VAIL, Jessie Pearl, __, died 3 Jul 1950. Burial ____. b. 1885 in Trimble Co., d/o Charles and Mary Ellen Maddox Mitchell. m. EZRA OSMER VAIL.
VANDERGRIFT, Arthur, 74, d. 26 Mar 1954, Henry Co., burial New Castle. Former resident of this county, b. Tenn., moved to Henry Co.,KY at age 4. Lived in Trimble Co., for 3 years, s/o George and Maggie Vandergrift. m. MARTHA ELLEN PURVIS, 2 dau., Mrs. Herbert Purvis and Mrs. Vivian (Beulah) Berry, a son, Artie Vandergrift.
VANHOOK, Charlie 93, "Uncle Charlie," died 23 Jun 1957, burial ____. He was the last of 12 ch. in his family, survived by dau. Mrs. Callie McCain of Bedford.
VANHOOK, J. M., 84, died 2 Dec 1951, Indianapolis, burial there. Former resident of Trimble Co. Survived by wife, 1 dau., Mrs. Belle Downs, 2 sons, Oscar and William Vanhook, sis., Mrs. W. B. Whitaker, 1 bro. Charlie Vanhook, age 88 and also the oldest of 12 ch.
VARBLE, A. C., 75, died 1 Sep 1952, Sparta, KY, burial LaGrange, KY. A retired railroad man, moved to Sparta in 1932, m. 57 years ago last Apr. Survived by wife ELLA MAE ARVIN VARBLE, 6 children, Mrs. William Bonham, Mrs. Shirley Cavinall, Mrs. Bill Logan, A. C., Carl and Stewart Varble. Preceded by 2 dau., Mrs. Valdora Fitsgerald and Mrs. Grace Louden.
VARBLE, Mary (Mollie) Catherine, 90, d. 22 Jan 1957, burial Bald Knob Cem. (Burrows Cem.) b. 31 Oct 1866, d/o William and Marsha Burrows. Survived by son, Homer Whitaker, 2 bro., R. D. and James Burrows.
VARBLE, Laura Wheeler, 92, died 18 Jan 1950, near Hanover, IN, burial IOOF Bedford. b. Trimble Co. 28 Apr 1858, d/o Joshua and Mary J. Bell Wheeler. m. JOHN LEWIS VARBLE, moving to Oldham Co. until his death. Survived by 3 sons, Shelby, Gilbert and Byrd Varble. One son died at age 4 years. Note: Correction, Laura was d/o Joshua and Mary J. Bell Wheeler. Kathryn Clifford Varble was grandmother of John Lewis Varble.
VARBLE, Rose Ella Frances, 74, died 20 Mar 1956, burial IOOF Bedford. d/o John and Sarah Morgan Clifford, b. Bedford com., lived in the Hickory Grove area 45 years. Survived by husband BYRD VARBLE, 2 sis. Vannie Toombs and Jane Miller, 1 bro., Leslie Clifford.
VEST, Bobby E., 21, died 10 Apr 1957, burial IOOF Bedford. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Vest, 1 bro., Phillip Vest.
VEST, Grover C. (Cleveland, 55,) died 6 May 1950, burial Montgomery family cem. on Patton's Creek. W.W.I veteran, b. 4 Mar 1895. Survived by wife, MARTHA JANE MONTGOMERY VEST.
VEST, Hannah Elizabeth, 96, d. 28 Nov 1958, Patton's Creek, burial IOOF Bedford. b. 11 Feb 1862, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morgan. Widow of the late WILLIAM VEST. Survived by 4 ch., Mrs. William Toombs, Mrs. Walter Robertson, Mrs. Bertha Fendley and Orve Vest. Preceded by 3 ch., Lee, Cleveland and Nettie Vest.
VEST, Lee, 53, Pendleton died 7 Sep 1950. Burial IOOF Bedford. Born 3 Apr 1897, s/o William and Hannah Morgan Vest.
