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Note NI26181 :

Individuals : Gammon Roxie Mae
Roxie Mae Gammon Craft, 88, of Bowling Green, passed away at 2:40 p.m. Nov. 13, 2013, at her residence.
dence.
The Macon County, Tenn., native was born Feb. 26, 1925, to the late George W. and Paggie Shrum Gammon and was preceded in death by her husband, Sydney H. Craft; her daughter, Jean Jones; two brothers, P.W. and David Gammon; and a sister, Olvie Irene Bilbrey. She was employed by Union Underwear for 37 years and was a member of Three Springs Baptist Church.
years and was a member of Three Springs Baptist
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Old Union Baptist Church Cemetery.
nion Baptist
Survivors include a son, Phil Ausbrooks of Bowling Green; a sister, Connie Childers and husband, Larry, of Bowling Green; caretaker and friend Delton Ragan of Bowling Green; two grandsons, Jason Ausbrooks of Morgantown and Tim Jones and Sue of Bowling Green; three stepchildren, Roger Craft and Eugene Craft and his wife, Triva, and Lawanda and Leo Merideth; and several nieces and nephews.

 

Note NI26183 :

Individuals : Craft Sydney H
Inscription:
PFC US Army
World War II

 

Note NI26191 :

Individuals : Cox Warren C.
Nelson McDonald Cem. Macon Co., Tn.
1093
[Cothern.FTW]
rn.FTW]
tombstone pictureInscription:
CO. I, 9 KY. INF.

 

Note NI26196 :

Individuals : Craft Roxie Mae
Roxie Mae Gammon Craft, 88, of Bowling Green, passed away at 2:40 p.m. Nov. 13, 2013, at her residence.
dence.
The Macon County, Tenn., native was born Feb. 26, 1925, to the late George W. and Paggie Shrum Gammon and was preceded in death by her husband, Sydney H. Craft; her daughter, Jean Jones; two brothers, P.W. and David Gammon; and a sister, Olvie Irene Bilbrey. She was employed by Union Underwear for 37 years and was a member of Three Springs Baptist Church.
years and was a member of Three Springs Baptist
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Old Union Baptist Church Cemetery.
nion Baptist
Survivors include a son, Phil Ausbrooks of Bowling Green; a sister, Connie Childers and husband, Larry, of Bowling Green; caretaker and friend Delton Ragan of Bowling Green; two grandsons, Jason Ausbrooks of Morgantown and Tim Jones and Sue of Bowling Green; three stepchildren, Roger Craft and Eugene Craft and his wife, Triva, and Lawanda and Leo Merideth; and several nieces and nephews.

 

Note NI26198 :

Individuals : White Doris Faye
Paul "P.W." Gammon, 73, of Bowling Green died at 1:48 p.m. Oct. 22, 2001, at The Medical Center.
enter.
The Macon County, Tenn., native was a retired mechanic for the Kentucky State Highway Department, a Korean War Army veteran and a member of Fairview Memorial Missionary Baptist Church. He was a son of the late George Gammon and Paggie Shrum Gammon and husband of the late Doris White Gammon.
Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Friday at J.C. Kirby & Son Funeral Home, Lovers Lane chapel, with burial in Fairview Cemetery. Visitation will be from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.
Survivors include two daughters, Paula Richey and Brenda Morrison, both of Bowling Green; two sons, Terry Gammon of Bowling Green and Gary Gammon of Rockfield; three sisters, Irene Bilbrey, Roxie Craft, and Connie Childers, all of Bowling Green; 23 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

 

Note NI26225 :

Individuals : Herald Ezma
Ezma Trammel, 78, of Macon County, Tenn., died Sept. 29, 1988 at the Allen County war Memorial Hospital.
pital.
The Macon County native was a housewife.
housewife.
She was a daughter of the late Noah and Lydia Blankenship Herald.
hip Herald.
Survivors include her husband, Arthur Trammel;
ur Trammel;
two sons, Willard Trammel of Glasgow and Orbin Trammel of Scottsville;
cottsville;
one daughter, Lois Oliver of Scottsville;
cottsville;
one brother, W.L. Herald of Scottsville;
cottsville;
one sister, Liza Keene of Nortonville;
ortonville;
three grandchildren and one great grandchild.

