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Ewell Cline

Services for Ewell (John Henry) Andrew Cline, 77, of 1335 Louisville Road, will be conducted 10 a.m. Monday at Harrod Brothers Funeral Home by Rev. Joseph Taloff with burial in Sunset Memorial Gardens.  He died 7:03 p.m. Friday at King's Daughters Memorial Hospital after a long illness.  A Bath County native, he was a retired mechanic with Johnson's Wheel Alignment.
Survivors include a brother, William D. Cline, Frankfort, and a sister, Clarine C. Smith, Frankfort.  He was the son of the late W.H. Cline and Edna Warner Cline and the brother of the late Gordon Cline, Johnson Cline and Walter V. Cline.  Bearers will be Tim Quinn, Scott Quinn, Steve Quinn, Tommy Cline, Billy J. Cline and Garnett Preston.  Friends may call at the funeral home after 4 p.m. today.

Paul Cline

Graveside services for Paul Vernon Cline, 54, of Wilkinson Boulevard, will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at Greenhill Cemetery.  He died 8 p.m. Wednesday at Central Baptist Hospital following an illness.  A native of Franklin County, he was a U.S. Army veteran and member of Evergreen Baptist Chruch.  Survivors include a son, Paul Scott Cline; a brother, Garnett Preston, Georgetown; and a sister, Wanda Landrum, Frankfort.  He was the son of the late Walter Vernon and Pauline Johnson Cline.  Friends may call after 9 a.m. Tuesday at Harrod Brothers Funeral Home.

Tommy Wayne Cline

The State Journal, June 22, 1998
Frankfort Man Dies In Accident
A Frankfort man may have suffered a heart attack before hitting a tree in a fatal accident Sunday, reported Franklin County Sheriff's Department. Tommy Wayne Cline, 48, of 709 Holmes Street, was 30-40 feet from Lee Lane on Cardwell Lane when his vehicle hit a tree, breaking both of his legs, according to Deputy Sheriff Jim Crouse. Crouse said Cline had large wounds with very little blood loss. There were no skid marks and no breaks were applied, he said. Cline's foot was still on the gas pedal, Crouse said. Cline had a history of heart problems and had suffered a heart attack approximately one year ago, said Crouse, and was scheduled to undergo medical testing this week. There were no witnesses to the accident Graveside services for Cline will be 1PM Wednesday in the Sunset Memorial Gardens Cemetery. A native of Franklin County, he was a self-employed auto mechanic. Survivors include three sons, Patrick Cline, Jeffery Cline and Tony Cline, all of Frankfort; two brothers, Garnet Preston, Georgetown, and Paul Cline, Frankfort; one sister, Wanda Landrum, Frankfort, and one grandson. He was the son of the late Walter and Pauline Johnson Cline Friends may call from 7-9 P.M. Tuesday at Harrod Brothers Funeral Home.

Walter Vernon Cline

WALTER V. CLINE (Date of Death 7-9-81)
Services for Walter Vernon Cline, 57, of 102 Noel Ave. will be held at Rogers Funeral Home at 11:00 a.m. Monday.

He died at King's Daughter's Memorial Hospital at 4:56 p.m. Thursday, July 9, 1981 following a long illness. He will be buried in Sunset Memorial Gardens.

He was a native of Bath County and the retired owner of Cline Wheel Alignment. He was a member of Hiram Lodge 7/84 F& AM, the order of the Eastern Star and the York Rite Bodies. He was also a member of the Thorn Hill Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Bertha Westmoreland Cline; one daughter, Wanda Landrum, four stepdaughters, Pamela West, Lori Aldridge, Rita Westmoreland and Margaret Westmoreland; four sons, Tommy Cline, Donnie Ray Cline, Garnet Preston of Georgetown and Paul Cline of Homa, La; One sister, Clarine Smith; three brothers, Ewell Cline, Johnson Cline of Winter Haven, Florida and William D. Cline of Elizabethtown; and eight grandchildren.

The Rev. William Hartung will officiate at the services.

Bearers will be Billy Joe Cline, John Scott Cline, Charles G. West, Sherman Landrum, Mitchell Cline and Paul Underwood.

Honorary bearers will be Norm Davis, Billy Paynter, Eugene Moore, Jr., Robert Smoot, Louis Pfouts and Jim McDaniel.