VINCENT, Rev. Belar Thomas, 90, Madison, interred 26 Oct 1959, ____. A Baptist Minister for 50 yrs served about half that time in Trimble Co., was pastor in Milton for years. Survived by son, Thomas P. Vincent, a sis. Mrs. A. S. Johnson. Preceded by wife SUSIE in 1954.
WALKENHORST, Herman F., 55, died 22 Jun 1956, burial Moffett Cem. (s/o Henry and Flora Brockman Walkenhorst.) Native of Melle, Germany, resided in Milton vicinity for a number of yrs. Survived by a bro. August Walkenhorst, a bro and half-sis living in Germany.
WALKER, Ellen, 79, died 23 Aug 1958, Vevay, IN, burial ____. b. Trimble Co. d/o Henry and Arminta Tingle, been away from this county a number of yrs. m. JOHN WALKER, dec'd. Survived by 6 children, Lester, Ralph, Orville, and Chester Walker, Mrs. Mary Ruble and Mrs. Clair Detraz, 2 bro., Ben and Ed Tingle.
WALKER, John, 79, died 12 Aug 1957, Indiana, burial Vevay, IN. s/o Brack and Sallie Kursey Walker, b. 2 Apr 1878 in Trimble Co. moved to Indiana in 1942. m. 10 Jan 1896, CLARA ELLEN TINGLE, who survives with 6 of their 8 ch., Jester, Ralph, Orville and Chester Walker, Mrs. Mary Ruble and Mrs. Bertie Detraz, 2 sis., Mrs. Neila West and Mrs. Pearl Smith. Note: Name, Jester or Lester Walker.
WALLACE, Sidney F., Sr., __, died 10 Jul 1959, Louisville, burial IOOF Bedford. Survived by wife, LUCY SCOTT WALLACE, a dau. Mrs. Inghram Miller, 3 bro. Edward, Franklin and Woody Wallace, 4 sis. Mrs. W. H. Berry, Mrs. John Kinderman, Mrs. H. A. Anderson and Mrs. Oma Law.
WATERS, Nellie Lowry, 51, died 3 Aug 1958, near Bedford, burial Floydsburg Cem., funeral at LaGrange. Native of Oldham Co., KY, wife of JAMES L. WATERS, who survived with 2 dau. Mrs. Lula Wallace and Carolyn Waters, her mother, Mrs. Kate Lowry, 2 sis., Mrs. Ernest Richards and Mrs. Ben Totten, 4 bro., Clinton, Guthrie, Elliott and Wilson Lowry.
WATSON, Leona E., (48,) died 20 Sep 1959. Burial Mt. Carmel Cemetery. b. 10 May 1911. Try to find obit. Wife of ALBERT J. WATSON ?
WARD, Lawrence Arden, 71, died 10 Aug 1958, burial Moffett Cem. b. Milton, 4 Mar 1887, s/o William Harrison and Margaret McQuithy Ward. He was magistrate in Trimble Co. for 8 yrs and county judge for 10 years. m. 7 Nov 1906 to IDA ELIZABETH FISHER, died 22 Jan 1947. m. 2nd, 11 May 1947, MRS. HATTIE TAYLOR who survives, also twin bro., Clarence Ward, a sis. Stella Leach, 1 dau., Mrs. Sam Nutgrass, 5 sons, Glenn, Thomas, William, Olynn and Norman Ward, 2 step-dau., Mrs. Robert Taylor and Mrs. Oley Adams, 1 step-son Forrest Taylor. Preceded by 3 ch., 5 brothers and 2 sisters.
WARD, Sophia Kendall, 84, died 3 May 1957, burial Moffett Cem. life resident of Milton, (b. 20 Dec 1872, d/o Thomas D. and Elba Glass Kendall) Widow of ELI M. WARD, survived by dau. Mrs. Bessie Lee Ward.
WEBB, Bettie, 84, Sulphur, KY, died 19 Jan 1956, burial Campbellsburg. b. 17 Nov 1871, d/o L. G. and Mary Ellen Abbott. m. RICHARD WEBB in 1888, survived by dau., Mrs. Ora Moore, 3 sons, Eugene, Bryan and Irvin Webb, 1 sis., Mrs. Nettie Barrickman. Preceded by husband, a dau. who died in infancy and dau. who died 1945, 2 bro., Lev and Henry Abbott, a sis. Mrs. Nannie Thompson and a sis. in infancy.
