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From: "Bobbie Ivey-Lewallen" <>
Subject: [CRR] Obits from The News-Journal 11/21/01
Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2001 01:26:53 -0500


Nannie Patrick Ellis was born May 6, 1909 in Whitley County. She departed
this life on November 17, 2001 at the age of 92 years, 6 months and 11 days
at her home in Williamsburg.
She was a member of the New Mt. Zion Baptist Church, always a hard worker
who loved and helped her neighbors.
Survivors include her children - two sons, James Ellis and wife, Peggy of
Chesterfield, Michigan and Dr. George Ellis and wife, Joyce of Old Fort,
North Carolina; two daughters, Flora Prewitt and husband, George of
Williamsburg and Bessie Siler and husband, Wilbert of Rockholds; 12
grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren;
as well as several nieces, nephews, many relatives and friends.
She will be missed by all.
She was preceded in death by her husband of 58 years, Rev. Green Ellis;
her parents, George and Susan Patrick; and all of her brothers and sisters.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, November 20 at the Ellison Funeral
Home Chapel with Rev. Vernon Jones and Rev. Doyle Lester officiating. Burial
was in the New Mt. Zion Cemetery.

Hubert "Lugnut" Paul "Carroll", 35, Savoy Clear Creek Road, Williamsburg,
passed away Saturday, November 17, 2001 as the result of an automobile
accident.
Survivors include his mother, Joie Carroll of Williamsburg; son, Justin
Paul of Williamsburg; daughter, Jessica Raylyn Paul of Williamsburg; sister,
Brenda Partin of Williamsburg; four brothers, Timothy Joe Paul Carroll of
Williamsburg, James E. Paul Carroll of Williamsburg, Terry A. Paul of
Conover, North Carolina, and Rickey C. Paul of Williamsburg; as well as a
host of nieces and nephews. He is also survived by a very special friend,
Renia Hubbard and children.
He was preceded in death by his grandpa and grandma, Whitney and Green
Rains, and a very special uncle, Vernon Rains.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, November 20 at the Ellison Funeral
Home Chapel with Rev. David Caddell officiating. Burial was in the Highland
Cemetery.

Barbara Jones Day, 60, Plaquemine, Louisiana, formerly of Williamsburg,
passed away Friday, November 16, 2001 at the Our Lady of Lake Hospital,
Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
She was a member of the Main Street Baptist Church.
Survivors include two daughters, Bonita Myra Day of New Orleans,
Louisiana and Ann Day Geron of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; one son, Denzil
Harold Miracle of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; eight grandchildren; her mother,
Lillian S. Jones of Williamsburg; one sister, Sue Jones King of
Williamsburg; two brothers, Bill Jones and wife, Nancy of Williamsburg and
Barney Jones and wife, Shelia of Middletown, Ohio; as well as a host of
other relatives and friends to mourn her passing.
She was preceded in death by her father, Dorrel Jones.
Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m., Friday, November 23 at the
Croley Funeral Home Chapel where Rev. Doyle Lester, Rev. Janus Jones and Dr.
Jerry Lowrie will officiate.
Burial will follow in the Croley Addition of the Highland Park Cemetery.
Visitation will be after 5:00 p.m. on Thursday at the funeral home.

