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Note NI20916 :

Individuals : Jamison William
William Jamison and subsequent decendents are taken from WikiTree with Allen McGrew as profile manager.


Note NI20954 :

Individuals : Cleaver Peter
Peter Cleaver and decendents thanks to Allen McGrew, WikiTree
Allen list as sources:
•Source: S2 Author: Title: Public Member Trees Publication: Name: The Generations Network, Inc.; Location: Provo, UT, USA; Date: 2006; Repository: #R1
•Repository: R1 Name: Address: E-Mail Address: Phone Number:
1.? Source: #S2 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Peter CLEAVER JR.
2.? Source: #S2 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Peter CLEAVER JR.
3.? Source: #S2 Page: Database online. Data: Text: Record for Peter CLEAVER JR.
Thank you to Allen McGrew for creating WikiTree profile Cleaver-397 through the import of McGrew_2010-01-09_2013-03-22.ged on Mar 22, 2013.


Note NI20962 :

Individuals : Dickey Jane
Jane's father's will, dated January 14, 1784, bequethed to Jane's heirs aCrown sterling. S o she must have died before then. Her name is spelledJane in the J. H. Dickey paper. He spe lls her husban d's name asJameison. The York Quarterly of June 1991 list the husband as Jame son.Wayne Angle gives Jamison.
Jane probably was born shortly after her parents John and Martha Dickeyarrived in America b y ship from Ireland. They probably landed atPhiladelphia and may have stayed in Pennsylvani a with friends for a timebefore going to Virginia. Jane could have been born in either colon y. -from WFT Pedigree #1513.
to Virginia. Jane could have been born in either colon
Joseph Jamison is not listed as a child of Jane Dickey Jamison in somerecords.


Note NI20972 :

Individuals : Prichard James Carrel
From Rubye Wilson Prichard Willams (Ed Prichard's daughter):
James Prichard was in the Tennessee Infantry F 24. He was a sargeant wounded at Stone's River and captured at Missionary Ridge. He was taken to a prison camp in Rock Island (illinois) and retained 6 months. He was paroled from there to South Carolina and with General Johnston's army surrendered in 1865.
hnston's army
From Goodspeed’s Biographies for Smith County Tennessee
d’s Biographies for Smith County Tennessee
J. C. Prichard, a highly respectable farmer of the Ninth District, was born June 19, 1840, in Smith County, and the eldest of six children of William D. Rebecca (Malone) Prichard. Both parents were natives of Smith County, born in 1819 and 1822, respectively. The mother died May, 1865. The subject of this sketch received his education in his native county, and assisted his father on the farm until July, 1861, when he enlisted in Company F, Twenty-fourth Tennessee Infantry. He was sergeant of his company. He was wounded at the battle of Stone River, and captured at Missionary Ridge, taken to Rock Island and retained sixteen months; was then taken to Richmond, Va., and paroled. From there he went to South Carolina, and was with Gen. Johnston’s army at the time of surrender in 1865. The two following years he remained at home on the farm. February 20, 1867, he was wedded to Melissa, daughter of William and Elizabeth Lancaster. Mrs. Pritchard was born February 25, 1848. To this union seven children were born: Willie, John and James. Four died in infancy. Mrs. Pritchard is an estimable, intelligent woman, but has not yet connected herself with any church. Mr. Pritchard is a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian. He is a Democrat and gave his first presidential vote for Horace Greeley. August, 1876, he was elected justice of the peace, which office he still holds tot he entire satisfaction of all. He owns 390 acres of highly cultivated and productive soil, situated on Smith’s Fork, twelve miles from Alexandria, and thirteen miles southeast from Carthage; a portion of this property was inherited from his father-in-law.
wns 390
James Carrel Prichard advanced from Private to Sargeant in the Conferederate Army, 24th Tennessee, Company F. JC provided information and signed Pension requests for his brother-in-law William Riley Lamberson.


Note NI20980 :

Individuals : Smith William H.
Co D 8th Tenn Mtd Inf


Note NI21007 :

Individuals : Clifton Benjamin Calthorp
Benjamin was the son of Benjamin and Elizabeth Calthorp Clifton. He married Elinor Brent in 1681 and they had 8 children:
Benjamin Clifton 1682-1728
Elizabeth Clifton 1684-unknown
Thomas Clifton 1688-1724
John Clifton 1690-1706
Elinor Clifton 1692-1693
Samuel Clifton 1694-unknown
Richard Clifton 1697-1718
Barbara Clifton 1699-unknown
He is buried at Smith Cemetery in York County Virginia. The Cemetery was formerly known as Charles Parish Church.