WEBB, Richard "Irvin," 65, died 5 Apr 1959, burial Campbellsburg Cem. s/o late Richard and Bettie Webb. Survived by wife ALLIE CLEM WEBB, 1 son, Robert T. Webb, 1 dau., Mrs. Kenneth Foree, 2 bro., Bryan and Eugene Webb.
WEBSTER, Ira, 75, d. 12 Jul 1956, Indianapolis, burial Crown Hill Cem. b. Trimble Co. lived in Indianapolis more than 50 yrs. Survived by wife, KATIE WEBSTER, 2 sis., Mrs. Mary Fout, Mrs. Mark Coffin and a bro. W. C. Webster.
WEBSTER, Mary Frances, 25, died 13 Feb 1956, burial IOOF Bedford. b. Turners Station, d/o Porter and Mamie Newkirk Chilton, wife of JESSE WEBSTER. Survived by the above and 5 ch. Charlotte, Lucy Charlene, Jesse Ballard, Patricia Florence and Mary Elizabeth Webster, 1 sis., Virgie Ray Ricketts, 2 bro., Edward W. and Bobby Chilton.
WELCH, Goebel, Jr., __, died 14 Feb 1951, burial IOOF Bedford. Died in Korea.
WELCH, Nellie, (Helen on stone,) 70, died 25 Dec 1954, Louisville, burial Moffett Cem. d/o Elliott and Mary Moore Underwood of Trimble Co. m. Jasper Welch who died several years ago. Survived by 7 children, Mrs. Mabel Doss, Mrs. Anna Laura Cutliff (Cundiff), George, Parker, Earl, Raymond and Woodrow Welch, 3 bro., Ben, Luther and Howard Underwood.
WELCH, Sgt. Raymond, 31, interred 12 Jun 1958, Moffett Cem. Had been in military service for years and active service in Korea where he was wounded in action. s/o late Jasper and Nellie Underwood Welch. Survived by small son living in Louisville, 2 sis., Mrs. Wilbur Cundiff and Mrs. Rose Elwood, 4 bro., Woodrow, George, Parker and Earl Welch, an uncle, Ben Underwood of Trimble Co.
WELCH, Robert S., 68, died 13 Jul 1957, Kent, IN, burial IOOF Bedford. Native of Trimble Co., lived in Indiana the past 15 years. Survived by wife LAURA WELCH, 3 dau. Mrs. James Cobb, Mrs. Leslie McIntire and Mrs. Myrtle Owens, 4 sons, Luther, Robert Lee, Ray and Wallace Welch and a step-son, Paul Schreiber, 2 sis., Mrs. Cort Stamper and Mrs. Pearl Cotton, a bro. Jeff Welch.
WELTY, Clarence E., 78, d. 7 Dec 1955, Arnold, Neb., burial there. s/o John and Rosa Welty, b. at Bedford, 25 Feb 1877, left Trimble Co. in 1905. m. 27 Dec 1898 to LILLIE B. BYER (DYER?) at Bedford, 6 ch., a son Daniel Bruce Welty died 16 Feb 1920, age 16 yrs. Survived by wife, 4 sons, Frank, Charles, Carl and Richard Welty, a dau. Mrs. Cors McGuire, 3 sis., Mrs. Dollie Lehue, Mrs. Julie Schermer and Mrs. Lizzie Stout, a bro. W. S. Welty.
WELTY, ( Lillie. ) 72, d. ca 29 Sep 1957, Arnold, Neb., burial there. Former resident of Trimble Co. lived in Neb. for the last 40 yrs. Died while visiting her son in New Albany, IN. Husband, CLARENCE WELTY died 2 yrs ago. Only survivors mentioned, a son, Charlie Welty, sis-in-law, Mrs. Ernest Lehue and Mrs. B. Schirmer, bro-in-law, W. S. Welty.
