AAFA Kentucky Bible and Family Records
By Lynn D. Shelley, AAFA #484
From Published Sources
From MIDDLE TENNESSEE FAMILY HISTORY, VOL. 1 compiled by Mabel Abbott
Tucker and Helen Crawford Marsh. page 110 [only Alford reference was
Bible and loose papers in Bible in possession of Mrs. Joe Mooneyham,
Submitted by Carolyn McAdams.
Death notice from paper [in loose papers?]:
"Henry Hillard (Tobe) Fallis, 72, died at home of daughter Mrs.
Sara Fay Fallis Alford in Lexington, KY, on Dec. 5. He was reared in
Marshall Co. TN. He was a Blacksmith at Moorsville, Bryant Station,
Roberson Fork and other places until he moved to KY. Buried Lexington,
KY, Dec. 7. Survived Mrs. Lee Alford and two granddaughters Audrey and
Nola Lee Alford." [Newspaper date missing and not included in obit]
AAFA NOTES: Henry H. Fallis/Follis died Dec. 5, 1942, in Fayette
County, KY. Henry Fallis' death date was determined from the Kentucky
Vital Statistics file found on the Internet at http://ukcc.uky.edu/~vitalrec/,
however there he is listed as Henry H. FOLLIS and daughter Sara Fay
is also listed as Sarah FOLLIS for both birth records of her daughters.
Sara Fay (1895-May 12, 1976) married Leroy/Lee J. Alford (May, 1888-May
2, 1955), son of Joseph W. and Enola B. Foley Alford of Fayette Co.
KY, about 1917. They had two daughters as listed above--Audrey Doris
born July, 19, 1918, and Enola Lee born July 19, 1920. In 1920, they
were living in Fayette County with Lee J.'s parents. Joseph W. was a
descendant of Jacob Alford and Nancy Hunter, who came to what became
Kentucky from Virginia about 1789.