|Chattanooga TIMES-FREE PRESS, Jan.12, 1981.
BALLEW - David W., of Ingleside Ave, .Athens,
Tenn., died early Sunday morning in a
Chattanooga hospital.He was employed for
32 years with the Athens Plow Co.until his
retirement.He was a member of First
Baptist Church in Athens and was preceded
in death by his wife, Mrs.Mauder Trotter
Ballew.He is survived by a son, William
David Ballew of Chattanooga;four
grandchildren;sister, Mrs.Ernest (Pearl)
Brown of Copper Hill, Tenn;two brothers,
Arthur Ballew, also of Copper Hill, and
Jim Ballew of Atlanta, Ga.
Services will be held on Tuesday at 11 a.m. in the
chapel of Smith Funeral
Home with the Rev.Ansell Baker officiating
Burial will be in Mcminn Memory Gardens.
The family will receive friends today at the funeral
home from 7-9 p.m.
Arrangements are by Smith Funeral Home
BARGER - William Paul, 68, of 1100 Parkway
Avenue, died Saturday morning in a local
hospital.he was a member of the First Baptist Church
and the Alert Sunday
School Class.Survivors include sister
and brother-in-law Mr.and Mrs.G.Mack
Pylant, Red Bank;brother-in-law R.H.Stone,
Graveside services will be held today at
2:30 p.m.in Hamilton Memorial Gardens
with Dr.Winfred Hendrix officiating.
Pallbearers wil be H.W.McKenie
Willie King, Bill Porter, Archie Holder,
George Smith and E.D.Dobb.The body is at the North
Chapel of the Chattanooga
Funeral Home, Hwy.153, Hixson, Tenn.
BLANTON - Mrs. Eual Mae (Wallin), 65, of New
Orleans, La., died Saturday morning at a local
hospital.She was a native of Rising
Fawn, Ga., spending most of her life in
the Chattanooga area before moving to
New Orleans in 1978. She was of the Baptist
faith.Survivors include daughter, Mrs.
Patsy Sullivan, Chattanooga;two sons,
Robert Wallin, Chattanooga;James Wallin,
Chicago, Ill;three brothers, Maxwell
Walraven, Wallace Walraven and Charles
Walraven, all of Chattanooga;19 grandchildren;seven
Services will be held today at 1 p.m.
in the Valley View Chapel of Lane Funeral
Home with burial in Hamilton Memorial
Gardens.The family will receive friends
at the Valley View Chapel of Lane Funeral
BROWN - Bose, 0f 724 W.12th St., Chattanooga,
died Wednesday evening at his residence.
He was a member of the First Baptist
Church of Avondale and was a retired employee of
Siskin Steel and Supply
Co.Survivors include wife, Mrs.Mary Brown,
Chattanooga;son Joe E.Brown, Columbus, Ga;
three daughters, Marcella Toney, Ira Brown
and Mary Gustus all of Chattanooga;brother
Howard Brown;two sons-in-law;one daughter-
in-law;18 grandcildren;40 great- grand-
children;nieces;nephews;a host of other
relatives and friends.
Services will be held today at 1 p.m.at
the First Baptist Church of Avondale with
th Rev.J.W.Williams officiating.
Burial will be in Forest Hills Cemetery.
Arrangement's by Crombie's Funeral Service
2201 S.Broad St.
Chattanooga TIMES newspaper, Dec.
BROYLES - Paul Wayne, 9 months, of St.Elmo,
Route 4, died Monday afternoon in a local
hospital.Surviving are his mother, Mrs.
Catherine Wilson Broyles, Route 4, St.Elmo,
father, W.C.Brown, of Route 4, St.Elmo;
one sister, Rita Faye Broyles, Chattanooga;
maternal grandparents, Mr.and Mrs.W.H.
Wilson, Chattanooga.Funeral arrangements
will be announced later.The body is at
the Chattanooga Funeral home.
COXEY - Grover, age 77, of Morgantown, near
Dayton, Tenn., passed away at his residence
Monday morning.He was a retired guard
with the state of Tennessee.Surviving
are his wife, Mrs.Laura Cranfield Coxey,
Dayton, Tenn;four daughters, Mrs.Alma
Jordon, Chattanooga;Mrs.Mary White, Denver,
Colo;Mrs.June Brady, Dayton, Tenn, and Mrs.
Bonnie Basket, Jackson, Tenn;three sons,
Eugene and Paul Coxey, Dayton, Tenn, and Max
Coxey, Jackson, Tenn;one sister, Mrs.Minnie
Campbell, Birchwood;two brothers, Robert
Coxey, Athens, Tenn;Mynatt Coxey, Dayton,
Tenn;10 grandchildren, also several
nieces and nephews.Funeral services will
be conducted Wednesday at2:30 p.m. at the
Old Washington Baptist Church, with Rev.
J.L.Gates officiating.Active pallbearers are York
Coxey, Noel Coxey, Woodrow Coxey,
Ray Campbell, Frank Rockholt and Wendell
Coxey.Honorary pallbearers are Ernest
Brady, John Gentry, Jay Colbaugh, Birch
Bridgman, Bert Nixon, Avery Carney, Rick Byrd.
