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This information is mostly from obituaries in the Trimble Democrat, Trimble Co., KY. Some from obituaries found in my collection of Scrap Books of old obituaries. Other sources are from Funeral and Burial Records.

Most information enclosed in parenthesis is from another source other than the obituary. Remember all obituaries are not complete.

The period these obituaries were written, they were called in to the paper. In many instances the names were written incorrectly and some omitted. There are many mistakes in obituaries.

Virginia G. Taylor

MAHONEY, Hallie (Peak,) ca 70, Lexington, KY died 6 Oct 1930, buried (Lexington, KY,) born and reared in Trimble Co., d/o late Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Peak, wife of FALL MAHONEY, 7 ch. 5 survive, Frank, Charlie, Howard, Mrs. Elizabeth Williams and Mrs. Nell Taylor, 3 bro., G. W., Judge R. F. Peak and D. H. Peak, 2 sisters, Mrs. J. C. Garriott and Mrs. L. F. Zerfoss.

MADDOX, Hettie, 62, south of Milton died 28 Mar 1949, (bur. Lexington, KY, b. 20 Jan 1887, d/o James and Nancy Taylor Cox.) Survived by husband, HARRY MADDOX, dau. Mrs. Hope Carter, 4 brothers William, Albert, Paul and Deward Cox. Preceded by first husband, ROBERT VAN HOOK.

MADDOX, Morris Swain, 58, died 18 Aug 1948, buried Moffett Cem., b. at Jericho, KY, on 2 Sep 1889, s/o late Charlie Morris and Carrie Maddox. Survived by mother, 3 sisters Mrs. Margaret Purvis, Mrs. Mary Strasemeier and Mrs. Nannie B. Hamilton, 4 brothers David, Harley, Tom and Dudley.

MADDOX, Penn, 80, Madison, IN died 30 Mar 1942, buried Springdale Cem. Madison, IN, former resident of Trimble Co., b. 31 May 1871 in Owen Co., KY, 1st m. to HALLIE BUCHANAN, ch. James William and Dorothy Virginia Maddox, wife died 1923, m. 1926 to VIVIAN PLUM, no children.

MADDOX, William F., 70, died 16 Oct 1946, buried Moffett Cem., b. Trimble Co. 20 Apr 1876, s/o George W. and Martha Bates Maddox, m. 6 Sep 1908 to ALTA KING who survives with 4 of their 6 children Martha, Edna, Grace and Charley Maddox. 2 children died in infancy.

MAHONEY, Cary B., 72, Pine Ridge neighborhood died 26 Jan 1941, bur. Mahoney burial grounds, b. 2 Feb 1868. m. REBECCA JANE MAHONEY who surv. and 7 of their 10 children Mrs. Ethel Williams, Mrs. Pauline Conner, Mrs. Violet Carter, Clarence, Earl, Clinton and Wilson Mahoney.

MAHONEY, Fallis "Fall," 94, Lexington, KY died 12 Dec 1948, buried there by wife. Born and reared in Trimble Co. on the farm now owned by Sam McKinney. He later moved to Bedford, taught in county schools a number of years, later he served as School Superintendent. His wife the former HALLIE PEAK, a sister of Howard and the late Judge R. F. Peak, died several years ago.

MAHONEY, Glenneta May, 11 months, died 11 Jul 1941, bur. Mahoney Cem. b. 11 Aug 1940, d/o Lloyd and Anna McGuire Mahoney. Data from funeral record.

MAHONEY, Rebecca Jane, 71, died 6 Jan 1944, buried Mahoney Cemetery, b. Ripley Co., IN, 23 Dec 1872, (Thomas and Maria Allen Mahoney.) m. 17 May 1891 to CAREY B. MAHONEY, he died 1941. 7 of their 10 ch. surv., Clarence, Clinton and Wilson Mahoney, Mrs. Ethel Williams, Mrs. Pauline Conner, Mrs. Earl Mahoney and Mrs. Violet Carter, reared 2 grandchildren Mrs. Obie Barnes and Stanton Mahoney. Also surv. by 2 sisters Mrs. Lizzie Priest and Mrs. Minnie Forsee, 3 brothers Dennis, Harry and Nolas Mahoney. Preceded by daughter Mrs. Pearl Williams, sons Hildred and Ferd Mahoney, bro. Clete Mahoney and sister Mrs. Della Liter.

MAHONEY, Richard, 21, Trout Bottom died 24 Sep 1932, buried Mahoney Cem., s/o Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mahoney, widow, EUNICE LEACH MAHONEY, 3 small children. (Richard Coleman Mahoney m.Eunice Leach, 14 Dec 1927 in Trimble Co.)

MAHONEY, Thomas Clete, 59, on Corn Creek died 7 Mar 1939, bur. Mahoney burial ground, survived by wife MILDRED MAHONEY, 3 sons Lucian, Harry and Carroll Mahoney, 3 brothers Harry, Dennis and Nolas Mahoney, 3 sisters Mrs. Minnie Forsee, Mrs. Elizabeth Priest and Mrs. Janie Mahoney.

MAHURON, John William, 90, died 26 Apr 1945, bur. Portland Cem. died at home of H. L. Wright. s/o John and Mary E. Hedden Mahuron. Data from funeral record.

MARSH, Dewey, 33, Indiana died 4 Nov 1933, buried Morris Chapel, born, Trimble Co., W.W. 1 Vet., s/o Henry and Sarah Marsh, survived by widow, and 3 children: MINA M. MARSH, Virgie, Ruth and Harold Lloyd Marsh, his mother, brothers, Gabe, and Fred Marsh, sisters, Mrs. Lealia Reed, Mrs, Angie Handlon, Mrs. Sallie Hines, Mrs. Ida Kolensky and Mrs. Lena Locke. His father died 9 yrs ago, a bro. died 2 Sept.

MARTIN, George W., 59, Madison, IN died Apr 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, former resident of Trimble Co., Survived by wife (EMMA H. MARTIN) and several children. (Nannie, Willie and George, Jr. Their names from 1910 census.)

MARTIN, Ross, 64, Wise's Landing died 13 Nov 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 18 Feb 1875, s/o late William and Katherine Martin, on 17 Oct 1900 m. to NETTIE STURGEON who survives, 1 son James Martin, 5 bro. John, Robert, Sam, Albert and Landon, 3 sisters Mrs. Emma Jones, Mrs. Nannie Jones and Mrs. Estel Sampson.

MASTERS, Pete "Uncle Pete," 62, died 7 Feb 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Woodford Co., KY, 14 Jan 1883, m. 1901 to IVA McCLELLAN, m. 2nd to Celia McArter in 1910, m. 3rd to MRS. EMMIE BIRCKUM in 1927. Mr. Masters moved to this county in October 1932.

MAXFIELD, Tom, 74, died Oldham Co. Hospital died 28 Apr 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, a daughter, Mrs. George Staples, South of Bedford.

MAY, Charles, 83, Carroll Co. died 28 Aug 1931, buried IOOF Carrollton, widower, born Carroll Co., 22 Apr 1848, 1st m. MISS SOPHIA LUCKETT, of Trimble Co., 2nd m. MRS. ALLIE ROBBINS WEBSTER, of Carroll Co., KY.

MAY, Gabe, ca 65, Greenwood, IN died 9 Mar 1940, former resident of Trimble Co. s/o late William and Christiana May. m. MATTIE CAMPBELL some 40 years ago, survived by wife, daughter Mrs. Charlie Church, 2 sisters Miss Sallie May and Mrs. Bruce Carr of Texas.

MAY, Martha, 79, Jamesport, MO died 8 Feb 1928, buried ?, wife of Robert May. Lived in MO ca 30 yrs, brothers, late Charles and Preston Giddens.

MAY, Mary, ca 89, Carrollton, KY died 22 Aug 1938, buried Moffett Cemetery. A former resident of Trimble Co., widow of late WILLIAM MAY who died 17 Jul.

MAY, Sallie Leota, 71, died at home of sis. in Texas 27 Sep 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. 15 Jul 1869 and reared in Trimble Co. d/o William B. and Christiana Pierce May. (Sister Mrs. Bruce Carr.)

MAY, William A., 80, Carrollton, KY died 17 Jul 1938, buried Moffett Ceme., a former resident of Fisher Ridge, survived by widow MARY MAY, 1 sister, Mrs. Charlie Combs. Note: Ages of William and Mary taken from 1910 census.

MAYS, Joseph, 84, Shelbyville, IN died 6 Apr 1935, buried Carmel Cem. former resident of Trimble Co., Carmel neighborhood, survived by wife, dau. and 2 sons.

McALLISTER, D. P., 45, Providence died 1 Apr 1928, buried Campbellsburg. A retired merchant, widow survives, Lillian Demaree McAllister, no ch.

McALISTER, Lillian, 68 died 4 Aug 1944, bur. Campbellsburg Cem., b. 15 Oct 1875, d/o D. T. and Inez Pyles, m. S. F. DEMAREE who died a number of yrs ago, 1 dau. Minnie Lee Clark. In 1907 m. to D. P. McALISTER who died 1 Apr 1927. Surv. by brothers E. G., Charlie and Claude Pyles, 3 sis. Mrs. W. C. Brent, Mrs. Chester Clark and Mrs. Joe Adams, dau. Mrs. Arthur Callis. Preceded by sis. Mrs. Charlie Maddox, brother Stephen A. Pyles.

McALLISTER, Robert Newton, 92, Campbellsburg, KY died 5 Apr 1939, buried there, m. 1877 to Sophia Butler who died several years ago, 5 children 2 survive, C. C. McAllister and W. B. McAllister. (The name is spelled McCalister on marriage records, m. 20 Dec 1877, Trimble Co.)

McALLISTER, William Archie "Uncle Dick," 89, Providence died 18 Dec 1934, buried family burying ground, b. 13 Jan 1845, s/o late Matthew and Elizabeth McAllister, m. 12 Jan 1865 to NANCY JANE SAMS, now dec'd. 8 children, 4 living, Mrs. Lillie Williams, Mrs. Goodloe Louden, James Newton and Thomas Dudley McAllister.

McCAIN, Edward Bartlett, 71, died 25 Feb 1942, bur. IOOF West Bedford, b. Bedford, 17 Dec 1870, s/o Capt. J. W. and Katie Bartlett McCain, m. NORA COLEMAN, son Joe McCain who was 1st Trimble Co. soldier to lose his life in the 1st World War. After death of wife, he m. 2nd LULA COLBERT, who also preceded him many yrs ago, 1 child Mrs. Cecil Hayden, he m. 3rd to CALLIE VANHOOK who survives, 2 ch. Charles E. McCain and Mrs. Joe Frost, 1 dau. died in infancy, surv. by bro. L. H. McCain. In his youth he studied medicine in Miss. and Law in Texas. Upon his return to Bedford, went into government revenue service, later was associated with Dr. C. A. Bell in the drug business before beginning his long career as a funeral director with late Hon. Claude B. Terrell.

McCAIN, Katie, 77, died (ca 1938,) burial IOOF Bedford. A resident of Trimble Co. most of life, died at home of daughter in Little Rock, Ark. d/o Dr. and Mrs. Anthony Bartlett, she was twice married and was widow of late SENATOR J. W. McCAIN. Survived by 3 children, a daughter by 1st marriage, Mrs. Helen Hemingway, 2 sons by 2nd marriage, E. b. and L. H. McCain, a sister, Miss Carrie Bartlett.

McCAIN, Linn Hemingway, 71, Lexington, KY died 13 Feb 1949, buried IOOF West Bedford, born and reared in Bedford, s/o late Captain J. W. McCain and Katie Bartlett McCain, m. Apr 1911 to CALLIE MOSSER of Pleasant Retreat community. Survived by wife, 2 sons Anthony B. and Linn H. McCain, Jr. Preceded by a brother E. B. McCain age 71, died February.

McCAIN, William C., 74, died 10 Sep 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 3 Sep 1872, m. 6 Jul 1903 to NANCY E. FRANKS, 8 children 7 living, Lonis, Juhus, (James Louis and Julius,) Henry, Lula, Nellie, Martha and Herbert McCain, sister Elizabeth Clark. Note: names above should be Louis and Julius.

McCARTY, Clara (Huff, ca 51,) died 20 Mar 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, wife of CHARLIE MCCARTY, 2 brothers, William and Prof. Chester Huff, 2 sisters, Janice Huff and Mrs. Daniel Wood. Note: Her name is Carrie on stone 1877 - 1928.

McCARTY, Miss Mattie, (Martha L., 64,) Louisville, KY died 15 Feb 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, former resident of Trimble Co. (born 1874.)

McCARTY, Melissa Bell, 84, Campbellsburg died 1941, buried New Castle Cem. b. 1857, (born Trimble Co. d/o Jeremiah and Matilda Staten Colbert,) widow of L. T. McCARTY (1853?1934.) Survived by 2 sons W. A. and H. T. McCarty, 2 brothers Edgar and Jerry Colbert.

McCARTY, Robert Cull, 88, Indianapolis, IN died 11 Nov 1935, buried IOOF Bedford. A former resident of Trimble Co., b. Montgomery Co., KY, 5 Jul 1847, m. FANNIE WILLIAMS, now dec'd., a sister of Johnny Williams, Survived by son, William McCarty.

McCAULEY, Hepza (Gosman,) 39, Indiana died 9 Feb 1929, buried ??, born Trimble Co., d/o Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gosman, mother re?married, now Mrs. William Collins. Hepza, wife of ORA MCCAULEY, m 12 yrs. 1 brother, Leslie Gosman.

McCLANAHAN, C. Albert, 72, near Milton died 31 Jul 1931, widower, buried Moffett Cem.

McCLELLAN, Cole, ca 78, Antioch died 12 Jun 1928, buried Sulphur Cem., m. 20 Dec 1876. Survived by wife, MARY CHANDLER MCCLELLAN, 1 son, T. O. McClellan.

McCLELLAN, Mary Catherine, 79, Antioch neighborhood died 16 Aug 1935, buried Sulphur, Mary Chandler born Trimble Co., m. 20 Dec 1876 to COLE MCCLELLAN, died 12 Jun 1928. Survived by son, T. O. McClellan, 1 sister, Mrs. George Moore, 2 brothers, Sam and William Chandler.

McCLELLAND, Lucretia, 68, died IN, Feb 1934, buried Wise's Landing, married, a native of Trimble Co., KY.

McCLURE, Barbara Lee, 3 mo. died 9 Sep 1948, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 9 Jun 1948 to Mr. and Mrs. Howard McClure. Surv. by parents, 5 sis. Darlene, Nancy, Elva Louise, Sharon and Linda Sue, 2 bro. Wilson and Joseph McClure, grandmothers Mrs. Vivian Rowlett and Mrs. Alline McClure, a grandfather and 1 step?grandfather.

McCLURE, Charlie Tolbert, 57, Corn Creek died 4 Jan 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 19 Aug 1878, m. MINNIE MAE JACKSON, now deceased, 5 children, 3 dying in infancy, 2 survive Wilma Doris, age 8, and Norma Frances, age 3. 3 ch., by a former marriage, Mrs. Hurley Brown, William and Emmett McClure, another son Russell died 1933, 3 brothers, Barney, Roy and Hugh McClure, sister, Mrs. Isabel Morgan.

McCLURE, Frank M., 83, Shelbyville died 10 Aug 1933, buried Grove Hill Cem., native of Trimble Co., KY. Survived by 5 dau., Mrs. S. L. Beard, Mrs. Watt McBrayer, Miss Hallie McClure, Mrs. Elmore Chenault and Mrs. Bunyan Stephens.

McCLURE, Ina, 69, Greenwood, IN died 27 Oct 1933, buried Macedonia Cem., d/o John Stanford and (Sarah Barnes) McClure. Survived by 4 brothers, James, John, Will, and Ora McClure, 3 sis., Mrs. William Gosman, Mrs. Love Vest and Mrs. Maude Vest.

