Person:Marion Wells (1)

Marion Edward Wells
m. 28 Nov 1914
  1. Ethel Lee Wells1915 - 2005
  2. Stella Mae Wells1917 - 1988
  3. Marion Edward Wells1919 - 2007
  4. Harry Wells1923 - 1995
  5. Elmer Case Wells1925 - 1989
  6. Lindbergh Wells1928 - 2012
  7. Marvin Dean Wells1932 - 1980
Facts and Events
Name Marion Edward Wells
Alt Name /Pappy/ _____
Gender Male
Birth[1] 25 Feb 1919 Bourbon County, Kentucky
Marriage to Lee Opal Morris
Death? 29 Apr 2007 Paris, Bourbon County, Kentucky
Burial? 2 May 2007 Paris Cemetery, Bourbon County, Kentucky
Reference Number? 7875

Obituary of Marion Edward Wells Marion Edward "Pappy" Wells, 88 years old, son of the late Harry B. and Ida Lee Carter Wells, passed on to a better place on Sunday, April 29, at Bourbon Community Hospital. He was born in Bourbon County and was a 36 year employee of Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company. He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Lee Opal Morris Wells; a son Marion Edward "Bud" Wells Jr. and his wife Janet; a daughter, Sandra Elaine. He is also survived by five grandchildren, Yolanda (tim Hunter) Estes, Jimmie (Sally) Lockhart Jr., Simone (Matt) Gerwin, Rob (Teresa) Wells. Also surviving are great grandchildren Francisco Estes, Andrew Estes, Katie Lockhart, Trip Lockhart, Parker Wells, Clayton Wells, and Gracie Wells.Hi is survived by four sisters, Anna B. Link, Ruby Linville, Nina (Donald) McClain, Margaret (Harold) King, and a brother, Lindberg (Helen) Wells. He was proceede in death b sisters, Stella Browning and Ethel Blake; brother Harry Wells, Elmer Wells, and Dean Wells and a great grandson, Cameron Wells. He will Be missed greatly by all those named above, his numerous neices and nephews, and many friends he leaves behind. Funeral services will be at 2:00 pm Wednesday, May 2, at the Hinton-Turner Funeral Home by Chaplain Stewart Dawson of the Lexington Fire Department with the interment in the Paris Cemetery. Visitation will be 5-8 pm Tuesday.

  1. Research done by and information looked up by Darrell Warner. Kentucky Birth, Marraige and Death Databases CD from Kentucky Department for Libraries and Archives. Research by Darrell Warner..