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Note NI14349 :

Individuals : Jones Ibbie
1901

 

Note NI14350 :

Individuals : Tompkins Lula
1902
The last will and testimony of M. T. Pitts dated 13 October 1906 seems tobe consistent with M ose Pitts in that it mentions the son Orman. Twosons are listed, Orman and M. B. Pitts alon g with his w ife Beatrice whoserved as executrix of his will. Is Lula the Beatrice?
The will is witnessed by F. E Pitts and W. C. Bilko.

 

Note NI14351 :

Individuals : Pitts Orman M.
1903

 

Note NI14352 :

Individuals : Elrod Beatrice
1904

 

Note NI14353 :

Individuals : Pitts Bayless
1905

 

Note NI14354 :

Individuals : Pitts Benjamin M.
1906
PITTS CEMETERY
RUTHERFORD COUNTY
COUNTY
Located off E. Pitts Ln
-------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------
PITTS Benjamin M. 1847-1928
PITTS Katie Z. 1857-1900
TARPLEY James A. 1796-Jan 30, 1860
ZUMBRO George W. Mar 30, 1818-Aug 29, 1905
ZUMBRO Elvira C. Sep 1, 1820-Nov 15, 1888
, 1905
original survey by EK Johns 1971
v 15, 1888
Descendants of Benjamin were taken in part from WFT Vol. 12, #482
The grave site was still in good condition in the summer of 1998. Anaccess road has been bui lt for a new house directly in front of the smallcemetery, however, easy access is given at t he end of th is road. Thesite is clearly visible from the Boyd Cemetery on Pitts Lane. Benj amin'sfather is buried on Compton Road at the Rucker-Pitts Cemetery about 4miles to the west . His sister, Susan Ann i s buried in the Boyd Cemeterynearby.

 

Note NI14355 :

Individuals : Zumbro Katherine Catiolonia "Katie"
1907
The memorial next to Benjamin M. Pitts, 1847-1928, is Katie Z. Pitts withthe dates 1857-1900 . Also in the same Pitts Cemetery, 1/3 mile east fromHighway 96. About 400 feet down farm la ne from road in a little grove ofcedar trees on the Clarence Higgins farm. Recorded in Nov . 1971.
ins farm. Recorded in Nov . 1971.
Also buried there are George W. Zumbro, Mar. 30, 1818 - Aug. 29, 1905,Elvira C. Zumbro, Sept . 1, 1820 - Nov. 15, 1888. James A. Tarpley, ____,1796, Jan 30. 1860. Two cedar markers an d three other fieldstones.

 

Note NI14356 :

Individuals : Anderson Juanita Gertrude
10598

 

Note NI14357 :

Individuals : Pitts George Matthew
Evergreen Cemetery, Rutherford Co., TN
1908

 

Note NI14358 :

Individuals : Pitts Effie
1909

 

Note NI14359 :

Individuals : Damron Janice
191

 

Note NI14360 :

Individuals : Pitts Harry Pariloa
Evergreen Cemetery, Rutherford Co., TN
1910

 

Note NI14361 :

Individuals : Pitts Mattie Elvira
Evergreen Cemetery, Rutherford Co., TN
1911
Doctor
Doctor
Never married.

 

Note NI14362 :

Individuals : Pitts Emma
1912

 

Note NI14363 :

Individuals : Pitts Loula Elsie
Evergreen Cemetery, Rutherford Co., TN
1913

 

Note NI14364 :

Individuals : McDowell Etta May Cowan
1914

 

Note NI14365 :

Individuals : Pitts Merchant
1915

 

Note NI14366 :

Individuals : Pitts Cowan
1916

 

Note NI14367 :

Individuals : Anderson Janet Lorraine
10599

 

Note NI14368 :

Individuals : Pitts Fountain Ezekial
1917

 

Note NI14369 :

Individuals : McAdoo Joe
1918

 

Note NI14370 :

Individuals : McAdoo Tennessee
1919
The sex of "Tennessee" not stated by Aunt Lell but if follows family
tradition, Tennessee was a girl.

