The Tennessean from Nashville, Tennessee (2024)

TMt, 1 tUNtsatAW iriaay, reoruary im an LOCAL NEWS: DEATHS Buford Lefate Banks, 74, Tullaho-ma, died Wednesday, Life Care Center. Cause not disclosed. Services 10 a.m. tomorrow, Manchester Funeral Home, Manchester, Tenn. Survivors: sisters, Rheba Williams, Daris Aldridge, Jackie Carter, all Tullahoma, Ruby Winton, Manchester, Venit-ta Perry, Cowan, Inez Newberry, Richland, Mo.

Helen Pray Barton, 83, Unionville, a retired teacher and homemaker, died Wednesday, Bedford County General Hospital, Shelbyville, Tenn. Cause not disclosed. Graveside services 10 a.m. tomorrow, Hopper Cemetery, Laws Hill community, Bedford County. Lawrence Funeral Home in charge.

Survivors: daughter, Frances Haynes, Unionville; sons, Jack, Lancaster, Ky James, D0DDS, Mr. William Grady, Sr. Age 98. Thursday, February 25, 1999. Preceded in death by daughter, Dorothy D.

Dorris. Survived by wife, Virginia Dodds; son, William G. Dodds, sister, Lucille wells; eight grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren. Visitation with the family will be held in the Woodlawn Chapel of Roses, Saturday, February 27, 1999, at 2:00 P.M. Interment in Woodlawn Memorial Park.

Arrangements by WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME, 383-4754. GIBBS, Athan Jr. February 24, 1999. Survived by parents, Athan L. (Dorothy) Gibbs, brother, Jonathan P.

Gibbs; sister, Angela D. Gibbs; grandmother, Prolla McBride; grandfather, George Gibbs, numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, and friends. Family visitation Saturday, February 27, 1999, from 12 P.M. at Pilgrim Emanuel Baptist Church, 945 Douglas Ave. Services to follow, Pastor Rodrick Pounds, Sr.

officiating. Interment Greenwood Cemetery North. LEWIS WRIGHT FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 2500 11 a.m. today, Luff Bowen Funeral Home. Survivors: brother, George Bell, McEwen.

Maude Rebecca Bollinger, 82, Ray Broyles Road, Sparta, a retired federal employee, died Wednesday, NHC Healthcare, Sparta. Cause not disclosed. Services 8 p.m. today, Thurman Funeral Home. Survivors: sisters, Norma Hay, Sparta, Evanglin Hobbs, Ohio, Ruby Hermesch, Florida; brothers, Hershell Hall, Ohio.

Gladys Shelton Caroland, 84, Mt. Juliet Road, Mt. Juliet, a homemaker, died yesterday, University Medical Center, Lebanon. Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m.

tomorrow, Austin Bell Funeral Home, Springfield. Survivors: sons, Ray, Conyers, Robert Caroland, Hermitage; daughters, Dora Yates, Hermitage, Kathy Crisp, Memphis, Fairy Caroland, Savannah, eight grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren. Kenneth Edward Carroll 19, Hohenwald, a lance corporal in the U.S. Marines, died Feb. 18, Twenty-Nine Palms, Calif.

Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m. tomorrow, First Baptist Church. McDonald Funeral Home in charge. Survivors: father, Kenneth Carroll Hohenwald; mother, Gail Bumgarner, Hohenwald; sister, Kim Morrow, Hohenwald; stepfather, Corey Bumgarner, Hohenwald; grandparents, Pearl Thornton, Ruth Carroll, both Hohenwald.

Ellen Ann Davis, 65, 530 Savely Drive, Hendersonville, an administration worker for Truckstops of America, died yesterday, Summit Medical Center. Cause not disclosed. Services noon tomorrow, Woodlawn Funeral Home. Survivors: son, Charles Davis Goodlettsville; mother, Maxine Wackstein, Hendersonville; brother, Frank White Old Hickory; a grandchild. Jimmy Ray Deaton, 54, Ashland City, owner of Deaton Camper Sales, died Wednesday, Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

Cause not disclosed. Services 10 a.m. tomorrow, Boyd Ashland City Funeral Home. Survivors: wife, Norma Deaton; sons, Nick, Ashland City, Bryan Deaton, Mammoth Spring, daughters, Eva Stewart, Hoxie, Leah Deaton, Ashland City; mother, Ruth Deaton, Paducah, brother, John Deaton, Eldon, sisters, Elizabeth Luye, Elismore, Mary Traw, Norene Heinamann, Carolyn Shaw, all St. Louis, Betty Combs, West Plains, Barbara Hoyt, Shirley Speer, both Paducah; three grandchildren.

Calvin Duggin 69, 409 Rose Manchester, a retired service station attendant, died Wednesday, Coffee Medical Center. Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m. tomorrow, Woodbury Funeral Home. Survivors: wife, Rachel Bogle Duggin; sons, Calvin, Tim, both Manchester, Danny Duggin, Mc-Minnville, daughters, Patricia Batey, McMinnville, Brenda Haggard, both Tullahoma; brothers, Kenneth, Charles, both Smith-ville, Jerry Duggin, McMinnville; sisters, Louise Christman, Martha Ferrell, Elsie Martin, all McMinnville, Jessie Turner, Smith-ville; nine grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren.

