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NAPIER, Robin D NAVE, Edith Virginia Oaks  NAVE, Mary Helen Oaks NAYLOR, John Earl
NAYLOR, Robert L NORRIS, Addie L NORRIS, Mary Katherine  NUNNELLEY, Jesse
NUNNELLEY, Mary NUNNELLEY, Mildred Moore      



Thursday, October 17, 1991 - Interior Journal  

NAPIER, Robin D.  

May 05, 1971 - October 13, 1991  

Robin D. Napier, 20, of Crab Orchard died Sunday of natural causes at Fort Logan Hospital.  

Born May 5, 1971, she was the daughter of Robert and Sherry Manuel Napier of Crab Orchard.  

Survivors, in addition to her parents, include one brother, Steven Napier of Garrard Co.; two sisters, Angela Harrison and Amy Napier, both of Garrard County; 
and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Manuel of Crab Orchard and Mrs. Lena Napier of Madison County.  

Funeral services were held Wednesday at Ramsey Funeral Home in Lancaster with burial in Ramsey Cemetery, Stringtown. [Garrard County]  


Thursday, March 22, 1990 - Interior Journal  

NAVE, Edith Virginia Oaks  

May 18, 1928 - March 17, 1990  

Edith Virginia Oaks Nave, 61, of 123 Cold Springs Dr., Lancaster, formerly of Stanford, died Saturday, March 17, at Fort Logan Hospital, Stanford of an extended illness.  

She was born May 18, 1928 in Lincoln County to the late Charley Oaks and Pearl J. Simpson Oaks.  

She was a nurse assistant at the Fort Logan Hospital, Stanford. She was a member of the Willow Grove Baptist Church and widow of Roy Louis Nave, Sr.  

Survivors include a son, Roy Louis Nave, Jr. of Lexington; two daughters, Martina Nave Martin, Lancaster and Anne Boone Snyder, Houston, TX.; six brothers, 
Clyde Oaks, Stanford, Dennis Oaks, Danville and Paul Oaks, David Oaks, Kenneth Oaks and Otis Oaks all of Waynesburg; three sisters, Ruth Rector, Mary Nave and 
Martha Ann Farmer all of Waynesburg; 3 grandchildren; 1 great grandchild; nieces, nephews and friends.  

Funeral services were held Tuesday at Willow Grove Baptist Church by Rev. Don Jones and Rev. Randy McPheron. Burial was in Buffalo Springs Cemetery.  

Pallbearers were Larry Watson, Bobby Weaver, Johnny Thompson, Lonnie Pendygraph, Henry Estes and Frank Smith.

Martin Funeral Home was in charge of all the arrangements


Thursday, August 10, 1995 - Interior Journal  

NAVE, Mary Helen Oaks  

January 31, 1930 - August 02 1995  

Mary Helen Oaks Nave, 65, of 2466 Allen Road, Waynesburg, died Wednesday Aug. 2 at the Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington,  

A native of Lincoln County, she was born Jan. 31, 1930 to the late Charlie Oaks and  Pearl Simpson Oaks. She was a homemaker, a member of the 
Mt. Hebron Baptist Church, and the widow of Hughie Nave.  

Survivors include six brothers; Paul James Oaks, David Samuel Oaks, Kenneth Eugene Oaks and Odis Alfred Oaks, all of Waynesburg, Dennis Ray Oaks 
of Danville and Clyde Sherman Oaks of Stanford; two sisters, Ruth Mae Rector and Martha Ann Farmer both of Waynesburg; and several nieces and nephews.  

Funeral services were held Friday, Aug. 4 at the Fox Funeral Home with Rev. Mike Miracle officiating. Burial was in Manse Cemetery in Paint Lick.  


Thursday, September 14, 1989 - Interior Journal  

NAYLOR, John Earl  

June 09, 1928 - September 10, 1989  

John Earl Naylor, 61, of 7465 Danville Pk., Hustonville, died Sunday, September 10 at the Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington.  

