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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
QUIRIN, Charles M., 48, Houston, Texas died 9 Sep 1935, buried there. Survived by widow, MARY QUIREN, 2 dau. Mrs. Gruman or (Truman ?) Bayne of Milton, and Mrs. John Warman, his father, Charles Quirin, Sr., 2 sisters, Mrs. C. P. Jacobs and Mrs. Laura Morgan.
RAKER, Clara Elizabeth , 67, died 7 died 2 Jul 1947, buried Lutheran Cem., b. Carroll Co., KY, 22 Sep 1879, d/o late Henry and Elizabeth Thieman. m. 2 Mar 1910 to AUGUST RAKER who survives with 1 son Courtland Raker, 2 sis. Mrs. Anna Wessler and Mrs. Louis Detmer, a bro. Frank Thieman. Preceded by 2 brothers Andy and Fred Thieman.
RAKER, Herman, 69 died 29 Jun 1941, buried Lutheran Cem., b. Hanover, Germany, 24 Oct 1871,(s/o Ernest Henry and Mary Elizabeth Raker.) m. 1 Nov 1901 to FANNIE OBERTATE, 11 ch. 1 dec'd., survived by wife, 10 children John, William, Joseph, Harold, Robert, Ernest, Albert and Allen Raker, Mrs. Cecil Steele and Mrs. Fred Thieman.
RAKER, Kenneth, (21,) died 2 Mar 1949 buried Lutheran Cemetery, s/o Mrs. Mary Raker of Madison, IN. Survived by wife MARY LOU BANKS of Hunter's Bottom, his mother, a grandmother Mrs. Fannie Raker. He was a serviceman home on a 10 day leave.
RALSTON, (Annie,) 49, Hickory Grove died 21 Dec 1931, buried ??, buried on her 50th birthday. Miss Pinnell m. EARL RALSTON, 21 Dec 1913. Survived by bro. Ovie Pinnell, 2 sisters, Mrs. Carl Wright and Mrs. Ben Ballard.
RALSTON, David, 87, south of Bedford died 24 Feb 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, born Boone Co., IN, 1846, 1st m. MOLLIE (MARY ADELINE) VARBLE in 1874, (8 Mar 1875 in Oldham Co.) 2 ch. George and Mrs. Stella Daily, wife died in 1869 (19 Apr 1880 on stone) and son died 1906, m. 2nd ARMILDA KIDWELL, 2 ch. Earl Ralston and another son who died in infancy.
RALSTON, Rev. Grover, 52, California 24 Aug 1945, bur. Glendale Calif., the eldest s/o Clara P. and the late Charles Ralston, buried on his 52nd birthday. A Trimble Co. boy m. 5 Aug 1915 to ALICE BARNES of Trimble Co. reared 3 ch. Phyllis Gold, Elva Christeman and Barclay Ralston. Survived by 3 ch., mother, brothers Joe T., Charles, Sam, L. G., and Andrew Ralston, a sister Mrs. Tyna Ralston Carr.
RALSTON, Hallie, 42, Hickory Grove died 24 Apr 1936, buried IOOF Bedford. Hallie Gaunt b. 7 Jul 1894, m. to J. C. "CHAN" RALSTON, survived by husband, 2 children, Mrs. Ruby Shepherd and Woodrow Ralston, her mother, Mrs. Nannie Gaunt Callis, 3 sis., Mrs. Carl Callis, Mrs. Curtis Hackney and Mrs. Beckham Williamson.
RALSTON, Joseph A., 84, Leeport, died 1 Aug 1928, buried Ralston burying ground. He was a Confederate Soldier, b. 29 Feb 1844, Boone Co., KY, widowed, children, W. L., J. C. Ralston, Mrs. Homer Powell and Mrs. Roy Spillman, a brother, David Ralston, age 82, South Trimble, is only living member of a family of 13 children.
RALSTON, Stella Houstin, 70, Mt. Carmel neighborhood died 20 Aug 1949, bur. IOOF Bedford d/o late J. T. and Nancy Williams, in 1897. m. WILLIAM L. RALSTON, 6 sons, Ruby who died in infancy, living are, Elmer, James, Howard, Raymond and J. C. Ralston. Note: William L. Ralston, 73, died 15 Dec 1942.
RAND, Dr. B. O., (Biddy Orange,) 60, Leeport died 21 Nov 1931, buried Corn Creek Cem. widow, JOSIE JACOBS RAND, (correction, JOSSIE MILES RAND) and 3 ch. survive, John, Joseph Rand and Mrs. Lottie Richmond, 6 sisters and 1 bro. living of 13 ch., Mrs. Minnie Hughes, Mrs. Margie Bird, Mrs. Fannie Carlisle, Mrs. Mabel Layer, Miss Nettie, Miss Flora Rand and Chauncey Rand. (Dr. Rand was s/o William and Edmonia "Indiana" Weatherby Rand.)
RAND, Elberta Christine, 38 Leeport died 17 Oct 1940, bur. Corn Creek Cem., b. Owen Co. KY, 2 Feb 1902, d/o Elizabeth Kelley Wallace and late James Wallace, m. on 16 Mar 1916 to CHANCEY V. RAND Survived by wife, 3 ch. Mrs. Everitt Mace, Mrs. Edward Pyles and Donald Eugene Rand, age 7, mother, sis. Mrs. Carley Ginn, bro. Howard Wallace, 1 half-sis. Mrs. Noel Bush. 2 half?bro. James and Will Wallace. Note: Funeral rec. gives her name Elizabeth Christine, on stone it is Alberta.
RAND, Miss Flora, ca 78, Shelbyville, IN died 4 May 1944, buried Corn Creek Cemetery, b. Jefferson Co., IN, in 1866, d/o late William and Indiana Elizabeth Rand. When very young, the moved to Trimble Co. where they resided for around 40 years, later moving to Indiana where she died. She was one of 13 children, 5 survive.
RANSDELL, Laura Belle, 41, of near LaGrange died Saturday, (9 May 1931,) burial at LaGrange. She was the 2nd daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Neal of near Milton, born 22 Feb 1890. Married GEORGE T. RANSDELL and went to live in Henry Co. Survived by parents, husband, 8 children, John William, Jennie Corine, Margaret Kathlene, Laura Florence, George Wesley, Mary Virginia, Neal Fallis and Geneva Doris Ransdell, sisters, Mrs. Henry Kruse, Mrs. Frank C. Bell, brothers, Jacob E., William, L. G., B. A. and Roy Neal.
RAY, Elder F. Tib, ca 50, died 9 Jan 1930, buried Tulsa, Okla, born and reared, Pleasant Retreat community. Minister of Christian Church, youngest s/o late Mr. and Mrs. James Ray, survived by wife and 3 children: 3 children died in infancy, 1 brother and 2 sisters, survive, James Ray, Mrs. P, C. Pecar and Mrs. Frank Carter.
RAY, Robert, ca 35, Madison, IN died 18 Aug 1930, buried Moffett Cem., former resident of Pleasant Retreat, s/o late John Ray, mother, Mrs. Pattie Ray, 2 sisters, Mrs. Sid Green and Miss Dorothy Ray, 1 bro., John Ray.
REDMAN, Mote Clay, 55, near Providence died 6 Mar 1928, buried Campbellsburg, born 12 Feb 1873, s/o W. and Bettie Redman. Survived by mother, 1 bro., Goldia.
REECE, Callie L. Vories, 76, Florida. In paper of 17 Feb 1949, born Campbellsburg, 10 Jan 1873, went to Kansas when grown, then moved to Florida in 1926. Survived by husband, NATE E. REECE, Sr., a son and daughter. She was the last of a large family.
RICHARDSON, Miss Irene, 58, died 3 Aug 1943, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 8 Apr 1887, d/o (J. J. and Jennie/Janet Swan Richardson.) She leaves 2 brothers John and George Richardson, 3 sisters Mrs. Emma Morgan, Rebecca and Flora Richardson.
RICHMOND, Alvin Burton, 66, died 4 Jan 1941, buried Carmel Cemetery, s/o late Henry A. Richmond, b. 15 May 1874. m. to MRS. IDA MERSHEL, who survives and 5 children from a former marriage.
RICHMOND, Andrew, 61, Indianapolis, IN. Interred 21 Feb 1939, Floral Park Cem., former resident of Trimble Co. (s/o Henry S. and Sarah McGlocklin Richmond.) Survived by wife NANNIE RICHMOND.
RICHMOND, Baby (Phyllis A.,) died 4 Jan 1941, buried Moffett Cem. Child of Tony and Louise Handlon Richmond. Data from funeral record.
RICHMOND, Cora Lee, 56, Fisher's Ridge died 15 Jun 1933, buried Moffett Cem. b. Carroll Co. 8 Nov 1876, (d/o George and Elvira Preston), wife of GEORGE E. RICHMOND, married 14 Mar 1894, 5 children, Mrs. Charles Cooley, Mrs. Orvel James, Geneva and Ray Richmond. Dallas dec'd. 3 yrs. 5 sis., Mrs. Chas. McCord, Mrs. Edward Moreland, Mrs. Elmer James, Mrs. Charles Buchanan, Mrs. Richard Jeffries, 4 brothers, G. C. Kidwell, Otis Kidwell, Edward Kidwell and Stanley Preston.
RICHMOND, Dallas Talmadge, 34, Fisher's Ridge died 30 Mar 1930, buried Moffett Cem. b. 27 Nov 1895, s/o Mr. and Mrs. George Richmond, 1 bro., Ray Richmond, 3 sisters, Mrs. Lola Cooley, Mrs. Orvel Jones and Geneva Elaine.
RICHMOND, Felt, 59, Providence died 17 Apr 1942, bur. Campbellsburg Cem., b. 4 Feb 1883 s/o Andrew and Bettie (Jones) Richmond, m. 18 Apr 1912 to ISABELL HORNER, 6 ch. 4 dec'd. He leaves widow, 2 sons James and John T. Richmond, 3 sisters Mrs. Retta McDowell, Mollie Law and Aggie Robbins.
RICHMOND, Hattie, 62, died 23 Oct 1942, buried Carmel Cemetery, d/o Mr. and Mrs. John ? Welch, m. 20 Dec 1898 to ANTHONY V. RICHMOND, 2 sons, 1 deceased. Survived by husband, a son, a daughter and 2 brothers in Indianapolis. ( Mr. Welch's name had a mark blocking part of letters.)
RICHMOND, Henry S., (S. for Sinkler.) 93, Canip died 7 Nov 1931, Richmond?Holsclaw burying ground, in Carmel, b. Trimble Co. 29 Dec 1838, m. 25 Sep 1863, SARAH McGLOCKLIN, 14 ch., 7 ch. and wife dec'd. Survived are, Mrs. Andy (Sarah Agness) McCutcheon, Mrs. E.E. (Margaret Jane) Jones, Mrs. A. E. (Elizabeth) Wingham, George, Burton and Andy Richmond. (who is # 7 ?)
RICHMOND, John Arthur, 6 days, died 8 Sep 1942, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 28 Aug 1942 s/o Wilbur and (Lucille Carlisle) Richmond.
RICHMOND, Minnie Lee, 62, C'burg. died 18 Mar 1939, buried Campbellsburg Cem., d/o John and Eliza Handlon, b. 20 Nov 1876, b. and reared in Trimble Co. one of 7 children, only 3 survive, Rollie and Edward Handlon and Mrs. Lou Imel. m. 9 Jan 1895 to JAMES ANDREW RICHMOND, 8 children, 1 dying in infancy and 1 son Orba Ethel Richmond, who gave his life in the World War. Those left are her husband, 4 dau. Mrs. Mabel Justice, Mrs. Hallie Sutherland, Mrs. Rebecca Davis and Mrs. Cleo May, 2 sons Russell and Gilbert Richmond.
RICHMOND, Richard V., 79, Indpls.,IN died 12 Jul 1930, buried, Indianapolis, lived in Trimble Co. 65 yrs, a Confererate Soldier, 5 children survive, Mrs. C. E. Callis, Mrs. Allen G. Williams, Mrs. David E. Baker, Charles, Robert and Henry Richmond. Note: Wife was REBECCA CATHERINE BISHOP.
RIDGEWAY, Edmona, (75,) died 8 Jul 1931 at home of son in Louisville, KY. The former Miss Edmonia Law lived in Bedford many years. Funeral services at Pleasureville with burial beside her late husband TOM RIDGEWAY. Note: Edmonia d/o Anderson and Mary Law married at age 26 to Tomas Ridgeway in Trimble Co. 16 Jan 1878.
ROBBINS, Isabell, 68 died 21 Aug 1947, buried Mt. Carmel Cem., d/o Frank and Maggie Herron. m. 1922 to ALLEN ROBBINS, survived by husband, sis. Mrs. Oscar McMakel, 3 bro., Gilbert, Jesse and George Herron.
ROBBINS, Ralph W., 27, died 29 Oct 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 27 Jun 1922, native of Trimble Co. a veteran of W W II, s/o Chan and (Alma Liter) Robbins of Mt.Tabor neighborhood, surv. by parents, sis. Mrs. Gene (Florence) Hackney, Mrs. Raymond (Josie) Ward and Mrs. Rachel Allen, 3 bro. James, Wilson and Elmo Robbins.
ROBBINS, Scottie, 46, Madison, IN, died 17 May 1938, buried Springdale Cem., d/o late William Liter and a sister of Irvin Liter, wife of GEORGE ROBBINS, former resident of Trimble Co., survived by husband, son, Charles T. Robbins, mother, Mrs. Mattie Liter, 3 sis., Mrs. Susie Mathews, Mrs. B. R. Rogers and Mrs. Chan (Alma) Robbins.
ROBBINS, Thomas Eugene, 1 mo, 15 days, Providence died 13 Jul 1932, buried Bethel Cem. b. 28 May 1932, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Dora Robbins, 2 bro. and 3 sis.
ROBBINS, William David, 82, Madison, IN died 21 Jun 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Robbins. A widower, survived by 5 sons, Chan, George, Jack, William and Robert Robbins, 3 daughters, Mrs. Charles Copeland, Mrs. Adam Wolfschlag and Mrs. George Parker. A sister, Mrs. Nettie Beach.
ROBINSON, Benjamin Church, 81, Bedford died 29 Mar 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 6 May 1852, 1st m. LAVINIA BEACH who died many years ago, later in life m. 2nd to Mrs. ELLEN STURGEON, who survives.
