Ichabod Bud Sanders
and Mary Ellen Horne
Ichabod I.B. Bud Sanders b 22 Nov 1869 d Mar 29 1920; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; s/o Jacob Sanders and Mahulda Ison. (Findagrave Memorial. Ichabod I.B. Bud Sanders m. Mary Ellen Horne b 10 Mar 1868 Dorton, Pike Co KY d 22 Jul 1939; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; d/o Henry Horne and Eliza Agnes Johnson. Children of Ichabod I.B. Bud Sanders and Mary Ellen Horne;
1. Edith Sanders b 11 Oct 1887 Pike Co Ky d 27 Nov 1973 Stanford, Lincoln Co KY; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; m. Robert Lee Addington b 3 Jan 1883 d 6 May 1959; s/o Thomas Benton Addington and Isabel Jane Salyer. Children of Robert Lee Addington and Edith Sanders;
i. Mollie Ellen Addington b 4 Jul 1904 Virgie, Pike Co KY d 9 Mar 2001 Stanford, Lincoln Co KY; buried Doubles Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; m. Lester Estes b 1 Mar 1900 Lincoln Co KY d 6 Jun 1955 Lincoln Co KY; s/o Cyrus Madison Estes and Salena Reynolds. Children of Lester Estes and Mollie Ellen Addington; I. Ralph Estes b 13 Jan 1924 Lincoln Co Ky d 28 Jun 2008 Danville, Boyle Co KY; m. Velma Gourley. II. Cyrus Marvin Bud Estes b 20 May 1926 d 8 Jun 1998; m. Lemma Maedell Jones. III. Ruby F Estes b 28 Jan 1930 Kings Mt, Lincoln Co KY d 4 Oct 2002 Paducah, McCracken Co KY; m. Rubert Bob Samples.
ii. Lonnie Evin Addington b 24 Mar 1907 Clay Co KY d 30 Oct 1991 Manchester, Clay Co KY; buried Highland United Methodist Church Cemetery, Highland, Lincoln Co KY; m. Gertrude Francis Gertie Taylor b 8 Jul 1906 d 24 Sept 1989; buried Highland Unitied Methodist Church Cemetery, Highland, Lincoln Co KY. Obituary: Lonnie Ervin Addington, 84, Waynesburg, died Wednesday, October 30, 1991, at Manchester Memorial Hospital, Manchester, Kentucky. A Clay County native, he was born March 24, 1907, son of the late Robert Lee and Edith Sanders Addington. He was a retired farmer. His wife, Gertrude Francis Taylor Addington, preceded him in death. Survivors include two sons, Darwin Addinton, Eubank, and Bobby Addington, Halls Gap; three daughters, Marjorie Wilhelm, Cincinnati, Marcelene Stevens, Eubank, and Marlene Haggard, Waynesburg; a sister, Mollie Estes, Kings Mountain; 20 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; and 2 great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Barnett and Demrow Funeral Home with the Rev. Fred Hill officiating. Burial will be in Highland Methodist Church Cemetery, Highland, Lincoln Co KY.
iii. Claude Hurston Addington b 6 Oct 1912 KY d 21 Jul 1974; m. 6 Mar 1930 to Lillian Marie Gooch b 12 Mar 1913 Lincoln Co KY d 25 Mar 1996 Fort Thomas, Campbell Co KY; d/o Craig Gooch and Tenia Singleton. Obituary of Lillian Gooch Addington: Lillian Addington, 83, of Walton, died Monday, March 25, 1996, at St. Luke Hospital, Ft. Thomas. She was born March 12, 1913, a daughter of Craig and Tenia Singleton Gooch. Mrs. Addington was a homemaker and a member of Walton Baptist Church. Survivors include daughters, Mary Jo Mitchell of Walton and Louise Bryant of Flemingsburg; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Barnett and Demrow Funeral Home, Waynesburg. Burial will be in Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY.
iv. Vernon Lloyd Addington b 21 Mar 1915 d 18 Aug 1975 Lincoln Co KY; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; m. Velma Mae Shelton b 29 Sept 1929 Lincoln Co KY d 22 Sept 2015 Stanford, Lincoln Co KY; d/o William Fayette Shelton and Ettie Rachel Phillippi. Children of Vernon Lloyd Addington and Velma Mae Shelton; I. Larry Delano Addington b 12 Feb 1949 KY d 24 Feb 2014 KY; Findagrave Memorial. II. James Adington m. Miriam Unknown. III. Judy Addington m. Lary Files.