 

Note NI14371 :

Individuals : Owen Mary Annie
Hillview Baptist Church Cemetery
192
Marker has her as "Anna Owen, 1858-1946".
-1946".
Mary Owen was reported to be Cherokee by Beverly Brandon on GenForum Sept20, 2002 as given be low:
2002 as given be low:
"I know of Matthew Pitts from Rutherford County born around early 1800's.One of his sons wa s John Pitts born around the 1830's of Murfreesboro,Tennessee. John Pitts married Ann Owens w ho was Cheroke e and had adaughter named Clara L. Pitts in late 1800's who married Alvin Hawk insBrandon. Clara L. Pitts and Alvin Hawkins Brandon had a son inMurfreesboro named Alvin H . Brandon, my dad.
d a son
written by Robert Alvin Brandon, Fort Worth Texas. - I am trying to findif Ann Owens and Joh n Pitts registered on the rolls of the CherokeeIndian tribe when they lived in Murfreesboro i n mid 1850's. "
ls of the
10475

 

Note NI14372 :

Individuals : McAdoo Edgar
1920
Aunt Lill states that Edgar was indeed a girl.

 

Note NI14373 :

Individuals : McAdoo Aubrey
1921

 

Note NI14374 :

Individuals : McAdoo Walter
1922
Reported to have been a Presbyterian preacher by Aunt Lell.

 

Note NI14375 :

Individuals : Pitts Nancy Tennessee
Hall Cemetery, Rutherford Co., TN
1923
Name established via will of Martha Pitts which list issue: Nancy T.Watson to receive $33.37
to receive $33.37
Not sure of date and place of burial in Hall Cemetery.

 

Note NI14376 :

Individuals : Watson Felix
1924

 

Note NI14377 :

Individuals : Watson Verson
1925

 

Note NI14378 :

Individuals : Boyd Joe Frank
106

 

Note NI14379 :

Individuals : Watson Bessie
1926

 

Note NI14380 :

Individuals : Watson Clevie E.
1927

 

Note NI14381 :

Individuals : Watson Font
1928

 

Note NI14382 :

Individuals : Watson Cora
1929

 

Note NI14383 :

Individuals : Pitts Edward (Eddie) Andrew
Tn.
193
Unknown for sure but a John Pitts m. Mary Eliza Brandon, b. 21, 1870, d.
Feb. 21, 1941 of Readyville.
The grave marker at Hillview is: "Ed A."

 

Note NI14384 :

Individuals : Watson Addie
1930

 

Note NI14385 :

Individuals : Blair William 'Will'
1931

 

Note NI14386 :

Individuals : Blair Amy
1932

 

Note NI14387 :

Individuals : Blair Murfree
1933

 

Note NI14388 :

Individuals : Blair Gertrude
1934

 

Note NI14389 :

Individuals : Herrod Allie Marie
10057

 

Note NI14390 :

Individuals : Armistead
1060

 

Note NI14391 :

Individuals : Blair Raymond
1935

 

Note NI14392 :

Individuals : Blair Will Ed
1936

 

Note NI14393 :

Individuals : Pitts Maggie M.
1937

 

Note NI14394 :

Individuals : Jarman A. Frank
1938
Reference WFT Vol 5 # 2360 for Descendants of Frank & Maggie Jarman.

 

Note NI14395 :

Individuals : Jarman George
1939
George is said to have been a Baptist minister. Delores says that Georgewas a great man of Go d, had pastored several churches over Tennessee andChurches in the Bedford Co., Shelbyville a rea. She kn ew him, heard himpreach and upon retiring lived in Shelbyville. He and his love ly wife,died but not sure where they are buried. - Delores Compton Smith.

 

Note NI14396 :

Individuals : Pitts Pearl May
194
Pearl never married and her memorial is marked with "Sister".

 

Note NI14397 :

Individuals : Jarman Robert
1940
May not be George's son, however, a grandson of Maggie and Frank Jarman.
He is a Baptist preacher in Knoxville, TN.

 

Note NI14398 :

Individuals : Owen Nathaniel
1941
Aunt Lell reported that Nathaniel and his brothers came to RutherfordCo., TN from Virginia.

 

Note NI14399 :

Individuals : Owen Thomas
1942

 

Note NI14400 :

Individuals : McNeil Mary Elizabeth
1943

 

Note NI14401 :

Individuals : Anderson Dianne Mary
10600

 

Note NI14402 :

Individuals : Owen Stephen
1944

 

Note NI14403 :

Individuals : Owen Branch
1945

 

Note NI14404 :

Individuals : Bennett Willie Alexander
Tn.
1946

 

Note NI14405 :

Individuals : Jones Margaret Elizabeth
1947

 

Note NI14406 :

Individuals : Pitts Clara Bell
1948
After Alvin died, Clara married Robert "Bob", Alvin's brother and Lived
in Oklahoma until Bob's death.

