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Lucille Laverne “Fern” Pingleton Cline
BIRTH 9 Sep 1924
Haileyville, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, USA
DEATH 23 Mar 2012 (aged 87)
Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, USA
BURIAL
Elmwood Cemetery
Hartshorne, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma, USA
MEMORIAL ID 87424223 · View Source
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Lucille Laverne "Fern" Cline, 87, a lifelong resident of Haileyville, died Friday, March 23, 2012, at a local nursing center. Born Sept. 9, 1924, in Haileyville, she was the daughter of Jess Frank and Eula Pearl (Lackey) Pingleton. She grew up in Haileyville and lived there all her life. She married John Raymond Cline Sr. on March 27, 1943, in Haileyville. She was a member of the Hartshorne American Legion Post 180 Auxiliary and received many awards for the many hours of volunteer work she devoted to area veterans centers. In her spare time she loved going to garage sales with her granddaughter, who preceded her in death. She was a longtime member of Haileyville First Baptist Church. Survivors include one son, John R. Cline Jr., of McAlester; one daughter and son-in-law, Brenda and Chet Hunter, of Hartshorne. Also, six grandchildren, Ammy Perry and her husband, John, of McAlester, Tommy Howard and his wife, Tandy, of McAlester, Christy Mercer and her husband, Tod, of McAlester, W.F. Grammar and his wife, Misty, of Soper, Kari Hearod and her husband, Kevin, of Indianola, and Robin Woodley and her husband, Steve, of McAlester, and 14 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband; her parents; a daughter, Karen Elaine Grammar; a granddaughter, Misty Ladawn Hall; a daughter-in-law, Doris Cline, and seven brothers, Jim, Warren, Leroy, Bill, Bob, Clifford and Carl Pingleton. Graveside services were Monday at Elmwood Cemetery Pavilion with Pastor Mike Perry officiating. Burial was at Elmwood Cemetery in Hartshorne. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Brumley-Mills Funeral Home of Hartshorne. 
Pingleton, Lucille Laverne "Fern" (I1417)
 
2 "The Centralia News-Examiner", January 10, 1908
Mrs. Elizabeth Hash, nee Elizabeth Edwards, died January 3rd, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. S. J. Huston, at Rochester, this state. Death resulted from burns received on Saturday, December 28th, while deceased was eating her breakfast. Miss Elizabeth Edwards was born in Gracen county, Virginia, December 24th, 1821. In 1838 she married Mr. Allen Hash. To this union were born nine children, five daughters and four sons, of whom three survive their mother, namely, Mrs. S. J. Huston, of Rochester, Mrs. John Evans, of Mitchal, Oregon, and Mrs. Martha Cricket, of California. The parents of the deceased died during her infancy. Mr. and Mrs. Hash separated twenty-eight years ago; the husband survives his wife. Mr. and Mrs. Hash and family crossed the plains in the year 1852 in an ox team, there being 52 teams in the train. Several times the train was attacked by Indians, and many times, at night, while cooking for the next day's journey, Mrs. Hash would guard what she was cooking from the wolves by throwing chunks of ? at them. Mr. and Mrs. Hash first located in Portland, then a very small village, and from there they moved to Corvallis, Benton county., in 1854. From Benton county they moved to Peoria, Linn county, and from there to Wasco county. There deceased lived until she came to Washington, settling at Rochester October 19th, 1905 Through her long life of trials and hardships Mrs. Hash was ever ready to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. In her earlier days she had been an excellent nurse. For years prior to her death she was an invalid, but was patient and faithful to the end. The funeral services were held at the home of Mrs. S. J. Huston at Rochester. No minister was present but there was a song service and prayer was offered up by Mr. H. A. Robertson. The remains were laid to rest in the Grand Mound cemetery.

Elizabeth's obituary comes from the entry for Allen Hash on Find a Grave: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/28666414/allen-hash 
Edwards, Elizabeth (I817)
 
3 1830 census. Grayson County, Virginia.
Samuel Phips.
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 3
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 1
Total Free White Persons: 4
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 4

This would be consistent with
Samuel, b.1804
Mary, b.1809
and their oldest daughter
Lolona, b.1827
all three of whom are named in the 1850 census.

This also indicates another daughter who is not named in the 1850 census.

 
Phipps, Samuel (I29)
 
4 1840 census. Grayson County, Virginia.
Samuel Phipps.
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1
Persons Employed in Manufacture and Trade: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 5
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 7
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 7

If I count back from those named in the 1850 census:
Samuel, b.1804, would have been 36
Mary, b.1809, would have been 31
their daughters
Lolena, b.1827, would have been 13
Julia, b.1832, would have been 8
Almeda, b.1822, would have been 7
Antha, b.1836, would have been 4
Rebecca, b.1838, would have been 2 
Phipps, Samuel (I29)
 
5 1850 census, Owsley County, Kentucky
John Moore, age 28
Lucretia Moore, age 26
Debby Moore, age 6
Edmond Moore, age 4
Elizabeth Moore, age 2
Morton Moore, Age 0

1860 census, Owsley County, Kentucky
Lucretia Moore, widow farmer, age 38
Deborah Moore, age 16
Edmond Moore, age 14
Elizabeth Moore, age 13
Marcus Moore, age 10
John Moore, age 8
Breckenridge Moore, age 2

1870 census, Booneville, Owsley County, Kentucky
Creecy Moore, agg 48
Elizabeth Moore, age 21
John Moore, age 19
Breckenridge Moore, age 11
Naomi Moore, age 5

 
Smith, Lucretia " Creesy" (I129)
 
6 1850 census, Owsley County, Kentucky
John Moore, farmer, age 28
Lucretia Moore, age 26
Debby Moore, age 6
Edmond Moore, age 4
Elizabeth Moore, age 2
Morton Moore, Age 0 
Moore, John (I117)
 
7 1850 census.
William, b. 1804, Virginia
Sarah, b 1818, Virginia.
Elizabeth, b.1834, Kentucky
James C., b.1837, Kentucky
Rhoda, b.1838, Indiana
Mathilda, b.1839, Indiana
Malinda, b.1842, Indiana
Henry, b.1844, Indiana
William H., b.1846, Indiana
George, b.1848, Indiana
Sarah J. b.1849, Indiana 
Phipps, William (I371)
 
8 1850 census. Julius Robinson, age 44; Margaret, age 24, Tesha, age 21; William, age 17; Patsy, age 19, Miles, age 16; Charles, age 13, and Sarah, age 9. Charles and Sarah born in Kentucky. All others born in North Carolina.