Article by Velma Shelton Adington located in the BICENTENNIAL HISTORY OF WAYNESBURG, KENTUCKY AND SOUTHERN LINCOLN COUNTY 1792 - 1992: Page 141: My father, William Fayette Shelton, b 26 Apr 1900 NC, d 14 Nov 1968 KY. He moved to Johnston City, TN, where he met and m 8 Sep 1918 my mother, Ettie Rachel Phillippi. They were members of the Methodist Church. Both are buried in Salyers Cemetery, Casey Co., KY. My grandparents, Thomas and Sarah Phillippi, and my parents came in covered wagons to Casey Co., KY 1919. They settled in the ragged Ridge area. After four years my parents bought land in Lincoln Co. from John L. May, where they built a house and reared their eight children. We grew up in the Ellison-Waynesburg area. Velma Shelton Adington
Obituary: Edith Adington, 86, of Route 1, Kings Mountain, died Tuesday at Fort Logan Hospital in Stanford, after an illness of several years. She was born in Pike County on October 11, 1887, the daughter of Mary Ellen and Ichabod Sanders, both deceased. She married Robert Adington who preceded his wife in death in 1959. Survivors include three sons, Vernon Adington of Waynesburg, Claude Adington of Kings Mountain, and Lonnie Adington, also of Waynesburg; one daughter, Mrs. Mollie Estes of Kings Mountain; three brothers, Arthur Sanders of Michigan, N.P. Sanders of Waynesburg, and Willie Sanders of Florida; three sisters, Mrs. Dessie Sims and Mrs. J.S. Tarkington, both of Stanford, and Mrs. Martha Burk of Pikeville; 15 grandchildren; 34 great-grandchildren; and 10 great-great-grandchildren. She was a housewife and a member of the Methodist church. Funeral services will be conducted Thursday at 2 p.m. in the chapel of the Barnett Funeral Home with Rev. Gurney York officiating. Burial will be in the Double Springs Cemetery. Obit from Pulaski County Historical Society records.
Birth: Jan. 3, 1883. Death: May 6, 1959. KENTUCKY DEATH RECORDS: Robert L. Addington, Age: 76, Place of death: Lincoln, Place of residence: Lincoln, Date of death: 5 - 6 - 1959, Certificate: 15376
Findagrave Memorial Source: Article About Parents and Family of Robert L Addington in the BICENTENNIAL HISTORY WAYNESBURG, KENTUCKY AND SOUTHERN LINCOLN COUNTY 1792-1992, VOL 1, PAGE 62: Benton Adington married Jane Salyers in Virginia and moved to Pike Co. KY. Benton and Jane moved to the Pond community 1915 and bought land near Tully Caldwell. They had several children: Henry, George, Willie, Robert, Alice, Nannie, and Melvin. Robert Adington married Edith Sanders, b. 11 Oct 1887, d. 27 Nov 1973, d/o Ichabud Sanders, b. 22 Nov 1869, d. 29 Mar 1920, m. Mary Ellen Horne, b. 10 Mar 1867, d. 22 Jul 1939. Robert Adington and wife Edith had the following children: Mollie Ellen m. Lester Estes; Lonnie m. Gertrude Taylor, d/o Ezra Taylor; Claude Hurston m. Lillian Gooch; Vernon Lloyd m. (1) Ernestine ?, (2) Velma Shelton.
2. Milton Sanders b 3 Nov 1889 d 6 Jul 1973; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; m. 8 Nov 1919 to Cora Singleton b 21 Jan 1888 d 8 Nov 1977; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; d/o William Riley Singleton and Susan Alice Caldwell.
LINCOLN COUNTY, KENTUCKY MARRIAGES: Cora Singleton married Milton Sanders: 8 November 1919
Various Articles in the News about this family: THE INTERIOR JOURNAL, STANFORD, KY. Friday, August 4, 1911: Page 1: Misses Eva and Cora Singleton and Messrs. Oliver and Roy Singleton attended the Fifth Sunday meeting at Grove, Casey county.
