The Baugh Family of Logan County, Kentucky, continued_________
two (Eugene B.); a daughter, age fifteen (Nettie); a son, age thirteen (George R. L.); a son, age eleven (Edgar); a daughter, age eight (Maggie); a daughter, age six (Su- san); and a son, age one (Verner).
John S. and Lucy Baugh had these children according to the 1870 Logan County, Ky. Census:32
Eugene B. Baugh, age thir- teen, b. Aug. 1857 in Logan County, Ky. Brunette R. Baugh, age five (female), b. 1864-65, Logan County, Ky. George R. L. Baugh, age three, b. Mar. 1867, Logan County, Ky. Edgar Baugh, age one, b. 1868- 69, Logan County, Ky.
Mark Arslan adds these chil- dren:33
Maggie B. Baugh, b. 1870-71, Logan County, Ky. Susan Kate Baugh, b. 1873- 74, Logan County ?, Ky. Verner I. Baugh, b. 5 Jan. 1879, Johnson County, Tx.
Figure 3. Map of Logan County, Kentucky. The arrow at upper right indicates the home of the J. S. Baugh family Burial records indicate that John S. Baugh was buried in Bono Cemetery in Johnson County, Tx., 28 Mar. 1909.34 He died in Snyder, Scurry County, Tx., 26 Mar. 1909,35 where his son Eugene B. and daughter Nettie Baugh Wasson (a widow) lived. Son Edgar lived in Parker County, Tx. (Weatherford is county seat). John died of pneumonia. Janet Baugh and Rochelle Hines found John’s (Figure 4) and Lucy’s (Figure 5) graves in Bono Cemetery, seven miles west of Cleburne, Johnson County, Tx. ary published in 1898 from an unidentified newspa- per (likely from either Johnson County, Tx. or Hood County, Tx.) reads as follows: Bono. [Tx.] The good Master called Mrs. J. S. Baugh away from this sinful world of sorrow and trouble last week. She is now resting in the arms of the One who provides for this life and prepares a home for the next. Mrs. Baugh will be missed very much in this vicinity. She has resided here for 19 years, and during that time, she won many friends and loved ones. At the Cleburne Public Library they found the Deering Funeral Home records that showed John died in Snyder, Scurry County, Tx. Janet and Ro- chelle don’t know if he was visiting or living with his son at the time of his death. A copy of Lucy’s obitu- We regret seeing our dear friend depart and
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