MISCELLANEOUS OBITUARIES
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IN REMEMBRANCE OF MRS. LOU SAWYER
On Monday morning Jan. 18 1921 the death angel entered the home of Mr. John
Sawyer and took from him his devoted mother. No one ever knew her only to
love her. She was always so kind and willing to lend a helping hand to all
in need.
But Oh ! our hearts are aching and sad we don't feel like the pain can ever
heal and yet we know our Heavenly Father doeth all things well and we must
bow in humble submission to His holy will.
Her soul is only sleeping
So why for us to weep
There'll come a time of meeting
Where all is joy and love
And soon we'll be greeting
Our dear friends above.
Sweetest thoughts will ever linger
'Round the grave where you're laid
There were angle bands in Heaven
Which were not quite complete
So God took our dear friend
To fill the vacant seat.

Written by one who loved her,
MRS. F. A. STEWART
124 N. 52 St.
B'ham, Ala.



In Memory Of J. T. Gaultney
It is with sad and tender thoughts that we write the memoriam of our dear
brother, Mr. J. T. Gaultney, who was called from his earthly home Jan. 27th
1921 to dwell with his Father above in a home not made with hands. Oh! how
sad it was to stand by him and see his life ebb away and see his
brokenhearted companion left alone in this dark and weary world. God knows
best so we will leave it all to Him and say good bye John till we meet
above. Weep not for him for he is at his eternal rest.
Our dear brother joined the Baptist Church when he was quite a young man
and lived a consecrated Christian life. We will miss him so much at church
on preaching day for he was always so loyal to attend his meetings. There is
a vacant place in the home and in the church which never can be filled.

John, you have left us
Yes forevermore
But we hope to meet you, John
On that bright and happy shore.
His last words were: "I feel alright" then his spirit took its flight to
live with God who gave it.
His loving brother and sister,
MR.& MRS. FRANK GAULTNEY



From The Knoxville News Sentinel 8 Dec 1999

BRANSCOM, MRS. MARY REBECCA (GYPSY) - age 91, of Lake City, Tenn., passed
awayt Monday, Dec. 6, 1999 at the LaFollette Medical Center. She was born
November 11, 1908, in Wayne Co., Tenn. She was a member of the United
Methodist church of Lake City. Gypsy was a member of the United Methodist
Women. She was a retired school teacher. She is preceded in death by her
husband, Robert K. "Bob" Branscom; sister, Jon Ella Patterson; brothers, Ted
McGee and Foster McGee. Survivors, son & daughter in law, William Kyle &
Lynne Branscom, Murfreesboro, Tenn; daughter & son in law, Anita Jean & Ray
Douglas, Houston, Texas; grandchildren, Melody Branscom, Charlotte, NC, Sarah
Branscom, Murfreesboro, Megan Branscom, Houston, Texas, Ray Douglas, Jr.,
Houston, Texas, Lisa Guildry, Houston, Texas; stepdaughter, Betty Dew, Lake
City; step grandchildren, Bess Ann Brown, Atlanta, Ga., Steve Dew, Macon,
Ga.; brother, Nick McGee, Macon, Ga.; sister, Callamae McGee, Decatur, Ala.,
Francis Farris, Collinwood,Tenn, Edna Earl Thomason, Lawrenceburg, Tenn.;
host of great grandchildren; several nieces, nephews, and many friends.
Visitation, 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 9, 1999 at Cox-Martin Funeral Home with
services 2 p.m. Friday Dec. 10, 1999 at the United Methodist Church of Lake
City with Rev. Sam John son and Rev. James R. Bailes officiating. Interment
to follow the funeral service at the Leach Cemetery in Lake City, Tenn.
Cox-Martin in charge.

WOODS, ETHEL G. - age 96, a lifelong resident of Lake City, went to be with
her Lord, Mon., Dec. 6, 1999 at her grand daughter, Vicki Boling's residence
in Lenoir City, Tn. She was born July 27, 1903 in Anderson Co., Tn. She was a
member of Midway Bapt. Church in LaFollette. She worked at the D&W restaurant
for 30 years and loved to talk to people. Survivors: son & daughter in law,
J. Will & Annie Disney, Lake City; daughter & son in law, Mary R. Bailey &
Howard, Lenoir City; grandsons & wives, Steve & Jane Disney, Knoxville, Bob &
Nan Disney, Lake City; granddaughters & husbands, Debbie & Al Daugird, Chapel
Hill, NC, Vicki & Jim Boling, Lenoir City; great grandchildren, Matt Disney,
Brad Disney, Anna Daugird, Steve Daugird, Tim Daugird, Jamie Boling, Kaitlin
Boling; great- great grandchild, Haley Disney; several nieces and nephews,
and a host of friends. Visitation 6-8 p.m. Thurs. Dec. 9, 1999 at Cox-Martin
Funeral Home. Funeral 8 p.m. Thurs. Dec. 9, 1999 at the Cox-Martin Chapel
with the Revs. Leonard Dabney and Johnny Dabney officiating. Interment 11
a.m. Fri., Dec. 10, 1999 at Longfield Cem. in Lake City, Tn. Cox-Martin
Funeral Home in charge



