie Skelton and bro. John Quinley.
HUNTER, Tandy P., 70, died 6 Sep 1957, burial IOOF Bedford. W.W.I veteran, lifelong resident of this county, s/o Henry and Martha Adcock Hunter. m. ALICE BAKER who died 14 yrs ago, m. 2nd, ISABELL ENGLEMAN who surv. 2 sis. Mrs. Rosie Tingle and Mrs. Effie Moore, a brother Bill Hunter.
HUTCHASON, Horace Monroe, 62, died 22 Jan 1952, burial IOOF Bedford. s/o W. O. and Elizabeth Hutchason, m. 30 Jun 1910 to HAZEL McCOMBS who died 4 Feb 1946, 6 ch., Bettie Lee, Mary Elizabeth Morgan, Alma Mae Winburn, William Joseph, Flora Scarbrough and Jesse, a bro. Charles Hutchason. m. 2nd 17 Sep 1948 to NETTIE MAY ADAMS FARLEY.
HUTCHERSON, Emmett, 41, died 25 Dec 1951, Indianapolis, burial IOOF Bedford. W.W.II veteran, served in Navy. Former resident of Trimble Co. s/o O. S. (Owen S.) and Lydia (Jackson) Hutcherson. Survived by bro., Hubert Hutcherson.
HUTCHERSON, Harold Merriet, 1 week, d. 10 Mar 1953, burial IOOF Bedford. s/o Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hutcherson.
HUTCHERSON, Owen S., (Owen Silas, 71,) died 23 Sep 1951, burial IOOF Bedford. Resident of Dillsborough, IN, b. 2 Dec 1879, lived in Trimble Co. most of his life, s/o late Fred and Sarah Lane Hutcherson. m. May 1906 to LYDA JACKSON, who died 1915, 2 sons Herbert and Emmett Hutcherson. m. 2nd to LULA WRIGHT of Bowling Green, KY, who died in May 1947. Preceded by 2 sis. Mrs. W. W. Logan and Mrs. D. B. Garriott, bro., J. O. Hutcherson.
JACKSON, Arthur, 74, died 7 Jul 1958, burial Mt. Tabor Cem. b. Trimble Co. a resident of Union Grove com. Preceded by a sis. Mrs. Minnie McClure. Mr. Jackson was the first person to be buried at Mt. Tabor in the past 16 years.
JACKSON, Betty Ann, 4 mo. died 13 Mar 1950, burial IOOF Bedford. d/o Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Jackson of Carrollton. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hurley McCutcheon and Mr. Smith Jackson, great-grandparents are Mrs. Cora Adams and Mr. Tom Jackson.
JACKSON, Denny Sidney, infant, died 18 Mar 1955, burial IOOF Bedford. b. 18 Feb 1955, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Jackson. Leaves 2 sis., Linda and Brenda Jackson, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Estes and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson.
JACKSON, Elizabeth Willis, 82, died 8 May 1959, Hanover, IN, bur IOOF Bedford. b. 9 Dec 1875,(date 1877 on stone) Trimble Co. taught school at Totten, Pleasant Retreat, Mt. Pleasant, Sycamore Valley all in Trimble Co. She was the d/o William G. and Esther Hudson Willis. m. 17 Mar 1909 to TABNER JACKSON who died Aug 1958. Shortly after their marriage, moved to Hanover, IN. Survived by 2 dau. Mrs. Mary Judkins and Mrs. Thelma Lester, 2 bro. A. F. and W. T. Willis. 2 ch. died in infancy.
JACKSON, Emmett Edward, 79, died 12 Jul 1958, burial IOOF Bedford. He lived in New Hope com. most of his life, s/o James Duncan and Mary Elizabeth Young Jackson, 1 of 9 ch. all preceded him. m. 2 Dec 1911 to CORDIE VARBLE, 5 ch. all surv., Owen, Emmett, Graham, Aubrey, Mary Stockdale and Lavenia Thomas. Note: 6 ch. listed.
JACKSON, Lillie A., 69, died 30 Sep 1957, burial IOOF Bedford. d/o late Robert and Sallie Simpson Abbott, wife of JIM JACKSON. Survivors include 5 bro., William, Shelton, Ed, John and Ira Abbott.
JACKSON, Lucian, (68,) died 22 Sep 1954, burial IOOF Bedford. b. 18 Jul 1886, m. 1907 to Mrs. MAMMIE PRUITT, who died 1920, 1 dau., Mrs. Lena Jackson Welch. m. 2nd MINNIE HEIL who survives with their ch., Mrs. Vernon Noel, Mrs. Dorothy Leatherman, Mrs. Claude Beckley, Mrs. William Tingle, William Owen and George Jackson, sis., Mrs. Ethel Hoskins and Mrs. Charlie Robertson, 3 bro., Sidney, Jim and Walter Jackson.