ROBERTSON, Catherine M., 77, New Town, Ohio died 21 Dec 1941, bur. Campbellsburg Cem., b. 8 Aug 1864, Owen Co., KY, m. TOM ROBERTSON who preceded her, 6 ch. Oscar, Will, Charlie, Robert Richardson, Mrs. Virtha Richmond, and Martha King, sister Mrs. Mary Aldridge. Two brothers and four sisters have died in the last several years.
ROBERTSON, Mary Ellen, 83, Morton Ridge died 24 Feb 1943, bur. Ralston burial ground b. 19 Oct 1859, she m. to LOUIS ROBERTSON who died 14 Dec 1919, 1 son Walter Robertson.
ROBINSON, Ellen, 72, died 14 Oct 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 2 Jan 1868, 1st m. to Mr. ROSS, of Indiana, 2 ch. Mrs. Cleveland Persell and Lee Ross now deceased, m. 2nd to BEN ROBINSON, no ch., 1 sis. Mrs. Bailey.
ROBINSON, Nancy Ann, 58, Madison, IN died 14 Jan 1931, buried ??, born, Trimble Co., d/o late James Wise, widow of WILLIAM ROBINSON, dec'd. 15 yrs ago, 7 children, Mrs. William McLaughlin, Mrs. Arthur Potter, Mrs. Edgar Ryckman, William, Charles, Roy and Clarence Robinson, 2 bro., Lee and James Wise.
RODGERS, James Leonard, 74, died 11 Apr 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Franklin Co., KY, 10 Aug 1872, moved to Trimble Co. as a young man. s/o Henry and Martha (Pulliam) Rodgers. m. 13 May 1896 to LACY HAIGHT who survives with 7 ch. Raymond, Sondra, Neville, Ruby, Allen, Payne and Gayle Rodgers, one grandson Billy Rodgers lived in their home until he was 18 yrs old. Also leaves 2 bro. John and Thomas Rodgers, sis. Lula Mount.
RODGERS, Juda, (Julia Ann,) 82, Carmel died 20 Aug 1929, buried Moffett Cem., widow of Barney Rodgers, 2 sons, Ashby and Bee Rodgers.
ROSE, (America Kate Graves,) 68, Canip died 14 Mar 1929, Wilson burying ground, Carmel d/o late Thomas Graves, wife of WALLACE ROSE, (m. 16 Dec 1877,) 3 children: survive, Edward Rose, Mrs. Jerome Wright and Miss Pearl Rose, 3 brothers, James, Will and George Graves.
ROSE, Wallace, 75, East of Milton died 23 Sep 1929, Wilson burying ground, Carmel in Trimble Co., b. 5 Jun 1854, (late wife was AMERICA KATE GRAVES ROSE.) 3 ch., survive, Edward Rose, Mrs. J. D. Wright and Miss Pearl Rose.
ROSS, Lee, 46, buried IOOF Bedford died 31 May 1936, survived by mother, Mrs. Ellen Robinson, 2 daughters, Mrs. Raymond Perry and Mrs. Ewell Gosman, a sister, Mrs. Cleveland Percell.
ROWLETT, A. J., 73, Sulphur died 18 Nov 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, born and reared in Trimble Co. (s/o George W. and Artmecia Wise Rowlett,) m. 6 Oct 1886 to MISS MATTIE B. ROWLETT who survives, 6 children, 5 survive, Creed, Frank and Henry Rowlett, Mrs. J. H. Combs and Mrs. Robert Weber.
ROWLETT, Bessie May, 60, died 1 Nov 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 6 Oct 1886, d/o (William and Nancy/Mary Perkinson Chandler.) m. 29 Oct 1902 to SHELBY ROWLETT of Trimble Co., mother of 8 ch. Wilson and Hazel died in infancy, surviving are, Raymond and B. T. Rowlett, Mrs. Earl Richmond, Mrs. J. B. Harmon, Mrs. Willard Carson and Mrs. Douglas Kendall, her husband, 3 sisters and 4 brothers.
ROWLETT, Carroll Vernon, 2 months and 28 days, died 29 Jul 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 1 May 1938, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Simmons Rowlett who survive, 2 brothers, William and Harold, 1 sister, Nellie Rowlett.
ROWLETT, Eliza Jane, 82, died 4 Jan 1937, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 6 Aug 1854, d/o William and Jane Zumont McClure, m. 10 Feb 1875 to JAMES W. ROWLETT, 11 ch., husband and 8 survive, C. W., Harry, Lafe, J. C. (Cody,) Clarence and Kellie Rowlett, Mrs. Samuel Gosman and Mrs. Katie Willis.
ROWLETT, Fannie P., (Frances Ellen,) 65, Liberty Neighborhood died 21 Apr 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford. d/o James M. and (Sarah Barnes) Perkinson. Survived by husband W. B. Rowlett, 1 son and 2 step-children.
ROWLETT, James, 70, Sulphur died 15 Jul 1932, widower, buried IOOF Bedford, (s/o George Washington and Artmecia Wise Rowlett,) son George died 5 years ago, survived by 1 brother, Andy J. Rowlett. Note: His wife, LIZZIE ROWLETT died 5 Apr 1921.
ROWLETT, James Oscar, 32, Madison, IN died 20 Nov 1940, buried Moffett Cemetery, former resident of Liberty neighborhood, b. 12 Nov 1908, s/o William B. and Frances Perkinson Rowlett. Wife CATHERINE CHANDLER ROWLETT. Survived by parents, wife, 1 daughter Dorothy Lee, age 9, brother Cleston Rowlett, 1 sister Mrs. Leona Chandler.
ROWLETT, James Wesley, 87, New Hope died 27 Dec 1939, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. Trimble Co. 10 Feb 1852, m. 10 Feb 1875 to ELIZABETH JANE McCLURE who died 4 Jan 1937. 11 ch. 8 survive, C.W., Harry, Clarence, Cody, Kelley, Lafe Rowlett, Mrs. Sam Gosman and Mrs. Harry Willis, a bro. W. O. Rowlett, a sister Mrs. Mittie Campbell.
ROWLETT, Jefferson T., 21, near Bedford died 10 Jan 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, youngest s/o T. Owen and Retta Rowlett, b. 28 Dec 1917. m. 11 Apr 1936 to MILDRED LEACH, 1 son Bobby Jene. He also leaves 3 sisters Mrs. Albert Perry, Mrs. J. Bell and Mrs. Oasle McCutcheon, 4 brothers Claud, Albert, Simmons and Prentice Rowlett, 1 half?sister Mrs. Thoster (Fay Jane) McCutcheon.
ROWLETT, Jesse Catherine, 53, died 9 Mar 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 4 Feb 1893, d/o T. J. and Angie Arnett. m. 8 Jan 1913 to ALLEN ROWLETT. Survived by husband, 1 dau. Mrs. Edith McCampbell, father, 3 sis. Mrs. Myrtle Rowlett, Mrs. Cora Liter and Mrs. Opal Lindely, 2 bro. Oscar and Joseph Arnett. Preceded by mother, a brother who died in infancy, 2 sisters Mrs. Gertrude Barton and Mrs. Memoral Wentworth.
ROWLETT, Ladonna Sue, died shortly after birth 9 Dec 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, infant d/o Cleston and (Bernice Purvis) Rowlett. Survived by parents, a sister Brenda Carolyn Rowlett.
ROWLETT, Maggie Staples, 68, Bryantsburg, IN died 16 Feb 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford, former resident of Trimble Co., b. Oldham, Co., KY, d/o John and Nora Klineline, m. to CHAN STAPLES, dec'd. 1 dau. Mrs. Blanche Kidwell, m. 2nd to JOE ROWLETT about 1909, 2 ch. John and Mrs. Raymond Dance. Survived by husband, 3 ch., a sis. Mrs. Cooper of Louisville.
ROWLETT, Mary Alice, 78, Bedford died 6 Nov 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. 22 Nov 1865 d/o Isaac and Amanda Eaton Cull. Data from funeral record.
ROWLETT, Mattie, 81, Sulphur died 21 Nov 1945, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. 9 Jan 1864, d/o Thomas Jefferson and Octavia Tolbert Rowlett. Data from funeral record. Note: Mattie was wife of A. J. ROWLETT who died 1938. They had 6 children, 5 living in 1938: Creed, Frank and Henry Rowlett, Mrs. J. H. Combs and Mrs. Robert Weber.
ROWLETT, Raymond Luther, 1 mo. 5 days died 2 Feb 1935, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rowlett, buried Carmel Cemetery.
ROWLETT, Ruth A., 93, Galveston, TX died 25 Jun 1929, buried IOOF Bedford d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Greenwood of Trimble Co., (b. 21 Jul 1835,) she m. THOMAS ROWLETT, 5 children, 3 survive, Rev. John Rowlett, Joe Rowlett and Mrs. Dave Berry.
ROWLETT, Thomas Owen, 73, on Corn Creek died 18 Nov 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, s/o late Jefferson L. and Octavia Averitt Rowlett, b. 23 Feb 1866, m. MISS TOWELL (POWELL,) 1 child Mrs. Thoster McCutcheon, m. 2nd to (RETTA JEFFRIES,) 8 ch Claude, Albert, Curtis and Simmons, 3 dau. Mrs. Oasle McCutcheon, Mrs. J. Bell and Mrs. Albert Perry, (only 7 ch. given here.) 1 brother W. H. Rowlett, 4 sisters Mrs. N. B. Rowlett, Mrs. Chas. Rowlett and Misses Cora and Permelia Rowlett. Note: Prentice Rowlett is son of T. O. Rowlett on 1910 census. He must be the eighth child. Note: T. O. Rowlett m. Eva Powell, 18 Feb 1891 in Trimble Co., KY. Eva was the daughter of Wyatt and Adaline Law Powell and was born Jan 1870 in Trimble Co..
ROWLETT, Thomas Walton, 21, died 14 Aug 1943, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 23 Jun 1922 s/o Daniel T. Rowlett, survived by parents, sis., Mrs. Harold Butler. He was killed while in service in an auto crash in Brunswick, Ga.
ROWLETT, W. O., 87, Poplar Ridge community died 2 Oct 1947, buried IOOF Bedford. Survived by widow, ELLA BERRY ROWLETT.
RUTHERFORD, Harvey W., 77, Madison, IN died Jan 1928, buried Springdale Cem., former resident of Milton, 1st m. MISS MARY VAWTER, children, Mrs. Emma Hoffman Miss Katheryn, Roy and Ernest Rutherford, brother, John Rutherford, a sister, Mrs. Charles Meeks.
SACHLEBEN, Charlotte Louise, 78, Fisher's Ridge died 24 Jul 1938, burial Lutheran Cemetery, widow of late CHRIS SACHLEBEN, survived by 3 children of her own, John Detmer, Miss Martha Detmer, and Mrs. Edward Sachleben. step?children,, Andy Detmer and Mrs.Ernest Monroe, Sister Elizabeth Detmer, Mrs. Andy Detmer, John Sachleben, Mrs. Henry Meier, Fred, Ed, Henry and William Sachleben. 2 brothers, George and Quincey Stegemiller or Stegermiller, both spellings used in obituary.
SACHLEBEN, Henry Ernest, __, Columbus, Ind ? died 11 Sep 1947, buried there,? a native of Carroll Co., s/o John Chris and Annie Minnie Kutter (Cutter?) Sachleben. He spent his early life in Hunter's Bottom, located in Columbus in 1937. Survived by widow, STELLA SACHLEBEN, daughters Mrs. John W. Fox and Mrs. John Vorwald, a son Leonard Sachleben, 4 brothers John, William, Fred and Ed Sachleben, 2 sisters Mrs. Andrew Detmer and Mrs. Henry Meier.
SACHLEBEN, Lizzie Mary, 57, died 14 Mar 1947, buried Lutheran Cem., b. 25 Mar 1889, d/o (Fred and Louise Niehouse Scholey.) m. FRED SACHLEBEN, 6 children Harry, Walter, John, Charles, Robert and Leanna Scholey. Surv. by husband, children, mother Louise Scholey, 2 brothers Henry and John Scholey, 4 sis. Mrs. Anna Obertate, Mrs. Mary Pulliam, Mrs. Emma Knox and Mrs. Clara Walkenhorst. Preceded by father, bro. and sis. Note: Stone dates, 1891 ? 1947.
SADDLER, Maggie __, colored, died Lexington, KY 18 Mar 1935, buried Gap Hill Cem., b. and reared in Milton, only d/o William Love, survived by husband, Arthur Sadler who lives near Bedford, 2 sons, Arthur, Jr. and Charles.
SAMPSON, A. J., 76, Poplar Ridge died 3 May 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, died at home of daughter, Mrs. Arthur Cutshaw, m. 1886 to DORA S. ABBOTT, 11 ch., wife and 10 children survive. (His name, Andrew J. Sampson.)
SANDERS, Albert N. 60, died 31 Mar 1941, funeral at Bedford. (buried IOOF Bedford, Data from funeral record. s/o William S. and Dorcas Hutcherson Sanders.
SANDERS, Dollie Beatrice (Burton,) 71, Bedford died 2 Feb 1930, buried IOOF Bedford born Jennings Co., IN, 2 Dec 1858, m. JAMES GAUSLEY SANDERS, 12 Oct 1872, dec'd. 1915, 14 ch.,5 survived, Mrs. Arthusa Melvin, Mrs. Isabel Dobson, Mrs. Nannie Hawkins, Mrs. Noble Tingle and Harry Sanders.
SANDERS, Dorcas (Hutcherson,) 79, Bedford died 31 Dec 1927, buried IOOF Bedford, born Garrard Co. 1st m. THOMPSON HARDIN, s/o William Hardin, 2nd m. 25 Dec 1869 to WILLIAM SAMUEL SANDERS, dec'd. 3 yrs, 9 ch., 8 survive, Noland, Sinnett, Robert, Albert Sanders, Mrs. Pearl Myers, Mrs. Herman Teague, Mrs. Shelby Callis and Mrs. Pearl McClure. A son, M. E. Sanders died 5 yrs ago.
SANDERS, John Robert "Bob," 74 died ca last of Feb 1949, buried IOOF Carrollton, b. Trimble Co. 21 Nov 1874, s/o late Dorcas Hutcherson and William Samuel Sanders. He lived on Miller's Branch and was never married. Survived by 1 brother W. N. Sanders, 4 sisters Mrs. Pearl (Mackinzie) McClure, Mrs. Pearl Huffman, Mrs. Blanche Callis and Mrs. Vera Teague. Preceded by 3 brothers M. E., Sennett and A. N. Sanders.