Note NI21021 :

Individuals : Clifton Benjamin Thomas
Benjamin Thomas Clifton was born in Ravenscar, England in 1636. After immigrating to America, he married Elizabeth Calthorp in 1659. They had one son, Benjamin Calthorp Clifton, but she died less than five years later and her husband reportedly went back to England with his young son. They returned at some point because records show they were buried at the old Charles Parish Church Cemetery in York, Virginia.


Note NI21022 :

Individuals : Calthorp Elizabeth
Elizabeth Calthorp, the daughter of Christopher and Ann Calthorp, married Benjamin Thomas Clifton in the town of Poquoson Virginia in 1659. They only had one surviving son, Benjamin Calthorp Clifton and Elizabeth died in 1664. She is buried in the old Charles Church Cemetery.


Note NI21023 :

Individuals : Clifton Thomas Richard
Thomas Clifton I was born in Westby, Lancasshire, England in 1606. There are christening records from Brandsburton Church in Yorkshire that list his christening date as December 21, 1606. He married Ann Halsall, the daughter of Sir Cuthbart Halsall on November 11, 1624. At an unknown date, they immigrated to Newport, Rhode Island in the American Colonies. She died there in 1675 and he died in 1681. A lot of Clifton's claim Thomas as their ancestor through several other wives but my research shows it unlikely he had time to remarry and father 18 more children in the 6 years between his and Ann's deaths. - Ritter Family of America


Note NI21034 :

Individuals : Beveridge Robert M.
Emigration: To Illinois
1888 Midlothian, Scotland


Note NI21043 :

Individuals : Stringfellow Barbara Ann
Barbara Ann Fraser
Posted: Tuesday, July 22, 2008
GROOM - Barbara Ann Fraser, 70, died Saturday, July 19, 2008, in Amarillo.
n Amarillo.
Services will be at 3 p.m. today in First United Methodist Church in Groom with the Rev. Tom Moore and the Rev. Weldon Rives officiating. Burial will be in Groom Cemetery in Groom by Robertson Funeral Directors of Clarendon.
n Funeral Directors
Barbara was born July 8, 1938, in Boise City, Okla., to John D. and Mildred McDaniel Stringfellow. On Jan. 25, 1958, she married Clifford Fraser in Boise City.
58, she married Clifford
She had been a resident of Groom for many years. She had worked in the cafeteria at Groom schools for many years.

She was a member of First United Methodist Church in Groom, where she had taught Sunday school for approximately 40 years. She was very involved in the church and organized many church functions and activities.
involved in
She was preceded in death by her father and a nephew, Terry Payne.
Survivors include her husband, Clifford; her mother, Mildred Stringfellow of Boise City; two son, Rodney Fraser of Garland and Michael Fraser and wife of Amarillo; a daughter, Vicki Fraser of Amarillo; two sisters, Marilyn Payne of Boise City and Carol Stone of Beaumont; six grandchildren, Stephany Fraser, Kirsten Fraser, Tyler Fraser, Meganne Fraser, Teri Dennise Gaines and Gennie Gaines; and numberous special nieces and nephews.
aser, Kirsten Fraser, Tyler Fraser, Meganne
In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorials be to First United Methodist Church of Groom, 303 E. 2nd St., Groom, TX 79039.
of flowers, the family suggests memorials be to First United
Viewing will be from 11 a.m. until service time today at the church.
Amarillo Globe-News, July 22, 2008


Note NI21053 :

Individuals : Carter Charles
English: occupational name for a transporter of goods, Middle English cartere, from an agent derivative of Middle English cart(e) or from Anglo-Norman French car(e)tier, a derivative of Old French caret (see Cartier). The Old French word coalesced with the earlier Middle English word cart(e) ‘cart’, which is from either Old Norse kartr or Old English cræt, both of which, like the Late Latin word, were probably originally derived from Celtic


Note NI21064 :

Individuals : Andrews Ottis Clayton 'Bear'
Findagrave: Odis Clayton "Bear" Andrews


