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Forwarded from a non-subscriber. If anyone can help this gentleman, email
him at; dandpupchurch(a)sbcglobal.net
"I'm looking for a man by the name Steve Minch, whom I served with in the
US Navy in the early 1980's and lost contact with him around 1985. We
were good pals and as we are getting older I'd like to find him and see
him again. He was from Owenton and we drove from California to Owenton
together. If you know him I'd like to contact him. Thanks for your
Julia Calista Willhoite, 87, of Carrollton, Ky., died Tuesday, Nov. 14,
2006, at Norton Audubon Hospital in Louisville, Ky.
She was born June 17, 1919, in Owen County, Ky., the daughter of Stephen and
Verna Catherine Cripson Perry. She was a member of Abundant Life Church in
Carrollton, Ky., and was a homemaker.
She is survived by six daughters, Glenna Hockensmith of Bagdad, Ky., Anna
Mae Beckett of Rising Sun, Judy Hall of Mounds, Okla., Connie Breeden of
Madison, Hope Briggs of Lawrence, Kan., and Faith Jones of Sandsprings, Okla.; four
sons, Jacky Willhoite of Belgrade, Maine, Virgil Willhoite of Glennpool,
Okla., and Gary Willhoite and Mark Willhoite, both of Worthville, Ky.; 25
grandchildren; 50 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband, John B. Willhoite,
whom she married Jan. 1, 1938, and who died Oct. 23, 1989; one daughter; three
sisters; and one brother.
The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Graham-Dunn Funeral Home in
Carrollton, Ky. Burial will be in Squiresville Cemetery in Owenton, Ky.
Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
James Newton Claxon, who married Sarah E. Wilkerson is my GG Uncle,
the son of my GG Grandparents, James Claxon and Ellen Criswell.
I see you have been exchanging data with Tom Towles. I believe he
has the same information that I have. If you need more on the
Claxon or Criswell ancestry, please contact me.
Merritt David Mullen
On Oct 21, 2006, at 12:03 AM, kyowen-request(a)rootsweb.com wrote:
> I am looking for a Claxon who married Sarah E. Wilkerson/Wilkinson.
> was the d/o Carolus and Sarah (Bourne) Wilkerson. Sarah and James
> Claxon had a
> child named James Carolus Claxon. He was born 24 Aug 1876 and died
> 24 May
> 1918. He is buried next to his uncle Stoakley Hayes Wilkirson in
> Cemetery, Winters, Runnels Co, Tx. Any help would be greatly
I have two of Tillman Kemper's children, Levi Bouri and Benjamin
James. I show Levi as born 10 Mar 1806 Owen Co KY and died 8 Dec
1882 Owen Co KY, married (1) Nancy Robinson 1 Jan 1827 KY, and (2)
Sarah Dykes Hardesty 1 Jul 1841 Fayette Co KY. I have no birth date
for Benjamin, but have his marriage to Sally Adams 18 Nov 1803
Fayette Co., KY. All of the above came from RootsWeb World Connect
Merritt David Mullen
On Oct 23, 2006, at 12:02 AM, kyowen-request(a)rootsweb.com wrote:
> Jonathan Kemper and Frances Chowning, I think this is the
> Jonathan that was
> born to Tillman Kemper from all I've found so far. I have all of
> children but only the birth year on one of them - Nancy who
> married Samuel
> Marsh. I need birth/death info on Tillman's children to would
> help me figure
> this out?
> Deborah McNulty Hughes
Hate to tell you this, but Ky. didn't formally have birth certificates until
1913 or so. Leaves a lot of us in the dark. My gggrandmother died around
that time and all I wanted to know for sure were her parents names. No such
I have some info on them, but not all of their children. I am trying to find
out if they are the parents of a Thomas Taylor who married Sealah Holbrook in
Grant Co. as she is a member of my family. I will get this together and get
it to you. Having trouble with my AOL, but if you want to e-mail me privately
that is fine. Judy
I have tried several times to e-mail you but my AOL keeps knocking me
off. I have nothing on Abraham Conrad, but a lot on those last 1700 to early
1800's. I will be glad to copy and send what I have if you would like,but go to
Harrison Co as that is where they came to from Frederick Co., Md. along with
the Lehman (Lemmon) Rennecker, Eckler, Ulrich, and others. These married
into my family, but belong genetically to my husband. Ha. You can also e-mail
me directly. Judy Lawrence
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