Person:Julia Enix (1)

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Julia Ann Enix
m. 18 Nov 1838
  1. George Washington Enix1840 - 1925
  2. Elizabeth Jane Enix1843 - 1908
  3. William Taylor Enix1846 - 1922
  4. Lafayette J. Enix1850 - 1926
  5. Julia Ann Enix1853 - 1938
  6. Susan Enix1856 - 1929
  7. Juan Pierre Enix1860 - 1895
  8. Edward EnixAbt 1867 -
m. 19 Dec 1887
  1. Cecil Verian Enix1877 - 1974
  2. Beulah Gorman1888 - 1974
  3. Camby Gorman1891 - 1942
  4. Milton Harrison Gorman1892 - 1975
  5. Mary Ann Gorman1895 - 1895
  6. James Otis Gorman1898 - 1948
Facts and Events
Name[1] Julia Ann Enix
Gender Female
Birth[2] 12 Aug 1853 Carter County, Kentucky
Alt Birth[5] 20 Aug 1853 Carter Co., KY
Alt Marriage 18 Dec 1887 to Robert Gorman
Marriage 19 Dec 1887 Greenup County, Kentuckyto Robert Gorman
Death[3] 18 Nov 1938 Carter County, Kentucky
Alt Death[6] 18 Nov 1938 Carter Co., KY
Burial[4] Pleasant Valley Cemetery, Olive Hill, Carter County, Kentucky
Other? Enumerated in the 1880 U.S. Census of Carter County, Kentucky with her father Alfred Enix.Census-1880
Reference Number? 286

Julia married her second cousin[alfredenix.GED]

Source of Information: http://geocities.com/Heartland/Park/5617/kentnews.html The Carter County Herald November 24, 1938

OBITUARY-(JULIA ENIX GORMAN)

"Friday night, November 18, 1938, marked the passing of the last member of a family who were numbered among Carter county's early settlers, when Mrs. Julia Gorman died at her home east of the city. Mrs. Gorman was the sister of Taylor and Washington Enix, both of whom were widely known and prominent in the affairs of the county. She, as the last of seven children born to Alfred Enix and Mary Miller. Her grandfather, Abraham Enix, was one of the early pioneers of this section.

On her mother's side, her grandmother, Esther Henderson Miller, who died in 1884 at the age of 92 years, was early associated with the history of Olive Hill. Mrs. Gorman was born August 20, 1853. She had been ill two years and all that medical skill and careful care could do to save her were of no avail. When the Lord called she could do naught but answer. Like the Apostle Paul, she had finished her course and the time had come for her to take up a crown of righteousness and rest from her labors.

She was a good neighbor. Condemned by none, loved by all. Aunt Julia walked strictly with the Man of Galilee. More than fifty years ago she joined the Old Christian conference church and through many adverse circumstances and much sorrow, she kept ever in the pathway that leads upward. She believed that all we could take from this world were the good deeds we done while here, and as we looked down upon her peaceful face, quiet in death and unmarked by any passing shadow, we could but come to the knowledge that the way to leave this world is to be good.

She was laid to rest with her people in Miller cemetery a mile east of the city. She leaves to mourn her passing five children, Beulah and Otis of Olive Hill; Cecil of Hennessey, Oklahoma; Camby of Morehead and Harry of Hitchens. Funeral services were conducted at the home in the east end of the city, Sunday afternoon, in charge of the Henderson Funeral Home, by Rev. Beard, pastor of the Christian Church, assisted by Rev. Shouley pastor of the Nazarene Church, with burial in the family cemetery."

References
  1. Letter to Darrell Warner from Bruce Logan, e-mail blogan@@falcon1.net 2234 Concord Dr., Wheelersburg, OH 45694.

    Date of Import: Sep 29, 2003

  2. 1853 Carter County, Kentucky Birth microfile number " V158-4 looked up by Darrell Warner.
  3. Letter to Darrell Warner from Bruce Logan e-mail blogan@@falcon1.net.
  4. Letter to Darrell Warner from Bruce Logan, e-mail blogan@@falcon1.net 2234 Concord Dr., Wheelersburg, OH 45694.

    Date of Import: Sep 29, 2003

  5. 1853 Carter County, Kentucky Birth microfile number " V158-4 looked up by Darrell Warner.
  6. Letter to Darrell Warner from Bruce Logan e-mail blogan@@falcon1.net.