SANDERS, Minnie Carlisle, 65, died 15 Jul 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 8 Jul 1881, d/o James and Elizabeth Lee Carlisle. m. ALBERT NORVELL SANDERS who died in 1941, 4 ch. Lena, Trimble, Malcomb and James Sanders, 3 bro. Fred, Will and Carroll Carlisle. Preceded by bro. O. D. Carlisle.
SANDERS, Nancy Jane, 74, died 14 Jun 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ewing, widow of late ROBERT SANDERS, survived by 7 children, B., H. E. Sanders, Mrs. Ed Staten, Mrs. Morris Beetem, Mrs. Fred Pierce, Mrs. James Mosley and Mrs. Walter Perry, 1 bro., J. O. Ewing.
SANDERS, William Nolan, 78, died 12 Sep 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 24 Sep 1870, s/o late William Samuel and Dorcas Hutcherson Sanders. m. 19 Dec 1895 to MARGARET LOUISE PIERCE. Survived by wife, 3 ch. W. Raymond, James and Miss Cornelia Sanders, 4 sis. Mrs. Pearl (Mackinzie) McClure, Mrs. Pearl Huffman, Mrs. Blanche Callis and Mrs. Vera Teague. Preceded by son, Benjamin Gilbert who died in infancy, 4 bro. M. E., S. S., A. N. and J. R. Sanders.
SCHIRMER, Grace Lee, 57, Milton died 18 May 1936, buried Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co., 5 Oct 1878, d/o late John A. and Lucy Ogden, survived by husband, H. H. SCHIRMER, 1 son, Allen Lee Schirmer, 3 brothers, William, Lawrence and Delta Ogden.
SCHIRMER, Herman Henry, 69, died 9 Jul 1945, buried Moffett Cem., b. Carroll Co., 17 Sept 1875, s/o late John and Mary Gulow Schirmer. He moved to Trimble Co. in early life. m. 30 Nov 1898 to GRACE OGDEN who died 1936. Survived by son, Allen Lee Schirmer, sister, Mrs. Sylvester Lawrence, 2 brothers, Otto and John Schirmer. Preceded by 2 brothers Louis and Julius and a sister Tilda Schirmer.
SCHIRMER, John, (63,) died 1 Feb 1948, buried Ghent Cemetery, survived by widow Mrs. NANNIE BARNES SCHIRMER, 2 dau. Mrs. J. W. Moreland and Mrs. Newton Sanders, a bro. Otto Schirmer, sis. Mrs. S. Y. Lowrance.
SCHOLEY, Fred, 76, Hunter's Bottom died 31 May 1938, buried Lutheran Cem., b. Hanover, Germany, 25 Sep 1862, came to this country when 3 years. old. Survived by wife, (LENA) SCHOLEY, 8 ch., Mrs. Fred Sachleben, Mrs. Fritz Walkenhorst, Mrs. William Obertate, Mrs. Ezra Knox, Mary, Louise, Henry and John Scholley. 1 bro., William Scholey, a sis. not named. (John Frederick Scholey s/o John F. and Elizabeth Thieman Scholey.)
SCHOLEY, Lydia (Fisher,) 56, above Milton died 8 Oct 1935, buried Lutheran Cemetery, husband, WILLIAM H. SCHOLEY Survived, 3 sis., Mrs. Randolf Spillman, Mrs. Joe Shafer and Mrs. Ernest Smith, 2 brothers, Lewis and John Fisher, 2 step?daughters, Mrs. Perry Wood and Mrs. Ray Hultch.
SCHOLEY, Sarah Virginia, 93, Madison, IN died Apr 1938, Easter Sunday, in paper of 21 April, buried Springdale Cemetery. Born Trimble Co., d/o Thomas and Clementine King, widow of late JOHNATHAN SCHOLEY, Survived by 3 daus., 1 sis., Mrs. America Crouch.
SCHURMEIER, Mary Elizabeth, 58 died 8 Feb 1946, buried Lutheran Cem., b. in Hunter's Bottom, 3 Dec 1887, d/o Fred and Caroline Cutter Thieman, m. 26 Feb 1914 to WILLIAM SCHURMEIER, 3 children Charles Harry died in infancy, Mrs. Edward Moore and Claire Marie Schurmeier. Survived by husband and daughters 2 sisters, Mrs. Fred Schurmeier and Mrs. Ernest Raker, 1 uncle Fred Cutter.
SCHWERS, Edward William, 43, died 15 Oct 1946, buried Lutheran Cemetery, b. Trimble Co. 28 Oct 1902, s/o John and Mary Louise (Thieman) Schwers. He graduated from the Kentucky School for the Blind in Louisville in 1922. His profession was piano tuning. Survived by sister, Dora and brother, Ernest Schwers. Preceded by parents, 2 sis. Elizabeth and Clara.
SCHWERS, John Christopher, 77, died 26 Jun 1945, buried Lutheran Cem., b. Osgood, IN, 2 Feb 1868, s/o late William Edward and Mary Schwers, at age 18 he moved to Hunter's Bottom in Trimble Co., at age 25, m. LOUISE THIEMAN who died in 1930. Surviving are 3 children Ernest, Edward and Dora Schwers, 1 brother William Schwers, a sister Mrs. Richard Smith.
SCHWERS, Mary Louise (Thieman,) 62, died 5 Feb 1930, buried Lutheran Cem., b. Germany, wife of JOHN SCHWERS, 3 children: Ernest, Edwin and Miss Dora Schwers, 2 brothers, Fred Thieman, Sr. and Charlie Thieman.
SCOTT, Adeline Jones, 82, died 21 Jan 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o late Jesse J. and Mary Eveline Jones, in 1889 m. DANNEY SCOTT. Survived by 1 of their 4 ch. Mrs. Ethel Boldery, also 3 sisters Mrs. Lucy Bell, Mrs. Lizzie Barringer and Mrs. Minnie Crafton, 3 brothers Jesse, Luther and Bob Jones.
SCOTT, Beverly Ann, 8 months, died 31 Dec 1944, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 21 Apr 1944, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Roy Scott. Survived by parents, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Prentice Scott and Albert Stone.
SCOTT, Lazarus M. "Uncle Laz," 85, Wise's Landing died 26 Oct 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 11 Nov 1852, (s/o Andrew J. Scott.) m. MARY ELLEN SIMPSON, 24 Apr 1869 at Oakland, IL. Mary died 16 years ago, 6 ch., 2 dec'd., Minnie and Ivy, surviving are, Prentice and Clarence Scott, Mrs. S. H. Craig and Mrs. Isaac Stewart, 2 sisters, Mrs. Will (Mote) Combs and Mrs. Victoria Scott.
SCOTT, Mary Elizabeth, 40, Bedford died 6 Dec 1942, bur. Corn Creek Cem. d/o Barney Scott. Data from funeral record.
SCOTT, Verna Lee, 8, died 5 Jul 1938, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Scott, buried IOOF Bedford.
SCOTT, Victoria, 90 died 8 Aug 1947, funeral at Wise's Landing, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 25 Dec 1856, (d/o Andy and Julia Meadows Scott.) Widow of LEVI SCOTT, survived by daughter Mrs. Minnie Scott, son Charles Scott of St. Louis, MO.
SCOTT, William M., 72, Gill Ridge died 11 Apr 1928, buried IOOF Bedford. widower 1st m. REBEKAH KENDALL, 10 Jan 1876, she died 1917, 2nd m. EMMA GREEN, dec'd. 6 ch., Oscar Scott, Mrs. Lee (Ammie) Crafton, Mrs. Clete (Mildred) Mahoney, Mrs. Jasper (Lola) Barnes, Mrs. W. C. Jeffries and Mrs. Chester Abbott, 2 brothers, James and Fred Scott.
SHELLEY, Harvey Casper, 49, Canip died 22 Dec 1942, buried Ghent, KY, b. Gallatin Co., 28 Jul 1892. In 1914 m. to MRS. MYRTLE KNOX who survives, 6 sons Mac, Donald, Harvey, Jr., Ernest, Robert and Parker Shelley, a stepson David Knox and 1 sister.
SHELLEY, Lida, 74, buried, Ghent, KY, She died 7 Nov 1930 at the home of son at Georgetown, KY, 7 ch., Will, Jesse, Frank, James, Harvey Shelley, Mrs. Ida Marion and Mrs. Lula Armstead.
SHELTON, Daisy Bell, 48, died 1 Sep 1942, bur. Moffett Cem. Data from funeral record. (Widow of Luther Shelton, he died 1967. )
SHELTON, Leonard, 49, Canip died 18 Jul 1936, buried Moffett Cemetery, born and reared in Owen Co., KY, lived in Trimble Co. a number of years. Survived by widow, and 10 children, 4 sisters, Mrs. Dave Boldery, Mrs. O. M. Williams, Mrs. Ida Sullivan and Mrs. Kelly Hudson, 4 brothers, Alva, William, Luther and Elza Shelton.
SHELTON, Maude Sampson, 13, Pleasant Retreat died 10 Jun 1928, buried Moffett Cem. d/o Mr. and Mrs. Luther Shelton.
SHELTON, Richard, __, died in Indiana at C. C. Camp 5 May 1940, bur. Madison, IN. born and reared in Trimble Co., s/o late Leonard Shelton.
SHEPHERD, Albert Sidney, 77, south of Bedford died 4 Feb 1942, buried Bald Hill Cem., b. 24 Jan 1865, (s/o William and Mary Catherine Hoskins Shepherd.) m. 1891 to MALLIE PENN who died in 1903, 5 ch. Mrs. N. L. Graves, Ernest, John and Robert Shepherd living and Paul dec'd. m. 2nd in 1906 to NANNIE SMITH, who died 8 yrs ago, 4 ch. Mrs. W. H. Pennington, J. B., Raymond Shepherd. A son died in infancy. A sister Mrs. Lutie Agin also survives.
SHEPHERD, Miss Annie, 68, South Trimble died 9 Dec 1930, buried ?? 2 brothers, Willie and Sid Shepherd, 1 sister, Mrs. Lizzie Agin.
SHEPHERD, John Killis, 76, Sligo or Hickory Grove died 28 Apr 1928, buried ?? Wife died 2 yrs ago, 2 sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Agin, Miss Anna Shepherd, 2 brothers, Sid and Orvell Shepherd.
SHEPHERD, Lula Mae, ca 63, near Campbellsburg died 9 Feb 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford. m. WILL SHEPHERD, 7 ch. Margarete Louise, Mary Elizabeth deceased, survived by husband, ch. Merle, Katherine, Mrs. William Dunn, Mrs. Mae Johnson and Mrs. Freda Carr, a sister Mrs. John Dawkins.
SHEPHERD, Mary Elizabeth, 18, Bedford died 18 Mar 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Shepherd, 4 sisters, Katherine, Willana, Mae and Freda, 1 brother, Merle Shepherd.
SHEPHERD, Ruby Ralston, 30 died 20 Jun 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, eldest child of Chan and the late Hallie (Gaunt) Ralston, b. Trimble Co. 7/8 Jul 1911. m. 28 Jul 1929, ROBERT SHEPHERD, 2 ch. Hallie June and Bobby Gene Shepherd.
SHUCK, Ralph, 4, Patton's Creek died 14 Jan 1935, buried Sulphur Cem., son of Mr. and Mrs. Prentice Shuck.
SIBLEY, J. B., 34, Ft. Morgan, Colo. died 11 Aug 1938, buried Eminence IOOF Cemetery, born on Little Kentucky, 5 Jan 1904, attended Trimble Co., High School, in 1934, m. Eleanor McDonald of Eminence, survived by wife, mother, Mrs. Clara Sibley McIntire, 2 brothers, Raymond and Howard Sibley, a sister, Mrs. Ray Binford.
SIBLEY, Leonard G., ca 65, Eminence, KY died 9 Oct 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, s/o late John and Mattie Coleman Sibley, b. Trimble Co., moved to Henry Co. ca 21 yrs ago. 1st m. IRMA HARRELL who died 1917, 3 ch. Robert, Harvey and Darrell Sibley who survives, 2nd m. to MINNIE BLACKERBY who died 8 yrs ago, m. 3rd to MRS. BERTICE CALLIS HARRELL who survives, 1 bro. Oscar Sibley, 2 sis. Mrs. Walter Blackerby and Mrs. Alpha Burnett.
SIBLEY, Minnie Blackerby, 54, died 9 Sep 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, born Oldham Co., 8 Nov 1879, m. 7 Nov 1918 to LEONARD SIBLEY who survives, 3 step?sons, Harvey, Robert and Darrell Sibley, 3 brothers, Walter, James and Richard Blackerby, 2 sis., Mrs. J. B. Yeager and Mrs. J. B. Tharp.
SIBLEY, Ruby Virginia, 16, died 19 Jul 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Oscar and Katie Pierce Sibley, 2 bro., Herbert and Coleman, 1 sis., Edith Marcheta Sibley.
SIMMONS, Maude Marie, 61, died 24 May 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 13 Feb 1886, d/o James Wesley and Cerelda (Zerelda) Kidwell. m. 17 Jul 1909 to WALTER SIMMONS. He died 2 yrs ago, survived by children, Howard, James L. and Dallas Simmons, Mrs. Edgar Bassett and Mrs. James A. Smith, 2 sisters Mrs. Wilma Moore and Mrs. C. E. Duncan. A dau. Pauline died at age 7 years.
SIMMONS, Nina, 70, south of Bedford died 29 Jun 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o late Joe Humble, m. DANIEL FRANKLIN LEATHERMAN, 5 children, 3 survive, Dora and Shelby Leatherman and Mrs. Bettie Carter, m. 2nd to SAM SIMMONS, 3 children, husband and 1 child, Jim Simmons survives.
SIMMONS, Walter Lee, 64 died 24 Jan 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, a native of Trimble Co. b. 27 Jan 1881, s/o late Daniel and Nancy Simmons. In 1908 he m. MAUDE KIDWELL. Surv. by widow, 5 ch. Cpl. Howard Simmons, Dallas and Pfc. James L Simmons, Mrs. Edgar Bassett, and Mrs. Andrew Smith, 2 brothers Ernest and Arthur Simmons, 2 sisters Mrs. Ashby Barnett and Mrs. Chester Sidebottom. Preceded by 1 daughter Pauline and a sister Mrs. George Ball.
SIMPSON, Leo, 12 days, died 18 Jun 1941 Data from funeral record.
