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Note NI20313 :

Individuals : Jamison Andrew
Aged 5y 9m 11d


Note NI20314 :

Individuals : Unknown Mary A. J.
Died at age 46.


Note NI20319 :

Individuals : Jimeson Emily J.
Headstone reads: Emily J Jimeson


Note NI20352 :

Individuals : Noland Obediah Daniel 'Obed'
Son of Joshua Noland and Nancy Dunagan. Husband of Ida J Williams m. 31 Mar 1896 Jackson Co, MO. Husband of Arabelle Holderman m. 3 Apr 1903 Jackson Co, MO.
C Jackson Co, MO.
Death Cert:
Obed Daniel Noland
DOD: 8 Sep 1937 St. Joseph, Buchanan, MO
DOB: Nov 1865 Platte Co, MO
Cause of Death: Bronchopneumonia
Burial: Parkville Cem in Platte Co, MO
Married; Mrs. O B Noland


Note NI20353 :

Individuals : Noland Nancy Angeline
Daughter of Joshua R Noland and Nancy Dunagan.
Death Cert:
Nancy Angeline Noland
DOD: 16 Dec 1938 Waldron, Platte, MO
DOB: 28 Oct 1866 Platte Co, MO
Burial: Dunagan Cem in Platte Co, MO
Marital Status: Single
d/o Rufus & Nancy Dunagan


Note NI20356 :

Individuals : Noland Leonard Everett
Husband of Gisella Breibeck.
Death Cert:
Leonard Everette Noland
DOD: 2 May 1949 Rural Pettis, Platte, MO
DOB: 1 Aug 1898 Waldron, Platte, MO
Cause of Death: Multiple sclerosis due to respiratory failure; also had hypertension
Burial: Walnut Grove in Platte Co, MO
Marital Status: Married; Gisella Breibeck
s/o Obed Noland & Ida Willliams


Note NI20358 :

Individuals : Noland Obed
Obed Noland married July 30, 1842 to Eliza Tabitha Gray. She was the mother of America Ann, Elizabeth A, James A, John W, George W & Sarah E.


Note NI20359 :

Individuals : Gray Eliza Tabitha
Obed Noland married July 30, 1842 to Eliza Tabitha Gray. She was the mother of America Ann, Elizabeth A, James A, John W, George W & Sarah E.


Note NI20363 :

Individuals : Reynolds Signey B.
wife of George W. Noland
b: Feb. 27, 1833, d: March 19, 1906


Note NI20364 :

Individuals : Brown Mary Jane
1880 Waldron, Platte, Missouri
1905 Marysville, Miami, Kansas
1910 Harrisburg, Washington, Colorado
1920 Spring Hill, Johnson, Kansas


Note NI20367 :

Individuals : Noland Obed L.
son of J. A. & M. J. Noland,
d: Oct. 23, 1899, age 23 years, 10 months


Note NI20372 :

Individuals : Noland George W.
Judge Geo W. Noland, b. in Madison Co., Ky., Dec. 5, 1830, son of Maj. Joshua Noland and Sallie McKinney. Geo. W. came with his parents in 1831 to Lafayette Co., Mo., and in 1837 to Platte. Judge Geo. W. Noland married Feb. 12, 1858 Sidney R. Reynolds, daughter of Thomas C. Reynolds. In 1862 Geo. W. aided in raising a company for the 39th Missouri Militia, subsequently the 82nd, and was chosen second lieutenant. He rose to first lieutenant, and served until 1864. In 1873 he was elected county judge, but the drawing for terms gave him only one year. He is a patriarch among his people, who respect him and fully trust his integrity.


Note NI20373 :

Individuals : Noland William T.
He links back to the Noland immigrant, Pierce Noland.


Note NI20374 :

Individuals : Noland George B.
son of G. W. & S. B. Noland
d: Sept. 10, 1868, age 4 years


Note NI20375 :

Individuals : Noland James M.
son of G. W. & S. B. Noland


Note NI20376 :

Individuals : Noland Mary A.
daughter of G. W. & S. B. Noland
d: March 8, 1874, age 4 years


Note NI20377 :

Individuals : Noland Henry Clifton
Son of George W Noland and Sidney Reynolds. Husband of Margaret "Maggie" Naylor m. 12 Sep 1893 Platte Co, MO.
o, MO.
Death Cert:
Henry Clifton Noland
DOD: 16 Jul 1954 at Linwood Blvd Nursing Home in Kansas City, Jackson, MO
DOB: 10 Nov 1871 Parkville, Platte, MO
Cause of death: Arteriosclerosis
Burial: Noland Cem in Platte Co, MO
Wd; Maggie
s/o George W Noland & Sidney Reynolds


Note NI20380 :

Individuals : Garges Rena Elizabeth
Plot: 0145--2--02


Note NI20383 :

Individuals : Noland William Paul


Note NI20398 :

Individuals : Noland James M.
Capt. Jas. M. Noland, son of Joshua; He was elected captain of Co. B., Mo. S. Militia, Car. 39th Reg., and did good service in protecting the southeastern part of the county during the war.


