James Wesley Jemes Fleming
and Virgie Loucindy Stewart
James Wesley Jemes Fleming b Jul 1888; buried Fleming Graveyard, Joe's Branch, Jenkins, Letcher Co KY; s/o Solomon Black Sol
Fleming and Esther F Branham. James Wesley Jemes Fleming m. Susie Cook. James Wesley Jemes Fleming m. 16 May 1910, Pike Co KY to Virgie Loucindy Stewart b 5 Mar 1895 Etty, Pike
Co KY; d/o Robert Bob Stewart and Mary Mullins. Children of James Wesley Jemes Fleming and
Virgie Loucindy Stewart;
L-R: James Wesley Jemes Fleming, Sollie Jane Fleming and Lou Cindy Stewart
1. Rose Frances Fleming b 1 May 1911 m. (1) Dempsie Mullins. Rose Frances Fleming m. (2) Gabe Wright.
2. Oscar V Fleming b 8 Oct 1912 Myra KY d 25 Jun 1986 Jenkins, Letcher Co KY; m. 5 Jul 1937 to Dorothy Cook b 13 Feb 1920 Knott Co KY d 21 Jan 1983 Jenkins, Letcher Co KY; buried Joe's Branch, Jenkins, KY. Children of Oscar V Fleming and Dorothy Cook
I. Doris Ann Fleming; m. Male Hall.
II. James Wesley Fleming
III. Bobby Lee Fleming
IV. Thurman Ray Fleming
V. Paul Terry Fleming
3. Cassie Ellen Fleming b 14 Aug 1914; m. Avis Sexton.
4. Mary Belva Fleming b 13 Sept 1916; m. Charlie Moore.
5. Lexie Fleming b 7 Jul 1920; m. 4 Dec 1937 to Orville Belcher b 8 Oct 1919 Pike Co KY d 15 Aug 1988; s/o
W C Belcher and Cordelia Hall.
6. Sollie Jane Fleming; m. Thomas Stewart.
7. Roscoe Fleming d 18 mos of age; buried Etty, Pike Co KY
8. Tessie Myrtle (aka Jesse) d age 9 mos; buried Etty, Pike Co KY
OBITUARY OF OSCAR FLEMING
Oscar Fleming, age 73 of Joe's Branch passed from this life on Wednesday, June 25, 1986 at his residence in Joe's Branch, Kentucky. He was the son of the late James Wesley Fleming and Virgie Stewart Fleming born October 8, 1912 in Myra, Kentucky. He was preceded in death by his wife, Dorthy Fleming.
Survivors are four sons: Paul Terry Fleming of Shelby Gap, Kentucky; Thurmun Ray Fleming of Jenkins, Kentucky; Bobby Lee Fleming of Jenkins, Kentucky; and James Wesley Fleming of Cromona, Kentucky; one daughter, Doris Ann Hall of Jenkins, Kentucky, 11 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren; three sisters: Rosie Mullins of Kingsport, Tennessee; Lexie Belcher of Shelby Gap, Kentucky; and Sollie Stanley of Barber, Ohio. Oscar was a member of the Regular Baptist Church and a retired coal miner.
Funeral Service for Oscar Fleming were held at Burdine Freewill Baptist Church Burdine, Kentucky on Saturday, June 28, 1986 at 11 :00 a.m. The Officiating Minister: Rev. John DePriest. Pallbearers: Sons and Grandsons. Burial In family plot of Fleming and Mullins Cemetery Joe's Branch, Kentucky. Polly & Craft Funeral Home of Jenkins, Kentucky in charge of the funeral arrangements.