Son of William Butler and Mary Agnes Stith. Mr Charles "Clayborne" Butler was a merchant of dry goods and groceries. In addition, he became Stationmaster of the Oil City railroad depot in 1911. That same year, 1911, he married Rebecca Louise "Lulie", "Sook" Cox [m.15 Oct]. To this union were born four daughters. Mr Butler was treated for polio beginning 1920 and fully recovered. Although one of his legs remained weak and withered, he continued to work until 1941, during which time the depot was destroyed by fire in 1926, and rebuilt in 1927.
Single, living w/Parents & Siblings: Home in 1900: Cub Run, Hart, Ky Household Members: William Butler 51 Mary A Butler 47 [M Agnes Stith] -Clabor Butler 20 -George Butler 19 -Mary Butler 17 -Green B Butler 14 -Quntira Butler 10
Married, w/Wife & 4 Daughters: Home in 1930: Dist 1, Barren, Ky Household Members: Clayburne Butler 51 Rebecca L Butler 47 -Zuleker F Butler 17 [m.Toohey] -Zenoba M Butler 16 [unmarried] -Zelma O Butler 12 -Audra I Butler 10