Mrs. Lucinda Ecton Obituary

IMG_1704Lucinda Ecton, November 2, 1818 – December 15, 1910, Winchester Cemetery, Clark County, Kentucky

from The Winchester News, Clark County, Kentucky

Thursday, December 15, 1910

Quietly Passes Away at the home of Her Daughter of Complications Due to Advanced Age

Mrs. Lucinda Ecton, one of Clark County’s oldest citizens, passed away Thursday morning at 3 o’clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George W. Strother, on Boone Avenue, of complications incident to old age.

Mrs. Ecton was in her ninety-third year. She was the widow of Mr. Burgess Ecton, a prominent farmer and citizen of Clark. She was born in Clark County and has lived here all during her life.

She is survived by three children: Mrs. George W. Strother, Mrs. Matt Scott and Senator C. B. Ecton, and a stepson, Mr. James T. Ecton.

The funeral services will be conducted at the residence of Mr. G. W. Strother Friday morning at 10:30 o’clock by Rev. Richard French and Rev. J. H. MacNeill. Burial in the Winchester Cemetery. The following will act as pallbearers: H. T. Strother, Roy Scott, Joe Ecton, C. B. Strother, T. Strother Scott and C. B. Ecton, Jr.

IMG_1703Burgess Ecton, September 12, 1806 – October 20, 1889, Winchester Cemetery, Clark County, Kentucky

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