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68. INEZ SHIELDS

INEZ SHIELDS (JOHN RANZA5, THORNTON BAKER4, LEVI3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born March 13, 1907 in Harrison Co., KY, and died September 25, 1995 in Cynthiana, Harrison Co., KY. She married WILLIAM A. CLOUGH. He was born November 19, 1903 in Harrison Co., KY, and died December 19, 1998 in Scott Co., KY (Lived Cynthiana, Harrison Co., KY ).

Notes for WILLIAM A. CLOUGH:
1930 Census - Harrison Co., KY
William A. Clough, 26; Inez M., 21; dau., Anna F., 4 3/12, all b. Harrison Co., KY.

Child of INEZ SHIELDS and WILLIAM CLOUGH is:
i. ANNA F.7 CLOUGH, b. December 09, 1925, Harrison Co., KY; d. October 18, 2000, Cynthiana, Harrison Co., KY.
69. JOE THOMAS SHIELDS

JOE THOMAS SHIELDS (HARRY TAYLOR5, THORNTON BAKER4, LEVI3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born June 25, 1908 in Harrison Co., KY, and died November 04, 1966 in Highland Co., OH. He married RUTH HERRINGTON June 23, 1928 in Bourbon Co., KY. She was born Abt. 1910 in Bourbon Co., KY.

Notes for JOE THOMAS SHIELDS:
Notes from Shirley Shields:
Joe Thomas was born June 25, 1908 in Harrison Co., KY, the only son of Harry Taylor and Laura Dennis Shields. His mother died when he was about 6 years old. When she died, his father left all four of the children with various relatives and never came back except for an occasional visit, which was very rare. Joe lived with his uncle, Ranza Shields and with his grandmother, Lucy Dennis.

1920 Census - Hutchinson, Bourbon Co., KY
Joseph lived with Uncle Ranza Shields, along with T. B. Shields, father of Ranza.

Joe married Ruth Herrington, June 23, 1928 in Bourbon Co., KY. They had five children - Lillian Maxine and Harry J. were born in Harrison Co., KY; Joseph Donald, Charles Marvin and Janice Kay were born in Highland Co., OH.

Joe worked as a farm laborer and later as a heavy equipment operator for Fayette Limestone and Ohio Asphaltic Limestone in Fayette and Highland Cos in OH.

He died November 4, 1966 in Hillsboro, OH and is buried with his wife at the High Top Cemetery, Samantha, Highland Co., OH.

More About JOE THOMAS SHIELDS:
Burial: High Top Cemetery, Hillsboro, Highland Co., OH

More About RUTH HERRINGTON:
Burial: High Top Cemetery, Hillsboro, Highland Co., OH

Children of JOE SHIELDS and RUTH HERRINGTON are:
i. LILLIAN MAXINE7 SHIELDS, b. May 21, 1929, Harrison Co., KY.
ii. HARRY J. SHIELDS, b. September 20, 1930, Harrison Co., KY; m. SHIRLEY.

Notes for HARRY J. SHIELDS:
Notes from Shirley Shields -
My husband, Harry Shields, moved to Ohio from Harrison Co., KY about 1933. Harry went back to KY to live with his grandparents in 1940 and stayed with them until he graduated from high school. After graduation, he went into the Navy and then came to Highland Co. to live with his parents. So, we have roots in both states. I should add that Harry was born in Harrison Co., KY

iii. JOSEPH DONALD SHIELDS, b. Abt. 1931, Highland Co., OH.
iv. CHARLES MARVIN SHIELDS, b. Abt. 1932, Highland Co., OH.
v. JANICE KAY SHIELDS, b. Abt. 1934, Highland Co., OH.
70. WALLACE JOSEPH SHIELDS

WALLACE JOSEPH SHIELDS (HADI (HARRY)5, JAMES HARRISON4, LEONARD3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born January 26, 1917 in Leeds, MO, and died May 1982 in Independence, Jackson Co., MO. He married HELEN ELIZABETH DORRELL November 06, 1937. She was born January 19, 1922 in Marceline, MO.

Children of WALLACE SHIELDS and HELEN DORRELL are:
108. i. LARRY WALLACE7 SHIELDS, b. November 15, 1938, Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO.
109. ii. JUDITH ANN SHIELDS, b. October 22, 1941.
110. iii. PAMELA SUSAN SHIELDS, b. February 17, 1949.
111. iv. STEVEN RAY SHIELDS, b. August 11, 1952, Independence, Jackson Co., MO.
71. MARY ELIZEBETH WAGNER

MARY ELIZABETH WAGNER (EFFIE JANE5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born October 03, 1920 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died January 14, 2000 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married FRANCIS BLACKWELL, son of ELIZABETH BLACKWELL. He was born February 02, 1917 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died November 15, 1969 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: Death Index at the Filson Club, Death vol. is 56, Cert. #27567, Vol, 69).

Notes for MARY ELIZABETH WAGNER:
Obituary: Courier Journal, Louisville, KY - January l5, 2000
Mary E. Blackwell, 79, died Friday at Norton Southwest Hospital. She was the former Mary Wagner, a former cook at St. Polycarp Catholic School cafeteria and the old Hillside Manor and a member of St. Clement Catholic Church.
Survivors: sons Edward J. and Maurice O. Blackwell; daughters Anita R. Coomes and Nina B. Kuckenbrod; sisters Myrtle Lambert and Mickey Green; 11 grandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Monday, her church, 5431 Johnsontown Road.
Burial: Cave Hill. Visitations: W. G. Hardy Valley, 10907 Dixie Highway, ll a.m. 9 p.m. Sunday.

More About MARY ELIZABETH WAGNER:
Burial: January 17, 2000, Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY

Notes for FRANCIS BLACKWELL:
Francis worked at a grocery store in Louisville, KY and on November 15, 1969, Francis was shot and killed during a robbery at that grocery store.

More About FRANCIS BLACKWELL:
Burial: Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY

Children of MARY WAGNER and FRANCIS BLACKWELL are:
112. i. WILLIAM L.7 BLACKWELL, b. June 28, 1938, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY; d. November 16, 1978, VA. Hospital, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
113. ii. ANITA RUTH BLACKWELL, b. July 19, 1940, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
iii. EDWARD JAMES "BUDDY" BLACKWELL, b. October 25, 1946, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY; m. TYRONA; b. Abt. 1946.
114. iv. MAURICE OSCAR BLACKWELL, b. February 08, 1950, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
115. v. NINA ELIZABETH BLACKWELL, b. March 06, 1951, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
72. MYRTLE CATHERINE WAGNER

MYRTLE CATHERINE WAGNER (EFFIE JANE5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born January 14, 1926 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married (1) JOE VASQUEZ Abt. 1952. He was born Abt. 1926. She married (2) ROBERT WILLIAM LAMBERT Abt. 1954. He was born June 27, 1927 in Denver, CO, and died April 08, 1984 in Long Beach, CA.

More About ROBERT WILLIAM LAMBERT:
Burial: Englewood Cemetery, Englewood, CA

Marriage Notes for MYRTLE WAGNER and ROBERT LAMBERT:
She was married to a Mexican. She used to take him to mom's house. I don't think they ever divorced. She would come back to Kentucky, he would send her money to get back to California but she would take the money and spend it.

Another man was on the bus, laying on a pillow, grabbed the pillow out from under his head. She went home with him. And that is who she had her children by.

Children of MYRTLE WAGNER and ROBERT LAMBERT are:
116. i. ROBERT WILLIAM7 LAMBERT, b. July 22, 1955, Bremerton, WA.
ii. NORMAN EUGENE LAMBERT, b. July 17, 1956, Fresno, California - lives in Las Vegas, Nevada.
117. iii. EDWARD GEORGE LAMBERT, b. October 16, 1967, Gardenia, CA.
73. MILDRED LEONA WAGNER

MILDRED LEONA WAGNER (EFFIE JANE5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born December 27, 1929 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married (1) ERNEST TERRY Abt. 1946, son of TERRY and ABBY CLARK. He was born May 03, 1920 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died September 21, 1996 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married (2) LEE ALLEN GREEN Abt. 1960, son of MARGARET COMSTOCK. He was born December 07, 1917 in Springfield, Greenup Co., KY, and died May 17, 2000 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Notes for MILDRED LEONA WAGNER:
Mildred was called "Mickey" all of her life. She and Lee had no children.

Notes for ERNEST TERRY:
He divorded Mildred so he could marry her Aunt Esther.

