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Biography of Dutton J. Reynolds

DUTTON J. REYNOLDS. Dutton J. Reynolds, county clerk, is one of the most efficient, faithful and painstaking officers Stone County has ever had, and in discharging the functions of his office, he has shown the utmost courtesy to all with whom he h as come in contact, and has won innumerable friends. He is a product of the Blue Grass State, born in Jackson County September 9, 1861, and the son of Thomas H. and Margaret (Jones) Reynolds. The father was born in Owsley County, Kentucky, about 1830, of English descent, and of a prominent old Kentucky family. His father, Pleasant Reynolds, was born in North Carolina, in which State the founders of the family settled, when coming to this country. The father of our subject made his home in his native State until 1875, when he moved to Madison County, Arkansas, where he remained until 1880. In that year he came to Stone County and located at Carr, where he now lives and where he is postmaster. During the Civil War he served in the Forty-seventh Kentucky Volunteer Regiment and is a pensioner. While residing in Kentucky he held the office of justice of the peace, and since residing in this county he has been postmaster at Carr for nine years. In political matters he affiliates with the Republican party. Mr. Reynolds is a wealthy man and one of the county’s most worthy citizens. Mrs. Reynolds was born in Kentucky and was the daughter of Dutton Jones. She died in 1869, when about thirty years of age. Four children were the fruits of this union, all but one...

Baker, Leonard – Obituary

Wallowa, Wallowa County, Oregon Leonard Baker Called Beyond Leonard Baker, who had been a resident of Wallowa county most of the time since 1888, died at La Grande last Wednesday, January 13, 1937. He moved to that city three months ago. His two brothers in Wallowa County did not know he was seriously ill until a short time before he passed away. Funeral services were held at the Nazarene church in Wallowa, Friday, conducted by the pastor, Rev. V. H. Willard, and burial was in Enterprise cemetery. Mr. Baker was a son of J. T. Baker and was born at Greenhall, Jackson county, Kentucky, November 21, 1878. When Leonard was two years old the family moved to Arkansas, then back to Kentucky, and later to Arkansas again, to Kansas and to Oregon in the spring of 1888. They stopped at Wallowa first when the whole town consisted of a post office, hotel, stage office and barn. Mr. Baker was married to Daisy Crader and they moved to the upper part of the county and lived on Swamp creek, on Elk mountain, on Prairie creek in Enterprise and Wallowa before they moved to La Grande. He was survived by his widow, a son, Morris and a daughter, Mrs. Reta Pullen, all of La Grande; by two grandsons, a sister, Mrs. T. C. Bales of Joseph and four brothers, Neil Baker of Wallowa, Sam Baker of Enterprise, and George and Thomas Baker of Arkansas. A daughter died some years ago. Mr. Baker was a staunch friend and was a devoted husband and father and will be long remembers by all who...

Jackson County, Kentucky Census Records

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Jackson County, Kentucky Cemetery Records

Jackson County Jackson County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Jackson County USGenWeb Archives Project Roberts Cemetery Ed Durham Family Cemetery Fox Cemetery Robinson Cemetery Russell Flat Cemetery Smith Family Cemetery Steele Cemetery Wind Cave Cemetery Jackson County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Jackson County, Kentucky KYGenWeb Annville Cemetery Abner-Isaacs Cemetery Andrews Cemetery Angel Cemetery Baker Banks Cemetery Russell Flats Cemetery Sparks Cemetery Wilds Cemetery Jackson County, Kentucky Cemetery Records Hosted at Tombstone Transcription Project Cox Cemetery Fox Cemetery Lainhart Cemetery Lakes Cemetery Lakes Cemetery Carter Lakes Cemetery Green B. Lakes Cemetery McQueen Cemetery Sparks Cemetery Thomas Cemetery Wilds Cemetery Wind Cave Cemetery...

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