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151 American Civil War Soldiers Record: Chauncey Yutzy , Enlistment Date: 24 June 1863 Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE Side Served: Union State Served: Pennsylvania Unit Numbers: 2023 2023 Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 24 June 1863 Enlisted in Company H, 20th Cavalry Regiment Pennsylvania on 24 June 1863. Transfered on 15 January 1864 from company H to company A (Estimated Day) Transferred Company H, 20th Cavalry Regiment Pennsylvania on 17 June 1865 Transfered in Company A, 1st Prov Cavalry Regiment Pennsylvania on 17 June 1865. Mustered out Company A, 1st Prov Cavalry Regiment Pennsylvania on 13 July 1865 Yutzy, Chauncey Jacob (I37988)
 
152 Amos Reagan, Jr. February 05, 1924 - November 22, 2005 Birthplace: Sevier County, Tennessee Resided In: Sevierville, Tennessee Visitation: November 23, 2005 Service: November 23, 2005 Cemetery: Caton's Chapel Cemetery Amos Reagan, Jr., age 81 of Sevierville, passed away Tuesday, November 22, 2005. A Gunners mate in the U.S. Navy, he served during World War II in the South Pacific. He earned the Purple Heart medal when his LCI gunboat was totally destroyed in the Battle of Iwo Jima. He was preceded in death by his parents Amos and Mary Reagan, sisters Beulah Moore, Bess Floyd, and Glenna Ogle, brothers Estel Reagan and Claude Reagan, first wife Willie Mae Reagan, second wife Corda Reagan, and daughter-in-law Patsy Reagan. Survivors: Daughters and sons-in-law: Patsy June and Don McFalls, Portia Sue and Melvin Ogle, Mary Kathy Reagan, Pamelia Jane and Junior Ogle Sons and daughter-in-law: Tony Michael and Cindy Reagan, Danny Ray Reagan Stepchildren: Wanda Whaley and husband Ralph, Wayne Lewis and wife Donna 11 Grandchildren 9 Great-grandchildren Brothers and sisters: Brownlee Reagan and wife Kelli, Bruce Reagan and wife Dottie, Gertrude Bales Sister-in-law: Olie Williams Several nieces and nephews Special friend: Sara Henry Funeral service 7 PM Wednesday in the East Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home with Rev. Andy Ball, Rev. Ralph Burke, and Pastor Hubert Troutman officiating. Interment 11 AM Thursday in Catons Chapel Cemetery. The family will receive friends 5-7 PM Wednesday at Atchley Funeral Home, Sevierville. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Reagan, Carl Amos (I46470)
 
153 AMOS SHULTZ, age 86, of Dandridge, TN passed away Monday, February 9, 2015. He was a member of the Calvary Baptist Church of White Pine and was a retired machinist for General Motors after 33 years of service. He is survived by his wife of 36 years, Jean S. Shultz; children, Brenda (Terry) Valentine, Amos (Nita) Shultz, Sue (Mike) Mason, Rocky (Michelle) Shultz, Kim (Chris) Baronak; step-sons, Roger (Ann) O’Dell and Blaine (Patty, deceased) O’Dell; 13 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren; sister, Dorothy Sluss; brothers, Ralph and Ernest Shultz.
Funeral services, Wednesday, February 11, 2015, 7:00pm at Farrar Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Joshua Spurgeon officiating. Interment graveside services will be held Thursday, 11:00am at Resthaven Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorials be made to Calvary Baptist Church, 3304 Old Airport Rd., White Pine, TN 37890. The family will receive friends Wednesday evening, 5:00 to 7:00pm prior to services at FARRAR FUNERAL HOME, DANDRIDGE 
Shultz, Ottis Amos (I2109)
 
154 Amos Walter was born in Gatlinburg, Tennessee in Sevier County. The family lived in Wears Valley, which was in Blount County. This is at the foot of the Great Smoky Mountains. He moved to Cimeron County, Oklahoma in 1908 when he was 16 years old. Lived in around the area of Texhoma, (in Texas County) Guymon, (in Texas County) and Griggs (in Cimeron County). Met Ella Huskey there and both of their children, Amos and Harold, were born and raised in Griggs. Eslinger, Amos Walter (I8217)
 
155 Ancestry.com Obit Collection Shelby Star, Shelby, Cleveland Co., NC (10 Nov 2004) LAKE CITY, FL = Mr. Baxter Weldon Guffey, 80, died Sunday, Nov. 7, 2004, at Shands at Lake Shore Hospital. Born in Rutherford County, he was a son of the late Arvil and Macie Ensley Guffey. He was a Marine veteran of World War II, serving from 1941 to 1946. He retired from Lake City Veterans Administration Hospital after 24 years of service. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by four brothers, Buddy, Reid, Roy and Garland Guffey; and two sisters, Mary Willie Poteat and Dorothy G. Smith. He is survived by his wife, Hazel McEntire Guffey; two daughters, Kimberly K. Guffey of Dublin, Texas, and Bonnie Guffey Giusti of Wellborn, Fla.; two granddaughters, Amelia Ann Giusti and Olivia Baxter Giusti; three sisters, Valoree Harrill of Forest City, Dexter Delk of Shelby and Eunice Ramsey and husband, Robert, of Sunshine; and two brothers-in-law, Jocephus Poteat and Robert Smith. The funeral will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at McMahan s Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Jack Crain officiating. Burial will follow in Mount Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home an hour before the service. Guffey, Baxter Weldon (I37857)
 
156 Andrew arrived at Ellis Island aboard the on February 20, 1902. He was 24 years old. His last residence was Aberdeen, Scotland. He was a baker. His final destination was Cleveland, Ohio, to join his sister Mrs. Smith Rose, Wood Avenue, Cleveland. He's found in the 1910 census in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH: NICOL, Andrew (32); wife Elizabeth C. (32); children Alexander (12); Mary (11); Thomas (9); Andrew (7); William (2). Everyone in the household was born in Scotland, except for Andrew and Thomas, who were born in Ohio. All of the family who was born in Scotland immigrated to the U.S. in 1902. Andrew was a foreman / steel works. He's found in the 1920 census in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH: NICOL, Andrew (42); wife Elizabeth (41); children Thomas (20); Andrew jr. (19); William (12); Jeanne (9); Peter (6). Andrew, Sr., Elizabeth and Thomas were all born in Scotland, having immigrated in 1902; the remainder of the household was born in Ohio. Andrew and Thomas both worked in the steel mills, while Andrew, jr. was a helper / truck. Obituary: Id#: 0653258 Name: Nicol, Andrew (Scotty) Date: Mar 8 1965 Source: Plain Dealer; Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #139. Notes: Nicol. Andrew (Scotty) Nicol, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth, father of Mrs. Mary Hildenbrand, Thomas, Mrs. Jean Schreiber, Peter and the late Alexander, Andrew and William, grandfather, great-grandfather and great-great-grandfather, residence, 8003 Rosewood Ave. Friends may call at Thomas Funeral Home, 12512 Miles Ave. where services will be held Monday, March 8, at 2:30 p. m. Interment Harvard Grove. Please omit flowers. Donations to a charity will be appreciated. Nicol, Andrew (Scotty) (I23061)
 