From The Knoxville News Sentinel 7 Dec 1999

ELLISON, GLEN EDWARD - age 70, of Oak Ridge, died on Sunday, December 5, 1999
at Briarcilff Health Center. Born in Dandridge on June 4, 1929. Worked as a
Postal Carrier for 37 years. Currently worked for Viking Equipment in
Knoxville. A Veteran with the US Army during WWII and the Korean Conflict.
Survivors include sons, Gary Lynn Ellison of Nashville, Larry R. Ellison and
wife Anne of Columbia, Md.; sisters, Peggy Soard and husband Harold of Lenoir
City, Joyce Surowitz of Virginia Beach, Va.; 2 grandchildren. Military
graveside service will be held Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1999, 10 a.m. at Anderson
Memorial Gardens with Rev. Michael Woods officiating. The family will receive
friends Tuesday, 6-9 p.m. at Weatherford Mortuary.

GLANDON, MYRA JANE McCONKEY - age 38, of Clinton, passed away Wednesday,
December 2, 1999. She was a member of West Park Baptist Church in Knoxville.
She was employed by Lockheed Martin in Oak Ridge where she had worked prior
to her illness as a CPA. Myra was a devoted mother and loved spending time
with daughters. She was an avid UT Vol fan. She loved all outdoor activities.
She was a graduate of Clinton High School and University of Tennessee where
she graduated with honors. Preceded in death by brother, Mark McConkey;
grandparents, James L. & Ruth McConkey and Elmer & Nancy Hooks. Survivors:
daughters, Vanessa Glandon & Jessica Glandon, both of Clinton; parents, James
& Patsy McConkey of Clinton; sister, Donna Smith & husband George of
Knoxville; nieces & nephews, G.H. Smith, Kendra Smith, Betheney Smith, &
David Smtih; several aunts, uncles, and a host of friends to mourn her
passing. The family will receive friends 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, December 7, 1999
at Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Clinton with funeral service following at 8
p.m. in the chapel with Rev. Katherine Nance & Rev. Bill Gowder officiating.
Interment will be held 1 p.m. Wednesday, December 8, 1999 at Grandview
Memorial Gardens. Memorials may be made to American Association Study
Headaches, 10 Mentua Rd., Mount Royal, NJ 08061 (telephone number,
856-423-0043). Holley-Gamble Funeral Home of Clinton in charge of
arrangements.

LANE, JEFFREY SCOTT - age 36, of Lake City, passed away Sunday December 5,
1999 at Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge. Mr. Lane was a member of the
Beach Grove Baptist Church. He was a loving husband and father and will be
deeply missed by all who knew him. He enjoyed hunting and Winston Cup Racing.
He was employed by Eagle Bend Manufacturing. Born October 21, 1963 in Oak
Ridge to James Marshall and Jean Hale Lane by whom he is survived. Survivors:
wife, Chris Ann Foust Lane of Lake City; son, Joshua Scott Lane of Lake City;
daughter, Ashton Nicole Lane of Lake City; brothers, James and wife Gwen of
Clinton, Bobby and wife Dawn of Powell; sisters, Teresa Coada of Lake City,
Barbara Wilson of Lake City, Betsy Powers of Lake City; several nieces and
nephews and a host of friends. The funeral service will be Tuesday December
7, 1999 at 8 p.m. in the chapel of Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Lake City
with Rev. Tom Byrge officiating. Graveside services will be Wednesday
December 8, 1999 at 11 a.m. at the Clinch River Baptist Church Cemetery. The
family will receive friends 6-8 Tuesday at the funeral home. Holley-Gamble
Funeral Home Lake City in charge of arrangements.

