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t t THE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JANUARY 4, 1973 5 HARTFORD MERCHANTS HAVE IT ALL Babbitt Family Record \\; Joy Babbitt, born May 1, 789, Betsy Babbitt, born My 11, 1789. To this union e born four children: arriett Babbitt, born eptember 11, 1827; Charles abbitt, born March 26, B29; William Babbitt, born ember 23, 1831; and hen Babbitt, born ctober 15, 1834. Joy abbitt's second wife, all[ann Dillevern was born [arch 1, 1819. To this union 'ere born 4 children, also - ylvester Babbitt, born [ rch 17, 1839; Hiram A. abbitt, born January 22, H1; Ester J. Babbitt, born .ugust 23, 1842; and Henry L Babbitt, born July 27, M4. Joy Babbitt's third ,ire, DiDamie was born ,ugust 27, 1827. To this nion was born 5 children - arah D. Babbitt, born ti i ay 20, 1849; Juliann abbitt, born October 5, 51; George Babbitt, born lllay 2, 1854; Claricy Bab- ltYi itt, born September 26, 18,56 nd Mary E. Babbitt, born littugust 20, 1858. cost!: Joy Babbitt died May 19, driB72. Juliann Ann (French) ied in 1846. She was '/2 me!rench and 1/2 Irish. ;] i, ! |omemakers The No Creek |omemakers Club held aeir Christmas party at the ame of Mrs. Rolla e_,ichards on December 13th t,, 10 a.m. The home was eautifully decorated sroughout. The business ,.'salon was conducted at 11 :e',m. and then a bountiful tluck dinner was served. [rs. Richards had the taditional turkey and essing. The blessing was .ven by Mrs John 'ichenor. After the boun- fful meal the members *ent to the living room here exchange of gifts and _fts from secret pals were L _a./vealed. Mrs. Joe Tichenor b fawn for the coming year de ret pals. Those present Brqere the hostess, Mrs. ichards, Mesdames John chenor, Everett Boyd, ioyd Ward, Charles dill rhobrey, Darrell VanFleet, rs.lnnis Wells, Bennett d ielaney, Joe Tichenor, so ullis Baird, Ed Furgerson, ! Like., Ba.ey Kirk, endell Lamar, Earl Lnifi ishop, Ruth Herod and ra Lines VanFleet. Others ilresent were Marie Ellis, ld I iary Joe Ellis, Earl Bishop, Uq fian Fergerson, Jennifer I4 anFleet and Jerrod bo ., kens. J Hiram Babbitt, married to first wife, America Smith, 1871. America Smith was born July 17, 1854. To this union was born 3 children - Joseph Babbitt, born June 1, 1872; Ella Babbitt, born August 10, 1874; and Manolia Babbitt, born November 24, 1877. The family record of Hiram A. Babbitt, born January 22, 1841. He married June 12, 1884 to his second wife, Vizella E. Bahsam, born December 13, 1859. This this union were born 8 children - John H. Babbitt, born April 27, 1887; H.L. Babbitt, born July 19, 1885; Julia A. Babbitt, born March 2, 1889; Deba Bab- bitt, born June 8, 1891; Stephen F. Babbitt, born October 11, 1893; Clara Babbitt, born September 8, 1897; Charles B. Babbitt, born March 6, 1900; Sher- man Babbitt, born December 23, 1901. Marriages Jula A. Babbitt married Ollie Basham December 20, 1905; Deba Babbitt married Oscar N. Stewart, January 22, 1907; John Babbitt to Cora Loyd, November 23. 1909; Logan Babbitt married Lillie Petty January 2, 1911 and was married the second time to Blanch Fieldon July 4, 1920; Stephen F. Babbitt married Mable Brown September 30, 1912 and was second married to Floy Allen, daughter of Frank Allen, August 3, 1950; Charles B. Babbitt married Ethel Anderson February 17, 1923; Sherman Babbitt married Bessie Richards February 11, 1925 and was second married to Daisy Perry 1 Murphy September 4, 1959.j ] Deaths 1 Clara Babbitt, (killed in! storm) June 9, 1909; Hiram 1 A. Babbitt, April 27, 1914; John H. Babbitt, August 15, 1925; V.E. Babbitt, December 27, 1938; Ain- sworth, son of H.L. Babbitt, March 24, 1936; Glen, son of J.H. Babbitt, June, 19, 1933. Centertown Personals Rev. and Mrs. William Holladay and daughters Ann and Sue Ellen have been the recent guests of their daughter, Mrs. David Queen and Mr. Queen of Ohio. Mrs. Dorsie Boyd spent the Christmas holidays with her son Ralph Boyd and family of Louisville. Ralph then accompanied her home and spent the weekend with her. Mrs. Margaret Tichenor has received word that her brother, Matthew Benton had underwent brain surgery at a hospital in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curtis visited his sons, Archie, Troy and Roy Curtis and their families of Louisville last week. Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Godsey, Palmetto, Fla. have been the recent guests of his sister, Mrs. Volney Barnes and Mr. Barnes and while here they also visited his brother, Roy Godsey at the Ohio County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Maddox and children of Valley Station, spent Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mad- dox. Freddie Lee Brown of Louisville has been visiting his father, Fred Brown and Mrs. Brown Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whitehead during the Christmas holidays were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Don Whitehead, New Haven, Connecticut and Mary Alice Whitehead. Mr. and Mrs. O.J. Porter spent New Year's Day with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Southard of Prentiss. Mr. and Mrs. William James and children of Dayton, Ohio spent a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Doyal. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curtis were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Russell Tooley, Louisville, has been visiting his sister, Mrs Claudis Barrett Jr. Dinner guests Sunday, December 24th of Mr. and Mrs. Geobel Porter were  Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Porter, George and Kevin Porter of l Centertown, Gary Porter of Louisville and other guests l during the week of the Porters were Mr. and Mrs., Don Porter and son Keith of Jeffersontown and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Upton, Louisville. and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curtis and family' of Curtis were guests Sunday Louisville. of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krizan of Owensboro for the ...... evening meal and to watch Patricia and Becky Brown the old year out and t h e of Jacksonville, Arkansas is new year in. spending this week with ..... their grandmother and aunt, To report Centertown Mrs. Opal Brown and news contact Mrs. O.J. Dorothy Jean. Porter, 232-4204. New Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Barton, Beaver Dam, Route 1, announce the arrival of a daughter, born December 24th at the Ohio County Hospital at 8:32 p.m. The young lady weighed 7 lbs. 7 ozs. and has been named Holli Ruth. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Tom Barton Sr., Beaver Dam, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tichenor, Route 3, Beaver Dam. Little Miss Teresa Howard who has been in the hospital for a while is home and doing better. S.Sgt. and Mrs. L.J. Gabbard Jr. are the proud parents of a baby girl, born at the Ohio County Hospital December 30th, 1972 and weighing 9 lbs. 13 ozs. She has been named Shannon Leigh. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Hoover and Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Gabbard Sr. all of Route 3, Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bailey, Karen and Doug from Mexico, New York were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. B.F. 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