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|Yaden, George||The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-30-1923|
|Yaden, Mrs. Dollie||The Winchester Sun Sat., 8-22-1981|
|Yadon, Mrs. Jane Holladay||The Winchester Sun Wed., 10-7, 10-8-1970|
|Yager, John T.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-2-1931|
|Yancey, F. H.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-13, 6-14-1944|
|Yancey, Joe B.||The Winchester Sun Wed., 11-16-1927|
|Yancey, Lonnie||The Winchester Sun Sat., 8-31-1918|
|Yancey, Mrs. Sarah K.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-7-1913|
|Yancey, Silas||The Winchester Sun Thur., 3-12-1925|
|Yancey, Worth Bryan||The Winchester Sun Tues., 8-27-1912, The Sun-Sentinel Sat. 8-31-1912|
|Yancy, Louis L.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-29, 6-30-1989|
|Yancy, Mrs. Emma Shelby||The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-6, 12-7-1993|
|Yandell, Leon||A life sentenceIn the Fayette Circuit court Friday a jury brought in a verdict sentencing of Dave McQueen to the penitentiary for life for the murder of Leon Yandell. Yandell was superintendent of a gang of men engaged in building an interurban road and McQueen was a negro laborer employed under him.
The Winchester Democrat Tuesday, December 14, 1909
|Yanky, Lois||The Winchester Sun, Tues., 5-31-1921|
|Yantis, infant son||Died—Wednesday night, of pneumonia, the infant son of Samuel Yantis, of South Maple street, aged eight months. The remains will be taken today to Lancaster for interment.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, February 19, 1897|
|Yantis, Mrs. Lizzie T.||The Winchester Sun Sat., 4-9-1955|
|Yantis, Mrs. Maggie Lear||The Winchester Sun Wed., 12-15, 12-16-1937|
|Yantis, Mrs. Mary||Death Of Mrs. YantisMrs. Mary Yantis, wife of Elijah Yantis died Wednesday afternoon at her home on Boone street, aged 23 years, after a lingering illness of many weeks. The funeral will be preached at the Baptist Church at ten o’clock this morning by Dr. B. B. Bailey, assisted by Rev. Richard French and Eld. C. J. Armstrong and the remains will be buried in the Winchester Cemetery. Mrs. Yantis was the youngest daughter of Judge J. N. Conkwright and was a true christian lady, of brightest intellect and charming personality. She was for some time one of the most popular teachers in the city schools. She leaves a husband and little babe, the latter only a few weeks old.
The Winchester Democrat Fri., Sept. 18, 1903
|Yantis, S. S.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 9-21-1928|
|Yarber, George Henry||The Winchester Sun Fri., 10-13-1967|
|Yarber, George R.||The Winchester Sun Wed., 7-14-2010|
|Yarber, Martha Ann||The Winchester Sun Sat., 2-13-1993|
|Yarber, Milton||The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-22-1934|
|Yarber, Mrs. Ada LeonaWilloughby||The Winchester Sun Mon., 6-28-1976|
|Yarber, Mrs. Milton||The Winchester Sun Mon., 11-5-1923|
|Yarber, Mrs. Minnie||Death of Mrs. YarberMrs. Minnie Yarber, wife of William Yarber, died Tuesday at her home near Pine Grove, of pneumonia, aged twenty-three years. The remains were buried the following day in the Winchester cemetery, services at the grave by Rev. J.H. MacNeill. Mr. and Mrs. Yarber were married by Mr. MacNeill last September.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, February 14, 1908
Misses Lydia and Georgia Brumagen were called to Old Pine Grove last Tuesday to the funeral of the former’s niece, Mrs. Will Yarbor.
The Winchester Democrat Tuesday, February 25, 1908
Of our devoted sister, Minnie Yarber, aged twenty-two years, who departed this life February 11th. She is gone, but her memory shall ever live. She was a devoted sister, and we not only mourn her loss as a sister but as a wife. When the curtain of winter is drawn aside and beautiful spring spreads its mantle of sunshine over the earth and sprouts its beautiful flowers, then we miss her most. Grieve not, dear husband, for she is where things are ever beautiful, and when heaven and earth shall become as one, those whom she loved shall join her in her beautiful resting place, where sorrows and sadness are no more. She has gone, we miss her; but her spirit has gone to a better world.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, February 28, 1908
|Yarber, Tom||John and Tom Yarber, two brothers, quarreled over a girl at Enterprise Friday, and John shot his brother, killing him instantly.The Winchester Democrat Wed., 8-17-1892|
|Yarber, William Ray||The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-6, 2-7-1978|
|Yarborough, Elijah||Killed By TrainElijah Yarborough, about 35 years of age, was run over by the train near the railroad crossing on Washington street Saturday night. The Coroner’s jury identified the remains and gave the facts of his death without details. No one is known to have seen it. The head, right arm and leg were cut off. There is no suspicion of foul play.
The Sun-Sentinel Thur., Nov. 2, 1905
|Yarbrough, daughter||Died-On the 30th of March, infant daughter of Mr. And Mrs. Elijah Yarbrough. Burial at the family graveyard. The bereaved parents have the sympathy of the neighborhood.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, April 9, 1895.|
|Yarbrough, Geneva Sue||The Winchester Sun Thur., 9-2-2010|
|Yarbrough, Mrs. John||Mrs. John Yarbrough, died at her home near the junction of the Mt. Sterling and North Middletown pikes, Sunday night of consumption. Her funeral was preached yesterday by Eld. J. W. Harding at the church of Christ on Fairfax street and the remains were interred at the old family graveyard of Johnson Watts.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, January 18, 1898|
|Yarbrough, Mrs. Mary||Mr. and Mrs. Lew McEwan were called to Montgomery county Sunday by a telegram announcing the death of Mrs. McEwan’s mother, Mrs. Mary Yarbrough.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 7, 1898|
|Yarbrough, Mrs. Sarah||Wills ProbatedThe will of Mrs. Sarah Yarbrough, late of Wades Mill, was probated yesterday. She leaves her estate, consisting of a house and lot to her son, Alfred Yarbrough, and cuts off her sons, James and Milton, with one dollar each. Alfred Yarbrough as named as executor.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, January 26, 1897
Will Book 2, Page 211
Dated: August 17, 1892
Recorded: January 25, 1897
|Yarger, Terry Joe||The Winchester Sun Wed., 10-9-1985|
|Yarnall, Albert L.||The Winchester Sun Wed., 12-10-1913|
|Yarrington, John Duvall||The Winchester Sun Sat., 6-3-1922|
|Yarutis, Leo Stanley||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-22-2010|
|Yate, Mary||DIED-Miss Mary Yate, who was buried at Connersville, Ind., Saturday was a music teacher and an indefatigable worker in the cause of temperance. She requested before she died that when death came the corpse should be “laid out” on the piano, and that the funeral sermon should be a lecture on temperance and the speaker to represent the deceased as talking to her friends. The instructions were faithfully carried out.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, June 18, 1895.|
|Yates, Ben||The Winchester Sun Thur., 4-22-1926|
|Yates, Ben F.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 7-27, 8-5-1925|
|Yates, Brownlee||DIED-This week at his home in Madison county, Brownlee Yates, aged about years. His wife who died many years ago was Miss Eubank of this county and has numerous relatives here.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 15, 1895.|
|Yates, Carl Edwin||The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-23-1996|
|Yates, Charlotte||CHARLOTTE YATES, the 17-year old daughter of R. W. Yates, of Webster county, committed suicide Friday because her father slapped her.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, April 17, 1894.|
|Yates, county judge___||Greed for officeThe greed for office is shown when a vacancy unexpectedly occurs. County Judge Yates, of Scott county, died this week and in less than twelve hours Gov. Willson received three applications for his successor. Deputy Marshal Clint Allen was killed this week at Mt. Sterling and before he was buried numerous applications for his place had been made.