157 Annalee Eslinger Frazier had no children. Eslinger, Mary Annalee (I1854)
 
158 Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland, Volume I: The Age of the World, 4815. FearghusFortamhail, son of Breasal Breac, after having been eleven years in the monarchy of Ireland, was slain by Aenghus Tuirrnheach in the battle of Teamhair [Tara]. The Age of the World, 4816. The first year of the reign of Aenghus Tuirmheach Teamhrach in the sovereignty of Ireland. The Age of the World, 4875. Aengus Tuirmheach Teamhrach, after having been sixty years in the monarchy of Ireland, died at Teamhair. He was called Aenghus Tuirmheach11 because the nobility of the race of Eireamhon are traced to him. Tuirmeach, Aenghus (I11501)
 
159 Anne M. Dulka Funeral Mass for Anne M. Dulka, age 89, of Leesburg, Va. for the past four years, formerly of Willoughby Hills for 12 years and Mentor for 30 years, will be 11 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary of the Assumption Catholic Church, 8560 Mentor Ave., Mentor. Mrs. Dulka died March 17, 2008, at Loudoun Hospital Center in Leesburg. She was born July 25, 1918, in Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Dulka was a homemaker. During the 1950's she was a retail handbag buyer for Franklin Simon and Travelers' Luggage. She enjoyed spending time with her friends and family, golfing, traveling and playing pinochle, rummy and bingo. Mrs. Dulka and her husband were especially proud of their Slovak heritage and they prided themselves on passing that heritage along to the children and other family members. Survivors are her sons, Dr. Joseph G. Dulka of Omaha, Neb. and Daniel G. Dulka of Wickliffe; daughter, Jo Ann G. (Thomas) Van Nuys of Leesburg, Va.; brother, Deacon Edward (Joan) Telepak of Seven Hills; sister-in-law, Patricia Telepak of Willoughby Hills; and grandchildren, Megan Grey and Alexandria, Patrick, Katie and Olivia Van Nuys. She was preceded in death by her husband of 48 years, Joseph T. Dulka; parents, John and Sophie Telepak; brothers, Jack (Agnes) Telepak, William (Bernice) Telepak, Frank (Regina) Telepak, Michael Telepak, Albert (Stephanie) Telepak and Clarence (Patricia) Telepak; and sister, Cecil (Jack) Majher. Friends may call 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Brunner Funeral Home & Cremation Service, 8466 Mentor Ave., Mentor. Interment will be in All Souls Cemetery in Chardon Township. The family suggests contributions to Capital Hospice, 209 Gibson St. N.W., Suite 202, Leesburg, Va.. 20176. Online obituary at www.brunners.com Telepak, Anne M. (I14961)
 
160 Another researcher has given her date of birth as October 4, 1895. That is incorrect. October 4, 1895 is the date of her marriage to John Casteel. That same researcher has her date of death as March 23, 1951. This is also incorrect -- that is the date of death for John Casteel. When John was found in the 1920 census, he indicated he was a widow. We have therefore assumed that Josie died sometime before 1920. Worley, Josie (I18415)
 
161 Another researcher has her date of birth given as August 17, 1708; however, inasmuch as her son Thomas was June 10, 1708 that is obviously incorrect. Stacy, Elizabeth (I15764)
 
162 Another researcher has her name listed as "MCSULLEIKLEJOHN." Her father's name was Meiklejohn; therefore, we assume her name was the same. Meiklejohn, Ann (I16436)
 
163 Arlie Wayne Elmore December 23, 1975 - May 17, 2007 Birthplace: Newport, Tennessee Resided In: Dandridge Tennessee USA Visitation: May 21, 2007 Service: May 22, 2007 Cemetery: Hurst Chapel Cemetery Arlie Wayne Elmore, age 31 of Dandridge passed away Wednesday, May 17, 2007. He was preceded in death by his father, Arlie Ray Elmore and sister, Debbie Loveday. Survivors: Step Mother: Addie Elmore Mother and Step Father: Wanda and Johnny Parrott Sisters: Carol Cox, Dorothy Floyd, Crystal Parrott, Pam Parrott, Emma Hurst Brother: Frank Elmore Several nieces and nephews Funeral service 2 PM Tuesday at Hurst Chapel Baptist Church with interment to follow in Hurst Chapel Cemetery. The family will receive friends 6-8 PM Monday at Atchley Funeral Home. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Elmore, Arlie Wayne (I50473)
 
164 Arnulf II was Count of Flanders from 973 to 987. Arnulf, II (I5874)
 
165 Arthur Blalock, Jr. July 03, 1939 - July 03, 2009 Birthplace: Sevierville, Tennessee Resided In: Sevierville Tennessee USA Visitation: July 05, 2009 Service: July 06, 2009 Cemetery: Smoky Mountain Memory Gardens Arthur Blalock, Jr. age 70 of Sevierville, passed away Friday, July 3, 2009. He was preceded in death by his father, Arthur Blalock, Sr.; mother Anna Maples Blalock; brother Samuel C. Blalock; sister-in-law, Lois Blalock; brothers-in-law Oscar Dunn and Wayne Cogdill. Survivors: Loving wife: Jean Blalock Son: Mitchell Blalock and wife Kathy Siblings: Herb Blalock, Faye Dunn, Newell Blalock and Jan, Margaret Webb, Bonnie Cogdill Mother-in-law: Rose B. Manning Brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law: Roy (Cowboy) and Margaret (Sis) Miller, Kathy D. Manning, Billy and Frances Spoon, Bobby and Melinda Manning, William (Shorty) Manning, Benny and Sharon Manning Many special and loving family members including nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Funeral service 11 AM Monday in the West Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home with Rev. Edward Parton officiating. Entombment will follow in the Garden Mausoleum of Smoky Mountain Memory Gardens, Pigeon Forge. Pallbearers will be Joe Newman, Jimmy Blalock, Darrell Bradley, David Rogers, Bobby Spicer and Grant Dunn. Honorary pallbearers will be Roy (Cowboy) Miller, John Hulet Bradley and Benny Byrd. The family will receive friends 2-6 PM Sunday at Atchley Funeral Home, Sevierville. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Blalock, Arthur (I25829)
 
