Death of Mrs. Eliza Masterson The death of Mrs. Eliza Jane Masterson occurred at her home in this city Wednesday, November 23, 1905. Deceased had been ill for over a year and during that time had withstood untold suffering, but always with great fortitude and patience. Eliza Jane Violet was born in Logan county, Kentucky, December 27, 1820 and was therefore 84 years, 10 months and 25 days old at the time of her death. During her girlhood days she moved to Missouri, in which state she was united in marriage in 1840 to William Masterson. She crossed the plains
Location: Logan County KY
Henry O. Gorham, one of the oldest and best known citizens of this section passed this life at the Protestant hospital in Baker, Saturday evening of last week. Mr. Gorham’s death was not unexpected. He had been failing in health for the past two years or more, since he suffered injuries in falling from a load of hay, on his ranch near North Powder. He was 92 years old at the time of his death. Funeral rites were held from the Methodist church at North Powder Tuesday afternoon of this week and burial was made in the North Powder cemetery.
John L. Balch, deceased, farmer and author; P. O. Charleston; the subject of this sketch owned 120 acres of land, on Sec. 14; willed to the four sisters who now live on the same; he was born in Logan Co., Ky., Dec. 27, 1800, and died October 3, 1870. He lived with his parents on the farm until married, Nov. 10, 1829, to Melinda N. White; she was born in Sullivan Co., Ind., May 4, 1808, died Jan. 5, 1865. Mr. Balch came to this county in 1830, and settled on the farm where the four sisters now reside, and
Logan County Logan County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Logan County USGenWeb Archives Project Arnold Cemetery , aka New Hope Church Cemetery Berea Christian Church Cemetery Surnames A – I Surnames J – S Surnames T – Z Dunn Family Cemetery Herndon Cemetery Small Family Cemetery Logan County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Logan County, Kentucky KYGenWeb Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery , New Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery , Old Arnold Cemetery , aka New Hope Church Cemetery Gilbert Farm Cemetery Herndon Cemetery Lee Cemetery Perry Baker Cemetery Whitaker Cemetery
Henry T. Ashford has had much to do with Kansas newspaper life during the last quarter of a century. He is now editor and proprietor of the Elsmore Leader, which he founded. His name is also familiar in republican party circles in this section of the state, and whatever he undertakes he does with the fullness of enthusiasm which gets results and begets confidence in his ability. He represents a family of Kentuckians, though his people have lived in Kansas since pioneer times. His grandfather, of Irish-English stock, went at an early day into Kentucky and died near Bowling Green