The Winchester Democrat Tuesday, December 27, 1910
|Yates, David||The Winchester Sun Mon., 10-2, 10-3-1963|
|Yates, Elmer||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-14-1927|
|Yates, Ernest W.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 7-23, 7-26-2010|
|Yates, Gale||The Winchester Sun Wed., 6-17-1925|
|Yates, George||A Strange Cane.George Yates, who was a member of the Orphan Brigade, brother of Judge J. J. Yates, was killed at the battle of Chickamauga, in 1863 and his body was buried in a trench on the battle field. In 1886 the body was exhumed and removed to Frankfort. Jake Sandusky a comrade, was present when the trench was opened, and it was found that a small hickory tree had grown up through the body and its roots were entwined with the bones. Mr. Sandusky cut the stick and had it made into a walking cane. Judge Yates heard of this and had long tried in every way to find the whereabouts of Mr. Sandusky that he might secure the stick, but without success. Last week he located him at Wilmore, Ky. He wrote to him and a few days ago received from him the cane. It is a heavy stick beautifully polished with a silver head.—Georgetown Times.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 25, 1898
|Yates, George A.||Prominent Professor Dies.Covington, Ky., Nov. 16.-In the death of Prof. George A. Yates, who passed away Sunday morning, Covington loses one of its old and most honorable citizens, a man who has probably done more for the education and welfare of the present generation during the last 40 years than any other man in the city. Prof. Yates had been ailing for a year. Covington, Ky., Nov. 17.-The funeral of the late George Yates, principal of the Third district school, took place Tuesday at 10 o’clock from the family residence. Rev. George A. Miller, of the first Christian church, preached the funeral sermon after which the remains were laid to rest in Highland cemetery.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, November 20, 1903.
|Yates, George Wallace||The Winchester Sun Mon., 9-20, 9-24-1954|
|Yates, Gilbert||The Winchester Sun Thur., 4-22-1948|
|Yates, Glenn M. (Papa)||The Winchester Sun Sat., 8-28, 8-30-1999|
|Yates, Henry AA||HENRY YATES, colored, who brutally murdered Joe Williams, also colored, for which he was given a sentence of twenty-one years in the penitentiary, died there last week.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, March 13, 1894.|
|Yates, Jesse||Mr. William Clark, of near Skinner’s Mill, Clark county, will shortly remove to this city to reside. He will probably engage in the business of handling fine horses. Mr. Clark’s wife is a daughter of the late Jesse Yates, of this county. He is a good citizen and we will welcome him among us.—Mt. Sterling Sentinel-Democrat.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 26, 1895|
|Yates, John (Bad John)||The Winchester Sun Mon., 4-3-1916|
|Yates, Matilda AA||Matilda Yates, a colored woman was run over and killed by the K & C train at Lewisburg Friday.The Winchester Democrat Tuesday, January 17, 1896|
|Yates, Mrs. Amanda AA||The Winchester Sun Wed., 4-22-1925|
|Yates, Mrs. Beatrice||The Winchester Sun Wed., 4-29, 5-1-1987|
|Yates, Mrs. Brownlee||DIED-This week at his home in Madison county, Brownlee Yates, aged about hears. His wife who died many years ago was Miss Eubank of this county and has numerous relatives here.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, March 15, 1895.|
|Yates, Mrs. Charlotte Leah||The Winchester Sun Fri., 7-5-1991|
|Yates, Mrs. Jannie AA||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-26-1928|
|Yates, Mrs. Letha Schmidt||The Winchester Sun Thur., 11-20, 11-21-1975|
|Yates, Mrs. Mattie Bell||The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-22-1922|
|Yates, Mrs. Nancy KavanaughCrooke||The Winchester Sun Sat., 8-24-1940|
|Yates, Mrs. S. N.||DEATHS Sept, 19th, near Sturgeon, Mo., Mrs. S. N. Yates, age 79 years. The deceased was a native of this county, and lived here many years. Her maiden name was Sarah Jackson. She was a daughter of Col. Francis Jackson, and a half sister to Mrs. W. H. Ecton, of this city. Her first husband was Willis Daniel, a half uncle of E. S. Jouett, Sr., who lived on the Paris pike, on the farm now owned by Dr. Wash. Miller. Her second husband was a Missourian. The manner of her death was peculiar. A slight blister appeared on her foot which spread rapidly and in a few days mortification took place from which death ensued.The Democrat, Wednesday, October 7, 1891.|
|Yates, Mrs. Sarah F.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-16-1940|
|Yates, Mrs. Sidney||The Winchester Sun Thur., 4-18, 6-26, 7-1, 7-3-1935|
|Yates, Robert||PREVENTED ARREST.A Young Man Shot and Killed By His Father-in-Lay While Resisting Arrest.
Brookville, Ky., July 6.-Robert Yates, a well-known young man, was shot and killed by his father-in-law, Thomas Kinney. For some time they have been enemies, and Yates had threatened to kill Kinney and also his son, George B. Kinney, who is a prominent young attorney of the Bracken Bar association. About 10 o’clock at night Yates returned home, after a trip down town, and soon after his arrival home, it is said, he had a quarrel with his wife and made some threats, which were overheard by some near-by-neighbors. An officer was sent for, and Tom Kinney, who is city marshal, started with mayor Bradford to make the arrest. It was a little after 10 o’clock when they arrived at the home of Yates. As soon as he was Kinney and Bradford he drew his pistol and fired, but missed. He attempted to fire again, but by this time Kinney had fired the fatal shot. The ball penetrated Yates’ heart. Kinney surrendered to County Judge Minor. Mrs. Yates, the only daughter of Kinney and the wife of the murdered man, is almost prostrated with grief.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, July 10, 1900.
|Yates, Robert||The Winchester Sun Thur., 3-28-1929|
|Yates, Sidney (John)||The Winchester Sun Thur., 4-18, 6-26, 7-1, 7-3-1935|
|Yates, W. N.||Operator Killed By A TrainLatonia, Ky., Oct. 18
W. N. Yates, aged 24, telegraph operator here was struck by an L. & N. train at Milldale Wednesday morning, and died later at St. Elizabeth’s hospital. He stepped on the tracks, not seeing the train.
The Winchester Democrat Tue., Oct. 23, 1900
|Yates, Walker||Boy drops deadHarrodsburg, Ky., July 2 – Walker Yates a 17-year-old boy, dropped dead near here
while chopping wood.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, July 3, 1896
|Yeager, Charles Edgar||The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-19-1983|
|Yeager, James Farris Jr.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 3-20-1931|
|Yeager, Mrs. Marie H.||The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-31, 2-1-2007|
|Yeager, Thomas (Huck)||The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-30-1932|
|Yeager, Thomas C.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 9-18-1958|
|Yeager, W. H.||Fatal Quarrel Over Cards.Avalon, Catalina Islands, Cal., Aug. 14.-W. H. Yeager, who registered at the Hotel Metropol June 23 from Louisville, Ky., was shot and killed by A. H. Boyd, of Los Angeles, in a saloon here Wednesday. The shooting was the result of a quarrel over a card game. Boyd is under arrest.
The Winchester Sentinel, Wednesday, August 20, 1902.
|Yeargers, Mrs. Genevieve Burdge||The Winchester Sun Wed., 10-1, 10-2-1986|
|Yearhaus, Martha||The Winchester Sun Mon., 7-26-1926|
|Yeary, Andy||The Winchester Sun Thur., 4-15-1920|
|Yeary, baby||DodgeThe family of Chas. Yeary have all been sick with measles. The youngest child, a little baby died Saturday.
The Sun-Sentinel Thur., Jan. 28, 1904
|Yeary, Billy Brown||The Winchester Sun Wed., 4-28-1999|
|Yeary, C. D. Sr.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 10-19-1945|
|Yeary, Charles David||The Winchester Sun Fri., 2-8-1946|
|Yeary, Charles G.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 12-19, 12-20-1975|
|Yeary, Claude Edward||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-25, 3-26-1963|
|Yeary, Cliff P.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 6-8, 6-9-1953|
|Yeary, Daniel D.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 4-2-1965|
|Yeary, Edward N. (Ed)||The Winchester Sun Fri., 9-4-1992|
|Yeary, Henry Davis||The Winchester Sun Thur., 7-12-2001|
|Yeary, Joe||The Winchester Sun Thur., 9-9-1993|
|Yeary, Mrs. Betty Ray Shearer||The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-12, 5-13-2011|
|Yeary, Mrs. C. E.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 9-25-1919|
|Yeary, Mrs. Carrie Rupard||The Winchester Sun Sat., 7-1, 7-3-1961|
|Yeary, Mrs. Kathryn L.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 12-26, 12-27-1968|
|Yeary, Mrs. Mary Howell||The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-1, 1-2-1940|
|Yeary, Mrs. Melba Page||The Winchester Sun Tues., 9-8-2009|
|Yeary, Mrs. Virginia Karrick||The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-13-1995|
|Yeary, Samuel H.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 3-8-1994|
|Yeary, Stephen Karrick||The Winchester Sun Tues., 7-5-1988|
|Yeary, Timothy L.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 6-16, 6-17-1995|
|Yeary, Woodie Allen||The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-5-2009|
|Yeast, Joseph||A Strange CoincidenceNeighbors Fell Dead At The Same Hour On Their Kentucky Farms
Burgin, Ky., Dec. 16
George Linney, aged 90, one of the oldest farmers in the county, fell dead at his home, near McAfee. He fell in the arms of his wife, uttering no word. He was in robust health a few minutes previous.