McCLURE, John Wesley, 73, Wise's Landing died 8 Jun 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. on Barebone, 29 Dec 1872, s/o late John Staford and Sarah A. Barnes McClure, m. 1 Nov 1893 to MARTHA EDMONIA FARLEY, 6 ch. Herman Lee, Sherman Dee, James Perry and Russell LaFrance McClure. A son, Roy Irvin died 3 yrs ago and dau. Bessie Ellen died 9 yrs ago. Survived by wife, 4 children, sister, Ollie M. Vest, 3 brothers Ora, Will F. and James McClure. Preceded by his 2 children, and 4 sisters.

McCLURE, Minnie Mae, 46, Poplar Ridge died 30 Jan 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, survived by husband CHARLIE MCCLURE and 2 ch., Wilma Doris, 5 years, and Marna age 1, her father, John K. Jackson and a bro., Arthur Jackson.

McCLURE, Russell, 19, in April, Bedford died 21 Feb 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o Mr. Charles McClure and Mrs. Emmett (Fannie Mae Brewer McClure) Barnes. Survived by parents, 2 bro., William and Emmett McClure, 4 sisters, Mrs. Hurley Brown, Gladys, Mary Blanche and Mamie Louise Barnes.

McCLURE, Stephen Bryon, 24, Madison, IN died 29 Jan 1933, buried Pleasant View (Mt. Carmel Cem.,) born, Trimble Co., s/o Barney E. and Blanche Mosser McClure, 1 brother, Emmett McClure.

McCLURE, Sue (Milner), (ca 67,) Florida died 24 Feb 1929, buried ??, born and reared, in New Hope community, wife of S. T. McCLURE, of Denver, 4 brothers, B. T., William L., N. C., H. W. Milner, 1 sis. Mrs. Horace Crammer. Note: Sue was daughter of Lafayette and Evaline Milner.

McCORD, David Mason, 3 days died 11 Mar 1942, bur. Hampton Cem. b. 9 Mar 1942, s/o Calvin and Maggie Howe McCord. Data from funeral record.

McCORD, Eliza Preston, 67 died 19 Jul 1945, buried Moffett Cem., b. Carroll Co., KY, 17 Mar 1878, d/o George and Ella Preston. m. 29 Jul 1895 to CHARLES MCCORD, 14 children, 9 preceded her. Surv. by husband, 5 ch. Mrs. Maggie Percell, Mrs. Lillian Gordon, Mrs. Beulah Fallis, Calvin and Sam McCord, a bro. Stanley Preston, 3 half?brothers Ed, Cleve and Otis Kidwell, 4 half?sisters Mrs. Lillie Moreland, Mrs. Myrtle Jaymes, Mrs. Goldie Jeffries and Mrs. Cordia Burnside.

McCORD, George Franklin, 70 died 12 Aug 1945, buried Moffett Cem., b. 16 May 1875, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph McCord. m. 28 Oct 1903 to VIRGINIA OVERTON, who survives with 2 of their 3 ch., Joseph Robert "J.R." McCord and Mrs. James W. McMahan, 1 brother J. Lafe McCord. Preceded by son, Malcom who died at age 7 years.

McCORD, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles N. McCord, Milton died 9 Jun 1938, buried Hogland Cemetery in Hunter's Bottom.

McCORD, Joseph Seymour, 69 died 1 Jan 1944, bur. Moffett Cem., b. Milton, 7 Jan 1874, (s/o William and Rebecca McCord, William died when Joseph was only 16 months old.) m. 12 Jul 1896 to CLARA B. HUSSUNG, 15 children, 9 of whom died in infancy, wife and 6 ch. surv., Ansel and Rev. Ronald McCord, Mrs. Valeria (Hilary) Johnson, Mrs. Hubert (Leona) Graves, Mrs. Helen Rowlett and Miss Bessie McCord, 2 brothers, Charley and William McCord, sister Mrs. Julia Bayne.

McCORD, Maggie Lee Howe, 41 died 21 Sep 1947, buried Moffett Cem., b. Frankfort, KY, 13 Aug 1906, d/o Grover and (Bertie L. Baxter) Howe, m. in 1923 to CALVIN McCORD of Milton, 6 ch. Mrs. Kathleen Cull, Roger, Coleen, Joe, Johnnie and William McCord. Survived by husband, children, 2 bro. Joe Morris and Richard Morris, 2 sisters Mrs. Louise Schmidt and Miss Dorothy J. Sewell.

McCORD, Margaret, 86, South of Milton died 1 Jan 1931, buried Moffett Cem., a widow, 2 sons, J. Lafe and George McCord. Note: MARGARET BILLIEU m. Joseph R. McCord in Illinois.

McCORD, William "Uncle Bud," 86 died 28 Dec 1945, buried Moffett Cem., Reason William McCord, b. Trimble Co. 19 May 1859, spent his entire life in and around Milton, s/o William and Rebecca (Nichols) McCord. Survived by sister Mrs. Julia Bayne, brother Charles McCord. Preceded by bro. Joe McCord, sis. Mrs. Fannie Fox, also an infant bro. and sis.

McCOY, Bob, __ died 22 Aug 1946, buried IOOF Bedford. Data from funeral record.

McCOY, Ollie, 67, Milton died 30 Dec 1937, buried Owen Co., KY, husband, Robert GALE McCOY, died 1936, survived by 4 ch., Mrs. Elmer Lusby, Mrs. Melvina Hunter, Justice and William McCoy.

McCOY, Robert Gale, (67,) near Milton, KY died 9 Jan 1936, buried Owen Co., born and reared in Owen Co., KY. Survived, by widow, Ollie McCoy, 2 dau., Mrs. Elmer Lusby and Mrs. Ashley Hunter, 2 sons, Justice and William McCoy.

McCUTCHEN, Andy, 85 died 22 Oct 1944, buried IOOF Bedford. Born Indiana, 4 Apr 1859, (s/o William and Susan Richmond McCutchen.) m. 9 Nov 1887 to SARAH AGNES RICHMOND. Survived by wife and 5 of their 11 ch,, Hurley, Thoster, Oasle, Henry McCutchen and Mrs. Ernest Rowlett, 5 ch. died in infancy and Denver, 34, died 22 yrs ago.

McCUTCHEN, Sarah Agnes, 81, died 14 Jun 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 16 Jul 1864, d/o Henry and Ellen McLaughlin Richmond, m. 9 Nov 1887 to ANDY McCUTCHEN who died 22 Oct 1944, 10 children, 5 died many yrs ago, surviving are, Hurley, Oasle, Thoster and Henry McCutchen and Mrs. Ernest Rowlett, 2 brothers A. V. and George Richmond, 2 sisters Mrs. Edward Jones and Mrs. A. E. Wingham.

McCUTCHEON, Linnie Leota, 82, died 7 May 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 27 Dec 1862 (year date on stone is 1861,), d/o O. Perry and Agnes (Richmond) Harmon. m. WILLIAM ALLEN McCUTCHEON in 1884, 6 ch. 5 living, G. A. and C. H. McCutcheon, Mrs. F. C. Louden, Mrs. I. D. Horine and Mrs. William Jackson, also surv. by 3 sis. Mrs. Necie (Marcus) Alexander, Mrs. Jim Alexander and Mrs. J. W. Peak, 2 bro. Clarence and V. C. Harmon. Preceded by dau. Mrs. Carrie Kidwell who died 20 yrs ago on 11 Sep 1924, 2 bro. and 2 sis. Note: William Allen McCutcheon b. 15 Dec 1855, d. 5 Mar 1917, dates on stone.

McCUTCHEON, Mary Rowlett, 33, Mt. Pleasant died 3 Nov 1935, buried IOOF Bedford. Survived by husband, CURT McCUTCHEON, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mckay, 6 children, 3 girls and 3 boys by her 1st m. 1 bro. Tom McKay.

McCUTCHEON, Robert Hurley, Jr., 17, New Hope died 18 Jan 1934, buried Mt. Carmel, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hurley McCutcheon, Sr., who survives, also a brother and 2 sisters.

McDOLE, Beuford Carroll 6 days, died 6 Oct 1938, Moffett Cemetery, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Archie McDole.

McDOLE, Eliza Jane, 86, died 28 Nov 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Adam Leatherman, survived by 3 sons, Lon, Jerry and Tom McDole, 2 daughters, Mrs. Ely Purvis and Mrs. Ida Richmond.

McDOLE, George, 73, died 14 Feb 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, funeral at Carrollton, KY. Blind from an accident when 17 yrs old, he was s/o late William R. and Elizabeth Leatherman McDole. Survived by 2 sisters Mrs. Ida Dunaway and Mrs. Fannie Purvis, 3 brothers Tom, Jerry and Alonzo McDole.

McDOLE, L. C., 18 mo, near Bedford died 23 Nov 1931, buried ??, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Tom McDole, 5 brothers, and sisters, Lola Lee, Flora Elizabeth, Jennie Maud, Raymond and Harold D. McDole.

McDOLE, Lottie, ca 65, Covington died 18 Jun 1933, family burying ground. A former resident of Palmyra Community in Trimble Co. Survived by husband, ALEC McDOLE, 7 ch., Lewis, Carl, James, Bessie, Frances, Martha and Bertha McDole.

McDOLE, Violet Louise, 4, Mt. Tabor died 28 May 1935, buried ? d/o Mr. and Mrs. Sherman McDole.

McDOLE, William, 85, died 23 Jan 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 5 May 1850, m. 2 May 1872 to ELIZA LEATHERMAN, 9 children, 6 of whom with wife survive, Alonzo, George, Jerry, Thomas, Ida and Mrs. Etta Purvis.

McDOWELL, A. W., (Andrew Walter,) 77, Hardy Creek died 28 Mar 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 10 Apr 1862. In 1891 m. to EMMA RETTA RICHMOND, 7 ch. all surv. Dollie, Lula, Albert, James, Mary Edna, May and Pearl, a bro. Warren McDowell, a sis. Mrs. Dawson.

McDOWELL, Albert Jackson, 40, Carroll Co. died 27 Jul 1941, bur. IOOF Carrollton, KY b. 3 Apr 1901, s/o Walter and Retta McDowell. Survived by mother, bro. James McDowell, 5 sisters Mesdames Dollie Dunn, Lula Harmon, Mary Edna Becraft, Pearl Harmon and May McDole, m. PATSY BURROWS, 1 son Cecil McDowell, m. 2nd Jun 1936 to MRS. GERTRUDE ADAMS who survives and 1 step?daughter Anna Florence Murphy.

McDOWELL, Dora Rosetta,1 week died 5 Jan 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. James McDowell, b. 23 Dec 1940, surv. by parents, 3 bro. and 2 sis.

McDOWELL, Emma Retta, 74, died 18 Apr 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 8 Feb 1869, d/o Andrew and Sarah Elizabeth (Jones) Richmond. In 1891, m. WALTER McDOWELL, 7 ch. Mrs. Dollie Dunn, Mrs. Lula Horner (or Harmon see above), Mrs. May McDole, Mrs. Pearl Harmon, James McDowell and Mary Edna Becraft, a son died July 1941, husband died Mar 1939, 3 bro. James, Eff and John Richmond, 2 sisters, Mrs. Mollie Law and Mrs. Aggie Robbins.

McDOWELL, Indiana (Galisbie,) 80, Patton's Creek died 9 Jun 1928, buried McDowell Burying ground on Pattons Creek. b. 22 Mar 1848, m. 1871 to WILLIAM McDOWELL, who died 13 years ago, 5 children: 2 survive, Mrs. Isa Wheeler and Mrs. Olie Staples.

McDOWELL, Louis, almost 72, Middle Creek died 31 Mar 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, born 22 Apr 1864, (s/o Robert and Mary Kent McDowell,) m. 5 Jan 1887 to MINNIE McCOY, wife and 7 children survive, Shelby, Lester, Carl, Jesse, Sadie, Nellie and Amy McDowell.

McDOWELL, Mary H (Ryan,) 51, near Milton died 22 May 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, 14 ch., 13 with father survive. Note: Paper had her name Mrs. Alonzo McDole. Names of ch., from Alonzo McDowell's obit. in Apr 1961 gives 12 of their ch. living at his death, Luther, Rube, Tandy, Jim, Arthur, Ernest, William and Sherman McDowell, Mrs. Anna Belle Milton, Mrs. Florence Sargent, Mrs. Lula McDowell and Mrs. Hazel Carter.

McDOWELL, Pvt. Mike R.,20, killed in action on battlefield of Bermuda 29 Jul 1944. s/o Mr. and Mrs. Lester McDowell of Trimble Co., survived by parents, brothers, Woodrow at home and Russell McDowell somewhere in France.

McENDRE, John J., 54, died 9 Aug 1938, buried IOOF Carrollton. A resident of Palmyra, s/o Bob McEndre who survives, twice married, 1st to EFFIE WELCH, d/o John Welch of Half Way Inn, 2 ch., Myrtle Rudell dec'd., and Howard McEndre survives. In 1928 m. HAZEL OGDEN, who with 1 dau., Sara Delano survive, also a sis., Mrs. Mollie Welch, a half?sis. and 2 half?bro.

McENDRE, Rudel, 10, Miller's Branch died 4 Mar 1930, buried Carrollton Cemetery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. McEndre,

McGEE, Arthur W., 86, Mt. Carmel community died 3 Nov 1947, bur. Mt. Carmel Cemetery, b. Trimble Co. 5 Mar 1861, s/o John and Elizabeth McGee. At age 21 he m. ELIZA MORROW who died 1945, 1 son Leonard who died at age 4 years. Survived by 1 bro. Baxter McGee, 1 sis. Mrs. Felicia Bruce. Preceded by 2 sis. Mrs. Phamie Mix and Mrs. Lula Singer, bro. Frank McGee.

McGEE, Eliza Morrow, (ca 81,) died 5 Oct 1945, buried Mt.Carmel Cem. Died at home of niece, Mrs. Marion Bland. Note: Wife of ARTHUR, see above. m. 14 Mar 1882, Trimble Co., KY.

McGEE, Franklin Allen, 70, Milton died 14 Jul 1945, bur. Moffett Cem. b. 23 Mar 1875, s/o John and Elizabeth Chatham McGee. Data from funeral record. Note: He m. AGNES SMITHA, d/o Wm. H. Smitha. Survived by dau. Jossie Pearl.

McGUIRE, Mrs. Henry, (Anna May, 60,) Carrollton, KY, died 9 Jun 1940, Moffett Cemetery, d/o Mr. Charley and Jane King of Trimble Co.

McGUIRE, John, 106, Canip died 2 Jan 1931, buried IOOF Carrollton, born in Kentucky, 24 Sep 1824. Soldier in the Union Army. Surv. by 2 daughters, Mrs. Josie Skidmore, Carroll Co. and Mrs. Lego McGuire of this Co.

McINTIRE, Addie Pierce, 74, Milton hilltop died 29 Dec 1937, buried Moffett Cem., wife of E. H. McINTIRE, b. 9 Feb 1863. Survived by husband and 2 children, Leonard C. McIntire and Mrs. Robert Chandler.

McINTIRE, Callista "Callie," 61, near Milton died 20 Feb 1934, buried Moffett Cemetery b. 19 Jan 1873, d/o Mrs. Sarah Trout Fisher and the late Theophollus Fisher. She 1st m. ERNEST MORELAND, he died many years ago, 2 ch., George Weber Moreland and Mrs. Robert Tague. m. 2nd, 1 Mar 1921 to HENRY N. McINTIRE who survives, no children to this union, also survived by her 80 year old mother.

McINTIRE, Elijah Humphrey, 81, died 14 Nov 1943, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. Trimble Co. 13 Jun 1862, s/o James and Sallie (Buchanan) McIntire, m. ADDIE PIERCE, 17 Feb 1887, a son Leonard McIntire, a dau. Mrs. Ida Chandler, wife died several yrs ago, m. 2nd to LIZZIE GOODE, 10 Mar 1943 who survives, 3 brothers W. H., H. N. and John McIntire.