166 Arthur Loveday June 24, 1920 - December 15, 2005 Birthplace: Sevier County, Tennessee Resided In: Sevierville, Tennessee Visitation: December 17, 2005 Service: December 17, 2005 Cemetery: Bethel Cemetery Arthur Loveday, age 85 of Sevierville, died Thursday, December 15, 2005 at the Baptist Hospital of East Tennessee. He was a devoted husband, father, and grandfather. He was a member of Bethel Baptist Church and retired from TVA after 30 years of service. He was a WWII veteran. He was preceded in death by his wife Marie Barker Loveday, parents Dave and Sally Loveday, brothers Newell, Leonard, Clay, Robert, Will, and Roy Loveday, sister Oda Jane Barker, three infant brothers and one infant sister. Survivors: Sons and daughters-in-law: Mac and Judy Loveday, Lyndell and Glenda Loveday, Kenneth and Gerry Loveday, Garry and Nancy Loveday, Rodney and Terri Loveday Daughters and son-in-law: Wanda and Lonnie Derrick, Shirley Rhea Grandchildren and their spouses: Kim Loveday, Kyle and Susan Loveday, Travis and Robin Loveday, Todd and Katie Loveday, Brad and Valerie Loveday, Blake and Bambi Loveday, Martina and Randy Riggins, Chad and Jessica Loveday, Justin Loveday, Sharalynn Loveday, Kevin Loveday, Stacia and Eddie Lewis, Jamie and Tony Stinnett, Craig Derrick, Nathan Rhea, Nicholas Rhea 13 Great-Grandchildren Sisters: Josie McCarter, Ruth Whaley Several nieces and nephews and a host of friends In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Bethel Baptist Church Building Fund or Cemetery Fund, 2776 Bethel Church Road, Sevierville, TN 37876. Funeral service 7 PM Saturday in the West Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home with Rev. Kenneth Stansbury, Rev. Curtis Wells, and Rev. Melvin Carr officiating. Interment 2 PM Sunday in Bethel Cemetery with military honors. Grandsons will serve as pallbearers; honorary pallbearers will be the Bethel Baptist Church Senior Men s Sunday School Class. The family will receive friends 5-7 PM Saturday at Atchley Funeral Home, Sevierville. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Loveday, Arthur (I50182)
 
167 Article published in the Cleveland Plain Dealer on 4/5/1995 (p. 3, Sec. B): A LITTLE PIECE OF HISTORY Ohioan donates nameplate he swiped from famed Navy ship to take its rightful place with other USS Franklin artifacts. By: Stephen Hudak, Plain Dealer Reporter The riveting, the welding, the hammering stopped. At the USS Franklin limped into the Brooklyn Naval Yard almost 50 years ago, gaping holes in her deck, everyone stopped to watch. "We all looked," recalled Harold Konst of Lyndhurst, who was 24 that day. "Everything all of a sudden went quiet. A couple of guys were saluting." Konst said he had never forgotten the dead silence in the repair yard the day the wounded aircraft carrier arrived. Helping him remember is a plastic nameplate, an inch and a half wide and 10 inches long. "USS Franklin" stands out in white letters against it black background. He lifted it from the ship while a guard looked the other way. For half a century, it has survived rummage sales and spring cleanings, though Konst's wife Ginny pestered him about hanging onto it. He never was exactly sure why he kept it. Until yesterday. "Maybe I thought I'd run into someone someday," Konst said. At Hellriegel's inn in Painesville, Konst, who served aboard the USS Rhodes during World War II, gave his souvenir to survivors of the Franklin. They were men from LaGrange and Chardon, Euclid and Strongsville, and Konst had never spoken with any of them until a news story introduced them. Their ship had been chewed to the hull by two 500-pound bombs dumped from a Japanese fighter that ducked out of the clouds on March 19, 1945. "She was stricken from the Navy register in 1966 and sold for scrap." A Franklin memorial aboard the USS Yorktown in South Carolina has a trophy case with a few items; a bullet-riddled flat, the rosary of her chaplain, a bell. Now it will have the name-plate that Konst wiggled off a machine. "This is something special to us. It's a part of our ship," said Lou Dani, 70, of LaGrange, who was aboard the Franklin when the Japanese attacked. Konst, Harold R. (I12480)
 
168 Asa Trotter (age 32) was listed as "blind" in the 1850 Sevier County, TN Census; she was also still listed with her parents. Trotter, Asa (I3733)
 
169 Asberry was returning home from the mill where he had been to have corn ground for the family. He encountered Confederate soldiers and he tried to escape. They shot and wounded him. He hid among the underbrush and rocks near the swimming hold on Dunn's creek. The family later found him, but he died a short time later. He is thought to be the first person buried in Stinnett Cemetery. Stinnett, Asberry (I1903)
 
170 At 1 1/2 years of age, he is found in the 1910 census living on Pleasant Street in Wakeman, Huron County, OH: MURRAY, James L. (42); wife Katherine R. (27); sons Lawrence J. (3) and Robert P. (1 6/12). James and Katherine had been married for five years. Katherine was the mother of two children, both of whom were living. Everyone in the household was born in Ohio. James and Katherine's parents were all born in Ireland. James was a house carpenter. This census was taken on the 15th day of April, 1910 by Frank H. Snyder.

He's found in the 1920 census in Wakeman Village (Wakeman Township), Huron County, Ohio: MURRY, James L. (52); wife Katherine R. (38); children James L. (13); Robert P. (11); George L. (9); John J. (7); Paul (5); Mary K. (3); and Lewis P. (1). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio. Both of James' parents, as well as Catherine's father, were born in Ireland. Catherine's mother was born in Ohio. James was a U. S. Post Master. According to his daughter, Ann, he was postmaster in Wakeman from 1914 to 1924. This census was taken on the 12th day of January, 1920, by William G. Stott.

There is a Robert Murray found in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH in the 1930 census: McKINZIE, Robert (61); wife Dorothy (58); son William (21); roomer James O'SHEA (24); and roomer ROBERT MURRAY (21). Robert McKinzie was a mail carrier for the government; his son William was a reporter for a newspaper; James O'Shea was a demonstrator in the paint industry; and Robert Murray was a salesman in the leather industry. [Editorial Note: Our Robert Murray eventually opened a leather shop with his brothers Joe and Paul.]

Article published in the Evening Review, East Liverpool, Ohio on April 6, 1937: Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Sara Elizabeth Carney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Carney of Power Point, to Mr. Robert Patrick Murray, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Murray of Wakeman, O. The ceremony took place at High Mass on Saturday in St. George Catholic church at Lisbon.
The bride has just completed her nurses training course at St. John's hospital, Cleveland, and members of her class were present at the wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray will make their home in Cleveland, where the bridegroom is a salesman.