Joseph Yeast died about the same time. He lived near Linney, and, seized with epileptic fit, plunged forward into the fire, his head being almost burned from his shoulders ere any of the family arrived on the scene.
The Winchester Democrat Fri., Dec. 19, 1902
|Yeast, Mrs. Lizzie Springate||The Winchester Sun Sat., 3-23-1929|
|Yeates, Larkin B.||Ordered that Larkin B. Yeary be appointed commissioner of the tax in this county in the first district for the year 1834- who made oath thereto as the law directs giving security whereupon he together with William Smart entered into and ordered their bond in penalty of $300 condition as the law directs.Order Book 10; P. 168; February Court 1834
Larkin B. Yeates one of the commissioners of the tax for the year 1834 allowed the sum of $35.62 year for his services as such which is ordered to be certified to the Auditor of Public Records.
Order Book 10; P. 180; May Court 1834
Ordered that William Ritchie be appointed commissioner in place of L. B. Yeates dec. to settle and adjust the accounts with executors, administrators and guardians in this county.
Order Book 11; P. 137; May Court 1842
|Yeiser, Beverly G.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-5, 2-6-2007|
|Yeiser, Fred||Died Of The GripPaducah, Ky., Jan. 25
Fred Yeiser, aged 78, formerly of Danville and Lexington, Ky., but lately of Tampa, Fla., died here Monday of grip at the home of D. A. Yeiser, ex-mayor. A nephew, Henry Yeiser, lives in Cincinnati
The Winchester Democrat Tue., Jan. 31, 1899
|Yeiser, Gerald N. (Gerry)||The Winchester Sun Fri., 4-10, 4-11, 4-13-2009|
|Yeiser, Hilary Newton||The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-1-1980|
|Yeiser, John||Three Deaths From MeningitisHenderson, Ky., March 9
There have been three deaths in the county from meningitis since Sunday. Dr. John Yeiser, of Spring Grove, Union county, aged 85 years, and a very prominent young man, died with the disease.
The Winchester Democrat Tue., March 14, 1899
|Yeiser, K. N.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-12-1952|
|Yeiser, Mrs. Bert||The Winchester Sun Sat., 4-19, 4-21-1969|
|Yeiser, Mrs. Sudie F.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-28-1966|
|Yeiser, Mrs. Winfred Gayle||The Winchester Sun Thur., 12-22, 12-23-1983|
|Yeldell, Jasper||DeathsJasper Yeldell, an orphan boy, died Friday at the home of his uncle J. P. Bush in this city. The remains were buried in the Winchester cemetery Saturday. The deceased’s parents died when he was quite young. He was never in good health. About two months ago, suffering from the ravages of consumption, he came to the home of his uncle where he was tenderly cared for to the end.
The Sun-Sentinel Thur., April 28, 1904
|Yellman, Mrs. Ida||DIED-Friday, at her home in Lexington, after a long illness. Mrs. Ida Yellman, wife of Wm. Yellman. She was a sister of Mrs. A. G. Bush, and as Miss Ida Shields will be remembered by many of our people.The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, November 6, 1894.|
|Yelton, Clifford||The Winchester Sun Thur., 8-9, 8-10-1928|
|Yelton, Esther||The Winchester Sun Thur., 8-9, 8-10-1928|
|Yelton, Evelyn||The Winchester Sun Thur., 8-9, 8-10-1928|
|Yelton, Rollie||The Winchester Sun Thur., 8-9, 8-10-1928|
|Yewel, Sidney||THE appraisers of the estate of Sidney Yewel, of Owensboro, who lived the life of a typical miser and died alone in an old rookery a few weeks ago, presumably from falling down stairs and breaking his neck, have made their report to the County Court. The report shows that he leaves an estate worth fully $200,000. He was estimated to be worth anywhere from $10,000 to $75,000.The Democrat, Wednesday, February 1, 1893.|
|Ylvisker, Mrs. Margaret Beard||The Winchester Sun Thur., 7-12, 7-14-1956|
|Yocum, Charles Duff||The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-2-1953; Sat., 1-2-1954|
|Yocum, Charles William||The Winchester Sun Fri., 8-17-1956|
|Yocum, Elmer||DIED.Rev. Elmer Yocum died at his home in Kilbourne, Wis., Thursday, aged 92 years. Dr. Yocum was born in Miflin county, Penn. He was a member of the famous General Conference held in New York which tried and suspended a Bishop for having married a wife who owned slaves. The incident led to the separation of the Methodism North and South. Dr. Yocum is supposed to have been the only survivor of that conference.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 18, 1898.
|Yocum, Isam||The Winchester Sun Mon., 10-15-1934|
|Yocum, John||At Jackson Sunday, George Blanton, nephew of County Attorney Blanton, shot and killed John Yocum in a saloon fight.The Sun-Sentinel Thur., Oct. 27, 1904|
|Yocum, Mrs. Laura||The Winchester Sun Tues., 7-22, 7-23-1952|
|Yocum, Mrs. Lucy Curry||The Winchester Sun Mon., 7-22, 7-23-1957|
|Yocum, Samuel||The Winchester Sun Thur., 12-4-1958|
|Yohe, Marcus L.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 10-30-1917|
|Yonts, Albert||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-12-1917|
|Yonts, Brock||The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-23-1927|
|York, Elmer Jr.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-3, 12-4-2001|
|York, George||The Winchester Sun Wed., 12-28-1921|
|York, Hassen||The Winchester Sun Sat., 9-4-1926|
|York, James||Suing For DamagesOwensboro, Ky., May 23
Mrs. Vina York, mother of James York, the boy that was killed by a live wire of the city electric light plant, is suing for $50,000 damages against the city and Westinghouse-Church-Kerr Co.
The Winchester Democrat Tue., May 28, 1901
|York, James||The Winchester Sun Thur., 12-5-1912|
|York, James H.||James R. York, a wealthy farmer of Anderson county, was assassinated at his home last Friday. His brother, W. H. York is charged with the crime.The Sun-Sentinel Thur., Aug. 24, 1905
Bast Was Unmoved
The Jury Sentenced Him To The Penitentiary For Life
Lawrenceburg, Ky., Jan. 8
After being out less than four hours the jury in the case against James Bast, for the willful murder of James H. York, who was killed at his home near here five months ago filed into court and returned the following verdict: “We the jury, find the defendant guilty as charged in the indictment, and fix his punishment at confinement in the penitentary for life.” Bast was unmoved by the words of the clerk when he read the verdict, and maintains the same stolid indifference that he has manifested throughout the trial. Counsel for the defense will file a motion and grounds for a new trial. If this is overruled they will take the case to the court of appeals.
The Winchester Democrat Fri., Jan. 12, 1906
A Life Sentence
William H. York was on Thursday given a life sentence by the Anderson Circuit Court for the murder of his brother, James H. York, some months ago. He is more than seventy years old and is in very feeble health.
The Winchester Democrat Tue., Jan. 16, 1906
|York, Mary||The Winchester Sun Fri., 3-31-1933|
|York, Matthew Glen||The Winchester Sun Thur., 12-19-1991|
|York, Mike||The Winchester Sun Wed., 8-3-1988|
|York, Mrs. Earlene||The Winchester Sun Tues., 12-29-2009|
|York, Mrs. Maggie||The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-11-2010|
|York, Mrs. Martha||The Winchester Sun Tues., 12-13-1927, Mon., 3-26, 4-24, 4-25, 9-25-1928|
|York, Mrs. Robert P.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 4-16, 4-17-1946|
|York, Robert Pierce||The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-12-1988|
|York, son||The Winchester Sun Tues., 8-23-1932|
|York, William||Died from woundWilliam York, of Montgomery county, who was shot by Lloyd Willoughby on election day died a week later. He stated that there had been no trouble between them and that Willoughby shot him without cause.
