1918-1990 Retired coal miner, Charlie Craft Jr., 71, died Sunday, January 7, in Highlands Regional Medical Center. Craft was born September 25, 1918 in Johnson County, the son of Charlie and Callista Hall Craft Sr. Gibbs, Jr., and John Mason Gibbs, all of Marion, Ohio; seven daughters, Arminta Wheeler and Vernie Gibbs, both of Salyersville; Phoebe Raymond, Eliza Ann Norton, Tillie Gibbs, Edna Rigby and Alice Gibbs, all of Marion; three sisters, Eliza Pennington of Flat Gap, Ethel Hill of Ashland, and Edna Cantrell of Ophir; and 10 grandchildren and three step-grandchildren.
Surviving are his wife, Margaret Honeycutt Craft; one son, Larry Kenneth Craft, of Auxier; one daughter, Wanda Palmer, of Meally one brother, Denver Craft, of Meally; two sisters. Officiating at services in the Freewill Baptist Church at Flat Fork were Revs. Burial was in Howard Cemetery at Flat Fork, with Paintsville Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. 10, 1990 GIBSON, Hulda (Saylor) 1906-1990 Hulda Gibson, 83, died Monday, January 1, in Findlay, Ohio. Gibson was born March 1, 1906, in Johnson County, the daughter of Issiah Jackson and Sara Liz Saylor. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Gibson, Jr., in 1968. 3, 1990 HAYSLETT, Randall 1935-1990 Randall "Tookie" Hayslett, died Wednesday, January 24, in Central Baptist Hospital, Lexington. Hayslett was born September 12, 1935 in Johnson County, the son of Rhule and Mayme De Bord Hayslett.
Jennings was transported Friday from the accident scene to Paul B. Paintsville Herald Wednesday Jan.17 1990 Retired miner, Robert Ashley Jennings, 47, died Sunday, January 14, in Cabell Huntington West Virginia, Mr.
Hall Regional Medical Center by Burchett's Ambulance and later transferred to Cabell Hunington Hospital where he died Sunday. Jennings was born November 1, 1942 in Johnson County, the son of Press and Maud Bell Jennings Williams.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Woodford C. Surviving are two daughters, Freda Durham, of Leander, and Sue Prater, of West Van Lear; one brother, Paul Caudill, of Denver, and two grandchildren. Burial was in Johnson County Memorial at Staffordsville.