J. L. Jake
1885 - 1961

Hattie Webb
1887 - 1973
NEAL, Jake
J. L. (Jake) Neal, 75, a veteran court official of Star Route Louisa, succumbed to a heart attack near his residence Wednesday, February 8, at 9:15 a.m. just after he left the house en route to Louisa with a neighbor. Mr. Neal a farmer was born May 23, 1885, a son of the late Charles and Josephine Belcher Neal on Route 4, Louisa, where he resided for 28 years. He later moved to Big Catt Creek where he had resided for 47 years at the time of his death. He had been elected Magistrate of District 6 for 8 terms and was the oldest officer of the Lawrence County Fiscal Court in point of service. According to court records he has served 32 years in that position. He was known as a man of integrity and was outspoken on the various issues which confronted the court from time to time. Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday from the Dennis Methodist Chapel with the Rev. Gallie Isaac and the Rev. Fred Vanhorn officiating. Burial was in Neal and Kitchen Cemetery on Catt Creek. The body was removed from the Curtright Funeral Home to the residence at 2 p.m. Friday. Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Hattie Ethel Webb Neal, to whom he had been married 49 years; three daughters, Mrs. Cornie C. Bishop of Route 1, Webbville, Mrs. Lincoln Kitchen, Star Route, Louisa and Mrs. Willie Ray Wilson of Webbville; three sons, Maxwell Neal of South Point, OH, Charles A. Neal of Elwood City, PA, and James L. Neal of Elyria, OH; a sister, Mrs. Lora Belcher of South Point; 7 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Big Sandy News, February 16,1961
NEAL, HATTIE ETHEL, white female married to J. L. Neal who died in 1961; R: star route, Louisa; DOD: November 10, 1973 at 4:20 a.m. at Ashland, KY; DOB: June 21, 1888 at star route Louisa; Age: 85 years; F: Andrew Jackson Webb; M: Mary Elizabeth Childers; Burial: Kitchen-Neal Cemetery, star route Louisa; Funeral: Monday November 12 at 2 at Dennis Chapel Church; Clergy: Gallie Isaac and Fred Vanhorn; member of United Methodist Church; Informant: Mrs. Wilson; Survivors: 3 daughters, Mrs. Irene Bishop and Mrs. Imogene Wilson, both of route 1, Webbville, and Mrs. Charline Kitchen of Star Route, 2 sons, Charles A. Neal of Elwood City, PA, and James L. Neal of Elyria, OH; 2 sisters, Mrs. Martha Compton of Louisville and Mrs. Cora Thompson of Ashland; a brother, Lafe Webb of Cincinnati, 8 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Young Funeral Home Records


1907 - 1962 ****************
s/o J. L. Jake Neal & Hattie Ethel Web