William H. Cline

The State Journal, Frankfort Ky, Thursday, May 7, 1970
Services for William H. Cline, 69, of Frankfort, Ky. will be Saturday at Harrod Brothers Memorial Chapel. A native of Bath County and a member of the Frankfort First Christian Church, Mr. Cline died today at King's Daughters Hospital. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Edna Warner Cline; one daughter, Mrs. Charles Smith of Winchester, Tenn.; five sons, Ewell Cline, Walter Cline and Johnson Cline, all of Frankfort, Gordon Cline of Weston, Mo., and William D. Cline of Ft. Stewart Georgia; 28 grandchildren and 3 great-grandchildren. Burial in Sunset Memorial Gardens in Woodford County, Ky.

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Eliza Louise Dawson

BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Week of January 10, 2002
  Eliza Louise Dawson, age 71, of Stepstone Road, Owingsville, passed away January 6, 2002 at Mary Chiles Hospital from complications of pneumonia. She was born March 9, 1930 to the late Warner and Rosa Jackson Dawson. She was a homemaker, farmer and writer of songs, poems and articles. She penned the lyrics to a song that was once recorded entitled, "Raining Roses." She also wrote many poems and articles that appeared in numerous magazines including: Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post, Farm Journal, Progressive Farmer and McCall's. Many of her craft related articles were published in trade magazines as well. She attended Owingsville United Methodist Church.
  Survivors include two sisters, Mary E. (Mrs. Edward) Lucas and Lorena (Mrs Lawrence) Shrout, both of Owingsville; four nephews.
   A graveside service was held Wednesday, January 9, 2002 at 2:00 PM at Longview Cemetery in Bethel. A eulogy was given by Mike Ray.

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Bertha Clayton (Kincaid) Ginter

Bath County News-Outlook
Bertha Ginter, 81 passes away after a long illness.
   Bertha Clayton Kincaid Ginter, age 81, passed away Tuesday, February 26, 2002 at Hilltop Lodge Nursing Homeafter a long illness. She was born September 4, 1920, in Bath county, to the Late Oscar and Annie Warner Kincaid. She was a homemaker and a member of the Kendall Springs Church of Christ.
   Survivors include her husband, Wilburn Ginter; three grandchildren, Richard and Deanna Adkins of Owingsville; seven great-grandchildren and one son-in-law Orville "Bimbo" Anderson of Owingsville.
   She was preceded in death by a daughter, Janice Marie Anderson.
   Funeral services were held Friday, March 1, 2002, at 1:00 p.m. at Richardson Funeral Home with Rev Bob Ray officiating. Burial was in Kendall Springs Cemetery.

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Roy E. Henderson

Kansas City Star, January 16, 1977
Entered into eternal rest Saturday, January 15, 1977 
Roy Edgar Henderson, 81, Weston in Platte County, died Saturday at the Cushing Memorial Hospital in Leavenworth.  He was born in Bath County, Kentucky, and came to Missouri in 1940.  He was a farmer.  Mr. Henderson was a member of the Weston Christian Assembly Church.  He leaves his wife, Mrs. Gertie Henderson of the home; a son, Larry Henderson, Weston; four daughters, Mrs. Roberta Warner, Mrs. Margaret F. Moore and Mrs. Rosa Mildred Faudere, all of Weston, and Mrs. Armilda Amundson, Denver; a brother, Burton Henderson, Pebble, Kentucky, 28 grandchildren and 49 great grandchildren.  Services will be at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday at the church; burial in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery east of Weston.  Friends may call from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday at Vaughn Chapel, Weston.  Pallbearers will be Roy F. Henderson, Gary Henderson, Leroy Henderson, David Moore, James Large and Darrell Warner.

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Obituary of Margaret F. (Henderson) Moore

Margaret F. Moore Margaret F. Moore, 68, Weston in Platte County, died September 11, 1988 at St. Luke's Hospital. She was born in Tipp City, Ohio and lived in Weston for 48 years. Mrs. Moore was a member of the Christian Assembly Church, Weston. Survivors include her husband, Harold Moore of the home; a son, David Moore, Ferrelview in Platte County; three daughters, Joyce Robinson, Judy Minyard and Betty Comer, and a brother, Larry Henderson, all of Weston; Two sisters; Roberta Taloff, Buckner, and Rosa Faudere, Weston; 22 grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10:30 A.M. Wednesday at the Vaughn Chapel, Weston. Friends may call from 6:30 to 8 P.M. today at the chapel.

