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MAYSVILLE - Peggy Ann Satterfield Conner, 59, passed away on Thursday, June 5, 2014. She was the daughter of the late John and Thersie Satterfield. Survivor include her husband, Tommy Conner, Maysville; sons, Randall Keith (Sherry) Satterfield and Tommy Shane Conner; daughter, Brandy (Jason) Conner Furgerson; step-children, Wayne (Sherry) Conner and Renay Conner; brothers, Johnny Satterfield, Charles Satterfield, and Mike Satterfield; sisters, Linda Kinsey and Ruby Satterfield; grandchildren, Johnny, Conner and Kyle Furgerson; step-grandchildren, Destiny and Deresi Coggins, Christopher (Bridget) Conner, Nathan (Jackie) Conner, Amber (Michael) Bennett, and Ashley Conner. Memorial services will be held at Maysville Baptist Church on Saturday, June 14, at 2 p.m. Ivie Funeral Home, Commerce, is in charge of arrangements.

MAYSVILLE - Corey Patrick Phagan, 25, passed away Thursday, May 22, 2014, at his residence. He was born June 6, 1988, in Athens, the son of Keith and Bonnie Phagan of Maysville. He was a member of Solid Rock Baptist Church. Mr. Phagan was preceded in death by a sister, Courtney Phagan; and grandfathers, Willis Hoke Leach and Ray A. Phagan. He enjoyed deer hunting, fishing and turkey hunting with his father. He had more friends than his yard would hold at his house. He loved both his sisters, Kayla and Courtney, with all his heart, enjoyed working in the yard with his mama Bonnie, and loved driving tractors and riding four wheelers. He followed the tradition of eating out once a week every week with his mama and daddy. He would ride jet skis with his sister Kayla, even in the wintertime. He was a mama's boy and had adopted his granny and grandpa, Sally and Richard. Survivors in addition to his parents include a sister, Kayla Mae Phagan, Maysville; grandmother, Etta Jane Leach, Commerce; grandparents, Sally and Richard Miller, Lula; grandmother, Margie Phagan; uncles, Jeff Phagan, Cleveland, and Chris Phagan, Commerce; aunt, Susan Pruitt, Maysville; aunts, Lorna Lester, Commerce, Teresa Cullinan, Winder, Tracy Ramirez, Jefferson, and Tanya Barrett, Danielsville; cousins, Shannon Phagan, Cleveland, Christa Phagan, Commerce, Chelsea Pruitt, Maysville, Michelle Wood, Commerce, Scott Lester, Pendergrass, Drake, Ben and Sarah Cullinan, Winder, M.J. Leftwich and Anna Ramirez, Jefferson, and Lyla Barrett, Danielsville. Funeral services were held Sunday, May 25, in the chapel of Memorial Park Funeral Home with the Rev. Swayne Carlan officiating. Interment was in Alta Vista Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Memorial Park Funeral Home to help take care of expenses. Memorial Park Funeral Home, , Gainesville, was in charge of arrangements.

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1926 Maysville EnterpriseA copy of an August 1926 edition of the Maysville Enterprise was recently found among the papers of the late Kathryn Sheridan Turner. The lead story in the newspaper was the upcoming 1926-27 school year at Maysville High School. The paper also included a large society section as well as advertisements for county political candidates.

The Maysville Enterprise operated from 1916-1927. George Edward "G. E." Hill (1867-1928) was the owner and editor. This edition is only the second known surviving issue of the paper. A March 1927 edition was later reprinted and copies sold at the Maysville Festival.

Mrs. Turner, a resident of Homer Street and descendant of the Carr family, died September 1, 2012 at the age of 91. Her estate containing about fifty acres was sold to the City of Maysville, which has been clearing out the contents of her former residence. The newspaper was discovered in her house and is now at the library.

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