Edith Pearl Frazier, 84, Hohenwald, a homemaker, died yesterday, Lewis County Manor. Cause not disclosed. Services 10 a.m. tomorrow, McDonald Funeral Home. Survivors: husband, Ward Frazier; sons, Franklin, James, both Hohenwald, Robert Frazier, Centerville, daughters, Mary Carroll, Hohenwald, Christine Long, Hohenwald; 12 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren.

Raymond King Glasgow 74, 3903 Meadow Road, Nashville, a retired cook for Craich Boat died Wednesday, Baptist Hospital. Cause not disclosed. Services 1 p.m. tomorrow, Buena Vista Funeral Home. Survivors: wife, Aline Elizabeth Biggs Glasgow; daughter, Norman Jean Whittum, Hendersonville; sons, Raymond Glasgow, Willie Biggs, both Nashville, Clarence, Dickson, Richard, Joelton, R.B.

Biggs, Ashland City; sister, Judy Bozman, Nashville; brother, Eddie Glasgow, Nashville; 13 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren. Willard L. Goodwin, 64, Mountain View Drive, Sparta, a deputy with White County Police Department, died yesterday at home. Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m.

tomorrow, Thurman Funeral Home. Survivors: wife, Barbara Goodwin; son, Stephen Goodwin, Sparta; daughter, Nancy Turner, Sparta, Willard Ruddy, Goodwin County, daughter, Nancy Turner, Sparta; two grandchildren. Ewing Sparks Gunn, 98, Birmingham, formerly of Jackson, and Nashville, a radiologist, died Saturday at home. Cause not disclosed. Graveside services 2 p.m.

tomorrow, Hollywood Cemetery. Law-rence-Sorensen Funeral Home in charge. Survivors: daughter, Rebecca Goodin, Birmingham; two grandchildren; three greatgrandchildren. Patricia Ann Hand, 55, 7306 Lake Road N.W., Fairview, a homemaker, died Wednesday, St. Thomas Hospital.

Cause not disclosed. Services 10 a.m. tomorrow, Dickson Funeral Home, Dickson, Tenn. Survivors: parents, Charlie and Mary Ann Wilkinson, both Fairview; sons, Joe, Dickson, Timothy Hand, Lyles, daughters, Rebecca Cathey, Bon Aqua, Deborah Smith, Fairview, Pamela Love, Burns; brother, Charles Wilkinson, Lyles; sisters, Bernice Gillette, Linda Wilson, both Fairview; 12 grandchildren. Mary Elaine Harrison, 48, Dickson, a homemaker, died Wednesday, Horizon Medical Center.

Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m. Sunday, Taylor Funeral Home. Survivors: sons, Jeff, James Beaird II, both Dickson; fiance, Donald Garrett, Dickson; brothers, Paul, Stephen Harrison, both Dickson; sister, Ellen Stewart, Jeannie Watson, both Warren, a grandchild. James D.

Holman, 50, Route 1, Donelson, a press operator for the Sunday School Board Publishing died yesterday at home. Cause not disclosed. Services 10 a.m. tomorrow, Woodlawn Funeral Home. Survivors: son, David Holman, Nashville; daughter, Tracy Sans, Nashville; mother, Erlene Holman, Nashville.

Dan Jackson Huffman, 89, 410 E. Moore, Apt. 106, Tullahoma, a retired machine operator for Genesco, died Wednesday, Harton Regional Medical Center. Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m.

tomorrow, Tullahoma Funeral Home. Survivors: daughter, Helen Holder, Tullahoma; son, Grover Huffman, Tullahoma; sister, Emma Belding, Onaway, a granddaughter; four greatgrandchildren. Dave Salford Hughes, 75, 51 Johnson Lane, Loretto, a retired Firestone Factory employee, died Wednesday at home. Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m.

today, Loretto Memorial Chapel. Survivors: wife, Verlene Bosheers Hughes; sons, Otho, Loretto, Dave Hughes, Lawton, daughters, Janice Roach, Rockford, Anita K. Davis, Loretto, Anita V. Sartin, Knoxville, Donna Roach, Maryville, sisters, Eloise Kruse, Artisilla Walters, Loretto; 12 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Sabrina "Gidg" Jackson, 49, Oak Forest Drive, Winter Springs, a home-maker, died Sunday, South Seminole Hospital, Longwood, Fla.

Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m. today, Spring Hill The Baptist Church. High Funeral Home in charge. Survivors: husband, Paul Douglas Jackson; sisters, Mary Ramsey, Arkansas, Bernice Le-pordia, Jacksonville, Nancy Giddens, Kathy Giddens, both Arizona; brother, Joe Giddens, Arizona.

Howard Jones, 78, Southport community, Maury County, a farmer retired from the Public Works Department for the City of Columbia, died Wednesday, St. Thomas Hospital. Cause not disclosed. Services 1 1:30 a.m. today, Oakes Nichols Funeral Home.