JACKSON, Mollie Barry, 84, d. 15 Oct 1950, Indianapolis, burial IOOF Bedford. m. 8 Oct 1931 to E. G. JACKSON, he died 1941. Survived by 3 bro. Walter, Frank and Eugene _____ (Barry?,) 1 sister, Mrs. Ella Rowlett. Note: Her name in husband's obit. was Mollie Berry.
JACKSON, Tabner B., 79, d. 7 Aug 1958, Hanover,IN, burial IOOF Bedford. s/o William and Margaret Young Jackson, b. Trimble Co. lived here until after his m. to ELIZABETH WILLIS. Survived by wife, 2 dau. Mrs. Mary Blanche Judkins and Mrs. Thelma Lester, 2 bro. Harry and C.G. Jackson.
JACKSON, Thomas Tabner Young "Tom," 80, d. 10 Feb 1955, burial Moffett. b. Trimble Co. 13 Jan 1875, s/o James D. and Mary Elizabeth (Young) Jackson. m. Oct 1896 to LYDIA E. SMITH who died 16 May 1940, survived by children, Finnell, Smith, Henry Jackson, Mrs. Charles Coffin, Mrs. Everitt (Margaret) Wingham and Mrs, Joseph Lehue, 1 bro., Emmett Jackson.
JEFFRIES, Sada Rhea, 44, died 6 Oct 1952, burial IOOF Bedford. b. 3 Jul 1908, Trimble Co. d/o Thomas and Lida (Perkinson) Jeffries. She leaves 2 brothers, Willie and Hurley Jeffries. Preceded by a brother Herbert, and a sister Beulah Jeffries.
JENKINS, Fidelia, 80, died 25 Dec 1955, burial IOOF Bedford. b. Woodford Co., KY, spent most of her life in Trimble Co. m. ELLIOT HACKNEY, 4 ch., Mrs. Tom McDole, Lemuel, Mack and Eugene Hackney. 2nd m. to ADAM JENKINS, 2 ch., Mary Florence who died at age 6 yrs and Erwin Jenkins, also survived by 5 bro., Frank, Jim, George, Bert Ira Hackney, a sister Carrie Perkinson.
JENKINS, Lydia Anna, 69, died 8 Feb 1958, burial Moffett Cem. Resident of Indiana, survived by dau., Mrs. Elvan (Thelma) Roberts, sons, Howard R., and Paul Jenkins, 2 sisters, Mrs. Emma Beaumont and Mrs. Edna Melvin.
JENNINGS, Denzel, __, died 5 Mar 1957, burial IOOF Bedford. d/o Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hall. Survived by parents, husband, Guy Jennings, son, Robby Jennings, sis., Mrs. Kenneth Ginn, Mrs. Mark Collis Butler and Mrs. Ira Pyles, 1 brother John Carroll Hall. 1 brother Joseph Hall, died in infancy. (Stone dates: 1916 - 1957.)
JENNINGS, Pryor Alvin, 85, interred 31 Jul 1957, (IOOF Bedford.) Funeral at Sligo. b. Trimble Co. m. HALLIE (HATTIE) PINNELL, who died 52 yrs ago, 2 ch., Elmer Jennings and Ethel who died several yrs ago. m. 2nd to BESSIE POWELL, 3 ch., Guy Jennings, Mrs. Bernice Bookman and Mrs. Lois Bryant, a step-dau. Mrs. Matt Raines.
JOHNSON, Richard Leland, 75, d. 12 Apr 1955, Tipp City, Ohio, burial ? s/o Younger and Ella Skirvin Johnson, b. Boone Co., KY, at a very early age moved to Mt. Pleasant neighborhood in Trimble Co., lived in Ohio for last 15 yrs. In 1902, m. DELLA FLORENCE McKAY, 12 ch., 2 died in infancy, 10 survive, Younger M., Paul, Hiram, George, Martin, Mrs. Homer C. Clem, Mrs. Elliott Lowry, Mrs. Willard Newby, Mrs. Taylor Lewis and Mrs. William Weaver, sis., Mrs. Albert Liter and half-sister, Mrs. Mamie Feldon.
JOHNSON, William, 90, 15 Apr 1953, burial Duncan burying ground. b. 2 Mar 1862, wife died a number of yrs ago, 6 ch., a bro. Arthur Johnson, a sister Mrs. Eva Cayton. Note: This was in the Poplar Ridge news. He is not listed in Cemetery Book.