1860 census. Julius Robinson, age 54; Elizabeth, age 45; Edward, age 21; Alfred, age 19; Julia, age 14; Arthur, age 17; Vina, age 14; and Louisa age 13. 
Robinson, Julius (I139)
 
9 1860 census. Jackson Township, Fountain County, Indiana
William, b. 1808, Virginia
Sarah, b 1818, Virginia.
Elizabeth, b.1834, Kentucky
James C., b.1837, Kentucky
Rhoda, b.1838, Indiana
Mathilda, b.1839, Indiana
Malinda, b.1842, Indiana
Henry, b.1844, Indiana
William H., b.1846, Indiana
George W., b.1847, Indiana
Sarah J. b.1850, Indiana
Abraham, b.1851, Indiana
Mary C., b.1857, Indiana [Mary Catherine]

note:
Mathilda, b.1839, Indiana
was in the 1850 census, but not with family in 1860. 
Phipps, William (I371)
 
10 1870 census. Edward Robinson, age 31; Tennessee, age 20; Thomas, age 3; Robert, age 2; and John, age 6 months.

The households of Alfred Robinson and brother Edward Robinson are close to each other.

1880 census. Edward Robinson, age 39; Mary, wife, age 30; Thomas, age 12; Robert, age 11; John, age 10; Rhoda, age 8; Paralee, age 6; Sarah, age 4; Isiah, age 3; and Joel, age 1.

 
Robinson, Edward George "Ned" (I18)
 
11 A memorial service will be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 6, 2000, in Parkrose Christian Church for Alberta Fouts Aller, who died Dec. 29, 1999, of lung cancer at age 79.

Mrs. Aller was born March 10, 1920, in Carlton. Her maiden name was Fouts. She was a homemaker and lived in Portland from 1937 to 1977 and then moved to Bend, where she was a member of Nativity Lutheran Church. She returned to Portland two years ago. Survivors include her son, Michael of Bend; sister, Virginia Boley of Portland; and one grandchild.

Disposition was by cremation. The family suggests
remembrances to the American Cancer Society. Arrangements are by American Burial & Cremation Services of Oregon.

The Oregonian, 03 Jan 2000 
Fouts, Alberta Marie (I1462)
 
12 According to green Phipps book page 317:
Died ca 1867 of typhoid as a student at Emory and Henry College.

Note From researcher Valerie: He was in the 1870 Census with his father and siblings. Does anyone know his real death date?

He married PY Fulton, no children. 
Phipps, William James Worth (I807)
 
13 According to The Early Oregonian data, Allen Hash was married to Elizabeth Edwards - not Bessie Phipps.

Early Oregonian Search

Hash, Allen
Person Profile
Alias
Gender Male
Ethnicity
Date of Birth Mar 1817
Place of Birth Grayson Co., VA
Alt. Date of Birth 1820
Occupation farmer
Date of Death 04 Mar 1908
Place of Death OR
Alt. Date of Death
Place of Burial Gray Butte Cemetery, Madras, Jefferson Co., OR
Mother Bonham, Hannah
Father Hash, William
Date of Arrival 18 Oct 1852

Marriage Information
Spouse Date Location
Edwards, Elizabeth 20 Aug 1837 Grayson Co., VA

Associated Records
Event Document Type Date Location Number Source
Assessment Assessment 1855 Benton Co., OR
Assessment Assessment 1856 Benton Co., OR
Land Claim Donation Benton Co., OR
OC 2841

Please contact the Reference Desk if you would like to purchase copies of records.

Associated Persons
Name Gender Birthdate Relation
Bonham, Hannah Mother
Edwards, Elizabeth Female 24 Dec 1821 Spouse
Hash, William Father

Census Events
Year Census Type State Location Household No. Age Vol Pg No.
1850 Federal MO Ray Co. 814 34yrs
1860 Federal OR Benton Co. 271 40yrs
1870 Federal OR Linn Co.
1900 Federal OR Crook Co.

Sources
ODLC; Crook Co 1885 Assessment roll, vol 2; Findagrave

https://secure.sos.state.or.us/prs/personprofile.do?recordNumber=100840

 
Hash, Allen (I395)
 
14 Ada Ruth (Begley) Cole age 72 of Lewisburg, OH, died Monday, March 29, 2010 at Hospice of Dayton. Born on October 1, 1937 in Hazard, KY she was the daughter of the late Amerida & Bessie (Vires) Begley. Member of the American Legion Auxiliary Post # 762 in New Lebanon, OH; the Fraternal Order of Eagles Post # 2202 in Eaton, OH and the V.F.W. Auxiliary Post # 3288 in Brookville, OH.

Preceded in death by her husband of 55 years: Adolph "Rudy" Cole in 2009; daughter, Vivian Deisher in 2006; brothers: Tinsley, Billy Joe, Herbert, Eugene and George Begley and sister: Annette Zimmerman.

Survived by son: Dolphie Cole of Lewisburg, OH and daughter: Tamara Lynn Cole of St. Mary's, OH; sisters: Pauline Gross of Camden, OH, Shirley Rike and Juanita Gruver both of Lewisburg; grandsons, Jeremy Sizemore, Jacob Deisher and Timothy Cole; great granddaughter, Julia Vivian Deisher; numerous nieces and nephews.

Funeral Service will be held 1:00 PM Friday, April 2, 2010 at Barnes Funeral Home, 411 North Commerce Street, Lewisburg, OH with Rev. Todd Smith officiating. Interment will be held in Roselawn Cemetery in Lewisburg. Family will receive friends on Friday, April 2, 2010 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the funeral home.

Memorial Contributions may be made to Hospice of Dayton – 324 Wilmington Ave. - Dayton, OH 45420. Online condolences to the family via the Web site at www.barnesfuneralhome.com 
Begley, Ada Ruth (I1056)
 
15 Adams Sentinel, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 23 June 1851.
Tragedy in Kentucky. The Frankfort Commonwealth gives an account of a tragic affair at Booneville, Owsley county, Kentucky on the 12th of May last. There had been some difficulty between Wm. Moore, John Moore and John Reece, brothers-in-law in relation to the division of some property. On that day they met in the open street and had some conversation which resulted in blows. The two Moores attacked Reece with sticks and stones, and he defended himself with a large butcher knife with which he stabbed his assailants in such a manner that they died in about ten hours. The deceased each left a wife and family. Reece was severely beaten, but is expected to recover.

Text from from the Owsley County History and Genealogy Society website -- http://www.owsleykyhist.net/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=2
which is not longer a supported URL.

