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OBITUARIES FOR COOKEVILLE CITY CEMETERY, COOKEVILLE, TN

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(Compiled by Audrey J. (Denny) Lambert for her website at: http://www.ajlambert.com ) Sources: Putnam County Cemeteries by Maurine Ensor Patton & Doris (Garrison) Gilbert; Allison Connections by Della P. Franklin, 1988; Boyd Family by Carol Bradford; Draper Families in America, 1964; census records; Putnam County Herald & Herald-Citizen obts; Tennessee DAR GRC report, S1 V067: City Cemetery Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, 1954; names, dates and information obtained from tombstones and research by Audrey J. (Denny) Lambert and others. Office & Cemetery located at: 241 S Walnut Ave Cookeville, TN 38501 (931) 372-8086 CITY CEMETERY: Putnam County Herald, Thursday, 13 July 1916. Rev. G. W. Nackles, of Erin, was here last week on business connected with the city cemetery, of which he is Superintendent. Parties who have recently purchased lots in the city cemetery and have not yet received their deeds for same can obtain them by calling at the law office of Ernest Boyd, the Assistant Supt. of the cemetery. Everyone who has relatives and friends buried in the Cookeville cemetery has reason to feel deeply grateful to these men who for several years have unselfishly contributed much of their time to the work of making the Cookeville cemetery the best kept and most beautiful cemetery in the state. There is nothing that speaks lounder for the finer sentiment of this community than its beautiful cemetery, and no man ever took a deeper or more unselfish interest in any undertaking than have G. W. Nackles and E. H. Boyd in caring for and beautifying the ` of our Dead.' City CITY CEMETERY MATTERS: Putnam County Herald, Thursday, 8 March 1917. The Board of Trustees of the Cookeville Cemetery meeting held Friday at the office of E. H. Boyd, elected J. R. Douglass, chairman to succeed A. Algood, who had tendered his resignation. The other officers of the board are Rev. G. W. Nackles, secretary and treasurere, and E. H. Boyd, superintendent. The board fixed the prices to be charged for digging graves, by the Sexton, as follows: For digging graves for person over twelve years of age, Three Dollars, for digging graves for persons under twelve years of age, Two Dollars. John White, the Cemetery Sexton, lives near the cemetery and his services can be had at any time by persons desiring graves dug or sodded. Person desiring to have graves sodded should confer with the Sexton. The Board fixed the prices to be charged by the Sexton for sodding graves as follows. For sodding with blue grass, One Dollar, for sodding with Bermuda grass, fifty cents. All persons desiring to buy cemetery lots will confer with E. H. Boyd, Superintendent. Cookeville board feels proud of its cemetery. There is not a better kept or better managed city cemetery in the State than the Cookeville cemetery.

DECORATION DAY: Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 1 June 1922. The memorial service held at the Methodist church on Tuesday, May 30, ` Decoration Day'under the suspices of the local chapter of the American Legion was a most impressive one. The church was beautifully decorated with flowers, gathered and arranged by the ladies of the town. The program which was a most interesting one, was thoroughly enjoyed and appreciated by a fair sized audience. Rev. Sam Edwards delivered the principal address in his usual masterful manner, while Presdient Q. M. Smith of the Tennessee Polytechnic Institure, made a most pleasing and appropritat speech. The musical program was well rendered. After the service at the church, the Legion and numbers of their friends marched to the city cemetery and deposited the beautiful wreaths of flowers on the graves of all the ex-service men, not only of the late war, but of the Spanish-American and Civil wars as well. MEMORIAL SERVICES SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT CITY CEMETERY: Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 1 June 1944 The annual Memorial and Decoration services in the Cookeville Cemetery will begin promptly at two o' clock next Sunday afternoon. All who can are urged to bring flowers. The graves of all soldiers, and wives of soldiers in the cemetery will be decorated with flowers. All are urged to attend this memorial service, as an interesting program has been arranged. MEMORIAL, DECORATION SERVICE SET AT COOKEVILLE CEMETERY: Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 31 May 1945. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend the annual Confederate Memorial and Decoration Day services to be held on next Sunday afternoon at 2 o' clock, in the Cookeville Cemetery. The graves of almost a hundred Confederate soldiers and wives of Confederate soldiers in this cemetery will be decorated with flowers, and the graves of all other soldiers of all wars, and graves of all widows of soldiers of all wars will likewise be decorated. There are no special committees to decorate particular graves, hence all are urged to bring flowers. An appropriate program of music and memorial talks has been arranged for this service. Tell your neighbors and friends about this patriotic service. CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY SET FOR JUNE 2: Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 16 May 1946. The annual Confederat Memorial and Decoration Day services will be hled in the Cookeville Cemetery at two o' cock June 2, it was announced today. Graves of more than 100 Confederate soldiers and their wives will be decorated with flowers, as well as the graves of all soldiers in the cemetery. The committee has arranged a program of music and addresses in memory of all soldiers of all wars whose graves are in the Cookeville Cemetery. The publis is invited. O. E. CAMERON AGAIN HEADS COOKEVILLE CEMETERY BOARD: Putnam County Herald, Cookeville TN: 6 February 1947

O. E. Cameron was re-elected as chairman of the board of trustees of the Cookeville Cemetery at a meeting Saturday. W. A. Hensley was elected vice-chairman, and E. H. Boyd re-elected secretary. Mayor D. S. Mahler was named treasurer. The board voted to emply a cartaker for the burial grounds. MEMORIAL SERVICE, DECORATION SUNDAY: Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 2 June 1949 The annual local Confederate Memorial and Decoration Day services will be held in the Cookeville Cemetery, Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o' clock, when the graves of all soldiers of all wars, in the Cookeville Cemetery will be decorated with flowers, as will be the graves of their wives. The opening prayer will be by Rev. B. N. Ramsey, pastor of the First Baptist Church. Talks will be made by Rev. H. T. Fowler, pastor of the First Methodist church, and Rev. Scott Johnson, pastor of the First Cumberland Presbyterian church. The closing prayer will be by Rev. S. M. Shaw, pastor of the First Nazarene Church. The public is urged to attend this service and all who can do so are requested to bring flowers. In last week' issue of the Herald, by a typographical oversight the name of Mrs. Eugene Jared, one of the s members of the committee on arrangements, was unintentionally omitted from the published names of the members of this committee. MEMORIAL, DECORATION SERVICE SLATED SUNDAY: Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 31 May 1951. On next Sunday afternoon, at two o' clock, memorial and decoration services will be conducted in the Cookeville City Cemetery, at which time the graves of all soldiers, of all years, in this cemetery, will be decorated with flowers and an appropriate program of music and addresses will be carried out as has been the custom each first Sunday afternoon in June for the past 30 years. The public is cordially invited to attend this memorial service. MAUSOLEUM SOMETHING NEW FOR COOKEVILLE: Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 1952 It has just been announced that final arrangements have been completed for the building of a community mausoleum in the City Cemetery here in Cookeville. Mausoleums are imposing structures built for the burial of people after death. They are constructed in such a manner as to enable burial to be made away from dirt and water, and protected by stone, steel and concrete. This has long been the method of burial among nobility, families of wealth and for national heroes such as Lincoln, Grant, Garfield, Washington, McKinley and others in our own country. This mode of entombment has been in use for thousands of years, since the construction of the Pyramids of Egypt, which are mausoleums for the burial of kings. Until recently the cost of this type of entombment has been of such expense that it was far beyong the reach of the average man or woman; but now when operated upon a community basis where many desire space therein it gives the protection of a private mausoleum at a cost of less than ground burial. Space for two in a mausoleum such as this is not, in most cases, as high as the cost of an average sized tomstone which is placed on a grave lot. While mausoleums are not prominent in this immediate section of the country, they are being builr in other sections of the United States and Canada, and will in time traverse the nation as a whole.

The project will lend beauty to the City Cemetery, as well as give protection to those who are placed therein. Dave Adams b. 2 January 1877, TN ­d. 18 April 1910, md Isabell (unknown) Adams & md Vinie (unknown) Adams. (md twice, one daughter from former marriage). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 264 ­Duke Adams is head of household, 23 yrs. old, b. January 1877, TN md 1 yr. to Isabell, 22 yrs. old, b. February 1878, TN, 0 children born, 0 children living). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Moscript Street, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 309, Family: 324 ­ David Adams is head of household, 33 yrs. old, TN M2, md 3 yrs. to Vinie, 28 yrs. old, TN, 1 child born, 1 child living. Child: Delma Adams, 7 yrs. old, TN). Harold Brannon Adams Obt. b. 19 December 1922, South Bend, IN - d. 10 March 2004, Lebanon, Wilson Co., TN, md on the 18th of August 1967, Robertson Co., TN to Lyne (Stidham) Adams. Harold Brannon Adams, s/o Rev. L. A. & Mabel Adams. (SS Death Index: Name: ADAMS, HAROLD B ­Birth: 19 Dec 1922- Death: 04 Sep 1995­Age: 81- Last Residence (Lebanon, Wilson Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­ SSN: 372-28-3586, Issued By: MI). (Death date was verified with a family member or someone acting on behalf of the family). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Robertson Co., TN, pg. 115: Harold Brannon Adams married 18 August 1967, Robertson Co., TN, age 44, address: 550 Harding Place, Aptl 106, Nashville, TN to Lyne Marie Stidham, age 30, address: Nashville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: blank). LEBANON -- Funeral services for Harold " Hank"Brannon Adams, 81, of Lebanon will be held Friday, March 12, at 1 p.m. in the chapel of Partlow Funeral Home in Lebanon. Graveside services will immediately follow at Cookeville City Cemetery in Cookeville. The family will receive friends at the funeral home today, March 11, from 3-9 p.m. and on Friday from 11 a.m. until time of services. Mr. Adams died Wednesday, March 10, 2004, at Cedar Health Care in Lebanon following a lengthy illness. He was the son of the late Rev. L.A. and Mabel Adams and a native of South Bend, Ind. Mr. Adams and his wife were the owners of Adams Wholesale Art and Frame Shop, and he was a decorated Marine, serving during World War II. His family includes his wife of 36 years, Lyne Stidham Adams; a brother, John Adams of Mt. Vernon, Ill.; and three sisters, Dr. Jacquelyn Weatherford of Hopkinsville, Ky., Jean McCarthy of San Antonio, Texas, and Jenny Sledge of Tucson, Ariz. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Jim Adams, and a sister, Sue Stewart. Pallbearers will be Joe McGovern, Mike Gaw, Roy Spurlock, David and Charles Weatherford and Mike Adams. Bro. Harold Parker will officiate at the services.

Published March 11, 2004 10:36 AM CST : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Jessie Mae Adams b. 7 May 1987 ­1 July (no year). Willie Pastel Adams b. 20 June 1908 ­d. 27 January 1910. Beauregard G. Adcock Obt. b. 21 September 1861, DeKalb Co., TN ­d. 4 February 1936, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 1st of January 1885, Van Buren, TN to Mary Lee (Kendrick) Adcock, b. 2 February 1863, Roane Co., TN ­ d. 26 March 1931, Nashville, Davidson Co., TN, d/o Enoch J. Kendrick & Eliza Owings. Beauregard Adcock was a Lawyer in Putnam Co., TN and Mary Lee (Kendrick) Adcock was a High School Teacher in Putnam Co., TN. Beauregard Adcock, s/o of Capt. Perry Adcock (Confederate Army) & Mary Wynn. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Van Buren Co., TN, pg. 63: Beauregard G. Adcock married 1 January 1885, Van Burne, TN to Miss Lee Kendrick) Children of Beauregard G. Adcock & Mary Lee Kendrick are: Mrs. David C. Lee; Mrs. William Lee (Etolle) Weir, Mrs. Harvey Thurman Whitson; Mrs. Robert Lee " Bob" Maddux & Milburn Kendrick Adcock. Sisters of Mary Lee Kendrick are: Mrs. J. B. Payne; Mrs. L. H. Montgomery, Miss Nan & Lummie Kendrick. *See Harvey Thurman Whitson Obt. who md their daughter Bula Adcock, both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mary Lee (Kendrick) Adcock Obt. *See James Haskell Adcock & Clarence Perry Adcock, both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Milburn Kendrick Adcock Obt. *See Lorelle Cornelia (Adcock) Maddux Obt. *See William Lee Weir buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Harvey Thurman Whitson Obt. B. G. ADCOCK PROMINENT ATTORNEY DIES AT HIS DAUGHTER' HOME HERE: S Was State Senator In 1893 From Ninth Senatorial District: Final Rites Yesterday. B. G. Adcock, 74, for half a century an active practicing attorney, and a member of the State Senate of the General Assembly of 1893 from the Ninth Senatorial District, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. R. L. Maddux and Mr. Maddux, in Cookeville, after an illness of about a month. Funeral services were conducted at the Maddux residence yesterday afternoon by Judge Harry camp fo Sparta, assisted by Elder Clarence Cooke, of Cookeville. He was buried in the Cookeville cemetery beside his wife, Mrs. Leaigh Kendricks Adock, who died five years ago. Mr. Adcock was born and reared in DeKalb county. His father Capt. Perry Adcock, was a prominent pioneer citizen of that coundy and a Captain in the Confederate army. Mr. Adcock attended Burritt College at Sparta, and studied law in Smithville, where as a young man, he began practicing more than a century ago. In his young manhood, he was married to Miss Lee Kendrick, a school teacher of rare ability, who taught for many years in the schools of Sparta and Cookeville. In 1892, Mr. Adcock was elected to the State Senate from the Ninth district and served one term.

In 1893 he moved from Smithville to Sparta where he was actively engaged in the practice of law until 1905, when he located in Cookeville. After practicing here for nineteen years, he moved to West Palm Beach, Florida, where he built up a large practice. He returned to Sparta in 1934 where he remained until about a month ago when he came to be with Mr. and Mrs. Maddux. He is survived by one son, M. K. Adcock, of Chicago; four daughters, Mrs. W. L. Weir, of Oklahoma City, Mrs. David Lee, of Nashville, Mrs. Maddux, and Mrs. H. T. Whitson, of Cookeville; one sister, Mrs. Sterling Wall, of Murfreesboro; and five grandchildren, Jerry B. and Jean Whitson, Dave and Ledora Maddux, of Cookeville, and Lucy Randolph Lee, of Nashville. He was a member of the Church of Christ. The lawyers of the Cookeville Bar Association served as honorary pall bearers at his funeral. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 6 February 1936. (Sources: Tennessee Deaths and Burials Index, 1874­ 1955. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah, 2009, 2010. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records. Ancestry.com. Tennessee, Deaths and Burials Index, 1874-1955 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011. Original data: Name: Beaueguard Adcock. Gender: Male. Birth Date: abt 1862. Birth Place: Tennessee. Age: 74. Death Date: 4 Feb 1936. Death Place: Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee. Father's Name: Perry Adcock. Mother's Name: Mary Mynn. Name: Lee Kindrick Adcock [Lee Kindrick Kindrick]. Gender: Female. Birth Date: 2 Feb 1863. Birth Place: Roane Co, Tennessee. Age: 68. Death Date: 26 Mar 1931. Death Place: Nashville, Davidson, Tennessee. Father's Name: Enoch J Kindrick. Mother's Name: Eliza Owings. Census Place: 1880 District 7, De Kalb Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255252 National Archives Film T9-1252 Page 170B Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Perry ADCOCK Self M M W 50 TN Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN Mary ADCOCK Wife F M W 38 TN Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN Bureauguard ADCOCK Son M S W 19 TN Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN William ADCOCK Son M S W 16 TN Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN Caldonia ADCOCK Dau F S W 13 TN Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN Joseph ADCOCK Son M S W 10 TN Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN Mary J. GREEN Other F S W 18 TN Occ: Hired Out Fa: TN Mo: TN (1900 census, Sparta Town, White Co., TN: Dwl: 86 - Beauregard Adcock is head of household, 38 yrs. old, TN, b. September 1861, TN, Occupation, Lawyer, md 15 yrs. to Lee, 37 yrs. old, b. February 1863, TN, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Etoile M., 14 yrs. old, b. November 1885; Milburn K., 12 yrs. old, b. October 1887; (twins) Bula M., 10 yrs. old, b. November 1889; Lula, 10 yrs. old, b. November 1889 & Lorelle Adcock, 6 yrs. old, b. August 1893. All born in TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 90 ­Beauregard Adcock is head of household, 48 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Lawyer General Practice, md 25 yrs. to Mary L., 44 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Teacher High School, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Milburn K., 22 yrs. old,

Occupation: Traveling sales Book House; Bula, 20 yrs. old; Lula, 20 yrs. old, Occupation: Teacher High School & Lorelle Adcock, 16 yrs. old. All born in TN). Beaureguard Adcock b. -----, TN d. 4 Feb 1936 Age: 74y Father: Perry Adcock, TN Mother: Mary Wynn, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #4505, Putnam Co., TN Clarence Perry " Tight Eye"Adcock b. 1902, Sparta, TN ­d. 7 April 1931, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 14th of January 1926, Jackson Co., TN to Ruby Annette (Jared) Adcock, b. 25 October 1907, TX ­ d. 26 December 1983, Fulton Co., KY, d/o Leonidas Polk Jared & Emma Terry. Clarence Perry Adcock, s/o James Perry Adcock & Helen Abigail Smith. Ruby Annette (Jared) Adcock md 2nd Robert Douglas Young. Clarence Perry Adcock & Ruby Annette Jared had a daughter named Emma Sue Adcock, b. 7 February 1927 md on the 29th of December 1951 to Dr. Andrew Pryor Nelson. Ruby Annette (Jared) Adcock Young is buried in the Highland Cemetery, Sparta, White Co., TN. `A Little Time On Earth He Spent, Till God For Him His Angel Sent' (Clarence Perry Adcock: brothers, James and William; sisters, Mrs. Oliver Lynch, Mrs. Herman Phy & Mrs. Coe Pruitt). *See James Perry Adcock Obt. *See James Haskell Adcock buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 25, #55: C. P. Adcock married 14 January 1926, Jackson Co., TN to R. A. Jared). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, White Co., TN, pg. 367: Robert Douglas Young married 2 July 1950, White Co., TN, age 51, b. 6 September 1898, address: Sparta, TN to Ruby Ann Adcock, age 42, b. 25 October 1907, address: Sparta, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Emma Sue Adcoc, Sparta, TN). Clarence Perry Adcock b. -----, TN d. 7 Apr 1931 Age: 29y Father: Perry Adcock, TN Mother: Helen Smith, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #8929, Putnam Co., TN (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Sparta, White Co., TN: Dwl: Perry J. Adcock is head of household, 35 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Pool Room Manager, md 13 yrs. to Helen, 32 yrs. old, TN, 5 children born, 4 children living. Children: Clarence, 8 yrs. old; James, 6 yrs. old; Bula P., 4 yrs. old & Willie E. Adock, 1 3/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Ruby Ann (Jared) Young, 76 died Monday, December 26 in the Hillview Hospital in Fulton, KY. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday, December 28 at 2 at the First United Methodist Church with burial in Highland Cemetery. Bro. Steve Smith officiated. She is survived by 1 daughter Mrs. Andrew Nelson of Fulton, KY; 3 sisters, Viona Warren of Cookeville, Lillian Talley of Watertown, Marie Sostock of Detroit, MI; 2 brothers, Hubert Jared of Baxter and L. P.Jared of Baxter, 2 grandchildren.

Hunter Funeral Home was in charge of funeral arrangements. Sparta Expo, Sparta, TN: 3 January 1984, pg. 8. James Haskell Adcock Obt. b. 4 October 1904, Sparta, TN ­d. 14 August 1935, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, s/o James Perry Adcock & Helen Abigail Smith. (Woodmen of the World Memorial marker). *See James Perry Adcock Obt. *See Clarence Perry " Tight Eye"Adcock buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. James Haskell Adcock b. -----, TN d. 14 Aug 1935 Age: 30y 10m 10d Father: Perry Adcock, TN Mother: Helen Smith, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #18407, Putnam Co., TN James H. Adcock Dies at Home Here: James Haskell Adcock, 31 years of age, died at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Adcock Wednesday afternoon in Cookeville. He had been in failing health for several months and seriously ill for about six weeks. He was born in Spartam but had resided in Cookeville about eight years. Before becoming incapacitated by illness he had been engaged as a truck driver. He was a member of the Church of Christ and was well thought of by all friends and acquaintances. Besides his parents he is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Oliver Lynch, Mrs. Herman Phy and Mrs. Coe Pruitt, and one brother, Willie Edgar Adcock, all of Cookeville. Funeral services were held at the home of this (Thursday) afternoon by Rev. Dan A. Enson, followed by interment in the city cemetery. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 15 August 1935. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Sparta, White Co., TN: Dwl: Perry J. Adcock is head of household, 35 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Pool Room Manager, md 13 yrs. to Helen, 32 yrs. old, TN, 5 children born, 4 children living. Children: Clarence, 8 yrs. old; James, 6 yrs. old; Bula P., 4 yrs. old & Willie Edgar Adcock, 1 3/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). James Perry Adcock Obt. b. 1873, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 1942, md on the 4th of June 1898, Jackson Co., TN to Helen Abigail (Smith) Adcock, b. 1878, TN ­ d. 1962. James Perry Adcock, s/o Issac Francis Adcock & Emaline Buck. *See Clarence Perry " Tight Eye"Adcock buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See James Haskell Adcock buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 473: Perry Adcock married 4 June 1898, Jackson Co., TN to Helen Smith). Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Whitson Funeral Chapel in Cookeville for James Perry Adcock, 68, retired farmer, who died Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Oliver Lynch in Cookeville. Elder W. C. Cooke, Sr., pastor of the Church of Christ, conducted the service.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Helen Smith Adcock; three daughters, Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. Coe Prewitt of Clarksville and Mrs. Herman Phy of Detroit; a son, W. E. Adcock of Cookeville, and a sister, Mrs. D. Mabe of Alexandria. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 26 February 1942. James Perry Adcock b. 26 May 1873, Jackson Co., TN d. 22 Feb 1942 Father: Issac Francis Adcock, Jackson Co., TN Mother: Emaline Buck, Jackson Co., TN Spouse: Helen Smith Adcock City Cemetery Putnam DC #3617 Census Place: 1880 District 8, Jackson Co., Tennessee Source: FHL Film 1255264 National Archives Film T9-1264 Page 215D Dwl: 335 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Isaac ADCOCK Self M M W 30 TN Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN Emiline ADCOCK Wife F M W 31 TN Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN William A. ADCOCK Son M S W 9 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN James P. ADCOCK Son M S W 8 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Jane ADCOCK Dau F S W 6 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Martha ADCOCK Other F S W 5 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Martha ADCOCK Dau F S W 4 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Preston ADCOCK Son M S W 2 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN (1900 census Sparta, White Co., TN: Dwl: 57 ­Isaac Adcock is head of household, 50 yrs. old, b. May 1850, TN, Occupation: Blacksmith md 27 yrs. to Emiline, 51 yrs. old, .b April 1849, TN, 7 children born, 7 children living. Children: Jane, 26 yrs. old, b. January 1874; Preston, 21 yrs. old, b. August 1879; Lavina, 19 yrs. old, b. February 1881 & Dayton Adcock, 17 yrs. old, b. April 1883. All born in TN). (1900 census Sparta, White Co., TN: Dwl: 58 ­James P. Adcock is head of household, 27 yrs. old, b. May 1873, TN, Occupation: Day Labor, Spoke Factory md 2 yrs. to Helen, 22 yrs. old, b November 1877, TN, 1 child born, 1 child living. Child: not listed in census). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Sparta, White Co., TN: Dwl: Perry J. Adcock is head of household, 35 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Pool Room Manager, md 13 yrs. to Helen, 32 yrs. old, TN, 5 children born, 4 children living. Children: Clarence, 8 yrs. old; James, 6 yrs. old; Bula P., 4 yrs. old & Willie E. Adock, 1 3/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Mary Lee (Kendrick) Adcock Obt. b. 2 February 1863, Roane Co., TN ­ d. 26 March 1931, Nashville, Davidson Co., TN, md on the 1st of January 1885, Van Buren, TN to Beauregard G. Adcock, b. 21 September 1861, DeKalb Co., TN ­ d. 4 February 1936, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, s/o of Capt. Perry Adcock (Confederate Army) & Mary Wynn. Mary Lee (Kendrick) Adcock, d/o Enoch J. Kendrick & Eliza Owings.

*See Beauregard G. Adcock Obt. Mrs. Lee K. Adcock Answers Last Call: Former Cookeville Teacher Succumbs At Nashville Hospital: The entire community was saddened and grieved when news of the death of Mrs. Lee K. Adcock, at a Nashville hospital came to friends in Cookeville last Thursday, at the age of 68. She had entered the hospital for an operation only a few days before, optimistic of an early recovery and return to her home in West Palm Beach, FL. The remains were brought to her old home, Cookeville, where a very impressive and solemn funeral service was conducted at the Church of Christ on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. by Elders O. H. Tallman, J. Pettey Ezell, and J. D. Gunn, the latter a friend of the family during the time they lived in Sparta. The floral emblems were profuse and told in a mute way of the love and esteem in which Mrs. Adcock was held. The remains were laid to rest in that silent city of the dead, the beautiful Cookeville cemetery, there to await the resurrection of those " whose works do follow after them." Besides her husband, B. G. Adcock, she is survived by the following children: M. K. Adcock of West Palm Beach; Mrs. David C. Lee of Nasvhille; Mrs. W. L. Weir of Oklahoma City; Mrs. Thurman Whitson and Mrs. R. L. Maddux of Cookeville; and five sisters, Mrs. M. B. Payne and Mrs. L. H. Montgomery of Nashville; and Misses Nan and Lummie Kendrick of West Palm Beach. Lee Kendrick Adcock was born in Roane county, and early in youth chose teaching as her life' work. She s had been a member of the faculty of the Sparta city schools, but her greatest work was as a teacher for twenty years or more, in the Cookeville city schools, where hundreds, now grown are proud of the fact that they were her pupils, and many are glad to count her as the moulder and developer of their lives and character to their children. She had a natural capacity to train children, as is best shown by the four splended daughters and one son left to revere her memory. She did not confine her teaching to mere text books, but exerted a wonderful influence for good on the lives of all with whom she came in contact, and her voice was always on the side of sober, righteous living. She found time, in connection with her busy life as a teacher, to take an active part in the movement for temperance, as a member of the W.C.T.U., and organized the first Parent-Teacher chapter in Cookeville, retaining her interest in it until she moved to Florida some years ago. Her greatest devotion, however, was shown in her zeal for the church, of which she had been a consecrated member from the age of 14. Loving others as she did, it is no wonder that she was beloved by all, and her going away will leave an empty place that none can fill. Her faith in the promises of her Master was sublime, and in truth she could well say " Lord is My Shepherd." The It is a grand thing, to live a life of unselfish service and devotion to family, friends and even the world, like that of Lee K. Adcock. It is a consolation beyond expression that those of her family circle left behind may have in the knowledge that her life has been well spent, and they may in all sincerity exclaim, as did the prophet of old, " Blessed be the name of the Lord." Sad, yes, but it is a pleasure to be able to say a final tribute of love and respect to so great and so good a woman. The Whitson Funeral Home was in charge. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 2 April 1931 (Source: Cookeville City Cemetery Walk presented by The Cookeville Museum, Sept. 2012): Mary Lee Kendrick Adcock was born February 2, 1863, in Roane County, Tennessee. Early in her youth, she realized that she wanted to be a school teacher. Her teaching career started as a meber of the faculty of the Sparta, Tennessee city schools. Her greatest work as a teacher was in the Cookeville city schools, where she taught for over twenty years. She had a natural capacity to train children. Former students were proud to count her as a molder and developer of their young lives. " Lee"married Beauregard G. Adcock. Beauregard was a lawyer who was a member of the State Senate from the Ninth Senatorial District for one

term. After moving from Smithville, he and Lee lived in Sparta for a number of years where he practiced law and she taught school. In 1905, the Adcocks moved to Cookeville. Lee continued her school teaching but did not confine her teaching to just text books. Her voice not only spoke of reading, writing and arithmetic, but also of sober and righteous living. Her life was a busy one and in addition to her classroom activities she took an active part in the temperance movement, was an active church member, and organized the first Parent/Teacher Chapter in Cookeville. Mrs. Adcock died March 26, 1931, leaving behind her husband and five children. Researchers: Linda Henderson and Pamela Philpot. Script: Museum staff. Actress: Virginia Lovellette. Milburn Kendrick Adock Obt. b. 12 October 1887, Smithville, TN ­ d. 5 May 1955, Atlanta, GA, s/o Beauregard G. Adcock & Mary Lee Kendrick. *See Beauregard G. Adcock Obt. *See Mary Lee (Kendrick) Adcock Obt. *See Lorelle Cornelia (Adcock) Maddux Obt. *See Harvey Thurman Whitson Obt. Milburn Kendrick Adcock, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Adcock, passed away in Atlanta, GA, at the Veteran' Hospital, May 5. s Funeral services were held for him on Monday, May 7, at the home of his sister, Mrs. Robert Lee Maddux, and Mrs. Maddux, in Cookeville, conducted by Elder A. S. Landiss. Burial was in the Cookeville City cemetery. Mr. Adcock was born in Smithville, October 12, 1887. A graduate of Branham and Hughes School, Spring Hill, he obtained his law degree from Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, IN. For several years, he practiced his profession, but was forced to discontinue if on accounty of ill health. He was a member of the editorial staff of West Publishing Company of St. Paul, MI, and assisted in compiling for publication legal documents from Supreme Court cases. He was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors are four sisters: Mrs. W. L. Weir of Oklahoma City, OK, Mrs. D. C. Lee of Washington, D. C., Mrs. Harvey Thurman Whitson and Mrs. Robert Lee Maddux of Cookeville. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 11 May 1944. Robert " Bob"William Adermann Obt. b. 6 October 1939, Niagara Falls, NY ­d. 8 August 2001, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md Susan (White) Aldermann. Robert William Adermann, s/o William Fredrick Adermann & Julia Cecula. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Staff Sgt. Robert William Adermann, retired, 71, will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12, from the chapel of Cookeville Funeral Home. Interment will be in the Cookeville Cemetery with full military honors. Family will receive friends from 4-8 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 11, and again Friday from 11 a.m. until time of services at the funeral home. Staff Sgt. Adermann passed away Monday, Aug. 8, 2011, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Bob, as most knew him, was born October 6, 1939, in Niagara Falls, N. Y., to the late William Fredrick Adermann and Julia Cecula Adermann. Staff Sgt. Adermann joined the U.S. Marine Corps at age 18 serving his country from 1958 until 1961. While attending college from 1961 until 1963, he joined the U.S. Marine Corps Reserve. In 1963, he reentered the U.S. Marine Corps serving his country for four more years. During his active duty, Staff Sgt. Adermann served three tours of duty in Vietnam receiving three Purple Hearts and the Bronze Star with Valor. He was a member of the reconnaissance unit of the 3rd Marine Division, 9th Regiment.

He was a member, honorary member or lifetime member of numerous associations and organizations. He was most committed to the Marine Corps Association, 3rd Recon Association, Marine Corps Heritage Foundation, American Legion and the National Rifle Association. He donated to such charities as the Boy Scouts of America, and St Jude's Hospital. Staff Sgt. Adermann was a sniper in the Marine Corps and remained a firearms expert in his civilian life, teaching his skills in weaponry and self-defense to individuals, FBI, TBI, officers of Cookeville Police and Putnam County Sheriff Department. Cookeville City Police and their SWAT Teams frequently use his rifle range for their training and practice. The shooting portion of the Cookeville Police Department's, as well as Nashville Tech's classes in handgun safety are also held at Bob's range. His family includes wife of 44 years, Susan White Adermann of Cookeville; two sons and daughters-inlaw, Matt and Christine Adermann of Swansea, Mass. and Mark and Shelia Adermann of Cookeville; a sister, Judi Newbury of Bull Shoals, Ark.; a brother and sister-in-law, Bill and Sandy Adermann of Fla.; a brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Jason and Patricia White of Las Vegas, Nev.; and numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Staff Sgt. Adermann was preceded in death by a sister, Elizabeth Ann DeKoning. Pallbearers will be the Marine Corp Reserves. Honaray pallbearers will be sons Matt and Mark Adermann as well as Ken Sircy, Dr. Sullivan Smith, Alan Straughn and Scott Howard. The family requests donations be made to the Disabled American Veterans, P.O. Box 14301, Cincinnati, Ohio 45250-0301; and/or the Boy Scouts of America National Council, P.O. Box 152079, Irving, Texas 75015-2079; or a charity of the donor's choice. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.cookevillefuneralhome.com Cookeville Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: 10 August 2011 Erwin B. Agee b. 27 October 1895 ­d. 22 August 1971, (TN Cpl Co C 105 Fld Signal BN WWI), md Mai (Bush) Agee, b. 30 November 1904, Smith Co., TN ­d. 31 December 1980, Nashville, TN, d/o Frank Cheatham Bush & Esther " Etta"M. Vanderpool. *See Jerry Floyd Agee Obt. *See Mai (Bush) Agee Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: ERWIN AGEE Birth: 27 Oct 1895- Death: Aug 1971­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 412-20-3783, TN) Jerry Floyd Agee Obt. b. 12 May 1925, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 22 September 2000, Algood, TN, (SK3 Navy WWII). (Mason). *See Erwin B. Agee buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mai (Bush) Agee Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Jerry Floyd Agee, 75, of Cookeville will be held at 3 p.m. today, Sept. 24, at Cookeville City Cemetery with military honors provided by a veterans honor guard from American Legion Post 135, VFW Post 6277 and VVA Chapter 741 in Cookeville.

The family will receive friends from 1 until 2:40 p.m. today at Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home. Services will begin at 3 p.m. at the grave site. Mr. Agee died on Friday, Sept. 22, 2000, at Masters Health Care Center in Algood. He was born May 12, 1925 in Putnam County to the late Erwin B. and Mai Bush Agee. He was a member of Cookeville First Baptist Church. He was a graduate of Tennessee Technological University and was in the American Legion. He was a Mason with the Jere Baxter Masonic Lodge F&AM 742 in Nashville. Mr. Agee was a Navy veteran of WW II (SK3) and a retired accountant with the State of Tennessee. His loved ones include Roger and Mary Jean Burke of Cookeville; Sherry and Roy Henderson of Lebanon, Stephanie and Ken Reedze and Nicholas Reedze, all of Colorado Springs, Colo., Martha and Bob Nemer, Matt and Jake Nemer, all of Nashville, and Angela Lutzker of Los Angeles, Calif. Active pallbearers will be Hoke White, Jerry White, Roy Henderson, Verble Carrington, Dr. Jeff Dyer, Sterling McCanless, Robert Thurman and Luther Mathis. Honorary pallbearers will be Toby Warback, Kelly Ensor, Walter Drake, Ken Reedze and Frank Vanderpool. Dr. Wallace Prescott will officiate at the services. Published September 23, 2000 4:56 PM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Mai (Bush) Agee Obt. b. 30 November 1904, Smith Co., TN ­ d. 31 December 1980, Nashville, TN, md Erwin B. Agee, b. 27 October 1895 ­d. 22 August 1971 (TN Cpl Co C 105 Fld Signal BN WWI). Mai (Bush) Agee, d/o Frank Cheatham Bush & Esther " Etta"M. Vanderpool. *See Erwin B. Agee buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Etta M. (Vanderpool) Bush buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE ­Mrs. Mai Bush Agee, 76, died December 31, 1980, in Vanderbilt Hospital, Nashville. Born November 30, 1904, in Smith County, she was the daughter of the late Frank C. and Etta Vanderpool Bush and the widow of the late Erwin B. Agee. She is survived by sons Jerry F. Agee of Nashville and Roger Burke Agee; one sister, Mrs. Ann ___ of Van Nuys, California, and one brother, James W. Bush also of Van Nuys; three grandchildren; one niece, Mrs. Martha Case Evans, and a nephew, Melvin Case, both of Cookeville. Funeral services were to be held at 3 p.m., Friday, Jan. 2, 1981, at the chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home with Dr. Gerald Stow officiating. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Active pallbearers were Hoke White, Dr. Jeff Dyer, Howard Abernathy, Frank Vanderpool and Paul Jackson. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: 2 January1981 Effie Roberta (Hachenberg) Albrecht

b. 22 November 1917, Mitchell Co., KS ­ d. 11 September 2009, Cookeville, TN, md Harold August Albrecht, b. 18 August 1911, Osborne Co., KS ­d. 9 December 2002, s/o George Christian Albrecht & Katharina Maria " Mamie"Pottberg. Effie Roberta (Hachenberg) Albrecht, d/o Joseph Hachenberg & Blanche Stewart. *See Harold August Albrecht Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Effie Roberta Albrecht, 91, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 14, at Heavenly Host Lutheran Church in Cookeville. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-6 p.m. today, Sunday, Sept. 13, at the Cookeville Chapel of HooperHuddleston & Horner Funeral Home and from 10 a.m. until time of services on Monday at the church. Mrs. Albrecht died Friday, Sept. 11, 2009, in NHC Healthcare of Cookeville. She was born Nov. 22, 1917, in Mitchell County, Kan., to the late Joseph and Blanche Stewart Hachenberg. Mrs. Albrecht was a homemaker, first on a Kansas farm and then in Manhattan, Kan., raising four children. She was actively involved in the First Lutheran Church in Manhattan and became a member of Heavenly Host Lutheran Church upon moving to Cookeville in 1997. She enjoyed singing and often sang solos in school and in her church in Kansas. Mrs. Albrecht was an accomplished painter, capturing many landscape and other memorable images from her life. She was a detailed genealogist, recording family roots back to Europe, and was an active member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR). Her family includes a sister and brother-in-law, Jean and Roy Albrecht of Stockton, Calif.; a daughter, Joyce Yatsook of Grandview, Mo.; two sons and daughters-in-law, Harold and Betty Albrecht of FuquayVarina, N.C., and Joe and Connie Albrecht of Cookeville; seven grandchildren, Scott, Todd and Eric Yatsook, Shawn Martinez, Jay Albrecht, Paulette Hill and Beth Ann Albrecht; and six great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 66 years, Harold Albrecht, formerly of Manhattan and Cookeville; two sisters, Avis Hook and Bernice Bruce, both of Kansas; a son, Dennis Albrecht of Missouri; and a granddaughter, Paula Kaplan of Missouri. Pallbearers will be sons Harold and Joe Albrecht and grandsons Scott, Todd and Eric Yatsook and Jay Albrecht. Memorial donations may be made to Heavenly Host Lutheran Church Endowment Fund, 777 South Willow Avenue, Cookeville, TN 38501. Rev. Roger Paavola will officiate at the services. Please share your thoughts and memories at www.hhhfunerals.com, (931) 526-6111. Sunday, Sep 13, 2009: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Harold August Albrecht Obt. b. 18 August 1911, Osborne Co., KS ­ d. 9 December 2002, Cookeville, TN, md Effie Roberta (Hachenberg) Albrecht, b. 22 November 1917, Mitchell Co., KS ­ d. 11 September 2009, Cookeville, TN, d/o Joseph Hachenberg & Blanche Stewart. Harold August Albrecht, s/o George Christian Albrecht & Katharina Maria " Mamie"Pottberg. *See Effie Roberta (Hachenberg) Albrecht Obt.

COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Harold August Albrecht, 91, of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow, December 11, at Heavenly Host Lutheran Church in Cookeville. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetary. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. today, December 10, at the Cookeville chapel of HooperHuddleston & Horner Funeral Home, and from 10-11 a.m. Wednesday, December 11, at Heavenly Host Lutheran Church. Mr. Albrecht died on Monday, December 9, 2002, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born August 18, 1911, in Osborne County, Kansas, to the late George Christian and Katharina Maria (Mamie) Pottberg Albrecht. Mr. Albrecht was a farmer before joining Hardman Lumber Company in Manhattan, Kansas, from where he retired as the facility manager after 26 years of service. He was actively involved in the First Lutheran Church in Manhattan, and became a member of Heavenly Host Lutheran Church upon moving to Cookeville in 1997. Before moving to Cookeville, he sang in the church choir for nearly 70 years, and served on the church council. He was also a member of the Manhattan (Kan.) Lion's Club, the Manhattan (Kan.) Elk's Club, the Kansas State University Booster Club and the Stag Hill Golf Club for many years. His family includes his wife of 66 years, Roberta Hachenberg Albrecht of Cookeville; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Harold R. and Betty Albrecht of Fuquay-Varina, N.C., Joseph " Joe"and Connie Albrecht of Cookeville, Dennis Albrecht of Highlandville, Mo.; a daughter, Joyce Yatsook of Grandview, Mo.; eight grandchildren, Scott, Todd and Eric Yatsook, Paula Kaplan, Shawn Martinez, Jay Albrecht, Paulette Hill and Beth Ann Albrecht; and six great-grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was preceeded in death by two brothers, Louis Albrecht of Osborne County, Kansas, and John Albrecht of Beloit, Kansas; and two sisters, Selma Hobble and Clara Albrecht, both of Downs, Kansas. Pallbearers will be sons Harold, Joe and Dennis Albrecht, and grandsons Todd and Eric Yatsook and Jay Albrecht. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Heavenly Host Lutheran Church building fund at 777 S. Willow Ave., Cookeville, TN 38501. Rev. Roger Paavola will officiate at the services. Published December 10, 2002 12:10 PM CST : Herald- Citizen, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Bessie Alcorn Obt. b. 12 November 1884, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 14 July 1961, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, d/o General George Washington Alcorn & Nancy Josephine Garner. *See General " Gennings"" George"Washington Alcorn Obt. *See Nancy Josephine (Garner) Alcorn Obt. *See Fletcher Davis Bly Obt. Funeral services for Miss Bessie Alcorn, 76, were Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Rev. Hall Barrett, Dr. Charles Sharpe ministers of the Presbyterian Church officiated. Burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery.

Miss Alcorn, ill for many months, died Friday at the Cookeville General Hospital. A native of Putnam County she had spent the greater part of her life in Cookeville. A member of pioneer families she was the daughter of the late George W. and Josephine Garner Alcorn, and was a retired teacher. She taught in the local schools, in Florida and for some years was located in Williams, Arizona. Following her retirement she divided her time here and in Pasadena, California. She returned from the latter city more than a year ago and was at home on E. 6th Street. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church. Miss Alcorn is survived by three sisters, Mrs. C. N. Gracey, Mrs. Fred Luck, Cookeville, Mrs. Fletcher Bly, Pasadena, CA; two brothers, Felix Alcorn, Holbrook, AZ & Robert Alcorn, Chattahoochee, FL. Serving as pallbearers were Judge John Holladay, James A. Carlen of Cookeville and the nephews, Edward Gracey, Donelson, Fletcher Luck, Lafayette, Bob Alcorn, Chattahoochee, FL & Howard Hale, Kingsport. The Cookeville Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: Tuesday, 18 July 1961. Douglas L. Alcorn b. 19 March 1929 ­d. 6 June 1982. Fitzhugh Lee Alcorn Obt. b. 17 September 1896, TN ­d. 17 February 1962, MI, md on the 23rd of September 1914, Putnam Co., TN to Ethel May (Huddleston) Alcorn, b. 15 December 1895 - d. 1972, both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Ethel May (Huddleston) Alcorn, d/o John B. Huddleston & Mary Elvira Maxwell. Fitzhugh Lee Alcorn is the son of Robert Lee Alcorn (1866- 1946) & Josephine " Josie"Jones (1871-1954). Buried next to them is their daughter Katie Jean Alcorn, b. 28 July 1931 ­d. 18 April 1967. *See Herbert Lee Alcorn Obt. *See Glen Darmon Alcorn Obt. *See Walter Jones Alcorn Obt. *See John B. Huddleston Obt. *See Roberta (Alcorn) Moss Obt. in the Buffalo Valley in the News files. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 234, #931: Mr. Lee Alcorn married 23 September 1914, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Ethel Huddleston. By whom married S. E. Anderson, Justice of the Peace). Funeral services for Lee Alcorn, a native Putnam Countian, are tentatively set for today; pending the arrival of 2 sons in military services. Mr. Alcorn was a brother of Mrs. H. A. Garner, Cookeville, T. D. Alcorn, Buffalo Valley, Herman Alcorn, Baxter, Fred Alcorn, Shelbyville, and Walter Alcorn, Clinton, MA. Citizen, TN: 20 February 1962 Fitzhugh Lee & Ethel May (Huddleston) Alcorn had eight children: Mary Josephine Alcorn, b. 29 Jul. 1915 ­ d. 17 Sept. 1969 md Woodrow Bartlett; Hubert Lee Alcorn, b. 2 Jun. 1917 ­ d. 25 May 1959 md Ellen Fields; John Robert Alcorn, b. 24 Aug. 1920 ­d. 4 Sept. 1962 md Lola Naomi Webb; Ruth Mae Alcorn, b. 20 Jan. 1922 ­d. 31 Aug. 1984 md 1st Fred Price ­md 2nd Fowler Julian; Willie Roberta Alcorn, b. 17 Feb. 1926 md Carson Tyler Moss; Katie Jean Alcorn, b. 28 Jul 1931 ­d. 18 Apr. 1967; Walter James Alcorn, b. Oct. 1935 md 1st Jeanette ­md 2nd Mary Jo Ann; & Allen Bryon Alcorn, b. 26 Mar. 1940 ­d. Jul. 1986 md Carol Lowe.

(1900 census, 9th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 167 ­Robert L. Alcorn is head of household, 33 yrs. old, b. August 1866, TN md 11 yrs. to Josie, 28 yrs. old, b. March 1872, TN, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Hattie, 10 yrs. old, b. June 1889; Fred, 8 yrs. old, b. May 1892; Claton, 6 yrs. old, b. August 1893; Lee, 4 yrs. old, b. September 1895 & Bradley Alcorn, 2 yrs. old, b. October 1897. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Minnie Reynolds, servant, 17 yrs. old, b. January 1883, TN). (1910 census, 9th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 47 ­Robert L. Alcorn is head of household, 43 yrs. old, TN md 22 yrs. to Josephine, 39 yrs. old, TN, 8 children born, 8 children living. Children: Hattie A., 20 yrs. old; Robert F., 18 yrs. old; Clayton E., 15 yrs. old; Fithugh L., 13 yrs. old; William B., 11 yrs. old; Walter J., 9 yrs. old; Therman D., 6 yrs. old & Herman Alcorn, 2 yrs. old. All born in TN) (1920 census, 9th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 48 ­Robert L. Alcorn is head of household, 56 yrs. old md to Josephine, 48 yrs. old, TN. Children: Hattie, 29 yrs. old, Willie B., 20 yrs. old; Walter, 19 yrs. old, Therman, 17 yrs. old & Herman Alcorn, 11 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census, 9th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 49 ­Fitzhugh L. Alcorn is head of household, 23 yrs. old, TN md to Ethel, 24 yrs. old, TN. Children: Mary, 4 6/12 yrs. old, TN & Hubert Alcorn, 2+ yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Able V. Alcorn, uncle, 48 yrs. old, TN & Troy Smith, servant, 18 yrs. old, TN). (1930 census, 9th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 48 ­Fitzhugh L. Alcorn is head of household, 33 yrs. old, TN (18 yrs. old 1st marriage) md to Ethel, 34 yrs. old, TN (18 yrs. old 1st marriage). Children: Mary, 14 yrs. old; Hubert, 12 yrs. old; J. R., 9 yrs. old; Ruth, 7 yrs. old & Roberta Alcorn, 4+ yrs. old. All born in TN). General " Gennings"" George"Washington Alcorn Obt. b. 22 April 1861, Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 22 June 1935, Cookeville, TN, md 11th of January 1883 to Nancy Josephine (Garner) Alcorn, b. 3 October 1861, Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 11 March 1954, Putnam Co., TN, d/o John Garner & Sarah Merritt. General Washington Alcorn, s/o Robert Simpson Alcorn Sr. & Martha J. Exum McGinnis. *See Nancy Josephine (Garner) Alcorn Obt. *See Bessie Alcorn buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Fletcher Davis Bly Obt. *See Charles N. Gracey Obt. Prominent Putnam Countian Dies: G. W. " General"Alcorn, 74, Marshal of the Tennessee Court under the late chief justice Mr. Landsen, died June 22, 1935 at his home in Cookeville following a stroke of paralysis some months ago. " General" Alcorn was one of Putnam County' most prominent citizens and had served almost s continuously in one capacity or another as an officer of the law since 1928. He enjoyed a wide acquaintance and prominent family connection among whom was the late F. P. McGinness, a half-brother, of Carthage. Burial was made with Masonic honors, after services had been held by Rev. Dean Stroud and Rev. Dow A. Ensor. Carthage Courier, Smith Co., TN: 27 June 1935, front page. General Alcorn Well Known Citizen Dies Saturday: Held the Office of Sheriff of Putnam County for 8 years, was Supreme Marshal.

G. W. Alcorn died Saturday at his home in this city following another paralytic stroke. George Washington Alcorn was born in Buffalo Valley. He was the son of Esq. Robert S. Alcorn. Nicknamed " General" because of his name. He married Miss Josephine Garner and they had 7 children, Mrs. Lela Gracey of Cookeville, Mrs. Mamie Watson, Mrs. Georgia Bly, Miss Bessie Alcorn and Felix Alcorn, all of Williams, AZ, Mrs. Willis Luck of Watertown and Robert L. Alcorn of Panama City, FL, and 2 brothers, R. L. Alcron and A. V. Alcorn of Buffalo Valley. Funeral at family residence on Washington Ave. Burial in City Cemetery. Herald, Cookeville, 27 June 1935, front page. Note: General Alcorn was sheriff of Putnam County from 1896 to 1900. He later became Chief of Police of Cookeville. The Alcorn home was on the corner of Washington and 6th Street in Cookeville. Courtesy Charlene Gracey. From Siftings from Putnam County Tennessee by Mary Hopson, pg. 159 Sheriff of Putnam Co., TN living in the 1st Civil Dist. in the 1900 census guarding 12 prisoners at Dwl: 517. (1870 census 9th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 36 ­R. S. Alcorn in head of household, 45 yrs. old, TN md to Martha, 38 yrs. old, TN. Children: George W., 9 yrs. old, TN; Albert S. F., 6 yrs. old, TN & Robert L. Alcorn, 3 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Felix P. McGinnis, 21 yrs. old, TN). Census Place: 1880 District 9, Putnam Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 172C Dwl: 195 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Robert S. ALCORN Self M M W 55 TN Occ: Dry Good Merchant Fa: TN Mo: TN Martha ALCORN Wife F M W 49 TN Occ: Tailor Fa: NC Mo: TN Gennings ALCORN Son M S W 19 TN Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN Albert S. ALCORN Son M S W 17 TN Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN Robert L. ALCORN Son M S W 13 TN Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN Able V. ALCORN Son M S W 8 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Malissa J. ALCORN Dau F S W 8 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Jefferson GARRET Nephew M S W 18 TN Occ: Works On Farm Fa: AL Mo: TN S. C. MCCARMAC Other M S W 22 TN Occ: Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN Sam VANHOOSER Other M S B 23 TN Occ: Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN Harriet LEAGUE Other F S B 18 TN Occ: Servant Fa: TN Mo: TN (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 517 - George W. Alcorn is head of household, 39 yrs. old, b. April 1861, TN, md 17 yrs. to Josi, 38 yrs. old, b. October 1861, TN, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Audra B., 15 yrs. old, b. November 1884; Pearl L. 13 yrs. old, b. September 1887; Mamie G., 11 yrs. old, b. August 1888; George A., 3 yrs. old,b. June 1891 & Willie M. Alcorn, 11 yrs. old, b. October 1895. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Catherine Ferrell, 56 yrs. old, b. September 1845, servant; Matilda Hall, 39 yrs. old; Daniel B. Nichols, 34 yrs. old, prisoner; Rowley Quinn, 21 yrs.

old, prisoner; John W. Tucker, 27 yrs. old, prisoner; Winton Johnson, 18 yrs. old, prisoner; Ben F. Scott, 41 yrs. old, prisoner; Jim Steward, 30 yrs. old, prisoner; Thomas Burton, 50 yrs. ol, prisoner d; James Neeley, 28 yrs. old, prisoner; James Shewberg, 16 yrs. old, prisoner; John Mackintire, 58 yrs. old, prisoner & Allie Hogan, 20 yrs. old, prisoner). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Spring Street, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 76 Family: 80 ­General W. Alcorn is head of household, 48 yrs. old, TN md 27 yrs. to Josie, 48 yrs. old, TN, 7 children born, 7 children living. Children: Bessie, 25 yrs. old, occupation teacher public school; Lela, 23 yrs. old, occupation teacher public school; Mamye, 21 yrs. old, occupation teacher public school; Georgia, 19 yrs. old; Willie M., 14 yrs. old; Felix, 9 yrs. old & Robert Alcorn, 5 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Washington Ave., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 614 Family: 239 - 272 ­George W. Alcorn is head of household, 58 yrs. old, TN md to Josie, 58 yrs. old, TN. Children: Bessie, 35 yrs. old; Mamie, 31 yrs. old; Willie, 24 yrs. old; Felix, 18 yrs. old & Robert Alcorn, 14 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Washington Ave., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 614-125-130 - George W. Alcorn is head of household, 68 yrs. old, TN (21 yrs. old 1st marriage) md to Josephine, 68 yrs. old, TN, (21 yrs. old 1st marriage). (1930 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 614 - George W. Alcorn is head of household, 68 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Police City, md to Josephine, 68 yrs. old, TN. Living in the household: Edna Marver, servant, 20 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Cook private family). Glen Darmon Alcorn Obt. b. 5 November 1950, Cookeville, TN ­ d. 23 March 2006, Nashville, TN, s/o Hubert Lee Alcorn & Maddie Ellen Fields. (Hubert Lee & Glen Darmon Alcorn share tombstone). *See Hubert Lee Alcorn Obt. *See Fitzhugh Lee Alcorn Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Glen Darmon Alcorn, 55, of Nashville and formerly of Cookeville will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 26, from the chapel of Hooper Huddleston Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 1-3 p.m. Sunday, March 26, at the funeral home. Mr. Alcorn died Thursday, March 23, 2006, in Nashville after a brief battle with cancer. He was born Nov. 5, 1950, in Cookeville to the late Hubert Lee and Madie Ellen Fields Alcorn. Mr. Alcorn was a maintenance associate with Burger King Corp. and a born-again Christian. His family includes two daughters and a son-in-law, Jennifer and James Franklin of Corsicana, Texas, and Brandi Alcorn of Nashville; three sons and a daughter-in-law, Richard Lee Alcorn, of Corsicana, Glen D. Jr. and Sherry Alcorn of Henderson, Texas, and Adam Glen Alcorn of Nashville; three sisters, Linda Millership of Knob Noster, Mo., Pamela Hosse of Smyrna and Pearl Haynes, of Charlotte, N.C.; two aunts, Edna Cowan of Algood and Maggie Lyles of Cookeville; eight grandchildren; four nieces; and three nephews. In addition to his parents, Mr. Alcorn was preceded in death by his stepfather, Jessie Richard Compton; infant brother Lee Alcorn; and grandparents Isaac Dillard and Maudie Lou Stout Fields and Fitzhugh Lee and Ethel Mae Huddleston Alcorn. Memorial contributions may be made to American Cancer Society.

Rev. Tom Lyles will officiate the services. Hooper Huddleston Horner Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Published March 25, 2006 4:06 PM CST : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Hurbert Lee Alcorn Obt. b. 2 June 1917, TN ­d. 25 May 1959, s/o Fitzhugh Lee Alcorn & Ethel Mae Huddleston. He married Maddie Ellen (Fields) Alcorn, b. 15 April 1922. (Hubert Lee & Glen Darmon Alcorn share tombstone). *See Firtzhugh Lee Alcorn Obt. *See Glen Darmon Alcorn Obt. Hurbert Alcorn Dies Unexpectedly: Hurbert Lee Alcorn, 41, died unexpectedly Monday afternoon May 25 at the home of a sister, Mrs. David Chadwell, Rt. 5, Silver Point. Funeral services were conducted Thursday morning at Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home with the Rev. Ernest Bennett and the Rev. William Huddleston of Sparta officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Alcorn was a native of Putnam County and a farmer. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Helen Fields Alcorn of Cookeville; a son, Glen Darman Alcorn, Cookeville; 2 daughters, Misses Linda Lois Alcorn and Tambetta Sue Alcorn of Cookeville; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Alcorn, Pontiac, MI; 3 brothers, J. R. Alcorn, James Walter Alcorn, with the USAF, Allen Alcorn, Great Lake, IL; 4 other sisters, Mrs. Woodrow Bartlett, Detroit, MI, Mrs. Carson Moss, Chattanooga, Miss Katie Alcorn, Pontiac, MI. Citizen, TN: Wednesday, 3 June 1959. (1920 census, 9th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 49 ­Fitzhugh L. Alcorn is head of household, 23 yrs. old, TN md to Ethel, 24 yrs. old, TN. Children: Mary, 4 6/12 yrs. old, TN & Hubert Alcorn, 2+ yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Able V. Alcorn, uncle, 48 yrs. old, TN & Troy Smith, servant, 18 yrs. old, TN). Herman Prettyman Alcorn Obt. b. 4 October 1907, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 16 November 1963, Putnam Co., TN, (Tenn PHM 3 USNR WWII), s/o Robert Lee Alcorn (1866-1946) & Josephine " Josie"Jones (1871-1954). Herman P. Alcorn md the 20th of February 1937, Putnam Co., TN to Lois (Julian) Alcorn. *See Lois (Julian) Alcorn Obt. *See Tommy " Tom"Ray Alcorn Obt. *See Walter Jones Alcorn Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Herman Alcorn married 20 February 1937, Putnam Co., TN, age 29, address: Buffalo Valley, TN to Lois Julian, age 29, address: Silver Point, TN, name of parent, guardian, or next of kin of female: W. J. Julian, Silver Point, TN). Funeral services for Herman P. Alcorn, 56, a resident of Rt. 2, Baxter, were held from the chapel of Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home on Monday November 18 with Rev. William James officiating. He died in the Cookeville General Hospital Saturday November 16, after a brief illness.

Mr. Alcorn was a native of Putnam County, the son of the late Robert L. and Josie Jones Alcron. He had been employed by the Putnam County Education System for a number of years and at the time of his death, was a teacher at Cookeville Central High School. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lois Julian Alcorn; 2 sons, John David and Tommy Alcorn of Baxter; sister, Mrs. Hattie Garner, Cookeville; 3 brothers, T. D. Alcorn, Buffalo Valley, Fred Alcorn, Shelbyville, Walter Alcorn, Lancaster, MA. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Citizen, TN: 19 November 1963 Howard Alcorn b. 23 June 1904 ­ d. 15 June 1964, md Maggie (Bryant) Alcorn, b. 29 June 1905 ­d. 16 June 1984, d/o General Bryant & Mary Ferrell. *See Maggie (Bryant) Alcorn Obt. `Gone But Not Forgotten' Ina Ray Alcorn b. 1 October 1910 ­d. 17 November 1991. (SS Death Index: Name: ALCORN, INA ­ Birth: 1 Oct 1910 -Death: 17 Nov 1991- Last Residence (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 409-44-2451, TN) Jimmie Fowler Alcorn b. 17 September 1943, Putnam Co., TN - d. 19 September 1943, s/o John " Jack" R. Alcorn & Lola Naomi Webb. *See John " Jack"R. Alcorn Obt. Jimmie Fowler Alcorn b. 17 Sep 1943, Putnam Co., TN d. 19 Sep 1943 Father: J. R. Alcorn, Putnam Co., TN Mother: Lola Naomi Webb, Putnam Co., TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #19865, Putnam Co., TN John Robert " Jack"Alcorn Obt. b. 24 August 1920, TN ­d. 4 September 1962, md on the 23rd of November 1942 to Lola Naomi (Webb) Alcorn. J. R. Alcorn, s/o Fitzhugh Lee Alcorn & Ethel Mae Huddleston. *See Jimmie Fowler Alcorn, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Fitzhugh Lee Alcorn Obt. News was received last week of the sudden death of J. R. Alcorn who resided in Chattanooga. He was the son of the late Lee Alcorn and Mrs. Alcorn. His body was returned to Cookeville for interment in City Cemetery on Saturday. Many friends and relatives from here were in Cookeville for the funeral which was held at the Church of God on Sparta Hwy., Saturday at 2:00. Herald, TN: Thursday, 13 September 1963, pg. 9. J. R. Alcorn Obt. #2: Jack R. Alcorn, 40, 1410 Dover Lane, veteran of US Air Force WWII, died in a local hospital Tuesday morning. Mr. Alcorn was rep for the A-W Products Co. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lola N. Alcorn; daughter, Miss Jacqueline Alcorn; 2 sons, Jerry Ronald and Harry Edward Alcorn, all of Chattanooga; mother, Mrs. Lee Alcorn, Pontiac, MI; 4 sisters, Miss Ruth Alcorn, Mrs. Roberta Moss, Charleston, SC, Mrs. Mary Bartlett, Romeo, MI, and Miss Katie Alcorn, Pontiac, MI; 2 brothers, James Walter Alcorn, USAF, Okinawa, and Allon B. Alcorn, US Navy, Guam.

Funeral arrangements to be announced. The body is at the J. Avery-Bryan Co. Chattanooga Times, TN: Wednesday, 5 September 1962. (1930 census, 9th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 48 ­Fitzhugh L. Alcorn is head of household, 33 yrs. old, TN (18 yrs. old 1st marriage) md to Ethel, 34 yrs. old, TN (18 yrs. old 1st marriage). Children: Mary, 14 yrs. old; Hubert, 12 yrs. old; J. R., 9 yrs. old; Ruth, 7 yrs. old & Roberta Alcorn, 4+ yrs. old. All born in TN). Katy Jean Alcorn b. 28 July 1931 ­d. 18 April 1967. Lois (Julian) Alcorn Obt. *See Herman Prettyman Alcorn Obt. BAXTER ­Funeral services for Lois Julian Alcorn, 85, of Baxter will be held Tuesday, March 16, at 2 p.m. in the Baxter Chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Alcorn was a homemaker. Her family includes two sons, John Alcorn of Rickman and Tom Alcorn of Lebanon; one sister, Anna Mai Smith of Silver Point; one brother, Dr. W. J. Julian of Knoxville, and one grandson, David Alcorn. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Herman " Jack"Alcorn; two sisters, Carolyn Julian and Jean Higgins, and four brothers, Earl, Will, Lloyd and Allen Julian. The family will receive friends after 3 p.m. today at the funeral home. Active pallbearers will be Bill and Jim Smith, Harold Bartlett, David Alcorn and Don Sparkman. Dr. Richard Diemer and Bro. Ernest Abston will officiate at the services. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 15 March 1993. Maggie (Bryant) Alcorn Obt. b. 29 June 1905, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 16 June 1984, md Howard Alcorn, b. 23 June 1904 ­ d. 15 June 1964. Maggie (Bryant) Alcorn, d/o General Bryant & Mary Ferrell. *See Howard Alcorn buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Maggie Alcorn, 78, of 701 E. 15th St., Cookeville, will be held Tues., June 19, at 2 p.m., in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Bro. A. J. Looper officiating. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Alcorn died Sat., June 16, 1984, at Masters Health Care Center in Algood. A native Putnam County, she was the daughter of the late General and Mary Ferrell Bryant. Her family includes three sons, James and Freddie Alcorn, both of Cookeville, and Lloyd Alcorn of Ohio; one brother, Hollis Bryant of Cookeville; one sister, Bertha Marlow of Baxter; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Margaret (Ernst) Alcorn Obt. b. 3 April 1909, NJ ­d. 7 May 1997, md on the 1st of July 1928 to Walter Jones Alcorn, b. 18 December 1900, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 3 January 1981, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Robert Lee Alcorn (1866-1946) & Josephine " Josie"Jones (1871-1954). *See Walter Jones Alcorn Obt. KINGSPORT ­Graveside services and burial for Margaret Ernst Alcorn, 88, of Kingsport will be held Mon., May 12, at 1 p.m. at the Cookeville City Cemetey in Cookeville. Friends may call anytime at Hamlett-Dodson Funeral Home in downtown Kingsport. Mrs. Alcorn died Wed., May 7, 1997, at Brookhaven Health Care Center. She was born in New Jersey and came to Kingsport at age 13 and graduated from Kingsport High School. Mrs. Alcorn was employed with Kingsport Press for several years. She resided in Clinton, Mass. For a number of years before moving to Cookeville, when her husband retired. She returned to Kingsport in 1985. Her family includes one sister, Lydia Crawford of Marietta, Ga.; one brother, Eugene G. Ernst of Kingsport; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband, Walter Alcorn; two sisters, Verowna Glass and Mildred Ernst; and one brother, Phil Ernst. Rev. David Eisenmenger will officiate at the services. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 11 May 1997. Nancy Josephine (Garner) Alcorn Obt. b. 3 October 1861, Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 11 March 1954, Putnam Co., TN, d/o John Garner & Sarah Merritt. Josephine md General Washington Alcorn, s/o Robert Simpson Alcorn Sr. & Martha J. Exum McGinnis. *See General " Gennings"" George"Washington Alcorn Obt. Mrs. G. W. Alcorn Funeral Rites Held: Mrs. Josephine Garner Alcorn, 92, died Thursday March 11 at her home on N. Washington Ave. after a prolonged illness. Mrs. Alcorn was a member of the Methodist Church and was the daughter of John H. and Sarah Garner. She was born near Buffalo Valley and lived in Putnam County all her life. Her husband, G. W. Alcorn, known throughout the county as " General"was sheriff of Putnam County for 16 years. He died in 1936. Mrs. Alcorn was the mother of a large, fine family. Her home was her throne. She kept a very interested and active mind and held a profound interest in local and world affairs. Flowers gathered from her garden have been a source of joy to many throughout the years. Funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon at the First Methodist Church. The Rev. Bruce Strother, pastor, officiated. Burial was in the City Cemetery. Whitson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Surviving are 2 sons, Felix Alcorn, Holbrook, AZ, Robert Alcorn, Chattahoochee, FL; 4 daughters, Mrs. F. D. Bly, Pasadena, CA, Mrs. C. N. Gracey, Mrs. Fred Luck, and Miss Bessie Alcorn, all of Cookeville; 11 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Herald, TN: 19 March 1954, pg. 2. Tommy " Tom"Ray Alcorn Obt. b. 1 December 1943, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 18 October 2005, md the 20th of May 1966, Putnam Co., TN to Joyce (Sparkman) Alcorn, b. 9 August 1943, d/o Kathleen Sparkman. Tommy " Tom"Ray Alcorn, s/o Herman " Jack"Prettyman Alcorn & Lois Julian. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 423: Tommy Ray Alcorn married 20 May 1966, Putnam Co., TN, age 22, b. 1 December 1943, address: Baxter, TN to Joyce Ann Sparkman, age 22, b. 9 August 1943, address: Baxter, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Kathleen Sparkman, mother, Baxter, TN). BAXTER -- Funeral services for Tommy " Tom"Ray Alcorn, 61, of Lebanon, formerly of Baxter, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 21, from the Baxter Chapel of Hooper Huddleston and Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 12-9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 20, and from 9 a.m. until time of services on Friday, at the funeral home. Mr. Alcorn died Tuesday, Oct. 18, 2005, in Saint Thomas Hospital. He was born December 1, 1943, in Putnam County to the late Herman (Jack) Prettyman and Lois Julian Alcorn. Mr. Alcorn was a graduate of the Putnam County School System and graduated from Tennessee Tech University in 1964 with a BS degree in business administration. He was a billing specialist with Emdeon, formerly WebMD, and previously worked as credit manager with Aladdin Industries for more than 30 years. Mr. Alcorn attended Leeville Church of Christ, and he served six years with the Tennessee National Guard. His family includes his wife of more than 39 years, Joyce Sparkman Alcorn (whom he married May 20, 1966); a son, David Alcorn of Nashville; a brother and sister-in-law, John and Betty Alcorn of Rickman; and his mother-in-law, Kathleen Sparkman of Baxter. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his father-in-law, Donald Sparkman. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Memorial donations may be made to the American Heart Association, American Diabetes Association or to the charity of your choice. Bros. Harold Parker and Dewayne Chaffin will officiate the services. Published October 19, 2005 10:27 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Walter Jones Alcorn Obt.

b. 18 December 1900, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 3 January 1981, Putnam Co., TN, md 1st of July 1928 to Margaret L. (Ernst) Alcorn, b. 3 April 1909, NJ ­d. 7 May 1997. Walter Jones Alcorn, s/o Robert Lee Alcorn (1866-1946) & Josephine " Josie"Jones (1871-1954). *See Fitzhugh Lee Alcorn Obt. *See Margaret (Ernst) Alcorn Obt. *See Hattie (Alcorn) Garner buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE - Funeral services for Walter J. Alcorn, 80, who died Friday night in Cookeville General Hospital, were today at 1 p.m. in the chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home with Rev. David G. Campbell officiating and burial following in the Cookeville City Cemetery. A retired printer, Mr. Alcorn was a Putnam County native and the son of the late Robert Lee and Josephine Jones Alcorn. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Margaret Ernest Alcorn, of Cookeville; one sister, Mrs. Hattie Garner of Cookeville; and several nieces and nephews. Pall bearers were Neil Alcorn Sr., Neil Alcorn, Jr., John Alcorn, Wheeler Boles, Tommy Alcorn, and Robert Alcorn. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: 5 January 1981. Wiley R. Alcorn b. 20 July 1900 ­d. 8 June 1978. (SS Death Index: Name: ALCORN, WILEY ­ Birth: 20 Jul 1900 -Death: Jun 1978- Last Residence (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 414-01-5408, TN) Emma Aldrich b. 17 July 1866 ­d. 7 March 1956 Frank Dibrell Alexander Obt. b. 30 June 1915, Nashville, TN ­d. 8 November 1993, md on the 28th of October 1938, Putnam Co., TN to Mary Minerva (Carlen) Alexander, b. 23 March 1917, TN ­ d. 28 March 2007, TN. Frank Dibrell Alexander, s/o Dr. KnoxAlexander & Emily Dibrell. *See Mary Minerva (Carlen) Alexander Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 23, docket 4, pg. 141: Frank D. Alexander married 28 October 1938, Putnam Co., TN to Mary M. Carlen, age 21, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian of next of kin of female: J. H. Carlen, Cookeville, TN). (SS Death Index: Name: FRANK D ALEXANDER Birth: 30 Jun 1915- Death: Nov 1993­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 408-18-5825, TN) Funeral services for Frank D. Alexander, 78, of Cookeville will be held Wednesday November 10 at 1:00 in the chapel of Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Alexander died Monday November 8, 1993 in Cookeville General Hospital. Born in Nashville, on June 30, 1915, he was the son of the late Dr. Knox and Emily Dibrell Alexander. Mr. Alexander was a retired Adjunct Professor at Tennessee Tech University and was a Lt. Commander of the Navy during WWII. His family includes his wife, Mary Carlen Alexander of Cookeville; 1 daughter, and son-- n-law, Emily and Bill Rummel of Cookeville; 1 son, Brad Alexander of Tampa, FL, and 2 grandsons, Alexander and Matthew Barney.

Active pallbearers will be W. T. " Bill"Ray, Jr., Jack Ray, Walter Hill Carlen, W. W. " Whit"Carlen, IV, W. B. " Chip"Carlen, Jr., and Jim Rose. Honorary pallbearers: members of the Backsliders Sunday School Class of First United Methodist Church, Jere B Whitson, Raymond Brown, Jean Hester, and Engineering Faculty and Staff Members. The family will receive friends from 7-9 tonight at the funeral home. Rev. Tom Smith and Rev. R. L. Freeman will officiate at the services. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Tuesday, 9 November 1993. Mary Minerva (Carlen) Alexander Obt. b. 23 March 1917, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 28 March 2007, Cookeville, TN, md on the 28th of October 1938, Putnam Co., TN to Frank Dibrell Alexander, b. 30 June 1915 ­ d. 8 November 1993. Mary Minerva (Carlen) Alexander, d/o Jess Herbert Carlen & Ethel Ray. *See Frank Dibrell Alexander Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Mary Carlen Alexander, 90, of Cookeville will be held Thursday, March 29, at 3 p.m. in the chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends today, Wednesday, March 28, from 5-8 p.m. at the funeral home. Mrs. Alexander died Wednesday, March 28, 2007, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born March 23, 1917, in Putnam County to the late Jesse Herbert and Ethel Ray Carlen. Mrs. Alexander was a homemaker and a lifetime member of First United Methodist Church. Her family includes her daughter and son-in-law, Emily and Bill Rummel of Cookeville; a son, Brad Alexander of Cookeville; and two grandchildren, Alexander and Matthew Barney. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Alexander was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Alexander, and her sister, Sue Carlen Lawrence. Pallbearers will be Jack and Bill Ray, W.W., W.H., W.B. (Chip) III and Whit Carlen, Wendell Long and Matthew Henson. Honorary pallbearers will be the "Mary Martha" Circle of First United Methodist Church. Memorial donations may be made to First United Methodist Church. Revs. Rebecca Larson and Jon Bell will officiate the services. Published March 28, 2007 11:17 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Alfred Algood b. 28 May 1855, TN ­d. 25 January 1925, s/o Joel Algood & Nancy Wilson Moore. He md Lula Payton (Williams) Algood, b. 12 November 1861, Louisville, KY ­ d. 1 June 1943, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Bailey Patton Williams & Virginia Sneed. Alfred Algood was a Methodist. He was elected Attorney General

1886, served 8 years. It has been stated in the DAR Cookeville City Cemetery GRC report that Lula P. (Williams) Algood was born in Louisville, KY, census records show she was born in TN. *See Joel Algood, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Lula Payton (Williams) Algood Obt. *See Virginia Wilson Algood buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Child of Alfred Algood & Lula Payton Williams: Mrs. Margaret Rosalind (Algood) Vaden. Grandchildren: Algood and Miss Polly Vaden of Cookeville, TN. Siblings of Lula Payton (Williams) Algood are: brothers, Charles Williams, Hugh and R. R. Williams of Louisville, KY; sisters, Miss Kate and Mrs. T. H. Morton of Louisville, KY. Alfred Algood b. 28 May 1855, TN d. 25 Jan 1925 Father: Joel Algood, NC Mother: N. W. Moore, TN Cookeville Putnam Co., TN DC #253, Putnam Co., TN Lula Payton Williams Algood b. 13 Nov 1861 d. 1 Jun 1943 Father: Bailey Payton Williams, Smith Co., TN Mother: Virginia Sneed, Smith Co., TN Spouse: Alfred Algood City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #12784, Putnam Co. TN (1860 census 1st Civil Dist., post office Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 83 ­Joel Algood is head of household, 52 yrs. old, NC md to Nancy, 41 yrs. old, TN. Children: Bettie, 21 yrs. old; Alfred, 5 yrs. old; Mary, 2 yrs. old & James 2/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 404 ­A. Algood is head of household, 45 yrs. old, b. May 1855, TN, (father born in NC, mother, TN), Occupation: Lawyer, md 8 yrs. to Lulu P., 34 yrs. old, b. November 1865, TN, 1 child born, 1 child living. Child: Virginia Algood, 2 yrs. old, b. June 1897, TN) (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 120 ­ Alfred Algood is head of household, 54 yrs. old, TN, (father born in NC, mother, TN), Occupation: Lawyer General Practice, md 17 yrs. to Lula P., 45 yrs. old, TN. Child: Margaret R. Algood, 8 yrs. old, KY) (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Spring St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 261 ­Alfred Algood is head of household, 64 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Lawyer General Practice, md to Lula, 57 yrs. old, TN. Child: Rosalind Algood, 18 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Kate Williams, sister, 30 yrs. old, single, TN). Dr. Henry Brooks Algood Obt. b. 13 April 1860, near Algood, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 23 December 1934, md on the 15th of October 1882 to Frances (Crutcher) Algood, b. 1861 ­ 1936, Atlanta, GA, d/o Joe W. Crutcher (1827-1878) & Mary Jane McKinney (1837-1911). Henry Brooks Algood was the s/o Joel Algood & Nancy Wilson Moore. The town of Algood was named for family. Frances (Crutcher) Algood was the sister of Mrs. Charles (Josephine) Burton. *See Joel Algood, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Josephine (Crutcher) Burton Obt. *See Joseph " Joe"W. Crutcher buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mary Jane (McKinney) Crutcher Obt. *See Dr. John Ballard Springs Martin buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

Henry Algood Dies Here Sunday After Lingering Illness ­ Beloved Cookeville Citizen, Active Church Worker, Druggist, Passes ­Service Held Monday. Funeral services for Henry Algood, 74, who died at his home here Sunday night after a protracted illness, were conducted at the Methodist Church Monday afternoon by the Rev. Dow A. Ensor, the Rev. H. M. Jarvis, and the Rev. H. W. Seay. Burial took place in the City Cemetery. Mr. Algood' death, although not unexpected, was a shock to his hundreds of s friends in Cookeville who had seen him slowly recuperate from a slight stroke of paralysis last year, following which he retired from the drug business. Henry Algood operated a drug store on the Square for fifty years, and was one of the city' most prominent citizens. s He was born April 13, 1860, the son of Joel and Julia Patterson Algood, near the present town of Algood, Tenn., the town getting its name from the family. Henry Algood was married to Miss Frances Crutcher on October 15, 1882, and she survives him. The Algoods moved to Cookeville about 1864 or 1865, and Henry joined the Methodist Church here when he was about seven years of age. He had been a faithful member of the church to the day of his death, and had taken an active part in church work. He served as treasurer of the Sunday school and church for about half a century. Kindly Nature: The church was presented with a placque this year commemorating the service and work of Henry Algood, and he was honored at a meeting of the Wesley Brotherhood early this year. Judge O. K. Holladay, a lifelong friend of Dr. Algood, said of him at that time: " wonderful traits of character possessed by the Henry Algood and practiced by him in his daily life have benefited all those with whom he has come in contact. His truthfulness, honesty, and fair dealings have never been questioned... " His character was thus known wherever he was known. He was a Mason and for many years was secretary of the local lodge. His drug store was first opened in a frame building on the square, and later a brick structure was built which housed his business, on the same spot. Active pallbearers at the funeral were Judge O. K. Holladay, Frank Collier, R. M. Greenwood, O. D. Massa, Charlie Stanton, Dr. Lex Dyer, E. H. Boyd, C. S. Jenkins, and Byrd Hudgens. Honorary pallbearers were Dave Wilhite, Mackie Shanks, Marchbanks, Sid Shaw, T. D. Ford, John B. Dow, J. W. Richardson, John Bryan, Kenneth Sidwell, Ezra Davis, Morgan Davis, Walter Whitson, Dr. Henry Martin, Waldo Bryant, Bob Lee Maddux, Brice Wright, Dr. W. A. Howard, Paul Dietz, John Mitchell, Zeb Barnes, Eugene Jared, Sam Holleman, Walter McClain. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: December 1934. (Source: Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Feb. 20, 1936: Frances (Crutcher) Algood Obt.) Services are set for later this week for Fannie Algood, widow of Dr. Henry Algood, who was Cookeville's druggist for 50 years before his death a year ago. Mrs. Algood, a lifelong Cookevillian, died of a heart attack while visiting a sister in Atlanta. Her body is being returned by train today for burial here.

A bronze plaque bearing her name and that of her late husband was placed last year in front of Cookeville Methodist Church, honoring them for their long service to the congregation. Dr. Henry Brooks Algood b. -----, TN d. 23 December 1934 Age: 73y 7m 10d Father: Joel Algood, TN Mother: Nancy Wilson Moore, TN Spouse: Mrs. Fannie Algood City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN DC #28796, Putnam Co., TN (1860 census 1st Civil Dist., post office Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 83 ­Joel Algood is head of household, 52 yrs. old, NC md to Nancy, 41 yrs. old, TN. Children: Bettie, 21 yrs. old; Alfred, 5 yrs. old; Mary, 2 yrs. old & James 2/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1870 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 7 ­N. W. Algood is head of household, 51 yrs. old, TN. Children: Alfred, 15 yrs. old; Mary, 12 yrs. old & Henry Algood, 10 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Jane Moore, 35 yrs. old, TN). (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 402 ­Henry Algood is head of household, 36 yrs. old, b. April 1864, TN, occupation: Druggist, md 18 yrs. to Fannie, 38 yrs. old, b. June 1862, TN. Living in the household is Mary Caruthers, mother-in-law, 61 yrs. old, b. December 1838, widow) (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 54 ­Henry Algood is head of household, 50 yrs. old, TN, occupation: Pharmacist Retail Drugstore md to Fannie, 48 yrs. old, TN. Living in the household is Mary J. Crutcher, mother-in-law, 70 yrs. old, widow) Joel Algood b. 25 February 1808, NC ­ d. 2 February 1861, md on the 26th of April 1848, Wilson Co., TN to Nancy Wilson (Moore) Algood, b. 25 February 1819, TN ­ d. 25 February 1897, both buried in the Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Louisa Jane " Jennie" Moore is the sister of Nancy Wilson (Moore) Algood living with in the household of Joel Algood in the 1870 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN at the age of 35. Nancy Wilson (Moore) Algood, d/o George D. Moore & Priscilla Drucilla Hearne. *See Alfred Algood buried in Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Dr. Henry Brooks Algood Obt. *See William Thomas Moore buried in Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Drucilla Dickson Moore buried in Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Wilson Co., TN, #73: Joel Algood married 26 April 1848, Wilson Co., TN to Nancy W. Moore (1860 census 1st Civil Dist., post office Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 83 ­Joel Algood is head of household, 52 yrs. old, NC md to Nancy, 41 yrs. old, TN. Children: Bettie, 21 yrs. old; Alfred, 5 yrs. old; Mary, 2 yrs. old & James 2/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1870 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 7 ­N. W. Algood is head of household, 51 yrs. old, TN Children: Alfred, 15 yrs. old; Mary, 12 yrs. old & Henry Algood, 10 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Jane Moore, 35 yrs.old, TN). Census Place: 1880 District 1, Putnam Co., Tennessee Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 77B Dwl: 15 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace N.W. ALGOOD Self F W W 60 TN

Occ: Keeping House Alfred ALGOODSon M Occ: Attorney At Law H.C. ALGOOD Son M Occ: Clerk In Store Jennie MOORE Sister F Occ: Housekeeping

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Lula Payton (Williams) Algood Obt. b. 12 November 1861, Louisville, KY ­ d. 1 June 1943, Putnam Co., TN, md Alfred Algood, b. 28 May 1855, TN ­ d. 25 January 1925, s/o Joel Algood & Nancy Wilson Moore. Lula Payton (Williams) Algood, d/o Bailey Patton Williams & Virginia Sneed. *See Alfred Algood buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Funeral services for Mrs. Lula Williams Algood were held at the Cookeville Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Algood died Monday night at the Cookeville Hospital following an illness of four years. A native of Louisville, KY, Mrs. Algood had made her home in Cookeville since her marriage a number of years ago to Alfred Algood, who was a prominent Cookeville attorney. Mr. Algood died several years ago. Prior to her illness Mrs. Algood was very active in the work of the Methodist Church. In charge of the services were the Rev. T. W. Mayhew, pastor of the Cookeville Methoidst Church, and the Rev. D. A. Ensor. Pallbearers were Algood Carlen, Walter Carlen, B. M. Greenwood, Herman Proffitt, Charles Stanton, John Holladay, Dr. W. A. Howard, and Frank Collier. Mrs. Algood is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Rosalind Algood Vaden, of Cookeville; two grandchildren, Algood Vaden, United States Army; Miss Polly Vaden, of Cookeville; three brothers, Charles Williams of London, England; Hugh and R. R. Williams of Louisville, KY, and two sisters, Miss Kate Williams and Mrs. T. Morton, Louisville. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 3 June 1943 Rettie Algood b. 18 March 1839 ­d. 25 July 1860. Virginia Wilson Algood b. 18 June 1897 ­d. 12 May 1902, d/o Alfred Algood & Lulu Payton Williams. *See Alfred Algood, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Lula Payton (Williams) Algood Obt. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 404 ­A. Algood is head of household, 45 yrs. old, b. May 1855, TN md 8 yrs. to Lulu P., 34 yrs. old, b. November 1865, TN, 1 child born, 1 child living. Child: Virginia Algood, 2 yrs. old, b. June 1897, TN) William Algood b. 9 August 1849 ­d. 15 November 1859 Alv Allen b. 26 February 1892 ­ d. 15 September 1954, md Maude (unknown) Allen, b. 6 May 1899 ­ d. 24 September 1957. Arintha May (Bowman) Allen Obt. b. 10 April 1920, Jackson Co., TN ­ 21 January 2006, Laguna Niguel, CA, md on the 25th of January d. 1941, Jackson Co., TN to John Windell Allen. Arintha May (Bowman) Allen, d/o William Bethel Bowman & Belle Carrington.

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 48: Johnie Winell Allen married 25 January 1941, Jackson Co., TN, age 20, address: Bloomington Springs, TN to Arintah Mai Bowman, age 20, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Bethel Bowman, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Arintha May Bowman Allen, 85, of Laguna Niguel, Calif., formerly of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Jan. 27, from the chapel of Hooper-Huddleston and Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 9 a.m. until time of services Friday at the funeral home. Mrs. Bowman died Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006, at her residence. She was born April 10, 1920, in Jackson County to the late William Bethel and Belle Carrington Bowman. Mrs. Bowman was a member of Mission Viejo, Calif., Church of Christ. Her family includes a son, John Allen of Macomb Township, Mich.; two daughters and sons-in-law, Carrol and Dennis Rippetoe of Rochester Hills, Mich., and Sandra and Charles Harris of Laguna Niguel, Calif.; two sisters, June Hammerstein and Dorothy Mason, both of Cookeville; 11 grandchildren; and 11 greatgrandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, John Winnell Allen, and her youngest daughter, Janice Norene Ullmann. Bro. James Rogers will officiate the services. Published January 26, 2006 11:11 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Cecil J. Allen Obt. b. 24 October 1923, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 4 February 2007, TN, md on the 23rd of April 1955, Pickett Co., TN to Morene (Jernigan) Allen. Cecile J. Allen, s/o William Cook Allen & Manerva Mayberry. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Pickett Co., TN, pg. 255: Cecil J. Allen married 23 April 1955, Pickett Co., TN to Mary Morene Jernegan). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Cecil J. Allen, 83, of Cookeville will be Wednesday, Feb. 7, at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial with full military honors will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Family will receive friends Tuesday, Feb. 6, from 1-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Mr. Allen died Sunday, Feb. 4, 2007, at Masters Health Care Center. He was born Oct. 24, 1923, in Jackson County to the late William Cook and Manerva Mayberry Allen. Mr. Allen was a farmer and a school principal for 46 years.

He was also of the Church of Christ faith, a veteran of WWII and the Korean War, and a member of VFW and American Legion. His family includes two sisters, Ruth Allen of Cookeville and Elizabeth Mayberry of Ashland City; four nephews, John Wayne Allen of Cookeville, Terry Allen of Vincennes, Ind., and Steve and Paul Mayberry, both of Ashland City; four nieces, Cindy Knight and Kim and Sarah Mayberry, all of Joelton, and Paula Simmons of Mt. Juliet; two sisters-in-law, Jean Allen of Mt. Juliet and Jerry and husband Sam Kinnamon of Oak Ridge; and brother-in-law Billy Howard and wife Carolyn Jernigan of Sparta. In addition to his parents, Mr. Allen was preceded in death by his wife, Morene Jernigan Allen. Pallbearers will be John Wayne and Terry Allen, Steve, Paul, Garrett and Trent Mayberry, David Allen and Josh Knight. Honorary pallbearers will be former teachers of Cookeville Jr. High School. Bro. Doyle Wilmoth will officiate the services. Published February 06, 2007 11:14 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Claude B. Allen Obt. b. 2 February 1928, Overton Co., TN ­d. 15 June 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 9th of June 1951 to Dessie (Haney) Allen, b. 17 January 1929 ­ d. 6 February 1992. Claude B. Allen, s/o Osa D. Allen (1891-1976) & Effie Mae Poston (1907-1992). (Mason and Eastern Star on tombstone). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Claude B. Allen, 84, of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, June 20, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. A Masonic service will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 19, at the funeral home. The family will receive friends from 4-8 p.m. on Tuesday and from noon until time of services on Wednesday at the funeral home. Mr. Allen passed away on Friday, June 15, 2012, in Bethesda Health Care Center in Cookeville. He was born Feb. 2, 1928, in Overton County, one of eight children of the late Osa D. Allen and Effie Mae Poston Allen. Claude was a veteran of World War II and a member of the Masonic Lodge and Eastern Star. He attended Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ. He enjoyed bowling, golf, hunting and fishing, after retiring and moving back to Tennessee. His family includes three sisters and two brothers-in-law, Mary Ruth and Tom Pryor of Cookeville and Imogene Snedecor and Charlene and Donnie Ledbetter, all of Livingston; a brother and sister-in-law, Harley and Lois Allen of St. Clair Shores, Mich.; a sister-in-law, Mary Emma Allen; and a host of nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Dessie Haney Allen; two sisters, Norma Ray and Nadine Bowman; a brother, Hilman Allen; three brothers-in-law, Wade Ray, Charles Bowman and Jerry Snedecor; and a very special friend, Neva Roberts. Pallbearers will be Johnny Ledbetter, Gary Allen, Dillon Burgess, Tony Peek, Bruce Allen, Lee Snedecor, Tim Farris and Mark Burgess. Bro. Ken Haney will officiate at the services.

Dyer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (931) 526-7158. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 19 June 2012 Crete O. Allen b. 23 May 1899 ­d. 17 May 1982. Doris Jean Allen Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Doris Jean Allen, 74, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 13, at Cookeville City Cemetery. Ms. Allen died in Mt. Juliet. Cookeville Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Thursday, Mar 12, 2009: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Elmer Lee Allen Obt. b. 21 June 1916, Kingsport ­d. 25 July 2003, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 27th of July 1938 to Myrtrude (Greenway) Allen, b. 29 April 1916, Tellico Plains ­d. 31 August 2010, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Jasper Lee Greenway & Estelle Mosier. Elmer Lee Allen, s/o Harry Lee Allen & Hattie Haum. *See Myrtrude (Greenway) Allen Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Elmer Lee Allen, 87, of Cookeville will be held Sunday, July 27, at 4 p.m. at Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends at 2 p.m. on Sunday until time of the services. Mr. Allen died July 25, 2003, at Masters Health Care Center. A self-employed mechanic, he moved to Cookeville in 1995 and was a member of Cookeville First Baptist Church. For 37 years, he was a resident of Greenville and was active there at the First Baptist Church and other local clubs. He was born June 21, 1916, in Kingsport to the late Harvey Lee and Hattie Haun Allen. His family includes his wife, Myrtrude Greenway Allen of Cookeville; three sons and daughters-in-law, Robert and Janice Allen, Gary and Janie Allen, all of Cookeville, and Michael and Amy Allen of Raleigh, N.C.; a brother, James Allen of Maryville; nine grandchildren, Donna Bell, Janet Bowling, Eric, David, John, Luke, Matthew and Stephen Allen, Emily Bailey; 11 great-grandchildren, Sean, Wesley and Carson Bowling, Kelsie, Elijah, Aubrey, Nicholas, Tony, Josh, Gracie and Mattie Allen. Pallbearers will be Stephen, Eric, David, John, Luke and Matthew Allen. Dr. Randall Adkisson and Bro. Charlie Hutchison will officiate the services. Published July 25, 2003 10:42 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Easton Allen b. 17 July 1893 ­d. 28 March 1896, s/o R. W. & Leanna Allen.

Floy (Brown) Allen Obt. b. 11 February 1898 ­ 4 February 1958, md Willie " Billie" H. Allen, b. 28 February 1882, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 22 February 1976, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Jesse T. Allen (1848-1916) & Fanny West (1850-1930). *See Willie " Billie"H. Allen Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Floy Allen, 59, died Tuesday morning at Vanderbilt hospital after a long illness. The body is at Hooper and Huddleston funeral home where services will be conducted Thursday afternoon, at 2 o' clock. Stanley McInery will officatie. Burial will be in the Cookeville City cemetery. Survivors include her husband, Billy Allen of 407 Park Ave.; three daughters, Mrs. George Bilyeu of Cookeville, Miss Charlene Allen and Miss Jesse Mae Allen of Dayton, OH, and one son, Billy Allen, Jr., of Cookeville. The Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Wednesday, 5 February 1958 Frazier C. Allen b. 1 February 1926 (On the back of tombstone: Frazier Allen and I (Charles D. Vaughn) attended Sycamore Elementary School. He was an employee for Vaughn' Monument Works for 18 years and was a special friend of the s Vaughn family. Erected: July 1999.) Georgia M. (Allen) Allen Obt. b. 14 April 1933, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 20 December 1999, Cookeivlle, TN, md on the 18th of December 1973, Overton Co., TN to Winters Allen. Georgia M. (Pippin) Allen, d/o Cecial Allen & Clora E. Pippin. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Overton Co., TN, pg. 361, #9459: Winters Allen married 18 December 1973, Overton Co., TN, age 49, address: Rt. 4, Cookeviille, TN to Georgia Allen, age 40, address: Rt. 4, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Cecil Allen). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Georgia M. Allen, 66, of Cookeville, Jackson County Community, will be held at 2 p.m. on Wed., Dec. 22, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends after 4 p.m. today, Tues., Dec. 21, at the funeral home. Mrs. Allen died on Mon., Dec. 20, 1999, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born on April 14, 1933, in Jackson County to the late Cecil and Clora E. Pippin Allen. Mrs. Allen was a retired factory worker from Teledyne Stillman. She was a member of Shiloh Church of Christ. Her family includes five brothers, Cecil Jr., Joe, Charles Paul and Dale Allen, all of Cookeville, and Elmer Allen of Gainesboro; two sisters, Jane Herald of Silver Point, and Gladys Taylor of Cookeville; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband, Winters Allen; and a brother, James Allen. Pallbearers will be nephews of Mrs. Allen. Bro. Doyle Wilmoth will officiate at the services. Published December 21, 1999 12:15 PM CST : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN

Haskell P. Allen b. 16 November 1933, md on the 19th of June 1957, Jackson Co., TN to Jo Mae (Denson) Allen, b. 6 April 1942 ­d. 4 October 1983. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 438, #164: Haskell P. Allen married 19 June 1957, Jackson Co., TN, age 23m addressL /rt. 4, Cookeville, TN to Jo Mae Denson, age 21, address: Rt. 4, Lebanon, TN, name of parent, guardian of next of kin of female: blank). Howard Michael Allen b. 2 October 1917, Cookeville Putnam Co., TN ­d. 3 September 1934, s/o Andrew F. Allen & Oma Lee Smith, both of Jackson Co., TN. Sibling, brother, Phillips Allen, Chicago, IL, grandson of Mrs. Addie Smith. Leonard Alvin Allen b. 23 October 1897 ­d. 12 September 1975, md Helen (Bush) Allen, b. 13 January 1905 ­d. 9 December 1962. Manerva (Mayberry) Allen Obt. b. 17 June 1890, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 21 October 1979, md William Cook Allen, b. 1 May 1892 ­ d. 21 January 1987, s/o Daniel Paul Allen & Martha Morgan. Manerva (Mayberry) Allen, d/o John Mayberry & Martha Hensley. *See William Cook Allen buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for Manerva Allen, 89, will be held Saturday, Nov. 3, at 11 a.m. from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Bro. Johnny Fox and Bro. Lewis P. Carter officiating. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Allen died October 31 at Cookeville General following an entended illness. A native of Jackson County, she was the daughter of the late John and Martha Hensley Mayberry and the widow of W. C. " Cook"Allen. She was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include three sons, Cecil J., John and Winters Allen, all of Cookeville; two daughters, Mrs. Ruth Allen of Cookeville and Mrs. Elizabeth Mayberry of Ashland City, Tenn.; a brother, Perry Mayberry of Nashville; a sister, Mrs. Mary Belle Martin of Gainesboro; eight grandchildren. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: 2 November 1979. Morgan Allen Obt. b. 13 Febraury 1930, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 14 March 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 22 December 1951 to Annie Louise (unknown) Allen. Morgan Allen, s/o Hickman Allen & Alice Haney. GAINESBORO - Funeral services for Morgan Allen, 82, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 17, at Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-9 p.m. today, Friday, March 16, and from 9 a.m. until time of services on Saturday at the funeral home. Mr. Allen died Wednesday, March 14, 2012, at his residence. He was born Feb. 13, 1930, in Jackson County to the late Hickman and Alice Haney Allen.

Mr. Allen was a factory worker at Nielsen & Bainbridge. He was a member of Zion Church of Christ. His family includes his wife, Annie Louise Allen of Cookeville (whom he married Dec. 22, 1951); a son, Donald M. Allen of Houston, Texas; a daughter and son-in-law, Wilma and Clay Allen Helm of Rocky Mount, N.C.; a grandson, Nicholas Clay Helm of Raleigh, N.C.; and a brother, Johnny Hugh Allen of Sparta. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by three brothers, Henry Lee Allen, Marlin Allen and Fred Allen, and three sisters, Alice Marie Allen, Margie Hamlet and Louise Ramsey. In lieu of flowers and food, memorial donations may be made to the children's library at Zion Church of Christ. Bro. Jimmy Anderson will officiate at the services. Anderson-Upper Cumberland Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (931) 268-1550. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: 16 March 2012. Munday Monroe Allen b. 29 December 1868, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 14 March 1954, Sparta, White Co., TN, md on the 21st of July 1892, Jackson Co., TN to Henrietta " Etta"(Johnson) Allen, b. 30 March 1878, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 19 May 1965, Algood, TN, d/o Samuel Lee Johnson & Helen Bell Putty. Munday Monroe Allen, s/o Rufus Wiley Allen (1828-1917) & Sarah M. " Sallie" Loftis (1825-1875). Children: Lester C. Allen; Lonnie Bryan Allen; Elmer Ottis Allen; Samuel Duluth Allen; Ruby Mai Allen; Carmen Etta Allen; Catherine Marie Allen. *See Cordell Bartlett Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 169: Monroe Allen married 21 July 1892, Jackson Co., TN to Ettie Johnson). (Source: Tennessee, Deaths and Burials Index, 1874-1955: Monday Monroe Allen, b. abt. 1869 d. 14 March 1954, Sparta, White Co., TN, s/o Rufus Allen & Sallie Loftis). (1870 census 9th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 89 ­R. W. Allen is head of household, 41 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Machinest. md to Sarah, 48 yrs. old, TN. Children: George, 18 yrs. old; Sarah, 14 yrs. old; Manda, 12 yrs. old; Rufus, 6 yrs. old; Luverna, 3 yrs. old; Munda M., 2 yrs. old & Margert M. Allen 21 yrs. old. All born in TN). Census Place: 1880 District 9, Jackson, TN Source: FHL Film 1255264 National Archives Film T9-1264 Page 202A Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Rufus W. ALLEN Self M M W 50 TN Occ: Farmer Fa: SC Mo: SC Sallie E. ALLEN Wife F M W 33 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: KY Mo: TN Wiley R. ALLEN Son M S W 16 TN Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN Lou Verna ALLEN Dau F S W 14 TN Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN Mondy M. ALLEN Son M S W 11 TN Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN Erasmus D. ALLEN Son M S W 1 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN

(1900 census 9th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 121 - Monroe Allen is head of household, 27 yrs. old, TN, b., December 1872, TN, Occupation: Farmer, md 7 yrs. to Etta, 22 yrs. old, b. May 1878, TN, 3 children born, 3 children living. Children: Lester, 5 yrs. old, b. July 1894; Loney, 2 yrs. old, b. June 1897 & Emer Allen, 1 yr. old, b. August 1898. All born in TN). (1920 census 19th Civil Dist., Virginia Street, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 199 ­Monroe M. Allen is head of household, 54 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Miller Flour Mill, md to Etta H., 44 yrs. old, TN. Children: Lester C., 26 yrs. old, Occupation: Miller Flour Mill; Lizzie A., 23 yrs. old; Elmer (sp), 19 yrs. old, Occupation : Miller Flour Mill: Duluth, 17 yrs. old, Occupation: Driver Flour; Ruby Mae, 11 yrs. old; Carmen, 6 yrs. old & a grandson, 1+ yrs. old. All born in TN). Mytrude Estelle (Greenway) Allen Obt. b. 29 April 1916, Tellico Plains ­ d. 31 August 2010, Cookeville, TN md the 27th of July 1938 to Elmer Lee Allen, b. 21 June 1916, Kingsport ­d. 25 July 2003, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Harry Lee Allen & Hattie Haum. Mytrude Estelle (Greenway) Allen, d/o Jasper Lee Greenway & Estelle Mosier. *See Elmer Lee Allen Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Myrtrude Estelle Allen, 94, of Cookeville, will be held Thursday, Sept. 2, at 3 p.m. in the Cookeville chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Family will receive friends today, Wednesday, Sept. 1, from 4-8 p.m. and Thursday from 2 p.m. until time of services at the funeral home. Mrs. Allen died Tuesday morning, Aug. 31, 2010, at her home. She was born April 29, 1916, in Tellico Plains to the late Jasper Lee and Estelle Mosier Greenway. Mrs. Allen was a homemaker and a member of Cookeville First Baptist Church. Her family includes three sons and daughters-in-law, Bob and Janice Allen of Cookeville, Gary and Janie Allen of Alpine and Mike and Amy Allen of Hilton Head, S.C.; nine grandchildren, Janet Bowling and husband Kevin, Donna Bell, Eric Allen, David Allen and wife Buffy, John Allen and wife Maria, Luke Allen and wife Melissa and Matt Allen and wife Sarah; and 17 great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Allen was preceded in death by her husband, Elmer Lee Allen; and two brothers, Kenneth and J. L. Greenway. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Dr. Randall Adkisson and Rev. Charles Hutchinson will officiate the services. You may share your thoughts and memories at www.hhhfunerals.com. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: 1 September 2010 Ruth (Allen) Allen Obt. b. 2 May 1921, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 14 August 2011, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 9th of October 1954, Putnam Co., TN to George Riley Allen. Ruth (Allen) Allen, d/o William Cook Allen & Manervia Rachel Mayberry. *See William Cook Allen buried in Cookeville City Cemetery (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: George Riley Allen married 9 October 1954, Putnam Co., TN, age 35, b. 22 October 1918, address: Rt. 3, Cookeville, TN to Ruth Allen, age 30, b. 2

May 1924, Rt. 4, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: William C. Allen, father, Rt. 4, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Ruth Allen, 90, will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 17, from the chapel of Cookeville Funeral Home. Interment will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 16, and from 9 a.m. until time of services on Wednesday at the funeral home. Mrs. Allen passed away on Sunday, Aug. 14, 2011, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born on May 2, 1921, in Jackson County to the late William Cook Allen and Manervia Rachel Mayberry Allen. Mrs. Allen was a graduate of Tennessee Polytechnic Institute (TPI), now known as Tennessee Technological University (TTU), with a B.S. in education, giving her the opportunity to teach school in Jackson and Putnam counties for more than 47 years. Her life was her teaching ability and she spent more than 18 years teaching first grade. She was of the Church of Christ faith and loved gardening, watching farm shows on television and the outdoors. Her family includes four nephews, Wayne Allen of Cookeville, Terry Allen of Indiana, Steve Mayberry of Pleasant View and Paul Mayberry of Ashland City; three nieces, Paula Simmons of Cookeville, Kim Mayberry of Ashland City and Sarah Mayberry of Pleasant Valley; nine great-nieces and great-nephews; and one great-great-niece. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, George Allen; three brothers, Cecil J. Allen, Winters D. Allen and John W. Allen; and a sister, Elizabeth Mayberry. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Pastor Doyle Wilmoth will officiate at the services. Cookeville Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (931) 528-1044. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.cookevillefuneralhome.com. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: 15 August 2011 Thomas " Tom"Dow Allen b. 13 February 1897, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 18 October 1992, md on the 18th of August 1923 to Ora P. (Hensley) Allen, b. 12 October 1903 ­d. 16 April 1986. Thomas " Tom"Dow Allen, s/o Daniel Paul Allen (1855-1935) & Jane Terry, d/o William Jasper Terry & Prella Hawkins. Daniel Paul Allen, s/o Robert Nelson Allen (1817-1907) & Jane Pryor. W. Sam Allen b. 18 January 1898 ­d. 14 January 1975. (SS Death Index: Name: SAM ALLEN Birth: 18 January 1898 ­ Death: January 1975 ­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN)) (none specified) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 415-12-0485, TN) William Cook Allen b. 1 May 1892 ­d. 21 January 1987, md Manerva Rachel (Mayberry) Allen, b. 17 January 1890 ­d. 31 October 1979. William Cook Allen, s/o Daniel Paul Allen & Martha Morgan. *See Manerva (Mayberry Allen Obt.

*See Ruth (Allen) Allen Obt. Daniel Paul Allen was born on 21 August 1855 in Jackson Co., Tennessee. He married Martha Morgan on 17 September 1879 in Jackson Co., Tennessee. His second marriage was to Jane Terry on 30 June 1887. Jane was born on 22 August 1872 in Jackson Co., Tennessee, the daughter of William Jasper Terry and Prella Hawkins. Martha died on 12 August 1930 in Jackson Co., Tennessee. Daniel died on 27 February 1935 in Jackson Co., Tennessee, and both were buried in the Pharris Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Children of Daniel Paul Allen & Martha Morgan: Warren Allen md Frances Smith; Vera Allen; Sarah Allen; William Cook Allen md Minerva Mayberry; Thomas D. Allen md Canzada Stafford; Rosie Lee Allen. Children of Daniel Paul Allen & Jane Terry: Thomas Dow Allen md Ora P. Hensley; Hickman Allen md Alice L. Haney; Cecil Allen md Cora Zell; Abner Allen md Donna May Jackson. Willie " Billie"H. Allen Sr. b. 28 February 1882, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 22 February 1976, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 10th of February 1918, Overton Co., TN to Floy (Brown) Allen, b. 11 February 1898 ­4 February 1958. Willie " Billie"H. Allen was the son of Jesse T. Allen (1848-1916) & Fanny West (1850-1930). Floy (Brown) Allen Obt. Willie " Billie"& Floy (Brown) Allen had four children: Estelle Allen md George Bilyeu; William Allen Jr.; Jesse May Allen md 1st Elmer Warren ­md 2nd James Crangle & Charleen Allen. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Overton Co., TN, pg. 471: Billie Allen married 10 February 1918, Overton Co., TN to Floy Brown). Bird P. Allison b. 27 April 1872, TN ­ d. 27 May 1945, md on the 22nd of August 1891, Putnam Co., TN to Maniza Caroline (Bussell) Allison, b. 17 August 1872, TN ­ d. 17 July 1956. Bird P. Allison, s/o John Raleigh Allison & Rebecca B. Burgess. Children: Virgil Van Croft Allison (1892-1946) md Mary Anna Copeland Tipton; John Amo Allison (1898-1901). *See John Amo Allison buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Virgil Van Croft Allison Sr. Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 4: Bird P. Allison married 22 August 1891, Putnam Co., TN to M. C. Bussell) (1900 census 16th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 80 ­Bird P. Allison is head of household, 28 yrs. old, April 1872, TN md 10 yrs. to Maniza, 27 yrs. old, b. August 1872, TN, 2 children born, 2 children living. Children: Virgil Van C. Allison, 8 yrs. old, b. April 1892, TN & Amo Allison, 1 yr. old, b. August 1898, TN). (1910 census 14th Civil Dist., Monterey Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 210 ­ Bird Allison is head of household, 37 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Postmaster U. S. Mail, md to Maniza C., 37 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Assistant Postmaster, 2 children born, 1 child living) Carrie Ella (Allen) Allison Obt. b. 7 June 1914, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 2 August 2009, TN, md on the 2nd of October 1934, Putnam Co., TN to Johnny Howard Allison, b. 22 December 1915, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 4 July 2006, TN, s/o Johnny Larrimore Allison (1894-1977) & Hattie Moss. Carrie Ella (Allen) Allison, d/o Wyane Allen *See Johnny Howard Allison Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 350, docket 3, pg. 222: Howard Allison married 2 October 1934, Putnam Co., TN, age 18, address: Cookeivlle, TN to Ella Allen, age 19, address:

Bloomington Springs, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Wyane Allen, Bloomington Springs, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Carrie Ella Allison, 95, of Cookeville, will be held at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 4, at Cookeville City Cemetery. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. Mrs. Allison died Sunday, Aug. 2, 2009, in NHC Health Care Center. She was born June 7, 1914, in Putnam County. Mrs. Allison was a homemaker and attended Bloomington Springs Church of Christ. Her family includes a son and daughter-in-law, Allen Howard Allison and Sharon D. Martin of Cookeville; a daughter, Johnny Ruth Maddux of Cookeville; a brother, Billy G. Allen of Illinois; a sister, Edna Stewart of Algood; and two grandchildren, Johnny Maddux of Cookeville and Randy Allison of Ohio. She was preceded in death by her husband, Johnny Howard Allison; a son, Albert Glen " Speedy"Allison; three brothers, Winnell, James and Charlie Allen; and a granddaughter, Ruthada Maddux Jones. Whitson Funeral Home in Cookeville is in charge of arrangements. Monday, Aug 03, 2009: Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN Harley Allison b. 23 May 1904 ­ d. 29 November 1993, md on the 6th of April 1932, PutnamCo., TN to Ova (Herren) Allison, b. 20 June 1910, Silver Point, Putnam Co., TN - d. 8 August 1999, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Harrison Herron (1889-1978) & Melanie Anderson (1889-1975), both buried in the Judd Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Ova (Herren) Allison Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 453: Harley Allison married 6 April 1932, Putnam Co., TN, age 26, address:Rt. 2, Baxter, TN to Ova Herren, age 21, address: Silver Point, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Harrison Herren, Silver Point, TN). Hugh Milton Allison Obt. 18-Months' Old Son Of Mr. and Mrs. Allison Dies: Hugh Milton, 18-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allison of this city died at his home Monday night, after a week' illiness of colitis. Cookeville was shocked to learn of the death of one of its brightest and s most promising babies, and the condolence of a city was expressed by the large crowd with attended the funeral Tuesday afternoon. Services were conducted in the Methodist Church, by the Rev. W. V. Jarratt, presiding elder, and burial took place in the city cemetery. Active pallbearers were S. D. Wilhite, Charles Stanton, John H. Howard, B. M. Hudgens, M. T. Warren, and Lawrence Stamps. He is survived by his parents and a sister, Jean Allison. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 12 May 1932. John Amo Allison

b. 2 August 1898 ­ d. 12 August 1901, s/o Bird P. Allison (1872-1945) & Maniza Caroline Bussell (1872-1956). *See Bird P. Allison buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1900 census 16th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 80 ­Bird P. Allison is head of household, 28 yrs. old, April 1872, TN md 10 yrs. to Maniza, 27 yrs. old, b. August 1872, TN, 2 children born, 2 children living. Children: Virgil Van C. Allison, 8 yrs. old, b. April 1892, TN & Amo Allison, 1 yr. old, b. August 1898, TN). John Isaac " Ike"Allison M. D. Obt. b. 19 March 1864, KY ­ d. 21 June 1936, Bloomington Springs, Putnam Co., TN, s/o John Raleigh Allison & Rebecca B. Burgess. John Raleigh Allison (1840-1913), s/o Joseph " Mine Lick Joe"Allison & Cynthia Stone. Rebecca B. Burgess (1838-1925), d/o George Washington Burgess & Charlotta McBride. John Isaac Allison md 1st Mattie Robinson on the 24th of February 1888 from Bloomington Springs, TN. He became a medical doctor and practiced medicine in the small resort town of Bloomington Springs, TN for many years. After Mattie' death he was remarried to Julia Ann Caruthers, on the 30th of March 1901 s in Putnam Co., TN. Julia Ann (Caruthers) Allison, b. 14 June 1871, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 22 August 1947, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN. Mattie had six children. Julia had four children. John Isaac " Ike" Alison died of urenic poisoning on the 21st of June 1936. John I., M. D. & his 2nd wife Julia Ann (Caruthers) Allison are both buried in the Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Julia Ann is the d/o John Caruthers, Putnam Co., TN & Cassie Moore, Putnam Co., TN. Julia Ann (Carther) Allison' s brothers are Steve, Alex and John M. Caruthers). *See Julia Ann (Caruthers) Allison Obt. (Children of John Isaac " Ike" Allison & Mattie Robinson are: William Hershal Allison (1890-1898); Fannie Mae Allison md Dr. Caldwell; Milbra Rebecca Allison md Charlie Norton; Martha Ethel Allison md Thomas Leslie Passon; Zine Hubert Allison md Florence & Maud Lee Allison md Joe Wheeler Webb). (Children of John Isaac " Ike"Allison & Julia Ann Caruthers are: Joe Milton Allison md Mattie Lee Ferrell; Helen Vio Allison md W. Prentice Roark; Harry Horace Allison md Josie Blair & Beulah Beatrice Allison md Robert Delaney). FUNERAL HELD FOR DR. J. I. ALLISON: Dr. J. I. Allison, 72, pioneer Putnam County physician, died at his home at Bloomington Springs, Sunday night. Funeral services were held at the residence Monday conducted by the Rev. Alonzo Harris and the Rev. J. B. Harris, with burial in the City cemetery here. Dr. Allison practiced medicine for about 35 years prior to his retirement ten years ago. He had been in poor health for a number of years. He was married twice. His first wife was Miss Florence Robinson Allison. He is survived by his last wife, Mrs. Julia Caruthers Allison; their four daughters, Mrs. T. L. Passons of Cookeville, Mrs. Joe W. Webb of Chickamauga, GA, Mrs. W. P. Roark of Franklin, KY, and Miss Beulah Allison of Bloomington Springs; three sons, Hobert Allison Minneapolis, MN, Joe and Harry Allison of Cookeville, one sister, Mrs. Milt Bartlett of Belview, one brother, B. P. Allison of Gallatin and twenty-one grandchildren. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 25 June 1936.

Dr. John Isaac Allison b. -----, NC d. 21 Jun 1936 Age: 72y 3m 2d Father: John Allison, NC Mother: Rebecca Burgess, NC City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC#18137, Putnam Co., TN (DC#18137, Putnam Co., TN: Dr. John Isaac Allison. Occupation: Medical Doctor. Cause of death: Uremia. Age: 72 yrs., 3 months, 2 days. Attended by: W. A. Howard, Cookeville, TN. Informant: Mrs. T. L. Pissons, Cookeville, TN. Undertaker: Jere Whitson) (DC#18041, Putnam Co., TN: Julia Ann Allison. Cause of Death: Thrombosis. Informant: Mrs. T. L. Pissons, Cookeville, TN. Undertaker: Whitson Funeral Home, Cookeville, TN). John Lee Allison Obt. Three-Weeks-Old Son of Mr. and Mrs. Allison Dies: Prayer services for John Lee Allison, the three-weeks-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Allison, of Cookeville, who died Tuesday morning, were held Tuesday afternoon at 4 o' clock at the home of South Dyer Street, conducted by the Rev. Dean Stroud, pastor of the Methodist Church. Burial was in the City cemetery. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 1 October 1936. John Robert Allison Sr. Obt. b. 2 June 1921, Monterey, TN ­ d. 7 November 2000, Cookeville, TN, md on the 11th of April 1970, Putnam Co., TN to Dorothy " Dot"(Fitzpatrick) Allison, b. 17 February 1924, d/o Charles Fitzpatrick & Hattie Payne. John Robert Allison, s/o Virgil Van Croft Allison Sr. & Mary Anna (Copeland) Tipton. *See John Robert " Bob"Allison II Obt. *See Virgil Van Croft Allison Jr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Virgil Van Croft Allison Sr. Obt. *See Mary Anna (Copeland) Allison Tipton, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 217: John Robert Allison Sr. married 11 April 1970, Putnam Co., TN, age 48, b. 2 June 1922, address: 741 N. Franklin St., Cookeville, TN to Dorothy Fitzpatrick, age 45, b. 17 February 1925, address: 741 N. Franklin St., Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Mrs. Hattie Lee Fitzpatrick, Chestnut Mound, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for John Robert Allison, 79, of Cookeville, will be held at 3 p.m. on Thurs., Nov. 9, 2000, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-9 p.m. today, Wed., Nov. 8, at the funeral home. Mr. Allison died on Tues., Nov. 7, 2000, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born on June 2, 1921, in Monterey to the late Virgil and Anna Copeland Allison. Mr. Allison was a retired real estate agent and a member of Mt. Carmel Methodist Church. He served in the Air Force for more than five years, and served during World War II. He was an aerial Master Photographer during World War II.

His family includes his wife, Dorothy Fitzpatrick Allison of Cookeville; a son and daughter-on-law, Bob and Joan Allison of Cookeville; a brother, Bill Allison of McMinnville; two granddaughters, Kim and husband, Billy Miller of Smyrna, and Amy Allison of Cookeville. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two brothers, Virgil C. Jr. and Joe P. Allison. Bro. A.J. Looper will officiate at the services. Published November 08, 2000 11:45 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN John Robert " Bob"Allison II Obt. b. 18 October 1945, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 7 April 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md Joan (unknown) Allison. John Robert " Bob"Allison II, s/o John Robert Allison Sr. & . *See John Robert Allison Sr. Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Memorial services for John Robert (Bob) Allison II, 66, of Cookeville, will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 12, in the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends Thursday from 3 p.m. until time of services at the funeral home. Mr. Allison passed away Saturday, April 7, 2012, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born Oct. 18, 1945, in Cookeville, to Dorothy (Dot) Fitzpatrick Allison of Cookeville and the late John Robert Allison Sr. Mr. Allison was a professional photographer for 35 years and was a member of the Professional Photographers Association. Along with his love of photography, he also enjoyed building and playing guitars, collecting watches and spending time at the shooting range. In addition to his mother, his family includes his wife, Joan Allison of Cookeville; two daughters and sonsin-law, Kim and Bill Miller of Smyrna and Amy and Bryan McGuire of Rockvale; and two grandchildren, Makenna Miller and Rylee McGuire. Bro. David Corley will officiate the services. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 11 April 2012 Johnny Howard Allison Obt. b. 22 December 1915, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 4 July 2006, TN, md on the 2nd of October 1934, Putnam Co., TN to Carrie Ella (Allen) Allison, b. 7 June 1914, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 2 August 2009, TN. Johnny Howard Allison, s/o Johnny Larrimore Allison (1894-1977) & Hattie Moss. *See Carrie Ella (Allen) Allison Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 350, docket 3, pg. 222: Howard Allison married 2 October 1934, Putnam Co., TN, age 18, address: Cookeivlle, TN to Ella Allen, age 19, address: Bloomington Springs, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Wyane Allen, Bloomington Springs, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Johnny Howard Allison, 90, of Cookeville, will be held at 5 p.m. today, Wednesday, July 5, at Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4:45 p.m. until time of services at the cemetery.

Mr. Allison died Tuesday, July 4, 2006, in Bethesda Health Care Center. He was born Dec. 22, 1915, in Putnam County to the late Johnny Larrimore and Hattie Moss Allison. He was an electrician at Borden Electric Company. His family includes a daughter, Johnnie Ruth Maddux Knowles of Cookeville; a son, Allen Howard Allison of Cookeville; a sister, Golda Fagan of Missouri; two grandchildren, Johnny Maddux and Randy Allison; and a great-grandchild, Regis Allison. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, Albert Glen (Speedy) Allison, and a granddaughter, Ruthada Maddux Jones. Memorial donations may be made to Lazarus House Hospice or Bloomington Springs Church of Christ. Bro. Paul Fox will officiate the services. Whitson Funeral Home of Cookeville in charge of arrangements. Published July 05, 2006 10:37 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Julia Ann (Caruthers) Allison Obt. b. 14 June 1871, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 22 August 1947, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 28th of March 1901, Putnam Co., TN to John Isaac " Ike" Allison M. D., b. 19 March 1864, KY ­ d. 21 June 1936, Bloomington Springs, Putnam Co., TN s/o Joseph " Mine Lick Joe" Allison & Cynthia Stone. Julia Ann (Caruthers) Allison, d/o John Caruthers & Cassie Moore. *See John Isaac " Ike"Allison M. D. Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 87: J. I. Allison married 28 March 1901, Putnam Co., TN to Julia Caruthers). Funeral services for Mrs. Julia Ann Caruthers Allison, widow of Dr. John Allison, were conducted at the Cookeville Church of Christ, Saturday afternoon, by Ray Kinslow and the Rev. Dow Ensor. Interrment was in the Cookeville Cemetery. Mrs. Allison died at her home of her daughter, Mrs. Beula Delaney, just north of Cookeville. She had been in good health prior to a heart attack Tuesday. Her death occurred while she was sleeping, sometime after midnight. A member of the Church of Christ, Mrs. Allison was the daughter of John and Cassie Moore Caruthers. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Delaney, Mrs. Ethel Passon, both of Cookeville, Mrs. Helen Roark, Franklin, KY, and Mrs. Maude Webb of Chickamauga, GA; two sons, Joe Allison, Cookeville, and Harry Allison, Birmingham, AL; three brothers, Steve, Alex and John M. Caruthers; a step-son, Herschell Allison, a step-daughter, Mrs. Charles Norton, and six grandchildren. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 28 August 1947. Little B. Allison Obt. b. 7 March 1850, TN ­ d. 2 January 1917, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md Elizabeth " Lizzie" (unknown) Allison. Little B. Allison (reared in Carthage, TN), s/o Samuel Allison & Sara Washburn. L. B. Allison was a mason. Children of Little B. & Elizabeth Allison: Lucile Allison. Hugh S. Allison

(1901-1972) md Pauline Maria Frogge (1904-1968), both buried in Woodlawnn Memorial Gardens, Nashville, TN. L. B. Allison, a highly respected citizen of this city, and a leading contractor of this section for many years died at his home in West Cookeville Tuesday night, after an illness of several months. He was about 65 years of ago and had been a resident of Cookeville for about 25 years, coming here from Carthage where he was reared. He was a Mason and was buried with the honors of that fraternity Wednesday, in the city cemetery. Putnam County Herald, Thursday, 4 January 1917. L. B. Allison b. 7 Mar 1850, TN d. 2 Jan 1917 Father: Samuel Allison Mother: Sara Washburn Cookeville Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC#360, Putnam Co., TN Census Place: 1880 Carthage, Smith Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255280 National Archives Film T9-1280 Page 1B Dwl: 8 Family: 10 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Samuel ALLISON Self M M W 61 TN Occ: Clerk County Court Fa: NC Mo: GA Martha ALLISON Wife F M W 34 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: TN L. B. ALLISON Son M S W 30 TN Occ: Carpenter Fa: TN Mo: TN Amanda ALLISON Dau F S W 31 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN William C. ALLISON Son M S W 26 TN Occ: Tinner Fa: TN Mo: TN Robert ALLISON Son M S W 24 TN Occ: Clerk In Store Fa: TN Mo: TN Joseph L. ALLISON Son M S W 21 TN Occ: Domestic Hand Fa: TN Mo: TN Nannie ALLISON Dau F S W 18 TN Occ: Student Fa: TN Mo: TN Lulu ALLISON Dau F S W 15 TN Occ: Student Fa: TN Mo: TN Maggie ALLISON Dau F S W 10 TN Occ: Student Fa: TN Mo: TN George ALLISON Son M S W 6 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Samuel ALLISON Son M S W 3 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN B. S. CARDWELL Other M W W 70 NC Occ: Domestic Servant Fa: VA Mo: NC Eva CAMPBELL Other F S B 17 KY Occ: Domestic Servant Fa: KY Mo: KY Henry JACKSON Other M W W 44 TN Occ: Domestic Servant Fa: TN Mo: TN Elbert MAYERS Other M M W 20 TN Occ: Farm Hand Fa: TN Mo: TN

(1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 331 ­Little B. Allison is head of household, 50 yrs. old, b. March 1850, TN, Occuaption: Carpenter, md 3 yrs. to Elizabeth, 27 yrs. old, b. December 1873, KY, 1 child born, 1 child living. Child: Myrtle L., 7/12 yrs. old. b. October 1889, TN. Also living in the household: Essie, sister-in-law, 22 yrs., b. May 1878, KY). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Peachtree St., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 300 ­Little B. Allison is head of household, 60 yrs. old, TN, Occuaption: Carpenter House, md 13 yrs. to Elizabeth, 37 yrs. old, KY (father born in TN, Mother, KY) 2 children born, 2 children living. Children: Lucile, 11 yrs. old, TN & Hugh S. Allison, 10 yrs. old, TN). Mattie (McGee) Allison Obt. b. 1860, near Jamestown, Fentress Co., TN ­d. 1944, d/o William J. McGee & Martelia E. Taylor. She md on the 16th of December 1891, Roane, TN, to W. P. Allison. Siblings: brothers, Granville Bowan, Robert P., and Mack McGee all of Cookeville, TN; S. T. McGee of Temple City, CA. Mattie was of the Methodist faith. *See Granville Bowan McGee Obt. *See Mac McGee buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Robert P. McGee buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Roane, TN, pg. 446, #198: W. P. Allison marrie 16 December 1891, Roane, TN to Mattie McGee). Funeral services were held at the Carver Funeral Home Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Mattie McGee Allison, 83, who died at her home on S. Walnut Street Saturday, following an illness of two weeks. Rev. T. W. Mayhew officiated, with special music by Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wall. Burial was in the Cookeville Cemetery. Mrs. Allison was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McGee, and was born and reared in Fentress County near Jamestown, but had made her home in Cookeville for the past twenty years. She was a member of the Methodist church. Surviving are four brothers, Mac McGee, G. B. McGee, R. P. McGee, all of Cookeville, and S. T. McGee of Temple City, CA. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 6 January 1944. Mollie Allison b. 17 November 1888 ­d. 22 January 1967. Ova (Herren) Allison Obt. b. 20 June 1910, Silver Point, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 8 August 199, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 6th of April 1932, Putnam Co., TN to Harley Allison, b. 23 May 1904 ­d. 29 November 1993. Ova (Herren) Allison, d/o Harrison Herron (1889-1978) & Melanie Anderson (1889-1975), both buried in the Judd Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Harley Allison buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 453: Harley Allison married 6 April 1932, Putnam Co., TN, age 26, address:Rt. 2, Baxter, TN to Ova Herren, age 21, address: Silver Point, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Harrison Herren, Silver Point, TN) COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Ova Herren Allison, 89, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, August 11, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will recive friends from 6-9 p.m. today, Tuesday, August 10, at the funeral home.