MAY, ROSEL LOCKETT - age 74, of Oak Ridge and formerly of Clinton, died
Saturday, December 4, 1999 at NHC Health Care. Retired/ Southern Bell
Telephone Company where she was a repair service clerk. Member of United
Methodist Church of Clinton and of the Telephone Pioneers Club. Preceded in
death by parents, L.C. and Lillie Braden Lockett; sister, Oneida L. Walters;
brother-in-law, Glitz Brown, both in 1996. Survived by: son, Michael May and
wife Margaret of Nashville; daughter, Marilyn Rose May Smith and husband
Terry of Ridgefield, Conn; sister, Wanda L. Brown of Oak Ridge;
brother-in-law, Fletch Walters of Clinton; grandchildren, Peyton Smith of
Charleston, SC, Thomas Smith of Ridgefield, Conn., Megan May and Zachary
Carter May of Nashville; niece, Judy Rhyne of Clinton; numerous cousins. At
her request, her body has been donated to the University of Tennessee Medical
School of Memphis, and there will be no funeral services. Memorials may be
made to the Arthritis Foundation, 212 Peters Rd. Knoxville, TN 37923.
Weatherford Mortuary in charge of arrangements.

MAYES, BLANCHE SELF - age 77, of Clinton, passed away Monday, December 6,
1999 at Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge. She was a member of Clinton
First Baptist Church. Blanche was a member of Oak Ridge Eastern Star. Born
June 4, 1922 in Persia, Tenn. Preceded in death by parents, John & Mary Belle
Mooney Self. Survivors: husband, Carl Walter Mayes, Sr. of Clinton; son, C.W.
Mayes of Andersonville; daughters, Pat Albertini & husband Joe of
Andersonville, Doris "Doodles" Mayes of Clinton; sister, Peggy Phillips of
Bulls Gap; brothers, John Self & wife, Dot of Knoxville, Ralph Self & wife
Unavie of Knoxville; grandchildren, Michael & Michelle Davis, Walter, Manda,
& Robert Mayes, Elizabeth Moore; great grandson, Jared Moore; sevearl nieces,
nephews, & a host of friends. The family will receive friends 7-9 p.m.
Tuesday, December 2, 1999, at Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Clinton.
Graveside services will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday, December 8, 1999 at
Grandview Memorial Gardens with Rev. Sam Dean officiating. Holley-Gamble
Funeral Home of Clinton in charge of all arrangements.



CAMERON   November 8, 1928

Sarah Cameron, age 65, died Thursday morning at her home at Mukilteo
following an extended illness.  Mrs. Cameron has resided in Mukilteo for
the past 17 years.  Surviving are her husband, James Cameron; two sisters,
Mrs. J.P Brennan of Mukilteo, Mrs.J.B. McDonald of Chippewa Falls, Wis.;
four brothers, William McDonald of Mukilteo; John and Alex McDonald of
Cloquet, Minn., and Hugh McDonald, Ontario, Canada.  She was a member of
the Alter society of St.Jon's Catholic church at Mukilteo.  Funeral
arrangements, in charge of John F. Jerread, will be announced later.



PVT. ROY ORVILLE WELLS    February 15, 1945

Pvt. Roy Orville Wells, who died in action in Luzon, P.I., January 18,
1945, will arrive in Everett late Friday.  Pvt. Wells was born in Raymond
November 29, 1922, and made his home at Intercity, south of Everett, for a
number of years.  He attended the Wilson Grade School at Intercity and
Mukilteo.  He graduated from the Everett High School the class of 1943 and
went in the Army in June, 1943, and began his training at Camp Roberts.  He
went to New Zealand in November of the same year, and at the time of his
death he was with Company G, 172nd Infantry, in the 43rd Division.
Surviving are his widow, June Wells of Auckland, New Zealand; a son, Godfry
Wells of Auckland, N.Z., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Wells of 312
West Marilyn Avenue.  Funeral services will be held Saturday Afternoon at 1
o'clock at the funeral home of Purdy and Walters.  The Rev. Elroy Shikles
of the First Baptist Church will officiate.  Old Guard Post No.2100, VFW,
will be in charge of military honors at the Cypress Lawn Memorial Park.

PVT. ROY O. WELLS  KILLED IN ACTION   February 19, 1945

Pvt. Roy Orville Wells, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Wells of Intercity, was
killed in actionLuzon island, the Philippines, Jan. 18,  his parents have
been informed by the War department.
     Pvt. Wells was graduated from the Everett High school in June, 1943,
and left the same month for his basic training at Camp Roberts, Calif.
After a short time at Fort Ord; Calif., he was sent overseas in
November,1943.



The following obituary appeared in the Florida Times Union [Jacksonville
Edition] on Saturday, December 4, 1999, page B-2, Column 6. - It is
copied verbatim.

