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143. NANCY JANE8 RUNYON (ASA HARMAN7, ADRON6, JOHN5, ISAAC4, JOSEPH3 RUNYAN, THOMAS2, VINCENT1 RONGNION)382 was born 06 Feb 1858382, and died 03 Jan 1946382. She married (1) FLOYD SCOTT382 17 Mar 1881 in Pike County, Kentucky. She married (2) ROBERT SPARKS, SR.382 Aft. 1888.

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LOYD SCOTT and NANCY RUNYON:
Marriage: 17 Mar 1881, Pike County, Kentucky

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OBERT SPARKS and NANCY RUNYON:
Marriage: Aft. 1888
     
Children of N
ANCY RUNYON and FLOYD SCOTT are:
  i.   KENNIE M.9 SCOTT382, b. 31 Mar 1882382; m. SARAH SPARKS382.
  ii.   DOVIE SCOTT382, b. 06 Jan 1884382; m. T.G. TACKETT382.
  iii.   FREELAND SCOTT382, b. 10 Dec 1886382; m. VICY WOLFORD382.
  iv.   BERTHA SCOTT382, b. 10 Jan 1888382; m. (1) MACK RUTHERFORD382; m. (2) J. H. DICKERSON.
  v.   MILLARD SCOTT382, b. 14 Feb 1890382; d. 02 May 1937382; m. LENA PAULEY382.
  vi.   EMMA SCOTT382, b. 07 Aug 1902382; d. 27 Aug 1902382.
     
Children of NANCY RUNYON and ROBERT SPARKS are:
  vii.   ROBERT9 SPARKS, JR.382.
  viii.   SARAH B. SPARKS382, b. 13 Aug 1897382; m. JACOB RUNYON, JR.; b. 23 Apr 1893, Pike County, Kentucky.
  ix.   ASA SPARKS382.
  x.   ERVA SPARKS382.
  xi.   DOSHIA SPARKS382.


144. THOMAS P. MARTIN8 RUNYON (ASA HARMAN7, ADRON6, JOHN5, ISAAC4, JOSEPH3 RUNYAN, THOMAS2, VINCENT1 RONGNION) was born 07 Dec 1859, and died 1935 in Catlettsburg, Kentucky. He married (1) OLIVE WARMAN 20 Jan 1886 in Boyd County, Kentucky. She was born 27 Dec 1857, and died 29 Jul 1896. He married (2) NELLIE LEACH Aft. 1900.

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HOMAS P. MARTIN RUNYON:
Thomas P. Martin Runyon resided at at his old homestead until his death and was buried in the Asa H. Runyon burial ground in the Catlettsburg, Kentucky area. His last will was probated April 23, 1935, at Catlettsburg.


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LIVE WARMAN:
AKA (Facts Page): Ollie Warman

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HOMAS RUNYON and OLIVE WARMAN:
Marriage: 20 Jan 1886, Boyd County, Kentucky

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HOMAS RUNYON and NELLIE LEACH:
Marriage: Aft. 1900
     
Children of T
HOMAS RUNYON and OLIVE WARMAN are:
  i.   JOHN CLEAVELAND9 RUNYON.
  ii.   WILLIAM HARRISON RUNYON383, b. 03 Feb 1889, Catlettsburg, Boyd County, Kentucky; d. 21 Sep 1966, Garden Grove, Orange County, California; m. RUTH ANGNES TROY383, 22 Nov 1916, Sidney, Cheyenne County, Nebraska383; b. 13 Mar 1896, Olin, Jones County, Iowa; d. 06 Oct 1976, Buena Park, Orange County, California.
  Notes for WILLIAM HARRISON RUNYON:
William was raised in the area of Catlettsburg, Kentucky. During the 1920's he moved to Colorado and later to Long Beach, California.