WENTWORTH, Alva, 56, died 12 Jun 1956, burial IOOF Bedford. s/o Jesse and Emma Stroupe Wentworth, b. Trimble Co. spent all his life in the Bedford area. Survived by wife GENEVIEVE STEPHENSON WENTWORTH, m. 20 May 1919, 2 dau., Mrs. Clemma Petit and Wilma Jean Wentworth, 2 sons, Sgt. Walton and Vyrel Wentworth, 7 bro., Allen, Ralph, Frank, Jesse, Howard, Carroll and Raymond Wentworth.
WENTWORTH, Jesse Combs, 82, died 7 Nov 1953, burial IOOF Bedford. s/o Joseph Allen and Anna Davis Wentworth, b. Trimble Co. spent his entire life here except for 1 year spent in Boone Co. where he met and married EMMA DEAN STROUP on 14 Mar 1891, she died in 1930. 9 boys were born, all living except the oldest, Shirley who died in infancy. Surviving are: Alva, Frank, Raymond, Allen, Howard, Ralph, Carroll and Jesse, Jr. Wentworth. m. 2nd 1931, MRS. NANNIE MERIWEATHER who survives, also 3 bro., 3 sis., and 4 step-children.
WENTWORTH, Joseph Stevenson. 80, died 19 Jan 1956, burial IOOF Bedford. s/o Joseph A. and Ann Wentworth, b. Trimble Co. moved to Indiana in 1939. m. NANNIE TILLEY in 1899, survived by 4 ch., Gilbert Wentworth, Mrs. Rollie Lynch, Mrs. Howard Roberts and Mrs. Denzel Lowe, 2 sis., Mrs. Eliza Long and Mrs. Elmer Handlon, 2 bro., Ernest and Ezra Wentworth. Preceded by 2 ch., 2 bro., and 4 sis.
WHEELER, Betty Martin, 87, interred 16 Aug 1958, IOOF Bedford. Came to Trimble Co. when quiet young from Henderson Co., KY. Spent most of her life in the Bedford and Hickory Grove com. Survived by 5 sons, Gilbert, Roy, Henry, Walter and Alton Wheeler, a sis. Mrs. Margaret Abbott, a bro. Steve Martin. Preceded by 3 ch., Martin, Maud and Brewer Wheeler. Note: Her husband was J. D. Wheeler, who died 1933 and a dau., Beulah Whitely died 24 Jul 1938.
WHEELER, Blanche, 82, died 17 Oct 1959, burial IOOF Bedford. Survived by husband George Lee Wheeler, ch., Ruby Lee and Allen Wheeler and a bro. Field Dean. Preceded by 3 sis. and 1 bro.
WHEELER, Susan Horine, 72, died 29 Aug 1958, burial IOOF Bedford. d/o A. P. and Lavinia West Horine of Trimble Co. Wife of LUCIAN WHEELER in the Covington com. of Oldham Co. 3 ch., Leonard Wheeler, Mrs. Robert Ferguson and Mrs. Howard Kirby, a sis. Mrs. Carl Pierce survive.
WHITESIDE, Rosa, 76, Detroit, Mich., d. 23 Nov 1957, burial Sligo Cem. b. Trimble Co. d/o John Will and Mary Spillman. m. SID TOTTEN, he died ca 11 yrs ago, 1 dau., Jewell Totten. m. 2nd to J. W. WHITESIDE, ca 8 yrs ago who survive. Also 2 bro., Roy and Shell Spillman.
WILEY, Oscar Bervius "Pat," 80, d. 26 Jul 1958, burial IOOF Carrollton. b. Trimble Co. s/o Hannah Elizabeth Spillman and George W. Wiley. At the age of 5 the family moved to Carroll Co. He was preceded by wife in Dec 1947 and a son, James Edward Wiley died 1943. Survived by 6 children, Mrs. Jeanette Robertson, Ernestine Demint, Harold Lloyd, Patrick Henry, Norman A. and Noel B. Wiley.
