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Section - B
From the files of Audrey Bernice French Goode/Good
|Drusilla W. Bailey||Marietta Baker||Virginia "Virgie" Oakes Ball||Hubert Lee Ballard|
|Jewell M. "Marie" Ballard||Ola Yocum Barker||William D Bastin||Ira Bates|
|Flonnie Rash Baugh||James Albert, Baugh Sr.||Ollie F Baugh||Opal J. Baugh|
|Mary Elizabeth Carson Baughman||Ethel Irene Denny Benge||Homer E Benge||Gracie Elizabeth Bishop|
|Christopher J.Blanton||Harry G.Bowling||Addie Boyd||Mary B. Yocum Henry Boyd|
|Elizabeth Carter Broaddus||Elga
|Elizabeth Lewis Brown||Elmer D.Brown
|Jewell Cash Brown||Jonas C.Brown||Sally Vess Harris Brown||Virgil W. Brown|
|Hazel Brummett||Preston "Bill" Brummett||Paul Bryant||Christine Burgess|
|Rosa Helen Burke||Elizabeth Butt||Robert Butt|
September 23, 1996 - Danville Advocate
28, 1915 - September 21, 1996
- Drusilla Williams Bailey, 81 of Crab Orchard died Saturday at Vencor Hospital,
Louisville. Born Aug. 28, 1915 in Harlan, she was a daughter of the late
Robert and Mary Caddell Williams. She was a homemaker and a member of High splint Baptist Church, High Splint.
include her husband, George W. Bailey; a son, George Bailey Jr. of Rocky
Mountain, N. C.; six daughters, Sharon B. Dale of Crab Orchard, Janet
Parsons of Louisville, Martha B. Moore of Lexington, Sheila B. Kidd of Stanford, Barbara Bailey of Hesperia and Susan Sowder of Lancaster; two brothers, Tom
Williams of Utah and Franklin Williams of Pontiac, Mich.,; a sister, Doris Holmes of Pontiac; 7 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
will be held 1 p.m. Tuesday at Fox Funeral Home by the Rev. Jim Wilson, Burial
will be in Crab Orchard Cemetery.
July 02, 1987 - Interior Journal
05, 1924 - June 20, 1987
Baker, 62, of Rt. 1, Crab Orchard died Saturday, June 20 at the Fort Logan
Hospital due to an apparent heart attack.
was born in Fayette County on September 5, 1924 to the late Charlie and Sarah
Wallin Denney. She was a housewife. A son William Baker preceded her in death.
include her husband, Glen Baker of Rt. 1, Crab Orchard; three sons, Jimmy Baker
of Myrtle Beach S.C., Gary Baker of Cincinnati, Ohio and Dennie
Baker of Hamilton, Ohio; two daughters, Glenda Dewald of Cincinnati, Ohio and Roxetta Ball of Fairfield, Ohio; three sisters, Ella Mae Locknane of Lexington, Pearl
Bunch of Hamilton, Ohio and Ruby Hickey of Barbourville, Fla.; 11 grandchildren; nieces, nephews, and friends.
services were 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, June 24 at the Martin Funeral Home with
Harold Carter officiating. Burial was in the Bethel Cemetery.
were Rick Dewald, Tim Deward, Charlie Dewald, Todd Baker, John Locknane and
Funeral Home was in charge of all the arrangements.
September 02, 1993 - The Central Record, Lancaster
Virginia "Virgie" Oakes
Ball, age 90, died Saturday, August 28, 1993, at Chatsworth Health Care Center
in Dalton, Ga. A resident of Dalton, Ga. formerly of Lancaster, she was born
September 16, 1902, in Garrard County, Ky., to the late John T. and Cordelia Reynolds Oakes.
was a homemaker, a member of Lancaster Christian Church and the widow of Louis
is survived by two sons and daughters-in-law, Charles and Doris Jean Ball of
Dalton, Ga. and Billy and Lana Ball of San Diego, Calif.; one sister,
Elizabeth Pero of Louisville, Ky.; two grandsons, Tim Ball of Dalton, Ga. and Lafe Ball of San Diego, Calif.; two granddaughters, Betsy Hefner of Memphis,
Tenn. and Teresa Ball of San Diego, Calif.; eight great-grandchildren ; several nieces and nephews.
services were held at 11:00 a. m., Tuesday, August 31, 1993 at Ramsey Funeral
Home, officiated by Rev. Bill Hawkins. Burial was in the Lancaster
were Louis Ball, Russell Ball, Paul Young, Shelton Moss, David Moss and Mike
January 30, 1997 - The Central Record, Lancaster
Lee Ballard, 72, died Saturday, January 25, 1997 at Ephraim McDowell Regional
Medical Center, Danville, Ky.
