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Wallace, Emeline 1840-1924
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Wallace, Evans 1807-1864
Wessler, Walter V 1918-2001
West, Dennis K 1939-2001
Whalen, Louisa Ellen 1848-1933
White, Charles Allen 1857-1936
White, Charlotte Belle 1855-1920
White, Elijah Upton 1853-1881
White, Fannie Anne Elizabeth 1862-1943
White, Hezekiah 1824-1910
White, Laura 1853-1881
White, Leona Celeste 1857-1944
White, Mary Columbia 1851-1912
White, Mary Etta 1860-1884
White, Samuel David 1830-1913
White, Sarah M 1827-1900
White, William Allen 1829-
White, William Lawson 1801-1876
Wilcox, Erma J 1921-2001
Willard, Emma 1919-2000
Williams, Nancy Jane 1849-1935
Winegar, Ann M 1955-2001
Wride, Fern 1893-1983
Wright, Erma Ruth 1908-1995
Charlotte Belle White(1855-1920)
Charlotte Belle White(1855-1920)
& Joseph Warren Cole (1847-1930)

From “Family History of the Joseph Taylor, Jr. and Sarah Best Family”
By Shari H. Franke

Charlotte Belle White, daughter of Hezekiah White and Mary Ann Elizabeth Hudnall, was born 26 February 1855, Warren County, Kentucky.

Home built by Joseph Warren Cole for his new bride, Charlotte Belle WhiteShe married 2 October 1874, Joseph Warren Cole, at Bowling Green, Warren, Kentucky. Joseph Warren Cole was born 7 August 1847, at Warren County, Kentucky. He was the son of William Alfred Cole and Nancy Maxey.

They were the parents of 13 children: Alma Pearl; Rachel Allie; William Chambrus ("Bud"); Joseph Elbridge ("Bb"); James Kiah; Nannie Mae; Ernest; Elmer Guy; Myri; Ida Belle; Marvin R.; Mildred Louise and Hobart Cole.

Mt Pisgah Church, built by Whites and Coles"On Highway 263 west of Richardsville, on the Riverside Road, stands the lovely old two-story home of Joseph Warren Cole, presently owned by Mr. and Mrs. L. B. White. Joe Cole was the father of the late Mrs. A. R. Stewart and Mr. Cole built the house just before his marriage to Charlotte Belle White on 21 October 1874. The house is built of yellow poplar and is in excellent state of preservation. It has the conventional wide central hall with large rooms on both sides and the second floor similar in arrangement. The porch across the front has been added. Mr. Cole was a staunch Methodist and Mrs. Stewart told us that she heard her father say that he, Jim Hudnall and 'Lum' Cole put every nail in the Mt. Pisgah Church."

Charlotte Belle White died 22 November 1920 at Warren County, Kentucky. Joseph Warren Cole died 7 January 1930 at Warren County. They were both buried at the Mt. Pisgah Cemetery, Warren, Kentucky.