The Winchester Democrat Tuesday, November 22, 1910
|York, Willie||The Winchester Sun Fri., 3-31-1933|
|Yost, Thomas G.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-7-1936|
|You, Mattie||John Martin who killed Mattie You, at Gum Springs, was given only four years by the jury the other day. This was one of the most cold-blooded murders in the annals of Bell county and the citizens are indignant over the light sentence.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 1, 1893|
|Youell, Mrs. Abbie||The Winchester Sun Mon., 6-23, 6-25-1952|
|Young School Teacher||One of the most fiendish crimes ever known in Kentucky is reported from Sandy Hook, the county seat of Elliott. A young school teacher was thrown from her horse, frightened by two Wilcox brothers, each of whom the girl had refused to marry. With a leg and arm broken she was chained in a deserted cabin, where she was kept a prisoner since the middle of April, and slowly dying was made the victim of her captors’ lust. Last Tuesday a posse headed by her brother, found the girl, who died fifteen minutes later. The Wilcox brothers were captured, confessed, and were promptly shot to death.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, May 27, 1891|
|Young, Alfred||The Winchester Sun Tues., 5-6, 5-7-1913|
|Young, Amster AA||The Winchester Sun Sat., 10-2-1926|
|Young, Anderson||Ann E. Young orphan of Anderson Young dec. this made choice of Andrew S. Keith as her guardian whereupon he together with William S. Downey his security entered ………bond …………penalty of $200.Order Book 12; P. 380; June Court 1851|
|Young, Beatty||The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-7-1985|
|Young, Bennett H.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-24=1919|
|Young, Bernice||The Winchester Sun, Tues., 3-22-1921|
|Young, Bill||The Winchester Sun Fri., 6-28-1935|
|Young, Brady||The Winchester Sun Mon., 7-24, 7-25-2006Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Sun., 7-23-2006|
|Young, Brenda Gail||The Winchester Sun Fri., 5-22-1981|
|Young, Bryan||The Winchester Sun Fri., 9-30, 10-1-1994|
|Young, Caesar||Bail is denied Nan Patterson, the former actress, pending a new trial on the charge of murdering Caesar Young.The Sun-Sentinel Thur., Jan. 12, 1905|
|Young, Catherine Bush||The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-15, 6-16-1916|
|Young, Charles||The Winchester Sun Fri., 2-26-1965|
|Young, Charles B.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 7-16, 7-17-1942|
|Young, Charles Byrd||The Winchester Sun Fri., 5-21-1943|
|Young, Charles Franklin||The Winchester Sun Tues., 5-16, 5-17-1967|
|Young, Charles Lee||The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-4, 12-6-2000|
|Young, children||The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-25-1924|
|Young, Clarence||A Christmas fightAt a Christmas dance in Montgomery county a general fight ensued in which Hill Willoughby was shot five times killing him instantly. Craddock Willoughby was shot in the bowels and died two days later. Clarence Young was shot through the liver and died in a couple of days. Claude Willoughby was shot in the arm. Cal Willoughby, in the neck and Chas. Martin in the arm. Martin was also cut in the neck and hand. Several were arrested and placed in jail, the trial being fixed for tomorrow.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, December 30, 1910
|Young, Clarence (Jack)||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-22-1976|
|Young, Clarence L.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-4, 2-5-1971|
|Young, Clyde||The Winchester Sun Thur., 7-6, 7-7-1967|
|Young, Coleman Jr.||The Winchester Sun Wed., 7-8-1998|
|Young, Coleman Sr.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 9-29-1980|
|Young, Cora Fuller Barker||The Winchester Sun Fri., 5-15, 5-16-1998|
|Young, Curtis William||The Winchester Sun Mon., 10-17, 10-18-2005Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Sat., 10-15-2005|
|Young, D. D.||At Foxtown, Madison county, Christmas night, D. D. Young accidentally shot himself with a pistol from which he died in a few hours, and at Silver Creek in the same county, John King split Gillis Prather’s head open with an ax. Young was a son of W. H. Young, of Becknerville, and recently purchased the Overton Chenault place and moved to it. His funeral was preached yesterday by Rev. B. B. Bailey, of this city. Burial at Richmond.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 27, 1895|
|Young, D. W.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-20-1929|
|Young, Daniel B.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 1-24, 1-25, 1-26-2000|
|Young, Daniel C.||..decree…the commissioner Victor W. Kenny appointed…to sell the part interest and estate of Daniel C. Young dec., …in Bath County of which the late James McIlhaney …….that John Johnson who purchased said land…..hath departed this life …to the children and heirs of said John Johnson dec., for and on the behalf of the unknown heirs of Daniel C. Young……..Order Book 8; P. 128; May Court 1854
Benjamin _____ exec vs. Daniel C. Young
Report in the suit of John Johnson…..in the Bourbon Circuit Court …
Order Book 8; P. 483; July Court 1855
|Young, David Walter||The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-20, 8-21-1973|
|Young, Dixie AA||Adjudged a lunaticDixie Young, colored, was tried before Judge Evans and a jury, Saturday, and was adjudged to be a lunatic, and was taken to the Lexington asylum.
The Winchester Democrat Tuesday, October 11, 1910
The Lexington Lunatic Asylum is so crowded that no more patients can be accommodated at present. Saturday Dixie Young, colored, was adjudged to be of unsound mind and was taken to the Asylum by Deputy Sheriff Geo. Hart. There was no room for her and she was brought back to this city.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, October 14, 1910
|Young, Dwayne C.||The Winchester Sun Wed., 4-3, 4-4, 4-6-2002|
|Young, Edward||The Winchester Sun Fri., 2-17-1984|
|Young, Edward T.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 10-29-1926|
|Young, Eleanor (Cookie)||The Winchester Sun Sat., 7-5-1941|
|Young, Elijah||Ford; Died—Of fever, Thursday, Elijah Young, aged about 23 years.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, September 27, 1893|
|Young, Ernest||The Winchester Sun Sat., 2-25-1978|
|Young, father||The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-13-1916|
|Young, Garland O.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 8-16-1934|
|Young, George||Death Of George YoungHe Was Made Famous For His Attack On Toll Gate Raiders
Owingsville, Ky., Jan. 17
George Young, 44, died here of paralysis. He became known all over the country in 1887 for service for sheriff of this county under J. W. Lane. At that time toll gate raiders were burning and raiding toll gates all over the state. Receiving notice of an intended attack on toll gates near here, Lane and Young organized a band of officers and attacked the raiders. A pitched battle ensued in which several raiders were wounded, several captured and lodged in jail here, but the battle and developments broke the spirit of the raiders in Kentucky and very little raiding was done after that. Young received a letter of congratulations from all over the United States. His wife and three sons survive.
The Winchester Democrat Fri., Jan. 19, 1906
|Young, George Bruce||The Winchester Sun Wed., 9-26-1923|
|Young, George E.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 9-21-1979|
|Young, George Perry||The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-4, 6-5-1970|
|Young, Harold||The Winchester Sun Mon., 4-14, 4-15-2003|
|Young, Harold L. Sr.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 6-15-1979|
|Young, Harrison||The Winchester Sun Wed., 12-19-1913|
|Young, Hence||The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-28-1944|
|Young, Henry||Two Aged Men Dead.Hopkinsville, Ky., Sept. 28.—Capt. Daniel G. Hutchinson, aged 94 years, died at his home in Salubria, this county. He had been in bad health for two years. He was the oldest man in South Christian. Henry Young, an aged farmer, died Monday morning after a brief illness. He was 85 years old and leaves a large family.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, October 4, 1898
|Young, Henry AA||The Winchester Sun Tues., 2-4-1919|
|Young, Herbert||The Winchester Sun Wed., 12-10-1913|
|Young, Homer AA||The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-4-1936|
|Young, I. N.||The Winchester Sun, Sat., 4-16-1921|
|Young, infant son||Montgomery Item Died – Infant son of A.J. Young.The Democrat, Wednesday, July 30, 1890.|
|Young, Irvin||The Winchester Sun Wed., 2-14, 2-15-1968|
|Young, J. Prewitt||The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-12-1951|
|Young, J. W.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 4-2-1936|
|Young, Jack||The Winchester Sun Fri., 8-16-1929|
|Young, James||On the motion of Samuel Hanson who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of John Young deceased in due form giving security whereupon he together with John W. Redmon entered into and acknowledged their bond in the penalty of $600 conditioned as the law directs.Order Book 11; P. 440; August Court 1846
On the motion of James Nelson who made oath thereto as the law directs certificate is granted him for obtaining letters of administration on the estate of James Young deceased……William H. Nelson, Waller Holladay and roger Jones security………….
