MORGANFIELD, Ky. Danny Howard, 47, died Tuesday, June 1, 1999, in Evansville. The death is under investigation by the Vanderburgh County coroner.
Surviving are his mother, Cora Howard of Morganfield; a sister, Sherri Duncan of Morganfield; and four brothers, Harris, David and Lindle, all of Morganfield, and Gary of Corydon.
Services will be at 3 p.m. today at Whitsell Funeral Home, with burial in Boxville Cemetery in Union County.
Friends may call from 10 a.m. to service time at the funeral home.
Source Evansville Courier 6-3-1999


October 19, 1924
Former Trigg County Lady Dies In Marshall County
Bright's Disease And Other Complications Fatal To Mrs. Howard
Mrs. Effie Howard, wife of the late Charles L. Howard and daughter of the late Esq. Sam F. Baker of near Rock Castle, died in her home near Little Cypress, Marshall county, on October 19th from Bright's disease and other complications, from which she had been suffering for a long time. Burial took place on the 20th near where she lived.
Mrs. Howard was fifty-four years of age last February. She was married in June, 1889, to Mr. Charles L. Howard, who was killed by a train near Paducah a few years ago. Four children are among the surviving relatives, as follows: Mrs. George Lewis, of Fulton; Steve Howard, of Marshall county; Homer Howard, of Lyon county, and Mrs. Mattie Blaoney of Detroit. The mother Mrs. Adaline Baker, who was a Miss Thomas before her marriage, also survives her, and one brother, Mr. Smith Baker, resides near Rock Castle. Sam Baker of Cadiz is a nephew.
Mrs. Howard has many relatives among the Thomas and Baker families of Trigg county, and all will regret to hear of her death.
Messrs. Wesley G. Thomas, Wesley Light and Luther Thomas went to Marshall county to attend the funeral, but did not reach there until after the burial.

IN MEMORY ----- Of Mrs. Sarah Tharp Howard. --- The sprit of this sainted mother winged its flight to the better world March 9th,1909, at the home of her son-in-law, Jas. P. Martin, near Gracey, after a lingering illness incident to old age. Her mind was active and memory good up to three weeks before her going away. How often she has told her children she was ready and waiting for the Lord to call, but wanted to be patient abiding His time.
  The subject of this sketch was Miss Sarah Tharp Carter, born in Ohio county, Ky, Nov. 16, 1820, and was married  to Calvin Graves Howard in Caldwell county Ky., Dec. 17, 1839, by Rev. John Barnett. Her husband had been dead 14 years the day she died. She was the mother of thirteen children, eight of whom are living viz: W.J., M.C., C.G. Howard and Mrs. Mariah L. Sivells, of Brownwood Texas; T.B. Howard, of r. No. 3 Princeton; Mrs. Ellen Hall and Mrs. J.P. Martin, of Gracey, Ky. The four latter children and three grand-daughters were with her in her last illness. She leaves twenty one grand-children, twenty great-grand-children and two great-great-grand-children. To these she has been a most loving and tender mother, caring for and training them with a self-sacrificing devotion characteristic of a true Christian mother whose memory they now cherish with the grateful satisfaction of having had one of the best mothers, and while they realize they have sustained a very great loss they would not call her back from the sweet rest and joy of her bright home in Heaven.
  She was a devout and faithful Christian, true to her profession of faith in Christ and to the Baptist church, of which she was a member for nearly seventy years. She was regular in attendance at church until infirmities of old age prevented.
  Dear children and grand-children let  us follow the example this dear mother has left us. After the funeral services, conducted by Rev. R. Ramey, she was laid to rest by the side of her beloved husband and devoted daughter, Mrs. N.B. Butts, in the family burying ground near Lamasco, Lyon county, beneath the sweet flowers to await the resurrection morn.   One Who Loved Her.

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