A Trip Through Flemingsburg Cemetery – Fleming County

Matthew D. Maddox, February 11, 1856 – July 28, 1946. Catherine H., his wife, December 25, 1855 – March 23, 1933.

The Lexington Herald, Fayette County, Kentucky

Sunday, July 28, 1946

Matthew Dawson Maddox, 90, retired farmer and life-long resident of Fleming County, died at midnight Friday at the home of a granddaughter, Miss Lela Milton, 160 North Broadway, Lexington, after a brief illness.  He was a son of the late William and Amanda Maddox of Poplar Plains, Fleming County, and was a member of the Christian Church there.

Survivors include two brothers, Nelson Maddox of Chesterfield, Ind., and Emery Maddox of Dayton, Ohio; two sisters, Mrs. Martha Scott and Mrs. Albert Jones, both of Anderson, Ind.; a grandson, Byron Hunt of Mt. Olivet, and three granddaughters, Mrs. Albert Helphenstein and Mrs. James Baird, both of Flemingsburg, and Miss Milton of Lexington.

Funeral services will be held at the Wright Funeral Home here at 2:30 Sunday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. T. H. Alderson, and interment will follow in the Flemingsburg Cemetery.

J. P. Todd, 1862-1944. Lula B. Todd, 1872-1929.

James Pad Todd, January 15, 1862 – July 9, 1944, son of Joseph Todd and Sarah Jane Harman, from death certificate.

The Lexington Herald, Fayette County, Kentucky

Monday, July 10, 1944

James P. Todd, 82, died at 6 a.m. Sunday at his home in Hillsboro in Fleming County.

He is survived by a son, Curtis Lee Todd; two daughters, Mrs. J. C. Bettis and Mrs. Eugene Rawlings, all of Fleming County; four brothers, William Todd and Robert Lee Todd, Marion, Ind.; Scott Todd, Cincinnati, and Tilden Todd, Fleming County, three sisters, Mrs. Sallie Story, Mrs. Rebecca Story, and Mrs. Lide Davis, all of Fleming County.  The body was removed to the Wright Funeral Home in Flemingsburg.

The Lexington Herald, Fayette County, Kentucky

Friday, December 13, 1929

Mrs. Lula Ledford Todd, 56 years old, of Hillsboro, Kentucky, died yesterday afternoon at 4 o’clock at the St. Joseph’s hospital following a brief illness.  She is survived by her husband, Mr. James P. Todd; one son, Curtis Todd; two daughters, Mrs. J. C. Bettis, of Hillsboro, and Mrs. Eugene Rawlings of Chicago; and one brother, George Leforge, of Poplar Plains, Kentucky.  The body was removed to the funeral home of Anglin and Boden, 565 West Second Street, and will be taken to Hillsboro today.  Funeral services will be conducted at Hillsboro Saturday.

Fletcher Porter, 1846-1933. Dorcas, his wife, 1846-1930.

The Lexington Herald, Fayette County, Kentucky

Thursday, February 2, 1933

Flemingsburg, Ky., Feb 1. – Fletcher Porter, aged 86, died Monday at his home of the Fields highway after a long illness.  He is survived by one brother, John B. Porter, of this city.  Mr. Porter was a retired farmer.  The funeral was conducted Tuesday morning at the residence, the Rev. E. B. Bourland officiating, and burial followed in the Flemingsburg cemetery.

Benjamin James Plummer born August 26, 1825, died August 22, 1900. Martha Ann Muse Plummer, his wife, born January 2, 1821, died January 18, 1902.
In Memory of Ann Hall Ballard, consort of Appleton E. Ballard, born March 10, A.D. 1789. Died June 28th, 1833, of Epidemic Cholera.
In Memory of Appleton E. Ballard who departed this life the 27th of November 1838 in the 67th year of his age.
In Memory of Eleanor Danaldson, who departed this life February 10th, 1837; aged 61 years, 5 months and 15 days.

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