 
Moore, John (I117)
 
16 Adams Sentinel, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. 23 June 1851.
Tragedy in Kentucky. The Frankfort Commonwealth gives an account of a tragic affair at Booneville, Owsley county, Kentucky on the 12th of May last. There had been some difficulty between Wm. Moore, John Moore and John Reece, brothers-in-law in relation to the division of some property. On that day they met in the open street and had some conversation which resulted in blows. The two Moores attacked Reece with sticks and stones, and he defended himself with a large butcher knife with which he stabbed his assailants in such a manner that they died in about ten hours. The deceased each left a wife and family. Reece was severely beaten, but is expected to recover.

Text from from the Owsley County History and Genealogy Society website -- http://www.owsleykyhist.net/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=2
which is not longer a supported URL. 
Moore, William (I52)
 
17 ADAMS, Pauline Age 82 of Hamilton, passed away at Mercy Hospital on Friday, June 5, 2015 at 8:31 PM. She was born in Livingston, Kentucky on July 20, 1932 the daughter of Bennett and Clara (Pruitt) Mullins. Pauline was employed as a dietary technician at D. Russell Lee Vocational School for more than twenty years. She was a member of North Fairfield Baptist Church. In 1956 she married Elmer R. Adams and he preceded her in death in 2005. She is survived by by two sons, Frank (Elizabeth) Adams of Fairfield and Paul Adams of Hamilton; one sister, Helen Swanner of Hamilton; five grandchildren, Ashley, Nick, Paul Jr., Alaina, and Landen Adams. She was preceded in death by her parents; and three sisters, Marie Ponder, Mabel Gentry, and Bernice Chandler. Funeral service will be held at North Fairfield Baptist Church, 6853 Gilmore Road, on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 at 12:00 noon with Rev. Mark Wilson officiating. Burial will follow at Greenwood Cemetery. Visitation will be held on Tuesday from 10:00 AM to 12:00 noon at the church. Memorial contributions can be made to the New Life Baptist Mission, 415 Henry Street, Hamilton 45011. Condolences can be made at www.browndawsonflick.com
Published in Journal-News on June 7, 2015 
Mullins, Pauline (I864)
 
18 ADOLPH "RUDY" COLE , 73 of Lewisburg, OH, died Sunday, May 10, 2009 at Hospice of Dayton. Rudy was born on February 21, 1936 in McKee, KY, son of the late Elige & Grace (Hundley) Cole. He retired from Cole's Barber Shop in Lewisburg where he was the owner and operator from 1962 to 2000. Rudy loved to fish, hunt and boat and spend time with his family and friends. Member of the American Legion Post # 762 in New Lebanon, OH; the Fraternal Order of Eagles Post # 2202 in Eaton, OH and the V.F.W. Post # 3288 in Brookville, OH. In addition to his parents he is preceded in death by his daughter, Vivian Deisher in 2006; brothers, John and Nickolas Cole; brothers-in-law, Tinsley, Billy Joe, Herbert and George Begley and sister-in-law, Annette Zimmerman.

Survived by his wife of 55 years, Ada Ruth (Begley) Cole; son, Dolphie Cole of Lewisburg and daughter, Tamara Lynn Cole of St. Mary's, OH; sister, Marie Staggs of Alabama; brothers, Ben Cole of Alabama and Robert Cole of Dayton; sisters-in-law, Pauline Gross of Camden, OH, Shirley Rike and Juanita Gruver both of Lewisburg; brother-in-law, Eugene Begley of Dayton; grandsons, Jeremy Sizemore, Jacob Deisher and Timothy Cole; great granddaughter, Julia Vivian Deisher; numerous nieces and nephews.

Funeral Service will be held at 11:00 am on Friday, May 15, 2009 at the Barnes Funeral Home, 411 North Commerce Street, Lewisburg, OH with Rev. Frank Cole officiating. Interment will be held in Roselawn Cemetery in Lewisburg. Family will receive friends on Thursday, May 14, 2009 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm at the funeral home.

Memorial Contributions may be made to the Lewisburg Emergency Unit, P.O. Box 697, Lewisburg, OH 45338. Online condolences to the family via the Web site at www.barnesfuneralhome.com 
Cole, Adolf (I1051)
 
19 After his father, Millard Warren, died in 1913, Orville's mother Fannie (Scott) Warren married a second time to Ben Hensley.

In the 1920 census, Orville Warren, age 9, is listed as son in the household of Ben and Fannie in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio.

In the 1930 census, Orville Warren, age 18, is listed as step-son in the household of Ben and Fannie in Hamilton, Butler County, Ohio.








 
Warren, Orville Melvin (I1591)
 
20 After Mattie's death in 1930, Mack married a second time to Mahala Elizabeth Miller.

Mattie and Mack has three children. In the 1930 census they were ages 3, 2, and 0. It appears from records that the oldest daughter was taken in by her maternal grandparents, William and Frances McDaniel. The young son and youngest daughter were adopted into other families. All three are listed among Mack Brock's ten children in his obituary. 
Brock, Mack (I507)
 
21 After Mattie's death in 1930, Mack married a second time to Mahala Elizabeth Miller.

Mattie and Mack has three children. In the 1930 census they were ages 3, 2, and 0. It appears from records that the oldest daughter was taken in by her maternal grandparents, William and Frances McDaniel. The young son and youngest daughter were adopted into other families. All three are listed among Mack Brock's ten children in his obituary. 
McDaniel, Mattie (I500)
 
22 After Tom McDaniel's death in 1898, Martha married a second time on 21 Feb 1901 to Charles Franklin May. They had eight children. Ponder, Martha Frances (I319)
 
23 Alabama, Texas, and Virginia Confederate Pensions

Application:
Name: Nathan Ward
Application Date: 2 Apr 1889
Application Place: Grayson, Virginia
Spouse: Mrs. Rebecca Ward
Marriage Place: Grayson County, Virginia
Death Date: 24 Aug 1862
Death Place: Hartsburg
Application Type: Widow

 
Ward, Nathan (I1663)
 
24 ALBERT WILLIAM PARSONS, 81, Yucatan Drive, Orlando, died Friday, Nov. 15. Mr. Parsons was a machinist for Martin Marietta. Born in Harlan, Ky., he moved to Central Florida in 1957. He was a member of Orlando Baptist Church. Survivors: wife, Tevis; sons, Charles W., Fort Pierce, Albert E., Texarkana, Texas; sister, Laura Wilson, Louisville, Ky.; four grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Baldwin-Fairchild Funeral Home, Conway.

The Orlando Sentinel - Saturday, November 16, 1996 
Parsons, Albert William (I929)
 
25 Allen Cunningham, 58, of Muldrow, OK died Saturday, March 23, 2013 in his home.

He was the owner and operator of Al's Trucks and Autos in Muldrow and the co-owner of Palmer-Cunningham Motor Sports in Muldrow.