The Harold Bulletin Monday, December 24, 2001

Obituary of Robin Muterspaugh
Robin "Bo" (Hyde) Muterspaugh, 40, of Anderson, was taken home by the Lord on December 21, 2001, from her residence following a one year illness.
  She was born March 27, 1961, in Anderson where she lived her entire life.
   She was a graduate of Anderson High School, Class of 1979, and graduated in the top ten of her class at Indeiana Business College.
  She was a homemaker and a full time mother.  She was also a "mother" to many others.
  Survivors include her parents, Robert and Nancy (Slaymaker) Hyde; two daughters, Christi Muterspaugh and Misti Muterspaugh; her borther, Bill (wife Gloria) Hyde; four sisters, Holly Conover, Tracey Geller, Chantel Hatfield and Gail Bauer; and nieces and nephews, Jeremy, Jay and Jessica Perry, James and Jonothan Conover, Johnny Bauer, Heather, Ginger and T. J. Geller and Jennifer, Zack and Brittany Hatfield, her Aunt Sue (husband Dick) Clark, her uncle Robert D. Slaymaker; and cousins, Deborah (Hyde) Perry and Carrie Slaymaker and Kelly Slaymaker.
  A memorial service will be conducted at 5 p.m. Thursday at First Presbyterian Church in Anderson, offciiated by the Rev. Rick Kimmer.
  Friends may visit with the family one hour prior to the memorial service in the church parlor.
  In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to the First Presbyterian Church, 203 W. Nineth St., Anderson, IN  46016.
  Arrangements are being handled by Rozelle-Johnson Funeral Service, Anderson.

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Amanda Shultz Reffett

Bath County News-Outlook Thursday, October 31, 1940
Mrs. Amanda Reffett Passes At Olympia 
  Mrs. Amanda Shultz Reffett, 90 years old, widow of the late Bud Reffett, died at her home at Olympia Saturday, October 26, after a long illness. 
  One of the oldest citizens of the county, Mrs. Reffett was the last of a large family, the daughter of the late Samuel and Mary Becraft Shultz, born march 23, 1850. 
  Mrs. Reffett had spent her entire life in this county and was one of its most respected citizens.  She is survived by a number of nieces and nephews. 
  Funeral services were held at the residence Sunday afternoon, conducted by the Rev.Moores, pastor of the Olympia Christian Church.  Burial was at the Old Fields cemetery.

Clarence J. Reynolds

Bath County News Out-Look Thursday, May 9, 1940
Clarence Reynolds Suicide Victim 
Owingsville Man Uses Dynamite To Take Own Life 
  J. Reynolds, 45 years old, member of a prominent And widely connected Bath county family and for 15 years an employee of the state road department, took his own life shortly before noon last Saturday, May 4, by exploding two sticks of dynamite which he placed under his body on the roadside. 
  According to available information and testimony brought out by Coroner George C. Eastin of Mt. Sterling, Reynolds drove his car to a point on the Van Thompson Pike about half way between Stoops and Judy in Montgomery county, parked the machine on the edge of the road and after getting out of the car, placed two sticks of dynamite fitted with caps and fuses on the ground, laid down across the explosive and lighted the fuses with a match. 
  The explosion tore the torso to shreds, the coroner reported, and scattered the head, legs and arms over the area for a distance of some 300 feet. 
  There was no note of explanation left by the dead man and no reason is known by his relatives and friends for his act.  The coroner said after the inquest that there was no reason to believe Mr. Reynolds' death was accidental or that any other person was responsible.  He gave his verdict as suicide. 
  A native of this county, Mr. Reynolds was a son of Mr. Martha R. Reynolds of Owingsville and the late Jonas Reynolds.  Besides his mother, he is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nettie Foley Reynolds; a son, Clarence Reynolds, Jr.; two sisters, Mrs. Walter Quisenbery and Mrs. T. L. Jones, of Montgomery county, and six brothers, Allie and Talmage Reynolds, of Montgomery county, and Virgil, Fred, Walter and Clay Reynolds, of Bath county. 
  Mr. Reynolds was a World War veteran, a member of Bath Post No. 12, American Legion and the Christian church. 
  Funeral services were held at the Grave in Owingsville Cemetery Sunday afternoon, May 5, at 4:30 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. George C. Frey, pastor of the Owingsville Christian church.