McINTIRE, Ira, __, (1881?1947,) Chicago died Jun 1947, buried Moffett Cem., s/o Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McIntire, survived by sis. Mrs. Burr Callis of Indianapolis, IN.

McINTIRE, John Albert Gibson, 86 died 14 Feb 1944, buried Moffett Cem., b. 12 Mar 1857, s/o John and Catherine (Buchanan) McIntire. m. 1879 to IDA WEST, 2 sons Earl McIntire and Charles Albert McIntire who died 26 years ago, wife died 1883. He m. 2nd, ca 50 yrs ago to EDMONIA GILLUM. Survived by wife and son Earl McIntire.

McINTIRE, Roy Allen, 21, Madison, IN died 1 Jan 1928, buried Springdale Cem., former resident of Milton, s/o Dana and late Charles McIntire, dec'd. 8 yrs.

McINTIRE, Sarah Singer, (ca 87,) Indianapolis, IN died 11 Jun 1940, buried Moffett Cem. wife of HARVY E. McINTIRE, died at home of dau. Mrs. Burr Callis.

McINTIRE, William Hugh, 86, died 16 Jul 1946, buried Moffett Cem., b. 7 Feb 1860, s/o (James and Sarah Buchanan McIntire.) m. MARTHA ALICE TROUT on 18 Jan 1882, 64 yrs together. Survived by widow, 3 dau. Mrs. Lucy Mote Reynolds, Mrs. Ella Nowlin and Mrs. Ferdie Nowlin, 1 bro. Henry N. McIntire.

McKAY, Hence H., 88, died 16 Dec 1943, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. 6 Mar 1885 (1856), m. MAGGIE JONES, 23 Oct 1918, he leaves a brother J. D. McKay and a sister Mrs. Betty Dolby. Burial records give ? b. 6 Mar 1856, s/o Enoch Oliver and Mary A. Moreland McKay, stone dates are, 1856?1943.

McKAY, Maggie Jane, 46, near Milton died 21 Mar 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. Trimble Co., 12 Mar 1895, d/o Luther and Jane Crafton Jones. She m. 22 Oct 1918 to H. H. McKAY. Survived by parents, husband, 6 sis. Mrs. August Walkenhorst, Mrs. Tom Maddox, Mrs. Dudley Maddox, Mrs. Kenneth Burkhardt, Mrs. William Tilford, Mrs. Paul Garriott and Mrs. Jesse Powell, 5 bro. Orville, Wilbur, William, Victor and Charles Jones.

McKAY, Mary Jane Liter, 75 died 17 Jun 1944, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. 17 Sep 1868, d/o (Robert Liter.) m. 18 Sep 1900 to BEN McKAY who survives, a son Thomas McKay, a dau. by a former marriage and 3 brothers. Preceded by a dau. Mary who died 1935, and a dau. who died in infancy.

McKINNEY, George P. 79, died 25 Dec 1930, buried Carmel Cemetery, widowed, b. 6 Nov 1851, Madison, IN s/o Mr. and Mrs. George McKinney, he was twice married. A brother, Edward McKinney having recently died. Survived by 2 sis. Mrs. Susannah White and Mrs. Jane Miller. Note: His 1st wife was ANNA E. (BUCHANAN?.) She died 9 Sep 1901. He made his home with his bro?in?law and sis?in?law, Mr. and Mrs. "Tim" Buchanan.

McKINNEY, William Lee, 85, died 27 May 1948, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Pittsburg, PA, 28 Mar 1863, s/o Joseph and Rebecca McKinney, moved to Trimble Co., ca age 2 years. m. 1903 to ROSA KIDWELL who survives with 5 ch. Mrs. Rebecca Parson, Mrs. Martha Crozier, Mrs. Hallie O'Neal, Miss Willie and Allen McKinney, 2 brothers Sam and Jim McKinney.

McMAHAN, Genellar Oakley, 85, Madison, IN died 3 May 1944, bur. Moffett Cem., b. Bath Co., KY, 15 Feb 1859, m. 24 Dec 1884 to ALONZO McMAHAN, 6 children Mrs. Wyatt Rowlett, Mrs. Ethel Fullum, Mrs. Leonard Jacobs, Irvin McMahan. Deceased are Birdie Lee and Lillie Lou McMahan. Beside her husband and 4 ch., she leaves a half-sis. Mrs. Catherine Mock, 2 half?bro. Sennett and Homer Oakley.

McMAHAN, Dr. J. W., 80, died 27 Dec 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Pleasant Retreat com. 28 Jul 1865, s/o late Emily (Farley) and Thomas McMahan, m. 6 Mar 1895 to MARY YOUNG JACKSON, who died 1929. 7 ch. 5 living, Mrs. Noble Ewing, Mrs. John Holmes, Mrs. Roger Hicks, Miss Carrie B. and Prof. James W. McMahan, a bro. Alonzo McMahan. Preceded by 2 ch. Blanche died when a child and Orena died a few yrs ago in 1929.

McMAHAN, Lillie, 36, Madison, IN died 15 Nov 1932, buried Moffett, moved from Trimble Co., 20 years ago, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo McMahan. Survived by parents, 1 brother, Irvin McMahan, 3 sisters, Mrs. Wyatt Rowlett, Mrs. Ray Fullum and Mrs. Russell Carlisle.

McMAHAN, Mary, 60, Bedford died 9 Oct 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jackson, b. 6 Jun 1869, m. Dr. J. W. McMAHAN, 6 Mar 1895 who survives, a dau., Emma Blanche died 24 Aug 1899, 6 ch., survive: Mrs. Knoble Ewing, Orena, Carrie Bell, Laura, Vina and Prof. James McMahan, 2 bro., Tom and Emmett Jackson, 1 sister, Mrs. Gus Morgan.

McMAHAN, Orena, 28, Bedford died 22 Nov 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, Trimble Co. School Superntendent, d/o Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McMahan, survived by father, 1 brother, Prof. James McMahan, 4 sisters, Mrs. Nobel Ewing, Vina, Carrie Bell and Laura McMahan.

McMAHAN, Sarah, 84, died 4 Mar 1940, (buried Moffett Cemetery,) widow of late Charles B. McMahan, 1 dau. Mrs. Fred Fisher, 1 son Jessie McMahan.

McMAHAN, William Wellington, 65, Columbus, Ohio died 15 Jul 1937, buried ? b. 29 Aug 1872, s/o late Jacob and Jane (Martha Jane Farley) McMahan, m. at Shelbyville, IN, to GEORGIA WILLIAMS, survived by 1 son, 1 brother, O. P. McMahan, 1 sister, Mrs. Nannie Chandler.

McMANIS, Aubrey Dale, In Memory, died 4 Sep 1935, bur IOOF Bedford, b. 1929, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Marvin McManis. (1929 - 1935.)

McMANIS, Donald Branch, over 4 mo., Madison, IN died 1 Apr 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o Maurice and Irene Branch McManis.

McMANIS, Mary (Lehue,) 68, South of Bedford died 28 Mar 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, widow of WILLIAM McMANIS, m. 1884, dec'd. 10 years. 3 ch., William and Vivian survive, Mrs. William Clark, dec'd. 1 step?son, Alfred McManis, 1 step?daughter, Mrs. Ivy Scott, 1 brother, John Ballard Lehue, 4 sisters, Mrs. Henry Hartman, Mrs. Frank Horman, Mrs. Mahala Ford and Miss Cordia Lehue.

McMANIS, Sanford, 77, near Bedford died 18 Oct 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, married, no children, 2 brothers, Lee McMannis (and other name not given.) Survived by wife ISABELL (WRIGHT) McMANIS.

McMANIS, Vivian Thomas, 55, died 10 Oct 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Carroll Co., 16 Mar 1887, s/o late William and Mary Lehue McManis. m. 15 Dec 1909 to BIRDIE GARRIOTT (GARRETT) who survives with 5 children, Mrs. Arthur Callis, Mrs. Evan Jett, Mrs. James Kay, Harold and Robert Eugene McManis, 1 brother William and 1 half?bro. Alpha McManis, 1 half?sis. Mrs. Prentice Scott.

McMILLION, William, 65, died Mar 1947, Bedford, buried IOOF Bedford. b. Ashland, KY. s/o West and Sallie McMillion. Data from funeral record.

McMURRAY, Izorah (McIntire,) 76, near Kent, IN died 18 Oct 1935, buried same, wife of GEORGE McMURRAY, b. Trimble Co., d/o late Mr. and Mrs. James G. McIntire, survived by 2 daughters, Mrs. Ernest Monroe and Mrs. Eunice Von Dissen, 5 bros, William Hugh, Elijah Humphrey, Henry N., Harvie E. and John A. McIntire.

MEADOWS, A. J., 77, died 3 Nov 1947, bur. IOOF Bedford. b. Carter Co., KY, (28 Feb 1880, s/o James Meadows.) later moved to Greenup Co., KY. (Anderson Jackson) moved with his family to Trimble Co. in 1924, lived in Corn Creek area for a number of years. Survived by 10 ch. Mrs. Dora Roberts, Mrs. Bertha Bozo, Mrs. Oma Carson, Mrs. Lula Vest, Mrs. Isiah Williams, Shirley, Edward, Willie, Walter and Ellis Meadows. Preceded by wife and 4 ch.

MEADOWS, Donald Ray, lived only a few hours died 6 Jul 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Meadows, Gill Ridge, buried by his little brother who died a year ago.

MEADOWS, Lula, 36, Richwood, near Milton died 27 Sep 1932, buried at Worthville, KY, wife of J. C. MEADOWS, daughters, Mrs. Lloyd Hicks, Mrs. Raymond Murphy, Fannie B. and Christine, 3 sons, Bennie, Levi and Austin Meadows.

MEADOWS, Sarah, 62, Gill Ridge died 1 Feb 1928, buried IOOF Bedford, m. A. J. MEADOWS, 14 ch., Survived by husband and 10 children, Mrs. Bertha Johnson, Mrs. Dora Roberts, Mrs. Lula Vest, Mrs. Oma Jones, Mrs. Eliza Williams, Mr. Shirley, Walter, Ellis, William and Edward Meadows.

MEANS, Bettie Alene, 1 mo., Corn Creek died 24 Mar 1938, buried Totten Cemetery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leslie Means.

MEANS, Henry, 50, Saluda Jefferson Co., IN. In paper of 18 Jan 1940, bur. Prospect Church Cem. in Indiana. Native of KY b. and reared South of Milton. s/o Henry, Sr. and Martha (Barnes) Means who resided on Spring Creek. His father carried the mail from Gum to Milton. He married SADIE PARKER in 1915 who died 5 years ago. 11 children survive: James, William, Albert, John, Dorothy, Florence, Christopher, Charles, Ethel, Monney and Roy. Survived by his mother.

MEEK, Charles A., near Locust on Cull's Ridge died 26 Dec 1934, buried Cull Cemetery, b. Whitley Co.,IN, 6 Jul 1869, m. 1893 to MARY E. CULL who survives, a daughter, Mrs. Corbet Banks, a sister, Mrs. Charles Driskell.

MEEK, Morton, 30, Indianapolis, IN died 24 Mar 1932, buried Carmel Cemetery, s/o late Morton Meeks.

MEIER, Mrs. Fred (Kate,) 85, Cross Plaines, IN died 17 Jan 1935, buried same, husband died 11 years ago, survived by ch., Mrs. Mary Hotfil, Mrs. William Hotfil, Mrs. John Sachleben, Mrs. Edward West, Henry and William Meier. Mr. and Mrs. Meier moved from Hunter's Bottom 25 years ago. Note: Her name, Cathern Walkenhorst before marriage to FRED MEIER who died 2 May 1924.

MELISH, Carolina, __, Madison, IN died 18 Oct 1929, buried ??, wife of C. B. Melish, d/o late Mr. Blankenship, born and reared in Milton, 1 sister, Mrs. R. L. Ireland survives.

MELVIN, Carroll R., 24, Indianapolis, IN died 26 Dec 1928, buried Indianapolis.??, born 11 Jul 1905, s/o Jessie and Arthur Melvin, formerly of Trimble Co. widow, ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Melvin, and a sister also survive.

MERCHANT, William Pryor, 76, Sligo died 30 Apr 1938, buried there, born 7 Dec 1861, son of late John Jeffries and Marion Moore Merchant, m. 24 Sep 1885 to LUCY ADCOCK, deceased, 38 years, 4 children, 1 son survived, W. P. Merchant, Jr. He m. in 1904 to BELLE GARRIOTT who died 1906, 1 daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Morgan who also survives.

MERSHELL, John, 77, Milton died 21 Feb 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, born in Indiana, survived by widow.

MERSHELL, Mollie Robbins, almost 70, died 12 Jun 1938, buried by her husband IOOF Bedford, b. 6 Aug 1868, m. 12 Feb 1885 to GEORGE MERSHELL, died 1905, 5 ch. 1 daughter, Birdie dying in infancy, survived by Mrs. Jerry McDole, Mrs. Georgia Bell Persell, Mrs. Kathryn Beatty and John Mershell.

MERSHON, Robert, ca 75, Madison, IN died 31 Jul 1931, buried Moffett Cem., born and reared, Milton, KY. Funeral records give age 77.

METESSER, Lewis, 84, Madison, IN died (5?) Mar 1931, burial Springdale Cemetery. Born Bedford (s/o George Metesser b. Germany.) Survived by sister Margaret Durand. Preceded by wife EMMA ASHBY METESSER who died 26 Jun 1930. Lewis at age 13 joined the army and served as a Confederate soldier throughout the civil war.

MIKESELL, Eunice, 42, New Hope died 19 May 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, wife of J. W. MIKESELL. Note: Eunice was daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Eubanks.

MIKESELL, John, __, Brooksburg, IN died 16 Sep 1933, buried Macedonia Cem., b. and reared in Trimble Co. Survived by widow, SEVELVA MIKESELL, and several brothers.

MIKESELL, Lena, 75, died 6 Apr 1944, buried Moffett Cem., b. Davis Co., IN, 4 Nov 1868, d/o (Bernard and Martha Jackson Meier or Myers.) m. 18 Jun 1887 to WILLIAM B. MIKESELL who survives with 1 dau. Mrs. Clara Ellen Thixton.

MILES, Anna Harding, 55, Indianapolis, IN died 11 Feb 1941, buried there, b. Corn Creek 4 Dec 1885, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Harding. m 10 Jun 1905 to BARTLETT R. MILES, dec'd. son Laurel Miles, dau. Mrs. Joe Askren.

MILES, Eiza, Jr., 8 died 13 Feb 1941, funeral at Bedford, buried ? b. Campbellsburg, 8 Jun 1932, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Elza Miles, Sr. who survives. 5 sisters Mrs. Lloyd Harp, Gladys, Georgia, Lois, Catherine, Edna May Miles, 2 brothers Robert and Kenney Miles.

MILES, Ella Crawford, 53, Milton died, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. Milton, KY, 22 Jul 1887, d/o Alfred R. and (Lulie Trout) Crawford, wife of V. LEONARD MILES, survived by husband, daughters Mrs. Carl Abbott and Leona Miles, sons Crawford and H. C. Miles, 1 sis. Mrs. John Hays.

MILES, Gertrude, 65, Palmyra died 10 Nov 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Rev. and Mrs. James Cull, wife of G. SELBY MILES who survives, 1 daughter, Mrs. Verni Craig, 2 grandchildren whom they reared, Keith Taylor and Doris Taylor, their mother Mabel Taylor died 1914, 1 bro. Leslie Cull.

MILES, H. Crit, 68, Carmel died 22 Aug 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, born 21 Oct 1860, survived by wife, KATE ARCHER MILES, m. 16 Jun 1881, 5 children: Leonard, George, Carroll, Graham Miles and Mrs. Robert (Bertha M.) Long. Note: (Henry Critendon Miles s/o John Dudley and America Harley Miles.)

