These articles are supplied from the Files of Karen Fowler Caldwell
ARTICLELEBANON WEEKLY STANDARD 1879,02-05
Alonzo Pipes was thrown from his horse at Haysville Church Sunday and had his shoulder dislocated. Dr. Evans set it and he was taken home at once and is doing well.
PIPES, HENRY T.
ARTICLELEBANON ENTERPRISE 1918,08-18
Mr. Henry T. Pipes and son, Hardin of Clanton, Ala. are visiting relatives. Mr. Pipes is a former Marion County man who has been making his home in the South for many years but always manages to get back to his old home each summer.
PIPES, LEVI ALLEN 'AL'OBIT LEBANON ENTERPRISE 1918,09-27 DEATH CLAIMS MR. PIPES---L. A. Pipes, familiarly known as "Al" Pipes, one of the county's well known citizens, died in this city, where he had been making his home for the past few years, Sunday afternoon of Bright's disease. He had been in declining health for some time and for several weeks hope for his recovery had been all but abandoned. The funeral services were held at Union Church, just over the Marion County line in Boyle County, Tuesday morning in the presence of an unusually large number of friends. Burial was in the church cemetery. The services at the church were conducted by the Rev. T. J. Porter and at the grave they were in charge of the Masonic Order and the Hays-Watkins Post, G. A. R. Mr. Pipes, previous to moving to Lebanon to live was for many years a widely known farmer of the eastern part of the county. He was a splendid citizen and was held in the highest regards by everyone who knew him. He was 76 years old and a veteran of the Civil War, having served with distinction in the Union Army. He was a member of the local G. A. R. Post and the Masonic Order and took an active interest in both organizations. Surviving are his wife and the following children: R. B. Pipes, Mrs. J. L. Powell and Mrs. S. A. Borders, of this city; Mrs. S. E. Hagan, of Louisville; Mrs. Richard May, of Brumfield, and Mrs. J. M. Robinson, of Danville. (Lebanon Enterprise, Friday, 9/27/1918, Pg. 5)
PIPES, NATHAN WARDOBIT LEBANON ENTERPRISE 1911,G-RY
DEATH OF NATHAN PIPES---Nathan Pipes, an old and highly respected citizen living near the line between Marion and Boyle county died at his home last Friday of dropsy, after an illness of several years duration. He was 87 years of age at the time of his death. Funeral services and interment took place at Union Church. He is survived by his wife, who was formerly Miss Lizzie Brand and who is now in her 86th year and also by a daughter, Mrs. Fannie....... (The newspaper was missing from the rest.) (Also the newspaper dated Friday, 11/24/1911, Page 2 is reporting his death taking place on 11/17/1911 instead of 11/16/1911 as is listed on his tombstone.)
(NOTE: from R.J. Pipes: I have always known this ancestor as Nathan Waters Pipes, his photo is on this page. Perhaps I am in error, or maybe the Newspaper made a misprint.)