Mrs. Allison died on Saturday, August 8, 1999, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born on June 20, 1910, in Silver Point to the late Harrison and Melanie Anderson Herren. Mrs. Allison was a homemaker and a member of Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ. Her family includes a daughter, Jo Childs of Hermitage; four sisters, Avo Burgess and Rose Anderson both of Cookeville, Jewel Olive of Eufalia, AL, and Mildred Gentry of Winter Haven, FL; a brother and sisterin-law, Ned and Claude Herren of Columbus, GA, and a granddaughter, Melanie Byers of Hermitage. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband, Harley Allison; a sister, Nola King; and three brothers, Solon, Clarence and Douglass Herren. Bro. Glen McDoniel will officiate at the services. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 10 August 1999. Robert C. Allison Jr. b. 20 June 1934 ­d. 8 April 1996. Virgil Van Croft Allison Jr. b. 26 August 1918 ­d. 9 March 1963, md Edna (Pugh) Allison. Virgil Van Croft Allison Jr., s/o Virgil Van Croft Allison Sr. & Mary Anna (Copeland) Tipton. *See Virgil Van Croft Allison Sr. Obt. Virgil Van Croft Allison Sr. Obt. b. 22 April 1892, near Monterey, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 16 January 1946, TN, md on the 2nd of June 1917 Putnam Co., TN to Mary Anna (Copeland) Allison Tipton of Monterey, TN, b. 19 October 1894 ­d. 20 September 1969. Virgil Croft Allison, s/o Bird P. Allison & Maniza Caroline Bussell. Virgil Croft Allison was a Mason, Odd Fellow and Lawyer, veteran of WWI, Sons: Virgil Croft Allison Jr.; John Robert Allison, of Cookeville TN & Joe P. Allison & William B. Allison of Gallatine, TN. He was the Mayor of Monterey, TN & a member of the School board in Monterey, TN. *See Bird P. Allison, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See John Robert Allison Obt. *See Virgil Van Croft Allison Jr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mary Anna (Copeland) Allison Tipton, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 379, #1504: Virgil C. Allison married 2 June 1917, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Anna Mary Copeland). Funeral Services at Methodist Church for Virgil C. Allison: Virgial C. Allison, 53, died of a heart ailment at his home on Pearl Street early Wednesday morning. Funeral services will be conducted Friday afternoon at the Methodist Church at 2:30 o' clock, with the Rev. O. P. Gentry of Sparta, Rev. Thorton Fowler, Rev. Bob Ramsay and A. S. Landiss officiating. Burial will be in the Cookeville cemetery. Mr. Allison, son of Mrs. Bryd P. Allison and the late Byrd P. Allison, was born and reared in Putnam County, and prior to coming to Cookeville resided in Monterey. Following elementary training in the Monterey city schools, he attended school at David Lipscomb, Harriman, Branham and Hughes, and attended Cumberland University in Lebanon where he received his Law Degree in 1916. After serving with the Armed Forces of World War I, he returned to Monterey where he practiced his profession until 1930 when he became a member of the Cookeville Bar and with his family came here to reside.

His wife, who survives, was the former Miss Anna Copeland of Monterey. In addition he is survived by four sons; V. C. Allison, Jr., John Robert Allison, now of Cookeville, but recently discharged from the U. S. Army respectively, Joe P. Allison and Ensign William B. Allison, who are still away on naval duty, and by his mother, Mrs. Byrd Allison, of Gallatin. Mr. Allison servied with the Fifth Anti-Aircraft Corps, serving overseas for several months. He left Brest, France on Christmas Day, 1918, arriving home the last of January, 1919. He served as Mayor of Monterey, a member of the Putnam County Quarterly Court, and member of the Monterey school board. Source: A History of Putnam County Tennessee by Walter S. McClain, pg. 148: Virgil C. Allison, born in the 8th district of Putnam County in 1892. Graduated in law at Cumberland University. Married Anna Copeland. Mr. Allison has been living in Monterey since 1901. Is a lawyer of ability and a member of the County Court. Saw service in France during the World War. A Republican, a Mason and an Odd Fellow. One of Monterey' wide-awake citizens. s Virgil Croft Allison b. 22 Apr 1891, Putnam Co., TN d. 16 Jan 1946 Father: Burd P. Allison, Putnam Co., TN Mother: Moniza Bussell Allison, Putnam Co., TN Spouse: Anna Allison, Putnam Co., TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #1379, Putnam Co., TN (1900 census 16th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 80 ­Bird P. Allison is head of household, 28 yrs. old, April 1872, TN md 10 yrs. to Maniza, 27 yrs. old, b. August 1872, TN, 2 children born, 2 children living. Children: Virgil Van C. Allison, 8 yrs. old, b. April 1892, TN & Amo Allison, 1 yr. old, b. August 1898, TN). (1920 census 14th Civil Dist., Monterey, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 228 Family: 313 ­Virgil C. Allison is head of household, 27 yrs.old, TN, Occupation: Attorney General Practice, md to Anna, 25 yrs. old. Child: Virgil Croft Allison, 1 5/12 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: John H. Copeland, brother-in-law, 27 yrs.old, TN, divorced; Imogene Copeland, sister-in-law, 20 yrs. old, TN & Susie K. Copeland, sister-inlaw, 17 yrs. old, TN). Virginia Catherine " Jennie"(Ensor) Allison Obt. b. 3 December 1867, Putnam Co., TN - d. 3 July 1954, Putnam Co., TN, md 18th of January 1885, Putnam Co., TN, Pleasant Julius Allison, b. 12 November 1854. Virginia C. (Ensor) Allison, d/o Jonathan Lasley Ensor & Sarah Frances Evans. Pleasant Julius Allison, s/o Joseph " Hog Joe" Allison & Eliza Lyons Rhea. *See Dora (Allison) Anderson Obt. Pleasant Julius & Virginia (Ensor) Allison had four children: Dora Ann Allison, b. 11 Nov. 1888 md 24th of Sept. 1913 Col. Stephen Bedford Anderson; Cora Etta Allison, b. 11 Nov. 1888 md 12th of April 1915, Putnam Co., TN, Linnaeus "Linnie" Milan Bullington; William Monroe Allison, b. 28 Mar. 1891 ­ d. 16 Jul. 1892, buried in the Maddux Cemetery; Dow Ensor Allison, b. 4 Sept. 1892 ­d. 1 Feb. 1893, buried in the Maddux Cemetery. MRS. JULIUS ALLISON RITES HELD SUNDAY: Mrs. Virginia Ensor Allison died Saturday Night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. M. Bullington, following a long illness. She was the daughter of the late Jonathan L. and Sarah Evan Ensor and was the widow of Julius Alliosn who died in 1894.

Mrs. Allison has been a member of the Methoidst Church for 71 years and had had her membership in the Cookeville Methodist Church and had held membership in the Eastern Star and the Old Walton Road Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. She was crowed Queen Mother of the Cookeville Methodist Church in 1947. She had three brothers who were Methodist ministers, the late Rev. Dow Ensor of Cookeville and two who survive, the Rev. John O. Ensor of Sikeston, MO, and the Rev. Simon Ensor of Springfield. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at the Methodist Church with Dr. Bruce Strother Paster, officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville Cemetery. Whitson Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. In addition to Mrs. Bullington and her two brothers she is survived by another daughter, Mrs. Dora Anderson of Cookeville, four half-brothers, S. Ensor of Detroit, Robert and Charles Ensor, Baxter and Jim Ensor, Oak Ridge and three half-sisters, Miss Ida Ensor, Mrs. Oliver Maxwell and Mrs. Burch Gentry of Baxter, one grandson and two great-grandchildren. Putnam County Herald, 8 July 1954. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 256 ­ Virginia C. Allison is head of household, 42 yrs. old, TN, widow, Occupation: Boarding House, 4 children born, 2 children living. Children: Dora, 23 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Teacher Public School & Cora Allison, 21 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Teacher High School. Also living in the household: Linnie M. Bullington, boarder, 25 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Lawyer, General Pract. James P. Hamiliton, boarder, 45 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Agent Depot) (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 401-111-130 ­Linnie Bullington is head of household, 35 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Lawyer, md to Cora, 31 yrs., old, TN. Child: John A. Bullington, 2 5/12 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Virginia K. Allison, mother-in-law, 52 yr. old, TN, widow). William Burgess Allison Obt. b. 5 September 1925, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 7 January 2003, md Helen (Garner) Allison. William Burgess Allison, s/o Virgil Van Croft Allison Sr. & Mary Anna (Copeland) Tipton. *See Virgil Van Croft Allison Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. MCMINNVILLE -- Funeral services for William Burgess Allison, 77, of McMinnville will be held Saturday, Jan. 11, at 11 a.m. in the chapel of High Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Friday, Jan. 10, from 4-8 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. until time of services. Mr. Allison died Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2003, at Raintree Manor following an extended illness. Son of the late Anna May Copeland and Virgil Croft Allison, he was born on Sept. 5, 1925, in Putnam County. Mr. Allison was the C.E.O. of Tennessee Consolidated Coal Co. & Subsidiaries and was a Navy veteran of WWII. He was a member of the Cherokee area Boy Scout Council, where he received the Silver Beaver Award for outstanding work with youth. He was a member of First United Methodist Church.

His family includes his wife, Helen Garner Allison of McMinnville; a daughter, Grier Allison Galligan of McMinnville; three grandchildren, Cassell and Chad Galligan Davis, Michael Trevor Galligan and Michael Devin and Christy Galligan, all of McMinnville; and a special friend Campbell Boyd of McMinnville. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by three brothers, V.C., John and Joe Allison. Robert Case will officiate at the services. Memorial donations may be made to Boy Scouts of America. Published January 09, 2003 12:30 PM CST : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN James Joseph " Pete"Alloway Obt. b. 27 August 1909, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 7 May 1985, Cookeville, TN, md Geraldine (Hallmark) Alloway. James Joseph " Pete"Alloway, s/o Ollie Orville Alloway Sr. & Lela Maloney. *See Ollie Orville Alloway Jr. Obt. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Ollie Orville Alloway Sr. Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: ALLOWAY, JAMES ­Birth: 27 Aug 1909-Death: May 1985- Last Residence (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (Lincoln Park, Wayne, MI) ­SSN: 408-10-9627, TN) COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for James Joseph " Pete" Alloway, 75, of Cookeville, will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home with Bro. Glen McDoniel and Rev. Byron Epps officiating. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Alloway died suddenly on Tuesday, May 7, 1985. A native of Putnam County, he was the son of the late Ollie and Lela Maloney Alloway. He was a member of the Jefferson Ave. Church of Christ and a veteran of World War II. Mr. Alloway was retired from the James N. Bush Construction Company. His family includes his wife, Geraldine Hallmark Alloway; a daughter, Mrs. Randy (Susan) Nolan; and a son, Richard Alloway. Honorary pallbearers will be Bill Lewis and Pat Eaves. Active pallbearers will be Chick Childress, Dan Box, Bill Farmer, Roy Hugh Sullivan, Bobby Davis, Bethel Newport, Joe Ed Hunter and Phillip Judd. The family will receive friends after 4 p.m. today at the funeral home. Ollie Orville Alloway Jr. Obt. b. 9 March 1913 ­ d. 10 January 1945, Europe, killed in action, s/o Ollie Orville Alloway Sr. & Lela Maloney. *See Ollie Orville Alloway Sr. Obt. Services Will Be Sunday For Ollie O. Alloway, Jr.: Funeral services for Ollie O. Alloway, Jr., who was killed in action January 10, 1945, will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o' clock in the Chapel of the Whitson Funeral Home. The body will arrive here Saturday. L. N. Moody will officiate and buial will be in the City Cemetery. Ollie Alloway, Jr., was killed in action while serving in the European Theather of War. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 2 June 1949

Ollie Orville Alloway Sr. Obt. b. 29 June 1882, Wilson Co., TN ­ d. 2 March 1946, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 21st of October 1908, Putnam Co., TN to Lela (Maloney) Alloway, b. 13 June 1888 ­d. 23 September 1968, d/o Joseph Andrew Maloney & Matilda Ann Alice Hill. Ollie Orville Alloway, s/o James Alexander Alloway & Sarah Baker. *See James Joseph " Pete"Alloway Obt. *See Ollie Orville Alloway Jr. Obt. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 482, #1373: Ollie Alloway married 21 October 1908, Putnam Co., TN to Leila Maloney). Funeral services for Ollie Alloway, 63, who died unexpectedly Saturday morning at his home on Freeze Street, from a heart ailment, were conducted Sunday afternoon at the Whitson Funeral Home at three o' clock with A. S. Landiss, of the Cookeville Church of Christ and A. R. Hill of the Church of Christ, Glasgow, KY officiating. A native of Greenhill, Mr. Alloway lived in Nashville for a number of years before coming to Cookeville. Since becoming a resident of this city he was keenly interested in the business, civic and religious activities of Cookevile and owned and operated the Alloway Produce Company. He was a member of the Church of Chris and 37 years ago was married to Miss Leila Maloney, of Cookeville, who survives. In addition to his wife he is also survived by a son, James Alloway, and a granddaughter, Janet Alloway, both of Cookeville; a sister, Mrs. Ella Sadler, of Nashville. Another son, Ollie Alloway, Jr., was killed in action in January, 1945, while serving in the European Theather of War. Burial was in the Cookeville Cemetery. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 7 March 1946.

Name: Ollie Orville Alloway Death Date: 02 Mar 1946 Death Place: Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee Gender: Male Marital Status: Married Race or Color: White Age: 63 Estimated Birth Year: Birth Date: 29 Jun 1882 Birth Place: Wilson Co., Tennessee Spouse: Lela Maloney Alloway Father: James Alexander Alloway Father's Birth Place: Wilson Co., Tennessee Mother: Sarah Baker Mother's Birth Place: Wilson County, Tennessee Occupation: Produce Buyer Street Address: 110 Freeze St. Residence: Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee Cemetery: City Cemetery Burial Place: Cookeville, Tenn. Burial Date: 03 Mar 1946 Informant: Additional Relatives: X Digital Folder Number: 4184909 Image Number: 1090 Film Number: 2137369 Volume/Page/Certificate Number: cn 5946 Collection: Tennessee, Death Records, 1914-1955

Mary Elizabeth Allred b. 22 June 1923 ­d. 6 October 1923 Bobby Douglas Ament Obt. b. 3 June 1935 ­ d. 13 May 1949, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Joseph Walter Ament & Amanda Pennington. Siblings: brothers, James Walter Ament & Floyd Warren Ament; sisters, Mrs. J. M. Garner & Caroline Ament, both of Cookeville, TN. Bobby Douglas Ament was a member of the Baptist Church. *See Joseph Walter Ament buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See James Walter Ament buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Floyd Warren Ament Obt. Accident Fatal To Bobby D. Ament, 14: Bobby Ament, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ament, of Church Street, was killed Friday afternoon about 6:30 when the motor bike which he was riding ran into the side of an automobile driven by Thurman Bean at the intersection of Willow and Sixth Streets. The only charge placed against Bean was that of driving without a license. Funeral services were held at 2:30 Sunday afternoon at the First Baptist Church, of which he was a member, having been converted some five years ago, conducted by the Rev. N. Ramsey. The beautiful floral gifts and one of the largest crowds ever to attend a funeral in Cookeville, attested the place Bobby had won in the hearts not only of his schoolmates, but of the entire town, with his friendly smile and disposition. A member of the eighth grad graduating class of CitySchool, his chair was left vacant and draped in white at the commencement program, Tuesday evening. The grief-stricken class attended the funeral in a group, as honorary pallbearers. Active pallbearers were: Harold McReynolds, Charles Stout, Bobby Hunter, Don Rogers, Robert Powell Carver, Harold Dale, Ray Dale, Terry Ament, Louis Billingsley, and Manson Henderson. Besides his parents he is survived by a brother, James Walter Ament; two sisters, Mrs. J. M. Garner and Carolyn Ament, all of Cookeville. Another brother Floyd Warren Ament, died in June 1947. Burial was in City Cemetery. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 19 May 1949 Floyd Warren Ament Obt. b. 30 August 1923 ­d. 1 June 1947, s/o s/o Joseph Walter Ament & Amanda Pennington. *See Joseph Walter Ament buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Bobby Douglas Ament Obt. *See James Walter Ament buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Cookeville Man Leaps To Death Off Bridge: The body of Floyd Ament, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ament, who drowned in New York City June 1, is expected to arrive this weekend. According to New York investigators, young Ament took his own life by leaping from the George Washington Bridge shortly after he had called his mother in Cookeville and told her that he was going to do something that she would " in the newspapers." see He had been away from home for three years, the last five months of which had been in New York City.

In addition to his parents, Ament is survived by two sisters, Mrs. J. M. Garner and Carolyn Ament, Cookeville; two brothers, James Ament, Akron, OH, and Bobby Ament, of Cookeville. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 12 June 1947. James Walter Ament b. ca. 1926 ­d. 15 March 1988, s/o Joseph Walter Ament & Amanda Pennington. *See Joseph Walter Ament buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Bobby Douglas Ament Obt. *See Floyd Warren Ament Obt. Joseph Walter Ament b. 28 April 1890, TX ­d. 10 October 1965, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 8th of March 1913, White Co., TN to Amanda (Pennington) Ament, b. 20 March 1894, TN ­ d. 4 March 1953. Joseph Walter Ament, s/o Douglas Ament & Ella Hudgins. Joseph W. & Amanda (Pennington) Ament children: Jonelda, Floyd Warren, James Walter & Bobby Douglas Ament. *See Bobby Douglas Ament Obt. *See James Walter Ament buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Floyd Warren Ament Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, White Co., TN, pg. 239: Walter Ament married 8 March 1913, White Co., TN to Amanda Pennington). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Sparta, White Co., TN: Dwl: 705-182-202- Walter Ament is head of household, 29 yrs. old, TX, (father born in TX, mother, TN) Occupation: Plumber, md to Amanda, 25 yrs. old, TN. Children: Jonelda Ament, 5 yrs. old, TN). (1930 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 188 - Walter Ament is head of household, 39 yrs. old, TX, md to Amanda, 36 yrs. old, TN. Children: Jandda, 15 yrs. old; Floyd, 6 yrs. old & James Ament, 4 4/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Robert James Ament b. ca. 1956 ­d. 2 April 1990. Jack Ray Amonette Obt. b. 24 February 1943, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 28 July 2000, Cookeville, TN, md Carmella (Philpot) Amonette. Jack Ray Amonette, s/o Elra Amonette & Edna Sells. COOKEVILLE--Funeral services for Jack Ray Amonette, 57, of Cookeville will be held today, Sun., July 30, at 2 p.m. from the Chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Visitation will be today from 11 a.m. until the time of services. Mr. Amonette died on Fri., July 28, 2000 at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born in Putnam County on Feb. 24, 1943 to the late Elra and Edna (Sells) Amonette. He was the owner and operator of the Mousetrap Grocery and Deli located near Tennessee Tech University. His family includes his wife, Carmella Philpot Amonette; one son, Jack Amonette; and three brothers, Bill, Bob and Gene Amonette; all of Cookeville. Pallbearers will be Russell and Jerry Borden, Shirley King, Tony Amonette and Keith Payne. Bro. Carles Walker will officiate at the services.

Published July 29, 2000 4:19 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Billy Eugene " Bill"Anderson Obt. b. 28 December 1924, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 2 February 2005, Cookeville, TN, md on the 14th of November 1942, Putnam Co., TN to Johnsie Marie (Ramsey) Anderson, b. 6 October 1924 ­ d. 15 July 1983, d/o Porter Lee Ramsey & Cythie Stockton. Billy " Bill" Anderson, s/o Aasa " Acy" Pleasant Anderson (1887-1967) & & Deliah Augusta Chaffin (1888-1937). Billy & Marie were divorced. *See Marie (Ramsey) Anderson Obt. *See Walter B. Anderson Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Billie Eugene Anderson married 14 November 1942, Putnam Co., TN, age 17, address: Cookeville, TN to Johnsie Marie Ramsey, age 18, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: P. L. Ramsey, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Billy " Bill"Anderson, 80, of Cookeville will be held at 1 p.m. on Sat., Feb. 5, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-9 p.m. today, Fri., Feb. 4; and from 11 a.m. until time of services on Saturday, at the funeral home. Mr. Anderson died on Wed., Feb. 2, 2005, in NHC Healthcare of Cookeville. He was born on Dec. 28, 1924, in Putnam County to the late Acy P. and Dealia Augusta Chaffin Anderson. He was self-employed and was owner of Anderson Grocery for 20 years. He was also on the Board of Directors of the Cookeville Senior Citizens. Mr. Anderson was a member of Cumberland Presbyterian Church. His family includes two daughters and sons-in-law, Patricia and Bob Freasier of Houston, Texas, and Kimberly and Otto Slater of Maryville; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Walter and Gladys Anderson of Cookeville, and Everett and Grace Anderson of Zephyr Hills, Fla.; a sister and brother-in-law, Rosella and Ed Smith of Cookeville; three grandchildren, Scott Lefkoff, Savanah Nicole and Samantha Noel Slater; and dear friend, Royce Henry. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son, Roger Grady Anderson; six brothers, Clay, Luther, Miles, Dillard, Edgar and Edward Anderson; two sisters, Louella Tallant and Ethel Bruner; and the mother of his children, Marie Ramsey Anderson. Pallbearers will be nephews: Timmy and Tommy Lee, Ronald, Myron and Eddie Anderson and Wendell Pike. Honorary pallbearers will be Cookeville Senior Citizens. Dr. Charles McCaskey will officiate at the services. Published February 04, 2005 10:21 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Boone Carson Anderson Obt. b. 6 March 1876, Shiloh, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 19 March 1961, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 7th of May 1904, Jackson Co., TN to Pearl Ann (Meadows) Anderson, b. 4 March 1883, TN ­d. 17 February 1963. Boone Carson Anderson, s/o David Silas Anderson & Dorinda Jane Jaquess. *See Edward Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

*See Frank Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Hazel Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 163: B. C. Anderson married 8 May 1904, Jackson Co., TN to P. A. Meadows). Funeral services for Boone Carson Anderson, 85, were held Monday afternoon at the Broad St. Church of Christ, of which he was a member, with John Allen Clark officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN. Mr. Anderson, a native of Jackson Co., TN died at his home on Liberty Ave., Sunday following an extended illness. He was a retired carpenter and had resided in Cookeville, TN for a number of years. His parents were David S. and Dorinda Jaquess Anderson. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Pearl Ann Meadows Anderson; 2 daughters, Mrs. Ernest Yast, Mrs. J. D. Judd, both of Cookeville, TN; 2 sons Edward Anderson of Livingston, TN, Charles Lee Anderson; sister, Mrs. Lota Ann Powers of Rockwood, TN & Mrs. Carrie Bean of Detroit, MI. 15 grandchildren. Hooper ­ Huddleston Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Cookeville Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: Tuesday, 21 March 1961 (1910 census 10th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 139 ­Boon C. Anderson is head of household, 36 yrs. old, TN md 6 yrs. to Parley, 26 yrs. old, TN, 3 children born, 3 children living. Children: Frank, 6 yrs. old; Walter, 3 yrs. old & Volar Anderson, 1 9/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 10th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 86 ­Boon Anderson is head of household, 45 yrs. old, TN md to Pearl, 37 yrs. old, TN. Children: Frank, 15 yrs. old; Walter, 13 yrs. old; Vola, 11 yrs. old; Velma, 6 yrs. old & Charlie Anderson, 3+ yrs. old. All born in TN). (1930 census 10th Civil Dist., Shiloh Rd., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 74 ­ B. C. Anderson is head of household, 54 yrs. old, TN (26 yrs. old 1st marriage) md to Pearl A., 49 yrs. old, TN (23 yrs. old 1st marriage). Children: Charley, 14 yrs. old, TN & Edward Anderson, 10 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Helen Halfacre, granddaughter, 5 yrs. old, TN). Brandon Evan (Frazier) Anderson Obt. b. 2 April 1976, Snohomish, WA ­ d. 26 November 2004, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Kendra Anderson Frazier of Baxter. BAXTER -- Funeral services for Brandon Evan Anderson, 28, of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. on Tues., Nov. 30, from the chapel of Baxter Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. today, Mon., Nov. 29, at the funeral home. Mr. Anderson died on Fri., Nov. 26, 2004, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born on April 2, 1976, in Snohomish, Wash., to Kendra Anderson Frazier of Baxter. He was a fabricator at CCI Amerinate. In addition to his mother, his family includes his stepfather, Hubert Frazier of Baxter; his fiancée, Mandy Nicole Johnsrod of Cookeville; five brothers, Terry, Billy, Kasey, Shone and Daniel Frazier, all of Baxter;

a sister, Loretta Frazier of Baxter; grandmothers, Evelyn Anderson of Washington State, and Mimi Frazier of Cookeville; and a niece, Raven Golden of Baxter. He was preceded in death by a brother, Shane Frazier; two sisters, Heaven and Angel Ann Frazier; a nephew, Harley Golden; and grandfathers, Wayne Anderson and Hobert Frazier. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Trevor Trahan will officiate at the services. Published November 29, 2004 10:55 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Calvin Denton " Cab"Anderson b. 22 July 1861, TN ­d. 30 November 1931, md the 21st of September 1881, Jackson Co., TN to America (Young) Anderson, b. 16 July 1864 ­ d. 9 March 1920. Calvin Denton Anderson, s/o James Ellman Anderson & Elizabeth " Eliza" Sims. (James Ellman Anderson, b. 7 January 1829 ­ d. 23 May 1914, buried in the Smith Chapel Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. James md 1st Elizabeth " Eliza" Sims ­ md 2nd Judia Moore). (Siblings of Calvin Denton " Cab"Anderson are: Martha Adivill Anderson md 1st Samuel nd Johnson Loftis, md 2 J. S. Wilson; D. Larntine Anderson md William Johnson Anderson & William Louis Anderson (1877-1917), buried in Smith Chapel Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 5: C. D. Anderson married 21 Serptember 1881, Jackson Co., TN to M. L. Young). Calvin Denton Anderson b. -----, TN d. 30 Nov 1931 Age: abt 72y Father: James Anderson, TN Mother: Unknown Young Cemetery Jackson DC#24400, Putnam Co., TN Daisy (Wright) Anderson b. 14 June 1893, TN ­d. 23 July 1924, d/o Joseph " Joe"McEwen Wright & Eliza Fannie Curtis. Daisy Anderson, DC#346, Putnam Co., TN. Daisy Wright md Howard Anderson. Buried next to them is Infant Anderson. b. 11 April 1921, TN ­d. 11 April 1921. *See Joseph " Joe"McEwen Wright Obt. _____ Anderson b. 11 Apr 1921, TN d. 25 Apr 1921 Father: Howard Anderson, TN Mother: Daisy Wright, TN Cookeville Putnam Co., TN DC#54, Putnam Co., TN (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 120 ­Joseph Wright is head of household, 43 yrs. old, b. July 1856, MS, md 18 yrs. to Eliza F., 37 yrs. old. b. April 1863, 8 children born, 8 children living. Children: Viola B., 14 yrs. old, b. May 1886; Altha, 12 yrs. old, b. April 1888; Tommy B., 9 yrs. old, b. February 1891; Daisy E., 6 yrs. old, b. June 1893; Marshall L., 4 yrs. old, b. August 1895; Valley A., 2 yrs. old, b. February 1898 & Cleo Wright, 4/12 yrs.old, b. February 1900. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 83 - Howard Anderson is head of household, 27 yrs. old, TN, md to Daisy, 26 yrs.old, TN. Child: Lucille Anderson, 3 yrs. old, TN).

Dora Ann (Allison) Anderson Obt. b. 2 September 1886, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 22 March 1971, md on the 24th of September 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Col. Stephen Bedford Anderson, b. 29 June 1864 ­d. 8 March 1929, both buried in the Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Dora Ann (Allison) Anderson, d/o Pleasant Julius Allison & Virginia Catherine " Jennie"Ensor. *See Virginia Catherine " Jennie"(Ensor) Allison Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 180, #714: Mr. S. B. Anderson married 24 September 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Dora Allison). Funeral services for Mrs. Dora Allison Anderson, 84, were held from the First United Methodist Church, Wednesday, March 24, 1971 at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. Ben Alexander officiating. Mrs. Anderson died Monday in a local nursing home following an extended illness. She was a native of Putnam County, the daughter of the late Julius P. and Virginia Catherine Ensor Allison and the widow of the late Col. S. B. Anderson. Mrs. Anderson graduated from the Cookeville schools and attended Tennessee tech and the University of Tennessee. For many years she was an active member of the Salem and Sycamore Home Demonstration Clubs and the Eastern Star. She was also a former teacher and homemaker and was a member of the First United Methodist Church. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. She is survived by three nephews, John A. Bullington, of Cookeville, James Anderson, Chattanooga, and William Anderson, of Cookeville; a niece Mrs. Mary Ann Anderson Human, Knoxville; two great nephews, Sgt. Joe M. Bullington, Anchorage, AK, with U. S. Air Force and Bill Bullington, of Cookeville, and an uncle Rev. John O. Ensor, Sikeston, MO. Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. The Dispatch, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 25 March 1971. Dora Ann (Allison) Anderson Obt. #2 Dora A. Anderson, age 84, died Monday. She was the daughter of Julius P. Allison and Virginia Catherine Ensor and the widow of Col. Stephen Bedford Anderson. Burial was in the City Cemetery. Funeral was Wednesday, March 24. She has 3 nephews, John A. Bullington, James Anderson and William Anderson; a niece Mary Ann Anderson Human and an Uncle Rev. John O. Ensor, Sikeston, MO. Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Dispatch newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 29 March 1971. Dorcas Aline (Kirby) Anderson Obt. b. 16 November 1920, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 13 June 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md Edward Anderson, b. 9 September 1920, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 3 September 2001, s/o Boone Carson Anderson & Pearl Ann Meadows. Dorcas Aline (Kirby) Anderson, d/o John Lee Kirby & Dora Mae Burgess. *See Edward Anderson Obt. *See John Mark Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Dorcas Aline Anderson, 91, of Livingston, will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, June 15, from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home in Livingston. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery.

The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. today, Thursday, June 14, at the funeral home. Mrs. Anderson died Wednesday, June 13, 2012, in Bethesda Health Care Center in Cookeville. She was born Nov. 16, 1920, in Jackson County to the late John Lee and Dora Mae Burgess Kirby. Mrs. Anderson was a homemaker and a preacher's wife. She was a member of Allons Church of Christ. Her family includes two sons and daughters-in-law, Roger and Brenda Anderson of Rickman and Gary and Gloria Jean Anderson of Henderson; three sisters, Madelyn King and Joann Hunter, both of Cookeville, and Jean Robinson of Evansville, Ind.; a brother and sister-in-law, Odell and Becky Kirby of Murfreesboro; eight grandchildren; two stepgrandchildren; and 13 great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Anderson; a son, John Mark Anderson; and an infant daughter, Joyce Faye Anderson. Pallbearers will be Chris Anderson, Shannon Anderson, Eddie Anderson, Jon Anderson, Andy Bagwell and Greg Hampton. Bro. Alan Judd will officiate at the services. Speck Funeral Home, Inc. in Livingston is in charge of arrangements (931) 823-1201. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 14 June 2012 Edward Anderson Obt. b. 9 September 1920, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 3 September 2001, md Dorcas Aline (Kirby) Anderson, b. 16 November 1920, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 13 June 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, d/o John Lee Kirby & Dora Mae Burgess. Edward Anderson, s/o Boone Carson Anderson & Pearl Ann Meadows. *See Boone Carson Anderson Obt. *See Dorcas Aline (Kirby) Anderson Obt. *See Frank Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See John Mark Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Funeral services for Brother Edward Anderson, 80, of Livingston, were conducted at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2001, from the chapel of Speck Funeral Home with Bro. Glenn Goggins officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery with Speck Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. Brother Anderson died Monday, Sept. 3, 2001, at his home. He was a Church of Christ Minister for 61 years. The churches that he served throughout the years were Whitson Chapel, Cookeville/Hartsville/Richmond, VA/ Newport/ Baxter/ Bristol, VA, Finley Church of Christ, Sparta/Livingston/Kirkwood, Atlanta, GA/Central, Rome, GA/ West Rome, Rome, GA/ Columbia, KY/ Free Communion, Monroe/Rock Springs, Celina/ and Holly Springs, Livingston. Born Sept. 9, 1920, in Jackson County, he was the son of the late Boone C. and Pearl (Meadows) Anderson. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Joyce Faye Anderson; a son John Mark Anderson; three brothers, Frank Anderson, Walter Anderson, and Charlie Anderson; and two sisters, Vola Whitson and Velma Judd. Survivors include his wife, Dorcas Anderson, Livingston; two sons and daughters-in-law, Gary Edward and Gloria Anderson, Henderson, and Roger and Brenda Anderson, Rickman; 10 grandchildren; and 10

great grandchildren. Pallbearers were Jonathan Anderson, Chris Anderson, Eddie Anderson, Shannon Anderson, Greg Hampton, Shawn Winningham, Kean Anderson, and Andy Blackwell. Overton County News 415 West Main Street P.O. Box 479 Livingston, Tennessee 38570 tel 931.823.6485 Frank Anderson b. 26 May 1903, Shiloh, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 12 August 1934, md Ada (unknown) Anderson. Frank Anderson, s/o Boone Carson Anderson & Pearl Ann Meadows. *See Boone Carson Anderson Obt. *See Edward Anderson Obt. *See Hazel Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Frank Anderson b. -----, TN d. 12 Aug 1934 Age: 31y Father: Boone Anderson, TN Mother: Pearl Meadows, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC#18791, Putnam Co., TN (1920 census 10th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 86 ­Boon Anderson is head of household, 45 yrs. old, TN md to Pearl, 37 yrs. old, TN. Children: Frank, 15 yrs. old; Walter, 13 yrs. old; Vola, 11 yrs. old; Velma, 6 yrs. old & Charlie Anderson, 3+ yrs. old. All born in TN). (1930 census 10th Civil Dist., Shiloh Rd., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 75 ­ Frank Anderson is head of household, 26 yrs. old, TN (20 yrs. old 1st marriage) md to Ada, 24 yrs. old, TN (18 yrs. old 1st marriage). Children: A., son, 5 yrs. old; Lenar, 4 yrs. old & Robert Anderson, 2 yrs. old. All born in TN). Freddie Ray Anderson Obt. b. 26 June 1936, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 12 May 1989, Baxter, TN, md on the 11th of April 1962, Putnam Co., TN to Betty Jo (Chaffin) Anderson, b. 25 September 1938, d/o Ira P. Chaffin. Freddie Ray Anderson, s/o Fowler Davis Anderson (1903-1938) & Mary Elizabeth Hall (1905-1949), both buried in Smellage Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 397: Freddie Ray Anderson married 11 April 1962, Putnam Co., TN, age 25, b. 26 June 1936, address: Rt. 1, Baxter, TN to Betty Jo Chaffin, age 23, b. 25 September 1938, address: Rt. 2, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Ira P. Chaffin, father, Rt. 2, Cookeville, TN). Funeral services for Freddie Ray Anderson, 53, of Baxter were conducted Monday May 14 from the Baxter Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home with Bro. Tom Compton, Bro. Johnny Hester, and Bro. Robert Hall officiating. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Anderson died Saturday May 12, 1989 at his home in Baxter. He was the owner of the Anderson Insurance Co., Baxter, and the son of the late Fowler Davis Anderson and Mary Elizabeth Hall Anderson. He was born in Putnam County on June 26, 1936. Survivors include his wife, Betty Jo Chaffin Anderson; 2 daughters, Lori Diane Anderson of Baxter and Jennifer Carol Anderson of Knoxville, TN; 2 brothers, Bud Anderson of Columbia, SC and Richard Anderson of Leavingforth, Kansas.

Pallbearers were Dan Maxwell, Bob Dale Maxwell, Frank Medley, James Maddux, Larry Hugh Brown, Lawrence Richardson, Russell Dyer, and Bud Keisler. Baxter Chapel of Hooper & Huddleston in charge of arrangements. Dispatch newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 20 May 1989. Gladys (McCulley) Anderson b. 30 October 1903, TN ­d. 4 February 1937, md Hartford Anderson. Gladys (McCully) Anderson, d/o James H. McCulley & Minnie Dosesy Kirby. *See James H. McCulley Jr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 13 ­Alvin M. Anderson is head of household, 43 yrs. old, TN md 17 yrs. to Leathy F., 37 yrs. old, TN, 6 children born, 6 children living. Children: Clara F., 16 yrs. old; James C., 14 yrs. old; Manda A., 12 yrs. old; Hartford N., 9 yrs. old; Lillie M., 6 yrs. old & Thomas H. Anderson, 11/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville & Gainesboro Rd., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 336 ­ James H. McCulley is head of household, 33 yrs. old, TN, md 6 yrs. to Minnie D., 33 yrs. old, 6 children born, 6 children living. Children: Gladys, 6 yrs. old; T. J. Evastus, 5 yrs. old; Vester E., 4 yrs. old; Harrie G., 3 yrs. old; Denton S., 17/12 yrs. old; Edna McCulley, 1/12 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Marget A. McCulley, mother, 72 yrs. old, TN (father born in VA, mother TN), widow, 12 children born, 12 children living). Herbert B. Anderson b. 14 November 1918 ­d. 21 November 1970, md Inez Smith Anderson Dunn. Hazel Anderson b. 4 October 1885 ­ d. 9 April 1926, d/o David Silas Anderson (1852-1889) & Dorinda Jane Jaquess (1856-1911). `Tho lost to sight to memory dear' *See Boone Carson Anderson Obt. *See Frank Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Ila Jean Anderson b. 1931 ­d. 26 May 1987 at the age of 56. Buried next to Nola (Nabors) Burris Anderson (1906-1987). *See Nola (Nabors) Burris Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Infant Anderson b. 20 November 1888 ­23 November 1888, s/o Calvin Denton Anderson. James Allman Anderson Obt. b. 12 July 1885 ­d. 27 March 1957, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 9th of February 1908, Jackson Co., TN to Maggie Lou (Whitson) Anderson, b. 25 September 1890 ­ d. 16 November 1976, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Jerry M. Whitson & Oliva Hapole. *See Lena Avo Anderson Obt. *See Maggie Lou (Whitson) Anderson Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 219, #15: J. A. Anderson married 9 February 1908, Jackson Co., TN to M. L. Whitson Funeral services for James Allman Anderson, 71, retired farmer were held Friday afternoon at the Whitson Funeral Chapel here. Robert Fox and Edward Anderson conducted the services and burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery.

Mr. Anderson died Wednesday at this home on Cookeville Rt. 4 after an long illness. He was a member of the Union Hill Church of Christ. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Maggie Lou Whitson Anderson; 1 daughter, Miss Avo Anderson of Cookeville, Rt. 4; 2 sisters, Mrs. Bedford Morgan, Cookeville, and Lean Davidson, Coatingo, CA, 4 brothers, Sam Anderson, Lake Port, CA, Clay Anderson, Upper Lake, CA, Joe Anderson, Earlimont, CA, and Hop Anderson, Gainesboro, TN. Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Wednesday, 3 April 1957. James Monroe Anderson b. 10 June 1875 ­d. 14 January 1957. `The Heart of a Man is Restless Unitl He Finds His Rest in Thee' James Montgomery Anderson Obt. b. 2 September 1887, near Gainesboro, TN­d. 8 September 1965, md on the 2nd of July 1913 in Nashville, TN to Mary Jane (Brock) , b. 8 July 1889, near Sparta, White Co., TN ­d. 4 June 1963, Cookeville, TN, d/o Dr. William Lafayett Brock (1853-1928) of White Co., TN & Anna Eliza Saylors (1868-1931). James Montgomery Anderson, s/o James Travis Anderson (1849-1929) & Mary Jane (Montgomery) Washburn (1849-1924). *See Mary Jane (Brock) Anderson Obt. *See James Travis Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mary Jane (Montgomery) Washburn Anderson Obt. Funeral services for James Montgomery " Jim"Anderson, 78 will be held from the Collegeside Church of Christ Friday at 2:00 with Thomas Cook officiating. Mr. Anderson died at Whorton Nursing Home, Pleasant Hill, September 8 following a long illness. He was a resident of 706 N. Jefferson Ave. in Cookeville. A native of Jackson County, he was the son of James Travis and Mary Jane Montgomery Anderson. Mr. Anderson was a retired contractor. His wife was the late Mary Jane Brock Anderson. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Fred Human, Jr., Knoxville; 2 sons, James M. Anderson Jr., Chattanooga, William L. Anderson, Cookeville; 6 grandchildren. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. arrangements. Hooper ­ Huddleston Funeral Home in charge of

Herald ­Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 9 September 1965. (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Jefferson St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 213-232-262 ­James M. Anderson is head of household, 32 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Lumber House, md to Mary J., 30 yrs. old, TN. Children: James M. Jr., 5 yrs. old, TN & William L. Anderson, 1 9/12 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: James T. Anderson, father, 70 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Banker National Bank, md to Mary J., mother 70 yrs. old, TN. Mary D. Anderson, sister, 34 yrs. old, TN. Prudie Christian, cook, 21 yrs. old, TN). James P. Anderson b. 6 June 1898, TN ­d. 12 November 1971, (Ml Pfc Chemical Co AVN WWII). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 400 ­Frances Anderson is head of household, 35 yrs. old, TN, widow, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Howard W., 18 yrs. old; Loucy J., 2 yrs. old, James P., 11 yr. old; Juda E., 8 yrs. old & Johnie C. Anderson, dau., 5 yrs. old. All born in TN). James Travis Anderson b. 3 February 1849, nr. Flynn' Lick, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 26 April 1929, Cookeville, TN md 18th of July s 1875 to Mary Jane (Montgomery) Washburn Anderson, b. 24 December 1849, TN - d. 13 June 1924, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Hamilton Montgomery & Mary Jane Draper. James Travis Anderson, s/o William Carroll Anderson (1819-1882) & Aletha Mumford Draper (1827-1901).

*See Mary Jane (Montgomery) Washburn Anderson Obt. Mary Jane Draper (1830-1852) md the 12th of February 1847, Jackson Co., TN to Hamilton Montgomery. Mary Jane (Draper) Montgomery, d/o James " Squire Jimmy" Draper & Jane Moore Fitzgerald. *See Oliver Hamilton Anderson Obt. Census Place: 1880 District 1, Jackson Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255264 National Archives Film T9-1264 Page 190B Dwl: 368 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Jas. T. ANDERSON Self M M W 31 TN Occ: Lawyer Fa: TN Mo: TN Mary J. ANDERSON Wife F M W 30 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN Oliver H. ANDERSON Son M S W 4 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Walter C. ANDERSON Son M S W 2 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Bennie R. WASHBURN SSon M S W 11 TN Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 131 ­J. T. Anderson is head of household, 51 yrs. old, b. February 1849, TN md 24 yrs. to Mary J., 50 yrs. old, b. December 1849, TN, 8 children born, 5 children living. Children: Joel H., 19 yrs. old, b. September 1880; May, 15 yrs. old, b. February 1885 & James Anderson, 12 yrs. old, b. September 1887. All born in TN). James Travis " T."Anderson Obt. J. b. 4 May 1896, TN ­ d. 16 January 1979, md on the 27th of December 1924, Clay Co., TN to Callie (Marcom) Anderson, b. 14 December 1898 ­ d. 26 March 1986. James Travis " T." Anderson, s/o J. Ridley Draper Anderson (1857-1932) & Rhoda Elizabeth Young (1866-1923), both buried in the Salem Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Clay Co., TN, pg. 461: James T. Anderson married 27 December 1924, Clay Co., TN to Callie E. Marcom). (1900 census 11th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 98 Family: 110 ­ Ridley Anderson is head of household, 42 yrs. old, b. August 1857, TN md 12 yrs. to Rhoda, 34 yrs. old, b. March 1866, TN, 6 children born, 6 children living. Children: John, 10 yrs. old, .b June 1889; Chas, 9 yrs. old, b. January 1891; Bennie, 7 yrs. old, b. March 1893; Jas. T., 5 yrs. old, b. May 1895; Ernest, 2 yrs. old, b. February 1898 & Ella Anderson, 2 yrs. old, b. February 1898. All born in TN). (1910 census 11th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 121 ­R. D. Anderson is head of household, 53 yrs. old, TN md 22 yrs. to Rhoda, 44 yrs. old, 7 children born, 6 children living. Children: John, 20 yrs. old; Charlie, 19 yrs. old; Ben, 16 yrs. old; J. T. 14 yrs. old; Ella 12 yrs. old & Lorene Anderson, 9 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Lon Stafford, nephew, TN). COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for James Travis " T."Anderson, 82, of 734 N. Jefferson Ave. will be J. held Wednesday, Jan. 17, at 2 p.m. at the Chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeeral Home. Mr. Anderson died today at Cookeville General Hospital. Services will be conducted by Neil Christy and the Rev. Gerald Stow and burial will be at Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Anderson was a native Tennessean and was the son of the late Ridley and Rhoda E. Young Anderson. He was a retired employee of the Coca Cola Bottling Company.

Survivors include his wife, Callie Marcom Anderson; two sons, James M. Anderson of Montgomery, AL, and William Carroll Anderson of Annapolic, MD; one daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Schmid of Cumberland City; one sister, Mrs. Lorene Carnahan of Cookeville; six grandsons. Active pallbearers are Sam McCulley, Hubert Braswell, Dr. Jim McCawley, John McCawley, Ralph McCawley, Johnny McCawley. Member of the Bible class at Collegeside Church of Christ will serve as honorary pallbearers. Herald ­Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 16 January 1979. Lieut. William Anderson: Lieut. William Anderson, U. S. Coast Guard, is here on leave until August 1, when he reports to the West Coast for a new assignment. He is spending the time with his parents, Mrs. and Mrs. J. M. Anderson, and sister, Miss Mary Ann Anderson, and enroute to Cookeville from New York City, spent several days in Knoxville, with his brother, James Anderson, and Mrs. Anderson. Lieut. Anderson has been on military duty in the Atlantic area for more than two years. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 12 July 1945. Miss Jennie Anderson Obt. b. 11 June 1862, near Flynns Lick, Jackson Co., TN- d. 30 January 1933, Putnam Co., TN, d/o William Carroll Anderson & Aletha Mumford Draper. (William Carroll Anderson, b. 12 May 1819 ­ d. 17 September 1882, s/o Caleb Anderson & Nancy Wheeler. Aletha Munford (Draper) Anderson, b. 2 March 1827 ­d. 8 November 1901, d/o Joshua Draper & Christina C. Lyles. William C. & Aletha M. Anderson are both buried in the Anderson Cemetery ` Anderson Cemetery Lane'in Jackson Co., TN). Miss Jennie Anderson Dies At Niece' Home: s Miss Jennie Anderson, 70, died at the home of her niece, Mrs. Jesse Allen Drake, on Jefferson Avenue, Sunday after an illness of about six months. Miss Anderson, one of the most beloved women of this and Jackson counties, had been in a Nashville hospital for treatment. Funeral services were conducted at the Cookeville Methodist Church on Monday afternoon by the Rev. E. M. Steel, pastor, the Rev. Dow A. Ensor, pastor of the Chestnut Mound circuit, the Rev. Hugh L. Goodpasture, pastor the the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, and Dr. O. H. Tallman, pastor of the Cookeville Church of Christ. Miss Anderson was the daughter of William Carroll and Althea Draper Anderson, pioneer citizens of Jackson county. She was born and reared near Flynn' Lick, where she joined the Methodist Church in s early girlhood, and where she spent a Christian life of service to her family. For many years, Miss Anderson had been a teacher in the public schools of Jackson county, and had taught music. Her last work was that of instructor in the Tennessee Industrial School. Active pallbearers were her nephews Oliver Anderson, of Phoenix, Ariz.; W. C. Anderson, Harriman; Joel Anderson, Knoxville; James Travis Anderson, Waverly; H. H. Anderson, Gallatin; P. J. Anderson, Gainesboro; J. M. Anderson and John Anderson, of Cookeville. She is survived by one sister, Mrs. L. O. Arms, of Hamilton, Miss., and a large number of nephews and nieces. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 2 February 1933.

John Mark Anderson b. 1961 ­ d. 29 November 1983, s/o Edward Anderson & Dorcas Aline Kirby. (He shares tombstone with his parents). *See Edward Anderson Obt. *See Dorcas Aline (Kirby) Anderson Obt. Johnnie C. Anderson Obt. b. 4 February 1906, TN ­ d. 15 May 1921, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Frances Anderson White (Mrs. John White). *See Frances Anderson White buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Death of a Sweet Little Girl: Johnnie Anderson, the fifteen year old daughter of Mrs. John White died at her home on Oak Street last Sunday night, after a brief illness of pneumonia. Her remains were interered in the Cookeville cemetery Monday afternoon. Both the funeral and burial services were attended by a large concourse of friends and relatives of the family. The funeral was conducted at the Baptist church by Rev. Sam Edwards, and was a most beautiful and impressive service, being attended by the boys and girls of her grade at school, in a body, taking a part in the service of their beloved schoolmate, there by attesting to her deserved popularity among them. Johnnie was an exceptionally good Christian and a most amiable girl, and will be greatly missed in the circles of her school and Sunday school friends as well as at home which she helped to brighten by her sunny disposition and lovely character. She is survived by her mother, three brothers, and two sisters. Her brother, Peyton, came from Detroit to her bedside, arriving just before she breathed her last. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 19 May 1921. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist. Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 400 ­Francis Anderson is head of household, 35 yrs. old, TN, widow, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Howard W., 18 yrs. old; Lancy J. 17 yrs. old; James P., 11 yrs. old; Jude E., 8 yrs. old & Johnie C. Anderson, 5 yrs. old. All born in TN). Joyce Faye Anderson b. 4 September 1939 ­d. 4 September 1939, d/o Edward & Dorcas A. Anderson. *See Edward Anderson Obt. Lena Avo Anderson Obt. b. 8 November 1908, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 9 April 2003, Jackson Co., TN, d/o James Allman Anderson & Maggie Lou Whitson. *See James Allman Anderson Obt. *See Maggie Lou (Whitson) Anderson Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Lena Avo Anderson, 94, of Jackson County will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 12, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4:30-9 p.m. on Friday, April 11, at the funeral home. Miss Anderson died on Wednesday, April 9, 2003, at her residence. She was born on Nov. 8, 1908, in Jackson County to the late James (Jim) and Maggie Lou Whitson Anderson.

She was a member of Sycamore Church of Christ. Miss Anderson was a teacher for 43 years and retired in 1974. She attended Shiloh Elementary School and graduated from Cookeville Central High School. She earned her bachelor of science degree from Tennessee Polytechnic Institute and later a master's degree in English from Peabody College in Nashville. Miss Anderson taught students who later became ministers, teachers, lawyers, doctors, homemakers, farmers and business and professional people. She was an active member of the Cummins Mill Home Demonstration Club, American Association of Retired Persons, TTU Faculty Women's Club, Putnam County Retired Teachers Association, and National Education Association. Miss Anderson was a garden lover of vegetables and flowers. Her family includes a host of family members and friends. Pallbearers will be Hoke White, Noble Cody, Dr. Jack Johnson, Dr. Elijah Morgan Dudney, Joe Moore, Junior Palk and Durley McLarty. Bros. Johnny Fox and Glen McDoniel will officiate at the services. Published April 10, 2003 11:48 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Maggie Lou (Whitson) Anderson Obt. b. 25 September 1890, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 16 November 1976, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 9th of February 1908, Jackson Co., TN to James Allman Anderson, b. 12 July 1885 ­d. 27 March 1957, Putnam Co., TN. Maggie Lou (Whitson) Anderson, d/o Jerry M. Whitson & Oliva Hapole. *See James Allman Anderson Obt. *See Lena Avo Anderson Obt. Funeral services for Maggie Lou Anderson, 88, Rt. 4, Cookeville were held Thursday, November 18 at 1:00 at the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with interment in Cookeville City Cemetery. Bro. Denton Huddleston and Bro. O. L. Ransom Jr., officiated. A native of Putnam County, Mrs. Anderson was the daughter of Jerry M. and Oliva Hapole Whitson. She died November 16 at her home following an extended illness. Survivors include a daughter, Avo Anderson, Rt. 4, Cookeville and a host of nieces and nephews. Whitson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Friday, 19 November 1976. Margie R. (Gentry) Anderson b. 7 July 1923 ­d. 28 July 1943. `She Was The Sunshine Of Our Home' Marie (Ramsey) Anderson Obt. b. 6 October 1924 ­d. 15 July 1983, md on the 14th of November 1942, Putnam Co., TN to Billy Eugene " Bill" Anderson b. 28 December 1924, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 2 February 2005, Cookeville, TN, s/o Aasa " Acy"P. Anderson & Deliah Augusta Chaffin. Billy & Marie were divorced. Buried next to her is her son Roger Grady Anderson, b. 5 December 1950 ­ 5 December 1950. Marie (Ramsey) Anderson, d/o Porter Lee Ramsey & Cythie Stockton. *See Billy Eugene " Bill"Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Services for Mrs. Marie Anderson, 58, of Cookeville, were held at 1 p.m. Monday in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Bros. Logan Tilghman and Charles McCaskey officiating. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Anderson died Saturday in Warren County Hospital after an extended illness.

A native of Putnam County, she was the daughter of the late Porter Lee Ramsey Sr. and Cythie Stockton Ramsey. She is survived by two daughters, Kimbley Beth Anderson of Cookeville and Patricia Marie Twitchin of Houston, TX; four brothers, Porter Lee Ramsey of Cookeville, Elbert Ramsey of Manchester and Thomas Ramsey of Watertown; five sisters, Elva Langofrd, Beluah King, Katie Buckner, Lottie Phillips and Roxie Wilmoth, all of Cookeville; and a grandson, Scottie Lerskoss of CA. Whitson Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mary Jane (Brock) Anderson Obt. b. 8 July 1889, TN ­d. 4 June 1963, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 2nd of July 1913 to James Montgomery Anderson, b. 2 September 1887 ­d. 8 September 1965, s/o James Travis Anderson (1849-1929) & Mary Jane (Montgomery) Washburn (1849-1924). Mary Jane (Brock) Anderson, d/o Dr. William Lafayette Brock (1853-1928) of White Co., TN & Anna Eliza Saylors (1868-1931). *See James Montgomery Anderson Obt. Mrs. James Montgomery Anderson died Tuesday at her home on N. Jefferson Ave., after an illness of several weeks. Funeral services were today at the Collegeside Church of Christ of which she was a member. The minister Thomas Cook officiated and burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Anderson, the former Mary Jane Brock, was a daughter of Dr. W. R. and Mary Saylors Brock of White County. She was a member of pioneer families and received her education in the Sparta schools. She spent the greater part of her married life in Cookeville. Mrs. Anderson was a great lover of flowers and was noted for her culinary arts. She was a member of the Sewing and Garden Club, the Old Walton Road DAR Chapter and Cookeville Music Club. Survivors are her husband; 2 sons, James Anderson, Chattanooga, William Anderson, Cookeville, daughter, Mrs. Fred Human, Jr., Knoxville, and 3 sisters, Mrs. Mamie Sorrell of Sparta, who presently resides at the Anderson home, Mrs. Thomas B. Miller, Sparta, Mrs. M. N. Snodderly, Knoxville; 3 brothers, Bryan Brock, Akron, OH, C. L. Brock, Chattanooga & John Edward Brock, Leesburg, VA; 6 grandchildren, James, Carolyn & John Anderson, Chattanooga, Fred III, Bill, and Jim Human of Knoxville. Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home in charge. Herald Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 6 June 1963. (1900 census 9th Civil Dist., White Co., TN: Dwl: 251 ­William Brock is head of household, 46 yrs. old, b. June 1853, TN, Occupation: Physician, md 12 yrs. to Eliza A., 31 yrs. old, b. July 1868, TN, 6 children born, 6 children livng. Children: Mary J., 10 yrs. old, b. July 1889; Mamie, 9 yrs. old, b. January 1891; Annie M., 7 yrs. old, b. November 1892; Bessie, 5 yrs. old, b. 1894; William B., 3 yrs. old, b. July 1894 & Dempie Brock, 2 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: can' read the census record). t (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Sparta, TN: Dwl: 215-223 - William L. Brock is head of household, 56 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Physician General Practice, md 22 yrs. to Ann E., 41 yrs. old, TN, 7 children born, 7 children living. Children: Molly J., 20 yrs. old; Mamie, 19 yrs. old; Annie M., 17 yrs. old; Bessie, 15 yrs. old; William B., 13 yrs. old; Dempie, 11 yrs. old & Charles L. Brock, 8 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., White Co., TN: Dwl: 152-156 - William L. Brock is head of household, 66 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Manager General Farm, md to Anna E., 51 yrs. old, TN. Children: William B., 23 yrs. old; Dempie E., 21 yrs. old; Charles L., 17 yrs. old & John E. Brock, 8 yrs. old. All born in TN).

Mary Jane (Montgomery) Washburn Anderson Obt. b. 24 December 1849, TN - d. 13 June 1924, Putnam Co., TN, md 18th of July 1875 to James Travis Anderson, b. 3 February 1849, nr. Flynn' Lick, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 26 April 1929, Cookeville, TN, s/o s William Carroll Anderson (1819-1882) & Aletha Mumford Draper (1827-1901). Mary Jane (Montgomery) Washburn Anderson, d/o Hamilton Montgomery & Mary Jane Draper. *See James Travis Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Beloved Woman Passes Away: Mrs. Mary Anderson, wife of Jas. T. Anderson, died at her home in this city last Friday afternoon, after an illness of several weeks. She was about 75 years of age and was a member of the Church of Christ. She is survived by her husband and five children, Mrs. J. A. Drake and Jas. M. Anderson of this city, Joel H. Anderson of Knoxville, Oliver H. Anderson of Oneida, and Walter Anderson of Harriman. Funeral services were conducted at the home on Jefferson Street Saturday afternoon by J. Pettey Ezell, her pastor, a large crowd being present to pay their last respect to one who was beloved by all who knew her. The remains were laid to rest in the city cemetery, the many beautiful floral tributes covering the grave. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 16 June 1924 Noble Haskel Anderson Obt. b. 24 December 1906, TN ­d. 28 May 1957, Nashville, TN, md 1st on the 4th of August 1929, Putnam Co., TN to Lena (Leftwich) Anderson ­ md 2nd on the 20th of January 1957, Robertson Co., TN to Annie Vanatta (Weakley) Anderson. Noble Haskel Anderson, s/o Tony Anderson (1877-1961) & Mary Elizabeth Brown (1874-1949), both buried in the Robinson Ridge Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Lena (Leftwich) Anderson, b. 5 September 1908 ­ d. 17 April 1934, buried in the Robinson Ridge Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Anna Frances (Anderson) Fuqua Obt. in Crest Lawn Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. `He is not dead but sleeping' (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 11: Noble Anderson married 4 August 1929, Putnam Co., TN, age 22, address: Rt. 1, Baxter, TN to Lena Leftwich, age 20, address: Baxter, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: J. O. Leftwich). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 184: Noble Haskell Anderson married 20 January 1957, Robertson Co., TN, age 50, address: Nashville, TN to Annie Mai Weakley, age 47, address: Nashville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: blank). Funeral services for Mr. Nobel Haskel Anderson, 50, are to be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:00 from the Buckner Community Church with Rev. Alfred Smith officiating. Burial will be in the City Cemetery. Mr. Anderson, a resident of Nashville, died Monday night at the Vanderbilt Hospital. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Annie Vanatta Anderson of Nashville; 2 daughters, Mrs. Grover (Evelyn) Rodgers of Detroit, and Mrs. Lloyd (Frances) Fuqua of Willow Run, MI; his father, Tony Anderson of Baxter, Rt. 1; 4 brothers, Collie Anderson of Silver Point, Millard Anderson, Monroe Anderson and O. D. Anderson all of Baxter, Rt. 1; 1 half-brother, Lawrence Robinson of Baxter, Rt. 1; 5 grandchildren. Membership was held in the Fatherland Missionary Baptist Church. Whitson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: 30 May 1957

Nola (Nabors) Burris Anderson b. 20 February 1906 ­ d. 4 November 1987, md on the 5th of January 1938, Jackson Co., TN to William Johnson Burris, b. 14 October 1888, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 30 April 1941, s/o Samuel Burris & Mary E. Johnson. Nola then md Charles Anderson. Buried next to: Ila Jean Anderson, b. ? ­d. 26 May 1987 at the age of 56. *See Ila Jean Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Samuel Clay Burris Obt. *See William Johnson Burris buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (SS Death Index: Name: NOLA N ANDERSON Birth: 20 Feb 1906- Death: 04 Nov 1987- Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-09-0907, TN) (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 477: W. J. Burris married 5 January 1938, Jackson Co., TN to Nola Nabors). Oliver Hamilton Anderson Obt. b. 19 May 1876, Gainesboro, TN ­d. 26 September 1945, md on the 29th of December 1897, DeKalb Co., TN to Alberta (Avant) Anderson, b. 11 April 1880, TN ­ d. 16 December 1968. Oliver Hamilton Anderson, s/o James Travis Anderson (1849-1929) & Mary Jane (Montgomery) Washburn Anderson (1849-1924). *See James Travis Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mary Jane (Montgomery) Washburn Anderson Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, DeKalb Co., TN, pg. 265, #190: O. H. Anderson married 29 December 1897, DeKalb Co., TN to Alberta Avant). Funeral Services Sunday For Oliver H. Anderson: Oliver H. Anderson, 68, a former resident of this section of Tennessee died Wednesday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. P. Edwards, Durham, NC, following an extended illness. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at three o' clock at the Cookeville Church of Christ, with A. S. Landiss officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville Cemetery. The son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James T. Anderson, he was bron in Gainesboro. A graduate of Cumberland university, at Lebanon, he was engaged in the banking business at Monterey and in Sparta for several years. He served as president of the Oneida and Western Railraod and as superintendent of the Tennessee Stave and Lumber Company from about 1921 to 1927. He then moved to Arizona, where he was engaged in copper mining for a number of years, later moving to Nashville, where he resided for several years. He had made his home with Mrs. Edwards in Dunham for about the past three months. Since his retirement some six years ago he had resided in Florida and also had spent much time with Cookeville relatives. Mr. Anderson was a member of the Church of Christ. Surviving in addition to Mrs. Edwards, are his widow, Mrs. Birdie Avant Anderson, two other daughters, Mrs. W. M. Lee, of Akron, OH and Mrs. Warrne T. White, of Norfolk, VA; a son, O. H. Anderson, Jr., serving with the U. S. Army in the Pacific area; two brothers, Joel Anderson of Knoxville, and James Anderson, of Cookeville; a sister, Miss Mae Drake, also of Cookeville, several grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Honorary pallbearers were relatives and close friends, and serving as active pallbearers were the following nephews and cousins: James M. Anderson, Jr., Knoxville, Walter Drake, Cookeville; Quenton Evans, Liberty; Martin Draper Montgomery, Gainesboro; Dr. Marchbanks Anderson, Gallatin, and John and J. T. Anderson, of Cookeville.

Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, October 1945. Census Place: 1880 District 1, Jackson Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255264 National Archives Film T9-1264 Page 190B Dwl: 368 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Jas. T. ANDERSON Self M M W 31 TN Occ: Lawyer Fa: TN Mo: TN Mary J. ANDERSON Wife F M W 30 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN Oliver H. ANDERSON Son M S W 4 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Walter C. ANDERSON Son M S W 2 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Bennie R. WASHBURN SSon M S W 11 TN Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 525 ­George H. Morgan is head of household, 58 yrs. old. b. September 1841, TN, Occupation: Supervisor of SEN, md 14 yrs. to Mary E., 53 yrs. old. b. November 1846, TN, 0 children: Daniel H. Morgan, son, 30 yrs. old. b. May 1870, TN; Mary Lou Morgan, dau., 26 yrs. old. b. August 1873, TN & George E. Morgan, son, 21 yrs. old. b. June 1878, TN. Also living in the household: Nonnie Baker, boarder, 42 yrs. old, b. Novmeber 1857, KY, Occupation: Doctor; Oliver Anderson, boarder, 24 yrs. old. b. May 1876, TN, Occuaption: Lawyer md 2 yrs. to Alberta Anderson, boarder, 20 yrs. old. b. April 1880, TN, 1 child born, 1 child living. Child: Ara Anderson, 1 yr. old, b. November 1898, TN). (1920 census Civil Dist. 4, Scott Co., Oneida, TN; Dwl: 81 ­Oliver H. Anderson is head of household, 43 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: President Railroad, md to Alberta, 40 yrs. old, TN. Children: James, 17 yrs. old, TN; Mary, 10 yrs. old, TN & Oliver H. Anderson Jr., 5 yrs. old., TN. Also living in the household: Warren White, son-in-law, 24 yrs. old, SC, Occupation: Lumber Manf., md to Clora (sp) White, wife, 19 yrs. old, TN) Ruby Clara (Johnson) Anderson Obt. b. 7 April 1896 ­ d. 1 July 1983, md on the 24th of September 1913, Cookeville, TN to Vance Lee Anderson, b. August 22, 1893 ­ d. February 19, 1978, s/o Uriah Thomas Anderson & Maggie Olive Brown. Ruby (Johnson) Anderson, d/o Joseph Marion Johnson & Fannie Darwin. Joseph Marion Johnson, b. November 23, 1862 ­d. 6 July 1934 & Fannie Darwin Johnson, b. August 3, 1865 ­d. April 7, 1945. *See Vance Lee Anderson, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Mrs. Ruby Johnson Anderson of 279 Jere Whitson Road, Cookeville, will be held today at 3 p.m. in the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home, Cookeville. The widow of V. L. Anderson, Mrs. Anderson died at Cookeville General Hospital Friday (July 1, 1983) following an extended illness. She was 87. Members of her family include four daughters, Mrs. Earl Chaffin of Baxter, Mrs. Marie Clark of Gainesboro, Mrs. Roy Smith of Jamestown and Mrs. Don Stanford of Dickson, Tenn.; four sons, Bryan of Knoxville, Leo of Chattanooga, Paul of Hendersonville and David Anderson of Nashville; two sisters, Mrs. Ed Armstrong of Surgoinsville, Tenn., and Mrs. John L. Meadows of Cookeville; 14 grandchildren, an six great-grandchildren. Born in Jackson County, Mrs. Anderson was the daughter of the late Marion and Fannie Darwin Johnson. She was a member of the Church of Christ.

Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Officiating at today' services will be Bro. James Paul s Anderson. Active pallbearers will be Ethon Stanford, Todd Stanford, Frank Anderson, Steve Anderson, Scott Anderson, Dan Smith, Ronald Smith and Ricky Smith. Dyer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Colonel Stephen Bedford Anderson b. 29 June 1864, Flynn' Creek, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 8 March 1929, md on the 24th of September 1913, s Cookeville, TN to Dora Ann (Allison) Anderson, b. 2 September 1886, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 22 March 1971, Cookeville, TN, d/o Pleasant Julius Allison & Virginia C. Ensor. Colonel Stephen Bedford Anderson, s/o William Carroll Anderson (1819-1882) & Aletha Mumford Draper (1827-1901). Stephen Bedford Anderson was a banker and a farmer. (no children). *See James Travis Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Virginia C. (Ensor) Allison buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Dry Valley Rd., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 435 ­ S. B. Anderson is head of household, 55 yrs. old, TN md to Dora, 33 yrs. old. Living in the household: Frankie M. Anderson, niece, 20 yrs. old, CA, (father born in TN, mother, CA). Vance Lee Anderson b. 22 August 1893 ­ d. February 19, 1978, md on the 24th of December 1915 to Ruby Clara (Johnson) Anderson, b. 7 April 1896 ­d. 1 July 1983, d/o Joseph Marion Johnson & Fannie Darwin. Vance Lee Anderson, s/o Uriah Thomas Anderson, b. December 23, 1893 ­d. October 29, 1937 and Maggie Olive Brown Anderson, b. 19 August 1862 ­ d. August 22, 1936. Joseph Marion Johnson, b. November 23, 1862 ­ d. 6 July 1934 & Fannie Darwin Johnson, b. August 3, 1865 ­d. April 7, 1945. The Andersons lived in the Dry Fork Community. *See Ruby Clara (Johnson) Anderson Obt. Vance attended Pleasant Hill Academy in Cumberland county and Dixie College in Cookeville. He played football for Dixie College, which startred a lifelong love of sports. He was a farmer and served as Tax Assessor for Jackson County. The Anderson' were members of the Forks of the Creek Church of Christ. s In 1949 the family moved to Putnam County where Vance contined to farm until his retirement in 1960. Vance and Ruby spent their retirement years living on Jere Whitson Road in Cookeville. They were avid gardeners and followed all local and state sports activities. At their deaths they were buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. The Anderson had 9 children. These children were: (1) Madge Lee Anderson, b. December 16, 1916 ­ d. May 25 1985. She first married Cordell Ragland who died in 1946. She later married Earl Chaffin (2) Marie Johnson Anderson, b. September 6, 1918 married Willard Clark. (3) Thurman Bryan Anderson, b. November 15, 1920 married Ruth Bowman. (4) Ruby Nell Anderson, b. June 23, 1927 married Roy Davis Smith. (5) Leo Douglas Anderson, b. February 23, 1929 married Gay Pennington. (6) Paul Richmond Anderson, b. July 6, 1932 married Helen Heady. (7) Helen Virginia Anderson, b. November 19, 1934 married Don Stanford. (8) David Wendell Anderson, b. February 19, 1937 married Peggy Stout. (9) Nancy Carolyn Anderson, b. September 22, 1939 ­ d. December 23, 1939. Buried in the Richmond Cemetery. Walter B. Anderson Obt. b. 5 July 1929, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 23 June 2007, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md Gladys (Boyd) Anderson. Walter B. Anderson, s/o Aasa " Acy" Pleasant Anderson (1887-1967) & Deliah Augusta Chaffin (1888-1937). *See Billy " Bill"Anderson Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Walter B. Anderson, 77, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, June 25, at Cookeville City Cemetery, with military honors by the Sons of the Confederate Veterans.

The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. today, Sunday, June 24, at Cookeville Funeral Home. Mr. Anderson died Saturday, June 23, 2007, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born July 5, 1929, in Putnam County to the late Asa and Delia Chaffin Anderson. He was employed in the maintenance department with Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ, where he was an active member. Mr. Anderson was also active in the VFW, American Legion and Sons of the Confederate Veterans. His family includes his wife of 60 years, Gladys Boyd Anderson of Cookeville; two sons and a daughterin-law, Ronald and Kim Anderson, and Myron Anderson, all of Cookeville; a sister and brother-in-law, Rosella and Edward B. Smith of Cookeville; a brother and sister-in-law, Everett and Grace Anderson of Florida; two grandchildren, Matthew Houston and Justin Kindrick, both of Cookeville; and several nieces and nephews. Pictured: Walter B. Anderson and his wife Gladys (Boyd) Anderson. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by seven brothers, Clay, Luther, Miles, Dillard, Bill, Edgar and Edward Anderson; and two sisters, Louella Tallant and Ethel Bruner. Bro. Buddy Johnson will officiate at the services. Published June 23, 2007 2:06 PM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN *See Chapter 3: http://www.ajlambert.com William Grover Anderson Sr. Obt. b. 24 March 1889, Putnam Co., TN - d. 26 March 1970, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 22nd of July 1915, Putnam Co., TN to Lillian (Lee) Anderson, b. 21 November 1889, TN ­d. 4 July 1925, TN, d/o Thomas Jefferson Lee (1834-1923) & Tennessee Stanton (1851-1906). William Grover Anderson, s/o Lewis Monroe Anderson (1867-1935) & Matilda " Tildy" Isabelle Wallace (1872-1956), both buried in the Smellage Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Thomas Jefferson Lee & Tennessee Stanton both buied in the Maddux Cemetery, Martin' Creek, Putnam Co., TN. s Children of William Grover & Lillian (Lee) Anderson: William Grover Anderson Jr. (1917-1966) md Francis Eadley/Fraidley & Joe Lee Anderson (1923-1987) md Myrtle Eugenia Woodford. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 272, #1082: W. G. Anderson married 22 July 1915, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Lillian Lee. By whom married: J. A. Harris). William Grover Anderson Sr. siblings are: Ollie Lamby Anderson (1896-1988) md Warner Miller Julian (1888-1964); Audra C. Anderson (1899-1990) md Virgil Timothy Denny (1884-1949); Micheal Martelia " Telia"Anderson (1891-1951) md Ernest Medley (1885-1967); Addie Anderson (1902-1976) md Preston Steward Gill (1901-1967); Eldra Anderson (1909-1981) md Floyd Witherson Shanks (1906-1990) & John Byrd Anderson (1893-1894). *See Audra Camilla (Anderson) Denny Obt. *See Virgil Timothy Denny Obt. *See Micheal Martelia " Telia"(Anderson) Medley Obt. *See Ernest Medley Obt.

*See Floyd Witherson Shanks Obt. *See Eldra (Anderson) Shanks Obt. William Grover Anderson, 81, died Thursday at Master' Nursing Home on the Algood Road, following a s long illness. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at 2:00 at the chapel of Hooper ­Huddleston Funeral Home with Rev. Andrew Albert officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Anderson was a native of Putnam County, the son of the late Lewis and Matilda Wallace Anderson and was reared in the Silver Point ­Baxter area. His wife whose death occurred several years ago was the former Lillian Lee also from Putnam County. Mr. Anderson was once a merchant of Baxter, was a chairman of the Putnam County School Board and for a number of years served as a trustee of Baxter Seminary. He served as representative at large in the Tennessee Legislature for some years, and was instrumental in getting various appropriations for Tennessee Tech during its initial year. He also held the position as secretary of the Putnam Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Anderson was a Mason. The Excelsior Lodge of Baxter conducted a service in his memory Friday night at the funeral home. Survivors are a son Joe Lee Anderson, Washington D.C.; 4 sisters, Mrs. Addie Gill, Cookeville, Mrs. Audra Denny of Silver Point, Mrs. Floyd Shanks of Silver Point, and Mrs. Ollie Julian, Baxter, and a grandson, and 2 grandchildren. Herald ­Citizen, Cookeville, TN: March 30, 1970. Source: A History of Putnam County Tennessee by Walter S. McClain, pg. 140: William Grover Anderson, born in Boma, Tenn., March 24, 1889. Married Miss Lillian Lee, July 22, 1915. Engaged in wholesale and retail hardward. He has built several large business houses at Baxter. Has been Mayor of Baxter. He is a member of the County Board of Education, a member of all the branches of masonry and devoted member of the Baptist Church. Mr. Anderson is one of Baxter' most valuable citizens. s Source: Biographical Directory of the Tennessee General Assembly ­ Vol. III 1901 ­ 1931 by Ilene J. Cornwell with research by Verla S. Hodges ­ published by The Tennessee Historical Commission, Nashville ­1988. Anderson, William Grover (1889 ­1970) HOUSE, 65th, 66th, and 76th General Assemblies, 1927 ­1931, 1949 ­1951; representing Putnam County; Democrat. Born March 24, 1889, in Boma, Putnam County; son of Louis and Matilda (Wallace) Anderson; extent of education not known. Married July 21, 1915, to Lilliam Lee; names of children, if any, not found. His occupations included farmer, merchant, and businessman in Baxter and Cookeville, both in Putnam County; general secretary, Putnam County Chamber of Commerce. Served as mayor of Baxter; member county board of education; member Baptist Church; Free and Accepted Masons, 32nd degree, Scottish Rite, York Rite, Order of the Mystic Shine. Died March 26, 1970 in Cookeville; buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Capt. William Lafayette Anderson b. 16 March 1918, (William L. Anderson, US Coast Guard 1942-1946 WWII). `Salt Water Sailor'

Michael Doyle Andrews b. 30 August 1973 ­d. 30 August 1973, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Jerry Doyle Andrews. Ethel (Powers) Angel Obt. b. 7 May 1914, White Co., TN ­d. 12 May 2004, Sparta, TN, md James C. Angel. Ethel (Powers) Angel, d/o Watson Powers & Nora Lee. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Ethel Powers Angel, 90, of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, May 15, at Cookeville First Baptist Church. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-9 p.m. today, Friday, May 14, at Whitson Funeral Home. Mrs. Angel died on Wednesday, May 12, 2004, at Life Care Center of Sparta. She was born on May 7, 1914, in White County to the late Watson and Nora Lee Powers. Mrs. Angel was a homemaker and a lifelong member of Cookeville First Baptist Church. Her family includes a son and daughter-in-law, Jim and Sharon Angel of Cookeville; two grandchildren, Jeff Angel of Newport and Jonathan Angel of Sparta; and four great-grandchildren, James, Emma, Sullivan and Jacob Angel. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, James C. Angel; two brothers, Douglas and Tootie Powers; and a sister, Helen Vaughn. Pallbearers will be Doug, Mike and Curt Powers, Donnie Smith, Earl Maddux and Danny Sullivan. Bros. Adkisson and Charlie Hutchinson will officiate at the services. Published May 14, 2004 10:15 AM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Elsie (Bunda) Anvender Obt. b. 10 March 1905, Chicago, IL ­d. 20 August 1999, Cookeville, TN, md Louis Anvender. Elsie (Bunda) Anvender, d/o Adam & Margaret Bunda. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Elsie Anvender, 94, of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Sat., Aug. 28, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Homes. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 10 a.m. until time of services at 2 p.m. at the funeral home. Mrs. Anvender died on Fri., Aug. 20, 1999, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center, following an extended illness. She was born on March 10, 1905, in Chicago, Ill., to the late Adam and Margaret Bunda. Her family includes a daughter and son-in-law, Geraldine and Robert Hagens of Cookeville; a sister, Anna Napravnik of Chicago; four granddaughters, Sharon Phipps, Sharlene Yancey of Arizona, Rhonda Strobel and Linda Haney of Florida; a grandson, Ernest Carlock of Florida; four stepgrandsons, Michael, Dale, Raymond and Brian Hagens of Michigan; and a stepgranddaughter, Donna Sudck of Michigan; 12 greatgrandchildren; six stepgreat-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren; and one stepgreat-greatgrandchild.

In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband, Louis Anvender; a granddaughter, Christine Burton; and a stepgrandson, Robert E. Hagens. Pallbearers will be Bob and Dale Hagens, Merritt and Chuck Napravnik and Henry Malliet. Rev. Steven Lencse will officiate at the services. Published August 26, 1999 10:24 AM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Charlie B. Apple b. 6 October 1899 ­ d. 27 October 1974, md on the 12th of August 1923, Putnam Co., TN to Beulah F. (Buck) Apple, b. 25 December 1899, TN ­d. 4 February 1994, d/o William & Vona A. Buck. Charlie B. Apple, s/o James & Mary Apple. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 181, #1984: Charlie Apple married 12 August 1923, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Beulah Buck. By whom married: W. B. Gentry). (SS Death Index: Name: BEULAH F APPLE Birth: 25 Dec 1899- Death: 04 Feb 1994­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 370-26-6625, MI) (1900 census 17th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 149 ­James Apple is head of household, 38 yrs.old, b. August 1861, TN, md 17 yrs. to Mary, 32 yrs. old., b. June 1867, TN, 6 children born, 6 children living. Children: Vervilla, 15 yrs. old., b. June 1884; Ethal, 13 yrs. old., b. December 1886; Isaac, 11 yrs. old., b. March 1889; Nevada, 4 yrs. old., b. July 1895; Othela, 3 yrs. old., b. December 1896 & Charley Apple, 6/12 yrs. old., b. November 1899. All born in TN). (1900 census 7th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 53 ­William Buck is head of household, 22 yrs. old, b. January 1878, TN, md 3 yrs. to Vona A., 18 yrs. old, b. February 1882, TN, 1 child born, 1 child living. Child: Beulah F. Buck, 1 yr. old, b. December 1898, TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 167 ­ James Apple is head of household, 49 yrs. old, TN md 28 yrs. to Marry J., 52 yrs. old, TN, 7 children born, 7 children living. Children: Ethel E., 23 yrs. old, widow; Nevada, 14 yrs. old; Othello, 13 yrs. old; Charlie B., 10 yrs. old & Marry A. Apple, 9 yrs. old. All born in TN). Clifton S. Apple b. 11 March 1895 ­d. 6 May 1976, (Pvt. US. Army WWI) md to Leath Ann (Brown) Apple, b. 3 October 1897 ­d. 6 June 1990. Needham Apple Obt. Uncle Need Apple died this morning, July 29, 1903, at the residence of his son-in-law, Dr. Chilcutt in West Cookeville, after a long illness. He was in his 85th year, ailments incident to old age causing his death. The funeral will be from the house at 2 o'clock Thursday, and interment at the Cookeville cemetery. Putnam County Herald 29 July 1903, Vol. I, No. 25, Page 8. 28th TENNESSEE INFANTRY CSA · · · Entered military as Sergeant and left as a Sergeant Enlisted 7 Sep 1861 at Camp Zollicoffer 16 Oct 1861: Discharged at Gainesboro

Born: 1810 in Orange County, North Carolina Died: 29 July 1903 in Putnam County, Tennessee Buried: Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam County, Tennessee Parents: Possibly George and Mary (Unknown) Apple Married: Elizabeth "Betsy" Unknown (Elizabeth Apple Holford) Born: about 1815 in Tennessee Died: between 1870 - 1880 in Jackson County, Tennessee Buried: Parents: Children: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. George Apple Zerilda Apple Garrett Apple Matthew Apple Martha Apple Ellen Apple Louisa Apple Louella Apple

http://www.tngenes.net/military/cw/pcindex.html Pauline G. " Polly"(Burchette) Apple Obt. b. 5 January 1933 ­d. 25 July 1999, Cookeville, TN, md on the 8th of June 1963, Putnam Co., TN to Rev. Leonard Apple, b. 7 February 1923. (SS Death Index: Name: APPLE, PAULINE G ­Birth: 05 Jan 1933-Death: 25 Jul 1999- Last Residence (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (Lincoln Park, Wayne, MI) ­SSN: 414-48-4029, TN) (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 204: Leonard Apple married 8 June 1963, Putnam Co., TN, age 40, b. 7 February 1923, address: Box 41, Baxter, TN to Pauline Burchett, age 30, address: Rt. 2, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: J.T, Gentry, Rt. 2, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Pauline G. " Polly" Apple, 66, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Tues., July 27, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. today, Mon., July 26, at the funeral home. Mrs. Apple died on Sun., July 25, 1999, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Her family includes her husband, Rev. Leonard Apple; a son and daughter-in-law, Rick and Jane Burchett of Cookeville; a daughter and son-in-law, Deborah and Kenneth Jones of Hermitage; three sisters and two brothers-in-law, Willodene and Rev. Bob Peek, Elise and Rev. John Shepherd and Joann Harrod; sisters-inlaw, Mildred and Bill Creech and Louise and Marvin Moss; four grandchildren; and six stepchildren. Music will be provided by Bro. Mike Byrum. Rev. Ray Brown will officiate at the services.

Published July 26, 1999 2:31 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Sallie J. Apple Obt. b. 3 February 1877 ­d. 25 March 1907, d/o Rev. William Apple. APPLE, SALLIE: The community was shocked last Monday when word reached here from Nashville that Miss Sallie Apple was dead, and with hushedvoice the sad news was given from neighbor to neighbor. Miss Apple had gone to Nashville several weeks go, and was taken sick. About a week ago she began to improve, and it was supposed that in a short time she would be again in her usual health. Such was not to be, however, for on Monday her condition suddenly changed for the worse, and in a few hours, her pure spirit took its flight to God. Her remains were brought to this city on the Monday night shopping train and the funeral was held from the family residence on Tuesday afternoon, the services being conducted by Elder Jesse Walling, burial being at the City Cemetery. The funeralwas perhaps the most largely attended in the history of the town. Miss Apple had been in charge of the millinery department at Whitson Bros, for several years and was an accomplished millinier and successful business woman. She was a truly popular young woman, possessing to an unusual degree all those feminine graces and charms men adore and women love. Hers was a most lovable character, and in consequence her friends were legion. Cookeville had lost one of its most gracious and charming daughters. She was a daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Wm. Apple of this city, who with several sisters and one brother, W. H. Apple of Nashville, survive her. To the bereaved family the Herald extends the heartfelt (sic) sympathy of our entire population in their hour of great sorrow. APPLE -- At the home of her sister, Mrs. W. L. Lewis, in Nashville, Tenn., on Monday, March 25, 1907, Miss Sallie Apple, aged 29 years. [Date 3/27/1907, Vol. V, No. 4, Page 4] Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN *APPLE, SALLIE: Resolutions of Sympathy -- Whereas, Death, which is ever abroad in the land claiming both old and young, has called at the parental home of Neighbor H. W. Apple and taken away his sister, Miss Sallie Apple, and Whereas, . . . Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: [Date 4/17/1907, Vol. V, No. 7, Page 1] Tim O. Apple Obt. *See Walter Benton Apple buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. T. O. Apple, 77, died in Nashville Sunday. He had been in failing health for the past five years. He professed faith in Christ at an early age and united with the Cumberland Presbyterain Church. In 1920 he moved this membership to the Cookeville church. Mr. Apple was a member of the Smith County Bar for ten years, later moving to Cookeville, where he practiced until his health failed him. He is survived by two children; Walter Apple and ida Apple, of Cookeville. Another son, Leo, preceded him in death some years ago. Two sisters, Mrs. Mollie Jenkins and Jane Draper, also survive. Funeral services were held at the home of Walter Apple Monday by the rev. P. I. Ramsey, assisted by the Rev. H. H. Goodpasture, pastor of the Cookeville C. P. Church. Burial was in the City Cemetery. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 13 October 1932 Walter Benton Apple b. 10 September 1890, TN ­ d. 19 October 1964, md on the 21st of November 1917, Putnam Co., TN to Edna Lee (Cooper) Apple, b. 4 June 1895, TN ­ d. 27 January 1989. Walter Benton Apple, s/o Tim & Bettie Apple. *See Tim O. Apple Obt. *See David Elbert Patton buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 407, #1614: Walter B. Apple married 21 November 1917, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Edna Lee Cooper. By whom married: Rev. W. B. Gentry)

(1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 282 ­ Tim Apple is head of household, 50 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Lawyer General Practice, md to Bettie, 49 yrs.old, TN, 3 children born, 2 children living. Children: Walter Apple, 19 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Foreman Sawmill. Also living in the household: Elizabeth Apple, mother, 77 yrs. old, TN, (parents born born in NC), widow, 6 children born, 5 children living, Occupation: Own Income). (1900 census 19th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 230 ­Nathan Cooper is head of household, 57 yrs. old, b. January 1843, TN, md 35 yrs. to Martha, 57 yrs. old, b. December 1842, TN, 9 children born, 6 children living. Children: Hettie, 30 yrs. old, b. December 1869; Catharine, 23 yrs. old, b. August 1876; Lavina E., 21 yrs. old, b. August 1878; Avo, 19 yrs. old, b. October 1880; Nathan G., 17 yrs. old, b. September 1882 & Edna Cooper, granddaughter, 5 yrs. old, b. June 1894. All born in TN). (1910 census 19th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 204 ­Nathaniel Cooper is head of household, 29 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Carpenter House, md to Pearl M., 21 yrs. old, TN, no children. Living in the household: Martha A. Cooper, mother, 66 yrs. old, TN, 47 yrs md, 9 children born, 4 children living. Hettie I. Cooper, sister, 41 yrs. old, TN). (1910 census 19th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 204 ­ David E. Patton is head of household, 46 yrs.old, TN, Occuaption: Sawyer Saw Mill, md to Verna L., 32 yrs. old, TN, 1 child born, 1 child living. Child: Elbert L. Patton, 1 yr. old, TN. Also living in the household: Edna F. Cooper, niece, 15 yrs. old, TN). Linda Carol (Walker) Armel b. 29 September 1941 - d. 20 September 1999, d/o Willie " Bill"Thurlow Walker & Sadie L. Roberts. *See Sadie L. (Roberts) Walker Obt. Fannie Combs Arnold b. 3 November 1870 ­ 12 September 1874, d/o Jesse Arnold & Lean Brown. d. *See Jesse Arnold Obt. Fred Merrill Arnold Obt. b. 21 January 1914 ­d. 13 December 2002, Cookeville, TN, md Esta Brooks Arnold. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Fred Merrill Arnold, 88, of Cookeville will be held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 17, at the Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 16, at the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Mr. Arnold died on Friday, Dec. 13, 2002, at his home. He was born January 21, 1914. Mr. Arnold was a professional musician and was associated with several bands including the Ted Weems Band. He and his local band played at Nick's Restaurant for a number of years. He was a former police officer in Akron, Ohio, and during WWII was an Army flight instructor for the 63rd Flight Training Detachment. His family includes his wife, Esta Brooks Arnold; a step-daughter, Carolyn Barton of Cookeville; a stepson, Gary Garrett of Tampa, Fla.; and two nephews: Lt. Col. Charles Arnold and David Arnold, both of Akron.

In addition to his parents, Mr. Arnold was preceded in death by his son, Larry Arnold; and a brother, Charles Arnold, former Fire Chief for the Akron Fire Department. Mr. O.C. Cummings will deliver the eulogy. Published December 14, 2002 4:15 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Jesse Arnold Obt. b. 4 February 1847, TN ­d. 6 November 1912, md Lee Ann (Brown) Arnold, b. 17 August 1853, TN ­d. 18 February 1940. Jesse Arnold, s/o Capt. Jesse & Letitia Ann Arnold. *See Lee Ann (Brown) Arnold Obt. *See Letitia Ann Arnold buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Oren Edward Cameron buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Jackson Lee Epperson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Dr. James McDonald Goodpasture buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. ARNOLD, JESSE: Jesse Arnold, one of Putnam county's most prominent and highly esteemed citizens, died Wednesday evening, after a gnliering (sic) illness, at his home in this city. He was 67 years old and until four years ago, when his health failed, he was a robust man. He served 12 years as clerk and master of the Chancery court of this county and six years as county judge. He organized the Bank of Cookeville and was its president for 20 years. He was mayor of Cookeville for several terms and was one of the most public spirited and progressive citizen this county ever had. Mr. Arnold had been a ruling elder in the Presbyterian church of this city for 35 years and for more than 30 years had been secretary of its Sunday school. He was a pillar in his church and one of the leading Presbyterian laymen of the state, having often been a commissioner to the general assembly of the church. In his donations to his church and its enterprises and to all charitable and educational calls he was exceedingly liberal. He was a Mason of high degree and greatly attached to this order. Mr. Arnold is survived by his wife and four married daughters -- Mrs. C. E. Wilson and Mrs. Oren Edward Cameron of this city, Mrs. Jackson Lee Epperson of Algood and Mrs. Hamilton Wilson of Lebanon, and two sisters, Mrs. Ova Goodpasture and Mrs. Avo Douglass of Cookeville. He also has a larger number of other relatives in Cookeville. His funeral service will be conducted at the Presbyterian church tomorrow afternoon and his remains interred at the city cemetery. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN:[Date 11/7/1912, Vol. X, No. 45, Page 3] (1850 census 13th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 209 ­ Letitia Arnold is head of household, VA. Children: Ova, 11 yrs. old; Avo, 7 yrs. old & Jesse Arnold, 4 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1870 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 8 ­Jessee Arnold is head of household, 24 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Lawyer, md to Lean, 17 yrs. old, TN) Census Place: 1880 Source: Dwl: 2 Jesse ARNOLD Occ: Lean ARNOLD District 1, Putnam Co, TN FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Marr M Fa: RI M Mo: TN S Mo: TN S Mo: TN S Mo: TN Race W Mo: VA W W W W Age 34 28 6 4 7

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Lee Ann (Brown) Arnold Obt. b. 17 August 1853, Overton Co., TN ­d. 18 February 1940, md Judge Jesse Arnold, b. 4 February 1847, TN ­ d. 6 November 1912, s/o Capt. Jesse & Letitia Ann Arnold. Lee Ann (Bown) Arnold, d/o John Brown. *See Jesse Arnold buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Jackson Lee Epperson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Funeral Services For Mrs. Lee Ann Arnold, 86, Held Here On Monday: Funeral services for Mrs. Lee Ann Arnold, 86, widow of Judge Jesse Arnold, who died Sunday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lee Epperson in Algood after an illness of several days, were held Monday afternoon at the First Presbyterian Church here, the Rev. J. T. Majors, the Rev. Robert Jones, and the Rev. L. T. Lawrence officiating. Burial was in the City Cemetery. She had been a resident of Cookeville since childhood. She was the oldest member of the First Presbyterina Church here in which she had been an active member for more than 70 years. Her husband was a member of the Cookeville Bar and was Clerk and Master of this county for 14 years. He was a member of the County Court for many years and served as chairman of the court before the office of county judge was created. He organized the Bank of Cookeville, Putnam County' first bank, and s served as its president for over 20 years. He served as Mayor of Cookeville from 1903 to 1907. His death occurred in 1912. Mrs. Arnold was the oldest member of the Order of the Eastern Star in this section and was one of the oldest members in the state. Besides Mrs. Epperson, she is survived by two other daughters, Mrs. O. E. Cameron of Cookeville and Mrs. Hamilton Wilson of Algood; eight grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 22 February 1940. DC Certificate Number: 4328 Deceased Name: Mrs. Lee Ann Arnold Date of Birth: 17 Aug 1853 Place of Birth: Overton County Date of Death: 18 Feb 1940 Father: John Brown Place of Birth: Overton County Mother: Unknown Place of Birth: Unknown Spouse: Jessie Arnold Cemetery: City Cemetery 1860 census 1st Dist., Oakhill post office, Overton Co., TN Dwl: 1082 John Brown 27 M Farmer TN Leean Brown 6 F TN William Brown 5 M TN 1900 census 2nd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN Dwl: 414 Family: 424 Jessie Arnold Head 54 M W b. February 1846 M1 (31 yrs. md) Bank President TN RI VA Lee Ann Arnold Wife 46 F W b. August 1853 M1 (31 yrs. md) (4 children born, 4 children living) TN TN TN Nellie Arnold Dau 20 F W b. September 1879 Single Music Teacher TN TN TN Bessie Arnold Dau 12 F W b. May 1888 Single At School TN TN TN

Letitia Ann Arnold b. 25 March 1809, VA ­d. 17 July 1893. *See Jesse Arnold Obt. (1850 census 13th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 209 ­ Letitia Arnold is head of household, VA. Children: Ova, 11 yrs. old; Avo, 7 yrs. old & Jesse Arnold, 4 yrs. old. All born in TN). Census Place: 1880 District 1, Putnam Co, TN Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 77A Dwl: 8 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Ava DOUGLASS Self F W W 38 Occ: Keeping House Fa: RI Mo: VA C.A. DOUGLASS Son M S W 17 Occ: Student Fa: TN Mo: TN Sallie DOUGLASS Dau F S W 13 Occ: Student Fa: TN Mo: TN J.M. DOUGLASS Son M S W 9 Occ: Student Fa: TN Mo: TN John R. DOUGLASS Son M S W 6 Fa: TN Mo: TN L.A. ARNOLD Mother F W 71 Fa: VA Mo: VA

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Albert Ashburn Obt. b. 1 September 1945, Silver Point, TN ­ d. 26 August 2006, Cookeville, TN, md Alta Lorene (Mahan) Ashburn. Albert Ashburn, s/o John C. Ashburn & Marey Dunn. *See Note: Mildred (Ashburn) Gammill Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Albert Ashburn, 80, of Baxter, will be held Wednesday, Aug. 30, at 2 p.m. at Crest Lawn Funeral Home. Burial will be in Crest Lawn Memorial Cemetery. Family will receive friends Tuesday, Aug. 29, from 4-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Mr. Ashburn died Saturday, Aug. 26, 2006, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born Sept. 1, 1945, in Silver Point to the late John and Mary Dunn Ashburn. Mr. Ashburn was employed as a factory worker at Georgia Boot Company and Acme Boot Company for many years. He also ran a grocery store for more than 10 years. He married his wife of 61 years, Alta Lorene Mahan Ashburn of Baxter, on July 1, 1945. In addition to his wife, his family includes a daughter and son-in-law, Peggy Sue and T.J. Gambrell of Baxter; three sons and two daughters-in-law, James Lynn and Janice Ashburn of Gainesboro, Edwin Jerome Ashburn of Baxter and Albert Wayne and Sharon Ashburn of Baxter; two brothers and a sister-inlaw, Roosevelt Ashburn of Baxter and Alfred and Faye Ashburn of Cookeville; four sisters and two brothers-in-law, Melba Allison of Detroit, Mich., Mildred Gammill of Baxter, Rose and Orby Goff of Cookeville and Clara Nell and Carlen Thomas of Baxter; six grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. In addition to his parents, Mr. Ashburn was preceded in death by a sister, Betty Sue Ashburn. Pastor Frank Davis will officiate the services.

Published August 28, 2006 1:05 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN *Note: Mildred (Ashburn) Gammill Obt. b. 29 April 1928, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 21 June 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md Jim Gammill. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Mildred Gammill, 84, of Baxter, will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 24, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 4-8 p.m. on Saturday, June 23, and from noon until time of services on Sunday at the funeral home. Mrs. Gammill passed away on Thursday, June 21, 2012, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born April 29, 1928, in Putnam County to the late John C. Ashburn and Mary Dunn Ashburn. Mrs. Gammill loved her family, working in her flowers and watching the hummingbirds. She attended Boiling Springs Baptist Church. While living in Michigan, Mildred was a member of the Eastern Star. Her family includes her children, Ernest Dunn of Marine City, Mich., Reva J. Goodman of Baxter, Jim (Marie) Gammill of Winston Salem, N.C., Laura Addis of Clinton Township, Mich., and Janice Lee Nowak of Old Hickory; 11 grandchildren, Kelly, Bill, Lisa, Debbie, Ernie, Madison, Haley, Chelsie, Tyler, Gabrielle and Paul; 11 great-grandchildren, Cody, Billy Jr., Alisha, Jesalyn, Levi, Kayla, Kristen, Alaina, Quinn, Liam and Ashley; two great-great-grandchildren, Owen and Finley; two brothers and a sister-inlaw, Roosevelt Ashburn of Baxter and Alfred and Faye Ashburn of Cookeville; a sister-in-law, Lorene Ashburn of Baxter; and three sisters and two brothers-in-law, Melba Allison of Detroit, Mich., Rose and Orby Goff of Cookeville and Nell and Carlyn Thomas of Baxter. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Jim Gammill; a brother, Albert Ashburn; a sister, Betty Sue Ashburn; a sister-in-law, Marylou Ashburn; and a son-in-law, Freddie Goodman. Memorial gifts may be made to the Women's Breast Cancer Center and the Pink Ribbon of Hope at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Bro. Tracy Gross will officiate at the services. Dyer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (931) 526-7158. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 22 June 2012. Ernest Cecil Ashburn b. 28 September 1900 ­ d. 7 October 1986, md 1921 to Mary Frances (Carr) Ashburn, b. 7 January 1904, DeKalb Co., TN ­ d. 20 October 1977. They had a daughter named Reba Ashburn who md Lester John Elrod. They had a son named James Carlon Ashburn who died during the invasion of Iwo Jimo. *See James Carlon Ashburn buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mary Frances (Carr) Ashburn Obt. *See Reba (Ashburn) Elrod Obt. buried in Crest Lawn Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. James Carlon Ashburn Report b. 10 March 1926, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 7 March 1945, (4th Marine Div., Iwo Jima), s/o Ernest Cecil Ashburn & Mary Carr. Pvt. James C. Ashburn Dies Of Wounds at Iwo Jima:

Pvt. James C. Ashburn, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Ashburn, of the Nashville Road, Cookeville, has died of wounds sustained while on combat dury at Iwo Jima, in the Pacific Theatre of War according to information received from the War Department. With the U. S. Marines, Pvt. Ashvurn has been in the service since May, 1944. Following his training at Parris Island, SC, he reported for foreign service in September. He attended Central High School here and prior to his induction, was engaged in defense work. In addition to his parents an only sister, Miss Reba Ashburn, of Cookeville, also survives. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 12 April 1945. Source: Heritage of Putnam County Tennessee ­ 2008 by Putnam County Heritage Book Committee and County Heritage Inc. (James Carlon Ashburn (#939) Pgs. 333 & 334 - James Carlon Ashburn, b. 10 March 1926 in the 8th District of Putnam Co., TN. He was the second child of Ernest Cecil and Mary Carr Ashburn. He grew up on a farm with his sister Reba. Carlon attended the local schools. He joined the Marines probably at 17 years of age. He was killed on 7 March 1945 three days before his nineteenth birthday. He was with the Fourth Marine Division during the invasion of Iwo Jimo. His body was brought home and buried in the Cookeville City Cemetery. He paid the ulitimate price for our freedom. Story submitted by: Caroly Ashburn Adcock, cousin, 1283 Jefferson Road, Smithville, TN 37166. Mary Frances (Carr) Ashburn Obt. b. 7 January 1904, DeKalb Co., TN ­ d. 20 October 1977, md 1921 to Ernest Cecil Ashburn, b. 28 September 1900 ­d. 7 October 1986. *See Ernest Cecil Ashburn buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Ashburn, 73, were conducted from the Chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home Saturday, Oct. 22, with Ken Osborne officiating. Mrs. Ashburn died Oct. 20 in the local hospital. She was a native of DeKalb County. Survivors include her husband, Ernest C. Ashburn, one daughter, Mrs. Lester Elrod of Cookeville, two grandsons, three sisters, Mrs. Ollie Ashburn and Mrs. Lillie Atnip of Smithville, Tenn., Mrs. Josie Pack, Athens, Ala. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Robert Cantrell Ashburn b. 11 September 1883 ­ d. May 1964, md on the 4th of September 1910, Overton Co., TN to Easter Frances (Tuder) Ashburn, b. 9 October 1888 ­d. 23 December 1941. (SS Death Index: Name: ROBERT ASHBURN - Birth: 11 Sep 1883 -Death: May 1964-Last Residence (Tennessee) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 408-26-9597, TN) (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Overton Co., TN, pg. 448, #582: Robert Ashburn married 4 September 1910, Overton Co., TN to Miss Easter Tuder (1920 census 8th Civil Dist., Overton Co., TN: Dwl: 120 ­Robert C. Ashburn is head of household, 35 yrs. old, TN md to Easter F., 31 yrs. old, TN. Children: Elma, 8 yrs. old; Goldie M., 7 yrs. old; Hollis, 3+ yrs. old & Gladys Ashburn, 2+ yrs. old. All born in TN).

Ruben H. Ashburn b. 6 September 1886 ­ d. 30 April 1954, md on the 23rd of December 1911, Overton Co., TN to Myrtle (Calahan) Ashburn, b. 20 April 1895 ­d. 9 July 1952. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Overton Co., TN, pg. 152: R. H. Ashburn married 23 December 1911, Overton Co., TN to Miss Myrtle Callahan). Richard Andrew Ashworth Obt. b. 16 Decenber 1929, Atlanta, GA ­ d. 15 Febraury 2005, md on the 9th of June 1990, Putnam Co., TN to Carol June (Bruce) Maynard Ashworth. Richard Andrew Ashworth, s/o Jesse Andrew "Andy" Ashworth & Mary Emma Boles. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 209: Richard Andrew Ashworth married 9 June 1990, Putnam Co., TN, age 60, b. 16 December 1929, address: Rt. 10, Box 179-C, Sparta, TN to Carol June Maynard, age 47, b. 6 March 1943, address: 545 E. 3rd St., #1, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Ralph Maynard, son, Rt. 2, Cookeville, TN). BAXTER -- Funeral services for Richard Andrew Ashworth, 75, of Cookeville will be held at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 17, at Cookeville First Assembly of God (16th Street & Woodland Avenue). Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery with military honors conducted by the Veterans Honor Guard. The family will receive friends at Baxter Chapel of Hooper Huddleston Horner Funeral Home from 3-9 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 16, and after 1 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 17 at the church . Mr. Ashworth died Tuesday, Feb. 15, 2005, at his home. He was born Dec. 16, 1929, in Atlanta, Ga., to the late Jesse Andrew "Andy" and Mary Emma Boles Ashworth. A U.S. Army veteran, he graduated from Georgia State University in Atlanta with a diploma in journalism and later received an AB degree in journalism at the University of Georgia. He received his LLB degree in law at Woodrow Wilson College of Law in Atlanta in 1962. He served as press secretary to Georgia Gov. Ernest Vandiver and press assistant to Georgia Lt. Gov. Peter Zack Geer. He served as Assistant and Associate Minority Counsel on House Committee on Public Works and Transportation. He was selected Civil Rights Coordinator of the Year, FmHa in 1991, secretary, board of directors, Commodity Credit Corp., Washington, D.C., and was marketing director of White County Bank in Sparta, before finally retiring in 1994 as administrative assistant to the Secretary of Agriculture in Washington, D.C. He was a member of Cookeville First Assembly of God. In past years, he had attended other churches where he had served as Sunday School teacher, Training Union director and Adult Bible teacher. He had been a member of the praise and worship team at Life and Praise Worship Center in Sparta, served as Care Group co-leader, member of the Prayer Team and board of directors of Victory Fellowship in Algood. His family includes his wife, Carol Bruce Ashworth of Cookeville; three daughters and a son-in-law, Suzette Roberts of Brandon, Fla., Donna and Ken Roberson of St. Albans, W. Va., Penny Allen of Sparta; three stepsons and daughters-in-law, Harold Ralph and Sheri Maynard of Baxter, Larry Ray Maynard of Silver Point, Darren and Chrissy Maynard of Cookeville; seven grandchildren, Daniel Roberts, Kenny and Rachel Roberson, Andy, Nicole, Michael and Brandi Kay Allen; and five step grandchildren, Beth, Rachel, Taylor, Abbie and Alex Maynard. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a daughter, Cheryl Ruth Ashworth; a sister, Jean Ashworth; and a twin brother, Raymond Ashworth.

Pallbearers will be Larry and Dean Maynard, Wayne Putman, Mike Dodson, Jeff Ashworth, Sandy Little and Nelson Bruce. Paster Bobby Davis and Bro. Ray Bruce will officiate the services. Baxter Chapel of Hooper Huddleston Horner Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Published February 16, 2005 1:16 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Glenice Irene (Tinch) Atkins Obt. b. 28 June 1916, Fentress Co., TN ­d. 11 July 2008, Algood, TN, d/o John Tinch & Cora Jane Young. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Glenice Irene Tinch Atkins, 92, of Jacksonville, Fla., will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, July 14, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. today, Sunday, July 13; and from 7 a.m. until time of services on Monday, at the funeral home. Ms. Atkins died Friday, July 11, 2008, in Masters Health Care Center in Algood. She was born June 28, 1916, in Fentress County to the late John and Cora Jane Young Tinch. Ms. Atkins was a plant manager and secretary for Ford Motor Company for 31 1/2 years. Her family includes three sisters, Sadie Toole of Lyons, Ga., Leona Wheeler of Livingston, and Burlene Nolan of Cookeville; a brother-in-law, Thomas Nolan of Cookeville; seven nephews, William Nolan of Ft. Worth, Texas, James Wheeler of Sebastopol, Calif., Harold Wheeler of Livingston, Richard Tinch of Auburn, Maine, Charles, Jerry and Earl Tinch, all of Tennessee; six nieces, Barbara Kaiser of Cookeville, Betty Arp, Patricia Ann Selvage and Wanda Marie Hall, all of Lenoir City, Glenda Sue Simpson of Lizella, Ga., and Dorothy Jane Holt of Loudon; several great-nieces and great-nephews; and a special greatnephew, Thomas Kaiser, on active duty in the Air Force. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by four brothers, Isadore, Wylie, Glen and Burl Tinch; and three sisters, Myrtle Maxwell, Opal Byers and Frances Lingle. Pallbearers will be Jim Wheeler and Donald Kaiser. Bro. Ronald Strong will officiate at the services. Saturday, Jul 12, 2008: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Houston Stroud Avrit Obt. b. & d. 24 July 2002, s/o Matthew & Lisa Avrit. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Houston Stroud Avrit, newborn son of Lisa and Matthew Avrit of Evansville, Ind., were held at 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 27, at Cookeville City Cemetery. Houston died at birth on Wednesday, July 24, 2002, at St. Mary's Medical Center in Evansville. In addition to his parents, his family includes an aunt, Rebecca Avrit of Nashville; grandparents, Burnie and Ann Avrit of Nashville, and Dan and Betty Dodson of Longview, Texas; great-grandparents, Hellonise Dodson, Jennie Mae Avrit, Jean Dohara, Marion Moorman Cooper and John Nathan Cooper.

He was preceded in death by his great-grandfathers, Carroll C. Dodson and R.H. Moorman. Jim Parnell officiated at the services. Arrangements by Ziemer Funeral Home Central Chapel, 626 First Ave., Evansville, Ind. (812)477-1515. Published July 27, 2002 4:00 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Lloyd Vestel Bagwell Obt. b. 12 October 1916, TN ­ d. 3 October 1984, md on the 15th of March 1942, Putnam Co., TN to Nellie Francis (Parris) Bagwell, b. 29 June 1912, Pickett Co., TN ­ d. 17 March 1983, d/o William Parris & Vannie Gilreath. Lloyd Vestel Bagwell, s/o Richard J. Bagwell & Nettie Jeannette Hunter. *See Nellie Francis (Parris) Bagwell Obt. *See Richard J. Bagwell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 57: Lloyd Vestal Bagwell married 15 March 1942, Putnam Co., TN, age 25, address: Cokkeville, TN to Nellie Francis Parris, age 28, address: Byrdstown, TN, name of parent, guardian, or next of kin of female: Bill Parris,. Byrdstown, TN).. COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Loyd Bagwell, 67, of Cookeville, will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Goff Funeral Home with Bro. Glen McDoniel officiating. Burieal will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Bagwell died suddenly Tuesday (Oct. 2, 1984) at Cookeville General Hospital. A native of Putnam County, he was the son of the late Richard and Jeannette Hunter Bagwell. He was married to the late Nellie Bagwell, who died in March, 1983. He was a member of the Jefferson Ave. Church of Christ. Mr. Bagwell was a funeral director with Goff Funeral Home, and had been an area funeral director for 30 years. His family includes a daughter, Mrs. Phyllis Howard of Sparta; a son, Richard Bagwell of Fayetteville; a sister-in-law, Ruby Bagwell of Cookeville; and four grandchildren. Goff Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Nellie Francis (Parris) Bagwell Obt. b. 29 June 1912, Pickett Co., TN ­ d. 17 March 1983, md on the 15th of March 1942, Putnam Co., TN to Lloyd Vestel Bagwell, b. 12 October 1916 ­ d. 3 October 1984, s/o Richard J. Bagwell & Nettie Jeannette Hunter. Nellie Francis (Parris) Bagwell, d/o William Parris & Vannie Gilreath. Nellie Francis (Parris) Bagwell, d/o William Parris & Vannie Gilreath. *See Lloyd Vestel Bagwell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Nellie Francis Bagwell, 70, who died Thursday in Nashville' s Baptist Hospital, will be today at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Whtison Funeral Home, with Bro. Glen McDoniel officiating and burial to follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. A native of Pickett Co., TN she was the daughter of the late William Parris and Mrs. Vannie (Gilreath) Parris. She was a member and past president of Alpha Mu pa International Honorary Sorority for Women Educators. She also served as District Treasurer for Alpha Delta Kappa.

She was a charter member and past president of the Friendship Home Demonstration Club and was a member and past president of the Cookeville Business and Professional Women Club. She was a member of the Putnam County Retired Association and the Tennessee Education Association. She is survived by her husband, Lloyd Bagwell, of Cookeville; a daughter, Phyliss Howard, of Sparta; a son, Richard Bagwell, of Fayetteville; her mother, Mrs. Vannie Parris, of Cookeville; three sisters, Mrs. Bessie Little, of Clarkrange, Mrs. Fonzie McDonald, of Jamestown, and Mrs. Dean White, of Cookeville; amd four grandchildren, Richard T. Bagwell, Vena Bagwell, Scott Howard, and Jimbo Howard. Pallbearers will be Richard Diemer, Bob McMillan, Wayne Allen, Jim Wilmoth, J. T. Wright, Ernest Mullins, Bob Mullins, Glynn Parris and Howard Woods. Richard J. Bagwell b. 11 September 1883, TN ­d. 23 July 1966, md on the 8th of December 1901, Putnam Co., TN to Nettie Jeannette (Hunter) Bagwell., b. 3 January 1888, TN ­ d. 4 April 1977. Richard J. Bagwell, s/o Lloyd Vestel Bagwell & Nellie Frances (Parris) Bagwell. (Children: Winton A. Bagwell md Ruby Countiss; Lloyd Vestal Bagwell md Nellie Francis Parris & Fannie Bagwell md Benton Single). *See Lloyd Vestel Bagwell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. `Gone But Not Forgotten' (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 106: Richard Bagwell married 8 December 1901, Putnam Co., TN to Nettie Hunter. By whom married: J. T. Maxwell, Justice of the Peace). (1910 census 7th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 149 ­Richard J. Bagwell is head of household, 26 yrs. old, TN md 9 yrs. to Nettie J., 21 yrs. old, TN. Children: Winton A., 7 yrs old, TN & Fannie A. Bagwell, 3 yrs. old, TN). (1920 census 7th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 105 ­Richard J. Bagwell is head of household, 36 yrs. old, TN md to Nettie, 31 yrs. old, TN. Children: Winton, 16 yrs old, TN; Fannie, 13 yrs. old, TN & Lloyd Bagwell, 3+ ysr. Old, TN). Clarissa Washburn (Maxwell) Bailey b. 17 May 1907 ­ d. 20 December 1987, md on the 20th of May 1923, White Co., TN to Murray Kenward Bailey Sr. Clarissa Washburn (Maxwell) Bailey, d/o Alvin Gilliam Maxwell Sr. (1866-1959) & Annie Cassetty Washburn (1870-1912). *See Murray Kenward Bailey Jr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Garrett A. Maxwell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Annie Cassetty (Washburn) Maxwell Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, White Co., TN, pg. 383: Murray K. Bailey married 20 May 1923, White Co., TN to Clarrissa W. Maxwell Murray Kenward Bailey Jr. b. 21 September 1924 ­ d. 25 February 1961, s/o Murray Kenward Bailey Sr. & Clarissa Washburn Maxwell. *See Clarissa Washburn (Maxwell) Bailey buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Charlie Baker Obt. b. 20 May 1949, Putnam Co., TN ­ 14 September 2003, TN, md on the 3rd of December 1979, Sumner d. Co., TN to JoAnn (Perry) Baker. Charlie Baker, s/o James Edward Baker & Beatrice Hancock. *See Wanda Sue (Baker) Mann Obt. *See Jimmie Lee Baker buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Sumner Co., TN: Charlie Baker married 3 December 1979, Sumner Co., TN, age 30, address: 2712 Dickerson Rd., Nashville, TN to Joann Perry, age 22, address: 949 Mansfield, Nashville, TN, name of parent, guardian, or next of kin of female: blank). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Charlie Baker, 54, of Cookeville will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 17, at Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-9 p.m. today, Tuesday, Sept. 16, at the funeral home. Mr. Baker died on Sunday, Sept. 14, 2003, at Livingston Regional Hospital. He was born on May 20, 1949, in Putnam County to the late James Edward and Beatrice Hancock Baker. His family includes his wife, JoAnn Baker of Michigan; two sons, Charlie Baker of Florida and Adam Baker of Washington State; three brothers, Tommy Baker of Cookeville, Larry Baker of Gallatin and Kenny Baker of Smyrna; six sisters and three brothers-in-law, Wanda Mann of Cookeville, Betty and Floyd Green of Nashville, Faye Katterman of Jackson County, Linda and Bobby Wilson and Brenda Mangrum, all of Madison, Carolyn and Gerald Young of Cookeville; a sister-in-law, Angela Baker; several nieces and nephews; and two special friends, Mike Randolph and Dan Potter. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Jimmy Baker. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Bro. Steven Swords will officiate at the services. Published September 16, 2003 12:16 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN James Onnie Baker Obt. b. 20 March 1917, White Co., TN ­ 15 October 2001, Cookeville, TN, s/o Haskell Baker & Zillie d. Whiteaker. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for James Onnie Baker, 84, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 17, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. today, Tuesday, Oct. 16, at the funeral home. Mr. Baker died on Monday, October 15, 2001, at his sister's home in Cookeville. He was born on March 20, 1917, in White County to the late Haskell and Zillie Whiteaker Baker. Mr. Baker was a coal miner and a member of the Baptist faith. He served in the Army during World War II. His family includes three sisters, Clara Adams of Cookeville, Lizzie Vee Moore of Eaton, Ohio, and Joann Long of White House; and a special friend, Jane West of Cookeville. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by three sisters, Minnie Laurenzi, Linnie Pearl Baker and Pauline Rittenberry; and three brothers, Linville, Lonnie and Willie C. Baker. Pallbearers will be James Baker, Mike Collier, Don Daniel, Brice Long, Mike Sims and Paul Stacy. Honorary pallbearers will be Doug Stacey and Harlis Combs.

Bro. Carles Walker will officiate at the services. Published October 16, 2001 10:12 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Jimmie Lee Baker b. 24 October 1953 ­d. 8 March 1995. *See Charlie Baker Obt. *See Wanda Sue (Baker) Mann Obt. Joseph W. Baker b. 21 July 1922, md Margie L. (unknown) Baker, b. 12 October 1941 Rachel Cordilla (Dow) Baker b. 26 September 1855, TN ­ d. 23 July 1910, d/o David Linnaus Dow, b. 19 November 1830, Carlyle, Clinton Co., IL - d. 12 August 1915 & Emily Martelia (Harris) Dow, b. 1 August 1828, TN - d. 27 July 1909. David Linnaus Dow, DC#138, Putnam Co., TN, s/o David Dow, NY & Hull, IL. Rachel Cordilla (Dow) Baker md William W. Baker. *See David Linnaus Dow buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Emily Martelia (Harris) Dow Obt. (1860 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 172 ­D. L. Dow is head of household, 29 yrs. old, IL. Occupation: Carpenter, md to Emily, 31 yrs. old, TN. Children: Lorenzo, 10 yrs. old, IL; Martha, 8 yrs. old, IL; Rachel, 5 yrs. old, TN; Robert, 2 yrs. old, TN & John Dow, 3/12 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household, O.D. Harris, 26 yrs. old, TN). (1870 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 16 ­D. L. Dow is head of household, 39 yrs. old, IL. Occupation: Builder, md to Emily, 41 yrs. old, TN. Children: Lorenzo J., 20 yrs. old, IL; Martha J., 17 yrs. old, IL; Rachel C., 14 yrs. old, TN; Robert D., 12 yrs. old, TN; John B., 10 yrs. old, TN; Harriet L., 8 yrs. old, TN; Sarah A., 6 yrs. old, TN; David W., 4 yrs. old, TN & Enoch F. Dow, 1 yr. old, TN). Census Place: 1880 District 1, Putnam Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 78D Dwl: 32 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace W.W. BAKER Self M M W 33 TN Occ: Physician Fa: VA Mo: TN R.C. BAKER Wife F M W 24 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: IL Mo: TN F.A. BAKER Son M S W 8 TN Occ: Student Fa: TN Mo: TN S.T. BYERS Other F W 18 TN Occ: House Keeping Fa: TN Mo: TN (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 348 ­William Baker is head of household, 53 yrs. old, b. October 1846, TN. Occupation: Physician md 29 yrs. to Rachell, 44 yrs. old, b. September 1855, TN, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Virgil, 17 yrs. old, b. June 1882; Mattie, 16 yrs. old, b. April 1883 & Talmage Baker, 6 yrs. old, b. March 1894. All born in TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Spring St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 68 (census taken 20 April 1910) ­Cordela Baker is head of household, 53 yrs. old, TN, widow. Children: Mallie, 22 yrs. old, TN & Talmage Baker, 16 yrs. old, TN). Rev. William Baker b. 25 February 1816, VA ­d. 8 August 1895. (Methodist for 60 years).