Survivors: wife, Ruby Marie Baker Jones; sons, Danny, Jeffrey, both Columbia, Eddie Jones, Lynnville, daughters, Mary Jones, Mt. Pleasant, Nancy Capps, Columbia; sister, Ethel Isabell, Columbia; seven grandchildren; three greatgrandchildren. Mary Geraldine Mabee, 79, 51481 Base New Baltimore, a homemaker, died yesterday, Baptist DeKalb Hospital, Smithville, Tenn. Cause not disclosed. Services 8 p.m.

today, Hunter Funeral Home, Sparta, Tenn. Survivors: daughters, Veda Apigo, New Baltimore, Brenda Call, Crystal Lake, Rita Rosu, Roseville, Nancy Dickson, Chesterfield, sons, Norman, Gary Scowden, both Warren, sisters, Maudie Walker, Audie Bannaster, both Missouri; 33 grandchildren; 37 greatgrandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. Nora Lee Cooper Moody, 89, 80 Melanie Drive, Stockbridge, a home-maker, died Tuesday, Northlake Regional Hospital, Tucker, Ga. Cause not disclosed. Services 11 a.m.

today, Hunter Funeral Home, Sparta, Tenn. No immediate survivors. Sue C. Moore, 41, Bethpage, died Wednesday at home. Cause not disclosed.

Services 1 p.m. tomorrow, Alexander Funeral Home, Gallatin. Survivors: daughters, Rebecca Cortes, New York, Martha Cortes, Christina Cortes, both Bethpage; mother, Martha Carter, Bethpage; stepfather, Willie Cook, Bethpage; brother, Ricky Ramsey, Scotts-ville, sister, Debbie Biggers, Bethpage. Mary Valdes Pardue, 84, Cordova, formerly of Nashville and Goodlettsville, a homemaker, died Monday, Memphis Jewish Home, from complications of Alzheimer's disease. Services 1 p.m.

today, Cole and Garrett Funeral Home, Goodlettsville. Survivors: husband, William Pardue; daughter, Mary Jane Pardue, Cordova; sons, Bud, Goodlettsville, William, Wahiawa, Hawaii, Roger Pardue, Prince George, brother, William Valdes, Harrisonburg, nine grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Edward Dean "Pops" Parker 57, Sunset Drive, Gallatin, a security guard, died Tuesday, St. Thomas Hospital. Cause not disclosed.

Services 1 p.m. tomorrow, First Baptist Church, Gallatin. Johnson Coleman Funeral Home in charge. Survivors: son, Edward Parker Gallatin; daughters, Deiona Gregory, Towanna Parker, both Gallatin; father, Sammie Parker, Galla tin; sister, Ann Marshell, Gallatin; brother, Herbert Parker, Lebanon. M.H.

"Pat" Pattillo, 80, 808 West-wood, Tullahoma, a retired mechanical engineer for AEDC, died yesterday, at home. Cause not disclosed. Services 4 p.m. tomorrow, Tullahoma Funeral Home. Survivors: daughters, Suzanne Boals, Tullahoma, Marcia MacAvoy, Smyrna, stepdaughters, Beth Limbaugh, Nancy Weaver, both Tullahoma; stepson, Dennis Jennings, Normandy, sister, Mae Dee Nevill, Hermitage; eight grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; several stepgrandchildren; several stepgreat-grandchildren.

Christopher Pawloski, 38, 2061 St. James Murfreesboro, employed with Ter-minex Pest Control, died Wednesday, Middle Tennessee Medical Center. Cause not disclosed. Services 3 p.m. tomorrow, St.

Rose of Lima Catholic Church. Jennings Ayers Funeral Home in charge. Survivors: brother, George Pawloski, Monroe, sister, Judy Gentry, Murfreesboro. Ruth B. Scott, 80, 730 Franklin Road, Lewisburg, a retired clerk and home-maker, died Wednesday, Donalson Care Center.

Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m. Sunday, Higgins Funeral Home. Survivors: sons, Gary Scott, Huntsville, James Scott, Carrollton, sister, Vernia George, Lewisburg, three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Maxine T.

Seat, 84, Ciearbrook Drive, Nashville, a homemaker, died Wednesday, Lakeshore Heartland Nursing Home. Cause not disclosed. Graveside services 1 p.m. today, Woodlawn Cemetery. Pettus-Owen Wood Funeral Home in charge.

Survivors: sons, Greg, Nashville, Al-gie Seat North Carolina; sister, Sarah Castleman, Nashville; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. Jewell f'Ted" Snider, 67, 327 Sha-dowland Drive, McMinnville, a retired employee of Powermatic died yesterday, St. Thomas Hospital, Nashville. Cause not disclosed. Services 2 p.m.

tomorrow, High Funeral Home. Survivors: wife, Beatrice Scott Snider; daughter, Phyllis Snider, McMinnville; son, John Snider, Nashville; sister, Shirley Craig, McMinnville; brothers, Linell, Doris, both McMinnville, Billy Snider, Louisville. J.B. Spakes, 82, 999 Cummings Chapel Road, Sparta, a retired farmer, died Wednesday, White County Hospital. Cause not disclosed.

