Kentucky Genealogy and History

Boyd County Kentucky

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Alice Lou Davidson
Little Alice Lou Davidson, the two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Davidson of Milton, W. Va., died at 9 o’clock last night of pneumonia. The body will be sent to Catlettsburg today for burial. [Lexington Herald (11 May 1910) transcribed by FoFG MZ ]

Herman Donta
(survived by Henry Donta (son)
Birth date is March 10, 1924
Parents are William and Essie ( Sparks) Boyd County, Ashland Ky.
Died October 1, 1972 (acute cardiac dilatation)
Buried at Rosehill Cemetary Ashland Ky October 4, 1972
Married July 18, 1964 to Flora M Guy.
Transcribed from the actual records by Henry Donta

Thos. Hackworth
Death of a Revolutionary Soldier.
Thos. Hackworth, a soldier in the revolution, who was present with Gen'l Washington at the surrender of Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown, died at his residence, near Ashland, Ky., on Nov. 29th, aged 99 years. [The Glasgow Weekly Times, Thursday, December 24, 1857; Submitted by Kathy McDaniel]

Mrs. Henry Hall
POLICE HUNT FOR WOMAN'S MURDERER
Catlettsburg, Ky., Aug. 15 - The police of Catlettsburg and Huntington, W. Va., Monday were searching both banks of the Ohio river between the two cities in an effort to find the sport where Mrs. Henry Hall was murdered. Her body was found near Catlettsburg, in the Ohio river, a few days ago, and because a long rope was tied about it, murder was suspected. Elbert Artis, who was found with money Mrs. Hall is known to have had before her death, is under arrest, but after grilling by the police, makes no admission in connection with the case. He claims that Mrs. Hall gave him the money. The police charge that Mrs. Hall was strangled to death and her body thrown into the river. [August 15, 1910 The Newark Advocate, Newark Ohio; Submitted by Shauna Williams]

Frank Lamaster
Accidentally Kills His Brother
Ashland, Ky., Nov. 26 – A party of hunters started out Thursday from this place. When about two miles out of town Frank Lamaster was shot in the head by the accidental discharge of a gun in the hands of his brother, John. He died immediately. (The Evening Times – Washington, D. C. – November 26, 1898 – Transcribed as written by D. Donlon)

Charles Lasserman
ASHLAND, Ky., April 9. – Charles Lasserman, a well-to-do farmer, aged sixty years, was drowned in back water near the city. He is supposed to have driven over an embankment. [Lexington Herald (10 Apr. 1901) transcribed by FoFG MZ]

Willard F. Millhouse Jr.
1936-2010
Willard F. Millhouse Jr., of Raceland, Ky., went to be with the Lord on Monday, March 8, 2010, in Community Hospice Care Center in Ashland, Ky. Mr. Millhouse was born April 30, 1936, in Ironton, Ohio. He was one of 12 children born to the late Willard Millhouse Sr. and Edith Gilmore Millhouse. He was also preceded in death by his first wife of 45 years, Mary Ellen Millhouse; his daughter, Connie R. Dodd; his son, Tim W. Millhouse; and his siblings, Henry, Roberta, Thelma, Charles, Harley, Philip and Robert. He was a retired supervisor for Delta Faucet Co. in Oklahoma and a U.S. veteran. Mr. Millhouse was a loving man and would always help friend, family or a complete stranger. Surviving are his loving wife, Eva Smith Millhouse; his son and loving daughter-in-law, Lee W. Millhouse and Cynthia A. Millhouse; his stepsons, Joe and Jim Coyle and Arthur and Shady Millhouse; and his stepdaughters, Sharon Anderson, Judy Barton, Nancy Millhouse and Charlotte Novack. He is survived by four granddaughters, multiple step grandchildren and great-grandchildren and loving nieces and nephews. Also surviving are his siblings, Dorothy, Carl, Clyde and his wife, Debbie, and Don and his wife Bonnie, who was his "Best Buddy," and a sister-in-law, Nancy. The family is requesting donations be made to the American Cancer Society in the name of Willard F. Millhouse Jr. as Mr. Millhouse, his late wife and many of his friends and family have been affected by the disease. The family of Lee Millhouse would also like to thank Community Hospice Care Center and Our Lady of Bellefonte Hospital for their wonderful care and kind hearts. [Daily Independent, Ashland, Kentucky Friday, March 12, 2010; Sub by Gene Phillips]

Charles Prichard
Died At Ashland
Mr. Charles Prichard, a well known insurance man of Ashland, Ky., died at his home Sunday night. Mr. Pritchard had often visited Mt. Sterling and was known by many people, who will learn of his death with regret. [Mt. Sterling Advocate (Mt. Sterling, KY) – Wednesday, April 24, 1912Submitted by Jim Dezotell]

Mary S. Stiles
Died, In Vallejo, California, Nov. 20th, 1874, Mary S., wife of Harry N. Stiles and daughter of J. T. Van Bibber, aged 20 years, 8 months and 5 days, a native of Ashland, Kentucky. [Willamette Farmer, (Salem, Or.). December 11, 1874; Submitted by FoFG KT]

George Tresch
Ashland - George Tresch, 68, 416 Cardinal Road, who had been Ashland Petroleum Co. human relations director, husband of Julienne, Kuebler, Tresch, died Saturday. Memorial service 10 a.m. Wednesday, Holy Family Catholic Church. Arrangements, Steen Funeral Home - Ashland Chapel. [Lexington Herald-Leader (KY); Aug. 13, 1996; Sub. by: Kathyrn Todd]

 

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