Jonas Reynolds

Bath County News Outlook, Thursday March 12, 1936.

Jonas Reynolds, 85 years old, farmer of the Salt Wells section, died at his home at 8:30 o'clock Tuesday morning following a heart attack. Mr. Reynolds lived only a short time after he was stricken and had been in apparently good health up until a few minutes before his passing.

Although well advanced in years, he had enjoyed a robust constitution and was seldom ill. On the morning of his death, he had been about his place as usual.

A man of irreproachable character, Mr. Reynolds was one of the most highly respected men in this county. He had lived quietly, met his obligations promptly and held himself above the petty affairs of his community. He was a native of Bath county, a son of Thomas and Amy Warner Reynolds, born December 1, 1850. His forbears were among the early families of this section of the state.

Besides his wife, Mrs. Martha Raburn Reynolds, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Walter Quisenberry and Mrs. Tom Jones, of Stepstone, and seven sons, Allie and Talmadge of Mt. Sterling, and Virgil, Clarence, Fred, Clay, and Walter Reynolds, all of this county.

Funeral services were held at his residence two miles west of Owingsville Thursday afternoon, March 12, at two o'clock, conducted by the Rev. Henry S. Ficklin. Interment was in the family lot in the Owingsville cemetery.

Martha Davis (Raburn) Reynolds

Bath County News Outlook, Thursday, August 31, 1950.

Mrs. Reynolds Dies Today
Funeral Services To Be Held Saturday

Mrs. Martha Rayburn Reynolds, 87, widow of Jonas Reynolds, died at her home on Bath Avenue at 9:00 this morning.

A daughter of the late William and Mary Jackson Rayburn, she was a native of this county. She was reared in the Kendall Springs section, later moving to the Sees vicinity.

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Walter Quisenberry and Mrs. T. L. Jones of Montgomery County, and Virgil Reynolds, Fred Reynolds, Walter Reynolds, and Clay Reynolds, all of Bath County; one sister, Mrs. Lou Fisher, Millersburg; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two sons and one daughter--Clarence Reynolds, Talmadge Reynolds, and Anne Reynolds.

Funeral services will be held at the Owingsville Christian Church at 10:30 Saturday morning, conducted by the Rev. George C. Frey and the Rev. D. R. Bennet. Burial will be in the Owingsville cemetery.

Pallbearers will be: active, Ewell Stone, Harold Reynolds, Deward Reynolds, Ed Razor, Bobby Barnes, Robert Gilmore; honorary, Dr. H. S. Gilmore, Dr. D. C. Dotson, Rollie Wilson, Ernest Swetnam, Chester Smoot, Johnnie Everman, Mike Carpenter, Jeff Carpenter, Robert Thompson, Oscar Conyers, Charlie Darnell, Lewis Staton, Jeff Clark, and Albert Baker.

Talmage Reynolds

Bath County News Outlook, August 9, 1945

Talmadge Reynolds Dies At Lexington

Talmage Cecil Reynolds, 49 years old, died at a Lexington hospital Wednesday, August 8, after a long illness.

Mr. Reynolds was a native of this county, a son of Mrs. Martha Reyburn Reynolds and the late Jonas R. Reynolds. He had been making his home in Mt. Sterling for the past twenty years.

Besides his wife, Mrs. Mary Lee Warner Reynolds, he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ed Razor, Sharpsburg; his mother, Mrs. Martha Reynolds, Owingsville; and five brothers, Allie Reynolds, Montgomery county; and Virgil, Fred, Johnnie, and Cley Reynolds, Owingsville.

Funeral services will be held at the Mitchell funeral home, Mt. Sterling, Friday afternoon, August 10, at 3 o'clock. Interment will be in Machpelah Cemetery, Mt. Sterling.

