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Gabany, Mrs. Esther Shetter The Winchester Sun Mon., 6-22, 6-23-1931
Gabbard, Andrew The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-29-2003
Gabbard, Ben The Winchester Sun Sat., 4-24, 4-26, 4-28, 4-30-1926
Gabbard, Benjamin Harrison The Winchester Sun Fri., 12-29, 12-30-1967
Gabbard, child The Winchester Sun Tues., 8-15-1922
Gabbard, Clarence Eugene The Winchester Sun Sat., 8-5-2006
Gabbard, Clay The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-1-1938
Gabbard, Dock The Winchester Sun Thur., 12-26-1912
Gabbard, Elisha The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-16, 1-22-1914
Gabbard, Farris The Winchester Sun Tues., 2-22-1927
Gabbard, Green The Prisoner Killed.

A special from Jackson, Breathitt county says:

Jeff Stapleton, who killed Green Gabbard during a dispute over a game of cards, was arrested in Owsley county by Estill Deaton and Sherman Wadkins. While they were bringing him to the jail here the party was fired on from ambush and Stapleton was   killed. Stapleton was a constable.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, July 1, 1902

Gabbard, Harvey The Winchester Sun Tues., 12-29, 12-30, 12-31-1936
Gabbard, Ike The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-29-1913
Gabbard, Isaac The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-20-1913
Gabbard, Isaac (Ike) The Winchester Sun Tues., 9-24, 9-27-1912
Gabbard, Isaac H. The Winchester Sun Thur., 7-13, 7-14-1967
Gabbard, Jas. C. Col. Jas. C. Garrard died last week at his residence near Boyd Station of softening of the brain, aged 69 years. He was a descendant of Gov. Garrard and the father of Dr. Frank P. Garrard, of this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Wed., 11-6-1889

Gabbard, John CITY, COUNTY, STATE-JOHN GABBARD, of Madison county, fell while out hunting and the contents of his gun were discharged into his abdomen. When found he was dead.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, January 15, 1895.

Gabbard, Mrs. Ada The Winchester Sun     Fri., 7-14-1933
Gabbard, Mrs. Alvena Sparks The Winchester Sun Wed., 3-18-1987
Gabbard, Mrs. Anna B. The Winchester Sun Sat., 7-9-1927
Gabbard, Mrs. Coney The Winchester Sun Mon., 4-6-1964
Gabbard, Mrs. Elizabeth Eversole The Winchester Sun Fri., 3-25, 3-26-1966
Gabbard, Mrs. Isaac The Winchester Sun Tues., 9-24, 9-27-1912
Gabbard, Mrs. Julia Foley The Winchester Sun Thur., 9-6-1956
Gabbard, Mrs. Lucille The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-29-1989
Gabbard, Mrs. Mabel The Winchester Sun Wed., 12-9-1992
Gabbard, Mrs. Mary R.

(Granny Jane)

The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-21-2007
Gabbard, Mrs. Mattie D. The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-11-1988
Gabbard, Mrs. Maude Brewer The Winchester Sun Mon., 10-30-1989
Gabbard, Mrs. Sue C. Roots Web Message Board 11-1, 11-2-2003
Gabbard, Mrs. Vivian Russell The Winchester Sun Fri., 10-23-2009
Gabbard, Mrs.Tom The Winchester Sun Wed., 11-11-1964
Gabbard, Pascal The Winchester Sun Wed., 6-5-1918
Gabbard, Peter Killed By An Unknown

Richmond, Ky., June 22

At Driprock, Jackson county, Peter Gabbard, living near Sand Springs was killed Sunday night in a row. Several shots were fired and the identity of Gabbard’s murderer is unknown.

The Winchester Democrat Tue., June 27, 1899

Gabbard, Pierce The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-22-1930
Gabbard, Ralph The Winchester Sun Wed., 5-25-1938
Gabbard, Rex The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-27-1975
Gabbard, Sam The Winchester Sun Fri., 9-17, 9-18-2004
Gabbard, Seldon The Winchester Sun Sat., 4-21-1934
Gabbard, W. G. The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-3-1923
Gabbard, Wilson The Winchester Sun Mon., 9-25-1989
Gabbard, Wilton Jr. The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-12-1993
Gabbart, Harold The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-4-1922
Gabbart, Harvey The Winchester Sun Thur., 7-7-1938
Gabbart, Mrs. Betty The Winchester Sun Thur., 10-29-1959
Gabbart, Mrs. Sallie Bruner The Winchester Sun Thur., 10-8-1942
Gabby, Benjamin G. The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-11-1963
Gabby, Harold Evans The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-8, 1-9-1993
Gabby, Rose Parks The Winchester Sun Thur., 3-4-1993
Gabby, Victor The Winchester Sun Wed., 6-15-1932
Gaber, Leo At Frankfort, Friday Leo Gaber, aged 18, son of Dr. E. M. Gaber, was drowned while bathing in the Kentucky river. Young Gaber was emerging from a dive, when a companion jumped on him from the top of a boat house.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 22, 1897

Gadd, Lloyd Franklin The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-10-1987
Gadd, Maria Antonia The Winchester Sun Wed., 8-28-1935
Gadd, Mrs. Susan The Winchester Sun Tues., 3-17-1931
Gaddis, Robert The Winchester Sun     Tues., 10-17-1933
Gaddis, Terri Denise The Winchester Sun Thur., 4-30-1987
Gaddy, G. G. Died—G. G. Gaddy, who resided some months in this city, and who moved to Huntington, W. Va., a few weeks ago, died in that city, June 19th.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 24, 1898

Gaffney, Dock The Winchester Sun Tues., 11-27-1934
Gaffney, infant DIED-The three-year-old child of James Gaffney, of Garrard county, was burned to death Sunday, it clothing catching fire from the stove.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 11, 1893.

Gaffney, Mrs. Anna Mae

Whitlock

The Winchester Sun Thur., 12-5, 12-6-1985
Gaffney, Mrs. John Brought here for burial

Mrs. John Gaffney died Friday at her home at Columbus, Ohio, of lung trouble, aged fifty-seven years. The remains were brought here Monday and buried in the Winchester cemetery. She formerly lived in this city, where, as Miss Lida Perkins, she was a popular dressmaker. Her sister, Mrs. H.T. Clinkenbeard, accompanied the remains here.

The Winchester Democrat Tuesday, January 19, 1909

Gafney, Louis The Winchester Sun, Sat., 1-1-1921
Gailbraith, Lettie Collins The Winchester Sun Sat., 12-14-1957
Gailey, Ruby The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-22-1921
Gailor, Clara Belle The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-23-1914
Gainer, Mrs. Mildred (Bell) The Winchester Sun Thur., 11-11-1993
Gaines, Caleb                       AA Half Hour’s Work

Negro Caleb Gaines, the Assailant of a Little Girl, Taken From Jail at Glasgow, and Hanged.

Glasgow, Ky., June 17.—At 1 o’clock Thursday morning 50 men rode into Glasgow, proceeded to the jail, forced an entrance by overpowering Jailer Carter, and taking Caleb Gaines, 18, the Negro assailant of Little Ethel Allen, white, from his cell, dragged him out and lynched him in the public square.

The men, some of whom were masked, had the assistance of a trusty in the jail, who opened the cell doors for them. The mob had previously taken Jailer Carter’s keys from him at the rear door of the jail.

A rope soon encircled Gaines’ neck and screaming, praying and struggling by turns, he was hauled along to the public square.

The entire proceeding from the entrance of the mob to the accomplishment of its design, was but the work of half an hour.

Before leaving town the mob fired several hundred shots with the threat that if anybody should cut the boys body down before 12 o’clock noon he would be met with rough treatment.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 17, 1898

 

Jailer Carter several days ago started the report that the little sugar tree in the Courthouse yard, on which the negro, Caleb Gaines, was hanged about a week ago, was getting soft, and that it would yield to the pressure of the thumb and fingers. The report has gained general currency, and every now and then some incredulous person can see.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, July 5, 1898

Gaines, Clyde S. The Winchester Sun Wed., 8-21, 8-22-1946
Gaines, Dewey Vernon The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-7-1973
Gaines, E.C. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-1-1936
Gaines, Eisell The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-16-1932
Gaines, George                     AA The Winchester Sun Fri., 7-27-1917
Gaines, George                     AA The Winchester Sun Thur., 3-8-1923
Gaines, Isom The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-15-1932
Gaines, Jasper N. The Winchester Sun Thur., 11-5-1914
Gaines, Jimmie D. The Winchester Sun Sat., 2-17-1940
Gaines, John The Winchester Sun Mon. 12-21-1936
Gaines, John P. Deaths

John P. Gaines, a wealthy citizen of Montgomery county, died Saturday aged seventy-six years. The funeral was preached by Dr. Weber, of this city, the following day.

The Winchester Democrat Tue., April 21, 1903

Gaines, Keeling C. The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-18-1933
Gaines, Moses                       AA Fatally Shot

Hopkinsville, Ky., June 27

Angry because Moses Gaines, colored, aged 12, playfully blocked his entrance at a gate in Montgomery, Trigg county, Gill Jones, aged 14, fatally shot him with a revolver. Jones is in jail.

The Winchester Democrat Tue., July 3, 1900

Gaines, Mrs. Allie Murphy The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-2-1928
Gaines, Mrs. Cassandra The Winchester Sun Mon. 12-21-1936
Gaines, Mrs. Della Harris The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-30-1996
Gaines, Mrs. Ellen Johnson The Winchester Sun Sat., 5-22-1943
Gaines, Mrs. Ira Goodpaster The Winchester Sun Mon., 7-6-1953
Gaines, Mrs. Maggie Dezarn The Winchester Sun Sat., 4-24-1971
Gaines, Mrs. Mary Augusta The Winchester Sun Thur., 10-5, 10-6-1967
Gaines, Mrs. Minnie E. The Winchester Sun Thur., 12-10-1953
Gaines, Mrs. Miriam Pulliam The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-18-1933

Gaines, Mrs. Myra Clark

More than fifty years ago Mrs. Myra Clark Gaines filed a suit for a large body of land on which a portion of New Orleans is situated. It was fought bitterly through various courts with varying success. Mrs. Gaines died, an old woman, whose life and fortune had been spent in trying to secure her rights. Last week the United States Supreme Court decided that the city should pay Mrs. Gaines executors $575,000.

The Democrat   Wednesday May 22, 1889

Gaines, Mrs. Ruth Frances The Winchester Sun Thur., 1-23-1997
Gaines, Mrs. Thomas Died-Last Thursday, at the residence of her husband, in this county Mrs. Thomas Gaines.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Tue., 8-26-1879

 

Died-At her home in this county last Thursday the 21st, ult., Mrs. Gaines, wife of Capt. Thomas Gaines.

The Clark County Democrat Wednesday 9-3-1879

Gaines, Sam Shooting Near London

London, Ky., Sept., 26

Jack Watkins shot and killed Sam Gaines at East Bernstadt, six miles from here, Tuesday. He was arrested and lodged in jail. An old grudge had been existing between the men for some time.

The Winchester Democrat Tue., Oct. 2, 1900

Gaines, T. H. The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-22-1916

Gaines, Thomas

John P. Gaines has been appointed administrator of Thomas Gaines, deceased, and J. H. Evans, S. H. Oden and W. P. Winn appraisers of the estate.

The Democrat   Wednesday, May 8, 1889

Gaines, Will   (Snake) The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-26-1913
Gaines, William Congreve

(Connie)

The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-11-1936
Gainey, Charles Jr. The Winchester Sun Wed., 5-27, 5-29-1981
Gainey, Maggie Thompson The Winchester Sun Fri., 4-19-1985
Gainey-Benton, Mrs. Marie The Winchester Sun Fri., 12-6, 12-7-2002
Gains, John Settlement with the executors of John Gains decd. ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 17; December Court 1830

Gains, John Prewitt The Winchester Sun Tues., 2-18-1986
Gainstead, Edward College Hill-Edward Gainstead died of fever this week. He leaves a wife and three children. He was buried with Masonic honors, funeral services by Rev. F. Grider.

The Winchester Democrat   Wed., 7-18-1888

Gaither, C. Gordon The Winchester Sun Thur., 11-30-2000
Gaither, John Fredrick (Fred) The Winchester Sun Fri., 2-24, 2-25-1989
Gaither, Lee B. The Winchester Sun Fri., 9-21-1984
Gaither, Mrs. Anna The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-21-1913
Gaither, Mrs. Frona Williams The Winchester Sun Tue., 12-19-1978
Gaither, Mrs. Ruby Lee The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-6-1940
Gaither, Roy The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-6-1940
Gaitskill, Alice G. Age 7 months, 24 days, female, she was born in Clark County, KY, her parents were Albert and Ann Gaitskill, she died in Clark County, KY, December 8, 1860.

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Gaitskill, Charles The Winchester Sun Sat., 12-28-1929
Gaitskill, Clay The Winchester Sun Mon., 4-11-1955
Gaitskill, David B. The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-24-1949
Gaitskill, Edmond On the motion of Henry Gaitskill who made motion thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Edmond Gaitskill dec. in due form giving security whereupon he together with James Stuart and William Gaitskill entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $5,000 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 11; P. 290; August Court 1844

 

Settlement with Henry Gaitskill guardian of Nancy Gaitskill was produced in court and ordered to be filed until next court.

Order Book 11; P. 353; May Court 1845

 

Settlement with Henry Gaitskill guardian to Nancy Gaitskill being filed at last court was again produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 356; June Court 1845

 

Settlement with the guardian of Nancy Gaitskill

Order Book 12; P. 113; June Court 1848

…………..filed………..

Order Book 12; P. 284; May Court 1850

 

Settlement with Henry Gaitskill guardian of John Gaitskill……filed………

Order Book 12; P. 126; July Court 1848

…..recorded…..

Order Book 12; P. 296; June Court 1850

 

James H. Gaitskill guardian settlement- produced ………..continued.

Order Book 12; P. 389; July Court 1851

……….produced ……..approved ……recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 397; September Court 1851

 

Settlement with the guardian of Joseph Gaitskill ….produced …..filed…

Order Book 12; P. 464; May Court 1852

 

Settlement with the guardian of Mary Gaitskill ….produced …..filed…

Order Book 12; P. 464; May Court 1852

 

Settlement with the guardian of Louisa Gaitskill ….produced …..filed…

Order Book 12; P. 464; May Court 1852

 

Settlement with the guardians of Joseph, Mary and Louisa Gaitskill being filed ……..again produced ……approved …..recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 470; June 1852

 

Settlement with the guardian of J. H. Gaitskill was produced …..filed …..

Order Book 12; P. 568; June Court 1853

 

Settlement with the guardian of James H. Gaitskill being filed …..again produced …….approved ………….recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 574; July Court 1853

Gaitskill, Florence                 AA The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-9, 8-12, 8-17-1937
Gaitskill, George                   AA Death Of A Well Known Colored Man

George Gaitskill, who lived in Kohlhassville, this city, died Friday afternoon after a short illness of pneumonia. The funeral was preached at the Broadway Christian Church Sunday afternoon by Revs. Montgomery, Richardson and Harper, and the burial was under the auspices of the “Old Soldiers.”

“Uncle” George was one of the best known colored men in the city; polite and obliging at all times, he was liked by every one.

By careful frugal habits he had accumulated some nice property and leaves his wife, who survives him, well provided for.

The Winchester Democrat Tue., Feb. 11, 1902

Gaitskill, Henry Administration on the estate of Henry Gaitskill decd. is granted to Ann Gaitskill and William Gaitskill with James Stewart and Thomas Wright security.

Order Book 4; P. 523; July Court 1812

 

Order for the appraisal of the slaves if any and personal estate of Henry Gaitskill decd.

Order Book 4; P. 523; July Court 1812

 

Ordered that Ann Gaitskill be appointed guardian to Suton, Sally, Nancy, Betsy, Embley, Pollyand Mariah Gaitskill infant orphans of Hanry Gaitskill decd. with James Stewart and Thomas Wright security.

Order Book 4; P. 526; July Court 1812

Gaitskill, Henry                     AA African American Male, Married, approximately 70 years old, Father-unknown, Mother-unknown, Died April 9, 1934, Buried April 10, 1934.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate Number 8617, Volume 1934.

Gaitskill, J. Ed The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-25, 8-26, 8-27-1932
Gaitskill, James H. The Sun Sentinel Thur., 5-11-1911
Gaitskill, John Thomson Station Items

We are pained to report the death of Mr. John Gaitskill, father of our estimable neighbor, Messrs. C. W., J. E. and S. S. Gaitskill. He died on Sunday evening last, after two months illness.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Fri., 5-25-1879

 

John Gaitskill, an old respected citizen of this county, died at half past 2 o’clock yesterday morning. His funeral will take place at his late residence, near Wade’s Mill, at 10 o’clock today.

The Semi-Weekly Sun   Tue., 5-27-1879

 

The will of John Gaitskill, dec’d, was probated in the County Court yesterday.

Jas. Chorn, Chas. Stewart and H. C. Gillaspie were appointed appraisers of the estate of John Gaitskill, dec’d. The County Court appointed C. W. Gaitskill executor of the estate of John Gaitskill; dec’d, yesterday, with J. E. and Strather Gaitskill as surety.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Tue., 6-24-1879

 

Will Book 1, Page 344

Dated: April 25, 1879

Recorded: June 23, 1879

 

John Gaitskill executor vs. James Terry & co.

….plaintiff recover of the defendant…venue changed to Fayette Circuit Court…

Order Book 17; P. 457; November Court 1880

Gaitskill, John The Sun Sentinel Thur., 6-29-1911
Gaitskill, John C. The Winchester Sun Tues., 10-22-1929
Gaitskill, Julia Owings The Winchester Sun Tues., 9-2-1969
Gaitskill, Miriam Coleman The Winchester Sun Wed., 10-25, 10-26, 10-27-2006
Gaitskill, Mrs. Ann Ewing The Winchester Sun Wed., 8-19, 8-20-1931
Gaitskill, Mrs. Frances V. Death of Mrs. Gaitskill.

At the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harvey A. Rogers, near Wades Mill, Wednesday, December 18th, of Paralysis, Mrs. Frances V. Gaitskill, aged seventy-four years. For half a century she had been a member of the Primative Baptist Church and died in the full assurance of faith.   The remains were brought to this city for interment. Services at the grave by Rev. B. B. Bailey. She leaves four sons, Silas, of McIntosh, Fla., Charles and Strother, of Lexington, and Ed of this city, also three daughters, Mrs. Robt. L. Willis, of Lexington, Mrs. Harvey A. Rogers and Mrs. John Burgin, of Wades Mill.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 20, 1901.

 

Will of Mrs. Gaitskill.

The will of Mrs. Frances V. Gaitskill was probated Monday.   It was dated October 18, 1896.   After making the usual arrangements for payment of debts, if any and for burial, she devised what money she had to her seven children in equal shares. Twenty-one shares of stock in the Mt. Sterling National Bank and the same amount of stock in the North Middletown Deposit Bank, where devised in the same manner, the bequests to be the separate estate of her married daughters, and where the devisees were without bodily heirs, the bequests were to revert to the remaining heirs at death. J. E. Gaitskill and H. A. Rogers were named as executors without bond. By a codicil of April 7, 1897, the remainder interest of S. S. Gaitskill in the arm bought of Mrs. Apperson, is to be divided among the other six children. Her buggy was left to Mrs. Nettie Rogers. Provisions were made for the burial of Jim Gaitskill, an old family servant. The old Gaitskill family grave yard in which several generations of the Gaitskill family are buried, is to be reserved for that purpose. This clause recites that Henry Gaitskill was buried there in 1812.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 27, 1901.

Gaitskill, Mrs. Leora The Winchester Sun Sat., 9-13-1913
Gaitskill, Mrs. Lula Ogden The Winchester Sun Mon., 9-29, 10-7-1958
Gaitskill, Mrs. Mollie Buried Here

As we went to press Monday afternoon we learned of the death of Mrs. John Gaitskill, of Montgomery county, who died this day of Bright’s disease, aged forty-eight years. She was a daughter of the late David Bratton, of this county, and left a husband and five children. Her brother and sisters who survive her are Mrs. W. A. Sutton and Mrs. R. M. Smith, of Mt. Sterling, Mrs. H. C. Hart, Mrs. R. S. Scobee, Miss Lena and Robert Bratton, of this county. The remains were brought to this city Tuesday for interment.

The Winchester Democrat Fri., June 9, 1899

 

Mrs. Mollie Gaitskill, wife of John Gaitskill died Sunday night at Mt. Sterling of heart disease, aged about fifty years. She was Miss Bratton and a sister of Mrs. B. S. Scobee.

The Winchester Democrat Tue., June 6, 1899

Gaitskill, Mrs. Ruth Coleman

Gay

The Winchester Sun Fri., 3-2, 3-3-2007
Gaitskill, R. D. The Winchester Sun Fri., 4-26-1918
Gaitskill, Robert Ewing Sad Bereavement

Robert Ewing Gaitskill, youngest child and only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ed Gaitskill died Monday morning, May 7th, of kidney trouble, aged six and half years. He was a bright, manly little fellow, and the sympathy of our readers will go out to the stricken family in their hour of bereavement.

The Winchester Democrat Tue., May 6, 1906

Gaitskill, Silas On motion of William Gaitskill and Harry Gaitskill who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted them for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Silas Gaitskill dec. Giving security whereupon they   together with Jones Hedger and John G. Stuart entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $20,000 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 10; P. 408; April Court 1838

 

Ordered that Thomas Wornall, Ellis Dean, Christee Scobee and Rice Pendleton or any 3 of them being first sworn do lay off and allot unto Jona Gaitskill widow and relict of Silas Gaitskill dec. her dower in the negroes and real estate of her deceased husband and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 10; P. 408; April Court 1838

 

Inventory and appraisement of the estate of Silas Gaitskill dec. was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 416; May Court 1838

 

Amount of sales of the estate of Silas Gaitskill dec. was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 425; August Court 1838

 

Ordered that Henry Gaitskill be appointed guardian to Nancy Gaitskill, Harvey Gaitskill and Joseph Gaitskill infant orphans of Silas Gaitskill dec. Giving security   whereupon he together with John Gaitskill, John G. Stuart and William Gaitskill entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $9000 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 10; P. 433; October Court 1838

 

Ordered that John Gaitskill be appointed guardian to Edmund Gaitskill, Laura Gaitskill and Mary Gaitskill infant orphans of Silas Gaitskill dec. giving security whereupon he together with Henry Gaitskill, John G. Stuart and William Gaitskill entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $9000 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 10; P. 433; October Court 1838

 

Allotment of dower of Jona Gaitskill was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 450; December Court 1838

Gaitskill, Strauder S. The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-19, 1-20-1931
Gaitskill, Thomas Thos. Gaitskill, of North Middletown, who was stabbed by Constable Skillman while resisting arrest, died Thursday.

The Democrat, Wednesday, March 2, 1892.

 

Constable Skillman has been acquitted at an examining trial at North Middletown for killing Tom Gaitskill.

The Winchester Democrat   Wed., 3-30-1892

Gaitskill, William Age 66, Male, widower, he was a farmer, he was born in Clark county, KY, he lived in Clark County, KY, he died in Carlisle, KY, he died in 1855, he died of convulsions.

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Gaitskill, William William Gaitskill exec vs. William Gaitskill Heirs

Henry A. Thomas and wife ……continued..

Order Book 8; P. 476; July Court 1855

 

_____Benton vs. William Gaitskill

Order Book 8; P. 476; July Court 1855

 

Henry Gaitskill vs. William Gaitskill

G. Gaitskill a rule is awarded ….

Order Book 8; P. 476; July Court 1855

 

Sally Stuart vs. William Gaitskill

Albert G. Gaitskill …..

Order Book 8; P. 476; July Court 1855

 

William Gaitskill exec. Vs. William Gaitskill Crs.

Order Book 8; P. 553; October Court 1855

 

William Gaitskill Exec. vs. William Gaitskill’s heirs

Ordered that their cause be continued.

Order Book 9; P. 497; November Court 1857

 

Albert G. Gaitskill __ vs. John Gaitskill

Ordered that this cause be submitted to the court

This cause being heard and there being no exceptions to the Masters report it is approved and the plaintiff A. G. Gaitskill as Executor of William Gaitskill deceased is ordered out of assets to pay the defendant John Gaitskill ………..

Order Book 9; P. 588; May Court 1858

 

William Gaitskill’s Exec. vs. William Gaitskill Admin.

Ordered cause be continued.

Order Book 9; P. 595; May Court 1858

 

William Gaitskill’s Exor. vs. William Gaitskill’s Crs.

The report of the Master filled ……….

Order Book 10; P. 5; July Court 1858

 

William Gaitskill’s Exor. vs. William Gaitskill’s Heirs

…………cause submitted to court for decision…………

Order Book 10; P. 8; July Court 1858

 

William Gaitskill’s Exor. vs. William Gaitskill’s Crs. …………..Equity

Executor ordered to pay ………………………

Order Book 11; P. 24; July Court 1858

 

William Gaitskill Exor. Vs. William Gaitskill’s Crs. ……….Equity

………Buckner …..to   execute to John Gaitskill a deed of land purchased by him from William Gaitskill dec. ……..

Order Book 10; P. 65; November Court 1858

 

William Gaitskill’s Exor. Vs. William Gaitskill’s Hrs. & Crs. …..Equity

…deed of   conveyance to John Gaitskill ………..

Order Book 10; P. 123; November Court 1858

Galbraith, Frances Hedricks The Winchester Sun Tues., 11-19, 11-20-1968
Galbraith, Hiram Wesley The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-17-1944
Galbraith, J. A. The Winchester Sun, Mon., 3-7-1921
Galbraith, Mrs. Martha M. The Winchester Sun Wed., 10-30-1974
Galbraith, Mrs. Mattie Orme The Winchester Sun Thur., 4-10, 4-11-1969
Galbraith, Robert                 AA The Winchester Sun Tues., 7-13-1920
Galbraith, William Hobert

(Waterworks)

The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-12-1976
Galbreath, Dorsey C. The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-22-2001
Galbreth, Mrs. Louisa The Winchester Sun, Thurs., 4-7-1921
Galer, Frank Russell The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-3, 2-4-1961
Galispie, Robert Male, he was born in Scott County, KY, he lived in Midway, KY, he died in Clark County, KY, he died May 18, 1855, he died of disease of the lungs.

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Gallagher, ______ The Winchester Sun Thur., 10-1-1936
Gallagher, Allen B. The Winchester Sun Tues., 4-9-1935
Gallagher, Bernice Martin The Winchester Sun Thur., 11-2-1995
Gallagher, Charles E. Died

At the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. A. Hieatt, on Hayes street Tuesday night, of paralysis, Capt. Charles E. Gallagher, aged seventy-one years. He leaves a daughter, Mrs. Hieatt, and a son Elijah Gallagher, of Florida. He was a veteran of the Mexican war, being a member of the 16th United States Infantry. Funeral services were held at the home Wednesday afternoon by Rev. W. B. Ryan and the remains were taken to Lancaster, his old home, for burial. Capt. Gallagher had been a resident of our city only a few weeks, but had endeared himself to many friends. He was a man of bright intellect and courteous manner and impressed every one by his noble, christian bearing. The family have the sincere sympathy of our people in their bereavement.

The Winchester Democrat Fri., March 30, 1900

Gallagher, Joseph Hugh The Winchester Sun Tues., 10-20-1998
Gallagher, Mrs. Ella Barnes The Winchester Sun Fri., 10-27, 10-28-1978
Gallagher, Mrs. Patrick The wife of Patrick Gallagher, a former conductor of this division of the K. C., arrayed herself in a funeral robe and threw herself in front of a moving engine, being instantly killed. Ill health the cause.

The Winchester Democrat   Wed., 11-20-1889

Gallagher, Newton The Winchester Sun Sat., 3-23-1929
Gallagher, Pat The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-11-1922
Gallagher, Peter Peter Gallagher, the old flagman on the K. C. Railroad crossing, died yesterday morning of consumption and heart disease. The remains were carried to Paris for interment in the Catholic cemetery.

The Winchester Democrat   Wed., 3-14-1888

Gallaher, Caitlin The Winchester Sun Tues., 4-23-1991
Gallaher, Clark Patrick The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-14, 2-15, 2-16-2008
Gallaher, George C. The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-17-1976
Gallaher, Paul David The Winchester Sun Thur., 7-15, 7-17-1971
Gallaher, Paul Douglas The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-13-1976
Gallatin, Robert The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-21-1914
Gallatin, Robert L. The Winchester Sun Wed., 12-24-1913
Gallaway, Ben The Winchester Sun Mon., 10-1-1917
Gallegher, Bishop –The death of Bishop Gallegher of Louisiana, which occurred on Monday Night, will be deeply regretted in this State, where he was born, in this city, where he was married, and in the great church whose highest councils he adorned. He was a gallant soldier, a courteous gentleman, an earnest Christian, an eloquent preacher and a wise and useful Bishop.—Louisville Commercial.

The Democrat, Wednesday, December 23, 1891.

 

Two Soldiers Killed

Shelbyville, Ky., May 11

Word has been received here of the death of Edmund Bullock and Bennett Blakely, Shelby county boys in the Philippines. They were killed in the same fight in which Lieut. Galleher, of Louisville, lost his life.

The Winchester Democrat Tue., May 15, 1900

Gallemore, Walter S. The Winchester Sun     Fri., 6-30-1933
Galliher Annie Sisters Buried in One Grave.

Fullerton, Ky., April 29.—Miss Lyde Galliher, aged 20, died Saturday afternoon of typhoid fever. At the same time Sunday afternoon Miss Annie Galliher, a sister, aged 22, died of tuberculosis. Monday the bodies of the two young ladies were buried in the same grave.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 2, 1902

Galliher, Lyde Sisters Buried in One Grave.

Fullerton, Ky., April 29.—Miss Lyde Galliher, aged 20, died Saturday afternoon of typhoid fever. At the same time Sunday afternoon Miss Annie Galliher, a sister, aged 22, died of tuberculosis. Monday the bodies of the two young ladies were buried in the same grave.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 2, 1902

Gallman, Slim                       AA The Winchester Sun Fri., 8-29-1924
Galloway, Benjamin F. Oldest Odd Fellow in Indiana Dead.

Madison, Ind., Dec. 14.—Benjamin F. Galloway, 83, the oldest Odd Fellow in the state, died Tuesday morning.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 16, 1898

Galloway, C. O. The Winchester Sun Sat., 5-19-1934
Galloway, daughter Baby Burned To Death

Vanceburg, Ky., Dec. 28

At Rockport Tuesday morning the 2-year-old daughter of Mr. M. Galloway was burned to death. She was playing near the fireplace and her clothing caught fire.

The Winchester Democrat Tue., Jan. 3, 1899

Galloway, F. W. The Winchester Sun Fri., 10-15-1965
Galloway, Gene The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-9-1933
Galloway, Grant The Winchester Sun Sat., 7-19-1947
Galloway, James Michael (Mike) The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-19, 6-20-1973
Galloway, Jesse Ernest Jr. The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-6-1989
Galloway, Jesse Ernest Sr. The Winchester Sun Thur., 11-30-1972
Galloway, Juliet The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-2-1996
Galloway, L. P. At Louisville Saturday, L. P. Galloway, his wife, 10-year-old daughter and 8-year-old son of that city, were poisoned by eating hash. Their recovery is doubtful.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 11, 1897

Galloway, Mrs. Alice Moreland The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-19-1949
Galloway, Mrs. Amelia Allison The Winchester Sun Thur., 1-18, 1-19-1968
Galloway, Mrs. Elizabeth Ingels The Winchester Sun Sat., 4-5-1986
Galloway, Mrs. Gertrude Johnson The Winchester Sun Fri., 7-21-1995
Galloway, Mrs. Pauline Owen The Winchester Sun Fri., 3-24-1961
Galloway, Mrs. Sarah F. The Winchester Sun     Sat., 7-15-1933
Galloway, Point The Winchester Sun Mon., 11-29-1915
Galloway, Roy C. Jr. The Winchester Sun Fri., 6-5-1998
Galloway, Roy C. Sr. The Winchester Sun Wed., 8-23-1972
Galloway, Roy Clark IV The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-16, 1-19-1998
Galmer, Mrs. Martha The Winchester Sun Wed., 3-26-1958
Galt, John W. Contractor Galt Dead.

Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 9.—John W. Galt, a well known contractor and capitalist, died at his home Tuesday morning. He was well known in Covington and Cincinnati.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 15, 1898

Galvin, Archie The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-12-1994
Galvin, Michael The Winchester Sun Fri., 6-26-1936
Galvin, Thomas Age 60, male, he was a widower, he was born in Ireland, parents unknown, he lived in Clark County, KY, he worked on the Rail Road, he died August 7, 1857 of abscess in Clark County, KY.

CCKD

Galvin, William Wm. T. Adams received a telegram Wednesday announcing the death at Lebenon, Indiana of William Galvin, the father of Mrs. Adams, at the advanced age of eighty years. Mr. and Mrs. Adams left yesterday to attend the funeral.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Jan. 6, 1899

Gambel, Mrs. Charlie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-11-1926
Gambel, Mrs. H. H. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-18-1922
Gambell, Jasper The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-3-1920
Gambill, Mrs. Mary E. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-9-1932
Gamble, Charles Richard (Dick) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-13, 1-15, 1-17-2003
Gamble, James The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-26-1957
Gamble, Lloyd D. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-15-1958
Gamble, Marvin The Winchester Sun     Thur., 2-13-1936
Gamble, Mrs. Dona Dale Brooks The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-10-2004
Gamble, Okey The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-10-1928
Gambler, man                         AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-16-1917
Gamblin, Floyd The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-20-1921
Gambo, William On the motion of James Alridge who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of William Gambo dec. giving security whereupon he together with James Rutledge and Gunerson Rippy entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $800 conditioned as the law directs. Mrs. Eda Gambo the widow being present in court and consenting thereto.

Order Book 11; P. 214; August Court 1843

 

Inventory and appraisement of the estate of William Gambo dec. was produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 290; August Court 1844

 

Amount of sales of the estate of William Gambo dec. was produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 290; August Court 1844

Gamboe W. T. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-5-1917
Gamboe, A. J. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-24, 10-25-2005
Gamboe, Albert The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-10-1919
Gamboe, Billy Ray The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-5-1993
Gamboe, Clifton The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-6, 6-7-1945
Gamboe, Clifton Turner The Sun Sentinel Thur., 1-26-1911
Gamboe, E. C. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-27, 5-28-1948
Gamboe, Ernest The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-7-1980
Gamboe, Floyd The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-4-1985
Gamboe, Fred The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-18-1980
Gamboe, Green Berry DIED-Monday of heart disease, at his home in this county, Green Berry Gamboe, aged sixty-eight years.   Buried the next day in the family graveyard.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 6, 1894.

Gamboe, Hanson The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-24, 10-16-1921
Gamboe, Homer Pharis The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-16, 12-17-1977
Gamboe, infant The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-1-1921
Gamboe, James Phillip The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-23-1977
Gamboe, Jas. Clifton Died

At his home, near this city, Monday evening, Jas. Clifton Gamboe, aged about twenty-five years, of consumption. Funeral at the residence of Clifton Gamboe Wednesday, by Eld. J. W. Harding and burial at the family graveyard. He leaves a wife, formerly Miss Ida Watts, but no children.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Jan. 26, 1900

Gamboe, John F. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-11, 8-12-1947
Gamboe, Mrs. Amanda The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-7-1929
Gamboe, Mrs. Annettie Fitch The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-20-1935
Gamboe, Mrs. Annie Tolin The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-3, 1-4-1979
Gamboe, Mrs. Clara Brandenburg The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-29-1975
Gamboe, Mrs. Clifton Locknane

Died, at her home near here, Sept. 29th, Mrs. Clifton Gamboe, aged twenty-nine years.   Funeral services at the residence by Rev. J. W. Harding and burial in the family burial ground. She leaves a husband and three children to mourn her loss.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Oct. 11, 1901

Gamboe, Mrs. Cordie Ballard The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-1-1965
Gamboe, Mrs. Elizabeth Deaths

Mrs. Elizabeth Gamboe, widow of the late Green B. Gamboe, died Sunday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Arnold Sams, who lives at the old homestead in this county.   The funeral took place there Monday morning, with services by Eld. M. F. Lowery, and the remains were buried in the family graveyard. Mrs. Gamboe was seventy years old and one of the best women in the county.   Besides Mrs. Sams another daughter, Mrs. Mollie Patton, of this city, survives.

The Sun Sentinel   Thur., Dec. 3, 1903

Gamboe, Mrs. Etta Watts The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-11, 4-14-1938
Gamboe, Mrs. Fannie Died-At Lexington yesterday morning of pneumonia, Mrs. Fannie Gamboe, aged about forty years. She was the wife of W.T. Gamboe and leaves a husband and four sons. She was a daughter of the late James Adams and the remains will be interred in the family burying ground near Pinchem today beside her mother who was buried ten days ago.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, January 3, 1896

Gamboe, Mrs. Floyd The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-12-1960
Gamboe, Mrs. Frances Waller The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-14-1983
Gamboe, Mrs. Hannah The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-2-1972
Gamboe, Mrs. Ida The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-27-1917
Gamboe, Mrs. Lucy The Sun Sentinel Thur., 12-14-1911
Gamboe, Mrs. Maria Died

At her home in the county Wednesday night, Mrs. Maria Gamboe, wife of Clifton Gamboe.   Funeral at the family residence, conducted by Rev. Wm. Rupard and burial in the family graveyard. She was a native of the county and before her marriage was Miss Bledsoe. She was a good woman and will be sadly missed.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., July 7, 1899

Gamboe, Mrs. Nancy Maria Will Probated

The will of Mrs. Nancy Maria Gamboe was admitted to probate. She leaves all her property to her four grandsons, the children of W. T. Gamboe, who is named executor.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., July 28, 1899

Gamboe, Mrs. Pacie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-14, 12-15-1943
Gamboe, Mrs. Stella The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-7-1976
Gamboe, Mrs. Stella Parido The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-15-1955
Gamboe, Olive Age 5 months, female, she was born in Clark County, KY, her parents were Samuel and Amanda Gamboe, she died in Clark County, KY, February 14, 1861 of pneumonia.

CCKD

Gamboe, Robert The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-24, 10-16-1921
Gamboe, Rodney P. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-19, 5-20, 5-21-1953
Gamboe, Samuel N. Death of S. N. Gamboe

Samuel N. Gamboe died Tuesday night at his home Southeast of this city after a lingering illness of a complication of diseases, aged about sixty-five years. The funeral and burial were at the family residence, the services being conducted by Elds. J. W. Harding and M. P. Lowry.

He leaves a wife formerly Miss Amanda Ogden, one daughter, Mrs. Irvine Hays, and five sons, John, Rev. W. S., Clifton, Rodney and Walter.

He was one of our very   best citizens and for a great many years had been an officer in Antioch Christian Church.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 4, 1898

 

County Court Items

Amanda Gamboe qualified as executrix of S. N. Gamboe with J. M. Aldridge. Sam Ballard and Jas. Fox appraisers of the estate.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, April 5, 1898

 

Will Book 2, page 238

Dated: December 10, 1891

Recorded: March 28, 1898

Gamboe, Thomas The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-7-1981
Gamboe, Walter The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-24-1947
Gamboe, William The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-13, 11-14, 11-15-1913
Gamboe, William Robert The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-13, 11-15-1971
Gambon, Thomas F. Died Of Heart Failure

Louisville, Ky., Dec. 12

Rt. Rev. Thomas F. Gambon, rector of St. Patrick’s Catholic church in this city, and vicar general and chancellor of the diocese of Louisville, died suddenly at his home here, from heart failure.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Dec. 17, 1901

Gambrel, Green The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-24-1927
Gambrel, Jesse D. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-30-2006
Gambrel, Mrs. Sandra Ann

Young

The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-5-1991
Gambrel, Wan The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-27-1928
Games, John H. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-14-1925

Games, Mildred Ann

Montgomery; Died, Mrs. Mildred Ann Games, aged 80 years of inflammation of the bowels.

The Democrat   Wednesday, May 8, 1889

Ganant, John Indicted For Murder

Middlesboro, Ky.,   June 20

Henry Cummings, who shot and killed John Ganant at the mining camp near here a few months ago, was indicted for murder in the first degree.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., June 26, 1900

Ganden, Mrs. Arthur Ganden’s case continued

LaGrange, Ky., March 26 – The trial of Arthur Ganden, charged with the murder of his wife at Pewee Valley, was called in the circuit court here. A jury was being impaneled when Judge J.S. Morris, chief counsel for the defense was taken suddenly ill, necessitating a continuance of the trial till the June term of this court.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, March 27, 1896

Ganes, Richard (Dick)         AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-31-1928
Gannon, Clayborne The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-9-1918
Gannon, Elizabeth The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-17-1935
Gannon, John Died—At the home of his daughter, Mrs. John P. Conway, in this city, Monday, May 23rd, after a long illness, Mr. John Gannon, aged seventy-four years. Mr. Gannon had been an invalid for a number of years, the result of a fall and on Saturday last week was stricken with paralysis from which he never regained consciousness. Mr. Gannon was born in Ireland but had resided in this and Bourbon counties for many years. He was a man of modest, unassuming manner and strictest integrity, and had many friends who will hear with regret of his death. His funeral was held at St. Joseph’s Church Wednesday morning, with services by Rev. W. B. Ryan and the remains were taken to Paris for interment. He leaves two daughters, Mrs. John P. Conway and Miss Lizzie Gannon, both of this city.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 27, 1898

Gannon, Mary Deaths

Miss Mary Gannon died at her home in Bellevue Thursday after a long illness. The remains were brought to Paris Saturday and interred in the Catholic cemetery at that place. Deceased was a cousin of Mrs. John P. Conway of this city.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., April 14, 1903

Gannon, Mrs. Jennie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-11, 2-24-1914
Gannon, Mrs. Sophronia Cracraft The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-4-2002
Gannon, Ora Gannon

Miss Ora Gannon, daughter of Samuel Gannon, of this city, died on Monday of consumption. The remains were interred at the Winchester cemetery at 2 o’clock Tuesday afternoon.

The Winchester Sun-Sentinel Thursday, November, 14, 1907

Gannon, Roger Roger Gannon died at his home in Fayette County, near the Clark and Bourbon county line, Monday night, aged eighty years. He was a prominent and wealthy farmer and well known in this county. He was an uncle of Mrs. John P. Conway, of this city, and a brother of John Gannon, who died here recently. The remains were buried at Lexington Thursday.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Jan. 6, 1899

 

James C. McDonald, auctioneer, reports the sale of Roger Gannon’s executors Tuesday near Avon, Fayette county, as quite successful, both in attendance and prices realized.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., March 7, 1899

Gannon, Roger Murdered in Oklahoma

Roger Gannon, aged thirty-two years, and a butcher, was found Sunday on the top of a fourteen story building in Oklahoma City with a rope tightly twisted about his neck, showing that he had been murdered. There is no clue to the murderer whose motives are not known. He was raised near Avon, Fayette county, was a son of the late Roger Gannon and well known in this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, November 9, 1909

Gano, Daniel Died At The Age Of 82 years

Georgetown, Ky., Aug. 11

Word was received here Monday night of the death in Scott county of “Uncle” Daniel Gano, a highly respected citizen and planter. He was 82 years old and a brother of “Aunt” Polly Cobb, of Indiana, aged 101, and grandmother of William Jennings Bryan.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Aug. 14, 1903

Gano, John A. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-11-1938
Gano, Mrs. Mattie Died—Mrs. Mattie Gano, wife of Gen. R. M. Gano, died the past week in Dallas, Texas.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 1, 1895

Ganon, son Mooresville

The infant son of Sam Ganon died Feb. 29, of pneumonia. The bereaved family have our deepest sympathy.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., March 3, 1904

Gans, Jose Five Lives Lost in the Flood.

St. Louis, Mo., April 22.—A special to the Post-Dispatch from Nashville, Tenn., says: Five lives have been lost in the flooded lands of Lake county. A skiff was upset, causing the drowning of Jose Gans and his entire family—wife, two sons and a daughter.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 23, 1897

Gantineau, John M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-26, 3-1-1926
Garber, Dean David The Winchester Sun Fri., 4-24, 4-25, 4-27-2009
Garber, Harry H. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-5-1979
Garber, Mrs. Emma Smith The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-12-1934
Garber, Mrs. Sarah Jane Cross The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-27, 1-30-1978
Garber, U. E. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-28-1953
Garchia, Mrs. Addie Haggard The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-11, 5-12-1949
Garcia, Luis A. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-7-2009
Garder, Joseph No section of the State can show a sadder official record than death has made in Eastern Kentucky within less than twenty years. First, Judge John M. Elliott, of the Court of Appeals, fell dead on our streets at the hands of an assassin, afterwards sentenced to death and later declared insane.   Judge Richard Reid, of Mt. Sterling, of the Superior Court, died by his own hand. Senators Joseph Garder, R. M. Pieratt and James S. Hargis died while in the performance of their official duties. Congressman W. P. Taulbee was killed in Washington; Judge Van B. Young, of the Superior Court, was scarcely at rest in the grave before Congressman J. W. Kendall followed him. It is a mournful record, which all will hope may never be repeated elsewhere.—-Frankfort Capital.

The Winchester Democrat   Wednesday March 16, 1892

Gardette, Mrs. Dora Strode The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-9-1931
Gardiner, Mrs. Anna Died in the Schoolroom

Barbourville, Ky., Nov. 14—While hearing a recitation Wednesday morning Mrs. Anna Gardiner, a teacher in Union college, was suddenly stricken with heart disease. She fell unconscious and died almost instantly. Mrs. Gardiner’s home was in Hardinsburg, Ky., where the remains will be taken for burial.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, November 15, 1895

Gardiner, Mrs. Josephine Johnson The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-11, 1-13-1997
Gardner, Anita B. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-3-1986
Gardner, Ben W. Death Of B. W. Gardner

Ben W. Gardner died last week at his home in Eminence, of consumption, aged forty-three years.   He formerly lived here where he was a contractor and builder. His wife who was Miss Berry before her marriage, survives him; he also leaves a number of children. Both he and his wife have a number of relatives in this section.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 13, 1903

Gardner, C. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-30-1961
Gardner, Charles M. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-16-1924
Gardner, Charles W. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-29-1990
Gardner, Chester The Winchester Sun Fri., 8-1-1913
Gardner, Clarence The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-28-1922
Gardner, Clarence The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-17, 6-2-1923
Gardner, D. W. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-27-1925
Gardner, D. W. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-3-1931
Gardner, Edna The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-6-1922
Gardner, Fred Clay The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-21-1965
Gardner, George The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-14-1931
Gardner, George                    AA The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-16-1921
Gardner, H. M. H. M. Gardner administrator vs. Jones Finnell

…..Demurer filed….

Order Book 17; P. 109; November Court 1878

 

H. M. Gardner administrator vs. Jones Finnell & co.

…defendant files an amendment, amendment not allowed….

Order Book 17; P. 113; November Court 1878

 

H. M. Gardner administrator vs. Jones Finnell & co.

….jury finds for plaintiff…defendant to pay….

Order Book 17; P. 129; November Court 1878

 

H. M. Gardner administrator vs. Jones Finnell & co.

…defendants assignment of errors, schedule and appeal bond filed….noted of record.

Order Book 17; P. 178; May Court 1879

Gardner, Harry Earl The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-19-1991
Gardner, infant daughter Died—On Saturday morning, the infant daughter of Mr. And Mrs. W. H. Gardner, one of the twins.   Funeral services from the house on Monday afternoon, conducted by Revs. Taylor and Stewart.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 7-17-1889

Gardner, J. H. J. H. Gardner administrator vs. Jonas Finnell

….mandate of the court of appeals reversing the judgment herein….

Order Book 17; P. 540; May Court 1881

 

J. H. Gardner administrator vs. John Finnell & co.

Defendant filed a notice…..re docket this cause….

Order Book 17; P. 591; May Court 1881

 

Jonas Finnell vs. J. H. Gardner administrator

….ordered that plaintiff Jonas Finnell recover from defendant H. W. Gardner as administrator of J. H. Gardner decd. to be levied of the assets of said intestate the sum…

Order Book 18; P. 16; November Court 1881

Gardner, John Will Book 1, Page 17

Dated: June 25, 1847

Recorded: December, 1856 and January 12, 1857

 

Wife                    Nancy                  Executor (s): Elias Gardner and John Dunlap Gay

Son                      Elias                       Witnessed by: Thomas Sudduth, James Hall, Thomas

Son                                         Harry                                                                         Warren

Daughter                               Edy

Daughter                               Matilda Dean

Daughter                               Katy Gay

Son (deceased)                     Wesley Gardner

Grand-child                           William John Dunlap

Grand-child                           Mary Elizabeth

Grand-child                           James

Grand-child                           Nancy Noland Gardner

Slave                                      Dolly

Slave                                      Jo

Slave                                      Amanda

Slave                                      Aby

Child of Slave Amanda                     Ann

Child of Slave Amanda                     Emily

Child of Slave Amanda                     Martin

Child of Slave Amanda                     Mary

Son-in-law                                             John Dunlap Gay

Gardner, John Thomson’s Station Items-Died-On the morning of the 16th inst., of consumption, Jno. Gardner, in the twentieth year of his age. He was a son of William Gardner.

The Clark County Democrat     Wed., 5-18-1881

Gardner, John H. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-22, 1-23-1947
Gardner, John L. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-16-1970
Gardner, John Parker The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-23-1965
Gardner, Lida E. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-12-1920
Gardner, Linwood J. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-8-1927
Gardner, Lucy Blakemore The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-27-1978
Gardner, Matthew Hood (Matt) The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-23-1934
Gardner, Mrs. Belle Rucker The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-24-1959
Gardner, Mrs. Bessie Bush The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-5-1983
Gardner, Mrs. Dee Gordon The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-30-1922
Gardner, Mrs. John H. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-6-1966
Gardner, Mrs. Joseph The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-2-1926
Gardner, Mrs. Kate Henderson The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-10-1934
Gardner, Mrs. Lettie Stone The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-30-1972
Gardner, Mrs. Lillie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-28-1942
Gardner, Mrs. Lillie Hall The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-30-1973
Gardner, Mrs. Lizzie Turner The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-23-1957
Gardner, Mrs. Mary A. Death of Mrs. Gardner. – Mrs. Mary A. Gardner died Saturday of Kidney trouble at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. James H. Scott, aged 81 years. The funeral was preached at the family residence yesterday morning by Revs. H. G. Henderson and J. W. Fitch and the remains were interred in the Winchester Cemetery. She was the widow of the late Thos. Gardner, and before her marriage was Miss Ramsey. She leaves one son, Thos. Gardner, of Fayette county, and two daughters, Mrs. Jas. H. Scott and Mrs. S. B. Redmon, both of this county. She was a lady of strong Christian character and was much liked by her many acquaintances.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday July 27, 1897

 

County Court Items.

J. H. Scott appointed administrator of Mary A. Gardner, with W. H. Gardner, J. W. Poynter and will Miller appraisers of the estate.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 20, 1897.

Gardner, Mrs. Mary Frances

Conner

The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-5-2002
Gardner, Mrs. Mary Turner The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-14-1957
Gardner, Mrs. Mollie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-8-1983
Gardner, Mrs. Myrtle Williams The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-15-1917
Gardner, Mrs. Nancy Blakemore The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-5-1966
Gardner, Mrs. Nancy Miller Poe The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-6-1985
Gardner, Noel The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-25-1937
Gardner, Olivia Clay The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-19-1955
Gardner, Oscar Oscar Gardner, formerly of Paris, who was formerly living with his uncle, C.M. Gardner, was shot and instantly killed by Russel Coy Monday while out hunting.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, January 8, 1909

Gardner, Robert B. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-23-1998
Gardner, Roy Lee The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-28-2003
Gardner, Sarah Died—in Louisville, Sarah, infant daughter of W. B. Gardner, recently of this city.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 8, 1890

Gardner, Thomas Death of Mrs. Gardner. – Mrs. Mary A. Gardner died Saturday of Kidney trouble at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. James H. Scott, aged 81 years. The funeral was preached at the family residence yesterday morning by Revs. H. G. Henderson and J. W. Fitch and the remains were interred in the Winchester Cemetery. She was the widow of the late Thos. Gardner, and before her marriage was Miss Ramsey. She leaves one son, Thos. Gardner, of Fayette county, and two daughters, Mrs. Jas. H. Scott and Mrs. S. B. Redmon, both of this county. She was a lady of strong Christian character and was much liked by her many acquaintances.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday July 27, 1897

 

Will Book 1, Page 442

Dated: March 10, 1884

Recorded: October 27, 1884

Gardner, Thomas G. Ex-Sheriff Woodson McChord, of this city, has been appointed a Commissioner in the Fayette Circuit court to divide the land of the late David H. James and Thos. G. Gardner, three tracts of which are situated in Fayette and two in this county.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thursday, January 9, 1908

 

Appointed commissioner

Woodson McCord has been appointed by the Fayette Circuit court a Commissioner to assist in the division of the lands of the late Thomas Gardner and David James. Part of the land is in this county and part in Fayette.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, January 10, 1908

Gardner, Thomas R. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-19-1942
Gardner, Will The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-15-1913
Gardner, William W. On the motion of Thomas Gardner Sr. who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate of administration is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of William Gardner dec. widow waiving all right of dower who made oath thereto as the law directs giving security whereupon he together with John Martin Jr. entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $1000 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 10; P. 190; August Court 1834

 

Ordered that James Hally, Pheneas Thurman, James Collins and Thomas Morr or any 3 of them being first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves if any and personal estate of William Gardner and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 10; P. 190; August Court 1834

 

Inventory of the estate of William Gardner dec. was produced in court and ordered to be   recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 197; October Court 1834

 

Amount of sales of the estate of William Gardner dec. was produced in court and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 197; October Court 1834

 

Settlement with Thomas Gardner administrator of the estate William W. Gardner dec. was produced in Court approved and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 251; October Court 1835

 

Ordered that Thomas Gardner be appointed guardian to Amanda Gardner infant orphan of William Gardner dec. giving security whereupon he together with John Morton entered into and acknowledged their bond of $550 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 10; P. 268; November Court 1835

Gardner, William Wallace The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-25, 8-26-1971
Garey, Mrs. Maude Parrish The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-6-1940
Garis, Conrad Col. Garis, who commanded the Federal forces at Cynthiana which were captured by Morgan’s Cavalry in 1864, and who was wounded during the engagement, died last week from the ultimate effects of the wounds.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 11-27-1889

Garis, John The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-16, 2-17-2001
Garis, Mrs. Mary Christina The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-12, 12-13-2002
Garl, Thomas Dropped Dead

Thomas Garl, of Montgomery county, dropped dead Thursday morning while loading a crop of tobacco.   He was about seventy-five years of age and was a good citizen. He owned a farm in Bath county and leaves a large family. Heart disease was the cause of his death.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 10, 1899

Garland, Daniel Beckham The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-31-1987
Garland, David The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-20-1920
Garland, Edgar D. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-4-1961
Garland, John The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-29-1932
Garland, Mrs. _______ Miss Minnie Hayes was in Lexington yesterday to attend the funeral of her Aunt, Mrs. Garland.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., April 28, 1904

Garland, Mrs. Della Mae Sams The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-19-1971
Garland, Mrs. Jean Redding The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-2, 2-3-2006
Garland, Mrs. Ruby Blanding

Dykes

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-21, 4-22-1997
Garland, Richard Died—Richard Garland, a prominent politician and citizen of Lexington, died in that city Thursday night of inflammatory rheumatism. Interment Sunday morning. Mr. Garland was a brother-in-law of Mrs. S. S. Hayes, of this city.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 14, 1897

 

The Operation Proved Fatal

Lexington, Ky., Dec. 10.—Richard Garland, aged 57, a member of the city council from the Second ward, died Thursday as the result of an operation performed Wednesday.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 14, 1897

Garland, William Tramp Killed By A Train

Shelbyville, Ky., Nov. 1

William Garland, a tramp, was run down and killed by a C. and O. freight between Bagdad and Hatton stations in Shelby county. A letter from his mother was found on his person dated at Guthrie, Ky., in August.   This was the only clew to his identinty.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Nov. 5, 1901

Garner, Allen The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-26-1950
Garner, Chas. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-4-1913
Garner, Clementine Death of Miss Clementine Garner

Miss Clementine Garner, one of the oldest and most respected ladies of our city, died Tuesday at the home of her niece, Mrs. D. T. Buckner, after a long illness. For forty days she had taken no nourishment and during her long illness she suffered no pain. The remains were buried in the Winchester cemetery Wednesday, services at the grave by Rev. W. H. McGee. The deceased was about 81 years old.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, September 3, 1897

 

Will Book 2, Page 224

Dated: August 17, 1897

Recorded: September 27, 1897

Garner, James Died

In this city, Tuesday, January 9th, of a complication of diseases, James Garner, age about sixty years. The remains were buried the following day in the Winchester cemetery with service at the grave by Rev. G. H. Means.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Jan. 12, 1900

Garner, James Fielding A. Combs came personally into court and refused to qualify as executor of the last will and testament of James Garner dec.

Order Book 10; P. 244; August Court 1835

Garner, James Douglas The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-6, 11-8-1982
Garner, Jane The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-24-1937
Garner, John E. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-13, 1-14-1941
Garner, Joseph The last will and testament of Joseph Garner dec. was produced in open court and proven according to law by the oath of Charles Hazelrigg and Caleb Flynn witnesses thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 241; July Court 1835

 

On the motion of Septimus Scholl who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Joseph Garner dec. with his will annexed in due form giving security whereupon he together with Silas Evans entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $1000 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 10; P. 246; August Court 1835

 

Ordered that John Hisle, Anderson Johns, David Haggard and James Muir or any three of them being first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves if any and personal estate of James Garner dec. and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 10; P. 247; August Court 1835

 

Leonard Beall vs. George Thomas Exec.

………..that the defendant Martin W. Mize out of funds ……. in his hands pay Leonard Beall …………date of Leonard Bealls amended petition against Elizabeth Thomas …………..George Thomas exec. against Owen Thomas …consolidated with the suit of George Thomas exec suit against Hisle’s Heirs ……..Joseph Garner’s heirs against Thomas George……..

Order Book 9; P. 616; May Court 1858

Garner, Mathew The Winchester Sun Sat., 5-4-1912
Garner, Mrs. Alan Crutcher The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-5, 3-6-1971
Garner, Mrs. Ella Stapleton The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-7-1916
Garner, Mrs. Irene               AA The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-6, 6-7-1928
Garner, Mrs. John E. The Winchester Sun   Thur. 1-26-1933
Garner, Mrs. Princess E. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-25-1972
Garner, Mrs. Rachel R. Death Of Mrs. Garner

Mrs. Rachel Garner died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carrie Buckner, Tuesday, aged eighty-four years. The remains were buried in the Winchester cemetery, funeral services being conducted by Revs. Rector Savage and George H. Means.

She leaves two sons, William H. Garner and John E. Garner, and two daughters, Mrs. Carrie Buckner and Mrs. Alice Sutherland. The deceased had lived a long and useful life and leaves many friends to regret her death.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Oct. 10, 1902

 

Mrs. Rachel R. Garner.

Mrs. Rachel R. Garner, of Winchester, Ky., died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carrie Buckner, of that place, on the 7th of October, 1902. Mrs. Garner was born on the Swannanoa, now Biltmore, on the 2nd day of June, 1820, the daughter of Capt. Thomas and Mrs. Ora Foster and that was the last survivor of eleven children. She was the aunt of the late Mrs. H. E. Sondley and great aunt of Capt. J. E. Ray, Mrs. G. M. Roberts, Col. J. M. Ray, Mrs. Dr. Millard, Foster A. Sondley and Miss Nannie Alexander. Her father, Capt. Theo Foster, was one of the pioneers of Western Carolina and while not in the modern sense a politician was a prominent citizen and represented his county a number of times in the legislature; was in the lower house in 1809, 12-13-14, and in the Senate in 1817 and 1819. He built the first direct road from Asheville to his home (now Biltmore) and ‘tis said the first bridge across any stream of any size—that across the Swannanoa very near the present bridge at Biltmore. His place was one of the noted stock-stands and public houses between Greenville, Tenn., and Greenville, S. C., and singularly two other of the most noted stands on the road were established by his son-in-law, George Alexander, just beyond Cooper, and Col. James Alexander on French Broad, now known as Alexander. Bishop Asbury, one of the pioneer Methodist preachers of this country and founder of Methodism in Western North Carolina, mentions frequently in his diary Capt. Foster and Col. Alexander, Capt. Foster and his wife, Ora, lie buried in Newton Academy cemetery, which ground was donated by his brother.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 21, 1902

Garner, Mrs. Sarah Jane The Winchester Sun     Tues., 9-20, 9-21-1932
Garner, Mrs. Virginia Broadus The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-19-1974
Garner, Mrs. W. H. Clark County Republican Fri. 7-14-1916

The Semi-Weekly Sun 7-7-1916

Garner, Parker                     AA Killed By The Train

Parker Garner, a negro, who lived at Pine Grove, and worked with the crew on the C. & O. road which has been engaged for some time in filling the tres ties on that road.

Sunday morning at an early hour he got on an extra freight train somewhere east of this city to ride home. The train did not stop at Pine Grove and it is supposed he jumped off. He fell beneath the wheels and was literally ground to pieces.

Coroner Wills was notified and summoned a jury composed of J. H. Grierson, D. W. Scott, J. P. Baber, R. J. Devary, Jas. A. Stevenson and M. W. Vice, who brought in a verdict in accordance with the foregoing facts.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., July 2, 1901

Garner, Rodney                     AA Rodney Garner, colored, was found dead in a wretched hovel in Poynterville Friday. He was comparatively a young man, but had been sick for a long time and had been neglected until death was evidently a relief. Coroner Alexander summoned the following jury, who decided he died from natural causes: J. L. Bosley, Butler Robinson, J. W. Oliver, J. T. Luman, John T. Jones, Jr., W. L. Sudduth.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, February 28, 1894

Garner, Roland The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-13-1935
Garner, Valentine The Will of Miss Valentine Garner probated.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, October 1, 1897

Garner, William Special Commissioner James H. French having filed his report on the sale of land and property ordered at previous court.

Rachel Garner widow of William Garner elects to take her dower in real estate. Master Commissioner ordered to value said dower and make report.

Order Book 16; P. 120; May Court 1875

 

Commissioner James H. French ordered to pay dower and 10 cents on the dollar to all other creditors of said William Garner decd. L. Hathaway, master commissioner to take of additional claims against said estate and cause is continued.

Order Book 16; P. 212 – 213; November Court 1875

 

James H. French vs. Rachel Garner

Ordered that special commissioner James H. French pay creditors of the estate of William Garner.   Make settlement and action continued.

Order Book 16; P. 257; May Court 1876

 

Master Commissioner L. Hathaway report recorded, settlement approved.

Order Book 16; P. 462; May Court 1877

 

Mrs. Rachel Garner, of Winchester, is a guest of her son-in-law, Capt. D. L. Cook. Mrs. Garner is the widow of Wm. Garner, well known to many of our farmers as a great cattle dealer.—Paris Kentuckian.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 20, 1898

Garner, William The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-14-1978
Garner, William H. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-2, 10-4-1937
Garner, William Walter The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-22-1978
Garners, Sam Bourbon; Dee Arnold, formerly of Paris, but now of California, shot and killed Sam Garners, a wealthy broker of Colusa, for circulating slanderous reports concerning Mrs. Arnold.

The Democrat, Wednesday, February 12, 1890.

Garnett, Ben                           AA Negro Murdered

Shelbyville, Ky., March 7

Ben Garnett, colored, was murdered near the Southern railway. Milt Oliver, a Negro, is in jail, charged with the murder.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., March 14, 1899

Garnett, George

 

 

A Youthful Criminal

Wade Kindred, aged nine years was arrested in Madison county and lodged in jail on a charge of murder. He is accused of helping his father, B. M. Kindred kill George Garnett.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., July 9, 1901

 

Acquitted Of The Charge

Richmond, Ky., July 19

B.M. Kindred and his son Wade, charged with killing George Garrett, July 4, were acquitted. The two went from the courtroom out to the street fair and were soon busy with the merry-go -round and midway

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., July 23, 1901

Garnett, Jas. Drowning At Cynthiana

Cynthiana, Ky., March 17

As Jas. Garnett, 15-year-old son of John Garnett, was driving to his home his horse became frightened, ran over the abutment of a bridge and Garnett became entangled under the horse and was drowned.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., March 20, 1903

Garnett, John M. Sr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-8-1974
Garnett, Mark The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-30-1928
Garnett, Mrs. Cass Cass Garnett, a prosperous farmer living near Cynthiana, on returning from his work in the field found his wife lying on the floor and thought she had fainted, but an examination showed the skull had been crushed by some blunt instrument and she was dead. It was thought the deed was committed by tramps.

The Democrat, Wednesday, April 16, 1890

 

Cass Garnett’s wife, skull crushed, near Cynthiana.

The Semi-Weekly Sun   4-16-1890

Garnett, Mrs. Edna Barnhill The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-12-1989
Garnett, Mrs. Hettie Stewart The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-15-1929
Garnett, Mrs. Lucy Mother Was Drowned

Hopkinsville, Ky., June 2

Mrs. Lucy Garnett of Herndon, and child were crossing a swollen stream just after a hard rain, when the child fell in the water. The woman plunged in after it and was drowned. The child was rescued.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., June 5, 1903

Garnett, Porter Barnhill The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-9-2004
Garnett, W. H. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-19-1919
Garnette, child Whitesburg – At Big Cowan creek the 2-year-old child of Thomas Day turned a kettle of boiling water over on it, fatally scalding it. At Line Fork the 4-year-old daughter of Jonah Garnette was fatally burned by its clothes catching fire.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, November 18, 1910

Garr, Joseph Albert Walter Acquitted

Louisville, Ky., Feb. 21

Albert Walter, charged with having murdered Joseph Garr and thrown his body into the river August 4, was acquitted in the criminal court. Mrs. William King testified that Walter had confessed to her that he committed the crime.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Feb. 23, 1906

Garrard, Anaya Monea The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-12, 10-15-1999
Garrard, Andrew Died-Mr. Andrew Garrard, died at his home near Wyoming, Bath county, last week. He was descended from the same family as Gov. Garrard of this State and his wife was related to President Zacharia Taylor.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, March 27, 1894.

Garrard, Charles Edward The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-4, 3-5, 3-6-1992
Garrard, Chester Arthur Sr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-13, 12-15, 12-16-1999
Garrard, Edward Gibson The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-17-1941
Garrard, infant daughter Died

The infant daughter of Dr. F. P. Garrard and wife, of Cynthiana, died Thursday and was brought to this city for burial Friday.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 22, 1901

Garrard, James The Winchester Sun     Thur., 1-23-1936
Garrard, James H. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-28-1932
Garrard, James K. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-28, 3-29-1974
Garrard, Jas. C. Col. Jas. C. Garrard died last week at his residence near Boyd Station of softening of the brain, aged 69 years. He was a descendant of Gov. Garrard, and the father of Dr. Frank P. Garrard, of this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Wednesday 11-6-1889

Garrard, Jeff ( ?) Logan & Garrard vs. Joseph Risk

The death of Jeff (?) Garrard is suggested.

Order Book 14; P. 384; May Court 1872

Garrard, Mary McDowell The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-16-1979
Garrard, Mrs. Anna Pearl The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-20-2010
Garrard, Mrs. Betty Sue The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-30, 2-1-2001
Garrard, Mrs. Imogene The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-11, 6-12-2002
Garrard, Mrs. Margaret

McDowell

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-7-1942
Garrard, Mrs. Nell McDowell The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-27, 6-28-1932
Garrard, Nettie Died—of scrofula, Nettie, the eight year old daughter of Frank Garrard, of Kiddville. Burial at the family graveyard with funeral services by Rev. J. H. Williams.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 8, 1890

Garrard, Robert C. Sr. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-17, 1-18, 1-19-2008
Garrard, son Card Of Thanks

The Garrard family wishes to thank the many friends and neighbors who were so kind at the time of the death of our son and brother. We thank Rev. C. R. Williams for his consoling words, Mrs. Ruth Johnson and Mrs. Nettie Morris for their solos, donors of flowers, cards, telegrams and cars. We especially thank Haggard and Son Funeral Home for their efficient services. May God bless you.

Mr. and Mrs. James M. Garrard, and Family.

THE WINCHESTER SUN. FRI. 8/12/1955

Garrard, T. T. Deaths.

Gen. T. T. Garrard, one of the most noted men of the mountains, died at his home in Clay county, Wednesday. He was a grandson of Gov. Garrard, one of Kentucky’s first Governors. Gen. Garrard was an officer in the Mexican War and a Federal General in the Civil War. He was the patriarch of the Garrard side in the famous Clay County feuds but had long hoped to see permanent peace established.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, March 18, 1902

 

London, Ky., March 16.—News was received here Friday of the death of Gen. T. T. Garrard at his home near Manchester. Gen. Garrard was a grandson of Gov. Garrard, the second governor of Kentucky. He served as an officer in the Mexican War and as brigadier general in the federal army during the Civil War. Among his children is Maj. Joseph Garrard, of the regular army. Gen. Garrard lived on a farm given his ancestors by Virginia patent and conducted the tedious works. He was the patriarch of the Garrard tribe of feudists, but the hope of his life was to see permanent peace established.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 21, 1902

Garrard, Theophielous Taulmien The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-19-1975
Garrard, Toleman (Johnny) The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-6, 1-7-1998
Garrard, William The Winchester Sun     Thur., 1-23-1936
Garrard, William David The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-29-1955
Garrard, William T. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-21-1928
Garrard, Wilson Coburn Died in Illinois

Wilson Coburn Garrard, for eighteen years Secretary of the Illinois State Board of Agriculture, and formerly a resident of Maysville, died at his home in Springfield last week. His grandfather, Wilson Garrard, was formerly Governor of Kentucky.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, July 28, 1908

Garrell, Charles Lynwood

(Squirrel)

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-2-1993
Garrell, Mrs. Mary Lou Hurst The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-22-2000
Garrett, _______ Jonh Reece, of McKee, stabbed to death George Garrett and fatally cut his brother.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 17, 1897

Garrett, Arthur                     AA Negro Fatally Hurt in a Fight.

Owensboro, Ky., March 24.—Arthur Garrett, a Negro, lies in a dying condition, the result of being shot three times by Roy Negley in a row that occurred in front of the Fourth Street Colored Baptist church.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 28, 1902

Garrett, Beverly Ann The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-19-1953
Garrett, C. C. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-22-1918
Garrett, C. C. C. C. Garrett assignee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

…..master to ascertain the amount of C. C. Garrett’s indebtedness and to whom…

Order Book 17; P. 2; May Court 1878

 

C. C. Garrett Trustees vs. C. C. Garrett creditors & co.

Plaintiff to furnish additional securities on their bond…

Order Book 17; P. 108; November Court 1878

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

Plaintiff filed exceptions to the claims of Mrs. Charlotte Garrett and Mrs. Charlotte Garrett filed exceptions to the commissioners allotment of homestead, submitted for judgment.

Order Book 17; P. 147; November Court 1878

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

……liabilities of C. C. Garrett exceed the value of his estate….sale of land…make report.

Order Book 17; P. 157 – 160; November Court 1878

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

……further proof of claims against the estate of C. C. Garrett …make report.

Order Book 17; P. 161; November Court 1878

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

Charlotte Garrett vs. C. C. Garrett trustee

Mrs. Charlotte Garrett filed exceptions to the depositions taken on behalf of the trustee herein.

Order Book 17; P. 216; May Court 1879

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

Order Book 17; P. 294; November Court 1879

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

….land to be surveyed….

Order Book 17; P. 311; November Court 1879

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

Trustee filed a report.

Order Book 17; P. 311; November Court 1879

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

Charlotte Garrett vs. C. C. Garrett trustee & co.

….judgment….

Order Book 17; P. 332 – 335; November Court 1879

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett creditors & co.

….trustee ordered to pay the creditors’ claims…

Order Book 17; P. 335; November Court 1879

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

…sale of the land…and the report thereof be confirmed…commissioner is directed to make a deed…

Order Book 17; P. 380 – 381; May Court 1880

 

C. C. Garrett Trustees vs. A. A. Clay & co.

The defendants swore to and filed an answer.

Order Book 17; P. 393; May Court 1880

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

….claim of L. B. Grigsby are withdrawn….

Order Book 17; P. 400; May Court 1880

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

…report of James H. French….bought for C. C. Garnett and his wife Charlotte Garrett the undivided….land allotted to Theresa Garrett for dower…..

Order Book 17; P. 420 – 422; May Court 1880

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

…..a deed to C. C. & Charlotte Garrett….examined and approved….

Order Book 17; P. 426; May Court 1880

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. A. A. Clay & co.

…..defendant A. A. Clay   swore to and filed an answer…cause   continued….

Order Book 17; P. 427; May Court 1880

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

Special commissioner filed a report.

Order Book 17; P. 465; November Court 1880

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

…Commissioner to report additional claims..

Order Book 17; P. 467; November Court 1880

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

…plaintiff recover of defendant….

Order Book 17; P. 480; November Court 1880

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

…filed exceptions….

Order Book 17; P. 487; November Court 1880

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & others.

….cause be referred back to the special commissioner James Flanagan to make a settlement with the trustees…..

Order Book 17; P. 512; November Court 1880

 

C. C. Garrett assignee vs. C. C. Garrett & others.

…James Shepherd has been removed and no longer acting as assignees of C. C. Garrett, and it appearing that he has in his hands a sum greater than his pro-rata from said Garrett estate. It is now ordered that he settle his accounts….

Order Book 17; P. 530; November Court 1880

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & creditors.

Commissioners report filed…

Order Book 17; P. 533; December Court 1880

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & creditors.

….ordered that the plaintiffs Mason Morris and James Shepherd pay over to the special commissioner James Flanagan the balance in their hands….special commissioner out of his hands pay to each of the general creditors….commissioner will retain whatever pro-rata may be going to Mrs. Charlotte Garrett on the claim herein…..

Order Book 17; P. 535 – 536; December Court 1880

 

Charlotte Garrett vs. C. C. Garrett

….Charlotte Garrett the plaintiff be and she is hereby empowered to use, enjoy, sell and convey for her own benefit any property she may own or acquire free from claim or debts of her husband C. C. Garrett….parties dismissed

Order Book 17; P. 579; May Court 1881

 

C. C. Garrett trustee vs. C. C. Garrett & co.

James H. French Trustee of Mrs. Charlotte Garrett filed a report.

Order Book 17; P. 586; May Court 1881

Garrett, Carl W. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-11-1958
Garrett, Charlie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-2-1942
Garrett, Conrad The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-19-1930
Garrett, Dorothy Harrod The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-18-2003
Garrett, Edgar Daily The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-21-1980
Garrett, Elizabeth On the motion John Ramsey who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Elizabeth Garrett dec., infant child of Highland Garrett dec. in due form giving security whereupon he together with Augustus Thomas entered into and acknowledged bond in penalty of $1000 conditioned according to law.

Order Book 12; P. 298; June Court 1850

Garrett, Ernest Leon The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-1, 3-3-2003
Garrett, Estes Death of policeman

Estes Garrett, a prominent Ex-Confederate, died Friday at his home in Lexington, aged sixty-seven years. He was a member of the police force.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, June 14, 1910

Garrett, Frank The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-11-1914
Garrett, G. B. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-7-1927
Garrett, George John Reece, of McKee, stabbed to death George Garrett and fatally cut his brother.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 17, 1897.

Garrett, George W. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-28-1950
Garrett, Green The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-20-1934
Garrett, Harvey Thornton The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-9-1946
Garrett, Henry The Winchester Sun Mon., 10-14-1912
Garrett, Highland On the motion of Henry Garrett who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Highland Garrett dec. in due form giving security whereupon he together with Richard French and Robert J. Didlake entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $2000 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 11; P. 430; July Court 1846

 

Ordered that Dixon Jones, Henry Greening, William Adams and William Bledsoe or any three of them after first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves if any and personal estate of Highland Garrett dec. and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 11; P. 430; July Court 1846

 

Inventory and appraisement of the estate of Highland Garrett dec. was produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 438; August Court 1846

 

Amount of sales of the estate of Highland Garrett dec. was produced in court and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 444; October Court 1846

 

On the motion John Ramsey who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Elizabeth Garrett dec., infant child of Highland Garrett dec. in due form giving security whereupon he together with Augustus Thomas entered into and acknowledged bond in penalty of $1000 conditioned according to law.

Order Book 12; P. 298; June Court 1850

Garrett, Homer The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-20-1990
Garrett, Homer Jr. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-21-1978
Garrett, infant The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-22, 5-18-1933
Garrett, James Rev. Wm. Rupard preached James Garrett’s funeral at Macedonia Church, last Sunday, to a large audience.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, April 19, 1893

Garrett, James The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-18-1915
Garrett, James Floyd (Frogeye) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-7-1988
Garrett, James H. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-23, 4-25-1988
Garrett, James L. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-22, 7-23-1991
Garrett, James W. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-12-1926
Garrett, Jas. Mrs. Nancy Garrett, aged 90 years, died during the past week, of old age and was buried at the old family burying ground near Levee, Montgomery county. In that graveyard, side by side, lie Jas. Garrett who died aged 100 years and 7 months; his wife Mrs. Susan Garrett, aged 90; his son Sanford, aged 88, and his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Nancy Garrett, aged 90. Four such instances of longevity are rarely found in the same family.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 29, 1890.

Garrett, Jeff D. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-16-1973
Garrett, John Another Shooting in Madison.

At Panola, Madison county, Friday morning, Ribern Thomas shot and mortally wounded John Garrett, a neighbor. Garrett owed a bill at Thomas’s store and in a quarrel which ensued, Garrett started at Thomas with a hatchet when the latter shot him with a Winchester rifle.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 9, 1898

Garrett, John An Old Grudge

It Is Responsible For Another Killing From Ambush

Louisville, Ky., Oct. 31

Another feudal outbreak is reported from Breathitt county, when Jim Pimperton waylaid and instantly killed John Garrett at Wilhurst, about ten miles west of Jackson. The only cause assigned is a grudge which has existed for several years between the two men and the members of their respective families, and it is feared further trouble will follow.

Capt. Longmire, in charge of the provost guard at Jackson, dispatched a detail of soldiers to arrest the murderer, but he has not been found.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Nov. 6, 1903

Garrett, John The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-30-1927
Garrett, John The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-4-1962
Garrett, John Douglas The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-13-1971
Garrett, John Lewis The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-26-1945
Garrett, John Lewis The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-1-1947
Garrett, John W. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-27, 6-28-1941
Garrett, Leonard Harold The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-13-2001
Garrett, Leonard Roger The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-29-2005
Garrett, Leslie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-27, 11-29-1979
Garrett, Lonnie Lee The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-10-1931
Garrett, Louis Died—November 4th, of kidney trouble, at his home at Gibson, Ill., Louis Garrett, aged about seventy-five years. He was formerly from this county but moved to   Illinois many years ago. He was here on a visit a month or two ago. His wife, formerly Miss Nancy Elkin, died some years ago. He leaves a number of children only one of whom, Frank Garrett, of Kiddville, lives in this section.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 19, 1895

Garrett, Margaret Marie (Wawee) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-9, 12-15-1988
Garrett, Mark Aaron The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-3, 10-5-2011
Garrett, Mary M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-6-2003
Garrett, Minnie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-24-1942
Garrett, Minnie The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-22-1947
Garrett, Minnie                     AA The Winchester Sun     Fri., 2-20-1936
Garrett, Mrs. Addie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-4-1937
Garrett, Mrs. Alice Bell The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-2, 10-3, 10-4-2000
Garrett, Mrs. Carrie Quisenberry

AA

The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-2-1937
Garrett, Mrs. Charlotte The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-27-1922
Garrett, Mrs. Dollie Adamson The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-17, 12-19-2003

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site 12-13-2003

Garrett, Mrs. Dorothy Harrod The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-25-1961
Garrett, Mrs. Edith Griffith The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-25, 5-26-1964
Garrett, Mrs. Ella Hamilton The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-15-1944; Tues., 8-14-1945; Wed., 8-14-1946
Garrett, Mrs. Emma Karen The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-17-1949
Garrett, Mrs. Estella Mae Wilson The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-16-2001
Garrett, Mrs. G. B. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-27-1945
Garrett, Mrs. Hattie Faulkner The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-3, 8-4-1977
Garrett, Mrs. Lewis Log Lick – Mrs. L.L. Garrett is lying very low with consumption and is not expected     to live long.