Order Book 12; P. 178; January Court 1849
Ordered that David Sutherland, Caleb Parrish, William H. Spencer and E. W. Hockaday or any three of them after being first sworn do appraise………the estate of James Young dec…………………..
Order Book 12; P. 178; January Court 1849
Ordered that Thomas Graves, John Cooper, Jos. Tarlton and Harvey Graves or any three of them being first sworn do appraise …………estate of James Young dec. in Scott county…………….
Order Book 12; P. 178; January Court 1849
On the motion of Rebecca Young widow and relict of James Young dec. ordered that Will Spencer, Caleb Parrish, E. W. Hockaday and David Sutherland or any three of them after being first sworn do lay off and allot unto the said Rebecca Young her dower in the land and slaves of her deceased husband James Young………………………..
Order Book 12; P. 185; February Court 1849
Inventory and appraisement of the estate of James Young dec. was produced in court……………………….
Order Book 12; P. 186; February Court 1849
Amount of sales of the estate of James Young. Dec was produced in court……
Order Book 12; P. 186; February Court 1849
Amount of sales of the estate of James Young dec. was produced in court……
Order Book 12; P. 187; February Court 1849
Allotment of dower to Rebecca Young widow and relict of James Young dec. ……….. produced ……. approved …….. recorded
Order Book 12; P. 219; August Court 1849
Report of the sale of the negroes of James Young dec. was produced in court and ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 12; P. 267; January Court 1850
Settlement with the administrator of James Young dec. …..filed …..produced ……approved ……recorded.
Order Book 12; P. 301; July Court 1850
|Young, James Edward||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-8-1937|
|Young, James Henry||The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-1, 5-2-1967|
|Young, James L.||James L. Young, Marshall of Mt. Sterling, died yesterday from the wounds he received in the melee at that place Monday. It is thought that George Howard will also die. Thos. J. Young, editor of the Sentinel, is out of danger.The Semi-Weekly Sun Fri., 11-22-1878
The secret societies of this place have been invited by the committee to be present at the unveiling of the beautiful monument erected in memory of the murdered marshal, James L. Young, which takes place in Machpelah Cemetery, at Mt. Sterling, Ky., on next Thursday, Oct. 2nd, at 2 o’clock p. m. A company of Confederate soldiers, and many lodges, orders, schools and societies will be in attendance. Orations will be delivered by Col. W. C. P. Breckinridge, Rev. E. O. Guerrant and others. The exercise will be very interesting.
The Semi-Weekly Sun Tue., 9-30-1879
Henry Mockabee of Bath county, convicted of manslaughter at the last term of the Montgomery court in the killing of James L. Young, of Mt. Sterling, was pardoned by Governor Blackburn last Saturday and is now a free man.
The Semi-Weekly Sun Fri., 3-19-1880
|Young, James Ollie||The Winchester Sun Sat., 3-16, 3-18-1912|
|Young, Jasper||The Winchester Sun Wed., 8-18-1999|
|Young, Jim||Charged With Murder.HPOKINSVILLE, Ky., July 1.-Bud Williams, a farmhand employed in the southern portion of this county was arrested near Longview and brought to this city and lodged in jail, charged with shooting and killing Jim Young, a tenant living in the same neighborhood. The alleged fatal encounter took place Saturday on a farm near Longview. Williams’ examining trial is set for Monday.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, July 2, 1895.
|Young, Joe Botkins||The Winchester Sun Wed., 4-5-1939|
|Young, John||Wallace Boone, who shot his father-in-law, John Young, at Clay Ferry this week, is a brother of Lucien Boone who some time ago shot and killed his half brother, Chad. Taylor, of Ford. Lucien Boone is said to have been in hiding ever since in the neighborhood of his home but has never been captured.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, February 25, 1898|
|Young, John||The Winchester Sun Sat., 12-12-1953|
|Young, John AA||John Marks, aged fifteen, shot and killed John Young, aged fourteen, in Harrison, both colored.The Winchester Democrat Wed., 11-13-1889|
|Young, John D.||Died at Mt. SterlingHon. John D. Young died at Mt. Sterling, aged eighty-seven years. He was elected to Congress from the old Ninth district directly after the war, but his seat was contested by Sam McKee, who was given the place. Young was nominated again for the next term, was elected and served his term.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, December 30, 1910
Former Congressman dead
John D. Young had been prominent in public affairs
Mt. Sterling – John D. Young, 87, died here of general debility. Judge Young was widely known and many years ago was prominent in Kentucky affairs. He was born in Bath county where he was three times elected county Sheriff. Judge Young was elected to Congress from the district now known as the Ninth, in 1867, but the seat was contested by Samuel McKee and Young was ousted. Later he was again chosen and elected, and served one term. Judge Young was well versed in law and had written many historical sketches of Eastern Kentucky.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, December 30, 1910
|Young, John G.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 4-27-1964|
|Young, John Hughes||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-22, 3-23-1999|
|Young, John Keith||The Winchester Sun Tues., 11-30, 12-1-1999|
|Young, John L.||The Winchester Sun Thus., 9-14, 12-22-1933|
|Young, John Lee||The Winchester Sun Fri., 7-6, 7-7-1979|
|Young, John S.||Age 5, male, he was born in Fayette County, KY, his parents were James and Gabriella Young, his father was born in Clark County, KY, his mother was born in Scott County, KY, he died in Clark County, KY, November 14, 1861 of measles settled on brain.CCKD|
|Young, Johnson||Died—Johnson Young, aged 93 years and one of Montgomery county’s most influential citizens was found dead in bed yesterday morning.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, September 23, 1898|
|Young, Jonathan Lee||The Winchester Sun Mon., 9-30, 10-1-1963|
|Young, Joseph||Inventory and appraisal of the estate of Joseph Young decd. ordered to be recorded.Order Book 10; P. 43; October Court 1831|
|Young, Joseph||While engaged in quarreling over whipping his son last Friday evening, General Young, a white man shot George Chenault, a negro boy about eighteen years old. Young shot the negro in the head which caused his death about eleven o’clock that evening. Young was shot three times, twice in the arm and once in the abdomen, and died the next day about eleven o’clock. Young leaves a wife and seven children.The Winchester Democrat Friday, January 17, 1908
As a result of the pistol fight on the Couchman farm near Athens Friday in which Joseph Young, white and William Chenault, colored, engaged both were wounded as told in Tuesday’s Democrat. Chenault died at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Lexington Friday night and Young at the Good Samaritan Hospital Saturday afternoon. It was indeed a pitiful sight which greeted the Deputy Sheriffs who were summoned Friday afternoon after the shooting scrape. Around Chenault’s bedside was gathered the entire colored population of the vicinity. He had a bullet through his head. At Young’s home were only the frantic wife, the seven children and one neighbor. The ambulance was quickly summoned to convey the wounded man to the hospital where he was given immediate treatment. One bullet had entered his arm and one the abdomen.
