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Owsley County is a county located in the Eastern Coalfield region of the . state of Kentucky. As of the 2010 census, the population was 4,755, making it the second ...

DENNIS - Jubelanie Wayne (Marlo) : 
Age 20, late of 337 Poincianna Drive, 
Cedar Grove Estate, St Catherine, 
died tragically on July 14, 2017 
leaving Mother Annette, Father 
Dennis, brother August and other 
relatives and friends. Funeral service 
will be held on Sunday, September 

Although Earle never charted within the Top 5 on the Hot Country Songs chart, he did chart several songs on the Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. His most recent chart appearance was in 1996, despite having charted several successful albums.

Rocky Ritchie was raised in Bakersfield, graduating from Foothill High School.  He served in the United States Air Force for four years, the last year in Guam.  He was discharged as a Sergeant.  He earned an AA degree from Yuba College and a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice from California State University, Sacramento.  Rocky returned to Bakersfield and worked as an Officer for the Bakersfield Police Department for 16 years.  When he retired, he entered law school, and in 1997 he earned his . degree from California Pacific School of Law and was sworn into the California State Bar.  He practiced law most recently in Lake Isabella, CA.  He is greatly missed by his wife, Chris Ritchie, daughter Karri Ruenzel, his six-year-old grandson, Rocky Ruenzel, and many friends and colleagues.  

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James Moores' land included all of Booneville, extending east across the South Fork River and towards Lerose. The community was originally known as Moore's Station, but it was renamed Booneville (for Daniel Boone) when it was incorporated in 1846. James Moore Jr. was the first postmaster. When the county was formed in 1843, Elias Moore donated the land for its seat. The post office opened in 1844. Owsley County lost part of its territory to Jackson County in 1858, and two years later lost more to Wolfe County. In 1870, Lee County was formed, and Owsley County was reduced to its present size.

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