He was preceded in death by his father; William Cunningham.

Graveside service will be at 11 am Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at Bolton Cemetery in the Dean Springs area north of Alma, AR, under the direction of Edwards Van-Alma Funeral Home of Van Buren.

He is survived by his wife Kathy of the home, 2 daughters; Susan Garrett of Van Buren, Jessica Tucker of Fort Smith, 4 sons; Richard Rivera and his wife Amanda of Fort Smith, AR, Quinton Cunningham of Roland, OK, Billy Cunningham of San Diego, CA, Marshall Adams of Fort Smith, his mother Betty Lepley of Ozark, AR, a sister Laura George and her husband Frank of McKinney, TX, 4 grandchildren; Shianne, Austin, Zane, and Hayden, and 3 nieces; Leah Burgett of Shallow Water, TX, Casey Woody of Oklahoma City, OK, and Tiffany Boone of McKinney, TX.

Honorary pallbearers will be members of his racing family; "H", Ron, Tim, J-Bird, Joe, Bubba, Rick, and Chris. 
Cunningham, Allen (I1513)
 
26 Amanda Elizabeth Murray Blankenship, 82, of Veedersburg, died at 8:45 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 15, 2010, at The Waters of Covington.

She was born in Clay County, Ky. on Nov. 20, 1928 to the late Delmar B. and Mary Jane Greer Murray. On May 8, 1948, she married Clyde Henry Blankenship in London, Ky. He survives.

Also surviving are eight children, Walter Ed Blankenship (wife: Vicky), Gary Wayne Blankenship (wife: Gina), Ralph Dennis (Christy) Blankenship and Leisa Ann (Scott) Minick, all of Veedersburg, Kathy Nadine Poll (husband: David) of Covington, Karen Jane Clodfelder (husband: Alan) of Covington, Martha Karolyn Rookstool (husband: Mike) of Willis, Texas and James "Jim" Earl Blankenship (wife: Marcia) of Attica; two sisters, Bethel Schaeffer (husband: George) of Covington and Nadine Sample (husband: Cliston) of Veedersburg; a brother, Edmund Murray, Tavares, Fl.; 24 grandchildren and 37 great-grandchildren.

She was also preceded in death by two sons, Robert Lee and Clyde Dale Blankenship, both in August of 1984, and a grandson, Marc Richard Billingsley, June of 1991.

Journal-Courier, Lafayette, IN 
Murray, Amanda Elizabeth (I1099)
 
27 Annie G. Marcum

TEXAS CITY — Annie G. Marcum, 77 of Texas City passed away Friday, February 18, 2005 in Houston. Annie was a resident of Texas City for forty-one years.

Visitation for Annie will be Sunday, February 20, 2005 between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. at the James Crowder Funeral Home in La Marque.

Annie was born April 7, 1927 in Honeygrove, Texas. Annie was preceded in death by her husband Henry Marcum; sister Mattie Irene Clemons; and brother William “Dub” Scroggins. Annie is survived by three sons and daughters-in-law Virgil and Diane Marcum of California, Dennis and Janet Marcum of Texas City, Keith and Melissa Marcum of Texas City; five grandchildren Marc Marcum, Marcie Carlson and husband Curtis, Tracie Jackson and husband Clint, Mistie Marcum and Casey Marcum; one great-grandson Leif Carlson.

Memorials maybe made to M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, P.O. Box 4486, Houston, Texas 77210-4486.

James Crowder Funeral Home - La Marque Published February 19, 2005
Galveston Daily News 
Scroggins, Annie Grace (I756)
 
28 Arthur Eugene “Gene” Young, 78, husband of Mary Middleton Young, of Lexington, passed away Saturday, June 27, 2015. He was born May 24, 1937 in Madison County to the late Marion Wheeler (Willard) Young and Nora Evelyn Lawson Young. He worked as a boiler processor for the General Electric Corp and loved fishing, golf and UK Basketball.

Surviving relatives besides his wife include a brother, Samuel Marion Young (Marion Samuel Sr); three sisters, Deloris McQueen, Barbara Durrum and Marietta Shields; a daughter, Ginger Shumate; two sons, Robert Young and James Young; step-daughter, Donna Byrd; step-son, Gary Byrd and ten grandchildren.

Funeral services will be 2:30 PM Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at Kerr Brothers, Harrodsburg Road. Burial will follow in Bluegrass Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be from 1:30 PM until service time on Wednesday at the funeral home.

Contributions are suggested to the American Heart Association, 15120 Collections Center Drive, Chicago, IL 60693 or the American Diabetes Association, P.O. Box 21903, Lexington, KY 40522.

Obit Courtesy kerrbrothersfuneralhome.com 
Young, Arthur Eugene (I1542)
 
29 Austin Dyche Ponder
March 28, 1920 - September 23, 2017 Mr. Austin Dyche Ponder, 97 of Stanford, died Saturday, September 23, 2017 at his residence. He was born in Red Hill, KY on March 28, 1920 the son of Daniel Minitree and Mary Ann Mullins Ponder. He was a farmer, a KY Colonel and a member of Gilberts Creek Baptist Church in Garrard County, KY.

Mr. Ponder is survived by two sons: Bill Frank Ponder of Stanford and Jeff and Kathy Ponder of Lexington and two daughters: Juddie and Ed Donaldson of Versailles and Jennifer Ponder of Victor, ID. Also surviving are ten grandchildren: Dan Lewis, Kathy Lewis, Aubrey Donaldson, Austin Donaldson, Zelie Donaldson, Amy and Andrew Ginn, Logan Ponder, Emily Ponder, Carly Woken and Lily Wolken and two great grandchildren: Matthew Ginn and Meritt Ginn. In addition to his parents, Mr. Ponder was preceded in death by his wife: Margaret Ponder; three brothers: Seldon, Dale and Caleb Ponder and two sisters: Agnes Carroll and Bernice Griffin. 
Ponder, Austin Dyche (I958)
 