  More About WILLIAM RUNYON and RUTH TROY:
Marriage: 22 Nov 1916, Sidney, Cheyenne County, Nebraska383

  iii.   IDA RUNYON384, b. 04 Nov 1894, Boyd County, Kentucky385; d. Feb 1986, Garner, Kentucky385; m. JOHN RANSOM RUNYON386, 27 Feb 1928, Cattlettsburg, Boyd County, Kentucky387; b. 24 Jun 1887, McVeigh, Pike County, Kentucky388; d. 22 Nov 1961, Ironton, Ohio.
  Notes for JOHN RANSOM RUNYON:
John used both the Runyan and Runyon spellings of his lastname, however, he adopted the spelling of RUNYON, at an unknown point in time. As a result, public records can be found relating to John under both spellings of his last name, and the 1930 Census for Boyd County, Kentucky used the spelling of RUNYONS. The name was spelled RUNYAN on the marriage records of wifes Monnie Hall, Ida Runyon, and Ella Belle Collins, but with RUNYON on the marrage record of Ethel Queen.

The 1920 Census for Boyd County, Kentucky lists John as employed as a sanitary Dept Engineer. In later years he worked as an auto mechanic as listed on several of his marriage records. His son Ira W. Runyan said that his father had several jobs as an auto mechanic. He is listed as a jewler on his 1930 marriage record to Ethel Queen.

John was a watchmaker for most of his life, who owned and operated a watch repair business in Russell, Kentucky and Ironton, Ohio. His son Julius Clifton Runyon took over the family business after the death of John.

John Ransom Runyon's hobby was making black powder weapons and had a small trailer in his back yard set up as a machine shop for producing his guns.

Robert & Amos Runyon listed in their book Runyon Genealogy, 1955 on page 48 three (3) wifes of John Ransom Runyan (1st- Pearlie Church 0n September 21,1910, 2nd- Monnie Hall and 3rd- Ella Belle Collins), however, his son Ira W. Runyan has stated that his father was married Seven (7) times. Ira W. Runyan speculated that his uncle Amos (John's brother) may have listed only three marriages because he was embarrassed with the number of wifes John had.

It is noted that Amos Runyon was elected a member of the House of Representatives of the Kentucky legislature in 1943 and remained in that position for ten years (the period he was writing his book), which could explain his not wanting to print any thing which could be viewed by foes in a negative manner. On the other hand, he may not have known the identity of the other wifes of John. It is further noted that written on the marriage records filed in Boyd County, Kentucky for Ethel Queen and Ella Collins, is the phrase "PLEASE DO NOT PUBLISH". John Ransom may have wished to keep knowledge of his marrages from his former wifes.

Ira W. Runyan stated that he saw one wife of John only one time, she was a "redhead" , the marriage not lasting long, ending with her going to Navada for a divorce. Two other wifes were Ethel Queen (AKA Ethel Rice) and Ida Runyon daughter of Thomas P. Martin Runyon known as "Uncle Mart". He could not remember the name of the seventh wife, however his father lived with a Leolia Mullions for a while and he may have married her.

According to Ira W. Runyan, after Ida Runyon divorced John Ransom Runyan she married George Slone.

Iona Virginia (Runyon) Raley confirmed Ida's marriage to John Ransom by means of E-mail by stating
" I do not know when my Aunt Ida (Runyon) married George Slone but it must have been by the 1950's. Since Aunt Ida lived in Kentucky and I lived in California we never met although we did correspond. I do remember my father telling me that Aunt Ida married 3 times. I don't know the name of her first husband but the second one was Ransom Runyon and the third was George Slone."

On 10/28/1921 John Ransom Runyon shot and killed his younger brother Greeley Runyon during an argument. Research from Julia O Mitchel, Lexington, KY located the following newspaper account of the incident.

Big Sandy News [Louisa, Lawrence co KY], 4 November, 1921

BROTHER KILLS BROTHER IN BOYD


Greeley Runyon, a farmer of Hatfield Station, near Catlettsburg, was shot and almost instantly killed at 11 a.m., today by his brother, Ransom Runyon, following a quarrel which resulted from Greeley's pushing an automobile over Ransom while the latter was doing work on it.

Ransom was said to be repairing an automobile near Greeley Runyon's home when Greeley pushed the car over Ransom. When Ransom resented the act, which was attributed to the report that Greeley had been drinking, Ransom struck Greeley with a sled standard. After a tussle, Ransom departed for his home, telling Greeley not to follow him.

Greeley insisted, however, on following and when the latter insisted on entering Ransom's home against the protests of both Ransom and his wife, Ransom went inside and obtained a .38 calibre revolver and shot him through the head. He died on the front porch of the home.

Ransom then remained at his home while others notified the authorities in Catlettsburg. Ransom did not resist arrest but went peaceably with the others to the jail.