Note NI21066 :

Individuals : Driver Benjamin H.
Obituary from the August 17, 1978 issue
of The Record, Leitchfield, Kentucky
Benjamin Driver, 89, retired and a resident of Aid Acres Nursing Home passed away August 12, 1978 at the local hospital. / He was born July 3, 1889 in Lafayette, Tennessee the son of Elija and Margaret Meadow Driver. / Survivors include one daughter, Oneta Shaw, Leitchfield, one son, Chester Driver, Missouri, one brother Wesley Driver, Tennessee and one sister, Gertie Carter, also of Tennessee, 10 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren also survive. / Services were held August 14, 1978 at Enon Baptist Church, Lafayette, Tenn. with burial in the Church Cemetery under the direction of Dermitt Funeral Home-Leitchfield.


Note NI21079 :

Individuals : Biles Ovie Gertrude
Ovie Gertrude Morgan, age 79 of Hermitage, Tennessee and formerly of Lafayette, Tennessee passed away on Sunday afternoon, June 24, 2012 at Quality Care Health Center in Lebanon. Funeral Services for Ovie Gertrude Morgan were conducted on Tuesday, June 26 at 3 p.m. from the Enon Missionary Baptist Church with Elder J. E. Shoulders officiating. Serving as Pallbearers were, Robert Dunn, Darrin Roger, Billy King, Gary Lawson, Jeff Coleman, and Troy Coleman. Interment followed in the Enon Cemetery.
Ovie Gertrude Morgan was born October 19, 1932 to the late Carlos Roosevelt Biles and Hattie Adams Biles. She grew up on a farm in the Enon Community of Macon County, Tennessee.
Gertrude was married to Goree Welch Morgan, better known as "G.W.". They made a home and raised two daughters. Gertrude loved raising her girls and taking care of their home. She looked forward every year when it was time to work in her garden and start canning. In 1989 Gertrude lost the love of her life, when G.W. passed away.
Besides her husband and parents; daughter, Carolyn Morgan Soens, sons-in-law, Thomas R. Soens and Jimmy Baker, and brother -in-law, Herman Rush also preceded her in death.
She always made everyone feel welcome at her house. Gertrude cherished the time she shared with her family and especially the grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Gertrude loved visiting friends and going to family gatherings. Gertrude had a big heart and was always ready to help anyone that was in need. She also had a great love for animals, and enjoyed caring for them.
Gertrude was a collector of frog trinkets and Gertrude's favorite food was deep fried turkey.
She was saved as a young lady and enjoyed going to church. Gertrude joined Enon Missionary Baptist Church, where she remained a member.
She will be greatly missed by family and friends.
Gertrude is survived by: Daughter, Cathey Baker of Mt. Juliet, TN, Sister, Glenna Rush of Gamaliel, KY, Grandchildren, Robert (Cathey) Dunn of Lebanon, TN, Natasha (Darrin) Rogers of Mt. Juliet, TN, Charity Keith of Kansas, Elizabeth Dunn, and Donald (B. J.) Dunn all of Lebanon, TN, Great Grandchildren, Carolyn Dunn of Lebanon, TN, Jeffrey (Brandy) Leeman of North Carolina, Jennifer Leeman of Murfreesboro, TN, Adrianna Payton of Huntsville, AL, Cody Keith of Mt. Juliet, TN, several other Great Grandchildren also survive, and Special Neighbors, Charlotte and Jerry Powell.
Alexander Funeral Home, Directors, in charge of arrangements.
(615)666-2189 or


Note NI21128 :

Individuals : Morgan Charlie M.


Note NI21133 :

Individuals : Morgan John Howard
He was married three times. 1st to Nancy Ellen Holland-Dotson, 2nd to Willie Duffer (they had no children) and lastly Malinda Dora Fitts. (they had 8 children). He died Sept 8, 1918 in LaFayette.
918 in LaFayette.
Buried in the Morgan-Pirtle Cemetery, Macon County TN on Day's Cross
Road. (Vol. 1 Macon County, TN Cemeteries page 140, Morgan-Pirtle
Cemetery first district Map 60 parcel 15.00)


Note NI21137 :

Individuals : Morgan Clara
Inscription: She was the sunshine of our house


Note NI21138 :