STROUD - Margaret Elizabeth Williams Stroud died Monday, November 29,
1999, at Riverside Hospital, Newport News, VA. Margaret was born in
Douglas, GA on July 19, 1913, the daughter of William Jefferson Williams
and Lilla Iva Hooks Williams. In 1933 she graduated from Valdosta State
University, then known as Georgia State Women's College, with a degree
in music, in 1935, she moved to Jacksonville, FL, married Jack Frank
Stroud, and made Jacksonville her home. Jack Stroud was principal of
Oceanway School for many years. In addition to raising two children and
being a homemaker, Margaret held several types of jobs, including;
social worker, public school teacher, church music director, reading
teacher, private piano and voice teacher, and private remedial tutor.
One of her greatest satisfactions was in taking a student who was
failing and with skill and patience, turning him or her into a
successful student. Margaret was the sister of Marvin J. Williams and J.
Aubrey Williams of Douglas , GA, now deceased, and William T. Williams
of Savannah, GA.  Also surviving are her son W. Jefferson Stroud of
Hampton, VA., her daughter, Margaret S. Lockamy of Jacksonville, FL, and
six grandchildren; Majorie Renee Hill of Tallahassee, Juli L. Jernigan,
Kenneth W. Hill, and Lindsay E. Lockamy, all of Jacksonville, Lauree S.
Purcell (Steven L.) of Bowling Green, OH and W. Jefferson Stroud, Jr. of
Blacksburg, VA. She also had three great-grandchildren, Shawna and
Tiffany Jernigan, and Hannah Purcell. A Graveside service will be held
at 11AM, Saturday, Dec.4 in Douglas City Cemetery. Arrangements by SIMS
FUNERAL HOME.



Jean B. BAUCOM, 85, of Heavener died Thursday, Nov. 25, 1999,  BEBERMEYER

Ruth Lee BUTTERY, 57, of Vian was born April 24, 1942, in Gore, to Henry and
Minnie (LAYMON) CHISUM. She died Friday, Nov. 26, 1999, at Sequoyah Memorial
Hospital in Sallisaw. ALLEN, REEVES, SHORES, CHISUM.

Gladys V. CLICK, 72, of Muldrow was born June 13, 1927, in the Boyd Flat
community, to John and lucy (WATERS) RIDDLE. She died Tuesday, Nov. 30,
1999, in Fort Smith. She married Herbert Bascom CLICK July 2, 1970. He died
Dec. 15, 1993. ERWIN, RHODES, RHODES, WERSCHKY, JOHNSON, EDE
 

Billy George McCLURE, 52, of Sprio  was born Aug. 4, 1947, in Sallisaw, to
George O. McCLURE and Carmon Ruth (REMY) McCLURE. He died Monday, Nov.
29,1999, in Sprio.   ODOM, GHOBRIAL

Charles Albert REED, 53, of Muldrow  was born Oct. 18, 1946, in San
Bernardino, Calif., to George Ancil REED and Florence Marie (MONTGOMERY)
REED. He died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, in Fort Smith, Ark.. He married
Shirley Jean WILLIAMS April 7, 1971, in Arkoma.  RODGERS, GAY, WHISENHUNT,
CLUCK
 

Steven Jay THOMAS, 28, of Sallisaw. was born Aug. 10, 1971, in Sallisaw, to
Wilbur Fay THOMAS and Willie Roberta (BROWN) THOMAS. He died Saturday, Nov.
27, 1999, in Sallisaw.  SKELTON, MUNDY,.

Dale Alvin WISE, 80, of Sallisaw died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, in
Sallisaw.was born June 3, 1919, in Pompeii, Mich., to Alvin and Ruth
(WALKER) WISE. He married Meryl Irene HOLLOWAY July 11, 1936, in Jay. She
preceded him in death Jan. 13, 1998. NOSKOFF  GRIMES, THARP, JONES



From The Knoxville news Sentinel 6 Dec 1999

DOZIER, MILDRED LOUISE - age 79, of Clinton, passed away Dec. 5, 1999 at
Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge. Mrs. Dozier was of the Baptist faith.
Mrs. Dozier is preceded in death by her parents, William Guy & Hattie Bowling
Guy, husbands, Bernard Dozier & Ray Goddard; sisters, Mary Jane Williams &
Jennie Mae Long. Mrs. Dozier is survived by brother, James C. Guy & wife Lona
of Bluff City; sisters, Rosa Lee Vowell of Clinton and Alma (Billie) Duncan
of Clinton; also her devoted nieces & nephews; a host of friends who all
loved her. The family will receive friends Monday, Dec. 6, 1999 6-9 p.m. at
the Anderson County Funeral Home. Graveside services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday,
Dec. 7, 1999 at Sunset Cemetery in Clinton. Anderson County Funeral Home,
Clinton, in charge of arrangements.