More About ERNEST TERRY:
Burial: September 23, 1996, Lebanon National Cemetery, Russellville, Marion Co., KY

Notes for LEE ALLEN GREEN:
Obituary - Courier-Journal, Louisville, KY - May 17, 2000
Lee Allen Green, 83, died Monday at Veterans Affairs Medical Center. He was a native of Springfield, a former employee of Liggett & Plant, a cook for Inland Tug, an Army veteran of World War II and a member of Wesley Community House and Franklin Street Baptist Church.
Survivors: his wife, the former Mildred Wagner; a sister, Sue Ellen Dussenbury; and a brother, William F. Green.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Friday, Neurath & Underwood, 725 E. Market St.
Burial: Highland Memory Gardens, Mount Washington. Visitation: 2-9 p.m. Thursday.

More About LEE ALLEN GREEN:
Burial: May 21, 2000, Highland Memory Gardens, Mount Washington, Bullitt Co., KY

Child of MILDRED WAGNER and ERNEST TERRY is:
118. i. ERNEST TAYLOR7 TERRY, b. October 03, 1947, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
74. GEORGE ELMER WAGNER

GEORGE ELMER WAGNER (EFFIE JANE5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born November 13, 1932 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died July 03, 1959 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married BETTY SPENCER.

Notes for GEORGE ELMER WAGNER:
In July 1959, George Elmer was messing around with another man's wife and the husband stabbed him 7 times and he died from the stab wounds. The husband was sentenced to only one year in jail.

More About GEORGE ELMER WAGNER:
Burial: Resthaven Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson Co., Ky.

Children of GEORGE WAGNER and BETTY SPENCER are:
i. JOHNNY7 WAGNER, b. June 25, 1956, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
ii. GEORGE L. WAGNER, b. June 23, 1957, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
119. iii. GEORGE ELMER WAGNER, JR., b. September 05, 1958, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
75. MARY LOUISE ALCORN

MARY LOUISE ALCORN (ALBERT BENJAMIN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born February 10, 1928 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married (1) RUDOLPH SNELL 1945. He was born Abt. 1928, and died 1989 in Out of Kentucky. She married (2) ALLEN HENNING Abt. 1952. He was born Abt. 1928.

More About RUDOLPH SNELL:
Burial: Funeral Home, Shepherdsville, Bullitt Co., KY

Children of MARY ALCORN and RUDOLPH SNELL are:
120. i. BARBARA ANN7 SNELL, b. July 17, 1946, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
ii. DOROTHY LOUISE SNELL, b. December 30, 1947, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
iii. JUDITH LEE SNELL, b. June 1949, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
iv. JAMES EDWARD SNELL, b. February 03, 1951.

Children of MARY ALCORN and ALLEN HENNING are:
v. SANDRA GAIL7 HENNING, b. February 07, 1954, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
vi. SHEILA MARIE HENNING, b. August 25, 1955, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY; m. EARLE G. ATHERTON, August 03, 1974, Bullitt County, KY; b. March 30, 1956, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
vii. ARMON ALLEN HENNING, JR., b. October 14, 1957, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
viii. SHERRY SUE HENNING, b. February 1959, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
76. DORTHY MAY ALCORN

DOROTHY MAY ALCORN (ALBERT BENJAMIN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born January 05, 1932 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married (1) HUGH ALEXANDER HILL Abt. 1949. He was born December 16, 1918 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died January 1975 in Miami, Dade County, FL. She married (2) EMMETT LONG DURHAM, SR. February 19, 1962 in Miami, Dade Co., FLL, son of THOMAS DURHAM and PATTIE DUNN. He was born July 18, 1926 in Lancaster, Garrard Co., KY.

Notes for DOROTHY MAY ALCORN:
Dorothy writes - she lived on a boat with her mother, Albert and Anne Pilkerton Alcorn. The boat was tied up to the railroad trestle at Beargrass Creek at River Road. One day she fell in the river and Albert had to jump in to save her.

Children of DOROTHY ALCORN and HUGH HILL are:
121. i. BONNIE SUE7 HILL, b. August 24, 1950, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
122. ii. BRENDA GALE HILL, b. March 05, 1954, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
123. iii. HUGH ALEXANDER HILL, JR., b. April 19, 1959, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Children of DOROTHY ALCORN and EMMETT DURHAM are:
124. iv. ALBERT THOMAS7 DURHAM, b. March 24, 1963, Perline, Dade Co., FL.
125. v. EMMETT LONG DURHAM, JR., b. January 08, 1971, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

77. ANNA JOSEPHINE6 ALCORN (ALBERT BENJAMIN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born May 26, 1934 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died September 11, 1996 in Bowling Green, Warren Co., KY. She married JAMES LARRY MCDANIEL. He was born June 06, 1934 in Monticello, Wayne Co., KY.

Children of ANNA ALCORN and JAMES MCDANIEL are:
126. i. DONNA KAY7 MCDANIEL, b. July 10, 1952, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
127. ii. JAMES LARRY MCDANIEL, b. November 17, 1953, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
128. iii. DONALD RAY MCDANIEL, b. February 17, 1955, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
129. iv. WILLIAM ERIC MCDANIEL, b. February 19, 1956, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
130. v. CHARLOTTE ANN MCDANIEL, b. July 05, 1958, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
131. vi. JOHN DOE MCDANIEL, b. August 03, 1959, Seymour, IN.
132. vii. ANDY EUGENE MCDANIEL, b. July 07, 1961, Seymour, IN.
133. viii. LORI LYNN MCDANIEL, b. September 28, 1962, Indiana.
134. ix. ZINA COLLETTE MCDANIEL, b. January 15, 1966, Greenville, Logan Co., KY.
135. x. ROBERT MITCHUM MCDANIEL, b. May 01, 1964, Indiana.
77. PAULINE ALCORN

PAULINE ALCORN (ALBERT BENJAMIN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1)was born March 20, 1937 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married (1) JOHN WILLIAM HILL Abt. 1953. He was born April 08, 1923 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died February 1973 in Miami, Dade Co., FL. She married (2) KENNETH DISHON October 23, 1983 in Shepherdsville, Bullitt Co., KY. He was born September 04, 1937 in Bullitt Co., KY.

Children of PAULINE ALCORN and JOHN HILL are:
i. PAULETTE F.7 HILL, b. January 10, 1954, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
ii. ANNA R. HILL, b. August 25, 1959, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
iii. JOSEPH WAYNE HILL, b. Abt. 1969, Miami, Dade Co., FL.
79. MELVIN LOUISE ALCORN

MELVIN LOUIS ALCORN (ALBERT BENJAMIN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born August 12, 1938 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married ALICE LEE SIZEMORE. She was born July 16, 1941 in Mazor, Owsley Co., KY.

Notes for MELVIN LOUIS ALCORN:
The Alcorn family, Albert and Anne, moved to Miami, FL back in the l940's or 50's. They came back to Louisville some 20 years later but Melvin Lewis Alcorn stayed in Florida and lives in Bellview, FL as of today, May 18, 2001

Children of MELVIN ALCORN and ALICE SIZEMORE are:
136. i. DEBRA SUE7 ALCORN, b. September 05, 1956, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
137. ii. ALICE LYNN ALCORN, b. December 03, 1959, Kendall, FL.
80. KENNITH DEAN ALCORN

KENNETH DEAN ALCORN (ALBERT BENJAMIN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born January 09, 1941 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married (1) LINDA DEAN. She was born Abt. 1941, and died Abt. 1980 in Miami, Dade Co., FL. He married (2) MARY SUE GOLF 1979 in Florida. She was born 1944.

Child of KENNETH ALCORN and LINDA DEAN is:
i. TERRY LEE7 ALCORN, b. Abt. 1961, Miami, Dade Co., FL.
81. BETTY JEAN ALCORN

BETTY JEAN ALCORN (ALBERT BENJAMIN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born January 16, 1943 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married WILLIAM DAY December 1962 in Miami, Dade Co., FL. He was born Abt. 1943.

Children of BETTY ALCORN and WILLIAM DAY are:
i. ANITA GAYLE7 DAY, b. September 21, 1963, Greenville, Logan Co., Ky..
ii. WILLIAM WARREN DAY, JR., b. August 09, 1964, Greenville, Logan Co., Ky..
iii. ANNA JANE DAY.
82. EDWARD LEE ALCORN

EDWARD LEE ALCORN (ALBERT BENJAMIN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born December 11, 1944 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married (1) NANCY ROGERS. She was born Abt. 1950. He married (2) MARY DENISE DIEMER February 15, 1985 in Bullitt Co., KY. She was born February 14, 1958 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died November 27, 1992 in Bullitt Co., KY.