resident of Ballard Road, Lancaster, Ky., he was born December 20, 1924 in
Garrard County, Ky. and was a son of the late William Goebel and Helen Ray
was a farmer, an employee of Sugar Knoll Horse Farm and former employee of
Canada Dry Distilling Company. He was a member of Bryantsville United Methodist
a member of the DAV and was an Army Veteran of World War II.
include, wife Ann Doris Boyd Ballard of Lancaster, Ky.; two daughters, Mrs. Jim
K. (Linda) Baker of Lancaster, Ky. and Mrs. David (Lola) Proctor of
Harrodsburg, Ky. three sons, Mark (Susan) Ballard of Nicholasville, Ky., Steve (Juanita) Ballard of Lancaster, Ky. and Paul Dean Ballard of Lancaster, Ky.; 9 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.
services were held Tuesday, January 28, 1997 at Ramsey Funeral Home, officiated
by Rev. Larry Harris and Rev. James Williams. Burial was in the Camp Nelson
were Shane Baker, Tony Ballard, Brandon Ballard, Jamie Ballard, Jerry Lee
Winchester, Greg Hensley and Jason Hensley. Honorary pallbearers were David
Mike Feldman, Joe Henry, Keith Myers, John Ferry, Fred Day, Eugene Boyd, Cecil Duncan and Lance "Buddy" Adams.
July 20, 2000 - Interior Journal
Jewell M. "Marie"
M. "Marie" Ballard of Blue Ash, Ohio, died Friday July 14 at her home.
was the daughter of Kenley and Bessie Kidd Ballard.
include sisters, Wanda Carnes, Lola Collins, Freeman Ballard and Verna Ballard;
and several nieces and nephews.
services were held Tuesday, July 18, at the Mt. Moriah Christian Church at 12
Funeral Home was in charge of the local arrangements.
September 15, 1996 - Advocate- Danville, KY
10, 1916 - September 13, 1996
- Ola Barker, 80, of Alumni Drive, Lexington, died Friday at St. Joseph Hospital
there. Born April 10, 1916 in Lincoln County, she was the daughter of the
late Samuel and Laura Bell Devore Yocum. She was a homemaker and a member of the Catholic church.
include her husband, Elijah "Zek" Barker; four sons, James S. Miracle
of Cincinnati, Mike Barker and Henry Barker, both of Lexington and Jerry Barker
Nicholasville; four sisters, Verna Vermillion and Essie Singleton, both of Danville, Dessie Gibson of Glasgow and Betty Warren of Warren, Ohio; 19 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
will be at 2 p.m. today at Fox Funeral Home by Brother Gary Yocum. Burial will
be in Buffalo Springs Cemetery.
, November 05, 1996 - Advocate -Messenger, Danville
16, 1924 - November 04, 1996
- William David Bastin, 72, Greenriver Road, Hustonville, died Monday at Central
Baptist Hospital, Lexington. Born April 16, 1924 in Lincoln County, he was a
son of the late James and Lula Reed Bastin. He was a farmer and school bus driver for 23 years in the Lincoln County system. He was a member of Geneva Baptist Church, a
World War II Army veteran and a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars.
include his wife, Essie Harchel Bastin; a son, David M. Bastin, Danville; two
daughters, Dixie Lee Smith of Moreland and Linda Carol Sears of Hustonville;
a brother, Kennely Bastin, Brown County, Ind.; three sisters, Lela Oliver of Franklin, Ind., Anna Fay Eakle of Brown County, Ind., and Shelby Jean Abner of
Greenwood, Ind.; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Fox Funeral Home by the Revs; G. W. Smith and David
Calhoun. Burial with military rites by Caswell
Saufley American Legion Post 18 will be in New Salem Cemetery.
will be Kenneth Austin, Larry McWhorter, Scott Ellis, Shane Bastin and Tommy and
Larry Smith. Honorary pallbearers were Bob and
Steve Peck, Dewey Coffman, Coy Reynolds, Bill Tarter, Max Caudill and Edward Turpin
June 11, 1987 - Interior Journal
18, 1920 - June 04, 1987
Bates, 67, of Rt. 3, Waynesburg, died Thursday, June 4 at the Fort Logan
Hospital in Stanford.
native of Knott County, he was born May 18, 1920 to the late Neva Cook and Cecil
C. Bates. He was a self employed carpenter.
include his wife Mabel Spaw Bates; a son, Ronald B. Bates of Waynesburg and a
daughter, Ellen Tarter of Cincinnati, Ohio; one brother, Elmer Bates
of Waynesburg; Four sisters, Grace Gilbert, London, Mary Alice Caldwell, JoAnna Bates and Naomi Purdue, all of Waynesburg; 7 grandchildren, Tina Adams
Singleton, Richard L. Greer, Tracy May, Alicia Young, Shelly Bates McGuffey, April Bates and Brandy Bates; and two great grandchildren, Magan Greer and Brandon McGuffey.
services were held Saturday, June 6 at the Barnett and Demrow Funeral Home with
Rev. Wayne Stephens officiating. Burial was in Double Springs Cemetery.
