Mother of Mr .E. Wynn Of this City Died At Cromwell Ky Mr .E. Wynn, of this city, was called to the bedside of his
mother, Mrs Martha P. Wynn, at Cromwell, Ky., in the latter part of December last, where Mrs Wynn had been an invalid for nearly three years and where she expired on Dec 30th, 1905.
She was the widow of the late William W. Wynn, a noted Methodist preacher, who was ordained by the Tennessee Conference of the M.E. church South of Nashville,Tenn in 1852, having married Miss Martha F. Braick, in Robertson county, Tennessee, January 24, 1839.
In 18-- they moved to Trigg county, where .E. Wynn was born in 1840 and where they resided for many years, having
twelve children born unto them. Rev. William W. Wynn died at the home of .E. Wynn in Delwood, Ill, April 26, 1897.
After the death of her husband, Mrs Wynn lived with her dauther, Mrs K. ---rer at Crom---, Ohio county, Kentucky,
and was greatly repected by all who knew her, because of her good Christian character and loveable disposition. Rev.
William W. Wynn preached to many congreations in various counties in this state from the time of his ordination in
1852 and was a consistent and zealous ministe of the gospel of peace, noted for good deeds and timely counsels. Mrs
Wynn, like her husband lived in the faith, evinced it by her works and died in triumphant trust and unfaltering
confidence in the Savior of the world fell sweetly to sleep in the arms of the all saving Jesus. Mr J.E. Wynn was the
only child at the death bed of his father, and he and his sisters Mrs --- were the only children attending the death of Miss Wynn last December. Mr J.E. Wynn is the father of Mrs Eugene Young, of this city, with whom he has lived for
the past six years. He desires to extend his heartfelt gratitude to the good people of Cromwell for their sympathetic and kindly treatment of his mother in her long illness. Caldwell - 1906


WILLIE EDGAR WYNN, 86, of Route 1, Eddyville, died Friday, Jan 16 at 7:47 a.m. in Jennie Stuart Hospital following a month illness.
He had previously been a patient at Trigg County Hospital.
A native of Lyon County, Mr. Wynn was born July 03 1889, son of GREEN AND ADA SILLS WYNN.
He was married to Lula GRAY, Jun 03 1911, who survives.
He was a member of Hurricane Baptist Church and a retired farmer.Funeral services were held at Hurricane Baptist Church Sunday, Jan 18, AT 2 P.M. with the Revs. Randall finley and Harold Lassiter officiating.
Music services were by Hurricane Church Choir with Mts. Robert Herring at the organ.
Burial was in the Church Cemetery. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Lula GRAY WYNN, five sons, Howard and Elmo WYNN, Route 1 Eddyville, Naul WYNN, Trigg County, Nello WYNN, Evansville, Ind and Earl WYNN, Princeton; a daughter Mrs. Alton JONES, Trigg County; a sister, Mrs. Reba LENEAVE, Cadiz; 15 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Two
children preceded him in death. Pallbearers were Dorris Jones, Keidell Wynn, Kenneth Wynn, Paul Wynn, Terry Kevin
and Denny Wynn.

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