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Odessa Shultz

Bath County News-Outlook Thursday, March 24, 1938
Old Citizen Dies At Olympia 
   Miss Odessa Shultz, 79 years old, died at her home at Olympia Monday night, March 21, following a several weeks illness. 
   Miss Shultz was one of the old citizens of the county, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shultz, born October 18, 1859.  She is survived by one sister, Mrs. Amanda Reffett, of Olympia and several nieces and nephews, among whom is Mrs. E. G. Palmer, of Owingsville. 
   Funeral services were held at the residence Tuesday afternoon, March 22, followed by burial in Old Fields graveyard.

Elizabeth (Warner) Sorrell

Elizabeth (Warner) Sorrell, widow of George Sorrell, died at home of her daughter Mrs. David (Bush) Wilson in Nicholas County on 28 May, at age 86. She was the daughter of Jacob and Mary Shultz Warner and was born and reared in Bath County. Survived by two daughters: Mrs. Wilson and Miss Florence Sorrell; one step-son Clark Sorrell, all of Nicholas County. Survived by two sisters: Mrs. James Stull of Lexington and Mrs. Simpson Sorrell of Bath County. Survived by two brothers: Andy T. Warner of Preston and John Warner of near Owingsville. Buried in Warner graveyard.

George Sorrell

  George Sorrell, 77, well known farmer, died at his home on the Mt. Sterling Road Sunday, November 14, after a long illness of a complication of diseases.  He had been critically ill for several weeks and had been in declining health for years or longer.
  A member of a widely connected family of this section of the county, Mr. Sorrell was a respected citizen and a splendid
  Besides his widow, Mrs. Bettie Warner Sorrell, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs David Wilson, and Miss Florence Sorrell; one son, Clark Sorrell, of Nicholas County, and three brothers, Simpson, Alfred and Sam Sorrell, all of this county.
  Funeral services we held at his residence Monday afternoon, November 15, conducted by the Rev Henry S. Ficklin.  Burial took place in the Warner graveyard.

Mary E. Warner Sorrell

March 5, 1896 
Mrs. Mary E. Sorrell died of consumption last Friday, and was interred at the Warner Graveyard just west of town, on Saturday.  The procession of mourners was a large one, the deceased having a large number of relatives and friends.  The burial casket was a very handsome one of white, trimmed with silver fringe and tassels.

Julia Ann (Williamson) Staton

Paintsville, Kentucky, November 12, 1948
  Mrs. Julia Ann Staton, 65, wife of Perry Jackson Staton of Van Lear,died at her home Saturday, November 12, about 6:00 am, following an illness of several years. She was born February 26, 1884 in Bath County, the daughter of William and Margaret Warner Williamson, She had been a resident of Van Lear for about twenty years and was a member of the Church of Christ. Surviving besides her husband are four children; three daughters, Mrs. Pauline Manning, Wyandotte, Michigan; Mrs; Ruby Adams, Van Lear , Ky., Miss Esther Staton at home; one son Chester Staton, Wyandotte, Michigan. Surviving also are the following brothers and sisters; George Williamson, Mrs Mary Rothwell, Mrs. Effie Williamson of Paint Creek, W. Va., Mrs. Catherine Clark, Mrs. Martha Handley both of Huntington, W. Va., and Mrs. Lizzie Billups of St. Albans, W. Va. Funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Walter Hooper at 2:00pm Monday, November 14th, at the Freewill Baptist Church at Van Lear. Burial was in the Wells-Buckingham cemetery in this city under the direction of the Jones Funeral Home.

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Obituary for Roberta Henderson (Warner) Taloff 

As published in the Weston Chronicle on January 24, 2001.
Roberta Henderson wife of the Rev. Joseph Taloff passed away from a brief 
illness, at 10:30 AM January 21, 2001 at the University of Kansas Medical 
Center in Kansas City, Kansas. 

Roberta was the daughter of the late Roy Edgar Henderson and Gertie Bell Perkins Henderson.  Roberta was born June 27, 1932 on the Grass Lick Pike in Montgomery County, Kentucky and moved from Kentucky with her parents and siblings to Weston, Missouri in 1940.  One of Roberta's favorite stories was how the entire family moved to Weston in two cars with everything tied on top of the cars including her dad's hunting dogs.  Roberta was the youngest of 10 children and was preceded in death by 3 sisters and 4 brothers, Peachie Mae Henderson, February 6, 1928;  Armilda Roberts Amundson,  January 11, 1979;  Margaret Francis Moore, September 11, 1988;  Roy Morton Henderson, March 31, 1929;  Robert Edward Henderson, September 23, 1930; James Louis Henderson, January 30, 1972  and another brother who died at birth and was not named. 
She is survived by a brother, Larry William Henderson and a sister Rosa Mildred Faudere, both of Weston, Missouri. 