Daniel Talf Baldwin Obt. b. 8 November 1909, Buffalo, NY ­ d. 6 July 2003, Cookeville, TN, md Mary " Elnora" (Stanton) Baldwin, b. 29 July 1911, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 24 April 2007, Cookeville, TN, d/o Sidney Saunder Stanton & Savannah Mahala Saddler. Daniel Talf Baldwin, s/o Daniel J. Baldwin & Jennie Taft. *See Mary " Elnora"(Stanton) Baldwin Obt. *See Sidney Saunder Stanton Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Daniel Taft Baldwin, 93, of Cookeville, died on Sunday, July 6, 2003, in NHC of Cookeville. The family has chosen cremation and private graveside memorial services will be held at a later date at Cookeville City Cemetery. He was born on Nov. 8, 1909, in Buffalo, N.Y., to the late Daniel J. and Jennie Taft Baldwin. He moved to Concord, Calif., in 1916 and to Cookeville in 1996. Mr. Baldwin was a resident of Cedar Hills Retirement Center. He served in the Army during World War II and was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Concord. Mr. Baldwin was also a member of the Concord Historical Society and was a 50 plus years mason at Mt. Diablo Masonic Lodge in Concord. He was the retired owner/operator of Concord Mercantile. His family includes his wife of more than 66 years, Elnora Stanton Baldwin of Cedar Hills Retirement Center in Cookeville; and a niece, Virginia Burt Miller of Salt Lake City, Utah. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters, Virginia F. Udall and Bessie L. Burt. Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home of Cookeville is in charge of arrangements. Published July 08, 2003 11:52 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Mary " Elnora"(Stanton) Baldwin Obt. b. 29 July 1911, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 24 April 2007, Cookeville, TN, md Daniel Taft Baldwin, b. 8 November 1909, Buffalo, NY ­ d. 6 July 2003, Cookeville, TN, s/o Daniel J. Baldwin & Jennie Taft. Mary " Elnora"(Stanton) Baldwin, d/o Sidney Saunder Stanton & Savannah Mahala Saddler. *See Daniel Taft Baldwin Obt. *See Sidney Saunder Stanton Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Mary (Elnora) Baldwin, 95, of Cookeville will be held Thursday, April 26, at 1 p.m. in the Cookeville chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends today, Wednesday, April 25, from 4-7 p.m. and Thursday, April 26, from noon until time of services at the funeral home. Mrs. Baldwin died Tuesday, April 24, 2007, at Bethesda Health Care in Cookeville. She was born June 29, 1911, in Putnam County to the late Sidney S. and Savannah Mahala Stanton. Mrs. Baldwin was a member of Cookeville First Methodist Church. She worked as a secretary/medical assistant until she was 75 years old. She was the first resident at Cedar Hills Retirement Home. Her family includes five nieces, Rhonda Chaffin and Julia Wiggins, both of Cookeville, Jinni Miller of Salt Lake City, Utah, and Nella Dean and Shelly Hutchinson, both of Baxter; four nephews, Jack Thorpe of

Chico, Calif., Charles Stanton of Livingston and Jerry and Joe Hutchinson, both of Baxter; two great-greatgreat-nieces, Danielle Chaffin and Victoria Cass; two great-great-great-nephews, Wes Chaffin and Sam Cass; and special friend Ramona Barcus of Cookeville. Pallbearers will be Wes Chaffin, Sam Cass, Jerry Hutchinson, Joe Hutchinson and Terry Snider. Rev. Rebecca Larson will officiate the services. Published April 25, 2007 11:28 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Shirley M. Baldwin b. 25 May 1940 ­d. 12 August 1990.

Shirley M. Baldwin "Forever in our Hearts"

William Keith Baldwin Obt. b. 22 February 1946, Charleston, WV ­ d. 3 December 2003, Cookeville, TN, md Denise (Sweeney) Baldwin. William Keith Baldwin, s/o Samuel Gilspy & Marie Baldwin Blackmon. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for William Keith Baldwin, 57, of Cookeville were held at 2 p.m. today, Friday, Dec. 5, at Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Baldwin died on Wednesday, Dec. 3, 2003, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born on Feb. 22, 1946, in Charleston, W.Va., to Marie Baldwin Blackmon of Cookeville and the late Samuel Gilspy. Mr. Baldwin was a self-employed construction worker. In addition to his mother, his family includes his wife, Denise Sweeney Baldwin of Chattanooga; a daughter, Keitha Plemons of Chattanooga; a sister and brother-in-law, Cindy and Ronnie Click of South Carolina; a brother, Charles Ray Baldwin of South Carolina; and three grandchildren, Kendall, Cindy and Sienna Plemons. Sister Rose Lowhorn officiated at the services. Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Published December 05, 2003 11:26 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Avery Edward Ball Obt. b. 23 November 1912, Edmonton, KY ­d. 3 November 2005, s/o Murray Ball & Dollie McKinney. *See Murray Ball buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Avery Edward Ball, 92, of Cookeville will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, from the chapel of Hooper-Huddleston and Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 1 p.m. until time of services Wednesday, at the funeral home. Mr. Ball died Thursday, Nov. 3, 2005, in Bethesda Health Care Center. He was born Nov. 23, 1912, in Edmonton, Ky., to the late Murray and Dollie McKinney Ball. Mr. Ball was a member of Cookeville First United Methodist Church and was recently recognized for more than 80 years of membership and service. His hobbies included genealogy and photography. He worked at Brookley Air Force Base in Mobile, Ala., as an Aircraft Instrument Specialist during World War II. He was a graduate of Elgin Watchmaker College and was a retired watchmaker/jeweler with Murray Ball Jewelers. His family includes a brother, Keith Ball Sr. of Evergreen, Colo.; three nieces, Norma Jean Koelm of Albuquerque, N.M., Darla Ruth Petty of Bozeman, Mont., Mary Alice Ball of Irving, Texas; a nephew, Owen K. Ball of Albuquerque; an aunt, Antha McKinney of Edmonton; three cousins, Betty Carol Neal of Edmonton, Barbara Hatchett of Glasgow, Ky., and Rowe Oaks of Louisville, Ky. Pallbearers will be family and friends. The Rev. Jon Bell and Rebecca Larson will officiate the services. Published November 08, 2005 12:28 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Murray Ball b. 15 January 1886 ­d. 9 August 1984, md Dolly (McKinney) Ball, b. 12 July 1894 ­d. 3 August 1974. *See Edward Avery Ball Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: MURRAY BALL Birth: 05 Jan 1886- Death: Aug 1984 ­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 414-52-9031 TN) Demsey A. Ballard b. 4 November 1891, TN ­d. 7 October 1918, s/o Frank Ballard & Venia Ensor. *See Frank Ballard buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Dempsey Ballard b. 4 Nov 1891, TN d. 7 Oct 1918 Father: Frank Ballard, TN Mother: Vonnie Ensor, TN Cookeville Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC#607, Putnam Co., TN (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Walnut St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 343 ­Frank Ballard is head of household, 50 yrs. old, Occupation: Foreman Sawmill, md 32 yrs. to Venie, 50 yrs. old, TN, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: John D., 30 yrs. old, Occupation: Carpenter House; William H., 27 yrs. old, Occupation: Carpenter House & Demsey A. Ballard, 18 yrs. old, Occupation: Laborer Brickyard. All born in TN). Frank Ballard

b. (1859-1930) md Venia (Ensor) Ballard, (1859-1922), both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Walnut St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 343 ­Frank Ballard is head of household, 50 yrs. old, Occupation: Foreman Sawmill, md 32 yrs. to Venie, 50 yrs. old, TN, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: John D., 30 yrs. old, Occupation: Carpenter House; William H., 27 yrs. old, Occupation: Carpenter House & Demsey A. Ballard, 18 yrs. old, Occupation: Laborer Brickyard. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 60 ­Frank Ballard is head of household, 60 yrs. old, TN, md to Vinnie, 60 yrs. old, TN. Children: Dow, 39 yrs. old, TN md to Dora, daughter-in-law, 24 yrs. old, TN. Child: Donnell Scot Ballard, grandson, 4 1/12 yrs. old, TN). Edna B. (Hensley) Bandy Obt. b. 10 December 1913 ­ d. 3 June 1979, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 14th of March 1948 to Walter Cecil Bandy, b. 16 September 1919, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 1 November 2005, Cookeville, TN, (Technician CPL G-5), s/o William Thomas Bandy & Ova Grogan. Edna B. (Hensley) Bandy, d/o Benton Mack Hensley & Emma D. Loftis. *See Walter Cecil Bandy Obt. *See Benton Mack Hensley buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for Edna B. Bandy, 65, will be held Tuesday, June 5, at 2 p.m. at the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Bro. Johnny Fox officiating. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Bandy was dead on arrival June 3, at Cookeville General Hospital. Mrs. Bandy was a native of Coalingo, CA, the daughter of Mack and Emma D. Loftis Hensley. She was a housewife. She is survived by her husband, Walter Cecil Bandy of Cookeville; one sister, Mrs. Delma Burris of Cookeville; a niece, Gail Bryant of Cookeville; three nephews, Gene Burris of Crossville and Bobby and Ted Gentry, both of Michigan. Edna and Walter Cecil Bandy were married on the 14th of March 1948. Edna B. Hensley is a descendant of John Loftis, s/o Laban Loftis & Elizabeth Holcombe. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 4 June 1979. Walter Cecil Bandy Obt. b. 16 September 1919, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 1 November 2005, Cookeville, TN, (Technician CPL G-5), md on the 14th of March 1948 to Edna (Hensley) Bandy, b. 10 December 1913 ­d. 3 June 1979, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Benton Mack Hensley & Emma D. Loftis. Walter Cecil Bandy, s/o William Thomas Bandy & Ova Grogan. *See Edna B. (Hensley) Bandy Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Walter Cecil Bandy, 87, of Cookeville, were held at 11 a.m. today, Nov. 3, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Bandy died Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2005, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born Sept. 16, 1919, in Putnam County to the late William Thomas and Ova Grogan Bandy.

Mr. Bandy was a factory worker and a member of Sycamore Church of Christ and also a member of American Legion. His family includes a sister, Ida Bean of Cookeville. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Edna Hensley Bandy; seven sisters, Claudia A. Dyer, Lola V. Stewart, Flora Vickers, Cora Bandy, Dora Bandy, Arfie (AV) Flatt and Vola Gertrude Hunter; nine brothers, John Estus, Lonnie Oscar, James Cordell, Louis Edward, Frank and Hubert Douglas Bandy, William Loffette, Daniel Webster (Webb) Daws and James Early Daws. Pallbearers were Greg Bean, Gary Bean, Lloyd Flatt, Donnie Flatt, Bobby Fox and Frank Capley. Bro. Kevin Daughrity officiated the services. Published November 03, 2005 10:59 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Mary Brown Barbour b. 1 April 1913, TN ­d. 15 September 1986, d/o Minnie (Crawford) Barbour. *See Minnie (Crawford) Barbour Obt. Minnie (Crawford) Barbour Obt. b. 14 March 1885, Jackon Co., TN ­ d. 1 December 1958, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 4th of March 1910, Putnam Co.,, TN to Alfred Floyd Barbour. Capt. William Alexander Crawford & Mary Brown. *See Capt. William Alexander Crawford Obt. *See Sam Uriah Crawford Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Luke Turman Crawford buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Walter Keith Crawford buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 558, #1671: Alfred Floyd Barbour married 4 March 1910, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Minnie Crawford). Mrs. Minnie Crawford Barbour, 73, widow of Alfred Floyd Barbour, died in Cookeville General hospital early Monday morning following an illness of several weeks. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the First Methodist church. The Rev. Bruce Strother and the Rev. James Reed Cox officiated. Burial was in Cookeville City cemetery. Whitson funeral home was in charge of arrangements. A native of Jackson county, Mrs. Barbour had lived in Cookeville since 1918. She was a graduate of the old Howard college for girls, Gallatin. Mrs. Barbour had taught Sunday school class at First Methodist church here for 40 years and was a life member of the Woman' Society of Christian Service. She was crowned Queen Mother of the church by s the Men' Brotherhood in 1943. She was a honorary trustee of Baxter Seminary. s For 15 years she was society editor of the Putnam County Herald and was district supervisor of the Federal Writers'project during the 1930' She was a member of the Cookeville Book Lovers'club and the s. Tennessee Woman' Press and Author' club. s s For many years she was active in Parent-Teachers and the Tennessee Federation of Women' clubs. s Survivors include a son, James Crawford Barbour, Nashville; three daughters, Miss Mary Barbour, Cookeville, Mrs. Jennings Parrott, Chattanooga, and Mrs. Alton Whitlow, Memphis; three brothers, Sam

U., Hubert and Walter Keith Crawford, all of Cookeville; a sister, Mrs. Campbell Lynn, Gainesboro, and three grandchildren. The Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Wednesday, 3 December 1958. (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Walnut St., Putnam Co., TN: 610-30-31- William A. Crawford is head of household, 70 yrs. old, TN md to Mary, 63 yrs. old, TN. Living in the household: Luke Crawford, son, 35 yrs. old, single, TN; Sam U. Crawford, son, 30 yrs. old, TN, William H. Crawford, son, 23 yrs. old , TN & Walter K. Crawford, son, 20 yrs. old, TN. Minnie Barbour, dau., 33 yrs. old, TN, widow: James Barbour, grandson, 9 yrs. old, TN; Mary B. Barbour, granddaughter, 6 yrs. old, TN; Minnie Barbour, granddaughter, 4+ yrs. old, TN & Fannie B. Barbour, granddaughter, 3 3/12 yrs. old, TN). Joseph W. Barker b. 21 July 1922 ­ d. 22 December 1995, md Margie L. (unknown) Barker, b. 12 October 1941 ­ d. 26 June 1994.

Joseph W. & Margie L. Barker

George Washington Barksdale b. 18 April 1869, Clay Co., TN ­d. 25 February 1943, md Mary (Fowler) Barksdale, b. 4 June 1873 ­d. 16 February 1957. George Washington Barksdale, s/o John P. Barksdale & Mary Smith. George Washington Barksdale b. 18 Apr 1869, Clay Co., TN d. 25 Feb 1944 Father: John P. Barksdale Clay County Mother: Mary Smith Clay County Spouse: Madie Fowler Barksdale City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #6350, Putnam Co., TN (1910 census 3rd Dist, 6-PCT, Clay Co., TN: Dwl: 13 ­George W. Barksdale is head of household, 41 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Log Dealer River, (father born in VA, Mother, TN) md 13 yrs. to Madie F., 37 yrs. old, TN, 3 children born, 2 children living. Children: John F., 10 yrs. old, TN & Ruby R., 7 yrs. old, TN) Claude William " Shorty"Barlow b. 10 November 1918 ­d. 9 February 2001, KY, md Lelia Jean (Gentry) Barlow, b. 8 February 1930 ­d. 16 February 1976, d/o Thurman V. Gentry & Eula M. Smith. *See Thurman V. Gentry Obt. *See Earl Clifford Gentry Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: CLAUDE W BARLOW Birth: 10 Nov 1918- Death: Feb 2001­ Last Residence: (Elizabethtown, Hardin,, KY) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 287-09-1140, OH)

COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Claude W. (Shorty) Barlow, 82, of Elizabethtown, Ky., formerly of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Mon., Feb. 12, from Cookeville Freewill Baptist Church. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 2-8 p.m. today at the funeral home, and from 1 p.m. until the time of the service at the church. Mr. Barlow died on Fri., Feb. 9, 2001, at Sunrise Manor, Hodgenville, Ky. He was born on Nov. 10, 1918, in Jackson County to the late Marvin and Lestie Sebers Barlow. Mr. Barlow was a factory worker at Acme Boot Co. He was a member of the Cookeville Freewill Baptist Church. His family includes two sons and a daughter-in-law, Don E. Barlow of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., and Bruce W. and Jennifer Barlow of Elizabethtown; two brothers, Carson Barlow of Dayton, Ohio, and Frank Barlow of Cookeville; a sister, Idell Scantland of the Burristown Community of Jackson County; and two grandchildren: Tyler and Lindsey Barlow. In addition to his parents, Mr. Barlow was preceded in death by his wife, Lella Jean Gentry Barlow; and two brothers, Dalton and Billy Barlow. Bro. James Eidson will officiate at the services. Published February 10, 2001 5:58 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Herman Barlow Obt. b. 9 June 1910, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 23 February 2004, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 31st of December 1929, Jackson Co.,, TN to Myrtle Avo " Myrtie"(Hawkins) Barlow, b. 27 January 1912, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 15 November 1998, Putnam Co., TN. Herman Barlow, s/o Walter Lee Barlow & Mattie Lee Phillips. *See Myrtle Avo " Myrtie"(Hawkins) Barlow Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 28: Herman Barlow married 31 December 1929, Jackson Co, TN to Myrtie Hawkins). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Herman Barlow, 93, of Cookeville will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 26, at Cookeville Free Will Baptist Church. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 25, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home and after noon on Thursday at the church. Mr. Barlow died on Monday, Feb. 23, 2004, at NHC Healthcare of Cookeville. He was born on June 9, 1910, in Jackson County to the late Walter Lee and Mattie Lee Phillips Barlow. He was a retired farmer and carpenter. Mr. Barlow was a member of Cookeville Free Will Baptist Church, where he had served as a deacon. He was a member of Putnam County Farm Bureau. His family includes a son and daughter-in-law, Herman Ray and Irene Barlow of Englewood, Colo.; three sisters, Hattie Johnson of Gainesboro and Lesby Carr and Lucille Lynn, both of Sparta; three grandchildren and their spouses, Dennis W. and Colette Barlow of Golden, Colo., Pamela Gail and Jeff Holler of Denver,

Colo., and Amy Cheree and Jon Slack of Littleton, Colo.; and two great-grandchildren, Devin Ray Slack and Connor Lee Slack. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Myrtle Avo Hawkins Barlow, who died on Nov. 15, 1998, and two sisters, Alpha Carmack and Sylvia Masters. Pallbearers will be nephews. Bro. Sterl Paramore will officiate at the services. Published February 24, 2004 10:30 AM CST : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Myrtle Avo " Myrtie"(Hawkins) Barlow Obt. b. 27 January 1912, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 15 November 1998, Putnam Co., TN, md on tht 31st of December 1929, Jackson Co.,, TN to Herman Barlow, b. 9 June 1910, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 23 February 2004, Putnam Co., TN. *See Herman Barlow Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Myrtle (Myrtie) Barlow, 86, of Cookeville, will be at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1998, at Cookeville Free Will Baptist Church. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-9 p.m. today, Monday, Nov. 16, at Dyer Funeral Home and from 1011 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 17, at the church. Mrs. Barlow died on Sunday, Nov. 15, 1998, at NHC of Cookeville. She was born on Jan. 27, 1912, in Jackson County to the late Henry and Mary Smith Hawkins. Mrs. Barlow was a homemaker and a member of Cookeville Free Will Baptist Church. Her family includes her husband, Herman Barlow of Cookeville; a son and daughter-in-law, Ray and Irene Barlow of Colorado; three brothers, Grover Hawkins of Michigan, Freeman Hawkins of California, and Comer Hawkins of McMinnville; three grandchildren, Dennis Barlow, Pam Holler and Amy Slack, all of Colorado; and a great-grandson, Devin Ray Slack. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by a sister, Jane Ellis, and three brothers, Ernest, Bill and Charlie Hawkins. Pallbearers will be Mrs. Barlow's nephews. Bros. Sterl Paramore and Comer Hawkins will officiate at the services. Published Monday, November 16, 1998 12:37 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Alex C. Barnes Jr. b. 3 November 1884, TN ­d. 4 March 1905, s/o John Burr Barnes & Narcissus Almira Pendergrass. `Alex Farewell Till We Meet Again' *See John Burr Barnes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Narcissus Almira (Pendergrass) Barnes Obt. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 354 ­John B. Barnes is head of household, 46 yrs. old, b. October 1853, TN md 26 yrs. to Elmira, 43 yrs. old, b. May 1857, TN, 6 children born, 6 children living. Children: Florence, 24 yrs. old. b. April 1876; Willie B., 22 yrs. old., b. April 1878; Maud, 19 yrs.

old., b. February 1881; Seiver, 17 yrs.old., b. April 1883; Alec C., 14 yrs. old., b. November 1885 & Joel M. Barnes, 12 yrs. old, b. October 1887. All born in TN). Alexander " Alex"Pleasant Barnes Obt. b. 20 November 1857, Jeremiah, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 16 March 1931, Putnam Co., TN, md in 1886 to Fannie (Terry) Barnes, b. 3 September 1863, TN ­d. 1 April 1954, d/o Ausberry & Fannie Terry. Alex Pleasant Barnes, s/o William Barnes & Nancy Saylors. *See Jess Zebedee " Zeb"Barnes Obt. Alex P. Barnes was a successful merchant in Cookeville and was mayor in 1923. Zeb Barnes operated a shoe store on West Broad Street. Ethel married Charles Darwin, a partner in the Jenkins and Darwin' dry s goods store, and Matalee married John A. Mitchell, who was district attorney general and later judge on the court of appeals in Tennessee. *See Charles K. Darwin buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Jesse Zebedee " Zeb"Barnes Obt. A. P. Barnes Dies After Paralytic Stroke Thursday: Prominent Cookeville Citizen Passed Monday; Was One of First Merchants: Funeral Held Tuesday: Suffering a siege of ill heald which was climaxed last Thursday by a paralytic stroke, A. P. Barnes, 73, died at his home here early Monday afternoon. Widely known throughout the Upper Cumberland section as " aleck" Mr. Barnes was one of Cookeville' , s most prominent citizens and civic leaders. Born at Jeremiah, in Overton County, he entered the merchantile business there when a young man with Jere Whitson, and later moved to Cookeville where he owned and operated a dry goods store on the square for about 18 years. Mr. Barnes was secretary of the Putnam county fair for about 30 years and was connected with the agricultural growth of the county, being an authority on stock-raising and through his fair creating an inense interest in farm life. A gentleman of the old school, he was respected as a man noted for his kindness to children, his deference to women, and a subtle sense of fair play with his fellow man. The least that could be said of him was that he took life in earnest, and commanded the love and respect of all with whom he came in contact. Mr. Barnes was mayor of Cookeville for three terms, during which time he was instrumental in the erection of the hydrelectric power plant at Burgess Falls, and the new high school and grammar school building. He was awarded a silver loving cup by the Lions Club in 1923 for doing the greatest service to Cookeville that year. Mr. Barnes was almost a lifelong member of the Church of Christ, to which he was characteristically loyal and faithful until his death. (Pictured: here is the Alexander P. Barnes family. From L to R: Fannie Terry Barnes, Ethel Barnes Darwin, Zeb Barnes, Matalee Barnes Mitchell, Jere B. Barnes and Alex P. Barnes. Alex P. Barnes was a successful merchant in Cookeville and was mayor in 1923. Zeb Barnes operated a shoe store on West Broad Street. Ethel married Charles Darwin, a partner in the Jenkins and Darwin' dry goods store, and s Matalee married John A. Mitchell, who was district attorney general and later judge on the court of appeals in Tennessee). He was married in 1886 to Miss Fannie Terry, and to this union was born four children, two boys, James E., and Jere B.; two girls, Mrs. John Mitchell, and Mrs. Charles Darwin, all of whom survive him. Jere B., who has made his home in electra, TX, came to be at his father' bedside Monday, too late to see him s

before death. He is also survived by a brother, Jere Burr Barnes, who is critically ill at his home on Cedar Street. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Christian church by Elder J. Petty Ezell, of Murfreeboro, assisted by Dr. O. H. Tallman and Rev. W. M. Oakely. Burial was in the city cemetery. Active pallbearers were J. C. Darwin, Gilbert Draper, Robert Lowe, Stacy Wilhite, Benton Terry, Benton Carlen, John Hester and H. J. Shanks. Honorary pallbearers were D. W. Dow, J. M. McCormick, Illif Marchbanks, Dr. C. S. Womack, Dr. J. T. Moore, Cooper Loftis, A. G. Maxwell, Sr., Jim Bohannon, W. L. Whitson, John Miller, Dr. W. S. McClain, L. M. Bullington, W. H. Barr, Sam McMurry, Q. M. Smith, O. M. Adams, T. D. Ford, H. T. Whitson, D. H. Wade, Jim Anderson, Dr. E. L. Shipley, J. M. Hatfield, J. E. Allen, Henry Wall, W. B. Ray, Sam Pendergrass, Morgan Davis, S. L. Gibson, V. R. Williams, O. K. Holladay, Hubert Crawford, Burch Dowell, R. L. Maddux, J. H. Whitson, J. E. Owen, Herbert Carlen, J. W. H. Terry, Wheeler Harp, J. Lee Epperson, E. Y. Gibson, Lee Robinson, Jim Warren, Rutledge Smith, J. C. Barnes, D. C. Wilhite, O. E. Cameron, C. S. Jenkins, H. S. Hargis, Walter Carlen, Algood Carlen, Gid Lowe, Morrison Lowe, Oakley Massa, Beecher Huddleston, Norman Massa, G. N. Draper, W. H. Haile, Martha Dowell, Dr. W. A. Howard, Dr. Harlan Taylor, W. M. Shanks, Leo D. Matheny, J. N. Cox, G. Polly, R. L. Mitchell, Oscar Ferguson, J. H. Jared, Roy, and Lun Rolene. Whitson Funeral Home was in charge. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 19 March 1931. Alex Pleasant Barnes b. -----, TN d. 16 Mar 1931 Age: 73y Father: William Barnes, TN Mother: Nancy Saylors, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #6352, Putnam Co., TN Source: A History of Putnam County Tennessee by Walter S. McClain, pg. 149: Alexander Pleas Barnes, born near Cookeville, about sixty years ago. Attended public school at Cookeville, Married Miss Fannie Terry in 1886. Mayor of Cookeville from 1921-23. During his term of office as Mayor, he built a new light plant, new school building and made many other improvements. Mr. Barnes is a Democrat, a member of the Church of Christ and a member the Lion' Club. s Mayor A. P. Barnes: Mayor Barnes is one of Cookeville' mostr substantial progressive and far sighted citizens. He was born s within one mile of the corportate limits of our city and has and is interested in business that are a success. When a man lives in a territory his entire life and achieves splendid success, it must be noted that he has clear vision and fine business and acuem. He has been prominent in the growth and development of Cookeville for many years. He is a practical business man and his splendid capacity and efficiency has been brought to the service of the city with that same sense of thoroughness which characterizes his entire life. He has been mayor for the past 15 months and during his term bonds were sold for the construction of the new light plant which was built with in a perior of six months after commencement of work. The plant is a model of its kind. The last word in efficiency and many people think it worth more than a half million dollars. He was personally instrumental in having these bonds placed at advantageous prices to the city. A project that is very dear to his heart is to have Cookeville build a public school that places many times the

size of our city would envy $75,000.00 worth of bonds have been sold for the construction of this building. Schools are the finest asset to any community. Many people from small towns who have not achieved a competence would want to move to Cookeville that their children might be nicely educated. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 30 March 1922. (1880 census 15th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 33 ­Ausberry Terry is head of household, 46 yrs. old, TN md Martha, 39 yrs. old, TN. Children: Alvin Terry, 18 yrs.old, TN & Fannie Terry, 16 yrs. old, TN). (1900 census 15th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 102 ­Alex Barnes, 40 yrs. old, b. November 1859, TN, Occupation: Dry Goods Merchant, md 12 yrs. to Fanny F., 36 yrs., b. September 1863, TN, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Jere B., 9 yrs. old, b. November 1890, TN; Ethel A., 7 yrs. old, b. September 1892; Zebedee J., 5 yrs. old, b. April 1895 & Mattie L. Barnes, 3 yrs. old, b. February 1897. All born in TN. Also living in the household: William Robinson, lodger, 33 yrs. old, b. October 1866, TN; Ben Clark, 24 yrs. old, b. September 1875, TN & Frank Fifer, 50 yrs. old, b. November 1849, TN, widow) (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 39 ­ Alexander P. Barnes is head of household, 52 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Retail Merchant Hardware, (M2) md 22 yrs. to Fannie, 47 yrs. old, TN, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Jere B., 19 yrs. old; Alice E., 16 yrs. old; Jesse Z., 15 yrs. old & Matta L. Barnes, 12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Frank Hurst Barnes Obt. b. 15 May 1913, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 22 June 2004, Cookeville, TN, md Lillian (Whitson) Barnes, b. 10 July 1916 ­ d. 27 December 2001, Cookeville, TN, d/o Grover Cleveland Whitson & Alice Hawkins. Frank Hurst Barnes, s/o Jesse Crockett Barnes & Myrtle (Hurst) Broshear. *See Lillian (Whitson) Barnes Obt. *See Myrtle (Hurst) Barnes Obt. *See Mabel Broshear (Barnes) Goldman Obt. *See Marsha Rose (Lee) Allen Barnes Obt. *See Jessie (Barnes) Siglow Obt. *See Jesse Crockett Barnes buried in Double Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Frank Hurst Barnes, 91, of Cookeville will be held at 8 p.m. on Friday, June 25, from the chapel of Cookeville Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. There will also be a Masonic service. The family will receive friends from 4 p.m. until time of services on Friday, at the funeral home. Mr. Barnes died on Tuesday, June 22, 2004, at his residence. He was born on May 15, 1913, in Putnam County to the late Jesse Crockett and Myrtle Hurst Barnes. He was retired from the Ford Glass Plant in Nashville. Mr. Barnes was a member of First United Methodist Church and attended the Backsliders class. He was also a Shriner. Mr. Barnes was a fourth generation descendant of Upper Cumberland pioneer Thomas Barnes (1777-1851). He attended Cookeville City School, Baxter Seminary, and Branham and Hughes Military Academy in Spring Hill. Mr. Barnes was a member of the Civilian Conservation Corp.; the USN; 109th Calvary (mounted) Tennessee National Guard; 181st F.A. Tennessee National Guard; 2nd United States Army, Memphis; OCS Ft. Benning, Ga.; 2nd Lt. 113th Infantry His family includes a son, Sam Taylor Barnes M.D. and a special daughter-in-law, Sheila Barnes of Cookeville; five grandchildren, Molly Lisa Barnes Forsyth and husband Colin, and Dorothy Jamie Barnes Merritt and husband Bert, all of Cookeville, Frank H. Barnes II M.D. and wife Izabela Leonel Barnes M.D.,

Mary Jessica Barnes of Lexington, Ky., Jesse Patterson Barnes of Cookeville; and four great-grandchildren, Fawn Hibbs, Gabriella Forsyth and Shelby and Sarah Merritt. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Lillian Barnes; six sisters, Jessie Barnes Siglow, Mable Broshear Goldman, Alice Broshear Wilson, Mahalia Barnes Wyatt, Cora Barnes Bartlett and Artie Barnes Williams; and four brothers, Alan Broshear, John, Williams and Robert Barnes. Pallbearers will be Jerry Abston, John Duke Allen, Walter Hill Carlen, Ronnie Gaw, U.L. Hensley, Cecil Montgomery, Junior Palk and Perry Phipps. Honorary pallbearers will be Backsliders Sunday School Class. Memorial donations may be made to The Upper Cumberland Heritage Foundation, c/o Dr. Michael Birdwell, P.O. Box 5064, TTU, Cookeville, Tenn. 38505. Rev. Carson Whiteaker will officiate at the services. Published June 24, 2004 10:27 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Glady' Jane Smith Barnes s b. 22 November 1905 ­d. 1 Novenber 1985. Herschiel Sevier Barnes b. 15 April 1882, TN ­ d. 10 February 1925, md on the 12th of October 1915, Putnam Co., TN to Susan Gertrude (Tinnon) Barnes, b. 14 November 1888, TN ­d. 26 August 1972. Herschiel Sevier Barnes, s/o John Burr Barnes & Narcissus Almira Pendergrass. *See John Burr Barnes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Narcissus Almira (Pendergrass) Barnes Obt. *See Susan Gertrude (Tinnon) Barnes Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 285, #1133: Herschiel Sevier Barnes married 12 October 1915, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Susan Gertude Tinnon). Hershiel Severe Barnes b. -----, TN d. 10 Feb 1925 Age: 48y Father: J. B. Barnes, TN Mother: Narcissa Pendergrass, TN Cookeville Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #258, Putnam Co., TN (SS Death Index: Name: BARNES, SUSAN T ­Birth: 14 Nov 1888 - Death: 15 Aug 1972 ­Age: 75- Last Residence (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­ SSN: 414-72-4898, Issued By: TN) (Death date was verified with a family member or someone acting on behalf of the family). (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 354 ­John B. Barnes is head of household, 46 yrs.. old, b. October 1853, TN md 26 yrs. to Elmira, 43 yrs. old, b. May 1857, TN, 6 children born, 6 children living. Children: Florence, 24 yrs. old. b. April 1876; Willie B., 22 yrs. old., b. April 1878; Maud, 19 yrs. old., b. February 1881; Seiver, 17 yrs. old., b. April 1883; Alec C., 14 yrs. old., b. November 1885 & Joel M. Barnes, 12 yrs. old, b. October 1887. All born in TN).

(1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Walnut St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 311/39/42 - Herchal S. Barnes is head of household, 35 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Lawyer General Practice, md to Susan, 30 yrs. old, TN. Children: Margrett H., 3 2/12 yrs. old, TN & Herchal S. Barnes Jr., 0/12 yrs. old, TN. Jesse Crockett Barnes b. b. 13 October 1862, Double Springs, Putnam Co., TN - d. 20 September 1940, Burkburnett, TX, md November 1908, OK to Myrtle (Hurst) Broshear Barnes, b. 14 February 1877, IN ­ d. 12 September 1952, Cookeville, TN d/o James Robert Hurst & Emma Alice Wade. Jesse Crockett Barnes, s/o Jesse Barnes & Cindarilla Pippin. *See Myrtle (Hurst) Barnes Obt. *See Frank Hurst Barnes Obt. *See Dorcus Morgan (Montgomery) Barnes buried in Double Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See William Walter/Woodrow Barnes Obt., buried in Double Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Jessie Z. Barnes b. 2 September 1865- d. 28 September 1888, age 23 yrs., 24 days, s/o William H. Barnes Jr. & Nancy Jane Saylors. *See John Burr Barnes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Nancy Jane (Saylors) Barnes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1870 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 128 ­Nancy J. is head of household, 40 yrs.old, TN. Children: Thomas E., 19 yrs. old; John B., 17 yrs. old; James F., 14 yrs. old; Alexander P., 12 yrs. old; Alice D., 8 yrs. old & Jesse Z. Barnes, 5 yrs. old. All born in TN). Jesse Zebedee " Zeb"Barnes Obt. b. 20 April 1894, TN ­ d. 24 October 1948, Putnam Co., TN, (Masonic emblem), s/o Alexander " Alex" Pleasant Barnes & Fannie Terry. (Masonic symbol) *See Alexander " Alex"Pleasant Barnes Obt. *See Charles K. Darwin buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Heart Attack Fatal to ` Zeb'Barnes, 54: Funeral services for Jesse Zabedee " Zeb" Barnes, 54, well-known Cookeville shoe merchant who died early Sunday morning at his home on Eighth Street, were held Monday morning at the Whitson Funeral Home. L. N. Moody, minister of the Broad Street Church of Christ, and the Rev. Bob Ramsey, pastor of the Firat Baptist Church, officiated. Burial was in City cemetery. Mr. Barnes, a veteran of World War I, suffered a heart attack on the sidewalk near his store in West Cookeville October 16 and had been in a critical condition since. A native of Putnam County, Mr. Barnes was the son of the late Alex Barnes and Mrs. Fannie Terry Barnes, Cookeville, a survivor. Mr. Barnes was a knights Templar Mason, a Shriner, and a member of the American Legion. He was active in the operation of his shoe store until the time of his heart attack. In addition to his mother, other survivors include his widow, Mrs. Jane Smith Barnes; daughter, Miss Martha Jane Barnes; two sisters, Mrs. Charles K. Darwin and Mrs. John A. Mitchell, both of Cookeville, and a brother, Jerry B. Barnes, Electra, TX. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 28 October 1948 (1900 census 15th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 102 ­Alex Barnes, 40 yrs. old, b. November 1859, TN, Occupation: Dry Goods Merchant, md 12 yrs. to Fanny F., 36 yrs., b. September 1863, TN, 4 children

born, 4 children living. Children: Jere B., 9 yrs. old, b. November 1890, TN; Ethel A., 7 yrs. old, b. September 1892; Zebedee J., 5 yrs. old, b. April 1895 & Mattie L. Barnes, 3 yrs. old, b. February 1897. All born in TN. Also living in the household: William Robinson, lodger, 33 yrs. old, b. October 1866, TN; Ben Clark, 24 yrs. old, b. September 1875, TN & Frank Fifer, 50 yrs. old, b. November 1849, TN, widow) John Burr Barnes b. 14 October 1853, TN ­ d. 25 October 1931, md 24th of December 1874 to Narcissus Almira (Pendergrass) Barnes, b. 24 May 1857, TN ­ d. 22 November 1920, Putnam Co., TN, d/o John Pendergrass. John Burr Barnes, s/o William H. Barnes Jr. & Nancy Jane Saylors. John Burr Barnes md 2nd Myrtle Knight. `She was the sunshine of our home' *See Alex C. Barnes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Jessie Z. Barnes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Nancy Jane (Saylors) Barnes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Narcissus Almira (Pendergrass) Barnes Obt. *See James Monroe Hatfield Obt. *See Willie May (Barnes) Hatfield Obt. *See Herbert Marian Hughes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Herschiel Sevier Barnes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Dr. Zebidee " Zeb"Lafayette Shipley Obt. Certificate: #437 Putnam Co., TN Deceased: Narcissus Barnes Birth: 24 May 1857 Birth Place: TN Death: 22 Nov 1920 Father: John Pendergrasss Birth Place: TN Mother: Unknown Birth Place: Unknown Cemetery: Cookeville Cemetery John Burr Barnes b. -----, TN d. 25 Oct 1931 Age: 78y 10d Father: William Barnes, TN Mother: Nancy Saylors, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #22601, Putnam Co., TN (1860 census Dist., 1, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 48 ­W. H. Barnes Jr. is head of household, 34 yrs. old, TN, md to Nancy, 30 yrs. old, TN. Children: Thomas, 9 yrs. old; John, 7 yrs. old; James C., 4 yrs. old & Alexander Barnes, 1 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Nancy Saylors, 12 yrs. old, TN. Milton Walden, 20 yrs. old, KY). (1870 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 128 ­Nancy J. is head of household, 40 yrs.old, TN. Children: Thomas E., 19 yrs. old; John B., 17 yrs. old; James F., 14 yrs. old; Alexander P., 12 yrs. old; Alice D., 8 yrs. old & Jesse Z. Barnes, 5 yrs. old. All born in TN). Census Place: 1880 District 1, Putnam Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 92C Dwl: 273 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Burr BARNES Self M M W 26 TN

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(1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 354 ­John B. Barnes is head of household, 46 yrs.. old, b. October 1853, TN md 26 yrs. to Elmira, 43 yrs. old, b. May 1857, TN, 6 children born, 6 children living. Children: Florence, 24 yrs. old. b. April 1876; Willie B., 22 yrs. old., b. April 1878; Maud, 19 yrs. old., b. February 1881; Seiver, 17 yrs.old., b. April 1883; Alec C., 14 yrs. old., b. November 1885 & Joel M. Barnes, 12 yrs. old, b. October 1887. All born in TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 144 ­ Herbert M. Hughes is head of household, 34 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Deputy Sheriff, Putnam Co., md 10 yrs. to Maud, 29 yrs. old, TN, 2 children born, 1 child living. Child: Herbert M Hughes Jr., 4 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: John B. Barnes, father-in-law, 56 yrs. old, TN md 36 yrs to Narcissa A. Barnes, mother-in-law, 53 yrs. old, TN, 6 children born, 1 child living). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Cedar St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 600 ­John B. Barnes is head of household, 66 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: U. S. Commissioner, md to Narcissa, 62 yrs. old, TN). Lillian (Whitson) Barnes Obt. b. 10 July 1916 ­d. 27 December 2001, Cookeville, TN, md Frank Barnes, b. 15 May 1913, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 22 June 2004, Cookeville, TN, s/o Jesse Crockett Barnes & Myrtle Hurst. Lillian (Whitson) Barnes, d/o Grover Cleveland Whitson & Alice Hawkins. *See Frank Barnes Obt. *See U. L. Whitson Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Lillian Whitson Barnes, 85, will be held at 1 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 28, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends tomorrow at the funeral home from 11 a.m. until time of service. Mrs. Barnes died today, December 27, 2001, at NHC of Cookeville. She was born on July 10, 1916, in Putnam County to the late Grover Cleveland and Alice Hawkins Whitson. A homemaker, she was a member of First Baptist Church. Her family includes her husband of 67 years, Frank Barnes of Cookeville; a son and daughter-in-law, Dr. Sam and Shelia Barnes of Cookeville; a brother and sister-in-law, U.L. and Pearl Whitson of Cookeville; five grandchildren, Molly B. Forsyth, Dorothy J. Merritt, Frank H. Barnes II, Mary Jessica Barnes, Jessie P. Barnes; and four great-granddaughters. Pallbearers will be Jerry Abston, Mike Patterson, John Allen, U.L. Hensley, Ronnie Gaw and Herbie G. Merritt Jr. Bro. Carson Whiteaker will officiate at the services. Published December 27, 2001 10:41 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN

Marsha Rose (Lee) Allen Barnes Obt. b. 13 August 1941 ­d. October 1979, md on the 11th of October 1977, Putnam Co,, TN to Dr. Sam Taylor Barnes, b. 10 March 1937, s/o Frank Hurst Barnes & Lillian Whitson. Marsha Rose (Lee) Allen Barnes, d/o Mr & Mrs. Fred Lee. *See Frank Hurst Barnes Obt. *See Sam Taylor Barnes M. D. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 246: Sam Taylor Barnes married 11 October 1977, Putnam Co., TNage 40, b. 10 March 1937, address: Rt. 2, Cookeville, TN to Marsha Lee Allen, age 36, b. 13 August 1941, address: 200 S. Washington, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Mr. & Mrs. Fred Lee, Rt. 3, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE ­Requiem Mass for Marsha Lee Barnes, 38, will be held Tuesday, Oct. 30, at 2 p.m. at St. Michael' Episcopal Church with Father Cameron Hess officiating. s Mrs. Barnes died yesterday at Cookeville General. A native of Michigan, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lee.x In addition to her parents, she is survived by her husband, Dr. Sam Barnes; a daughter, Lynnanne Allen; two sons, Brian David and Jonathan Noble Allen; two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Markum of Cookeville and Mrs. Marva Beunson of Magdalena, N. Mex. The body will be cremated and there will be no visitiation. Memorial donations may be made to the National Hemophilia Fondation through Vanderbilt Hospital, Nashville. Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 29 October 1979. Myrtle (Hurst) Barnes Obt. b. 14 February 1877, IN ­ d. 12 September 1952, Cookeville, TN, d/o James Robert Hurst & Emma Alice Wade. She md 1st on the 10th of September 1895, Spencer Co., IN to James Broshear ­ md 2nd Jesse Crockett Barnes, November 1908, OK. Jesse Crockett Barnes, b. 13 October 1862, Double Springs, Putnam Co., TN - d. 20 September 1940, Burkburnett, TX, s/o Jesse Barnes & Cindarilla Pippin - married: 1st Dorcas Morgan Montgomery (1862-1900) ­ md 2nd Myrtle (Hurst) Broshear. Dorcas Morgan (Montgomery) Barnes, b. 18 April 1862 ­ d. 5 November 1900, buried in Double Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Myrtle (Hurst) Brosher Barnes was brought to trial for the murder of Mattie Della (Pippin) Judd (1874-1912) who is buried in Double Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Myrtle was found not guilty but it was determined that Myrtle did indeed shoot and kill Della (Pippin) Judd, wife of William Wood Judd. *See Jesse Crockett Barnes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mabel Broshear (Barnes) Goldman Obt. *See Jessie (Barnes) Siglow Obt. *See Frank Hurst Barnes Obt. *See William Woody " W.W."Judd Obt., buried in Double Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Mrs. Myrtle Barnes Dies At Cookeville: Mrs. Myrtle Hurst Barnes, 76, died at 4 a.m. today at her home here after a long illness.

She was a native of Indiana, but had lived here almost 40 years. She was the widow of J. C. Barnes (Jesse Crockett Barnes). Mrs. Barnes was a member of the Methodist Church and was active in the work of the Ladies Aid Society. She was also a member of the Wesleyan Service Guild. Mrs. Barnes was a past matron of the local Eastern Star and held offices in the grand chapter of Tennessee for several years. For many years, she was active in Republican affairs here. Funeral arrangements are incomplete, pending the arrival of relatives. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge. Survivors include 2 daughters, Mrs. Victor Wilson, Alma, MI, and Mrs. Norman Siglo, Los Alamos, NM; 2 sons, Allan Broshear Barnes, Los Angeles, CA and Frank Barnes, Detroit, MI; 2 step-daughters, Mrs. Cora Bartlett, Lebanon, TN and Mrs. Mahalia Wyatt, OK; 2 step-sons, Robert Barnes, TX and John Barnes, Detroit, MI. Banner newspaper, TN: 24 September 1952, pg. 14. Nancy Jane (Saylors) Barnes b. 25 May 1830, TN ­d. 7 February 1901, md William H. Barnes Jr. *See Jessie Z. Barnes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See John Burr Barnes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1860 census Dist., 1, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 48 ­W. H. Barnes Jr. is head of household, 34 yrs. old, TN, md to Nancy, 30 yrs. old, TN. Children: Thomas, 9 yrs. old; John, 7 yrs. old; James C., 4 yrs. old & Alexander Barnes, 1 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Nancy Saylors, 12 yrs. old, TN. Milton Walden, 20 yrs. old, KY). (1870 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 128 ­Nancy J. is head of household, 40 yrs.old, TN. Children: Thomas E., 19 yrs. old; John B., 17 yrs. old; James F., 14 yrs. old; Alexander P., 12 yrs. old; Alice D., 8 yrs. old & Jesse Z. Barnes, 5 yrs. old. All born in TN). Narcissus Almira (Pendergrass) Barnes Obt. b. 24 May 1857, TN ­ d. 22 November 1920, Putnam Co., TN, md 24th of December 1874 to John Burr Barnes, b. 14 October 1853, TN ­ d. 25 October 1931, s/o William H. Barnes Jr. & Nancy Jane Saylors. Narcissus Almira (Pendergrass) Barnes, d/o John Pendergrass. *See John Burr Barnes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. J. B. Barnes died at her home in this city on Monday evening, November 22, 1920, at 7:30 o' clock. She had been an invalid for several years and had been confined to her bed for a long while. Her funeral was conducted by Bro. Chas. L. Tailey, assisted by Bro. J. D. Gunn of Sparta, at the Christian Church here, on Tuesday, November 23, a large number of friends and relatives being in attendance. She had been a devoted Christina since her girlhood and at the time of her death was a member of the Christian Church at Cookeville. She leaves to mourn her death, her husband, J. B. Barnes, her daughters, Mrs. Z. L. Shipley, Mrs. J. M. Hatfield, Mrs. H. M. Hughes, and her two sons, H. S. barnes, an attorney of the Cookeville bar, and Joel M. Barnes, Principal of the White county High School at Sparta, and a number of grandchildren and other relatives and friends. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 2 December 1920. Sam Taylor Barnes M. D.

b. 10 March 1937, md 1st Glenlee Ferguson ­ md 2nd on the 11th of October 1977, Putnam Co., TN to Marsha Rose (Lee) Allen Barnes ­ md 3rd Shelia Darlene Patterson, d/o Hugh Francis Patterson & Mary Baker. Sam Taylor Barnes M. D. is an Orthopedic Surgeon in Cookeville, TN. Sam Taylor Barnes, M. D. is the son of Frank Hurst Barnes (1913-2004), s/o Jesse Crockett Barnes (1862-1940) & Myrtle Hurst (1877-1952) & Lillian Whitson. Frank Hurst Barnes married Lillian Elizabeth Whitson (19162001), d/o Grover Cleveland Whitson (1890-1973) & Alice A. Hawkins (1890-1923). Shelia Darlene (Patterson) Barnes was born 11 June 1958, Nashville, TN. She married Sam Taylor Barnes, April 1982 in the Baths-Virgin Gorda, BVI. *See Frank Hurst Barnes buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Marsha Rose (Lee) Allen Barnes Obt. Children with Glenlee Ferguson: Molly Lisa Barnes, b. 8 June 1965; Dorotht James "Jamie" Barnes, b. 14 June 1967 & Frank Hurst II Barnes, b. 26 March 1971. Children with Shelia Darlen Patterson: Mary Jessica Barnes, b. 11 April 1983 & Jesse Patterson Barnes, b. 1 August 1987. Susan (Tinnon) Barnes b. 14 November 1888 ­ d. 26 August 1972, md on the 12th of October 1915, Putnam Co., TN to Herchiel Sevier Barnes, b. 15 April 1882 ­d. 10 February 1925, both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Herschiel Sevier Barnes buried in Cookeville, City Cemetery. Susan Tinnon Barnes is retiring after teaching here for 33 years. She came to Cookeville in 1915 shortly after her marriage to Herschel Sevier Barnes, a lawyer who graduated in 1908 from Soule College in Murfreesboro. She became a teacher when her husband died in 1920. She taught for several years at the Cookeville City School and later went to the Seventh Street Training School where she became principal. She ended her teaching career at Park View Elementary this year. Mrs. Barnes is a charter member of the Cookeville Music Club and a member of the Cookeville Methodist Church. She plans to remain in Cookeville where her daughter, Mrs. Ruby Goolsby, and her son, H. S. Barnes, Jr. live. Herald-Citizen newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: 4 June 1953 James Harry Barnett b. 21 April 1925, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 29 July 1931, s/o James P. Barnett & Mary Lee Whitson. *See James P. Barnett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. James P. Barnett b. 18 June 1894 ­ d. 8 October 1973, md on the 16th of June 1922, Putnam Co., TN to Mary Lee (Whitson) Barnett, b. 9 January 1901, TN ­ d. 29 July 1931, d/o Harvey Denton Whitson & Etta Farley. James P. Barnett remarried in 1950 and was living in Nashville, TN. (Mary Lee (Whitson) Barnett and her two small sons are buried in a special made casket all in one, a child on each side of her). *See James Harry Barnett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Robert Harvey Barnett *See Judge Harvey Denton Whitson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Robert Jeremiah Whitson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 104, #2675: James P. Barnett married 16 June 1922, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Mary Lee Whitson

(SS Death Index: Name: JAMES P BARNETT - Birth: 18 Jun 1894 ­Death: 8 Oct 1973­Age: 79 ­Last Residence: Nashville, Davidson, TN 37110 - Last Benefit: (not specified) ­ SSN: 408-64-4090 Issued By: Tennessee). JOINT FUNERAL SERVICES HELD FOR FIVE DROWING VICTIMS AT HOME FRIDAY Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN Thursday, 6 August 1931 Thousands Gather At Whitson Home to Hear Last Rites For Figures In Burgess Falls Tragedy; Steel, Edwards, and Jarvis Conduct Service Joint funeral services for Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah Whitson, Mrs. J. P. Barnett and her two sons, Robert, 2, and James, 5, were held at the residence of Judge and Mrs. H. D. Whitson on Sparta road Friday afternoon. Burial took place in the City Cemetery. A crowd of approximately 4,000 people gathered at the home to pay their respects to the quintet who were drowned when the boat in which they were riding at Burgess Falls sank on Wednesday night. Services were conducted by the Rev. E. M. Steel, pastor of the Methodist Church of Cookeville, assisted by the Rev. Sam Edwards, of the First Baptist Church, of Nashville. A motorcade, extending for more than a mile followed the three funeral coaches which carried the bodies to their graves. Cookeville merchants, in response to a proclamation issued by Mayor Ezra Davis Friday morning, closed their places of business for two hours Friday afternoon. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 57 ­Harvey D. Whitson is head of household, 59 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Judge, Putnam County, md 15 yrs. to Etta, 59 yrs. old, TN, 6 children born, 6 children living. Children: Alice, 14 yrs. old; Robert J., 12 yrs. old; Mary L., 9 yrs. old; Howard H., 4 yrs. old; Lucy, 2 yrs. old & Anna P. Whitson, 8/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Sparta Pike, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 319- Harvey Whitson is head of household, 49 yrs. old, TN , Occupation: Judge County, md to Etta, 48 yrs. old, TN. Children: Alice Lou, 24 yrs. old; Mary Lee, 19 yrs. old; Jeremiah, 22 yrs. old; dau., 10 yrs. old; Howard, 14 yrs. old & Lucy Whitson, 12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1930 census Cookeville Town East of Walnut St., Broadway, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 103-285315­Harvey D. Whitson is head of household, 59 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Supervisor Road Co., (24 yrs. old 1st marriage) md to Etta, 59 yrs. old, TN, (23 yrs. old 1st marriage). Children: Alice, 34 yrs. old, TN; Lucy, 22 yrs. old, TN & Anna P. Whitson, 20 yrs. old, TN. Mary L. Barnett, dau., 29 yrs. old, (21 yrs. old 1st marriage), James H. Barnett, grandson, 4+ yrs. old, TN & Robert H. Barnett, grandson, 0/12 yrs. old, TN). Lester Dale " D."Barnett Obt. L. b. 25 November 1960 ­ d. 5 May 2006, md Georgette (Swallows) Barnett. Lester Dale " D."Barnett, L. s/o James Harold Barnett & Elsie Louis Starkey. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Lester Dale (L.D.) Barnett, 45, of Cookeville will be held at 10 a.m. Monday, May 8, from the Cookeville chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-8 p.m. on Sunday and from 9 a.m. until time of services Monday at the funeral home.

Mr. Barnett died Friday, May 5, 2006, at Masters Health Care Center in Algood. He was born Nov. 25, 1960, in Madison to Elsie Louis Starkey Barnett of Madison and the late James Harold Barnett. Mr. Barnett was an associate with Wal-Mart and Kroger before he became ill. He was a member of the Protestant faith. Mr. Barnett was an avid golfer and held a first-degree black belt in Wado Ryu Karate. In addition to his mother, his family includes his wife, Georgette Swallows; a daughter, Victoria Nicole Barnett of Cookeville; three brothers, the Rev. Greg Barnett of Lincoln County, Charles "Chuck" Barnett of Cedar Hills and Michael Barnett of Madison; four sisters, Connie Toungette of Lebanon, Debbie Warren of Springfield, Dottie Robinson of Madison and Nikki Alred of Old Hickory; a father-in-law and mother-inlaw, Willie and Billie Swallows of Cookeville; a sister-in-law and her husband, Angela and Glenn Trumbo of Nashville; and two brothers-in-law and a spouse, Steve Swallows of Fort Myers, Fla., and Mike and Loretta Swallows of Cookeville. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by a brother, Scott Allen Barnett. Family and friends will serve as pallbearers. The Rev. Greg Barnett will officiate the services. Published May 06, 2006 5:11 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Robert Harvey Barnett b. 15 March 1930, TN ­d. 29 July 1931, s/o James P. Barnett & Mary Lee Whitson. *See James P. Barnett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Ella Jane Barr b. 1870, NY ­d. 1935 Mrs. Ella Barr b. ----d. 3 Jun 1935 Age: abt 73y Father: Unknown Mother: Unknown City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #13702, Putnam Co., TN (1910 census 8th Civil Dist., Buffalo Valley Rd., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 197 ­James M. Hickey is head of household, 38 yrs. old, TN md 7 yrs. to Rachel L., 28 yrs. old, 2 children born, 2 children living. Children: Haskell R. 5 yrs. old, TN & Laura M. Hickey, 4 yrs. old., TN. Also living in the household, Ella J. Barr, boarder, 51 yrs. old, NY, divorced, (father born in CN, mother born in VT), Occupation: Artist). (1920 census 8th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 288 ­Ellis J. Barr is head of household, 61 yrs. old, NY, widow) Ira Barreger Obt. b. 1896, KY ­d. 17 February 1979, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN COOKEVILLE ­Funeral servides for Ira Barriger, 82, were held Tuesday, Feb. 20 at 1 p.m. at the chaple of Whitson Funeral Home with Bro. Oscar Nash officiating. Mrs. Barriger died Feb. 17 in Cookeville General Hospital.

Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Barriger was a native of Kentucky. She is survived by one son, Robert Barriger of Indiana: seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 21 February 1979. Clifton Austin Bartlett b. 19 April 1924 ­d. 7 December 1993, (S Sgt. U. S. Marine Corps WWII ­Korea ­Vietnam), md Jewel R. (unknown) Bartlett, b. 14 September 1911 ­d. 21 March 1997. Cordell Bartlett Obt. b. ca. 1911 ­d. 20 August 1984, Cookeville, TN, md 1939, Huntsville, AL to Ruby Mai (Allen) Bartlett, b. 1 May 1908, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 25 February 1998, Algood, TN, d/o Munday Monroe Allen (18681954) & Henrietta " Etta"Johnson (1878-1965). *See Munday Monroe Allen buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Doyle Lafayette Bartlett Obt. *See Louisa Kathleen " Kate"(Shanks) Bartlett Obt. *See Roscoe Franklin Bartlett Obt. Algood Funeral services for Cordell Bartlett, 73, of 175 Virginia Ave., Algood, will be held Wednesday, August 22 at 2:00 at Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home with Bob Spurlin and Larry Acuff officiating. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Bartlett died Monday, August 20, 1984, at Cookeville General Hospital. A native of DeKalb County, he was the son of the late Roscoe and Catherine Shanks Bartlett. He was a veteran of WWII. Mr. Bartlett had been employed with Kern' Bread Co. for a number of years. s His family includes his wife, Mrs. Ruby Allen Bartlett, a son, Larry Edward Bartlett of Algood, a brother, Walter Bartlett of Athens, TN; 5 sisters, Maurine Leftwich of Baxter, Mrs. Vera Seeley of Ferndale, MI, Mrs. Thelma Bilbrey and Mrs. Anna Carter both of Cookeville, and Mrs. Stella Ward of Gallatin, and 3 grandchildren. Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 21 August 1984, pg. 5. Doyle Lafayette Bartlett Obt. b. 11 February 1912, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 2 July 1955, Detroit, MI, md Roberta (Ward) Bartlett, b. 26 May 1915 ­ d. 21 March 1962. Doyle Lafayette Bartlett, s/o Roscoe Franklin Bartlett & Mary Katherine Shanks. *See Cordell Bartlett Obt. *See Louisa Kathleen " Kate"(Shanks) Bartlett Obt. *See Roscoe Franklin Bartlett Obt. *See William " Bill"Bartlett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Thelma Katherine " Kate"(Bartlett) Bilbrey Obt. *See A. P. Stone Obt. Doyle Bartlett Dies In Detroit; Rites Held Here:

Funeral services for Doyle L. Bartlett, 43, Putnam County native who died Saturday in Detroit, were held Wednesday afternoon at 3:00 at Carver Funeral Home, with Dr. John Sykes, pastor of First Baptist Church officiating. Burial was in the City Cemetery. Carver Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Roberta Ward Barteltt; three sons, Eugene, Billy, and Roger Dale Bartlett; one daughter, Barbara Bartlett all of Detroit; three brothers, Cordell Bartlett, Algood, Ned Bartlett, Knoxville and Walter K. Bartlett of Cleveland; seven sisters, Mrs. A. P. Stone, Barberton, Ohio; Mrs. Burch Leftwich, Buffalo Valley; Miss Hortense Bartlett, Cookeville; Mrs. Willie Carter, Jr., Toyko, Japan; Mrs. Charles Ward, Baxter; Mrs. Johnny Seeley, Detroit; and Mrs. Wiley Lee Bilbrey, Brotherton. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 4 July 1955. John Clarence Bartlett Obt. b. 8 May 1918, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 28 December 2006, Cookeville, TN, md Evelyn (Mitchell) Bartlett. John Clarence Bartlett, s/o John Lawrence Bartlett & Nancy Lou Holman. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for John Clarence Bartlett, 88, of the Dry Valley Community, will be held Sunday, Dec. 31, at 1 p.m. at the Cookeville chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial with military honors will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Family will receive friends Saturday, Dec. 30, from 5-8 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 31, from 12 noon until time of services at the funeral home. Mr. Bartlett died Thursday, Dec. 28, 2006, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born May 8, 1918, in Putnam County to the late John Lawrence Bartlett and Nancy Lou Holman Bartlett McCaleb. Mr. Bartlett was a World War II Army Air Corp veteran. Following his discharge from the Army, he returned to Cookeville and through the Putnam County Department of Education he taught Vocational Agriculture to World War II veterans. Mr. Bartlett was a member of Cookeville First Baptist Church where he served as a Deacon and taught Sunday School for a number of years. He was a lifelong farmer in the Dry Valley Community. Mr. Bartlett opened the first Farm Bureau office in Cookeville and was associated with it for over 32 years. Later, he joined the Legge Insurance Agency and worked until his retirement. Mr. Bartlett was active in many community and civic affairs. In the early 1950's he helped organize and served as president of the Dry Valley Community Club. He was also a member of the American Angus Association since 1950. Mr. Bartlett served many years on the Putnam County Fair Board and was a member of American Legion Post 46 as well as a member, past president (1968-1969) and Paul Harris Fellow with the Cookeville Noon Day Rotary Club. He married his wife of over 60 years, Evelyn Mitchell Bartlett of Cookeville, on Mar. 23, 1946, in Clovis, N.M. In addition to his wife, his family includes a son and daughter-in-law, John and Carol Bartlett of Cookeville; two sisters-in-law, Judy Bartlett of Algood and Elise Hicks of Mt. Juliet; a brother- and sisterin-law, Sam and Bobbie Mitchell of Cookeville; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Mr. Bartlett was preceded in death by a twin brother, Dewey Lawrence Bartlett. Pallbearers will be Paul Capps, Mike Phipps, Tommy Haile, Clint Way, Tommy Scott, Dean Anderson, Randy Adams and Dr. Jackie Corbin. Honorary pallbearers will be Melton Noel, Charles Cravens, Don

Horton, Dr. Hamp Morrison, Dr. Howard Rosen, McCoy Shelton, Jim Viar, Bill Legge Jr., Perry Phipps and members of the Cookeville Noon Day Rotary. Memorial donations may be made to Cookeville First Baptist Church or to Rotary International by contacting the funeral home. Dr. Randall Adkisson and Rev. Charles Hutchison will officiate the services. Published December 29, 2006 10:11 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Louisa Kathleen " Kate"(Shanks) Bartlett Obt. b. 16 January 1888, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 17 May 1957, Nashville, Davidson Co., TN, md on the 26th of December 1908, Putnam Co., TN to Roscoe Franklin Bartlett, b. 16 March 1887, Putnam Co., TN - d. 28 March 1963, Nashville, Davidson Co., TN, s/o Henry Lafayette Bartlett & Delia Sandora Love. Kathleen (Shanks) Bartlett, d/o Robert Fain Shanks (1855-1936) & Anna " Annie" Anderson (18511919). *See Cordell Bartlett Obt. *See Doyle Lafayette Bartlett Obt. *See Roscoe Franklin Bartlett Obt. *See Thelma Katherine (Bartlett) Bilbrey Obt. *See A. P. Stone Obt. Funeral services for Mrs. Katherine Shanks Bartlett, 69, were held Sunday at the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Rev. J. H. Robertson, officiating. Burial was in City Cemetery. Mrs. Bartlett was the wife of Roscoe Franklin Bartlett. She died Friday morning at Baptist Hospital in Nashville after an illness of 2 weeks. Mrs. Bartlett, daughter of Robert and Ann Shanks, was a native of Putnam Countian. She was a resident of Popular Grove Community and a member of P. G. Baptist Church. Besides her husband she is survived by 3 sons, Cordell of Cookeville, Ned of Nashville, Walter K. of Cleveland, 7 daughters, Mrs. Wiley Bilbrey, Miss Hortense Bartlett of Cookeville, Mrs. A. P. Stone of Barberton, Ohio, Mrs. Burch Leftwich of Silver Point, Mrs. Willis Carter, Jr., of Boston, Mrs. C. L. Ward of Gallatin, Mrs. John Seely of Michigan, 2 brothers, Luke and Walter Shanks, and a sister, Mrs. Betty Prichett, all of Silver Point, and 14 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 20 May 1957. Roscoe Franklin Bartlett Obt. b. 16 March 1887, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 28 March 1963, Nashville, Davidson Co., TN, md on the 26th of December 1908, Putnam Co., TN to Louisa Kathleen " Kate" (Shanks) Bartlett, b. 16 January 1888, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 17 May 1957, Nashville, Davidson Co., TN, d/o Robert Fain Shanks (1855-1936) & Anna " Annie" Anderson (1851-1919). Roscoe Franklin Bartlett, s/o Henry Lafayette Bartlett & Delia Sandora Love. *See Cordell Bartlett Obt. *See Doyle Lafayette Bartlett Obt. *See Louisa Kathleen " Kate"(Shanks) Bartlett Obt. *See Thelma Katherine (Bartlett) Bilbrey Obt. *See A. P. Stone Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 494, #1423: Roscoe Bartlett married 26 December 1908, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Catherine Shanks).

Funeral services for Roscoe Franklin Bartlett, 76, were held recently in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Rev. Jim Robinson officiating. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Bartlett, a retired farmer of the Popular Grove community, died at the Mid-State Baptist Hospital, Nashville, following a month' illness. s He is survived by 3 sons, Cordell Bartlett of Algood, Ned Bartlett of Nashville, Walter Bartlett of Athens; 7 daughters, Pansy Stone, Barberton, Ohio, Mrs. Maurine Leftwich, Baxter, Miss Hortense Bartlett, Cookeville, Mrs. Anna Carter, McLean, VA, Mrs. Vera Seeley, Ferndale, MI, Mrs. Stella Ward, Gallatin, Mrs. Thelma Bilbrey, Cookeville; 1 brother, S. C. Bartlett, Carthage; 2 sisters, Mrs. Jimmie Payne, New Middleton, and Mrs. Mitchell Warren, Shop Springs; 17 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Putnam County Herald, TN: April 1963, pg. 7. DEATH CLAIMS FATHER OF MRS. WARD Funeral services were conducted at Cookeville last Saturday for Roscoe F. Bartlett of Putnam County, father of Mrs. Charles Ward of Gallatin. Mr. Barlett died in Baptist Hospital, Nashville, after a lengthy illness. In addition to Mrs. Ward, he leaves 9 other children; Mrs. Pansy Stone, Barber, Ohio, Cordell Bartlett, Cookeville, Mrs. Maureen Leftwich, Baxter, Miss Hortense Bartlett, Cookeville, Mrs. Anna Carter, McLean, VA, Mrs. Vera Seely, Detroit, MI, Mrs. Thelma Bilbrey, Algood, TN, Ned Bartlett, Nashville, and Walter Bartlett, Athens. Burial was in Cookeville Cemetery. Sumner County News, TN: 4 April 1963 William F. " Bill"Bartlett b. 12 June 1937 ­d. 21 July 1983, s/o Doyle Lafayette Bartlett & Roberta Ward. *See Doyle Lafayett Bartlett Obt. Efrain Juan Bartolome Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Efrain Juan Bartolome, four-month-old infant son of Tereza DeJesus Bartolome, were held at 10 a.m. today, June 8, at Cookeville City Cemetery. Efrain died Saturday, June 4, 2005, at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville. He was born Jan. 21, 2005, in Cookeville. In addition to his mother, his family includes grandparents, Maria Bartolome and Sebastian Juan; two uncles, Nicolas and Diego Bartolome and one aunt, Petrona Bartolome. The Rev. Miguel Carpizo officiated at the services. Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements. Published June 08, 2005 10:39 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN

John Henry Barton Obt. b. 1 January 1934, Lansing, NC ­d. 14 January 2004, Cookeville, TN, md on the 1st of November to Joyce (Grimsley) Barton. John Henry Barton, s/o Archie Barton & Winnie Johnson. `Grieve not for me I'm Free' COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for John Henry Barton, 70, of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 16, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. today, Thursday, Jan. 15, and from 10 a.m. until time of services on Friday at the funeral home. Mr. Barton died on Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2004, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born on Jan. 1, 1934, in Lansing, N.C., to the late Archie and Winnie Johnson Barton. He owned and operated the George A. Mitchell Manufacturing Company in Cookeville. Mr. Barton was a member of Bangham Heights Baptist Church. He served in the Air Force during the Korean War. His family includes his wife of more than 14 years, Joyce Grimsley Barton; two sons and a daughter-inlaw, Curtis Barton of California and John D. and Debbie Barton of Ohio; three daughters, Pam Vaughan of Washington, Cindy Hovey and Mickey Rosota and Jodie Bunce, all of Ohio; two sisters and a brother-inlaw, Glenna Cox of Florida and Betsy and Herman Meyers of Ohio; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Tom and Gay Barton of Florida and Sherwood and Marcia Barton of Ohio; and nine grandchildren, Tamara, Josalyn and Stephen Barton, Ashley Hovey, Jennifer Bunce, Nichole, David and Marcella Vaughan, and Mason Makuch. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by an infant sister. Pallbearers will be Dr. Opless Walker, Harlan Henry, Jim Lynn, Eddie Fox, Russell Blaylock and Wayne Langford. Honorary pallbearers will be employees of George A. Mitchell Manufacturing Company. Bro. Keith Tosh will officiate at the services. Published January 15, 2004 10:20 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Mary Allan Barton b. 29 July 1916 ­d. 7 August 1950. Rose (Vandetti) Barton Obt. b. 29 August 1929, New York, NY ­ d. 24 February 2003, Cookeville, TN, md Frank Henry Barton. Rose (Vamdetto) Barton, d/o John & Yetta Erlich Vandetti. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Rose Barton, 73, of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 27, from the Cookeville chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-9 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 26, at the funeral home.

Mrs. Barton died on Monday, Feb. 24, 2003, at her home. She was born on Aug. 29, 1929, in New York, N.Y., to the late John and Yetta Erlich Vandetti. Mrs. Barton was a homemaker. Her family includes a daughter and son-in-law, Evelyn and Dale Michael Christian of Cookeville; a son, David Barton of North Babylon, N.Y.; three brothers, Eddy Vandetti of Florida and John and Ralph Vandetti, both of New York; a granddaughter, Preschilla Villasenor of Cookeville; and three greatgrandchildren, Vinnie, Frankie and Jessy Villasenor. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Henry Barton. Rev. Roger Cooper will officiate at the services. Published February 25, 2003 11:56 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN H. R. " Bob"Barwick b. 4 August 1912 ­d. 11 January 1983, md Elizabeth (Hoffmeister) Barwick, b. 11 September 1914, TN ­d. 8 June 1968, d/o James Albert Hoffmeister Sr. & Lena May Bresler. `A man among men' `To know her was to love her' *See James Albert Hoffmeister Sr. Obt. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 278 ­James A. Hoffmeister is head of household, 33 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Liveryman Own Stable md 12 yrs. to Lena, 27 yrs. old, IN (parents both born in IN), 5 children born, 5 children living. Children; Hallis, 10 yrs. old; Mary T., 8 yrs. old; Ana L., 7 yrs. old; Hellen, 5 yrs. old & Audry Hoffmeister, 2 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Mary H., Bresler, mother-in-law, 52 yrs. old, IN, (parents born born in IN), 2 children born, 2 children living. Edgar McClain, black, servant, Occupation: Driver Livery Team, 20 yrs. old, TN & Charlie McClain, black, 18 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Laborer Livery Stable). (1930 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town - West Part, Cookeville, Cedar St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 310 -38- 42 ­Lena Hoffmeister, 47 yrs. old, IN (parents both born in IN), widow, Occupation: Manager Store. Children: Pauline, 18 yrs. old; Elizabeth, 15 yrs. old & James A. Hoffmeister Jr., 8 yrs. old. All born in TN). Dolly Belle (Huff) Bass b. 1893 ­d. 1968. Buried next to Mack & Mary (Huff) Wade. *See Mack Wade buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Charles Daniel Bassett b. 25 February 1903 ­ d. 1 May 1952, md on the 6th of June 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Dimple (Greenwood) Bassett, b. 21 July 1907, TN ­d. 18 June 1976, d/o Walter H. Greenwood & Alta Hodge. *See Walter H. Greenwood Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 476, #4613: Charles Daniel Bassett married 6 June 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Dimple Greewood). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 280 ­Walter Greenwood is head of household, 19 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Merchant Retail Grocer md 4 yrs. to Altie, 19 yrs. old, TN, 2 children born, 2 children living. Children: Dimple, 2 yrs. old, TN & Agnes Greenwood, 8/12 yrs. old, TN). John Nicholas Batchelor Jr. Obt. b. 7 December 1942 ­d. 23 October 2004, md Bonnie (Hall) Batchelor, b. 3 March 1943. John Nicholas Batchelor Jr., s/o John Nicholas Batchelor Sr. & Ila Bonnie Booth.

COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for John Nicholas Batchelor Jr., 61, of Cookeville will be held at 2 p.m. on Tues., Oct. 26, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. today, Monday, Oct. 25; and from noon until 2 p.m. on Tuesday, at the funeral home. Mr. Batchelor died on Saturday, Oct. 23, 2004, in Atlanta, Ga. He was born on Dec. 7, 1942, in Los Angeles, Calif., to the late John Nicholas Sr. and Ila Bonnie Booth Batchelor. He was employed at Nesco Company and was a member of the Presbyterian faith. His family includes his wife of 42 years, Bonnie Hall Batchelor of Cookeville, two daughters and a son-inlaw, Christy and Doug Kinnard of Cookeville, and Kerri Rittenberry of Mt. Juliet; a son and daughter-inlaw, Michael John and Heather Batchelor of Madison, Ala.; a brother, Keel Batchelor of Kansas City, Mo.; and five grandchildren, Nicholas Gilreath, Matthew Kinnard, Brett and Blake Batchelor and Alexis Rittenberry. Pallbearers will be Charles Anderson, Bobby Simmons, Doug Buck, David and Darin Batchelor and Keith Corbin. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, which is the charity of choice of John and Bonnie Batchelor, or the charity of choice. Rev. Don Choate will officiate at the services. Published October 25, 2004 12:32 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Coleman Troy Bates b. 5 January 1904 ­d. 13 February 1968, md the 14th of February 1933, PutnamCo., TN. Christine (Ford) Bates, b. 9 October 1910 ­d. 19 June 1976, d/o John Dow Ford Sr. & Alice Preston Hayes. *See Amy (Whitaker) Ford Obt. *See John Dow Ford buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Marsha Elaine Bates, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Gary Coleman Bates, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 13: Coleman Bates married 14 February 1933, Putnam Co., TN, age 29, address: Cookeville, TN to Miss Christine Ford, age 22, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian of next of kin of female: J. D. Ford, Cookeville). A ceremony at the Coleman Bates' home on December 20, 1963, united Barbara Hayes Bates and Jim Dale Hawkins. Barbara is the daughter of Christine Ford and Coleman Troy Bates. Jim is the son of Lillian Johnson and Lester Hawkins. Barbara and Jim have three sons, Steven, Jeffery and Christopher Alan. Jim has three sisters Bonnie Mitchell, Delores Dockery and Wanda DeLaune. Barbara and Jim have six grandchildren, three girls and three boys. Coleman Troy Bates was associated with the Life & Casualty Insurance Company. Coleman was born January 5, 1904 and died February 13, 1968. He is buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. The Bates family belonged to the Cookeville Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

Coleman and Christine had three children: Marsha Elaine, Gary Coleman and Barbara Hayes Bates. Martha/Marsha Elaine Bates was born and died September 13, 1938, Gary Coleman Bates was born and died December 6, 1939. They are buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Gary Coleman Bates b. 6 December 1939 ­d. 6 December 1939, s/o Coleman Troy Bates & Christine Ford. *See Coleman Troy Bates, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. James Douglas " Doug"Bates Obt. b. 5 December 1948, West Covina, CA ­ d. 3 June 2009, Cookeville, TN, md on the 6th of June 1970, Lawrence, TN to Deborah Ann " Debbie" (Kent) Bates. J. Douglas " Doug" Bates, s/o James G. & Velma Bates. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Lawrence Co., TN, pg. 457, #908: James Douglas Bates married 6 June 1970, Lawrence, TN, age 21, address: Rt. 1, Lawrenceburg, TN to Deborah Ann Kent, age 17, address: Rt. 4, Lawrenceburg, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Mr. & Mrs. Don S. Kent, Rt. 4, Lawrenceburg, TN). COOKEVILLE -- J. Douglas Bates, 60, of Cookeville, loving husband, hero father, compassionate son and encouraging friend, peacefully went home to be with his Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ, Wednesday, June 3, 2009. If he has touched your life, come and share your memories with the family from 5-8 p.m. today, Friday, June 5, at Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Celebration services will be held at First Baptist Church in Cookeville at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 6. Interment, with military honors, will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. Dr. Gerald Stow and Dr. Randall Adkisson will officiate. His legacy includes his wife of 39 years, Debbie Kent Bates; daughter Celeste Bates Gammon (husband Tony Gammon), Abby Bates Williams (husband Councilman Ryan Williams) and Natalie Christine Bates. His grandchildren include Grace Ann Gammon, Grant Gammon, Grady Gammon, Tyson Williams and Carson Williams. His heritage includes his devoted mother, Mrs. Velma C. Bates of Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, and the late James G. Bates. His sisters include Carol Edmondson (husband Richard Edmondson) of Ethridge, TN and Barbara Galloway (husband Sam Galloway) of Columbus, IN. Born in West Covina, California, on December 5, 1948, Doug moved to Lawrenceburg, Tennessee, where he grew up, met and married his high school sweetheart, Debbie Kent. He then served his country as a combat medic where he received the Bronze Star for outstanding service. After returning from Vietnam, he received his B.S. and M.S. in biology from Tennessee Technological University. He then owned and operated New Day Maintenance and Supply and attended First Baptist Church of Cookeville where he taught Sunday school, served as a deacon and worked with the singles ministry. After being diagnosed with prostate cancer, he fulfilled his lifelong ambition and wrote a book titled "Circles Around the Sun" about his experiences in the Vietnam War. During his latter years, he was an insurance salesman for Woodmen of the World. Doug Bates' passions revolved around his desire to please and serve his heavenly Father. He was constantly looking for an opportunity to share his faith with strangers or friends. He gave back to his community through Habitat for Humanity, Rotary Club and serving as a volunteer in the Cancer Center at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. His family was also at the center of his heart. He enjoyed listening to the giggles of his five grandchildren,

kisses of his beautiful wife, and the embraces of his three girls. He loved the beach and playing golf with his buddies even through the pain of his illness. He was known to say, "Cancer may take my body, but it can't take my joy." The last seven years, as Doug bravely faced the slow deterioration of his health, he had continually blessed the medical professionals, his family and his friends with his optimism and love for life and his Lord. Those who knew him cannot help but feel blessed that we experienced James Douglas Bates and feel the confidence that Doug is as intimate with God as he can be. Donations in Doug's honor can be made to Highland Rim Academy, a classical Christian education school where his grandchildren attend (P.O. Box 3022, Cookeville, 38502) and/or to the City of Cookeville (P.O. Box 571, Cookeville, 38501) for a dedicated improvement in Dogwood Park. Pallbearers will be golfing buddies at First Baptist Church. Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, (931) 526-6111. You may share your thoughts and memories at www.hhhfunerals.com Friday, Jun 05, 2009: Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN Jessie Lee Bates b. 28 April 1896 ­d. 21 February 1971, (Tenn Pfc Co A 319 MG BN), md Mary Kate (unknown) Bates, b. 1 January 1900 ­d. 20 January 1986. `God Alone Understands' (SS Death Index: Name: JESSIE BATES Birth: 28 Apr 1896 ­ Death: Feb 1971 ­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (not specified) ­SSN: 411-20-3175, TN) Marsha Elaine Bates b. 13 September 1938 ­d. 13 September 1938, d/o Coleman Troy Bates & Christine Ford. *See Coleman Troy Bates, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Toy Bates b. 3 June 1903 ­ d. 29 September 1986, md on the 20th of February 1927, Putnam Co., TN to Bessie M. (Bockman) Bates, b. 2 January 1904­d. 3 September 1988. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 395, #4382: Toy Bates married 20 February 1927, Putnam Co., TN to Bessie Bockman. By whom married; W. V. Cole, Justice of the Peace). Charles Edward Bean Obt. b. 2 October 1938 ­d. 17 October 2009, Cookeville, TN, md on the 24th of August 1957, Putnam Co., TN to Juanita (Boatman) Bean, b. 12 August 1942. Charles Edward Bean, s/o Jarvis Bean & Willie Ama Hunter. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Charles Edward Bean married 24 August 1957, Putnam Co., TN, age 18, b. 2 October 1938, address: 4740 N. Kenmore, Chicago, IL to Juanita Boatman, age 15, b. 12 August 1942, address: Rt. 2, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: W. D. Boatman, Rt. 2, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Charles E. Bean, 71, of Cookeville, will be held at 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 20, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. today, Monday, Oct. 19, and from 1 p.m. until time of services on Tuesday at the funeral home.

Mr. Bean died Saturday, Oct. 17, 2009, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born Oct. 2, 1938, in Centerville to the late Jarvis and Willie Alma Hunter Bean. Mr. Bean was a self-employed businessman and a member of the Church of Christ faith. His family includes his wife, Juanita Boatman Bean of Cookeville; two daughters, Patricia Bouldin and Pal Eldridge, both of Cookeville; four grandchildren, Asia Bouldin Viers, River Langford and Jeramiah and Johnathon Eldridge; a sister-in-law and spouse, Carolyn and Steve Pardue; a niece, Rachel Erwin; and a nephew, Michael Pardue. Bro. Horace Burks will officiate at the services. Monday, Oct 19, 2009: Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN Donald C. Bean b. 20 July 1924 ­d. 11 May 1978, md on the 11th of April 1970, Robertson Co., TN to Wilma (Vaughn) Rutledge Bean, b. 1 June 1934, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 10 October 2011, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Walter Vaughn & Vita Duke. *See Wilma (Vaughn) Bean Emerton Obt. *See Rodger Ray Bean Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: DONALD BEAN Birth: 20 Jul 1924- Death: May 1978 Last Residence: (Nashville, Davidson Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (Nashville, Davidson Co., TN) ­SSN: 382-22-5401, MI) (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Robertson Co., TN, pg. 103: Donald C. Bean married 11 April 1970, Robertson Co., TN, age 45, address: 314 White Bridge Rd., Nashville, TN to Wilma Rutledge, age 35, address: 429 Bellingrath Dr., Nashville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: blank). James Oliver Bean b. 7 February 1905 ­d. 24 June 1987, (Pvt. US Army WWII), md Juda Elizabeth (Anderson) Bean, b. 15 September 1901 ­d. 9 November 1988. Rodger Ray Bean Obt. b. 20 February 1955, Cookeville, TN ­ d. 11 August 2009, Nashville, TN, md Victoria (Wall) Bean. Rodger Ray Bean, s/o Donald C. Bean & Wilma Vaughn. *See Donald C. Bean buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Wilma (Vaughn) Bean Emerton Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Rodger Ray Bean, 54, will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 14, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Interment, with military honors, will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-7 p.m. today, Thursday, Aug. 13, and from 10 a.m. until time of services on Friday at the funeral home. Mr. Bean died Tuesday, Aug. 11, 2009, at his home in Nashville. He was born Feb. 20, 1955, in Cookeville to Wilma Vaughn Bean Emerton and the late Donald C. Bean. Mr. Bean was an Air Force veteran, having served from 1971-1979 as an aviation electrician. He carried over his electrician skills to the private sector, working in various technology capacities. In addition to his mother, his family includes his wife, Victoria Wall Bean of Nashville; a son, Christopher Bean of Nashville; two daughters and sons-in-law, Valarie and Bryan Hoskin of Minot, N.D., and Danielle and Shawn Arivett of Aviano Air Force Base, Italy; a brother and sister-in-law, Ron and Valerie Bean of Dallas, Texas; and four grandchildren, Breanna and Brenden Hoskin and Derrick and Justine Arivett. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by an infant son, Ronald Reagan Bean.

Pallbearers will be friends and family. Rev. Jack Gentry will officiate at the services. You may share your thoughts and memories at www.hhhfunerals.com. Thursday, Aug 13, 2009: Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN Talmage Beasley b. 1 April 1907 ­d. December 1988, s/o Henry & Nannie Beasley. *See Theodore " Ted"Roosevelt Beasley buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (SS Death Index: Name: TALMAGE BEASLEY Birth: 01 Apr 1907- Death: Dec 1988­ Last Residence: (Dayton, Montgomery, OH) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 288-07-4270, OH) (1920 census 3rd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 32 ­Henry Beasley is head of household, 49 yrs. old, TN md to Nannie, 49 yrs. old, TN. Children: McKinly, 18 yrs. old; Rosevelt, 16 yrs. old; Talmage, 13 yrs. old & Prunie Mae Beasley, 12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1930 census 3rd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 33 ­Nannie M. Beasley is head of household, 60 yrs. old, TN (father born in AL, mother, TN), (21 yrs.old 1st marriage), widow. Child: Talmage Beasley, 22 yrs.old, TN) Theodore " Ted"Roosevelt Beasley b. 28 June 1903 ­d. 22 June 1979, md Marie (unknown) Beasley, b. 20 June 1918 ­d. 19 February 1967. Theodore " Ted"R. Beasley, s/o Henry & Nannie Beasley. *See Talmage Beasley buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (SS Death Index: Name: THEODORE BEASLEY Birth: 28 Jun 1903- Death: Jun 1979­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 292-01-4414, OH) (SS Death Index: Name: CORDA BEASLEY Birth: 20 Jul 1918- Death: Feb 1967­ Last Residence: (Bellbrook, Greene, OH) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 292-14-4980, OH) (1910 census 3rd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 50 ­James H. Beasley is head of household, 39 yrs. old, TN md 17 yrs. to Nannie, 39 yrs. old, TN, 6 children born, 5 children living. Children: Sarah M., 14 yrs. old; William M., 8 yrs. old; Theodore R., 7 yrs. old; Talmage, 3 yrs. old & Prunie M., Beasley, 15/12 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Sarah A. Perrin, cousin, 72 yrs. old, TN and Selles Jones, handyman, 21 yrs. old, TN). (1920 census 3rd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 32 ­Henry Beasley is head of household, 49 yrs. old, TN md to Nannie, 49 yrs. old, TN. Children: McKinly, 18 yrs. old; Rosevelt, 16 yrs. old; Talmage, 13 yrs. old & Prunie Mae Beasley, 12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1930 census 3rd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 33 ­Nannie M. Beasley is head of household, 60 yrs. old, TN (father born in AL, mother, TN), (21 yrs.old 1st marriage), widow. Child: Talmage Beasley, 22 yrs.old, TN) Roy O. Beeler b. 13 April 1908 ­ d. 28 May 1983, md Aline H. (unknown) Beeler, b. 28 June 1911 ­ d. 31 October 1981. (SS Death Index: Name: BEELER, ROY ­ Birth: 13 Apr 1908-Death: 25 May 1983- Last Residence (Corryton, Knox, TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 411-03-9287, TN). Eunetta (Mackie) Becchetti Obt.

b. 3 May 1919, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 2 December 2011, Dayton, OH, d/o William " Doc" Mackie & Stella Clouse. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Eunetta Becchetti, 92, of Dayton, Ohio, formerly of Cookeville, will be held at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 6, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Interment will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 1 p.m. until time of services on Tuesday at the funeral home. Mrs. Becchetti died Friday morning, Dec. 2, 2011, in the Sanctuary Nursing Home at Willington Place in Dayton. She was born May 3, 1919, in Cookeville to the late William (Doc) and Stella Clouse Mackie. Mrs. Becchetti worked for a number of years with the Hobart Company and was retired from NCR with 27 years of service. She was a member of several arts and crafts clubs in the Great Dayton area. Eunetta was the matriarch of her family and was much loved by her son, Joseph Becchetti of Kettering, Ohio; and daughter, Barbara and husband Larry Moore of New Carlisle, Ohio; a grandson, Mark and wife Tina Moore of New Castle, Ohio; three great-grandchildren; three great-great-grandchildren; two sisters, Irena Sandlin of Dayton and Modena Greene of Huntsville, Ala.; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by four sisters, Minnie Etta Potter, Rosetta Hood, Winnie Edna McCormick and Loretta Watts. Pastor Charles Cook will officiate at the services. You may share your thoughts and memories at www.hhhfunerals.com. Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (931) 526-6111. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 4 December 2011 Dudley D. " Red"Bell b. 1906 ­d. 1967, md Estelle W. (unknown) Bell, b. 1908, both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Edward Lindle Benedict Jr. Obt. b. 16 February 1941 ­d. 31 March 1944, s/o Mr. & Mrs. Edward Lindle Benedict. *See Edward Lindle Benedict Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Maj. George E. Benedict buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See James Leslie Ensor Obt. Funeral services for Edward Lindle Benedict Jr., three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Benedict, were conducted at Whitson Funeral Home Chapel at two o' clock Saturday afternoon, April 1, by the Rev. T. W. Mayhew, pastor of the First Methodist church. Music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wall. Interment was in the City cemetery. Lindle, who had suffered from lymphstis (sic) ­ lymphocytosis for the past several months, died at the home of his parents on Friday night, March 31.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by a sister, Michaele Lysbeth, his paternal grandfather, Charles Benedict, of Sturgis, KY and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Ensor. Putnam County Herald, Cookville, TN: Thursday, 13 April 1944. IN MEMORY Of our little son, Lindle Benedict, who departed from us on March 31, 1944: I cannot say, and I will not say That he is dead ­He is just away! With a cheery smile, and a wave of the hand, He has wandered into an unknown land. And he left us dreaming how very fair It needs must be, since he lingers there. And you ­O you, who the wildest yearn For the old-time step and the glad return. Think of him faring on, as dear In the love of There as the love of Here; Think of him still as the same, I say: He is not dead-he is just away! By Jame Whitcomb Riley. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lindle Benedict. Putnam County Herald, Cookville, TN: Thursday, 22 March 1945. Edward Lindle Benedict Sr. b. 1 April 1914 ­d. 30 October 1984, md on the 4th of November 1935, Clay Co., TN to Frances (Ensor) Benedict, b. 16 May 1918, Double Springs, Putnam Co., TN, - d. 2 September 2012, Knoxville, TN, d/o James Leslie Ensor & Mamie Demaris Chambers. Frances (Ensor) Benedict md also to Maj. George E. Benedict. *See Edward Lindle Benedict Jr. Obt. *See Frances (Ensor) Benedict Obt. *See Maj. George E. Benedict buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See James Leslie Ensor Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Clay Co., TN, pg. 344: Edward L. Benedict married 4 November 1935, Clay Co., TN to Frances Ensor). Frances " Fran"(Ensor) Benedict Obt. b. 16 May 1918, Double Springs, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 2 September 2012, Knoxville, TN, md on the 4th of November 1935, Clay Co., TN to Edward Lindle Benedict Sr., b. 1 April 1914 ­d. 30 October 1984, md on the 4th of November 1935, Clay Co., TN. She md on the 12th of September 1992, Cumberland Co., TN to Maj. George E. Benedict, b. 10 May 1919 ­ d. 16 June 2001 (buried in Spring Arbor, MI). Frances (Ensor) Benedict, d/o James Leslie Ensor (1889-1958) & Mamie Demaris Chambers (1889-1975). Frances " Fran"(Ensor) Benedict was a member of DAR through her ancestor Thomas Ensor, b. ca. 1750 ­ d. 7 February 1815, Washington Co., TN ­ Signed Oath of Allegiance, 1778. Thomas Ensor md Mary Talbott. *See Edward Lindle Benedict Jr. Obt. *See Edward Lindle Benedict Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Maj. George E. Benedict buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See James Leslie Ensor Obt.

COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Frances " Fran"Ensor Benedict, 94, of Cookeville, will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 9, at the Cookeville chapel of Hooper-Huddleston and Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends Sunday from noon until time of services at the funeral home. Mrs. Benedict died peacefully in her sleep Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012, at Galina's Homecare in Knoxville. She was born May 16, 1918, in Double Springs as the fourth daughter of James and Mamie Ensor. A fifth-generation Putnam Countian, her pioneer ancestors came to Tennessee before it was a state and Putnam County before it was a county. She was still a Cookeville Central High School student when she met her future husband, Edward, a young TPI engineering student. She returned to Cookeville after his death and was, until August, a resident of Heritage Pointe Senior Living Community. An avid genealogist, she was a member of the Old Walton Road Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, First Families of Tennessee and Captain Sally Tompkins Chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy. It was through this hobby that she met her future husband, George Benedict, unrelated to her first husband, Edward. She was also a member of P.E.O. Sisterhood philanthropic organization, First United Methodist Church of Cookeville and active in Democratic women's clubs. Her family includes a brother, Kelly Ensor of South Pittsburg; four children, Michaele Benedict of Montara, Calif., Jo Anne Walker DeMag of Clinton, Les Benedict of Los Angeles, Cal., and Dan Benedict of Kingston; seven grandchildren, Nonda Trimis of Woodinville, Wash., Ed Trimis of La Crescenta, Calif., Stacy Morris of Knoxville, Kim Louie of Huntington Beach, Calif., Aloha Benedict Allen of Honolulu, Hawaii, Mikie Benedict Newton of Manchester, England, and Gordon Benedict of Clearwater, Fla.; nine great-grandchildren; nine nephews and nieces, Charline Reeves of Arlington, Va., Charles Reeves and Jim Reeves, both of Knoxville, Shirley Maggart Greene of Gray, Bryan Maggart of Powder Springs, Ga., James Ensor of Germantown, Mary Rose Ensor Branyan of Collierville, and Kerry Kenady and Donald Kenady, both of Russellville, Ky., a brother-in-law, John Benedict of Cookeville; and stepson, Jim Benedict of Jackson, Mich. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Benedict was preceded in death by her husband of 49 years, Edward L. Benedict; three sisters, Emma Ruth Tallent, Elizabeth Reeves, Mildred Maggart; a son, Edward Lindle Benedict Jr.; and a foster daughter, Jo Carlton and her husband, George Benedict. Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home (931-526-6111) is in charge of arrangements. You may share your thoughts and memories at www.hhhfunerals.com. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 9 September 2012. Maj. George E. Benedict b. 10 May 1919 ­d. 16 June 2001 (buried in Spring Arbor, MI), md Frances (Ensor) Benedict, b. 16 May 1918, Double Springs, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 2 September 2012, Knoxville, TN, d/o James Leslie Ensor & Mamie Demaris Chambers. Frances (Ensor) Benedict md Edward Lindle Benedict, b. 1 April 1914 ­d. 30 October 1984. *See Edward Lindle Benedict buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Frances (Ensor) Benedict Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Cumberland Co., TN: George E. Benedict married 12 September 1992, Cumberland Co., TN, age 73, b. 10 May 1919, address; 3905 Kirkwood, Jackson, MI 489203-1124 to Frances (NMN) Benedict, age 74, b. 16 May 1918, address: 1007 Dovenshire Dr., Fairfield Glade, TN 38555, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: blank).

Bennett Certificate: #358 Deceased: Still Born Bennett Birth: Birth Place: TN Death: 21 Apr 1920 Father: Dave Bennett Birth Place: TN Mother: Bissie Kirby Birth Place: TN Cemetery: Cookeville Cemetery Alice P. Bennett b. 25 September 1890 ­d. 1 September 1894. Ara C. (Evans) Bennett b. 2 April 1925 ­d. 23 March 2008, md Harry Bennett Sr., b. 31 October 1924 ­d. 17 February 1982. *See Harry Bennett Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Ara C. Bennett, 82, of Cookeville, will be held Tuesday, March 25, at 2 p.m. from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends today, Monday, March 24, from 1-9 p.m. and Tuesday, March 25, from 7 a.m. until time of services at the funeral home. Mrs. Bennett died Sunday, March 23, 2008, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born April 2, 1925, in Albany, Ky., to the late Stokely Pierce and Mary Guisa Stockton Evans. Mrs. Bennett was a homemaker. She was a member of Willow Ave. Church of Christ. Her family includes a son, Harry Bennett Jr. of Cookeville; a brother and sister-in-law, A.J. and Mary Frances Evans of Cookeville; two sisters and a brother-in-law, Valeria Roberson and Norma and Ray Roach, all of Cookoeville; a nephew, Gary Roach; two grandchildren, Harry III and Christie Marie Bennett; a niece, Sharon Ann Vickers; two great-nieces, Shannon Vickers and Myriah Poston; a greatgreat-nephew, Braydon Vickers; and two great-great-nieces, Addie Vickers and Sarah Elizabeth Poston. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Bennett was preceded in death by her husband, Harry Bennett Sr., and a brother-in-law, John Harvey Roberson. Bros. Harry Bennett III and Mike Webb will officiate the services. Monday, Mar 24, 2008: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Billy Joe Bennett Jr. Obt. b. 12 November 1955 ­d. 7 December 1955, s/o Billy Joe Bennett Sr. & Opal Roberson. Funeral services for Billy Joe Bennett, Jr., 25-day old son of Billy Joe and Opal Robertson Bennett, who died Wednesday, were conducted Thursday afternoon at 1:00 at the Chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home, with Rev. Isom Rodgers officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Other survivors include his grandparents, Mrs. Vester Bennett, Algood; and Rev. and Mrs. Jim Roberson, Route 5, Cookeville.

Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 3 December 1955. Catherine Josie Bennett b. 2 June 1872, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 4 March 1914, d/o Thomas Pritchard & Smith. Catherine Josie Bennett b. 2 May 1872, Putnam Co., TN d. 4 Mar 1914 Father: Thomas Pritchard, TN Mother: Smith City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #53, Putnam Co., TN Clay Evans Bennett Obt. b. 15 April 1918, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN - d. 27 May 1936, s/o Sam Denton Bennett of Buffalo Valley, TN & Myrtle Phy of Algood, TN. DC #18144, Putnam Co., TN. Evan' brother was Holbart s Bennett, b. 29 January 1914, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 2 June 1968, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md to Mary Frances Johnson. *See Sam Denton " Cock"Bennett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Youth' Mutilated Body Found On T. C. Tracks Wednesday: s Evans Bennett, 18, son of Sam D. Bennett, who lives about two miles from Cookeville, was struck by a train near a Tennessee Central Railroad crossing at Algood, sometime after midnight Tuesday. The badly mabgled body was found ny citizens of Algood about 5 o' clock Wednesday morning. An undertaker was summonded and the body was brought to Cookeville. It was not known which of the night trains struck Bennett but it was thought that either the east bound passenger train or the freight train struck him throwing his body from the tracks. Funeral services were held at the home at 9:30 o' clock this morning, conducted bt the Rev. J. P. Bilyeu, with burial in the City cemetery. He is survived by his father, S. D. Bennett, and one brother, Holbart Bennett. (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Gainesboro Rd., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 136 ­ Sam D. Bennett is head of household, 34 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Fireman at the Ax Handle Factory, md to Myrtle, 28 yrs. old, TN. Children: Jasper, 14 yrs. old, Occupation: Laborer at the Ax Handle Factory ; J. T. 12 yrs. old; Eddie, daughter, 10 yrs. old; Hobart, 4 yrs. old & Clay E. Bennett, 3/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Dave Bennett b. 1 December 1881 ­ d. 6 April 1950, md Bessie (unknown) Bennett Sisco, b. 20 July 1892 ­ d. 17 December 1971. *See Hooper E. Bennett. Elmer Bennett Obt. b. 4 July 1902, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 11 February 1979, Clawson, MI, md on the 11th of April 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Mae (Loftis) Bennett, b. 16 March 1906, Putnam Co., TN ­7 July 1999, Royal Oak, MI, d/o James Murray Loftis (1880-1925) & Dora (Franklin) Loftis. James Murry Loftis buried in the West Cemetery, n. of Cookeville near Peeks Mill Creek in the 15 th Dist., Little Putnam County, 1 mile off state route 136. James Murray Loftis md 1st Dora Franklin ­ md 2nd Ollie Ray. Elmer Bennett, s/o Samuel Bennett & Mary Langford. *See Elzyie Bennett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

*See Virgil Pate Bennett Obt. *See Lassie (Loftis) Bennett Obt. *See Mae (Loftis) Bennett Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 469, #4585: Elmer Bennett married 11 April 1928, Putnam Co., TN to May Loftis. By whom married: J. R. Davis). (SS Death Index: Name: ELMER BENNETT Birth: 04 Jul 1902 ­ Death: Feb 1979 ­ Last Residence: (Clawson, Oakland, MI) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 414-54-8778, TN) COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Elmer Bennett, 76, will be conducted at the chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home Thursday, Feb. 15 at 2:30 with Rev. Glenn Bennett and Rev. Bob Farris officiating. Mr. Bennett died Feb. 11 in Clawson, MI, following an extended illness. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. He was a native of Overton County the son of the late Sam and Mary Langford Bennett. For a number of years he owned and operated a grocery store here in Cookeville. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mae Loftis Bennett, one daughter, Mrs. William Cantrell, Clawon, MI; one son, Rev. Glenn Bennett, Magnolia, AR; four grandchildren, one great-grandchild; three brothers, Ledford, Elzie and Virgil Bennett of Cookeville; two sisters, Mrs. Comer Webb and Mrs. Gladys Harris of Cookeville. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 14 February 1979. Elzyie Bennett b. 17 July 1918 ­d. 1993, s/o Samuel Bennett & Mary Langford. (Siblings: brothers, Virgil, Ledford & Elmer Bennett ­sisters, Gladys, Perlie & Hassie Bennett). *See Virgil Pate Bennett Obt. *See Lassie (Loftis) Bennett Obt. *See Elmer Bennett Obt. Emma Jane (McBroom) Bennett Obt. b. 16 October 1917, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 15 May 2004, TN, md Raymond E. Bennett, b. 1 September 1914 ­d. 9 May 1989. Emma Jane (McBroom) Bennett, d/o Robert McBroom & Annie Gamble. *See Raymond E. Bennett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Emma Jane Bennett, 86, of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, from the Chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. tonight and from 10 a.m. on Monday until the time of the services at the funeral home. Mrs. Bennett died on Saturday, May 15, 2004, at Masters Health Care Center. She was born Oct. 16, 1917, in Putnam County to the late Robert and Annie Gambel McBroom. Mrs. Bennett was a housewife and a member of West View Baptist Church. Her family includes two sons and a daughter-in-law: Rick and Amy Bennett and R.B. Bennett, all of Cookeville; two brothers: Bill McBroom of Michigan, and James McBroom of Rhode Island; four sisters: Ruby Dunn of Cookeville, JoAnn McBroom of Double Springs, Reba Maberry of Cookeville, and Carmie

Sadler of Michigan; two grandsons: Jason Bennett of Nashville and Brian Thompson of Cookeville; a stepgreat-grandson, Lain Shannon Thompson of Cookeville; In addition to her parents, Mrs. Bennett was preceded in death by her husband Raymond E. Bennett; two brothers: Willard and George McBroom; five sisters: Gladys Godsey, Lillian McBroom, Flossie Johnson, Rose Burris, and Lucy McBroom. Pallbearers will be Taylor and Jason Bennett, Ed Farley, Neil Williams, David Artery, and Brian Thompson. Pastor Vance Johnson will officiate at the services Published May 15, 2004 4:19 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Eula Ella Mae Bennett b. 2 May 1912 ­d. 28 May 1999. Frances (Ensor) Bennett b. 16 May 1918 (DAR insignia). Fowler Bennett 1 July 1917 ­d. 20 January 1920. Major George E. Bennett b. 10 May 1919 ­d. 16 June 2001, buried in Spring Arbor, MI. George Rufus Bennett Obt. b. 3 October 1876, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 2 July 1935, Putnam Co., TN, md Vina (Anderson) Bennett, b. 8 February 1902, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 15 May 1967, Detroit, MI, d/o Joseph "Joe" B. Anderson (18671918) & Nancy Jane Bennett (1870-1951), both buried in the Wallace - Anderson Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Vina (Anderson) Bennett Obt. Rufus Bennet, 58, died late Tuesday afternoon at his home on Hickory St. He had not been very will for several days suffering with heart attacks and passed away suddenly, many of his friends and neighbors not knowing of the seriousness of his condition. He was first stricken while on duty for the railroad company at Watertown about 2 weeks ago, and was brought home, since when he had been more or less closely confined to his home. Mr. Bennett had been a resident of Cookeville most of his life and had been a faithful and efficient employer of the Tennessee Central R. R. Company at this station and also other points as telegraph operator and station agent for many years. He was highly respected and a good neighbor, husband, and father. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Vina Anderson Bennett, and 4 children, Robert, Virginia, G. R., and Fowler; also his aged father Merse Bennett, and several brothers and sisters and other relatives. He was a member of the Cookeville Methodist Church. Funeral services were conducted at the residence Wednesday afternoon by Rev. E. H. Hendrix, pastor of the Nazarene Church. Burial was in the City Cemetery. Herald Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 4 July 1935, front page.

George Rufus Bennett b. 3 Oct 1876, Putnam Co., TN d. 2 Jul 1935 Father: Jasper Bennett Mother: Martha Snodgrass Spouse: Vina Anderson Bennett City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #18412, Putnam Co., TN Harry Bennett Sr. b. 31 October 1924 ­ d. 17 February 1982, (Pvt US Army Capt.WWII) (masonic symbol), md Ara C. (Evans) Bennett, b. 2 April 1925 ­ d. 23 March 2008, d/o Stokely Pierce Evans & Mary Guisa Stockton. *See Ara C. (Evans) Bennett Obt. Helen Lucille Bennett b. 19 Feb 1926, TN d. 28 Nov 1926 Father: S. D. Bennett, TN Mother: Minnie Benson, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN #27523, Putnam Co., TN Hooper E. Bennett b. 29 October 1910 ­d. 22 August 1962, s/o Dave & Bessie Bennett. *See Dave Bennett. Jack Bennett b. 31 July 1904 ­d. 23 December 1928, md M. C. (unknown) Bennett, b. 8 July 1908. Jasper B. Bennett Jr. b. 23 October 1925 ­d. 27 August 1979, (Pfc) US Army WWII) *See Olvie M. Flatt Obt. COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Jasper B. Bennett Jr., 53, were conducted from the chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home Sunday, September 2, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Bobby Pharris and Rev. Don Pharris officiating. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Bennett, a former resident of Cookeville, died August 30 in the VA Medical Center in Dallas, Texas, following an extended illness. He was a veteran of WWII. He was a native of Putnam County, the son of the late Jasper B. and Florence Webb Bennett. Survivors include his foster mother, Mrs. Olvie Flatt of Cookeville; one sister, Mrs. Minnie Welch of McMinnville; three foster sisters, Mrs. Bessie McBroom, Mrs. Roscoe Herron, Mrs. Charles Farris; one foster brother, Kenneth Stout. Active pallbearers were Gus and Sampy Scarlett, J. T. Bennett Jr., Bill Matheney, Harry Bennett, Harry Bennett Jr. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 4 September 1979. Josie Bennett

b. 2 June 1872 ­d. 4 March 1914. Lassie Walden (Loftis) Bennett Obt. b. 23 October 1915, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 30 December 2002, Cookeville, TN, md on the 29th of July 1931 to Virgil Pate Bennett, b. 20 May 1912, Overton Co., TN ­d. 15 June 2001, s/o Samuel Bennett & Mary Langford. Lassie Walden (Loftis) Bennett, d/o George Rufe Loftis (1880-1936) & Mattie May (Rhoten) Loftis Stockton (1888-1980). *See Virgil Pate Bennett Obt. *See Elzyie Bennett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Harold J. Loftis buried in Double Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Jones H. Loftis Obt. *See Morgan C. Loftis buried in Double Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Mattie May (Rhoten) Loftis Stockton Obt. buried in Double Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Marguerite " Moggie"(Spivey) Hester Loftis Obt., buried in Crest Lawn Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Lassie Loftis Bennett, 87, of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 2, from the Cookeville chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 1, and from 9 a.m. until time of services on Thursday at the funeral home. Mrs. Bennett died on Monday, Dec. 30, 2002, at her home. She was born on Oct. 23, 1915, in Jackson County to the late George and Mattie (Loftis) Loftis. Mrs. Bennett, along with her husband, the late Virgil P. Bennett, owned and operated Bennett's Cee Bee Market on 7th Street in Cookeville for many years. She was a member of Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ. Her family includes a daughter, Wanda Armstrong of Hendersonville; a sister, Clara Winfree of Algood; two grandchildren, Darlene Franklin and Melody Dunn; and six great-grandchildren, Brian Bennett Franklin, Stephen and Robert Franklin and Blake, Ashlynn and Bailey Dunn. In addition to her parents and husband, she was preceded in death by a daughter, Margaret Gene Bennett, and four brothers, Jones, Harold, Ernest and Morgan Loftis. Pallbearers will be Brian Bennett Franklin, Stephen and Robert Franklin, Dr. Lloyd Franklin, Blake and Randy Dunn, Jim Hicks and Sam Winfree. Honorary pallbearers will be Roy Webb, Ashlynn and Bailey Dunn, Roy Quarles and J.T. Grasty. Memorial donations may be made to Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ or College Side Church of Christ benevolence programs. Bro. Glen McDoniel and John Mason will officiate at the services. Published December 31, 2002 10:21 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Leonard Bennett b. June 1912, TN - 17 September 1914, s/o Denton Bennett & Myrtle Phy.

Leonard Bennett b. Jun 1912, TN d. 17 Sep 1914 Father: Denton Bennett, TN Mother: Myrtle Phy, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #162, Putnam Co., TN Margaret Gene Bennett b. 9 September 1932 ­d. 14 September 1932, d/o Virgil Pate Bennett & Lassie Walden Loftis. *See Lassie Walden (Loftis) Bennett Obt. *See Virgil Pate Bennett Obt. May (Loftis) Bennett Obt. b. 16 March 1906, Putnam Co., TN ­ 7 July 1999, Royal Oak, MI, md on the 11th of April 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Elmer Bennett, b. 4 July 1902, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 11 February 1979, Clawson, MI, s/o Samuel Bennett & Mary Langford. May (Loftis) Bennett, d/o James Murray Loftis (1880-1925) & Dora (Franklin) Loftis. James Murry Loftis buried in the West Cemetery, n. of Cookeville near Peeks Mill Creek in the 15th Dist., Little Putnam County, 1 mile off state route 136. James Murray Loftis md 1st Dora Franklin ­md 2nd Ollie Ray. *See Elmer Bennett Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Mae Loftis Bennett, 93, of Clawson, Mich., formerly of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Sat., July 10, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. on Sat., July 10, at the funeral home. Mrs. Bennett died on Wed., July 7, 1999, at Alexander Living Center in Royal Oak, Mich. She was born on March 16, 1906, in Putnam County to the late Murray and Dora Franklin Loftis. Mrs. Bennett was a former member of West View Baptist Church in Cookeville. Her family includes a daughter and son-in-law, Jean and William Cantrell of Clawson; a son and daughterin-law, Rev. Glen and Joyce Bennett of Manchester; a half sister, Cora Walker of Monterey; a half brother, Jay Loftis of Monterey; four grandchildren, Alan Cantrell of West Bloomingfield, Mich., Sherry Cantrell of Royal Oak, Mich., Glenda Hall of Manchester, and Glendora Stringfield of Waldo, Ark.; five greatgrandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband, Elmer Bennett; a sister, Willie Danner; and two brothers, Milton and Ben Loftis. Bro. Bob Pharris will officiate at the services. Mildred Irene Bennett b. no dates. *See Elva (Bennett) Jacks buried in Cookeville City Cemetery *See John Richard White buried in Cookeville City Cemetery Nannie Pearl (Wilhite) Bennett Obt. b. 20 May 1923, White Co., TN ­d. 16 March 2010, md on the 30th of December 1944, Rossville, GA to J. T. Bennett Sr. Nannie Pearl (Wilhite) Bennett, d/o Zina Mae Wilhite. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Nannie Pearl Bennett, 86, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 19, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-7 p.m. today, Thursday, March 18,

and from 9 a.m. until time of services on Friday at the funeral home. Mrs. Bennett went home to be with the Lord on Tuesday night, March 16, 2010, at Bethesda Health Care Center. She was born May 29, 1923, in White County to the late Zina Mae Wilhite. Mrs. Bennett was a loving wife, mother, grandmother, greatgrandmother, great-great-grandmother, sister and a loyal friend to many. She was a member of the Protestant faith. Her family includes two sons and daughters-in-law, J. T. Jr. and Ann Bennett and Sam D. and Robbie Bennett, all of Cookeville; four grandchildren, Kim and husband John Bill Dyer, Josh Bennett, Sarah and husband Ben Ingersoll, all of Cookeville, and Sherry and husband Keith Krebs of Lawrenceville, Ga.; nine great-grandchildren, E-4 Kelly Edwards of Ft. Riley, Kan., Kacy Edwards of Cookeville, Trae Ramser of Wellington, New Zealand, Courtnae Ramser of Lawrenceville, Rachel Bennett and Eli Ingersoll, both of Cookeville, Courtney and husband Brian Brauss of Mt. Juliet, Josh and wife Brittany Dyer of Smyrna and Taylor Krebs of Stone Mountain, Ga.; great-great-grandchildren Peyton Edwards of Ft. Riley, Kan., and Mia Brauss of Mt. Juliet; and two sisters-in-law, Vera Wilhite and Mildred Bennett. In addition to her mother, she was preceded in death by her husband of 42 years, J. T. Bennett Sr. (whom she married Dec. 30, 1944, in Rossville, Ga.); two brothers, Leo and Dean Wilhite; and a sister-in-law, Effie Wilhite. Pallbearers will be family members. Pastor Rick Cross will officiate at the services. You may share your thoughts and memories at www.hhhfunerals.com, (931) 526-6111. Thursday, Mar 18, 2010: Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN O. H. Bennett b. 1906 ­d. 1962, s/o Oliver Poney Bennett & Mary Lou Benson. *See Oliver Poney Bennet Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: O BENNETT Birth: 26 Feb 1906 Death: Dec 1962- Last Residence: (not specified) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN:410-14-4865, TN) Oliver Poney Bennett Obt. b. 28 July 1881, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 27 April 1957, Putnam Co., TN, md Mary Lou (Benson) Bennett, b. 2 October 1889 Putnam Co., TN ­d. 21 January 1966 Putnam Co., TN, d/o John M. Benson (1848-1900) & Mary Ellen Ferguson. Oliver Poney Bennett, s/o Merce Jasper Buchannon Bennett & Martha Snodgrass. *See O. H. Bennett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Raymond Bennett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Funeral services for Mr. Oliver Poney Bennett, 76, were held Monday afternoon at the First Nazarene church, with Rev. Norman E. Lowry officiating. Burial was in City cemetery. Mr. Bennett died at his home at 321 W. 6th Street Saturday morning. Membership was held with the West View Baptist church. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Mary Lou Benson Bennett of Cookeville; three sons, O. H. Bennet of AR; Raymond and H____ Bennett, both of Cookeville; one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Coms of Cincinnati, OH; one brother, Arthur Bennett of Wilmington, CA; ten grandchildren; four great grandchildren. Whitson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 2 May 1957. Raymond Bennett b. 1 September 1914, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 9 May 1989, Putnam Co., TN, md Erma Jane (McBroom) Bennett, b. 16 October 1917, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 15 May 2004, TN, d/o Robert McBroom & Annie Gamble. Raymond Bennett, s/o Oliver Poney Bennett & Mary Lou Benson.

*See Emma Jane (McBroom) Bennett Obt. *See Oliver Poney Bennet Obt. Sam Denton " Dock"Bennett b. 1884, TN ­d. 1955. *See Clay Evans Bennett Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 57, #224: S. D. Bennett married 19 August 1911, Putnam Co. TN to Miss Myrtle Phy). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Gainesboro Rd., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 136 ­ Sam D. Bennett is head of household, 34 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Fireman at the Ax Handle Factory, md to Myrtle, 28 yrs. old, TN. Children: Jasper, 14 yrs. old, Occupation: Laborer at the Ax Handle Factory ; J. T. 12 yrs. old; Eddie, daughter, 10 yrs. old; Hobart, 4 yrs. old & Clay E. Bennett, 3/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Salley (Allen) Bennett Obt. b. 5 May 1904 ­ d. 2 June 1954, Putnam Co., TN, md William Jerry Bennett, b. 11 March 1897 ­d. 16 January 1957. *See William Earl Bennett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See William Jerry Bennett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Funeral services for Mrs. Sally Allen Bennett, 58, were held Thursday afternoon at the home with Pierce Brown, Church of Christ minister officiating. Mrs. Bennett, wife of William Bennett died Wednesday at her home on Route 2. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery with Whitson Funeral Home in charge. In addition to her husband, she is survived by a son, William Earl Bennett, Old Hickory; two daughters, Mrs. Effie Bell Hickey of Goodlettsville, and Mrs. Elby Medley of Route 2; two brothers, Jesse Allen, Gainesboro, Route 3, and Johnny Allen, Ridgetop; two sisters, Mrs. Nettie Spurlock and Mrs. Susan Spurlock, Route 2 and nine grandchildren. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 10 June 1954. Sam Bennett b. 21 August 1877 ­ d. 22 April 1960, md Mary (unknown) Bennett, b. 27 March 1888 ­ d. 26 April 1967. `Resting in place for a glorious resurrection' Vina (Anderson) Bennett Obt. b. 8 February 1902, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 15 May 1967, Detroit, MI, md George Rufus Bennett, b. 3 October 1876, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 2 July 1935, Putnam Co., TN. Vina (Anderson) Bennett, d/o Joseph "Joe" B. Anderson (1867-1918) & Nancy Jane Bennett (1870-1951), both buried in the Wallace Anderson Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See George Rufus Bennet Obt. Mrs. Vina Bennett, 65, died Sunday May 15 at a Detroit hospital following a long illness. Funeral servies were held Saturday in the Chapel of Whitson Funeral Home at 1:00 and burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Roland Warren, minister of the Jere Whitson Church of Christ officiated. Mrs. Bennett, a resident of 93 Seward, Detroit, was a native of Putnam County the daughter of Joe and Nancy Jane Bryant Anderson. She was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors are a son, George Bennett, daughter, Jennie Bakridges, both of Detroit; brother, Solon Anderson, Silver Point; 3 sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Maples, Springfield, TN, Mrs. Annie Whaley, Knoxville, and Mrs. H. S. Herron, Cookeville.

Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Tuesday, 23 May 1967. Virgil Pate Bennett Obt. b. 20 May 1912, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 15 June 2001, md on the 29th of July 1931 to Lassie (Loftis) Bennett, b. 23 October 1915, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 30 December 2002, Cookeville, TN, d/o George Rufe Loftis (1880-1936) & Mattie Loftis (1888-1980). Virgil Pate Bennett, s/o Samuel Bennett & Mary Langford. *See Lassie Walden (Loftis) Bennett Obt. *See Margaret Gene Bennett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Elzyie Bennett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Virgil Pate Bennett, 89, of Cookeville will be held at 10 a.m. Wed., June 20, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. Tues., June 19, at the funeral home. Mr. Bennett died on June 15, 2001. He was born on May 20, 1912 in Overton County to the late Samuel and Mary Langford Bennett. Mr. Bennett and his wife owned and operated Bennett's Cee Bee Market on West Seventh Street in Cookeville until their retirement in 1965. He was a member of Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ and had served a number of years as Elder at Willow Avenue Church of Christ. His family includes his wife of almost 70 years, Lassie Loftis Bennett (whom he wed on July 29, 1931); his daughter, Wanda Armstrong of Hendersonville; two granddaughters: Darlene Franklin of Cookeville and Melody Dunn of Napierville, Il; a brother, L.S. Bennett; and six great grandchildren: Brian Bennett Franklin, Stephen Franklin, Robert Franklin, Blake Dunn, Ashlynn Dunn, and Bailey Dunn; In addition to his parents, Mr. Bennett was preceded in death by a daughter, Margaret Bennett; two brothers, Elmer and Elzie Bennett; and three sisters: Gladys Harris, Pearlie Webb, and Hassie Bennett. Pallbearers will be Dr. Lloyd Franklin, Jim Hicks, Blake Dunn, Robert, Stephen, and Brian Bennett Franklin. Memorials can be made to the Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ Building Fund at 565 South Jefferson Ave., Cookeville, 38501. Bro. Glen McDoniel will officiate at the services. Published June 16, 2001 4:25 PM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Walter Luther Bennett Obt. b. 3 March 1920, Bessmer, AL ­ d. 25 February 2010, Nashville, TN, md on the 28th of November 1959, White Co., TN to Veleda (Netherton) Morgan Bennett, b. 5 October 1912. Walter Luther Bennett, s/o Grover Cleveland Bennett. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, White Co., TN, pg. 251: Walter Luther Bennett married 28 November 1959, White Co., TN, age 39, b. 3 March 1919, address; 121 3rd St., Cookeville, TN to Veleda

Morgan, age 47, b. 5 October 1912, address: 132 S. Cedar St., Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Fain Netherton). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Walter Luther Bennett, 89, of Cookeville, will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 28, at Crest Lawn Funeral Home. Interment, with full military honors, will be in Crest Lawn Memorial Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-8 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 27, and from 1 p.m. until time of services on Sunday at the funeral home. Mr. Bennett died Thursday, Feb. 25, 2010, in Kindred Hospital in Nashville after a brief illness. He was born March 3, 1920, in Bessmer, Ala., to the late Mr. and Mrs. Grover Cleveland Bennett. Mr. Bennett was a resident of Cookeville since the end of World War II. He was a veteran of World War II, having served in the European Theater. He was also a lifelong sheet metal mechanic who enjoyed doing great work in ornamental copper. Mr. Bennett loved to travel, fish and garden. He enjoyed the outdoors and just "hung out" with his many friends at Ralph's Donut Shop. His family includes a stepson, Bill Morgan of Sparta; a granddaughter, Kim Morgan White of Brentwood; four nieces, Ruth Harrell McCullough of Morrison, Brenda Bennett Johnson of Cookeville, Martha Bennett Brown of Houston, Texas, and Patsy Netherton of Nashville; seven nephews, Melvin Bennett Harrell of Florida, Grover Bennett Sr., Rankin P. Bennett, William H. Bennett, Ronald (Smitty) Bennett and Richard Dale Bennett, all of Cookeville, and Bobby Luke Bennett of Nevada; numerous great and great-great nieces and nephews; many in-laws who he considered as family; and very special friends and companions Sharon Martin and Rose Pinkston. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Veleda Netherton Morgan; a sister, Ruth Bennett Harrell of Morrison; two brothers, Hubert Sr. and Burl H. Bennett; and a nephew, Hubert Bennett Jr. Friday, Feb 26, 2010: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Willard Bennett b. 2 June 1915, TN ­d. 3 June 1915, s/o Dave Bennett & Bessie Kerby. DC#101, Putnam Co., TN Certificate: #101 Deceased: Willard Bennett Birth: 2 Jun 1915 Birth Place: TN Death: 3 Jun 1915 Father: Dave Bennett Birth Place: TN Mother: Bessie Kerby Birth Place: TN Cemetery: Cookeville Cemetery William Earl Bennett b. 8 September 1920 ­ d. 5 July 1986, md on the 25th of March 1944, Jackson Co., TN to Liverta Ellen (Flatt) Bennett, b. 16 May 1919 ­d. 26 March 2003. William Earl Bennett, s/o William Jerry Bennett & Sallie Allen. *See Salley (Allen) Bennett Obt. *See William Jerry Bennett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 250: William Earl Bennett married 25 March 1944, Jackson Co., TN, age 23, address: Bloomington Springs, TN to Liverta Ellen Flatt, age 24, address: Gainesboro, Rt. 3, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Elvis Flatt, Gainesboro, Rt. 3, TN). (SS Death Index: Name: WILLIAM BENNETT Birth: 08 Sep 1920- Death: Jul 1986- Last Residence: (Old Hickory, Davidson Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 415-20-0530, TN)

(SS Death Index: Name: LIVERTA E BENNETT Birth: 16 May 1919- Death: 26 Mar 2003- Last Residence: (Nashville, Davidson Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 412-78-6923, TN) William Jerry Bennett b. 11 March 1897 ­ d. 16 January 1957, md Sallie B. (Allen) Bennett, b. 5 May 1904 ­ d. 2 June 1954, Putnam Co., TN. *See Salley (Allen) Bennett Obt. *See William Earl Bennett buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. William Reagan Bennett b. 10 December 1909 ­d. 1 September 1934, s/o William Young Bennett & Daisy Reagan. *See William Young Bennett (1874-1932), buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. William Young Bennett b. 19 February 1874 ­ d. 3 September 1932, md Daisy Reagan Bennett, b. 13 May 1882, TN ­ d. 12 March 1964, d/o Alvin Alexander Reagan & Farnetta " Nettie"Horn. William Young Bennett was the son of Robert Adams Bennett & Margrete Henry. *See Alvin Alexander Reagan buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See William Regan Bennett (1909-1934), buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN; Dwl: 484 ­Alex Reagan is head of household, 57 yrs. old. b. October 1842, TN (father born in TN, mother, KY), Occupation: Boarding House, md 27 yrs. to Farnetty, 53 yrs. old. b. November 1946, TN, 6 children born, 6 children living. Children: Mamie, 21 yrs.old, b. March 1879 & Daisy M. Reagan, 17 yrs. old. b, May 1883. Also living in the household: Hugh Ford, boarder, 24 yrs. old, b. May 1876, Occupation: Life Insurance Agent. All born in TN). William Young Bennett b. -----, TN d. Sep 1932 Age: 58y 6m 15d Father: Robert Adams Bennett, TN Mother: Margrete Henry, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #19452, Putnam Co., TN Susan Kimberly Sparks Bequette b. 5 July 1962 ­d. 28 October 1996, mother of Stephine & Suzanna. Kasper L. Bilbrey b. 16 May 1880, TN ­ d. 26 February 1967, md on the 10th of September 1905, Overton Co., TN to Effie Lee (Williams) Bilbrey, 24 August 1884 ­d. 1 October 1936, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN. *See Effie Lee (Williams) Bilbrey Obt. Effie Lee (Williams) Bilbrey Obt. b. 24 August 1884 ­ d. 1 October 1936, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 10th of September 1905, Overton Co., TN to Kasper L. Bilbrey, b. 16 May 1880, TN ­d. 26 February 1967. *See Kasper L. Bilbrey buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. K. L. Bilbrey Found Dead About 12 O' Clock Today: Mrs. K. L. Bilbrey, of Cookeville, was found dead by her daughter, Mildred in the bedroom of the home here about 12 o' clock today with a pistol wound in the right temple. When the physician arrived, after being summoned by a neighbor, he said that apparently Mrs. Bilbrey met death at her own hands. She was found lying on the bed in her bedroom with a pistol, one shot fired from it, lying on her chest.