SIMPSON, Sallie, 104, Hickory Grove died 24 Apr 1928, buried Kent farm Cem., widow of WALTER SIMPSON, 15 children: 8 survive, Barney, Charlie, William, Mrs. Sallie Abbott, Mrs. Virginia McClellan, Mrs. Josie Ryan, Mrs. Loula McConnis and Mrs. John Kent. Note ? p. 31, Cemetery Book, gives her dates, 4 Apr 1837 ? 28 Apr 1928, age given on 1870 census is 32. 91 at time of death ?? Death given in Trimble Democrat, on April 26, 1928 and May 3, 1928.
SINGER, Flora, ca 75, Madison, IN died 31 Jan 1939, buried Moffett Cemetery, a former resident of Milton, b. and reared Madison, IN, d/o late Capt. Weber, for years in charge of the night ferry between Milton and Madison. Survived by 1 daughter. Flora was widow of JAMES SINGER, (who died 1936.)
SINGER, James, 72, died Indianapolis, IN 22 Aug 1936, buried Moffett Cemetery, youngest s/o William Singer, born and reared on hilltop at Milton, has lived in Indiana ca 25 years, m. FLORENCE WEBER of Madison, 1 daughter, Mrs. Marion Cooper who with mother survives, 3 sisters, Mrs. H.E. McIntire, Mrs. Susan Wescott and Mrs. Lou Wilson.
SINGER, James W., 73, near Milton died 7 Nov 1933, burial Wheeler burying ground, Patton's Creek. Widow, GERTRUDE ADCOCK SINGER, and 7 children survive, Tony and Odie Singer by a former marriage, Mrs. Robert Duncan, Forrest, Howard, Letha and Genieve Singer.
SINGER, Joseph Floyd, 24 days died 27 May 1940, bur. Corn Creek Cem. s/o Jack and Katie Connell Singer. Data from funeral record.
SINGER, Whitfield, 84, died 5 Feb 1937, buried New Hope at family burying ground, born Patton's Creek, 20 Sep 1852, m. LULA McGEE, dec'd. 13 years, 7 ch., Mrs. Roy (Beulah) Kerfoot, Mrs. Charles Burrows, Mrs. Grace Young, Mrs. Elmo Morgan, Mrs. Louis Green, Mrs. A. J.(Jack) Singer, and Mr. John Singer. Note: A. J. "Jack" Singer was a son not Mrs.
SKIDMORE, John Russell, 72 died 13 Mar 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 14 Dec 1874, s/o late F. L. and Virginia Colbert Skidmore. He lived all his life in Trimble Co., never married. Survived by 1 brother George Skidmore.
SKIRVIN, Abram Adams, 60, near Hardey Creek on 42 died 30 Nov 1933, buried IOOF Bedford. Survived by widow and 9 children: Mrs. Robert May, Mrs. John Phillips, Mrs. Earl Kirkbride, Mrs. Forest Perry, Mrs. John Roy, Richard, Omer, Lorenza and Woodrow Skirvin, 4 brothers, James, John, Tom and Horace, 1 sister, Mrs. Kirby May.
SKIRVIN, Clara Endia, 41 died 9 Jun 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 14 May 1908, in Carroll Co. where she spent most of her life, d/o Oscar and Lottie Campbell. m. 8 Aug 1929 to R. G. SKIRVIN who survives with a foster son Frankie Shelton, 4 sisters Mrs. Curtis Imel, Mrs. Arthur Skirvin, Mrs. D. E. Handlon and Mrs. Robert Harmon, 3 brothers Arthur, Calvin and Richard Campbell.
SKIRVIN, Samuel Haydon, 78 died 4 Sep 1948, buried Mt. Carmel Cem., b. Owen Co., KY on 14 Jan 1879. His late wife was IDA MAY MILTON SKIRVIN, survived by 1 dau. Mrs. Norman Coghill, bro. Caddie Skirvin, 2 sis. Mrs. Lena O'Neal and Mrs. May Bromwell. Preceded by 4 sisters. Mr. Skirvin had been a resident of Carroll Co., moving to Milton 2 Years ago.
SLATER, Katherine, 83, Anderson, __, died 23 Oct 1940, bur. Moffett Cemetery, survived by husband GEORGE W. SLATER, 5 children Mrs. James L. Smith, Mrs. W. O. Rhoton, Mrs. Orville Holden, William and Frank Slater, 2 bro. George and Frank Green.
SMITH, Anna E., 72, New Washington, IN died 16 Sep 1945, buried ????? ? b. Corn Creek area, 31 Aug 1873, d/o Mr. and Mrs. David Suddith. m. 17 Oct 1891 to JOHN S. SMITH in Jefferson Co., IN. 4 ch. Mrs. Lavaughn Shinness, Mrs. Marguerite Fisher, Prof. Carl L. Smith and Richard who died at age 6 yrs. A step-son Howard Smith whom she reared, died several yrs ago. Survived by husband, 3 children, 1 brother Franklin Suddith.
SMITH, Elsie Cull, (ca 59,) Batavia, Ohio died 12 Dec 1939, buried Marion, IN, b. and reared in Trimble Co. d/o Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cull who moved to Marion in 1902. Survived by husband Rev. E. L. SMITH, 2 sons LeRoy and Gilbert Smith, an aunt Amanda Broad, widow of John Broad. (b. Aug 1880 d/o Edward William and Anna Margaret Stewart.)
SMITH, Ida, 67, Madison, IN died 25 Aug 1935, buried Carmel Cem., a former resident of Trimble Co., d/o Elijah and Martha Holsclaw, (b. 5 Dec 1868) wife of WILL SMITH, (m. 7 Jan 1897, to William Perry Smith) 5 children, Mrs. Joe Ruediger, Mrs. Sam Davis, Lonnie Earl, Iral Russell and Wilbur Hisle Smith.
SMITH, Pvt. Malcolm, 21 died 23 Feb 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 20 May 1924, youngest s/o Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Smith, born near Bedford. He was brought from Holland and buried by his older brother Ollie. Malcolm was killed while serving his country in Germany, the fourth Smith son to enter the armed forces, inducted, 8 Feb 1944. Survived by parents, 4 sis. Mrs. Bert Downs, Mrs. Lucille Lewis, Mrs. Richard Simms, Mrs. W. T. Sims, 6 bro. Clarence, Willie, James, J. B., Edgar and Louis Smith.
SMITH, Minnie, 17, Barebone died 29 Aug 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smith, 1 sister, Nettie Smith 22. (Auto Accident.)
SMITH, Nancy Catherine, 84 died 14 Jan 1944, buried Campbellsburg Cem., b. Trimble Co., 20 Nov 1859, d/o Jeptha and Mary Tingle. m. 31 Dec 1878 to WILEY W. SMITH who died 22 Jun 1926. Survived by 6 children, Charles L., Robert, Claude, Howard Smith, Mrs. Carl Spillman and Miss Zora Smith, 2 sisters Mrs. Betty Aldridge and Mrs. Josie Hiles.
SMITH, Miss Ora, (74,) Hunter's Bottom died 30 May 1931, buried IOOF Carrollton, she was 1 of 7 children. A sister, Mrs. Charles A. Barclay survives.
SMITH, Sophronia E. 75, Milton, KY died 21 Nov 1937, buried Hebron Cem., N. of Madison, b. 7 Oct 1862, Jefferson Co.,IN, d/o Parmines and Sarah Bishop Irvin, youngest of 7 ch., Survived by 1 sis., Mrs. Elizabeth Vawter. In 1894 m. LIEUTENANT ARCHIE W. SMITH who died 1914 leaving 4 children by a former marriage.
SMITHA, Cora Cortner, 61, Fisher Ridge died 1 Oct 1936, buried Moffett Cem., b. 19 Jul 1875, m. at age 18 to JAMES WILLIAM SMITHA, 7 ch., 6 survive, John, Ollie, Wilbur and Roy Smitha, Mrs. George Heveline and Mrs. Dillard Williams, a sis., Mrs. Lola Boles, a bro., Martin Cortner.
SMITHA, Ella, 63, Carmel died 18 Dec 1934, buried Carmel Cem., b. 21 Apr 1871, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Holsclaw, m. 12 Aug 1897 to ALEX SMITHA, 2 dau., Mrs. Tullie Brown and Mrs. Ray Ball who survive, 3 brothers, Frank, Ira and James Holsclaw, 3 sisters, Mrs. William Smith, Mrs. Carrie Cavett and Mrs. Nora Chetwood.
SMITHA, Mary Frances, almost 78, died Ghent, KY 23 Dec 1933, buried Moffett Cem., wife of WILLIAM SMITHA, m. 1873, Survived by husband, 4 children, Mrs. Frank McGee, Mrs. Lafe Coffin, Jesse and Leslie Smitha, 1 half?brother, George Berkshire.
SMITHA, William Berkshire, __, Indiana died 25 Oct 1929, burial Springdale Cem., Madison, IN born and reared in Trimble Co., s/o William Smitha. Survived by wife, ANNA A. SMITHA, 2 brothers, Jesse and Leslie Smitha, 2 sisters, Mrs. Lafe Coffin and Mrs. Frank McGee.
SMITHA, William H., 88, died near Warsaw, KY 11 Dec 1936, buried Moffett Cemetery, born and reared in Trimble Co. near Milton, his wife, MARY SMITHA died Dec 1933, survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Lafe Coffin and Mrs. Frank McGee, 2 sons, Jesse and Leslie Smitha, 1 brother, John Smitha, 1 sister, Mrs. Mary Ellen Bush.
SNOOK, Josephine, 75, Chicago, IL died 12 Dec 1931, buried Chicago, a former resident of Trimble Co., d/o late Francis and Adelaid Mayfield. Wife of HARRY SNOOK, mother of 5 children.
SNYDER, Stillborn of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Snyder 3 Nov 1931, buried Moffett Cem.
SNYDER, America Coleman, 72, Louisville, KY died 28 Nov 1944, buried Moffett Cemetery, widow of late ELDER W. B. SNYDER. Survived by 3 sons W. O., James C. and Lt. George M. Snyder, dau. Mrs. John F. Williams, sis. Mary O. Williams, 2 brothers James B. and Charles A. Coleman.
SNYDER, Ben F., 67, near Mt. Byrd Church died 7 Nov 1930, buried Moffett Cem., s/o late Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder, Survived by widow, Minnie Baskett Snyder, a dau., Mrs. Mark Butler, 3 bro., M. R., W. B. and Hubert S. Snyder.
SNYDER, Florence L. (Baskett,) 81, died 19 Jun 1947, buried Moffett Cem. Widow of late BENJAMIN F. SNYDER. survived by daughter Mrs. Mark C. Butler, Sr., 2 sisters Mrs. Mary L. Hornsby and Mrs. Minnie S. King, 1 brother Loran B. Baskett.
SNYDER, James Levy, ca 64, Ashland, KY died ca 19 Jan 1944, buried Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co. s/o James Snyder, never married. Survived by 2 brothers Paul C. and Clifford Snyder, sister Mrs. George Simpson.
SNYDER, Elder William Barney, 71, died 22 Feb 1942, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. Hunter's Bottom, 10 Jan 1871, 4th s/o William and Della Hoagland Snyder. m. to AMERICA COLEMAN. Survived by wife, dau. Mrs. John F. Williams, 3 sons William Oscar, James C. and George Milton Snyder, 2 bro. Milton R.,Sr. and Hubert Snyder. He entered the ministry in 1906.
SOMMERVILLE, George A., 75, Leeport died 16 Jan 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 17 Oct 1861, Louisville, KY, m. 12 May 1891 to MARY W. WOOD who survives, 6 ch., James, Charlie and George Sommerville, Mrs. Tom Hayes, Mrs, Marion Lappin and Mrs. C. R. Ewing.
SOMERVILLE, Mary Virginia, 81, died 20 Jun 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Louisville, KY, 16 Mar 1868, d/o Thomas and Susan Wood. m. 12 May 1891 to GEORGE A. SOMERVILLE, he died 12 years ago. 7 ch. 6 survive., Mrs. Tom Hayes, Mrs. Marion Lappin, Mrs. Charles Ewing, James, Charles and George Somerville, 1 brother W. A. M. Wood.
SPILLMAN, Ed, (Edward,) 77, died 29 Sep 1944, buried IOOF Carrollton. Most of his life was spent in or near Trimble Co., he was twice married, both deceased. Preceded by sister Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Fisher, brother Randolph Spillman. He is survived by a half?brother in Idaho.
SPILLMAN, Ella Welty, 60, Providence died 26 ? Nov 1935, buried Spillman burying ground, b. 3 Apr 1875 on Hardey Creek, m. DORA SPILLMAN, 2 children, Mrs. Noland (Daisy) Lindsay and Mrs. Dora Bishop, 4 sisters, Mrs. Lula Clem, Mrs. Lizie Stout, Mrs. Ernest Lehue and Mrs. Julia Schirmer, 4 brothers, Joe, W. S., Dan and Clarence Welty. (Ella, d/o John B. and Mary Kalusy Welty.)
SPILLMAN, Elva, (Elba) 87, Milton died 27 Feb 1937, burial IOOF Carrollton, 1st married P. D. KENDALL, and later to HENRY SPILLMAN, dec'd., survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. E. M. (Sophia) Ward and Mrs. John (Florence) Welch. Correction: Elba Glass 1st m. THOMAS D. KENDALL, not P. D. KENDALL. She was preceded by son, Shelby Kendall, 25 Oct 1931.Note: Elba was d/o Gabriel Glass.
SPILLMAN, Emma, 84, Patton's Creek died 1 Feb 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o late James Bell and Armilda Bell, widow of the late JOHN WILL SPILLMAN, no ch., 2 sisters, Mrs. Robert Satterwhite and Mrs. Dora Hunter.
SPILLMAN, Emma Ralston, 63, died 4 Jul 1947, buried IOOF Bedford. A native of Trimble Co., b. 9 Jun 1884, d/o Joseph and Susan Ralston. m. 2 Oct 1919 to ROY SPILLMAN, who survives with son William Joseph Spillman, step?dau. Mrs. Arthur Horne, 2 brothers Chan and Lum Ralston.
SPILLMAN, Ethel Erby, 70 died 24 Nov 1949, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Warren Co., KY, 8 May 1879, foster (adopted) d/o late Joseph W. and Virginia Ball. On 1 Jan 1902, m. WALTON H. SPILLMAN who died 11 yrs ago, 8 ch. all survive, Mrs. Keith H. Hood, Mrs. Walter C. Webster, Mrs. Owen L. Clifford, Mrs. Paul Wilhoite, Doris, Mary Lois, William D. and Howard P. Spillman. Also a sister-in-law, Miss Lizzie Spillman with whom she shared the same home for almost 50 years.