He's found in the 1940 census living at 3350 West 125th Street, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, OH: MURRAY, Robert (31), wife Sarah (26); children Patricia (2) and Rose Mary (2/12). Everyone in the house was born in Ohio. Robert and Sarah had lived in the same place five year prior. Robert was a salesman / wholesale leather jobbers.

Obituary published in the Plain Dealer on February 28, 1999 (Section B, page 9): ROBERT P. MURRAY, age 90, pre-deceased by his wife, Sarah (nee Carney) Murray. Survived by daughter Pat (Joe Kelly) of Rochester, NY, and Rosemary Murray of Fairview Park, OH; son Robert M. (Sybil) Murray and grandchildren Emily and Kevin of Rochester, NY; brother of Louis P. Murray and Ann Keith of Wakeman, OH. He was co-owner of Murray Bros. Leather Co. Funeral Mass will be held Monday, March 1, at 11 a.m., St. Patrick's Church, Rocky River and Puritas. Friends may call Sunday from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. at the David G. Martens & Son Funeral Home, 4175 Rocky River Dr. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Family suggests contributions to the Benjamin Rose Institute. 
Murray, Robert Patrick (I30)
 
171 At age 20, he died of bronchial pneumonia.

According to the Rawlings Funeral Home records, he was buried in Banner Cemetery. However, according to his death certificate and In The Shadow of the Smokies, he was buried in Glades Lebanon Cemetery, Sevier County, Tennessee. 
King, John W. (I3180)
 
172 At the age of eleven years, Lemon Hoover, son of William Hoover, walked alone to Michigan catching a ride when he could and working on farms for food. He was hired as an oxen driver sitting on the oxen's head between the horns where he was tied so he wouldn't fall off and get hurt. [Source: Ancestry.com message board; posted by H. Schiltz] He's found in the 1910 census in Sugar Creek Township, Stark County, Ohio: HOOVER, Lemon (41); wife Rose (42); children Helen (19); James (17); Ralph (15); Carl (13); Grace (10); Morris (6); Howard (3); Charles (1). Lemon and Rose had been married 20 years. She was the mother of 8 children, all of whom were living. Everyone in the household was born in Ohio, as were their parents; except for Rose's parents, who were both born in Germany. Lemon was a teamster / wagon; Helen was a servant / house. He's found in the 1920 census in Nimishillen, Stark County, Ohio: HOOVER, Lemon A. (50); wife Rose E. (52); children Maurice L. (16); Howard C. (12); Charles E. (11). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio, as were their parents; except for Rose's parents, who were both born in Germany. Lemon was a farmer. Hoover, Lemon A. (I18863)
 
173 At the time of the 1900 census, she was 34 years old, single, and living with her parents: They're found in the 1900 census in Wakeman, Huron County, OH: MURRAY, James (b. June 1845; age 56; married 37 years); wife Catherine (b. April 1846; age 53; married 37 years); daughter Mary FORD (b. April 1865; age 35; widowed; married 1 year); daughter Anna (b. July 1866; age 33; single); son James (b. June 1868; age 31; single); daughter Nora (b. March 1879; age 21; single); son Mattie (b. June 1882; age 17; single). James and Catherine were born in Ireland; all the children were born in Ohio. James immigrated in 1860; Catherine in 1850. James was a farmer; James, Jr. was a farmer; daughter Nora was a school teacher.

Anna was found with her parents, James C. and Catherine (Guthrie) Murray, in the 1910 census in Wakeman Township, Huron County, Ohio: MURRAY, James C. (age 68), wife Catherine (age 65), children Anna (40), Elnora (28) and Mathais (26). James and Catherine had been married 48 years. She was the mother of nine children; seven of whom were still living. They were both born in Ireland; all the children were born in Ohio. James immigrated in 1858; Catherine in 1857. James was a naturalized citizen. He was a farmer; son Mathias was a laborer on a farm. This census was taken April 23 and April 25, 1910 by Frank H. Snyder.

She's found in the 1920 census in Elyria, Lorain County, OH: CAMPBELL, John (56); wife Anna (53); sister-in-law Elanora MURRAY (35). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio; their parents were all born in Ireland. John was an inspector in an auto factory; Elnora was a school teacher.

Death Record published in The Chronicle Telegram (Elyria, Ohio) on June 8, 1927: MRS. JOHN CAMPBELL Mrs. John Campbell died this morning at her home at 225 Gates avenue after an illness of a year. She leaves her husband, two sisters, Mrs. P. T. Rooney of Kipton, and Eleanora Murray of Elyria, three brothers J. B. Murray of Wellington, and J. L. and M. P. of Wakeman. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning from St. Mary's church at 9:00 o'clock. Burial at St. Mary's cemetery. 
Murray, Anna (I299)
 
174 At the time of the 1900 Census, she was living with her parents. She was widowed at that time. Her place of birth was given as Ireland, but that could have been an error. Her husband, John Ford, died in a tragic accident shortly before his 33rd birthday. They had only been married about a year and a half. Mary died twelve years later. There is no record of a second marriage for her, nor her estate, in the Huron County records. Family stories say that she never recovered from her husband's untimely death. Murray, Mary (I297)
 
175 At three years of age, he is found in the 1910 census living on Pleasant Street in Wakeman, Huron County, OH: MURRAY, James L. (42); wife Katherine R. (27); sons Lawrence J. (3) and Robert P. (1 6/12). James and Katherine had been married for five years. Katherine was the mother of two children, both of whom were living. Everyone in the household was born in Ohio. James and Katherine's parents were all born in Ireland. James was a house carpenter. This census was taken on the 15th day of April, 1910 by Frank H. Snyder.

He's found in the 1920 census in Wakeman Village (Wakeman Township), Huron County, Ohio: MURRY, James L. (52); wife Katherine R. (38); children James L. (13); Robert P. (11); George L. (9); John J. (7); Paul (5); Mary K. (3); and Lewis P. (1). Everyone in the household was born in Ohio. Both of James' parents, as well as Catherine's father, were born in Ireland. Catherine's mother was born in Ohio. James was a U. S. Post Master. According to his daughter, Ann, he was postmaster in Wakeman from 1914 to 1924. This census was taken on the 12th day of January, 1920, by William G. Stott.

He's found living with his uncle Peter McMahon in the 1930 census in Toledo, Lucas County, OH: McMAHAN (?), Peter (42); wife Irene (39); children Patrick (7); Paul (6); Mary E. (3 2/12); lodger LAWRENCE MURRAY (23). Lawrence Murray was a bookkeeper in the insurance industry.