 

Note NI26227 :

Individuals : Trammel Arthur Obin
Arthur Orbin Trammel, 78, of Westmoreland, Tenn., died May 17, 1989, at Allen County War Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness.
lness.
The Sumner County, Tenn., native was a retired farmer.
red farmer.
He was the husband of the late Ezma Herald Trammel and a son of the late Bob and Evelena Hickman Trammel.
elena Hickman Trammel.
Survivors include one daughter, Louise Oliver of Scottsville;
cottsville;
two sons, Willard Trammel of Glasgow and Orbin Trammel of Scottsville;
cottsville;
one brother, Gilbert Trammel of Scottsville;
cottsville;
one stepbrother, Murl Williams of Nashville;
Nashville;
three grandchildren and one great grandchild
grandchild
CONT
Family links:
Parents:
Robert Bruce Trammell (1883 - 1971)
Everlener Hickman Trammell (1880 - 1930)

 

Note NI26234 :

Individuals : Pardue James M
Funeral of: James M. Pardue
Birth: Sep. 12, 1842
Died: May 18, 1914
Burial: May 19, 1914, Bethpage
Age: 71
Sex: male
Nationality: white
Married: yes
Place of death: Bransford, Tenn.
Physician: Dr. J. B. Head
Funeral from: Baptist Church
Services held at: Baptist Church, Bransford
Conducted by: Bro. Hawkins

 

Note NI26236 :

Individuals : Cothron Isaac Livingston 'Ike'
No Marker
Ike was married to Mary Jane "Molly" Story, daughter of William R. Story and Martha Ann Ball, on 10 Sept 1882 1595

 

Note NI26242 :

Individuals : Cothron Sarah Jane
1588

 

Note NI26283 :

Individuals : Goodwin H. Clyde
Goodwin - Graves County, KY
1940 US Census
s
Claude Goodwin, born 1907
Estellar Goodwin, born 1909
Fred Goodwin, born 1905
H C Goodwin, born 1890
Hartwell Goodwin, born 1918
J C Goodwin, born 1886
Jeon Marie Goodwin, born 1932
M Viola Goodwin, born 1874
Maude Goodwin, born 1891
Myrtle Goodwin, born 1911
Nettie Goodwin, born 1891
Norman Goodwin, born 1918
Robert Goodwin, born 1915
W C Goodwin, born 1921
Waldro Goodwin, born 1930
Wane Goodwin, born 1875

 

Note NI26289 :

Individuals : Sloan Louisa B. 'Lula'
Daughter of James Gray & Hannah Frances (Cothron) Sloan married Sept. 17, 1908, in Macon County, TN
ty, TN
Mrs.Lula Meador, aged 73 years, died at her home in the Siloam section of this county on Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock. Death was attributed to a stroke of paralysis which occured early Tuesday morning. She was the widow of the late Lambert Meador, who died nearly 20 years ago. She leaves one son Delbert Meador, of Siloam; one daughter, Mrs. Oma Dell Jones of the Fairview section; six grandchildren, and one great-grandchild
Funeral services were held at Eulia General Baptist church at two o'clock Wednesday afternoon, followed with burial in the church cemetery. The deceased was a professed Christian although she was not identified with any church. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Grey Sloan, and was born and raised in the Green Grove section. Elders F. W. Lambert and Claudie Miller were in charge of the service.
(Obit from Macon County Times June 10, 1954)

 

Note NI26290 :

Individuals : Sloan James Gray
1656

 

Note NI26291 :

Individuals : Cothron Hannah Frances
Green Grove Cem
1655

 

Note NI26301 :

Individuals : Cothron Sarah Alice
2998

 

Note NI26302 :

Individuals : Cothron Lambert A.
The death angel came into the home of L. A. Cothron on the night of July 7th at 9 o'clock and received him in his arms. He was born June 14, 1848 and was 76 years of age, and is known throughout the adjoining counties. He was the son of D. A. and Manervia Elizabeth Cothron. While we are lonesome and grieved and his face we can not see, happy in heaven we wish him to be.
Mr. Cothron was married twice first to Sidney Jane Creasy and last to Liddie Jane Dillard ten years ago. He is survived by his wife and one daughter, Mrs. Joe T. Byrns, one sister and two brothers, Ike and Charley, 14 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Interment was made at the family graveyard at Charlie Cothron's near Hartsville.