JONES, Egbert, 68, died 11 Aug 1959, burial Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co. (22 Aug 1890, s/o Dudley Jones.) He served 8 years as postmaster at Milton. Survived by wife VIRGIE BOSWELL JONES, 3 children, Mrs. Virginia Burton, Phyllis and Elmer Lavern Jones, his mother, Mrs. Mary Richmond Jones, 4 sis., Mrs. Hazel Swick, Mrs. Hallie Morris, Mrs. Sam Martin, Mrs. Henry Gossom, bro, Ora and Paul Jones.
JONES, John Luther, 88, died 2 Feb 1959, burial Moffett Cem. Native of Trimble Co. (b. 11 Jun 1870, s/o Jesse and Nancy Crafton Jones.) His wife, PRISCILLA CRAFTON JONES died at 1 AM, he died at 4 PM 16 hours apart from heart attacks. Survived by 7 daughters and 5 sons. Sisters living are Mrs. Lucy Bell, Mrs. Minnie Crafton and Mrs. Elizabeth Barringer. Note: See children, in wife's obituary.
JONES, Margaret Jane, ca 87, died Indiana. Interred 17 Dec 1955 in Moffett Cemetery. d/o Henry S. and Sarah Ellen McGlocklin Richmond. Widow of EDWARD EGBERT JONES. 1 son Charles Thomas died Oct 1918. 2 other children are, James Edward Jones, Sr. and Henry Alva Jones. LOOK FOR OBIT.
JONES, Mary, 88, died 30 Sep 1959, Milton, burial Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co. (11 Mar 1871,) d/o William and Melvina Welch Richmond. Widow of DUDLEY JONES who died 1935. Survived by 6 children, Mrs. Henry Gossom, Mrs. Sam Martin, Mrs. Hazel Swick, Mrs. Hallie Morris, Ora and Paul Jones, 1 bro. Nolan Richmond. Preceded by son, Egbert.
JONES, Minnie, 85, died 17 Jul 1958, Kings Ridge, burial Carrollton. b. 12 Apr 1873, d/o late Andy and Martha McDole. m. Dec 1889 to JOHNNIE T. JONES, 3 ch., Ernest, Raymond and Mrs. Mary Alice Taylor, 3 sisters, Mrs. Lula Calvert, Mrs. Pollie Scott and Mrs. Isabelle Webster, 1 brother, Marcus McDole.
JONES, Priscella Jane, 83, died 2 Feb 1959, burial Moffett Cem. (b. 18 Mar 1876, d/o Henry and Nancy Adams Crafton.) A native of Marshall Co., KY, came to Trimble Co. in her youth. She died 16 hours before her husband JOHN LUTHER JONES. Survived by 7 dau., Mrs. Elizabeth Garriott, Mrs. Mattie Tilford, Mrs. Mary Powell, Mrs. Gladys Burkhardt, Mrs. Effie Walkenhorst, Mrs. Carrie Maddox, Mrs. Augusta Maddox, 5 sons, Victor, Charles, Wilbur, Orville and William Jones. Preceded by 4 children.
JONES, Ray, 52, died 3 Feb 1959, Madison, IN, burial IOOF Bedford. s/o late Richard S. and Sarah Hood Jones, b. Trimble Co. lived in Wise's Landing area, moved to IN a year ago. Survived by ch., Mrs. Evelyn B. Willtrout, Richard, Ray A., Herbert H., Alvin Scott and Donald Jones,, 2 bro., Floyd and Clinton Jones, half-bro. Alphur (s) Daugherty.
JONES, W. C. "Buck," 58, died 14 Mar 1952, New York, burial there. Willis C. a veteran of W.W.I, b. Trimble Co. s/o late W. L. and Louise Casper Jones, reared in Union Grove com. Widow, TRULLA JONES and 2 sis., Mrs. Harold (Sallie) Carraco and Mrs. William (Edith) Ginn, 3 bro., Charles E., Aubrey and R. W. Jones all survive.
JOYCE, Fannie, (90,) died 27 Nov 1959, burial Moffett Cem. Native of Trimble Co. (b. 19 Jan 1869,) d/o late Nannie Jackson and Samuel Strother Joyce. Note: Funeral records state she is the d/o Samuel and Nancy Jackson Strother, widow of WILSON R. JOYCE. (He died 1938.)
JOYCE, Miss Hazel, near 55, died 23 Jan 1953, Madison, IN burial there. 55 in Feb 1953, d/o Mrs. Fannie Joyce and the late Frank A. Joyce. Spent early childhood in Wise's Landing when her father operated a store and sawmill, moved to Madison a number of years ago.