Notes for MARY DENISE DIEMER:
Obituary - Courier Journal - Louisville, KY - November 1992
Mary Denise Alcorn, 34, died Friday at her home after an illness. She was a supervisor of the commerical loan department at First National Bank.
Survivors: her husband, Hundy Alcorn; a stepson, Edward L. Alcorn, Jr.; a stepdaughter, Angela Ruth Wagner of Homestead, FL; her father, Irvin Thomas Diemer; a brother, Irvin T. Diemer II of Kenner, LA; a sister, Shirley Ann Noltemeyer of Shepherdsville; and two grandchildren.
Funeral: 11 a.m., Monday, St. Bartholomew Catholic Church, 2420 Beuchel Bank Road. Burial: Calvary Cemetery. Visitation: Schoppenhorst-Neurath & Brooks Funeral Home, Preston Highway and Hebron Lane, 3-9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Memorial gists; James Graham Brown Cancer Center.

More About MARY DENISE DIEMER:
Burial: November 29, 1992, Calvary Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY

Children of EDWARD ALCORN and NANCY ROGERS are:
i. ANGELA RUTH7 WAGNER, b. January 01, 1968, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
ii. EDWARD LEE ALCORN, JR., b. Abt. 1969.
83. ALBERTA A. ALCORN

ALBERTA A. ALCORN (ALBERT BENJAMIN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1)was born November 05, 1946 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married WILLIAM DEAN. He was born Abt. 1946.

Children of ALBERTA ALCORN and WILLIAM DEAN are:
i. WILLIAM7 DEAN, b. November 05, 1963, Miami, Dade Co., FL.
ii. CATHY DEAN, b. Abt. 1965, Miami, Dade Co., FL; m. DONALD CALDWELL; b. Abt. 1965.
84. ALBERT BENJAMIN ALCORN, JR.

ALBERT BENJAMIN ALCORN, JR. (ALBERT BENJAMIN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born October 23, 1948 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married (1) BETTY JEAN FIELDS. She was born Abt. 1948. He married (2) JENNIE Abt. 1970. She was born Abt. 1948.

Child of ALBERT ALCORN and BETTY FIELDS is:
i. MATTIE ANN7 THOMAS-ALCORN, b. November 30, 1970, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Child of ALBERT ALCORN and JENNIE is:
ii. JEANETTE7 ALCORN, b. Abt. 1971, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
85. ROBERT R. STETTENBENZ

ROBERT R. STETTENBENZ (CELESTA ADELINE5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born July 27, 1927 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died (Source: Death Certificate, Office of Vital Statistics, death certificate #34100.). He married NORMA JEAN PECK Abt. 1949. She was born October 12, 1933 in Hardin Co., KY, and died January 26, 2002 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Notes for NORMA JEAN PECK:
Obituary - Louisville Courier Jounral - January 26, 2002
Norma Jean Stettenbenz, 68, of Louisville, died Saturday at Kindred Hospital. She was the former Norma Jean Peck, a retired bookkeeper for the old Belknap Hardware Co., and a Catholic.
Survivors include her husband Robert R. Stettenbenz; a son and daughter-in-law, Charles D. and Yvonne Stettenbenz; sisters, Doris Denham and Tootie Cartwright; and two grandchildren.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Tuesday at Keenan's Funeral Home, 4724 Dixie Hwy. Entombment: Louisville Memorial Gardens West. Visitation: 5-9 p.m. Monday.

More About NORMA JEAN PECK:
Burial: January 28, 2002, Louisville Memorial Gardens West, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY

Child of ROBERT STETTENBENZ and NORMA PECK is:
138. i. CHARLES D.7 STETTENBENZ, b. November 21, 1950, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
86. DORIS L. DAMRON

DORIS L. DAMRON (CELESTA ADELINE5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born June 27, 1931 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married GEORGE H. MCGREGOR, son of HOLLIS MCGREGOR and CAROLYN BUSH. He was born December 29, 1928 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died March 08, 1995 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Notes for GEORGE H. MCGREGOR:
George McGregor was born December 29, 1928 to Carolyn Bush McGregor. His biological mother died in 1935 at the age of 36 and George was 6 years of age. His father, Hollis McGregor, remarried to a woman named Minnie and they raised George together.

Obituary - Courier-Journal: Louisville, KY, March 9, 1995
George H. McGregor, 66, of 342 Kenilworth Road, died Wednesday at St. Anthony Medical Center. He was a retired pressman for Standard Gravure Corp., a Navy veteran and a member of Amvets Post 9.
Survivors: his wife, the former Doris Damron; a daughter, Shannon McGregor; two sons, Kevin and Dennis McGregor; three sisters, Caroline Stevens of Denham Springs, LA, Ida Perkins and Mary Catherine Hupple; six grandchildren; and a great-grandchild.
Funeral: 11 a.m. Friday, Arch L. Heady Crescent Hill Funeral Home, 2428 Frankfort Ave.
Burial: Zachary Taylor National Cemetery. Visitation: 5-9 p.m. Thursday.

More About GEORGE H. MCGREGOR:
Burial: March 11, 1995, Zachary Taylor National Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY

Children of DORIS DAMRON and GEORGE MCGREGOR are:
139. i. DONNA L.7 MCGREGOR, b. May 04, 1949, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY; d. February 20, 1987, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
140. ii. DENNIS MCGREGOR, b. July 13, 1956, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
iii. KEVIN A. MCGREGOR, b. October 08, 1968, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: birth certificate, Certificate # 42548, Ky. Vital Records, Frankfort, Ky.).
iv. SHANNON YVETTE MCGREGOR, b. July 12, 1970, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: birth certificate, Certificate # 28562, Ky. Vital Records, Frankfort, Ky.).
87. MARY ALICE MOSLEY

MARY ALICE MOSLEY (GOLDIE MAY5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born March 22, 1928 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died October 21, 1996 in San Bernardino, CA. She married (2) WALKER Abt. 1947. He was born Abt. 1928 in Kentucky.

Child of MARY ALICE MOSLEY is:
i. DALE A.7 MOSLEY, b. June 18, 1944, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Children of MARY MOSLEY and WALKER are:
ii. CAROLINE7 WALKER, b. September 02, 1948, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
iii. JOYCE A. WALKER, b. February 17, 1949, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
iv. BERNARD F. WALKER, b. June 23, 1950, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
v. DONALD L. WALKER, b. September 25, 1951, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
vi. EMMA A. WALKER, b. August 19, 1956, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
88. ARTHUR W. MOSLEY

ARTHUR W. MOSLEY (GOLDIE MAY5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born January 27, 1933 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: birth certificate, Certificate # 02233, Ky. Vital Records, Frankfort, Ky.), and died Abt. 1980 in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN. He married SHIRLEY MADOR. She was born Abt. 1933.

Notes for ARTHUR W. MOSLEY:
Arthur Mosley was shot to death in Indianapolis in about the l980's.

Child of ARTHUR MOSLEY and SHIRLEY MADOR is:
i. ARTHUR W.7 MOSLEY, b. June 10, 1956, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY; m. JANICE.
89. MILDRED LOUISE HEPP

MILDRED LOUISE HEPP (DELLA LEONA5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born October 08, 1939 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: Certificate of Birth. File No 51391 Delivered by Dr. Buskirk). She married (1) ALFONSO DALE DEPREZ March 12, 1960 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: Marriage Certificate.), son of ARTHUR DEPREZ and EILA SEXTON. He was born August 25, 1938 in Lexington, Fayette Co., KY. She married (2) HOWARD JUNIOR JENKINS September 10, 1971 in Galena, Floyd Co., IN (Source: Marriage Certificate.), son of CHARLES JENKINS and FRANCIS. He was born Abt. 1945 in Milltown, Crawford Co., IN. She married (3) FLOYD KENNETH DICKERSON December 18, 1995 in Jeffersonville, Clark Co., IN (Source: Marriage Certificate.), son of JOSEPH DICKERSON and MAUDE BROWN. He was born February 23, 1934 in Watauga, Clinton Co., KY, and died January 21, 1996 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Notes for MILDRED LOUISE HEPP:
Mildred was born at 8:58 p.m. on a Sunday.

