Lee Hammons 79, Hammond born 1895 obit
Lee Hammons Lee Hammons, 79, Ham- mond, died Tuesday in the Pineville Community Hospital. He is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Mary Rose, Florence; Mrs. Rosa Mills, Hammond; Mrs. Dora Hinkle, Blue Ash, Ohio; Mrs. Betty Smith, Bimble; and Mrs. Charity Crawford, Crab Or- chard; four sons, George Hammons, Hinkle; Ned Hammons, Cincinnati; Elijah Hammons, Columbus, Ohio, and George Hammons, Panama City, Fla.; two half-brothers, Henry Gray, East Bernstadt, and Frank Gray, Ohio; three half-sisters, Ester Willis and Mrs. Troy Mills, Berea, and Bertha Gray, Chicago; 24 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday at the Hopper Funeral Home chapel by the Rev. Earl Hammons and the Rev. Aaron Cupp. Burial will be in the Carnes Cemetery. Pallbearers will be his g r a n d s o n s . H pallbearers will be Dr. C. B. Stacy, Dr. Buell Mills, Dr. Woolum, Edd McDonald, Troy Hampton, John C. Dixon, Don B. Mills, G. R. Hampton. Friends may call at the funeral home. Tms/ey Wells Tinsley Wells, 52, Heavy, Wednesday in Berea, Ohio. Funeral arrangements will announced later by the Bowling Funeral Home of London. Earl Henson Sr, Earl Henson Sr., 71, Rt. 1 Corbin, died at 3:40 Wednesday at the SEK Baptist Hospital. He is survived by a son, Henson Jr., Middletown, Ohio; two grandchildren; three double cousins, Roy H. Skinner, Corbin; John A.