Individuals : Belt Mary Jane
Note: Morgan Pirtle Cemetery located off of Day's Cross Road. Source cited In Vol. 1 Macon County, TN Cemeteries page 140, Morgan-Pirtle Cemetery first district Map 60 parcel 15.00. (Day's Cross Roads)


Note NI21140 :

Individuals : Morgan Samuel B.
Pvt US Army


Note NI21157 :

Individuals : Morgan Windel G.
Windel G. Morgan, 68, of 423 Main St., Red Boiling Springs, Tenn., died Feb. 11, 2003, at the Sumner Regional Medical Center in Gallatin, Tenn.
He was a retired machinist with Walker Forge, Racine, Wisc., with 14 years of service.
CONC years of service.
Born in Macon County, Tenn., he was a son of the late Charlie and Susie (Hix) Morgan.
1 CONC (Hix) Morgan.
Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Lynette and T.C. Carnahan, Lafayette, Tenn.; two sons, Ronnie and Michael Morgan, Red Boiling Springs, Tenn.; two sisters, Zelma Gentry and Dean Wright, and two brothers, Willard and Charles Morgan, all of Red Boiling Springs; and four grandchildren, Crystal and Brandi Morgan, Kelly Green and Ryan Carnahan.
ystal and Brandi Morgan, Kelly Green and Ryan
Burial was at the Whitley Cemetery.
al was at the Whitley Cemetery.
Family members and friends served as pallbearers.


Note NI21167 :

Individuals : Morgan Travis E.
Dr. Travis E. Morgan
May 30, 1927 - September 16, 2013
MORGAN, TRAVIS E., M.D. -age 86, of Knoxville passed away peacefully in his home on Monday, September 16, 2013. He was widely known for his stern countenance, dry wit, and ever-present bow tie. Travis was the last of five sons born to Clarence and Blanche Morgan. They lived on a small hillside farm in very rural Trousdale County where they raised tobacco.
very rural Trousdale County where they raised tobacco.
His life was the American Dream with very humble beginnings and a remarkable career following his 8 year attendance in a one-room school house. At age six, he decided to become a doctor and worked diligently to achieve that goal. He graduated from Hartsville High School in 1945 after holding many leadership positions and receiving honors including Salutatorian and Most Likely to Succeed.
nors including
Immediately following, Travis served with the Fifth Air Force Occupation of Japan stationed in Nagoya and was honorably discharged with the rank of Staff Seargent. He entered the University of Tennessee in 1948, completed his pre-medical studies, then entered U.T. Medical School in Memphis, where he graduated in 1952. Training continued in hospitals in Memphis; Lewisburg, TN; and Baton Rouge, LA. His residency in Urology was completed in 1959 at Tulane Charity Hospital in New Orleans, LA.
N; and Baton Rouge, LA. His residency in Urology was
Travis returned to Knoxville where he practiced Urology until he retired from medical practice in 1992. He was the senior founding partner of Urology Consultants of Knoxville. He and his beloved wife of 61 years, Margaret Wallace Morgan ("Margie") of Powell, TN had an exceptional marriage which began in December, 1952 and they raised their three children in Knoxville. Travis served as President of Knoxville Academy of Medicine, Chief of Staff at St. Mary's Medical Center, and Chairman of the Advisory Board for St. Mary's. He was a member of the Knoxville Academy of Medicine, Tennessee Medical Society, Southern Medical Society, and American Board of Urology. Travis was a long-term member of The Episcopal Church of the Ascension and served in various leadership roles including two terms as Junior and Senior Warden, Co-Chairman of the building committee for the present church building, and the Search Committees for rectors.
nd served in various leadership roles
His personal passions were gardening and traveling. Travis served as President of The Tennessee Rose Society and was a member of the American Orchid Society for years. Travis grew award-winning roses and orchids at his home. He and his wife Margie ultimately visited approximately 60 foreign countries and all 50 states in the USA.
member of the American
Travis leaves his wife Margie and children: Melissa M. Hutcheson (Rusty) and Travis E. Morgan, Jr. ("Chip"), all of Knoxville. He was preceded in death by his son Matthew W. Morgan (Patty) of Knoxville. His grandchildren are Ralph K. Hutcheson, III ("Kit") of Memphis, Morgan C. Hutcheson, Margaret K. Hutcheson ("Katy"), and Ty S. Morgan, all of Knoxville. He also leaves many nieces and nephews.
ONC death by his son Matthew W. Morgan (Patty) of Knoxville. His
The family wishes to extend a special thank you to their devoted family friend of 36 years Lucille Mapp, recent caregiver Brenda Hassler, and the staff at Clarity Pointe. Funeral service 1:00 p.m. Friday at The Episcopal Church of the Ascension with Reverend Dr. Howard J. Hess officiating. The family will receive friends following the service in the fellowship hall. Interment will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to Alzheimer's Association or a charity of your choice . Online condolences may be sent to Arrangements provided by Rose Mortuary Mann Heritage Chapel.Published in Knoxville News Sentinel on September 19, 2013
ill be private. In lieu of flowers, donations
Family links:
Clarence M. Morgan (1892 - 1971)
Blanche L. McClard Morgan (1892 - 1968)


