LELA AND DIMPLE MABERRY
Lela, Dimple and Edith Maberry are descendants
Born: Abt. 1741` in Virginia
Died: Abt. June 14, 1814 in Jessamine County, Ky
He served in the Militia in Culpepper Co., Virginia
Married AGNES PULLIAM
Died: 1812-1814 in Jessamine County, Kentucky
Son of Fisher and Agnes:
Born: March 20, 1783 in Nicholasville, Jessemine Co. Ky
Died: January 8, 1842 in Woodville, Greene Co., Illinois
Married NANCY PREWITT on Aug. 21, 1806
Born: February 14, 1788 in Jessemine Co., Ky
Died: December 24. 1864 Woodville, Greene Co., Illinois
Daughter of Jefferson and Nancy Maberry:
MARGARET HOWARD RICE
Born: April 2, 1811 in Nicholasville, Jessemine Co., Ky
Died: Dec. 2, 1887 in Woodville, Greene Co., Illinois
Married on March 27, 1833 in Woodville to
Born: November 7, 1810 Jessemine Co., Ky
Died: November 13, 1893 in Woodville, Illinois
Daughter of Margaret and Harvey Trimble:
GEORGEANN ELLEN TRIMBLE
Born: September 13, 1834 in Clarksville, Missouri
Married February, 1856 to
WILLIAM M. MABERRY
Born: February 13, 1833 in Sumner County, Tennessee
Died: July 21, 1901 Woody, Greene Co., Illinois
Son of William and Georgeann Maberry:
WILLIAM ADDISON MABERRY
Born: January 27, 1863
Died: August 9, 1898
Wm. Addison Mayberry Aug. 12, 1898
died at his home near Woody, Tuesday, Aug. 9, at 9:30 a.m., Wm. Addison Maberry, aged 35 years, 6 months, 13 days. The funeral service was conducted at his residence yesterday morning at 10 am by Rev. R. J. Church of this citiy and the burial was at the Maberry cemetery.
Mr. Maberry had been in poor health for two or three years, and spent a part of the last year in Florida. His condition was not considered serious, however about two or three weeks ago, when he left to quit work in the field and go to the house. He was never again able to go out.
According ot our best information, he was afflicted with a severe stomach trouble, and the worrying over his business affairs and rush of work on the farm was too much for him.
Mr. Maberry was the only son of Judge Wm. Maberry and wife of Woody. He was well known in Carrollton, and all-over western Greene county, as an honorable young man, energetic, socially accommodating and thoroughly reliable in all walks of life.
He was married Oct. 17, 1886, to Miss Emma Greaves, who, with three little daughters, survives him. The children were Lela, age 10, Edith, age 9, and Dimple, age 8. Mr. Maberry will be greatly missed by hundreds of friends in the community where he was born and raised. The relatives from a distance who were present at the funeral: Mrs. John Gibson, a brother-in-law, John Barnett, and George Dewees, a cousin from Morgan county.
Married on August 17, 1886 in Woody, Greene Co., Illinois
to EMMA M. GREAVES
Daughters of William and Emma:
DIMPLE MABERRY (b. August 30, 1890)
EDITH MABERRY (b. May 16, 1889, d. Dec. 30, 1899)
LELA MABERRY (b. Sept. 6, 1887)
married Claude Gring
Obituary of Dimple A. Maberry, 1937
A message was received Sunday by Myrtle Greaves, stating that her cousin, Dimple A. Maberry, had passed away on Friday, Aug. 6 at the home of her sister, Mrs. Claude E. Gringe of South Pasadena, California. Descedant was a daughter of Addison Maberry, deceased, and Emma Greaves Maberry and was born and reared near Woody, this county. She graduated in 1908 from Carrollton High School and for a few years after taught in the rural schools of the county.
Over twenty years ago her mother and two daughters moved to Riverside, California. Miss Dimple continued her educational training and resumed teaching near Riverside.
A few years later her health failing and the family moved to the high altitude of Banning, residing there until a few months ago, when she was taken to Pasadena hoping the change would be helpful, but she gradually grew worse. Although she had been a semi-invalid for about fifteen years, she derived much enjoymnet from life, owing mainly to the comfort and help she received from her Christian family. She was cheerful and interested in people and their activities, which made her many friends and they as well as many friends and relative in Illinois will regret her passing.
She is survived by her mother who has been her constant companion and nurse all these years and one sister, Lela, wife of Claude Gring. Another sister, Edith, died in childhood, two aunts, Mrs. Margaret Covington of Arlington, California, and Mrs. Al Hutchens of Kansas City.
My thanks to Karen Barnard for the information and obituaries.