Chattanooga TIMES paper, Dec.10, 1962.
AGNEW - Mrs.Henry M.,of 203 McFarland Ave.
ded Saturday afternoon in a local hospital
Mrs.Agnew was the widow of the late
Henry Agnew,who was founder of the
Agnew Hardware Company.She was a member of the
Northside Presbyterian Church.
Survivors are one son,Ralph Agnew of
od Chattanooga;four grandchildren and
several nieces and nephews.Funeral
services will be held at 1 o'clock
Monday afternoon in the east chapel of
the Chattanooga Funeral Home with Dr.
Harry Mercer officiating.Interment will
follow in the Alpine Cemetery in Menlo,
Ga.Pallbearers will be Frank Agnew,Vance
Storey,Roy Lee Masley,Bob McCroskey,
A.A.Powell and Robert Stevenson.
The body is at the Chattanooga Funeral
CHAPMAN - Funeral services for Charles
Wade Chapman Jr.,age 42,who died Wednesday
in Paramount,Calif.,will b held at 2:30
o'clock Monday afternoon at the Central
Avenue Baptist Church wih Rev.Marshall
Dykes officiating.Interment will be in Forest Hills
be Hugh Russell,Bob Welch,Cletus Vancofft,
Juneo Carter,Jim Coffman,and Roy
Simmons.The body is at the Chattanooga
NUSBAUM - Rober A.,age 56,of Brookfield
Ave.,died Sunday at residence. Mr.Nusbaum
was a member of the Brainard Methodist
Church.Surviving are his wife,Mrs.Irene
Nusbaum of Chattanooga;and one daughter
Alice Marie Nusbaum,Chattanooga;Funeral
sevices will be held at 11 o'clock Monday
morning in te East Chapel of the
Chattanooga Funeral Home with Dr.William
Interment will be in Chattanooga
Memorial Park. Pallbearers will be Richard Grant,Judge
Grant,Glenn J---son,and Robert Davis.
The body is at Chattanooga Funeral Home.
PERRY - Jack D., age 63,died early Sunday
morning in his home at Spring City,Route
1.He is survived by his wife,Estaline
Perry;six daughters,Mrs.Vada Edwards,Mrs.
Lissie ---nett,Mrs.Pauline Burnett,and
Mrs.Ruby Treadway,all of Sprng City.
Mrs.Nellie Boggs and Mrs.Eula Checauck,
both of Elvria,Ohio? sons Claude Perry of
Elvria,Jack Perry Jr.,George Perry and
F--- Perry,all of Spring City;one
brother,Sam Perry of Dayton,Tenn;two
sisters,Mrs.Flossie Newby of Ev---ville,
Tenn. and Mrs.Alice Hill of Spring City.
Funeral arrangements will be announced
later.by Vaughn Funeral Home.
SCASBRICK - Bill, 4-month-old son of Mr.and
Mrs.Gary Scasbrick Signal Mountain,died at a local
hospital early Sunday morning.
Other survivors are paternal grandparents
Mrs.and Mrs.Charles Scasbrick of Red Bank;
Maternal grandparents,MR.and Mrs.L.
Dantzler of Signal Mountain;great-grand-
parents Mr.and Mrs.F.Chapman of Chattanooga;and ???
Carrie Welch of
Chattanooga.Graveside services will be
held this morning at 10 a.m. from the
Hamilton Memorial Gardens with Dr.Ralph
Norton officiating.Arrangements by Coulter's Ashland
SISK - male, 81, 3702 1/2 Calhoun Ave., died Friday in a
local hospital. Services at
2:00 at the chapel of Turner Funeral
Home. Pallbearers, Frank Sisk, Del--- Sisk,
Jackie Neal Sisk, Ray Crawley, Bud Simmons.
STRICKLAND - Miss Annie Su---, 82,3408 Third
Ave.,died in a local hospital at 7:45
o'clock Saturday night.A lifelong resident
of Chattanooga,she was the daughter of
the late Jim and M--- Atkins Strickland...
After so long of suffering Mr. James Clouts passed away Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. The remains were buried in Antiock Cemetery
Thursday afternoon. The bereaved family have the sympathy of the community.
(December 6, 1909 , Cleveland Journal & Banner, Cleveland, TN)
James R. Clounts passed away November 30, (1909), after an illness
of some length. He leaves a father, mother, and several brothers and sisters
to mourn his death. Rev. Willie Tallent preached the funeral at Antiock,
December 1, (1909)
(December 7, 1909, Cleveland Journal & Banner, Cleveland, TN)
The infant child, eight days old of Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Collins died
Monday December 6, (1909) . Death due to spinal trouble.
(December 10, 1909, Cleveland Banner & Journal, Cleveland, TN)
Chatt.Tenn.TIMES paper, June.2,1944.
DAVIS - Mrs.Mattie G., 69, of Sims Dr., North
Chattanooga, R.F.D. No.5, died in a local
hospital at 2:30 o'clock Thursday
afternoon. Surviving are a son, Charles
Smith; sister, Mrs. Callie Newman; two
granddaughters, Mrs. A.T. Campbell and Miss
Mary Frances Smith, all of Chattanooga;
grandson, Walter C. Smith,of Indianapolis,
Ind.; also two great-grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements will be announced
later by the Cosmopolitan Funeral Home.