The Clark County Democrat   Wednesday, April 7, 1880

 

Log Lick Items-Died-At her residence on the 6th inst., Mrs. Lewis Garrett, of consumption.   Aged about 50 years.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Fri., 6-18-1880

Garrett, Mrs. Lucille Brockman The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-22-1980
Garrett, Mrs. Lula G. Darnell The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-30-1994
Garrett, Mrs. Minnie             AA The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-21-1935; Wed., 2-21-1934
Garrett, Mrs. Nancy Mrs. Nancy Garrett, aged 90 years, died during the past week, of old age and was buried at the old family burying ground near Levee, Montgomery county. In that graveyard, side by side, lie Jas. Garrett who died aged 100 years and 7 months; his wife Mrs. Susan Garrett, aged 90; his son Sanford, aged 88, and his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Nancy Garrett, aged 90. Four such instances of longevity are rarely found in the same family.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 29, 1890

Garrett, Mrs. Nannie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-12-1919
Garrett, Mrs. Nellie Chamberlain The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-13, 4-14-1971
Garrett, Mrs. Odella Taylor The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-23, 5-24-2003
Garrett, Mrs. Olivia Pace The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-29, 9-4-1962
Garrett, Mrs. Rosie M. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-28-1985
Garrett, Mrs. Sandra Marie

Osborne

The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-28-2009
Garrett, Mrs. Sarah Gay The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-15-1953
Garrett, Mrs. Sofia Burned to Death.

Mrs. Sofia Garrett, wife of James Garrett, was burned to death at her home near Stanton, in Powell county, Nov. 27th.   She was standing in front of an open grate. Her clothing caught and was burned off her body before her aged husband could come to her aid. When he reached her side she had fallen to the floor. He was burned about his face, arms and hands while attempting to extinguish the flames. Mrs. Garrett lived five hours and suffered excruciating pain. She was buried at Stanton the next day. She leaves a son, Hon. H. G. Garrett, of this city and three married daughters, Mrs. D. B. and Mrs. Robert Chambers, and Mrs. J. R. Sea, the latter now-living in Oklahoma. She was a noble woman and her unfortunate death is a sad blow to her relatives and friends. Her age and that of her husband were the same, 72 years. The latest reports are that Mr. Garrett is in a critical condition, the result of burns received in his efforts to save his wife.

The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday, December 3, 1903.

Garrett, Mrs. Susan Mrs. Nancy Garrett, aged 90 years, died during the past week, of old age and was buried at the old family burying ground near Levee, Montgomery county. In that graveyard, side by side, lie Jas. Garrett who died aged 100 years and 7 months; his wife Mrs. Susan Garrett, aged 90; his son Sanford, aged 88, and his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Nancy Garrett, aged 90. Four such instances of longevity are rarely found in the same family.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 29, 1890.

Garrett, Mrs. Wilma P. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-8-2008
Garrett, Naomi Ruth The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-15, 11-16-2004
Garrett, Newton AT Bowe, Powell county, last Saturday, Newton Garrett, aged eighteen, committed suicide by standing before a mirror and blowing out his brains with a pistol.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 13, 1894.

Garrett, Noah NEAR Olympia, Bath county, Noah Garrett, aged 26, was struck and killed by lightning while riding along the road. The horse which he was riding was also killed.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 26, 1895.

Garrett, Paul The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-31-1936
Garrett, Richard C. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-21-1984
Garrett, Richard M. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-2-1959
Garrett, Richard M. Sr. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-13-1997
Garrett, Richard Worth The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-7-1943
Garrett, Robert The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-5-1917
Garrett, Robert E. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-21-1991
Garrett, Rosa Emily The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-16, 9-17, 9-18-2002
Garrett, Roscoe May Call Out Troops.

The Strike Situation at Madisonville Has Become Alarming—Several Assaults Committed.

Madisonville, Ky., April 18.—The strike situation here has become alarming and it is feared it may be necessary to call out the troops. A strong force of non-union men are taking an   aggressive stand against those in the union. Several assault have been committed, and a non-union man named Roscoe Garrett was killed by Ike Todd, a member of the United Mine Workers. Todd shot his man and then turned to run and through a crowd of Garrett’s friends fired on him, he escaped.

James D. Wood, president of District No. 23 of the American Mine Workers’ union, was struck by a non-union man named Jim Blanks but not seriously hurt.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, April 23, 1901

Garrett, Ryland G. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-29, 1-30-1969
Garrett, Sanford Mrs. Nancy Garrett, aged 90 years, died during the past week, of old age and was buried at the old family burying ground near Levee, Montgomery county. In that graveyard, side by side, lie Jas. Garrett who died aged 100 years and 7 months; his wife Mrs. Susan Garrett, aged 90; his son Sanford, aged 88, and his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Nancy Garrett, aged 90. Four such instances of longevity are rarely found in the same family.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 29, 1890.

Garrett, Stanton Dewitt The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-9-1972
Garrett, Terrence D. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-6, 7-7-1998
Garrett, Thomas J. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-28-1917
Garrett, Tommy The Winchester Sun   Sat, 9-1-1917
Garrett, Verna Mae The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-23, 11-24-2007
Garrett, Wash The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-8-1916
Garrett, Wesley The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-8-1930
Garrett, William E. Died

William E. Garrett died at his home at Filmore, Ind., Oct. 11th, of typhoid fever, aged about twenty-six years. He was a son of William F. and Lucy C. Garrett, formerly of this county, who left this county for Indiana in 1892. He leaves a wife, formerly Miss Bertie Phillips, of Montgomery county, to whom he was married in 1899, and one son, Lewis Clay, about a year old.   His many friends here will regret to learn of his being thus taken off in the flower of his young manhood.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Oct. 29, 1901

Garrett, William Fleming Death Of W. F. Garrett

William Fleming Garrett died Friday morning at his home on Haggard street of consumption, aged thirty-six years. He was a native of Madison county, but his parents dying when he was small, he was raised by his uncle, William Lane of Illinois. He was for some time, and until seized by his last illness, agent for the Adams Express Co., at this point. He leaves a wife, formerly Miss Fannie Fish, of Paint Lick, one son and one daughter, both quite young. He was exceedingly popular with all who knew him and had many friends.

The funeral was preached Saturday morning at the First Christian Church by Eld. C. J. Armstrong and the remains were carried to Richmond for interment.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Feb. 25, 1902

Garrett, William S. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-12, 8-13-1963
Garrison, Claud The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-17-1945
Garrison, Dee Saturday evening Dee Garrison and Will Hurst, two Mt. Sterling boys aged thirteen years, went hunting. Hurst was armed with a small rifle and in some way it was discharged, the ball striking Garrison in the head, inflicting a wound from which he died.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, Nov. 23, 1894

Garrison, Ernest W. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-26, 4-28-1975
Garrison, Frederick By his uncle

Garrison was killed, after he had been shot and wounded

Danville, Ky., – Hugh Thompson, 35 years of age, shot and instantly killed his 18-year-old nephew, Frederick Garrison, at Chilton, near here. Young Garrison had gone to the residence of his uncle for a show case, when Thompson began beating his nephew striking him on the head with a plow point, then kicking him from the house. Young Garrison turned quickly and fired at his uncle, sending a ball through his left leg. Thompson secured a gun and fired a charge into his nephew’s breast, death resulting instantly. An artery was severed in Thompson’s leg, and his recovery is in doubt. Some month ago Thompson became suddenly insane and was sent to the Lexington asylum. He soon recovered and was released. He is under guard, but is unable to be taken to jail.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, November 24, 1908

Garrison, James Died—James Garrison, who lived in Madison county, near Boonesboro, died Tuesday, aged sixty-two years.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, January 8, 1897

Garrison, James M. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-19-1938
Garrison, John Died In The Patrol Wagon

Paducah, Ky., May 14

The patrol wagon was summoned Monday to take John Garrison, an intoxicated painter, to the station. When the station was reached Garrison was found to be a corpse from heart disease.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., May 21, 1901

Garrison, Johnnie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-13-1987
Garrison, Leonard J. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-28-1922
Garrison, Martin The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-3-1930
Garrison, Mrs. Benita Ernestine The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-6, 1-7-1959
Garrison, Mrs. Elsie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-3-1930
Garrison, Mrs. Lucy Ford The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-1, 3-3-1958
Garrison, Mrs. Mary Ella The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-11-1969
Garrison, Mrs. Mary L. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-15, 12-16-1970
Garrison, Mrs. Russie Holloday The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-9-1952
Garrison, Mrs. Sarah The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-27-1940
Garrison, Nick                     AA The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-11, 9-12-1929
Garrison, Rose Rose Garrison, who recently was an inmate of a bawdy house here and for whom a warrant was out for keeping a disorderly house, committed suicide at her home near Mt. Sterling Monday.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, March 29, 1893

Garrison, William                 AA The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-23-1926
Garth, Edwin The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-11-1924
Garth, Mrs. Claude L. Claude L. Garth, of Georgetown, leaves his vast estate to the Garth Educational fund after the death of his wife.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., March 2, 1905

Garth, Webb Soon Followed His Wife

Elkton, Ky., Jan. 24

Mr. Webb Garth, a well known Jersey breeder and planter in southern Kentucky, died in a Nashville infirmary. Only a few days ago Mrs. Garth, while visiting him there, dropped dead of apoplexy.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Jan. 30, 1900

Garth, Wm. Garth Fund Beneficiary.

Joseph B. Harris, who, as the champion of Kentucky Wesleyan College, won the prize at the Lexington Chautauqua, will be one of the beneficiaries of the Garth fund this year. Many years ago Wm. Garth, who was drowned in Lake Michigan, left his property by will for educational purposes, the income to be devoted to helping poor boys of Bourbon County to obtain an education.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, July 29, 1902

Gartland, Bernard The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-11-1927
Gartland, George (Shanty) The Winchester Sun Mon., 6-11, 6-14-1951
Gartland, George Philip The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-16, 6-17-1965
Gartland, James The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-29, 5-30-1923
Gartland, James F. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-29, 6-30-1970
Gartland, James Jr. The Sun Sentinel Thur., 4-27-1911
Gartland, John Herbert The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-28, 5-29, 5-31-1963
Gartland, Mrs. Bridgett The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-18, 8-20, 8-21-1951
Gartland, Mrs. Rose A. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-30, 10-1-1993
Gartland, Thomas R. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-9, 4-10-1998
Garver, Harry H. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-4-1979
Garvey, Mrs. Wilma L. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-29-1992
Garvey, Sam In the case of Joe Sanders for killing Sam Garvey, in Owen county, involving the clause of the new Constitution providing for grand juries of twelve men, nine of whom may indict, the Court of Appeals yesterday again sustained the new Constitution saying that its provisions became valid and operative from the date of its promulgation.

The Democrat, Wednesday, February 24, 1892.

Garvin, ____H.                     AA The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-7-1920
Garvin, Cullen Lee The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-8-2011
Garvin, Farron Lee The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-13-1992
Garvin, father Prof. J. H. Garvin, Principal of the colored schools, was called to Hart county Monday by the death of his father.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, February 11, 1898

Garvin, J. H.                          AA The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-11-1917
Garvin, Milton Four perished In Flames.

Children Unable to Escape From Their Father’s Burning Home in Clay County, Tennessee.

Tompkinsville, Ky., Nov. 24.—The home of Milton Garvin, across the line in Clay county Tennessee,   was destroyed by fire. Four children, ranging in age from one to seven, perished in the flames. The parents were absent at the barn when the building caught fire, and returned to find their home wrapped in flames. The children screamed for help, and in their attempt to save them both parents made a narrow escape with their lives. The little ones were burned to a   crisp before them.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 29, 1898

Garvin, Mrs. Tillie B. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-29-1952
Gary, Anderson The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-14-1925
Gary, Edward The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-14-1925
Gash, William G. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-9-1940
Gaskin, Mrs. Jessie McChahan The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-6-1926
Gasper, Catherine Will Book 2, page 46

Dated: October 6, 1874

Recorded: January 23, 1888

Gasper, John Motion of Elisabeth Gasper with William Sudduth and Daniel Sphar security granted letters of administration on estate.

Order book 4; P 491; May Court 1801

 

Appraisal of estate of John Gasper decd. ordered.

Order Book 4; P. 492; May Court 1801

 

Ordered that Thomas Scott be appointed guardian to Anne Gasper infant orphan of John Gasper decd. with Thomas Pickett security.

Order Book 4; P. 448; February Court 1811

Gasper, Peter Will Book 1, Page 73

Dated: February 17, 1858

Recorded: July 23, 1860

Gasper, Rebecca James Lewis & co. vs. Jack Smith & co.

…..J. T. Tucker to distribute to the heirs of William Smith one tenth and to the heirs of Frank Smith one tenth, and to the heirs of Lydia Smith one tenth, and to the heirs of Rebecca Gasper one tenth and to the heirs of Nellie Lewis one tenth and he will hold in his hands subject to the order of the court one tenth each for the following persons who are non residents of this Commonwealth viz: Jack Smith, the unknown heirs of Reuben Smith, the unknown heirs of James Smith, Cynthia Parrish and Mollie Owens….make report.

Order Book 18; P. 519 – 520; May Court 1884

Gasper, son Right Angle; Died—March 29th at the residence of David Blanton in Estill county, a son of Thos. Gasper of this county.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, April 8, 1891

Gasper, Thos. Will of Thos. Gasper probated with Sarah A. Gasper executrix; J. N. Vice, Mike Raker and M. T. Bonny appraisers.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, September 28, 1894

 

But one jury case has been tried since our last issue. This was a successful attempt to break the will of the late Thos. Gasper, who lived on the Ruckerville pike. A new   trial was asked for and an appeal will probably be taken to the higher court if a new trial is not granted.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 17, 1898

 

Will Book 2, Page 161

Dated: July 18, 1890

Recorded: September 24, 1894

Gassaway, Clyde The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-21-1921
Gast, Carl Edward The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-26-1973
Gast, Henrietta The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-2, 1-3-1964
Gast, Mrs. Velma The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-7, 9-8-1938
Gastineau, Ann Elizabeth At a sanctification meeting held near Ephesus, Lincoln county, Mrs. Ann Elizabeth Gastineau became so worked up by the remarks of the evangelist that she lost reason. She is only twenty-four years old, and is now in the asylum at Lexington. This is about the fifth case of the kind reported from Lincoln within a year.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 30, 1895

Gastineau, John The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-27, 7-28, 8-3, 8-25-1926
Gastineau, John The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-25, 4-2-1927
Gaston, Mrs. Alma Benton The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-22-1973
Gatchell, Everett T. Pathetic suicide

A pathetic case of suicide came to light at Washington, D.C., Monday when the         body of Everett T. Gatchell, of Kentucky, was found in the bottom of a bathing crib weighted down with a heavy stone tied around his neck. The coroner believes that Colonel Gatchell had been dead since Thursday morning. The deceased was appointed   to the pension office from Walton, Ky. He was a Colonel in B.W. Foley’s regiment of State militia of Kentucky. He left a note to an old companion here in which he said: “I   am tired of life. Am worn and weary and old an poor; thank you for your very attentive kindness. Don’t believe my arm will ever get well. You are truly one of God’s anointed. Wish I had been such a man.”

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, July 2, 1909

GATES On motion of Harvey Fielder it is ordered that he have leave to erect 2 gates across the public road leading from Winchester to the mouth of 4 Mile in this county one of said gates to be erected at or near the first cropping of the 4 Mile creek, the other on the next cropping of said creek which said gates are hereby directed to be made at least 9 feet wide and made of good strong materials and so constructed also be easily shut and opened.

Order Book 10; P. 181; May Court 1834

 

On motion of James Lane it is ordered that he have leave to erect a gate across the public road leading by Indian creek meeting house to Jackmans ferry in this county and said gate be erected at or near where Jackmans old Mill formerly was which said gate are hereby directed to be made at least 9 feet wide and made of good strong materials and so constructed as to be easily shut and opened.

Order Book 10; P. 181; May Court 1834

 

On motion of Thomas Woosley it is ordered that he have leave to erect a gate across the public road leading from by Indian creek meeting house to Jackmans ferry in this county said gate to be erected at or near the upper end of said Woosley stone fence which said gate are hereby directed to be made at least 9 feet wide and made of good strong material and constructed as to be easily shut and opened.

Order Book 10; P. 181; May Court 1834

 

Leave is granted Erasmus Rupard sr. and James Rupard to erect 2 gates across the road leading from Brandenburg Mill to Howards ware house in this county in the Mills Precinct said gates is to be erected on the road where it passes through the land of said Rupard said gates are to be made at least 9 feet wide and made of good strong lumber and so constructed as to open and shut easy.

Order Book 10; P. 186; July Court 1834

 

Leave is granted William C. Thomas to erect 1 gate across the road leading from McGurney old field to mouth of red river in this county in the Dunford precinct said gate is to be erected about one half mile from the mouth of red river where it passes through the land of said M. C. Thomas. Said gate is to be made at least 9 feet wide and made of strong materials and so constructed as to open and shut easy.

Order Book 10; P. 186; July Court 1834

 

Leave granted Anthony Phelps and Malinda Handy to erect 5 gates across the road leading from Brandenburgh Bill to the Clark and Montgomery county line and the road from the Mt. Sterling road to the stone quarry in this county said gates is to be erected on the road where it runs through the lands of A. Phelps and Handy, said gates is to be made at least 9 feet wide and made of strong materials and so constructed as to open and shut easy.

Order Book 10; P. 187; July Court 1834

Gates, A. L. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-6-1935
Gates, Coleman The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-5-1935
Gates, George George Gates, of Fayette county, Pa., while hunting, imitated the cry of a wild turkey so perfectly that James Dills thought it came from a real fowl. He fired into the bushes whence the sound had come, and instantly killed Gates.

The Democrat, Wednesday, February 22, 1893.

Gates, Mrs. Sabra M. Lang Admitted to Bail

Louisville, Ky., Sept. 21.—Judge Thompson, Monday morning granted E. Robert Lang, the alleged medium, who is accused of the murder of Mrs. Sabra M. Gates, bail, fixing the amount at $1,000. Several witnesses were heard but nothing strongly incriminating Lang was produced. Dr. Pfeiffer, the physician who attended Mrs. Gates during her last illness was the first witness. He said that the post-mortem examination was not yet completed, but so far there was reason to believe that Mrs. Gates death was caused by cocaine poisoning.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 28, 1897

Gateskill, Mrs. Dorothy Mae The Winchester Sun Wed., 2-28, 3-1-2007
Gatewood, Alonzo M. The Winchester Sun Wed., 8-26, 8-27, 8-28-2009
Gatewood, Cecil W. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-11, 5-12-1970
Gatewood, Cecil Wayne Jr. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-6, 1-7-1988
Gatewood, Clifford Gatewood Funeral

Funeral services for Clifford Gatewood will be conducted Monday at 1:30 p.m. at Allen Chapel CME Church with Rev. J. B. Turner, pastor officiating. The body will be moved from Haggard and Son Funeral Home to the church at 12 o’clock (noon) Monday.

THE WINCHESTER SUN SAT. 2/11/1961

Gatewood, Demery A. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-7-2001
Gatewood, Elizabeth The Winchester Sun Thur., 3-26-2009
Gatewood, French Strother The Last Will and Testament of French Strother Gatewood decd. was proven by oath and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 4; P. 466; July Court 1811

 

Motion of Micajah Clark the executor therein named certificate is granted for obtaining probate with Stephen Grigg and James Clark security.

Order Book 4; P. 466; July Court 1811

 

Order for the appraisal of the slaves if any and personal estate of French Strother Gatewood decd.

Order Book 4; P. 466; July Court 1811

 

Inventory and appraisal of the estate of French S. Gatewood decd. ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 4; P. 488; November Court 1811

 

Motion of Micajah Clark ordered that Benjamin Taul, Thomas Wornall, Dillard Collins, and Henry W. Calmes be appointed commissioners to settle and adjust all accounts with Micajah Clark executor of French S. Gatewood decd. and make report thereof to this court when convenient.

Order Book 4; P. 512; May Court 1812

Gatewood, infant son

Montgomery; Died, infant son of W. H. Gatewood.

The Democrat   Wednesday, May 8, 1889

Gatewood, James The Winchester Sun Tues., 5-13-1913
Gatewood, James Stuart Died-At his home near Mt. Sterling, on the 13th inst., James Stuart Gatewood, aged 74 years.   His mother was a sister of the late Judge John G. Roy and James Stuart, of Clark and his wife was Miss Mary Martin, daughter of the late Capt. Jack Martin. He was a man of broad, liberal views, fine education, large means and a gentleman of the old school who will be greatly missed.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 7-20-1892

 

The will of the late Jas. S. Gatewood was probated at Mt. Sterling court day. He leaves all his personalty, some $30,000 or $40,000 to his wife absolutely, and also leaves her a life interest in the home and 360 acres of land. The remainder of his land some six hundred acres, he leaves to his three grandsons.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, July 27, 1892

Gatewood, James Watson The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-18-1994
Gatewood, Jessie The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-10-1971
Gatewood, John Gatewood Funeral

Funeral for John Gatewood, who died in a Lexington Hospital, will be conducted Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the West Bend Baptist Church, Charles haggard Funeral Home is in charge.

THE WINCHESTER SUN. SAT. 12/6/1958

Gatewood, John M. Married at Lexington

Quite a sensational was created in this city Thursday when it became known that Mrs. Jennie Gatewood, one of the wealthiest widows in the county, had been married the evening before at Lexington to her overseer, Mr. Thomas Thomas. Mrs. Gatewood is the widow of the late John M. Gatewood, and at the death of the latter’s father, Mr. James S. Gatewood, came into possession of considerable property, most of which is in fine bluegrass lands.

Before her marriage to Mr. Gatewood she was Miss Jennie Lawless, of Glasgow, Ky. She has three grown sons, who are among the most popular young society men in the county. She is a good, Christian woman and is regarded by those who knew her best as having extraordinary business sagacity for one of her sex.

Mr. Thomas came here several years ago from Clark county and was at once engaged by Mrs. Gatewood as overseer of her farm. He is about twenty-five years old and has always conducted himself in such a gentlemanly and dignified manner as to win the respect and admiration of all with whom he came in contact.—Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Democrat.

Mrs. Gatewood is well known in this county where she owns considerable property.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, February 1, 1898

Gatewood, Lucy Letters received here by friends say that Miss Lucy Gatewood, daughter of W. B. Gatewood, of this county, who was living with her sister, Mrs. Samuel Everette, at Wichita, Kansas, was thrown from a buggy at that place one day the past week and instantly killed.—Mt. Sterling Advocate

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 17, 1895

Gatewood, Matt W. The Winchester Sun Sat., 6-6, 6-9-1981
Gatewood, Milton Taylor II The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-10-1998
Gatewood, Mrs. Betty Ruth The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-21, 7-22-1976
Gatewood, Mrs. Carolyn D. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-21, 11-22-1983
Gatewood, Mrs. Cornelia

Cunningham

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-8-1996
Gatewood, Mrs. Eliza

Hockensmith

The Sun Sentinel Thur., 10-5-1911
Gatewood, Mrs. Martha The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-24-1918
Gatewood, Mrs. Nannie Mae Nelson The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-16-1999
Gatewood, Paul Dennis The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-5-1994
Gatewood, Roger The Winchester Sun Mon., 11-25-1912
Gatewood, Steven Taylor The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-2, 6-3-1999
Gatherwood, Martha Washington Died – At her home on South Main street Wednesday, of paralysis, Miss Martha Washington Gatherwood, aged fifty years. Funeral this morning at 10:30 o’clock at the Methodist church by Rev. H.G. Henderson and interment in the city cemetery. She was a native of Madison county, but came here in early youth and had since resided here. For nearly twenty years she was a teacher in the public and private schools of this and Fayette counties, and by her loving disposition she was a great favorite with pupils and parents. She leaves a host of friends and no enemies.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, January 31, 1896

Gatliff, Frank The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-14-1932
Gatliff, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-15, 8-16-1934
Gatrell, Harold H. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-8, 9-9-1970
Gatrell, Mrs. Willie Curtis The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-10-1953
Gatson, Albert The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-20-1919
Gatson, Charles Douglas The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-12-1992
Gatson, Charles R. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-27-1996
Gatson, Dianne Shearer The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-12, 7-13-2004

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site 7-9-2004

Gatson, Earl H. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-14-1994
Gatson, Emma Jane Rogers The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-31-1990
Gatson, Ernest Nelson Sr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-6-1989
Gatson, George F. The Winchester   Sun   Wed., 8-2-1933
Gatson, George Gifford The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-22-1958
Gatson, Grant R. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-31, 9-1-1964
Gatson, Grant R. Jr. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-16-1953
Gatson, Josephine The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-18-1918
Gatson, Leon S. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-2-1962
Gatson, Monies The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-2-1980
Gatson, Mrs. Betty Arnold The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-6-1958
Gatson, Mrs. Callie Walden The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-27, 1-28-1970
Gatson, Mrs. Catherine Cooper The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-8-1947
Gatson, Mrs. Diane The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-2-1980
Gatson, Mrs. Emma Haggard The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-19-1945
Gatson, Mrs. Hoyt Marie Burrus The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-27, 12-28-1994
Gatson, Mrs. Joyce Eileene The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-19-1988
Gatson, Mrs. Lemois The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-11-1994
Gatson, Mrs. Sheila M. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-26, 4-28-2006

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Sat., 4-22-2006

Gatson, Mrs. Susie Bush The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-30, 10-31-1963
Gatson, Mrs. Vella Mae The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-16-2008
Gatson, Oscar The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-7-1914
Gatson, Oscar Frank Sr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-12, 11-13-1976
Gatson, Oscar Jr. (Jack) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-4, 4-5-1955
Gatson, Paul Bush The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-17, 1-18-1977
Gatson, son Ode Gatson’s infant son died Sunday at North Middletown, of meningitis.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 21, 1902

 

North Middletown.

The only child of Mr. O. P. Gatson was buried last week.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, April 1, 1902

Gattliffe, Joe At Jake Sampson’s store near Big Hill, Madison county, Saturday, Henry Jiles, an old Union soldier, shot and killed Joe Gattliffe. The men had never seen each other before. Gattliffe and a brother-in-law named Pleas Polly began abusing Jiles, the former drawing a gun. Jiles, whose horse was hitched outside, ran to get his pistol from his saddle pocket. He was followed by the two men. Gattliffe renewed his attack on Jiles who fired a bullet into Gattliffe’s chest.   The wounded man ran back into the store and died in a few minutes. Jiles galloped away, but was pursued, overtaken and his horse shot from under him. He claims he shot in self defense.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday July 9, 1897

 

THE Richmond Register says Henry Jiles, in jail here for shooting Joe Gateliffe, has killed three men besides Gateliffe, has four living wives and has lived all his life about moonshine, distilleries and bawdy houses, while Gateliffe, his victim, was a man beloved by all who knew him, his only fault being that he would occasionally drink too freely.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 16, 1897.

 

Unable to Agree.

Richmond, Ky., Sept. 9.—The trial of Henry Giles for the murder of Joe Gatlife at Big Hill last July was concluded Thursday. The jury failed to agree on a verdict and was discharged.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 13, 1898

 

AT Richmond, after being out forty-eight hours, the jury in the case of Henry Gaits, charged with the murder of Joe Gatliff, at Big Hill, last July two years ago, returned a verdict of acquittal. As soon as the verdict was announced the overjoyed prisoner jumped from the window and started on a run for home.

Released on Bond.

HARLAN, Ky., Dec. 16.-John Taylor, charged with killing Wm. Lee, and a woman on Puckett’s creek was held in $ 1,000. Taylor pleaded self defense.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 20, 1898.

Gatton, John In Daviess county, while Amos Goodwin and John Gatton were engaging in a boxing match, Goodwin lost his temper and shot Gatton. The wound is regarded as mortal.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 1, 1895

Gattrell, T. J. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-22-1918
Gaughan, G. B. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-1-1934
Gaulbert, Will J. Left a large estate

Louisville, Ky., – Full report of the estate of Will J. Gaulbert, who died last winter, has been made here by court appraisers. They found a total of $1,347,769, nearly a million of which is in stocks, including an interest in the Peaslee-Gaulbert Paint Co. As Gaulbert left no will the estate went to George Gaulbert, his brother, who died some weeks ago, and then to his sister.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, June 30, 1908

Gault, John T. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-14-1921
Gault, Mary The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-13-1991
Gault, Mrs. Emily Cornelia Turner The Winchester Sun     Fri., 8-19-1932
Gaunce, Carlton S. (Smitty) The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-11, 7-12-2001
Gaunce, Cecil The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-17-1913
Gaunce, Earl Leslie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-22, 4-23-1966
Gaunce, J. W. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-23-2000
Gaunce, James S. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-29-1927
Gaunce, Jerry Calvin The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-12, 11-13-2001
Gaunce, Mrs. Allie Smith The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-20-1975
Gaunce, Mrs. Anna A. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-5-1971
Gaunce, Mrs. Hazel Ashcraft The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-18-1999
Gaunce, Mrs. Martha Ann The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-10-1962
Gaunce, Mrs. Naomi The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-14-1978
Gaunce, Mrs. Paula Scott The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-5, 2-6-2009
Gaunce, Noel The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-20, 10-21-1971
Gaunce, William A. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-22-1950
Gaunt, Mrs. Rhoda Woman Instantly Killed.

Dunkirk, Ind., May 31.—Thomas Gaunt, a farmer, living northeast of here, with his wife Rhoda started to Red Key Monday in a big wagon. One horse slipped his bridle and the team started to run. Mrs. Gaunt jumped, fell in front of a wheel and was instantly killed.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 3, 1898

Gawthrop, George The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-3, 11-4-1997
Gawthrop, George Sr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-7-1965
Gawthrop, Mrs. Alice Katzman The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-10, 1-11-1986
Gawthrop, Mrs. George Sr. The Winchester Sun Sat., 12-26-1981
GAY FAMILY The following article from the Boston (Mass.) Journal, concerning one of the oldest and best families in the country many of whose descendants reside in Clark county, has been sent us with a request to publish:

Can any of your readers give me a history of the Gay family in the United States? John Gay, with two other brothers, came from England in 1639. John Gay afterward settled near Dedham, Mass., but his two brothers went to Virginia. Dr. William Gay of Virginia married Elizabeth Boling, fifth in descendant from Pocahontas, and his grandson, William Gay, married Lucy Harrison Crossland, a granddaughter of Benjamin Harrison, the signer of the Declaration of Independence. My great grandfather, Henry Gay was born in Augusta county, Virginia was a soldier in the Revolution, and was at the battle of Yorktown in 1781. He died in Kentucky in 1830. My grandfather, Henry Gay was born in 1799, and died in 1858. He was half-brother of John H. Gay, who was   born in Rockbridge county, Virginia, in1787, and died in 1878. The said John H. Gay was the father of Congressman Edward J. Gay of Louisiana, who died in May 1889. What I desire to ascertain is, the relationship, if any, between Dr. Wm. Gay and my great grandfather, Henry Gay. One of my great uncles says that his great grandfather, Thomas Gay, came from England and subsequently went to Virginia. It may be that he was one of the two brothers who came over with John Gay in 1630. Part of the information I desire might be obtained from one of the following works: Bishop Meade’s “Old Families and Ministers of Virginia,” two volumes; Joel Munsell’s American Ancestry,” four volumes; “The Genesis of the United States,” two volumes, by Alexander Brown; Peyton’s History of Augusta County, Virginia; Col. J. Madison McCue’s “Annals of Augusta County,” and Pocahontas and Her Descendants,” by the late ex-Governor Robertson of Abington, Va. I would ask New England, Virginia and West Virginia papers to copy my query.

James M. Leath       Gay’s Creek, Perry Co., Ky.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, February 18, 1891

Gay, _____ D. T. Buckner commissioner vs. Zeke Scott & co.

…..James F. Winn and E. Jouett Jr. having filed reports as guardian ad litem for Lucy, Etta and James Thomas and David Adams and Shelton Gay the infant defendants herein….

Order Book 19; P. 396; November Court 1886

Gay, Abner                           AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-24, 2-25-1920
Gay, Anthony The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-5, 7-7-2008
Gay, Arthur Lee The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-16, 12-17-1968
Gay, Barney Jr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-17, 8-18-1998
Gay, Ben Dropped Dead

A telephone message at 2:30 yesterday was to the effect that Ben Gay had dropped dead on the street at Lexington. He was a son of the late Dr. Gay, of this county.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Feb. 2, 1905

Gay, Benjamin P. Jr. ..the plaintiff has departed this life since the last term ….James P. Gay is his executor

Order Book 8; P. 154; July Court 1854

 

On motion of James P. Gay exec of Benjamin P. Gay, Jr. ……and continued

Order Book 8; P. 157; July Court 1854

 

The plaintiff Ben P. Gay Jr. departed this life after the former decree was rendered….he has made a will devising the land in controversy to Matthew Anderson in trust….

Order Book 8; P. 288; October Court 1854

 

…to execute decree of partition amongst the heirs of Benjamin P. Gay, Sr. ….except the share which was allotted to Benjamin Gay Jr., and to convey it in part to Mary Gay his mother… and remainder of said share to Matthew Anderson for the use and subject to the appointments of James P. Gay as directed in the will of Benjamin P. Gay Jr.

Order Book 8; P. 288; October Court 1854

 

.. a deed of conveyance to Matthew Anderson which was approved….and certified for record

Order Book 8; P. 293; October Court 1854

 

Mary A. Gay heir vs. Benjamin P. Gay heirs

Order Book 8; P. 523; October Court 1855

Gay, Benjamin P. Sr. The last will and testament of Benjamin P. Gay Sr. dec. was produced in court and proved according to law by the oaths of William S. Downey a witness thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 541; February Court 1853

 

On motion of Matthew A. Gay and James P. Gay who made oath ……certificate is granted for obtaining letters of administrations with the will annexed on the estate of Benjamin P. Gay dec. ….with Strauder Goff security ……………..bond and security approved by the court.

Order Book 12; P. 571; June Court 1853

 

On motion of M. A. and James p. Gay administrators with the will annexed of Ben P. Gay dec. ordered that John Clinkenbeard, Thomas G. Sudduth and William R. Duncan or any two of them being sworn so appraise….the personalty …said decedent……report……

Order Book 12; P. 571; June Court 1853

 

Inventory and appraisement of the personalty of Benjamin P. Gay dec. was produced ……….approved ………recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 581; September Court 1853

 

Sale bill of the personalty on Benjamin P. Gay dec. was produced ……….approved ……….recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 581; September Court 1853

 

….The defendants, the widow and heirs of B. P. Gay dec., convey to the complainant by deed…, the tract of land described in the deed from George Anderson and wife to B. P. Gay…..

Order Book 8; P. 41; April Court 1854

 

..and ordered that Daniel Smith be appointed master of James P. Gay Jr. in the place of   Strauder Goff dec., according to the promises of the will of Benjamin P. Gay Sr. dec., ……

Order Book 8; P. 217; October Court 1854

 

…the partition of land and slaves ..it is ordered……the residue of the costs of this suit are to be borne by all the parties equally except the widow Mary Gay…dismissed.

Order Book 8; P. 232; October Court 1854

 

The plaintiff Ben P. Gay Jr. departed this life after the former decree was rendered….he has made a will devising the land in controversy to Matthew Anderson in trust….

Order Book 8; P. 288; October Court 1854

 

…to execute decree of partition amongst the heirs of Benjamin P. Gay, Sr. ….except the share which was allotted to Benjamin Gay Jr., and to convey it in part to Mary Gay his mother… and remainder of said share to Matthew Anderson for the use and subject to the appointments of James P. Gay as directed in the will of Benjamin P. Gay Jr.

Order Book 8; P. 288; October Court 1854

.. a deed of conveyance to Matthew Anderson which was approved….and certified for record

Order Book 8; P. 293; October Court 1854

 

…the execution of deeds partition ….allotted to Isaac P. Gay….according to the will of Benjamin P. Gay Sr. ….

Order Book 8; P. 296; October Court 1854

 

Mater commissioner James H. G. Bush … deed to Matthew Anderson ..deed to Daniel Smith …deed to Mary Gay …. Deed to Benjamin P. Goff, Margaret Goff and Mary Goff …deed to Mary A. McIlvain …deed to George T. Gay ….deed to W. Lewis Gay .. deed to Matthew A. Gay … deed to Elizabeth P. Gay approved by the court….

Order Book 8; P. 301, 302; November Court 1854

 

Mary A. Gay heirs vs. Benjamin P. Gay heirs

Order Book 8; P. 523; October Court 1855

Gay, child                               AA Ordered that the Co. Treas. pay William Stubblefield one and 50/100 dollars for making coffin for Evaline Gay’s child of color.

Order Book 17; Page 571; August Court 1876

Clark County Courthouse Archives

 

Ordered that the Co. Treas. pay John Madigan three and 50/100 dollars for extra fee for child of Evaline Gay (of color).

Order Book 17; Page 577; August Court 1876

Clark County Courthouse Archives

Gay, Clifton C. Sr. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-8-2002
Gay, Clinton S. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-12, 4-13-1971
Gay, daughter Deaths

The seven-year-old daughter of Hodge Gay, of North Middletown, died Saturday of scarlet fever and the remains were brought here the following day for interment.   Services at the grave were conducted by Rev. Rector Savage.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Sept. 30, 1902

Gay, David A. Will Book 2, Page 78

Dated: August 27, 1887

Recorded: December 24, 1888

 

The death of Capt. J. L. Wheeler brings to mind the fact that death is fast decimating the ranks of the Muckletonian Club, at one time the most prominent hunting and fishing club of the South. It was organized in 1872 with eighteen of the most prominent men of Winchester and vicinity as members. In addition to scores of minor trips they occasionally went on more extensive ones to Florida, Arkansas, the Pacific Slope, etc. These trips were truly days of true pleasure and good fellowship. Not a word of discord ever marred the harmony of their meetings. Col. R. N. Winn was the first President and still fills that position, although the remaining members are so few and scattered that the meetings of late years have been few. The first member die was John J. Eubank, followed in succession by Ben P. Goff, S. Grant Jackson, M. G. Taylor, Jas. D. Gay, David A. Gay, D. T. Buckner, John W. Prewitt, John A. Judy and J. L. Wheeler. The surviving members are r. N. Winn, Leeland Hathaway, J. D. Simpson, A. H. Sympson, and T. F. Phillips, of this city; Geo. R. Snyder and R. J. Snyder, of Louisville and Sam McKee, of Philadelphia. Ten have passed over the dark river while eight await the summons to join their comrades on the other side.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 4, 1894

Gay, David S. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-20-1923
Gay, David S. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-25-1928
Gay, Dickard Thomas The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-6-1969
Gay, Dunlap Death Of Mrs. Katie Gay

Mrs. Katie Gay died at a late hour Friday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jas. H. Evans, in the ninetieth year of her age.

She was a native of this county, a daughter of John Gardner. At the age of fifteen she married Dunlap Gay who died in 1865.   She was a woman of wonderful vitality and did not like most old people, live in the past, but kept fully posted on all matters, political and otherwise, of the current time.

For seventy-seven years she had been a member of the Methodist Church, and her funeral was preached at the Methodist Church of this city Sunday afternoon by Revs. Means and Froh, the remains were interred in the Winchester cemetery.

She leaves two sons, Robert Gay, of Montgomery county, and Watson Gay, of Bourbon county, and three daughters, Mrs. B. F. Curtis, Mrs. Jas. H. Evans and Mrs. Bettie Hunt, all of this county. Besides these she leaves a large number of grand-children and great-grandchildren.

She was a great favorite with all who knew her.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., April 17, 1900

Gay, Ed                                   AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-24-1914
Gay, Ellis The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-14-1980
Gay, Ellis Clay Jr. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-22, 10-23-1996
Gay, Everett Gay Funeral Services

Everett Gay died Wednesday morning at the Clark County Hospital where he had been a patient since Thursday when he suffered a stroke. He was a native of Winchester and a member of CME Church of Clay City. He had been a janitor of the Fannie Bush School for a number of years.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Jessie Gay, two sons, Golden Gay, Winchester, and Floyd Gay, Cincinnati, a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Cooper, Clay City, and five grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements will be announced later. Haggard and Son Funeral Home will be in charge.

THE WINCHESTER SUN. THUR. 2/27/1958

Gay, Floyd The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-25, 10-26-1983
Gay, Garfield The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-18-1931
Gay, George                           AA The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-5-1917
Gay, George F. Age 23, male, he was married, he was a farmer, he was born in Clark County ,KY, He lived in Clark County, KY, his parents were Benjamin and Mary Gay, his parents were both born in Virginia, he died on December 30, 1861of an accident in Clark County, KY.

CCKD

Gay, George Nelson The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-25-1942
Gay, George T. Will Book 1, Page 1862

Dated: December 12, 1861

Recorded: January, 1862

Brother                  Lewis W. Gay                                       Executor: None named

Sister                      Mrs. Mary McIlvaine                         Witnessed by: None given

Gay, Golden Sr. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-28, 5-29, 5-30, 5-31-2002
Gay, Harriett Lewis A. Gay on Petition

Sale of real estate….commissioner to execute a deed of partition conveying to said Washington M. Gay and James P. Gay the children of Harriett Gay decd. the part of said land allotted to their mother in said division….

Order Book 13; P. 79; November Court 1867

 

Lewis W. Gay on Petition

Petition of Lewis W. Gay for the sale of the real estate of the infant children of Harriett Gay decd……….ordered filed away.

Order Book 13; P. 271; July Court 1868

Gay, Hattie Opal The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-19, 3-20-1975
Gay, Herbert T. (Hub) The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-7-1949
Gay, Herbert Taylor The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-5-1950
Gay, Hodge The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-21, 9-22-1977
Gay, J. B. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-1-1921
Gay, J. D. J. D. Gay administrator vs. W. W. Gay

…..E. S. Jouett appointed guardian ad litem for infant defendant W. W. Gay.

Order Book 20; P. 508; November Court 1889

 

J. D. Gay administrator vs. W. W. Gay

…..master to ascertain and make report of advancements made by James D. Gay to his children.

Order Book 20; P. 511; November Court 1889

Gay, J. Douglas Jr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-11-1988
Gay, J. Dunlap The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-31-1936
Gay, J. Hodge The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-6-1925
Gay, J. Warwick The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-6-1938
Gay, Jacob Douglas Sr. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-13-1945
Gay, James Matrimonial.

Garland Hale, of Lexington, and Mrs. James Gay, of Chicago, were married this week in the latter city. Mr. Hale is in the government service at Frankfort. Mrs. Gay was the widow of Jas. Gay, formerly of this city, and as Miss Russil Hill, was one of the belles of the Bluegrass.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 2, 1898

Gay, James The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-19-1928
Gay, James The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-5-1990
Gay, James Dunlap The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-9, 11-10-1964
Gay, James Eugene Sr. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-3, 4-5, 4-6-1996
Gay, James Gatewood The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-14, 5-15-1964
Gay, James Harlan The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-16, 1-18-2010
Gay, James Jr. Revolutionary War Soldier – Captain

List of Revolutionary Soldiers Who Were Citizens Of Clark County, Kentucky

Compiled By Mrs. William D. Clark, Of Hart Chapter, D.A.R.

Chairman Of Revolutionary Soldiers Graves

Winchester, Clark County, Kentucky, Library

Research Room

Gay, James L. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-18-1923
Gay, James R. Death of James R. Gay

Mr. James R. Gay, a prominent citizen of Woodford county, died Thursday morning after an illness of several months, aged seventy-nine years. He is survived by eight children, five sons and three daughters, and one sister, Mrs. Rebecca Wentworth. The funeral was held Saturday morning. Mr. Gay had many relatives in this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, December 4, 1906

Gay, James Sr. Charles Swift and James D. Gay, executors of Jas. Gay, dec’d, were the first persons in this county to pay their taxes this year. Newton T. Taylor was the second.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Tue., 6-3-1879

 

Will Book 1, Page 301

Dated: October 2, 1873

Recorded: January 22, 1877

Gay, James Sr. On the motion of James Gay who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him to obtain letters of administration on the estate of James Gay Sr., dec. giving security whereupon he together with Samuel Hanson entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $600 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 11; P.22; July Court 1840

 

Ordered that Eli Bean, William Nesbit, Thomas Donigan and James Wallis or any three of them being first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves (if any) and personal estate of James Gay Sr. dec. and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 11; P.22; July Court 1840

 

Satisfactory proof was made to the court by Jacob W. Gay and Samuel Hanson who are creditable witnesses that James Gay Sr. a revolutionary pensioner of the United States died on the twenty second day of June 1840 that at the time of his death he was an unmarried or single man and James Gay Jr., his administrator produced to the court a pension certificate numbered 22083 and dated second day of October one thousand eight hundred and thirty three and signed by John Robb acting secretary of war, for eighty dollars payable to said decedent James Gay Sr. during his natural life commencing on the 4th of March 1831 and payable semi annually on the 4th of March and 4th of September in every year.

Order Book 11; P.34; October Court 1840

 

Satisfactory proof was this day made to the court by the oaths of David Spencer, Samuel Hanson and Matthew _____ that James Gay a revolutionary pensioner of the United States departed this life on the 22nd day of June 1840 and that he was the identical person named in a pension certificate now produced in court numbered 22083 and bearing date at the war office of the United States the 2nd day of October 1832 granting to the said James Gay a pension of eighty dollars per annum commencing on the 4th day of march 1831. It was further proved to the court that he left no widow and that Hetty Copper late Hetty Gay, Benjamin P. Gay, John Gay, James Gay, Robert Gay Jacob W. Gay and John D. Gay are his only children and that they are all of lawful age and still living.

Order Book 11; P.52; November Court 1840

 

Inventory and appraisement of the estate of James Gay dec. was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 90; August Court 1841

 

Settlement with James Gay administrator of the estate of James Gay dec. was produced in court and ordered to be filed until next court.

Order Book 11; P. 155; October Court 1842

 

Settlement with James Gay administrator of the estate of James Gay dec. being filed at last term was again produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 169; November Court 1842

Gay, James T. (Sarge) The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-29-1994
Gay, Jas. D. Died, March 22d, from the effects of a carbuncle, Jas. D. Gay, aged 58 years. He was one of the most prominent farmers in the county, and his death will be universally regretted. His funeral was preached by Elder J. S. Kendrick at the family residence and his remains were interred in the cemetery. He leaves a wife and seven children.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 3-28-1888

 

Capt. D. J. Pendleton; Col. H. P. Thomson, Squires J. H. Hunt and John Evans, as Commissioners, have been engaged during the past week in dividing the lands of the late Jas. D. Gay. The farm contains 1,187 ½ acres.

The Winchester Democrat; Wednesday, October 15, 1890

 

The death of Capt. J. L. Wheeler brings to mind the fact that death is fast decimating the ranks of the Muckletonian Club, at one time the most prominent hunting and fishing club of the South. It was organized in 1872 with eighteen of the most prominent men of Winchester and vicinity as members. In addition to scores of minor trips they occasionally went on more extensive ones to Florida, Arkansas, the Pacific Slope, etc. These trips were truly days of true pleasure and good fellowship. Not a word of discord ever marred the harmony of their meetings. Col. R. N. Winn was the first President and still fills that position, although the remaining members are so few and scattered that the meetings of late years have been few. The first member die was John J. Eubank, followed in succession by Ben P. Goff, S. Grant Jackson, M. G. Taylor, Jas. D. Gay, David A. Gay, D. T. Buckner, John W. Prewitt, John A. Judy and J. L. Wheeler. The surviving members are r. N. Winn, Leeland Hathaway, J. D. Simpson, A. H. Sympson, and T. F. Phillips, of this city; Geo. R. Snyder and R. J. Snyder, of Louisville and Sam McKee, of Philadelphia. Ten have passed over the dark river while eight await the summons to join their comrades on the other side.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 4, 1894

Gay, Jas. P. Death Of Hon. Jas. P. Gay

Hon. Jas. P. Gay died at the home of his sister near Pisgah, Woodford county, Wednesday, after a long illness, aged 79 years. The remains were brought here for interment, and were taken to the residence of Mrs. M. A. Prewitt from whence they will be buried today.

Mr. Gay was a resident of this county until a few years ago since when he has resided in Woodford county.

He was a man of the most courtly bearing and possessed the polished manners of the gentlemen of the old school. He was an ardent Democrat and served in the Lower House of the Legislature for three terms as the representative of Clark County.

He leaves an only son Wash. Gay, who is now at Yuma, Arizona. He was related to many of our best people and was highly esteemed by our people.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., March 29, 1901

Gay, Jas. P. Jr. Died—At Orlando, Florida, Wednesday, June 12th, after a brief illness of congestion of the bowels Jas. P. Gay, Jr., aged 26 years. The remains arrived here Saturday and were interred in the cemetery at this place. He leaves a wife and a large circle of friends and relatives to mourn his untimely end.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 6-19-1889

 

COUNTY COURT-W. M. Gay appointed administrator of James P. Gay Jr.

The Democrat, Wednesday, December 28, 1892.

Gay, Jesse The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-27-1977
Gay, Joe                                 AA The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-9-1934
Gay, Joel Joel Gay, the twenty-one year old son of Weedon Gay, of Powell county, committed suicide Thursday by shooting himself through the head with a rifle. No cause assigned except despondency. This is the second young man to commit suicide in that section recently.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 8, 1894

Gay, John The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-9-1919
Gay, John The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-16-1934
Gay, John A. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-2-1983
Gay, John D. John D. Gay vs. William Winn

…………ordered this action be revived in the name of Robert Gay and Jonathan S. Gay administrators of said John D. Gay.

Order Book 12; P. 242; November Court 1865

 

A. C. Maxey &c vs. J. D. Gay’s Admin. ……..Equity

……defendants as administrators of J. D. Gay dec. pay in the settlement of the Guardians accounts of John d. Gay as the guardian of Sallie A. Broughton the payment the payment ………….to the plaintiff shall entitle the defendant as admin. aforesaid …………..

Order Book 12; P. 251; November Court 1865

 

A. C. Maxey &c vs. John D. Gay’s Admin. ………Equity

…………submitted to court for Judgment.

Order Book 12; P. 251; November Court 1865

 

John D. Gay’s Admin. vs. William Winn

…….continued ……..upon terms that no further continuances be granted for any cause.

Order Book 12; P. 299; November Court 1865

 

John D. Gay’s Admin. against William Winn

…..came a jury …….jury find for the plaintiff ……..plaintiff recover of defendant ……..

Order Book 12; P. 342; May Court 1866

 

John D. Gay’s Admin. against William Winn

……….defendant moved the court for a new trial ……..

Order Book 12; P. 353; May Court 1866

 

John D. Gay’s Admin. against Noah S. Ferguson

The defendant swore to and filed his answer.

Order Book 12; P. 364; May Court 1866

 

John D. Gay’s Admin. against Noah Ferguson

……adjudged that the plaintiff recover of the defendant………

Order Book 12; P. 379; May Court 1866

 

John D. Gay’s Admin. vs. William Winn

Order Book 12; P. 404; May Court 1866

Gay, John Woodford The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-28-1931
Gay, Lewis The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-27, 5-28-1993
Gay, Lewis W. Male, he was married, he as farmer, he was born in Clark County, KY, his parents were Ben and Maria Gay, he lived in Clark County, KY, he died in Clark County, KY, he died July 26, 1874 of softening of the brain.

CCKD

Gay, Lewis W. Lot belonging to infants James P. and W. M. Gay to be sold at auction, S. G. Gay as guardian shall receive money, S. Y. Stuart is appointed commissioner.

Order Book 14; P. 78; May Court 1870

Gay, Lewis W. It is ordered that this action be reviewed in the name of James H. French administrator of Lewis Gay decd.

Order Book 16; P. 36; November Court 1874

 

Ordered to pay to the defendant Mary (Bettie) Gay the sum of one thousand dollars in part satisfaction of the amount she is entitled to, for her dower right in the land that has been sold under the agreement in this case.

Order Book 16; P. 123; May Court 1875

 

Order to pay the balance of debts of said L. W. Gay decd. according to the master commissioners report and pay the widow Mrs. Bettie Gay the balance of her dower. Master Commissioner shall take all claims against said estate, cause is continued.

Order Book 16; P. 212; November Court 1875

 

James H. French vs. Bettie Gay and others

Special Commissioner James H. French, report is approved and confirmed and cause is continued.

Order Book 16; P. 258; May Court 1876

 

James H. French vs. Bettie Gay and others

Commissioner to pay the widow Bettie Gay the balance due her.

Order Book 16; P. 258; May Court 1876

 

It is ordered that all creditors having claims against the estate of L. W. Gay not yet proven and filed shall appear before Leeland Hathaway Master Commissioner, failure to appear and prove their claims shall have no claims against said Administrator and Commissioner. The Master Commissioner is directed to give notice of said order by publication in the Clark County Democrat by one month’s publication previous to October 20, 1876, cause is continued.

Order Book 16; P. 259; May Court 1876

 

Ordered that James H. French administrator of L. W. Gay decd. is directed to pay James D. Simpson treasure of the Presbyterian church the sum of fifty dollars – Case again referred to master – cause continued.

Order Book 16; P. 304; May Court 1876

 

James W. McClymonds vs. James P. Gay

The garnishee J. H. French as administrator of L. W. Gay swore to and filed his answer herein   and also the answer of James P. Gay and also the answer of J. W. Goff sworn to and filed and this case is ordered to be consolidated with the cases of Talaferro and others against J. P. Gay and this cause is submitted to the court for judgment.

Order Book 16; P. 445; May Court 1877

 

Consolidated cases of J. P. Gay are adjudged and defendants are not indebted in any amount.   It is therefore adjudged that the defendants James H. French administrator of L. W. Gay decd., John W. Goff guardian of W. M. Gay and of J. P. Gay Jr., Washington Miller, and B. A. and John Tracy be discharged as garnishees.

Order Book 16; P. 502; November Court 1877

 

L. W. Gay administrator vs. Bettie Gay

…ordered that this cause be referred to the matter to settle with J. H. Freida administrator of L. W. Gay deceased and to ascertain and report to whom the residue of L. W. Gay estate in the hands of said administrator is payable.

Order Book 17; P. 477; November Court 1880

 

L. W. Gay administrator vs. Bettie Gay

…commissioner filed a report…

Order Book 17; P. 480; November Court 1880

 

L. W. Gay administrator vs. Bettie Gay & co.

….settlement made with J. H. French administrator of L. W. Gay decd……..French as administrator aforesaid pay to the guardian of Mary L. Gay the infant child of L. W. Gay to wit Bettie Gay the balance in his hands….case ordered to be filed away.

Order Book 17; P. 503; November Court 1880

 

L. W. Gay committee vs. L. W. Gay & co.

It is ordered that this cause be filed away…..

Order Book 17; P. 522; November Court 1880

 

L. W. Gay administrator vs. Bettie Gay & co.

This cause is filed away with leave to re docket.

Order Book 17; P. 531; November Court 1880

Gay, Mack The Winchester Sun Sat., 7-26-1913
Gay, Mamie Taylor               AA The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-27, 7-28-1936
Gay, Martha RENUNCIATION OF WILL – WIDOW OF DAVID A. GAY

Will Book 2, Page 80

Dated: January 22, 1889

Recorded: January 23, 1889

Gay, Martha McGowen and Winn vs. George J. Fry

The defendant G. J. Gay filed a notice and the death of Martha Gay is suggested, and the plaintiff entered their appearance to the motion herein and it is ordered that this action be revived in the name of David Howell and Katie Howell, his wife, William S. Gay, John D. Gay, Breckenridge Gay, Watson Gay and James E. Gay heirs at law of said Martha Gay.

Order Book 16; P. 163; May Court 1875

Gay, Marvin E. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-19-1968
Gay, Marvin Nelson Jr. The Winchester Sun   Tue., 4-25-1978
Gay, Mary The Last Will and Testament of Mary Gay dec. was produced in court at the last term and continued until this court and being proven by the oath of John D. Gay (or 2 of the Legates mentioned in said will) and William ____ the other witness thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 446; November Court 1838

 

On the motion of Joseph Noe one of the executors named in the last will and testament of Mary Gay dec. who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form giving security whereupon he together with N. Noe and William Haggard entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $6000 conditioned as the law directs (the other executor named in said will refused to qualify).

Order Book 11; P.21; July Court 1840

Gay, Mary A. Mary A. Gay’s heirs &c On Petition

…………Buckner produced deed of conveyance to Matthew A. Gay …certified ……a deed of conveyance to Daniel Smith Trustee for James P. Gay ….certified

Order Book 10; P. 333; May Court 1860

 

Lewis W. Gay’s Gdn. On Petition

Petition filed sworn to by George F. Gay and James P. Gay with George F. Gay his security executed and acknowledged covenant to Lewis W. Gay….. approved by court and filed.

Order Book 10; P. 356; May Court 1860

 

Lewis W. Gay’s Gdn. On Petition ……..Equity

………….property   to be sold and deeds conveyed ……………

Order Book 10; P. 390; May Court 1860

 

Lewis W. Gay’s Gdn On Petition

……….cause continued……….

Order Book 10; P. 408; July Court 1860

 

James P. Gay’s Trustee On Petition

……….cause continued……….

Order Book 10; P. 408; July Court 1860

 

Lewis W. Gay’s Gdn. On Petition

……………causes stand continued ……………..

Order Book 10; P. 498; May Court 1861

 

J. P. Gay’s trustee On Petition

……………causes stand continued ……………..

Order Book 10; P. 498; May Court 1861

Gay, Matt A. Capt. Matt A. Gay, one of Frankfort’s oldest and most worthy citizens, died Saturday. He had long been partially paralyzed and died of paralysis and dropsy of the heart. He was born in this county, being a brother of Jas. P. Gay, Esq., but went to Frankfort when a young man.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Fri., 2-20-1880

Gay, Mrs. Ann Creech The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-15-1965
Gay, Mrs. Anna Age 69, female, she was a housewife, she was married, she was born in Fayette County, KY, her parents were Elijah and Mary Cartwell, she lived in Clark County, KY, she died in Clark County, KY, May 17, 1860 of dropsey.

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Gay, Mrs. Anna Fields The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-5-2005

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Wed., 5-4-2005

Gay, Mrs. Anna Hisle The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-8, 12-9-2000
Gay, Mrs. Beatrice Murray The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-28-2009
Gay, Mrs. Bettie Boyle The Winchester News Fri., 2-2-1912
Gay, Mrs. Christene Graves The Winchester Sun Tues., 4-12, 4-14, 4-15-2011
Gay, Mrs. Daisy The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-13, 9-14-1957

 

Card Of Thanks

The family of Mrs. Daisy Gay wishes to thank each one who was thoughtful of them in their hour of sorrow in the loss of their loved one. Especially do we thank Dr. T. E. Averett, staff of the Clark County Hospital, staff of the Clark County Hospital, staff of the Good Samaritan hospital, Lexington, donors of telegrams, cards, flowers, food, cars, the pallbearers. Mrs. Ann Stewart and Mrs. Ida Willliams for their solos, Rev. G. C. Bryant, Addie Lewis, David Jones and Rev. O. K. Matthews for their compelling words, I. D. Hearne and Haggard and Son Funeral Directors for their efficient service.

May God bless each one of you.

The Family

THE WINCHESTER SUN. SAT. 9/28/1957

 

The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-12-1958

Gay, Mrs. Eliza Blanton The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-6, 1-7-2005

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Wed., 1-5-2005

Gay, Mrs. Elizabeth Caldwell The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-23-1968
Gay, Mrs. Elizabeth Hughes Clark County Republican   Fri. 2-9-1917

The Semi-Weekly Sun   2-9-1917

The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-16, 2-15, 10-29, 10-30-1917

Gay, Mrs. Eva Holbrook The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-5, 9-6-2002
Gay, Mrs. James E. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-12-1923
Gay, Mrs. Jessie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-8, 2-10-1978
Gay, Mrs. Katie Death Of Mrs. Katie Gay

Mrs. Katie Gay died at a late hour Friday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jas. H. Evans, in the ninetieth year of her age.

She was a native of this county, a daughter of John Gardner. At the age of fifteen she married Dunlap Gay who died in 1865.   She was a woman of wonderful vitality and did not like most old people, live in the past, but kept fully posted on all matters, political and otherwise, of the current time.

For seventy-seven years she had been a member of the Methodist Church, and her funeral was preached at the Methodist Church of this city Sunday afternoon by Revs. Means and Froh, the remains were interred in the Winchester cemetery.

She leaves two sons, Robert Gay, of Montgomery county, and Watson Gay, of Bourbon county, and three daughters, Mrs. B. F. Curtis, Mrs. Jas. H. Evans and Mrs. Bettie Hunt, all of this county. Besides these she leaves a large number of grand-children and great-grandchildren.

She was a great favorite with all who knew her.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., April 17, 1900

Gay, Mrs. L. Callie Prewitt The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-24-1920
Gay, Mrs. Laura Died—At her home near Mt. Zion church Friday night, of brain disease, Mrs. Laura Gay, wife of J. Brack Gay, aged about thirty-five years. Funeral at the family residence yesterday by Rev. H. G. Henderson and burial in the Winchester cemetery. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Judy, of this city, and was most highly esteemed. She leaves three children ranging in age from six to thirteen years.

The Winchester Democrat Tuesday   December 14, 1897

 

W. M. Gay and wife attended the funeral of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Brack Gay, at Winchester Monday—Mt. Sterling Advocate.

The Winchester Democrat Friday   December 24, 1897

 

Grassy Lick

D. G. Howell and wife, J. D. Gay and wife, and J. E. Gay and wife attended the burial of Mrs. Brack Gay at Winchester Monday.

The Winchester Democrat Friday   December 24, 1897

Gay, Mrs. Laura The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-10-1959
Gay, Mrs. Lila Manning Chenault The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-2-1938
Gay, Mrs. Lillie Wasson The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-23-1958
Gay, Mrs. Margaret Kidd The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-9-1953
Gay, Mrs. Margaret Woodford The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-12-1954
Gay, Mrs. Mary The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-25, 1-26-1952
Gay, Mrs. Mary                       AA The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-24-1919
Gay, Mrs. Mary                     AA The Winchester Sun Fri., 10-22-1920
Gay, Mrs. Mary Margaret

Owings

The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-3-1998
Gay, Mrs. Mattie B. The Winchester Sun   Tue., 8-31-1915
Gay, Mrs. Nannie Catherine

Owens

The Winchester Sun,   Thurs., 3-10-1921
Gay, Mrs. Nannie Owens The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-27-1926
Gay, Mrs. Nannie Snyder

Domigan

The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-29-1956
Gay, Mrs. Ollie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-8-1952
Gay, Mrs. Rebecca H. At the residence of her son, R. B. Gay, near Youngers’ P. O. Boone county, Mo., on Sunday, Dec. 10, 1880, Mrs. Rebecca H. Gay, widow of the late John Gay, aged 79 years, 2 months and 17 days. On Monday, Mrs. Gay in passing from one room to another, accidentally fell, and it is supposed fractured her left thigh. She was unable to move afterwards. She suffered a great deal from her wound and eventually died as above stated. She leaves three children, two daughters and one son. Deceased moved to Boone county from Clark county, Ky., in 1837, her husband, John Gay, dying in this county, March 4th, 1872.   Mrs. Gay was a member of the Presbyterian (end of article, cannot read).

The Clark County Democrat     Wed., 1-19-1881

Gay, Mrs. Ruth Coleman The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-25, 8-26-1958
Gay, Mrs. Sallie DIED-Mrs. Sallie Gay, of Powell county, died Tuesday of heart trouble. She was the widow of Capt. Weedon Gay, formerly one of the best known men in the county.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 16, 1897.

Gay, Nannie Chenault The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-31-1936
Gay, Nelson The Winchester Sun     Mon., 8-22, 8-23-1932
Gay, Nelson Prewitt Jr. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-24, 5-25-1988
Gay, Obie D. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-7, 1-8, 1-10-1997
Gay, Polly Age 60, female, she lived in Clark County, KY, she died in Clark County, KY, she died in Clark County, KY, she died June 20, 1854 of heart trouble.

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Gay, Robert The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-8-1919
Gay, Robert H. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-16-1928
Gay, Robert T. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-13-1914
Gay, Ronald C. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-6-1997
Gay, Roscoe The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-20-1949
Gay, Roy Lee The Winchester Sun Tues, 77-10, -11, -12-2007
Gay, Russell The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-27-1979
Gay, Shields The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-16, 7-19-1993
Gay, Thomas Chenault The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-23-1956
Gay, Thos.                               AA Ordered that the Co. Treas. Pay Wm. Stubblefield five dollars for coffin for Thos. Gay of color.

Order Book 17; Page 372; October Court 1875

Clark County Courthouse Archives

Gay, Wash M. Death Of Wash Gay

Wash M. Gay, son of the late Hon. Jas. P. Gay, was one of Winchester’s most popular young men.   On account of ill health he went to Arizonia several years ago.

Some weeks since he returned in a very low state of health. He died Thursday night. He was about forty years of age and unmarried. His mother was a sister of Dr. Wash Miller.

The burial was at the cemetery here Saturday afternoon with services by Eld. J. R. Savage.   The pall-bearers were Thos. Robinson, C. B. Stewart, James K. Hodgkin, Tom Vanmeter, Robt. T. Gay, and Maurice Miller.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Dec. 14, 1905

Gay, Watt M. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-27-1926
Gay, Watt M. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-13-1948
Gay, Weedon Died; Capt. Wedon Gay one of the most prominent citizens of Powell county, died suddenly Saturday of heart disease. His only son committed suicide in his presence a short time ago, and this is thought hastened Capt. Gay’s death. He has numerous relatives here.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 15, 1894

 

DIED-Mrs. Sallie Gay, of Powell county, died Tuesday of heart trouble. She was the widow of Capt. Weedon Gay, formerly one of the best known men in the county.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 16, 1897.

Gay, William The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-4, 1-7-1922
Gay, William The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-28-1973
Gay, William W. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-31, 11-2-1936
Gayhart, Alex The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-9-1921
Gayhart, Blanche The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-18-1946
Gayheart, John L. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-23-1940
Gayheart, Mrs. Wanda Clark

(Smokey)

The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-5, 2-6-2004
Gayheart, Ralph C. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-29, 7-30, 7-31-2004
Gayheart, Richard The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-17-1990
Gayle, James Died—At his home in Owen county, Saturday night, James Gayle, a leading citizen of that county, aged 71 years. He leaves a wife and eight children, one of them being James Gayle, of this city.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, January 15, 1897

Gayle, Walter S. Deaths

Mr. Walter S. Gayle died at Monterey, Ky., Saturday, after an illness of a few days of typhoid fever.   Mr. Gayle was a well known banker and a brother to James Gayle formerly of this city.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Aug. 25, 1903

Gaylord, Ellis B. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-28-1959
Gaylord, James R. Jr. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-9, 2-10-1949
Gaylord, James Richard The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-7, 5-9-1966
Gaylord, John The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-4-1927
Gaylord, Mrs. Allie Berry The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-26-1978
Gaylord, Mrs. Clara The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-14-1962
Gaylord, Mrs. John P. Mrs. John P. Gaylord died at her home in this city Friday morning of consumption aged forty-nine years and ten months.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, January 11, 1910

Gaylord, Mrs. Lizzie Snowden The Winchester Sun Sat., 1-12-1952
Gaylord, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-30-1966
Gays, M. T. Murder And Suicide

Adairville, Ky., Jan. 5

In an altercation which occurred in Dr. Gays’ office Wednesday morning Dr. M. T. Gays shot and killed Ed O. Griffey, then turned and shot himself through the heart.   Both died instantly. They were prominent in social and commercial circles.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 9, 1900

Gear, Charles Brandenburg – Charles Gear was shot to death, Joseph Thomas was fatally wounded   and Preston Gear crawled into the woods presumably dying from a gun shot wound during a fight over a crap game at Big Springs, Ky. Each of the three men were shot in the abdomen. James Tate and Joseph Ammon are charged with the crime. The three victims are sons of well known families.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, August 19, 1910

Gear, Preston Brandenburg – Charles Gear was shot to death, Joseph Thomas was fatally wounded   and Preston Gear crawled into the woods presumably dying from a gun shot wound during a fight over a crap game at Big Springs, Ky. Each of the three men were shot in the abdomen. James Tate and Joseph Ammon are charged with the crime. The three victims are sons of well known families.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, August 19, 1910

Gearhart, Mark The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-21-1929
Gearhart, William The Winchester Sun Thur., 11-22-1917
Gearheart, A. Trouble Over Beans

Salyersville, Ky., Aug. 2

John Timberger, it is charged, shot and instantly killed A. Gearheart, a wealthy farmer, at the German camp, ten miles above here. Trouble over beans the cause.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Aug. 6, 1901

Gearheart, Mrs. Martha Frances The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-26-1935
Geary, Boone The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-28-1924
Geary, Hubert The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-7-1919
Geary, Kenneth Lloyd The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-17, 11-18-1987
Geary, Kenneth Lloyd Jr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-8-1943
Geary, Mrs. Bessie Feland Elam The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-18, 10-20-1997
Geary, Robert The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-12, 9-13-2003
Geary, Willard The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-7-1919
GeBurke, Mrs. J. L. The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-2-1912
Geddes, Samuel Covington Murder Mystery

Covington, Ky., Aug. 5.—The body of Samuel Geddes lies in the morgue, and the police of two cities are hunting for the woman who is thought to have poisoned him out of mere pique at being discharged from her position as his housekeeper.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 6, 1895

Gee, Dudley The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-22, 1-23-1931
Gee, Mrs. Lucy The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-26-1951
Gee, S. D. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-3-1931
Geers, Leslie Died

Leslie Geers, a well known printer of Lexington, and at one time an attache of this office, died in Lexington Wednesday.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., August 11, 1899

Gegg, Antonio A Hung Jury

The jury in the case of the Commonwealth against W. T. Pryse pending in the Jefferson Circuit Court, charged with the murder of Antonio Gegg upon the streets of Louisville some time ago, failed to agree upon a verdict, eleven of them for conviction. The case will be tried in May again. Pryse lives in Beattyville and was a student at a Louisville Medical College.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., April 28, 1903

Gegley, Emmet The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-18-1936
Geiger, H. C. Fireman Killed and Engineer Injured

Crowley, La., Nov. 19.—A successful attempt at train wrecking was perpetrated Saturday night on the branch road four miles south of Eunice. The obstruction caused the engine, baggage car and passenger coach to turn over. Fireman H. C. Geiger was killed and Engineer Joseph Maulden seriously injured. There is no clew to the identity of the wreckers.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1894

Geiger, Jacob The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-31-1922
Geiger, Louis The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-3-1959
Geiger, Mrs. Mary Bowman The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-18-1977
Geigher, Mrs. Ella Berry The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-20-1940
Gelia, Mrs. Ivetta Regina The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-29-1985
Gelvin, Jack A mob lynched Jack Gelvin at Paris, Ky.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday August 27, 1895

Gentry Family Union of Gentry Family.

Monday morning, August 1st. R. D. Hunter and family, V. W. Bush and family, A. G. Bush and family, Maj. Wm. Bush, of Texas, R. H. C. Bush, Mrs. Ella McCoy and daughter, of Indianapolis, and quite a number of others, will leave for Crab Orchard Springs to attend the union of the Gentry family which will be held there the first week in August. The object of this meeting is to bring together as many as possible of the descendants from the revolutionary soldier, Richard Gentry, his brother, David, two sisters, Winnie and Oney, and of his uncles, Martin, Watson, William and Mose Gentry, all of whom came from Virginia, in pioneer days, some settling permanently in Kentucky, others having pushed farther westward as the country advanced. Extensive committees of arrangements have been established for this State, Missouri and other places. A large attendance is expected and every effort is being made to make the meeting a source of great pleasure and information to all who may be present. The Kentucky members will meet at Lexington Monday morning and proceed in a body from there to Crab Orchard. The members from western States will meet at St. Louis and come from that point in a body, meeting the Kentucky delegation at Crab Orchard Monday evening.

L. H. Bush, of this city, was secretary of the Kentucky contingent and has been indefatigable in working up the matter. Much of the success of the enterprise is due to his diligence and good management.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 29, 1898

Gentry, Bobbie Lee The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-14, 7-23-1969
Gentry, Charles The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-3-1957
Gentry, Charles William (Bill) The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-13, 9-14-2000
Gentry, Charley The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-3-1931
Gentry, Charlie                       AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-2-1932
Gentry, child Age 1, female, she was born in Clark County, KY, she lived in Clark County, KY, her parents were Jack and Mary Bush, she died in Clark County, KY, she died March 25, 1855, she died of complications of the brain.

CCKD

Gentry, Clarence S. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-22-1988
Gentry, Cynthia A. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-8-1990
Gentry, Dick The Gentry reunion at St. Louis last week was a great success in every way. There were a number of amusing features at the Meramac Highlands summer resort where the clans have assembled. A bell boy called “ Telegram for Mr. Gentry,” and fifty men arose from their seats and stepped forward. “Mr. Richard Genry,” said the boy in dismay. Seventeen men continued to press forward. A St. Louis society swell called at the hotel and asked to see Miss Gentry. “There are twenty-two of them,” said the clerk. “Miss Elizabeth,” said the young man. “And seven Miss Elizabeth’s.” “She is very pretty.” “They are all very pretty.” replied the clerk. The original “Old” Dick Gentry died years ago, but left sixteen sons and three daughters, and the habit of rearing large families, and the habit and the families have grown till now there are 10,000 of these Gentrys and more than 125 of them are Dick Gentrys, too. All of them are not at the inn now, but enough are there to make a pretty respectable showing. They were all Kentuckians originally but now most of them claim Missouri as their State.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 8, 1899.

Gentry, Dillard The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-6-1918
Gentry, Earl Lee The Winchester Sun Fri., 7-22-1932
Gentry, Elizabeth Age 7, female, she was born in Clark County, KY, her parents were Pleasant and Mary Gentry, she died in Clark County, KY, March 15, 1855 of heart fever.

CCKD

Gentry, Frank The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-24, 7-25, 7-26-1989
Gentry, G.W. Jr. Mt. Vernon – G.W. Gentry, Jr., a sawyer, was killed by being shot through the stomach by Town Marshal G.R. Ferguson. The trouble came up over the marshal having arrested a son of Gentry some time since. It is alleged Gentry struck Ferguson in the face when the latter opened fire.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, August 2, 1910

 

Mt. Vernon – Town Marshal G.R. Ferguson had an examining trial on the charge of having shot and killed G.W. Gentry in a difficulty here. County Judge L.W. Bethurum held the defendant in the sum of $2,000, which was given and the marshal was released from custody.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, August 2, 1910

Gentry, George                     AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-1-1929
Gentry, George Canda The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-21, 3-22-1975
Gentry, George William The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-29-1944
Gentry, Green                         AA Killed His Son-In_Law

The examining trial of Jerry Noland, colored, charged with the murder of his son-in-law, Green Gentry, has been set for next Tuesday, August 30, before Judge Evans.

The killing occurred on last Saturday night near the entrance to the Broadway Baptist Church.   Gentry was shot twice and died instantly. Noland escaped but through the efforts of the officers was located next morning at the home of another son-in-law, Porter Gentry, at Lisleville, near the Kentucky river, and brought to town by Deputy Sheriff Stokely.

Noland and the dead man lived neighbors in Madison county, and were regarded as peaceable, well-to-do citizens.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Aug. 25, 1904

 

Held Without Bail.

The examining trial before Judge Evans of Jerry Noland, colored, charged with the murder of his son-in-law, Green Gentry occupied all of Tuesday and resulted in the accused being held to Circuit Court without bail.

Noland was ably defended by attorney Jno. M. Stevenson, assisted by a number of prominent attorneys from Richmond. The Commonwealth was represented by County Attorney Jeffries who acquitted himself with much credit. A number of prominent citizens of Madison county testified as to the good character of the defendant and his reputation for truth of veracity. Among those who came over on the morning train from Richmond to attend the trial were Attorneys Jno. C. Chenault, D. M. Chenault, J. Tevis Cobb and James Noland; Sheriff J. W. Bales, Messrs. Leslie Evans, Mike Baxter, Thos. M. Oldham, Jno. F. Wagers. Jos. West, Stephen Green, Cyrus Baxter, Wm. Olds, Charley Jackson, Dee Bush and George Noland.

The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday, September 1, 1904

 

The trials of Eli Cary for the murder of Nannie Taylor and Jerry Noland for the murder of Green Gentry are set for Tuesday next, Sept. 27.

The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday, September 22, 1904

 

Circuit Court

The case against Jerry Noland, colored, charged with the murder of Green Gentry, colored, was called and continued to the second day of the December term. Noland was admitted to bail in the sum of $5,000, which he gave.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Sept. 29, 1904

 

In the Jerry Noland case a strong effort was made for a change of venue, also for continuance, which were denied by the court, and the trial entered into.

At the close of court Tuesday evening six jurors had been accepted.

The following is the jury as completed in the Noland case: C. T. Gamboe, Sr., John Bartlett, J. D. Gravitt, W. D. Rupard, J. F. Piersall, F. C. Guy, G. H. Fox, J. N. Osborne, Johnson Aldridge, W. E. Welden and Allen Sams. The attorneys for the prosecution are B. A. Crutcher, S. A. Jeffries and J. Smith Hays. For the defense, J. C. Chenault, of Richmond, J. M. Stevenson and F. H. Haggard, of this city.

A number of witnesses were examined yesterday. The testimony so far, is very damaging to the accused. He shot and killed Green Gentry near the front door of the Broadway colored Baptist church in this city. It was during the State Association of colored Baptists that was being held here last summer. According to witnesses, without warning he caught hold of Gentry, jerked him around, struck him and shot him twice. When Gentry fell, he shot him a third time. The excellent character and bearing of the witnesses who, are all colored, is a subject of comment. They are not the kind of negroes that are usually heard as witnesses in the courts. The trial will last for several days. We understand that a large number of witnesses from Madison county will appear to prove the good character of Noland.

The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday, April 20, 1905

 

The Noland Case.

The jury in the case of Jerry Noland, after failing to agree from Thursday afternoon to Saturday noon, returned a verdict of not guilty. In view of the comments that we have heard since the verdict, we regret exceedingly that we did not hear more of the testimony. We only heard one witness, George Taliaferro, but Mr. Frank Gordan, who sitting near us reported that some six or seven other witnesses had testified in substance the same as Taliaferro.

We have taken some pains to investigate the plea of self-defense, upon which Noland was acquitted. From all the information available, we conclude that Noland was the aggressor; that Gentry came out of the church and when he arrived at the lower step he was attacked by Noland; that Noland drew his pistol, that he punched Gentry with the pistol, and during the altercation he fired three shots, one after Gentry had fallen; he then ran across the street, with his pistol in his hand, he was struck by James Coleman; that he fell down at the curbing on the South side of the street, got up; went west to where two poles are standing, at this point displaying his pistol to those who were trying to apprehend him. We do not know if this was the evidence before the jury; the testimony of the arresting officer was that Noland’s arm was hurt and that he had a bruise over his eye. It is not the opinion of any of the witnesses that he could have received the bruises while he was engaged with Gentry.

The killing occurred at the Broadway Baptist church in this city during the session of the State Association last summer. The church was crowded and a large number of people were on the outside. We do not question the honesty of the jury, but we do believe that they made a mistake, and we know that no action in our courts in the past twenty years has caused so much feeling.

The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday, April 27, 1905

Gentry, Harvey The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-14-1952
Gentry, Harvey The Winchester Sun Sat., 6-16, 7-8-1951
Gentry, Henry Clay (Jack) The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-17, 1-18-1984
Gentry, Hood The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-19-1977
Gentry, Irvin W. Sr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-14, 5-15-1976
Gentry, Irvin William The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-12-2011
Gentry, J. B. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-2-1987
Gentry, Jacob The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-13-1918
Gentry, Jacob                         AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-27-1915
Gentry, James Inventory and appraisement of the estate of James Gentry dec. was produced approved and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 220; January Court 1835

 

Amount of sales of the estate of James Gentry dec. was produced in court approved and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 220; January Court 1835

Gentry, James B. Jr. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-22-1991
Gentry, James Sr. Motion of James Gentry certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of James Gentry Sr. decd. with Thomas Palmer and John Foster security.

Order Book 10; P. 128; July Court 1833

 

Order for the appraisal of the slaves if any and personal estate of James Gentry Sr. decd.

Order Book 10; P. 128; July Court 1833

Ordered that David Hampton be added to appraise the estate of James Gentry Sr. decd. in place of R. L. Cooper

Order Book 10; P. 137; August Court 1833

Gentry, Jim                           AA Mooresville; Uncle Jim Gentry, an old and respected darkey, was found on the farm of John Locknane one day last week so badly frozen that he died before he was gotten home.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 29, 1893

Gentry, Jimmie Died—The Richmond Pantograph thus notes the passing of one of Madison’s oldest and best citizens who has numerous relatives here: “One of the best known men and one of he oldest citizens of the county, “Uncle” Jimmie Gentry, died at his home four miles East of Richmond yesterday morning, May 4, 1898, aged ninety-five years of old age. He had never before been sick. He was a faithful member of the Christian Church. Eight children, one hundred and twenty grand-children and great grand-children survive him. The funeral was preached at the family residence by Rev. T. Q. Martin, thence burial in the Gentry burying ground.”

