Elizabeth Wade Hines, 18401921 (aged 81 years)

Name
Elizabeth Wade Hines
Given names
Elizabeth Wade
Surname
Hines
Family with parents
father
18021872
Birth: February 20, 1802 69 20Richmond, Charlotte, VA, USA
Death: February 26, 1872Butler County, Kentucky, USA
mother
Marriage
Marriage: September 15, 1824Danville, Boyle, Kentucky, USA
3 years
elder brother
10 months
elder sister
-2 years
elder brother
18261863
Birth: June 1826 24 21Lincoln, Kentucky, United States
Death: July 3, 1863Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky, United States
5 years
elder brother
18301859
Birth: 1830 27 25Butler, Kentucky, USA
Death: May 11, 1859Butler, Kentucky, USA
10 years
herself
Elizabeth Wade Hines Acton
18401921
Birth: February 29, 1840 38 35Butler County, Kentucky, USA
Death: June 13, 1921Ohio County, Kentucky, USA
Father’s family with Lucinda Ann Young
father
18021872
Birth: February 20, 1802 69 20Richmond, Charlotte, VA, USA
Death: February 26, 1872Butler County, Kentucky, USA
step-mother
18071854
Birth: 1807Kentucky, USA
Death: 1854Kentucky, USA
Marriage
Marriage: August 10, 1841Butler, Kentucky, USA
Father’s family with Mary Burgher
father
18021872
Birth: February 20, 1802 69 20Richmond, Charlotte, VA, USA
Death: February 26, 1872Butler County, Kentucky, USA
step-mother
Marriage
Marriage: October 18, 1855Butler County, Kentucky, USA
Family with Fielder Weemes Acton
husband
Fielder W. Acton
18371912
Birth: March 24, 1837Ohio County, Kentucky, USA
Death: March 25, 1912Sulpher Springs, Ohio, Kentucky, USA
herself
Elizabeth Wade Hines Acton
18401921
Birth: February 29, 1840 38 35Butler County, Kentucky, USA
Death: June 13, 1921Ohio County, Kentucky, USA
Marriage
Marriage: January 24, 1858
Note

Hartford Herald, Wednesday, June 15, 1921

Elizabeth Acton Mrs. Elizabeth Acton, widow of F. W. Acton, died last Monday evening at 9:30 o’clock of diseases incident to old age. Although she had been in ill health for some time her condition had not been serious until the previous Wednesday. She had reached the ripe old age of a little more than 81 years. She was living with her daughter, Mrs. James B. York and Mr. York, of near Sulphur Springs at the time of her death. She was a faithful member of Mt. Vernon M. E. Church South and a splendid type of womanhood. Her friends were numbered by those who had the blessing of her acquaintance. She is survived by six sons and daughters as follows: E. C. Acton, Indianapolis, Ind.; Mrs. Sarah J. Duke, wife of O. T. Duke, Owensboro; Mrs. Ira Duke, Owensboro; Mrs. Maud Daniel, wife of John Daniel Beaver Dam; Mrs. Eva Burton, wife of Dock Burton, near Sulphur Springs and Mrs. Martha York, wife of J. B. York, near Sulphur Springs. A number of grandchildren and great-grandchildren also survive. Her husband preceded her to the grave about ten years ago. Funeral services were conducted by her pastor, Rev. H. S. Gillette, at Mt. Vernon church, Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock. The body was laid to rest in the cemetery nearby. The bereaved ones have our sincerest sympathy.