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=== "The Bastrop Advertiser" - Texas - Jan 24 1874 DIED -- Mrs. Sarah Litton, wife of Frank Litton, on Tuesday last at her husband's residence on Cedar Creek of pneumonia. === "Lebanon News" - Virginia - Jun 27 1881 James Fullen Litton James Fullen Litton, age 63 died this morning at his farm in the corner settlement, from an old war wound from the late conflict. When his father passed away in 1853 the John Whitley Litton Plantation was divided between the heirs and sold. James F. Litton first married Lucinda Redwine, daughter of Josiah Redwine of Elk Garden. Lucinda passed away in 1842. James then married a first cousin from Kentucky, Margaret Eunice Litton, daughter of Soloman Litton Jr. and Judith Anna Shoemaker of the corner settlement. In 1853 he moved to land in the corner inherited by his wife from Soloman Litton Sr., an original settler and long hunter in this country. They made a large cattle farm on this land, known as Soloman Litton Hollow. Mr. Litton was educated in Roanoke and became a farm manager at an early age. His father, John W. Litton Sr., was the eldest child of Captain Soloman Litton Sr. of the Local Militia 1770-1790, an original settler in this Country. At age four, John W. was captured at Ruddles Station in Kentucky County Virginia, along with two of his brothers and parents (Captain Litton was serving there) by Shawnee Indians and held in the camps near Fort Detroit for three years. After their release by treaty (1784), Captain Litton claimed bounty land in southern Kentucky (now a state) and raised his family at that place, now called Knox County. John Litton returned to Russell County in 1800, to purchase the Litton Hill Plantation (which had its own post office) in Elk Garden. James F. Litton grew up at Litton Hill and became an overseer of slaves and farm manager. Mr. Litton was preceded in death by first wife, Lucinda Redwine, Father John Litton Sr., Mother Sarah Fullen Litton, Two brothers, Soloman Litton 2nd, Caney Franklin Litton, One sister, Sarah Snider. Mr. Litton is survived by 2nd wife, Margaret (Peggy) Litton, Four sons and three daughters. John Jackson Litton, Cleveland, Va., Zachary Taylor Litton Sr., Lebanon, Va., Soloman Scott Litton, of the home. Eunice Litton (Mrs. James H. Gilbert) of the corner, Josephine Catherine Litton (Mrs. Charles H. Monk, Sr. known as Josie Monk) Rebecca Jane Litton (Mrs. Lafayette M. Monk, Sr. known as Beccy Monk) ten grandchildren. A wake will be conducted by Father Seane Jones, at the home. Interment will by in Litton Cemetery at Litton Hill-Elk Garden. Fr. Jones will conduct last rites at graveside. All relatives and friends are urged to attend and hear Mr. Littons letter of life, read as urology. Contributor: Carolyn DeBiasi - Note: One surviving sons name, Vincent Crockett Litton, was left out of the original obituary === "Mountain Echo" - Laurel County, Kentucky - 1886 August 13, --Died: At her residence 3 1/2 miles south of London on Tuesday the 10th inst., Mrs. Cynthia Litton in her 85th year, wife of Hiram Litton whose death preceded hers in 1852. Sister Litton was converted to Christ about 65 yeas ago under the preaching of James Barnes, father of the noted Geo. O. Barnes. She was a daughter of Jeremiah Smith one of the oldest settlers of this part of Kentucky. Her remains were interred at Old Union Church on the 11th. Contributor: Carolyn DeBiasi - === "Lebanon News" - Virginia - Nov 19 1889 ZACHARY TAYLOR LITTON Sr. departed this life November 16, he was 37 years of age. Mr. Litton, locally known as Taylor Litton, was killed in a hunting accident on his farm in the corner section at Soloman's Hollow. Taylor was huntin with his nephew, Douglas Litton, age 11, on horseback near the Pinnacle, when a large grizzly bear they had wounded earlier attacked from ambush, Taylor was knocked from his horse and without his 50 caliber Kentucky rifle, was forced to fight the beast with a hunting knife. Douglas rode off fast to get help from his father, Soloman Litton, at the farm. When Soloman arrived at the scene he found Taylor's head partly eaten away. Taylor Litton was an experienced hunter and served as a guide for out-of- County-Hunters. He was an excellent horseman and outdoorsman. Mr. Litton was born in Elk Garden on his grandfather John W. Litton's Plantation and attended school in Lebanon. Mr. Litton also owned a country home in the Spring City Area at Cooper Ridge. He operated a saw mill there and was known to have harvested the largest black walnut tree ever cut in the Clinch Mountains. It measured 19 feet in diameter. As a young man he made cattle drives to Roanoke for his father and other cattlemen of the County. These drives will end when the railroad is completed. Mr. Litton learned his horsemanship from an old slave called Samuel Right. Sam was freed in 1862. Mr. Litton was Russell County Constable from 1881 to 1887. He was County Treasurer from 1881 until the present. Just prior to his death he had announced his candidacy to run for County Supervisor. Taylor Litton is survived by a wife, Rebecca Vermillion, daughter of Isaac G. Vermillion, a former Justice of peace and Sheriff of Russell County, Four sons and Three daughters; John T., Isaac G., Zachary T. Jr., Canie B., Fanny Bell, Edna O., Maud A., all of the home. Three brothers and one sister; John J., Soloman Scott, Vincent C., Eunice Malissa (Mrs. James Harvey Gilbert). Two half sisters, Josephine Catherine Litton (Mrs. Charles H. Monk Sr.) and Rebecca Jane Litton (Mrs. Lafayette H. Monk Sr.) all of the corner settlement survived by his Mother Margaret (Peggy) Litton who is the daughter of Soloman Litton Jr. and Judith Anne Shoemaker. Numerous nieces and nephews. Taylor Litton was preceded in death by one brother, Aaron Lee Litton and his late father, James Fullen litton, the late cattleman and farmer, in 1881. Pallbearers will be William Douglas Litton, John Thomas Litton, William Taylor Litton, James Myles Litton, Aker E. Litton, Ollie Litton Taylor Monk, Stewart Monk, Lafayette Monk Jr., Charles Monk Jr. Mr. Litton will be interred at the scene of death and last rites delivered by Father George Murphy of the Anglegian Church in Abingdon, Virginia. Contributor: Carolyn DeBiasi - === "Fairfield Daily Ledger" - Iowa - Oct 15 1909 - pg 1 Old Resident Passed Away Pioneer Resident of the Township Dies at His Home Monday Morning Mark Smith, one of the oldest residents of this place died Monday morning after an illness dating back into February. He was born in Hancock, Ind., March 13, 1831. The funeral took place Wednesday and was largely attended. The remains were interred in Lambert cemetery. In 1819 he was united in marriage to Miss Rachel White. Ten children were born to them who are: Mrs. Ella Tilford, Salem; Mrs Emma Cheesum, Stockport; Mrs. Josephine Garretson, Beaver, Nebraska, Mrs. Arminta Lawrence, Mt. Pleasant; Mrs. Lucy Watkins of Lockridge; Mrs. Martha Litton of Glasgow; Antha Smith of Glasgow; Frank Smith of Stockport and Charles and George Smith of Lockridge. Mr. Smith and family have resided near Lockridge for many years and a large circle of friends will deeply sympathize with the surviving relatives. NOTE: Lambert cemetery = Lambrith cemetery Mrs Emma Cheesum = Mrs Emma Chezum === "The Honaker Herald" - Russell County, Virginia - May 20 1937 Lytton, John Jackson, died at his home in Finney, near Honaker on May 19. He was 90 years of age. Mr. Lytton was a life-time resident of Russell County, a warden in the Anglican Catholic Church of Abingdon. He was a farmer and a merchant in the Honaker area. He was the proprietor of Lyttons Cash Grocery in Finney. Mr. Lytton was a descendant of Captain Soloman Litton Sr. an early trapper and settler in the county. He was preceded in death by a wife Sarah Ann Garrett, daughter of Marten Garrett and Elizabeth Taylor of the Corner section. Also two brothers, Zachary Taylor Litton of Lebanon and Aaron Litton of the Corner, sisters Jose C. Monk, Rebecca Monk Statzer and Eunice Gilbert all of the Corner section. Survivors enclude two brothers Soloman Scott Litton and Vince Crockett Litton also of the Corner section, and ten children. Will Litton and Zack Litton of Coeburn. Va., Walter Litton of Pound, Va., Charles Litton of the home, Arthur Litton of Tucson, Arizona, Aker Litton, Miami Florida, James Myles Litton, of Bluefield, W. Va., Margaret Cook and Kate Cooledge of Cleveland, Va., and Minnie Turner of Coeburn, Va. Many nephews and nieces. Arrangements made by Honaker Funeral Home. Pall-bearers, Aker Litton, Zack Litton, Charles Litton, Will Litton, Arthur Litton, William Garrett. Last rites by Fr. Emilo Cottral at the home, A wake to follow. Burial in the Litton Cemetery. Contributor: Carolyn DeBiasi - === "Muskogee Daily Phoenix" - Oklahoma - Apr 27 1938 pg 1 & 4 JNO. S. BARGER, 77, FORMER MUSKOGEE SHERIFF, SUCCUMBS Defeated "Uncle Bud" Ledbetter for Nomination; Re-elected in 1914 Partner Killed in Texas Widely Known Muskogeean Came to City for Visit in 1902; Became Resident Jno. S. Barger, 77, former Muskogee county sheriff and a resident of this city for the past 36 years, died at 6:45 o'clock yesterday evening at his home, 416 Okmulgee avenue. Barger had been in ill health for several months. Barger was born in the state of Mississippi, in 1860, and moved with members of his family to the state of Illinois in 1866, when he was 6 years old. Two years later, the Barger family removed to Lexington, Tenn., where Barger lived until he was a young man. Came to City in 1902 Later, he moved to Hillsboro, Texas where he was employed in the cotton buying business. In the spring of 1902, he came to Muskogee to visit his mother and brother, both of whom lived here and who were ill. He liked the town so well that he remained. Barger was employed by the Spaulding Mercantile Co. as manager of its gin, then located on the site of the old M. O. and G. railroad station, and later was employed by the Patterson Mercantile Co. In 1914, he was elected sheriff of Muskogee county, defeating the late J. F. "Uncle Bud" Ledbetter, pioneer Oklahoma peace officer who died recently, in the democratic primary, and defeating W. S. Harsha, the republican nominee in the general election by a vote of 2336 to 2199. In 1916, he was renominated for a second term, and in the general election defeated a republican, F. J. Bays, by a vote of 3323 to 2165. In 1918, Barger sought a third term as sheriff, but was defeated by Sheriff Jim Robbins, who served two terms, retired and was succeded by Ledbetter. Employed as Speed Officer After his defeat for a third term as sheriff, Barger was employed by the county commissioners as "speed officer" to curb the then-growing autombile menace and was given a county patrol car to cruise country roads and highways and force respect for traffic laws. Since 1928, he had been employed as bailiff by Judge Enlo V. Vernor, who has been on the county or district bench all of that time. It was in connection with his duties as county speed officer that Barger lived through one of his most harrowing experiences as a peace officer - that of watching while desperadoes shot a fellow officer to death. Barger himself was chained to a tree. On May 19, 1924, the county's "speed patrol" car was stolen from the Koehler garage by Dave and Bill Lawrence, young Muskogee desperadoes who lived with their mother in Muskogee. Bill Lawrence had just finished serving a sentence in the state penitentiary at McAllister for robbery of a freight car at Ft. Gibson, and the pair was wanted for auto theft in Durant, Okmulgee, Bristow, Ardmore, and Henryetta and was suspected of several robberies in Muskogee. Youths Caught in El Paso After several unsuccessful attempts to catch them here, Sheriff Ledbetter was notified on June 24, 1924, that the pair had been apprehended at El Paso, Texas on the Mexican border, and sent Barger and Deputy sheriff Joe Morgan after them. Morgan and Barger left Muskogee on the Katy train on Friday the 13th. After taking charge of the prisoners, Barger and Morgan started back with them in the county's car. Barger was driving and Morgan was in the rear seat with Dave and Bill Lawrence. Barger said that he did not know how the boys got Morgan's gun, but he heard a shot, looked around and found himself peering in the barrel of a revolver held in Dave Lawrence's hand. Morgan had slumped to the floor, shot through the head. After shooting Morgan, the boys forced Barger to walk off the road into a woods, handcuffed him to a tree and escaped again in the county's car. Barger shouted until he attracted attention of a ranch worker, who refused to aid him until officers arrived and rescued him. He then went to Ft. Worth, where he organized a posse of Tarrant county officers and took up the trail. Sheriff Ledbetter took several Muskogee county officers to Texas to join the hunt, but the Lawrence boys later were seen near Council Hill, in Muskogee County. Sheriff Recalled Events Barger returned to Muskogee the next day with Morgan's body. Barger was handcuffed to the tree for three hours - from 7 a.m. until 10 o'clock. It was 11 o'clock when he reached Fort Worth. He said the Lawrence boys taunted him, telling him they had informed him he would never bring them back, rifled his pockets of money, tobacco and other belongings, and then shackled him. Sheriff Barger told this story: "We left Sanderson, Texas Sunday afternoon where the two prisoners had been given over to us by the officers of that place. The Lawrence boys were not known to be hardboiled. Joe and I had known them since they were knee-high to a duck. We never imagined for a minute there would be any trouble on that long trip home. We were making the trip in the car the boys had stolen, and in which they were headed for Mexico. "I didn't realize what had happened when I heard the report of the pistol until I har Bill Lawrence tell me to "Put 'em up." I put up my hands. Morgan had slumped down in his seat. Blood was flowing from his head. He never moved a muscle. He was dead. The car, going at a rate of at least 20 miles an hour, crashed into a fence. It righted itself and mowed down fence posts for 30 or 40 yards, then it stopped." Lifts Body from Auto "Bill Lawrence handed his gun to his brother. He forced me to help lift Joe's body to the seat. A car sped by just as this thing was done. Fearing my own life would be taken, I made no outcry. Babe Lawrence had the gun pointed at me. He took my pistol from the front seat pocket of the car. After he had shifted Morgan's body to the back seat, Bill Lawrence took the wheel. I was forced to the back seat to watch Joe's body. "The younger Lawrence boy climbed into the front seat with his brother and held the gun on me. He got out after he had driven about a quarter of a mile, and opened a gate to a ranch. Driving in, Bill Lawrence ran quickly to a thicket. He had gone about 200 yards when he stopped. The boys forced me to get out. They made me put my hands around a tree, and placed handcuffs on my wrists. Then they unloaded Joe's body about eight feet from me, jumped into the car, turned around and sped toward Fort Worth." Bill Lawrence later was hanged in Arizona and Dave, "Babe" Lawrence is serving a life term in Texas for Morgan's death. Barger and G. H. Hettick, now a deputy county clerk, then civil deputy sheriff, were witnesses in both trials. Barger and Mayor J. E. Wyand, accused by a grand jury for alleged failure to enforce liquor and gambling laws, were aquitted by a jury in 1917. They were procecuted by the late S. P. Freeling, then attorney general. Funeral services are incomplete, but will be announced later by Guipel Funeral Home. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Laura M. Barger, five nephews, Dave, W.B. Bruce of Muskogee, Lytton of Topeka, Kan., Ralph of Oak Park, Ill., and Ray of Kansas City, MO., and five nieces, Mrs. Nina Ivy, Memphis, Mrs. Kate Haggard, Mrs. W. B. Harris, Mrs. B. T. Jeurgens, and Mrs. W. H. Gott, all of Muskogee. === "Granite Enterprise" - Greer County, Oklahoma - Aug 18 1948 Mrs. Walter V. Allen, Pioneer Granite Lady, Passes Away Friday Funeral Services Held From Local Church Of Christ Monday Mrs. Nancy Ann Litton Allen, wife of Walter V. Allen of Granite, passed away Friday afternoon, August 13th at the family home following a short illness. Mrs. Allen had been in poor health for several years, however was up Friday morning and did her work about the home, and helped her husband with the work in the Allen's store. She was born in Hickman County, Tennessee, January 11, 1886, and was 62 years seven months and two days at the time of her death. Nancy Ann Litton was married to W. V. Allen in Hickman county, Tennessee on January 8, 1905 and the family moved to Greer county, Oklahoma in 1906. They have lived in and around Granite since that time. Mrs. Allen became a member of the Church of Christ at an early age and was a faithful member until the last few years, when falling health prevented her from taking an active part in church work. She was a loving wife and mother, and was loved and respected by all who knew her. She leaves to mourn her passing five daughters and one son. They are: Mrs. J. B. Perry, Granite; Mrs. Lawrence Griffith, Mangum; Mrs. Luther French, Granite; Mrs. Leonard Pratt, Mangum; Mrs. Haskell Bilbrey, Texhoma, and Lester Allen, Bakersfield, California. Four brothers and two sisters also survive. They are: C.M. Litton, Granite; Henry Litton, Granite; Brown Litton, South Gate, California; Haskell Litton, Lancaster, California; Mrs. Robert Vaughan, South Gate, California and Mrs. Clyde Newman, Bell, California. Ten grandchildren are also among the survivors. All of the children and brothers and sisters were present for the last rites. Two sisters and three brothers and the mother and father precede Mrs. Allen in death. Funeral rites were held at the local Church of Christ Monday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with Bro. Mark McElhaney, Church of Christ minister from Oklahoma City, in charge. Interment was in the City Cemetery under the direction of the Irwin Funeral Home of Granite. Pall bearers were: Elmer Pickering, Hugh Vaughan, Arthur Bowman, Albert Sanders, J. C. Ford, Sr., and Tillman Terry. Out of town relatives here for the last rites were: Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Litton, Chickasha; Mr. and Mrs. James, Duncan; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mcgavock, Hobart; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Pratt; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith and daughter, Mrs. Sam Allenbaugh, and Spence Allen, all of Oklahoma City, and Mr. and Mrs. Walton French. Contributor: Caroline DeBiasi - === "London Times" - England - Aug 10 1957 Lady Wentworth, Breeder of Arab Horses Baroness Wentworth died in hospital at Crawley, Sussex, on Thursday night at the age of 84. As a leading breeder of Arab horses and as a writer of books on breeding, Lady Wentworth carried on the tradition of the Crabbet stud which had been built up by her father and mother. In her independence of mind, her eccentricities, her artistic pursuits, and her stormy domestic relations she reflected her ancestry -- both her father, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, the traveller and poet, and her maternal great-grandfather, Lord Byron. Judith Anne Dorothea Blunt-Lytton, Baroness Wentworth, as sixteenth holder of the peerage, was the only daughter of Wilfrid Scawen Blunt and Lady Anne King-Noel, who as a child of the Earl of Lovelace was a granddaughter of Lord Byron, the poet. In youth she was a society beauty and her appearance made a strong impression on Burne-Jones, for some of whose last studies she sat. "She gives me the impression," he said, "of perfect beauty combined with the speed and lightness of foot of some wild creature." In 1899 she married Neville Stephen Lytton, son of the second [actually first] Earl of Lytton. The marriage took place in Cairo. The bride was given away by Lord Cromer, the Resident, who to the Queen's inquiry about the ceremony sent the laconic reply, "Marriage duly performed." She later became estranged first from her father with whom she had differences of opinion about the management of the Crabbet estates, and afterwards from her husband, from whom she was divorced in 1923. Her mother succeeded to the Barony of Wentworth a few months before her death in 1917, when it devolved by special remainder on Judith Blunt-Lytton. The new Lady Wentworth lived for the rest of her life at Crabbet Park in the grounds of which her father was buried. She inherited from her parents the love of the desert and of the horse of the desert, the Arabian, and the "feeling for the desert" never left her. After her mother's death she took over the Crabbet stud which the unfortunate quarrels of her parents had allowed to reach a very low level, and gradually built it up to the dominating position which undoubtedly it holds to-day. There is hardly a stud in this country or abroad which does not owe its existence to one or other of the Crabbet stock. As a breeder she probably had few equals; she combined a voluminous knowledge of pedigree with a keen eye for a horse and with the means to breed on a big scale, and she had a certain flair or instinct which transcends scientific calculations. She was also a competent horse trainer and brought the business of preparing horses for the show ring to a fine art. The foundation of the modern Crabbet stud was undoubtedly the almost legendary Skowronek, a pure bred Arab foaled in Poland, whose sire was hanged in the market place by the revolutionaries of 1917; he was saved from a like fate by being bought for Mr. Walter Winans just before the First World War, after which Lady Wentworth acquired him. From this foundation has flowed the long line of champion Arab sires and mares which have dominated the show ring for many years in almost every country of the world. A character as strong as Lady Wentworth's could hardly keep out of controversy; indeed, like the Biblical warhorse which she loved so much, she probably "smelled the battle from afar" and she was a doughty opponent. Just after the war she became involved in a violent controversy within the Arab Horse Society over the height and size of Arab horses in England. After much acrimony she won her point that there should be no limiting the size of the Arab horses in English shows. At Crabbet she used also to breed dogs and her toy spaniels won innumerable championships. In later years she gave an increasing share of her time to her painting and her poetry. Among her books are two major works: Thoroughbred Racing Stock and its Ancestors (1938), and The Authentic Arabian Horse and His Descendants (1945). She is survived by her son, the fourth Earl of Lytton, to whom the [Wentworth] title descends, and by her two daughters. [A Requiem Mass was held on Aug 14 at Franciscan Friary in Crawley, she was buried afterwards, "London Times" Aug 15 1957 reports the following attented] The Earl and Countess of Lytton (son and daughter-in-law), Lady Anne Lytton and Lady Winifrid Tryon (daughters), Viscount Knebworth, the Hon. Roland Lytton and Lady Caroline Lytton (grandchildren). The Hon. Mrs. R.E.L. Vaughan-Williams, Colonel Sir Henry Abel Smith, Mr. Gordon Blunt, Mr. Ronald Armstrong-Jones, Q.C., Mr. K.W. Cumming (president) and Colonel D.R. Hewitt (representing Arab Horse Society), Mr. Geoffrey Cross (representing Royal Windsor Horse Show Club), Miss C. Draper (librarian St. Anne's College, Oxford), Mrs. H.V. Musgrave Clark, Mr. Nigel Napier, Mr. R.W.F. Staveacre, Mrs M. Odell, Mr. R.S. Summerhays (representing National Pony Society), Dr. R.A. Matthews, Mr. and Mrs Cecil Covey, Mr. Gladstone Moore. Lady May Abel Smith and Sir John and Lady Blunt were among those unable to attend. === "West Union Association of United Baptists Minutes" - 1960 pg 20 Stanley, Rube H. - born Sept. 10, 1884 departed this life April 16, 1960, age 75. He was a faithful member of Pine Hill Baptist Church. He was united in marriage to Bertha Litton and to his union were born 12 children two of which preceded him in death, Lucille and Helen. Survivors: wife, Bertha, five sons, Jessie, Archie and Bobby of Oneida, Tenn., Leland of Muncie, Ind., and Chester of Cincinnati, Ohio. Five daughters, Mrs. Homer Ryan, Grundy, Va., Mrs. Willard Duncan, Mrs. R. L. Stanley, Mrs. Reuben Byrd all of Oneida, Tenn. Twenty-two grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. One brother, Mr. Andy Stanley of Oneida. Funeral services were conducted at Pine Hill Baptist Church with Rev. A. V. Stanley and Rev. Jackson Chambers officiating. Burial in Church Cemetery. We miss him very much, but realize God has called him home to rest. Pine Hill Baptist Church. === "West Union Association of United Baptists Minutes" - 1961 pg 18 Ross, James - was born Sept. 5, 1914, departed this life October 31, 1960, age 46 years, 1 month and 26 days. He was married to Golda Angel Ross, Sept. 3, 1938 and to this union were born 2 children. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife, Golda and son, Randell Jerry Ross, of Oneida; daughter, Mrs. Jackie Randolph and grandson, Mark Randolph of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mother, Mrs. Marion Ross of Winfield; 2 brothers, Virgil Ross of Oneida, Luie Ross, of Whitley City, Ky. 4 sisters, Mrs. Carl Litton, Mrs. Andy Murphy of Oneida, Bertha Ross of Winfield, Mrs. Adam Klazura of Rockwood, Tenn. and a great host of relatives and friends. He professed a hope in Christ and joined the Pentecost Baptist Church, May 16, 1954 where he lived a faithful Christian worker of the Lord until the end. We know our loss is great, but we feel his gain is greater, because he has gone to be with Jesus. We join the family in their bereavement. Pentecost Baptist Church. === "Muskogee Daily Phoenix" - Arkansas - Nov 9 1960 Robert P Russell b. Nov. 3, 1887 Baxter County, Arkansas d. age of 83 Burial at Memorial Park Cemetery Survived by his wife Nellie six sons Oscar, Woodrow and Ralph all of Muskogee, Ok, Herman of San Diego, Ca, Ray of Tulsa, Ok and Orland of Stockton, Ca, a daughter Mrs. Jeanet Litten of Muskogee, a brother A. D. Russell of Mountain Home, Arkansas, five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren Services held at Lescher Funeral Home Chapel [NOTE: The above may be an abstract of the actual obit] === "West Union Association of United Baptists Minutes" - 1961 pg 11 Ross, Mary Orick - the wife of the late Marion Ross, departed this life January 15, 1961. She was born April 30, 1877, being 83 years, 8 months and 15 days old. To this union were born eleven children, 5 sons and six daughters, Ina, Charlie, Willie, Willard and James who preceded her in death. She leaves to mourn her passing 2 sons and 4 daughters, Vergil of Oneida, Louie of Whitley City, Ky., Mrs. Bertha Keith of Winfield, Mrs. Flora Litton of Oneida, Mrs. Hattie Murphy of Oneida and Mrs. Eva Klauzra of Muncie, Ind.; 2 brothers, John Orick of New River and Byrd Orick of LaFollette. Several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She professed a hope in Christ at an early age. At death she was a faithful Christian. She passed away trusting in the Lord. She was also a member of the Highway Baptist Church. We are looking forward to seeing her again. We believe she is with the angels. Highway Baptist Church. === "West Union Association of United Baptists Minutes" - 1963 pg 23 Smith, Richard Samuel - son of the late Ewell Smith and the late Louvania Marcum Smith, was born in Scott County, Tennessee on January 26, 1880, departed this life February 16, 1963 at the age of 83 years and 20 days. He was married to Mary Etta Terry on August 6, 1904 and to this union was born 6 children, 5 girls, and 1 boy, 2 daughters having preceded him in death. Surviving are 1 son, Espy Smith of Oneida, Tennessee; 3 daughters, Mrs. Devo Rosser, Mrs. C. S. Webb, Mrs. Flonnie Webb all of Oneida; 3 sisters, Mrs. Virgil Litton of Oneida, Mrs. Polly Brown of Stearns, Kentucky and Mrs. Joe Burchfield of Revelo, Kentucky; 9 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. He professed faith in Christ and joined the Bethlehem Baptist Church in Oneida, Tennessee on April 10, 1932, where he remained a member until death. Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord. Bethlehem Baptist Church. === "West Union Association of United Baptists Minutes" - 1963 pg 18 Terry, Minnie Ellen - was born March 28, 1883, departed this life May 23, 1963 at the age of 77. She was married to Daniel Terry, March 21, 1902. To this union was born eleven children, four of which preceded her in death, also her husband. She joined the Antioch Baptist Church at an early age and later moved her membership to the Opossum Rock Baptist Church where she remained a faithful member until Jesus called her home. She was a faithful wife and loving mother. She suffered untold pain in her last days, but never questioned why God let her suffer, as she knew Jesus suffered too in his life on earth. She leaves to mourn her passing five daughters, Mrs. Wheaton Slaven, Mrs. Dewey Roysden of Oneida, Tennessee, Mrs. Jay Davidson, Ellisville, Missouri, Mrs. Jesse Stanfill, Glendale, Oregon, Mrs. Dillard Litton, Hartford City, Indiana; two sons, Rev. Henry Terry of Oneida, Monroe Terry of Knoxville, Tennessee, three brothers, Proctor Anderson, Virgil Anderson and Rev. Lee Anderson all of Jamestown, Tennessee, two sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Stewart of Oneida, Tennessee, Mrs. Victory Crockett of Jamestown, Tennessee. A number of grand and great-grandchildren and a host of friends. Although we mourn her passing, we believe it is her eternal gain in Glory. Blessed are they that die in the Lord. Opposum Rock Baptist Church. === "West Union Association of United Baptists Minutes" - 1963 pg 23 Burchfield, Nevada Smith - was born May 7, 1884. She was the daughter of Ewell Smith and Luvana Smith. She married Joe Burchfield on December 24, 1916. She joined the Bethlehem Baptist Church in her early life. She leaves her husband, Joe Burchfield and a dear devoted brother-in-law, Luther Burchfield, two sisters, Polly Brown of Stearns, Kentucky and Lilly Litton of Oneida and a host of relatives and friends to mourn her loss. Bethlehem Baptist Church. === "West Union Association of United Baptists Minutes" - 1963 p13 Oneida, Tennessee LITTON, LEE - age 70, passed away 8 a.m. Friday at St. Marys Hospital. He was a member of the Pentecost Baptist Church, Oneida. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Mae Litton, step-children, Mrs. Bonnie Hamer of Knoxville, Claude Brown of Atlanta; 4 brothers, Virgil, Carl, George and Floyd all of Oneida; 4 sisters, Susie Phillips, Mrs. Anna Bergman, Mrs. Frona Hughett all of Covington, Kentucky, Mrs. Eva Slaven of Newport, Kentucky; 9 grandchildren; 9 great- grandchildren. Services were at 2 p.m. Monday at Rose Chapel. Interment in National Cemetery. Pentecost Church. === "Paintsville Herald" - Kentucky - May 6 1964 WILLIAM LITTON Retired Miner Dies Sunday William M. Litton, 83, retired miner of Meally, died in a local hospital at 2:25 a.m. Sunday, May 3 1964, after suffering a stroke. He had been ill for the past year. A son of the late James and Nancy Webb Litton, he was born at Boons Camp February 14 1881, and had been a resident of Meally for the past six years. He was a member of the Pentacostal Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs Georgie Gillispie Litton; seven sons, W.M. Litton, Iowa, Louisiana; Willis, Howard and Donald Litton, all of Meally; Robert Litton, White House; Ernest Litton, New Rigdon, Ohio; Leman Litton, Sandusky, Ohio; two step-sons, Ernest and James R. Gillispie both of Meally; seven daughters, Pearl Bernice Williams, Lillian Litton, and Phyllis Litton all of Meally; Dixie Bayes, Marion, Ohio; Dolly Drake, Alberstan, Ohio; Gracie Fairchild, Barnetts Creek; Maxie Boyd, Thealka; a stepdaughter, Loretta Webb, Wabash, Indiana; two brothers, Richard Litton, Meally; Jake Litton, Louisa. Also surviving are 37 grandchildren, 37 great-grandchildren, and 5 step-great-grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted at 10:00 a.m. today at the Pentecostal Church of Christ in this city with Cline Salyers as officiating minister. Burial was in the Sam Ratliff Cemetery at White House. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "West Union Association of United Baptists Minutes" - 1965 pg 24 Thompson, Byrd - the son of the late John and Polly Litton Thompson, was born in Scott County, Tennessee February 27, 1894. Deceased this life December 4, 1965 at the age of 71 years, 9 months and 7 days. He was first married to Artie Lambert and one daughter was adopted. In 1947 he was married to Lula Chambers. Besides his wife, he is survived by one adopted daughter, Mrs. Rema T. Dalton, Chesterson, Indiana; three sisters, Martha Thompson, and Arminda Thompson both of Oneida, Ella Thompson of Chattanooga, Tennessee; one grandson. Several years ago he professed faith in Christ and united with the Pine Hill Baptist Church where he remained a member until his death. He was a veteran of World War I, having served his country honorably. Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord. We join the family in their bereavement. === "West Union Association of United Baptists Minutes" - 1968 pg 11 Baker, Maggie - age 82, passed away suddenly at her home in the Winfield community Saturday, Dec. 9, 1967. She was the daughter of the late A. L. Strunk and the late Sallie Heath. A member of the Pine Grove Baptist Church. Survivors: one daughter, Mrs. Jean Phillips of Somerset, Ky.; four sisters, Mrs. Myrtle Dunaway, Mrs. Dee Litton, Mrs. Hattie Race and Mrs. Ruby Davis, all of Cincinnati, Ohio; and one grandchild. Funeral services were conducted from the West Funeral Home Chapel 1 p.m. Monday, Dec. 11, 1967 with the Rev. Wheeler Blevins officiating. Arrangements by West Funeral Home. === "West Union Association of United Baptists Minutes" - 1969 pg 11 Terry, Rev. Henry Franklin - son of the late Daniel Terry and the late Minnie Anderson Terry, was born in Scott County, Tennessee March 15, 1914. Deceased this life May 24, 1969. Survivors: wife, Avo Marie Terry, five daughters, Clovis Faye Free, West Point, Fla., Linda Clark, Evylia, Ohio, Sonja Kay Ellis, Oneida, Glenna Lou Thompson, Oneida, Naomi Brewster, Joliet, Ill. Four sons, Lillard F. Terry, Ellisville, Mo., Robert L. Terry, Nashville, Tenn., Hubert Terry, Nashville, Willard Terry, Oneida. Sixteen grandchildren; five sisters, Pearl Slaven, Oneida, Irene Davis, Ellisville, Mo., Delta Roysden of Oneida, Martha Stanfield, Ruby Litton, Ft. Wayne, Ind. He professed faith in Christ, and was baptized into the Opossum Rock Church Nov. 18, 1933, and was ordained to the Gospel Ministry, the 3rd Saturday in Dec. 1935. He lived faithful and devoted member until death. We feel our loss to be his eternal gain. We feel through his obedience to the Lord in preaching the gospel that many others have a home in Glory also. "Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord". === "West Union Association of United Baptists Minutes" - 1970 pg 11 Chambers, Iva Lee Baird - age 38 years, of Pioneer, Tenn., Route 2, deceased this life Sept. 18, 1970. She joined the Straight Fork Baptist Church, August 25, 1945. Married to Oral J.J. Chambers, Pioneer, Tenn. Survivors are her husband, Oral J.J. Chambers, Pioneer, two sons, Lennie Chambers and Morris Chambers of Pioneer, Tenn., two sisters, Mrs. Don Litton, Indianapolis, Ind., Artie Mae Baird, Pioneer, Tenn., one brother, Bobby Baird, Pioneer, Tenn. She was the daughter of Lassie Adkins Baird and the late W.M. Baird. We feel our loss is Heaven's gain. === "West Union Association of United Baptists Minutes" - 1974 pg 18 Bunn, Ernest Larkin - 69, of Oneida, passed away in the Scott County Hospital Tuesday, December 11, 1973, after an illness of two years. He was the son of the late Larkin Bunn and the late Anna Webb Bunn. He was a member of the High Point Baptist Church. Survivors: wife, Nell Bunn of Oneida; two daughters, Mrs. Wilma Fancher of Huntsville, Ala., and Mrs. Novella Litton of Oneida; five sons, Glenn Bunn of Amherst, Ohio, Jack Bunn of Michigan, Bruce Bunn of Indianapolis; two sisters, Mrs. Andrew Smith of Las Vegas, Nevada and Mrs. Ernest Silcox of Oneida; 18 grandchildren. Funeral Services were conducted from the West Funeral Home Chapel at 10 a.m. Friday, with Rev. Dilmon Stanley and Rev. James E. Marcum officiating. Burial in the Webb Cemetery at Glenmary. West Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord. === "West Union Association of United Baptists Minutes" - 1975 pg 18 Jones, Minnie Sheppard - 82, of Rt. 3, Oneida, passed away Thursday morning, August 28, at the Scott County Hospital after a lengthy illness. She was the daughter of the late L. H. Sheppard and the late Florence Litton Sheppard and the widow of Dock Jones. She was a member of the West Oneida Baptist Church and it was through her dedication and devotion to God that she helped organize and build this church. Mrs. Jones retired as a teacher here in Scott County after many years of dedication and love for those whom she met and taught. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Agnes Douglas of Oneida; three sons, Ralph Jones and John Michael Jones of Oneida, and Rufus E. Jones of Somerset, Ky., four brothers, Homer Sheppard of Montgomery, Ala., Kenneth Sheppard of Los Angeles, Paul Sheppard of San Francisco, and Millard Sheppard of Oneida; ten grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 30, at the chapel of the Collins-Murley Mortuary in Oneida, with Rev. Jerry Eggenberger and Rev. Roy Blevins officiating. Burial was in the Litton Cemetery. Pallbearers were Paul Sheppard, Gary Stewart, Albert Bertram, Charles Bertram, Morris Shannon and David Bell. Collins-Murley Mortuary of Oneida was in charge of arrangements. === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Mar 23 1990 pg 7B Paul Franklin Lytton, 70, died Thursday at St. Anthony Medical Center. He was a retired self-employed truck driver. Survivors: friends, Fannie Manning and William F. Bogard, both of whom took care of him. Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday, McDaniel Funeral Home, 4339 Park Blvd., with burial in Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday. === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Apr 27 1990 pg B7 Jasper L. Litton, 67, of Shively, died Wednesday at the home of a son. He was a native of Corbin and a retired insurance representative for Independence Life Insurance Co. He was a member of Faith Chapel General Baptist Church, Masonic Lodge 204 in Sharonville, Ohio, and an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors: two daughters, Sandi Graf of Greenwood, Ind., and Catherine Kahl of Palmyra, Ind.; two sons, David B. Litton of Seymour, Ind., and Terry Litton; his mother, Amy Litton of Corbin; three sisters, Wilma Monhollen of Corbin, Bess Wyatt of Williamsburg and Ruth Brummett of Lawrenceburg, Ind.; five brothers, Verdon, Bill and Willard Litton, all of Corbin, Paul Litton of Independence and Ronald Litton of Lawrenceburg; and 11 grandchildren. Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday, Ratterman's-Southwest, 4832 Cane Run Road, with burial in Louisville Memorial Gardens West. Visitation from 3 to 9 p.m. Friday and after 10 a.m. Saturday. Expressions of sympathy: Hospice of Louisville or the church. === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - May 30 1990 pg B6 CORBIN -- Amy Litton, 92, died here Monday. Funeral, 2 p.m. Thursday, Hart Funeral Home. Visitation after 5 p.m. Wednesday. === "Louisville Courier-Journal" - Kentucky - Nov 6 1990 pg B4 Ray, Roy T. - 65, died Monday at Humana Hospital-Audubon. He was a native of Keavy and a retired machine operator for Globe Union Battery Co. He was an Army veteran of World War II and a member of First Freewill Baptist Church and Veterans of Foreign Wars. Survivors: his wife, the former Opal Litton; a son, Michael W. Ray; three daughters, Patricia A. Straub of Atlanta, Carol Hutchison and Deborah L. Ray; a brother, James Ray of Atlanta; a sister, Lorene Kidwell of Crossville, Tenn.; eight grandchildren; and a great-grand- child. Funeral: noon Friday, West-Murley Funeral Home, Oneida, Tenn. Burial: Laurel Dale Cemetery, Rugby, Tenn. Visitation: Arch L. Heady Okolona Funeral Home, 8519 Preston Highway, 1-9 p.m. Tuesday and at West-Murley Funeral Home, 4-9 p.m. Wednesday and noon to 9 p.m. Thursday. === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Mar 11 1991 pg B3 MOREHEAD -- Christine M. Litton, 72, died Saturday in St. Petersburg, Fla. Her husband, Sam, survives. Northcutt & Son Home for Funerals is handling arrangements. "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Mar 12 1991 pg B4 MOREHEAD -- Christine Boyd Litton, 72, died Saturday in St. Petersburg, Fla. Her husband, Junior, survives. Funeral, 3 p.m. Tuesday, Northcutt & Son Home for Funerals. === "The Baton Rouge Morning Advocate" - Louisiana - Aug 21 1991 pg A10 LITTON, MELL BAYNARD Died 7:20 p.m. Monday, Aug. 19, 1991. She was 78, a native of Alexandria and a lifelong resident of Baton Rouge. Visiting at St. Thomas More Catholic Church, 9:30 a.m. Wednesday until Mass of Christian Burial at 11 a.m., conducted by the Rev. Jerry Martin. Interment in Roselawn Memorial Park. Survived by two daughters, Mrs. Merl (Linda) Schexnaildre and Nancy Litton; six grandchildren, John, Mell, Jill, Amy, Litton and Meg Schexnaildre; a great-grandson, John Ross Schexnaildre; two sisters, Mrs. J.D. (Anne) Aymond and Mrs. Dudley L. ("Boots") Pope; and two sisters-in-law, May and Gladys Baynard. Survivors reside in Baton Rouge. Preceded in death by parents, Ludlow Buard and Mabel Henry Baynard; a son, Gilbert Dupre Litton; three brothers, Ludlow B., Joe Henry and William T. Baynard; and a sister, Mabel B. Martin. Pallbearers will be grandsons, John and Litton Schexnaildre; nephews, Chris Pope and Jay Aymond; and Paul Kelly and Jim Underwood. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to American Lung Association. Rabenhorst Funeral Home, 825 Government St., in charge of arrangements. === "Peoria Journal Star" - Illinois - Sep 13 1991 pg C8 Sunnyland _ Anna Marie Lutton, 64, of Ellsinore, Mo., formerly of Sunnyland, died at 4:40 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, 1991, in St. John's Mercy Hospital in St. Louis. Born June 26, 1927, in Spencer, Ind., to Horace and Olive Galimore Johnson, she married Robert Lutton on June 26, 1948, in Spencer. He survives, along with four sons, David Robert of Peoria, Wesley Arthur of Ellsinore, Michael Lee of Poplar Bluff, Mo., and Shawn Curtis of Manchester, Mo.; three daughters, Sandra Marie of East Peoria, Susan Kay of Cape Elizabeth, Maine, and Jennifer Lynn of Arnold, Mo.; 14 grandchildren; three brothers, Jim Johnson of Mooresville, Ind., Ross Johnson of Evansville and Silas Johnson of Fishers, Ind.; and one sister, Betty Abrell of Worthington, Ind. She was preceded in death by two brothers, one sister and one nephew. She was a member of Highview Christian Church in Washington. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at West & Parrish & Pedigo Funeral Home in Spencer, Ind. James P. Root will officiate. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 tonight, and two hours before the services Saturday, at the funeral home. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery in Spencer. Memorials may be made to the Shriners Hospitals for Crippled Children or United Cerebral Palsy. === "Telegram & Gazette" - Worcester, Massachusetts - Nov 9 1991 pg 23 DUDLEY - George J. Pluta, 89, of 7 Ellis St. died yesterday in Providence House Nursing Home, Worcester, after a long illness. He leaves his wife, Sophie V. (Nowicki) Pluta; four daughters, Irene S. Koszewski of Webster, Constance M. Gale and Esther T. Laster, both of Miami, Fla., and Charlotte I. Lytton of Nice, Calif.; a brother, Joseph Pluta of Belleview, Fla.; two sisters, Mary R. Johnson of Dudley and Amelia Moritz of Woburn; 12 grand- children; 23 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-granddaughters. He was born in Dudley, son of John and Julia (Denko) Pluta, and lived here all his life. He was a loom fixer for many years at the former Dudley Woolen Mills, retiring in 1969. During World War II, he was a foreman at the former Sterling Mills Inc. in Worcester. Mr. Pluta was a member of St. Andrew Bobola Church, and a member and longtime financial secretary of the Polish Cannoneers. The funeral will be held Wednesday from Sitkowski & Malboeuf Funeral Home, 340 School St., Webster, with a Mass at 10 a.m. in St. Andrew Bobola Church, 54 West Main St. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Webster. Calling hours are 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to Providence House Nursing Home, 119 Providence St., Worcester 01604 or St. Andrew Bobola Church, 54 West Main St., Dudley 01571. === "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" - Texas - Nov 13 1991 pg 19 WEATHERFORD - Jay M. Johnson of Weatherford, a cook, died Saturday at his home. He was 28. Graveside service will be at 10 a.m. today in Curtis Cemetery in Weatherford. Galbreaith-Pickard Funeral Home in Weatherford is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Johnson was born in Dallas and had lived in Parker County for three years. Survivors: Wife, Jo Beth Lytton Johnson of Weatherford; stepson, Raymond Walls of Weatherford; and father, Herschel Earl Johnson of Dallas. === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Jan 5 1992 pg B4 MOREHEAD -- Stella Mae Litton, 90, died here Saturday. Funeral, 2 p.m. Monday, Northcutt & Son Home for Funerals. Visitation after 2 p.m. Sunday. === "The Baton Rouge Advocate" - Louisiana - Jan 22 1992 pg C4 LITTON, GILBERT DUPRE Died Monday, Jan. 20, 1992, at his residence in Opelousas. He was 78, a former longtime resident of Baton Rouge and a native of Opelousas. He was an attorney in Baton Rouge and Opelousas and had extensive service in Louisiana government. Visiting at Sibille Funeral Home, Opelousas, 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday. Visiting at Epiphany Episcopal Church, Opelousas, 12:30 p.m. until religious services at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Burial in Bellevue Cemetery. Survived by wife, Elsie Stelly Litton, Opelousas; two daughters, Linda Schexnaildre and Nancy Litton, both of Baton Rouge; a brother, George Litton, Opelousas; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Preceded in death by parents, Ethel May and Isaac Litton; a sister, Ethel May Romagosa; a son, Gilbert Dupre Litton Jr.; and first wife, Mell Baynard Litton. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to LSU Alumni Fund or American Heart Association. === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Mar 24 1992 pg B6 RUSSELL SPRINGS -- Opal Litton, 67, Jamestown, died Monday in Somerset. Her husband, Phillip, survives. Funeral, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Bernard Funeral Home. Visitation after 5 p.m. Tuesday. === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Jun 11 1992 pg 4B Maxine L. Powell, 71, died Wednesday at Baptist Hospital East. She was a retired employee of Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Kentucky and a member of Lyndon Women's and Homemakers Club and Harvey Browne Memorial Presbyterian Church. Survivors: a daughter, Sandra Walker Kurtz of Chattanooga, Tenn.; two sons, Gregory and Scott Walker; three stepsons, Daryll Powell of Durham, N. C., and Dennis and Derrick Powell; two sisters, Audrey Groff of Scotts Depot, W. Va., and Naomi Williams; a brother, Buster Lytton of Charleston, W. Va.; 10 grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday, Ratterman's-Bardstown Road, 3800 Bardstown Road. Burial: Resthaven Memorial Park. Visitation: 3-5 and 7-9 p.m. Friday. Memorial gifts: WHAS Crusade for Children. === "Buffalo News" - New York - Jul 4 1992 Ms. Litten, 40, a former Niagara Falls resident, died Wednesday (July 1, 1992) in Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla., after a long illness. She graduated from LaSalle High School in 1969 and had worked at the Jet Port Restaurant and Howard Johnson's Restaurant on Main Street, before moving to Ormand Beach, Fla. Survivors include a son, Jason Wittcop, and her father, Charles Litten. NOTE: She had two obits, same paper same day, the other one: Services for Evelyn M. Litten, who had worked for two restaurants, will be conducted at 9 a.m. Monday in the Magaddino Memorial Chapel, 1338 Niagara St. Burial will be in Riverdale Cemetery, Lewiston. === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Oct 6 1992 pg B6 CORBIN -- Theaolla Litton, 74, Keavy, died there Monday. Her husband, Verdon, survives. Funeral, 2 p.m. Wednesday, Hart Funeral Home. Visitation after 5 p.m. Tuesday. === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Nov 25 1992 pg B4 Alleen K. McGinnis Litton, 80, of 1327 S. 43rd St., died Sunday at Clark Memorial Hospital in Jeffersonville, Ind. Survivors: three daughters, Dorothy Washington of Milwaukee and Delores McGinnis and Mary Humphrey; a brother, Carl Holmes; 20 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and 10 great-great-grandchildren. Funeral: noon Saturday, Shiloh Baptist Church, 1349 Catalpa St. Burial: Green Meadows Memorial Cemetery. Visitation: the church, 7-9 p.m. Friday. Arrangements: G. C. Williams Funeral Home. === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Jan 15 1993 pg B5 WHITLEY CITY -- Emma Jane Litton, 84, formerly of Whitley City, died Wednesday in Cleveland. Funeral, 2 p.m. Saturday, McCreary County Funeral Home. Visitation after 6 p.m. Friday. === "The Press-Enterprise" - Riverside, California - Feb 11 1993 pg B7 Mary V. Litten, 87, died Saturday of brain-stem failure at Hemet Convalescent Center. McWane Family Funeral Home in Hemet handled the arrangements. Mrs. Litten, who was born in Columbus, Ohio, lived in Hemet for nine years. She was a homemaker. She is survived by her daughters, Kathryn Gabriel of Hemet and Beverly Burch of Warsaw, Minn.; six grand- children; four great-grand-children; one great-great-grandchild; and sister, Virginia Nickolson of Washington. === "The Kansas City Star" - Missouri - Jul 25 1993 pg B6 RAYMOND LITTEN Raymond Litten, 92, San Bernardino, Calif., formerly of Kansas City, died July 22, 1993, at a hospital in San Bernardino. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Montecito Memorial Park Chapel, Loma Linda, Calif.; burial in Montecito Memorial Park Cemetery, Loma Linda. Mr. Litten was born in Gentry County, Mo., and lived in this area before he moved to San Bernardino 30 years ago. He formerly worked for the Jackson County Sheriff's Patrol. Survivors include his wife, Frances Litten of the home; three sons, Larry Pool, Corona, Calif., Vernon Wood, Santa Ana, Calif., and Jerry Wood, Warrensburg, Mo.; a daughter, Andrea Orona, San Bernardino; a sister, Rema Pratt, Kansas City, North; 13 grandchildren; and great-grandchildren. === "Seattle Post-Intelligencer" - Washington - Sep 29 1993 pg D6 LUTTON: Stuart L., 37, of Seattle, Sept. 21. === "Buffalo News" - New York - Oct 27 1993 pg A7 Carl J. Litten, a retired railroad employee, died Tuesday (Oct. 26, 1993) in Mount St. Mary's Hospital, Lewiston, after a long illness. He was 87. Litten, of Fox Avenue, was born in Clearfield, Pa., and attended schools there. He had lived in the Town of Niagara since 1948 and worked as a machinist for the Niagara Junction Railroad for 23 years, retiring in 1971. His wife, the former Minnie Bank, died in 1980. Surviving are a son, Carl E. of the Town of Lewiston; four daughters, Betty Anthony and Alice Hughes, both of Niagara Falls, Louise Cusick of Sanborn and Lillian Elmore; 28 grand-children; 42 great-grandchildren; and several great-greatgrandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday in Grimes Funeral Home, 7311 Porter Road. Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery, Lewiston. === "Dayton Daily News" - Ohio - Dec 3 1993 pg B3 LITTON, Ocie E., 87, of Dayton, Tuesday. Services 11 a.m. Saturday, Mount Olive Baptist Church. (H.H. Roberts) === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Dec 6 1993 pg B6 CORBIN -- Paul E. Litton, 73, died here Saturday. Funeral, 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Hart Funeral Home. Visitation after 6 p.m. Monday. === "Rocky Mountain News" - Colorado - Jan 2 1994 pg A101 HARRY J. LITTEN, 75, of Parker died Dec. 27 at Porter Memorial Hospital. Services were Dec. 28 at Horan and McConaty Family Chapel on Colorado Boulevard. Burial was in Alamosa Cemetery. Mr. Litten was born Nov. 24, 1918, in Alamosa. He was a meat department manager for King Soopers and a member of Masonic Lodge 44, AF&AM, and Nisei Post 185 of the American Legion. Mr. Litten also was an artist who specialized in painting and woodcarving. He is survived by three brothers, Lloyd of Alamosa, Wayne of Englewood and Jack of Bethany, Conn. Contributions: Porter Hospice, 2525 S. Downing St., Denver 80222. === "The Baton Rouge Advocate" - Louisiana - Jan 6 1994 pg D12 LITTON, YVONNE MARTIN Died 5:20 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 4, 1994, in Marrero. She was 72, a native of Acy and a resident of Marrero. She was a retired Ethyl Corp. secretary, with 38 years of service. Visiting at Ourso Funeral Home, Gonzales, 5 to 10 p.m. Thursday and 8 a.m. until religious services at 11 a.m. Friday, conducted by the Rev. Jimmy Headrick. Interment in New River Baptist Cemetery. Survived by two daughters and sons-in-law, Bobbie and Darryl Falgout, Marrero, Debra and Michael Fedric, Baton Rouge; a sister, Peggy Townley, Baton Rouge; two brothers, Roland Martin, Prairieville, and Myer Martin, French Settlement; two grandchildren, Jack Friley and Jared Fedric; and two great-grandchildren, Nicholas and Kelly Friley. Preceded in death by husband, R.L. Litton; parents, Sam and Myrtle Johnson Martin; a sister, Doris Headrick; and two brothers, Grady and W.H. Martin. === "The Orange County Register" - California - Jan 7 1994 pg B8 Thelma Coleman Stull, 86, of Costa Mesa, a retired ambulance dispatcher, died Dec. 30. Private services. Arrangements by Harbor Lawn Memorial Park Mortuary, Costa Mesa. Survived by her daughter, Martha Wagner; son, Harry Litten; and six grandchildren. === "Pittsburgh Post-Gazette" - Pennsylvania - January 29, 1994 pg B5 LUTTON, Vesta L., 97, of Brookline, died Jan. 28. Frank F. DeBor Funeral Home, Brookline. === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Mar 13 1994 pg B11 MOUNT STERLING -- Robert W. Letton, 54, died Friday in Lexington. His wife, Gerre, survives. Funeral, 2 p.m. Monday, Eastin-Taul Funeral Home. Visitation after 4 p.m. Sunday. === "Dayton Daily News" - Ohio - Mar 22 1994 pg B2 SIDNEY: Basil "Buzz" Litton, 63, of 333 E. North St., Monday. Private services. (Cromes) === "Peoria Journal Star" - Illinois - Oct 30 1994 pg C14 WASHINGTON -- Catherine E. Briggs, 82, of 309 S. Church St. died at 2:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 28, 1994, at Methodist Medical Center in Peoria. Born Sept. 14, 1912, in Raton, N.M., to Edward Garnett and Rena Letton Woodbridge, she married Ted C. Briggs on Oct. 31, 1936, in Florence, Colo. He survives. Also surviving are one son, Robert Woodbridge Briggs of Washington; and two grandchildren. One son, Charles Edward Briggs, one brother and one sister preceded her in death. She attended Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., and graduated from the University of Iowa, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She was a social worker in Otero County, Colo., and in LaJunta, Colo. She was a member of Washington Presbyterian Church, where services will be at 11 a.m. Monday. The Rev. Bob Meyer will officiate. Visitation will be one hour before services at the church. Cremation will be accorded after the service, and burial of cremains will be at a later date. Arrangements are by Mason- White Funeral Home in Washington. Memorials may be made to her church or the YWCA in Peoria. === "Pittsburgh Post-Gazette" - Pennsylvania - May 2 1994 pg B6 SZYJKO, LaVerne Grohs Lutton, 69, of Bridgeville, died April 30. S.B. Fryer Funeral Home, Bridgeville. === "Seattle Post-Intelligencer" - Washington - May 7 1994 pg B2 LYTTON: Orbin F., 79, of Seattle, May 1. === "The Kansas City Star" - Missouri - May 13 1994 pg C4 WILLIAM D. LUTTON - William D. Lutton, 73, Sugar Creek, died May 11, 1994, at the Independence Regional Health Center. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Carson Independence Chapel; burial in Mount Washington Cemetery. Friends may call from 7 to 8:30 p.m. today at the chapel, where American Legion services will be at 8 p.m. Mr. Lutton was a lifelong area resident. He was a shipping clerk for Gill Studios Inc. from 1949 to 1979. He was an Army Air Forces veteran of World War II and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. Survivors include three cousins. === "Seattle Post-Intelligencer" - Washington - Aug 19 1994 pg C4 LUTTON: William F., 41, of Seattle, Aug. 14. === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Aug 19 1994 pg B6 DRAKESBORO -- Jessie B. Litton, 88, died Wednesday in Greenville. Funeral, 1 p.m. Saturday, Tucker Funeral Home, Central City. Visitation after 5:30 p.m. Friday. === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Sep 17 1994 pg A11 MARTIN -- William Harold Litton, 64, died here Friday. His wife, Cathleen, survives. Funeral, 1 p.m. Sunday, Hall Funeral Home. Visitation after 8 a.m. Saturday. === "The Fort Worth Star-Telegram" - Texas - Oct 4 1994 pg 17 NOCONA - James William "Bill" Lutton, a retired minister, died Saturday at a Nocona nursing home. He was 81. Funeral will be at 10 a.m. today at First Baptist Church. Burial will be in Nocona Cemetery. Arrangements: Scott- Morris Funeral Home in Nocona. Mr. Lutton was born in Sherman and retired in 1986. He had pastored churches in Wills Point, Houston, Huntsville, Weatherford, Azle, Arlington and Bonita. Mr. Lutton was founder and principal fund-raiser of Grace Bible College in Jamshedpur, India, and had conducted many tent revivals in Texas and two preaching trips to Jamaica. Survivors: Wife, Daurice Lutton of Nocona; son, James W. Lutton Jr. of Nocona; two daughters, Barbara Lambrite of Huntsville and Carolyn Neighbors of Krum; three grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Alice A. Maas === "Dayton Daily News" - Ohio - Nov 26 1994 pg B2 LITTEN, Josephine, 93, formerly of Phillipsburg, Friday in Elkhart, Ind. Graveside services 2 p.m. Sunday, Mote Cemetery, Pitsburg. (Kreitzer, Arcanum) === "Sun-Sentinel" - Ft. Lauderdale, Flordia - Jan 4 1995 pg B6 Lytton - Dr. Joseph, of Miami Beach, FL died January 2, 1995. Levitt-Weinstein/Blasberg Memorial Chapel. === "Lancaster New Era" - Pennsylvania - Jan 10 1995 pg B3 James D. Lutton, a professional actor and co-founder of the Tin Bin craft store in Neffsville, died Monday at Moravian Manor, Lititz, after a long illness. He was 64. A resident of 1986 Park Plaza, he was the husband of Jo Ann Kunkel Lutton. They were married 31 years last June. In 1973 he and his wife established the Tin Bin, an 18th-century lighting shop in Neffsville. They stocked the shop with a variety of lamps, lanterns and candle sticks, as well as items made by nearly 400 craftsmen. Previously, he worked for more than 20 years as associate editor of Standard & Poors Corp., with offices at Science Press in Ephrata. A professional actor, he held an actor's equity card and performed at Pocono Playhouse, Hilltop Theater in York, and Mount Gretna Playhouse and on the Borscht circuit in the Catskills. He served as president of the Lancaster Little Theater from 1952 to 1953. He wrote and produced a play, "The Happiness Maker," at the Fulton Opera House in the 1960s. Lutton performed in local productions of the Lancaster Little Theater and in Armstrong World Industries industrial shows. He also starred at the Fulton in "The Tender Trap" and "Mary, Mary" and performed in "Christmas Carol." In 1965, Lutton received best actor honors from the Lancaster Theater Arts Association for his work in "The Tender Trap." He was a member of Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity. Born in Lancaster, he was the son of the late Joseph Usher Barry Paget and Miriam Bair Lutton. A lifelong resident of Lancaster, he attended Millersville University and was active in its theater arts program. He was a 1950 graduate of McCaskey High School. Surviving besides his wife are two daughters, Sally Jo, wife of Michael A. Lehman of Maytown, and Susan Paget of Lancaster; one grandson; a sister, Marian L. Dommel of Lancaster; and a brother, J. Barry of Lancaster. === "The Kansas City Star" - Missouri - Feb 26 1995 pg B6 H.B. LYTTON Mr. H.B. Sandy Z Lytton, 83, Raytown, Mo., died Friday, February 24, 1995, at the Lee's Summit Community Hospital. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Monday, February 27, at the Newcomer Floral Hills Chapel; burial Floral Hills Cemetery. Friends may call 7-8:30 p.m. Sunday at the chapel. Memorial contributions may be made to the Lee's Summit Community Hospital. Mr. Lytton was born on December 16, 1911, in Osceola, Mo. but had lived most of his life in the Kansas City Area. He had been a Kansas City, Mo. policeman for several years in the late thirties and early forties. He was the owner and operator of his own painting company before he retired in 1977. He was a member of the First Baptist Church, Raytown, Mo. Much of his happiness was derived from his family and fishing. He was preceded in death by his wife, Retha P. Lytton, in 1984. Survivors include one son and daughter-in-law, Kenny and Bonnie Lytton, and two grandchildren, K. Dean and Jill M. Lytton, all of Lee's Summit, Mo. === "The Orange County Register" - California - Apr 1 1995 pg B7 Carol Howland Litten, 84, of Temecula and formerly of Laguna Hills, a retired teacher at Annandale School, died March 24. No services. Arrangements by Cremation Society of Riverside County, Hemet. Survived by her sons, Leslie, of Temecula, and Larry, of Massachusetts; and two grandchildren. === "Intelligencer Journal" - Lancaster, Pennsylvania - May 1 1995 pg B3 Edna M. Graham, 74, formerly of Columbia, died Saturday at St. Anne's Home, Columbia, following a lengthy illness. She was the wife of the late Paul Bonager and the late Donald C. Graham Sr. Born in Ohio, she was a daughter of the late Lewis and Bessie Lutton Harshman. Mrs. Graham was a homemaker. She is survived by four daughters, Shirley Freet of Columbia, N.J., Paulette Markey of York, Charlotte Del Rosi of Columbia and Deanne Snell of York; four sons, Nelson Bonager of East Prospect, Robert Bonager of Ambridge, Dean Graham of Red Lion and David Graham of Mountville; 14 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Gerald Rainey and Margaret Harris, both of Ohio; and two brothers, Floyd Harshman and Fred Harshman, both of Ohio. === "Sun-Sentinel Ft. Lauderdale" - Florida - Jun 11 1995 pg B6 LITTEN - Irwin, 67 of Atlantic City, NJ died June 7, 1995. Levitt-Weinstein/Blasberg Memorial Chapels. === "Pittsburgh Post-Gazette" - Pennsylvania - Sep 15 1995 pg C9 LUTTON, John G., 73, of Patterson, formerly of Chippewa, Sept. 13. Lutton-Chippewa Funeral Home, Beaver Falls. === "Pittsburgh Post-Gazette" - Pennsylvania - Nov 1 1995 pg B5 LYTTON, Charles Walton, 86, of Upper St. Clair, died Oct. 28. Beinhauers Mortuary, Peters. === "Buffalo News" - New York - Dec 26 1995 - pg E8 CHARLES G. LITTEN Litten, 79, died Sunday (Dec. 24, 1995) in Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center after a brief illness. He was born in West Decatur, Pa., and most recently lived in Shady Rest Home for Adults. Litten served in the U.S. Army. He worked at Kimberly-Clark Corp. for 25 years before working as a caustic engineer for 26 years at Occidental Chemical Co. He retired in 1983. His wife, Evelyn Starr Litten, died in 1983. Survivors include three brothers, Bill and Cecil , and Harry of Pennsylvania; a sister, Florence "Peg" of Pennsylvania; and a grandson. {Milleville}. === "Dayton Daily News" - Ohio - Jan 24 1996 - pg B2 LITTEN, Richard L., Cpl., U.S. Army, 66, formerly of Versailles, Tuesday in Angola, Ind. Services 10:30 a.m. Friday. (Bailey Zechar, Versailles) === "The Daily Oklahoman" - Oklahoma - Jun 4 1996 pg 9 LETTON Rose Marie Gorman, born in Okarche, Ok. on Nov. 10, 1919. She died in OKC on June 1, 1996 at Deaconess Hospital, after a short illness. She married Chief Gunners Mate Irwin N. Letton on May 21, 1942, who preceded her in death on July 22, 1981. She was also preceded by her father, John Patrick Gorman; her mother & stepfather, Ethel Gorman Steele & Leslie Steele. She is survived by her sister, Georgia Banta of Lawton, Ok; 4 nieces, 2 nephews, 5 great nieces, 7 great nephews & 1 great-great niece. She was especially close to her great niece, Leslie S. Johnston. The family would like to thank her friend and neighbor, Hortense Baker, and the nurses in Deaconess CCU for all their kind and loving care. Our Aunt Rose will be remembered for her unceasing devotion to animal welfare and her unique spice for life. As Aunt Rose would say, "We don't say goodbye, just see ya later." Memorials may be made to the Free to Live Pet Sanctuary, PO Box 130072, Edmond, Ok 73013-0072. Services will be held at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, June 4, at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church with interment to follow at Rose Hill Cemetery. === "The Des Moines Register" - Iowa - Nov 26 1996 pg 7 Betty J. Jenkins, 71, of Ames died of a heart attack Saturday at home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Stevens Memorial Chapel. Burial will be in Story Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Mrs. Jenkins lived in Ames all her life and had been an assembly worker at Bourne's Inc. for 18 years and an Avon sales representative more than 20 years. She had also been a crossing guard and was a member of Moose Lodge, American Legion Auxiliary and Order of the Eastern Star. Among survivors are two sons, Gary Lytton of State Center and Jim Lytton of Monroe City, Mo.; a stepson, Faron Jenkins of Webster City; a daughter, Judy Quadlander of Austin, Texas; a brother, Charles Gilbert of Ames; eight grand-children; and four great-grandchildren. Friends may call all day today at the funeral chapel, where the family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. === "Dayton Daily News" - Ohio - Jan 5 1997 pg 2B LITTEN, Ruth D. (Goodyear), 87, of Phillipsburg, of Greenville, Saturday. Graveside services 1:30 p.m. Monday, Verona Cemetery. (Kindred-Barnes, Englewood) === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Feb 16 1997 Frances Irene Crowder, 57, of Belle died Feb. 15, 1997, in Memorial Division, CAMC, after a short illness. She was a member of Belle Church of the Nazarene, a native of Ward, and a 34-year resident of Belle. Surviving: husband, Dan Crowder daughters, Joanna Jalbert of Maryland, Sandra Mullins of Lizemores, Sally Hudson of Cabin Creek, Martha Young and Mary Litton, both of Belle; brother, John Persinger of Lexington; eight grandchildren. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday at Fidler & Frame Funeral Home, Belle. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Mar 4 1997 Alkol - Ruby Bailey, 73, of Alkol, Lincoln County, died March 2, 1997, in Memorial Division, CAMC, Charleston, after a long illness. She was a homemaker. Surviving: sons, Norman of Dale City, Va., Kenneth and Samuel, both of Alkol daughters, Shirley E. Miller of Alkol, Shelva J. Troll of Silver Spring, Md., Naomi Bunting of Foster sisters, Murlene Bailey of Silver Spring, Maggie June Litton of Streetsboro, Ohio brother, Egbert Miller of Williamson 15 grandchildren 13 great-grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at Stevens Funeral Home, Madison, with the Rev. John Hager officiating. Burial will be in Miller Cemetery, Alkol. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Mar 22 1997 Margaret Faye Dawson Litton, 77, of Charleston died March 20, 1997, in Memorial Division, CAMC, after a long illness. She was a homemaker, a graduate of Charleston High School and a lifelong resident of Charleston. Surviving: son, Thomas Clyde of Marceline, Mo. daughters, Peggy Ann Litton of Silver Spring, Md., Peaches Litton Bagan of Wellington, Fla. sisters, Madeline Dawson Mathes of Charleston, Ruth Dawson Dotson of South Charleston two grandchildren. Private memorial service will be at a later date. There will be no visitation. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to a charity of choice. Barlow-Bonsall Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "Buffalo News" - New York - Mar 26 1997 pg A8 John D. Bulka Sr., an employee of the Carbide Graphite Group, died Sunday (March 23, 1997) in DeGraff Memorial Hospital, North Tonawanda. He was 37. Bulka, of Cayuga Drive, was born in Niagara Falls and, in 1977, graduated from LaSalle High School. He had worked in the graphite department of the Carbide Graphite Group on Packard Road for eight years. Bulka enjoyed woodworking, painting, hunting and fishing. Survivors include his wife, the former Peggy M. Litten; his mother, Patricia Cascio of Niantic, Conn.; a son, John Jr.; a daughter, Jamie; three brothers, Stephen of Waukesha, Wis., Joseph and Peter II; and three sisters, Barbara Austin of Ransomville, Patricia Kaler of Houston and Kathleen Cianchetti. A Mass of Christian Burial was offered today in St. John de LaSalle Catholic Church. Burial was in Riverdale Cemetery, Lewiston. === "The Kansas City Star" - Missouri - Apr 1 1997 pg B4 Leonard Litten Dilley, 75, Wellington, MO, passed away Monday, March 31, 1997, at Lafayette Regional Health Center, Lexington, MO. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Thursday, April 3, at the First Baptist Church, Wellington, MO; burial will be in Wellington City Cemetery. Friends may call 12 noon-8 p.m. Wednesday, April 2, at Snow Funeral Home, Wellington, MO. Memorial contributions may be made to First Baptist Church, Wellington. (Arrangements: Snow Funeral Home, Wellington, MO) === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Apr 18 1997 Spencer - Harley Lee Goodwin Sr., 62, of Spencer, formerly of Charleston, died April 17, 1997, at home after a short illness. He was born at Ward. He was a retired traffic engineer for the city of Charleston, an Army veteran and a Baptist. He was a 10-year resident of Roane County. Surviving: wife, Jannett Rose Litton Goodwin; sons, Harley Lee Jr. of Sissonville, Willard Mark of Walton; daughters, Debra Lee Goodwin of Evans, Sandra Lee Goodwin Harrison of Goldtown, Susan Lee Goodwin Thaxton of Wolf Pen, Denise Lee Goodwin Combs of Buffalo; brothers, J.B. of Cleveland, Ohio, Charles Lee of Charleston, Carrol Ray of Birch Run, Mich.; sisters, Darley Marcella Nelson of Bancroft, Linda Ann Sherrick of Charleston; 15 grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Sunday at John H. Taylor Funeral Home, Spencer. Burial will be in Mount Lebanon Cemetery, Harmony. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "Harrodsburg Herald" - Kentucky - May 1 1997 Mrs. Ollie Blevins Kidd, 101, of Trisler Lane, Junction City, died Tuesday, April 22, 1997 at her residence. Born March 2, 1896, in Wayne County, she was a daughter of the late Alfred and Ellen Litton Blevins and the widow of Oscar Kidd. She was a homemaker and a member of Junction City Baptist Church. Survivors include: three daughters, Nola Flynn of Junction City, Linnie Short of Stanford, and Cleora Westerfield of Danville; two sons, Alfred Kidd of Harrodsburg and Billy Kidd of Bardstown; one brother, Garr Blevins of Jamestown Tenn.; 37 grandchildren; 74 great grandchildren; and 13 great great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by five children, Robert, Everett, Jesse, Chester and Letha Kidd. Services for Mrs. Kidd were held Friday, April 25, at Preston-Pruitt Funeral Home in Danville by Rev. Paul Bunger and Rev. Earl Burnside. Burial was in Buffalo Springs Cemetery in Stanford. Pallbearers were Rex, Mark, Mike, Tim, and Bobby Kidd, Roger Cannada, Charlie Flynn, and Ronnie Short. Honorary pallbearers were Jim, David, Bill and Carrol Flynn, Allen Kidd, Ricky Cannada and Donnie Short. === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Jun 16 1997 ORLANDO, Fla. - Thomas R. Burns Sr., 53, of Orlando, formerly of Charleston, W.Va., died June 9, 1997, in Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, after a short illness. He was a Mason, a Vietnam War veteran, a member of the Scottish Rite Lodge and a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School, Charleston. Surviving: son, Tom Burns Jr. of Charleston; sisters, Helen Maxwell of Rand, W.Va., Phyllis Litton of Charleston. Service will be 7:30 p.m. Monday at Elk Funeral Home Chapel, Charleston, with Pastor Richard A. Fleischman officiating. A private graveside service will be held at a later date. Friends may call one hour prior to service at the funeral home. === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Jun 18 1997 Beckley - Richard Lee "Dick" Lytton, 66, of Beckley died June 15, 1997, at home after a long illness. He was a native of Columbus, Ohio, a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School, an Army veteran of the Korean War, former owner of Bypass Esso, a retired employee of Bolt Specialty Corp. with 20 years' service, and a member of United Methodist Temple, Moose Lodge 1606, Beckley, and the Fraternal Order of Police. Surviving: wife, Nancy Chaffin Lytton; son, Richard Lee Jr of Valrico, Fla.; daughter, Sharon Lytton Croy of Princeton; four grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Thursday at United Methodist Temple with the Rev. Dan Johnson and the Rev. Michael Atkinson officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at Melton Mortuary and one hour prior to service at the church. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to either United Methodist Temple Building Fund, 3871 Robert C. Byrd Drive, Beckley, W.Va. 25801, or to a charity of choice. === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Jun 27 1997 Sherri Lee Litton, 45, of Rand died June 25, 1997, at home after a short illness. She was a dental technician, a Baptist, a member of Rand Volunteer Fire Department and a junior assistant Brownie leader. Surviving: husband, Tim Litton; son, Robert Siemiaczko of Dunbar; stepdaughters, Shirley Renee, Misty Marie, Christy Sue and Rebecca Litton, all of Rand; mother, Patricia Muriel Davis of Front Royal, Va.; sister, Sandra Gwinn of Front Royal; brother, James Davis of Sherman, Texas. Service will be 2 p.m., Sunday at Fidler & Frame Funeral Home, Belle, with the Rev. Wayne Cogar officiating. Burial will be in Holly Grove Cemetery, Paint Creek. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Saturday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the American Cancer Society or to Kanawha Hospice Care, 1143 Dunbar Ave., Dunbar, W.Va. 25064. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "The Morning Herald" - Hagerstown, Maryland - Jul 1 1997 Waterfall, Pa. - Harry D. Palmer, 75, of Star Route 3, died Sunday, June 29, 1997, at Fulton County Medical Center, McConnellsburg, Pa. Born March 22, 1922, in Erie, Pa., he was the son of the late George and Bertha Palmer. He was employed as a representative for the Christian Record Braille Foundation for 16 years. He was a veteran of World War II, serving with the U.S. Army. He was a member of Needmore Seventh-day Adventist Church, where he served as an elder. He was a member of the National Society of Poets, and Mount Aetna Volunteer Fire Co. in Hagerstown, where he served as president for 11 years. He is survived by his wife, Madeline J. Kenerson Palmer, whom he married Sept. 22, 1957; nine children, Maredith Torres of Glendale, Calif., Trisha Poland of Calico Rock, Ark., Donna Horton of New Bern, N.C., Joyce Lytton of Lilburn, Ga., Debbe Palmer of Sanbornton, N.H., Sandi Higgins of West Palm Beach, Fla., Harry D. Palmer Jr. of Slidell, La., Karen Henry of Randolph, N.J., and Lisa Greenawalt of Harrisburg, Pa.; one grandson, Jesse Palmer, who is being raised in the Palmer home; one sister, Rita Titus of Erie, Pa.; 23 grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two sisters and three brothers. Services will be held Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. at Needmore Seventh-day Adventist Church in Needmore, Pa. David Elliott, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Pocasset Hill Cemetery in Tiverton, R.I. Friends may call at M.R. Brown Funeral Home in Hustontown, Pa., today from 7 to 9 p.m. and at the church Wednesday 30 minutes prior to the service. === "The Baton Rouge Advocate" - Louisiana - Aug 6 1997 pg A10 LITTON, JAMES GEORGE A retired mechanic and truck driver with Baton Rouge Marine Contractors and resident of Bayou Corne, he died at 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 4, 1997, in Thibodaux. He was 75 and a native of Trenton, Tenn. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and a member of International Longshoreman's Association Local No. 3033. Visiting was at Ourso Funeral Home, Donaldsonville, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday. Visiting at the funeral home chapel 8 a.m. until religious services at10 a.m. Wednesday, conducted by the Rev. Randy Nichols. Interment in St. Jules Cemetery, Belle Rose. Survived by wife, Yvonne Cedotal Litton, Bayou Corne; three daughters and three sons-in-law, Ruth and Davis Landry, Bayou Pigeon, Susan and Lindsey Blanchard and Kay and Michael Domingue, all of Bayou Corne; seven grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Preceded in death by parents, Bennie and Polkie Gorden Litton; and a sister, Joanne Wilson. Pallbearers will be Lindsey Blanchard, Mike Domingue, Davis Landry, Aubrey Cedotal, Brad Blanchard and Nicholas Blanchard. === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Sep 2 1997 Ripley - Erwin "Doc" Litton, 56, of Ripley died Aug. 31, 1997, at home after a long illness. He was an Army veteran and an employee of Ravenswood Aluminum. Surviving: wife, Carolyn Sue Litton; son, Michael of Bessemer City, N.C.; daughter, Sherry Quick of Ripley; mother, Maxine Rogers of Staats Mill; sisters, Eileen Fisher of Dalton, Ohio, Sandy Fisher of Massillon, Ohio; brother, Eldon of Staats Mill; three grandchildren. Graveside service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday in Siniaville Cemetery, Staats Mill, with the Rev. Mike Norris officiating. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. today at Vail Funeral Home, Ripley. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Sep 19 1997 Concord, N.C. - Martha Anderson, 59, of Concord, formerly of Charleston, W.Va., died Sept. 17, 1997, at home. She was a graduate of Stonewall Jackson High School, Charleston, and former part-owner of A&W Root Beer. Surviving: husband, Joseph; daughters, Kathy Boyce of Shinnston, W.Va., Dani Williams of Kannapolis, Nancy Doyle of Locust; brothers, W.W. Litton of Surfside, S.C., Keith Litton of Parkersburg, W.Va.; four granddaughters; one great-grandson. Service will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Keller Funeral Home, Dunbar, W.Va., with the Rev. Richard McGuire officiating. Burial will be in Grandview Memorial Park, Dunbar. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Hospice of Cabarrus County, P.O. Box 1235, Concord, N.C. 28026. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "Fayetteville Observer" - North Carolina - Nov 4 1997 Red Springs -- Mrs. Margaret Lytton McGoogan, 80, of 906 W. Second Ave. died Sunday in Hermitage Retirement Center in Lumberton. Mrs. McGoogan taught vocational home economics at Angier High School, Red Springs High School and Raeford High School. She operated the Photo Shop. A graveside service will be conducted at noon Wednesday in Alloway Cemetery by the Rev. Ken Goodrich. Mrs. McGoogan is survived by a son, William C. McGoogan of Red Springs; two sisters, Catherine Altman of Lake Junaluska and Evelyn Lewis of Gastonia; and three brothers, Coit Lytton, Kenneth Lytton and Charles Lytton, all of Gastonia. The family will receive friends tonight from 7 to 9 at Red Springs Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Red Springs Presbyterian Church, 115 N. Vance St., Red Springs, N.C. 28377. === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Dec 18 1997 Birch River - Ollie Ralph Asbury, 80, of Birch River, Nicholas County, died Dec. 17, 1997, in Braxton County Memorial Hospital, Gassaway, after a short illness. He was a retired miner from Consolidation Coal Co. near Clarksburg, an Army veteran of World War II, and a member of VFW, Gassaway, Masonic Lodge 130, Strange Creek, American Legion Post 31, UMW, and Scottish Rite Bodies, Clarksburg. Surviving: wife, Helen M. Litton Asbury; daughters, Patsy Shannon and Peggy Kelly, both of Melbourne, Fla., Debra Holcomb of Sutton; son, Edmon Ralph of Gallant, Ala.; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Friday at Greene-Robertson Funeral Home, Sutton, with the Rev. Charles Cook officiating. Burial will be in Floral Hill Memorial Gardens, Mount Clare. Friends may call two hours prior to service at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to a charity of choice. