Selected Webster County Obituaries
Surnames Lloyd to Logan
The Providence Journal-Enterprise
1948 - 1961
A.J. LLOYD, 87, died at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H.E. MORRIS, at Diamond. Surviving besides Mrs. Morris are three sons, Fred, Buford, and Eugene Lloyd, of Providence; eight grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at Tapp Funeral Home in Providence, with Elder J.D. SHAIN of Madisonville officiating. Burial was in Big Hill Cemetery.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, July 21, 1955.
Mrs. Arthur Young LLOYD, whose husband is State Adjutant General and a Providence native, died at 11:35 p.m. last Thursday at
Woodford Memorial Hospital in Versailles. The Lloyds' home is near Versailles. Mrs. Lloyd, the former Miss Lucy SIMMS, had been
ill for several years. She was a member of Versailles Presbyterian Church. Surviving are the husband; a daughter, Miss Elizabeth
Alexander Lloyd, and a sister, Mrs. A. B. GAY of Woodford County. Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Versailles
Presbyterian Church. Burial was in Frankfort Cemetery. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, September 21, 1961.
Clarence Andrew LLOYD, 55, farmer of the Liberty section, Providence Route 1, died at 12:05 a.m. Wednesday at Hopkins County Hospital in Madisonville. He was a member of Concord General Baptist Church. Survivors are a sister, Mrs. Maggie JONES, Providence Route 1; and two brothers, Roy Lloyd of Nebo rural route, and Strother Lloyd, Cannelton, Ind. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at Corinth Baptist Church. Burial will be in Corinth cemetery.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, September 4, 1952.
Thomas J. LLOYD, sr., 79, died at his home on Maple street at 4
o'clock this morning, after an illness of six months. Mr. Lloyd had
been a Providence resident for many years, having come here from
Henderson county. Before his retirement several years ago he had been
employed as a mine stationary engineer. He was a member of the
General Baptist church. Survivors are the wife; a son, Thomas J.
Lloyd, jr., Providence; a daughter, Mrs. Grover GIANNINNI, Evansville;
four grandchildren; a brother, Andrew Lloyd, Providence; and a sister,
Mrs. Tennie LYNN, Henderson county, near Dixie. Funeral services will
be conducted at 10 o'clock Friday morning at the home, with the Rev.
Alpha WARREN in charge. Burial will be in Big Hill cemetery.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, June 18, 1942.
Vincent W. LOEBE, husband of the former Miss Hazel YARBROUGH, formerly of Providence, died Saturday morning in Detroit of injuries suffered forty-eight hours earlier in an accident. Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. Friday at Tapp Funeral Home in Henderson, with burial in a cemetery there. The body will be at the funeral home from 10 a.m. Thursday until after the funeral.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, November 23, 1949. Compiler's note: His stone in St. Louis Catholic Cemetery, Holy Name Church, South Main Street, Henderson, lists his date of death as Nov. 19, 1949 and gives his age as 34 years.
Mrs. Irene Louise LOFTON, 68, widow of S.C. Lofton, died at 3 a.m. Friday in Cardwell's Clinic following a long illness. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Maurice OVERBY, Providence, and two grandchildren. She was a member of First Baptist Church. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Tapp Funeral Home in Providence, with the Rev. Benjamin CONNAWAY officiating. Burial was in Lakeview cemetery.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, February 18, 1954.
Mrs. Lou LOFTON, 80, died at 6:45 p.m. Thursday in her home at Diamond following a long illness. She was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church at Oak Grove. Survivors are two daughters, Miss Myrtle Lofton and Mrs. Nell DeHAVEN, at home; a son, Finis Lofton, Providence; a grandchild; and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at White Oak church, with the Rev. J.R. KING, of Blackford, officiating. Burial was in White Oak cemetery.
Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, April 27, 1950.
Sheck C. LOFTON, 61, widely known throughout this section, died at 5 p.m.Saturday in an Evansville hospital, two days after his automobile was struck by a train. According to reports, the Illinois Central coal train was enroute from Blackford to Providence, and Mr. Lofton drove his car up a grade on to the track as the train rounded a curve. The car was hit on the right hand side and was turned around and knocked off the track. The accident occurred at 4:30 p.m. Thursday on a private road on Mr. Lofton's farm near Diamond. He suffered a head injury and was taken to his home nearby later being removed to the hospital. His death followed a cerebral hemorrhage. Mr. Lofton was born and reared and spent his entire life in this section. He was a farmer, had been a mine operator, and had served two terms as magistrate from the Providence magisterial district, from 1930 through 1937. He was actively identified with the Republican party in this district. Survivors are the wife, Irene; one daughter, Mrs. Maurice OVERBY, Dixon; two brothers, George and Sherman Lofton, Providence; a sister, Mrs. Minnie CULLEN, Cairo, Ill.; and two grandchildren. The body was brought to Tapp Funeral Home in Providence where it remained until after funeral services which were held there at 2 p.m. Monday. Elder J.D. SHAIN of Madisonville officiated. Nephews were pallbearers. Burial was in Cullen cemetery. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, January 17, 1946.
Mrs. T.O. LOGAN, 91, died Saturday morning at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Will RICHARDS, near Dalton following an illness of two
weeks. Mrs. Logan has been making her home with another daughter,
Mrs. J.B. DEVER, in Providence, but was visiting Mrs. Richards at the
time she became ill. Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Richards and
Mrs. Aletha MULLINS, Dalton, Mrs. Dever and Mrs. B.H. DAWSON,
Providence; and a son, Justin Logan, Dawson Springs. Funeral services
were held Sunday afternoon at Silent Run church, with burial in the
church cemetery. Providence Journal-Enterprise, Thursday, September