The Runyons are members of a well-known and respected family in the section of Hatfield Station, just outside the city limits of Catlettsburg and on the Big Sandy division of the Chesapeake and Ohio railway. Joe Runyon, a farmer, is the father of the two young men.

Greeley Runyon was married but had no children [sic]. Ransom is married and has two children.-
Ashland Independent

Ransom Runyon was tried before county judge Watson Monday afternoon and was acquitted of the charge. A case of self-defense was clearly proven by the parents of the dead man and of the defendent [sic] who returned home with his parents.

Note that Greeley had children, and a family story suggests that Ransom may have provided for them after the incidents described above.\\


  More About JOHN RANSOM RUNYON:
Cause of Death: Massive heart attack

  More About JOHN RUNYON and IDA RUNYON:
Marriage: 27 Feb 1928, Cattlettsburg, Boyd County, Kentucky389

  iv.   THOMAS RUNYON.


145. JOSEPH ADRON8 RUNYON (JOHN COMPTON7, ADRON6, JOHN5, ISAAC4, JOSEPH3 RUNYAN, THOMAS2, VINCENT1 RONGNION)390 was born 05 May 1857, and died 22 May 1922. He married COLUMBIA HATFIELD 04 Sep 1872 in Pike County, Kentucky, daughter of RANSOM HATFIELD and TABITHA TAYLOR. She was born 16 Apr 1858, and died 23 Jul 1948.

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OSEPH ADRON RUNYON:
Cause of Death: Diabetes
Occupation: Farmer

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OLUMBIA HATFIELD:
Ransom Hatfield and Tabitha "Vicy" Taylor were Columbia's parents. They lived in Pike County, Kentucky for many years, then purchased farm land on the Big Sandy River near Catlettsburg where they lived and died. They were buried in the Ransom Hatfield Cemetery near the Homestead. After their deaths, Columbia inherited the homestead.

The Ransom Hatfield farm and homestead was located next to the homestead property owned by Thomas P. Martin Runyon.

Ashland Oil purchased the property many years later and moved the Ransom Hatfield Cemetery and the nearby Asa H. Runyon burial ground to a new location between Catlettsburg and Ashland, Kentucky.

Columbia's mother was a sister of Margaret Taylor, wife of Mitchell Runyon, who was the eldest son of Adron and Jane Maynard.

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OSEPH RUNYON and COLUMBIA HATFIELD:
Marriage: 04 Sep 1872, Pike County, Kentucky
     
Children of J
OSEPH RUNYON and COLUMBIA HATFIELD are:
  i.   IRA9 RUNYON391, b. 06 Sep 1874391; d. 18 Sep 1935; m. JUDY BALL, 17 Dec 1891; b. 23 Jul 1873; d. 15 Nov 1953, Michigan392.
  Notes for IRA RUNYON:
Ira Runyon was a member of the Pike County Board of Education (Kentucky) at the time of his death (1935).

He is buried in the Taylor Cemetery at Stone, Kentucky.


  More About IRA RUNYON and JUDY BALL:
Marriage: 17 Dec 1891

  ii.   CORA ANGELINE RUNYON393, b. 24 Sep 1876393; d. 07 May 1917, Pike County, Kentucky; m. (1) JARRED STILTNER, 26 Mar 1891; m. (2) HENRY C. SMITH, 16 Nov 1895.
  More About JARRED STILTNER and CORA RUNYON:
Marriage: 26 Mar 1891

  More About HENRY SMITH and CORA RUNYON:
Marriage: 16 Nov 1895

  iii.   AMOS RUNYON394, b. 29 May 1881, McVeigh, Pike County, Kentucky394; d. Sep 1962, Kentucky; m. FANNIE J. RUNYON394, 11 Apr 1901, Willianaon, WV394; b. 07 Sep 1882, Pike County, KY394; d. 1967, Williamson, WV.
  Notes for AMOS RUNYON:
Amos Runyan of Belfry, Kentucky was a lawyer, legislator, and educator. He spent most of his life in the field of education as a teacher, principal, supervisor and assistant superintendent of Pike County schools.

He was admitted to the bar in 1915 and practiced law for about two years. He was elected a member of the House of Representatives of the Kentucky legislature in 1943 and remained in that position for ten years.

