Person:David Parish (1)

David Gribbon Parish
m. 21 Sep 1852
  1. David Gribbon Parish1854 - 1915
  2. Mary Tarvin Parish1856 - 1942
  3. Emma E. Parish1860 - 1924
  4. Anna Henderson Parish1862 - 1935
  5. Lily Parish1866 - 1867
Facts and Events
Name[3] David Gribbon Parish
Gender Male
Birth[3] 1 Jan 1854 Cynthiana, Harrison County, Kentucky
Census[1] 1860 Cynthiana, Harrison County, Kentucky
Death[3] 5 Aug 1915 Dayton, Campbell County, Kentucky
Obituary[2] 8 Aug 1915 Lexington, Kentucky
Obituary[5] 13 Aug 1915 Cynthiana, Harrison County, Kentucky
Burial[4] Battle Grove Cemetery, Cynthiana, Harrison County, Kentucky
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References
  1. United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule.

    Year: 1860; Census Place: Cynthiana, Harrison, Kentucky; Roll M653_372; Page: 566; Image: 112; Family History Library Film: 803372; Dwelling: 28; Family: 28.

    James Parrish 38 [abt 1822] M Master Mason Real:2000;Pers:4000 Kentucky
    Harriet " 28 [abt 1832] F Housekeeper Kentucky
    Gribbon " 6 [abt 1854] M Kentucky
    Mary T " 4 [abt 1856] F Kentucky
    Emma E " 1 [abt 1859] F Kentucky
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  2. "Gribbon Parish is Dead of Pneumonia", in Lexington Herald (Lexington, Ky.), 8 Aug 1915.

    Former Resident of Cynthiana Passes away at Dayton
    (Special to the Herald)
    Cynthiana, Ky., Aug 6 — Relatives here have been notified of the death of Gribbon Parish at his home in Dayton, Ky., last night after a few days' illness of pneumonia. Mr. Parish formerly lived here and was the only son of Mrs. Harriet Parish and the brother of Mrs. H. A. Woody, Mrs. Mary Clary and Miss Emma Parish, all of this city. He is survived by his wife and several children. The body will be brought here Sunday morning and the funeral services will be held at the home of his mother on South Main Street Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, and the burial will take place at Battle Grove Cemetery.
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  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 Tarvin Family Association. The Descendants of Cassandra Tarvin Parish: Seventh Child of Reverand George Tarvin. (Bountiful, Utah: Family History Publishers, 2003), p. 229-30.
  4. Find A Grave.
  5. The Cynthiana Log Cabin (Kentucky). (Lexington: Photographic Services, University of Kentucky, 1958), 13 Aug 1915.

    Mr. David Gribbon Parish, age 61 years, died of pneumonia at Dayton, Ky., on Thursday, Aug. 5, at 8:15 p.m. Mr. Parish was traveling in the west representing the Independent Hardware Company of Galesburg, Ill., when he became severely ill at Omaha. Realizing his condition, he started home, arriving at Dayton on August 1. He had been a sufferer for some 10 years with eye trouble and neuritis. The remains were brought to Cynthiana to the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Woody, where the funeral services were held on Sunday, Aug. 8, conducted by Rev M. T. Chandler, assisted by Rev. R. H. Tolle. The remains were buried at Battle Grove.

    Deceased was the son of Mrs. Harriet Parish and the late James J. Parish and was born in Cynthiana on January 1, 1854. He was educated at the city school and was a member of a class of three, in 1873, who were the first to graduate from the Cynthiana High School. Later he went to Easton, Pa., where he took a course in law and was admitted to the bar, having read law with Achilles Perrin. At an early age he united with the Methodist church. For the last ten years he has been a successful traveling salesman, and was well liked by all who knew him.

    In 1879 he married Miss Lucy Howe, the ceremony being performed in Cincinnati by the minister of St. Paul's M.E. church. He is survived by his wife, and five children, Harry, Ina, Harriet, Roy, and Mrs. Howard Cook, of Dayton, Ky.

    He was a brother of Mrs. H. A. Woody, Mrs. Mary Clary, and Miss Emma Parish, of Cynthiana. For the last fourteen years he has resided at Dayton, Ky., having previoiusly lived at Bellevue, Ky., and St. Louis, Mo.

    Those here for the funeral were Mrs. Lucy T. Parish, Mr. Harry Parish, Miss Ina Parish, Miss Harriet Parish, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Parish, Mr. and Mrs. J. Howell Cook, Miss Nora Heischmiller, Miss Sue Frampton, and Mr. Sam Frank.