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Jessamine County Marriages

Jessamine County "Colored Notes"

Contributed by Roxanne Moores

County Coordinator Jessamine County KyGenWeb

 

BROWN, JOHN
Funeral services for John Brown, who died Wednesday at the home at 508 Robinson avenue, will be held at the
Antioch Baptist church Friday afternoon. Burial will be in Locust Grove cemetery at Nicholasville.,

Source: "The Leader", March 21, 1940
 
BURTON, ROBERT
Robert Burton of Jessamine county died Sunday afternoon on the Todds road from injuries received in an automobile accident.,

Source: "The Leader", September 17, 1940
 

BYRNS, PYLINA
"Aged woman burns to death"
From burns received when her home and all its contents were burned at Keene, Wednesday night, Mrs. Pylina
Byrns one of the oldest and best known colored women of Jessamine county, died Thursday morning.

Source: "The Leader", January 18, 1912

CROUCH, WILLIAM
William Crouch, 774 Market street, died Friday afternoon at the Good Samaritan hospital. He was born
and reared in Jessamine county and was a son of Jerry and Ann Crouch. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Anna
Crouch. Interment will be in No. 2 Cemetery.

Source: "The Leader", April 6, 1940

DEDMAN/SPENCER
Spencer Dedman died Monday night at his residence in Dixontown, Jessamine County,

Source: "The Leader", July 16, 1940

EVANS, MARY
Mrs. Mary Evans, Nicholasville, died at her residence Saturday after a long illness. She is survived by her
husband. Interment will be in Locust Grove cemetery.
Source: "Herald-Leader", February 25, 1940

HARRIS, ROBERT
Robert Harris died at his residence, 142 Seventh Street, Thursday morning after a lingering illness.
The funeral services will be held Friday morning. The remains will be carried to Wilmore, Jessamine County
for burial.,

Source: "The Leader", February 16, 1911

LAMPKINS, JOHN
John Lampkins died Saturday night at his residence in Keene, Jessamine county, after a brief illness.
Interment in the Keene cemetery.

Source: "The Leader", June 16, 1930

MEEKS, INEZ
Mrs. Inez Meeks died Friday at her home in Nicholasville.

 Source: "Herald-Leader", November 24, 1940

RILEY, SENECCA
Senecca Riley, of Nicholasville, died at the home of his grandson, George Lee Davis, Saturday morning.
Interment in the family lot in Keene cemetery.,

Source: "The Leader", April 6, 1930

SHELBY, CHARLES
Charles Shelby, a highly respected colored citizen of Keene, Jessamine county died at his home Thursday
morning,

Source: "The Leader", March 1, 1912

THOMAS, EASTER
Easter Thomas, College street, Nicholasville, died Monday night at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Alice
Vontres.  Interment was to be in Locust Grove cemetery.

Source: "The Leader", September 4, 1940

TRIMBLE, HENRY
Henry Trimble, Nicholasville, died Friday evening. Interment in the family lot in Locust Grove cemetery.
Source: "The Leader", September 14, 1930

VINCE, WILLIAM
William Vince, Nicholasville, died Thursday morning at his home on east Chestnut street. Interment in
Locust Grove cemetery.

Source: "The Leader", October 9, 1930

VINEGAR, LOUIS
Louis Vinegar died Thursday night at his residence at Keene. He was born and reared in Jessamine County and
was the son of the late Tom and Aggie Vinegar.

Source: "The Leader", July 19, 1940

WALKER, MARTHA JANE
Funeral services for Mrs. Martha Jane Walker, who died Thursday morning at the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. Bessie Gray, in Nicholasville, will be held Saturday afternoon. Interment in the Keene cemetery.
Source: "The Leader", October 10, 1930

WALKER, SALLIE
Mrs. Sallie Walker, Clear creek, Jessamine county, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Addie Straus,
217 York street, Nicholasville, Friday. Interment in Keene cemetery.

Source: "The Leader", Aug. 3, 1930