Note NI20400 :

Individuals : Noland Henry
Henry Noland was born in Maryland and lived in Berkeley County, Virginia. He was married to Nancy White and we find them in the census records of Bedford County, Pennsylvania. They finally migrated to Madison County, Kentucky, before the year 1791. Henry settled near the Kentucky River and Red River Pike. This place was beyond the Cane Springs Primitive Baptist Church, which Henry and his family helped to build and establish. The church was established in 1803. The church had a Noland as one of its officers until 1936, when death claimed a great grandson of Henry Noland, also named Henry. He was serving in the position of clerk when he died.

Henry Noland, the ancestor first talked about above died suddenly in the year 1807. He is buried on the land which he settled as a pioneer of Kentucky. Henry served as a soldier in the Revolutionary War. He saw service on the Virginia Frontier. His wife Nancy White Noland died in 1837.
oldier in the Revolutionary War. He saw
Henry Noland's grave is located on a point of land not to far from the Kentucky River. John White Noland had also lived there. The cemetery had an iron fence around it and one old grave that was marked with two rocks and three graves that had the name of Jones on them. The cemetery is located on a beautiful place. The land was owned by Skinner Heirs and no one lived there for years.
he name of Jones on them. The cemetery is
Henry Noland had a ferry that he operated. It was known as "Noland's Ferry". It crossed the Kentucky River from Madison County into Clark County, Kentucky. The road is still there that leads into the Kentucky River.
ry". It crossed the Kentucky River from Madison County into Clark
These Nolands were listed as members of the Cane Springs Primitive Baptist Church at College Hill, Kentucky in Madison County
ere listed as members of the Cane Springs Primitive
William Noland, Elizabeth Noland, John Noland, Jean Noland, Cynthia Noland, Anna Noland, Nancy Noland, Edmund Noland, Abigail Noland, Henry Noland.

(Information by Kathleen Noland Calder)


Note NI20449 :

Individuals : Pittard Wiiliam Houston
He was a Civil engineer. He had Social Security Number 409-30-5943.


Note NI20515 :

Individuals : Andrews Betty Irene
Irene Andrews Gregory, age 87, of Scottsville, KY, a native of Macon County, passed away on Monday at National Health Care in Hendersonville. Funeral services for Irene Gregory will be conducted on Thursday, March 14th at 1:00 p.m. from the Anderson & Son Funeral Home in Lafayette. Interment will follow in the Haysville Cemetery. Visitation with the family will be Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. and on Thursday from 8 a.m. until service time.
m. and on Thursday from 8
She is survived by: Son, Jackie Gregory of Hendersonville; Brother and Sister-in-law, Dean and Sara Andrews of Goodlettsville; Sister, Myrtle Ellis of Hendersonville; Grandchildren, Keith (Christina) Gregory of Charlotte, NC, Jacqueline (Michael) Barker of Columbia, SC; Daughter-in-law, Sheila Gregory of Hendersonville; 5 great grandchildren; Several nieces and nephews.


Note NI20516 :

Individuals : Andrews Lucy Alice
Lucy Gregory, 78, of 449 Hughes Rd., Scottsville, died May 29, 2003, at her home.
She was a member of the Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church.
Born in Macon County, Tenn., she was a daughter of the late Burford and Lillie (Lankford) Andrews and the wife of W.P. Gregory, who died June 28,1980. They were married Oct. 31, 1943.
Survivors include three daughters and sons-in-law — Charlotte and Larry Joe Downing, Scottsville; Shelia and Ricky Hall, Fountain Run; and Sherry and Odis Shockley, Mt. Washington; two sons, Robby Gregory, Madison, Tenn., and David Gregory, Scottsville; two sisters, Kathleen Garrett, Carthage, Tenn., and Lillie Mae Scruggs, Hendersonville, Tenn.; six grandchildren, Larry Joe Downing II, Tonda Anderson, Monica and Brock Hall, and Matt and Greg Shockley; and a great-grandchild, Ian Anderson.
A grandson, Binn Downing; three brothers, Ira, Vernon and B.C. Andrews; and a sister, Plummie Gregory, all preceded her in death.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. on June 1 at the Alexander-Goad Funeral Home in Lafayette, Tenn., with Elder Ottis Jones officiating. Burial was at the Macon County Memorial Gardens.
Serving as pallbearers were Rondle Andrews; Mike Garrett; Everette Wilburn; Tommy, Ted and Kevin Gregory; Claudean Langford; and Chad Patterson.