JOYCE, Melanthon "Lamb," 94, died 20 Mar 1959, burial Moffett Cem. s/o Pliny and Clara Brooks Joyce, b. Switcherland Co., IN, moved to this county when a small boy. He m. ELIZABETH CRAYCRAFT who died 16 yrs ago. 9 ch., a son died in infancy and dau., Mrs. L. E. Moore died 1952. Survived by 7 ch., Mrs. Edgar (Clara) Kennedy, Mrs. Ralph (Lena) Clem, Mrs. Herbert (Irene) Fisher, Mrs. Bruce (Josephine) Adams, Ralph, Randall and Wilbur Joyce, sis., Mrs. A. T. Schnaitter.
JOYCE, O. S. (Oliver,) 80, died 10 Nov 1957, burial Moffett Cem. (b. 17 Oct 1877, s/o Pliney and Clarissa Brooks Joyce.) A retired banker, native of Trimble Co. Survived by wife ELIZABETH CHANDLER JOYCE, 2 sons, J. P. and William H. Joyce, sis., Mrs. Carrie Schnaitter, a brother M. Joyce.
JOYCE, Robert Edward, 62, died 18 Apr 1956, burial IOOF Bedford. W W I veteran, s/o Robert and Anna Goley Joyce, b. Mt. Pleasant neighborhood and resided in the house which he was born all his life except for a time spent in the army. Survived by wife NAOMI TAYLOR JOYCE, a son, Robert Douglas Joyce and a bro., Albert Joyce.
JOYCE, Roy, 75, died 7 Jun 1959, Indiana, burial Mt. Zion Ch. Cem. Native of Spencer Co., IN, but spent his youth in this county in the Mt. Pleasant com., moved to Jefferson Co., IN, 38 years ago. Survived by wife FANNIE JOYCE, 3 ch., Clarence Joyce, Mrs. Marjorie Lauter and Mrs. Doris Amick, 3 sis. Mrs. Effie Mosley, Mrs. Denzil Peak and Mrs. Vivian Holderfield.
KAHOON, Lenora Cutshaw. 84, died 31 Aug 1953, burial IOOF Bedford. Resident of New Castle, d/o late Jim and Susan Crafton, m. NOAH CUTSHAW, (he died 1934) Survived by husband HARVEY KAHOON, 5 dau., Suzanne Wiley, Lula Neighbert, Margaret LeBaron, Gladys Callis, Geneva Douglas, 2 sons, Arthur and James Cutshaw, 2 step-ch. Zora Harmon and Frank Cutshaw, 2 brothers, John and Gabe Crafton.
KELLEY, Infant son born and died 15 Oct 1957, burial Moffett Cem. s/o Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kelley, Mt. Tabor community.
KELLY, Johnnie, 4 years, died 17 Oct 1954, burial Mt. Carmel Cem. John Wayne Kelly s/o James and Ethel Hood Kelly, (b. 10 Apr 1950.)
KEMP, Charles James, 21, (Clarence James on stone.) died 9 Aug 1953, burial IOOF Bedford. Survived by parents Clarence and (Louise Catherine Penn) Kemp, 2 sis., Agnes and Martha, a brother, George Kemp.
KEMP, Jessie Jane, 72, died 1 Nov 1957, burial IOOF Bedford. Wife of Bee Kemp, (G. B. Kemp) Survived by 2 sons, Clarence and Elbert Kemp, 2 dau., Christine Morgan and Helen Lorine Kemp.
KENDALL, Armenta "Aunt Minta," 95yrs, 1 mo and 18 days, d. 6 Aug 1950, burial IOOF Bedford. d/o late Frona (Faulkner) and Tice Whitaker, lifelong resident of Trimble Co. m. to HENRY TINGLE after his death, m. 2nd THOMAS KENDALL also dec'd. 5 ch,. 3 sons and 2 dau. Survived by 1 dau., Mrs. Ellen Walker, 2 sons Ben and Ed Tingle, 1 sister Mrs. Edgar Shelton.
KENDALL, Jesse Albert, 64, died 13 Jul 1952, Indianapolis, burial IOOF Bedford. s/o Len Boyd and Lelia Marget (Margaret?) Ball Kendall, born and reared Trimble Co. Several years ago moved to Ohio then to Indianapolis, IN. In 1920 he m. LENA DAVIS BOYDALE, 1 son Walter Edward Kendall, m. 2nd in 1941 to MRS. REBECCA HORINE JEFFRIES, 4 ch., Howard and Ovia Kendall, Mrs. Cleveland Colbert and Mrs. Melvin Peacock. Wife and his ch. survive. Preceded by a sister, Mrs. Richard Horine 11 yrs ago.