The Winchester Democrat Tuesday, January 21, 1908
|Young, Julian Hanson||The Winchester Sun Wed., 4-6, 4-7-1966|
|Young, L. P.||Squire L. P. Young, the oldest native resident of Lexington, died Friday. He was the father of Rev. J. H. Young, formerly of this city.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, September 27, 1893|
|Young, Laura Elizabeth||The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-6, 1-7-1925|
|Young, Lawrence||The Winchester Sun Fri., 11-4, 11-5-1977|
|Young, Lawrence||The Winchester Sun Mon., 9-21-1992|
|Young, Lillian||The Winchester Sun Thur. 11-14-2002|
|Young, Linville||The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-28-1942|
|Young, Lloyd Prather||The Winchester Sun Tues., 3-29, 3-30-1994|
|Young, Logan||A big verdictIn Jessamine county, Logan Young, a deputy Sheriff was sent after Matt Young, a lunatic, and the latter shot and killed the officer. The officer’s widow sued the lunatic and secured a verdict for fourteen thousand dollars as damages, and this verdict was affirmed by the Court of Appeals.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, December 9, 1910
|Young, Loomis||The Winchester Sun Sat., 9-4-1926|
|Young, Louis||A few weeks ago Louis Young, of this county, was visiting in Franklin county, and was shot by Allie Stone, from the effects of which he died on the 22nd. Stone claims the shooting was accidental.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, November 1, 1893|
|Young, Lucien||The Winchester Sun Thur., 10-3, 10-5, 10-7-1912|
|Young, Manuel||The Winchester Sun Wed., 5-28-1986|
|Young, Margaret||Miss Margaret Young, 83 years old, who lives at the corner of Hickman and Maple streets, fell during the sleety weather of last week and was found in an unconscious state. She grew worse and early Sunday morning was found dead in bed. Funeral services were held at the house Monday by Dr. W. F. Taylor and burial at the cemetery. Her property will go to distant relatives of which the Kohlhass family and children of K. Parrish live here.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, December 17, 1890|
|Young, Margaret (Peggy)||The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-18, 2-19-2008|
|Young, Matt||He Got AwayConsiderable excitement was caused Saturday by the escape of a lunatic at the Depot. Sheriff Broughton and Deputy Durham, of Bell county, were taking Matt Young of Pineville, to a lunatic asylum at Lexington. The officers left Young in charge of a couple of negroes while they went for lunch. Although handcuffed he intimated the negroes and made a dash for liberty. His shackles did not deter him from climbing fences and crossing lots and he was soon out of sight. He was afterward captured on Stoner, several miles from the city, and was taken to the asylum.
The Winchester Democrat Tue., April 24, 1900
|Young, Matt||Damages awardedA year or so ago in Mercer county Matt Young killed another man of the same name who was trying to arrest him on a charge of lunacy. He was declared not accountable and is now in the insane asylum a hopeless case. The dead man’s widow brought suit against him for damages for the killing of her husband and was awarded $1,400. The verdict is said to have caused much surprise.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, November 12, 1909
|Young, Matthew P.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-13-2001|
|Young, Michelle Leigh||The Winchester Sun Mon., 11-13-1972|
|Young, Milton||The Winchester Sun Tues., 11-29-1921|
|Young, Morgan||Arrested for an Old MurderLexington, Ky., Dec. 12—Faulkner Jordon, of Kalispell, Mont., arrived in Mercer county in charge of Jailer Chathal, the prisoner being accused of the murder of Morgan Young in July 1886. Notwithstanding Jordon since his escape from justice has amassed a small fortune and married into a wealthy Montana family, he wore handcuffs and is now in jail. He denies any knowledge of the murder.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, December 13, 1895
A special from Harrodsburg says: “Faulkner Jordan, who, it is claimed, killed Morgan Young in this county nine years ago and fled to Montana, and who was only captured four weeks ago at Kalispell, near the British line in that state and brought here, was tried on a writ of habeas corpus before County Judge Roach Wednesday, asking bail. The commonwealth established the fact that it was a cold-blooded murder, and bail was refused and Jordan remanded back to jail. He had risen to prominence in the Western country.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, January 24, 1896
|Young, Mrs. Amelia A.||The Winchester Sun Wed., 9-2-1914|
|Young, Mrs. Annie||The Winchester Sun Tues., 10-4-1938|
|Young, Mrs. Bess||The Winchester Sun Wed., 5-14-1975|
|Young, Mrs. Bessie Watts||The Winchester Sun Wed., 7-13-1977|
|Young, Mrs. Beulah||The Winchester Sun Tue., 9-14-1915|
|Young, Mrs. Clara Hawkins||The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-13-1965|
|Young, Mrs. Cora||West BendDied, Mrs. Cora Young, wife of James Young and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Everman. She leaves two children besides five brothers and five sisters and a host of friends to mourn her loss. She was twenty-nine years of age. Cora is gone, but not forgotton.
The Winchester Democrat Fri., Feb. 23, 1906
|Young, Mrs. Daniel AA||The Winchester Sun Wed., 8-4-1926|
|Young, Mrs. Devonna Pat||The Winchester Sun Wed., 11-2, 11-3-2005Scobee Funeral Home Web Site Wed., 11-2-2005|
|Young, Mrs. Dora Edge||The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-20-1974|
|Young, Mrs. Edith Carrier||The Winchester Sun Sat., 11-3-2007|
|Young, Mrs. Edith Golden||The Winchester Sun Tues., 10-28-1997|
|Young, Mrs. Elizabeth Keating||The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-25, 2-26-1974|
|Young, Mrs. Elizabeth LeMaster||The Winchester Sun Fri., 11-14-1975|
|Young, Mrs. Elsie Pace||The Winchester Sun Sat., 12-18-1976|
|Young, Mrs. Eva F.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-7-1955|
|Young, Mrs. Evelyn Sleadd||The Winchester Sun Sat., 12-5-1931|
|Young, Mrs. Geneva Little||The Winchester Sun Thur., 4-3, 4-4, 4-5-2003|
|Young, Mrs. Georgia Ingle(Irene)||The Winchester Sun Thur., 6-2-2005|
|Young, Mrs. Gina Sparks||The Winchester Sun Tues., 8-6, 8-7-2002|
|Young, Mrs. Golden W.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 5-3-1985|
|Young, Mrs. Grace H.||The Winchester Sun Wed., 8-2-1989|
|Young, Mrs. Ida Mae||The Winchester Sun Thur., 12-3, 12-4, 12-5-1998|
|Young, Mrs. Jane Rash||The Winchester Sun Mon., 6-26-1922|
|Young, Mrs. Joyce Hunt||The Winchester Sun Fri. 11-22, 11-23-2002|
|Young, Mrs. June McDowell||The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-20-1965|
|Young, Mrs. Lela Woodford||The Winchester Sun Thur., 2-25, 2-26-1971|
|Young, Mrs. Lelia Graves||The Winchester Sun Wed., 4-15-1959|
|Young, Mrs. Lillie Baker||The Winchester Sun Sat., 6-27-1953|
|Young, Mrs. Lillie McQueen||The Winchester Sun Fri., 11-28-1980|
|Young, Mrs. Linda D.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-20, 1-21-2004Scobee Funeral Home Web Site 1-19-2004|
|Young, Mrs. Lizzie||The Winchester Sun Mon., 11-12, 11-13-1962|
|Young, Mrs. Louise HandyRedden||The Winchester Sun Wed., 9-8-1993|
|Young, Mrs. Lucy||Death of aged womanMrs. Lucy Young died Wednesday at the home of her son, C.L. Young, on Washington street, of this infirmities of age, being ninety years old. The remains were shipped to her old home at Maysville for burial.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, February 18, 1910
|Young, Mrs. Lula B.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 4-1, 4-2-1976|
|Young, Mrs. Lula Hamm||The Winchester Sun Fri., 8-5-1994|
|Young, Mrs. Lyda Humphrey||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-26-1956|
|Young, Mrs. Mabel E.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 12-22, 12-23-1933|
|Young, Mrs. Mahala Carter||The Winchester Sun Fri., 7-30, 7-31-1965|
|Young, Mrs. Margaret LouiseBoone||The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-9, 5-10-1994|
|Young, Mrs. Martha Alice||The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-30-1998|
|Young, Mrs. Mary Kate Embry||The Winchester Sun Wed., 7-15, 7-16, 7-17-1992|
|Young, Mrs. Mary Mitchell Clay||The Winchester Sun Sat., 2-2-1924|
|Young, Mrs. Mary Prewitt||The Winchester Sun Tues., 10-8-1929|
|Young, Mrs. Minelle Pruitt||The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-31-1973|
|Young, Mrs. Owen J.||Died—At her home in Lexington, Friday, after a brief illness, Mrs. Owen J. Young. She was a Miss Evans, of Jessamine county, and after the funeral at the residence by Eld. Mark Collis, the remains were taken to Nicholasville. She was a sister to Mrs. Hale and Mrs. Henry Hunter, of Clay City. Mr. Young formerly taught school and began preaching while residing here. Among his first sermons were preached at the mouth of Four Mile and he afterwards preached at Ford and Clintonville.The Winchester Democrat, Friday, January 25, 1895|