MILES, Harry A., 56, Madison, IN died 30 Sep 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, former resident of Palmyra, b. Trimble Co., s/o John D. Miles and late Lottie Miles, survived by father, wife, (DELIA GINN,) son, Tom Miles, dau. Mrs. Lucy Kyle, bro. Barnett Miles, 2 sisters, Mrs. Zilpha Hamilton and Mrs. Josie Rand.

MILES, John D., 85, Indianapolis, IN died 26 Jan 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 14 Nov 1854, (m. 1 Feb 1877 to LOTTIE MAY, died 6 Sep 1930,) survived by 2 ch. Barnett Miles and Mrs. Josie Rand, 2 bro. G. S. (Selby) and V. C. (Victor) Miles, sis. Mrs. James Ball, an adopted son James Hancock. A son, Harry Miles and daughter Zelpha Hamilton preceded him, a brother, William Miles, age 87, died a short time ago at Kansas City, MO.

MILES, Katie Archer 70, Palmyra died 31 Dec 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Carrollton, 8 May 1861, widow of late HENRY CRIT MILES, (m. 16 Jun 1881.) 5 ch., Leonard, George, Carroll, Graham Miles and Mrs. Robert Long.

MILES, L. A. 65, at home of dau. on Mill Creek died 12 Jun 1938, buried ? born Fayette Co., KY, 25 Dec 1872, s/o Jasper Dudley Miles and Liza Rodgers Miles. Twice married, both dec'd., father of 9 children, 4 survive, Elza, Lewis Miles, Mrs. Bessie Law and Mrs. Mary Breeden, 2 brothers, Charles and Riley Miles, a sister, Mrs. Rosa Samples.

MILES, Laura Catherine, 10, died 9 Aug 1945, buried Campbellsburg Cem., b. Trimble Co. on 6 Feb 1935, d/o Eliza and Goldie Law Miles. Survived by parents, 4 sisters Mattie Lee Harp, Mary Gladys, Georgia Belle and Edna May Miles, 2 brothers Robert Wesley and Kenneth Eugene Miles.

MILES, Lottie May, 68, near Monitor died 6 Sep 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, born Thorntown, IN, 20 Sep 1861, d/o Richard and Roberta Johnson May, moved to Trimble Co. after the Civil War, wife of JOHN D. MILES, married 1 Feb 1877, 5 children: 4 survive, Harry, Barnett, Mrs. Zilpah Hamilton, Mrs. B. O. Rand and adopted son James Hancock.

MILES, Lou Archer, 79, Kansas City, MO died 8 Jun 1929, buried, Mt. Washington, a former resident of Trimble Co. survived by husband. WILLIAM LEONARD MILES, son, Harley Miles, sister in law, Mrs. H. C. (Kate) Miles of Winona. Note: WILLIAM LEONARD MILES married LOU ARCHER. She was a sister of Kate Archer.

MILES, Ruby A., ca 51, Indianapolis, IN died 12 Nov 1943, former resident of Palmyra in Trimble Co., s/o Victor and Lilly Miles, survived by brother Walter E. Miles, sister Mrs. Helen Miller.

MILES, Victor C., 78 ,Indianapolis, IN died 26 Oct 1941, bur. Crown Hill Cem. resided in IN for 20 years. b. Trimble Co. 8 Sep 1863, (s/o John D. and America Harley Miles.) m. LILLIE BROWN of Milton who died 5 months ago, survived by dau. Mrs. Helen Miller, sons Ruby and Walter Miles., sis. Mrs. J. S. "Lucy" Ball, a bro. Shelby Miles. Note: Shelby was not his name, it was George Selby "Seb" Miles. He died 1954.

MILES, William, ca 90, Kansas City, MO died ca 14 Dec 1939, buried there, b. and reared in Palmyra neighborhood in Trimble Co., an uncle of Carroll, Leonard, George, Graham Miles and Mrs. Bertha Long. Note: William Leonard s/o John Dudley and America Harley Miles, b. 15 Feb 1853 died 15 Dec 1939, his wife LOU ARCHER MILES died Jun 1929.

MILLER, Amos Allen, 71, buried Henry Co., KY died 10 May 1937, A resident of Trimble Co. for 20 years, b. Henry Co., 20 Nov 1865, m. MARY ALICE HUEY, 4 children, Willis, B. D. and Omer Miller who survive, Mrs. Ida Bell Hunter, dec'd., a brother, J. E. Miller.

MILLER, Chester Buell, 52, died 10 Feb 1947, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 18 Sep 1894 on Little Kentucky in Trimble Co., s/o William and Flora A. Miller, survived by a sister Mrs. Ora Evans, Louisville. Preceded by parents, brothers and sisters Charley, Carey, Josie and Shirley Miller.

MILLER, Davis L., 79, Little KY died 20 Jan 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, never married.

MILLER, Flora A., 77, near New Bethel Church died 20 Mar 1937, IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 24 Jan 1860, d/o Ambrose and Cornelia Wigginton Bell, m. 25 Feb 1879 to WILLIAM MILLER, dec'd. for 38 years, 6 children, 4 survive, dau. Mrs. M. P. Evans, 3 sons, Charlie, Sherlie and Buell Miller.

MILLER, Frank, ca 20, Chicago, IL. In paper, 12 Dec 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, died at home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller of Chicago, his mother was formerly Margaret Garriott, d/o Jack Garriott and the late Lillie Peak Garrett, former residents of Trimble Co., survived by parents, sister Mary Louise Miller, grandfather Jack Garriott.

MILLER, Laura Elizabeth Ann, 70, Milton died 17 Nov 1941, buried Moffett Cemetery, b. Trimble Co., KY, 16 Dec 1870, d/o late Charles and Susan King Peterman, moved to Madison at an early age. m. 6 Oct 1897 to HENRY CHRISTIAN MILLER lived in IN until 1919, then returned to Trimble Co. Survived by 2 dau. Louise De Morgan and Dorothy Steward, 2 sons Henry and Carl Miller, 1 brother Carl Peterman.

MILLER, Lola Mae, 21, Campbellsburg, KY died 25 Feb 1948, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Bedford, 30 Jan 1927, d/o Omer and Annie (Liter) Miller, former residents of Bedford. Survived by parents, sister Mrs. John (Naomi) Graves, 1 brother Charles Miller.

MILLER, Mary Young, 75, Hanover, IN died 16 Dec 1946, bur. Moffett Cem., a former res. of Trimble Co. and school teacher. Widow of late EDWARD MILLER a native of Carroll Co. Survived by 3 ch. Mrs. Elizabeth Mueller, Mrs. Mary Etta Meers and Hubert A. Miller, 1 step-dau. Mrs. Bertha Bradley.

MILLER, Shirley C., 52, Little Kentucky died 29 Dec 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, s/o late William and Flora Bell Miller, m. IRENE GABLE, survived by wife, 1 dau. Mrs. Fay Thompson a sis. Mrs. Marvin Evans, a bro. Buell Miller.

MILLER, Sudie E., (57,) Madison, IN died 27 Oct 1939, buried Moffett Cem., b. Bracken Co., KY, (2 Feb 1881), d/o Joseph and Ida Sexton and had spent most of her life in Madison. Husband HARRY L. MILLER and 4 ch. survive, Harry Eugene, John M., Beatrice and Mrs. William Fuller, a sis. Mrs. Edgar S. Kittle, 1 bro. Frank Sexton, 1 son Joseph, died 2 Jan 1909.

MILLER, William M., 79, South of Bedford died 30 Apr 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, twice married, 2 brothers survive, Amos and J. E. Miller.

MILNER, Eliza Gregg, 73, Mooresville, IN died 29 Dec 1937, buried there, born Jessamine Co., KY, 13 Jun 1864, d/o James M. and Eliza A. Caldwell Gregg, her mother died when she was very small, she was reared by her grandmother, Mrs. Taber B. Young of Trimble Co., m. 27 Jan 1886 to WILLIAM L. MILLNER of Trimble Co., survived by 3 children.

MITCHELL, Daniel, 79, Little KY died 4 Feb 1929, buried IOOF Carrollton, 1st married MISS MARY CONNELL, dec'd. 2nd m. to Mrs. Fannie Curd, who survives, also 2 sisters, Mrs. Annie Greenwood and Mrs. Dorcas Greenwood.

MITCHELL, Fannie, 67, Southport, IN died ca 15 Mar 1941, buried Greenwood, IN, b. 22 Feb 1874, moved from Trimble Co. about 35 yrs ago. m. C. O. MITCHELL, 1 dau. Mrs. E. T. Wallace, Indianapolis, IN, both survive, 1 brother Jesse Hancock, 1 sister Mrs. Mattie Fisher.

MITCHELL, Georgia, 63, Monitor died 30 Jul 1928, buried Moffett Cem., d/o late Mr. and Mrs. George Maddox, widow of CHARLES MITCHELL, he dec'd. 17 years ago, 2 children: Mrs. Carlisle Darnell and Otto Mitchell.

MITCHELL, Lev, 44 died 25 Feb 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 24 Oct 1904, only child of Ida and A. D. Mitchell of near Ewingford in Trimble Co.

MITCHELL, (Martha) Mrs. Lewis, (32,) Henderson, KY died 13 Dec 1931, buried Moffett Cem. d/o late Thomas Giltner.

MOBLEY, Rebecca, 91, died 29 Jun 1934 at home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Driskell, buried Carmel Cem., widow of JEFF MOBLEY, for many years a resident of Locust. Was last of a family of 15 children.

MONROE, Hiram Benton, 73, died 12 Oct 1929, buried Moffett Cem., born 9 Oct 1856, s/o H. B. and Margaret Monroe, m. MISS SUSAN MILLER, 5 children: died at home of daughter, Mrs. Plesa Smith, Madison, IN,

MONROE, James Anderson, 84, near Antioch died 31 Mar 1936, buried Moffett Cemetery. Moved from IN ca 50 years ago, twice married, 1st LIZZIE DAVIS, 1 son Jim Monroe, he lived with at time of death, m. 2nd to MARCELLUS FORD, of Vevay, IN, died ca 7 years ago, 4 ch., 3 survive, Walter, Harve and Charlie Monroe, an adopted daughter, Mrs. Willard Bell.

MOORE, Chancy Staford, near 75. died 9 Mar 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 1871, s/o Milt and Mildred Spillman Moore. m. ANNIE WRIGHT, 5 ch. 3 dec'd. living, Walter Moore, dau. Kathleen both of Indianapo;is, bro. Will Moore, half?bro. Jim Stanley, half?sis. Mrs. George Angell.

MOORE, Clarence O., (ca 62,) West Virginia died 22 Mar 1947, buried there. A former res. of Bedford, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee Moore, survived by wife, 4 children and 1 child by a previous marriage.

MOORE, John, 68, Patton's Creek died 1 Sep 1933, buried Sligo Cem., b. 11 Aug 1865, s/o late James and Lucy Moore, m. at age 27 years to DOLLIE SHEPHERD, 3 children: 2 preceded him to the grave. He m. 2nd 3 Apr 1907 to MISS BERTIE SPILLMAN, 6 children: 1 died in infancy, wife died 20 Mar 1921, m. 3rd, 29 Sep 1927, MRS. SCOTTIE MORGAN, who with his children survive, Mrs. Jack Yager, Earl, Raymond, Paul, Catherine (Kathryn) and Clara Moore, 3 sisters, Mrs. George Angell, Mrs. Hurley Payne and Mrs. Flora Spillman, 1 brother, Orve Moore.

MOORE, Minnie Grace, 31, Indianapolis, IN died 10 Nov 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. Chan Moore of Middle Creek who survives, also 3 sisters, Mrs. J. A. Craig, Mrs. Charlie Fisher, a twin sister, Kathleen Moore, 1 bro., Walter Moore. Buried beside her mother. (Anna A. Moore.)

MOORE, Richard L., 81 died 22 Jul 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., survived by 2 sons Clarence and Charles Moore. Preceded by wife.

MOORE, Virginia L., 80, Bedford died 31 Mar 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., (d/o Leonard Franklin and Julia Ann Hall Suddith.) 10 Feb 1863. m. R. L. MOORE in 1883, 2 sons Clarence and Charlie Moore, a bro. J. A. Suddith. They lived in Indianapolis, for a time.

MOORE, Mrs. Walter, __, Indianapolis, IN died 6 Jul 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o Mr. and Mrs. George Lee McMcellan, Mr. Moore and 3 children survive. What is name??

MOORE, Walter Milton, 52, Indianapolis, IN died 9 May 1949, bur. Paragon, IN. A native of Trimble Co., lived in Indianapolis for 25 years, survived by 5 ch. Clayton, Forrest, George, James Moore and Mrs. Ruth Wright.

MOORE, Wilbur, 8 mo., Middle Creek died 18 Mar 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moore.

MORELAND, Clarence D., 74, Madison, IN died 30 Jan 1936, buried ? born Trimble Co. survived by wife, ANNA GETTY MORELAND, a dau. Mrs. Ethel Gammon, a half?brother, J. W. Gossom of Calif. Moved to Madison 29 yrs ago.

MORELAND, Frank Lackland, 63, Chelsea, IN died Nov 1937 in paper of 11 Nov., buried Bethel Church Cem. "Lack" a native of Trimble Co., m. ALBERTA WILLIAMS in 1895, who survives with 5 sons, Rubert, Ralph, Cecil, Lee and Herbert Moreland, 2 daughters, Mrs. Annie Fresh and Ruth Moreland.

MORELAND, William Ray, 73 died 16 Mar 1949, buried Moffett Cem., (b. 8 Mar 1875, s/o Frank and Julia Ray Moreland.) m. 14 Mar 1901 to JOSIE VOIERS TROUT, who survives, 3 ch. Mrs. Mildred Ogden and J. W. Moreland, preceded by Franklin Trout Moreland who died in infancy.

MORGAN, Bettie, (Elizabeth,) 74, Bedford died ca 24 Mar 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 5 Nov 1864, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. James Hill, at age 27, m. J. FULTON MORGAN who died 33 years ago, 3 children Mattie, Harry Morgan and Guy who died 21 Jun 1933, also survived by a brother, A. G. Hill.

MORGAN, Bueford Dee, infant of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morgan of Corn Creek died 18 Mar 1937, buried IOOF Bedford, survived by parents and 3 brothers.

MORGAN, Carolyn Ralston, 74, Wise's Landing died 4 Sep 1940, buried IOOF Bedford, (b. 3 May 1866.) m. JAMES MORGAN, 11 ch. 1 deceased, husband and 10 children survive, Tony, Arthur, Goebel, Raymond, Ivan, Virginia, Arietta, Dulcia, Roberta and Grace.

MORGAN, Frank, ca 30, Patton's Creek died 26 Feb 1931, buried family Cemetery, s/o Mr. and Mrs. John Morgan.

MORGAN, Guy Fulton, 36, Bedford died 21 Jun 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 1 Jun 1897, s/o Mrs. Bettie Morgan, and the late Fulton Morgan, survived by 1 brother, Harry Morgan, and 1 sister, Mrs. J. D. Pardo.

MORGAN, Harry Hill, 40 near 41 died 24 May 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 28 May 1899, s/o late John Fulton and Betty Morgan. m. 1925 to RACHEL LOGAN, 1 child Elaine. In 1935 m. 2nd to LUCY ELLEN MORGAN, 1 child Joyce Marie, 1 sis. Mrs. John D. Pardo. A bro. Guy died 1933.

MORGAN, Helen, 36, Patton's Creek died 14 Mar 1934, buried Morgan Cem., b. 12 Mar 1898, m. GURNEY MORGAN in 1919, 4 children, all survive, Freda Mae, Rosa Lee, Nellie and Junior. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tempka, a sister, Mrs. Esther Rogers and 3 brothers.