WILKERSON, Alma, __, died 10 Jan 1950, Indianapolis, burial there. Former resident of Trimble Co. Wife of JULIAN WILKERSON.
WILLIAMS, Anna Bell, 36, died 13 Sep 1950, burial IOOF Bedford. Wife of LAWRENCE WILLIAMS, survived by mother, Mrs. Mary Morrison, 3 ch., Barrymore age 11, Margaret Ann age 9 and Jerry Lee age 3, 3 bro., William, Frank and Dan Morrison.
WILLIAMS, Eatha Elizabeth, 84, died 20 May 1954, burial Moffett Cem. b. Owen Co., in 1870, d/o Hayden and Mary Ann Shelton. Widow of (OBEDIAH) MOFFETT WILLIAMS who died 28 yrs ago. Survived by 7 ch., Mrs. Laura Crafton, Mrs. Virgie Consley, Mrs. Pauline Mahoney, Mrs. Sylvia Mahoney, Shellie, Sherfie and Jerry Williams, 3 bro., Alva, Luther and Elza Shelton.
WILLIAMS, George Dudley, ( 88,) d. 29 Oct 1951, Pueblo, Colo., burial there. Known as "Little George" by his friends around Bedford and Campbellsburg. b. Trimble Co. 25 May 1863, m. NAOMI CAPLINGER on 13 Nov 1886, moved to Colo. Feb 1911, wife died 13 Jun 1936, survived by 2 sons, Ruben and Leon Williams, 2 dau., Mrs. Emma Burkhalter and Mrs. Lucy Gront. A son, Clinton died several yrs ago in Indianapolis
WILLIAMS, Herman C., __, (54) d. 26 Jul 1953, Syracuse, NY, burial IOOF Bedford. b. Jeffersonville, IN, 27 Sep 1898, spent much time in and around Bedford. Survived by wife ETHEL MAHONEY WILLIAMS, 2 bro.
WILLIAMS, T. L., 76, d. 19 Aug 1956, Providence, burial Campbellsburg. b. 9 Jul 1889, Tull L. s/o Bell and Tom Williams, m. ZADIE GARRIOTT, 1902, survived by wife, son, Kenneth Williams. 2 dau., Mrs. Cleo Raines and Mrs. Ida Kendall, deceased.
WILLIAMSON, Nola B., 83, interred 26 Feb 1956, IOOF Bedford. d/o Joseph and Pauline Mullikin Bain. Widow of late CHARLES F. WILLIAMSON. Survived by 2 dau., Mrs. Zelpha W. Beard and Mrs. J. W. Egerton, 1 son, Leslie Williamson.
WILOUGHBY, W. D., 52, died 11 May 1953, burial IOOF Bedford. W.W.I veteran, native of Middleton, OH, lived in Bedford for a number of years before moving to Jefferson Co., IN. m. the former JUNE HARMON, a native of Bedford. Survived by 2 bro., Ed and Frank Willoughby. Preceded by sis. and 2 bro.
WILSON, Ida Richmond, 81, died 25 Apr 1954, burial Mt. Carmel Cem. b. 3 Dec 1873, husband, JAMES WILSON died many yrs ago. Survived by her only child, Herbert Wilson, 1 sis., Mrs. Mary Jones, 2 bro. Nolan and Shirley Richmond. Preceded by 4 sis., 2 in youth and 2 more recently, Mrs. Bettie Harmon and Mrs. Margaret Graves.
WINGHAM, Allen Edward, 78, d. 8 Mar 1957, Madison, burial Springdale. Native of Trimble Co., a retired Methodist minister, located in Ind. some 25 yrs ago. (s/o James Parker and Martha Ellen Rose Wingham.) m. 1897 to ELIZABETH RICHMOND, would have been married 60 yrs on 23 of this month. 14 ch., 13 survive, Omer, Joe, Ray and Roy Wingham, Mrs. Shirley Leach, Mrs. Naomi Watson, Mrs. Anthony Engle, Mrs. Leonard Meyers, Mrs. Russell Renschler, Mrs. Walter Phillips, Mrs. Roy Darnell, Mrs. Kenneth Kinnamin and Mrs. George Hylcord, a bro., Ira Wingham.
