Enoch Oscar Holbrook
and Nancy Evelyn Webb

Enoch Oscar Holbrook b 1 Jan 1850 KY d 22 Jan 1929 Mayking, Letcher Co KY; s/o Randolph Holbrook and Jane Webb. Enoch Oscar Holbrook m. 31 Oct 1871 Letcher Co KY to Nancy Evelyn Webb b 6 May 1849 Letcher Co KY d 25 Oct 1922; buried Holbrook Cemetery, Sergent, Letcher Co KY; d/o Miles Mayo Webb and Mary Holbrook. Children of Enoch Oscar Holbrook and Nancy Evelyn Webb;

1. Miles Mayo Holbrook b 22 Sept 1871 KY

2. William Oliver Holbrook b 21 Jan 1875 KY d 17 Sept 1968 Whitley KY; m. 4 Oct 1896 Letcher Co KY to Mary Kincer b 17 Sept 1876 d 10 Aug 1947 Harlan Co KY; d/o Frederick Kincer and Frances Adams.

3. Randall Henry Holbrook b 19 May 1878 KY

4. Benjamin Lawrence Holbrook b 28 Sept 1879 KY

5. Henrietta Henna Holbrook b 5 Dec 1881 Letcher Co KY

6. Nancy Ann Holbrook b 28 Jan 1884 KY

7. Jennifer Holbrook b Oct 1886 Letcher Co KY

8. James Monroe Holbrook b 13 Aug 1888 KY

9. Jesse Patton Holbrook b 15 Feb 1891 KY

10. Annanias Hatler Holbrook b 26 Jan 1894 Letcher Co KY

1900 Letcher Co KY Census
360 360 Holbrooks Oscar Head W M 50 M 29 KY KY KY Farmer
360 360 Holbrooks Nancy Wife W F 54 M 29 10 10 KY KY KY
360 360 Holbrooks R. H. Son W M 23 S KY KY KY
360 360 Holbrooks Lawrence Son W M 20 S KY KY KY
360 360 Holbrooks Henna Daughter W F 19 S KY KY KY
360 360 Holbrooks Nancy Daughter W F 16 S KY KY KY
360 360 Holbrooks Jannie Daughter W F 13 S KY KY KY
360 360 Holbrooks Monroe Son 12 S KY KY KY
360 360 Holbrooks Jessie Son W M 9 S KY KY KY
360 360 Holbrooks Annania Son W M 6 S KY KY KY

Obituary: Enoch Holbrook
1 Jan 1850 - 22 Jan 29
Veteran Citizen Is No More

At his old home near Mayking yesterday morning, Enoch A. Holbrook, eighty or eighty-one, after several days illness with flu, passed over the silent river. He was well known in most sections of the county and a decendant (sic) from several of the old pioneer families that settled here more than a century ago. Ause, as he was known, was a grandson of old Dutch Webb, and a son-in-law of the late Miles M. Webb.

He is survived by three brothers, Ben, Jason L., and William and probably two sisters residing in Virginia. He leaves several grand-sons and daughters all of whom have families. His wife preceded him in death some three years ago. The deceased was a long-standing member of the old Thornton Baptist Church and in his younger years was active in the affairs of the church. Besides the immediate members of his own family he leaves a big relationship all over the Eastern part of the State. He will be missed by his host of relatives and friends. The Eagle extends sympathies to all the bereaved.

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