Services 2 p.m. today, Hunter Funeral Home. Survivors: wife, Avo Richardson Spakes; son, Charles Spakes, Sparta; sisters, Evelyn Johnson, Texas, Mary Couser, Nashville; three grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. Kristian Hunter Speegle, 103 Ger- mantown Road, Shelbyville, was stillborn Tuesday, Bedford County Medical Center. Graveside services 4 p.m.

today, Willow Mount Cemetery. Gowen-Smith Funeral Home in charge. Survivors: parents, Carl and Nannie Speegle, Shelbyville; brother, Joshua Metcalf, Shelbyville; sisters, Jamie Burgess, Wartrace, Teau Speegle, Unionville, Amber Speegle, Shelbyville; grandparents, Inez Speegle, J.D. Longshore, both Shelbyville. Larry Albert Stinson, 53, Lyles, a cashier for Par Mart, died yesterday, St.

Thomas Hospital, Nashville. Cause not disclosed. Services 3 p.m. tomorrow, McDonald Funeral Home, Centerville, Tenn. Survivors: brother, Harry Stinson, Lyles; sisters, Connie Stinson, Cheryl Murray, both Detroit.

Dorothy Rosebell Sutherland, 93, 3425 Knight Road, Whites Creek, a retired clerical worker with Weber Products, died Feb. 14, Windsor House Nursing Home. Cause not disclosed. Graveside services 2 p.m. tomorrow, Spring Hill Cemetery.

Cole Garrett Funeral Home, Goodlettsville, In charge. Survivors: sons, Robert, Goodlettsville, W.S. Sutherland, Lawrenceburg, daughter, Judy Moore, Goodlettsville; nine grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren. Harold Toms 64, Hite Street, Gallatin, a carpenter, died Wednesday, Sumner Regional Medical Center. Cause not disclosed.

Services 1 p.m. today, Alexander Funeral Home. Survivors: son, Louis Toms, Gallatin; stepsons, Johnny, Robert, both Bethpage, Danny Settle, Atkins, stepdaughters, Carlotta York, Clar Ashbrook, Charlsie Todd, Gallatin, Coetta Key, Bethpage, Cornelia Hoffman, Oak Grove community, Sumner County; brothers, Johnny, Cave City, Leon, Louisville, Leo Toms, Park City, sisters, Ruth Monroe, Cave City, Genevia Mattingly, Elizabethtown, 29 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren. Charles T. Whitehouse, 56, Nashville, a cab driver for American Taxi, died Feb.

16, Nashville Memorial Hospital. Cause not disclosed. No services scheduled. Phillips-Robinson Funeral Home in charge. Survivors: wife, Sue Whitehouse; daughters, Pam Daughtery, Amy Johnson, both Kentucky, Kamika Hesher, Nashville; sons, Scot-ty, Matthew Whitehouse, both Kentucky; brother, Harry Whitehouse, Kentucky; 10 grandchildren.

with the home. Survivors include four grandchildren, Julia DeArk and Charles DeArk II, California, Mary DeArk, Tennessee, and Linda Gibbs, Colorado; four great-grandchildren, Charles DeArk III, Michelle Gibbs, Phillip DeArk, Michael Gibbs; five step-great-grandchildren; and nine great-great-grandchildren of California, Louisiana, and Tennessee. Services will be held in California at a later date. In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorials be made to Cave Springs Home, Pegram, or to a favorite charity. her family's cemetery in Judges Chapel, near Hopkinsville, her mother said.

The fatal fire broke out on the night of Feb. 15 in the family's duplex at 5524 Eulala Drive in Nashville near the intersection of Bell and Nolensville roads. -KATHY CARLSON Windham Center, Jerald Barton, Conway, 13 grandchildren; 40 great-grandchildren; a great-great-grandchild. William Everett "Buddy" Bell, 78, 10180 U.S. 70 East, McEwen, retired from the engineering department of Ford Motor Dearborn, died yesterday, Baptist Three Rivers Hospital, Waver-ly, Tenn.

Cause not disclosed. Services GLASS, George Willis Age 71. February 23, 1999 after a lengthy illness. Survived by wife, Alma Dean Glass; two daughters, Donna Rigsby, Jane Mandrell; son-in-law, Lanny Mandrell; three sons, Clint Glass, Andy Glass, Travis Glass; daughter-in-law, Cheri Glass; three grandchildren, Nickie Wilhelm, Julie Adkins, Jason Adkins; several nieces and nephews. Mr.

Glass was owner of Glass Bait Co. for 30 years. He was employed by Container Corporation of America. He was a Navy veteran, serving during WWII. Mr.

Glass is at Hibbett Hailey Funeral Home, where funeral services will be conducted 2 P.M. Friday by Bro. Jerry Peace. Honorary pallbearers: Middle Tennessee Beagle members, members of the Middle Tennessee Poultry Club, and the congregation of the Harvest Hills Baptist Church. Active pallbearers: Fred Parrish, Lanny Mandrell, Sidney Petty, Woody Gant, Monte Glass, Buddy Moore.

Interment Hermitage Memorial Gardens. HIBBETT HAILEY FUNERAL HOME, 883-2361. HENDERSON, Eula M. February 24, 1999. Survived by great niece, Odessa Dotson; other relatives and friends.