Mrs. Bilbrey had been in ill health for several years. Mr. Bilbrey, a prominent business man and a large land owner, was away from home at the time of the tragedy. Mildred had returned from school when she found her mother. Mrs. Bilbrey is survived by her husband, two sons, Dr. Raphael Bilbrey of Nashville, Lee Bilbrey of Crossville, one daughter, Mildred, three brothers, Jim Williams of Monterey, Frank Williams of Livingston, Shirley Williams of Rickman and one sister, Mrs. Luke West of Rickman. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 1 October 1936. FUNERAL HELD FOR MRS. K. L. BILBREY: Funeral services for Mrs. K. L. Bilbrey of Cooekville who died Thursday were held at the Methodist Church Friday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. Dean Stroud, pastor. Burial was in the city cemetery. She is survived by her husband and three children, Dr. Raphael Bilbrey, Nashville, Lee Bilbrey of Crossville and Mildred Bilbrey of Cookeville, one sister, Mrs. Hattie West of Rickman, and three brothers, Jim Williams of Monterey, Frank Williams of Livingston and Shirley Williams of Livingston. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 8 October 1936. Evander Bud " B."Bilbrey E. b. 29 May 1851, Overton Co., TN ­d. 19 March 1940, md on the 6th of September 1917, Overton Co., TN to May (Freeze) Bilbrey, b. 3 February 1861, Cookeville, TN ­ d. 10 May 1940, d/o Major Joseph Crawford Freeze & Margaret S. Bounds, both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. (Daughters: Mrs. Becky Smith, Mrs. Tina Maynard, of Overton Co., TN, son, Will, of Pickett Co., TN. Brothers: Sol, Timothy and Derit, all of Oakely, TN. Six grandchildren and 1 great grandchild). (Presbyterian Church, Eastern Star). *See Major Joseph Crawford Freeze Obt. *See John W. Chilcutt Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Overton Co., TN, pg. 422: E. B. Bilbrey married 6 September 1917, Overton Co., TN to May Freeze), DC Certificate Number: 7396 Putnam Co., TN Deceased Name: Evander Bud Bilbrey Date of Birth: 29 May 1851 Place of Birth: Overton County Date of Death: 19 Mar 1940 Father: Unknown Place of Birth: Unknown Mother: Unknown Place of Birth: Unknown Spouse: May Frieze Bilbrey Cemetery: City Cemetery (1870 census 1st Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 13 ­ J. C. Freez is head of household, 44 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Dry Good Merchant md to Margaret Freez, 37 yrs. old, TN. Children: Alphius, 10 yrs. old; May, 9 yrs. old; Francis A., 5 yrs. old; Ephy, 3 yrs. old; Sarah, 1 yr. old & Elizabeth Freez, 16 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1880 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 50 ­J. C. Freeze, is head of household, 54 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Dry Good Merchant, md to M. S., 47 yrs. old, TN. Children: A. C., 21 yrs. old,

Occupation: Clerk Store; May, 19 yrs. old; F. A., son, 15 yrs. old; Efey, dau, 14 yrs. old; Sallie, 12 yrs. old & Maggie Freeze, 7 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 475 ­Margaret S. Freeze, is head of household, 67 yrs. old, b. December 1832, TN, md 40 yrs., widow, 8 children born, 4 children living. Children: May, 39 yrs. old, TN & Sallie Freeze, 31 yrs. old, b. August 1868, TN. Also living in the household: James H. Reagan, boarder, 61 yrs. old, b. August 1838, TN, widow). (1910 census 7th Civil Dist., Overton Co., TN: Dwl: 125 ­Evander Bilbrey is head of household, 57 yrs. old, TN, widow. Children: Bicca, 25 yrs. old, TN & Willie Bilbrey, 23 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Fletcher D. Winningham, servant, 23 yrs. old, TN). George Ely Bilbrey Obt. b. 2 April 1850, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 18 June 1940, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 5th of December 1929, Putnam Co., TN to Laura (Copeland) Bilbrey, b. 12 June 1858, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 11 December 1944, d/o James Copeland & unknown Fields. George Ely Bilbrey, s/o Lawrence " Lardie" Bilbrey & Mary Gore. Laura was the 3rd w/o George Ely Bilbrey. She was a Presbyterian and a member of an outstanding Pioneer family. George Ely Bilbrey md also Irena France (1854-1875) & Martha Isabel Eoff (1856-1925). *See James E. Copeland Obt. *See Laura (Copeland) Bilbrey Obt. Funeral services for George E. Bilbrey, 90, retired farmer, who died Tuesday following an illness of several weeks, were conducted this afternoon at the First Presbyterian Church by the Rev. R.H. Brown of Sparta, former pastor of the church. Burial was in Cookeville Cemetery. Bilbrey, a member of a pioneer Overton County family, had spent about fifty years of his life in Arkansas and came to Cookeville to reside about ten years ago. He had been a member of the Presbyterian Church since boyhood. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Laura Copeland Bilbrey; two brothers, Richard Bilbrey of Cookeville and Louis Bilbrey of Red Rock, Okla., and a large number of nephews and nieces. DC Certificate Number: 14716 Putnam Co., TN Deceased Name: George Ely Bilbrey Date of Birth: 8 Apr 1850 Place of Birth: Putnam County Date of Death: 18 Jun 1940 Father: Lardie Bilbrey Place of Birth: Overton County Mother: Mary Gore Place of Birth: Jackson County Spouse: Laura Copeland Bilbrey Cemetery: City Cemetery (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 74: G. E. Bilbrey married 5 December 1929, Putnam Co., TN, age 79, address: Harrison, AR to Laura Copeland, age 71, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: blank). (1900 census, Marble, Newton, AR: Dwl: George Bilbrey is head of household, 50 yrs. old, TN, md to Martha, 44 yrs. old, AR).

(1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Jefferson St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 13 ­ Laura Copeland is head of household, 51 yrs. old, single, Occupation: Librarian). (1920 census, Grant, Newton, AR: Dwl: 104 - George Bilbrey is head of household, 69 yrs. old, TN, md to Martha, 63 yrs. old, AR). Kenneth " Kenny"Darryl Bilbrey Obt. b. 3 August 1951, Overton Co., TN ­d. 20 September 2009, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 4th of July 1970, Overton Co., TN to Sharon Elaine (Honeycutt) Bilbrey. Kenneth " Kenny"Darryl Bilbrey, s/o Cordell Bilbrey & Ida Regan. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Overton Co., TN, pg. 185, #8284: Kenneth Darryl Bilbrey married 4 July 1970, Overton Co., TN, age 18, address: Rt. 1, Rickman, TN to Sharon Elaine Honeycutt, age 18, address; Rt. 1, Rickman, TN, name of parent, guardian of next of kin of female: blank). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Kenneth (Kenny) Darryl Bilbrey, 58, will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 22, from the chapel of Cookeville Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-8 p.m. today, Monday, Sept. 21, and from 9 a.m. until time of services on Tuesday at the funeral home. Mr. Bilbrey died Sunday, Sept. 20, 2009, at his home. He was born Aug. 3, 1951, in Overton County to the late Cordell and Ida Regan Bilbrey. Mr. Bilbrey was a carpenter by trade and of the Methodist faith. His family includes a son, Lee Bilbrey of Springfield; a daughter and son-in-law, Amanda and Jackie Watkins of Livingston; a brother and sister-in-law, Mark and Karen Bilbrey of Rickman; a very special lady, Sue Neal, his caregiver and fiancee; and grandchildren Kevin and Lindsey Watkins, Gracie Grissom, Katie Beth and Makynna Bilbrey and Jacob, Mikayla and Ryan LaFever. Pallbearers will be Mark and Lee Bilbrey, Jack Watkins, Michael and Richard LaFever and Keith Payne. Bro. J.D. Stevens will officiate at the services. Condolences to the family may be sent to www.cookevillefuneralhome.com. Monday, Sep 21, 2009: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Kasper L. Bilbrey b. 16 May 1880, TN ­ d. 26 February 1967, md on the 10th of September 1905, Overton Co., TN to Effie Lee (Williams) Bilbrey, 24 August 1884 ­d. 1 October 1936. *See Effie Lee (Williams) Bilbrey Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Overton Co., TN, pg. 192: Kasper L. Bilbrey married 10 September 1905, Overton Co., TN to Effie L. Williams). (1920 census 1st Dist., Main St., Crossville, Cumberland, TN: Dwl: 33 ­ K. L. Bilbrey is head of household, 39 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Salesman Hardware, md to Effie, 35 yrs. old, TN. Children: Raphad (sp), 13 yrs. old; Lee, 10 yrs. old & Mildred Bilbrey, 4 yrs. old. Also living in the household: Carty Bilbrey, brother, 33 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Salesman Hardware & Italy Bilbrey, brother, 25 yrs. old, TN, Salesman Hardware). Laura (Copeland) Bilbrey Obt. b. 12 June 1858, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 11 December 1944, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 5th of December 1929, Putnam Co., TN to George Ely Bilbrey, b. 2 April 1850, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 18 June 1940, s/o Lawrence " Lardie"Bilbrey & Mary Gore. Laura was the 3rd w/o George Ely Bilbrey. Laura (Copeland) Bilbrey, d/o James Copeland & unknown Fields. *See George Ely Bilbrey Obt.

Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Copeland Bilbrey, 86, were conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Whitson Funeral home chapel, at 2:30, by the Rev. T. W. Mayhew, pastor of the First Methodist Church. Mrs. Bilbrey' death occurred in Nashville, where she had been stince October 1, early Monday morning. s Some weeks ago she suffered injuries from a fall which resulted in her death. Born in Overton County, she was a descendant of a prominent pioneer family. When very young, she and her father, James Copeland, came to Cookeville to reside and established a home on what is no Madison Avenue, and for several generations, " Miss Laura' home has been a familiar landmark of Cookeville, and s" her passing removes from the citizenship a character of refinement, dignity and culture. In her youth she was a musician and for some years served as librarian in the City School and of the Book Lovers Club library. As long as her health would permit, she was an active member of the Presbyterian Church, and was affliated with the local congregation for many years. In 1929, she was married to George Bilbrey, who preceded her in death some three years ago. Burial was in the City Cemetery. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 14 December 1944. Lizzie Curtis Bilbrey b. 2 Apr 1848, Putnam Co., TN d. 22 Sep 1932 Father: Holland Curtis, TN Mother: Jane Smith, TN Cookeville Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN DC #19459, Putnam Co., TN Lou Edris (Buford) Bilbrey Obt. b. Clay Co., TN ­ d. 26 November 2005, Cookeville, TN, md Raymond Buford Bilbrey, b. 11 March 1911, Overton Co., TN ­d. 22 August 2008, Cookeville, TN, s/o Sol Bilbrey & Mary Sue Robbins. Lou Edris (Buford) Bilbrey, d/o William Buford & Sarah Davis. *See Raymond Buford Bilbrey Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Lou Edris Bilbrey of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, Nov. 28, from Crest Lawn Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-9 p.m. tonight at Crest Lawn Funeral Home. Mrs. Bilbrey died Saturday, Nov. 26, 2005, at Bethesda Health Care Center in Cookeville. She was born in Clay County to the late William and Sarah Davis Buford. Mrs. Bilbrey was a member of Willow Avenue Church of Christ. She owned and operated Cookeville Dress Shop for over 25 years before retiring. Her family includes her husband, Raymond Bilbrey; two daughters and sons-in-law, Alice and Ted Fore of Chattanooga and Pauletta and Herb Baugh of Cookeville; two sons and daughters-in-law, Jim and Laura Bilbrey of Conyer, Ga., and Bill and Angie Bilbrey of Cookeville; eight grandchildren; and 13 greatgrandchildren. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Bilbrey was preceded in death by six brothers, Charles, Haskell, Bill, Clarence, Luther and Cecil Buford; and two sisters, Elizabeth Chilton and Ada Neeley. Pallbearers will be grandsons, Greg Baugh, William Baugh, Jeff Fore, Eddie Bilbrey, Michael Bilbrey and Matthew Bilbrey. Carl Sims will officiate the services. Published November 26, 2005 2:24 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN

Funeral services for Wiley L. Bilbrey, age 95, will be held Monday February 13, 2012, at 1:00 pm from the chapel of Cookeville Funeral Home with interment in Cookeville City Cemetery with Full Military Honors. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Sunday, February 12, 2012, from 4:00 until 8:00 pm, and on Monday, February 13, 2012, from 10:00 am until time of the services. Mr. Bilbrey passed away on Saturday, February 11, 2012, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born June 21, 1916, in Putnam County, TN to the late Oral and Dea Finley Bilbrey. Mr. Bilbrey was a member of the Douglas Chapel Free Will Baptist Church and farmed all his life. He served in the military in the U. S. Army. He loved to play his guitar and attend Bluegrass festivals. He was a beloved husband and a cherished father, and grandfather. He is survived by three daughters and sons-in-laws: Anne and Jack McDaniel, Alene Edgington and Scott Matlock, Arlene and Jerry Mason all of Cookeville, a son and daughter-in-law: Jerry and Lynn Bilbrey of Lafayette, TN, Six grandchildren: Jerry (Buddy) Bilbrey, Jr. and wife Kri, Cindy Martin and husband Vic, Jerry (Brother) Bilbrey and wife Jessica, Beth Watson and husband Chris, Leeann Klein, Brittany McDaniel Baldwin and husband Kyle and nine Great-Grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife: Thelma Bartlett Bilbrey who passed away March 2009, three Grandchildren: Jamie and Jeremy Shelley and Brian Bilbrey, a brother: Beecher Bilbrey and a sister: Christine Nevins. Pall Bearers will be Albert, Harold, and Kurt Bilbrey, Jerry (Buddy) Bilbrey, Jr., Chris Speck and Darrell Netherton. Bros. Tex Boles and Frank Davis will officiate at the services. Raymond Buford Bilbrey Obt. b. 11 March 1911, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 22 August 2008, Cookeville, TN, md Lou Edris (Buford) Bilbrey, b. Clay Co., TN ­ d. 26 November 2005, Cookeville, TN, d/o William Buford & Sarah Davis. Raymond Buford Bilbrey, s/o Sol Bilbrey & Mary Sue Robbins. *See Lou Edris (Buford) Bilbrey Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Raymond Buford Bilbrey, 97, of Cookeville, will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 24, at Crest Lawn Funeral Home and Cremation Center. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-9 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 23, and from 1 p.m. until time of services on Sunday at the funeral home. Mr. Bilbrey died today, Friday, Aug. 22, 2008, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born March 11, 1911, in Overton County to the late Sol Bilbrey and Mary Sue Robbins Bilbrey. Mr. Bilbrey was a member of Willow Avenue Church of Christ. He was a devoted husband and loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather. His family includes two daughters and sons-in-law, Pauletta and Herb Baugh of Cookeville and Alice and Ted Fore of Chattanooga; two sons and daughters-in-law, Billy Edward and Angelyn Bilbrey of Cookeville and Jimmy B. and Laura Bilbrey of Conyers, Ga.; two granddaughters and spouses, Beth and Billy Nye of Chattanooga and Amy and Andy Brown of Conyers; six grandsons and spouses, Jeff and Leslie Fore of Chattanooga, Greg and Cristie Baugh and Eddie and Lisa Bilbrey, all of Cookeville, William Baugh of Nashville, Michael and Annette Bilbrey of Atlanta, Ga., and Matthew Bilbrey of Tampa, Fla.; and 14 greatgrandchildren.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Lou E. Buford Bilbrey, six brothers and two sisters. Pallbearers will be grandsons. Bro. Mike Webb will officiate at the services. Friday, Aug 22, 2008: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Ruthie Magdalene Bilbrey b. 28 December 1890 ­d. 6 February 1971. Thelma Katherine (Bartlett) Bilbrey Obt. b. 3 November 1921, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 7 March 2009, Algood, TN, md on the 23rd of September 1942, Oglethorpe, GA to Wiley Lee Bilbrey b. 21 June 1916, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 11 February 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Oral C. Bilbrey, b. 14 Aug. 1876, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 26 Feb. 1957, TN, & Cordelia Dea Finley, b. 18 Apr. 1888, TN ­d. 27 May 1968, Overton Co., TN. Thelma Katherine (Bartlett) Bilbrey, d/o Roscoe Franklin Bartlett & Mary Katherine Shanks. *See Doyle Lafayette Bartlett Obt. *See Roscoe Franklin Bartlett Obt. *See Wiley Lee Bilbrey Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Thelma Katherine Bilbrey, 87, of Cookeville, will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, March 10, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. today, Monday, March 9, and from 11 a.m. until time of services on Tuesday at the funeral home. Mrs. Bilbrey died Saturday, March 7, 2009, in Masters Health Care Center in Algood. She was born Nov. 3, 1921, in Putnam County to the late Roscoe Franklin and Mary Katherine Shanks Bartlett. Mrs. Bilbrey was a member of the Baptist faith and a homemaker. She was a tenderly loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She loved her family very much. Her family includes her husband of 66 years, Wiley Lee Bilbrey (whom she married Sept. 23, 1942, in Oglethorpe, Ga.); a son and daughter-in-law, Jerry K. and Lynda Bilbrey of Lafayette; three daughters and sons-in-law, Anne and Jack McDaniel, Alene and Scott Matlock and Arlene and Jere Mason, all of Cookeville; two sisters, Anna L. Carter of Cookeville and Vera Seeley of Saskwan, Wash.; seven grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by four brothers, Ned, Walter, Cordell and Doyle Bartlett; four sisters, Maurine Leftwich, Hortense Bartlett, Stella Ward and Pansy Stone; and two grandchildren, Jamie and Jeremy Shelley. Bro. Tex Boles will officiate at the services. You may share your thoughts and memories at www.hhhfunerals.com. Monday, Mar 09, 2009: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Wiley Lee Bilbrey Obt.

b. 21 June 1916, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 11 February 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 23rd of September 1942, Oglethorpe, GA to Thelma Katherine (Bartlett) Bilbrey, b. 3 November 1921, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 7 March 2009, Algood, TN, d/o Roscoe Franklin Bartlett & Mary Katherine Shanks. Wiley Lee Bilbrey, s/o s/o Oral C. Bilbrey, b. 14 Aug. 1876, Overton Co., TN ­d. 26 Feb. 1957, TN, & Cordelia Dea Finley, b. 18 Apr. 1888, TN ­ d. 27 May 1968, Overton Co., TN. Wiley L. Bilbrey' s brother Beecher Bilbrey (1918-2010) md Delia Juanita. Oral C., Cordelia Dea (Finley) & Beecher Bilbrey are all buried in the Paran Cemetery, Overton Co., TN. *See Thelma Katherine (Bartlett) Bilbrey Obt. Funeral services for Wiley L. Bilbrey, age 95, will be held Monday February 13, 2012, at 1:00 pm from the chapel of Cookeville Funeral Home with interment in Cookeville City Cemetery with Full Military Honors. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Sunday, February 12, 2012, from 4:00 until 8:00 pm, and on Monday, February 13, 2012, from 10:00 am until time of the services. Mr. Bilbrey passed away on Saturday, February 11, 2012, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born June 21, 1916, in Putnam County, TN to the late Oral and Dea Finley Bilbrey. Mr. Bilbrey was a member of the Douglas Chapel Free Will Baptist Church and farmed all his life. He served in the military in the U. S. Army. He loved to play his guitar and attend Bluegrass festivals. He was a beloved husband and a cherished father, and grandfather. He is survived by three daughters and sons-in-laws: Anne and Jack McDaniel, Alene Edgington and Scott Matlock, Arlene and Jerry Mason all of Cookeville, a son and daughter-in-law: Jerry and Lynn Bilbrey of Lafayette, TN, Six grandchildren: Jerry " Buddy"Bilbrey, Jr. and wife Kri, Cindy Martin and husband Vic, Jerry (Brother) Bilbrey and wife Jessica, Beth Watson and husband Chris, Leeann Klein, Brittany McDaniel Baldwin and husband Kyle and nine Great-Grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife: Thelma Bartlett Bilbrey who passed away March 2009, three Grandchildren: Jamie and Jeremy Shelley and Brian Bilbrey, a brother: Beecher Bilbrey and a sister: Christine Nevins. Pall Bearers will be Albert, Harold, and Kurt Bilbrey, Jerry " Buddy"Bilbrey, Jr., Chris Speck and Darrell Netherton. Bros. Tex Boles and Frank Davis will officiate at the services. http://www.cookevillefuneralhome.com Zina D. Bilbrey b. 8 June 1915 ­d. 13 January 1951. *See Albert R. Bilyeu buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Fernado " Finando"Nitious " Dade"Billingsley Obt. b. 13 July 1871, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 4 May 1946, Bloomington Springs, Putnam Co., TN, md 1st 1894 to Callie (Martin) Billingsley, b. 27 August 1873, TN ­ d. 2 May 1933. Fernado N. Billingsley md 2nd on the 16th of July 1942, Putnam Co., TN to Grace (Gore) Tubb, widow of Dr. Tubb. *See Claude Simon Huddleston Obt. *See Harrison Ord Billingsley buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Daughters: Mrs. Claude Simon Huddleston (Lora Ann) & Miss Mary Allen Billingsley. Grandaughter: Claude Ann Huddleston md David Alexander Burton. Fernado N. Billingsley' sister is Mrs. Matt Dawes. s He was a member of the Church of Christ. Teacher by profession).

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 84: F. N. Billingsley married 16 July 1942, Putnam Co., TN, age 70, address: Bloomington Springs, TN to Mrs. Grace Tubb, age 53, address: Rt. 5, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian of next of kin of female: B. D. Gore, Livingston, Rt. 5, TN). Funeral Services Held Sunday For F. N. Billingsley: Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Carver Funeral Home for F. N. Billingsley, 74, who died at the home of his daughter in Bloomington Springs, May 4, after a short illness. He was a native of Jackson County. He attended Pleasant Hill Academy and Bowling Green University. He taught in the public schools for 28 yers, was postmaster at Bloomington Springs for 12 years. He served for several years as a member of the Quarterly Court of Putnam County and was a member at the time of his death. He was a member of the Church of Christ, and for years was a Odd Fellow. At the age of 23 he was married to Callie Martin, who preceded him in death. Also three children. In 1942 he was married to Grace Gore Tubb, who now survives. He is also survived by two daughters, Mrs. Claude Huddleston of Bloomington Springs, Miss Mary Allen Billingsley, of Detroit, MI, one granddaughter, Claude Ann Huddleston, and one sister, Mrs. Matt Dawes of Bloomington Springs. (1900 census 12th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 1 ­ Firnando N. Billingsley, 28 yrs. old, b. July 1871, TN md 5 yrs. to Callie B., 26 yrs. old, b. August 1873, TN, 3 children born, 2 children living. Children: Ova, 3 yrs. old, b. December 1896, TN & Harris O. Billingsley, 11/12 yrs. old, b. June 1899, TN) (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Cookeville, TN: Dwl: 213 ­ Fernando N. Billingsley is head of household, 38 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Teacher, Public School, md 14 yrs. to Callie, 37 yrs. old, TN, 4 children born, 2 children living. Children: Harrison, 10 yrs. old, TN & Lora Billingsley, 5 yrs. old, TN). Finando Nitious Billingsley b. 13 Jul 1871, Jackson Co., TN d. 4 May 1946 Father: James Billingsley, Jackson Co., TN Mother: Unknown Spouse: Groce Billingsley City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #10614, Putnam Co., TN Harrison Ord Billingsley b. 2 June 1899 ­ d. 2 December 1918, s/o Fernado " Finando" Nitious " Dode" Billingsley & Callie Martin. *See Fernado " Finando"Nitious " Dode"Billingsley buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Harrison Ord Billingsley b. 2 Jun 1899, Jackson Co., TN d. 2 Dec 1918 Father: Fernando N. Billingsley, Jackson Co., TN Mother: Callie Martin, Putnam Co., TN Cookeville Putnam Co., TN DC #701, Putnam Co., TN (1900 census 12th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 1 ­ Firnando N. Billingsley, 28 yrs. old, b. July 1871, TN md 5 yrs. to Callie B., 26 yrs. old, b. August 1873, TN, 3 children born, 2 children living. Children: Ova, 3 yrs. old, b. December 1896, TN & Harris O. Billingsley, 11/12 yrs. old, b. June 1899, TN)

(1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Cookeville, TN: Dwl: 213 ­ Fernando N. Billingsley is head of household, 38 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Teacher, Public School, md 14 yrs. to Callie, 37 yrs. old, TN, 4 children born, 2 children living. Children: Harrison, 10 yrs. old, TN & Lora Billingsley, 5 yrs. old, TN). Hugh M. Billingsley b. 5 May 1925 ­d. 9 February 1965, (Tenn Cpl USMC Res WWII). James W. Billingsley b. 15 September 1891 ­d. 3 February 1952, md to Clevie L. (unknown) Billingsley, b. 15 October 1892 ­ d. 7 May 1976. Estes Billingsley b. 1899 ­d. 1972. Lucy (Bazz) Billingsley Obt. b. 31 July 1915, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 20 July 2001, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 8th of October 1945 to Vestal Billingsley, b. 20 January 1913 ­d. 26 June 1990. Lucy (Bazz) Billingsley, d/o Everrett Bazz Sr. & Mary Ruby Lewis. *See Vestel Billingsley buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE-- Funeral services for Lucy Billingsley, 85, of Cookeville, will be held at 1 p.m. from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home on Monday, July 23. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. Her family will receive friends today from 5-9 p.m. and tomorrow, July 23, from 10 a.m. until the time of services. Mrs. Billingsley died Friday, July 20, 2001 at her home. She was born on July 31, 1915 in Putnam County to the late Everrett Bazz Sr. and Mary Ruby Lewis Dyer. She was a receptionist for Drs. Deberry, Shipley and Marchbanks and a nurse at the old city hospital. She was a member of Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ. Her family includes six brothers, Wallace and Bernice Dyer of Cookeville, Jeff Dyer of Knoxville, Dillard Dyer of Lebanon, David Dyer of Brentwood and Carroll Dyer of Norcrosse, Ga.; a sister, Ona V. Fox of Dayton, Ohio; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Vestal Billingsley; a sister, Pearlie Belle Bandy; and a brother, Everrett Bazz Dyer Jr. Bro. Glen McDoniel will officiate at the services. Published July 21, 2001 4:30 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Roscoe Billingsley b. 17 July 1915 ­d. 21 March 1986, md Ruby Ann (Flatt) Billingsley, b. 24 May 1919, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 30 March 1999, Nashville, TN, d/o Walter Flatt & Daisy Dixon. *See Ruby Ann (Flatt) Billingsley Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: ROSCOE BILLINGSLEY Birth: Mar 1986Death: Sep 1991- Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN:381-01-0782, MI) Ruby Ann (Flatt) Billingsley Obt. b. 24 May 1919, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 30 March 1999, Nashville, TN, md Roscoe Billingsley, b. 17 July 1915 ­d. 21 March 1986. Ruby Ann (Flatt) Billingsley, d/o Walter Flatt & Daisy Dixon.

*See Roscoe Billingsley buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Ruby Ann Billingsley, 79, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Fri., April 2, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends after 7 p.m. today, March 31, at the funeral home. Mrs. Billingsley died on Tues., March 30, 1999, at St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville. She was born on May 24, 1919, in Jackson County to the late Walter and Daisy Dixon Flatt. Mrs. Billingsley was retired from Uniroyal. She was also a homemaker and a member of Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ. Her family includes a son and daughter-in-law, Hollis and Frances Walker of Cookeville; two sisters, Clarcie Bush of Cookeville and Winnie Williford of Kentucky; grandchildren, Don and Debbie Walker and Randy Walker; and three great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by her husband, Roscoe Billingsley; and an infant daughter, June Billingsley. Bros. Ken Burton and Glen McDoniel will officiate at the services. Published March 31, 1999 11:14 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Savella June Billingsley b. 18 March 1948 ­d. 2 May 1948, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Roscoe Billingsley. Vestal Billingsley b. 20 January 1913 ­ d. 26 June 1990, (GM2 US Navy WWII), md on the 8th of October 1945 to Lucy (Bazz) Billingsley, b. 31 July 1915, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 20 July 2001, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Everrett Bazz Sr. & Mary Ruby Lewis. *See Lucy (Bazz) Billingsley Obt. A. L. Bilyeu Obt. b. 5 November 1932 ­d. 6 November 1980, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md Shirley Ann (Kronenberg) Bilyeu, b. 10 November 1936 ­d. 14 April 2006, d/o Chester Kronenberg & Orpha Dallas Bryant. A. L. Bilyeu, s/o Benny Harmon Bilyeu & Minnie Thompson. Shirley (Kronenberg) Bilyeu md 2nd Harold Dean Bilyeu brother of A. L. Bilyeu. Harold Dean Bilyeu, s/o Benny Harmon Bilyeu & Minnie Thompson. *See Harold Dean Bilyeu Obt. *See Benny Harmon Bilyeu buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Benny Bilyeu Jr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Shirley Ann (Kronenberg) Bilyeu Obt. ALGOOD - Funeral services for A. L. Bilyeu, 48, will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 8, in the chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home, with Rev. Eddie Haynes officiating. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Bilyeu, the son of Minnie Thompson Bilyeu and the late Benny Bilyeu, died in Cookeville General Hospital. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Shirley Kronenberg Bilyeu of Algood; two daughters, Pam Bilyeu of Algood and Kathy Bilyeu of Cookeville; one granddaughter, his mother, Mrs. Minnie Bilyeu of

Cookefville; three brothers, Benny Bilyeu, Jr., of Michigan, Claude Herman Bilyeu of Franklin, Kentucky, and Harold Dean Bilyeu of Clarksville; two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Flatt of Cookeville and Mrs. Bibbie Mitchell of Cookeville. Pallbearers will be Ervin Goodwin, Fred F. Flatt, Sammy Mitchell, Bennie Bilyeu, Teddy Bilyeu, and Tom McCullough. Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Rev. Abe L. Bilyeu b. 7 May 1867, TN ­ d. 22 November 1918, md on the 30th of January 1887, Overton Co., TN to L. C. (Willeford) Bilyeu, b. 2 December 1871 ­d. 25 February 1956. Rev. A. L. Bilyeu, s/o Ben Bilyeu & Nancy Petterman. Rev. Abe L. Bilyeu, s/o Ben Bilyeu & Nancy Petterman. Rev A. L. Bilyeu b. 7 May 1867, TN d. 22 Nov 1918 Father: Ben Bilyeu, TN Mother: Nancy Petterman, TN Cookeville Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC#685, Putnam Co., TN (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Overton Co., TN, pg. 29, #46: A. L. Bilyeu married 30 January 1887, Overton Co., TN to L. C. Willeford Albert Ridley Bilyeu b. 1 October 1893 ­ d. 16 January 1966, md on the 21st of December 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Lucy (Haney) Bilbrey, b. 25 April 1892 ­d. 23 June 1984. Buried next to them: Zina D. Bilyeu. "Asleep in God's Beautiful Garden Away from Sorrow and Pain' *See Lucy (Haney) Bilbrey Obt. *See Zina D. Bilbrey buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 197, #783: Albert Bilyeu married 21 December 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Lucy Haney (SS Death Index: Name: ALBERT BILYEU Birth: 01 Oct 1893- Death: Jan 1966­ Last Residence: (Tennessee) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 412-24-3934, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: LUCY BILYEU Birth: 25 Apr 1892- Death: Jun 1984­ Last Residence: (Nashville, Davidson, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 408-88-4775, TN) Anna Casandra (Sims) Bilyeu Obt. b. 22 May 1920 ­d. 11 September 2000, Cookeville, TN, md on the 23rd of March 1941, Jackson Co., TN to Edward Bilyeu, b. 8 November 1915 ­d. 17 November 1991. Anna Casandra (Sims) Bilyeu, d/o Walter Maldon Sims & Marzettie Lee. *See Edward Bilyeu buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 65: Edward Bilyeu married 23 March 1941, Jackson Co., TN, age 25, address: 300 Oak St., Cookeville, TN to Anna Sims, age 21, address; Byrdstown, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Walter Sims, Byrdstown, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Anna Casandra Bilyeu, 80, of Cookeville, will be held Wednesday, Sept. 13, at 2 p.m. at Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Bilyeu died at her home in Cookeville Monday, Sept. 11, 2000.

The daughter of the late Walter Maldon and Marzettie Lee Sims, she was born May 22, 1920. She was retired from the Putnam County school system and was a member of Wilhite Baptist Church. Her family includes one son and daughter-in-law, Billy and Doris Bilyeu of Cookeville; four daughters and sons-in-law, Russ and Jo Ann Steel of Cookeville, Betty Sue and Roger Holloway of Cookeville, Linda and Mike Williams of Cookeville and Carol and Kelly Wasmund of Huntsville, Ala.; two sisters, Jenny Fair of Murray, Ky., and Iolene Ford of Monroe, Tenn.; 10 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Bilyeu, and a brother, Doyle Sims. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Tuesday, Sept. 12, from 5-9 p.m. Bro. Terry Geren and Bro. Bob Pharris will officiate. Published September 11, 2000 12:08 PM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Bennie Harmon Bilyeu b. 29 January 1897 ­ d. 25 May 1972, (Tenn Pfc Co G 329 Inf WWI), md to Minnie Thompson, b. 23 June 1903 ­d. 30 January 1983. *See A. L. Bilyeu Obt. *See Benny Bilyeu Jr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Harold Dean Bilyeu Obt. *See Michael Bilyeu buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Ruthie E. Bilyeu buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Benny Harmon Bilyeu Jr. b. 13 January 1922 ­d. 23 January 1986, s/o Bennie Harmon Bilyeu & Minnie Thompson. *See A. L. Bilyeu Obt. *See Bennie Harmon Bilyeu buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (SS Death Index: Name: BILYEU, BENNIE ­Birth: 13 Jan 1922-Death: 23 Jan 1986- Last Residence (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 412-16-6003, TN) Edward Bilyeu b. 8 November 1915 ­ d. 17 November 1991, md on the 23rd of March 1941, Jackson Co., TN to Anna Casandra (Sims) Bilyeu, b. 22 May 1920 ­ d. 11 September 2000, Cookeville, TN, d/o Walter Maldon Sims & Marzettie Lee. *See Anna Casandra (Sims) Bilyeu Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: EDWARD BILYEU Birth: 08 Nov 1915- Death: 17 Nov 1991- Last Residence: (not specified) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-07-1803, TN) (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 65: Edward Bilyeu married 23 March 1941, Jackson Co., TN, age 25, address: 300 Oak St., Cookeville, TN to Anna Sims, age 21, address; Byrdstown, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Walter Sims, Byrdstown, TN). Gerald Dean Bilyeu Obt. b. 5 September 1956, Elmwood, IN ­d. 7 November 2007, Nashville, TN, s/o Shirley Ann Kronenberg. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Gerald Dean Bilyeu, 51, of Cookeville, will be held at 3 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 12, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home and Cremation Services. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery.

The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. today, Sunday, Nov. 11; and from 1 p.m. until time of services on Monday, at the funeral home. Mr. Bilyeu died Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2007, in Nashville. He was born Sept. 5, 1956, in Elmwood, Ind. to the late Shirley Ann Kronenberg Bilyeu. His family includes his stepfather, Harold Bilyeu of Cookeville; two daughters, Deanna Bilyeu of Cookeville, and Lucinda Bilyeu of Moore Haven, Fla.; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Kathy and Kerry Weatherby, and Pamela and James Bohannon, all of Cookeville. Pastor Ron Allen will officiate at the services. Published November 10, 2007 7:14 PM CST : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Geraldine Bilyeu b. 4 April 1928 ­d. 12 April 1930, d/o Eliza & Etta Bilyeu. George Powell Bilyeu b. 12 August 1902, TX ­ d. 22 September 1967, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 7th of February 1926 to Safrona Lee " Frona"(Simons) Bilyeu, b. 1 August 1903, Putnam Co., TN­d. 23 January 1986, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Jeremiah Simons (1872-1957) & Pirlie Lee Kinnaird (1885-1965). George Powell Bilyeu, s/o James Peterman Bilyeu (1863-1942) & Ava Novella Horner (1864-1937). (SS Death Index: Name: POWELL BILYEU Birth: 12 Aug 1902 Death: Sep 1967­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-07-7166, TN). Local Boy In Naval Hospital: George P. " Buddy"Bilyeu, son of Mr. and Mrs. Powell Bilyeu, is in the Naval Hospital in Portsmouth, VA. His condition is reported not serious and he is expected to be back on his ship on its return froma run in the north Atlantic. Bilyeu has been stationed with his brother, Jimmy, on the USS Oberlin, now in cargo and transportation service. George has been in the service for 26 months and Jimmy for 31 months. Both volunteered for Naval Service. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 2 April 1953. Glenn E. Bilyeu b. 9 January 1930- d. 8 February 1974, (Tenn Pvt U. S. Army Korea). "Love in Memory ­ Sigh of Etherial Place' (SS Death Index: Name: GLENN BILYEU Birth: 09 Jan 1930 Death: Feb 1974­ Last Residence: (not specified) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 413-42-9129, TN) Harold Dean Bilyeu Obt. b. 10 August 1935, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 30 July 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 14th of December 1985 to Shirley Ann (Kronenberg) Bilyeu, b. 10 November 1936, Kokomo, IN ­ d. 14 April 2006, Cookeville, TN, d/o Chester Kronenberg & Orpha Dallas Bryant. Harold Dean Bilyeu, s/o Bennie Harmon Bilyeu & Minnie Thompson. Shirley Ann (Kronenberg) Bilyeu md 1st A. L. Bilyeu, b. 5 November 1932 ­ d. 6 November 1980, brother of Harold Dean Bilyeu. A. L. Bilyeu, s/o Bennie Harmon Bilyeu & Minnie Thompson. *See A. L. Bilyeu Obt. *See Shirley Ann (Kronenberg) Bilyeu Obt.

COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Harold Dean Bilyeu, 75, of Cookeville will be held Thursday, August 2 at 11 a.m. in the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Interment with military honors will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. Bro. Johnny Fox will officiate. The family will receive friends Wednesday 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and Thursday 9 a.m. until service time at the funeral home. Mr. Bilyeu died Monday evening, July 30, 2012 at Bethesda Health Care. He was born August 10, 1935 in Putnam County, TN to the late Bennie Harmon and Minnie Thompson Bilyeu. Mr. Bilyeu was a member of Sycamore Church of Christ and attended Holladay Church of Christ. He was a retired Master Sergeant in the U.S. Army with 26 years of service. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Shirley Ann Kronenberg Bilyeu, a stepson, Dean Bilyeu, three brothers, Bennie Bilyeu Jr., Claude Bilyeu and A.L. Bilyeu. Mr. Bilyeu is survived by two stepdaughters, Pamela Bohannon and husband James and Kathy Weatherby, two sisters, Dorothy Flatt and Bobbie Mitchell and husband Sam all of Cookeville and several nieces and nephews. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 2 August 2012 James Elzie Bilyeu b. 10 January 1888 ­d. 23 August 1970, md on the 12th of March 1911 to Etta S. (unknown) Bilyeu, b. 26 October 1889 ­d. 11 December 1973. (SS Death Index: Name: BILYEU, JAMES ­ Birth: 10 Jan 1888-Death: Aug 1970- Last Residence (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-07-1804, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: BILYEU, ETTA ­ Birth: 26 Oct 1889-Death: Dec 1973- Last Residence (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-08-6373, TN) Jeradine Bilyeu b. ca. 1928, TN ­d. 12 April 1930, d/o Elyce Biyeu & Eva Speakman. Certificate: #9202 Putnam Co., TN Deceased: Jeradine Bilyeu Age: 2y 8d Birth Place: TN Death: 12 Apr 1930 Father: Elyce Bilyeu Father's Birth Place: TN Mother: Eva Speakman Mother's Birth Place: TN Cemetery: City Cemetery Lucy (Haney) Bilyeu Obt. b. 25 April 1892 ­d. 23 June 1984, md on the 21st of December 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Albert Ridley Bilyeu, b. 1 October 1893 ­d. 16 January 1966. "Asleep in God's Beautiful Garden Away from Sorrow and Pain' *See Albert Ridley Bilyeu buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 197, #783: Albert Bilyeu married 21 December 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Lucy Haney). Services for Mrs. Lucy Haney Bilyeu, 92, were held Monday, June 25, 1984 at Woodbine Funeral, Nashville, with services that afternoon at Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Bilyeu died Saturday, June 23, 1984, at Donelson Hospital. She was the widow of the late Albert Ridley Bilyeu. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Edith Bilyeu Gary, of Donelson; two sons, Charley L. Bilyeu, of Nashville and Fred G. Bilyeu, of Franklin; nine grandchildren and 11 great-greadchildren. Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home, of Cookeville, was in charge of the local arrangements. Lula S. Bilyeu b. 10 May 1886 ­d. 9 August 1975. (mother) `In Loving Memory' Michael Bilyeu b. 31 July 1951 ­ d. 31 July 1978, (Pvt US Army Vietnam), s/o Ben Bilyeu Jr. & Geraldine Haapanen. Buried next to Bennie Bilyeu. *See Bennie Bilyeu buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Teddy Lee Bilyeu Obt. Ruthie E. Bilyeu b. 3 November 1925 ­d. 13 September 1927. Buried next to Bennie Bilyeu. *See Bennie Bilyeu buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Shirley Ann (Kronenberg) Bilyeu Obt. b. 10 November 1936, Kokomo, IN ­d. 14 April 2006, Cookeville, TN, md on the 14th of December 1985 to Harold Dean Bilyeu, b. 10 August 1935, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 30 July 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Bennie Harmon Bilyeu & Minnie Thompson. Shirley Ann (Kronenberg) Bilyeu, d/o Chester Kronenberg & Orpha Dallas Bryant. Shirley Ann (Kronenberg) Bilyeu was md 1st to A. L. Bilbrey, b. 5 November 1932 ­ d. 6 November 1980, brother of Harold Dean Bilyeu. A. L. Bilbrey, Bennie Harmon Bilyeu & Minnie Thompson. *See A. L. Bilrey *See Harold Dean Bilyeu Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 202: Harold Dean Bilyeu married 14 December 1985, Putnam Co., TN, age 50, b. 10 August 1935, address: Rt. 12, Box 64-B, Cookeville, TN to Shirley Ann Bilyeu, age 49, b. 10 November 1936, address: Rt. 12, Box 64-B, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Junanita Thoman, sister, address: Rt. 1, Elwood, IN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Shirley Ann Bilyeu, 69, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Tues., April 18 from the chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Interment will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. on Mon., April 17 and from 10 a.m. until time of service on Tues., April 18 at the funeral home. Mrs. Bilyeu died on Friday, April 14, 2006 in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born on Nov. 10, 1936, in Kokomo, IN, to the late Chester and Orpha Dallas Bryant Kronenberg.

Mrs. Bilyeu was a homemaker and graduated in 1954 from the Elwood High School in Elwood, IN. Her family includes her husband of over 20 years, Harold Bilyeu, of Cookeville; one son, Dean Bilyeu; two daughters and sons-in-law, Pamela K. and James Bohannon, and Kathy Jean and Kerry Weatherby, all of Cookeville; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews, in TN and IN. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Bilyeu was preceded in death by two sisters, Waneta Thoman and Dollie Marie King; and two brothers, Jimmy Kronenberg and Chester Kronenberg Jr. Family and friends will serve as pallbearers. Bro. Johnny Fox will officiate the services. Published April 15, 2006 2:18 PM CDT: Herald -Citizen, Cookeville, TN Simmial Bilyeu b. 11 July 1912 ­d. 25 March 1963, (Tenn Pvt. U. S. Army WWII). Teddy Lee Bilyeu Obt. b. 20 August 1950, Putnam Co., TN - d. 7 May 1985, White Co., TN, md Sharron (Greene) Bilyeu. Teddy Lee Bilyeu, s/o Ben Bilyeu Jr. & Geraldine Haapanen. *See Michael Bilyeu buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (SS Death Index: Name: TEDDY BILYEU Birth: 20 Aug 1950- Death: May 1985- Last Residence: (Sparta, White Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 368-58-4072, MI) SPARTA - Funeral services for Teddy Lee Bilyeu, 34, of Rt. 4, Sparta, will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Bro. Bennie Bilyeu officiating. Burial will be at Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Bilyeu died Tuesday (May 7, 1985) at White County Community Hospital after a brief illness. Born August 20, 1950, he was a native of Putnam County and was a construction worker with Sturdi-Bilt Construction Co. His family includes his wife, Sharron Greene Bilyeu; his father, Ben Bilyeu Jr. of Cookeville; his mother, Geraldine Haapanen of Imlay City, MI; three sisters, Julie Bilyeu of Cookeville, Alice Beaupre of MI and Mary Bilyeu of MI; and four brothers, David, Danny and Andy Bilyeu, all of MI, and Bennie Bilyeu of Cookeville. He was preceded in death by a brother, Michael Bilyeu. Zina D. Bilyeu b. 8 June 1915 ­d. 13 January 1951. Buried next to Albert R. Bilyeu & Lucy Haney. `Thy Soul Rest and is Found in Peace' Alyssa Paige Binkley Obt. Funeral services for Alyssa Paige Binkley, age 5 weeks, of Cookeville, will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Friday, November 27, 2009 from the Chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery.

The family will receive friends from 11:00 a.m. until time of service on Friday, November 27,11:00 a.m. until time of the service. Alyssa passed away on Wednesday, November 25, 2009 at her home. She was born October 17, 2009 in Cookeville to Dennis and Jessica Tollett Binkley She is survived by two brothers: Dennis III, and Jonathan Binkley; One sister: Angel Binkley. Grandparents include Ricky and Dorothy Tollett of Monterey, Dennis Binkley Sr. and wife Ramona of Canyon Lake TX, and Cecilia Farley of Gainesboro TN. Her Great Grandparents are: Helen Tollett of Monterey, Mildred Martin of San Antonio TX, George Binkley of Oklahoma City OK and Joann Binkley of San Antonio TX. Alyssa is also survived by aunts and uncles Dani and Casey Soulsby and, Kileen Farley of Crossville, Nick Binkley and Hillary Binkley both of Canyon Lake TX, Jeromy Key of Dodson Branch, Jacob and Anna Maxwell of Cookeville, Jeremy Trout of Cookeville, Lisa Trout of Sparta, and Rickey Whitaker of Sparta. She is preceded in death her a grandfather, Edward Dwayne Key, and great-grandparents; Modell Tollett, Donald Martin, and Hollis and Barbara Maxwell. Brother David Flatt will conduct the services. Herald -Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 27 November 2009 Annie Magnolia (Jackson) Birdwell Obt. b. b. 21 November 1889, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 5 March 1966, md on the 28th of December 1905, Jackson Co., TN to John "Johnny" Dudney Birdwell, b. 18 August 1886, TN ­ d. 2 November 1956, s/o John Harvey Birdwell Jr. & Martha Jane (Kirby) Fox. Annie Magnolia (Jackson) Birdwell, d/o Thomas Benton Jackson & Mary Lou Bounds. *See John " Johnny"Dudney Birdwell Obt. *See Hollie F. Birdwell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 456: J. D. Birdwell married 28 December 1905, Jackson Co., TN to Annie Jackson. Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Magnolia Birdwell, 76, were held from the Chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home Monday, at 2:30 p.m. with J. B. Gaither of Gallatin officiating. Mrs. Birdwell died unexpectedly Saturday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Carroll Dyer on R-2, Cookeville. She was a resident of 760 Darwin Ave. A native of Putnam County, Mrs. Birdwell was the daughter of the late Thomas B. and Mary Lou Bounds Jackson. Her husband was the lage John Dudney Birdwell. In addition to Mrs. Dyer, she is survived by another daughter, Mrs. Donal King of Warren, MI; 1 son, J. Birdwell of Maryville; 2 sisters, Mrs. Avert Gaw, Nashville and Mrs. Aaron Fox, Cookeville; 3 brothers, Hulon and Dallas Jackson of Cookeville and Lattie Jackson, Detroit, MI; 13 grandchildren and 13 greatgrandchildren. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. John "Johnny" Dudney Birdwell Obt. b. 18 August 1886, TN ­d. 2 November 1956, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 28th of December 1905, Jackson Co., TN to Annie Magnolia (Jackson) Birdwell, b. 21 November 1889, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 5 March 1966, d/o Thomas Benton Jackson & Mary Lou Bounds. John D. Birdwell, s/o John Harvey Birdwell Jr. & Martha Jane (Kirby) Fox. *See Annie Magnolia (Jackson) Birdwell Obt.

*See Hollie F. Birdwell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Funeral services for John Dudney Birdwell, 69, were held at 2:00 p.m. today at the Double Springs Church of Christ. Mr. Birdwell died suddenly about 8:00 a.m. Wednesday at his home on Whitney Street. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Hannah Jackson Birdwell, two sons, Hollie and Jay Birdwell of Cookeville, one daughter, Mrs. Corall Dyes, of Cookeville, a brother, Frank Birdwell, Gainesboro, 12 grandchildren and one great grandchild. Interment was in the City Cemetery. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 3 November 1956. Clossie Noble Birdwell b. 12 Feb 1917, Baxter d. 13 Sep 1918 Father: John Birdwell, TN Mother: Annie Jackson, TN ----- Putnam Co., TN DC#580, Putnam Co., TN (1910 census 13th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 101 ­John D. Birdwell is head of household, 22 yrs. old, TN md 4 yrs. to Annie M., 20 yrs. old, TN, 2 children born, 1 child living. Child: Stella M. Birdwell, 3 yrs. old, TN). (1920 census 7th Civil Dist., Gainesboro & Sparta Rds., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 11 ­John D. Birdwell is head of household, 34 yrs. old, TN md to Anie M., 31 yrs. old, TN. Children: Stella, 13 yrs. old; Hollie, 9 yrs. old; Rose, 6 yrs. old & Leanon J. Birdwell, 9/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Hollie F. Birdwell b. 26 December 1910, TN ­ d. 27 July 1963, s/o John "Johnny" Dudney Birdwell & Annie Magnolia Jackson. *See John " Johnny"Dudney Birdwell Obt. (1920 census 7th Civil Dist., Gainesboro & Sparta Rds., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 11 ­John D. Birdwell is head of household, 34 yrs. old, TN md to Anie M., 31 yrs. old, TN. Children: Stella, 13 yrs. old; Hollie, 9 yrs. old; Rose, 6 yrs. old & Leanon J. Birdwell, 9/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Leanon Jay "Daddy J" Birdwell b. 23 March 1919, Jackson Co. TN ­ d. 23 December 1996 (S Sgt. US Army WWII), md on the 24 th of December 1938, Putnam Co., TN to Mary Frances (Watson) " Mama B." Birdwell, b. 26 July 1920, Warren Co., TN ­ d. 2 September 1996, Putnam Co., TN. Leamon Jay Birdwell, s/o John "Johnny" Dudney Birdwell & Annie Magnolia Jackson. *See John " Johnny"Dudney Birdwell Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 67, docket #4, pg. 148: J. Birdwell married 24 December 1938, Putnam Co., TN, age 20, address: Double Springs, TN to Mary Francis Watson, age 18, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: G. R. Watson). (1920 census 7th Civil Dist., Gainesboro & Sparta Rds., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 11 ­John D. Birdwell is head of household, 34 yrs. old, TN md to Anie M., 31 yrs. old, TN. Children: Stella, 13 yrs. old; Hollie, 9 yrs. old; Rose, 6 yrs. old & Leanon J. Birdwell, 9/12 yrs. old. All born in TN).

Revene McGlasson Birdwell b. 18 June 1907 ­d. 5 December 1954. Margaret " Peggy"Verl (Bonner) Bishop Obt. b. 3 December 1919, Nauvoo, AL ­ d. 19 December 2010, Cookeville, TN, d/o Lee Homer Bonner & Willie Ann Baughn. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Margaret " Peggy"Verl Bonner Bishop, 91, of Cookeville, will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 22, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Interment will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from noon until time of services on Wednesday at the funeral home. Ms. Bishop died Sunday afternoon, Dec. 19, 2010, in NHC Healthcare of Cookeville. She was born Dec. 3, 1919, in Nauvoo, Ala., to the late Lee Homer and Willie Ann Baughn Bonner. Having received B.S. and M.A. degrees from the University of North Alabama, Ms. Bishop taught about 30 years in Florence and Decatur, Ala. elementary schools. She was a member of Central Baptist church in Decatur, but attended First United Methodist Church in Cookeville after moving into Cedar Hills Retirement Center in April, 1999. Her family includes a brother and sister-in-law, Bill and Martha Sue Bonner -- local relatives; as well 14 nephews and great-nephews; six nieces and great-nieces; a daughter; two granddaughters; and one grandson. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by three sisters; three husbands; a nephew; and a great-nephew. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Memorial donations may be made to the building fund at Cookeville First United Methodist Church, 204 East Spring Street, Cookeville, TN 38501, or a charity of your choice. Revs. Max Mayo, Drew Shelly and Rebecca Larson will officiate at the services. You may share your thoughts and memories at www.hhhfunerals.com. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 21 December 2010 Harry Allen Blackwell b. 31 July 1892 ­ d. 26 April 1975, md on the 28th of July 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Lucy (Jenkins) Blackwell, b. 5 August 1897, KY ­ d. 24 January 1984, Lakeland, FL, d/o George Alfred Jenkins & Louellen Kinley. *See Lucy (Jenkins) Blackwell Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 485, #4648: Harry Blackwell married 28 July 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Lucy Jenkins). Lucy (Jenkins) Blackwell Obt. b. 5 August 1897, KY ­d. 24 January 1984, Lakeland, FL, md on the 28th of July 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Harry Allen Blackwell, b. 31 July 1892 ­d. 26 April 1975. Lucy (Jenkins) Blackwell, d/o George Alfred Jenkins & Louellen Kinley. *See Allen Conway Jenkins Obt. *See George Alfred Jenkins buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Louellen (Kinley) Jenkins Obt.

A graveside service will be conducted from the Cookeville City Cemetery, Saturday, January 28, 1984, at 11:00 a.m. with the Rev. Maurice Moore officiating for Mrs. Lucy Allen Blackwell. Mrs. Blackwell, a former resident of Cookeville, died January 24, 1984, in Lakeland, Florida following an extended illness. A native of Kentucky, she was the daughter of the late George and Lou Ellen Kinley Jenkins, the widow of the late Harry Blackwell. Her body will lie-in-state at Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Friday evening. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the First United Methodist Church. Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Robert Odell Blackwell b. 7 January 1972 ­d. 5 May 1972. Benjamin Benton Jackson " J."Blair B. b. 3 September 1867, TN ­ d. 5 July 1934, s/o Andrew C. Blair (1836-1914) & Margaret Shoemake (1841-1928). He married on the 5th of October 1889, Smith Co., TN to Donia Callie (Shoemake) Blair, b. 9 October 1874, TN ­d. 25 July 1917, d/o Sidney Shoemake & Josephine " Josie"Gentry. Andrew C. & Margaret (Shoemake) Blair are both buried in the Dickens Cemetery, Smith Co., TN. Andrew C. Blair, s/o Charles R. Blair & Sarah " Sallie" Campbell. Margaret (Shoemake) Blair, d/o William & Fannie Shoemake. *See Ernest Conners Blair buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Fred Elmer Blair Obt. *See Myrtie L. " Mertie"(Blair) Dyer buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Bertie M. (Blair) Deal Obt. Picture: Donia Callie (Shoemake) Blair, d/o Sidney S. Shoemake & Josie Gentry. Benjamin Blair b. -----, TN d. 5 Jul 1934 Age: abt 67y Unknown Father: Unknown Mother: Unknown City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC#16381, Putnam Co., TN Mrs. Dona Blair b. -----, TN d. 26 Jul 1917 Age: abt 51y Father: Sidney Shoemake, TN Mother: Unknown Cookeville Cemetery Putnam DC #490, Putnam Co., TN

Donia Callie (Shoemake) Blair

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Smith Co., TN, pt. 154: Ben J. Blair married 5 October 1889, Smith Co., TN to C. D. Shoemake). (1880 census 16th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 236 ­Sidney Shoemake is head of household, 36 yrs. old, TN md to Josie, 35 yrs. old, TN. Children: Cordelia, 13 yrs. old; James, 11 yrs. old; Ardella, 8 yrs. old & Callie Shoemake, 5 yrs. old. All born in TN).

(1900 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 72 ­Benton Blair is head of household, 36 yrs. old, b. March 1854, TN, md 10 yrs. to Donie, 24 yrs. old, b. March 1876, TN, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Denton, 9 yrs. old, b. March 1891; Etta, 7 yrs. old, b. April 1893; Myrtle, 5 yrs. old, b. April 1895 & Ernest Blair, 1 yr. old, b. March 1899. All born in TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 342 ­Benjamin J. Blair is head of household, 44 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Laborer Brickyard, md 20 yrs. to Caldona, 35 yrs. old, TN, 8 children born, 8 children living. Children: Denton, 19 yrs. old; Etta J., 17 yrs.old; Earnest C., 12 yrs. old; Sindey A., 9 yrs. old; Birta M., 5 yrs. old; Caran, 3 yrs. old & Elmer Blair, 3/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Ernest Conners Blair Obt. b. 8 November 1898, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 1 September 1984, Smyrna, TN, (Pvt. US Army WWI), md on the 1st of June 1919, Putnam Co., TN to Mary (Odem) Blair. He md 2nd Pearl (Church) Blair. Ernest Connors/Conrad Blair, s/o Benjamin Benton Jackson " J."Blair & Donia Callie Shoemake. B. *See Benjamin Benton Jackson " J."Blair buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. B. *See Fred Elmer Blair Obt. *See Myrtie L. " Mertie"(Blair) Dyer buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Bertie M. (Blair) Deal Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 501: Earnest Blair married 1 June 1919, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Mary Odom). NASHVILLE ­ Funeral services for Ernest Conners Blair, 85, who died Saturday at the Smyrna Nursing Center, will be Tuesday, Sept. 4 at 2 p.m. Mr. Blair, a resident of Haywood Lane in Nashville, was a retired farmer and painter. Born on Nov. 8, 1898 in Jackson County, he was the son of the late Ben Jackson and Donia Shumake Blair. He was a veteran of World War One. His family includes two sisters, Mrs. Birtie Mae Deal, of Lilburn, FA, and Mabel Blanche Roschewski, of Detroit, MI; and a brother, Fred C. Blair, of Orlando, FL. His nephews will serve as pallbearers. Woodbind Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements for the Nashville services and Whitson' Funeral s Home is in chage of the Cookeville graveside services. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 342 ­Benjamin J. Blair is head of household, 44 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Laborer Brickyard, md 20 yrs. to Caldona, 35 yrs. old, TN, 8 children born, 8 children living. Children: Denton, 19 yrs. old; Etta J., 17 yrs. old; Earnest C., 12 yrs. old; Sindey A., 9 yrs. old; Birta M., 5 yrs. old; Caran, 3 yrs. old & Elmer Blair, 3/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Fred Elmer Blair b. 26 January 1910, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 14 October 1993, Orange Co., FL, md on the 25th of August, 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Willie Melanie (White) Blair, b. 14 February 1912, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 9 October 1960, Wayne Co., MI. Fred Elmer Blair, s/o Benjamin Benton Jackson " B.J." Blair & Donia Callie Shoemake. Willie Melanie (White) Blair is buried in the Judd Church Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Benjamin Benton Jackson " J."Blair buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. B. *See Ernest Conners Blair Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: BLAIR, FRED E ­Birth: 26 Jan 1910 - Death: 14 Oct 1993 - Last Residence (not specified) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-05-1431, TN) (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, #4665: Fred Blair married 25 August 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Willie Melanie White).

(1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 342 ­Benjamin J. Blair is head of household, 44 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Laborer Brickyard, md 20 yrs. to Caldona, 35 yrs. old, TN, 8 children born, 8 children living. Children: Denton, 19 yrs. old; Etta J., 17 yrs.old; Earnest C., 12 yrs. old; Sindey A., 9 yrs. old; Birta M., 5 yrs. old; Caran, 3 yrs. old & Elmer Blair, 3/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Jessie Bland b. 19 October 1901 ­d. 30 May 1918, d/o Bland & Ida Wallace. Jessie Bland was an only child. James J. Blaylock b. 13 January 1901 ­d. 30 April 1978, md on the 16th of September 1932 to Fanilou (unknown) Blaylock, b. 25 December 1912. `At Home with the Lord' (SS Death Index: Name: JAMES BLAYLOCK Birth: 13 Jan 1901- Death: Apr 1978 Last Residence: (Crossville, Cumberland, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 412-16-4767, TN) Fletcher Davis Bly Obt. b. 21 August 1874, VA ­d. 2 March 1962, CA, md Georgie (Alcorn) Bly, b. 20 January 1891, TN ­d. 27 October 1977, d/o General " Gennings" George"Washington Alcorn & Nancy Josephine Garner, both " buried in Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. George W. Alcorn is listed as Sheriff in the 1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN. He is the son of Robert Simpson Alcorn Sr. & Martha J. Exum McGinnis. Nancy Josephine Garner is the daughter of John H. Garner & Sarah Merritt. *See General " Gennings"George Washington Alcorn Obt. A prayer service for Fletcher Davis Bly, 88, will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. in the Chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. The Rev. Hall Barrett, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church will officiate. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. The body is at the funeral home. Mr. Bly' death occurred Friday in Pasadena, CA, and funeral services were held there Sunday. He had s been ill for several months. He was reared and educated in his native Weatherford, TX, in later years he owned an operated a sheep ranch in the Grand Canyon area of AZ and resided in Williams, AZ. There in 1918 he married the former Georgie Alcorn of Cookeville. They have been residents of Pasadena for 16 years. Besides his widow there are no immediate survivors. The Cookeville Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: Tuesday, 6 March 1962. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Spring Street, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 76 Family: 80 ­General W. Alcorn is head of household, 48 yrs. old, TN md 27 yrs. to Josie, 48 yrs. old, TN, 7 children born, 7 children living. Children: Bessie, 25 yrs. old; Lela, 23 yrs. old; Mamye, 21 yrs. old; Georgia, 19 yrs. old; Willie M., 14 yrs. old; Felix, 9 yrs. old & Robert Alcorn, 5 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census Williams Precinct, Coconino, AZ: Dwl: 47 ­Fletcher D. Bly is head of household, 41 yrs. old, VA (parents both born in VA), occupation: stock raising, sheep - md to Georgia A., 28 yrs. old, TN, (parents both born in TN) occupation: teacher high school. Also living in the household: Mamie Alcorn, sister-in-law, 31 yrs. old, TN, single, occupation: music teacher). Note: Mamie Alcorn is the daughter of George W. Alcorn & Nancy Josephine Garner. She is the sister of Georgia A. (Alcorn) Bly & Felix Alcorn that lived next door to Fletcher D. & Georgia (Alcorn) Bly in the 1930 census.

(1930 census Williams Town, Coconino, AZ: Dwl: #201, Sheridan, Family: 247, 271 ­Fletcher D. Bly is head of household, 52 yrs. old, VA (parents both born in VA), (41 yrs. old 1st marriage), occupation: stock raising, sheep - md to Georgia A., 38 yrs. old, TN, (parents both born in TN), (27 yrs.old 1st marriage) occupation: none. Also living in the household: Bessie Alcorn, sister-in-law, 42 yrs. old, TN, single, occupation: teacher high school & Ida M. Francisco, lodger, 31 yrs. old, KS (father born in IL, mother born in OH) divorced, occupation: teacher public school & Nellie K. Fritz, lodger, 23 yrs. old, CO, (father born in PA, mother born in IL) single, occupation: teacher public school). (1930 census Williams Town, Coconino, AZ: Dwl: #126, Sheridan, Family: 248, 272 ­Felix Alcorn is head of household, 29 yrs. old, TN (father born in VA, mother born in VA), (26 yrs. old 1st marriage) occupation: owns shop, dry cleaning ­ md to Elizabeth A., 23 yrs. old, New Mexico (father born in Budapest, Hungry, mother born in CO), (19 yrs. old 1st marriage). Note: Felix Alcorn is the son of George W. Alcorn & Nancy Josephine Garner. He is the brother of Georgia A. (Alcorn) Bly that md Flether Davis Bly. Ogeal N. Blythe b. 15 June 1921, d/o Sam Burton Newman & Zura Anne Rippetoe. *See Sam Burton Newman buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Alfred Boatman b. 18 December 1920 ­d. 18 February 1995. Bunola (Maynard) Boatman b. 10 July 1914, TN ­ d. 7 November 1938, d/o William T. " Willie" " Will" Maynard & Maggie Lee Phillips. Bunola (Maynard) Boatman is buried next to her mother, Maggie Lee (Phillips) Maynard, b. 10 April 1890 ­d. 28 October 1917. William T. " Willie"" Will"Maynard, b. March 1887, TN ­d. 1970. He md 2nd Conie Ethel (Kuykendall) Maynard, b. June 1890, TN ­ d. 1 February 1986. Will & Conie Ethel (Kuykendall) Maynard are both buried in the Crest Lawn Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. William Thomas " Will"Maynard, s/o Jim & Nancy Maynard. *See Maggie (Phillips) Maynard Obt. *See William T. " Willie"" Will"Maynard buried in Crest Lawn Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Bunola Maynard Boatman b. -----, TN d. 7 Nov 1938 Age: 24y 3m 27d Father: Will Maynard, TN Mother: Maggie Phillips, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #24895, Putnam Co., TN (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville & Smithville Rds., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 60 ­ William T. Maynard is head of household, 22 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Mason Brickwork md to Maggie, 20 yrs. old, TN. Children: Willie E. Maynard, son, 1+ yrs.old, TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Scott Ave., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 245 ­ Willie Maynard is head of household, 32 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Brickmason House md to Connie, 29 yrs. old, TN. Children: Charlie, 10 yrs. old; Fannie, 9 yrs. old; Roy, 7 yrs. old; Bunola, 5 yrs. old & Mary Maynard, 3 9/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Charles Burt Boatman Obt. b. 18 October 1931, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 18 January 2010, Cookeville, TN, md on the 27th of February 1960, Putnam Co., TN to Minnie Rose Moss Boatman, b. 28 November 1928. Charles Burt Boatman, s/o Curtiss Boatman & Nola Swallows.

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 355: Charles Burt Boatman married 27 February 1960, Putnam Co., TN, age 28, b. 18 November 1931, address; Rt. 6, Cookeville, TN to Minnie Rose Moss, age 30, b. 28 November 1929, address: 481 West End St., Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Mattie Stafford, mother, Double Springs, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Charles Burt Boatman, 78, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 21, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 20, and from 7 a.m. until time of services on Thursday at the funeral home. Mr. Boatman died Monday, Jan. 18, 2010, at his residence. He was born Oct. 18, 1931, in Putnam County to the late Curtiss and Nola Swallows Boatman. Mr. Boatman was retired from Dacco and was a member of the Baptist faith. His family includes his wife, Minnie Boatman of Cookeville; a son, David Boatman of Monterey; two daughters, Beverly Whitson of Silver Point and Vicki Boatman of Monterey; a sister, Juanita Winningham of Crossville; eight grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a great-granddaughter. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Bro. Eugene McCowan will officiate at the services. Tuesday, Jan 19, 2010: Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN Elbert Boatman b. 1890, TN ­ d. 30 March 1925, md on the 15th of October 1911, Putnam Co., TN to Lettie W. (Hyder) Boatman, b. 16 June 1889, TN ­d. 15 June 1972, d/o Calvin & Margaret L. Hyder. Elbert Boatman, s/o Terry Boatman & Minnie Roberts. *See Albert E. Hyder buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Elbert Boatman b. -----, TN d. 30 Mar 1928 Father: Terry Boatman, TN Mother: Minnie Roberts, TN ----- Putnam Co., TN DC#6869, Putnam Co., TN (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 68, #269: Mr. Elbert Boatman married 15 October 1911, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Lettie Hyder. By whom married: S. Bohanan, Justice of the Peace). (1900 census 3rd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 4 ­Calvin Hyder is the head of household, 47 yrs. old, b. April 1853, TN md 25 yrs. to Margaret L., 43 yrs. old. b. October 1856, TN, 8 children born, 6 children living. Children: Albert E., 16 yrs. old. b. July 1883; Charley M., 13 yrs. old. b. January 1887; Letta W., 10 yrs. old. b. June 1889 & Daisey L. Hyder, 6 yrs. old. b. September 1893. All born in TN). (1900 census 15th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 138 ­Office Robards is head of household, 21 yrs. old, b. November 1878, TN md 1 yr. to Fanny, 21 yrs. old, b. June 1878, TN, 1 child born, 1 child living. Child: Bird Robards, 6/12 yrs. old, b. November 1899, TN. Also living in the household: Elbert Boatman, nephew, 7 yrs. old. b. March 1893, TN). (1920 census 2nd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 239 ­Elbert Boatman is head of household, 32 yrs. old, TN md to Lettie, 30 yrs. old, TN. Children: Dee, 6 yrs. old, TN & Estie (sp) Boatman, 3+ yrs. old, TN). Fey? Boatman b. 1892 ­d. 1981. Kelly Boatman

b. 10 July 1892 ­d. 2 January 1976, md Annie Edith Smith Sliger Boatman, b. 30 November 1885 ­d. 26 August 1981. *See Willie T. (Boatman) Vinson Obt. *See Minnie (Boatman) Norris Obt. Thomas Hershel Boatman b. 3 November 1894, TN ­d. 10 September 1952, md on the 5th of March 1922, Putnam Co., TN to Fannie Ann (Bagwell) Boatman, b. 22 June 1906 ­ d. 29 November 1979. Thomas H. Boatman was the son of Rollie & Sarah J. Boatman. (1900 census 19th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 209 ­Rollie Boatman is head of household, 33 yrs. old, b. February 1867 md 9 yrs. to Sarah J., 31 yrs. old, b. November 1868, TN, 6 children born, 6 children living. Children: Marshall, 8 yrs. old, b. April 1892; Thomas, 5 yrs. old, b. November 1894; John H., 3 yrs. old, b. October 1896; Pansey N., 1 yr. old, b. July 1898 & Talmage Boatman, 6/12 yrs. old, b. November 1899. All born in TN). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 88, #2614: T. H. Boatman married 5 March 1922, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Fannie Bagwell). Sgt. Vestal Boatman b. 16 December 1923 ­d. 2 August 1978 (Pfc U S Army WWII). Vestal Boatman was retired from the United States Army having served in WWII especially D-Day where he lost his right hand during the battle. He also served under the Command of General George S. Patton. Returning home to Tennessee, he was given a civil service position with the Tennessee State Government. He served as Communication Officer with the rank of Sgt for the Tennessee Highway Patrol, Cookeville District Office from 1953 until a fatal stroke 1978. He was a very colorful person who ran a tight ship. His dispatch was well known throughout middle Tennessee. He was very well respected by all. K-I-G 948 Alonzo Bockman b. 1869 ­ d. 1958, md on the 19th of January 1890, Smith Co., TN to Molly (Ditty) Bockman, b. 1871, Smith Co., TN ­ d. 11 January 1943, d/o Haywood Ditty & Margaret J. Apple. Alonzo Bockman, s/o Joseph & Eliza Bockman. *See Samuel " Sam"Apple Ditty, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Smith Co., TN, pg. #1348: A. L. Bockman married 19 January 1890, Smith Co., TN to Mollie Ditty). (1870 census, 12th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 19 ­Joseph Bockman is head of household, 33 yrs. old, TN md to Eliza, 28 yrs. old, TN. Children: Henry, 11 yrs. old; Wesley, 9 yrs. old; Sydney, 8 yrs. old; James, 5 yrs. old; Mariah, 4 yrs. old & Alonzo Bockman, 2 yrs.old. All born in TN). Census Place: 1880 District 8, Smith Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255280 National Archives Film T9-1280 Page 97C Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Haywood DITTY Self M M W 50 TN Occ: Farmer Fa: VA Mo: VA Margret J. DITTY Wife F M W 40 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN Franklin DITTY Son M S W 23 TN Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN John DITTY Son M S W 21 TN Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN Robert DITTY Son M S W 19 TN

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Charles Holman Bockman b. 25 November 1909, TN ­d. 30 March 1963, s/o Leon D. Bockman & Nancy Jane Holman. *See Leon D. Bockman Obt. Dewey E. Bockman b. 10 July 1898 ­d. 10 July 1963. Dora (Masters) Allen Bockman Obt. b. 1879, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 31 October 1947, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 18th of October 1896, Putnam Co., TN to Robert Roenza " Roe"Bockman, b. August 1883, TN ­d. 1962, s/o Esq. William Trousdale Bockman (1849-1918) & Mary Jane Lindsey (1849-1922). Dora (Masters) Allen Bockman, d/o Simon Masters & Mary Jane McGee. *See Robert Roenza " Roe"Bockman buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Funeral Servcies for Mrs. Dora Masters Bockman, 68, wife of R. R. Bockman, were conducted Saturday at the Whitson Funeral Home by Dr. George Burroughs, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church. He was assisted by the Rev. Scott Johnson, the Rev. Dow Ensor, and the Rev. G. C. McIlwain. Burial was in the City Cemetery. Mrs. Bockman died Friday at her home, 708 Dixie Avenue, after an illness of many months. She was a native of Jackson County, but had spent most of her life in and near Cookeville. She was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Besides her husband, survivors include two sons, Hobert Allen, Long Beach, CA, and Hershel Allen, Coalinga, CA; a daughter, Mrs. Gladys Mathis of Nashville; four step-children, Mrs. Blanche Maxwell, Los Angles, CA, Mrs. Lena Rose Livesay, Cookeville, Miss Lucile Bockman, Chicago, IL, and Bernice Bockman, Nashville. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 6 November 1947. Eugene Bockman b. 1 October 1902, TN ­ d. 20 May 1961, (CPO USN 1924-1947), s/o Leon D. Bockman & Nancy Jane Holman. *See Leon D. Bockman Obt. Henry L. Bockman

b. 1 May 1895, TN ­ d. 7 February 1977, md on the 26th of September 1915, Smith Co., TN to Hallie (Stanton) Bockman, b. 7 October 1893, TN ­d. 7 July 1956. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Smith Co., TN, pg. 223: Henry Bockman married 26 September 1915, Smith Co., TN to Hallie Stanton). (1920 census 12th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 59 ­Robert A. Bockman is head of household, 48 yrs.,TN md to Fannie, 48 yrs. old, TN. Children: Robert A., 12 yrs. old, TN & Ova Bockman, 8 yrs. old, TN). (1920 census 12th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 60 ­Henry L. Bockman is head of household, 24 yrs. old, TN md to Hallie J., 26 yrs. old, TN. Children: Lillian F. Bockman, 3 8/12 yrs. old, TN). Infant Bockman b. 1895 ­d. 1895, infant of Sidney Bockman & Mollie Tubbs. *See Sidney Bockman buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Leon D. Bockman Obt. b. 15 December 1871, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 20 January 1944 md 1st Nancy Jane (Holman) Bockman, b. 22 January 1877, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 28 December 1911. Leon D. Bockman md 2nd on the 29th of June 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Martha (Rice) Bockman, b. 17 October 1881 ­ d. 2 July 1955, Sparta, TN. Leon D. Bockman, s/o Esq. William Trousdale Bockman (1849-1918) & Mary Jane Lindsey (18491922), both buried in the Double Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Leon, Nancy Jane & Martha Bockman all buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Martha (Rice) Bockman Obt. *See Charles Holman Bockman & Eugene Bockman buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Dora (Masters) Allen Bockman Obt. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the First Presbyterian church in Sparta for Leon D. Bockman, 72, who died at his home in Sparta Thursday after a short illness. Rev. L. T. Lawrence, pastor of the First Presbyterian church of Osceola, AR, and former pastor of First Presbyterian church of Cookeville, officiated. Burial was in the family plot in the Cookeville cemetery. Mr. Cockman was twice married first to Miss Nancy Jane Holman whose death occurred about 33 years ago. Afterwards he married Miss Martha Rice, of this county, who survives. He is also survived by four sons and three daughters, Eugen Bockman of the U. S. Navy, James Bockman and Charles Bockman, of Los Angeles, CA, Bailey Bockman of Sparta; Mrs. Myrtle Eastland of Livingston; Mrs. Miriam Trousdale of Los Angeles, CA; and Mrs. Ruth Roberts, of Sparta, also two brothers, Bertie Bockman and Roe Bockman, of Cookeville, and one sister, Mrs. Oliver Sherrill of Detroit, MI. Mr. Bockman was a son of the late Esq. William T. Bockman and Mrs. Sarah Jane Lindsey Bockman. He was born and reared in the Seventh District of this county, moving to Cookeville in early life. He was for many years connected with the Cookeville Marble and Granite Works, and after the death of the late C. E. Wilson, with whom her had been associated in the monument business, he located in Sparta, and with his son, Bailey Bockman, established Sparta Monumental Works, to which business he devoted his time until his fatal illness. During all the years of his residence in Cookeville, he was an active member of the First Presbyterian church, serving as deacon and elder. During the period of his residence in Sparta, he was an elder in the First Presbyterian church of Sparta. He often represented his congregation in Presbytery, and had represented this Presbytery in the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Chruch, U.S.A. Mr. Bockman was a veteran Odd Fellow and was a charter member of the Sparta Rotary Club. He was a great-grandson of Col. Richard F. Cooke, prominent pioneer citizen of this county, in whose honor Cookeville was named.

Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 27 January 1944. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 167, #662: Leon D. Bockman married 29 June 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Martha E. Rice. By whom married: W. B. Gentry). (Leon D. Bockman, f/o Eugene, James Charles of Los Angeles, Bailey of Sparta, TN ­ Mrs. Myrtle Eastland of Livingston, TN, Mrs. Miriam Trousdale of Los Angeles & Mrs. Ruth Roberts of Sparta, TN. Leon D. Bockman' brothers are Bertie and Robert Roenza " s Roe" Bockman. His sister is Mrs. Oliver Sherrill of Cookeville, TN. He was an Odd Fellow & Presbyterian. He was the great-grandson of Col. Richard F. Cooke, pioneer citizen, the city of Cookeville was named for him). Leon D. Bockman b. 15 Dec 1871, Putnam Co., TN d. 20 Jan 1944 Father: William T. Bockman, Putnam Co., TN Mother: Mary Linzy, Putnam Co., TN Spouse: Martha E. Rice Buried: City Cemetery DC #2177, White Co., TN Nancy Bockman Putnam Co TN b. -----, Putnam Co., TN d. 28 Dec 1911 Age: no age --------- Putnam DC #69678, Putnam Co., TN Census Place: 1880 District 7, Putnam Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 148C Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Will BOCKMANSelf M M W 31 TN Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN Mary BOCKMANWife F M W 31 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN Leon BOCKMANSon M S W 8 TN Occ: At Home Fa: TN Mo: TN Bertie BOCKMANSon M S W 2 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN (1900 census 7th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: 77 ­Leon D. Bockman is head of household, 28 yrs. old, b. December 1871, TN md 0 yrs. to Nancy J., 23 yrs. old, b. January 1877, TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 315 ­ Leon D. Bockman is head of household, 38 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Foreman Factory, md 10 yrs. to Nancy J., 33 yrs. old, TN, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Sallie M., 9 yrs. old; Eugene, 7 yrs. old; James W., 5 yrs. old; Bailie, 3 yrs. old & Charlie Bockman, 5/12 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household, Oliver Sherrell, boarder, 18 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Edger Factory). Martha (Rice) Bockman Obt. b. 17 October 1881 ­d. 2 July 1955, md on the 29th of June 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Leon D. Bockman, b. 15 December 1871, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 20 January 1944, Esq. William Trousdale Bockman (18491918) & Mary Jane Lindsey (1849-1922). *See Leon D. Bockman buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

Mrs. Martha Rice Bockman Rites: Mrs. Martha Rice Bockman, 73, wife of the late L. D. Bockman, died Saturday, July 2 in the Sparta Convalescent Hospital after an extended illness. Funeral services were held on Tuesday, July 5, at 9:00 a.m. from the First Baptist Church in Sparta, with Rev. Hoyt Huddleston and Rev. Clifford Hale officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery with Thurman Funeral Home in charge. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Marion Trousdale, Los Angeles, CA; Mrs. Clark Roberts, Los Angeles, CA; Mrs. Ray Eastland, Livingston; four sons, Bailey Bockman, Sparta; Charles Bockman, Mt. Vernon, IN; Eugene Bockman, Richmond, CA; James Bockman, Pasadena, CA; three brothers, Oliver Rice, Vetrice Rice, Odis Rice, Cookeville; four sisters, Amy Rice, Mrs. Forester Daniels, Cookeville; Mrs. Sam Jones, Sparta; and Mrs. Hamp Howard, Sparta. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 11 July 1955. Robert Bernice Bockman b. 1914 ­d. 1962, s/o Robert Roenza " Roe"Bockman & Mattie Pennington. *See Dora (Masters) Allen Bockman Obt. *See Robert Roenza " Roe"Bockman buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Robert Roenza " Roe"Bockman b. 2 August 1883, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 1962 md 1st on the 22 February 1911, Putnam Co., TN to Mattie (Pennington) Bockman, b. 1894, TN ­d. 1923 ­md 2nd on the 18th of October 1896, Putnam Co., TN to Dora Allen (Masters) Bockman, b. 1879, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 31 October 1947, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Simon Masters & Mary Jane McGee. Robert " Roe" Bockman md 3rd to Ada Dale (Younger) Bockman. Presbyterian; sons, Robert Allen, Hershell Allen, daughter, Mrs. Gladys Mathis, 4 stepchildren: Eva Blanche Bockman md James Taylor "Jay" Maxwell, Mrs. Lena Rose Livesay, Miss Lucille Bockman, and Bernice Bockman. Robert Roenza " Roe"Bockman, s/o Esq. William Trousdale Bockman (1849-1918) & Mary Jane Lindsey (1849-1922), both buried in the Double Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Dora (Masters) Bockman Obt. *See Robert Bernice Bockman buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Leon D. Bockman buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Bockman Boys establish memorial for a man they loved Robert Roe Bockman, Herald-Citizen, Cookeville TN, Sunday, 26 December 2004. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 31, #121: Robert R. Bockman married 22 February 1911, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Mattie Pennington). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 504, #4718: Robert R. Bockman married 11 November 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Dora Allen. (Source: Cookeville City Cemetery Walk presented by The Cookeville Museum, Sept. 2012): Robert Roenza Bockman was born in Putnam County, Tennessee on August 2, 1883. He was one of seven children born to Will T. and Mary J. Bockman. Most of his early life was spent in Double Springs, Tennessee. In 1911 he married Mattie Pennington and they made a home together in Double Springs where " Roe," as he was called, was farming. Eventually he moved to Cookeville and continued farming on land that was near Pilot Knob, close to where Sam' Club is today. s His wife Mattie passed away and in 1928 he married Dora Allen and together they raised his four children. Dora also passed away and he then married Ada Dale Younger in 1948. When Roe' health prevented him from continuing his s

farming, he and Ada moved to a house on North Dixie Avenue. All but one daughter, Lucille, had moved from home and he and Ada found themselves with five extra rooms. In the late 1940' when so many s, WWII veterans were taking advantage of the G.I. Bill many colleges and universities were not adequately prepared to house the large influx of students. From that time until he passed away in 1962, the Bocmans were surrogate parents to over 100 young men attending school at Tennessee Tech University. Rules were strict in the Bockman house but the " Bockman Boys" appreciated and respected their landlords. Roe Bockman loved his " boys" and considered all of them sons and many of them stayed in touch with the Bockmans years after their graduation from TTU. Some of the " Bockman Boys" established a housing scholarship at Tech in memory of Mr. Roe. Research: Museum Staff ­ Script: Museum Staff and Actor: Nathan Kapoor as Doug Norman. Doug Norman was one of the earliest " Bockman Boys" . (1900 census 7th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 142 ­Will Bockman is head of household, 51 yrs. old, .b March 1849, TN, Occupation: Foreman Sawmill, md 30 yrs. to Mary J., 51 yrs. old, b. February 1849, TN, 9 children born, 6 children living. Children: Bertie O., 22 yrs. old, b. December 1877; Robert R., 16 yrs. old, b. August 1883; Watson E., 15 yrs. old, b. April 1885; Hattie R., 11 yrs. old, b. August 1888 & Rosa B. Bockman, 9 yrs. old, b. September 1890. All born in TN). (1920 census 7th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 23-24 ­Robert R. Bockman is head of household, 36 yrs. old, TN md to Mattie, 25 yrs. old, TN. Children: Eva B., 7 yrs. old; Bennie, 5 yrs. old & Lona R. Bockman, 3+ yrs. old. All born in TN). Sidney Bockman b. 4 June 1863 ­d. 2 November 1955, md Mollie (Tubbs) Bockman, b. 7 May 1872 ­d. 11 January 1943, d/o Rufe Tubbs & Eliza Draper. *See Robert Solon McDonald Mollie Hughes Bockman b. 7 May 1872, Smith Co., TN d. 11 Jan 1943 Father: Rufe Tubbs, Smith Co., TN Mother: Eliza Draper, Smith Co., TN Spouse: Sid Bockman Putnam Co., TN DC#3319, Putnam Co., TN (1910 census 12th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 48 ­Sidney Bockman is head of household, 47 yrs. old, TN md 19 yrs. to Molly, 38 yrs. old., TN, 2 children born, 1 child living. Child: Floy Bockman, dau., 16 yrs. old. TN). Verres Edgar Bockman Obt. b. 7 March 1873, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 6 April 1934, md on the 2nd of June 1901, Putnam Co., TN to Alice Gertrude (Carlen) Bockman, b. 27 December 1881, TN ­ d. 8 November 1936, d/o James Anthony Carlen & Minerva Huddleston. Verres Edgar Bockman, s/o Joseph & Eliza Bockman. *See James Anthony Carlen Obt. *See Virginia Addeville "Addie" (Carlen) Collier Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 91: V. E. Bockman married 2nd of June 1901, Putnam Co., TN to Alice Carlen. By whom married: W. H. Carr). Funeral services for Verres Edgar Bockman, 61, member of the Cookeville Bar for the past 35 years, were conducted at the Methodist Church Saturday by the pastor, the Rev. Dean Stroud. Burial took place in the City Cemetery. Mr. Bockman died at this home here Friday after an illness of several years during most of which time he received treatments in Ohio hospitals. Mr. Bockman returned to Cookeville last year after a long siege of

sickness and treatment in Cleveland, OH, and his health was greatly improved. He resumed his practice but in a few months was overtaken by an aftermath of the disease which brought about his death. He was prominent in legal circles of this section of the state, was a member of the Cookeville Bar Association and was a Mason and an Odd Fellow. Mr. Bockman had been a member of the Cookeville Methodist Church since 1897. Mr. Bockman was born and reared in the lower end of Putnam County, received his education in Putnam County schools and took his law course at Cumberland University in Lebanon. He was married to Miss Alice Carlen in 1901 and since their marriage had made their home here. Besides his widow he is survived by 5 brothers and 1 sister. Herald, Cookeville, TN: 12 April 1934, Thursday, front page. Alice Gertrude Bockman b. -----, TN d. 8 Nov 1936 Age: 55y Father: James Carlen, TN Mother: Minerva Huddleston, TN City Cemetery Putnam DC #27968, Putnam Co., TN Census Place: 1880 District 12, Putnam Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 158D Dwl: 145 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Joseph BOCKMAN Self M M W 44 TN Occ: Farmer Fa: --- Mo: TN Eliza BOCKMAN Wife F M W 38 TN Fa: TN Mo: VA Henry BOCKMAN Son M S W 20 TN Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN Wesley BOCKMAN Son M S W 19 TN Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN Sidney BOCKMAN Son M S W 17 TN Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN James BOCKMAN Son M S W 15 TN Occ: Labors On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN Susan BOCKMAN Dau F S W 13 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Elonzo BOCKMAN Son M S W 11 TN Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN Alvin BOCKMAN Son M S W 9 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Edgar BOCKMAN Son M S W 7 TN Occ: At School Fa: TN Mo: TN Herbert BOCKMAN Son M S W 4 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Nannie RILEY Other F W 22 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 301 ­ Edgar Bockman is head of household, 37 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Lawyer General Practice, (M2) md 9 yrs. to Alice G., 28 yrs. old, TN).

(1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 113-298-357 ­ V. Edgar Bockman is head of household, 46 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Attorney General Practice, md to Alice, 38 yrs. old, TN. Living in the household, Artie Bullock, cousin, 15 yrs. old, TN) Harlan Taylor Bohannon Obt. b. 25 December 1938, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 5 April 2005, Cookeville, TN, md Janice (Jaquess) Bohannon. Harlan Taylor Bohannon, s/o Marlo Bohannon & Atlas England. *See Marlo Bohannon buried in Cookeville City Cemetery COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Harlan Taylor Bohannon, 66, of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, April 7, in the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends today, April 6, from 5-8 p.m. and on Thursday one hour prior to services. Mr. Bohannon died Tuesday, April 5, 2005, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born Dec. 25, 1938, in Putnam County to the late Marlo and Atlas England Bohannon. Mr. Bohannon owned and operated Bohannon Auto Sales, he served six years in the US Air Force and was a member of Cookeville Elks Lodge and Poplar Grove Baptist Church. His family includes his wife, Janice Jaquess Bohannon of Cookeville; a son and daughter-in-law, Chris and Kim Bohannon of Cookeville; a daughter and son-in-law, Lisa Waller and Tony Sorrells of Cookeville; two step-daughters and sons-in-law, Tracy and Mike Cass of Crossville and Leanne and Rich Talley of Mt. Juliet; and eight grandchildren, Beau Waller, Hannah Sorrells, Mason and Parker Bohannon, Zoey and Avery Welch and Logan and Reed Cass. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Gerald Bohannon, and two sisters, Freida Gunn and Faye Rodgers. Pallbearers will be Bob Maggart, John O. Bohannon, Jerry Cass, Ronnie Stamps, Bob Hill and Kenneth Dietz. The Rev. Bobby Sebastian will officiate at the services. Published April 06, 2005 10:18 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN James L. Bohannon b. 4 January 1879, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 7 July 1935, md Nannie (Hunter) Bohannon, b. 14 December 1886, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 21 November 1979, d/o Rush Hunter & Fannie Little. *See Nannie (Hunter) Bohannon Obt. *See Will Simpson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1910 census 4th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 106 ­Lewis Bohannon, 56 yrs. old, TN md 32 yrs to Leah, 59 yrs. old, 8 children born, 8 children living. Children: James L., 31 yrs. old, Occupation: Commercial Notion; Jane, 28 yrs. old; Lewis D., 26 yrs. old; Alcie, 24 yrs. old; Winnie, 23 yrs. old; Fannie, 21 yrs. old; Pearlie, 18 yrs. old & Bertie M. Bohannon, 17 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Dist., Dixie Ave., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 417-203-234 ­James L. Bohannon is head of household, 43 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Traveling Saleman Dry Goods, md to Nannie, 33 yrs. old, TN.

Children: Mildred, 8 yrs. old, TN & Lewis Bohannon, 6 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: James McCormick, 45 yrs. old, TN, wife Mary L. & their 3 children). Johnnie Bohannon b. 11 November 1899 ­d. 20 August 1977, md Myrtle (unknown) Bohannon, b. 4 June 1900 ­d. 8 June 1988. Mable Louise (Hix) Bohannon b. 27 February 1916, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 3 June 2003, Cookeville, TN, md Judge Silas Keith Bohannon, b. 28 May 1900, Cookeville, TN ­ d. 2 August 1981, Nashville, TN, s/o William Hopkins Bohannon & Stella Holsapple. Mable (Hix) Bohannon, d/o Harvey Dillard Hix & Lola Elizabeth Holman. *See William Hopkins Bohannon buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Judge Silas Keith Bohannon Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Mabel Louise Bohanon, 87, of Cookeville will be held Friday, June 6, at 1 p.m. in the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Thursday, June 5, from 6-9 p.m. and on Friday from 11 a.m. until time of services. Mrs. Bohanon died Tuesday, June 3, 2003, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Daughter of the late Harvey Dillard and Lola Elizabeth Holman Hix, she was born in Jackson County on Feb. 27, 1916. Mrs. Bohanon was a member of Cookeville First United Methodist Church, the Chapel Sunday School Class the Cumberland Arts Society. Her family includes two sisters and brothers-in-law, Bonnie and Benson Hunt of Atlanta, Ga., and Nell and Jack Nichols of Birmingham, Ala.; and seven nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Judge Keith Bohanon. Friends and family will serve as pallbearers. Rev. Rebecca Larson will officiate at the services. Published June 04, 2003 1:16 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Marlo Bohannon b. 1904 ­d. 22 November 1985, md Atlas (England) Bohannon, b. 26 April 1909 ­d. 1 January 1998. Harlan Taylor Bohannon Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 496, #4689: Marlowe Bohannon married 30 September 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Atlas England) Nannie Myrtle (Hunter) Bohannon Obt. b. 14 December 1886, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 21 November 1979, md to James L. Bohannon, b. 4 January 1879, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 7 July 1935. Nannie (Hunter) Bohannon, d/o Rush Hunter & Fannie Little. *See James L. Bohannon *See Minnie (Hunter) Johnson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Nannie Myrtle Bohannon, 92, will be conducted from the Chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home Saturday, Nov. 24, at 2 p.m.with the Rev. Roy J. West and the Rev. Robert Case officiating. Mrs. Bohannon, who resided at 228 N. Dixie Ave., died November 21 in the local hospital following an extended illness. She was a native of Putnam County, the widow of James L. Bohannon and the daughter of the late Rush and Fannie Little Hunter. Survivors include a son, Lewis Hunter Bohannon, Crossville; a daughter, Mrs. Jack Staley, Washington D. C.; six grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Herman Carlen, Mrs. J. T. Johnson, Mrs. Oliver Rice, Mrs. Powell Jewell, and Mrs. Arthur Hair, all of Cookeville; a brother, Arnold Hunter, Cookeville. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 23 November 1979. (1900 census 3rd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 147 - Rush Hunter is head of household, 46 yrs. old, b. March 1854, TN (father b. in KY, mother, TN) md 24 yrs. to Leevena, 37 yrs. old, b. October 1862, TN, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Nannie M., 13 yrs. old, b. December 1886; Bricie, 6 yrs. old, b. February 1894; Lou D., 2 yrs. old, b. December 1897; Minnie, 8/12 yrs. old, b. August 1899 & Mamie Hunter, 8/12 yrs. old, b. August 1899. All born in TN). Judge Silas Keith Bohannon Obt. b. 28 May 1900, Cookeville, TN ­ d. 2 August 1981, Nashville, TN, md Mable Louise (Hix) Bohannon, b. 27 February 1916, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 3 June 2003, Cookeville, TN, d/o Harvey Dillard Hix & Lola Elizabeth Holman. Judge Silas Keith Bohannon, s/o William Hopkins Bohannon & Stella Holsapple. *See William Hopkins " Hop"Bohannon Obt. *See Stella (Holsapple) Bohannon Obt. *See Mable Louise (Hix) Bohannon Obt. Keith Bohannon, who retired as Cookeville City Judge June 30 of this year, died yesterday, August 2, in a Nashville hospital. Judge Bohannon, 81, spent 16 years as Cookeville City Judge. He took office on July 1, 1965. Upon his recent retirement, he was honored by Cookeville City officials wih a plaque and a special commendation for outstanding service from the Cookeville City Council. Prior to becoming city judge, Judge Bohannon served as an assistant US District Attorney. He was a native of Cookeville, the son of the late William Hopkins and Stella Holsapple Bohannon. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mable Hix Bohannon, and a sister, Mrs. J. Howard Marshall of Houston, Texas. Funeral services for Judge Bohannon will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday August 5, in the First United Methodist Church. Rev. Roy J. West and Rev. Maurice Moore will officiate, with burial following in Cookeville City Cemetery.

The family will receive friends at Huddleston Funeral Home after 4 p.m. Tuesday. Members of the Putnam County Bar Association, the Cookeville Police Dept.., and members of the Cookeville City Council and members of the Backsliders Class of First United Methodist Church will serve as honorary pallbearers. Active pallbearers will be James Raines, David Hunt, Enloe Speck, Odell Huddleston, W. A. Kirby and Keith Nichols. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 3 August 1981. Stella (Holsapple) Bohannon Obt. b. 29 March 1876 ­ d. 12 July 1949, Putnam Co., TN, md William Hopkins " Hop" Bohannon, b. 15 September 1871 ­d. 28 August 1948, Putnam Co., TN. Funeral services for Mrs. Stella Bohannon were held Wednesday afternoon at the U.S.A. Prebyterian Church with the Rev. Charles Sharp officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville cemetery. Mrs. Bohannon died in her home on South Washington Avenue, Tuesday, July 12. Mrs. Bohannon is survived by one son, Keith of Cookeville; two daughters, Mrs. Gladys Hensley of Cookeville and Miss Betty Bohannon of New York, City; four sisters, Mrs. Sam Brown, Mrs. Combs Burgess, Mrs. Hattie Brown all of Sparta and Mrs. Emma Farris of California. Mrs. Bohannon is the widow of the late " Hop"Bohannon. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 14 July 1949. William Hopkins " Hop"Bohannon Obt. b. 15 September 1871 ­ d. 28 August 1948, Putnam Co., TN, md Stella (Holsapple) Bohannon, b. 29 March 1876 ­d. 12 July 1949, Putnam Co., TN. *See Judge Silas Keith Bohannon Obt. *See Stella (Holsapple) Bohannon Obt. *See Willis D. Hensley Obt. Funeral services for William Hopkins " Uncle Hop"Bohannon, 76, well-known resident of Cookeville for the past 40 years who died unexpectedly in his sleep Saturday morning, were conducted Sunday afternoon on the lawn of the family home on South Washinton Avenue. Long a resident of the Third District, Mr. Bohannon moved to Cookeville and ran a grocery on the North side of the square for several years. He had been retired several years and spent the most of his time around the court house. Mr. Bohannon was found dead in his bed Saturday morning about 5 o' clock. He was ill for several days some few weeks ago, but had been able to be in town the day before his death. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Stella Holsapple Bohannon; one son Keith Bohannon, a Cookeville lawyer and assistant U. S. attorney for Middle Tennessee; two daughters, Mrs. Gladys Hensley, Cookeville, and Miss Bessie Bohannon, Washington D. C.; one brother, John Bohannon, of Old Hickory. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 2 September 1948 (1900 census 3rd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 20 ­Hop Bohannon is head of household, 28 yrs. old. b. September 1871, TN md 3 yrs. to Stella, 24 yrs.old, b. May 1876, TN, 2 children born, 2 children living. Children: Gladdys, 1 yr. old, b. November 1898, TN & Bryan Bohannon, 3/12 yr. old, b. February 1900, TN).

(1910 census 3rd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 20 ­William H. Bohannon is head of household, 38 yrs. old., TN md 13 yrs. to Stella G., 33 yrs. old, TN, 3 children born, 3 children living. Children: Mary G., 12 yrs. old; Silas K., 9 yrs. old & Bessie Bohannon, 7 yrs. old. All born in TN). Jason Eugene Boles Obt. b. 19 April 1979, Cookeville, TN ­ d. 8 August 2000, TN, s/o William Eugene " Gene" Boles & Ruth Tinch. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Jason Eugene Boles, 21, of Cookeville, will be held at 1 p.m. on Thurs., Aug. 10, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Jason died suddenly on Tues., Aug. 8, 2000, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was born on April 19, 1979, in Cookeville to Ruth Tinch Boles of Cookeville and the late William Eugene " Gene" Boles. Jason was a lumber inspector with Hermitage Hardwoods and a graduate of the National Hardwood Lumber Association in Memphis. In addition to his mother, his family includes three brothers and two sisters-in-law, Parker and Debra Boles, and Joey Gentry, all of Cookeville, and Randy and Leah Boles of Murfreesboro; three sisters and two brothers-in-law, Sherry Gabelman, Lisa and Jay Grissom, and Jennifer and David Wilson, all of Cookeville; a special friend, Brooke Green of Cookeville; six nephews; and three nieces. Pallbearers will be Jay Grissom, Joey Gentry, David Wilson, Brent Hamby, and Parker and Randy Boles. Honorary pallbearers will be Charles Doss, Eric Langenback, Ryan Morphew, Matt McClain, Jacob Moss, Joseph Roberts and Johnny Stafford. Revs. Frank Davis and Freddie Harding will officiate at the services. Published August 09, 2000 11:56 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Terry Leon Boles Obt. b. 9 May 1947, Anderson, IN ­d. 14 May 2006, Cookeville, TN, md Carol (unknown) Boles. Terry Leon Boles, s/o William Leon Boles & Gladys Bevins. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Terry Leon Boles, 59, of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 17, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery with full military honors. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. Tuesday, May 16, at the funeral home. Mr. Boles died Sunday, May 14, 2006, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born May 9, 1947, in Anderson, Ind., to Gladys Bevins Boles of Cookeville and the late William Leon Boles. Mr. Boles was a mechanic for GM Corporation. In addition to his mother, his family includes his wife, Carol Boles of Cookeville; two daughters and a sonin-law, Betsy Anne Boles of Nashville and Tracey Elaine and Chris Roberts of Cookeville; a brother-in-law and his wife, Jim and Theresa Stanley of Lapell, Ind.; two sisters-in-law and their spouses, Janet and Dallas

Shoultz of Cookeville and Nancy and Steve Lay of Pendleton, Ind.; two sisters, June Pippin and Patricia Barbee, both of Cookeville; and a niece, Ashley Pippin of Cookeville. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Bro. Tom Lyles will officiate the services. Published May 15, 2006 12:14 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Edith L. Bongartz b. 3 November 1906 ­d. 10 September 1989. *See Herman Henry Bongartz Obt. Herman Henry Bongartz Obt. b. 28 June 1874, IL ­d. 22 February 1980, TN, s/o Herman Bernard Bongartz & Catherine Jensen. *See Edith Bongartz buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Luen B. Bongartz Obt. COOKEVILLE ­Herman Henry Bongartz, age 105, died Friday in Cookeville General Hospital. He had been a patient at Master Rest Home for a number of years. He was a native of Illinois, the son of the late Herman Bernard and Catherine Jensen Bongartz. Services will be conducted from the Chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home Monday, February 25, 1980, at 10 a.m. by Father Gerald Sirois with burial in Cookeville City Cemetery. Survivors include a daughter-in-law, Mrs. Edith Bongartz, Cookeville, 3 grandchildren, 8 great grandchildren, 7 great great grandchildren, 1 sister, Mrs. Frances Engdahl, Paxton, Illinois, and a number of nieces and nephews. Hooper & Huddleston in charge of arrangements. The body will lie in state at the funeral home after 2:00 p.m. Sunday. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 24 February 1980. (1880 census, Patton Township., Ford Co., IL: Dwl: 66 ­Herman B. Bongartz is head of household, 40 yrs. old, Prussia, md to Cathanna, 31 yrs. old, Prussia. Children: William, 13 yrs. old, IL; Emilia, 12 yrs. old, IL; Henrietta, 10 yrs. old, IL; Herman, 6 yrs. old, IL; Walter, 5 yrs. old, IL & Joseph Bongartz, 1 yr., old, IL. Also living in the household: Clavissa (sp) Bongartz, mother, 73 yrs. old, Prussia, (parents both born in Prussia) (1900 census, Patton Township., Ford Co., IL: Dwl: 141 ­Katherine Bongartz is head of household, 51 yrs. old, Germany, widow. Children: Herman H., 25 yrs. old, b. June 1874, IL; Jos. A., 21 yrs.old, b. March 1879, IL; Henry J., 19 yrs. old, b. Febraury 1881, IL; George, 15 yrs.old, b. September 1885, IL; Charlie F., 8 yrs.old, b. July 1891, IL; Henrietta, 30 yrs. old, b. December 1869, IL; Louise M., 16 yrs. old, b. July 1883, IL & Francis Bongartz, 5 yrs. old, b. August 1894, IL). (1910 census, Patton Township., Ford Co., IL: Dwl: 162 ­Catherine Bongartz is head of household, 61 yrs. old, Germany, widow, (parents both born in Germany). Children: George., 21 yrs. old, IL; Willie, dau., 40 yrs. old, IL; Charlie, 18 yrs. old, IL; Francis, 15 yrs. old, IL; William, 43 yrs. old, IL & Joseph Bongartz, 32 yrs.old, IL).

(1910 census, Button Township., Ford Co., IL: Dwl: 71 ­Herman Bongartz is head of household, 34 yrs. old, md 2 yrs. to Amelia, 35 yrs. old, IL, (M2), 0 children born. Living in the household: Luen B.Bongartz, adopted son, 7 yrs. old, IL; Elmer Bongartz, boarder, 15 yrs. old, IL & Wylie Chadwell, hiredman, 34 yrs.old, KY) (1920 census, Ludlow Township., Champaign Co., IL: Dwl: 286 ­ Herman H. Bongartz is head of household, 45 yrs. old, IL md to Amelia, 46 yrs.old, IL. Child: Luen Bongartz, son, 16 yrs. old, IL) Luen B. Bongartz Obt. b. 10 February 1903, IL ­ d. 3 May 1978, (adopted) s/o Herman H. Bongartz. Luen B. Bongartz md Edith L. (unknown) Bongartz, b. 3 November 1906 ­d. 10 September 1989. *See Herman Henry Bongartz Obt. (1910 census, Button Township., Ford Co., IL: Dwl: 71 ­Herman Bongartz is head of household, 34 yrs. old, md 2 yrs. to Amelia, 35 yrs. old, IL, (M2), 0 children born. Living in the household: Luen B. Bongartz, adopted son, 7 yrs. old, IL; Elmer Bongartz, boarder, 15 yrs. old, IL & Wylie Chadwell, hiredman, 34 yrs.old, KY) Prayers for Mr. Luen B. Bongartz, 75, were said by Father Gerald of St. Thomas Aquinas Church from the Chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home Monday, March 6 at 8 p.m.. Mr. Bongartz was a native of Illinois and a retired clerical worker. Mr. Bongartz was dead on arrival at the local hospital March 3. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Edith Townsend Bongartz, one son, Bernard (Pat) Bongartz, Chicago, Illinois; two daughters, Mrs. Edith Marie McPheeters, Seattle, Washington; Mrs. Beverley Anne Rybarczyk, Chicago, Illinois; his parents, Mrs. Eva Fleetwood, Elwood, Indiana; 8 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Active pallbearers were: John Moran, Cleon Maxon, Clarence Melton, Reginald Mazeres, Charlie Netherton, Kermit Breen. Wanda Jean (Long) Bookheimer Obt. b. 13 September 1937, Monterey, TN ­d. 17 September 2002, Sparta, TN, d/o Rev. William Leslie Long & Cora Edna Madwell. SPARTA -- Funeral services for Wanda Jean Bookheimer, 65, of Sparta will be held Friday, Sept. 20, at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Bookheimer died Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2002, at her home. Daughter of the late Rev. William Leslie and Cora Edna Madewell Long, she was born in Monterey on Sept. 13, 1937. Mrs. Bookheimer was a certified nurse' assistant. s Her family includes three sons and two daughters-in-law, Donald R. and Kristine Poteet of Sparta, Ricky E. Bell of Phoenix, Ariz., and Charles A. and Juanita Bell of Cookeville; two daughters, Denise Poteet Smith and Candace L. Dodson, both of Sparta; one sister, Sheila K. Rice of Cookeville; three brothers, Charles L. Long and Leslie Dewayne Long, both of Prescott, Ariz., and Larry E. Long of Florida; 10 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and a host of nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a sister, Wilma Joyce Swiney, and a granddaughter, Angela K. Perkins. Jim Farmer and Bro. Cleve Hitchcock will officiate at the services. Published September 18, 2002 11:19 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Charles Fred Borden b. 6 September 1899, TN ­d. 10 August 1918, s/o Melvin H. Borden & Cora Belle Watson. *See Melvin H. Borden buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Fred Borden b. -----, TN d. 10 Aug 1918 (Age: abt. 20 yrs.) Father: Melvin Borden, TN Mother: Bell Watson, TN Cookeville Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #559, Putnam Co., TN (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 159- Melvin H. Borden is head of household, 39 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Merchant Jewelry, md 15 yrs. to Belle, 32 yrs. old, TN, 7 children born, 6 children living. Children: Zella L, 14 yrs. old; Fred C., 11 yrs. old; Grace M., 7 yrs. odl; Ralph R., 4 yrs. old; Willie, 2 yrs. old & Walter Borden, 9/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). D. E. Borden b. 21 December 1897 ­d. 3 March 1899, s/o Melvin H. Borden & Cora Belle Watson. *See Melvin H. Borden buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Elise Ermine (Eldridge) Borden Obt. b. 21 April 1913, Overton Co., TN ­d. 28 July 2003, Standing Stone, TN, md Walter Borden, s/o Melvin H. Borden & Cora Belle Watson. Elise Ermine (Eldridge) Borden, d/o James B. Eldridge & Bertha Martin. *See Melvin H. Boren buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Elise Ermine Borden, 90, of Putnam County will be held Tues., July 29, at 3 p.m. at Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends at Dyer Funeral Home on Tuesday from 1 p.m. until time of services. Mrs. Borden died today, Mon., July 28, 2003, at Standing Stone Health Care. Born in Overton County on April 21, 1913, she was the daughter of the late James B. and Bertha Martin Eldridge. Mrs. Borden was a homemaker. Her family includes a son and daughter-in-law, Jimmy and Joyce Borden of Cookeville; two daughters and sons-in-law, Linda and Roy Bridgewater of Brownsville and Gail and Jeff Hunter of Knoxville; and a brother, Harris Eldridge of Algood. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Walter Borden; two sisters, Gladys Windrow and Delcie Hammock; and a brother, Herbert Eldridge.

Pallbearers will be family and friends. Bro. Glen McDoniel will officiate at the services. Published July 28, 2003 1:05 PM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Melvin H. Borden b. 28 January 1871, TN ­ d. 14 February 1966, md on the 25th of August 1894, Putnam Co., TN to Cora Belle (Watson) Borden, b. 27 December 1877, TN ­d. 12 July 1956. *See Charles Fred Borden buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See D. E. Borden buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Elise Ermine (Eldridge) Borden Obt. *See Zella (Borden) Welsh buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Zella " Billie"(Welch) Robinson Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 451: M. H. Borden married 25 August 1894, Putnam Co., TN to Belle Madewell). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 159- Melvin H. Borden is head of household, 39 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Merchant Jewelry, md 15 yrs. to Belle, 32 yrs. old, TN, 7 children born, 6 children living. Children: Zella L, 14 yrs. old; Fred C., 11 yrs. old; Grace M., 7 yrs. old; Ralph R., 4 yrs. old; Willie, 2 yrs. old & Walter Borden, 9/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Ralph R. Borden b. 8 February 1905, TN ­d. 31 August 1958, s/o Melvin H. Borden & Bell Watson. *See Melvin H. Borden buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. William " Bill"Borden b. 28 September 1907 ­d. 9 March 1982, md Elise (Winningham) Borden, b. 20 June 1913 ­d. 20 March 1989. (SS Death Index: Name: WILLIAM BORDEN Birth: 28 Sep 1907 ­ Death: Mar 1982 ­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (not specified) ­SSN: 409-01-1213, TN) Ted G. Bost Obt. d. 7 February 2006, Cookeville, TN, md on the 26th of August 1966, Lawton, OK to Erlene (Poston) Bost. Tel G. Bost, s/o Lynn Bost & Helen Louise Daulton. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Ted G. Bost, 66, of Cookeville will be held Saturday, Feb. 11, 2006, at 11 a.m. at Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends Friday, Feb. 10, from 5-8 p.m. in the Cookeville chapel of HooperHuddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Mr. Bost died Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Born Feb. 15, 1939, in Lawton, Okla., he was the son of the late Lynn and Helen Louise Daulton Bost. Mr. Bost was a CPA and financial vice-president with the Sutton Shirt Company from 1973 until 1990. He, along with his wife, owned and operated Cody Office Supply from 1990-2000. His family includes his wife of more than 39 years, Erlene Poston Bost (whom he married Aug. 26, 1966, in Lawton, Okla.); a son and daughter-in-law, Kevin and Jama Bost of Cookeville; a brother and sister-inlaw, Ron and Chris Bost of Lake Kiowa, Texas; and a sister, Caye Allen of Norman, Okla.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Kidney Fund or to the American Cancer Society by contacting the funeral home. Bobby Williams and Gene Hooper will deliver the eulogies. Published February 09, 2006 10:58 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Larry Frank Bottoms Obt. b. 20 November 1948, OH ­d. 27 September 2003, (US Army ­Vietnam), md on the 27th of April 1990 to Brenda (Williams) Bottoms, b. 28 July 1949. Larry F. Bottoms, s/o Charles Bottoms & Rachel Lawson. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Larry F. Bottoms, 54, of Cookeville will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 30, at Abundant Life Fellowship Church. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. today, Monday, at Dyer Funeral Home and one hour prior to services on Tuesday at the church. Mr. Bottoms died on Saturday, Sept. 27, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born on Nov. 20, 1948, in Ohio to Charles Bottoms of Tampa, Fla., and Rachel Lawson Adkins of Chattanooga. He was a minister of the Pentecostal faith. Mr. Bottoms served in the Army. In addition to his parents, his family includes his wife, Brenda Williams Bottoms of Cookeville; two stepsons, Steve Hargis of Nashville and Jeremy Williams of Algood; two daughters; four sisters, Elaine McEwen and Angie Campbell, both of Chattanooga, Judy Yuco and Carol Vanzant, both of Cleveland, Ohio; and four grandchildren, Steven Hargis II, Destiny Williams, and Ashley and Logan Hargis. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Pastor Sue Poston will officiate at the services. Published September 29, 2003 11:36 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Ottis C. Bowington Obt. b. 1 June 1916, Gainesboro, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 26 November 2000 Cookeville, TN, md Elsie (Fowler) Bowington. Ottis C. Bowington, s/o Simpson Bowington & Daisy Medlin. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Ottis C. Bowington, 84, of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Tues., Nov. 28, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. today, Mon., Nov. 27, at the funeral home. Mr. Bowington died on Sun., Nov. 26, 2000, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born on June 1, 1916, in Gainesboro to the late Simpson and Daisy Medlin Bowington. Mr. Bowington was a carpenter. He served in the Army and attended the Church of God. His family includes his wife, Elsie Fowler Bowington of Cookeville; and several nieces, nephews and other family.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by three brothers, Floyd, John and J.D. Bowington; and two sisters, Ovella and Flora Bowington. Rev. Howard Thomason will officiate at the services. Published November 27, 2000 12:00 PM CST : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Andrew Nelson Bowden b. 3 September 1861, Fentress Co., TN ­d. 10 March 1940, md 2nd to Martha L. (Stockton) Bowden, b. 1 July 1875, TN ­d. 23 January 1961. Andrew Nelson Bowden, s/o Joshua Bowden & Polly Ann Steven. Andrew Nelson Bowden was md 1st to Mary J. (unknown) Bowden, b. 8 March 1862, TN ­ d. 24 September 1910. Andrew N. Bowden was a Methodist - Odd Fellow. He was the f/o Mrs. Jim Stamps, Mrs. Walter Dearman, of Nashville, TN ­F. R. Bowden of KS and stepsons, W. B. Kirby & Ridley Kirby. He was the brother of Mrs. Henry Wheaton, Mrs. Jane Brewer of Allardt, TN and John Bowden of Crossville, TN, B. W. Bowden and Granville Bowden of Jamestown, TN). DC Certificate Number: 7390 Deceased Name: Andrew Nelson Bowden Date of Birth: 3 Sep 1861 Place of Birth: Fentress County Date of Death: 10 Mar 1940 Father: Joshua Bowden Place of Birth: Unknown Mother: Polly Ann Steven Place of Birth: Unknown Spouse: Martha Bowden Cemetery: City Cemetery Census Place: 1880 District 4, Fentress Co., TN Dwl: 131 Source: FHL Film 1255254 National Archives Film T9-1254 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Joshua BOWDEN Self M M W 50 Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN Polly A. BOWDEN Wife F M W 49 Occ: Keeping House Fa: SC Mo: TN Drucilla BOWDEN Dau F S W 29 Fa: TN Mo: TN Lottie BOWDEN Dau F S W 21 Fa: TN Mo: TN Andrew BOWDEN Son M S W 18 Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN Sarah BOWDEN Dau F S W 13 Fa: TN Mo: TN Bailey BOWDEN Son M S W 12 Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN John C. BOWDEN Son M S W 10 Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN Susan STEPHENS MotherL F W W 89 Fa: VA Mo: TN

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(1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 288 ­Nelson Bowden is head of household, 37 yrs. old, b. May 1863, TN, Occupation: Day Labor, md 12 yrs. to Mary, 38 yrs. old, b. March 1862, TN, 3 children born, 3 children living. Children: Floyd, 18 yrs. old, b. January 1882; Ada, 14 yrs. old, b. April 1886 & Zora Bowden, 6 yrs. old, b. April 1894. All born in TN).