 

Note NI14407 :

Individuals : Brandon Alvin Hawkins
1949

 

Note NI14408 :

Individuals : Pitts Irvin Lee
195
Unknown about William Pitts, however, Rutherford Co., Marriage Records
show:
Wm Anderson Pitts obtained License to marry Miss Cora Lee Odom on April
13, 1907. Witnessed by Font E. Pitts

 

Note NI14409 :

Individuals : Brandon Charles
1950

 

Note NI14410 :

Individuals : Pitts Mayme Lizzie
1951

 

Note NI14411 :

Individuals : Howse William Mitchell
1952

 

Note NI14412 :

Individuals : Anderson Shirley Marie
10601

 

Note NI14413 :

Individuals : Pitts Matthew Owen "Dock"
1953
Dock never married and his memorial is marked with "Brother".

 

Note NI14414 :

Individuals : Pitts Lell Marcella
1954
Lell Pitts Howse is the originator of the letter with genealogyinformation. The letter was wr itten in September 1973 to Eddie AndrewPitts' daughter Martha Pearl. Eddie was one of John R obert Pitts' sons.Aunt Lell, as she is known, was passing on to Martha Pearl herrecollectio n of births/deaths & marriagesstarting with her GreatGrandfather who would have been Matthe w Pitts, Sr.
GreatGrandfather who would have been Matthe w Pitts, Sr.
"Martha Pearl, your Grandmother Owen's mother was a Lee, Martha Lee. Shewas a relative of Ro bert E. Lee), and Martha Lee married E. A. McNeil.My great grandfather's name is unknown . Wife's name unknown. Theirchildren: Matthew Pitts, born in Rutherford County, Novembe r 1820 diedDec. 19, 1885. he married Martha Nolen), date unknown, who died in1891. Her fath er was Pierce Nolan, who marr ied a Burnett. GrandpaMatthew Pitts had several brothers: Joh n, Theophilus, Anderson, andsister , Nancy, who married a Mr. Doughtery. Matthew and Marth a Pittshad 12 children".
sister , Nancy, who married a Mr. Doughtery. Matthew and Marth a
Then she talks about her grandfather on the Owen side, Nathaniel Owen.His father was Thomas O wen and mother was Sally Stewart. He and twobrothers, Stephen and Branch, came to Rutherfor d Country fro m Virginiaand all their dates and children, etc. She called her mother Mary An nieOwen"
nd all their dates and children, etc. She called her mother
Then she talks about her Daddy John Robert Pitts and his 9 children andall their dates as wel l as their children and the dates. These have beenincorporated into this record..

 

Note NI14415 :

Individuals : Howse Jack Sills
1955

 

Note NI14416 :

Individuals : Pitts Bennette
1956

 

Note NI14417 :

Individuals : Fite Leslie T.
1957

 

Note NI14418 :

Individuals : Pitts Leslie Ann
1958
Leslie died at birth.

 

Note NI14419 :

Individuals : Pitts Roscoe Lewis
1959

 

Note NI14420 :

Individuals : Thompson Sadie L.
Evergreen Cemetery, Rutherford Co., TN
196

 

Note NI14421 :

Individuals : Taylor Alice
1960

 

Note NI14422 :

Individuals : Pitts Robert Irving
1961
Robert was a pilot for Eastern Airlines and retired in 1972 to Miami, FL

 

Note NI14423 :

Individuals : McMaster Joseph
10602

 

Note NI14424 :

Individuals : Walter
1962

 

Note NI14425 :

Individuals : Pitts Lucille
1963

 

Note NI14426 :

Individuals : Headen Bill
1964

 

Note NI14427 :

Individuals : Headen Dava Nell
1965

 

Note NI14428 :

Individuals : Headen Burt
1966

 

Note NI14429 :

Individuals : Shoffner
1967

 

Note NI14430 :

Individuals : Pitts Celine
1968
They live in Silver Springs, FL.

