Frances Miller
d/o Attison Miller and Gypsy Ethel Estep

Freddie E. Castle
s/o Fred Castle & Virgie Hannah
Fred Castle, 83, of Route 3, Louisa, died Saturday in a local hospital. Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday from the Charley Free Will Baptist Church with the Rev. Kay Thompson, Jr., Rev. Arlie Blackburn and Rev. Harold Stevens officiating. Burial was in Greenlawn Cemetery. Born May 23, 1888, he was a son of the late Dean and Francis Fitch Castle. He was a retired fireman for the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Co., and was a member of Chandlersville Masonic Lodge 858 AF & AM. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Virgie Hanners Castle; three daughters, Mrs. Daisy Thompson of route 1, Louisa, Mrs. Dorothy Moore of Columbus, OH, and Mrs. Carmie Hayes of Louisa; four sons, Edford Castle of Urbana, OH, Elwood Castle of Buchanan, KY, Freddie and H. D. Castle of route 1, Louisa; two half sisters, Mrs. Carnalee Borders and Mrs. Goldie Slone of Columbus; and 13 grandchildren and six great grandchildren. The body was taken from the Heston Funeral Home to the residence and removed to the church to lie in state. Masonic graveside rites were held. Big Sandy News, June 10, 1971


MILLER, Attison
Attison (Att) Miller, 85, of Adams, KY, died Sunday in a Louisa hospital after a long illness. Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. Tuesday from the Spencer Free Will Baptist Church on Louisa route 1, of which he was a member, with the Rev. Arlie Blackburn and Rev. Virgil Daniels officiating. Burial was in the Miller Cemetery on Louisa, Route 1. A retired farmer, he was born November 24, 1881, at Adams, a son of the late Orville and Alice Meade Miller. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Gypsy Estep Miller; four daughters, Mrs. Willis Thompson, of Louisa, Route 1, Mrs. Marie Jordan of Columbus, and Mrs. Wilson Moore and Mrs. Freddie Castle of Adams; two sons, Kermit Miller of Louisa, route 1, and Hershel Miller of Columbus; two brothers, Levi Miller of Louisa Route 1, and Bob Miller of Oak Hill, Route 1, OH; 9 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of the Young Funeral Home. Big Sandy News, September 14, 1967
h/o Gypsy Ethel Estep
s/o Arville Miller and Mary Alice Meade


MILLER, Gypsy (Estep)
w/o Attison Miller
d/o Samuel McClellen Estep and Dicie F. Frances
Funeral services for Mrs. Gypsy E. Miller, 82, of route 1, Louisa, who died February 27 at Louisa Community Hospital following a brief illness were conducted March 1, at the Charley Freewill Baptist Church at Charley by the Rev. Byrd Webb and the Rev. John Fraley. Burial was in the Miller family cemetery at route 1, Louisa. Mrs. Miller was born December 16, 1894 in Louisa, a daughter of the late McClellan and Dicie France Estep. She was a retired teacher, having served 35 years in the Lawrence County school system. She was a member of the Freewill Baptist Church. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Willis Thompson of route 1, Louisa, Mrs. Marie Oliver of Columbus, OH, Mrs. Wilson Moore of route 2, Louisa, and Mrs. Freddie Castle of route 1, Louisa, two sons, Kermit Miller of route 1, Louisa and Hersel Miller of Columbus; a sister, Mrs. Barbara Weinrich of Columbus; a brother, Fred Estep of route 1, Louisa; 11 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Big Sandy News, March 8, 1977