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Mother/daughter funerals: Moore, 32, and Carothers, 9

Brooklyn Carothers, Taylor County, (2006-2016)

Brookie was a fourth grade student at Taylor County Elementary School and a member of the Dance Team. She was very creative having been voted the best artist in kindergarten and was continuing to develop her talent. She enjoyed driving Poppy on the side-by-side, taking care of her Sissy Allie, playing with Taylor and the family pup, Jed and going to the American Doll Store.


Brooklyn Carothers of Campbellsville, daughter of Travis Carothers and the late Ashley Benningfield Moore, was born April 14, 2006, in Hardin County, Kentucky. Both Brookie, age 9, and her mother Ashley Moore, 32, died at 6:10amET Monday, March 21, 2016 in Larue County as a result of injuries suffered in a motor vehicle accident. (Both obituaries are within this single document, Ashley's is below).


She professed faith in Christ and attended New Journey Church and Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

Brooklyn Carothers is survived by:
  • Her father, Travis Carothers of Elizabethtown
  • Two sisters: Allie Moore of Campbellsville and Taylor Harvard of Elizabethtown; grandparents: Sharon and Ronnie Booth of Campbellsville, Jerry and Judy Love of Stevensburg and Jack Carothers of Elizabethtown
  • Great-grandparents: Dehlia Booth, Leaman Benningfield and John and Bessie Vaughn
  • Aunts and uncles: Jeremy Carothers, Chris Benningfield, Jessica Davis and husband, Jacob and Lane Booth and wife, Brooke
  • A special “Sissy”, Isabelle Davis
  • Five special cousins: Riley Duren, Tyler Booth, Lawson Booth, Will Davis and Dehlia Benningfield; and many other relatives and friends
Ashley Moore (1983-2016)

Ashley Moore of Campbellsville, daughter of Sharon Reynolds Booth and husband, Ronnie, was born October 16, 1983 in Hardin County, Kentucky. She died at 6:10amET Monday, March 21, 2016 in Larue County as a result of injuries suffered in a motor vehicle accident at age 32. Her daughter, Brooklyn Layne Carothers, also died in the accident.

She was an employee of Curtis Maruyasu in Lebanon.

She professed faith in Christ and attended New Journey Church and Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

She united in marriage to Scotty Moore August 11, 2011.

She is survived by:
  • Her husband, Scotty Moore of Campbellsville
  • Two daughters: Allie Moore of Campbellsville and Taylor Harvard of Elizabethtown
  • Her mother, Sharon Booth and husband Ronnie of Campbellsville
  • Two brothers and one sister: Chris Benningfield of Bowling Green, Lane Booth and wife, Brooke and Jessica Davis and husband, Jacob of Campbellsville
  • Grandparents: Leaman Benningfield and Dehlia Booth
  • Aunts and uncles: Jennifer Hatcher and husband, Mark, Karon Reynolds, John Carter, Colleen Berry and Roger Benningfield
  • Two nieces and three nephews: Dehlia Benningfield, Isabelle Davis, Will Davis, Tyler Booth and Lawson Booth and many other relatives and friends
Mother and daughter were also preceded in death by their grandfather and great-grandfather, Jody Booth.

Mother's and daughter's funerals were held at 11amET Thursday, March 24, 2016 at Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home in Campbellsville by the Reverends Earl West, Paul J. Dicken, Jeff Edwards and Clifton Sullivan. Visitation was Wednesday, March 23, 2016.

Burial was in Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery.

The family requested expressions of sympathy for both mother and daughter be in the form of donations to St. Jude Children's Hospital in Brooklyn's name or Gideon Bibles, and these may be arranged at the funeral home.

Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home, 418 Lebanon Avenue, Campbellsville, KY.


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Mother/daughter funerals: Moore, 32, Carothers, 9



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Mother/daughter funerals held March 24, 2016: Ashley Moore, 32, and her daughter Brookie Carothers, 9, died in an auto accident in Larue County.


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