He's found in the 1940 census in Toledo, Lucas County, Ohio: MURRAY, James L., Jr., Lodger, age 34. He was single, had lived at the same address five years prior, was born in Ohio, and was an Office Manager / Paint Manufacturing. He was living in the household of Mary U. O'Dwyer, age 71, widowed. 
Murray, James Lawrence Jr. (I34)
 
176 August Lee Valentine August 16, 1921 - June 05, 2007 Birthplace: Sevier Co., Tennessee Resided In: Seymour Tennessee Visitation: June 08, 2007 Service: June 08, 2007 Cemetery: Shiloh Cemetery, Pigeon Forge August Valentine, age 85, of Seymour, TN after years of life in a wheelchair is walking the streets of gold. August Lee was called home on June 5, 2007. He was a member of Zion Hill Baptist Church, Sevierville and a Veteran of WWII in the Pacific Conflict as Staff Sergeant in the US Army. He was preceded in death by his parents, Bernard and Nora Valentine, sisters and brothers-in-law, Pauline and Clarence Rhea, Wilma and McKinley Whitted, Kate and Calvin Pryor, brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Doris Valentine, Junior Slaton, Morgan and Ruth Slaton, Steve Russell, Sam Russell, Charlie Glenn, and Rhea Fleenor. Survivors: Loving husband to Nancy Jane Slaton Valentine, loving Dad to Darlene and husband Mike Gilbert, Albert and wife Kathy Valentine, and Sheri and husband William Haynes. Loving grandfather to Tyler and Logan Haynes, Bryan Gilbert and Amy Connatser. Loving brother to Agnes Morrissette, Henry Valentine, Edward and Louise Valentine and Doel and Georgia Valentine. Loving brother-in-law to Florence Russell, Pearl Glenn, Johnnie Fleenor and Bobby and Beulah Slaton. Several nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and special friends, Garland and Zelma Rogers. Funeral service 7 PM Friday in Atchley s Seymour Chapel with Rev. W.A. Galyon and Rev. Floyd Powell officiating. Interment 11 AM Saturday in Shiloh Cemetery. Grandsons and nephews will serve as pallbearers. The family will receive friends 5-7 PM Friday at Atchley Funeral Home, Seymour, 122 Peacock Court, Seymour, Tennessee, 37865, (865)577-2807, (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Valentine, August Lee (I8911)
 
177 Avery Shirk married Catherine (Kate) Smith about 1894. They had daughters Grace, Ida and I believe Edith. Kate's parents William and Julia Martin Smith Swanick came to the USA from County Meath, Ireland in 1864. Her sister Julia A. Smith married Bernard J. McEvoy. They are my great-grandparents. [Source: Susan Putnam] Smith, Catherine (Kate) (I10102)
 
178 Barney R. Ogle December 18, 1919 - July 21, 2005 Birthplace: Gatlinburg, Tennessee Resided In: Sevierville Tennessee USA Visitation: July 24, 2005 Service: July 24, 2005 Cemetery: Shiloh Cemetery, Pigeon Forge Barney R. Ogle went home to be with the Lord and with Glenna on Thursday, July 21, 2005. He was born December 18, l9l9 in Gatlinburg Tennessee in what is now the Great Smoky Mountain National Park. Barney was a charter member of Roaring Fork Baptist Church and Liberty Baptist Church. He was a veteran of World War II, having served in England and Germany. He was an avid hiker, loved to travel and read. Of special interest to him was hiking in the Smokies with the Thursday hikers. He has hiked most every trail in the Smokies. Barney is preceded in death by his parents, Preston and Nancy Elizabeth Ogle, brothers, Robert, Arlie, Walter, Russell, Homer, Fred, Clifford, Sisters, Julia Lucretta, Pearl, Trula, and Beulah and his beloved wife Glenna. To mourn his passing Barney leaves a daughter and son-in-law, Jim and Judith Shoemaker, three grandchildren, Aaron Atchley and wife Robbin, Allen Atchley, and Adrienne and husband Steve O'Fallon. He also leaves two great grandchildren, Stephen and Summer O'Fallon, and special friend Nancy Jackson. He is also survived by a brother Luther Ogle and sister, Stella Dodgen. Many thanks go to the wonderful staff at Wellington Place and Adventa Hospice. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Liberty Baptist Church Mission Fund, 661 Wears Valley Road, Pigeon Forge, TN, 37863 or Children's Playground Fund at Seymour Heights Christian Church, 122 Boyd's Creek Highway, Seymour, TN 37865. Funeral service 2 PM Sunday in the West Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home. Interment 11 AM Monday in Shiloh Cemetery with military honors by the American Legion Post 104. The family will receive friends 12:30 - 2 PM Sunday at Atchley Funeral Home, Sevierville. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Ogle, Barney R. (I8674)
 
179 Barsheba Thomas is assumed to be related to the Thomas family from Virginia, who were among the earlier settlers to Sevier County, Tennessee. She is probably buried beside her husband in the Webb Family Cemetery. (Another Webb Cemetery is now called the Ogle's Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery.) Thomas, Barsheba (I3075)
 
180 Baudouin III was Count of Flanders. Baudouin, III (I5889)
 
181 Baudouin IV was the Count of Flanders from 987 to 1035. Baudouin, IV (I5867)
 
182 Baudouin was the Count of Flanders from 1035-1067. Baudouin, V (I5863)
 
183 Benjamin and Phoebe were married by P. H. Shults, JP. In 1870, they were living in District #12, Cocke County, TN, on the farm of Joseph and Barsheba (Thomas) Webb on Upper Cosby, which is near the Sevier County line and Dunn's Creek. By 1880, they had moved back into Sevier County in the Rocky Flats area, nears Shults Grove. They were farming the Berry Williams farm. They are found in the 1880 census in Jones Cove, Sevier County, TN: STINNETT, B. J. (31); wife Phebe (30); children Pleasant (13) and Mary J. (7). Everyone in the household was born in TN, except for Phoebe who was born in GA. Benjamin was a farmer. By 1900, they were in Newport, Cocke County, TN, living in a rented house. In 1905, Ben was working as a day laborer and Mary Jane (their daughter) had been married and divorced and was back living with them. She had three children: Ples, Ben and Henry. Around 1910, Ben and Phoebe moved to Knoxville, where they spent the remainder of their days. Ben was listed as a merchant on his death certificate. Stinnett, Benjamin James (I1893)
 