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 10, 1898

Gentry, Jimmy The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-29, 1-31, 2-1-2011
Gentry, John Fatal Shooting

Sunday afternoon, John Gentry, who keeps a grocery and liquor establishment near Athens, in Fayette county, had a row with A. Fisher or Fishback, a negro, known by both names.

Gentry was shot in the leg, in the breast, and in the groin, the last wound thought fatal.   The Sheriff’s office and the police of this place were notified that Fuller had started this way, and Sunday evening Deputy Sheriffs Stokely and Bedford started to arrest him. He was traced to a cabin on the place of Frank Lanter, near Becknerville. He was still drinking deeply and was heavily armed. The only way to the loft where he was located was up a step ladder. Knowing his desperate character, the two officers wisely refrained following him in the darkness, but contented themselves with watching the house until daylight. By some means, however Fuller managed to escape through a small window upstairs and escaped over an adjoining roof. It is thought he will be captured soon.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 14, 1902

 

The Victim Died

John Gentry, of Chilesburg, who was shot several days ago by Abe Fuller, a negro, died Thursday at the hospital at Lexington from the effects of his wounds. Fuller was found the night of the killing in a cabin on Frank Lanter’s place near Becknerville by Deputy Sheriffs Stokley and Bedford, but jumped from a second story window and escaped in the darkness, he has not been heard of since. Gentry kept a store in Fayette county, Fuller came in drunk and boisterous and when Gentry ordered him to keep quite, he shot Gentry, inflicting a fatal wound. There was considerable talk of lynching Fuller at the time if he had been caught.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 28, 1902

Gentry, Lee The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-30-1945
Gentry, M. B. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-16-1930
Gentry, Mamie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-26-1913
Gentry, Mattie The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-2-1946
Gentry, Maude                       AA African American Female, Married, Born May 5, 1878, 59 years old, Father-Taylor Grenston, Mother-unknown, Died February 8, 1937.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate Number 3589, Volume 1937.

The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-8-1937

Gentry, Mrs. Easter               AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-17-1914
Gentry, Mrs. Ethel Quisenberry The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-18, 8-19-1955
Gentry, Mrs. Fannie              AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-13-1931
Gentry, Mrs. George The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-24-1916
Gentry, Mrs. Helen The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-30, 10-31, 11-2, 11-3-1992
Gentry, Mrs. Helen Jacobs The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-8-1969
Gentry, Mrs. Ida May The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-30-1946
Gentry, Mrs. Jacob The Winchester Sun Sat., 7-26-1913
Gentry, Mrs. Julia Ann Madison-Died-Mrs. Julia Ann Gentry, near Union City, aged 55 years.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 8-28-1889

Gentry, Mrs. Margaret Godfrey The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-23-2000
Gentry, Mrs. Mary                 AA The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-11-1937
Gentry, Mrs. Mary Ann The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-5-1960
Gentry, Mrs. Mary Mason The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-1-1982
Gentry, Mrs. Mattie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-4-1944
Gentry, Mrs. Mattie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-5-1945
Gentry, Mrs. Mattie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-3-1948
Gentry, Mrs. Mattie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-3-1949
Gentry, Mrs. Peter Mrs. Peter Gentry, of Boyle County, who has many relatives in this county, died last Saturday.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Tue., 5-27-1879

Gentry, Mrs. Pleasant Died—Mrs. Pleasant Gentry, of Madison county died last week aged 64 years. For forty years she had been a helpless invalid.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 16, 1898

Gentry, Mrs. Rosana The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-16-1914
Gentry, Mrs. Vienne S. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-3-1999
Gentry, Myron William The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-5-1995
Gentry, Nannie Waco

Died, Monday, April 13th, of consumption, Nannie, the thirteen-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Gentry.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., April 17, 1903

Gentry, Nannie Drake The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-28-2003
Gentry, Nicholas A Veterans Last Call

Vanceburg, Ky. Feb. 14

Col. Nicholas Gentry, an old soldier of the civil war, died here. He was distinguished for bravery in several important battles.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Feb. 21, 1899

Gentry, Park The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-30, 10-31-1969
Gentry, Peter One hundred and eighty-eight head of fat cattle belonging to the estate of the late Peter Gentry, were   sold to Embry, agent for Morris, at $4.75 for delivery between the 15th of July and the 15th of August.—Danville Advocate

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 19, 1894

Gentry, Peter Went To Richmond

Eld. J. W. Harding was summoned to Madison county Wednesday to preach the funeral of Peter Gentry, who died the previous day of consumption.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., July 10, 1903

Gentry, Pleas H. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-26, 12-27, 12-28-1996
Gentry, Pleasant T. Died—Rev. Pleasant T. Gentry, the oldest Baptist minister in Missouri, and well known in this county, died at his home in Sturgeon, that State, Nov. 22nd aged eighty-five years.

The Winchester Democrat Friday   December 24, 1897

 

Disposed Of Their Interests

David Gentry, Principal of the Booneville, Mo. schools, was here this week. He is a son of Pleasant Gentry who went to Missouri from Madison county many years ago. His wife was Miss Eubank, whose mother was a daughter of the late Jas. Rutledge, and the mission of Mr. Gentry was to dispose of the interests of his wife and her sister in the estate. He sold the interest, one-fourth, in the real estate and personalty to Messars. James and Phil Rutledge for five thousand dollars.

The Winchester Democrat Fri., April 21,1899

Gentry, Porter The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-22-1950
Gentry, Porter The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-20-1951
Gentry, Porter The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-24-1954
Gentry, Richard Obeyed The Scriptures

In reference to the Gentry reunion, the Louisville Times says: “ The Revolutionary soldier, Richard Gentry, to whom 10,000 good American citizens of the present day trace their origin, deserves a national monument in commemoration of his faithful obedience to the scriptural injunction to multiply and replenish the earth.”

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., July 4, 1899

 

Thomas Benton Gentry and wife, of Kansas City, Mo., are visiting his cousins, V. W. Bush and wife. Thos. Gentry is the son of General Richard Gentry who was killed in Florida in 1837 in the Seminole war.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 19, 1898

Gentry, Richard Henry The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-27-1953
Gentry, Robert The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-21-1958
Gentry, Russell The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-18, 8-20-2005
Gentry, Russell Edward The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-12-1952
Gentry, Sam The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-18-1933
Gentry, Shirley The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-21-1927
Gentry, Silas                        AA Silas Gentry, colored, or “Hicks” as he was called, and probably the oldest man in the county, died Friday, aged something over ninety years. For many years he was one of the best known blacksmith’s of the county and was quite popular with the white people.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Sept. 5, 1899

 

County Court Items

The will of Silas Gentry, colored was admitted to probate.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Sept. 29, 1899

Gentry, Smith Mr. L. H. Bush went to Lexington Friday to attend the funeral of his relative, Mr. Smith Gentry.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 2, 1906

 

Mr. John Keyes attended the funeral of their relative, Mr. Smith Gentry, at Lexington Friday.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan 2, 1906

Gentry, Thomas Edgar The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-27-1932
Gentry, W. H. Gen. Gentry dead

Gen. W.H. Gentry, who has numerous relatives in this county, died Tuesday night in a Lexington hospital, aged 67 years. He organized the reunions of the Gentry family and relations which was known all over the country.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, May 8, 1908

Gentry, Wilma L. Watts The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-1-1990
George, C. B. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-14, 11-16, 11-17-1932
George, Cornelius B. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-24, 7-25-1942
George, David Brian The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-14-2010
George, David E. Strange and apparently authentic testimony tends to prove that David E. George, who died January 14 at Enid, Okla., was John Wilkes Booth, the assassin of Abraham Lincoln. Claims to this effect made after an alleged deathbed confession by George are further born out by the announcement that Junius Brutus Booth, a nephew of the assassin, has identified the body of George as that of his uncle, and that Joseph Jefferson, Clara Morris and others have agreed with him in the identification. Added to this is a statement from Basil Moxley, of Baltimore, that the body lowered into a grave in Greenwood cemetery by him and three other pall-bearers was not that of Booth, as the world at the time was led to believe.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 5, 1903

George, Elbert The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-29-1958
George, Henry Died—Henry George, probably the most unique political character in the county, and an independent Democratic candidate for Mayor of Greater New York, died suddenly Friday. His death will still further complicate the situation in that great city.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 2, 1897.

George, James The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-10-1927
George, James Sr. Death of Jas. George, Sr.

Well known citizen of Carlisle dies in this city Sunday morning – Burial in Carlisle

Mr. James George, Sr., died Sunday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Thomas Fitzgerald, corner of Highland and Washington streets, aged seventy-six years. He had been in declining health for some time, suffering from asthma, but the immediate cause of his death was a stroke of paralysis which he sustained Saturday evening. The remains were taken to Carlisle Monday morning and the funeral and burial will take place there this morning. Mr. George was a native of Ireland but had lived in Kentucky for many years, his home being at Carlisle where he was engaged in contracting and building. He was a Presbyterian in church affiliation and a prominent Royal Arch Mason. His wife has been dead for many years, and his is survived by the following children: Messrs. C.B. and W.W. George, Mrs. Thomas Fitzgerald, and Mrs. William P. Hackett, of this city, Messrs. James and Robert George and Mrs. John Porter, of Carlisle. One other son, Thomas George, died in this city a few months ago. He was a prominent citizen, highly esteemed by all who knew him and his death is much regretted.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, March 15, 1910

 

Mrs. Ellen Shea, of Paris, was called here Sunday by the death of her brother-in-law,     Mr. James George.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, March 15, 1910

George, James Sylvester DIED-Friday night, at the home of Mr. S. B. White, on Winn Avenue, James Sylvester, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. George, aged seven months. The little one had always been frail and delicate and dropped into eternal sleep without a sigh or a struggle. This was the only child of the fond parents and they idolized it with lavish attentions. The funeral services were held at St. Joseph’s church Sunday morning, conducted by Rev. Father Major and the remains were carried to Paris for interment in the Catholic cemetery at that place. The unusually large funeral procession, one of the largest ever seen here, attest the sincere sympathy of condoling friends.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 11, 1895.

 

OBITUARY

That life is but an illusion: a vapor gilded by a sunbeam whose rays are sadly dispelled by a sadness crushing the poor heart with its weight of sorrow, was sadly verified in the death of James S., infant son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. George, at Winchester June 8th.

Just seven sweet months died baby linger with its fond young parents, then god claimed his own loved jewel to shine in His own house, though baby’s home was darkened.   Yesterday life went well; to-day all is reversed. The sad heart can scarcely lift itself to pray. It seems hard to say it is “all for the best.” As o’er a tiny grassmound softly the sweet flowers drop red tears, while a broken-hearted father and mother’s tears mingle for their darling, but they do not weep as one without hope, for in their arms they’ll clasp him-their own baby again.

Baby is not dead-laughing, blue-eyed baby, whom the angel bore above to blossom as a star of love, hope and joy in the “Beautiful Beyond.” God needed one more angel from amidst His lily band, and, so baby’s tiny hands were folded over the little breast; the round, blue eyes closed with Heaven’s kiss; the little feet are stilled, one more little cherub wakes in the arms of Infinite Love where he awaits-always young, sweet and fair-leaning over Heaven’s parapet with outstretched arms for its parents. To them god gave a holy charge, the keeping of an angel, who will joyfully greet them when life’s brief span is o’er, in our External Home.

Gone beyond the darksome river,

Only left us by the way’

Gone beyond the night forever,

Only gone to endless day,

Gone to meet angel faces

There our darling treasure lingers;

Gone awhile from our embraces

Gone within the gates ajar.

M. C. W.

Mt. Sterling, KY.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 21, 1895.

George, Joe                           AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-18-1924
George, John Jr. On motion of Enoch Elkin who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of John George dec. in due form giving security whereupon he together with Smallwood A. Elkin and Fielding Bush entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $15000 conditioned as the law directs. The widow being present in court and waiving her right to administer.

Order Book 12; P. 417; November Court 1851

 

On motion of Enoch Elkin admin. of John George dec. ordered that James Kennedy, Pleasant Matthews, Jeremiah Bush, Phil J. Quisenberry or any 3 of them being sworn do appraise the personal estate and slaves of said decedent and report to this court.

Order Book 12; P. 417; November Court 1851

 

On motion of Enoch Elkin admin. and Elizabeth George widow and relict of John George dec. ordered that James Kennedy, Jeremiah Bush, Philip Quisenberry and Pleasant Matthews or any 3 of them being sworn do lay off and allot unto the said Elizabeth George her dower in the lands and slaves of said John George deceased and make report to this court.

Order Book 12; P. 419; November Court 1851

 

Allotment of dower to Elizabeth George widow and relict of John George dec. in the land and slaves of said decedent was produced in court ……….approved ………….recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 433; December Court 1851

 

Ordered that Jeremiah Bush be appointed guardian of the estate of Mildred George infant orphan of John George dec. ………security ….with Colby Bush and James Bush ……bond in penalty of $1200…….

Order Book 12; P. 435; December Court 1851

 

Ordered that Jeremiah Bush be appointed guardian of the estate of John Nicholas George infant orphan of John George dec. ………security ….with Colby Bush and James Bush ……bond in penalty of $1200…….

Order Book 12; P. 435; December Court 1851

 

Ordered that Jeremiah Bush be appointed guardian of the estate of Luann George infant orphan of John George dec. ………security ….with Colby Bush and James Bush ……bond in penalty of $1200…….

Order Book 12; P. 435; December Court 1851

 

Ordered that Jeremiah Bush be appointed guardian of the estate of Frances George infant orphan of John George dec. ………security ….with Colby Bush and James Bush ……bond in penalty of $1200…….

Order Book 12; P. 435; December Court 1851

 

Settlement with the guardian of Mildred George was produced …..filed.

Order Book 12; P. 555; April Court 1853

 

Settlement with the guardian of Frances George was produced …..filed.

Order Book 12; P. 555; April Court 1853

 

Settlement with the guardian of John N. George was produced …..filed.

Order Book 12; P. 555; April Court 1853

 

Settlement with the guardian of Luanne George was produced …..filed.

Order Book 12; P. 555; April Court 1853

 

Settlement with the guardian of Mildred, Frances, John N. and Luanne George being filed again produced ………approved ……..recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 557; May Court 1853

 

Court vs. F. Bush as admin. of John George dec. on summons

Ordered that the summons herein be dismissed.

Order Book 12; P. 589; September Court !853

 

Settlement with the admin. of John George Jr., was produced …..approved …..recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 600; November Court !853

Order Book 12; P. 613; December Court 1853

 

…to ascertain the present value of the dower of Mrs. Elizabeth Richards in the land conveyed by John George Jr. dec. …..continue

Order Book 8; P. 216; October Court 1854

 

..that James Lisle and wife and other heirs of John George Sr. dec., having conveyed and defrayed all their title to the land in contest to the children and heirs of John George Jr. dec., ….convey to the defendant Joseph Bush all the right and title to the children of aforesaid John George Jr. in the land named ……continued

Order Book 8; P. 258; October Court 1854

 

..a deed of conveyance to Joseph Bush Jr.   approved…

Order Book 8; P. 293; October Court 1854

 

John George’s heirs &c On Petition

……slave be sold…….. interest of infants require such sale ……..cause continued.

Order Book 10; P. 370; May Court 1860

 

John George’s heirs On Petition

……….cause continued……….

Order Book 10; P. 408; July Court 1860

 

John George’s heirs On Petition ………….Equity

Ordered that these causes stand continued.

Order Book 10; P. 440; November Court 1860

 

George N. Blakemore & wife vs. Jeremiah Bush &c

Ordered that this cause be referred to A. H. Buckner Master Commissioner to state and settle he account of defendant Bush as guardian of the female plaintiff and that Thomas Hart, Colby Quisenberry & Hames Hodgkin make partition of the land and slaves of John George Jr. dec. amongst the plaintiffs and the other heirs of John George Jr. ……………………….

Order Book 10; P. 458; November Court 1860

 

John George’s heirs On Petition

………..cause filed away.

Order Book 10; P. 491; May Court 1861

George, John N. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-17-1924
George, John Sr. Mildred and Frances George infant children of John George and devices of John George dec. by Cadivallo Jones their next friend appeared in court and made a motion to prove the last will and testament of the said John George dec. and gave notice of their intention to rely upon the proof and establishment of a copy of said last will and testament in consequence of the spoliation and mutilation of the original paper or will itself and on the application of the said Mildred and Frances George by their next friend aforesaid motion is continued until the next term of this court.

Order Book 12; P. 117; June Court 1848

 

Ordered that Stephen Eubank be appointed curator of the estate of John George Sr. deceased and who entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $20,000 with James Bybee, __ Hampton and James Kennedy as securities……..

Order Book 12; P. 118; June Court 1848

 

Stephen Eubank esq. curator of the estate of John George Sr., dec returned an inventory of the estate of said John George………………

Order Book 12; P. 127; July Court 1848

 

The motion made by Mildred and Frances George heretofore entered was called up and the paper therein named was produced to court for probate as the last will and testament of John George Sr. deceased and thereupon John E. Lyle, James Lyle, Horatio Ecton and Benjamin Dyche by their attorney appeared and opposed the probate thereof alleging that the said writing spoken of as a copy and the original thereof were neither of them the last will and testament of said deceased and the parties and their evidence being heard and the court being significantly advised is of opinion that although said writing presents as a copy as a substantial and true copy of the said writing purporting to be the last will and testament of said decedent yet in fact that said writing was either of them ………………………………

Order Book 12; P. 142; August Court 1848

 

On the motion of Fielding Bush, John George Jr. being presenting and consenting thereto who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of John George Sr. deceased………John E. Dyke and Benjamin Dyke…… security………..

Order Book 12; P. 142; August Court 1848

 

Ordered that Smallwood A. Elkin, James H. G. Bush, Tandy Quisenberry and Enoch Elkin or any three of them after being first sworn do appraise in current money the…………estate of John George Sr. ………….

Order Book 12; P. 142; August Court 1848

 

On the motion of Fielding Bush ______for Lucy George widow of John George Sr. deceased ordered that Smallwood A. Elkin, James H. G. Bush, Tandy Quisenberry and Enoch Elkin or any three of them being first sworn do lay off and allot unto the said Lucy George her dower in the real and personal estate of her said deceased husband………….

Order Book 12; P. 143; August Court 1848

 

Inventory and appraisement of the estate of John George Sr. dec. was produced in court……………………

Order Book 12; P. 148; October Court 1848

 

Allotment of dower to Lucy George widow and relict of John George Sr. dec. in the real and personal estate of her said deceased husband was produced in court……………………..

Order Book 12; P. 148; October Court 1848

 

Settlement with the curator of John George dec. was produced in court………..

Order Book 12; P. 185; February Court 1849

 

Settlement with S. Eubank late curator of John George dec………………. recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 196; April Court 1849

 

Sale bill of the estate of John George dec. was produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 278; April Court 1850

 

Settlement with the committee of Lucy George, widow of John George Dec., was produced ……. filed……

Order Book 12; P. 302; July Court 1850

 

..that James Lisle and wife and other heirs of John George Sr. dec., having conveyed and defrayed all their title to the land in contest to the children and heirs of John George Jr. dec., ….convey to the defendant Joseph Bush all the right and title to the children of aforesaid John George Jr. in the land named ……continued

Order Book 8; P. 258; October Court 1854

 

..a deed of conveyance to Joseph Bush Jr.   approved…

Order Book 8; P. 293; October Court 1854

George, John W. J. Walker Rhodes, as trustee of Anna D. George, widow of John W. George, of New York has filed suit at Lexington for $27,000 against John T. Hughes, the well-known turfman. The petition states that Hughes purchased from the plaintiff 277 acres of land on the Kentucky Central Railroad and that he has failed to comply with the provisions of the sale.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 21, 1895

George, Leonard The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-22-1935
George, Malcolm Douglas The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-3, 11-4-1986
George, Mary Louise McCann The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-1, 5-2-2001
George, Michael Douglas The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-7-1998
George, Mrs. Addie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-19-1947
George, Mrs. Bee Hill The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-29, 4-30-1963
George, Mrs. Ella A. White The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-26-1929
George, Mrs. Gertrude The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-30-1974
George, Mrs. Jennie Deaths

Mrs. Jennie George, wife of Mr. James George, of Carlisle, amd sister-in-Law of Messrs. C. B. and W. W. George and Mrs. W. O. Hackett, of this city, died Sunday night.   Funeral and burial yesterday.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Aug 25, 1904

George, Mrs. Katie McMahon The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-1, 6-2-1959
George, Mrs. Lizzie The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-25-1943
George, Mrs. Nannie C. Welsch The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-8-1953
George, Mrs. T. P. Died—Mrs. T. P. George, aged 102 years, and probably the oldest person in Clermont county, Ohio, died Monday of the grip. She was for a number of years a resident of Point Pleasant, the home and birthplace of Gen. U. S. Grant, and said she had on many occasions spanked him for throwing rocks upon the roof of her house. To her, Harlin Garlin, who recently wrote a biography of Grant, is indebted for many facts and incidents connected with the early life and history of the Grant family. She leaves a son who is 76 years old and a resident of St. Louis.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 23, 1897

George, Robert The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-5-1920
George, Robert                     AA Tuesday, at the home of Phil. Lisle, a colored man, Robert George, had an epileptic fit and fell into the fire. No one was present and he was so badly burned that he will probably die.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, January 25, 1895

George, Sam The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-18, 6-20, 6-29-1942
George, Thomas W.W. George and wife, C. B. George, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hackett went to Carlisle this week to attend the funeral of their uncle, Thomas George, who died at Dayton, Ohio.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 23, 1898.

George, Wallace N. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-17-1962
George, William Wallace The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-8, 10-9-1945
Georgehead, Ronald The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-11-1965
Georgi, Mrs. Rich Anna The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-9-1923
Geough, James J. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-17-1938
Geran, Michael The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-12-1938
Gerard, Mrs. Gloria Saera The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-15-2001
Gerber, Mrs. Susan The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-6-1970
Gerber, Richard Edward The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-24, 4-25-1972
Gerhard, Jacob Suicided By Hanging.

Louisville, Ky., June 17.—Jacob Gerhard, 70 years of age, and a well-known citizen of this city, committed suicide about 2 o’clock Monday afternoon by hanging himself with a clothesline in the carriage house of his son, Jacob Gerhard.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 20, 1902

Germani, Joseph J. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-28, 6-29, 6-30-2000
Germani, Mrs. Susan The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-1, 8-2, 8-3-2005
Gerrard, William (Billy) The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-10-2004
Gerstadt, Laura Mary The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-11, 1-12-1979
Gerten, Fred The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-31-1932
Gerton, George The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-19-1980
Gess, Alexander McEachin The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-16-1957
Gessell, Angela Lucille The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-25, 6-26-1969
Geter, John The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-22-1919
Getter, John The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-17-1942
Gevedon, Noel Davis The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-19-2010
Gex, Mrs. Theresa Adeline The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-18-1936
Gex, William R. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-18-1936
Gfroerer, Ollie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-17-1913
Gheens, Floyd The Sun Sentinel Thur., 7-13-1911
Giau, Mrs. Helen Temple

Berryman

The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-23-1928
Gibbens, Geo. W. Deaths

Geo. W. Gibbens, died at the home of his son, C. E. Gibbens, at Ford, March 29. Mr. Gibbens was a native of Ohio, and was 82 years of age. He was in every respect a model citizen.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., March 31, 1904

Gibbens, Mrs. Margaret S. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-25-1946
Gibboney, Butler The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-8-1928
Gibbons, Clay Died at Mt. Sterling

Clay Gibbons, aged about twenty-five years, died at Mt. Sterling Saturday. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gibbons and, with his parents resided in this city some years ago. The burial was at St. Thomas’ cemetery, Mt. Sterling on Monday.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, December 24, 1909

Gibbons, E. O. Traveling Man Found Dead In Bed

Memphis, Tenn.   March 25

E. O. Gibbons, a traveling representative of the Frank Fehr Brewing Co., of Louisville, Ky., was found dead in his room at the Peabody hotel Friday. It is believed Mr. Gibbons was attacked by heart trouble during the night and expired before assistance could be summoned.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., March 28, 1899

Gibbons, Jas. H. At Harrodsburg, Ky., on last Friday, Oscar Freeman shot and instantly killed Jas. H. Gibbons.   Jealousy was the cause of the trouble.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Fri., 2-11-1879

Gibbons, Louisa MYSTERIOUS SUICIDE-A Beautiful Young Girl Cuts Her Own Throat-The city was startled on Saturday evening by the report of a suicide as mysterious as melancholy. It was that of Miss Louisa Gibbons; daughter of Benjamin Gibbons, of this city. She resided with her parents at their home on Main Street, and on Saturday morning appeared to be unusually careful and attentive in the discharges of some trifling household duties. Before dinner she retired to her room apparently in good spirits. At diner time her little brother was sent to call her, when to his horror he found her lying in a pool of blood. Her unhappy mother rushed to the room and discovered her daughter in a dying condition, with her throat cut, and a razor by her side.   The wound was deep and ghastly.   Dr. Desha was called in immediately, to whom the girl said that she had committed the deed herself, giving no reason for it whatever. All efforts to staunch the blood which was fast ebbing away were unavailing, and after recognizing her relatives, the unfortunate girl died. An inquest was held upon the body when the jury returned a verdict in accordance with the above facts. Louisa Gibbons was not more than 16 years of age, prepossessing appearance, intelligent and a nature extremely sensitive. Those who knew her best, fail utterly in their attempts to ascribe any cause for her rash act.

The Clark County Democrat     Thur., 2-8-1872

Gibbons, Mike THE trial of the famous land case between Cols. Turner and Johnson was interrupted by the sudden death of Mike Gibbons, of the jurymen who died suddenly while sitting in the jury box. Col. Turner sued for $86,000 and recovered a verdict of $4,000.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 13, 1892.

Gibbons, Mrs. Jessie Thompson The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-26-1925
Gibbons, Zach Deaths

Judge Zach Gibbons, one of the oldest members of the Lexington Bar, and one of the best known lawyers in Central Kentucky, died suddenly at his home in that city Thursday, after a very brief illness.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Jan. 28, 1904

Gibbs, Hiram Ordered that William S. Downey be appointed guardian of the estate of John Richard Gibbs infant orphan of Hiram Gibbs dec. …….with James Quisenberry and Roger J. Quisenberry …….bond and securities approved by the court.

Order Book 12; P. 554; April Court 1853

 

Ordered that William S. Downey be appointed guardian of the estate of James W. Gibbs infant orphan of Hiram Gibbs dec. …….with James Quisenberry and Roger J. Quisenberry …….bond and securities approved by the court.

Order Book 12; P. 554; April Court 1853

 

Ordered that William S. Downey be appointed guardian of the estate of Hiram E. Gibbs infant orphan of Hiram Gibbs dec. …….with James Quisenberry and Roger J. Quisenberry …….bond and securities approved by the court.

Order Book 12; P. 554; April Court 1853

 

On petition for division of land

The petitioner James Quisenberry &c this day filed their petition…..on motion of said petitioners ordered that James H. G. Bush, George Fox and Thomas Duckworth or any 2…..be appointed commissioners to   allot by metes and bounds to said petitioners their respective portions of the land of John Gibbs dec. lying in Clark county on the water of Howard’s Upper Creek and make report…….deeds of conveyance to them of their said portions and to this end said commissioners shall meet upon the premises on the 7th day of June 1853 and make report of their proceedings herein this court, William S. Downey guardian of John R. Gibbs, James W. Gibbs and   Hiram E. Gibbs infant children of Hiram Gibbs dec., acknowledges in court proper service of notice as required by statute.

Order Book 12; P. 559; May Court 1853

 

William S. Downey came into court and reported that no estate had come into his hands as guardian of John R., James W. and Hiram E. Gibbs infant orphans of Hiram Gibbs dec..

Order Book 12; P. 579; August Court 1853

Gibbs, Alice Committed Suicide

Miss Alice Gibbs, of Frankfort, left home Thursday and went to Lexington where a young man paid for a room for her at the Phoenix Hotel. Her father came and got her, but on her return to Frankfort she took “Rough on Rats” and died in great agony.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., June 25, 1901

Gibbs, Andrew Last Sunday evening, at Slade’s Station, on the line of the Kentucky Union railroad, in Powell county, Andy Gibbs was shot and killed by Will Smith. The weapon used was a Winchester rifle. Both Smith and Gibbs lived in Menifee county, but were working on the K. U. Gibbs was the son of Green Gibbs and Smith is a brother of blind John Smith. It is reported that a woman was the cause of the trouble. The body of Gibbs was taken through here Monday for burial in Menifee. Shortly after the Killing Deputy U. S. Marshal John Tolson arrested Smith and lodged him in the jail at Stanton.

The Winchester Democrat; Wednesday, September 10, 1890

 

Powell Circuit Court adjourned last week, and but little progress was made in its big murder docket. Wm. Smith was convicted of the murder of Andrew Gibbs last August, and was   sentenced to be hung May 12th. This is the first sentence ever passed in the county. The cases of Jas. Hall and Goodloe Combs who were under $10,000 bonds each, for complicity in the murder of Rose; of Simpson Bush for the murder of his wife; of Thos. Baker for the murder of Spencer; and other cases went over to the next term.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 27,1891

 

The Court of Appeals has granted a new trial in the case of Wm. Smith who was convicted at the recent term of the Powell Circuit Court of the murder of Andy Gibbs last September and sentenced to be hung in May. Both the murderer and his victim were in love with the same lady, Miss Annie Frisbie and the killing arose from this issue.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, April 22,1891

 

WILLIAM SMITH, who was convicted one year ago in the Powell Circuit Court for the murder of Andrew Gibbs two years ago, and sentenced to be hanged, but appealed his case and secured a reversal by the Court of Appeals, was again tried in the Powell Circuit Court Friday, convicted and sentenced to twenty-one years imprisonment in the penitentiary.

The Democrat, Wednesday, September 28, 1892.

Gibbs, Charlie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-25-1961
Gibbs, Daniel (Dan) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-25, 3-26-1985
Gibbs, Dock M. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-10-1962
Gibbs, Donnie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-9, 11-10-2001
Gibbs, Elbert W. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-8-1971
Gibbs, Felix Jr. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-15, 11-16-1990
Gibbs, Felix Sr. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-12, 2-13-1975
Gibbs, James The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-26-1927
Gibbs, Joe R. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-9, 5-10-1986
Gibbs, John On petition for division of land

The petitioner James Quisenberry &c this day filed their petition…..on motion of said petitioners ordered that James H. G. Bush, George Fox and Thomas Duckworth or any 2…..be appointed commissioners to   allot by metes and bounds to said petitioners their respective portions of the land of John Gibbs dec. lying in Clark county on the water of Howard’s Upper Creek and make report…….deeds of conveyance to them of their said portions and to this end said commissioners shall meet upon the premises on the 7th day of June 1853 and make report of their proceedings herein this court, William S. Downey guardian of John R. Gibbs, James W. Gibbs and   Hiram E. Gibbs infant children of Hiram Gibbs dec., acknowledges in court proper service of notice as required by statute.

Order Book 12; P. 559; May Court 1853

 

On motion of Elizabeth Gibbs widow and relict of John Gibbs dec. ordered that James H. G. Bush, George Fox and Thomas Duckworth or any 2 of them be appointed   commissioners to lay off and allot to the said Elizabeth Gibbs her right of dower in the lands of her said deceased husband lying in Clark county on Upper Howard’s Creek and make report of their proceedings to this court.

Order Book 12; P. 560; May Court 1853

 

The commissioners appointed to make division and allotment of lands named herein return their report which is filed and no exceptions being taken the same is affirmed, approved and ordered to be recorded….division directed to execute deeds of partition to the parties for their respective interests according to said report parties are directed to pay the commissioners and the surveyor Bush the sums charged in said report and this cause is stricken from the docket.

Order Book 12; P. 569; June Court 1853

 

A deed of partition among the heirs of John Gibbs dec. executed by Thomas Duckworth and George Fox commissioners appointed by this court …..produced ….acknowledged by said commissioners ….approved …. recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 569; June Court 1853

 

On motion of Elizabeth Gibbs widow of John Gibbs dec. ordered that James H. G. Bush, George Fox and Richardson Gordon or any two ……..sworn do lay off and allot onto the said Elizabeth Gibbs her right of dower in the slaves of her said deceased husband and report ……….

Order Book 12; P. 592; September Court !853

 

….the commissioners William C. Sympson, George Fox and Richardson Gordon appointed to allot to the widow Elizabeth Gibbs her dower in the slaves of the decedent John Gibbs…….further ordered that William S. Downey be appointed the receiver………..distribute the remainder among several heirs of decedent Gibbs….to Elizabeth Quisenberry wife of John Quisenberry…, to Polly Cooper …., and to William S. Downey guardian of John R. Gibbs, James W. Gibbs and Hiram E. Gibbs for the use of said infants……

Order Book 8; P. 96; April Court 1854

Gibbs, John David The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-6-1934
Gibbs, Leo The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-13-1939
Gibbs, Mary Missed Rat And Hit Girl

Owingsville, Ky., June 27

On the Ragland oil field Paul Clifton, a merchant, was firing at rats with a pistol when a ball went through the wall of the store, glanced on a rock and struck Mary Gibbs, aged 10 years, in the head, penetrating about two inches. She is fatally hurt.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., July 3, 1903

Gibbs, Mrs. Hazel The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-9-1937
Gibbs, Mrs. Henry The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-17, 4-18-1970
Gibbs, Mrs. Leona Hull The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-20-1982
Gibbs, Mrs. O. W. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-6-1934
Gibbs, Mrs. Pauline The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-21-1996
Gibbs, Rennie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-5-1931
Gibbs, Robert The Winchester Sun Wed., 7-2-1913
Gibbs, Virgil The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-5-1994
Gibbs, Wilma Hazel The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-5-2010
Gibert, John Underwood The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-12-1988
Gibson, Alex                       AA The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-12-1924
Gibson, Arnold B. The Winchester Sun Tues., 3-20-2007
Gibson, Barkley W. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-16, 8-17-2000
Gibson, Ben Chatham The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-5, 6-6-1913
Gibson, Bernie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-2, 5-3, 5-6, 6-10, 6-13, 11-6-1929
Gibson, Bernie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-22-1984
Gibson, Bernie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-29, 11-30-1989
Gibson, boy The Winchester Sun Wed., 4-2-1913
Gibson, Brandon Martin The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-29-1982
Gibson, Byrd H. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-16-1938
Gibson, Carroll Near Sebree, Monday, Carroll Gibson, a prominent farmer, was fatally shot by his son, the result of a family difficulty.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, August 2, 1893

Gibson, Charles                     AA Coroner Boone was summoned by telephone Friday to hold an inquest on the body of Charles Gibson, a colored man, who fell dead at his home on the farm of John Coleman, near Pine Grove, the previous evening. The jury returned a verdict of death from some unknown cause.

The Winchester Democrat   Wed., 1-8-1889

Gibson, Charles Edward The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-11, 8-12-2008
Gibson, Chester The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-10-2010
Gibson, Chester A. Sr. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-8, 11-9-1984
Gibson, Clarence The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-11, 5-12-1995
Gibson, Cleveland The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-12, 10-13-1978
Gibson, Dale A. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-20-1951
Gibson, David Allen The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-28-2009
Gibson, David E. (Gene) The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-27, 11-29-1985
Gibson, Donald H. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-12-2008
Gibson, Dudley The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-30-1942
Gibson, Ebon The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-15-1913
Gibson, Ed The Winchester Sun   Mon. 12-21-1936
Gibson, Elmer The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-24-1923
Gibson, Ethel The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-11-1940
Gibson, Faye Miller The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-18, 3-19-1992
Gibson, Frances (Marie) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-1-1998
Gibson, Frankie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-17-1937
Gibson, Franklin                   AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-29-1923
Gibson, Frederick The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-6, 12-7, 12-8-2006
Gibson, French W. French W. Gibson’s admin. vs. F. W. Gibson’s Crs.

The commissioners report of sale filed ……………..

Order Book 10; P. 4; July Court 1858

 

French Gibson’s admin. vs. French Gibson’s Crs. ………Equity

Order Book 10; P. 59; November Court 1858

 

French W. Gibson’s admin. vs. French W. Gibson’s Heirs &c ……Equity

…….report of sale and the Masters report be confirmed ………… …….court rescinds the contract of sale between Gibson and Clendennin ………

Order Book 10; P. 72; November Court 1858

 

French W. Gibson’s Admin. vs. F. W. Gibson’s Crs. …………Equity

Buckner as commissioner execute deed to Leonard Beall and Edward Y. Beall for land purchased by E. Y. Beall …………..

Order Book 10; P. 120; November Court 1858

 

French W. Gibson’s Admin. vs. French W. Gibson’s Heirs & Creditors ……..Equity

…………..deed of conveyance to Leonard Beall & Edward Y. Beall …………. approved ………certified…………….

Order Book 10; P. 126; November Court 1858

 

French W. Gibson’s admin. vs. French W. Gibson’s Crs.

…….cause submitted …………..

Order Book 10; P. 147; May Court 1859

 

French W. Gibson’s admin. vs. F. W. Gibson’s Crs. ………..Equity

……..process having been duly executed upon Carter Daniels and William Raiborn and they failing to answer …………Buckner is directed to sell the small tract of land …………….cause continued.

Order Book 10; P. 151; May Court 1859

 

French W. Gibson’s admin. vs. Fauntleroy Cottman’s Crs. …Equity

Order Book 10; P. 212; July Court 1859

 

French W. Gibson’s admin. vs. French W. Gibson’s Crs. …..Equity

……….submitted causes to court for judgment……..

Order Book 10; P. 215; July Court 1859

 

French W. Gibson Admin. vs. French W. Gibson Heirs & Crs…Equity

….cause remanded to the Master for final settlement ………….

Order Book 10; P. 224; July Court 1859

 

F. W. Gibson’s Admin. vs. F. W. Gibson’s Crs. ……Equity

Order Book 10; P. 254; November Court 1859

 

F. W. Gibson’s admin. vs. F. W. Gibson’s Crs. ………..Equity

……………..report of sale ………..of tract of land sold to Ruth Gibson ………….. Buckner as receiver is directed to collect sale bond…..pay to Tobias Logan…….

Order Book 10; P. 274; November Court 1859

 

F. W. Gibson’s admin. vs. F. W. Gibson’s Heirs …..Equity

…………deed to Isaac McChristy and _____ Allen ………..

Order Book 10; P. 304; November Court 1859

 

French W. Gibson’s admin. vs. F. W. Gibson’s Crs.

……..report of receiver filed….

Order Book 10; P. 326; May Court 1860

 

French W. Gibson’s admin. vs. F. W. Gibson’s Heirs &c

The written order of John Allen and John McClure for the deed to be made ……executed to John W. McClure & Owen C. Garrett …approved …certified.

Order Book 10; P. 330; May Court 1860

 

French W. Gibson’s admin vs. French W. Gibson’s Crs. ……Equity

…….cause submitted to court for judgment……

Order Book 10; P. 338; May Court 1860

 

French W. Gibson’s admin. vs. F. W. Gibson’s heirs …….Equity

……..no receiver reported………….filed……..

Order Book 10; P. 345; May Court 1860

Gibson, George Lossen The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-21-1992
Gibson, Gifford The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-26-1923
Gibson, Goebel The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-5-1941
Gibson, Goldie Glover The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-22-2008
Gibson, Hart Deaths

Col. Hart Gibson, of Lexington, a distinguished ex-Confederate and statesman, died at St. Paul, Minn., Sunday night of heart trouble, aged 68 years. The body was brought to Lexington for interment.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Jan. 7, 1904

Gibson, Hattie Kentucky Girl’s Death

Pine Bluff, Ark., Nov. 7

Miss Hattie Gibson, aged 22, died here Wednesday night after a brief illness of consumption.   Deceased formerly resided in Kentucky.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Nov. 12, 1901

Gibson, Henry Will Book 1, Page 310

Dated: May 5, 1877

Recorded: June 25, 1877

 

Granville Smitha vs. Henry Gibson executrix

…matter in controversy go to arbitration…Elizabeth Gibson as executrix…

Order Book 17; P. 55; May Court 1878

 

Henry Gibson administrator vs. Bettie Gibson & co.

Ordered that W. D. Jackson be appointed guardian ad litem for the infant defendants herein.

Order Book 17; P. 196; May Court 1879

 

Granville Smitha vs. Henry Gibson executrix

….defendant filed an amended answer…

Order Book 17; P. 205; May Court 1879

 

Henry Gibson administrator vs. Bettie Gibson & co.

W. D. Jackson be appointed guardian ad litem for the infant defendants files report.

Order Book 17; P. 208; May Court 1879

 

Henry Gibson administrator vs. Bettie Gibson & co.

Cause is now submitted to the court for judgment.

Order Book 17; P. 217; May Court 1879

 

Henry Gibson administrator vs. Bettie Gibson & co.

Master commissioner to state and settle the accounts of the defendant C. E. Sharp as executrix of Henry Gibson decd. and ascertain and report assets….

Order Book 17; P. 224; May Court 1879

 

 

Granville Smitha vs. Henry Gibson administrator

…jury adjudged that plaintiff recover of the defendant the sum of three hundred and fifteen dollars and his costs herein.

Order Book 17; P. 288; November Court 1879

 

Granville Smitha vs. Henry Gibson administrator

….relied on his amended answer.

Order Book 17; P. 300; November Court 1879

 

Granville Smitha vs. Henry Gibson administrator

Defendant moved for a new trial.

Order Book 17; P. 300; November Court 1879

 

 

Granville Smitha vs. Henry Gibson administrator

Defendants motion for a new trial is sustained and this action is dismissed……

Order Book 17; P. 332; November Court 1879

 

G. Smitha vs. H. Gibson administrator

Order Book 17; P. 339; November Court 1879

 

Granville Smitha vs. Henry Gibson administrator

…bill of exception filed….

Order Book 17; P. 341; November Court 1879

 

Granville Smitha vs. Henry Gibson administrator

….jurors on to try this cause…..

Order Book 17; P. 482; November Court 1880

 

Granville Smitha vs. Henry Gibson executrix

….jury find for the plaintiff…..

Order Book 17; P. 491; November Court 1880

 

Granville Smitha vs. Henry Gibson administrator

The defendants assignment of errors and schedule filed herein.

Order Book 17; P. 522; November Court 1880

 

Granville Smitha vs. Henry Gibson administrator

The defendants affidavit and also his appeal bond….noted of record.

Order Book 17; P. 532; December Court 1880

 

Henry Gibson administrator vs. Granville Smith

Defendant filed the mandate of the court of appeals Nov. 28th 1881 affirming the judgment herein.

Order Book 18; P. 85; May Court 1882

 

Henry Gibson administrator vs. Granville Smith

Plaintiff recover of defendant the sum of….

Order Book 18; P. 143; May Court 1882

 

Henry Gibson administrator vs. Bettie Gibson & co.

…..C. E. Sharp and J. R. Sharp as guardian of Betty J. Gibson and Alice M. Gibson…..Thomas P. Wilson as administrator….

Order Book 18; P. 587; October Court 1884

 

Henry Gibson administrator vs. Bettie Gibson & co.

……Masters report… allowance for Thomas P. Wilson as administrator…..pay to J. R. Sharp as guardian of Betty J. Gibson and Alice M. Gibson…..

Order Book 18; P. 674 – 675; November Court 1884

Gibson, Henry Clay The Winchester Sun   Tue., 4-15-1975
Gibson, Herman The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-15-1999
Gibson, Ike The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-1-1924
Gibson, infant                       AA The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-8-1926
Gibson, Ira The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-20-1925
Gibson, Jake W. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-8, 9-9-1995
Gibson, James Settlement with John C. Gibson administrator de bonis non of James Gibson dec. was produced in court and ordered to be filed until next court.

Order Book 11; P. 173; November Court 1842

 

Settlement with John C. Gibson administrator de bonis non of James Gibson dec. being filed at last court was again produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 180; December Court 1842

 

Henry Gibson vs. Mary A. Taylor

……heirs of Mary Williford and slaves claim land ……..

Order Book 9; P. 623; May Court 1858

Gibson, James Alan The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-13-1960
Gibson, James J. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-30-1916

Clark County Republican   Fri. 6-2-1916

Gibson, James R. (Jimmy) The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-13, 8-14, 8-17-2010
Gibson, Jennie Twin Daughters Shot by Mistake.

Middlesboro, Ky., May 19.—Mary and Jennie Gibson, aged 16, twin daughters of George Gibson, of Sergent, were shot last night by ex-sheriff of Letcher county, Shade Combs. They were at a dance when Combs got into a dispute with two men. Presently the girls left, and Combs, thinking they were men followed, and fired at them. Mary was slightly wounded, Jennie died two hours later. Combs gave himself up.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 23, 1899

Gibson, Joe Shot From Ambush – Middlesboro, Ky., Oct. 14 – Joe Gibson, a farmer, living on the Virginia side of the mountains, was shot from ambush Wednesday afternoon, near his home near Gibson station. He will die. Particulars are meager.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday October 19, 1897

Gibson, Joe The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-10-1915
Gibson, John Boy Killed.

Pinesville, Ky., Aug. 23.—John Gibson was killed at Rainbow creek, near the Bell county line, by Steve Johnson. They quarreled over cards. Johnson struck Gibson with a mallet of wood. Both are boys.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 30, 1898

Gibson, John C. Henry Gibson vs. Mary A. Taylor ..Daniel Sutherland, Marion W. Christian and Thomas J. Bush commissioners to value estate of infants Mary E. Gibson, Henry Gibson, Edward H. Gibson, Susan Gibson, John C. Gibson, Gabriel Gibson, Hiram Gibson and Wakerman Gibson …..value of the estate of the heirs of John C. Gibson

Order Book 8; P. 405: May Court 1855

Gibson, John H. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-9-1980
Gibson, John Will John Will Gibson was shot and mortally wounded by James Lewis, a saloon keeper at Tatesville on the edge of Harlan and Bell counties. The two were gambling, and Lewis accused Gibson of cheating. Lewis was released on $500 bond.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 11, 1894

Gibson, Joseph B. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-21-1930
Gibson, Joseph F. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-15-2000
Gibson, Joseph W. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-23, 11-24-1990
Gibson, Larkin Edward The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-19, 12-20-1984
Gibson, Leander C. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-20, 10-21-1969
Gibson, Lee The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-2, 5-3, 5-6, 6-10, 6-13, 11-6-1929
Gibson, Lige IN Owen county, Lige Gibson, who brutally murdered Frank Legon, was taken from jail Thursday night and hanged to a tree.

The Democrat, Wednesday, February 3, 1892.

Gibson, Lige The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-17-1965
Gibson, Lonnie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-19-1966
Gibson, Lora Jones The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-14-2000
Gibson, M. E. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-24-1920
Gibson, Malcolm E. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-11-1991
Gibson, Mrs. Alex               AA The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-10, 10-27-1924
Gibson, Mrs. Barbara Jane The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-6, 10-7-2009
Gibson, Mrs. Beatrice The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-27, 7-28-1998
Gibson, Mrs. Bessie Osborne The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-1-1978
Gibson, Mrs. Cassie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-2, 5-3, 5-6, 6-10, 6-13, 11-6-1929
Gibson, Mrs. Charles The Winchester Sun Wed., 4-2-1913
Gibson, Mrs. Cora Stidham The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-2, 2-3-2011
Gibson, Mrs. Cynthia Died

At her home, in Emerson, Marion county, Mo., Feb. 25, 1896, Mrs. Cynthia Gibson,     nee Horton, aged 88 years, 5 months and 7 days. She was born September 9, 1807 near Cane Ridge, Bourbon county. She was married to John C. Gibson, of this county, August 6, 1920, and emigrated to Missouri in 1838. Early in life she joined the Christian church, and died a devoted member.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, March 20, 1896

Gibson, Mrs. Dora Lee Nickerson The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-24-1938
Gibson, Mrs. Elijah The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-21-1918
Gibson, Mrs. Eva Winchester The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-30-1964
Gibson, Mrs. Evvie The Winchester Sun   Thurs., 3-28-1918
Gibson, Mrs. Grace The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-22-1988
Gibson, Mrs. Jess The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-13-1926
Gibson, Mrs. Lottie A. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-7-1931
Gibson, Mrs. Louise Gatson The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-6, 4-7-1956
Gibson, Mrs. Margaret The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-15-1920
Gibson, Mrs. Margaret Henry The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-26-1968
Gibson, Mrs. Mary Heflin The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-1, 10-2-1954
Gibson, Mrs. Mildred Fultz The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-29, 4-30-1994
Gibson, Mrs. Mollie Porter The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-16-1960
Gibson, Mrs. Myra Hewlett The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-24-1998
Gibson, Mrs. Nancy C. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-26, 9-27-2006
Gibson, Mrs. Nancy Jane The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-25, 6-26-1963
Gibson, Mrs. Nancy Mae Wood The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-22-1993
Gibson, Mrs. Nora The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-15-1994
Gibson, Mrs. Pearl Pope The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-24, 7-25-1986
Gibson, Mrs. Renate The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-22, 9-23-2006
Gibson, Mrs. Sallie Ellen The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-18, 9-19-1967
Gibson, Mrs. Sophie The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-2-1958
Gibson, Mrs. Virginia Ann Reid The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-23-2006
Gibson, Mrs. Virginia Burklow The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-18, 5-19-1993
Gibson, Mrs. William Grayson The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-23-1944
Gibson, Nelson Died-Oct. 30th of bronchitis, Nelson Gibson, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Pen. Taylor aged twenty months. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved parents.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 11-6-1889

Gibson, Ollie V. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-30, 3-31-1982
Gibson, Owen T. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-31-1930
Gibson, Peter MRS. PULASKI LEEDS, of Louisville has been left a fortune by the death of her uncle, Peter Gibson, in Oklahoma.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 17, 1897.

Gibson, Price Price Gibson, a farmer, while driving home from Sebree City, was thrown from his vehicle, breaking his neck.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, September 14, 1894

Gibson, R. R. The Winchester   Sun   Sat., 10-21-1933
Gibson, Randall SENATOR RANDALL GIBSON, of Louisiana, is probably dead by this time at Hot Springs, Ark., as at last accounts he was barely alive. He was a native of Woodford county. His brother, Tobias Gibson, of Versailles, married a Miss Bright of this city.

The Democrat, Wednesday, December 7, 1892.

Gibson, Richard W. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-26-2002
Gibson, Robert The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-7-1931
Gibson, Robert The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-8-1932
Gibson, Robert The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-12-1965
Gibson, Robert L. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-21, 5-22-2009
Gibson, Roy The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-12-1934
Gibson, Ruby Willis The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-18-1921
Gibson, Samuel Sr. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-16, 5-17-1995
Gibson, Shawn A. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-17-2000
Gibson, Surgeon The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-10-1913
Gibson, T. G. The Winchester   Sun Thur., 3-30, 3-31-1933
Gibson, Teresa L. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-15-2010
Gibson, Texan The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-18-1923
Gibson, Tobias Capt. Tobias Gibson Dead

Capt. Tobias Gibson died at his home in Lexington, Sunday evening at 8 o’clock. He was well known throughout the state and came from a well known, remarkable family. His father was one of the wealthiest men in the South in his day and his mother a kinswoman of the Prestons, Harts and Breckinridges. His five brothers all took an active part in the Civil War and afterwards in civic life. His wife was Miss Eva Bright, a sister of Miss Maggie Bright of this city and a kinswoman of Misses Bettie and Mary Emma Bright. His wife and one daughter survive him.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Dec. 8, 1904

Gibson, Uldine The Winchester   Sun   Fri., 6-9-1933
Gibson, Virgil The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-17-1932
Gibson, Virgil Truman The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-13-1918
Gibson, W. G. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-20-1923
Gibson, W. L. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-10-1922
Gibson, W. Leon The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-2-1986
Gibson, W. M. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-11-1935
Gibson, William The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-13-1944
Gibson, William Harrison The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-21-1973
Gibson, William L. At Flat Rock, Bourbon county, Tuesday night. Dorsey Watkins stabbed William L. Gibson several times in the bowels and beat him insensible with a gun, causing fatal injuries.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, September 20, 1895

Gibson, Willie Frank The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-19-1932
Gibson, Winfred F. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-21-1996
Gibson, Wm. Died—Gen. Wm. Gibson, one of Ohio’s famous soldiers and orators, died at Tiffin, Ohio, Thursday night.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, Nov. 27, 1894

Gibson, Zachariah Deaths

Zachariah Gibson died a few days ago at his home at Oldtown, Tenn. He was the father of Mrs. Jas. D. Haggard, of this county, and an uncle of Rev. J. J. Gilbert. During the civil war he resided in this county for several years.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Aug. 22, 1902

Gibson. Frank W. Frank W. Gibson’s admin. vs. Frank W. Gibson’s heirs

It appearing to the satisfaction of the court that the purchasers of the tract of land sold herein…………………………………………………………

Order Book 9; P. 572; May Court 1858

Giddings, Wm. B. Died—At Paris, Mo., last week, Hon. Wm. B. Giddings, aged 85 years. He was a native of this county but left here when quite young. He was a very strong Whig and represented Monroe county, MO. in the Legislature where he took a prominent part.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, April 19, 1893

Giesler, Hallie The Winchester Sun     Fri., 9-2-1932
Giesman, Peter The Son Escaped

Thrown Over a Fence Unhurt While His Father Was Killed by the Cars.

Harrodsburg, Ky., Dec. 5—Peter Giesman, an emigrant of Monroe county, Mich., on his way to Swan, Ga., was struck and instantly killed by a south bound train on the Cincinnati Southern, near Burgin, four miles from this place. His son Thomas, 14 years old, asleep in the wagon was thrown over a fence, but was only slightly bruised. Neither of the horses were injured.

George Strachof, wife and grown son, who were in a wagon in front of the one that was smashed into pieces, testified before the coroner that no whistle was sounded and no bell rung. The dead man leaves a wife and six children, two of whom are twins five months old.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 6, 1895

Giffin, Mrs. Martha Doty The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-25-1922
Gifford, Floyd Killed his brother

Ord Gifford shot and killed his brother, Floyd Gifford, at Vanceburg. The latter was attempting to put his mother out of her home. A general family quarrel was in progress.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, March 20, 1908

Gifford, Mrs. Alice GRASSY LICK-Miss Alice Gifford died at her home on the 11th inst.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, February 5, 1895.

Gilbert, A. N. Rev. A. N. Gilbert, formerly pastor of the Christian church at Maysville, died last week at Fayette, Mo.

The Democrat, Wednesday, February 10, 1892.

Gilbert, Bobbie Jo The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-25-2002
Gilbert, Catherine Pearl The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-13, 1-14-1997
Gilbert, Charles H. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-13-1916
Gilbert, Charles Jefferson The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-4, 5-5-1931
Gilbert, Charles Jeffries Death of C. J. Gilbert.

Charles Jeffries Gilbert died at an early hour yesterday morning at his home, corner of Boone and Maple Sts, of heart disease, aged seventy years. He was a native of Fayette county, but moved to this city where he has since resided. For many years he was an officer in the Christian church to which he was devotedly attached, and for a number of years he was a valued member of the board of Education of Winchester, most of the time being President of the Board.   His wife, formerly Miss Oots, of Lexington, survives him; he also leaves four sons, Horace, George, Charles and Will, and three daughters, Mrs. G. L. Wills and Mrs. Claude Scobee, of this city, and Mrs. C. M. Hughes, of Lexington. Funeral this afternoon at two o’clock at the First Christian Church, services conducted by Eld. J. M. Rash and Rev. Richard French. Burial in the Winchester Cemetery.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, November 8, 1901.

Gilbert, Charlie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-25-1962
Gilbert, Charlie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-21-1966
Gilbert, Claude The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-4-1913
Gilbert, Corda Lee The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-26-1986
Gilbert, Edward T. The Winchester Sun Tues., 4-29, 4-30-2003
Gilbert, Elbert The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-4-2009
Gilbert, Emma McMichael Died—At the home of her father, C. J. Gilbert, of this city, Wednesday, of consumption, Miss Emma McMichael Gilbert, aged twenty-eight years. Funeral at the family residence by Elds. J. W. Harding and I. J. Spencer. The remains were placed in the vault of the Winchester cemetery, the family being undecided as to the final place of sepulture. The deceased was a consistent Christian and bore her sufferings with much fortitude.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 29, 1893

 

C. M. Hughes and wife, Judge L. L. Royalty and wife, Jack Oots, Miss Florence Campbell, Miss Sallie Oots, F. J. Lipscomb and Miss Annie Hunley of Richmond, Mrs. Will Hughes and Mrs. A. H. Hughes of Fayette county, attended the funeral of Miss Emma Gilbert Thursday.

The Winchester Democrat; Wednesday, November 29, 1893

 

Died-The remains of Miss Emma Gilbert, who died here some time ago, were taken to Lexington for interment Wednesday.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 30, 1894.

Gilbert, Emmett The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-14, 8-15, 8-17, 9-8, 9-16, 9-26, 9-29, 9-30, 12-22-1922
Gilbert, Emmett The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-9-1923
Gilbert, Emmett The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-27-1925
Gilbert, Farmer The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-18-1938
Gilbert, Floyd The Winchester   Sun   Mon., 10-16-1933
Gilbert, George G. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-12-1945
Gilbert, Grover The Winchester Sun   St., 1-24-1920
Gilbert, Helen Manon The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-9, 8-10-1989
Gilbert, Horace L. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-13-1928
Gilbert, Howard Hampton The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-27-1918
Gilbert, Howard S. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-17, 9-19-1938
Gilbert, Howard S. Jr. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-30, 2-1-1940
Gilbert, infant The Winchester Sun,   Wed., 5-18-1921
Gilbert, J. D. DEATHS   At his residence, near Mt. Olive, Sunday night, of typhoid fever, Dr. J. D. Gilbert, aged thirty-eight years. Funeral services at Mt. Olive church and burial in the cemetery at this city. He was a native of Madison county but had been a resident of this county for several years. He leaves a widow, a daughter of Howard Hampton, and two little boys. Dr. Gilbert was one of the most popular men and physicians in the county and his loss will be deeply felt.

The Democrat, Wednesday, July 29, 1891.

 

HOWARD HAMPTON, JR. is recovering from a severe attack of typhoid fever, probably contracted while waiting on his brother-in-law, Dr. J. D. Gilbert, who died a short time ago.   The disease was of a most malignant form and a sister of Dr. Gilbert, who lived in Madison, and who was with him in his last illness has since died of the same disease.

The Democrat, Wednesday, September 9, 1891.

Gilbert, J. J. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-2, 4-4, 4-5-1924
Gilbert, Jack B. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-6-2001
Gilbert, James The Winchester News Fri., 2-16-1912
Gilbert, James Hartzel

(Jim Washabaugh)

The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-31-2008
Gilbert, Jerry Lee The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-25-1952
Gilbert, John R. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-18-1913
Gilbert, John W. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-4-1938
Gilbert, Kathy The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-13-2000
Gilbert, Larkin The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-31-1913
Gilbert, Letitia Myers Died—At her home in this city Monday night, of consumption, Miss Letitia Myers Gilbert, daughter of Charles J. Gilbert, aged eighteen years. The funeral was preached at the First Christian church Wednesday, by Revs. W. S. Keene and J. W. Harding and burial at the Winchester cemetery. She was a lovely Christian character and quite popular with her associates. Mr. Gilbert is a member of the City Board of Education and on account of the death of Miss Gilbert the public schools of the city were dismissed Wednesday.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, Nov. 30, 1894

Gilbert, Lillie Belle The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-16-1972
Gilbert, Marvin Douglas The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-9-1989
Gilbert, Mattie A. Death of Miss Mattie A. Gilbert

Died, at her home on East Fairfax street Sunday night, of consumption, Miss Mattie A. Gilbert, aged twenty-six years. Burial this morning in the cemetery at this place, funeral at the Court street Christian Church by Eld. W. S. Keene. She had been a member of the Christian Church for many years, having joined an Antioch in 1884. She was a young lady of lovely character and quite popular. This makes three daughters that Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Gilbert have lost from the same disease in the last four years.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 14, 1897

 

Resolutions of Respect

At a meeting of the Board of Education of Winchester, Ky., held Dec. 22nd, 1897, the following resolutions were adopted:

Whereas, the hand of death has recently invaded the family of our President, Mr. C. J. Gilbert, and removed from their midst his beloved daughter, Miss Mattie, a dutiful and affectionate child and lovely Christian character. Be it

Resolved, That we tender him and his family our deepest sympathy in this sad affliction and commend them to the only one who can comfort in time of trouble.

Resolved, That we wish to record our thanks for the faithful and impartial manner in which he has presided over our meetings for the past two years, and express the hope that he may long be spared to bless his family and community, and that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the records of said Board of Education and that a copy be delivered to C. J. Gilbert and family, and that The Winchester Democrat and Winchester Sun be requested to publish these proceedings,

Jas. T. Ecton,

J. A. Ramsey,

I. H. McKinley,

Geo. W. Strother,       Committee.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday December 28, 1897

Gilbert, Mrs. Anna The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-9, 10-11-1954
Gilbert, Mrs. Elsmore The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-11-1969
Gilbert, Mrs. Heathy Puckett The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-6-2011
Gilbert, Mrs. Iris Marie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-11, 1-12-2011
Gilbert, Mrs. Josie Crabtree The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-1-1965
Gilbert, Mrs. Julia B. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-3-1964
Gilbert, Mrs. Lena The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-13-1975
Gilbert, Mrs. Lizzie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-30, 12-31-1949
Gilbert, Mrs. M. J. Died at her home in Owsley county, Sunday, January 30 at 7:30 p. m., Mrs. M. J. Gilbert, mother of   Eld. J. J. Gilbert. She was nearly 81 years old. Her husband survives her, age 84. They had been married 60 years

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 31, 1899

Gilbert, Mrs. Mary Ann The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-29-1971
Gilbert, Mrs. Mary H. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-28, 12-29-1936
Gilbert, Mrs. Mary Martin The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-27, 5-28-1968
Gilbert, Mrs. Mary Oats The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-12-1929
Gilbert, Mrs. Myra Ann The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-28-1997
Gilbert, Mrs. Nettie Jane Prewitt The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-29-1953
Gilbert, Mrs. Nola Gatliff The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-2-1928
Gilbert, Mrs. Sallie A. (Sally) The Winchester Sun Fri., 3-3, 3-4, 3-6-1916

Clark County Republican Fri. 3-11-1916

The Semi-Weekly Sun 3-11-1916

Gilbert, Mrs. Sallie Elizabeth Broadhurst The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-21, 1-22-1952
Gilbert, Mrs. Susan Marie Elliott The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-11, 1-12-2010
Gilbert, Mrs. Verna Glass The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-14-1995
Gilbert, Nannie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-23-1923
Gilbert, Revella Ishmael The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-15-1994
Gilbert, Robert Sr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-8-1993
Gilbert, Samuel H. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-1-1928
Gilbert, W. H. (Bill) The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-8, 11-9-1984
Gilbert, Walter Lee Sr. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-16-1974
Gilbert, Will THREE-HANDED FIGHT

Two of Them Killed by the Third, Who Escapes, Pursued by a Posse.

Louisville, Ky., Aug. 22 – A special from Sargent, Ky. Says: Will Gilbert and James Owens, brothers-in-law, were killed in a terrible hand-to-hand battle Tuesday night by John Strauss, at the little town of Keystone, in West Virginia.   The fight was the result of an old feud of ten years standing.

It seems that the three met on a rough mountain path near town for the purpose of “painting things red”, when a quarrel followed.

The battle lasted for an hour, in which time more than 200 shots were fired. Strauss is now a fugitive, having escaped across the line into Pike county. A large posse is in pursuit.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday August 23, 1895

Gilbert, Willard The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-27, 12-28-1988
Gilbert, William The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-14-1920
Gilbert, William The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-4-1925
Gilbert, William T. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-2-1932
Gilbert, William T. Jr. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-7-1980
Gilchrist, Mrs. Bessie Pendleton The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-8-1965
Gilchrist, Mrs. Louise Loving The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-16-2001
Gilchrist, Mrs. Mattie Frances The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-1-1948
Gilderoy, P.B. Flux epidemic

Denton, Ky., July 23 – The flux epidemic that has been raging in this vicinity still continues and deaths occur almost daily. P.B. Gilderoy, general superintendent of the Lexington and Carter county Mining Co., died Wednesday morning of the dread disease.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, July 24, 1896

Giles, Elmer The Winchester   Sun   Tues., 5-16-1933
Giles, Henry The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-6-1986
Giles, Henry L. Aged Man Killed

Middlesboro, Ky., June 6

Henry L. Giles, of Newport, Tenn., was killed at the coal mines of the Nicholson Coal Co., about two miles from Middlesboro. Giles, who was an old man, was here to visit his son and was taken into the mines to see how coal was mined.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., June 12, 1903

Giles, Jeffrey Brian The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-4-1984
Giles, Jesse The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-15-1935
Giles, Jordan Town’s Founder Dead

Sturgis, Ky., July 18

Col. Jordan Giles, the founder of Sturgis, once a capitalist of Louisville and Baltimore, died here.   The remains will be sent to Madison, Ind., for burial.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., July 24, 1900

Giles, Mrs. Ella N. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-13-1987
Giles, Mrs. Hazel Curtis The Winchester Sun Mon., 11-24-2008
Giles, Mrs. Janice Holt The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-7-1979
Giles, Odus Brunker Jr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-8-1992
Giles, Sam                             AA Killed in a Crap Game.

Harrodsburg, Ky., Nov. 10.-During a crap game Sam Giles, colored, was shot twice through the head Sunday morning at 2 o’clock and instantly killed by John Pare, also colored. The dead man was desperate character and had recently returned from the Kentucky penitentiary, where he served a term for inflicting wounds on a man with a knife.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, November 14, 1902.

Giles, Theodore African American Male, Single, Born July 21, 1906, he was a carpenter, Father-Frank Giles, Mother-Katherin Giles, Died February 16, 1931, Buried February 17, 1931.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate Number 3510, Volume 1931.

Gilin, Effie Side View

Effie Gilin, the 14-year-old daughter of Mr. Noah Gilin died at her home last Wednesday and was buried at Sharpsburg the following day. We extend sympathy to the bereaved family.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Sept. 28, 1905

Gilkerson, Mrs. Mary Sent To The Asylum

Mrs. Mary Gilkerson, of this city, was tried at Lexington Friday on a charge of lunacy and was sent to the Anchorage Asylum. She is a daughter of A. Salender, of this city, and the wife of Wiley Gilkerson. Domestic troubles ensued and he refused to live with her. The trouble arising from the separation is thought to be the cause of her mental derangement.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Oct. 1, 1901

Gilkey, ______ E. T. West vs. Henry Gilkey

Plaintiffs affidavit and the order entered appointing S. A. Jeffries Esq. guardian ad litem for the defendant Mary T. Gilkey filed March 31, 1890 are now noted.

Order Book 20; P. 573; March Court 1890

Gilkey, Albert Died of His Wounds – Hopkinsville, Ky., Nov. 2 – Albert Gilkey, a young farmer who was thrown from a coal wagon has died.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday November 9, 1897

Gilkey, Alice Owen Death Of Miss Gilkey

Miss Alice Owen Gilkey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. T. Gilkey, died at her home near this city Saturday morning of nervous prostration, aged twenty-six years.   The funeral was preached at the family residence Sunday afternoon by Revs. Armstrong, Savage and Francis and the remains were buried in the Winchester cemetery. Miss Gilkey was a noble christian lady whose death will be lamented by a large circle of friends.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Oct. 27, 1903

Gilkey, C. W. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-19-1918
Gilkey, Charles Charles Gilkey, an old prominent business man, of Mt. Sterling, died last Wednesday, aged 78 years.

The Clark County Democrat   Wed., 3-17-1880

Gilkey, Davis Bourbon Item   Davis Gilkey shot William Kinkead with a musket killing him instantly. Family row the cause. All parties colored.

The Democrat, Wednesday, July 9, 1860.

Gilkey, Elizabeth Miss Elizabeth Gilkey

Death of this estimable young woman Monday morning

Miss Elizabeth Gilkey died at her home on the Ironworks Pike near this city, at an early hour Monday morning, aged forty-three years. She was a daughter of Mr. James T. Gilkey, and had been in declining health for several years but bore her sufferings with true Christian fortitude. She was deservedly popular and her death will be learned with regret. Funeral services will be held at the family residence this afternoon at three o’clock, conducted by Elder J.H. McNeill and Revs. O.J. Chandler and C.E. Crafton and the burial will be in the Winchester cemetery. The pall bearers will be: James R. Franklin, Charles Halley, W.W. Ecton, T.J. Fox, Thomas McDonald and John E. Ramsey.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, August 25, 1908

 

Will probated

The will of Miss Lizzie Gilkey was probated Monday. She leaves all her property to her two sisters, Eva Gilkey and Mary Taylor Gilkey in equal portions.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, October 2, 1908

Gilkey, Eva The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-15, 5-16-1917
Gilkey, H. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-19-1917
Gilkey, Harry Edward Jr. (Bud) The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-3, 3-4-2005
Gilkey, Henry S. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-5, 1-6, 1-7-1928
Gilkey, J. T. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-12, 11-13-1915
Gilkey, James T. Jr. The Winchester Sun Mon., 7-27, 7-28-1981
Gilkey, James Thomas Sr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-29, 11-30-1957
Gilkey, Mrs. Alice The Sun Sentinel Thur., 12-21-1911
Gilkey, Mrs. Alice M. Death of Mrs. Gilkey

Mrs. Alice Gilkey, wife of William Gilkey died Monday night at her home on East Fairfax street, of a complication of diseases, aged sixty-five years. The funeral was preached yesterday morning at the First Christian church by Eld. J.H. MacNeill, the remains were buried in the Winchester cemetery. Before her marriage she was Miss Scearce and she was twice married, first to Joseph Owen and after his death to William Gilkey. She is survived by her husband, one sister, Mrs. G.W. West, of this city and one brother, Millard Scearce, of the Soldiers Home at Pewee Valley. She was a popular woman and leaves many friends to mourn her loss.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, November 18, 1910

 

Mrs. Minnie Bell, of Huntington, West Virginia, was summoned here by the death of her foster mother, Mrs. Gilkey.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, November 18, 1910

 

Will probated

The will of Mrs. Alice Gilkey was admitted to probate Monday. Mrs. Gilkey’s will was dated in 1896. She left to Miss Lizzie Gilkey the portrait of the testator’s mother. All the remainder of her property to her adopted daughter, Mrs. Mamie Bell, for life, with remainder to her children. If she should die without heirs the property is to go to the children of Mrs. J.T. Gilkey. W.B. Kidd was named as executor.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, November 29, 1910

 

County court items

Wm. T. Gilkey waived his right of administration on the estate of his wife, Alice M. Gilkey, and Wm. H. Garner was appointed as executor.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, December 2, 1910

Gilkey, Mrs. America Death Of Mrs. James T. Gilkey

Mrs. America Gilkey, wife of James T. Gilkey, died at her home on the Iron Works pike near this city Monday night of fever and flux, aged fifty-nine years. She was originally Miss Scearce, and was a native of Woodford county. She leaves a husband and six children, Henry and William T. and Misses Alice, Lizzie, Evan and Mary T.

The funeral services at the family residence were conducted by Rev. G. H. Means, of the Methodist Church, to which the deceased had long belonged, and the remains were buried in the local cemetery.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., August 17, 1900

Gilkey, Mrs. Charlton The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-30-1923
Gilkey, Mrs. Elizabeth Mrs. Elizabeth Gilkey died last week near Grassy Lick, of paralysis, aged 87 years. She was a Miss Bratton of this county, and the mother of Mrs. William Rash. The remains were buried at the old Bratton homestead.

The Winchester Democrat   Wednesday 1-23-1889

Gilkey, Mrs. Evelyn The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-6-1928
Gilkey, Mrs. J. A. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-22-1927
Gilkey, Mrs. John T. A suicide

Mrs. Gilkey, wife of Dr. John T. Gilkey, of North Middletown, committed suicide by taking poison Friday from the effects of which she died Saturday morning. She and her husband had not gotten along well and had separated and some think this to be the cause of the suicide. The remains were buried at North Middletown Sunday. She was a sister of Miss Elizabeth Skillman, who formerly resided in this city.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, December 20, 1910

Gilkey, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-18-1937
Gilkey, Mrs. Mary Margaret

Kearns

The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-13-1987
Gilkey, Mrs. Patsey L. Douthitt & wife vs. F. Couchman

….Commissioner received rent of said land after the death of Elizabeth Couchman….J. L. Sutherland executor of Lucy Couchman decd. has overpaid….distribute said balance to wit Mrs. Emily Douthitt the sum of…..to pay heirs Fredrick Couchman..to Maria Burgess… to Jack Couchman heirs… Nathaniel Couchman is dead leaving 3 children…Martha Robins is dead leaving 6 heirs…Rilah Williams heirs excluding Emily Douthitt…to Sallie Jacob heirs….Polly Prathers heirs….James Prather, Walter Prather and Mrs. Patsey Gilkey. James is dead leaving 2 children to wit George W. Prather & Lucy Vanhook and child dead. Fanny Gaitskill who left 3 heirs Mrs. Gilkey is dead & left 2 children to wit Mrs. Pierce & Mrs. Call. Mrs. Pierce is dead & left 4 children to wit Mary Pierce who is over 21 years of age & Amanda Pierce, Charles Pierce & Frank Pierce Chas. Gilkie is their guardian Mrs. Call is dead & left 1 child who is also dead without issue this would give to George W. Prather & Lucy Vanhook …& also to the 3 children of Fanny Gaitskill ……. Walter Prather, Mrs. Pierce heirs Lucy & Elizabeth Couchman…cause continued.

Order Book 14; P. 559; November Court 1872

Gilkey, W. T. Jr. Death Of W. T. Gilkey, Jr.

Mr. W. T. Gilkey, Jr., died at the Lakeland Sanitarium, Sunday morning, aged 37 years. The remains were brought here Monday noon and the burial was at the Winchester cemetery. The services at the grave were conducted by Elders C. J. Armstrong and J. R. Savage in the presence of many sorrowing friends.

Mr. Gilkey was a son of Mr. James Gilkey of the county, and a brother to Mr. Henry Gilkey, of this city. He was very popular in business and socially. Some years ago he went to Louisville and took a position with the Stewart Dry Goods Co., one of the largest concerns in the South. He forced to the front and soon held one of the most responsible positions. His health failed more than a year ago. Three sisters are living, Misses Lizzie, Eva and Mary Taylor Gilkey. We join with the family and hundreds of friends in their sorrow.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Oct. 19, 1905

Gilkison, Grace Cassity The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-16, 2-17-2000
Gilkison, Mrs. Jane Ann Springate The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-8-2011
Gilkison, Walter L. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-7-1985
Gilkison, Wiley E. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-28-1949
Gill, A. T. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-30-1938
Gill, Ben The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-26-1935
Gill, children                          AA Two Children Burned To Death

In Fayette county, Saturday two children, a boy aged five, and a baby girl of fifteen months, were burned to death by the destruction of the house in which they lived. They were the children of Wm. Gill and wife, colored, who had recently removed to that county from Shelbyville.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., May 7, 1901

Gill, Elam Cato The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-3-1955
Gill, Emma A Requisition for Dr. Guilford.

Hartford, Ct., Oct. 7.—Gov. Cooke, Thursday issued extradition papers calling for the return to America of Dr. Nancy Guilford, who is now held in London, England, as a principal in the killing of Emma Gill, the victim of the Yellow pond murder in Bridgeport.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 11, 1898

 

BRIDGEPORT, Ct., Oct. 11.-It is practically admitted by Dr. Nancy Guilford’s attorneys that if she shall be brought back here from London she will turn state’s evidence and charge a certain well known New Haven physician with being the principal in causing the death of Emma Gill.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, October 11, 1898.

Gill, Herman The Winchester   Sun Sat., 3-25-1933
Gill, James The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-30-1938
Gill, John ABOUT PEOPLE-Judge and Mrs. J. M. Benton were in Danville Thursday to attend the funeral of Dr. John Gill, a prominent citizen of that city.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 5, 1895.

Gill, John Pardoned

Alvin Bowling, who killed John Gill, at Mt. Sterling eleven years ago, and who was sent to the pen for twenty-one years for the crime was pardoned a few days ago by Governor Bradley. A son of the dead man, Gill was sent to the pen from this county at the late term of Circuit court for two years for house breaking.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, March 20, 1896

Gill, Lewis At Lancaster, Gar. Leavall was sentenced to fifteen years in the penitentiary for the killing of Lewis Gill.

The Winchester Democrat; Wednesday, September 10, 1890

Gill, Mrs. Beulah Deloris

Rightsell

The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-23, 10-24-1996
Gill, Mrs. Carla Ann Rucker The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-22, 7-23-2002
Gill, Mrs. Elizabeth The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-30-1938
Gill, Mrs. Ella The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-16-1914
Gill, Mrs. Hallie Haight The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-6-1983
Gill, Mrs. Izola Bell The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-28, 8-30-1989
Gill, Mrs. Sarah Belle The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-29-1940
Gill, Mrs. William A Bowling-Green special Thursday says: “A very distressing and tragic accident happened yesterday morning in the Rockfield vicinity, in this county. Several days ago Wm. Gill, a respectable farmer, was married to a handsome woman of the neighborhood and yesterday when he went to the woods to fell some trees his wife went with him. In cutting down a large tree it became uncertain which way it would fall and he called to his wife to run. She was excited and ran he wrong way and was caught by the falling tree and was instantly killed. A ghastly hole was cut in her head and her body frightfully mangled.   The husband is almost crazed with grief over the horrible accident.

The Democrat, Wednesday, February 10, 1892.

Gill, Pearl African American Female, approximately 25 years old, single, born in Alabama, parents unknown, died March 30, 1913, buried March 31, 1913.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate Number 6665, Volume 1913.

Gill, Pearl African American Female, approximately 25 years old, single, born in Alabama, parents unknown, died March 30, 1913, buried March 31, 1913.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate Number 6665, Volume 1913.

Gill, William (Bill) The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-22-1995
Gillam, James The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-12-1924
Gillam, Jarrett The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-9-1938
Gillam, Mrs. Corinne Staton The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-16-1976
Gilland, Jack The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-16-1918
Gillaspie, Bramblett Francis The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-16-1958
Gillaspie, Bramblette Francis Jr.

(Jack)

The Winchester Sun Wed., 2-4, 2-5-1981
Gillaspie, Earnest The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-31-1916
Gillaspie, Edgar Bramblette The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-3-2006

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Tues., 5-2-2006

Gillaspie, H. Clay The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-21-1922
Gillaspie, Haney The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-16-1925
Gillaspie, James C. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-3, 3-4-1970
Gillaspie, James H. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-24-1917
Gillaspie, Jilson S. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-8, 1-9-2002
Gillaspie, Mrs. Bertha Mae Heflin The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-9, 5-10-1997
Gillaspie, Mrs. Clara Whitsitt The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-30, 12-1-1964
Gillaspie, Mrs. Ora Abney Neal The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-11-2011
Gillaspie, Mrs. Sylvia Neal The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-3-1989
Gillaspie, Rankin W. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-4-1983
Gillen, Robert Long Sentence For Murder

In the Richmond Circuit Court James Denny was given twenty years in the penitentiary for killing Robert Gillen in Union City. Denny and another man were fighting when Gillen tried to separate them. Denny then cut Gillen’s throat, killing him instantly.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., June 5, 1906

Gillen, William DIED-Wm. Gillen died Sunday at his home in Madison county, of pneumonia. He was one of Morgan’s men and served in Col. Tucker’s regiment.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, January 11, 1895.

Gillespie, Collis The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-23-1967
Gillespie, David Ordered that George Gillespie infant orphan of David Gillespie decd. be bound unto Enoch Hunt to learn the trade of gunsmith for the period of 6 years who in open court consented to take him.

Order Book 4; P. 267; August Court 1808

Gillespie, Elizabeth Sentence was passed on James Gillespie, who was given a life sentence at Rising Sun, Ind., for the murder of his sister, Elizabeth Gillespie.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Jan. 12, 1905

Gillespie, Frederica Shoots Herself

Dr. Frederica Gillespie, who practiced her profession of Osteopathy in Winchester for several years, committed suicide in East St. Louis Saturday by shooting herself in the right temple. She was a member of the Baptist Church, was twenty-eight years old, and ill health was the cause of the rash act. The many friends she made while a resident of this city will regret to hear of her death.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., July 24, 1906

Gillespie, Haynes Thornton The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-29-1972
Gillespie, James William Sr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-11-1998
Gillespie, Mrs. Blanche Brewster The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-21, 2-22-1963
Gillespie, Mrs. Margaret Jane The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-12-1983
Gillespie, Mrs. Rebecca Died of grief

Mrs. Rebecca Gillespie died at Mt. Sterling aged thirty-eight years. It is said her death was caused by grief over the death of her son two years ago.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, October 22, 1909

Gillespie, Omah The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-20, 8-21-1928
Gillespie, Tiney Crushed Her Husbands Skull.