 

Note NI26303 :

Individuals : Creasy Sidney Jane 'Sid'
1596

 

Note NI26305 :

Individuals : Perdue Lydia Jane 'Sis'
1597

 

Note NI26314 :

Individuals : Perdue Susie Ercie
Funeral services for Ercie Harper Gettings, age 100, a resident of the Medco Center of Franklin, KY and formerly of Lafayette, TN were conducted Sunday, June 25, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. from the chapel of the Phillip Anderson Funeral Home in Lafayette, TN with Elder Ricky Huff officiating. Interment followed in the Cold Springs Cemetery. Her grandsons served as pallbearers.
Mrs. Gettings passed away Thursday morning, June 22, 2006 at the Medco Center of Franklin.
A native of Macon County, the daughter of the late Marlin Wade "Dink" and Amanda Jane Bandy Perdue. She was married to Willie Harper, who preceded her in death. She later married Amos Gettings who also preceded her in death. Besides her husband and parents, she was also preceded in death by her son Jack Harper, granddaughter, Suzanne Fly, brother Charlie Perdue, half-brother, Hubert Perdue and half-sister, Myrtie Hopkins. She was a homemaker and a member of the Pleasant Hill General Baptist Church.
Survivors include; daughters; Willie Mae (Henry) Edwards. Lafayette, TN., Margaret (David) Huff, Louisville, KY., grandsons; Randell (Sandy) Ventress, Goodlettsville, TN., Jackie (Lori) Ventress, Castorville TX., Elder Ricky (Bernice) Huff, Scottsville, KY, Ronnie (Sherri) Huff, Louisville, KY, Jackie Wayne Harper, Mt. Juliet, TN., 13 great-grandchildren.

 

Note NI26315 :

Individuals : Getting Amos
Ky Pvt Co G 120 Inf W.W. II

 

Note NI26326 :

Individuals : Meador Martha Izette
Mother of
Flora Emaline Law
James Woodford Law
Millie Frances Law
Lucinda Hester Law
Ellis Zebbedee Law
Calperna Elizabeth Law
Fletcher Law

 

Note NI26336 :

Individuals : Meador Jobe
Son of Joel Sr. & Susannah Clark. Husband of Martha D. Wood married Nov. 17, 1785 in Bedford County, VA. Father of Ephraim M., Ambrose C., Deaton, Joel Joseph, Millie, Mary, Clarissa, Martha "Patsy", William Anderson, Elizabeth A. & Joseph Meador.
At the time of Jobe's death he would have been living in Smith Co., Tennessee. In 1842, this area became part of Macon County, Tennessee

 

Note NI26337 :

Individuals : Meador Jonas
Jonas MEADOR b: 1698 in Essex, VA d. 1768 in Cumberland VA m. 1721 in Cumberland, VA to Frances Hudgens Meador (1702 in Franklin Co VA d. 10/17/1774 in Cumberland Co, VA)
umberland Co, VA)
In 1751 Jonas and Frances were in Cumberland County, Virginia at the head of Deep and Muddy Creek, six miles north east of the county seat. At his death he owned 630 acres of land. Some of his children preceeded him into Cumberland County and two followed, Joel and Jonas, Jr. The will of Jonas is in Will Book #1, page 361 Circuit Court, Cumberland County, Virginia. His will was dated May 5, 1768 and was probated August 23, 1768. In his will he named his wife and only his sons.
In Frances' will she named all of the children. Her will was probated September 25, 1780, Will Book #2, 1769-92, pp. 966-7. She gave her side saddle to her granddaughter Ann Meador and a heifer to Rosanna Meador, daughter of Joel and Susannah Clark. Jason and Job moved to Anson County, NC.
a heifer to Rosanna Meador,
Source: Cumberland County, Virginia Historical Society; pgs 154 & 155 Will of Frances Meador
Abstracts of Cumerland County, Virginia
Will Books 1 and 2 1749-1782 pg 69
155
page 266: Will of Frances Meador, dated 17 August 1774, Pro 25 September 1780. Daughter Ann (?); grandaughter Rosannah Meadow; my children, Joel Meador, Mary Holland, Frances Holloway, John Meador, Josiah Meador, Jehu Meador and Jesse Meador. WIT: John Atkinson, Josiah Robertson and Meatha Meador. Samuel Holloway and Simon Gentry were security for Jehu.
page 269: Appraisal of estate of Frances Meador. Court
WIT: John Atkinson, Josiah Robertson and Meatha
Children:
1. Jonas B. MEADOR
2. Mary MEADOR HOLLAND
3. Frances MEADOR HOLLOWAY
4. John M. MEADOR
5. Josiah MEADOR
6. Joel Meador
7. Jehu MEADOR
8. Jesse MEADOR
9. Joab MEADOR
ADOR HOLLAND
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
The family of Jonas & wife Frances became known as the 7 J family, the names of all their sons were Biblical names beginning with the letter J.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
++++++++++++++++++++
Family links:
Parents:
John M. Meador (1658 - 1721)
Mary Francis Awbrey Meador (1665 - 1721)
re Biblical names beginning with the letter J.
Spouse:
Frances Hudgens Meador (1702 - 1774)
T Family links:
Children:
Joel W. Meador (1726 - 1798)*
Josiah Francis Meadows (1738 - 1836)*
(1665 - 1721)
Siblings:
Thomas Meador (1680 - 1758)**
Jonas Meador (1700 - 1768)
Jason Meador (1704 - 1774)*