Complete arrangements to be announced later. SMITH BROTHERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 706 Monroe, 726-1476, Henry L. and Melvin J. Smith, Directors Donelson Woodlawn Funeral Home H0LMAN, James Douglas Age 50, February 25, 1999. Survived by son, David Scott Holman; daughter, Tracy Lynn Sans; mother, Erlene 8.

Holman; special friend, Marialice Baker. Funeral services will be conducted 10:30 a.m. Saturday Woodlawn Funeral Home Chapel. Interment Woodlawn Memorial Park. Family friends will serve as Pallbearers.

Visitation with the family 6-8 p.m. Friday at WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME, 660 Thompson Lane, 383-4754 MCCADDEN, PrurJdy Febru-ary 23, 1999. Survived by ex-husband, Morris McCadden; two daughters, Rhoda Vaugh-en, Annie Harris; five grandchildren, Michelle, Anthony, Kimberly, Denise, and James; 11 great-grandchildren; host of other relatives and friends. Family visistion Saturday, February 27, 1999, 1 2 P.M., Jehovah Church of God, Gallatin, TN. Funeral to follow, Elder Luther Hills, officiating.

Interment following in Crestview Cemetery. LEWIS AND WRIGHT FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 2500 Clarksville Hwy. Richard A. Lewis and William H. Wright, Directors.

255-2371. Madison, TN MUCHER, Tamara Kay February 25, 1999. Age 34. Survived by husband, Jon D. Mucher; parents, William and Brenda Hodges, Chattanooga; brother, Darren (Stephanie) Hodges, Chattanooga; grandmother, Mrs.

Tommie Watson, Chattanooga. Remains are at Cole Garrett Funeral Home, Goodlettsville, where family will receive friends from 10 A.M. -9 P.M. Friday. Funeral services will be conducted 10 A.M.

Saturday at Metro Baptist Church, Neely's Bend, Madison, by Rev. John Bowman and Bro. Terry St. John. Uncles will serve as pallbearers.

Graveside services and interment will be at Hamilton Memorial Gardens, Chattanooga, TN at 3 P.M. Saturday. COLE GARRETT FUNERAL HOME, 859-5231. 24-Hour Obit Line 859-0300. VAUGHN, Margaret Lee 'Bobbie' Wednesday, February 24, 1999.

Age 67. Survived by mother, Margaret K. Lewis, Nashville; daughter, Jane Vaughn, Goodlettsville; son, David Vaughn, Hendersonville; sister, Jane Lomax, Bellevue; two grandsons, Chris and Daniel Vaughn. Remains rest at the funeral home of Phillips-Robinson 2707 Gallatin where the family will receive friends Saturday, February 27th, from 1 :00 until service time. Memorial service at 4:00 P.M.

with Rev. James M. Moore officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Am srican Diabetes Association, Nashville Chapter. PHILLIPS-ROBINSON Directors.

262-3312. mm BATTLE, Tonia Denise Expired February 21, 1999. Survived by children, Cher Waters, Tocarro Sweatt, Britany Edmondson; loving mother, Delores Ann Morris; two brothers, Melvin Johnson, Adarlon Morris; sister, Frances Johnson; two aunts, nieces, nephews, a host of other relatives and friends. Visitation Saturday, February 27, 1999, from 11 A.M. -12 P.M.

at New Faith Baptist Church, 3010 Hummingbird Dr. Funeral to follow, Rev. Charles Braden officiating. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. GARDNER MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 2302 Buchanan Debra Clay and Andrew Gard-ner Jr.

Directors, 255-1338 BEAMER, Charles Jr. 75. February 21, 1999 after a brief illness. Survived by devoted wife, Margaret; sons, Charles T. and Michael E.

(Gale) Beamer, Nashville, TN; daughters, Anna B. Wallace and Francesca E. (Daniel) Mu-noz, Nashville, TN; loving brother, Cladieus Beamon, Nashville, TN; loving sisters, Evelyn Beamon, Nashville, TN, Florence (Hewitt) Chambers, Newark, NJ; 13 grandchildren, ,11 great-grandchildren; many other relatives, friends, and the Westwood Baptist Church family. Family visitation Satur-vday, February 27, 1999, from 11 A.M. -12 P.M.

at wood Baptist Church University Center, 2510 Albion Street. Funeral to follow with Pastor Barton Elliott Harris officiating. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. JOHNSON'S HOUSE OF ATENA, 254-3472. Bell Buckle, TN BUCKINGHAM, Bertie Singleton Age 62.

February 24, 1999. Survived by husband, Roy Frank Buckingham, daughters, Shirley Owens, Vickie Campbell, Gloria Bragg, Anita Massengale, Ellen Buck-, ingham; God-daughter, Paula Wright; sons, Roy Frank Buck- ingham, Ralph Bucking-, ham, Wayne Buckingham; sis-ter, Glyndon Holland, Detroit, Ml. The body will lie in state Saturday, February 27, 1999, at Bright Temple COGIC from 12 Noon -1 P.M., family visitation at 1 P.M., funeral services at 2 P.M., Elder Lawson Howard, officiating, Elder Willie Lee Rippy, eulogist. Interment Houston Withworth Cemetery. H.