Note NI20521 :

Individuals : Davis Delilia 'Dillie'


Note NI20526 :

Individuals : Gregory Martha Susan
Husbands and children of Martha Susan Gregory are in doubt. One is probably correct.


Note NI20530 :

Individuals : Tuck Lillie Daffinie


Note NI20532 :

Individuals : Gregory Orthey Lillard


Note NI20535 :

Individuals : Gregory Arnett Galen


Note NI20566 :

Individuals : Gregory Annabelle
She was a homemaker and a member of North Side Church of Christ. She was a daughter of the late Noah Sampson Gregory and Bessie Anderson Gregory
Two sons, Melvin Henry Belcher of New Kent, Va., and Charles Rayburn Belcher of Auburn; a daughter, Shirley Fay Harper of Russellville; a brother, Coston Gregory of Auburn; a sister, Alleyne Barrow of Auburn; four grandchildren; four stepgrandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.


Note NI20580 :

Individuals : Gregory Martha Lou
Another record to be verified is:
She married DODGER W. KEMP November 05, 1922, son of HARVEY KEMP and ALDORA CARTWRIGHT. He was born October 04, 1905 in Macon County, TN, and died January 22, 1981 in Macon County, TN.


Note NI20590 :

Individuals : Gregory Laura Frances
Her first marriage was to John Wesley Key on 18 Oct 1893 in Sumner Co; they had 5 known children: Clara Alice, Conce Morrow, Willie Birchel, Lilly Margaret, and John Wesley; after his death she married again (19 Jul 1909 Macon Co), to Charles Jessie Roalin; they had 6 known children: Hattie, Dewey, Clarence Allen, Stanley, Hassie Irene, and Martha Ann.


Note NI20609 :

Individuals : Gregory Mordecai
Cal's Column: "Mordecai Gregory was fatally injured by the accidental discharge of a shotgun in the hands of another youth. This occurred about 45 years ago. The youth who lost his life was the son of Mr. And Mrs. Peyton Gregory, who later moved to the vicinity of Lafayette, buying a farm near Brattontown. This youth’s life could have perhaps been saved in people then had known how to cord a leg to prevent bleeding to death. By the time a doctor arrived, the youth was too far gone to live. He was shot in the leg above the knee, the bone being broken and a large blood vessel or artery being severed. Peyton Gregory, the son of William H. Gregory, a brother of Bry Gregory."
severed. Peyton Gregory, the son of William H.
(45 years ago being about 1900)


Note NI20610 :

Individuals : Beasley Calvin


Note NI20611 :

Individuals : Gregory William Joseph
Believe to have died of a stroke of apoplexy without warning.


Note NI20617 :