 

Note NI26339 :

Individuals : Meador Ambrose C.
Exact location of grave unknown, marked with a fieldstone, Ambrose served as a private in Capt. Anthony Metcalf's Company during the War of 1812. He volunteered for service in Dixon Springs, Smith Co., Tennessee and served from 28 Sept 1814 until he was discharged at New Orleans on 27 April 1815. He participated in the Battle of New Orleans.(24 Dec 1814-8 Jan 1815)
He is described in his wife's widow's pension record as: 5 Feet 7 inches tall, dark hair, blue eyes and fair complexion
7 inches
Parents:
Jobe Meador (1764 - 1839)
Martha D. Wood Meador (1769 - ____)
CONT Jobe Meador (1764 - 1839)
Spouse:
Martha Turner Meador (1795 - 1889)
1 CONT Spouse:
Children:
Wilson Ephraim Meador (1830 - 1875)*
Bethany Elizabeth Meador Meador (1834 - 1913)*
Timothy Turner Meador (1836 - 1918)*
eador Meador (1834 - 1913)*
Siblings:
Ephraim Hiriam Meador (1787 - 1852)*
Ambrose Meador (1791 - 1861)
Deaton Meador (1793 - 1850)*
Mildred Meador Donoho (1794 - 1834)*
Joel Joseph Meador (1795 - 1861)*
Clarissa Meador Simmons (1801 - 1877)*
Martha Meador Simmons (1806 - 1865)*
William Anderson Meador (1811 - 1882)*
Elizabeth A. Meador (1813 - 1894)*

 

Note NI26371 :

Individuals : Driver Blon
Macon County Times - Lafayette, TN
July 25, 2011
1
Blon Driver, Jr., age 79, of Manchester, WI, was called home to be with his Lord on Tuesday, July 12, 2011 at Aurora VNA Zilber Family Hospice in Wauwatosa, WI surrounded by his loving family.
surrounded by his loving family.
Blon was born on March 31, 1932, the son of Blon J. and Pauline (Bohanon) Driver, Sr. He grew up farming in Lafayette, TN with his father and two brothers and graduated from Macon County High School in 1951. In December of 1952 he entered the Army with basic training in Fort Lee, VA, serving 13 months in France and completing his service in December of 1954 as a Corporal, receiving the National Defense Service Medal.