In excerpts from the Friday, November 10, 1899 edition of The Sharon
Herald (Vol. 36, No. 33),  was the following:

    Mrs. Elizabeth Marshall, a highly esteemed resident of Sharon,
died at  her home on Madison avenue, West Hill, Sunday, after a long
illness of  Bright's disease and heart trouble.  She was about 46
years of age and is  survived by her husband, Thomas Marshall, a well
known ironworker, three  daughters and three sons.  Funeral services,
conducted by Rev. James Brenen,  were held at Sacred Heart Church
Tuesday morning.  Internment in Sacred Heart  cemetery.



From The Knoxville News Sentinel 5 May 1999

ADKINS, ROBERT LEE - age 83, of Clinton, passed away Friday, December 3,
1999, at Methodist Medical Center. Mr. Adkins was born February 19, 1916, in
Scott County, Tenn. to the late Alvin Adkins and Ada Jeffers Adkins. Mr.
Adkins was retired from Dept. of Oak Ridge School Systems. Mr. Adkins was of
the Baptist faith. Survivors: wife, Juanita Graham Adkins of Clinton;
daughters, Sherry and husband, Tom Nolan of Clinton, Shelia and husband, Bill
Harding of Knoxville, Mary Frances Cox of Knoxville; grandchildren, Mark Cox,
Marcia Hazel, Tony Carter, Kimberly Snodgrass, Pam Hunley;
great-grandchildren, Haley Hazel, Alicia Carter, Robby Carter, Joscelyn
Hunley, Tiffiany Foster, Alex Foster; sisters, Lucy Jennings of Clinton,
Grace Stanley of Melford, Mich.; several nieces and nephews. Funeral service
will be Sunday at 8 p.m. in the chapel of Holley-Gamble Funeral Home with
Rev. Phillip Hayes officiating. Graveside service will be Monday at 11 a.m.
at Sunset Cemetery in Clinton. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m.
at the funeral home. Holley-Gamble Funeral Home, Clinton, in charge of
arrangements.



The following excerpts from the Friday, November 10, 1899 edition of The
Sharon Herald (Vol. 36, No. 33)
DEATHS

    James Forsythe, one of the oldest residents of Mercer County, died at his
home in Jefferson township on Sunday.  He was in his 89th year.

    Miss Elizabeth Kimmell died at the home of Alex. Johnson in Jefferson
Township, on Sunday, aged 77 years.  Death was caused by the infirmities of
age.  Her funeral was held on Tuesday, interment taking place in Zahniser
cemetery.

Captain D. C. Irish, for many years a well known citizen of New Castle, and
known to many of our readers, dropped dead on Penn avenue, Pittsburgh, on
Tuesday evening.  He had resided in Pittsburgh for the past five years, where
he was a wealthy property owner.

    Mrs. Elizabeth Marshall, a highly esteemed resident of Sharon, died at
her home on Madison avenue, West Hill, Sunday, after a long illness of
Bright's disease and heart trouble.  She was about 46 years of age and is
survived by her husband, Thomas Marshall, a well known ironworker, three
daughters and three sons.  Funeral services, conducted by Rev. James Brenen,
were held at Sacred Heart Church Tuesday morning.  Internment in Sacred Heart
cemetery.



From The Knoxville News Sentinel 4 Dec 1999

COLLINS, COREY JAMES - age 3, of Clinton, passed away Fri. Dec. 3, 1999 at
his home in his mother's loving arms. He was born March 10, 1996 in Knox
County. Corey was a bundle of energy who loved Pokemon, Power Rangers, and
playing with his brother Joey, who was his best friend. Corey touched many
lives. He is preceded in death by his grandfather, Blaine Lawson; cousin,
Nicholas Coker; great grandmothers, Martha Ammons and Reba Barnard.
Survivors: father & mother, Clifford Jr. and Drema Collins of Clinton;
brother, Joey Collins of Clinton; grandmother, Carol Lawson of Clinton;
grandparents, Charlsie & Clifford Collins, Sr. of Powell; special friend who
was a blessing to the family, Gail Upton of Clinton; aunts, Misty Coker of
LaFollette, Lisa Bunch of Knoxville; uncles, John, Gary, & Riley Collins, all
of Powell; special friends, John Elliott, Carol & Eddie Elliott, Lewis &
Carolyn Lloyd, all of Clinton, Misty Kidwell & family of Jacksboro, Carl
Summers, David & Ann Worthington, J.T. Gaylor, Curtis & Alice Akers, Joe &
Sue Copeland, all of Clinton; many special friends and cousins. Visitation:
6-9 p.m. Sat. Dec. 4, 6-8 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 5, 1999 at Cox-Martin Funeral
Home. Funeral service: 8 p.m. Sun., Dec. 5, 1999 in Cox-Martin Chapel with
Revs. Robert Adkins, Joe Copeland, & Curtis Akers officiating. Interment: 1
p.m. Mon. Dec. 6, 1999 at Oak Ridge Memorial Gardens. Cox-Martin Funeral Home
in charge