Individuals : Jenkins Arch
Cal's Column:
"Arch enlisted in the Federal Army and had come home sick and disabled. Before he had had time to regain his health, several of the guerrillas that were numerous at that time, came down off the high hill to the rear of the house. Their leader was Buck Smith, perhaps the most noted or shall we say? the most notorious, of all the guerrillas that infested North Middle Tennessee. He had entered the Southern Army at the tender age of 16 and had been discharged later when his correct age was ascertained. He had had enough of army life to make him like it and when he came home, he felt it was his duty to punish those whose sympathies were with the North or those who had enlisted in the United States Army. Consequently he was on the lookout for Jenkins. In spite of all Jenkins’ protests, Smith and his cohorts carried Jenkins away from his wife and children, who were never to see him alive again. A rope was placed about the neck of Jenkins and he was led from home on down Peyton’s Creek on foot while his tormentors were on their swift horses. Jenkins was led down by the present Pleasant Shade, thence to Graveltown, two miles further south, and there the party turned off the main stream and went up the "Bishop Hollow." At the very head of this valley there lived a man named Knight. Here the party halted and Smith demanded that Mrs. Knight prepare a meal for him and his gang. She did this, finding time when the guerrillas were not looking to tell Jenkins he had better get away as she was sure that he was going to be killed. Jenkins encountered his danger and also added that he could not hope to escape as he was too sick to be able to escape by fleeing or running. After eating, Buck Smith and the remainder of the gang took Jenkins to the top of the hill above the old Knight place, and we have seen the old home a number of times, and then proceeded to slay Jenkins, whose only fault was that he had been in the Union Army. Smith made Jenkins mount a stump on the very top of the ridge that divides the waters of Peyton’s Creek from those of Defeated Creek. Then at the point of a gun, Jenkins was forced to crow like a rooster and was then shot off the stump by Smith, who left his body to lie where it fell, disdaining even to letting Jenkins’ family know of his fate.
Days later a man named West, who resided on the Defeated Creek side of the ridge, saw buzzards about the top of the hill and investigated, finding the bones of Jenkins, the flesh having been eaten away by the vultures. He managed to get word to Jenkins’ family, who went to the scene and identified him as the missing husband and father, identification being made by his shoes which had remained intact. The bones were gathered together and carried to the present Will Gregory Cemetery, near Sycamore Valley, this county where they laid him to rest.


Note NI20639 :

Individuals : Andrews Grace 'Gracie'
Greenlawn Cemetery, Franklin, Simpson Co., Kentucky


Note NI20640 :

Individuals : Gregory Wyatt Jefferson
s/o Joseph R. "Joe Red" Gregory & Nancy Elizabeth Brawner.
Death certificate states he was a farmer and died of the Spanish Influenza.


Note NI20649 :

Individuals : Gregory Wiley Clemons 'Dock'
Wiley Clemons


Note NI20652 :

Individuals : Gregory Thomas Idle
Thanks to:
Sue Ann Gregory
706 Scarlett Place
Lebanon, TN 37087
1 CONT 615-444-6900
Descendants of Thomas Idle Gregory
dle Gregory
Generation No. 1
ation No. 1
was born July 11, 1857 in Macon County, Tennessee, and died June 17, 1946
in Macon County, Tennessee. He married MARY ELIZABETH GANN May 13, 1877 in
Macon County, Tennessee. She was born January 08, 1858 in Liberty,
Tennessee, and died August 24, 1940 in Macon County, Tennessee.
4, 1940 in Macon County, Tennessee.
Children of THOMAS GREGORY and MARY GANN are:
i.MATTIE (MALTIE) L.7 GREGORY, b. March 26, 1878, Macon County, Illinois;
d. June 06, 1969; m. JOHN DAVIS BOWMAN; b. March 08, 1864, Tennessee.
ii.ADA GREGORY, b. May 11, 1880, Macon County, Illinois; d. October 04,
iii.FASSIE LOE GREGORY, b. July 07, 1884, Macon County, Tennessee; d.
November 12, 1973, Lafayette, Macon County, Tennessee; m. ELSIE MORGAN
STEEN, January 13, 1903, Macon County, Tennessee; b. September 29, 1884,
Macon County, Tennessee; d. April 09, 1913, Lafayette, Macon County,
iv.MONNIE N. GREGORY, b. May 07, 1886, Macon County, Tennessee; d. March
22, 1972; m. BURFORD ROLAN BUTCHER, Aft. 1910.
v.FONCE SCHOZE GREGORY, b. June 04, 1887, Macon County, Tennessee; d.
February 03, 1962, Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky; m. MAGGIE M. GAMMON,
November 05, 1906, Macon County, Tennessee; b. January 20, 1892, Trousdale
County, Tennessee; d. September 30, 1978, Bowling Green, Warren County,
vi.HUFF GREGORY, b. July 12, 1889, Macon County, Tennessee; d. February
01, 1946, Franklin County, Kentucky; m. LAURA UNKNOWN, Aft. 1910.
vii.CARLOS MYERS "CARL" GREGORY, b. October 18, 1891, Macon County,
Tennessee; d. November 20, 1967, Franklin, Simpson County, Kentucky; m. (1)
LOU ANDREWS, Aft. 1910; b. December 10, 1892, Macon County, Tennessee; d.
March 23, 1928, Macon County, Tennessee; m. (2) EARSIE DONIE GAMMON,
January 29, 1929, Trousdale County, Tennessee; b. July 28, 1899, Macon
County, Tennessee; d. June 22, 1990, Madison, Davidson County, Tennessee.
viii.ONIE GREGORY, b. December 29, 1893, Macon County, Tennessee; d.
1905, Macon County, Tennessee.
ix.MEARDITH LILLIAN GREGORY, b. December 08, 1896, Macon County,
Tennessee; d. August 01, 1984, Lafayette, Macon County, Tennessee; m. EARL
SHRUM, December 21, 1913, Macon County, Tennessee; b. July 08, 1894, Macon
County, Tennessee; d. April 13, 1972, Lebanon, Wilson County, Tennessee.
x.PALIE DOVE GREGORY, b. January 29, 1899, Macon County, Tennessee; d.