In 1939 when Mildred was born, World War II began when Germany invaded Poland and annexed Danzig; Britain and France gave Hitler ultimatum (Sept 1), declare war (Sept. 3). Disabled German pocket battleship Admiral Graft Spee blown up off Montevideo, Uruguay, on Hitler's orders (Dec. 17). Limited activity ("Sitzkreig) on Western Front. Germany renounced a pact with England. It also concluded a 10-year non-aggression pact with USSR. Russo-Finnish War began; Finns lost one-tenth of its territory in 1940 peace treaty. As World War II began, Roosevelt submitted $1,319-million defense budget, proclaimed U.S. neutrality, and declared limited emergency; New York World's Fair opens. The Daughters of the American Revolution refused to allow Marian Anderson to perform at Constitution Hall in Washington, D. C. The big-screen adaptation of "Gone With the Wind" premiered, and went on to gross $192 million, making it one of the most profitable films of all times. It was also one of the longest films, clocking in at 231 minutes. Robert Kane introduced the Batman cartoon. Albert Einstein wrote a letter to President Roosevelt regarding the possibiity of using uranium to initiate a nuclear chain reaction, the fundamental process behind the atomic bomb.

Mildred June 2000:
The old neighborhood has changed. Some of the old streets are gone. The l937 flood in Louisville washed away most of the houses and people just never built back in the same area. That's when they scattered all around town. Even the street I grew up on has a gate across it now and there are some businesses backs there. I think they are making a waterfront park out of the area now. The waterfront park starts in downtown Louisville and spans out to about a mile or two along the river. They moved River Road one block over. There is nothing but trees along that part of River Road; the houses are long gone, everyone of them.
But people like Margie Morgan, my mother and I, remember the houses and where they lived. It is sad to see some thing change like that when that is where you grew up and had fond memories of it. I feel like I lost a part of me. It's gone forever.

E-mail to Mildred Hepp Jenkins from Richard Faulkner of Bowling Green, KY, April, 2001
I really enjoy hearing someone else talk about the places I am so familiar with. And getting more clues all the time is neat.
As far as I can tell, Charles, Jr. (Chuck) and dad fell out when Chuck spent some time in jail. He was in the Marines during and shortly after Korea. He got mixed up with some judge's 15 yr. old daughter, and spent 18 months in jail. I don't know why, but he just did not get along with dad.
Let me fill you in on MY childhood and maybe this will make some more sense (to both of us, I hope). Daddy was a tough man. He literally was on his own since being a child and always had a tough time trusting anyone. We all knew that he had some real demons in his past and did not ask too many questions. Dad was all about work. And we, his kids, learned about work early in life.
Dad retired from Klarer Packing on Story Ave. in 1970, to build his own packing plant. With the help of his children, (I was nine, and my oldest brother was 18). We built a business out of a hillside in Bullitt Co. We all worked before and after school and had little time for play. Dad always pulled the "family responsibility" guilt trip on any of us when we balked, or wanted to play ball in the summer. Chuck, he said, didn't come to us "because he knows that to come around here, he would be expected to work, and he is lazy". As I got older, I realized that very few people worked as hard as my family, and there must be another reason. Once I got older and moved from home, I spent more time with Chuck, and found out that he was a lot like dad, only quieter. Same sense of humor, same love for "horse trading" (Chuch was a flea market regular). As I got older I am full or regret sometimes, that I didn't get more of the full story of just what happened.
Dad quite school in the fifth grade, but talked of skipping school to fish off the pilings under the K&I bridge. BeeBee Collett was the mother of Bob Collett, who ran an auto wrecker service on Adams Street. Do the names Jake Koch Packing, or Dawsons & Baker packing mean anything to you? How about Billy Jones or Bill Dryden? These were all men who ran packing houses around that area when I was a kid. I got to go with Dad when he went to Louisville to get meat. We would go to Heimendingers at 2nd & Market to get knives and cleavers sharpened (also to White Castle, if he was in a good mood). We also made regular trips to Goodman and Tasman on Market to sell beef hides, bought tarps and a WWI helmet from Hyman Debrovy's Tent and Tarp. We bought wrapping paper and tape from Burwinkle and Hendershot, and I drank my first mixed drink at Hillside Manor next to Fischers. (I bet I know your uncle's name...dad knew every knifeman in town.)
I cannot remember if he ever mentioned his mother's name. I think she was really mentally ill. She had a husband after dad's dad left. His name was Hugh Metcalf. I remember dad talking about how he would jump under things when he heard a loud noise (a result of WWI shell shock). I know Dad was really angry about being thrown out. He always said that his mother let his sister, Mary Lee, stay because she was 18 and had a good job at the TB Hospital in Shively (Later Waverly Hills). I remember Dad talking about swimming at 6 Mile Island and a good friend drowning there. Catching a big fish in flood backwaters with a pitchfork, and it dragging the ground behind him with its head on his shoulder. I remember them talking about "cooning" for fish in Beargrass Creek, and talking about watching the men build the fence around Cave Hill Cemetery. ("Never could figure out why they needed a fence, nobody wants in there, and damn sure nobody in there is going anywhere").
Millie, I hope I haven't bored you to tears. I have a million bits and pieces of the man who taught me how-and how not to be a man and a parent. I loved him dearly, mistakes and all, and I guess all these little bits need to be looked at, like the pieces of a big ole jigsaw puzzle. I would have loved to live near the Point. I love the river and the stories of the Low Dutch who lived beside it.

Reply E-mail to Richard from Mildred - April 2001
Most of the names you mentioned do not sound familiar, except for Bob Collett. Seems he now runs a car dealership in Louisville or if he has died, maybe someone is running it for him. Anyway, that name sounds familiar.
One name I do remember - 2nd & Market St. - White Castle. Wish I had a nickle for every time Mother went downtown and took us to White Castle at 2nd & Market and also went to Sears and White Castle at 8th & Broadway. These are some of my good memories.
There was something on TV the other night about the Old Waverly Hills. They want to turn it into something. After Waverly Hills Sanitarium closed, another medical facility moved into it (believe it was called Hazelwood Medical Facility or something like that) and evidently they closed and moved out a few years ago and now they want to do something else with it. Haven't heard any more about it for a few weeks. My Aunt Ruth Hepp died there in 1946, can remember going to see her one Sunday afternoon, and then the next day she died of TB. I was just a kid then, about 7.
Do you remember the old Haymarket on Jefferson Street? Mother would take me up there to buy fresh vegetables from their stands and fish at Fultons. I used to look at those ole women, dressed in long dresses and scarves tired around their heads. They fascinated me. Today, I would have been scared to death of them.
So, you never lived on the Point. I didn't know how important it was to me until I started my family research. Living these old memories seems to mean more to me now than ever before. Even though I never knew most of these people that I research, I seem connected to them because I did live where they once lived. And, I am thankful for that.
I never swam at 6-Mile Island. What I used to do was - on Sunday afternoon Daddy would walk my brother and I down to the harbor at the foot of Ohio Street; we would walk out on the harbor and look at the boats. Mother seldom would go with us. She hated that ole river. She said it washed her out of a home too many times on the Point. She was there in the 1937 flood, lost everything. We still lived up there in the 1945 flood, and I know what she is talking about. I remember moving everything we had up a flight of stairs in case the flood waters got into the lower level of the house. It didn't, but then we had to bring everything back down those stairs.
Almost forgot, my uncle who worked at Fischers was Charles Daniel Hepp, known as "Bud" or "Heppy". Does the name Hepp sound familiar, that is my maiden name.