30 BAKER, MARY ANN "ANN"

Of Tampa, died peacefully at home, surrounded by family June 20, 2015, at the age of 88. Also known as Mammie, Sissy, and Sal by her family and friends, Ann will be missed by her daughter, Brenda (Harry) Phillips; grandchildren, Ronnie Baker, Kasey (Bobby) Klem, James (Melissa) Pistole, Beth (Geoff) Ludwick, and Alex (Tena) Ludwick; as well as five great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband, Harold Baker; brother, Alfred "Buddy" Smith; sister, Elizabeth "Libby" Hamilton; son, John Michael Baker; daughter, Barbara Ludwick. She will be lovingly remembered by her children's spouses Harry, Lorraine, and Charles. Born November 8, 1926 to Alfred and Bonnie Smith, Ann's faith in the Lord was an anchor in her life. She loved music and taught her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren to play the piano. She was an amazing baker, seamstress, gardener, and caregiver, who never stopped moving and loved shopping. A life long resident of Tampa, she married Harold Baker in 1945 and raised their three wonderful children in the house they built together next to her mother's and brother's homes. Her family was her life and her home will be remembered as the center of many holidays and birthdays, with cakes lovingly baked and decorated by Ann. Ann taught her family to be kind, forgiving, and resilient. She was a shining example of grace, strength, and positivity to the many who knew and loved her. A celebration of Ann's life is scheduled for Wednesday, June 24, at Gonzalez Funeral Home. Visitation will begin 11 am, service at noon, followed by interment at Rose Hill Cemetery.
Published in the Tampa Bay Times on June 23, 2015 
Smith, Mary Ann "Ann" (I872)
 
31 BALL Homer D. Passed on Thursday, March 22, 2018 at age 92. He was preceded in death by his parents, George and Rosa Ball and his loving wife of 62 years, Dorothy Ball. Homer is survived by a dear son, Raymond (Laurie) Ball and a cherished granddaughter, Emily Ball. He will be remembered by: sister-in-law Anna Ball; several nieces and nephews; as well as a host of family, neighbors and friends.

Before becoming a barber, Homer served his country in the U.S. Army during WWII in Italy. He was awarded the Purple Heart and European-African-Middle Eastern Theatre medal and three Bronze Stars.

Raymond and the family wish to express deep gratitude to his father’s care givers, Nikki Hacker in Cincinnati, Ohio, as well as all the staff at the V.A. Hospital in West Roxbury, Massachusetts.

Friends may call Thursday, March 29, 2018 from 10 am until services at 11am at the Neidhard – Young Funeral Home, 7401 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231. 
Ball, Homer Daris (I1205)
 
32 BALL, Dorothy A. (Sams), 89, passed away on August 16th at University Hospital, unexpectedly and after a brief illness. She is survived by her beloved husband of 62 years, Homer Ball. She is also survived by her loving son Raymond and his wife Laurie and her cherished granddaughter, Emily, all of Boston. She is also survived by many nieces and nephews.

Dorothy was born in Livingston, Kentucky, the daughter of the late Robert and the late Delia Sams. She moved to Cincinnati as a young adult and during WWII, she worked at Union Terminal supporting the war effort and was then happy to be a homemaker in their home of 57 years in Mount Healthy. Dorothy loved tending to her garden, sitting outside in the fresh air, visiting with the children who played on the street and making chili for Emily when she came to visit.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital, 501 St Jude Place, Memphis, TN. 38105. 
Sams, Dorothy (I1204)
 
33 Beattyville, KY- Ruby Tackett, age 81, widow of James Tackett, passed away Thursday, November 5, 2020 at the Lee County Care and Rehabilitation Center in Beattyville, KY.

Ruby was born September 29, 1939 in Booneville, KY, a daughter to the late Willie and Rosie (Eldridge) Terry. She spent her life as a homemaker and was a member of the Warren’s Chapel Church in Vincent, KY.

Ruby is survived by 1 brother; Jimmy Terry of Newport, Tennessee, 1 sister; Phyllis Phleuger of Bellevue, KY, 7 grandchildren, 3 great grandchildren and many other loving family members, and friends.

She was preceded in death by her parents; Willie and Rosie Terry, her husband; James Tackett, 3 sons; James Timothy Tackett, Wallace Tackett and Tracy Tackett, 5 brothers; Robert, Delbert, Johnny, Luther and Clarence Terry and 1 sister; Louise Turner.

A graveside service will be held at the Gabbard-Tackett Cemetery, officiated by Pastor Randell Amburgy on Saturday, November 7, 2020 at 12:00 PM with visitation beginning at 11:00 AM. She will be laid to rest in the Gabbard-Tackett Cemetery beside her husband. 
Terry, Ruby (I1173)
 
34 Beauty Queen. Not slain, verdict of coroner, ascribing Louisville death of Cincinnatian's kin to effects of fall.
Miss Una Ponder, 26-year-old former Louisville beauty queen, who was found dying in her Louisville apartment by Greater Cincinnati relatives September 11, died of a "cerebral hemorrhage due to a fall in her home," the Jefferson County Coroner's office ruled yesterday.

Miss Ponder died the day after she was found by a sister, Mrs. Charles Rhodus, 121 Latonia Terrace Homes, Covington, and a brother, Keith Ponder, 127 Garfield Pl. They went to Louisville after receiving a mysterious telephone call that Miss Ponder was "in trouble."

Deputy Coroner Joseph Beck said that "the verdict is on the basis of information available at this time." Sgt. henry Riebel of the police homicide squad said that he still was investigating the possibility of homicide.

When found the woman's body was covered in bruises and what appeared to be cigarette burns. Death by a sadistic killer was suspected at first. Later, however, police said a closer inspection cast doubt on the possibility of injury by another person.

Cincinnati Enquirer. 23 Sep 1947.

 
Ponder, Una Versa (I982)
 
35 Believed to have been born and raised in the Cincinnati area, Hamilton Co., Ohio, Garland married Minnie J (Lawson) Madden in about 1945 in Cincinnati. They returned to Minnie's home in Madison Co., KY within a couple weeks of wedding to continue raising Minnie's children. Ann, her father having died at the tender young age of 1, only knew Garland as "Dad." In fact, when referring to her childhood, if a person asks her about her father, she often forgets to mention John Madden and only refers to Garland Roberts. Minnie's children were the only children Garland knew as his own, as he was reportedly unable to have his own kids in a previous marriage.

Gravesite Details
next to wife Minnie J Lawson Madden Roberts. 
Roberts, Garland Wesley (I1538)
 
36 Benjamin Phipps' brother, David Phipps, also lived in Grayson County, Virginia. Both are in Wilson Creek Township just two pages apart in the 1870 census.

David also named a son Creed Phipps. This Creed used the full name of William Creed Phipps. He was born 1847 and lived until 1932. Married and had several children. 
Phipps, Creed Watson (I806)
 
37 Bennett "Benny" Ponder age 81 of Richmond passed away Wednesday May 30, 2012 at Hospice Compassionate Center.
Bennett was born in Rockcastle County to the late Henry and Allie B. Mullins Ponder. He was retired from Kentucky Stone, a U.S. Army veteran and member of the Hays Fork Baptist Church.