184 Bertha Kate Clabo, age 67, of Sevierville, passed away Tuesday, December 25, 2007. She was a member of Big Greenbriar Primitive Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her father, Lonzo Carver, father-in-law, Orville Clabo, and brother, Bobby Howard Carver. Survivors: Husband: Connie H. Clabo Sons and daughters-in-law: Russell Clabo and wife Connie, Mack Clabo and wife Lisa Daughters and sons-in-law: Carol Strohl and husband James, Kathy Price and husband Curtis Grandchildren: Leizle Clabo, Nicholas Clabo, Aaron Price, Nathan Clabo, Stephanie Clabo Step granddaughter: Miranda Price Mother: Anna May Carver Brothers and sisters-in-law: Carl Carver and wife Shirleen, James Carver and wife Linda, Earl Carver and wife Cathy, Cecil Carver and wife Evelyn Sisters and brothers-in-law: Pearl Ogle and husband Ralph, Ruth Lethco and husband Preston, Betty Ownby and husband Glenn Many Nieces and Nephews Funeral service 7 PM Thursday in Atchley s Smoky Mountain Chapel with Elder Shirley Henry officiating. Family and friends will meet 1 PM Friday in Smoky Mountain Memory Gardens for graveside service and interment. The family will receive friends 5-7 PM Thursday at Atchley s Smoky Mountain Chapel in Pigeon Forge. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Carver, Bertha Kate (I55850)
 
185 Bessie was married to a Sutton and had three Sutton children before her marriage to Aaron Proffitt. After Aaron's death, she married Oscar Proffitt (son of Aaron Proffitt and Grace Nellie Royce). Oscar adopted the three Sutton children (Elsie, Dorothy, and Norman). Oscar and Bessie had one more of their own, Gene Proffitt. Brown, Bessie May (I4822)
 
186 Betty died in childbirth with Sidric and James married her younger sister, Ra hel. After James's death Rachel married Larry Misher Shults. Buried Phillips Cemetery, Cocke County, Tennessee Phillips, James (I55575)
 
187 Betty Faye Webb Rice August 07, 1930 - November 09, 2009 Resided In: Sevierville, Tennessee USA Visitation: November 12, 2009 Service: November 12, 2009 Cemetery: Smoky Mountain Memory Gardens Betty Faye Webb Rice, age 79 of Sevierville, went to be with Jesus on Monday, November 9, 2009. She was raised in the Sugarlands and Elkmont area of the great Smoky Mountain National Park. Mrs. Rice was preceded in death by her parents Robert and Annie Ogle; brothers Raymond, Roy, Clyde, and Bruce Ogle; and sisters Lola Cardwell, Mae Pulliam, and Frances "Nip" Ogle. Survivors: Brother and Sister-in-law: Paul and Mildred Ogle Several Nieces and Nephews Funeral service 1 PM Thursday at Atchley s Smoky Mountain Chapel with Rev. David Beason officiating. Interment will follow in Smoky Mountain Memory Garden. The family will receive friends 11 AM-1 PM Thursday at Atchley s Smoky Mountain Chapel, 220 Emert Street, Pigeon Forge, TN. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Ogle, Betty Faye (I4742)
 
188 Beulah Elizabeth Ogle Watson May 05, 1916 - March 07, 2007 Birthplace: Sevier County, Tennessee Resided In: Gatlinburg, Tennessee Visitation: March 10, 2007 Service: March 10, 2007 Cemetery: Smoky Mountain Memory Gardens Beulah Elizabeth Ogle Watson, age 90 of Gatlinburg, passed away Wednesday, March 7, 2007, at Fort Sanders Sevier Medical Center. Born May 5, 1916, to the late Thomas and Ida Huskey Ogle, she was preceded in death by her husband of 66 years Clell David Watson, brothers Amos and Arlie Ogle, sisters, Sarah Ogle Trentham, Josie Ogle Kear, and Pearl Ogle McCarter. She was a weaver for Arrowcraft Shop for several years and later owned a shop specializing in fine linens and other handmade crafts. She also helped her husband in their grocery store until retirement. She was a charter member of Roaring Fork Baptist Church. Survivors: Son and daughter-in-law: Jack Ellis and Martha Watson Daughters and sons-in-law: Brenda and Roy Whaley, Dorothy and Lloyd Middleton Grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren Sister and brother-in-law: Georgia Ogle and Sam Trentham Brother-in-law and wife: Hugh and Evelyn Watson Funeral service 7 PM Saturday in the West Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home with Dr. David Ayers officiating. Family and friends will meet 1 PM Sunday in Smoky Mountain Memory Gardens for interment. The family will receive friends 6-7 PM Saturday at Atchley Funeral Home, Sevierville. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Ogle, Beulah Elizabeth (I31033)
 
189 Bill L. Maples October 10, 1937 - May 20, 2008 Birthplace: Gatlinburg, Tennessee Resided In: Pigeon Forge Tennessee USA Visitation: May 23, 2008 Service: May 23, 2008 Cemetery: Smoky Mountain Memory Gardens Bill L. Maples, age 70 of Pigeon Forge, went to be with his heavenly Father on Tuesday, May 20, 2008. Born October 10, 1937 in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, he lived most of his life in Pigeon Forge where he and his business partners established Quality Construction Company. Later he partnered to develop and operate Comfort and Quality Inns in Pigeon Forge. He was very involved with his church, First Baptist Church of Pigeon Forge, where he was a member for 49 years and taught Sunday School. He was also an active leader in Pigeon Forge and throughout Sevier County where he served on Pigeon Forge City Council for over 26 years, Sevier County Utility District Board of Directors for 16 years as well as several other countywide boards and committees. His favorite pastime was golfing with friends at Gatlinburg Country Club. He was a man of God who loved his family dearly and took great pride in his community, business and work. He was preceded in death by his parents Clyde Maples and Thelma Maples and brothers-in-law Ed Harrell and Earl Oakley. Survivors include his: Wife of 49 years: Dorothy Dot Maples Children: Pam and Carl Quinn, Doug and Tammy Maples, Ken Maples Grandchildren: Andrew, Allyson, Anna, and Alex Quinn; Daniel and Kenzi Maples; Blake, Parker, and Avery Maples Sister: Judy Harrell Very special friend: Ruby Maples Several nieces and nephews and brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to: First Baptist Church of Pigeon Forge Mission Programs, P.O. Box 98, Pigeon Forge, TN 37868; or, American Cancer Society, c/o Teri Newman, 3629 Parkway, Pigeon Forge, TN 37863. Grandchildren will serve as pallbearers and his Sunday School class will serve as honorary pallbearers. Funeral service 7 PM Friday at the First Baptist Church of Pigeon Forge with Rev. Jeff Brooks and Rev. Keith Walker officiating. Interment 10 AM Saturday in Smoky Mountain Memory Gardens. The body will lie-in-state from 12 noon until 2 PM Friday at First Baptist Church, Pigeon Forge. The family will receive friends 2-6 PM Friday at First Baptist Church Pigeon Forge. Arrangements by Atchley Funeral Home Sevierville. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Maples, Bill L. (I20522)
 