In 1953 Blon was united in marriage to Judith Karberg. They had two daughters, Lea Ann and Jody, and made their home in Hales Corners, WI. Judith passed away in 1970.
Lea Ann and Jody, and made their home in Hales Corners, WI.
Blon enjoyed a lifelong career in electrical sales. He began his 28 year career with General Electric in 1955, followed by a 15 year career with Midwestern Electric.
1955, followed by a 15 year career with
In 1971, Blon was united in marriage to Sandra Radtke. In retirement he and Sandra relocated from Greenfield, WI to Manchester where he joined St. Paul's Lutheran Church and enjoyed volunteering at the Manchester Activity Center and their brat frys. He also enjoyed spending time with the GE Quarter Century Club, the Manchester Senior Citizens, listening to country gospel music and cheering the Packers on with family and friends.
listening to
Blon is survived by Sandra; two daughters; Lea Ann (Michael) Tiskus of West Allis, WI and Jody Brooks of Franksville, WI; four grandchildren; Nicole Tiskus of Cudahy, WI, Megan (Frank) Demopoulos of Oswego, IL, Jordan Brooks of Tinker Air Force Base in Oklahoma and Alexander Brooks of Racine, WI; three great grandchildren; Michael Tiskus of Cudahy, WI and Kalliopie and Amalia Demopoulos of Oswego, IL; two brothers; James (Dixie) Driver of Indianapolis, IN and Larry (Brenda) Driver of Lebanon, TN. He is further survived by his uncle; Glenn (Ruth) Driver of Indianapolis, IN; his sister-in-law Ardell (Walter) Ross of Manchester, WI, numerous nieces and nephews, great nieces and nephews, cousins and many relatives and dear friends.
1 CONC Indianapolis, IN; his sister-in-law Ardell (Walter) Ross of Manchester,
He was preceded in death by his mother and father; his step-mother, Jessie (Driver) Driver; his first wife, Judith Karberg; his grandson, Adam Brooks; seven uncles and one aunt.
Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 16, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, with Rev. Michael Plagenz officiating. Interment followed in Markesan Memorial Cemetery, Markesan, WI with Military Honors provided by the American Legion, Abendroth-Connolly Post 282 of Markesan, WI.

 

Note NI26377 :

Individuals : Brooks Jennie
Name: Jennie Bohanon
[Jennie Brooks]
Birth Date: 13 Mar 1892
Birth Place: Kentucky
Age: 56
Death Date: 30 Dec 1948
Death Place: Macon, Tennessee
Burial Date: 31 Dec 1948
Burial Place: Macon Co, Tennessee
Cemetery Name: Underwood
Gender: Female
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Street Address: Rt 2
Residence Place: Ft RI??, KY
Occupation: Housewife
Father's Name: Enoch Brooks
Mother's Name: Isabelle Creek
Spouse's Name: HenryBohanon

 

Note NI26380 :

Individuals : Brooks Sarah A.
She probably was born about
1860 as she was 20 in 1880. The census shows her to be 20 married to Enick age 32 and
son Henry age 2. Enoch re married in 1884 to Margaret Isabelle Creek and had several
more children before he died in 1896. His widow, Belle , is shown on the 1900 census for
Puncheon , Allen Co., Ky with Sarah's son Henry and 6 more of Belle and Enoch's
children.
Enoch is buried in the Roark Cemetery with his second wife, Belle. His memorial # is
69094530 if you would be so kind as to link him to Sarah.

 

Note NI26382 :

Individuals : Bohanon Cora Ellie
8565

 

Note NI26386 :

Individuals : Driver Willie Earl
Nera Pearl and her twin brother Willie Earl are buried together and share a headstone. Willie died on the date of birth, Nera lived 18 days.

 

Note NI26394 :

Individuals : White Bethenia Ann
Bethenia Ann White Perrigo/Perigo/Pedigo Driver was first married to Thomas David Harrison Perrigo born abt 1827-1837 died 2/9/1867. They had three children, Andrew Washington, Sarah Elizabeth and Lorrinda? Perrigo. I have posted the online death certificate for Sarah Elizabeth Pedigo/Perrigo/Perigo Stinson which shows her parents to be Harrison Perigo and Bethanie White.
Bethenia married James Driver 11/13/1

 

Note NI26395 :

Individuals : Law Louisa A.
Second wife of Abraham Driver.