Lewis Darrell Mink, 61, Cumberland, formerly of the Meadow Creek Community,
passed away Sunday, November 18, 2001 at the Harlan Appalachian Hospital.
He was a member of the Benham United Methodist Church and a member of the
Benham Lodge #880 F.&A.M.
Survivors include one son, Todd Mink and wife, Misty of Morristown,
Tennessee; his mother, Della Terrell Mink of Williamsburg; one brother,
Dallas Mink of Williamsburg; one sister, Joy Johnson of Cincinnati, Ohio; as
well as a host of other relatives and friends to mourn his passing.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Patsy Rains Mink and his father,
Roscoe Mink.
Funeral services were held Wednesday, November 21 at the Tri-City Funeral
Home in Benham with Rev. Billy Johnson, Rev. David Crow and Hugh Webb
officiating. Burial was in the Carr Cemetery at Yaden.
Croley Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Manuel B. Arnett, born November 22, 1916 in Magoffin County, the son of
the late Jolly Arnett and Molly Patton Arnett passed away Wednesday,
November 14, 2001 at his home in Williamsburg.
He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Williamsburg, where he
served as Deacon, Superintendent of Sunday School and President of the Men's
Bible Class, he also served on two pulpit selection committees.
Mr. Arnett was a member of the Rotary Club, Epsilon Sigma Phi, honorary
Kentucky Extension Employee's fraternity and a Mason.
Mr. Arnett is survived by his wife of sixty-one years, Mary Ruth
Stanfield Arnett, who served as Cataloging Librarian at Cumberland College;
two children, Barry (Virginia Sharpe) Arnett of Rockholds and Vickie (Bill)
Hollen of Williamsburg; six grandchildren, Manuel Brian Arnett of Lexington,
Kelly Lynn Arnett of Cambridge, Massachusetts, Dr. Heather Arnett of
Cleveland, Ohio, Laura Lee Moses of Lexington, Joann Hollen of Louisville,
and Steven Moses of Williamsburg; two great-grandchildren, Eva Luckey and
Virginia Grace Arnett, both of Lexington; one brother, Harold Arnett of
Salyersville; three sisters-in-law, Maxine Arnett, Jean Arnett and Kay
Arnett, all of Salyersville; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were held Sunday, November 18 at the First Baptist
Church of Williamsburg with Dr. Harold Mauney and Rev. Robert Dunston
officiating. Burial followed in the Highland Cemetery with the Williamsburg
Lodge #490 F.&A.M. conferring graveside rites. Mr. Arnett was taken to the
Highland Cemetery by the Croley Funeral Home horse-drawn carriage.
Pallbearers were Andy Schwartz, Brian Arnett, Steven Moses, Eric
Dimitrov, David Watkins, Larry Arnett, Gary Arnett and David Moses.
Honorary pallbearers were Joe Stanford, Wallace Halcomb, Grant Hamblin,
Frank Woolum, Ed Croley, Henry Pope, Ernest Triplett, Corky Jefferies,
Deacons and the Men's Bible Class of First Baptist Church and Wilderness
Trail Area Extension Agents.
Croley Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Georgia Mae Hambrick, 77, Williamsburg, passed away Saturday, November
17, 2001 at her home.
She was a veteran of the U.S. Navy serving in World War II, ex-Vice
Commander of D.A.V. Chapter 90 in Williamsburg, and past Director of the
Williamsburg Friendship Center.
Survivors include one daughter, Sharron Lee Carroll and husband, William
of Batavia, Ohio; three sons, Morris Otto and wife, Carolyn of Irondale,
Alabama, William "Bill" Hambrick and wife, Karen of Rockholds, and Walter C.
Hambrick and wife, Ann of Oakley, Ohio; eight grandchildren, Michele Bowers,
Jamie Wallace, Cami Maddox, Misty Barnes, Sean Otto, Anthony W. Hambrick,
Billie Joe Neighbors and Robert Hambrick; six great-grandchildren; one
sister, Myrtle Davis of Williamsburg; one brother, Norman R. Adkins of
Williamsburg; also several nieces, nephews and a host of other relatives and
friends to mourn her passing.
She was preceded in death by a daughter, Leta Amber Ashworth Rayburn.
Funeral services were held on Wednesday, November 21 at the Croley
Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was in the Jellico Creek Cemetery. Military
graveside services were provided by the Whitley County Jr. R.O.T.C.
Pallbearers were Morris Otto, William "Bill" Hambrick, Walter C.
Hambrick, William Bill Carroll, Anthony Hambrick, Robert Hambrick and
Anthony Bower.

Mary Etta Collins, 95, Fairview, passed away Monday, November 12, 2001 at
her home.
Funeral services were held November 15 at the Harp Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev. Denny Wayne Davis officiating. Burial was in the Lot Cemetery by
Harp Funeral Home.

Don Wells, 66, Keavy, passed away Wednesday, November 14, 2001 at the
University of Tennessee Hospital in Knoxville.
Funeral services were held November 17 at the Hart Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev. Delmon Sizemore officiating. Burial was in the Locust Grove
Cemetery by Hart Funeral Home.

Barbara Ann Carr, 58, Taylor, Michigan, passed away Thursday, November
15, 2001 at the Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. She is survived by
her husband, Roy Carr of Taylor, Michigan.
Graveside service and burial were held November 19 at the Highland Park
Cemetery, Davis Addition by the Ellison Funeral Home.

Pansy Beulah Worley, 87, Corbin, passed away Saturday, November 17, 2001
at the Baptist Regional Medical Center.
Funeral services were held November 21 at the Hart Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev. Carl Reeves and Rev. Earl Tye officiating. Burial was in the
Trosper Cemetery by Hart Funeral Home.

Dr. Frederick McHargue, 81, formerly of Corbin, passed away Sunday,
November 18, 2001 at the Samaritan Hospital in Lexington.
Graveside services and burial were conducted November 20 at the Worley
Cemetery with Rev. Bobby Joe Eaton officiating. Hart Funeral Home in charge
of arrangements.

Nell Mahan Sandusky, 89, formerly of Whitley County, passed away
Thursday, November 8, 2001 at her home in Frankfort. She is the mother of
Sandra Sandusky.
Funeral services were held November 12 at the Rogers Funeral Home,
Frankfort. Obituary information courtesy of Croley Funeral Home.

Marcella Slone, of Prestonsburg, passed away Monday, November 19, 2001 at
the Prestonsburg Hospital. She was the sister of Mrs. Louie (Della) Martin
of Corbin.
Funeral services were held November 21 at the Community United Methodist
Church at Martin with burial at Whitt-Martin Cemetery in Knott County.
Obituary information courtesy of O'Neil Funeral Home.


Brenda Kay Prewitt Taylor, 41, Corbin, passed away Friday, November 16,
2001 at the Baptist Regional Medical Center. She is survived by her husband,
Noah Lincoln Taylor of Corbin.
Funeral services were held November 19 at the Hart Funeral Home Chapel
with Rev. Dorsey King and Rev. Freddy Harris officiating. Burial was in the
McHargue Cemetery by Hart Funeral Home.

Cleda Hazel Grant, 89, Rockholds, passed away Sunday, November 18, 2001
at her residence.
All services were private by request of the family. Vankirk-Grisell
Funeral Home is serving the family.



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