• [S646] U.S. Census Kentucky 1870, James Hulett, Franklin County, Benson, July 12, 1870, Page 3, Dwelling 23, Family 22, Mircropublication M593, Reel 462, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Hulett, James, age 57, male, white, born Kentucky, Ret Merchant, real estate 5000, pers prop 1600
    Hulett, Cortney, age 41, female, white, born Kentucky
    Hulett, Catherine, age 7, female, white, born Indiana,.
  • [S2347] E-mail from Phyllis Shackelford Hedges, to Garril L Kueber, December 27, 2001.
  • [S2366] Obituary of Oscar Duncan (copied from 'Descendents of Robert R Duncan by Phyllis Shackelford Hedges), The Shelby Record, Shelbyville, Kentucky (March 21, 1913),
    The Shelby Record
    Friday March 21, 1913
    Chief of Police of Shelbyville Dies at King's Daughters Hosp.
    Kidney Trouble of Long Standing and the Shock Following a Surgical Operation Were Fatal.
    The not-unexpected death of Mr. Oscar D. Duncan occurred last Friday morning at half-past six o'clock at the Kings Daughters Hosp. Where he underwent a surgical operation the Monday before. For more than a year he had been a sufferer of diabetes, and for a number of years had been afflicted with sore feet, the result of frostbite. The latter trouble had gradually progressed until the great toe on his right foot became so seriously affected that his physician advised him to have it amputated. Hoping that relief could be obtained and not have the toe removed, he declined to heed the doctor's advice. His organic ailment, and the condition of his toe grew worse, and about a week before his death, gangrene having set in, it was announce that the only hope of saving his life, lay in the removal of his foot. He was taken to the hospital and his right foot was amputated at the point seven inches below the knee. It was believed shortly after the operation that Mr. Duncan would recover, but in his weakened condition, due to his prolonged suffering of kidney trouble, he was not physically able to withstand the shock, and it was soon apparent that he could not live. He grew weaker and weaker until the time above mentioned, when his spirit took its flight.
    Oscar Duncan was born and reared in the Bagdad neighborhood and was fifty-two yrs. of age. For twenty years he had been a member of the Police force of Shelbyville, and for the past eight years, had been Chief of Police. He was a good officer and popular with all who knew him. He is survived by his wife, who was formerly Miss Belle Peyton of Franklin Co., and seven children: four daughters, Mrs. Stella Donahue of this City; Mrs. George J. Bishop, of Indianapolis; Mrs. James Shackelford, of Ashland, Ky.; and Miss Pauline Duncan who resides at home, and three sons, Wm. Duncan, of Newark, N.J.; Thompson and Frank Duncan, of this place. He also leaves one brother, Porter Duncan, of Louisville, and three sisters. Two of his sisters, Mrs. J.D. McCormack and Mrs. John Allen, live here.
    The funeral services were conducted at the Baptist Church Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock by the pastor, Dr. T.H. Athey. The internment was in Grove Hill Cemetery. The pall-bearers were Lewis Carwile and C.B. Arnsparger, of the police force and Everett Carter, Ed Amyx, Scott Moore and Ed Rice, of the fire dept.
  • [S2367] Obituary of Oscar Duncan (copied from 'Descendents of Robert R Duncan by Phyllis Shackelford Hedges), The Shelby News, Shelbyville, Kentucky (March 20, 1913),
    The Shelby News
    Thursday March 20, 1913
    Death of Oscar D Duncan
    Chief of Police, Oscar D Duncan died Friday am at 6:30 o'clock at the Kings Daughters Hosp. in this city of gangrene as a result of diabetes. His death followed an operation for amputation of his right leg between the ankle and knee, which was performed on Monday afternoon. He had been a sufferer from diabetes for more than a year. A month ago gangrene developed in his great toe and gradually spread until is entire right foot was affected, and the operation was resorted to a a last resort in the hope of saving his life. Being physically unable to withstand the shock he gradually grew worse until the end came Friday morning.
    Oscar Duncan was born near Jacksonville in this county fifty-tow years ago. His early life was spent on a farm in the county and eighteen years ago he moved from Clay Village to this city. A short time later he became a member of the police force of the city and proved himself a brave and fearless officer. Six years ago he was elected Chief , which post he held at the time of his death. Several months ago he entered the race for the Democratic nomination for Jailer of Shelby Co. and was prosecuting his canvass, when over-taken by the fatal illness.
    Chief Duncan is survived by his wife, who was formerly Mess Belle Peyton, of Franklin Co and seven children, four daughters, Mrs. Stella Donahue of this city, Mrs. Geo. J. Bishop of Indianapolis; Mrs. James Shackelford of Ashland, Ky.; and Miss Pauling Duncan who resides at home, and three sons, Wm Duncan of Newark N.J., Thompson and Frank Duncan of this place.
    Funeral Services same as Shelby Record.