Amos Runyon was the co-author of "Runyon Genealogy" Privately Printed in Brownsville, Texas : 1955.

  More About AMOS RUNYON and FANNIE RUNYON:
Marriage: 11 Apr 1901, Willianaon, WV394

  iv.   WILLIAM THOMAS RUNYON395, b. 28 Jan 1884395; d. 10 Aug 1917395; m. CARRIE BAUER395, 08 Feb 1905, Williamson, West Virginia395; b. , Scioto County, Ohio395.
  More About CARRIE BAUER:
Residence: 1955, Montana395

  More About WILLIAM RUNYON and CARRIE BAUER:
Marriage: 08 Feb 1905, Williamson, West Virginia395

  v.   JOHN RANSOM RUNYON395, b. 24 Jun 1887, McVeigh, Pike County, Kentucky395; d. 22 Nov 1961, Ironton, Ohio; m. (1) PEARLIE CHURCH395, 21 Sep 1910, Pike County, Kentucky395; m. (2) MONNIE HALL395, 10 Jan 1917, Greenup County, Kentucky396,397; b. 12 Jul 1900, Magoffin County, Kentucky; d. 30 Mar 1927, Boyd County, Kentucky; m. (3) IDA RUNYON398, 27 Feb 1928, Cattlettsburg, Boyd County, Kentucky399; b. 04 Nov 1894, Boyd County, Kentucky400; d. Feb 1986, Garner, Kentucky400; m. (4) ETHEL QUEEN401, 21 Feb 1930, Catlettsburg, Boyd County, Kentucky401; b. Abt. 1894, Boyd County, Kentucky; m. (5) ELLA BELLE COLLINS SLACK402,403, 26 Jun 1943, Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky404; b. 23 Feb 1894, Brackin County, Kentucky; d. 13 Feb 1967, Ironton, Ohio.
  Notes for JOHN RANSOM RUNYON:
John used both the Runyan and Runyon spellings of his lastname, however, he adopted the spelling of RUNYON, at an unknown point in time. As a result, public records can be found relating to John under both spellings of his last name, and the 1930 Census for Boyd County, Kentucky used the spelling of RUNYONS. The name was spelled RUNYAN on the marriage records of wifes Monnie Hall, Ida Runyon, and Ella Belle Collins, but with RUNYON on the marrage record of Ethel Queen.

The 1920 Census for Boyd County, Kentucky lists John as employed as a sanitary Dept Engineer. In later years he worked as an auto mechanic as listed on several of his marriage records. His son Ira W. Runyan said that his father had several jobs as an auto mechanic. He is listed as a jewler on his 1930 marriage record to Ethel Queen.

John was a watchmaker for most of his life, who owned and operated a watch repair business in Russell, Kentucky and Ironton, Ohio. His son Julius Clifton Runyon took over the family business after the death of John.

John Ransom Runyon's hobby was making black powder weapons and had a small trailer in his back yard set up as a machine shop for producing his guns.

Robert & Amos Runyon listed in their book Runyon Genealogy, 1955 on page 48 three (3) wifes of John Ransom Runyan (1st- Pearlie Church 0n September 21,1910, 2nd- Monnie Hall and 3rd- Ella Belle Collins), however, his son Ira W. Runyan has stated that his father was married Seven (7) times. Ira W. Runyan speculated that his uncle Amos (John's brother) may have listed only three marriages because he was embarrassed with the number of wifes John had.

It is noted that Amos Runyon was elected a member of the House of Representatives of the Kentucky legislature in 1943 and remained in that position for ten years (the period he was writing his book), which could explain his not wanting to print any thing which could be viewed by foes in a negative manner. On the other hand, he may not have known the identity of the other wifes of John. It is further noted that written on the marriage records filed in Boyd County, Kentucky for Ethel Queen and Ella Collins, is the phrase "PLEASE DO NOT PUBLISH". John Ransom may have wished to keep knowledge of his marrages from his former wifes.

Ira W. Runyan stated that he saw one wife of John only one time, she was a "redhead" , the marriage not lasting long, ending with her going to Navada for a divorce. Two other wifes were Ethel Queen (AKA Ethel Rice) and Ida Runyon daughter of Thomas P. Martin Runyon known as "Uncle Mart". He could not remember the name of the seventh wife, however his father lived with a Leolia Mullions for a while and he may have married her.