Henry, Ky., May 6.—Great excitement prevails in the neighborhood of Havilandsville, this county, over the killing of Tiney Gillespie by his wife. Gillespie was a young man and had not been living very pleasantly with his wife. Tuesday a quarrel arose between them, and the wife struck the husband on the head with a blacksmith hammer, crushing his skull, from which he died in a few hours. The woman was immediately arrested.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 7, 1897

Gillespie, Willie Veirl The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-4-2000
Gilley, Charles William The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-14-1971
Gilley, Earl The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-16-1983
Gilley, I. M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-26-1954
Gilley, Jackie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-26-1945
Gilley, John Franklin The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-2-1953
Gilley, Kiser The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-6-1914
Gilley, Mrs. Della Viola The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-11-1969
Gilley, Mrs. Sarah Mint Powell The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-25, 7-26-1984
Gilley, Robert The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-4-1944
Gilliam, Adolphus The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-26, 4-27-1963
Gilliam, Darrell Roger The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-2-2011
Gilliam, H. A. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-5-1942
Gilliam, H. G. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-1-1971
Gilliam, Herbert The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-3-1982
Gilliam, Howard A. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-31-1944
Gilliam, J. F. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-17-1930
Gilliam, John H. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-20-1934
Gilliam, M. Randolph The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-18-2004
Gilliam, Mrs. Alice Nunnelly The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-30-1953
Gilliam, Mrs. Amanda The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-10-1953
Gilliam, Mrs. Belva L. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-6-1977
Gilliam, Mrs. Goldie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-19-1929
Gilliam, Mrs. Grace Thornberry The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-31-1957
Gilliam, Mrs. Lillie B. Ragland The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-18-1925
Gilliam, Mrs. Mabel The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-31-1974
Gilliam, R. C. The Winchester Sun,   Thurs., 1-13-1921
Gilliam, son The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-28-1923
Gilliam, W. H. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-20-1948
Gilliam, William Roy The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-22-1957
Gilliani, John D. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-14-1939
Gilligan, Martin A well known character dead

Poor, crippled Martin Gilligan, so well known to every man, woman and child of this city, died Sunday afternoon at 5 o’clock. He had seen better days in the earlier part of   his life. He was fairly well educated and possessed a humorous and witty nature. He     was   a harmless creature and ever willing to do a charitable act for any one. Until a few days before his death he was homeless and friendless and was in dire distress, not even having the necessaries of life. This fact became known to one of the members of the Young Men’s institute, who brought it to the notice of this charitable organization and steps were taken to make his last days on earth comfortable. May god reward these charitable men. He died at the boarding house of Mr. Watson and was buried from St. Joseph’s church Monday at 2:30 p.m.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, February 25, 1896

Gilliland, T. B. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-30-1942
Gillilland, Mrs. Fannie Sudduth The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-13-1925
Gillim, Charles Two Fatalities At Vanceburg

Vanceburg, Ky., Nov. 18

J. Stine, a farmer of near Martin, fell off a wagon, was run over and killed. Charles Gillim, of this county, while operating a sawmill, was caught in a pulley and instantly killed.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Nov. 21, 1902

Gillingham, Mrs. Nancy Gardner The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-16-1934
Gillis, Irvin A GREWSOME COINCIDENCE.

John McAtee the Last of a Quartette to Commit Suicide.

Louisville, Ky., Nov. 11.-Mrs. Julia Long, the mother of John McAtee, the Kansas City southern clerk who is reported to have committed suicide in Kansas City Sunday because of an accusation of attempted robbery, rejects the story of theft as the motive. She says John McAtee is an only son and could have had financial assistance had he asked for it. A gruesome coincidence comes to light in connection with the death of McAtee.   When he was a young man he was intimate with three other well known young men-Irvin Gillis, Dudley Reynolds and Will Coker. Each of these men has since died by his own hand and McAtee is the last of the quartette to take his life.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, November 14, 1902.

Gillis, James                           AA Willis Gillis, a colored man of Henderson, states that a boy whom he raised, James Gillis, was lost on the U. S. S. Maine, and that he has received from the department at Washington a voucher for $50 and also a letter inquiring whether or not $5,000 would be sufficient indemnity for the loss of his son.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, April 26, 1898

Gillis, Mrs. Tascoe Seals The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-8-1967
Gillispie, _____ North Middletown

The remains of Cap. Gillispie were buried in the local cemetery here. Many friends from Judy, Mt. Sterling, Winchester and Carlisle attended the burial.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Aug., 30, 1901

Gillispie, Eleanor Women are very seldom hung in Kentucky and the Owingsville Opinion gives the following account of the first judicial hanging in Bath county: “The first person to suffer capital punishment in the county was a woman, Eleanor Gillispie. She was hung for the murder of her husband. The execution took place at the forks of the road, near the foot of the hill on the Mt. Sterling and Owingsville turnpike. The crime for which this woman was hung was a most atrocious one. It seems that her husband came home and retired , and while sleeping off the effects of too much liquor, the woman compelled a little boy—probably her son—to get a rope and hold one end, while she held the other across the neck of her husband and thus strangled him to death. The boy was acquitted but the woman was hung on the 28th day of July, 1817. One David Hynomon built the gallows, and the court allowed him $6 for the work.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, July 19, 1893

Gillispie, George Robert The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-12-1948
Gillispie, John C. Breckinridge The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-18-1928
Gillispie, Joseph S. The Winchester Sun,   Tues., 1-4-1921
Gillispie, Lloyd B. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-9, 12-10-2002
Gillispie, Mrs. Clifton North Middletown

Mrs. Clifton Gillispie was buried here this week.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Sept. 12, 1902

Gillispie, Mrs. Leda The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-4-1941
Gillispie, William C. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-23-1938
Gillium, Jake Drank Hot Drops

Harlan, Ky., Sept. 25

Jas. Scott, Jake Gillium and three companions spent their week’s earnings on Poor Fork, this county, for “lightning hot drops.” They drank the mixture, and Scott and Gillium died in a short time. Others in critical conditions.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Oct. 2, 1900

Gillman, Basil The Winchester Sun   Mon, 9-22-2003
Gillman, Lon Jr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-7, 4-9-2008
Gillman-Brock, Linda The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-28, 5-29-2009
Gillock, Charles The Winchester Sun Fri., 6-27-1913
Gillon, Harvey E. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-1-1937
Gillstrap, Gus Rockport – Gus Gillstrap, 18, son of Willis Gillstrap, a traveling man, accidentally shot and killed himself while out hunting. Gillstrap chased a rabbit into its burrow and tried to rout it from its place of concealment with his shotgun as a club, the barrel pointing at his breast.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, December 23, 1910

Gillum, Bunks Got Verdict For $10,000

Russellville, Ky., Oct. 17

The jury in the case of Mrs. Bunks Gillum vs. the L. & N. Railroad Co., returned a verdict for plaintiff for $10,000. Mrs. Gillum’s husband was killed on the Owensboro & Russellville division of this road a year ago last February while acting in the capacity of fireman.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Oct. 22,1901

Gillum, Earle The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-12-1923
Gillum, infant daughter The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-15-1928
Gillum, Mervin E. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-12-1984
Gillum, Minnie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-15-1928
Gillum, Mrs. Eliza Charles The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-3-1975
Gillum, Mrs. Julia Ann The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-5-1999
Gillum, Thomas The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-2, 3-3-1965
Gillum, Tommy Lloyd The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-5, 7-6-2011
Gilly, Mrs. Edna The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-6-2006
Gilman, Mrs. ____ Mr. and Mrs. A. Gnadinger, Mr. and Mrs. Will Main and T. L. Nunan attended the funeral of Mrs. Gilman at Paris yesterday.

The Democrat, Wednesday, May 16, 1890

Gilman, Oscar O. OSCAR O. GILMAN, who died in a sanitarium at Cincinnati last week, owned over 300 acres of land near Becknerville. He was well known to our farmers as an extensive dealer in bluegrass seed.

The Democrat, Wednesday, April 13, 1892.

Gilmer, Coyt The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-14, 4-15-1969
Gilmer, George The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-4-1973
Gilmer, Mrs. L. W. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-15-1973
Gilmer, Mrs. Nancy Brown The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-11, 2-12-1992
Gilmer, Norton B. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-16-1985
Gilmore, ______ Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Donovan were called to Maysville Tuesday at attend the funeral of Mr. Gilmore.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 5, 1897

Gilmore, Donald A. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-2, 4-3-2008
Gilmore, Mrs. Ella Martin The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-7-1958
Gilmore, Mrs. Harriett           AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-21-1922
Gilmore, Robert Robert Gilmore, aged eighty-eight, who died in Pulaski, never shaved in his life and his face was as smooth and devoid of hair as that of a woman.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., July 18, 1899

Gilpin, Harry The Winchester Sun Mon., 9-16-1912
Gilpin, Harry H. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-5-1945
Gilpin, Henry Mrs. Henry Gilpin, of Lawrenceburg, has sued the Louisville Southern railroad for $25,000 damages for the killing of her husband.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 19, 1894

Gilpin, Mrs. Mary Mrs. Mary Gilpin, aged 100 years and two months died at Clinton, Mo. She was born near Mt. Sterling in April, 1804, and had resided in Henry county, Missouri, since 1824. Her father died a few years ago at the age of 116 years and six months.   Her mother lived to be 115 years and three days old, and an elder sister died at the age of 106 years, another at 101 years, while a brother still lives in Oregon at the age of 106 years.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Sept. 29, 1904

Gilpin, Sam Sr. The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-6-1913
Gilpin, William The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-29, 7-31-2006
Gilson, William Earl The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-19-1977
Gilstrap, Mrs. Maysel S. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-7-1986
Giltner, W. S. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-15-1921
Gilvin, Daniel The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-3-1921
Gilvin, Howard E. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-26-1950, 1-15-1951
Gilvin, infant daughter The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-29-1920
Gilvin, Mrs. Anna Lou The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-27, 6-28-1966
Gilvin, Mrs. Florence Craycraft The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-1, 3-2-1974
Gilvin, Mrs. Grace Anderson The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-28-2006
Gilvin, Mrs. Jas. Died—Sunday, Mrs. Jas. Gilvin, of Wades Mill. The remains were buried at the Kerr Johnson graveyard in Montgomery county.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 12, 1897

Gilvin, Mrs. Judith The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-6, 1-7-1941
Gilvin, Mrs. Lillian Turner The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-20-1976
Gilvin, Mrs. Martha Elizabeth

Botts

The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-13-1960
Gilvin, Mrs. Mary Fawns The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-23-1985
Gilvin, Mrs. Walter The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-21-1934
Gilvin, Mrs. Walter The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-20-1950
Gilvin, Mrs. Walter The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-21-1945
Gilvin, Omer The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-27, 6-28-1955, ., 6-27-1956
Gilvin, Orie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-13-1950
Gilvin, Raymond B. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-30-1985
Gilvin, Richard L. Sr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-3, 2-4-1992
Gilvin, Walter Boyd The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-27-1959
Gilvin, William C. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-26-1995
Gilvin, William Hampton The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-10-1927
Gilvin, Woodson Dudley The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-13-1976
Gilvin-Stallings, Mrs. Mary Ann

Kizer Brown

The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-15-2002
Gines, Mrs. Barbara Ann The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-3-1997
Ging, Mrs. Thos. Bell Woman Dropped Dead in Store.

Rushville, Ind., Dec. 10.—Mrs. Thos. Bell Ging, aged 50 mother of ten children, while examining toys for Christmas here dropped dead in Felton’s store.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 13, 1898

Ginger, John H. Joseph Bondurant vs. Lex. B. S. R. R. Crs &c …………Equity

………..On the motion of R. Apperson the following judgments rendered in his favor on his cross petition are set aside ………….Marshall Baker admin. of John H. Ginger …………….. On Motion of Plaintiff the judgments rendered herein in favor of the petitioner against the deft. ………….judgment against J. T. Young & Ben Burbridge admin. of John Burbridge dec. …… also against H. Hamilton as Curator of Rebecca Hamilton dec. …..Also against James S. Warren admin. of John Warren dec. ………….

Order Book 10; P. 295; November Court 1859

Ginger, Lyman V. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-3-1999
Ginger, Mrs. Elizabeth Sudduth

(Ginger)

The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-17, 8-18-1989
Ginger, Mrs. G. C. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-10-1970
Ginn, Frances Crazed with jealousy

Husband killed wife and then shot himself

Louisville, Ky. – Crazed by jealousy, Thomas P. Ginn, 41 years old, shot and instantly killed his wife and then placed the revolver in his mouth and pulled the trigger. The two bodies were found side by side when the police rushed in to ascertain the shooting. Ginn was taken to a hospital and will recover. That Ginn’s jealousy had been directed principally at his son, Thomas P. Ginn, Jr., 22 years old, is the belief of neighbors, who had heard frequent quarrels between the man and his wife. At the supper hour when Mrs. Ginn went to a grocery her husband followed her. As the two entered an alley near their home Ginn pulled his revolver and shot his wife in the back. She fell dead at his feet. Ginn was a tobacco worker and was in comparatively good circumstances. His wife was before her marriage Frances Goodwin. Both lived in Maysville, Ky., several years but had moved to Louisville a short time after their marriage.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, October 5, 1909

Ginn, John The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-17-1938
Ginn, Pearl The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-11-1923
Ginn, Robert Benton The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-29-1934
Ginnie, William The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-16, 4-17-1923
Ginnochio, Sam Deaths

At his home in Cincinnati Tuesday, June 16th, after an illness of several months, Sam Ginnochio. He was well known here where for several years he clerked in the confectionery store of S. Dinelle.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., June 23, 1903

Ginter, Albert Coleman The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-17-1962
Ginter, Austin W. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-4-2010
Ginter, Bennie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-2-1998
Ginter, Bobby Dean Jr. The Winchester Sun Wed., 9-19-2007
Ginter, Buford The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-19, 3-20-1975
Ginter, Charles Hughes The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-20, 2-21-1969
Ginter, Charles Jr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-11-1977
Ginter, Charles W. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-24-1950
Ginter, Chess The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-26-1962
Ginter, Conner Ewing The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-18, 1-19-2000
Ginter, Danny Lee The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-17-1955
Ginter, Floyd The Winchester Sun Mon., 10-19-1981
Ginter, Floyd Ewell The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-6-1977
Ginter, Forest B. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-5-1979
Ginter, George The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-22-1950
Ginter, J. A. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-17-1970
Ginter, James Morgan The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-21-1947
Ginter, Jerry Nolan The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-22-1969
Ginter, Joe The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-25-1955
Ginter, John (Sid) The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-24-1971
Ginter, John Oliver The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-5, 5-6-1972
Ginter, John Stephen The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-22, 6-23-1983
Ginter, Lee Roy The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-9-2006
Ginter, Martin N. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-22, 8-23-1988
Ginter, Mrs. Anna Flora The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-12-1959
Ginter, Mrs. Dorothy G. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-16, 11-17-2010
Ginter, Mrs. Emma Frances Crowe The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-7, 6-8-2011
Ginter, Mrs. Katherine The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-27-1936
Ginter, Mrs. Lida Puckett The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-18-1946
Ginter, Mrs. Lillian Moores The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-6-1965
Ginter, Mrs. Loueller Morris The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-12-1955
Ginter, Mrs. Lucille Shrout The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-2-1978
Ginter, Mrs. Mary Wade The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-6-1969
Ginter, Mrs. Nannie Elizabeth The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-10, 3-11, 3-12, 3-13-2008
Ginter, Mrs. Wilma Louise The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-6, 4-7-1987
Ginter, Newt The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-19-1983
Ginter, Ollie J. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-9-1997
Ginter, Phillip Wayne The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-10, 8-11, 8-12-1972
Ginter, R. S. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-27-1936
Ginter, Robert Herschel The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-4, 6-5-2010
Ginter, Roy Vester The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-3-1973
Ginter, Virgil O. (Jack) The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-22-2004
Ginter, William B. (Brown) The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-28, 10-29-1994
Ginter, William R. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-20-1968
Giovannoli, Annie Mosley The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-4-1924
Giovannoli, Mrs. Carrie Kinnaird The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-13-1915
Giovannoli, Mrs. Carrie Kinnard The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-12-1936
Giovannoli, Robert K. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-12-1936
Gipson, Aden The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-27, 1-28-1986
Gipson, Antione Maurice The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-12-1982
Gipson, Audrey Mae The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-15-1955
Gipson, David The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-30, 12-1-1999
Gipson, Kathy Skinner The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-10, 4-12, 4-13-1993
Gipson, Mrs. Sharon T. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-22, 12-24-1999
Gipson, Troy The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-30, 9-1, 9-2-2000
Girardey, J. P. Death of Maj. Girardey.

Paducah, Ky., Sept. 23.—Maj. J. P. Girardey, a confederate veteran, aged 70, died here Thursday night. He was born in France and spent most of his life at Augusta, Ga. He invented the Girardey fuse to explode shells. For his invention he received $50,000 for a one-fifth interest during the war. His invention was successfully used in the Franco-Prussian war. During the past few years he has resided at Paducah.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, September 23, 1898

Giraud, Sebastian Charles Sebastian Charles Giraud, the well-known French painter, is dead at the age of 73.

The Democrat, Wednesday, October 5, 1892.

Girdley, Mrs. John Buried In One Grave

Bardstown, Ky., Aug. 8.—Miss Nancy Girdley, aged 102 years, died Tuesday at the home of her brother, John Girdley, five miles from here. Until a short time ago she had the full use of her faculties, but was stricken with paralysis, since which time she has been an invalid. Mrs. John Girdley, sister-in-law of Miss Girdley, died within half an hour afterward. Both will be buried in the same grave in the family burying ground on their place.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 9, 1895

Girdley, Nancy Buried In One Grave

Bardstown, Ky., Aug. 8.—Miss Nancy Girdley, aged 102 years, died Tuesday at the home of her brother, John Girdley, five miles from here. Until a short time ago she had the full use of her faculties, but was stricken with paralysis, since which time she has been an invalid. Mrs. John Girdley, sister-in-law of Miss Girdley, died within half an hour afterward. Both will be buried in the same grave in the family burying ground on their place.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 9, 1895

Girod, L. N. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-6-1934
Girty, John John Girty, one of the pioneers of Campbell county and Kentucky was found dead in bed Monday evening. He was a descendant of Simon Girty, one of the most celebrated men in the early history of the western frontier.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, January 15, 1897

Gist, David Revolutionary War Soldier – Lieutenant

List of Revolutionary Soldiers Who Were Citizens Of Clark County, Kentucky

Compiled By Mrs. William D. Clark, Of Hart Chapter, D.A.R.

Chairman Of Revolutionary Soldiers Graves

Winchester, Clark County, Kentucky, Library

Research Room

Gist, David R. On the motion of Ellis Dean and David Howell who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted them for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of David R. Gist deceased….with John Martin, Isaac C. Skinner, Susan Gist and H. Clay Wilson as security…………..

Order Book 12; P. 171; November Court 1848

 

Ordered that Roy Stuart, James R. Wornall, Obadaih Dooley and Thomas G. Sudduth or any three of them after being first sworn do appraise …..the estate of David R. Gist deceased……………..

Order Book 12; P. 171; November Court 1848

 

Inventory and appraisement of the estate of David R. Gist was produced in court…………….

Order Book 12; P. 187; February Court 1849

 

Sale bill of the estate of David R. Gist dec. was produced in court………….

Order Book 12; P. 191; February Court 1849

 

David R. Gist admin. settlement with William Flanagan special commissioner, produced to court and continued until next term.

Order Book 12; P. 382; July Court 1851

 

David R. Gist admin. settlement with William Flanagan special commissioner having been filled at last court was again produced ………..approved ……….recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 388; July Court 1851

 

On motion of David Howell for himself and Anna his wife and also as Trustee for James H. Turner and Rachel his wife, Leander M. Cox and Susan his wife and H. Clay Wilson heirs and legal representatives of Reagan H. Gist dec. and Thomasena Gist by her guardian William A. Dudley heirs of Thomas Gist dec. all of whom are heirs at law and legal representatives of David R. Gist deceased who died in Clark County intestate ordered that Thomas Hart, Ellis Dean and John Evans be and they are hereby appointed to divide the lands descended to said heirs from said David R. Gist in Clark county lying on Stones creek and also one small tract of land lying in Montgomery county adjoining the land of David Howell. All of which lands so descendent are unencumbered by dower that said commissioners proceed to make partition of said lands among said heirs according to quantity and quality and report their proceedings to this court being first duly sworn.

Order Book 12; P. 393 & 394; July Court 1851

 

On motion of Samuel Hanson ordered that he be appointed guardian of the estate of Thomasina H. Gist the non-resident infant orphan heir of David R. Gist dec. whereupon said Hanson together with Armstead Blackwell and James Halley entered into and acknowledged their bond their bond in the penalty of $20000 conditioned according to law. William A Dudley her former guardian by the appointment of this court having by writing this day filed under his hand consented to give up said guardianship.

Order Book 12; P. 418; November Court 1851

 

An amended settlement with the guardian of Thomasina H. Gist was produced ….filed.

Order Book 12; P. 450; March Court 1852

Gist, Nathaniel Revolutionary War Soldier – Colonel

List of Revolutionary Soldiers Who Were Citizens Of Clark County, Kentucky

Compiled By Mrs. William D. Clark, Of Hart Chapter, D.A.R.

Chairman Of Revolutionary Soldiers Graves

Winchester, Clark County, Kentucky, Library

Research Room

 

Sheriff of Clark County summons Joshua Gist and the heirs of estate of Nathaniel Gist decd. to appear in court.

Order Book 4; P. 438; October Court 1800

 

Motion by the heirs and legal representatives of Nathaniel Gist decd. form a commission to take depositions to perpetuate testimony regarding two military surveys of 3000 acres each on Stoner Fork formerly Gist Creek, which was ordered by the King of Great Britain’s proclamation of 1763.

Order Book 4; P. 386; February Court 1810

 

Motion made by many Gist family members and the heirs and legal representatives of Nathaniel Gist decd. and the legates of Thomas Lewis decd. commission be appointed to take testimony concerning two military surveys of 3000 acres each made under the governors warrant of Virginia by virtue of the King of Great Britain’s proclamation in the year 1763.

Order Book 4; P. 385-386; February Court 1810

 

Canewood, The Seat of the Gist Family.

By Hon. James Flanagan.

In the last part of the eighteenth century, Col. Nathaniel Gist, a soldier of distinction in the Continental Army under General Washington, was granted a military warrant for 7,000 acres of land in Bourbon and Clark counties, Kentucky, for meritorious and gallant services to his country in the war of the Revolution. Col. Nathaniel Gist was the son of Col. Christopher Gist, who accompanied Washington as a guide to Logtown and Fort Duquesne, and saved his life twice on that expedition. He was subsequently killed at Braddock’s Defeat, where his son, Nathaniel, was taken prisoner. At the time the warrant was issued about three-fourths of the land was situated in Clark county and the remainder in Bourbon county. Subsequently the line between the counties was changed by an act of the Legislature, and all of the land except a few acres, was placed in Clark. The grant contained some of the finest land upon earth, unsurpassed in fertility of soil, and abundance and quality of timber. Before it was settled it was covered by a dense growth of cane, and such was the luxuriance of the grass, cane and peavine, and the tract contained so many pretty streams of water, that it was a kind of rendezvous for all sorts of game, such as deer, elk, buffalo, wild turkeys, pheasants, etc., and it was a noted hunting ground. The streams abounded in various kinds of fish, and one of the small tributaries to Stoner Creek was considered so beautiful that it was called “Pretty Run.”

In the year 1793 Col. Gist sold the southern half of the grant to Thomas Lewis, of Fayette county, for 900 pounds in current money. Thomas Lewis was the father of Asa K., Stephen and Thornton Lewis, and Mrs. Green Clay, wife of Gen. Green Clay, of Madison county, and the 3,000 acres conveyed by Col. Gist was known in the early times as the Lewis Territory. The Northern half of the 7,000 was retained by Col. Gist, upon which he erected a house for his residence which he called “Canewood,” the name being taken from the character of the land and cane woods. These lands are now owned by Matthew D. Hume’s heirs, Eli Bean’s heirs, L. B. Cockrell, Thomas Sydner and the heirs of George Owen. Col. Gist settled at Canewood in the early days of the county and established the seat of the Gist family in Kentucky. He died in 1793 and is buried in the family cemetery, now a part of the farm on which Matthew D. Hume lived. He left a widow, Mrs. Judith Gist and the following children: Judith, who married Dr. Joseph Boswell, of Fayette county, Sarah H., who married the Hon. Jesse Bledsoe, of Bourbon county; Maria C., who married the late Benjamin Gratz, of Lexington; Eliza, who married Francis Preston Blair, a daughter who married Capt. Nat Hart, of the River Raisin; Davidella, who died unmarried; Thomas M. Gist and Henry C. Gist. A grand-daughter, Judith Ann Bledsoe, married Judge Mason Brown, father of Col. John Mason Brown, of Louisville.

When the children came into the possession of this magnificent property they soon sold out their interest in the estate to other people, except Benjamin Gratz, whose wife inherited 177 ½ acres on which Canewood, the old residence was situated. Mrs. Gratz kept the old homestead until 1852, when she sold it to Matthew D. Hume. Martin Sydner bought Davidella’s share of the land, where Sydner’s famous water mill was built on Stoner Creek now in Clark county. In the establishment of the county in 1792, the site of Sydner’s mill was then in Bourbon county, but by an act of the Legislature in 1798, it together with the lands of Evans Wade and others, was attached to Clark county. The descendants of Col. Gist were people of uncommon gifts and attainments and the daughters all married men of ability and learning. Among them was Benjamin Gratz, one of the most respected citizens that ever lived in Lexington, and for whom Gratz Park, in that beautiful city is named.

Capt. Nat Hart, a brother of Mrs. Henry Clay, of Ashland, and who was killed at the battle of the River Raisin in the war of 1812, also married a daughter of Col. Gist, of Canewood.

Francis Preston Blair was the editor of the Globe, at Washington City for eight years during the administration of Gen. Andrew Jackson and for four years during the administration of Martin Van Buren. He was the father of Francis P. Blair, Jr., who was a Major General in the United States Army in the War of the Rebellion and Montgomery Blair who was Postmaster General under the administration of President Lincoln.

Jesse Bledsoe was the peer of any lawyer or advocate in the State and was characterized by Henry Clay as the formidable man he ever met at the bar in Kentucky. Dr. Boswell was one of the most eminent men of Lexington in his day, one of whose daughters was the first wife of Gov. Luke P. Blackburn, of Louisville.

Judge Mason Brown was an eminent scholar, lawyer and jurist and was the father of the late distinguished John Mason Brown, of the Louisville bar, at one time the leading lawyer in the city of Louisville, and perhaps more learned in law than any man in the State. Col. Gist’s sons were men of fine natural endowments, enjoyed the advantages of collegiate education and began life with prospects which bid fair to shed luster upon the escutcheon of their heroic ancestry and were cherished by their friends as a part of the hope and expectancy of the grand old Commonwealth. But   they were so unfortunate as to inherit a large estate and yielding to the fascinating seduction of conviviality, they failed to leave that impress which their talents and attainments should have won for them.

Col. Gist was buried in the cemetery at Canewood and several years after his death a hickory tree sprang up at the foot of his grave, which in a few years grew to be a very tall tree. It is claimed that this tree was an omen that the descendants should be Democrats and support General Jackson. Accordingly the sons were strong Democrats and ardent supporters of Gen. Jackson, as were the sons-in-law, except Mr. Gratz, who was a Whig. The hickory tree is still standing at the foot of the grave.

“Canewood” was the seat of refinement and elegant hospitality, the ideal country home of the olden time. The writer was at Canewood in 1841, before time had wrought her vengeance and demolished this primeval house, surrounded by yard and grounds as lovely as nature in her prodigality could make them, and he remembers no spot upon the earth that has since looked more beautiful to him than did this old time mansion on that glorious morning in June, 1841. The place was then owned by Mrs. Gratz, and the old negroes belonging to Col. Gist, were the only occupants of the premises. It was kept at that time by Mr. Gratz as a summer home, where he would bring his family every year to spend about two months. Flowering plants, rose trees in full bloom, attested, the care once bestowed upon this Eden, and gave play to the imagination to picture the loveliness of the spot where woman’s gentle touch mingled with the invisible in helping to adorn a home of man.

Mrs. Gist was a woman of great strength of character, and capacity, and must have been a very remarkable woman in every respect to have been the mother of girls, whose hands were sought by the character of men who married them.

A few years after the death of Col. Gist his widow intermarried with Gen. Charles Scott, one of the early Governors of Kentucky, and a distinguished soldier in the war of the Revolution. After his marriage with Mrs. Gist, Governor Scott lived at Canewood until his death, which occurred in 1813. He was buried in the family cemetery at Canewood and the Legislature erected a monument over his grave at this place. Subsequently the Legislature removed his remains to Frankfort and interred them there in 1853 or 1854. After his marriage he was frequently a visitor to Winchester, and such was his reputation that he was the cynosure of all eyes, as being one of the survivors of the Revolution and the compatriot of General Washington.

He was buried at Canewood with Military honors, the Old Light Infantry Company, composed of the battle-scarred heroes of River Raisin and Dudley’s Defeat that had served under Capt. Nathaniel Hart in the war of 1812 coming from Lexington to perform the funeral rites over the dead soldier. Governor Scott is said to have been a very original man, possessed of a great amount of strong sense, and with a discriminating judgement of men and things.

He was the author of the famous expression that “The people, when they got wrong had to get damned wrong before they could get right.” In his contest before the people for the office of Governor his opponent was a learned man in the law and literature, and one of the best orators of that day. Gen. Scott, in reply to him upon the hustings, upon one occasion, said in his blunt style, that he could make a pretty speech and honey fuggle the people and belonged to that class of politicians, who lick the people’s feet before the election and want the people to lick his feet after the election.

Canewood with all its beauty and glories has passed away. Naught remains of the old home of two   distinguished soldiers of the Revolution but the recollection of the generous hospitality displayed by its illustrious tenants in other days and generations.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 18, 1903

Gist, Reagan H. On motion of David Howell for himself and Anna his wife and also as Trustee for James H. Turner and Rachel his wife, Leander M. Cox and Susan his wife and H. Clay Wilson heirs and legal representatives of Reagan H. Gist dec. and Thomasena Gist by her guardian William A. Dudley heirs of Thomas Gist dec. all of whom are heirs at law and legal representatives of David R. Gist deceased who died in Clark County intestate ordered that Thomas Hart, Ellis Dean and John Evans be and they are hereby appointed to divide the lands descended to said heirs from said David R. Gist in Clark county lying on Stones creek and also one small tract of land lying in Montgomery county adjoining the land of David Howell. All of which lands so   descendent are unencumbered by dower that said commissioners proceed to make partition of said lands among said heirs according to quantity and quality   and report their proceedings to this court being first duly sworn.

Order Book 12; P. 393 & 394; July Court 1851

Gist, Robert Among the recent deaths from yellow fever in Memphis is that of Judge Robert Gist, who was born and raised in Clark and lived here until manhood. He studied law under Governor Clark, and moved to Tennessee 40 years ago, and rose to a position of prominence in his adopted State. He was about 70 years of age. Many of our people will remember his beautiful and accomplished daughter, Miss Gertie, who spent last year visiting relatives in our county.

The Clark County Democrat   Wed., 10-2-1878

Gist, Thomas Ordered that William A. Dudley be appointed guardian to the estate of Thomasana H. Gist infant orphan (and one of the heirs of D. R. Gist) of Thomas H. Gist deceased…… with Benjamin W. Dudley security………..

Order Book 12; P. 164; November Court 1848

 

On motion of David Howell for himself and Anna his wife and also as Trustee for James H. Turner and Rachel his wife, Leander M. Cox and Susan his wife and H. Clay Wilson heirs and legal representatives of Reagan H. Gist dec. and Thomasina Gist by her guardian William A. Dudley heirs of Thomas Gist dec. all of whom are heirs at law and legal representatives of David R. Gist deceased who died in Clark County intestate ordered that Thomas Hart, Ellis Dean and John Evans be and they are hereby appointed to divide the lands descended to said heirs from said David R. Gist in Clark county lying on Stones creek and also one small tract of land lying in Montgomery county adjoining the land of David Howell. All of which lands so   descendent are unencumbered by dower that said commissioners proceed to make partition of said lands among said heirs according to quantity and quality   and report their proceedings to this court being first duly sworn.

Order Book 12; P. 393 & 394; July Court 1851

 

Settlement with the guardian of Thomasina H. Gist was produced in court …….filed.

Order Book 12; P. 432; December Court 1851

……..again produced ……approved …….recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 458; April Court 1852

Given, Cecil The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-28-1918
Given, Jack The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-20-1916
Given, Jas. Fayette; J. E. Keller, Jr. aged sixteen, accidentally shot Jas. Given, aged fifteen inflicting a mortal wound.

The Democrat, Wednesday, February 12, 1890.

Givens, _______ JEAN COUCH GUILTY.

He Received a Sentence of 20 Years in the Penitentiary.

Madisonville, Ky., Dec. 19.-The jury at Dixon, Ky., in the case of Jean Couch, a Negro union miner, charged with shooting into a wagonload of nonunion Negroes en route to the providence mines, returned a verdict of guilty and sentenced Couch to 20 years in the penitentiary. President Wood, of the district United Mine Workers’ Union, who is now in Central City, claims that two attempts were made by unknown persons to assassinate him Tuesday night. The Webster county grand jury, in session in Dixon, returned indictments Wednesday against James D. Wood, president U. M. W. of A., 23d district, Kit Barnaby, vice president, and W. B. Kissinger, a member of the official board, who has been actively engaged in unionizing Hopkins, Webster and Christian counties, charging them as accessories before the fact for willful murder. The indictments are the result of an investigation into the facts connected with the attack made on the Providence mines by the union men five weeks ago.   One of the union men named Givens, who was killed in the battle, had papers on his person which were introduced as evidence against the union leaders. A list of the guns their numbers and the names of the men to whom the guns had been given, were found, together with other evidence. Wood, Barnaby and Kissinger, the indicted, will be refused bond. Barnaby was in Madisonville Wednesday when the news came. Wood is said to be in Central city, though he may be in Halifax before morning. Two union men were tried at Dixon in circuit court Wednesday and sentenced to two years in the penitentiary. The other cases against union men were continued. Madisonville, Ky., Dec. 20.-Vice President C. Barnaby, of the United Mine Workers’ of America, 23d district, was arrested by Deputy Sheriff James Thomas just as he was in the act of boarding the noon train for Henderson.   Barnaby, Wood, Rissonger and other union men were indicted by the Webster county grand jury at Dixon Wednesday for being accessories before the fact of murder.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 24, 1901.

Givens, Almeda The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-11-2002
Givens, Andrew The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-3-1974
Givens, Brannon In a Lexington hospital

Brannon Givens’ slayer arrested by Sheriff Scott

Lexington, Ky., – Robert Brown, the negro who killed Brannon Givens by shooting     him in the back while the latter was seated between two companions in a wagon in the Nicholasville road, was arrested by Sheriff Dan Scott and Deputy Frank Rogers in         St. Joseph’s hospital. Brown, for whom the officers had been scouring the country since the killing of Givens, accidentally shot himself with a revolver while sequestered at a point on the Louisville & Nashville railroad. He made his way to the hospital for treatment, giving an assumed name. He was recognized, however, by a colored attendant, who informed the sheriff of the wounded man’s identity. Brown admitted to Sheriff Scott that he had killed Givens, but claims that the discharge of the rifle was accidental.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, May 24, 1910

Givens, C. C. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-22-1926
Givens, Carl E. Jr. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-16-2006
Givens, D. A. D. A. Givens, one of the noted breeders of Jersey cattle in Kentucky, died at his home near Cynthiana last week.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 6, 1895

Givens, Ernest Oscar (E. O.) The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-1, 11-3-1977
Givens, Etta T. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-24, 7-26, 7-27-1982
Givens, Henry United in Life and Death..

Near Ewing, in Fleming county, last week were buried at the same time two brothers who were perfect models of what brothers should be. James Givens, aged seventy-six, and his   brother, Henry, aged seventy-one, had lived together in harmony and farmed in partnership on the large tract of land inherited from their father, Benjamin Givens. Henry was a bachelor, while James had been married and left two daughters. The brothers labored together, and added to their accumulations as if under the direction of one mind. No separate accounts were kept, no individual ledger opened, no credit given to the one in which the other did not appear. They lived through the long years without one jarring word or cross purpose. Age finally compelled them to cease active work about the same time, the one affected with a liver complaint, the other with Bright’s disease; but, even in the shadow of death, their affection for each other remained undimmed. On a bright Sunday Henry passed away, and Monday following, James followed him over the borderland. The bodies were buried in one grave at Elizaville, with the honors of the Masonic Lodge of which they had been members for years. The unusual and pathetic funeral services were conducted by the venerable Dr. Scudder, of the Presbyterian Church at Carlisle, who in the course of his remarks said that in his long experience with a hard world he had never known such unusual, unselfish and remarkable love between brothers.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 4, 1902

Givens, Henry                         AA News comes from Harlan county of the horrible killing of a negro named Henry Givens. He was found near his home tied to a tree with his body riddled with bullets. His skull was crushed and both eyes shot out. The negro had a bad reputation and is reported to have attempted to poison several persons. There is no clew to the names of the parties who mobbed him.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, January 3, 1894

Givens, Isaac The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-6-1925
Givens, James United in Life and Death..

Near Ewing, in Fleming county, last week were buried at the same time two brothers who were perfect models of what brothers should be. James Givens, aged seventy-six, and his   brother, Henry, aged seventy-one, had lived together in harmony and farmed in partnership on the large tract of land inherited from their father, Benjamin Givens. Henry was a bachelor, while James had been married and left two daughters. The brothers labored together, and added to their accumulations as if under the direction of one mind. No separate accounts were kept, no individual ledger opened, no credit given to the one in which the other did not appear. They lived through the long years without one jarring word or cross purpose. Age finally compelled them to cease active work about the same time, the one affected with a liver complaint, the other with Bright’s disease; but, even in the shadow of death, their affection for each other remained undimmed. On a bright Sunday Henry passed away, and Monday following, James followed him over the borderland. The bodies were buried in one grave at Elizaville, with the honors of the Masonic Lodge of which they had been members for years. The unusual and pathetic funeral services were conducted by the venerable Dr. Scudder, of the Presbyterian Church at Carlisle, who in the course of his remarks said that in his long experience with a hard world he had never known such unusual, unselfish and remarkable love between brothers.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 4, 1902

Givens, James H. Clark County Republican   Fri. 2-9-1917
Givens, James Mack The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-10, 4-11-1987
Givens, Loretta The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-19-1998
Givens, Mary                         AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-9-1928
Givens, Mary (Aunt Mary) The Winchester Sun Fri., 6-13-1913
Givens, Mrs. Dorothy Taylor The Winchester Sun Fri., 3-16, 3-17, 3-19-2007
Givens, Mrs. Hulda The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-13-1947
Givens, Mrs. Hulda Thomas The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-6-1948
Givens, Mrs. Mary Smock The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-14, 10-15-1966
Givens, Robert The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-24-1949
Givens, Thomas P. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-22, 12-23-1953
Givich, Al The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-12-1986
Givich, Mrs. Nancy Tucker The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-24, 11-25, 11-26, 12-2, 12-3, 12-4-1997
Gividen, Mrs. Alice The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-13-1937
Gividen, Paul Rosenberg The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-15-1920
Glacking, John Jas. A. O’Hara shot and killed John Glacking at Williamstown Friday. O’Hara was drunk and the shooting was without provocation.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 7, 1894

 

IN the Circuit Court at Williamstown Mrs. John Glacking has brought suit for $ 25,000 against Jas. O’Hara, who murdered her husband. At O’Hara’s examining trial he was released on $ 5,000 bond by County Judge C. Crane, and the people showed their disapproval of this act by uniting and defeating Crane at the November election by a large majority.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, January 18, 1895.

 

O’Hara Jury Disagreed

Burlington, Ky., Aug. 26 – The jurors in the O’Hara murder trial reported that they were unable to agree. Five stood for acquittal and seven for conviction. The jury was discharged and the prisoner released on bail. A new trial will take place in September.   James O’Hara killed John Glackin at Williamstown, Ky., one year ago.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday August 27, 1895

Gladden, Jefferson The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-6-1932
Glades, Stanley   (Glaze ?) The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-7, 6-26-1916
Glancy, Bernard Death of Mr. Bernard Glancy.

At his home near this city yesterday morning Bernard Glancy died after a long illness of consumption, aged twenty-two years. He was the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Glancy, and a young man of much promise, and his death is greatly regretted.

The funeral will take place tomorrow at eight o’clock from St. Joseph’s church, the services being conducted by Father Ryan and remains will be taken to Lexington for internment.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 24, 1897.

 

Rest In Peace

On Wednesday, May 26th, at St. Joseph’s Church occurred the funeral services over the remains of all that was mortal of Mr. Bernard Glancy. All of the people in our community who could possibly do so, turned out to show their respect for the bereaved family and to honor the memory of one whom they had known so well in life.

At 8:30 the funeral cortege began its procession from the old homestead on the Boonesboro pike to St. Joseph’s Church. When the funeral procession arrived only the sorrowing members of the family were able to gain admittance so densely packed was the edifice by sympathizing friends.

As his sister is a school teacher in our schools, the school officials and the pupils turned out to do honor to his memory and to show respect for one who has labored so faithfully in their midst.

What a beautiful tribute it was to the dead to find our Catholic church in its possession of our non-Catholic friends.

All seemed to vie with each other in doing honor to the bereaved family. Such conduct speaks volumes and puts to shame the accusations that we are a bigoted people. In chronicling the death of Bernard Glancy we cannot pay a more fitting tribute to his worth or integrity than that paid by Father Ryan, his pastor and spiritual advisor.

Nine months ago he was stricken with that fatal maladay, consumption. His father, mother, sisters and friends did all in their power to make him easy in his sufferings. But God had decreed for him to die and escape the fatal sentence he could not. It is an old saying that “Death Loves a Shining Mark” and the truth of this expression was verified in the death of Bernard Glancy.

It must have been hard for him to die as he was a young man who had just crossed the threshold of manhood, and was just able to become of service to his kind parents.   In character he was simple and childlike so that all loved him. He was the bright light of joy in the family circle, as all hearts were centered in his welfare and happiness. On this account his family will miss him, as there will ever be that vacant chair and the longed for wish that Bernard may come.

His patience during his long hours of suffering was an example and source of editication to all.   In a word he can be classed as a model young man, and in saying this we have summed up his qualities. God grant that his life may be a beacon of light to all, and especially his companions the certainty of death and the uncertainty of life and lead them to that narrow path which leads to God.

Pages could be written in commendation of his exemplary life, but let these few words suffice to keep his memory green, and may God grant him eternal rest is the wish of all his friends.

Amicus

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 1, 1897.

Glancy, Cecelia Frances The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-9-1929
Glancy, Luke The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-16-1917
Glancy, Margaret Death Of Miss Glancy

For the third time in as many years, the Angel of Death has entered the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Glancy and taken from the household their daughter, Margaret, aged 19 years.   She has been ill quite a while with the dread disease consumption, and while not unexpected, the announcement of her death at an early hour Wednesday morning, came as a great shock to her many friends.

Miss Glancy was an exceptionally bright young lady, a graduate of our City schools, and was finishing her studies at Kentucky Wesleyan College when stricken by her fatal illness.   She had a sweet, amiable disposition, and was beloved by teachers and schoolmates.

The funeral was held at eight o’clock Thursday morning at St. Joseph’s Church, with solemn Requiem Mass, after which the pastor, Rev. W. B. Ryan, spoke very feelingly of the many virtues of the deceased. The remains were taken to Lexington for interment.

Mr. Glancy and family have the sincere sympathy of the entire community in their sad bereavement.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., March 23, 1900

Glancy, Mary Death of Miss Mary Glancy

Miss Mary Glancy died Sunday night at her home near the suburbs of the city, after a lingering illness of consumption, aged twenty-eight years.

She was a native of this city and had lived here all her life. She was a bright girl and when she graduated from the Winchester High School eight years ago, a position as teacher in the city schools was at once offered her, which she accepted. As a teacher her success was as great as it had been as a pupil, and each year since then she had been re-elected. Her loving, earnest nature specially fitted her for work among the little children and here her work was done. Upon the plastic minds of the little boys and girls committed to her care she impressed lessons of truth, sobriety, benevolence and kindred virtues, and the full extent of her influence for good will not be known until all things shall be revealed in the last day.

For the last year she has fought what she knew was a losing battle for life, but bravely, cheerfully and uncomplainingly she faced the Grim Destroyer, conscious that “it is not all of life to live nor all of death to die.”

Not on imposing granite shaft or costly mausoleum but in the loving memories of pupils and friends will her virtues be inscribed, and the world will be better for her having lived in it.

The funeral services will be held at St. Joseph’s Church this morning at eight o’clock by Rev. W. B. Ryan at which the Faculty and the Board of Education of the City Schools will attend in body, and the remains will be carried to Lexington.

We extend sympathy to the family who, less than a year ago, lost a son from the same dread disease.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 10, 1898

Glancy, Mrs. Ellen The Sun Sentinel Thur., 9-14-1911
Glancy, Nancy Agnes The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-30-1931
Glancy, Thomas The Winchester Sun Thur., 12-23-1920
Glasco, John The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-23-1948
Glascock, J. B. A Bridegroom’s Death

Flemingsburg, Ky., Dec. 5—J. B. Glascock, aged 40 years, died at his home here Wednesday evening. Mr. Glascock was a prominent figure in Fleming county politics, being for two years chairman of the county republican executive committee. He was for sometime editor and owner of the Flemingsburg Gazette, but for the past five years he has been in the clothing business. He was married to Miss Alice Foxworthy only two months ago.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 6, 1895

Glascock, Lionel The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-23, 3-24-1966
Glascock, William M. (Bill) The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-19, 3-20-1992
Glasgow, Mrs. Marie Moodie The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-3-1987
Glaspy, Buster The Winchester Sun     Sat., 11-11-1933
Glass, Herman The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-24-1951
Glass, Howard McKinley (Mac) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-21-1918
Glass, James Lee The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-9-1938
Glass, John Hung Himself

John Glass, aged twenty-one years, hanged himself with his suspenders in the Scott county jail at Georgetown Monday night. He had been arrested on a charge of forgery.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., May 8, 1903

Glass, John The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-5-1932
Glass, John M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-10-1968
Glass, Minna The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-2-1938
Glass, Mrs. Callie Frances The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-11-1946
Glass, Mrs. Dulcena The Winchester Sun Tues., 7-15-1913
Glass, Mrs. Lula The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-14, 7-15-1924
Glass, Mrs. Ruth Watts The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-2, 2-3-2000
Glass, Robert Lee (Bob) The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-9, 1-10-1963
Glass, Sherman The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-13-1971
Glass, W. L. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-14, 7-15-1924
Glass, William The Winchester Sun Mon., 6-9, 6-11, 6-13-1913
Glass, Wilton N. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-8, 4-10-1972
Glasscock, David The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-31-1915
Glasscock, Mrs. John G. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-1-1935
Glasscock, Mrs. Virginia Cole The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-8-1983
Glasscock, T. F. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-23-1934
Glasscock, widow The widow Glasscock of Clark county, who is about sixty years of age and enjoying a pension of twelve dollars per month, concluded recently that she wanted to marry a young man named Tillett, aged twenty-one. So they were married, which, of course caused the old lady to lose her pension. And Tillett was a model husband for a few weeks, until one evening he came home and found his wife gone off to visit a neighbor and left the house all locked up.   But prizing up one of the windows, he entered, and after pocketing his wife’s husband’s watch and a few other valuable articles. Left for parts unknown. And it is useless to say, nothing has been heard of him since.   Moral – It is better for an old lady to have a pension of twelve dollars per month than to have a young husband – Jackson Hustler.

The Winchester Democrat   Wednesday 2-27-1889

Glassock, Mrs. Jane Cox The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-3, 5-4-2011
Glaze, Stanley Clark County Republican Fri. 4-15-1916
Gleason, Mrs. ____ No Clemency for Convict Stevens.

Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 16.—Gov. Bradley Tuesday morning refused to extend executive clemency in the case of Edward Stevens, of Newport, one of the assailants of Mrs. Gleason, who is now serving a sentence in the state penitentiary.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 22, 1898

Gleason, Edmund Lexington, Ky., – Edmund Gleason, 72, a retired saloonkeeper and former member           of the Lexington city counsel, died at his residence here of heart trouble. He was on           of Lexington’s most widely known and universally respected citizens.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, January 3, 1910

Gleason, Thomas The Sun Sentinel Thur., 2-2-1911
Gleen, James The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-8-1920
Glenday, Francis The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-7-1934
Glendenin, Mrs. Elvira –Died—At her home, near North Middletown, of la grippe, Mrs. Elvira Glendenin, aged 79 years.   She was a native of this county, a daughter of Jonas Hedges. Her first husband was Warren Rash, who died in 1843 and her second Fleming Glendenin, who died in 1879.

The Democrat, Friday, December 18, 1891.

Glendon, John Satisfactory proof was made to the court in open court by the oaths of Samuel Hanson and Richardson Glendon and David Glendon that John Glendon died on 5th day of February 1839and that he is the identical person named in the ______ of the United States beginning date 15th December one thousand eight hundred and thirty two signed by Lewis Cass secretary of War and counter signed by J. L. Edwards and numbered 3127 and granting to said John Glendon a pension of twenty six dollars and sixty six cents per annum commencing on the 4th March 1831 and payable semiannually on the 4th march and 4th September in every year and said witnesses further proved to the satisfaction of this court that said John Glendon left a widow named Mary Glendon who still survives and now resides in Clarke County in this state and she exhibited to the court said pension certificate which is now present and the court certifies that it is personally acquainted with said witnesses and that they are in the opinion of the court creditable persons and entitled to full belief all which is _______ to be certified.

Order Book 11; P. 250 & 251; January Court 1844

Glenn, George M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-2, 9-3-1955
Glenn, Ham The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-25-1972
Glenn, J. Marvin (Jack) The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-5, 3-6-1964
Glenn, John The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-6-1919
Glenn, Lucy The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-15, 1-16-1913
Glenn, Mack The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-22-1930
Glenn, Marion Russell Sr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-21-1978
Glenn, Merlin (Ham) The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-12-1925
Glenn, Michael Death of Michael Glenn.

Mr. Michael Glenn died at the Winchester House Tuesday night after an illness of two weeks, aged fifty-three years. He was a native of Ireland, but came to this country when a lad. He lived in Paris for a long time and for the past fifteen years had lived here, where he followed his trade of tailor. His wife, who was Miss Adams, of Paris, died many years ago. He leaves three sons, Tom, of North Middleton, Allen, of Chicago, and the other son in Colorado. The funeral will be held at St. Joseph’s Church this morning Rev. W. B. Ryan conducting the services, and the remains will be taken to Paris for interment.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 23, 1901.

Glenn, Mrs. Alice Young The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-24-1983
Glenn, Mrs. Claude The Winchester Sun,   Wed., 5-4-1921
Glenn, Mrs. Elizabeth Etta Jones The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-25-1983
Glenn, Mrs. Mary Kenney The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-23-1936
Glenn, Mrs. Michael Death of Michael Glenn.

Mr. Michael Glenn died at the Winchester House Tuesday night after an illness of two weeks, aged fifty-three years. He was a native of Ireland, but came to this country when a lad. He lived in Paris for a long time and for the past fifteen years had lived here, where he followed his trade of tailor. His wife, who was Miss Adams, of Paris, died many years ago. He leaves three sons, Tom, of North Middleton, Allen, of Chicago, and the other son in Colorado. The funeral will be held at St. Joseph’s Church this morning Rev. W. B. Ryan conducting the services, and the remains will be taken to Paris for interment.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 23, 1901.

Glenn, Mrs. Pauline Smith The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-27. 4-28-1964
Glenn, William Franklin The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-16-1975
Glenney, William Jacob The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-10-1972
Glick, Donald Eugene The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-19, 2-20-1968
Glick, Mrs. Hala Mae Begley The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-31, 6-2-2008
Glidewell, Mrs. Jennie Thomas The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-28-1978
Glockler, Mrs. Izola The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-27, 4-28-1977
Gloff, Mrs. Etta Faye Hager The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-3, 5-5-2008
Gloff, Oscar Edward The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-25-1994
Gloff, Samuel The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-14-2001
Glore, W. Scott W. Scott Glore, for several years largely interested in the Frankfort Lottery of Kentucky, died of paralysis of the brain at his residence in Louisville last week, aged forty-eight years. He leaves a fortune of $150,000 for a widow and one son. A strange fatality has followed the owners of this lottery.   Ex Gov. Bramlette, one of the founders, fell dead of heart disease before he realized any of his profits; C. M. Briggs, another, met the same fate; W. D. Barrow made a fortune in it and died suddenly while on a visit to Colorado; Chas. J. Howard, one of the founders, and who also was one of the starters of the New Orleans lottery was thrown from a buggy in New York and killed; M. L. Stewart, who had a long legal contest about the lottery, fell dead on the street, and George Miller, a prominent owner, died of delirium tremens.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 2-13-1889

Glorieux, John B. DIED-Rev. Father John B. Glovieux, pastor of St. Patrick’s church at Maysville, died Friday, aged 78 years. He was born in Kent, Belgium and had been pastor of the church in Maysville for nearly thirty years. He was a genial, affiable gentleman, who, during his long pastorate, made a legion of friends both among and outside of his congregation. He had been in failing health for some time, never having fully recovered from an accident received on the K. C. road several years ago.   Father Glovieux was noted for his extreme piety, and his acts of christian charity will long endear him in the hearts of those who knew and loved him best.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, January 15, 1895.

Glove, Adam A couple of freight cars on the L. and N. road near Yarnelton, Fayette county Tuesday by a broken axle and Adam Glove, a brakeman was crushed to death.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 29, 1894

Glove, T. D. T. D. Glove, of Big Bone, Ky., committed suicide by shooting himself through the heart with a shotgun. Cause, mental aberration. He was a prosperous young farmer and on the best of terms with his family and all who knew him. He leaves a wife.

The Democrat, Wednesday, March 1, 1893.

Glover Mrs. Susan Lucille The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-11-1933
Glover, Addison W. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-11, 5-12-1989
Glover, Burl The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-29, 1-30-2007
Glover, Charles G. The Winchester Sun Wed., 10-16-1912
Glover, Chas. In an altercation near Stanton, Powell county, last week Sant. Garnett shot Chas. Glover fatally wounding him.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 3-16-1887

Glover, Clell Thomas The Winchester Sun Wed., 9-26, 9-27, 10-3, 10-4-2007
Glover, Harold Thomas (Tommy) The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-28, 3-29-1996
Glover, infant son The infant son of Jesse Glover, who lives near Renick Station, died Wednesday night of inflammation of the bowels.

The Democrat, Wednesday, May 16, 1890

The Semi-Weekly Sun   5-14-1890

Glover, J. B. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-15, 8-17-1925
Glover, James Right Angle; Died—On Monday night of last week, James Glover, a son of Owen Glover. His death was quite sudden, as he had worked all the day previous.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 15, 1893

Glover, Jesse I. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-8-1934
Glover, Joe The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-16-1945
Glover, John White Male, 66 years old, Father-Owen Glover, Mother-Unknown, he was a farm laborer, he died February 18, 1922, he was buried February 19, 1922. Kerr and Bean Funeral Home in Winchester, Kentucky.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate 3228, Volume 1922.

 

J. Glover Dies at County Farm.

Succumbs as result of cancer of the liver-was sixty six years old.

John Glover, sixty six years old, for twenty-five years or more an inmate at the county farm, died Saturday at 11 o’clock as a result of cancer of the liver. He leaves no immediate survivors, being the last of his family. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock, the Rev. Mr. Pearson officiating, burial in the old graveyard at the county farm.

The Winchester Sun, February 20, 1922.

Glover, John Sent To The Asylum

John Glover was tried before Judge Evans Monday on a writ of lunacy and was sent to the asylum.   He had been on the State as a pauper idiot for a long time, but of late has attempted assault upon several persons; hence it was necessary to place him under restraint.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., July 4, 1899

Glover, John White Male, 66 years old, Father-Owen Glover, Mother-Unknown, he was a farm laborer, he died February 18, 1922, he was buried February 19, 1922. Kerr and Bean Funeral Home in Winchester, Kentucky.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate 3228, Volume 1922.

 

J. Glover Dies at County Farm.

Succumbs as result of cancer of the liver-was sixty six years old.

John Glover, sixty six years old, for twenty-five years or more an inmate at the county farm, died Saturday at 11 o’clock as a result of cancer of the liver. He leaves no immediate survivors, being the last of his family. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock, the Rev. Mr. Pearson officiating, burial in the old graveyard at the county farm.

The Winchester Sun, February 20, 1922.

The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-20-1922

Glover, Johnse Wilkes Fell Dead In The Pulpit

Greenup, Ky., March 23

Rev. Johnse Wilkes Glover, formerly of this county, a prominent minister of the M. E. Church South and West Virginia conference, dropped dead of heart disease in the pulpit at Farmington, W. Va., where he was conducting a revival. He was buried at Mt. Zion, this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., March 27, 1903

Glover, Joseph R. (Joe) The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-14, 1-17-1983
Glover, Juanita The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-23-2008
Glover, Lambert The Winchester   Sun Thur., 3-30-1933
Glover, Luther The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-3-2004
Glover, Mary Baby burned To a Crisp.

Owensboro, Ky., Dec. 9.—Mary Glover, infant, aged 1 year, was burned to a crisp Thursday. Her mother had left three children at home while she was at work. Smoke was seen issuing from the house and the neighbors not knowing that anyone was in the house, made no effort to save the child. The other two children were playing outside. Cause of the fire unknown. The house was destroyed.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 13, 1898

Glover, Mrs. C. G. PERSONAL POINTS-Mrs. C. G. Glover, of Mt. Sterling, is visiting friends and relatives in the city and county.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 12, 1895.

Glover, Mrs. Doris Irvine The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-24, 1-25, 1-26-1995
Glover, Mrs. Etta Bell The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-16-1973
Glover, Mrs. Eva M. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-11, 3-12-1996
Glover, Mrs. Hilda The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-20-1997
Glover, Mrs. Martha The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-4-1923
Glover, Mrs. Mary L. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-23, 8-25-1941
Glover, Mrs. Mary Lydia The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-18-1942
Glover, Mrs. Mattie Died—Thursday night at the residence of Bud Haggard in this city, of Typhoid fever, Mrs. Mattie Glover, wife of John Glover, aged about twenty-five years.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, February 18, 1891

Glover, Mrs. Mattie E. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-1, 11-3-1955
Glover, Peter Died

At his home on Mt. Abbott, Sunday, the 8th inst., Peter Glover, aged 71 years.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., April 10, 1900

Glover, Ronald Allen The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-28-2010
Glover, Russell A. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-9-1973
Glover, Susan Died

Near Stoops, Montgomery county, Wednesday, October 11th, Miss Susan Glover, aged fifteen years.   She was the daughter of John Glover who moved from this county to Montgomery some time ago.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Oct. 20, 1899

Glover, Theodore Z. Paresis Ended His Life

Louisville, Ky.

The remains of Theodore Z. Glover, aged 53 years, who was a son of Henry Glover, founder of the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co., were buried in Cave Hill cemetery. Paresis ended his life.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Aug. 10, 1906

Glover, Woodson Jr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-18-1924
Glovosky, Mrs. Frank At Chicago Frank Glovosky, a stock yards laborer, shot and instantly killed his wife because she insisted upon remaining outside of the house when he had told her to go in.   The murderer was arrested.

The Democrat, Wednesday, September 7, 1892.

Gnadinger, Annie Died in Chicago

Miss Annie Gnadinger died Monday in Chicago of consumption and the remains were brought back to Cynthiana for burial. She was a daughter of Anthony Gnadinger and was raised in this city, but had resided for several years in Cynthiana. She is survived by her father, two brothers, Anthony and Henry, and two sisters, Mrs. S.F. Sprake and Miss Lula Gnadinger. She was a young lady of very loveable disposition and has a host of friends here who will regret to hear of her death.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, October 28, 1910

Gnadinger, Anthony The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-16-1922
Gnadinger, Anthony F. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-7-1937
Gnadinger, Henry The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-20-1927
Gnadinger, Henry Edward Died—Saturday , at Chicago, Henry Edward Gnadinger, aged twenty-eight years. He was a nephew of A. Gnadinger of this city. It is said that he was murdered as the outcome of a   feud growing out of a municipal contest.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 7, 1897

Gnadinger, Ignatz Gnadinger received a telegram Monday announcing the death of his uncle, Ignatz Gnadinger, who died of pneumonia at Chicago, aged 79 years.

The Democrat, Wednesday, September 21, 1892.

Gnadinger, infant son Died-On the 20th inst., the infant son of A. Gnadinger.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Fri., 2-21-1879

Gnadinger, infant twin Died at Cynthiana

One of the infant twins of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gnadinger, died at Cynthiana Tuesday. Many friends here, Mr. Gnadinger’s old home, extend their sympathy.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, June 26, 1908

Gnadinger, John Died In Lexington

Mr. John Gnadinger died last week at his home in Lexington, after a long illness. He was a brother of Mr. Anthony Gnadinger, formerly of this city, and his two daughters, Mrs. Willian Main and Miss Emma Gnadinger, formerly lived here. The remains were buried in Paris where he was in business for many years.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 23, 1906

Gnadinger, Joseph Died—Joseph Gnadinger, died Sunday in Chicago, aged twenty-three years. The remains were   brought to Paris for interment. Deceased was a nephew of A. Gnadinger, of this city.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 12, 1898

Gnadinger, Joseph Died

A.Gnadinger this week received a letter announcing the death of his brother Joseph, in Germany, aged about seventy years.   Only two of a family of ten are now living.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Aug., 13, 1901

Gnadinger, Mrs. Lula The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-6, 8-9-1926
Gnadinger, Mrs. Susan Eyle Death Of Mrs. Gnadinger

Mrs. Susan E. Gnadinger, wife of Mr. A. Gnadinger died in Cynthiana Sunday, Dec. 3rd, of heart paralysis. The funeral was at the Catholic church in Cynthiana Tuesday morning and the burial at Paris in the afternoon. Everyone that knew Mrs. Gnadinger was the better for it. Her life was spent in doing good. She was never a real mother, but she was more than a mother to the children of her husband by his first wife. Her maiden name was Eyle, age 52. Her husband and his children, Anthony, Henry, Lula, Amelia and Annie, have our sympathy. She also leaves two brothers and four sisters; Nicholas and Joseph Eyle, of Louisville; Miss Maggie Eyle, of Maysville; Mrs. Ishmael Moore, of Mt. Sterling; Mrs. Frank Schawaninger, of Louisville, and Mrs. Katie Walterman, of Indianapolis.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Dec. 7, 1905

Gninn, Thelma Deaths

Tuesday night, of pneumonia and whooping cough, Thelma, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gninn, aged eleven months. Buried at the family grave yard near Log Lick Wednesday; funeral was held at 10:30 A. M. at the church.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., July 24, 1903

Goad, Mrs. Ollie The Winchester Sun,   Mon., 3-14-1921
Gobble, O. C. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-16-1924
Goble, Mrs. Ada Coburn (Tootie) The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-3-1996
Goble, William The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-7-1927
Goby, Jacobs The Winchester Sun Fri., 11-19-1920
Godbey, Mary Elizabeth The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-15-1919
Godby, Bobbie Gene The Winchester Sun     Tues, 2-25-1936
Godby, Mrs. Beda The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-13-1934
Goddard, B. F. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-16-1998
Goddard, Marvin Jay The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-18-1996
Goddard, Nick Died—Nick Goddard, of Harrodsburg, who was well-known here died Saturday.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 22, 1893

Goddard, William Wirt The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-10-1943
Goddard, Wm. Killed While Hunting

Louisville, Ky., Jan. 2

Wm. Goddard, a prominent young business man, was killed while hunting at Greensburg, Ky., Wednesday by the discharge of his shotgun, which he was cleaning.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 7, 1902

Godfrey, Bradley The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-6-1954
Godfrey, James O. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-27-1986
Godfrey, John Bradley The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-26-1993
Godfrey, Mrs. Stella The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-23, 2-24-1979
Godfrey, Thomas Murder Mystery

Thomas Godfrey Killed by Two Unknown Men in His Saloon.

Lexington, Ky., Jan. 14.—Thomas Godfrey, aged 41 years was mysteriously murdered in his saloon, at the corner of Montmullin and Sellier streets, at 8:30 Wednesday night. Mrs. Godfrey says that her husband was playing checkers in the grocery part of the establishment with his children at 8:20, when she came and called them to bed. She went with them upstairs, leaving no one in the grocery, save her husband. She has seated herself to teach the youngest tot its prayers when she heard a pistol shot in the saloon below. She rushed immediately down the stairs. Through the pistol smoke which yet clouded the room she saw her husband stagger backward and heard him exclaim: “My God, I’m done for,” and then heard his corpulent body strike the floor. The screams of Mrs. Godfrey attracted neighbors, who found Godfrey lifeless in a pool of blood which had streamed from the hole in the left temple. On the counter sat two dry glasses and in the right hand of the dead man was a quart bottle of whisky. The front door, which Mrs. Godfrey left closed, stood ajar. The dead man had all his valuables. His own revolver was properly loaded and in place in the drawer. Inquiry by the police developed the fact that young Donovan, at the switchman’s shanty on the Cincinnati Southern road, had heard Mrs. Godfrey’s cries and on rushing to the door saw two men, one wearing a slouch hat and a long overcoat, rushing up the railroad from the direction of the saloon. Freight Train No. 49, on the Cincinnati Southern, north bound, was making up the yards. The watchman in the tower said he saw two men answering the description board the train as it went out.

Capt. Crane was notified Wednesday night that three men, supposed to be the murderers of Thomas Godfrey, were taken off the train at Williamstown. They will be held for him until Thursday.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, January 15, 1897

Godfrey, William W. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-4-1994
Godhelff, Mrs. Virginia Lee The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-8-2000
Godlaski, Edward J. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-11-2008
Godsey, Henry T. All things come to him who waits. This is true in the case of Henry T. Godsey, of Wolfe county; who was today appointed Superintendent of the Stamp Vaults Internal Revenue Bureau, Treasury Department. Mr. Godsey is a bright young man who came here during the early days of the Administration, but, like a number of other worthy Democrats, he failed to catch on.   He did the next best thing, however, he succeeded in being appointed private Secretary to the late lamented Marcus C. Lisle. After that he secured a temporary place in the Post office Department as disbursing officer. While here in Washington he studied law. When he lost his place in the Post office Department he returned to Kentucky only to come back to act as private secretary to Judge Beckner, who was elected to fill out the unexpired term of Representative Lisle. Mr. Godsey was recommended for appointment by the entire delegation. He will no doubt make an efficient officer. The place was formerly held by Henry Boyd, who has been promoted to the position of Chief of the Stamp Division. Mr. Godsey’s new place pays $ 2,000 a year.-Washington Cor. Courier Journal.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 16, 1895.

Godsey, Jerry The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-12-1930
Godsey, Mrs. Opal M. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-31-2002
Godwin, Archie E. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-24, 4-25, 4-26-1996
Godwin, Mrs. Tabie D. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-9-1987
Goe, daughter The Winchester Sun   Thurs., 9-12-1918
Goebel, Justus The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-12-1919
Goebel, Louise Olive Otterbach The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-16, 2-17-1995
Goebel, Mrs. Annie Fond admirer

Of late Gov. Goebel was relative who passed away

Cincinnati – Mrs. Annie Goebel, at whose knee played the late Gov. Goebel in his boyhood, died at the home of her life-long friend, Mrs. Rosa Meehan, at 1136 Eastern avenue. She was born in 1823, and was the second wife of the grandfather of the late statesman, Arthur and Justus, and she was extremely fond of the three boys, whose subsequent notable careers in politics and business she watched with pride and pleasure. When her hair silvered and her vitality was sapped by the encroachment of old age her every wish was anticipated and supplied by the Goebel brothers. The late governor, however, was her favorite, and she fairly idolized the man. When he fell under an assassin’s bullet the happiness was taken from her life. After his death she was a changed woman. At the time of her death she was the second oldest member of St. Paul’s German church, at Eleventh and Banklick streets, Covington, and the funeral took place from that church.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, Oct. 9, 1906

Goebel, William DUE TO QUANTITY OF MATERIAL, SEE WILLIAM GOEBEL FILE.
Goebel, William The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-6-1916
Goebel, William The Winchester Sun   Thurs., 12-12-1918
Goebel, William The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-3-1939
Goebel, William A. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-18-1923
Goetze, Herman J. Deaths

Herman J. Goetze died at his home in Dayton, Ky., Wednesday after a long illness of stricture of the throat, aged forty-nine years. His wife, who survives him, was Miss Alice Haggard, of this county, daughter of Col. T. Jeff Haggard, and sister of Mrs. Sam A. Jeffries, of this city.   Mr. and Mrs. Jeffries attended the funeral Friday.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Sept. 8, 1903

Goff, Ada B. Will Book 2, Page 171

Dated: March 3, 1895

Recorded: July 22, 1895

Goff, Amanda                     AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-4-1934
Goff, Anderson Died-At Richmond, week before last, Anderson Goff, the infant son of Chas. P. Goff, of this county.   The child has gone to join its mother, who preceded it only a few months. Sentinel Democrat.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 4-20-1892

Goff, Anna A. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-6, 1-7-2011
Goff, Anna Chandler The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-9, 6-10-1952
Goff, B. P. B. P. Goff vs. Ky Union R. R. Co.

The death of the Plaintiff herein is suggested and it is ordered that this action be revived in the name of Strauder D. Goff as administrator of B. P. Goff decd.

Order Book 19; P. 79; May Court 1885

 

B. P. Goff vs. K. U. Railway Co.

Order reviving action in the name of S. D. Goff as administrator of B. P. Goff decd. be set aside and this action be revived in the name of S. D. Goff as the heir at law and representative of said B. P. Goff.

Order Book 19; P. 84; May Court 1885

Goff, Ben Douglas Jr. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-30, 7-31-1992
Goff, Ben Douglas Sr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-17, 8-18-1970
Goff, Ben P. The death of Capt. J. L. Wheeler brings to mind the fact that death is fast decimating the ranks of the Muckletonian Club, at one time the most prominent hunting and fishing club of the South. It was organized in 1872 with eighteen of the most prominent men of Winchester and vicinity as members. In addition to scores of minor trips they occasionally went on more extensive ones to Florida, Arkansas, the Pacific Slope, etc. These trips were truly days of true pleasure and good fellowship. Not a word of discord ever marred the harmony of their meetings. Col. R. N. Winn was the first President and still fills that position, although the remaining members are so few and scattered that the meetings of late years have been few. The first member die was John J. Eubank, followed in succession by Ben P. Goff, S. Grant Jackson, M. G. Taylor, Jas. D. Gay, David A. Gay, D. T. Buckner, John W. Prewitt, John A. Judy and J. L. Wheeler. The surviving members are r. N. Winn, Leeland Hathaway, J. D. Simpson, A. H. Sympson, and T. F. Phillips, of this city; Geo. R. Snyder and R. J. Snyder, of Louisville and Sam McKee, of Philadelphia. Ten have passed over the dark river while eight await the summons to join their comrades on the other side.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 4, 1894

Goff, Caswell Prewitt The Winchester Sun Wed., 12-2, 12-3-1942
Goff, Creth                             AA Creth Goff, a well known negro pauper died at the County Farm last Friday.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., April 13, 1905

Goff, David                           AA The last will and testament of David Goff a free man of color was produced in court and proved according to law by the oaths of William B. Kidd and Zadock Kidd witnesses thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 469; May Court 1852

Goff, Elisha Elisha Goff

A prominent Clark county citizen dies suddenly Thursday night at his home at Indian Fields

Friday morning our citizens were deeply pained upon learning of the sudden death of Mr. Elisha Goff at his home at Indian Fields, this county. Mr. Goff had been in his usual health and on that day and the two days previous had enjoyed hunting with a number of friends and relatives. Shortly after retiring on Thursday evening he was seized with a coughing spell and ruptured a blood vessel, dying in a few minutes. Mr. Goff was not a robust man, and for several years past his health had been impaired, but he was never at any time thought to be seriously ill, and his sudden death was a great shock to his relatives and friends. He was a son of the late John Goff, of Indian Fields, and was one of the most prominent young men in the county, of the strictest integrity and of the most genial, kindly nature. He was twice married, his first wife being, Miss Ada Burton, of Mt. Sterling, a few years ago he was married to Miss Ida Mitchell, the only daughter of the late William Mitchell, of this city, who survives him. Of a large family of children he is survived by Mrs. Henrietta Bedford and Mr. Levi Goff, of this city; Thos. Goff, of Lexington; Prof. John Goff, of Mississippi; Cas. P. Goff, of Bourbon county; Mrs. E.B. Bedford, of Columbia, Mo.; Mrs. John R. Downing, of Mason county, and Miss Margaret, of Dennison, Texas. Funeral services were held at his late residence at Indian Fields Saturday morning at ten o’clock by Eld. J.H. MacNeill, of the First Christian church, and the interment was in Machpelah cemetery at Mt. Sterling. The following kinsmen were pall bearers: Messrs. Marcum Prewitt, Dan Prewitt, Prewitt Young, Cliff Prewitt, Jr., John Bedford and Cas. P. Bedford. The honorary pall bearers were Messrs. Allen Prewitt, Sr., N.B. Young, Cliff Prewitt, Sr., and Charlton Evans.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, November 24, 1908

Goff, Elisha Motion of John Hedges who made oath certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Elisha Goff decd. with Jonas Goff and Strauder Goff security. (widow waving all rights of administration by letter produced in court)

Order Book 10; P. 25; April Court 1831

 

Order for the appraisal of the slaves if any and personal estate of Elisha Goff decd.

Order Book 10; P. 25; April Court 1831

 

Inventory and appraisal of the estate of Elisha Goff decd. ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 41; October Court 1831

 

Amount of the sales of the estate of Elisha Goff decd. ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 41; October Court 1831

 

Ordered that Strander Goff be appointed guardian to Margaret, John, Thomas, Mary, and Catharine Goff infant orphans of Elisha Goff decd. with Isaac Cunningham security.

Order Book 10; P. 41; October Court 1831

 

Additional Inventory and appraisal of the estate of Elisha Goff decd. ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 109; February Court 1833

 

Motion of John Hedges administrator of the estate of Elisha Goff decd. it is ordered that Thomas Wornall Sr., John Briston, Eli Bears do settle and adjust all accounts of said Hedges and make report.

Order Book 10; P. 116-117; April Court 1833

 

Settlement with John Hedges administrator of the estate of Elisha Goff decd. ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 120; May Court 1833

 

On the motion of Nancy Goff widow and relict of Elisha Goff dec. ordered that Fielding A. Combs, Payton D. Adams, Larrel Davenport and George Thomas or any 3 of them being first sworn do allot unto said Nancy Goff her dower in the slaves of her said dec. husband and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 10; P. 212; December Court 1834

 

Allotment of dower to Nancy Goff in slaves was produced in court approved and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 224; February Court 1835

 

Settlement with Strauder Goff guardian of Catharine Goff was produced in court and ordered to be filed until next court.

Order Book 11; P. 142; July Court 1842

 

Settlement with Strauder Goff guardian of Mary Ann Goff was produced in court and ordered to be filed until next court.

Order Book 11; P. 142; July Court 1842

 

Settlement with Strauder Goff guardian of John H. Goff was produced in court and ordered to be filed until next court.

Order Book 11; P. 142; July Court 1842

 

Settlement with Strauder Goff guardian of Thomas J. Goff was produced in court and ordered to be filed until next court.

Order Book 11; P. 142; July Court 1842

 

Settlement with Strauder Goff guardian for John H. Goff being filed as last court was again produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 152; August Court 1842

 

Settlement with Strauder Goff guardian of Mary Ann Goff being filed as last court was again produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 152; August Court 1842

 

Settlement with Strauder Goff guardian of Catharine Goff being filed as last court was again produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 152; August Court 1842

 

Settlement with Strauder Goff guardian of Thomas J. Goff being filed as last court was again produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 152; August Court 1842

 

Settlement with Strauder Goff guardian of Mary Ann Goff being filed at last court was again produced in court and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 312; November Court 1844

 

Settlement with Strauder Goff guardian of Catharine Goff was produced in court and ordered to be filed until next court.

Order Book 11; P. 370; August Court 1845

 

Settlement with Strauder Goff guardian of Catherine Goff being filed at last court was again produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 377; October Court 1845

Goff, Frank Died.—Saturday morning of brain fever, Frank, the little son of Levi Goff and wife, aged four years. Burial at the cemetery; services by Eld. J. S. Kendrick. This affliction falls the more heavily on the bereaved parents as it is the second child they have lost during the past year.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, February 11, 1891

Goff, Haynon T. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-10, 2-11, 2-12-1999
Goff, Isabel The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-19-1976
Goff, James Edward The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-12-2001
Goff, James P. Death Of James P. Goff

James P. Goff died at Lexington Wednesday night aged about thirty-eight years, of cancer of the stomach.   He leaves a wife, formerly Miss Hon, of Powell county, and two little girls, the eldest three or four years old.   The remains were brought here yesterday. The funeral will be preached today at 11 0’clock a. m., by Eld. Walker at the First Christian Church and the remains will be buried in the cemetery.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Feb. 23, 1900

Goff, Jesse                             AA Coroner Boone held an inquest Saturday over the body of Jesse Goff, a well known half-witted Negro boy of this city, who died suddenly of heart disease.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 12-12-1888

Goff, John                               AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-22-1916
Goff, John E. (Jack) The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-29-1978
Goff, John H. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-21, 1-22, 1-24-1938
Goff, John H. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-30, 8-31, 9-2-1940
Goff, John Hedges Friday we attended the burial of our old friend and brother and former neighbor, John H. Goff. And while standing near the group of   weeping children, and looking down into the empty grave, which would soon receive and for ever hide from view the mortal remains of our dear old friend, our mind wandered back to our boyhood days; we saw in those long bygone years the luxurious, beautiful, prosperous and happy home of John H. Goff. No farm in this entire section of the county was more fertile and kept in a higher state of cultivation. The home was prosperous because intelligence and industry were combined in tilling the soil and in managing its various departments and products. It was a religious home where parents and children were accustomed to meet together around the family altar and enjoy sweet communion with their Maker. The widow and orphan, the poor and needy and distressed never left his home empty handed. The world has in truth been made happier and better by this good man having lived in it. His sons can do no better than emulate the life and character of their father.

desperate conflict.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 21, 1901

 

Death Of John H. Goff

Mr. John Hedges Goff died shortly after midnight Wednesday at his home at Indian Fields, of old age, he being in his eighty-first year. The remains will be interred in the Winchester cemetery today at noon, with services at the grave.

His wife, formerly Miss Martha Prewitt, died in 1895; three children are also dead, and ten survive, viz: Thomas Goff, of Lexington; Mrs. H. C. Bedford and Levi Goff of this city, Mrs. Emma Browning and John Goff, of Jackson; Elisha Goff, Cas. Goff and Miss Margaret Goff, of this county; Mrs. Lizzie Bedford, of Columbia, Mo., and Mrs. Patsy Browning, of Mason county.

Mr. Goff was born at Indian Fields and had lived there all his life. Although for many years one of the most popular and prominent men in the county, he never held political office, but for many years had been an Elder in Bethlehem Christian Church.

He was devoted to public improvement, and was a prominent breeder of Shorthorn cattle. He was instrumental in building the Iron Works turnpike and Kentucky Union Railroad, in both of which he lost money, resulting in financial embarrassment later.

He was a good neighbor and a splendid citizen, and his death is a loss to the whole community.

A singular coinsidence was that his death occurred on the anniversary of the marriage of his favorite granddaughter, Mattie Bedford.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., May 25, 1901

 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bedford, of Columbia, Mo., left yesterday to visit relatives at Paris and from there she will return home in a few days. She came here to attend the funeral of her father, John H. Goff.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., June 25, 1901

Goff, Johnson                       AA Died Johnson Goff, colored died near Indian Fields a few days ago. He was about one hundred years old and the oldest person in the county.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 27, 1895

Goff, Levi The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-21, 11-22-1988
Goff, Levi Sr. The Winchester Sun Wed., 8-6, 8-9-1941
Goff, Lewis                           AA On Saturday evening two brothers, Lewis and Cyrus Goff, or Jones as they are sometimes called, were playing craps in an alley back of Maple street, and quarreled over the game.   In the fight which ensued, Cyrus stabbed Lewis in the throat, killing him in a few minutes. Coroner Boone held an inquest and the jury rendered a verdict in accordance with the facts. The murderer was arraigned Monday before Judge Mitchell, but waived an examination and was remanded to jail without bail to await the action of the Circuit Court.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 10-9-1889

 

Arrested on Suspicion.