KENDALL, Shell V., 60, died 2 Nov 1952. Burial IOOF Carrollton. He was born in Trimble Co., the son of Conway and Elizabeth Alexander Kendall.
KENT, (Ida Lee,) ca 70, died 28 Jul 1954, (burial IOOF Bedford, 1884-1954 on stone,) resident of Poplar Ridge com., survived by husband, W. A. KENT, 2 sons, Oldham Ward and Chester Ward, (dau.?) Mrs. Clarence Gosman. Note, Mrs. Clarence (Oladoris) Gosman was dau. Ida's husband, ANDREW W. "WASH" KENT died 2 Nov 1966. Her 1st husband was EUGENE WARD
KENT, Georgia Ann Simpson, 90, died 10 May 1955, Madison, burial ____. b. Trimble Co. 10 May 1865, Hickory Grove neighborhood, m. 1 Jan 1883 to JOHN W. KENT, he died 27 yrs ago. Surv. by 3 dau., Mrs. Hattie Davis, Mrs. Ada Waller and Mrs. Mary Schneider, 2 sis., Mrs. Lulie McClelland and ____, 3 bro., Barney, Pete and Charlie Simpson.
KIDWELL, Letha Lee, 76, died 25 Dec 1955, burial IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co. (28 Sep 1879) d/o John Ballard and America (Harmon) Lehue. m. 27 Dec 1898, Trimble Co. to WILLIAM R. TINGLE, he died June 1926, sons, Howard and Mount Tingle. m. 2nd to CLARENCE KIDWELL who survives, 2 brothers, Ernest and A. B. Lehue and a sister, Ruth Lehue.
KING, Tom, 82, found dead 9 Jul 1958, Union Grove com. burial Mt. Tabor. b. Owen Co., KY, lived in Trimble Co. a number of years. Only known kin is a nephew, Suter King. Preceded by a bro., Jim King. (Date on stone is 1959 which is wrong.)
KING, Virginia F., 70, died 2 Dec 1959, Milton, burial Moffett Cem. b. Owen Co., (12 Aug 1889,) spent most of her life in Trimble Co. d/o late Martha Poland and Dr. Daniel H. King. Preceded by 3 bro., Ruby, Otto and Harvey King, 2 sis., Nannie and Ollie King.
KING, Will, 84, died 8 Jul 1958, Madison, IN, burial Moffett Cem. (s/o Charles and Delphia Wood King.) Preceded by wife, the former Nannie Allen King, d/o Dr. Daniel King, 1 dau., (Daisie V..) Survived by 3 dau., Mrs. Joseph (Brooke) Raker, Mrs. Mary Adams and Mrs. Robert (Alene) Coffen, 1 bro. (should be 1 son) Everett King, 4 sis. Mrs.
James Hammond, Mrs. Effie Jones, Mrs. Alta Maddox and Mrs. May King Mequire, 2 bro. Ferd and Sid King.
KNIGHT, Edward T., 68, died 21 May 1954, (burial IOOF Bedford. b. 17 Oct 1885 in Orange Co., IN) s/o late Frank (Francis) and Elizabeth Davis Knight, was youngest of 13 ch. m. 15 Sep 1920 to ROSA CLEM who survives, also a dau. by a previous m., Mrs. Thomas Price, a sis. Mary Hughes, 1 bro. William Knight,
KNOX, Ezra, (near 50,) died 19 Dec 1951, funeral at Milton, burial Ghent, KY. b. Owen Co., KY, 31 Jan 1902, s/o William and Nellie Bolton Knox, m. 1923 EMMA SCHOLEY, 3 ch., Dorothy Elizabeth died in infancy, living are Charles and Allen Knox, 4 bro., Foster, John, Perry and Ike Knox, a sister, Mrs. Ethel Carr.
KOPSAIN, Ercell Clifford, 32, died 23 May 1951, Chicago, burial there, b. Trimble Co. in the Hickory Grove neighborhood, 28 Oct 1918. Survived by husband, GUST KOPSAIN, Chicago, her mother Mrs. Pearl Clifford, father, Carroll Clifford, a sis. June, a bro. Veeland Clifford, her grandmother Mrs. Maud S. Clifford, Bedford.
KRUSE, Casper Henry, 82, died 15 Aug 1953, burial Lutheran Cem. b. 28 Feb 1871 in Melle, in the providence of Hanover, Germany. At age 17 he emigrated to America, passage and maintenance being guaranteed by George Conway of Hunter's Bottom road on whose farm Mr. Kruse lived and worked for some 27 years. He became a naturalized citizen soon after his arrival in America. m. 30 May 1893 to ELIZABETH TAYLOR. Survived by 2 children, Henry and Charles Kruse, 1 bro. living in Germany. Preceded by wife in 1948, 2 sons, John Dallas and George Frederick Kruse who died in infancy.