(1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 328 - Andrew N. Bowden is head of household, 48 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Planning Mill, md 29 yrs. to Mary J., 48 yrs. old, TN, 3 children born, 3 children living. Child: Zina M. Bowden, 16 yrs. old, TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., W. Spring St., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 321- Andrew N. Bowden is head of household, 58 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Labor Planning Mill, md to Martha, 45 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Haskell Stockton, nephew, 9 yrs. old, TN; Burley Kirby, stepson, 21 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Installer, Telephone Co., & Ridley Stockton, stepson, 19 yrs. old, TN). Bertha (West) Bowen Obt. b. 1910 ­ d. 3 October 1984, md on the 6th of July 1930, Jackson Co., TN to H. Porter Bowen. Bertha (West) Bowen, d/o Bill West & Laurina Edmonds. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 71: Porter Bowen married 6 July 1930 to Bertha West). Funeral services for Bertha Bowen, 74, of Cookeville were conducted Saturday, October 6, at 11:00 a.m. at the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home in Cookeville with Charlie Lemons and Harlon Johnson officiating. Interment was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Bowen passed away October 3 at Cookeville General Health Care Center. A native of Jackson County, she was the daughter of the late Laurina Edmonds and Bill West. Survivors include her husband, H. P. Bowen, Cookeville; three daughters, Jean Farley, Cookeville; Doris Hambric, Alabama and Ruby Young, Texas; one son, Robert Buster Bowen, Baxter and two brothers, Dowell West and Willis West, both of Bloomington Springs. Serving as active pallbearers were Mike Johnson, Stanley Burton, Joe Farley, Harlon Johnson, Berry Young and Wayne Burton. Dyer Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements. Ottis C. Bowington b. 1 June 1916 ­d. 26 November 2000, (Pvt. US Army WWII). (SS Death Index: Name: BOWINGTON, OTTIS C ­ Birth: 1 Jun 1916-Death: 26 Nov 2000- Last Residence (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 415-22-1086, TN) Lorene (Mayberry) Bowling Obt. b. 7 September 1904, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 21 November 1984, d/o William Franklin Mayberry & Angeline Stafford. Memorial services for Lorene Mayberry Bowling, 80, of Cookeville were conducted Friday, November 23, at 2:00 p.m. at the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Bro. Arkley Billingsley officiating. Interment was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. A native of Jackson County, she was the daughter of the late William Franklin and Angeline Stafford Mayberry and a member of the Church of Christ. Mrs. Bowling was a salesperson for 37 years at Terry Brothers Department Store and for 20 years at Lovellette Jewelry, both in Cookeville. Whitson Funeral Home in Cookeville was in charge of the arrangements. David Franklin Bowling

b. 9 June 1952 ­ d. 7 September 1990 (age 38) (US Air Force, Vietnam) buried next to Lorene (Mayberry) Bowling, Cookeville City Cemetery. William Tarwater Bowling Jr. b. 27 January 1924 ­ d. 29 January 1972, md on the 8th of September 1922, Putnam Co., TN to Lorene (Mayberry) Bowling, Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 11, #2725: William T. Bowling married 8 September 1922, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Laurine Mayberry). (SS Death Index: Name: BOWLING, WILLIAM ­Birth: 27 Jan 1924-Death: Jan 1972- Last Residence (not specified) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 411-20-5944, TN) Thomas Ray Boman b. 21 March 1916 ­d. 3 July 1954. Bethel Bowman b. 10 September 1890 ­ d. 3 August 1949, md Belle J. (unknown) Bowman, b. 23 October 1891 ­ d. 31 January 1965. Bonnie (Raines) Bowman Obt. b. 6 October 1918, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 14 November 2007, Cookeville, TN, md Jess E. Bowman, b. 26 March 1916, Gainesboro, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 6 August 2005, Cookeville, TN, s/o Richard Milton Bowman & Emma Netherland. Bonnie (Raines) Bowman, d/o Logan Raines & Avo Netherton.,*See Jess E. Bowman Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Bonnie Raines Bowman, 89, of Baxter, will be held Friday, Nov. 16, at 4 p.m. at Cookeville Cemetery. Mrs. Bowman died Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2007, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born Oct. 6, 1918, in Jackson County to the late Logan and Avo Netherton Raines. Mrs. Bowman was a co-owner with her daughter of Gift Gallery in Cookeville for 21 years. She was a member of Bloomington Springs Church of Christ. Her family includes a daughter and son-in-law, Katherine Austin (C.L.) McDonald; a sister, Lois Ralnes Bostic of Baxter; a granddaughter, Benni Rice and husband Jim Ed Jr. of Nashville; and two greatgrandchildren, Andrea and Jim Ed Rice III, both of Nashville. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Jess E. Bowman; three brothers, Logan Jr., Mark and Marshall Raines; and two sisters, Genia Raines Vaughn and Myrtle Malone. Bro. Paul Fox will officiate the services. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Published November 15, 2007 11:15 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Donald Glenn Bowman Obt.

b. 29 June 1938, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 4 October 2008, Cookeville, TN, md on the 11th of July 1961, Algood, TN to Mildred Joy (Wilmoth) Bowman, b. 24 December 1940, d/o Perry Wilmoth. Donald Bowman, s/o William L. Bowman & Dessie Bullock. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Donald Glenn Bowman married 11 July 1961, Putnam Co., TN, age 23, b. 29 June 1938, address; Livingston, TN to Mildred Joy Wilmott, age 20, b. 24 December 1940, address: Rt. 2, Algood, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Mrs. Perry Wilmoth, Rt. 2, Algood, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Donald Glenn Bowman, 70, will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 7, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Homes and Cremation Services. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. today, Monday, Oct. 6, and from 11 a.m. until time of services on Tuesday at the funeral home. Mr. Bowman died Saturday, Oct. 4, 2008, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born June 29, 1938, in Overton County to the late William L. and Dessie Bullock Bowman. Mr. Bowman was a beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather. He was a minister of the Church of Christ in Overton County and surrounding areas for more than 40 years. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. His family includes his wife of 47 years, Mildred Wilmoth Bowman (whom he married July 11, 1961, in Algood); a son and daughter-in-law, Steven and Melissa Bowman of Cookeville; a daughter and son-inlaw, Donna and Patrick Strong of Jamestown; a sister, Christine Eldridge of Algood; three grandchildren, Michael and Jeremy Bowman and Lee Huddleston; a great-grandchild, Brooklyn Veers; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by five brothers, Paul, Carl, Bill, Hampton and Bobby Bowman, and two sisters, Reba Nell Bowman and M.C. Webb. Bros. Robert Boles and Kerry Duke will officiate at the services. Condolences may be sent to www.hhhfunerals.com, 526-6111. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: Monday, Oct 06, 2008 Henry Thor Bowman b. 14 September 1926 ­d. 26 March 1982, md Amanda Pauline (unknown) Bowman, b. 17 July 1909 ­ d. 28 June 1959. (SS Death Index: Name: HENRY BOWMAN Birth: 14 Sep 1926- Death: Mar 1982- Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) ­SSN: 409-30-6405, TN) Jess E. Bowman Obt. b. 26 March 1916, Gainesboro, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 6 August 2005, Cookeville, TN, md Bonnie (Raines) Bowman, b. 6 October 1918, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 14 November 2007, Cookeville, TN, d/o Logan Raines & Avo Netherton. Jesse E. Bowman, s/o Richard Milton Bowman & Emma Netherland. *See Bonnie (Raines) Bowman Obt. Graveside services for Jess E. Bowman, 89, of Baxter were held at 6 p.m. on Sun., Aug. 7, at Cookeville City Cemetery.

Mr. Bowman died Sat., Aug. 6, 2005, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born on March 26, 1916, in Gainesboro to the late Richard Milton and Emma Netherland Bowman. Mr. Bowman was self-employed in heavy equipment construction. He was a member of Bloomington Springs Church of Christ. His family includes his wife, Bonnie Raines Bowman of Baxter; a daughter, Katherine McDonald of Baxter; and a sister, Clyo Craighead. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by six brothers, George, Joe, Deemer, Ed, Elijah and Joseph Bowman; and six sisters, Eunice and Edna Bowman, Tina Johnson, Lana Trisdale, Addie Way and Cleo Craighead. Pallbearers were Ricky Bowman, Tony Bowman, Charles Spurlock, Charles Dalton, Charles Jackson and Michael McDonald. Bro. Paul Fox officiated the services. Whitson Funeral Home of Cookeville in charge of arrangements. Published August 08, 2005 11:37 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN William Bethel Bowman Obt. b. 10 September 1890, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 3 August 1949, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 21st of August 1908, Putnam Co., TN to Belle J. (Carrington) Bowman, b. 23 october 1891, TN ­ d. 31 January 1965, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Joseph Marion Carrington (1845-1922) & Cynthia Tennessee Ortner (1853-1922). William Bethel Bowman, s/o William Levi Bowman (1867-1929) & Arenthia Anjaline " Renthia" Johnson (1871-1891). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 471, #1333: W. B. Bowman married 21 August 1908, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Bell Carrington). Funeral services for William B. Bowman, 58, who died Wednesday at his home at 521 Laurel Street after a long illness, were held Thursday at the Willow Street Church of Christ. William Caldwell and L. N. Moody officiated. Burial was in Cookeville City cemetery. A retired farmer and school teacher, Mr. Bowman was a native of Jackson county, but had lived in Putnam County for the past 27 years. He was the son of the late Levi and Arintah Johnson Bowman. He was a member of the Church of Christ. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Belle Bowman; three sons, Howell and Thor Bowman, Cookeville, and Grover Bowman, Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 11 August 1949 Robert Stanley Bowen Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services and interment for Robert Stanley Bowen, 78, of Cookeville, were held at 1 p.m. today, Thursday, Sept. 24, at Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Bowen died Sunday, Sept. 20, 2009, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Thursday, Sep 24, 2009: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Alexander Lafayette Boyd Obt. b. 21 July 1952, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 29 October 1914, Putnam Co., TN md on the 21st of April 1878, Elizabeth (Nichols) Boyd, b. 17 March 1853, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 3 March 1920, Putnam Co., TN, d/o David Henry Douglas Nichols (1818-1900) & Elizabeth " Betsy" Ann Jared (1822-1909). Alexander Lafayette Boyd, s/o Bransford Boyd (1836-1861) & Elizabeth Jane Jared (1832-1899). *See Elizabeth (Nichols) Boyd Obt. *See Muncy Luther Boyd Obt. *See Stephen Hayden Young Obt. A. L. Boyd Dies: Mr. A. L. Boyd died at his home amile west of town this Thursday afternoon after a lingering illness of several months duration. Mr. Boyd had resided in Cookeville for several years. He is survived by his wife and 4 children, Mrs. S. H. Young, Mrs. Bedford Johnson, Benton and Jasper Boyd, all of this city. The bereaved onces have the heart-felt sympathy of the whole community in the loss of their husband and father. Putnam County Herald, TN: 29 October 1914. Alexander Lafayette & Elizabeth Nichols had six children: Ofa May Boyd, b. 5 May 1879, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 15 June 1950, Jackson Co., TN md Bedford Jackson; Effie Gray Boyd, b. 17 Oct. 1881, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 4 Sept. 1950, Jackson Co., TN md Stephen Hayden Young; Vennie Boyd, b. 5 Oct. 1883 ­d. Jul. 1959, Mt. Clemens, MI, md 1st James Garn ­md 2nd Dolph Sullens; Muncy Luther Boyd, b. 25 Jul. 1885, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 14 Oct. 1914, Putnam Co., TN, md Cora Lee Fletcher; Benton Bransford Boyd, b. 5 Dec. 1887, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 12 Nov. 1966, md Edith Mae Perry & Jasper Boyd, b. 16 Oct. 1889 ­d. Jan. 1958. Alexander Lafayette Boyd b. 22 Jul 1852, TN d. 29 Oct 1914 Father: Bransford Boyd Mother: Lizzie Jane Jared Cookeville Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #185, Putnam Co., TN Aline Boyd Obt. b. 26 December 1885, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 26 July 1971, d/o Alvin Whitten Boyd & Mary H. Goodpasture. (DAR marker). *See Alvin Whitten Boyd buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Miss Aline Boyd, a retired school teacher of Knoxville City Schools and a native of Cookeville, died July 26 following a brief illness. Her death occurred at the Cookeville General Hospital. Funeral services will be tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Rev. David Campbell, pastor of the Firat Presbyterian Church of which Miss Boyd was a long time member, will officiate.

She was a native of Cookeville, residing at the Boyd home place on N. Jefferson Ave., where her parents, the late Alvin Whitten and Mary Goodpasture Boyd spent their married life. Her father was one of the first lawyers of Putnam County. Two brothers, Judge Ernest Boyd and Grover Boyd followed their father' s footsteps. Miss Boyd was a member of pioneer families of Putnam County and was interested in the educational welfare and religious elements of her native county and town. She was a active member of the Old Walton Road Daughter of the American Revolution chapter. Survivors are her sister, Miss Ova Boyd, Cookeville; Mrs. Marjorie Boyd Burt, Pittsview, Ala; brother, Grover C. Boyd, Knoxville. The body is at Whitson Funeral Home. (SS Death Index: Name: BOYD, ALINE ­ Birth: 26 Jun 1885 - Death: Jul 1971 - Last Residence (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-76-6677, TN) (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 426 ­Alvin Boyd is head of household, 52 yrs. old. b. August 1847, TN, Occupation: Lawyer, md 21 yrs. to Mary H., 42 yrs. old, b. May 1858, TN, 9 children born, 7 children living. Children: Earnest, 20 yrs. old, b. October 1879; Ova, 18 yrs. old, b. October 1881; Vallie, 17 yrs. old. b. May 1883; Allie, 14 yrs. old b. June 1886; Margie, 9 yrs. old, b. February 1891; Grover, 7 yrs. old, b. November 1892 & Gretchen Boyd, 6 yrs. old, b. March 1894. All born in TN). Alvin Goodpasture Boyd b. 18 October 1895 ­d. 10 October 1896. Alvin Whitten Boyd Obt. b. 16 August 1913, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 4 June 1998, , Putnam Co., TN, (T SGT US ARMY WWII), md Julia (Greer) Boyd, b. 2 July 1925, Obion, TN. Alvin W. Boyd, s/o Ernest Houston Boyd Sr. & Mattie Hughes Ragland. *See Ernest Houston Boyd Sr. Obt. COOKEVILLE - Funeral services for Alvin W. Boyd of Cookeville will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 6, at Cookeville First Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 2-4 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. on Friday, June 5, at Dyer Funeral Home. Mr. Boyd was dead on arrival at Cookeville Regional Medical Center today, June 4, 1998. He was born in Putnam County to the late Ernest Houston Boyd Sr. and Mattie Ragland Boyd. Mr. Boyd was a veteran of World War II and a graduate of Samford University. He was a Rotarian and a life-long member and elder at Cookeville First Presbyterian Church. Mr. Boyd was also a member of V.F.W. and the American Legion Post #46. He was a retired pharmacist and owner of Boyd Drug Store in Cookeville. His family includes his wife, Julia Greer Boyd of Cookeville; a brother, Houston Boyd of Cookeville; two sisters, Mary Butler Boyd and Avo Boyd Evans, both of Cookeville; two nephews, Ernest Boyd Evans of Nashville and Walter Lee Evans of Charlotte, N.C.; and a great-niece. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by a brother, William Hardin Boyd. Pallbearers will be Earl Nichols, Jim and Jeff Dyer, Raymond Brown, Robert Williams, Sam Greenwood, Cecil Cummins, Bill Cameron, Walter Lee and Ernest B. Evans. Honorary pallbearers will be elders of Cookeville First Presbyterian Church.

Memorial contributions may be made to Cookeville First Presbyterian Church Building-Maintenance Fund or the Putnam County Library. Revs. G. David Campbell and David Eisenminger will officiate at the services. Published Thursday, June 04, 1998 11:11 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Alvin Whitten Boyd b. 3 August 1847, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 25 December 1912, Putnam Co., TN md 15th of December 1878, Putnam Co., TN to Mary H. (Goodpasture) Boyd, b. 23 September 1858, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 4 December 1951, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Dr. James McDonald Goodpasture & Ova Arnold. Alvin Whitten Boyd, s/o Jefferson Wiseman Boyd & Mary Ann Jared. (Mason ­Presbyterian) *See Aline Boyd Obt. *See Ernest Houston Boyd Sr. Obt. *See Mary H. (Goodpasture) Boyd Obt. *See Ova Boyd buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Vallie Boyd buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Avo (Goodpasture) Dyer Obt. *See Jefferson Franklin Dyer M. D. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Dr. James McDonald Goodpasture buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 43: Alvin W. Boyd married 15 December 1878, Putnam Co., TN to Mary H. Goodpasture). (1870 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 11 ­J. M. Goodpasture is head of household, 43 yrs. old, TN. Occupation: Physician, md to Ova, 31 yrs. old, TN. Children: Avo A., 14 yrs. old; Mary H., 12 yrs. old; John B., 5 yrs. old & Sarah M. Goodpasture, 2 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 426 ­Alvin Boyd is head of household, 52 yrs. old. b. August 1847, TN, Occupation: Lawyer, md 21 yrs. to Mary H., 42 yrs. old, b. May 1858, TN, 9 children born, 7 children living. Children: Earnest, 20 yrs. old, b. October 1879; Ova, 18 yrs. old, b. October 1881; Vallie, 17 yrs. old. b. May 1883; Allie, 14 yrs. old b. June 1886; Margie, 9 yrs. old, b. February 1891; Grover, 7 yrs. old, b. November 1892 & Gretchen Boyd, 6 yrs. old, b. March 1894. All born in TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 23 ­Alvin W. Boyd is head of household, 63 yrs. old, TN, md 31 yrs. to Mary H., 60 yrs. old, TN, 9 children born, 7 children living. Children: Earnest H., 30 yrs. old; Ova, 27 yrs. old; Vallie, 25 yrs. old; Allie, 24 yrs. old; Margie, 19 yrs. old; Grover, 18 yrs. old & Gretchen Boyd, 15 yrs. old. All born in TN). Aubrey Michael Boyd Obt. b. 29 April 1907, Salem, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 17 January 2004, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 26th of March 1941, Putnam Co., TN to Cora Belle (Frizzell) Hawkins Boyd, b. 2 September 1908, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 25 December 2005, Putnam Co., TN, d/o David Collins Frizzell & Betty Ann Pool. Aubrey Michael Boyd, s/o George Dibrell Boyd & Belle Nicholas. *See Cora Belle (Frizzell) Hawkins Boyd Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Aubrey Boyd married 26 March 1941, Putnam Co., TN, age 33, address: Cookeville, TN to Cora Belle Hawkins, age 32, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Mrs. Dave Frizell, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Aubrey Michael Boyd, 96, of Cookeville will be held at 1 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 19, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. tonight at the funeral home.

Mr. Boyd died on Saturday, January 17, 2004, at his home. He was born April 29, 1907, in the Salem Community of Putnam County to the late George Dibrell and Belle Nicholas Boyd. Mr. Boyd was a retired farmer. He was a breeder of Registered Polled Herefords and a member of the Polled Hereford Association. He continually strived to use the best conservation practices on the farm. He was honored by the Putnam County Soil Conservation District as Master Conservation Farmer in 1964. He was a member of Shipley United Methodist Church where he served as teacher of the adult class for over 50 years and as a lay-speaker for many years. His family includes his wife of 62 years Cora Belle Frizzell Boyd of Cookeville; a son and daughter-in-law, Jerry and Sue Boyd of Cookeville; a daughter and son-in-law Lou Ann and James Davis Watts, also of Cookeville; two grandchildren: Ann Boyd Watts of Chattanooga, and James Davis Watts, Jr. of Cookeville; and numerous nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, Mr. Boyd was preceded in death by a sister, Minnie Lou Mullins; and five brothers: John H., Henry, Asberry, Dibrell and Hartford Boyd. Active pallbearers will be nephews: David and George Boyd, James, Ronnie, Harold, Bob and David Frizzell, Lee and Beverly Sullivan. Honorary pallbearers will be staff of Highland Rim Home Health, Dr. Don Grisham and Dr. Jeff Crosier. Dr. Richard Diemer will officiate at the services. Published January 17, 2004 4:47 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Cora Belle (Frizzell) Hawkins Boyd Obt. b. 2 September 1908, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 25 December 2005, Putnam Co., TN, md 1st Lloyd Hawkins ­ md 2nd on the 26th of March 1941, Putnam Co., TN to Aubrey Michael Boyd, b. 29 April 1907, Salem, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 17 January 2004, Putnam Co., TN, s/o George Dibrell Boyd & Belle Nicholas. Cora Belle (Frizzell) Hawkins Boyd, d/o David Collins Frizzell & Betty Ann Pool. *See Aubrey Michael Boyd Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Cora Belle Boyd, 97, of the Shipley Community in Putnam County, will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 28, from the chapel of Hooper-Huddleston and Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. today, Dec. 27, and from noon until time of services Wednesday at the funeral home. Mrs. Boyd died Sunday, Dec. 25, 2005, at her residence. She was born Sept. 2, 1908, in Jackson County to the late David Collins and Betty Ann Pool Frizzell. Mrs. Boyd was a retired teacher with 30 years' experience. She received her high school education from Tennessee Polytechnic Institute and continued her college education at Tennessee Tech. When she was 18 years old, she began her career teaching all eight grades in Jackson County at the Corinth School. She served as the area supervisor of adult education under the WPA Program and completed the last 17 years of her career at Sycamore School before retiring in 1972. Mrs. Boyd was a member of Shipley Methodist Church, where she taught classes and served as secretary-treasurer for the Sunday school for numerous years.

Her family includes a son and daughter-in-law, Jerry and Sue Boyd; a daughter and son-in-law, Lou Ann and James Davis Watts of Cookeville; two grandchildren, Ann Boyd Watts of Chattanooga and James Davis Watts Jr. of Cookeville; numerous nieces and nephews and special caregivers, Nell Guess, Manda Mathis, Jean King, Jo Dunbar and Nora Housley. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Aubrey Michael Boyd; her first husband, Lloyd Hawkins; a sister, Ora Dee Sullivan; and three brothers, Irving, Raymond and Neely Frizzell. Pallbearers will be her nephews, James, Ronnie, Harold, David and Bob Frizzell, Lee and Beverly Sulli van and George and David Boyd. Honorary pallbearers will be the staff of Highland Rim Home Health, Dr. Don Grisham, Dr. Jeff Crosier and Dr. Ken Wood. Memorial contributions may be made to the Putnam County Retired Teachers Scholarship Fund by contacting Dr. R.K. Fletcher, 966 Briarwood Dr., Cookeville, TN 38501. Dr. Richard Deimer and the Rev. Charlie Hutchinson will officiate the services. Published December 27, 2005 11:06 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Cora (Fletcher) Boyd Obt. b. 13 March 1887, TN ­d. 14 March 1963, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 5th of December 1909, Putnam Co., TN to Muncy Luther Boyd, b. 25 July 1885, TN ­d. 14 October 1914, s/o Alexander Lafayette Boyd & Nancy Elizabeth Nichols. Cora (Fletcher) Boyd, d/o Lewis Henry Fletcher & Martha H. Denny, d/o William Ira Denny & Teresa Scudders Bates. Children: Guy Fletcher Boyd, b. 14 September 1910 ­d. 16 October 1984 md Gertrude Snow. *See Guy Fletcher Boyd Obt. *See Muncy Luther Boyd Obt. *See Lassie (Fletcher) Morrow Obt. buried in Rock Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 539, #1592: Muncy Boyd married 5 December 1909, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Cora Fletcher. By whom married: Rev. J. A. Holladay). Mrs. Cora Fletcher Boyd, 76, died unexpectedly March 14 at her home in Buffalo Valley. Funeral services were held Sunday at Bass Funeral Home in Carthage with Rev. Joe Elledge of Smithville, pastor of Rock Springs Methodist Church of which she was a member, officiating. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Boyd, widow of Muncey Luther Boyd, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fletcher and sister of Jim Fletcher with whom she lived. Survivors: too dim to read in notice. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 3 January 1963-1 December 1964. (1930 census, 8th Civil Dist., Rock Spring Rd., Smith Co., TN: Dwl: 154 ­Martha Fletcher is head of household, 74 yr. old, TN, widow, (22 yrs. old 1st marriage), occupation: Farm ­Poultry Truck. Children: Jim R. Fletcher, 21 yrs. old, TN; Cora Boyd, dau., 43 yrs. old, TN, widow (22 yrs. old 1st marriage). Also living in the household: Virgil Landford, hired hand, 40 yrs. old, TN, widow, neg, (20 yrs. old 1 st marriage).

(Jim Riley Fletcher, b. 11 March 1889, TN ­d. 28 February 1973, buried in the Rock Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN). Source: Carthage Courier, TN: 1 June 1967: Mrs. Lassie Fletcher Morrow, 84, died Sunday, d/o Lewis Henry Fletcher & Martha Denny. Her brother, Jim Fletcher, sister, Mrs. Dona Winchester of CA, husband, Lon Morrow who died several years ago. Buried at Rock Springs Cemetery. Her home was built before the Civil War, General Braxton Bragg camped there during the Civil War. Elizabeth (Nichols) Boyd Obt. b. 17 March 1853, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 3 March 1920, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 21st of April 1878, Alexander Lafayette Boyd, b. 21 July 1952, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 29 October 1914, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Bransford Boyd (1836-1861) & Elizabeth Jane Jared (1832-1899). Elizabeth (Nichols) Boyd, d/o David Henry Douglas Nichols (1818-1900) & Elizabeth " Betsy"Ann Jared (1822-1909). *See Alexander Lafayette Boyd Obt. *See Muncy Luther Boyd Obt. *See Stephen Hayden Young Obt. Mrs. Elizabeth Boyd, widow of the late A. L. Boyd, died Wednesday morning of heart failure, while on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Dolph Sullins, near Trinity. Her death came as a great shock to her realtives and friends. She was about 60 years old and was a daughter of the late David Nichols, a prominent pioneer citizen of the western part of this county. She had been a devoted member of the Methodist church from her girlhood. She is survived by 3 daughters, and 2 sons, Mrs. Stephen Hayden Young of this city, Mrs. Ofa Johnson of Gainesboro, Mrs. Dolph Sullins of the 12th district, Jasper Boyd of Portland, OR, and Benton Boyd of OK, also by the following brothers and sisters, Mrs. G. D. Byrne of Monterey, Mrs. T. C. Holladay of Cookeville, Mrs. J. C. Nichols of Lebaon, J. P. Nichols and L. B. Nichols of Buffalo Valley, and B. B. Nichols of Boma. Three brothers, Fate Nichols, Rev. John H. Nichols and Rev. Jasper Nichols, and one sister, Mrs. James A. Boyd preceded her to the grave. She was a splendid Christian lady, loved by all who knew her. Her remains were to be interred Thursday afternoon at Cookeville cemetery besides those of her husband whose death occurred several years ago. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 4 March 1920. Ernest Houston Boyd Jr. b. 12 May 1921, s/o Ernest Houston Boyd Sr. & Mattie Hughes Ragland. *See Ernest Houston Boyd Sr. Obt. *See Mary Butler Boyd Obt. *See Mattie Hughes (Ragland) Boyd Obt. Ernest Houston Boyd Sr. Obt. b. 1 October 1879, TN ­ d. December 1956, md on the 21 August 1912 to Mattie Hughes (Ragland) Boyd, b. 18 April 1885 ­ d. 27 February 1981, d/o Dr. William H. Ragland & Elizabeth Lou Butler. Ernest H. Boyd Sr., s/o Alvin Whitten Boyd & Mary Goodpasture. *See Alvin W. Boyd Obt. *See Alvin Whitten Boyd buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Ernest Houston Boyd Jr. Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mary Butler Boyd Obt. *See Mattie Hughes (Ragland) Boyd Obt. *See Avo (Boyd) Evans Obt.

Judge Ernest Houston Boyd Sr. (1879 ­1956), son of Alvin Whitten Boyd, prominent pioneer Cookeville lawyer and State Senator, and Mary Goodpasture Boyd, was born and reared in Cookeville and was a graduate of Cumberland University. Judge Boyd was elected Putnam County Superintendent of Schools at age 22, and while serving in that office, in joint effort with the Nashville Superintendent of Schools organized the Middle Tennessee Teachers Association, and served as its first secretary. Judge Boyd served as County Attorney, District Attorney-General of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of Tennessee, and Chancellor of the Fourth Chancery Division of Tennessee. Judge Boyd served as Grand Master of Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows for State of Tennessee and three times represented Tennessee in the Sovereign Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows. He also served as Grand Patriarch of the Rebecca Lodge for State of Tennessee. Judge Boyd served for many years as a member of the Tennessee Historical Commission and the Tennessee Historical Society. He was ruling elder, clerk of the session, and chairman of the pulpit committee of the First Presbyterian Church, U.S.A. for many years. He was moderator of the Presbytery and served as commissioner to the Grand Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A. He was married to Mattie Ragland. She was the daughter of Dr. William Hardin Ragland and granddaughter of Dr. William Ragland and Thomas Harvey Butler, who served as Tennessee Secretary of State. Judge Boyd practiced law at different times with his father, Alvin W. Boyd; his uncle, John Boyd; his brother, Grover Boyd; and sons, Ernest Houston Boyd Jr., and William Hardin Boyd. Judge Boyd was well known as an historian, and was the author of Early History of Putnam County 18541954, Nuggets of Putnam County History, and many articles on Putnam County History. He lectured extensively throughout Tennessee. Source: A History of Putnam County Tennessee by Walter S. McClain, pg. 142: Ernest Houston Boyd, born October 1, 1879. Fisished his education at Cumberland University, where he also graduated in law. Married to Miss Mattie Ragland, August 21, 1912. Has held the offices of County Superintendent and County Attorney and at present Attorney-General of the Fifth Judicial Circuit. Mr. Boyd is a Democrat, and an elder in the Presbyterian Church, U.S.A. He is Deputy Grand Master, Grand Lodge, I.O.O.F., of Tennessee. (Source: Cookeville City Cemetery Walk presented by The Cookeville Museum, Sept. 2012): Ernest Houston Boyd was born in 1879, here in Cookeville, TN, the eldest of seven children. At just 19 years old, he delivered the commencement address to the Cookeville Collegiate Institure; and at the age of only 22, while Principal of Algood Public School, he was elected Superintendent of Schools. He served two terms as Superintendent, and while in office he assisted the Nashville Superintendent of Schools in organizing the Middle Tennessee Teacher' Association. In 1911, he graduated from the Cumberlan s University School of Law. He married Miss Mattie Hughes Ragland, and they had five children which they raised in Cookeville. At different times during his life he practiced law with his father, Alvin W. Boyd; his uncle, John Boyd, his brother, Grover Boyd; and his sons William and Houston. He served as County Attorney, District Attorney General of the 5th judicial District of Tennessee and Chancellor of the 4th Chancery Division of Tennessee. In 1933, he was elected to the National Economic League to discuss reasons and solutions for the Great Depression. Besides his family, he considered his greatest

accomplishment in life to be his work with the Odd Fellows Lodge and the Rebecca Lodge, creating and funding orphanages throughout the U. S. Research: Museum staff and Ernie Evans. Script: Ernie Evans. Actor: Ernie Evans, grandson of Judge Boyd. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 426 ­Alvin Boyd is head of household, 52 yrs. old. b. August 1847, TN, Occupation: Lawyer, md 21 yrs. to Mary H., 42 yrs. old, b. May 1858, TN, 9 children born, 7 children living. Children: Earnest, 20 yrs. old, b. October 1879; Ova, 18 yrs. old, b. October 1881; Vallie, 17 yrs. old. b. May 1883; Allie, 14 yrs. old b. June 1886; Margie, 9 yrs. old, b. February 1891; Grover, 7 yrs. old, b. November 1892 & Gretchen Boyd, 6 yrs. old, b. March 1894. All born in TN). Gertrude (Snow) Boyd Obt. b. 13 July 1910, Harriman ­ d. 11 March 2006, Smith Co., TN, md the 30th of March 1935, Morgan Co., TN to Guy Fletcher Boyd, b. 17 September 1910 ­d. 16 October 1984, TN, s/o Muncy Luther Boyd & Cora Lee Fletcher. Gertrude (Snow) Boyd, d/o John & Alpha Snow. *See Guy Fletcher Boyd Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Morgan Co., TN: Guy F. Boyd married 30 March 1935, Morgan Co., TN to Gertrude Snow. By whom married: Rev. David Burris). COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Gertrude Snow Boyd, 95, of Buffalo Valley, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, March 14, at Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-6 p.m. today, Monday, March 13, in the Carthage Chapel of Bass Funeral Homes. Mrs. Boyd died Saturday, March 11, 2006, in Smith County Health Care Center in Carthage. She was born July 13, 1910, in Harriman to the late John and Alpha Snow. Mrs. Boyd was a graduate of Tennessee Tech. She was a member of Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church in Gentry. Her family includes a daughter, Muncy Boyd McKinney of Buffalo Valley; a son, James S. F. Boyd of Nashville; a brother, Robert L. Snow of Johnson City; a sister, Thelma Holmes of Melborne, Fla.; two grandchildren, Lisa McKinney Taylor and Glenda McKinney; and two great-grandchildren, David Wilensky and Ava McKinney Taylor. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Guy Fletcher Boyd (who died Oct. 16, 1984), and five brothers and sisters, Lloyd, Theodore, Leslie, Myrtle and Betty Snow. Bro. Bill Cowan will officiate at the services. Published March 13, 2006 10:26 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Gretchen Boyd b. 3 March 1894, TN - d. 14 April 1971, d/o Alvin Whitten Boyd & Mary H. Goodpasture. *See Alvin Whitten Boyd buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 426 ­Alvin Boyd is head of household, 52 yrs. old. b. August 1847, TN, Occupation: Lawyer, md 21 yrs. to Mary H., 42 yrs. old, b. May 1858, TN, 9 children born, 7 children living. Children: Earnest, 20 yrs. old, b. October 1879; Ova, 18 yrs. old, b. October 1881; Vallie, 17 yrs. old. b. May 1883; Allie, 14 yrs. old b. June 1886; Margie, 9 yrs. old, b. February 1891; Grover, 7 yrs. old, b. November 1892 & Gretchen Boyd, 6 yrs. old, b. March 1894. All born in TN).

Guy Fletcher Boyd Obt. b. 17 September 1910 ­d. 16 October 1984, TN, md the 30th of March 1935, Morgan Co., TN to Gertrude (Snow) Boyd, b. 13 July 1910 ­ d. 11 March 2006, Smith Co., TN, d/o John & Alpha Snow. Guy Fletcher Boyd, s/o Muncy Luther Boyd & Cora Lee Fletcher. *See Cora (Fletcher) Boyd Obt. *See Muncy Luther Boyd Obt. *See Gertrude (Snow) Fletcher Obt. BOYD, Guy Fletcher ­ Tuesday afternoon October 16, 1984 at the residence. Survived by wife, Mrs. Gertrude Snow Boyd, Buffalo Valley; children, James S. F. Boyd, Nashville, Mrs. Muncy McKinney, Houston, TX; four grandchildren. Remains are at J. L. Bass Funeral Home, 804 Main Street, Carthage. Visitation with the family Wednesday evening from 6 to 9 p.m. Leaving at 12:15 p.m. Thursday, the remains will be conveyed to the Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church where services will be conducted at 1:30 p.m. by Rev. Robert E. Lee and Rev. Roy Cross. The remains will be at the church at 1 p.m. Interment Cookeville City Cemetery. J. L. Bass Funeral Home, Carthage. Guy F. Boyd Graduates From Univery of Kentucky: Guy F. Boyd of Buffalo Valley received his degree from the Agriculture College of the University of Kentucky January 31 st. Mr. Boyd is a former student of Tennessee Tech. Since entering the U. of K., Mr. Boyd has been a major in animal industry. He goes at once to Berea College, Berea, KY, where he takes up his duties with the Agricultural Extension division of the University of Kentucky. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 3 February 1938. Mary (Algood) Boyd b. 30 November 1857, TN ­ d. 28 June 1877, Putnam Co., TN, md Houston Savage Boyd, b. 12 August 1851, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 12 January 1881, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Jefferson Wisman Boyd & Mary Ann Jared. Houston Savage Boyd is buried in the John Boyd Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Mary (Algood) Boyd is the d/o Joel Algood & Nancy Wilson Moore, both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Joel Algood Mary Butler Boyd Obt. b. 26 April 1917 ­d. 21 May 2002, d/o Ernest Houston Boyd Sr. & Mattie Ragland. *See Ernest Houston Boyd Sr. Obt. *See Ernest Houston Boyd Jr. Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mattie (Ragland) Boyd Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Mary Butler Boyd, 85, of Cookeville will be held at 2 p.m. on Thursday, May 23, at Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7-9 p.m. today, Wednesday, May 22, at Whitson Funeral Home. Miss Boyd died on Tuesday, May 21, 2002, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born on April 26, 1917, in Cookeville to the late Judge Ernest Houston Boyd Sr. and Mattie Ragland Boyd. She was a retired Civil Service worker for the U.S. Government. Prior to that, she taught at Goodlettsville High School. Miss Boyd was a graduate of Tennessee Polytechnic Institute. She was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Cookeville.

Her family includes a sister, Avo Boyd Evans of Cookeville; a brother, Ernest Houston Boyd Jr. of Cookeville; a sister-in-law, Julia Boyd of Cookeville; two nephews, Ernest Boyd Evans of Nashville and Walter Lee Evans III of Richmond, Va.; a great-niece, Angela Dawn Lutzker; and a great-great-nephew, Jack A. Lutzker. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two brothers, Alvin Whitten Boyd and William Hardin Boyd. Rev. David Eisenmenger will officiate at the services. Published May 22, 2002 10:24 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Mary A. (Goodpasture) Boyd Obt. b. 23 September 1858, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 4 December 1951, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 15th of December 1878 in Putnam Co., TN to Alvin Whitten Boyd, b. 3 August 1847, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 25 December 1912, Putnam Co., TN *See Alvin Whitten Boyd Obt. Mrs. Mary G. Boyd Dies At Home Here: Mrs. Mary Goodpasture Boyd, 93, died Tuesday evening, at her residence on Jefferson Avenue, after an illness of several weeks. She was the widow of the late Alvin W. Boyd, who for many years and until his death, in 1912, was a prominent lawyer of the Cookeville Bar, and a member of the State Senate in the General Asseblies of 1897 and 1899. Mrs. Boyd was born and reared in Cookeville and resided here all of her life. She was a daughter of the late Dr. James McDonald Goodpasture. Her father, a native of Hilham, Overton County, was Cookeville' s first physician, he having moved to Cookeville from Hilham when Cookeville was established as the county seat of Putnam County. He was prominently identified with the early history of Cookeville and Putnam County. Mrs. Boyd died in the same residence in which, as ayoung bride, she and her husband first commenced housekeeping. She was the oldest member of the First Presbyterian Church of this city, and she regularly attended the services of that church until her last illness. Mrs. Boyd is survived by two sons and five daughters, Judge Ernest H. Boyd and Misses Ova and Vallie Boyd, of Cookeville; Grover C. Boyd and Miss Aline Boyd of Knoxville; Mrs. Margie Boyd Burt, of Pittsview, Ala., and Miss Gretchen Boyd, of Savannah, Ga.; also by ten grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. Margie Jared, of Cookeville, and by many other relatives in this city and county. A sister, Mrs. Avo Dyer, wife of the late Dr. J. F. Dyer, and a brother, John B. Goodpasture, both of Cookeville, died several years ago. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o' clock at the First Presbyterian church with the pastor, the Rev. hall Barrett, officiating, assisted by Dr. C. N. Sharpe and the Rev. Andrew Albert. Mrs. Boyd' remains will be at the Whitson Funeral Home until time of the service. s The Elders and Deacons of the First Presbyterian Church, and the lawyers of the Cookeville Bar, will serve as honorary pallbearers. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 6 December 1951. Mattie Hughes (Ragland) Boyd Obt.

b. b. 18 April 1885 ­ d. 27 February 1981, md Ernest Houston Boyd Sr., b. 1 October 1879, TN ­ d. December 1856, s/o Alvin Whitten Boyd & Mary Goodpasture. Mattie (Ragland) Boyd, d/o Dr. William Hardin Ragland & Elizabeth Lou Butler. *See Alvin W. Boyd Obt. *See Ernest Houston Boyd Sr. Obt. *See William Hardin Ragland M. D. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Avo (Boyd) Evans Obt. COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for Mattie Ragland Boyd, 95, who died here Friday morning, will be in the chapel of the Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home at 3 p.m. on Saturday with the Rev. David Campbell officiating and burial to follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Boyd was the wife of the late Ernest H. Boyd, a former Chancellor of the Fourth Chancery Division, and the daughter of the late Dr. W. H. Ragland, an early Cookeville physician, and Elizabeth Lou Ragland. She was the granddaughter of the late Dr. William Ragland, a Smith County physician and Thomas Harvey Butler, of Gainesboro, a former Tennessee Secretary of State. Mrs. Boyd was a graduate of the Bascobel College for Girls, where she received her masters degree. She was a former teacher of the Cookeville City School. She was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church. She is survived by three sons, Ernest Houston Boyd, of Cookeville, Alvin W. Boyd, of Cookeville, and William Hardin Boyd, of Nashville; two daughters, Mary Butler Boyd and Avo Boyd Evans, of Cookeville; and two grandsons, Walter L. Evans, of Cookeville, and Ernest Boyd Evans, of Nashville. The family will receive friends from 7 until 9 p.m. Friday night at the Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 27 February 1981. Muncy Luther Boyd Obt. b. 25 July 1885, TN ­d. 14 October 1914, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 5th of December 1909, Putnam Co., TN to Cora (Fletcher) Boyd, b. 13 March 1887, TN ­ d. 14 March 1963, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Lewis Henry Fletcher & Martha H. Denny. Muncy Luther Boyd, s/o Alexander Lafayette Boyd & Nancy Elizabeth Nichols. DC#177, Putnam Co., TN, Muncy Luther Boyd, cause of death: typhoid, age 29, a farmer. Attended by: Dr. Denton. True: B. B. Boyd, Cookeville, TN. *See Alexander Lafayette Boyd Obt. *See Cora (Fletcher) Boyd Obt. *See Guy Fletcher Boyd Obt. Munsey Boyd died Wednesday night after a several week' illness with typhoid fever, at his home in the s 11th Civil District of this county. He was 27 years old and leaves a wife and child. He was the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Boyd of this city, and a most axemplary young man. He had been a member of the S. Methodist Church from his childhood. The remains were brought to the home of his brother-in-law, Stephen Hayden Young, in this city today, and will be interred tomorrow afternoon at the city cemetery. Funeral services will be conducted at the residence by Rev. W. W. Baxter and Rev. A. J. Collie.

The deceased is survived by 3 sisters and 2 brothers; Mrs. Ofa Johnson, Mrs. Stephen Hayden Young, Mrs. Ben Boyd and Jasper Boyd of this city and Mrs. Dolph Sullens of Buffalo Valley and many other relatives in this city and county. He was one of the most highly esteemed young men in the lower end of the county and his death is an unusually sad one. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 15 October 1914. Nan Denton (Ford) Ranchfuss Boyd Obt. b. 21 July 1872, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN - d. 18 May 1946, md 1st Oscar Rauchfuss, 14 June 1893 md 2nd Willis Baxter Boyd, 29 April 1911. She is the d/o Charles Randolph Ford & Henrietta Pheobe Draper. *See Willis Baxter Boyd Obt. Nan Denton Ford Boyd b. 21 Jul 1872, Putnam Co., TN d. 17 May 1946 Father: Charles Randolph Ford, VA Mother: Henrietta Draper Spouse: Willis B. Boyd City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #13013, Putnam Co., TN Rites for Mrs. Nan Denton Ford Boyd, widow of Dr. Willis Baxter Boyd, who died at her home Saturday were conducted Sunday afternoon at the Whitson Funeral Home by J. B. Potter, pastor of the Central Ave. Christian Church of Humboldt. Burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Death came to Mrs. Boyd 2 days after she suffered a paralytic stroke. Her parents were the late Charles R. and Henrietta Draper Ford, pioneers of Cookeville while her husband was dean of the Christian Church Institution. She was a member of that religious denomination. Her husband, who died 1 year ago, was also commissioner of the Tennessee Department of Conservation at one time, and was one of the founders as well as the first president of Dixie College, forerunner of Tennessee Tech. Mrs. Boyd' survivors include 2 sisters, Miss Cora Ford and Mrs. Herbert Watson both of Cookeville; and s a brother, James F. Ford of Chatam, Ala. One of Mrs. Boyd' nieces, Miss Charlotte Watson, had lived s with her for some time. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN, Thursday, 23 May 1946, front page. Nancy Elizabeth (Nichols) Boyd Obt. Mrs. Elizabeth Boyd, widow of the late A.)lexander L.)afayette Boyd " Fate" Boyd, died Wednesday morning of heart failure, while on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Dolph Sullins, near Trinity. Her death came as a great shock to her relatives and friends. She was about 60 years old and was a daughter of the late David Nichols, a prominent pioneer citizen of the western part of this county. She had been a devoted member of the Methodist church from her girlhood. She is survived by 3 daughters, and 2 sons, Mrs. Steven Hayden Young of this city, Mrs. Ofa Johnson of Gainesboro, Mrs. Dolph Sullins of the 12th district, Jasper Boyd of Portland, OR, and Benton Boyd of OK, also by the following brothers and sisters, Mrs. G. D. Byrne of Monterey, Mrs. Thomas Calvin Holladay of Cookeville, Mrs. J. C. Nichols of Lebanon, J. P. Nichols and L. B. Nichols of Buffalo Valley, and B. B. Nichols of Boma.

Three brothers, Fate Nichols, Rev. John H. Nichols, and Rev. Jasper Nichols, and 1 sister, Mrs. James A. Boyd preceded her to the grave. She was a splendid Christian lady, loved by all who knew her. Her remains were to be interred Thursday afternoon at Cookeville Cemetery beside those of her husband whose death occurred several years ago. Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 4 March 1920 Ova Boyd b. 17 October 1881, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 29 October 1972, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Alvin Whitten Boyd & Mary H. Goodpasture. *See Alvin Whitten Boyd buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 426 ­Alvin Boyd, 52 yrs. old. b. August 1847, TN, Occupation: Lawyer, md 21 yrs. to Mary H., 42 yrs. old, b. May 1858, TN, 9 children born, 7 children living. Children: Earnest, 20 yrs. old, b. October 1879; Ova, 18 yrs. old, b. October 1881; Vallie, 17 yrs. old. b. May 1883; Allie, 14 yrs.old b. June 1886; Margie, 9 yrs.old, b. February 1891; Grover, 7 yrs.old, b. November 1892 & Gretchen Boyd, 6 yrs.old, b. March 1894. All born in TN). Vallie Boyd b. 31 May 1883, TN ­d. 27 November 1964, d/o Alvin Whitten Boyd & Mary H. Goodpasture. *See Alvin Whitten Boyd buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 426 ­Alvin Boyd is head of household, 52 yrs. old. b. August 1847, TN, Occupation: Lawyer, md 21 yrs. to Mary H., 42 yrs. old, b. May 1858, TN, 9 children born, 7 children living. Children: Earnest, 20 yrs. old, b. October 1879; Ova, 18 yrs. old, b. October 1881; Vallie, 17 yrs. old. b. May 1883; Allie, 14 yrs. old b. June 1886; Margie, 9 yrs. old, b. February 1891; Grover, 7 yrs. old, b. November 1892 & Gretchen Boyd, 6 yrs. old, b. March 1894. All born in TN). Dr. Willis Baxter Boyd b. 1 February 1876, TN - d. 14 August 1945, md Nan Denton (Ford) Ranchfuss Boyd, b. 21 July 1872, TN - d. 18 May 1946, d/o Charles Randolph Ford & Henrietta Pheobe Draper. Willis Baxter Boyd, s/o Benjamin F. Boyd & Margaret Howard. *See Nan Denton (Ford) Ranchfuss Obt. Dr. Willis Baxter Boyd, well known educator, lecturer and religious worker, died Tuesday, August 14, of a heart attack in Humboldt, where he had made his home for the past few months while serving as secretary of the Humboldt Chamber of Commerce. Becoming ill shortly before noon while at his office, he was taken to a Humboldt hospital where his death occurred about one o' clock. Dr. Boyd was born and reared in Sequatchie Valley near Pikeville. He received his education in the community schools, Burrett College, at Spencer, and the University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. Following elementary teaching he was president of Mount Vale College, in Celina. He resigned this position to accept the presidency of Dixie College, coming to Cookeville in 1911. he was dean of Milligan College in East Tennessee for a period of sixteen years, and for an number of years was connected with the Tennessee Conservation Department and during this time, assisted in issuing a splendid pictorial history of Tennessee, " March of Progress in the Upper Cumberlands of Tennessee" was among his latest publications. An eloquent speaker, he devoted much of his time to lecturing and for a period of two years, was located in Leesville, La., with the Chamber of Commerce. He was actively engaged in various phases of church work and for many years had been a member of the Christian Church. Funeral services were conducted on Thursday afternoon in Cookeville at the Whitson Funeral Home chapel with Dr. Charles Sharpe, Lieutenant, United States Naval Chaplain Corps, officiating. Burial was in the City Cemetery.

He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Nan Ford Boyd. Other survivors are four brothers, Walter Boyd, of Nashville, Leslie Boyd of Chattanooga, Brown Boyd of Pikeville, Edwin Boyd of Los Angeles, Calif.; and a sister, Mrs. C. W. Carey of Colorado Springs, Colo., and his stepmother, Mrs. Frank Boyd, of Doyle. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN, 16 August 1945, front page. C. D. Bradford b. 14 November 1934 ­d. 16 March 1997, (SP4 U. S. Army Korea), md on the 5th of October 1968, White Co., TN to Ida Mae (Hickey) Bradford, b. 4 March 1939, d/o Joseph Hickey. C. D. Bradford, s/o Clifford Bradford. (SS Death Index: Name: BRADFORD, C D ­Birth: 13 Nov 1934 -Death: 16 Mar 1997- Last Residence (Baxter, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 411-56-5923, TN) (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, White Co., TN, pg. 358: C. D. Bradford married 5 October 1968, White Co., TN, age 33, b. 14 November 1934, address: Rt. 2, Baxter, Putnam Co., TN to Ida Mae Hickey, age 29, b. 4 March 1939, address: Rt. 2, Baxter, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Joseph Hickey. Name of parent, guardian or next of kin of male: Clifford Bradford). Hattie Loraine (Ray) Bradford b. 13 March 1905 ­d. 17 October 1977, md on the 13th of Janaury 1922 to Giles Bradford, b. 5 December 1898 ­ d. 18 March 1971, Putnam Co., TN, (Pfc U. S. Army WWI), s/o John B. Bradford & Alsie Halfacre. Hattie Loraine (Ray) Bradford, d/o Joseph " Joe" " Whistling Joe" Hensley Ray (1872-1952) & Linnie Capps Judd (1880-1964). Giles Bradford is buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Giles Bradford buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Joe Harvey Bradford. *See Joseph " Joe"" Whistling Joe"Hensley Ray buried in Judd Church Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 82, #2588: Giles Bradford married 13 January 1922, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Hattie Ray). Joe Harvey Bradford Obt. b. 1932 ­d. 1 July 1950, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Giles Bradford (1898-1971) & Hattie Loraine Ray (19051977). *See Hattie Loraine (Ray) Bradford buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Giles Bradford buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Joe H. Bradford, 18, were held Sunday afternoon at the Carver Funeral Home with the Rev. Bob N. Ramsay officiating. Burial was in Cookeville City cemetery. Bradford, a resident of Baxter and an employee of a Cookeville feed store, died Saturday morning in a Lebanon hospital of injuries received earlier in the week in a traffic accident. The accident occurred near Lebanon when his truck left the road and crashed into a utility pole. The youth is survived by his parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Giles Bradford, Baxter; five brothers, Giles Bradford, Jr., William, J. B. Doyle and Jimmy Bradford; two sisters, Mrs. Louise Kirby and Mrs. William Wilmoth, all of Cookeville. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 6 July 1950. Johnny James Bradford Obt. b. 1 December 1881, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 30 September 1950, md on the 3rd of February 1906, Putnam Co., TN to Effie (Medley) Bradford, b. 8 March 1888 ­d. 5 September 1963. Johnny James Bradford, s/o Joseph Marion Bradford (1851-1944) & Nancy Elizabeth Harris (1851-1925). *See Johnnie Ralph Bradford Obt.

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 325: J. J. Bradford married 3 February 1906, Putnam Co., TN to Effie Medley. By whom married: E. W. Stone). Services Held For Johnny J. Bradford: Funeral services for Johnny James Bradford, 68, were held Sunday afternoon at the Freewill Baptist Church with the Rev. Addison McCaleb and the Rev. Carson Whittaker officiating. Interment was in City cemetery. A retired merchant, he was a son of the late Marion and Elizabeth Harris Bradford and a native of Putnam County. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Effie Medley Bradford; four daughters, Mrs. Maggie Roberts, Mrs. Grace Galleger, Detroit, Mrs. Nell Lacey, Cookeville, Mrs. Jimmy Ogg, Nashville; one son, Ralph Bradford, Detroit; four sisters, Mrs. Hattie Sypert, Mrs. Mattie Campbell, both of Baxter, Mrs. Lucy Bradford, Detroit; 12 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 5 October 1950. Johnnie Ralph Bradford Obt. b. 1 June 1918 ­ d. 9 August 1980, Lynwood, CA, md Helen (unknown) Bradford. Johnnie Ralph Bradford, s/o Johnny James Bradford & Effie Medley. *See Johnny James Bradford Obt. COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Johnnie Ralph Bradford, 62, of Norwalk, CA, were conducted Monday, August 11, at the chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home with the Rev. Raymond Riggs officiating. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Bradford died August 9 in Lynwood, CA. He was the son of the late Johnnie James and Effie Medley Bradford. Survivors include his wife, Helen Bradford of IN; a son, Jimmy Harold Bradford of Norwalk, CA; a daughter, Mrs. Linda Carol Miles of San Jose, CA; three sisters, Mrs. Grace Gallagher, Mrs. Nell Lacy, both of Cookeville, and Mrs. Jimmie Miller of Warren, MO. Nephews served as pallbearers. Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home was in charge of arrangemtns. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 11 August 1980 Louise (Frazier) Bradford Obt. b. 8 July 1923, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 26 August 1999, Cookeville, TN, md William H. Bradford, b. 22 November 1922, Cookeville, TN ­ d. 26 November 2004, Cookeville, TN, s/o Giles Bradford & Hattie Loraine Ray. Louise (Frazier) Bradford, d/o John Frazier & Malgia Maynard. *See William H. Bradford Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Louise Bradford, 76, of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Sat., Aug. 28, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7-9 p.m. today, Fri., Aug. 27, at the funeral home. Mrs. Bradford died on Thurs., Aug. 26, 1999, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center.

She was born on July 8, 1923, in Putnam County to the late John and Malgia Maynard Frazier. Mrs. Bradford was a retired seamstress with Wilson Sporting Goods. She was a member of First Baptist Church in Cookeville. Her family includes her husband, William H. Bradford of Cookeville; two sons and a daughter-in-law, Phillip Bradford and Tommy and Suzy Bradford, all of Cookeville; a daughter and son-in-law, Teresa and O.J. Wright of Cookeville; two brothers, Dewey Frazier of Cookeville and Theron Frazier of Phoenix, Ariz.; seven grandchildren, Julie Tallent, Tracy Murphree, Brian Bradford, Barry Bradford, Travis Bowman, Andrea Bradford, Rachel Bryant and Sara Bradford; and four great-grandchildren, Kayla Colson, Lindsay Tallent, Zachary Murphree and Braxton Bradford. In addition to her parents, she was also preceded in death by a host of brothers and sisters. Pallbearers will be Mrs. Bradford's grandchildren. Bro. Charlie Hutchinson will officiate at the services. Published August 27, 1999 10:11 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Maggie Bradford b. 31 December 1906 ­d. 13 February 1965. William H. Bradford Obt. b. 22 November 1922, Cookeville, TN ­ d. 26 November 2004, Cookeville, TN, md Louise (Frazier) Bradford, b. 8 July 1923, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 26 August 1999, Cookeville, TN, d/o John Frazier & Malgia Maynard. William H. Bradford, s/o Giles Bradford (1898-1971) & Hattie Loraine Ray (19051977). *See Hattie Loraine (Ray) Bradford buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Louise (Frazier) Bradford Obt. *See Giles Bradford buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for William H. Bradford, 82, of Cookeville will be held at 1 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 29, from the Chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4-9 p.m. today and from 11 a.m. until the time of the services at the funeral home. Mr. Bradford died on Friday, Nov. 26, 2004, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center ER. He was born Nov. 22, 1922, in Cookeville to the late Giles and Hattie (Ray) Bradford. Mr. Bradford retired after 50 years at Cream City Ice Cream Company. He was a member of the First Baptist Church and a U.S. Navy veteran of WWII.

His family includes two sons and a daughter-in-law, Phillip Bradford, and Tommy and Suzy Bradford, all of Cookeville; a daughter and son-in-law, Teresa and O.J. Wright of Cookeville; four brothers, J.B. Bradford of North Carolina, Doyle Bradford of Michigan, Bobby Bradford of Detroit, Mich., and Howard Bryant of Cookeville; a sister, Lorene Wilmoth of Nicholsville, Ky.; eight grandchildren, Julie Tallent, Tracy Murphree, Brian Bradford, Barry Bradford, Buck Bowman, Andrea Bradford, Rachel Bryant and Sara Bradford; six great-grandchildren, Kayla Colson, Lindsay Tallent, Braxton Bradford, Zachary Murphree, Camden Bradford and Will Bradford. In addition to his parents, Mr. Bradford was preceded in death by his wife, Louise Bradford; a sister, Louise Hall; and three brothers, Jimmy, Junior and Joe Harvey Bradford. Pallbearers will be Dallas Frazier, Brian Murphree, grandchildren and other family members. Honorary pallbearers will be Glen Whittaker, W.R. Whitaker, Theron Frazier and John Kobus. Pastor Steve Warren will officiate at the services. Published November 27, 2004 7:03 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Anella (Smith) Bradley Obt. b. 12 December 1917, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 3 June 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md Jessie Harold Bradley, b. 21 September 1918, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 9 February 1955, Carthage, Smith Co., TN, (Tennessee RDM3 USNR WWII), s/o Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradley. Anella (Smith) Bradley, d/o James Bryant Smith & Fannie Isabell Allen. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Anella S. Bradley, 94, of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, June 6, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 5, and from 7 a.m. until time of services on Wednesday at the funeral home. Mrs. Bradley died 12:50 a.m. on Sunday, June 3, 2012, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Anella S. Bradley was born Dec. 12, 1917, in Putnam County to the late James Bryant and Fannie Isabell (Allen) Smith. Mrs. Bradley was the owner of Bradley Amusement and Bradley Realty. She was a member of Post Oak Presbyterian Church. Her family includes her son and daughter-in-law, Larry and Linda Bradley of Saint Augustine, Fla., and her grandson and his wife, Mark and Annette Bradley of Walterboro, S.C. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by he husband, Harold Bradley. Larry Wilmoth will officiate at the services. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (931) 526-2151. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 5 June 2012 Clarence Eugene Bradley Obt. b. 3 December 1924, Smith Co., TN ­d. 3 June 2003, md on the 11th of November 1949, Putnam Co., TN to Betty Sue (Johnson) Bradley. Clarence Eugene Bradley, s/o Jesse Walter Bradley & Hattie Mae Peacock.

*See John Michael Bradley buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 465: Clarence Eugene Bradley married 11 November 1949, Putnam Co., TN, age 24, b. 3 December 1924, address: Rt. 1, Cookeville, TN to Betty Sue Johnson, age 21, b. 10 March 1928, address: Rt. 5, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Hershel J. Johnson, Rt. 5, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE -- A memorial service for Brigadier General Clarence Eugene Bradley, 78, of Richmond, Va., will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, June 9, at Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 10:30-11 a.m. on Monday at the funeral home. General Bradley died on Tuesday, June 3, 2003. He was born on Dec. 3, 1924, in Smith County to the late Jesse Walter and Hattie Mae Peacock Bradley. He began his professional career with the VFW. He later accepted a position with the FBI under J. Edgar Hoover. General Bradley served in the military a total of 37 years, first as a veteran of the Pacific Theater of World War II, then in the Washington, D.C., Army National Guard, and full-time duty with the Virginia Army National Guard, where he retired as Brigadier General in 1981. After retiring from the military, he worked for the Henrico County Division of Police. He was an active member of Welborne United Methodist Church since 1966. His family includes his wife of 53 years, Betty Sue Johnson Bradley; a son and daughter-in-law, Walter Russell and Diana Bradley of Alexandria, Va.; a daughter, Patricia Jean Bradley Williams of Richmond; and four grandchildren, Jeremiah Bradley and wife Jennifer, John and Joseph Bradley, and Caroline Williams. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a son, John Michael Bradley. Published June 06, 2003 1:14 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Jessie Harold Bradley Obt. b. 21 September 1918, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 9 February 1955, Carthage, Smith Co., TN, (Tennessee RDM3 USNR WWII), md Anella (Smith) Bradley, d/o James Bryant Smith & Fannie Isabell Allen. Jessie Harold Bradley, s/o Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bradley. *See Anella (Smith) Bradley Obt. Harold Bradley Dies Of Wreck Injuries: Harold Bradley, 37, Cookeville business man died about 3:30 a.m. Wednesday of injuries received in a highway accident near Carthage last Saturday afternoon. The accident happened when the pick-up truck Bradley was driving went out of control and hit the side of a concrete bridge near the sulphur well west of Carthage. He suffered a brain concussion and his legs were broken in several places in addition to other injuries, it was reported. He was operator of Bradley Amusement Co. here. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Friday at the Cookeville Methodist Church with the pastor Dr. Bruce Strother officiating. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The body will remain at the funeral home until 1:00 p. m., Friday.

Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Walter Bradley, his wife, Mrs. Anella Smith Bradley, one son, Larry Bradley and three brothers, Robert Henry of Texas; Eugene of Washington D. C. and Howard of Detroit. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 10 February 1955. John Michael Bradley b. 11 March 1956 ­d. 19 November 1969, s/o Clarence Eugene Bradley & Betty Sue Johnson. *See Clarence Eugene Bradley Obt. Reba (Lane) Bradley Obt. b. 12 May 1921, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 30 January 2011, md Walter Howard Bradley, b. 21 September 1918- d. 6 April 1992, (Tec 4 U. S. Army WWII). Reba (Lane) Bradley, d/o Luther S. Lane & Alba Daily. *See Walter Howard Bradley buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Reba Lane Bradley, 89, of Cookeville, were held at 1 p.m. today, Tuesday, Feb. 1, at Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Bradley died Sunday, Jan. 30, 2011, in Bethesda Nursing Home. She was born May 12, 1921, in Overton County to the late Luther S. and Alba Daily Lane. Mrs. Bradley was a member of Willow Avenue Church of Christ. Her family includes a brother and sister-in-law, Fred and Fae Lane of Newnan, Ga.; a sister, Lorene Younger of Cookeville; three sisters-in-law, Anella Bradley of Cookeville, Betty Sue Bradley of Richmond, Va., and Mary Lou Lane of Sterling Heights, Mich.; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Walter Howard Bradley; five brothers, Ivan, John Everette, Dulphas, Bill and Robert Lane; and a sister, Betty Lane. Pallbearers will be Kevin and Justin Younger, Adrian, Andy, Alan and Johnny Lane and Donnie Powell. Bro. Jim Blankenship will officiate at the services. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: 1 February 2011 Walter Howard Bradley b. 21 September 1918- d. 6 April 1992, (Tec 4 U. S. Army WWII), md to Reba (Lane) Bradley, b. 12 May 1921, Overton Co., TN ­d. 30 January 2011, d/o Luther S. Lane & Alba Daily. *See Reba (Lane) Bradley Obt. William E. "Bill" Branch Obt. b. 3 April 1928, Tuscaloosa, AL ­ d. 25 September 2001, Cookeville, TN, md Claudine (Johnson) Branch. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for William E. "Bill" Branch, 73, of Cookeville will be held Friday, September 28, at 11 a.m. at Cookeville First Baptist Church. Burial, with military honors conducted by the Veteran's Honor Guard, will be at Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends Thursday, September 27, from 6-9 p.m. at Hopper and Huddleston Funeral Home and on Friday at 10 a.m. until time of services at the church.

Mr. Branch died Tuesday, September 25, 2001, at his home. He was born April 3, 1928, in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Mr. Branch was an active member of the Cookeville First Baptist Church, serving as Deacon for a number of years. His family includes his wife of over 50 years, Claudine Johnson Branch; three daughters and two sons-inlaw, Beverly and Joel Maggart of Stone Mountain, Ga., Brenda Branch of Sparta and Becky and Bob Spilman of Memphis; six grandchildren, Kristin King of Doraville, Ga., Jake, Luke and Matthew Maggart of Stone Mountain, Ga., and Kellie and Kasey Spilman of Memphis. Pallbearers will be Gene Caldwell, Henry Shelby, David Mullinax, James Seay Brown, Wallace Prescott, Drue Huffines, Willie Smith, Scott Kendrick, and Jacob and Luke Maggart. Honorary pallbearers will be Fellowship Sunday Class at Cookeville First Baptist Church. Memorial contributions may be made to the Building Fund at Cookeville Baptist Church; The American Cancer Society or the Lazarus House Hospice by contacting the funeral home. Dr. Randall L. Adkisson and Rev. Charlie Hutchinson will officiate at the services. Published September 26, 2001 10:43 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Christina Brandybaker b. 1975 ­d. 1980. Hubert Lee Braswell Obt. b. 18 July 1926, DeKalb Co., TN ­d. 28 December 2009, TN, md on the 7th of June 1952, Putnam Co., TN to Bobbie Jean (Johnson) Braswell, 19 March 1931. Hubert Lee Braswell, s/o Shelah Braswell & Maurine Johnson. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Hubert Lee Braswell married 7 June 1952, Putnam Co., TN, age 21, b. 18 July 1926, address: 406 Short, Cookeville, TN to Bobbie Jean Johnson, age 21, b. 19 March 1931, address: S. Cedar, Cookeville, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Robert Johnson, S. Cedar, Cookeville, Name of parent, guardian of next of kin of male: Shelah Braswell, 406 Short, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Hubert Lee Braswell, 83, of Cookeville, will be held Thursday, Dec. 31, at 11 a.m. at Stevens Street Baptist Church. Burial will be in Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends today, Wednesday, Dec. 30, from 4-8 p.m. at the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home and Thursday, Dec. 31, from 9 a.m. until time of services at the church. Mr. Braswell died Monday, Dec. 28, 2009, at Masters Health Care Center. He was born July 18, 1926, in Dekalb County to the late Shelah and Maurine Johnson Braswell. Mr. Braswell was retired from Coca Cola Bottling Company where he served as an accountant. He was a charter member of Stevens Street Baptist Church. His family includes a brother and sister-in-law, Paul and Bettie Braswell of Cookeville; three sisters and two brothers-in-law, Jean Herron and Betty and Jimmy Harris, all of Cookeville, and Loretta and George Inglis of Arrington; and a very special friend, Ilene Philips. In addition to his parents, Mr. Braswell was preceded in death by his wife, Bobbie Jean; a brother, James Braswell; and two sisters, Helen Ruth Randolph and Marie McNeely. Pallbearers will be Michael, Ricky and Randy Braswell, Kenny and Tommy Randolph, Scott Herron, Mark Inglis, Brent Harris and Billy Car.

Honorary pallbearers will be the Senior Citizen Singers. Memorial donations may be made to the Stevens Street Baptist Church Building Fund. Bros. Jimmy Arms and Tim Frank will officiate the services. Wednesday, Dec 30, 2009: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: William Vick Braswell b. 17 February 1901, Cannon Co., TN ­d. 18 November 1940, md on the 8th of January 1925, Overton Co., TN to Lucy (Greenwood) Braswell, b. ca. 1900, TN, d/o Bynam Greenwood & Daisy Loftis. William Vick Brawwell, s/o James " Jim" Braswell & Hattie Davis. William Vick Braswell, (Baptist) William Vick Braswell' mother, sister and brother all of Murfreesboro. Sisters: Mrs. Sam Stephens and Mrs. s James Daniel, brothers: James, Jr., Frank and Robert Braswell). *See Aileen Greenwood Obt. *See Potter Monroe Greenwood buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Leon Reeves buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. DC Certificate Number: 25958 Deceased Name: William Vick Braswell Date of Birth: 17 Feb 1901 Place of Birth: Cannon County Date of Death: 18 Nov 1940 Father: Jim Braswell Place of Birth: DeKalb County Mother: Hattie Davis Place of Birth: DeKalb County Spouse: Lucy Braswell Cemetery: City Cemetery (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Overton Co., TN, pg. 341: W. V. Braswell married 8 January 1925, Overton Co., TN to Lucy Greenwood). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 288 - Bynam Greenwood is head of household, 32 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: US Mail Carrier Rural Route, md 11 yrs. to Daisy, 27 yrs. old. TN, 3 children born, 3 children living. Children: Ruth, 10 yrs. old; Lucy, 5 yrs.old & Joe Greenwood, 15/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., W. Broad St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 112-192- Bynam Greenwood is head of household, 42 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: US Mail Carrier Rural Route, md Daisy, 37 yrs,.old, TN. Children: Ruby Reeves,dau., 20 yrs. old, md; Leon Reeves, son-in-law, 22 yrs. old, TN; Leon Reeves Jr., 1/12 yrs. old; Lucy Greenwood, 14 yrs. old; Joseph Greenwood, 10 yrs. old & Allison Greenwood, 6 yrs. old. All born in TN). John Thomas Bratton Jr. 3 May 1911 ­ d. 13 February 1985, (S.A.R.), md on the 26th of July 1941, Putnam Co., TN to Felice (Burch) Bratton, b. 26 November 1914 ­d. 22 October 1976, both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: 26 July 1941, Putnam Co., TN: John Thomas Bratton Jr. married 26 July 1941, Putnam Co., TN, age 30, address: 2239 Lowell Ave, Louisville, KY to Felice Burch, age 26, address: Algood, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: C. L. Burch). Lizzie Brazzell Obt. Mrs. Lizzie Brazzell, aged 48, died at her home, 1 mile west of Cookeville last Tuesday morning, from an attack of influenza. Her remains were buried in the city cemetery Wednesday. Mrs. Brazzell was a native of Jackson county, but had lived here with her daughter Mrs. Wheeler for the past two years. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 9 February 1922.

Carrie (High) Breeding b. 2 July 1909, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 12 December 1928, d/o Dave L. High & Willie Conditt. Carrie (High) Breeding md William Breeding. They had one daughter named Jean Conditt Breeding who md a Mr. Butler in 1949. *See Willie (Conditt) High Obt. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 138 ­Dave L. High is head of household, 27 yrs. old, Occupation: Sawyer Column Factory, md 6 yrs. to Willie, 24 yrs. old, TN, 2 children born, 2 children living. Children: Dewitt, 4 yrs.old, TN & Carrie High, 9/12 yrs. old, TN). Cynthia Ann (Mills) Breeding Obt. b. 24 October 1864, Putnam Co., TN­d. 11 November 1947, Putnam Co., TN, md Ruben Marley Breeding, b. 30 April 1858, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 27 November 1934, s/o Joe Breeding & Sallie Whitson. Cynthia Ann (Mills) Breeding, d/o William Mills & Ann Barnes. *See Ruben Marley Breeding buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. for Mrs. Cynthia Ann Breeding, 83, who died Tuesday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hershel Carr, in Cookeville, after a long illness. Services were conducted at the Cookeville Cumberland Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Tom Ferell, assisted by the Rev. G. C. McIlwain, the Rev. Dow Ensor, and the Rev. Scott Johnson. Burial was in City Cemetery. She was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Breeding was a member of a prominent pioneer family of Putnam County, the daughter of the late William and Ann Barnes Mills. She was the wife of Reuben Breeding who died several years ago. Mrs. Breeding was reared on the farm, and in her early life helped her father run a grist mill. She clung to the idea that hard work was a healthy thing. In addition to her daughter, Mrs. Breeding is survived by three other daughters, Mrs. Frank Cumby, Mrs. Sam McCulley, both of Cookeville, and Mrs. Oscar Griggs, Ripley; three sons, Hop Breeding of Cookeville, Bob Breeding of Detroit, MI, and Jere Breeding of Granite, OK. Mrs. Breeding is the last member of a family of 10. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 13 November 1947. John C. Breeding b. 7 May 1888 ­ d. 27 August 1908, s/o Ruben Marley Breeding & Cynthia Ann Mills. John C. Breeding, single, shot and killed. *See Cynthia Ann (Mills) Breeding Obt. *See Ruben Marley Breeding buried in Cookeville City Cemetery *See Wiley R. Breeding buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 11 ­M. Breeding is head of household, 41 yrs. old, b. August 1858, TN md 15 yrs. to Cynthia, 35 yrs. old, b. October 1864, TN, 6 children born, 6 children living. Children: Jennie, 14 yrs. old, b. July 1885; John, 12 yrs. old, b. May 1888; Hopp, 9 yrs. old, b. January 1891; Minnie, 5 yrs. old, b. October 1894; Willie, 3 yrs. old, b. October 1896 & Jere B. Breeding, 1 yr. old b. July 1899. All born in TN).

Jimmy Joe Breeding Obt. b. 5 July 1885, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 26 November 1905, s/o Ruben Marley Breeding & Cynthia Ann Mills. BREEDING, JIMMY J.: One of the saddest deaths of recent occurrence in this community was that of Jimmy J. Breeding last Saturday night, Nov. 25, 1905. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Breeding and about 20 years of age. Jimmy was popular with his associates, a bright, honorable young man. The Herald joins with the entire community in extending heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family in their hour of affliction. [Date11/29/1905, Vol. III, No. 43, Page 1] *See Cynthia Ann (Mills) Breeding Obt. *See Ruben Marley Breeding buried in Cookeville City Cemtery. *See Wiley R. Breeding buried in Cookville City Cemetery. *See Wiley R. Breeding buried in Cookville City Cemetery. *See Dimple (Breeding) McCulley Obt. Nancy Janie (Ford) Breeding Obt. b. 22 July 1897 ­ d. 24 July 1980, md on the 16th of December 1934, Putnam Co., TN to General Washington Breeding, b. 8 June 1904 ­d. 17 February 1993. Janie (Ford) Breeding, d/o Johnnie Ford & Naomi Phy. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 389, docket #3, pg. 226: General Washington Breeding married 16 December 1934, Putnam Co., TN, age 32, address: Cookeville, TN to Nancy Jane Ford, age 37, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian of next of kin of female: Mrs. Oma Ford). COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Janie Ford Breeding, 83, will be conducted from the chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home Saturday, July 26, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. C. E. Clay, the Rev. Bob Pharris and the Rev. Eddie Haynes officiating. Mrs. Breeding died July 24 in the local hospital following an extended illness. She was a retired nurse at Cookeville General Hospital. She was a native of Putnam County, the daughter of the late Johnnie and Naomi Phy Ford. Survivors include her husband, General Breeding; a daughter, Mrs. Naomi Stover of Cookeville; two granddaughters, Mrs. Judith Ann High of Nashville and Johnna Lynne Egbert of Cookeville; a sister, Mrs. Ovella F. Phillips of Cookeville. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 25 July 1980. Ruben Marley Breeding b. 30 April 1858, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 27 November 1934, md Cynthia Ann (Mills) Breeding, b. 24 October 1864, Putnam Co., TN­ d. 11 November 1947, Putnam Co., TN. Ruben M. Breeding, s/o Joe Breeding & Sallie Whitson. Cynthia Ann (Mills) Breeding, William Mills & Ann Barnes, member of prominent pioneer family. Presbyterian. Daughters: Mrs. Hershel Carr, Mrs. Frank Cumby, Mrs. Sam McCulley, of Cookeville, TN, Mrs. Oscar Griggs of Ripley, TN ­Sons: Hop of Cookeville, Bob of Detroit, MI & Jere Breeding of Granite, OK. She is the last of her parents family of 10. `How Desolate Our Home Bereft of Thee' *See Cynthia Ann (Mills) Breeding Obt. *See Willie R. Breeding buried in Cookville City Cemetery. *See John C. Breeding buried in Cookville City Cemetery.

*See Dimple (Breeding) McCulley Obt. *See Hershell Carr buried in Cookville City Cemetery. *See Thomas Frank Cumby buried in Cookville City Cemetery. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 11 ­M. Breeding is head of household, 41 yrs. old, b. August 1858, TN md 15 yrs. to Cynthia, 35 yrs. old, b. October 1864, TN, 6 children born, 6 children living. Children: Jennie, 14 yrs. old, b. July 1885; John, 12 yrs. old, b. May 1888; Hopp, 9 yrs. old, b. January 1891; Minnie, 5 yrs. old, b. October 1894; Willie, 3 yrs. old, b. October 1896 & Jere B. Breeding, 1 yr. old b. July 1899. All born in TN). Ruben Marley Breeding b. -----, TN d. 27 Nov 1934 Age: 77y Father: Joe Breeding, TN Mother: Sallie Whitson, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #25892, Putnam Co., TN Cynthia Ann Breeding b. 24 Oct 1864, Putnam Co., TN d. 11 Nov 1947 Cause of Death: Uremia due to Chronic nephritis Informant: Mrs. Sam McCulley, Cookeville, TN Father: William Mills Mother: Ann Barnes Spouse: Reuben Breeding Undertaker: Whitson Funeral Home, Cookeville, TN #27532, Putnam Co., TN Rush Breeding b. 29 March 1895, TN ­d. 19 December 1979, s/o Martha Breeding. (SS Death Index: Name: RUSH BREEDING Birth: 04 Dec 1893 - Death: Jun 1973­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 412-84-3924, TN) (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 289 ­Martha M. Breeding is head of household, 43 yrs. old, TN, widow, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Rush, 16 yrs. old; Thurman, 12 yrs. old; Billie, 10 yrs. old & General W. Breeding, 8 yrs. old. All born in TN). Stella F. Breeding b. 29 March 1895 ­d. 19 December 1979. (SS Death Index: Name: STELLA BREEDING Birth: 29 Mar 1895 Death: Dec 1979­ Last Residence: (Memphis, Shelby, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 412-84-3925, TN) Thurman Breeding b. 22 February 1897, TN ­ d. 2 March 1961, md on the 26th of July 1925, Putnam Co., TN to Dimple (Nichols) Breeding, b. 1 October 1903 ­d. April 1984. *See Rush Breeding buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 303, #3066: Thurman Breeding married 26 July 1925, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Dimple Nichols. By whom married: Sam Edwards, pastor). (SS Death Index: Name: DIMPLE BREEDING Birth: 01 Oct 1903 - Death: Apr 1984­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 415-20-3186, TN)

(1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 289 ­Martha M. Breeding is head of household, 43 yrs. old, TN, widow, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Rush, 16 yrs. old; Thurman, 12 yrs. old; Billie, 10 yrs. old & General W. Breeding, 8 yrs. old. All born in TN). Willie R. Breeding b. 7 October 1896, TN ­d. 23 April 1917, TN, s/o Reuben Marley Breeding & Cynthia Ann Mills. *See Reuben Marley Breeding buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 11 ­M. Breeding is head of household, 41 yrs. old, b. August 1858, TN md 15 yrs. to Cynthia, 35 yrs. old, b. October 1864, TN, 6 children born, 6 children living. Children: Jennie, 14 yrs. old, b. July 1885; John, 12 yrs. old, b. May 1888; Hopp, 9 yrs. old, b. January 1891; Minnie, 5 yrs. old, b. October 1894; Willie, 3 yrs. old, b. October 1896 & Jere B. Breeding, 1 yr. old b. July 1899. All born in TN). Will Breeding b. -----, TN d. 23 Apr 1917 Age: abt 20y Cause of Death: Typhoid Fever Attended by: Z. L. Shipley Father: Reubin Breeding, TN Mother: Ann Mills, TN Undertaker: Jere Whitson Hardware, Cookeville, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #421, 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN Carrie (Bussell) Brewington b. 17 October 1911 ­d. 22 June 1965. Dillard Lee Brewington b. 4 March 1911 ­d. 2 September 1965. Woodrow A. Bright Obt. b. 13 January 1913 ­d. 12 December 1980, md Gladys (unknown) Bright. Woodrow A. Bright, s/o Joe C. Bright & Maude Lord. (SS Death Index: Name: WOODROW BRIGHT Birth: 13 January 1913 ­ Death: December 1980­ Last Residence: (Baxter, Putnam Co., TN, 38501) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 404-18-4192, KY) BAXTER ­Funeral services for Woodrow A. Bright, 67, of Baxter, will be held December 14 at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Mr. Bright died Dec. 12 at Cookeville General Hospital following a long illness. He was a retired pipe worker. Born in Cumberland County, he was the son of the late Joe C. Bright and Maude Lord Bright. He is survived by his wife, Gladys Bright of Baxter; two sons, Woodrow Bright Jr. and Joe C. Bright, of Baxter; three daughters, Sarah Bright, Pauline Bright and Leila Bright, of Baxter; and five nieces. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: 12 December 1980

Faye Elizabeth (Herren) Farley Brindley Obt. b. 25 January 1926, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 9 June 2008, Baxter, TN, md 1st on the 12th of May 1945, Putnam Co., TN to Hugh Lee Farley ­md 2nd Ben Brindley. Faye Elizabeth (Herren) Farley Brindley, d/o Verbel Herren Sweat & Laura Ann Sweat. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg, 344: Hugh Lee Farley married 12 May 1945, Putnam Co., TN to Fay Herren, age 19, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: blank). BAXTER -- Funeral services for Faye Elizabeth Brindley, 82, of Baxter, will be held Wednesday, June 11, at 1 p.m. from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends today, Tuesday, June 10, from 5-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Mrs. Brindley died Monday, June 9, 2008, at her residence. She was born Jan. 25, 1926, in Putnam County to the late Verble Herren and Laura Ann Sweat. Mrs. Brindley was retired from Acme Boot Company. She was a homemaker. Her family includes her husband, Ben Brindley; a daughter, Barbara Farley Hughes of Cookeville; a sister, Jo Bell of Holdenville, Okla.; a brother, Winnell Herren of Lewisburg; a grandson, Russell Hughes of Aiken, S.C.; and a stepgranddaughter, Carina Hughes Freeman of Nashville. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Brindley was preceded in death by her first husband, Hugh Lee Farley; a brother, Willard Herren; and four sisters, Zel Kozak, Reba and Etha Jones and Florine Tucker. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Dyer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Tuesday, Jun 10, 2008: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Alene (Jones) Britt Obt. b. 6 November 1924, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 14 March 2012, Algood, Putnam Co., TN, md Joseph C. Britt Jr. Alene (Jones) Britt, d/o Virgil C. Jones & Althea Peek. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Alene Britt, 87, of Baxter, will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 18, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. on Saturday, March 17, at the funeral home. Mrs. Britt died Wednesday, March 14, 2012, in Masters Health Care Center in Algood, where she had been a resident for several years. She was born Nov. 6, 1924, in Putnam County to the late Virgil C. Jones and Althea Peek Jones. Mrs. Britt worked for the Happy Haven Children's Home and in the Putnam County Circuit Court Clerk's office for several years before her retirement. Her husband, Joe, also served Church of Christ churches in the area as a minister. She was faithful as a Sunday school teacher. She was a member of Bethlehem Church of Christ. Her family includes her husband, Joseph C. Britt Jr., and several nieces and nephews.

Bro. Doyle Wilmoth will officiate at the services. Dyer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (931) 526-7158. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Albert L. " Buck"Brodgon Obt. b. 30 June 1879, near Gentry, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 21 February 1935, Nashville, TN, md Bettie Jane (Montgomery) Brogdon, b. 10 December 1881, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 27 January 1958, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, d/o John Wesley Montgomery & Martha Fields. Albert L. Brogdon, brother of Oscar Brogdon. Albert L. Brodgon created the Cookeville Boys Band. And for four years 13 to 20 highschool boys played at county fairs, political rallies, parades, restaurants and afternoon concerts on the courthouse square in Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN. *See Bettie Jane (Montgomery) Brogdon Obt. *See The ` Boys Band"Lives On. *See Oscar Dow Brodgon buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Funeral serevices for Albert L. Brogdon, 56, better known as " Buck" will be conducted at the Cookeville , Methodist church Friday afternoon by the pastor, the Rev. Dean Stroud. Burial will take place in the City cemetery. Mr. Brodgon died in Nashville at 3:30 o' clock this morning enroute to his home here from Woodman, Colo., where he had been for treatment. He had been ill and in bad health for about four years. Members of the Woodmen of America and the Junior Order of United American Mechanics, of which he was a member, will have charge of services at the grave. Mr. Brogdon was a native of Putnam county, having been born and reared near Gentry. He had been an employee of the postoffice here for the past 18 years, and was well and favorably known in Cookeville and throughout Putnam county. He had held almost every office in the local Modern Woodman camp. He was chaplain of the Jr. O.U.A.M. at the time of his death. Mr. Brogdon was also a member of the Methodist church. Two years ago he went to Colorado for his health, and stayed for a period of several months and returned home greatly improved. He returned to Colorado a few weeks ago, and was on his way home when he died. His son, Albert W. Brogdon, was with him at his death. He is survived by his widow, Betty Montgomery Brogdon, and his son. Other survivors are three brothers, Bob, of Oklahoma; Willie, of Carthage, and Oscar of Cookeville and a sister, Mrs. Albert Walker, of Washington, D. C. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 21 February 1935. Bettie Jane (Montgomery) Brogdon Obt. b. 10 December 1881, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 27 January 1958, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md Albert L. " Buck" Brodgon, b. 30 June 1879, near Gentry, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 21 February 1935, Nashville, TN. Bettie Jane (Montgomery) Brogdon, d/o John Wesley Montgomery & Martha Fields. Funeral services for Mrs. Bettie Jane Brogdon, 76, who died at Cookeville General Hospital Monday afternoon, will be held Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Whitson funeral home. The Rev. James R. Cox, officiated. Burial was in Cookeville city cemetery.

Mrs. Brogdon was the widow of Albert L. " Buck"Brogdon, who died in 1935. She was a native of Putnam county and was a daughter of the late John Wesley Montgomery and Martha Fields Montgomery. She was a member of the Methodist church and the Royal Neighbors of America. She was a saleswoman for McMurry' store until her retirement several years ago. s Survivors include a son, Albert W. Brogdon, Tompkinsville, KY; four brothers, Fate Montgomery, Cookeville, Filmore Montgomery, Garmi, IL, Ethel Montgomery, Detroit, MI, and Will Montgomery, Milwaukee, WI, and two grandsons, Lt. Albert M. Douglas Brogdon, Tompkinsville. The Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Wednesday, 15 January 1958. Bettie Jane (Montgomery) Brogdon Obt.#2 Funeral services for Mrs. Bettie Jane Brogdon, 76, were conducted Wednesdy morning at 10:00 o' clock in the chapel of Whitson Funeral home with the Rev. James Reed Cox, pastor of the First Methodist church, and the Rev. Hall Barrett, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville City cemetery. Mrs. Brogdon' death occurred, Monday afternoon at the Cookeville General hospital, following a long s illness. Widow of Albert L. " Buck"Brogdon, whose death occurred in 1935, she was a native of Putnam County, daughter of the late John Wesley and Martha Wields Montgomery. For many years she had made her home on S. Walnut avenue. She was a member of the Methodist church and of the Royal Neighbors of America, and held a position with McMurry and Co., for a long period of time retiring only a few years ago. In her business, religious, and home associations she had a wide circle of friends. Surviving are a son, Albert W. Brogdon, Tompkinsville, KY, four brothers, Fate Montgomery, Cookeville, Filmore Montgomery, Garmi, IL, Ethel Montgomery, Detroit, Will Montgomery, Milwaukee, and two grandsons, Lt. Albert M. Brogdon, Leominister, MA, and Douglas Brogdon, Tompkinsville. Mrs. W. G. Johnson of Childress, TX, is here for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. M. M. Rucker, and Mr. Rucker at their apartment on Dixie avenue. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Monday, 10 January 1958. Herbert B. Brodgon b. 19 October 1912 ­d. 16 December 1943, (Tenn Pvt. 40 O M Grave Regt). Oscar Dow Brodgon b. 19 February 1889 ­d. 11 June 1939, md Pearl (Goolsby) Brodgon, b. 10 September 1893 ­d. 10 April 1965. *See Albert L. " Buck"Brodgon Obt. Margie (Taylor) Brogdon Obt. b. 23 April 1917, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 15 March 2002, Cookeville, TN, md Robert A. Brogdon. Margie (Raylor) Brogdon, d/o William Bedford & Fornia Dillon. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Margie Brogdon, 84, of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 17, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery.

The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. on Saturday, March 16; and from noon until time of services on Sunday, March 17, at the funeral home. Mrs. Brogdon died today, Friday, March 15, 2002, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born on April 23, 1917, in Jackson County to the late William Bedford and Fronia Dillon Taylor. Mrs. Brogdon was a factory worker for Wilson Sporting Goods. She was a member of Willow Avenue Church of Christ. Her family includes a son, Bill and Phyllis Brogdon of Cookeville; a brother, Alfred Taylor of Loudon County; and a sister, Bessie Bailes of Lenoir City. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Robert A. Brogdon; two brothers, Herman and Robert Taylor; and a sister, Beulah Kemp. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Bro. Ken Burton will officiate at the services. Published March 15, 2002 10:22 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Gladys Doane Brooks b. 30 October 1900 ­d. 29 November 1954. Alberdie " Birdie"(Wade) Brown b. 15 September 1889, Smith Co., TN ­d. 23 November 1945, md on the 6th of October 1914, Smith Co., TN to George Brown, b. 13 June 1887 ­ d. 28 March 194, (Sgt US Army WWI), Alberdie " Birdie" (Wade) Brown, d/o Rufe Wade. *See George Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Funeral services for Mrs. Birdie Wade Brown, 56, wife of George Brown, were conducted Saturday afternoon at the First Baptist Church, with the pastor, Rev. Bob Ramsay, officiating. Mrs. Brown' death occurred on Friday, November 23, at her home north of Cookeville, following an s illness of many months. A native of Smith County, she was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Wade, and had been a member of the Caney Fork Baptist Church since she was 14 years of age. She was married 22 years ago to Mr. Brown, and since that time, had been a resident of Cookeville. Burial was in the Cookeville cemetery. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Brown is survived by an adopted son, James Thomas Brown. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 22 November 1945. Alene (Vickers) Brown Obt. b. 26 August 1921, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 2 January 2003, Cookeville, TN, md on the 10th of September 1938, Putnam Co., TN to Leo D. Brown, b. 11 February 1916, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 4 July 2006, Cookeville, TN, s/o Charlie Brown & Ruel Rodgers. Alene (Vickers) Brown, d/o William Claude Vickers & Flora Bandy. *See Leo D. Brown Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Leo Brown married 10 September 1938, Putnam Co., TN, age 23, address: Bloomington Springs, TN to Alene Vickers, age 22, address: Baxter, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Claude Vickers, Baxter, TN).

COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Alene Vickers Brown, 81, of Cookeville, will be held Saturday, Jan. 4, at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will follow in the Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Friday, Jan. 3, from 5-9 p.m. Mrs. Brown died today, Jan. 2, 2003, at her home. Born on Aug. 26, 1921, in Putnam County, she was the daughter of the late William Claude and Flora Bandy Vickers. Mrs. Brown was co-owner of Whitson Funeral Home and a member of the Washington Avenue Baptist Church. Her family includes her husband of 64 years, Leo Brown of Cookeville; one son and daughter-in-law, David and Wilma Brown of Cookeville; one daughter and son-in-law, Peggy and Jack Mattson of Cookeville; four grandchildren, Mark Mattson, Kristi Jared, Kyle Brown and Kim Dyer; two greatgrandsons; six great-granddaughters; and a devoted caregiver, Wanell Goolsby. Pallbearers will be Mark Mattson, Kyle Brown, Kenny Dyer, Bennett Jared, Bill and Bob Vickers, Ernest Hilton Brown and Bill and Willard Marlow. Honorary pallbearers will be the Ladies Joy Class at Washington Avenue Baptist Church. Rev. Mark Gaw will officiate at the services. Published January 02, 2003 11:55 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Alice M. (Matheny) Brown b. 17 June 1860, TN ­d. 11 June 1948, d/o Thomas Matheny & Emiline Simms. *See Nora L. Matheny buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1870 census 15th Civil Dist., Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 20 ­William Hatfield is head of household, 30 yrs. old, TN md to Emeline, 35 yrs. old, TN. Children: Martin, 8 yrs. old; Joseph, 6 yrs. old; John, 4 yrs. old; James, 2 yrs. old & Mary Hatfield, 2 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Nancy Mathena, 16 yrs. old, TN, Nora Mathena, 14 yrs. old & Alice Mathena, 10 yrs. old. All born in TN). Altha Mira (Fox) Brown Obt. b. 5 December 1859, Hamilton Co., TN ­ d. 11 September 1940, Putnam Co., TN, md James Madison Brown, b. 3 April 1854, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 17 July 1934, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Josiah Brown & Elizabeth Goolsby. Althea Mira (Fox) Brown, d/o John B. & Martha Jane Fox. *See James Madison Brown Obt. Funeral services for Mrs. J. M. Brown, 80, were held at the First Baptist Church this afternoon at 2:30 o' clock, conducted by her pastor, the Rev. Harold Stephens. Burial was in the City Cemetery. After a lingering illness, Mrs. Brown' death occurred Wednesday morning at her home on Whitson Street. s She was a devout Christian and life-long member of the Cookeville Baptist Church where she was affectionately known as " Mother Brown." Mrs. Brown was the daughter of the late John and Mary Jane Fox of Jackson County but had been a resident of Putnam County since her marriage ot J. M. Brown who preceeded her in death six years ago.

Survivors are eight daughters, Mrs. W. V. Massa, Mrs. Norman Massa, Mrs. Dillard Massa, Mrs. Mattie Carr, Mrs. Jasper Terry, all of Cookeville; Mrs. G. D. McReynolds, Springfield; Mrs. S. G. Presley and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell of Hooker, Okla., also fifteen grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 12 September 1940. DC Certificate Number: 21518 Deceased Name: Altha Mira Fox Brown Date of Birth: 5 Dec 1859 Place of Birth: Hamilton County Date of Death: 11 Sep 1940 Father: John B. Fox Place of Birth: VA Mother: Martha Jane Fox Place of Birth: VA Spouse: James M. Brown Cemetery: City Cemetery Arless Dero Brown Obt. b. 4 August 1894, TN ­ d. 20 May 1979, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 4th of March 1923, Putnam Co., TN to Wincie (Medley) Brown, b. 14 December 1898, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 8 March 1989, d/o James High Medley (1871-1944) & Margaret Elizabeth " Betty" Leftwich (1877-1947). Arless Dero Brown, s/o Thomas E. " Dock"(U. T.) Brown & Scynthia Carrington. Arless D. & Wincie Brown had a daughter named Betty Cynthia Brown, b. 4 Mar. 1929, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 9 Mar. 1988, md John Claude Darwin Jr., *See Thomas E. " Dock"(U. T.) Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Cecil C. Brown Obt. *See Charlie G. Brown & Benton Brown both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Wincie Viola (Medley) Brown Obt. *See Betty Cynthia (Brown) Darwin Obt. *See Dempsey Southard Howard buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 153, #2869: Dero Brown married 4 March 1923, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Wincie Medley. By whom married: Rev. S. E. Taylor). (SS Death Index: Name: DERO BROWN - Birth: 4 August 1894 ­ Death: May 1979 ­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-03-7403, TN) Dero Brown, former state legislator and mayor of Cookeville, who retired as executive director of the Cook Housing Authority in 1975, died yesterday at Cookeville General Hospital. He was 84. Funeral services will be held at 3:00 Tuesday at the Cookeville 1st Baptist Church with Bro. Gerald Stowe officiating. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Brown was a native of Jackson County, the son of U. T. and Scynthia Carrington Brown. He was a 1916 gradurate of Pleasant Hill Academy in Cumberland County. He began his career in the hardware and furniture business in Boma and then moved with his business to Cookeville in 1921. He ran the business until 1962. He served as mayor of Cookeville from 1950-1959, the longest term of any mayor here to date. He served as state representative in 1961-1962. He served in the position from which he retired for 14 years, ending a 50-year career in public life.

He was past president of the Lions Club, a member of the Order of the Elks and Order of Moose, and had served as Master Commander, High Priest, and Grand inspector for TN of the Free and Accepted Masons. He was also a member of the 1st Baptist Church and a past president of the Sunday School Class there. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Wincie Medley Brown, 1 daughter, Mrs. Betty Cynthia Darwin of Cookeville; 3 sisters, Mrs. Josie Presley, Mrs. Sally Rodgers, and Mrs. Velma Campbell, all of Cookeville; 3 grandchildren, Mrs. Libby Grobmyer, Betty Brown and John Darwin, 2 great grandchildren, Jack and Andy Grobmyer. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 21 May 1979, front page. (Nov. 8, 1953: Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN) They've widened it into a broad avenue, they've resurfaced it, and now this week they dedicated it too. A group of local officials was on hand when the ribbon was cut on Washington Avenue this week. On hand when the photo was snapped were County Judge Luke Medley, Mayor Dero Brown and Lt. Governor Jared Maddux. (1900 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 127 ­Dock Brown is head of household, 34 yrs. old, b. February 1866, TN md 11 yrs. to Sinthy, 31 yrs. old, b. March 1869, 6 children born, 5 children living. Children: Charley, 9 yrs. old, b. April 1891; Benton, 7 yrs. old, b. March 1893; Derough, 5 yrs. old, b. February 1895; Josie, 3 yrs. old, b. March 1897 & Sallie Brown, 1 yr., b. January 1899) (1910 census 18th Civil Dist., Bloomington Springs Town, Front Street, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 191 ­ Thomas E. Brown is head of household, 47 yrs. old, TN md 23 yrs. to Syntha S., 43 yrs. old, TN, 9 children born, 8 children living. Children: Charlie G., 18 yrs. old; Benton C., 16 yrs. old; Arless D., 14 yrs. old; Josie L., 12 yrs. old; Sallie G., 10 yrs. old; Secil C., 8 yrs. old; Minnie A., 6 yrs. old & Velma J., Brown, 2 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1930 census 1st Civil Dist., W. of Walnut St., W. Broad St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 414-257-284 ­Dero Brown is head of household, 35 yrs. old, TN (28 yr. old 1st marriage), Occupation: Clerk, Hardware Store, md to Wincie, 31 yrs. old, (24 yrs. old 1st marriage). Child: Bettie, 1 1/12 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household, Myrtle Medley, sister-in-law, 23 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Clerk " Check"Shirt Factory. Arnold F. Brown b. 7 April 1927 ­d. 24 January 1971. Beatrice (Blair) Brown Obt. b. 21 March 1920 - d. 21 January 1941, md Oliver Brown Jr. Beatrice Blair Brown, d/o Ernest Conrad Blair (1898-1984) & Mary Odem. Ernest Conrad Blair, s/o Sidney S. Shoemake (1843-1908) & Josephine " Josie"Gentry (1845-1913). *See Ernest Conners Blair Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 200: Issace Oliver Brown married 2 April 1940, Jackson Co., TN to Marie Beatrice Blair). Mrs. Beatrice Balir Brown, Jr., 20, wife of Oliver Brown Jr., died at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mary Jane Ramsey at Bloomington Springs, Tuesday night January 21, after a short illness. Funeral services were held at the Bloomington Springs Presbyterian Church by Rev. Hugh J. May pastor, with Rev. Alonzo Harris assisting. Burial was in Cookeville cemetery.

Mrs. Brown was a member of the Methodist Church at Lancaster where she made her home until her marriage. She leaves to mourn her loss besides her husband, her father, Ernest C. Blair of Wilmington, OH, her mother, Mrs. Lee Stewart, a half sister, Dimple Gentry of Cookeville and her aunt and uncle, Mrs. and Mrs. Lon Odum of Lancaster, TN. She also leaves a host of friends and relatives. Beatrice lived a beautiful Christian life and her death is deeply felt. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 30 January 1941. Benton Brown b. 18 March 1892, TN ­d. 6 December 1977, md on the 4th of November 1917, Jackson Co., TN to Nolia (Fox) Brown, b. 9 January 1896 ­ d. 28 June 1967. Benton Brown, is the son of Thomas E. " Dock" Brown, b. February 1866, TN & Syntha S. (Carrington) Brown, b. March 1869, TN. *See Thomas E. " Dock"Brown, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Charlie G. Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Arless Dero Brown Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 508: Benton Brown married 4 November 1917, Jackson Co., TN to Nola Fox). (1900 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 127 ­Dock Brown is head of household, 34 yrs. old, b. February 1866, TN md 11 yrs. to Sinthy, 31 yrs. old, b. March 1869, 6 children born, 5 children living. Children: Charley, 9 yrs. old, b. April 1891; Benton, 7 yrs. old, b. March 1893; Derough, 5 yrs. old, b. February 1895; Josie, 3 yrs. old, b. March 1897 & Sallie Brown, 1 yr., b. January 1899) (1910 census 18th Civil Dist., Bloomington Springs Town, Front Street, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 191 ­ Thomas E. Brown is head of household, 47 yrs. old, TN md 23 yrs. to Syntha S., 43 yrs. old, TN, 9 children born, 8 children living. Children: Charlie G., 18 yrs. old; Benton C., 16 yrs. old; Arless D., 14 yrs. old; Josie L., 12 yrs. old; Sallie G., 10 yrs. old; Secil C., 8 yrs. old; Minnie A., 6 yrs. old & Velma J., Brown, 2 yrs. old. All born in TN) (1920 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 106 ­Benton Brown is head of household, 27 yrs. old, TN md to Nola, 23 yrs. old, TN. Grover Brown, son, 11/12 yrs. old, TN) Bert Brown b. 23 May 1897 ­d. 11 April 1971. (SS Death Index: Name: BERT BROWN Birth: Apr 1971- Death: Jan 1982­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 377-01-2755, MI) Betty Caroline (Baker) Brown Obt. b. 17 August 1857, DeKalb Co., TN ­d. 6 December 1934, md on the 26th of December 1898, White Co., TN to William Winfield Brown, b. 12 May 1856, White Co., TN ­ d. 11 November 1937, s/o Samuel Thomas Brown & Rebecca Henry. Betty Caroline (Baker) Brown, d/o James Baker & Barla Robinson. *See William Winfield Brown Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, White Co., TN, pg. 169: William W. Brown married 26 December 1898, White Co., TN to Miss Bettie C. Baker). After an illness of several weeks, Mrs. Bettie Brown, wife of W. W. Brown, died Friday at her home on the Algood Highway. Funeral services were conducted Satuday afternoon at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, by Rev. Hugh L. Goodpasture, Rev. Sam Edwards, and Rev. R. H. Brown. Mrs. Brown was reared in White county, and with her husband moved to Cookeville about thirty-five years ago. Mr. Brown was engaged in the mercantile business in this city for about thirty years, anduntil he retired from active business a few years ago, on account of ill health.

During her long residence in this city, Mrs. Brwon had made a host of friends because of her estimable Christian character and kindness of heart. She is survived by her husband, W. W. Brown, her step-son, S. T. Brown and two sisters, Mrs. Morgan Davis, and Mrs. Mary Simrell, of this city, and a brother, Esq. William Baker of White county, and by many other relatives in Putnam and White counties. The funeral services at the Cumberland Presbyterian Church was largely attended and splendid and well desereved tributes were paid the deceased. Following the funeral services, at the church, the remains were interred in the Cookeville cemetery. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 13 December 1934 Carl Freeman Brown Obt. b. ca. 1925, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 8 October 2001, Bedford, Co., TN, md on the 14th of April 1967, Marshall, TN to Mildred Lee (Alcorn) Brown, d/o Fred Alcorn & Jessie Bartlett. Carl Freeman Brown, s/o Charlie G. Brown & Mary Ellen Fields. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Marshall Co., TN, pg. 42, #82: Carol Freeman Brown married 14 April 1967, Marshall, TN, age 41, address: Shelbyville, TN to Mildred Alcorn Melson, age 47, address: Shelbyville, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Carl Freeman Brown, 76, of Shelbyville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 11, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6-9 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 10, in Cookeville. Earlier funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 10, at Hillcrest Funeral Home in Shelbyville. Visitation will be from 5-8 p.m. today, Tuesday, Oct. 9, in Shelbyville. Mr. Brown died on Monday, Oct. 8, 2001, at Bedford County Medical Center. He was born in Putnam County to the late Charlie G. and Mary Ellen Fields Brown. Mr. Brown was former administrator of the Cookeville General Hospital and Bedford County Medical Center. He was a retired employee of Parks Pharmaceutical of Nashville. Mr. Brown was past president of the Shelbyville Civitan Club, a member of Thompson Creek Baptist Church, and served in the Army during World War II. His family includes two brothers and sisters-in-law, Earl G. and Ernestine Brown of Topeka, Kan., and Leo and Alene Brown of Cookeville; a niece, Peggy Mattson of Cookeville; three nephews, Harold, Robert and David Brown; and a host of great-nieces, nephews and great-great-nieces and nephews. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Mildred Lee Alcorn Brown. Pallbearers will be Kyle and Ernest Brown, Mark and Jack Mattson, Vestle Jacquess and J.B. Robbins. Rev. Mark Gaw will officiate at the services in Cookeville. Whitson Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Published October 09, 2001 10:16 AM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Cecil C. Brown Obt. b. 20 February 1902 ­d. 23 February 1975, Cookeville TN, md on the 9th of March 1924, Putnam Co., TN to Lera L. (Lambert) Brown, b. 15 November 1907 ­ d. 18 December 1978. Cecil C. Brown, s/o

Thomas E. " Dock"(U. T.) Brown & Scynthia Carrington. Buried next to them: Teddie Stout Brown, b. 27 June 1929 ­d. 18 April 1936, s/o Cecil C. & Lera L. Brown. *See Arless Dero Brown Obt. *See Thomas E. " Dock"(U. T.) Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 222, #2147: Cecil Brown married 9 March 1924, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Lera Lambert. By whom married: J. W. Barks, Justice of the Peace). Cecil Brown, city; retired salesman ­ Funeral services for Cecil C. Brown, 73, 234 North Maple Avenue, Cookeville, were held Feb. 25, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home, Rev. Ernest Bennett and Rev. Leroy Forgey were the officiating ministers. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Brown died February 23, 1975 at his home after an extended illness. He was the son of the late Dock and Cynthia (Carrington) Brown. Mr. Brown was a retied furniture salesman. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lera Brown, Cookeville; 3 daughters, Mrs. Auburn Brown, Mrs. Billy Steakley, Mrs. Gertis Carr Jr., all of Cookeville; 3 sisters, Mrs. Josie Presley, Mrs. Sallie Rodgers, Mrs. Velma Campbell, all of Cookeville; 3 brothers, Charlie Brown, Benton Brown, Dero Brown all of Cookeville; 8 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. Whitson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Charlie G. Brown b. 25 April 1890, TN ­ d. 23 September 1976, md 1st on the 25th of December 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Reuel (Rodgers) Brown, b. 12 November 1894 ­ d. 11 December 1918, md 2nd Mary Ellen (Fields) Brown, b. 7 February 1900, TN ­d. 30 September 1978. They are all buried in Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Charlie G. Brown is the son of Thomas E. " Dock" Brown, b. February 1866, TN & Syntha S. (Carrington) Brown, b. March 1869, TN. *See Thomas E. " Dock"(U. T.) Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Benton Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Arless Dero Brown Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg., 195, #773: Charlie Brown married 25 December 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Reuel Rodgers. By whom married: Rev. Elisha Henry). (1900 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 127 ­Dock Brown is head of household, 34 yrs. old, b. February 1866, TN md 11 yrs. to Sinthy, 31 yrs. old, b. March 1869, 6 children born, 5 children living. Children: Charley, 9 yrs. old, b. April 1891; Benton, 7 yrs. old, b. March 1893; Derough, 5 yrs. old, b. February 1895; Josie, 3 yrs. old, b. March 1897 & Sallie Brown, 1 yr., b. January 1899) (1910 census 18th Civil Dist., Bloomington Springs Town, Front Street, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 191 ­ Thomas E. Brown is head of household, 47 yrs. old, TN md 23 yrs. to Syntha S., 43 yrs. old, TN, 9 children born, 8 children living. Children: Charlie G., 18 yrs. old; Benton C., 16 yrs. old; Arless D., 14 yrs. old; Josie L., 12 yrs. old; Sallie G., 10 yrs. old; Secil C., 8 yrs. old; Minnie A., 6 yrs. old & Velma J., Brown, 2 yrs. old. All born in TN) (1920 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 106 ­Benton Brown is head of household, 27 yrs. old, TN md to Nola, 23 yrs. old, TN. Grover Brown, son, 11/12 yrs. old, TN) (1920 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 107 ­Charlie Brown is head of household, 29 yrs. old, TN md to Mary, 19 yrs. old, TN, son, Leo Brown 3+ yrs. old, TN). *See Leo D. Brown, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Benton Brown, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Clarence Turney Brown

b. 16 January 1915 ­ d. 3 January 1976, md 21 December 1941, Putnam Co., TN to Ellen Frances (Gibson) Brown, b. 14 September 1915, d/o Alvin Phylander " Phy" Gibson & Lillie Myrtle Lindsey. They lived at 610 Hillwood Circle in Cookeville, TN. *See Ellen Frances (Gibson) Brown Obt. *See Alvin Phylander " Phy"Gibson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Clarence T. Brown was the son of Charles Franklin " Frank" Brown (1880-1957) & Alla Mae McClellan (1883-1965). They had one daughter, Judy Frances Brown, b. 30 Sept. 1947 md Dwight Duke. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 33: Clarence Brown married 21 December 1941, Putnam Co., TN, age 26, address: Cookeville, TN to Francis Gibson, age 26, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Phy Gibson, Cookeville, TN). Connie Lee Brown Obt. b. 26 May 1933, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 3 November 2003, Cookeville, md Maggie (Goodwin) Brown. Connie Lee Brown, s/o Mitchell Brown & Mary Cecil Cumby. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Overton Co., TN, pg. 54, #2554: Connie Lee Brown married 15 October 1960, Overton Co., TN, age 27, address: Rt. 6, Cookeville, TN to Maggie Lue Burgess, age 34, address: Rt. 2, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: blank). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Connie Lee Brown, 70, of Cookeville will be held Thursday, Nov. 6, at 11 a.m. at Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery with full military honors conducted by the Veterans Honor Guard. The family will receive friends at the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home on Wednesday, Nov. 5, from 5-8 p.m. and at the church on Thursday, Nov. 6, after 9 a.m. Mr. Brown died on Monday, Nov. 3, 2003, at his home. He was born May 26, 1933, in Putnam County to the late Mitchell and Mary Cecil Cumby Brown. He was an Army veteran of the Korean Conflict. A graduate of Baxter Seminary, he was a member of Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ. He had served as custodian at Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ for 28 years and was custodian at Cookeville First Methodist Church for 10 years. His family includes his wife of 43 years, Maggie Goodwin Brown of Cookeville; two sons and daughter-inlaw, Terry Brown, Randy and Summer Brown, all of Cookeville; a daughter, Sandra Brown of Cookeville; two half sisters, Dorene McEvoy and Darlene Weiderhold, both of Royal Oak, Mich.; a sister-in-law, Gina Brown of Ferndale, Mich.; three grandchildren, Mitchell and Benton Brown and Tori McCormick; and a great-grandchild, Shane McCormick. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a stepson, Richard Burgess, and half brother, Jimmy Brown. Pallbearers will be Jerry Goodwin, Lynn Hughes, Dale Hughes, Phil Honeycutt, Mike Pippin and Martin McDaniel. Honorary pallbearers will be Harvey Summers and Terry Harp. Memorial contributions may be made to the Connie Brown Memorial Fund at Bank of Putnam County, c/o Ann Holland.

Bros. Gary Hampton and Glen McDoniel will officiate at the services. Published November 04, 2003 10:37 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Cora Neal (Carter) Brown *See Oscar Dillard Brown Obt. Woman Bitten By Snake In Effort To ` Holy Ghost'At McBroom' Branch Meet: By Samuel K. Neal. Get s " Holy Roller" Preacher Gets " Hot" And Calls Disciples To Altar To Prove Faith In Weird Manner, Denounces Preachers, Cigarette Smokers, Stockingless Legs: St. Luke chapter 10, verse 13, says " Behold, I give unto you power to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy; and nothing shall by any means hurt you." Residents living near the scene of a protracted " Holy Roller"meeting ­ it has entered its third week, and will probably last the entire summer ­ at McBroom' Branch down in the lower end of the county near s Cole' store, called the ` s bluff"of the Benevolent One who is self-appointed medium of the Holy Ghost, and it resulted in distress for one woman. Mrs. Cora Brown, 43, wife of Oscar Brown, 12th district Jackson county farmer, is suffering today from three wounds inflicted by the deadly poisonous fangs of a copperhead snake as she " acquired"the creed of the church Monday night. One of the preachers conducting the meeting ­ there are four, if you feel curiosity creeping on ­ was also bitten on the hand. We tried to find his whereabouts on a jaunt to the place, but could not. Interesting- If True: Far be it from us to scoff at the faith of any person' religion. If a copperhead snake can get a meal off s your brawny arm, why that, minister, is all right with us. Personally ­very, ah, very personally ­we prefer the salvation offered in simple doctrine which never includes snakes. No snakes in our religion. No, sir. F. C. Dover, of Chattanooga, is headman of the Holy Roller meeting down there, and he made the assertion last week that he would like to exhibit his faith by showing what could be done with a copperhead snake. He declared that he had handled 21 copperheads and two rattlers while he had been preaching. Oliver Grogan, a farmer living in the 18th district had captured a large copperhead and had " stored"him in an empty lard can at his home. Monday he gave the snake a new home, a half-gallon fruit jar, and Monday night he carried the jar with its hideous contents to the meeting. He Bit A Dog: Mr. Dover preferred a snake whose fangs were unsullied, and Mr. Grogan assured him that the copperhead had only bitten the Grogan family dog in the nose. The dog, incidentally, is suffering with a swelled head which will probably kill him. After admonishing his followers to pray, and talk in the " unknown tongue,"the preacher gave the jar top a slight twist openward. He needed a man or woman with faith at that moment. It was many moments before he finally found one, and it came in the form of one of his " assistants' The snake was removed ." from the jar, poured like water into the " assistants"hands, and he began his fanatical gyrations with the serpent in his hands, and passed it among others who took turns handling it.

The snake probably realizing what was being done with him, must have got sore about it when Mrs. Brown' turn came. s One witness at the meeting said that he saw the snake strike her arm three times, and said " understand I she' pretty sick today." s The weird drama was enacted under an arbor fastly secured from easy access. Church members of various denominations living in the region refused to allow use of their buildings for the meeting. (Read the rest of the story in the History section Putnam County, TN: http://www.ajlambert.com Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 21 July 1932. Douglas Glover Brown b. 27 November 1915, TN ­d. 29 June 1965, s/o Dr. Little B. Brown & Evangeline Glover. *See Dr. Little B. Brown Obt. *See John Clark Brown Obt. (1920 census 1st Dist., Jefferson St., Putnam Co., TN; Dwl: 236 Little B. Brown is head of household, 31 yrs. old, MS (parents both born in MS). Occupation: Dentist, md to Eugeline (sp), 26 yrs. old, TN. Children: Douglas G. Brown, 4 + yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Bessie Odum, maid, black, 16 yrs. old, TN). Edna V. (Flatt) Brown Obt. b. 24 August 1921, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 30 May 2007, Smyrna, TN, md Harold L. Brown. Edna V. (Flatt) Brown, d/o James Harvey Flatt & Lura Stout. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Edna V. Flatt Brown, 85, of Cookeville will be held Sunday, June 3, at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends Saturday, June 2, from 3-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Mrs. Brown died Wednesday, May 30, 2007, in Smyrna. She was born Aug. 24, 1921, in Jackson County to the late James Harvey and Lura Stout Flatt. Mrs. Brown was a homemaker and was a member of Sycamore Church of Christ. Her family includes two sons and daughters-in-law, Harold Ralph and Shirley Brown of Symrna and John Wayne and Linda Lee Brown of Cookeville; his daughter, Myra B. Mainord of Cookeville; two brothers and sister-in-law, Winfred Flatt and Ernest and Jean Flatt, all of Gainesboro; two sisters and brothers-inlaw, Mayzelle and Boon Hunter and Bunie and Ray Stafford, all of Gainesboro; three sisters-in-law, Emma Flatt of Hendersonville and Kathleen and Mary Helen Flatt, both of Gainesboro; seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Brown was preceded in death by her husband, Harold L. Brown; her son, Reginald D. (Reggie) Brown; three brothers, Garner, James and Bernice Flatt; and her grandson, Daniel M. Mainord. Memorial donations may be made to the Sycamore Church of Christ building fund. Bros. Johnny Fox and Samuel Mainord will officiate the services. Published June 01, 2007 11:08 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN

Ellen Frances (Gibson) Brown Obt. b. 14 September 1915 ­ d. 13 March 1999, TN, md on the 21st of December 1941, Putnam Co., TN to Clarence Turney Brown, b. 16 January 1915 ­ d. 3 January 1976. Ellen Frances (Gibson) Brown, d/o Alvin Phylander " Phy"Gibson & Lillie Myrtle Lindsey. *See Clarence Turney Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Frances Gibson Brown of Cookeville will be held Monday, March 15, at 11 a.m. in the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home with Dr. Randy Adkisson and Brother Charlie Hutchinson officiating. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday at the funeral home. Mrs. Brown, a homemaker, died Saturday, March 13, 1999, in NHC Health Care. A native of Putnam County, she was the daughter of the late Phy and Lillie Lindsey Gibson. She was a lifelong member of First Baptist Church, a member of the Order of the Eastern Star, and a member of the Home Demonstration Club. Her husband, Clarence T. Brown, and four brothers, Howard, Kermit, Hubert, and Belton Gibson, and a sister, Bonnie Caruthers, preceded her in death. Her family includes her daughter and son-in-law, Judy and Dwight Duke of Cookeville; her grandchildren, Shellie Warren of Knoxville and Joshua Duke of Cookeville; and two sisters, Opal Mangrum of Nashville and Reva Pike of Atlanta. Pallbearers will be Joshua Duke, Randy Warren, Bill Gibson, Randal Gibson, Bill Branch, Earl Maddux, and Harold Williams. Dyer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Published March 13, 1999 9:17 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Elizabeth S. (Regan) Brown Obt. *See Joshua A. Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mary Daisy Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mignon (Brown) May Obt. Funeral For Mrs. Elizabeth Regan Brown To Be Held Friday: Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Elizabeth Reagan Brown, Monday night, at the home of her son B. E. Brown, Washington D. C. The body arrived here at noon today and has been taken to the Whitson Funeral Home where services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o' clock. Interment will be in the City Cemetery. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 28 August 1941. Emily Lee Brown b. 29 July 1900 ­d. 29 July 1900. Emma (Mahaney) Brown Obt.

b. 20 April 1860, TN ­d. 21 March 1931, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 12th of October 1878, Smith Co., TN to Napoleon Bonapart Brown Sr., b. 22 January 1850, TN ­ d. 8 December 1929. Emma (mahaney) Brown, d/o John Mahaney & Katherine Apple. (Children of Napoleon Bonapart Brown Sr. & Emma Mahaney are: Napoleon Bonapart Brown Jr., John Bonnell Brown, H. Grady Brown, Mrs. Lemuel Hayden Clark (Ophelia M.), Mrs. H. B. Ferrell, Mrs. William J. Ferrell (Ethel), Mrs. T. C. Crowell, Mrs. S. Comer Ditty. Emma (Mahaney) Browns'sisters: Mrs. Lizzine Linsley & Mrs. M. W. Shoemake). *See Napoleon Bonapart Brown Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. N. B. Brown, Sr. Passes Away Here After Long Illness: Mrs. N. B. Brown, Sr., 71, died at her home on Cedar street here Saturday after a long illness. Mrs. Brown was a member of the Methodist church being one of its most faithful member. She was active in all church work as far as her physical condition would allow, and the willingness with which she met her duty was an inspiration to those who worked with her. A devoted mother, a true wife, an outstanding woman, her passing has brought sincere regret to numberless friends, and sorrow of her passing has been deep and widespread. Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist church here Tuesday afternoon by the Rev. E. M. Steel, pasot, and the Rev. W. V. Jarratt, presding elder. Burial was in the city cemetery. Surviving Mrs. Brown are three sons, N. B. Jr., J. B., and Grady, Cookeville; five daughters, Mrs. L. H. Clark, Mrs. H. B. Ferrell, Mrs. Ethel Ferrell, of Cooekville, Mrs. T. C. Crowell, Chestnut Mounty, and Mrs. S. C. Ditty, of Lewiston, MT. She is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Tinsley, of Gainesboro, and Mrs. M. W. Shoemake, of Riddleton, TX. Active pallbearers were her grandsons, Donald Ferrell, Sam Roberts, Will Ferrell, Henry Ferrell, Brooks Crowell, Sam Ferrell, Clyde Ferrell, and Hubert Clark. Pendergrass Funeral Home was in charge of interment. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 26 March 1931 Ernest Cleveland Brown b. ? ­d. 10 August 1987 at the age of 77. Evangeline Kavanough (Glover) Brown b. 15 August 1894 ­d. 24 January 1986. (SS Death Index: Name: EVANGELINE BROWN Birth: 15 Aug 1894- Death: Jan 1986- Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 412-08-5762, TN) Everett Mitchell Brown b. 1 February 1925 ­ d. 17 December 1988, md on the 25th of October 1947, Putnam Co., TN to Mary Elizabeth (Cumby) Brown, b. 11 July 1924, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 15 July 1985, Harper Woods, MI, d/o Thomas Frank Cumby & Minnie Mae Breeding. *See Jewel Cumby Obt. *See Mary Elizabeth (Cumby) Brown Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 176: Ernest Mitchell Brown married 25 October 1947, Putnam Co., TN, age 21, address: Cookeville, TN to Mary Elizabeth Cumby, age 23, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Frank Cumby). Farmer P. Brown Obt.

b. 10 April 1905 ­d. 6 May 1981, md on the 14th of September 1922 to Bessie M. (Ragland) Brown, b. 15 April 1904 ­d. 9 August 1975. `Forever in our Hearts' (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 47, #8: F. P. Brown married 14 September 1922, Jackson Co., TN to Bessie Ragland). (SS Death Index: Name: FARMER BROWN Birth: 10 Apr 1905- Death: May 1981­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) ­SSN: 408-40-6133, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: BESSIE BROWN Birth: 15 Apr 1904- Death: Aug 1975­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 409-08-4075, TN) COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for Farmer P. Brown, 76, will be conducted in the chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Fueral home Friday, May 8, 1981, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Maurice Moore, pastor of the First United Methodist Church, officiating. Mr. Brown died May 6 in a Nashville hospital. He was a native of Jackson County, the son of the late Cowan and Etta Vinson Brown, and was a retired farmer. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Jim Lambert, Hazel Park, Michigan; two sons, Herman Brown, Detroit, Michigan, Harold Brown, Boston, Massachusetts; 13 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, a great-greatgrandchild and a brother, Jim Brown, Bloomington Springs. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: 7 May 1981 Floyd Haskell Brown Obt. b. 25 March 1904 ­d. 1 December 1984, md on the 8th of April 1928, Jackson Co., TN to Jewel (Warren) Brown, b. 18 January 1912 ­d. 19 November 1963. Floyd Haskell Brown, s/o Millard Brown & Fannie Fuqua. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 327: F. H. Brown married 8 April 1928, Jackson Co., TN to Jewel Warren). Funeral services for Floyd Brown, 80, of Cookeville, were held Dec. 4, 1984, in the Dyer Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Comer McGuire and Rev. A. J. Looper officiating. Burial followed in the Cookeville City Cemetery. A native of Jackson County, Mr. Brown died Dec. 1, 1984, in Cookeville General Hospital after an extended illness. Mr. Brown was a retired farmer and the son of the late Millard and Fannie Fuqua Brown. Survivors include his wife, Ann Lee Brown; two sisters, Mrs. Frankie Myers of Chestnut Mound and Mrs. Velma Stout Hughes of Cookeville; several nieces and nephews; two grandchildren; and two great grandchildren.

Active pallbearers were Earl McKinley, Earl Stout, Elton Stout, Tony Stout, Morris Myers, and Hollie Myers. Honorary pallbearers were Robert Frank McDonald, Jenneth Stout, Kenny Hill, Chuck Johnson, Elton Carter, Walter Warren Shanks, Shirly Roberson, Wayne Byers, Robert Blair and Bob Hughes. Dyer Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. George Brown b. 13 June 1887 ­d. 28 March 1948, (Sgt US Army WWI), md on the 6th of October 1914, Smith Co., TN to Alberdie " Birdie"(Wade) Brown, b. 15 September 1889, Smith Co., TN ­d. 23 November 1945, d/o Rufe Wade. *See Alberdie " Birdie"Brown Obt.