Cy. Goff, a colored man, was arrested Thursday night but our police on suspicion that he was the assailant of Mrs. McCann of Fayette county. His face had a number of scratches on it. He claimed these scratches were made by wrestling and when brought before Judge Jonett was discharged, as the Judge thought the evidence insufficient to hold him. Goff is a bad negro and has served time in the pen for killing his brother.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, July 13, 1897.

Goff, Martha Chandler Will Book 2, Page 193

Dated: July 30, 1894

Recorded: June 22, 1896

 

Real Estate Deals

M. C. Goff’s heirs to Fiscal Court, interest in Red River turnpike road.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., March 7, 1899

Goff, Mary Bedford The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-24-1963
Goff, Mary Young The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-24-1990
Goff, May The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-11-1947
Goff, Minor                            AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-6-1918
Goff, Mrs. Ada Bruton DIED-Quite suddenly, Thursday morning of heart failure, Mrs. Ada Bruton Goff, wife of Elisha A. Goff, of this county. Mrs. Goff was visiting at the home of her parents, in Mt. Sterling when the summons came. Burial in Macpelah cemetery, the funeral services being conducted by Revs. H. D. Clark and A. J. Arrick. She had become quite popular in her new home, and her death occurring on the first anniversary of her marriage, was peculiarly a sad one. Numerous relatives and friends attended the funeral from this city.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 11, 1895.

Goff, Mrs. Agnes January 23d, Mrs. Agnes Goff, wife of Caswell P. Goff, aged 22 years. Funeral by Rev. Wm. Rupard Sunday and burial in the Richmond cemetery. She was a most lovable woman and left host of friends. She leaves an infant but a week old.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 27, 1892.

Goff, Mrs. Amanda                 AA

(Mandy)

The Winchester Sun     Wed. 12-6-1933
Goff, Mrs. Anna Prewitt The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-5, 11-23-1920
Goff, Mrs. Annie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-20-1976
Goff, Mrs. Bessie Sphar The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-17, 1-18-1964
Goff, Mrs. Bettie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-2-1953
Goff, Mrs. Elizabeth Buckner The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-1-1948
Goff, Mrs. Ida Mitchell The Winchester Sun Fri., 12-14-1917
Goff, Mrs. Margaret The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-19-1923
Goff, Mrs. Margaret Woods

(Dolly)

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-1, 4-2-1985
Goff, Mrs. Marie Pettit The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-24-1980
Goff, Mrs. Mary Andrews The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-2, 5-8-2005
Goff, Mrs. Mary Evans The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-16-1943
Goff, Mrs. Mary Morton The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-15-1995
Goff, Mrs. Mary Sudduth The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-18, 2-19, 2-23-1931
Goff, Mrs. Mina Hon The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-28-1960
Goff, Mrs. Mollie Stone The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-26-1928
Goff, Mrs. Pearl Pieratt The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-11-1982
Goff, Mrs. Velma Lou Bell The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-24-2002
Goff, O. M. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-21-1932
Goff, Patsy A Fatal Accident

Thursday afternoon Patsy Goff, the six-year-old daughter of John H. Goff, of Indian Fields, was shot by a bullet from a toy rifle in the hands of Lum Ellis, a negro boy who lived with the family. The bullet entered the eye and passed out the back of the head. The little girl lingered for several hours without regaining consciousness, but died that night.

The remains were brought to this city for interment, services at the grave being conducted by Rev. R. French, of this city, and Rev. Shewmaker, of Georgetown.

The shooting was purely accidental, as the negro boy was very fond of the children.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 14, 1902

 

Circuit Court

The Grand Jury returned the following indictment before adjourning, Columbur Ellis, who killed John Goff’s little girl, murder.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Feb. 28, 1902

 

Circuit Court.

There are two indictments for murder awaiting trial. One is will Edgo, colored, for killing will Rankin, also colored. The other is Lum Ellis, colored, for killing the daughter of John Goff at Indian Fields.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 2, 1902

 

To Reform School.

Lum Ellis, who killed John Goff’s little girl, was taken there several days ago to remain four years.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 20, 1902

 

Died In Prison

Columbus Ellis, the negro boy who shot and killed the little daughter of John Goff a year or two ago, and who was sentenced to three years in the Reform School, died at that institution Saturday after a two days illness of pneumonia. The remains were sent to his home here for interment.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Feb. 10, 1903

Goff, Paul Appraisal of the estate of Paul Goff, deceased, ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 4 P. 44 August 1805

Goff, Sarah Strauder Age 2, female, she lived in Clark County, KY, her father was Strauder Goff, she died in Clark County, KY, September 27, 1852 of convulsions.

CCKD

Goff, Strauder ….and ordered that Daniel Smith be appointed master of James P. Gay Jr. in the place of Strauder Goff dec., according to the promises of the will of Benjamin P. Gay Sr. dec., ……

Order Book 8; P. 217; October Court 1854

 

…the execution of deeds partition ….allotted to Isaac P. Gay….according to the will of Benjamin P. Gay Sr. ….

Order Book 8; P. 296; October Court 1854

 

Strauder Goff admin. vs. Lewis K. Grigsby

A. H. Buckner as guardian to infants Catherine, Azalia, James and Thornton Gordon, Allen Reed, James Reed and John Reed ….part of them failing to appear …

Order Book 8; P. 492; July Court 1855

Order Book 8; P. 516; October Court 1855

 

Convey to the purchaser the title to all parties …

Order Book 8; P. 556; October Court 1855

 

Strauder Goff admin. vs. William Gaitskill

Sell personal property …

Order Book 8; P. 496; July Court 1855;

Order Book 8; P. 507; July Court 1855;

Order Book 8; P.515 October Court 1855

 

James Flanagan vs. Strauder Goff’s administrator

The award of the arbitrator James Simpson which was filed on 12 November 1855 is this day noted in court. On motion of plaintiff if is ordered that said award be recorded. ………………….

Order Book 9; P. 3; April Court 1856

 

Benjamin B. Groom vs. L. B. & S. Railroad ……..Equity

The defendant James P. Gay admin. of Strauder Goff dec. filed his answer……

Order Book 10; P. 172; May Court 1859

Goff, Strauder D. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-28, 1-30, 2-11-1922
Goff, Sudduth The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-8, 2-9-1965
Goff, Thomas Revolutionary War Soldier

List of Revolutionary Soldiers Who Were Citizens Of Clark County, Kentucky

Compiled By Mrs. William D. Clark, Of Hart Chapter, D.A.R.

Chairman Of Revolutionary Soldiers Graves

Winchester, Clark County, Kentucky, Library

Research Room

Goff, Thomas It was currently reported here this week that Thomas Goff, of North Middletown had died Tuesday night.   Later advices deny this and say his condition is somewhat better. He is eighty years old and he and his brother, John Goff, of this county, are the oldest twins in the State.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Jan. 19, 1900

 

An Old Twin Dead

Winchester, Ky., Jan. 19

Thomas Goff, aged 88 years, is dead. His twin brother John survives him. They were the oldest twins in the state.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 23, 1900

 

Death Of Thomas Goff

Thos. Goff died Tuesday night at his home in North Middletown aged seventy-eight years after a long illness. The remains were interred at that place. He leaves two sons, John and Mac, and one daughter, Mrs. John I. Fisher. Of a large family of brothers and sisters, the only survivor is John H. Goff, the twin brother of the deceased. Mr. Goff was a well known farmer and highly respected for his integrity.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Jan. 26, 1900

 

In speaking of the late Thomas Goff, the Paris Democrat says among other things: “Thomas J. Goff was left fatherless when a mere child.   At the age of fourteen he drove a bunch of fat cattle from Indian Fields to Cincinnati and sold them for his mother and carried the coin back home. Later he drove his own cattle to New York City and his hogs to Columbia, S. C.”

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 30, 1900

Goff, Thomas The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-23-1931
Goff, Thomas Caswell The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-24-1994
Goff, W. H. James Flanagan vs. W. H. Goff administrator & co.

The defendant Elisha Goff administrator of W. H. Goff …..plaintiff recover of defendant…

Order Book 20; P. 269; November Court 1888

Goff, W. R. W. R. Goff, of Shelby county, while examining tobacco in his barn, slipped and fell on his head fracturing his skull from the effects of which he died in a short time. He was a native of Mason county, but had resided in Shelby county for a long time. He was probably the most noted tobacco raiser in the State, and enjoyed the distinction of having sold the highest priced hogshead of the weed ever raised in the State.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, August 16, 1893

 

The late W. R. Goff, of Shelbyville, who fell and killed himself this week carried an insurance policy of $175,000 on his life.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, August 16, 1893

 

The suit instituted by the late W. R. Goff against the Fidelity and Casualty Company, of New York, to recover $735 indemnity on an accident policy of $10,000 was heard in the Law and Equity division of the Jefferson Circuit Court last Friday and a verdict rendered in favor of the plaintiff for the full amount with interest and costs. The injury alluded to was the one Mr. Goff received March 9, 1892, which disabled him for almost fifteen weeks and compelled him to submit to an operation which nearly cost him his life.—Shelby Sentinel

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, January 31, 1894

 

W. R. Goff, Who was accidentally killed at Shelbyville last year, left $118,000 life insurance.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 27, 1894

Goff, Wallace The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-29, 10-1-1999
Goff, Wayne The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-9-2002
Goff, William An old gentleman name Wm. Goff was killed last week, in Larue county, by a barrel of salt falling on him from a wagon which he was driving, and with which the team ran away with the above result.

The Clark County Democrat   Wednesday, October 23, 1878

Goff, William Died, at the residence of his father, John Goff, of Indian Fields, July 28th, of a complication of diseases, William Goff, aged about thirty years.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 8-1-1888

Goff, William The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-8, 6-10, 6-11, 6-12, 9-16, 9-24, 9-25, 9-26, 9-27-1929
Goff, William The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-29, 9-30, 12-26-1930
Goff, William Whitt The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-22-2011
Goforth, Jesse A Pineville Tragedy

Pineville, Ky.

Ira Howard killed Jesse Goforth near Straight Creek mines, this county. Goforth was one of the leading citizens of the county. Howard is the son of a prominent farmer. The cause is as yet unknown.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Aug. 3, 1906

Goggin, Mrs. Estheray Dunigan The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-11, 4-12-1989
Goggins, George The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-25, 9-26-2009
Goggins, Robert (Bob) The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-11-2001
Goggins, Shelby The Winchester Sun Tues., 4-7-1981
Goggins, Turner The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-8-1971
Gohlson, Tom The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-18-1935
Goings, Julia She Used A Pitchfork

London, Ky., June 21

Julia Goings, aged 23, this county, became crazy over religion and tried to kill her mother and sister with a pitchfork. She was raving in court Tuesday while on trial for lunacy and will be sent to the asylum at Lexington.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., June 27, 1899

Goings, William GOINGS IS GONE.

A Choctaw Indian, Charged With the Killing of Nine Persons, Executed.

The Bullet Missed the Heart and Goings Moaned Piteously for an Hour Before Expiring-Water Poured Down his Throat to Hasten Death.

HOUSTON, Tex., July 14.-A special from Goodland, J. T. says:

Wm. Goings was shot at Alikchi I. T., Thursday, under sentence of Choctaw court for murder.   During Wednesday friends of the prisoner gathered and it was rumored that an attempt would be made to rescue him.   Twenty Indian deputies were placed on guard and everybody was warned to stay away. Feeling among the Choctaw was further aroused by a report that an attempt would be made to prevent the execution by another habeas corpus, Federal Judge Townsend having stopped the execution once by habeas corpus.   The day he was to be shot after the case, Judge Townsend held that Goings having been convicted before the Indian courts were abolished, the federal government had no jurisdiction and turned him back to the Chotaw authorities. Application was made Wednesday to Federal Judge John R. Thomas for a writ of habeas corpus by Goings’ attorney an order by Judge Thomas granting the writ was telegraphed from Tulsa, I. T., Thursday night. It directed the Indian sheriff to have the body of Goings at South McAlester, July 22, and a deputy marshal arrived at Alikchi with the writ at daylight Thursday morning. District Attorney Clay and Sheriff Thomas were in consultation when it was presented. The sheriff refused to receive it. The district attorney declared that Almighty God or Judge Abner James, the Choctaw judge, could stop the execution. A runner was dispatched to Judge James, 16 miles away, notifying him of the telegram from Judge Thomas. He was in bed sick and sent a verbal message to go ahead with the execution. It was noon when the message was received. The execution took place two hours later and was a horribly sickening sight. A few minutes before Goings was led out four Choctaws appeared bearing a coffin, which was deposited in front of the courthouse, and near it a quilt was spread. The condemned, supported by Sheriff Watson and a deputy and escorted by 20 light horsemen, was marched down the line of spectators. He bade them good-bye, Goings then knelt on the quilt, blindfolded. The sheriff bared his bosom, painted a spot over his heart, stepped back four paces, rested a Winchester across a bench and fired, the bullet entering the breast, just missing the spot. Goings fell backward and moaned piteously for an hour before expiring. Water was poured down his throat a number of times to hasten death by strangulation. While the execution was proceeding, district Attorney Clay remarked to the correspondent:

“We are making history.”

Goings was thirty year old. He had killed seven men and two women, all his relatives. He had a strange antipathy for his kinfolks.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, July 18, 1899.

Goins, George G. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-21-1921
Goins, Mrs. Arminda J. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-15-1986
Goins, Mrs. Minnie Martin The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-6-1965
Goins, Robert B. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-20-1927
Gold, Mrs. Dorothy V. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-15-1992
Golden, Charles Rev. W.S. Gamboe was called to Union City, Madison county Thursday to preach the funeral of Charles Golden, aged 26 years who died of an abscess of the brain. Mr. Golden was related to the family of that name in this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, January 17, 1896

Golden, Charley Tragedy in Madison county

Charley and Richard Golden, sons of Harry Golden, a well to do farmer living near Kingston, Madison county, while out plowing together Friday morning engaged in a dispute, when Charley ran to the house, got a shotgun, and returning emptied the contents into the breast of Richard, inflicting a fatal wound. Then drawing a pocket knife the frenzied man attempted to cut his own throat, almost severing the jugular vein. Both will die. The two men were apparently in good humor when they left home, and the cause of the trouble is not definitely known.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, June 30, 1896

Golden, Green The Winchester Sun Mon., 10-18-1920
Golden, Hardin The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-9-1923
Golden, Harvey H. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-20-1946
Golden, Hunt The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-15-1917

Clark County Republican   Fri. 1-19-1917

Golden, John The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-9-1921
Golden, John F. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-16-1947
Golden, Leo The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-2-1928
Golden, Melvin Kay The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-8-1971
Golden, Mrs. Eliza The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-23, 7-30-1917
Golden, Mrs. Emma McDonald The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-8, 2-11-1916
Golden, Mrs. Erie Young The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-3-1990
Golden, Mrs. Fern Watts The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-31-1983
Golden, Mrs. Jennie Lyman Burnell, Madison county, went to Richmond to get a coffin for his mother-in-law, Mrs. Jennie Golden, aged 79 who died that morning. Burnell was thrown out of a spring wagon, fractured his skull and died the next morning.

The Semi-Weekly Sun   4-11-1890

Golden, Mrs. Lena McCord The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-6-1943
Golden, Mrs. Sallie E. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-27, 9-28-1951
Golden, Mrs. Willis C. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-16-1929
Golden, Nathan Allen The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-6-1941
Golden, Richard Tragedy in Madison county

Charley and Richard Golden, sons of Harry Golden, a well to do farmer living near Kingston, Madison county, while out plowing together Friday morning engaged in a dispute, when Charley ran to the house, got a shotgun, and returning emptied the contents into the breast of Richard, inflicting a fatal wound. Then drawing a pocket knife the frenzied man attempted to cut his own throat, almost severing the jugular vein. Both will die. The two men were apparently in good humor when they left home, and the cause of the trouble is not definitely known.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, June 30, 1896

Golden, Thomas The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-1-1923
Golden, Virginia The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-23, 2-24-1932
Golden, Wharton Golden Will Die.

Wharton Golden, the principal witness for the prosecution in the Goebel murder cases, is said to be dying of consumption in New Mexico.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 28, 1902

Golden, William The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-15-1913
Golden, William The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-21-1965
Golden, William A. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-25-1985
Golden, William C. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-24-2005
Golden, William Richard The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-10-1954
Golden, William Y. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-7-2002
Golden, Willis H. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-19, 6-20-1940
Goldey, David Ryan The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-8-1997
Goldey, Elizabeth Anne Corbin The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-12, 6-13-2001
Goldey, Gregory T. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-5, 12-6, 12-7, 12-8-2007
Goldie, Mrs. Thelma Curtis The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-16, 10-19-1998
Goldie, Terry Grover The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-22-1985
Goldman, Charles On motion of Isaac Conkwright who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Charles Goldman dec. in due form giving security whereupon he together with Tarlton Embree entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $1000 conditioned according to law.

Order Book 10; P. 483; August Court 1839

 

Ordered that John Adams, Allen W. Cox, William Pigg and John Robertson or any 3 of them being first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves (if any) and personal estate of Charles Goldman dec. and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 10; P. 483; August Court 1839

 

Inventory and appraisement of the estate of Charles Goldman dec. was produced in court examined, allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 491; October Court 1839

 

Amount of sales of the estate of Charles Goldman dec. was produced in court together with articles taken by widow examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P.2; January Court 1840

 

On the motion of John Brock Jr., McCarthan Wright and Isaac Goldman ordered that Ellis Dean, William Pigg, Allen H. Cox and John Robertson or any 3 of them being first sworn do lay off and allot unto Sally Goldman widow and relict of Charles Goldman dec. her dower in the real estate of her deceased husband Charles Goldman and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 11; P.3; January Court 1840

 

Allotment of dower to Sally Goldman of the real estate of her dec. husband Charles Goldman was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P.6; February Court 1840

 

Rachel Goldman infant orphan of Charles Goldman dec. came into court and with the approbation of the court made choice of John Conkwright as guardian of her estate giving security whereupon he together with Allen H. Cox and Isaac Conkwright entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $600 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 11; P. 92; August Court 1841

 

Serenia Goldman infant orphan of Charles Goldman dec. came into court and with the approbation of the court made choice of John Conkwright as guardian of her estate giving security whereupon he together with Allen H. Cox and Isaac Conkwright entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $600 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 11; P. 93; August Court 1841

Goldman, Isaac The last will and testament of Isaac Goodman dec. was produced in open court and proven according to law by oath of William Bebles witness thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 202; October Court 1834

 

The last will and testament of Isaac Goldman dec. was produced in open court and proven according to law by the oath of Joseph McChristy a witness thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 216; October Court 1843

 

Settlement with guardian of Cyrena Goldman being filed at last court was again produced in court and approved of and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 87; February Court 1848

Goldsboro, Mrs. Nannie J.

(Mamie)

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-11-1923
Goldsmith, Emma Emma Goldsmith, aged 18, of Owensboro, suicided by taking a dose of Paris green. Disappointment in love moved her to the rash act.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, April 24, 1894.

Goldsmith, M. Died—M. Goldsmith, the big cattle dealer died at his home in New York. With the exception of Nelson Morris he was the biggest cattle exporter in the world. He exports each year to England 100,000. Of these two thirds come from Kentucky. In this section Simon Weil has been buying for him and this week shipped near five hundred head, over half of them from this county.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 31, 1895

Goldsmith, M. L. Due To Accident

Watch And Money Was Found On Drowned Man’s Body

Frankfort, Ky., April 12

The body of a man was found in the Kentucky river at Polsgrove Landing Saturday night, and at 3 o’clock Sunday morning Coroner Graham’s jury returned a verdict that it was M. L. Goldsmith, the L. & N. bridgekeeper, who was accidentally drowned last December. It was believed that Goldsmith had been killed, robbed and thrown in the river, but his purse, with $132 in money, and his watch were found on his person by the coroner. It is thought he fell into the river while removing one of the bridge lanterns at daylight.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., April 17, 1903

Goldstein, Louis The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-2-1931
Goldston, George The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-31-1913
Golecki, Mrs. Christine The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-5-2010
Gollaher, Austin A Boyhood Companion of Abraham Lincoln, Dead at the Age of 93 Years.

Hodgenville, Ky., Feb. 23.—Austin Gollaher died Tuesday at his home near this city, aged 93 years. Gollaher was the friend and boyhood companion of Abraham Lincoln. They were born on adjoining farms and attended school together. On one occasion Lincoln, while crossing a creek on a log fell in and was being swept away by the swift current when Gollaher saved him at the risk of his own life. The old man was in full possession of his faculties to the end. He was a storehouse of Lincoln anecdotes.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, March 1, 1898

 

A Monument for Lincoln’s Playmate.

Hodgenville, Ky., March 5.—A subscription fund will be started to raise money with which to erect a small and appropriate monument in the name of “Uncle” Austin Gollaher, Lincoln’s playmate, who died in this county recently.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, March 8, 1898

Golston, J. E. The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-6-1913
Golton, Nathan V. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-6-1986
Gomez, Iola Chandler The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-3-1994
Gonyer, E. A. The Winchester Sun Wed., 10-7, 10-8-1981
Gonyer, James The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-11-1923
Gonyer, James E. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-28, 2-29, 3-1-2008
Gonyer, Mrs. Irene Sargent The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-2, 4-3-2003
Gonyer, Mrs. Ruby Jewel

Newlin

The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-3, 5-5-1975
Gonyer, Robert Edward The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-3, 1-5-1976
Gonzalez, Donna Retta Damron The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-9, 4-10-2010
Gooch, Albert The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-4-1926
Gooch, Carrie The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-3-1913
Gooch, Clay The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-16-1923
Gooch, D. Linn The Winchester Sun Mon., 4-14-1913
Gooch, J. N. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-6-1921
Gooch, J. W. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-24-1936
Gooch, Marietta Magee The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-24-1936
Gooch, Mrs. Martha The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-26-1932
Gooch, Mrs. Mary Retta

Lawrence

The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-23-2009
Gooch, Remus JOE JORDAN, who was sent to the penitentiary for life from this county about twelve years ago, for the murder of a man named Chambers near Doylesville, Madison county, has been released on parole. Chambers was known as a desperado, and the killing was a sequel to the killing of Remus Gooch, who was called from his house and shot to death by unknown men some time previous. At the examining trial before two magistrates, it is said the friends of the prisoner attended with arms in their hands, and so overawed the magistrates that Jordan was discharged. He was afterward indicted for the killing and on a change of venue to this county, was sent up for life.

The Democrat, Wednesday, August 12, 1891.

Gooch, Thomas L. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-31, 4-1-2005
Gooch, William G. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-18, 3-19-1932
Good, Ben W. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-28, 8-30, 9-3, 9-4, 9-8, 9-13, 9-14, 9-15, 9-21, 9-22, 9-23, 9-24, 9-25, 9-27-1920
Good, Mrs. Eva Lee Walters The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-7-1988
Good, Mrs. Mary Lee Jones The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-10-1941
Good, W. B. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-21-1914
Goodall, Mrs. Bertha The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-27-1984
Goodby, T. J. Rev. Goodby dead

Rev. T.J. Goodby died the past week at Newcastle, aged 74 years. He was a prominent member of the Methodist ministry and was well known in this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, August 11, 1908

Goode, Benjamin Franklin The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-27-1914
Goode, Denny B. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-31-1927
Goode, Geo. W. The Courier Journal of Wednesday, contains the following sketch of Jessamine county’s representative who is an ex-Clarkite and a brother to John Goode.

“The subject of this sketch, Hon. G. W. Goode, was born in Clark county, Ky., February 18, 1836and is a son of Walter R. Goode and Amanda Rankin Goode. His paternal grandfather, Wm. Goode moved from Essex county, Va., to Woodford county, KY., in 1800 and engaged in farming, having previously participated in the Revolutionary war. His maternal grandfather, John Rankin, was born in Pennsylvania, and moved to Clark county, Ky., in 1808. Geo. W. Goode was educated in the common schools of Clark county. He was married in 1860 to Jane F. Lyne, of Woodford county. After his marriage he engaged in farming at his present place of residence in Jessamine county. Mr. Goode is a plain, practical farmer and his friends predict, will make a Representative whom the Democrats of Jessamine can look to with ride. This is the first political office to which he had aspired.

The Winchester Democrat; Wednesday, December 6, 1893

Goode, infant Died—Monday night, of peritonitis, infant son of Winthrop Goode and wife, aged sixteen months. Burial at the restaurant of John Goode and funeral by Rev. Richard French.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, September 7, 1894

 

Bloomingdale; Died—Infant child of Winthrop Goode. Burial at John Goode’s and services by Rev. Richard French.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 11, 1894

Goode, Jno. Hunt

Mr. D. W. Owen received a telegram bringing the intelligence of the sudden death of Mrs. Owen’s father, Mr. Jno. Goode, which occurred at his home, seven miles south of Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Owen will attend the funeral.

The Winchester Sentinel   Wed., Sept. 10, 1902

Goode, John John Good’s family has suffered much from sickness since they went to Oklahoma. Last week his youngest child, a son two years old, died of measels.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 23, 1900

 

Mrs. W. H. Fox received a letter from her father, John Goode, Saturday saying that her younger brother had died recently of measles.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 23, 1900

Goode, Martha Taylor The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-29-1930
Goode, Mattie Died—A dispatch from Lexington says the remains of Miss Mattie Goode, daughter of George Goode, whose home was Nelson, in Jessamine county, were buried in Lexington cemetery Friday afternoon. The girl fell into a sound sleep Tuesday afternoon and Friday at 3 o’clock her breathing ceased, and the physicians pronounced her dead. She was afflicted with a peculiar disease, which was noticeable six months ago. She would fall asleep in her chair, and could not be awakened for an unnatural long time. She went to sleep Monday morning of this week and Tuesday morning she awoke apparently bright and fresh. She went into the yard, watered the flowers and received a caller, but within two hours her last long sleep overtook her. She was eighteen years old and her father represents Jessamine county in the Legislature. Mr. Goode is a Clark county man and is a brother of John Goode of this county.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 3, 1895

Goode, Mrs. Bettie Allan The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-18-1945
Goode, Mrs. Martha The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-29-1931
Goode, Mrs. Sue Epperson The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-29-1928
Goode, Perry The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-7-1927
Goode, Wallace The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-18-1934
Goode, Walter Walter Goode, a very highly esteemed citizen and a member of the Christian Church, died last night (Oct 1st) after a long and painful illness of cancer in the breast.   He will be buried at Log Lick church graveyard on the 3rd. He was one of the oldest men in the precinct.

The Clark County Democrat Wed., 10-9-1878

Goode, William Danville, Ky., – Wm. Goode, who had never walked a step, spoken a word or heard a sound in his life, died here. For the past two years he had been blind. He was 51 years old, and lived with his sister, Mrs. Wm. Brown.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, February 16, 1909

Gooden, William The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-21-1931
Goodhue, Chas. Chas. Goodhue, aged 17, was killed at Milldale by a rock thrown by Wm. Davis. The missile crushed Goodhue’s skull.

The Democrat, Wednesday, October 12, 1892.

Goodin, Annelle Miller The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-8-2002
Goodin, Bertha The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-5-1924
Goodin, Mrs. Anna Mary The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-5-1929
Goodlet, Anne Belle The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-11-1940
Goodlet, Ranzle Lee The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-12, 4-13-1994
Goodlet, Sam Killed at Ford.

Sam Goodlet, an employee of the Burt & Brabb Lumber Company of Ford, was instantly killed Monday night. He was oiling some of the machinery and by some means fell into the dust pit under the saw which is several feet in depth. The conveyor which carries the dust, caught him and jammed him against the wall of the pit producing internal hemorrhage from which he died in a few minutes. He leaves a wife and one child. The remains were taken to Silver Creek, Madison county, from which he came, for interment. Coroner Brinegar held an inquest with the following jury; Henry Richards, Ralph Flynn, Tyree Lovitt, H. Karr, J. F. Bush and Tighlman Sharp, who, after hearing the evidence, brought in a verdict of accidental death.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 18, 1902.

Goodloe, Almira Mrs. Almira Goodloe, aged 84 years. She was the grandmother of Mrs. J. M. Benton, of this city, the daughter of Governor Owsley and the widow of W. C. Goodloe, formerly Circuit Judge of this district.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 27, 1892.

Goodloe, D. S. Gen. D. S. Goodloe, father of Wm. Cassius, and brother of the Judge, died at Lexington, last week.

The Clark County Democrat     Wed., 1-8-1881

Goodloe, Eugene                   AA The Winchester Sun,   Fri., 3-25-1921
Goodloe, Harry Harry Goodloe, student of Central University, Richmond, died of injuries received while playing football. He participated in the Kentucky Collegiate championship game at Lexington Thanksgiving day, and was hurt seriously. He was a son of Judge John D. Goodloe, State Senator in the present Kentucky House from Madison county. Senator Goodloe has lost two sons, students at college, within a year.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 11, 1894

Goodloe, John The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-9-1932
Goodloe, John Jones The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-21-1940
Goodloe, Mrs. Bettie Beck The Winchester Sun Sat., 10-19-1912
Goodloe, Mrs. George Sad Death At Richmond

Mrs. George Goodloe, of Richmond, died this week of puerperal fever. She was a daughter of the late James T. Shackleford and belonged to one of the most prominent families in the county. She was a bride just a year ago.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., April 6, 1906

Goodloe, Mrs. John D. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-11-1923
Goodloe, Nannie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-9-1919
Goodloe, Paul Dead at Washington

Christmas Day Paul Goodloe, aged twenty-three years, of Richmond, went to Washington city to see a sister who was ill there. He was seized with appendicitis from which he died and the remains were taken back to Richmond for burial, passing through here Thursday: He was a cousin of Mrs. H.H. Hall, of this city, who, with Mr. Hall, attended the funeral.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, January 7, 1908

Goodloe, Thomas Wood Died—Major Thomas Wood Goodloe, uncle of the late William Cassius Goodloe, died at St. Joseph’s Hospital Lexington Wednesday morning, aged 84.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, February 5, 1897

 

Miss Elizabeth Barrett attended the funeral of Maj. Thos. Goodloe, at Lexington, Friday.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, February 9, 1897

Goodloe, Virginia The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-21-1949
Goodloe, William M. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-13-1923
Goodloe, William Owsley The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-21-1913
Goodloe. Bent The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-15-1929
Goodloe—Swope Tragedy

Goodloe, W. C.

THE SWOPE—GOODLOE TRAGEDY

Last Friday afternoon A. M. Swope and W. C. Goodloe, two of the leading citizens of Kentucky met in the post-office at Lexington and after a few angry words, engaged in a combat which ended in the death of Swope and the mortal wounding of Goodloe who died on Sunday. For fierceness and relentless desperation, it has no parallel in the bloodstained annals of Kentucky. Swope used a pistol and fired twice hitting his adversary once but penetrating his bowels. Goodloe had a clasp bowie knife, with which he struck his adversary thirteen times making fearful and ghastly wounds with each blow. Both were powerful men and energized by a hatred which years of rivalry for political leadership had brought to a white heat. Col. Goodloe had recently been appointed collector of internal revenue at Lexington, a position which Col. Swope had for several years held. They were both men of wealth and high social position and each had many admirable qualities. Swope was of a more popular turn and, with the exception of Wadsworth, the most potent speaker of the Republican party in Kentucky. He had begun life poor and made his own way in the world.   Goodloe was a gentleman of culture, had been born under a happy star, and was bon vivant, who enjoyed and had from childhood all the good things in this life. Swope was a bachelor, Goodloe had made a most fortunate marriage which brought him fortune and the happiest domestic relations. He leaves a wife and eight children. It is hard who was most to blame when the fatal reencounter took place. Strange to say their boxes at the post-office were adjoining, one being 333 and the other 334 which brought them in collision each day. It seems strange that men like these who had been reared by pious mothers, who had lived all their lives in sight of church spires and who knew so well the importance of law and order should allow the passions of humanity holds in common with the brute creation to obtain such a mastery over them that

they could not be restrained. They were apparently men of kindly natures and tender sympathies but really carrying deadly weapons and watching for an opportunity to quench their wrath in the life-blood of the object of their respective hates. We would not be astonished to hear a story like this concerning two Indian Chiefs whose training and surroundings had been of a character to fit them to enact such a tragedy. We have all no doubt read the incident of the high-landers Grant McPherson between whose clans there was a feud and who meeting at a narrow path in the mountains where one or the other must give back a little, fought to the death because neither would yield an inch. Most probably both Swope and Goodloe had read this story and been amazed that men should act so foolishly even in the darker ages that are past but here they were in full blaze of the 19th century doing what was equally as lawless and inexcusable. People will say there must be something wrong in our civilization when such an affair as this can occur in one of the most refined and intelligent communities in the country. Of course there is something wrong, but it is deeper down than our civilization. It is human nature and may be partly attributed to a vicious sentiment which is encouraged even by those who try to live according to the precepts of the New Testament and who know the consequences of every violation of either human or divine law. It is sometimes called the prompting of the devil. It is really the instinct of the tiger. It is worshipped as courage. It is a natural feeling stimulated by parents who teach their children to strike those who offend them. It is not peculiar to Kentuckians and exists in spite of law, civilization and Christianity. It is that diabolical spirit of resentment, which would shed blood for every manifestation of opposition and for every fancied insult. It has its only remedy in a fuller sway of that divine religion

whose noblest, grandest characteristic is that it teaches us to love our enemies and to accept blows rather than give way to hate. Look now at the end of Swope and Goodloe. They lie in their graves, the worms eat them and men mock their folly.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 11-13-1889

 

The latest fad in funerals is to have colored pallbearers. At the funeral of Judge Goodloe, in Louisville recently, eight colored men acted as pallbearers.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 3-9-1892

Goodman, B. F. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-16-1923
Goodman, Bud WHILE feeding a corn shelter at Shawhan Friday, Bud Goodman was caught in the wheel bands and literally torn to pieces.

The Democrat, Wednesday, February 1, 1893.

Goodman, Charles RATHBUN MYSTERY SOLVED.

He Makes a Partial Confession of His Scheme to Defraud An Insurance Company.

Louisville, Ky., Nov. 12.-Newell C. Rathbun, who supposed to have been found dead in a Jeffersonville, Ind., hotel last Thursday, has been arrested here. According to Rathbun the corpse which was shipped to Little Rock for burial was the body of W. L. Ten Eyke. The police say Rathbun has confessed to desertion from the United States army and to having formed a plan to fraudulently collect $4,000 insurance on his life, but that he denies having killed the man, who died in the Jeffersonville hotel. Rathbun is held as a fugitive from justice.

Louisville, Ky. Nov. 13.-Newell C. Rathbun, who according to the police, has confessed that he planned to defraud an insurance company out of $4,000 pretending that a corpse shipped to Little Rock, Ark., was his own dead body, had admitted, according to the authorities, that the man who accompanied him to the hotel in Jeffersonville, Ind., and was found dead the next day, was Charles Goodman, who is said to have come from Evansville, Ind. Rathbun made the following statement to Chief of Detectives Sullivan: “I admit everything except that I killed Goodman. I meant to kill him, and kept him drunk for the purpose but he died of alcoholism, and I was not forced to make way with him.   My story about an accomplice named Blanchard was fictitious. I acted alone and without a confederate.” A special from Evansville, Ind., says: “Charles Goodman is little known here. About a year ago he induced Jake Schneider, 16 years old, to accompany him on a tramp.   They were gone some months and then returned here. Goodman got drunk, fought an officer and was sent to jail. After his release nothing was heard of him till last Friday, when Schneider got a letter from him at Louisville, asking the boy to go on the road with him.”

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, November 15, 1901.

Goodman, Daniel William The Winchester Sun Mon., 11-30-1998
Goodman, Joseph Philip The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-16-2001
Goodman, Lydia Current The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-14-1933
Goodman, Monoah The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-14-1933
Goodman, Mrs. Rebecca

Quisenberry

The Winchester Sun Tues., 7-20, 7-21-1982
Goodman, Mrs. Susan Age 44, female, she was married, she was born in Clark County, KY, parents unknown, she lived in Clark County, KY, she died on September 20, 1857 of Dysentaryin Clark County, KY.

CCKD

Goodman, Mrs. Vivian Nash The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-15, 4-16-1985
Goodman, Otto The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-2, 12-3, 12-4-1980
Goodman, Thomas Thomas Goodman, Bourbon county; died in Camp Douglas.

The Winchester Sun-Sentinel Thursday, April 4, 1907

Goodnight, Miss_________ Miss Nettie Batson was called to Georgetown, Monday on account of the death of her friend, Miss Goodnight, who died Saturday night, after an illness of several weeks.

The Winchester Sun-Sentinel Thursday, December, 12, 1907

Goodnight, Mrs. Frank The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-30-1924
Goodnight, Mrs._____ Died, Aged 103 Years.

Burgin, Ky., April 5.-Old “Grandmother” Goodnight, aged 103 and the oldest woman in this section of the state, died at her home near Perryville. She was never sick until the recent illness which resulted in death.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 11, 1902.

Goodpaster, Albert J. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-10, 8-12-1935
Goodpaster, Bert C. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-6, 12-7-1962
Goodpaster, Boone The Winchester Sun Tues., 5-13-1913
Goodpaster, C. P. The Winchester Sun     Wed., 10-4-1933
Goodpaster, Carl W. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-13-1991
Goodpaster, Charles Montgomery; Charles Goodpaster, aged ten years, was accidentally killed by a log rolling over him.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 12, 1890

Goodpaster, Charles Edward The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-15-1942
Goodpaster, Claude L. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-3-2000
Goodpaster, Claude W. (Tubby) The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-4-2004
Goodpaster, Dallas The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-3, 1-4-1955
Goodpaster, daughter The Neck

Died, Feb. 20, of pneumonia, the infant daughter of Robert Goodpaster.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., March 6, 1903

Goodpaster, E. F. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-26, 1-27-1938
Goodpaster, Elza Elza Goodpaster, of Bath county, while attempting to cross State creek above the forge dam, was swept over the dam by the current and drowned.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, March 18, 1891

Goodpaster, Ernest J. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-10-1949
Goodpaster, F. M. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-1, 5-3-1928
Goodpaster, Gerald Edward The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-15-2003
Goodpaster, Larry B. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-14-2001
Goodpaster, Mrs. Annie Reeves The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-10, 1-11-1966
Goodpaster, Mrs. C. W. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-2-1927
Goodpaster, Mrs. C.P. The Winchester   Sun Wed., 10-4-1933
Goodpaster, Mrs. Clemma Clark The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-18-1983
Goodpaster, Mrs. Elizabeth Cox The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-15, 12-16-1949
Goodpaster, Mrs. Ida Bell

Eldridge

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-23, 1-24-1967
Goodpaster, Mrs. Leach The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-2-1956
Goodpaster, Mrs. Lillian The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-8-1993
Goodpaster, Mrs. Martha Brown The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-7, 3-8-1963
Goodpaster, Mrs. Mary Elizabeth The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-29-1961
Goodpaster, Mrs. Mary Lee The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-21-1976
Goodpaster, Mrs. Mattie Reeves The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-30-1949
Goodpaster, Mrs. Mildred The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-22-1920
Goodpaster, Mrs. Nannie Mae The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-26, 8-27-1969
Goodpaster, Mrs. Rebecca Estes The Winchester Sun   Thurs., 6-6, 6-15-1918
Goodpaster, Mrs. Richard Died—About the beginning of the present year, Richard Goodpaster left here for Geuda Springs, Kansas on account of his failing health. On Monday of the last week his wife was stricken down with heart disease and lived but a few minutes. She was a Miss Dooley, of this county, and was twice married. In 1853 to I. M. Johnson, to whom were born six children, five of whom are living. In 1871 she married Mr. Goodpaster of this marriage one child. Miss Lida survives. The many friends of the deceased in this section will attest to the many virtues of the deceased and will join with us in sympathy.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, June 14, 1893

Goodpaster, Mrs. W. P The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-1-1958
Goodpaster, Noah Wilson.

Mrs. Elizabeth Wilson died at her home on Winn Avenue in this city Monday, January 9th. The remains were buried the following Wednesday in our cemetery after services by Elders J. W. Harding and T. Q. Martin. Mrs. Wilson was a native of Bath county. Her maiden name was Sharp. She was married to her first husband, Noah Goodpaster, in 1833. He died in 1877. They were the parents of 14 children, Justice F. F. Goodpaster, of this city being one of them. The other living children are, Mrs. Julia Gilvin, of Bath county, Mrs. Josephine Cox, of Nicholas county, and Mrs. Mollie Saddler, of Oklahoma. Her second husband, Mathew Wilson, was of about the same age as herself. They moved to this city thirteen years ago. Mr. Wilson died two years ago. Mrs. Wilson was a remarkable woman for her age in vigor and intellect.   She was a good woman and we know of nothing better that can be said of anyone.

The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday, January 19, 1905.

Goodpaster, Omar Banks The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-26-1984
Goodpaster, Phillip The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-8-1955
Goodpaster, Richard Died—About the beginning of the present year, Richard Goodpaster left here for Geuda Springs, Kansas on account of his failing health. On Monday of the last week his wife was stricken down with heart disease and lived but a few minutes. She was a Miss Dooley, of this county, and was twice married. In 1853 to I. M. Johnson, to whom were born six children, five of whom are living. In 1871 she married Mr. Goodpaster of this marriage one child. Miss Lida survives. The many friends of the deceased in this section will attest to the many virtues of the deceased and will join with us in sympathy.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, June 14, 1893

 

Died—At San Antonio, Texas, November 5th of consumption, Richard Goodpaster, recently of this county, aged 48 years. He was in feeble health when he left here a year ago for Kansas and continued to grow worse. In hopes of being benefited he went to Texas a few weeks ago, but died soon after his arrival. His wife died a few months ago, both are buried at Kansas City. We tender our sympathy to his only daughter. Miss Lida, in this her second great bereavement in so short a time.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 29, 1893

Goodpaster, Ruth The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-14-1921
Goodpaster, Walter Died—At his home, in this county, Thursday, of pneumonia, Walter Goodpaster, aged about 26 years. The remains were taken to Jacksonville, Bourbon county, for interment.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, January 12, 1897

Goodpaster, Willie Died—Near Wades Mill, Wednesday of diphtheria, Willie Goodpaster, aged five years. The remains were taken to Bath county for interment.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, October 8, 1897

Goodpastor, Levi Double Tragedy At Owingsville

Sunday morning at Owingsville, Edgar Conner and Levi Goodpastor, life-long friends, engaged in a trivial quarrel which led to blows. Conner finding himself getting the worst of it, drew a pistol and shot Goodpastor through the heart. A moment later, realizing what he had done, Conner turned the pistol upon himself and fired a ball through his own heart. Both were members of prominent families of Bath county. Goodpastor was a member of Capt. Harry Strother’s company in the war with Spain. Both the dead men are under twenty-three years of age and were known here.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., August 14, 1900

Goodpastor, Mrs. Julia The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-24-1919
Goodpastor, Tandy Allen The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-14-1926
Goodrich, Forrest Hardy Died-At Ford, Nov. 2nd of diphtheria, Forrest Hardy, infant son of Mr. And Mrs. Geo. Goodrich.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 11-6-1889

Goodrich, Merton Ward

(Detroit Child Slayer)

The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-25-1934
Goodrich, Mrs. Cora Burgin The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-6, 4-10-2006
Goodrich, Mrs. Minnie The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-30-1927
Goodrich, Thomas J. The Winchester Sun Mon., 6-16-1913
Goodrich, Virgil The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-27, 7-28-1974
Goodrich, William T. On the motion of Green E. Farney who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of William T. Goodrich dec. in due form giving security whereupon he together with James H. G. Bush entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $200 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 12; P. 210; June Court 1849

 

Ordered that Dudley Stone, James Shephard, Isaac Fritts and Hanson Martin or any three of them after being first sworn do appraise in current money………….estate                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            of William T. Goodrich dec. and make report……..

Order Book 12; P. 210; June Court 1849

 

Sale bill of the estate of William T. Goodrich dec. was produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 253; November Court 1849

 

Inventory and appraisement of the estate of William T. Goodrich dec. was produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 258; December Court 1849

 

Court of Ky. vs. Green E. Farney as admin. of William T. Goodrich dec.

The defendant in answer to the summons which issued herein against him showed that he had settled said estate before the Master Commissioner in charge therefore said summons is ordered to be dismissed.

Order Book 12; P. 502; October Court 1852

Goodrich, William W. THE WAR OF 1812 – Private

The Roll of Two Companies Raised in Clark County by Capt. James Sympson

Capt. James Sympson’s Company of Kentucky Mounted Volunteers, August 25th 1813.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Fri., 2-21-1879

Goodrum, Thomas Milner The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-21, 3-22-2005

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Sun., 3-20-2005

Goodsey, M. H. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-3-1930
Goodson, Barbara Beck The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-9-1946
Goodson, John A. Covington, Ky., – John A. Goodson, former chief of police and widely known throughout Kentucky and brother-in-law of former Congressman and ex-Secretary of the Treasury John G. Carlisle, died at his residence here.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, February 15, 1910

Goodson, Joseph The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-29-1924
Goodson, Joseph A. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-9-1946
Goodson, Joseph A. Jr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-9-1946
Goodson, Mrs. Gladys Carlson The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-9-1946
Goodwin, A. S. The Winchester Sun     Tues., 12-26, 12-27-1933
Goodwin, Art The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-8-1919
Goodwin, Ben Committed Suicide

Ben Goodwin, a prominent farmer of the Chilesburg neighborhood, committed suicide Friday by shooting himself in the head while in a Lexington saloon. He was sixty-one years old and leaves a wife and one child. He was an uncle of David Goodwin, Joe G. Hays, Joe L. and H. R. Brown, of this city and county.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., March 3, 1903

Goodwin, Ben C. Dr. Ben C. Goodwin, of Chilesburg, who fell and broke his hip during the recent sleet, died this week.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 2-15-1888

Goodwin, daughter Dorsey Goodwin, of South Carolina, beat his seven-year-old daughter with a big strap having an iron buckle at the end, until she died. Goodwin was hustled off to jail barely in time to escape being lynched.

The Democrat, Wednesday, November 9, 1892.

Goodwin, David B. The Winchester Sun   Thur.,10-27, 10-28-1932
Goodwin, Eliza M. The Winchester News Tues., 2-27-1912
Goodwin, F.D. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-17-1918
Goodwin, George Died

George Goodwin died Saturday at his home in Lexington, aged about seventy years. He was the father of D. B. Goodwin of this city, and a highly respected citizen.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., April 21, 1899

Goodwin, Henry The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-28-1922
Goodwin, Hugh Deaths

Dr. Hugh Goodwin died last Thursday in a hospital in Kansas City, Mo., after a protracted illness, aged 38 years. The remains, accompanied by the deceased’s brother, Mr. D. B. Goodwin, of this city, were taken to Mt. Sterling Friday where the funeral and burial took place.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Nov. 10, 1904

Goodwin, J. Lucien Deaths

J. Lucien Goodwin, a well-known farmer of Fayette county, died in a Lexington hospital Thursday, after a surgical operation had been performed. He was seventy years old and had never been married. He was well known in this county where he owned property and where he has a number of relatives.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 20, 1903

 

Becknerville

Died, January 15th, of Bright’s disease, Lucien Goodwin, aged 72 years.

The Winchester Sentinel   Wed., Jan. 21, 1903

 

Lucien Goodwin’s Will.

The will of Lucien Goodwin was admitted to probate in the Fayette County Court Tuesday. It was dated January 7th, 1903, and disposes of an estate said to be worth $150,000 or $200,000. He leaves David B. Goodwin, of this city, one hundred acres on what is known as the short pike, or Dr. Graves pike. Ben Goodwin, brother of the testator, is left an undivided half interest in the Kinnaird farm of 225 acres near Chilesburg, and all the stock, crops, etc., on the place. Alex Hayes and Nora Allen, colored servants, are to receive one thousand dollars in government bonds. Ben Goodwin is to get one half the remaining bonds and Alex Hayes and David Goodwin each one-fourth. The residue of the estate, both real and personal, is to be divided among all the nieces and nephews of the testator living at the time of his death, and the shares of the children of Elizabeth Thompson. Hardinia Coleman and Lucinda V. Hildreth shall be subject to their mother’s life interest. Joe G. Hayes, of this city, is one of the residuary legatees, being a nephew of the deceased.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, January 23, 1903.

 

Personal Property

The appraisement of the personal property of the late Lucien Goodwin was $52,000.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Feb. 17, 1903

Goodwin, Jeffries J. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-1-1937
Goodwin, Jeremiah Early Aged Minister Dead

Science Hill, Ky., Sept. 9

Rev. Jeremiah Early Goodwin died at this place at the ripe age of 81 years. He had been a member of the Methodist church 63 years and was in the ministry 52 years.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Sept. 12, 1902

Goodwin, Joseph H. Joseph H. Goodwin, infant son of Joseph G. Goodwin, died at the family residence in Fayette county, Tuesday. The remains were buried at the family burying ground in this county.

The Winchester Democrat; Wednesday, December 20, 1893

Goodwin, Mary J. Will Book 1, Page 370

Dated: August 4, 1880

Dated: September 27, 1880

Goodwin, Milton J. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-7-1936
Goodwin, Mrs. Dee Scobee The Winchester Sun Mon., 10-19-1981
Goodwin, Mrs. Elizabeth The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-2, 3-3-1960
Goodwin, Mrs. Mary Eleanor

Clay

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-27-1995
Goodwin, Mrs. Mildred Ann

Osborne Estes

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-11-2011
Goodwin, Mrs. Nina Pace The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-24-1999
Goodwin, Mrs. Tracy Jean The Winchester Sun Tues., 3-17, 3-18-2009
Goodwin, Orville The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-6-1960
Goodwin, Rayborn The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-18, 12-19-1925
Goodwin, Robert G. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-11-1925
Goodwin, Robert J. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-23, 10-24-1995
Goodwin, Thomas Coleman Thomas Coleman, the two-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodwin, died Sunday morning of a complication of diseases and was buried in the Lexington cemetery.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, December 3, 1909

 

Died, November 19th, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodwin. Burial next day in Lexington cemetery. They have our sympathy.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, December 17, 1909

Goodwin, W. J. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-23-1928
Goodwin, William The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-28-1914
Goodwin, William I. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-14-1940
Goodwyn, David M. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-8-1923
Goolman, David T. Merritt

Died, at his home here on December 23rd, of a complication of diseases, D. T. Goolman, aged about 45 years. His funeral was preached on the following day by Rev. Richard French after which his remains were interred in the family burying ground at Mrs. Nancy Osborne’s. He leaves a wife and two small children besides a host of other relatives and friends to mourn his loss.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, January 7, 1898

 

Right Angle

Webb Johnson has bought the timber on 30 acres of land belonging to the heirs of David Goolman. Price $80.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Feb. 5, 1901

Goolman, Dewey Caywood The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-28, 4-29-1964
Goolman, Dorothy Ray The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-16-1932
Goolman, Earnest McKinley The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-10, 2-11, 2-12-1994
Goolman, Everett A. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-29-1970
Goolman, Floyd The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-18, 9-19-1979
Goolman, Henry The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-4-1930
Goolman, Hubert Roosevelt The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-11, 9-12-1987
Goolman, infant The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-25-1923
Goolman, J. T. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-16-1933
Goolman, J. W. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-6-1977
Goolman, James Right Angle

Died, May 9, of consumption, James Goolman. Burial the following day near this place.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., May 19, 1904

Goolman, Leonard Calvin Leonard Calvin Goolman, 81, of 7740 Irvine Road, husband of Ada Richardson Goolman for 59 years, died at 7:05 a.m. Wednesday at the hospice care center at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington. He was a native of Clark County, son of the late John Willie and Gracie Mae Gravett Goolman. He was a retired farmer and a member of Allensville Baptist Church. Other survivors are two sons, Randy Goolman of Winchester and Gail Goolman of Winchester; one grandson, Michael Goolman of Winchester; two granddaughters and their husbands, Brandy and Sam Fields of Winchester and Carol and Bill Dunaway of Winchester and Carol and Bill Dunaway of Winchester; two great granddaughters, Ashley Dunaway and Rebecca Birch; one great grandson Zach Fields; one sister, Lena Goolman of Winchester; two sisters-in-law, Joe Richardson of Winchester and Minnie Goolman of Estill County; several nieces, nephews and cousins.

Services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday at Scobee Funeral Home by the Rev. Tom Cummins, Bob Jones. Burial will be in the Winchester Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Alva Goolman, Larry Goolman, Wilfred Goolman, Asa Greene, Donnie Sams and Jackie Richardson. Honorary pallbearers will be J.M. Brandenburg, Hanes Brumback, Robert Curtis, Larry Wayne Goolman, Jim Jordan, Eugene Hampton, Wilbur Osborne, Eric Stafford, Calvin DeVary, Dillard Lee, Oliver Woods Jr., Larry Richardson.

Visitation will be from 6 to 9 Friday at Scobee Funeral Home. The guest book will be available at scobeefuneralhome.com.

The Winchester Sun Thursday 9-7-2006.

 

Leonard Calvin Goolman, 81, of 7740 Irvine Road, husband of Ada Richardson Goolman for 59 years, died at 7:05 a.m. Wednesday at the hospice care center at St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington.

He was a native of Clark County, son of the late John Willie and Gracie Mae Gravett Goolman.   He was a retired farmer and a member of Allensville Baptist Church. Other survivors are two sons, Randy Goolman of Winchester, and Gail Goolman Of Winchester; one grandson, Michael Goolman of Winchester; and two granddaughters and their husbands, Brandy and Sam Fields of Winchester and Carol and Bill Dunaway of Winchester; two great-granddaughters, Ashley Dunaway and Rebecca Burch; one great grandson, Zach Fields; one sister, Lena Goolman of Winchester; two sisters-in-law, Joe Richardson of Winchester and Minnie Goolman of Estill County; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday at Scobee Funeral Home by the Rev. Tom Cummins and Bob Jones. Burial will be in the Winchester Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Alva Goolman, Larry Goolman, Wilfred Goolman, Asa Greene, Donnie Sams, and Jackie Richardson. Honorary pallbearers will be J.M. Brandenburg, Hanes Brumback, Robert Curtis, Larry Wayne Goolman, Jim Jordan, Eugene Hampton, Wilbur Osborne, Eric Stafford, Calvin DeVary, Dillard Lee, Oliver Woods Jr., Larry Richardson.

Visitation will be from 6 to 9 Friday at Scobee Funeral Home. The guest book will be available at scobeefuneralhome.com.

The Winchester Sun Saturday 9-9-2006.

Goolman, Martin J. Log Lick Items-Died on April 17th, of apoplexy, Martin J. Goolman, aged about 70 years.

The Clark County Democrat     Wed., 4-27-1881

Goolman, Mrs. Anna Snowden The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-15-1987
Goolman, Mrs. Gracie Gravett The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-26, 9-27-1967
Goolman, Mrs. Irene Haggard The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-25-2000
Goolman, Mrs. Kittie Pearl The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-24-1990
Goolman, Mrs. Liddie Right Angle

Died, on the 12th inst., Mrs. Liddie Goolman. Burial next day at Right Angle.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Oct. 24, 1902

Goolman, Mrs. Sallie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-10-1955
Goolman, Mrs. Sally Jane The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-12-1953
Goolman, Mrs. Sarah Deaths

At Bloomingdale Sunday morning, March 22nd, of pneumonia, Mrs. Sarah Goolman, wife of W. A. Goolman, aged fifty-five years. Funeral this morning at White Hall, services by Rev. E. W. Marcum and burial in the Osborne graveyard.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., March 24, 1903

Goolman, Mrs. Stella Burton The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-2, 12-3-1974
Goolman, Sarah Bell The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-19, 10-20-1960
Goolman, Thomas Thomas Goolman was thrown from his horse on Tuesday last, near Tuttle store in this county, and instantly killed.

The National Union   Tuesday, November 6, 1860

Goolman, Will A. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-27, 9-2-1918
Goolman, William Harvey The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-17, 2-18-1970
Goolman, William Thomas The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-14, 2-23-1976
Goose, Mrs. Kate The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-4-1914
Goosey, A. B. (Ben) The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-19, 11-20-1964
Goosey, A. D. (Bill) The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-28-1939
Goosey, Benjamin Frank The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-17, 1-18-2001
Goosey, David F. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-08-2004
Goosey, Elizabeth Died

At her home near Lexington avenue, Friday, of spinal trouble, Elizabeth, infant and only daughter of Geo. Goosey and wife.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Dec. 26, 1899

Goosey, George M. Death Of George M. Goosey

George M. Goosey, or “Duck”, as he was familiarly known, died Tuesday at the home of his son, George, on Lexington Avenue, of consumption of the bowels, aged nearly sixty-nine years. The funeral was preached the following day at the residence by Rev. J. A. Francis and the remains were interred in the Winchester cemetery. His wife, formerly Miss Sallie Neil, died nearly three years ago. He leaves six children, Mrs. Ora Harding and Wm. Goosey of Missouri, Mrs. S. C. Fisher, Robert, a soldier in the Philippines, George Goosey, of this county, and Bill Goosey, of Valley View. The deceased had many friends but not a single enemy.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Jan. 19, 1900

Goosey, George M. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-25, 4-26-1950
Goosey, Harold E. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-18-1996
Goosey, James A. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-6-1918
Goosey, John L. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-7-1991
Goosey, Mrs. Jeanette S. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-10, 6-12-2004
Goosey, Mrs. Jennie Smith The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-20-1959
Goosey, Mrs. Lou Bush The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-7-1939
Goosey, Mrs. Myra Marie Ellis The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-11, 12-12-1996
Goosey, Mrs. Polly Log Lick Items

Died-On the 17th inst., Mrs. Polly Goosey, aged 40 years.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Tue., 6-29-1880

Goosey, Mrs. Ruth Rice The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-17, 3-19-1990
Goosey, Mrs. Sallie Neal Death of Mrs. Goosey

Mrs. Sallie Neal Goosey, wife of Geo. M. or “Duck” Goosey, died at her home in this city Wednesday morning, aged about 58 years. She was Miss Sallie Neal before her marriage, a daughter of Ed. Neal and has always been most highly esteemed. She leaves a husband and several children. The funeral was preached yesterday morning at the Cumberland Presbyterian church by Rev. J. A. Francis and the remains were interred in the cemetery.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 21, 1897

 

ABOUT PEOPLE

A. D. Goossey, of Valley view was called here last by the death of his mother.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 24, 1897.

Goosey, Mrs. W. C. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-25-1949
Goosey, Robert Allen The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-22, 6-24-1946
Goosey, Will The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-1-1923
Goosey, William C. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-16-1941
Goosey, William F. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-24-1917

Clark County Republican   Fri. 1-26-1917

Goosey, Yancy Died—Tuesday Dec. 14th, of brain trouble Yancy, the little son of George Goosey and wife, age three years. The remains were buried in the cemetery here. This makes the fifth child Mr. and Mrs. Goosey have lost, all of them in infancy and the death of little Yancy leaves them childless.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 16, 1898

Goosley, William T. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-19, 7-20-1988
Gootee, Mrs. Lena The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-21-1938
Goram, Mrs. Amanda The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-21-1914
Goran, Mrs. Tice The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-5-1923
Gordan, John Will Book 1, Page 349

Dated: July 18, 1803

Recorded: November 8, 1803

 

Motion of William Gordan that David Hamilton, Dillard Collins, Lewis Grigsby and ___Quisenberry examine, state and settle the estate of John Gordan with executor William Gordan and report to next court.

Order Book 4; P.?; January Court 1805

 

A settlement with the executor of the estate of John Gordan decd. was approved and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 4; P. 23; May Court 1805

 

Ordered that Dillard Collins, David Harrington, James Sympson, and Thomas Owen settle and adjust all accounts with the executors of John Gordan decd. and make report.

Order Book 4; P. 290; November Court 1808

Gordan, John (Gorden) The last will and testament of John Gordan dec. was produced in open court and fully proved according to law by the oath of John M. Reid a witness thereto subscribed and the codicil thereto annexed was also fully proved according to law by the oath of Elisha Ryan a witness thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 457; February Court 1839

 

On motion of Randall Gorden who made oath thereto as the law directs Certificate is granted to him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of John Gorden dec. with the will   annexed in due form giving security whereupon he together with William Gorden, David M. Gorden and Richardson Gorden entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $6000 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 10; P. 457; February Court 1839

 

Ordered that Elisha Ryan, Robert Schooler, Lewis Allen and John A. Hampton or any 3 of them being first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves and personal estate of John Gordon dec. and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 10; P. 457; February Court 1839

 

Amount of sales of the estate of John Gordan deceased produced in court examined, allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 469; May Court 1839

 

Inventory and appraisement of the estate of John Gorden dec. was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 484; August Court 1839

Gorden, J. D. Accidentally Killed

J. D. Gorden, who formerly lived near Pinchem, was accidentally killed a few days ago at his home in Kansas. The particulars of the accident were not learned.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., April 9, 1900

Gordin, George Fatal Political Argument

Flemingsburg, Ky., Aug. 1

Postmaster Will Thacker, of Noah, killed George Gordin at Foxport during a political argument between Thacker’s son and Gordin. Thacker, who has been arrested, claims the killing was done in self-defense.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., August 7, 1900

Gordon, Alford N. (Jack) The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-27-1985
Gordon, Alfred                     AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-14-1929
Gordon, Boyle Died—Judge Boyle Gordon a native of Madison county, died Saturday at his home near Columbia, Mo., aged 70 years. He was a prominent lawyer and at one time held a professorship in the Missouri State University for ten years.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, September 13, 1895

Gordon, C. D. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-16-1918
Gordon, Catherine At her home near Pilot View Thursday, of pneumonia superinduced by la grippe, Mrs. Catherine Gordon, wife of F. M. Gordon, aged forty-eight years. She leaves a husband, three sons and two daughters.   Her funeral was preached at Ephesus Church, Revs. C. B. Clark and Richard French officiating, and the remains brought to this city for interment.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 13, 1892.

Gordon, Charles J. The Winchester Sun Wed., 12-1-1920
Gordon, child Deaths

The 17 months old child of Mr. and Mrs. Will Gordon died Tuesday morning. The burial was in the cemetery here yesterday.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., July 13, 1905

Gordon, Crit                          AA The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-22-1921
Gordon, E. M. Found dead in bathtub

Minister is asphyxiated while visiting home of Kentucky preacher

Hopkinsville, Ky., – The Rev. E.M. Gordon, a missionary from Mungeli, India was found dead in the bathtub in the home of Rev. H.D. Smith, whom he was visiting. It is believed the minister opened a gas jet to a heating stove in the room by throwing a towel against it. He was asphyxiated. Mr. Gordon was sent to India by the Church of Christ of this city. He had only recently come home on a furlough to visit his former congregation. He was a member of the Disciples denomination. His father was a British army officer. He leaves a widow and child who are in Philadelphia.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, June 9, 1908

Gordon, Edwine The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-4-1925
Gordon, Eliza The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-23-1923
Gordon, F. M. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-4-1915
Gordon, Frank R. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-19, 6-20-1945
Gordon, Gentry The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-8-1974
Gordon, George M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-28, 8-31-1987
Gordon, Harry C. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-2-1945
Gordon, Harvey The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-28, 5-29-1970
Gordon, Henry The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-28-1972
Gordon, Henry P. Henry Gordon Dead

Henry P. Gordon, formerly of this county, died at his home at Amos, Indian Territory, January 16th, after a long illness of ulceration of the stomach. He was fifty-six years old and leaves a wife, two daughters and seven sons. He also leaves four brothers, one of whom is John W. Gordon, of this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Feb. 3, 1903

Gordon, infant Middle Four Mile-Died, on the 15th, inst., infant child of John W. and Laura Gordon.   They have the sympathy of the community.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 7-25-1888

Gordon, Isaac                       AA The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-15-1934
Gordon, J. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-28-1921
Gordon, Jackson DIED-At his residence near Ruckerville, on Monday of last week, after a long illness, Jackson Gordon, aged 76 years. The remains were interred to the family graveyard.

The Democrat, Wednesday, December 3, 1980.

Gordon, James Deaths

James W. Gordon died suddenly at Lexington Sunday. He was sixty-nine years of age and a native of this county. He was married twice, first to Miss Mahala Owens and after her death, Miss Mary A. Owens; they were sisters, and sisters to W. P., R. T. and F. M. Owens, Mrs. Julia Creed, Margaret Irvine and Miss Sarah Owens, all of this county.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., June 29, 1905

 

Flanagan

Mr. James Gordon, who fell dead near Lexington Sunday morning, leaves two sisters of this place;   Mrs. R. T. Owen and Mrs. Jullie Ann Shearer.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., June 29, 1905

Gordon, James Earnest The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-10-1991
Gordon, Jesse Death of E. T. Woodward.

Edwin Taylor Woodward died at an early hour Thursday morning, June 22nd, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. A. Ramsey, on East Broadway, of brain trouble, in his eighty-third year. He was a native of this county and the last of a family of four children. He was for many years a merchant of this city, and afterward being connected with the late Jesse Gordon in the shoe business.   In 1872 he moved to Tipton, Mo., where he remained for ten years, when he returned to this county, where he has since lived. His wife, who was Miss Mary Haggard, a daughter of Martin and Sallie Haggard, died in Missouri in 1873. He leaves a son, James Woodard, and a daughter, Mrs. Jesse A. Ramsey. He was for sixty years or more a consistent member of the Baptist Church, and was always regarded as a just and upright man and, one of our best citizens. The remains will be interred in the cemetery at this place at ten o’clock this morning; services at the grave by Revs. Richard French and B. B. Bailey.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 23, 1899.

Gordon, Jesse E. The sufferings of Jesse E. Gordon culminated in his death Wednesday evening at his home near this city.   At the time of his death he was in his 59th year and a large part of his life had been devoted to the welfare of his fellow men. He was twice elected County Clerk and performed the duties of the office with signal ability. For many years he had been an officer in the Baptist church and his death will be a severe blow to that organization. Clark county has produced few better men and in his death loses one of her most valuable citizens. The funeral services were held at the family residence and were conducted by Rev. T. C. Stackhouse and Dr. Wm. Steward. The funeral procession was the largest ever seen in our city, a fact which attests the hold he had on the affections of our people.   He leaves a wife and four daughters to mourn his loss, to whom goes out the profound sympathy of the whole community.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 7-25-1888

Gordon, Jesse E. Jesse E. Gordon administrator vs. Ada Gordon

Eli Bean administrator of Jesse E. Gordon filed a report…..commissioner to convey the property herein sold to Mrs. Eliza Gordon, by proper deed…..cause is filed away.

Order Book 20; P. 346; February Court 1889

Gordon, John Revolutionary War Soldier

List of Revolutionary Soldiers Who Were Citizens Of Clark County, Kentucky

Compiled By Mrs. William D. Clark, Of Hart Chapter, D.A.R.

Chairman Of Revolutionary Soldiers Graves

Winchester, Clark County, Kentucky, Library

Research Room

Gordon, John A Life Sentence

After a trial lasting for over a week William Thacker, of Fleming county, was convicted of the murder of John Gordon and was sentenced to life imprisonment. The killing occurred last July and was the result of a political argument.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Jan. 18, 1901

Gordon, John The Winchester Sun Mon., 11-29-1920
Gordon, John The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-24-1931
Gordon, John B. The Grim Reaper

Gen. John B. Gordon died at his winter home near Miami, Florida. He was a Major General in the Confederate army, Governor of Georgia and Senator. In addition to these honors he attained distinction as a lecturer. The funeral will be at Atlanta today.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur. Jan. 14, 1904

Gordon, John E. John E. Gordon, a native, and for many years a prominent citizen, of this county, died last Thursday at his home in Lexington of pneumonia. The burial took place in the family graveyard at Pilot view on the following day.

The deceased was born near Pilot View in this county in 1827. Early in life he engaged in the livery business here, owning the stable on Fairfax street, now known as Miller’s stable, and operating a line of stage coaches and transfer wagons between Lexington and Mt. Sterling.

Later he engaged in mercantile pursuits with varying success, having his seasons of prosperity and adversity in common with the rest of humanity. Many years ago he moved to Lexington, making that his home to the end.

In his business and social relations, he was a true man, honorable in his dealings and devoted to his family.

He is survived by his third wife who was originally Miss Bettie Spillman. At the time of their marriage she was Mrs. Chiles. The surviving children are Mrs. Geo. M. Adams and Mrs. Jno. E. Garner of this city; Mrs. B. W. Turner, of Richmond; S. B. Gordon, of New York and Drs. R. Lee and J. Ed Gordon, of Lexington. Four brothers also survive, Louis, Frank, Thomas and Ryland Gordon, all of this county.

The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday, December 8, 1904

Gordon, John E. The Winchester Sun   Thur. 1-26-1933
Gordon, John Edward The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-7-1929
Gordon, Johnnie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-5, 10-6-1983
Gordon, Joseph R. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-29, 12-30-1952
Gordon, Laura A. Age 1, female, she was born in Clark County, KY, her parents were James W. and Mary A. Gordon, she died in Clark County, KY, on April 18, 1861 of the croup.

CCKD

Gordon, Leigh R. The Winchester Sun,   Mon., 5-9-1921
Gordon, Lewis African American Male, 68 years old, Father-unknown, Mother-unknown, he was a farmer, Died May 17, 1922, Buried May 19, 1922.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate Number 10741, Volume 1922.

Gordon, Lewis The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-20-1913
Gordon, Lewis African American Male, 68 years old, Father-unknown, Mother-unknown, he was a farmer, Died May 17, 1922, Buried May 19, 1922.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate Number 10741, Volume 1922.

Gordon, Mahala Mrs. Mahala Gordon, wife of Jas. Gordon, of Fayette county, died of dropsy and was buried Friday at the old Owen burying ground at Pinchem. She was aged about sixty years and was formerly Miss Owen, of this county. She had been ill for a long time and for some time prior to her death, she was tapped each week, more than a gallon of fluid being drawn off at a time. She made the thirtieth member of the Owen family that was deposited in the graveyard above mentioned.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 1, 1890

 

Hunt; The funeral of Mrs. J. W. Gordon was preached at Owen’s Chapel last Sunday by Rev. S. K. Ramsey. A large number of friends and relatives were present.

The Democrat, Wednesday, April 23, 1890

Gordon, Mary Age 18, female, she was single, she was born in Clark County, KY, parents unknown, she lived in Clark County, KY, she died on January 20, 1852 of heart trouble in Clark County, KY.

CCKD

Gordon, Mary Agnes The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-7, 4-9-1969
Gordon, Mrs. Alla Aldridge The Winchester Sun Fri., 2-27-1981
Gordon, Mrs. Alma Ballard The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-15-1953
Gordon, Mrs. Amanda Ringo The Winchester Sun,   Wed., 5-25, 5-26-1921
Gordon, Mrs. Bettie Death Of Mrs. Louis Gordon

Mrs. Bettie Gordon, wife of Louis A. Gordon, died at her home near L. and E. Junction, Wednesday night, aged fifty-three years. For a long time she had suffered from the effects of a cancer on her breast and this finally caused her death. She was originally Miss Yocum, of Montgomery county. After her first marriage to Mr. Walker, she moved to Texas where she lived for a long time. After the death of Mr. Walker, she married Mr. Gordon and later moved back to this county, where they have since lived.

Besides her husband, she leaves three children, Chas. Walker, Ernest Gordon and Mrs. Jessie Tuggle.   The remains were buried at this place Friday, funeral services at the grave being conducted by Eld. J. W. Harding.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., May 15, 1900

Gordon, Mrs. Betty Spillman The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-20-1923
Gordon, Mrs. Dora Woodward The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-4, 2-5-1964
Gordon, Mrs. Eliza Ann The Winchester Sun,   Sat., 4-16, 4-25-1921
Gordon, Mrs. Elizabeth Attersall The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-1, 3-2-1945
Gordon, Mrs. Eva Bruce The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-14, 11-16-1916
Gordon, Mrs. Golda Estes The Winchester Sun Wed., 8-22-2007
Gordon, Mrs. J. W. Hunt News – The funeral of Mrs. J. W. Gordon, preached at Owen’s Chapel last Sunday.

The Semi-Weekly Sun   4-23-1890

Gordon, Mrs. Jennie One of the most terrible tragedies ever enacted in the State resulted in the killing of Arch Brown and Mrs. Jennie Gordon by the latter’s husband, Fulton Gordon. Tuesday about noon, at a negro assignation house in Louisville. An anonymous note had warned Gordon of his wife’s intimacy with Brown and he followed the guilty couple to the assignation house. A short time after their arrival Gordon came and going upstairs entered the room engaged by Brown, which was not locked and found both undressed. Both men had pistols and firing began at once. Brown was shot five times, twice through the heart. Gordon was not hit. After killing Brown, Gordon took the dead man’s pistol and shot his wife twice. She ran down stairs and fell dead. Gordon was arrested and lodged in jail. He is much prostrated and fainted several times. The Coroner’s jury returned a verdict of justifiable homicide and public opinion justifies Gordon. Both parties belong to the best families. Brown was the oldest son of Gov. Brown and a grandson of Gov. Dixon. Mrs. Gordon was a daughter of Mrs. Cornelia bush, formerly State Librarian, and Gordon was for many years proprietor of the Kentucky Hotel at Frankfort.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 3, 1895

 

Fulton Gordon Admitted to Bail

Louisville, Ky., May 2—Late Wednesday afternoon upon application of Fulton Gordon’s attorney’s, Police Judge Thompson reversed the action of Special Judge Smith in refusing to release the prisoner on bail. Judge Thompson fixed the bail at $3000 in each case, which was promptly furnished, and Gordon was released. It is believed Gov. Brown will not prosecute him for killing Arch Brown.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 3, 1895

 

Probably no case in Kentucky for a long time attracted so much attention as the killing of Gov. Brown’s son and Mrs. Nellie Gordon at Louisville by the latter’s husband, Fulton Gordon. Gordon was tried and Thursday was acquitted by the examining court. The verdict meets with almost universal approval both here and elsewhere.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 14, 1895

 

The Louisville Grand Jury, after a full investigation, refused to indict Fulton Gordon for the murder of his wife and Arch Brown.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 28, 1895

Gordon, Mrs. Kate Resolutions of Respect

The Sugar Ridge Woman’s Missionary Society in a meeting held January 23, 1892, adopted the following resolutions upon the death of MRS. KATE GORDON, which occurred on the 6th inst.

Resolved. That in the death of this excellent Christian woman this Society has lost one of its most consecrated workers.

2nd.   That though we mourn our loss we question not the goodness of the Master.

3rd. We commend her example to others, for though seldom present at our monthly meeting, she gave willingly of her time and means to promote the Missionary cause.

4th. We extend to the bereaved family our tenderest sympathies and commend them to the tender Shepherd’s care, upon whom she leaned so sweetly, even in the valley of the shadow of death, and reared no evil.

5th.   That these resolutions be spread upon our Memorial Book and a copy sent to The Winchester Democrat for publication.

Miss Alice Ramsey

Mrs. Fannie Tanner.

The Winchester Democrat   January 25, 1892

Gordon, Mrs. Lela Piersall The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-27, 2-28-1950
Gordon, Mrs. Lou Ann Died in Shelby county

Mrs. Lou Ann Gordon died Sunday at her home in Shelby county of a complication of diseases, aged sixty-eight years. The funeral was preached at Mt. Pleasant church and the remains were buried at Fairview cemetery near Todd’s Point, that county. She leaves a husband, David Gordon, and several children. She was the oldest daughter of the late Capt. Gordon Mullins, of this county. She was a sister of Colby and Gus Mullins, of this county, W.T. Mullins, of Shelby county and Mrs. Jas. Haggard, of Texas. She was a very popular woman and leaves many friends in this county, her old home, to mourn her death.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, February 25, 1910

Gordon, Mrs. Maria Brock The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-30-1965
Gordon, Mrs. Mollie Mrs. Mollie Gordon died last week in Wichita, Kansas after a lingering illness. She was formerly Miss Clarke of Maysville, and was related to the Winn’s and others of this place.

The Democrat   Wednesday March13, 1889

Gordon, Mrs. Nancy Died, Saturday morning of pneumonia, Mrs. Nancy Gordon, of Pilot View. Aged 83 years. She was a Miss Hampton, and more than sixty years ago was married to Richard R. Gordon, thus making them the oldest married couple in the county. Their descendants number 72 and extend to the fifth generation. The surviving children are John, Jesse, Frank, Lewis and Riley, and Mrs. Franklin Ramsey and Mrs. Joe A. Wills. For many years she had been an exemplary member of the Baptist Church. Her funeral was preached Sunday by Rev. J. Pike Powers at the family residence.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 3-7-1888

Gordon, Mrs. Phyllis The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-3-1991
Gordon, Mrs. Sallie Death of Mrs. Gordon

Mrs. Sallie Gordon died at her home on Four Mile Thursday afternoon of the decay incident to old age. She was a native of this county and was in the ninety-fourth year of her age. Her funeral was preached at the family residence by Rev. Richard French Friday and the remains were buried in the family graveyard.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, March 22, 1910

 

Bloomingdale

Died, on the 17th, Sallie Gordon, one of our most highly respected citizens. Had she lived until June she would have been ninety-three years of age. She had been a patient sufferer from rheumatism for over half a century. She was a member of Mt. Olive church, a consistent Christian in every walk of life. Her funeral was preached the following day by Rev. Richard French, who paid a graceful tribute to the memory of this devoted Christian woman. She leaves three sons, D.N. Gordon, of Shelby county; Ealy Gordon, of Texas, and Clifton Gordon, besides a sister, Mrs. Telitha A. Johnson, of Wyandotte Station. She was the aunt of your correspondent, by whom she was greatly beloved.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, March 29, 1910

Gordon, Mrs. Sallie Robinson The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-27-1915

The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-25-1916

Gordon, Mrs. Sara Kidd The Winchester Sun   Thur. 1-26-1933
Gordon, Mrs. Sarah Age 20, she was born in Clark County, KY, her parents were Zadock and Jane Kidd, she lived in Clark County, KY, she died on July 30, 1855 of dysentery.

CCKD

Gordon, Mrs. Virginia I. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-21-2004
Gordon, Nancy C. Age 5, female, she was born in Clark County, KY, her parents were James W. and Eliza A. Gordon, she died in Clark County, KY, October 29, 1861 of dyptheria.

CCKD

Gordon, Nancy Jane Age 3, female, she was born Clark County, KY, her parents were John and Sarah Gordon, she died in Clark County, KY, August 12, 1855 of dysentery.

CCKD

Gordon, Nancye Santford The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-14, 1-15-1986
Gordon, Owron The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-12-2008
Gordon, Richard R. Richard R. Gordon, one of the oldest and most highly respected citizens of our county, was found dead in his bed Sunday morning, death having evidently been caused by heart disease. He was 86 years old and had lived to see the fourth generation of his descendents, over four score of his descendents being now living. His wife, originally Miss Hampton, died about two years ago. At that time, Uncle Dick and his wife had been married longer than any couple in the county, having been married husband and wife for more than sixty-two years. Mr. Gordon was buried in the family graveyard the funeral being preached by Rev. Richard French.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, December 17, 1890

 

J. A. Ramsey, auct. Reports the sale of the land belonging to the heirs of R. R. Gordon, deceased, Wednesday, as follows: Tract No. 1, containing 145 acres, and living on the pike was bought by R. D. Gordon at $ 63.10 per acre. Tract No. 2 with 124 acres, was sold to F. M. Gordon at $ 50 per acre, and the 56 acres of unimproved land was bought by Thomas b. Pearsall at 60.25 per acre.

The Democrat, Friday, December 4, 1891.

Gordon, Riley D. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-26-1923
Gordon, Sally On motion of Jackson Gordon who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Sally Gordon dec in due form giving security……… with David Haggard ……..bond in penalty of $500………..

Order Book 12; P. 341; December Court 1850

 

On motion of Jackson Gordon administrator of Sally Gordon dec. ordered that William Adams, William Bledsoe, Stephen Adams and Green B. Parrish or any 3 of them after being sworn ……….appraise ………..estate of Sally Gordon dec. ……report.

Order Book 12; P. 341; December Court 1850

 

Appraisement of the   estate of Sally Gordon dec. was produced in court ……………..recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 351; January Court 1851

 

Sale bill of the estate of William and Sally Gordon dec. was produced ……………recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 351; January Court 1851

 

Settlement with the admin. of William and Sally Gordon dec. was produced ……….filed.

Order Book 12; P. 565; June Court 1853

 

Settlement with the admin. of William and Sally Gordon dec. is referred back to the county Judge for his revision thereof.