A native of Lincoln County, he was born June 9, 1928 to Jasper Naylor and Edra Mae Ross Naylor. He was a signal foreman for Norfolk Southern Railroad for 
42 years, a member of Hustonville Baptist Church, Lincoln Masonic Lodge F & AM, # 60, F & AM Scottish Rite, Lexington and Oleika Shrine Temple.  

Survivors include his wife Gladys Reed Naylor; one son, John Reed Naylor, Hustonville; one daughter, Mrs. Randall "Connie" Doyle, Danville; two grandchildren, 
Abra Nichole Naylor and Andrew Charles Naylor, both of Hustonville.  

Pallbearers were James Goff, Bill Burgess, Larry Byrd, Newland Hester, Charles Collier, Gary Johnson, and Dan Stephens.  

Funeral services were held Tuesday, Sept. 12 at the Fox Funeral with Rev. Eddie Reynolds officiating. Burial was in Buffalo Springs Cemetery


Wednesday, April 12, 1989 - Lincoln Ledger, Stanford  

NAYLOR, Robert L.  

Robert L. Naylor, 56, formerly of Preachersville, died March 20 in Springdale, Ohio.

He was a son of the late William Naylor.  

Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Coop Naylor; three sons, Robert Naylor Jr., David Naylor and Kenneth Naylor; one daughter, Diane Couch; his mother, Viola
 Denny; one brother, Ray Denny; four sisters, Doris Parson, Betty Saylor, Eva Eggersman and Alice Dunaway; and five grandchildren.  

The funeral was held March 22 at Vorhis Funeral Home, Springdale, Ohio. Burial was in Crown Hill Cemetery.  


Wednesday, March 15, 1989 - Lincoln Ledger, Stanford  

NORRIS, Addie L.  

August 23, 1898 - March 13, 1989  

Moreland- Addie Lee Gover Norris, 90, of 4885 Middleburg Road, Hustonville, died Monday at Fort Logan Hospital, Stanford.  

Born August 23, 1898 in Pulaski County, she was the daughter of the late J. J. and Mattie Leece Gover. She was a homemaker and a member of 
McKinney Baptist Church. She was predeceased by her husband, Jake T. Norris, and a son, Vernon T. Norris.  

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Jones (Jean) Lawless Jr. and Mrs. Stanley (Anna) Hovious, both of Hustonville; a son, Bill Norris, also of  Hustonville; 
a brother, Layton Gover of Hustonville; two sisters, Mrs. George (Alta) Routt of Cincinnati and Eva Kelley of Stanford; 11grandchildren; and 15 great grandchildren.  

The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the W. L. Pruitt Funeral Home in Moreland by the Revs. Albert Gisler and Bob Bausum. Burial will be in Hustonville Cemetery.  

Active pallbearers will be John Elliott, Jr., Jeff Norris, Darrell Hovious, B. B. Norris Jr.,

Mike Adams, Eddie Hovious and Jim Ed Williams. Honorary pallbearers will be Manuel Montgomery, Foster Baugh, Eddie Rice, J. C. Fletcher, Jimmy Phelps and Leslie Franklin Gooch.  

Visitation will be after 4 p.m. today at the funeral Home.  


Thursday, January 21, 1988 - Interior Journal  

NORRIS, Mary Katherine  

May 15, 1911 - January 15, 1988  

Mary Katherine Norris, 76, of 519 Cedar St., Crab Orchard, passed away Friday, January 15 at the home of her daughter, Mollie Baughman, at 216 Jefferson Ave., Danville, of a long illness.

She was born in Lincoln County May 15, 1911 to the late John Fish and Lizzie Guest Fish.  

She was a cook at the different restaurants in Crab Orchard, was always ready to do a good deed for whoever may ask. She was a homemaker and a member 
of the First Baptist Church of Crab Orchard. She took an active part in raising funds for the Crab Orchard Fire Department and the East End Ambulance Service.  

She was preceded in death by her husband, Walter Norris and a daughter, Mary Frances Owsley.

