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Section - L
From the files of Audrey Bernice French Goode/Good
|LAWRENCE, G. L.||LAWRENCE,
|LAWRENCE, Mary M|
|LAY, Marshall||LAY, Nicie||LEACH, Ollie Baugh||LEECE, Walter|
|LEEDY, Margaret||LEWIS, Tarvin||LUCAS, Myrtle||LUCAS, Willie|
December 10, 1981 - Interior Journal
Goode Lanham, 95, formerly of McKinney, died Friday, December 4 at the
Nursing Home in Morgantown, Ky.
native of Marion County, she was a housewife, daughter of the late Sam Goode and
Ellen King Goode and a member of McKinney Baptist Church. She was the widow of
include 3 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.
were Russell Martin, Eddy Hacker, C. D. Sims, Willard Cooper, Edsel Estes and
services were held Saturday, December 5 at the Beazley Raney Speaks Funeral Home
with the Rev. John Watts officiating. Burial was in the Middleburg Cemetery in
September 22, 1977 - Interior Journal
08, 1887 - September 14, 1977
services for G. L. Lawrence, 90, of Nicholasville, formerly of Stanford, were
held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17, at Morgan and Fox Funeral Home.
Rev. Albert Gisler conducted the services with burial in Buffalo Springs
pallbearers were Ronnie Lawrence, Ronald Lawrence, Jesse Lane, Gary Brummett,
Gene Lawrence, Danny Lane, Lloyd Brummett, Dale Lawrence, Bob Lawrence,
and Jerry Gooch.
Lawrence died Wednesday at his home after a long illness. He was a retired
farmer and was born April 8, 1887.
Lawrence is survived by four daughters, Mrs. James Lewis and Mrs. Thomas Gooch,
both of Stanford, Mrs. Vernon Smith and Mrs. Jack Lane, both of Indianapolis,
three sons, Donald Lawrence of Nicholasville, George Lawrence of Stanford, and Grover Lawrence of Redding, Ohio; one step daughter, Mrs. Abbie Brummett of Stanford;
16 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren, two great-great grandchildren, three step grandchildren, and two step great grandchildren.
Security has him listed as Grover Lawrence]
September 28, 1988 - Lincoln County Ledger, Stanford
16, 1913 - September 25, 1988
Lawrence, 74, of Somerset Street died Sunday at Fort Logan Hospital after an
served on the Stanford City Council for more than 20 years. His primary
responsibility on the council was to oversee streets.
Withrow, Stanford City Clerk , said Lawrence will be missed by the residents of
Stanford. "He was a real hard worker,: she said, and he was noted for
"being dependable. You could count on him."
Nov. 16, 1913 in Pulaski County, he was the son of the late Gover and Mattie
Evans Lawrence. He was the widower of Mary Lawrence.
was a member of Fairview Baptist Church and was retired from Stanford Oil Co. He
was a former Stanford police officer and fire fighter.
include three sons, Eugene Lawrence of Cincinnati, Ronald Lawrence of Stanford
an Norman Lawrence of Lexington; three daughters, Coleen Cain, Evelyn Elliott
and Mary Catherine Singleton, all of Stanford; a brother, Donald Lawrence of Nicholasville; four sisters, Tarvin Lewis and Retta Gooch, both of Stanford, and
Omega Smith and Ruby Lane, both of Indianapolis; a stepsister, Ina Brummett of Stanford; 14 grandchildren; and eight [Great?]
funeral will be held at 2 p.m. today at Fox Funeral Home, Stanford, by the Rev
Elmore Ray. Burial will be in Buffalo Springs Cemetery.
will be Tommy Ensslin, Wayne DeBoard, Gary Brummett, Bob Lawrence, Marvin
Lawrence and Jerry Gooch.
pallbearers will be members of the Stanford City Council; John Hall, Sheila
Kidd, Bill Tracy, J. C. Dawson, Jack Withrow and James Harris, and Wanda Withrow.
July 11, 1985 - Interior Journal
24, 1917 - July 04, 1985
M. Lawrence, 68, of 265 Somerset St., Stanford, died Thursday July 4 at the
Ephriam McDowell Memorial Hospital in Danville.
native of Rockcastle County, she was born January 24, 1917. She was a housewife
and a member of Fairview Baptist Church.
include her husband, George Lawrence, Stanford, 3 sons, Eugene Lawrence,
Cincinnati, Ohio, Ronald Lawrence, Stanford, and Norman Lawrence, Lexington;
three daughters, Mrs. Donald (Coleen) Cain, Mrs. George B. (Evelyn) Elliott, and Mrs. Mike (Mary Catherine) Singleton, all of Stanford; 6 brothers, John and Bill DeBorde,
Charles and Delmer DeBorde, all of Cincinnati, Ohio, Robert DeBorde , Brodhead and Ernest DeBorde, Stanford; 2 sisters, Mrs. Grover Lawrence and Mrs. Allyn Ballinger,
both of Cincinnati, Ohio; 14 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren.