Order Book 12; P. 566; June Court 1853

 

Settlement with the admin. of William and Sally Gordon being referred back for revision was again produced approved …..recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 574; July Court 1853

Gordon, Sam Charged With Murder.

Russellville, Ky., Aug. 9.—Sam Gordon, a respected white man, was killed at Schochoch Monday. Ed Haddock and Frank Barker, colored, have been arrested and placed in jail here charged with the crime.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 16, 1898

Gordon, Sarah Age 5, female, she was born in Clark County, KY, her parents were Jackson and Sally Gordon, she lived in Clark County, KY, she died February 1, 1860, of inflammation of the brain.

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Gordon, son Died—Wednesday of diphtheria, the little son of John W. Gordon, aged four years. Burial at Jas. Raney’s, funeral by Rev. M. P. Lowry

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 3, 1897

Gordon, Thomas The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-20-1971
Gordon, Timothy A. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-22, 9-23-1986
Gordon, Virginia Ruth The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-23-1955
Gordon, W. L. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-10, 12-13-1945
Gordon, W. Thomas The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-18-1923
Gordon, William The last will and testament of William Gordon deceased was produced in open court and proven according to law by the oath of A. H. Hampton a witness thereto subscribed and also the codicil thereto annexed was proven according to law by the oaths of Lewis Raney and Nancy Watts witnesses thereto subscribed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 346 May Court 1845

 

On the motion of Sarah Gordon the executrix named in the last will and testament of William Gordon deceased who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted her for obtaining a probate thereof in due form giving security whereupon she together with Eli Bruce and Jackson Gordon entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $3,000 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 11; P. 346 May Court 1845

 

Ordered that John Watts, William Adams, William Bledsoe and John Burgess or any three of them after being first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves if any and personal estate of William Gordon dec. and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 11; P. 347 May Court 1845

 

Inventory and appraisement of the estate of William Gordon dec. was produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 355; June Court 1845

 

On motion of Jackson Gordon who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration de bonis non of the estate of William Gordon dec. with his will annexed whereupon he together with David T. Haggard entered into and acknowledged bond in the penalty of $3000 conditioned as the law directs, it appearing to the court that Sarah Gordon the executrix is dead.

Order Book 12; P. 341; December Court 1850

 

Sale bill of the estate of William and Sally Gordon dec. was produced ……………recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 351; January Court 1851

 

Settlement with the admin. of William and Sally Gordon dec. was produced ……….filed.

Order Book 12; P. 565; June Court 1853

 

Settlement with the admin. of William and Sally Gordon dec. is referred back to the county Judge for his revision thereof.

Order Book 12; P. 566; June Court 1853

 

Settlement with the admin. of William and Sally Gordon being referred back for revision was again produced approved …..recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 574; July Court 1853

 

This day James William Gordon came into court and made choice of John E. Gordon as guardian of his estate, D. M. Gordon being in court and consenting thereto, thereupon said John E. Gordon with David M. Gordon and Richardson Gordon entered into and acknowledged bond………approved by court.

Order Book 12; P. 586; September Court !853

 

Settlement with the guardian James M. Taylor was produced ……filed…….

Order Book 12; P. 597; October Court !853

Again produced …..approved ……recorded.

Order Book 12; P. 599; November Court !853

Gordon, William                   AA Ordered that the Co. Treas. pay Wm. Stubblefied three and 50/100 dollars for coffin for Wm. Gordon of color.

Order Book 17; Page 424; January Court 1876

Clark County Courthouse Archives

Gordon, William Paul The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-25-1973
Gordon, William R. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-23-131
Gordon, William Riley The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-13-1945
Gore, Arch The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-15-1955
Gore, Chester E. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-28-1927
Gore, Dennis The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-15-1926
Gore, Lucas Ray The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-18-1997
Gore, Mrs. Margaret Cleland The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-22-1977
Gore, Mrs. Nancy Smithson The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-9-1947
Gore, Obel L. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-2-1956
Gore, Oliver The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-14-1925
Gorey, Mrs. Johanna Rev. Father Major, of this city, attended the funeral of Mrs. Johanna Gorey of Paris Wednesday.   Eighteen priests were present.   She was the mother of Fathers Will and James Gorey, well known to many of our people. Mrs. Gorey is an example of what an earnest mother can do.   Though left a widow entirely without means, she managed to give every one of her eight children a collegiate education.

The Winchester Democrat     7-20-1892

Gorham, Boswell Dr. Boswell Gorham, formerly a well known practitioner, but for several years engaged in stock raising, near Lexington, was brutally murdered Tuesday morning by a negro employee, Anthony Duncan. The negro and a white tenant named Creekbaum were quarreling when Dr. Gorham reprimanded the negro and ordered him to go to work. Duncan at once drew a pistol and fired, killing Gorham instantly. The negro escaped but gave himself up the next day. He will doubtless be hung.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 19, 1890

 

Fayette; Anthony Duncan, the negro who killed Dr. Gorham, was indicted for murder in the first degree.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 26, 1890

 

In the Fayette Circuit Court the jury in the case of the negro, Duncan, for the murder of Dr. Gorham, failed to agree. Eight were for hanging and four for life imprisonment.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, December 12, 1890

 

In Fayette Circuit Court; Anthony Duncan was sentenced to death for the murder of Dr. Gorham a few months ago. The murderer received the verdict with stolid indifference.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, February 18, 1891

 

When the Lexington jury in the case of the negro Duncan charged with the murder of Dr. Gorham retired to their room their first act was to kneel in prayer, after being   out a short time they brought in a verdict of guilty with the sentence of death.

In commenting on this fact the Louisville Commercial says: “As a Kentucky jury prayed fervently for divine guidance in making up their verdict, and then brought in a hanging one, it is reasonable to suppose that the Lord is in favor of capitol punishment of murderers.”

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, February 25, 1891

 

THE Court of Appeals has affirmed the decision of the Fayette Circuit Court which sentenced Anthony Duncan to be hung for the murder of Dr. B. P. Gorham last November.

The Democrat, Wednesday, June 24, 1891.

Gorham, John Shot From Ambush

Henry Cummings Killed On The Street In Middlesboro

Middlesboro, Ky., Jan. 26

Henry Cummings, notorious mountain bad met death from ambush at an early hour Sunday morning on one of the principal streets here. James Adley Turner, who was walking with him, was shot in the arm.   The assassins are unknown.   Cummings killed John Gorham, president of the United Mine Workers’ union two years ago. Greenwood Ward, a little later, and about a year ago Branham Elam, Kentuckian, met death at his hands.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Jan. 30, 1903

Gorham, Mrs. Omer Fowler The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-31-1936
Gorham, Robert The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-3, 3-14-1914
Gorham, Thomas Died at Clintonville

Thomas Gorham, aged 53 years, died Thursday afternoon near Clintonville, after           an illness of several years of a complication of diseases. Mr. Gorham was a most     highly respected citizen and Christian gentleman. His wife and two daughters, Misses Roberta and Mary, survive him. He was a brother of E.P. Gorham, of Scott county. Funeral services were conducted at the residence Friday afternoon by Prof. Buffington,   of North Middletown.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, July 13, 1909

 

Card of thanks

We take this opportunity of thanking our many friends for their timely assistance and   their many expressions of kindly interest and sympathy in our late bereavement. We are more grateful than we can express and commend these many friends of our to “Him who doeth all things well.” Mrs. T.L. Gorham and Daughters. Clintonville, Ky.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, July 30, 1909

Gorham, Thomas Lane The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-31-1936
Gorin, Mrs. Deborah Putnam Campbell Death Of Mrs. Gorin

Glasgow, Ky., June 29

Mrs. Deborah Putnam Campbell Gorin, aged 80, widow of the lamented Judge Franklin Gorin, died at her home here. Mrs. Gorin was a great-granddaughter of Israel Putnam and one of Glasgow’s most beloved women.

The Winchester Demcrat   Tue., July 3, 1900

Gorley, Dorothy Raabe The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-6-1999
Gorman, H. L. H.L. Gorman, of Lewis county, was bit by a pet rattlesnake and died in great agony         in a few hours.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, October 16, 1896

Gorman, Loretta Died from grief

Miss Loretta Gorman, of Louisville, died in that city the past week from grief caused by the death of her brother just a week before. Everything possible was done to comfort the young lady, but her grief was inconsolable and she collapsed. She had been in the best of health until the death of her brother.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, December 8, 1908

Gorman, Mike The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-9-1962
Gorman, William Earle The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-13-1980
Gormley, Mrs. Arvilla Vance The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-9-1976
Gormley, Phillip J. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-23-1927
Gortney, Eugene The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-27-1937
Gorton, Mrs. Louise Her burial robe

Mrs. Louise Gorton, who died at Ludlow last week was buried in her wedding dress which she had kept for fifty years for that purpose.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, October 28, 1910

Gose, Cecil Henry The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-21-1994
Gose, Ed. Had Hydrophobia

One night several weeks ago Ed. Gose, eighteen years old, a son of Steve Gose, of Bath county, heard a noise among his hounds in the back yard. Going out to investigate, he saw a large cat, said to be infected with rabies. It jumped on his head, scratching and tearing him in many places and biting him just above the eye. In ten days the young man died in convulsions from hydrophobia. The cat had bitten all the dogs, which in time developed hydrophobia and bit Mr. Gose’s four other children. The madstone was applied and adhered for several hours.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, December 11, 1908

Gose, Mrs. Josephine R. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-20-1978
Gose, William Y. Children Quarreled.

Parents Took It Up and Farmer Shot Dead in Fight That Followed.

Paintsville, Ky., Aug. 26.—William Y. Gose, farmer, living on Greasy creek, this county was shot late Saturday evening by Milton Music, of the same place, and died Sunday morning. Music came in and surrendered to the authorities after learning of Gose’s death. The shooting arose over a difficulty which their children had in coming from school. Reports are conflicting as to who fired first. Gose and wife went to the Music house. Gose had a shotgun. Only two shots had been fired by Music and Gose. The latter fell mortally wounded. His wife then ran to his side seized the gun, discharged the other barrel at Music. Several shots passed through Music’s clothing.

The examining trial is set for Tuesday. Music is in jail.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 29, 1902

 

Bond Fixed At $1,000

Paintsville, Ky., Aug. 30

The case of Milton Music, charged with the murder of W. H. Gose, was called in the Johnson county examining court. Judge Rice bound Music over to await the action of the next grand jury and fixed his bond at $1,000.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Sept. 5, 1902

Goslee, Dr.___________ Dr. Lively In Charge

Louisville, Ky., Jan. 31

Dr. M. M. Lively, first assistant physician at the Lakeland asylum, is filling the position of superintendent, made vacant by the death of Dr. Goslee. He will be an applicant for appointment to the place should Taylor hold on.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Feb. 6, 1900

Gosney, Clifford A little four-year-old boy named Clifford Gosney was instantly killed at Alexandria, Ky., last week by being struck over the heart by a baseball bat.

The Democrat, Wednesday, August 5, 1891.

Gosselin, N. N. The Winchester Sun   Tue., 11-9-1915
Gosser, Mrs. Rebecca Shearer The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-30-1955
Gossett, Alice Miss Alice Gossett of Pulaski county, committed suicide by taking strychnine. She had been disappointed in love.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Fri., 5-2-1879

Gossett, Wade The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-27-1926
Gott, Margaret Lucille The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-13-1926
Gouge, Dewey The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-8-1923
Gough, Mrs. Lucy Ellen The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-12-2009
Gough, Richard Lawrence The Winchester Sun Fri., 5-18, 5-19-2007
Gough, William Howard The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-16, 8-20-2002
Goughe, Arthur The Result Of A Fight

One Man Fatally Wounded And Two Others Seriously Hurt

Williamstown, Ky., Dec. 26

As the result of a fight in this city Wednesday afternoon Arthur Goughe is fatally wounded, his father Vet. Goughe, is suffering from a gunshot wound in the back, Carl Goughe, a brother, is wounded in the face, James Redenower and Tom Hacket are under arrest charged with the shooting. The fight was the outcome of a quarrel in a saloon, and nine shots were exchanged. The Goughes and Hacket and Redenower have been enemies for over a year. The prisoners are being guarded by the sheriff and his deputies.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Dec. 31, 1901

Gould, Jay Jay Gould, the eminent financier and capitalist of New York, died in that city Friday morning of consumption.

The Democrat, Wednesday, December 7, 1892.

 

MORE prominent men have died in the last few weeks than in the same length of time before for a long time. Jay Gould, the railroad king . Kenna United States Senator from West Virginia, ex-president Hayes, Gen. B. F. Butler, Phillip Brooks, the greatest churchman of the country. Lamar of the United States Supreme Court and James G. Blaine one of the most prominent politicians of the last quarter of a century.

The Democrat, Wednesday, February 1, 1893.

Gould, Mrs. Clara M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-9-1973
Gould, Mrs. George Jay The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-14-1921
Gould, Mrs. Harriet Jean

Bottlander

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-2-2002
Gould, Mrs. Maude Jett The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-10, 1-11-1995
Gould, Ralph James The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-30, 7-31-1998
Gould, William Herbert The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-28-1992
Gould, Winnie P. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-22-1971
Gouron, Mrs. Irene Henry The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-22-1941
Gover, Mrs. Ruth The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-30-1994
Gowday, C. E. The Sun Sentinel Thur., 3-2-1911
Goyen, David Henry The Winchester News Tues.,   1-9-1912
Goyle, James Carrollton – James Goyle, 21, a farmer, of Owen county, fell from the rear end of a train at Worthville, and received injuries that caused his death.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, November 8, 1910

Grabb, H. L. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-9-1963
Grabfelder, Morris The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-7-1920
Grace, Charlotte Stanfield The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-22, 2-23-2001
Grace, Curtis L. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-2-2001
Grace, Daniel The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-22, 12-31-1930
Grace, J. L. Injured Man Died

J. L. Grace the member of the Seward company which played here last week and who had his leg broken at the depot by a trunk falling on it continued to grow worse and was taken to the hospital at Lexington where he died Saturday.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Aug. 25, 1903

Grace, John Received Fatal Injuries.

HOPKINSVILLE, Ky., Oct. 14-John Grace, a North Carolina planter, had his foot caught in a trace and was dragged a mile over a rocky road, receiving fatal injuries.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 18, 1898.

Grace, son The 7-year-old child of Harmon Grace, a farmer near Salyersville, was killed Thursday by a log rolling over him.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 12, 1894

Grace, Thomas Will Book 2, Page 192

Dated: May 8, 1896

Recorded: June 22, 1896

Grachek, Raymond J. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-17, 4-19-2003
Graddy, _______ The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-10-1931
Graddy, Mrs. Mamie Field The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-9-1939
Graddy, William Henry Sr. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-23, 7-24-1968
Grady, Frank DEPUTY JAILER FRANK GRADY, of Paducah, died of injuries received in a runaway.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 17, 1897.

Grady, John Death of John Grady

John Grady, a well known citizen of this city, died at his home on South Highland street, Thursday evening. He had been for some time a sufferer from locomotor ataxia, from the effects of which he died. He was thirty-six years old and a resident of Madison county until a few years ago, when he moved to this city and engaged in the saloon business on Main street. He was a genial, unassuming man, who made and retained friends and was one of our best citizens. Some time ago he sold his interests on account of his health and for some months had not been in any business. The funeral was preached Saturday morning at St. Joseph’s church by Rev. Father Ryan, and the remains were taken to Richmond for interment. He leaves a wife, formerly Mrs. Warren, of Madison county, and one child, a daughter, about twelve years old.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, July 7, 1896

 

Will Book 2, Page 198

Dated: June 29, 1896

Recorded: July 27, 1896

 

County court items

Samantha Grady and John M. Riffe were appointed administrators of John Grady.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, July 28, 1896

 

John Grady left all his property to his wife, Samantha Grady, for life, with remainder     to his daughter, Minnie. His real estate is to be sold and the proceeds invested in other real estate in the name of Mrs. Grady and daughter, Minnie. Mrs. Grady is named as guardian of the daughter and joint administrator with John Riffe. The instrument is   dated June 29, 1896.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, July 28, 1896

Grady, John D. Passenger Train Jumped Track

Glencoe, Ky., April 17

A passenger train jumped the track north of Elliston, derailing the entire train. John D. Grady, engineer, was killed, Harry Dunaway, the fireman, was scalded and will die. Baggagemaster Bullock was cut on the head and face. C. E. Hull, chief mail clerk, was injured.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., April 20, 1906

Grady, Mrs. Dove Crushed to death

Mrs. Dove Grady, of Madison county, was crushed to death by part of the stable falling on her. She is survived by a husband, who is old and blind, an idiotic son and a crippled daughter.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, January 14, 1908

Grady, Mrs. Margaret Mrs. Margaret Grady.

She is Sixty Years Old, But Has Just Eloped for Her Fourth Matrimonial Venture.

Lexington, Ky., Sept. 15.—Mrs. Margaret Grady, of this city, 60 years of age, it develops, has run away to Cincinnati to be married to her fourth husband, who it is said, is only 30 years old, the reason of the runaway match was the fact that her son did not favor the nuptials.

Mrs. Grady’s fourth matrimonial venture is a Mr. James Cook, in the employ of the Continental Tobacco warehouse here. Her son, Policeman James Donahue, by her first husband, is 35 years old.

The couple left for Cincinnati Monday, and it is said they were married there that same day. They have not returned, and it is presumed that they are still there.

The bride was a Miss Margaret Lavin. She then became the wife of Jas. Donahue, and at his decease married Andy Lavin. He gave way at his death to Mike Grady, and now her fourth venture upon the matrimonial sea has been launched. She is a charming lady and conducts a thriving dry goods store in this city.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 24, 1901

Grady, Mrs. Mary Fatal Accident

Mrs. Mary Grady, of Richmond, fell from the second story of her residence Wednesday and received injuries from which she died. The funeral was held Thursday with services by Rev. W. B. Ryan. Mrs. Grady was the mother of the late John Grady, of this city.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Dec. 7, 1900

Grady, Samantha R. (Widow of John Grady)

Will Book 2, Page 225

Not dated

Recorded: October 15, 1897

RENUNCIATION OF WILL OF JOHN GRADY

Graeber, Mrs. Mary The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-17-1979
Graff, C. F. The Winchester Sun Sat., 5-3-1913
Gragg, Craig Near Pittsburgh, a small mining town in Laurel county, Craig Gragg, who recently returned from a two years term in the penitentiary, was shot and mortally wounded Friday night in a saloon row. Gragg died Saturday.

The Winchester Democrat; Wednesday, December 6, 1893

Gragg, daughter Bloomingdale

Died—on the 20th, the little daughter of Hubert Gragg.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, January 29, 1897

Gragg, Edward C. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-4-1949
Gragg, Hubert The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-9-1925
Gragg, John Dewey The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-17-1921
Gragg, Mrs. Ida Jay Brandenburg The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-24-1987
Gragg, Mrs. Lether M. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-17-1980
Gragg, Mrs. Mary Epperson The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-27, 2-28-1996
Gragg, Nellie Catherine The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-8, 2-9-1968
Gragg, Orban S. The Winchester Sun Thur., 4-30-1981
Gragg, Vernon D. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-26, 10-27-1965
Gragg, William P. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-19-1957
Graham, Alice Handsome girl suicides

Paducah, Ky., – After dressing herself to return to her home at Elizabethtown, Ill., Alice Graham, aged 18 years, stepped in front of a mirror and shot herself in the left breast, dying almost instantly. It is said she was disappointed in love and despondent because she had been separated from girl friends at school in Louisville, Ky. Miss Graham was an exceptionally handsome girl.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, April 21, 1908

Graham, Andrew Died—Prof. Andrew Graham, author of the famous system of shorthand which bears his name, died in New Jersey Saturday. He is the author of a number of works on phonography.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 22, 1894

Graham, C. S. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-28-1934
Graham, Cecil G. (Red) The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-9, 9-10-1970
Graham, Charles                      AA The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-26-1916
Graham, George The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-3, 11-4-1970
Graham, Gibson T. The Winchester Sun,   Tues., 1-4-1921
Graham, H. J. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-11-1928
Graham, Henry Ford The Winchester Sun Thur., 3-15, 3-16, 3-17-2007
Graham, Isaac Hollon The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-3, 2-4-1987
Graham, James William The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-6-1960
Graham, Jennie Death of John W. Bowren.

At this home at Clinton, Illinois, John W. Bowren died of grip complicated with typhoid pneumonia, aged sixty three years. He was a native of this city, a son of Alfred and Elizabeth Bowren. He was in business here for a while with his brother, A. F. Bowren, and during the war was in the Quartermaster’s Department with Buell’s army. In 1868 he went to Illinois where he has since resided with the exception of a short while in Arkansas. For a while he was in the grocery trade at Clinton and afterward in the shoe business.   Most the time, however, he was a clerk and bookkeeper. For many years he was City Clerk, Deputy County clerk, Township Collector and Assessor. He was a Republican for a long time but since the Greeley movement had been a Democrat. In 1872 he married Miss Jennie Graham, a daughter of Judge Graham, of Clinton.   She died a few months ago leaving two sons and two daughters. He leaves two sisters, Mrs. Fannie Magill, of Clinton, Mrs. C. P. Ford, of Kansas, and Henry Bowren, O’ Kenney, Ill. Mrs. Catherine Kohlhass, of this city, is a half sister; Mrs. Christopher Parrish was also a half sister. Mr. Bowren will be remembered by many of our older citizens.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday February 14, 1899.

Graham, Joe The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-3, 8-4-2010
Graham, John William (Deacon) The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-22-1989
Graham, Jud Goebel’s Undertaker Dead

Frankfort, Ky., March 7

Jud Graham, the veteran undertaker of this city died, aged 61. He had a carbuckle on his neck which developed into erysipelas. He had charge of the funeral of the late Senator Goebel, and took cold that day, which he thought to have contributed to his death.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., March 13, 1900

Graham, Kestner (K.P.) The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-14, 2-15-2003
Graham, Lloyd Thomas The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-4-1995
Graham, M. C. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-6-1922
Graham, Michael The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-2-2010
Graham, Mrs. Addie Died—At her home in Buckland, Ohio, June 7th, of lung trouble, Mrs. Addie Graham, wife of Beach Graham. Mrs. Graham resided in this city for a number of years and has many friends who will regret to learn of her death.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, June 14, 1893

Graham, Mrs. Aretta Newton The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-22, 3-23-1965
Graham, Mrs. Ben                   AA Fatally Wounded Wife

Fired Four Bullets Into The Woman’s Body

Lexington, Ky., June 16

Ben Graham, colored, of Frankfort, occupies a cell in the county jail, while his wife lies fatally wounded at the Good Samaritan hospital with four bullet wounds in her body.   Graham and his wife came to Lexington on a colored excursion, and while at the home of some friends at Peach Orchard, a colored suburb of this city, they became involved in a quarrel.   Graham drew his revolver and shot four times at his wife, one shot taking effect in the lung, two in the back and one in the shoulder. Graham was arrested and sent to jail.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., June 19, 1903

Graham, Mrs. Carrie B. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-23, 9-24-1983
Graham, Mrs. Dorothy Taulbee The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-14, 11-15, 11-16, 11-17-2007
Graham, Mrs. Flora Morley The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-10, 9-12, 9-13, 9-17-2005

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Sat., 9-10-2005

Graham, Mrs. Janice Myrle

Phillips

The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-19-2011
Graham, Mrs. Josie Lee The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-18, 2-19-1983
Graham, Mrs. Lula Glascock The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-29, 4-30-1985
Graham, Mrs. Margaret Ezel The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-12, 3-13-1993
Graham, Mrs. Minnie Eddie The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-11-1978
Graham, Mrs. Minnie Heath The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-27, 7-29-1963
Graham, Mrs. Minnie J. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-29, 7-30-1992
Graham, Mrs. Rosa Lee The Winchester Sun Tues., 4-7, 4-8-2009
Graham, Mrs. Willis Malory The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-12-1920
Graham, N. D. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-16-1922
Graham, Richard In the year 1785 Richard Graham patented 33,715 acres of land, lying on the waters of Kentucky and Red Rivers. In 1781 he sold 16,125 acres to John Holder, which left him 17, 690 acres undisposed of. Graham died, leaving three children, George, Catherine and George W., the last named being an infant. In 1823 John and Catherine, the two adults, appointed Hon. Chilton Allan their attorney in fact with power to sue and dispose of their undivided two-thirds interest in this land, which he did, reserving one-third in each deed that he made to purchasers. In the year 1854, George W. Graham (the infant), then of age, conveyed this one-third interest belonging to him to Chilton Allan. In 1858 Mr. Allan died, leaving a will in which he devised this one-third interest to his son, W. B. Allan, who died in 1862, leaving as his only heir Chilton Allan, then a small boy, who is now of age, asserting his claim to this land. About 800 acres of his one-third lies in Clark and the rest in Estill. W. D. Jackson, his attorney, will earnestly prosecute the claim, assisted by Col. Jas. Flanagan, of this place, and W. O. Dodd, of Louisville. The suit for possession will be brought in the United States Court.

The Clark County Democrat     Wed., 8-6-1879

Graham, Timothy The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-27-1999
Graham, Van Jr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-9-1923
Graham, Wellington Rodman

(Rod)

The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-14,, 11-15, 11-16-2000
Graham, Wendall H. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-19, 6-20-2000
Graham, Will The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-2-1925
Graham, William (Totay) The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-23-2004

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site 3-21-2004

Graham, William Edward The Winchester Sun   Fri. 9-27, 9-28-2002
Graham, William H. The Winchester Sun Tues., 2-11-1913
Graham, Wm. H. Died

Wm. H. Graham, County Judge of Fleming county, died at his home in Sherburne Friday of consumption, aged thirty-five years.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., March 4, 1902

Grainge, Mrs. Mary Blades The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-17-1931
Grainger, Charles F. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-14-1923
Grainger, Mrs. Evelyn Price The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-2-1923
Gramm, Mrs. Fannie B. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-17, 1-18, 1-20-1994
Gran, Adam Two Deaths from Heat at Louisville

Louisville, Ky., July 8. – Two deaths were reported Wednesday from the heat Tuesday night.   One of the victims was Adam Gran, a laborer, and Eli Burt, 80, a farmer, of Utica, Ind.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday July 9, 1897

Gran, Donald F. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-26, 4-27, 4-28-2004

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site 4-24-2004

Gran, Mrs. Edna Lucille The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-12-1989
Grandstaff, Laura The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-24, 8-26-1946
Grannis, Mrs. Bruce The Winchester Sun Sat., 12-4-1920
Grannon, Riley Brought home for burial

The body of Riley Grannon, the famous race horse man, who died out West, was brought home and buried in Paris Sunday.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, April 10, 1908

Grant, Ben                             AA A Paris special of Friday says: “At Brentsville a small negro settlement three miles from this town, last night. Ben Grant, colored, attempted to get on a mule. He had a tin bucket in his hand which scared the animal, and Grant was thrown on his head, breaking his neck.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, July 26, 1893

Grant, Frank The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-21-1913
Grant, H. B. The Winchester Sun Mon.   8-26-1912
Grant, Henry Died—At the home of his sister in Lexington, Thursday, after an illness of thirteen weeks. Henry Grant, aged seventy-seven years. The funeral was preached in that city by Rev. Mark Collis and the remains were brought to this city for interment, Rev W. S. Keene conducting the services at the grave. Mr. Grant lived in this city for many years and by industry and frugality built up a comfortable competence. He afterward bought a farm and lived on it for many years, but sold it and for a number of years had not been in any business. His wife, nee Miss Alexander, died many years ago, leaving one child, afterward Mrs. V. W. Bush. The latter left two children, the only direct heirs of Mr. Grant, Henry G. Bush, of this city and Mrs. Henry Woodford of Mt. Sterling.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, February 14, 1894

 

Will Book 2, Page 151

Dated: April 25, 1890

Recorded: February 26, 1894

 

Will of Henry Grant proved by oaths of J. M. Benton and A. H. Hampton. He leaves a house and lot in Lexington to his sister, Harriet Cook, and also $200 in cash per year to be increased if sickness, etc. renders it necessary. His grandchildren, Lelia Woodford and H. G. Bush, each get one-half the net income of the estate for life, the estate to pass absolutely to their heirs. Should either of the two die without issue the estate to go to the other. Two sections of land in Texas to be sold by the administrator, A. H. Hampton, who is named in the will. V. W. Bush, E. S. Jouett Sr. and J. N. Winn, appointed appraisers.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 2, 1894

 

County Court Items – H. C. Howell appointed under the will of Henry Grant, as trustee of Leila Woodford.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday July 30, 1897

 

Deed recorded

Among the deeds recorded at Lexington this week was one from A.H. Hampton as executor of Henry Grant, to Lewis Thurman, for $1,450, lot, located on Virginia Ave.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, August 20, 1909

Grant, J. W. Some Old Papers

We were recently shown several old accounts dated 1840. There was not so much difference in the prices of most things as one would think. Sugar was worth 9 cts. Per pound, chocolate 3 cts.; lead for rifle balls, 81/2 cts.; barlow knives, 10 cts., each; tar was 11 cts., a quart and whiskey 12 cts.; common blue calico, 15 cts. per yard.

These things were bought by J. W. Grant who ran a little store. His will was among the papers, in which he left everything to his wife, Hannah Grant, who lived to be one hundred and eight years old. A letter from Grant to his wife at a later day, congratulates her on the fact that he had secured a job in Grant county at ten dollars per month.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 18, 1898

Grant, James E. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-16-1931
Grant, Joe Didn’t Know It Was Loaded.

Williamsburg, Ky., Aug. 29.—News from twenty miles back in the mountains near Dishman, reached here of the accidental killing of 17 year-old Joe Grant, by Sol. Hubbs, his companion. The boys were preparing to leave home to enlist, and were examining a revolver. The weapon was not supposed to be loaded.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 5, 1899

Grant, John L. Died—Squire John L. Grant, who was a Magistrate for over forty years, died at Maysville last week. He was a relative of Gen. Grant.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, February 1, 1898

Grant, Kint The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-25-1917
Grant, M. F. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-5-1919
Grant, Mary On motion of James Grant who made oath thereto as the law directs Certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Mary Grant dec. giving security whereupon he together with John McDaniel entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $5000 conditioned   as the law directs.

Order Book 10; P. 285; February Court 1836

 

Ordered that William Ritchie, James R. Turnbull, James Skillman and Robert H. Didlake or any 3 of them being first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves if any and personal estate of Mary Grant dec. and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 10; P. 285; February Court 1836

Grant, Mrs. Anna Margaret The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-8-1985
Grant, Mrs. Ethel M. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-28-1986
Grant, Mrs. Florence Rayborn The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-25, 7-26-1956
Grant, Mrs. H. H. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-12-1924
Grant, Mrs. Julia The Latest News

Mrs. Gen. U. S. Grant, is dead.

The Winchester Sentinel   Wed., Dec. 17, 1902

Grant, Mrs. Mary Mitchell Rees The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-22, 10-23-2001
Grant, Mrs. Peggy The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-19-2008
Grant, Mrs. Sarah M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-28-1975
Grant, Mrs._____ A remarkable old lady

Mrs. Grant, an inmate of the Clark county poor-house, is something of a historical character. She is more than one hundred years of age, but is still very spry and active. Last Monday she walked from the poor-house to Winchester, a distance of seven miles, in an hour or two, and did not seem to be much fatigued by the exercise. That night she was showing some ladies and gentlemen how the Indians danced their war dances in the olden time, and is said to have moved around with a good deal of grace and agility. She was born in New Jersey, and was brought to this State when young, by her parents. She was subsequently captured by the Indians and retained for some time, but finally succeeded in making her escape. She cooked for General Harrison at Cincinnati when that city was scarcely as large as Winchester now is. She was also a chambermaid on the steamboat on which Andrew Jackson came up the Ohio river on his way to Washington to take his seat as President. She is indeed a remarkable old lady in a great many respects. Whether she is one of the “relatives” of U.S. Grant, deponent saith not, but if she is her relative has entirely neglected to provide for her.

The Clark County Democrat   Thursday, May 2, 1872

Grant, Patrick Patrick Grant, a well-known engineer on the K. C. was run over by a freight train at Covington Friday night, his body being ground and crushed beyond recognition.

The Democrat, February 17, 1892.

Grant, R. Michael (Bo) The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-16, 2-17-2001
Grant, Raymond Russell The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-5-1977
Grant, Rose The Winchester Sun Wed., 12-29-1920
Grant, Samuel P. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-4-1924
Grant, Ulysses S. The Latest News

Mrs. Gen. U. S. Grant, is dead.

The Winchester Sentinel   Wed., Dec. 17, 1902

Grant, W. T. Bequeathed A Fortune

Louisville, Ky., July 11

The will of W. T. Grant, a wealthy tobacco man, was probated Wednesday. The testator bequeaths $300,000 to the Louisville Presbyterian seminary. On the death of the widow all goes to the seminary.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., July 16, 1901

Grant, William Carl The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-28, 12-29-1961
Grant. H. H. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-31-1936
Grasse, Samuel P. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-2-1929
Graston, Crystal The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-3-1922
Gratts, Albert The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-2-1934
Gratts, Henry Male African American, he was a widower, Father-Ellic Gratts, Mother-Allie Harrison,

He was born in Clark County, KY, approximately 50 years old, he was a farmer, he died March 4, 1913, he was buried March 6, 1913.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate 6673, Volume 1913.

Gratts, Henry                           AA Male African American, he was a widower, Father-Ellic Gratts, Mother-Allie Harrison,

He was born in Clark County, KY, approximately 50 years old, he was a farmer, he died March 4, 1913, he was buried March 6, 1913.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate 6673, Volume 1913.

Gratts, Mrs. Annie                   AA Mrs. Annie Gratts, who has been on the sick list for some time, died last Monday morning and will be buried tomorrow at Pine Grove.

The Winchester Sentinel   Wed., Dec. 17, 1902

Gratz, Chester                         AA Negro killed

Not known whether it was an accident or murder – All parties are a bad lot

About 8:30 o’clock Sunday night a parcel of negroes were in the back room of Alice Skinner’s restaurant in Bucktown when the explosion of a pistol was heard and Chess Gratts fell with a bullet in his breast and died shortly after. The police were on hand in a short while and about two o’clock arrested Dock Rome and Spencer Turner, otherwise known as “Duck Fry,” and lodged them in jail. Neither would talk much, but each said the other did the shooting, which they said was accidental. It seems that Spencer Turner and Chess Gratts had taken a drunken white man home and on the way had relieved him of his pistol. They returned to the restaurant and it is claimed that Rome had the pistol in his hand and was snapping it when it exploded killing Gratts. All parties are bad niggers. The dead man had served one or more terms in the penitentiary. Rome has been there twice and when out of that institution spends more than half his time in jail. Turner is a graduate of the penitentiary. Mose Mitchell, who is mentioned as a witness has not been out of the State prison very long. The trial of the prisoners had not been fixed at the hour of going to press.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, November 2, 1909

 

Brought out for trial

Spencer Turner and Dock Rome were brought before Judge Evans Wednesday morning charged with the murder of Chester Gratz. Their examining trial was fixed for the following day and they were remanded to jail.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, November 5, 1909

 

Coroner’s inquest

Coroner Brinegar held an inquest Monday over the body of Chester Gratz, who was killed in Bucktown the previous night. The jury was composed of J.W. Lawrence, R.B. Swope, C.T. Hill, S.D. Humphries, W.M. Kirk and Roy E. Smith. The testimony was somewhat conflicting, but the verdict was that he came to his death from a shot through the body, that the shot was fired by Spencer Turner and that he is guilty of murder. While it did not come out in the evidence it is believed that Gratz and Turner robbed a drunken white man and fell out over a division of the spoils.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, November 5, 1909

 

Examining trial

Spencer Turner and Dock Rome were tried before Judge Evans Tuesday on the charge of killing Chester Gratz Sunday night. But little testimony was adduced to show that either one was guilty of murderous intent and if all the parties would tell the truth it would be shown that the killing was the result of an accidental discharge of the pistol in the hand of one or the other of the defendants. Judge Evans evidently did not think there was much in the case as he released Rome on his own bond and Turner on a nominal bond of $150.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, November 9, 1909

Gratz, Henry The Winchester Sun Sat., 3-8-1913
Gratz, Henry Howard The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-22-1913
Gratz, James The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-8-1943
Gratz, James The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-4-1946

Gratz, M. B.

The wife of Judge J. R. Morton will receive a large legacy from the estate of her deceased uncle, M. B. Gratz, of Woodford county.

The Democrat   Wednesday April 3, 1889

 

About five hundred persons attended the sale of stock, etc., of the late M. B. Gratz, held by his executors, on his farm in this county, last Friday. Horses averaged from $125 to $150; brood sows from $18.25 to $20; cows from $25 to $45; yearling calves, $16.25; sheep, $8.25 to $9.75; stock hogs, about 5 cents a pound; farm implements sold at good figures.—Versailles Sun

The Democrat   Wednesday, May 8, 1889

Gratz, Mrs. Anna                 AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-18-1920
Gratz, Mrs. Benj. The will of Mrs. Benj. Gratz was probated at Lexington Friday. It provides that each of her grandchildren (Crosbys) shall be given $16,000 each; $12,500 goes to Mrs. Annie Gratz Clay, also her home on North Mill street. The estate is valued at $150,000.

The Democrat, Wednesday, August 31, 1892

 

THE Gratz will case at Lexington in which Gen. Joe Shelby and the children of Admiral Crosby have been attempting to break the will of Mrs. Gratz, resulted in a verdict sustaining the will. Mrs. Thos. Clay, II is the favored beneficiary.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, March 19, 1895.

Gratz, Mrs. Carrie L. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-16, 5-29-1946
Gratz, Mrs. Rachel Smith The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-25-1954
Gratz, N. Warfield II The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-24-1980
Gratz, W. M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-24-1947
Gratz, W. M. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-22-1948
Gratz, William Byler The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-25-1948
Gratz, William T. The Winchester Sun Mon., 6-25-1951
Gratz, William T. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-5-1946
Gratz, William Tyler The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-25-1952
Gratz, William Tyler The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-25-1953
Gratz, William Tyler The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-25-1949
Graves, ______ (Granny) The Winchester News Sat., 2-10-1912
Graves, _______ The Sun Sentinel Thur., 2-9-1911
Graves, Abe                           AA Montgomery-At a colored picnic Abe Graves was shot and accidentally killed by a gun in the hands of Henry Thomas. Thomas was on horseback with the gun across his lap and Graves caught hold of the muzzle when it was discharged with fatal effect.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 9-11-1889

Graves, Albert M. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-25-1947
Graves, Arnett Arnett Was in Trouble

The Frankfort Capital thus illustrates the unreliable character of many of the “specials” in the daily papers:

“Arnett Graves, of somewhere, was a very ubiquitous and remarkable character on the second day of this week. A Maysville special day of this week. A Maysville special to the Louisville Times Monday announced that he had died of his wounds near Maysville. A telegram at the same time to the Associated Press said that Arnett Graves had died near Springdale, and a “special” to the Louisville Post on the same day said that Arnett Graves had disemboweled a man at Vanceburg and escaped to the mountains. Where there is so much smoke there must be some tobacco, and we feel certain that Arnett Graves was in some sort of trouble Monday.”

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 5, 1895

Graves, Arthur C. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-30-1954
Graves, Billy B. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-20, 1-21-1992
Graves, brothers Tom Graves, of Red Lick, got drunk in Richmond Monday and pistol in hand, defied the police. Chief Feeney got a shotgun and went after him. Graves refused to surrender and fired at the officer when the latter returned the compliment filling him with buckshot. Physicians say he will probably die. He comes from a bad family; one brother recently escaped from the Eddyville penitentiary and is supposed to be hiding near his old home. Several prisoners escaped from the penitentiary a few years ago, among them another brother of this man and after a running fight in a cornfield near Lexington, Graves was killed by Judge Steve Sharp.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 8, 1895

Graves, Cash The Innocent Suffer.

Judge Benton tells that the most painful duty he has had to perform was passing sentence on Cash Graves at Richmond last week after a jury had given him two years in the penitentiary for mule stealing. Graves is a man of some education and attainments and of splendid appearance. His career in Madison county as a free booter has been as thrilling as that of the James boys in Missouri. He is now sixty years old and his headquarters were originally out in the Red Lick country on the southern side of Madison county. More than a quarter of a century ago he was sent to the penitentiary from Madison county for killing a fellow man. Before his term expired he escaped from the penitentiary possibly at the time several desperate convicts escaped and when surrounded in a cornfield in Fayette county, fought with such desperation that several of their pursuers were killed, and all the convicts who were engaged in the fight were left dead on the ground. It is not believed that Cash Graves participated in that though one of his brothers was considered the leader of the convicts and was killed in the battle.

Cash Graves returned to his old haunts on Red Lick and married a young woman there about seven years ago. It was charged in the indictment under which he was tried at Richmond, that on the 4th of March, 1897, he stole a mule. The tracks of the mule were followed until they reached a creek near his house and then disappeared. His pursuers learned that he had crosses the Kentucky River at the mouth of Tates Creek, and the mule was, in October 1898 located near Shelbyville. It developed on the trial of the case that in the fall of 1896 and spring of 1897, Cash Graves had at his brother Tom’s, who then lived in Anderson county, quite a number of mules which he was selling out to the neighboring farmers.

Capt. J. J. Peel, a peace officer of Jessamine, undertook to run down Graves. At one time, in 1898, the officer came upon him near Clay City in Powell county and presenting a double barreled shot gun demanded that Graves throw up his hands, but Graves fell to the side of his horse fired a pistol shot at Peel and made his escape. A few nights later the officer fell in with Graves in the Big Hill country in Madison county at midnight recognized him and say that Graves was leading a horse that the officer had for several days ridden in his search for Graves. The officer again demanded his surrender, but again Graves got in the first shot and made his escape. He then went to Indiana and finally to southwestern Missouri. Now comes the pathetic part of the story. In 1897 Hugh Collier was elected Sheriff of Madison county. It is the boast and pride of the Sheriffs of that county that no man has ever successfully evaded them and Collier openly announced that he intended to capture Cash Graves. Two years ago Collier located Graves in Vernon, Missouri, procured a requisition for him and sent his brother R. W. Collier, to get him. When the Sheriff of the Missouri county was seen and requested to arrest Graves, he at first refused to do it, saying that Graves had lived in his county for three years, had led an exemplary life and was as good a citizen as the county contained. The Sheriff was finally induced to make the arrest. Graves’ wife and three young children were with him. He was brought to Richmond, but a citizen of Madison county, who had identified Graves in Missouri, was so impressed with the sincerity of his reformation that he signed his bail bond, and for two years. Graves has worked at the barrel factory at Richmond at two dollars a day and has not lost a single day. The officers of the Missouri county where he lived say that his life there for three years was above suspicion. The people of Richmond say that for the two years he has lived there his life has been perfect. When he came to the Courthouse to stand his trial, he was accompanied by his devoted wife and four small children, the oldest being twin boys six years of age. The proof against him was clear, but the jury gave him the minimum punishment, two years in the penitentiary. When the verdict was read the poor mother burst into tears and the little boys asked what had been done to their father, and they too cried: then the strong man, the criminal broke down, and when the Judge passed sentence on him there were no dry eyes in the court room.

It was the clearest case of the innocent suffering for the misdeeds of the wicked that had been witnessed in that court room, and the like of which the Judge hopes he will never see again.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 16, 1902

Graves, Catherine The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-2-1913
Graves, Della Mrs. Mattie Henry, of L & E Junction, was here Thursday to attend the burial of her sister, Miss Della Graves.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, June 7, 1910

Graves, Elkanah DIED-Elkanah Graves, of Scott county, aged 46 years, fell from his horse dead a few days ago.   Heart disease was the cause. He married Miss White, of near Pine Grove.   He was a son of Dr. J. C. Graves.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 5, 1895.

Graves, Frank K. The Winchester Sun     Wed., 2-18-1936
Graves, G. W. C. Died; Judge G. W. C. Graves, one of Fayette county’s oldest and best citizens, died Friday aged 86 years. He was magistrate for many years and also County Judge.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 15, 1894

Graves, G. Y. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-11-1967
Graves, George Acquitted Of Murder

Flemingsburg, Ky., Jan. 12

A jury in the circuit court here, after being out several hours, acquitted Charles Grayson of the murder of George Graves one year ago.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 16, 1900

Graves, George The Winchester Sun Sat., 3-1-1913
Graves, George Edward The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-30-1986
Graves, George O. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-27-1921
Graves, Grace Denise The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-13-2008
Graves, Grace M. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-4, 10-6-2003
Graves, Grace Ward Died away from home

Miss Grace Ward Graves, of Lexington, aged twenty-four years, died Saturday night at the home of her relative, M.D. Featheringill, of this county. The remains were taken to

Lexington for burial.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, February 9, 1909

 

Will probated

The will of Grace Ward Graves was probated at Lexington Saturday. It was dated in     the city last February. She leaves all her property, including an interest in the estate of        Dr. Graves, of Georgetown, to her cousin, Miss Carrie Featheringill, of this city, without any restrictions.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, October 5, 1909

Graves, Hannon Jacob (Pete) The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-3, 1-4-1997
Graves, Harry The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-8-1929
Graves, Henry Died At Mt. Sterling

Henry C. Graves, one of Montgomery county’s best and most highly esteemed citizens, died at his home near Howards Mill Sunday night, aged sixty-one years. He was working in a wheat field about two weeks ago and was overcome by the heat. Acute kidney trouble developed from which death ensued.

The funeral services were held Monday by Rev. A. P. Finley, of Lexington, assisted by Revs. H. G. Turner and J. M. Fuqua, and the remains were buried in the Mt. Sterling cemetery. He leaves a wife and two daughters, one of the latter being Mrs. J. E. Grubbs, of this city.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., July 27, 1906

Graves, Jack Killed Husband

In Scott county Sunday morning Mrs. Ellen Graves rendered insane by the abuse of an intoxicated husband, went to the house of a neighbor where he was staying and shot him five times. Mrs. Graves refuses to make any statements.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., July 17, 1906

 

Was Acquitted

At Georgetown Thursday, Mrs. Ellen Graves was acquitted on the charge of murdering her husband, Jack Graves, at Stamping Ground.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Aug. 7, 1906

 

Burst Of Applause

When The Judge Acquitted The Wife Of Killing Her Husband

Georgetown, Ky.

During the examining trial of Mrs. Ellen Graves, charged with killing her husband, Squire Hamrick was introduced to show her purpose in hunting him was not murder. He said she had asked him to help her search and he had gone to the saloon at her request. Vic James testified that the husband knocked defendant down a year ago. ` When County Judge Yates in an opinion full of pathos dismissed the defendant for lack of proof, the large audieance burst into applause which the officers could not subdue.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Aug. 10, 1906

Graves, Jacob H. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-5, 9-16-1942
Graves, Jacobs H. The Winchester Sun,   Mon., 2-14-1921
Graves, Joe E. Dr. Joe E. Graves, a former well known Lexington citizen died at Big Stone Gap last week.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, February 18, 1891

Graves, John After Many Years.

A dozen or more years ago, A. L. Kirby shot and killed a man named Graves in Madison county, and fled without being arrested. He went to Fresno, California, and under the name of Green, became a prosperous farmer. His arrest and detention were brought about in a peculiar manner. He has a sixteen-year-old daughter, and a Jap, whom he had employed as a foreman, committed an outrage upon her, for which he was arrested. In some manner, it seems, the Jap had become acquainted with Green’s or Kirby’s former residence in Kentucky and the crime with which he was charged, and he soon let his former employer know that if he was prosecuted for rape, he would inform the authorities of his crime in Kentucky. Kirby did not listen to the Jap’s proposition, and the latter carried out his threat, with the result that the authorities communicated with Sheriff Colyer and found that Kirby was really wanted there for murder. The Jap was recently sentenced to the California State prison for his crime, and Kirby is in jail awaiting extradition.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, September 13, 1901.

 

After Many Years

A.L. Kirby, charged with killing John Graves, in Madison county, twelve years ago, was acquitted at Richmond. After the killing Kirby changed his name and went west where he married and grew rich. He was discovered by accident last summer and brought back.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Dec. 10, 1901

Graves, John A Fatal Fight

Mt. Vernon, Ky., Sept. 23

At Blue Springs, this county, where a Baptist association is holding meetings, Mitchell Norton and John Graves, two prominent farmers, met and a diffficulty ensued. Norton received a scalp wound from Graves’ pistol and will probably lose an eye from powder burns. Graves was shot through the kidneys, and was cut three times in the back, one of the cuts penetrating the lungs. Graves will die.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Sept. 26, 1902

Graves, John C. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-15-1916
Graves, Joseph C. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-4-1960
Graves, Julia Owings The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-5, 3-6-1970
Graves, Leslie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-27-1954
Graves, Living Living Graves died last week in Missouri. He was a native of Central Kentucky and besides the peculiarity of his name, he is said to have been the only foot soldier who joined the Southern army during Bragg’s invasion of the State.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 7-4-1888

Graves, Lonnie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-16-1962
Graves, Mattie Mattie Graves was stabbed to death by her lover at Huntington, W. Va., Thursday.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 11, 1893.

Graves, Minnie Sue The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-26, 9-27-1934
Graves, Mrs. Anna Hogan The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-20-1975
Graves, Mrs. Blanche Walker The Winchester Sun Sat., 6-9-1951
Graves, Mrs. Evelyn C. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-21, 1-22, 1-23, 1-24-2008
Graves, Mrs. Fannie H. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-25-1940
Graves, Mrs. Flora Mae The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-18, 7-19-1996
Graves, Mrs. H. C. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-23-1929
Graves, Mrs. Jane R. Death Of Mrs. Graves

Mrs. Jane R. Graves died at her residence on the Lexington pike Wednesday at an advanced age. The funeral will be preached this morning at ten o’clock by Rev. John S. Shouse at the residence and the remains will be buried in the Lexington cemetery.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Jan. 2, 1903

 

Will Probated.

The will of Mrs. Jane Graves was probated in the Fayette County Court Monday. She left her property in equal portions to her three children. Jake Graves, Mrs. Lizzie Gay and Mrs. Hallie Wilson.   Jake Graves was appointed executor without bond.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, January 16, 1903.

 

Large Estate

The inventory and appraisement of the estate of Mrs. Jane Graves was filed in the Lexington County Court Saturday. Her personal estate amounted to over one hundred thousand dollars.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 27, 1903

 

Will Case Settled

Mrs. Jane Graves, widow of the late Ben Graves, died leaving an estate of about $175,000 and four direct heirs, Jake Graves, Mrs. Lizzie Gay, Mrs. Hallie Willson, and Ben D. Goff, a grandson. In her will Mrs. Graves cut out Mr. Goff upon the ground that he had received a larger proportion of his grandfather’s estate than the other grandchildren.   Suit was filed by Mr. Goff contesting the will and the case was to have been tried at Lexington this week.   On Tuesday a compromise was effected which is satisfactory to Mr. Goff and there will be no further proceedings.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Oct. 20, 1904

Graves, Mrs. Jennie

McKenney

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-31-1928
Graves, Mrs. Kate The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-16-1929
Graves, Mrs. Lou Died

Mrs. Lou Graves died at St. Joseph’s hospital, Lexington, of pneumonia Friday morning. She was originally Miss White, of Pine Grove, her husband, Elkannah Graves, son of Dr. C. J. Graves, of Scott county, died about five years ago. She leaves two sons and three daughters.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., March 13, 1900

Graves, Mrs. Lucy Johnston The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-6-1990
Graves, Mrs. Martha S. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-11-1953
Graves, Mrs. Mary Jane

Osborn

The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-12-1932
Graves, Mrs. Nellie Jackson The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-29-1957
Graves, Mrs. Pattie E. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-31-1969
Graves, Mrs. Theodosia

French

The Winchester Sun Wed., 2-12, 2-13-1913
Graves, Mrs. Will Ella           AA The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-13, 7-14-1936
Graves, Omer The Winchester Sun   Sat 4-15-1922
Graves, Otho Deaths.

Otho Graves, of Louisville, died at his home in that city Wednesday night. He was formerly a prominent tobacco man and was well known here where he sometimes visited.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 17, 1902

Graves, Owen Frankfort, Ky., – In a head-on collision on East Main street hill between a street car and an interurban freight car Owen Graves, motorman, was fatally hurt, and many others less seriously injured.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, March 1, 1910

Graves, Richard Died—Judge Richard Graves, aged ninety-three, the oldest citizen of Woodford county, died suddenly at Versailles Saturday.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 19, 1895

Graves, Robert B. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-30-1922
Graves, Robert L. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-15, 3-16-1990
Graves, Rosalind L. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-12, 1-15, 1-16, 1-17-2004
Graves, Spencer The Winchester Sun     Sat., 9-17-1932
Graves, Sterling P. Died at Atlanta

Mr. Sterling P. Graves aged forty-six died at Atlanta, Ga., Friday. He has numerous relatives in this county and was an uncle of Miss Cornelia C. Page, of this city. The remains were buried in Lexington.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, June 30, 1908

Graves, Thomas Coleman The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-13-1922
Graves, Tom Tom Graves, of Red Lick, got drunk in Richmond Monday and pistol in hand, defied the police. Chief Feeney got a shotgun and went after him. Graves refused to surrender and fired at the officer when the latter returned the compliment filling him with buckshot. Physicians say he will probably die. He comes from a bad family; one brother recently escaped from the Eddyville penitentiary and is supposed to be hiding near his old home. Several prisoners escaped from the penitentiary a few years ago, among them another brother of this man and after a running fight in a cornfield near Lexington, Graves was killed by Judge Steve Sharp.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 8, 1895

Graves, Tom                            AA Tom Graves, colored, of Newcastle committed suicide by hanging on the 14th inst.   His mother promised him a whipping for lying but he managed to escape.

The Democrat, Wednesday, March 23, 1892.

Graves, W. H. The Winchester Sun     Fri., 9-16-1932
Graves, Wade The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-19-1931
Graves, William Accidentally Killed

William Graves of Fleming county, who was visiting relatives near Oil Springs, was killed Saturday evening by the accidental discharge of a shotgun while he was taking it out of a buggy in which he had been driving on a short hunting tour.   Death was instantaneous. Mr. Graves was about 21 years of age. He leaves a wife and one child.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Aug. 25, 1904

Graves, William T. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-10, 5-11-1978
Gravett, _________ Settlement with the guardian of John and James Gravett was produced in court and ordered to be filed until next court.

Order Book 12; P. 126; July Court 1848

 

Settlement with the guardian of John W. and James H. Gravett ……………

Order Book 12; P. 136; August Court 1848

Gravett, A. J. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-10-1937
Gravett, Abigale Age 2 years, female, she was single, she was born in Clark County, KY, her parents were James and Sarah Gravett, her parents were born in Clark County, KY, she lived in Clark County, KY, she died in Clark County, KY, she died September 8, 1874, she died of inflammation of the bowels.

CCKD

Gravett, Arthur The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-31, 2-1-1963
Gravett, Arthur M. The Winchester Sun   Tue., 3-11, 3-12-1975
Gravett, Bettie Allen The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-19-1942
Gravett, Cecil Lloyd The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-19, 3-20-1962
Gravett, Clarence The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-7-1980
Gravett, Clayton The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-15-1958
Gravett, Clyde The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-23, 6-24-1997
Gravett, Dewey J. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-22-1988
Gravett, Dewey L. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-18, 1-19-2001
Gravett, Donnie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-9-1945
Gravett, Earnest Lacy The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-16, 3-17-1982
Gravett, Edward McKenney The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-7, 10-8-1964
Gravett, Everett The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-24, 1-25-1966
Gravett, Everett Jr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-17, 11-18-1995
Gravett, George N. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-21-1940
Gravett, Gerwood Bruce The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-13-1976
Gravett, Howard D. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-12-2011
Gravett, I. D. The Winchester Sun Tues., 11-6-1917
Gravett, infant The Winchester Sun Sat., 7-5-1913
Gravett, infant son The Sun Sentinel Thur., 1-12-1911
Gravett, infant son The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-1-1950
Gravett, Isaac The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-6-1953
Gravett, Isaac The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-8, 6-9-1962
Gravett, J. C. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-2, 6-3-1970
Gravett, J. E. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-8, 1-9-1941
Gravett, Jesse L. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-24-1980
Gravett, John The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-3-1920
Gravett, John Thomas Jr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-24, 1-25-1969
Gravett, Mrs. Alma Hammons The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-5-1977
Gravett, Mrs. Bessie Robinson The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-13, 3-14-1950
Gravett, Mrs. Bettie Conkwright The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-9, 12-10-1982
Gravett, Mrs. Beulah Lisle The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-27, 7-28-2009
Gravett, Mrs. Cora Ecton The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-16, 4-17-1976
Gravett, Mrs. Elizabeth Rachel The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-29-1949
Gravett, Mrs. Ella Gilbert The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-27-1975
Gravett, Mrs. Emma Napier The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-9, 7-10-2002
Gravett, Mrs. Fanny Lee

Woodward

The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-29, 11-30-1978
Gravett, Mrs. I. Don The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-30, 5-3-1920
Gravett, Mrs. Lena Milton The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-6-1994
Gravett, Mrs. Lena Osborne The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-15-1980
Gravett, Mrs. Leona Jones The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-10-1997
Gravett, Mrs. Mary E. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-31-1983
Gravett, Mrs. N. W. Mrs. N. W. Gravett’s will probated and J. W. Tuttle qualified as executor with A. N. Bush, H. S. Meredith and N. C. Tuttle as appraisers.

The Clark County Democrat   Wed. 2-25-1880

Gravett, Mrs. Nancy B. Adams The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-7, 1-8-1959
Gravett, Mrs. Nannie Parker The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-18-1945
Gravett, Mrs. Nettie O. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-17, 12-18-1976
Gravett, Mrs. Opal Epperson The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-16-2011
Gravett, Mrs. Phyllis Perdue The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-20, 12-21-2006
Gravett, Mrs. Sarah Spout Springs Notes

Geo. and Morgan Gravitt and their wives, of near Ruckerville, attended the burial of there step-mother, Mrs. Allen Gravett, Sunday.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., May 14, 1901

 

Spout Springs Notes

Mrs. Sarah Gravett, wife of Allen Gravett, died at her home on Hardwick’s Creek, Saturday, aged about 44 years. Services by Rev. Clay, of Clay City, the remains were interred in the Well’s graveyard.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., May 14, 1901

Gravett, Mrs. Velma Daniel The Winchester Sun Wed., 4-8-1981
Gravett, Mrs. Zeporah Shearer The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-28-1955
Gravett, Nicholas Administrator of Nicholas Gravett decd. is appointed commissioner to make said conveyance of fifty acres of land to Fannie R. Moore and W. M. Pharris on behalf of the widow and heirs of the said Nicholas Gravett.

Order Book 16; P. 202; November Court 1875

 

The defendant W. M. Pharris administrator of Nicholas Gravitt decd. Filed an amended answer and petition.

Order Book 16; P. 275; May Court 1876

 

An affidavit of the defendant, the administrator of N. Gravitt decd. filed, also filed a petition.   Defendants, Nancy L. Gravitt and Henry Webber and wife filed an answer to petition filed July 7, 1876.

Order Book 16; P. 319; November Court 1876

Gravett, Russell D. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-19, 7-20-1978
Gravett, S. (William) Ordered that David Hampton Sheriff of Clarke county take into his possession the estate of (William) S. Gravett dec. and make sale on a credit of twelve months the perishable part of said estate the said Gravett having been more than three months since died intestate in Clarke County and no one having obtained letters of administration on his estate.

Order Book 10; P. 417; May Court 1838

Gravett, Sallie The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-7-1929
Gravett, Sylvan The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-12, 12-15-1980
Gravett, T. J. The Winchester Sun Mon., 4-14, 4-28-1913
Gravett, Thomas E. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-28, 3-13, 3-14, 3-15-2002
Gravett, Thomas Sr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-18-1950
Gravett, Toni The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-7-1987
Gravett, William J. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-26-1961
Gravett, Zaporah Lee The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-19-1942
Gravette, Edwin M. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-11-1926
Gravette, Mrs. Sarah Mildred The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-27-1929
Gravis, William Inventory and appraisal of the estate of William Gravis ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 4 P. 350-351 November 1809

Gravit, Susan Age 1, female, her parents were George and V. C. Gravit, she died June 16, 1854.

CCKD

Gravitt, _________

(Frank Bagley victim)

The Winchester Sun Wed., 6-18-1913
Gravitt, Allen The Sun Sentinel Thur., 11-30-1911
Gravitt, Edward L. The Winchester Sun Mon., 7-2, 7-3-1951
Gravitt, Elbert The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-1-1921
Gravitt, Elliott Baxter Died – Information has been received here of the death of Elliott Baxter Gravitt, which occurred last week at Ponce, Oklahoma. He was about thirty years of age and was a son of Jas. Gravitt, formerly of this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Oct. 8, 1901

Gravitt, Frank H. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-11-1957
Gravitt, G. S. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-9-1949
Gravitt, George The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-18-1917
Gravitt, George S. In Powell county, December 5th, of paralysis, George S. Gravitt, aged 79 years. His wife, who is three days younger, survives him. They had been married 53 years. He leaves six children, one in Iowa, one in Woodford county, this State, and the rest in Powell county. He was a son of Ellis Gravitt and lived here until 1862, when he moved to Estill county.   He married a Miss Gravitt, also of this county. They both joined Mt. Olive church more than forty years ago and have been consistent christians ever since. He came of a large family four of which survive him, viz: Jas. Gravitt and Mrs. Bettie Woosley, of Illinois, Mrs. Nancy Baxter, of Ruckerville, and Mrs. Catherine Brookshire of this city. All the family have died of paralysis except one sister, and a brother.   Nicholas Gravitt, who was murdered in 1871.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 18, 1894.

Gravitt, George S. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-9-1946
Gravitt, James Ishmael The Winchester Sun   Tue., 3-23, 3-24-1915
Gravitt, James N. Jim Gravitt dead

James N. Gravitt, formerly a Republican leader in this county, but who went West several years ago, died in Oklahoma November 23rd, aged fifty-eight years.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, December 7, 1906

Gravitt, John Revolutionary War Soldier

List of Revolutionary Soldiers Who Were Citizens Of Clark County, Kentucky

Compiled By Mrs. William D. Clark, Of Hart Chapter, D.A.R.

Chairman Of Revolutionary Soldiers Graves

Winchester, Clark County, Kentucky, Library

Research Room

Gravitt, Mary S. Died, Feb. 11th, of whooping cough, Mary S., infant daughter of William Gravitt and wife.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 2-20-1889

Gravitt, Mrs. Alfreda The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-18, 4-19-1997
Gravitt, Mrs. Annie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-21, 4-22, 4-23-1915
Gravitt, Mrs. Elizabeth The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-18-1929
Gravitt, Mrs. Elizabeth Turner The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-14-1954
Gravitt, Mrs. Ellen Death of Mrs. Gravitt.

Mrs. Ellen Gravitt, wife of I. Don Gravitt, died at her home near Bloomingdale Thursday after an illness of nine years. She was Miss Brandenburg before her marriage. She leaves a husband, one son and two daughters to mourn her death. The funeral was preached at Allensville Baptist church by Rev. Richard French and the remains were interred in the Gravitt family burying ground near by.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 25, 1898

 

Mooresville.

J. W. Watts and family attended the funeral of Mrs. Ellen Gravitt, who died at her home at Allansville last week.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, October 28, 1898

Gravitt, Mrs. George N. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-27-1931
Gravitt, Mrs. Ibbie Jane Mrs. Ibbie Jane Gravitt died at her home in Illinois, April 1st, of heart disease, aged 78 years. She was formerly Miss Goe, daughter of Nathan Goe, who formerly lived near Pilot View. Her husband, James Gravitt, and one daughter survives her. For more than forty years or more she was a member of Mt. Olive Baptist church of this county, and was a consistent Christian woman.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., April 25, 1899

Gravitt, Mrs. Jeff Bloomingdale

Died, Thursday, August 2d, of consumption, Mrs. Jeff Gravitt. She leaves four children. Burial in the Gravitt graveyard. She was a good christian woman. Her funeral was preached Sunday by Rev. T. C. Ecton.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., August 14, 1900

Gravitt, Mrs. Jeff Bloomingdale – Died, March 4th, Mrs. Jeff Gravitt, of consumption. She leaves a husband and three children, father and mother and three brothers to mourn her loss. She was a good Christian woman, a member of the Baptist church at this place. Her funeral was preached the following day by Rev. Turpin. She was laid to rest in the Gravitt graveyard. There was a very large attendance at the church. The family has our sympathy in their dark hours of trouble.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, March 15, 1910

Gravitt, Mrs. John Died-Thursday, of the ultimate effects of la grippe, Mrs. John Gravitt, of Allansville, aged about 65 years. Interment in the family graveyard and funeral by Rev. Richard French.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 6-15-1892

Gravitt, Mrs. Kitty Death of aged woman

Mrs. Kitty Gravitt died recently at her home on Hardwick’s creek, Powell county, aged ninety-two years. She was raised in this county, where she has a number of relatives.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, June 5, 1908

Gravitt, Mrs. Lula Death of Mrs. Gravitt

Mrs. Lula Gravitt, wife of T.J. Gravitt died Friday at her home near Allansville, of consumption, aged about thirty years. The funeral was preached at the Allansville Baptist church by Rev. J.T. Turpen and the remains were buried in the old Gravitt graveyard. Before her marriage she was Miss Hampton and besides her husband she leaves three little children. She was the third wife of Mr. Gravitt.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, March 8, 1910

Gravitt, Mrs. Mary Died

Friday, at her home at the Mouth of Howard’s Upper Creek, of consumption, Mrs. Mary Gravitt, wife of T. G. Gravitt. The remains were buried in the Old Gravitt graveyard near Allansville. She leaves a husband and four children.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., August 7, 1900

Gravitt, Mrs. Mary Bell Fugate The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-19, 10-20-1993
Gravitt, Mrs. Mary Katherine The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-8, 10-10-2011
Gravitt, Mrs. Mary Lee The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-19-1938
Gravitt, Mrs. Virginia Kathryn

Wireman

The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-17, 3-18-1998
Gravitt, N. N. Gravitt administrator vs. N. Gravitt & co.

Appearing that there now remains in the hands of the administrator W. M. Pharris the sum of….to James Gravitt…to B. A. Ogden as guardian…to Anna Weber…to Sally Gravitt wife of C. C. Todd…to Elias Gravitt…to …..

Order Book 19; P. 200; November Court 1885

Gravitt, Nannie W. Will Book 1, Page 357

Dated: October 15, 1879

Recorded: February 23, 1880

Gravitt, Nicholas James N. Gravitt & Co. vs. Ellis Gravitt

W. W. Pharris is appointed administrator of Nicholas Gravitt decd. in place of J. N. Tuttle…

Order Book 14; P. 508; November Court 1872

 

J. N. Gravitt vs. Nicholas Gravitt & Co.

Ordered that Lewis Adams be appointed guardian ad litem to Sallie Gravitt and Annie Webber.

Order Book 14; P. 514; November Court 1872

 

James N. Gravitt & Co. vs. Ellis Gravitt

…….Personal estate of intestate Nicholas Gravitt is sufficient to pay debts…

Order Book 14; P. 531; November Court 1872

Gravitt, Nicholas I. W. Oliver vs. N. Gravitt administrator

Plaintiff moved the court to submit this cause.

Order Book 17; P. 14; May Court 1878

 

I. W. Oliver vs. N. Gravitt administrator

…defendant filed exception….

Order Book 17; P. 44; May Court 1878

 

I. W. Oliver vs. N. Gravitt administrator

…plaintiff to pay commissioner G. B. Nelson….

Order Book 17; P. 55; May Court 1878

 

Isaac W. Oliver vs. Nicholas Gravitt administrator

…….Nicholas Gravitt administrator is ordered to pay….

Order Book 17; P. 125; November Court 1878

 

Nicholas Gravitt administrator vs. J. N. Gravitt & co.

…30 days allowed to file exceptions….

Order Book 17; P. 245; May Court 1879

 

N. Gravitt administrator vs. J. N. Gravitt & co.

Defendant J. W. Gravitt exceptions to special commissioner report filed.

Order Book 17; P. 258; November Court 1879

 

Nicholas Gravitt administrator vs. James N. Gravitt

Defendant swore to and filed an amended answer…

Order Book 17; P. 354; January Court 1880

 

Nicholas Gravitt administrator vs. J. N. Gravitt

Same vs. Gravitt and Ogden

Same vs. Gravitt and Rippy

J. N. Gravitt & co. vs. E. T. Gravitt

….four consolidated actions…..George B. Nelson special commissioner…..ascertain and report all such claims against the estate of Nicholas Gravitt deceased…..

Order Book 17; P. 357; January Court 1880

 

Nicholas Gravitt administrator vs. J. N. Gravitt & co.

….answer and crop petition filed….

Order Book 17; P. 360; January Court 1880

 

N. Gravitt administrator vs. J. W. Gravitt & co.

…special commissioner G. B. Nelson filed a report…

Order Book 17; P. 386; May Court 1880

 

Martha A. Rippy vs. James N. Gravitt

On the motion of plaintiff this action is dismissed agreed.

Order Book 17; P. 424; May Court 1880

 

J. N. Gravitt & co. vs. E. T. Gravitt & co.

….sum of $1200 is requisite to discharge the debts of the estate of N. Gravitt…..cause continued.

Order Book 17; P. 432; May Court 1880

 

J. N. Gravitt & co. vs. E. T. Gravitt & co.

Administrator files report.

Order Book 17; P. 484; November Court 1880

 

J. N. Gravitt & co. vs. E. T. Gravitt & co.

…….Administrator of Nicholas Gravitt having reported that Lizzie Ogden and Ellis T. Gravitt two of the five heirs of Nicholas Gravitt deceased had failed to comply….therefore ordered….

Order Book 17; P. 484; November Court 1880

 

James N. Gravitt & co. vs. Ellis T. Gravitt & co.

…….The administrator W. M. Pharis is authorized to withdraw the sale bond…commissioner to make deed.

Order Book 17; P. 559; May Court 1881

Gravitt, Omer Nelson The Sun Sentinel Thur., 1-19-1911
Gravitt, Ray B. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-26, 1-27-1996
Gravitt, Sheldon The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-28-1979
Gravitt, Stewart V. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-7-1943
Gravitt, Taylor Died—On the 29th inst., the infant son of James N. Gravitt.

The Clark County Democrat     Wed., 2-2-1881

Gravitt, William ….the identical land sold by John Gravitt …for the heirs of William Gravitt dec., to John Haggard in the life time of Nancy Brookshire the mother of the infant F. Brookshire, the said Nancy being a daughter of William Gravitt dec., …….this action being to pass the title of the infant according to the terms of the first sale. …. Now therefore it is ordered…….continued.

Order Book 8; P. 222; October Court 1854

Gravitt, William The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-19, 1-20, 1-29, 3-27-1916
Gravitt, Willie Irene The Winchester Sun Wed., 10-2-1912
Gravitte, Mrs. Jeff Tilden-Mrs. Jeff Gravitte died on the 23d inst., from a complication of troubles. She was a consistent member of the Christian church and had been from childhood. She leaves a husband and five small children to mourn her untimely departure, who have the sympathy of this entire community. Her funeral was preached on the 25th inst., by Eld. J. G. Adams at the residence of Mrs. John Gravitte, and her remains interred in the family burying ground.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 2-29-1888

Gravitte, Mrs. Nancy Log Lick-The personality of Mrs. Nancy Gravitte, deceased, was sold at public auction on the 13th inst., and brought good prices.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 12-18-1889

Grawe, Vincent D. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-1, 7-2-1998
Gray, Albert Gentry The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-3-1960
Gray, Atlas The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-23-1923
Gray, Aubrey Allen The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-30-2003
Gray, Banning The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-28-1922
Gray, Bettie “Aunt”               AA Aged colored woman dead

“Aunt” Bettie Gray, a highly respected colored woman died at her home on Highland street Friday.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, February 25, 1908

Gray, Beverly Alice The Winchester Sun,   Mon., 2-28-1921
Gray, Bob The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-7-1939
Gray, Bruce The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-17-1938
Gray, Burton                         AA Ordered that County Treasury pay W.M. Beckner Five dollars for coffin for Burton Gray negro pauper.

Order Book 16, Page 463, October Court 1874

Clark County Public Library, Microfilm

Gray, C. D. (Uncle Charlie) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-23, 10-24-1967
Gray, Cassandra The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-20-2002
Gray, Charles The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-8-1929
Gray, Charles The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-14, 3-15-1968
Gray, Charles Bailey The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-14-1999
Gray, Charles Jr. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-15-1920
Gray, Charles Lee The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-7-1934
Gray, Charles S. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-23-1925
Gray, Clarence The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-7-1988
Gray, Claudie B. Sr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-11-1980
Gray, Darrell The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-6-1976
Gray, David Died Of Hydrophobia

David Gray, aged seventeen years, who lived near College Hill, Madison county, was bitten some weeks ago by a rabid dog and died Saturday of hydrophobia.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., June 12, 1903

Gray, DeWitt The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-26-1922
Gray, Eddie L. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-6, 6-8, 6-9-2000
Gray, Edsel Franklin The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-29-1972
Gray, Edward                         AA The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-7-1917
Gray, Edward Allen The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-11-1972
Gray, Edward P. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-18-2004

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site 12-17-2004

Gray, Elizabeth Ann The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-2, 12-4-1939
Gray, Elmer Franklin The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-7-1999
Gray, Ernest R. The Winchester Sun Mon., 6-16-2008
Gray, Ethel At Oakland, Cal., Henry Williams, a Negro, aged 25, shot and killed Miss Ethel Gray, a white girl, and then killed himself. The girl was 22 years of age, a daughter of Mrs. Geo. Gray and was employed as a clerk. He is said to have been infatuated with the girl.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, March 1, 1898

Gray, George Held Without Bond

Paducah, Ky., Aug. 2

Eli Hutchinson charged with murdering his brother-in-law, George Gray several weeks ago, waived preliminary examination and was held without bond.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Aug. 8, 1902

 

Hutchinson Murder Trial.

The Widowed Sister Testified Against the Accused Man.

Paducah, Ky., Dec. 6.—A Strange scene was a widowed sister giving evidence in the circuit court against her brother that may send him to the gallows. The case was that of Eli Hutchinson charged with the murder of his brother-in-law, George Gray. Mrs. Gray gave damaging testimony against the defendant, stating that her husband said he pleaded with Hutchinson not to kill him. The murdered man’s 8-year-old daughter and 15-year-old son were the only eye witnesses. The daughter became frightened on the stand and had to be excused. The boy is making a good witness for the commonwealth.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 12, 1902

Gray, George The deadly kind

No wonder the people were anxious to vote whisky out of Mt. Sterling. Last Friday, George Gray, who lives in Bath, was given two drinks out of a bottle by a negro, as he was returning home from a circus at Mt. Sterling and died within an hour. – Cynthiana Democrat

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, September 28, 1906

Gray, George Russellville – The body of George Gray, who died suddenly at Dawson Springs, was brought to Auburn and interred in the Auburn cemetery. Funeral services at the grave were conducted by Rev. W.J. Haden, of the Presbyterian church. Mr. Gray left two children, Eustis Gray and Miss Stella Gray. He was 65 years old and formerly lived in Logan county.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, October 4, 1910

Gray, George                         AA Saved His Neck

Paducah, Ky., Sept. 8

“Spot” Fulk, a Negro, confessed in the circuit court that he killed George Gray, a Negro, last December. He was sentenced to serve a life term in the pen. He made the confession under promise that he would not be hanged.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Sept. 12, 1902

Gray, George S. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-26-1951
Gray, Harry Tilton The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-17, 1-18-1962
Gray, Henry A paragraph in the news, dispatches, noting the death of Gen. Henry Gray, of New Orleans says:   “He was one of the few survivors of the Confederate Congress.” We do not know how it may be in other States, but there are several survivors of that Congress still living in Kentucky. Judges H. W. Bruce and Theodore L. Barnett is very much alive in Louisville, as in State Senator Robert Brantley of Georgetown, and Hon. Willis B. Machen of Lyon. We have an impression that Gen. Thomas A. Harris of Oldham and Hon. W. E. Simms were also Confederate Congressman. There is not one among these gentleman who would not strenuously deny that he is a dead man, or even an elderly one, and long may they live and be happy-Frankfort Capital.

The Democrat, Wednesday, December 28, 1892.

Gray, Henry Shooting At Chilesburg

At Chilesburg yesterday morning Henry Gray and Lewis Skaggs quarreled over some coal and began shooting at each other. Gray was killed instantly and Skaggs, it is thought, was mortally wounded. Skaggs formerly lived in this city. Gray was a brother of Wesley Gray, who lives on Howard Hampton’s place near Hunt, this county.

The Sun Sentinel   Thur., Dec. 3, 1903

 

Failed To Indict

Lewis Skaggs, who recently shot and killed Henry Gray at Chilesburg and was himself seriously wounded, is able to be out again. His case was taken up by the Fayette county grand jury which failed to fine an indictment, it appearing that he acted in self-defense.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thursday Dec. 24, 1903

Gray, Henry                             AA

(aka Burton Gray)

 

The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-27-1928
Gray, Henry W. Henry W. Gray Dead

He Was One Of The Directors Of The Confederate Mint.

Louisville, Ky., July 20

When Henry W. Gray died Saturday night one more member of the government of the confederate states passed away. He was one of the directors of the confederate mint which issued confederate scrip. He lived to see the money which once came out under his direction worth 100 cents on the dollar decrease in value until it passed back and forth beyond the footlights as stage money. Gray was buried Monday morning. His six nephews were the pallbearers.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., July 24, 1903

Gray, infant son The Winchester Sun,   Mon., 2-28-1921
Gray, Isaac Montgomery The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-19-1932
Gray, J. Archer The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-16-1946
Gray, J. C. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-12-1934
Gray, James The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-20-1930
Gray, James Atwood The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-20-1938
Gray, James P. The Winchester Sun Fri., 12-3-1920
Gray, James R. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-1-1967
Gray, John Harrison The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-3, 12-4-1968
Gray, John R. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-11-1961
Gray, Lester The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-7-1934
Gray, Lindsay The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-21-1923
Gray, Lloyd The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-26-1998
Gray, Loraine The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-3-1916
Gray, Mack The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-15-1938
Gray, Margaret Quisenberry The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-1-2006
Gray, Mary Agnes The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-17-1958
Gray, Mary Helen The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-31, 9-2-1940
Gray, Minerva Crews The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-16-1946
Gray, Moses Died From His Injuries.

Lafayette, Ind., Dec. 13.—Moses Gray died from injuries sustained by the caving in of a gravel pit.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 16, 1898

Gray, Mrs. Annie McClain The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-6-1945
Gray, Mrs. Bertha Wright The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-17-1982
Gray, Mrs. Brenda Sue Hansel The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-7, 9-8-2000
Gray, Mrs. Cleona Durbin The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-4-1997
Gray, Mrs. Doris Urusla The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-9, 1-10-2006

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Sun., 1-8-2006

Gray, Mrs. Ethel Florence The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-27, 1-28-1978
Gray, Mrs. Frances Frogge The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-30-1929
Gray, Mrs. Jeanett Renaker The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-13-2002
Gray, Mrs. Kathleen L. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-5-1996
Gray, Mrs. Lillian McKinney The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-28-1997
Gray, Mrs. Maggie Frances The Winchester Sun     Fri., 2-2, 2-3-1990
Gray, Mrs. Margaret Johnson The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-15-1985
Gray, Mrs. Mayme Carroll Frankfort – Mrs. Mayme Carroll Gray, 78, niece of late Bishop William Carroll and Charles Carroll, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, died here. She was a member of a distinguished Baltimore family.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, August 2, 1910

Gray, Mrs. Millie Mae Epperson The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-5-1947
Gray, Mrs. Minda Radder The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-17, 8-18-1972
Gray, Mrs. Minerva Crews The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-17, 3-18-1944
Gray, Mrs. Minerva Williams The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-3-1929
Gray, Mrs. Minnie Howard The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-28, 3-30-1970
Gray, Mrs. Nancy The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-3-1928
Gray, Mrs. Nancy C. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-2-2002
Gray, Mrs. Ollie Florence The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-7-1976
Gray, Mrs. Sallie Markland The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-8-1962
Gray, Mrs. Sudie Johnson The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-11-2008
Gray, Mrs. Sue Morrison The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-18-2005

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Sat., 7-16-2005

Gray, Mrs. Virginia Sewell The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-10-1969
Gray, Nathan O. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-15-1934
Gray, Ollie Dying Man Confessed

Hopkinsville, Ky., Jan. 15

Ollie Gray, 30, died from a shotgun wound, self-inflicted, received several days ago and supposed to have been an accident. Just before death he confessed it was inflicted with suicidal intent.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Jan., 19, 1906

Gray, Ollie B. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-16-1923
Gray, Orvel The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-8-1994
Gray, Pearl L. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-2, 8-3-1957
Gray, Raymond C. Another Suicide

Raymond Gray a lawyer of Covington died yesterday morning from injuries inflicted several days ago with suicidal intent. He was well known here where he has frequently visited. His wife was a daughter of the late Chas. Eginton, of this city.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Sept. 16, 1902

 

Mr. F. H. Dudley went to Covington yesterday to attend the funeral of Raymond Gray, who died from self inflicted wounds Monday. Mr. Gray married a daughter of the late Charles Egington. She died many years ago.