Elisha  Medley  Gives  Up  Struggle
    The  New  Philadelphia  Tribune  tells
something of the life  of a former well
known resident of Uhrichsville,  Elisha
Medley, who died at the Soldiers and
Sailors home in Sandusky, Ohio. It says:
    Elisha Medley died at the Soldiers and
Sailors Home in Sandusky on Monday
morning. The cause of death was general
debility.  Mr. Medley was born in Bel-
mont County, Ohio, on Oct, 15, 1822. At the
break out of of the war of the rebellion he
resided in Uhrichsville, and on Feb. 17,
1864, he enlisted as a private in Company
C, 51st Regiment, O. V. I., and was mus
tered out of the service with the regiment
at Victoria, Texas, on Oct. 3, 1865. He
was admitted to the Soldiers and Sailors
Home in Sandusky on May 5, 1902 was
discharged on Sept 16, 1904, and re ad-
mitted on March 18, 1905.  Mr. Medley is
survived by two sons, Elias Medley of
Akron and John Medley of Roswell, where
the father formerly lived. The body ar-
rived here on Monday evening and was
taken to the undertaking room of J. A.
Linn.  At 10 o'clock this morning  short
funeral services conducted by the members
of Andrew Crawford Post No. 6, G. A. R.
of which organization Mr. Medley was a
member, were held and the burial was in
the East Avenue Cemetery.


From The Knoxville News Sentinel 3 Dec 1999

GOOD, BESSIE M. - age 68, of Heiskell, passed away Thursday, December 2, 1999
at her residence. She was a member of Clinton Christian Church. She retired
from Methodist Medical Center as a Dietary Clerk. Bessie graduated as an LPN
from Pineville Community Hospital Nursing Program. Preceded in death by
husbands, A.H. "Bud" Stroud & Clay Good, Sr.; parents, Leonard & Rachael
Patterson Miller; brothers, Clarence Miller, Herbert Miller, and Earl Miller.
Survivors: daughters, Katie Stroud Vaughan & fiance Edgar Parrack of
Nashville, Thresa Stroud & husband Nathan Davis of Tipton, Ind., Margaret
Prewitt & husband Nolen of Clinton; son, Clay Good, Jr. & wife Barbie of
Clinton; sisters, Adelia Brine of Arlington, Mass., Margaret Wilson & husband
Vernon of Clinton, Ruby Bohanon & husband Malcolm of Knoxville, June Cruse &
husband John of Oak Ridge, Virginia Sweet & husband Charles Sweet of Clinton;
brothers, Van Miller of Arlington, Va., Glendon Miller of Clinton, C.G.
"Pete" Miller of Centerville, Va., W.B. "Buck" Miller of Enterprise, Ala.;
grandchildren, James Snodgrass, Marcia Prewitt, Shane Prewitt, Holly Davis,
Rob Davis, James Davis, Jennifer Davis, & Kristi Davis; great grandchildren,
Glenn Long & Emily Prewitt; special friend, Mark Young of Clinton; several
nieces, nephews, and a host of friends. The family will receive friends 7-9
p.m. Friday, December 3, 1999 at Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Clinton.
Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Saturday, December 4, 1999 in the
chapel. Interment will follow at McCarty-Woodhaven Memory Gardens in Claxton.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Methodist Hospital
Foundation for Holiday Lights, 990 Oak Ridge Turnpike, Oak Ridge, TN 37830.
Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

HALL, MARY BREECE - age 62, of Clinton, passed away Wednesday, December 1,
1999 at her residence. She was a member of Oak Ridge Church of God. She
retired from Union Carbide, Y-12 Plant, as a Key Punch Operator. Preceded in
death by parents, Willie & Minnie Breece; sister, Elva Crowder. Survivors:
son, Rev. Benny Hall & wife Angela of Clinton; sisters, Ava & husband Fred
Johnston of Centerville, Thankful & husband William Pigg of Columbia;
granddaughters, Ashley & Taylor Hall of Clinton; several nieces & nephews.
The family will receive friends 7-8:30 p.m. Friday, December 3, 1999, at
Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Clinton with funeral service following at 8:30
p.m. with Rev. Phillip Hayes & Rev. Rick Howard officiating. Interment will
be held 11 a.m. on Saturday, December 4, 1999 at Hillvale Cemetery.
Holley-Gamble Funeral Home of Clinton in charge of arrangements.



