from The News-Journal, Campbellsville, Taylor County, Kentucky
July 8, 1920
Mrs. J. T. Vaughn Passes Away
Mrs. Fannie Vaughn, the beloved wife of J. T. “Snap” Vaughn of Lebanon, formerly of this city, died last Saturday due to cerebral hemorrhage, followed by an illness of a few years. Her many friends here regret to hear this news, and extend sympathy to her husband and other relatives and friends. The funeral services were conducted at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Howell at Greensburg, and the interment at the family burying ground at that place. Besides her husband and parents she is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Roe Neal and Miss Bettie Howell, both of Campbellsville.
Dies At infirmary At Louisville
Mrs. Sarah E. Smith, age 62, died last Sunday at the infirmary at Louisville, of pneumonia. The deceased was an ardent member of the Methodist Church, and loved by everybody who knew her. Her remains were brought here Monday and the funeral was held Monday afternoon at the Elkhorn Church, by Rev. Napier, and the interment at the family burying ground at Acton. The deceased is survived by four sons and one daughter, to whom we extend our sincere sympathy.
Logan S. Barnett, January 18, 1870 – November 16, 1920. Lou Mitchel Barnett, March 24, 1876 – June 2, 1919. Brookside Cemetery, Campbellsville, Taylor County, Kentucky.
November 18, 1920
Dies of Heart Trouble Last Monday
Mr. Logan Barnett, of near Saloma, on last Monday morning, while gathering corn in the field, dropped dead of heart trouble. At first it was rumored that he fell from the wagon and broke his neck, but his report was false. Mr. Barnett was a splendid citizen, and a devout member of the Methodist Church. He was 45 years of age, and is survived by five children. The funeral services were conducted this afternoon at 2 o’clock at the Methodist Church of this city, and interment in the Brookside Cemetery. To the bereaved children, relatives and friends, we extend our sincere sympathy.
November 11, 1920
Dies of Paralysis
Mr. Charles W. Brockman, age 58, died last Monday morning at eight o’clock of paralysis. Mr. Brockman resides in the Mt. Zion neighborhood, and was a gentleman much admired by his many friends. He was an ardent member of the Baptist Church, and at all times attended services when possible. The deceased is survived by wife and three children. The funeral service was conducted yesterday afternoon at the Mt. Zion Church, by Rev. J. R. Marrs, and the interment in that cemetery. to the surviving wife, children and relatives we extend our deep sympathy.