September 17, 1992 - Interior Journal
29, 1899 - September 10, 1992
Rash Baugh, 93, of Fort Logan Extended Care, Stanford, (formerly of the Green
River community) died September 10 at the Fort Logan E.C. U.
native of Pulaski County, she was born July 29 1899 to the late Andrew Rash and
Rebecca White Rash. She was a homemaker, a member of New Bethel Church of Christ
and the widow of Ollie Baugh.
include one son, Clyde Baugh of Stanford; two daughters, Ruth Johnson of
Danville and Helen Watts of Middleburg; one brother, Carl Rash of Brodhead;
10 grandchildren; and several great grandchildren.
were the grandsons.
services were held Saturday, Sept. 12 at the Fox Funeral Home with Mr. Curtis
Allen Herrington and Mr. Larry Baker officiating. Burial was in Buffalo
Springs Cemetery in Stanford.
Nov 13, 1980 - Interior Journal
BAUGH, James Albert, Sr.
Albert Baugh, Sr., 83, of Route 1, Stanford, died Thursday, November 6 at the
Friendship Nursing Home, Danville, after a long illness.
native of Lincoln County, he was a retired farmer and member of Fairview Baptist
include his wife, Mrs. Myrtle Flannary Baugh of Rt, 1, Stanford; 2 daughters,
Mrs. Charley King and Mrs. Bertha Ernst, both of Rt. 1, Stanford; one son, James
Baugh, Jr., Versailles; one sister, Mrs. Pearl Holtzclaw, Stanford; 7 grandchildren and 9 great- grandchildren.
services were held Sunday, November 9 at Fairview Baptist Church with the Revs;
Roy McGuffey and Elmore Ray officiating. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery.
were James Gary Baugh, Billy Joe Baugh, Garrett King, Bill McEwan, James Bradley
Rogers, and Michael Wells.
and Fox Funeral Home was in charge of arrangement.
August 14, 1975 - Interior Journal
05, 1900 - August 07, 1975
F. Baugh, 75, of Stanford, died Thursday, August 7, at his home after an
native of Lincoln County he was a retired employee of the Lincoln County School
system. A member of the New Bethel Church of Christ,
He was the son of the late Ramson and Mary Hubble Baugh.
is survived by his wife. Mrs. Flonnie Rash Baugh, Stanford; two daughters, Mrs.
Boyd Johnson, Danville and Mrs. Billy Watts of Liberty; two sons, Clyde and
Clell Baugh, both of Stanford; 6 sisters, Mrs. Vida Durham, Mrs. Joda Milburn, Mrs. J. C. Fletcher, and Mrs. Orville Hensley all of McKinney; Mrs. Carlos Toombs of
Hustonville and Mrs. Winfred Terry of Roseville, Mich.; 1 step brother, Atlas Reed of McKinney, 9 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
Milburn, J. C. Fletcher, Orville Hensley, Roy Denham, Curtis Herrington and
Winfred Terry, served as pallbearers.
services were held Saturday afternoon by Brother Hugh Thomas. Burial was in the Buffalo
Morgan and Fox Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
March 17, 1977 - Interior Journal
25, 1926 - March 10, 1977
Opal J. Baugh, 51, of Rt. 1, Waynesburg, died March 10, 1977 at Lake Cumberland
Medical Center, after having been ill for about a year.
in Minneapolis, Minnesota to the late Anna Mauer and Marcus Mauer on Jan. 25,
Baugh had lived in Waynesburg for about three years, having come here from
Chicago, Illinois. She was a housewife. She married Lonnie Baugh on August 25,
1946, whom survives her.
include 2 sons, Dan and Leonard Baugh, both of Waynesburg; 3 daughters, Mrs.
Susan Cress, Mrs. Adele Padgett and Miss Diane Baugh, all of Waynesburg; 8
and 2 sisters, Mrs. Anita Henek of Woodridge, Ill., and Mrs. Barbara Henek of Downers Grove, Ill.
services were at Barnett Funeral Home Chapel on Sunday, March 13, at 2:00 p.m.
with Mr. Ralph Singleton officiating. Burial was in McKinney Cemetery.