The Winchester Sentinel   Wed., Sept. 17, 1902

 

Attorney Gray Dead

Covington, Ky., Sept. 16

Attorney Raymond Gray, who stabbed himself with a knife Thursday, died at 8:15 Monday at St. Elizabeth hospital. He became unconscious about 3 0’clock Monday morning and gradually grew weaker and weaker until he passed away.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Sept. 19, 1902

 

Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Dudley, attended the funeral of Raymond C. Gray in Covington on last Wednesday.   The death Of Mr. Gray leaves only one representative of the family of the late Charles Eginton, who was once so well known and beloved in this community, Mrs. Kate Eginton, widow of Thos. M. Eginton.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Sept. 19, 1902

Gray, Richard Henry The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-15-1932
Gray, Rodney                       AA At Paducah Thursday night Rodney Gray, a notorious negro tough and gambler was stabbed to death by five negro railroad employees. Gray snatched a sum of money from one of the men and attempted to run away. He was overtaken and literally beaten and butchered to death in a ravine near the city limits.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, July 26, 1893

Gray, Sam The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-31-1931, 1-1, 1-2, 1-4-1932
Gray, Sherman R. The Winchester Sun   Tue., 1-24, 1-25-1978
Gray, Thomas L. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-21-1998
Gray, Tyrone (Shorty Keg) The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-2-1999
Gray, W. C. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-15-1932
Gray, Walter Boy Suicides.

Walter Gray, eleven years old, was found hanging in a woodshed at Paris Tuesday Dead. His brother and sister found him in a stooped position with his feet touching the ground and a noose made of a buggy line tightly clutching his neck. No cause for the act can be found.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 18, 1902

Gray, William (Bill) The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-21, 2-22-1967
Gray, William H. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-30-1980
Gray, William L. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-17, 1-19-2004

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site 1-16-2004

Graybill, Mrs. Ann Pherigo The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-26, 3-27-1982
Graybill, Mrs. Sallie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-19, 9-20-1963
Graybill, Pollitt E. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-12-1977
Graybill, Robert E. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-3, 10-4-1969
Graycraft, Louise The Winchester Sun     Fri., 8-18-1933
Grayson, A. S. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-3-1920
Grayson, Courtney S. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-18, 3-20-1967
Grayson, John The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-9-1929
Grayson, Mrs. Carrie Aldridge The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-15-2006

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Tues., 3-14-2006

Grayson, Mrs. Catherine May The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-9-1955
Grayson, Mrs. Elizabeth M. H. Gardner appointed administrator of Mrs. Elizabeth Grayson with W. T. Gordon, R. D. Gordon and G. M. Quisenberry appraisers.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 1, 1894

Grayson, Mrs. Elizabeth J. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-8-1977
Grayson, Mrs. Katie Crouch The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-14-1945
Grayson, Mrs. Mamie The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-23-1939
Grayson, Mrs. Nancy Smoot The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-22, 8-23-1967
Grayson, Mrs. Nettie Dykes The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-11, 10-13-1969
Grayson, Newton Newton Grayson, aged 30, while crossing Licking river at Farmers, Rowan County, on horseback, was thrown by the animal, who kicked Grayson in the head, crushing his skull and causing instant death.

The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday, March 16, 1905

Grayson, Thomas The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-16-1961
Grayson, William R. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-24-1949
Greathouse, Clarence P. Kentuckian By Birth.

The Death of Gen. Clarence P. Greathouse at Victoria, B. C.—His Exciting Experiences in Corea.

Louisville, Ky., Nov. 17.—Clarence P. Greathouse, whose death was announced in Thursday’s Oriental advices from Victoria, B. C., was a Kentuckian by birth and lived in Versailles up to the time of his appointment as consul general at Yokohama during President Cleveland’s first administration. Greathouse’s relatives have as yet no news of his death further than that conveyed to them by Thursday’s press dispatch. They did not credit the report of Greathouse’s critical illness published in the newspapers three weeks ago because several times before dispatches from San Francisco have reported the death of Greathouse or his mother, who, a few days later, would cable that they were in good health.

During his service as consul general at Yokohama Mr. Greathouse had so greatly assisted Ni-Kung, the king of Corea, by giving him helpful advice, that the king urged him to accept the created office of “Ho-Pang,” which it is said, would correspond in civilized monarchies to the position of prime minister. Mr. Greathouse resigned his consulate in 1890 to accept the office tendered by the Corean king and went to Seoul to live.

His career in that country was one of constant excitement and many times his head was in great jeopardy. During the violent disturbances in Corea in 1894, which culminated in the assassination of the queen in her chamber in the palace by a mob, Mr. Greathouse was appointed to investigate the murder of the queen, it is said, caused the arrest of several of the murderers, who were adjudged guilty and beheaded.

“Gen.” Greathouse, as he was called by the king, was a strong factor in the development of Corea and the king is said to have been in hearty sympathy with the progressive views of his Yankee ally, favoring the building of railroads, the development of the mines, the opening of the ports to foreign commerce and the teaching of English in the Corean schools.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, November 17, 1899

Greathouse, H. H. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-8-1935
Greathouse, Ida The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-13-1923
Greathouse, Jessie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-29-1965
Greathouse, Milford The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-13-1923
Greathouse, Mrs. Ellen Buckley The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-5-1960
Greathouse, Mrs. Hazel G.

Adams

The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-31-1998
Greathouse, Vernon Lee The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-1-1965
Greathouse, W. W. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-10, 9-11-1969
Greathouse, William The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-13-1923
Greathouse, William Wesley The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-20-1931
Greayer, Mrs. Patricia A. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-5, 3-6-2008
Greayer, Stanley Bruce The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-19-1986
Gree, Wm. One Constable Dead, Another Wounded.

HENDERSON, Ky., April 15-near DeKoven, Union county, Wednesday evening James Green and Wm. Gree, a deputy constable, were shot dead and constable Wm. Beset severely wounded by Wm. Cody and Thomas Hite, who were under arrest for post office robbery. Cody and Hite escaped but were surrounded Wednesday night in a dense forest.   They are armed with rifles.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 16, 1897.

Greely, Martin Montgomery; Died—Martin Greely, of consumption aged 64

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 26, 1890

Green Virgie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-3-1925
Green, A. C. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-22, 4-23-1969
Green, A. J. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-4-1918
Green, Alex C. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-27-1931
Green, Allie Deaths

Allie Green, eight years old, daughter of John Green of near Boonesboro, died Sunday of typhoid fever. Burial this morning at the family graveyard of Theudas Dykes.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Nov. 10, 1903

Green, Allie M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-20-1938
Green, Allison Brooke The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-30-1997
Green, Anderson Bloomingdale; Anderson Green, who moved from here to Scott county several years ago, was found dead on the streets of Georgetown a few days since.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, November 15, 1895

Green, Anderson                   AA A pitched battle was fought at Watkinsville, Scott county, Saturday night by Ike Coleman and George and Charlie Vinegar. George Vinegar was killed, and Charlie Vinegar, Gus Clark, Henry Frazier and Anderson Green were fatally wounded. All colored.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 27, 1894

Green, Anna                           AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-18-1934
Green, Audley Killed Stepfather

A Slight Difficulty Cause Of Trouble Between The Men

Paris, Ky., June 27

Following a slight difficulty which was apparently satisfactorily settled Junius Throckmorton fired five shots into the body of Audley Green, his wife’s stepfather who stood talking to a friend at the bar of M. L. Woods’s saloon. All five shots entered Green’s body and struck fatal spots, and Green died where he fell, in front of the bar. The only warning said to have been given by Throckmorton when he opened fire was, ““You kicked me.”

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., June 29, 1906

 

Killed At Paris

At Paris Tuesday, Audley Green, aged nineteen years, was shot and instantly killed by Julian Throckmorton, aged thiety-five. The killing was almost without provocation.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., June 29, 1906

 

Held As A Witness

Bud Brink, of this city, was a witness in the case of Julian Throckmorton charged with the murder of Audley Green at Paris, and the court conceived the idea that Brink was trying to evade its process. He was arrested on a bench warrant and placed in jail in default of five hundred dollars bail.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., July 6, 1906

Green, Belva Died in Mississippi

A few days ago Belva Green died at Vaiden, Mississippi, and efforts were made to find   his people who were thought to be in Central Kentucky. It was ascertained that a brother, Walker Green, lives near Ford, this county, and another brother, James Green, lives at Mt. Sterling. The dead man left Kentucky about fifteen years ago and has since lived in Mississippi.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, January 18, 1910

Green, Bishop Roger The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-18-2001
Green, Blair The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-15-1928
Green, Blanton Resulted In A Shooting Affray

Paris, Ky., Feb. 7

In a shooting affray in front of Jack Green’s saloon Blanton Green, a brother of the saloon proprietor, was shot and probably fatally wounded by Edgar Sharen. All the parties were said to be drunk and a general row started in which it is said young Green’s father’s life was threatened by Sharen. No cause can found for the trouble, but it is said to be an old grudge between the principals.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Feb. 13, 1900

Green, Charles The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-8, 5-10-1913
Green, Charles The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-24-1916
Green, Chester The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-10, 2-11-1994
Green, child                           AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-19-1917
Green, Clarence The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-15-1913
Green, Clarence E. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-11-1936
Green, Clarence Edward         AA The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-8-1937
Green, Clay Hunt-Dead, of flux, on Monday the 3rd, Clay, son of Thomas Green, aged six months.   Mrs. Green and little daughter, Nellie, have also been down with the same disease.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 9-12-1888

Green, Clayburn Goodwin The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-22-1969
Green, Cleveland Died, March 26th, Cleveland Green, of pneumonia. His brother, John Green, died about a month ago of the same disease.   He was a son of Tuck Green. The interment was in the Adams grave yard.   The family have our sympathy in their sad hour of bereavement.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., March 30, 1906

 

Locknane

Cleveland Green, aged seventeen, the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Tuck Green, died at their home Monday of pneumonia and spinal trouble. Burial the following day in the family graveyard. Their oldest son died six weeks ago of the same disease.   The family have the sympathy of the community.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., April 6, 1906

Green, Clyde The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-22-1948
Green, Clyde The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-2, 8-3-2005

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Mon., 8-1-2005

Green, Concave (Uncle) The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-7-1914
Green, Connie Jane The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-15, 2-16, 2-18-1989
Green, Curtis Frank The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-4, 10-5-2011
Green, Dallas The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-11-1950
Green, daughter Mrs. Katie Green, of Louisville, beat her 10-year-old daughter over the head with a broom handle till the child died, because the little one had told her a story.

The Democrat, Wednesday, December 7, 1892.

Green, daughter                     AA The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-4-1922
Green, Ecton W. Sr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-30, 10-31-1995
Green, Eddie P. (Eck) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-7-1977
Green, Edmond Will Book 1, Page 42

Dated September 24, 1857

Recorded: January, 1858

Green, Edward The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-14-1914
Green, Elijah J. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-3-1923
Green, Elisha                         AA Rev. Elisha Green, for fifty years the most prominent colored Baptist preacher in Kentucky, died last week at his home in Maysville.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 8, 1893

Green, Elizabeth The Winchester Sun Tues., 11-26-1912
Green, Ernest The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-27, 7-9-1959
Green, Finley The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-6, 5-7-1969
Green, Forrest M. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-20-1987
Green, Frances The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-19-1926
Green, Francis Marion Death of F. M. Green

Francis Marion Green, editor of the Richmond Register, died quite suddenly at his home in Richmond Monday afternoon. He was a man of unblemished character and much learning. For a long time he had presided over the destinies of The Register and had seen it grow to be one of the most influential country papers of the State. He was a ready writer of pure thoughts. The Register has always been a clear, pure paper and will be the best monument to the memory of Mr. Green

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, October 25, 1895

Green, Frank The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-24-1932
Green, Frank The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-9, 6-10-1970
Green, Frank The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-14, 12-15-1973
Green, Frank                          AA Frank Green, a highly respected old colored citizen, died at his home on North Highland street, Sunday of heart disease.

The Winchester Sun-Sentinel Thursday, April 11, 1907

Green, French                         AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-21-1914
Green, French Jr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-16, 12-17-1977
Green, French Jr. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-3, 6-5-1998
Green, Garrett J. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-6-1982
Green, George E. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-28, 8-30-1976
Green, George F. George F. Green, died at Kalamazoo, Mich., aged sixty years. He invented the first self binder, first electric streetcar and pneumatic shutter for photographers. He was working on an electric device to take the place of trolley wires at the time of his death, and constant thought on the device probably accelerated his death.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 6-22-1892

Green, Gilbert The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-18-1915
Green, Grant Sr. Hon. Grant Green, Sr., died suddenly at Frankfort Wednesday, aged 71 years. He was Secretary of State under Gov. Powell in 1851 and in 1859 was elected State Auditor. He was the father of Grant Green, Jr., who several years since, was cashier of the Clay City Bank and well known to many of our people.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, July 12, 1898.

Green, H. L. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-27-1925
Green, H. M The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-25-1924
Green, Hager The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-24, 8-25-1960
Green, Harry William The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-30, 8-31-1946
Green, Hurley The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-24-1954
Green, Ike Two Men Sentenced

Lexington, Ky., March 7

Thornton Howard was sentenced to serve 12 years for manslaughter. He shot and killed Ike Green. On his own plea of guilty to the charge of forgery M. M. Saxton was sentenced to serve a term of five years.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., March 13, 1903

Green, Ina M. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-31-1980
Green, infant                           AA The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-15-1918
Green, infant daughter Died—On the 24th inst., infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Green, of Elkin, aged five months. The body was brought to the residence of John Green for interment. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved parents.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 2, 1894

Green, infant daughter Died-On Feb. 7th, the infant daughter of John Green, age about one year.

The Clark County Democrat     Wed., 2-9-1881

Green, infant daughter The infant daughter of John Green, who lives on the Ruckerville pike about three miles from town, died Wednesday evening. Burial at the family graveyard.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, September 13, 1895

Green, Irvin C. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-7, 6-8, 6-9-1994
Green, Irvine Irvine Green, of Madison county, died Thursday aged eight years. He was the father of Editor Green, of the Richmond Register.

The Democrat, Wednesday, May 4, 1892.

Green, J. R. (Jim Bob) Bloomingdale

Thomas Henry, James Osborne and Dallas Green, visited the latter’s father, J. R. Green, who has been in the asylum for 12 years.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Aug. 28, 1903

 

James Oliver and wife were at Lexington this week to see the latter’s father, Jim Bob Green. He has been in the insane asylum for a number of years and he is much improved and wants to come home.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, September 18, 1906

 

Ernest Green visited his father, J. R. Green, who is in the insane asylum at Lexington. It was thought he was a great deal better, but now he is very poorly again. Mr. Green was accompanied to Lexington by Clayton Gravitt, of this place.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, November 30, 1906

Green, Jake The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-10, 1-11-1997
Green, James One Constable Dead, Another Wounded.

HENDERSON, Ky., April 15-near DeKoven, Union county, Wednesday evening James Green and Wm. Gree, a deputy constable, were shot dead and constable Wm. Beset severely wounded by Wm. Cody and Thomas Hite, who were under arrest for post office robbery. Cody and Hite escaped but were surrounded Wednesday night in a dense forest.   They are armed with rifles.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 16, 1897.

Green, James Killed By A Train

James Green, a white laborer, in the employ of Mr. Dan Scott, of Pine Grove, was run over and instantly killed by C. & O. passenger train No. 25 in “Red Cut,” about three-quarters of a mile east of Lexington Monday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock.   When struck Green was lying with his head across the track, his face looking toward the sky, presumably asleep.   A broken whisky bottle by his side told the tale. Green was a married man and leaves a large family of children.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., July 14, 1904

Green, James The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-24-1923
Green, James                         AA A Strange Coincidence

A year of two ago the colored people of the city were startled and greatly alarmed by what was, to say the least, a very remarkable coincidence. James Green, a well-known member of one of the colored churches, was tried before an ecclesiastical tribunal on a charge of adultery. His guilt was clearly proved, and he made many promises of amendment, supplementing these avowals with the solemn wish that God should paralyze him the moment the offense should be repeated. By a strange coincidence his imprecation was literally fulfilled, and he was paralyzed. Since that time until his death, which occurred Sunday, he has been looked upon as a man who bore visible marks of the wrath of God. His wife obtained a divorce from him and he was shunned and feared by most of the colored population.

The Democrat, Wednesday, May 21, 1890

Green, James Elmer The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-4, 3-5-1986
Green, Jasper Theodore The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-7-1919
Green, Jeffrey Lee The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-13, 10-14-1970
Green, Jerry The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-21-1924
Green, Jesse Allen The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-20-1962
Green, Jesse W. The Winchester   Sun   Tues., 6-6-1933
Green, Jim Bob The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-25-1924
Green, John Locknane

John Greene died at his home Monday morning of pneumonia. His funeral was preached Tuesday morning at eleven o’clock at Ruckerville Christian Church by Rev. James Rash. Burial in the family graveyard. He leaves a wife and two little daughters and a host of friends to mourn his loss.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Feb. 16, 1906

 

Bloomingdale

Died, February 12th, John Green, of typhoid pneumonia, in the 39th year of his age. He leaves a wife and two children. His wife was Miss Ida Haggard. The funeral was preached at old Ruckerville church by Rev. James Rash, of Winchester, to a large crowd of people, and his remains were buried in the old Rucker graveyard at Ruckerville. Our sympathy goes out to the bereaved ones, especially his loving wife.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Feb. 23, 1906

 

Bloomingdale

Mrs. Ida Green, widow of John Green, deceased, has moved to her father’s, Jinks Haggard’s to live.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., March 2, 1906

Green, John Died—At his home on Jackson street Sunday, of flux, John Green, aged about sixty years. The remains were taken to Madison county, his former home, for interment.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, August 30, 1893

Green, John Died—Sunday night of typhoid fever John Green, aged 24 years. He was a son of Thos. Green, of Pinchem precinct. Burial at Dillard Ecton’s; funeral services by Rev. M. P. Lowery.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 10, 1894

Green, John Satisfactory proof was this day made in open court by the oaths of Samuel A. B. Woodford and John Green, that Elizabeth Green widow of John Green dec., and who was the identical Elizabeth Green who was a Revolutionary Pensioner and named in an original certificate of Pension sworn to the court and dated the 12th day of April 1850, died in Clark County Kentucky on the 2nd day of March 1834, having children to wit: Thomas C. Green, Edward Green, Burgess Green, Jesse P. Green and Susan Wight wife of Francis Wight.

Order Book 8; P. 21; April Court 1854

Green, John Richard Died—At his home near Forest Grove, Sunday, of typhoid fever, John Richard Green. The funeral was preached yesterday morning at the First Presbyterian Church by Rev. Jas. J. Chisholm. The remains were taken to Mt. Sterling for interment.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, January 29, 1895

Green, John W. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-4-1954
Green, Johnie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-29-1986
Green, Johnny The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-3-1955
Green, Johnny Berry The Winchester Sun Tues., 4-10, 4-11-2007
Green, Joseph The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-5, 3-6-1965
Green, L. M. Death of L. M. Green

L. M. Green died Tuesday evening at his home on West Broadway, of Pneumonia, aged sixty-eight years. Funeral at the family residence Wednesday afternoon by Rev. H. G. Henderson assisted by Rev. J. J. Chisholm, and burial in the cemetery.

Mr. Green was a native of Bath county and came here from Montgomery county about a quarter of a century ago. He was thrice married. His first wife was Miss Daniel, of Bath county; his second, Miss Lucy Jackson, of this county, and the third, who survives him, was Miss Dixie Kennedy, of Bourbon county. One daughter, Miss Mae Green, survives him. A son, Rush, died several years ago when about grown.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, February 18, 1898

 

Among those from elsewhere who attended the funeral of L. M. Green last week were, Dr. F. M. Green, Miss Cora Green and Lewis Green, of Lexington; J. H. Letton and wife, of Millersburg; Mrs. Emma Bybee, Mrs. Dr. Spratt, Mr. and Mrs. Hadden, and Lucien Green, of Montgomery county.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, February 22, 1898

 

Notice to Claimants

All persons having claims against the estate of L. M. Greene, (dec.,) will please present them for settlement, and all owing the estate will please settle within the next thirty days.

Mar.5, ’98     11-4t   May Greene

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 11, 1898

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, March 15, 1898

Green, Leonard The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-13-1926
Green, Leven E. Death of Hon. Leven E. Green.

Leitchfield, Ky., Sept.1.—A telegram has been received here announcing the death of Hon. Leven E. Green at Rockport, Ind. He represented Grayson county in the house of representatives in 1875, and was re-elected in 1877. In 1880 he was the greenback nominee for Congress against Hon. Proctor Knott.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 5, 1899

Green, Lewis Deaths

Lewis Green and his wife, who were 93 years old and who had been married 72 years, died near Middlesboro on the same day of old age.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Oct. 30, 1903

Green, Luther The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-26, 5-27-1966
Green, Maggie Curtis The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-2-1998
Green, Margie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-10, 3-11, 3-12, 3-13, 3-14, 3-15, 3-17, 3-18-2008
Green, Mary                         AA Mary Green, a colored woman living in Poynterville, was burned so severely Tuesday evening that she died the next day. She was washing and her clothing caught fire.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 2-20-1889

Green, Mildred Rainey The Winchester Sun   Tue., 9-5-1978
Green, Millie Lou Died—April 15th, Millie Lou Green, daughter of Tuck and Kate Green, aged eleven years. Funeral at the residence by Rev. M. P. Lowry and burial in the family burying ground.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 22, 1898

 

Bloomingdale

Died last Friday, of lock-jaw, little Millie Lou, daughter of Mr. Tuck Green. Her funeral was preached by Rev. Lowry and burial in Ruckerville graveyard.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 22, 1898

Green, Mollie                         AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-30-1922
Green, Mosher T. Mosher T. Green, president of the Chicago Lumber Co., Chicago, one of the largest concerns of the kind in the country, was drowned, together with his coachman, Soren Sorenson, at Highland park, a suburb summer resort.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, August 13, 1895

Green, Mr. _____ Reuben Green was killed by the cars near Lawrenceburg, Friday. Two weeks before his only brother met death the same way.

The Democrat, Wednesday, November 16, 1892.

Green, Mrs. Ann Ford

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Ogden, Sr., attended the funeral of Mr. Ogden’s sister, Mrs. Ann Green, at Winchester, Friday.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Nov. 2, 1905

Green, Mrs. Ann Guerrant The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-30, 3-31`-1972
Green, Mrs. Anna Abney The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-6-1989
Green, Mrs. Annie                 AA GEO. GREEN, a negro of Lexington, Friday morning shot and killed his father-in-law and then shot to death his wife. Green shot himself twice in the endeavor to commit suicide but did not succeed.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 11, 1895.

 

Green Will Hang

Lexington is to have another legal execution. The jury impaneled to try the case of the Commonwealth against George Green, colored, charged with shooting and killing his wife, Annie Green and her step-father, Henderson Wakes, brought in a verdict of murder in the first degree, and fixed Green’s punishment at death. The double murder   for which Green will hang was committed there last May. Annie Green was shot while lying in bed asleep in her step-father’s house and Henderson Wakes was killed while coming down stairs in his house to investigate the shooting that had killed his daughter. After the killing Green attempted to suicide by shooting himself in the head. The jury was out but six minutes.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 17, 1895

 

George Green, the negro who killed his wife and her stepfather at Lexington last May, was found guilty Wednesday and his punishment fixed at death.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 17, 1895

 

Henry Smith to Hang

The Lexington juries have decided to remove the stigma applied to Kentucky juries, that they dare not inflict the death penalty, about ten days ago after deliberating a few minutes, the jury decreed that Geo. Green should be hung for the murder of his wife and her step-father, Friday, in less time, a jury decreed that Henry Smith should be hung for a rape committed on Mrs. Hudson, an aged white woman. Both the condemned men are negroes and committed the crimes under circumstances of great brutality. N. A. Nichols, formerly of this county, was foreman of the latter jury.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 24, 1895

 

Will Appeal the Case

The attorneys for the negro Green recently sentenced to death in Lexington, made a motion for a new trial which was overruled. His attorneys, two colored lawyers, say they will carry the case to the Court of Appeals and afterward to the Superior Court of the United States.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, September 27, 1895

 

The Court of Appeals has reversed the case of the negro George Greene, of Lexington, who was sentenced to be hung Nov. 29th, for the murder of his wife and her stepfather. The higher court says incompetent testimony was allowed to be introduced and a new trial is ordered.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 6, 1895

 

The second trial of Geo. Green, the Lexington negro for killing his wife, Annie Green was finished Thursday. The first time he got a death sentence. The Court of Appeals reversed this and on the second trial he was sent to the pen for life.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, February 4, 1896

Green, Mrs. Annie Lee The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-17, 2-18-1967
Green, Mrs. Bessie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-13-1924
Green, Mrs. Bessie Brown The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-24-1975
Green, Mrs. Charity The Sun Sentinel Thur., 2-23-1911
Green, Mrs. Delia Ball The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-23-1977
Green, Mrs. Dell Gilbert The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-11, 10-12-1985
Green, Mrs. Delphia Taylor The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-13-1957
Green, Mrs. Edna Carroll The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-15, 2-16, 2-18-1989
Green, Mrs. Eliza Germantown

Mrs. Eliza Green, widow of Samuel Green, died Monday. The remains were buried in the Theudus Dykes graveyard Tuesday.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., Dec. 1, 1904

Green, Mrs. Eliza Bunch The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-16, 8-17-1950
Green, Mrs. Ella The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-8-1916
Green, Mrs. Ella The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-18-1957
Green, Mrs. Eva Ballard The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-11, 11-12-1996
Green, Mrs. Eva Childers The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-26, 2-27-1964
Green, Mrs. Frank Sr. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-28-1950
Green, Mrs. Hazel McCuddy The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-5-1979
Green, Mrs. Hulda The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-25-1934
Green, Mrs. Ida The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-31-1927
Green, Mrs. Ida Mae Gravett The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-23-1957
Green, Mrs. J. L. The Sun Sentinel Thur., 3-2-1911
Green, Mrs. Jas. Jr. DEATHS   Mrs. Jas. Green, Jr., a bride of a few months, who resided here until recently on Jackson street, died at the home of her father in Cincinnati this week. She was the wife of Jas. Green, who was in the employ of Conn Bros. For several years.   On the day of her death her brother, George Dunham, was badly hurt by the bursting of a saw in the mill in Cincinnati where he was at work.

The Democrat, Wednesday, December 2, 1891.

Green, Mrs. Jeanette Cheuvront The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-16-1992
Green, Mrs. Jennie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-5-1934
Green, Mrs. Jo Ann The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-26-1988
Green, Mrs. John                   AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-19-1940
Green, Mrs. John                   AA John Green, colored, of Georgetown cut his wife’s throat with a dull pocket knife about ten days ago and within a week had been tried for the murder and sentenced to be hung.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 9-18-1889

 

Gov. Buckner, at the request of Judge Morton and others, has respited John Green, colored, of Georgetown, who was sentenced to death for the murder of his wife, until Dec. 7th.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 11-20-1889

 

John Green, the colored man sentenced to be hanged for the murder of his wife at Georgetown, has been respited by the Governor until December 7th. He is thought to be of unsound mind.

The Winchester Democrat   Wednesday 11-20-1889

Green, Mrs. Joyce Brown The Winchester Sun     Mon., 2-26-1990
Green, Mrs. Katherine The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-2-1919
Green, Mrs. L. B. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-1-1956
Green, Mrs. Leatha Thomas The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-9, 10-10-1967
Green, Mrs. Lewis Deaths

Lewis Green and his wife, who were 93 years old and who had been married 72 years, died near Middlesboro on the same day of old age.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Oct. 30, 1903

Green, Mrs. Louisa Smith Death Of Mrs. Louisa S. Green

Frankfort, Ky., March 31

Mrs. Louisa Smith Green, aged 82, died Monday. She was the daughter of the late Bishop Smith, of the Episcopal church, and married Dr. Willis Green, who died several years ago.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., April 3, 1903

Green, Mrs. Lucy Catherine

Watts

The Winchester Sun     Tues., 8-23-1932
Green, Mrs. Lucy Walker The Winchester Sun   Tue., 3-28-1978
Green, Mrs. Marjorie A. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-19-1990
Green, Mrs. Martha BECKNERVILLE-Died, Monday Feb. 22d at her home near Boonesboro, of pneumonia. Mrs. Martha Green, aged 70 years.

The Winchester Democrat.   Tuesday, March 2, 1897.

Green, Mrs. Martin Died

Mrs. Martin Green died Sunday at her home near Red House, Madison county, aged ninety years. She has several grandchildren in this city.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., April 9, 1900

Green, Mrs. Martin He Killed His Wife

Middlesboro, Ky., Sept. 28

At Imlay, not far from the county seat of Harlan county, Ky., Martin Green shot and killed his wife after a quarrel. He was arrested. A lynching may follow.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Oct. 2, 1903

Green, Mrs. Mary The Winchester Sun Sat., 4-21-1951
Green, Mrs. Mary Mildred     AA The Winchester Sun,   Thurs., 4-14, 4-15-1921
Green, Mrs. Mary Walters The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-16-1974
Green, Mrs. Maude Ellen The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-13-1942
Green, Mrs. Maude Gullett The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-3-1993
Green, Mrs. Mildred Crews The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-2-1968
Green, Mrs. Myrtle The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-11, 4-13-1945
Green, Mrs. Nancy Died—Mrs. Nancy Green, of Richmond, died Thursday, aged 87 years. She was the mother of F. M. Green, who for a quarter of a century was editor and owner of the Richmond Register.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 17, 1898

Green, Mrs. Nannie Steele

(Mammie)

The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-7-1958
Green, Mrs. Ned The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-29-1928
Green, Mrs. Nell The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-4-1919
Green, Mrs. Nellie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-19-1983
Green, Mrs. Nellie Howard The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-17-1995
Green, Mrs. Neva Arrista The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-21-1960
Green, Mrs. Olivia Lewis The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-26, 1-29-1970
Green, Mrs. Pamela K.

Killingsworth

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-2-1998
Green, Mrs. Pauline Warner The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-15, 2-16-1966
Green, Mrs. Ruth The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-8-1950
Green, Mrs. Sallie Ellen The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-30-1995
Green, Mrs. Sarah Catherine

Crump

The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-31-1917
Green, Mrs. Sarah Holladay The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-14-2003
Green, Mrs. Sonja Durbin The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-13-1996
Green, Mrs. Susan Goodman The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-14-1933
Green, Mrs. Thomas M. Mrs. Thom. M. Green fell dead in Maysville, Monday.

The Clark County Democrat     Wed., 6-15-1881

Green, Mrs. Thomas Marshall The Winchester Sun Tues., 7-29-1913
Green, Mrs. Viola Ecton The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-2, 8-3-1982
Green, Mrs. W. M. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-12-1922
Green, Myrtlene Combs The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-20-2005

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Mon., 1-17-2005

Green, Newton Death of Newton Green

Newton Green, a prominent farmer of Montgomery county, died Thursday, aged about fifty years. He had represented the county in the legislature and has relatives in this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, September 14, 1909

Green, Norvin E. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-16-1960
Green, Oliver P. Death Of O. P. Green

Oliver P. Green died Thursday evening at his home on East Broadway, of pneumonia, aged thirty-three years. The funeral was preached Saturday at the residence by Eld. C. J. Armstrong and the remains were buried in the Winchester cemetery. He leaves a wife formerly Miss Jennie Gilligan, of Richmond, to whom he was married in 1897.

Mr. Green was one of our best citizens and leaves a host of friends to mourn his death.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Feb. 10, 1903

Green, Oscar Johnson The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-30, 8-31-1946
Green, Paul The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-23-1996
Green, Polly Will Book 1, Page 173

Dated: June 29, 1861

Recorded: November 26, 1866

Green, Polly Polly Green Committee Settlement

Heirs of Polly Green present…..final settlement…blank in final judgment at the May term 1867 be filled by W. L. Martin, surety for James M. Green…ordered filed away.

Order Book 13; P. 137; December Court 1867

Green, Prewitt The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-15, 2-16, 2-18-1989
Green, Price (Jack) The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-6, 9-7-1955

 

Card of Thanks

We wish to express our thanks and appreciation to those who were so kind and thoughtful during the illness and death of our husband and father, Price Green. We especially want to thank the nurses at the Clark County Hospital and Dr. Garland Clark for their services. Mrs. Price Green and Children.

THE WINCHESTER SUN. FRI. 9/16/1955

Green, Ralph The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-2-1952
Green, Reese The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-4-1938
Green, Reuben Reuben Green was killed by the cars near Lawrenceburg, Friday. Two weeks before his only brother met death the same way.

The Democrat, Wednesday, November 16, 1892.

Green, Reuben The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-11-1942
Green, Richard Deaths

Dr. Richard Green died at his home in Lexington Wednesday, aged sixty-three years. He was a brother of Mrs. Elizabeth Hadden, of this city.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Feb. 27, 1903

Green, Richard The Winchester Sun,   Wed., 3-23, 3-24, 3-25-1921
Green, Richard The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-12-1965
Green, Richard                       AA Accidentally killed

Richard Green, colored, was found dead at Richmond with a bullet through his heart. From indications it is believed that he stooped over and a pistol fell from his pocket and discharged killing him instantly.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, January 12, 1909

Green, Rosa Lee The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-26-1947
Green, Roxie Osborne The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-30, 5-31, 6-1-1991
Green, Roy The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-31-1976
Green, Roy Jr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-5-1976
Green, Russell                       AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-16-1926
Green, Sam L. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-2-1962
Green, Sammy Scott The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-8-1973
Green, Samuel Germantown

Samuel Green died at his home near Boonesborough Friday evening, and was buried in the Theodus Dykes burying ground Saturday. A wife and two sons survive him, Wilbur who lives at Boonesborough and James, at Mt. Sterling.

The Winchester Sentinel   Wed., Jan. 21, 1903

 

Deaths

Samuel Green died at his home near Boonesboro Friday and was buried the following day at the Theudas Dykes graveyard. He leaves a wife and two sons.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Jan. 23, 1903

Green, Sewell The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-3, 5-4-1976
Green, Silas DIED-Silas Green, an old and prominent businessman of Richmond, died Wednesday of pneumonia, aged 84 years.

Several years ago he invested $ 125,000 in Colorado silver mines, which never yielded him a cent, and he died comparatively a poor man. Other Richmond parties sank many thousands at the same time.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 12, 1895.

Green, Silas The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-14-1922
Green, Sim At Carlisle, George Green shot and mortally wounded his father, Sim Green. They were stripping tobacco and the son refused to work. The old man attempted to enforce his authority with a tobacco stick when the boy drew a pistol and shot him through the bowels.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, January 24, 1894

Green, son The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-20-1925
Green, Stephen Morris The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-17-1953
Green, Thomas Died In Illinois

Thomas Green, formerly of this county, died last week at Carlock, Illinois, where he has been living for some time, aged seventy-six years. He was a quite, good citizen and had many friends here who will learn of his death with regret.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri, March 13, 1903

Green, Thomas                       AA Brought Here For Burial

The remains of Thomas Green, colored, were brought here Saturday from St. Paul, Minnesota, for burial. He was raised here, but went north many years ago, and we understand had accumulated some property. The funeral held Saturday afternoon at St. Joseph’s Church by Rev. Father Ryan.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., May 30, 1899

Green, Thomas Allen The Winchester Sun   Thurs., 12-26-1918
Green, Thomas B. (Branch) The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-11-1964
Green, Thomas Jr.                   AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-20, 3-27-1915
Green, Thomas Marshal Death of Thos. M. Green.

Thomas Marshal Green, one of the best-known men in the state, politician, editor and newspaper correspondent, died in Danville Thursday evening at 6 o’clock of acute diabetes.

He was a frequent contributor to newspapers and it was over one of his articles that the duel occurred between him and State Senator Lew Baldwin on Main Street in Lexington several years ago, in which Baldwin was killed. He used a great deal of vituperative rhetoric and invective in his writings, and consequently trouble grew from them. He was Presidential Elector in 1857 and again in 1868. He was challenged while a student at Center College to a duel, which he readily accepted, being a man absolutely without fear. He chose bowie knives and his adversary thereupon withdrew his challenge. It will be recalled that he and the late Judge Thomas F. Hargis had trouble over an article Green published concerning his (Hargis’s) election to the Supreme bench of Kentucky.

He was a member of the famous class of 1855 of Center College, in which the following noted men graduated: W. C. P. Breckinridge, ex-Governor John Young Brown, ex-Governor Thom T. Crittenden, of Missouri, Boyd Winchester, Judge Thomas Z. Morrow and others. He had been in the Internal Revenue services for the past 11 years. He is survived by his widow, who was a Miss Craig, of Danville, and nine children. The deceased moved to Danville 12 years ago from Maysville.

The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday, April 14, 1904

Green, Tom The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-28-1923
Green, Tom                           AA The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-27-1938
Green, Tucker The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-28-1918
Green, Van The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-7-2000
Green, W. B. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-20-1916
Green, W. W. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-6-1930
Green, Warren Ex-Consul Green Dies In An Infirmary

Louisville, Ky., March 21

Warren Green, consul to Yokohama under Cleveland’s first administration, and son of the late President Green of the Western Union Telegraph Co., died Monday at the Norton infirmary in this city of pneumonia.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., March 28, 1899

 

Died

Gen. Warren Green, Of Louisville, son of the late Norvin Green of the Western Telegraph Company, died after a day’s illness Monday. He was at one time Consul General to Japan and one of the best known club men in the country. He was well known in this city, having visited his friend T. G. Stuart, at different times.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., March 24, 1899

Green, Warren The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-26, 2-28-1938
Green, Will                             AA The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-5-1923
Green, Will                             AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-17-1917
Green, Will (Willie)               AA The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-25, 10-16-1915
Green, William The Winchester Sun,   Mon., 5-9-1921
Green, William The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-25-1952
Green, William B. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-10-1948
Green, William Henry The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-11, 1-12, 1-24-1949
Green, William L. Age 1 year and 6 months, male, he was born in Clark County, KY, his parents were James and Frances Green, both parents were born in Clark County, KY, he died in Clark County, KY, May 1861 of an accidental death.

CCKD

Green, William Simpson The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-18-1947
Green, William Smith The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-30-1920
Green, William Smith The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-30-1943
Green, William Thomas The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-2-1967
Green, Willis Death Of Mrs. Louisa S. Green

Frankfort, Ky., March 31

Mrs. Louisa Smith Green, aged 82, died Monday. She was the daughter of the late Bishop Smith, of the Episcopal church, and married Dr. Willis Green, who died several years ago.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., April 3, 1903

Green. Mrs. Lou Died

Mrs. Lou Green, wife of James Robert Green, died at her home near Ruckerville Tuesday. Funeral at Allansville and burial in the family graveyard near Mt. Olive. Her husband has been an inmate in the lunatic asylum for several years. She leaves two daughters and three sons, the youngest child but eight years old. One sister, Mrs. W. M. Todd, also survives her. She was originally Miss Haggard, daughter of the late Garrett Haggard. She had for many years been a member of the Baptist Church and was a true, good woman.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Dec. 1, 1899

 

Bloomingdale

Rev. T. C. Ecton preached the funeral of Mrs. Lou Green to a large crowd Sunday.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Dec. 15, 1899

Greene William Rodger The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-8, 2-10-2001
Greene, Andrew B.               AA The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-12-1939
Greene, Carl Bush                 AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-13, 9-14-1938
Greene, Carl Grant The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-29-1992
Greene, Cephas The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-5-1959
Greene, David T. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-7, 8-9-1979
Greene, Edward Combs The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-20, 7-21-1959
Greene, Ernest L. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-15-1931
Greene, Francis Marion The Sun Sentinel Thur., 2-23-1911
Greene, Frank C. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-16, 10-17-1941
Greene, George Sidney The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-21-1942
Greene, George Washington The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-6-1939
Greene, Gus The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-20-1975
Greene, Harvey K. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-6-1928
Greene, Harvey M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-16-1996
Greene, Henry Malcolm The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-29-1994
Greene, Howard The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-6-1935
Greene, Jackie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-21-2007
Greene, Jeffery Howell The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-27, 10-29-2001
Greene, Joe The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-31-1934
Greene, John                         AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-24-1938
Greene, John Lindsay The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-27-1940
Greene, Joseph R. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-26-1990
Greene, Julia R. Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Thur., 1-5-2006
Greene, Leslie Clay The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-17, 5-18-1978
Greene, Letttie P. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-21-1986
Greene, Lula The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-30-1956
Greene, Matthew The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-20-1975
Greene, Millard S. (Todie) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-2-2010
Greene, Millisa Carrol The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-28-1988
Greene, Mrs. Allie Mae The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-1, 9-2-1999
Greene, Mrs. Amasetta Hoskins The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-23-1933
Greene, Mrs. Belle The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-29-1947
Greene, Mrs. Carolyn F.

Anderson

The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-7, 3-8, 3-9-2000
Greene, Mrs. Catherine The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-2-1928
Greene, Mrs. Edith Hogan The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-17, 2-18-1964
Greene, Mrs. Elizabeth Died from injuries

Mrs. Elizabeth Greene died at Mt. Sterling Friday as the result of injuries received in a fall several weeks ago which broke her hip and injured the spine. She was sixty-six years old and is survived by five children, among them Charles J. Green, foreman of the Advance-Sentinel at Jelico, Tenn. Mrs. Green was a sister of Mrs. John W. McClure, of this city. The funeral was held Saturday afternoon and those who attended from this city were Mr. and Mrs. John McClure, Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Loveland, Miss Elizabeth Skillman and Mr. Mark McClure.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, June 8, 1909

Greene, Mrs. Estella M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-12-1996
Greene, Mrs. F. M. Mrs. Dr. F. M. Greene, daughter of Mrs. Alpheus Lewis, died at her home in Fayette, Sunday.

The Clark County Democrat     Wed., 5-18-1881

Greene, Mrs. Flora Overstreet The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-24-1928
Greene, Mrs. Frances Gilbert The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-15-2010
Greene, Mrs. Gertrude D. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-4-1999
Greene, Mrs. Hannah L. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-5-1926
Greene, Mrs. Hattie T. McBee The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-15-1988
Greene, Mrs. Lilley Mae The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-15-1962
Greene, Mrs. Lillian Taylor The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-18-1955
Greene, Mrs. Louella The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-7-1991
Greene, Mrs. Lucy Died-At the residence of her husband, L. M. Greene, on the 11th inst., Mrs. Lucy Greene, (nee Jackson). Her funeral took place Sunday afternoon, at her late residence and her remains were buried in the cemetery at this place.

The Clark County Democrat     Wed., 9-15-1880

Greene, Mrs. Marcia Mack The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-19-1983
Greene, Mrs. Nannie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-23-1943
Greene, Mrs. Pauline S. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-11, 4-12-2005

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Sun., 4-10-2005

Greene, Mrs. Thomas Jealousy Causes Murder And Suicide

Furley, Kan., Dec. 30

Thomas Greene killed his wife Thursday and then shot himself. He will die. Jealously is the alleged cause.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 3, 1899

Greene, Mrs. Zantippie Locknane The Winchester Sun     Tues.,8-16-1932
Greene, Oscar W. Sr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-25, 11-26, 11-28, 11-29-1994
Greene, Peter The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-5-1917
Greene, Prewitt Ray The Winchester Sun   Thur., 11-13, 11-14-2003

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site 11-12-2003

Greene, Raymond B. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-20-2010
Greene, Richard Died

Richard Greene, aged seventy years, was found Saturday morning in the stable of his brother Sam Greene, in Mt. Sterling, in an unconscious condition, and died shortly afterward. He had taken an overdose of morphine, but not with suicidal intent.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., March 13, 1900

Greene, Richard Allen The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-23-1942
Greene, Robert The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-8-1993
Greene, Roy The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-5-1995
Greene, Rush C. OBITUARY

Rush C. Greene

Death, in whatever form it may come, always brings with it more or less of sadness, reminding us of our own mortality, and of the great debt which sooner or later, we shall be called upon to pay, each for himself, but this sadness is greatly enhanced in the case of one who, in the full flush of an early manhood, and in all vigor and promise incident to this period, with a prospect of great usefulness opening up before him, is suddenly called to pass away from the scenes and associations of earth. Thus. It is with feelings of no ordinary sorrow and regret that we are called upon to chronicle the early death of our friend, Rush C. Greene. It was writers privilege to know him somewhat intimately, and he can without flattery, bear the most unqualified testimony to the purity of heart, sincerity of purpose, fidelity as a friend, affection and kindness as a son and brother, and the constant and unflinching adherence to the principles of truth and virtue, which marked the character of this young man. These traits together with his pure and noble generosity made him the loved companion among those who were his associates, and now that we are called upon to mourn his loss, we feel that he passed away with the confidence and respect of all who knew him. But whilst it is a comfort to his surrounding friends thus to contemplate his character, they may be cheered and solaced most of all in the reflection that he died in the Christian faith, and, thus, while our grief at his loss is great, we “sorrow not as those who have no hope.” Having committed his soul to Him that judgeth righteously, he manifested no fear in meeting the “King of Terrors,” but came to his end calmly and peacefully after weeks of patient suffering.

Truly, “Death loves a shining mark.”

While we mourn his loss and cannot but grieve over his early death, we can emulate his virtues and take comfort from the hope of a blessed reunion in that land of peace and joy, where the wicked cease from troubling, and the weary be at rest.

A land upon whose blissful shore,

There rests no shadow, falls no stain;

Where those who meet shall part no more,

And those long parted meet again.

The Clark County Democrat     Wed., 1-7-1879

Greene, Theo G. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-22-1974
Greene, Thomas M. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-24-1916
Greene, Thomas M. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-5-1924
Greene, Timothy The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-22-1991
Greene, Tom M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-7-1923
Greene, W. W. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-23-1933
Greene, Warren Birch The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-20, 5-21-1976
Greene, Will                         AA The Winchester Sun   Thus., 9-22-1938
Greene, William Thomas The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-12-1949
Greene, Willie Clifton The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-9, 10-11-1968
Greenfield, Gerald The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-15-1965
Greenfield, Mrs. John Forty-Five Days Without Food

Benton, Ky., Feb. 11

For 45 days Mrs. John Greenfield, aged 46, near Hardin, lived without taking a bit of food of any kind. She died Thursday.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Feb. 14, 1899

Greenfield, Mrs. Yetta Schwartz The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-8-1947
Greenhow, Mrs. Pauline Hogan The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-21-1972
Greening, Cecil Ray The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-20, 11-22-1976
Greening, James Revolutionary War Soldier

List of Revolutionary Soldiers Who Were Citizens Of Clark County, Kentucky

Compiled By Mrs. William D. Clark, Of Hart Chapter, D.A.R.

Chairman Of Revolutionary Soldiers Graves

Winchester, Clark County, Kentucky, Library

Research Room

Greening, James On motion of Henry Greening who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of James Greening dec. giving security whereupon he together Greenberry Camplin and John B. Ryan entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $5000 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 10; P. 300; July Court 1836

 

Ordered that William R. Massie, Branch Tanner, Benjamin Miles and David Tanner or any 3 of them being first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves and personal estate of James Greening dec. and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 10; P. 300; July Court 1836

 

State of Kentucky

Clarke County set August Court 1836

Satisfactory proof was this day made in open court by the oaths of Samuel Hanson and Henry Greening that James Greening late a pensioner of the United States departed this life on the 5th day of June 1836 that the said James Greening was the identical person named in an original certificate now here shown to the court bearing date the 18th day of May 1833 and signed by Lewis Cass Secretary of War granting to the said James Greening a pension of twenty four dollars and forty four cents per annum and numbered 13551 and it was further proven to the satisfaction of the court that Sarah Greening is the widow of the said James Greening and that she is now living.

Order Book 10; P. 307; August Court 1836

 

On motion of Sarah Greening widow of James Greening dec. ordered that Thomas _, ____ ____, John Warren and William Tanner or any 2 of them being first sworn do allot unto said Sarah Greening her dower in the real estate of her dec. husband and make report to the court.

Order Book 10; P. 309; August Court 1836

 

Inventory and appraisement of the estate of James Greening dec. was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 311; August Court 1836

 

Amount of sales of the estate of James Greenings dec. was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 311; August Court 1836

 

Allotment of dower of Sally Greening was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 313; October Court 1836

 

Settlement with Henry Greening administrator of James Greening dec. was produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 373; October Court 1837

 

Settlement with Henry Greening administrator of the estate of James Greening dec. was produced in court and ordered to be laid over until next court.

Order Book 11; P. 110; December Court 1841

 

Settlement with Henry Greening administrator of the estate of James Greening dec. being filed at last court was again produced in court examined allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 11; P. 113; January Court 1842

Greening, John R. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-22-1959
Greening, Mrs. Effie Elizabeth The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-25-1954
Greening, Mrs. Nannie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-29-1941
Greening, Mrs. O. V. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-9, 6-10-1965
Greening, Mrs. Oneda S.

Berryman

The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-3, 3-4-1994
Greening, O. V. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-6-1973
Greening, Otis M. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-7, 2-8-1994
Greening, W. H. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-16-1973
Greenlaw, Mrs. A. E. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-1-1938
Greenleaf, May Jennings Madison—Died—At the residence of her parents, on Thursday, July 18th, May Jennings Greenleaf, daughter of John E. and Ida Greenleaf, aged three years.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 7-24-1889

Greenlee, Oliver The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-21-1946
Greenup, Edward A. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-4-2000
Greenup, Mary Alice The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-15-1996
Greenwade, John D. The Winchester Sun Sat., 6-29-1935
Greenwade, John P. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-7-1994
Greenwade, John P. Sr. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-12-1964
Greenwade, Mrs. Lena Belle The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-28, 3-29-1950
Greenwade, Thomas The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-24-1926
Greenwalde, Sam The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-27-1916
Greenwall, Robert Ridley Greenwall Killed.

Bardstown, Ky., Nov. 11.-News was received here Monday morning that Robert Ridley Greenwall was killed at Nelsonville in an altercation with a man named Vittitoe. It is said the killing was in self defense.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, November 14, 1902.

Greenwood, Thomas The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-10-1929
Greer Family A STRANGE fatality has pursued the Greer family, in Marshall county according to the Benton Tribune. On Saturday, December 24th, Christmas eve, Joe Greer was called from his door and shot by two unknown men. Twenty-seven years ago Geo. Greer, an elder brother, was killed on Christmas eve, which happened to fall on Saturday. Thirteen years before that, on Saturday, December 24th, James Greer, father of George and Joe, fell a victim to an assassin’s bullet.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 18, 1893.

Greer, _______ (Wild Kid)

 

Bloody Fight With Moonshiners.

MIDDLSBORO, Ky., Dec. 22.-Information reached here which states that revenue officers and moonshiners engaged in a battle in the wilds of Knox County, and three moonshiners-Jake Lambert, “Wild Kid” Greer and an unknown man-were killed and several of their companions wounded. No revenue officers were hurt. They were ambushed, but secured shelter in the underbrush and dislodged the enemy.   The fight lasted about 15 minutes.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 27, 1898.

Greer, Chad T. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-22-2002
Greer, Charles The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-23-1960
Greer, Dan The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-21-1933
Greer, Hugh B. Col. Greer Killed By A Train

Memphis, Tenn., April 29

Col. Hugh B. Greer a well known ex-confederate soldier who served through the civil war under Gen. Forrest’s command was accidentally run over and instantly killed by a Southern railway train at Buntyn station near here Friday.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., May 2, 1899

Greer, Jim The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-21-1933
Greer, John Jr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-21, 1-23-1935
Greer, John Tallman The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-30, 4-2, 4-6-2001
Greer, Mrs. Edna Garrison The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-24-1973
Greer, Mrs. Emma Edith The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-24-1993
Greer, Mrs. John The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-21, 1-23-1935
Greer, Mrs. Omega The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-27-1986
Greer, Otis L. (Leon) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-11, 8-12-2008
Greer, Willie C. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-9-2001
Gregg, Harry Weber The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-25-1940
Gregg, John DOWN at Delaware, Ky., last week John Gregg died after eating too heartily of mince pie at the county fair.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 16, 1894.

Gregg, Joseph The Winchester Sun     Mon., 8-14-1933
Gregg, Lindsay                    AA Two Negroes Killed By Lightning

Paris, Ky., Aug. 30

On the farm of Wm. P. Meleer, at Hutchinson, lightning killed Lindsay Gregg and Bob Buckner, both colored, while at work in a tobacco barn.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Sept. 4, 1900

Gregg, Mrs. Eva M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-30-1953
Gregg, Mrs. Henrietta B. Suicide of a Wealthy Widow

Mrs. Henrietta B. Gregg, a wealthy widow of Nicholasville, committed suicide Thursday night. She was found by her father-in-law hanging from the banisters of the second story. She was not dead when found, but the physicians were never able to restore consciousness and she died in a few hours. She was a resident of this city for several months last year, her son having attended Ky. Wesleyan College. The suicide was caused by a morbid fear that she was in danger of losing her property.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 14, 1895

Gregg, Mrs. Lula Woosley The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-24-1917
Gregg, Raymond The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-23-1948
Gregg, William The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-23-1924
Gregg, William F. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-26-1952
Gregger, Mrs. Rosa Lee The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-19, 9-20-1988
Gregorp, Parker The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-16-1914
Gregory Mrs. Margaret The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-2-1929
Gregory, _______ A, C, & O, FREIGHT east bound, was wrecked near Williams tunnel 20 miles this side of Ashland Saturday. The loss is $ 20,000. A coal miner named Gregory, who was stealing a ride, received fatal injuries.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 2, 1894.

Gregory, Bob Another Feudist Shot.

Bob Gregory, a member of the Griffin Faction, Killed in Clay County—the Slayers Celebrate.

London, Ky., Aug. 30.—Bob Gregory killed in Clay county, Sunday night, was buried Tuesday morning. Several men were engaged in the fight at Gregory’s house. Floyd Wolfe fired four shots at Gregory. Alex Fisher is alleged have fired the fatal shot. Gregory is a strong sympathizer of the Griffin faction and a brother to Ed Fisher, killed in the Philpot-Griffin battle, July 17.

Gregory’s body fell in his own house, torn nearly in two by bullets. The slayers are alleged to have procured two gallons of whisky and engaged in a drunken after the killing.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, September 5, 1899

Gregory, Dewey The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-21, 4-22-1994
Gregory, Emily L. Death of Prof. Gregory

New York, April 22.—Prof. Dr. Emily L. Gregory, head of the department of botany at Barnard college, died Wednesday of pneumonia. Dr. Gregory was a graduate of Cornell, received the degree of doctor of philosophy from the university of Zurich, and it was said of her by a famous German naturalist that “there was no better botanist in America.” She was the author of several text books on botany.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 23, 1897

Gregory, James H. (Jimmy) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-11, 2-12-2002
Gregory, James Parker Jr. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-14, 6-16-1986
Gregory, James, P. Sr. The Winchester Sun Wed., 2-11, 2-12-1981
Gregory, Lewis Somerset, Ky., – Deputy Sheriff Lewis Gregory, who was shot five times by Deputy Sheriff Clark in Wayne county, was brought to the Somerset hospital. Although five bullets are still in his body he may live. Clark was killed by Gregory.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, September 14, 1909

Gregory, Melvin The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-27-1924
Gregory, Mrs. __________ An Exciting Funeral

Elder W. H. Williams told us Monday of a rather weird occurance near Obion Church, in Graves county last week. Mrs. Gregory, an old lady of the neighborhood, died and her friends has gathered at the residence for the funeral. In the midst of the services the floor gave way, and the corpse and many of the company tumbled into a celler below the room. The coffin was turned over and the corpse fell face downward and many of the people were piled about it. Two women fainted, and one young lady said she thought they were all going to the devil. The excitement was so great that the funeral sermon was abandoned and the lady buried without further ceremony. Clinton Democrat

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., April 23, 1901

Gregory, Mrs. Emma Mrs. Emma Gregory

After an illness of several months died Monday – interment at Richmond Thursday

Mrs. Emma Goodloe Gregory died Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henry H. Hall, on Lexington Avenue, of Bright’s disease, aged sixty-eight years. She was a native of Madison county, a daughter of Octavius and Lizzie Duncan Goodloe, but spent much of her life in Danville. For the past year and a half she has lived with her daughter, Mrs. Hall. She leaves four children, William D. Gregory, of North Dakota; R. Parker Gregory, of Paint Lick; Mrs. W.A. Arnold, of Lancaster, and Mrs. Henry H. Hall, of this city. Her husband, James W. Gregory, died twenty-six years ago. Since early life she had been a member of the Christian church and although her health in late years prevented her from active participation in church work which always appealed to her, she was ever in sympathy with deserving charities, unswerving in her devotion and tenacious in her beliefs. She was charitable and generous in her appreciation of the efforts of others in the one great cause. This religious devotion extended to the sanctity of the home, and never was mother more devoted to family. She was gifted with rare intellectual powers and strength of character, yet gentle and kindly, with always a word of comfort for those in sorrow and suffering. Her demise will cause sorrow to a large circle of friends who extend sincere consolation to the bereaved relatives, and especially to Mrs. Hall, who has devoted herself unremittingly to her care during her long and protracted illness. Funeral services were held yesterday morning at the family residence by Eld. J.H. MacNeill and the remains were buried in the family lot in the Richmond cemetery. The following acted as pall bearers: D.L. Pendleton, J.M. Hodgkin, T.G. Barrow, W.M. Harding, H.B. Scrivener and G.G. Prewitt.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, January 1, 1909

Gregory, Mrs. Flora The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-29-1934
Gregory, Mrs. Hattie Mae

Cochran

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-1-1993
Gregory, Mrs. Livia Duncan

Goodloe

Mrs. Livia Duncan Goodloe Gregory died at her home near Richmond Sunday night. She was the grandmother of Mrs. R. M. Shaw, of this city, who attended the funeral.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Oct. 19, 1900

Gregory, Mrs. Wanda V.

Kirkwood

The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-28-1995
Gregory, Rice E. “A touching incident of canine devotion was witnessed at the funeral of the late Rice E. Gregory Friday afternoon,” says the Owensboro Enquirer. “His faithful old setter, the companion of so many excursions to the stubble fields and woods followed the long procession, remaining alongside the hearse, and at the church lying down beside the coffin. He would now and then walk from the coffin to the pew where the relatives sat and looked into their faces with a wistful gaze, then return to his place beside the dead. The incident was eloquently referred to by Rev. G. L. Morrill, and not one of the large audience witnessed with dry eyes the old dog’s devotion to his dead master and old friend.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, April 6, 1897

 

A touching incident of canine devotion was witnessed at the funeral of the late Rice E. Gregory, reports the Owensboro (Ky.) Herald. His faithful old setter, the companion of so many excursions to the stubble fields and woods, followed the long procession, remaining alongside the hearse, and at the church lying down beside the coffin. He would now and then walk from the coffin to the pew where the relatives sat and look into their faces with a wistful gaze, then return to his place beside the dead. The incident was eloquently referred to by Rev. G. L. Morrill, and not one of the large audience witnessed with dry eyes the old dog’s devotion to his dead master and friend.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday July 30, 1897

Gregory, Richard The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-8-1921
Gregory, Richard Parker The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-4, 10-5-1937
Gregory, Susan Adjudged a lunatic

Susan Gregory was tried before Judge Evans and a jury Saturday on a writ of lunacy. She was adjudged to be of unsound mind and was ordered to be taken to the asylum.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, January 28, 1908

Gregory, Thomas As a general rule, the delay of a criminal case works to the interest of the accused and against the Commonwealth, but in the case of Gilbert Woods last week the tables turned. Five years ago two rival merchants, Henry Woods and Thomas Gregory became involved in a difficulty, when Woods was killed by Gregory, who was tried and acquitted on the ground of self defense. Shortly after his acquittal, Gregory was on the streets of Manchester under the influence of whisky, and he was armed with a pistol and Winchester rifle. He said that he had killed Woods and was not afraid of any of the surviving members of that family. Gregory Woods aged twelve years, a son of the man killed, procured a pistol and killed Gregory. On account of the boy’s age sympathy was with young Woods and at his trial shortly after the killing, the jury stood eleven for acquittal and one for a short term in the penitentiary. The case was called last week and a jury from Owsley county summoned. A verdict was returned giving the boy a life sentence. He is now seventeen years old but is large for his age.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 15, 1893

Gregory, Thomas Died

At his home in Paris, Sunday, of consumption, Thomas Gregory. Mr. Gregory was well known where he resided for some time, and his many friends were pained to hear of his death.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Nov. 15, 1901

Gregory, Thos. Deaths

Thos, Gregory, aged about twenty-five years, died Wednesday of consumption at his home in Paris. He had numerous relatives in this city.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., May 5, 1903

Gregory, William The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-16-1928
Gregory, William D. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-19-1922
Grehan, B.N. Death of Prof. Grehan

Prof.B.N. Grehan died Thursday at his home in Lexington in the 83rd year of his age. He was a well known educator and at one time taught school in the county.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, September 25, 1906

Grehan, Edward H. The Winchester Sun   Tue., 10-12-1915
Grehan, Enoch The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-13-1937
Grehan, Mrs. B. N. Died

Mrs. B. N. Grehan, died at St. Joseph’s hospital at Lexington, Tuesday, aged sixty-five years.   She was the wife of B. N. Grehan, who at one time taught school in this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Nov. 29, 1901

Grehan, Robert Robert Grehan, a well known young farmer of Fayette county committed suicide Monday by taking carbolic acid. He was the son of Prof. B. N. Grehan, who formerly taught school in this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., April 21, 1899

 

Drank Carbolic Acid

Lexington, Ky., April 10

Despondent on account of continued sickness, Robert Grehan, aged 32 drank carbolic acid at St, Joseph’s hospital Monday night and died from its effects. The deceased was the oldest son of Prof. Grehan, a well known educator of this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., April 25, 1899

Greife, Charles The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-11-1929
Greife, Mrs. Charles The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-11-1929
Greiser, Kenneth Evers Jr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-16-1993
Grenston, James Elizabeth Grenston infant orphan of James Grenston decd. came into court and made choice of John Johnson as her guardian with Isaiah Bivion security.

Order Book 4; P. 445; January Court 1811

Gresham, boy The Court of Appeals has affirmed Judge Morrow’s decision in the case of the killing of the Gresham boy by the L. & N. at the Junction City crossing. It was claimed that the train did not stop before making the crossing, but the court holds that the stop is not for people to pass and the negligence does not make the company liable for damages to them.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, February 14, 1894

Gresham, W. R. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-2-1935
Gresham, Walter Q. Death of Secretary Gresham

Another change has taken place in President Cleveland’s Cabinet this time by the hand of death. Secretary of State, Walter Q. Gresham, died Monday after a short but severe illness. He was a remarkable man, and in turn belonged to different parties without losing consistency or respect. He was a member of President Arthur’s Cabinet as Postmaster General and Secretary of the Treasury. He was at various times spoken of as the Republican candidate for President and was offered the Presidential nomination later by the Populists, but declined. When Harrison was nominated he bolted and worked for Cleveland and was made Secretary of State, a position he filled with credit to himself and country. No official mention will be made as to his successor until the funeral ceremonies are concluded, but the papers seem to think the place will   be tendered to W. C. Whitney, Secretary of the Navy under Cleveland’s administration.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 31, 1895

Grevious, Mrs. Pattie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-17-1980
Grey, Annie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-4-1918
Gribbins, Mrs. Jessie Sprivey The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-11-1982
Gribbins, Raymond The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-3-1983
Gribbon, Mrs. Eliza The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-10, 8-11-1943
Grider, Mrs. Judith Emily Died

At College Hill, Madison county, Monday night, of cancer, Mrs. Judith Emily Grider, aged seventy-three years. She was the wife of Rev. Fred Grider, formerly pastor of Owen’s Chapel and was well known to many of our readers.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Feb. 6, 1900

Grider, William F. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-30-1935
Gridly, Mrs. Ella The Semi-Weekly Sun 9-15-1916
Griffen, infant daughter Died, last week of whooping cough, infant daughter of John Griffen. Burial in Ford cemetery.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., June 2, 1899

Griffet, Mrs. Bertie F. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-26, 3-27-1969
Griffeth, Douglas Jr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-23, 5-26-1983
Griffeth, Linda Fay The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-23-1961
Griffett, A. C. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-13-1985
Griffett, Daniel Ray The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-12-1966
Griffett, David Matthew The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-23-1971
Griffett, Gladys Jean (Lea Lea) The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-11, 10-12-1977
Griffett, James C. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-31-1985
Griffett, Mrs. Gladys Marie

Abner

The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-20, 4-24-2006

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Thur., 4-20-2006

Griffett, Mrs. Molly Marie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-21, 4-22-2000
Griffey, Carl The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-24-1992
Griffey, Ed. O. Murder And Suicide

Adairville, Ky., Jan. 5

In an altercation which occurred in Dr. Gays’ office Wednesday morning Dr. M. T. Gays shot and killed Ed O. Griffey, then turned and shot himself through the heart.   Both died instantly. They were prominent in social and commercial circles.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Jan. 9, 1900

Griffiet, Wilbum The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-25-1917
Griffieth, Callie Mae The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-8-1991
Griffieth, Pearley The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-22-1932
Griffin Feud Another Feudist Slain

London, Ky., Nov. 17

Willie Smith was killed in a feud fight with Beverly Jackson on Red Bird Creek. Smith was identified with the Griffin faction.   Jackson was seriously wounded.   The Griffin feud cases are in progress, with both factions on hand armed. Monday night the home of Tom Whitehead was fired on by a mob. He is a witness for the Griffins.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Nov. 21, 1899

 

Acquitted Of Murder

Manchester, Ky., Nov. 24

Bev. Jackson, charged with the murder of Willie Smith, was acquitted on his examining trial.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Nov. 28, 1899

Griffin, Ansil The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-13, 11-16-1929
Griffin, Clifton G. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-11-1973
Griffin, Earl The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-4-1922
Griffin, Eavre                         AA African American Male, Widower, 55 years old, Father- D. Griffin, Mother-unknown, Died of heart disease October 4, 1922, Buried October 4 1922.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate Number 21496, Volume 1922.

Griffin, G. G. Farmer Dies Suddenly.

HENDERSON, Ky., Oct. 14.-G. G. Griffin, a very prominent farmer of this county, aged 48 years, died suddenly at his home Thursday morning of heart disease.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 18, 1898.

Griffin, Gerald Robin The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-27, 5-28-2003
Griffin, Hugh Terrible Feud Outbreak.

Five Men Reported Killed in Clay county Ky.—War Between the Philpot and Morris Factions.

Louisville, Ky., July 18.—A special from London, Ky., tells of a report reaching here of the outbreak of another feud in Clay county by which five men lost their lives Monday.

The dead are said to be: Robert Philpot, Ed Fisher, Aaron Morris, Jim Griffin and Hugh Griffin.

These fatalities resulted from a pitched battle fought near Little Goose creek, three miles of Manchester.

The feud dates back nearly two years. On Christmas, 1897, James Philpot was killed by Aaron Morris, but before he died he shot and killed Wm. Bundy, a friend of Morris. The Morris and Griffins were closely affiliated. Since then the feuding between the two factions has been very bitter, and it has been aroused recently by the White-Baker hostilities.

The Philpots, who are the strongest faction in the mountain numbering about 750 voters, openly espoused the cause of the Bakers, White, the Griffins took sides with the Whites. The story that reaches here from Manchester is to the effect that Bob Philpot was arrested Monday morning by Deputy Sheriff Wash Thacker. While very circumstantial, in other respects the report does not show clearly the origin of the trouble nor give the reason for Philpot’s arrest.

It is said that while Thacker was taking Philpot’s bond, the latter was shot from behind by a member of a crowd that had gathered. This precipitated a general fight with Winchesters and revolvers, which was participated in by George, Granville, Robert and Peter Philpot and Ed Fisher on one side and Aaron Morris, Hugh, Jim and Green Griffin on the other.

The battle began about 9 o’clock and raged fiercely for ten or fifteen minutes. When it was over it was found that the five men mentioned above had been killed outright, three of the belligerents were seriously wounded, while Pete Philpot was the only one on either side to escape injury. Granville Philpot is said to be one of the most seriously wounded. He is a union veteran having lost a leg at Stone river. He is an ex-member of the Kentucky legislature and is said to have killed three or four men.

Ed Fisher, who is reported dead, was another man with several nicks in his cane. He was but 23 years old but was said to have killed three men. The story of this battle caused consternation here notwithstanding the fact that serious trouble has been expected to break out among the mountaineers of Clay county ever since the assassination of Tom Baker several weeks ago. An effort was at once begun to secure deputies to go to the seat of the trouble and attempt to restore quiet, but up to a late hour in the afternoon there had not been enough responses to make up a force that would command respect. The situation at Manchester is deplorable. Since morning the place has been in a state of terror, scarcely anyone daring to venture out of doors. Business is suspended and the residents are momentarily expecting a renewal of hostilities.

The entire county of Clay is filled with men mounted and armed. Other battles may occur at any moment.

A relative of the Philpots has just left here to join his family and swears vengeance.

London Depot, Ky., July 18.—Clay county has another killing for its annals. Dick Lovens’ body has been found three miles from Manchester. He was beaten to death in the night. When found his head was severed from his body and had been beaten to a pulp.

A 45-calibre revolver was found on the body. Having killed three men and injured several, he was probably killed by the friends on one of his victims. He leaves a widow and eight children.

An attempt has been made to kill Will Gray, near Manchester, Clay county. After three shots had passed through his clothes, one of them scraping his body, he escaped by running through a forest. Gray is one of the Baker’s friends.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 21, 1899

Griffin, James The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-4-1915
Griffin, Jim Terrible Feud Outbreak.

Five Men Reported Killed in Clay county Ky.—War Between the Philpot and Morris Factions.

Louisville, Ky., July 18.—A special from London, Ky., tells of a report reaching here of the outbreak of another feud in Clay county by which five men lost their lives Monday.

The dead are said to be: Robert Philpot, Ed Fisher, Aaron Morris, Jim Griffin and Hugh Griffin.

These fatalities resulted from a pitched battle fought near Little Goose creek, three miles of Manchester.

The feud dates back nearly two years. On Christmas, 1897, James Philpot was killed by Aaron Morris, but before he died he shot and killed Wm. Bundy, a friend of Morris. The Morris and Griffins were closely affiliated. Since then the feuding between the two factions has been very bitter, and it has been aroused recently by the White-Baker hostilities.

The Philpots, who are the strongest faction in the mountain numbering about 750 voters, openly espoused the cause of the Bakers, White, the Griffins took sides with the Whites. The story that reaches here from Manchester is to the effect that Bob Philpot was arrested Monday morning by Deputy Sheriff Wash Thacker. While very circumstantial, in other respects the report does not show clearly the origin of the trouble nor give the reason for Philpot’s arrest.

It is said that while Thacker was taking Philpot’s bond, the latter was shot from behind by a member of a crowd that had gathered. This precipitated a general fight with Winchesters and revolvers, which was participated in by George, Granville, Robert and Peter Philpot and Ed Fisher on one side and Aaron Morris, Hugh, Jim and Green Griffin on the other.

The battle began about 9 o’clock and raged fiercely for ten or fifteen minutes. When it was over it was found that the five men mentioned above had been killed outright, three of the belligerents were seriously wounded, while Pete Philpot was the only one on either side to escape injury. Granville Philpot is said to be one of the most seriously wounded. He is a union veteran having lost a leg at Stone river. He is an ex-member of the Kentucky legislature and is said to have killed three or four men.

Ed Fisher, who is reported dead, was another man with several nicks in his cane. He was but 23 years old but was said to have killed three men. The story of this battle caused consternation here notwithstanding the fact that serious trouble has been expected to break out among the mountaineers of Clay county ever since the assassination of Tom Baker several weeks ago. An effort was at once begun to secure deputies to go to the seat of the trouble and attempt to restore quiet, but up to a late hour in the afternoon there had not been enough responses to make up a force that would command respect. The situation at Manchester is deplorable. Since morning the place has been in a state of terror, scarcely anyone daring to venture out of doors. Business is suspended and the residents are momentarily expecting a renewal of hostilities.

The entire county of Clay is filled with men mounted and armed. Other battles may occur at any moment.

A relative of the Philpots has just left here to join his family and swears vengeance.

London Depot, Ky., July 18.—Clay county has another killing for its annals. Dick Lovens’ body has been found three miles from Manchester. He was beaten to death in the night. When found his head was severed from his body and had been beaten to a pulp.

A 45-calibre revolver was found on the body. Having killed three men and injured several, he was probably killed by the friends on one of his victims. He leaves a widow and eight children.

An attempt has been made to kill Will Gray, near Manchester, Clay county. After three shots had passed through his clothes, one of them scraping his body, he escaped by running through a forest. Gray is one of the Baker’s friends.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 21, 1899

Griffin, Luther Milton The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-24, 1-25-1977
Griffin, Millard Ray The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-25-1967
Griffin, Morris Morris Griffin, who died in the Lawrence county poorhouse last June, held insurance for $16,000.   It has been found and suit has been instituted in the Circuit Court to recover it.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Dec. 18, 1900

Griffin, Mrs. Chesney Horn The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-26-1965
Griffin, Mrs. George Fox Station

Mrs. Will Turley was called last week to see her sister, Mrs. Geo. Griffin, who was very ill and died, was buried at Mr. Robert Wade’s. Mrs. Griffin leaves a husband and four children.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, March 8, 1898

Griffin, Mrs. Lura Ritchie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-2-1949
Griffin, Mrs. Lydia Hatton The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-21, 3-22-1967
Griffin, Mrs. Martha The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-27-1913
Griffin, Mrs. Matilda E. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-13, 8-14-1964
Griffin, Mrs. Naomi Gum The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-27-2004
Griffin, Mrs. Sarah Poynter Death of Mrs. Griffin

Mrs. Sarah Poynter Griffin died Friday night at her home in Perryville, aged sixty-eight years. The remains were taken to Lexington for burial. She was a sister of J.W. Poynter, of this city. She had been a teacher for more than fifty years and at the time of her death was assistant principal of Elwood Academy.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, September 14, 1909

Griffin, Mrs. Shirley R. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-2, 7-3-2001
Griffin, Nelson L. Sr. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-18-2003
Griffin, Robert H. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-20-1934
Griffin, Ronald C. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-17, 4-19-1993
Griffin, Ruth                      AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-8-1921
Griffin, Shirley The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-5-1932
Griffin, Thomas Case reversed

Sometime ago W.D. McIntosh shot and killed Thomas Griffin in Estill county. McIntosh was tried and given fifteen years in the penitentiary. The Court of appeals this week reversed this decision and sent the case back for a new trial. McIntosh contended that he killed Griffin in defense of the former’s brother and the court says that if the appellant killed Griffin in defense of his brother he is excusable or not according as the brother would be if innocent or guilty had he committed the homicide.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, October 30, 1906

Griffin, William Killed By Falling Slate

Middlesboro, Ky., July 25

William Griffin was killed and two other men seriously hurt by falling slate in the coal mines of the Virginia Coal and Coke Co. at Stonega. Griffin leaves a wife and three children.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Aug., 1, 1899

Griffin, William The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-16-1946
Griffin, William K. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-29-1928
Griffing, Russell S. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-30-1929
Griffins, Mrs. Emma Lee The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-17-1995
Griffins, Mrs. Emma Morris The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-19-1951
Griffis, Curtis R. The Winchester Sun Fri., 7-27, 7-28-2007
Griffith Mrs. Eddie Mae The Winchester Sun Mon., 6-4, 6-5-2007
Griffith, A. F. Griffith

A.F. Griffith, aged 68, and a Union veteran, died at his home at Farmers on the 18th inst. He was a mason and deacon in the Baptist church. He leaves a wife and seven children to mourn his loss. The funeral and burial took place on the last Friday, services being conducted by Eld. A.L. Hackett of this county.

The Winchester Sun-Sentinel Thursday, July 25, 1907

Griffith, Ambrose Death Of Ambrose Griffith

Ambrose Griffith died at his home on Main street Tuesday night, aged fifty-eight years, after a lingering illness of kidney trouble and rheumatism. He was a native of Virginia and served during the war under Stonewall Jackson. His wife, formerly Miss Sarah Hogan, of this county, died a few years ago. He leaves one son, Chelsy and two daughters, Misses Maude and Pearl. He was a member of the local camp of Confederate Veterans, under whose auspices the burial took place yesterday morning in the Winchester cemetery, services at the grave being conducted by Eld. C. J. Armstrong.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Dec. 12, 1902

 

After the burial of Ambrose Griffith the ex-confederates present, about twenty in number, were invited to the residence of F. H. Dudley where they were entertained most handsomely.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Dec. 12, 1902

 

Ambrose Griffith died at his home on South Main street, in this city. He was a native of Virginia and a former member of Stonewall Jackson’s command in the Confederate army.

The Winchester Sentinel   Wed., Dec. 17, 1902

Griffith, Berlin The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-24, 9-25-1998
Griffith, Bobbie Gene The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-2-1974
Griffith, Boyd Killing At Jackson

Boyd Griffith and Elijah Boling, of Breathitt county, fell out over the weight of a steer and Boling crushed Griffith’s skull with a rock. Griffith is a brother to the man who made the race against Jim Hargis for County Judge. Boling is a cousin of Sheriff Ed Callahan and a brother to George Boling who was indicted at Cynthiana last week for false swearing in the Curt Jett trial.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Sept. 22, 1903

 

Committed Suicide

A week or two ago Boyd Griffith and Elijah Bolin, of Breathitt county quarreled over the weight of a steer. Bolin struck Griffith with a rock, from the effects of which the latter died in a Lexington hospital. Bolin was arrested and on his preliminary trial was held over by Judge Hargis without bail to await the action of the Grand Jury. He was sent to jail and a few hours afterward took a large quantity of morphine from the effects of which he died.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Oct. 2, 1903

Griffith, Charlie H. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-3-1989
Griffith, daughter Infanticide

Mrs. Etta Griffith, of Fayette county, was arrested charged with having killed her baby, aged fifteen months by administering morphine.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., July 24, 1906

 

Found Morphine

In The Dead Child’s Stomach, and Mrs. Griffith Is Held Without Bail

Lexington, Ky.

Mrs. Etta Griffith, wife of Nolan Griffith, charged with the murder of her 15-month-old baby daughter, was held for the grand jury without bail. State chemist Peter ascertained, it was claimed, that the stomach of the child contained morphine. It also developed during the trial that the mother had purchased a bottle of morphine shortly before the death of the baby, and fragments of the broken bottle containing the poison were found near the house.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Aug. 3, 1906

 

Young mother

Accused of murder, collapsed when murderer marched to his death

Lexington, Ky., – As pathetic as was the execution of Thomas Stout in the yard of the county jail, there was a scene enacted on the third floor of the jail building that brought tears to the eyes of even the experienced sheriff and his deputies. As the death march began from Stout’s cell to the gallows of, the walls of a young woman were heard by the officers, and Holt was made for a moment to ascertain the origin of the sounds. They were the cries of Mrs. Etta Griffiths, wife of Nolan Griffiths, herself under indictment for the murder of her 15-month-old-babe. Mrs. Griffiths occupied a cell on the third floor, directly overlooking the jail yard, and since the workman began the erection of the scaffold on which Stout was to meet his doom Mrs. Griffiths has been in a state of almost total collapse. As Stout and the guards passed from the jail to the gallows Mrs. Griffiths was removed to the cell vacated by the doomed man in order that she would not see nor hear the drop. Mrs. Griffiths was arrested on a warrant sworn out by her husband’s mother, charging her with murder, and the recent grand jury found a true bill against her. Stout was executed for the murder of Sim Lee, committed several months ago.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, December 4, 1906

 

Is now a maniac

Lexington, Ky., – Mrs. Etta Griffith, the young white woman who is in custody here charged with the murder of her baby, has become a raving maniac in the county jail.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, December 11, 1906

 

Died in the Asylum

Some months ago Mrs. Etta Griffith, who lives in Fayette county, lost her little girl who died rather mysteriously. After the investigation by the Coroner she was arrested and charged with having poisoned it. On her examination she was held over for trial without bail and placed in jail. She became very nervous and since the hanging of the negro, Tom Stout, a few days ago, she has shown symptoms of insanity. She was taken to the Asylum where she died Saturday the result of exhaustion from acute mania.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, December 11, 1906

Griffith, Ellen College Hill,– Miss Ellen Griffith died of nervous prostration. We tender sympathy to her aged mother, sisters and brothers.