From The LaFollette Press 2 Dec 1999

GRACE BOWMAN, 93, of LaFollette, died Wednesday, November 24 at University of
Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville. She was preceded in death by; husband,
Russell Bowman. Funeral services were held Friday, November 26 in Cross
Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Justin Phillips officiating. Interment followed
Saturday, November 27 in Jacksboro Cemetery.

LOUISE CHAPMAN, 66, of Perkins Lane, Jacksboro, died Sunday, November 28 at
Fort Sanders Hospital in Knoxville. She was preceded in death by; husband,
Lottus Chapman; parents, Roy and Grace Norman Hatmaker. Funeral services were
held Tuesday, November 30 in Martin's Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Ronnie
Arnold officiating. Interment followed Wednesday, December 1 in Bakers Forge
Cemetery.

ALMA YOUNG GRAHAM, 83, of 275 Perry Smith Lane, Caryville, died Saturday,
November 27 at the Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge. She was preceded in
death by; parents, Harry Ray and Willie O. Vories Young. Survivors include,
husband, Lewis R. Graham. Funeral services were held Tuesday, November 30 in
Martin's Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Ray Graham officiating. Interment
followed in Marlow Cemetery, Caryville.

ANNA MAE JACKSON, 94, of Lake City, died Monday, November 29 at the Methodist
Medical Center. She was preceded in death by; husband, Hobert W. Jackson;
parents, Thomas J. and Delia Langley Cross. Funeral services were held
Tuesday, November 30 in the Cox-Martin Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Brian
Courtney officiating. Interment followed Wednesday, December 1 in the Estes
Cemetery, Coalfield, Tennessee.

JERRY A. LOVING, 60, of White Oak, died Saturday, November 27 at the
University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville. He was preceded in death
by; parents, Frank and Gilberta Lambdin Loving. Survivors include; wife,
Margie Loving. Graveside services were held Monday, November 29 in Oddfellows
Cemetery with Rev. Mike Smith officiating. Interment followed in Oddfellows
Cemetery. Harp Funeral Home of Jellico in charge of arrangements.

JAMES MILTON SILER, 76, of Cincinnati, Ohio, formerly of Mud Creek, Kentucky,
died Tuesday, November 23.
He was preceded in death by; parents, Moade and Gracie Siler. Graveside
funeral services were held Saturday, November 27 in the Milton Siler
Cemetery. Cox & Son Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

OPAL SWEENEY, 86, of LaFollette, died Sunday, November 28 at the LaFollette
Medical Center. She was preceded in death by; husband, Jack Sweeney; mother,
Pearl Russell. Funeral services were held Wednesday, December 1 at Cross
Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Carlo Bruce and Rev. Jack Carmical officiating.
Interment followed in Douglas Cemetery, Jellico.

HOWARD TREECE, 89, of Cumberland Gap, died Thursday, November 25 at Claiborne
County Hospital. He was one of the oldest living Veterans of World War II in
Claiborne County. He was preceded in death by; parents, Moses and Orlie
"Mink" Treece. Survivors include; wife, Sallie "Madon" Treece. Funeral
services were held Saturday, November 27 at Red Hill Baptist Church with Rev.
Gary Mundy and Rev. R. C. Tennyson officiating, and music by David Evans.
Interment followed in the Red Hill Church Cemetery. Reece Funeral Home and
Valley Chapel in charge of arrangements.

LEWIS TURNER"Louie" TURNER, 67, formerly of Clearfield, died Friday, November
26 in Medical College Hospital. He was a retired Millwright for the Toledo
Stamping Company after 37 years, and a United States Veteran. Mr. Turner was
preceded in death by; father, Jerry Turner. He is survived by; wife, Evelyn
Turner. mother, Oma Garner of Toledo. Funeral services will be held at 11
a.m. Friday, December 3 at the First Baptist Church of Sylvania with Pastor
Donald Black officiating. Interment will follow in Resurrection Cemetery,
Toledo. Those planning an expression of sympathy are asked to consider
Alzheimer's Association.

BETTY C. TINDELL, 57, of the New River community, died Monday, November 22 at
her home.
She was preceded in death by; mother, Beulah Jeffers. Survivors include;
husband, James E. Tindell. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. today
(Thursday), November 25 at the New Pilot Baptist Church with the Rev. Gene
Hunter officiating. Interment will follow in Leach Cemetery in Lake City. In
lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Cox-Martin Funeral Home.