Alberdie Brown b. 15 Sep 1889, Smith Co., TN d. 23 Nov 1945 Father: Rufe Wade, Smith Co., TN Mother: unknown Spouse: George Brown DC#23818, Putnam Co., TN

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Smith Co., TN, pg. 205: George Brown married 6 October 1914, Smith Co., TN to Berdie Wade). Glendola Brown b. 1924 ­d. 1925, d/o George Brown & Alberdie " Bertie"Wade. Grover C. Brown Obt. b. 3 January 1919, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 28 June 1995, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md to Bonnie Kate (Brown) Brown, b. 5 June 1922. COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Grover C. Brown, 76, of Bloomington Springs will be held Saturday, July 1, at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Brown was dead on arrival at Cookeville General Hospital, Wednesday, June 28, 1995. He was born in Putnam County on January 3, 1919, to the late Benton and Magnolia Fox Brown. Mr. Benton was a retired employee of the State Highway Department and the Putnam County Road Department. He was an Army veteran of World War II. His family includes his wife, Bonnie K. (Brown) Brown of Bloomington Springs; one sister and brother-inlaw, Ruby and L. B. " Johnny" Montgomery of Ocala, FL; and four grandchildren, Beth, Diana, Michael and Dwight Brown. The family will receive friends after 6 p.m. tonight at the funeral home. Bro. Larry Gregory will officiate at the services. H. Grady Brown b. 16 November 1889, TN­d. 4 February 1959, s/o Napolean Bonapart Brown Sr. & Emma Mahaney. *See Napoleon Bonapart Brown Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Cedar St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 609-68-74 ­Napoleon B. Brown is head of household, 69 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Harnessmaker Shop, md to Emma, 59 yrs., TN. Grady, 30 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Farmer, & Napoleon B. Brown Jr., 24 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Carpenter House).

Henry " Harry"Schmelzel Brown Obt. b. 8 August 1929, NY ­d. 26 February 2009, Cookeville, TN, md on the 13th of October 1960, Putnam Co., TN to Caroline Terry (Lowe) Brown, b. 27 December 1930, d/o Robert Witherspoon Lowe & Mary Alice Whitson. Henry Schmelzel Brown, s/o James Fearon Brown & Ethel Schmelzel. *See Robert Witherspoon Lowe Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Henry Schmelzel Brown married 13 October 1960, Putnam Co., TN, age 31, b. 8 August 1929, address: 157 East 72nd St., New York City, NY to Caroline Terry Lowe, age 29, b. 27 December 1930, address: 807 Washington Ave, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Mary Alice Lowe). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Henry (Harry) Schmelzel Brown, 79, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, March 2, at Collegeside Church of Christ, 252 E. 9th St., Cookeville. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 2-5 p.m. today, Sunday, March 1, at Harry and Caroline's home at 50 North Dixie Ave., Cookeville. Mr. Brown died Thursday, Feb. 26, 2009, in Cookeville. He was born Aug. 8, 1929, in New York to the late James Fearon and Ethel Schmelzel Brown. Mr. Brown was a beloved husband, father and grandfather. He attended the Allen Stevenson School, Collegiate School and Choate School. He graduated from Princeton University in 1951. Mr. Brown served his country as an electronics officer aboard the aircraft carrier USS Philippine Sea during the Korean War. He married the former Caroline Terry Lowe on Oct. 14, 1960, at Collegeside Church of Christ in Cookeville. Mr. and Mrs. Brown resided and raised their three children in New York City during the greater part of their nearly 50 years of marriage. He worked in the investment business and at one time owned his own firm, Brown, Hague and Renwick. He was a member of the Society of Colonial Wars in the State of New York, the St. Nicholas Society, the Union Club and the University Club of New York. Mr. Brown took lifelong pleasure in music and literature, with particular enjoyment of Bach, organ music and the works of Shakespeare. He was an avid squash and tennis player. He enjoyed building electronics and taking and developing photographs until the failure of his eyesight in the last years of his life. Mr. Brown was a member of Collegeside Church of Christ. His friends and family treasured his strong faith, his gracious spirit and his never failing sense of humor. His family includes his wife, Caroline Lowe Brown; two daughters and a son-in-law, Alice Whitson Brown of Cookeville and Caroline " Carrie"Brown Stefaniak and Greg Stefaniak of Chattanooga; a son, James Fearon Brown II; a daughter-in-law, Cordula Drossel Brown; three grandchildren, Henry, Isabella and Juliana Brown, all of Redmond, Wash.; a sister, Louise Brown Risk of Bethesda, Md.; a brother, Robert Alexander Brown of Stonington, Conn.; and nieces and nephews Barbara de Boinville, Nancy Rollings, Dr. Sharon Clay Risk, Samuel Brown, Robert Brown, David Brown, Dr. Whitson Lowe, John Powell Lowe and Dr. Robert W. Lowe III. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, James Fearon (Brownie) Brown Jr., and a nephew, Seth Warfield Lowe. Pallbearers will be Dr. Whitson Lowe, John Powell Lowe, Dr. Robert W. Lowe III, Morrison Lowe III, Ralph Grady Maddux, Brett Stanton, William Benton Carlen III, Walter Whitson Carlen Jr., Jack Long, Andrew McCain, Dr. Jeffrey J. Gleason, Dr. Christian Christenson, Lee Woosley, Andrew Woosley and J. Ford Little.

Honorary pallbearers will be Walter Whitson Carlen, Martin Medley, Wendell Long, Garland Stanton, Ted Haselton, Dr. Gideon Harris Lowe, Thomas Scoggins, Steven Wilke, David Cummins, Malcolm Williams and Lawrence Hester. Memorial donations may be made to Collegeside Church of Christ. Bros. Kelly Campbell and Kevin White will officiate at the services. Whitson Funeral Home in Cookeville in charge of arrangements. Saturday, Feb 28, 2009: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN James Madison Brown Obt. b. 3 April 1854, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 17 July 1934, Putnam Co., TN, md to Althea Mira (Fox) Brown, b. 5 December 1859, Hamilton Co., TN ­ d. 11 September 1940, Putnam Co., TN, d/o John B. & Martha Jane Fox. James Madison Brown, s/o Josiah Brown & Elizabeth Goolsby. *See Althea Mira (Fox) Brown Obt. *See Mattie (Brown) Carr buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Pearl (Brown) Lassitter buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Dillard Massa buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Norman Massa buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See William V. Massa buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Children of James Madison Brown & Althea Mira Fox are: Mrs. William V. Massa (Emma J.), Mrs. Norman Massa (Lizzie), Mrs. Dillard Massa (Callie), Mrs. Mattie Carr, Mrs. Jasper Terry, all of Cookeville, TN, Mrs. G. D. Reynolds, Springfield, Mrs. S. G. Presley & Mrs. C. B. Mitchell of Hooper, OK. 15 grandchildren & 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral services for James Madison Brown, 80, who died at his home on Whitson Street Tuesday after an illness of four years, were held at the First Baptist Church Wednesday afternoon by the pastor, the Rev. Sam Edwards, assisted by the Rev. Dean Stroud, pastor of the Cookeville Methodist Church. Burial took place in the City Cemetery. Mr. Brown had had a stroke of paralysis a week before his death, and his weakened condition following his lengthy illness hastened his passing. Mr. Brown had been a resident of Putnam county for the past 35 years, being born and reared in Jackson county. He moved with his family to Cookeville from Goodlettsville in 1912, and since that time had practiced farming most of his life. Mrs. Brown had been a member of the Baptist church since early manhood and was a member of the Cookeville church. He was also a member of the I.O.O.F. He is survived by his wife and eight daughters, as follows: Mrs. W. V. Massa, Mrs. S. G. Presley, and Mrs. C. B. Mitchell, of Hooker, Okla.; Mrs. G. D. McReynolds, of Chapel Hill, Mrs. Norman Massa, Mrs. Dillard Massa, Mrs. Jasper Terry, and Mrs. Mattie Carr, of Cookeville. He is also survived by two brothers, Willis Brown, of Double Springs, and Jack Brown, of Weatherford, Texas, and two sisters, Mrs. Mary Morgan and Mrs. Sarah Harley, both of Weatherford. Sixteen grandchildren and ten greatgrandchildren also survive. Mr. Brown, who had countless friends, was a good citizen, and excellent farmer, and a devoted and loyal church member. Active pallbearers: Melvin Judd, Herbie Shanks, Arthur Johnson, John Stamps, Campbell Lee, and Oliver Rice. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 19 July 1934

James Madison Brown b. -----, TN d. 17 Juyl 1934 Age: 80y 3m 14d Father: Josiah Brown, TN Mother: Elizabeth Goolsby, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #16376, Putnam Co., TN Altha Mira Fox Brown b. 5 Dec 1859, Hamilton Co., TN d. 11 Sep 1940 Father: John B. Fox. VA Mother: Martha Jane Fox, VA Spouse: James M. Brown City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC#21518, Putnam Co., TN (1860 census 7th Civil Dist., Double Springs, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 645 ­ Josiah Brown is head of household, 30 yrs. old, TN, md to Elizabeth, 28 yrs. old, TN. Children: James M., 6 yrs. old; Alexander, 4 yrs. old & Mary F. Brown, 6/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1870 census 1st Civil Dist, Gainesboro, Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 184 ­John B. Fox is head of household, 37 rys. old, TN md to Martha J., 32 yrs. old, TN. Children: Alla, 11 yrs. old; Elvira, 9 yrs. old & Emily Fox, 7 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1900 census 16th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 25 ­James M. Brown is head of household, 45 yrs. old, b. April 1855, TN, md 24 yrs. to Altha M., 40 yrs.old, b. December 1859, TN, 9 children born, 8 children living. Children: Emma J., 24 yrs. old. b. December 1876; Lucy, 17 yrs. old, b. July 1882; Jula, 16 yrs. old. b. February 1884; Mary, 12 yrs. old, b. September 1887; Allis, 11 yrs. old, b. September 1888; Perley P., 7 yrs. old, b. July 1892 & James Brown, 5 yrs. old. b. July 1894. All born in TN). (1910 census 16th Civil Dist., Double Springs Rd., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 97 ­James M. Brown is head of household, 56 yrs. old, TN, md 35 yrs. to Alta M., 50 yrs. old, TN, 10 children born, 9 children living. Children: Callie, 18 yrs. old; Perlia, 17 yrs. old; Mattie, 15 yrs. old & Ethel Brown, 9 yrs. old. All born in TN). John Brown Obt. b. 26 July 1878 ­d. 24 October 1965, buried next to Martha (Brown) Bumbalough, b. 13 July 1887 ­d. 21 July 1965, Cookeville City Cemetery. John Brown, s/o Daniel Brown & Amanda Bohannon. Graveside services and burial for John Brown, 87, were Sunday at Cookeville City Cemetery at 2:00 with John Allen Clark officiating. Mr. Brown died Friday in Master' Rest Home following a long illness. s He was a native of Putnam County, the son of the late Daniel and Amanda Bohannon Brown and was a retired hotel clerk. He had no immediate survivors. Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Tuesday, 26 October 1965. John Bonnell Brown b. 21 December 1885 ­d. 29 September 1949, s/o Napolean Bonapart Brown Sr. & Emma Mahaney. *See Napoleon Bonapart Brown Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

*See Lemuel Hayden Clark buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Cedar St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 609-68-74 ­Napoleon B. Brown is head of household, 69 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Harnessmaker Shop, md to Emma, 59 yrs., TN. Grady, 30 yrs. old, Occupation: Farmer & Napoleon B. Brown Jr., 24 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Carpenter House). John Clark Brown Obt. b. 4 June 1921, TN ­d. 20 February 1943, England, s/o Dr. Little B. Brown & Evangeline Glover. *See Douglas Glover Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Dr. Little B. Brown Obt. Lieut. John C. Brown Killed in Plane Crash Somewhere in England: Lt. John C. Brown, youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Brown, formerly of Cookeville but who are now residing in Atlanta, GA, has been reported killed in a plane crash somewhere in England. Lt. Brown volunteered for military duty several months ago and at the time of his enlistment was a student at the University of Georgia. Serving with the Army Air Corps, as a bombardier, he received training at different U. S. Flight Schools and was ordered for over sea duty from Will Roger Field, OK, where his parents visited him last summer. According to a story carried by the Nashville Banner of Friday, February 26, written by Nat A. Barrows, Lt. Brown was on an American flying Liberator and apparently had participated in many of the raids over France and Germany. Dr. and Mrs. Brown' oldest son, Douglas Brown is now in England serving with the Finance Division s Army Air Corps. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 4 March 1943. John M. Brown Obt. Funeral services for John M. Brown, 92, life-long resident of Putnam County and father of Sewell Brown, pressman at the Herald, were held at the Carver funeral home Monday afternoon. The Rev. Dow Ensor officiated and burial was in City Cemetery. Mr. Brown affectionately known as " Uncle John,"died in a Nashville hospital Saturday night. He had been in ill health for a long time. Mr. Brown was a widely known Cookeville painter until ill health and age forced his retirement several years ago. For the last few years, he had made his home with two nieces, Misses Ann and Hixie Brown, in the Holladay community. In addition to his son and nieces, Mr. Brown is survived by a daughter, Mrs. B. H. Phillips, Vero Beach, FL; another son, Fred Brwon, Allentown, PA, 15 grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. Catherine Mason, Cookeville, and a half-sister, Mrs. Winnie Howell of TX. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 7 October 1948 Joshua H. Brown b. abt. 1855, Brownsville, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 1927, md Elizabeth S. (Regan) Brown. (No marker in cemetery, but the notice of wife' death says she is buried by her husband and 2 daughters, Mary Daisy s Brown and Mignon Brown May. He held a position in Washington D.C. at time of his death, in U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. He was in hotel business at Huntsville, AL, & Harriman, TN). *See Mary Daisy Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Elizabeth S. (Regan) Brown Obt. *See Mignon (Brown) May Obt.

Katherine (Watson) Brown Obt. b. 4 January 1929, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 28 February 2010, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 10th of May 1949, Putnam Co., TN to Melvin " Mel" Lester Brown, b. 7 October 1921. Katherine (Watson) Brown, d/o Eddie & Mary Ellen Watson. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Katherine Watson Brown, will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 3, at Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the church. Mrs. Brown passed away peacefully Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010, at home, with her three sons by her side, after a battle with pancreatic cancer. (Pictured: The Cookeville-Putnam County Chamber of Commerce' annual meeting on April 16 will honor s the Brown family, the First Family of Football in the Upper Cumberland. In this photo from the late 1960s, the entire family gathers around a coffee table to discuss recruiting for Watson and Mack. From left are: Watson Brown, Mack Brown, Katherine Watson Brown, Melvin Brown, Mel Brown, Mary Ellen Watson, and Eddie " Jelly"Watson. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN, Monday, 12 April 2010, front page & pg. A2.) (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Melvin Lester Brown married 10 May 1949, Putnam Co., TN, age 27, b. 7 October 1921, address: Celina, TN to Mary Katherine Watson, age 20, b. 4 January 1929, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Eddie H. Watson). She was born Jan. 4, 1929, in Cookeville, the only child of the late Eddie (Jelly) and Mary Ellen Watson. Mrs. Brown graduated high school at Cookeville High, where her father was superintendent of schools and coached her basketball team as well as the football team. Mrs. Brown excelled in athletics, also participating in cheerleading, badminton and tennis. She attended Tennessee Tech University before marrying Mel Brown, who was the superintendent of Clay County Schools at the time. She ran a family sporting goods store with Melvin and mothered three boys, Watson, Mack and Melvin, all of whom were also star athletes at Putnam County High School. Athletics were always a part of her life, having a coach as a father and a spouse and then supporting the three boys in their athletic pursuits. Her sons Watson and Mack are both college football coaches -- Watson is the head coach of the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles, and Mack is the head coach of the University of Texas Longhorns while Mel is an accomplished accounts sales executive at Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance. Katherine was always an avid supporter of her boys' successes on and off the field. In addition to being a phenomenal mother, Katherine was also a leading businesswoman and citizen. After spending several years running a dress shop called Katherine's, she was an award-winning manager of Heritage Federal Bank from 1987-1993. Katherine was also the first female president of the Cookeville Rotary Club. Katherine also continued to succeed in athletic pursuits as an adult. Although she found her love of golf late in life, she quickly became an accomplished golfer, winning many city and state titles and placing fourth in a national seniors golf tournament.

Her family includes three sons and daughters-in-law, Watson and Brenda Brown, Mack and Reggie Brown and Mel and Sally Brown, and eight grandchildren, Ginny, Steven, Katherine, Barbara, Carrie, Catie, Matt and Chris. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 753 A Humble Drive, Cookeville, TN 38501, www.cancer.org. Pastor Charles McCaskey will officiate at the services. Crest Lawn Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Please visit her Web site at www.mem.com and send a message to the family. Monday, Mar 01, 2010: Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN Kenneth Edward Brown b. 21 March 1956 ­d. 23 March 1956. Leo D. Brown Obt. b. 11 February 1916, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 4 July 2006, Cookeville, TN, md on the 10th of September 1938, Putnam Co., TN to Alene (Vickers) Brown, b. 26 August 1921, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 2 January 2003, Cookeville, TN, d/o William Claude Vickers & Flora Bandy. Leo D. Brown, s/o Charlie Brown & Ruel Rodgers. *See Charlie G. Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Alene (Vickers) Brown Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Leo Brown, 90, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 6, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. today, Wednesday, July 5, and from 7 a.m. until time of services Thursday at the funeral home. Mr. Brown died Tuesday, July 4, 2006, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born Feb. 11, 1916, in Putnam County to the late Charlie and Ruel Rodgers Brown. He was owner and funeral director of Whitson Funeral Home. Mr. Brown was married to Alene Vickers Brown for 64 years. They were baptized together in the Baptist faith. They were members of Washington Avenue Baptist Church. He was a charter member of Upper Cumberland Horse Back Riders Club and Upper Cumberland Beagle Club. He was a past Fair Board member and grand marshal of the 2001 Cookeville Christmas Parade. Mr. Brown was employed with Whitson Hardware Co. & Appliance since 1938. He coached little league baseball and independent basketball teams. He was a commentator at the Putnam County Fair Mule shows and received numerous championship awards in mule pulling competition. He also helped with the Putnam County 4-H program. His family includes a daughter and son-in-law, Peggy and Jack Mattson of Cookeville; a son, David M. Brown of Cookeville; a brother, Earl Brown of Topeka, Kan.; four grandchildren, Mark Mattson, Kristi Jared, Kyle Brown and Kim Dyer; and 10 great-grandchildren, Lauren, Rachel, Hannah and Catalina Jared, Leigh and Sydney Mattson, Alex and Alana Brown and Zachary and Max Greenwood. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Alene Vickers Brown; his stepmother, Mary Ellen Fields; and a brother, Carl Brown. Pallbearers will be friends. Honorary pallbearers will be the Beagle Club, Upper Cumberland Horse Back Riders Club and Tennessee Funeral Directors.

Bros. Johnny Fox and Mark Gaw will officiate at the services. Published July 05, 2006 10:37 AM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Lera (Lambert) Brown Obt. b. 15 November 1907, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 18 December 1978, md on the 9th of March 1924, Putnam Co., TN to Cecil Brown. Lera (Lambert) Brown, d/o John Lambert & Mary Jane Stout. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 222, #2147: Cecil Brown married 9 March 1924, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Lera Lambert. By whom married: J. W. Barks, Justice of the Peace). COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Lera Brown, 71, were held today at 2 at the Chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Mrs. Brown died Monday, Dec. 18, at Cookeville Health Care Center. Services were conducted by Bro. Earnest Bennett and Bro. Lee Roy Forgey and burial was at Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Brown was a native of Jackson County and was the daughter of John and Mary Jane Stout Lambert. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Auburn Brown, Mrs. Billy Steakley, and Mrs. Gertis Carr Jr., all of Cookeville; one sister, Mrs. Bernice Stout of Cookeville; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: 20 December 1978 Dr. Little B. Brown Obt. b. 13 November 1888, MS ­ d. 24 May 1977, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 10th of February 1915, Putnam Co., TN to Evangeline (Glover) Brown. Dr. Little B. Brown, s/o John Brown & Caroline Clark. Buried next to him: Douglas Glover Brown (1915-1965), & John Clark Brown (1921-1943). *See Douglas Glover Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See John Clark Brown Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 253, #1004: L. B. Brown married 10 February 1915, Putnam Co., TN to Evangeline Glover COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for Dr. L. B. Brown, 88, will be conducted at the chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home Thursday, May 26 at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Roy J. West officiating. Dr. Brown died May 24 in the Cookeville Hospital. He was a retired dentist and retired professor of dentistry at Emory University. He was a native of Mississippi, son of the late John and Caroline Clark Brown. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Evangeline Glover Brown; two brothers, Frank Brown, Houston, Texas, and J. P. Brown, Tupelo, Mississippi; two nieces, Mrs. Louis Johnson Jr., Cookeville, and Mrs. George Womack Nashville. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Wednesday, 25 May 1977. (1920 census 1st Dist., Jefferson St., Putnam Co., TN; Dwl: 236 Little B. Brown is head of household, 31 yrs. old, MS (parents both born in MS). Occupation: Dentist, md to Eugeline (sp), 26 yrs. old, TN. Children: Douglas G. Brown, 4 + yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Bessie Odum, maid, black, 16 yrs. old, TN).

(SS Death Index: Name: LITTLE BROWN - Birth: 13 November 1888 ­ Death: May 1977 ­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 254-14-9562, GA) Loraine (Fox) Brown Obt. b. 1904 ­d. 15 January 1952, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md W. H. Brown. Loraine (Fox) Brown, d/o Benjamin Franklin Fox & Nannie Montgomery. *See Benjamin Franklin Fox Obt. Funeral Rites For Mrs. Loraine Brown: Funeral services for Mrs. Loraine Fox Brown who died Tuesday morning, January 15, in Cookeville General Hospital after a short illness were held last Wednesday at Whitson Funeral Home. Services were conducted by Carl Gossett, minister of the Willow Street Church of Christ, and J. B. Gaither of Gallatin. Burial was in the City Cemetery. The daughter of the late Ben F. and Nannie Montgomery Fox, she was a member of the Church of Christ. She had been a teacher in both the Putnam and Jackson County School systems. Survivors include a brother, Nathan Fox of Columbia; three sisters, Mrs. A. L. Harley, Gallatin, Mrs. C. T. Burton, of Coalingo, Calif., and Mrs. Thomas Dowell of Cookeville. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 24 January 1952. Louis Carmel " Poppy"Brown b. 1902 ­d. 4 November 1984, md on the 26th of April 1929, White Co., TN to Lucille (Moore) Brown, b. 21 September 1905 ­d. 23 January 1990. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, White Co., TN, pg. 181: Carmel Brown married 26 April 1929, White Co., TN to Lucile Moore). (SS Death Index: Name: LOUIS BROWN Birth: 15 Feb 1902- Death: Nov 1984- Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-30-5789, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: LUCILLE M BROWN Birth: 21 Sep 1905- Death: 23 Jan 1990- Last Residence: (not specified) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-30-5790, TN) Lura Allen Brown b. 25 November 1894 ­d. 22 June 1976. Mary Daisy Brown b. 27 May 1875, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 27 September 1891, d/o Joshua H. Brown & Elizabeth Reagan. *See Joshua H. Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mignon (Brown) May Obt. Mary Elizabeth (Cumby) Brown Obt. b. 11 July 1924, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 15 July 1985, Harper Woods, MI, md on the 25th of October 1947 to Everett Mitchell Brown, b. 1 February 1925 ­ d. 17 December 1988. Mary Elizabeth (Cumby) Brown, d/o Thomas Frank Cumby & Minnie Mae Breeding. *See Everett Mitchell Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Jewel Cumby Obt. *See Thomas Frank Cumby buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

ST. CLAIR SHORES, MI ­ Funeral services for Mary Elizabeth Brown, 61 of 21605 Frazho Road, St. Clair Shores, Michigan, will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Bro. Willie B. Rodgers officiating. Burial will be at Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Brown died Monday (July 15, 1985) at St. John Hospital in Harper Woods, Michigan, after a brief illness. Born July 11, 1924 in Putnam County, she was the daughter of the late Frank and Minnie Breeding. She was a member of the Philadelphia Freewill Baptist Church in Mt. Clemens. Mrs. Brown was an assembler with the Mirrex Glass Mirror Company. Her family includes her husband, Everett Brown; a daughter, Barbara Finley of Conroe, Texas; a son, Bobby Brown of Austin, Texas; three sisters, Jewel Cumby, Betty Huddleston and Amy Gentry, and three brothers, Harry Howard and James Cumby, all of Cookeville; and three grandchildren. Marvin Norman Brown Obt. b. 3 July 1931, Detroit, MI ­d. 24 February 1998, Putnam Co., TN, md to Ruth Vernell (West) Goolsby Brown, b. 14 September 1929, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 19 May 2006, Garden City, MI, d/o Alvin B. West & Ermine Gladys Jones. *See Ruth Vernell (West) Goolsby Brown Obt. BAXTER ­Funeral services for Marvin Norman Brown, 66, of Baxter will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 28, from the chapel of Baxter Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The familoy will receive friends, from 5-9 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 27, at the funeral home. Mr. Brown was dcead on arrival at Cookeville Regional Medical Center on Tuesday, Feb. 24, 1998. He was born on July 3, 1931, in Detroit, MI, to the late Henry and Elsie Bleich Brown. Mr. Brown was a retired mail carrier with the U. S. Postal Service. His family includes his wife, Ruth Brown of Garden City, MI; three sons, Bob, Eddie, and Steven Goolsby, all of Garden City, MI; and four grandchildren, Angela Garrett, and Barbara Cole, and Steven Goolsby. The Rev. Cameron Hess will officiate at the services. Napolean Bonapart Brown Jr. b. 19 June 1895, TN ­d. 26 August 1970, (TN Pvt. Co. L. 329 WWI) md on the 9th of May 1920, Putnam Co., TN to Parlee (Thomason) Brown, b. 4 September 1894 ­ d. 8 October 1976. Napolean Bonapart Brown Jr., s/o Napolean Bonapart Brown Sr. & Emma Mahaney. *See Napolean Bonapart Brown Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 575, #2271: N. B. Brown Jr. married 9 May 1920, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Parabe Thomason). (1910 census 12th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 42 ­Ethell Fearl is head of household, 30 yrs. old, TN, widow, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Emer, dau., 8 yrs. old; Donald, 6 yrs. old; Henry, 3 yrs. old & William Fearl, 9/12 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Napolian B. Brown, brother, 15 yrs. old, TN. James D. Fields, head of household, 65 yrs. old, TN, M2, md 23 yrs. to Nancy J., 59 yrs. old, M2, 7 children born, 7 children living. Children: Benton, 22 yrs. old; Harvy, 20 yrs. old & Garland Fields, 16 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Cedar St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 609-68-74 ­Napoleon B. Brown is head of household, 69 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Harnessmaker Shop, md to Emma, 59 yrs., TN. Grady, 30 yrs. old, Occupation: Farmer & Napoleon B. Brown Jr., 24 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Carpenter House).

Napoleon Bonapart Brown Sr. b. 22 January 1850, TN ­ d. 8 December 1929, md on the 12th of October 1878, Smith Co., TN to Emma (Mahaney) Brown, b. 20 April 1860, TN ­ d. 21 March 1931, Putnam Co., TN, d/o John Mahaney & Katherine Apple. (Children of Napoleon Bonapart Brown Sr. & Emma Mahaney are: Napoleon Bonapart Brown Jr., John Bonnell Brown, H. Grady Brown, Mrs. Lemuel Hayden Clark (Ophelia M.), Mrs. H. B. Ferrell, Mrs. William J. Ferrell (Ethel), Mrs. T. C. Crowell, Mrs. S. Comer Ditty. Emma (Mahaney) Browns'sisters: Mrs. Lizzine Linsley & Mrs. M. W. Shoemake). *See Emma (Mahaney) Brown Obt. *See John Bonnell Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Napolean Bonapart Brown Jr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Lemuel Hayden Clark buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See William J. Ferrell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See John Bonnell Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Napolean Bonapart Brown Jr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Lemuel Hayden Clark buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See William J. Ferrell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Smith Co., TN, pg. 258: N. B. Brown married 12 October 1878, Smith Co., TN to Emma Mahaney). Napalion Bonapart Brown b. -----, TN d. 8 Dec 1929 Age: 79y 11m Father: Unknown Mother: Unknown City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #30415, Putnam Co., TN Emma Mahaney Brown b. 20 Apr 1860, Gainesboro, TN d. 21 Mar 1931 Father: John Mahaney, Jackson Co., TN Mother: Katherine Apple, Jackson Co., TN Spouse: N. B. Brown, Sr. Cookeville Putnam Co. TN DC #11278, Putnam Co., TN (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Cedar St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 609-68-74 ­Napoleon B. Brown is head of household, 69 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Harnessmaker Shop, md to Emma, 59 yrs., TN. Grady, 30 yrs. old, Occupation: Farmer & Napoleon B. Brown Jr., 24 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Carpenter House). Oscar Dillard Brown Obt. b. 1891 ­ d. 1949, Lakeland, FL, md to Cora Neal (Carter) Brown, b. 1895 ­ 1969, d/o John Thaxton Carter (1858-1937) & Martha Jane Ortner (1859-1898). Oscar Dillard Brown, s/o Samuel Robinson Brown (1868-1927) & Feraby Jane Ragland (1871-1949). *See Cora Neal (Carter) Brown Funeral services for Oscar Dillard Brown, 58 were held Sunday afternoon in the Chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with the Rev. Willie Huddleston and Ernest Bennett officiating. Interment was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Brown died in Lakeland, FL, after a short illness.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Cora Carter Brown, two sons, Auburn Brown, Cookeville and Inis Brown, Lakeland, FL, three brothers, Dayton and Hargis Brown, Cookeville, Edgar Brown, Detroit, two sisters, Mrs. Clifton Apple, Cookeville and Mrs. John Lambert, Granville. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 15 December 1949. Robert A. Brown b. 19 February 1914, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 29 May 1982, Putnam Co., TN, md Georgia (unknown) Brown, b. 8 March 1911 ­ d. 11 March 1996. Robert A. Brown, s/o Andrew P. Brown (1879-1967) & Polly Jane Mahaney (1888-1961). (SS Death Index: Name: ROBERT BROWN Birth: 13 Jun 1914- Death: May 1982­ Last Residence: (Ann Arbor, Washtenaw, MI) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 380-18-0688 MI) Ruth Vernell (West) Goolsby Brown Obt. b. 14 September 1929, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 19 May 2006, Garden City, MI, md Marvin Norman Brown, b. 3 July 1931, Detroit, MI ­ d. 24 February 1998, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Harry Brown & Elsie Bleich. Ruth Vernell (West) Goolsby Brown, d/o Alvin B. West & Ermine Gladys Jones. *See Marvin Norman Brown Obt. BAXTER-- Funeral services for Ruth Vernell Goolsby Brown, 77, of Garden City, Mich., formerly of Baxter, will be held Saturday, May 20, at 3 p.m. in the Baxter chapel of Hooper-Huddleston and Horner Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Saturday from 1 p.m. until time of services. Mrs. Brown died May 19, 2006, in Garden City Hospital. She was born Sept. 14, 1929, in Putnam County to the late Alvin B. and Ermine Gladys Jones West. She was of the Baptist faith and was retired from General Motors. Her family includes two sons, Robert "Bob" Goolsby of Garden City and Edward "Ed" Goolsby of Inkster, Mich.; a brother, Gerald West of Paden, W.Va.; five grandchildren, Denson, Steve, Barbara, Cole and Angela Goolsby; a great-granddaughter, Alanna Goolsby; and three nieces. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two husbands and a son, Steven Goolsby. Family and friends will serve as pallbearers. The Rev. Roger Cooper will officiate the services. Hooper-Huddleston and Horner Funeral is in charge of arrangements. Published May 19, 2006 11:11 AM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Scott Allan Brown Obt. b. 21 July 1968, Riverside, CA ­ d. 13 July 2005, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Freeman Brown & Willene Farley. Funeral services for Scott Allan Brown, 36, of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 17, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery.

The family will receive friends from 7 a.m. until time of services Sunday at the funeral home. Mr Brown died July 13, 2005, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born July 21, 1968, in Riverside, Calif., to Freeman and Willene Farley Brown of Cookeville. He was a drill press operator for Metcom and a member of Stevens Street Baptist Church. In addition to his parents, his family includes his fiancée, Sheila Sewell of Cookeville; two sons, Corbin Brown and Adam Brown of Cookeville; a sisters and brother-in-law, Robin and Glenn Sloat of Cookeville; a nephew, Cody Sloat of Cookeville; and a niece, Ashley Sloat of Cookeville. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Whitley and Lola Farley, and paternal grandparents Luther and Mary Brown. Pallbearers will be Stephen Sewell, Ben Sewell, Gary Lee, Mike Lee, Tommy Lynn Curtis and Chuck Carter. Bros. Jimmy Arms and Tim Frank will officiate the services. Published July 16, 2005 5:48 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN S. T. Brown Obt. b. 10 February 1893, Sidonia, TN ­d. 7 June 1979, Cookeville, TN, md on the 14th of October 1923, White Co., TN to Ruth (Coleman) Brown, b. 18 March 1904 ­ d. 1 April 1989. S. T. Brown, s/o William Winfield Brown & Betty Caroline Baker. *See William Winfield Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, White Co., TN, pg. 469: S. T. Brown married 14 October 1923, White Co., TN to Ruth Coleman). COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for S. T. Brown, 86, will be held Saturday, June 9, at 2 p.m. at the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home with the Rev. Wendell Meggs officiating. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Brown died June 7 at Cookeville General Hospital. A native of Sidonia, TN, Mr. Brown was a World War I veteran, and a member of the Park View Methodist Church, the VFW and the American Legion. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ruth Coleman Brown of Cookeville. Active pallbearers will be Billie Jenkins, Richard Hogue, David Wall, Guy Hatley, Ralph Denny, T. J. Sims and James Cunningham. Honorary pallbearers will be Hershel Carr, James Carr, Phillip Webbs Sr., Dawson Morgan, Howard Whitson, Poppy Brown, Bryan Johnson, Donald Fancher, Kenneth Dyer, and James Ament. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 8 June 1979 Thomas E. " Dock"(Uriah T.) Brown b. 21 March 1863, TN ­d. 23 May 1945, md Seynthia (Carrington) Brown, b. 4 October 1866, TN ­d. 21 May 1946, d/o Arch Carrington Sr. & Josephine Crook. (Baptist - daughters: Mrs. Ben Rogers, Mrs.

Martin Fields, Mrs. Hasker T. Campbell (Velma), Mrs. Jimmie W. (Josie) Presley ­sons: Charlie, Benton, Dero & Cecil Brown). Arch Carrington Sr., b. 8 September 1835 ­ d. 25 August 1915 & Vestel Carrington, b. ? ­d. June 1910, both buried in the Carrington Graveyard in Putnam Co., TN. *See Arless Dero Brown Obt. *See Cecil Brown Obt. *See Charlie G. Brown & Benton Brown both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Joseph Marion Carrington Obt. *See Hasker T. Campbell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Josie (Brown) Presley Obt. Census Place: 1880 District 10, Putnam Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 182D Dwl: 28 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Arch CARRINGTON Self M M W 45 NC Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC Josephine CARRINGTONWife F M W 40 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN Scinthy CARRINGTON Dau F S W 16 TN Fa: NC Mo: TN Archie CARRINGTON Son M S W 6 TN Fa: NC Mo: TN Jos. CARRINGTON Son M S W 5 TN Fa: NC Mo: TN (1900 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 128 ­Arch Carrington is head of household, 63 yrs. old, b. February 1837, TN, widow). (1900 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 127 ­Dock Brown is head of household, 34 yrs. old, b. February 1866, TN md 11 yrs. to Sinthy, 31 yrs. old, b. March 1869, 6 children born, 5 children living. Children: Charley, 9 yrs. old, b. April 1891; Benton, 7 yrs. old, b. March 1893; Derough, 5 yrs. old, b. February 1895; Josie, 3 yrs. old, b. March 1897 & Sallie Brown, 1 yr. old, b. January 1899) (1910 census 18th Civil Dist., Bloomington Springs Town, Front Street, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 191 ­ Thomas E. Brown is head of household, 47 yrs. old, TN md 23 yrs. to Syntha S., 43 yrs. old, TN, 9 children born, 8 children living. Children: Charlie G., 18 yrs. old; Benton C., 16 yrs. old; Arless D., 14 yrs. old; Josie L., 12 yrs. old; Sallie G., 10 yrs. old; Secil C., 8 yrs. old; Minnie A., 6 yrs. old & Velma J., Brown, 2 yrs. old. All born in TN) (1920 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 108 ­Tommie Brown is head of household, 56 yrs. old, TN md 23 yrs. to Scynthie, 53 yrs. old, TN. Children: Sallie, 20 yrs. old; Cecil, 17 yrs. old; Minnie, 15 yrs. old & Velma Brown, 11 yrs. old. All born in TN). William Thomas " Tommy"Brown Obt. b. 1 February 1890, White Co., TN - d. 31 December 1931, Nashville, TN, md 22 October 1913, Putnam Co., TN, Dalie (Pennington) Brown, b. 13 July 1891, TN ­ 12 January 1987, d/o George Pennington & Josie Taylor. William T. Brown is the son of Daniel " Dan"Brown (1847-1921) & Amanda Bohannon (1849-1907), both buried in the Campbell Bohannon Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 186, #738: W. T. Brown married 22 October 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Delie Pennington). William Thomas Brown & Dalie Pennington had five children: Ina Monette Brown, b. 28 Jul. 1915 md Charles Crawford Winford; William Lawrence Brown, b. 17 Oct. 1917 md Winona Wilbank; Louise Virginia Brown, b. 21 Nov. 1923 md 1st Donald M. Ford ­ md 2nd Roy E. Maddux; Thomas Edmond

Brown, b. 2 Mar. 1926 md Gertrude Gnann & Robert Glenn Brown, b. 3 Sept. 1930 md Barbara Williamson. Last Rites Held For Tommy Brown: Funeral services for Tommy Brown, saleman for the Cookeville Marble and Granite Works, were conducted Saturday at the Baptist Church here by the Rev. Sam Edwards, pastor. Burial was in city cemetery. Mr. Brown died in a Nashville hospital Thursday after an operation from which he never recovered. He had been in poor health for several months. Surviving Mr. Brown are his widow and five children, Monette, Lawrence, Louise, Thomas and Glenn. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 7 January 1932. (1900 census 3rd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 35 ­Daniel Brown is head of household, 52 yrs. old, b. November 1847, TN md 29 yrs. to Amanda, 50 yrs. old, b. October 1849, TN, 8 children born, 7 children living. Children: Sallie, 28 yrs. old, b. May 1872; John, 21 yrs. old, b. July 1878; Eddie, 18 yrs. old, b. January 1882; Eldia, 18 yrs. old, b. January 1882; Martha, 12 yrs. old, b. July 1887 & Thomas, 10 yrs. old, b. February 1890. All born in TN). (1910 census 3rd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 15 ­Daniel Brown is head of household, 62 yrs. old, TN, widow. Children: Elda, 26 yrs. old; Martha, 22 yrs. old & William T. Brown, 19 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 3rd Civil Dist., Falling Water Road, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 18 ­William T. Brown is head of household, 28 yrs. old, TN md to Dalie, 26 yrs. old, TN. Children: Monette, 4 5/12 yrs. old, TN & Lawrence, 2+ yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Daniel Brown, father, 72 yrs. old, TN, widow & Elda Brown, sister, 37 yrs. old, TN). (1930 census 3rd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 73 ­Thomas Brown is head of household, 40 yrs. old, TN md to Dalie, 39 yrs. old, TN. Children: Monett, 14 yrs. old; Laurence, 11 yrs. old; Louise, 6 yrs. old & Thomas Brown, 4+ yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Elda Brown, sister, 47 yrs. old, TN). William Winfield Brown b. 12 May 1856, White Co., TN ­d. 11 November 1937, md on the 26th of December 1898, White Co., TN to Betty Caroline (Baker) Brown, b. 17 August 1857, DeKalb Co., TN ­d. 6 December 1934, d/o James Baker & Barla Robinson. William Winfield Brown, s/o Samuel Thomas Brown & Rebecca Henry. (William Winfield Brown was a Presbyterian ­ married twice, survived both wives. Son: S. T. Brown. Brothers: Rev. R. H. Brown & Sam S. Brown. Sisters: Mrs. Thomas Fancer & Mrs. Thomas Johnson). *See Betty Caroline (Baker) Brown Obt. *See S. T. Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 169: William W. Brown married 26 December 1898, White Co., TN to Miss Bettie C. Baker). William Winfield Brown b. -----, TN d. 11 Nov 1937 Age: 81y Father: Samuel Thomas Brown, TN Mother: Rebecca Henry, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #25924, Putnam Co., TN

Bettie Caroline Brown b. -----, TN d. 6 Dec 1934 Age: 77y Father: James Baker, TN Mother: Barla Robinson, TN Spouse: W. W. Brown City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #28798, Putnam Co., TN (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 527 ­William W. Brown is head of household, 44 yrs. old, b. May 1856, TN, Occupation: Grocerman, md 1 yr. to Bettie C., 42 yrs. old, b. August 1857, TN. Living in the household: Melvina J. Perkins, boarder, 67 yrs. old, b. July 1832, TN (father born in VA, mother TN), widow). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 172 - William W. Brown is head of household, 53 yrs. old, Occupation:Merchant Ret. Groceries, md 11 yrs. to Bettie C., 50 yrs. old, TN. Child: S. T. Brown, 16 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Thomas Scarlet, boarder, 50 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Dep. Clerk & Master, Putnam Co. & Franie Thomas, servant, 16 yrs. old, TN). Willie Luther Brown b. 23 December 1905 ­d. 7 July 1978, md on the 25th of June 1925, Putnam Co., TN to Mary Elizabeth (Tays) Brown, b. 2 September 1911 ­d. 3 November 1978. Willie Luther Brown' funeral arrangements s were by Dyer Funeral Home, Cookeville, TN. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 298, #3047: Luther Brown married 25 June 1925, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Mary Tays). Wincie Viola (Medley) Brown Obt. b. 14 December 1898, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 8 March 1989, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 4th of March 1923, Putnam Co., TN to Arless Dero Brown, b. 4 August 1894, TN ­d. 20 May 1979, s/o Thomas E. " Dock" (U. T.) Brown & Scynthia Carrington. Wincie Viloa (Medley) Brown, d/o James High Medley & Margaret Elizabeth Leftwich. *See Arless Dero Brown Obt. Funeral services for Wincie Brown, 90, of Cookeville, will be held tomorrow March 11 at 10:30 in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in City Cemetery. Mrs. Brown died Wednesday, March 8, 1989 at her home. Daughter of the late James High and Margaret Elizabeth Leftwich Medley, she was born December 14, 1898 in Putnam County. Mrs. Brown was a homemaker and member of the First Baptist Church. Her family includes 1 brother, Luther Medley of Cookeville; 3 grandchildren, Libby Grobmyer, Betty Brown Darwin and John Darwin, III and 4 granchildren. Pallbearers will be Harlan Mullins, Charles Hutchinson, Buddy Darwin, Don Haile, Cecil Montgomery and Clarence Newman. The family will receive friends at the funeral home after 3:00 today March 10. Memorial contributions may be made to First Baptist Church. Dr. Ken Actom will officiate at the services. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Friday, 10 March 1989.

Beulah (Rodgers) Bruce Obt. 4 March 1907, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 23 December 1994, Algood, Putnam Co., TN, md Phy Landon Bruce. Beulah (Rodgers) Bruce, d/o Joe T. Rodgers & Lizzie Burris. COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Beulah Rodgers Bruce, 87, December 26, at 10:30 a.m. in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Bruce died Friday, December 23, 1994, in Masters Health Care Center. Born in Putnam County on March 4, 1907, she was the daughter of the late Joe T. and Lizzie Burris Rodgers. Mrs. Bruce was a homemaker and a dietician in the Putnam County schools for over 25 years. She was a member of West View Baptist Church. Her family includes two sons and daughters-in-law, Landon and Toni Bruce of Cookeville and Joe and Janis Bruce of Maryville; two daughters and son-in-law, Lois Presley of Cookeville and Thelma and Hubert Carter of Cookeville; and five grandchildren, Diane Wheeler, Mike Martin, Mitzi Hanson, LeAnn Hicks and Mary Jo Mashburn. Mrs. Bruce was preceded in death by her husband, Phy Landon Bruce, and a brother, Lloyd Rodgers. The deacons of West View Baptist Church served as pallbearers. Bros. Eugene Schmid and Chuck Branch officiated at the services. Dr. Clarence V. Bruner Obt. b. 16 November 1893, Decherd, IA ­ d. 5 December 1996, KS, (Pvt. U.S. Army WWI), md 26th of December 1917, Murfreesboro, TN to Ethel (Overall) Bruner, b. 30 January 1894, Davidson Co., TN ­d. 1 July 1953, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, d/o W. C. Overall & Nannie Cawthorn. Dr. Clarence V. Bruner, s/o Simon Peter Bruner & Clara Virginia Garling. *See Billy " Bill"Anderson Obt. *See Walter B. Anderson Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside memorial services for Dr. Clarence V. Bruner will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Tues., May 30, at Cookeville City Cemetery. Full military honors will be provided by Cookeville American Legion Post #46, Cookeville VFW Post #6296, and VVA Post #741. Dr. Bruner died on Thurs., Dec. 5, 1996, at the age of 103 at the Hays Medical Center in Hayes, Kan. He was born on Nov. 16, 1893, in Decherd to the late Simon Peter and Clara Virginia Garling Bruner. He married Ethel Overall on Dec. 26, 1917, in Murfreesboro, and she died on July 1, 1953. Dr. Bruner served in the Army Signal Corps during World War I and was a life member of the American Legion of Cookeville. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Hays and Hays Rotary Club, and past member and District Governor of the Cookeville Rotary Club. He also became a Paul Harris Fellow. Dr. Bruner taught Sunday School at the First Presbyterian Church in Cookeville for 58 years. He was chairman of the Department of Social Science at Tennessee Tech University from 1935-1965. He served as Professor of History, Dean of Faculty and supervisor of the first self-study for accreditation by the Southern Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges. Dr. Bruner authored several textbooks in history and political science and has two adopted high school textbooks. His work includes "A History of the U.S. by the Unit Plan" in 1924; "A History of the

U.S. for High School" in 1942; and "Fundamentals of Citizenship" in 1952. Bruner Hall was built and named after him in 1964 on the campus of TTU. In 1964, he was named to Who's Who in America. In 1983, at the age of 90, he moved to Hays. His family includes a daughter and son-in-law, Virginia Claire and Art Dreiling of Hays; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Roy Bruner; four sisters, Elsie Holland, Edna Kinningham, Lelia Snyder and Ruby Marson; and a half brother, John Augustus Bruner. Dr. Charles McCaskey will officiate at the services. Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Published May 26, 2000 10:19 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Ethel (Overall) Bruner b. 30 January 1894, Davidson Co., TN ­d. 1 July 1953, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md 26th of December 1917, Murfreesboro, TN to Dr. Clarence V. Bruner, b. 16 November 1893, Decherd, IA ­d. 5 December 1996, KS, (Pvt. U.S. Army WWI), s/o Simon Peter Bruner & Clara Virginia Garling. Ethel (Overall) Bruner, d/o W. C. Overall & Nannie Cawthorn. *See Dr. Clarence V. Bruner Obt. Funeral services for Mrs. Ethel Overall Bruner, 59, wife of Dr. C. V. Bruner of the Tennessee Tech faculty were conducted Friday afternoon at the USA Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Hall Barrett, pastor officiating. Burial was in Cookeville city cemetery. Mrs. Bruner died Wednesday night in Cookeville General Hospital. She had been in ill health for more than a year. A native of Davidson County, Mrs. Burner moved to Murfreeboro as a girl with her parents, W. C. Overall and the late Mrs. Nannie Cawthorn Overall. She attended Middle Tennessee State College at Murfreesboro. During the 18 years she has lived in Cookeville. Mrs. Bruner had been active in religious and club work. She served as choir director at First Presbyterian Church and was past president of the congregation' s ladies guild. She also had served as president of the Cookville Music Club, the Fourth District and Tennessee Federation of Music clubs and the Cookeville Book Lovers Club. A talented musician, Mrs. Bruner also gave instruction in piano. Survivors include her husband who is head of the social science department at Tech, her father, W. C. Overall of Daytona Beach, FL, a daughter, Mrs. Arthur Dreiling of Hoxie, KS, a granddaughter, Madeline Claire Dreiling; four sisters, Mrs. Emery M. Nelson of Tuckahoe, NY, Mrs. John B. Quinn, Mrs. W. S. Finney, and Mrs. Abaline Morgan, all of Daytona Beach, FL. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 9 July 1953. Absalom Bryant Obt. A. Bryant b. 10 March 1842, Smith Co., TN d. 18 March 1914, Putnam Co., TN Father: Howell Bryant Mother: (Elizabeth), KY

City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #49, Putnam Co., TN *See Clay V. Bryant buried in Cookeville City Cemetery *See Worth Bryant Obt. *See James Noonan buried in Cookeville City Cemetery

The Cookeville Press 26 Oct 1899, Vol. XIII, No. 43, Page 5

Bryant's House Burned -- Last Tuesday the house with all its contents belonging to ex-county clerk A. Bryant, which is two miles west of town, was destroyed by fire. There was no one in the house at the time but Mr. Bryant, who being a cripple was barely able to save himself. The fire originated from a defective flue. The loss will amount to about $800 with $500 insurance. Putnam County Herald 19 Mar 1914, Vol. XII, No. 11, Page 1 A. Bryant Dead -- Former County Court Clerk A. Bryant, aged 72, died at his home 3 miles south of Cookeville, on Wednesday morning March 18, 1914, after an illness of several weeks. He was a Confederate Veteran, a member of the Methodist Church and one of the most highly esteemed citizens of Putnam County. He contracted rheumatism during his service in the army and for more than forty years was unable to walk, his limbs being badly distorted. He was notwithstanding his afflictions one of the most cheerful and optimistic of men. He was a remarkably well informed man, a great reader, and a splendid conversationalist. Mr. Bryant served from 1886 - 1894 as County Clerk of this county and prior to that time was for several years County Superintendent of Schools. He is survived by his wife and four grown children, Hon. Worth Bryant, a prominent lawyer of this city; Mrs. Flora Noonan of Cookeville, Clay V. Bryant, a well-known lumberman of Nashville, and Lafayette Bryant of Kansas; also a grandson of Finis Palk whom he had reared. He was laid to rest in the Cookeville Cemetery this afternoon. 17th TENNESSEE INFANTRY CSA Born: 10 Mar 1842 in Smith County, TN Died: 18 Mar 1914 in Putnam County, TN Buried: Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam County, TN Parents: Howell H. and Elizabeth (Unknown) Bryant 1st Married: First Wife died during the Civil War 2nd Married: Matilda Frances McBroom about 1866 in Putnam County, TN Born: abt 1845 Died: after 1880 in Putnam County, TN Buried: Parents: William and Mary (Fox) McBroom Children: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Lafayette Bryant Ann/Amy Bryant Worth Bryant Clara Bryant Flora Bryant Clay V. Bryant md Eona Hogan

3rd Married: Mary Caroline Madden on 26 Aug 1892 in Putnam County, TN Born: 14 Oct 1846 in Jackson County, TN

Died: 9 Mar 1923 in Putnam County, TN Buried: Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam County, TN Parents: Hosea and Rider (Terry) Madden MILITARY INFORMATION 17th Tennessee Infantry Regiment Company K ABSTRACT: · · · · · · Entered military as Private and left as a Private Enlisted 9 Jun 1861 at Camp Trousdale Aug 15 - Dec 31, 1861: Present May - Dec, 1892: Present Jan & Feb 1863: Present May - Jun 1863: Present

http://www.tngenes.net/military/cw/pc/bryant-a.html Clay V. Bryant b. 21 September 1875, TN ­d. 22 February 1956, (Tenn Inf. Band Spanish American War), md on the 29th of August 1900, Putnam Co., TN to Edna (Hogan) Bryant, b. 15 August 1881 ­d. 15 January 1963. Clay V. Bryant, s/o Absalom Bryant (1842-1914) & Matilda Frances McBroom. *See Absalom Bryant buried in Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 54: Clay V. Bryant married 29 August 1900, Putnam Co., TN to Edna A. Hogan. By whom married: W. H. Carr). Census Place: 1880 District 10, Putnam Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 184C Dwl: 50 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Absalom BRYANTSelf M M W 38 TN Occ: Farmer Fa: SC Mo: SC Matilda BRYANTWife F M W 35 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN Lafayette BRYANTSon M S W 14 TN Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN Amy BRYANT Dau F S W 12 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Worth BRYANT Son M S W 10 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Clara BRYANT Dau F S W 9 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Flora BRYANT Dau F S W 7 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Clay BRYANT Son M S W 4 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Eddrice Willene (Gentry) Bryant Obt. b. 18 March 1922, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 23 February 2001, md Rayburn V. Bryant, b. 6 November 1921, d. 6 May 1969 of cancer. Rayburn V. Bryant, s/o Claude Virgil Bryant & Mary Magdalene " Maggie" McCaleb. Claude V. Bryant, b. 26 October 1894 ­ d. 25 October 1980, md on the 9th of May 1915 to

Magdalene " Maggie" (McCaleb) Bryant, b. 13 September 1895 ­ d. 18 June 1977, both buried in the West Graveyard, Putnam Co., TN. Eddice Willene (Gentry) Bryant, d/o Riley P. Gentry (1885-1959) & Maude Susana PriscillaThompson (1884-1958), both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Rayburn V. Bryant buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Maude Susana Priscilla (Thompson) Gentry Obt. *See Riley P. Gentry buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Eddrice Willene Bryant, 78, of Cookeville, were held at 2 p.m. on Sat., Feb. 24, at Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Bryant died on Fri., Feb. 23, 2001, at NHC in Farragut. She was born on March 18, 1922, in Putnam County to the late Riley P. and Maude Thompson Gentry. Mrs. Bryant was a retired secretary for Dr. Jack Clark. She was a member of Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ. Her family includes a son, Vaden " Butch"Bryant of Cookeville; a daughter and son-in-law, Patricia June and William Anderson of Knoxville; two grandsons, John Rayburn Anderson and Michael Eric Anderson; and a granddaughter and spouse, Jennifer and Daniel Baker. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Rayburn V. Bryant; and two sisters, Lola Phillips and Esther Gentry. Pallbearers were Greg, Scott and Sterling McCanless, Eric and John Anderson, Dr. Richard Dycus, Charlie Moore and Bill Phillips. Honorary pallbearers were Fern Allen, Velma Peek, Billye Mason, Ann Morris, Helen Saunders, Frances Wilmoth, Thelma Cunningham, Sylvia Wright and Essie Bullington. Bros. Glen McDoniel and Phil McCanless officiated at the services. Harry Lee Bryant b. 6 December 1914, TN - d. 15 December 1914, TN Father: W. B. Bryant Mother: Eva Bush Cookeville Cemetery Putnam Co, TN DC #233, Putnam Co, TN J. P. Bryant Obt. b. 21 October 1919, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 2 September 2007, Murfreesboro, TN, md Mildred Mary (unknown) Byrant. J. P. Bryant, s/o Arthur Bryant & Mary Jane Eller. *See Mildred Mary Bryant Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for J.P. Bryant, 87, of Cookeville will be held Wednesday, Sept. 5, at 10 a.m. from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends today, Tuesday, Sept. 4, from 5-9 p.m. and Wednesday, Sept. 5, after 7 a.m. at the funeral home. Mr. Bryant died Sept. 2, 2007, at V.A. Medical Center in Murfreesboro. He was born Oct. 21, 1919, in Putnam County to the late Arthur and Mary Jane Eller Bryant.

Mr. Bryant was a factory worker with Duriron. He attended St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church and served in World War II as part of the 181st Field Artillery. His family includes a son, James Paul Bryant of Cookeville; a brother, M.C. Bryant of Cookeville; two sisters and a brother-in-law, Georgia Greene and Bobbie and Jack Gentry of Cookeville; two grandchildren, Chris Bryant and wife Kristie and Jennifer Patel and husband Anant; and five great-grandchildren, Craig and Corey Oakley and Cameron, Alexa and Devon Patel. In addition to his parents, Mr. Bryant was preceded in death by his wife, Mildred Bryant; a brother, Zina Bryant; and a sister, Bernice Coffee. Pallbearers will be the Veterans Honor Guard. Father Don Loskot S.D.S. will officiate the services. Published September 04, 2007 1:44 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Mack "MC" Clarence Bryant Obt. b. 21 April 1921, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 21 March 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md to Magnolia "Nola" (Lanes) Bryant, b. 19 Febraury 1920 ­ d. 20 March 2002. Mack " MC" Clarence Bryant, s/o James Arthur Bryant & Mary Jane Eller. *See Denny-Prichard Connections at: http://www.ajlambert.com COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Mack "MC" Clarence Bryant, 90, of Cookeville, will be held at 3 p.m. on Friday, March 23, 2012, at Cookeville City Cemetery. Mack "MC" Clarence Bryant went home to be with the Lord peacefully at home among family and friends on Wednesday, March 21, 2012. "MC" was born April 21, 1921, in Cookeville to the late Mary Jane (Eller) and James Arthur Bryant. MC served in the Army during World War II, receiving the American Theatre Ribbon, EAME Theatre Ribbon, the Brave Stars, Good Conduct Medal, Meritorious Unit Badge, the Purple Heart and the World War II Victory Medal. MC worked at Cookeville Industry. He also worked at AVCO Aerospace for 21 years before retiring in 1983. He was a certified mechanic and liked to tinker on cars and spend time with family. His family includes a son, Michael Bryant; a daughter, Delanie Bryant Jakubowski and husband John; grandchildren Vanessa Bryant Warren, Rhonda Bryant Hampton, Jonathan Jakubowski and wife Amanda and Brian Jakubowski; great-grandchildren Lyndsay Bryant Williams, Jaime and Michelle Warren, Cody and Carly Hampton and Addison and Avery Jakubowski; great-great-grandchildren, Cameron, Alivia, Brayden and Brynnlee; sisters Georgia Green, Barbara and Jack Gentry, Betty Jeannette and Buddy Murphy. The family would like to give a special thanks to Doris Ellen Fowler for her love and support, Care All and Sheila Thompson and Avalon Hospice for their services. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his loving wife of 58 years, Magnolia "Nola" Lanes Bryant; his stepmother, Myrtle Denny Bryant; brothers Zina Bryant and J.B. Bryant; sisters Sue Bryant Wheeler, Dorothy Dimple Bryant and Bernice Bryant Coffey. MC will be sadly missed by all who loved him and will be remembered as a strong, proud, respected man and a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother and friend. Pallbearers will be Jon Jakubowski, Brian Jakubowski, Chris Bryant, Jon Mygrant, Brock Stout and Bryan

Gregg. Honorary pallbearers will be Cody Hampton and Tom Key. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in honor of MC Bryant to the local chapter of the Disabled Veterans, 4306 Charleston Square, Cookeville, TN 38501. Go to www.crestlawnmemorial.com to sign the online guest book and send a message to his family. Crest Lawn Funeral Home-Cremation Center is in charge of arrangements (931) 526-6384. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 22 March 2012. Mary Caroline Bryant b. 14 October 1846, TN d. 9 March 1923 Father: Hosey Madden, NC Mother: Rider Terry, TN Cookeville Cemetery Putnam Co, TN DC #307, Putnam Co, TN Mildred Mary Bryant Obt. b. 30 May 1917, Chicago, IL ­d. 21 July 2004, md J. P. Bryant, b. 21 October 1919, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 2 September 2007, Murfreesboro, TN. *See J. P. Bryant Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Mildred Mary Bryant, 87, of Cookeville will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 24, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Vigil services will be at 7 p.m. on Friday, July 23, at the funeral home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. on Friday, at the funeral home. Mrs. Bryant died on Wednesday, July 21, 2004, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born on May 30, 1917, in Chicago, Ill. Mrs. Bryant was a retired floor supervisor at Cookeville Shirt Factory for more than 30 years. She was a member of St. Thomas Aquinas Roman Catholic Church. Her family includes her husband of 61 years, J.P. Bryant of Cookeville; a son, James Bryant of Cookeville; a grandson and wife, Chris and Kristie Bryant of Nashville; a granddaughter and husband, Jennifer and Anant Patel of Monterey, Calif.; four great-grandchildren, Craig and Corey Oakley, and Cameron and Alexa Patel; brothers-in-law and sister-in-law, Georgie Green of Cookeville, Jack and Barbara Gentry of Cookeville, M.C. Bryant of Cookeville, Sue Davis of Dayton, Ohio, and Betty and Buddy Murphy of Carrollton, Ga.; a cousin, Marion Lephart of Seabreeze, Fla.; and a host of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; and a sister, Marie Rickman. Bro. Jack Gentry and Father Donald Loskot will officiate at the services. Published July 22, 2004 10:27 AM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN

Myrtle B. Bryant b. 16 March 1909 ­d. 1 February 1953. `Thy God Has Claimed Thee As His Own' Nola (Stout) Bryant Obt. b. 19 February 1920, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 20 March 2002, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md Mack Bryant. Nola (Stout) Bryant, d/o Archie Lane Stout & Mary Jane Stafford. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Nola Bryant, 82, of Cookeville, will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, March 23, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 2-9 p.m. today, Friday, March 22; and from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, March 23, at the funeral home. Mrs. Bryant died on Wednesday, March 20, 2002, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born on Feb. 19, 1920, in Jackson County to the late Archie Lane and Mary Jane Stafford Lane Stout. Mrs. Bryant was retired from Cookeville and Sparta Shirt Factories. During World War II she went to Akron, Ohio, to help make lanterns for the soldiers. She was retired last from Norwalk Furniture. Her family includes her husband, Mack Bryant of Cookeville; a son and daughter-in-law, Mike and Ruth Bryant of Cookeville; a daughter and son-in-law, Delaine and John Jakubowski of Mt. Pleasant, Mich.; two sisters, Bea Hudson of Lebanon and Fannie Mae Minnear of Cookeville; grandchildren Vanessa Michelle Warren, Rhonda and Carl Hampton and Jonathan and Brian Jakubowski; and six great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother, Casper Stout, and a sister, Thelma Lane. Pallbearers will be Jonathan and Brian Jakubowski, Carl Hampton, Chris Bryant, Mike Jackson and Phillip Robinson. Bros. Jack Gentry and Orbin Lane will officiate at the services. Published March 22, 2002 10:20 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN PeeWee Bryant Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for PeeWee Bryant, 69, of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, July 5, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Crest Lawn Memorial Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. on Monday, July 4, at the funeral home. Mr. Bryant died Saturday, July 2, 2011, at his residence. He was born Dec. 27, 1941, in Putnam County to the late Lewis and Clarissa Stafford Bryant. Mr. Bryant owned and operated Bryant's Wholesale Cars. His family includes his wife, Gail Gentry Bryant of Cookeville; four children and their spouses, Terry and Lisa Bryant of New York and Randy and Lisa Bryant, Kelly and Anita Bryant and Sandy and Mark West, all of Cookeville; grandchildren and spouse Miranda and James Ray, Abby West and Kailee, Conner, Madison, Macy and Matthew Bryant; a sister, Bonnie Greenwood of Baxter; two brothers, Lonzo Bryant and Bill Bryant, both of Cookeville; and a brother-in-law and spouse, Bob and Pat Gentry.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by four brothers, Doodlebug, John Henry, Leroy and P.Y. Bryant. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Pastor Roy Allen and Vicky Reeves will officiate at the services. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 3 July 2011 Ralph Waldo Bryant Obt. b. 25 July 1900, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 7 November 1940, s/o Worth Bryant & Eva Moore. Ralph Waldo Bryant, single, Methodist. Sisters: Mrs. J. Carson Tyler of Nashville, TN & Miss Blance Bryant of Cookeville, TN ­Brother: Casto Bryant of Jamestown, KY. *See Worth Bryant Obt. Funeral services for Waldo Bryant, 40, who died at the City Hospital early this morning, will be held at the Methodist Church tomorrow, Friday, 2:00 o' clock with Rev. A. J. Morgan, pastor and Rev. G. C. McIlwain in charge. He was a member of the Methodist Church. He was an employee of the City Water and Light Plant, having been employed there for the past 14 years. Burial will be in the City Cemetery. Survivors: his mother, Mrs. Eva Moore Bryant, father, Worth Bryant, two sisters, Mrs. J. Carson Tyler of Nashville and Miss Blanche Bryant, of Cookeville, one brother, Casto Bryant, of Jamestown, KY. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: November 1940. #DC Certificate Number: 25954 Deceased Name: Ralph Waldo Bryant Date of Birth: 25 Jul 1900 Place of Birth: Putnam Co., TN Date of Death: 7 Nov 1940 Father: Worth Bryant Place of Birth: Putnam Co., TN Mother: Elizabeth Moore (Listed as Eva/Ova in the 1910 US census) Place of Birth: Putnam Co., TN Cemetery: City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Spring Street, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 129-136- Worth Bryant is head of household, 40 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Lawyer General Practice, md 15 yrs. to Ova, 37 yrs. old, TN, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Fern, 14 yrs. old; Blanch, 11 yrs. old; Waldo, 9 yrs. old & Casto Bryant, 7 yrs. old. All born in TN). Rayburn V. Bryant Story b. 6 November 1921, d. 6 May 1969 of cancer. (TN Cpl Co D 71 Inf 44 Div WWII). Rayburn V. Bryant md Eddrice Willene (Gentry) Bryant, b. 18 March 1922, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 23 February 2001, d/o Riley P. Gentry (1885-1959) & Maude Susana Priscilla Thompson (1884-1958), both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Rayburn V. Bryant, s/o Claude Virgil Bryant & Mary Magdalene " Maggie" McCaleb. Claude V. Bryant, b. 26 October 1894 ­ d. 25 October 1980, md on the 9th of May 1915 to Magdalene " Maggie" (McCaleb) Bryant, b. 13 September 1895 ­ d. 18 June 1977, both buried in the West Graveyard, Putnam Co., TN. *See Eddrice Willene (Gentry) Bryant Obt.

Source: Heritage of Putnam County Tennessee ­ 2008 by Putnam County Heritage Book Committee, pg. 60. #231: Rayburn Bryant Shell Station 1958. Rayburn Bryant, born Nov. 6, 1921 to Claude Virgil and Mary Magdalene " Maggie"McCaleb Bryant owned and operated this station for several years, along with his son Butch. Rayburn married Eddrice Willene Gentry, daughter of Riley P. Gentry and Maude Thompson Gentry. Rayburn and Willene have two children: Alexis Vaden " Butch" Bryant, b. 25 Dec. 1943 and Patricia June (Bryant) Anderson, b. 30 Dec. 1946. Willene worked at Dr. Clark' office for s several years. Their family farm is located on Bunker Hill Road and still remains in the family. Rayburn died 6 May 1969 of cancer, and Willene died 23 Feb. 2001. They are both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Submitted by: Sharon Bryant Mata. Cpl. Bryant, Pvt. Gentry Honor Guests: Honoring their son-in-law, Cpl. Rayburn V. Bryant, home on furlough from the European Theatre of Operations, and their nephew, Pvt. Charles Ezell Gentry, who is spending his furlough at home, following many months in the Pacific area, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Gentry were hosts Monday of a delightfully arranged gathering when different members of their family participated in the social features of the day. An excellent menu was served and those sharing it were: Cpl. Bryant, Mrs. Bryant and son, Alex Vaden Bryant, Pvt. and Mrs. Gentry and son, Charles E., Jr., Mr and Mrs. Carlos Gentry, Mrs. Ester Gaw, Aline Gaw, Jean and Billy Phillips, of Vincennes, IN, who are spending the summer with their grandparents. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 2 August 1945. Tim " Dooley"Bryant Obt. b. 12 January 1962, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 30 May 2005, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, s/o P. Y. Bryant & Mary Young Finley. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Tim " Dooley"Bryant, 43, of Cookeville will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, June 2, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from noon until 9 p.m. on Wednesday, June 1; and after 10 a.m. on Thursday, at the funeral home. Mr. Bryant died on Monday, May 30, 2005, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born on Jan. 12, 1962, in Putnam County to Mary Young Finley of Cookeville and the late P.Y. Bryant. He was a welder in the construction industry. In addition to his mother, his family includes two sons, Trampus Lawson of Jackson County and Jessie Ivey of New Orleans, La.; two sisters, Cheri Flatt of Cookeville and Tracy Karthouser of Live Oak, Calif.; and a grandson, Dorian Lawson. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Harrison and Lillian Young; and paternal grandparents, Lewis and Clarssi Bryant. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Bro. David Flatt will officiate at the services. Published May 31, 2005 10:04 AM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN

Willie D. Bryant b. 11 January 1908 ­ d. 9 December 1956, md Dimple N. (unknown) Bryant, b. 20 July 1914 ­ d. 26 March 1990. `God gave, he took, he will restore, he doeth all thing well' Worth Bryant Obt. b. 19 July 1869, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 1 July 1947, Putnam Co., TN, md 1st on the 23rd of September 1894, Putnam Co., TN to Eva (Moore) Bryant, b. 1873, TN ­d. 1954, she is buried next to her children, Ralph Waldo Bryant (1900-1940) & Blanche Bryant (1898-19--), Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Worth Bryant was the son of Absalom Bryant & Matilda Frances McBroom. Hon. Worth Bryant, a prominent lawyer of this city. Worth Bryant md 2nd on the 6th of May 1926, White Co., TN to Stella M. (Jackson) Bryant, b. 21 November 1896 ­d. 6 November 1905. (Worth adopted daughter Barbara Bryant ­Son: H. C. Bryant of Okmulgee, OK ­Daughters: Mrs. J. C. Tyler, Nashville, TN & Miss Blance Bryant of Cookeville, TN. Granddaughter: Mrs. Earl C. Perry & Mrs. J. T. Price, Jr., both of Nashville, TN ­ Brothers: Clay & Lafayett Bryant. Great-grandson: John Cleveland Perry). *See Absalom Bryant buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Ralph Waldo Bryant Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 467: Worth Bryant married 23 September 1894, Putnam Co., TN to Eva Moore). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record,White Co., TN: pg. 320 Worth Bryant married 6 May 1926, White Co., TN to Stella M. Jackson). Worth Bryant, 79, Colorful Cookeville Lawyer, Dies Tuesday: Worth Bryant, colorful Cookeville lawyer for the past 50 years, died at his home here Tuesday afternoon shortly after 5 o' clock after a long illness caused from a heart ailment. Known as " colonel"throughout a wide are, there are many colorful stories about his practice in the courts. He was often called upon to sit on the bench in the absence of regular judges. His last practice was in the December term of chancery court in Cookeville. He became ill in January. Son of the late Mr. and Mr. A. Bryant, the ` colonel"was born and reared in Putnam County. He would have been 79 had he lived until July 19. Mr. Bryant was removed from a Nashville hospital to his home Saturday. He had been in Nashville for seven weeks. During his law practice, Mr. Bryant was in a partnership with the late Federal Judge John J. Gore, the late Wynn F. Clouse, the late Edgar Thompson, Keith Bohannon, and probably other local lawyers the Herald did not learn about. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o' clock Thursday afternoon at the Carver Funeral Home by members of the Cookeville Bar Association. Burial will be in the City Cemetery. Survivors include his wife Mrs. Stella Jackson Bryant, and an adopted daughter, Barbara; a son, H. C. Bryant of Okmulgee, OK; two daughters, Mrs. J. C. Tyler, Nashville, and Miss Blanche Bryant, Cookeville; two grandchildren, Mrs. Earl C. Perry and Mrs. J. T. Price, Jr., both of Nashville; one greatgrandchild, John Cleveland Perry, Nashville; two brothers, Clay V. Bryant, Nashville, and Lafayette Bryant, San Franciso, CA. A former wife was Mrs. Eva Moore Bryant, Cookeville. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Cookeville Bar Association, members of the Tennessee Supreme Court of Appeals.

Active pallbearers: Jim Clark, Algood; Jim and Scott Camp, Sparta; Dave Lansden and Houston Roberts, Nashville; H. G. Shealy, Keith Bohannon, Judge John A. Mitchell, Jimmie Joe Scott, Sheriff H. E. Higgenbotham and D. H. Morgan, all of Cookeville. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 3 July 1947. Census Place: 1880 District 10, Putnam Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 184C Dwl: 50 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Absalom BRYANTSelf M M W 38 TN Occ: Farmer Fa: SC Mo: SC Matilda BRYANTWife F M W 35 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN Lafayette BRYANTSon M S W 14 TN Occ: Farm Laborer Fa: TN Mo: TN Amy BRYANT Dau F S W 12 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Worth BRYANTSon M S W 10 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Clara BRYANT Dau F S W 9 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Flora BRYANT Dau F S W 7 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Clay BRYANT Son M S W 4 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 423-433 - Worth Bryant is head of household, 30 yrs. old, b. July 1869, TN, Occupation: Attorney, md 6 yrs. to Eva, 25 yrs. old, b. May 1875, TN, 2 children born, 2 children living. Children: Fern, 4 yrs. old., b. March 1896 & Blanch Bryant, 2 yrs. old, b. June 1898. Also living in the household: Willie Minton, servant, 13 yrs. old, b. February 1887, TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Spring Street, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 129-136- Worth Bryant is head of household, 40 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Lawyer General Practice, md 15 yrs. to Ova, 37 yrs. old, TN, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Fern, 14 yrs. old; Blanch, 11 yrs. old; Waldo, 9 yrs. old & Casto Bryant, 7 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Spring Street, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 262-317- Worth Bryant is head of household, 51 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Lawyer General Practice, md to Ova, 47 yrs. old, TN. Children: Waldo, 18 yrs. old; Casto, 16 yrs. old & Blanche Bryant, 20 yrs. old. All born in TN). Zina Lee Bryant b. 1912 ­ d. 1978 md on the 15th of September 1934, Jackson Co., TN to Clara (Hunter) Bryant, b. 2 March 1915 ­ d. 12 March 1993, d/o0 Joe B. Hunter (1915-1993) & Maggie Welch (1891-1975). Zina Lee Bryant, s/o James Arther Bryant (1888-1965) & Mary Jane Young Eller, both buried in the Judd Church Cemetery, Putnam Co. TN. *See Joe B. Hunter buried in Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 535: Zina Bryant married 15 September 1934, Jackson Co., TN to Clara Hunter). (SS Death Index: Name: ZINA BRYANT Birth: 02 Nov 1912- Death: Oct 1978 Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 414-03-1468, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: CLARA H BRYANT Birth: 02 Mar 1915- Death: 12 Mar 1993 Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 409-28-9634, TN)

Ephraim " Mr. B."Buchanan Jr. b. 2 December 1929, Pulaski, KY ­ d. 30 June 2011, Putnam Co., TN, md Althene (Smith) Buchanan. Ephraim Buchanan Jr., s/o Ephraim Buchanan Sr. & Lucy Claunch. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Ephraim (better known as Mr. B) Buchanan Jr., 81, of Cookeville, will be held at 3 p.m. on Sunday, July 3, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Interment, with military honors, will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 1 p.m. until time of services on Sunday at the funeral home. Mr. Buchanan died Thursday morning, June 30, 2011, at his home. He was born Dec. 2, 1929, in Pulaski, Ky., to the late Ephraim and Lucy Claunch Buchanan. Mr. Buchanan was valedictorian of his 1949 Nancy High School graduating class in Nancy, Ky. He owned and operated B&H Shoes in Cookeville until his retirement and was an Army veteran of the Korean War. His family includes his wife of 58 years, Althene Smith Buchanan of Cookeville (whom he married April 26, 1953, in Rossville, Ga.); a son and daughter-in-law, Doug and Kellie Buchanan of Knoxville; two daughters and sons-in-law, Shelia and John Blakley of Huntsville and Debra and Dr. Hugh Thompson of Baxter; seven grandchildren, Stephanie and husband Nick Barca, Andrea and husband Jason Smith, Ryan Thompson, Amanda and husband Eric Kirk, Andrew Blakley, Luke Buchanan and Ben Buchanan; a greatgrandson, Colin Barca; and a brother and sister-in-law, Calvin and Kay Buchanan of Somerset, Ky. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Memorial donations may be made to Caris Hospice, 2525 Highway 111, Cookeville, TN 38501, or to the National Parkinson Foundation, Gift Processing Center, PO Box 5018, Hagerstown, MD 21741-5018. Dr. Randall Adkisson and Revs. Charles Hutchinson and Barry Boggs will officiate at the services. Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, (931) 526-6111. You may share your thoughts and memories at www.hhhfunerals.com. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 1 July 2011. Bertie (Brown) Buck Obt. b. 21 December 1909, White Co., TN ­ d. 17 October 1999, md James Peek Buck Sr., b. 1903 ­ d. 21 June 1986. Bertie (Brown) Buck, d/o Charles Lee Brown & Augusta Womack. COOKEVILLE-- Funeral services for Bertie Brown Buck, 98, of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19, 1999 from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends today, Monday, from 5-8 p.m. at the funeral home. Mrs. Buck died Sunday, October 17, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born on December 21, 1909 in White County to the late Charles Lee and Augusta Womack Brown. She was retired from the Putnam County school system after completing 45 years as teacher and

counselor. In 1963, she became the first certified counselor in the Upper Cumberland and one of the first in Tennessee. She had many experiences with professional organizations, such as NEA, TEA, MTEA, PCEA, APGA, TPGA and CPGA. In 1949, she served as Worthy Matron of the Eastern Star; in 1953, she was the state president of the Tennessee Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs. She had worked with the local branch of American Association of University Women and the Cookeville Music Club. She was a member of Collegeside Church of Christ. Mrs. Buck's family includes two stepsons and their wives, James Peek Jr. and Irene Buck, and Robert Harold and Jewell Buck, all of Cookeville; one granddaughter and her husband, Angeli and Tim Durm of Cookeville; one grandson and his wife, Robert B. and Traci Buck of Murfreesboro; five greatgrandchildren, Avery, Lindsi and Kelsi Buck, and Timothy and Jake Durm; two nieces, Carolyn Barnett of Paoli, Ind., and Betty Gentry of Spartanburg, S.C. Mrs. Buck was preceded in death by her husband, James Peek Buck Sr., a sister, Lorene Joehrendt, and a brother, Cantrell Brown. Pallbearers will be Robert B. Buck, Tim L. Durm, Keith Hollingsworth, L.A. "Sonny" Allen, James Foutch and Kenneth Milligan. Honorary pallbearers are teachers and retired teachers of Putnam County. Memorial donations may be made to the church or charity of your choice.

Published October 19, 1999 10:39 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN

J. Lafayette " Fate"Buck b. 3 October 1851, TN ­ d. 18 January 1927, md to A. Francis (unknown) Buck, d. 16 May 1920 at 78 yrs. old. J. Lafayette " Fate"Buck, s/o Enoch Buck. (No issue). `Be ye ready for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man cometh' Fate Buck b. -----, TN d. 18 January 1927 Age: abt 78y Father: Enoch Buck, TN Mother: Unknown Unknown ----Cookeville Cemetery Putnam DC #1515, Putnam Co., TN (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 108 ­Lafayette Buck is head of household, 52 yrs. old, b. October 1847, TN md 22 yrs. to Alice F., 50 yrs. old, b. May 1850, TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 218 ­Lafate Buck is head of household, 61 yrs. old, TN md to Allice F., 62 yrs. old, TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Sparta Rd., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 111 ­Lafayette Buck is head of household, 67 yrs. old, TN md to Francis, TN). Lester Perry Buck b. 21 April 1923, Antioch, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 25 October 1994, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN. Lester married Murrel (Reed) Buck on Sept. 15, 1944. They were married 50 years at the time of his death. They had 3 children, Bobby,

Jerry Buck and Debbie Buck-Wheeler, They had 8 grandchildren and 2 deceased grandchildren. and 5 great-grandchildren. *See Murrel (Reed) Buck Shoemake Obt. *See Evia Mae (Harris) Reed Obt. *See Debra A. (Buck) Wheeler Obt. Murrel (Reed) Buck Shoemake, b. 29 November 1927, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 18 June 2000, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Walter Reed & Evia Mae Harris. Lester & Murrel Buck were married Sept. 15, 1944, They were married 50 years at the time of Lester's death in 1994. They had 3 children, Bobby, Jerry Buck & Debbie Buck-Wheeler. They had 10 grandchildren, 2 grandchildren preceded them in death. 5 Great-grandchildren. In 1998 Murrell married James Shoemake on New Year's Eve.

COOKEVILLE -- The vans and trucks are familiar, as they are seen all over town - featuring a buck's head with the words "Buck's Plumbing" on it. What you may not know is that the business is celebrating 50 years of serving the Upper Cumberland this year. "My father (Lester) began the business in 1960," Jerry Buck, owner, said. "It began as Cookeville Plumbing, but when I took it over in 1968, I merged the two businesses into Buck's Plumbing." Lester was born in Jackson County and his wife, Murrel, was born in Sparta. They moved to Ohio prior to settling back in Tennessee and stayed here ever since. Jerry ran the business with Lester up until his death in 1994 at age 71. Lester had done excavation work and got into the plumbing business through his affiliation with Herbie Clouse, another plumber that was in the area at that time. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Sunday, 16 May 2010. Pauline (Wiggs) Buck Obt. b. 5 October 1905, Chalybeate, MS ­d. 17 February 1930, md on the 8th of October 1926, Putnam Co., TN to James P. Buck. Pauline (Wiggs) Buck, d/o d/o Marcus Wiggs & Mary Lou Keith. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 374, #4537: James P. Buck married 8 October 1926, Putnam Co., TN to Pauline Wiggs Mrs. Pauline (Wiggs) Buck, aged 24, died at her home north of T. P. I. Monday. Mrs. Buck is survived by her husband, James P. Buck and two children, one being only 22 days old at the time of her death, five brothers and four sisters. One brother, Danile Wiggs, is a student at T. P. I. Funrerl services were conducted at the residence by Rev. H. M. Jarvis, after which the remains were laid to rest in the City Cemetery. Mrs. Buck was a devoted member of the Methodist Church. She had only been in this community since 1926, having been reared in Chalybeate, MS. The bereaved husband and family have the sympathy of the entire community in this sad hour. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 20 February 1930 Certificate: #3981 Putnam Co., TN Deceased: Mrs. Pauline Buck Age: 24y 4m 12d Birth Place: MS Death: 17 Feb 1930

Father: Marcus Wiggs Father's Birth Place: TN Mother: Mary Lou Keith Mother's Birth Place: MS Cemetery: City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN Willis Buck b. 16 June 1903 ­ d. 20 May 1982, md on the 29th of October 1933, Putnam Co., TN to Cleo (Murphy) Buck, b. 3 October 1908. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 181: Willis Buck married 29 October 1933, Putnam Co., TN, age 30, address: Cookeville, TN to Miss Cleo Murphy, age 25, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Harley Murphy, Cookeville, TN). (SS Death Index: Name: WILLIS BUCK Birth: 16 Jun 1903 ­ Death: May 1982 ­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 415-30-4803, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: CLEO BUCK Birth: 03 Oct 1908 ­ Death: Jun 1995 ­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 409-05-5939, TN) Crawford Buckner Obt. b. 20 December 1882, TN ­ d. 30 October 1979, Sparta, TN, md on the 2nd of October 1910, Putnam Co, TN to Sarah Jane (Harord) Buckner, b. 13 December 1887, TN ­d. 17 June 1983. Crawford Buckner, s/o Joseph " Joe"Buckner & Caroline Sims. `We Will Meet Again' (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 5, #20: C. Buckner married 2 October 1910, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Sarah Jane Harord. By whom married: S. Bohanan, Justice of the Peace). COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for Crawford Buckner, 96, will be held Thursday, Nov. 1, at 1 p.m. from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Bro. Henry Roberson officiating. Mr. Buckner died October 30 at the Sparta Health Care Center following an extended illness. A native of Putnam County and a resident of Cookeville, he was the son of the late Joe and Caroline Sims Buckner. He was a retired farmer and a member of Rocky Point Baptist Church. Survivors include his widow. Sarah Jane Bucker of Cookeville; two half sisters, Mrs. Minnie Adkins and Mrs. Flossie Bilbrey, both of Cookeville; a number of nieces and nephews. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 31 October 1979 (1910 census 3rd Civil Dist., Cleghorn Hollow Rd., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 73- Joseph Buckner is head of household, 54 yrs. old, TN md 18 yrs. to Mary, 34 yrs. old, TN, 3 children born, 2 children living. Children: Crawford, 26 yrs. old; Arnold, 3 yrs. old & Flossie Buckner, 7/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (Source: WWI Draft Registration Card, 1917-1918 Record, Putnam Co., TN: Crawford Buckner, gray eyes, black hair, medium height, medium build, 36 yrs. old, b. 20 December 1881, white, citizen, native born, present occupation: farming, place of employment: Cookeville, TN, nearest relative: Sarah Jane Buckner, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN). Donna Sue Buckner

b. 3 November 1970 ­d. 3 November 1970. J. Vestal Buckner b. 17 March 1910 ­d. 9 January 1996, md on the 24th of August 1934, Putnam Co., TN to Gladys (Sliger) Buckner, b. 30 December 1907 ­d. 11 June 1990. `In God's Care' (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 327: Vestal Buckner married 24 August 1934, Putnam Co., TN, age 22, address: Cookeville, TN to Gladys Sliger, age 22, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Russ Sliger, Cookeville, TN). (SS Death Index: Name: BUCKNER, VESTEL ­Birth: 17 Mar 1910 -Death: Jan 1996- Last Residence (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 414-09-0843, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: BUCKNER, GLADYS ­ Birth: 30 Dec 1907 -Death: 11 Jun 1990- Last Residence (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 409-05-5090, TN) James Doyle Buckner b. 2 September 1924 - d. 19 January 1970, (Chief Radioman -USN) `Forever With the Lord ­ We Will Meet Again' James Buckner served in the U. S. Navy during WWII in the Central Pacific aboard the USS Hazelwood. He died January 19, 1970, and is buried in the Cookeville City Cemetery. CHIEF RADIOMAN JAMES DOYLE BUCKNER, SEAMAN FIRST CLASS WILLARD HORACE BUCKER & DC3 KENNETH WINELL BUCKNER The Herald-Citizen Veterans of the Week are Chief Radioman James Doyle Buckner, Seaman, First Class Willard Horace Buckner and DC3 Kenneth Winell Buckner. On hand for the photo are brother Donald Buckner; Frances Buckner, widow of Horace Buckner; Kenneth Buckner and his wife, Barbara Buckner. James Buckner served in the U. S. Navy during WWII in the Central Pacific aboard the USS Hazelwood. He died Jan. 19, 1970, and is buried in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Horace Buckner served in the U. S. Navy from March 16, 1945, through Aug. 9, 1946. He received the Victory Medal and the Asiatic-Pacific Medal. He served aboard the USS LST-611. He died June 10, 2003. Kenneth Buckner served in the U. S. Navy from March 24, 1951, through March 18, 1955, during the Korean Conflict. He served aboard the USS Prichard DD561. For more information about the Putnam County Veterans Hall, call 520-0042. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Tuesday, 20 August 2009, front page ­photo by Ty Kernea. *See Veterans of Putnam County, TN (part 2) at: http://www.ajlambert.com James M. Buckner b. 20 September 1880 ­d. 12 May 1959, md Mary Linnie (unknown) Buckner, b. 25 May 1886 ­d. 18 March 1973. `Rest In Peace' (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 113: James Buckner married 19 January 1902, Putnam Co., TN to Linnie Huddleston). (1910 census 3rd Civil Dist., Cleghorn Hollow Rd., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 75 - James M. Buckner is head of household, 29 yrs. old, TN md 9 yrs. to Mary L., 23 yrs. old, TN, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Florence E., 6 yrs. old; William E., 4 yrs. old; Clara M., 3 yrs. old; Charlie F., 1 11/12 yrs. old & Joseph V. Buckner, 1/12 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Elizabeth Jackson, 27 yrs. old, TN, servant; Lan Jackson, 7 yrs. old, TN, boarder & Minnie L. Jackson, 5 yrs. old, TN, boarder). Jessie Mae (Callahan) Buckner Obt.

b. 26 March 1915, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 30 November 2002, Cookeville, TN md on the 20th of January 1940, Putnam Co., TN toW. Estes Buckner, b. 17 February 1905 ­ d. 30 January 1954. Jessie Mae (Callahan) Buckner, d/o Mal Verble Callahan & Martha Graham. *See W. Estes Bucker buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 291, docket 1, pg. 194: Estes Buckner married 20 January 1940, Putnam Co., TN, age 34, address: Cookeville, TN to Jessie Callahan, age 25, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Mal Callahan). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Jessie Mae Buckner, 87, of Cookeville were held at 11 a.m. today, Monday, Dec. 2, from the Cookeville chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Buckner died on Saturday, Nov. 30, 2002, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born on March 26, 1915, in Overton County to the late Mal Verble and Martha Graham Callahan. Her family includes three sisters, Delzie Collott of Bowie, Md., Ruth Goff of Cookeville and Golda Dillon of Forston, Ga.; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Estes Buckner; a sister, Belle Williams; and a brother, Paul Callahan. Pallbearers were family and friends. Rev. Gary West officiated at the services. Published December 02, 2002 12:08 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Katie (McGee) Buckner b. 11 November 1905 ­d. 28 Janaury 1994. In Loving Memory' *See Morris L. " Jabo"McGee buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Leola Doris (Harrison) Buckner b. 15 September 1931 ­ d. 10 May 1985, md the 18th of September 1965 to Kenneth Buckner, b. 10 November 1932. Ollie Mae Buckner b. 1 October 1920 ­d. December 1977. W. Estes Buckner b. 17 February 1905 ­d. 30 January 1954, md on the 20th of January 1940, Putnam Co., TN to Jessie Mae (Callahan) Buckner, b. 26 March 1915, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 30 November 2002, Cookeville, TN, d/o Mal Verble Callahan & Martha Graham. *See Jessie Mae (Callahan) Buckner Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 291, docket 1, pg. 194: Estes Buckner married 20 January 1940, Putnam Co., TN, age 34, address: Cookeville, TN to Jessie Callahan, age 25, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Mal Callahan). William Horace Buckner b. 1927 ­d. 11 June 2003, md Frances (unknown) Buckner. *See James Doyle Buckner buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

Cora Etta (Allison) Bullington Obt. b. 11 November 1888, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 19 December 1970, Cookeville, TN, md on the 12th of April 1915, Putnam Co., TN to Linnie Milan Bullington. Cora Etta (Allison) Bullington, d/o Julius Pleasant Allison & Virginia Catherine Ensor. *See Linnie Milan Bullington Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. #1032: Linnie M. Bullington married 12 April 1915, Putnam Co., TN to Cora Allison). Mrs. Cora Etta Bullington, 82, widow of Linnie Bullington of Cookeville, died at the Cookeville General Hospital Saturday following an extended illness. She was a resident of 1305 Crescent Drive, where she had called home for some years. Funeral services were today at the First United Methodist Church where she had worshipped for many years. Rev. Ben Alexander and Rev. Fred Johnson officiated. Burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Bullington, the former Cora Allison was a native of Putnam County, daughter of the late Julius Pleasant and Virginia Catherine Ensor Allison. She had called Cookeville home where she attended school and where she was an elementary teacher. She held membership with the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Cookeville' Music Club, Business and Professional Women' Club and the s s Ladies Aid Society of the Methodist Church. Survivors are a son, John Allison Bullington; sister, Mrs. Dora Anderson, both of Cookeville; two grandchildren. Whitson Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Monday, 21 December 1970. James M. Bullington b. 6 May 1933 ­d. 30 July 2005, (Pvt. U.S. Air Force). John Allison Bullington Obt. b. 9 July 1917, Cookeville, TN - d. 14 July 1975, s/o Pleasant Julius Allison & Virginia Catherine " Jenny"Ensor. John Allison Bullington md 19 December 1945, Temperance Reed " Tempy"Hazard, b. 24 February 1922 ­ d. 29 November 1982, d/o James O. Hazard & Elizabeth Backus. Both Buried: +Cookeville City Cemetery, Cookeville, TN. (SS Death Index: Name: JOHN BULLINGTON Birth: 09 Jul 1917 Death: Jul 1975­ Last Residence: (not specified) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-14-7143, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: TEMPERANC BULLINGTON Birth: 24 Feb 1922 Death: Nov 1982­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 415-20-8403, TN). John Allison Bullington Obt. COOKEVILLE - - Funeral services were held yesterday at the First Methodist Church in Cookeville for John Allison, 58, of 280 Linnaeus Avenue. He died Monday at his home after an extended illness.

James Clardy and Charles Galbreath officiated at the services that were held at 2 p.m. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. A native of Putnam County, Mr. Bullington was the son of Linnie M. and Cora Allison Bullington. He was professor of civil engineering at Tennessee Tech, a member of the order of the Engineer, Chi Epsilon, Rotary Club and the Gideons. He was also a member of Parkview Methodist Church. Bullington is survived by his wife, Mrs. Temperance Bullington; two sons, Joe and William Bullington; daughter-in-law, Carol Sue Bullington; and grandson, Christopher Shawn Bullington. All are residents of Cookeville. Whitson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Herald-Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN, Wednesday, 16 July 1975. Linnie Milan Bullington b. 16 December 1884, Putnam Co., TN ­ 10 July 1965, Cookeville, TN, md on the 12th of April 1915, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN to Cora Etta (Allison) Bullington, b. 11 November 1888 ­ 19 December 1970, d/o Julius Pleasant Allison & Virginia " Jennie"Catherine Ensor. Linnie Milan Bullington, s/o John Wesley Bullington & Evelyn " Evie"Angeline Essex. *See Cora Etta (Allison) Bullington Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. #1032: Linnie M. Bullington married 12 April 1915, Putnam Co., TN to Cora Allison). L. M. Bullington, 80, Attorney, Dies; Title Authority. Linnie Milan Bullington, 80, practicing attorney here for 50 years and expert on land titles, was discovered dead at his home Saturday morning when Mrs. Bullington went to his room to awaken him. He had worked in his office Thursday. He had suffered from a heart ailment for some time. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at First Methodist Church, and burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Bullington, a native of Putnam County, was born December 16, 1884. He graduated from Cumberland University Law School in 1906 and had maintained an office in the First National Bank building, originally the Gibson building, since that time. Earlier he had taught school for a time in the Wilder area above Monterey. Mr. Bulington was well-known as a land surveyor and is said to have possessed the best available file of Maps and data on Putnam and neighboring counties bearing upon land titles. He started practice in association with the late Judge O. K. Holladay and served as Cookeville city judge during the mayoralty of Judge O. K. Holladay. He later shared a law suite with Judge John D. Holladay. He was a member of the Putnam County Bar Association. For some 40 years he had taught Sunday School at First Methodist.

Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Cora Allison Bullington, 1305 Crescent Drive, and a son, John A. Bullington, 280 Linneus Drive; two brothers, L. L. Baxter, and Marvin Bullington, Tampa, Fla.; four halfbrothers, George, of Lebanon; Paul, Old Hickory; Lilburn, Sarasota, Fla.; and Charles Rhea Bullington, Nashville; two half-sisters, Mrs. Rudolph Rosebrough, DeLand, Fla., and Miss Rose Bullington. Source: A History of Putnam County Tennessee by Walter S. McClain, pg. 148: Linnie Milan Bullington, born December 16, 1884, in Gentry, Tennessee. Graduate of Cumberland University Law School. Married April 12, 1915, to Miss Cora Allison. Has been engaged in the practice of law in Cookeville since 1909. Commissioner of Finance of Cookeville 1920-24. Member of Methodist Episcopal Church, South. During his term as Commissioner, Cookeville' one hundred thousand dollar Grammar School was erected also the s light plant. He gave four years of his time to Cookeville in an efficient and pains-taking way. Mr. Bullington is a strong advocate of good roads and better schools. Nannie Lou (Bohannon) Bullington Obt. b. 28 May 1903, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 29 May 2002, Oak Ridge, TN, md on the 14th of September 1919, Putnam Co., TN to Thurman R. Bullington, b. 13 February 1896 ­ d. 11 November 1968. Nannie Lou (Bohannon) Bullington, d/o Virgil Bohannon & Maude Wilhite. *See Thurman R. Bullington buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Willie Clay Bullington Obt. *See Virgil Ray Bullington Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Horace Ray Lewis Obt. (Note: Virgil Bohannon, b. 4 November 1882 ­d. 19 April 1933 & his wife Maude (Wilhite) Bohannon, b. 1 February 1882 ­d. 19 June 1975, both buried in the Salem Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 527, #2085: Thurman R. Bullington married 14 September 1919, Putnam Co. TN to Nannie Lou Bohannon. By whom married: B. C. Huddleston, Justice of the Peace). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Nannie Lou Bullington, 99, of Cookeville will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Friday, May 31, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-9 p.m. today, Thursday, May 30, and from noon until time of services on Friday, May 31, at the funeral home. Mrs. Bullington died on Wednesday, May 29, 2002, at Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge. She was born on May 28, 1903, in Putnam County to the late Virgil and Maude Wilhite Bohannon. Mrs. Bullington was a seamstress with Cookeville Shirt Factory. She was a member of Willow Avenue Church of Christ and was also a member of the Eastern Star. Her family includes two sons, Willie Clay Bullington of Cookeville and Virgil Ray Bullington of Knoxville; two daughters, Dimple Marie Campbell and Sara Ruth Lewis, both of Cookeville; seven grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Thurman Bullington; a daughter, Reba Pauline Migliore; and a brother, Willie Owen Bohannon. Pallbearers will be her grandsons. Bros. Ernest Abston and John Whitson will officiate at the services. Published May 30, 2002 12:06 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN

Ruby Gladys (Harris) Bullington Obt. b. 9 October 1914, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 7 July 2002, md on the 7th of February 1932, Putnam Co., TN to William Leslie Bullington, b. 26 March 1912 ­ d. 2 May 1979. Ruby Gladys (Harris) Bullington, d/o John Monroe Harris Sr. (1886-1953) & Myrtle Tennessee Stewart (1890-1974). *See Anna Jewel (Harris) Mathis Obt. *See John Monroe Harris Sr. Obt. *See William Leslie Bullington Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: W. L. Bullington married 7 February 1932, Putnam Co., TN,age 21, address: Rt. 1, Bufflao Valley, Putnam Co., TN to Ruby Gladys Harris, age 21, address: Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: John Harris, Buffalo Valley, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Ruby Gladys Bullington, 87, of Algood will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, July 10, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. today, Tuesday, at the funeral home. Mrs. Bullington died on Sunday, July 7, 2002, at Bethesda Health Care Center. She was born on Oct. 9, 1914, in Putnam County to the late John and Myrtle Stewart Harris. Mrs. Bullington was a homemaker. Her family includes two daughters and sons-in-law, Linda and Johnny Bennett of Algood and Frances and Robert Rudolph of Cleveland, Ohio; two sons and a daughter-in-law, Frank and Janet Bullington of Cleveland and James Bullington of Cookeville; a brother, Jim Harris of Gordonsville; four sisters, Anna Mathis, Sarah Tagard and Vallie Whitson, all of Cookeville, and Hazel Tucker of Silver Point; a sister-inlaw, Pauline Risen of Algood; 11 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and two great-greatgrandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, William Leslie Bullington, and two sons, William Ralph and Gerald Bullington. Pallbearers will be her grandsons. Rev. Becky Larson will officiate at the services. Published July 09, 2002 10:11 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Thurman R. Bullington b. 13 February 1896 ­d. 11 November 1968, md Nannie Lou (Bohannon) Bullington, b. 28 May 1903 ­ d. 29 May 2002. *See Nannie Lou (Bohannon) Bullington Obt. *See Horace Ray Lewis Obt. *See Virgil Ray Bullington Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Willie Clay Bullington Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: THURMAN BULLINGTON Birth: 13 Feb 1896- Death: Nov 1968­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 409-24-7616, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: NANNIE L BULLINGTON Birth: 28 May 1903- Death: May 2002­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-03-4425, TN)

Virgil Ray Bullington Jr. b. 17 June 1955 ­d. 28 June 1955, s/o Virgil Ray Bullington Sr. *See Virgil Ray Bullington Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Virgil Ray Bullington Sr. b. 13 February 1896 ­d. 11 November 1968, s/o Thurman R. Bullington & Nannie Lou Bohannon. *See Nannie Lou (Bohannon) Bullington Obt. *See Thurman R. Bullington buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. William Leslie Bullington Obt. b. 26 March 1912 ­d. 2 May 1979, md on the 7th of February 1932 to Ruby Gladys (Harris) Bullington, b. 9 October 1914, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 7 July 2002, d/o John Monroe Harris Sr. (1886-1953) & Myrtle Tennessee Stewart (1890-1974). William Leslie Bullington, s/o Lemuel Lester Orestes "Ress" Bullington (1881-1969) & Fannie A. Steakley (1890-1973). *See Ruby Gladys (Harris) Bullington Obt. OHIO ­Funeral services for William Leslie Bullington of Cleveland will be held Saturday, May 5, at 1 p.m. at Schuster-Striker Funeral Home in Parmo, Ohio. Burial will be in Ohio. Mr. Bullington died May 2. Born in Putnam County, he was the son of the late Lemuel and Fannie A. Steakley Bullington. He is survived by his wife, Ruby Harris Bullington of Cleveland, Ohio; two daughters, Linda Bennett of Cookeville and Frances Rudolph, also of Cookeville; three sons, William, James and Frank Bullington and two sisters, Pauline Risen of Baxter and Zeda Gesson. Schuster-Striker Funeral Home of Parmo, Ohio, is in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 3 May 1979. Willie Clay Bullington Obt. b. 13 October 1925, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 2 April 2007, Cookeville, TN, (SF3 U. S. Navy WWII), md on the 27th of August 1947, Putnam Co., TN to Mildred Swack (Towles) Bullington, b. 10 November 1930. Willie Clay Bullington, s/o Thurman R. Bullington & Nannie Lou Bohannon. *See Nannie Lou (Bohannon) Bullington Obt. *See Thurman R. Bullington buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Willie Clay Bullington married 27 August 1947, Putnam Co., TN to Mildred M. Swack, age 16, b. 10 November 1930, address: Monterey, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: James M. Swack). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Willie Clay Bullington, 81, of Cookeville will be held Thursday, April 5, at 10 a.m. in the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends Wednesday, April 4, from 5-9 p.m. at the funeral home. There will be a Masonic service Wednesday, April 4, at 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Mr. Bullington died April 2, 2007, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born Oct. 13, 1925, in Putnam County to the late Thurman Bullington and Nannie Lou Bohannon.

Mr. Bullington was a welder and pipefitter for General Motors. He was a member of Masonic Lodge F & M Mystic Lodge #405 in Dayton, Ohio; Cookeville Masonic Lodge F & M #266; Scottish Rite; and Shriner Almenah Temple. His family includes his first wife, Mildred Swack Towles of Dayton, Ohio; a daughter and son-in-law, Sharon and Stephen Powell of Palmdale, Calif.; two sisters, Dimple Campbell and Sara Ruth Lewis, both of Cookeville; a brother and sister-in-law, Virgil Ray and Audrey Bullington of Knoxville; a grandson, Brian Powell and fiancé Katherine Smith of Lancaster, Calif. In addition to his parents, Mr. Bullington was preceded in death by his sister, Reba Migliore. Memorial donations may be made to Shriners Children's Hospital. Bro. Sterl Paramore will officiate the services. Published April 03, 2007 11:01 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN Jesse Dave Bullock b. 15 March 1903, md the 19th of March 1969 to Lillie Ann (unknown) Bullock, b. 16 February 1899 ­d. 30 April 1976. Martha (Brown) Bumbalough b. 13 July 1887 ­d. 21 July 1965, buried next to John Brown, b. 13 July 1887 ­d. 21 July 1965. Ethel Lee Bumpus b. 15 November 1892 ­d. no date. Richard Michael Bumpus Obt. b. 26 September 1951, Clarksville ­ d. 19 March 2007, md Christel L. (unknown) Bumpus. Richard Michael Bumpus, s/o Norris & Mona Bumpus. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Richard Michael Bumpus, 55, of Cookeville will be held Saturday, March 24, at Crest Lawn Funeral Home. Burial with full military honors will be in Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends Friday, March 23, from 3-9 p.m. at the funeral home. Mr. Bumpus died Monday, March 19, of leukemia at VA Hospital in Nashville. He was born Sept. 26, 1951, in Clarksville to the late Norris and Mona Bumpus. Mr. Bumpus served in the Army and received the National Defense Service Medal. He worked as a machine operator at Metcom Inc. for two years and at Precision Printing, a division of Budweiser, for 16 years in Clarksville. Mr. Bumpus enjoyed his long Saturday rides that he and his wife took with his motorcycle buddies, breakfasts at the Dipsy Doodle, his good friends at Metcom and especially his grandchildren. His family includes his wife, Christel L. Bumpus of Cookeville; two daughters and sons-in-law, Marlaina and Jeff Stoddard of Rapid City, S.D., and Sarah and Jeff Shelton of Clarksville; two stepsons and stepdaughters-in-law, Shawn and Kellie Keller of Chandler, Ariz., and Kevin and Michelle Keller of Cookeville; sister and brother-in-law, Mary Howard and Dale Shelton of Columbia; three aunts, Lena, Beatrice and Ruby Neal Bumpus; six cousins, Buddy, Bobby, Ted, Vickie, Dorothy and Sarah; three

grandsons, Tal Stoddard of Rapid City, Dylan Shelton of Clarskville and Isaac Keller of Candler, Ariz.; and granddaughter Lauren Keller of Chandler, Ariz. In addition to his parents, Mr. Bumpas was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ben and Jennie Bumpas of Clarksville. Crest Lawn Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Published March 22, 2007 11:14 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Charles L. Burch Obt. b. 4 January 1882, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 24 January 1955, Algood, TN, md on the 7th June 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Carrie (Morgan) Burch, b. 9 August 1891 ­ d. 6 April 1976, both buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Charles L. Burch, s/o Barnett " Barney"Burch, (s/o Christopher Burch, NC) & Piety Cash, VA and Martha Elizabeth (Jones) Burch, (d/o Arrias "Aries" & Susan Jones). *See Georgia Kerr (Boyd) Burch Obt. *See Grover Cleveland " Cleve"Burch Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 163, #647: Mr. Charlie Burch married 7 June 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Carrie Morgan. By whom married: Rev. J. Dickins). Services Held For Charles L. Burch: Funeral services for Charles L. Burch, 73, who died Monday night at his home in Algood, following an extended illness, were conducted Wednesday morning at 10:30 at Carver Funeral Home, with Rev. W. V. DeRamus and Rev. R. D. Davis officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Burch was a retired railway agent here and was employed by the Tennessee Central for 50 years before his retiremtn about two years ago. He was a native of Buffalo Valley, Tennessee. His parents were Barney and Martha Jones Burch. He was a member of the board of stewards of the Methodist Church here , and for 25 years he had been treasurer of its Sunday School. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Carrie Morgan Burch; a son, Charles E. Burch, Nashville; a daughter, Mrs. Jack T. Bratton Jr., Tullahoma, TN; a sister, Mrs. John Smith, Wilmington, CA; and a brother, J. T. Burch, San Berneda, CA. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 27 January 1955. (1910 census 9th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 14 ­B. (Barnett) Burch is head of household, 76 yrs. old, GA (parents both born in SC) md 49 yrs. to Martha E., 68 yrs.old, SC (parents both born in SC), 12 children born, 9 children living. Children: Charlie, 28 yrs.old; Bookeeper on Boat; Grover C., 25 yrs. old; Doral L., 23 yrs. old & Velma C. Burch, 20 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 301 ­Chas. L. Burch is head of household, 38 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Relief Agent Rail Road, md to Carrie, 29 yrs. old, TN. Child: Martha E. Burch, 5 yrs. old, TN). Georgia Kerr (Boyd) Burch Obt. b. 6 March 1894, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 15 April 1945, Nashville, TN, md on the 29th of December 1914, Putnam Co., TN to Grover Cleveland "Cleve" Burch, b. 5 December 1894, TN ­d. ca. 1946, Cookeville, TN, s/o Barnett "Barney" Burch & Martha Elizabeth Jones. Georgia Keer (Boyd) Burch, d/o George Washington Boyd (1859-1924) & Naomi Tennessee "Tennie" Kerr/Carr (1855-1928). *See Charles L. Burch Obt.

*See Grover Cleveland " Cleve"Burch Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 249, #990: Mr. G. C. Burch married 29 December 1914, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Georgia Boyd. By whom married: Sam Edwards, Judge). Mrs. Cleveland Burch Dies in Nashville on Sunday Mrs. Georgia Boyd, 51, wife of Cleveland Burch, died Sunday morning in Nashville after an extended illness. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Washington Boyd of Buffalo Valley, and during most of her life she was a resident of Buffalo Valley but for the past few months, the family had resided in Nashville. Mrs. Burch had been ill for more than 2 years. Funeral services were conducted at 10:00 Monday morning in the chapel of Carver Funeral Home in Cookeville, by Rev. Forrest Garman of Nashville, a former pastor of the Buffalo Valley Presbyterian Church, and Rev. J. A. Harris of Baxter. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Pictured: Georgia Burch and her daughter Kathleen (Burch) Craun, who md William A. Craun and they lived in FL). For several years, she was a teacher in the public schools of this county. She was an active and devoted member of the Buffalo Valley Presbyterian Church from her childhood. Survivors are Grover Cleveland Burch, a daughter, Miss Kathleen Burch, both of Nashville, and 4 sisters, Mrs. Luke Alexander Shanks of Buffalo Valley, Mrs. William Mervin Denny of Mt. Juliet, Mrs. Charles Harris of Carthage, and Mrs. Walter Payne of Detroit, MI, and many other relatives in this county. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 19 April 1945. Grover Cleveland " Cleve"Burch Obt. b. 5 December 1894, TN ­d. ca. 1946, Cookeville, TN, md on the 29th of December 1914, Putnam Co., TN to Georgia Kerr (Boyd) Burch, b. 6 March 1894, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 15 April 1945, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, d/o George Washington Boyd (1859-1924) & Naomi Tennessee "Tennie" Kerr/Carr (18551928). Grover Cleveland " Cleve"Burch, s/o Barnett "Barney" Burch & Martha Elizabeth Jones. *See Charles L. Burch Obt. *See Georgia Kerr (Boyd) Burch Obt. Rites for G. C. Burch held here today. Funeral services for G. C. Burch, 61 year old Buffalo Valley man who had been a guard at the Tennessee State Penitentiary for several years, who died of a heart attack while on duty Sunday were held Tuesday morning at the Carver Funeral Home here. Rev. Alonzo Harris and Rev. Dow A. Ensor officiated at the services. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. A native of Buffalo Valley, Mr. Burch was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Barney Burch.. Before becoming connected with the state, Mr. Burch ran a General Merchandise Store at Buffalo Valley. He was married in 1914 to the former, Miss Georgia Boyd, who died in April of last year. Survivors include a daughter, Miss Kathleen Burch. Herald, Cookeville, TN: 4 July 1946, pg. 8. Robert Lee Burch b. 16 December 1891 ­ d. 4 June 1959, md on the 27th of March 1911, DeKalb Co., TN to Prudie Ellen (Curtis) Burch, 24 December 1893 ­d. 16 October 1971.

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, DeKal Co., TN, pg. 294: Robert Burch married 27 March 1911, DeKalb Co., TN to Prudie Curtis). Mineth B. " Doc"Burchett Obt. b. 5 September 1941, Clay Co., TN ­d. 26 October 2011, TN, md Geneva (O' Kain) Burchett. Mineth B. " Doc"Burchett, s/o John William Burchett & Alta Mae Davis. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Mineth B. " Doc"Burchett, 70, will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 29, from the chapel of Cookeville Funeral Home. Interment will be in Cookeville City Cemetery with military honors. The family will receive friends from 6-9 p.m. today, Friday, Oct. 28, and from 10 a.m. until time of services on Saturday at the funeral home. Doc Burchett passed away on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011. He was born Sept. 5, 1941, in Clay County to the late John William and Alta Mae Davis Burchett. Mr. Burchett was a self-employed painter and loved hunting and to fish at Cookeville Boat Dock. He was a member of life Church in Cookeville and a member of the US Armed Forces in the 82nd Airborne. His family includes his wife of 47 years, Geneva O'Kain Burchett; a daughter, Penny Gambrell and finance Eric Young; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Kenneth and Elizabeth Burchett, Mark and Karen Burchett, Brad Burchett and fiancee Melissa Lewis, all of Cookeville; three brothers, Nevil, Johnny and Jimmy Burchett, all of Cookeville, three sisters, June Cowan, Loretta Gaw and Dorothy Thomas, all of Cookeville; seven grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and his mother-in-law, Evangeline O'Kain. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by an infant brother, Tommy Burchett; a brother, Harold Burchett; and his father-in-law, Al O'Kain. Pallbearers will be his nephews. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested that donations be made to help pay funeral expenses or to the building fund at Life Church, 2223 N. Washington Ave., Cookeville, TN 38501. Bro. Bobby Davis will officiate at the services. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.cookevillefuneralhome.com Cookeville Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (931) 528-1044. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 28 October 2011 Drowning victim identified by Mary Jo Denton COOKEVILLE -- The Cookeville man whose body was pulled from Center Hill Lake on Wednesday was Mineth B. " Doc"Burchett. Burchett, 70, had left his home Wednesday morning to go fishing in the Cookeville Boat Dock area and when he did not return that evening, family members became worried. About 6 p.m. Wednesday, a marina worker noticed a boat in the water near the boat dock and saw that no one was in it, but the motor was running. Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency crews, DeKalb County Rescue Squad members and Emergency

Medical Services workers, along with DeKalb Sheriff Patrick Ray and his deputies began searching for the missing boater. The body was found in water about seven to eight feet deep near the boat dock. Investigators have not said whether the death resulted from an accident or possibly from a health-related problem. Family members said Burchett loved to hunt and fish. An obituary for him is being published elsewhere in today's Herald-Citizen. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 28 October 2011 Linda Burchfield b. 7 September 1949 ­d. 13 October 1976 (mother of Chuckie, Chet & Kyle).

Linda Burchfield

Bud Ernest Burgess Obt. b. 15 May 1904 ­ d. 14 November 1983, md on the 28th of July 1926, Putnam Co., TN to Ova (Johnson) Burgess, b. 6 August 1906, DeKalb Co., TN ­d. 29 September 2001, d/o Will Johnson & Verna Adcock. Bud Ernest Burgess, s/o Jim Burgess & Vina Lou Taylor. *See Ova (Johnson) Burgess Obt. *See Vina Lou (Taylor) Burgess Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 361, #4482: Buddy Ernest Burgess married 28 July 1926, Putnam Co., TN to Ova Johnson. By whom married: Rev. M. P. Woods) (SS Death Index: Name: BURGESS, BUD ­ Birth: 15 May 1902- Death: Nov 1983­ Age: 81- Last Residence (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) ­ SSN: 408-404223, Issued By: TN). Services for Bud Ernest Burgess, 79, will be held at 2 p.m. today in the chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home with Arkley Billingsley and Don Johnson officiating. Burial will be in the Cookeville Cemetery. Active pallbearers are Marvin Snow, Robert Gunnels, James Johnson, Tony Zappanti, Neal Gray, Bill Presley, Bill Roberson and Bob Roberson. Mr. Burgess, a resident of 505 Denton Ave., in Cookeville, died Monday, Nov. 14 in Cookeville General Hospital, after an extended illness. A native of Jackson County, he was the son of the late Jim and Vina Lou Taylor Burgess. He retired after 24 years as a janitor at McMurry Roberson' s.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ova Johnson Burgess of Cookeville; two granddaughters, Patricia Zappanti and Catherine Clark; three great grandchildren, Nicole Zappanti, Chris Zappanti and Joel Clark; and a number of nieces and nephews. Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Celina E. (Pippin) Burgess Obt. d. 14 September 1980, Cookeville, TN, md Jere M. Burgess. Celina E. (Pippin) Burgess, d/o Polk Pippin & America Jackson. *See Jere M. Burgess Obt. Cookeville- Funeral services for Mrs. Celina E. Burgess, 86, will be held Tuesday, Sept 16, in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Bro. Arkley Billingsley and Bro. Johnny Fox officiating. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Burgess died Sept. 14, 1980 in Cookeville General Hospital following an extended illness. She was a native of Jackson County, the daughter of the late Polk Pippin and America Jackson Pippin. She was the wife of the late Jere M. Burgess. Pictured left: Jere M. & Celina E. Burgess with children: Edward, Willard (Bootie) & Edith Burgess. Mrs. Burgess was a member of Sycamore Church of Christ. She was preceded in death by her daughter Minnie Lee Flatt. Survivors include three sons, Haskell and Edward Burgess of Cookeville, and Willard " Bootie"Burgess of Baxter; four daughters, Mrs. Cleo Fox, Mrs. Nellie Chaffin, and Mrs. Edith Goodwin of Cookeville; and Mrs. Maggie Birdwell of Gainesboro. She had 30 grandchildren, 49 great-grandchildren, and nine greatgreat-grandchildren. The body will be at Whitson Funeral Home after 4 p.m. today. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 15 September 1980 Dora Marie (Dixson) Burgess Obt. b. 17 November 1918 ­d. 28 February 2006, md James Cecil " Fuzz"Burgess, b. 20 September 1915 ­d. 17 January 1982. Dora Marie (Dixson) Burgess, d/o Jack Dixon & Ova Whiteaker. *See James Cecil " Fuzz"Burgess buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Dora Marie Burgess, 87, of Cookeville, will be held in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home on Friday, March 3, at 2 p.m. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends today, March 2, from 4-8 p.m. and on Friday from 7 a.m. until time of services. Mrs. Burgess died Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2006, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. Daughter of the late Jack and Ova Whiteaker Dixon, she was born in Putnam County on Nov. 17, 1918.

Mrs. Burgess was a homemaker and of the Baptist faith. Her family includes two daughters and a son-in-law, Pauline and Buddy Hargis of Baxter and Barbara Ann Lewis of Cookeville; one son, Ronnie Joe Burgess of Cookeville; seven grandchildren; eight greatgrandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, James Cecil Burgess; a daughter, Shirley Baldwin; two sons, J.C. and Jerry Burgess; two grandsons, James Loyd Hargis and Joey Lynn Dyer; and several brothers and sisters. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Bro. Jack Gentry will officiate the services. Published March 02, 2006 12:52 PM CST : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Ezell Burgess b. 7 December 1929 ­d. 1 February 1985. (SS Death Index: Name: EZELL BURGESS Birth: 07 Dec 1929 Death: Feb 1985- Last Residence: (Washington, Macomb Co., MI) -Last Benefit: (Washington, Macomb Co., MI) ­SSN: 375-24-4452, MI) James Cecil " Fuzz' Burgess b. 20 September 1915 ­d. 17 January 1982, md Dora Marie (Dixson) Burgess, b. 17 November 1918 ­d. 28 February 2006, d/o Jack Dixon & Ova Whiteaker. James Cecil " Fuzz"Burgess, s/o Jim Burgess & Janer Choate. *See Jim Burgess buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Dora Marie (Dixon) Burgess Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: JAMES BURGESS Birth: 20 Sep 1915- Death: Jan 1982­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 411-26-3007, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: DORA BURGESS Birth: 17 Nov 1918- Death: Feb 2006­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 326-22-9917, IL) Jere M. Burgess Obt. b. 5 August 1882, Jackson co., TN ­ d. 24 October 1974, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md Celina E. (Pippin) Burgess, b. 28 March 1894 ­d. 14 September 1980, d/o Polk Pippin & America Jackson. Jere M. Burgess, s/o Thomas Burgess & Lucinda Dockery. 1980. *See Celina E. (Pippin) Burgess Obt. COOKEVILLE- Funeral services were held Sunday in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home for Jere M. Burgess, 92, of 445 Sycamore Street. Johnnie Fox and Charles Burgess officiated at the services, and burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Burgess, a retired employee of Tennessee Handle Company, died Oct. 25 at his home after and extended illness. He was a native of Jackson County and the son of Thomas and Lucinda Dockery Burgess. He is survived by his wife Celina Pippin Burgess of Cookeville; three sons; Haskell and Edward Burgess of Cookeville and Willard Burgess of Baxter Rt. 2; four daughters, Mrs. Burton Fox, Mrs. Olee Chaffin, and Mrs. J.D.

Goodwin, all of Cookeville and Mrs. Robert Birdwell of Route 3, Gainesboro, Tenn.; 30 grandchildren, 48 great-grandchildren and a great-great grandchild. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 9 September 1974 Jerry Burgess Obt. b. 22 August 1947, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 20 July 2005, Gainesboro, Jackson Co., TN, s/o James Cecil Burgess & Dora Marie Dixon. *See James Cecil " Fuzz"Burgess *See Dora Marie (Dixon) Burgess Obt. Graveside services for Jerry Burgess, 57, of Cookeville will be held Saturday, July 23, at 3 p.m. at the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Burgess died July 20, 2005, at Mabry Health Care in Gainesboro. He was born Aug. 22, 1947, in Putnam County to Dora Marie Dixon Burgess of Cookeville and the late James Cecil Burgess. Mr. Burgess was a cook at Jim's Inn in Cookeville and was of the Baptist faith. In addition to his mother, his family includes a brother, Ronnie Burgess of Cookeville; two sisters, Pauline Hargis of Baxter and Barbara Lewis of Cookeville; two special friends, Tommy Davis and Bobby Riddle, both of Cookeville; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by a sister, Shirley Baldwin and a brother, J. C. Burgess. Bro. Jack Gentry will officiate at the services. Published July 22, 2005 11:16 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Jim Burgess b. 4 May 1896, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 5 Aug 1942, md Janer (Choate) Burgess, b. 1900 ­d. 27 April 1959. Jim Burgess, s/o Jim Burgess & Una Lawson. Jim Burgess, s/o, Jim Burgess & Vina Lou Taylor. *See Vina Lou (Taylor) Burgess Obt. *See James Cecil " Fuzz"Burgess (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 231, #916: James Burgess married 3 September 1914 to Miss Janner Choate. By whom married: W. W. Baxter). James Burgess b. 4 May 1896, Jackson Co., TN d. 5 Aug 1942 Father: Jim Burgess, Jackson Co., TN Mother: Una Lawson, KY Spouse: Janer Burgess City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC#17256, Putnam Co., TN (1910 census, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 286 - James Burgess is head of household, 49 yrs. old, TN md 21 yrs. to Vina, 49 yrs. old, TN, 9 children born, 6 children living. Children: James, 14 yrs. old, Charlie, 12 yrs. old; Annie, 7 yrs. old & Bud Burgess, 6 yrs. old. All born in TN).