 

Note NI14431 :

Individuals : Mack Tommy
1969

 

Note NI14432 :

Individuals : Zumbro Thomas Washington
Boyd Cemetery on East Pitts Lane
CONT
Information on the dates of birth of the Zumbro children if from Tom Boyd.
.
Find A Grave Memorial# 10566162

 

Note NI14433 :

Individuals : Mack Margaret
1970

 

Note NI14434 :

Individuals : McMaster Mary Jo
10603

 

Note NI14435 :

Individuals : Mack Larry
1971

 

Note NI14436 :

Individuals : Brandon Louise
1972

 

Note NI14437 :

Individuals : Brandon John Robert
1973

 

Note NI14438 :

Individuals : Brandon Mary Anna
1974
Lives in Woodbury, TN

 

Note NI14439 :

Individuals : Brandon Carmine
1975

 

Note NI14440 :

Individuals : Brandon Christime
1976
Carmine and Christine were twins. Christine died from burns when she was
about 3 years old which she receive when warming in front of fire place
and her cloths caught fire.

 

Note NI14441 :

Individuals : Brandon Alvin H.
1977
Alvin married a girl form Washington State where he resides and has three
children.

 

Note NI14442 :

Individuals : Brandon Clinton 'Winkle'
1978
Clifton left home at 16 and served in World War II with no record of any
family. He died in a V. A. Hospital in Texas.

 

Note NI14443 :

Individuals : Elrod Hoyte
1979

 

Note NI14444 :

Individuals : Cook George S.
198

 

Note NI14445 :

Individuals : McMaster Melinda
10604

 

Note NI14446 :

Individuals : Burger Willie
1980

 

Note NI14447 :

Individuals : Burger Charles
1981

 

Note NI14448 :

Individuals : Burger Melinda
1982

 

Note NI14449 :

Individuals : Howse William M.
1983

 

Note NI14450 :

Individuals : Howse Ed Pitts
1984

 

Note NI14451 :

Individuals : Howse John R.
1985

 

Note NI14452 :

Individuals : Vaughn Oleda
1986

 

Note NI14453 :

Individuals : Howse Elva Jean
1987
Elva Jean Howse Huddleston, age 68, of Murfreesboro, passed away onAugust 3, 2010 at NHC Nati onal Health Care. She was a native andlife-long resident of Rutherford County and a member o f the Church ofChrist. Jean retired as a clerk for the VA Medical Center.
a clerk for the VA Medical Center.
Jean was preceded in death by her parents, John R. Howse, Sr. and OledaVaughn Howse; infant s ons, William Mitchell Huddleston and Robert MichaelHuddleston and granddaughter, Lauren Macke nzie Huddles ton. She issurvived by her husband of 50 years, Franklin McKnight Huddleston, Sr .;son, Franklin OMacO (Melissa) Huddleston, Jr. of Murfreesboro;daughter, Tamela (Jeff) H owland of Murfreesboro; brother, John (Judy)Howse, Jr. of Murfreesboro; sister, Mary (Don) Od om of Lascassas; fivegrandchildren, Josh, Blake and Tate Howland and Brandon and AshlynHuddle ston; uncle, Jack (Jean) Vaughn; au nts, Genevieve Arnold andElizabeth (JD) Bennett; and sist er-in-law, Joyce Huddleston.
) Vaughn; au nts, Genevieve
A chapel service for Jean will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, August5, 2010 at Jennings an d Ayers Chapel with Teb Batey and David Westofficiating. Burial will follow at Evergreen Ceme tery with ne phews andcousins serving as active pallbearers. Grandsons will serve as honorary pallbearers.
een Ceme tery with ne phews
Visitation with the family will be held from 4:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. onWednesday, August 4 , 2010 at Jennings & Ayers Funeral Home; 820 SouthChurch St., Murfreesboro, TN 37130. 615-893 -2422 www.jen ningsandayers.com

 

Note NI14454 :

Individuals : Howse Johnny
1988

 

Note NI14455 :

Individuals : Howse Mary Ann
1989

 

Note NI14456 :

Individuals : Russell James
10605

 

Note NI14457 :