Earlier in Roberta's life she was employed by the Human Resource Corporation and spent her time helping disabled children and adults.  After Roberta married Rev. Joseph Taloff she helped Joseph in the ministry of the United Methodist Church.  When Roberta and Joe decided to retire, Roberta devoted the rest of her life to Joe, her children and made it her goal to spoil her grandchildren, which she managed to do.  She was also a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church in Leavenworth, Kansas. 

It was in Weston she met and married the late William "Bill" D. Warner of Bath County, Kentucky on February 10, 1951.  Bill preceded her in death on July 16, 1972.  Together they had 7 children,  Jo Ellen who preceded her in death August 23, 1955 and six children who survive her, Teresa A. Mayes, Manhattan, Kansas; Janet L. Warner, Weston, Missouri; Donna E. Burdette, Colleyville, Texas; Wm. Darrell Warner, Jr., Platte City, Missouri; Linda D. Warner-Maiava, Leavenworth, Kansas and Kimberly K. Boeding, Kansas City, Missouri. 

Roberta is survived by her husband Rev. Joseph Taloff of Weston Missouri.  Roberta met Joseph in Weston and they were married November 18, 1980. Together they shared 20 wonderful years. 

Roberta also leaves behind 16 grandchildren; Andrea, Adrian and Alex Mayes; Travis, Kendall and Kourtney Smith; Karah, Grant and Gavin Maiava; Jake and Lauren Boeding;  Megan Warner; Meredith and Mallory Scherer; Cole Bennette and Molly Goodwin.  Roberta loved her grandchildren dearly. 

She will be missed by her many nieces and nephews who called her Aunt Bert, her many friends and especially by her husband and children who not only lost a wife and a mother but a friend and a strong shoulder to cry on when needed. 

Visitation will be held at Vaughn Funeral Home, 18905 Highway 45 North, 
Weston, Missouri on Tuesday evening January 23, 2001 from 6:30 PM until 8:00 PM.  The funeral will be held at the Trinity United Methodist Church, 321 N. 6th,  Leavenworth, Kansas, Wednesday morning, January 24, 2001 at 10:30 AM. officiated by the Rev. Russell Anderson.  Pall bearers will be Roy "Bubby" Henderson, Travis Smith, Adrian Mayes, Alex Mayes, Gavin Maiava, Grant Maiava and Cory Henderson.  Interment will follow at the Pleasant Ridge Cemetery located on P Highway north of Weston, Missouri. 

Look up, dear wife and mother, above 
Although the billows round you swell; 
We know that you are safe on high. 
You are now with God where all is well. 
Though we'll see you never more. 
Your little form to earth be given, 
You rest where pain and grief are over, 
And someday we'll meet you again in Heaven. 

by Darrell Warner

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Andrew Trumbo Warner

  Owingsville, May 7- Funeral services for A. T. Warner, who died Sunday morning on his 96th birthday, will be conducted at 2:30 PM (CST) Tuesday in the Kendall Springs Church of Christ by the Rev. H. S. Ficklin.  Burial will be in the Kendall Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Henry Staton, Ewell Cline, Walter Cline, Billy Cline, Billy Warner and Raymond Craycraft.  The body is at the Richarson, Dicken and Dodson Funeral Home.

Ann Warner

Obituary of slave owned by Jacob Warner Sr. July 9, 1909 Aunt Ann Warner, of color, died at the home of Dudley Warner Friday and was buried in the family graveyard. She was bought by the Elder Jacob Warner at Georgetown when she was 18 years old and had been in the Warner family for eighty years, doing the work until two months ago.

Eddie Everett Warner

Bath County News-Outlook, Thursday, February 6, 1936
Pneumonia Fatal To Ed Warner
   Edward Warner, 50 years old, died at his home on Slate Avenue at 2:30 o'clock this morning, following a weeks illness with pneumonia.
   Mr. Warner, a native of Bath county, was a son of Andy T. and Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds Warner, of near Preston, born March 22, 1886. Mr. Warner was a well known farmer of this section of the county and enjoyes the enviable reputation as a man of honor and integrity.
  Funeral services will be held at the Kendall Springs Christian church Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. R. L. Bailey. Interment in the Kendall Springs cemetery.
   Besides his wife, Mrs. Rose Warner, he is survived by his parents and four children, four sisters, Mrs. Weldy Staton, Mrs. Ollie Craycraft, Mrs. Hord Cline, Mrs. Omer Jones and one brother, Willie Warner.

