"An opportunity was given for any one to converse with the Presbytery upon the subject of a call to the gospel ministry. W. T. Nunley of Rozzell's Chapel and Luther Rice of New Hope church came forward and after satisfactory examination they were taken under Presbyterial care and their names enrolled."
[Source: Minutes of Mayfield Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, March 26, 1894, pages 341-342]
The following resolution was offered and adopted.
Whereas, God in his providence on March 7, 1933, took from our midst one of our ministers, the Rev. W. T. Nunley, age 76 years. Be it resolved that the hour of 1:30 be set apart for the joint memorial of Bro. Nunley and those whom the ladies missionary society may include, namely R. H. Rudolph of Oakland and Miss Lillian Russell of Park Ave. The Rev. E. S. Hicks presiding.
[Source: Minutes of Mayfield Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, April 5, 1933, page 12]
Committee on Mortuary
Rev. W. T. Nunley died March 6, 1933, Mayfield Presbytery.
[Source: Minutes of the General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, 1933, page 106]
Rev. W. T. Nunley, a minister in the Cumberland Presbyterian Church and a member of Mayfield Presbytery, died the 6th Inst., at the age of 76 years.
His life has been spent in Mayfield Presbytery, serving nearly all of the churches at stated times in the presbytery. He was not known very far out of his presbytery, but the good he has done will live on through ages, and many will rise up at the last day to call him blessed.
He was a great pastor and a good revivalist. The last few years of his life were spent in suffering; yet, he complained not.
The funeral services were held in Rozzell's Chapel Church,
conducted by the writer, in the presence of many friends and loved
ones. The remains are resting in the Rozzell's Chapel Church Cemetery.
S. B. Rudolph.
[Source: The Cumberland Presbyterian, April 27, 1933, page 16]