Tuesday, April 14, 1914: Page 1: MISS CORA SINGLETON WINS: County Judge James P. Bailey on Monday received a telegram from Congressman Harvey Helm that he has secured the appointment of Miss Cora Singleton as postmistress at Waynesburg, in the southern part of this county. Miss Singleton is the attractive daughter of W. R. Singleton, one of the leading democrats of that part of the county, and is well qualified for the position, having been a teacher for a number of years. She has also been the I. J.'s capable correspondent at Waynesburg some time, and will be heartily congratulated by her friends. It is rumored that Theodore S. Reynolds, formerly the efficient Deputy Sheriff will be her deputy in the office there. A bitter fight was made for the Waynesburg post office, the other two on the civil service eligible list having been Roscoe Wheeldon and Virgil McMullin, and the friends of each made a hard fight for them.
Friday, July 28, 1916: Page 1 Waynesburg: Mr. Roy Singleton returned home in Huntsville, Tenn., Tuesday after spending several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Singleton.
Friday, September 8, 1916: Page 8 Waynesburg: Mr. Oliver Singleton and Miss Eva Singleton, visited their brother, Roy Singleton in Huntsville, Tenn., the latter part of last week.
Friday, January 18, 1918: Page 1: WILL CONTINUE AS P. M. The name of Miss Cora Singleton has been sent to the Senate by President Wilson, on the recommendation of Congressman Harvey Helm, of this city, for re-appointment as postmaster of Waynesburg. Miss Singleton has made the capital of the South End a model office and her many friends are delighted to know that she will serve them in the same capacity for another four years. She is a daughter of that splendid old democrat, "Hickory Bill" Singleton. (Kentuckiana Digital Library)
KENTUCKY DEATH RECORDS: Cora Sanders, Age: 89, Place of death: Pulaski, Place of residence: Pulaski, Date of death: 11 - 8 - 1977, Certificate: 28697
3. Nicholas P Nick Sanders b 14 Jun 1894 Dorton, Pike Co Ky d 20 Aug 1975 Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; m. Nora Jane Greer b 24 Dec 1895 Myra, Pike Co KY d 15 Aug 1989 Lincoln Co KY; d/o Isaac Newton Greer and Nancy Addington. Children of Nicholas P Nick Sanders and Nora Jane Greer;
i. Lurlie Sanders b 8 Oct 1914 d 13 Sept 1939; buried Doubles Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; m. Columbus Floyd.
ii. Lexie Marie Sanders b 29 Jan 1916 d 3 Jul 1981; m. Calvin M Skidmore b 1917 d 1983.
iii. Cora A Sanders b 5 Jul 1918 Lincoln Co KY d 9 Mar 1996 KY; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; m. Melvin S Hoover.
iv Russell Chester Sanders b 21 Apr 1920 Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY d 17 Oct 1969 OR; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY.
v. Earl Kermit Sanders b 30 Sept 1922 d 3 Mar 1999; buried Fort Rosencrans National Cemetery, San Diego, San Diego Co CA; m. Anne M Sanders b 4 Dec 1919 d 27 Apr 2001.
vi. Roby Lee Sanders b 3 Feb 1924 Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY d 16 Apr 1983; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; m. Marie Parsons b 30 Oct 1935 d 19 Jun 1991; Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; d/o Frank Parsons and Mollie Rose.
vii. Lois Ilene Sanders b 2 Sept 1929 d 2003; m. Oval Morris Goad b 25 Jun 1926 d 31 Oct 2014 Newport, Campbell Co KY; WWII and Korean War Veteran; both buried Saint Stephen Cemetery, Fort Thomas, Campbell Co KY
4. James Hatcher Sanders b 1896 d 18 Aug 1961; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; m. Mae Crone b 1901 d 1989; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY. Children of James Hatcher Sanders and Mae Crone;
i. Leo Scott Sanders b 13 Jul 1920 d 20 Sept 1982 WWII US Army; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY.
ii. Naomie Mabel Sanders b 27 Feb 1923 d 24 Jun 1927; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY.
iii. James Henry Sanders b 27 Aug 1925 Ky d 16 Dec 2010; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; Findagrave Memorial; m. Wilma Nevada May b 24 Jan 1932 KY d 4 Jun 2010 KY; Findagrave Memorial; d/o Willis Green May and Flossie Irene Austin.