were Tommy Frank Ensslin, Jerry DeBorde, Jeff DeBorde, Donnie DeBorde, Bob
Lawrence, and Marvin Lawrence.
services were held Saturday, July 6 at the Fox Funeral Home with Rev. Elmore Ray
officiating. Burial was in Buffalo Springs Cemetery
June 10, 1982 - Interior Journal
28, 1909 - June 04, 1982
Lay, 72, Stanford, died Friday, June 4, 1982 at Stanford House, after a long
illness. He was born June 28, 1909, native of Lincoln County, retired from
Creamery and member of the Green River Pentecostal Church.
is survived by one son, Boyd Lay, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; one daughter,
Noreen Shields, Milford, Ohio; three step-sons, Charles Walls, Stanford; Marvin
Cincinnati, Ohio; John Walls, Columbus, Ohio; one step-daughter, Mrs. Bobby Robbins, Stanford, Kentucky; one brother, Willie Lay, McKinney; two sisters, Mrs. Sally Phillips
and Mrs. Viola Shearer, both of Stanford, Kentucky.
services were held 3:30 p.m., Sunday, at the Morgan and Fox Funeral Home. Rev.
Alfred Carrier officiated with burial in Buffalo Springs Cemetery.
were Bill VanHook, Eddy Lay, Leon Lay, Larry VanHook, Johnny Mack Brown and
March 05, 1981 - Interior Journal
26, 1901 - February 27, 1981
Walls Lay, 79, of Lincoln Terrace Apts., died Friday, February 27, at the Fort
native of Pulaski County, she was the daughter if the late Joe and Casandra
Deboard VanHook. She was a housewife and a
member of the Green River Pentecostal Church of God.
include her husband Marshall Lay of Stanford; four sons, Charles Walls,
Stanford, Marvin Walls, Cincinnati, Ohio, John Walls, Columbus,
Ohio and Elmer Walls, Lawrenceburg, Ind.; one daughter, Mrs. Bob "Ewona" Robbins, Stanford; one sister, Alta Lunsford, Kirksville; six grandchildren
and one great grandchild; two half brothers, Ben and Everett VanHook, both of Somerset; and one half sister, Pearl Bullock, Mt. Vernon.
were Larry, Bill, Donald, Gene, Harold and Frank VanHook.
services were held Sunday, March 1 at the Beazley, Raney, Speaks Funeral Home
the Revs; Alfred Carrier and Elmore Ray officiating. Burial was in
April 23, 1981 - Interior Journal
09, 1889 - April 11, 1981
Baugh Leach, 91, of Rt. 1, Waynesburg, died Saturday, April 14 at the Fort Logan
Hospital after a long illness.
native of Lincoln County, she was born Aug. 9, 1889 to the late Louiza Padgett
and Alfred Baugh. Her husband, Walter, preceded her in death in 1961. She was
a member of Pleasant View Baptist Church and a housewife.
include Orbie Leach and Gracie Padgett, both of Rt. 1, Waynesburg; and one
grandchild and one
services were held Tuesday, April 14 at the Barnett Funeral Home with the Rev.
Vola Brown officiating. Burial was in Leach Cemetery.
September 08, 1977 - Interior Journal
22, 1906 - September 04, 1977
services for Walter Elmer Leece of Elm St., Crab Orchard, who died Sunday, Sept
4, 1977 at the Ft. Logan Hospital, were held at 3 p.m., Tuesday, Sept 6,
at Beazley, Raney, Speaks and Martin Funeral Home. Rev. Elmore Ray officiated, with burial in Buffalo Springs Cemetery
native of Rockcastle County, he was born Jan. 22, 1906 to the late Andrew and
Betty Gaylor Leece. Mr. Leece was a retired cabinet maker and member of the
Fairview Baptist Church.
is survived by his wife, Mrs. Betty Vanhook Leece of Crab Orchard, one brother,
Robert B. Leece of New Carlisle, Ohio; one sister, Mrs. Wilburn McCollum,
also of New Carlisle, Ohio; several nieces and nephews.
pallbearers were Jim Fletcher, Ernest Spoonamore, Bobby Cain, Johnny James,
Newland Scott and Joe Hammonds.