Mary Elizabeth (Reynolds) Warner

Bath County News-Outlook, Thursday, April 2, 1936.
Mrs. A. T. Warner Dies At Olympia
   Mrs. Elizabeth Warner, 73, wife of A. T. Warner died at her home near Olympia Monday morning, March 30, after a brief illness of pneumonia. Mrs. Warner had been in declining health for several years and was stricken with pneumonia about a week or ten days ago.
   Besides her husband, she is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Weldy Staton, Mrs. Ollie Craycraft, Mrs. Hord Cline and Mrs. Omer Jones, and one son, Willie Warner, of Nevada.
   Funeral services were held at the residence, Wednesday afternoon, April , conducted by the Rev. T. J. Crouch. Buriel took place in Kendall Springs cemetery.

Jacob C. Warner

The Owingsville Outlook Thursday, August 25, 1910
Jacob C. Warner's Death 
   Jacob C. Warner died about 11 o'clock a. m. Sunday, August 21 at the home of his son-in-law George Sorrell, Jr., on the Preston pike.  He was buried at the Warner graveyard Monday about noon.  He was sick a long time and was 82 years old. 
   Deceased was a son of Jonas Warner, and is survived by his brothers Stephen M., of Mt. Sterling; Jonas, of Moorefield; Mrs. Nannie Kopp and Mrs. Miranda Kopp, of Eaton, Ohio. 
   He married Miss Elizabeth Shultz daughter of Perry Shultz.  She died about eight years ago. 
   They reared thirteen children, two being dead; Amanda, first wife of George Sorrell, Jr., and Samuel. 
   Their surviving children are Mary, wife of George Pergrem; Margaret, widow of William Williamson; Eliza, wife of Squire John Clark; Bettie, wife of George Sorrell, Jr.; Ellen, wife of Simpson Sorrell; Belle, wife of James Stull; Andrew, Jonas, John and William. 
   Deceased was an industrious farmer in his younger years, and was a quiet, good citizen, enjoying the esteem of his aquaintanceship. 
   His family have the sympathy of many friends in their loss.

John Warner, 76 Dies Monday

John Warner, 76, Bath County died at his home near Owingsville Monday night about 11:00 o'clock.   A native of Bath County, he was the son of the late Jacob and Mary Elizabeth Shultz Warner.  He was a member of the Christian church. 
Survivors include three sons, Luther Warner, Middletown, Ohio;  Taulbee Warner, Dayton, Ohio;  Espy Warner, Montgomery County, Kentucky;  three daughters,  Mrs. Earl Crump,  Mrs. Lloyd Thompson,  and Mrs. Osborne Toy, all of Bath County, Kentucky;  one brother, Andy Warner, Bath County, and several grandchildren.  Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the grave in the Warner Graveyard,  services conducted by the Rev George C. Frey, pastor of the Owingsville Christian Church.  Pall bearers were: active, Clay Copher,  Palmer Sorrell,  Bascom Sorrell, Jessie Clark,  William Clark, Raymond Bromagen;  honorary, Clark Rogers, Tom McCarty,  Espy Staton,  Fred Reynolds, Chester Smoot,  Ambrose Lucas, Stanley Highley,  Carl Reynolds,  Virgil Reynolds,  Charlie Myers. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Barnes & Reynolds funeral home, Owingsville.

Lena Pearl Sorrell Warner

Bath County News-Outlook Thursday, October 24, 1940
Brief Illness Fatal To Mrs. Tom Warner 
Mrs. Lena Pearl Warner, 24 years old, wife of Tommie Warner, died at her home near town Wednesday night, October 23, after a several weeks' illness of typhoid fever. 
  A native of this county, she was a daughter of Mrs. Clay Tackett and the late William Sorrell, born September 1, 1916. 
  Besides her husband, she is survived by three children, Lequito Joyce, Clayton Howard and Raymond Arnold Warner; her mother and stepfather; three sisters, Mrs. Daily Cartmill, Montgomery; Mrs. W. R. Summers, Charleston, W. Va.; and Mrs. Raymond Duckworth; three brothers, Palmer Sorrell, Montgomery county; Bascom Sorrell, Nicholas county; and Irvin Sorrell, San Antonio, Texas; two half sisters and one half-brother. 
  Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon, October 25, at 2 o'clock at the Kendall Springs Christian Church.  Interment in the Kendall Springs cemetery.