 

Note NI26407 :

Individuals : Perrigo Andrew Washington
Son of Thomas David Harrison Pedigo/Perrigo/Perigo born 1827-1837 died 2/9/1867. Married Eva Massey, Parents, of Donnie Roy, Dessie C, Dewey Clyde, Dossie Perrigo Jones,

 

Note NI26430 :

Individuals : Driver Burford Wilson
8552

 

Note NI26443 :

Individuals : Adams Celie Mae
T.W. Crow and Son Funeral Home
March 30, 2010
0
Celie Mae Stinson age 92, of Scottsville died Monday March 22, 2010at Knollwood Manor in Lafayette TN.
Manor in Lafayette TN.
The Macon County Tn. native was the daughter of the late Samuel Salathiel Adams and Vergie Bell Bohanan Adams and the wife of the late Cortez Earl Stinson. She is preceded in death by one son James
Earl Stinson and one daughter Clara Mae Stinson, two sisters Flaura Ford and Beatrice Doss, two brothers Uel Adams and Hazel Adams.
rice Doss, two brothers Uel Adams and Hazel Adams.
She is survived by two sisters Georgia Woods and Lois Dallas both of Lafayette TN.
1 CONC Lafayette TN.
Visitation will begin at 1:00 PM Tuesday March 23, 2010 at the T.W. Crow and Son Funeral Home.
and Son Funeral Home.
Funeral Services will be Wednesday March 24, 2010 at 2:00 PM at the T.W. Crow and Son Funeral Home with burial in the Underwood Cemetery.

 

Note NI26455 :

Individuals : Stinson Clara Mae
T.W. Crow and Son Funeral Home
March 30, 2010
0
Celie Mae Stinson age 92, of Scottsville died Monday March 22, 2010at Knollwood Manor in Lafayette TN.
Manor in Lafayette TN.
The Macon County Tn. native was the daughter of the late Samuel Salathiel Adams and Vergie Bell Bohanan Adams and the wife of the late Cortez Earl Stinson. She is preceded in death by one son James
Earl Stinson and one daughter Clara Mae Stinson, two sisters Flaura Ford and Beatrice Doss, two brothers Uel Adams and Hazel Adams.
rice Doss, two brothers Uel Adams and Hazel Adams.
She is survived by two sisters Georgia Woods and Lois Dallas both of Lafayette TN.
1 CONC Lafayette TN.
Visitation will begin at 1:00 PM Tuesday March 23, 2010 at the T.W. Crow and Son Funeral Home.
and Son Funeral Home.
Funeral Services will be Wednesday March 24, 2010 at 2:00 PM at the T.W. Crow and Son Funeral Home with burial in the Underwood Cemetery.

 

Note NI26457 :

Individuals : Driver James Calson
Alexander Funeral Home
May 6, 2010
0
JAMES CALSON DRIVER, age 76 of the Akersville Community in Allen County, KY passed away May 4, 2010 at the University Medical Center in Lebanon.
cal Center in Lebanon.
Funeral services for James Calson Driver were conducted Friday, May 7, 2010 at
7,
3 p.m. from the Chapel of Alexander Funeral Home with Elder Henry Smith officiating. Dr. Floyd Reid, Tony Brooks, Terry Qualls, Erie Brooks, Michael Tucker, and Justin Gilmore served as pallbearers. Interment followed in the Underwood Cemetery.
rers. Interment
He was born in Allen County, Kentucky on August 1, 1933 to the late Clarence Edward and Pernie Edna Slayton Driver. Besides his parents; brother, Clarence Jackson Driver, and infant sister, Mildred Catherine Driver, also preceded him in death.
river, and infant sister, Mildred Catherine
James worked as a trucker for the Vernie Bohanon Saw-Mill, Merchants, Manning Motors, and Bowling Green Express. He was a member of the Teamsters Union and retired in 1987. He enjoyed working outside and riding his farm tractor. James loved his family and not having any children of his own claimed his nephew and nieces like they were his. He was saved in his later years and was of the Baptist Belief. James was a member of the Hillsdale #664 Masonic Lodge F&AM and the Carthage Benevolant Masonic Lodge #14 F&AM. He will be greatly missed by his loving family and all who knew him.
AM and the Carthage
He is survived by; sister, Joyce and husband E.C. Lankford of Lafayette, TN, nephew, Troy Lankford of Lafayette, TN, nieces, Deana Videz of Oklahoma, Phyllis Strout of Scottsburg, AL, and Myra Blount of Nashville, TN, three great-nephews, three great- nieces, two great-great-nephews, two great-great-nieces, and many, many, friends; also survive.
yra Blount of Nashville,
Arrangements by the Alexander Funeral Home
ces, two great-great-nephews,
CONC two great-great-nieces, and many, many, friends; also survive.
Burial:
Underwood Cemetery
Macon County
Tennessee, USA
1 CONT
Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]
emetery
Created by: Ted Butler
Record added: May 05, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 52040867