SPILLMAN, Frank L., 79, Bedford died 9 Feb 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 13 June 1855, near Sligo in Trimble Co., in 1875, m. ALICE GILLIS, dec'd., 3 ch., Lemuel C., Ollie and Archie G. Spillman. On 18 May 1892, Frank m. 2nd to LENA HARDWICK who died 1929, a son, H. A. Spillman was born of this union. Daughter Ollie, who married Claude B. Terrill, died 1896.
SPILLMAN, George M., 92, south of Bedford died 2 Jan 1937, family burying ground, (he is now interred at IOOF Bedford) b. 12 Aug 1844, served with the Confederate Army, Co. G. 9th KY Regiment of Calvary, m. HARRIETT ELIZABETH BROWNING, who died 7 May 1892, survived by 2nd wife whom he married 1893. (m. 5 Apr 1893 to ORETTA BROWNING) 1 dau., Mrs. Dollie Chambers, son, Joe Spillman, sister, Mrs. Maggie Abbott of Seymour, IN.
SPILLMAN, Jesse Elmer, 63, Madison, IN died (Aug 1936,) burial? Born in Trimble Co. s/o John H. and Ruth Bray Spillman, he came to Madison many years ago. Survived by widow who was HELEN GORDON, married 40 years ago, a daughter, Mrs. William Weigand of Calif., a sister, Mrs. R. Dale Scott of North Madison. Mr. Spillman was killed by a blow to the head by William Hoffman in a dispute over a "no parking" sign.
SPILLMAN, Lena, 58, died 14 Oct 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, born Anderson Co. d/o Richard and Pauline Hardwick, left an orphan, brought here when she was 6 years old to the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gillis, Bedford, where she was reared, wife of FRANK L. SPILLMAN, 1 son, H. A. Spillman, 2 step?sons L. C. and A. G. Spillman.
SPILLMAN, Mary (Frances 71,) south of Milton died 8 Dec 1938, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 23 May 1867, d/o late Pliney and Clarissa Brook Joyce, wife of EDWARD SPILLMAN, survived by husband, 3 sisters, Mrs. C. K. Coffin, Mrs. A. H. Schnaitter, Mrs. C. R. Barnes, 3 brothers, M. (Melancthon), W. (Wilson) R. and Oliver S. Joyce. Note: Mary Frances Joyce 1 st m. LEWIS H. ROWLETT, he died 2 Mar 1908, buried Moffett Cemetery.
SPILLMAN, Oretta, 73, south of Bedford died 19 Sep 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford, born Henry Co., 29 Sep 1867, (d/o James and Sarah Spillman Browning.) m. 5 Apr 1893 to GEORGE M. SPILLMAN, a Confederate Veteran of War between the States, now deceased. Surv. by step-son Joe Spillman, 1 step-daughter Mrs. Dollie Smiley.
SPILLMAN, Randolph, 74 died 9 Aug 1944, bur. IOOF Carrollton, b. 2 Jun 1870, survived by wife, LENA FISHER SPILLMAN, 6 children Mrs. Ralph Stephens, Mrs. Luther McDole, Mrs. Clara Calvert, Mrs. Cordia Chandler and Oscar Spillman, brother Edward Spillman and a half-bro. in Idaho.
SPILLMAN, Walton Hurst, 63, Providence died 30 Aug 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, born Trimble Co., 3 Jan 1875, s/o late William and Betty Ewing Spillman, m. 1 Jan 1902 to ETHEL ERBY who survives, 8 children, Erby, Doris, William, Howard, Mary Lois Spillman, Mrs. Walter Webster, Mrs. Owen Lee Clifford, Mrs Paul Wilhoit, 1 sister, Miss Lizzie Spillman.
STAFFORD, Mary (colored),__, died 16 Dec 1939, buried Springdale Cem., born and reared in Milton, d/o "Uncle Jack" Shelton, widow of Grant Stafford, survived by 3 ch. Mary Alice, Pauline Capers and William Stafford, 4 bro. George, Joe, Isaac and Paul Shelton, 2 sisters Cleo Coleman and Lucy Beatty.
STAMOS, Hazel Ralston, 46, (1900?1946) died 17 Sep 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mrs. Ollie Thorne and the late F. S. "Doc" Ralston. Survived by husband, WILLIAM STAMOS, 2 sisters Ruth Breir and Susie Fulks, a brother Paul Ralston, step-father Albert Thorne, 3 step-children all of Athens, Greece, Nick, Gus and Eva Stamos.
STANLEY, Judge I. T., 68, died Louisville 30 Nov 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, resident of Trimble Co., s/o late William and Lucy Stanley, born Trimble Co., 22 May 1864, Survived by widow, LENA HORINE STANLEY, m. 1887, 9 children, Mrs. M. G. Peak, Mrs. F. M. Herr, Mrs. Perry Dean, Mrs. Gorden Beasley, Mrs. Knoble Hudson, A. Thurman, L. Goebel, I. T. and Dr. Laban P. Stanley, 1 brother, John S. Stanley, 2 sis., Mrs. Lafe Colbert and Mrs. Nanney Stanley. Note: Name, I. T. for Isom Thomas Stanley.
STANLEY, John S., 81, Bedford died 13 Dec 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 15 Feb 1853, Oldham Co., brother of late Judge I. T. Stanley, m. NANNIE CHANDLER who died 25 Apr 1929, survived by 1 sister, Mrs. Mote Colbert.
STANLEY, Kate Yeager, 65 died 4 Sep 1939, south of Bedford, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Flemming Yeager, m. 1910 to JAMES STANLEY who survives, 2 brothers Tom and Tillman Yeager.
STANLEY, Lena, (1867 - 1949) died 1949, burial IOOF Bedford, wife of ISOM THOMAS STANLEY (nee Horine}.
STANLEY, Nannie, 52, Bedford died 25 Apr 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Ed Chandler, wife of JOHN S. STANLEY, no children, 1 brother, George Chandler, 2 sisters, Mrs. Eddy Abbott and Mrs. Jennie Jones.
STANLEY, Robert, ca 64, died 22 Jan 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. s/o late Mr. and Mrs. James Stanley, m. 29 Oct 1902 to DELLA FAULKNER. No children. Survived by sister Mrs. George Angell, brother Jim Stanley, 2 half? brothers Chan and William Moore.
STANLEY, Miss Roxie, 58 died 20 Sep 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, born and reared in Trimble Co. near Sulphur, KY, d/o of Mrs. Laura Stanley and the late Verde Stanley. Survived by mother, sis. Rosa, 2 bro. Otha and Elmer Stanley, half-sis. Mrs. Gertrude Lockhart, half-bro. C. J. Stanley.
STANLEY, V. G., 81, near Sulphur died 29 Jul 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late W. O. Stanley and Lucy Berry Stanley, Survived by wife, LAURA LOUDEN STANLEY, 3 dau., Mrs. Clyde Lockhart, Roxie and Rose Stanley, 3 sons, Jesse, Elmer and Otho Stanley, 2 bro., John S. and Judge I. T. Stanley, 2 sisters, Mrs. Mote Colbert and Mrs. Nannie Stanley. Note: His name, Verd G. Stanley, his 2nd m. 18 Mar 1884 to LAURA LOUDEN.
STAPLES, Elmer M., 50, died 26 Jan 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 7 May 1889. Eldest s/o late John H. and Lida Wheeler Staples. m. MRS. IDA GARRETT BANKS, who survives, 1 son Robert Staples, 5 bro. Shelley, Tony, George, Howard and Beckham Staples, 2 sis. Mrs. Walter Craig and Mrs. Annie Calvert.
STAPLES, Elza, __, (Robert Elza,) died Indiana 30 Dec 1934, burial IOOF Bedford, native of Trimble Co., (born 1873, s/o James and Sarah Staples.) Survived by widow (PEARL DAILY STAPLES) and 1 son.
STAPLES, Glenna Lee, almost 7 died 1 Mar 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Tony Staples, b. 30 Mar 1932. She leaves parents, 2 bro. Russell and J. C., 4 sisters Louise, Mary Jo, Reva and Evelyn Staples.
STAPLES, J. B., 13, South of Bedford died 22 Mar 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Staples, (died of burns.)
STAPLES, James, 92, Wise's Landing died 2 Feb 1933, buried in farm graveyard on Morton Ridge, b. 1 Nov ____, 1 son, Elza Staples, 1 daughter, Mrs. Ollie Thorne. Note: James m. SARAH ANN JEFFRIES, 28 Jan 1862.
STAPLES, Lou Browning, 73, Wise's Landing died 5 Jan 1932, buried Totten Cemetery, m. 9 Oct 1924, to JAMES STAPLES, who survives.
STAPLES, Lyda Wheeler, 72, north of Bedford died 17 Jul 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 17 Feb 1866, m. 10 Jun 1888 to J. H. STAPLES, now deceased, 11 children, 3 dying in infancy, surviving are, Elmer, Shelby, George, Tony, Howard and Beckham Staples, Mrs. Walter Craig and Mrs. Anna Calvert, 1 brother, Walter Wheeler, 1 sister, Mrs. Georgia Lee.
STAPLES, Mary, __, child. Entry date in book, 19 Mar 1943 Data from funeral record.
STAPLES, Robert Wendell, stillborn 17 Feb 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford. s/o Howard and Stella Mae Garriott Staples. Data from funeral record. Note: The spelling of Garriott should be Garrett.
STAPLES, Sid, 54, South Trimble died 25 Aug 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o James Staples, Survived by wife OLLIE A. McDOWELL STAPLES, 7 ch., 4 survive, Ruby Jewell, Ethel Reva, Myrtle Ray, and Siddie Bearl Staples, 1 brother, Elzie Staples, 2 sisters, Mrs. Albert Thorn and Mrs. Asher Yager. Note: Sid's name on stone is Nathan S. Staples.
STARK, Daniel H., 65, Bedford died 13 Apr 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, born 7 Jan 1873, a former Magistrate, m. LUCY LEE of Antioch community, children, Mrs. Nellie Dunaway, Mrs. Rena Egerton, Mrs. Gilbert Wood and Elmo Stark twins, William, Bert, Richard, Charles and James Stark, also survived by mother, Mrs. Martha Stark, age 91, 1 bro., J. L. Stark, 1 sister, Mrs. William Martinie.
STARK, Female, b. 23 Nov 1946, died 24 Nov 1946, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Stark, survived by parents, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Sampson.
STARK, Lucy Lee, her 62nd year died 28 Apr 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, born Trimble Co., near Antioch, 13 Jul 1876, d/o late William and Sophia Hawkins Lee, on 13 Oct 1898, m. D. H. STARK, Squire D. H. Stark died 13 Apr 1938 9 children, all survive, William, Richard, Charles, James, Elmo and Albert Stark, Mrs. Curtis Dunaway, Mrs. Clarence Egerton and Mrs. Gilbert Wood, 1 sister, Mrs. Will Newby, 1 brother, Roy O. Lee.
STARK, Martha A., 94, died 12 Mar 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 1 Jan 1847, m. STROTHER STARK, who died 28 yrs ago, 3 children 1 son, Dan Stark deceased, survived by John Stark and Mrs. Will (Ella) Martinie.
STARK, Mary B., 78, died near Pendleton, KY 4 Mar 1938, buried Sligo Cemetery, widow of LEMUEL R. STARK of this county, survived by 3 daughters, Mrs. Charlotte Callis, Mrs. James Morgan and Miss Ruth Stark, 1 son, Rowan Stark, 1 sister, Mrs. Eddie Wright.
STATEN, Dora, 55, Providence died 9 Apr 1938, buried Campbellsburg Cemetery, son of late Alfred and Malvina Staten of this county, m. INEZ CHILTON, 2 ch. Theodore and Mary Dana Staten who with their mother survives, 2 sisters, Miss Maud Staten and Mrs. Maggie Caplinger, 3 brothers, Ed, Shellie and E. B. Staten.
STATEN, Joseph T., near 91, Bagdad, Shelby Co., KY died 2 Mar 1937, buried Frankfort, KY b. 5 Mar 1846, survived by children, Ovid, James and Wickliffe Staten, Mrs. Arthur Branch and Mrs. Bessie Matthews. The last member of his family, a sister, Mrs. Bettie Dawkins died 5 weeks ago.
STATEN, Robert Emmett, 76, Sulphur died 17 Feb 1942, bur. Sulphur Cem., b. 25 Aug 1865 Trimble Co. m. 16 Nov 1889 to LILLIE E. GREENWOOD, 2 children Mrs. Orville Coombs and Ernest Staten. Lillie died 1896.
STEPHENSON, Dora Powell, 83 died 29 Apr 1949, funeral at Port Royal, KY bur.IOOF Port Royal, KY m. 1884 to JOHN STEPHENSON who died 13 years ago, 7 ch. 4 preceded her. Surviving are, Mrs. W. T. Willis, Mrs. Lee Tingle and Orva Stephenson, 3 bro. Charles, Chester and Rowan Berry.
STEPHENSON, James Franklin, 75, near Moorefield, IN died 21 Dec 1936, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 16 May 1861, former resident of Milton, KY.
STEPHENSON, John, 82, Pleasant Retreat died 23 Dec 1936, b. Port Royal in Henry Co.,KY. survived by widow, DORA STEPHENSON and 4 children, Mrs. W. T. Willis, Mrs. Lee Tingle, Alva and Harry Stephenson. He was the only brother of James F. Stephenson who died Monday at Moorefield, IN.
STERLING, Sarah Anna, 34, Indianapolis, IN died 18 Dec 1938, buried Crown Hill Cem., b. 11 June 1904, Trimble Co., d/o the late George and Eula Coffin, m. 10 May 1924 to J. D. STERLING of Trimble Co., have resided in IN since their marriage, leaves a dau., Wilma June, age 11, 1 sister, Mrs. Estelle Ewbank, 3 brothers, Mark, Charles and James Coffin.
STEVENSON, Ovie Lee, 26, Madison, IN died 18 Mar 1942, buried Moffett Cemetery, s/o Mrs. George Lewis, 1 sister, Mrs. Joe Edgerly.
STEWART, Amanda Jane (Wood,) 71, Madison, IN died 19 Nov 1937, buried ? born in KY, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Wood, widow of late B. H. STEWART, died Aug 1936, Survived by dau., Mrs. May Graves, 2 sis., Mrs. Levi Wilson and Mrs. Nonie Brooks, 4 brothers, G. A., John, William and E. A. Wood.
STEWART, Andrew J., 81, Carmel died 9 Mar 1935, buried Moffett Cemetery, survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Ed Stockdale and Mrs. Fred Green, (a sister) Mrs. Amanda Broad.