(1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 266/279 ­Will Burgess is head of household, 25 yrs. old, TN, single. Living in the household: Vinie Burgess, mother, 50 yrs. old, TN, widow. Also living in the household: Annie Burgess, sister, 19 yrs. old, TN, single. Also living in the household, James Burgess is head of household, 23 yrs. old, TN md to Jenie, 21 yrs. old, TN. Children: Cecil Burgess, 4 6/12 yrs. old, TN). (1930 census, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 147 ­Jim Burgess is head of household, 33 yrs. old, TN, md (17 yrs. old 1st marriage) to Geana, 28 yrs. old, TN. Children: Cecil Burgess, 14 yrs. old, TN). Julia Frances (Coplin) Burgess Obt. b. 5 June 1908, Hartford, AR ­d. 12 April 2003, Cookeville, TN, md Willis Daniel Burgess, b. 6 January 1904 ­d. 16 March 1972. Julia Frances (Coplin) Burgess, d/o William Stanford Coplin & Addie Able. *See Willis Daniel Burgess buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Julia Frances Burgess, better known as "Ma Burgess," 94, of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, April 14, from the Cookeville Chapel of the HooperHuddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will follow in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Eastern Star Services conducted by Cookeville OES Chapter 152 will be held Sunday, April 13, at 8 p.m. at the funeral home. The family will receive friends from 5 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, April 13, and on Monday, April 14, from 9 a.m. until time of services at the Cookeville Chapel of the Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Mrs. Burgess died on Saturday, April 12, 2003, at her home. She was born June 5, 1908, in Hartford, Ark., to William Stanford and Addie Able Coplin. Mrs. Burgess was a homemaker and a member of Cookeville Order of Eastern Star, Chapter 152. She was of the Baptist faith. Her family includes two daughters, Betty Gillem of Cookeville, Judy Cooper of Washington, Pa.; a sister, Mert Greer of Signal Hill, Calif.; four grandchildren, William Daniel Gillem, Michael Cooper, Cheryl Goodrun and Lisa Moran; and five great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 46 years, Willis Daniel Burgess, six sisters, Laura Coplin, Margaret Gerry, Velma Brown, Lizzie Ellis, Minnie Sibley and Eva Burton; two brothers, Dan David Coplin and William Issac Coplin; a granddaughter, Melisa Zimmerman; and a grandson, Keith Cooper. Pallbearers will be Bud and Bill Eldridge, Greg and Grant Cooper, and Brian, Blake, Bill and Brent Herron. The Rev. C. Vance Johnson will officiate at the services. Published April 12, 2003 7:32 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Mary Burgess b. 11 July 1906 ­d. 19 August 1989. (SS Death Index: Name: MARY V BURGESS Birth: 11 Jul 1906 Death: Aug 1989- Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) ­SSN: 266-14-3874, FL) Ova (Johnson) Burgess Obt.

b. 6 August 1906, DeKalb Co., TN ­d. 29 September 2001, md on the 28th of July 1926, Putnam Co., TN to Bud Ernest Burgess, b. 15 May 1904 ­ d. 14 November 1983, s/o Jim Burgess & Vina Lou Taylor. Ova (Johnson) Burgess, d/o Will Johnson & Verna Adcock. *See Bud Ernest Burgess Obt. *See Vina Lou (Taylor) Burgess Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Ova Johnson Burgess, 95, of LaFollette, formerly of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 3, from the chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 2, at the funeral home. Mrs. Burgess died on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2001, at her home in LaFollette. She was born on Aug. 6, 1906, in DeKalb County to the late Will and Verna Adcock Johnson. Mrs. Burgess was a homemaker and a member of the Church of Christ. She loved gardening, canning, cooking and helping others. Her family includes two granddaughters and spouses, Catherine and Mike Smith of LaFollette, and Pat and Tony Zappanti of Dayton, Ohio; a son-in-law, Neal Gray of Florida; two half brothers, T.J. Johnson of Cookeville, and Joe Johnson of Watertown, N.Y.; two half sisters, Billie Jean Davis and Sue Gateley, both of Daytona Beach, Fla.; great-grandchildren, Joel and Samantha Clark, Christopher, Angel and Nicole Zappanti; great-great-grandchildren, Katie and Aaron Clark, Kalon Stagner and Roan Zappanti. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Bud Ernest Burgess; and a daughter, Elise Gray. Bros. Don Johnson and Thomas Adkins will officiate at the services. Published October 01, 2001 1:51 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Sherman Burgess b. 11 July 1909, TN ­ d. 30 January 1984, md 5 January 1936, Mary (unknown) Sherman, b. 11 July 1909 ­d. 30 January 1984. (1920 census 7th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 50 ­Joe Brewington is head of household, 58 yrs. old, TN md to ? 49, yrs. old, TN. Children: Wade, 16 yrs. old; Fannie Florence, 9 yrs. old; Little Joe, 6 yrs. old & Dimple P. Brewington, 3+ yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Sherman Burgess, grandson, 11 yrs. old, TN) Vina Lou (Taylor) Burgess Obt. b. 15 February 1864, TN ­ d. 12 March 1950, TN, md James Burgess. Vina Lou (Taylor) Burgess, d/o Mr. and Mrs. Ren Taylor. Mother *See Bud Ernest Burgess Obt. *See Jim Burgess buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Services Monday For Vinia Burgess: Funeral services for Mrs. Vinia Lou Burgess, 86, were held Monday afternoon at the Broad Street Church of Christ. Burial was in the City Cemetery. Mrs. Burgess died Sunday morning at the home of a son, Bud Burgess, on Denton Street, after a short illness.

Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ren Taylor, she was a native of Kentucky, but had lived in Cookeville for many years. She is survived by another son, Charlie Burgess, and a daughter, Mrs. Ann Choate. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 2 March 1950. (1910 census, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 286 - James Burgess is head of household, 49 yrs. old, TN md 21 yrs. to Vina, 49 yrs. old, TN, 9 children born, 6 children living. Children: James, 14 yrs. old, Charlie, 12 yrs. old; Annie, 7 yrs. old & Bud Burgess, 6 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 266/279 ­Will Burgess is head of household, 25 yrs. old, TN, single. Living in the household: Vinie Burgess, mother, 50 yrs. old, TN, widow. Also living in the household: Annie Burgess, sister, 19 yrs. old, TN, single. Also living in the household, James Burgess is head of household, 23 yrs. old, TN md to Jenie, 21 yrs. old, TN. Children: Cecil Burgess, 4 6/12 yrs. old, TN). Willis Daniel Burgess b. 6 January 1904 ­d. 16 March 1972, md Julia Frances (Coplin) Burgess, b. 5 June 1908, Hartford, AR ­d. 12 April 2003, Cookeville, TN, d/o William Stanford Coplin & Addie Able. *See Julia Frances (Coplin) Burgess Obt. Mildred Ann (Cox) Burns b. 27 July 1931 ­d. 27 November 2000. *See Millicent Lee Burns Obt. Millicent Lee Burns Obt. b. 26 November 1971, Cookeville, TN ­d. 28 Janaury 2006, Palm Beach, FL, d/o Judge Leon C. Burns & Mildred Ann Cox. *See Mildred Ann (Cox) Burns buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Millicent Lee Burns, 34, of West Palm Beach, Fla., formerly of Cookeville, will be held Tuesday, Jan. 31, at Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. at the Cookeville chapel of HooperHuddleston and Horner Funeral Home. Ms. Burns died Saturday, Jan. 28, 2006, in the Hospice of Palm Beach County in Palm Beach, Fla., following an extended illness with breast cancer. She was born Nov. 26, 1971, in Cookeville to Judge Leon C. Burns of Cookeville and the late Mildred Ann Cox Burns. Ms. Burns was a graduate of Cookeville High School. She received her bachelor of arts from Furman University in Greenville, S.C., and her master's degree in decorative arts at Glasgow University in Glasgow, Scotland. She worked in her field with the Metropolitan Museum of Art and various other galleries in New York and Philadelphia. In addition to her father, her family includes a sister, Claire Burns of Nashville. Memorial donations may be made to charity of choice. Hooper-Huddleston and Horner Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Published January 30, 2006 10:30 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Barbara Jean Burris b. 14 July 1932, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 17 May 1933, d/o William Lee Burris of KY & Mollie Pumplee of TN. DC#10395: Barbara Jean Burris. (Brother: Robert Lee Burris ­ grandparents: Lorango (sp) & nan Pumplee, Carthage, TN ­John Burris, Brotherton, TN). Samuel Clay Burris Obt. b. 1 March 1922, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 16 January 2006, (TEC 4 U. S. ARMY WWII), s/o William Johnson Burris & Brina Masters. *See William Johnson Burris buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. GREENWOOD, S.C. -- Private services for Samuel Clay Burris, 83, of Greenwood, S.C., will be held at Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Burris died Monday, Jan. 16, 2006. He was born in Jackson County to the late William Johnson and Brina Masters Burris. Mr. Burris was a 1941 graduate of Cookeville High School and retired from Greenwood Mills following 32 years of service. He was a US Army veteran of World War II, where he served in France and was recipient of the Bronze Star. His family includes a niece, Joyce Spears of Albuquerque, N.M., and two nephews, Bill Berry of Lenoir, N.C. and Harry Heinzer of Greenwood, S.C. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters, Daffo Dycus and Etmo Heinzer. Harley Funeral Home and Crematory, 1025 S. Main St., Greenwood, S.C. 29648, (864)229-3300 in charge of arrangements. Published January 27, 2006 10:28 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN William Johnson Burris b. 14 October 1888, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 30 April 1941, md 2nd on the 5th of January 1938, Jackson Co.,, TN to Nola (Nabors) Burris Anderson, b. 20 February 1906 ­ d. 4 November 1987 & md 1st on the 12th of February 1911, Jackson Co., TN to Brina (Masters) Burris, d/o William C. & Angeline Masters. William Johnson Burris, s/o Samuel Burris & Mary E. Johnson. (William Johnson Burris, Presbyterian ­ Daughters: Mrs. J. Russ Berry of Lawrenceburg, TN, Miss Etmo Burris of Cookeville, TN. Son: Samuel Clay Burris. Sisters: Mrs. Jadie West, of Gainesboro, TN, Larmon Myers, Cookeville, TN, ½ sister, Mrs. Louis Pharris, and Mrs. Verna Smith of Gainesboro, ½ brother: Albert Lynn of Gainesboro, TN. 2 grandchildren). *See Nola (Nabors) Burris Anderson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Samuel Clay Burris Obt. William Johnson Burris b. 14 Oct 1888, Jackson Co., TN d. 30 Apr 1941 Father: Samuel Burris, Jackson Co., TN Mother: Mary E. Johnson, Jackson Co., TN Spouse: Nola Nabors Burris City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC#9387, Putnam Co., TN

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 477: W. J. Burris married 5 January 1938, Jackson Co., TN to Nola Nabors). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 81, #17: Willie Burris married 12 February 1911, Jackson Co., TN to Brina Masters). (1920 census 9th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 111 ­William C. Masters is head of household, 59 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Merchant General Merchandise, md to Angeline, 56 yrs. old, TN. Children: Lloyd G., 28 yrs. old, TN & Beulah J. Masters, 14 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: William J. Burris, son-in-law, 31 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Merchant General Merchandise & his wife Brina, dau., 23 yrs. old, TN & Duffa Burris, granddaughter, 7 yrs. old, TN). Willie Burris b. 1890 ­d. 1972 Alexander Monroe " Alex"Burton b. 1 October 1888 ­ d. 19 December 1977. He was from Buffalo Valley, TN. He married on the 8 th of September 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Virginia " Jennie" (Ensor) Burton, b. 4 February 1894 ­ d. 6 September 1978, d/o William Wirt Ensor & Monsie Amonett. Alex a former Sheriff of Putnam Co., TN was the son of Samuel Scoggins Burton & Maretha " Maggie"F. Young. *See Virginia " Jennie"(Ensor) Burton Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 167, #699: A. M. Burton married 8 September 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Jennie Ensor. By whom married: Rev. J. A. Holladay). Alex and Jennie (Ensor) Burton children are: Sam Ensor, Virginia, Ruth, Allison & Willie Kate Burton. (DC#20721, Putnam Co., TN: Willie Kate Burton, b. 28 July 1928 ­ d. 26 August 1929, buried Burton Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Daughter of Alex Burton & Jennie Ensor. Willie Kate Burton is buried in the A. M. Burton Graveyard located on the north side of Hwy. 70 behind Alex Burton homeplace, Putnam Co., TN). Charles Burton Obt. b. 26 January 1848, White Plains, TN ­ d. 15 November 1932, Nashville, TN, md Josephine (Crutcher) Burton, b. 10 February 1856, TN ­d. 20 June 1911. Charles Burton, s/o Stephen D. Burton *See Josephine (Crutcher) Burton Obt. *See Lula (Burton) Neeley, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Charles Burton, 84, Former Resident here, Dies in Nashville: Charles Burton, a native of Putnam County, and for many years a resident of Cookeville, died Tuesday after a brief illness, in Nashville, where he had resided for about thirty years. His death came as a shock to his relatives and friends generally in this city and county few of whom had learned of his illness. He was a son of Stephen D. Burton, one of Putnam county' most prominent, successful and highly s respected pioneer citizens. He was born January 25, 1848, at White Plains, the ancestral home of his family. His father owned a valuable farm of about a thousand acres and was a successful farmer, merchant and business man. Before the Civil War, he was a large slave owner. His splendid old residence, still standing in good state of repair, is located about one mile from Algood, and is one of the landmarks of Putnam county. Charles Burton bor the same name as his grandfather, Charles Burton Sr., who, with his brother, William Burton, emigrated from Virginia to this county in pioneer days. These two brothers were both sons-in-law of Major William P. Quarles, an officer of the Revolutionary War, and, with their fatherin-law and other relatives, they located in the county in 1814.

Charles Burton grew to manhood at historic White Plains, where, as a young man, he clerked in his father' s store and assisted his father in the conduct of his large farming and business interests. As a young man, he was a great hunter and lover of the outdoor life, having to his credit the killing of more than 75 deer in his beloved mountains of Tennessee, and gloried in relating to his latter day friends of at one time getting two deer at one shot. In his young manhood he married Miss Josephine Crutcher, daughter of a pioneer merchant of Cookeville. They resided in Cookeville until they moved to Nashville. While a resident of Cookeville, he was at different times engaged in the mercantile business, saw mill business and other business pursuits. In the early part of 1898, he was elected City Magistrate of Cookeville, serving until the fall of 1900, when he moved to Nashville. Although he was nearing his 85th birthday at the time of his death, his appearance gave no indicationof his advanced age. He had the appearance and carriage of a middle aged man, and his faculties were unimpaired, in fact, he always had the spirit of a young man, and enjoyed the association of young people. He was always imbued with the spirit of optimism and good cheer, and was a man of the kindliest instincts and most charitable impulses, and was devoted to his friends. His wife died several years ago, as did his oldest daughter, Mrs. Lula Burton Neely, wife of Dr. Nat Neely. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Kate Burton Ford, widow of Paty Ford, of Chicago, and four grandchildren, Mrs. Stanton Therrel, of Atlanta, Mrs. Harold Williams, Miss Kathleen Ford, and Charles H. Ford, of Chicago, and by a large number of nephews, nieces and other relatives in Cookeville and Putnam county. The remains were brought from Nashville to the home of his niece, Mrs. J. N. Cox, in this city, where funeral services were conducted Wednesday afternoon by Rev. Hugh L. Goodpasture and Dr. W. B. Boyd. Burial was in the family lot in the Cookeville Cemetery. The services at the grave were conducted by Mounty View Lodge, No. 179, I.O.O.F. of Cookeville, of which lodge the deceased had been a member for more than fifty years. Active pallbearers were: D. H. Morgan, Dr. Claude Martin, Dr. Walter McClain, S. Hayden Young, Frank Finley, Jas. N. Cox, E. C. Warner. Honorary: Dr. L. R. McClain, John H. Whitson, E. H. Burton, Dr. H. C. Martin, J. H. and Charley Gracy, John D. Dow, Mike Moore, Henry Algood, G. Dyer, A. G. Maxwell, J. W. Richardson, C. K. Darwin, T. D. Ford, J. H. Carlen, J. C. McDearman, Judge Sam Young, Dixon Springs; Judge John J. Gore, Les Douglass, Rutlege Smith, Hilary Porter, John Castleman, Nashville, John S. Denton, Wynn F. Clouse, J. H. Craddock, Julian Campbell, R. J. Ewing, Gov. Benton McMillin. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 24 November 1932. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 502 ­Charles Burton is head of household, 51 yrs. old, b. January 1849, KY, Occupation: Squire (father born in TN, mother born in KY), md 29 yrs. to Josephene, 42 yrs. old, b. February 1858, TN, 2 children born, 1 child living. Living in the household: Lula D. Neely, granddaughter, 11 yrs. old, b. November 1888, TN). Floy (Webster) Burton Obt. b. 18 July 1912, TN ­d. 17 June 1983, Fayetteville, NC, md on the 24th of September 1933, Putnam Co., TN to Frank M. Burton, b. 15 December 1912 ­ d. 22 December 1990, s/o Lemuel Ticeston "Lem" Burton (1867-1945 & Katherine Dunlap Martin (1880-1923) both buried in the Alexander Monroe Burton Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Floy (Webster) Burton, d/o Bill & Nervie Webster. *See Frank M. Burton buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

(SS Death Index: Name: BURTON, FLOY ­ Birth: 18 Jul 1912- Death: Jun 1983­ Age: 70- Last Residence (Fayetteville, Cumberland, NC) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 292-20-3923, Issued By: OH). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Frank Burton married 24 September 1933, Putnam Co., TN, age 20, address: Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TN to Floy Webster, age 21, address: Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Bob Webster, father, Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TN). (1910 census 10th Civil Dist., Smith Co., TN: Dwl: 94 - Bill Webster is head of household, 53 yrs. old, TN md to Nerva, 31 yrs. old, TN. Children: Akie, 9 yrs. old; Clarence, 7 yrs. old; Audie, 4 yrs. old; Earnest, 2 yrs. old & Cordell Webster, 8/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 12th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 62 ­Nervie Webster is head of household, 41 yrs. old, TN, widow. Children: Alcie H., 19 yrs. old; Clarence D., 16 yrs. old; Andrew J., 14 yrs. old; Earnest L., 12 yrs. old; Cordell H., 10 yrs. old & Floy E. Webster, 7 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1930 census, Akron, Summit, OH: Dwl: Nervie Webster is head of household, 54 yrs. old, TN, widow. Children: Andy Webster, 24 yrs. old, TN md (20 yrs. old 1st marriage) to Almira, 26 yrs. old, TN, (21 yrs. old 1st marriage); Cordell Webster, 21 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Garman Lynch, son-inlaw, 27 yrs. old, TN md (17 yrs. old 1st marriage) to Alice Lynch, 29 yrs. old, TN (19 yrs. old 1st marriage) Edna Lynch, granddaughter, 5 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Floy Webster, daughter, 17 yrs. old, TN, single & Willodean Webster, granddaughter, 11/12 yrs. old, OH). FAYETTEVILLE, NC ­ Funeral services for Mrs. Floy Webster Burton, 70, of Fayetteville, North Carolina, will be held Tuesday, June 21, 1983, at 11 a. m. in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home in Cookeville with Dr. James C. Cammack officiating. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Burton, a native of Putnam County, died June 17 in Cape Sear Valley Hospital in Fayetteville following an extended illness. Her family includes her husband, Frank Burton of North Carolina; one son, Major James Burton of Ft. Bragg, N. C.; one daughter, Mrs. Linda Chilton of Minnesota; two brothers, Ernest Webster of Cookeville and Cordell Webster of Akron, Ohio; one sister, Miss Alcie Webster of Akron; and five grandchildren. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Frank M. Burton b. 15 December 1912 ­d. 22 December 1990, md on the 24th of September 1933, Putnam Co., TN to Floy (Webster) Burton, b. 18 July 1912 ­d. 17 June 1983, d/o Bill & Nervie Webster. Frank M. Burton, s/o Lemuel Ticeston "Lem" Burton (1867-1945 & Katherine Dunlap Martin (1880-1923) both buried in the Alexander Monroe Burton Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Floy (Webster) Burton Obt. *See James "Jim" R. Burton buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Thomas Alexander Holladay Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: FRANK M BURTON Birth: 15 Dec 1912 ­ Death: Dec 1990 ­ Last Residence: (not specified) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 408-22-0679, TN) H. Grady Burton b. 18 November 1893 ­d. 26 August 1956, md to Bertie A. (unknown) Burton, 16 January 1888 ­d. 27 February 1987. James "Jim" R. Burton b. 30 October 1905 ­ d. 9 January 1986, md on the 2nd of August 1945, Smith Co., TN to Verna E. (Brooks) Burton, b. 5 August 1904, Smith Co., TN ­ d. 9 January 1984, Nashville, TN, d/o Hershel

Brooks & Rebecca Lankford. James "Jim" R. Burton, s/o Lemuel Ticeston "Lem" Burton (1867-1945 & Katherine Dunlap Martin (1880-1923) both buried in the Alexander Monroe Burton Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Frank M. Burton buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Verna E. (Brooks) Burton Obt. *See Thomas Alexander Holladay Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Smith Co., TN: James R. Burton married 2 August 1945, Smith Co., TN, age 39, address: Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TN to Verna Brooks, age 42, address: Pleasant Shade, name of parent, guardian of next of kin of female: Hershel Brooks, Pleasant Shade). (SS Death Index: Name: JAMES BURTON Birth: 30 Oct 1905- Death: Jan 1986­ Last Residence: (Baxter, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 409-28-4631, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: VERNA BURTON Birth: 05 Aug 1904- Death: Jan 1984­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 412-24-4972, TN) John Robert Burton 9 August 1914 ­31 January 1972, md Marion H. (unknown) Burton, b. 27 November 1910. Josephine (Crutcher) Burton Obt. b. 10 February 1856, TN ­d. 20 June 1911, md Charles Burton, b. 26 January 1848, White Plains, TN ­ d. 15 November 1932, Nashville, TN, s/o Stephen D. Burton. Josephine (Crutcher) Burton, d/o Joe W. Crutcher (1827-1878) & Mary Jane McKinney (1837-1911). *See Dr. Henry Brooks Algood Obt. *See Charles Burton Obt. *See Dr. John Ballard Springs Martin buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. BURTON, JOSEPHINE: Mrs. Josephine Burton, wife of Charles Burton, died at her home in Nashville Tuesday morning, June 20, 1911, of tuberculosis. She was brought to Cookeville for burial and laid to rest Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Burton had lived here most of her life and had many friends in this section. [Date: 6/22/1911, Vol. IX, No. 25, Page 4] Putnam County Herald newspaper, Cookeville, TN. Mary Louise Burton b. 5 June 1922, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 19 August 1922, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Robert Perry " P." R. Morgan & Flora Viola Davis. Shares tombstone with Oriegon Morrow & Rufucus Catherine (Bruce) Davis. *See Oriegon Morrow " Pinegar"Davis Obt. *See Flora Viola (Davis) Morgan Obt. *See Robert Perry " P."Morgan Obt. R. Mary Louise Burton b. -----, TN d. 14 Sep 1922 Age: 1y 8m Cause of Death: Bronchial Pneumonia Attened by: Dr. Lex Dyer, Cookeville, TN Father: Robert Burton, TN Mother: Viola Davis, TN Cookeville Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #149, Putnam Co., TN Preston Young Burton b. 10 February 1895 ­d. 12 November 1896

Sylvia C. (Bilbrey) Burton Obt. b. 10 September 1916, Overton Co., TN ­ d. 7 January 2006, Livonia, MI, md Jack Burton. Slyvia C. (Bilbrey) Burton, d/o Haram Bilbrey & Maggie Tudor. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Sylvia C. Burton, 89, of Detroit, Mich., formerly of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10, and from 10 a.m. until time of service Wednesday at the funeral home. Mrs. Burton died Saturday, Jan. 7, 2006, in Middlebelt Nursing Home in Livonia, Mich. She was born Sept. 10, 1916, in Overton County to the late Haram and Maggie Tudor Bilbrey. Mrs. Burton was a homemaker and a member of Down River Baptist Church in Wyandotte, Mich. Her family includes her husband, Jack Burton. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a son, David Leffew, and a brother, Edgar Bilbrey. Bro. Sam Curtis will officiate the services. Published January 09, 2006 11:14 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Verna E. (Brooks) Burton Obt. b. 5 August 1904, Smith Co., TN ­d. 9 January 1984, Nashville, TN md on the 2nd of August 1945, Smith Co., TN to James "Jim" R. Burton, b. 30 October 1905 ­ d. 9 January 1986, s/o Lemuel Ticeston "Lem" Burton (1867-1945 & Katherine Dunlap Martin (1880-1923) both buried in the Alexander Monroe Burton Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Verna E. (Brooks) Burton, d/o Hershel Brooks & Rebecca Lankford. *See James "Jim" R. Burton buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Funeral services for Verna E. Burton, 79, of Cookeville will be held today Wednesday, January 11, 1984 at 1:00 p.m. from the Chapel of Whitson Funerl Home. Bro. Roy Cross officiating. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Burton died Monday, January 9th in Parkview Hospital in Nashville. A native of Smith County, she was the daughter of the late Hershel and Rebecca Lankford Brooks. Survivors include her husband Jim Burton of Cookeville, 1 brother Lee Brooks of Pleasant Shade, TN; 1 step-brother Bill Taylor of Woodbury, TN; 1 sister Mai Wilmore and 1 ste-sister, Maggie Rich both of Pleasant Shade, TN; and a host of nieces and nephews. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Virginia " Jenny"(Ensor) Burton b. 4 February 1894 ­d. 6 September 1978, Cookeville, TN, d/o William Wirt Ensor & Monsie Amonett. She md on the 8th of September 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Alexander Monroe "Alex" Burton, b. 1 October 1888 ­d. 19 December 1977, s/o Samuel Scoggins Burton & Maretha " Maggie"F. Young. *See Alexander Monroe "Alex" Burton buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

BUFFALO VALLEY ­ Funeral services for Mrs. Virginia Ensor Burton, 84, widow of the late Alex M. Burton, will be conducted at the chapel of Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home Saturday September 9 at 2:00 with the Rev. Roy H. Cross and Rev. Joy J. West officiating. Mrs. Burton, a resident of the Buffalo Valley community, died September 6 in the Cookeville Hospital following an extensive illness. She was a native of Tennessee, daughter of the late Wirt and Muncie Amonett Ensor. Survivors include 2 sons, Sam Burton, Lewiston, MT, Dow Allison Burton, Clinton, RN; 2 daughters, Mrs. V. O. Maggart, Jr. (Virginia), Oak Ridge, TN, Mrs. Paul Petretzsky (Ruth), Oak Ridge; 10 grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren and 1 sistrer, Mrs. Zora McDonald, Elmwood, TN. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be Clarence Taylor Huddleston, Taylor Huddleston, Charles Ensor, Ralph Jared, Thomas Amonette, Ray Leftwich, and Jim Ensor. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 7 September 1978. Vivian (Parkerson) Burton Obt. b. 23 April 1929 ­d. 9 January 2003, Smithville, TN, d/o Ridley Parkerson Sr. & Jewell Lee Ray. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Vivian Burton, 73, of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 13, from the Cookeville Cemetery. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. Mrs. Burton died on Thursday, Jan. 9, 2003, at NHC in Smithville. She was born April 23, 1929, to the late Ridley, Sr., and Jewell Lee Ray Parkerson. Mrs. Burton was a homemaker and a member of Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Her family includes her sister-in-law Pauline Parkerson of Cookeville; and several nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Burton was preceded in death by two brothers, Billy and Ridley Parkerson, Jr. Dr. Charles McCaskey will officiate at the services. Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Published January 11, 2003 4:09 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Thomas David Burtrum Obt. b. 27 September 1974, Fentress Co., TN ­d. 30 May 2011, Cookeville, TN, md Kendra (Hale) Burturm. Thomas David Burtrum, s/o David Thomas " Dave" Burturm & Nancy Cooper, md on the 12th of November 1973, Fentress Co., TN.

COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Thomas David Burtrum, 36, will be held at 4 p.m. today, Wednesday, June 1, at the chapel of Cookeville Funeral Home. Interment will be in the Cookeville Cemetery with full military honors. Family will receive friends Wednesday from 10 a.m. until time of services at the funeral home. Mr. Burtrum passed away Monday, May 30, 2011, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born Sept. 27, 1974, in Fentress County to Dave and Nancy Cooper Burtrum of Jamestown. Mr. Burtrum was employed at Perdue Farms Inc. in the maintenance department. He was an avid hunter and fisherman. In addition to his parents, his family includes his wife, Kendra Hale Burtrum of Cookeville; a brother and sister-in-law, Billy and Crystal Burtrum of Missouri; a sister, Tonya Burtrum of Jamestown; a nephew, Christopher; and three nieces, Samantha, Autumn and Olivia. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Syrus and Gerite Crabtree Cooper and Bill and Evelyn Cravens Copeland Burtrum. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Bro. Chester Rhoad will officiate the services. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.cookevillefuneralhome.com. Cookeville Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: June 2011 Andrew A. Bush b. 29 May 1882, TN ­d. 27 March 1921, s/o Milas S. Bush. (1910 census 10th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 96 ­Miles S. Bush is head of household, 61 yrs. old, TN, md 35 yrs. Children: Andrew A. Bush, 22 yrs old, TN & Melvina G. Bush, 18 yrs. old, TN). John Hargis Bush b. 25 November 1913 ­ d. 16 November 1968, s/o Frank Cheatham Bush & Etta " Etta" M. Vanderpool. *See Etta " Etta"M. (Vanderpool) Bush buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Oak St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: Frank C. Bush is head of household, 45 yrs. old, TN, Occuaption: Linesman Telephone Co., md to Etta, 31 yrs. old, TN. Children: Mayme (sp), 14? yrs. old; Hubert, 10 yrs. old; Angie Lou, 9 yrs. old; John H., 7 yrs. old, James, 10/12 yrs. old & Virginia Bush, 4+ yrs. old. All born in TN). Esther " Etta"M. (Vanderpool) Bush b. 1 March 1888, TN ­ d. 29 March 1978, md on the 3rd of October 1908, Smith Co., TN to Frank Cheatham Bush, b. 15 September 1875, TN ­ 3 November 1939, TN, buried in New Macedonia Baptist Cemetery, Smith Co., TN, s/o Greenberry Bush & Martha Jane Bellar. Etta M. (Vanderpool) Bush, d/o Isaac " Ike" Vanderpool & Lona Laura Curtis (1868-1959). Buried next to Etta is Virginia (Bush) Case, b. 11 February 1916 ­ d. 27 December 1968. (Children of Frank C. & Esther " Etta'(Vanderpool) Bush are: Mai Catherine, Hubert Franklin, Ann Louise, John Hargis, Virginia & James Wilson Bush). *See Mai (Bush) Agee Obt. *See Virginia (Bush) Case buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Smith Co., TN: Frank Bush married 3 October 1908, Smith Co., TN to Etta Vanderpool. By whom married: W. B. Wyatt, Justice of the Peace). Deceased Name: Frank Cheatham Bush Date of Birth: 15 Sep 1875 Place of Birth: Smith County Date of Death: 3 Nov 1939 Father: Green Bush Place of Birth: Smith County Mother: Martha Bellar Place of Birth: Smith County Spouse: Mrs. Etta Bush Cemetery: Chestnut Mound Certificate Number: 24604 Putnam Co., TN Census Place: 1880 District 10, Smith Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255280 National Archives Film T9-1280 Page 108A Dwl: 109 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Green BUSH Self M M W 48 TN Occ: Farming Fa: TN Mo: TN Martha BUSH Wife F M W 29 TN Occ: Keeps House Fa: TN Mo: TN Johno. C. BUSH Son M S W 12 TN Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN Frank BUSH Son M S W 6 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Stephen BUSH Son M S W 4 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Mary J. BUSH Dau F S W 2M TN Fa: TN Mo: TN (1900 census census 16th Civil Dist., Smith Co., TN: Dwl: 87 ­Isach Vanderpool is head of household, 44 yrs. old, b. September 1855, TN, md 19 yrs. to Laura L., 32 yrs. old, TN, 8 children born, 6 children living. Children: Elta M., 12 yrs. old, b. March 1888; Nora H., 9 yrs. old, b. August 1890; James M., 7 yrs.old, b. April 1893; Nancy E., 4 yrs. old, b. September 1895 & Oscar L. Vanderpool, 1 yr. old, b. November 1898. All born in TN). (1910 census 6th Civil Dist., Gordonsville, Smith Co., TN; Dwl: 126/128 ­ James M. Betty is head of household, 68 yrs. old, TN, widow, Alfred L. Betty, son, 38 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Frank C. Bush, 32 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Hired hand, (M2), md 1 yr. to Etta, 21 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Servant, 2 children born 2 children living. Children: May Bush, 5 yrs. old, TN & Hubert Bush, 9/12 yrs. old, TN). (1910 census 16th Civil Dist., Smith Co., TN: Dwl: 61 - Ike Vandypool is head of household, 53 yrs. old, TN, md 30 yrs. to Laura Vandypool, 42 yrs. old, TN, 9 children born, 6 children living. Children: Para Lee Vandypool, daughter, 26 yrs. old, widow, 4 children born, 4 children living; Marshall Vandypool, son, 16 yrs. old; Ella Vandypool, daughter, 13 yrs. old; Oscar Vandypool, son, 10 yrs. old; Carl Vandypool, son, 6 yrs. old; Emma Whitaker, 6 yrs. old, granddaughter & Harv Lee Whitaker, 4 yrs. old, grandson. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Oak St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: Frank C. Bush is head of household, 45 yrs. old, TN, Occuaption: Linesman Telephone Co., to Etta, 31 yrs. old, TN. Children:

Mayme (sp), 14? yrs. old; Hubert, 10 yrs. old; Angie Lou, 9 yrs. old; John H., 7 yrs. old, James, 10/12 yrs. old & Virginia Bush, 4+ yrs. old. All born in TN). (1930 census 16th Civil Dist., Alvin C. York 24, Smith Co., TN: Dwl: 20 - Oscar Vanderpool is head of household, 31 yrs. old, TN, (24 yrs. old 1st marriage) md to Bertie, 23 yrs. old, TN, (17 yrs. old 1st marriage). Children: Charles, 5 yrs. old, TN & Fred Vanderpool, 3 5/12 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Laura Vanderpool, mother, 62 yrs. old, TN, (13 yrs. old 1st marriage), widow; Marshel Vanderpool, brother, 37 yrs. old, TN, (21 yrs. old 1st marriage), widow & Frank Vanderpool, nephew, 5 yrs. old, TN). Robert Randall " Randy"Bush Obt. b. 19 March 1962, Nashville, TN ­d. 29 January 2010, Nashville, TN, md on the 27th of October 2001, La Canada to Michaela (Illig) Bush. Robert Randall " Randy"Bush, s/o Robert & Bobbie Bush. COOKEVILLE -- The Mass of Christian Burial for Robert Randall " Randy"Bush, 47, of Cookeville, will be celebrated Friday, Feb. 5, at 10 a.m. at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. Burial will be in Cookeville Cemetery. Mr. Bush died suddenly Friday evening, Jan. 29, 2010, at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville. He was born March 19, 1962, in Nashville to Robert and Bobbie Bush of Hendersonville. Mr. Bush was an active parishioner of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Cookeville. He earned his B.S. degree in business administration from the University of TennesseeKnoxville in 1987. In 2007, Mr. Bush spearheaded the international division of Allen Lund Company, headquartered in La Canada Flintridge, Calif. He was a sports enthusiast and a devoted fan of the University of Tennessee Volunteers, Tennessee Titans and the Nashville Predators. In addition to his parents, his family includes his wife, Michaela Illig Bush (whom he married Oct. 27, 2001, in La Canada); a son, Dylan Bush of Oak Ridge; a daughter, Rachel Bush of Oak Ridge; a sister and brother-in-law, Shelly and Steve Cleek of Goodlettsville; two brothers and a sister-in-law, Michael and Lisa Bush of Bristow, Va., and Scotty Bush and fiancee Rhonda Schneider, both of Hendersonville; and a special aunt, Hildagarde Vaughn of Cookeville. Mr. Bush was preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Benton and Orangie Vaughn; paternal grandparents Stewart and Josephine Bush; and a special aunt, Minnie Vaughn-Roberson. Pallbearers will be Mike, Scotty, Dylan and Michael Brandon Bush, Steve Cleek and Charles Schneider. Memorial donations may be made to the Newman Campus Ministry at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, 421 N. Washington Ave., Cookeville, TN 38501. Fathers Donald Loskot S.D.S. and Reed Mungovan S.D.S. will officiate the services. Wednesday, Feb 03, 2010: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Arthur Bussell b. 22 April 1884, TN - d. 12 November 1973, md on the 9th of January 1911, White Co., TN to Ritha (Davis) Bussell, b. 18 February 1890 ­d. 6 May 1977. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, White Co., TN, pg. 63: Arthur Bussell married 9 January 1911, White Co., TN to Retha Davis). (1910 census 8th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 48 ­Arthur Bussell is head of household, 25 yrs. old, TN). (1920 census 8th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 193 - Arthur Bussell is head of household, 36 yrs. old, TN md to Ritha, 29 yrs. old, TN. Children: Paul, 7 yrs. old; Rubie, 4+ yrs. old & Burnice, 1+ yrs. old. All born in TN). Arvil E. Bussell

b. 10 March 1910 ­ d. 12 June 1983, md on the 30th of April 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Lessie Mae (Gamble) Bussell, b. 28 July 1908. *See Jimmy Eugene Bussell Sr. Obt. *See Johnny Arvil Bussell Obt. *See Bobby Clarence Flanigan Sr. Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 472, #4596: Orville Burgess married 30 April 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Mae Gamble. By whom married: J. J. Boyd, Justice of the Peace). (SS Death Index: Name: ARVIL BUSSELL Birth: 17 Mar 1910- Death: Jun 1983­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 411-16-9302, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: LESSIE M BUSSELL Birth: 28 Jul 1908- Death: Apr 1993­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 412-58-2632, TN) Citha Uretta (Carr) Goodwin Bussell Obt. b. 19 July 1886, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 7 January 1952, Cookeville, TN, md on the 3rd of November 1921, Putnam Co., TN to William Wade E. Bussell, b. 4 February 1891, TN ­d. 6 October 1962, s/o Preston & Sarah Bussell. Citha Uretta (Carr) Bussell, d/o James Carr & Ann Massa. *See William Wade E. Bussell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 68, #2636: Wade Bussell married 3 November 1921, Putnam Co., TN to Mrs. Citha Goodwin. By whom married: G. W. Stone, Justice of the Peace). Services Held For Mrs. Wade Bussell: Funeral services for Mrs. Citha Uretta Bussell, 65, wife of Wade Bussell of Cookeville were held Wednesday morning at 10:30 o' clock in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with the Rev. Thornton Fowler, the Rev. S. D. Organ and the Rev. Scott Johnson officiating. Burial was in the city cemetery. Mrs. Bussell died at her home Monday after a long illness. A native of Putnam County she was the daughter of James and Ann Massa Carr and had made her home in Cookeville for the past 30 years. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors in addition to her husband include three sons, Hugh Bussell, Cookeville; Odell Goodwin, Nashville and J. D. Goodwin, Detroit; a daughter, Mrs. Hugh Scott, Nashville; a brother, James Carr, Cookeville; a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Burgess, Cookeville and eight grandchildren. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 10 January 1952. Delpha Ann (Allison) Bussell Obt. b. 27 June 1916, TN ­d. 12 April 1916, TN, d/o William Allison & Eliza " Liza" Avo Bussell. *See Eliza " Liza"Avo (Bussell) Allison Martin buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Hattie M. Bussell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (SS Death Index: Name: DELPHA A BUSSELL Birth: 27 Jun 1916 Death: Apr 2002­ Last Residence: (Warren, Macomb, MI) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 381-05-9545, MI) COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Delpha Ann Bussell, 85, of Detroit, Mich., formerly of Putnam County, will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 18, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 2-8 p.m. on Wednesday, April 17, at the funeral home.

Ms. Bussell died on Friday, April 12, 2002, in Michigan. She was born on June 27, 1916, in Tennessee to the late William and Avo Bussell Allison. Ms. Bussell was retired from General Motors. She was of the Church of Christ faith. Her family includes a brother and sister-in-law, Elmer C. and Julie Martin; two nieces, Elizabeth Martin and Connie Heavenridge; and great-nieces Phyllis and Mark Rzepka and Sarah and Steven Mobry. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a brother and sister-in-law, Solon and Callie Bussell. Bro. Jimmy Fox will officiate at the services. Published April 16, 2002 11:40 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Edgar Dibrell Bussell Obt. b. 8 February 1888, White Co., TN ­ d. 14 April 1957, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 9th of November 1911, White Co., TN to Lou Siller (Howell) Bussell, b. 8 November 1892, TN ­d. 4 February 1978, TN, d/o Thomas & Mary Sue Howell. Edgar Dibrell Bussell, s/o Thomas Bussell, b. 8 February 1848, TN ­d. 10 October 1933 & Sarah Lucinda Duncan, b. 14 November 1860, TN ­d. 29 June 1940, both buried in the Howell Cemetery, White Co., TN. Also buried in Howard Cemetery is the brother of Edgar Dibrell Bussell, Mr. Herman Floyd Bussell (1901-1934) & his sister, Ollie N. Bussell, b. 28 July 1896, TN - d. 2 May 1909. Also buried in Howard Cemetery is Susan C. Knowles, b. 3 May 1882 ­d. 21 May 1904, d/o John Knowles & Sarah Lucinda Duncan. *See Herman Floyd Bussell Obt. *See Fitzpatrick P. " Pat"Bussell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Katie Pearl (Bussell) Leftwich buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, White Co., TN, pg. 124: Edward " Edgar" Dibrell Bussell married 9 November 1911, White Co., TN to Siller Howell). Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon for Dibbrell Bussell, 69, at the West View Baptist church with the Rev. Malcolm Rodgers and the Rev. C. D. Sallee, officiating. Interment was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Bussell died at his home at 343 W. 3rd street, Cookeville, Sunday, April 14, after a long illness. He was a retired timber dealer and a native of White County. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Siller Howell Bussell, of Cookeville; two daughters, Mrs. Wayne Saylors, Detroit, MI, Mrs. A. D. Butler, Manchester; one son, Gene Bussell, Cookeville; one sister, Mrs. Ova Howell, Nashville; two brothers, Marvin and Pat Bussell, Cookeville; one half-sister, Mrs. Mary Tollison, Sparta; one half-brother, Amon Bussell, Cookeville, and nine grandchildren. *Note: Herman Floyd Bussell Obt. b. 6 August 1901, TN ­ d. 30 May 1934, s/o Thomas Bussell (1848-1933) & Sarah Lucinda Duncan (1860-1940). Funeral services for Herman Bussell, 33, who died at his home at 701 Fourth Street, Wednesday after day (sic) afternoon at the Howell Cemetery after a long illness, were conducted Thursday, in White County, where burial took place.

He was a son of the late Thomas Bussell, and was a highly respected young man. He had lived in Cookeville for some time, and was stricken with paralysis about a year ago which brough about his death. He is survived by three brothers, Marvin, Dibrell, and Pat Bussell. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 31 May 1934 (1900 census 8th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 57 Family: 57 - Thomas Bussell is head of household, 52 yrs. old, b. February 1848, TN md 16 yrs. to Sarah, 39 yrs. old, b. November 1860, TN, 10 children born, 8 children living. Children: Susie, 17 yrs. old. b. May 1883; Marvin, 14 yrs. old, b. July 1885; Dibrell, 12 yrs. old. b. February 1888; Patrick, 9 yrs. old, b. June 1890; Virgel, 6 yrs. old. b. July 1893; Ollie, 4 yrs. old. b. June 1895 & Ovie Bussell, 2 yrs. old, b. May 1898. All born in TN) (1910 census 7th Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 85 ­Thomas Bussell is head of household, 62 yrs. old, TN, M2, md 25 yrs. to Sarah L. 49 yrs. old, M2, 11 children born, 8 children living. Children: Edcard D., 22 yrs. old; Fitz P., 18 yrs. old; Virgil, 17 yrs. old; Herman, 9 yrs. old & Ova Bussell, 11 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 168 - Dwl: 168 Family:195 - Edgar D. Bussell is head of household, 32 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Manager Shuttle Factory, md to Siller, 28 yrs. old, TN. Children: Edna, 7 yrs. old, TN; Lorelle, 2 yrs. old, TN. Living in the household: Herman Bussell, brother, 19 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Cutter Shuttlemill & Shelia Howell, cousin, 21 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Cutter Shuttlemill). 1930 census ­ Civil Dist., 1, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN- 3rd Street, Cookeville Town, w. of Walnut Street Enumeration Dist: 71-26 700 Dwl: 213 Family: 232 Line: 66 Bussell, Dibbrel Head Owns Home (2,500) 43 M W Married (24 yrs. old 1st marriage) Partner in a Shuttlemill TN TN TN Bussell, Siller Wife 37 F W Married (19 yrs. old 1st marriage) TN TN TN Bussell, Edna Dau 17 F W Single TN TN TN (Ina Edna Bussell md Lester Wayne Saylors) Bussell, Lorelle Dau 12 F W Single TN TN TN (Lorelle Bussell md Mr. Albert Dewel Butler) Bussell, Eugene Son 6 M W Single TN TN TN (Eugene " Gene"Bussell md Geraldine Loftis Denny, divorced). Bussell, Katie P. Dau 3 6/12 F W Single TN TN TN (Katie P. Bussell md Luke Leftwich) Bussell, Ruth Dau 1 2/12 F W Single TN TN TN Tallent, Mary Mother 61 F W Widow TN TN TN Fitzpatrick P. " Pat"Bussell b. 30 June 1890, TN ­ d. 8 November 1961, md 4 December 1912, Whtie Co., TN to Maggie (Smith) Bussell, b. 16 August 1893 ­ d. 13 February 1981, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Frank Smith. Fitzpatrick P. " Pat" Bussell, s/o Thomas Bussell (1848-1933) & Sarah Lucinda Duncan (1860-1940). *See Edgar Dibrell Bussell Obt. *See Maggie (Smith) Bussell Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: MAGGIE BUSSELL Birth: 16 Aug 1893 - Death: Feb 1981­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 409-08-9512, TN) (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 210: F. P. Bussell married 4 December 1912, White Co., TN to Maggie Smith). (1900 census 8th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 57 Family: 57 - Thomas Bussell is head of household, 52 yrs. old, b. February 1848, TN md 16 yrs. to Sarah, 39 yrs. old, b. November 1860, TN, 10 children born, 8 children living. Children: Susie, 17 yrs. old. b. May 1883; Marvin, 14 yrs. old, b. July 1885; Dibrell, 12 yrs. old. b. February 1888; Patrick, 9 yrs. old, b. June 1890; Virgel, 6 yrs. old. b. July 1893; Ollie, 4 yrs. old. b. June 1895 & Ovie Bussell, 2 yrs. old, b. May 1898. All born in TN)

G. Marvin Bussell b. 14 July 1885 ­ d. 5 August 1959, md on the 10th of August 1906 to Susie (Bell) Bussell, b. 8 August 1885- d. 19 October 1965. Gladys Jewell Bussell b. 4 April 1916 ­d. 4 February 1955. Hattie M. Bussell b. 15 July 1878, TN ­d. 5 February 1971, d/o James H. & Bettie A. Bussell. *See Eliza " Liza"Avo Bussell Allison Martin buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Delpha Ann Bussell Obt. (1910 census 8th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 183 ­James H. Bussell is head of household, 64 yrs. old, TN, (father born in NC, mother, TN) md 38 yrs. to Bettie A., 61 yrs. old, NC (parents both born in NC), 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Hattie M., 31 yrs. old; Liza A., 19 yrs. old; George W., 35 yrs. old, married to Lucy J. Bussell, daughter-in-law, 19 yrs. old. All born in TN). Helyn A. (Kowalsky) Bussell Obt. b. 16 July 1919, Wayne Co., MI ­d. 25 September 2000, md Paul D. Bussell Sr., b. 16 January 1912 ­d. 23 June 1991. *See Paul Bussell Sr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Helyn A. Bussell, 81, of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Wed., Sept. 27, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-9 p.m. today, Tues., Sept. 26; and from 1 p.m. until time of services on Wed., Sept. 27, at the funeral home. Mrs. Bussell died on Mon., Sept. 25, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. (Pictured: Helen A. & Paul D. Bussell Sr.) She was born on July 16, 1919, in Wayne County, Mich. to the late Charles and Helen Schweicher Kowalsky. Mrs. Bussell was a homemaker and a former member of Hixon First Baptist Church. Her family includes two sons, Paul Bussell Jr. of Soddy Daisy, and David Bussell of Cookeville; two daughters, Bonnie Eidson of Charleston, and Renee Clark of Cookeville; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Paul Bussell Sr.; a granddaughter, Michelle Loraine Bussell; and eight brothers. Bro. Basil Phillips will officiate at the services. Published September 26, 2000 12:13 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Hugh Mansfield Bussell b. 14 June 1922 ­d. 1 January 1997, (PFC US Army WWII), md Jeanne Duclos, b. 23 July 1923. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Hugh Mansfield Bussell married 16 November 1977, Putnam Co., TN, age 55, b. 14 June 1922, address: P. O. Box 642 to Jeanne Duclos, age 54, b. 23 July 1923, address: 920 E. 6th St., name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Daquerre Bussell, son, West Oak Apt. C05, Cookeville, TN).

Jimmy Eugene Bussell Sr. Obt. 26 June 1938, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 16 December 1999, Indianapolis, IN, md Geraldine (unknown) Bussell, b. 5 October 1937 ­d. 16 December 1992. Jimmy Eugene Bussell Sr., s/o Arvel Bussell & Lessie Mae Gamble. *See Arvil E. Bussell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Bobby Clarence Flanigan Sr. Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Jimmy Eugene Bussell Sr., 61, of Indianapolis, Indiana, formerly of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. today, Sun., Dec. 19, at Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Bussell died on Thurs., Dec. 16, 1999, in Indianapolis. He was born on June 26, 1938, in Putnam County to the late Arvel and Lassie Mae Gamble Bussell. Mr. Bussell was a mechanic and a member of the Church of Christ. He lived in Indianapolis for the past six years. His family includes two sons, Jimmy Jr. and George Bussell; a daughter, Lessie V. Smith; a brother, Eddie Bussell; three sisters, Darlene Hall, Janie Blackwell and Pearl Flannigan; and four grandchildren, Brian, Ernest and Victoria Smith, and Jimmy Bussell III. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Geraldine F. Bussell. Whitson Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Published December 18, 1999 7:26 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Johnny Arvil Bussell Obt. d. 22 January 1981, IN, s/o Sam Bussell & Frances Testner. *See Arvil E. Bussell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. INDIANAPOLIS ­Funeral services for Johnny Arvil Bussell, 18, were held at 2 p.m. today in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home, with Bro. Jack Reed officiating and burial following in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Busssell died Thursday, Jan, 22, 1981, in the Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. Survivors include his parents, Sam and Frances Testner Bussell of Indiana; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arvil Bussell of Cookeville; his girlfriend, Patricia Dininger of Indiana; a brother, Jimmy F. Bussell of Indiana; three sisters, Patricia Parksey, Jacqueline Hall, and Sandra Jones, all of Indiana; and several aunts, uncles and cousins. Whitson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 28 Janaury 1981. Luther Virgil Bussell b. 28 April 1892 ­ d. 7 January 1923. Next to him: Hester Howell Bussell, b. 1 April 1888 ­ d. 23 December 1928. And next to them: Gladys Jewell Bussell, b. 4 April 1916 ­d. 4 February 1955. Maggie (Smith) Bussell Obt. b. 16 August 1893 ­ d. 13 February 1981, md 4 December 1912, Whtie Co., TN to Fitzpatrick P. " Pat" Bussell, b. 30 June 1890 ­d. 8 November 1961. Maggie (Smith) Bussell, d/o Mr. & Mrs. Frank Smith.

*See Fitzpatrick P. " Pat"Bussell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE ­ Mrs. Maggie Smith Bussell, 87, died February 13, 1981 at the Sparta Health Care Center following an extended illness. She was a former resident of 208 Dyer Street, Cookeville. Funeral services will be conducted from the chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home Sunday, February 15, 1981, at 2 p.m. with Rev. Dan Hanskins Jr. and Rev. Ed Malone officiating. Mrs. Bussell was a native of Tennessee, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith, and the widow of the late Fitzpatrick Bussell. (Obt. had a mistake: it states Maggie Smith was married to " late the Fitzpatrick Smith"should have been Fitzpatrick Pat Bussell (b. 30 June 1890- d. 8 November 1961) buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.) Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Casto Sparks, Old Hickory, Tennessee, and Mrs. Monroe Davis, Cookeville; a son, Arbie Bussell, Albuquerque, New Mexico; three brothers, Walter and Bill Smith of Sparta, and Estel Smith of Dallas, Texas; a sister, Viola Smith of Terrell, Texas; a sister, Viola Smith of Terrell, Texas; seven grandchildren, Greg Bussell, Pam Bussell, Mrs. Donna Haskins, Harold Sparks, Patsy Wilson, Tommy Bussell, Janice Trusty; nine great grandchildren, and one great great grandchild. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Herald- Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 15 February 1981 Odell Bussell b. 20 July 1920 ­d. 15 August 1967. Paul Davis Bussell Sr. b. 6 January 1912 ­d. 23 June 1991, md Helen A. (Kowalsky) Bussell, b. 16 July 1919, Wayne Co., MI ­ d. 25 September 2000. "A precious Mama and a loving Daddy" *See Helen A. (Kowalsky) Bussell Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: PAUL D BUSSELL Birth: 16 Jan 1912- Death: 23 Jun 199- Last Residence: (not specified) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 374-05-3248, MI) Sammy F. Bussell Jr. b. 25 July 1959 ­d. 9 September 1959. William Wade E. Bussell b. 4 February 1891, TN ­d. 6 October 1962, md on the 3rd of November 1921, Putnam Co., TN to Citha (Carr) Bussell, b. 19 July 1886, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 7 January 1952, Cookeville, TN, d/o James Carr & Ann Massa. William Wade E. Bussell, s/o Preston & Sarah Bussell. *See Citha Uretta (Carr) Bussell Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 68, #2636: Wade Bussell married 3 November 1921, Putnam Co., TN to Mrs. Citha Goodwin. By whom married: G. W. Stone, Justice of the Peace). (1900 census 16th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 55 ­Press Bussell is head of household, 40 yrs. old, b. June 1859, TN, md 20 yrs. to Sarah, 36 yrs. old, b. September 1863, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Sam H., 18 yrs. old., b. July 1881; Charley A., 14 yrs. old., b. January 1886; Mary M., 11 yrs.

old., b. October 1888; William W., 9 yrs. old., b. February 1891 & Perley J., Bussell, 6 yrs. old., b. June 1893. All born in TN). (1910 census 16th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 119 ­Preston Bussell is head of household, 51 yrs. old, TN md 30 yrs. to Sarah, 44 yrs. old, TN, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Charley A., 24 yrs. old; Mary M., 21 yrs. old; Wade, 19 yrs. old & Perlie Bussell, 16 yrs. old. All born in TN) John L. Butler b. 1831 ­d. 1 May 1903, age 72 yrs. `An honest man, the noblest work of God' (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 342 ­John Butler is head of household, 63 yrs. old, b. June 1834, VA, (parents both born in VA), Occupation: Lumber Dealer, widow. Also living in the household: Mary Seay, servant, B F, 50 yrs. old, b. April 1850, TN). Melvin Butler Jr. Obt. b. 1 June 1943, Trousdale Co. TN­ d. 6 September 2009, Algood, TN, md 27 January 1962, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN to Judy Carrol (Bennett) Butler. Melvin Butler Jr., s/o Melvin Lee Butler Sr. & Georgia Rene Driver. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 347: Melvin Lee Butler Jr. married 27 January 1962, Putnam Co., TN, age 18, b. 1 June 1943, address: Rt. 5, Cookeville, TN to Judy Carrol Bennett, age 17, b. 26 October 1944, address: 720 N. Willow, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Elizabeth Bennett, mother, 720 N. Willow, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for Melvin Lee Butler Jr., 66, of Cookeville, will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 9, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Interment, with military honors, will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. today, Tuesday, Sept. 8, and from 11 a.m. until time of services on Wednesday at the funeral home. Mr. Butler died Sunday, Sept. 6, 2009, in Masters Health Care Center in Algood after a long battle with cancer. He was born June 1, 1943, in Trousdale County to Georgia Rene Driver Butler of Cookeville and the late Melvin Lee Butler Sr. Mr. Butler attended Caney Fork Baptist Church. He was a disabled Vietnam veteran having served in the Army 36th Engineer' Division from 1966-1968. He was a member of VFW Post 6296. s He was employed for a number of years with the Putnam County Sheriff' Department prior to his s retirement in 2004. In addition to his mother, his family includes his wife of 46 years, Judy Bennett Butler (whom he married Jan. 27, 1962, in Cookeville); a daughter and son-in-law, Teraceia and Jerry Tayse of Cookeville; a son, Mark Butler of Cookeville; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Connie and Jerry Cass and Monease and Donnell Chaffin, all of Cookeville; two brtoehrs and sisters-inlaw, Wallace and Clydean Butler and Johnny and Sherry Butler, all of Cookeville; a brother-in-law and his wife, Herb and Linda Bennett of Caroltown, GA; and many special nieces, nephews and friends. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Honorary pallbearers will be Mr. Butler' nephews. s Rev. Steve Thorton will officiciate at the services.

You may share your thoughts and memories at www.hhhfunerals.com, 526-6111. Herald- Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Tuesday, 8 September 2009, pg. A-7. W. Horace Buckner Obt. d. 11 June 2003, Putnam Co., TN, md M. Frances (Harp) Buckner. W. Horace Buckner, s/o Estes Buckner & Pruna Beasley. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for W. Horace Buckner, 76, of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, June 13, at Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8:30 p.m. today, Thursday, June 12, at Crest Lawn Funeral Home and one hour prior to services on Friday at the church. Mr. Buckner died on Wednesday, June 11, 2003, at his residence. He was born in Cookeville to the late Estes Buckner and Pruna Beasley. He served in the Navy during World War II, in the South Pacific. His family includes his wife, M. Frances Harp Buckner of Cookeville; two daughters and sons-in-law, Vicki and Scott Bertrand and Susan and Tom Martin, all of Atlanta, Ga.; two brothers, Donald and Kenneth Buckner, both of Cookeville; four sisters, Nancy Carroll, Sara Bright and Sharon Huber, all of Dayton, Ohio, and Ester Lamb of Thomasville, Ga.; a granddaughter, Stephanie Bertrand of Atlanta; and a grandson, Luke Bertrand of Atlanta. Pallbearers will be his nephews: Kenneth, Steve, Mike and David Buckner, Kenny Burchett and Jerry Bush. Honorary pallbearers will be John, Johnny and Jack Stites, Hubert Joe Dietz, Alton Landers, Copeland Jared, David Edginton, Harold Jackson, Donald Pugh and Clax Bullington. Bros. Glen McDoniel and Gary Hampton will officiate at the services. Published June 12, 2003 11:32 AM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN W. Burg? Crudely hand carved, worn, hard to read. Donald " Don"Edward Burroughs Obt. b. 26 November 1937, Clay Co., TN ­d. 22 October 2007, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md 13 June 1960, Overton Co., TN to Anna Ruth (Welch) Burroughs, d/o Ella Welch. Donald " Don"Edward Burroughs, s/o Willie George Burroughs & Stella Stover. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Overton Co., TN, pg. 391, #2391: Donald Edward Burroughs married 13 June 1960, Overton Co., TN, age 22, address: Cookeville, TN to Anna Ruth Welch, age 17, address: Rt. 6, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Mrs. Ella Welch, Rt. 6, Cookeville, TN) COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Donald " Don"Edward Burroughs, 69, of Cookeville will be held Thursday, Oct. 25, at 3 p.m. from the Cookeville chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home.

Burial will be in Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends Wednesday, Oct. 24, from 5-8 p.m. at the funeral home. Mr. Burroughs died Monday, Oct. 22, 2007, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born Nov. 26, 1937, in Clay County to the late Willie George and Stella Stover Burroughs. Mr. Burroughs was member of Eastwood Baptist Church for more than 33 years and was an avid baseball fan. He graduated from Livingston Academy High School in 1958 and retired after 29 years of service with Fleetguard Inc. His family includes his wife of 47 years, Anna Ruth Welch Burroughs (whom he married June 13, 1960, in Overton County) of Cookeville; a son and daughter-in-law, Kevin and Robin Burroughs of Cookeville; a daughter and son-in-law, Kimberly and Curt Cooper of Cookeville; two brothers and a sister-in-law, Thurman Burroughs of Knoxville and W.G. and Kathy Burroughs of Jackson County; three sisters and a brother-in-law, Estelle Thompson of Baxter and Loudell Dildine and Betty and Roy Webb, all of Cookeville; and seven grandchildren, Amanda Branch and husband Tony, Ryan and Hunter Burroughs, Curtis, Chelsey and Cody Cooper and Bethany Moore and husband Gavin, all of Cookeville. Pallbearers will be the Cookeville Diamond Dawgs Baseball Team. Honorary pallbearers will be the 1958 graduating class of Livingston Academy and Mr. Burroughs' coworkers at Fleetguard Inc. Revs. Bob Pharris and Carles Walker and Bro. Michael Webb will officiate the services. Published October 23, 2007 11:27 AM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN John L. Butler d. 1 May 1903, age 72 yrs. old. Melvin Lee Butler Sr. Obt. b. 27 August 1921, Smith Co., TN ­d. 27 February 2006, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 4th of May 1940, Trousdale Co., TN to Georgia (Driver) Butler. Melvin Lee Butler Sr., s/o James Audrey Butler & Tennie Mary Cook. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Trousdale Co., TN, pg. 112: Melvin Butler married 4 May 1940, Trousdale, Co., TN, age 21, address: Haresville, TN to Georgeia Driver, age 19, address: Haresville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: John Driver). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Mr. Melvin Lee Butler Sr. of Cookeville will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Mar. 1, in the Cookeville chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends today from 5-8 p.m. and Wednesday from 11 a.m. until time of services at the funeral home. Mr. Butler died Monday, Feb. 27, 2006, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center.

He was born Aug. 27, 1921, in Smith County to the late James Audrey and Tennie Mary Cook Butler. He was a member and former deacon at Caney Fork Baptist Church and was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II, having served in the Philippines. He was a retired welder and foreman working form 1955-1964 at Cookeville Industries; from 1964-1972 at Bowser-Briggs Filtration Division; and from 1964 until his retirement at Teledyne-Stillman. His family includes his wife of more than 64 years, Georgia Driver Butler; two daughters and sons-in-law, Connie and Jerry Cass and Monease and Donnell Chaffin; three sons and daughters-in-law, Wallace and Clydean Butler, Melvin Jr. and Judy Butler and Johnny and Sherry Butler, all of Cookeville; 10 grandchildren, Michael Butler, Kyle Butler, Teraceia Tayse, Mark Butler, Jeff Cass, Nikki Dakouvanos, Sarah Allen, Kelli Chaffin, Matt Butler and Jessica Hines; seven great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Joyce Daniels of Nashville and Merlene Dixon of Hendersonville. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters, Lois Cothron and Reba Toney, and two brothers, Casper Butler and Bobby Butler. Pallbearers will be Jerry Tayse, Matt Allen, John Dakouvanos, James Hines, Justin Germain, Jeff Cass and Michael, Kyle, Mark and Matt Butler. Rev. Steve Thornton and Pastor Mike Campbell will officiate the services. Published February 28, 2006 10:50 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Ann " Annie" (Carter) Byrne Obt. b. 1865, Granville, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 27 September 1937, md on the 26th of July 1885, Jackson Co., TN to William James Byrne, b. 27 November 1860, near Granville, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 30 November 1943, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Terrell Byrne (1826-1905) & Mary Jane Spurlock (1835-1890). Ann (Carter) Byrne, d/o Nelson Carter & Mary Jane Cooper. Ann' sisters are: Mrs. Bettie Byrne & Mrs. Effie M. s Donald. *See William James Byrne buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 457: W. J. Byrne married 26 July 1885, Jackson Co., TN to Miss Annie Carter). Services Saturday For Mrs. Bettie Byrne: Funeral services for Mrs. Bettie Carter Byrne, 87, were held Saturday afternoon at the Carver Funeral Home with the Rev. Thornton Fowler and the Rev. Scott Johnson officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Wife of the late Clinton Lafayette Byrne, Mrs. Byrne had lived in Cookeville for more than 50 years. She was a native of Granville and Jackson County. Survivors include one daughter-in-law, Marie Yeargen Byrne; and several nieces and nephews. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 25 August 1949 Ann (Carter) Byrne: DC: #21475, Putnam Co., TN

Date of Birth: 1865 Date of Death: 1937 Husband: William James Byrne Father: Nelson Carter Mother: Mary Jane Cooper Burial: Cookeville City Cemetery, Cookeville, TN *See William James Byrne buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Dr. Arthur Dillard Byrne Obt. *See William " Willie"H. Byrne buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Dr. Arthur Dillard Byrne Obt. b. 4 June 1889, TN ­d. 24 December 1941, Granville, TN, md on the 21st of December 1916, Jackson Co., TN to Esther (Neely) Byrne, b. 13 December 1894 ­d. 6 June 1981. Arthur D. Byrne, s/o William James Byrne & Annie Carter. *See Ann " Annie"(Carter) Byrne buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See William James Byrne buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See William " Willie"H. Byrne buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 375: Arthur Dillard Byrne married 21 December 1916, Jackson Co., TN to Esther Neely. Dr. A. D. Byrne Dies Suddenly December 24: Gainesboro was suddenly cast into a gloom of sorrow on December 24th, when it was learned that Dr. A. D. Byrne, dentist, has passed away at his home here. Dr. Byrne had been in failing health for many months, but on the morning of his death he seemed as well as usual and in the morning drove to his farm near Granville. On his return he learned of the illness of his father at Cookeville. After he had lunch he started to see his father. Near the County line he had a puncture and secured some men to fix it. It was while the tire was being repaired that he complained of being ill. One of the men got in the car and drove him home. He lived only a few minutes after arriving at home. Arthur Dillard, son of W. J. and Anne Carter Byrne, was born June 4, 1889 near Granville. He was educated in the schools at Granville and Cookeville. He received the D. D. S. degree from Vanderbilt University in 1914. In 1915 he came to Gainesboro and began the practice of his profession. On December 21, 1916 he was married to Miss Esther Neely, of Granville. To them was born three children. Dr. Byrne was well known in this and surrounding counties through his profession. His kind, ever-ready to help disposition endeared he to all who knew him. An outstanding man in his profession, his work was sought by many who came from a distance. He professed faith in Christ at an early age and united with the Methodist Church at Cookeville. He was also a Mason and member of the Eastern Star. He is survived by his wife and three children: Arthur Byrne, Jr. Ann Byrne and Betsy Byrne of Gainesboro; his father, W. J. Byrne, Cookeville; two brothers Dr. L. H. Byrne, Deming, NM; and Charles Byrne, Brawley, CA. Besides these many other relatives and friends. Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist Church Friday morning, December 26, by Rev. O. P. Gentry of Manchester, assisted by the pastor Rev. L. F. Haley. The song service was in charge of a quartet composed of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff well and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wall of Cookeville. Burial was in the City Cemetery at Cookeville.

The high esteem in which Dr. Byrne was held was evidenced by the beautiful flowers. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 1 January 1942. Calvert Brent Byrne b. 8 August 1889, Granville, TN ­ d. 5 May 1925 (the Byrnes were moved to Cookeville City Cemetery) md on the 22 November 1911, Putnam Co., TN to Marie Beatrice (Yeargen) Byrne, b. November 1886, TN, d/o Prof. Samuel Bartlett Yeargen & Clementine " Tennie" Reagan. Calvert Brent Byrne, s/o Lafayette Byrne & Betty Carter. Buried next to them is: Betty (Carter) Byrne (no dates). `Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God' *See Prof. Samuel Bartlett Yeargen, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 76, #300: Calvert Brent Byrne married 22 November 1911, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Marie Beatrice Yeargen). Edith (Smith) Byrne Obt. b. 27 July 1888 ­d. 26 August 1967, md on the 5th of September 1906, Putnam Co., TN to Hascal Byrne, s/o William James Byrne & Annie Carter. Edith (Smith) Byrne, d/o S.A.D. Smith. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 356, #876: Hartsell Byrne married 5 September 1906, Putnam Co., TN to Edith Smith). (1910 census, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl; 103: William J. Byrne is head of household, 47 yrs. old, TN md 24 yrs. to Annie, 45 yrs. old, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Hascal, 22 yrs. old, md 3 yrs. to Eddith, 21 yrs. old, TN, 2 children born, 2 children living. Children: Will H. Byrne, grandson, 2 yrs. old, TN & Ruth Byrne, granddaughter, 1 6/12 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Authur Byrne, son, 20 yrs. old, Charles, son, 18 yrs. old & Willie Byrne, son, 13 yrs. old. All born in TN). Mrs. Edith Smith Byrne, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. S.A.D. Smith, and who was reared and educated in Cookeville, died Saturday at a Nashville Hospital. Funeral services were held Monday at the Finley, Dorris and Charlton Funeral Home, Nashville, and interment was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Jack Rowland of Nashville, formerly of Cookeville, brother, S. Baxter Smith of Livingston; granddaughters, Mrs. Stewart Johnson, South Pittsburg, Mrs. William Leese of Cincinnati, OH and 5 great-grandchildren. The Cookeville Citizen, Cookeville, TN: August 29, 1967. Henry Bascom Byrne Obt. b. 19 August 1907, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 31 August 1995, Jackson Co., TN, md on the 7th of November 1941, Jackson Co., TN to Ruby (Vantrease) Byrne, b. 16 November 1909, Smith Co., TN ­ d. 31 December 2003, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, d/o George Lee Vantrease & Laura May Tittle. Henry Bascom Byrne, s/o Henry Clay Byrne & Geneva Spurlock. *See Ruby (Vantrease) Byrne Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN: Henry Bascom Byrne married 7 November 1941, Jackson Co., TN, age 34, address: TN to Mary Ruby Vantrease, age 31, address; Gallatin, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: George Lee Vantrease, Nashville, TN). GAINESBORO ­ Funeral services for Henry Bascom Byrne, 88, of Granville will be held Sunday September 2 at 1 p.m. in the Chapel of Anderson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery.

Mr. Byrne died Thursday, August 31, 1995 in Jackson County Hospital. He was born August 19, 1907 in Putnam County to the late Henry Clay and Mary Geneva Spurlock Byrne. Mr Byrne was a retired farmer and a member of the Liberty Community. His family includes his wife, Mary Ruby Vantrease Byrne of Granville; one brother, Joseph Draper Byrne, Sr., of Michigan and one sister, Dorothy Byrne Norman of Alabama. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by one son, Uriah Thomas Byrne, one brother, and four sisters. Bro. Robert Landon will officiate at the services. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: September 1, 1995. Lawrence Douglas Byrne b. 10 May 1915 ­d. 19 August 1915. Ruby (Vantrease) Byrne Obt. b. 16 November 1909, Smith Co., TN ­d. 31 December 2003, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 7th of November 1941, Jackson Co., TN to Henry Bascom Byrne, b. 19 August 1907, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 31 August 1995, Jackson Co., TN, s/o Henry Clay Byrne & Geneva Spurlock. Ruby (Vantrease) Byrne, d/o George Lee Vantrease & Laura May Tittle. *See Henry Bascom Byrne Obt. GAINESBORO -- Funeral services for Ruby Vantrease Byrne, 94, of the Liberty Community of Jackson County will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 3, at Anderson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 3-8 p.m. today, Friday, Jan. 2, at the funeral home. Mrs. Byrne died on Wednesday, Dec. 31, 2003, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born on Nov. 16, 1909, in Smith County to the late George Lee and Laura May Tittle Vantrease. Mrs. Byrne was a retired factory employee with shoe manufacturing. She was a member of the Church of Christ. Her family includes three sisters, Leatha Vantrease of Old Hickory, Anna May Hall of Madison and Louise V. Heady of Gallatin. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Henry Bascom (H.B.) Byrne, who died on Aug. 31, 1995; a son, Uriah Thomas (Tommy) Byrne; three brothers, Tavner Lee, Thomas Hayden and George Fowler Vantrease; and a sister, Elizabeth McCord. Bro. Paul Savage will officiate at the services. You may sign the Memorial Guest Book at www.andersonfh.net. Published January 02, 2004 10:28 AM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN

William James Byrne b. 27 November 1860, near Granville, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 30 November 1943, Putnam Co., TN md Ann " Annie" (Carter) Byrne, b. 1865, Granville, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 27 September 1937. William James Byrne, s/o Terrell Byrne (1826-1905) & Mary Jane Spurlock (1835-1890), both buried in the Byrne Family Cemetery, Jackson Co., TN. *See Edith (Smith) Byrne Obt. William James Byrne: DC: #24299, Putnam Co., TN Age: 83 yrs. 0 months 3 days Place of Death: 200 Maple St., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN White ­Male ­Widowed Occupation: Merchant Grocery (Retired) Wife: Ann " Annie"Carter, DC# 21475, Putnam Co., TN. Father: Terrell Byrne, Jackson Co., TN Mother: Mary Spurlock, Jackson Co., TN Informant: Mrs. Jack Rowland, Cookeville, TN Burial: 1 December 1943, Cookeville City Cemetery, Cookeville, TN Arrangements: Jack Carver Funeral Home, Cookeville, TN Cause of Death: Rumatism & Apoplexy Attended by: Lex Dyer, M. D. Cookeville, TN Religion: Methodist Children: Dr. L. H. Byrne, Deming, NM; Charles Byrne, San Diego, CA; Dr. Arthur Dillard Byrne & William " Willie"H. Byrne. *See Ann " Annie"(Carter) Byrne buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Dr. Arthur Dillard Byrne Obt. *See William " Willie"H. Byrne buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1900 census 5th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 90 - Will J. Byrne is head of household, 39 yrs. old, b. November 1860, TN md 14 yrs. to Annie, 34 yrs. old, b. February 1866, TN. Children: Hascal, 13 yrs. old, b. April 1887; Auther, 10 yrs. old, b. June 1889; Charley, 8 yrs. old, b. November 1891 & Willie Byrne, 3 yrs. old, b. June 1896. Also living in the household: Rildy Byrne, boarder, 7 yrs. old, b. May 1893. All born in TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 103 ­William J. Byrne is head of household, 49 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Manager Handle Factory, md 24 yrs. to Annie, 45 yrs. old, TN, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Hascal, 22 yrs. old; Author, 20 yrs. old, Charles, 18 yrs. old & Willie Byrne, 13 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Eddith Byrne, daughter-in-law, 21 yrs. old, TN (father born in TN, mother, NC), md 3 yrs., 2 children born, 2 children living. Children: Will H. Byrne, grandson, 2 yrs. old, TN & Ruth Byrne, granddaughter, 18/12 yrs. old, TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Maple St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 273 ­William J. Byrne is head of household, 59 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Merchant Groceries, md to Annie, 54 yrs. old, TN. Living in the household: Charles C. Byrne, son, 28 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Clerk, Grocery Store, md to Delih Byrne, daughter-in-law, MS (parents both born in MS), Charles C. Byrne Jr., grandson, 3 6/12 yrs. old, OK & James L. Byrne, grandson, 1 6/12 yrs. old, TN). William " Willie"H. Byrne b. 7 June 1897, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 15 August 1938, md on the 14th of November 1920, Putnam Co., TN to Willie Billye (Jones) Byrne, b. 16 September 1896 ­ d. 24 February 1977, d/o David Little Jones & Lucy Montgomery. William H. Byrne, s/o William James Byrne & Ann Carter. William " Willie"H. Byrne was a pharmacist., DC#17956, Putnam Co., TN. *See Ann " Annie"(Carter) Byrne Obt. *See William James Byrne buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Dr. Arthur Dillard Byrne Obt. *See David Little Jones Obt.

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 4, #2392: W. H. B. Byrne married 14 November 1920, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Willie Byan Jones). Willie H. Byrne b. -----, TN d. 15 Aug 1938 Age: 41y Father: William J. Byrne, TN Mother: Annie Carter, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #17956, Putnam Co., TN Burial: Cookeville City Cemetery, Cookeville, TN Religion: Methodist Children of William H. Byrne & Billye Jones are: Robert & James Byrne. (1900 census 5th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 90 - Will J. Byrne is head of household, 39 yrs. old, b. November 1860, TN md 14 yrs. to Annie, 34 yrs. old, b. February 1866, TN. Children: Hascal, 13 yrs. old, b. April 1887; Auther, 10 yrs. old, b. June 1889; Charley, 8 yrs. old, b. November 1891 & Willie Byrne, 3 yrs. old, b. June 1896. Also living in the household: Rildy Byrne, boarder, 7 yrs. old, b. May 1893. All born in TN). (1900 census 12th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 69 ­David Jones is head of household, 37 yrs. old, b. December 1862, TN md 12 yrs. to Lucy, 27 yrs. old, b. September 1872, TN, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Myrtle, 7 yrs. old, b. August 1892; Stillman, 5 yrs. old, b. November 1894; Willie B., dau., 3 yrs., b. April 1897 & David C. Jones, 1 yr. old, b. April 1899. All born in TN. Also living in the household: William R. Jones, father, 78 yrs. old, b. March 1822, TN, widow, md 26 yrs. William Montgomery, father-in-law, 77 yrs. old, b. December 1822, TN, widow. Green Sadler, lodger, black male, 22 yrs. old, b. January 1878, TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 103 ­William J. Byrne is head of household, 49 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Manager Handle Factory, md 24 yrs. to Annie, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Hascal, 22 yrs. old; Author, 20 yrs. old, Charles, 18 yrs. old & Willie Byrne, 13 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Eddith Byrne, 21 yrs. old, TN (father born in TN, mother, NC), md 3 yrs., 2 children born, 2 children living. Children: Will H. Byrne, grandson, 2 yrs. old, TN & Ruth Byrne, granddaughter, 18/12 yrs. old, TN). Mary Ann (Cooke) Byrom Obt. b. 14 October 1908, Cliffton ­ d. 20 October 2007, Nashville, md on the 24th of December 1934, Wayne Co., TN to Dr. Marvin Byrom. Mary Ann (Cooke) Byrom, d/o William Thomas Cooke & Carrie Keaton. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Wayne Co., TN: J. W. Byrom married 24 December 1945, Putnam Co., TN, age 37, address: Oak Ridge, TN to Mary Ann Cooke, age 37, address: Oak Ridge, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Mrs. Tom Cooke, Clifton, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Mary Ann Byrom, 99, of Cookeville, will be held at 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 23, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 22; and from 910 a.m. on Tuesday, at the funeral home, both days.

Mrs. Byrom died Saturday, Oct. 20, 2007, in Lakeshore-Wedgewood Nursing Facility in Nashville, after several years in Belmont Village Assisted Living in Nashville. She was born Oct. 14, 1908, in Cliffton to the late William Thomas and Carrie Keaton Cooke. Mrs. Byrom was a member of Cookeville First Baptist Church since 1957, where she taught Sunday School, Training Union, Vacation Bible School, and GA's. She graduated from Tennessee State Teachers College at Murfreesboro in 1938 and received her master's degree in education from Pennsylvania State University in 1957. When she was 17 years old, she began her teaching career in Clifton. She also taught in Nashville, Oak Ridge, Penn State University in State College, Pa, and Cookeville (16 years at Tech Campus School at TTU). She retired in 1971. Mrs. Byrom's life work was teaching. She gave herself fully to that goal, both in the school system and at church, for more than 40 years. Her favorite age of children was the second grade. She said that was the molding age, when a child develops and makes life choices and builds character. She was a member of the American Assoc. of University Women and Daughter's of the American Revolution (DAR). Her family includes two daughters and sons-in-law, Mila and Bill Truan of Nashville, and Carolyn and Milton Smith of Brentwood; three grandchildren, Calvin Smith and wife Becky of Cookeville, Gregory Smith and wife Memry of Nashville, and Leann Smith of Madison, Wis.; and two great-grandchildren, Bradley and Lena Smith. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Dr. Marvin Byrom; two sisters, Laua Bromley and Lura Dickson; and three brothers, LaFayette, Tom and Richard Cooke. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Memorial donations may be made to the Dr. John Marvin Byrom Memorial Scholarship at Tennessee Tech University. Rev. Charles Hutchison will officiate at the services. Published October 20, 2007 3:41 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Robert Charles " R.C."Callihan Obt. b. 27 February 1942, Barbourville, KY ­ d. 29 March 2003, Cookeville, TN, s/o Victor Callihan & Dorothy (Keene) Callihan Johnson. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Robert Charles "R.C." Callihan, 61, of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. on Monday, March 31, from the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be Cookeville City Cemetery with full military honors conducted by the Veterans Honor Guard. The family will receive friends on Monday from 9 a.m. until the time of the services at the funeral home. Mr. Callihan died on Saturday, March 29, 2003, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center.

He was born Feb. 27, 1942, in Barbourville, Ky., to Dorothy Keene Callihan Johnson of Cookeville and the late Victor Callihan. Mr. Callihan was a copper miner. He attended Sycamore Church of Christ. He was an Army veteran of the Vietnam era. In addition to his mother, his family includes his stepfather, Jim Johnson, of Algood; three sisters and a brother-in-law, Shawna and Kenny Delon of Spencer, Sherry Thatcher of Virginia Beach, Va., and Jewell Rosinski of Cookeville; a brother and sister-in-law, Raymond and Frances Daniels of Cookeville; and a special niece, Karen Smith, of Cookeville. Pallbearers will be Travis, Tristan, Rob, and John Bryant, James Gore and Kenny Delon. Bro. Charlie Hutchinson will officiate at the services. Published March 29, 2003 8:30 PM CST : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Billie (Scott) Cameron Obt. b. 18 September 1914, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 13 October 2010, Cookeville, TN, md on the 26th of June 1938, White Co., TN to Clarence Arnold Cameron. Billie (Scott) Cameron, d/o Joseph " Joe"Wheeler Scott, b. 16 May 1865 ­ d. 6 July 1941 & Permelia Nan Farley, b. 25 May 1871 ­ d. 26 December 1945, both buried in the Farley-Scott Family Graveyard, Putnam Co., TN. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, White Co., TN, pg. 495 #112: Clarence Arnold Cameron married 26 June 1938, Wilson Co., TN, age 22, address: Cookeville, TN to Billie Scott, age 23, Rt. 2, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Joseph W. Scott, Rt. 2, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Billie Scott Cameron, 96, of Cookeville will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 16 at Cookeville First Presbyterian Church. Interment will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. today, Friday, Oct. 15, at the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home and from 10 a.m. until time of services on Saturday at the church. Mrs. Cameron died Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born Sept. 18, 1914, in the Ditty Community of Putnam County to the late Joe Wheeler and Permelia Nan Farley Scott. Mrs. Cameron often told numerous stories of her time growing up on the farm. Her father kept bees and they also had sheep, cows and chickens. When she was in elementary school, she was active in the 4-H Club and had her own hen house. She often recounted the times when she would ride her horse, Selam, to school before they had a school bus, and when the mailman used to come by horse and buggy. The Ditty Community was quite the hub back then, with a post office, stores, and a three-room school house. Mrs. Cameron loved to share about her days at Ditty. Mrs. Cameron was a member of Cookeville First Presbyterian Church. She was a 1936 graduate of Tennessee Polytechnic Institute and received her master's degree from Peabody College in Nashville in 1939.

She was a retired educator, having taught both at Central High School in Cookeville and Tennessee Technological University. Mrs. Cameron married her high school sweetheart, Clarence Arnold Cameron, a Cookeville attorney, on June 26, 1938. The couple was instrumental in beginning the Cookeville Country Club, founded 1947. Mrs. Cameron then became an avid golfer. She was club champion of Cookeville County Club for several years and was a supporter of women's golf for many years thereafter. She also won many other tournaments such as the American Cancer Society State Tournaments, and once got a hole-in-one at the Richmond Golf Course in Nashville. In recent years, she has been a supporter of the Anne Cameron Cancer Golf Tournament. The tournament is held in memory of Mrs. Cameron's late daughter Anne, in which proceeds benefit cancer research and organizations such as the American Cancer Society, and most recently the Cookeville Regional Medical Center's Foundation for Cancer. Her family includes a son and daughter-in-law, Bill and Elizabeth Turner Cameron of Cookeville; three grandchildren, Donna Cameron and husband Brad Wood, Lindsay Cameron and husband Brandon Gross, all of Cookeville, and Timothy and wife Melissa Rodgers of Spring Hill; and six great-grandchildren, BJ Wood, Cameron Tucker Wood, Caroline Elizabeth Wood, Hunter Rodgers, Keaton Rodgers and Aubrey Rodgers. In addition to her parents and her daughter Anne Elizabeth Cameron, she was preceded in death by her husband, Arnold Cameron; four sisters, Ima Hill, Ura Johnson, Anna Kate Mitchell and Aubrey Scott; and two brothers, Olen Joe Scott and Leo Scott, who died as an infant. Pallbearers will be Mrs. Cameron's family. Memorial donations may be made to TTU Foundation Anne Cameron Memorial Endowment, P.O. Box 1915, Cookeville, TN 38505, or the Scott Farley Cemetery Fund, c/o William W. Mitchell, 530 Pleasant Hill Drive, Cookeville, TN 38501. Revs. David Campbell and Pat Handlson will officiate at the services. Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (931) 526-6111. You may share your thoughts and memories at . Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 16 October 2010. Oren Edward Cameron b. 1 May 1883, TN ­ d. 3 July 1950, md on the 9th of February 1910, Lebanon, Wilson Co., TN to Bessie (Arnold) Cameron, b. 23 July 1887, TN ­d. 25 January 1978, d/o Jesse Arnold & Lean Brown. *See Clarence E. Wilson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Jesse Arnold Obt. *See Lean (Brown) Arnold buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Lebanon, Wilson Co., TN, pg. 293: O. E. Cameron married 9 February 1910, Wilson Co., TN to Bessie Arnold Source: A History of Putnam County Tennessee by Walter S. McClain, pg. 147: Orren Edward Cameron, born twelve miles south of Sparta, May 1, 1883. Finished his education at Burritt College. Married Miss Bessie Arnold, in 1910. Cashier of the First National Bank of Cookeville, City Commissioner of Finance. Mr. Cameron is a Republican, an Odd Fellow and a member of the Presbyterian Church, U. S. A., and Lion' Club. s

1900 census 2nd Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN Dwl: 414 Family: 424 Jessie Arnold Head 54 M W b. February 1846 M1 (31 yrs. md) Bank President TN RI VA Lee Ann Arnold Wife 46 F W b. August 1853 M1 (31 yrs. md) (4 children born, 4 children living) TN TN TN

Nellie Arnold Dau 20 F W b. September 1879 Single Music Teacher TN TN TN Bessie Arnold Dau 12 F W b. May 1888 Single At School TN TN TN

(1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 112 ­Orren E. Cameron is head of household, 27 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Bookkeeper Retail Hardware, md 0 yrs. to Bessie, 23 yrs. old, TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Dixie Ave., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 426-219-249 ­Oren E. Cameron is head of household, 36 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Cashier at the Bank, md Bessie, 33 yrs. old, TN. Children: Lucile, 9 yrs. old; Jessie Lee, 7 yrs. old; Oren E. Jr., 5 yrs. old; Clarence, 3+ yrs. old & Alberta Cameron, 5/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Nancy June (Parr) Campana Obt. b. 12 May 1944, Seymour, IN ­ d. 26 March 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 26th of November 2005, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN to Phillip Campana. Nancy June (Parr) Campana, d/o Cecil Eugene Parr & Doris Hearth. COOKEVILLE -- A Mass of Christian Burial for Nancy June Campana, 67, of Cookeville, will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Thursday, March 29, at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church. Interment will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 3-8 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28, at the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home and from 10 a.m. until time of services on Thursday at the church. A prayer service will be at 7 p.m. on Wednesday at the funeral home. Mrs. Campana died Monday evening, March 26, 2012, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born May 12, 1944, in Seymour, Ind., to the late Cecil Eugene and Doris Hearth Parr. Mrs. Campana worked a number of years as secretary for the Department of Foreign Language at TTU and the Surgery Department at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She retired as long term ombudsman for the Aging Services for the Upper Cumberland, with 18 years of service. Her family includes her husband, Phillip Campana of Cookeville (whom she married Nov. 26, 2005, in Cookeville); a daughter and son-in-law, Kim and Dennis McCants of Monterey; a daughter, Karen Heckmann of Cookeville; a son and daughter-in-law, Troy and Sherry Hendricks of Cookeville; a stepdaughter, Lisa Chappell and husband Douglas of Danville, Ky.; a stepson, Michael Campana and wife Ashley of Burke, Va.; 10 grandchildren, John (Kristin) Short, Joshua Rhoton, Jamie Benson, Reagan Hendricks, Emily Benson, Ian Heckmann, Davis Hendricks, Robert Chappell, Thomas Chappell and Caroline Campana; two great-grandchildren, Ben and Samuel Short; and two brothers, Kenneth Parr and wife JoAnn of Seymour, Ind., and Jerry Parr of Centerville, Ohio. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, 421 North Washington Avenue, Cookeville, TN 38501. Pallbearers will be Knights of Columbus. Father Chad Puthoff will celebrate the Mass. Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements (931) 526-6111.

You may share your thoughts and memories at. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 27 March 2012 Jesse Morgan Campbell b. 24 March 1893, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 21 October 1963, md on the 2nd of July 1939, Putnam Co., TN to Pearl (Maynard) Campbell on the 2nd of July 1939. She was the d/o Van Everett Maynard & Secie Lee Ray. Jesse Morgan Campbell was the s/o Amon Timothy " Tim" Campbell (1867-1906) & Rebecca " Becky"Mills (1873-1940). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 176, docket 4, pg. 194: J. M. Campbell married 2 July 1939, Putnam Co., TN, age 45, address: Murfreesboro, TN to Pearl Maynard, age 27, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Van Maynard, Cookeville, TN). Jesse Morgan & Pearl (Maynard) Campbell had four children: Joyce Lane Campbell, b. 29 Apr. 1940 md Billy Dicus Robinson; Donald Ray Campbell, b. 18 Sept. 1943 md Patricia England; Timothy Van Campbell, b. 16 Apr. 1951 md Debbie Poynter & Ronald Clay Campbell, b. 29 Nov. 1952. Hasker T. Campbell b. 25 August 1901, TN ­d. 5 April 1967 md on the 25th of December 1925, Putnam Co., TN to Velma J. (Brown) Campbell, d/o Thomas E. " Dock" Brown & Seynthia Carrington. Hasker T. Campbell, s/o Howard N. & Mattie V. Campbell. *See Howard N. Campbell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Thomas E. " Dock"Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: (1910 census 18th Civil Dist., Bloomington Springs Town, Front Street, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 191 ­ Thomas E. Brown is head of household, 47 yrs. old, TN md 23 yrs. to Syntha S., 43 yrs. old, TN, 9 children born, 8 children living. Children: Charlie G., 18 yrs. old; Benton C., 16 yrs. old; Arless D., 14 yrs. old; Josie L., 12 yrs. old; Sallie G., 10 yrs. old; Secil C., 8 yrs. old; Minnie A., 6 yrs. old & Velma J., Brown, 2 yrs. old. All born in TN) (1910 census 20th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 46 ­Howard Campbell is head of household, 32 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Foreman Handle Factory, md 11 yrs. to Mattie V., 31 yrs. old, TN, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Arthur W., 11 yrs. old; Hasker T., 8 yrs. old; Ernest R., 6 yrs. old & Hester E. Campbell, 20/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 108 ­Tommie Brown is head of household, 56 yrs. old, TN md 23 yrs. to Scynthie, 53 yrs. old, TN. Children: Sallie, 20 yrs. old; Cecil, 17 yrs. old; Minnie, 15 yrs. old & Velma Brown, 11 yrs. old. All born in TN). Howard N. Campbell b. 20 August 1877, TN ­d. 14 February 1947, md on the 21st of August 1898, Putnam Co., TN to Mattie (Bradford) Campbell, b. 25 February 1879, TN - d. 14 November 1962. Buried next to them is their son Arthur W. Campbell, b. 1899 ­d. 1973. All buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Hasker T. Campbell buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 51: H. N. Campbell married 21 August 1898, Putnam Co., TN to Mattie Bradford). (1900 census 20th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 216 ­Howard Campbell is head of household, 24 yrs. old, b. April 1876, TN, Occupation: Works in Factory, md 2 yrs. to Mattie, 21 yrs. old, b. April 1878, TN, 1 child born, 1 child living. Child: Arthur Campbell, 1 yr. old, b. May 1899, TN).

(1910 census 20th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 46 ­Howard Campbell is head of household, 32 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Foreman Handle Factory, md 11 yrs. to Mattie V., 31 yrs. old, TN, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Arthur W., 11 yrs. old; Hasker T., 8 yrs. old; Ernest R., 6 yrs. old & Hester E. Campbell, 20/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Margarette Campbell b. ? ­d. 8 March 1925 at the age of 85. (DC states born in KY). Richard Alan " Dick"Campbell Jr. Obt. A 16-year-old Cookeville boy injured in a two-car crash here a week ago died last night in Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville. Richard Alan " Dick"Campbell Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Campbell Sr., 446 Loweland Road died at 10:12 last night, Vanderbilt officials said today. Campbell had remained in critical condition and had not regained consciousness since the January 17 accident in Easy 6th Street here. Two other Cookeville teenagers, who were riding in Campbell' 1971 Porsche, remain in Vanderbilt s Hospital. Mark Holloway, 15, son of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Holloway, remains in the hospital' intensive care unit in s what is described as " critical but stable"condition; and Terry K. Leddy, 15, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Glenn Leddy, has been moved out of intensive care and is listed in stable condition, hospital officials said. The three teenagers were pinned in the wreckage of the small one-seat car for a time, according to Cookeville police. Rain slick street conditions were cited as a factor in the accident. Funeral services for Campbell, who was sophomore at Putnam Senior High, are set for 2 p.m. Sunday, January 27 at First United Methodist Church, Cookeville, with the Rev. Roy West officiating. Burial will be in Crestlawn Memorial Cemetery. The body will lie in state at the chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral GHonme from 3 to 5 p.m. and from 7 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, January 26. In addition to his parents, Campbell is survived by one sister, Elizabeth Marie Campbell, and one brother, Earl Matthew Campbell, both of Cookeville; and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl M. Campbell of Rock Island, Illinois, and Mrs. Maire E. Reid, of East Moline, Illinois. Memorial donations may be made to the Dick Campbell Memorial Fund for the Cookeville Drama Center, and these donations will be handled by Citizens Bank. Young Campbell had been active in drama productions at Cookeville Junior High, where he was a student last year, and was a member of the cast of the Cookeville Summer Theatre production of " Camelot" last August, a musical in which the Holloway youth also appeared. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 25 January 1980. Velma (Brown) Campbell Obt. b. 26 May 1908, MO ­ d. 12 March 2000, TN, md on the 24th of Decem ber 1925, Putnam Co., TN to Haskel " Hack"Campbell. Velma (Brown) Campbell, d/o U. T. Brown & Cynthia Carrington Brown.

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 327, #4158: Hasker Campbell married 24 December 1925, Putnam Co., TN to Velma Brown. By whom married: H. T. Gragg, Justice of the Peace). COKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Velma Brown Campbell, 91, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Wed., March 15, at Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5-8 p.m. on Tues., March 14, at Whitson Funeral Home. Mrs. Campbell died on Sun., March 12, 2000, at Masters Health Care Center. She was born on May 26, 1908, in Missouri to the late U.T. and Cynthia Carrington Brown. Mrs. Campbell was owner and operator of Velma's Restaurant. She was a member of the First Baptist Church in Cookeville. Her family includes a daughter and son-in-law, Bernice and Don Haile of Cookeville; a grandson and his wife, Tommy and Sandy Haile; a granddaughter and her husband, Donna and Buddy Qualls; a greatgrandchild, Sean Dietz; and two stepgrandchildren, Alicia and Sarah Qualls. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Hack Campbell; four brothers; and three sisters. Bro. Archie Whitefield will officiate at the services. Published March 13, 2000 12:08 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Warren Campbell Obt. b. 24 September 1918, Jamestown ­ d. 23 November 2000, Algood, TN, md Dimple (Bullington) Campbell. Warren Campbell, s/o Timothy & Ruby Campbell. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Warren Campbell, 82, of Cookeville, will be held at 10 a.m. on Sat., Nov. 25, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 1-3 p.m. and from 5-8 p.m. today, Fri., Nov. 24; and from 9 a.m. until time of services on Sat., Nov. 25, at the funeral home. Mr. Campbell died on Thurs., Nov. 23, 2000, at Masters Health Care Center in Algood. He was born on Sept. 24, 1918, in Jamestown to the late Timothy and Ruby Campbell. Mr. Campbell was retired from Goodyear Rubber Co. He attended Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ. He was a member of Shriners, Muncie Lodge No. 433 F & A.M., and Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite, and N.M.J. Member for 42 years. He was also a veteran of World War II. His family includes his wife, Dimple Bullington Campbell of Cookeville. Pallbearers will be nephews of Mr. Campbell. Bro. Glen McDoniel will officiate at the services. Published November 24, 2000 10:42 AM CST : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Bessie Dean (Flatt) Cannon Obt.

b. 25 April 1911, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 14 January 1980, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 4th of July 1932, Jackson Co., TN to Damon James Cannon Sr., b. 4 November 1904, TN ­ d. 13 August 1982. Bessie Dean (Flatt) Cannon, d/o Robert L. Flatt & Mary Avo Carter. Damon James Cannon Sr. md 2nd on the 5th of February 1982, Putnam Co., TN to Ninnie Madgeline (Masters) Cannon. Damon James Cannon Sr., s/o Robert Lee Cannon (1876-1944) & Mary Avo Mason (1876-1965). *See Charlie C. Cannon Obt. *See Edith Juanita (Cannon) Cooper Obt. *See Lois Anna (Cannon) Shelton Obt. *See Robert Lee Cannon buried in Double Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 265: Damon Cannon married 4 July 1932, Jackson Co., TN to Bessie Flatt). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 268: James Damon Cannon married on the 5th of February 1982, Putnam Co., TN, age 77, b. 4 November 1904, address: Rt. 5, Box 28, Cookeville, TN to Ninnie Madgeline Master, 62 yrs. old, b. 4 January 1920, address: 353 E. 14th St., Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Gary Masters (son), Washington D. C.) (SS Death Index: Name: DAMON CANNON Birth: 04 Nov 1904- Death: Aug 1982­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) ­SSN: 362-07-7296, MI) (SS Death Index: Name: BESSIE CANNON Birth: 25 Apr 1911- Death: Jan 1980­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) ­SSN: 384-20-9791, MI) COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Bessie Dean Cannon, 68, of Watauga Drive, will be conducted Wednesday, Jan. 16, at 2 p.m. at the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Bro. T. J. Bennett officiating. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Cannon died January 14 at Cookeville General Hospital. A native of Jackson County, she was the daughter of the late Robert L. Flatt and Mary Avo Carter Flatt. Survivors include a son, James P. Cannon of Cookeville; three daughters, Mrs. Edith Cooper of Cookeville, Mrs. Shirley Cole of Lebanon, and Mrs. Eva McCoy of Florida; a brother, Preston Flatt of Cookeville; a sister, Mrs. Beulah Wheeler of Cookeville; eight grandchildren. Pallbearers are Madison Wheeler, Lloyd Flatt, Hubert Flatt, Jay Flatt, Harold Cumby, and Carson Cannon. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN, 1980. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Overton Co., TN: Dwl: 85 - Robert E. L. Cannon is head of household, 33 yrs. old, TN, md 8 yrs. to Mary A., 33 yrs. old, TN, 4 children born, 3 children living. Children: Charlie C., 7 yrs. old; Damon, 5 yrs. old & Lois Cannon, 1 3/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 19th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 124 ­Robert L. Cannon is head of household, 43 yrs. old, TN, md to Mary Avo, 43 yrs. old, TN. Children: Charlie C., 19 yrs. old; Damon, 15 yrs. old; Lois A., 10 yrs. old; Lanora, 7 yrs. old; Myrtle D., 4 8/12 yrs. old & Robert Cannon Jr., 1 + yrs. old. All born in TN). Carson Cannon b. 29 December 1926, md on the 17th of June 1950 to Mildred (Anderson) Cannon, b. 12 March 1928, d/o Dillard Anderson. Carson Cannon, s/o Charlie C. Cannon.

`This Is My Commandment That Ye Love One Another As I Have Loved You' *See Charlie C. Cannon Obt. Charlie C. Cannon Obt. b. 6 November 1901, Overton Co., TN - d. 5 March 1991, DeKalb Co., TN, md Dallie (Thompson) Rodgers Cannon, b. 24 March 1908, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 7 July 2001, Smithville, TN, d/o Johnny Thompson & Pearl Newman. Charlie C. Cannon, s/o Robert Lee Cannon (1876-1944) & Mary Avo Mason (1876-1965). `Earth Hath No Sorrow That Heaven Cannot Heal' *See Dallie (Thompson) Rodgers Cannon Obt. *See Bessie Dean (Flatt) Cannon Obt. *See Lois Anna (Cannon) Shelton Obt. *See Robert Lee Cannon buried in Double Springs Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Funeral services for Charles Cannon, 90, of Rt. 4, Baxter, were conducte from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home, Thursday, March 7, with Bro. Mickey Leftwich officiating. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Cannon, a farmer, died Tuesday, March 5th at DeKalb General Hospital. A native of Overton County, he was born Nov. 6, 1900, to the late Robert Edward and Mary Avo (Mason) Cannon. Survivors include his wife, Dallie (Thompson) Cannon of Baxter; one son, Carson Cannon of Baxter; two daughters, Ellen Marie Ward of Hyattsville, MD, and Mary Helen Poovey of San Diego, CA; two sisters, Nora Lee Breeding of Sparta, and Lois Shelton of Cookeville; eight grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a grandson. Pallbearers were grandsons, Gary, David and Dennis Ward; Jason, Burley and Damon Cannon Jr., Mike Loftis and Alan Lee Poovey. Whitson Funeral Home was in charge. 1920 census 19th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 124 ­Robert L. Cannon is head of household, 43 yrs. old, TN, md to Mary Avo, 43 yrs. old, TN. Children: Charlie C., 19 yrs. old; Damon, 15 yrs. old; Lois A., 10 yrs. old; Lanora, 7 yrs. old; Myrtle D., 4 8/12 yrs. old & Robert Cannon Jr., 1 + yrs. old. All born in TN). Dallie (Thompson) Rodgers Cannon Obt. b. 24 March 1908, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 7 July 2001, Smithville, TN, md 1st on the 16th of July 1932, Putnam Co., TN to Carlos L. Rodgers. She md 2nd Charlie C. Cannon, b. 6 November 1901, Overton Co., TN - d. 5 March 1991, DeKalb Co., TN. Dallie (Thompson) Rodgers Cannon, d/o Johnny Thompson & Pearl Newman. *See Charlie C. Cannon Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 495: C. L. Rodgers married 17 July 1932, Putnam Co., TN, age 31, address: Bloomington Springs, TN to Dallie Thompson, age 23, address: Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Johnnie Thompson). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Dallie T. Rodgers Cannon, 93, of Baxter, will be held at 11 a.m. on Tues., July 10, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-9 p.m. today, Monday, July 9, at the funeral home. Mrs. Cannon died on Saturday, July 7, 2001, at NHC Health Care in Smithville.

She was born on March 24, 1908, in Putnam County to the late Johnny and Pearl Newman Thompson. Mrs. Cannon was a homemaker and a member of Double Springs Baptist Church. Her family includes a sister, Naomi White of Wilmar, Minn.; a sister-in-law, Elinor Thompson of Cookeville; four nieces, Roberta Stewart of Baxter, Peggy Loftis and Allison Thompson, both of Blairsville, Ga., and Joleen Julian of Wilmar; and a nephew, Johnny Thompson of Blairsville. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her first husband, Carlos Rodgers; her second husband, Charlie Cannon; a son, Jimmy Rodgers; and two brothers, Tamer and Barney Thompson. Bro. Harlon Johnson will officiate at the services. Published July 09, 2001 12:07 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Mrs. Jannie Cannon b. -----, TN d. 6 June 1929 (Age: abt 21y) Father: Erb Reed Mother: Addie Speakman Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN DC #15828, Putnam Co., TN *See Johnnie Cannon buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Johnnie Cannon b. 3 December 1907, TN ­d. 6 June 1928, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Erb. Reed & Addie Speakman. *See Mrs. Jannie Cannon buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

Name: Jonnie Cannon Death Date: 06 Jun 1929 Death Place: Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee Gender: Female Marital Status: Married Race or Color: White Age: 21 Estimated Birth Year: 1908 Birth Place: Tenn. Father: Erb. Reed Father's Birth Place: Tenn. Mother: Addie Speakman Mother's Birth Place: Tenn. Occupation: House Work Residence: Cookeville, Putnam, Tenn. Cemetery: City Burial Date: 08 Jun 1929 Collection: Tennessee, Death Records, 1914-1955

Ricky Neal Cannon b. 2 March 1963 ­d. 28 February 1972, shares tombstone with Lesha Annette Cannon, b. 2 March 1963 ­ d. 2 March 1963. `Budded On Earth To Bloom In Heaven' Robert Edd Cannon b. 17 April 1918, TN ­d. 2 February 1991, (U.S. Marines WWII), md Nora Audrey (unknown) Cannon, b. 22 May 1918- d. 14 February 1977. Robert Edd Cannon, s/o Clifford Cannon & Winnie B. Morgan. *See Myrtle D. (Cannon) Reeder buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

(SS Death Index: Name: ROBERT E CANNON Birth: 17 Apr 1918- Death: Feb 1991­ Last Residence: (none specified) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 382-16-2119, MI) (SS Death Index: Name: NORA CANNON Birth: 02 May 1918- Death: Feb 1977­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 412-16-7596, TN) (1920 census 19th Civil Dist., Carroll, TN: Dwl: 97 - Clifford Cannon is head of household, 37 yrs. old, TN, md to Winnie B., 27 yrs. old, TN. Children: Robert E., 6 yrs. old, TN & Eugene Cannon, 2 7/12 yrs. old, TN). (1930 census 19th Civil Dist., Carroll, TN: Dwl: 134 - Clifford Cannon is head of household, 48 yrs. old, TN, (31 yrs. old 1st marriage) md to Winnie B., 37 yrs. old, TN, (21 yrs. old 1st marriage). Children: Robert E., 16 yrs. old, TN; Eugene V., 12 yrs. old; Fredrick C., 9 yrs. old & Winnie L. Cannon, 11/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Coran P. Capshaw b. 28 April 1888, TN - d. 16 May 1969, md Mary (Gartrell) Capshaw, b. 26 April 1888 ­d. 1 September 1971. Coran P. Chapshaw, s/o Robert Byrd Capshaw & Alice Gemima Whitson. *See Estle W. Capshaw Obt. *See Hulon J. Capshaw buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Robert Byrd Capshaw buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 512 ­Robert B. Capshaw is head of household, 46 yrs. old, b. November 1853, TN, Occupation: Attorney, md 17 yrs. to Alice, 44 yrs. old, b. June 1855, TN, 3 children born, 3 children living. Children: Earl W., 14 yrs. old, b. March 1886; Coran P., 12 yrs. old, b. April 1888 & Hulon J. Capshaw, 8 yrs. old, b. June 1891. All born in TN). Estle W. Capshaw Obt. b. 17 March 1886, TN ­d. 7 May 1957, s/o Robert Byrd Capshaw & Alice Gemima Whitson. *See Hulon J. Capshaw buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Robert Byrd Capshaw buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Estel W. Capshaw, 71, died unexpectedly Tuesday night at his home on Broad street where he had presided for the greater portion of his life since childhood. He was a son of the late Robert B. and Jemima Whitson Capshaw. A local attorney, he received his education in the Cookeville schools and was a graduate of the University of Tennessee, and held membership in the Cookeville and Tennessee bar associations. He began his profession in the office of his father, a pioneer attorney of Cookeville, practicing here, Nashville and Florida. He had not been actively engaged in the practice of law for several years. Funeral arrangements are incomplete pending the arrival of relatives. The body is at Whitson Funeral home. Survivors are three sons, Gordon Capshaw, Toledo; Fred Capshaw, New York City, and Leigh Capshaw, Norfolk, VA, two brothers, Coran Capshaw, and Hulon Capshaw of New York City. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 9 May 1957. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 512 ­Robert B. Capshaw is head of household, 46 yrs. old, b. November 1853, TN, Occupation: Attorney, md 17 yrs. to Alice, 44 yrs. old, b. June 1855, TN, 3 children born, 3 children living. Children: Earl W., 14 yrs. old, b. March 1886; Coran P., 12 yrs. old, b. April 1888 & Hulon J. Capshaw, 8 yrs. old, b. June 1891. All born in TN). Hulon J. Capshaw b. 2 June 1891, TN - d. 5 January 1977, s/o Robert Byrd Capshaw & Alice Gemima Whitson.

*See Estle W. Capshaw Obt. *See Robert Byrd Capshaw buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 512 ­Robert B. Capshaw is head of household, 46 yrs. old, b. November 1853, TN, Occupation: Attorney, md 17 yrs. to Alice, 44 yrs. old, b. June 1855, TN, 3 children born, 3 children living. Children: Earl W., 14 yrs. old, b. March 1886; Coran P., 12 yrs. old, b. April 1888 & Hulon J. Capshaw, 8 yrs. old, b. June 1891. All born in TN). Robert Byrd Capshaw 13 October 1855, TN ­d. 20 February 1928, md on the 2nd of December 1883 to Alice Gemima (Whitson) Capshaw, b. 17 June 1856, TN ­d. 13 July 1932, d/o Jeremiah Whitson & Sarah Barnes. Robert Byrd Capshaw, s/o James Westley Capshaw (1816-1880) & Mary " Nancy" Parsley (1822-1889). (Capshaw's) probably a more well-known name because the Capshaw elementary school is named after him. Jeremiah Whitson, b. 10 November 1834, TN ­ d. 27 October 1917, md Sarah " Sallie" (Barnes) Whitson, b. 24 April 1837, TN - d. 14 November 1925, both buried in the Salem Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. *See Coran P. Capshaw buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Estle W. Capshaw Obt. *See Hulon J. Capshaw buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Source: A History of Putnam County Tennessee by Walter S. McClain, pg. 146: Robert Bird Capshaw, born in Warren County, December 13, 1855. Married Miss Alice G. Whitson, December 2, 1883. Mr. Capshaw read law under Judge B. M. Webb, and was admitted to the bar. He has resided in Cookeville since July 12, 1873, and has enjoyed a large and lucrative practice. He is a member of the Church of Christ, a Democrat and a member of the Lion's Club. He is at present a Justice of the Peace. Robert Bird Capshaw b. -----, TN d. 21 Feb 1928 Age: abt 72y Father: James Capshaw, TN Mother: Mary Parsley, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #4235. Putnam Co., TN (1860 census 1st Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 44 ­Jeremiah Whitson is head of household, 25 yrs. old, TN, md to Sarah, 22 yrs. old, TN. Children: Alice, 4 yrs. old; John, 2 yrs. old & Catharine Whitson, 1/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1870 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 168 - Jeremiah Whitson is head of household, 34 yrs. old, TN, md to Sarah, 33 yrs. old, TN. Children: Alice J., 14 yrs. old; John P., 12 yrs. old; Catharine, 10 yrs. old Reubin, 8 yrs. old; Mansfield, 6 yrs.old; Soffrona, 3 yrs.old; & Harvy D. Whitson, 0 yrs. old, b. 1/12 May. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Catharine Whitson, 68 yrs. old, KY). Census Place: 1880 District 1, Putnam Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 80C Dwl: 59 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace B.F. HITCHCOCK Self M M W 62 TN Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: NC Sarah A. HITCHCOCK Wife F M W 55 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: GA Mo: GA R. B. CAPSHAW Other M S W 24 TN Occ: Attorney At Law Fa: TN Mo: TN

(1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 512 ­Robert B. Capshaw is head of household, 46 yrs. old, b. November 1853, TN, Occupation: Attorney, md 17 yrs. to Alice, 44 yrs. old, b. June 1855, TN, 3 children born, 3 children living. Children: Earl W., 14 yrs. old, b. March 1886; Coran P., 12 yrs. old, b. April 1888 & Hulon J. Capshaw, 8 yrs. old, b. June 1891. All born in TN). Nellie (Mott) Carden b. 12 March 1917, TN ­d. 4 January 1994, md on the 6th of September 1951, Putnam Co., TN to Wheeler Allen Winston Carden. Nellie (Mott) Carden, d/o William Monroe Mott & Sarah Howell. Wheeler Allen Winston Carden, s/o Wheeler Allen Winston Carden (1880-1952) & Theresa Baird. *See Lula Mott (Howell) Clay Obt. *See Billie Ann (Mott) Hallcomb Obt. *See William Monroe Mott Obt. *See Maggie Lou (Mott) Terry Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 29: Wheeler Allen Winston Carden married 5 September 1951, Putnam Co., TN, age 29, address: La Fallette, TN to Nellie Ray Mott, age 32, b. 12 March 1919, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Sarah Mott, Cookeville, TN. Name of parent, guardian or next of kin of male: W. A. Wheeler Carden, La Fallette, TN). (1920 census 8th Civil Dist., White Co., TN: Dwl: 16 ­William M. Mott is head of household, 39 yrs. old, TN md to Sarah, 33 yrs. old, TN. Children: Dovie L., 11 yrs. old; Lelia M., 10 yrs. old; Ruby, 7 yrs. old; Maggie L., 4 8/12 yrs. old & Nellie R. Mott, 2 9/12 yrs. old. All born in TN).

Billie " Bette"(Key) Carey Obt. b. 7 March 1941, Overton Co., TN ­d. 11 June 2012, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Casto Elbert Key & Bessie Looper. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Mrs. Billie " Bette"Jewel Key Carey, 71, of Cookeville, will be held at 1 pm on Friday, June 15, at the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home with Rev. Roger Cooper officiating. Interment will follow at Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends Thursday from 5 ­8 pm and again Friday from 12 noon until service time at the funeral home. (Pictured"Billie " Bette"(Key) Carey). Mrs. Carey died Monday, June 11, 2012 at her residence in Cookeville. She was born March 7, 1941 in Overton County, TN to the late Casto Elbert and Bessie Looper Key. Mrs. Carey was of the Baptist Faith. She was a former respiratory therapist and apartment manager. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death a sister, Vergie Key; and four brothers, Willie Beecher Key, Harman Key, Plez Kermit Key and Doyle Edward Key. She is survived by three sons and daughter-in-law, Tim Blaylock, Terry Blaylock, Greg Blaylock and wife Sue, all of Crossville; special friend, Bob Sealy of Cookeville; brother, Elbert Jr. Key; of Alexandria, IN; five grandchildren, Matassa Blaylock Riley, Brandi Blaylock Lefebvre and husband Butch, Heath Blaylock, Tyler Blaylock and Alison Blaylock; and five great-grandchildren. Friends and family will serve as pallbearers.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Cancer Care Fund at CRMC Foundation, One Medical Center Boulevard, Cookeville, TN 38501. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 12 June 2012. Alfred Algood Carlen Obt. b. 27 January 1887 ­ d. 8 May 1975, md on the 21st of October 1914, Maury, TN to Elizabeth Reams (Cox) Carlen, b. 27 September 1889, Maury Co., TN ­ d. 14 February 1980, d/o Dr. William Edward Cox (1854-1917) & Mary Maggie Reams (1860-1938). Alfred Algood Carlen, s/o James Anthony Carlen & Minerva Tennessee Huddleston. Mary Maggie Reams, d/o John William Reams (18321869) & Elizabeth Jordan Harvey (1837-1911), d/o John William Harvey & Mildred M. Bailey. John William Reams, s/o John Reams & Joney Jackson. Alfred Algood Carlen was Secretary-Treasurer of the Coca Cola Bottling Company, Cookeville TN about 1930. Alfred Algood & Elizabeth Reams (Cox) Carlen had three children: Margaret Alice Carlen, b. 27 Jan. 1887, Cookeville, TN md David Haywood Maddux; Elizabeth Reams Carlen, b. 13 Nov. 1920, Cookeville, TN md Robert Brank McLean & Catherine Cox Carlen, b. 7 Oct. 1925, Cookeville TN md Robert Vincint Cox. *See Elizabeth Reams (Cox) Carlen Obt. *See James Anthony Carlen Obt. *See Virginia Addeville "Addie" (Carlen) Collier Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, #333: Alfred Algood Carlen married 21 October 1914, Maury Co., TN to Miss Elizabeth Reams Cox). Funeral services for Algood Carlen, 88, are to be held today May 10 from the First United Methodist Church at 2:00 with Rev. Roy West officiating. Mr. Carlen, a resident of 27 E. Spring St., died Thursday morning in the local hospital. He was a native of Putnam County and the son of the late James A. and Minerva T. Huddleston Carlen. Mr. Carlen was president of the Coca Cola Bottling Co. at the time of his death. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Cox Carlen; 2 daughters, Mrs. R. B. McLean, Shelbyville, TN, and Mrs. R. V. Cox, Manhasset, NY; 3 brothers, Beton, Herman, and Herbert Carlen of Cookeville; 8 grandchildren. The body is at Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Men' s Bible Class and Men' Brotherhood of the First United Methodist Church; employees of the Coca Cola s Bottling Co., Officers of Citizen' Bank and Members of the Lion' Club. s s Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Carlen Scholarship: a fund known as the Algood Carlen School Fund has been established at the Tennessee Tech University. Anyone desiring to contribute to this may mail to Mr. L. B. at Tennessee Tech. Distpatch, Cookeville, TN: 10 May 1975, front page. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist. Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 466 ­James A. Carlen is head of household, 45 yrs. old, b. May 1854, TN, Occupation: Circuit Court Clerk, md 22 yrs. to Minerva T., 41 yrs. old, b. January 1859, TN, 7 children born, 7 children living. Children: Walter R., 21 yrs. old, b. February 1879, TN, Occupation: Deputy Clerk,; Alice G., 18 yrs. old, b. December 1881; Addie V., 16 yrs. old. b. June 1884; Algood A., 13 yrs. old, b. January 1887; Herbert J., 10 yrs. old, b. January 1890; Herman C., 7 yrs. old, b. August 1892 & Benton W. Carlen, 4 yrs. old, b. August 1895. All born in TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: James A. Carlen is head of household, 53 yrs. old, TN md to Minerva T., 51 yrs. old, TN, 7 children born, 7 children living. Children: Algood A., 23 yrs. old, Occupation: Lawyer General Practice; John H., 20 yrs. old; Charlie H., 17 yrs. old & William b. Carlen, 14 yrs. old. All born in TN).

(1930 census Cookeville Town East of Walnut St., Broadway, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 105-215234­ Algood Carlen is head of household, 42 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Cashier Bank, (26 yrs. old 1st marriage) md to Elizabeth, 40 yrs. old, TN (24 yrs. old 1st marriage). Children: Margaret, 12 yrs. old; Elizabeth R., 9 yrs. old & Katherine Carlen, 6 4/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Amanda Roberta (Hill) Carlen Obt. b. 24 July 1912, Sparta, TN ­ d. 29 April 1987, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 27th of September 1932 to James Anthony " Jim" Carlen Jr., b. 21 February 1905, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 23 July 1984, Hilton Head, SC, s/o Walter Raleigh Carlen (1879-1972) & Frances "Fannie" Richmond (1882-1956). Amanda Roberta (Hill) Carlen, d/o Robert Lee " Bob"Hill & Molly Evans. *See Frances " Fannie"Moore (Richmond) Carlen Obt. *See Walter Raleigh Carlen buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See James Anthony " Jim"Carlen Jr. Obt. Funeral services for Amanda Roberta Hill Carlen of Cookeville, widow of James A. Carlen, II, will be held at 11:00 tomorrow at the First United Methodist Church here. Mrs. Carlen died yesterday April 29, 1987 at her Cookeville home. She was 74. The family will receive friends at Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home today from 3-5 and from 7-9. Mrs. Carlen was born July 24, 1912 in Sparta and was the daughter of the late Robert Lee and Mollie Evans Hill. She attended the University of Tennessee at Knoxville where she was a member of Delta Delta Sorority. Mrs. Carlen was involved in the Cookeville community for such groups as the Study Club, House and Garden Club, Town and Gown, and the Symphony Guild. An active member of the United Methodist Church, she served as Sunday School teacher, Adm. Board member, Circle Chairman, and President of the Women' Society, and Queen Mother in 1972. She was s also active in starting the Wesley Foundation at Tennessee Tech University. Her family includes 2 sons, James A. Carlen, III of Hilton Head, SC, and Walter Hill Carlen of Cookeville; 2 sisters, Mattie Lee Gwinn of Dallas, TX, and Mary Hill Johnson of Sparta; 5 grandchildren, Mollianne Carlen Elliott of Marietta, GA, Melanie and James A. Carlen, IV, of Columbia, SC, and Amanda and Celia Carlen of Cookeville. Family member will serve as pallbearers. The United Methodist Women of Cookeville will serve as honorary pallbearers. Memorial contributions may be made to the James A. Carlen Scholarship Fund at Tennessee Tech University or to the First United Methodist Church. Hooper-Huddleston in charge of arrangements. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 30 April 1987. Bettie Carlen b. 1857, TN ­d. 1924, d/o William Bernard Carlen & Sarah Caroline " Sally"Holladay. *See James Anthony Carlen Obt. *See Serena (Carlen) Pickard buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 272 ­Thomas F. Pickard is head of household, 60 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Garden, (parents both born in NC) md 29 yrs. to Serena M., 57 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Sirah E. Carlin, sister-in-law, 52 yrs. old, TN). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Buck Mountain Rd., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 158 ­T. F. Pickard is head of household, 70 yrs. old, TN (parents both born in NC) md to Serena, 67 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household, Bettie Carlen, sister-in-law, 61 yrs. old, TN).