 

Note NI26465 :

Individuals : Hale Lillie Ruth
Name: Lille Ruth Driver
Residence: Bowling Green, KY
Died: Wednesday, 10 February 1999, Medical Center, Bowling Green, KY, age 85.
Born: Allen Co KY
Occupation: Homemaker
Church: Rough Hill Baptist in Macon Co TN
Daughter of: Joe Cyrus Hale and Bessie Smith Hale, decd.
Widow of: Willie Driver
Survivors:
Daughter: Sherry Driver Hooks, Bowling Green
Sister: Nettie Hall
Brother: R P Hale, both of Sullivan, IN
2 grandchildren
Services: 10 am Saturday, 13 February 1999, Alexander Funeral Home in Lafayette, TN, burial in the Underwood Cemetery in Macon Co TN.

 

Note NI26473 :

Individuals : Driver Wilson Nathaniel 'Bud'
8542

 

Note NI26474 :

Individuals : Wooten Nancy E. 'Nan'
8548

 

Note NI26476 :

Individuals : Driver Nera Pearl
Nera Pearl and her twin brother Willie Earl are buried together and share a headstone. Willie died on the date of birth, Nera lived 18 days.

 

Note NI26479 :

Individuals : Napier John Patrick
U.S., Civil War Pension Index: General Index to Pension Files, 1861-1934 about John P Napier
Name: John P Napier
State Filed: Kentucky
Widow: Martha E Napier
Roll number: T288_344
1 CONT Roll number: T288_344
U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865 about John P. Napier
Name: John P. Napier
Side: Union
Regiment State/Origin: Kentucky
Regiment Name: 52 Kentucky Infantry
Regiment Name Expanded: 52nd Regiment, Kentucky Infantry
Company: C
Rank In: Private
Rank In Expanded: Private
Rank Out: Private
Rank Out Expanded: Private
Film Number: M386 roll 20

 

Note NI26499 :

Individuals : Driver Carl Cleon
Carl Cleon Driver,
CONT
age 81, of the Akersville Community, died Saturday, May 8, 1999 at University Medical Center in Lebanon, TN. He was born Saturday, October 20, 1917, in Macon County, TN, a son of the late Burl Driver and Victoria Doss Driver, and was a member of Akersville Baptist Church. He was a barber for many years, having formerly operated a barber shop in LaFayette, and barbered from his home on Thursday nights. He was a carpenter and a retired school bus driver for the Macon County School System and the Allen County Board of Education. Carl was a bass singer for the Christianaires Quartet for 30 years. On February 2, 1936, he was married to Genie Jones Driver, who died March 1, 1984.
years. On February 2, 1936, he was
Survivors include three daughters and two sons-in-law; Lillian Maurice and Donald Roark and Glenna Mitchell Driver, all of the Akersville Community; Mary Levy and Melburn Cothron, Dixon Springs, TN; one sister, Oneda Jent, Indianapolis, IN; three brothers, Eatol Driver, Russellville, KY; Merlin Driver, LaFayette, TN; Glenn Driver, Indianapolis, IN; five grandchildren, Larry Cothron, Shelbyville, TN; Troy Cothron, Dixon Springs, TN; Connie Shrum, Tim Roark, and Donna Dotts, all of LaFayette, TN and ten great grandchildren. In addition to his wife and parents he was also preceded in death by two brothers, Blon Driver and Billy Driver.
1 CONC TN and ten great grandchildren. In addition to his wife and parents he
Funeral services were conducted 2:00 pm, Monday, May 10, 1999 at the Akersville Baptist Church with Rev. Henry Smith officiating. Burial was in the Akersville Cemetery. Pallbearers were Larry Cothron, Troy Cothron, Tim Roark, Larry Driver, Jimmy Driver, Tom Driver, and Ricky Driver.
y. Pallbearers were Larry Cothron, Troy Cothron,
Alexander-Goad Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

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