E-mail from Richard Faulkner - April 2001
Good morning and I hope you are enjoying Easter. It is halfway sunny and warm in Bowling Green. They said it was supposed to storm. We did get a bit of rain, but not much. Today I talked to my sister in Somerset and tried to get some information about these guys. I know that she talked to Mom a lot about family stuff and maybe, knows more about Dad's family. I sure would like to hear more about them all.
Yes, I remember the Haymarket in its old version. Dad loved vegetables and especially fruit. We would go every time we went to town from Shepherdsville and buy apples, plums and things to resell in the shop. I remember Fultons fish market, and Tommy Thompsons. Somewhere around 1975 it changed.
I know what you mean about the old women with their scarves around their heads. One thing I have learned from living all around the country. We were not afraid when we were kids....just curious. I have found most of the people who seem strange to us now are just the same as the ones we remember, only from different places. Back then they were mostly white, and came from Germany, Ireland, and Eastern Europe. Nowadays they seem to be from India, Mexico and South America, or the former Soviet Union. Scary at times, because they look and act so different. But like back then, MOST are honest folks just trying to do better for themselves and families. Sure there always have been crooks, even then. I just think the "bad guys" get way too much attention now, and it leads us to the false believe that evil is everywhere.
One of my favorite times to go to the Haymarket was Christmas time. They had candy in big cardboard boxes that you would sample, and usually the vendor would ask, "do you have any brothers or sisters at home?" "Yes" I would reply, "take a sample for them, too". Usually his eyes got big when I took FOUR pieces.
I remember going to Sears on Broadway. My parents believed Sears was the place to go to buy most everything, and we went there often. There was a White Castle nearby, and a Green Stamps store where you could get things in exchange for stamps. Remember that? I remember Sears having a "fallout shelter" in the basement, and a "colored" drinking fountain.
Here's a story - My dad was never a "fan" of any sport. He liked music, but probably never bought a record of anyone. As far as I know, he liked boxing but never saw a live match. But then there was the circus. My dad would buy circus tickets every time the circus came to town. I remember going to at least three a year, and learning about the performers. Dad knew them all. Sometimes he would slip a few bucks to the backstage person and we would go and meet some of them. My heroes were not sports figures when I was a kid. Much more exciting than that. I knew all the clowns, tiger trainers and trapeze artists. I met the Flying Wallendas and Jojo the Dog Faced Boy (he was a man with a very, very heavy beard, but I was not disappointed.)
We never thought that Dad's love for the circus was strange. After Dad died I was talking to Mom about our childhood, and I asked her about it. She said Dad had a brother, Chester, and when they were kids, they would help the circus workers unload the train and parade to the place where they would perform. I never saw a circus parade but I can imagine the elephants and horses pulling the cages of wild animals and then pulling the tents up. Dad's brother said, "when the train leaves Louisville, I am going to be on it", and according to Mom, he was. The last time Dad saw his brother was waving from the back of that train, and he looked for him in every circus he could.
Mom worked at Thompson's restaurant in Louisville. I cannot remember when that was, but she was from Hartford, KY in Ohio Co. She rode the train to Louisville and lived with her married sister until she and Dad married.
Do you remember Muth's Candy Store? Made their own licorice...and Springerle cookies... I would love a Springerle.

Notes for ALFONSO DALE DEPREZ:
Midlred Hepp Deprez Jenkins:
When Dale and I met, he was in the US Army, had just come back from Korea and on returning from Korea was stationed at Ft. Knox, KY. We married March 12, 1960. He was discharged from the military in October 1960 and took a job with a service station in Louisville, KY always looking for something better. He heard of a job at Pepsi Cola Co. as Route-salesman, which he held for a few years. Then took a job with Frito-Lay Co. but having to get in and out of the truck so much, it took its toll on his legs. He had to give up that job and went to work for Ford Motor Co. on Grade Lane in Louisville, KY. He was first hired as Utility doing odd jobs around the plant. When the new Ford Kentucky Truck plant was being built, he went out there with the engineers and helped set up the new plant. He stayed with Ford for at least 30 years, retiring sometime around the 1990's. He now is remarried and lives in Bronston, KY.

Marriage Notes for MILDRED HEPP and ALFONSO DEPREZ:
Article in the newspaper:

Miss Mildred Hepp
Hepp--Deprez
Mr and Mrs Frank R. Hepp announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mildred Louise Hepp, to Specialist Fourth Class Alfonso Dale Deprez, son of Mr and Mrs Arthur L. Deprez of Ironton, OH. The wedding will take place at 7:30 0'clock March 12 in Calvary Baptist Church. Married by T. J. Barksdale, Pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. Witnessed by John and Mary Frank.

Marriage Notes for MILDRED HEPP and HOWARD JENKINS:
Mildred and her second husband, Howard Jenkins, got married in the same place as her brother Donnie. Donnie and Linda were the witnesses to Mildred and Howard and then Mildred and Howard were the witnesses to Donnie and Linda.

More About FLOYD KENNETH DICKERSON:
Burial: January 23, 1996, Graceland Memorial Park, New Albany, Floyd Co., IN

Marriage Notes for MILDRED HEPP and FLOYD DICKERSON:
Married by Rev. Deborah B Phillips.

Child of MILDRED HEPP and ALFONSO DEPREZ is:
i. JANET GAIL7 DEPREZ, b. August 27, 1962, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: Certificate of Birth. File 116-62-29144 signed by Clinton Cook M.D.).

Notes for JANET GAIL DEPREZ:
Jan was born at 12:42 p.m. on a Monday
90. FRANK ROBERT "SONNY" HEPP, JR.

FRANK ROBERT "SONNY" HEPP, JR. (DELLA LEONA5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born March 15, 1941 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married (1) SHARON MAY HUMPHREY 1961 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, daughter of ALVIN HUMPHREY and NORA MARTIN. She was born September 14, 1943 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He met (2) MARY BYRN November 01, 1978 in Clarksville, Clark Co., IN, daughter of HUGH BYRN and MARGARET SCHLER. She was born February 12, 1945 in Harrison Co., IN.

Notes for FRANK ROBERT "SONNY" HEPP, JR.:
In 1941, when Sonny was born, Germany attacked the Balkans and Russia. On Dec. 7, 1941, while negotiations were going on with Japanese representatives in Washington, Japanese carrier-based planes swept in without warning over Oahu and attacked (7:55 a.m. local time) the bulk of the U.S. Pacific fleet, moored in Pearl Harbor. Nineteen naval vessels, including eight battleships were sunk or severely damaged; 188 U.S. aircraft were dstroyed. Military casualities were 2,280 killed and 1,109 wounded; 68 civilians were also killed. On Dec. 8, the United States declared War on Japan. Britain also declared war on Japan. In his message to Congress proposing lend-lease legislation (Jan. 6, 1941), President Franklin Delano Roosevelt stated that Four Freedoms should prevail everywhere in the world--freedom of speech and expression, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. These were substantially incorporated in the Atlantic Charter. Congress passes the Lend-Lease Act, giving the President the power to sell, lend, and lease war supplies to other nations. In Citizen Kane, Orson Welles subordinated all previous technological and cinematic accomplishments to his own essentially cinematic vision. Using newly developed film stocks and a wider, faster lens, Welles pushed the boundaries of montage and mise-en-scene, as well as sound, redefining the medium. And RCA demonstrates a new simplified electron microscope that magnifies up to 100,000 times.

Children of FRANK HEPP and SHARON HUMPHREY are:
141. i. JULIE LYNN7 HEPP, b. June 11, 1962, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
ii. ROBYN LEE HEPP, b. May 23, 1964, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY; m. JOHN HALLER; b. Abt. 1964, Indiana.
142. iii. DAVID PATRICK HEPP, b. October 28, 1969, Jeffersonville, Clark Co., IN.
91. DONALD LEE HEPP

DONALD LEE HEPP (DELLA LEONA5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born February 06, 1954 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married (1) LINDA ELIZABETH BERLEW November 14, 1971 in Galena, Floyd Co., IN, daughter of LLOYD BERLEW and BESSIE PEVLOR. She was born January 22, 1952 in Jeffersonville, Clark Co., IN. He married (2) MICHELLE ANNE WHITE June 23, 1984 in Bloomington Monroe Co., IN, daughter of JAMES WHITE and LINDA SIMS. She was born September 27, 1962 in Bloomington Monroe Co., IN. He married (3) CARMON ROSE BULKLEY July 11, 1998 in Bloomington Monroe Co., IN, daughter of FRANCIS BULKLEY and ROSE BARBOUR. She was born November 18, 1954 in Newcastle, WY.

Notes for DONALD LEE HEPP:
Even though we had been together for seven years, and three years ago we were going to get married, then decided not to, it was all a surprise and done quickly. Three years ago, Donnie took me out to dinner for my birthday, and invited everyone we worked with to join us. It was to be a birthday party, or so I thought.
Right after we all ordered our drinks, he got down on one knee in the middle of the restaurant and asked me to marry him. I found out then that everyone we worked with had known he was planning to do this and had known for almost a week. He asked me in public and in front of all our friends because he was afraid I would say no, and, in fact, if he had not, I would have said no. Marriage was not in my future at that time.
I said yes because I did not want to embarrass him but told everyone that the engagement would be a long one. He had still been in love with his ex-wife right up to the time that he asked me to marry him and I wanted to make sure that this was not a spur of the moment thing. About a year later I brought up the subject of setting a date; we almost split up and I did move out and found my own place.
He told me later that he realized he was going through a mid-life crisis. Even though he had asked me to marry him, when his ex-wife told him she was going to get remarried, it threw him. He said he just went through some weird thinking and needed to be alone for a while. I moved out and was convinced that we would end up going our separate ways.
But every few weeks he would come over and asked me out to dinner, or to a movie, or just to come over to his place to watch TV. That went on for a year and a half.
Right after Christmas 1998, he asked me when was I going to move back in with him and I told him that we had already had that conversation and it almost broke us up. I told him that we were getting along just fine the way things were why mess them up. Around Valentines Day he asked me to marry him. I told him again that we had already had this conversation and why did he think the outcome would be different this time. He looked at me real serious and said, "Because I really love you and the only way I can prove it to you is to marry you." Well, to say the least my heart melted and we sat down and talked. I guess I thought it would be a lot like last time so when he started pressing me to set a date, I was not really thinking any time that year. Around March, he said he wanted to get married in June or July and he started making plans.
I have to say that he wanted this marriage a lot more than I did. He said that I stuck with him during one of the worst times of his life, during a time when he did not even really like himself, and when he got his head back on straight, he realized that he loved me more than he thought he would ever love anyone again.