Individuals : Hall Roise 'Boss' Ernest
Memories from Diane Hall-O'Dell:
CONT
Mary remembers their Daddy telling how Boss would light cigars with $100bills. She also reme mbers there were 4 children; 3 boys and 1 girl. AnnMeador said 1900 census records and Prest on, Robert, Ben and George werelisted as children. When Boss died, Lou married a Tomlinson, w ho was an orphan who was raised by a Pitts.
C ho was an orphan who was raised by a Pitts.
She remembers her father's strongest memory of Boss was his banjo playing.
jo playing.
My grandparents are dead. So I rely upon my Grandma Vina Hall's family tree notes and my father's memory (my father's siblings are dead). My grandmother's Hall family source was Maudie Hall. Maude lived with her Aunt Margaret RUSSELL BOYD after Lula Mae (her mother) left Boss (her father). I hope I haven't confused you. Aunt Margaret RUSSELL BOYD married Robert Murray BOYD, brother to Lula Mae BOYD HALL. The Robert BOYDs lived in a house in Nashville, Tennessee. After he died in an accident, she took in roomers. My paternal grandparents, Bennie and Vina HALL, lived with Boss HALL in Murfreesboro for a short time after they married in 1919 and then lived with Aunt Margaret for a few years before moving to Detroit, Michigan before my dad was born in 1924. Bennie and Vina Hall's closest friends in Michigan were Gustin and Rena RUSSELL, related to Margaret RUSSELL BOYD. Bennie first worked at the Ford factory. Later, he and Guston worked as street car conductors conductors for the DSR (Detroit Street Railway) Many of the Hall relatives lived with Bennie & Vina temporarily upon coming to Detroit until they had a job and someplace to live.
the DSR (Detroit Street Railway) Many of the Hall relatives lived
Growing up, my father saw more of his mother's family than his dad's. His strongest memory of his Grandfather Boss was his banjo playing. My dad laughs at the idea his Grandfather Boss lit cigars with $100 bills. From references others made, Dad always thought his Grandfather Boss was 'dirt poor'. My Grandfather, Bennie Hall, had told me his father raised and bridle broke mules to sell to the U.S. Army, and the family wasn't very well off. I understand they were Methodists. (My grandmother, Vina Hall, was a Southern Baptist and had a rather jaundiced view of her father-in-law and brothers-in-law Hall, feeling they were a bad influence on her husband, Benjamin Hall.) From all accounts, they knew how to have a good time. Most were not long lived.
jaundiced view of her
From what we know, Lula Mae left Boss before Ben & Vina lived with Boss, and Maudie (& Lula) had gone to live with Aunt Margaret Boyd in Nashville. Lula Mae eventually moved to Detroit. We have no knowledge of her remarrying. My Dad remembers going to her funeral when he was fourteen. We have her funeral memorial record from the funeral home (see below), and there's no mention of a husband.
le. Lula Mae eventually moved to Detroit. We have no knowledge of
I remember as a child my (Great) Uncle John HALL, a barber by trade, as always laughing and joking around. When they lived in Detroit, he and his wife, Ola, would come to play canasta with my grandparents. My Dad and I agree, it was always a treat to see Uncle John who had a great sense of humor and was always telling jokes. He enjoyed drinking and playing cards for money, both of which my grandmother disapproved. They had a daughter, Gladys. They later relocated to the Nashville Tennessee area.
Uncle Robert HALL was a character. He was good natured, but could really stretch the truth. He liked to appear well-off. Perhaps he got that from his father, Boss (in reference to the comment about Boss lighting a cigar with a $100 bill). I remember my grandfather Bennie HALL as friendly and easy-going. He would give a stranger the shirt off his back and loved to talk with people, especially the ladies. The men in that family all appeared to have a eye for the ladies.