August 24, 2000 - Interior Journal
Mary Elizabeth Carson
25, 1905 - August 21, 2000
Elizabeth Carson Baughman, a Stanford resident for all but a handful of her 95
years, died Monday, Aug. 21, 2000 at the Christian Health Center in Louisville.
nurse, teacher, wife and mother, Mrs. Baughman is best known to many Lincoln
Countians for her polite kindness that began with sending care packages to local
World War II and continued after health forced her to move to the Christian Home in Louisville in 1990.
Baughman would scour the Interior Journal weekly and drop notes of
congratulations to youngsters whose names appeared on school honor rolls or
other noteworthy endeavors.
Sept. 25, 1905 in Stanford to the late James Thomas and Susie Belle Carter
Carson. Mrs. Baughman attended Centre Collage and graduated from Georgetown
College in 1928.
taught nursing at Norton Hospital in Louisville and Good Samaritan Hospital in
Lexington before moving back to Stanford in 1936 when she married William Henry
Sr., a farmer and avid tennis player. In Stanford she was active in the Stanford Christian Church, Daughters of the American Revolution, PTA, the Stanford Garden Club,
various church circles and was active in the Red Cross during the war. She also served as a substitute teacher.
Baughman is survived by two sons, Dr. William Henry Baughman Jr. of Smithfield,
Ky., a retired college professor, and Dr. James Carson Baughman of Stanford,
a retired minister of the Christian Church; three grandchildren and seven great- grandchildren.
services will be led by her son, James Baughman, at 10 a.m. Thursday at Fox
Funeral Home with burial in Buffalo Springs Cemetery
will be James Carson Baughman, Jr. , William Graham Baughman, Paul Wesley Lewis,
H. R. Saufley III, Cable Francis II,
David Horseman, Charles Hinds and McClary Milton.
October 03, 1991 - Interior Journal
Ethel Irene Denny
14, 1942 - September 30, 1991
Irene Denny Benge, 49, of 4245 Hustonville Road, Northtown Apts., Danville, died
Monday, September 30 at her residence.
native of Lincoln County, she was born March 14, 1942 to the late Elmer Denny
and Cella James Denny. She was an employee of Johnston - Murphy Shoe Co.,
Danville and a Baptist.
include one son, Greg Benge; two daughters, Sandra Duff and Debbie Wilburn, both
of Stanford; four brothers, William Denny, Louisville, Larry Flannery,
James Brock, Modesto CA., and Charles Denny of Lexington. two sisters, Mabel Mobley of Stanford and Mae Neal of Lexington; and 6 grandchildren.
services were held Thursday, Oct 3, at the Fox Funeral Home with Rev. Ernest
Martin officiating. Burial was in Mt. Zion Cemetery.
November 23, 1988 - Lincoln Ledger, Stanford
27, 1905 - November 14, 1988
- The funeral of Homer Edward Benge, 83 of Crab Orchard Route1 was held Thursday
at the Fox Funeral Home, Stanford, by
Charles Brown. Burial was in Mount Zion Cemetery.
died Monday, Nov. 14 at Fort Logan Hospital.
April 27, 1905, he was the son of the late Anderson and Molly Watson Benge. He
was a carpenter, farmer and
former Lincoln County magistrate. He was a member of Mount Zion Church of Christ.
April 27, 1905, he was the son of the late Anderson and Molly Watson Benge. He
was a carpenter, farmer and
include his wife, Nellie McClure Benge; three sons, Virgil, Chester and Danny
Wayne Benge, all of Crab Orchard; two daughters, Jeannie Smith and
Glenda Ferrell, both of Crab Orchard; a sister, Mrs. Homer (Mattie) Denney of Crab Orchard; 15 grandchildren; and six great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a son, Harold Gervos Benge.
family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to East
End Ambulance Service.
October 07, 1999 - Interior Journal
BISHOP, Gracie Elizabeth
05, 1919 - September 29, 1999
Gracie Elizabeth Bishop, 80, of Crab Orchard, formerly of Sand Springs, died
Wednesday, Sept. 29 at the Fort Logan Hospital in Stanford.
native of Rockcastle Co., she was born March 5, 1919 to the late Thomas and
Minnie Bradley Renner. She was a homemaker, a member
of the Ottawa Baptist Church, and the widow of Elza Bishop.
was also preceded in death by one son, four sisters, and two brothers.
include three daughters, Mrs. Patsy Moore and Mrs. Shirley Denny, both of Crab
Orchard, and Mrs. Brenda Bryant of Lawrenceburg; four brothers, Arlie Renner of
Mt. Vernon, Oather Renner of Danville, Lester Renner of Somerset, and Sylvester Renner of Crab Orchard; seven grandchildren; seven great -grandchildren; and one great -great -grandchild.
services were held Saturday, Oct 2 at the Ottawa Baptist Church with Bro. Cecil
Roundtree and Bro. Darrell Gentry officiating. Burial was in the Ottawa
Funeral Home of Brodhead was in charge of the arrangements.