PRESTON SCALES AND SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 893-1313. rsj West Nashville CURD, Mrs. Catherine Elizabeth McConnell Age 91. February 24, 1999. Preceded in death by her husband, Glenn K.

Curd; son, Robert K. Curd; grandson, David Mat-" thews; son-in-law, Jesse Poole. Mrs Curd leaves her daughters, Eunice Poole, Nashville, Dorothy (Tom) Ak-ers, TX, Evelyn (Bill) Pilkinton, Brentwood, Catherine (John) Mathews, Denver, CO; daughter-in-law, June Curd; sisters, Mai Garretty, Sarah Douglas, both of Nashville; 12 grandchildren, 19 greatgrandchildren, four great great-grandchildren, Jona- thon, Brittany, and Hailey terson, Jessica Mosley. She was a member of Park Avenue Baptist Church for over 54 years. Services 11:00 A.M.

Saturday, February 27, 1999, from the chapel of Pettus-Ow-en Wood Funeral Home. Bro. Bob Mowrey, Bro. Homer Wills, and Bro. Leonard Ow- iens will officiate.

Interment follow at Hermitage Me-mortal Gardens. Pallbearers: grandsons, Tom, Alan, and dim Akers, Keith Curd; neph- ews, Joe McConnell, Paul and Charles McConnell, James Fulghum. Honorary pallbear-J ers: Members of West Nash- ville Order of the Eastern Star 168, Past Matrons and Pa-; trons of the O.E.S., Members -of the Temple Bible Class and v. Young at Hearts of Park Ave-nue Baptist Church, and Chris i Christianson. Friends may call from 9:00 A.M.

9:00 P.M. I Friday at PETTUS-OWEN WOOD, 46th and Charlotte Av-i enue, 292-3392. I SCRUGGS, Edna Winston Age 83. Retired Federal em-i ployee, Washington, DC. Feb-I ruary 24, 1999.

Survived by 1 i her sister, Iris S. Bethurum; I lhree nieces, four nephews, I six great-nieces, six great-i iiephews. She was a member i of Belmont United Methodist Church. Mrs. Scruggs was a i resident of the Health Center at Richland Place, Nashville.

Graveside service March 7, Thompson Station, TN BEASLEY, Deacon Percy Visitation Feb. 27 from 11-12 Noon at Lynn Creek Tabernacle, Fairground Franklin, TN. Funeral to follow. In lieu of flowers, family request that donations be made to the Percy Beasley Scholarship Fund of the Evergreen P.B. Church, Mrs.

R. Beasley, 1770 Evergreen Thompson Station, TN 37179. SERVICE ENTRUSTED TO PATT0N BROTHERS FUNER-AL DIRECTORS CLARK, Emmett Departed this life Monday, February 22, 1999. Survived by wife, Effie Pearl Clark; step children, Alfred, Randall (Kathy) and Georgia McFarland; nephews, Jessie Martin, Peoria, IL, Thomas Cartmell, Colorado Springs, CO, Robert Lee Ar-buckle, Newark, N.J.; nieces, Helen Cartmell, Lebanon, TN and Pauline Harris; very de-voed niece, Regina Cartmell; a host of other relatives and friends. A special thanks to the Staff of Bordeaux Hospital.

Visitation with the family Sat. Feb. 27, 1999 from 11-12 Noon at St. Matthews M.B. Church, 2414 Osage St.

Funeral to follow, Rev. W.B. Armstrong officiating. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. SMITH BROTHERS FUNERAL DIRECTORS 706 Monroe, 726-1476, Henry L.

and Melvin J. Smith, Directors Hendersonville Woodlawn Funeral Home DAVIS, Ellen Ann Age 65, February 25, 1999. Preceded in death by sons, William De-witt Davis James Franklin Davis. Survived by son daughter-in-law, Charles Roy (Jenette) Davis mother, Maxine White Wackstein; brother, Frank F. White grandson, Christopher Tyson Davis.

Funeral services will be conducted 12 Noon Saturday Woodlawn Funeral Home Chapel of Roses, Bro. Layton Hall officiating. Interment Woodlawn Memorial Park. Pallbearers: Hugh F. Bills, William Ler-oy Huffman, Andrew White, T.

Alan White, John Woodroof, Gary Brown. Visitation with the family 10:30 a.m. until 12 Noon Saturday at WOODLAWN FUNERAL HOME, 660 Thompson Ln 383-4754 Franklin, TN Rudderville Community MAY, William Adelbert Age 88. February 24, 1999. Survived by wife, Mrs.

Zelma Watson May, Rudderville Community. Remains are at Franklin Memorial Chapel, where services will be conducted 11 A.M. Friday, February 26, 1999, with Rev. Andrew Mayton officiating. Interment Mt.

Hope Cemetery. Active pallbearers: G.W. Bowman, Robert Carpenter, Charlie Primm, Jimmy Sack, Lewis Baltz, Percy Nellums, Robert White, Allen White. Honorary pallbearers: John Ham, Howard Green Smithson, Hay-den Stephens, Douglas Harmon, Bill Carpenter, Nelson Luster, Tony Luster, Hale Har-. ris, Clifton Taylor, Clyde Mosley, John M.