Note NI21174 :

Individuals : Morgan Clarence M.
He was a member of Meadorville Church and ordained a minister in 1956.


Note NI21193 :

Individuals : Driver James Alford
Additional info:
Mother: first wife of Abraham, Nancy Doss Driver who died between 1849 and 1850?
NC and 1850?
James first wife was Mary Barbee, who was the mother of Sidney and Sarah M Driver.


Note NI21197 :

Individuals : Driver Charles
The initial part of the Driver genealogy is from Ron Massey. Other parts are from my wife's family and lost of info from the Underwood Cemetery in Macon Co., TN


Note NI21214 :

Individuals : Woodcock Thomas N. 'Tom'
Tom Woodcock, 70, Gamaliel, died April 12, 2003, at the Macon County General Hospital in Lafayette, Tenn.
He was a retired truck driver and a member of the Sadler's Chapel Methodist Church.
CONC Methodist Church.
Born in Macon County, on April 18, 1932, he was a son of the late Wiley N. and Erma (Jones) Woodcock and the husband of Helen Woodcock, who survives.
oodcock, who
Other than his wife, survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Rachel and Steve Cook, Lafayette; a brother, Calvin Woodcock, also of Lafayette; a granddaughter, Natosha Meador, and a great-grandchild, Sydney Trent.
Natosha Meador, and a great-grandchild, Sydney Trent.
A sister, Gladys Gass, preceded him in death.
m in death.
Burial was at the Sadler's Chapel Cemetery in Macon County.
con County.
Serving as pallbearers were Sean and Danny Woodcock, Jason Holland, Calvin York, Bryan Dyer and Travis Vinson.


Note NI21215 :

Individuals : Woodcock Wiley N.
Wiley was the son of Mark & Mary Woodcock. He and Erma Dell Jones were married Jan 7, 1918 in Macon Co, TN. He served in WWI in the 306th Infantry 77th Division. "They were the first American division composed of draftees to arrive in France in WWI landing in April 1918. They fought in the Battle of Chateau-Thierry July 18, 1918." from
ierry July 18, 1918." from
Family links:
Marcus J Woodcock (1867 - 1952)
Mary F. Woodcock (1869 - 1945)
ary F. Woodcock (1869 - 1945)
Erma Dell Woodcock (1897 - 1974)
ock (1897 - 1974)
Gladis Woodcock Gass (1918 - 1983)*
Calvin Woodcock (1920 - 2004)*
Thomas N. Woodcock (1932 - 2003)*
as N. Woodcock (1932 - 2003)*
TENNESSEE Pvt 306 Inf 77 Div


Note NI21216 :

Individuals : Jones Ema Dell
Erma Dell Woodcock
Residence: Gamaliel KY
Died: Monroe County War Memorial Hospital Monday, 6 May 1974, age 76
Daughter of the late William and Louella Mewdows Jones
Sons: Calvin of Route 4 Lafayatte TN and Tom of Route 1 Gamaliel
Daughter: Mrs Gladys Gass of Evansville IN
Sisters: Nettie Blankenship of Lafayette TN, Pet McPeak and Abby Cook, both of Fountain Run KY
Services: New Liberty Church, Wednesday 8 May 1974, 3 pm, Bro Horace Jenkins officiating, burial Corinth Cemetery.