Chatta. TIMES paper, Sept.28, 1940.
GUESS - Funeral services for Mrs. Holtzie Godfrey
Guess, 23, who died suddenly Friday morning at
her residence, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:30
p.m. in the Chamberlain Avenue Baptist
Church, with the Rev. L. B. Crantford officiatng.
She is survived by one son, Franz Daniel Guess;
parents, Mr.and Mrs. J. H. Godfrey; four sisters,
Miss Betty Jo Godfrey, Miss Ruby Godfrey, Mrs. E.
G. McCarson, Mrs. J. A. Harrell; two brothers, Forest
and Houston Godfrey,and grandfather, H. H. McNallie.
The body will remain at the residence, 3209 E.
Eighth ave., until the hour of service.
Interment will be in Greenwood Cemetary.
Arrangements by Turner-Williams.
Chattanooga TIMES paper, June 4-5, 1976.
HOWELL, James R. - 86, of Kingsport, Tenn., a
former resident of Daisy, Tenn.,died in a
hospital in Kingsport Wednesday night.
He was a retired employee of Dixie Yarns.
Survivors: two sons, Wilburn Howell, Daisy;
Ray Howell, Kingsport; daughter, Mrs. Aline
Mills, Nashville; sister, Mrs. Annalee Minnis,
Atlanta; 13 grandchildren, several great-
grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
Funeral 2 p.m. Saturday in the chapel of
the Funeral home by minister Phil Cochran
and minister Homer A. Daniel. Interment
in Hamilton Memorial Gardens Cemetery.
Active pallbearers, Charles Brackett, Jessie
Beene, Joe Holbert, Robert Elliott, Frank Elsea, Randy
The body is at the funeral home. Arrangements by
Williamson & Sons, Hwy.27, Soddy-Daisy.
WALLACE, Herbert Acie - 59, of 4146 East Ridge
Dr., East Ridge, died Thursday evening in a
local hospital. He was a native of Marshall
County, Alabama, but had resided in this
area for the past 32 years.He was a
member of the East Ridge Baptist Church
and was an employee of the Southern
Railway Co. He was a veteran of World War
2, having served in the U.S.Navy.
Survivors, wife, Mrs. Moree Wallace,East
Ridge; one daughter, Mrs.Joanna Hazel; one
grandson, Christopher Lynn Hazel, both of
East Ridge; one son, Steven Herbert Wallace
Terre Haute, Ind; three brothers, R.J.
Wallace, Marysville, Tenn.; R.C. Wallace,
Albany, Ga.; T. W. Wallace, Honolulu; two
sisters, Mrs. J.P. Lowe, Bessemer, Al.; Mrs.
John Bradford, Talladega, Ala.; several
nieces and nephews.
Funeral arrangements will be announced by
the South Crest chapel of the Lane
MARCH 31, 1876 Cleveland Herald
SAMUEL K. BACON, son of D. N. BACON, of this county, at the
of 27 years and 6 months, on the 24th day of March. 
APRIL 7, 1876 Cleveland Herald
Mrs. MARY E. McCONNELL, wife of W. E. McCONNELL, of this city-
at the age of 64 years, on Saturday, April 1,1876.
APRIL 21, 1876 Cleveland Herald
JOHN OSMENT, the colored boy that has worked our press for over
a year, died last Saturday from the effect of being thrown from
a mule. He was fifteen years of age.
APRIL 28, 1876 Cleveland Herald
B. MORRISSON, of Chatta Valley, after a protracted illness,
on the 24th inst. age 60 years.
Infant son of Mr. FRANK BACON on the 23rd of this month.
Infant son of JOHN PATTERSON, 3 miles east of Cleveland on 22nd.
Age about 1 year.
May 12, 1876 Cleveland Herald
Miss MARGARET LOWE, daughter of Wm. LOWE, of this city, on the
10th of this month. Age 20 years.
In Meigs county near Bunker's Hill -- Mrs. DOWNEY, wife of Mr.
LUM DOWNEY, after a short illness, on Sunday April 30th, 1876.
May 19, 1876 Cleveland Herald
In Meigs county near Brittsville on Saturday, May 15th - Miss
MARY MILAWAY, widow of JOHN T. MILAWAY. aged about 70 years
May 26, 1876 Cleveland Herald
Miss FANNIE DeLANO, on Saturday May 20th, 1876, at the age of
about 19 years. Her disease was consumption. She was buried
on Monday the 22nd. St. Luke's Church, of which she was a member,
June 30, 1876 Cleveland Herald
NANNIE A. COWAN - of consumption - on Tuesday, June 20th, 1876,
at the age of about 17 years.
The deceased was a bright looking, young girl - was the daughter
of the late JAMES M. COWAN; her mother having died about ten
years ago. NANNIE was a special favorite to all her associates.
She leaves a younger sister and two brothers to mourn her
untimely end. She was buried beside her father and mother in
the cemetery at this place on Wednesday last.