Marriage Notes for DONALD HEPP and LINDA BERLEW:
Donnie and Linda got married in the same place as his sister Mildred and her second husband Howard Jenkins. Donnie and Linda were the witnesses to Mildred and Howard and then Mildred and Howard were the witnesses to Donnie and Linda.

Notes for CARMON ROSE BULKLEY:
Newcastle, WY, is located on the Western edge of the Black Hills, with the Shortgrass Prairie of The High Plains to the Southwest.

In 1954, when Carmon was born, the US launched their nuclear powered submarine, the "Nautilus". Tennessee Williams wrote "Cat on the Hot Tim Roof". Race segregation in schools was declared unconstitutional. Laos and Cambodia gained their independence. Col. Nasser seized power in Egypt. The French War in Indochina came to an end. But the French War in Algiers started as Algiers, Tunisia and Morocco, struggle for independence. Over 500,00 French soldiers served in Algiers from 1954 to 1962.

By the time she graduated from High School, she had lived and gone to school in every one of the western states except New Mexico. She graduated in 3 1/2 years and even with graduating early, she went to 5 different High Schools. Freshmen and Sophomore years in Kingman, AZ, Junior year in Sioux Falls, SD and Galva, IA, Senior year in Paonia, CO and Coarse Gold, CA. After getting out of school she joined the Air Force and went to Texas. After training and school, she was stationed in Wichita, KS. She lived there for 10 years and then moved to Bloomington, IN.

That is where she is now. She is putting down roots, and will probably be here until they plant her.

Marriage Notes for DONALD HEPP and CARMON BULKLEY:
The Rev. John Hall of Atlanta, GA performed the ceremony which united the couple in the holy bonds of matrimony. In keeping with the theme of the things, he wore a casual shirt and slacks.
The ceremony took place on a calm day with only a gentle breeze blowing and not a cloud in the sky. The ceremony was held in Cascades Park with a small brook quietly running along side. The couple stood in front of a three dimensional arch. The wedding song, "When a Man Loves a Woman" was played just before the ceremony started.
The bride who was given in marriage by her mother wore a red cotton button down top, white cotton slacks with blue silk flowers in her hair. She also carried out the tradition of something old, new, borrowed and blue. She carried a bouquet of red, white and blue silk flowers. The bride's wedding ring was a heirloom handed down from her maternal grandmother. The groom wore a black tee shirt and blue jean cut-offs and sneakers. The groom's wedding ring had been his fathers.
Mrs. Carole Watters, served as matron-of-honor and she wore a red cotton pull-over shirt with white jean shorts. She wore a red silk flower with tiny blue flowers and white baby breath. All the flowers for the wedding was made by hand by the matron-of-honor's mother. Also standing up for the bride were her daughters, Misti Dawn Volk and Molli Dian Volk.
Robert Feazell of Bloomington, served as best man. He wore a blue tee shirt and blue jeans and sneakers.
The bride's mother wore a white button down shirt and blue jeans. The bridegroom's mother wore a matching blue top and slacks.
A barbecue was held in the park immediately following the ceremony. The two tiered wedding cake, which was baked and decorated by Joan Manning, friend of both the bride and groom, was decorated with real orchard blooms sat in the center of the table. The bride and groom toasted each other with Sparkling Grape Juice.
Out of town guests here for the wedding were Misti Dawn Volk who flew in from California. Molli Dian Volk who flew in from Texas. The bride's mother, Mrs. Al Towmey, who flew in from Montana. The grooms mother Mrs. Frank Hepp of Louisville KY. His daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Shawn Harned and three children of Louisville KY; his son, Michael Hepp of Louisville KY and his daughter Pam Hepp also of Louisville. Mr. Michael Phillips of Hoffman Estates IL and Mr and Mrs Dave Freeman of Mt. Prospect, IL.

Children of DONALD HEPP and LINDA BERLEW are:
143. i. MICHELLE LYNN7 HEPP, b. June 30, 1972, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
ii. MICHAEL LEE HEPP, b. March 28, 1975, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY; d. September 09, 1998, Jeffersontown, Jefferson Co., KY.

Notes for MICHAEL LEE HEPP:
Article in the Louisville newspaper; The Courier-Journal Dated Sept 10, 1998

J'town motorcycle wreck kills Buechel man, 23.

A 23-year-old Buechel motorcyclist was fatally injured yesterday morning in a accident on Blankenbaker Road near Commonwealth Drive in Jeffersontown. Michael Hepp, of 6204 Perma Dr., died at the University of Louisville Hospital at 1:15 P.M., Jefferson Co. Deputy coroner Linda Knopf said. Details about the accident were sketchy last night, but Knopf said it happened about 11:30 A.M. and also involved a truck. Jeffersontown police are investigating.

Obituary - Courier-Journal, Lousiville, KY, Sept 12, 1998
The funeral for Michael Hepp, 23, will be at 2 P.M. Saturday at Resthaven, 4400 Bardstown Road. Burial: Resthaven Memorial. He died Wednesday at University of Louisville Hospital of injuries from a motorcycle accident. He was a truck driver for Gateway Jefferson.
Survivors; his parents, Donald and Linda Hepp; sisters Michelle Harned and Pamela and Ashley Hepp; and a grandmother, Della Hepp.

Obituary, The Herald-Times, Bloomington, IN, Sept 15, 1998
Michael Lee Hepp
Buechel, KY -- Michael Lee Hepp, 23, of Buechel, KY, formerly of Bloomington, died Wednesday at the University of Louisville Hospital of injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident in Jeffersontown. Born March 28, 1975, in Louisville, KY, the son of Donald Lee and Linda (Berlew) Hepp. He was a truck driver for Gateway Jefferson Co.
Survivors include three sisters, Michelle Harned of Louisville, Pamela Hepp of Buechel and Ashley Hepp of Bloomington; his father of Bloomington; his mother of Buechel; and his grandmother, Della Hepp of Jeffersonville.
Services were conducted Saturday at the Resthaven Funeral Home in Louisville. Burial
was at Resthaven Memorial Park.
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We know that Mike was doing a wheelie down the road when a pickup pulled out from a side street from right to left across in front of him. The driver thought that he had time to get across the street. The driver said he was about 1/2 way across the intersection when he realized that he was not going to make it and then he tried to speed up in order to get out of the way, and for a second, thought that he had succeeded. Then he heard and felt the "thud". Mike was not wearing a helmet, but the police said his injuries were to the extent that it would not have mattered one way or the other. One witness at the scene was reported to have said about the injuries "that he had not seen anything like it since Vietnam". He was pronounced dead about one hour later, but the police at the scene said he "felt that Mike died at the scene, but the paramedics did all they could to revive him." I was not up to staying and listening to all of the details but I did hear them say that his chest was crushed. About 200 people came to the funeral, about 150 of them were Mike's friends. We knew he was special to us, but we did not know how special he was to so many other people. Mike is buried in the same cemetery as the rest of his family, and he is about 10 feet from his grandfather, Frank Hepp Sr. We know that his spirit is happy and free. The headstone has been ordered but at this time all I know for sure that will be on it is his name and dates, a cameo of him - and a motorcycle.

His Aunt Mildred tells: When Mike was about 2 years old and she was baby-sitting him. The show of CHiPs came on TV and Mike sat up on the couch and put his hands out in front of him and made the motion of turning the handles to speed up and making the sounds of a engine reving up. He was truly "born to ride".

