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I am writing in regards to Lella Mae Witten. I guess I am wondering the accuracy of the obit. I have never been able to find an obituary or headstone or anything for her though. Thanks for your time. Adams had been in ill health for some time and submitted to a serious operation from which she never recovered.

She died on Friday following the operation. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Mayo Memorial Church, in charge of the pastor, Dr.

Burial in the family lot in the Mayo Cemetery. Besides her husband, Garrett Adams, who is a well known local contractor, she is survived by her mother, Mrs. Worth McFaddin, all of Paintsville. She is also survived by the following children: Army stationed at Fort Knox, Ky.

The Paintsville Furniture Company directed the funeral and burial. The dead man is George Barrs, miner the inland Steel Company, who died almost instantly when three bullets were pumped into his body allegedly by Will Branham, aged merchant, who is at liberty on bond. According to information received from Floyd county mining center, the victim of the altercation was living in a house owned by Branham who is reported to have ordered him to evacuate the property.

The third shot took effect in the left hip. Barrs formerly worked at Van Lear as a miner for several years before going to Wheelwright. The body was brought to Van Lear for funeral and burial Monday. Jimmie Howard, 65 years old and proprietor of the Eagle's Nest was arrested charged with the crime. According to information the Blair youth and another youth were playing on the sidewalk and in the scuffle accidentally broke a plate glass window.

A dispute arose between Howard and the youth, it is said, which resulted in the shooting. An inquest was held by Magistrate Buckingham which resulted in a verdict that Blair came to his death by pistol wounds, inflicted by Howard. An examining trial was held before Judge H. Conley Tuesday and Howard was held to the action of the grand jury without bond. The officers said that Howard was found in the attic of his home but did not resist arrest.

Young Blair was a son of Mr. Alonzo Blair of West Van Lear and a member of a large and prominent family. Much feeling has been caused over the killing of the youth. Howard will probably be tried at the special term of Circuit Court which has been called for April Funeral services for the slain youth were held Sunday afternoon and burial in the family cemetery near the home.

Isabell Colvin, age 38 years, died at her home at Thealka last Saturday after a long illness. Funeral services held at the home Sunday. She is survived by several children. Dempster Died Saturday Word has been received here that W. Dempster died last Saturday afternoon at Mayo Bros.

Dempster and family were natives of Knoxville, Tenn. Dempster and daughter, Elizabeth, spent more than a year in Paintsville where Mr. Dempster had a contract for building a section of the Garrett Highway. Funeral and burial at Knoxville, Tenn. Allie Hitchcock, age about 63, died at her home at Oil Springs Friday. Hitchcock was a highly respected woman of that community and had long been a member of the United Baptist Church.

She is survived by three sons and one daughter in addition to many relatives and friends. Funeral and burial services held at Oil Springs Sunday afternoon in charge of the undertaking department of the Paintsville Furniture Company. His death was attributed to cerebral hemorrhage, although he had suffered from Brights disease for several years. He was a native of Missouri but had lived in Pike county nearly all his life.

He was the father of W. Huffman he is survived by three other sons and five daughters, also his widow, Francis Tibbs Huffman.

When he became ill he was moved to a hospital in Hazard where he was confined for nine months. He was brought back to his home here about three weeks ago.

Funeral services were held at the home of the Rev. Preston at Mingo, Sunday afternoon and were in charge of Rev. Burial was in the Preston Cemetery there. He is survived by his widow, three daughters; Mrs. Vencil Pelphrey of Paintsville and Ruth Hughes who is at home.

Hughes was widely known in this section. For years he was the chief electrician for the North East Coal Company. He leaves a wide circle of friends who join with his family in mourning his passing. The youth was riding a freight train on the Jennies Creek branch of the C. The car on which young Jackson was riding was derailed and the youth was crushed to death between the cars. Funeral services were held from the home of his uncle Ben Saylor at Denver Saturday.

Burial near the home. May, age 20, son of Mr. His death was due to a short illness of pneumonia. Young May was a young man of exceptional character and habits, and his death came as a severe shock to his family and friends throughout this section.

He was a graduate of the Paintsville High School, class of Surviving are his parents, Mr. The large crowd and the oral offerings were evidence of the high esteem in which young May was held by the citizens of Paintsville and his former classmates.

Funeral and burial services were in charge of the undertaking department of the Paintsville Furniture Company. Carmel Murray, age 32, one of the most popular young men of Paintsville, died at his home on Euclide Avenue, Wednesday morning. Murray was stricken with pneumonia more than 2 weeks ago and died from complications arising from the disease.