__________________________________________________________________________ _____
Diane Hall O'Dell provides the following information:
HALL as friendly and
The following information came from (in 1980): Louise HALL TOMLIN (Uncle Dock's [James Maney HALL] daughter in Murfreesboro, TN).
men in that family all
Charlie and Anni had 4 children: Hodge, Arleam, Freas, Curtis.
James Maney (Dock) HALL had 3 children: Harold, Floyde Louise (female), Rossie Ray.
Ludie had 3: Aubrey, Myrtle, Willie.
Eva had 1: Roberta.
Judy had 1: Buford.
Myrtle had 3 girls: Cora Lee, Anni Mae, Naomia.
__________________________________________________________________________ ______
Diane continues:
Anni had 4 children: Hodge, Arleam, Freas, Curtis.
The following information was written in 1980 by my grandmother Vina HALL
Boss Ernest HALL
b: 15 DEC 1869 Wilson Co, TN
d: 15 OCT 1937
m: ?
spouse: Lula Mae BOYD
T Judy had 1: Buford.
Children in order of birth:
(1) John Preston HALL
b: 03 NOV 1893 Rutherford Co, TN
d: 23 OCT 1970 Nashville, TN
m: ?
spouse: Ola SISCO
ntinues:
(2) Robert Boyd HALL
b: 07 OCT 1894 Rutherford Co, TN
d: 05 MAY 1975 Tucson, AZ
m: ?
spouse1: Myrtle CHAMBLISS (divorced)
spouse2: Mary (Dad says she was married to Robert Hathaway and widowed before she married Robert)
f birth:
(3) Benjamin (Bennie) Gilbert HALL
b: 22 JAN 1896 Rutherford Co, TN
d: 24 APR 1982 Springfield Co, MI
m: 12 SEP 1919 Hamilton Co, TN
spouse: Vina Jane WHITLOW (she later changed her middle name to Louise)
b: 25 JAN 1896 Sequatchie Co, TN
d: 13 MAR 1981 Oakland Co, MI
note: Bennie moved to Detroit, MI, with his wife and family looking for employment. Dennis was born in Detroit. Bennie & Vina are both interred at Roselawn Park Cemetery -entrance at Woodward Ave. & 12 Mile Rd.- Berkley, MI
T b: 22 JAN 1896 Rutherford Co, TN
Children in order of birth:
[1] Benjamin Gilbert HALL, Jr.
b: 13 JUL 1920 Davidson Co, Nashville, TN
d: 04 NOV 1944 note: killed at Vosges, France, WWII
buried in Epinal American Cemetery, Epinal, France
1981 Oakland Co, MI
[2] Evelyn Mildred HALL
b: 26 JUN 1922 Davidson Co, Nashville, TN
d: 04 DEC 1988 Orange Co, FL
m: 13 SEP 1941 Wayne Co, MI
spouse: Lloyd Arthur LEE
Children in order of birth:
{1} Carol Diane LEE
{2} David Arthur LEE
1 CONT [1] Benjamin Gilbert HALL, Jr.
[3] Dennis Bernard HALL
b: Wayne Co, Detroit, MI
m: Wayne Co, Detroit, MI
spouse1: Marion Josephine JOHNSON (divorced 1979)
Children in order of birth:
CONT
{1} Diane Elizabeth HALL [RENDZIPERIS HALL-O'DELL]
b: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI
m: Oakland Co, MI
spouse1: Arthur Gus Rendziperis, DO (divorced 1984)
Children in order of birth:
en in order of birth:
<1> Michelle Sophia RENDZIPERIS
b: Lapeer Co, MI
T
<2> Andrea Marie RENDZIPERIS
b: Lapeer Co, MI
m: Wayne Co, Detroit, MI
spouse2: Thomas Ray O'Dell
NSON (divorced 1979)
{2} Denise Lynn HALL b: 31 OCT 1950 Detroit, Wayne Co, MI
d: 01 NOV 1950 Detroit, Wayne Co, MI
b: Detroit, Wayne Co, MI
{3} William Charles HALL
b: Oakland Co, MI
us Rendziperis, DO (divorced 1984)
{4} Ronald Benjamin HALL
b: Oakland Co, MI
<1> Michelle Sophia RENDZIPERIS
{5} John Stephen HALL
b: Oakland Co, MI
<2> Andrea Marie RENDZIPERIS
{6} Laurie Kay HALL
b: Oakland Co, MI
m: Lapeer Co, MI (no issue)
spouse: Randy Davidson (divorced)
: 31 OCT 1950 Detroit,
spouse2: Martha Virginia POWELL MOSELEY (3 children by 1st marriage)
m: Oakland Co, MI (no issue)
les HALL
(4) George Washington HALL
b: 17 APR 1899 Rutherford Co, TN
d: (died in infancy)
T b: Oakland Co, MI
(5) Joe Frank HALL
b: 31 OCT 1901 Rutherford Co, TN
d: ? JUL 1922 Davidson Co, TN
m: ?
spouse: Rose (?)