November 05, 1996 - Advocate -Messenger, Danville
Orchard - Christopher Jordan Blanton, stillborn son of Christy Lynn Murphy and
Christopher Paul Blanton of Crab Orchard, died Sunday at Ephriam McDowell
Regional Medical Center.
survivors include a maternal grandfather, Rodney Dewayne Murphy; maternal
great-grandmother, Nellie Reynolds; maternal great-grandfather, Earl
"Red" Reynolds; and
paternal grandparents, Barbara and Russell Neal Blanton, all of Crab Orchard.
services were scheduled for 1 p.m. today at Crab Orchard Cemetery.
McKnight- Martin Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
June 11, 1987 - Interior Journal
04, 1892 - June 09, 1987
G. Bowling, 94, of Rt. 1, Stanford, died Tuesday at the Veteran Administration
Medical Center in Lexington following a lengthy illness.
owned and operated a grocery store at Walnut Flat for over 51 years. Just last
year he had a shoot out with some would-be burglars and drove them away.
was born in Laurel County on Dec. 4, 1892 to the late Jesse and Eliza Cloyd
was a veteran of World War I, a member of the Caswell Saufley Post # 18 of the
American Legion and was a member of the American Association of Retired Persons.
include four nephews, Jesse A. Bowling of Versailles, Charles Hackley of
Stanford, Dr. E. C. Bowling, Jr. of Lebanon and Clifford House of Crab Orchard;
three nieces, Ann Wyler of Stanford, Edith Hoskins of Stanford and Dorothy Bowling of Louisville.
services will be at 2 p.m., Friday at Fox Funeral Home. Rev. Ronald Harpe will
officiate. Burial will be in Buffalo Springs Cemetery.
Military graveside honors
will be given by the Caswell Saufley Post of the American Legion.
August 20, 1981 - Interior Journal
K. Boyd, 84, of Danville, died Saturday, August 15 at the Garrard County
was a member of a Baptist Church, a housewife and the widow of Ben Boyd. She was
born February 11, 1897.
include 2 sons, Virgil Boyd, Lancaster, Ray Boyd, Indiana; 4 daughters, Mrs.
Margaret Chambers, Junction City, Mrs. Rosa Poynter, Rt. 3, Lancaster,
Mrs. Emma Gene Baker, Indianapolis, Ind., Mrs. Nellie Goode, Harrodsburg; 1 sister, Nellie Franklin, Stanford; 29 grandchildren,
65 great-grandchildren and great-great- grandchildren.
were Mike Poynter, Joe Williams, Ronnie Griffin, Gary Poynter, Paul Chambers,
& Junior Goode.
services were held Monday, August 17 at the Morgan and Fox Funeral Home with the
Rev. Lloyd Harris officiating. Burial was in Junction City Cemetery.
December 07, 1989 - Interior Journal
Mary B. Yocum Henry
29, 1916 - November 29, 1989
B. Henry Boyd, 73, of Main Street, Junction City, died Wednesday, November 29 at
the Ephriam McDowell Regional Medical Center in Danville.
native of Lincoln County, she was born Feb. 29, 1916 to the late Thomas Yocum
and Mattie Yates Yocum. She was a homemaker and a member of McKinney
Baptist Church. She was the widow of Robert Henry and John D. Boyd.
include five sons, Joe Henry, Floyd Henry, Tommy Henry, all of Lancaster, Mike
Henry of Orlando, FL., and Orville Henry of Danville; one step son,
Charles Quinn, Danville; three daughters, Mrs. Morgan (Hadgie) Lewis, Harrodsburg, Mrs. Paul (Judy) Ballard of Lancaster and Mrs. George (Louise) Hayes of
Owensboro; four brothers, Floyd Yocum and Samuel Yocum, both of Hustonville and Delmar Yocum of Hubble community of Lincoln County; five sisters, Ada
Sears of McKinney, Susie Sears of Hustonville, Virginia Shearer, Dearborn, MI., Mildred Coffman of Junction City and Margie Harris, Stanford; 25 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren.
services were held Saturday, Dec. 2 at the Fox Funeral Home with Bro. Alfred
Carrier officiating. Burial was in Eason Cemetery in McKinney.
March 24, 1988 - Interior Journal
24, 1899 - March 17, 1988
Carter Broaddus, 88, died Thursday, March 17, 1988 at Garrard County Memorial
was a Lincoln County native, born July 24, 1899 to the late Charles Carter and
Margaret Bright Carter. She had lived at 228 Danville Street in Lancaster.
was a housewife and a member of the Maple Avenue Church of Christ and the
Lancaster Homemakers Club. She was the widow of Earl Broaddus.
is survived by one son, Robert Broadus of Chapel Hill, N.C., five grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.
services were held Saturday at the Maple Avenue Church of Christ. Dr. Adron
Doran and Hunter Miller officiated. Burial was in Lancaster Cemetery.