JOHN TUCKER, 75, of Caryville, died Thursday, November 18 at the Methodist
Medical Center in Oak Ridge. He was retired from TVA and was a World War II
Navy Veteran. He was preceded in death by; parents, Tom and Cora Tucker.
Survivors include; wife, Willa Dean Tucker. Funeral services were held
Friday, November 19 in Cox-Martin Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Rick Teague
officiating. Interment followed Saturday, November 20 in Circle Cemetery in
Briceville.



Baltimore, MD
Fefel- On October 22, 1931, may (nee McComes) beloved wife of John
Fefel, Jr.
Funeral from her late residence, 1926 lemmon Street on Monday at 10 am.
Interment in Loudon Park.

Lynch- On October 14, 1940, Esther, beloved wife of Jerry Lynch of 121
Nursery road, Raynor Heights.
Funeral services will be held at Joseph Kasinskas, Inc. 602 Washington
Boulevard, on Friday at 2 o'clock.  Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery.

McKeldin- On July 6, 1941, Mary C. (nee Wells) beloved wife of the late
George E. McKeldin.
Services at her home, 1417 South Charles.  Notice Later.

Hobbs- on April 28, 1941, Joseph S. of 25 south Linwood aveneu beloved
father of Edward J. Hobbs.
Funeral from John  A. Moran Funeral Home.  3000 East Baltimore street,
corner Potomac, on Thursday May 1 at 2pm, Interment in Lorraine
Cemetery.

McGowan- On July 6, 1941, Martin D. Beloved husband of Charlotte A. McGowan
(nee Hillen).
Funeral from his home 8307 Philadelphia road, Rosedale, on Wednesday at 11.30
A.M. Interment in Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Stemmers Run.

O'Conner- On February 10, 1942 Hugh H., Beloved husband of the late Mary
Driscoll O'Conner.
Funeral from the George J. Ruth, Inc. Home 1735 Harford avenue, on Thursday at
8.30 A.M.  Requiem Mass at St. Paul's Church at 9 A.M. Interment in New
Cathedral Cemetery.

Rowe- Suddenly, on October 24, 1931, John Thomas, beloved husband of
Daisy Rowe ( nee Chapman) at residence in Coral Gables, Fla.

Wright- on October 16, 1940 Laura V. Wright ( nee Yost), beloved wife of the
late Howard R. Wright.
Funeral from the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Elmer W. Sheppard, Gwynn
Oak and Mount Alto Avenues, Woodlawn Md., on Saturday at 1.30 pm.  Interment
in New Freedom, Pa.

Huber, Suddenly, on October 7, 1928, Jacob, beloved husband of ? Huber.
Funeral from his late residence, 1313 south Carey street, on Tuesday at
3pm Interment in Loudon Cemtery.

Watson- On January 22, 1951, at Ritchie Hospital Emma M., beloved daughter
of the late Charles E. and Sarah E. Watson.
Funeral from the funeral home of John J. Cowan & son.  Hollins and
Poppleton Streets, on Thursday, January 25 at 2 o'clock.  Interment in
Baldwin Memorial M.E. Cemetery. (Please omit flowers)

Lynch- On October 14, 1940, Esther, beloved wife of Jerry Lynch of 121
Nursery road, Raynor Heights.
Funeral services will be held at Joseph kasinskas, Inc., 602 Washington
Boulevard on Friday at 2 o'clock.  Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery.



Chattanooga Times, October 26, 1912, p. 3.

John A. CALDER, aged 86, died yesterday at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. C. C. DUGGER, 415 Poplar street.  He is survived by three daughters,
Mrs. C. C. DUGGER, Mrs. H. L. KIRK, of Atlanta, and Mrs. George MANUEL, of
Mobile, and one son, John J., of Etowah.  Funeral services will be held from the
residence at 8:30 this afternoon, the Rev. J. W. Bachman officiating.  The
following will act as pallbearers:  John THOMPSON, Dan HENDERSON, A. C. FOUST,
John B. NICKLIN, J. P. KENDRICK and Jesse DUGGER.  Interment in the Citizens'
cemetery.

Special to the Chattanooga Times.
Harriman, Tenn., Oct. 26.--Mrs. George PARKS, aged 44 years, died at her home at
Laurel Bluff, after a lingerling affliction with softening of the brain.
Duneral services were conducted by the Rev. James Blye, and interment in the
Laurel Bluff cemetery in the presence of a large crowd of relatives and
friends.  Mrs. PARKS was well liked and very popular, as evidenced by the
elaborate floral tributes with which the grave was decorated.

Special to the Chattanooga Times.
Harriman, Tenn., Oct. 26.--Mrs. J. BANNER, aged 40 years, died October 24, of
dropsy.  The funeral services were conducted by the Rev. Frank Sudath and the
burial was in Piney Grove cemetery.


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