According to Ira W. Runyan, after Ida Runyon divorced John Ransom Runyan she married George Slone.

Iona Virginia (Runyon) Raley confirmed Ida's marriage to John Ransom by means of E-mail by stating
" I do not know when my Aunt Ida (Runyon) married George Slone but it must have been by the 1950's. Since Aunt Ida lived in Kentucky and I lived in California we never met although we did correspond. I do remember my father telling me that Aunt Ida married 3 times. I don't know the name of her first husband but the second one was Ransom Runyon and the third was George Slone."

On 10/28/1921 John Ransom Runyon shot and killed his younger brother Greeley Runyon during an argument. Research from Julia O Mitchel, Lexington, KY located the following newspaper account of the incident.

Big Sandy News [Louisa, Lawrence co KY], 4 November, 1921

BROTHER KILLS BROTHER IN BOYD


Greeley Runyon, a farmer of Hatfield Station, near Catlettsburg, was shot and almost instantly killed at 11 a.m., today by his brother, Ransom Runyon, following a quarrel which resulted from Greeley's pushing an automobile over Ransom while the latter was doing work on it.

Ransom was said to be repairing an automobile near Greeley Runyon's home when Greeley pushed the car over Ransom. When Ransom resented the act, which was attributed to the report that Greeley had been drinking, Ransom struck Greeley with a sled standard. After a tussle, Ransom departed for his home, telling Greeley not to follow him.

Greeley insisted, however, on following and when the latter insisted on entering Ransom's home against the protests of both Ransom and his wife, Ransom went inside and obtained a .38 calibre revolver and shot him through the head. He died on the front porch of the home.

Ransom then remained at his home while others notified the authorities in Catlettsburg. Ransom did not resist arrest but went peaceably with the others to the jail.

The Runyons are members of a well-known and respected family in the section of Hatfield Station, just outside the city limits of Catlettsburg and on the Big Sandy division of the Chesapeake and Ohio railway. Joe Runyon, a farmer, is the father of the two young men.

Greeley Runyon was married but had no children [sic]. Ransom is married and has two children.-
Ashland Independent

Ransom Runyon was tried before county judge Watson Monday afternoon and was acquitted of the charge. A case of self-defense was clearly proven by the parents of the dead man and of the defendent [sic] who returned home with his parents.

Note that Greeley had children, and a family story suggests that Ransom may have provided for them after the incidents described above.\\


  More About JOHN RANSOM RUNYON:
Cause of Death: Massive heart attack

  More About JOHN RUNYON and PEARLIE CHURCH:
Marriage: 21 Sep 1910, Pike County, Kentucky405

  Notes for MONNIE HALL:
According to family stories, Monnie Hall's mother was a "full blooded" Cherokee, however, Fred Hoskins (hoskins@wsu.edu) the son of Monnie's sister Niota has been gathering information on his family for 35 years. He has documented the family history of Barbara Printha Whitt (Monnie's mother) for many generations on both sides, and there is no evidence of Indian blood from either side. A search of the Dawes Roll at National Archives Information Locator (NAIL) at www.nars.gov "Southwest Regional" also seems to disprove the "Cherokee Story"

Mommie died at a young age of 26 years and was buried in the Ransom Hatfield Cemetery near Catlettsburg, Kentucky.

Ashland Oil in later years purchased the land upon which the Ransom Hatfield Cemetery and the Asa H. Runyon burial ground were located. Ashland Oil moved the graves in these two sites to Williams Cemetery (now known as Golden Oaks Memorial Gardens) located at the city line between Catlettsburg and Ashland, Kentucky, which is across the Ohio River from South Point, Ohio. The Stone marking her grave was hand carved by her husband John Ransom Runyon.

