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|OAKES, Clarence||OAKES, Flossie Mae||OAKES, Frank||OAKES, Grace|
|OAKES, Grace Wells||OAKES,
|OAKES, Mrs. Pearl||OAKES, Vera Mae|
|OAKS, Charlie||OAKS, Henry||OAKS, Jim||OAKS, Mildred S|
|OAKS, Rosa||OAKS, Vernon||OLIVER, Richard||OWENS, Dovie Lee|
March 10, 1977 - Interior Journal
Oakes, 76, of Lancaster, died Sunday, March 6, 1977.
Oakes was a retired City Hall employee and belonged to the Lancaster Christian
include his wife, Mrs. Flossie Gastineau Oakes; two daughters, Mrs. Sue Edith
Vaughn of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Mrs. Ruby Joyce Allen of Middletown,
Ohio; a brother, Frank Oakes of Stanford; four sisters, Mrs. George Pero of Louisville, Mrs. Louis Ball, Mrs. John D. Arnold and Mrs. Wes Miller, all of Lancaster and four grandchildren.
services were held on Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at Ramsey Funeral Home in Lancaster.
The Rev. Neil Bergman officiated and burial was in Lancaster Cemetery.
March 31, 1994 - Central Record, Lancaster, KY
Mae Oakes, 83, died Saturday, March 26, 1994 at Garrard County Memorial
Hospital, Lancaster, Ky.
resident of Danville Road, Lancaster, Ky. she was born October 14, 1910 in
Garrard County, Ky. and was a daughter of the late Grover C. and Alpha Naylor
was a homemaker, a member of the Lancaster Christian Church and a Kentucky
Historical Society and the widow of Clarence Oakes.
include two daughters, Joyce Allen of Trenton, Ohio and Sue Vaughn of Grand
Rapids, Michigan; two sisters, Juanita Horton of Lancaster, Ky. and Sue
Lane of Spring City, Tenn.; three brothers. Russell Gastineau and Robert Gastineau both of Lancaster, Ky. and James Gastineau of Florida; four grandchildren.
services were held at 11: a.m., Tuesday, March 29, 1994 at the Lancaster
Cemetery Shelter officiated by Rev. Bill Hawkins. Burial was in Lancaster
October 06, 1977 - Interior Journal
for Frank Oakes, 70, of Stanford Rt. 2, a retired Carpenter and shoe repair shop
owner. were held at 2 p.m. Monday at Morgan and Fox Funeral
Home with burial in Lancaster Cemetery.
Oakes, who was born in Lancaster Feb 21, 1907, the son of John T. and Cordelia
Reynolds Oakes, died Friday, Sept. 30, at Fort Logan Hospital after a long
He was a member of the Stanford Christian Church and Lincoln Lodge No. 60, F& AM.
include his widow, Mrs. Grace Wells Oakes; and four sisters, Mrs. Lewis Ball,
Mrs. Wesley Miller and Mrs. John D. Arnold, all of Lancaster, and Mrs. George
Pero of Louisville.
pallbearers were Ed Southard, Oley Potts, Melvin Owens, Wallace Price, Short
Saufley and Fleece Gooch, Masonic Lodge members were honorary pallbearers.
January 29, 1987 - Central Record, Lancaster, KY
Oakes, age 82 of Crab Orchard Street, Lancaster, died 7:02 a.m. Monday at
Garrard County Memorial Hospital. She was born July 8, 1904 in Garrard
County, a daughter of the late William M. and Alberta Lunsford Oakes. She was a member of the Lancaster Christian Church and was a retired employee of Garrard County Memorial Hospital.
include 5 sisters, Mrs. Jennie Baker, Mrs. Ella Rankin, Mrs. Rebecca Gilbert all
of Lancaster, Mrs. Laverne Walker, Indiana and Mrs. Allene Grover of Houston,
Texas; 2 brothers, Walter Oakes, Tucson, Arizona and Billy Oakes, Lancaster and several nieces and nephews.
services were held 2 p.m. Wednesday (January 28, 1987) at Ramsey Funeral Home
officiated by Rev. Stephen Stout. Burial was in Lancaster Cemetery.
were Caywood and Mark Metcalfe, James Long, Mike Long, Wade Vaught, John
Aldridge and E. J. Hasty.
