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Owsley County Courier, Friday, May 19, 1939
DIES AT PRIMROSE
Troy MARSHALL, age 53, was found dead near his home at Primrose Thursday, May 11. His body was discovered by his brother, Green MARSHALL, at 5 p.m., he had apparently been dead for several hours.
An inquest was conducted by Coroner R. B. RILEY and the jury's verdict was that MARSHALL had died of heart failure.
He is survived by his widow, Kate MARSHALL; five sons; Larkin, Robert, Charles, Hershel and Billie; three daughters; Pearl, Wanda Lee, and Genevee, all of Primrose; his mother Hanna MARSHALL, three brothers; Green, of Primrose, Roland and Goodloe of Vada, Ludloe of Virginia and one sister, Mrs. Wm. ABNER, Fincastle.
Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon by the Rev. J. H. HIERONYMUS. Burial was in the Marshall cemetery near his home.
The Bristol News Bulletin (Bristol, TN)
Tuesday, 11 January 1938
Kona, Ky., Jan. 10. -- Funeral services for Herbert Mayes, 37, who died in a Fleming hospital following an appendicitis operation, were conducted from the residence Sunday. Following the services here, remains were taken to Beattyville, Ky. for interment.
He is survived by his wife and three children.
James B. McGUIRE
Lexington Leader (Lexington, KY)
Sunday, 2 April 1922
H. S. McGuire, assistant district attorney in the Eastern Kentucky district, has returned from Beattyville where he has been engaged for the past several days in winding up the business affairs of his brother, James B. McGuire, who died at his home in that city recently.
James B. McGuire was a former mayor of Beattyville and was prominent in the church, civic and social life of the community. He was a member of the Beattyville Christian church and superintendent of the Sunday school of this church for a number of years. He was a well known Shriner, being a member of Oleika Temple, Lexington. He died suddenly of a stroke of apoplexy.
A widow and one son, Vernon McGuire, a student at Berea College, survive him.
Eppie Abney MEANS
Rushville Republican, Monday, 15 May, 1967
Mrs. Eppie Means, 75, of Richland (R.R. 1, Milroy) died at 5:30 p.m. Saturday at Silvercrest Sanitarium in New Albany, where she had been a patient for several weeks, after a long illness.
For the last 40 years, Mrs. Means had lived in southern Rush and norther Decatur counties, where she came from Kentucky. She was a member of the First Methodist Church of Hargitt, Ky.
She was born in Lee County, Kentucky, on March 12, 1892, the daughter of Asie and Melissa Woosley Abney , and was married to Cleveland Means, who died October 15, 1953.
Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. James (Rosie) Puckett of Cincinnati and Mrs. Charles (Gladys) Marshall of Hope; two sons, Frank Means of Milroy and Harold Means, R.R. 1, Milroy; a sister, Mrs. Lillian Woosley of Hargitt, Ky., and 25 grandchildren, including David Allen Sams whom she reared in her home. A soldier stationed in Germany, Sams returned home on special leave before his grandmother's death.
Five sons and two daughters preceded her in death.
Funeral services will be held in Jackson Chapel Center at Hargitt, Ky., at 3 p.m Tuesday with burial in the cemetery there. Firends may call any time this evening at the Murphy and Burns Funeral Home in Milroy, from where the body will be taken Tuesday morning to Hargitt.
Maudie Booth MOOREFIELD
Maudie BOOTH MOOREFIELD, 91 of Florence, KY d. April 6, 2000. She was born Sept. 20, 1908 in Lee County the d/o the late George W. and Dixie CRABTREE Booth.
Survivors are one son, Darold L. MOOREFIELD, Williamstown, KY; one daughter, Helen D. DURHAM, Cincinnati, OH; four sisters, Lula BEGLEY, Hamilton, OH, Edna BUSH, Leeco, KY, Mildred EVANS, Booneville, KY, Betty ISAACS, Lexington, KY; two brothers, Paul BOOTH of Beattyville, KY, Woodrow BOOTH of Villa Hills, KY; one granddaughter, Gina BLUME of Cincinnati, OH; two great granddaughters, Jessica Demaree and Sarah BLUME of Cincinnati, OH.
She was preceded in death by one granddaughter, Jill Lynn DURHAM.
Burial in the Crabtree Cemetery, Fixer, KY.
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