Frankfort, KY Distillery Worker Burned, Dec 1937

Lexington Herald newspaper, Lexington, KY
Thursday, December 16, 1937; Page 6, Column 4

Steam Burns Fatal to Distillery Worker

Frankfort, KY, December 15 - Burns suffered when steam was turned accidentally into a distillery cinder pit where he was working caused the death today of F. E. PHILLIPS, 42.

Ewell Gill, injured in the same accident, was reported improving at the King's Daughters Hospital.

Lexington Herald newspaper, Lexington, KY
Friday December 17, 1937; Page 6, Column 4

Phillips Rites Will Be Conducted Today

Frankfort, KY, December 16 - Funeral services for Floyd Edwin PHILLIPS, 42, who died Wednesday from burns suffered when steam was turned into a cinder pit at the O. F. C. Distillery, will be held Friday morning at the residence with the Rev. Fred Moffett, pastor of the Baptist church, officiating. Burial will be at the Frankfort Cemetery.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Edna Phillips; three daughters, Mrs. Lillian Baldwin, Clarice and Hildreth Phillips; three sisters, Mrs. Sam Roberts, Mrs. W. N. Thompson and Mrs. Bain Scobee and three brothers, Walter, Jerrie and Babe Phillips.

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