Mrs. William Riddle

Shelby Sentinel, Shelbyville, KY, Fri, Oct 15, 1943, pg 5

Mrs. Riddle Dies On Eminence Road - Funeral Services And Burial Tuesday Morning - Mrs. Anna Riddle, 76, died at 6 a.m. Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Miller on the Eminence Road.  Mrs. Riddle was a native of Franklin County and the widow of William Riddle. She was a daughter of James and Mary Middleton Finney, members of prominent families. Mrs. Riddle was a lady of sterling character and her love and loyalty to her family and friends could not be excelled.   Surviving her are four sons, William Riddle, Lonnie Riddle, and Ernest Riddle, Shelby County; George Riddle, Detroit, Mich., four daughters, Mrs. John Miller, Mrs. Maude Bramlett and Mrs. Annie Huffman, Shelby County; Mrs. Gregory Clampett, Cincinnati; two brothers, James Finney, Indianapolis, and A. T. Finney, Waddy; two sisters, Mrs. D. C. Renfro, Detroit; Mrs. Lillie Bradley, Billings, Montana.   Funeral services were conducted at 10:30 Tuesday morning at the residence of Mrs. Miller by the Rev. Wayne Bell. Interment followed in Grove Hill Cemetery.

SOURCE:  Contributed by Linda Crose.

Calvin Reynolds

Calvin Reynolds, 75 Dies At Mt. Eden

Published Friday 21 May 1943, Shelby Sentinel

Calvin Reynolds, 75, died at the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Rosa Reynolds at Mt. Eden, May 6 at 6 p.m.

Mr. Reynolds was a son of Vincent and Louisa Reynolds.  His death is a source of sorrow to all who knew him.  Besides Mrs. Rosa Reynolds he is survived by a sister, Mrs. Ida Cook, Louisville.

Funeral services were conducted last Saturday at the Upper Briar Ridge Christian Church at 2 p.m. by the Rev. C. M. Railey, assisted by the Rev. R. L. Crump. Interment followed in the church cemetery.

The pallbearers were: Oscar Richardson, Berry Harden, J. E. Reynolds, Hubert Richardson, Clarence Armstrong, and Reynolds.

SOURCE:   Transcribed from various sources by Tamryn Glaser.


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