5. Dessie Sanders b 9 Sept 1911 d 4 Mar 1995; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY; m. Earl Sims b 14 Aug 1904 d 12 Nov 1973; buried Dougle Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY. Children of Earl Sims and Dessie Sanders;
i. Lawrence C Sims b 1927 d 1986; SGT US Air Force WWII; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY
ii. Earl Arnold Sims b 20 Nov 1939 d 5 Sept 1959; buried Double Springs Cemetery, Waynesburg, Lincoln Co KY.
Two former Whitesburg (Kentucky) Young Men Killed in Ohio accident: Automobile-truck accident at busy intersection in Cincinnati (Ohio). Earl Arnold Sims age 19; Robert S. Mullins age 24; were killed when a tractor trailor truck reportedly ran into the side of their auto as they were returning to their Cincinnati homes after visiting in Waynesburg Ky. Earl is survived by 4 brothers: Lawrence Sims of Cincinnati Ohio Lloyd Sims of Stanford Ky, Jim Bob and Owen Sims both of Waynesburg Ky. services at Double Springs Baptist Church; Rev Raymond Smith officating. Reynolds, Morgan and Barnett Funeral Homes.
iii. Lloyd Sims
iv. Jim Bob Sims
v. Owen Sims
Source: Obituary Larry Delano Addington: Larry Delano Adington, 65 years and 12 days of age, of Somerset, Kentucky, departed this life on Monday, February 24th, 2014. Larry was born in Waynesburg, Kentucky on February 12th, 1949, son of Velma Mae Shelton Adington and the late Vernon Lloyd Adington. Larry was vice president of sales for 36 years with D.C. Trimble Construction and a member of Double Springs Baptist Church. He was a member of Sievers Lodge No#491 F&AM, a Kentucky Colonel, Kentucky Admiral, Pulaski County Colonel, Pulaski County Count, a lifetime member of NRA and League of Kentucky Sportsman, spent numerous years with Lake Cumberland Friends of NRA and was a member of the National Wild Turkey Federation.
Larry was survived by his mother, Velma Mae Adington of Waynesburg, Kentucky; one brother, James (and Miriam) Adington of Stanford, Kentucky; one sister, Judy (and Larry) Fields of Richmond, Kentucky; four nieces, Darla Colegrove, Sharla Lake, Benita Land, and Shannon Adington; one nephew, Joshua Adington; three great-nephews, Jared Colegrove, Alexander Lake, and Isaac Land; one great-niece, Kaytlin Lake; and a host of other family and friends who mourn his passing.
He was preceded in death by his father, Vernon Lloyd Adington, who departed this life on August 18th, 1975; his paternal grandparents, Robert Adington and Edith Sanders Adington; and his maternal grandparents, William Fayette Shelton and Ettie Rachel Phillippe Shelton.
Visitations were held after 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, February 27th, 2014 at the Morris & Hislope Funeral Home in Science Hill, Kentucky with a masonic service held at 7:00 p.m.
Funeral services were held at 12:00 noon on Friday, February 28th, 2014 in the Chapel of the Morris & Hislope Funeral Home with Bro. Steve Dunn officiating.
Burial followed in the Double Springs Cemetery with military honors held by the American Legion.
THIS IS A TRIBUTE IN MEMORY OF LARRY,
What makes a man a Mason, O brother of mine?
It isn't the due guard, nor is it the sign,
It isn't the jewel which hangs on your breast
It isn't the apron in which you are dressed
It isn't the step, nor the token, nor the grip,
Nor lectures that fluently flow from the lip,
Nor yet the possession of that mystic word
On five points of fellowship duly conferred.
Though these are essential, desirable, fine,
They don't make a Mason, O brother of mine.
That you to your sworn obligation are true
that my brother, makes a Mason of you.