  • [S2569] U.S. Census Kentucky 1880, John Shackelford, Franklin County, Benson, June 29, 1880, Page 25, Dwelling 169, Family 170, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Shackleford, John, male, white, widowed, age 76, born Virginia, father born Virginia, mother born Virginia
    Agness Shackleford, daughter, female, white, age 13, born Kentucky, father born Virginia, mother born Kentucky
    Albert D Shackleford, son, male, white, married, age 18, born Kentucky, father born Virginia, mother born Kentucky
    Catharine Shackleford, daughter-in-law, female, white, married, age 17, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky,.
  • [S2625] U.S. Census Kentucky 1880, Franklin Clark, Shelby County, ED 190, June 11, 1880, Page 14, Dwelling 100, Family 107, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives Washington DC,
    Franklin Clark, male, white, age 40, married, farmer, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Nancy M Clark, wife, female, white, age 38, married, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Smith B Clark, son, male, white, age 7, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Willy Clark, son, male, white, age 5, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    James Clark, son, male, white, age 3, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Lizzy Clark, daughter, female, white, age 8 months, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky,.
  • [S2775] U.S. Census Kentucky 1870, John Shackelford, Shelby County, Hardinsville, July 7, 1870, Page 548, Dwelling 32, Family 31, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,
    Shackelford, John, age 48?, male, white, farmer, real estate 100, born Virginia
    Maria Shackelford, age 44, female, white, born Kentucky
    Edith Shackelford, age 12, female, white, born Kentucky
    Louis Shackelford, age 10, male, white, born Kentucky
    Albert Shackelford, age 8, male, white, born Kentucky
    Agnes Shackelford, age 3, male, white, born Kentucky,.
  • [S3007] Schackelford and Hedges Ancestors, Phyllis Schackelford Hedges, this source may be viewed at http://www.gencircles.com/users/pshedges/1, reviewed update of October 16, 2003.
  • [S4274] U.S. Census Kentucky 1900, Frank W Clark, Shelby County, Christianburg, June 13, 1900, Page 14, Dwelling 237, Family 238, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives Washington DC,
    Clark, Frank W, head, male, white, born Feb 1840, age 60, married 28 years, farmer, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Clark, Mildred, wife, female, white, born Jan 1842, age 58, married 28 years, four children, four living, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Clark, Bradley, son, male, white, born Nov 1872, age 27, single, farm laborer, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Clark, Willie, son, male, white, born Sept 1874, age 25, single, farm laborer, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Clark, James, son, male, white, born Feb 1876, age 24, single, farm laborer, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky
    Clark, Lizzie, daughter, female, white, born Oct 1879, age 20, single, born Kentucky, father born Kentucky, mother born Kentucky,.
  • [S5091] Lizzie Clark Demaree, Kentucky Death Certificate 15038, died June 12, 1932, North Shelbyville, Shelby County, Kentucky, Ancestry.com World Wide Web site,.
  • [S5092] Smith Bradley Clark, Kentucky Death Certificate 20251, died September 12, 1947, Deaconess Hospital, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, Ancestry.com World Wide Web site,.
  • [S5093] William Duncan Clark, Kentucky Death Certificate 18375, died August 28, 1951, St Joseph Infirmary, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, Ancestry.com World Wide Web site,.
  • [S5108] Ida May Bishop, Kentucky Death Certificate 9736, died May 11, 1949, Louisville General Hospital, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, Ancestry.com World Wide Web site,.
  • [S5110] Ora Lee Shackelford, Kentucky Death Certificate 27017, died December 27, 1944, 1279 South Preston Street, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, Ancestry.com World Wide Web site,.
  • [S5443] James W Shackelford, Kentucky Death Certificate 21911, died October 18, 1946, Norton Memorial Infirmary, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, Kentucky Death Records, 1852-1953, Ancestry.com,.
  • [S5780] U.S. Census Kentucky 1910, Mildred Clark, Shelby County, Jacksonville, April 15, 1910, Sheet 1A, Dwelling 7, Family 5, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,.
  • [S10765] U.S. Census Kentucky 1910, Rice B Whaley, Harrison County, Cynthiana, Ward 1, April 27, 1910, Page 18B, Dwelling 419, Family 416, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,.
  • [S10766] U.S. Census Kentucky 1910, Gertrude Slade, Harrison County, Cynthiana, Ward 1, April 20, 1910, Page 8B, Dwelling 191, Family 205, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,.
  • [S10829] U.S. Census West Virginia 1920, J W Shackelford, Kanawha County, Charleston, Precinct 25, January 6, 1920, Page 3A, 1514 Washington, Dwelling 44, Family 48, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,.
  • [S10880] U.S. Census Kentucky 1930, James W Shackelford, Jefferson County, Louisville, Block 117, April 5, 1930, Page 5A, 1331 Morton Avenue, Dwelling 73, Family 83, Ancestry.com census images, National Archives, Washington DC,.