MORGAN, Henrietta, 67, Bedford died 25 Jan 1930, buried IOOF West Bedford, b. 18 Apr 1862, d/o Mr. and Mrs. John O'Brien, married, WILLIAM CHANCELLOR MORGAN, 20 May 1880, who with 5 ch., survive, Mrs. V. C. Harmon, Mrs. B. S. Ball, Miss Willie Morgan, Mr. Dora Bell Morgan and Mr. O. L. Morgan. A dau., Mrs. Robert Greenwood died at her home near Sulphur, 10 Aug 1929.

MORGAN, J. W. 3 mo., on Corn Creek died 18 Sep 1934, buried Mt. Pleasant Cemetery, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morgan,

MORGAN, James, 77, Wise's Landing died 22 Aug 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 15 May 1865, s/o Tom and Mary Morgan, m. 1 Feb 1865, to CAROLYN RALSTON, 11 ch. 10 survive, Tony, Arletta, Dulcie, Raymond, Ivan, Vergie, Arthur, Goebel and Grace. Wife dec'd., m. 2nd 31 Dec 1941, EMMA RICHARDSON.

MORGAN, John, ca 81, (1866?1947) died 16 Mar 1947, buried Morgan Cem. m. EMILY MANNING, she died 1941, 13 children 8 living, Mrs. Elmer Jennings, Mrs. Milt Coons, Mrs. Howard Perkinson, Bush, G. L., J. W. and Jim Morgan. Only 7 children named in obit. Howard's name was omitted from obituary.

MORGAN, Laura D., 87, Sligo, KY died 5 Aug 1944, buried Sligo Cem., b. Trimble Co. 6 Jun 1857, d/o late Daniel and Lucy Jennings. m. 20 May 1880 to W. R. MORGAN, now dec'd. Surv. by 2 sons C. V. and J. J. Morgan, a brother Pryor Jennings.

MORGAN, Lucien B., 73, died 9 Apr 1934, buried Sligo Cem., a native of Trimble Co., wife dec'd., 4 ch., Will, Charlie, Albert and Mrs. Claude Ellerton, a sister, Mrs. Hattie Smith, 3 brothers, Judge W. C., Judge A. S. and W. R. Morgan. Note: Lucian's wife was ANNIE E. GARRIOTT, d/o Wm. L. and Dorothy Shackleford Garriott.

MORGAN, Sammie, (70,) LaGrange, KY died 5 Oct 1942, bur. IOOF Bedford, survived by husband, 2 dau. Frances and Mrs. Gordon Gault, a son Dr. Samuel Pryor Morgan, sister Mrs. Fannie Joyce. Note: JAMES MORGAN m. in 1894 to Sammie Strother. Note: Her dates on stone-1872 - 1942. She was d/o Samuel P and Nancy C. Jackson Strother.

MORGAN, Judge William Chancellor, 80, Bedford died 31 Oct 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late William and Jennie Yager Morgan, m. HENRIETTA O'BRIEN who preceded him 8 years ago, 6 children, 5 survive, O. L., Dora Bell Morgan, Mrs. V. C. (Mattie) Harmon, Mrs. Mary Ball, Miss Willie Morgan, a daughter, Mrs. R. D. (Rosa) Greenwood died 10 Aug 1929. He leaves a sis., Mrs. Hattie Smith, a brother, Judge A. S. Morgan, a half?bro., W. R. Morgan. W. C. Morgan served as County Clerk for 29 years, a sheriff for 4 years and County Judge for 12 years.

MORGAN, William Reed, 68, died 2 Feb 1947, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Bedford, 23 Nov 1879, s/o late W. R. and Elva Gillis Morgan. m. LOLA BAILEY who died in early life, m. 2nd to MAGGIE CURRAN 45 yrs ago who survives, also, 3 half?brothers Sid Morgan, Clarence Cutshaw and Chan Cutshaw, half-sis. Mrs. Knoebel Garriott. Preceded by bro. Harry Morgan.

MORRIS, George Pryor, 57, Indianapolis, IN died 25 Oct 1929, buried Moffett Cem., born 17 Nov 1872, s/o late Robert Morris, m. MISS ATTA TROUT, d/o late A. J. Trout. Mrs. Atta Morris died 1920, 2 sons survive, Milton B. and Connell Ray Morris, 1 brother, Samuel Morris, of Texas, 3 sis. Mrs. Mattie Trout, Mrs. Dolly Cooper and Mrs. Sallie Robinson.

MORRIS, I. T., (Ivo T.,) 81, died 27 Feb 1947, buried IOOF Bedford. Wife, LOTTIE BELL MORRIS died 17 May 1930. Survived by son Joe Morris, dau. Mrs. Albert Stark.

MORRIS, Lottie, 62, Patton's Creek died 17 May 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o James and Armilda Bell, wife of I. T. MORRIS, who survives, with 2 ch., Joe E. Morris and Mrs. Albert Stark.

MORRISON, James Henry, 74, died 5 Oct 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 5 Feb 1871, s/o Mary and Steve Morrison. In 1893, m. STELLA MIX who survives. 11 children, 5 died in infancy, Minnie, Jesse, Mattie, Gladys and Morton, living are, Wilbur, Owen, Frank, Dan and Johnny Morrison, and Mrs. Lawrence Williams.

MORTON, William Henry, ca 81, colored, Morton Ridge died 17 Jan 1936, buried family burying ground, m. 5 Feb 1880 to ELIZABETH SMITH, Henry Co., KY, survived by 6 daughters.

MOSGROVE, (Arie Dunaway,) __ died 7 Mar 1942, buried IOOF Carrollton, died at home of daughter, Mrs. Daniel Taylor (the former Anna Laura Mosgrove,) she lived all her life in Carroll Co. Wife of George Dallis Mosgrove who was Arthur of the book, "Kentucky Cavaliers in Dixie."

MOSLEY, Lillie King, (80,) Kansas City, KS. In paper of 14 Apr 1938, born and reared in Milton, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Ziba King. Mr. Mosley was in the general merchandising business in Milton being associated with W. A. Barker and John M. Devine. (Her age taken from 1870 census.)

MOSLEY, Eugene, Jr., 37, Louisville, KY died 25 May 1946, buried Calvery Cem. there. b. 21 Jul 1908, an attorney and banker, the eldest child of Mrs. Effie (Joyce) Mosley and late Eugene Mosley, Sr. m. 31 Dec 1931 to BETTYE SMITH of Bardstown. 3 ch. Joyce, Kathryn and Eugene Lyter Mosley, also surv. by sister Mrs. Gail M. Ransdell.

MOSLEY, Eugene, Sr., 60, died 30 Mar 1939, Bedford, bur. IOOF Bedford, born 6 Nov 1878, s/o late W. H. and Georgia Young Mosley. m. EFFIE JOYCE who survives, 3 children, Attorney Eugene, Jr., Mrs. Philip Ransdell and Miss Mary Young Mosley, 2 brothers D. E. and J. T. Mosley. Mr. Mosley was a former County Attorney, elected in 1908 and served until 1920.

MOSLEY, Mary Young, 25, died 24 Feb 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Bedford, 17 Jun 1914, d/o late Eugene Mosley and Effie Joyce Mosley. Survived by mother, 1 sis. Mrs. Philip Mosley Ransdell, 1 bro. Eugene Mosley, Jr.

MOSLEY, William, 87, Callis Grove died 19 Jan 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, m. 25 Mar 1869 to MISS GEORGIA ANN YOUNG, (dec'd. 1927), 4 children survive, Mrs. R. E. Callis, Dale, James and Attorney Eugene Mosley, Sr.

MOSSER, Hallie, ca 75, died at home of dau. in GA 27 Jan 1937. A former resident of Carmel community. Widow of the the late STEPHEN MOSSER, survived by 2 children, and a step?dau., Rev. Henry Mosser, Mrs. Blanche McClure and Mrs. Harvey Roughton of Georgia. Note: Hallie Smith m. 2nd to STEPHEN MOSSER in 1895.

MOSSER, William, ca 80, Madison, IN died 25 Apr 1930, buried Moffett Cemetery. Born Pittsburg he came to Carmel neighborhood as a boy, he married 1st (to FRANCES A. DELIA GINN on 2 Apr 1878, she died in about a year.) He then married ELLA KING on 3 Oct 1881. A daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Stanley survives. Ella died 12 years ago and 4 years later he married her sister, MRS. MARTHA SHERMAN. They returned to Madison, living there the last 8 years. Survived by wife, 1 dau., and sister, Mrs. Clara Alexander.

MOUNT, Jennie, 73, South of Bedford died 31 Jan 1934, buried IOOF Bedford, widow of late BRECKENRIDGE MOUNT, dec'd., 1927, her 2 children preceded her.

MOUNT, Mary Seaver, ca 70, Indianapolis, IN died 12 Sep 1939, buried IOOF Bedford, eldest d/o late G. W. and Sarah Fix Seaver and wife of (JOHN) WILLIAM MOUNT, formerly of Trimble Co. He died 4 Sep 1936, 9 children 7 survive, Earl, George, Charley, James Mount, Mrs. Olive Babcock, Mrs. Sarah Lyman and Mrs. Ruth Nelson, 1 sister Mrs. Maude Clifford.

MULLIKIN, Lucetta, 82 yrs, 11 mo and 18 days, near Trout died 21 Feb 1933, IOOF Bedford (wd/o JOHN E. MULLIKIN, died 1922.) Survived by 4 children: Mrs. Alice Prior, Miss Lottie, Mr. E. H. and Mr. Callie Mullilin.

MULLIKIN, male infant, 6 weeks, Wirt, IN died 23 Jan 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Callie Mullikin, 4 brothers, Cecil, Orvel, Francis and Carroll, a sister, Connie Mullikin. Note: Name on stone, Bobby W. He was s/o Francis Calvin and Lucy Houston Mullikin.

MULLIKIN, Van R., 78, died 25 Dec 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, late wife was MOLLIE BRYAN MULLIKIN, m. 4 Jun 1896, survived by 3 nieces, Mrs. Cornelia Lynch, Mrs. Jesse Walker and Mrs. Mabel Alexander, 2 nephews, Earl and Emmett Lawson. He built the Methodist Church in Bedford in 1887.

MURPHY, J. W., 16, died 2 Oct 1938, buried Wright burial ground, s/o Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy, survived by parents, 3 sisters, Mary Alice, Della Jo and Dorothy, 2 grandparents, Mrs. Dora Skirvin and Mr. W. M. Murphy.

NEAL, Barney Garland, 20 died 31 May 1945 in the South Pacific. born and reared in Trimble Co. s/o Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Neal, Indianapolis, IN. Survived by younger bro. and sis. Mary J. and Billy Neal.

NEAL, Charles, 61, Indianapolis, IN died 12 Aug 1935, buried Moffett Cemetery. Widow, JESSE FOX NEAL survives, 6 dau., Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. Lyle Miles, Mrs. Archie Gillispie, Mrs. Everett Mathewson, Mrs. Martha Jones and Mrs. Pauline Eads, 2 sons, Charles and Arvin Neal, brothers, Daniel, Jesse and William Neal, sisters, Mrs. Marcella Peak, Mrs. Lillian Pecar and Mrs. J. M. Neal.

NEAL, John, 62, South of Milton died 1 Feb 1932, buried, Cicero, IN, former resident of Trimble Co., b. Rising Sun, IN, 12 Sep 1869, came to Trimble Co. at age 15 years, m. SARAH JANE HOLSCLAW, d/o late Jack Holsclaw, who with following children survive, Mrs. Henry Kruse, Mrs. Frank C. Bell, Roy, Jacob, Lloyd, William and Rev. B. A. Neal.

NEAL, Lloyd, ca 50, Indianapolis, IN died 3 May 1930, buried, Indiana, never married, brother of John Neal, reared by Mrs. Frank Jones.

NEAL, Sarah Jane, 72, Carmel died 30 Mar 1940, buried Cicero, IN, b. 13 Mar 1868, d/o John W. and (Margaret Wilson) Holsclaw. m. 15 Dec 1885, to JOHN NEAL who died 1 Feb 1932. 9 ch. 7 survive, Mrs. Henry Kruse, Mrs. Frank C. Bell, William, Roy, Barney A., Jacob E. and Lloyd G. Neal, bro. Barney Holsclaw. A dau. Mrs. George Ransdell and son John Neal died several yrs ago.

NEIHOUSE, Louise, 68, Madison, IN died 9 Jun 1933, buried Lutheran Cem. in Hunter's Bottom, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scholey, b. in Germany, 10 Jul 1864, widow of CHARLIE NEIHOUSE, dec'd. 1920, 2 dau., Mrs. Henry Bush and Mrs. Howard Mouser, 1 son John Neihouse, 1 sis., Mrs. Mary Schwers, 2 brothers, Fred and William Scholey.

NEWBY, Bernice Lee, 67, Turners Station died 17 Apr 1947, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co. 17 Dec 1879, d/o late W. H. and Sophie (Hawkins) Lee. Survived by husband WILL NEWBY, a brother R. O. Lee.

NEWBY, David M., 77, died at home of daughter, Mrs. W. M. Pittman, south of Bedford 29 Nov 1930, buried Campbellsburg, born Tazwell, TN, married 28 May 1873 to MISS SARA HOPKINS, of Cumberland Gap, TN, moved to Trimble Co., 8 ch. and wife Survived, Will, George, James, Henry, J. B. Newby, Mrs. Joe McClellan, Mrs. W. M. Pittman and Mrs. Oscar Garrett.

NIX, Phanie, 65, Madison, IN died 14 Oct 1934, buried Springdale Cem., born Trimble Co. d/o late Mr. and Mrs. John McGee, survived by 3 sons, Horace, Homer and Luther Nix, 3 brothers, Frank, Arthur and Baxter McGee, a sis., Mrs. Felicie Bruce.

NORVELL, Charles S., 46, Carrollton, KY died 11 Dec 1938, buried Campbellsburg Cem. b. Trimble Co., 3 Feb 1882, s/o Albert and Anna Hawkins Norvell, in 1912 m. MAUDE WYATT, 1 son Wyatt Norvell.

NORVELL, Nettie Wheeler, 63, Indianapolis, IN died 26 Jun 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 24 Apr 1873, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wheeler, born and reared on Patton's Creek, m. 9 Sep 1891 to HENRY NORVELL, son, Leroy Norvell who with husband survives, 1 sis., Mrs. Ollie McDonald and a nephew, Carl Fox whom she had reared.

NORVELL, Sennett, 63, Louisville, KY died 24 Jan 1936, eldest s/o late Albert C. and Mrs. Anne Norvell, born and reared in Providence precinct, m. EMMA CRAWFORD, 5 ch. 2 survive, a twin dau. living in Chicago, 2 bro., Charlie and Mervin Norvell. He married again and wife survives.

NOWLIN, Enoch Russell, 46, Pleasant Retreat died 19 Aug 1933, buried Moffett Cem., s/o R. J. Nolin, m. 2 Oct 1912 to MISS ELLA TROUT McINTIRE, d/o Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McIntire, 3 ch., DeWitt Clinton, 18, Virginia Alice, 15 and Catherine Isabella Nolin, 10, 2 brothers, Gilbert and Robert Nowlin, a sister, Mrs. Roy Russell.

O'BANION, Robert, 50, colored, Detroit, Mich. died 19 Oct 1940, bur. ? born Milton, KY, survived by widow NORA STAFFORD O'BANION, 3 sons and 3 daughters, 1 brother Louis O'Banion.

O'BRIEN, George William, 72, LaGrange, KY died 29 Oct 1940, bur. The Valley of Rest, b. 13 Mar 1868, s/o John Randolph and Martha Jane (Law) O'Brien of Trimble Co. m. 16 Mar 1892, to ROXIE A. ADCOCK of Trimble Co., died ca 16 yrs ago, 4 ch. 1 being John H. O'Brien dying 4 yrs ago. Survived by 2 daughters Mrs. Vivian Ramsey and Mrs. J. Van Snook, 1 son W, F. O'Brien, 2 sisters Mrs. W. S. Pierce and Mrs. Abe DeMoss.

