Doris Pickrell Daugherty
Doris Pickrell Daugherty, 81, of Poplar Plains, passed away May 30, 2006, at the Fleming County Hospital in Flemingsburg.
Mrs. Daugherty was a homemaker.
Born June 19, 1924, in Fleming County, she was the daughter of the late Douglas Pickrell and Fannie Pierce Pickrell Burke.
Surviving are one niece, Delilah J. Maddox of Hillsboro; one nephew, Daniel (D.W.) Royse of Eureka, Calif.; three great nieces; one great nephew; four great-great nieces and three great-great nephews.
Also preceding her in death were her husbands, Henry Clifford Black, who died Sept. 23, 1961, and Allen E. Daugherty, who died June 19, 1995; one brother, James Douglas Pickrell; one sister, Virginia O. Royse and her husband Gene Paul Royse.
Funeral services were conducted June 2 at the Hutton Funeral Home in Hillsboro with the Rev. Randy Hawkins officiating.
Burial was in Fairview Cemetery.
Gladys Mae Jackson
Gladys Mae Jackson, 88, of Weddle Street in Flemingsburg, passed away May 29, 2006. She was the widow of Omar Jackson who died April 18, 1994.
Mrs. Jackson was a housewife and a member of the Battle Run Christian Church.
Born June 1, 1917, in Fleming County, she was the daughter of the late William Walter and Elsie Planck Cooper.
Surviving are several nieces and nephews, including Scotty, Loretta and Marsha Mitchell, all of Flemingsburg; Bob and Jannie Marshall of Flemingsburg; and Bill and Janet Marshall of Punta Gorda, Fla.
Preceding her in death was a brother, Riblen Cooper.
Funeral services were conducted June 1 at Boone-Nickell Funeral Home with the Rev. Ray Snider officiating. Burial was in the Elizaville Cemetery.
Michael Davis Ritchie
Michael Davis Ritchie, 35, of Pendleton County and formerly of Robertson County, passed away May 29, 2006, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
Mr. Ritchie was a Pecco Trucking employee.
Born in Mason County on Sept. 2, 1970, he was the son of Mary Louise Wilson Ritchie of Bracken County and the late Roy S. Ritchie.
Also surviving are his fiancÚ, Sharon Partin of Pendleton County; three sons, Michael Ritchie and Jacob Ritchie, both of Falmouth, and Robert Ritchie of Fleming County; four brothers, Dwayne A. (Carla) Ritchie and Earl Ritchie, both of Robertson County, and Roger D. Ritchie and Roy (Vickie) Ritchie, both of Bracken County; two sisters, Kimberly Thompson of Maysville and Beverly (Jack) McEldowney of Vanceburg; three nieces, Tracey Thompson, Shasta Ritchie and Rebekka Ritchie; two nephews, Chris McEldowney and Kelly Thompson; and a great- niece, Lauren McEldowney.
Also preceding him in death was a halfbrother, Roy S. Ritchie.
Funeral services were conducted June 1 at the Robertson County Funeral Home by Bro. Dee Whitaker. Burial was in the Kentontown Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Michael Ritchie Memorial Fund in care of Pendleton Savings and Loan, 1057 Ridgeway Ave., Falmouth, KY 41040.
Barbara H. Walton
Barbara H. Walton of Elizaville Road, Flemingsburg, passed away May 31, 2006, at Fleming County Hospital following a long illness.
Born on Feb. 4, 1937, in Winchester, Mrs. Walton was a native of Bath County. She attended Centre College and graduated with honors from Morehead State University. She was a teacher at Ewing Elementary and Fleming County High School. A co-founder and co-owner of Pioneer Trace Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Flemingsburg, she also served as the social services director and retired as administrator of the facility.
Surviving are her husband of over 50 years, William T. Walton; a son, District Judge Todd Walton and daughter-in-law Robin James Walton; three grandsons, Jason T. Walton, Travis C. Walton and J. Matthew Walton; two brothers, John J. (Nancy) Hutchinson of Owingsville and Dr. Robert C. Hutchinson of Sarasota, Fla.; and a niece, Julia Elizabeth Hutchinson of Owingsville.
Preceding her in death were a son, Leslie S. Walton; and her parents, James M. Hutchinson and Lillie Shrout Hutchinson.
Funeral services were conducted June 3 at Denton-Workman Funeral Home in Flemingsburg. Burial was in the Hillsboro Cemetery with Rev. Norman Wasson officiating. Memorials may be made to the Flemingsburg Christian Church or the Owingsville Christian Church.