WINGHAM, Bud R., 38, died 24 Nov 1958, burial Moffett Cem. b. Trimble Co. he was the youngest of 10 ch. Surv. by wife, VIRGINIA ANDREW WINGHAM, 3 dau., Sue age 14, Ruthie age 11 and Vicki age 9, his parents Ira and Abby Smith Wingham, 5 sis. Mrs. Harold (Leana) Hamilton, Mrs. Henry (Leona) McCutchen, Mrs. Carey (Ola) Ginn, Mrs. Everett (Josephine) Stockdale and Mrs. Forrest (Hulda) Perry, 3 bro. Delmar, Everett and Bradford Wingham. Rosa Welch a sis. dec'd.
WINGHAM, Clifford "Fat," 56, died 29 Oct 1959, burial Moffett Cem. (b. 2 Mar 1903) lifelong resident of Trimble Co. s/o Effie Green Wingham and the late Henry Wingham. Survived by 3 bro., Paul, Bill and Ted Wingham, 5 sis., Mrs. John (Hazel) Harmon, Mrs. Keith (Della) Taylor, Mrs. William (Hester) Raker, Mrs. Charlotte Kendall, Mrs. Albert (Dorothy) Buhlig and Mrs. Oscar (Edna) Gross.
WINTERS, Prentice D., 59, died 4 Jun 1956, burial New Castle. b. Owen Co., KY, s/o John and Mollie Palmer Winters. He lived in the New Hope com. Survived by wife ELIZABETH WINTERS, 3 dau., Mrs. Jeff Deringer, Mrs. Clayton Williamson and Mrs. Walter Purvis.
WISE, Bertha K., 50, died 10 Feb 1953, Milton, burial Moffett Cem. d/o Richard M. and (Anna Kelley) Gossom, b. 20 Apr 1902 at Milton, lived there all her life. m. 30 May 1920, GOEBEL WISE who survives, 1 dau., Mrs. Betty Fisher, 4 bro., Cliff, Steve, Henry and Roy Wise. Preceded by sis. Mrs. Minnie B. Miller, died Nov 1952.
WISE, Goebel, 55, died 15 Oct 1955, Indianapolis, burial Moffett Cem. Lifelong resident of Trimble Co. a RFD carrier for 16 yrs. s/o Redford and Addie Wood Wise. m. 12 May 1920 to BERTHA GOSSOM, who died 10 Feb 1953. m. 2nd 1 May 1954 to MRS. QUENIE MARTIN of Indianapolis who survives. A dau. Mrs. Bettie Fisher, his mother Addie Todd, 2 bro. Cecil and Raymond Wise, a sis. Mrs. Hazel Harrod, half-sis., Mrs. Dorothy Hadley, 2 half-bro. Marshall and Larry Wise.
WISE, James W., ( 76,) died 26 Sep 1958, burial Moffett Cem. Life resident of Milton area of Trimble Co. Survived by dau., Mrs. Viola Connell, sons, Curtis, Elwood, Gervin and Keith Wise. Preceded by wife, WILLIE HOWARD WISE, died ( 13 May 1933,) a sis. and 3 bro. He was the last of his immediate family.
WISE, Lee Roy, 73, died 2 Oct 1955, burial Moffett Cem. (b. 4 Feb 1882, s/o James and Margarete Paul Wise.) Native of Franklin Co., KY, located in the Milton area 58 yrs ago. m. the former LYDIA HENRY in 1912, she died 19 years ago. Survived by son, Buford Wise, a bro., James Wise.
WISE, Porter Alvin, 70, died 27 Feb 1950, burial Moffett Cem. s/o James and Mary Wise, b. Missouri, moved to KY as a small boy. m. 1906 to BIRDIE WISE, who survives with 3 ch., Alvin, Raymond and Mrs. Dorothy Jones, 2 bro., Noah and Ely Wise. Preceded by 2 bro. Shelley and Jesse Wise and a sis., Mrs. Ollie Eaglin. Note: Birdie's name given on her funeral record, (died 6 Jul 1971) was MYRTLE VIRGINIA.