190 Billy Richard Huskey March 25, 1943 - June 25, 2005 Birthplace: Sevier County, Tennessee Resided In: Gatlinburg Tennessee USA Visitation: June 27, 2005 Service: June 27, 2005 Cemetery: Zion Grove Cemetery Billy Richard Huskey, age 62 of Gatlinburg, died Saturday, June 25, 2005 at the University of Tennessee Medical Center after a long illness. He was employed by the City of Gatlinburg for 31 years before retiring in 1999. He was preceded in death by his father, William Hugh Huskey, brother, Jimmy Huskey, and grandson, Alan McReynolds. Survivors: Loving Wife: Lois King Huskey Children: Barry Huskey, Bart Huskey, Kimberly and Chip Ayres, and Karen and David McReynolds Grandchildren: Christopher Huskey, Ashley and Austin Ayres, Leslee McReynolds Great Grandson: Tanner McReynolds In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Bill?s memory to the National Diabetes Association. Funeral service 7 PM Monday in the West Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home with Rev. Bill Merritt and Rev.Larry Burcham officiating. Interment 1 PM Tuesday in Zion Grove Cemetery. The family will receive friends 5-7 PM Monday at Atchley Funeral Home, Sevierville. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Huskey, Billy Richard (I32515)
 
191 BIRTH: twin to Mae. After a divorce, Ada Webb Maddron went to live with her sister Mae in Baltimore, Maryland. She is buried there. Webb, Ada (I7079)
 
192 BLANC RICHARD ALVIN BLANC, age 85. Beloved husband of Mary M. (nee McAlpine) Blanc; loving father of Annette (Jim) Berzinskas, Betty (Chad) Ruben and Dr. Kathleen (Karl Opatrny) Blanc; loving grandfather of Alyssa, Juliana, Annie and Kyle; son of George and Bertha (nee Yowler) Blanc (both deceased); brother of George Blanc and Gloria Lallo (both deceased). FUNERAL SERVICES 7:30 P.M. TUESDAY, SEPT. 11, 2012 AT ORLANDO-DONSANTE FUNERAL HOME, 29550 EUCLID AVE., WICKLIFFE, WHERE FAMILY WILL RECEIVE FRIENDS 2-4 P.M. AND 6 P.M. UNTIL TIME OF SERVICE. Burial 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2012 at Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery in Rittman, OH. In lieu of flowers, family requests donations, in his memory, to U.S.O. 200637 Emerald Pkwy., Cleveland, 44135.
 
Blanc, Richard Alvin (I23871)
 
193 Bob O. King, age 77 of Gatlinburg, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Wednesday, September 5, 2012 while at the home of his son Keith. Mr. King served as a City Commissioner of Gatlinburg for 10 years and was owner of McCutchan?s Candies in Gatlinburg for many years. Bob was preceded in death by his parents, Victor and Lula King; brother, A.J. King; sister, Thelma, Lee, Faye, Rhonda, Blanch and Mae. Survivors include his Wife of 56 years, Loretta Whaley King; Sons, Byron Keith King and wife Maria, Eric J. King and wife Shannon, B. Clark King and wife Kay; Grandchildren, Hannah, Will, Kayla, Quinton and Carson; Brothers and sisters-in-law, Bud King, Melvin King and wife Daisy, Glenn King and wife Sherry, Loraine King; Many nieces and nephews including special nephew Stephen King; and nieces, Phylis Gorman and husband LB, Deborah Beck and husband Charles; In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Special Needs Wing of Sevier County Health Care Center. The family will receive friends 5-7 PM Wednesday with funeral service to follow at 7 PM in the Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home. Interment will be in Smoky Mountain Memory Gardens. Arrangements by Atchley Funeral Home, Sevierville. (www.atcheyfuneralhome.com) King, Bob O. (I57677)
 
194 Bob R. King September 03, 1939 - January 27, 2008 Birthplace: Sevier County, Tennessee Resided In: Sevierville, Tennessee Visitation: January 29, 2008 Service: January 30, 2008 Cemetery: Whaley Cemetery Bob R. King, a good man, went to be with his Lord on Sunday, January 27, 2008. He was 68 years old. He grew up in King Hollow and graduated from Pittman Center High School. He was preceded in death by his father and mother, Raymond and Bessie Mae King and brothers, Homer and Tommy L. King. He was a barber in Pigeon Forge for many years. He ultimately retired from the Sevier County School System. He worked in maintenance and transportation. He loved to talk, especially about his favorite pastimes: family, fishing, and racing. He was a NASCAR fan, and Dale Earnhardt was his personal favorite. He was a member of Jones Chapel Baptist Church. He was a member of the Smoky Mountain Masonic Lodge # 197 and also the Kerbela Temple and the Scottish Rite. He leaves behind: His wife, Judy Reagan King; His daughters, Beverly and her husband Tom Smith, and Christy King; His grandchildren, Reed, Cole, Kennedy and Max Smith; His sister and brothers, Stella Caughron and her husband Harold, Ben R. King and his wife Carolyn, Johnny D. King and his wife Karen. Other survivors include: His mother-in-law, Juanita Reagan; Brother and sister-in law Eddie and Kathy Reagan; Nieces and nephews, Barbara Tinker, Belinda Tinker, Beth Penland, Ashley Reagan, John-David King and Thomas-Paul King; His adopted family the Rex Ogle Family; And his little dog, ABBY . He leaves behind many, many good friends. Memorials may be made to Covenant Home Care Hospice Fund, 1901 West Clinch Avenue, Knoxville, Tenn. 37916. His pall bearers will be John-David King, Thomas-Paul King, Micheal King, Rob Tinker, Mike Tinker and Matt Penland. Honorary Pall Bearers will be Marvin Harmon, Woody Allen, Austin Greene, Ronnie Jenkins, Ed Reagan, Eddie Smith, Garry Kimble, Benny Ogle, Rex Henry Ogle, Doran Huskey, Eddie Clabo, Mike Chambers and the Chambers Market Breakfast Crew. Funeral service 12 PM Wednesday in the West Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home with Reverend Dan King and Reverend Melvin Carr officiating. Following the service, he will be laid to rest in the Whaley Cemetery off Jones Cove Road. The family will receive friends 5-8 PM Tuesday at Atchley Funeral Home in Sevierville. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) King, Bob R. (I16067)
 