Green, Ed Heith-co*ck, Norman Noland, Randy Hickman. FRANKLIN MEMO-RIAL CHAPEL, 794-1512. Murfreesboro, TN THACKST0N, Blake (Bill) Chapman Age 81, of 322 Tyne Avenue, Murfreesboro, TN. Died Saturday, February 20, 1999 at National Health Care Center. He was a native of Smith County.

Survived by his wife, Marguerite Odil Thackston; daughters, Elizabeth (Guerry) McComas and Lou (William) Edwards, Nashville; step-grandchildren, Clay McComas and Laura McComas. Mr. Thackston was a graduate of MTSU, served in the Army Air Corps in WWII, a member of St. Paul's Episcopal Church where he served as vestryman, Lay Reader, and Chalice Bearer, a member of the Murfreesboro Downtown Kiwanis Club, SAR, and life member of the Brotherhood of St. Andrew.

He was retired from the Tennessee Department of Transportation. Mr. Thackston donated his body to Vanderbilt Hospital. Memorial service will be conducted at 2 P.M. Sunday, February 28, 1999, at St.

Paul's Episcopal Church with Father Gene Wise officiating. Visitation with the family will be from 2 -4 P.M. Saturday, February 27, 1999, at his home, 322 Tyne Avenue, Murfreesboro, TN, and from 3 5 P.M. Sunday in Ferguson Hall at St. Paul's Episcopal Church following his memorial service.

Honorary pallbearers will be the Vestry, Chalice Bearers, and Lay Readers of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, and members of the Murfreesboro Downtown Kiwanis Club. Memorials in memory of Mr. Thackston may be made to St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 315 E.

Main Murfreesboro, TN 37130. WOODFIN MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 893-5151. Clarksville Hwy. Richard A. Lewis and William H.

Wright, Directors. 255-2371. IVORY, Robert Feb. 18, 1999. Survived by daughter, Yolanda and son, Robert Ivory sister, Georgia (Lee) Patterson; brothers, Rev.

I.L. (Lanie), William (Dorothy) and Chester Ivory, Eddie and Samuel Bolden; dear friend, Jossie Williams; several grandchildren; many other relatives and friends. Family Visitation Saturday, Feb. 27 from 10-11 a.m. Funeral to follow at the Robert E.

Lewis Memorial Chapel, Rev. I.L. Ivory officiating. Interment Greenwood Cemetery. LEWIS WRIGHT FUNERAL DIRECTORS, 2500 Clarksville Richard A.

Lewis and William H. Wright, Directors, 255-2371 LEE, John Moore, Jr. Died of natural causes in Naples, FL on February 24, 1999. Survived by brother, William H. Lee, Knoxville; several nieces and nephews.

His remains are at the Broadway Chapel, 1715 Broadway, where the family receive friends on Friday from 6 8 P.M. Funeral services will be conducted in the funeral home chapel at 10 A.M. on Saturday, February 27, 1999, with Dr. Daniel Kuhn officiating. Active pallbearers: Dr.

Judson Randolph, Richard Jones, Mark Smith, Nelson Andrews, T. Scott Fillebrown, and Fred Tarkington. Honorary pallbearers: John Tipton, David K. Wilson, David Wiley, Joe Murphy, Bill Wilson, J.E. Carnes, John Moore, Joe Martin, John Burch, Dr.

Roy Elam, Lipscomb Davis, C.A. Craig, II. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Vanderbilt Children's Hospital, 2424 Garland Nashville, TN 37212, or the Vine Street Christian Church, 4101 Harding Road, Nashville, TN 37205. ROESCH-PATTON, AUSTIN, BRACEY CHARLTON, 1715 Broadway.

244-6480. PAYNE, Vera L. Russell February 24, 1999. Survived by son, Manson S. (Jean) Payne, other dear relatives.

Complete arrangements to be announced. DAVIS-CAMPBELL-MCCLAIN, Directors. 329-9700. Gallatin, TN WILLIAMSON, Ruby Irene Age 82. Wednesday, February 24, 1999.

Preceded in death by her husband, B.K. Williamson. She is survived by her son, Billy Ray Williamson, Gallatin; brother, Johnny Jones, Mt. Juliet; grandchildren, Beverly Brimm, Brayn Ray Williamson, Billy King Williamson, Brent Howard Williamson; great-grandchildren, Jessica Brimm, Matthew Brim, Christina Brimm, and Lauren Williamson. Her remains are at Cole Garrett Funeral Home, Hendersonville, where the family will receive friends (today) Friday, February 26th, from 2 9 P.M.

Funeral services will be at the funeral home Saturday, February 27, 1999, at 11:00 A.M., Cathy Limenstahl officiating. Family and friends will serve as pallbearers. Entombment Spring Hill Mausoleum. COLE GARRETT, Hendersonville. 824-8605.

24-Hour Obit Line 859-0300. 'Grandma' Grow's life one of service 1942. Following her graduation, she visualized a place where the mentally or physically challenged could receive the necessary skills to lead productive lives. This dream became a reality with the Pegram facility in 1956. Described by President Ronald Reagan as "pragmatic," Mrs.