He is survived by his wife Lorene Mink Ponder, three children Patricia (Roger) Wolfe, Janice Chadwell and Kevin Ponder, one brother William Ponder, two sisters Cacus Marker and Dean Yencer, 7 grandchildren James Michael Kirby, Jennifer Dawn Short, Scott Bradley, Benjamin Kirby, Paige Ponder, Roger Wolfe Jr. and Mackenzie Ponder and great grandchildren Austin Short, Kevin Wolfe, Hannah Davis, Lilly Davis and another one expected to be here in November.

In addition to his parents he was also preceded in death by one sister Eva Shannon.

Funeral services will be 2 pm Saturday June 2nd, 2012 at Lakes Funeral Home with Rev. Vincent Carmen officiating. Burial will follow in the Madison County Memorial Gardens. Visitation will be from 11am until time of services at the funeral home.

Condolences may be left for the family at www.lakesfuneralhome.com 
Ponder, Bennett (I909)
 
38 Bentley Spivey.
Bentley Spivey, 62, of Dayton, Ohio, and formerly of Rockcastle county, passed away Tuesday, May 22 at his home. He was born in Rockcastle County November 16, 1910, the son of the late Samuel and Clista Mahaffey Spivey.

Survivors are three sons, Robby of Richmond and John and Marvin, both of Dayton, Ohio; eight daughters, Mrs. Adell Mullins and Mrs. Ann Miller, both of East Bernstadt, Mrs. Ruby Lucas, Mrs. Dorothy Franks and Mrs. Brenda Sue Allen, all of Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. Penny Morris and Mrs. Joan Hayes, both of Livingston and Mrs. Lucille Taylor of Mason, Ohio; four sisters, Mrs. Becky Waddle, Mrs. Sally Travilian, Mrs. Teddy Carpenter and Mrs. Bertha Terry; two brothers, Casper and Elmer Spivey and 22 grandchildren.

Funeral services will be held Friday, May 25 at the Cox Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. John Durham officiating. Burial will be in the Bales Cemetery. 
Spivey, Bentley (I461)
 
39 Bernice Elkins Spivey, 78, of Waverly, Tennessee, and formerly of Livingston died Monday, November 4, 1996 at Baptist Three Rivers Hospital in Waverly, Tenn. She was born in Fleming County March 18, 1918, the daughter of Ester and Cora Bell Cope Elkins and was a retired waitress and a member of the Baptist Church.

Survivors are one brother, Claude Elkins of Waverly.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Casper Spivey.

Graveside services will be Thursday, November 7 (today) at Bales Cemetery with Bro. Bill Medley officiating.

Arrangements are by Dowell and Martin Funeral Home. 
Elkins, Bernice Fostine (I470)
 
40 Bessie Murray was born April 28, 1921 in Clay County, KY and departed this life Thursday, November 18, 2010 at her residence, being 89 years of age. She was the daughter of the late Allen & Ethel (Anderson) Robinson.

Bessie is survived by one daughter, Rita Murray Storie and husband, Richard, of Sugar Grove. She is also survived by two brothers Dallas Robinson and Paul Robinson, both of Manchester, KY, and by one sister, Pauline Doyle, of Jonesville, MI. Bessie was blessed with three grandchildren, and by two great-grandchildren. She was also blessed with a step great grandson, by a special son-in-law and his wife; by many nieces and nephews; and by one special longtime friend, Peggy Spitzer of Myrtle Beach, S.C.; plus dozens of other cherished friends from Home Health, Senior Services and C.A.P.

She loved the Lord and prayed everyday to the end.
In addition to her parents, Bessie was also preceded in death by her husband Ebb Murray; by her daughter Sharon Murray Afterkirk and by three brothers Bentley, Burton & Berlon Robinson.

Bessie's wit, hospitality and tenacity were admired and will be missed by all who were lucky enough to know her well. She was an avid gardener with a green thumb, never missing a planting season in her 89 and a half years.
We feel our loss is Heaven's gain. 
Robinson, Bessie (I697)
 
41 Betty Ann (Turner) Lepley September 19, 1935 - October 15, 2019
Betty Ann Lepley, 84, formerly of Ozark, Arkansas, went home to be with the Lord on October 15, 2019, in Frisco, Texas. She was born in Cass, Arkansas, on September 19, 1935 to Samuel and Lucy White Turner. As a young child, Betty moved with her family from Cass to Hammond, Indiana. She attended Hammond High School where she was a member of National Jr. Honor Society, the girls athletic club, and the school band. She graduated in 1953, and married William Cunningham on September 19th of the same year. They went on to have 2 children, Allen, and Laura. In 1971, Betty and her family moved to Alma, Arkansas. After the death of her husband William, she would later marry Donald Lepley Sr, and move to Oklahoma City. Donald and Betty eventually settled in Ozark in 1985, where Betty served the coffee boys and all of Ozark, at the Ozark Restaurant. She was a faithful member of the Webb City Baptist Church and enjoyed her trips with her lady’s Sunday school class. Betty is known best for her column in the Spectator for “Betty’s Briefs”. When she wasn’t writing for the local community she busied herself crocheting, working crossword puzzles, and collecting Betty Boop memorabilia.

She was preceded in death by her parents Samuel and Lucy Turner, first husband, Bill Cunningham, and late husband, Donald Lepley; brother, Larry Turner; son, Allen Cunningham; step-son Don Lepley Jr; step-daughter, Debbie Goins; and grandsons Brian Howe, and Austin Goins. She is survived by brothers, David Turner and wife Dottie; Bruce Turner and wife Beverly; John Turner and wife Jan; daughter Laura George and husband Frank, step-daughter Carol Kautz and husband Terry; grandchildren, Leah Burgett, Cassandra Woody, Billy Cunningham, Laura Baiamonte, Audrey Garcia, Kelly Goins, and Tiffany Boone; and her great grandchildren, Ashlin and Brenton Burgett, Owen Woody, Olivia and Molly Baiamonte, Devyn, Dakato, Delilah Boone.

Family will visit with friends from 6:00 until 8:00 PM Friday, October 18th at Shaffer Funeral Home Chapel, 2315 West Commercial Street in Ozark.

Funeral service will be held 10:00 AM Saturday, October 19, 2019 at Shaffer Funeral Home Chapel with Brother Jan Akins officiating and burial at Highland Cemetery under direction of Shaffer Funeral Home 
Turner, Betty Ann (I1354)
 
42 Betty L. Whitehead - Hundley, age 71, of New Paris, Ohio, died Wednesday December 17, 2008 at Reid Hospital in Richmond, Indiana. Born on July 5, 1937 at McKee, Kentucky, she was the daughter of the late Robert Daniel & Mariah Elizabeth (Cole) Hundley. She attended school in Jefferson Township in Montgomery County Ohio and retired from the Preble County Board of Mental Retardation in Eaton.