  More About JOHN RUNYON and MONNIE HALL:
Death of one spouse: 30 Mar 1927, Boyd County, Kentucky
Marriage: 10 Jan 1917, Greenup County, Kentucky406,407

  More About JOHN RUNYON and IDA RUNYON:
Marriage: 27 Feb 1928, Cattlettsburg, Boyd County, Kentucky408

  More About JOHN RUNYON and ETHEL QUEEN:
Marriage: 21 Feb 1930, Catlettsburg, Boyd County, Kentucky409

  More About JOHN RUNYON and ELLA SLACK:
Marriage: 26 Jun 1943, Ashland, Boyd County, Kentucky410

  vi.   GREELEY L. RUNYON411, b. 04 Sep 1893, McVeigh, Kentucky411; d. 28 Oct 1921, England Hill Voting Precinct, Boyd County, KY; m. (1) MELDA LAWSON, 08 Feb 1913; m. (2) JOSIE CHAMBERS, Bef. 1918; d. 09 Jun 1980.
  Notes for GREELEY L. RUNYON:
Greeley Runyon died on 28 October, 1921, KY Boyd Co, England Hill Voting
Precinct, "outside of city limits", KY Death Certificate #23315, Registered
No 66, Informant was Joseph Runyon, Cattlesburg, KY, and
his father is listed as Joseph Runyon, born Elliott Co, KY, and mother
Columbia Hatfield, birthplace, Pike Co, KY. Miller Funeral Home, and burial
on 30 October 1921, in Runyon Cemetery. Cause of death is listed as gunshot wound- Fraticide.

Research from Julia O Mitchel, Lexington, KY

Big Sandy News [Louisa, Lawrence co KY], 4 November, 1921

BROTHER KILLS BROTHER IN BOYD


Greeley Runyon, a farmer of Hatfield Station, near Catlettsburg, was shot and almost instantly killed at 11 a.m., today by his brother, Ransom Runyon, following a quarrel which resulted from Greeley's pushing an automobile over Ransom while the latter was doing work on it.

Ransom was said to be repairing an automobile near Greeley Runyon's home when Greeley pushed the car over Ransom. When Ransom resented the act, which was attributed to the report that Greeley had been drinking, Ransom struck Greeley with a sled standard. After a tussle, Ransom departed for his home, telling Greeley not to follow him.

Greeley insisted, however, on following and when the latter insisted on entering Ransom's home against the protests of both Ransom and his wife, Ransom went inside and obtained a .38 calibre revolver and shot him through the head. He died on the front porch of the home.

Ransom then remained at his home while others notified the authorities in Catlettsburg. Ransom did not resist arrest but went peaceably with the others to the jail.

The Runyons are members of a well-known and respected family in the section of Hatfield Station, just outside the city limits of Catlettsburg and on the Big Sandy division of the Chesapeake and Ohio railway. Joe Runyon, a farmer, is the father of the two young men.

Greeley Runyon was married but had no children [sic]. Ransom is married and has two children.-
Ashland Independent

Ransom Runyon was tried before county judge Watson Monday afternoon and was acquitted of the charge. A case of self-defense was clearly proven by the parents of the dead man and of the defendent [sic] who returned home with his parents.

Note that Greeley had children, and a family story suggests that Ransom may have provided for them after the incidents described above.\\


  More About GREELEY L. RUNYON:
Burial: 30 Oct 1921, Runyon Cemetery
Cause of Death: gunshot wound - Fraticide

  More About GREELEY RUNYON and MELDA LAWSON:
Marriage: 08 Feb 1913

  Notes for JOSIE CHAMBERS:
Josie Runyon married on 5 October 1922, to Frank Edward Shumann, in
Catlettsburg, KY, he was age 35, divorced, and she was age 24, widowed. Her parents are given as
Wade Chambers and Martha McGlothin.
Source: Boyd Co, KY Marriage Book 50, page No 43.

Guardian Bond, Kentucky, Book 4, page 179, Josephine Runyon Schumann, was
made Guardian to Ermel, 12 yrs, Garnett Charlene, William Thomas, age 5
years, bond of $1000, signed 22 March 1926. signed Josephine Runyon
Schumann.

Josephine later married Clarence Stanley. Josephine died as Mrs. Clarence
Stanley. Her will is recorded in Boyd Co, KY Courthouse in Will Book 24,
page 587, dated 2 October 1973, and she leaves her property to husband
Clarence Stanley. Husband appointed executor. In the event of both of
their deaths, she leaves all estate to "our" daughter Lillian Ernestine S.
Osburn in fee simple.
Recorded on 20 June, 1980, stating that Josephine Stanley died 9 June 1980,
a resident of this county, by Ray L. Slone, Clerk, recorded in Vol 24, page
588.


  More About GREELEY RUNYON and JOSIE CHAMBERS:
Marriage: Bef. 1918



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