His sister Michelle tells: When Mike & I were younger we fought over who was going to sleep on the top bunk of his bed, we would wait for mom & dad to go to sleep so we could climb out his bedroom window, then we would go to our friend's house or just run the street till morning, then climb back in the window & play like we were asleep, we never got caught. As Mike & I got older we got a lot closer. We had some of the same friends, we all would go to Devil's Hill and jump ramps with our bikes. Mike & I would go to all night skates together. We also loved to stay with Nanny & Papaw so we could stay up all night and play cards or Yahtzee, all most every time Mike rolled for Papaw he would Yahtzee, I got mad some times. Mike kind of saw me as a big brother because I would play ball with him, climb tree's, race on bike's, play with hot wheels & I didn't let anyone mess with my brother. If they did I would beat them up. As he got bigger he could take care of himself, but I was still the big sister even if he was taller then me. He used to call me his little shrimp sister. I love my brother a lot & always will...

Death Cert. # 025965 - Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY
Michael Hepp was born March 28, 1975 in Louisville, KY. He was employed as a truck driver for Gateway Jefferson. Michael resided at 6204 Perma Drive, Louisville, KY. He died September 9, 1998 in Louisville, KY at the age of 23 years. Cause of death - blunt traumatic injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident. Injury occured - motorcycle vs. truck. He never married. Michael finished the 9th grade in school. He was son of Donald Hepp and Linda Berlew. Informant was Linda Hepp. Michael was buried at Resthaven Memorial Park, Louisville, KY.

More About MICHAEL LEE HEPP:
Burial: September 12, 1998, Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY
Cause of Death: Injuries from a motorcycle accident

144. iii. PAMELA KAYE HEPP, b. August 11, 1977, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Child of DONALD HEPP and MICHELLE WHITE is:
iv. ASHLEY ANNE7 HEPP, b. December 25, 1984, Bloomington Monroe Co., IN.
92. ALBERT S. ALCORN II

ALBERT S. ALCORN II (WILLIAM HENRY5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1)was born September 10, 1937 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married (1) ALICE FAY DOUGLAS Abt. 1958 in Louisville, Jefferson Co. KY. She was born October 21, 1938 in Bell Co., KY, and died April 05, 2004 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married (2) VADA G. VARBLE FERGUSON March 26, 1975, daughter of FLOSSIE ENNIS. She was born January 10, 1951 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Notes for ALBERT S. ALCORN II:
Albert and Alice were divorced in Jefferson Co., KY n December 9, 1975.

Notes for ALICE FAY DOUGLAS:
Obituary -Courier Journal, Lousiville, KY - Tuesday, April 6, 2004
Alice Fay Alcorn, 65, of Louisville, died Monday at Norton Audubon Hospital. She was a former owner/operator of a cleaning service. She is survived by her sons, Albert and Mark Alcorn; daughters, Robin Hallstrom, Donna Blair, Ava Alcorn and Michelle Delacruz; brothers, Don, Lenny and Johnny Douglas; sisters, Charlotte McDonald and Ava Klein; 18 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Funeral srevices will be held at noon Wednesday at Evergreen Funeral Home, with burial in Evergreen Cemetery. Visitation will be from 1-8 p.m. Tuesday.

More About ALICE FAY DOUGLAS:
Burial: April 07, 2004, Evergreen Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY

Children of ALBERT ALCORN and ALICE DOUGLAS are:
i. ALBERT S.7 ALCORN, b. November 10, 1959, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
145. ii. MARK A. ALCORN, b. November 08, 1960, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
146. iii. THOMAS WAYNE ALCORN, b. April 11, 1962, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY; d. December 22, 2003, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
147. iv. DONNA SUE ALCORN, b. April 25, 1963, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
v. PAUL LUCAS ALCORN, b. May 31, 1964, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: birth certificate, Certificate # 27761. Ky. Vital Records, Frankfort, Ky.).
148. vi. ROBIN RENEE ALCORN, b. September 02, 1965, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
vii. AVA MARIE ALCORN (Source: birth certificate, Certificate # 32265 - Ky. Vital Records, Frankfort, Ky.), b. August 14, 1969, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
viii. MICHELLE LEE ALCORN, b. June 20, 1971, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY; m. (1) JAY M. ANDERSON, March 16, 1995, Louisville, Jefferson Co. Ky.; b. August 08, 1974, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY; m. (2) DELACRUZ, Aft. 1999; b. Abt. 1971.

Child of ALBERT ALCORN and VADA FERGUSON is:
ix. JASON S.7 ALCORN, b. June 14, 1975, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: birth certificate, Certificate # 29679, Ky. Vital Records, Frankfort, Ky.).
93. GENE ALCORN

GENE ALCORN (WILLIAM HENRY5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born July 18, 1939 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married FRANCIS HAYES. She was born Abt. 1939.

Notes for GENE ALCORN:
Gene R. and Frances Hayes were divorced September 12, 1974 in Grayson Co., KY.

Children of GENE ALCORN and FRANCIS HAYES are:
i. GENE R.7 ALCORN, JR., b. January 07, 1960, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: birth certificate, Certificate # 01438, Ky. Vital Records, Frankfort, Ky.).
ii. MARY L. ALCORN, b. December 18, 1962, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: birth certificate, Certificate # 69140, Ky. Vital Records, Frankfort, Ky.).
iii. MICHAEL E. ALCORN, b. June 20, 1964, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: birth certificate, Certificate # 33598, Ky. Vital Records, Frankfort, Ky.).
iv. BETTY S. ALCORN, b. February 16, 1966, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: birth certificate, Certificate # 04918, Ky. Vital Records, Frankfort, Ky.).
94. WILLIAM H. ALCORN

WILLIAM H. ALCORN (WILLIAM HENRY5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1)was born August 09, 1941 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married (1) BETTY MILLER Abt. 1958. She was born Abt. 1941, and died 1972. He married (2) ROBIN L. WILLIAMS September 25, 1988 in Louisville, Jefferson Co. KY. She was born Abt. 1959.

Child of WILLIAM ALCORN and BETTY MILLER is:
i. WILLIAM B.7 ALCORN, b. January 02, 1959, Fayette County, KY.
95. JOHN WILLIAM KIDD, SR.

JOHN WILLIAM KIDD, SR. (ESTHER5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born April 25, 1937 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married (1) PEARL KATHERINE NEWCOMB February 1958 in Thurston WA. She was born September 19, 1938, and died October 07, 1996. He married (2) HELEN WESTFALL Aft. 1960. She was born Abt. 1937.

Notes for JOHN WILLIAM KIDD, SR.:
John was in the Army and for a while was stationed in Ft. Lewis, WA and was also in Korea. Later in life he was a truck driver, lived in Indiana for a while and then came home to Louisville, KY.

More About PEARL KATHERINE NEWCOMB:
Burial: Rest Haven Memorial Gardens, Clarksville, TN

Child of JOHN KIDD and PEARL NEWCOMB is:
149. i. PAULA MAE7 KIDD, b. January 1959.

Children of JOHN KIDD and HELEN WESTFALL are:
ii. JOHN WILLIAM7 KIDD, JR., b. September 16, 1964, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: birth certificate, Certificate # 45072, Ky. Vital Records, Frankfort, Kentucky.).
iii. MELISSA CAROLE KIDD, b. May 08, 1967, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: birth certificate, Certificate # 18691, Ky. Vital Records, Frankfort, Ky.).
iv. MICHELLE RENEE KIDD, b. August 30, 1969, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY (Source: birth certificate, Certificate # 38260, Ky. Vital REcords, Frankfort, Ky.).
96. ANNA RUTH KIDD

ANNA RUTH KIDD (ESTHER5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born February 28, 1942 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died October 17, 2002 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married WILLIAM R. SR. WENDELGAST February 16, 1959 in Louisville, Jefferson Co. KY, son of ETHEL MAE ROGERS. He was born November 19, 1940 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died June 05, 1997 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Notes for ANNA RUTH KIDD:
Anan Ruth was always known as "Sissy".

Obituary, Courier Journal - October 19, 2002
Anna R. (Kidd) Wendelgast, 60, of Louisville died Thursday. She was the former Anna Kidd. She is survived by two daughters, Pamela Kaelin and Karen Barrett; three sons, William R., Jr., Robert W., and Kelly Wendelgast; one sister; four brothers; and 12 grandchildren.
Funeral: Noon, Saturday at Arch L. Heady & Son, 1201 E. Oak St.
Burial: Resthaven Cemetery. Visitation: 1-8 p.m. Friday
Donations may go to the Wendelgast Memorial Fund in care of the funeral home.