Other survivors include a brother, Albert Fish of Danville; four Sisters, Lillie Buchanan and Mabel Pope, both of Danville, Gatheline Correthers of Birmingham, Ala. 
and Elizabeth Stephens of Hartford, Conn.; a step son, Simon Norris of Lancaster; 14 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and a host of friends.  

Funeral services were 1 p.m. Tuesday, January 19 at the First Baptist Church, Crab Orchard with Rev. Richard Hill officiating. Burial was in the Crab Orchard Cemetery.  

Active pallbearers were the grandsons. Honorary pallbearers were Jimmy Vandiver, Jimmy Gover, Calvin Dunn, Henry Johnson, Glenn Smith, George Alcorn, and Delbert Hawkins.

Martin Funeral Home was in charge of all the arrangements.  


Thursday, August 11, 1977 - Interior Journal  


December 13, 1888 - August 06, 1977 

Funeral services for Jesse Lee Nunnelley, 88, of Hustonville, who died Friday, August 6, at 7 p.m. in Fort Logan Hospital, were held at 2 p.m. 
Sunday at W. L. Pruitt Funeral Home in Moreland.  

The Revs., Larry Orange, Elmore Ray and Lee Parrish officiated with burial in Hustonville Cemetery 

Mr. Nunnelley was a retired farmer, a native of Lincoln County and a member of New Salem Baptist Church.  

Survivors include one son, Carlos Nunnelley of Hustonville; two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Hare and Mrs. Helen Hovious, both of Hustonville; one sister, Mrs. 
Clara Southward of Sarasota, Fla.; five grandchildren and eight great grandchildren.  

A son, Jesse Nunnelley, Jr. died in October 1976, and Mr. Nunnelley's wife, Veda Martin Nunnelley, died in July 1976.  

Pallbearers were Raymond Reed, Jack Pemberton, B. C. Norris, Jr., Eugene Dunn Jr., Bill Kirkpatrick and John Elliott, Jr.  


Thursday, July 12, 1979 - Interior Journal  


February 28, 1904 - July 07, 1979  

Mrs. Mary Katherine Nunnelley, 75, wife of R. L. Nunnelley of Route 4, Stanford, died Saturday, July 7, at the Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington.  

A native of Lincoln County, she was a member of Stanford Christian Church and daughter  of the late Anna Phelps and Richard Hocker.  

Other survivors include a granddaughter, Mary Cheryl Smith and a grandson, Britt Robinson, both of Fort Worth, Texas and a nephew, Richard Baughman 
of Atlanta, Ga. A daughter, Barbara Givens, preceded her in death.  

Services were held Monday at 3 p.m. at Beazley, Raney, Speaks Funeral Home with minister Tom Cole Phelps officiating. Burial was in Buffalo Springs Cemetery.  

Active pallbearers were Alfred Pence, Jr., J. W. Cherry, Larry Long, Bud Gover, Hurl Durham and Walter Thomas.

Honorary pallbearers were Foster Phillips, Morgan Pence, John A. Williams, James Clay

and Jimmy Williams.  


Thursday, December 03, 1987 - Interior Journal 

NUNNELLEY, Mildred Moore  

November 03, 1890 - November 30, 1987  

Mildred Moore Nunnelley, 97, of Water St., Stanford, Ky., died Monday, November 30 at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Lexington.  

A native of Lincoln County, she was born Nov. 3, 1890 to the late David Rice and Nannie Collins Moore. She was a housewife and a member of the Christian Church. 
She was the widow of Charles Nunnelley.  

Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Oscar (Elinor) Camenisch, Stanford; 10 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren and 1 great grandchild.  

Pallbearers were Chris Camenisch, Bobby Camenisch, J. B. Camenisch, Taylor Elliott, Ronnie Jordan, Bruce Helm, and Bobby Davis.  

Funeral services will be held (tomorrow) Thursday, Dec. 3 at the Fox Funeral Home with

Rev. Woodrow Damron and Rev. Lee Jennings officiating. Burial will be in Buffalo Springs Cemetery