August 15, 1996 - Central Record, Lancaster, KY
Wells Oakes, 86, of 302 Church Street, Stanford, Ky. died Wednesday August 7,
Logan Hospital in Stanford.
Logan Hospital in Stanford.
native of Garrard County Ky., she was the daughter of the late Frank and Nellie
Ricketts Wells. She was a homemaker and member of the Stanford Christian
Church and the Order of Eastern Star of Stanford, KY and was the widow of Frank Oakes.
include two nieces, Marie Downey of Junction City, Ky. and Helen Wearren of
Lancaster, Ky; one nephew, Thomas Downey of Moreland, Ky; and several great
nieces and nephews.
services were held Saturday, August 10 at the Lancaster Cemetery officiated by
July 20, 1989 - Central Record, Lancaster, KY.
23, 1936 - July 16, 1989
Hughie Oakes, 52, of 90 Rector Road, Waynesburg, died
Sunday at Fort Logan Hospital.
Aug. 23, 1936 in Lincoln County, he was the son of the late Charlie and Pearl
Simpson Oaks. He worked in the paint department of Whirlpool for 18 years
and was a member of Mount Hebron Baptist Church.
include his wife, Faye Holloway Oaks; a son, Kyle Matthew Oaks of Waynesburg;
two daughters, Mrs. Johnny (Karen) Blanton of Broughtontown and
Mrs. Mark (Lori) Brummett of Waynesburg; six brothers, Paul James, David Samuel, Kenneth Eugene and Otis Alfred Oakes all of Waynesburg, Clyde Sherman Oakes
of Stanford and Dennis Ray Oakes of Danville; Four sisters, Ruth Mae Rector, Mary Helen Nave and Martha Ann Farmer, all of Waynesburg; and Edith
Virginia Nave of Lancaster; and three grandchildren.
funeral was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Fox Funeral Home in Stanford by Terry
Walters, Randy McPheron and Dan Gutenson, Burial was in Mount Hebron Baptist
July 20, 1989 - Interior Journal
from the Central Record]
pallbearers were Jimmy Snyder, Bobby Siler, Bill Snyder, Morris Saylor, Bill
Holloway and Ray Tillet. Honorary pallbearers were Boyd Miracle, V. W. Oaks,
Bob Maidlow, Herb Longman and Johnny Simpson.
March 21, 1977 - Advocate-Messenger
(Spl) - Mrs. Pearl Jane Oakes, 69 of Waynesburg Rt. 2, died Sunday at Fort Logan
Hospital after a long illness.
native of Mountain City, Tenn., she was a housewife and member of Mt. Hebron
include her husband, Charlie Oakes of Waynesburg Rt. 2; four daughters, Mrs.
Ruth Mae Rector and Mrs. Martha Ann Farmer, both of Waynesburg Rt 2, Mrs.
Helen Nave of Waynesburg Rt. 2, and Mrs. Edith Virginia Nave of Stanford Rt. 2; eight sons, Dennis Ray of Hustonville Rt. 1, Paul James of Pleasant Hill, Clyde Sherman
of Stanford Rt. 2; Walter lee, Matt Hughie, Otis Alford and David Samuel, all of Waynesburg Rt. 2, and Kenneth Oakes of Waynesburg Rt. 1; a sister, Mrs. Rosie Oakes
of Laport, Ind.; two brothers, Joseph Simpson of Ashville, N. C. and Baxter Simpson of Waynesburg Rt. 2; 18 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Mt. Hebron Baptist Church with Burial
in the Church Cemetery.
may call at Morgan and Fox Funeral Home after 1 p.m. Tuesday.
November 21, 1991 - Central Record, Lancaster, KY
14, 1918 - November 17, 1991
Mae Oakes, 73, of the McKinney Community of Lincoln County, died Sunday,
November 17, 1991 at her home.