Note NI21225 :

Individuals : Woodcock Katherine
Aunt Kate


Note NI21228 :

Individuals : Dyer Mary Ann
Mary Jenkins is reported in some records as Marcus' wife?? Maybe also??
Barry Woodcock Reports on GenForum:
I believe Marcus Jefferson Woodcock's parents are Joel Thomas Woodcock (Aug. 24, 1844 - March 2, 1921) and Susan Ann Dyer (daughter of James Tolbert Dyer and Mary Ann Hale). I don't have hard proof of this connection, rather it's an educated guess based on the evidence I have.
educated guess based on the evidence I have.
Joel Thomas is, of course, a son of Dr. Wiley H. Woodcock and Harriett Simmons.


Note NI21235 :

Individuals : Morgan Sarah L.
A source indicates the birthdate is Nov 4, 1864


Note NI21240 :

Individuals : Woodcock Luther
Luther moved to Columbia and then passed away.


Note NI21244 :

Individuals : Harpers Leland Clay 'Lela'
Leland C. Harper, born December 16, 1914, in Lafayette, Tennessee passed away Saturday, January 31, 2009 at Danville Regional Rehabilitation Center. He was 94. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife of 62 years, Hester L. (Hire) Harper. Leland retired from J& L Steel Company in 1976. He is survived by three children, Ann Roseman and husband Tom of Avon; Wayne Harper and wife Bonnie of Indianapolis, and Sheree Judd and husband David of Avon. he has seven grandchildren: Kerry Roseman, Kim Theiss, Kevin Harper, Delynn Davis, Ryan Harper, Jarod Stillwell, and Anthony Stillwell and 11 great-grand children. He has an extended family of five grandchildren.
He attended Lakeview Church in Indianapolis. Visitation will be 5-8pm Tuesday February 3 at Forest Lawn Funeral Home, 1977 South State Road 135, Greenwood, IN 46143. Funeral Service will be at 11am Wednesday, February 4th at the funeral home. Burial will be at Forest Lawn Memory Gardens


Note NI21247 :

Individuals : Harpers Neal
Died of TB, moved to Oklahoma til he died.


Note NI21248 :

Individuals : Walker Lilye Anna
Some family sources said her name was Edith.


Note NI21260 :

Individuals : Morgan Zora E.


Note NI21265 :

Individuals : Jenkins Pauline
Inscription: In Loving Memory


Note NI21277 :

Individuals : Russell Pauline Frances
Pauline Frances Kirby, age 86, of Lafayette, TN, passed away on Monday, June 09, 2008 at the Macon County General Hospital.
Pauline Frances Kirby was born on Friday, October 28, 1921 in Macon County, TN, one of four siblings to the late Edgar and Ollie Goad Russell.
nd Ollie Goad Russell.
On December 6, 1941, Pauline was married to Bee Bernal Kirby, sharing forty-six years of marriage and six children; he preceded her in death on April 15, 1988.
ath on
Besides her husband and parents; brothers, Garfield Russell, Lutrell Russell, and sister, Nell Russell Smith, preceded her in death. Pauline worked as a cook for the Macon County General Hospital before retiring. She was a member of the Lafayette Church of Christ.
She is survived by; sons, Paul (Linda) Kirby, Donnie (Jo Linda) Kirby, Gary (Laura) Kirby, Charlie (Carol) Kirby, and Barry Kirby, daughter, Janie (Walter) Buckingham all of Lafayette, TN, twelve Grandchildren, and 8 great-grandchild
NC Janie (Walter) Buckingham all of Lafayette, TN, twelve Grandchildren, and
Rusty Kirby, Kevin Kirby, Kobee Kirby, Corey Kirby, Keith Kirby, Daniel Cook, Chad Wheat, and Steven Walker Jr. served as pallbearers.
Wheat, and Steven Walker Jr. served as pallbearers.
Burial was in the Macon County Memorial Gardens


Note NI21279 :