(6) Henry James HALL
b: 20 MAR 1903 Rutherford Co, TN
d: ?
m: ?
spouse: Nellie (?)
(Dad says Uncle Frank worked at the Brach Candy factory in Nashville, TN)
ELEY (3 children by 1st
(7) Andrew Jackson HALL
b: 26 OCT 1907 Rutherford Co, TN
d: 30 OCT 1971 ?
m: ?
spouse: Novella SAVAGE
1899 Rutherford Co, TN
(8) Maudie Irene HALL
b: 13 JAN 1911 Rutherford Co, TN
spouse1: Robert Throneberry
spouse2: ------------------------ [comments in brackets]
ONT m: ?
Funeral Memorial Record [in Evelyn HALL's handwriting]
Lula Mae Hall
b: 20 MAR 1903 Rutherford Co, TN
Born April 14, 1873
Murfreesboro, Tennessee
se: Nellie (?)
Passed away at Mercy Hall Hospital
September 19, 1938
aged 65 years 5 months 5 days
N)
Funeral Services
Harey A. Neely Funeral Home
September 22, 1938 at 3:00 p.m.
1 CONT d: 30 OCT 1971 ?
Ceremonies by Preacher: Jefferies
ovella SAVAGE
Interred at Grand Lawn Cemetery
Detroit, Michigan
JAN 1911 Rutherford Co, TN
Pall bearers:
Mr. Jas. Russell [Gustin RUSSELL]
Mr. Jack Fobear
Mr. Keller
Mr. Benway
Mr. Kay Sisco [relative of Ola SISCO HALL?]
in Evelyn HALL's handwriting]
Family record:
Father: John Wesley Boyd
Mother: Anne Pitts
Other family members:
Mose Boyd Ida Compton
Ben Boyd Ada Jamison
Jim Boyd Alice Cook
Robert Boyd Mary Zumbro
John Boyd Ellen Nolan
Tom Boyd Martha Love [Lane? ink is smeared]
Joe Frank Boyd
Will Boyd
1 CONT Interred at Grand Lawn Cemetery
Relatives attending:
Mr. & Mrs. John P. Hall [John Preston HALL & Ola SISCO HALL]
Mr. & Mrs. R.B. Hall [Robert Boyd HALL & ? ]
Mr. & Mrs. B. G. Hall [Benjamin Gilbert HALL, Sr. & Vina WHITLOW HALL, my grandparents]
Gladys Hall [daughter of Ola & John HALL]
Ben Hall Jr. [older son of Bennie & Vina HALL]
Evelyn Hall [daughter of Bennie & Vina HALL]
Dennis Hall [younger son, my Dad, of Bennie & Vina HALL]
Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Boyd [John & Bessie BOYD]
Mr. & Mrs. J. R. Boyd [James & ? BOYD]
Ralph Boyd [son of J. W. BOYD]
n
Visitors:
Jas. R. Boyd
Mr. & Mrs. C. R. Sisco [related to Ola SISCO HALL ?]
Mrs. Rena Russell [wife of James 'Gustin' RUSSELL]
Mr. A. Keller
Mr. & Mrs. J. Benway
Clarence Ball
Mrs. Keller
Mrs. Elwart
Mrs. Sundell
Dorothy Mack
Eleanor Albert
Dorothy Russell [daughter of Gustin & Rena RUSSELL]
Mr. & Mrs. Curtis Hall [my father doesn't think they are related to us]
Mr. & Mrs. Clyde Dunn
Augustin Oliver
Mrs. Mae Arthur [Mac Arthur ?]
Mr. & Mrs. Cunningham
Mrs. Myrtle Hathaway [became 2nd (?) wife of Robert Boyd HALL]
Mr. Roy LaPrairie
Mrs. J. W. Boyd [John & Bessie BOYD]
Browne Florist -- Schaefer Hwy & Grand River Ave. [around the corner from the cemetery]
Floral tributes:
Mr. J. W. Boyd
Mr. J. R. Boyd
Mr. & Mrs. Roy LaPrairie
Mrs. Sundell
Dorothy Mack
Gladys Hall
Mrs. Myrtle Hathaway
Street Car Men's Union -- Division #26 [Ben HALL & Gustin RUSSELL were members]
The Hall Family
__________________________________________________________________________ _______
There is also a Boss E. Hall, 1866-1937 buried in the McDaniel Cemetery. Unknown if any realtionships.
tis Hall [my father doesn't think they are related to us]
McDANIEL CEMETERY
RUTHERFORD COUNTY
gustin Oliver
Located north of E Jefferson Pk.
-------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------
McDANIEL Charles Feb 15, 1843-Feb 24, 1871
McDANIEL J.S. Oct 27, 1879-Apr 2, 1921
ALEXANDER W.H. Sep 9, 1833-Apr 30, 1922
ALEXANDER Louease McDaniel wife of W.H. Apr 15, 1847-Mar 4, 1891
ALEXANDER Shirley A. May 22, 1937-Jul 15, 937
HALL Boss E. 1866-1937
HALL Julia McDaniel wife of Boss E. 1899-19__
VAUGHN died Oct 11, 1962 age 56 years
also an unknown footstone with "A.B." on it
original survey by EK Johns & Henry Wray 1975

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