O'NAN, John Sanford, 68, Bedford died 27 Dec 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 16 Jul 1870 at Frankfort, KY, m. 1 Nov 1886 to ELIZABETH RODGERS who survives, 4 ch., Pearle dying at age 10 mo., Mrs. Josie McMannis, Mrs. Clem Beech and Thurman P. O'Nan, bro., Ambrose, sis., Mrs. Bettie Duncan.

O'NEAL, Benjamin Franklin, 63, Monitor community died 11 Dec 1944, buried Ghent Cem. b. Ghent,KY, 16 Jan 1881, s/o Walton and Virginia Hawkins O'Neal. m. 7 Dec 1904 to SCOTTIE ALEXANDER who survives with 4 children Raymond, John R. and Norman O'Neal, and Sarah V. Louden. 2 bro. Walton and P. V. O'Neal of Ghent.

OAK, Effie Virginia, 32, Madison, IN died Sunday 22 Jun 1941. Burial in Springdale Cemetery. Wife of FRANK OAK. Born in Trimble Co. d/o Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Browning. Survived by parents, husband, a son, Leo age 7, 2 sisters, Mrs. Nathan Danner and Mrs. Raymond Stephan.

OAKLEY, Jesse, 79, Indianapolis, IN died 24 May 1932, buried, Indianapolis, native of Trimble Co., Survived by wife, SARAH ANGELL OAKLEY, 1 dau., Genevieve Oakley, 2 sis., Mrs. Sarah McMahan and Mrs. Alonzo McMahan, 1 half?sis., Mrs. Catherine Bach and 2 half?bro., Homer and Sinnett Oakley.

OAKLEY, Richard, 78, Pleasant Retreat died 7 Jun 1929, buried IOOF Bedford, married 1889 to MISS LUCY SUDDITH, dec'd. 32 yrs, 3 children: Mrs. Minnie Bell, George and Shelley Oakley, 2 sisters, Mrs. Sarah McMahan and Alonzo McMahan, 1 brother, Jesse Oakley, 2 half-brothers, Homer and Sinnett Oakley, 1 half?sister, Miss Catherine Oakley.

OBERTATE, Andrew Henry, 61, Hunter's Bottom died 4 Apr 1941, bur. Lutheran Cemetery, b. Hunter's Bottom in 1880 s/o Late John and Louise Hunting Obertate. Surviving are 2 sisters Mrs. Frannie Raker and Mrs. Anna Hancock, 1 brother William Obertate.

OBERTATE, August, 61, North Madison, IN died 19 Dec 1938, buried Fairmont Cemetery, b. Rising Sun, IN, a former resident of Hunter's Bottom, s/o late John and Louise Obertate, survived by widow, SUSIE JOHNSON OBERTATE 1 son, John Obertate, 2 brothers, Andrew and William Obertate, 2 sisters, Mrs. Herman Raker and Mrs. Herbert Hancock.

OBERTATE, John Henry, 85, Hunter's Bottom died 28 Sep 1937, buried Lutheran Cemetery, b. Markendorf, Germany, wife, LOUISE died 11 Oct 1927, survived by 5 children, August, Andy, William Obertate, Mrs. Herman Raker and Mrs. Herbert Hancock.

OBERTATE, John Neal, 35, Hunter's Bottom died 16 Apr 1932, buried IOOF Carrollton, born 14 Jun 1896, s/o John Obertate, married ELIZABETH ABBOTT OBERTATE, survived by wife, father and 3 brothers, August, Andy and William Obertate, 2 sisters, Mrs. Herman Raker and Mrs. Herbert Hancock.

OGDEN, Alice Spillman, 79, near Sligo died 23 Aug 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 9 Nov 1860, (d/o Miles and Betty Burrows Abbott.) m. to ARCHIE E. SPILLMAN in 1882, 4 sons Lewis, Carl, Eli and Robert Spillman, 1 dau. Mrs. Grover Browning. Mr. Spillman died 1910. Alice m. 2nd in 1925 to JOSEPH W. OGDEN, he died 1933.

OGDEN, John, 85, Jackson Ridge died 20 Jun 1931, buried Moffett Cem., 1st married MISS SALLIE GILLUM, m. 2nd in 1876, MISS LUCY GILLUM, not related. Survived by widow and 4 ch., William, Lawrence, Delta Ogden and Mrs. H. H. Schirmer, 2 brothers, Dick of Indianapolis and Joe Ogden of Trimble Co.

OGDEN, Joseph W., 76, Mt. Pleasant died 28 Sep 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, survived by wife, Alice Spillman Ogden, son, Oscar Ogden, brother, Dick Ogden, 2 sisters, Mrs. Betty Moore and Mrs. Amelia Moore. Note: His first wife, NELLIE BROWNING OGDEN died 7 Feb 1923.

OGDEN, Lucy Ann, 86, died 19 Nov 1935, buried Moffett Cem., b. 27 Nov 1849, near Milton, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Dowan Gillum, widow of JOHN OGDEN, survived by daughter, Mrs. H. H. Schirmer, 3 sons, Delt, Lawrence and William Ogden, 2 brothers, Granville and Lee Gillum, 4 sisters, Mrs. John A. McIntire, Mrs. Betty Carr, Mrs. Mollie Smith and Mrs. John Davis.

OGDEN, Richard "Dick," 85, Indianapolis, IN died 3 Feb 1935. He was a former resident of Trimble Co.

OGDEN, Robert Mosley, died 1 Oct 1937, lived only a few hours, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Ogden, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Mosley of Callis Grove.

OLSON, Laura, 43, South Dakota died 18 Feb 1933, buried ??, b. 27 Oct 1889, 4th d/o Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Abbott. Survived by 4 ch., 2 sis., and 1 bro.

OREM, Addie Dawkins, 60, near Campbellsburg, KY died 28 Apr 1937, buried there, born and reared in southern Trimble Co., a teacher for years at "Muddy Branche," eldest child of late Mr. and Mrs. George W. Dawkins, her mother died 3 months ago. Survived by husband, IRA B. OREM, 2 sons, Joseph and George Orem, 2 daughters, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Bradshaw and Miss Kathryn Orem, 2 sis., Mrs. L. E. Morris and Mrs. Pearl Coblin.

OVERTON, Fred Baxter, 34, (52) died 3 Jun 1932, buried Moffett Cem., born 2 Nov 1879, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Robert Overton, m. 12 Nov 1924 to MISS EFFIE JONES, survived by wife, 3 sons, Freddie, Gayle and James Overton, sisters Mrs. George McCord and Mrs. John Mosley.

OVERTON, Harve M., 84, died 26 Feb 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 16 Jun 1851 in Trimble Co. s/o late Allen Overton. Harve never married.

OVERTON, W. A., ca 82, died Louisville, KY 2 Oct 1935, buried Wise's Landing, former resident of Trimble Co., b. Nov 1853, m. EMERALY (EMMA J.) MCDOWELL, 5 children, 1 survives, Bryan Overton.

PARDO, Ella Lee, 29, died 16 Jun 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o William and Minnie Pardo. Survived by father and step?mother, 1 brother, Lyle Pardo, 5 half?bro. and sisters, Preston, Lillian, Ada Fern, Charles and Della Mae Pardo.

PARDO, James William, 74 died 24 Aug 1945, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Henry Co., KY 20 Jul 1871, s/o late Preston and Mildred Ann Pardo. m. 12 Oct 1892 to MINNIE ROWLETT who along with 2 of their 3 ch., Ella Lee and Lurena are dec'd. A son William Lyle Pardo survives. m. 2nd, 8 Aug 1908 to LIZZIE BURROWS, 6 ch. Lillian, Ada Fern, Preston, Charles and Della Mae Pardo, 1 brother J. D. Pardo, sister Mrs. Dale Mosley. Note: Funeral rec. gives name, William Preston, s/o Preston B. and Mildred Lyle Pardo.

PARDO, Joshua, 76, Padacuh, KY died 30 Jun 1936, buried there, b. 19 Jan 1860, he was a brother of J. D. Pardo.

PARDO, Mildred Ann (Lyle,) 93, North of Bedford died 11 Aug 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 9 Mar 1840, m. PRESTON D. PARDO, dec'd. 28 yrs ago, 7 children: Joshua, William, John Pardo, Mrs. D. E. Mosley. The 3 dec'd. are Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. Clinton Bradshaw and Preston Pardo.

PARKER, Miss Louise, __, Augusta, GA died 15 Jul 1937, buried GA, born and reared at the Bedford Springs, d/o William and Elizabeth Reardon Parker. She was a niece of Major Nathan Parker of this county who served in the Confederate Army. She is survived by 4 sisters.

PARMENTER, Lucy Moore, 71, Indianapolis, IN died 17 Aug 1946, bur. there. A native of Trimble Co. lived in Indianapolis 46 years. Survived by dau. Mrs. Katherine Bartlett, Mrs. Chester Sullivan, Mrs. ____ Hinman and son William Morrison, a sister Mrs. Inez Gross, 2 brothers Chester Moore and Charlie Moore, 3 half?sisters Lillie Fields, Lorena Green and Ruby Alexander, a half brother Ray Moore.

PARSON, Donald Eugene, 14 died 20 Jan 1944, buried IOOF Bedford. b. 2 Apr 1930, s/o Curtis and Rebecca McKinney Parson. Data from funeral record.

PARSON, Frank, 71 died 19 Apr 1949, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Indiana, 28 Sep 1877, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. George Parson. In early life moved to Trimble Co. where he spent the rest of his life. m. 1 Aug 1899 to LETHA HARMON who survives with 5 of their 6 ch. Mrs. Roy V. (Zelpha) Ogden, Mrs. Owen (Flora Mae) Jackson, Mrs. Randall (Frances) Joyce, Curtis and Otis Parson. Preceded by a daughter, Ivory Parson, who died at age 10 in 1910. (Note - wife Letha was born 4 Apr 1880 died 23 Aug 1971).

PATTERSON, Emma, (71,) Louisville, KY died 13 Mar 1942, bur. Sligo Cemetery, d/o late Judge and Mary Logan Patterson. 2 brothers John and Will, 1 sister Elizabeth are deceased. Miss Patterson lived with her cousin Mrs. Roxie Tandy for the last 30 years.

PATTERSON, Mary Cooper, 86, near Milton, KY died 5 Jan 1935, buried Moffett Cemetery, d/o late Lindsay Cooper, widow of late CHARLES PATTERSON, survived by 1 son, Lindsay Patterson, a sister, Laura, Mrs. George S. Lee, only one left out of a family of 12 children, 6 boys and 6 girls.

PEAK, Frank, Jr., 28, Louisville died 10 Jun 1930, buried Cave Hill Cem. s/o Judge R. Frank and Emma Ross Peak, survived by parents, 4 sis., Mrs. F. A. Graham, Mrs. Calvin Weakly, Misses Naomi and Sarah Peak.

PEAK, Judge George Willit, 82, LaGrange, KY died 13 Jan 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, born and reared in Bedford, m. MARY ALICE BARTLET who died 25 Dec 1933, survived by 4 sons, Marshall G., Bart N,, T. Ellis and Dr. Rowland H. Peak, 2 daughters, Mrs. James Hudson and Miss Margaret Ann Peak, 2 brothers, Judge R. Frank Peak and D. Howard Peak. One son, Dr. William Peak died in Louisiana several years ago.

PEAK, Harry Douglas, 55, Bedford died 13 Dec 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, never married, b. 9 Nov 1875, s/o George W. and Frances Douglas Peak. Survived by 1 sister, Mrs. Mayme Forsch.

PEAK, Isaac Newton, 93, Campbellsburg, KY died 14 Nov 1937, buried there, b. 4 Apr 1844 Trimble Co., reared in Antioch community, s/o William Isaac and Frances Pendleton Peak, survived by wife, MATTIE KING PEAK, 4 ch., Mrs. L. G. Abbott, Jr., Mrs. Henry McIntire, Irvin and William Peak.

PEAK, Leonard G., 56, Bedford died 18 Jan 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, a widower, Survived by mother, Mrs. Retta Peak, 2 children: Raymond Peak, and Mrs. Jack Raisor, 3 brothers, Lawrence, Luckett and J. W. Peak, 3 sisters, Mrs. Ed Tingle, Mrs. Perry Gammon and Mrs. James Bailey. His wife was MINNIE WRIGHT PEAK.

PEAK, Mary Alice (Bartlett, 75,) LaGrange, KY died 25 Dec 1933, a native of Trimble Co. d/o late Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bartlett. Survived by husband, former County Judge, GEORGE W. PEAK, 4 sons, Dr. R. H., T. Ellis, Bart N. and Marshall G. Peak, 2 dau., Mrs. James Hudson and Miss Margaret Peak, 2 brothers, George and Dr. H. B. Bartlett. Judge and Mrs. Peak was married in 1879 and lived in Trimble Co. a number of years.

PEAK, Minnie, 60, Bedford died 23 Mar 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, born Trimble Co., on 3 Jan 1871, d/o late William Bowman Wright and Elizabeth Ann Wright, wife of LEONARD PEAK, m. July 1895, son, Raymond Peak, dau., Mrs. Jack Raisor, 2 sisters, Miss Sallie Wright and Mrs. Steve Colbert.

PEAK, Judge R. Frank, 80, Louisville, KY died 15 Aug 1939, buried Cave Hill Cemetery, b. Bedford 1 of 5 ch., graduated from medical college at age 24, combined the study of law with practice of medicine. Was admitted to the bar at age of 30, elected County Attorney of Trimble Co. 1890 until 1898, m. 1st SALLIE CRUTCHER. 2nd m. to EMMA ROSS. Survived by widow. 4 children Sarah and Nannie Peak, Mrs. Carrie Weakley and Mrs. F. A. Graham, brothers Hon. D. Howard, Judge George W. Peak, 2 sisters Mrs. L. F. (Elizabeth) Zerfoss and Mrs. Fall (Hallie) Mahoney, last 3 dec'd.

PEAK, Susan Retiah Luckett, 85, died 28 Mar 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 19 Jan 1850, Ewingford, Trimble Co., m. 1873 to late WILLIAM SAMUEL PEAK, 10 ch. 6 survive, Lawrence, J. W., W. L., Mrs. James Bailey, Mrs. Perry Gammons and Mrs. Ed Tingle. 4 ch., Mrs. Lynn Bailey, Leonard, Elmer and Kelly Peak preceded her.

PEAK, W. O., (85,) Lexington, KY, born and reared in Trimble Co., died (1 Dec 1938) at home of daughter. Mrs. J. J. Curtis. 1 son, W. O. Peak, Jr, 2 nieces, Mrs. L. G. Abbott and Mrs. H. N. McIntire.

PEAK, Dr. William, 49, Baton Rouge, LA died 5 Jul 1931, buried, LA, born and reared in Trimble Co. s/o Judge and Mrs. G. W. Peak, a successful dentist, survived by wife and 3 children.

PECAR, George Christopher, 56, Milton died 7 Oct 1931, buried Moffett Cem. s/o Joseph and Lucy Ellen Abbott Pecar, Sr. survived by wife Lillian Mae Neal Pecar, and 5 children: Gilbert, Robert, Mrs. Harold (Marguerite) Bray, Julian and Naomi Pecar, 1 sister Mrs. Ben Stockdale, (father,) 2 brothers Joseph and Henry Pecar.

PECAR, Joseph, 90, died at home of daughter 27 Apr 1938, in North Vernon, IN, buried Moffett Cem., born and reared in Milton, survived by dau., Mrs. Ben Stockdale, 1 son Henry Pecar, 1 brother, Peter C. Pecar.

PECAR, Joseph, Jr., ca 66, died 11 Dec 1937, buried Moffett Cemetery, born and reared Milton, KY, s/o Joseph Pecar, Sr. age 83, (and late Lucy Ellen Abbott Pecar) also survived by 1 sis., Mrs. Ben Stockdale, 1 bro., Henry Pecar. A brother and sister, George C. and Maude Pecar preceded him. (Father's age should read 89.)