Note NI20653 :

Individuals : Linville Margaret Alice
Macon Co., Tennessee
Some sources indicate born in September 25, 1857


Note NI20654 :

Individuals : Cothron Isaac Alexander


Note NI20657 :

Individuals : Andrews Emmaline


Note NI20699 :

Individuals : McDuffee Eli Curtis
Plot: New - Row 12 Grave 26


Note NI20725 :

Individuals : Cothron Samuel L.


Note NI20726 :

Individuals : Dixon Sarah Jane


Note NI20730 :

Individuals : Gregory Hollie Peruis
He and some friends were hauling logs in a wagon one evening. According to the story, they had been drinking. Wagons at that time had a large amount of iron girding. Somehow, the wagon got off the road and turned over on Hollie. He lived a few more weeks before succumbing to his internal injuries.


Note NI20757 :

Individuals : Oliver Columbus Joshua 'Lum'
Preacher of unknown denomination


Note NI20758 :

Individuals : Smith Betty S.
Her Fathers' full name was Columbus Joshua "Lum" Oliver.
Her Mothers' full name was Betty Smith Oliver.
Two siblings preceded her in death. They were Vestal Oliver (buried at Sloans Cemetery in Pleasant Shade, TN.), and Dorothy Oliver Carver.
She had 4 siblings.


Note NI20762 :

Individuals : Gregory Cammie Romary
She had 5 sons and 2 daughters


Note NI20765 :

Individuals : Gammon Neftie Alexander
Neftie Alexander Gammon, age 94, of Lafayette, TN, passed away on Saturday, July 12, 2008.
Neftie Alexander Gammon was born on Thursday, November 13, 1913, in Macon County, TN, born one of eight siblings to the late Sam and Cammie Rosemary Gregory Gammon. On March 31, 1933, he married Nettie Gertrude Holland, who preceded him in death. Besides his wife and parents, he was preceded in death by: three brothers; Obra Gammon, Ethlie Gammon, and Cordis Gammon, and three sisters; Lola Fishburn, Zelma Cherry, and Evelle Moss.
, and three sisters; Lola Fishburn, Zelma Cherry, and Evelle
Neftie Gammon was a farmer, a truck driver for Smith Brothers Feed Mill, and a member of Maple Grove Missionary Baptist Church # 2.
e Grove Missionary Baptist Church # 2.
He is survived by: a son and daughter-in-law, Brother Jerry and Barbara Gammon of Lafayette, TN, a daughter, Virginia Carter of Lafayette,TN, one brother Lymon Gammon of Indianapolis, IN, three grandchildren; Beverly Reid, Richie Gammon, and Doug Gammon, and five great-grandchildren; Katie Reid, Ethan Reid, Zakk Gammon, Haylee Gammon, and Hunter Gammon.
an Reid, Zakk Gammon, Haylee Gammon, and Hunter Gammon.
Burial was in the Macon County Memorial Gardens.


Note NI20791 :

Individuals : Moss Jessie Bonner
J. B. was a retired minister of University Church of Christ.


Note NI20798 :

Individuals : Uhles Charles


Note NI20804 :

