||4 May 1885 
||15 Jan 1973
||Pulaski county kentucky
||Bethel Church Cemetery, Blue John Rd., S Hwy 27 At Alpine
||John Colyer family of Somerset Ky
||26 Nov 2017 |
Henry worked in post office Greenwood Ky with his sister "Mag". Magola and he were kind of like midgets. They never married and Magola was postmaster in Greenwood Ky. House was on Highway 27
Note that her parents were Lewis's and Ballou's as were her grandparents. June Avera, Somerset, said that there were about 5 stillborn children besides Magolia and her living siblings.
- As a 14 year old , i richard curtis, stayed a week or two with Mag in here old family home in Greenwood Ky. It was notable that in 1971, the home did not have running water, indoor plumbing or electricity. Mag cooked on a wood stove, had an outhouse and a well for water. This home where. She had been raised was a step back in time and quite an experience for a boy raised in the suburbs of Louisville Ky.
- [S31692] Joseph Ballou, 1239 Ormsby Court, Louisville, KY 1953: cited in Lafayette TN Smith County TN newspaper column by Cal Smith Oct 1, 1953.
Date of Import: Sep 19, 1998
- [S27813] ColyerV2.FTW.
Date of Import: Sep 30, 1998
- [S27825] social security death index family search.org.