PECAR, Lillian Mae Neal (ca 67,) died 19 Dec 1947, buried Moffett Cem., Daughter of Humphrey and Marcella Heath NEAL. Wife of George Christopher Pecar. Mother of Mrs. Ora (Naomi) Jones, Mrs. Harold (Marguerite) Bray, Gilbert, Julian and Bob Pecar.

PECAR, Mary, 73, Madison, IN died 2 Jan 1943, buried Moffett Cemetery, reared in Trimble Co., widow of late PETER PECAR, leaves 1 sister Mrs. Frank Carter, 1 brother and 3 step?children.

PECAR, Peter C., 85, Madison, IN died 22 Mar 1942, buried Moffett Cemetery. A former resident of Milton. He leaves wife MARY, 1 daughter Mrs. Hiram McNutt, 2 sons Wilbur and Tom Pecar. (Tom or Todd, see below ?)

PECAR, Wilbur, 58, Jeffersonville, IN died 9 Jan 1943, buried ? Born Milton, KY Step-mother died 10 days ago, survived by wife MARIE SAPPINGTON PECAR, son John Pecar, brother Todd and sis. Mrs. Hiram McNutt.

PECK, Mary Anne, 71, Madison, IN died 31 Dec 1935, buried ? d/o late D. C. Peck and wife of Trimble Co., KY, survived by husband, FRANKLIN PECK, 1 son, Leroy Peck, 2 daughters, Mrs. Stella McMahan and Mrs. Vincent Bruner, 2 brothers, Rev. Charles and Will Peck, 2 sisters, Ella and Lillian Peck.

PEEL, Anna, 87, Cincinnati, OH died 6 Jan 1940, bur. ? Funeral, Campbellsburg, KY. m. JAMES M. PEEL who died 42 years ago, 8 children, 3 sons and 5 daughters. Sallie died in infancy, another dau. Mrs. Lou wife of Dudley McCallister died several years ago. Survived by 3 dau. Mrs. Frank Ballinger, Mrs. Oscar Stump and Mrs. George McVay, 3 sons Oliver, Omer and George.

PENDLETON, Waldo, 34, died 2 Jan 1947, buried Moffett Cem., b. (Sep 1912) s/o Ben F. and (Leana Barnes) Pendleton former residents of Trimble Co. now living in Indiana. m. BETTY MOORE of Madison, IN, 1 son "Sonny." Survived by parents, wife, son, 3 sisters Mrs. Doris Eckert, Mrs. Mary Ann Liter and Mrs. Donna Mae Dillinger.

PENN, Sarah, __, Ogden, Utah died 17 Apr 1933, buried ??, widow of John Penn, from Trimble Co., b. 2 Sep 1843. Survived by dau. Mrs. Minnie Sawyer of Ogden, UT.

PENNELL, Richard "Uncle Dick," __ died 19 Apr 1946, Data from funeral record.

PENNINGTON, Charles Milton, (66,) Trimble Co., died 27 May 1944. Data from funeral record.

PERKINSON, Alvia (Marion,) 58, Patton's Creek died 4 Sep 1933, buried IOOF Bedford,(s/o James M. and Sarah Ellen Barnes Perkinson.) Survived by wife, MALISSA ANN JEFFRIES PERKINSON, m. 4 Oct 1896, 11 ch., 9 survive, Mrs. Grace Branch, Mrs. Maud Abbott, Mrs. Virgie Abbott, Mrs. Stella Hamilton, Edith, Wilbur, Howard, Clyde and Forest Perkinson, 1 sister Mrs. Fannie Rowlett.

PERKINSON, Chester, 37, near Bedford died 2 Jun 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, s/o late Mr. and Mrs. Levi Perkinson, m. 1930 to MISS GOLDIE SAMPSON, who survives, 1 son, Suter Lee 4 mo. old, 3 brothers, Otie, Bunny and Jesse Perkinson, 4 sisters Mrs. Tom Jeffries, Mrs. Til Yager, Mrs. W. T. McClure and Mrs. Ilis Darling. (Names as written.)

PERKINSON, Clelland, 38, Wise's Landing died 16 Feb 1930 in Henry Co., buried IOOF Bedford s/o Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Perkinson (only child,) m. 23 Dec 1911 to MISS LELAH VIVIAN CRAIG, 12 ch., 11 survive, Alma Lee 18, Mary Helen 16, Claude Layman 14, Glen Morris 12, Leonard Wayne 10, Martha May 7, Orena Jewel 5, Gail Marie 4, Graham Melvin 2, Thelma June age 1 and Billie Jo Perkinson 2 mo.

PERKINSON, Dora Lee Chandler, 72, died 22 Sep 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, m. 11 Jan 1887 to SILAS E. PERKINSON who with 8 of 10 children survive, Chella, Ira, Hurley, Warda, Hezekiah and Ova Perkinson, Mrs. Myrtle Horine and Mrs. Claudane Mahoney. Chester and Mrs. Oral Colbert preceded her.

PERKINSON, Fred, 41, south of Milton died 5 Aug 1934, buried Mt. Carmel Cemetery, b. 1 Mar 1893, Trimble Co., survived by father, Samuel Perkinson, 1 brother, Ziba Perkinson, 1 sister, Mrs. Frank Martin.

PERKINSON, George Harold, 6 mo. died 4 Apr 1946, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 10 Sep 1945, at Jeffersonville, IN, s/o Leonard Wayne and Mary West Perkinson, survived by parents, brother, Carroll Bradley Perkinson, 19 mo.

PERKINSON, George W., 57, died 15 May 1943 in Henry Co., buried IOOF Bedford. Born near Bedford, 10 Feb 1886. m. 15 Jan 1906 to CARRIE CARSON, 3 ch. Lola McClure, Mary Belle Boatwright and Willie Roberta who preceded him 16 years ago. He leaves a wife, 2 children and a brother James Perkinson.

PERKINSON, Jack, 70, Milton, KY died 28 Oct 1939, buried Moffett Cemetery, survived by 5 ch. Herman, Ernest, Shelby, Raymond and Mrs. Marshall, 2 sis. Mrs. Louise Findley and Mrs. Abbie Fisher, 2 brothers Oliver and Richard Perkinson. (Jack, s/o Joe D. Perkinson.)

PERKINSON, Johnny, 24, Madison, IN died 17 Jul 1933, buried Springdale Cem., born Trimble Co., s/o Jack and Nannie Perkinson who survive. Also survived by wife, OVEDA PERKINSON, 3 children, Joseph William, Arthur Lee and Johnny Clinton Perkinson. 1 bro., Edward Perkinson, 2 sis., Mrs. Harvey Goins and Mrs. Melvina Roberta.

PERKINSON, Lillie A. (Barnes,) 81, died 17 Jan 1928, buried Memorial Park Cem., a former resident of Trimble Co., (d/o William and Rebecca Parham Barnes.) Survived by daughters, Mrs. Lottie Cain, Mrs. Lucy Lynch, Mrs. Nora Cull, sons, Willard and Otis Perkinson, brothers, Benjamin, James and Reuben Barnes.

PERKINSON, Lucy Ellen, 75, near Bedford died 21 Aug 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, widow of LEVEN PERKINSON, (died 1925), 10 children: 8 survive, Mrs. Maud Darling, Mrs, Lila Jeffries, Mrs. W. T. McClure, Mrs. Till Yager, Otie, Bunny, Jessie and Chester Perkinson.

PERKINSON, Malissa Ann (Jeffries,) 68, (1877?1945) died 16 May 1945, bur. IOOF West Bedford. Widow of ALVIE MARION PERKINSON who died 4 Sept 1933.

PERKINSON, Mona, 73, died 17 Dec 1935, (buried Moffett Cemetery.)

PERKINSON, Oliver Franklin, 90, died 17 Mar 1947, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 28 Feb 1857 in Trimble Co. s/o late J. D. and Amelia Perkinson. m. LAURA PERKINSON, who survives with 2 dau. Mrs. Ella Hill and Miss Mary M. Perkinson, a son, Perry M. Perkinson, 1 bro. R. A. Perkinson, 1 sis. Mrs. Abigal Fisher. Preceded by 2 sis. Louise Fendley and Mrs. Mary Barnes, a brother Jack Perkinson.

PERKINSON, Otis, 56, Indianapolis, IN died 3 Sep 1938, buried there, born and reared in Trimble Co., on Corn Creek, survived by widow, GOLDIE PERKINSON, 2 children, Mrs. Irene Elrod and William F. Perkinson, a bro. Willard. sister, Mrs. Lottie Cain, half?sis., Mrs. Lucy Lynch. Mrs. Goldie Perkinson was the eldest daughter of Wallace Vawter.

PERKINSON, Sarah Martha, 89, died 21 Jul 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, widow of WILLIAM C. PERKINSON who died in 7 Jul 1922. (nee Adams, b. Feb 1851 d/o John L. and Kisiah Adams 1860 census. No children.)

PERKINSON, Silas Hesekiah, 79, Carmel neighborhood died 1 Feb 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 24 Feb 1863 and reared in Trimble Co., (s/o Silas and Darcus Davis Perkinson.) m. DORA LEE CHANDLER, who died 22 Sep 1938, 10 ch. Mrs. Raymond Horine, Mrs. John Kaster, Ira, Hurlie, Warda, Chelea, Ova, Hesekiah, and 2 who preceded him. Also a brother and sister are dead.

PERKINSON, Mrs. William, __, Cincinnati, Ohio died 18 Sep 1937, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Whallon, former residents of Corn Creek, survived by sister, Mrs. M. R. Snyder, Sr., 2 other sisters, her husband and 1 daughter. Note: Her name, Stella J. Whallon born Aug 1879 on census record.

PERKINSON, William Samuel, __, died Clark Co., IN 10 Dec 1948, b. 28 Jan 1859 s/o Coleman H. and Mary Ann Farley Perkinson.

PERKINSON, Zibe, 54, Jefferson Co., IN died 17 Jun 1947, buried Springdale Cem. A former resident of Trimble Co., (b. 17 Mar 1891 school census date, s/o William Samuel Perkinson.) Moved from this county 20 years ago. Survived by dau. Mrs. Chester Hall and Mrs. Nellie Negangard, a sister, Mrs. Roba Martin. Note: William Samuel Perkinson m. ANNIE F. DRENING, 20 Oct 1881. (Paper dark and can't read all this obit.)

PERRY, Leatha, 22, Milton died 29 Mar 1940, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o late James W. Singer and Mrs. Gertrude (Adcock) Singer, survived by husband, KARL PERRY, her mother, 2 sisters Mrs. Robert Duncan and Geneva Singer, 2 half-bro. Tony and Oda Singer, 2 brothers Forest and Howard Singer.

PERRY, Lula Brawner, ca 65, Deputy, IN died 7 Dec 1947, bur. Kent IN. Former resident of Trimble Co., m. 1st to JAMES POWELL who died many yrs ago, m. 2nd to ED PERRY who survives with 1 son Sanford Perry, also 2 brothers Lonnie and George Brawner, a sister Mrs. Janie Hull.

PERRY, Mary S., 59, Barebone died 22 Sep 1932, buried IOOF Bedford, survived by husband, LAFE PERRY, 2 dau., Mrs. Leslie Williamson and Mrs. Oliver Dean, 3 sons, Oscar, Forest and Raymond Perry. (The former Mary Arrington.)

PERRY, Salathial "Lafe," 84 died ca 26 Jun 1941, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. Turner's Station, 10 Feb 1858. m. KATIE DORSEY dec'd., 7 ch. Ed and John Perry, Mrs. C. W. Graves and Mrs. Minnie Fields, other 3 dying in infancy. m. 2nd to MOLLIE ARRINGTON dec'd., 8 ch. Albert, Oscar, Raymond, Forest, Mrs. Bertha Williamson and Mrs. Oliver Dean, 1 bro. Newt Perry.

PERRY, Squire D., 74, died Indianapolis, IN died Ca 15 Jan 1936, buried Corn Creek Cem., survived by dau., Mrs. Cleveland Perkinson, Mrs. Martha Washburn, Mrs. N. B. Garriott and son, Newton Perry. (Wife was MARY WRIGHT.)

PERRY, Virginia, 76, died 22 Aug 1943, bur. IOOF Bedford, b. 1 Mar 1867, Madison, IN, 15 Oct 1885, (d/o Vanburn and Rachel Jackson Cayton.) m. to JOSEPH N. PERRY who survives, 1 son Walter Perry, 3 dau. Mrs. L. L. Bain, Mrs. J. G. Robertson and Mrs. John Brewer, a brother Joe Cayton.

PERSELL, Ella, 81, Bedford died 2 Mar 1939, bur. IOOF Bedford, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor, m. (14 Feb 1878) to CHARLES PERSELL, who died several years ago. 9 ch. 3 girls, who died in infancy, 6 sons survive, Bert, Cleveland, Lawrence, Otis, Charles and Theodore Persell. Note: Martha Ellen Taylor b. 1856 was d/o late Robert Creed and Elizabeth Wiley Taylor, Bible records give her birth as 14 Nov 1856.

PERSELL, Grover Cleveland, 61, died 9 Feb 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 9 Nov 1884, s/o late Charles and Ella Taylor Persell, m. 9 Nov 1909 to KATIE ROSS, 4 ch. Lafe, Raymond Lee Persell and Mrs. Cornelia Porter, 1 son died 1928. Also surv. by brothers Charles, Bert and Otis Persell.

PERSELL,/PERCELL, Cpl. J. C., 26, died North Africa 15 Feb 1944, had been overseas almost 2 years. Lived in Trimble Co. when a boy, moved to Louisville when 17 years old, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Percell. Survived by wife, mother and a sister.

PERSELL, Jaunita / Waunita Hood, 29, died 5 Mar 1949, buried IOOF Bedford, b. Trimble Co., 4 Mar 1927, d/o Ona and Mollie (Bishop) Hood. m. 17 Jul 1937, STANTON PERSELL 2 dau. Carolyn Sue, age 8, and Linda Lou, age 5 years. Survived by husband, daughters, mother Mrs. Mollie Lynch, 4 sis. Mrs. James (Ethel) Kelly, Mrs. Delmar (Hazel) Wingham, Mrs. Guy (Virgie) Barnes, Mrs. Harold (Helen) Sampley, 3 half-sisters Mrs. Howard Egerton, Mrs. Thelma Abbott and Mrs. E.(Mary B.) Elwood, a half-brother Walter Hood.

PERSELL, Lawrence, died at home of Mr. and Mrs. Hurley Alexander north of Bedford 10 Jul 1940. No other info. (His birth, July 1887 on 1900 census, s/o Charles and Ella Taylor Persell, bur. IOOF Bedford.)

PERSELL, Theodore, 51, died 20 Jan 1946, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 1 Oct 1894, s/o (late Charles and Ella Taylor Persell.) m. 8 Dec 1914, ADA WEBSTER, 4 ch. Stanton, James David, Mrs. Floyd (Lurena) Taylor and Mrs. Carroll (Sallie) Stockdale, 4 bro. Bert, Cleveland, Otis and Charlie Persell.

PERSELL, Woodrow Wilson, 12, Town Branch died 21 Dec 1928, buried IOOF Bedford s/o Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Persell, 2 brothers and 1 sister Lafe, Raymond and Cornelia Persell.

PIERCE, Addie, 52, Town Branch died 21 Jul 1930, buried IOOF Bedford, d/o late John and Mary Tyra, wife of CLINTON PIERCE, m. 6 Feb 1895, who survives with 2 ch: Deward and Allene Pierce, 1 brother. Alvie Tyra.

PIERCE, Clinton, 74, died 11 Aug 1944, buried IOOF Bedford. Benjamin Clinton, b. 5 Jul 1870, s/o late Addison and Cornelia Trout Pierce, spent his entire life in Trimble Co. m. Feb 1896 to ADDIE TYRA, who died 1930, a son Donald Pierce died 7 yrs ago. Survived by dau. Mrs. Allene Gentry.