|Young, Mrs. Reuben||MRS. REUBEN YOUNG, an aged lady living near Owingsville, was burned to death Sunday evening. She was standing with her back to the fire feeding the young baby of a daughter when her clothing caught. The baby also received serious burns but, will recover.The Democrat, Wednesday, April 13, 1892.|
|Young, Mrs. Rosa||The Winchester Sun Wed., 11-5-1980|
|Young, Mrs. Sally||The Winchester Sun Thur., 3-9-1989|
|Young, Mrs. Sarah||The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-24-1926|
|Young, Mrs. Smithe Botkins||The Winchester Sun Mon., 7-13-1925|
|Young, Mrs. Susanna Cross||The Winchester Sun Wed., 10-24, 10-25, 10-26, 10-27-2001|
|Young, Mrs. Theresa I.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 3-6-2009|
|Young, Mrs. Thomas||The Winchester Sun Tues., 8-1-1972|
|Young, Mrs. Tom||Tom Young, of Owensboro, was convicted of the murder of his wife on circumstantial evidence and given 99 years in the pen.The Democrat, Wednesday, August 24, 1892.|
|Young, Mrs. Velma M.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 9-7-2010|
|Young, Mrs. Vernice K.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 12-23-1980|
|Young, Mrs. Vivian B.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-26-1996|
|Young, Mrs. Wilma C.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-20-2000|
|Young, Olbert W. (Allie)||The Winchester Sun Tues., 2-19-1935|
|Young, Ollie||The Winchester Sun Tues., 4-23-1912|
|Young, Ollie F.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 3-5-1935|
|Young, Oscar A. & wife||Killed His WifeNear Whitesburg Tuesday, Dr. Oscar A. Young, farmer, brooded over going to war, and killed himself and wife. He did not want to be separated from his wife in case of hostilities and took this means of preventing it.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, April 15, 1898
|Young, Paul AA||Coroner Alexander held an inquest yesterday morning on the body of Paul Young, an old negro who lived near the trestle, and who was found dead.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, September 6, 1893|
|Young, Paul W.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 1-19, 1-20-1965|
|Young, Pauline||The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-10-1990|
|Young, Ralph||The Winchester Sun Tues., 11-18, 11-20-1913|
|Young, Richard||The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-29-1916|
|Young, Richard||The Winchester Sun Fri., 10-30-1964|
|Young, Richard A.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 2-21-1933|
|Young, Richard K.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 8-4-1977|
|Young, Richard L.||Rites Held For Richard L. YoungRichard L. Young, 70, died at 8 a.m. Sunday at the Clark County Hospital after a long illness. He was a retired construction worker and resided on Melbourne Avenue. Survivors are two sons, Richard L. Young Jr., Chicago and Glenn Young of Maryland. Funeral services were conducted at 11 a.m. today in the Winchester Cemetery by the rev A. Dalton Leach pastor of the first Baptist Church.
THE WINCHESTER SUN Mon. 10-24-1960
|Young, Robert||Settlement with James Young administrator of the estate of Robert Young decd. ordered to be recordedOrder Book 10; P. 17; December Court 1830
Motion of Cornelius Bowren ordered that P.D. Harrison, James Brasfield and Thomas R. Moore settle and adjust all accounts with Isaac Bowren as guardian to Maximillian Young and Margarett Young infants of Robert Young decd. and make report.
Order Book 10; P. 19; December Court 1830
|Young, Robert E.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 10-21-1921|
|Young, Robert Watts Sr.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 7-22, 7-24-2002|
|Young, Ross||The Winchester Sun Fri., 1-25-1924|
|Young, Ruth||Ruth Young’s Heirs On Petition equityThe bond of the receiver John Whitesides as security …..filed …..
Order Book 10; P. 3; July Court 1858
|Young, Ruth Lyle||The Winchester Sun Mon., 12-8-1924; Tues., 1-6-1925|
|Young, S. M.||The Winchester Sun Sat., 3-8-1930|
|Young, S. P. AA||The Winchester Sun Thur., 3-24-1927|
|Young, Sam||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-15-1915|
|Young, Samuel||DIED-Thursday, after an illness of a few days, Samuel, the tree-year-old son of Samuel Young, of Buckner street. Burial in the cemetery: services by Rev. J. N. Prestridge.The Democrat, Wednesday, December 14, 1892.|
|Young, Samuel A.||The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-10-1913|
|Young, Seebert||Seebert Young, aged thirteen years, died at his home near Dodge, Sunday. The remains were buried in the Prewitt graveyard.The Winchester Democrat Fri., June 19, 1903|
|Young, Sidney||Bound Over.Leitchfield, Ky., June 7.—The examining trial of Wm. Linsey, who shot and killed Sidney Young, near Shrewsberry, May, 18, was held before Judge H. C. Rogers. Linsey was held to answer and his bond was fixed at $900.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, June 13, 1902
|Young, son||Three Accidents In One TownStanford, Ky., April 5
A remarkable chapter of accidents happened at Highland, this county. A daughter of C. R. Carrier, 12 years old, was playing around a burning brush heap, when her dress ignited and she was burned to death. A son of C. M. Young, attempting to step over a log which two men were splitting, slipped, and the ax of one of the men struck him in the back, causing a fatal wound. G. W. Young, while working on a smokestack, fell and was badly hurt.
The Winchester Democrat Tue., April 9, 1901
|Young, Stella Monroe||The Winchester Sun Mon., 9-18-1995|
|Young, Stuart R.||SENSATIONAL SUICIDE.Stuart R. Young, Ex-city Treasurer of Louisville, Ky., ended His Life By Shooting.
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 28.-After being offered an evening newspaper by two newsboys which said his books were under examination by expert accountants, Stuart R. Young, city treasurer, of Louisville, Wednesday evening went to the rear of a warehouse at Sixth and Nelson streets and committed suicide by shooting himself behind the right ear with a pistol. Young’s father, Col. Bennett H. Young was notified by telephone of the tragedy. Col. Young immediately went to the scene of the suicide with some of his son’s friends. The corpse lay in the cinders clothed in fashionable garments, including a light tan overcoat and a gray alpine hat. The aged father of the dead man, a few of his friends and some policemen lifted the body into a coffin and it was removed to an undertaking establishment until the order of the coroner for an inquest. Stuart R. Young was 35 years old and one of the most prominent men in Louisville. He was a graduate of Princeton university, a son of Col. Bennett H. Young, a prominent lawyer and ex-confederate soldier of Louisville and a brother of Lawrence Young, of Chicago, president of the Washington Park Jockey club. He married last July Miss Bessie Wymond one of the most beautiful women in Kentucky and daughter of L. H. Wymond. Four years ago Mr. Young was elected city treasurer and under the law was ineligible for re-election his successor having been elected on November 5. On the authority of one official of the city government it was stated late Wednesday night that so far as it has progressed the examination of Mr. Young’s books has shown a shortage of $23,000. It is said that friends stood ready to make good every dollar of this amount. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 29.-Beyond the statement made Wednesday night to Mayor Granger, by one of the expert accountants, that discrepancies amounting to $23,000 had been found in the books of the former city treasurer, Stuart R. Young, who committed suicide Wednesday evening, nothing definite is known as to how the accounts stand between the city and its former treasurer. When asked for an authoritative statement Thursday night, one of the accountants said that beyond the amount mentioned Wednesday night he had absolutely no idea as to what the alleged shortage is. He added that the accounts would require two weeks of constant work to go over the books of the treasurer’s office. During his four years term as treasurer Mr. Young handle $11,000,000. There were various reports Thursday as to the amount of the alleged shortage, some placing it at $50,000 and some even higher, but they are all surmises according to the men who are examining the books. Friends were searching for him Wednesday afternoon to assist him in his trouble, but he could not be found.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, December 5, 1901.
|Young, Theodore||Accidentally Shot HimselfHarrodsburg, Ky., Dec. 26
Theodore Young accidentally killed himself near Dugansville, this county, Wednesday morning. He was leaning on a shotgun, when it discharged a load through his stomach.