STEWART, Emily Endora, 83 died 23 Feb 1944, services at Sligo, bur. ______. b. 6 Mar 1860. Data from funeral record.
STEWART, Howard, 38, East Trimble near Wilson school died 29 Mar 1930, burial in family burying ground, s/o Henry Stewart who survives, 1 brother, Bruce Stewart.
STEWART, Wayne Douglas, b. 2 Jan 1944, died 26 Jan 1944, bur. Moffett Cem. s/o Ed and Rosa Craig Stewart. Data from funeral record.
STOCKDALE, Benjamin, 78, North Vernon, IN died 16 Feb 1944, buried Moffett Cem., born Carroll Co., 25 Apr 1865, s/o late John and Prudy Stockdale. Surv. by widow MOLLIE PECAR STOCKDALE, sister, Mrs. Addie Crawford, 2 brothers Charles and Lowry Stockdale.
STOCKDALE, Eliza M., 76, died 12 Sep 1931, buried Carmel Cem., died at home of daughter, Mrs. Minnie Althoff, Canaan, IN, widow of late Jehu J. Stockdale.
STOCKDALE, Franklin Pierce, 92 died 25 Dec 1945, buried Mt. Carmel Cem., b. 7 Apr 1853, m. MARTHA JANE SPILLMAN who died 10 yrs ago. 6 children Mrs. Alf Wright, Mrs. J. D. Wright, Mrs. Frank Fisher, Frank, Murvin and Raymond Stockdale, 1 brother name not given.
STOCKDALE, Jasper E., 60, lived below Milton died 26 Jun 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 16 Nov 1873, survived by widow, LOTA CHANDLER STOCKDALE, 5 ch., Roy, Vincent, Carroll and Miss Zelmar Stockdale and Mrs. Alene Morgan.
STOCKDALE, Lota Chandler, 56 died 19 Jan 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o the late William and Mary Perkinson Chandler, b. 1883, m. JASPER STOCKDALE who died 26 Jun 1934. 5 children Zelma, Roy, Vincent, Carroll Stockdale and Mrs. Alene Morgan, 6 sis. Mrs. Willie Helstede, Mrs. Shelby Rowlett, Mrs. George Andrew, Mrs. J. C. White, Mrs. Homer Richmond and Mrs. Ruth Powell, 5 bro. Shelby, Jutis (Justis), Elmer, Ballard and Woodrow Chandler. Note: Shelby or Shelley Chandler? Check.
STOCKDALE, Louis Murvin, 62, Union Grove community died 16 Apr 1947, bur, (Mt. Carmel Cem.) s/o late Martha J. (Spillman) and Franklin Pierce Stockdale. Survived by widow (MATTIE DIARMIT STOCKDALE) and 2 children, Francis Elwyn Stockdale and Mrs. Mildred Searcy.
STOCKDALE, William Alva, 75, Leeport died 7 Apr 1937, buried Moffett Cem., b. Carroll Co., KY, 22 Jan 1862, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. John Stockdale, married 12 Feb 1885 to FRANCES GROSS, 7 children, Henry A., Elza E., Otis I., Joseph W., Clarence B., William and Mrs. Lelah Sommerville, brothers, Charles J., Iva D., Benjamin I. and Lowry H. Stockdale, sisters, Mrs. Addie M. Crawford and Mrs. Leota L. Mitchell. Cora deceased.
STONE, Edward, 37, died 11 Jul 1949, buried _____, ? b. Switcherland Co., IN, 18 Dec 1911, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Waldridge Stone. Survived by 2 bro. James C. and Leroy Stone, 3 sisters Mrs. Maude May Jones, Mrs. Eliza Gray Simpson and Mrs. Bessie Magdaline Scott.
STONE, Hallie, 28, Indianapolis, IN died 29 Nov 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, born and reared on Little Kentucky, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jones, survived by husband, a daughter, their names not given, 2 sisters, Mrs. Mattie Young and Mrs. Ethel Elliott, 1 brother, Alvin Jones, of Henry Co.
STONE, Martha, 61, died 21 Jun 1943, bur. Moffett Cem. b. 22 Mar 1882, d/o James and Mary Cole Stone. Data from funeral record.
STONESTREET, Lawrence, 23, killed 28 Nov 1944 on the field of battle in Germany. Buried IOOF Bedford, b. Louisville, KY, 29 Jan 1921, moved to Trimble Co. when 10 yrs old. m. 24 Mar 1940 BONNIE WILSON, at Henderson. Survived by mother Mrs. Frank Hunter, step-father Frank Hunter, daughter Wanda Ramona, Henderson, KY, wife now Mrs. Garland Mills, sister Mrs. E. B. Taylor, brother S/Sgt. Norvin Stonestreet, 3 step-sisters Mrs. William Coghill, Mrs. Paul Hardin and Mrs. Henry Alpers, step?brother Alvin Hunter. This was in 14 Apr 1949 paper.
STOTTLEBOWER, Michael, 78, Madison, IN died 15 Nov 1934, buried Springdale Cem., b. 11 Oct 1856 in Milton, KY, s/o Mike and Rosina Stottlebower, natives of Alsac?Loraine, m. 6 Oct 1883 to DORA UMBACK who Survived with ch., J. C., William L., Miss Alene Stottlebower, and Mrs. A. W. Glauber.
STOUT, George, 69, Palmyra neighborhood died 23 Aug 1935, buried Mt. Tabor Cemetery, b. Indiana, survived by widow, ELIZABETH WELTY STOUT, 1 daughter, Rosa Stout, another daughter preceded him in death.
STOUT, John R., Sr. 82, Worthville, KY died 15 Nov 1934, burial ? Father of John R. Stout Jr., Mrs. Cary Clubb, Mrs. Josephine Butcher and Mrs. Harry Records.
STRASSEMEIER, Sadie B., 58, Madison, IN died 9 Dec 1949, R 4, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. Trimble Co. 21 Jun 1891, d/o late George and Mary Kate Farley. m. 20 Dec 1916 to FREDRICK C. STRASSEMEIER, 4 ch. Survived by husband, 3 ch. Mrs. Wilbur Joyce and Velma Jean and Charles Strassemeier, a sister Mrs. Mayme Stroup. A son William Roger Strassemeier was killed in action overseas on 3 Oct 1943 during W.W.II.
STRONG, Florence Allene, (22,) Indianapolis, IN died 5 Jan 1931, buried, Moffett Cem., born and reared in Milton, d/o late Sylvester Jackson and Lina Jackson who Survived, wife of RAY STRONG, 2 sis., Mrs. Walter Webster and Mrs. David Holsclaw, 2 brothers, Losey and Raymond Jackson.
STROTHER, Judge Charles, __, Lexington, KY died 14 Oct 1931, buried ??, born and reared in Trimble Co., brother, Judge James Strother.
STROTHER, Emma Morris, (76,) died 17 Nov 1942, (buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 11 Aug 1866) survived, by 2 sons Morris and Sam Strother, dau. Mrs. D. B. Morgan, sis. Miss Mamie Morris. (d/o Ben and Emma Wright Morris.)
STROTHER, Fannie Pryor, 83, Milton died 21 May 1939, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. Trimble Co.,near Bedford, 3 Jul 1855, d/o late Judge George Pryor. Last of a large family. Wife of Judge JAMES STROTHER, aged 89.
STROTHER, Jackson Pryor, 72, Milton died 25 Jul 1931, buried Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co. 18 Aug 1859, s/o late Samuel Strother. Survived by wife, EMMA MORRIS, d/o late Judge Ben Morris, 2 sons, Ben Morris and Samuel Strother, 1 dau., Mrs. Dora Bell Morgan, 2 sis., Mrs. W. R. Joyce and Mrs. James T. Morgan. (3rd death within 1 yr. Mrs. B. M. Strother dau.?in?law died 12 Oct 1930, Miss Mary Kate Strother, a sister died 20 Apr 1931.)
STROTHER, Judge James, 89, Carrollton, KY died 11 Aug 1939, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 9 Sep 1849, reared in Trimble Co. m. 22 Sep 1886 to FANNIE PRYOR of Bedford, living together for 53 yrs. He was Judge of Trimble Co. 1918 for 4 yrs, survived by sis. Mrs. Sallie Meguire. Mrs. Strother died 21 May. (s/o French and Lucinda Strother, 1870 census.)
STROTHER, Lois, (31,) died 12 Oct 1930 , buried Moffett Cem., wife of Ben Strother, Louisville, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hood of Bedford, after the death of her parents, she was adopted by the late Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Bare, Survived by ch., Rachel 8, and Jack 5, 3 bro., J. Bryan Hood, Keith H. and Charles W. Hood. One sister, Irene preceded her.
STROTHER, Lucy Duncan, 90, near Milton died 1 Jan 1933, buried Moffett Cem., widow of RICHARD STROTHER, (who died 2 Dec 1912.) 3 children: Mrs. Albert M. King, Mrs. R. K. Ashby and Jerry Strother.
STROTHER, Marianne, 85, with dau., Hanover, IN died 9 Jul 1937, buried Moffett Cem., b. 1 or 21 Aug 1851, d/o late Stephen D. McIntire, widow of late OLIVER P. STROTHER, died 13 years ago, survived by 2 daughters from a former marriage, Mrs. F. L. Moreland and Mrs. Fannie Luckett.
STROTHER, Miss Mary Kate (65,) Milton died 20 Apr 1931, buried Moffett Cem. d/o Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Strother, (b.1866, from Cem. Book), Survived by 2 sis., Mrs. W. R. Joyce and Mrs. James T. Morgan, bro., J. P. Strother.
STROUP, William, 74, Knightstown, IN died 22 May 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, a former resident of Trimble Co.
STURGEON, Jeneva Ruth, 11 mo, Milton died 18 Dec 1928, buried Moffett Cemetery d/o Prof. and Mrs. George Sturgeon.
SUDDITH, Dollie, 69, died 12 Nov 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o late Joel and Sarah Hood, an only child, b. 12 Jul 1864, m. 16 Feb 1887 to JOHN A. SUDDITH, a former sheriff of Trimble Co., who survives, with 2 daughters, Mrs. Ovie Pinnell and Mrs. Harry Bowman.
SULLIVAN, Jack, 59, Milton died 28 Dec 1934, buried Moffett Cem, born in Henry Co., KY near Drennon Springs, Survived by widow, a sister of Luther Shelton.
SUTER, Dr. Webb, 59, Campbellsburg died 23 May 1939, buried there. He had practiced medicine in Henry and Trimble Co. for 35 years, survived by widow and 5 sons, 6 sisters and a brother.
SUTHERLAND, Billy Eugene, 16 died 10 Nov 1947, buried Campbellsburg Cem. b. C?burg. s/o Mr. and Mrs. Ashby Sutherland, moved to Bedford 5 yrs ago. Survived by parents, sisters Mrs. Melvin Louden, Mrs. Vernon Bennett, Mrs. Richard Payton, Minnie, Ethel, Mabel and Barbara, 3 bro. Ishmael, Arthur and Cecil Southerland.
SUTHERLAND, Margaret Lou, 63, died 24 Mar 1937, buried Campbellsburg, born 13 Mar 1874 d/o T. J. and Rachel E. Goodrum, now deceased, m. 24 Mar 1895 to WARREN SUTHERLAND, 10 children, Survived by husband, 8 ch. 1 brother, Johnnie Goodrum, 2 sis., Mrs. D. A. Branson and Mrs. B. O. Bishop. Note: Her son, James Ashby Sutherland died Dec 1966 and lists 2 bro., Arthur and Joe Sutherland, 4 sis., Mrs. Goldie Dempsey, Mrs. Ethel Lynch, Mrs. Betty Hymer and Mrs. Ora Meadows.
SWISHER, Annie E. (Simms,) 83, Wise's Landing died 8 Jan 1929, buried, Wise's Landing m. 26 Dec 1862, widow of ABRAHAM SWISHER, dec'd.18 yrs, 4 children: Mrs. J. J. Gillman, John, Arthur and A. G. Swisher.
SWISHER, Arthur Hamilton, 64 died 16 Nov 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Hardin Co., KY, 30 Jun 1880, (s/o Abraham and Anna E, Sims Swisher.) At age 19, m. ALLIE TOTTEN GARRIOTT, 4 ch. Mrs. Lewis G. Bumen, Leonard E., and Raymon C. Swisher living and Orville C. who died 1941. Survived by sis. Mrs. J. J. Gillman, bro. Albert G, Swisher. m. 2nd 15 Sep 1915 to OPAL OGDEN, 1 dau. Mrs. Maurice C. Clem.
SWISHER, Orville Cecil, 38, Louisville died 22 Jun 1941, buried Muskegon, Michigan, b. 25 Dec 1902, s/o Arthur H. Swisher and Allie Garriott Swisher who died 9 Apr 1909, m. 25 Nov 1925 to JESSIE CROSS, of Michigan, 7 children, of which 1 survives, Margaret Lee. Survived by widow, daughter, father, 2 bro. Raymond C. and Leonard Swisher, 1 sister L. G. Bumen, 1 half?sis. Dorothy Ann Swisher, and step-mother.
SWISHER, Phoeba Louise, 3, Wise's Landing died 11 Jul 1931, buried, Muskegon, Michigan d/o Mr. and Mrs. Orville Swisher of Muskegon, MI, drowned in Ohio River at Wise' Landing in Trimble Co., KY.
SWISHER, Son, (Russell,) born and died, Bedford died 6 Jun 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Swisher.
TANDY, Hon. Eugene W., 74, died 20 Feb 1945, bur. IOOF Bedford. A native of this County, s/o Milton and Adelia Tandy. He held the office of Trimble Co. Attotney for four terms. m. 1907 to VIRGINIA HANCOCK who survive, 3 ch. Mrs. Alvin Brodback, Mrs. L. M. Goose and Don Tandy, a bro. G. M. Tandy, sis. Mary B. Tandy.
TANDY, George M., 86, Indianapolis, IN died 14 Jun 1948, buried Moffett Cem. b. 6 Dec 1861, in Trimble Co. where he spent most of his life, s/o Milton and Adelia Tandy. m. 4 Mar 1886 to EMMA LUCKETT who survives with 2 ch. Mrs. B. T Young and Mrs. George Conway. Preceded by 3 sis. Mrs. W. H. Tandy, Miss Mary B. Tandy and Mrs. Katie Craig, 4 bro. Thomas, Charles and Eugene "Gene" Tandy.