He was unconscious most of the time after first being stricken. Herschel Murray, of West Liberty, had been with him for several days and was present when death came. Murray had many friends throughout the county, and his untimely death was a shock to his family and friends. Murray is survived by his wife, Christine Howes Murray, one brother, Dr. Herschel Murray, of West Liberty, Ky. Fred Murray, of Paintsville.

Funeral services will be conducted at 2: Burial will be made in the family lot in Mayo Cemetery. She was a native of Morgan County and the body was taken to the old home there Wednesday for burial. She is survived by her husband, two sons and one daughter and many relatives. McGehee at the Alexander Funeral Home. Testimony of Bill Sweeney, driver of the Westwood bus which struck Perkins, passengers on the bus and other eye witnesses was to the effect that the boy rode out of Lee Street onto Main Street on a bicycle and hit a front fender of the bus.

The bus was brought out, was driven over in attempting to avoid striking the boy. The jury which heard the testimony was composed of C. Perkins was killed almost instantly suffering a fracture at the base of the skull. Burial will follow at Riceville.

Perkins had been making his home with an uncle, Frank Perkins, in Fairview. He leaves his father and one sister, Normal, both of Riceville. Rhodes Preston last Sunday, April 25, at the family graveyard at Thealka. He was taken to the Golden Rule Hospital where he died at 4: He would have been 78 years old on May 2. A very large crowd gathered at the cemetery to pay their last respects to a good man, who had been a United Baptist minister for nearly 65 years, having been converted at the age of 13 years.

The following obituary was Preston was born May 2, He was the son of Samuel S. He was born in Johnson County where he spent his entire life. Rhoderick Preston was thrice married. His first marriage was to Amanda Ward, daughter of Davy K. Ward, a Baptist preacher; his second marrige was to Martha Caldwell, deceased, and his third marriage was to Leer Culwell of Magoffin County, who survives him.

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It crosses over Stratton Branch just before intersecting the eastern terminus of K The land in the foreground is West Virginia, that on the left is Kentucky, while the background is Ohio. The river forms part of the boundary between the two states along its entire course.

Via the Ohio River, it is part of the Mississippi River watershed. It flows generally northwardly in a highly meandering course, between Lawrence and Boyd counties in Kentucky and Wayne County in West Virginia.

The river is navigable and carries commercial shipping, primarily coal mined in th On March 2 and 3, , a deadly tornado outbreak occurred over a large section of the Southern United States into the Ohio Valley region. The storms resulted in 41 tornado-related fatalities, 22 of which occurred in Kentucky. The outbreak was the second deadliest in early March for the U. While the first three weeks of the month were unusually quiet, the pattern changed abruptly with a major tornado outbreak, which struck the region less than 72 hours prior to this storm, killing 15 people, including 8 in Harrisburg, Illinois alone, the result of an EF4 tornado.

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The Daniel Boone National Forest is located on rough but beautiful terrain along and east of the Pottsville Escarpment. There are many natural arches and sandstone cliffs that are excellent for rock climbing and rappeling. The current titleholder is Jordan Crozier of Somerset. Kristi Dawn Hicks Second runners-up: Tamar Jackson , April Vaughn Top Lexie Kemper , Amanda Nunnelley Top Brittany Johnson Top He is the only vice president ever elected by the United States Senate under the provisions of the Twelfth Amendment.

Johnson also represented Kentucky in the U. House of Representatives and Senate; he began and ended his political career in the Kentucky House of Representatives. Johnson was elected to the U. House of Representatives in He became allied with fellow Kentuckian Henry Clay as a member of the War Hawks faction that favored war with Britain in At the outset of the War of , Johnson was commissioned a colonel in the Kentucky Militia and commanded a regiment of mounted volunteers from to Johnson participated in the Battle of the Thames.

Some reported that he personally killed the Shawnee chief Tecumseh, which he later used to his political advantage. The Music of Kentucky is heavily centered on Appalachian folk music and its descendants, especially in eastern Kentucky. Bluegrass music is of particular regional importance; Bill Monroe, "the father of bluegrass music", was born in the Ohio County community of Rosine, and he named his band, the Blue Grass Boys, after the bluegrass state, i.

Travis picking, the influential guitar style, is named after Merle Travis, born and raised in Muhlenberg County. Lynn has received numerous awards and other accolades for her groundbreaking role in country music, including awards from both the Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music as a duet partner and an individual artist.

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