KRUSE, Margaret "Mag," 66, died 18 May 1953, burial Lutheran Cem. (b. 3 Dec 1886,) d/o John and Sarah Jane (Holsclaw) Neal. Spent her entire life in Trimble Co. Survived by husband HENRY KRUSE, 6 ch., Mrs. Robert Greiner, Mrs. Matt Hoffman, Jr., Marie, Claire, J. C. and Casper Henry Kruse, 5 bro., J. E., Lloyd G., Barney, William and Roy Neal, sis., Mrs. Frank C. Bell. Preceded by bro., John Wesley Neal, (a sis. ?) Mrs. George Ransdell.
LATTY, Dora, 89, died 10 Apr 1951, burial Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co. 13 Mar 1862, s/o James W. and Margaret Trout Latty, he spent his entire life in the county, survived by 2 sis., Mrs. Dollie Hill and Mrs. Eva Dougherty.
LAW, Albert Sidney, 76, died 25 Mar 1950, burial IOOF Bedford. Lifelong resident of Trimble Co. b. 21 May 1874, s/o John H. and Elizabeth Law. Survived by 2 bro. John and Louis Law, a sister Mrs. Stanley Thompson, a bro-in-law Dr. W. P. Bell.
LAW, Elta, __, died 17 Nov 1959, burial Springdale Cem. Madison, IN. A native of Madison, had lived in Union Grove com. since 1915, Survived by husband C. R. LAW, a daughter Mrs. Robert Picard, a son, Robert Cull Law, sis., Mrs. Agness Ashby, a bro. Howard Denton.
LAW, Frank A., 79, d. 7 Aug 1950, Little Kentucky, burial IOOF Bedford. b. 27 Feb 1871, s/o late John and Virginia Law. m. 24 Nov 1894 to MARY ELIZABETH RICHMOND, wife died during the past year, 8 ch., 4 living, Mrs. Minnie Bell Vandergrift, Mrs. Goldie Miles, William Albert and Robert Wesley Law, 3 sis., Mrs. Frank Rankins, Mrs. Presley Hayden and Mrs. Charlie (Maude) Richmond, 1 bro., Jack Law. Note: John and Virginia Law were parents of 12 ch. 9 living in 1910.
LAW, Rosa L., 68, d. 17 Oct 1953, Detroit, Mich. burial there. Wife of late CHARLIE A. LAW. Survived by 3 dau. Mrs. Sid Zemon, Mrs. Merrel Mudd and Mrs. Stanley Thompson, 2 sis., Miss Ruth Lehue and Mrs. C. A. Kidwell, 2 brothers, Ernest and A. B. Lehue.
LAW, Willis, ca 67, died 10 Jun 1959, Bedford, burial IOOF Bedford, b. Dry Fork section of Trimble Co. (3 Aug 1890, s/o George Washington and Martha Crafton Law.) Survived by brother, Louis Law.
LAWSON, James William, 44, died 16 Sep 1952, burial IOOF Bedford. b. 6 Nov 1907, s/o late James William and Eddie Jane Purvis Lawson. m. 24 Jan 1930 to ADA MAE POE, 4 ch., L. G. Lawson, Wanda Louise, Mary Lenna and Bonnie Jo Lawson, 2 sis. Mrs. James Simmons and Mrs. Roy Crews, 2 bro., Forrest and Sam Lawson.
LAWSON, Samuel M., 93, died 11 Jul 1951, burial IOOF Bedford. s/o Nathaniel and Marie Rice Lawson. Sam was last of a family of 15 ch. He had lived in Trimble Co. the past 68 yrs. b. Washington Co., KY, 14 Feb 1858, m. EMMA A. MULLIKIN, 11 Feb 1884, 5 ch., 1 son Earl D. Lawson died 1 Jan 1936, wife died 10 Jun 1899, he m. 2nd MARY HOSLEY, 27 Mar 1907, she and 4 ch. survived Mrs. Carnelia Lynch, Mrs. Jessie Talley, Mrs. Mabel Alexander and Emmett R. Lawson.
LEACH, George Fisher, 62, died 6 Jul 1950, burial IOOF Bedford. s/o late Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Leach. Surv. by widow, VINNIE LEACH, 2 sons, John C. and Maurice Leach, 4 step-dau., May Shirley, Nannie Shirley, Ethel Pecar and Maude Buckingham, 4 step-sons, Ephriam, Edward, Schyler and John Stinnett, 2 bro., John C. and Thomas Leach, 2 sisters, Cora Andrews and Gertrude Ogden.