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Dec 30 1997 Myrtle Litton Beulike, 87, of Charleston died Dec. 28, 1997, at home after a long illness. She was a housewife, a member of Central United Methodist Church, Ladies Oriental Shrine Court 77, and Eastern Star Chapter 88, a former president of Breezemont Garden Club, former Girl Scout leader, and a former volunteer with Kanawha Valley Hospital. Surviving: son, Edward of Charleston; sister, Marie L. Erwin of Charleston; brother, Clyde Litton of Washington; three grandchildren. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Bartlett-Burdette-Cox Funeral Home, Charleston. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "Independent Herald" - Onida, Tennessee - Feb 19 1998 pg 12 LITTON, ELMER JR. - 72, of Oneida, Tenn., died February 13, 1998, at Scott County Hospital. Born in Scott County, Tenn., February 19, 1925, be was the son of the late Elmer and Lydia Marcum Litton. In addition to his parents, he was preceded also in death by one infant brother. He was a member of First Baptist Church of Oneida. He is survived by his wife, Eva Litton; one daughter, Penny Woods and husband, Charles of Oneida; one sister, Juanita Chambers; one nephew, Denny Chambers; one great-nephew, Carter Chambers, all of Oneida; four aunts: Martha Marcum of Covington, Ky., Delcie Marcum, Laura Posey, and Charity King, all of Oneida; and many other relatives. Funeral services were conducted February, 17, 1998, at First Baptist Church with the Rev. Phillip Kazee officiating. Interment followed in Litton Cemetery. West-Murley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. === "The St. Augustine Record" - Florida - Mar 31 1998 Phoebe Rogers, 96, St. Augustine, died March 29, 1998, at her home. She was born in Skelton in Cleveland, Yorkshire, England, and she had resided here since 1979, moving to St. Augustine from Fort Lauderdale. She was a member of Trinity Episcopal Parish, and she was a volunteer at Flagler Hospital. She was a member of Trinity's St. Elizabeth Guild, and she was active in the choir at the church. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. Friday at Trinity Episcopal Church. Burial will be at a later date at the Shady Lane Cemetery. Flowers are gratefully declined, and those wishing may make a contribution, in her memory, to Trinity Episcopal Church, 215 St. George St., St. Augustine, 32084; or to Hospice, 1400 Old Dixie Hwy., Suite A, St. Augustine, 32086. She was preceded in death by her husband, Leland Curtis Rogers Sr., and one son, Richard W. Maddock. Survivors include two daughters, Jean Rogers, Juanita Lytton, both of St. Augustine; one son, Leland Curtis Rogers Jr., Hixson, Tenn.; nine grand- children and six great-grandchildren. Craig Funeral Home is in charge. === "Akron Beacon Journal" - Ohio - May 19 1998 Danny Schlagenhauser, 45, died May 17, 1998. He had been an area resident all his life. He is survived by wife, Marcella; daughter, Dawn Holmes; son, Daniel; stepchildren, Billie, David, John, and Richard Preston, all of Akron; grandchildren, Dustin Kaltwasser, Matthew Lytton, David Preston; mother, Audrey Schlagenhauser; brothers, Robert and Michael; sisters, Evonne Black and Barbara Schlagenhauser; many nieces and nephews. Friends may call today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the Schlup-Pucak Funeral Chapel, Kenmore Boulevard at Eighth Street, where funeral services will follow at 8:30 p.m. with Rev. Rick Rodgers officiating. Burial will be at the convenience of the family. (Schlup-Pucak, 745-3131) === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - May 31 1998 Columbus, Ga. - Clairfay Bradley, 73, of Columbus died May 29, 1998, in Oak Manor Nursing Home, Columbus. She was a homemaker, member of Wayside United Methodist Church, Vienna, W.Va., and was born in Ripley, W.Va. Surviving: son, J.D. Bradley of Columbus; sister, Myrtle Miller of Ravenswood, W.Va.; brothers, Folie D. Litton of Charleston, W.Va., Flao Litton of Cross Lanes, W.Va.; one grandchild. Graveside service will be 1 p.m. Monday at Shinn Cemetery, Fairplain, W.Va. Vail Funeral Home, Ripley, is in charge of local arrangements. Striffler-Hamby Mortuary, Columbus, is in charge of arrangements. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "Observer-Reporter" - Washington, Pennsylvania - Jun 6 1998 Eva Litten Benjamin Clerk at Mather post office Eva "Sis" Litten Benjamin, 91, of First Street, Mather, died at 6:40 p.m. Friday, June 5, 1998, in Greene County Memorial Hospital. She was born May 22, 1907, in Smithfield, a daughter of Harvey and Martha Ella Moody Litten. Mrs. Benjamin lived most of her life in Greene County, where she was a homemaker and a clerk at the Mather post office. She was a member of Mather Christian Church and a Sunday school teacher. Her husband, Cliffe Benjamin, died in 1964. Surviving are four grandchildren, Vickie Cooley of Lake Worth, Fla., Lori Hutchinson of Graysville, Terri Litten of East View and Joni Cole of Waynesburg; seven great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandson. Deceased are two sons, David R. "Pete" Litten and Charles "Gene" Nichols. === "Observer-Reporter" - Washington, Pennsylvania - Jun 26 1998 Martha Litten Teacher was active in church choir Martha Harbaugh Litten, 81, of Mather, died Thursday, June 25, 1998, in Greene County Memorial Hospital, Waynesburg. She was born April 7, 1917, in Mill Run, a daughter of Joseph and Gertrude Stull Harbaugh. Mrs. Litten graduated from Jefferson High School in 1936 and from Waynesburg College. She also attended Penn State University and California State College. She was a retired school teacher for the Jefferson-Morgan School District for more than 26 years. She was a lifelong resident of Mather and a member of the Carmichaels Christian Church, having served as the choir director. For a time she also directed the choir at Mather Christian Church. She sang for weddings and enjoyed playing the piano. Mrs. Litten was a member of the Greene County Retired Teachers' Association, Pennsylvania State Education Association and the National Education Association. She was the former secretary of the Dry Tavern Lions Medical Center Association. On June 15, 1946, she married H. Dewey Litten, who survives. Also surviving are a son, Wayne Litten of Mather; two granddaughters, Jodi Litten of Waynesburg and Jaime Litten of Mather; a sister, Dorcas Moore of Baden; a brother, John Harbaugh of Greensburg and several nieces and nephews. Deceased are four brothers, Joe, Phil, Paul and Mark Harbaugh. === "Independent Herald" - Oneida, Tennessee - Jul 2 1998 pg 12 Neely, Opal - 84, of Oneida Tenn., died June 27,1998, at the Scott County Hospital in Oneida Tenn. Born in Scott County, Tenn. August 16, 1913, she was the daughter of the late James C. and Ellen Litton Kidd. In addition to her parents, she was preceded also in death by her first husband, Arnold Blevins, her, second husband, John B. Neely; one sister, Bessie Mae Kidd; two daughters: Ilah Blevins Lloyd and Phylis Blevins Shoopman; and one Donna Neely Ray. She was a member of White Pine Baptist Church. She is survived by two sons: Bruce Blevins of Oneida, and Dwight Blevins and wife, Betty, of Grand Junction, Colo.; one daughter, Doris Blevins Neely and husband, Fred, of Dalton, Ga.; two stepsons: Tony Neely and wife, Janie, of Crossville, Tenn., and Joe Neely and wife Jane of Columbus City, Ind.; one step- daughter, Bonnie Orick and husband, Frank of Robbins, Tenn.; two sisters: Ruby Waters of Oneida, and Wilma Monroe of Cincinnati, Ohio; three brothers: Estel Kidd and wife, Josephine of Oneida, Carmel Kidd and wife, Irene, of Louisville, Ky., and Arthur Kidd and wife, Ann, of Cincinnati, Ohio; 12 grandchildren, two good friends, Wanda Smith and Denise Chambers and numerous other relatives. Funeral service was to be conducted July 1, 1998, in the chapel of Jones and Son Funeral Home with Rev. Dwight Blevins officiating. Interment was to follow in Rossier Cemetery. Jones and Son Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. === "Independent Herald" - Onida, Tennessee - Aug 27 1998 pg 14 LOWE, EUGENE FRANCIS, Master Sergeant - 62, of the Ditney Trail community, died August 17, 1998, at East Tennessee Baptist Hospital in Knoxville, Tenn. Born in Scott County, Tenn., October 2, 1935, he was the son of the late Tom and Anna Lowe. In addition to his parents, he was preceded also in death by five brothers: Audney, Raymond, Tommy, Ernest, and Harvey Lowe; and one infant son, Gary Lowe. He was a member of Five Black Gum Baptist Church, and a retired Untied States Army veteran, have served his country for 20 years. He is survived by his wife, Iva Lee Lowe; two daughters: Debbie Houde of Wyoming, and Sandy Robbinson of Arkansas; two sons: Rick Lowe of Lebanon, Tenn., and Brian Lowe of Selina, Ohio; four step-children: Starlette Lay of the Ditney Trail community, Twani Litton of Huntsville, Starlin Ray Bowling, and Timothy Bowling, both of the Straight Fork community; one sister, Ruby Botts of Annadell, two brothers: George Lowe of Lakeland, Fla., and Bob Lowe of Lexington, Ky.; 13 grandchildren, several nieces, nephews, and many other relatives. Funeral service was conducted August 20, 1998, in the chapel of West-Murley Funeral Home with Rev. Ben Lay and Rev. Tom Owens officiating. Interment followed in Chambers Cemetery with full military honors conducted by Fort Campbell, Ky., Honor Guard. West-Murley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. === "Independent Herald" - Oneida, Tennessee - Aug 27 1998 pg 14 Coffey, Dudley - 92, of Stearns, Ky., died August 24, 1998, in Somerset, Ky. Born in Oneida, Tenn., September 2, 1905, he was the son of the late William and Etta Litton Coffey. In addition to his parents, he was preceded also in death by one son, Bennie Coffey; one daughter-in-law, Mary Coffey; three brothers, two sisters, and two grandchildren. He retired from Stearns Coal & Lumber Company in 1987, and was selected as Coal Miner of the Year in 1992. He was of the Baptist faith. He is survived by his wife, Gertie Taylor Coffey of Stearns, Ky.; four sons: Hoyt Coffey and wife, Betty, of Muncie, Ind.; Kenneth Coffey and wife, Bernice, of Wichita, Kan.; and William "Doc" Coffey, and Larry Coffey and wife, Michelle, all of Stearns, Ky.; two daughters: Phyllis Ferrara and husband, Peter; and Jewelene Dobbs and husband, Ellard, all of Stearns; 12 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, and one great-great grandchild. Hickman Strunk Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Funeral service was to be held August 26, 1998, at Hickman Strunk Funeral Home in Whitley City, Ky. Interment was to follow in Litton Cemetery in Oneida. === "Independent Herald" - Oneida, Tennessee - Sep 10 1998 pg 16 Chitwood, Henry Clay - 75, of Oneida, died August 24, 1998, at the Scott County Hospital. Born in Scott County, Tenn., July 2, 1923, he was the son of the late Ernest and Georgia Litton Chitwood. In addition to his parents, he was preceded also in death by one sister, Virginia Autry. He was a member of Highway Baptist Church and Oneida Masonic Lodge #695. He is survived by his wife, Wilma Brannon Chitwood; two sons: Rick Chitwood and wife, Nancy of Powell, Tenn., and Scott Chitwood and wife, Madolyn of Winchester, Tenn.; two sisters: Ernestine Stamper and husband, Andy of Mansfield, Ohio, and Bernette Bell of Vandalia, Ohio; one brother, Richard Chitwood and wife, Doris of Vandalia, Ohio; four grandchildren, two special nephews, Jake Autry and Donald Bell, both of Oneida; several nieces, nephews, and many other relatives. Funeral service was conducted August 26, 1998, in the chapel of Jones and Son Funeral Home with Rev. Lonnie Smith officiating. Music was provided by Paul and Joel Chitwood. Graveside service was conducted August 27, 1998, at James Litton Cemetery, Oneida. Jones and Son Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. === "Chicago Daily Herald" - Illinois - Oct 13 1998 Jane Litton of Lisle A memorial service for Jane Litton (nee Nicholson), 92, of the Devonshire in Lisle, formerly of Naperville, will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, at Knox Presbyterian Church, 1105 Catalpa Lane, Naperville. Born Nov. 15, 1905, in Beardstown, Ill., she died Saturday, Oct. 10, 1998, at Edward Hospital in Naperville. Interment will be private. Mrs. Litton had been a resident of Naperville since 1964, having previously lived in Oak Park. She was a 1927 graduate of Knox College in Galesburg with a B.S. degree. Mrs. Litton had been a member of the Fair Oaks Presbyterian Church in Oak Park for 23 years before becoming a member of Knox Presbyterian Church in Naperville in 1964. She was a member of the Naperville Garden Club and P.E.O. Chapter C-G in Oak Park. She had done lots of volunteer work through church and various school P.T.A.'s. She is survived by her sons, David (Anne) Litton of Jensen Beach, Fla. and Howard (Connie) Litton of Naples, Fla.; daughter, Jeanne (David) King of Little Rock, Ark.; sister, Marion Neal of Bloomington, Minn.; 10 grand- children; and 15 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Howard in 1965. Memorial's in Mrs. Litton's name may be made to the American Heart Association, 208 S. LaSalle St., Suite 900, Chicago, Ill. or to Knox Presbyterian Church. Arrangements were made by Beidelman-Kunsch Funeral Home, Naperville. For information, (630) 355-0264. === "The Kentucky Post" - Covington, Kentucky - Oct 31 1998 Rev. Bill Stith , 54, of Covington, died at 1:50 p.m. Thursday at St. Elizabeth Medical Center North in Covington. He was a lay pastor for Beecher Presbyterian Church, Lawrenceburg, Ind., and the former pastor at Belleview Baptist Church, Boone County, and Immanuel Baptist Church, Covington. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church of Covington. Survivors include his wife, Linda Letton Stith; daughters, Cindy Stith of San Francisco and Lori Stith of Covington; sons, Al Stith and David Stith, both of Covington; his father, George L. Stith of Fort Thomas; and a sister, Ramona Welch of Reynoldsburg, Ohio. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. today at First Presbyterian Church of Covington. The body was donated to the University of Cincinnati Medical School. Memorials are suggested to First Presbyterian Church of Covington, 1400 Highland Ave., Covington, Ky. 41011. Stith Funeral Home, Florence, is handling arrangements. === "The Evansville Courier" - Indiana - Nov 1 1998 Ann T. (Litten) Skiles, 52, of Newburgh, died Friday afternoon of cancer at her home. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary. Surviving are her husband, James "Ed"; two daughters, Trish Rumble of Evansville and Sandy Barnes of Newburgh; two brothers, Harry Litten Jr. of Endeavor, Pa., and Jack Litten of Streetsboro, Ohio; and six grandchildren, Nici, Sami and Tori Rumble, Chelsea Skiles, and Logan and Keria Barnes. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at Alexander Newburgh Chapel, with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Monday and from 11:30 a.m. to service time Tuesday at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Hospice or to the American Cancer Society. === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Dec 3 1998 BUFFALO - Drema Sue Kimble Litton, 41, of Buffalo, Putnam County, died Dec. 1, 1998, in General Division, CAMC, after a long illness. She was a native of Huntington. Surviving: husband, Kevin; sons, Andrew P. and Jeremy N. Litton, both at home; daughter, Sarah K. Litton at home; parents, Paul G. and Lula Kimble of Inwood; sister, Paula A. McMasters of Martinsburg. Service will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Matics Funeral Home, Clendenin, with the Rev. Douglas McComas officiating. Burial will be in Serls Cemetery, Glen. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday and one hour prior to service at the funeral home. === "The Commercial Appeal" - Memphis, Tennessee - Feb 1 1999 KENTON - Delores Finch Litton, 81, retired grocery store clerk, died of Alzheimer disease Saturday at her home. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Karnes Funeral Home with burial in Sunnyside Cemetery. She was a member of First United Methodist Church in Kenton. Mrs. Litton, the wife of Paul Litton, also leaves a son, Tommy Litton of Kenton; a sister, Mayfair Mullins of Clinton, Ky., and two grandchildren. === "Knoxville News-Sentinel" - Tennessee - Feb 2 1999 Coffey, Luke Edward - age 78, of Oneida, Tenn., passed away Sunday, January 31, at the Scott County Hospital in Oneida. Born in Oneida January 22, 1921. He was the son of the late Harry and Stella Litton Coffey. He was a member of the Bethlehem Baptist Church in Oneida and a charter member of the Oneida Lions Club. Luke was a longtime businessman, merchant, and active member of the community. He owned and operated several businesses in the community including Oak Grove Grocery and Quick Shop Foods as well as real estate interest including the development of the Ponderosa Estates in Oneida. He was known for his work in many advancements for Scott County. He was elected as a member of the Scott County Board of Commissioners for approximately 20 years during which time he served as Scott County Judge Pro-Temp for several years. He had served as chairman of the Scott County Hospital Board and the Scott County Airport Board as well as many other committees. His special interest was in the education of Scott County's children. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by one sister, Wilma Coffey Stanley. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Rosa Lee Coffey; a daughter, Barbara Strunk and husband, Johnny; a son, Dr. Bruce Coffey and wife, Rose Mary, all of Oneida; four grandsons, John Christopher Strunk of Memphis, Tenn., David Kenton Strunk of Harrogate, Tenn., Brandon Lucas Coffey of Johnson City, Tenn. and David Alexander Coffey of Oneida. He also leaves many other relatives and friends. Funeral service will be conducted Tuesday, February 2, at 8 p.m. in the chapel of Jones & Son Funeral Home with Rev. John Shepard and Rev. Phillip Kazee officiating. Interment service will be conducted Wednesday morning at 10:30 a.m. at Carson Memorial Park with Rev. Lon Chenowith and Rev. Chester Morgan officiating. The family will receive friends Tuesday evening from 6 until time of the funeral service at 8 p.m. Jones & Son Funeral Home of Oneida is in charge of the arrangements for Luke Edward Coffey. === "Haverford College Class News" - Pennsylvania - Class News, Summer 1999 Clyde Lutton, 54, a former English and history teacher who co-owned an event planning and corporate communications business in Columbia, MD, died of liver cancer February 4, 1999, at his home in Fulton, MD. He and his wife, Charlotte, founded The Events Organization in 1987. Earlier, he taught at the Woodward School for boys and Maret School, and he was involved in commercial real estate sales. He was a native of Butler, PA. He came to the Washington area after graduating from Haverford. At Haverford, he was captain of the golf team and was in the drama club. In subsequent years he was involved in fund-raising programs and class reunions. He was class chairman and a member of the Haverford College Alumni Council, and had three times received the Alumni Cup for outstanding performance in fund- raising. He also acted and handled stage lighting for the Silver Springs Stage, a theater group. In addition to his wife, survivors include a brother, Peter R. Lutton of Prospect Heights, IL, and his stepmother, Elise D. Lutton of Lake Worth, FL. === "Peoria Journal Star" - Illinois - Feb 13 1999 WASHINGTON -- Robert P. Lutton, 74, of Ellsinore, Mo., formerly of Washington, died Thursday, Feb. 11, 1999, at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. Born June 6, 1924, in Anderson, Ind., to John A. and Mildred Laine Lutton, he married Anna Marie Johnson. She died in September 1991. Two brothers and one sister also preceded him in death. Surviving are three daughters, Sandra Marie Lutton of East Peoria, Susan Kay Lutton of Cape Elizabeth, Mo., and Jennifer Lester of DeSoto, Mo.; four sons, David, Wesley and Michael, all of Ellsinore, and Shawn of Ozark, Mo.; four brothers, John of Arizona, Richard and Edward, both of Michigan, and William of Indiana; 19 grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. He was a World War II Army veteran. He worked at Caterpillar Inc. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at West & Parrish & Pedigo Funeral Home in Spencer, Ind., where visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be in Riverside Cemetery in Spencer, where military rites will be accorded. === "The Commercial Appeal" - Memphis, Tennessee - Feb 16 1999 MARTIN - Marie Moody Litton, 76, homemaker, died of heart disease Saturday at Methodist Healthcare Volunteer Hospital-Martin. Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. today at East Side Cemetery. Murphy Funeral Home has charge. Mrs. Litton, the widow of Harry Litton, leaves three sons, Harry Litton Jr., Ronnie Catanzaro and Charles Richard Litton, all of Martin, and a brother, William H. Moody of Batesville, Miss. === "Chattanooga Times" - Morgan Co, Tennessee - Feb __ 1999 LITTON, WILLIAM 'BILL' L. 58, of Hixon, Tn., formerly of Oakdale, died Feb. 16, 1999. He was the son of the late Robert and Lorene Bingham Litton. Survivors, wife - Carolyn K. Litton, daughter, Jennifer Litton, sisters; Bobbie McBrayer and Brenda Honeycutt; brother, Charles L. 'Chuck' Litton. Burial in Chattanooga National Cemetery. === "Opelousas Daily World" - Opelousas, Louisiana - Mar 1999 Lafayette - Funeral services for Dr. Jerome J. Romagosa, 81, will be held Monday at a 10 a.m. at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church here. Burial will be in the St. John Cemetery Mausoleum. Dr. Romagosa, a resident of Lafayette, died Thursday, March 11, 1999, at 7:03 p.m. at his Lafayette residence. The Rev. Msgr. Elmo Romagosa and the Rev. Edward Romagosa, S.J., the Rev. Thomas Kamenski, the Rev. Michael Champagne and the Rev. Msgr. Glen J. Provost will conduct the services. Giftbearers will be David Romagosa Sr., John Romagosa and Ann Romagosa. Marie Romagosa, Ann Romagosa and Dave Romagosa will be lectors. Judy Landry, accompanied on the organ by Jason Romagosa and Dave Romagosa, will sing for the service, "Pie Jesu," "The Lord's Prayer and "Ave Maria." Survivors include: two sons, David Jerome Romagosa Sr. and his wife Mary Shirer Romagosa, of Lafayette, and John Litton Romagosa and his wife Marie Begnaud Romagosa of Cecilia; one daughter, Ann Louise Romagosa of Ft. Collins, Co.; seven grandchildren, Jennifer Leigh East, David Jerome Romagosa Jr., Nicole Marie Romagosa; Elise Achee Romagosa, Natalie Ann Romagosa, Jerome Joseph Romagosa II, and Christopher Shirer Romagosa; two great-grandhildren, Brittany Leigh East and Bailey Elizabeth East; and one brother, the Rev. Msgr. Elmo L. Romagosa, a retired priest of the Archdiocese of New Orleans living in Waveland, Miss. He was preceded in death by his wife, the former Ethel May Litton Romagosa, known as "Kizzy" by her family and friends, and his parents. Mr. Romagosa was born on June 2, 1917 in Thibodeaux. He was the son of the late Lawrence Gabriel Romagosa, a native of Lafourche Parish, and the former Lydie Elodie Achee, a native of Labadieville. He served as captain in the U.S. Army from which he was honorably discharged. He graduated from the Louisiana State University School of Medicine in 1943 and began his medical practice as a "horse and buggy" doctor in Opelousas before becoming a board certified radiologist and later a board certified radiation oncologist. Dr. Romagosa did post graduate work at Tulane University in New Orleans, M.D. Anderson in Houston, the Curie Foundation in Paris. the Royal Marsdon in London, the Christie Hospital in Manchester and the St. Luke's in Dublin. He was the first physician to use penicillin in Louisiana, was the first doctor to use radioactive cobalt in the treatment of cancer in Southwest Louisiana and was the first physician in Acadiana to perform a surgical implant of radioactive cesium. After a distinguished career as a radiation oncologist, Dr. Romagosa retired in 1983. Following his retirement the Romagosa Radiation Oncology Center was named for him. After a short lived retirement, he founded Hospice of Acadiana, where he served as the volunteer medical director for more than 10 years. During his 57 year career, Dr. Romagosa practiced as a general practitioner, a radiologist, a radiation oncologist and a mental health physician. Dr. Romagosa received a number of special honors during his long career. In 1985, President Reagan invited him to the White House where he was honored as an Outstanding Senior Volunteer at a special ceremony held in the Rose Garden. That same year he was named the Humanitarian of the Year by the Louisiana Cattle Festival Association and received the Skip Blair Memorial Award, which was presented by the Mental Health Association of Lafayette. In 1986, Dr. Romagosa was honored as an Acadiana Volunteer Activist at a special ceremony and later that year was selected to be a part of a special U.S. Delegation to the People's Republic of China composed of Specialists in Radiation Oncology. Bishop Harry Flynn honored him in 1989 as an outstanding servant of the poor; in 1992 President Bush named Dr. Romagosa as one of the "2000 Points of Light", giving him special recognition and inviting him to tour Air Force One and in 1998, the Louisiana State Medical Society presented him with the Wyeth-Hearst Award for outstanding community service. Dr. Romagosa was affectionately called "PaPa Buddy" by his grandchildren. He authored a children's novel, La Fitte's Stowaway, for his grandchildren, which was later published and sold to the general public. He was also a syndicated columnist for the "Sunday Advertiser" where his "Medical Essays" appeared for the last fifteen years. In addition to two novels and his "Medical Essays", Dr. Romagosa has authored countless professional papers and has been a frequent lecturer for various community and professional groups. Memorial contributions in Dr. Romagosa's name may be made to Hospice of Acadiana, 2600 Johnston St., Suite 200, Lafayette, La. 70503. A wake service will be held Sunday at 6 p.m. in the funeral home. Visiting hours will be observed from 4 to 9 p.m. today and from 8 a.m. until the time of services on Monday. Pallbearers are David Romagosa Jr., Craig East, Joseph Shirer Sr., George Litton, David Russo and Charles Soileau. Honorary pallbearers are Eugene Kraemer, M.D., Lawless Bourque, M.D., Federico Del Toro, M.D., Robert Martinez, M.D., W.I. Smith, M.D., Maitland DeLand, M.D., Charles Begnaud, Grace Lane Louise Cantrelle Smith, Matthew Stuller, Sr., and Nugier Perrodin. Martin & Castille Funeral Home Inc. of Lafayette is in charge of arrangements. === "The Commercial Appeal" - Memphis, Tennessee - Mar 2 1999 GRENADA - Gary Fate Westmoreland, 30, of Clarksville, formerly of Grenada, car salesman, died Saturday at Clarksville Memorial Hospital of a gunshot wound. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Garner-Harper Funeral Home in Grenada with burial in Gore Springs Cemetery. He leaves two daughters, Amber Nicole Westmoreland and Kathryn Marie Westmoreland, both of Jackson; his parents, Lewis H. Westmoreland III and Mary Catherine Litten Westmoreland, both of Clarksville; a brother, Clayton Westmoreland of Starkville, and his grandparents, Ruth A. Litten and Ralph J. E. Litten, both of Grenada and Mellie B. Westmoreland and Lewis H. Westmoreland Jr., both of Maryland. === "Omaha World-Herald" - Nebraska - Mar 2 1999 LUTTON-Claude D. "Dee", age 82, beloved husband, father and grandfather passed away on Sunday, Feb. 28, 1999. Attorney in Ashland, NE for over 50 years. Survived by wife, Margaret "Peg"; daughter and son-in-law, Susan and Ray Rodgers, Ponte Vedra Beach, FL; son and daughter-in-law, Richard and Johanna Lutton, Harrington Park, NJ; son and daughter-in-law, David and Susan Lutton, Ashland; grandchildren, Elizabeth, Jessica and Sara Lutton, Ashland, Emily, David and Margaret Lutton, Harrington Park, NJ; brother, Harold J. Lutton, Lincoln; sister and brother-in-law, Katherine and Joe Eagle, West Yellowstone, MT. Funeral service Wednesday, March 3, 1999, 11 am, First Congregational Church, Ashland, NE, Rev. Roy Paterik officiating. Family Committal 2 pm, Prospect Hill Cemetery, Elkhorn, NE. Visitation 4-6 pm Tues., at Marcy Mortuary. Memorials in lieu of flowers to National Parkinson Foundation, Inc., First Congregational Church or Ashland School Foundation. Marcy Mortuary Ashland, NE 402/944-3343 === "San Angelo Standard-Times" - Texas - Mar 5 1999 BALLINGER - Johnnie E. Dunn, 86, died Thursday, March 4, 1999, in a local nursing home. Service will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Rains-Seale Funeral Home Chapel with burial in Old Runnels Cemetery. He was born July 29, 1912, in Jones County and had been a lifetime resident of Ballinger. He was a self- employed carpenter and a member of the Avenue B Church of Christ in San Angelo. Survivors include his wife, Lola Lorene Nelson Dunn of Ballinger; a son, Earl Dunn of Ballinger; two daughters, Nora Tischler and Lola Jean Drummond, both of Winters; a brother, Sidney Dunn of San Angelo; four sisters, Elsie Wheeless, Mary Longest, Ruby Lutton and Edith Bradley, all of San Angelo; 10 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren. === "Evansville Courier & Press" - Indiana - Mar 25 1999 Edna D. Ashby, 87, of Evansville, died Tuesday afternoon at McCurdy Healthcare Center. She was a member of the Zoological Society and the East Side Christian Church. Surviving are a daughter, Deborah Wagemann of Evansville; two sons, Gregg Roos of Newburgh and James Brent Roos of Westminster, Colo.; a sister, Neva Lytton of Evansville; a brother, Elmer P. Roby of Evansville; seven grand-children; a great-grandchild; and nieces and nephews. Her husband, Gerald, died in 1997. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Alexander Funeral Home East Chapel, the Rev. James Bisch officiating, with entombment in Alexander Memorial Park mausoleum. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. === "San Angelo Standard-Times" - Texas - Mar 27 1999 KERRVILLE - John W. Litton Jr. 41, died Thursday, March 25, 1999, at his residence. Services are pending at Grimes Funeral Chapels. Jun 19 1999 KERRVILLE - John ``Buzzy'' Litton Jr., 41, died March 25, 1999. Memorial service will be at 6 p.m. Monday at Grimes Funeral Chapels. He was born Sept. 29, 1957, in Panama City, Republic of Panama. He was a certified welder and a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include his parents, John and Eugenia Litton of Kerrville; and two sisters, Peggy VanDusseldorp of Iowa and Kathleen Gilley of Florida. === "The Des Moines Register" - Iowa - Mar 29 1999 Aletha May Lytton, 85, of Winterset died of a heart ailment Thursday at Winterset Care Center North. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. today at Kale Funeral Home in Truro, with burial at Ebenezer Cemetery there. Mrs. Lytton was born in Osceola and had lived in Truro many years before entering the care center. She formerly owned and operated a produce house and a cafe in Truro. She was also a cook for the Congregate Meal Site and a member of First United Methodist Church. She is survived by a daughter, Karen Lytton, of Truro. === "St. Petersburg Times" - Florida - Apr 6 1999 Lytton, Gertrude L., 99, of Lecanto, died Saturday (April 3, 1999). Born in Gay, W.Va., she came here 18 years ago from Melbourne. She was a retired owner and operator of Lytton Grocery. She was a member of Hope United Methodist Church, Melbourne. Survivors include a son, Edwin H., Inverness; two daughters, Bernadine Steinmetz, Jasper, Texas, and Jacqueline Nicholas, Waynesboro, Va.; a brother, Charles C. Tolley, Inverness; 12 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren. Hooper Funeral Homes and Crematory, Inverness. "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Apr 7 1999 Lecanto, Fla. - L. Gertrude Lytton, 99, of Lecanto, formerly of Dunbar, W.Va., died April 3, 1999. She was retired operator of Lytton Grocery, Dunbar, and a member of Hope United Methodist Church, Melbourne. Surviving: son, Edwin H. of Inverness; daughters, Bernadine Steinmetz of Jasper, Texas, Jacquelin Nicholas of Waynesboro, Va.; brother, Charles C. Tolley of Inverness; 12 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Keller Funeral Home, Dunbar, with Pastor John A. Mason officiating. Burial will be in Grandview Memorial Park, Dunbar. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. === "Pittsburgh Post-Gazette" - Pennsylvania - Apr 18 1999 LUTTON, Helen Margaret, 97, of McCandless, formerly of Mount Washington, the North Side and McDonald, died April 1. H.P. Brandt Funeral Home, Ross. === "The Standard-Times" - New Bedford, Massachusetts - Apr 18 1999 LONDON -- Mary Lutyens, a prolific novelist, biographer, magazine writer and editor whose career spanned more than six decades, has died. She was 90. Lutyens, whose father was the well-known architect Sir Edwin Lutyens and whose maternal grandfather, the Earl of Lytton, was viceroy of India from 1876-1880, died April 9 in London. The cause of death was not announced in newspaper notices. Although she wrote 13 novels and excelled as an editor, she was most acclaimed for her biographies, including writings on her father's work, her parents' unhappy marriage and her grandfather. She also wrote a biographical series on the Indian religious teacher Krishnamurti, who was a spiritual adviser to her mother, and about art critic and social theorist John Ruskin and his wife Effie. One of her best known biographies, "Millais and the Ruskins," explored John and Effie's relationship with Sir John Everett Millais, the father of Pre- Raphaelite painting. It described the impact of Millais' love for Effie on the Ruskin marriage and its eventual collapse. "You so often have to write the book you want to read," The Daily Telegraph quoted her as having once said. Her autobiography, "To be Young," was published in 1959. Lutyens was born July 31, 1908 and was educated at Queen's College in London and in Sydney, Australia. She began her career as a fiction writer with the 1933 "Forthcoming Marriages," and wrote several novels before World War II. After the war, she wrote romance novels under the pseudonym Esther Wyndham. Although she continued to write novels into the 1970s, she began to focus on writing biographies in the 1960s. Lutyens was married twice, first to stockbroker Anthony Sewell from 1930- 1945, then to royal furrier and art expert J. G. Links in 1945. Links died in 1997. === "The Cincinnati Post" - Ohio - Apr 24 1999 William Letton, 68, of Forest Park, died Friday. Services: 11 a.m. Monday at Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church, Glendale. Visitation: 10 a.m. Monday at the church. Arrangements: Thompson, Hall and Jordan Funeral Home, Forest Park. === "The Commercial Appeal" - Memphis, Tennessee - May 10 1999 KENTON - Paul Litton, 83, retired plant operator, died of cancer Sunday at Gibson General Hospital in Trenton. Services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Karnes Funeral Home with burial in Sunnyside Cemetery here. Mr. Litton, the widower of Deloris Litton, leaves a son, Tommy Litton of Kenton, and two grandchildren. === "The Commercial Appeal" - Memphis, Tennessee - May 13 1999 HUMBOLDT - Hazel Katherine Shepherd, 86, homemaker, died of heart failure Wednesday at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Gibson County Memory Gardens. Shelton-Hunt Funeral Home has charge. Mrs. Shepherd, the wife of Joseph T. Shepherd, also leaves two daughters, Bobbie Holder and Francis McElligott, both of Jackson; two sons, James Troy Shepherd of Crystal Lake, Ill., and Robert Shepherd of Pasadena, Calif.; three brothers, Bud Litton of Tremble, Mack Litton of Trenton and Woodrow Litton of Waverly, 11 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren. === "The Des Moines Register" - Iowa - May 14 1999 Hazel Josephine Lytton, 87, of 1805 Pearl Drive, West Des Moines, died of complications of Alzheimer's disease March 5, 1998, at Ramsey Memorial Home in Des Moines. The body was cremated, and memorial graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Ebenezer Cemetery near Winterset. Mrs. Lytton was born in Brayton and had lived in Atlantic before moving to the Des Moines area in 1967. She was a retired caterer and a member of First Christian Church in Atlantic. Survivors include her husband, Wayne; two sons, Jan of West Des Moines and Robert Garside of Las Vegas; a sister, Grace Schoenthal of Des Moines; and five grandchildren. Kale Funeral Home in Osceola is handling arrangements. === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - May 22 1999 Floda Harper Litton, 83, of Charleston died May 20, 1999, in St. Francis Hospital after a long illness. She was retired owner of Harper's Grocery, Charleston, and a member of Davis Memorial Missionary Baptist Church. Surviving: son, Harold of Charleston; daughters, Monicia Knuckles of Charleston, Ollie Straton of Medina, Ohio, Evelyn Hoover of Barberton, Ohio; brothers, Harold Harper and Clarence Harper Jr., both of South Charleston; 16 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; seven great-great-grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Sunday at Davis Memorial Missionary Baptist Church, Charleston, with the Rev. Robert Fields and the Rev. Omar Rucker officiating. Burial will be in Shinn Cemetery, Fairplain. Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 6 to 9 pm. today at Cunningham-Parker-Johnson Funeral Home, Charleston, and one hour prior to service at the church. Carl N. Sloan === "Los Altos Town Crier" - California - May 26 1999 Jean Hutchinson Martin died May 14 at her Mountain View home. A native of Los Angeles, she was 79. Mrs. Martin was an office manager El Camino Hospital. She is survived by her husband, Donald E. Martin; children, John S., Robert D. and Richard G. Martin; siblings, Margaret Main and Ruth Lytton; and five grandchildren. Private family services were held. === "The Des Moines Register" - Iowa - May 31 1999 Wayne F. Lytton, 79, of 1805 Pearl Drive, West Des Moines, died of a heart ailment Friday at Mercy Hospital Medical Center. No services are planned. Burial is at Ebeneezer Cemetery near Truro. Mr. Lytton was born in Truro and had lived in Atlantic before moving to West Des Moines in 1967. He was a retired project supervisor for Baker Mechanical, a member of Plummer and Pipefitters Union and the Elks Lodge. He is survived by two sons, Jan Lytton of West Des Moines and Robert Garside of Las Vegas; five grandchildren; and a great- grandchild. Brooks Funeral Care is handling arrangements. === "St. Petersburg Times" - Florida - Jun 25 1999 LITTEN, MILDRED IRENE, 93, of Dunedin, died Thursday (June 3, 1999) at Manor Care Dunedin nursing home. She was born in Gaines, Mich., and came here from Flint, Mich. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Ozona-Palm Harbor, Palm Harbor. Survivors include a daughter, Donna Larobardier; a son, James M.; five grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Swartz Funeral Home, Flint, Mich. NOTE: Also published in same paper Jun 7 1999, the above had more details === "St. Petersburg Times" - Florida - Jul 27 1999 LITTEN, BETTE E., 60, of St. Petersburg, died Monday (July 26, 1999) at home. Born in New Hampshire, she came here in 1962 from Connecticut. She retired as an administrative assistant after 37 years with Allstate Insurance Co., St. Petersburg. She was Methodist. Survivors include a daughter, Lisa Samay, Pinellas Park; a son, Derek Litten, St. Petersburg; a stepdaughter, Wendy Owens, Muncie, Ind.; a stepson, Richard Litten, Sterling Heights, Mich.; a sister, Beverly Spencer, Hawaii; and six grandchildren. Gulfport Memorial Funeral Home. === "Crittenden Press" - Kentucky - Aug 1999 Abbie S. Braswell, 87, of Cincinnati, formerly of Livingston County, died Aug. 17 at Jewish Hospital in Kenwood, Ohio. Braswell served as president, secretary and treasurer of the National Executive Housekeepers Organization. She was a teacher and mail carrier in Livingston County for several years. She was a member of Birdsville Baptist Church and attended the Church of the Nazarene in Cincinnati. Surviving are a brother, Everett Edmonds of Livingston County; three nephews and seven nieces. Her parents were Albert Sidney and Anna C. Litton Edmonds. Funeral services were held Aug. 20 at Boyd Funeral Chapel at Salem. Burial was in Edmonds Cemetery. === "San Angelo Standard-Times" - Texas - Aug 24 1999 SAN SABA - Barbara Ann Gatliff Turner, 61, of Coleman and formerly of San Saba, died Sunday, Aug. 22, 1999, at her residence. Service will be at 2 p.m. today in Howell-Doran Funeral Home Chapel with burial in San Saba City Cemetery. She was born April 17, 1938, in San Saba. She was a nurses aide and a Baptist. Survivors include three sons, Billy Turner of Coleman, Charles Turner of Paris and Robert Askins of Mesquite; three daughters, Debra Litton of Coleman, Donna Coleman of Odessa and Margie Turner of Mesquite; 17 grand- children; and three great-grandchildren. === "The Commercial Appeal" - Memphis, Tennessee - Aug 25 1999 GRENADA - Dorris Ray Granholm, 73, retired Army drill instructor, died of cancer Monday at Grenada Lake Medical Center. Services will be at 11 a.m. today at Garner-Harper Funeral Home with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. He was a World War II and Korean War veteran. Mr. Granholm, the husband of Fredonia Litten Granholm, also leaves a son, Ralph Granholm of Grenada; a sister, Dot Vance of Greenwood; a brother, Walter Granholm of Logansville, Ga., and a grandson. The family requests that any memorials be sent to the American Cancer Society. === "The Commercial Appeal" - Memphis, Tennessee - Aug 27 1999 ROSA LITTON SPURGEON, 77, of Memphis, homemaker, died of cancer Thursday at Baptist Memorial Hospital East. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Leawood Baptist Church. Northridge/Woodhaven Funeral Home has charge. Mrs. Spurgeon, the widow of Roy David Spurgeon, leaves a daughter, Linda Cerasale of Rogers, Ark.; a son, Lee Litton of Dallas; a sister, Ruth Moore, and a brother, Britt Carter, both of Memphis, seven grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Sep 7 1999 RIPLEY - Eloise McClain, 72, of Ripley died Sept. 5, 1999, in Jackson General Hospital, Ripley, after a short illness. She was born in Jackson County. Surviving: son, Charles of Gay; brother, Willis Litton of Charleston; sister, Driorothy Hatcher of Vienna; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday at Vail Funeral Home, Ripley, with the Rev. Orville Walker officiating. Burial will be in Jackson Memory Gardens. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Hiram McCoy Sr. === "Sarasota Herald-Tribune" - Florida - Sep 17 1999 Donald L. Litten Sr., 74, Bradenton, died Sept. 15, 1999. He was born March 20, 1925, in Toledo, Ohio, and came to Manatee County 16 years ago from there. He was a retired heavy equipment operator for Ohio Operating Engineers in Toledo. He was a Navy veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Peggy; two daughters, Donna Clouser of Bradenton and Kristine McIntyre of Woodbury, N.J.; three sons, Donald Jr. of Warren, Ohio, and Harry and Tracy, both of Bradenton; seven grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today, with a service at 1 p.m. Saturday, both at Brown and Sons Funeral Home, 26th Street Chapel. Burial will be in Ellenton. Memorial donations may be made to American Cancer Society, 600 U.S. 301 Blvd. W., Suite 136, Bradenton, FL 34205. === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Sep 28 1999 Pineville - Hysel G. Litton, 88, of Pineville died Sept. 26, 1999, in a Princeton hospital after a long illness. He was a retired assistant district superintendent from Cabot Gas and a member of Pineville United Methodist Church. Surviving: half sister, Irene Milam of Sissonville; several nieces and nephews. Service will be 7:30 p.m. today at Calfee Funeral Chapel, Pineville, with the Rev. Dorcas Conrad officiating. Burial will be 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Osborne family cemetery, Clendenin. Friends may call 90 minutes prior to service at the funeral home. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "The Herald" - Rock Hill, South Carolina - Oct 5 1999 CHESTER - Mr. Hugh Lamar Campbell, 65, of 1516 A.A. Campbell Drive died Sunday, Oct. 3, 1999, at Providence Hospital in Columbia. The funeral will be 3 p.m. Wednesday at New Hope United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Chris Snelgrove officiating. Burial will be at the church cemetery. A native of Gaston County, N.C., Mr. Campbell was a son of the late Allen A. Campbell and Bessie Lytton Campbell. Mr. Allen was retired from Cone Mill in Carlisle. A graduate of Chester High School, Mr. Campbell was a member of New Hope United Methodist Church. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War. Surviving are his wife, Loreda Yarborough Campbell; his daughter, Nancy Lunsford of Chester; four brothers, Boyce Campbell and Ronnie Campbell, both of Chester, Jack Campbell of Gastonia, N.C., and Harold Campbell of Greenville; three sisters, Jewell Lathan and Barbara Strait, both of Chester, and Corrine Russell of Bessemer City, N.C.; his stepmother, Julia Campbell of Chester; and two grandchildren. The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 tonight at Barron Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to New Hope United Methodist Church, c/o Linda Grant, 2056 Baton Rouge Road, Chester, SC 29706. === "The Gaston Gazette" - Gastonia, North Carolina - Oct 12 1999 GASTONIA - Kenneth Glenn Lytton, 84, died Oct. 10, 1999, at home He was a native of Gastonia, son of the late Cullen L. and Hettie Sherrill Lytton, husband of the late Margaret Carpenter Lytton, brother of the late Lucile Feemster, Margaret McGoogan, James Lytton, graduate of Gastonia High School and Clemson University, Class of 1941, earned letter in riflemanship, did graduate work at UNC Chapel Hill in 1946, commissioned in Army as Second Lieutenant in 1941, assigned to 82nd Airborne Division, reassigned to 101st Airborne Division, in original cadre, served in 327th Glider Infantry Regiment, Headquarters Company, trained in England, part of Normandy Invasion and Battle of the Bulge in 1944, received European Theatre of Operations Medal with two Arrowheads for Normandy and Rhineland campaigns, two Bronze Stars for Ardennes-Alsace Campaign and Central Europe Campaign, American Theater Campaign Medal, American Defense Service Medal, Combat Infantry Badge and World War II Victory Medal, French Croix de Guerre with Palm Streamers, Belgium Croix de Guerre with Palm Streamers, Netherlands Orange Lanyard, 101st Presidential Unit Citation for Normandy and Bastogne, Purple Heart, electrical contractor, salesman and electrical consultant for General Electric Co., formed Fiber Controls in 1952, held numerous patents for textile machinery, known as Father of Belt Blending, member of First United Methodist Church, Separk Bible Class, United Methodist Men, American Legion, World War II Last Man Club of Gaston County, 101st Airborne Division Association, Carolina Chapter of 101st, Litten-Lytton-Litton Historical Association, Fort Campbell Historical Association and Le Mirador Country Club of Mont Pelerin, Switzerland, served on board of North Carolina Textile Foundation, former member of Kiwanis and Civitan clubs, Gaston Country Club, American Textile Machinery Association, N.C. Textile Association, S.C. Textile Association, Georgia Textile Association, Alabama Textile Association, International Textile Machinery Association, Western Carolina Industries, held private pilot’s license. SURVIVORS: Wife, Jane Land Lytton; children and spouse, Channon E. Lytton, Texas, Glenn E. and Mary E. Lytton, Brenda and Randy Street, Gastonia; brothers and sisters-in-law, Coit and Booie Lytton, Charles and Patty Lytton, Gastonia; sisters and brother-in-law, Catherine and Wilfred Altman, Lake Junaluska, Evelyn Lewis, Gastonia; stepchildren and spouses, Mark Freeman, Gastonia, Laurie and Charles Newlin, Snow Camp, Julie and Evan Setzer, High Point; grandchild, Jane Olivia Newlin; nieces and nephews FUNERAL: 11 a.m. Wednesday, First United Methodist Church, Dr. Joseph Seymour BURIAL: Gaston Memorial Park, full Military Honors by World War II Last Man Club of Gaston County VISITATION: 7-9 tonight, Ward Funeral Home PALLBEARERS: Pat Armstrong, Eulis and Mark Freeman, Roger Greene, Barry Kendrick, Bill Tench MEMORIALS: First United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 218, Gastonia 28053 "Times-News" - Burlington, North Carolina - Oct 12 1999 Gastonia - Mr. Kenneth Glenn Lytton, 84, of Gastonia, died Sunday, Oct. 10, 1999 at his home. A native of Gastonia, he was the husband the late Mrs. Margaret Carpenter Lytton and Mrs. Jane Land Lytton, who survives, and the son of Mr. Cullen L. Lytton and Mrs. Hettie Sherrill Lytton, both deceased. He graduated from Clemson University, and entered the U.S. Army as a second lieutenant in 1941. He served in the 101 Airborne Division, the 327th Glider Infantry, participated in the Normandy Invasion, the Battle of the Bulge and was one of the "Battered Bastards of Bastogne." For his military service, he received many decorations including the French and the Belgium Croix de Guerre with Palm Streamers, Netherlands Orange Lanyard, 101st Presidential Unit Citation for both Normandy and Bastogne, and the Purple Heart. After World War II, he worked with General Electric Co. In 1952, he formed Fiber Controls, which sold textile machinery worldwide. He was an active member of the First United Methodist Church in Gastonia. He was a member of the American Legion, World War II Last Man Club, the 101 Airborne Division Association, various civic organizations and textile associations. Survivors other than his wife include two sons, Mr. Channon E. Lytton of Texas and Mr. Glenn E. Lytton of Gastonia; two daughters, Ms. Mary E. Lytton and Ms. Brenda Street, both of Gastonia; two brothers, Mr. Coit Lytton and Mr. Charles Lytton, both of Gastonia; two sisters, Mrs. Catherine Altman of Lake Junaluska and Ms. Evelyn Lewis of Gastonia; stepson, Mr. Mark Freeman of Gastonia; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Laurie Newlin of Snow Camp and Mrs. Julie Setzer of High Point; and one grandchild. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Ms. Lucile Feemster and Ms. Margaret McGoogan; one brother, Mr. James Lytton. The funeral will be conducted at 11 a.m. Wednesday at First United Methodist Church by Dr. Joseph Seymour. Burial with full military honors by World War II Last Man Club of Gaston County, will be in Gaston Memorial Park. The family will be at Ward Funeral Home in Gastonia from 7 to 9 this evening. Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist Church, P.O. Box 218, Gastonia, N.C. 28053 === "The Baton Rouge Sunday Advocate" - Louisiana - Oct 17 1999 pg B11 Ohio pedestrian hit, killed crossing highway in BR A pickup struck and killed a 37-year-old man who tripped while trying to cross Siegen Lane early Saturday morning, a State Police Troop A spokesman said. Witnesses told police Charles W. Litton Jr., was running west across Siegen near the McDonald's and Interstate 10 about 12:30 a.m., Trooper Don Erwin said. Litton tripped and fell when he had made it about half way, Erwin said. Litton got back up and started running again - directly into the path of a southbound pickup, Erwin said. Litton of West Alexander, Ohio, died at the scene from his injuries, Erwin said. Witnesses said the driver, 22-year-old Michael Mulligan of Mandeville, had the green light and was not speeding. No charges were filed against Mulligan, Erwin said. Police suspect Litton may have been drinking and are waiting for the results of a blood alcohol test, Erwin said. "Dayton Daily News" - Ohio - Oct 17 1999 pg B8 Obituary: LITTON, Charles W. "Beaver," 37, of West Alexandria, Saturday in BatonRouge, La. (Barnes-Preble Memory Gardens, West Alexandria) "Dayton Daily News" - Ohio - Oct 19 1999 pg B5 LITTON, Charles W. Jr., 37, of West Alexandria, Saturday in BatonRouge, La. Services 11 a.m. Wednesday, Community Christian Church, West Alexandria. (Barnes, Eaton) === "The Daily Independant" - Ashland, Kentucky - Oct 21 1999 Irene A. Maynard, 78, of Ironton, died Tuesday in King's Daughters Medical Center. Mrs. Maynard was born April 8, 1921, in Ironton, a daughter of the late Elmer and Emma Pruitt Davis. She was a Pentecostal. Her husband, William J. Maynard; three sons, including an infant son, Albert Eugene Maynard and Glen Maynard; and a daughter, Wanda Maynard preceded her in death. Surviving are four sons, William D. Maynard of Columbus, John E. Maynard Sr. of Coal Grove, and Charles E. Maynard and Frank K. Maynard, both of Ironton; four daughters, Emma Jean Sharp of Willow Wood, Mary Jane Salyer of Columbus, and Alma G. White and Loretta J. Litton, both of Ironton; three brothers, Tracy Davis of Piqua, and Paul Davis and Merill Davis, both of Kansas City, Mo.; three sisters, Betty Pelphrey of Ironton, Loretta Sower of Piqua and Clara Waddell of South Point; 31 grandchildren; and 59 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Phillips Funeral Home in Ironton by the Rev. Bill Cade. Burial will be in Woodland Cemetery. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. === "The Daily Independant" - Ashland, Kentucky - Oct 22 1999 Virginia Ann Horton, 61, of Sandy Hook, died Wednesday at her home. Miss Horton was born Jan. 14, 1938, in Elliott County, a daughter of the late Lonnie and Mabel Litton Horton. She was a former employee of Case's Sewing Factory in Olive Hill and attended Church of Christ. Surviving are four brothers, Floyd Bronson Horton of Canton, Ohio, Don W. Horton and Carl Robert Horton, both of Sandy Hook and Larry W. Horton of Olive Hill; and two sisters, Hattie Marie Allen of Lawrenceville, Ill., and Margery Lula Katich of Canton. A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at Horton Family Cemetery. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today at Lewis & Ferguson Funeral Home in Sandy Hook. === "Scott County News" - Oneida, Tennessee - Nov 11 1999 pg 10 McDonald, Lula Maye - 88, of Oneida, passed away on Friday night, November 5, 1999 at Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge while recovering from surgery. She was the daughter of the late William H. Marcum and Louella Litton Marcum and was also preceded in death by her husband Herbert McDonald; two sisters, Grace Marcum and Moda Marcum; and two brothers, William J. Marcum and Claude V. Marcum. Mrs. McDonald was a graduate of the Oneida High School class of 1928 and attended the University of Cincinnati. She taught school at Niggs Creek for five years and then accepted the position of postal clerk at the Oneida Post Office in 1933. She retired from the postal services in 1976. Mrs. McDonald, who was a member of First Baptist Church of Oneida, is survived by one sister, Nina Leah Marcum Crabtree of Elgin, Ill,; several nieces and nephews; and other relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted on Tuesday, November 9, at 11 a.m. at the West-Murley Funeral Home chapel, with Rev. Keith Marcum and Rev. Philip Kazee officiating. Special music was provided by Kay and Jennifer Lincicome, Lula's niece and great-niece. Burial was in the Litton Cemetery in Oneida. West-Murley Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Nov 22 1999 Iva P. Burgess "Granny Counts" Counts, 92, of Chelyan died Nov. 21, 1999, at home after a long illness. She was the former owner and operator of Counts Grocery Store, Chelyan. She was a member of Little Creek Freewill Baptist Church, Chelyan, and a lifelong resident of Chelyan. Surviving: daughter, Vivian Lucas of Chelyan; sister, Cloa Litton of Houston; grandchildren, June Deweese and Joyce Lavender, both of Chelyan, Toney Lucas of Clendenin; seven great-grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at Little Creek Freewill Baptist Church, Chelyan, with the Rev. Jimmie Ryan, the Rev. Jack Suttle and the Rev. Johnny Helvey officiating. Burial will be in Montgomery Memorial Park, London. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at the church. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to Little Creek Freewill Baptist Church, HC 71, Box 219, Chelyan, WV 25041; Kanawha Hospice Care Inc., 1143 Dunbar Ave., Dunbar, WV 25064, or American Cancer Society, 2428 Kanawha Blvd. E., Charleston, WV 25311. Good Shepherd Mortuary, South Charleston, is in charge of arrangements. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "The Columbus Dispatch" - Ohio - Jan 15 2000 BISCHOFF Ruth S. Bischoff, age 78, of Plain City, joined her Lord and Savior in heaven on Thursday, January 13, 2000. She was a faithful servant of her Lord and family. Born October 2, 1921 in Washington C.H. She was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha and Omnicron Nu Honor Society at Ohio State University. She graduated in 1944 with a B.S. in Home Economics and then worked as head dietitian for 5 years at the OSU Dormitory Food Service. Ruth retired from elementary education in the Jonathan Alder School District in 1989 previously serving in the Jefferson Local (Gahanna) and Washington Local (Dublin) School Districts. Preceded in death by parents John and Ada (Dale) Schoonover and brother Jack Schoonover. Survived by daughters, Barbara Bischoff of Bowie, Md. and Susan (Gary) Hostetler of Plain City; 3 beloved grandsons, Michael, John and David; sister, Violet (Bob) Lytton of Kalamazoo, Mich. Funeral 11 a.m. Monday at Northwest Chapel, 6700 Rings Rd., Amlin. Pastors Jay McKinley, Brian Ethridge and Don Hilkerbaumer officiating. The family will receive friends 5-8 p.m. Sunday, FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME, 202 E. Main St. (St. Rt. 161W), Plain City. Burial 10 a.m. Tuesday, Washington Cemetery, Washington C.H. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Kobacker House, Hospice of Riverside/Grant, 3535 Olentangy River Rd., Columbus, Oh. 43214-9861 or the Hospice of your choice. === "The Standard-Times" - New Bedford, Massachusetts - Jan 16 2000 NEW BEDFORD -- Roberta (Hallett) Gracia, 49, died at home Friday, Jan. 14, 2000, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. She was the wife of Donald L. Gracia and daughter of the late Carl W. and Grace (Jemphrey) Hallett. A lifelong resident of New Bedford, she was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene. She was a devoted and loved child care teacher at Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational-Technical High School for 27 years, and department curriculum leader for several years. Mrs. Gracia was elected to "Who's Who Among America's Teachers" and was a recipient of the Z. Walter Janiak Spirit Award. A 1968 graduate of New Bedford High School, she received her bachelor's degree in education from Framingham State College and her master's degree in education from Bridgewater State College. Mrs. Gracia was a member of the Coast Guard Auxiliary of Marion, Low Tide Yacht Club of New Bedford, the Wampanoag Kennel Club of New Bedford. She was on the Board of Directors for United Front and was active at the Schwartz Center in New Bedford. She loved to sail in her leisure time. Survivors include her widower; two sisters, Susan H. Lister of Swansea and Nancy H. Marcoux of Marion; two nieces, Meghan G. Lister of Swansea and Kerrin T. Marcoux of Marion; two nephews, Thomas D. Lister of Swansea and Ross W. Marcoux of Marion; and one godchild, Alison Letton of New Bedford. Her memorial service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the First Church of the Nazarene, 764 Hathaway Road. Arrangements are by the Cabral-Lamoureux Funeral Home, 177 Cove St. === "Cumberland Times-News" - Maryland - Jan __ 2000 KEYSER, W.Va. James Ralph "Red" Litten, 78, of 35 Southern Drive, Keyser, died Saturday, Jan. 29, 2000, at Memorial Hospital, Cumberland. Born on Aug. 7, 1921, in Keyser, he was the son of the late Gilbert Russell and Nannie Carol (Swain) Litten. He also was preceded in death by his wife, Margaret Ann (Riley) Litten, on June 13, 1992, and by four brothers; and four sisters. Mr. Litten was a retired security guard at Allegany Ballistics Laboratory, Rocket Center, W.Va. He was a very active member of the Keyser Presbyterian Church where he served as a deacon. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, and a member of the Nancy Hanks Post 3518, VFW, Keyser. Surviving are two daughters, Karen S. Litten, Keyser, Gina K. White and husband, Doug, Ft. Ashby, W.Va.; one stepdaughter, Patricia A. Welch, Baltimore; six brothers, LeeRoy Litten, Lynchburg, Va., Scott Litten, New Creek, W.Va., Frank Litten, Keyser, Henderson Litten, McCoole, Curtis Litten, Lusby, Wade Litten, Gibsonia, N.C.; four sisters, Millie Biser, Burlington, W.Va., Jenny Jacox, Sandy, Utah, Ruby Kimble, Lexington, Va., Nancy Hester, Whiting, N.J.; three step-grandchildren, Melanie Taylor, Fairfax, Va., Melissa Welch, Baltimore, Michael Welch, Oakland; and four step-great-grandchildren. Friends may call the Smith Funeral Home, Keyser, on Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted at the Keyser Presbyterian Church on Wednesday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Stephen P. Fritz, officiating. The body will be taken to the church one hour prior to services. Interment will be in the Potomac Memorial Gardens, Keyser. === "Jefferson City News Tribune" - Missouri - Feb 8 2000 Louise May Reed, 69, Camdenton, died Feb. 5, 2000, at her home. She was born Aug. 12, 1930, in Washington, D.C., a daughter of Louis T. and Florence L. Clementson Benson. She was married Oct. 11, 1983, in Camdenton, to Ned Reed, who survives at the home. A retired United States government employee, she lived in the Lake area for the past 16 years. She was a member of New Testament Christian Church. Other survivors include: one daughter, Janice Reed, Independence; one son, James Reed, Phoenix, Ariz.; one sister, Shirley Lytten, Los Alamos, N.M.; and two grandsons. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Allee-Reed Funeral Home, Camdenton. The Rev. Keith Graves will officiate. Graveside services will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Missouri Veterans Cemetery, Higginsville. Visitation will be from 9-10 a.m. Wednesday. === "The Standard-Times" - New Bedford, Massachusetts - Feb 20 2000 New Bedford -- Eliot C. Bennett, 84, of Huttleston Avenue, Fairhaven, died Friday, Feb. 18, 2000, at Sacred Heart Home. He was the husband of Lucille (LaBelle) Bennett. Born in New Bedford, a son of the late Merton E. Bennett and Alberta (Terry) Bennett, he had lived in Fairhaven for most of his life. Mr. Bennett was employed as a radio and television technician for Sears, Roebuck and Co. for 34 years until he retired in 1980. He attended Fairhaven schools and took courses in radio and television repair. He was a communicant of St. Joseph's Church, Fairhaven, and was a member of the church couples club and prayer group. He was also a member and past treasurer of the Republican Committee of Fairhaven. Mr. Bennett enjoyed gardening, crossword puzzles, traveling, and ding time with his grand- children, and was known for frequently writing letters to the editor. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett were married 50 years. Survivors include two daughters, Alice Lopez of New Bedford and Nancy O'Neill of Kingston; a brother, Donald Bennett of Farmington, Conn.; a sister, Virginia Letton of Fairhaven; four grandchildren, Jill-Anna Haskell and Sarah Haskell of Cape Cod, Jason Lopez of New Bedford and Shawn O'Neill of Kingston; and several nieces and nephews. He was the father of the late Pauline Haskell and brother of the late Kenneth Bennett. His funeral will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday from the Fairlawn Mortuary of Sullivan-Waring, 180 Washington St., Fairhaven, with a funeral Mass at 11:00 in St. Joseph's Church, Spring Street, Fairhaven; burial will be in Riverside Cemetery. === "The Daily Independant" - Ashland, Kentucky - Feb 24 2000 Jamie Litton, 27, of Williamsport, died Tuesday in Highlands Regional Medical Center in Prestonsburg. Mr. Litton was born Sept. 9, 1972, in Johnson County, a son of Lydia Sherman Litton and the late James "Ab" Litton. He was a general laborer. Additional survivors include a daughter, Shelby Lauren Davis of River; a brother, Ritchie Litton of Elizabethtown; and two sisters, Patty Hall of Staffordsville and Karen Reffett of Inez. The funeral will be conducted at 1 p.m. Friday at Hagerhill Freewill Baptist Church by Ronnie Spriggs. Burial will be in Delong Cemetery in Tomahawk. Friends may call the church. Preston Funeral Home in Paintsville is in charge of arrangements. === "The Gaston Gazette" - Gastonia, North Carolina - Apr 17 2000 JOHN ‘J.D.’ HOLLAND GASTONIA - John Deitz "J.D." Holland, 72, 915 Dallas-Bessemer City Hwy., died April 15, 2000, at home. He was a native of Gaston County, son of the late Henry Lawrence and Edna Best Holland, employed in the textile industry, retired from Belmont Heritage as vice president of yarn sales after 28 years of service, worked in sales at Bradley Flyer and Spindle Inc., and Burnett Machine Co., member of the Wesleyan Church, held several church offices, participated in mission work and the education of youth, formerly active with the Boys Scouts of America, World War II Navy veteran. SURVIVORS: Wife, Doricia Hopper Holland; sons, John C. Holland, Fort Lawn, S.C., Gary C. Holland, Gastonia; brother, Lawrence F. Holland, Gastonia; sisters, Katherine Horne and Beth Lytton, Bessemer City, Alda Simms, Gastonia FUNERAL: 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sisk-Butler Funeral Home, Revs. Dick Whitener, Bruce Hopper, Hoover Smith VISITATION: 7-8:30 tonight, funeral home BURIAL: Gaston Memorial Park MEMORIAL: Hospice of Gaston County, P.O. Box 3984, Gastonia 28054 === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Apr 23 2000 Birch River - Jennie Maysel Litton, 89, of Birch River died April 22, 2000, in Summersville Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was a homemaker and member of New Antioch Missionary Baptist Church. Surviving: daughters, Helen Asbury of Birch River, Karen Windon of Mooresville, N.C., Norma Bostic of Charleston; sons, William of Summersville, Leonard and Johnny, both of Harrison, Larry of Sutton; brothers, Hollie Workman of Maysel, Alton Workman of Cowen; sisters, Ida Paxton and Alta Brady, both of Enoch; 24 grandchildren; 42 great-grandchildren; 11 great-great-grandchildren. Service will be 11 a.m. Monday at Carl Wilson Funeral Home, Clay, with minister Danny Taylor officiating. Burial will be in Ramsey Cemetery, Enoch. Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "Scott County News" - Oneida, Tennessee - Apr 27 2000 pg 12 Anderson, Kenneth E. - 63, of Winfield, passed away on Saturday, April 22, 2000 at Park West Hospital in Knoxville. Mr. Anderson, who was a retired machinist from Echo Products in Chicago, was the son of the late Starlin Anderson and Nellie Litton Anderson and was also preceded in death by a sister, Tava Sammons, and an infant grandson. Survivors include his wife, Bessie Collett Anderson; four daughters, Sherry Stephens of Winfield, Judy Thompson of Frankfort, Ky., Donna King of Monticello, Ky., and Terri Lefevers of Pineville, Ky.; three sons, Timothy A. Anderson of Winfield, Michael Anderson of Stearns, Ky., and Wendell Anderson of Virginia Beach, Va.; 11 grandchildren; two brothers, Daniel Anderson of Pine Knot, Ky., and Johnny Anderson of Ft. Mitchell, Ky.; one sister, Rose Young of Chicago, Ill.; a special nephew, David Young of Virginia Beach, Va.; and a number of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, April 26, at the East Pine Knot Tabernacle Church of God in Pine Knot, Ky., with Rev. William Collett officiating. Burial was in the T. Chitwood Cemetery. Pine Knot Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. === "Knoxville News-Sentinel" - Tennessee - May 2 2000 West, Maria DeMarinis - age 74, passed away on Sunday evening, April 30th at the Scott County Hospital. She is preceded in death by her husband, Chester Roy West; son, Ben Patrick West; father, Carlo DeMarinis; mother, Angela DeMarinis; and 1 brother, Pasqualino DeMarinis. She was a World War II bride, coming to America in 1946 from Spinazzola, Italy. Maria became an American citizen in 1955. She was a member of the Oneida Church of Christ and an employee of Hartco Flooring Company. She is survived by children, Norina Litton and husband Jim, Angelina Whitehead and husband Charlie, Maria (Madie) Zubko and husband Ron, Chesty West and wife Amy and Vincenzo Carlo West and wife Janie; grandchildren, Gary Duane Bridges, Mickelina Fox, Jonathan Shane Sexton, Wade Sexton, Dominique Buckingham, Laciena Litton, Cheston Antonio West, Dante' Christian West and Vincenzo Cole West; 6 great grandchildren, Chelsea, Hannah, Colby, Peyton, Rhett, and Jenna; 4 sisters and their families who live in Torino, Italy, Gigina, Carmela, Teresa, and Ninetta and other relatives in Spinazzola, Italy; close friends at Hartco Flooring and Company and other dear friends and relatives. The family will receive friends on Tuesday May 2, 2-6 p.m. at the Oneida Church of Christ. Funeral service will be Tuesday evening at 6 p.m. at the Oneida Church of Christ, with Ministers Larry Cole and Ben Flatt. Private burial services will follow at the Carson Memorial Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made to the St. Jude's Children's Hospital or the American Cancer Society. West-Murley Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements for Mrs. Maria DeMarinis West. "Independent Herald" - Oneida, Tennessee - May 4 2000 pg 14 West, Maria DeMarinis - 74, of Oneida, died April 30, 2000, at the Scott County Hospital. She was preceded in death by her husband, Chester Roy West; one son, Ben Patrick West; father and mother, Carlo and Angela DeMarinis; and one brother, Pasqualino DeMarinis. She was a World War II bride, coming to America in 1946 from Spinazzola, Italy. She became an American citizen in 1955. She was a member of Oneida Church of Christ and an employee of Hartco Flooring Company. She is survived by children: Norma Litton and husband, Jim, Angelina Whithead and husband, Charlie, Maria (Madie) Zubko and husband, Ron; Chesty West and wife, Amy, and Vincenzo Carlo West and wife, Janie; nine grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, four sisters and their families who live in Torino, Italy: Gigina, Carmela, Teresa and Ninetta, and other relatives in Spinazzola, Italy; close friends, from Hartco Flooring Company; and many other relatives. Funeral service was conducted May 2, 2000, at Oneida Church of Christ with ministers Larry Cole and Ben Flatt officiating. A private internment service followed in Carson Memorial Cemetery. West-Murley Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. === "Boothbay Register" - Boothbay Harbor, Maine - May 11 2000 Barbara K. Simpson, 80, of Sarasota, Florida, died Sunday, April 30 in Sarasota. Born in Cape Elizabeth on August 16, 1919, she was the daughter of John P. and Elsie M. Townsend. Three months ago she moved to Sarasota from Falmouth. She lived most of her adult life in Port Orchard, Washington where she worked as a nurse at Washington State Veterans Home at Retsil, Washington. Mrs. Simpson was predeceased by her husband Carl W. Simpson Jr. Survivors include one daughter, Lorraine G. Biehn of Sarasota; two brothers, John P. Townsend Jr. of Lorida, Florida, and James Townsend of Boothbay; three sisters, Audrey Alston of Englewood, Florida, Jackie Drake of Georgetown, and Beverly Lytton of Sarasota. Memorial contributions may be made to one's favorite charity. === "Scott County News" - Oneida, Tennessee - May 11 2000 pg 16 LITTON, MARY HELEN 1936-2000 - 63, of Huntsville, passed away early Sunday morning, May 7, 2000 at her home. She was the daughter of the late Esau and Pearl Sexton Chambers and was also preceded in death by four brothers, Pibert Chambers, J.R. Chambers, Donald Chambers, and John Chambers; one sister, Lillie Ruckman and one brother-in-law, Jack Litton. Survivors include her husband of 45 years Auther Litton; three children, Gary Litton and wife Linda, Melanie Lawson and husband Tim, and Bill Litton all of Huntsville; one brother, Paul Chambers and wife Jessie of Oklahoma; three sisters, Marjorie Sewell and husband Naaman of Jamestown, Janet Brown and husband Boyde of Jamestown, and Thema Lyle and husband William; five grandhcildren, Jennifer Allen and husband Shane, Adam, Michael, Jeffrey, and Caleb Litton; two great-grandchildren, Tanner and Destinee Allan; three special friends, Doris Carroll McDonald, Jamie King, and Fran Jeffers; several nieces, nephews and many other relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted on Tuesday, May 9, at 8 p.m. in the chapel of Four Oaks Funeral Home with Rev. Jim West officiating. Music was provided by Sandra Litton. Four Oaks Funeral Home of Huntsville was in charge of the arrangements. === "The Gaston Gazette" - Gastonia, North Carolina - May 14 2000 GASTONIA - Frederick Samuel Lytle, 80, of Gastonia, died May 12, 2000 at Manorhouse of Gastonia. He was a native of Black Mountain, son of the late Joseph and Louise Lytle, husband of the late Mary Clarke Lytle, brother of the late Mac and Tom Lytle, 1939 graduate of Lee Edwards High in Asheville, attended University of South Carolina on a football scholarship, drafted into the U.S. Army in 1941 where he served for six years as a lieutenant, purple heart recipient after being wounded in France during World War II, returned to college in 1948 where he earned his bachelor’s degree and played basketball, worked with Buick Motor Division of General Motors as a district representative, purchased a Buick franchise in Gastonia in 1957 which he operated until 1987, member Gaston County Club, member First Presbyterian Church of Gastonia. SURVIVORS: Son and daughter-in-law, David R. and Suzanne Whitaker Lytle, Huntersville; daughters and sons-in-law, Leslie L. and Jim May, West Friendship, Md., Lisa L. and Gray Lytton, Gastonia; grandchildren, Chris, Andy and Elizabeth May, Drew and Alex Lytton, Chris and Emily Lytle; great- grandchildren, Katie and Cody May. MEMORIAL SERVICE: 11 a.m., Monday, First Presbyterian Church of Gastonia, Dr. David C. Stoker, Rev. Wilson P. Rhoton BURIAL: Private VISITATION: After the service, the church MEMORIALS: Hospice of Gaston County, P.O. Box 3984, Gastonia; University of South Carolina, Federick S. Lytle Scholarship Fund, Development Office, Columbia, S.C., 29208 ARRANGEMENTS: McLean Funeral Directors === "Scott County News" - Oneida, Tennessee - Jun 1 2000 pg 14 Terry, Avo Marie 1913-2000 - 86, of Oneida, passed away on Friday afternoon, May 26, 2000 at Scott County Hospital. She was the daughter of the late John Lewis Stewart and Elizabeth Blake Stewart and was also preceded in death by her husband, Henry F. Terry; two sons, Audis and Lillard Terry; one great- grandson, Matthew Terry; one sister, Susie Anderson; and four brothers, Arlie, Hollins, Dewey, and Willard Stewart. She was a member of High Point Baptist Church. Survivors include five daughters, Clois Fay Free and husband Clint of Knoxville, Linda Sue Clark and husband Carroll of Helenwood, Sonja Kay Stanfill and husband Chester and Glenna Lou Thompson and husband Floyd, all of Oneida, and Naomi King and husband Ronnie of Pine Knot, Ky.; three sons, Robert Terry and wife Jewell of Oneida, Rev. Hubert Terry of Robbins, and Willard Terry and wife Karen of Oneida; daughter-in-law, Fanny Terry; four sisters-in-law, Irene Davidson, Martha Scott, Pearl Slaven, and Ruby Litton; 28 grandchildren; 49 great-grandchildren; 7 great-great-grand- children; special nephews, Wallace, Willie, and Charles Anderson; and Wesley Stewart; many other nieces and nephews; and other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held on Sunday, May 28, at 8 p.m. in the chapel of West-Murley Funeral Home, with Rev. Hubert Terry officiating. The Goad Family sang. Burial was held at 10 a.m. on Monday, May 29, at the Black Oak Cemetery. West-Murley Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. === "Kansas City Star" - Missouri - Jun 1 2000 Earl Raymond Litton, 71, of Clinton, MO, passed away May 30, 2000, at Golden Valley Hospital, Clinton, MO, from cancer. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Friday, June 2, 2000, at Vansant-Mills Funeral Home, Clinton, MO; burial in Stover, MO, with graveside military service. Friends may call at 7 p.m. Thursday, June 1, at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society or any anti-tobacco organization. Mr. Litton was born October 20, 1928, in Marshall, MO. He was a member of the Marine Corp and various components of the U.S. Army and Army National Guard. At the time of his retirement he was a Chief Warrant Officer 4. He served in the armed forces for 40 years. He was preceded in death by his father, Paul E. Litton, mother, Virgie Green, brother, Charles Litton, and wife, Shirley B. Litton. Survivors include Norma Gene Litton, wife in Clinton, MO; Ronald R. Litton, son, Olathe, KS; Reva Bond, daughter, Atlantic Beach, FL; Carla K. Figg, daughter, Lee's Summit, MO; and grandchildren, Jessica, Kelly, Lara, Ashley, Nicole and Ryan. === "Scott County News" - Oneida, Tennessee - Jun 29 2000 pg 14 Byrd, Tivous 1922-2000 – 77, of 1051 Williams Creek Road, Oneida, passed away on Wednesday, June 21, 2000. He was the son of the late Jim Byrd and Elizabeth Byrd and was also preceded in death by several brothers and sisters. Mr. Byrd was a member of Pine Creek Baptist Church and a U.S. Army veteran of World War Two. He is survived by his wife of 56 years, Novella Litton Byrd of Oneida; one son, Darvin Byrd and wife Bonnie; two grand- children, Anthony Wayne and Michael Scotty Byrd, all of Louisville, Ky.; one brother, Curtis Byrd and wife Auda of Cincinnati, O.; and Pearl Acres of Oneida; several nieces and nephews, including special nephews Jerry Litton and Jerry Byrd and special nieces Velma Kennedy; also two brothers-in-law, Tommy H. Litton of Oneida, and Girstle Litton of Orlando, Fla.,; and many other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held on Saturday, June 24, at 11 a.m. in the chapel of West-Murley Funeral Home, with Rev. Keith Marcum and Bro. Thomas Watson officiating. The Pine Creek Church Choir sang. Burial was in the Litton Cemetery. West-Murley Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. === "Scott County News" - Oneida, Tennessee - Jul 13 2000 pg 8 CRABTREE, EVA LEE 1900-2000 - 100, of Old Hickory, formerly of Scott County, passed away on Monday, July 3, 2000 in Nashville. Mrs. Crabtree, who was a member of Pine Grove Baptist Church, was the daughter of the late Seymore and Margaret Bell Lawson and was also preceded in death by her husband, John Thomas Crabtree; two sons, Charles D. Crabtree and Hoyle P. Crabtree; one daughter, Opal G. Chitwood; three brothers, one sister; one half-brother; and two half-sisters. She is survived by one son, Roy Crabtree and wife Wilma of Cincinnati, O.; three daughters, Christen Murphy of Mt. Juliet, Virgie Litton and husband Paul of Old Hickory, and Louise Teague of Folkston, Ga.; seventeen grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; and many nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted Friday, July 7, at 11 a.m. in the chapel of Jones and Son Funeral Home, with Rev. Jack Chitwood officiating. Special music was provided by Irene Chitwood, Thea Chitwood, Paul Chitwood, Joel Chitwood, and Robert and Yvonne Wright. Burial was in the Walker Cemetery in Winfield. Serving as pallbearers were Joel Chitwood, Paul Chitwood, Terry Stinson, Brett Richmond, Robert Wright, and Wayne Crabtree. Jones and Son Funeral Home of Oneida was in charge of the arrangements. === "The Winchester Star" - Virginia - Jul 15 2000 Romeo Galen Lytton, 80, of Edinburg, died Thursday, July 13, 2000, in his home. Mr. Lytton was born Oct. 6, 1919, in Quicksburg, the son of John P. and Orpha Zirkle Lytton. He worked as a textile worker for American Viscose, Front Royal. He was retired from Aileen, Woodstock. He served in the Army during World War II. He was a member of Bethel Lutheran Church, Hamburg. He married Fern Marie Funkhouser on Aug. 14, 1948. Mrs. Lytton died on Sept. 22, 1996. Surviving are four sons, Ronnie Lytton and Danny Lytton, both of Edinburg, Ricky Lytton of Woodstock, and Bobby Lytton of Stephens City; a daughter, Cheryl Truban of Winchester; a sister, Fern Lytton of Quicksburg; and three brothers, Allen Lytton of Fairfax, and Fred Lytton and Olga Lytton, both of Edinburg. A funeral will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Bethel Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Kenn Nilsen and the Rev. John F. Taylor Jr. officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Sunday at Dellinger Funeral Home, Mt. Jackson. Memorials may be made to Bethel Lutheran Church, 406 Garlic Hollow Road, Edinburg 22824, or Blue Ridge Hospice, 333 W. Cork St., Winchester 22601. === "Las Vegas Review-Journal" - Nevada - Jul 27 2000 Robert D. Garside, 70, died Tuesday at Nathan Adelson Hospice. He was born March 31, 1930, in Atlantic, Iowa. An Army veteran, he was a 28-year resident of Las Vegas and a member of Red Rock Moose Lodge and Avicultural Society of Las Vegas. He is survived by his wife, Neta; and daughter, Ruth Apple, both of Las Vegas; son, Mark of Moreno Valley, Calif.; brother, Jan Lytton of West Des Moines, Iowa; sister, Sarah Davis of Maryland; six grand- children; and one great-grandchild. Visitation will be one hour before services at 11 a.m. Saturday at Affordable Cremation & Burial Service. Private burial will be at Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery. The family requests memorial donations be made to the hospice. === "Scott County News" - Oneida, Tennessee - Jul 27 2000 pg 10 THOMPSON, FANNIE LOUISE 1926-2000 – 73, of Oneida, passed away on Wednesday evening July 19, 2000 at St. Mary’s Medical Center in Knoxville. She was the daughter of the late Arthur Thomas and Rosetta Litton Thomas and was also preceded in death by an infant son, Jimmy Keith Thompson; a granddaughter, Katrina Cross; and a brother-in-law, Clifton Cross. Mrs. Thompson was a longtime member of First Baptist Church of Oneida and served as secretary of the Bible Learners Class. She was a member of the Scott County Fair Association for twenty years, a secretary for the U.T. Extension Service for 21 years, and a member of the local D.A.V. Auxiliary. She is survived by her husband, Harold Thompson of Oneida; two sons, Raymond Thompson and wife Loretta, and Curtis Thompson and wife Matilda of Oneida; four daughters, Linda Cross and husband Bernard, Brenda Chitwood and husband Gary, and Carolyn Daniel and husband Bob, all of Oneida, and Sheila Strunk and husband Joe of Knoxville; 14 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; two sisters, Adilene Cross of Oneida, and Mattie Phillips and husband Verldon of Mason, O.; a special niece, Jenny Martin and husband Allen of Oneida; several other nieces and nephews; and many other relatives and friends. Funeral services were held on Friday, July 21, at 8:30 p.m. in the chapel of West-Murley Funeral Home, with Rev. Dale Smith, Rev. David Acres, and Rev. Glen Langner officiating. Allen Martin and Tiffeny Sexton provided special music. Interment was held on Saturday, July 22, at 11 a.m. at the Smith Forbis Cemetery in Oneida. West-Murley Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. === "Bolivar Herald-Free Press" - Polk County, Missouri - ___ __ 2000 Lucille Buxton, 80, Potosi, died Thursday, July 27, 2000, at Washington County Memorial Hospital. The daughter of John Alvis and Etta Fern Campbell Cheek, she was born Dec. 3, 1919, near Fair Play. She was united in marriage to Louis Jackson on Nov. 13, 1940, in Ozark, and two children were born to this union. On May 3, 1969, she was united in marriage to Oscar Buxton. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, Louis Edward Jackson, and her second husband, Oscar Buxton; two brothers, Gerald Cheek and John Alden Cheek; and one grandson, Aaron Boyer. She is survived by one son, Dale Jackson and his wife, Marilyn, and one daughter, Judy Gillam and her husband, Danny, all of Potosi; nine grandchildren, Lisa Sutton and her husband, Randy, of Potosi, Jana Parks and her husband, Harold, of Gamaliel, Ark., Rickey Gillam and his wife, Angie, of Potosi, Joe Gillam and his wife, Cindy, of Bonne Terre, Sara Gillam, Luci Jackson and Lee Jackson, all of Potosi, Brooke Dickinson and her husband, Lloyd, of Cadet, Gordon Litton II of Potosi; six great-grandchildren; two brothers, Bueford Cheek and his wife, Maxine, of Bolivar and Dr. Charles Cheek and his wife, Barbara, of Rocheport; one sister-in-law, Evelyn Cheek of Ballwin; and many other relatives and friends. Services were Sunday, July 30, at the Moore Funeral Home chapel in Potosi with Elder Leonard Compton officiating. Burial was in Lindley Prairie Cemetery, Bear Creek, with the Rev. Harold Hendrickson officiating. Serving as pallbearers were Ricky Gillam, Joe Gillam, Justin Sutton, Randy Sutton, Pat Cheek and Mike Cheek. === "The Free Lance-Star" - Fredericksburg, West Virginia - Aug 1 2000 Glen Ivan Lytton, 63, of Coal City, W.Va., a former longtime resident of Fredericksburg, died Thursday, July 27, 2000, at Raleigh General Hospital in Beckley, W.Va. Mr. Lytton had retired as a carpenter and was an Army veteran of the Korean War. Survivors include his wife, Mary Lytton; three daughters, Tammy Bratti of Fredericksburg, Carla Gordon of Stafford County and Sandy Gordon of Tucson, Ariz.; a son, Jon Gordon of Tucson; three stepdaughters; three stepsons; three sisters, Ernestine Bragg of Hinton, W.Va., Joyce Hughes of Oregon and Jeanette Thompson of Detroit, Mich.; two brothers, Marshall Lytton and Buddy Lytton, both of Princewick, W.Va.; three granddaughters; and a great-grand- daughter. A funeral and burial were held Saturday in Princewick. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of contributions to the National Kidney Foundation of Virginia, 5001 West Broad St., Suite 217, Richmond, Va. 23230. Blue Ridge Funeral Home, Beckley, W.Va., handled the arrangements. === "The Register-Herald" - Beckley, West Virginia - Aug 5 2000 Ernest Dale Basham, 73, of Princewick, died Thursday, Aug. 3, 2000, at a Morgantown hospital following a short illness. Born Sept. 5, 1926, at Lillybrook, he was the son of the late Earnest M. and Gracie Mae Jennings Basham. Mr. Basham was a retired coal miner and a member of UMWA District 29. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Ruby Lytton and Beatrice Snow; and an infant brother, Ray Basham. Survivors include his wife of 53 years, Hazel Cornell Basham; four daughters, Drema Coffman and husband, Richard, of Virginia Beach, Va., Sandra Peterson- Egnor and husband, Billy, of Marshall, Mich., Linda Smith and husband, James, of Coal City, and Karen Worley and husband, Ken, of Van Cleve, Miss. Other survivors include a brother, Delano Basham of Beckley; six grandchildren, Joseph Coffman, Sandra Hicks, Daniel Peterson, James Smith Jr., David Worley, and Michelle Coffman; and nine great-grandchildren. Services will be 2 p.m. Sunday at Williams-Blue Ridge Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Bob Combs officiating. Burial will follow in the Stovall Ridge Family Cemetery, Camp Creek. Friends may call 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. Family and friends will serve as pallbearers. Arrangements by Williams-Blue Ridge Funeral Home, Sophia. === "Scott County News" - Oneida, Tennessee - Aug 10 2000 pg 10 Reed, Wayne 1929-2000 - 71, of Helenwood, passed away on Tuesday, August 1, 2000 at Scott County Hospital. Mr. Reed, who was a member of the Baptist faith, was the son of the late Manus and Bettie Wilder Reed, and was also preceded in death by two sisters and brothers-in-law, Ethel Blevins and husband Elzy and Mayme Terry and husband Nathaniel; four brothers and sisters-in-law, Homer Reed and wife Dillie, Herbert Reed and wife Maxie, Eugene Reed, and wife Kay, and Elmer Reed. He is survived by a longtime companion, Wilma Newport Jeffers of Helenwood; one son, Stan Reed and wife Kay of Oneida; one daughter, Sandra Litton and husband David of Atlanta, Ga.; one brother, Virgil Reed and wife Tola of Helenwood; one sister, Lula Ryan Stonecipher of Helenwood; grandchildren, Jessica Reed, Corey Sexton, Heather Yoakum, Christie Litton, Amy Litton, and David Litton; and great- grandchildren, Alexa Buttram and Chloe Litton. At Mr. Reed’s request, his body was cremated. Jones and Son Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. === "The Daily Standard" - Celina, Ohio - Aug 14 2000 Dillard Lee Litton, 74, 7959 N. 550W, Bryant, Ind., died Aug. 12 at Jay County Hospital in Portland, Ind. He was born Sept. 18, 1925, in Oneida, Tenn., to Sherman and Lillie (Smith) Litton. On Dec. 2, 1947, he married Ruby Terry, who survives. Other survivors are two sons and their wives, Anthony R. and Lori, and Rex W. and Betty, all of Redkey, Ind., and four sons, Douglas W. of Portland, Ind., Robert L. of Seattle, Wash., Jeffrey L. of Sidney, and Timothy A. of rural Bryant, Ind.; two daughters and their husbands, Rita C. and Jay Miller, and Linda E. and Clyde Seiber, all of Sidney, and four daughters, Eunice G. Cantor, Sidney, Brenda K. of Portland, Ind., Karen F. Murphy, Celina, and Rhonda S. Curme, Sidney; a brother, Delmar of Ashland; two sisters, Lula Brewster, Oneida, Tenn., and Charlotte of Dayton; 19 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Deceased is a son, Thomas F. He was a farmer, retired from Dunbar Furniture, formerly of Berne, Ind., and had been employed at Armco Steel, Middletown. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. Services are noon Tuesday at Williamson & Spencer Funeral Home, Portland, Ind., the Rev. Ron Ingram officiating. Burial is at Gravel Hill Cemetery west of Bryant, Ind. Calling is 4-9 p.m. today at the funeral home. === "St. Petersburg Times" - Florida - Aug 15 2000 QUINN, GEORGE EDWARD, 66, of Floral City, formerly of St. Petersburg, died Sunday (Aug. 13, 2000) at Citrus Memorial Hospital, Inverness. Born in Detroit, he came here 13 years ago from St. Petersburg and drove a school bus for the Citrus County school system for the past 10 years. He was a Marine Corps veteran of the Korean War and a member of Our Lady of Fatima Parish and the Inverness Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4337. Survivors include his wife, Rita A. Saliba Quinn; five sons, Dennis, Denver, David, Virginia Beach, Va., Daniel, Orlando, and Gregory and John, both of St. Petersburg; two daughters, Kathleen Litton and Michele Quinn, both of St. Petersburg; two brothers, John, Northville, Mich., and Charles, Dexter, Mich.; three sisters, Jacqueline McGowan, Bonita Springs, and Margaret Page and Shirley Williams, both of Taylor, Mich.; and 14 grandchildren. Chas. E. Davis Funeral Home with Crematory, Inverness. === "The Kentucky Post" - Covington, Kentucky - Aug 19 2000 Herschel "Slim" Litton, 90, of Punta Gorda, Fla., and formerly of Northern Kentucky, died Thursday at the Mariners Health Care Center in Port Charlotte, Fla. He was a retired depot master for the Southern Railway, a member of the First Baptist Church of Punta Gorda and a deacon at both the Crescent Springs Baptist Church in Crescent Springs and the First Baptist Church of Punta Gorda. He was preceded in death by sons, Gary Litton and Richard Litton. Survivors include his wife, Della Mae Baker Litton; daughters, Donna Wayne Goff of Punta Gorda and Sandra Lewis of Cincinnati; three grandchildren and one great-grandson. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Charlotte Memorial Funeral Home, Punta Gorda, with visitation from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday. Burial will be in Charlotte Memorial Cemetery, Punta Gorda. Memorials are suggested to First Baptist Church of Punta Gorda Building Fund, 459 Gill Street, Punta Gorda, Fla. 33950. === "Salisbury Post" - North Carolina - Aug 28 2000 STATESVILLE — Ruby Reavis Beaver, 82, 108 Ed’s Lane, formerly of Oak Street, Kannapolis, died Sunday (Aug. 27, 2000) at Iredell Memorial Hospital. Born March 9, 1918, in Troutman, Mrs. Beaver was a daughter of the late Edward and Dora Bell Stafford Hollifield. She had retired from Cannon Mills’ sewing room. Her husbands, Harold Reavis and Eugene Beaver, preceded her in death. Survivors include daughter Linda Curtis Gray, Statesville; son James Reavis, Daytona Beach, Fla.; brother Paul Hollifield, Kannapolis; six grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. Services: Graveside, 11 a.m. Tuesday, Carolina Memorial Park. Visitation: 7-8 tonight, Lady’s Funeral Home. At other times the family will be at the home of a granddaughter, Harriett Lytton, 288 Hicks Creek Road, Troutman. === "Salisbury Post" - North Carolina - Sep 4 2000 MOORESVILLE — Bobby Kay Hedrick, 68, 197 Mazeppa Road, Mooresville, died Sunday (Sept. 3, 2000) at Lake Norman Regional Medical Center. Born July 13, 1932, in Catawba County, Mr. Hedrick was a son of the late Marcus Burette and Eula Martin Hedrick. He was a job superintendent with Barger Construction Co. for 41 years. Survivors include: wife, Marie Newton Hedrick; sons, Randy Lee Hedrick, Charlotte, and Karl Lynn Hedrick, Mooresville; brothers, Harold Hedrick, Statesville, Jacky Hedrick, Catawba; sisters, Florence Lytton, Salisbury, Kitty Bryant, Syracuse, N.Y., Norma Jean "Deanie" Hedrick, Raleigh; Judi Willis, Catawba; and three grandchildren. Services: 11 a.m. Wednesday, Vanderburg United Methodist Church, conducted by the Rev. Gerald Davis and the Rev. Derry Barnhardt. Burial, church cemetery. Visitation: 6-8 p.m.Tuesday, Neill Funeral Home. Memorials: Vanderburg United Methodist Church Building Fund, 1809 Charlotte Highway, Mooresville, NC 28117. === "The Courier-Tribune" - Asheboro, North Carolina - Sep 12 2000 TROY - Ronnie Morton Stafford, 79, of 2839 N.C. 109 North, died Monday, Sept. 11, 2000, at Rowan Medical Center. Graveside service will be 11 a.m. Wednesday at Uwharrie United Methodist Church Cemetery, with the Rev. Glenn Hancock officiating. She was a native of Iredell County, attended Uwharrie UMC and was owner/operator of Ronnie's Antiques. Surviving are son, James Lytton of Troy; sisters, Mary Wilson of Mooresville, Connie Baker of Clearwater, Fla.; brother, Paul E. Morton of Troy; two grandchildren. There will be no visitation. Pugh-Troy Funeral Home, Troy, is in charge of the arrangements. === "Akron Beacon Journal" - Ohio - Sep 24 2000 Jacquin Kay (Fessler) Litten, 69, passed away September 22, 2000. Preceded in death by father, Guy Lewis; sister, Laurel (Lolly) Ruthenberg. She is survived by husband, Lloyd Russell Litten, Jr.; mother, Hazel Lewis; children, Vickie (Joe) Skinner and Frank Fessler; and grandchildren, Janet, Brian, and Allison. There will be a memorial service held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, September 26, 2000 at the Adams-Mason Memorial Chapel, (791 E. Market St., Akron), where the family will receive friends from 6 p.m. until the time of service. Rev. Dennis P. Beuley will conduct services. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the charity of one's choice. (Cremation Society of Ohio (535-1012) === "Crossville Chronicle" - Tennessee - Oct 2000 Anna "Squirrel" Lucille Davis, 68, of Crossville, passed away Sept. 30 2000, in Cumberland Medical Center. Funeral services were conducted Oct. 3 from the chapel of Bilbrey Funeral Home, with burial in Crossville City Cemetery. Bro. Ralph Reagan officiated. Ms. Davis was born April 12, 1932, in Cumberland County, the daughter of George Litton and Martha Houston Davis. She was a homemaker. Survivors include her nieces, Helen Medley and Christine Owens, both of Crossville; nephews, Johnny Davis and Charles Howard, both of Crossville, and Lonnie Houser of Pikeville, TN; and cousin, Deannie Eller of Crossville. She was preceded in death by her parents, George and Martha Davis; a sister, Ruth Potter; and four brothers, John Thomas "Red" Davis, Richard Bates Davis, Roy William "Dutch" Davis and Romie Roosevelt Davis. Pallbearers were Russell Houston, Michael Houston, James Davis, Ernest Achey, David Gaskin, Kenneth Carter and Fred Medley. Bilbrey Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. === "Salisbury Post" - North Carolina - Oct 25 2000 The funeral will be Thursday for Rosa Mae Barnes Myers, 75, Salisbury, who died Monday (Oct. 23, 2000) at her home. Born May 29, 1925, in Rowan County, Mrs. Myers, a daughter of the late Henry Eugene and Geneva Blalock Barnes, was educated in the Rowan County schools. She retired in 1985 after 20 years from Hoechst-Celanese. She was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church. Her husband, Albert Benjamin Myers, died Dec. 4, 1983. Survivors include son Gene Myers, Woodleaf; daughter Geneva Lytton Allen, Salisbury; sisters Kathryn Yarbro and Janie Wise, both of Salisbury; five grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Services: 1 p.m. Thursday, St. John’s Lutheran Church, conducted by the Rev. John B. Tucker and the Rev. Carl R. Sachtleben. Burial, City Memorial Park. Visitation: 7-9 tonight, Summersett Funeral Home. Memorials: St. John’s Lutheran Church, 200 W. Innes St., Salisbury, NC 28144 === "The Virginian Pilot" - Norfolk, Virginia - Oct 29 2000 VIRGINIA BEACH -- William D. "Bill" Billings Sr., 64, went to be with the Lord on Oct. 27, 2000. Mr. Billings retired as a state inspector for the Navy Exchange. He was preceded in death by his daughter, Beth Adkison. Survivors include his devoted wife of 35 years, Lona M. Billings; four sons, Denis Midgette of Norfolk, Mark Shiflett and his wife, Joni, of Norfolk, Billy Billings of Virginia Beach and John L. Billings of Charlottesville, Va.; a daughter, Lynn Richardson and her husband, Terry, of Norfolk; four grandchildren, Chrissy Adkison of Virginia Beach, Matthew and Sam Richardson of Norfolk and Miles Litton; three sisters; and a brother. A funeral will be conducted by the Rev. Wade Smith at 2 p.m. Monday in Altmeyer Funeral Home, Virginia Beach Chapel. Interment will follow at Eastern Shore Chapel Cemetery in Virginia Beach. The family will receive friends from 3 to 5 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made to Little Creek Baptist Church. === "The Winchester Star" - Virginia - Oct 30 2000 Andrew "Bubba" Preston Clinedinst, 71, of Lora Drive, Woodstock, died Friday Oct. 27, 2000, in Shenandoah Memorial Hospital. He was born Nov. 5, 1928, in Quicksburg, the son of Theodore E. and Martha Litten Clinedinst. He worked in the finishing department of the former Aileen Factory. He was a U.S. Army veteran and attended Cedar Grove Church of the Brethren. Survivors include his wife, Catherine V. Clinedinst; two daughters, Debbie Funkhouser of Harrisonburg and Cindy Peyton of Woodstock; a sister Edythe Bean of Verona; a brother, Raymond Clinedinst of Mt. Jackson; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. A graveside service will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Cedarwood Cemetery in Edinburg with the Rev. Timothy Teates officiating. The family will receive friends from 7 to 8 p.m. today at the Valley Funeral Chapel, Bowmans Crossing. Memorials may be made to the Epilepsy Foundation of Virginia, P.O. Box 800659, Charlottesville, 22908-0001 === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Nov 4 2000 Raymond Edward Vaughn, 91, of St. Albans, formerly of Boone County, died Nov. 3, 2000, at home after a long illness. He was retired from the Kanawha County Board of Education. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and a Baptist. Surviving: wife, Joy L. Vaughn; sons, Dennis W. of Amarillo, Texas, Edward and Jack, both of Centerville, Ohio, Denver of Clearwater, Fla.; daughters, Linda Kinder of Ashford, Brenda Litton of Poca, Susan McGee of Melbourne, Fla., Samantha Kustermann of Myrtle Beach, S.C., Sandra June Palizzi and Ruth Ann Scearce, both of Centerville, Dorothy Hopkins of Franklin, Ohio; sister, Jane Burns of California; stepbrother, Bob Vaughn of California; 35 grandchildren; 72 great-grandchildren; 10 great-great-grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Monday at Keller Funeral Home, Dunbar, with the Rev. Fairley R. McCormick officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Park, South Charleston. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. === "Journal of American Medical Association" - Nov 8 2000 - Vol. 284 No. 18 LYTTON, Louis George, 93; Miami, Fla; Georgetown University School of Medicine, 1935; certified by the American Board of Otolaryngology; died February 22, 2000. American Medical Association member === "The Morning Sun" - Pittsburg, Kansas - Nov 18 2000 age 106 CARTHAGE, Mo. -- Beulah "Nonnie" Letton, 106, of Carthage, Mo. and formerly of Lamar, Mo., died at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, 2000, at St. Luke's Nursing Home, Carthage. She was born Nov. 17, 1893, at Diamond, Mo. She had been a resident of Carthage for 10 years, after moving from Lamar, where she had lived most of her life. Mrs. Letton owned and opeated the Ben Franklin store in Lamar. She married Earle Williams on Dec. 8, 1912, at Webb City, Mo. He died Sept. 25, 1964. She then married Forrest M. Letton on Aug. 8, 1967, at Lamar. He died march 15, 1974. Mrs. Letton was a member of the First Christian Church, Lamar, where she taught the teenagers' Sunday school class. She belonged to the Mt. Hope Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star and the Home and Garden Club, both in Lamar. Survivors include one daughter, Florene Michaels of Carthage, one grand- daughter, four great-grandchildren and four-great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by four brothers, two sisters and one grandchild. Funeral services will be 2:30 p.m. Monday at Lohmeyer-Konantz Funeral Home Chapel, Lamar, with minister Doug Oakes officiating. Burial will be in Lake Cemetery, Lamar. Arrangements are under the direction of Lohmeyer-Konantz Funeral Home, Lamar === "The Columbus Dispatch" - Ohio - Nov 19 2000 MONETT (CANNON) Hartence (Cannon) Monett, age 91, Friday, November 17, 2000. Graduate of St. Joseph Academy. Member of Aquinas Mothers' Club and long- time member of Our Lady of Peace Church. Preceded in death by husband of 52 years, Leo R. Monett (1987) and only son, Dale A. Monett (1985); brothers, Highway Patrolman Charles G. Cannon and Joseph G. Cannon. Survived by beloved daughter-in-law, Lois A. Monett of Pickerington, and brother Alfred Cannon of Charleston, SC; grandchildren and great-grandchildren including Cyndee (Tom) Duhon of Cuyahoga Falls, Brenda Abke and Gary Williams of Powell, Jeffery Abke and Stacy Litten of Brecksville, OH; great-grand- children, Jonathan, David, Laura and Curtis; nieces and nephews and many wonderful friends and neighbors of many years. No Visiting Hours. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday 12 Noon at Our Mother of Sorrows Chapel, 6440 S. High St. Msgr. Kenneth Grimes Celebrant. Arrangements by EGAN-RYAN FUNERAL HOME, 403 E. Broad St., === "Stillwater NewsPress" - Oklahoma - Nov 19 2000 Wichita, Kan. resident, E.L. "Bus" Williams, 90, died Friday, Nov. 17, 2000. Prayer services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Cochran Mortuary, 1411 N. Broadway, Wichita. Funeral services will be Monday at 1 p.m. at Floral Haven Funeral Home, 6500 South 129th Street East, Broken Arrow. Arrangements are under the direction of Floral Haven Funeral Home. He was born July 24, 1910, in Stillwater to Elbert and Lillie (Lytton) Williams. He married Laura Bird Fidler Feb. 19, 1933, in Pawhuska. She died June 5, 1996. He was a retired Bow Industries purchasing expediter. He was a former resident of Tulsa and Stillwater. He is survived by a son, Gary Williams, of Trinidad, Colo.; a daughter, Charlotte Crandall, of Wichita, Kan.; a brother, Monroe Williams, of Phoenix, Ariz.; a sister, Doris Smith, of Olympia, Wash.; six grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association, 2100 E. Douglas, Wichita, KS 67214 === "The Daily Independant" - Ashland, Kentucky - Nov 26 2000 Cydney Christine Sublett, infant daughter of Steven and Tanya Withrow Sublett of Ashland, died Friday in King's Daughters Medical Center. Additional survivors include a brother, Clayton Sublett, at home; a sister, Cierra Sublett, at home; paternal grandparents, Phyllis Litton of Paintsville and Robert Sublett of Ashland; maternal grandparents, Debbie Wilks of Catlettsburg and Terry Withrow of Ashland; paternal great-grand- parents, Homer and Jewel Vanhoose of Paintsville, and James and Juanita Sublett of Johnson County; and maternal great-grandparents, Gene and Helen Jean Barnett Speece of Catlettsburg. A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. today at the family cemetery by Homer Vanhoose. There is no visitation. Lazear Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Nov 27 2000 MANNING, S.C. - Viva Myrtle Litton, 94, of Manning died Nov. 21, 2000, at home. She was a native of Charleston, W.Va. She attended Wyboo Community Church, Manning, and was a member of Elk Valley Advent Christian Church, Charleston. Surviving: daughter, Janet McDavid of Pinewood; 10 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; 10 great-great-grandchildren. Service will be 1 p.m. Tuesday at Tyler Mountain Funeral Home, Cross Lanes, W.Va., with the Rev. Jerry Hodge officiating. Burial will be Tyler Mountain Memory Gardens, Cross Lanes. Friends may call two hours prior to service at the funeral home. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "The Topeka Capital-Journal" - Kansas - Dec 19 2000 SENECA -- John Joseph Olberding, 72, formerly of Seneca, died Saturday, Dec. 16, 2000, at his home in Cleveland, Okla. He was born Nov. 24, 1928, in Seneca, where he spent his early life and attended schools. He was instrumental in establishing the racetrack in Seneca where he lived until the early 1960s. He was a carpenter and lived at Kaw Lake, Okla., and later in Eureka Springs, Ark., before he moved to Cleveland, Okla., in 1994. While in Eureka Springs, he was a trolley driver and a member of the Passion Play cast. He married Freda Stapleton on July 5, 1981, in Golden City, Mo. She survives. Other survivors include a son, Keith Olberding, Summerfield; three daughters, Marceil Feldkamp, Effingham, Karleen Merritt, Meriden, and Diane Condenie, Broken Arrow, Okla.; a brother, Robert Olberding, Seneca; six sisters, Dorlyn Huerter, Omaha, Lois Boeding, Kansas City, Mo., Glenda Earl, Papillion, Neb., Joyce Karst, Falls City, Neb., Sharon Renfrow, Independence, Mo., and Bonnie Lytton, Lee's Summit, Mo.; 11 grandchildren; and a great- granddaughter. Mr. Olberding was cremated. Inturnment services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Memorial Park Cemetery in Bartlesville, Okla. Chapman-Black Funeral Home in Cleveland, Okla., is in charge of arrangements. === "The Winchester Star" - Virginia - Jan 2 2001 Sarah Elizabeth "Pet" Carr Clark, 61, of Berkeley Springs, W.Va., died Sunday, Dec. 31, 2000, in City Hospital, Martinsburg, W.Va. Mrs. Clark was born Sept. 2, 1939, in Cherry Run, W.Va., the daughter of Marshall and Margie Litten Starliper. She worked at Perfection Garment in Martinsburg and at Calburn Sewing Factory in Hancock, Md. She owned and operated V&S Contracting and Clark’s Ceramics, both in Berkeley Springs. She worked in housekeeping at The Country Inn and as a bagger at Food Lion, both in Berkeley Springs. She attended Berkeley Springs Church of Christ and Cherry Run School. She was married to Vernon Clark. Her first husband was Russell Allen Carr. Surviving are four daughters, Delores Carr of Martinsburg, Amy Carr and Cheryl Smith, both of Berkeley Springs, and Drema Lloyd of Hagerstown, Md.; two sons, Russell Carr of Berkeley Springs and Piphat Todd Carr of Hedgesville, W.Va.; four sisters, Betty Silver and Oleta Cain, both of Berkeley Springs, Mary Apple of Cherry Run, and Dorothy Stuckey of Martinsburg; and five grandchildren. A funeral will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Helsley-Johnson Funeral Home, Berkeley Springs, with the Rev. Henry L. Fisher officiating. Burial will be in Bethel Cemetery, Sleepy Creek, W.Va. The family will receive friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to Bethel Cemetery Association, c/o Dwight & Ruth Fox, Route 3, Box 1310, Hedgesville, W.Va. 25427 === "The Putnam Democrat" - West Virginia - Jan 4 2001 Evelyn Coffman Adkins, 93, of Salt Rock, passed away Friday, Dec. 22, 2000. Funeral services were conducted Sunday, Dec. 24, 2000, at Salt Rock United Methodist Church by Pastor David Cartwright. Burial in Gill Cemetery. She was born April 27, 1907, in Salt Rock, a daughter of the late Ella Johnston Gill Coffman and Albert Jenkins Coffman. She was also preceded in death by one daughter, Myrtle Ellen Adkins Richardson; one son, Jerry Lynn Adkins; and three brothers, Otho Coffman, Carl Coffman and James Coffman. She was retired from Cabell County Board of Education after 45 years of teaching. She taught at Lincoln Elementary, Ona Elementary and Salt Rock Elementary. She was a member of Salt Rock United Methodist Church. She is survived by her husband of almost 70 years, Eron “Jerry” Adkins; one son, James Phillip Adkins and his wife Debi; a daughter-in-law, Bette Notter Adkins Hammer; a son-in-law, Billy Jack Richardson; three sisters, Sadie Coffman Casey, Gertrude Coffman Stone and Sarah Ellen Coffman Perry; grandchildren Andrew and Melodie Adkins, Marcia Adkins Lytton and Richard Lytton, Melissa Adkins, Miriam Adkins, Lenora Richardson, Eron Richardson, Billy Richardson, Nathan and Lisa Richardson, Dawn Adkins Brown, Christopher Adkins, Patrick and Julie Adkins, Marc and Sarah Gamerman; great-grandchildren, Travis Lytton, Adam Lytton, Meredith Lytton, Ashley Richardson, Justin Richardson, Brandi Richardson, Matthew Richardson, Tommy Brown, Austin Adkins, Ashley and Justin Stutler and Max Gamerman. Wallace Funeral Home & Chapel, Barboursville, was in charge of arrangements. Special thanks to nephew James Albert and Patty Coffman and their daughter Lora for their love and support. === "The Powell Tribune" - Wyoming - Jan 2001 Former Powell resident Larry A. Litton, 63, died Thursday, Jan. 4 in Gainesville, Fla. He was born April 14, 1937, in Powell. His parents were Arthur G. Litton and Velma Anderson Litton. In 1945, his stepfather and mother, Calvin and Velma Darling, adopted him. He was graduated from Powell High School in 1956. In November, 1956, he enlisted in the U.S. Army for three years. In August, 1958, he and Joanne Taylor were married in Pittsburg, Pa. Their four children were born in Wyoming. Joanne died in 1995. In 1961, he began his career with Bell Telephone Co., and in April, 1999, he retired from Bell South. He married Janice Sulcer in St. Augustine, Fla., on Oct. 31, 1998. Survivors include his wife, Janice, of Holly Hill, Fla; his mother, Velma Darling of Powell; his four children, Laurie Szarmack and Kelly Colburn of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Michael Litton of Miami, Fla., and Joseph Litton of Pennsylvania; two sisters, Elieen Nicoll and husband Bruce of Kennewick, Wash., and Vickie Yale and husband Craig of Salt Lake City, Utah; six grandchildren and a great-granddaughter. No services are planned. Memorials may be made to the American Liver Foundation, Cedar Grove, NJ, or a charity of choice. === "The Free Lance-Star" - Fredericksburg, West Virginia - Jan 5 2001 Michelle Jordan Litton, 13, of Fredericksburg died Thursday, Jan. 4, 2001, in Norfolk after a long illness. Found & Sons Funeral Home, Fredericksburg, is handling arrangements, which were incomplete this morning. === "The Winston-Salem Journal" - North Carolina - Jan 17 2001 Mr. Norris Ray Lytton, 69, of White Plains Road, Roaring River died Monday, Jan. 15, 2001, at his home. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 18, 2001, at Roaring River Baptist Church with the Rev. Rex Foster and the Rev. Lonnie Brown officiating. The body will be placed in the church at 1:30 p.m. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mr. Lytton was born Oct. 1, 1931, in Wilkes County to M.H. and Eula Alexander Lytton. He was retired from Chatham Manufacturing after 33 years of service as a truck driver. Mr. Lytton served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. He was preceded in death by a grandson, Daron Hayes and a brother, W.R. Lytton. He is survived by his wife, Betty Jo Sparks Lytton of the home; a daughter and son-in-law, Donna and James Davis of East Bend; a son and daughter-in- law, David and Sharon Lytton of Millers Creek; a sister, Faye Sparks; three grandchildren, Kara Lytton and Amanda Lytton, both of Millers Creek and Ashley Hayes of Mulberry. The family will be at Reins-Sturdivant Funeral Home from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. Flowers will be accepted or memorials may be made to Roaring River Baptist Church Cemetery Fund, 312 White Plains Road, Roaring River, NC 28669. === "Bristol Herald Courier" - Virginia - Jan 19 2001 WISE, Va. -- Henry Earl Lytton, 86, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2001, at his home in Wise, Va. He was a member and former Sunday School teacher at the Crab Orchard Baptist Church, Crab Orchard, W.Va., presently was attending the Wise Baptist Church, was an avid gardener, a budding artist and a guitarist. He was a retired mine superintendent for Tams Coal Co., a 1972 graduate of Beckley College and also attended Marshall College. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Bertha Irene Roberts on June 29, 1974. Surviving are his wife of 25 years, Joanne Ireson Lytton, Wise; daughters, Sandra L. Horton and husband, S. Neil Horton, Crab Orchard, W.Va., Earlene Kincer and husband, James B. Kincer Jr., Beckley, W.Va., and Drema Gail Brush, Fruitland Park, Fla.; son, James C. Lytton and wife, Helen, Crab Orchard, W.Va., and Avon Park, Fla.; stepdaughter, Sherry Rife and husband, Edwin, Pound, Va.; stepson, Greg L. Ireson and wife, Kathy, Big Stone Gap, Va.; half sister, Claetta Helvey, Daniels, W.Va.; and 10 grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted 2 p.m. Saturday at Sturgill Funeral Home Chapel, Wise, Va., with Dr. Ray Jones Jr. officiating. Burial will follow in Wise Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6 - 8 p.m. Friday at Sturgill Funeral Home, Wise, Va., and from noon till time of service at 2 p.m. Saturday. === "Rocky Mountain News" - Denver, Colorado - Jan 24 2001 MARGARET J. ELSWICK, 79, of Northglenn died Jan. 15. Services were Jan. 20. Mrs. Elswick was born in Beaver City, Neb., on Feb. 27, 1921. She married Luther Elswick, 1949. She served in the Navy as an aviation machinist mate. She was a merchandising clerk at a pharmacy. She was a member of First Southern Baptist Church of Northglenn. Survivors include daughters Melinda of Englewood, Sandra Nelson of Idaho; sisters Patricia Cole of Denver, Roberta Kalkwarf of Nebraska; brother Robert Lutton of Texas. === "The Charleston Gazette" - West Virginia - Jan 24 2001 CULLODEN — John A. Higginbotham, 49, of Culloden, Cabell County, died Jan. 20, 2001, at home. He attended Teays Valley Missionary Baptist Church, Hurricane, was retired from the West Virginia Division of Highways. Surviving: daughters, Cari Lea of Cross Lanes, Sara of Hurricane, Jennifer, Johnna and Patty; son, Neuben; sisters, Myrtle Leach of Lewisburg, Marjorie Litton of Hurricane, Helen Walz of Milton; brother, Ray of Charleston; five grandchildren. Service will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Chapman Funeral Home, Hurricane, with the Rev. John D. Smith officiating. Burial will be in Valley View Memorial Park, Hurricane. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today at the funeral home. === "The Daily Independant" - Ashland, Kentucky - Jan 27 2001 Edith Christine Litton Dutton Tackett, 74, of Whitehouse, died Friday in Paul B. Hall Medcial Center in Paintsville. Mrs. Tackett was born April 8, 1926, in Johnson County, a daughter of the late Elbert and Sarah Ellen Litton. Her husband, Robie Tackett, died in 1996. She was a retired nurse. Surviving are two sons, Danny Bayes of Whitehouse, and Keith Short of Derby, Kan.; a daughter, Mary Dutton France of Whitehouse; a brother Hillard Litton of Tempe, Ariz.; 10 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be at 1 p.m. Sunday at Hammond Free Will Baptist Church by Isaac Rowland. Burial will be in the Tackett family cemetery in Whitehouse. Friends may call today and until time of service Sunday at the church. Jones-Preston Funeral Home in Paintsville is in charge of arrangements. "Paintsville Herald" - Kentucky - Jan 31 2001 Whitehouse resident Edith Christine Litton Dutton Tackett, 74, died Friday, January 26, at Paul B. Hall Regional Medical Center. Mrs. Tackett was born April 8, 1926, in Johnson County, to the late Elbert and Sarah Ellen Litton. She was a retired nurse. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Robie Tackett, in 1996. Surviving are two sons, Danny Bayes of Whitehouse and Keith Short of Derby, Kansas; one daughter, Mary Dutton France of Whitehouse; one brother, Hillard Litton of Timpey, Arizona; and 10 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday, January 28, at Hammond Freewill Baptist Church, with Isaac Rowland officiating. Burial followed in Tackett Family Cemetery at Whitehouse. Contributor of the Jan 31 one: Mary Ann Merritt - === "Daily Independent" - Ashland, Kentucky - Feb 10 2001 Pearl Litton 1936-2001 Pearl Spears Litton, 64, of Tomahawk, died Wednesday at her home. Mrs. Litton was born April 20, 1936, in Martin County, a daughter of the late Shirley and Mary Collins Spence. Surviving are her husband, Jack Litton; two sons, Ellis Spears Jr. and Tony Spears, both of Tomahawk; three daughters, Linda McPeeks of Delbarton, W.Va., Francis Roer of Williamson, W.Va., and Brenda Hignight of Columbus, Ohio; four brothers, Roy Spence, Don Spence, Albert Spence, and Sammy Spence, all of Tomahawk; four sisters, Barbara Butcher of Williamsport, Bessie Anderson of Tomahawk, Ruby Dheel of Lowmansville, and Minnie Sue Smith of Columbus; eight grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. The funeral was held at 11 a.m. today at Phelps & Son Funeral Home at Inez by James Maynard. Burial was in the Litton family cemetery at Tomahawk. Contributor: Mary Ann Merritt - === "The Courier-Journal" - Louisville, Kentucky - Mar 16 2001 NEW ALBANY - Cheryl Litton, 53, died Tuesday at Transitional Health Services of Clark County in Jeffersonville. She was a native of Superior, Neb.; a former employee of National City Bank; and a member of Jehovah's Witnesses Huntington Park Congregation in Louisville. Survivors: her mother, Martha Litton; and brothers Roger and Gary Litton. Memorial service: 2 p.m. Saturday, her church, Louisville. There will be no visitation. Arrangements: Baity's. ===== =====
Found in Cemeteries
The basic format for most listings is: Row/Section if known, Last Name, First Name, Born, Died, Notes b/w = buried with w/o = wife of h/o = husband of d/o = daughter of s/o = son of m/s = military service === Spring Ridge Cemetery, Sabine Parish LA Hwy 175 between Pleasant Hill and Belmont LA 22 Sanders, Lillian Litton b. Jan 2 1903 d. May 16 1983 22 Litton, Jessie W b. Jul 20 1907 d. Dec 24 1979 22 Litton, Rebecca Ann b. Mar 21 1884 d. Sep 30 1951 b/w George W 22 Litton, George W b. Sep 29 1878 d. May 10 1963 b/w Rebecca Ann 23 McCormic, Beddie Litton b. Dec 19 1905 d. Feb 23 1977 25 Litton, James T b. Feb 4 1920 d. Nov 12 1958 b/w Ina P 25 Litton, Ina P b. Apr 4 1908 d. Apr 17 1984 b/w James T 26 Litton, Deborah Irene b. Dec 6 1968 d. Aug 9 1980 34 Litton, Loree A b. Jun 11 1919 d. ? b/w Ray R 34 Litton, Ray R b. Dec 9 1917 d. Oct 9 1974 b/w Loree A 34 Litton, Mary Burnett b. Jan 27 1896 d. Jan 24 1944 b/w Pinkey Jackson 34 Litton, Pinkey Jackson b. 1898 d. 1956 b/w Mary Burnett 34 Litton, Douglas E b. Jan 8 1920 d. Jul 18 1965 34 Moorehead, Patsy Litton b. Mar 6 1939 d. Aug 30 1994 36 Litton, Wiliam Truley b. May 22 1912 d. Jan 3 1977 b/w Pauline Brown married Jan 21 1939 36 Litton, Pauline Brown b. Jul 18 1918 d. ? b/w William Truley 36 Litton, Fannie I b. Mar 31 1875 d. Mar 20 1953 b/w William B 36 Litton, William B b. Jan 11 1868 d. Jan 20 1939 b/w Fannie I 36 Litton, Ruthie C b. Feb 9 1872 d. Jan 24 1952 b/w Jim 36 Litton, Jim b. Feb 27 1871 d. May 24 1940 b/w Ruthie 36 Litton, Inez B b. Sep 5 1899 d. Dec 29 1945 b/w Alvin T 36 Litton, Alvin T b. Dec 3 1898 d. Dec 17 1983 b/w Inez B 43 Woods, Tyra Estes b. Dec 29 1915 d. May 31 1984 b/w Lillian Litton 43 Woods, Lillian Litton b. Nov 11 1887 d. Nov 6 1975 b/w Tyra Estes Woods 44 Litton, William H "Bill" b. May 22 1929 d. Jun 2 1987 b/w Elizabeth Woods 44 Litton, Elizabeth Woods b. Nov 23 1932 d. Feb 22 1992 b/w "Bill" 51 Litton, Mary Tyler b. Sep 28 1915 d. Jun 30 1990 b/w David 51 Litton, David b. May 3 1912 d. ? b/w Mary Tyler === Beulah Methodist Church Cemetery Near Marthaville, Natchitoches Parish LA Brewster, Dorthy Carnline Litton b. Dec 4 1926 d. Mar 1 1978 w/o E C Litton Litton, Delton Huey b. Oct 28 1948 d. Feb 1 1949 s/o Coye Litton Litton, Donnie D b. Jan 25 1948 d. Apr 14 1989 h/o Beverly Graves Litton, Ashley b. and d. Dec 1 1982 d/o Donnie and Beverly Litton, D B "Pete" b. Apr 27 1909 d. Oct 19 1986 h/o Katie Olive Litton, Katie Lee Olive b. Mar 7 1909 d. Jan 13 1978 w/o D B "Pete" Litton Litton, Infant b. and d. 1928 1928 s/o Katie and "Pete" Litton Litton, Infant no date/sex, of Katie and "Pete" Litton, Ellis M b. Aug 11 1906 d. Jun 11 1994 h/o Lou Ella Jennings Litton, Lou Ella Jennings b. Feb 25 1911 d. May 20 1986 w/o Ellis M Litton Litton, Lat b. Jul 8 1881 d. Aug 5 1965 h/o Zula Blankenship Litton, Zula Blankenship b. Aug 12 1888 d. Mar 12 1935 w/o Lat Litton === Lambertown Cemetery, Shamrock, Natchitoches Parish LA Several miles north of Robeline LA Litton, Justin Blake b. Mar 25 1983 d. Jul 20 1994 Litton, Jordan Delaney and Jordan Alexis (twins) b. Mar 14 1996 === Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Sabine Parish LA Near intersection of Hwys 174 and 175, Pleasant Hill LA 7 Litton, Clifton V b. Oct 10 1891 d. May 12 1952 b/w Hortense H m/s Sgt Hq Co 156 Inf WWI 7 Litton, Hortense H b. Sep 10 1885 d. Jul 12 1971 b/w Clifton V 20 Litton, Lurlene b. Jan 31 1907 d. Feb 2 1921 d/o Dr. and Mrs W Litton 23 Litton, Robert F b. Dec 27 1887 d. Jun 2 1955 b/w Ada M 23 Litton, Ada M b. Jul 31 1891 d. Nov 20 1981 b/w Robert F === Arlington National Cemetery Arlington VA 26 Litton, Amos b. 1859 d. 1901 26 Litton, Elbert, H b. 1879 d. 1900 26 Litton, John W b. 1846 d. 1937 26 Litton, Mary E b. 1866 d. 1953 26 Litton, Mary A b. 1883 d. 1894 27 Litton, Gladys R b. 1886 d. 1959 32 Litton, Florence b. 1876 d. 1894 32 Litton, Mary C b. 1854 d. 1894 32 Litton, Wiley W b. 1881 d. 1884 Lutton, E died or buried Jul 5 1864 m/s Union soldier (Pvt) from MD === Briar Creek Cemetery Williamsburg KY, Interstate 75 and State Route 92 Litton, Quarles b. Jan 25 1843 d. Aug 20 1888 m/s Co. G, 122nd U.S. Litton, Hiram b. Mar 29 1787 d. Oct 2 1852 Litton, Martha b. Jun 19 1797 d. Sep 18 1829 w/o Hiram Litton, John S b. Mar 20 1826 d. Sep 12 1854 Litton, Emily N b. ? d. Aug 29 1841 d/o Hiram and Martha === Chattanooga National Cemetery Chattanooga TN Litton, William "Bill" d. Feb 16 1999 age 58 === Mt. Olivet Cemetery Nashville TN Litton, Annie b. Jun 28 1806 Dublin Ireland, d. Oct 16 1892 Nashville d/o Joseph Litton, w/o Washington Bogart Cooper m. Jan 17 1842 Lytton, Benj. L, Oct. 1, 1866 age 67 === Paint Rock Baptist Church Cemetery Roane Co TN Litton, Isaac b. Sep 7 1921 d. Aug 16 1954 === Maple Hill Cemetery Hendricks Co IN Litton, Dennis M d. 1986 Litton, Ovia d. 1994 === Beane Cemetery Grapevine Road, Sissonville WV Litton, Lillie E b. 1906 d. 1963 (maybe w/o Bird) Maddox, Bird b. Sep 7 1904 d. Jul 29 1966 === Concord Methodist Church Cemetery South of Decaturville TN Luton, Corilla Harper b. 1876 d. 1972 w/o W O Luton Lutton, William Oliver b. 1869 d. 1934 (new stone) === Hyattstown Christian Cemetery Hwy 335, Hyattstown, Montgomery Co MD Lutton, A D b. 1867 d. 1952 === From: "Huron Co, OH Cemetery Inscriptions" 1997 by Huron Co chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society Lutton, Mary Dann === Lewis Cemetery On hill overlooking Foster Lake, Sweet Home, Linn Co OR Lutton, Donna L b. Feb 25 1927 Lutton, James E b. Jan 26 1920 d. Jan 9 1985 === Welsh Hills Cemetery County Road 121 and Twp Road 116, Granville Twp, Licking Co OH Litten, Carlos S d. 1902 Litten, Daniel b. 1817 d. 1881 Litten, Dorothy S b. 1905 d. 1964 Litten, Jessie b. 1874 d. 1934 Litten, Job W b. 1859 d. 1886 Litten, Lulu F d. 1896 Litten, Mary b. 1823 d. 1902 w/o Daniel Litten, Neil H d. 1897 Litten, Sophia b. 1853 d. 1878 Litten, Warren N b. 1920 d. 1945 Litten, Wynn b. 1871 d. 1960 === Oak Hill Cemetery Northwest part of Lampasas, Lampasas Co TX Litton, Marie Etta b. Dec 18 1884 d. Nov 11 1982 w/o Ray Litton, Ray b. May 15 1882 d. Apr 27 1976 Lytton, John T m/s Co. K, 2nd TX Cav. CSA Lytton, Mrs J T b. Dec 23 1851 d. Dec 3 1945 "mother of the homeless" Lytton, Ruby Hooper b. 1892 d. 1974 === Bedford, Lawrence Co IN At State Hwy 37 and State Hwy 50, go two miles south on Hwy 50 Litton, Fred O d. Jul 5 1936 m/s Sgt Maj 349 Inf 88 Div Litton, James b. May 8 1839 d. Aug 8 1923 m/s Co D 27 IN Vol Lytton, Charles b. 1870 d. 1948 Lytton, Josephine b. 1873 d. 1944 Lytton, Voris b. 1896 d. 1936 Smith, Ephria M b. 1861 d. 1941 Smith, Florence Lytton b. 1861 d. 1936 === Troy Cemetery Troy, Johnston Co OK Lytton, Thomas Wood b. Apr 3 1856 d. Jan 29 1938 b/w Flossie Lytton, Flossie (Bennett) b. Nov 27 1880 d. Nov 5 1964 b/w Thomas === Upson-Reserve Cemetery About 2.4 miles north and 3.2 miles west of Odell, Gage Co NE, on the north end of section 4 in Glenwood Twp, the south side of the road Lytton, Clyde d. Jan 23 1881 age 6ys s/o J F and R A Lytton Lytton, Lillian d. Nov 8 1879 age 13ys d/o J F and R A Lytton === Shady Grove Baptist Church Cemetery About 1/2 mile north of Hwy 274 and St Marks Church Road, which is 3 miles south of Cherryville, Gaston Co NC Lytton, Floyd E b. Oct 18 1898 d. May 8 1924 w/o T S === Antioch Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery On Antioch Road, Quitman, Jackson Parish LA Nicks, Lytton Samuel b. Feb 13 1911 d. May 30 1958 (Lytton is given name) Linton, Martha Eugenia b. Feb 2 1902 d. Dec 22 1968 === Sunset Cemetery Section 5 Shelby, Cleveland Co NC Lytton, John Wesley b. Feb 18 1857 d. Oct 6 1924 Lytton, Susan Jane Gaffney b. Jun 6 1848 d. Jan 11 1918 w/o John Wesley === Sunnyside Cemetery State Route 27, south of Kingfield ME Wing, Earl L(ytton) b. Oct 18 1887 d. Mar 1982 Wing, Inez G b. Apr 4 1894 d. Dec 28 1966 w/o Earl Wing, Sarah Belle Grose "Nanna" b. 1869 d. 1931 m/o Inez Wing, Earl Lytton Jr b. Jan 27 1923 d. Mar 26 1997 Wing. Daniel S "Danny Boy" b. 1955 d. 1956 s/o Earl Jr === Danish Lutheran Cemetery 7.5 miles southwest of Nisland, Butte Co SD 1/51 Peterson, Lucy M (Lytton) b. Jan 1876 d. May 21 1973 1/32 Shaykett, Julius Minor b. 1851 d. Aug 26 1915 1/37 Shaykett, Margaret E (Collins/Lytton) b. 1851 d. May 13 1934 === Poplar Springs Cemetery High Street, Franklin VA 25 Lytton, Willie H b. May 23 1868 d. Aug 18 1909 === Price's Chapel Cemetery Anderson Co TX Abernathy, J F b. Apr 29 1853 d. Jan 16 1899 s/o Daniel Abernathy and Martha Litten, h/o Malinda J Price Abernathy, J B b. Jun 24 1857 d. Nov 1 1898 unmarried s/o Daniel Abernathy and Martha Litten Price, Nancy Luvinia b. 1849 (unmarked grave) d/o Daniel Abernathy and Martha Litten, w/o John J Price === County Line Methodist Church Cemetery Anderson Co TX Kale, Luther b. Dec 4 1825 Catawba Station NC, d. abt 1895 (unmarked grave) s/o Ephriam Kale and Ruanna Hamilton h/o Sarah Ann Litten m. Nov 25 1848 Catawba Co NC Kale, Sarah Ann (Litten) b. abt 1828 NC, d. abt 1898 (unmarked grave) d/o James Litten and Nancy Edwards, w/o Luther Kale Kale, Mary Margaret b. Oct 15 1865 d. Mar 26 1883 unmarried d/o Luther Kale and Sarah Ann Litten Kale, Ephriam Monroe b. 1848 d. Mar 30 1938 s/o Luther Kale and Sarah Ann Litten, h/o Julia Lightfoot Kale, William Henry b. Dec 1 1859 d. Dec 15 1943 s/o Luther Kale and Sarah Ann Litten, h/o Fannie Jane Wood Luther and Sarah d. Carroll Springs, Anderson Co TX. Sarah d/o James Litton and m. Oct 20 1812 Lincoln Co NC Nancy Edwards, both b. 1783 Lincoln Co === Grant and Brown Cemetery Centerville Twp, Neosho Co KS Litten, Eliza Jane b. Aug 31 1842 d. Feb 10 1909 w/o Robert Swank, Robert b. Mar 14 1839 d. Jan 1 1880 h/o Eliza m. Aug 22 1867 Kidder, Henry Kidder b. Jan 17 1837 d. Dec 9 1889 2nd h/o Eliza === Vaughnsville Cemetery Vaughnsville OH Anderson, Mae E b. May 6 1909 Vaughnsville, d. Nov 14 1998 Pandora OH d/o John Anderson and Verda Rager w/o Larrick P "Lefty" Litten (m. Apr 8 1927) d. Sept 11 1973 === Rose Hill Cemetery Newburgh IN Litten, Ann T b. Feb 14 1946 d. Oct 30 1998 w/o James "Ed" Skiles, sister of Harry Litten Jr and Jack Litten === Chartiers Hill Church Cemetery (New Castle PA?) Smith, L D h/o Ellen Lutton Lutton, Ellen w/o L D === Pitsburg (aka Mote) Cemetery Darke Co OH Litten, Bertha Mae buried May 25 1996 age 90 === Wares Chapel Cemetery Columbia Co AR Litton, Era S, June 23, 1895 - Feb. 21, 1969 Wife of Steve J. Litton Litton, Steve J, Aug. 7, 1889 - Nov. 22, 1931 === Park Heights Cemetery Brunswick MD Myers, Anna Lucille b. Oct 1 1924 Keyser WV, d. Mar 28 1998 Brunswick w/o James Boyd Myers Jr d/o Gilbert Russell Litten and Nannie Carol Swain siblings: Nancy Litten; Wade Litten of Gibsonville NC; James R Litten, Luther S Litten and Franklin E Litten, all of Keyser; Henderson Litten of McCoole MD; Lee Roy Litten of Lynchburg VA; Richard H Litten of OH, Samuel C Litten of Baltimore === Old City of Nashville Cemetery Nashville TN Litton, A H b. 1788 (Dublin Ireland) d. May 1836 Litton, J b. May 1 1788 (Dublin Ireland) d. Jun 1846 Litton, Catherine (b. Ireland) d. 1845 w/o I J Litton Litton, Joseph b. Jul 19 1808 d. Aug 1841 Litton, Jacob A b. May 19 1817 d. Jul 7 1835 Litton, Richard J b. 1817 d. Feb 1853 Litton, Rebecca b. 1819 d. 1843 (consort of Isaac Litton) === Falling Water Cemetery Junction of Laurel Fork and Bear Fork, Belgrove WV Litton, Jarrell Lee d. May 12 1935 Litton, A P, b. Oct 7 1859 d. Dec 16 1944 s/o William H Litton === Evergreen Cemetery Colorado Springs CO T-240 Litton, Frank, d. May 5 1948 T-242 Litton, Harley R, b. 1887 d. Aug 11 1959 T-237 Litton, James S, Rev., b. 1880 d. Sep 24 1942 T-237 Litton, Susan R, b. 1885 no d. date (w/o Rev. James S. Litton) === White Pine Church Cemetery Near Roane/Jackson county line, Belgrove WV Litton, Emory b. 1902 h/o Addie Litton, Addie B b. 1906 d. 1973 w/o Emory === Holbert Cemetery 1 mile southeast of Elk Fork Church, Gay WV Thomas, Emily A (Litton) b. 1828 d. 1910 d/o David Litton, w/o Henry Thomas, Henry E Thomas b. 1833 d. 1882 s/o Rev A D Thomas, h/o Emily === Parsons Cemetery Gay Road, Gay WV Litton, Delmer b. Apr 7 1909 d. Aug 28 1969 s/o Benjamin Litton, Opal (Godbey) b. Aug 22 1910 d. Apr 8 1984 w/o Delmer Litton, Grover b. Nov 24 1922 d. Sep 25 1978 s/o Benjamin Litton Summers, Osa (Staats) b. 1885 d. 1953 sister to Ola Litton, Ola (Staats) b. Jun 3 1888 d. Oct 18 1979 w/o Benjamin Litton, Benjamin Litton b. Sep 2 1880 d. Dec 8 1947 s/o Abraham Litton, Walter b. 1880 d. 1968 s/o Henry Litton, Mattie (Parsons) b. 1894 w/o Walter Rhodes, Vesta (Litton) d/o Benjamin Cox, Leora (Litton) b. Apr 1 1876 d. May 4 1962 d/o Abraham Cox, Benjamin F b. Apr 30 1874 d. Jul 30 1954 h/o Leora Cox, Levi Edward b. 1907 d. Dec 6 1996 s/o Leora and Benjamin Cox, Marel b. 1911 d. 1914 d/o Leora and Benjamin Cox, Ethel b. 1913 d, 1916 d/o Leora and Benjamin Neff, Eura (Cox) b. Sep 15 1900 d. Jan 12 1988 d/o Leora and Ben === Harpold Cemetery South of Elk Fork Road 1 mile east of Briscoe Church, Gay WV Litton, John L b. 1839 d. 1910 s/o Abraham Litton Litton, Marinda (Westfall) b. 1839 d. 1910 d/o Stephen Westfall, w/o Abe Litton === Fairplain Cemetery Route 21, Fairplain WV Casto, Ona (Litton) b. 1884 d. 1974 w/o F A Casto m. Aug 20 1905 Cassto, Frederick A b. 1867 d. 1936 s/o Martin and Elizabeth J (Johns) Casto Litton, Ira L b. 1886 d. 1923 s/o David and Luverna (Thomas) Litton Litton, Teresa Jo. b. 1970 Litton, Leora D (Staats) b. 1885 d. 1936 w/o Ira, d/o Squire and Nancy (Dobson) Staats === Otterbein Cemetery Angerona WV Litton, Flavy F b. 1909 b. 1946 s/o Ira L Litton === Jackson Memory Garden Cottageville WV Litton, Charles B(ert) b. 1895 d. 1974 s/o Abraham Park Litton Litton, Margaret A (McQueen) b. 1902 w/o Charles B(ert) Litton === Old City Cemetery Lynchburg VA, in Confederate Section Litton, W. H. - CSA Co. C, 48th NC === Bennington VT Section A Lot 666 - Manning, Jane Eliza b. 1822c d. Jun 28 1894 age 72 d/o Gen. Henry Robinson, w/o James E Manning & Dr. A Litton === Ashbury Cemetery Pickaway Co OH Infant dau of D and R Litten died Feb 1852 Amon son of D and R Litten Died July 5, 184? Aged 4y 22d === Hayes Cemetery McCreary Co KY, on Hayes Creek near Creekmore KY, at Hayes Creek Church of God take the gravel road up the hill to the first road on the right to the top of the hill Litton, Elmer D, 15 May 1903 4 Jul 1973 Litton, Emma J, 24 Apr 1908 w/o Elmer D Litton, Albert James 24 Sep 1900 Litton, Tressie (Hamblin), 10 Oct 1905 6 Jun 1977 w/o Albert James === Highland Cemetery #2 Muse, Richard 1876 1963 Muse, Louvena (Litton) 1880 1966 w/o Richard === De Ann Cemetery, New Section Nevada Co AR Litton, Charles H, 1864 - 1936 Litton, Fred W, 26 Feb 1896 - 21 Feb 1919 Litton, Lela W, 1870 - 1967 === Pacific Crest Cemetery Redondo Beach CA Lytton E Crissinger - September 22, 1956 === Tollhouse Cemetery Clovis CA Litton, Jesse J, 3-4-1900 Age 43 yrs 9 das Found in the cemetery records, but grave not found =====

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