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Melvin Ted Webb
and Clara Marie Ramey

L-R - Betty - Peggy Sue - Herman - Loretta - Don and Crystal Gayle Webb Family Reunion

L-R - Betty Ruth - Peggy Sue - Herman - Loretta - Donald Ray Webb and Crystal Gayle Webb at Webb 2007 Family Reunion

Peggy Sue Webb Wright

Peggy Sue Webb Wright

Herman Webb

Herman Webb

Brenda Gail - Crystal Gayle Webb

Brenda Gail "Crystal Gayle" Webb

Loretta Webb Lynn

Loretta Webb Lynn

Jay Lee Webb

Jay Lee Webb

Theodore Melvin "Ted" Webb b 24 Oct 1906 Johnson Co KY, d 23 Feb 1959 Wabash IN, buried Webb Butcher Cemetery, Van Lear, Johnson Co KY, s/o Alexander Webb and Mary Amanda Butcher. Melvin "Ted" Webb m. Clara "Clary" Marie Ramey b 5 May 1912 Butcher Holler, Johnson Co KY d 24 Nov 1981 Nashville, TN, buried Webb Butcher Cemetery, Van Lear, Johnson Co KY, d/o Nathaniel Ramey and Sarah E Blair.  Children of Melvin "Ted" Webb and Clara Marie Ramey;

1. Melvin Junior Webb b 4 Dec 1929 Van Lear, Johnson Co KY d 1 Jul 1993 Lutheran Hospital, Fort Wayne, Allen Co IN, buried Falls Cemetery, Wabash, Wabash Co IN; occupation, machinist Chrysler Corp, Kokomo, IN; m. 3 Mar 1948 to Bonnie Faye Banks b 25 Nov 1931 Van Lear, Johnson Co KY d 24 Oct 1994 Wabash Co IN buried Falls Cemetery Wabash Co IN, d/o George Banks and Eulah Boyd.

2. Peggy Sue Webb is also a singer, songwriter, and costume designer for Crystal Gayle. Peggy Sue Webb m. Doug Wells. Child of Peggy Sue Webb and Doug Wells;

i. Doletta Gayle Wells (named after Doyle Wilburn of the famous Wilburn Brothers and Peggy's sister Loretta) was murdered by her husband.

Peggy Sue Webb m. 2nd to recording artist, Sonny Wright

3. Betty Ruth Webb m. Gene Hopkins

4. Herman Webb b 3 Sept 1934 Johnson Co KY m. Patsy J Blevins d Feb 2006 of ALS. More about Herman Webb. Children of Herman Webb and Patsy J Blevins;

1. Madonna Webb

2. Hermalee Webb (female)

3. Connie Webb

5. Loretta Webb b 14 Apr 1935 m. 10 Jan 1948 Johnson Co KY to Oliver Vanetta "Mooney" Lynn Jr (aka Doolittle or "Do") b 27 Aug 1926 Johnson Co KY d 22 Aug 1996, Hurricane Mills, Humphreys TN  from Diabetes related health problems and heart failure, s/o Oliver Vanetta "Red" Lynn Sr and Angie "Sissie" Webb.

6. Willie Lee "Jay" Webb b 12 Feb 1936 Van Lear, Johnson Co KY d 31 Jul 1996 of pancreatic cancer.

7. Donald Ray Webb b 1941

8. Brenda Gail "Crystal Gayle" Webb b 9 Jan 1951 Paintsville KY, m. Bill Gatzimos; 2 children; Brenda "Crystal Gayle" Webb m. Unknown Butcher