Ramsey Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
October 21, 1982 - The Interior Journal
08, 1898 - October 13, 1982
Brock, 83, Route 3, Stanford, Kentucky, died Wednesday, October 13, 1982, at the
Ephriam McDowell Hospital, after a short illness.
was born December 8, 1898, Lincoln County. He was a retired farmer and member of
First Church of God.
is survived by one son. E. G. Brock, Route 3, Stanford; two daughters, Mrs.
William (Nora) Bogie, Hustonville, Mrs. Clarence (Nina) Deatherage, Stanford;
Mrs. Mallie Mathis and Mrs. Mary Walton, both of Louisville; Mrs. Lucy Cook, Finley, Ohio; one brother, Fred Brock, Salvisa; ten grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren.
services were held 2:00 p.m., Friday October 15, 1982, at the Morgan and Fox
Funeral Home. Rev. Winston Pike and Rev. Elmore Ray
officiated with burial at the Buffalo Springs Cemetery
were Allen Burnside, Oley Potts, Alvin Gander, Carl Gorley, Glen Nutgrass and
November 08, 1996 - Advocate-Messenger
14, 1913 - November 07, 1996
Orchard - Elizabeth Lewis Brown,
83, of Plant City, Fla., formerly of Crab Orchard, died Thursday at Plant City
Health Care Center. Born March 14, 1913 in Rutherford
County, N.C., she was a son [daughter] of the late Sam D. and Vieola McDade Lewis. She was a farmer, a member of the New Hope First Church of God and widow of Alonzo Brown.
include a sister, Lena N. Neal of Mango, Fla.; and several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by a daughter, Brenda Inez Bollinger.
will be held at 3 p.m. at the New Hope First Church of God by the Revs; John
Harness and Ted Doyle. Burial will be in Mt. Zion Church of Christ Cemetery.
is after 2 p.m. Sunday at the Church. McKnight- Martin Funeral Home is in charge
February 06, 1975 - Interior Journal
20, 1920 - January 25, 1975
D. Brown, 56 of Cincinnati, Ohio died Jan. 25 at his residence after a short
retired coal miner, he was a member of the Hartwell Baptist Church in
include his wife Christine Caudill Brown of Cincinnati; a son, Steve Brown of
Cincinnati; two daughters, Melinda Marlowe of Lockland, Ohio and Janice
Carter of Eubank; 6 grandchildren; a brother, W. C. Brown of Pennington Gap, Va.; two sisters, Ruby Dixon of Waynesburg and Georgia Grace of Pennington Gap, Va.
were conducted at the Barnett Funeral Home, Inc. in Waynesburg, Tuesday, Jan. 28
at 2 p.m. with Rev. C. E. Jacobs officiating. Burial was in Double Springs
September 09, 1992 - Lincoln Ledger, Stanford
20, 1908 - September 02, 1992
Orchard - Jewell Brown, 84, of Ky, 39 South died Sept 2 at Sunrise Manor Nursing
June 20, 1908 in Logan, Va. she was the daughter of the late John and Luvenia
Wallace Cash. She was an owner and operator of a grocery store for 53 years and
a member of Bethel Church of Christ.
include a daughter, Edna Davidson of Englewood, Ohio; a brother, Clay Cash of
Crab Orchard; two sisters, Mae Adams of Crab Orchard and Ruby Taylor of
Brodhead; and a granddaughter.
funeral was held Friday at Bethel Church of Christ by Brother Harold Carter.
Burial was Saturday in Miami Valley Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Dayton, Ohio
will be Dean, Richard and Vince Cash, Bobby and Wayne Taylor and Adam Burdine.
May 18, 1978 - Interior Journal
11, 1891 - May 15, 1978
C. Brown, 87, of Crab Orchard, Rt. 1, died Monday morning, May 15 at Golden
Living Nursing Home in Danville.
native of Lincoln County, he was a retired farmer and member of Friendship
Baptist Church. He was the son of the late U. S. and Nancy Jane Griffin Brown.
His wife, Laura Ann Brown, preceded him in death in 1974.
are a son, Jesse Brown, of West Point, Ind.; 3 daughters, Marie Denny and Myrtle
Kidd, both of Crab Orchard, Rt. 1, and Laverne Denny of Columbus, Ind.;
11 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren.
Services were held Wednesday at 11:00 a.m., at Beazley, Speaks and Martin Funeral Home with Bro. Cecil Roundtree officiating. Burial was in Friendship Cemetery.
