William Blevins Asher
Rebecca (Begley) Asher
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1910 US CENSUS
LAUREL CO, KY
PAGE 24. HH# 193/194
February 22, 1962
BLEVINS ASHER, EX-WELL DRILLER,
DIES AT AGE 90
Blevins Asher, retired well driller
and farmer, London Route 5, died at
11:45 p.m. February 13 at Marymount
Hospital at the age of 90 years.
A native of Clay County, Mr. Asher
was born Sept. 22, 1872, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jackson Asher.
He was twice married: first to
Luvina Cloyd, who preceded him in
death in 1927 and secondly to
Clora Sasser, who survives. He was
a member of the Christian Church.
Besides the widow, he leaves three
daugthers and four sons:
Esther Ledord, Verna Poe and A.J.
and Charles Asher, all of Middletown,
Ohio; Pearl Swanner, London and
Daniel and Ray Asher, both of Houston,
Texas; 22 grandchildren and 26 great
grandchildren. Funeral services were
conducted at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the
House Funeral Home by the Rev. Dewey
Havens. Interment followed in the
Wiggington Cemetery, Route 1.
July 18, 1968
MRS. CORA ASHER DIES JULY 11
Mrs. Cora Bell Asher, 85, of Gibbs,
Kentucky, died at 3:45 p.m. on July 11
at Marymount Hospital. The daughter of
Susan Tuttle and William (Bill) Perry,
Mrs. Asher was born in Missouri. She
was married to Wallace Sasser, who is
deceased and was later married to
Blevins Asher, who is also deceased.
Mrs. Asher was a member of the New
Bethel Baptist Church. Services were
held July 14 at the Mt. Olive (sic)
Baptist by the Rev. Billy Mitchell.
Interment was in the Mt. Olive (sic)
Cemetery at Tuttle, KY. Pallbearers
were Kenneth Bruner, Leon Sasser,
Lowell Sasser, Daryl Sasser, Darwin
Sasser, and Ronnie Sasser. House
Funeral Home was in charge of
arrangements. Survivors include one
son, Champ Sasser, Gibbs, KY; six step
children, Ester Ledford, Verna Poe
and Charles Asher of Middletown, Ohio;
Dan Asher and Ray Asher of Houston, TX;
and Pearl Swanner of London; four
brothers, Willie Perry of Washington;
David Perry of Kellog, Idaho;
John Perry of Bedford, Indiana;
and Charlie Perry of London;
ten grandchildren and
25 great grandchildren.
1920 US CENSUS
LAUREL CO, KY
Page 99. Precinct #3
Asher, Raymond B.....S.....5
were provided by
Elaine (Helton) Lorinczi
d/o Bob &Cathy(Hayes) Helton
gd/o Bob &Avis(Sasser) Helton
g-gd/o George &Matilda(Vaughn) Helton
James &Lucy(Osborne) Helton
THANKS, CUZ ELAINE, FOR SHARING!
Viola Mable Gregory Hensley,
age 74, of Corbin,
passed away on Thursday, November 25, 2004
at the Baptist Regional Medical Center in Corbin, KY. She was
born on May 25, 1930 to the late William Gregory and Pearl
Sasser [sic] Swanner Gregory. She was a homemaker and
a member of Gray Holiness Church. In addition to her parents
she was preceded in death by her husband, Edwin Hensley,
(1) son; Lonnie Hensley, (1) sister; Estell Fore,
(2) brothers; James and Robert Gregory. She is survived by
(5) daughters; Barbara Lowe and husband David of Gray,
Jenny Huskey and husband Donald of Corbin, KY, Kathy Smith
and husband Ernest, Joyce Scalf and husband Roger all of Gray,
and Brenda North and husband Debert of Corbin, (3) sons;
Douglas Hensley of Corbin, Richard Hensley and wife, Nancy
and Roger Hensley and wife Freida all of Gray, (1) brother;
Howard Gregory of Corbin (12) grandchildren and (3) great
grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, family, and friends
to mourn her passing. Funeral services were held on Sunday,
November 28, 2004 at 2 PM at the Vankirk-Grisell Funeral
Home with Rev. Randy Lowe, Rev. Kenny Johnson and Rev. Dan
Watkins officiating. Burial followed in the Lynn Camp Cemetery
in Corbin. Messages of condolence may be written to the family
by logging on vankirkgrisellfuneralhome.com. Vankirk-Grisell
Funeral Home of Corbin, KY was in charge of all arrangements.
was provided by
William Edward "Bill" Smith, Sr.
Pierce &Nancy Ann(Bailey)Smith
THANKS, CUZ BILL, FOR SHARING!
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