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GROTTENHOFF—In loving memory of George Grottenhoff, who died October 19, 1922. SMITH—In loving memory of Clarence O. Smith, who departed this life October 18, 1918. SUBLETT—In loving memory of little Elmer R. Sublett, who died October 13, 1918. WATSON—In loving memory of my dear son, Merritt L. Watson, who died October 20, 1914. Card of Thanks. JEWELL—We wish to extend our sincere thaks to our friends and relatives for the sympathy and kind- ness wshown us during the recent death of our son, husband and brother, William Randolph Jewell. Parents, Wife and Brother. WILLINGER—We wish to thank theh Rev. Father Bohlsen, the choir, pallbearers, donors of flowers, in the funeral of George James Willinger. Mrs. James Sibler. Louisville Courier-Journal, March 1, 1923 Judge Moorman Is Father of Twins. Mother and Boys Are Doing Nicely at St. Joseph’s Infirmary.
Twin boys were born Saturday afternoon at St. Joseph’s Infirmary, it was learned yesterday, to Mrs. Charles H. Moorman, wife of Judge Charles H. Moorman of the United States Court of Appeals, Cincinnati, former member of the Kentucky Court of Appeals and former Federal Judge of the Western District of Kentucky.
Before her marriage Mrs. Moorman was Miss Lily Belknap of this city.1
See Rita F. Wallace (Court historian, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, Cincinnati), http://www.ca6.uscourts. gov/lib_hist/Courts/circuit/judges/judges/moorman.html. Charles Harwood Moorman (b. 24 April 1876, Big Springs, Meade County, d. 26 January 1938, Louisville), a son of William James and Margaret (Bush) Moorman, married Lily Belknap, a daughter of Morris Burke and Lily (Buckner) Belknap, on 28 November 1914. Moorman served as a U.S. District Court judge (1924-25) and sat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit from February 2, 1925 until his death. Belknap was a granddaughter of Governor Simon Bolivar Buckner (1887-91). Her father was the Republican nominee for governor in 1903. The twins’ names were Morris Belknap and Charles Harwood Moorman. 1
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