LEACH, Leaetta Conner, 56, died 14 Jun 1951, burial IOOF Bedford. d/o R. L. and Cora Conner. Survived by husband, John C. Leach, dau., Mrs. W. L. Bray, 2 sisters, Mrs. Lawrence Barringer and Mrs. Ivy McClure, 4 brothers, Archie, Sam, Noble and Delphin Connor.
LEACH, Maggie, ca 83, died 23 Jan 1954, stone dates, 1871 - 1954, burial IOOF Bedford. Note: She was widow of THOMAS W. LEACH who died Mar 1951.
LEACH, Tom W., (Thomson W.,) 80, Poplar Ridge, died 16 Mar 1951, IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co. (26 Nov 1870, s/o N. B. and Mamie Green Leach,) and spent his entire life here. Survived by wife MAGGIE, 4 sons, Jess, Tandy, Shirley and Marshall Leach, 2 dau., Vadah Holland and Ammie McCain.
LEE, Anna Calvert, (ca 78,) died 12 Feb 1956, burial IOOF Bedford. b. New Liberty in Owen Co., KY, d/o late Dow and Virginia Calvert. m. 1901 to ROBERT E. LEE, he and dau., Mrs. A. B. Hutcherson surv. Mrs. Lee operated a millinary store in Bedford, KY for years.
LEE, Eva Calloway, 91, Indianapolis, d. 5 May 1951, burial Springdale Cem. Former resident of Trimble Co. living with her late husband WILLIAM "BILL" LEE in the Mt. Carmel and Corn Creek communities, moved to Madison where he died 8 yrs ago. Surv. by dau., Mrs. May Earls and Mrs. Cora Handlon, 3 bro., Frank, Jesse and Sylvester Calloway.
LEE, Laura Cooper 85, Carrollton, d. 19 Feb 1950, burial Moffett Cem. Widow of GEORGE LEE. Native of Trimble Co. and last member of the Cooper family for whom Cooper's Bottom was named. Only survivors are nieces and nephews.
LEHUE, Dollie C., 78, died 25 Nov 1959, burial IOOF Bedford. (b. 21 Aug 1881) the 13th child of John B. and Rosa Kalusy Welty. Lived all her life in Trimble Co. Survived by husband ERNEST LEHUE, ch., Mrs. Guy Wright, Mrs. Harry Wood, J. B., Joe and Rev. Lincoln Lehue, 1 brother W. S. Welty, 1 sister Mrs. B. H. Schirmer.
LITER, Elisha B., 94 (93,) died 13 Aug 1958, burial Moffett Cem. (b. 7 Apr 1865, s/o Robert and Amanda E. Adams Liter, m. CADDIE E. MEYER, 28 Dec 1886.) Note: Other dates from funeral records.
LITER, Estell Franklin, 73, died 2 Dec 1957, burial IOOF Bedford. s/o John and Rebecca (Bowman) Liter, b. 6 Feb 1884 in Trimble Co. where he lived all but the last 10 years when he moved to Jefferson Co., IN. Survived by wife, Allie Liter, 3 ch. Willard Liter, Mrs. Ben Coghill and Mrs. Jesse Wentworth, 2 bro. Alvin and Eugene Liter, 2 sis. Mrs. Shelby Rowlett and Mrs. Alice Adams.
LITER, Ida Mae, 67, Smyrna Township in IN died 29/30 Oct 1952, burial IOOF Bedford. Former resident of Trimble Co. wife of EUGENE LITER. Survived by husband, 4 daughters Mrs. John Tingle, Mrs Ellis Crawford, Mrs. Albert Botts and Mrs. Albert Scully, 4 sons Ollie, William, Goebel and Harvey Liter.
LITER, Myrtle, 56, died 5 or 7 Mar 1958, Calif., burial Moffett Cem. Eldest d/o Alvin and the late Delphia Mahoney Liter, b. Trimble Co. (18 Aug 1901,) has been away for nearly 30 years. Survived by father, 3 sisters, Mrs. Ralph Wentworth, Mrs. Charles Rowlett, Mrs. D. M. McMahan, 7 brothers, Roy, Russell, Cleston, Clifton, Virgil, John and Homer D. Liter.
LITER, W. (William) T. (Dora,) 80, Campbellsburg, died 4 Dec 1956, burial in Campbellsburg Cemetery. born and reared in Providence com. of this county. Survived by wife, MRS. LILLY LITER.
LITER, ________ __, Mt. Tabor, died 11 Oct 1955, burial Rushville, IN. MRS. CLYDE LITER died at home of dau. Mrs. Sue Trump, Knightstown, IN. She came to Trimble Co. about 20 yrs ago when she married.
