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Subject: Cynthiana Democrat 16 Mar 1911
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2005 06:13:39 EST
Cynthiana Democrat Thurs 16 Mar 1911 Vol. 43 No. 25 Pg. 1 Col. 3
Hiram G. Garton, died Saturday 11 March 1911 and was buried in old family
burial grounds near here. Survived by one son, Wm. E. Garton and one step-son,
Andrew Reid, of Ludlow, KY and one step-daughter, Mrs. John Romans, of
Cynthiana Democrat Thurs 16 Mar 1911 Vol. 43 No. 25 Pg. 1 Col. 5
Herby Brown, son of Mrs. Polly Brown, died near Berry on Friday Feb 24 1911.
Born 10 Dec 1887. Survived by mother, one brother, Newt Brown, and one
sister, Mrs. Annie Terry of Cynthiana. Burial in Pythian Grove.
Cynthiana Democrat Thurs 16 Mar 1911 Vol. 43 No. 25 Pg. 2 Col. 2
With the passing of Henry Linley only four of the old Claysville band boys
are left. The oldest, Charles Hitch, Claysville, Will Chandler, Cynthiana,
Lisbon Taylor, near Cynthiana. He is the youngest one.
Cynthiana Democrat Thurs 16 Mar 1911 Vol. 43 No. 25 Pg. 5 Col. 4
Mrs. Mattie Jane McClellan, wife of Hugh McClellan, died at her home on
Webster St. on Sunday morning, 12 March 1911. Age 38 years, 6 months and 11
days. Daughter of James and Lou McClure. Married Dec 1899. They had three
children who survive with the father, James, Cecil and Hervey. Methodist.
Buried in Battle Grove.
Mrs. Mattie Nichols died near Oxford, Scott Co. Monday. Widow of Mose
Andrew Jackson Huls, aged 76 on 1 January, died Monday in Harrison Hospital.
Born in Montgomery Co. Bachelor son of John Huls and Lou Ann Hitch.
Aaron Scott, age 60, died Harrison Hospital yesterday. Burial in Pythian
Grove. Survived by two daughters and one son.
Infant child of Ed Cox died yesterday. 5 days old.
Miss Nora Taylor age about 51, died in Cynthiana Tuesday. age 21. Buried
in Oddville. Survived by four brothers, John, Joe, Ben and Walker Taylor.
Mrs. Lottie French, wife of Frank R. French, died of pneumonia near Mt.
Carmel yesterday. Daughter of Scott Hicks. age 17. Burial in Battle Grove.
Cynthiana Democrat Thurs 16 Mar 1911 Vol. 43 No. 25 Pg. 6 Col. 1
Lived almost 102 years
Mrs. Mahulda Whaley's unexpected death occurred last Sunday
Aunt Huldah Whaley, Robertson County's oldest and widest known citizen, who
if lived to May 21 would have been 102 years old.
Mrs. Whaley was up to almost the very hour of her death in her ordinary
robust health. Only last week we recorded a visit she had made to her daughter,
Mrs. Larry Burns. She had risen on Sunday morning, as usual, and had
competed dressing excepting perhaps the fastening of her apron by her granddaughter,
when she gently fell into the latter's arms and peacefully breathed her
A sketch of her life taken from a History of Kentucky published in 1888 give
the following facts in regard to her family history: "Mrs. Mahulda Whaley
(nee Kenton) was born in Nicholas County, KY in 1809. Her father was William
Kenton, a farmer of Nicholas county and in 1812 a soldier under Gen. Collier.
The mother of Mrs. Whaley was before her marriage a Miss Jane Burden, of
Kentucky. The paternal grand-father of Mrs. Whaley was Simon Kenton, of
Virginia, who came to Kentucky in his early days and settled in Nicholas County and
followed farming. Miss Mahulda Kenton was married in 1830 to Hiram Whaley,
a farmer of Mason county, who died in 1870, the father of the following named
children: James, Elizabeth, John T., Martha T., Mary A., Lloyd, Hiram O. and
The funeral services were conducted at Kentontown Wednesday afternoon. She
was buried in Kentontown cemetery.
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