TANDY, Martha Jessie "Mattie", almost 82, died 26 Jun 1937, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 10 Nov 1855, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Milton Tandy, m. 31 Jan 1884 to WILLIS H. TANDY, died (6 Nov 1930,) 5 children, Mrs. Jessie Ames, Lewis E., Thomas B. and Charles C. Tandy, son James died in infancy, Survived by 2 bro., George M. and Hon. E. W. Tandy, sis. Mary B. Tandy.
TANDY, Miss Mary B., ca 74, Madison, IN. In paper of 25 Apr 1946, bur. Moffett Cem. Native of Trimble Co., moved to Madison several years ago, d/o Milton and Adelia Tandy. Survived by bro. George M. Tandy, who is last of a family of 8 ch.
TANDY, Mary E. Coleman, 83, died in Texas 15 Jan 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, native of Trimble Co., survived by 2 sons, J. A. and W. D. Tandy, 3 dau., Mrs. Bryant Morris, Mrs. H. M. Head and Mrs. Leona Colbert.
TANDY, Mary Luckett, 73, Milton died 25 Dec 1940, bur. Moffett Cemetery, b. 8 Sep 1867, (d/o William and Ellen Trout Luckett.) m. CHARLES T. (L.) TANDY, who died 30 Jan 1927, 1 son Nunley Tandy, 1 bro. William Luckett, 2 sis. Mrs. George M. Tandy and Miss Rene Luckett. (Name of husband is CHARLES L. TANDY on stone and funeral records.)
TANDY, Richard, __, Oregon. In paper of 19 Feb 1931, buried ??, a native of Carroll Co., KY. Survived by widow, SALLIE GILTNER TANDY, 2 daughters, Mrs. Elinor Burt and Mrs. Martha Hutchings, 1 sis., Mrs. W. H. Peniston of Lacie in Henry Co., KY, is only survivor of 11 children. (Mr. W. H. Tandy dec'd. 6 Nov 1930, Lewis Tandy dec'd. in Lacie, 8 Jan 1931.)
TANDY, Thomas J., 77, Madison, IN died 6 Dec 1933, buried Moffett Cem., s/o Mr. and Mrs. Milton Tandy, born and reared, Trimble Co., Pleasant Retreat community. m. MISS SALLIE LANGSTAFF, of Carroll Co., who survives, no children, 2 brothers, G. M. Tandy and E. W. Tandy, 2 sisters, Mrs. Mattie Tandy and Miss Mary B. Tandy.
TANDY, William Daniel, 73, Louisville died 18 Oct 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 28 Feb 1867, s/o late J. A. and Mary E. Tandy. m. 15 Dec 1896, ROXIE LOGAN, survived by wife, son James Logan Tandy, 3 sis. Mrs. Henry Head, Mrs. S. B. Morris and Mrs. G. P. Heath, 1 brother Jack Tandy.
TANDY, Willis H., 79, Milton died 6 Nov 1930, buried Moffett Cem., born 18 Nov 1850, survived by widow, MATTIE TANDY, 1 daughter, Jesse, 3 sons, Lewis, Jr., Thomas B. and Charles Tandy, 1 sister, Mrs. Lucia Penniston, 2 brothers, Lewis Tandy, and other name not given. (Richard Tandy.)
TARVIN, Lu Greenwood, __, Washington, DC, died 6 Aug 1937 buried ? born and reared in Trimble Co., d/o Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Greenwood, widow of late JUDGE JAMES P. TARVIN, Survived by son, J. W. Belt. (She was a Half?sister of Eugene Mosley's mother.)
TAULMAN, Clara, ca 72, Louisville, KY died 14 Apr 1933, buried ??, born and reared in Milton, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Taulman. (ca 72, 1870 census.)
TAULMAN, E. R., (Edwin,) ca 75, Louisville, KY died 27 Sep 1933, buried Moffett Cemetery born and reared in Milton.
TAYLOR, Alice, 84, Ghent, KY died 31 Aug 1933, buried Carmel Cem., former resident of Trimble Co. Note: nee Murphy, late husband was THOMAS TAYLOR died before 1900. Their children were: Roy Taylor, Bertha Welch and 1 other child.
TAYLOR, Anna Laura, 42, Brooksburg, IN died 15 Jun 1944, buried there, b. 12 Mar 1902, the former Anna Laura Mosgrove. Surv. by husband REV. DAN TAYLOR, 3 ch. Mrs. Lester (Lois) Wright, Seaman Dale Bates Taylor and Pattie Rachel Taylor, a sis. Mrs. Chas. Lidy, a bro. Giltner Mosgrove.
TAYLOR, (Barbara G.) died 25 May 1940, infant d/o Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Taylor, bur. IOOF Bedford, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Taylor.
TAYLOR, Bobby Gene, __, Burrows died 19 Jan 1938, buried ? b. 11 Jun 1928, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Robert Taylor, survived by parents, 1 sister, Mrs. Wilbur Arrington, 1 brother, J. W. Taylor.
TAYLOR, Charley, 71, Bedford died 8 Apr 1944, bur. Sligo Cem., b. Trimble Co., 21 Sep 1863 m. 24 Dec 1904 to HATTIE UNGLES. Survived by wife, 3 ch. Frances and Forest Taylor, and Mrs. Juanita Adams, brother George Taylor. Preceded by 4 brothers and 4 sisters.
TAYLOR, Frank, 85, south Trimble died 5 Jan 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, Benjamin Franklin Taylor, b. 7 Jul 1848, m. 21 Nov 1865 to LUCY HUNTER who died 21 Apr 1906, 9 ch. 3 survive, Mrs. Annie Chandler, Jesse and C. R. Taylor, a sister, Mrs. Huldah Duncan.
TAYLOR, George, 74, died 13 Nov 1945, buried Corn graveyard in Providence community, he never married and is the last of a family of 11 children.
TAYLOR, George Jesse, 61, New Castle, KY died 11 Mar 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 22 Jul 1876, Trimble Co. near the old Demaree Mill on Little Kentucky, (s/o B. Frank and Lucy Hunter Taylor) 1st m. ROXIE L. CHANDLER, 1 dau., Mrs. Naomi Joyce. Mrs. Taylor died some 34 years ago, m. 2nd, LOTTIE M. STIVERS of Henry Co. who survives with 3 sons, Jesse E., James and Fred Taylor, 1 brother, Charles Taylor, 1 sister, Mrs. Annie Chandler.
TAYLOR, Joseph Owen, 52, died 23 Nov 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 25 Jan 1888, s/o James Hamilton and Mary Cox Taylor. m. MAUDE RYNE, 8 ch., survived by wife, mother, 5 dau. Mrs. Marvin Hughes, Rudell, Norma Lee, Mary Nell and Ora Lee Taylor, 3 sons Giltner, Harold and William Taylor, 4 sisters Mrs. Omer Peel, Mrs. Ernest Miles, Mrs. Field Colbert and Mrs. Ben Tingle, 3 brothers Orvel, Tom and Oris Taylor. Note: Name in funeral records is Oscar Owen Taylor.
TAYLOR, Lottie Stivers, 60, died 16 Aug 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. New Castle, KY 23 Jul 1886, d/o late Jeptha and Mattie Browning. m. 15 Oct 1909 to JESSE TAYLOR who died 8 yrs ago. Survived by 3 ch. Jesse, James Richmond and Fred Carroll Taylor, a sis. Mrs. Arthur Chandler and step-daughter Mrs. Edward Joyce.
TAYLOR, Mary E., 86, Providence, died 6 Aug 1944, burial in Family Cem. there, b. 19 Apr 1859, at age 19, m. JAMES H. TAYLOR, 8 ch. Mrs. Omer Peel, Mrs. Ben Tingle, Mrs. Field Colbert, Mrs. Ernest Mills, Ovie, Tom and Oris Taylor. A son died 3 yrs ago. Also surviving are, 3 sisters Mrs. Givie Gividen, Mrs. Oscar Taylor and Mrs. Carrie Hamilton. Note: The former Mary E. Cox
TAYLOR, Moren Sanders, 75, Indianapolis, IN died 7 Jun 1936, buried Crown Hill Cemetery, b. Trimble Co., 10 Dec 1860, d/o Robert and Emily Sanders, m. 58 yrs. ago to JOE S. TAYLOR of Sellersburg, IN, survived by 2 sons, Otis and Herman Taylor, 1 dau., Mrs. J. D. Garrett all of Indianapolis. She was last of a family of 10 children, 5 bro., William, Gosley, Benjamin, Crit and Robert Sanders, 3 sisters, Mrs. Will Wright, Mrs. Ben Long and Nannie Sanders and her twin who died early in life.
TAYLOR, Ollie Jane Teague, 80, died 12 May 1945, buried Campbellsburg Cem., b. Trimble Co., 11 Jan 1865. m. 23 Feb 1886 LEVE G. TEAGUE, who died 19 Sep 1905, 9 ch. 5 living, Mrs. James Sanders, Levi, Lonnie, Darce and Austin Taylor. Preceded by Herman, Mrs. Sophia Pyles, Mrs. Fannie Pyles and Victor who died in infancy. m. 28 Feb 1916 to LEE TAYLOR who died 4 May 1922. She leaves 4 step-ch., 1 bro. George Williams of Colorado. A brother Oscar Williams died several years ago.
TAYLOR, Oscar, 53, Dougherty Creek, died 10 Feb 1942 Providence, m. NANNIE COX, 2 ch. 1 decd. Surv. by son John Lev Taylor, 3 bro. George, Charlie and Jack Taylor, another bro. and 3 sis. preceded him.
TAYLOR, Prentice, 80, Locust Creek died 15 Sep 1947, buried IOOF Carrollton, b. Hunter's Bottom in Carroll Co., 1 Dec 1866 (s/o John and Sarah Brunton Taylor.) m. 26 Mar 1892 to Angie Alexander of Trimble Co., she survives with 7 children, Mrs. James H. (Lillian) Thompson, Mrs. Andy (Nellie) Thieman, Mrs. Guy (Fannie) Harmon, Mrs. Richard (Emma) Beetem, Harvey, Dick and Ernest Taylor, 5 bro. Barney, Shirley, Butler, Daniel and George Taylor, 2 sis. Mrs. Hallie Dunn and Mrs. Daisy Mills.
TAYLOR, Shirley L., 65, died 23 Sep 1948, buried IOOF Carrollton, b. Carroll Co., 23 Sep 1883, s/o John and Sarah Brunton Taylor. m. June 1919 to SUSIE FOX of Milton who surv. with 2 ch. Donald Shirley and Ina June Taylor, 4 bro. Barney, George, Butler and Rev. Daniel Taylor, 2 sis. Mrs. Daisy Mills and Mrs. Hallie Dunn.
TEAGUE, Herman, 43, Indianapolis, IN died 26 Dec 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, born and reared in Trimble Co., m. 4 Jul 1915, to MISS VERA SANDERS, no children. Survived by mother, Mrs. Ollie Teague, 2 sisters, Mrs. James Sanders and Mrs. Fannie Pyles, 4 bro., Dacre, Lonie, Austin and Levi Teague.
TENNENT, Lottie, __, Indianapolis, IN died 1 Nov 1934, buried there, born and reared in Milton, KY, d/o late Lafe Peak.
TERRELL, Robert C., (56,) Danville, KY died 9 Jan 1941, burial at Lexington, KY. A former Trimble Co. resident born 24 June 1884 (s/o George Terrell.) Robert m. Miss LILLY WILLIAMS, 2 children, Mrs. Carolyn Woolridge and George Williams. Other survivors include Mrs. Fannie Joyce, Mrs. Joe Bray, Willis and Dan Terrell.
TERRELL, Stella Callis, near 76 died 2 Dec 1945, buried IOOF West Bedford, b. 13 Dec 1870, d/o late Camden and Mildred Callis, m. 2 Jan 1910, THOMAS R. TERRELL, 1 dau. Aurelia Terrell. Survived by dau., 2 sis. Mrs. Letitia Clem and Mrs. E. R. Logan, 1 bro. Shelby Callis.
THENES, Mabel, 26, Madison, IN. In paper of 10 Oct 1929, buried Springdale Cem. Madison, IN, b. Trimble Co., only dau. of Henry Welch, m. 1919, to JACOB THENES, who Survived, 1 son Ronald F. Thenes, a small dau., Louise died last March.
THIEMAN, Carolyn Louise, 73, Hunter's Bottom died 2 Jun 1936, buried Lutheran Cem., survived by husband, FRED THIEMAN, Sr., 3 daughters, Mrs. William Schurmeier, Mrs. Fred Schurmeier and Mrs. Ernest Raker, 1 brother, Fred Cutter, 2 sisters, Mrs. Sophia Beckman and Mrs. Flora Thieman.
THIEMAN, Charles, 75, died 19 Oct 1940, Carroll Co., bur. Lutheran Cem., b. 2 Jul 1865, in Germany. Survived by widow MARY LOUISE THIEMAN, 1 son Ernest Thieman, 2 daughters Mrs. Henry Shafer and Mrs. Charlie Detmer.
THIEMAN, E. H., __, Madison, IN died 14 Dec 1942, bur. Springdale Cem., survived by widow and daughter.
THIEMAN, Elizabeth (Foalkes,) 74, died 15 Mar 1928, buried Moffett Cem., b. 1 Jul 1853 wife of HENRY THIEMAN, who survives, 6 ch., Mrs. Harry Wessler, Mrs. August Raker, Mrs. Louis Detmer, Frank, Andy and Fred Thieman, bro., Henry Foalkes.(Mrs. Harry ? Henry Wessler, it is written both ways.)
THIEMAN, Flora L., 71, died 12 Sep 1936, buried Lutheran Cemetery, born 7 May 1865, Bear Branch, IN, d/o Ernest and Anna Marie Cutter, m. FRANK THIEMAN, 17 Apr 1887, 5 children, 2 dau. and 3 sons, 3 preceded her, surviving are Andy Thieman and Clara Thieman, 1 brother, Fred Cutter, 1 sis., Mrs. Sophia Beckman.
THIEMAN, Fred J., 69, died 15 Oct 1946, bur. Lutheran Cem., b. 10 Apr 1877, Rising Sun, IN. He came with parents, the late Henry and Elizabeth Thieman, to Hunter's Bottom when a small child, m. 6 Feb 1907 to MARY RAKER who survives with 1 son Martin Thieman, 3 sisters Mrs. Harry Wessler, Mrs. August Raker and Mrs. Louis Detmer, a brother Frank Thieman. Preceded by a brother Andy Thieman.
THIEMAN, Frederick John, 78, Hunter's Bottom died 26 Oct 1936, buried Lutheran Cem., b. 12 Feb 1858, Germany, wife, CAROLINE, died 2 Jun 1936, survived by 3 daughters, Mrs. Fred Schurmeier, Mrs. William Schurmeier and Mrs. Ernest Raker, 1 brother, Charlie Thieman.