Preceded in death by her second husband, Walter Sheets, sister, Bethel Ramsey, brothers, Russel & Gene Hundley.

She is survived by her first husband, Lloyd Whitehead of Hillsboro, Ohio, daughters, Vickie Wissler of New Madison, Ohio, Connie (Rick) Woodard of Eaton, Ohio and Angela Lyles of New Paris, Ohio, sister, Phina Bright of Tenn. Eight grandchildren, two step grandchildren, seventeen great grandchildren and two step great grandchildren. Nieces and nephews.

Funeral service will be held at 1:00 pm Monday December 22, 2008 at Barnes Funeral Home, 220 East Main Street, Eaton, Ohio. Interment will be held in Arlington Cemetery at Brookville, Ohio. Family will receive friends on Monday from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm at the funeral home.

Memorial Contributions may be made to The Arthritis Foundation, Ohio River Valley Chapter, 7124 Miami Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45243. Condolences may be sent to the family via Guest Book at www.barnesfuneralhome.com 
Hundley, Betty Lou (I1046)
 
43 Bettye Sue Headley, 80, died Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2004, at Hemet Valley Medical Center. Born May 21, 1923, in Toledo, Ohio, she lived in Sun City for 20 years. She was a licensed vocational nurse for more than 25 years and retired in 1982 from Long Beach Veterans Administration Hospitals emergency room. She enjoyed traveling. , Mrs. Headley was preceded in death by her parents, William and Race McCollum Howard. She is survived by her husband, Harold E. Headley of Sim City; Sons; brother; sisters; eight grandchildren; and five greatgrandchildren. Visitation is scheduled from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 8, at Miller-Jones Mortuary & Crematory in Sun City. A graveside Service will be held at 1 p.m. Monday, Feb. 9, at Riverside National Cemetery, staging area No. 4, with the Rev. Gary Enniss officiating. . Miller-Jones Mortuary & Crematory in Sun City is handling arrangements.

The Californian, Temecula, California, 07 Feb 2004, Saturday, Page 16.
Contributor: Kathy Jerrow (47986289) 
Howard, Betty (I1024)
 
44 Beulah Mae (Bailey) Wilmot of Middletown passed away on 5/2 at her residence. She was born on Nay 10, 1917 in Morgan Co, Kentucky to Luther & Rebecca (Watson) Bailey. She was a self-employed beautician for over 50 years, She was preceded in death by her husband; Charles S. Wilmot in 2006, her parents, her sisters Gladys Baurman, Reva Elder and Geneva Carter and a brother; Hubery Bailey. She is survived by her daughter; Donna Rae (John) Combs of Astor, Fl, her step-sons; Charles Bud Wilmot and Steve Wilmot both of Middletown, her step-daughter Starlin Wilmot of Carlisle, Oh, her grandchildren; Timothy Mckenzie of Fl, Tamara Metzger of Middletown and Lisa Nicholas of Tx, 5 great- grandchildren and 2 great- great grandchildren. Entombment will be in the Woodside Cemetery Mausoleum. Bailey, Beulah Mae (I1284)
 
45 Biographical history of Page County, Iowa. Chicago, Lewis & Dunbar, 1890. Page 828-830.

William J. Phipps is descended from an old American family of English origin. They settled first in Grayson County, Virginia, where Isaiah Phipps, the grandfather of our subject, was born; he was married there and reared a large family. His son, John, the father of William J., was born in Grayson County, Virginia, in 1815, and was reared to the occupation of a farmer. At the age of twenty years he emigrated to Vermillion County, Illinois, where he was one of the early settlers. He married Eliza J. Hall, a daughter of William and Annie (Copeland) Hall, and to them were born three children: Mary A., Sylvester and William J. They resided in Vermilion County until 1839, and then went to Bates County, Missouri, where the wife died. In 1847 Mr. Phipps removed to Lee County, Iowa, and was one of the pioneers of that county. In 1850, during the gold fever in California, he emigrated to that State and engaged in mining, meeting with marked success. While there he turned his attention to farming; he was again married to Ellen Wayman, and they had four children: Emma, Ann E., Mary E. and John N. Mr. Phipps is now living in San Luis Obispo County, California. He is a worthy member of the Christian Church, and an honored citizen.

William J. Phipps, his son and the subject of this sketch, was born in Vermillion County, Illinois, in 1837, receiving the limited education that was afforded in that early day. His father being a pioneer of three States: he was reared on the frontier and subjected to the privations and vicissitudes of that life. In 1857 he was married to Lydia A. Copeland in Decatur County, Iowa. She is a daughter of Jefferson and Louisa (Johnson) Copeland. Seven children were born of this marriage: Mary A., deceased at two years; Miles J., deceased at the age of seven years; Julia E., deceased at five months; Emma J, , Leonore and Theodore, twins, deceased in infancy, and John W., deceased at one year of age.

Mr. Phipps engaged in agricultural pursuits in Decatur County, where he lived until 1861; he then removed to Pottawattamie County, and at the end of two years went to the Rocky Mountains, remaining there three years. In 1868 he came to Page County and bought land in Fremont Township on which he settled; he still owns this farm, but it is now occupied by his daughter and son-in-law, Howard Soper, who married Emma J. They are the parents of two children, William Howard and Morris Willard.

Mr. Phipps is a man of correct principles and habits, and has endeavored always to live an upright life. He is prominently identified with all the interests of the great West, having witnessed its growth and development from the trackless prairie to its present advanced state of cultivation. He and his wife are both true Christians, and have borne the sorrow which they have met in the loss of their children with characteristic patience and resignation. Politically he affiliates with the Democratic party. It has been through his own unaided efforts that he has made his money, and he deservedly ranks with the honored list of self made men of the West.

