Alma Adams Croft, 94, Crofton, Ky.
Died Tuesday 4 March 1975 at her home.
Born 1 Dec 1880 in Christian Co., daughter of Manford and Lutisha Pool Adams.
Member of the Universalist Church. Her husband, James R. Croft, died in 1940. One daughter precede her in death.
Survivors: one son, Hugo Croft of Crofton; three daughters, Mrs. Thelma Moore of Dawson Springs, Mrs. Pearl Vance of Clinton and Mrs. Beulah Yondell of Princeton; one brother, Lawrence Adams of Crofton; five grandchildren; nine great grandchildren; two great great grandchildren.
Services: Thursday 4 March 1975, burial in Castleberry Cemetery. Thomas Funeral Home.
Ky. New Era, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Wednesday 5 March 1975


             Bertha Croft, age not available, Crofton, died
             Tuesday night, Feb. 15, 2000, at her home of
             natural causes.

             Arrangements are incomplete at Fuqua-Hinton
             Funeral Home.

             BERTHA M. CROFT

             Services for Bertha Marie Croft, 82, Crofton,
             will be at 1 p.m. Friday at Fuqua-Hinton
             Funeral Home with Dwight Brown officiating.

             Burial will be in Hawkins Cemetery. Visitation
             will be from 5 until 9 tonight.

             She died Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2000, at her home
             following a brief illness.

             A native of Christian County, she was born June
             22, 1917, the daughter of the late Arthur Collins
             and Ida Mae Storms Blyth. She was a homemaker.
             Her husband, Nolie Benton Croft, died in 1975. A
             son, Nolie Ray Croft, and a daughter, Vera Mae
             Orten, also preceded her in death.

             Survivors include a son, Donnie Croft, Christian
             County; a daughter, Carolyn Childress,
             Madisonville; two brothers, Archie Blyth,
             Princeton, Dennis Blyth, Tennessee; three sisters,
             Louis Ford, Ruby Hensley, Mary Thatcher, all of
             Princeton; 10 grandchildren, 20
             great-grandchildren and four

Pennyrile Deaths - April 6, 1999
CADIZ, Ky. — Services for James “Jamie” Croft, 15, North Buntin Lake Road, will be at 2
p.m. Thursday at Goodwin Funeral Home, with the Revs. James Bush and Billy Hart officiating.
Burial will be in Hawkins Cemetery, Christian County. Visitation will begin at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
His funeral will be a joint service with Douglas Williams. Both were killed when they were struck by a car in Gracey Sunday morning.

A native of Christian County, Croft was born Dec. 16, 1983, the son of John Wayne Croft, Gracey, and Sherry Kaye DeLoach Croft, Hopkinsville. He was a student at North Drive Middle School and was a Baptist.
In addition to his parents, survivors include a son, Kevin James Croft, Hopkinsville; a brother, John Wayne Croft Jr., Hopkinsville; a stepbrother, Michael Croft, Gracey; a stepsister, Chaisse McCord, Gracey; his ‘grandparents, James DeLoach, Hopkinsville, Joanna Holmes, Madisonville; and his greatgrandmother, Lorene DeLoach, Cadiz.


Mrs. Mary Croft died at the residence of her son, G.B. Croft, Empire, last Friday evening.
She was a sister of James and B.W. Crabtree, and the widow of W.G. Croft who died several years ago. Her relatives and friends have the condolence and sympathy of the community in their loss.
Hopkinsville New Era
April 1887


Pearl Adams Croft, 85, Crofton, Ky.
Died Monday 11 November 1968 in Jennie Stuart Hospital.
Born in Christian Co. 13 November 1882, daughter of Manford and Loutisha Pool Adams.
Member of the Universalist Church. Her husband died a number of years ago.
Survivors: son, Clarence B. Croft of Fort Myers, Fla.; a brother, Lawrence Adams of Crofton; a sister, Mrs. Alma Croft of Crofton.
Services: Arrangements incomplete, pending arrival of relatives. Thomas funeral home.
Ky. New Era, Hopkinsville, Ky.
Monday 11 November 1968


Victor Hugo Croft, 88, Pools Mills Road, Crofton, died at Jennie Stuart Medical Center at 11a.m. Saturday November 4 1994. Services were held at the Huggart-Bears Funeral Home, Crofton. Burial was in Castleberry Cemetery.
A native of Christian County he was born January 22, 1906, the Son of James Roland and Alma Ann Adams Croft. He was a farmer accept for a short time when he worked at the Outwood Veterans Hospital, Dawson Springs. He lived his entire life on the family farm.
Never married and was preceded in death by a sister Imogene who died in infancy (1905). He is survived by three sisters, Thelma Gladys Moore, Dawson Springs,
Pearl Louise Vance, Clinton, and Beulah Lutisha Yandell, Princeton.


Willis Crittenden Croft, 51, Crofton cummunity, died January 29, 1878 at his home. He was born January 21, 1827 to one of Christian Countys earliest families, David and Margaret Catherine Jackson Corft. He was preceded in death by his first wife Mary Z.E.F.S.K. Lockhart who died June 3, 1864, two sons, Emsley Muscalmus Croft in January 1871 and John Quincy Judson Croft in May 1872. Burial was in the Croft Family Cemetery located across from the Home on route 1348.
He is survived by his second wife Louise Jane Parker Croft; two daughters Margaret Hattie Jane and Mary Lou Croft, 5 sons, James Roland, David Dilmus, GeorgeCurtis, Zenobe Hensen, and Anglo Saxton, all of the Crofton community.


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