The Democrat   Wednesday, July 16, 1890

Griffith, Estill The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-1-1929
Griffith, Floyd The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-17-1970
Griffith, Floyd B. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-25, 5-26-1970
Griffith, Francis T. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-25, 10-26-1995
Griffith, Fred The Winchester Sun,   Wed., 4-27-1921
Griffith, George E. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-17, 6-18-1985
Griffith, Grover The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-27-1925
Griffith, Henderson Deaths

At his home in Sugar Grove, Va., March 21st, 1905, Henderson Griffith, aged 74 years.   Deceased was one of the third generation, and settled near Sugar Grove when the Indians were nearby. He was a great uncle of Misses Maud, Pearl and Chalcie Griffith of this city.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., April 13, 1905

Griffith, J. P. Mrs. J. P. Griffith has brought suit against the town of Muncie Ind., for $25,000. She claims her husband, who was taken to the hospital with smallpox and died a few days later, did not die with the disease, but was allowed to drop from a second story window, which caused his death.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 22, 1893

Griffith, Jerry Allen The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-21-2010
Griffith, John DIED-At his home, in Bourbon county, Thursday, of paralysis, John Griffith, aged 83 years.   His wife, who was formerly Miss Mary Reed, of this county, survives him.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 26, 1897.

Griffith, Logan Jr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-12-1923
Griffith, Mae E. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-13-2005
Griffith, Mrs. Fannie Ellen

Maddox

The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-2-1954
Griffith, Mrs. Irene The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-22-1969
Griffith, Mrs. Laura Griffett The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-8, 2-9-1978
Griffith, Mrs. Lillie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-1, 10-2-1952
Griffith, Mrs. Lillie Mae The Winchester Sun Sat., 7-14, 7-16-1951
Griffith, Mrs. Logan The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-12-1923
Griffith, Mrs. Margaret K. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-19, 9-20-2001
Griffith, Mrs. Mary The Sun Sentinel Thur., 1-12-1911
Griffith, Mrs. Mary E. Death of Mrs. Griffith

Mrs. Mary E. Griffith, of Paris, died Friday of paralysis, aged eighty years. She was the only sister of Mrs. Lou Robinson, of this city.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, November 29, 1910

Griffith, Mrs. Sarah E. Death Of Mrs. Griffith

Mrs. Sarah E. Griffith, wife of Ambrose Griffith, died Saturday at her home, the corner of Main and Hickman streets, after a long illness of consumption. The funeral was preached Sunday afternoon at the family residence by Elds. J. W. Harding and F. B. Walker, of the Christian Church, and the remains were interred in the Winchester cemetery.

Deceased was formerly Miss Hogan, and was a lovely christian character. She leaves a husband, one son, Chelsie, and two daughters, Misses Pearl and Maude.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., April 23, 1901

Griffith, Mrs. Shirley The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-13-1982
Griffith, Nellie The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-10, 11-12-2007
Griffith, Noah Russell The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-8-1965
Griffith, Raymond The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-29, 7-30-1968
Griffith, Raymond Clay Jr. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-5, 4-6-2006

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Tues., 4-4-2006

Griffith, Raymond Floyd The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-18, 3-19-1997
Griffith, Raymond T. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-2-1973
Griffith, Rhodes The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-8-1937
Griffith, Robert E. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-8, 5-9-2003
Griffith, Rosebud The Winchester Sun Sat., 7-14, 7-16-1951
Griffith, Sue The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-2-1923
Griffith, Urey Chicago – Urey Griffith, who, with his sister, Mrs. Kye Borie, arrived from Paducah, Ky., committed suicide by swallowing poison. According to the police, the young man had been melancholy over a love affair.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, October 21, 1910

Griffith, William AN exceedingly rare case has just been developed at College Hill, this county, by the removal of a body which had been buried ten years. Upon examination it was found to be in a well preserved state.   William Griffith, a prominent citizen of the above place, died ten years ago. His body was interred in the family garden at his own request, the location being on a rise and very dry. It was the desire of the family to remove the body to the village cemetery, and lay it beside either members of the family who have since died. The coffin was carefully raised and found to be perfectly sound. One end of the box had slightly decayed slightly. But for the blackened condition of the shroud, it would have been difficult to tell but what the body had been just laid away a day previous.   This is a very rare case, and sufficiently important to be classed with other miracles out of the ordinary.—Richmond Climax

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 17, 1892.

Griffith, William The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-2-1960
Griffiths, Jas. O. In Leslie county the fifteen-year-old son of Rev. T. F. Begley shot and killed Jas. O. Griffiths. About four years ago Griffiths had shot and killed his brother-in-law, Felix Asher.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, April 5, 1893

Griffiths, Joseph R. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-15, 4-16-1968
Griffiths, Mrs. Alberta Furey The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-5, 3-7-2002
Griffiths, Paul Joseph The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-20-2010
Griffiths, William Youth Kills His Father

Cornetsville, Ky., April 20

William Griffiths, a farmer at Leatherwood, six miles from here, met death at the hands of his fifteen-year-old son, whom he had reprimanded. While his mother was preparing breakfast and his father was asleep, the boy took his father’s rifle and, resting it on the headboard of the bed, fired into Griffith’s brain. The boy is held in Hazard jail without bond.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., April 24, 1900

Griffy, John The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-19-1920
Griggs, Allen Deaths

Allen Griggs, a well-known and popular citizen of this county, died Saturday at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Lexington, aged seventy-seven years. The remains were buried in the Winchester cemetery Sunday with services under the auspices of Winchester Lodge, F. & A. M., of which he was a member.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., April 14, 1904

Griggs, Ambrose Allen The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-28-1929
Griggs, Austin The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-14-2001
Griggs, Chas. Killed By A Mule

Sunday Mr. Chas. Griggs, of College Hill, Madison county, was kicked in the stomach by a mule from the effects of which he died the following day. He was about thirty-five years old and leaves a wife and four children. He was known to quite a number of our readers and was a brother of Mrs. Cliff Owen, of this county, and Miss Mattie Griggs, of this city.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Aug. 10, 1906

Griggs, Clem On motion of John Griggs who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Clem Griggs dec. and giving security whereupon he together with John B. Ryan and Eliah Johnson entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty sum of $500 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 10; P. 240; July Court 1835

 

Ordered that Clark Cox, W. Cumming, Abadiah Hampton and Enoch Hampton or any 3 of them being first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves if any and personal estate of Clem Griggs dec. and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 10; P. 240; July Court 1835

Griggs, Daniel Jerome The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-28-2006

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Thur., 4-27-2006

Griggs, David The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-5-2003
Griggs, David H. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-17, 9-18-1945
Griggs, Dewey M. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-24-1993
Griggs, Dorothy M. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-7-2009
Griggs, Elijah The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-7, 12-8-1939
Griggs, Elisha The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-11-1968
Griggs, Frank Taylor The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-11-1956
Griggs, Genelett The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-17-1935
Griggs, Herbert Eugene The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-5, 1-6-2007
Griggs, infant White Male, Infant, Still Born, Father-Elga Griggs, Mother-Bernice Jones, Died September 22, 1932, Buried September 23, 1932.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate Number 20813, Volume 1932.

Griggs, infant son Died

Sunday, August 5th, of whooping cough and brain trouble, infant son of Noah Griggs and wife, aged four months. Funeral services at the residence in this city and burial in the family graveyard on Four Mile.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., August 7, 1900

Griggs, Ira E. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-7-1936
Griggs, James The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-2-1934
Griggs, James Haley The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-6-1937
Griggs, John F. Age 5, male, he was born in Clark County, KY, his parents were Allen and Delitha Griggs, both parents were born in Clark County, KY, he died in Clark County, KY, February, 23, 1861 of dropsey.

CCKD

Griggs, John Jr. On the motion of Rebecca Griggs who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted her for obtaining letters of obtaining letters of administration on the estate of John Griggs Jr., dec. in due form giving security whereupon she together with Francis Smith entered into and acknowledged their bond in penalty of $1000 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 10; P. 308; August Court 1836

 

Ordered that David Hampton, Charles Handler, John T. Watts and Less Johnson or any 3 of them being first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves if any and personal estate of John Griggs Jr., dec. and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 10; P. 308; August Court 1836

Griggs, Kenneth Earl The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-27, 10-28-1966
Griggs, Kenneth Houston The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-13, 5-14-1993
Griggs, Lewis L. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-17-1925
Griggs, M. F. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-26-1931
Griggs, Michael Dennis The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-16-1998
Griggs, Millard Clifton The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-1, 8-2-1968
Griggs, Minor Will Book 1, Page 299

Dated: February 4, 1865

Recorded: Clark Co. 11/27/1876

Kenton Co. 12/6/1876

Clark Co. 12/26/1876

 

Death of Mrs. Collingsworth.

Mrs. Frazer Collingsworth died May 22nd, at the home of Woodson Owen at Missouri, of cancer, aged eighty-four years.   She was originally Miss Frances Rainey, a native of this county. In early life she married Minor Griggs. They lived together until past middle age, and by industry and economy, accumulated a competence. The husband finally sickened and died and Mrs. Griggs, after the conventional time of mourning had elapsed, married William Estis. The angel of death passed that way again, and again Mrs. Estis was a widow. Fully believing that it is not good for either man or woman to be alone, she again stood before nuptial altar, this time with Jas. Ecton. Before many years had elapsed, she followed his remains to their last resting place, but nothing daunted, she again laid aside her widow’s weeds, this time at the solicitation of Rev. Smith V. Potts.   Death is not respecter of persons, and it was not very long before he, too, was gathered to his fathers, leaving a disconsolate widow. Still convinced that marriage is not a failure, and longing for the strong arm of a younger husband to support her declining Frazer Collingsworth, a young man who worked for her. For various reasons this marriage was not a happy one, and the groom left after squandering much of his wife’s possessions. She shortly afterward obtained a divorce from him and some time ago went to Missouri. It was reported here that she had married again a few months ago, but it is said to be untrue.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 6, 1902.

Griggs, Minor Minor Griggs vs. J. T. Tucker

The death of the plaintiff Minor Griggs is suggested and the cause is continued.

Order Book 16; P. 363; November Court 1876

Griggs, Mollie Miss Mollie Griggs, a fourteen-year-old daughter of Allen Griggs, of this county, went to Lexington on Friday the 15th to visit friends. Soon afterwards she was taken sick with a species of fever and died on Friday, the 23rd inst. Her remains were sent home Saturday and buried in the cemetery.   The sorrow stricken family has the sympathy of the entire community.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Tue., 5-27-1879

Griggs, Mrs. Christine Webb The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-20-2005

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Wed., 10-19-2005

Griggs, Mrs. Emma B. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-3-1996
Griggs, Mrs. Ira The Winchester Sun Wed., 10-23-1912
Griggs, Mrs. John The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-24-1927
Griggs, Mrs. Josephine Winburn The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-15-1996
Griggs, Mrs. Lillie Ketchum The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-11-1960
Griggs, Mrs. Mary L. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-9, 5-10-1938
Griggs, Mrs. Mary Smith The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-31-1945
Griggs, Mrs. Mattie Lewis The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-3-1954
Griggs, Mrs. Miranda Curtis The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-14, 10-15-1963
Griggs, Mrs. Nancy Trent The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-5-1981
Griggs, Mrs. Pearl The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-27-1920
Griggs, Mrs. Ruby Faye Fulks The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-18, 4-19-1997
Griggs, Mrs. Stanley The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-13-1938
Griggs, Mrs. Virgie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-7-1939
Griggs, Mrs. Zora Lewis The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-15, 4-20, 4-22-1927
Griggs, Robert D. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-13, 4-14-1990
Griggs, Shirley The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-16-1952
Griggs, Strother Houston Jr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-7-1983
Griggs, Strother Houston Sr. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-22, 6-23-1965
Griggs, Theodore A. Sr. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-12, 12-13-1986
Griggs, W. C. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-27-1927
Griggs, William S. The Driver Drowned.

Pineville, Ky., Sept. 27.—William S. Griggs, a prominent Baptist preacher, was drowned in Greasy creek, six miles from here Monday afternoon. He was crossing the stream when his horse was mired in quicksand, throwing Griggs into the stream and drowning him instantly. Griggs was from Union county, Tenn., and had been in this county about two months organizing Sunday schools.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 4, 1898

Grigsby, Alton The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-23-1940
Grigsby, Amelia Died—Miss Amelia Grigsby, aged 55 years died Saturday at the home of her father, Frank Grigsby, in Montgomery county near Kiddville. Burial Monday at Mt. Sterling.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 1, 1898

 

Miss Nora Wilkerson, Mrs. Clay Boone and their mother, Mrs. Wilkerson attended the funeral of   Miss Amelia Grigsby, at Mt. Sterling Monday.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 1, 1898

Grigsby, Austen                     AA Ordered that the Co. Treas. pay John Stubblefield seven dollars for two coffins, one for George Blackburn and one for Austen Grigsby child colored paupers.

Order Book 17; Page 177; March Court 1875

Clark County Courthouse Archives

Grigsby, Bayley J. N. Whitehead’s Exor. vs. N. T. Grigsby &c ………Equity

…..action referred to the Master Commissioner to ascertain and report the interest and shares of N. T. Grigsby attached being a share in the dower lands of Charlotte Grigsby which he devised by the death of his mother and the death of his brother Bayley Grigsby and ………continued.

Order Book 12; P. 244; November Court 1865

Grigsby, Charlotte J. N. Whitehead’s Exor. vs. N. T. Grigsby &c ………Equity

…..action referred to the Master Commissioner to ascertain and report the interest and shares of N. T. Grigsby attached being a share in the dower lands of Charlotte Grigsby which he devised by the death of his mother and the death of his brother Bayley Grigsby and ………continued.

Order Book 12; P. 244; November Court 1865

Grigsby, Emilie Busby The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-14-1964
Grigsby, Frank In Montgomery county, near Kiddville, Friday, of consumption. Frank Grigsby, aged 36 years. He was a son of Frank Grigsby and unmarried. Rev. Richard French preached the funeral.

The Democrat, Wednesday, February 3, 1892.

Grigsby, French The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-12-1922
Grigsby, George                     AA Shocking accident

Saturday Jerry Taylor, the colored undertaker, was conveying the body of George Grigsby, an aged colored man from his home near the Boonesboro pike to the old stone church on Howards Lower creek for burial. While going down the road leading from that pike to Howards creek a short distance above the church one of the horses of the hearse team stumbled and the vehicle, team and driver were thrown over the precipice on the lower side of the road. The hearse was badly demolished, the box containing the coffin was smashed and the coffin damaged. Neither the driver nor team was seriously injured.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, February 25, 1908

Grigsby, George M. D. Died a Railroad President

By the will of the late George M. D. Grigsby, who died recently at Dallas, Texas, Mrs. J.H. Reib, of Lexington, a sister of deceased and the wife of a poor mechanic, is left his estate valued at $50,000 and four policies of insurance amounting to $17,500. Mr. Grigsby, who was a native of Kentucky, went to Texas as a laborer and died a Railroad President.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, August 14, 1906

Grigsby, Glen The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-15-1967
Grigsby, James Died—James Grigsby, aged ninety-five years, for seventy-one years a resident of Indianapolis, died Monday. He was born in Manchester, Ky., and his boast had been to the last that he had always drank good whiskey and smoked good cigars. He helped blow stumps out of Washington street, and laid brick on the first State House on Monument Place.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, October 29, 1897

Grigsby, Jas. L. A PROMINENT CITIZEN DEAD

Dr. Jas. L. Grigsby Dies Suddenly of Heart Failure Sunday

The community was shocked Sunday morning by learning of the sudden death of Dr. James L. Grigsby, which occurred at an early hour. He arose at the usual time and seemed to be in perfect health, but after attending to a few chores, suddenly fell and expired. The trouble was either heart failure or apoplexy. He was about sixty years of age and for many years had been one of our most prominent citizens. He had been married three times; his first wife nee Quisenberry, with two little girls survive him. He also leaves two children, Eugene and Mrs. Byrd Hodgkin, by a former wife. The funeral was preached at the family residence by Rev. I. J. Spencer and the remains were interred in the cemetery.

The funeral procession, which was one of the longest we have ever seen, proclaimed the high place he held in the esteem of our people.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 8-10-1892

 

The late Dr. Jas. L. Grisby had his life insured for $4,500.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 8-10-1892

 

J. L. Grigsby’s will directs that all his just debts shall be paid out of his life insurance money.   He leaves to his wife, Talitha Grigsby, one-half of his land and one-half of the money remaining from his life insurance and from the sale of the crop, stock, etc. Also twelve choice cows and two horses. The remainder is to be equally divided among his children; his wife is to control the portion of her two children. The will is dated October 4th 1890 and was written by himself without witnesses.

The Democrat, Wednesday, August 24, 1892.

 

N. T. BUSH, auctioneer, sold Saturday for the estate of Jas. L. Grigsby, two shares of stock in the Colby turnpike, par value 4100 to S. P. Hodkin, at $39.

The Democrat, Wednesday, January 18, 1893.

 

Dr. J. L. Grisby, who died near this city a short time ago, had a life policy of $ 3,500 with S. M. Parcell.

The Democrat, Wednesday, March 1, 1893.

 

Will Book 2, Page 140

Dated: October 4, 1890

Recorded: August 22, 1892

Grigsby, Joe Mrs. N. G. Haggard was summoned to Mt. Sterling Sunday by the death of her brother, Joe Grigsby, of this city. About two and one-half years ago, while at work in Chattanooga, Tenn., he accidentally shot himself in the breast with a pistol, and from the effect of the wound he never recovered.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 2-6-1889

Grigsby, John Thomas J. Fester &c vs. Nathaniel T. Grigsby &c ………Equity

James W. Parrish vs. Nathaniel T. Grigsby &c ………Equity

James N. Whitehead vs. Nathaniel T. Grigsby &c ………Equity

Clifton T. Haggard vs. Nathaniel T. Grigsby &c ……….Equity

John V. Grigsby vs. Nathaniel T. Grigsby &c ……..Equity

………….the plaintiff James N Whitehead and the defendant John Grigsby having departed this life …………….

Order Book 12; P. 601 & 602; May Court 1867

Grigsby, John V. Former citizen of Clark county dead

John V. Grigsby passes away in Tennessee home at the age of 81 years

John V. Grigsby died Monday night at his home in Lebanon, Tenn. Mr. Grigsby was   born in this county 81 years ago. He was the owner of the farm where Judge George B. Nelson now lives. In 1878, he moved to Tennessee, where he engaged in extensive farming and stock raising. He was a brother to the late Col. L.B. Grigsby and Mrs. Amanda Cocker. His wife was Miss Creth Robinson; daughter of the late Doctor Robinson, and a half sister of Mr. T.C. Robinson, this city. The older citizens speak in   the highest terms of Mr. Grigsby as a man.

The Winchester News   Tuesday, October 13, 1908

Grigsby, John V. J. V. Grigsby trustees vs. J. V. Grigsby creditors

…..make a full final settlement of all matters of interest concerning the estate of John V. Grigsby…report.

Order Book 18; P. 328; May Court 1883

Grigsby, John V. J. V. Grigsby Trustee vs. J. V. Grigsby & others

Ordered that said trustee sell the interest of said Grigsby in the town lots in Shreveport   LA and the land in Caddo Parrish in said state….

Order Book 17; P. 431; May Court 1880

 

J. V. Grigsby Trustee vs. J. V. Grigsby & co.

….adjudged that said Mrs. A. M. Cocke had an undivided one third interest in the tract…..C. S. French trustee of Mrs. A. M. Cocke is entitled to the dividend….

Order Book 17; P. 433; May Court 1880

 

J. V. Grigsby Trustee vs. J. V. Grigsby & co.

Exceptions of plaintiff to the claim of Huldah E. Dowden administratrix of W. W. Dowden and Master Commissioners report………………

Order Book 17; P. 433; May Court 1880

 

J. V. Grigsby Trustee vs. J. V. Grigsby & others

….consent of all parties……commissioner to sell whatever interest may be….

Order Book 17; P. 471 – 472; November Court 1880

 

J. V. Grigsby Trustee vs. J. V. Grigsby & creditors

Master filed a report…

Order Book 17; P. 533; December Court 1880

 

J. V. Grigsby Trustee vs. J. V. Grigsby & others

…..Trustee of John V. Grigsby is hereby directed to pay to the parties entitled thereto….Commissioner to make full report of all additional matters and final settlement thereof…..

Order Book 17; P. 578 – 579; May Court 1881

Grigsby, L. B. Col. L. B. Grisby-His Sudden Death in Denver-The news of the sudden death in Denver of Col. L. B. Grisby, of Clark county. It will be remembered that Col. Grisby left for the west a year ago and settled in Denver. During the recent political campaign he conversed the mountain precinct, speaking for Hancock and English. Thus engaged he contracted a severe cold which turned into pneumonia upon which dropsy supervened. He was brought home to Denver, where he lingered for two weeks, when he died.   Col. Grisby was in the prime of manhood. He was at one time engaged in the hotel business in this city with General Robinson.   On leaving Lexington he took up his residence in Winchester, where he practiced law. He was a politician and a speaker of no mean order. He was a man of generous impulses, a free liver and a free giver. He was calculated to make friends and keep them. In his death the many friends of Col. Grisby in Kentucky have suffered a loss, and Colorado has been deprived of a good citizen and worthy gentleman.—Lex. Press

The Clark County Democrat     Wed., 11-10-1880

Grigsby, Lewis Eugene The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-4-1932
Grigsby, Lewis K. On the motion of John Grigsby, who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Lewis Grigsby dec. giving security whereupon he together with Edward H. Didlake, Nathanial Grigsby and Charlotte Grigsby entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $20,000 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 11; P. 464; November Court 1846

 

Ordered that A. Buckner, Henry W. Calmes, Daniel Smith and Edward H. Didlake or any three of them being first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves and personal estate of Lewis Grigsby dec. and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 11; P. 465; November Court 1846

 

On the motion of Charlotte Grigsby ordered that A. H. Buckner, Thomas Hart, Edward H. Didlake and Daniel Smith or any three of them after being first sworn do lay off and allot onto the said Charlotte Grigsby the dower and the real estate of her deceased husband Lewis Grigsby and make report thereof to the court.

Order Book 12; P. 1; January Court 1847

 

Lewis Grigsby heirs vs. Lewis Grigsby Admin. ..continued

Order Book 8; P. 528; October Court 1855

 

Lewis Grigsby’s Heirs vs. L. Grigsby’s admin………..Equity

……………cause continued ………….

Order Book 10; P. 67; November Court 1858

 

Lewis Grigsby’s Heirs vs. Lewis Grigsby’s admin. ………..Equity

……….cause continued …………

Order Book 10; P. 150; May Court 1859

 

Lewis Grigsby’s Heirs vs. Lewis Grigsby’s admin.

Order Book 10; P. 213; July Court 1859

 

Lewis Grigsby’s Heirs vs. Lewis Grigsby’s Admin. ……….Equity

Order Book 10; P. 262; November Court 1859

 

Lewis Grigsby’s heirs vs. Lewis Grigsby’s admin. ………..Equity

……….cause continued ………..

Order Book 10; P. 338; May Court 1860

 

Lewis Grigsby’s heirs vs. Lewis Grigsby’s admin. …….Equity

…….cause continued………….

Order Book 10; P. 400; July Court 1860

 

Lewis Grigsby’s heirs vs. Lewis Grigsby’s admin. ……..Equity

Ordered that the papers in these causes be filed away.

Order Book 10; P. 438; November Court 1860

 

Lewis Grigsby Heirs vs. Lewis Grigsby equity

Filed

Order Book 12; P. 104; May Court 1865

 

L. K. Grigsby’s Admin. vs. W. B. F. Grigsby …….Equity

…………continued

Order Book 12; P. 307; November Court 1865

 

L. K. Grigsby’s Admin. against W. B. F. Grigsby ……..Equity

………….continued.

Order Book 12; P. 349; May Court 1866

 

Lewis K. Grigsby’s Admin. vs. W. B. F. Grigsby &c ……….Equity

Order Book 12; P. 413; July Court 1866

 

Lewis K. Grigsby’s Admin. vs. W. B. F. Grigsby …………Equity

………….cause continued.

Order Book 12; P. 433; July Court 1866

Order Book 12; P. 473; November Court 1866

 

Lewis K. Grigsby’s Admin. vs. W. F. B. Grigsby ……………Equity

Order Book 12; P. 534; May Court 1867

Grigsby, Lewis K. Lewis Grigsby administrator vs. Amanda M. Grigsby

Order of sale of land on behalf of heirs of Lewis K. Grigsby…..cause continued.

Order Book 13; P. 494 – 495; May Court 1869

 

L. K. Grigsby administrator vs. Amanda Grigsby

Commissioner to be paid.

Order Book 14; P. 81; May Court 1870

 

A. H. Buckner administrator vs. Grigsby administrator

Ordered plaintiff recover from defendant $140.69 and interest….

Order Book 14; P. 298; November Court 1871

 

Charles Eginton vs. L. K. Grigsby administrator

….filed the affidavits of L. B. Grigsby, Mrs. Amanda and W. M. Cocke and J. N. Winn in support of motion…

Order Book 17; P. 20; May Court 1878

 

Charles Eginton vs. L. K. Grigsby administrator

….filed affidavits…

Order Book 17; P. 46; May Court 1878

Grigsby, Mrs. Alice Died

Mrs. Alice Grigsby, wife of Mr. R. F. A. Grigsby, died at her home in the Kiddville neighborhood, Montgomery county, Saturday, aged about 77 years. She leaves a husband and four children to mourn her loss.   Funeral services were held at the family home Monday by Rev. Richard French and the remains were taken to Mt. Sterling for burial.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Sept. 1, 1899

Grigsby, Mrs. Charlotte Age 86, female, she was born in Virginia, her parents were Daniel and Charlotte Flournoy, she died November 29, 1860 of old age.

CCKD

Grigsby, Mrs. J. B. Died—At her home in Mt. Sterling, Saturday, 19th inst., after a long illness, Mrs. J. B. Grigsby. She was formerly Miss Jordan, of this county. Her daughter, Mrs. Nev. Haggard, formerly lived here and was well and favorably known.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, February 15, 1898

 

Saturday afternoon….Mrs. Arch Piersall, Miss Sallie Weldon, Mrs. Geo. Haggard, Miss Nora Wilkerson, Mrs. Ed Fox and Mr. Clay Boone and wife of Winchester and Mrs. Ann Wilkerson and Mr. Earl Wilkerson, of Little Rock, Bourbon county, attended the funeral of Mrs. J. B. Grigsby in this city Sunday.—Sentinel Democrat.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, February 18, 1898

Grigsby, Mrs. L. E. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-9-1930
Grigsby, Mrs. Nancy Age 58, female, she was born in Montgomery County, KY, her parents were Jesse and Elizabeth Daniels, she lived in Clark County, KY, she died in Clark County, KY, August 15, 1860 of cancer.

CCKD

Grigsby, Mrs. Nida Kaye The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-18, 10-19, 10-20-2005

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Mon., 10-17-2005

Grigsby, Mrs. Nora Mauk The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-4-1986
Grigsby, Mrs. Sarah Death Of Mrs. Grigsby

Mrs. Sarah B. Grigsby died at her home in Bourbon county Monday at an advanced age. The funeral services were held at the family residence by Eld. Mark Collis and the remains were brought to this city for burial.   Mrs. Grigsby was the widow of the late Nathaniel Grigsby, and before her marriage was Miss Couchman, of this county.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., July 13, 1906

Grigsby, Mrs. Talitha The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-18-1944
Grigsby, Nathaniel T. Died—Tuesday, June 21st. at his home near Avon, Nathaniel T. Grigsby, aged eighty-three years. He was a native of this county but moved to Fayette nearly a quarter of a century ago. His wife was Miss Couchman, of this county. The funeral was preached at his residence yesterday and the remains were brought here for interment.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 24, 1898

Grigsby, Nathaniel T. Thomas J. Fester &c vs. Nathaniel T. Grigsby &c ………Equity

James W. Parrish vs. Nathaniel T. Grigsby &c ………Equity

James N. Whitehead vs. Nathaniel T. Grigsby &c ………Equity

Clifton T. Haggard vs. Nathaniel T. Grigsby &c ……….Equity

John V. Grigsby vs. Nathaniel T. Grigsby &c ……..Equity

………….the plaintiff James N Whitehead and the defendant John Grigsby having departed this life …………….

Order Book 12; P. 601 & 602; May Court 1867

Grigsby, Patsey (Aunt)         AA The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-30, 10-18, 10-25-1921
Grigsby, Patsy Bush Died from injuries

Patsy Grigsby, or Patsy Bush, as she was known to many, died the past week from injuries received by being thrown from her vehicle, the horse being frightened by an automobile. She was one of the few remaining family servants of the olden time, and was highly respected by all who knew her.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, July 21, 1908

Grigsby, R. F. A. Kiddville

Died, Tuesday morning July 30th, Maj. R. F. A. Grigsby, aged 79 years. He leaves two daughters and two sons, his wife having died two years ago.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Aug., 6, 1901

Grigsby, Thomas The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-30-1913
Grills, Billie The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-12-1986
Grills, Mrs. Edith King The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-17-1995
Grim, David Gayle The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-4-2007
Grimes, Andrew                     AA Died At A School Commencement

Lexington, Ky., May 24

While George Grimes, colored was singing “India, the Revelry of Death,” on the stage of the opera house at a school commencement here Thursday night, his father, Andrew Grimes, who was in the audience, expired in his seat from heart failure.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., May 28, 1901

Grimes, Bob                           AA Hopkinsville – Charles Bond, a negro, was arrested here upon a request received from officers at Carthage, Tenn., on the charge of having murdered Bob Grimes, colored, at that place in November, 1902.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, August 16, 1910

Grimes, Charles Francis The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-15-1993
Grimes, Cierra Mercedes The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-30, 7-31, 8-1-2003
Grimes, Danny Ray The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-31-1979
Grimes, David F. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-5-1969
Grimes, James James Grimes, an old and respected citizen of Fayette, residing near the Clark line, died last week.   He had an insurance of $2,500.00 on his life.

The Clark County Democrat   Wed., 5-5-1880

Grimes, Joe The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-17, 8-19, 10-6, 10-27, 10-28, 10-29, 10-30, 11-2-1937
Grimes, Joe C. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-25-1973
Grimes, John Died on Boone’s Creek, Mr. John Grimes of heart trouble, caused by la grippe.

The Democrat, Wednesday, February 3, 1892.

Grimes, John Miner Killed.

Shawnee, O., July 23.—John Grimes was killed instantly Friday morning by a fall of slate in Mine No. 12, six miles east of here. He was aged 62 and was single.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, July 26, 1898

Grimes, John                         AA A ghastly find

John Grimes, a negro committed suicide Saturday by hanging himself to the limb of a tree on the farm of Horace Coleman, in Fayette county, near the Clark line. He was first found by John Wheeler, of this county, who was passing the point. No motive for the suicide was assigned.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, Oct. 23, 1906

Grimes, John H. Wednesday afternoon John H. Grimes, superintendent of a distillery at Burgin, was fatally shot by the discharge of his rifle while he was riding home in a buggy.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 29, 1894

Grimes, Leonard D. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-9-1938
Grimes, Louise Gill The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-7-2000
Grimes, Mrs. Betty F. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-29, 10-30-2003

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site 10-28-2003

Grimes, Mrs. Lucille Dailey The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-15-1974
Grimes, Mrs. Mary Age 20, female, she was married, she was a house keeper, she was born in Clark County, KY, her parents were James and Ann Noland, her father was from Madison County, KY, her mother was from Estill County, KY, she lived in Clark County, KY, she died in Clark County, KY, she died May 25, 1874, she died of

CCKD

Grimes, Mrs. Minta Daniel The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-6-1929
Grimes, R. L. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-1-1957
Grimes, Ralph The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-16-1973
Grimes, Robert The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-8-1951
Grimes, Robert The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-4-1964
Grimes, Sarah Will Book 1, Page 77

Dated: June 9, 1858

Recorded: September, 1860

Grimes, Walter The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-27-1915
Grimes, William G. (Mr. Bill) The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-26-2007
Grimme, Ben Leaped Into The Ohio

Newport, Ky., Feb. 14

Ben Grimme, of Eighth and Roberts streets, committed suicide by jumping from the Central bridge that spans the Ohio, into the muddy waters below. Half crazed from drink and despondency caused him to commit the rash act.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Feb. 20, 1900

Grinell, Mrs. James The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-15-1926
Grinnell, Cornelius The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-24, 5-25-1971
Grinnell, James The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-19-1931
Grinstaff Paul The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-15-1970
Grinstead, Everett The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-20-1934
Grinstead, Gilbert T. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-27, 4-28, 5-24 -1920
Grinstead, Mattie M. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 6-16, 6-30-1976
Grinstead, Mrs. Eliza Fatally Ill

A telephone message from Richmond late Tuesday reported the fatal illness of Mrs. Eliza Grinstead, at her home near Waco, from blood poisoning. Her sister, Mrs. James Hall, went to her bedside Tuesday night. Her husband Geo. Grinstead, is Past Commander of the Kentucky G.A.R.

The Winchester Sun-Sentinel Thursday, July 25, 1907

Grinstead, Mrs. Mossie Parrish The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-19-1961
Grinstead, V. B. Deaths

Mr. V. B. Grinstead, of Somerset, Ky., died February 18, 1903, aged forty-five years, eleven months and six days. Funeral services were held at College Hill, Madison county, and the remains were laid to rest beside those of his wife in the cemetery at College Hill.

Mr. Grinstead was born near College Hill March 12, 1857. He leaves two children, four brothers, three sisters and a host of friends to mourn his loss. He was kind and generous to the poor.

Winchester Deomcrat   Fri., Feb. 27, 1903

Grinstead, W.C. Prominent educator dead

Prof. W.C. Grinstead, for twenty years principal of the Danville Graded School, died suddenly at his home in that city Sunday.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, December 11, 1908

Grinstead, Wm. Wm. Grinstead died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. E. Wood, Monday morning. He had been a sufferer from dumb ague for many month, which was doubtless the cause of his death. He was formerly a noted clock repairer of this county and lived near Pinchem. His remains were taken to Somerset for interment.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, March 11, 1891

Grisby, Ann M. Will Book 1, Page 57

Dated: February 24, 1859

Recorded: September 20, 1859

Grisby, Braxton The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-24-1916
Grisby, daughter Jack Grisby of Anderson county, was engaged in storing pumpkins in the loft of his barn, and his five-year-old girl was standing near by watching him. A large pumpkin weighing about 30 pounds, rolled from the loft and falling struck the girl in her upturned face, bending her head suddenly backward, breaking her neck and causing instant death.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 12, 1895

Grise, Mrs. ________ The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-31-1939
Grissam, Dianna The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-8-2011
Grissum, Mrs. Hannah Moore Col. John Moore attended the funeral of his cousin, Mrs. Hannah Moore Grissum, at Georgetown this week.

The Democrat, Wednesday, May 16, 1890

Grissum, William Town Marshall Shot And Killed

Elkton, Ky., Aug. 17

At Kirkmansville, 16 miles north of this city, Monday night A. J. Roe shot and killed William Grissum. Grissum was marshall of the town, and the trouble is said to have arisen over a game of cards, in which several parties were engaged.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Aug. 22, 1899

 

Andy J. Roe Acquitted

Elkton, Ky., Aug., 18

The examining trial of Andy J. Roe for the killing of Willie Grissum, at Kirkmansville, Monday, resulted in a complete acquittal.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Aug. 22, 1899

Gritton, Mrs. Julia Elizabeth The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-9-1998
Gritton, Mrs._____ In Anderson county, Thursday, John Gritton, aged sixteen years, was carelessly handling a pistol when it was discharged, The bullet striking his mother. She lingered for twenty-four hours in great agony before she died. She leaves six children, the youngest only seven months old.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, October 4, 1893

Gritton, Orville B. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-22-1959
Grizzle, Mrs. Lillie L. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 10-21, 11-5, 11-6-1993
Grobmyer, Mrs. Elizabeth The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-31-1934
Groce, Ann Dieterich The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-1, 5-2-2000
Groche, Chris The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-19-1922
Groel, Mrs. Clemma Alice The Winchester Sun   Tues., 2-22-1955
Groen, John T. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-2-1982
Groen, Mrs. Ruth I. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-14-1980
Groen, Ralph L. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-21, 7-22-1983
Grogan, Stephan STEPHAN GROGAN was shot and killed at Covington Wednesday by Richard Gray. Grogan had seduced Gray’s daughter and refused to marry her, but offered to pay a sum of money. This so angered the girl’s father that he shot him to death.   Grogan was formerly a fireman on the K. C. and some months ago the engine on which he was employed ran into a car loaded with beer at this place. In the smash up Grogan received injures that were thought at the time to be fatal, but after a long illness he recovered.

The Democrat, Wednesday, February 10, 1892.

 

At Covington, Richard Gray, who killed Stephen Grogan for ruining his daughter, was acquitted on the charge of murder.

The Winchester Democrat   Wed., 3-9-1892

Groh, Harry The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-2, 12-31-1953, 1-2-1954
Groh, Harry Jr. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-26, 10-27, 10-28-1937
Groh, Mrs. Mildred Hughes The Winchester Sun   Tue., 1-31, 2-1-1978
Grone, Fred W. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-23-1922
Groom Family

 

Mr. B. B. Groom, formerly of this and Clark counties, but now of Texas, is in the city, visiting his son, Mr. Harry T. Groom. Mr. Groom used to be one of the leading breeders of short horns in Central Kentucky, and when that industry suffered a reverse he went to the wall and lost his fine fortune. He afterwards went to Texas and started a beef cattle ranch. He is now engaged in the cultivation of wheat in the same State. His company has about ten thousand acres of magnificent land, on which can be raised wheat as fine as any in the country. It is a red wheat and classed as No. 2. The plantation is not far from tide water and the wheat is shipped direct to Liverpool from Galveston, the freight to the English port being no greater than that of wheat shipped from Nebraska to New York. Texas, Mr. Groom thinks, will become one of the greatest wheat growing States in the Union.—Lexington Press.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, May 25, 1894

Groom, Ben R. Robt. Williams and Lawyer Henry Finley are under arrest in New York, charged with swindling Ben R. Groom formerly of this county. It seems that Mr. Groom paid the men $1,350 to make a sale for him of some Texas land and they swindled him out of the sum by false representation.

The Winchester Democrat; Wednesday, December 6, 1893

Groom, Dentie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-4-1948
Groom, Francis THE WAR OF 1812 – Private

The Roll of Two Companies Raised in Clark County by Capt. James Sympson.

Company of Mounted Kentucky Volunteers under the Command of Capt. James Sympson. Left Winchester September 15th, 1814, and arrived at Urbana, Ohio on the 20th.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Fri., 2-21-1879

Groom, Mrs. Elizabeth C. H. P. Thomson asgn. Vs. H. P. Thomson cred.

The death of Mrs. B. B. Groom who was a party to the original will and cross actions herein is now suggested.

Order Book 18; P. 94; May Court 1882

 

H. P. Thomson asgn. Vs. H. P. Thomson cred.

The death of Mrs. B. B. Groom having been suggested and Anna M. Moore by her attorney having filed in court notices duly executed on James Chorn assigner of H. P. Thomson, H. P. Thomson, Fannie Thomson, B. B. Groom, Albert W. Thomson and Harrison T. Groom of a motion to revive against Harrison T. Groom as heir at law of said Elizabeth C. Groom decd……

Order Book 18; P. 100; May Court 1882

Grooms, B. B. Died In New Orleans

Mr. Ben B. Grooms died at the St. Charles Hotel, New Orleans, Tuesday, aged eighty-three years.   His only child Harry T. Grooms, was with him when he died. The remains were buried at Lexington yesterday.   The deceased formerly lived here, owning the beautiful home “Vinewood” on the Mt. Sterling pike. At one time he was one of the most prominent breeders of Shorthorns in the world. He met with financial reverses and moved to Texas where he has since been engaged in cattle raising on a large scale.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., April 20, 1906

Grooms, Charles The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-13-1920
Grooms, Forest Died

Forest Grooms, died Thursday at Little Rock, Arkansas, aged about twenty-six years. The remains were brought to Harrodsburg for interment. He was a grandson of the late Fleming Bush, of this county, and has many relatives here.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., Feb. 4, 1902

Grooms, Hoadley Jr. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-1-1928
Grooms, Jas. M. Will Book 2, Page 86

Dated: June 21, 1889

Recorded: August 26, 1889

 

Jas. M. Groom, aged 89 years, died Friday morning at his home near Pilot View of a dropsical affection, after an illness of several months. His funeral was preached by Rev. Wm. Rupard; burial at the family burying ground. His wife, aged 82 years survives him.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 8-21-1889

 

The will of the late Jas. Grooms was admitted to probate Monday. By it he devised his lands, etc., to his wife during her life, to be equally divided at his death between his and her heirs. He leaves Robt. White $800 and Goshen Church $50. To each of the following he leaves $100: Susan White, Patsey White, each of the two daughters of John Groom of Missouri, Katherine White Polly West, Martha West, Dolly McKinney, Mira White and Jemima White. Rev. Wm. Rupard and Thos. Rupard are named as executors, and the former is willed the proceeds of his cash notes after paying the above mentioned donations.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 8-28-1889

 

DIED-In this city yesterday of old age, Mrs. Miriam Grooms, the widow of the late Jas Grooms, aged 92 years. Funeral at the home place near Pilot View, services by Rev. J. J. Gilbert.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 23, 1897.

 

J. A. Ramsey, auctioneer, reports the sale of the farm of the late Jas. Grooms, yesterday, to Barnett Parrish at $32.25 per acre. The farm contained 100 acres.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, January 25, 1898

 

Jas. M. Groom’s Extr’s to Barnett D. Parrish, 100 acres on Howard’s Upper Creek, for $3,225.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., April 7, 1899

Grooms, Jesse On motion of Joseph Pace who made oath ……….certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of Jesse Grooms ……….with J. M. Lawrence …..bond in penalty of $600 ….the widow relinquishing her right to qualify herein.

Order Book 12; P. 404; September Court 1851

 

On motion Joseph Pace admin. Jesse Grooms dec. ordered that Charles Wilkerson, Nelson Strode, Ben W. Bunch and Robert D. Kidd or any 3 ……… appraise ….personalty of said decedent and report to court ……..

Order Book 12; P. 404; September Court 1851

 

Final settlement with   the admin. of Jesse Grooms dec. was produced ……filed……

Order Book 12; P. 613; December Court 1853

 

Jesse Grooms heirs……..petition for sale of land

Commissioner Buckner may sell the land in the petition mentioned, at the court house door in Winchester …………………….

Order Book 9; P. 539; December Court 1857

 

Jesse Grooms on petition

Ordered that these causes stand continued till next term

Order Book 9; P. 574; May Court 1858

 

Jesse Grooms Heirs ………..On Petition ……….Equity

………cause continued ………

Order Book 10; P. 67; November Court 1858

 

Jesse Groom’s heirs …..On Petition …….Equity

Ordered that the papers in this case be filed away.

Order Book 10; P. 151; May Court 1859

 

Jesse Grooms Heirs Petition for sale of Land ……Equity

……………….Buckner is directed to execute the former decree of sale.

Order Book 10; P. 240; July Court 1859

 

Jesse Groom’s Heirs On Petition

Order Book 10; P. 247; November Court 1859

 

Jesse Grooms Heirs On Petition

…….submitted to court for decree………

Order Book 10; P. 256; November Court 1859

 

Jesse Grooms Heirs On Petition …..Equity

…….Sarah Ann Groom widow of Jesse Groom is appointed commissioner to collect sale bond ………..

Order Book 10; P. 278; November Court 1859

 

Jesse Grooms heirs On Petition ……..Equity

………….cause continued …………..

Order Book 10; P. 339; May Court 1860

 

Jesse Grooms On Petition

……….cause continued……….

Order Book 10; P. 407; July Court 1860

 

Jesse Grooms heirs On Petition …………..Equity

Ordered these causes stand continued.

Order Book 10; P. 457; November Court 1860

 

Jesse Grooms heirs On Petition

……………causes stand continued ……………..

Order Book 10; P. 498; May Court 1861

 

Jesse Groom’s Heirs On Petition

Bond of the receiver Samuel G. Stuart was executed ……..noted.

Order Book 12; P. 5; July Court 1864

 

Jesse Groom’s Heirs On Petition ……….Equity

……….action continued

Order Book 12; P.15; July Court 1864

 

Jesse Groom’s Heirs On Petition

…….report filed and noted

Order Book 12; P. 42; November Court 1864

 

Jesse Groom’s Heirs On Petition ………….Equity

…………….continued

Order Book 12; P. 80; November Court 1864

 

Papers filed

Order Book 12; P. 104; May Court 1865

Grooms, John F. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-17-1947
Grooms, Mrs. Grace Shackleford The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-16-1959
Grooms, Mrs. Miriam DIED-In this city yesterday of old age, Mrs. Miriam Grooms, the widow of the late Jas Grooms,   aged 92 years. Funeral at the home place near Pilot View, services by Rev. J. J. Gilbert.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 23, 1897.

Grooms, Mrs. Myrtle Martin The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-17, 3-18-1975
Grooms, Solomon The Last Will and Testament of Solomon Grooms decd. was proven by oath and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 4; P. 388; February Court 1810

 

Motion of Sarah Grooms the executrix therein named certificate is granted her for obtaining probate there of in due form with Peter Duvell and Martin Duvell security.

Order Book 4; P. 388; February Court 1810

 

Order for the appraisal of the slaves if any and personal estate of Solomon Grooms decd.

Order Book 4; P. 389; April Court 1810

 

Inventory and appraisal of the estate of Solomon Grooms decd. ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 4; P. 437; December Court 1810

Grooms, Stephen H. DIED-At his home in Jessamine county, Wednesday after an illness of three days of pneumonia, Dr. Stephen H. Grooms, aged about sixty-five years. His wife and two grown sons survive him. Mrs. Grooms was Miss Jennie Bush, daughter of the late Fielding Bush, of this county.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, April 2, 1895.

Grose, Mrs. Wanda Mae The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-8, 12-9-2010
Gross, _______ William Gross and George Burkhart went to Harlan Courthouse to attend the trial of James Toliver charged with killing Gross’ brother. As they entered town Gross walked up behind Burkhart and shot him fatally in the back and made his escape.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 19, 1898

Gross, Alvin The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-9-1959
Gross, Anna Louise McKinney The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-1, 2-2, 2-3-2006

Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Tues., 1-31-2006

Gross, Clinton The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-2, 10-3, 10-4, 10-5-2006
Gross, Curtis An Old Grudge The Cause

Two men are dead as the result of a fight on Middle Fork, six miles west of Jackson, Wednesday night.   Jacob Spencer called Curtis Gross out of his house and shot him dead without a word. Samuel Gross, the 18-year-old son of Curtis Gross, sprang out and stabbed Spencer to death, the knife puncturing his heart. No cause except an old grudge is known.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Nov. 13, 1903

Gross, Dayton The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-17, 3-18, 3-29-1938
Gross, Edgar The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-19, 8-20-1991
Gross, Finley The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-3, 6-4-1999
Gross, Garland The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-11-1939
Gross, Gene The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-20, 2-22-2010
Gross, George The Winchester Sun Sat., 4-26-1913
Gross, Granville The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-15, 7-16-1977
Gross, Hargis The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-2-1968
Gross, Ila The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-19-2000
Gross, James V. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 4-5, 4-8-1924
Gross, John H. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-17-1973
Gross, Larry Dale The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-16, 11-17-1999
Gross, Leon C. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-29, 3-1-1996
Gross, Merrill Merrill Gross and Bert Flinchum were shot and instantly killed Saturday night by John Huffman, on Millers Creek, near the Estill and Lee county line. The trouble arose over Gross and Flinchum accusing Huffman’s son of theft. They had arrested him and had him in custody. Huffman demanded his son’s release, which was refused when he immediately proceeded to secure a shotgun and fired on them; killing both men with the same shot.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, October 9, 1908

Gross, Mrs. A. W. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-30, 8-31-1966
Gross, Mrs. Ada Virginia The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-13, 10-14-1987
Gross, Mrs. Clara Chester The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-2, 10-3-1979
Gross, Mrs. Elsie L. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-4, 10-5-1966
Gross, Mrs. Emma The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-1-1913
Gross, Mrs. Frances Rankin The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-5, 11-6-1993
Gross, Mrs. Hillie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 8-10-1926
Gross, Mrs. Ida Vaughn The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-25, 9-26-1995
Gross, Mrs. Josephine R. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-11, 5-12-1960
Gross, Mrs. Lillie Curtis Rice The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-13-1976
Gross, Mrs. Lula Mack The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-11-2001
Gross, Mrs. Marie Leach The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-20-1990
Gross, Mrs. Marlene Gay The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-17-2008
Gross, Mrs. Pearl Bryan Rogers The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-28-1959
Gross, Mrs. Sadie The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-6-1972
Gross, Mrs. Scott The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-21-1934
Gross, Mrs. Victoria The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-13-1939
Gross, Odell The Winchester Sun Thur., 4-30-2009
Gross, Robert F. (Bob) The Winchester Sun   Sat., 7-30-1977
Gross, Roe The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-7-1925
Gross, Roy L. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-19, 10-20-2010
Gross, Russell Clay The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-15-2000
Gross, Samuel The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-15-1927
Gross, Terry Lee The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-27, 4-28-2010
Gross, Tony Mason The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-31-1988
Gross, William The Winchester Sun Sat., 7-19-1947
Gross, William Harrison The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-28-1959
Gross, William P. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-11, 3-12-1971
Gross, Willie (Bill) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-5-1982
Grosshans, Erin The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-21, 8-22-1996
Groumbly, W. H. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-31-1918
Grove, Frank Constable A. Lincoln Kirby shot and killed Frank Grove, a lumber man at Berea, on Wednesday. The difficulty arose over the Constable’s effort to collect a small fine or account from Grove, when the latter made a demonstration to draw a weapon. The Constable pulled his own pistol and shot Grove, killing him almost instantly. A telegram was received by Sheriff Bates, who went to Berea and arrested Kirby and brought him to this city.

Richmond Register

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 9-4-1889

Grove, Homer The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-17-1919
Grove, infant The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-8-1945
Grover, J. D. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-21-1925
Grover, Willie Pine Ridge

Died, at his home in Oklahoma, but formerly of this State, Willie Grover, of consumption.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Sept., 20, 1901

Groves, Albert D. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-19, 6-20-1978
Groves, Albert Jr. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-4-1928
Groves, Annfield Log Lick-Died, Oct., 4th, Miss Annfield Groves. Funeral services by Eld. Wm. Rupard.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 10-10-1888

Groves, Burt The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-13-1930
Groves, Charles The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-11-1914
Groves, D. T. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-1-1914
Groves, George The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-13-1930
Groves, Hensley D. Died, at this place, February 19th, Hensley Groves, of the infirmities incident to old age. Funeral services by Rev. M.P. Lowry and buried in the Pine Ridge cemetery. Uncle Hensley has been a member of the Christian church at Log Lick for about 30 years. He was twice married, both wives have been dead for many years. He leaves no children, no near relatives except one nephew, John Groves, and a niece, Mrs. Samuel Bonar, near Elkin, to mourn his loss. He was 79 years and 12 days old.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, February 28, 1908

 

John Groves, of Elkin, attended the funeral of his uncle, Hensley Groves, last Thursday.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, February 28, 1908

 

Will probated

The will of H.D. Groves is dated December 2, 1895, and is witnessed by J.S. Vivion, J.D. Vivion and S.D. Chism. He left fifty acres of land on which he resided to Wash Curtis, also his one-third undivided interest in thirty acres more. By a codicil, dated October 30, 1899, he left his personal property to the same person and appointed him executor. The codicil is witnessed by Sam Berryman and R.H. Gravitt.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, May 1, 1908

Groves, J. D. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-25-1927
Groves, James James Groves, who formerly lived here, died recently in Scott county of typhoid fever.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, October 13, 1896

Groves, John The old saying that it costs nothing to be polite is evidently a misnomer. The politeness of John Groves, of Gravel Switch, Ky., to the pretty wife of Dave Hayden cost John his life. Groves assisted Mrs. Hayden from the train and escorted her home carrying her bundle for her. Hayden heard of this, hunted Groves up and quietly proceeded to kill him.—Owensboro Inquirer

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, June 14, 1893

Groves, John D. John D. Groves administrator vs. Jesse Sharp & co.

The administrator of James Risen Sr. decd. filed an answer herein.

Order Book 19; P. 249; May Court 1886

Groves, John D. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-20-2003
Groves, John H. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-12-1982
Groves, John William The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-9-1927
Groves, Mary The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-16-2010
Groves, Morton L. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-4, 4-5-1985
Groves, Mrs. Betty Hines The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-3-1994
Groves, Mrs. H. E. The Winchester Sun,   Wed., 4-6-1921
Groves, Mrs. Jane The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-23, 3-24-1914
Groves, Mrs. Mary White The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-16-1965
Groves, Mrs. Sarah Jane The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-22-1923
Groves, Mrs. Sarah Stuart The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-28-1976
Groves, Mrs. Tucker Died-At Ford, Oct. 30th, of consumption, Mrs. Tucker Groves. Funeral services held by Rev. W. B. Cooper.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 11-6-1889

Groves, Mrs. Walter The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-31-1914
Groves, Nancy L. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-1-2010
Groves, Roy Montgomery County news – Roy Groves, 19, of fever.

The Semi-Weekly Sun   6-25-1890

Groves, Ryan Keith The Winchester Sun   Wed., 9-23-2009
Groves-Kerby Killing Constable A. Lincoln Kirby shot and killed Frank Grove, a lumber man at Berea, on Wednesday. The difficulty arose over the Constable’s effort to collect a small fine or account from Grove, when the latter made a demonstration to draw a weapon. The Constable pulled his own pistol and shot Grove, killing him almost instantly. A telegram was received by Sheriff Bates, who went to Berea and arrested Kirby and brought him to this city.

Richmond Register

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 9-4-1889

 

Madison-Jack Elder, of Berea attempted to commit suicide by cutting his throat with a razor.   His imputed complicity in the recent Groves-Kerby killing was the cause.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 9-18-1889

 

Admitted to Bail.

A short time ago we made notice of the arrest in California of A. L. Kerby, of Madison county, who killed a man in that county twelve years ago and fled. He was living in California under an assumed name, and had a family. He acknowledged the killing, but says it was done in self defense. He has made a good citizen since the killing, and much sympathy is felt for him. An officer went to California and brought him to Richmond where he was lodged in jail. Application was made to Judge Scott in this city this week for bail, and he was released on $2,500 bond.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 1, 1901

Grow, Mrs. Blanche The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-23-1938
Growe, Walter The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-6-1956
Grubbs, Alice The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-29-1932
Grubbs, Edward L. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-11-1922
Grubbs, George The Winchester Sun   Sat., 3-6-1943
Grubbs, Hazel The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-31-1920
Grubbs, infant daughter Died-Tuesday, Aug. 13, at the residence of Mr. William Mitchell in Mt. Sterling, Ky., the infant daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Chas. M. Grubbs aged 10 days. The remains were interred in the Lexington cemetery this morning.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 8-14-1889

Grubbs, J. E. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-29, 5-30-1924
Grubbs, Mrs. Allie Graves The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-3, 9-5-1938
Grubbs, Mrs. Mary Died-At the residence in Montgomery, on the 19th inst., of pneumonia, Mrs. Mary Grubbs, wife of Joel H. Grubbs, and a daughter of “Uncle” John Greene, aged 50 years.   She had many relatives and friends in Clark.

The Clark County Democrat   3-24-1880

Grubbs, Mrs. Matilda Miller The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-6-1928
Grubbs, S. J. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-30-1921
Grubbs, Thomas H. The Winchester Sun Fri.,   9-6-1912 The Sun-Sentinel Sat., 9-7-1912
Grubbs, William The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-17-1941
Grubbs, Willie G. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-10, 3-15-1933
Gruber, Lyn T. The Winchester Sun Wed., 11-5-1912
Gruelle, Dan Dan Gruelle, who lived near Cynthiana was taken from his home by a mob and carried some distance to a graveyard where he was hung. Some years ago he bought several thousand dollars worth of cattle and did not pay for them. A mob took him out and strung him up several times, and finally induced him to disgorge about $2300 and made him leave. A short time ago he returned and threatened to kill and burn out several of his neighbors. He also tried to cut his wife’s throat. These are thought to have been the reasons for the lynching.

The Democrat Wednesday March 26, 1890

Gruelle, Wallace Wallace Gruelle, one of the best known newspaper men of the West, died Wednesday at Indianapolis where he was editor of the Labor Signal, the organ of the labor element.   He formerly resided in this city, and for a time was editor of the Winchester Chronicle.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 8-15-1888

Grumbley, Frank C. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 6-20, 6-23-1925
Grumbley, R. Elwood The Winchester Sun   Sat., 10-18, 10-22-1924
Grumfield, Mrs. Samuel The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-29-1922
Grurer, J. H. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-7-1964
Gruver, Mrs. J. H. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 2-7-1966
Guance, Fisher Rouse The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-3-1979
Gubbard, Matt The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-4-1927
Gubser, Frank Died—Mr. Frank Gubser and his wife were buried at the same time Friday at Grant Lick, having died of consumption. Their little daughter is reported dying from the same disease.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 9, 1895

Gubser, Mrs. Frank Died—Mr. Frank Gubser and his wife were buried at the same time Friday at Grant Lick, having died of consumption. Their little daughter is reported dying from the same disease.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, August 9, 1895

Gudgel, Hansford The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-6-1920
Gudgell, Francis Preston The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-27-1948
Gudgell, Palmer The Winchester Sun   Fri., 7-5-1968
Gudgell, Wm. Abe Robinson, who was sent up for life from Anderson county about seven years ago for killing Wm. Gudgell, has been pardoned by Gov. Brown and has gone home to die. He is in the last stages of consumption.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, May 15, 1894

Gudger, Dr. ______ Committed suicide

Dr. Gudger committed suicide in a New York hotel by cutting his throat with a razor. He was a brother to Mrs. Langley, wife of Congressman John W. Langley.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, October 4, 1910

Gudorf, Mrs. Katherine Booth The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-25-1990
Guehring, Mrs. Thelma Crowe The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-22-1948
Guernsey, James Revolutionary War Soldier

List of Revolutionary Soldiers Who Were Citizens Of Clark County, Kentucky

Compiled By Mrs. William D. Clark, Of Hart Chapter, D.A.R.

Chairman Of Revolutionary Soldiers Graves

Winchester, Clark County, Kentucky, Library

Research Room

Guerrant, E. O. Clark County Republican Fri. 4-28-1916
Guerrant, Edward O. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-27-1916
Guerrant, Edward Owings The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-10, 5-11, 5-12-1993
Guerrant, Edward Putney The Winchester Sun   Thur., 6-18, 6-19-1964
Guerrant, John DeVault The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-17-1969
Guerrant, Marshall The Winchester Sun   Tues., 3-6-1951
Guerrant, Mrs. Hattie Davis The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-22-1924
Guerrant, Mrs. Julia Bullard The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-24, 11-25-2006
Guerrant, Mrs. Lucy Mae

Branaman

The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-23, 10-24, 10-25-1985
Guerrant, Mrs. Mary DeVault The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-29-1937
Guerrant, Mrs. Mary Wood The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-25-1958
Guerrant, Mrs. Nancy Crooks The Winchester Sun   Fri., 12-21-1956
Guerrant, Russell H. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-1, 9-2-1964
Guess, Asa The Winchester Sun   Thur., 12-10-1931`
Guess, George                       AA The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-27, 8-30-1920
Guess, James A. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-3, 12-4-1990
Guess, John Henry The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-23, 9-24-1980
Guess, Mrs. ______ Mr. Joe Cunningham, of Ford was called to this city Friday by the death of her aunt, Mrs. Guess.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Feb. 13, 1903

Guess, Mrs. Lurtie The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-22-1931
Guess, Mrs. Mattie Lee The Winchester Sun   Fri., 1-26, 1-30-1990
Guess, Mrs. Nathaniel           AA The Winchester Sun   Sat., 2-2-1918
Guess, Mrs. William The Winchester Sun Fri., 8-9-1912
Guess, Willie Nat The Winchester Sun   Wed., 10-22-1952
Guest, Harrison Both Dead.

Saturday night in the northeastern part of the county near the Bourbon and Montgomery county lines, at the home of Ann Bratton, colored, there was a fatal shooting affray between Frank Ford and Harrison Guest which resulted in the death of both. Ford died instantly and Guest died Sunday night. Guest was 35 years old and married. He had been in the employ of Mr. L. B. Cockrell for the past eleven years and was duly respected.

The following is the verdict of the Coroner’s jury on the death of Ford:

We, the jury, identify the body before us as that of Frank Ford, colored, and that from the evidence produced before us came to his death, we believe, by a pistol wound from the hands of Harrison Guest at the residence of Ann Bratton near Donaldson turnpike.

L. B. Cockrell, E. B. Dooley, T. J. Pendleton, R. L. Bratton, B. C. King, S. E. Eldridge, I. Brinegar, Coroner.

The Sun-Sentinel, Thursday, July 7, 1904

Guest, James (Jim) The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-8-2011
Guest, John                           AA The Winchester Sun Mon., 9-25-1916

Clark County Republican Fri. 9-29-1916

The Semi-Weekly Sun 9-29-1916

Guest, Mrs. Marietta The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-2, 5-3-1983
Guffey, Harry The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-15-1934
Guffey, Lon The Winchester Sun   Fri., 9-4-1931
Guffey, Morace W. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-2-1939
Guffey, O. B. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-12-1951
Guffey, Vada The Winchester Sun   Thur., 4-23-1925
Guffy, E. D. Morgantown, Ky., – E.D. Guffy, of Oklahoma City, Okla., former assistant secretary of state of Kentucky, who was thrown from a buggy at Beaver Dam, died before any of his people except his mother could get to him.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, November 30, 1909

Guffy, James James Guffy, of Pittsburg, Pa., was found frozen to death. In his pockets were a Bible, a deck of cards and a bottle of whisky. It is not difficult to guess which one he had been consulting most frequently.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, February 8, 1898

Guffy, Mrs. Mapala The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-22-1923
Guilfoil, Mrs. Mildred White The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-13-1989
Guilfoil, Mrs. Willie Stokeley

Martin

The Winchester Sun   Wed., 2-20-1991
Guilfoile, Daniel Leonard The Winchester Sun   Wed., 12-16-1914
Guilfoyle, Martin The Winchester Sun   Tues., 12-20-1932
Guinn, Cecil B. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-12-1952
Guinn, Edward N. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 10-20-1922
Guinn, James James Guinn

Born March 22, 1821

Died July 16, 1905

On the evening of June the 29th Mr. Guinn met with the injury that caused his death.   He was knocked down by the wheels of a buggy at the crossing near the Post Office. He did not fully regain consciousness afterwards. His life was spent in this county. No man ever lived in the county who bore a better reputation.   In the days when it cost something to be a republican in Kentucky he was true to his convictions and remained so to the end.

He was married twice.   There were ten children by his first wife of whom four are living; by his last wife, who survives, there were six children; four are living. The funeral services were held Monday at Owen’s Chapel and the burial at the Tuggle grave yard. Truly a good man is gone.

The Sun-Sentinel   Thur., July 20, 1905

Guinn, John On motion of John M. Bronston who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of John Guinn dec. giving security whereupon he together with Warren Frazier entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $50 conditioned as the law directs.

Order Book 10; P. 192; August Court 1834

 

Ordered that B. A. Buckner, W. H. Anan, W. F. Hockaday and Thomas F. Harrow or any 3 of them being first sworn do appraise in current money the slaves if any and personal estate of John Guinn dec. and make report thereto to the court.

Order Book 10; P. 192; August Court 1834

 

Appraisement of the estate of John Guinn dec. returned allowed and ordered to be recorded.

Order Book 10; P. 203; October Court 1834

 

Amount of sales of the estate of John Guinn dec. was produced in court approved of and ordered to be recorded..

Order Book 10; P. 216; January Court 1835

Guinn, John W. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-14, 8-15-1961
Guinn, Mrs. Jennie The Winchester News Wed., 1-17, 1-19, 1-22, 3-28 -1912
Guinn, Mrs. Lula Lowery The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-30-1958
Guinn, Sam R. The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-20-1926
Guinn, Wayne David The Winchester Sun   Mon., 12-14, 12-15-1998
Guinnip, Mrs. Janet Lee The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-6-2008
Gukeisen, Mrs. Beatrice Newton The Winchester Sun Fri., 3-27-2009
Gukeisen, Robert M. The Winchester Sun Thur., 3-26, 3-27, 3-28-2009
Gulette, William The Winchester Sun   Thur., 9-17-1925
Gulick, Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Ewell Renaker were summoned to Falwell Sunday by the death of Lewis Gulick, Mrs. Renaker’s brother.

The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, February 22, 1898

Gulick, Mrs. Mary The Sun Sentinel Thur., 1-19, 1-26-1911
Gullady, Charles E. The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-18-2011
Gullady, James Edward (Ed) The Winchester Sun   Thur., 3-4, 3-5-1982
Gullady, Mrs. Cleeta The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-17-1934
Gullady, Mrs. Ida Fryman The Winchester Sun Wed., 7-3-1985
Gullady, Mrs. Marguerite Hatton The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-22, 9-23-1969
Gullet, Sarah Sarah Gullet, a white girl aged between 22 and 25 years, who at one time cooked for Mr. E. B. Busby, of this city, took a dose of paris green Sunday afternoon at Zera Welch’s near Sideview, where she had been working, and died a few hours afterwards. No reason is known for the action.—Mt. Sterling Gazette

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, September 14, 1894

Gullett, Dade The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-25-1927
Gullett, Elza Newell The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-6-2011
Gullett, J. D. The passenger train from Lexington to this place Saturday night crashed into a hand car a few miles West of this city, and killed one man and seriously hurt another. The foreman’s watch was several minutes too slow and they were thus unaware of the proximity of the passenger train until too late. The man killed was J. D. Gullett a white section hand who hailed from near Morehead. He was instantly killed, his head and chest being crushed. The man injured was a colored man named Dock Hardy. Coroner Boone held an inquest over the remains of the dead man yesterday, which adjourned until tomorrow.

The Democrat   Wednesday, March 20, 1889

 

The Coroner’s jury over the body of J. D. Gullett, the section hand who was killed by as east-bound passenger train on the evening of March 16th, returned a verdict Thursday after several adjournments. It lays the responsibility of the accident upon J. J. Wells, the section boss. From the evidence it appears that he was drunk, which fact occasioned the trouble. A warrant was issued for his arrest, but he had fled and is said to have fled and is said to have gone to Nashville, Tenn.

The Democrat   Wednesday, March 27, 1889

Gullett, Jimmy Laffon The Winchester Sun   Mon., 6-14-1999
Gullett, Lacy Brown The Winchester Sun   Fri., 4-15-1983
Gullett, Leslie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 7-13-1916
Gullett, Mrs. Betty The Winchester Sun   Tues., 5-15-1934
Gullett, Mrs. Catherine Johnston The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-28-1941
Gullett, Mrs. Jeff Mrs. Jeff Gullett, wife of a prominent farmer of Magoffin county, has been placed in jail at Salyersville, charged with having strangled to death her 11-year-old stepson.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 20, 1894.

Gullett, Mrs. Mayme Razor The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-3-1993
Gullett, Newton The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-6-1913
Gullett, Tom The Winchester Sun   Fri., 8-23-1946
Gullett, W. J. The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-5-1913
Gullette, Mrs. Ruth Ann The Winchester Sun Mon., 11-9, 11-12-1998
Gullette, Sam The Winchester Sun   Tues., 11-20-1956
Gullette, William Beverly (Bill) The Winchester Sun   Fri., 6-25-2010
Gulley, Ashley ABOUT sixty years ago Ashley Gulley left Garrard county and went to California. He invested in real estate and mining property which increased in value until he was immensely rich. He died last week and as he was a bachelor, his fortune goes to his two nephews, one of whom is the father of W. M. Gulley, of this city.

The Democrat, Wednesday, February 15, 1893.

Gulley, Lindsey DIED-At his home in Garrard county, Tuesday morning of pneumonia, Lindsey Gulley, aged 56 years.   He was the father of W. M. Gulley, of this city.

The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 22, 1895.

Gulley, Mrs. W. M. Died

Mrs. W. M. Gulley died at Lexington Wednesday night of consumption. Funeral by Eld. Spencer and burial at Lancaster. Mrs. Gulley was for several years a resident of this city where she was quite popular.

The Winchester Democrat   Fri., Feb. 22, 1901

Gullick, Wm. Died

At his home in Falmouth Sunday of paralysis, Wm. Gullick, aged 70 years. He left a family, one of the daughters being Mrs. Ewell Renaker, of this city.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., April 18, 1899

 

The funeral of Wm. Gullick, of whose death we made mention last week took place at his home in Falmouth.   The Pendletonian of that city in a notice of his death says:

“Mr. Gullick was one of the wealthiest men in the county, owning large landed estates and other property personal and real, all of which he made and accumulated by industrious and frugal habits. He was a devoted husband, a kind and indulgent father, and a faithful and true friend. He was also filled with the milk of human kindness and did much to relieve the distresses of many an unfortunate, and not a few will miss his many liberal acts of charity. He was not a member of any church, but was a believer in an All Wise Father and was a Master Mason.”

Mr. Gullick was the father of Mrs. Ewell Renaker, of this city.

The Winchester Democrat   Tue., April 25, 1899

Gullion, E A. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-14-1923
Gully, daughter The Winchester Sun Tues., 2-25-1913
Guloski, Walder The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-29-1922
Gum, Abram The Winchester Sun Sat., 12-28, 12-30-1912
Gum, Albert (Bull) The Winchester Sun   Tues., 9-24, 9-25-1985
Gum, General White Male, Single, Approximately 30 years old, Father-Grant Gum, Mother-Jennifer Holder, Died May 15, 1938 from knife wound to throat, Buried May 17, 1938.

Kentucky Vital Statistics Death Certificate Number 11176, Volume 1938.

 

Lewis Eades Charged with Slaying Friend

Victim’s Body is Found on Kentucky River Bank

Bystanders at Scene of Fight

Defendant Claims His Children Were Abused.

General Gum, 26, ex-convict was stabbed to death late Sunday night on the banks of the Kentucky river opposite Boonesboro bathing beach. Lewis Eades, 40, was arrrested on charges of slaying Gum and was placed in the Clark county jail at two a.m. Monday. Arresting officers were Deputy Sheriffs Harvey Franklin, and Leo Cruse.   Eades told the officers Gum had abused the former’s children and had broken a window in Eades houseboat prior to the slaying. A large pocket knife was used in the slaying, and Gum’s throat was slashed from the right ear to nearly the corresponding point on the other side of his neck. Witnesses said Gum supported himself by a tree limb until he dropped to the ground.   Both men, apparently friendly until the fight, resided on adjoining houseboats docked opposite the beach.   Officers said Gum and Eades had been drinking prior to the slaying. Several persons were aboard Eades’ boat when Eades left and engaged Gum on the banks, officers were informed. Gum’s body was found about ten feet from the water. Officers said his knife was found nearby. The knife allegedly used by Eades had not been turned over to the authorities Monday morning. General Gum recently served a term at the state reformatory for stabbing a Clark countian in the back.   A few years ago, he served a year in the Clark county jail for stabbing a Lexington college student. William Kleiser, a member of a picnic party.   Both stabbings occurred only a short distance from the spot on which Gum died. He had served jail sentences here and in Richmond on numerous other charges. Gum’s body was taken to the Scobee and Barlett funeral home. No arrangements for burial have been made. Survivors include a brother, Bull Gum, of Ford, and a sister who resided at Georgetown. Coroner Ben S. Bartlett said an inquest would be held during Eades’ examining trial before County Judge Joe S. Lindsay, the date for which has not been set.

The Winchester Sun Monday May 16, 1938.

 

Rites Held For General Gum, 26

Funeral service for General Gum, 26, who was knifed to death on the Clark county bank of the Kentucky river at Boonesboro late Sunday night, were conducted in the county Tuesday afternoon at three o’clock Gum is survived by a brother, Albert Gum, of Ford: two sisters, Mrs. Oliver Tuter, of Georgetown, and Mrs. Orville Morris, of Owen county, and his grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Holder, of Clark county. Lewis Eades, 40, Gum’s friend and fishing partner, was in the Clark county jail Tuesday afternoon on charges of fatally stabbing Gum.   Eades’ examining trial before Clark County Judge Joe S. Lindsay probably will be held Friday. A coroner’s inquest will be conducted at the same time.

The Winchester Sun Tuesday May 17, 1938.

 

The Winchester Sun   Wed., 5-18-1938

 

Eades Freed in Slaying of Gum

A warrant charging Lewis Eades with the fatal stabbing May 15 of General Gum, was dismissed at his examining trial Saturday before County Judge Joe S. Lindsay. Eades claimed that he stabbed Gum in self-defense.   A coroner’s jury which heard the testimony in a joint hearing under Coroner Ben S. Bartlett, returned a verdict stating that Gum died as the result of knife wounds inflicted by Eades.   The slaying occurred on the Clark bank of the Kentucky river, opposite Boonesboro bathing beach. The two men were fishing partners and lived in adjoining houseboats.

The Winchester Sun Monday May 23, 1938.

Gum, Mrs. Allie The Winchester Sun   Fri., 11-9-1962
Gum, Mrs. Betty Durbin The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-27-1973
Gum, Mrs. Donna The Winchester Sun   Sat., 11-17-1990
Gum, Mrs. Marie Johnson The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-13-1988
Gum, Mrs. Mary E. The funeral services of Mrs. Mary E. Gum, aged fifty-four, who died at one o’clock Friday, was held at her late residence on the Todds road Sunday morning at nine o’clock, Rev. Graham, of Georgetown officiating. The interment was in the family lot in the Lexington cemetery. She leaves a husband and eleven children.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, May 7, 1909

Gum, Mrs. Nannie Gladys The Winchester Sun   Mon., 9-16-1985
Gumm, _________

(Tunget shot Gumm)

The Winchester Sun   Sat., 8-24-1946
Gumm, Ella The Winchester Sun Sat., 10-30-1920
Gumm, John A. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 9-17-1927
Gumm, Mrs. T. M. The Winchester Sun   Sat., 5-19-1928
Gund, John The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-6-1922
Gund, Mrs. Karoline Bohn The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-22-1934
Gunkel, Augusta The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-3-1967
Gunkel, Mrs. Mary The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-17, 10-18-1978
Gunn, John A. Hopkinsville, Ky., – Hardening of the arteries, from which he had been suffering seven years, caused the death of Dr. John A. Gunn. He was 69 years of age and a confederate soldier.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, December 28, 1909

Gunn, John Tevis The Winchester Sun   Wed., 11-2-1921
Gunsauls, Thos. Bourbon; Thos. Gunsauls committed suicide by hanging himself in his barn.

The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, April 1, 1891

Gurlay, Otha The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-29-1926
Gurley, Charles The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-30-1922
Gurley, Shirley The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-7-1992
Guseman, Mrs. Thornton Lisle The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-10-1945
Gussenhoven, John The Winchester Sun   Sat., 1-24-1970
Gutermuth, Mrs. Alma Lelia The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-18-1938
Guthrie, Fairbanks The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-28-1929
Guthrie, Mrs. Annie Montgomery-Died-In Mt. Sterling, Mrs. Annie Guthrie, of consumption.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 11-6-1889

 

Rev. J. Pike Powers on Monday of last week preached the funeral of Mrs. W. P. Guthrie, who died in Mt. Sterling of consumption.

The Winchester Democrat     Wed., 11-6-1889

Guthrie, Mrs. Bettie Montgomery – In Mt. Sterling, Mrs. Bettie Guthrie, of consumption.

The Winchester Democrat   Wednesday 11-6-1889

Guthrie, Mrs. Ellen MacKay The Winchester Sun   Fri., 2-1-1929
Guthrie, Mrs. Margaret Thompson The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-9-1939
Guthrie, Mrs. Nellie The Winchester Sun   Thur., 8-24-1922
Guthrie, Mrs. William The Winchester Sun   Wed., 8-28-1929
Guthrie, Oscar The Winchester Sun   Mon., 3-29-1926
Guthrie, Pete The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-24-1946
Guthrie, Rufus Rufus Guthrie, a bright 7-year-old son of Francis Guthrie, of Frankfort, was drowned Friday while bathing in the river at the foot of the L & N bridge. His mother was with   him and saw him drown, and is almost crazed with grief.

The Winchester Democrat   Tuesday, July 21, 1896

Guthrie, William Robert The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-11-1938
Guy, Charles S. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 7-9-1923
Guy, Ed                                 AA The Winchester Sun   Thur., 1-22-1931
Guy, Ester (Aunt)                   AA The Winchester Sun   Tues., 1-20-1914
Guy, Finley G. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 1-20, 1-21-1954
Guy, infant daughter The infant daughter of W. B. Guy died Tuesday, aged three months.

The Democrat, Wednesday, October 5, 1892.

Guy, Jimmy Kelly The Winchester Sun   Tues., 6-14-1960
Guy, John Mr. John Guy, an old citizen of this county, who lived near Kiddville, died one day last week.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Tue., 3-4-1879

 

Robert Nelson, S. T. Martin and W. B. Kidd have been appointed appraisers of the estate of John Guy dec’d.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Tue., 3-25-1879

 

Yesterday Lucy Guy was appointed guardian of Finley G. Guy, Wm. B. Guy, Robt. M. Guy and Millard Guy, under 14 years of age, and Mary M. Guy, over 14 years of age, came into open court and chose Lucy Guy as her guardian.

The Semi-Weekly Sun     Tue., 5-27-1879

Guy, John The Sun Sentinel Thur., 3-9, 3-16-1911
Guy, John C. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 7-29, 7-30-1970
Guy, John Lawrence The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-29-1962
Guy, Lawrence (Porter) The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-27-2008
Guy, M. C. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 3-31-1920
Guy, Mattie Lee The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-26, 8-27-1929
Guy, Mrs. Belle Niblack The Winchester Sun   Tues., 4-29, 4-30-1947
Guy, Mrs. Charles S. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-13-1935
Guy, Mrs. Ella The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-19-1951
Guy, Mrs. Julia Hicks The Winchester Sun   Tues., 7-27-2004
Guy, Mrs. Lucy The Winchester Sun   Mon., 1-7-1924
Guy, Mrs. Martha Evelyn The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-23-1978
Guy, Mrs. Mary M. The Winchester Sun Sat., 1-30-1988
Guy, Mrs. Mary T. Age 30, female, she was married, she was a house keeper, she was born in Clark County, KY, her parents were Samuel and Margaret Hodkins, she lived in Clark County, KY, she died March 26, 1858 in Clark County KY, of pneumonia.

CCKD

Guy, Mrs. Minnie Lou The Winchester Sun   Thur., 2-11-1954
Guy, Mrs. Rosa Clark The Winchester Sun   Sat., 12-14, 12-16-1968
Guy, Nannie Age 1 year and 8 months, female, she was born in Clark County, KY, her parents were Alford and Arzela Guy, her father was born in Clark County, KY, her mother was born in Mercer, County, KY, she died in Clark County, KY, July 7, 1861 of inflammation of stomach and heart.

CCKD

Guy, Nellie The Winchester Sun Sat.,   3-2-1912
Guy, Paul M. The Winchester Sun   Mon., 10-4-1999
Guy, Phil                               AA The Winchester Sun   Mon., 5-29-1922
Guy, Robert The Winchester Sun   Mon., 8-15-1927
Guy, Robert M. The Winchester Sun   Wed., 4-11-1928
Guy, Robert Samuel The Winchester Sun   Thur., 5-9-1957
Guy, William Died in Missouri

William Guy died at his home in Calloway county, Missouri, a few days ago. He was a native of this county, but left here about forty-five years ago and has since resided in Missouri. He leaves a wife and several children. The former was formerly Miss Tate who at the time of her marriage lived in that portion of Clark county which is now embraced in Powell county. Chas. S. Guy and Finley G. Guy, of this county, are nephews of the deceased.

The Winchester Democrat   Friday, November 2, 1906

Guy, William Cole (Bill) The Winchester Sun   Mon., 4-22-2002
Guyn, Marion Eugene The Winchester Sun   Fri., 3-29-1929
Guyn, Mrs. Florida The Winchester Sun   Tues., 10-15-1929
Guynn, Hugh HUGH GUYNN, on of the wealthiest farmers in Woodford county, suicided at his home near Troy, Wednesday, by hanging himself in the barn. He was in bad health and despondent.

The Democrat, Wednesday, November 26, 1890.

Guynn, J. C. The Winchester Sun   Fri., 5-30-1919
Guynn, Mrs. Anna Belle The Winchester Sun   Mon., 11-19-1923
Guyot, Steven Wayne