PIERCE, Deward Addison, 28, died 19 Aug 1936, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 14 Jul 1908, son of Clinton Pierce and late Adaline Tyra Pierce, m. 15 Mar 1930 to MARTHA JESSIE TANDY who with small daughter, Barbara Ann survives. Deward Pierce taught in the rural schools of Trimble Co.

PIERCE, Sammie O'Brien, __, (1875?1945) Indianapolis, IN, interred 28 Jul 1945, IOOF Bedford, b. Oldham Co., KY, the youngest d/o John R. and Martha Law O'Brien. m. 1897 to WILLIAM SHELBY PIERCE, 2 dau. Martha and Doris. She was a res. of Bedford after her marriage until 20 months ago when they moved to Indianapolis. Survived by husband, 2 dau. Mrs. Matt M. Baumer and Mrs. John Wendell Carlson, a sister Mrs. Abe DeMoss. Preceded by parents, 2 sisters Mrs. Chan Morgan, and Mrs. Hannibal Callis, a brother George O'Brien.

PIERCE, William Shelby, __, (1871?1946), Indianapolis, IN died 14 Jun 1946, bur. IOOF Bedford. A merchant in Bedford for 50 years, moved to Indianapolis 31 months ago. b. 7 Jul 1875 at Bedford, only child of John and Edmonia Maddox Pierce, m. SAMMIE O'BRIEN who died 11 mo ago. 2 daughters Martha (Mrs. Matt Baumer) and Doris (Mrs. John Carlson.) Note: One birth date is wrong. Note 1871 is correct according to 1880 census.

PINNELL, Eliza Frances, 87, died 27 Jul 1940, bur. Sligo Cem. b. 1 Jun 1853, d/o Eliga and Mary Ann Spillman Pinnell. Data from funeral record.

PINNELL, Noah, 83, Sligo died 4 Apr 1929, buried Sligo, Cem., survived by 4 daughters, Mrs. R. E. Stivers, Mrs. Forrest Radcliff, Mrs. James Burrows and Miss Susie Pinnell.

PITTMAN, Frank, 23, Cincinnati, OH died 10 Jun 1928, buried, Campbellsburg, a former resident of Trimble Co. s/o William Pittman who survives, married ETHEL TAYLOR, 1926, d/o William Taylor, survived by 3 sisters, Mrs. Vernon Adams, Mrs. Myra Conner and Miss Martha Pittman.

POGUE, Philip S., __, died 14 Jan 1930, buried ??, born and reared in Madison, IN, s/o Thomas A. Pogue, m. MISS GENEVIEVE DOUGHERTY, 24 Feb 1897, d/o Daniel E. Dougherty.

POLAND, Mrs. Frank (Ruth, 41,) Prestonville, KY died 25 Nov 1935 buried IOOF Carrollton. Survived by 5 small children, John Morris, Frances Marion, Helen Virginia, Nancy Ruth and Martha Georgana, her mother, Mrs. Nannie Chapman, 1 sister, Mary Chapman, 2 brothers, John and George Chapman. Frank Poland is son of J. I. Poland of Milton.

POLAND, Harry, 59, died 22 Oct 1948, buried Moffett Cem. b. near Milton, 16 Jun 1889, s/o late James Isaac and Martha (Maddox) Poland. m. CLARA DAVIS of Paris Crossing, IN, 2 sons survive, William and J. R. Poland, 3 bro. Shelly, Frank and Morris Poland.

POLAND, James Isaac, near 72, Liberty neighborhood died 21 Mar 1940, bur. Moffett Cem., b. Owen Co., KY, 9 May 1868, s/o J. G. and Agnes Poland, m. 22 Aug 1888 to MARTHA MADDOX, 6 ch. 2 died in infancy, Carrie and Cecil. Mrs. Poland died 11 years ago, 25 Mar 1929. Surviving are 4 sons Harry, Shelley, Frank and Morris Poland.

POLAND, Martha (Maddox,) 59, Fisher's Ridge died 25 Mar 1929, buried Moffett Cem. b. Owen Co.,KY, 27 May 1869, wife of JAMES ISAAC POLAND, 6 ch., 4 survive, Harry, Shellie C., Frank, Morris Poland, 2 brothers, 4 sisters, Walter Maddox, Mrs. Ollie Staggs, Mrs. W. H. McGruder, Mrs. Thomas King and Mrs. Bert Carya. Other brothers name not given.

PORTER, David Holton, 15, Indiana died 1 Sep 1930, buried, Indianapolis, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Ira Porter, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Buchanan.

PORTER, Thomas M., 75, North Madison died 23 Sep 1932, burial Moffett Cemetery. (Born 29 Oct 1856) he had been a resident of Madison for 15 years. Survived by wife, NELLIE S. PORTER, 3 children, Mrs. Clara Gibson, Mrs. Beatrice Elliott and Frank Porter, 2 brothers, Ira and Louis, a sister, Mrs. Jennie Buchanan.

POWELL, Alva Edmund, 40, died 21 Dec 1943, buried Moffett Cemetery. b. 11 Mar 1903, s/o George E. and Edmonia Perkinson Powell, in Trimble Co. m. 16 Apr 1924 to CLAYETTA BRINGER (BARRINGER) of Clark Co. who survives, 2 brothers Jesse and J. Weston Powell, 2 sisters Mrs. Allen Buchanan and Mrs. Addie Schwartz. His parents and 2 brothers deceased.

POWELL, Bertha (Kinnett,) 62, Madison, IN died 27 Aug 1932, buried Moffett Cem., wife of GEORGE E. POWELL, who survive, 3 children: Mrs. John H. Graham, Mrs. Carl Tucker and H. E. Vanhook, 1 sister, Mrs. Alpha Jacobs and 1 brother, Melvin E. Kinnett.

POWELL, Charles Alva, 68, Indianapolis, IN died 17 Dec 1931, buried Moffett Cem., born Trimble Co., 30 June 1863 (s/o Wyatt and Adaline Law Powell,) m. 9 Nov 1887 to MISS ELLA THOMAS, wife and 5 children survive, Mrs. Myrtle Trager, Mrs. Bessie Jennings, Mrs, Minnie Fitzgerald, Mrs. Lucy Thompson and Frank Powell.

POWELL, Fay W., 20, died 13 Sep 1940, buried Moffett Cemetery, d/o Elmer and Ora McCoy Lusby, b. 11 Feb 1920, m. WOODROW POWELL 27 Jul 1940, survived by husband, parents, 1 sister Mrs. Thomas Craig.

POWELL, George A., about 66, Leeport died 18 Dec 1935, buried IOOF Bedford. A former sheriff of Trimble Co., s/o Joe A. Powell, m. MATTIE BUTLER, 2 ch. Mrs. Will Coffin and Mrs. Ted Moore, m. 2nd to GRACE JEFFRIES who with son, Bill Powell survive, sis. Mrs. Warner Ford, bro. J. R. Powell.

POWELL, George E., 77, Pleasant Retreat died 19 Feb 1938, buried IOOF Bedford, 5 ch. survive, Jesse, Alvey, Weston, Mrs. Edward Swartz and Mrs. Herbert Buchanan, 1 brother, John Powell.

POWELL, Homer, 70, Morton Ridge died 25 Feb 1936, buried Sulphur Cem., m. BELLE RALSTON 9 children, Mrs. Alma Robbins of IN, Mrs. Eva Willhite, Mrs. Ione Willhite, Mrs. Laura Moore, Arthur, Joe, Raymond, Tom and Ray Powell, 2 brothers, George and J. W. Powell. Note: Alma Robbins, Eva Willhite and Arthur are children by first wife, her name not known.

POWELL, Joseph, 82, Leeport died 10 Sep 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, ex?sheriff of Tr Co. m. 14 Jan 1870 to MISS NANCY JANE ADCOCK, now dec'd. surv. by 3 ch., George A., Robert Powell and Mrs. Warner Ford.

POWELL, Joseph, 38, George's Creek in Trimble Co. died 28 Feb 1932, buried IOOF Carrollton s/o Marshall Powell, 1 brother, William Powell.

POWELL, Laura Belle, 71, died 30 Apr 1944, services at Sligo. b. 6 May 1872, d/o Joseph and Susie Snavely Ralston. Data from funeral record.

POWELL, Ida, __, entry in book 21 Jul 1944. Data from funeral record. (from census ? JOHN W. POWELL b. Feb 1857, wife Ida nee Priest b. Feb 1959, children Fannie, Mary, Joseph, William, Wyatt and Evaline Powell.)

POWELL, John William, 84, Patton Creek died 3 Feb 1942, buried Sligo Cem. b. 17 Feb 1857, s/o Wyatt and Adeline (Law) Powell, was last of a large family. m. 18 Mar 1886 to IDA PRIEST, 8 children, Adeline and Albert died when small, Eveline died at age 19 yrs. Surviving are, Mrs. Zach Craig, Mrs. G. C. Holderfield, Joseph, William and Wyatt Powell.

PROCTOR, Charles Extra, 9, Poplar Ridge died 8 Apr 1930, buried English Cem. s/o Mr. and Mrs. Walter Proctor.

PRYOR, Abner "Ab" C., ca 80, Tampa, FL died 29 Apr 1932, buried ??, former resident of Mt. Pleasant, s/o late Judge George Pryor, 1 sister survives, Mrs. James Strother.

PRYOR, Archibald C., 71, Mt. Pleasant died 12 Feb 1933, buried IOOF Bedford, he never married, born Campbell Co. 21 Aug 1861, s/o William and Mary Tarvin Pryor, survived by 4 brothers, George, Millard, Richard and Charlie Pryor, 1 sister, Mrs. R. L. Conner.

PRYOR, George T., 63, Mt. Pleasant died 3 Apr 1935, buried IOOF Bedford, He came here from Campbell Co., m. (OTI) McCLURE, dec'd., 1930. Survived by sis., Mrs. R. L. Conner, 3 brothers, Millard, Richard and Charles Pryor.

PRYOR, Oti, 56, Mt. Pleasant died 4 May 1930, buried IOOF Bedford d/o late Mr. and Mrs. George McClure, b. 28 Oct 1874, wife of GEORGE PRYOR, m. 1913, no children: 4 brothers, Rucker, Gene, Shirley and Ivy McClure, 1 sister, Mrs. Hallie Adams.

PRYOR, William, 64, Corn Creek died 16 Jan 1933, near Trout store, buried IOOF Bedford b. 4 Mar 1869, m. ALICE MULLIKIN PRYOR, 22 Mar 1911. Survived by wife and 4 children: Russell, William, James and Nannie Lou Pryor, 5 brothers, George, Arch, Richard, Charlie (his twin) and Millard, 1 sis., Mrs. R. L. Conner.

PRYOR, William C., ca 90, LaGrange died 30 May 1932, buried LaGrange Cem., born and reared in Trimble Co. s/o Late Judge George Pryor, a brother, Abner C. Pryor died in Apr, 1 sister survives, Mrs. James Strother.

PULLIAM, Bert, __, Indianapolis, IN. In 29 Jan 1942 paper, buried same. Surv. by widow, 2 sons, 1 daughter, 3 brothers Irvin, Oscar and Shelby Pulliam, 2 sisters Mrs. Ethel Spillman and Mrs. Walter (Fannie) Mitchell.

PULLIAM, Martha E., 75, died 22-Mar-1923, wife of Stephen Pulliam. She is survived by seven children: Mrs. Ethel Spillman, Mrs. W. S. (Fannie) Mitchell, Mrs. John B. (Florence) Jacobs, Oscar, Noah, Irvin and Bert Pulliam. She is buried in IOOF Cemetery, Carrollton.

PULLIAM, Noah, 67, near Bennington, IN died 31 Jan 1943, buried Vevay, IN, b. Carroll Co., KY, 16 May 1875, s/o Steven and Martha Dunn Pulliam, m. 25 Mar 1940 to MRS. LONA B. COLE. He leaves wife, 2 sisters Mrs. Walter S. Mitchell and Mrs. Ethel Spillman, 2 brothers Oscar and Irvin Pulliam, 1 bro. Bert died a year ago, a sis. Florence died 1925.

PULLIAM, Oscar, 72, died 26 Jun 1946, buried ___ ? b. 9 Feb 1874 in Carroll Co.,KY, s/o Stephen and Martha E. Dunn Pulliam, m. 12 Jan 1899 to CORA COGHILL who surv. with 1 son Oscar Ellis Pulliam, 1 brother Irvin Pulliam, 2 sis. Mrs. Fannie Mitchell and Mrs. Ethel Spillman. Preceded by parents, 2 brothers Noah and Bert Pulliam. (Fathers name Irvin or Steven?). Buried at IOOF Cemetery at Carrollton. Preceded in death by a sister, Mrs. John B. (Florence). >Jacobs.

PULLIAM, Stephen, 78, died 11 Nov 1928, buried IOOF Carrollton. He died at home of son-in-law, Mr. W. S. Mitchell, 6 children: Oscar, Noah, Irvin, Bert, Mrs. Ethel Spillman and Mrs. Walter (Fannie) Mitchell. Preceded in death by a sister, Mrs. John B. (Florence) Jacobs.

PYLES, Sheriff Conradus "Tim," 44 died 26 Feb 1943, buried IOOF Carrollton, KY, s/o Carrie Pyles and the late Leslie Pyles, b. Providence community, 27 Feb 1899. m. ANNA CARLISLE 13 Jun 1920, 2 sons Leslie and Robert Howard Pyles. Survived by mother, wife, sons, 4 brothers Raymond, Clifford, Ira and Howard Pyles, 3 sisters Mrs. Elva Mae Garriott, Mrs. Allen Rodgers and Mrs. David Bray.

PYLES, Fannie, 42, near Providence died 28 Jan 1934, buried Campbellsburg, daughter of Ollie Teague Taylor and late Lev Teague, m. STEPHEN PYLES who died 14 years ago, mother and 5 daughters survive, Mrs. Wallace Wright, Misses Lola B., Edith, Gladys, and Mary Jo Pyles, a son, Buford Pyles, another son, Cecil died about 8 years ago, 3 brothers, Levi, Austin and Dacre Teague, 1 sister, Mrs. James Sanders.

PYLES, George David, 74, Providence died 22 Nov 1940, bur. IOOF Carrollton, KY, b. Trimble Co. 2 Feb 1866. m. 18 Oct 1888, to ALICE TILLEY, 13 children, 2 dying when young, surv. by wife, 8 sons L. G., Eritt, Bryan, Paul, Woodrow, Joseph, Roscoe and Noble Pyles, 3 dau. Mrs. Hubert Adams, Mrs. Coakley Karsner and Mrs. Everitt Adams, 1 brother Ira Pyles.

PYLES, Imogene, 8, Providence died 29 May 1931, buried IOOF Bedford, b. 31 Mar 1923, d/o late Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Pyles, 1 sister, Mrs. Archie Wright. (Also a brother Hayward Pyles.)

PYLES, Inez, 82, Providence died 15 Sep 1936, buried Campbellsburg Cem., d/o Abram and Frances Pyles, last member of a large family, at about age 15, Miss Inez Pyles m. to DAVID PYLES, of the same name. 11 ch., 8 survive, Mrs. Chester Clark, Mrs. Joe Adams, Mrs. W. C. Brent, Mrs. Charlie Matticks, Mrs. Lillian McAllister, Elliott, Charlie and Claude Pyles.

PYLES, Sophia (Teague, 33,) died 25 Jan 1928, Mrs. NOBLE PYLES, buried Campbellsburg Cem. born and reared in Providence neighborhood.

PYLES, W. Leslie, 53, Providence died 15 May 1932, buried IOOF Carrollton, survived by widow, 8 children: Conradus, Raymond, Ira, Howard, Clifford, Laura Frances, Beatrice and Mrs. Fred Garriott.

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