pallbearers were Hugh Kirkpatrick, Morris Gaines, Ben Gains, Alfred H. Pence,
Sr., Albert Manning, Harris Rhodes, Jessie Sebastin, Ottis Cave,
T. J. Hill, T. J. Healer, Marvin Cornett, Earl Lee Taylor and Leonard Boone.
June 14, 1979 - Interior Journal
04, 1903 - June 13, 1979
Margaret Leedy, 76, of Stanford, widow of Ralph Edward Leedy, died Friday at her
home after a short illness.
native of Madison County, she was a member of Stanford Christian Church. She was
a gentle, kind and helpful Christian lady who was devoted to her church and
include a son, Bill Ed Leedy of Stanford; four daughters, Mrs. Ernest Schnitzler
of Waynesburg, Route 1, Mrs. Sam Harris II of Stanford, Mrs. Richard
Grimes of Louisville and Mrs. Boyd Gilliam of Danville, Route 2; a sister, Mrs. Russell House of Phoenix, Ariz. ; 14 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
were held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Morgan and Fox Funeral Home with burial in Buffalo
Springs Cemetery. The Rev. Oscar Mayes of Stanford Christian Church
were Andy House, Sam Baldwin, John Baldwin, Allen Baldwin, Joe Taylor Turpin and
March 28, 2002 - Interior Journal
from file # 38
08, 1916 - March 23, 2002
Lewis, 86, of Stanford, died Saturday, March 23 at the Ephriam McDowell Regional
Medical Center in Danville.
native of Plato, she was born Jan. 8, 1916
to the late G. L. Lawrence and Mattie Evans Lawrence. She was a
homemaker, farmer, member of
Turnersville Christian Church, and widow of James C. Lewis.
was also preceded in death by three brothers, George, Grover, and William
include a daughter, Renita Hampton of Stanford; sisters, Retta Gooch of
Stanford, Ruby Lane of Indianapolis, Ind., and Omega Smith of Indianapolis, IN.;
one brother, Donald Lawrence of Nicholasville; one grandson, Lewis L. (Jill) Hampton of Nicholasville; one great granddaughter, Erica Hampton of Detroit, MI, seven nieces and ten nephews.
services were held Tuesday, March 26 at the Spurlin Funeral Home in Stanford
with Rev. David Cornish officiating. Burial was in the Buffalo Springs
pallbearers were Harold Kelly, Curtin Durham, Jerry Gooch, George Elliott, Jr.
Marvin Reed, Dickie Cooper and Donald Cain.
See Obit File # 38 for Tarvin Lewis]
July 26, 1979 - Interior Journal
Myrtle Lake Lucas, 81, of Hustonville Route 1, died Monday, July 16 at the home
of her daughter, Marcella Wilcher of Hustonville.
Lucas was a native of Lincoln County and a member of the South Fork Baptist
Church. She was the widow of the late William Grant Lucas.
include four sons, Odie of Warren, Mich., William Ress of Waynesburg and Elmer
B. and Johnny Ray Lucas, both of Lancaster; five other daughters, Ruby
Knippenburg of Mt. Clements [Mt. Clemens], MI., Jean Derry of Kings Mountain, Ruth Gooch of Stanford, Martha Dennis of Stanford Route 3 and Barbara Satterly of Scottsburg, Ind.,
and two brothers, Denver Carter of Danville and O. W. Carter of Gulfport, Fla.
was held at 2 p.m., Thursday at Morgan and Fox Funeral Home, Stanford, by the
Rev. Johnny Robinson. Burial was in Middleburg Cemetery in Casey County.
February 06, 1975 - Interior Journal
Grant Lucas, 82, of Route 1, Hustonville died Friday, January 31 at his home.
native of Casey County, he was a retired farmer and a member of the Middleburg
Baptist Church. He was a son of the late Frank Berry Lucas and Mary Ellen Lucas.
include his wife, Mrs. Myrtle Lake Carter Lucas; four sons, Odie Lucas of
Detroit, Mich., William Jess Lucas of Waynesburg, Elmer "B" Lucas and
Lucas of Lancaster; six daughters, Mrs. Ruby Knippenburg of Detroit, Mich., Mrs. Marcella Wilcher of Hustonville, Mrs. Jean Derry of Kings Mountain, Mrs. Ruth Gooch
of Kings Mountain, Mrs. Martha Dennis of Stanford and Mrs. Barbara Satterly of Scottsburg, Ind.; 33 grandchildren and 28 great grandchildren.
were conducted at the Morgan and Fox Funeral Home Sunday at 2 p.m. with
Aubrey Eckenroth officiating. Burial was in Middleburg Cemetery.
Grandsons, Steve Lucas, Bobby Lucas, Bobby Sylvester, Russell Lucas, David Dennis and Mike Lucas, served as pallbearers.