LOGAN, Lena Callis, 75, d. 16 Oct 1953, Pittsburg, Kansas, burial there. b. Hickory Grove com. last of immediate family of Camden Callis. m. ED LOGAN of Trimble Co. he died 1946, 5 ch. Preceded by brother Shelby Callis, 2 sis., Mrs. Letetia Clen and Mrs. Stella Terrell.
LOGAN, Nannie Brown, 76, Little Kentucky, d. 15 Oct 1950, burial IOOF Bedford. d/o Fred and Sarah Hutcherson. m. WILLIAM WARNER LOGAN on 20 May 1896, 7 ch., Mrs. J. C. Snyder, Mrs. H. W. Davis, Mrs. Fred Melvin, S. Duncan, W. R., George and Harlan Logan, 1 bro. Owen Hutcherson. Mr. Logan died 11 months ago. (29 Nov 1949.)
LONG, Bertha Miles, 68, Indianapolis, IN, d. 13 Mar 1951, burial there. d/o late Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Miles, born and reared in Mt. Tabor com., moved to Indianapolis 20 yrs ago. Survived by 4 bro., Leonard, Carroll, George and Graham Miles.
LONG, Eliza, 83, died 6 Jan 1957, burial IOOF Bedford. d/o late Joseph and Ann Davis Wentworth, b. Trimble Co. m. ROSS LONG who died ca 25 yrs ago. Survived by dau., Mrs. Charlie Moore, 1 son, Shirley Long, a sister Mrs. Elmer Hanlon, 2 bro. Ezra and Ernest Wentworth.
LOUDEN, J. C., Jr., infant, died 7 Apr 1956, burial IOOF Bedford. Survived by parents, J.C. and Martha Kemp Louden, 2 bro. Terry and Bobby.
LUCKETT, Edna Louise, 37, died 31 Jan 1951, burial Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co. d/o late Steele and Sophia Luckett. Survived by 2 sis., Mrs. Edgar Yancy and Mrs. John Barringer, 1 bro. Lawrence Luckett.
LUCKETT, Mary Elizabeth, 88, died 14 Jun 1959, burial Moffett Cem. (b. 3 Dec 1870, d/o John and Nannie Pryor Willis.) A life resident of Trimble Co. a school teacher before her m. to the late W. T. Luckett. Survived by 3 sons, John, Pryor and Graham Luckett, a sister, Mrs. Nannie Hampton.
LUCKETT, Sallie Butler, (ca 92,) d. 7 Nov 1956, burial Moffett Cem. b. Milton, KY, d/o Joseph and Nancy Pendleton Butler. (m. 21 Nov 1888) to Louis Gipson Luckett who died 11 yrs ago. Survived by dau., Mrs. Helen Joyce, a son Joe L. Luckett, 1 sis., Mrs. Ely Trout, 2 bro., M. C. and J. R. Butler. Preceded by 1 sister and 3 brothers.
LYNCH, Claude "Slim," 43, Madison, IN, d. 1 Dec 1950, burial IOOF Bedford. W.W.II veteran, b. Trimble Co., leaving in 1938, m. 13 Jun 1931 at Colorado Springs to DORIS HARROD. Survived by wife, mother, Mrs. Hallie Greenwood Lynch, a sis. Mrs. Mary Eppley. His father, William Lynch died 1936. Note: William Lynch died 13 Jan 1935.
LYNCH, Hallie E., 71, Madison, IN, d. 28 Sep 1956, burial IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co. d/o William and Nora McMahan Greenwood, lived in Indiana for the past 20 yrs. Husband, WILL LYNCH died 1935. Survived by dau., Mrs. Mary Aates, 3 bro., Jennings, Thomas and Albert Greenwood. Preceded by son, Claude Lynch in 1950. Note: Mrs. Mary Aates name as given in paper.
LYNCH, Mollie, 70, died 19 Oct 1959, burial IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co. spent her life here. 1st m. ONEY HOOD, 7 ch. 4 survive, Mrs. Virgie Barnes, Mrs. Delmar Wingham, Mrs. James Kelly and Mrs. Harold Sample. The 3 dec'd. were: Juanita Percell, William and Oney Hood, Jr., m. 2nd BILLY LYNCH, to this union leaves, Mrs. Eugene Elwood, 3 step-ch., Mrs. Anna Egerton, Mrs. Thelma Abbott and Walter Hood. Brothers living are: Nat, Jack, Sherman, Jim and Calvin Bishop, sis., Mrs. Elsie Hamilton, Mrs. Marie Fleming, Mrs. Raye Bruene, Mrs. Nora Baxter, Mrs. Mittie Hardesty. Preceded by bro., Joe Bishop.
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