Individuals : Gregory Benton Willard
Funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon, January 31, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. from the Phillip Anderson & Son Funeral Home Chapel in Red Boiling Springs, TN with Elder Billy Joe Shoulder officiating. His pallbearers were Jon Hesson, Jason Gregory, Josh Gregory, Steven Gregory, Dominic Buono, Jr., Cody Miller and Shane Hesson .
He passed away at the Macon County General Hospital in Lafayette, TN
He was the son of the late Willie Newton and Otty Buck Gregory. Besides his parents, he was also preceded in death by his son, Willie Gregory, son-in-law, Harold Gammons, sisters, Graddie Dickens and Lizzie Howell, brothers, Elston, Stanton, Thurman and George Allen Gregory. He was a Mechanic for the State of Tennessee with 10 years of service and a member of the Sycamore Valley Missionary Baptist Church.
Survivors include: daughters & son-in-law; Geneva & Dudley Hesson, Lafayette, Tn., daughter, Ruth Gammons, Hendersonville, TN; sons and daughters-in-law; Randel & Beverly Gregory, Red Boiling Springs, TN, Dean & Debbie Gregory, Indianapolis, IN, Stanley & Judy Gregory, Lafayette, TN; granddaughters and their husbands, Dena & Rick Hoffmann, Christy & Dominic Buono; grandsons and their wives; Jon & Deneshia Hesson, Chris and Carie Gammons; grandsons, Jason Gregory, Scotty Gregory, Josh Gregory, Steven Gregory, great-grandsons; Cody Miller and Shane Hesson.


Note NI20824 :

Individuals : Gregory Ida
Savior lead me
Ida Gregory Beasley
Wife of J.M. Beasley
Having finished life's duty
She now sweetly rests


Note NI20834 :

Individuals : Unknown Jettie J.
We shall meet to part no more on the everlasting shore


Note NI20836 :

Individuals : Reed Cora
Born Jackson City Tn. December 25, 1876 and Date of Death: January 18, 1957 R# 2 Gallatin, TN Spouse's Name: Bell Gregory Father's Name & Birth Place: Campbell Reed Mother Eunice Hale


Note NI20840 :

Individuals : Unknown Bertha R.
Beloved mother


Note NI20854 :

Individuals : Beal Cora
Cato Column, Hartsville Vidette, March 14, 1947
We deeply regret the death of Mrs. Jonas Gregory, buried Dixon Springs Cemetery.
OBITUARY - Macon County Times, March, 1947
Mrs. Cora Beal Gregory, aged 53 years, died at Lebanon hospital following an operation about 24 hours earlier for relief of gallstone trouble. She suffered an attack of this about ten years ago, but had apparently recovered until stricken early last week. Survived by husband, Jonas Gregory, farmer of Upper Dixon's Creek section; one daughter, Mrs. George Beasley, Jr. of near Pleasant Shade; granddaughter, Sharon Beasley, residing with her parents; and one sister, Mrs. Eva Brummitt of Nashville. The remains were laid to rest in Dixon Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Gregory was a member of Ebenezer Baptist Church, and was a teacher in schools of Smith, Trousdale, and Macon Counties in years gone by. She was the daughter of the late George and Sarah Anderson Beal and was born and reared in the Nickojack Branch section of Smith County.


Note NI20875 :

Individuals : Unknown Elizabeth Ann
Love never ends


Note NI20880 :

Individuals : Gregory Estle M.
Heaven is holding my memories


Note NI20881 :

Individuals : Gregory Ettie
She was a kind and affectionate wife, a fond mother, and a friend to all.


Note NI20883 :

Individuals : Gregory Frankie
Frankie Gregory
Graveside services for Mr. Gregory will be 1 p.m. Thursday, July 22 at Dixon Springs Cemetery with Eld. Charles Allen Gentry officiating. Visitation will be 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m. at Sanderson Funeral Home in Carthage.
Mr. Gregory, 69, died Tuesday, July 20, 2010 at University Medical Center. He was a retired Lebanon businessman who owned and operated an Esso Service Station and Garage on West Main Street in Lebanon. One of five children of the late Fred Alvis and Elsie Ellis Nixon Gregory, he was born in Pleasant Shade.
He was a member of the Bide Russell Missionary Baptist Church in Riddleton and a graduate in 1959 from Smith County High School where he was active in the agriculture program and his senior year served as President of the Future Farmers of America.
He was preceded in death by sister, Shelby Gregory Gutterrez and brother, Joe Allen Gregory.
Survivors include: daughter, Michelle (Richard) Augustyniak of Murfreesboro; sisters, Bobbie Duke of Donelson and Mary Moores of Ridgetop; granddaughter, Nicole Augustyniak; and his loving companion of 38 years, Chris Clinton of Lebanon


Note NI20893 :

Individuals : Unknown Sallie
Asleep in Jesus


Note NI20901 :

Individuals : Gregory Gub
Resting in the hope of a glorious resurrection


Note NI20908 :

Individuals : Jamison Mary
Mary Jamison is also recorded as Mary Jemison.
Info from Allen McGrew in WikiTree

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