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872. Leeburn White Kimbleton

Lee Kimbleton, age 81, passed away at 3:50 p.m., Monday, February 2 inthe Tucker County Hospital, Parsons, W.Va., after an illness of onemont

The son of the late Preston Henry and Sebra Ellen Holbrook Kimbleton,he was born in Morgan County, August 19, 1877 but had been a residentof Paintsville for 56 years.

He was married to Cora Alice Blanton Kimbleton, who preceded him indeath April 23, 1932. Mr. Kimbleton was a retired farmer. Survivorsinclude two sons, Kendall Kimbleton, East Chicago, Ind., and KendrickKimbleton of Leadmine W.Va. and one sister, Mrs. Crochie Blanton,Greenup.

Funeral services were held at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, February 5 inChapel of the Jones and Preston Funeral Home with Lonza Reed asofficiating minister. Burial followed in the family cemetery at Win,Kentucky.

874. Anna Candice Kimbleton

Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Salyer Tackett, 72, of Wheelersburg,Ky., were held at 10 a. m. Monday at the United Baptist Church atWheelersburg, with the Reverends Lonza Reed, Ham Jenkins, and DonaConley officiating.

She succumbed at 11 p. m. Friday at her home after an illness of onlya few days.

A native of Morgan county, she was the daughter of the late Prestonand Ellen Holbrook Kimbleton. She was a member of the United BaptistChurch. She was first married to Levi Salyer and later wedded toGeorge Tackett. Both preceded her in death.

Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Ira Cantrell, of Minefork,Ky., Mrs. Clyde Bayes and Mrs. Jim Cheek, both of Mechanicsburg, O.;four sons, Tona S. Salyer, of Wheelersburg, Ky., Granville Salyer, ofSpringfield, O., and Fonza Salyer, of Mechanicsburg, O.; one brother,Lee Kimbleton, of Paintsville, and one sister, Mrs. Croshie Blanton,of Rice, Ky., in Greenup county.

Following the services, burial was made in the family cemetery underthe direction of the Paintsville Funeral Home.

Paintsville Herald
April 17, 1952

Caleb Paris Blanton

Paris Blanton, 70, well-known miner and farmer, died at 2:00 pmSaturday, December 8, 1951, at his home in Flatwoods following anillness of several months.

A native of Johnson County he was born April 16, 1881 at Win, KY., theson of the late Jesse and Elizabeth Reed Blanton. He was a member ofthe Low Gap United Baptist Church which he joined about thirty yearsago.

He was married in 1904 to Croshie Kimbleton, who survives him.Preceding him in death were two daughters, Elizabeth and Hester andfive sisters.

Surviving besides his widow are eight children, Mrs. Ellen Gruber,Flatwoods, Haden Blanton, Bridgeport, Ohio, Mrs. Minnie Conley, NorthKenova, Ohio, William P. Blanton, Detroit, Michigan, Mrs. MyrtleDaniels, Wurtland, Mrs. Aileen Gregory, Otway, Ohio, David J. andFranklin Blanton at home.

Also surviving are three brothers, Ernest and William Blanton,Ashland, KY and Irvin Blanton, St. Louis, Michigan, one sister, Mrs.William Parson, Ashland. Surviving also are 13 grandchildren and 11great grandchildren.

Funeral services were conducted at 2:00 p.m., Tuesday at the Churchwith burial in the cemetery.

Paintsville Herald
December 13, 1951

Sallie Pennington

Mrs. Sally Pennington Kimbleton Cantrell, 70, wife of Shade Cantrellof Mine Fork, died Monday night (May 23 1955) at her home following anillness of several years.

Born May 18, 1885 in Johnson County, she was the daughter of Jesse andSarah Salyer Pennington. She had been a resident of Mine Fork for 8years.

She was preceded in death by her first husband, Tom Henry Kimbleton.

Surviving besides her husband are one son, Walter Kimbleton, Columbus,Ohio; five stepsons, Mitchell, Elliott and J.C. Cantrell, all of MineFork; Winifred and Claude Cantrell, both of Fairborn, Ohio; and onestepdaughter, Mrs. Alma Tackett, Harold, Ky.

Other survivors include three brothers, Willie and Noah Pennington,both of Mine Fork; Amos Pennington, Central, Kentucky; three sisters,Flora Pennington, Sina Pennington, Blue Diamond; and Mattie Curtis,Central, Kentucky.

Funeral services were held this morning at the home at Mine Fork withthe Revs. Claude Preston and Charley Lemaster officiating. Burial wasmade in the family cemetery in Morgan County.


878. James Mardy Kimbleton

J. M. Kimbleton a prominent and popular young business man atStaffordsville, Ky. was fatally injured in an automobile accident anddied at the Paintsville Hospital on Monday August 15th, 1927.

The car in which he was riding upset over an embankment at TeaasBranch and although he was immediately taken to the hospital andeverything possibly done for him he lived only a few hours.

In the death of Mr. Kimbleton, Johnson loses one of its most promisingyoung citizens. He was a man known to all and universally liked andone who was ever ready to help a friend. He had no enemies.

Mr. Kimbleton was buried at his home at Staffordsville by the Masonswith a crowd of brother members being in attendance and the beautifulceremony of the Order was conducted in an impressive manner.

J. M. Kimbleton was the son of the late Press Kimbleton, one of afamily of twelve. Five boys and seven girls, of this family six yetsurvive. He leaves a wife and six children to mourn the loss of athoughtful and loving husband and a splendid father.

An unusually large crowd was in attendance at the funeral as everyoneloved and respected "Jimmie" as he was called by his acquaintances.

The Paintsville Herald
August 25, 1927

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