Margaret Stone Warner 

from The Bath County News-Outlook
Margaret Warner, age 78, passes away at Mary Chiles Hospital. 
  Margaret Stone Warner, age 78, of Bath Avenue, passed away Friday, April 2, 1999 at Mary Chiles Hospital.  She was born December 25, 1920 in Montgomery County to the late Eliner "Babe" Stone and Melinda Everman Stone.  She was the widow of James "Hick" Warner.  She was a former Herald-Leader carrier, former telephone operator, Army WAC member in World War II, and a member of the Christian Church. 
  Survivors include one son, Bobby James Warner of Maysville; two daughters, Mary Linda Copher of Owingsville and Cathy King of Whitley City; two sisters, Mary Nette Boyd of Frankfort and Evelyn Beaty of Carlisle; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. 
  Preceded in death by a son, Dudley Thomas Warner; four brothers, Ewell, Roger, Bill and Pebble Stone; two sisters, Dorothy Pellfrey and Zora Mobley. 
  Funeral services were held Monday, April 5, 1999 at Richardson Funeral Home with Rev. Lowell Rice officiating.  Burial was in the Owingsville Cemetery.

Meliza J. Warner

   Mrs. Eliza J Warner died Saturday, June 27th, at the home of her husband, Jacob Warner, southwest of town, Funeral by Rev. F.D. Palmeter of the Methodist Church. She was born January 29, 1842, her maiden name being Gorham. She was reared by Millersburg and was married to Jacob Warner when young. Three children survive: William T. of Owingsville; Mary (Mrs Jeff Dawson Jr.), and Dudley at home. A brother lives in Bethel and another lives in the west.

William Darrell Warner

Obituary posted in the Kansas City Times July 18, 1972
William D. Warner, 51, of Weston in Platte County, died Sunday at Spelman Memorial Hospital.  He was born in Owingsville, Kentucky and lived in Weston 22 years.  He was a retired machinist for Kramer Manufacturing Company, Leavenworth, Kansas.  Mr. Warner was a member of Christian Assembly Church in Weston.  He was a World War II Army Veteran.  He leaves his wife, Roberta Henderson Warner of the home;  five sons, William D. Jr. of the home, Mitch, Larry, Danny, Gary of Louisville, Kentucky; six daughters, Miss Teresa, Linda, Kimberly all of the home, Mrs. Donna Smith, Smithville, Miss Janet Lea, Frankfort and Mrs. Gerry Lentz, Louisville, Kentucky; his mother, Mrs. Edna Cline, Frankfort;  four brothers, Johnson Cline, Walter Cline and Ewell Cline all of Frankfort and Sgt. Billy Cline, Ft. Dix N.J.; a sister, Mrs. Clarine Smith, Frankfort and three grandchildren.  Rev. W. J. Franklin officiated at the services held at Vaughn Chapel, L. R. Vaughn was at the organ accompanied the soloist, Mrs. J. R. Benner.  Pallbearers were Jewell Anderson, Oliver Kerns, Roy Dunn, Gaylord Ferguson, Walter Searcy and George Hayden.  Burial in Pleasant Ridge Cemetery.

Charles Whittington

December 16, 1897
  Died Friday, at the home of his son, Thomas, at Forge Hill, Charles Whittington.  Burial in Warner Graveyard

Sarah Belle (Lansdale) Williams

  Mrs. Belle Williams wife of John Williams, who died Friday morning, June the twenty first, nineteen eighteen, at two thirty o'clock will be held at her late residence Saturday afternoon, at two thirty o'clock. Services conducted by Rev. Clyde Darsie. Burial at Stepstone in the Thompson Graveyard. Pall Bearer Sidney Lansdale, John Lansdale, Leslie Lansdale, Robert Thompson Frank Lansdale, John Masterson.

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