Grayson, Ky., Friday, August 15, 1902 


We regret very much of the sad and sudden death of Bro. Stephen L. Tabor, who died at his home near Limestone on Wednesday, Aug. 6, 1902.

He leaves a devoted wife and several children with many friends to mourn his loss, but we hope their loss is his great gain. 

Bro. R. L. Rose preached his funeral from this text; “Except a man be born again he cannot see the kingdom of God,” and Bro. Conley 
followed with a nice exhortation. 

The Bro. Masons then took the body in solemn procession to the place of interment.


THE HERALD Grayson, Ky., Friday, August 22, 1902 LIMESTONE Died at his home on the 6th inst. Mr. S. L. Tabor, he was stricken with paralysis a week or ten days before his death, and was unconscious a greater part of the time. He was buried with Masonic honors in the family burying ground. He leaves a wife and five grown sons, one married daughter, and four smaller children.

Submitted by: David Tucker

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