Individuals : Kirby Janie Carol
A baby girl, named Janie Carol Kirby was born in Lafayette, Tennessee on August 3, 1949 to the proud parents Bee Bernal Kirby and Pauline Frances Russell Kirby.
Being raised among five brothers and Janie learned to stand her ground, when necessary.
Janie was preceded in death by her parents, Bee and Pauline Kirby and brother, Gary Kirby.
As a young lady, Janie was married to the love of her life Walter Buckingham, Jr. sharing forty-four wonderful years together. They started a home and raised two daughters, Lisa and Connie, which they loved dearly.
Janie and Walter loved to travel. Sometimes they would take off driving, just the two of them, site seeing and enjoying each other's company.
Janie was a homemaker and loved babysitting children in her home. She liked working and piddling on their farm and mowing her yard.
Janie was a member of Lafayette Church of Christ.
She was a sweet and loving wife, mother, and grandmother, who spent her life seeing to the needs of her family.
On Sunday, July 14, 2013, at the age of 63, the Lord called Janie to her new home. She will be deeply missed by her family and all who knew and loved her.
Funeral services for Janie Buckingham were conducted Friday at 11 am from the Chapel of Alexander Funeral Home with Jerry Mercer officiating. Rusty Kirby, Kevin Kirby, Keith Kirby, Kobee Kirby, Daniel Cook, Corey Kirby, Kent Carter, Jeffrey Gerkin, Josh Swindle, and Daniel Kelley served as Pallbearers. Interment followed in the Macon County Memorial Gardens.
Janie is survived by; Husband, Walter Buckingham, Jr. of Lafayette, TN, Daughters and Sons-in-law, Lisa Diane (Chad) Wheat of Gallatin, TN, Connie Lynn (Steven) Walker of Hartsville, TN, Step-Granddaughter, MaKayla Ryan Walker of Gallatin, TN, Grandchildren, Taylor Paige Walker of Hartsville, TN, Sean Alexander Wheat and Austin Cole Wheat both of Gallatin, TN, Brothers, Paul (Linda) Kirby, Donnie (JoLinda) Kirby, Charlie (Carol) Kirby, and Barry (Melanie) Kirby, and Sister-in-law, Laura Kirby all of Lafayette, TN, several nieces, nephews, great nieces, and one great nephew, also survive.
Alexander Funeral Home, Directors, in charge of arrangements.
(615)666-2189 or


Note NI21280 :

Individuals : Kirby Gary Wayne
Gary Wayne Kirby, age 60 of Lafayette, Tennessee passed away following a long battle with cancer on Saturday morning, May 12, 2012 at his residence. Funeral services for Gary Kirby are scheduled to be conducted on Monday, May 14, at 3 p.m. from the Chapel of the Alexander Funeral Home with Jerry Mercer officiating. Rusty Kirby, Jeff Gerkin, Kevin Kirby, Kent Carter, Corey Kirby, Josh Swindle, Keith Kirby, Daniel Cook, Chad Wheat, and Steve Walker served as Pallbearers. Interment will follow in the Macon County Memorial Gardens.
Gary was born on February 3, 1952 in Lafayette, Tennessee to the late Bee Bernal Kirby and Pauline Frances Russell Kirby. There was one daughter and five sons born to this union.
He married the former Laura Lee Morgan on November 28, 1974, sharing thirty-seven years together. They raised a son, Kobee and a daughter, Katie. Their marriage was built on companionship and a great love for each other. He was a very caring and devoted father.
Transporting was Gary's main occupation for over twenty-six years. Having his own truck enabled him to pace his time and travels on the road. Farming was his second occupation. Gary worked on his farm weekends and in his spare time.
Gary loved riding horses, especially quarter horses and barrel horses. He had acquired a herd of horses and cattle over the years.
He was a member of the Lafayette Church of Christ.
Gary was a jokester and a prankster, who enjoyed socializing and being around people. Everyone loved to be around Gary and knew him as a great friend.
The family would like to express their deepest thanks to special friend and caregiver Ms. Tammy Wilmore, for without her help it would not have been possible to take care of Gary at his home. Gary will be greatly missed by his family and all who knew and loved him.
Gary is survived by; Wife, Laura Morgan Kirby, Son, Kobee Kirby, Daughter, Katie Kirby, Brothers and Sisters-in-law, Paul and Linda Kirby, Donnie and Jo Linda Kirby, Charlie and Carol Kirby, and Barry Kirby, Sister and Brother-in-law, Janie and Walter Buckingham all of Lafayette, TN, Special friend and caregiver, Tammie Wilmore, and several nieces and nephews also survive.
Alexander Funeral Home, Directors, in charge of arrangements.
(615)666-2189 or

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