195 Bobby Glenn Huskey October 18, 1946 - December 27, 2005 Birthplace: Sevier County, Tennessee Resided In: Cosby, Tennessee Visitation: January 03, 2006 Service: January 03, 2006 Cemetery: Tennessee Veterans Cemetery Bobby "Huck" Huskey, age 59 of Cosby died suddenly Tuesday December 27, 2005. He was a veteran of the Vietnam War. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Billy and Alice Huskey, and Rev. Isaac and Martha Whaley Ogle, father, Hugh Huskey, brothers, Jimmy and Billy Huskey. Survivors: Mother: Eda Ogle Huskey, of Sevierville Sister-in-law: Lois Huskey, of Gatlinburg Girlfriend: Deloris Grooms, of Cosby Family and friends will meet 1:30 PM Tuesday at Tennessee Veterans Cemetery on Lions View Pike, Knoxville for graveside service and interment. Friends may call from 8:30 AM to 11 AM Tuesday at Atchley Funeral Home, Sevierville. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Huskey, Bobby Glenn (I32512)
 
196 BOKROS - Elizabeth BOKROS - Elizabeth Ethel, 86, Johnstown, died Jan. 11, 2006. Born Aug. 6, 1919, daughter of Andrew and Ethel Bokros. Preceded in death by parents; brothers, Stephen and Andrew Bokros; and sisters, Martha Gates and Helen Zemba. Elizabeth was the last surviving member of her immediate family. Survived by many nieces and nephews. Member of St. Mary's Byzantine Catholic Church. Retired employee of the Social Security Administration in Baltimore. Friends will be received from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday at Moskal Funeral Home, West End, where Msgr. Raymond Balta will hold Parastas at 7 p.m. Friday. Due to renovations at St. Mary's, a funeral service will held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the funeral home. Committal, Grandview Cemetery. Bokros, Elizabeth Ethel (I43872)
 
197 Born Alvis Edgar Owens (professionally known as Buck Owens), on August 12, 1929, in Sherman, Texas, he was raised in Arizona. Owens dropped out of school in the eighth grade, at which time he began working odd jobs. Driven by the influences of local country music, he taught himself to play both the acoustic and steel guitar. In 1945, he teamed with fellow guitarist Theryl Ray Britten; the duo performed regularly on local radio stations. During the late 1940s, Owens performed at Phoenix-area honky-tonks with the group Mac's Skillet Lickers. In 1951, Owens moved to Bakersfield, California. In 1957, Owens signed a contract with Capitol Records, however, his recordings failed to find an audience. The following year, he moved to the Washington suburb of Puyallup, where he worked as a disc jockey and hosted his own live television show on KTNT in Tacoma. While living in Washington, Owens recorded the single "Second Fiddle," which climbed to No. 24 on the Billboard charts. After returning to Bakersfield, Owens released the debut album Buck Owens (1961), which featured the hit single "Foolin' Around." The following year, he assembled his own band, The Buckaroos, which included a drummer, bassist (Merle Haggard), and a pedal steel guitarist. In 1969, he was introduced to television audiences when he was one of the hosts of the variety show Hee Haw. Owens, Alvis Edgar ("Buck") Jr. (I9969)
 
198 Born at home place; delivered by Dr. Thomas. Obituary published in the Knoxville News on January 19, 2009: TOWNSEND, JANICE KING - 82, passed peacefully into the loving embrace of our Heavenly Father while at her home on January 17, 2009. She was born on August 23, 1926, in Sevierville, TN, the oldest daughter of Brad and Blanche King. Janice was a loving mother, proud mamaw, and caring sister who loved life, laughter, and especially her family. A devoted Christian, she appreciated her many special friends as a member of Meridian Baptist Church. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her dear husband of 44 years, John Dale Townsend; brothers, Arthur, J. P., Billy, and James King; and sister, Charlotte Breeden. Survived by her only child, daughter, Becky Elmore and husband Michael; granddaughters, Tiffani Sands and husband, Wes, Heather Elmore, and Stephanie Elmore; sisters, Eva Seagle and husband Clarence, Eugenia Watson and husband James, Rue Proffitt and husband Jim; sisters-in-laws, Margie King, Maudelle Townsend, and Kay Townsend; cherished friends, the families of Betty and Benny Elmore, Brenda Geren, and Susan and Charles Hannah; and many special nieces, nephews, and neighbors. The family would like to express their sincere appreciation to Donna and the staff of Amedisys Hospice for their compassionate and loving care. In lieu of flowers, please make contributions to the Meridian Baptist Church. Funeral services will be 7:00 P.M. Tuesday January 20, 2009 at Rose Mortuary Broadway Chapel with Pastor Dana L. Fachman officiating. Family and friends will meet at the Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery at 9:15 A.M. Wednesday January 21, 2009 for graveside services at 9:30 A.M. where Janice will be laid to rest with her military veteran husband. The family will receive friends 5-7:00 P.M. Tuesday January 20, 2009 at Rose Mortuary Broadway Chapel. King, Janice Imogene (I3165)
 
199 Boso II was Count of Avignon and Arles. Boso, II (I5899)
 
200 Brenda Carol Parton Huskey August 15, 1950 - March 10, 2007 Birthplace: Sevierville, Tennessee Resided In: Cosby Tennessee USA Visitation: March 12, 2007 Service: March 12, 2007 Cemetery: Cartertown Cemetery Brenda Carol Parton Huskey, age 56, of Cosby, formerly of Gatlinburg, passed away Saturday, March 10, 2007 at her home after a battle with cancer. She was a member of Cartertown Baptist Church and employed by the Cocke County School System as a special education teacher at Del Rio Elementary. She was preceded in death by her first husband Allen Parton, parents, Carl L. and Mae Ogle Huskey, brother and sister-in-law, Earl and Dorothy Huskey, brother, Bill Huskey, sister-in-law, Faye Huskey, nephew, Jerry Huskey, and grandson, Aaron Drake Huskey Survivors: Husband: Ed Huskey Sons and daughters-in-law: Scott and Misty Parton, Ryan and Stacey Wyrick Parton, and Jason Parton Daughters and sons-in-law: Sherry and Paul Henjum, Stacey and Charlie Kelly, and Shelly Smelcer Grandchildren: Jonathan and Jacob Parton, Tyler and Jasmine Parton, Cody, Lily, and Carly Henjum, Teddy and Brittany Smelcer, Jared and Elizabeth Hodge and Cassie Kelly Brothers and sisters-in-law: Charles Ray and Sherry Robertson Huskey and Margie Huskey Several nieces and nephews Special friends: Dave and Carolyn Blair, Betsy Edmond, Myrtle Leech, and Jan Dillenger Funeral service 7 PM Monday in the West Chapel of Atchley Funeral Home. Interment 11 AM Tuesday at Cartertown Cemetery. The family will receive friends 5-7 PM Monday at Atchley Funeral Home, Sevierville. (www.atchleyfuneralhome.com) Huskey, Brenda Carol (I48942)
 

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