February 14, 1918, in Garrard County. She was a daughter of Willie and Lizzie
Bryant. A homemaker, she was a member of McKinney Christian Church.
include her husband, William Gather Oakes; two sons, James Alfred Oakes of
Richmond, Ind., and Hershel Eugene Oakes of Hustonville; a daughter, Shirley
Christine Hilderbrand of Greenville, Ohio; a sister, Stella Lamb of Richmond, Ind.; eight grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.
funeral was held at 11 a. m. Wednesday, November 20 at Fox Funeral Home,
Stanford, officiated by Brother Jeff Helton.
Burial was in McKinney Cemetery.
June 19, 1980 - Interior Journal
16, 1892 - June 14, 1980
Oaks, 88, of Waynesburg, Route 2, died Saturday, June 14 at Ephraim McDowell
Lincoln County native was a retired farmer and a member of Mount Hebron Baptist
was a veteran of World War I.
include four daughters, Ruth Mae Rector and Martha Ann Farmer, both of
Waynesburg Route 1, Mary Helen Nave of Waynesburg Route 2 and Edith Virginia
Nave of Stanford; eight sons, Paul James of Monticello, Clyde Sherman of Stanford, Dennis Ray of Hustonville Route 1, Walter Lee, Matt Hughie, Odis Alfred and
David Samuel, all of Waynesburg Route 2, and Kenneth Eugene Oaks of Waynesburg, Route 1; 20 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.
was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Mount Hebron Baptist Church with Revs.
George Anderson and Jimmy McKinney officiating. Burial was in the church
and Fox Funeral Home was in charge.
were Kenneth McLamore, Sammy Martin, Buddy Nave, Lowell Saylor, Billy and Jimmy
May 14, 1981 - Interior Journal
20, 1933 - May 07, 1981
Oaks, 47, of Route 1, Crab Orchard, died Thursday, May 7, at his home.
native of Lincoln County, he was the son of the late Milton and Rose Simpson
Oaks, employed at Stanford Wood Products Co. and a member of a Baptist church.
include his wife, Mrs. Martha Josephine Oaks, West Alexander, Ohio; one
daughter, Mrs. Christine Oaks, Route 1, Crab Orchard; four sons,
Calvin Oaks, U.S. Air Force, Omaha, Neb. , Ricky D. Oaks, West Alexander, Ohio, Keith and Gary Lee Oaks both of Route 1, Crab Orchard; two sisters,
Mrs. Mary Jewell Carroll, Middletown, Ohio and Mrs. Pauline Woodson, Michigan City, Ind.; four brothers, Vernon W. Oaks, Route 2, Waynesburg, Wilbur Oaks,
Middleton, Ohio, John L. Oaks, Middleton, Ohio and Milton Oaks Jr., Route 1, Waynesburg.
were Hal Oaks, John L. Oaks, Jr. Darrell Oaks, Terry Oaks, Dean Woodson, Donnie
services were held Sunday, May 10 at the Mt. Hebron Baptist Church with the
Revs. George Anderson and Cecil Roundtree officiating.
Burial was in Mt. Hebron Cemetery
and Fox Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
January 07, 1982 - Interior Journal
04, 1903 - December 31, 1981
Oaks, 78, of Route 2, Waynesburg, died Thursday December 31 at his home.
include his wife, Bertie Powell Oaks; three daughters, Lena Blanton of
Crawfordsville, Ind., Edna Mae Smith of Seymour, Ind., and Helen Caudill of
and Daniel Oaks.
Waynesburg; a brother, Vernon Oaks of Crab Orchard; 19 grandchildren and 28 great-great grandchildren; his parents
and Daniel Oaks.
Kaleb Oaks & Mary Emma Powers Oaks]
were conducted Saturday at Mount Hebron Baptist Church with the Rev. Jimmy
McKinney officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery.
grandsons served as pallbearers.