[Listed on tombstone as Jonie C. Brown]
January 17, 2002 - Interior Journal
Sally Vess Harris
01, 1914 - January 08, 2002
Vess Harris Brown, 87, of Taylorsville, IL., formerly of Stanford, died Tuesday
Jan 8 at Meadow Manor Nursing Home in Taylorsville, IL.
native of Stanford, she was born Jan. 1,1914
to the late John and Mary Eliza Frazier Harris. She was a farmer, former
nurses aid, member of the Stanford Church of Christ, and widow of Brad Brown.
include two sisters, Melavee Saylor of Waynesburg, and Elizabeth Harris of
Taylorsville, IL. and several nieces and nephews.
services were held Saturday, Jan 12 at the McKnight Funeral Home Chapel in Crab
Orchard with Bro. Virgil Horseman officiating. Burial was in the Buffalo
February 15, 1989 - Lincoln Ledger, Stanford
26, 1908 - February 07, 1989
Orchard - Virgil Wallace Brown, 80, of Crab Orchard Route 1, died last Tuesday
at Fort Logan Hospital in Stanford after an illness.
June 26, 1908 in Lincoln County, he was the son of the late Wilson and Minnie
Delaney Brown. He was a retired farmer.
include his wife, Arla Howard Brown; two sons, William E. Brown of Brodhead and
James W. Brown of Hustonville Route 2; four daughters, Geraldine King of
Minnie M. Jordan of Slidell, La., Beverly Taylor of Crab Orchard and Clara L. Cox of Sandston, Va. ; a brother, Joseph Brown of Eustis, Fla.; two sisters, Pansy
Deboard of Leesburg, Fla., and Elizabeth J. Deboard of Middletown, Ohio ; 11 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
funeral was held Friday at Bethel Church of Christ in Lincoln County by
the Rev. Harold Carter. Burial was in the church cemetery.
as Wallace Brown on Tombstone]
February 02, 1989 - Interior Journal
01, 1925 - January 26, 1989
Brummett, 63, of 403 Lancaster Street, Stanford, died Thursday, January 26 at
the Fort Logan Hospital.
native of Harlan County, she was born June 1, 1925 to Clabe Napier and Lucinda
Mucker Napier. She was a homemaker and a member of Philadelphia Baptist
Church in Brodhead, Ky. She was the widow of Lewis Brummett.
include three sons, Carl Roberts of Green Bay, Wis., Willie Napier of
Indianapolis, Ind., and Lewis Brummett of Trotwood, Ohio; two daughters,
Donna Lay of Nicholasville and Janice Crosnos of Lakeland, FL.; a brother, Bobby Williams of Roman City, Ind. ; three sisters, Sophia Fugate, Dayton,
Ohio, Suzie Engle of Denver, Col. and Della Brock of Stanford.
services were held Saturday, January 28 at the Fox Funeral Home with Rev. Vance
Singleton officiating. Burial was in Buffalo Springs Cemetery.
May 02, 1996 - The Garrard County News
"Bill" Brummett, age 57, a resident of Gaffney Road, Garrard County
died Thursday, April 25, 1996 at Rankins Bottom, Boyle County.
September 20 1938 in Rockcastle County, he was a son of the late George Will
Brummett and Reatha Brock Brummett Browning. He was a carpenter and an avid
include his wife; Sue Margaret Grimes Brummett, Garrard County; five daughters:
Mrs. Edward (Lisa) Gross, Lincoln County, Mrs. J. D.
(Teresa) Gross, Lincoln County, Roxanne Brummett, Garrard County; Mrs. Richard (Evelyn) Harmon, Garrard County, Mrs. Van (Rochelle) Gates, Tulsa, Oklahoma;
Teresa Elmore, Basile, Louisiana; son, Russell (Cathy Hinsley) Brummett, Garrard County; six brothers; Cliston Brummett, Ruby, S. C. ; Hulen Brummett, Paint Lick, Ky.; Loyal
"Buddy" Brummett, Paint Lick, Ky.; Jimmy Brummett, Gray Hawk, Ky.; Roy Browning, Lancaster, Ky,; Tony Browning, South Carolina; 3 sisters; Betty Turner, Lancaster, Ky.;
Nancy Hawley, Jefferson, N. C. ; Doris Poynter, Berea, Ky., seven grandchildren.
services were conducted at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, April 28, 1996 at West Brodhead
Church of God in Rockcastle County, officiated by Rev. Daryl Hodge. Burial was
Negro Creek Cemetery in Rockcastle County.
were; Scotty Cash, Hershel Isaacs, Billy Carpenter, Will Davidson, Chuck Wardrip,
Tony Wallace and Michel Wayne Turner.