Jefferson Copeland, the father of Mrs. Phipps, is a grandson of Charles Copeland, who came from Scotland to Halifax, Nova Scotia, long before the war of the Revolution. Charles Copeland married Miss Abigail Hass, and they had one son, Charles. The father returned to Scotland to recover some property belonging to his family estate, and while there broke his leg and was detailed a long time. The means of communication were very meager, and as his wife did not hear from him for such a long time, she moved with her father’s family to Virginia, where she married again. After a long time her husband abandoned all hopes of gaining his part of the estate and returned to Nova Scotia, where he again broke his leg; his wife hearing of his return traveled all the distance from Virginia to see him, but he passed away before she reached his side. Her son, Charles, the father of Jefferson, was a native of Nova Scotia, and a soldier in the war of the Revolution. He married Hannah Osborn, and they had thirteen children, of whom Jefferson is the youngest and the only surviving one. The father was a member of the Baptist Church. Jefferson Copeland was born in Bledsoe County, Tennessee, in 1810, and was seven years of age when his parents removed to Indiana; there he learned to read and write, and at the age of eighteen years he learned the trade of blacksmith. In 1834 he married Louisa Johnson, daughter of Patrick and Annie Morton Johnson, both of Scotch descent.

They became the parents of five children; Charlotte, Charles, Lydia A., Martha, and Julietta. Since 1868 Mr. Copeland has been a resident of Page County; he is now eighty years of age. He is a diligent student of the Bible and preaches the Gospel as it is revealed to him by the reading of the Word. He has suffered many hardships in his career, but has been of incalculable benefit to his country in clearing a path through the wilderness for the advance of civilization. There is no more honorable record in the life of any American citizen.

 
Phipps, William J. (I815)
 
46 Biographical history of Page County, Iowa. Chicago, Lewis & Dunbar, 1890. Page 828-830.

William J. Phipps is descended from an old American family of English origin. They settled first in Grayson County, Virginia, where Isaiah Phipps, the grandfather of our subject, was born; he was married there and reared a large family. His son, John, the father of William J., was born in Grayson County, Virginia, in 1815, and was reared to the occupation of a farmer. At the age of twenty years he emigrated to Vermillion County, Illinois, where he was one of the early settlers. He married Eliza J. Hall, a daughter of William and Annie (Copeland) Hall, and to them were born three children: Mary A., Sylvester and William J. They resided in Vermilion County until 1839, and then went to Bates County, Missouri, where the wife died. In 1847 Mr. Phipps removed to Lee County, Iowa, and was one of the pioneers of that county. In 1850, during the gold fever in California, he emigrated to that State and engaged in mining, meeting with marked success. While there he turned his attention to farming; he was again married to Ellen Wayman, and they had four children: Emma, Ann E., Mary E. and John N. Mr. Phipps is now living in San Luis Obispo County, California. He is a worthy member of the Christian Church, and an honored citizen.

William J. Phipps, his son and the subject of this sketch, was born in Vermillion County, Illinois, in 1837, receiving the limited education that was afforded in that early day. His father being a pioneer of three States: he was reared on the frontier and subjected to the privations and vicissitudes of that life. In 1857 he was married to Lydia A. Copeland in Decatur County, Iowa. She is a daughter of Jefferson and Louisa (Johnson) Copeland. Seven children were born of this marriage: Mary A., deceased at two years; Miles J., deceased at the age of seven years; Julia E., deceased at five months; Emma J, , Leonore and Theodore, twins, deceased in infancy, and John W., deceased at one year of age.

Mr. Phipps engaged in agricultural pursuits in Decatur County, where he lived until 1861; he then removed to Pottawattamie County, and at the end of two years went to the Rocky Mountains, remaining there three years. In 1868 he came to Page County and bought land in Fremont Township on which he settled; he still owns this farm, but it is now occupied by his daughter and son-in-law, Howard Soper, who married Emma J. They are the parents of two children, William Howard and Morris Willard.

Mr. Phipps is a man of correct principles and habits, and has endeavored always to live an upright life. He is prominently identified with all the interests of the great West, having witnessed its growth and development from the trackless prairie to its present advanced state of cultivation. He and his wife are both true Christians, and have borne the sorrow which they have met in the loss of their children with characteristic patience and resignation. Politically he affiliates with the Democratic party. It has been through his own unaided efforts that he has made his money, and he deservedly ranks with the honored list of self made men of the West.

Jefferson Copeland, the father of Mrs. Phipps, is a grandson of Charles Copeland, who came from Scotland to Halifax, Nova Scotia, long before the war of the Revolution. Charles Copeland married Miss Abigail Hass, and they had one son, Charles. The father returned to Scotland to recover some property belonging to his family estate, and while there broke his leg and was detailed a long time. The means of communication were very meager, and as his wife did not hear from him for such a long time, she moved with her father’s family to Virginia, where she married again. After a long time her husband abandoned all hopes of gaining his part of the estate and returned to Nova Scotia, where he again broke his leg; his wife hearing of his return traveled all the distance from Virginia to see him, but he passed away before she reached his side. Her son, Charles, the father of Jefferson, was a native of Nova Scotia, and a soldier in the war of the Revolution. He married Hannah Osborn, and they had thirteen children, of whom Jefferson is the youngest and the only surviving one. The father was a member of the Baptist Church. Jefferson Copeland was born in Bledsoe County, Tennessee, in 1810, and was seven years of age when his parents removed to Indiana; there he learned to read and write, and at the age of eighteen years he learned the trade of blacksmith. In 1834 he married Louisa Johnson, daughter of Patrick and Annie Morton Johnson, both of Scotch descent. They became the parents of five children; Charlotte, Charles, Lydia A., Martha, and Julietta. Since 1868 Mr. Copeland has been a resident of Page County; he is now eighty years of age. He is a diligent student of the Bible and preaches the Gospel as it is revealed to him by the reading of the Word. He has suffered many hardships in his career, but has been of incalculable benefit to his country in clearing a path through the wilderness for the advance of civilization. There is no more honorable record in the life of any American citizen.

 
Phipps, John (I378)
 
47 Birth place information from his infant son's death certificate. Carpenter, Charles Harvey (I520)
 
48 Birth place.

In the 1920 census Orville's birthplace is listed as Kentucky.

In the 1930 census Orville's birthplace is listed as Indiana.

On Orville's World War II draft registration card his birthplace is listed as Danville, Illinois.

In Orville's obituary his birthplace is listed as Danville, Illinois. 
Warren, Orville Melvin (I1591)
 
49 Birth records show her birth date as 15 Sep 1877.
1880 US census shows she is age 3 in her parent's household.
However, her death certificate gives 20 Jan 1881 as her birth date. 
Seale, Mittie C. (I272)
 
50 Birthplace confusion:

Find a Grave gives birthplace as Ontario, Canada.

1850 census, Decatur County, gives Her birthplace as Virginia. In same household Thomas Doane, age 83, b.Virginia. In 1850 Lee County, Thomas Doane, age 87, b.Pennsylvania.

1860 census gives her birthplace as Ohio.

Her daughter Clara May's death certificate gives Tamar's birthplace as Tennessee.

 
Doane, Tamar Ann (I382)
 

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