- Raney-Speaks Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
November 30, 1988 - Lincoln Ledger, Stanford, KY
14, 1931 - November 24, 1988
- Mildred Marie Sears Oaks, 56, of Stanford, formerly of Moreland, died Thursday
night at Fort Logan Hospital, Stanford, after an illness.
is the widow of Charles Oaks. She was the daughter of Mary Eliza Sears Griffin
of Moreland and the late Joe Sears.
survivors include a daughter Joyce Ann Maddox of Stanford; three brothers,
Hubert Sears of Indianapolis, Dawson Sears of Moreland and Lee Sears of Norwood,
four sisters, Nellie Payton of Hustonville, Elsie Kidd of Danville, Evie Downs of Junction City, Ruby Belvin of Harrodsburg and Mary Kingery of Jacksonville,
Fla.; three grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren.
funeral was held Sunday at W. L. Pruitt Funeral Home, Moreland. Burial was in Moreland
March 31, 1977 - Interior Journal
04, 1904 - March 22, 1977
Rosa Carolina Oaks, 72, of Michigan City, Ind., died suddenly of a heart attack
on Tuesday, March 22, 1977 at Fort Logan Hospital.
native of Mountain City, Tenn., she was the widow of Milton Oaks and a member of
Mt. Hebron Baptist Church.
are two daughters, Mrs. Mary Jewell Carroll of Middletown, Ohio and Mrs. Pauline
Woodson of Michigan City, Ind. ; five sons, Vernon W. of Rt. 2, Waynesburg,
Wilbur of Tazewell, Tenn., Milton Jr. of Stanford, John L. of Middletown, Ohio, and Henry Oaks of Rt. 2, Crab Orchard; two brothers, Joseph Simpson of Asheville,
North Carolina and Baxter Simpson of Rt. 2, Waynesburg., twenty-one grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren.
services were held at Mt. Hebron Baptist Church on Friday, March 25 at 2:00 p.m.
Revs. George Anderson and Cecil Roundtree officiated. Burial was in Mt.
& Fox Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
May 24, 1989 - The Lincoln Ledger, Stanford
30, 1911 - May 21, 1989
- Vernon Oaks, 78, of Waynesburg Route 2, died Sunday at his home after an
March 30, 1911 in Lincoln County, he was a son of the late Daniel & Emma
Powers Oaks. He was a farmer.
include his wife, Katherine Hutchason Oaks.
funeral was held Tuesday at Mount Hebron Baptist Church by Shelby Reynolds.
was in Mount Hebron Cemetery.
and Demrow funeral Home, Waynesburg, was in charge of funeral arrangements.
June 30, 1977 - Lincoln County Post, Stanford, KY
20, 1888 - June 25, 1977
H. Oliver, 88 of Route 1, Crab Orchard, died Saturday, June 25, at the
Friendship House, Danville, after a long illness.
native of Rockcastle County, he had lived most of his life in Lincoln County.
was a retired farmer and a member of the Reorganized Church of Latter Day
include three daughters, Mrs. Lillian Zwahlen, Route1, Waynesburg, Mrs. Doris
Irvine, Route 1, Crab Orchard, Mrs. Barbara Siler, Mansfield, Ohio; a son, Hugh
Jackson, Mississippi, ten grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.
services were 1 p.m. Monday at the Friendship Baptist Church with Rev. Elmore
Ray officiating. Burial was in Friendship Cemetery. [Friendship
Baptist Church Cemetery]
has birth as June 30, 1888 - Social Security Index has birth as June 20, 1888]
were Raymond Brenda, Paul Reed, Henry and Timothy Siler, Glendon Greer, and
& Fox Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
July 24, 1986 - Interior Journal
27, 1908 - July 19, 1986
Lee Owens, 77, of Rt. 4, Stanford, died Saturday, July 19 at the U.K. Medical
Center in Lexington.
native of Lincoln County, she was born Oct. 27, 1908 to William Zack and Nannie
Belle Coffman Yocum. She was a housewife and a member of Geneva Baptist Church.
include her husband, Clarence Owens, Stanford; three sons, James T. and Sherman
B., both of Rt. 4, Stanford and Leonard D. Owens, Mt. Eden, Ky.; three
Norma Bell Manuel, Wanda Lee Allison, and Wilma Jean Hill, all of Rt. 4, Stanford; two brothers,
B. Yocum, Stanford, and Raymond Yocum, Kings Mountain; two sisters, Edith Myrtle
Brown, Hustonville and Gracie Ellen Stull, Birmingham, Ala. ;
34 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren.
services were held Tuesday, July 22 at the Geneva Baptist Church with Revs.
Gernie York, and Lewis Walters officiating. Burial was in Easom [Eason]
Cemetery in McKinney, Ky.
Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.