WOOD, ( Georgia ,) 83, d. 16 Nov 1956, Indianapolis, burial IOOF Bedford. Widow of REV. WILLIAM WOOD, survived by 3 dau. and 5 sons, Mrs. George Miles, Mrs. Rebecca Bailey, Mrs. Marietta Noblett, George, Henry S., John K., Stephen and Edward Wood. Rev. Wood was a former well known Kentuckiana Methodist circuit rider.
WOOD, Gideon G., 83, d. 30 Jul 1958, Carrollton, burial IOOF Carrollton. Native of Trimble Co. he owned the Wood hardware store in Carrollton. Survived by wife, LILA DIBLER WOOD, step-dau., Mrs. John Thorn.
WOOD, Harry, 78, died 5 Sep 1959, burial Worthville, KY. s/o Johnnie and Ora Brook Wood, b. Owen Co., KY, for the past 20 yrs lived in Trimble Co. on a farm near the foot of the Bedford hill. Survived by widow, ORA WOOD, 4 ch., Mabel Dunn, Oliver, Raymond and Chester Wood. Preceded by 3 bro.
WOOD, James Cowden, 82, died 28 Aug 1956, Indianapolis, burial ___. b. Carmel neighborhood this county, (s/o Butler and Nannie Connell Wood,) moved to Ind. ca 36 yrs ago. Survived by widow ELEANOR S. WOOD, (his 2nd wife.) 5 dau., Mrs. Mary Louise Wilson, Mrs. James (Thelma) Woods, Mrs. Howard (Geneva) Coghill, Mrs. B. T. (Helen) Rowlett, Mrs. Grace Holt, 6 sons, James Lewis, Durward, Wilbur, Rev. Harry, Norvel V. and Harold Wood. 4 sis., Mrs. Ercell Averitt, Mrs. Dora Holsclaw, Mrs. Ella Bradley and Mrs. Florence Holsclaw.
WOOD, Roy, 60, died 23 Feb 1957, burial Moffett Cem. s/o George and Betty Wood, b. 31 May 1896, Trimble Co. Survived by widow. ch., George, Ernest, Clifford, William, Gythel, Donald, Dorothy and Betty, step-ch., Mrs. John Clubb and Hilton Goodrum, bro., William, 2 sis., Mrs. Clara Boatwright and Mrs. Pearl Carson, 3 half-bro., Dan, Richard and Bernard, a half-sis. Mrs. Ruby McCain.
WOOD, S. Martin, 60, died 23 Oct 1959, burial Valley of Rest, LaGrange. A boat pilot and Capt. on the Ohio River, a native of this county, s/o Albert Wood. Survived by wife, INA FENDLEY WOOD, Crestwood, KY, 2 dau., Mrs. Marvin Carpenter and Carole Lynn Wood, 2 sons, James D. and Martin Tyler Wood, a sis., Mrs. A. G. Spillman, 2 bro., Charlie and Robert Wood.
WRIGHT, Alice, 91, died 24 May 1953, Patton's Creek, burial family burial ground on the farm. She lived in same neighborhood all her life. Widow of JOHN H. WRIGHT who died 6 Oct 1931. Survived by son, Cecil Wright, 5 dau., Mrs. Oswald Berry, Mrs. Joe Spillman, Mrs. Virgie Clifford, Mrs. Barker Thurman and Mrs. Edward Waller.
WRIGHT, Alpheus "Alph," 78, died 11 Mar 1952, burial Mt. Carmel Cem. (b. 18 Aug 1874,) s/o Wesley and Polly Welch Wright, m. Mar 1902 to NELLIE STOCKDALE who survives with 3 dau., Mrs. Raymond Rowlett, Mrs. J. C. Bradley and Mrs. Dallis Ogden, a son, Guy Wright, a brother, Jerome Wright. Note: He was also called Alfred known as "Alph".