THIEMAN, Henry, 74, Hunter's Bottom died 22 Aug 1928, buried Moffett Cem., wife died 15 Mar 28, born Germany, ch., Mrs. August Raker, Mrs. Lewis Detmer, Mrs. Harry Wessler, Fred J., Frank H. Thieman, (Andy Thieman), 2 brothers, Fred and Charles Thieman, 1 sister, Mrs. John Schwers.
THIEMAN, Kathryn Louise, 65, died 19 May 1944, buried Lutheran Cem., b. Germany, 27 Feb 1879, d/o (William and Clara Raker.) m. on 5 May 1897 to CHARLEY THIEMAN, he died 4 yrs ago. Survived by 3 children, Mrs. Ella Detmer, Mrs. Mary Schafer and Ernest Thieman, 2 brothers only gave name of one, August Raker, a sister Mrs. Fred Thieman.
THOMAS, Roland, 65, Burrows community died 2 Nov 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 15 Jul 1873, s/o late James T. and Fannie Payne Thomas, m. 12 Feb 1902 to MINNIE ELLEGOOD who survives with 6 of their 7 children, Mimeral, Denzil, Sylvia, Cecil, Russell and Buell all at home, 3 brothers, Ben, Morton and Payne Thomas, 3 sisters, Miss Lucy Thomas, Mrs. Kate Smith and Mrs. Fannie Schmidt.
THOMPSON, Emma J., 85, Milton died 3 Apr 1928, buried Moffett Cem., born 5 Nov 1843, widow, 3 children: Mrs. Ralph Holcomb, Chan and Homer Thompson.
THOMPSON, Homer, 55, south of Milton died 6 Sep 1936, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. OH, 21 Jul 1881, s/o late Rev. and Mrs. Robert Thompson, m. 12 Aug 1909 to FANNIE CONWAY, d/o late Richard Conway, 2 ch., and wife survive, Marion and Elizabeth Jo Thompson, 1 brother, Chan Thompson, 1 sister, Mrs. R. R. Malcomb.
THOMPSON, Nancy Katherine, 69, Locust, Carroll Co. died 29 Jan 1929, buried Thompson Cem. b. 9 Oct 1859, (d/o Robert Creed and Elizabeth Wiley Taylor) she m. HENRY THOMPSON, (9 Feb 1882,) 9 children: Mrs. Milton Taylor, Mrs. Howard Supplee, Mrs. Giltner Mosgrove, Mrs. Alvin Ball, Walter and Oakey Thompson, 2 children died in infancy.
THOMPSON, Nora Carpenter, 71, Wheatley, KY. Interred 8 Feb 1940 there. b. 11 Aug 1868. m. JOHN FRANK THOMPSON in 1888. 3 sons: Herbert, N. S. and Luther R. Thompson.
THOMPSON, Ralph Verne, 38, near Milton died 16 Jan 1949, buried Moffett Cem., b. 18 Jul 1910, s/o Chan and Stella (Mosser) Thompson. Survived by mother, 1 brother Walker C. Thompson. Preceded by father and a bro. Frank.
THOMPSON, Robert Chandler "Chan," 66, died 19 Mar 1948, buried Moffett Cem., b. Ottumwa, Iowa, 20 Aug 1879, s/o Emma J. and Evangelist Robert M. Thompson. He came to the county in early life and has since resided near Milton, m. 1901 to STELLA ANN MOSSER who survives with 2 sons Walker and Ralph Thompson, a sis. Mrs. R. R. Holcomb. A son Frank died 1919.
TILLEY, Harvey _, native of Trimble Co. died 3 Oct 1928, killed, quarry accident, bur??
TILLEY, Sarah, 82, Madison, IN died 20 Jan 1928, buried Moffett Cem., former resident of Trimble Co., (b. 25 Dec 1847, d/o Robert Creed and Elizabeth Wiley Taylor,) widow of ABRAHAM TILLEY, (m. 19 Mar 1865,) 11 children: Mrs. Cora Welch, Mrs. Eva Beach, Mrs. Alice Pyles, Mrs. Nannie Wentworth, Mrs. Florence Jackson, Mrs. Mattie Simmons, Mrs. Hattie Handlon, Jesse, Sanford, John and Robert, (was her age 80 or 82 ?, birth record taken from family Bible.)
TINGLE, Anna, past 76, Louisville, KY died 31 Jan 1940, buried Cem. at Carrollton, KY, d/o James and Elvessie Claggett, b. Henry Co., eldest of a family of 10 children, a sis. and 4 brothers preceded her, 4 brothers are living. A resident of Providence for a time, was m. to CLAYBOURN TINGLE who preceded her. Survived by dau. Mrs. Ida McDowell, 6 sons Walter, W. J., Marvin, Henry, Roy and Raymond Tingle, 4 bro. Joe, Noble, George and Ed Claggett.
TINGLE, Cecil Wayne, 26, died 7 Mar 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 26 May 1920, s/o late Orvie and Essie Tingle. Survived by a brother, Chester Tingle and a sister Reva Supplee.
TINGLE, Charlie "Buck," 42, died 16 Apr 1948, buried IOOF Bedford, m. 12 Mar 1927 to FRANCES CLEM of Union Grove community. Survived by wife, 4 children Mrs. Norman Fentress, Doris, Carroll and Luther Wayne Tingle, sis. Mrs. Giltner Harmon, (bro.?) Henry Tingle, half?sister Mrs. L. G. Ralston, 2 half-bro. James and R. C. Boatwright.
TINGLE, Clara, 73, Bedford died 26 Feb 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, the former Clara Whitaker, husband (W. B. TINGLE) deceased, survived by 2 sons, A. D."Delmer" and Noble Tingle, daughter, Mrs. Sherman Whitaker, 3 sisters, Mrs. Arminta Kendall, Mrs. Edgar Shelton and Mrs. Mary Reno.
TINGLE,Claybourn, 78, Providence died 20 Aug 1936, buried Turner's Station, son of William and Elizabeth Tingle, lived most of his life in Henry Co., KY, m. ANNA CLAGGETT, 7 ch. all living, Mrs. Ira McDowell, Walter, Roy, Henry, Marvin, Raymond and W. E. Tingle, 3 bro., Tom, Egbert and John Tingle, 1 sis., Mrs. Delania Gividen.
TINGLE, Dollie Burton, 29, Bedford died 14 Feb 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. James Gausley or T.? Sanders, b. 10 Mar 1900, m. NOBLE TINGLE, 2 Feb 1913, 2 ch., Dorothy Frances 9, and Alfreda Marceline Tingle, Survived by father, 3 sis., Mrs. Arthusa Melvin, Mrs. Nannie Hawkins and Mrs. Isabel Dobson, 1 brother, Harry Sanders. (Dollie and her mother, Dolly Beatrice Sanders died in fire.)
TINGLE, Dorothy, 6, Bedford died 1 Dec 1939, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tingle.
TINGLE, Orve, 43, Bedford died 12 Mar 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o Mrs. Clara Tingle, m. ESSIE GAMMON, dec'd. 13 Mar 1927, 3 children, Chester, Reva May and Cecil Wayne Tingle. 2 brothers, Delmar and Knoble Tingle, 1 sister, Mrs. Sherman Whitaker.
TINGLE, Robert, 20, highway 42 died 21 Feb 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Henry Co., 27 Jan 1921, s/o William T. (and Bessie Yancy) Tingle. Survived by parents, 7 brothers Raymond, James R., C., Marvin, Wilbur, Eugene and Paul, 2 sisters Mary Agnes and Doris Tingle.
TINGLE, Ronald Alan, infant died 20 Aug 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 20 Aug 1949, he lived only 5 hours. Survived by parents, R. C. and Orena Perkinson Tingle, sis. Vivian Ann, bro. Donald Wayne Tingle and grandparents.
TINGLE, Susan Hayward, infant, died 9 Aug 1949, buried IOOF Bedford. b. 2 Aug 1949, d/o Hayward and Lois Ralston Tingle. Survived by parents, grand? parents, Mrs. Cleo Ralston, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tingle, great grand? mothers, Mrs. Lizzie Whitaker and Mrs. Arminta Kindall.
TINGLE, Virgie, 36, Providence died 27 Jun 1935, buried IOOF Carrollton, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shafer, wife of HENRY TINGLE, mother of 2 ch., both deceased, survived by parents, husband, 2 step-children, Margaret Tingle and Mrs. Vernon Williams, 2 sisters, Mrs. Lena Taylor and Mrs. Thomas Harrison, a brother, Charles Schafer and half?bro., Willie Fisher.
TINGLE, William Frederick, 6, died 29 Dec 1933, buried ? s/o Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tingle, b. 24 Aug 1927, survived by parents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shaffer and Mr. and Mrs. Claybourne Tingle, 2 sisters, Mrs. Vernon Williams and Mrs. Margaret Tingle.
TOOMBS, Billie, ca 77, Indianapolis, IN died 8 Jul 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, a native of Trimble Co., (John W. b. 1853, s/o Joseph and Permelia C. Farley Toombs.) He m. MISS MATT GREENWOOD, survived by 6 children, Mrs. Shad Barnes, Mrs. Roy McClure, Mrs. John W. Barnes, Mrs. Will Drake, Mrs. Mason Montgomery and Ernest Toombs.
TOOMBS, Ethel, 61, Bedford, died 5 Mar 1947, burial IOOF Bedford. d/o William Henry and Ida Kirk Toombs. Data from funeral record.
TOTTEN, Sid, 70, Pendleton, KY died 5 Jan 1947, bur _____. b. 25 Dec 1868. Data from funeral record.
TRISSLER, Luada (Lula,) 65, died 12 Sep 1946, funeral at Hope, IN, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Bedford, 6 Feb 1881, d/o Joseph and Anna Wentworth. m. 1 Mar 1900 to GABRIEL WILLIAM STROUP, 6 ch. 4 living, Mrs. Clara Agnes Ellis, Mrs. Ada Mae Schaffer, Mrs. Lillian Wilma McCormick and William Stroup. Shelby C. and Albert R. Stroup dec'd. m. 2nd 1934 to RILEY TRISSLER who survives, also 4 bro. Ernest, Jess, Ezra and Steve Wentworth, 3 sis. Mrs. Eliza Long, Mrs. Ida Kent and Mary Handlon.
TROUT, Albert E., 71, Lyndon, KY died 8 Sep 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery, a teacher for several years, b. 9 Jan 1870, s/o late John A. and Lucinda Vance Trout. In 1897 m. LILLIE MILLER, who died 1899. m. 2nd, 20 May 1908 to NELLIE BEHAN of Lyndon, who survives.
TROUT, Benjamin Mayfield, 85, Pleasant Retreat died 26 Jun 1937, buried Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co., 21 Oct 1851, survived by children, Shirley, Robert, Lawrence and Joe Trout, and Mrs. W. R. Moreland.
TROUT, Docia (Parker,) 70, Indiana died 25 Apr 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, Theodosia G. born in Trimble Co. 30 Jan 1860, d/o late Major Nathan and Sophronia Lane Parker. In 1889 she married Dr. ZIBE TROUT, who died 2 Aug 1892. She reared as her own child, Mrs. Lee Parker Butler, the orphaned daughter of her brother, Richard Parker, now the wife of John Butler. Survived by sister, Mrs. Bunsen of Old Mexico, a sister-in-law, Mrs. L. S. Ringo.
TROUT, George Daniel, 56, Liberty neighborhood died 12 Nov 1934, buried Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co., m. ELY BUTLER who survives, 2 dau., Mrs. C. Edwin Fieldhouse, and Miss Virginia Trout, his father, B. M. Trout, 4 brothers, Shirley, Lawrence, Robert and Joseph Trout, 1 sister, Mrs. W. R. Moreland.
TROUT, J. V., 75, Jacksonville, Texas died 10 Apr 1940, former resident of Trimble Co. Survived by wife, 1 daughter, 1 son, 1 brother Albert Trout.
TROUT, Lillie Dell, 75, Fisher's Ridge near Milton died 12 Oct 1931, buried Moffett Cem. wife of BENJAMIN M. TROUT, 6 ch., Mrs. W. R. Moreland, George D., Shirley, Lawrence, Robert B. and Joe Trout, sis., Mrs. Mattie Trout.
TROUT, Mattie Dixie, 75, Fisher Ridge died 3 Nov 1937, buried Moffett Cemetery, the former Mattie Moreland. (Paper didn't give more info next week.)
TROUT, Perry, 85, Ashland, KY died 25 May 1940, buried Moffett Cemetery, born and reared in Trimble Co. Survived by son Guy Trout of Ashland, 1 sister Mrs. L. S. Ringo of Carrollton.
TROUT, William Francis, 93, Milton died 6 Mar 1936, buried Moffett Cemetery, born and reared in Trimble Co., surviving are 2 daughters, Mrs. Mattie Banks and Miss Daisy June Trout, brother, Elder Charlie Trout of Florida, sister, Mrs. Sallie Fisher.
TURNER, Jesse Tandy, 69, died 29 Oct 1944, bur. Moffett Cem. d/o Willis and Jossie Tandy. Data from funeral record.
TYRA, Annie Pierce, 59, died 7 Feb 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 20 Jun 1874, d/o late Addison and Cornelia Trout Pierce, m. 25 Jan 1894 to ALVA TYRA who survives, 4 ch., Mrs. H. S. Long, Miss Ora, William and James W. Tyra, 4 brothers, W. D., Tony, Fred and Clinton Pierce, 4 sisters, Mrs. W. N. Sanders, Mrs. E. H. McIntire, Mrs. J. T. Ball and Mrs. Oscar Sibley. (Preceded by 1 bro., Charles Pierce several yrs ago.)
TYRA, Bob, ca 70, Indianapolis, IN, died 1936, in 26 Mar paper, brothers died within a month of each other, both widowed. Note: Wife's name on 1910 census, MALISSA STARK HUNT, children, Laura and Ben. For more information on this family, and the name of a relative, please click here
TYRA, Joe Frank, ca 73, Indianapolis, IN, died 1936, in 26 Mar paper, former resident of Hardey Creek in Trimble Co., s/o late Allen Tyra and Mrs. Mary Davis Tyra, lived in Indianapolis a number of years, wife deceased. Note: His Children listed on 1910 census, Leotta and Luther.
TYRA, Sarah F., 87, Middle Creek died Jan 1932, buried family graveyard, widow of Joe Tyra, no immediate relatives.