The Winchester Democrat Tue., Dec. 31, 1901
|Young, Thomas Codman AA||The Winchester Sun Mon., 2-6-1922|
|Young, Tim||The Winchester Sun Fri., 4-15-1932|
|Young, Tony Grant||The Winchester Sun Mon., 4-25, 4-28-1966|
|Young, U. L.||Found Dying on the TrackNew Richmond, Ky., Jan. 20.—U. L. Young, of California, Ky., was found Wednesday morning in an unconscious condition a half mile below the New Richmond depot. The track man brought him to the depot, where he died at 8 o’clock Wednesday morning. Coroner Higgins, of Newport, has been notified.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, January 25, 1898
|Young, Van B.||Hon. Van B. Young, Judge of the Superior Court from this district died Saturday at his home in Frankfort . He was from Mt. Sterling.The Democrat, Wednesday, March 2, 1892.
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
|Young, Victor C. Sr.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 6-8, 6-9-2007|
|Young, W. H.||The Winchester Sun Tues., 8-27-1912|
|Young, Walter D.||The Winchester Sun Wed., 7-19-1933|
|Young, Walter N.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 11-18, 11-19-1966|
|Young, William||Is very illWilliam Young is very ill of typhoid fever at his home on College street, and but little hope is entertained for his recovery.
The Winchester Democrat Tuesday, August 3, 1909
Death of this popular young man Monday evening – Burial in Paris
William Young died Monday night at his home on College street of typhoid fever, aged about thirty-two years. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at the family residence by Rev. O.J. Chandler and the remains were taken to Paris for burial. He leaves a wife, formerly Miss Redmond, of Bourbon county, and two children, aged respectively four years, and four months. He was a good citizen, popular with all his associates and by force of character and good work had succeeded to the superintendent of this district for the Commonwealth Life Insurance Company. His family have the sympathy of all in their great bereavement. The following acted as pall bearers at the funeral: J.S. Dills, Mr. Carr, Robert Clark, D.W. Tobin, A.C. Piersall and Prewitt Harris.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, August 6, 1909
|Young, William||The Winchester Sun Tues., 7-14-1931|
|Young, William (Bill)||The Winchester Sun Mon., 3-16-2009|
|Young, William A.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 11-21-1919|
|Young, William A.||The Winchester Sun Thur., 5-8-1975|
|Young, William C.||Prominent educator deadLouisville, Ky., Sept. 17 – Rev. William C. Young, D.D., president of Center College, died at Danville Wednesday morning. He was one of the most prominent educators in the south.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, September 18, 1896
|Young, William Douglas||The Winchester Sun Tues., 6-19, 6-20-1984|
|Young, William H.||Death of W.H. YoungWilliam H. Young, who lived near Becknerville, died Wednesday afternoon in a Lexington hospital from the effects of a surgical operation. The remains will be buried in the Winchester cemetery at two o’clock this afternoon with services at the grave by Dr. B.B. Bailey, of Shelbyville. He leaves a wife and two sons, William and Walter, and one daughter, Miss Alma. The following will act as pall bearers: Thomas Webber, Philip Webber, Perry Browning, H.B. Browning, U.G. Young, and W.Y. Jones. Mr. Young was one of Clark county’s most prominent citizens with a host of friends who will regret to hear of his death.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, October 14, 1910
|Young, William J.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 12-31-1920|
|Young, William Sr.||Inventory and appraisal of the estate of William Young Sr. decd. ordered to be recorded.Order Book 10; P. 6; October Court 1830
Amount of the sale of the estate of William Young Sr. decd. ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 10; P. 6; October Court 1830
Ordered that James Brasfield, Thomas R. Moore, and Isaac Cunningham settle and adjust all accounts with Patton D. Harrison administrator of the estate of William Young decd. and make report.
Order Book 10; P. 21; January Court 1831
Order that James Brasfield, Thomas R. Moore, and Isaac Cunningham do allot unto the widow of William Young decd. her dower in the personal estate of her said decd. husband and make report.
Order Book 10; P. 21; January Court 1831
Settlement with the administrators of the estate of William Young decd. ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 10; P. 54; November Court 1831
Allotment of the dower of Margaret Young widow of William Young Sr. decd. ordered to be recorded.
Order Book 10; P. 54; November Court 1831
|Young, Willie A.||The Winchester Sun Wed., 1-16-1929|
|Young, Willie May AA||The Winchester Sun Fri., 6-19, 6-20, 6-30, 7-1, 7-2, 7-29, 7-31, 8-8-1925|
|Young, Zelma||The Winchester Sun Mon., 5-25, 5-26, 5-27, 5-30-1914|
|Younger, Bob||Bob Younger, a member of the famous James and Younger gang of outlaws died in the Minnesota penitentiary last week, of consumption. He was 34 years old, and in November 1876, together with his brothers, Cole and Jim Younger, was sentenced to imprisonment for life for the murder of Cashier Haywood at Northfield while engaged in an attempt to rob the bank.The Winchester Democrat Wed., 9-25-1889|
|Younger, Danny Bryan||The Winchester Sun Sat., 5-12-1990|
|Younger, John L.||Died of Pneumonia.Lexington, Ky., Nov. 16.—Private John L. Younger, of Company L. 3rd engineers, died at Gibb’s hospital Monday night of pneumonia. His home was in Tennessee. There were 37 patients in the hospital Tuesday.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, November 18, 1898
|Younger, Mrs. Leota Garland(Obie)||The Winchester Sun Tues., 12-26-1989|
|Younger, Mrs. Margaret||The Winchester Sun Mon., 8-26-1985|
|Youngker, Emmett V.||The Winchester Sun Sat., 1-4, 1-6-2003|
|Youngker, Mrs. Hazel||The Winchester Sun Tues., 9-21, 9-22-2004|
|Youngker, Mrs. Lonnie||The Winchester Sun Sat., 12-30-1989|
|Youngman, Stanfield||Death From Bug Bite.Stanfield Youngman, of Robertson county, who was bitten on the ear by a bug two weeks ago, died Saturday, blood poisoning having developed.
The Winchester Democrat, Tuesday, July 22, 1902
Killed By a Bug.
Mt. Olivet, Ky., July 19.—About two weeks ago Stanfield Youngman, of this county, was bitten on the ear by a bug. Blood poisoning developed. Surgical aid was summoned, and two operations were preformed. The patient continued to grow worse, and died. He was 53 years old.
The Winchester Democrat, Friday, July 25, 1902
|Yount, Frank||JOHN DENGE, of Shelby county, shot at a partridge which his brother-in-law, Frank Yount had perched out on a brush pile and Yount received the load in the head, which killed him instantly.The Democrat, Wednesday, November 25, 1891.|
|Yount, Mrs. Janet K.||The Winchester Sun Fri., 2-15-2002|
|Yousen, P. C.||At Spring Hill Thursday, L. Fowler and P. C. Yousen, rivals for the same lady’s hand had a quarrel and Fowler shot Yousen fatally, but before Yousen died he stabbed Fowler so seriously that he can not recover.The Winchester Democrat, Wednesday, January 10, 1894|
|Youtsey, Henry||The Winchester Sun Tues., 7-9, 8-3, 8-7-1912|
|Youtsey, Henry||The Winchester Sun Wed., 3-18-1914|
|Youtsey, Mrs. Sarah C. French||Divorce suit filedSome time ago Mrs. Sara Youtsey brought suit in the Circuit court, of this county, against her husband, Henry Youtsey, for divorce, alleging the statutory grounds, of five years separation and conviction of felony. It was afterward decided that the Clark Circuit court had no jurisdiction, and the suit was dismissed here and brought again at Frankfort. The same allegations are made in the new suit that were made in the first suit.
The Winchester Democrat Tuesday, December 28, 1909
Mrs. Youtsey gets divorce
Court grants absolute decree in suit against convict husband
Frankfort, Ky., – A decree granting Mrs. Henry Youtsey an absolute divorce from her husband, serving a life sentence in the penitentiary for complicity in the murder of William Goebel, was entered in the circuit court here. Mrs. Youtsey is restored to her maiden name, Sarah C. French. Mrs. Youtsey stuck to Youtsey for years after he was charged with complicity in the plot to kill William Goebel, and she worked hard to get a parole for him. After she found that he could not get a parole, and that he probably would spend his last days in the penitentiary, she brought suit for a divorce.
The Winchester Democrat Friday, January 28, 1910