Categories: Old Grayson Cemetery, Grayson, Kentucky.
Mr. Wilhoit has been twice married. He first wedded Miss Callie Boldman, the ceremony being performed in 1881. She is a native of Scioto County, Ohio, and was summoned to the life eternal on the 26th of February 1894. She is survived by two sons - James Leroy resides in Frankfort, Kentucky, where he is rate clerk of the railway commission; and William E. is a druggist a Maysville, Mason County, Kentucky. After the death of his first wife, Mr. Wilhoit was united in marriage to Miss Marguerite Ostenton (nee Rupert) a native of Scioto County, Ohio, whence she came to Carter County when young. No children have been born of this union.
Judge in Carter County.
Wilhite/Wilhoit & Allied Descendants of Johann Michael and Anna Maria (Hengsteler) Wilheit 1671-1994 Compiled by Mary F. Mickey
"A History of Kentucky and Kentuckians" by E. Polk Johnson, Vol. II, Pg. 764-765, published in 1912 by the Lewis Publishing Co., Chicago - New York
Kentucky Births and Christenings, 1839-1960 
1870 Census 
Cemetery marker 
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