Charles Herman Carlen Obt. b. 29 August 1892, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 19 February 1989, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 28th of November 1923, Putnam Co., TN to Mamine (Hunter) Carlen, b. 3 August 1899 ­ d. 12 June 1989, d/o Rush Hunter & Myra Levena Watson. Charles Herman Carlen, s/o James Anthony Carlen & Minerva Tennessee Huddleston. *See James Anthony Carlen Obt. *See Mamine (Hunter) Carlen Obt. *See Virginia Addeville "Addie" (Carlen) Collier Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 201, #2066: Charlie Herman Carlen married 28 November 1923, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Minnie Hunter. By whom married: Rev. W. M. Cook, pastor, M. C. Church South). (SS Death Index: Name: CHARLES H CARLEN Birth: 29 Aug 1892- Death: Feb 1989­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-74-2437, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: MAMIE H CARLEN Birth: 03 Aug 1899- Death: Jun 1989­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 409-84-8036, TN) COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Charles Herman Carlen, 96, will be held in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home Tuesday February 21 at 2:00 with burial in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Carlen died Sunday (February 19, 1989) at Cookeville General Hospital following an extended illness. Born August 29, 1892 in Putnam County, he was the son of Minerva (Huddleston) Carlen. Mr. Carlen was a retired postal clerk, having started in 1916 in the old post office located at the corner of Dixie Ave. and Broad St. He was a pitcher on the old Cookeville baseball team, an usher and treasurer of First United Methodist Church and a member of the Homemaker Sunday School class. His family includes his wife, Mamie (Hunter) Carlen and several nephews and nieces. Active pallbearers will be William Benton Carlen, Jr., Walter Whitson Carlen, Walter Hill Carlen, William Benton Carlen, III, James A. Carlen, III, Frank Alexander, Dave Maddux, Brank McLean, Wendell J. Long, Robert Cox, Jim Hunter Bohannon, Dr. Clarence Jones, and Walter Keith Crawford, Jr. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Chapel Sunday School class. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: Monday, 20 February 1989. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Broad St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 122­James A. Carlen is head of household, 53 yrs. old, TN, md 32 yrs. to Minerva T., 51 yrs. old, TN, 7 children born, 7 children living. Children: Algood A., 23 yrs. old; John H., 20 yrs. old; Charlie H., 17 yrs. old & William B. Carlen, 14 yrs. old. All born in TN). Elizabeth Reams (Cox) Carlen Obt. b. 27 September 1889, Maury Co., TN ­d. 14 February 1980, md on the 21st of October 1914, Maury, TN to Alfred Algood Carlen, b. 27 January 1887 ­ d. 8 May 1975, s/o James Anthony Carlen & Minerva Tennessee Huddleston. Elizabeth Reams (Cox) Carlen, d/o Dr. William Edward Cox (1854-1917) & Mary Maggie Reams (1860-1938). *See Alfred Algood Carlen Obt. COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for Elizabeth Cox Carlen, widow of Algood Carlen, will be conducted from the First United Methodist Church Saturday, Feb. 16, at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Roy J. West and the Rev. L. C. Troutt officiating. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery.

Mrs. Carlen, a long-time resident of Cookeville, died February 14 in the Bedford County Hospital. A native of Maury County, TN, she was the daughter of late Dr. William Edward and Mary Maggie Reams Cox. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Brank McLean of Shelbyville, TN, and Mrs. Robert Cox of Manhasset, NY; eight grandchildren, Bob, Carlen and Alice Maddux and Randy, Rob, Tom, Dan and Andrew Cox; seven great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Laura Oakley of San Diego, CA. Mrs. Carlen was a member of the Sewing and Garden Club, the Round Dozen Club, the Book Lovers Club, and of First United Methodist Church in Shelbyville. She was a member of the Cookeville for many years, where she taught a Sunday School class that is named for her. Memorial contributions may be made to United Methoidst Church or to the church libray. Herald- Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 15 February 1980. Frances " Fannie"Moore (Richmond) Carlen Obt. b. 8 September 1882, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 14 October 1956, TN, md on the 16th of September 1900, Putnam Co., TN to Walter Raleigh Carlen, b. 23 February 1879, Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 1972, s/o James Anthony Carlen & Minerva Tennessee Huddleston. Frances " Fannie" Moore (Richmond) Carlen, d/o Joseph Frank Richmond & Ova Moore. *See Walter Raleigh Carlen buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Frances Richmond Carlen, 74, wife of Walter R. Carlen, died yesterday morning at the Cookeville General hospital where she had been a patient for three weeks, although she had been a sem-invalid for much of 15 years. Funeral services were held at 2:30 this afternoon at the First Methodist church. The Rev. James Cox officiated and burial was in the Cookeville City cemetery. Mrs. Carlen was a native of Jackson county but had called Cookeville home for much of life as she came here as a bride at the age of 16. Her parents were Joseph Frank and Ova Moore Richmond. A member of prominent families of Jackson and Putnam counties, Mrs. Carlen was beloved because of her happy disposition, charming personalities and because of her generous and cordial hospitality. These traits were prevalent even though the years of her illness. She was a member of the Methodist church, a charter member of the Ladies Aid society of the church and a member of the Woman' Society of Christian Service. She had held the title of " s Queen Mother,"of the church. Mrs. Carlen was instrumental in the organization of the first Parent-Teacher association of Cookeville and served as its president. She assisted in promoting the sale of war bonds in this area during World War I, and was actively engaged in civic, educational and religious interest until she became ill. Besides her husband she is survived by a son, James A. Carlen, a daughter, Mrs. Phillip Webb, both of Cookeville, a brother, Col. J. Frank Richmond of Donelson, step-mother, Mrs. Josie Lee Richmond of Cookeville, a granddaughter, Mrs. Carl Jones, four grandsons, Phillips Carlen Webb, Frank Carlen, Walter Hill Carlen all of Cookeville, Jimmie Carlen, stationed in Germany with the U. S. Army, and an infant great grandchild, Lucy Jane Webb. Whitson Funeral home was in charge of arrangements. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 15 October 1956.

Henry Frank "Skinny" Carlen Obt. b. 6 July 1907, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN - d. 29 October 1945, Putnam Co., TN, md the 18th of October 1933, Putnam Co., TN to Jessie Lee (Cameron) Carlen, b. 5 September 1912, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 24 October 1978, Putnam Co., TN, d/o O. E. Cameron. Henry Frank " Skinny"Carlen, s/o Walter Raleigh Carlen & Frances " Fannie" Richmond. Henry was a Methodist, his son was Henry Frank Carlen Jr. Jessie Lee (Cameron) Carlen md 2nd Asia B. Fox, b. 1913 ­d. January 1984. *See Frances " Fannie"Moore (Richmond) Carlen Obt. *See Jessie Lee (Cameron) Carlen Fox Obt. *See Walter Raleigh Carlen, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg, 174: Henry F. Carlen married 18 October 1933, Putnam Co., TN, age 26, address: Cookeville, TN to Jessie Lee Cameron, age 21, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: O. E. Cameron, Cookeville, TN).. Henry Frank Carlen, 38, World War II Veteran Dies of Heart Attack: Henry Frank Carlen, 38 died unexpectedly early Monday morning of a heart attack, his death occurring at the home of his parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Cameron, on Dixie Avenue, where his wife and son had resided during his absence on array duty. He apparently was in the best of health on Sunday but became ill shortly after one o' clock and passed away before medical aid could be obtained. Mr. Carlen, son of W. R. Carlen, Clerk and Master, and Frances Richmond Carlen, was born and reared in Cookeville, and because of his genial personality he numbered his friends by the hundreds and was prominently identified with the civic, educational and religious interests of his home town which he loved. He was a popular business man of the city, with interest in the Webb Pharmacy and was an active member of the Methodist Church. A member of the State Guard, he held the rank of Captain. He was educated in the Cookeville elementary schools and was graduated from the high school department of Branham and Hughes Military Academy, Spring Hill. He attended Milligan College, near Johnson City, and Tennessee Polytechnic Inntitute here. At both athletic programs and other college activities. October 18, 1933, he was married to Miss Jessie Lee Cameron, who survives. On his anniversary date he was discharged from the U. S. Army, with which he had served for the past 18 months, returning home approximately a week before his death. His army training was taken at Camp Barkely, TX, Camp Gruber, OK, and in mid-summer, he reported for foreign service on the Aleutians, from which area he returned the early part of October. Funeral services were conducted at the Methodist Church, Tuesday afternoon, October 30, by Dr. C. N. Sharpe, Chaplain, U. S. Navy, assisted by the pastor, Rev. Thorton Fowler. Interment was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Besides his wife and parents, he is survived by a son, Henry Frank Carlen, Jr., one sister, Mrs. Philip Webb, and a brother, James Carlen, all of Cookeville. His grandmother, Mrs. J. A. Carlen, and his stepgrandmother, Mrs. Josie Lee Richmond, also survive. Active pallbearers were: A. G. Maxwell, Jr., Dr. Everett Derryberry, W. K. Crawford, H. H. Clark, Wendell Johnson, Fowler Clark, Aubrey Johnson, and P. V. Overall. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 1 November 1945.

Name: Henry Frank Carlen Death Date: 29 Oct 1945 Death Place: Cookeville, Putnam, Tennessee Gender: Male

Marital Status: Married Race or Color: White Age: 38 Birth Date: 06 Jul 1907 Birth Place: Putnam, Tenn Spouse: Jesse Lee Carlen Father: Walter Raleigh Carlen Father's Birth Place: Putnam, Tenn Mother: Fannie Moore Richmond Mother's Birth Place: Jackson, Tenn Occupation: Druggist Asst.Drugstore Residence: Cookeville, Putnam, Tenn Cemetery: Cookeville Burial Place: Cookeville, Tenn Burial Date: 30 Oct 1945 Collection: Tennessee, Death Records, 1914-1955

James Anthony Carlen Obt. b. 24 May 1854, Rock Springs, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 8 March 1938, Putnam Co., TN, md Minerva Tennessee (Huddleston) Carlen, b. 9 January 1859, TN- d. 2 October 1947, TN, d/o Isaac Alexander Huddleston & Besty Elizabeth Carr/Kerr. James Anthony Carlen, s/o William Bernard Carlen (18241901) & Sarah Caroline " Sally"Holladay (1824-1866). James A. Carlen was a prominent Democrat and held office of Circuit Court clerk for twelve years. (Children of James Anthony Carlen & Minerva Tennesse Huddleston are: Walter Raleigh Carlen md Frances " Fannie"Richmond; Alice Gertrude Carlen md Verres Edgar Bockman; Jesse Hubert Carlen md Ethel Ray; Alfred Algood Carlen md Elizabeth Reams Cox; Virginia Addeville " Addie"Carlen md Frank Eugene Collier; Charlie Herman Carlen md Mamie " Mary" Hunter & William Benton Carlen Sr. md Frances " Fanalou"" Fanny"Lucinda Whitson). *See Alfred Algood Carlen Obt. *See Charles Herman Carlen Obt. *See Frank Eugene Collier buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Minerva Tennessee (Huddleston) Carlen Obt. *See Virginia Addeville "Addie" (Carlen) Collier Obt. *See Jesse Herbert Carlen Obt. *See Serena (Carlen) Pickard buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Verres Edgar Bockman buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. J. A. Carlen, One Of City' Oldest Citizens, Dies ­Funeral Services Held At Methodist Church Yesterdays Fomer Circuit Clerk: James A. Carlen, 84, merchant and former county official, and one of Cookeville' oldest citizens died at s his home here Tuesday afternoon following a long illness. Funeral services were held at 3 o' clock yesterday afternoon at the Methodist church, conducted by the Rev. Dean Stroud, and the Rev. Dow Ensor. Burial was in the City Cemetery. Mr. Carlen was the son of the late William B. Carlen, a captain in the Confederate Army, and was born and reared in the Buffalo Valley section of this county. He was the last member of a large family, his sister, Mrs. Fain Pickard having preceded him in death two months ago. He moved to Cookeville early in life and has lived here for fifty-five years. In 1882 he was elected to the office of Circuit Court Clerk of Putnam county and served in that office four terms. He was an alderman here for many years and served on the City Board of Education.

Mr. Carlen was one of the best known and most highly esteemed citizens of Cookeville. He was a member of the Cookeville Bar Association, but never actively practiced law, devoting his time to the merchantile business here. He was a leader in the affairs of the Democratic party in this section. Sixty years ago, he was marred to Minerva Huddleston, who survives him. He was a member of the Methodist church and a Mason. Besides his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Frank Collier; five sons, Walter R. Carlen, Putnam County Clerk and Master, A. A. Carlen, assistant cashier of the Citizens Bank here, Herman Carlen, assistant postmaster, J. H. Carlen, insurance agent, and Benton Carlen, automobile dealer, twelve grandchildren and six great grandchildren, all of Cookeville. One daughter, Mrs. Alice Bockman died in 1936. Mr. Carlen' four grandsons, James Carlen, Henry Frank Carlen, Eugene, Collier, Billie Benton Carlen, and s Phillip Webb, husband of a granddaughter, served as actibe pallbearers. The honorary pall bearers were the entire membership of the Cookeville Bar and a large number of personally and prominent friends throughtout this section and the state. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville TN: 10 March 1938. Source: A History of Putnam County Tennessee by Walter S. McClain, pg. 148: James A. Carlen, born in the 11th Civil district in 1854 1854. Married Miss Minerva Huddleston, in 1878. Engaged in farming until he moved to Cookeville in 1880. Is a prominent Democrat and held the office of Circuit and Criminal Court Clerk for twelve years. He is a Methodist and a Mason. (1870 census 11th Civil Dist., Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 32 ­ W. B. Carlen is head of household, 46 yrs., TN md Sarah, 50 yrs.old, TN. Children: Surena M., 18 yrs. old; James A., 16 yrs. old & Emma E., 14 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: James Marrow, 21 yrs. old, TN. Newton Fox, 20 yrs. old, TN). Census Place: 1880 District 11, Putnam Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 167B Dwl: 83 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace James A. CARLIN Self M M W 26 TN Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN Manerva CARLIN Wife F M W 21 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: VA Mo: TN Walter CARLIN Son M S W 1 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN (1900 census 1st Civil Dist. Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 466 ­James A. Carlen is head of household, 45 yrs. old, b. May 1854, TN, Occupation: Circuit Court Clerk, md 22 yrs. to Minerva T., 41 yrs. old, b. January 1859, TN, 7 children born, 7 children living. Children: Walter R., 21 yrs. old, b. February 1879, TN, Occupation: Deputy Clerk,; Alice G., 18 yrs. old, b. December 1881; Addie V., 16 yrs. old. b. June 1884; Algood A., 13 yrs. old, b. January 1887; Herbert J., 10 yrs. old, b. January 1890; Herman C., 7 yrs. old, b. August 1892 & Benton W. Carlen, 4 yrs. old, b. August 1895. All born in TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Broad St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 122­James A. Carlen is head of household, 53 yrs. old, TN, md 32 yrs. to Minerva T., 51 yrs. old, TN, 7 children born, 7 children living. Children: Algood A., 23 yrs. old; John H., 20 yrs. old; Charlie H., 17 yrs. old & William B. Carlen, 14 yrs. old. All born in TN).

(1930 census Cookeville Town East of Walnut St., Broadway, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 252-206218 - James A. Carlen is head of household, 75 yrs. old, TN, (24 yrs. old 1st marriage) md to Minerva, 69 yrs. old, TN (18 yrs. old 1st marriage). James Anthony " Jim"Carlen Jr. Obt. b. 21 February 1905, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 23 July 1984, Hilton Head, SC, md on the 27th of September 1932 to Amanda Roberta (Hill) Carlen, b. 24 July 1912 ­ d. 29 April 1987, d/o Bob Hill & Molly Evins. James Anthony Carlen Jr., s/o Walter Raleigh Carlen (1879-1972) & Frances "Fannie" Richmond (1882-1956). James Anthony Carlen Jr. was a manager, part owner and eventually President of the Coca Cola Bottling Company of Cookeville TN over a period of more that fifty years. *See Amanda Roberta (Hill) Carlen Obt. *See Frances " Fannie"Moore (Richmond) Carlen Obt. *See Walter Raleigh Carlen buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See James Anthony Carlen Story (SS Death Index: Name: J CARLEN Birth: 21 Feb 1905- Death: Jul 1984­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 408-10-9636, TN) (SS Death Index: Name: ROBERTA CARLEN Birth: 24 Jul 1912- Death: Apr 1987­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-74-9128, TN) James Anthony Carlen Jr., 79, a retired president and part owner of the Coca Cola Bottling Co. of Cookeville, and one of the most respected business leaders in the Upper Cumberland, died Monday in a Hilton Head, NC hospital. Services will be at 3:00 Wednesday at First United Methodist Church with burial in the Cookeville City Cemetery, the Revs. Maurice Moore and Lexie Freeman officiating. The boyd will lie in state at the church one hour before funeral time. A native of Putnam County, Mr. Carlen was the son of the late Water R. and Fanny Richman Carlen and the father of Jim Carlen of Columbia, SC, former head football coach at Texas Tec University and the University of South Carolina. Mr. Carlen attended TPI at Cookeville and was a gradurate of the University of Tennessee at Knox where he received a degree in civil engineering. He worked for a short time as an engineer with the Tennessee Electrical Power Co., which was acquired by the TVA, and later worked for the Coca Cola Bottling Co. where he was a former manager, part owner, and later president for many years. He retired after more than 55 yerars of service. He was a member of the board of governors of the Nation Coca Cola' Association and served for several s terms as its chairman. Mr. Carlen was a past president of several organizations including the Tennessee Bottlers Association, the Rotary Club, The Lions Club, the Chamber of Commerce and the Tenneessee Tech Athletic Foundation. He was a director of the Bank of Putnam County. He was a member of the board of trust of the Tennessee Tech College of Backsliders Sunday School Class at First United Methodist Church of Cookeville. He was also a former chairman of the official board at the church. Survivors also include his wife, Roberta Hill Carlen, another son, W. Hill Carlen, a sister, Mrs. Phillip Webb, all of Cookeville, and 5 grandchildren. Acting pallbearers will be Billy Carlen, Walter Whitson Carlen, Wendell Long, Frank Alexander, Brank McClean, Jim Fite, Dave Maddux, and Bill Johnson.

The family has requested that in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to the James A. Carlen Scholarship Fund at Tennessee Tech thru the Bank of Putnam County. Dispatch, TN: Wednesday, 25 July 1984. (1930 census Cookeville Town East of Walnut St., Broadway, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 252-206218 ­Walter R. Carlen is head of household, 51 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Clerk Chancery Court, (21 yrs. old 1st marriage) md to Fannie, 47 yrs. old, TN, (18 yrs. old 1st marriage). Children: James, 25 yrs. old & Henry Carlen, 23 yrs. old. All born in TN). Jesse/John Herbert Carlen Obt. b. 8 March 1890, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 2 January 1984, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 28th of October 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Mary Ethel (Ray) Carlen, b. 17 February 1890 ­d. 2 January 1984, Putnam Co., TN, d/o W. B. Ray. Jesse Herbert Carlen, s/o James Anthony Carlen & Minerva Tennesse Huddleston. *See James Anthony Carlen buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Mary Ethel (Ray) Carlen Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg, 188, #745: Herbert Carlen married 28 October 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Mary Ethel Ray). J. Herbert Carlen, 93, a prominent Cookeville civic and church leader and the retired owner of J. Carlen Insurance Company here, died yesterday at his home following a lenghty illness. Carlen' numerous contributions to his community included service on the Board of Trustees for the First s United Methodist Church and Treasurer of the church for more than 30 years. A lifetime member of the Brotherhood of the Methodist Church, he was also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Bank of Putnam County, of the Cherokee Insurance Co., of Nashville, and former president of the Lion' Club. s Services for Mr. Carlen were today at 11:00 in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Bro. Maurice Moore, Bro. Lexie Freeman, and Bo. James Reed Cox officiating. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. A Putnam county native, he was the son of the late J. A. and Minerva Huddleston Carlen. His wife of 62 years, the former Effie Ray of Monterey, died in 1975. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ray of Monterey. His family includes 2 daughters, Mrs. Frank Alexander of Cookeville; one brother, Herman Carlen, Cookeville; 2 grandchildren, F. Bradley Alexander, Nashville, and Mrs. Emily Barney, Cookeville; 2 grandchildren, Herbert Alexander Barney and Donald Matthew Barney, of Cookeville. Pallbearers were James, Hill, Jimmy, Walter Whitson, W. B., Jr., W. B. Carlen, II, David Maddux, all of Cookeville, W. T. Ray, Jack Ray of Monterey, Robert Scott, Signal T., Wendell Long, Knoxville, and Brank McLean, Shelbyville. Honorary pallbearers were members of the Brotherhood of the Methodist Church. Whitson Funeral Home was in charge. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Tuesday, 3 January 1994. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: James A. Carlen is head of household, 53 yrs. old, TN md to Minerva T., 51 yrs. old, TN, 7 children born, 7 children living. Children: Algood A., 23 yrs. old, Occupation: Lawyer General Practice; John H., 20 yrs. old; Charlie H., 17 yrs. old & William b. Carlen, 14 yrs. old. All born in TN).

Mamine (Hunter) Carlen Obt. b. 3 August 1899, Dry Valley, TN ­d. 12 June 1989, md on the 28th of November 1923, Putnam Co., TN to Charles Herman Carlen, b. 29 August 1892, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 19 February 1989, Putnam Co., TN, s/o James Anthony Carlen & Minerva Tennessee Huddleston. Mamine (Hunter) Carlen, d/o Rush Hunter & Myra Levena Watson. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 201, #266: Charlie Herman Carlen married 28 November 1923, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Minnie Hunter). Funeral services for Mamie Hunter Carlen, 89, will be tomorrow June 14 at 2:00 at First United Methodist Church. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Carlen died at home on Monday June 12, 1989 following a short illness. A native of Dry Valley, she was the daughter of the late Myra Levena Watson and Rush Hunter. Mrs. Carlen was a homemaker and a member of the First United Methodist Church. She was active in the Ladies Aid, Missionary Society, presently UMW, Susanna Wesley Class, Chapel Sunday School, and was an honorary member of the Executive Board. She was also active in the Sewing and Garden Club. Her family includes 3 sisters, Elizabeth Rice, Willie Rush Jewell, and Amy Lee Hair, all of Cookeville. She was preceded in death by her husband of 65 years, Herman Carlen; 2 sisters, Dimple Bohannon and twin sister, Minnie Johnson, and 1 brother, Arnold Watson Hunter. Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. Clarnece Jones, Jr., Clarence Lee Jones, III, Walter Keith Crawford, Jr., Walt Crawford, III, Jasper Johnson, Dan Bohannon, Walter Hill Carlen, Walter Whit Carlen, Billy Carlen, Brank McLean, Frank Alexander, Dave Maddux, and Wendell Long. The family will receive friends today June 13 from 3:30-9 at Whitson Funeral Home. Rev. Randall Ganus and Rev. Lexie Freeman will officiate at the services. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Tuesday, 13 June 1989. Mary Ethel (Ray) Carlen Obt. b. 17 February 1890 ­d. 2 January 1984, Putnam Co., TN md on the 28th of October 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Jesse Herbert Carlen, b. 8 March 1890, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 2 January 1984, Putnam Co., TN, s/o James Anthony Carlen & Minerva Tennesse Huddleston. Mary Ethel (Ray) Carlen, d/o W. B. Ray. *See Jesse/John Herbert Carlen Obt. Mrs. J. Herbert Carlen, nee Ethel Ray, died Monday May 19 at 8:45 p.m. at her home on 568 E. Broad St., Cookeville, TN. Mrs. Carlen was born on February 17, 1890 and was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ray of Monterey, TN. She received her BA degree from Boscobel College in Nashville, majoring in piano and voice and continued her post graduate work in music at Ward-Belmont in Nashville. She is survived by her husband, Mr. J. Herbert Carlen and 2 daughters, Mrs. Frank Alexander of Cookeville, and Mrs. W. Ralph Lawrence of Kerrville, TX. Mr. and Mrs. Carlen clebrated their 61st wedding anniversary on October 28, 1974. Mrs. Carlen was soloist and choir director of the Methodist Church for many years, having sung her first solo in church in 1913, the year she and Mr. Carlen were married. She has served as president of the following: Cookeville Music Club, the Womans Society of Christian Servant of the church, Tennessee Federation of Music Clubs, Ladies Aid of the Methodist Church, and was

also crowed Queen Mother of the church. Among her many interest, Mrs. Carlen was know for her beautiful flower gardens for which she was well loved. Other survivors are 2 sons-in-law, Frank Alexander, W. Ralph Lawrence, Jr.; 2 grandchildren, F. Bradley Alexander of Nashville, and Emily Barney of Murfreesboro; a brother, W. T. Ray of Monterey; 2 sisters, Miss Sally Maud Ray of Monterey, and Mrs. Christine Ray Horn of Rome, GA, Mrs. Carlen' funeral was s held at the First United Methodist Church, Wednesday afternoon May 21 at 2:00 with Rev. Roy West and Rev. Thorton Fowler officitating. Acting pallbearers: James Carlen, W. B. Carlen, Jr., Walter W. Carlen, W. Hill Carlen, Robert Scott, W. T. Ray, Jr., Jack P. Ray, Phillip Carlen Webb, Wendell Long, Brank McClain, Dave Maddux, Frank Collier. Honorary pallbearers: The Ladies Aid Society, and Women' Society of the Methodist Church. s Whitson Funeral Home handled the funeral arrangements. Dispatch, Cookeville, TN: 22 May 1975. Minerva Tennessee (Huddleston) Carlen Obt. b. 9 January 1859, TN- d. 2 October 1947, TN , md James Anthony Carlen, b. 24 May 1854, Rock Springs, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 8 March 1938, Putnam Co., TN, s/o William Bernard Carlen & Sarah Caroline " Sally" Holladay. Minerva Tennessee (Huddleston) Carlen, d/o Isaac Alexander Huddleston & Besty Elizabeth Carr/Kerr. *See James Anthony Carlen Obt. " Mammy" Carlen died at 11:30 this morning at her home at Broad and Dixie. Known affectionately as " Mammy"throughout the Upper Cumberland section of the state, she was the wife of James A. Carlen I. She was the former Miss Minerva Tennessee Huddleston, daughter of the late Isaac and Elizzabeth Carr Huddleston pioneer settlers of the Rock Springs section of Putnam County. Mrs. Carlen came to Cookeville 65 years ago with her husband and 2 children when he was appointed a deputy sheriff. Later he was elected circuit and criminal court clerk, a position he held for 12 years. One of the well-known characteristics of " Mammy"Carlen was to joke about her age, never telling it and clinging seriously to the idea that people are never older than they feel. She was however one of Cookeville' oldest residents. s A member of the Methodist Church, Mrs. Carlen took an active part and it is said that she never missed a service until she broke her hip while getting ready to go to a prayer meeting. She outlived 18 brothers and sisters. Funeral services will be held at 3:30 Friday afternoon at the Cookeville Methodist Church by the Rev. Thornton Fowler and the Rev. Dow Ensor. Burial will be in Cookeville Cemetery. Survivors include 5 sons, W. R., Algood, Herbert, Herman, and Benton Carlen; 1 daughter, Mrs. Frank Collier, all of Cookeville; 11 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. Putnam County Herald, TN: Thursday, 2 October 1947, front page. Walter Raleigh Carlen b. 23 February 1879, Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 1972, s/o James Anthony Carlen & Minerva Tennessee Huddleston. Walter Raleigh Carlen md on the 16th of September 1900, Putnam Co., TN to Frances " Fannie"Moore (Richmond) Carlen, b. 8 September 1882, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 14 October 1956, TN, d/o d/o Joseph Frank Richmond & Ova Moore. (Children of Walter Raleigh Carlen & Frances " Fannie" Richmond are: Virginia Richmond Carlen md Phillip " Bunk" Norman Webb; James Anthony Carlen II md

Amanda Roberta Hill; Henry Frank " Skinny"Carlen md Jessie Lee Cameron & Walter Rhea Carlen). *See Frances " Fannie"Moore (Richmond) Carlen Obt. *See James Anthony Carlen buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Henry Frank " Skinny"Carlen Obt. *See Walter Rhea Carlen Obt. *See Phillip Norman Webb buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 56: W. R. Carlen married 16 September 1900, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Fannie Richmond). Walter R. Carlen was born in Buffalo Valley on February 23, 1879. He attended the public school and the Cookeville Collegiate Institute, later taking a business course. He was married to Miss Fannie Richmond, September 16, 1900. Mr. Carlen began his business career in the Bank of Cookeville. He has been Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court for 20 years, and is a public accountant of recognized ability. He is Vice-President of the Citizens Bank of Cookeville, and is interested in numerous other interprises. He is chairman of the Election Commission for Putnam County and is an active Democrat. He is a member of the Methodist Church. Herald, Cookeville, TN: 16 November 1933 ­Bio Sketches by Quimby Dyer. Source: A History of Putnam County Tennessee by Walter S. McClain, pg. 140: Walter Raleigh Carlen, born in Buffalo Valley, February 23, 1879. Educated in the Cookeville schools. Married Miss Fannie Richmond, September 16, 1900. He has been Clerk and Master for eleven years. Vice-President Citizens Bank and Coca-Cola Bottling works. Mr. Carlen is one of the leading Democrats of this section, member of the Methodist Church and an Odd Fellow. (1900 census 1st Civil Dist. Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 466 ­James A. Carlen is head of household, 45 yrs. old, b. May 1854, TN, Occupation: Circuit Court Clerk, md 22 yrs. to Minerva T., 41 yrs. old, b. January 1859, TN, 7 children born, 7 children living. Children: Walter R., 21 yrs. old, b. February 1879, TN, Occupation: Deputy Clerk,; Alice G., 18 yrs. old, b. December 1881; Addie V., 16 yrs. old. b. June 1884; Algood A., 13 yrs. old, b. January 1887; Herbert J., 10 yrs. old, b. January 1890; Herman C., 7 yrs. old, b. August 1892 & Benton W. Carlen, 4 yrs. old, b. August 1895. All born in TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 125 - Walter R. Carlen is head of household, 31 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Cashier Bank, md 9 yrs. to Fannie, 29 yrs. old, 29 yrs. old, TN. Children: Virginia, 7 yrs. old; James A., 5 yrs. old; Henry F., 2 yrs. old & Walter A. Carlen, 1/12 yrs.old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Dana Johnson, servant, F Mu, 22 yrs. old, TN, widow, 2 children born, 2 children living). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Broad St., Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Family 285 ­Walter R. Carlen is head of household,40 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Chancery Clerk, Chancery Court, md to Fannie, 37 yrs. old, TN. Children: Virginia, 17 yrs. old; James A. Jr., 15 yrs. old; Henry, 12 yrs. old & Walter R. Carlen, 9 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1930 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town East of Walnut St., Broadway, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 252-206-218: Walter R. Carlen is head of household, 51 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Clerk Chancery Court, (21 yrs. old 1st marriage) md to Fannie, 47 yrs. old, TN, (18 yrs. old 1st marriage). Children: James, 25 yrs. old & Henry Carlen, 23 yrs. old. All born in TN). Walter Rhea Carlen Obt. b. 6 March 1910, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 3 April 1927, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Walter Raleigh Carlen & Frances " Fannie"Richmond. *See Frances " Fannie"Moore (Richmond) Carlen Obt. *See Walter Raleigh Carlen buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

Funeral services for Walter Ray Carlen, who died Sunday morning at Howard Hospital were held Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church. Dr. Jarvis, presiding elder of Cookeville district, and Rev. M. Woods, Walter Ray' pastor, conducted the funeral services which were well attended by friends and relatives that s filled the church to overflowing. Burial services followed at the City Cemetery. Walter Ray, who was the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ray Carlen, was born March 6, 1910 being 17 years of age when the Heavenly Father called him home to rest after suffering with typhoid and heart trouble. Although he passed through a great deal of suffering, he maintained his cheerfulness after all to the end and gave an example of fortitude and seetness if spirity that touched all who knew him. No death has ever occurred in Cookeville that brough grief to the many hearts as the passing of this dear boy in the days of his youth. The boys of the class, the basketball team, and the crowd of boys that he loved each other tenderly are saddened by his going. Floral designs in great number filled the room where he lay in his white casket waiting to be carried to his last resting place to await the coming of Jesus. Surviving are parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carlen; 1 sister, Miss Virginia Carlen; 2 brothers, James and Henry; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James Carlen, Mrs. Frank Richmond; uncles, Col. H. H. Richmond of WY, Maj. Frank Richmond of Leavenworth; Herberth, Algood, Herman, and Benton Carlen of this city. Honorary pallbearers: Classmates, member of the girls basketball team, Moder Woodmen, and family and friends. Active pallbearers, Fowler Clark, James Greer, Paul Haile, Estell Wall, Paul Thompson, Clifford Caruthers, Tom Newell, Mackie Shanks, Hubert Bush, Joe Greenwood, Robert Johnson, Charles Reagan, Pat Cornwell & George Womack. Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 7 April 1927, front page. William Benton Carlen Jr. Obt. b. 9 March 1921, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 13 October 1995, Sandestin, FL, md 1st on the 3rd of December 1942, AL to Cathreen (Osment) Carlen, (Div. 1977), d/o Judge and Mrs. Horace Osment. ­ md 2nd on the 29th of September 1979, Atlanta, Fulton, GA to Margaret (Houser) Carlen. William Benton Carlen Jr., s/o William Benton Carlen Sr. & Fannie Lou (Whitson) Carlen. *See William Benton Carlen Sr. Obt. COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for William Benton Carlen Jr., 74, of Cookeville will be held Tuesday, October 17, at 11 a.m. in the Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Carlen died Friday, October 13, 1995, in Sandestin, FL, following a long illness with scleroderma. A native of Cookeville, he was born March 9, 1921, to the late William Benton Carlen Sr. and Fanalou Whitson Carlen. Mr. Carlen' education was acquired at Cookeville Central High and he graduated s from Vanderbilt University, lettering in football and track. He served as president of the Junior Class and participated in several extra curricular activities. He was an active member of the Lions Club and the Commodore Club. He served on the Boards of First Tennessee Bank, American Cancer Society, Friends of the TTU Library, was past president and one of the organizers of the United Givers Fund, original chairman of the Red Cross Blood Bank, past president of Middle Tennessee Auto Club, past member of Vanderbilt Alumni Board, served 12 years on Vanderbilt Living Endowment Board, past member of Middle Tennessee Boy Scouts of America Executive Council, served 12 years as Putnam County District Chairman Boyd Scouts of America, holder of Long Rifle and Silver Beaver, and was an Eagle Scout.

Mr. Carlen was past president of First National Bank of Cookeville, past vice-president Tennessee Bankers Association, and most recently a partner in Carlen Insurance Company in Cookeville. He belonged to the Cookeville Golf and Country Club of Atlanta and Sandestin Owners Club. He served in the Army Corp of Engineers for three and one half years during World War II, serving overseas in Philippines. Mr. Carlen was a member of the Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ, serving as a deacon for many years. His family includes his wife, Margaret Houser Carlen; one son and daughter-in-law, William Benton Carlen III and Linda Crafton Carlen; one daughter and son-in-law, Laura Catherine Carlen and Roger Johnson; one sister, Francis Jereldine Long; one brother, Walter Whitson Carlen; one grandson, William Benton Carlen IV; one granddaughter, Laura Carlen Johnson; and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers will be Frank Bradley Alexander, Henry S. Brown, Henry Frank Carlen, James Anthony Carlen III, Walter Hill Carlen, Walter Whitson Carlen Jr., William Benton Carlen IV, Robert Cox, Lawrence William Hester, James Ford Little, Wendell Jackson Long Jr., Robert Witherspoon Lowe Jr., David Carlen Maddux, Robert Algood Maddux, and Jere Beauregard Whitson. The Lions Club will serve as honorary pallbearers. Memorial contributions may be made to the Boy Scouts of America, Middle Tennessee Council, 3414 Hillsboro Road, Nashville, TN 37215, United Scleroderma Foundation, Knoxville Chapter, 304 Boundary Lane, Knoxville, TN 37922 or American Cancer Society, 1234 East Hudgens Street, Cookeville, TN 38501. The family will receive friends today, October 16, from 3-5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. at Whitson Funeral Home. Bro Glen McDoniel will officiate at the services. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 16 October 1995 Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 30 August 1945 T/5 William B. Carlen, Jr., serving with the Pluto Mapping Division, U. S. Engineers, is now stationed in Manila, where he has been since August 1. Prior to leaving the States he was stationed in Portland, OR. Mrs. Carlen, who has been with her parents, Judge and Mrs. Horace Osment, in Nashville since returning from Poetland in the early summer, is here for a visit with her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Carlen. William Benton Carlen Sr. Obt. b. 28 August 1895, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 9 November 1979, Cookeville, TN, md on the 23rd of December 1919, Putnam Co., TN to Fannie Loucinda " Lou" (Whitson) Carlen, d/o Jeremiah "Jere" Whitson & Parizetta Frances Terry. William Benton Carlen Sr., s/o James Anthony Carlen & Minerva Tennessee Huddleston. *See William Benton Carlen Jr. buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See James Anthony Carlen Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 547, #2163: William Benton Carlen married 23 December 1919, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Frances Loucinda Whitson). W. B. Carlen Sr., prominent Cookeville businessman and former chairman of the board of 1 st Tennessee Bank, died early today at Cookeville General Hospital. Funeral services are scheduled for 11:00 Saturday November 10 in the Chapel of Whitson Funeral Home.

Carlen, 84, whose home was at 412 N. Dixie Ave., has been associated with 1st Tennessee (formerly 1st National Bank) as a shareholder and director for some 35 years. He also served for many years as president of Cookeville Federal Saving and Loan and was the founder of Carlen Motors Inc. He was a retired Capt. in the U.S. Army and a veteran of WWI. A native of Putnam County, he was the son of the late James Anthony and Minerva Tennessee Huddleston Carlen. Survivors include his widow, Fannie Lou Whitson Carlen of Cookeville; 2 sons, Walter Whitson Carlen and William Benton Carlen Jr., both of Cookeville; a daughter, Frances Jeraldine Carlen Long of Knoxville; 2 brothers, J. Herbert Carlen and Herman Carlen, Cookeville; 6 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Bro. Glen McDoniel will officiate during the services tomorrow, and burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Visitation will be held today after 6:00. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 9 November 1979, front page (1930 census, Cookeville Town East of Walnut St., Dixie Ave., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 308-105-109 ­ Benton Carlen is head of household, 34 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Dealer Car, (24 yrs. old 1st marriage) md to Fannie L., 32 yrs. old, TN (22 yrs. old 1st marriage). Children: Billie, 9 yrs. old, TN & Frances Carlen, 2 11/12 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Audra Wilmoth, housekeeper, 19 yrs. old, TN). James F. Carmack b. 1894, TN ­ d. 30 October 1941, (Tenn Pvt. 1 CL 60 Regt. CAC), md Alma Eugena (unknown) Carmack, b. 26 August 1895 ­d. 30 August 1961. James F. Carmack, s/o Henry & Minnie B. Carmack. (1910 census 19th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 191 ­Henry Carmack is head of household, 37 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Finisher Spoke Mfg. Co., md 20 yrs. to Minnie B., 35 yrs. old, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: James F., 16 yrs. old; Walter C., 14 yrs. old; May C., 15 yrs. old; Charlie F., 9 yrs. old & Henry M. Carmack, 7 yrs. old. All born in TN). George W. Carmack b. 15 August 1875, TN ­ d. 10 January 1952, md on the 23rd of April 1902, Overton Co., TN to Mary (Smith) Carmack, b. 28 January 1882, TN ­d. 4 August 1971. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Overton Co., TN, pg. 187: G. W. Carmack married 23 April 1902, Overton Co., TN to Miss Mary R. Smith). (1910 census 3rd Civil Dist., Overton Co., TN: Dwl: 71 ­George W. Carmack is head of household, 34 yrs. old, TN, md 7 yrs. to Mary, 28 yrs. old, 3 children born, 3 children living. Children: Villie (sp), dau., 6 yrs. old; Vadus W., 4 yrs. old & Ray A. Carmack, 1 yr. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: William Smith, brother-in-law, 15 yrs. old, TN & Lotes (sp) Smith, sister-in-law, 13 yrs. old, TN). Mary Elizabeth (Farley) Kelly Carmack b. 21 October 1955 ­d. 11 May 1991, d/o Willie K. Farley Sr. & Stella Rich. (Inscribed on tombstone: Daughter of Willie, Stella Farley ­Sister of Charles Farley). *See Willie K. Farley Sr. Obt. *See Willie K. Farley Jr. Obt. Vadus W. Carmack b. ca. 1906 ­d. 3 August 1985, (Sgt. US Army WWII), s/o George W. Carmack & Mary Smith. *See George W. Carmack buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

(1910 census 3rd Civil Dist., Overton Co., TN: Dwl: 71 ­George W. Carmack is head of household, 34 yrs. old, TN, md 7 yrs. to Mary, 28 yrs. old, 3 children born, 3 children living. Children: Villie (sp), dau., 6 yrs. old; Vadus W., 4 yrs. old & Ray A. Carmack, 1 yr. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: William Smith, brother-in-law, 15 yrs. old, TN & Lotes (sp) Smith, sister-in-law, 13 yrs. old, TN). Alice B. Carnahan b. 30 October 1885 ­d. 26 August 1958. Albert Allen Carr Obt. b. 8 June 1897, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 26 May 1955, Nashville, TN, (Tenn Pvt. 146 Aero Sq WWI), s/o Sidney " Sid"Franklin Carr & Laura Ann Burton. *See Sidney " Sid"Franklin Carr Obt. *See Shelton Carr buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Vada Mai (Carr) Maddux Obt. Funeral services for Albert A. Carr, 58, who died unexpectedly Thursday morning in Nashville, were conducted Friday morning at 10:00 at Whitson Funeral Home with Dr. Bruce Strother officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Carr was a native of Putnam County. Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Alta Campion and Mrs. H. Letcher (Dimple) Grigg, Nashville, and Mrs. Henry Grady (Vada Mai) Maddux, Cookeville; two brothers, Shelton Carr, Nashville, and Joe C. Carr, Nashville, former Secretary of of State. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 30 May 1955. Albert Allen Carr Obt. #2 Albert Allen Carr, 57, native of Cookeville and WWI veteran, died unexpectedly of a heart attack at 1:30 a.m. today while visiting relatives here. He was a brother of Joe C. Carr, potentate of Al Menah Shrine Temple and former Secretary of State. The body will be taken this afternoon to Whitson Funeral Home, Cookeville, where services will be conducted at 10:00 Friday by the Rev. Bruce Strother. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. He served in France with the 142nd Aero Squadron during WWI. Mr. Carr was a painter-contactor before his retirement about 10 years ago. He had resided at Mountain Home, and came to Nashville about 2 weeks ago. He was a Methodist. Survivors include another brother, Shelton S. Carr of Nashville and 3 sisters, Mrs. H. L. Grigg and Mrs. Alta Campion of Nashville, and Mrs. H. G. Maddux of Cookeville. Pallbearers will be Alf Rutherford, Jim Watts Moore, Sid Maddus, Fred Maddux, Alec Burton, Rob Ditty, Maurice Burton, and Jim Burton. Banner, TN: Thursday, 26 May 1955, pg. 47. (1900 census 9th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 190 ­Syd F. Carr is head of household, 31 yrs. old, b. July 1868, TN md 8 yrs. to Laura A., 34 yrs. old, b. January 1866, TN, 4 children born, 3 children living. Children: Vada M., 7 yrs. old, b. December 1892; Allen A., 2 yrs. old, b. June 1897 & Dimple Carr, 3/12 yrs. old, b. February 1900. All born in TN).

(1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Walnut St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 341/357 ­Sid F. Carr is head of household, 38 yrs. old, Occupation: Registar, Putnam Co., TN, md 17 yrs. to Laura, 45 yrs. old, TN, 6 children born, 5 children living. Children: Vada, 16 yrs. old; Albert, 12 yrs. old; Dimple, 10 yrs. old; Altie, 7 yrs. old & Joe Carr, 3 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: John Burton, boarder, 50 yrs. old, TN). Arah Carr Obt. b. 3 June 1912, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 4 July 1994, Cookeville, TN, never married. Arah Carr, d/o Wesley Carr & Ina Belle Helms. *See Joe " Buster"Carr Obt. *See Ina Belle (Helms) Carr Obt. *See John Wesley Carr Obt. *See Minnie Frances Carr Obt. (1920 census 11th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN; Dwl: 59 ­Wesley Carr is head of household, 33 yrs. old, TN md to Ina Belle, 25 yrs. old, TN. Children: Minnie, 8 yrs. old; Ira, 7 yrs. old; Joe, 5 yrs. old & Ora Carr, 3 10/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Arah Carr, 82, of Silver Point will be held Thursday, July 7, at 10 a.m. in the Cookeville Chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Miss Carr died Monday, July 4, 1994, in Cookeville Manor Nursing Home. A native of Putnam County, she was born June 3, 1912, to the late Wesley and Ina Belle Helms Carr. Her family includes one sister and brother-in-law, Ora and Floyd Adams, and one brother, Joe Carr, all of Silver Point, TN. In addition to her parents, Miss Carr was preceded in death by a sister, Minnie Carr. Friends will serve as active pallbearers. The family will receive friends after 6 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Rev. Tom Smith will officiate at the services. Services 10 a.m. today, Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home. Survivors: sister, Ora Adams; brother, Joe Carr both of Silver Point. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 7 July 1994 Benton M. Carr b. 14 March 1886, TN ­ d. 12 December 1952, md on the 14th of September 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Martha (Lewis) Carr, b. 30 March 1896, TN ­ d. 28 December 1975, d/o Crawford Petway Lewis & Laura Quarles. Benton M. Carr, s/o Paris & Norma Carr. *See Crawford Petway Lewis buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 177, #703: Mt. B. M. Carr married 14 September 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Martha Lewis. By whom married: Chester Patton). (1900 census, 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 66 ­Paris Carr is head of household, 53 yrs. old, b. January 1847, TN md 14 yrs. to Norma, 37 yrs. old, b. June 1863, TN, 1 child born, 1 child living. Child: Benton M. Carr, 14 yrs. old, b. March 1886, TN). (1910 census, 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 27 ­Paris Carr is head of household, 63 yrs. old, TN md 8 yrs. to Martha A., 51 yrs. old, 0 children born. Benton M. Carr, son, 23 yrs. old, TN).

(1910 census, 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co. TN: Dwl: 83 ­Crawford P. Lewis is head of household, 45 yrs. old, TN M2 , md 9 yrs. to Florra T., 30 yrs. old, TN, 1 child born, 1 child living. Child: Charley P. 17 yrs. old; Martha C., 14 yrs. old & Henry V. Lewis, 2 yrs. old. All born in TN) (1920 census, 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 449 - Benton M. Carr is head of household, 34 yrs. old, TN md to Martha, 24 yrs. old, TN). Frank Carr b. 1872, TN ­d. 1948 md Ollie (unknown) Carr, b. 1878, TN ­d. 7 January 1936, TN. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 100: Frank Carr married 19 September 1901, Putnam Co., TN to Ollie Patie. (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Fourth St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 167-194 ­ Frank Carr is head of household, 52 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Carpenter House, md to Ollie, 43 yrs. old, TN. Children: Floyd, 17 yrs. old, Occupation: Laborer Auto Works; Dow, 15 yrs. old; Shelah, 13 yrs. old & Opal Carr, 10 yrs. old. All born in TN). George Washington Carr b. 7 May 1878, TN ­ d. 11 March 1952. His grandson Robert Carr of Warren, MI states that George Washington Carr helped build Tennessee Tech in 1917. He states that George W. Carr is the son of Elijah Watson Carr, s/o Jonathan & Martha Carr of White Co., TN. Eligah Watson Carr md Elizabeth F. (Harrison) Carr. Robert Carr is the son of Staley Carr (1915-1993) that lived in Warren, MI. Robert Carr also lives in Warren, MI. George W. Carr md on the 25th of October 1914, Putnam Co., TN to Lillie Belle Haile Kirby. Staley Carr, b. 3 September 1915, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN - d. 1993, Saginaw, MI is the son of George Washington Carr & Lillie Belle Haile Kirby. *See Settie Carr (1868-1951) Obt. *See Maud Carr (1885-1910) buried in Cookeville City Cemetery (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: G. W. Carr married 25 October 1914, Putnam Co., TN to Mrs. Lillie Kirby. By whom married: W. B. Gentry). (1860 census 12th Dist., Sparta post office, White Co., TN ­Dwl: 1418 ­Family: 1403 ­Martha Carr is head of household, 53 yrs. old, NC. Children: Thomas, 25 yrs. old: occupation: wagon maker; Mary, 19 yrs. old; William, 16 yrs. old: occupation: farmer; Narcissa, 10 yrs. old & Lafayette 3/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1860 census 13th Dist., Clarktown, White Co., TN ­Dwl: 1445 ­Family: 1430 ­J.)onathon R.)edmond Carr is head of household, 26 yrs. old, TN: occupation: wagon maker, Jane Carr, 33 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Clementine Williams, 11 yrs. old, TN). (1870 census 12th Dist., White Co., TN ­Dwl: 98 ­Family: 99 ­J.)onathon R.)edmond Carr is head of household, 26 yrs. old, TN: occupation: work in Smith shop, Jane Carr, 42 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Ann Williams, 22 yrs. old, TN, housekeeper & N. J. Williams, 3/12, TN). (1870 census Glasgow Pct, Barren Co., KY ­Dwl: 60 Family: 58 ­Elijah W. Carr is head of household, 32 yrs. old, TN, occupation: shoe maker, md to Elizabeth, 24 yrs. old, TN. Children: Harriet N., 5 yrs. old, TN; Nancy J., 3 yrs. old, TN & William T. Carr, 1 yr. old, KY). Census Place: 1880 District 13, Jackson Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255264 National Archives Film T9-1264

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Dwl: 69 Family: 71 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace E. W. CARR Self M M W 42 TN Occ: Blacksmith Fa: TN Mo: TN (Eligah Watson Carr md Elizabeth F. Harrison) E. F. CARR Wife F M W 34 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN H. N. CARR Dau F S W 14 TN Occ: Helps Keep House Fa: TN Mo: TN N. P. CARR Dau F S W 12 TN Occ: Stays In House Fa: TN Mo: TN W. F. CARR Son M S W 9 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Eliza CARR Dau F S W 6 KY Fa: TN Mo: TN J. R. CARR Son M S W 5 KY Fa: TN Mo: TN (Jonathon Redmond Carr) G. W. CARR Son M S W 2 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN (George Washington Carr md Lillie Belle Haile Kirby) (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN ­ Dwl: 293 ­Elijah W. Carr is head of household, 63 yrs. old, b. December 1836, TN, (parents both born in TN) occupation: Blacksmith, md 36 yrs. to Elizabeth, 55 yrs. old, b. May 1845, KY, (parents both born in TN) 9 children born, 6 children living. Children: Settie W., 27 yrs. old, TN, b. February 1873; George W., 20 yrs. old, b. May 1880; Maggie, 16 yrs. old, b. February 1884 & Hardin Carr, 11 yrs. old, b. May 1889, TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Stewart Street, Putnam Co., TN- Dwl: 200 ­George W. Carr is head of household, 31 yrs. old, TN M2, occupation: Laysman in a handle factory, md 2 yrs. to Vina M., 23 yrs. old, TN, one daughter: Vallie M. Carr, 7 yrs. old, TN. Also living in the household: Settie Carr, sister, 36 yrs. old, single, TN, occupation: Seamstress in a overall factory & Harden Carr, brother, 23 yrs. old, TN, widow, occupation: Sawyer, handle factory). (1920 census 1st Civil Dist., Oak Street, Putnam Co., TN ­Dwl: 122:94:112 ­George W. Carr is head of household, 41 yrs. old, TN, occupation: house carpenter, md to Lillie, 31 yrs. old, MO (father born in NC, mother born in TN). Living in the household: Herbert K. Kirby, stepson, 12 yrs. old, TN; May Kirby, stepdaughter, 8 yrs. old, TN & Staley Carr, son, 4 3/10 yrs. old, TN). Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN Alice Mackie, b. 22 January 1880 ­d; 8 December 1912 Bettie A. Mackie, b. 7 April 1857 ­d. 12 October 1902 Corder Mackie, b. 1862-1918 Settie Carr, b. 1868 ­d. 1951 (sister to George Washington Carr) George Washington Carr, b. 7 May 1878 ­d. 11 March 1952 Maud Carr, b. 23 September 1885 ­d. 26 November 1906, d/o P. G. & M. M. Carr. Hershell Carr b. 24 June 1903 ­ d. 11 April 1992, md on the 2nd of January 1929, Putnam Co., TN to Mary (Breeding) Carr, b. 11 February 1905 ­d. 8 December 1997, d/o Ruben Marley Breeding & Cynthia Ann Mills. *See Cynthia Ann (Mills) Breeding Obt. *See Ruben Marley Breeding buried in Cookeville City Cemetery.

(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 516, #4765: Herschel Carr married 2 January 1929, Putnam Co., TN to Mary Breeding). Homer Lee Carr Obt. b. 26 July 1909 ­d. 5 October 1929, s/o John Martin Carr & Minnie Montgomery. *See John Martin Carr Obt. To Re-Bury Body Of Homer Lee Carr: The body of Homer Lee Carr, who died here last October, and burial which took place in the Ray cemetery on the Smithville road, will be removed and placed in the new City Cemetery at 2 o' clock next Saturday afternoon. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Carr of Cookeville, Route 2, and is survived by his parents, six sister and two brothers. Re-burial services will be conducted by Jere Whitson Hardware Co., undertaking department. The Rev. Sam Edwards, pastor of the Cookeville Baptist Church, will hold prayer services at the grave. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 25 September 1930 Homer Carr b. -----, TN d. 5 Oct 1929 Age: 20y Father: John Carr, TN Mother: Minie Montgomery, TN Ray Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #25266, Putnam Co., TN Ina Belle (Helms) Carr Obt. b. 9 September 1891, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 1 September 1983, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 26th of June 1909, Putnam Co., TN to Wesley Carr, b. 9 January 1889, Putnam Co., TN - d. 9 June 1973, Putnam Co., TN, s/o John Wesley "Pap Lash" Carr & Amanda "Mandy" Oaks. Ina Belle (Helms) Carr, d/o Aden Helms & Sarah Catherine Sypert/Sipert/Sykes. *See Arah Carr Obt. *See Joe " Buster"Carr Obt. *See Minnie Frances Carr Obt. *See Wesley Carr buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, 516, #5110: Wesley Carr married 26 June 1909, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Ina B. Helms. By whom married: Walter Jones, Justice of the Peace). Services for Ina Bell Carr, 91, of Silver Point, were held at 2 p.m. Sunday from the Baxter Chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home with Rev. Henry Roberson officiating. Interment will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Carr, a native of Putnam County, died Thursday, September 1, at Cookeville General Hospital. She was the daughter of the late Abraham and Sarah Katherine Cyphers Helms, and was a native of Putnam County. She was the widow of Wesley Carr. Survivors include three daughters, Arah Carr, Minnie Carr, and Mrs. Ora Adams all of Silver Point; one son, Joe Carr also of Silver Point. The family will recive friends after 3 p.m. today at the funeral home.

Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Joe " Buster"Carr Obt. b. 9 December 1913, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 11 November 1994, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, never married. Joe Carr, s/o Wesley Carr & Ina Belle Helms. *See Arah Carr Obt. *See Ina Belle (Helms) Carr Obt. *See Minnie Frances Carr Obt. *See Wesley Carr buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. SILVER POINT ­ Funeral services for Joe Carr, 80, of Silver Point, will be held today, Sunday, November 13, at 1 p.m. in the Baxter Chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home with Brother Bryant Presley officiating. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Carr, a farmer, died Friday, November 11, 1994, in Cookeville Manor Nursing Home. He was born December 9, 1913, in Putnam County. He was the son of the late Wesley and Ina Belle Helms Carr. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Minnie Carr and Arah Carr. His family includes one sister and brother-in-law, Ora and Floyd Adams of Silver Point. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: Sunday, 13 November 1994 Joe " Buster"Carr Obt. #2 Joe Carr, 80, Route 1, Silver Point, Tennessee, a farmer, died Friday, Cookeville Manor Nursing Home. Services 1 p.m. today, Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home, Baxter, TN. Survivor: sister, Ora Adams, Silver Point. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: Sunday, 13 November 1994. (1920 census 11th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN; Dwl: 59 ­Wesley Carr is head of household, 33 yrs. old, TN md to Ina Belle, 25 yrs. old, TN. Children: Minnie, 8 yrs. old; Ira, 7 yrs. old; Joe, 5 yrs. old & Ora Carr, 3 10/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). John Dyer Carr Obt. b. 10 March 1918 ­d. 17 July 1970, s/o John Martin Carr & Minnie Montgomery. *See John Martin Carr Obt. *See Myrtle Margaret (Carr) Whaley Obt. Mr. John Dyer Carr, 52, died July 17, 1970 after a brief illness. Services were held Sunday July 19 at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Rev. Fowler Montgomery and Rev. J. H. Roberson officiated. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Survivors include one son, John Dyer Carr of Bowling Green, KY. One brother, Clay Carr, Cookeville, five sisters, Mrs. Arthur Finner, Winchester, Mrs. Gertrude Welch, Maryland, Mrs. Myrtle M. Whaley, Mrs. Hazel Hicks, Mrs. Gladys Phillips. All of Detroit, Michigan. The Dispatch, Cookeville, TN: 21 July 1970.

John Martin Carr Obt. b. 14 December 1860, TN ­ d. 26 July 1935, md on the 22nd of January 1901, White Co., TN to Minnie (Montgomery) Carr, b. 8 January 1876 ­d. 25 January 1954. John Martin Carr, s/o John Carr & Hailey Dyer. *See John Dyer Carr Obt. *See Homer Lee Carr Obt. *See Cora Ernestine McCrary buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Myrtle Margaret (Carr) Whaley Obt. Funeral services were held at the home of his daughter Mrs. Owen Elmore, here Sunday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. E. B. Wilcox. Mr. Carr died at the city hospital Friday following on illness of several weeks. Burial was in the City Cemetery. Mr. Carr is survived by his wife; five sons: Blain Carr of Alvard, Texas, Thomas Carr of Tuttle, Oklahoma, Christopher Carr of Syracuse, New York, Clay Carr of Detroit, Michigan, and Baxter Carr of Cookeville. Eight daughters, Mrs. J. O. Hatchett of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Mrs. Ollie Carr, Los Angeles, California, Mrs. E. A. McCrary; Mrs. Owen Elmore and Mrs. Roy Hicks of Cookeville; Mrs. Arthur Finney of Winchester, Mrs. Herbert C. Dickey and Mrs. C. A. Gibson of Washington D.C. Mr. Carr was a member of the Church of Christ. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 1 August 1935. Jim Martin Carr b. -----, TN d. 26 Jul 1935 Age: 75y 6m 29d Father: John Carr, TN Mother: Hailey Dyer, TN City Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #16018, Putnam Co., TN (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 363: J. M. Carr married 22 January 1901, White Co., TN to M. M. Montgomery. (1910 census 16th Civil Dist., Cookeville Rd., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 110 ­ John M. Carr is head of household, 51 yrs. old, TN, (M2) md 9 yrs. to Minnie, 33 yrs. old, TN, 9 children born, 6 children living. Children: Cora, 17 yrs. old; Henry C., 12 yrs. old; Ira, 10 yrs. old; Minnie M., 8 yrs. old; Golda H., 4 yrs. old & Homer Carr, 9/12, TN). (1920 census 16th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 44 ­John M. Carr is head of household, 65 yrs. old, TN. Living in the household: Clay Carr, son, 22 yrs. old, TN). John Wesley " Wes"Carr Obt. b. 9 January 1889, Putnam Co., TN - d. 9 June 1973, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 26th of June 1909, Putnam Co., TN to Ina Belle (Helms) Carr, b. 9 September 1891, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 1 September 1983, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Aden Helms & Sarah Catherine Sypert/Sipert/Sykes. John Wesley Carr, s/o John Wesley "Pap Lash" Carr & Amanda "Mandy" Oaks. *See Arah Carr Obt. *See Ina Belle (Helms) Carr Obt. *See Joe " Buster"Carr Obt. *See Minnie Frances Carr Obt. Children of Wesley & Ida Belle (Helms) Carr are: Joe " Buster"Carr (1913-1994) (never married); Arah Carr, (1912-1994) (never married); Minnie Frances Carr (1910-1991) (never married) & Ora Carr (1915-

1998) md Floyd Edward Adams (1922-1998). Floyd & Ora (Carr) Adams are buried in the Smellage Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Funeral services for Wesley Carr, 84, were conducted from the Chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home, Monday, June 11, 1973, with Rev. Ben Alexander, Pastor of the First United Methodist Church, officiating. Mr. Carr, a resident of the Buffalo Valley Community, died June 9, 1973. He was a retired farmer. A native of Putnam County, he was the son of the late John W. and Amanda Oakes Carr. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ina Bell Helms Carr, 3 daughters: Misses Minnie and Arah Carr, Silver Point, TN and Mrs. Floyd Adams (Ora Carr Adams) of Silver Point, 1 son, Joe Carr, Silver Point, TN. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery, TN. (1920 census 11th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN; Dwl: 59 ­Wesley Carr is head of household, 33 yrs. old, TN md to Ina Belle, 25 yrs. old, TN. Children: Minnie, 8 yrs. old; Ira, 7 yrs. old; Joe, 5 yrs. old & Ora Carr, 3 10/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). Laura Ann (Burton) Carr Obt. b. 20 January 1865, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 13 November 1952, Nashville, TN, md on the 16th of February 1893 to Sidney " Sid" Franklin Carr b. 12 July 1868, Silver Point, TN ­ d. 30 April 1931 s/o James R. Carr & Caroline Allen. Laura Ann (Burton) Carr, d/o Alexander Monroe Burton & Elizabeth McKinley. *See Sidney " Sid"Franklin Carr Obt. Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Burton Carr, 87, member of a pioneer middle Tennessee family long active in political activities of the state, will be at 10:00 Saturday by the Rev. Charles J. Hawkins at Finely Dorris and Charlton Funeral Home. The body is at the funeral home. Prayer services will be held at 2:30 tomorrow at the Whitson Funeral Home, Cookeville, TN. Burial will be in the Cookeville cemetery. Mrs. Carr, who had been in good health until she was stricken with a heart attack about 3 weeks ago, died Thursday afternoon in St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville. Born in Putnam County, she had lived in Nashville since 1918 and was affectionately known to her many younger friends as "Granny Carr". Her home was at Parthenon Ct. Apts. on Long Blvd. She was a daughter of Alex Burton, farmer and general merchant of Putnam County, who was also postmaster of the county's first post office, located in his store at Perkin. Her mother was the former Miss Elizabeth McKinely, also a Putnam County native. Her husband, the late Sidney Franklin Carr, was Putnam County Registrar in the early 1900's, and served for several years, commencing in 1907, in the office of Secretary of State. He was representative in Putnam County to the Legislature from 1919, and served in state governmental posts almost continuously afterward until his death in 1931. Her son, Joe C. Carr of Hampton Ave., Nashville, insurance man, formerly served as Secretary of State. She was a member of Blakemore Methodist Church. In addition to her son, she is survived by 3 daughters, Mrs. Alta Campion and Mrs. H. L. Griggs, both of Nashville, and Mrs. H. G. Maddux of Cookeville; 2 other sons, Shelton Carr and Albert Carr, both of Nashville; a sister, Mrs. Eliza Ditty of Buffalo Valley, TN; 10 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren.

Active pallbearers will be Fred Maddux, Alex Burton, Jim Burton, Rob Ditty, David Deatheridge, William Beneke, Earl Tolleson, and Maurice Burton. Banner, TN: 14 November 1952, pg. 29. Mattie (Brown) Carr Obt. b. 14 July 1894, TN ­d. 1 June 1980, d/o James M. Brown & Althea Fox. *See James Madison Brown buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (1910 census 16th Civil Dist., Double Springs Rd., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 97 ­James M. Brown is head of household, 56 yrs. old, TN, md 35 yrs. to Alta M., 50 yrs. old, TN, 10 children born, 9 children living. Children: Callie, 18 yrs. old; Perlia, 17 yrs. old; Mattie, 15 yrs. old & Ethel Brown, 9 yrs. old. All born in TN). COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for Mattie B. Carr, 85, of 3536 Raines Lane, Knoxville, were to be held today at 4 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Cookevile. Burial was to be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Brother Gerald Stow and Brother Elmer Langford were to officiate. Mrs. Carr died May 31 at University Hospital in Knoxville. Born in Jackson County, she was the daughter of the late James M. Carr and Alta Fox Carr. She was an active member of the First Baptist Church in Cookeville for more than 50 years. Survivors include one son, James W. Carr of Columbus, Mississippi; one daughter, Mrs. Milton E. Noel of Knoxville; one sister, Mrs. Jasper Terry of Cookeville; three grandchildren, Mrs. Jerry Inman and Mrs. Cuty Arnett, of Mississippi, and Mrs. John Feathers of Georgia; and six great-grandchildren. Active pallbearers were to be Howard Garrison, Clarence Bartlett, Luther Mathis, Jack Mattson, Verble Carrington and Ray Denny. Whitson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville TN: 2 June 1980. Maud Carr b. 23 September 1885, TN ­d. 22 September 1910, d/o Pleasant G. & Mary M. Carr. She is buried next to George Washington Carr (1878-1952). `Gone But Not Forgotten' (1900 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 64 ­Gid Carr is head of household, 42 yrs. old, b. February 1858, TN, Occupation: Carpenter, md 22 yrs. to Mary, 43 yrs. old, b. March 1857, TN, 5 children born, 5 children living. Children: Baley, 21 yrs. old, b. January 1879, Occupation: Photographer; Maud, 13 yrs. old, b. September 1886; Grover, 11 yrs. old, b. October 1888 & Ilar Carr, 2 yrs. old, b. march 1898. All born in TN). (1910 census 7th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 176 ­Pleasant G. Carr is head of household, 52 yrs. old, TN md 32 yrs. to Mary M., 53 yrs. old, TN, 5 children born, 5 children living. Child: Illa T. Carr, 12 yrs. old, TN). Minnie Frances Carr Obt.

b. 14 September 1910, TN ­ d. 26 October 1991, Cookeville Putnam Co., TN, never married. Minnie Frances Carr, d/o Wesley Carr & Ina Belle Helms. *See Arah Carr Obt. *See Ina Belle (Helms) Carr Obt. *See Joe " Buster"Carr Obt. *See John Wesley " Wes"Carr Obt. (1920 census 11th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN; Dwl: 59 ­Wesley Carr is head of household, 33 yrs. old, TN md to Ina Belle, 25 yrs. old, TN. Children: Minnie, 8 yrs. old; Ira, 7 yrs. old; Joe, 5 yrs. old & Ora Carr, 3 10/12 yrs. old. All born in TN). BAXTER ­Funeral services for Minnie Frances Carr, 81, of Silver Point were held today, October 28, at 1 p.m. in the Baxter chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Miss Carr died Saturday, October 26, 1991, at Cookeville General Hospital. The daughter of the late Wesley and Ina Belle Helms Carr, she was a native of Putnam County. Her family includes two sisters Arah Carr and Ora Adams, both of Silver Point, and a brother, Joe Carr of Silver Point. Rev. Henry Roberson officiated at the services. Olen Carr b. 19 September 1914 ­d. 18 November 1988, md Emma (Hawkins) Carr, b. 19 November 1917. Settie W. Carr Obt. b. 1868 ­1951, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Eligah Watson Carr & Elizabeth F. Harrison. *See George Washington Carr, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Funeral services for Miss Settie Carr, 83, were held Wednesday at the Broad Street Church of Christ with the pastor, L. N. Moody, and Carl Gossett, minister of the Willow Street Church of Christ, officiating. Interment was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Miss Carr died Monday night at the home of her brother, George W. Carr on N. Cedar Street, following an illness of two months. A daughter of the late Elijah and Elizabeth Harrison Carr, she had lived in Cookeville for the past 53 years. She was a member of the Church of Christ. Her brother is the only immediate survivor. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: (1900 census 1st Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN ­ Dwl: 293 ­Elijah W. Carr is head of household, 63 yrs. old, b. December 1836, TN, (parents both born in TN) occupation: Blacksmith, md 36 yrs. to Elizabeth, 55 yrs. old, b. May 1845, KY, (parents both born in TN) 9 children born, 6 children living. Children: Settie W., 27 yrs. old, TN, b. February 1873; George W., 20 yrs. old, b. May 1880; Maggie, 16 yrs. old, b. February 1884 & Hardin Carr, 11 yrs. old, b. May 1889, TN). Shelton Sidney Carr Obt. b. 27 August 1910, TN ­ d. 30 August 1969, (Tenn Sgt 1387 Base Unit A AF WWII), s/o Sidney " Sid" Franklin Carr & Laura Ann Burton.

*See Albert A. Carr Obt. *See Sidney " Sid"Franklin Carr Obt. *See Vada (Carr) Maddux Obt. Services for Shelton Sidney Carr, 59, of E-2 Jefferson Apts., 2115 Portland Ave., a brother of Joe C. Carr, Secretary of State, were today at Marshell-Donnelly-Combs Funeral Home. Dr. Franklin Paschall, minister of 1st Baptist Church here, officiated. Graveside services were conducted at Cookeville City Cemetery where the Rev. Fred Johnson, minister of Parkin Methodist Church in Cookeville, was in charge. Mr Carr was dead on arrival at Vanderbilt Hospital Saturday after suffering a heart attack at the Kroger store in Green Hills where he was co-manager. He had been with the Kroger company more that 40 years. He was a native of Cookeville, a son of the late Sidney F. and Laura Burton Carr and attended school there and in Nashville. He moved to Nashville in 1918. An overseas Army veteran of WWII, he was a member of American Legion Post 5. In addition to his borther, he is survived by 3 sisters, Mrs. H. Grady Maddux, Cookeville, and Mrs. Alta Campion and Mrs. Hazel Griggs, both of Nashville. Banner, TN: Monday, 1 September 1969, pg. 47. (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Walnut St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 341/357 ­Sid F. Carr is head of household, 38 yrs. old, Occupation: Registar, Putnam Co., TN, md 17 yrs. to Laura, 45 yrs. old, TN, 6 children born, 5 children living. Children: Vada, 16 yrs. old; Albert, 12 yrs. old; Dimple, 10 yrs. old; Altie, 7 yrs. old & Joe Carr, 3 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: John Burton, boarder, 50 yrs. old, TN). Sidney " Sid"Franklin Carr Obt. b. 12 July 1868, Silver Point, TN ­ d. 30 April 1931, md on the 16th of February 1893 to Laura Ann (Burton) Carr, b. 20 January 1865, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 13 November 1952, Nashville, TN, d/o Alexander Monroe Burton & Elizabeth McKinley. Sidney " Sid"Franklin Carr, s/o James R. Carr & Caroline Allen. Infant Carr, b. 9 April 1896 ­d. 10 April 1898 buried next to them. *See Albert Allen Carr Obt. *See Laura Ann (Burton) Carr Obt. *See Shelton Sidney Carr Obt. *See Vada Mai (Carr) Maddux Obt. Former Legislator From Putnam County, Clerk At City Hall at Nashville: Sidney F. Carr, 66, former State Representative from Putnam County, and for many years prominent to politics, died at 6:10 Friday morning at his home, 510 Boscobel Street in Nashville. Mr. Carr, who at the time of his death, was employed as a clerk at the Nashville City Hall, had an unbroken record of many years service in various capacities with the state and with Putnam County. A native of Silver Point, this county, Mr. Carr was elected Putnam County register while still a young man, serving in that capacity for several years. Represented Putnam: His connection with the state government began about 1903, when he accepted the position of clerk in the office of the Secretary of State. He remained in that position for 14 years. Later he was elected representative from Putnam County for 1919-21. At the expiration of his term as a representative, he became connected with the state board of equalization, serving with it for 3 years, afterward taking up the

position of clerk in the State Department of Institutions, in which he contined until 1928, when he accepted his post with the city of Nashville. Buried in Putnam: Although residing in Nashville most of the time since 1903, Mr. Carr maintained his citizenship in this county until 1923, when he transferred his vote to Nashville. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Laura Burton Carr and the following children: Mrs. H. G. Maddux of Buffalo Valley, Joe C. Carr of Nashville, Clerk of the House of Representatives, Mrs. James Campion, Mrs. H. L. Griggs, Shelton Carr and Albert Carr of Nashville. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 7 May 1931, front page. Children of Sidney F. Carr & Laura Ann Burton: 1. Vada Mai Carr, b. 28 December 1893 ­d. 12 August 1976, md on the 24th of May 1913 to Henry Grady Maddux. 2. Infant Carr, b. 9 April 1896 ­d. 10 April 1896. 3. Albert Allen Carr, b. 8 June 1897 ­d. 26 May 1955. 4. Dimple Carr, b. 18 February 1900 ­d. 1 May 1997, md H. Letcher Grigg. 5. Alta Carr, b. 1 May 1903 ­d. 14 October 1986, md James Campion. 6. Joe Cordell Carr, b. 20 June 1907 ­d. 12 October 1981, md Mary Oliver Hart. 7. Shelton Sidney Carr, b. 27 August 1910 ­d. 30 August 1969. Census Place: 1880 District 13, Putnam, TennesseeNonal Archives Film T9-1275 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Dwl: 324 John W. CARR Self M M W 30 TN Occ: Farmer Fa: TN Mo: TN Amanda CARR Wife F M W 29 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN Franklin CARR Son M S W 11 TN Occ: Works On Farm Fa: TN Mo: TN Jessee CARR Son M S W 9 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Nancy A. CARR Dau F S W 8 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Alvaretta CARR Dau F S W 4 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Thomas CARR Son M S W 1 TN Fa: TN Mo: TN Page 179A

(1900 census 9th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 190 ­Syd F. Carr is head of household, 31 yrs. old, b. July 1868, TN md 8 yrs. to Laura A., 34 yrs. old, b. January 1866, TN, 4 children born, 3 children living. Children: Vada M., 7 yrs. old, b. December 1892; Allen A., 2 yrs. old, b. June 1897 & Dimple Carr, 3/12 yrs. old, b. February 1900. All born in TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Cookeville Town, Walnut St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 341/357 ­Sid F. Carr is head of household, 38 yrs. old, Occupation: Registar, Putnam Co., TN, md 17 yrs. to Laura, 45 yrs. old, TN, 6 children born, 5 children living. Children: Vada, 16 yrs. old; Albert, 12 yrs. old; Dimple, 10 yrs. old; Altie, 7 yrs. old & Joe Carr, 3 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: John Burton, boarder, 50 yrs. old, TN). Boyd Franklin Carrington

b. 4 July 1907, TN ­d. 15 January 1972, s/o Arch C. & Alice Carrington. Arch C. Carrington, s/o Arch Carrington Sr. Carrington (1835-1915) & Vestel (unknown) Carrington, both buried in the Carrington Graveyard, Putnam Co., TN. *See Joseph Marion Carrington Obt. Arch Carrington Sr., b. 8 September 1835 ­d. 25 August 1915 & Vestel Carrington, b. ? ­d. June 1910, both buried in the Carrington Graveyard in Putnam Co., TN. (SS Death Index: Name: BOYD CARRINGTON Birth: 04 Jul 1907- Death: Jan 1972­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 411-18-0595, TN) (1910 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 273 ­Arch C. Carrington is head of household, 35 yrs. old, TN md 15 yrs. to Alice, 33 yrs. old, TN, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Bethel E., 14 yrs. old; Lura N., 10 yrs. old; William C., 6 yrs. old & Boyd F. Carrington, 3 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 102/105 ­Arch Carrington is head of household, 45 yrs. old, TN. Children: Clarence, 10 yrs. old; Jessie, 6 yrs. old; Louis, 4 + yrs. old & Howard Carrington, 2 + yrs. old. All born in TN). (1930 census Cookeville Town, (west of Walnut St.), Spring St., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 401/403/439 ­ Arch Carrington is head of household, 54 yrs. old, TN, (father born in NC, mother, TN), Occupation: Police State Patrol, (20 yrs. old 1st marriage), md to Alice, 52 yrs. old, TN. Children: Bel Carrington, son, 18 yrs. old, TN, single, Clarence Carrington, son, 26 yrs. old, TN, Occupation: Deliveryman Grocery, (25 yrs. old 1st marriage), md to Jewel, daughter-in-law, 24 yrs. old, TN, (23 yrs. old 1st marriage), Occupation: Salesman Automobile). Eddie Bethel Carrington b. 6 December 1896 ­d. 22 October 1984. Buried next to Eddie is Mable (Jared) Carrington, b. 10 April 1899 ­d. 18 December 1956 ­also buried next to Eddie is Ollie E. (Presley) Carrington b. 6 July 1897, TN ­d. 12 January 1952, d/o John L. Presley & Leona T. Waller. *See Ollie E. (Presley) Carrington buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 378: Eddie Bethal Carrington married 3 February 1966, Putnam Co., TN, age 69, address: Rt. 4, Cookeville, TN to Laura Jane Maddux, age 62, address: 1325 Mississippi Ave., Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Harold Cumby, son, Cocoa Beach, FL). Joseph Marion Carrington Obt. b. 28 October 1877, Putnam Co., TN - d. 13 February 1960, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 1st of June 1899, Putnam Co., TN to Minnie Mae (Thompson) Carrington, b. 10 December 1881 ­d. 24 April 1953. Joseph M. Carrington was the son of Arch Carrington Sr. & Sarah Josephine Crook. Arch Carrington Sr., b. 8 September 1835 ­d. 25 August 1915 & Vestel Carrington, b. ? ­d. June 1910, both buried in the Carrington Graveyard in Putnam Co., TN. *See Thomas E. " Dock"Brown, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Boyd Franklin Carrington buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 1: Joseph Carrington married 1 June 1899, Putnam Co., TN to Minnie Thompson). Joseph Marion Carrington, 82, died Friday morning at the Cookeville general hospital following a brief illness. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at Whitson Funeral home with the Rev. C. D. Sallee officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville city cemetery.

Mr. Carrington was a resident of Bloomington Springs and a retired farmer. A native of Putnam county, he served as a member of the Putnam county court for 18 years. He was a member of the Baptist church and a son of the late, Arch and Sarah Josephine Cook Carrington. Survivors include two sons, Eskell Carrington, Roseville, MI, A. B. Carrington, Cookeville; three daughters, Mrs. Osie Williams and Mrs. Josephine Shely of Cookeville; Mrs. Gorda Boney, Nashville; four grandchildren; one great grandchild. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 15 February 1960. Census Place: 1880 District 10, Putnam Co., TN Source: FHL Film 1255275 National Archives Film T9-1275 Page 182D Dwl: 28 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace Arch CARRINGTON Self M M W 45 NC Occ: Farmer Fa: NC Mo: NC Josephine CARRINGTONWife F M W 40 TN Occ: Keeping House Fa: TN Mo: TN Scinthy CARRINGTON Dau F S W 16 TN Fa: NC Mo: TN Archie CARRINGTON Son M S W 6 TN Fa: NC Mo: TN Jos. CARRINGTON Son M S W 5 TN Fa: NC Mo: TN (1900 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 128 ­Arch Carrington is head of household, 63 yrs. old, b. February 1837, TN, widow). Arch Carrington b. -----, TN d. 29 Sep 1933 Age: 59y 2m 11d Father: Arch Carrington Mother: Josephine Crook Reagan Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #19257, Putnam Co., TN Ollie E. (Presley) Carrington b. 6 July 1897, TN ­d. 12 January 1952, d/o John L. Presley & Leona T. Waller. *See Everett Blanchard Presley Obt. *See Illa (Presley) Leftwich Obt. *See John L. Presley buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 532, #2102: E. B. Carrington married 5 October 1919, Putnam Co., TN to Miss Ollie Presley). (1910 census 12th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 23 ­John L. Presley is head of household, 35 yrs. old, TN M1 md 16 yrs. to Leona T., 32 yrs. old, TN, 4 children born, 4 children living. Children: Everet B., 15 yrs. old; Ollie E., 12 yrs. old; Fredie W., 10 yrs. old & Iler V. Presley, 2 yrs. old. All born in TN). (1920 census 18th Civil Dist., Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 102 ­Arch Carrington is head of household, 46 yrs. old, TN md to Alice, 43 yrs. old, TN. Children: Bethel, 23 yrs. old; Clarence, 16 yrs. old; Boyd, 12 yrs. old; B., 8 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Ollie Carrington, daughter-in-law, 22 yrs. old, TN).

Cora (Carr) Carter b. 13 March 1893 ­d. 7 January 1968. Rev. Ben Carter b. 28 May 1908 ­d. 25 May 1995, md on the 24th of February 1950, McMinni, TN to Katie Sue (Martin) Carter, b. 31 July 1913 ­d. 25 October 1992. Katie Sue (Matin) Carter was the 2nd w/o Rev. Ben Carter. "In my father's house are many mansions" "The time of my departure has come I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith, henceforth there is laid up for me a grown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judege, shall give me at that day. II Timothy 4: 7-8." (SS Death Index: Name: BEN CARTER Birth: 28 May 1908- Death: May 1995 Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 412-14-9898, TN) (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 142, #00410: Ben W. Carter married 24 February 1950, McMinn, TN, age 41, address: Englewood to Katie Sue Martin, age 26, address: Englewood, name of parent, guardian of next of kin of female: blank). Ethel Mae (McKinley) Carter Obt. b. 23 December 1902, Jackson Co., TN - d. 25 May 1997, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 21st of December 1919 to Willis Carter Sr., b. 23 June 1900 ­ d. 24 July 1974, s/o Charles " Charlie" & Ida Carter. Ethel Mae (McKinley) Carter, d/o Thomas Calhoun McKinley (1881-1962) & Willie Kinnaird (1882-1978), both buried in Granville Cemetery, TN. *See Willis Carter Sr. Obt. *See James Dow Carter buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Loyd Carter Obt. *See Glenda Ann (Carter) Welch Obt. COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for Ethel McKinley Carter, 94, of Cookeville will be held Tuesday, May 27, at 2 p.m. in the Dyer Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-9 p.m. today, May 26, at the funeral home. Mrs. Carter died on Sunday, May 25, 1997, in NHC in Cookeville. A native of Jackson County, she was born Dec. 23, 1902, to the late Thomas " Tom"and Willie Kinnard Carter. She was a homemaker and a member of the Poplar Grove Baptist Church. Her family includes four daughters, Pauline Johnson, Ann Welch and Willene Choate, all of Cookeville, and Sue Birdwell of Maryville; three sons, Willis Jr., Charles M. and Hubert Carter, all of Cookeville; one sister, Ada McKinley of Nashville; two brothers, William McKinley of Spring Hill; and 12 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Willie Carter Sr.; and two sons, Loyd D. and James D. Carter. Pallbearers will be Mark Johnson, Carter and Dale Huddleston, Tony Cook, Brad Skaggs, and James Welch. Memorial contributions may be made to the Poplar Grove Baptist Church Building Fund. Bros. Bobby Sebastian and Steve Thornton will officiate at the services.

Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 26 May 1997. Herman Daniel Carter Obt. b. 25 December 1926 ­d. 31 October 1963 md on the 9th of July 1952, Putnam Co., TN by Rev. G. G. McIwain at Baxter, TN, to Elsie Margaret (Lowe) Carter, b. 15 September 1924, d/o Solon Grover Lowe & Vianna Elizabeth Parker. Herman Daniel Carter, s/o Wilber Claude Carter & Fannie Mae Brown. (SS Death Index: Name: HERMAN CARTER Birth: 25 Dec 1926- Death: Oct 1963­ Last Residence: (not specified) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 408-40-6957 TN) " will never forsake Thee" He (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 266: Herman D. Carter married 9 July 1952, Putnam Co., TN, age 25, b. 25 December 1926, address: Baxter, TN to Elsie Margaret Lowe, age 25, b. 15 September 1924, address: Baxter, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: S. G. Lowe, Boma, Putnam Co., TN. Name of parent, guardian or next of kin of male: Claude Carter, Baxter, TN). Hubert Daniel Carter Obt. b. 21 November 1931, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 25 December 2009, Cookeville, TN, md on the 29th of December, 1972, Putnam Co., TN to Bercha Thelma (Bruce) Martin Carter, b. 17 February 1932, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 26 June 2009, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Landon Bruce & Beulah Rodgers. Hubert Daniel Carter, s/o Willis Carter & Ethel Mae McKinley. *See Willis Carter Sr. Obt. *See Ethel Mae (McKinley) Carter Obt. *See Thelma (Bruce) Martin Carter Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Hubert D. Carter married 29 December 1972, Putnam Co., TN, age 41, b. 21 November 1931, address: 225 Clover, Cookeville, TN to Bercha Thelma Martin, age 40, b. 17 February 1932, address: 463 W. 5th, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Mrs. Landon (Beulah) Bruce, 336 N. Franklin, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Hubert Daniel Carter, 78, will be held Monday, Dec. 28, at 11 a.m. from the chapel of Cookeville Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends today, Sunday, Dec. 27, from 5-8 p.m. and Monday, Dec. 28, from 10 a.m. until time of services at the funeral home. Mr. Carter died Friday, Dec. 25, 2009, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born Nov. 21, 1931, in Putnam County to the late Willis and Ethel McKinley Carter. Mr. Carter was a retired farmer and a member of Poplar Grove Baptist Church for 66 years. His family includes two daughters, Diane Carter and Teresa Farris, both of Cookeville; a brother, Charles Carter of Algood; four sisters, Pauline Johnson, Willene Choate and Ann Welch, all of Cookeville, and Sue Birdwell of Maryville; three granddaughters, Amy Allen and husband Brian of Alpharetta, Ga., Jennifer Wilson of Cookeville and Michele Margolin of Kansas City, Mo.; five great-grandchildren, Lauren and Cameron Allen, Alyssa Westmoreland and Emma and Eli Wilson; and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces and great-nephews. In addition to his parents, Mr. Carter was preceded in death by his wife, Thelma Carter; and three brothers, Willis (Bill) Jr., Dow and Davis Carter. Pallbearers will be Bill and Sean Monday, Jim Harcom, Donald Alcorn, Brad Nelson and Michael Venters. Honorary pallbearers will be Glen Vinson and Bill Bittner. Bro. Zack Buckner will officiate the services. Condolences to the family may be sent to www.cookevillefuneralhome.com. Sunday, Dec 27, 2009: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN

Geraldine Carter b. 1916 ­d. 1921, age 5 James Dow Carter b. 27 October 1922, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 5 December 1989, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Willis Carter Sr. & Ethel Mae McKinley. *See Ethel Mae (McKinley) Carter Obt. *See Willis Carter Sr. Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: CARTER, JAMES D. - Birth: 27 Oct 1922 -Death: 5 Dec 1989 ­SSN: 411-244405 -Issued By: TN). (1930 census 5th Civil Dist., Jackson Co., TN: Dwl: 184 - Willis Carter is head of household, 29 yrs. old, TN, md to Ethel, 27 yrs. old, TN. Children: Junior W., 9 yrs. old; James D., 7 yrs. old; Charles M., 5 yrs. old & Rose P. Carter, 8/12 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household: Clifton Dyer, 18 yrs. old, TN). Loyd Carter Obt. b. 26 August 1935, Putnam Co., TN - d. 25 December 1992, Dallas, TX, s/o Willis Carter Sr. & Ethel Mae McKinley. *See Ethel Mae (McKinley) Carter Obt. *See Willis Carter Sr. Obt. DALLAS, TX ­Funeral services for Loyd Davis Carter, 57, of Dallas, Texas, and formerly of Cookeville, will be Sunday, December 27, at 2 p.m. in the chapel of the Dyer Funeral Home in Cookeville, with burial in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Carter died Friday, Dec. 25, 1992, in Dallas. A native of Putnam County, he was the son of the late Willis Carter Sr. and a veteran of the US Air Force. He was retired from the Lone State Gas Company in Dallas. The family includes his mother, Ethel McKinley Carter of Cookeville; three brothers, Willis Carter Jr., Hubert Carter and Charles Carter, all of Cookeville; four sisters, Pauline Johnson, Willene Chote and Ann Welch, all of Cookeville, and Sue Birdwell of Maryville, TN; and special friend Jim Hood of Dallas. Active pallbearers are David Johnson, Herbert Chote, John Birdwell, Brad Skaggs, Mark Johnson, Tony Cook, James Welch and David lane. The family will receive friends Sunday from 10 a.m. until time for the service. Bobby Sebastian will officiate. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville, TN: Sunday, 27 December 1992. Mildred Joyce (Maloney) Carter Obt. b. 16 October 1918, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 17 November 2008, TN, md on the 24th of January 1942, Putnam Co., TN to Arnold Carter. Mildred Joyce (Maloney) Carter, d/o Charles Maloney & Mary West. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 44, docket #5: Arnold Carter married 24 January 1942, Putnam Co., TN, age 27, address: Cookeville, TN to Mildred Maloney, age 23, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: C. Maloney, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Mildred Joyce Carter, 90, of Cookeville, will be held Thursday, Nov. 20, at 11 a.m. at Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ.

Burial will be in Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends today, Wednesday, Nov. 19, from 5-8 p.m. at the Cookeville chapel of HooperHuddleston & Horner Funeral Home and Thursday, Nov. 20, from 10 a.m. until time of services at the church. Mrs. Carter died Monday, Nov. 17, 2008, at Bethesda Health Care Center. She was born Oct. 16, 1918, in Putnam County to the late Charles and Mary West Maloney. Mrs. Carter was a member of Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ, where she taught several Bible classes for many years. She earned her B.S. degree at Tennessee Polytechnic Institute (TTU) and her master's degree in education at George A. Peabody College in Nashville. She was an elementary school teacher at the former Cookeville City School. She was an active member of the Cookeville Senior Citizens. Her family includes three sons and two daughters-in-law, Charles (Nick) and Laura Carter and Joseph (Joe) Carter, all of Cookeville, and James Thomas (Tom) and Linda Carter of Wilmington, N.C.; three grandchildren, Heather McCullouch and husband Clint, and Emily and Will Carter; and one greatgrandchild, Carter McCulloch. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Carter was preceded in death by her husband, Arnold Carter, and a brother, Charles Maloney. Pallbearers will be family and friends. Memorial donations may be made to Jefferson Avenue Church of Christ, 521 S. Jefferson Ave., Cookeville, TN 38501; American Cancer Society, 753A Humble Dr., Cookeville, TN 38501; or Cookeville Senior Citizens Center, 186 S. Walnut Ave., Cookeville, TN 38501. Bros. Charles Wiliamson and Buddy Johnson will officiate the services. Please share your thoughts and memories at www.hhhfunerals.com. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: Wednesday, Nov 19, 2008 Ruby (Brown) Carter Obt. b. 9 August 1908, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 28 April 2000, TN, md on the 6th of November 1925, Jackson Co., TN to Robert "Bob" Carter, b. 29 July 1902 ­d. 9 May 1995. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 537, #26: Robert H. Carter married 6 November 1925, Jackson Co., TN to Ruby Brown). (SS Death Index: Name: ROBERT H CARTER Birth: 29 Jul 1902- Death: 9 May 1995­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 414-52-7119, TN) COOKEVILLE - Funeral services for Ruby Brown Carter, 91 of Cookeville will be held at 2 p.m. on Sun., April 30 from the Chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 8 a.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Mrs. Carter died Friday, April 28, 2000 at Summit Medical Center in Hermitage, Tenn.

She was born August 9, 1908 in Jackson County to the late Frank and Ella Stout Brown. She was a homemaker and of the Methodist Faith. She was an award winning cook receiving many ribbons from the Putnam County Fair. Her family includes three daughters and two sons-in-law: Bobbie and Frank Kuykendall of Nashville, Faye Smith of Brentwood, Joy and Paul Roark of Atlanta; son and daughter-in-law Charles and Faye Carter of Cookeville; daughter-in-law Bonnie Carter of Monterey; one brother and sister-in-law Bob and Richmond Brown of Gainesboro; nine grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren. In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her husband, Robert "Bob" Carter, a son Joe Carter, a son-in-law Jim Smith, two sisters: Clara Fuqua and Margie Halfacre and a brother Hooper Brown. Active pallbearers will be Charles Carter, Jr., Joe Carter, Jr., Johnny Walker, Byron Wright, Randy Hurt, Ron Kuykendall and Bill Shelton. Bro. Arvil Lee will officiate at the services. Published April 29, 2000 4:41 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Thelma (Bruce) Martin Carter Obt. b. 17 February 1932, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 26 June 2009, Putnam Co., TN, md on the 29th of December, 1972, Putnam Co., TN to Hubert Daniel Carter, b. 21 November 1931, Putnam Co., TN ­ d. 25 December 2009, Cookeville, TN, s/o Willis Carter & Ethel McKinley. Thelma (Bruce) Martin Carter, d/o Phylandon " Benny"Bruce (1903-1974) & Beulah Rodgers. *See Hubert Daniel Carter Obt. *See Phylandon " Benny"Bruce Obt., buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery, TN. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Thelma Bruce Martin Carter, 77, of the Poplar Grove Community near Cookeville, will be held Monday, June 29, at 10 a.m. in the Cookeville chapel of Hooper-Huddleston & Horner Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cookeville Cemetery. Family will receive friends today, Sunday, June 28, from 5-8 p.m. and Monday, June 29, from 9 a.m. until time of services at the funeral home. Mrs. Carter died Friday afternoon, June 26, 2009, at her residence. She was born Feb. 17, 1932, in Putnam County to the late Landon and Beulah Rodgers Bruce. Mrs. Carter was a member of Poplar Grove Baptist Church for over 37 years and was retired from the former Boyd Drug Store. Her family includes her husband of 37 years, Hubert Carter (whom she married Dec. 29, 1972, in Putnam County); a son and daughter-in-law, Mike and Mary Martin; three daughters, Mitzi Hanson, Teresa Farris and Diane Carter, all of Cookeville; two brothers and a sister-in-law, Landon and Toni Bruce of Cookeville and Joe Bruce of Maryville; five grandchildren, Marisa Clement, Chris Maynard and wife Lora, Jennifer Wilson, Amy Allen and husband Brian, and Michele Margolin; six great-grandchildren, Shelby Clement, Alyssa Westmoreland, Emma and Eli Wilson, and Lauren and Cameron Allen. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Carter was preceded in death by a sister, Lois Presley. Pallbearers will be Wes Tallent, Mike Hickey and Bill, Sean and Ean Monday. Rev. Jerry Randall will officiate the services.

Please share your thoughts and memories at www.hhhfunerals.com. Saturday, Jun 27, 2009: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Willie M. Carter Obt. b. 23 June 1900, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 4 August 1984, TN, md on the 26th of February 1943, Putnam Co., TN to Cora Ann (Cooper) Carter, b. 4 July 1896 ­d. 12 November 1984. Willie M. Carter, s/o Charlie Carter & Ida Kirby. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 142: W. M. Carter married 26 February 1943, Putnam Co., TN, age 42, address: Cookevile, TN to Cora Cooper, age 46, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: blank). (SS Death Index: Name: WILLIE CARTER Birth: 23 Jun 1900 - Death: Aug 1984­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-14-2418 TN) (SS Death Index: Name: CORA CARTER Birth: 04 Jul 1896 - Death: Nov 1984­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 409-08-0726 TN) COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for Willie M. " Will"Carter, 84, of Cookeville, will be held Monday, August 6, at 10 a.m. in the chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home with the Rev. Maurice Moore officiating. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Carter died August 4, 1984, in Masters Health Care Center. A native of Jackson County, he was the son of the late Charlie and Ida Kiby Carter. He was a retired farmer. His family includes his wife, Cora Ann Cooper Carter of Cookeville; a daughter, Mrs. Navis (Dorothy Nell) Turner of Jamestown; two sisters, Lois Cornwell and Ruth Brown, both of Carthage; two brothers, Bob Carter of Cookeville, and J. V. Carter of Algood. Willis Carter Sr. Obt. b. 23 June 1900 ­ d. 24 July 1974, Nashville, TN, md on the 21st of December 1919 to Ethel Mae (McKinley) Carter, b. 23 December 1902, Jackson Co., TN - d. 25 May 1997, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, d/o Thomas Calhoun McKinley (1881-1962) & Willie Kinnaird (1882-1978), both buried in Granville Cemetery, TN. Willis Carter Sr., s/o Charles " Charlie"& Ida Carter. Children: Willis " Bill" Jr., b. 28 March 1921 md Anna Lee Bartlett, James Dow, Charles md the 21st of May 1944 to Mary Frances Buchanan, Pauline md on the 18th of Dec. 1949 to David Johnson, Willene md 1st Frank Huddleston ­md 2nd Choate, Hubert, Loyd Davis, Ann md James Welch & Sue Carter md John Birdwell. *See Ethel Mae (McKinley) Carter Obt. *See James Dow Carter buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Loyd Carter Obt. *See Hurbert Daniel Carter Obt. *See Carter Huddleston Obt. *See Jeff Herman Warren Obt. *See Tommie Elise (McKinley) Warren Obt. *See Glenda Ann (Carter) Welch Obt. (SS Death Index: Name: WILLIS CARTER Birth: 23 Jun 1900 - Death: Jul 1974­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN) -Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 411-14-0970 TN). Funeral services for Willie Carter, 74, will be held at 3:00 Thursday from the chapel of Hooper-Huddleston Funeral Home. Burial in Cookeville City Cemetery. Rev. Bobby Moore will officiate.

Mr. Carter died Wednesday morning in a Nashville Hospital. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ethel McKinley Carter of Cookeville; 5 sons, Willis Carter Jr., of Macklin, VA, James Dow Carter of Dayton, OH, Charles and Hubert Carter both of Cookeville, and Loyd Davis Carter of Dallas, TX; 4 daughters, Mrs. Frank (Willene) Huddleston and Mrs. David (Pauline) Johnson both of Cookeville, Mrs. John (Sue) Birdwell of Maryville, TN, and Mrs. James (Ann) Welch of Dayton, OH; 3 brothers, Bob Carter and Will Carter both of Cookeville, and 2 sisters, Mrs. Lois Cornwell of Carthage, and Mrs. Ruth Brown of Granville. The family will receive friends at Hooper & Huddleston Funeral home from 7-9 p.m. on Wednesday. Herald-Citizen, Cookeville TN: Wednesday, 24 July 1974. Lieut. Willis Carter, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Carter, Sr., of Cookeville, Route 5, was recently promoted to a First Lieutenancy, and is now stationed in Camp Gordon, GA. Lieut. Carter volunteered for service in 1941. He was given a few days leave at the time of his promotion, and spent the time in Fort Meade, MD, Washington D. C., and New York, NY. Mrs. Carter, the former Miss Ann Lee Bartlett, is residing in Augusta, GA, while Lieut. Carter is stationed in Camp Gordon. Another son of Mr. and Mrs. Carter, Pfc. James D. Carter is somewhere in France with the Ninth Air Force. He has been overseas one year, and writes the weather is fine in France now. His wife the former Miss Ida Lou Madewell, is residing in Dayton, OH, while Pfc. Carter is overseas. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 29 March 1945. Madge A. Cartwright b. 12 July 1904, Pleasant Shake ­d. 5 September 1925, d/o R. D. Cartwright & Belle Goad. Madge Cartwright b. 12 Jul 1904, Pleasant Shake d. 20 Sep 1925 Father: R. D. Cartwright, Difficult Mother: Belle Goad, Pleasant Shade Cookeville Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC#377, Putnam Co., TN Claude Martin Caruthers b. 19 May 1900 ­ d. 8 March 1983, md on the 20th of June 1925, McMinnville, TN to Grace Margaret (Ganzmen) Caruthers, b. 15 December 1900 ­d. 19 February 1979, Cookeville, TN. Claude was the s/o Stephen Burton Caruthers (1872-1955) & Alice Delanie Sherrell (1878-1943). They had no children. Claude is buried next to his brother Hugh H. Caruthers in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Grace Margaret (Ganzmen) Caruthers Obt. *See Hugh H. Caruthers buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Warren Co., TN, pg. 62: Claud M. Caruthers married 20 June 1925, Warren Co., TN to Grace M. Ganzman (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Fisk Road, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 277 - Stephen B. Caruthers is head of household, 37 yrs.old, TN, Occupation: Blacksmith, md 13 yrs. to Allice, 31 yrs. old, TN, 7 children born, 4 children living. Children: Claud M., 9 yrs. old; Hugh H., 8 yrs. old; Violet D., 5 yrs. old & Clifford Caruthers, 7/12 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household, John H. Caruthers, father, 73 yrs. old, TN, widow). Clure Caruthers Obt.

b. 3 November 1905, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 23 February 1999, Cookeville, TN, md on the 6th of April 1941, Jackson Co., TN to Cooper D. (Bilbrey) Caruthers. Clure Caruthers, s/o Mack Caruthers & Minnie Carnahan. *See James Caruthers Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 72: Cluer Caruthers married 6 April 1941, Jackson Co., TN to Cooper D. Bilbrey). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Clure Caruthers, 93, of Cookeville, will be held at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 25, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends after 3 p.m. today, Wednesday, Feb. 24, at the funeral home. Mr. Caruthers died on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 1999, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born on Nov. 3, 1905, in Jackson County to the late Mack and Minnie Carnahan Caruthers. Mr. Caruthers was a farmer and a member of Antioch Church of Christ. His family includes three sons, Donald Caruthers of Gainesboro, Herman Caruthers of Westmoreland, and Rich Caruthers of Cookeville; two daughters, Jean Loftis of Gainesboro and Sue Frazier of Cookeville; a sister, Lovena (Crickett) Wilson of Gainesboro; a brother, Luther Caruthers of Whitleyville; 22 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was also preceded in death by his wife, Cooper D. Bilbrey Caruthers; a son, James Caruthers; a daughter, Claudean Caruthers; and a host of brothers and sisters. Bro. Ralph Jackson will officiate at the services. Published February 24, 1999 12:24 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Grace Margaret (Ganzmen) Caruthers Obt. b. 15 December 1900 ­d. 19 February 1979, Cookeville, TN, md on the 20th of June 1925, McMinnville, TN to Claud Martin Caruthers, b. 19 May 1900 ­d. 8 March 1983, Stephen Burton Caruthers (18721955) & Alice Delanie Sherrell (1878-1943). They had no children. *See Claude Martin Caruthers buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for Grace M. Caruthers will be held Wednesday, Feb. 21 at the chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Charles McCaskey officiating. Mrs. Caruthers died Monday, Feb. 19 at Cookeville General Hospital. Burial will be in the Cookeville City Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, Claude Martin Caruthers. Pallbearers will be Sumner Griffin, Collie B. Jared, H. R. Barwick, Dave Whitson, Cordell Stockton, Earl Nichols. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 20 February 1979. Hugh H. Caruthers

b. 6 October 1901 ­ d. 25 February 1871, md on the 23rd of December 1929, Putnam Co., TN to Bonnie Dimple (Gibson) Caruthers, b. 17 January 1907 ­ 9 December 1990, d/o Alvin Phylander Gibson & Lillie Myrtle Lindsey. Hugh H. Caruthers, s/o Stephen Burton Caruthers (1872-1955) & Alice Delanie Sherrell (1878-1943). *See Claude Martin Caruthers buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Alvin Phylander " Phy"Gibson buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Hugh & Bonnie (Gibson) Caruthers had one daughter: Rebecca Ann Caruthers, b. 30 November 1933 md Freddie Lee Judd, s/o Hershal & Estelle Judd. (SS Death Index: Name: HUGH CARUTHERS Birth:6 Oct 1901 ­ Death: Feb 1971 ­ Last Residence: (Cookeville, Putnam, TN) -Last Benefit: (not specified) ­SSN: 412-32-1834, TN) (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 101: Hugh H. Caruthers married 25 December 1929, Putnam Co., TN, age 28, address: Cookeville, TN to Miss Bonnie Dimple Gibson, age 22, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Phy Gibson, Cookeville, TN). (1910 census 1st Civil Dist., Fisk Road, Putnam Co., TN: Dwl: 277 - Stephen B. Caruthers is head of household, 37 yrs.old, TN, Occupation: Blacksmith, md 13 yrs. to Allice, 31 yrs. old, TN, 7 children born, 4 children living. Children: Claud M., 9 yrs. old; Hugh H., 8 yrs. old; Violet D., 5 yrs. old & Clifford Caruthers, 7/12 yrs. old. All born in TN. Also living in the household, John H. Caruthers, father, 73 yrs. old, TN, widow). James Edward Caruthers Obt. b. 3 March 1943, Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 1 August 1984, TN, md Lottie Louise (Roberts) Caruthers. James Edward Caruthers, s/o Clure Caruthers & Cooper D. Bilbrey. *See Clure Caruthers Obt. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: James Edward Caruthers married 27 February 1964, Overton, age 21, address: 361 S. Walnut, Cookeville, TN to Lottie Louise Roberts, age 26, address: 1319 N. Dixie, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Elzie Roberts). COOKEVILLE ­ Funeral services for James Edward Caruthers, 41, of Brown Ave., Cookeville, will be Fri., Aug. 3, at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home with Bro. Carles Walker and Bro. Ken Haney officiating. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Caruthers was dead on arrival at Cookeville General Hospital on Wed., Aug. 1, 1984, following an extended illness. Born March 3, 1943 in Jackson County, he was the son of Clure and Cooper Bilbrey Caruthers of Cookeville. Mr. Caruthers was a saleman with Pepsi Cola Co. of Cookeville. His family, in addition to his parents, includes his wife, Louise Roberts Caruthers; two sisters, Sue Frazier of Cookeville and Jean Loftis of Michigan; and four brothers, Rick Caruthers and Arvil Bilbrey, both of Cookeville, Donald Caruthers of Tampa, Florida and Hermon Caruthers of Gallatin, TN. Whitson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Nettie Katherine (Chaffin) Haney Carver Obt. b. 29 December 1917, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 14 May 2003, Cookeville, TN, md 1st Cordell H. Haney, d. 23 October 1956, md 2nd Leon Carver, b. 29 September 1926 - d. 13 October 1994.

(SS Death Index: Name: CARVER, LEON ­ Birth: 29 Sep 1926- Death: 13 Oct 1994­ Age: 68- Last Residence (Gainesboro, Jackson Co., TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 413-40-0377, Issued By: TN). GAINESBORO -- Funeral services for Nettie Katherine Haney Carver, 85, of the Center Grove Community of Jackson County will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 17, in Center Grove Church of Christ. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 3-9 p.m. today, Friday, May 16, at Anderson Funeral Home and from noon until time of services on Saturday at the church. Mrs. Carver died on Wednesday, May 14, 2003, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born on Dec. 29, 1917, in Jackson County to the late Silas Narl and Mary Etta Petty Chaffin. Mrs. Carver was a homemaker and a member of Center Grove Church of Christ. Her family includes a son and daughter-in-law, Larry Dale and Bright Haney of Hacienda Heights, Calif.; three daughters and sons-in-law, Linda F. and Don VanLandingham of Ellijay, Ga., and Peggy G. and Jessie Anderson and Gail and Dale Cole, all of Cookeville; a stepson, Alan Carver of Cookeville; a brother, Hollis Chaffin of Gainesboro; a sister, Niadia Wright of St. Clair Shores, Mich.; six grandchildren, Jeffrey H. and John D. VanLandingham, Cordell D. and Timothy U. Haney, Allison M. Anderson and Amy Glass; two stepgrandchildren, Shannon Pigg and Thomas L. Carver; and a great-grandchild, Joshua VanLandingham. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by two husbands, Cordell H. Haney, who died on Oct. 23, 1956, and Leon Carver, who died on Oct. 13, 1994; a sister, Settie Lewis; and three brothers, Odus, Vestal and Omer Chaffin. Bros. Hollis Chaffin and John Mabery will officiate at the services. Published May 16, 2003 12:03 PM CDT : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Melvin L. Case Jr. Obt. b. 16 September 1946, Cookeville, TN ­ d. 13 February 2000, Cookeville, TN, s/o Melvin L. Case Sr. & Virginia Bush. *See Virginia (Bush) Case buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Melvin L. Case, 53, of Cookeville, will be held at 11 a.m. on Thurs., Feb. 17, from the chapel of Hooper & Huddleston Funeral Home. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 7-9 p.m. on Wed., Feb. 16, at the funeral home. Mr. Case died on Sun., Feb. 13, 2000, at his home. He was born on Sept. 16, 1946, in Cookeville to the late Melvin L. Sr. and Virginia Bush Case. Mr. Case was a member of Cookeville First Baptist Church. He was owner and operator of Awards Distributors Co., Inc. of Cookeville and was a music promoter with the Bitter Inn Teen Club of Cookeville. His family includes a sister and brother-in-law, Martha and Bob Nemer of Nashville; a brother and sisterin-law, Roger and Mary Jean Burke of Cookeville; a special cousin, Jerry Agee; nieces and nephews, Sherry Burke Henderson of Hermitage, Stephanie Burke Reedze of Colorado Springs, Colo., Angela

Nemer Lutzker of Los Angeles, Calif., Jacob and Matthew Nemer, both of Nashville; and a great-nephew, Nicholas Reedze of Colorado Springs. Pallbearers will be Roy Henderson, Dov and Angela Lutzker, Jake and Matt Nemer, John Hoogacker and David Simmons. Honorary pallbearers will be Harold Williams, David Goolsby, Dwight Duke, Charles Riley, and employees of Awards Distribution Co. and Interstate Enterprises. Memorial contributions may be made to the Melvin Case Christmas For Kids Foundation at First American Bank, 990 N. Washington Ave., Cookeville, Tenn. 38501, Attn: Glenda Vinson. Bro. Billy Blankenship and Dr. Wallace S. Prescott will officiate at the services. Published February 15, 2000 10:37 AM CST : Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Raymond S. Case b. 1 May 1924 ­ d. 17 November 2003, (AMM3 US Navy WWII), md on the 3rd of June 1948 to Ann (Bowling) Case, b. 25 March 1926. `Parents of Angeline, Linda Lou, Douglas R. & R. Alexander Case', children's names inscribed on marker. Virginia (Bush) Case b. 11 February 1916 ­ d. 27 December 1968, md Melvin L. Case Sr. Virginia (Bush) Case, d/o Frank Cheatham Bush & Etta M. Vanderpool. *See Etta M. (Vanderpool) Bush buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. *See Melvin L. Case Obt. Clara Wanda (Hartwig) Cash Obt. b. 31 December 1916, Chicago, IL ­d. 30 November 2006, Cookeville, TN, md on the 10th of June 1955 to Henry A. Cash, 27 February 1916 ­ d. 14 February 2008 (COX US NAVY WWII). Clara Wanda (Hartwig) Cash, d/o Gottlieb Hartwig. *See Henry A. Cash buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Clara Wanda Hartwig Cash, 89, of Cookeville, were held today, Tuesday, Dec. 5, at 10:30 a.m. at Heavenly Host Lutheran Church. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Cash died Thursday, Nov. 30, 2006, at Cookeville Regional Medical Center. She was born Dec. 31, 1916, in Chicago, Ill., to the late Mr. and Mrs. Gottlieb Hartwig. Mrs. Cash was employed in sales and was a member of Heavenly Host Lutheran Church. Her family includes her husband of 52 years, Henry Cash; a daughter, Nora Marcks; a son, James Cash; a brother, Walter Hartwig; and a sister, Joan James. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Cash was preceded in death by a sister, Florence Loughlin. Memorial contributions may be made to Heavenly Host Lutheran Church. Rev. Roger Paavola officiated the services. Dyer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Published December 05, 2006 12:10 PM CST: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Henry A. Cash Obt. b. 27 February 1915, Chicago, IL ­ d. 14 February 2008, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, (COX US NAVY WWII), md on the 10th of June 1955 to Clara Wanda (Hartwig) Cash, b. 31 December 1916, Chicago, IL ­d. 30 November 2006, Cookeville, TN, d/o Gottlieb Hartwig. *See Clara Wanda (Hartwig) Cash Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Henry A. Cash, 92, of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 18, at Heavenly Host Lutheran Church. Burial, with military honors, will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-9 p.m. today, Sunday, Feb. 17, at Crest Lawn Funeral Home and Cremation Center; and from noon until time of services on Monday, at the church. Mr. Cash died Thursday, Feb. 14, 2008, in Cookeville Regional Medical Center. He was born Feb. 27, 1915, in Chicago, Ill. He was a lifetime member of Heavenly Host Lutheran Church in Cookeville. Mr. Cash served in the Army. He was an engineer at Rockwell Industries of Arizona and Chicago. His family includes a daughter and son-in-law, Nora and Dan Marcks of Mesa, Ariz.; a son, James Cash; and several grandchildren. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife of 52 years, Clara Hartwig Cash; and a sister. Pallbearers will be Ron Hoffman, Larry Vickers, Dan Farris, Tanner Shirley, Gus Ludwig, Marvin Siegersma, Mecki Oswald, Ray O'Connor and Tom Baxter. Honorary pallbearer will be George Stephens. Memorial donations may be made to Heavenly Host Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, 777 S. Willow Ave., Cookeville, Tenn. 38501. Rev. Roger Paavola and Vicar David McMinn will officiate at the services. Sunday, Feb 17, 2008: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN William Cates b. 19 February 1870 ­d. 13 July 1950, md Mary (unknown) Cates, b. 7 May 1875 ­d. 5 July 1964. *See William Andrew Cates buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. William Andrew Cates b. 8 April 1906 ­d. 6 August 1906, s/o William & Mary Cates. `Budded on Earth to Bloom in Heaven' *See William Cates buried in Cookeville City Cemetery. Milton Caudill b. 8 February 1918, TN ­d. 19 February 1918, s/o Melvin Caudill & Lula Sorrows. Milton Caudill b. 8 Feb 1918, TN d. 19 Feb 1918

Father: Melvin Caudill, KY Mother: Lula Sorrows, AL Cookeville Cemetery Putnam Co., TN DC #469, Putnam Co., TN Alice Belle (Brooks) Chaffin Obt. b. 23 January 1871, d. 11 February 1955, md 1st Taylor Gaines ­md 2nd William Jacob " Jace"Chaffin, b. 14 August 1867 ­ d. , Jackson Co., TN ­ d. 24 July 1945, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN, s/o Fox C. Chaffin (1829-1902) & Jane Margaret Fox (1836-1900). Children of Taylor Gaines & Alice Brooks are: Verty Gaines. Children of William Jacob " Jace" Chaffin & Alice Brooks are: Hilda Mae Chaffin md Bailey. Alice Belle (Brooks) Chaffin, d/o John Riley Brooks (1843-1929) & Martha Elizabeth Draper (1848-1895). Rites For Mrs. Alice Belle Chaffin: Funeral services for Mrs. Alice Belle Chaffin, 84, who died Friday in the Smith-Chetwood Hospital in Lafayette, Tennessee, were conducted Sunday at the Willow Street Church of Christ at 1:30 p.m. with Bro. Oliver Cunningham officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville City Cemetery. Whitson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Chaffin was a resident of Cookeville and a daughter of the late Elizabeth Draper and John Brooks. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Hilda Mae Bailey, Lafayette, TN; two brothers, Henry Cary and Oliver Brockett Brooks, Lafayette, TN; two sisters, Mrs. Lenellen Roxie Hoskins, Lafayette, Mrs. Nina Marshall, Tompkinsville, KY; 9 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren. Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: 17 February 1955. Dewey L. Chaffin Obt. b. 19 July 1923 ­d. December 1983, s/o Arthur B. Chaffin & Mattie Grogan. (SS Death Index: Name: CHAFFIN, DEWEY ­ Birth: 19 Jul 1923- Death: Dec 1983­ Age: 6o- Last Residence (Baxter, TN) - Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 409-28-4044, Issued By: TN). Services for Dewey L. Chaffin, 60, were held at 2 p.m. Sunday from the chapel of Baxter Funeral Home with Bro. Charles Lemons and Bro. Paul Wilmoth officiating. Burial was in the Cookeville Cemetery. Mr. Chaffin, a Baxter resident, was dead on arrival at Cookeville General Hospital Saturday after an extended illness. A native of Putnam County, he was the son of Mrs. Mattie Grogan Chaffin of Baxter and the late Arthur B. Chaffin. He was a retired carpenter and a veteran of World War II. Survivors in addition to his mother, include two daughters, Jackie Shoulds of Gainesboro and Lisa Barefield of Cookeville; two sons, Ron Chaffin of Jacksonville, FL, and Jeff Chaffin of Baxter; two sisters, Lydia Martin of Baxter and Nelda Cooper of Chattanooga; four brothers, Robert A. Chaffin Jr., and Lin B. Chaffin, both of Cookeville, Jack Chaffin of Florida and James C. Chaffin of Baxter; and six grandchildren. Baxter Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Earl Fuson Chaffin Obt. b. 10 July 1923, Jackson Co., TN ­ 4 June 2000, md on the 8th of September 1986, Putnam Co., TN to Dorothy (Billingsley) Chaffin. Earl Fuscon Chaffin, s/o Lee Farest Chaffin & Zora Florence Pippin. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Earl Fuson Chaffin married 8 September 1986, Putnam Co., TN, age 63, b. 10 July 1923, address; Rt. 1, Box 154, Baxter, TN to Dorothy Irene

Billingsley, age 63, b. 15 September 1922, address; Rt. 2, Box 254, Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Janice Terry, daughter, Rt. 2, Cookeville, TN). COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Earl Chaffin, 76, of Cookeville, will be held at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, June 6, from the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Cookeville City Cemetery. Visitation will be this evening from 4-9 p.m. Mr. Chaffin died on Sunday, June 4, 2000, at Erlanger Medical Center. He was born on July 10, 1923, in Jackson County to the late Lee Farest and Zora Florence Pippin Chaffin. He was a farmer and a member of Double Springs Church of Christ and served in the armed forces during World War II. His family includes his wife, Dorothy Chaffin of Cookeville; three stepdaughters and their husbands, Sandra and Michale Hall of Powder Springs, Ga., and Judith and Randy Todd and Janice and Tim Terry, all of Cookeville; a brother, Rellon Chaffin of Cookeville; four sisters, Eudell Smith of Odessa, Texas, Ruth Lawson of Warren, Mich., and Nell Warren and Reba Williams, both of Cookeville; 10 stepgrandchildren; and one step-great-grandchild. The family requests memorial donations be made to the Upper Cumberland Christian Home or RonaldMcDonald House. Bro. George Spivey officiated at the services. Published June 05, 2000 12:11 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN Edgar Chaffin b. 3 July 1900 ­ d. 13 September 1965, md Grace (Borden) Chaffin, b. 18 September 1902 ­ d. 17 May 1988. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 467, #4574: L. E. Chaffin married 1 April 1928, Putnam Co., TN to Grace Borden). (SS Death Index: Name: ED CHAFFIN Birth: 03 Jul 1900 Death: Sep 1965­ Last Residence: (Tennessee) Last Benefit: (none specified) ­SSN: 410-03-7318, TN) Elsie Chaffin b. 3 March 1935 ­d. 24 June 1952. Marker next to Erman Davis Chaffin. *See Erman Davis Chaffin Obt. Erman Davis Chaffin Obt. b. 26 October 1905 ­ d. 4 February 1980, md on the 30th of May 1925, Jackson Co., TN to Ila Mae (Smith) Chaffin, b. 30 June 1906 ­d. 9 February 1983. Erman Davis Chaffin, s/o John " Peck"William Chaffin (1871­ 1950) & Olive Birdwell (1871-1942), both buried in Rash Cemetery, Flynn' Creek Rd., s Jackson Co., TN. *See Johnny L. Chaffin (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 460, #113: Erman Chaffin married 30 May 1925, Jackson co., TN to Ida Mai Smith).

COOKEVILLE ­Funeral services for Erman Davis Chaffin, 74, will be conducted Thursday, Feb. 7, at 1 p.m. at the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home with Bro. Clarence DeLoach officiating. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Chaffin died February 4 at Cookeville General Hospital. A native of Jackson County, he was the son of the late John W. and Olive Birdwell Chaffin. He was a retired farmer and a member of Willow Avenue Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife, Ila Mae Chaffin of Cookeville; a son, Johnny Chaffin of Mt. Juliet; a daughter, Mrs. Treva Anderson of Gainesboro; a daughter-in-law, Emogene Chaffin of Michigan; a sister, Mrs. Ara Smith of Cookeville; a brother, Forrest Chaffin of Cookeville; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Pallbearers are J. D. Flatt, Rellon Chaffin, Herb Smith, Roy Smith, Rob Anderson, Johnnie Swack, Lennie Anderson and Earl Chaffin. Dyer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 6 February 1980. Eunice (Chaffin) Lawson Jackson West b. 9 November 1897 ­d. 14 October 1991, md Dock Lawson, b. 28 March 1894 ­d. 24 August 1930 - md Robert Lee Jackson & md Charles Robert West. Eunice (Chaffin) Lawson Jackson West, d/o Darvis Bratton Chaffin (1872-1946) & Ova Desivel Loftis (1878-1971), d/o William Asbury Loftis & Mary Louvernia Anderson. Eunice is a descendant of James Madison Loftis & Elizabeth Holcombe. (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Jackson Co., TN, pg. 368: J. J. Lawson married 3 December 1916, Jackson Co., TN, age 31, address: Cookeville, TN to Eunice Chaffin). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 218: Robert Jackson married 23 December 1933, Putnam Co., TN to Mrs. Eunice Lawson, age 34, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian, or next of kin: blank). (Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN: Charles Robert West married 27 August 1952, Putnam Co., TN, age 54, b. 24 December 1899, address: Coalinga, CA to Eunice Jackson, age 54, b. 11 November 1897, address: Cookeville, TN, name of parent, guardian or next of kin of female: Ona Loftis, Rt. 1, Gainesboro, Jackson Co., TN. Name of parent, guardian or next of kin of male: Docial West, Rt. 1, Gainesboro, Jackson Co., TN). Emogene Chaffin Obt. b. 25 March 1928, Jackson Co., TN ­d. 26 August 2011, Roseville, Macomb Co., MI. *See Jeanette Chaffin Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Graveside services for Emogene Chaffin, 83, of Roseville, Mich., formerly of Gainesboro, will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 31, at Cookeville City Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. on Wednesday at the chapel of Dyer Funeral Home. Mrs. Chaffin passed away peacefully, with family and loved ones by her side, on Friday, Aug. 26, 2011, at St. John Oakland Macomb Hospital in Warren, Mich. Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, TN: 29 August 2011

Emogene Chaffin, age 83, died peacefully with family and loved ones at her side on August 26 at St. John Oakland Macomb Hospital, Warren. She was born March 25, 1928 in Jackson County, Tenn. She was known as "Ma-Ma" to everyone who knew her. Her family was her life and they will always remember her for her strength. Emogene is survived by her daughters; Connie (the late Jerry) Rowland, Elaine (Dan) Chambers and the late Jeanette. She was a loving grandmother to Jennifer Hill. Visitation Sunday Noon until 8 p.m. at the A.H. Peters Funeral Home, 32000 Schoenherr (at Masonic), Warren. Funeral service Monday 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Ahpeters.com Published in The Macomb Daily, MI on August 28, 2011. Eula (Hughes) Chaffin Obt. b. 26 July 1873, Putnam Co., TN ­d. 7 November 1949, TN, md John Harvey Chaffin, b. 25 November 1872, Allen Co., KY ­ d. 27 January 1953, TN. Eula (Hughes) Chaffin, d/o Harrison Hughes (18401885) & Roxie Bockman (1851-1935). *See John Harvey Chaffin Obt. Funeral services for Mrs. Eula Hughes Chaffin, 76, were held Tuesday afternoon at the Carver Funeral Home with the Rev. Bob Ramsay and the Rev. Dow Ensor officiating. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mrs. Chaffin died Monday morning at her home on Hilham road followin