May 11, 1988 - Lincoln Ledger, Stanford
20, 1932 - May 19 1988
Paul Bryant, 55 of Crab Orchard Route 1, died Thursday, May 19 at Fort
Logan Hospital, Stanford.
June 20, 1932, in Garrard County, he was the son of Jimmy Bryant of Frankfort
and the late Hallie Clark Bryant. He was a member of Milltown (Ind.) Baptist
include his wife, Dorothy Salyers Bryant; a son, Henry Bryant of Crab Orchard;
three daughters, Sheila Kay Hodge of Waynesburg, Shirley May Denney of
Crab Orchard and Paula Faye Bryant of Eubank; a brother, James Bryant of Frankfort; a sister, Georgia Mae Rich of DePauw, Ind., and six grandchildren.
funeral was held Sunday at the Barnett and Demrow Funeral Home, Waynesburg, by
Cecil Roundtree. Burial was in Salyers Cemetery.
November 04, 1993 - Interior Journal
Burgess, 72, of 1011 W. Marker St. Crawfordsville, IN., died Wednesday, October
27, at the Culver Union Hospital in Crawfordsville, IN.
native of Lincoln County, she was born August 15, 1921 to the late William and
Betty Hutchison Young. She was a member of Woodland Heights Christian Church.
include her husband, Edward Burgess of Crawfordsville, IN; a son, Dudley Burgess
of St. Charles, IL; two daughters, Ruby Lamb of Indianapolis, IN., and Ann Baker
Crawfordsville, IN.; one brother, William Young of Lexington; three sisters, Opal Dawson of Stanford, Bea Poynter of Stanford and Edna Mae Bastin of Stanford; 9 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren.
services were held Saturday, October 30 at the Hunt & Son Funeral Home in
Crawfordsville, IN., with Rev. Jack Austin officiating. Burial was in Oak Hill
December 13, 1979 - Interior Journal
23, 1899 - December 9, 1979
Helen Burke, 79, of Stanford Route 1, died Sunday, Dec. 9 at the Fort Logan
Hospital after a year's illness.
native of Rockcastle, Mrs. Burke was a member of the Church of Christ.
include her husband C. B. Burke of Stanford Route 1; a daughter, Mrs. Charles R.
Van Hook of Columbus, Ind.; a son, Gerald Bustle of New Castle, Ind.; two
stepdaughters, Mrs. Charles Martin of Fairfield, Ohio, and Mrs. James E. Broyles of Dayton, Ohio; three half brothers, Wilson, Walter and Leonard Renner, all of Mount
Vernon; a half sister. Mrs. Floyd Renner of Crab Orchard Route 1; six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
were conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Morgan & Fox Funeral Home. Burial was
in Buffalo Springs Cemetery.
note; Rosa Helen (Renner) Bustle Burke - Her mother was a Doan that married a
November 25, 1982 - Interior Journal
08, 1907 - November 14, 1982
Michigan, November 14 - Elizabeth Katherine Butt, 75, Lansing, Michigan,
formerly of Crab Orchard, passed away on
Sunday, November 14, 1982 at
Roselawn Manor Nursing Home, Lansing, Michigan, after an extensive illness.
was born on May 8, 1907, in Lincoln County, Kentucky, the daughter of the late
Joe Craig and Laura Lee Hardin Magee. She was a waitress and a member of the
Crab Orchard Christian Church.
husband, Bowen McRobert Butt, and two children preceded her in death.
is survived by three sons, Bobby Lee Butt, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Ronald Naper
Butt, Lansing, Michigan and William McRoberts Butt, Detroit, Michigan; one
daughter, Virginia Sue Castonguay,
Detroit, Michigan; one brother, Lee Magee, Crab Orchard; 10 grandchildren, 11 great grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews and cousins.
services were held Thursday, at 2 p.m. at the Crab Orchard Christian Church,
with Derrel Cone Officiating.
pallbearers were C. N. Scott, Jimmy Gover, Tom and Bill Butt, Frank Edwards and
pallbearers were Henry Blankenship, Johnny Armstrong, Ray Settle and Andy
was in the Crab Orchard Cemetery.
Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangement.
February 15, 1979 - Interior Journal
has been received here of the death of Robert Butt, a native of Lincoln County
who was residing in Wyandotte, Michigan at the time of his death.
Butt, 65, died unexpectedly of an apparent heart attack at his home Feb. 2,
was born May 14, 1912, in Highland, Kentucky, the son of U. O. (Cap) and Cora
Cook Butt. but had spent his adult life in Michigan.
is survived by his wife (Elsie Carlson Butt), and
four Children. Burial was in the Oak Ridge Cemetery, Flat Rock, Michigan.
Butt was a cousin to Mrs. Marie Reed, Mrs. Violet James, of Lincoln County and
Mrs. Betty Austin of Somerset.