More About ANNA RUTH KIDD:
Burial: October 19, 2002, Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY

More About WILLIAM R. SR. WENDELGAST:
Burial: Resthaven Memorial Gardens, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY

Children of ANNA KIDD and WILLIAM WENDELGAST are:
i. WILLIAM R. JR.7 WENDELGAST, b. June 19, 1960, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
150. ii. ROBERT WAYNE WENDELGAST, b. February 13, 1962, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
151. iii. PAMELA JOYCE WENDELGAST, b. October 08, 1963, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
iv. KELLY SCOTT WENDELGAST, b. August 25, 1965, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
152. v. KAREN DENISE WENDELGAST, b. August 25, 1965, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
97. RAYMOND LEE KIDD

RAYMOND LEE KIDD (ESTHER5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1)was born June 30, 1947 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married DONNA POUND August 25, 1979 in Louisville, Jefferson Co. IN. She was born Abt. 1947.

Children of RAYMOND KIDD and DONNA POUND are:
i. CASSIE ANN7 KIDD, b. May 12, 1981, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
ii. RAYMOND LEROY JR. KIDD, b. October 08, 1989, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
98. DORIS LOUISE KIDD

DORIS LOUISE KIDD (ESTHER5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1)was born August 01, 1951 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died July 03, 2000 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married WILLIAM ALBERT DANIELS, SR. Abt. 1969 in Louisville, Jefferson Co. KY. He was born November 20, 1950 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, and died June 1987 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

More About DORIS LOUISE KIDD:
Burial: Cremeated
Cause of Death: Bone Cancer

Children of DORIS KIDD and WILLIAM DANIELS are:
i. WILLIAM ALBERT7 DANIELS, JR., b. June 18, 1970, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
ii. TROY ANTHONY DANIELS, b. October 31, 1972, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
iii. AARON CHRISTOPHER DANIELS, b. November 22, 1980, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
99. GARY LYNN KIDD, SR.

GARY LYNN KIDD, SR. (ESTHER5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1)was born August 14, 1956 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married (1) HELEN ROSE SAUER. She was born Abt. 1956. He married (2) CYNTHIA LYNINGER August 11, 1984 in Louisville, Jefferson Co. Ky., daughter of LYNINGER and MARGARET GUGE. She was born July 25, 1960 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Child of GARY KIDD and HELEN SAUER is:
i. GARY LYNN JR.7 KIDD, b. August 06, 1981, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Child of GARY KIDD and CYNTHIA LYNINGER is:
ii. JOSHUA ADAM7 KIDD, b. June 27, 1985, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
100. TINA MARIE TERRY

TINA MARIE TERRY (ESTHER5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1)was born November 19, 1960 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married EDWARD MERRELL GILES June 17, 1979 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, son of RONALD GILES and ROSE WEAVER. He was born September 26, 1959 in Dayton, OH.

Children of TINA TERRY and EDWARD GILES are:
153. i. CRYSTAL MARIE7 GILES, b. April 14, 1979, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
154. ii. HEATHER ROSE GILES, b. March 20, 1984, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
101. ALLEN TERRY

ALLEN TERRY (ESTHER5 ALCORN, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born April 20, 1962 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Child of ALLEN TERRY is:
i. CHRISTOPHER SCOTT7 TERRY, b. Abt. 1983, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
102. SCOTT RAYMOND ALCORN

SCOTT RAYMOND6 ALCORN (RAYMOND5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1)was born December 01, 1961 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married WILMA KAY HANOVER March 01, 1991 in New Albany, Floyd Co., IN. She was born October 07, 1960 in New Albany, Floyd Co., IN.

Notes for SCOTT RAYMOND ALCORN:
Divorced: April 18, 2001 in New Albany, IN

Child of SCOTT ALCORN and WILMA HANOVER is:
i. RAYMOND ROBERT7 ALCORN, b. May 22, 1993, New Albany, Floyd Co., IN.
103. CHESTER ALCORN, JR.

CHESTER ALCORN, JR. (CHESTER JOHN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1)was born December 08, 1948 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married LINDA KAY WHITHAM October 10, 1969. She was born September 15, 1951 in Ripley Co., IN.

Notes for CHESTER ALCORN, JR.:
October 2002 - Chet (Sonny Boy) writes -
Linda is a registered nurse. She graduated from Indiana University, works as the county health nurse and teaches at Ivy Tech State College.

Stacies husband works in emergency medicine and graduated from Indiana University School of Medicine. He was then a navy seal.

I stopped being "Sonny Boy" years ago. Everybody around here calls me "Chet". I spent four years in the U S Navy. I have worked for 28 years at Monsanto Chemical Co. (retired). I have worked on the Jefferson Co. (IN) Sheriff's Department as a deputy and later ran for political office. I am currently finishing up my fourth year as county councilman. I've been a precinct committeeman for numerous years and am planning to run for commissioner in the year 2004.

Children of CHESTER ALCORN and LINDA WHITHAM are:
155. i. STACEY RAE7 ALCORN, b. February 16, 1971, Jefferson Co., IN.
156. ii. CHRISTOPHER JOHN ALCORN, b. March 06, 1973, Jefferson Co., IN.
157. iii. LISA RUTH ALCORN, b. March 02, 1977, Jefferson Co., IN.
104. BARBRA ELLEN ALCORN

BARBARA ELLEN ALCORN (CHESTER JOHN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born January 23, 1952 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She married (1) WILLIAM FRANCES MATTINGLY Abt. 1971. He was born Abt. 1952. She married (2) WILLIAM HENRY STILL Abt. 1978. He was born August 20, 1946 in Jefferson Co., KY.

Children of BARBARA ALCORN and WILLIAM MATTINGLY are:
i. JONATHON KEITH7 MATTINGLY, b. November 17, 1971, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
ii. ROBERT GLENN MATTINGLY, b. February 24, 1974, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
iii. WILLIAM SCOTT MATTINGLY, b. September 26, 1975, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Children of BARBARA ALCORN and WILLIAM STILL are:
iv. WILLIAM HENRY7 STILL, b. February 18, 1979, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
v. BRADLEY EVERETT STILL, b. April 09, 1983, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
105. MICHAEL ATHONY SR. ALCORN

MICHAEL ANTHONY SR. ALCORN (CHESTER JOHN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born October 29, 1955 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married (1) VICKIE HILL September 30, 1973 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She was born Abt. 1955. He married (2) VICKI CASE May 06, 1980 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She was born Abt. 1955. He married (3) MELINDA GERON June 20, 1998 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She was born Abt. 1955.

Children of MICHAEL ALCORN and VICKIE HILL are:
i. MICHAEL ANTHONY JR.7 ALCORN, b. April 22, 1974, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
ii. SCOTT ANTHONY ALCORN, b. June 15, 1975, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
iii. MARK ANTHONY ALCORN, b. June 30, 1976, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Children of MICHAEL ALCORN and VICKI CASE are:
iv. SEAN MICHAEL7 ALCORN, b. February 14, 1980, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
v. LISA MICHELLE ALCORN, b. June 21, 1981, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
vi. ADAM ALCORN, b. April 27, 1987, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
vii. JAMIE LYNN ALCORN, b. September 19, 1993, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Children of MICHAEL ALCORN and MELINDA GERON are:
viii. LINDA MICHELLE7 ALCORN, b. April 02, 1998, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
ix. JONATHAN ALCORN, b. Abt. 1999, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.
106. PATRICK HENRY ALCORN

PATRICK HENRY ALCORN (CHESTER JOHN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born January 01, 1961 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married (1) BONNIE Abt. 1975. She was born Abt. 1961. He married (2) CONNIE LEE KEIFER December 02, 1978 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She was born June 22, 1962 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married (3) UNKNOWN Abt. 1985. She was born Abt. 1961.

Children of PATRICK ALCORN and BONNIE are:
i. MAGAN7 ALCORN, b. Abt. 1976.
ii. PATRICK JR. ALCORN, b. Abt. 1978.

Children of PATRICK ALCORN and CONNIE KEIFER are:
iii. DANA STARR7 ALCORN, b. June 06, 1979, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Notes for DANA STARR ALCORN:
Dana and Dawn are twins.

iv. DAWN RENEE ALCORN, b. June 06, 1979, Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Child of PATRICK ALCORN and UNKNOWN is:
v. AMANDA7 ALCORN, b. Abt. 1986.
107. DAVID ALCORN

DAVID ALCORN (CHESTER JOHN5, O'DELLA KATHERYN4 SHIELDS, JOHN HENRY3, HARRISON BAKER2, WILLIAM1) was born April 27, 1970 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. He married JENNIFER LYNN SOEDER October 20, 1998 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY. She was born August 20, 1979 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY.

Children of DAVID ALCORN and JENNIFER SOEDER are:
i. BRITTANY7 ALCORN, b. Abt. 1999.
ii. PAULA ALCORN, b. Abt. 2000.