Obituary of Clara Marie Ramey Webb:
CLARA BUTCHER
Clara Marie (Ramey) Webb, Butcher, 69, died Tuesday, November 24 1981 in Nashville, Tennessee. The daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah Blair Ramey, Mrs. Butcher was born May 5, 1912 in Johnson County. She was a resident of Nashville, and a retired nurse. Mrs. Butcher was preceded in death by her first husband, Ted Webb. She is survived by her husband Tommy Butcher, Wabash, Indiana; four sons, Junior and Donald Webb, both of Wabash, Indiana; Herman Webb, Van Lear, and Jay Lee Webb, Nashville, Tennessee; four daughters; Loretta Lynn, Hurricane Mills, Tennessee; Crystal Gayle, Nashville, Tennessee; Peggy Sue Wright and Betty Hopkins, both of Hendersonville, Tennessee; 23 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Survivors also include one brother, Edward Ramey, Hager Hill; one sister, Rushie Whitten, Van Lear; two half-brothers, George Ramey, Ohio, and Bill Ramey, Van Lear; and three half sisters; Audrey Gilberts and Garnet Horn, both of Ohio; and Jewell Ramey, East Point. Funeral services were held Saturday, November 28, in Jones-Preston Funeral Home Chapel with Lowell Webb officiating. Burial was in the family cemetery in Van Lear with Jones-Preston Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Obituary 2 of Clara Marie (Ramey) Webb, Butcher, 69, died Tuesday, November 24 1981 in Nashville, Tennessee. The daughter of Nathaniel and Sarah Blair Ramey, Mrs. Butcher was born May 5, 1912 in Johnson County. She was a resident of Nashville, and a retired nurse. Mrs. Butcher was preceded in death by her first husband, Ted Webb. She is survived by her husband Tommy Butcher, Wabash, Indiana; four sons, Junior and Donald Webb, both of Wabash, Indiana; Herman Webb, Van Lear, and Jay Lee Webb, Nashville, Tennessee; four daughters; Loretta Lynn, Hurricane Mills, Tennessee; Crystal Gayle, Nashville, Tennessee; Peggy Sue Wright and Betty Hopkins, both of Hendersonville, Tennessee; 23 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren. Survivors also include one brother, Edward Ramey, Hager Hill; one sister, Rushie Whitten, Van Lear; two half-brothers, George Ramey, Ohio, and Bill Ramey, Van Lear; and three half sisters; Audrey Gilberts and Garnet Horn, both of Ohio; and Jewell Ramey, East Point. Funeral services were held Saturday, November 28, in Jones-Preston Funeral Home Chapel with Lowell Webb officiating. Burial was in the family cemetery in Van Lear with Jones-Preston Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Obituary: Melvin Webb 53, dies in Indiana
Melvin Webb, 53, died suddenly February 23 1959, in Wabash, Indiana where he had resided for the past four years. A former resident of Van Lear (Johnson Co KY) he was familiarly known as "Ted", he was a son of the late Alec and Manda Butcher Webb. Surviving are his wife, Clara Ramey Webb, four sons, Melvin Jr., Herman, Willie and Donald, all of Wabash, four daughters, Mrs. Loretta Lynn, Washington, D.C.; Peggie Sue, Betty Ruth, and Brenda Gale, all of Wabash; also four brothers, Arbie Webb and Carman Webb of Van Lear; John W. Webb, Wabash, Ind.; and Simon Webb, Bucyrus, Ohio; and two sisters, Mrs. Ashley Butcher of Van Lear and Mrs. Daniel Miller, Bucyrus, Ohio. Funeral services were conducted at 2:00 p.m. February 26 by Rev. Grover Fannin. Burial was in the family cemetery at Van Lear.


Clara Marie Ramey
and Tommy Butcher

Clara Marie Ramey b 5 May 1912 Johnson Co KY d 24 Nov 1981 Nashville, TN, buried Webb Butcher Cemetery, Van Lear, Johnson Co KY, d/o Nathaniel Ramey and Sarah E Blair.  Clara Marie Ramey m. 26 Nov 1960 Wabash Co IN to Tommy Butcher b 27 Jan 1913 Weeksbury, Johnson Co KY d 23 Mar 1996 buried Falls Cemetery, Wabash Co IN, s/o John W Butcher and Tishie Castle. Children of Tommy Butcher and ??

1. Lawanda Butcher m. Roy Pegram.

Obituary of Tommy Butcher, 83, stepfather of country singers Crystal Gayle, Loretta Lynn and Peggy Sue, died here at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 23, 1996, at his home.

According to those who knew him, he was an interesting man, an optimist and someone who was devoted to family. "I first met him, I don't know, probably more than 20 years ago," said family friend Martha Jones. "He worked very hard. Butcher Hollow in Kentucky was named for his family. "He was a very interesting man. He was an optimistic man. It was great fun to be around him. His family was devoted to him."

Mr. Butcher used to operate "Jubilee," a place where country music lovers could listen to music, and would-be singers and musicians could perform, Mrs. Jones said. "He started that in the '60s," step son Don Webb said. "He used to get Opry stars to come in on weekends. He probably ran that for 10 years."

He was very proud of the accomplishments of stepdaughters Loretta Lynn and Crystal Gayle. "He had pictures up all over the house of them," Webb said. Webb will remember Mr. Butcher as a father. "He was always there for us," he said.

He was born on Jan. 27, 1913, in Weeksbury, KY., to John W. and Tishie (Castle) Butcher. He married Clara Marie Webb Butcher on Nov. 26, 1960 in Wabash. She died on Nov. 24, 1981. A Wabash County resident for 44 years, Mr. Butcher retired from Essex, Andrews. He was a World War II Army veteran and a member of the Wabash Freewill Baptist Church.

Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Roy (Lawanda) Pegram, Columbus, Ohio; three step-sons, Herman Webb, Van Lear, Ky., Donald Ray Webb, Wabash, and Jay Lee Webb, Nashville, Tenn.; four step-daughters, Mrs. Oliver (Loretta) Lynn, Hurricane Mills, Tenn., Mrs. Sonny (Peggy Sue) Wright, Mrs. Gene (Betty Ruth) Hopkins, and Mrs. Bill (Crystal Gayle) Gatzimos, all of Nashville, Tenn.; three sisters, Mrs. John (Alice) Music and Mrs. Roy (Elva) Smith, both of Wabash, and Mrs. Hobert (Tillie) Skaggs, Urbana; several grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren. One stepson, two brothers and three sisters are deceased.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Wabash Freewill Baptist Church. The Rev. Venny VanHoose will officiate, assisted by William Bowling. Burial will be in Falls Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Eddingfield-DeLaughter Mortuary.".

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