WRIGHT, Anna, 96, died 30 Nov 1959, burial IOOF Bedford. d/o Enoch and Janie Wood Huff, her home was originally at Butler, KY, spent much of her life in the Bedford area. m. 14 May 1885, REV. JAMES E. WRIGHT, a Methodist Minister who died 14 yrs ago. Survived by 4 dau., Mrs. Roberta Ransdell, Mrs. Jessie Averitt, Mrs. Ivy Wilson and Mrs. Minnie Damon, a son, James Edgar Wright.
WRIGHT, Charles W., 84, died 2 Dec 1950, burial IOOF Bedford. s/o Mr. and Mrs. N. B. (Elizabeth) Wright, b. Trimble Co. 16 Jun 1866, m. 5 Jan 1899 to AMANDA KENDALL, dec'd. Survived by 2 dau., Mrs. Sam Moore and Mrs. Willie Devine. m. 2nd to MARY B. ELSTON, 12 Aug 1911 who died 1 Oct 1936. 1 step-dau., Mrs. Lena Branch and a sis. Mrs. Fannie McAlister also survives. Note: Correction: Charles and Amanda Kendall married 5 Jan 1897. Her dates, 25 May 1866 - 18 Sep 1907.
WRIGHT, Ida B., 77, died 29 Aug 1954, burial IOOF Bedford. Youngest d/o Will and Martha Mahuron, (John William and Martha Tibbetts Mahuron,) b. 25 Jul 1877, m. 2 Sep 1903 to LESTER WRIGHT who survives with 3 dau., Mrs. Martha Kinnett, Mrs. Lewis Campbell and Henrietta Wright, a son, Lester Wright, Jr. and a sis., Mrs. William Sinder.
WRIGHT, Jerome, ca 80, died 17 Jun 1957, burial Mt. Carmel Cem. Native of Trimble Co. (b.1871 or 1877, s/o John Wesley and Mary "Polly" Welch Wright.) m. 4 times, all dec'd. also preceded by 6 ch., 2 bro., (William Alonzo and "Alph" Wright.) Survived by ch., Mrs. Hazel Gray, Mrs. Nellie Lee, Mrs. Bessie McDole, Wilfred, Evans, Daniel, Delmer, Harold and Wilmer Wright. Note: Jerome 1st m. Jul 1895 to CLARA ELLEN GRAY, his 2nd m. Jan 1902 to ANNIE E. STOCKDALE and his 3rd m. Aug 1913 to MARY LUCRETIA ROSE, she died 1948.
WRIGHT, John C., 51, died 12 Mar 1953, Patton's Creek com. burial family burial plot. W. W. II veteran, (born 24 Jun 1902) wife, ROSA LEE WRIGHT survived 1 son, Norvel Howard, 1 dau., Brenda and a step-dau. Helen, his mother, Mrs. Alice (Robinson) Wright, 5 sis., Minnie Spillman, Mamie Berry, Connie Thurman, Virgie Clifford, and Emma Waller, bro. Cecil Wright. (Fathr was J. H. Wright.)
YAGER, J. C., near 90, died 22 Mar 1951, Charlestown, IN, burial IOOF Bedford. Would have been 90 on 20 Jun. He was a store keeper at Wise's Landing, moved to Louisville in 1917 and to Ind. a year later. s/o J. M. Yager, m. ANNA FORSEE, 3 ch., after her death he m. SALLIE WISE of Wise's Landing. Survived by wife, 3 dau., Mrs. W. C. Lantz, Mrs. Sam Maxfield and Miss Bessie Yager, a bro., Jack Yager, 3 sis. Mrs. E. K. (Annie K.) Greenwood, Mrs.J. B. (Lula) Blackerby and Mrs. W. P. (Lucy) Merchant.
YANCY, Richard "Ricky," 12, died 18 Jul 1952, burial Moffett Cem. (b. 18 Jun 1940) s/o Roy and (Martha Chapman) Yancy, also survived by grandfather, Henry Yancy of Milton.