Grow served as president and director of Cave Springs Home from 1956 until her retirement in 1990. In 1959 she became the first woman to receive the Sertoma International Service to Mankind award for her humanitarian work By SUSAN TAYLOR Staff Writer Julia Muir "Grandma" Grow, 93, dedicated her life to providing education and training to mentally and physically challenged children in the Nashville area. The founder of Cave Springs Home for Adult Special Education in Pegram in Cheatham County died Wednesday at her home in Los Angeles from an undisclosed cause. A 1956 graduate of Madison College, the then-50-year-old grandmother was inspired to earn a degree in nursing after her granddaughter was born blind in Rites planned A memorial service will be held tomorrow for Rebecca Ann Farr, a 10-year-old Nashville girl who died Feb. 18 from injuries she suffered in a house fire.

The service is set for 2 p.m. at Una Elementary School, 2018 Murfreesboro Road, Nashville, the girl's mother, Charlotte Farr, said. for fire victim Rebecca Fair, 10 Jeff Toms, minister at the Hickory Hollow Fellowship, will speak at the service. The congregation meets at the school. "We want it to be really a celebration of Rebecca," Farr said.

"I know this would be something she would want" Rebecca was buried last week in I 1333 III OUipilUI Opilliyi, HL..

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The Tennessean is a daily newspaper published in Nashville, Tenn.

How many people died in the battle of Nashville? ›

Casualties and aftermath

Of the 30,000 Confederate troops engaged at Nashville, an estimated 6,000 were casualties. The 55,000 men of Thomas's force suffered just 3,061 casualties. The Confederates ran from Union soldiers for 10 days, stopping to breathe only after crossing into Alabama and over the Tennessee River.

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What is Nashville Tennessee best known for? ›

Nashville is widely known as Music City–and for good reason. But music's not the only thing that makes the city famous. Whether you're a foodie, a history buff, or simply looking for a fun vacation destination, Nashville offers exciting and unique experiences for all ages and interests.

What is the Nashville post? › is an online news service covering business, politics and sports in the Nashville metropolitan area. It is locally owned and available by subscription.

How many skyscrapers are in Nashville? ›

As of February 2024, there are 201 completed high-rises in the city. Twenty high-rises have been completed in the past three years, with another twenty currently in construction, fifteen approved, and another 25 high-rises approved and proposed.

What town in Tennessee lost almost all of its soldiers during the Civil War? ›

Left behind was a small town and a battered Confederate army. Altogether, some 10,000 American soldiers became casualties at Franklin and about three-fourths of that number were Confederates. Six Confederate generals were counted among those killed or mortally wounded.

What battle was the single bloodiest day in Tennessee history? ›

On April 7, 1862, the Civil War's Battle of Shiloh ended with a United States (Union) victory over Confederate forces in Pittsburg Landing, Tennessee. The two-day conflict was at that point the bloodiest battle in American history, with more than 23,000 dead and wounded.

What's the bloodiest battle in American history? ›

Antietam, the deadliest one-day battle in American military history, showed that the Union could stand against the Confederate army in the Eastern theater. It also gave President Abraham Lincoln the confidence to issue the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation at a moment of strength rather than desperation.

Is Nashville bigger than Memphis? ›

The largest city in Tennessee is officially no longer Memphis. New Census figures pass that crown to Nashville. Census population estimates released Thursday show Nashville was home to 660,388 people in 2016. Memphis had 652,717 residents, falling 7,671 short of Nashville.

Is Nashville bigger than Atlanta? ›

Nashville has an estimated population of around 671,295 people. Atlanta has an estimated population of 512,550 people.

Is Nashville growing or Shrinking? ›

Since 1990, the population has grown 81%, with more than two— million residents in the Nashville metropolitan area in 2022.

What food was invented in Nashville? ›

Whatever your favorite chocolate candy is, you can thank Nashville-based Goo Goo Cluster for it. In 1912, they invented the methodology that made mass-produced, multi-layered, chocolate-covered candy bars possible when they encased a mound of caramel, marshmallow nougat and freshly-roasted peanuts in milk chocolate.

What is a fun fact about Nashville? ›

Nashville was originally called Fort Nashborough and was founded by James Robertson in 1780. This historic city is named after Francis Nash, a general in the Revolutionary War who was killed in the Battle of Germantown. Nashville was a key city, playing an important role in the Civil War.

What is the most visited place in Nashville Tennessee? ›

Top Attractions in Nashville
  • Grand Ole Opry. 14,145. Theaters. ...
  • Ole Smoky Distillery & Yee-Haw Brewery. 5,873. ...
  • Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery. 8,028. ...
  • Ryman Auditorium. 13,793. ...
  • Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. 15,466. ...
  • RCA Studio B. 4,038. ...
  • Andrew Jackson's Hermitage. 5,861. ...
  • Gaylord Opryland Garden Conservatory. 6,146.

What is the name of the newspaper in Williamson County Tennessee? › | The Voice of America's Greatest County.

Where is the Tennessee Tribune? ›

The Tennessee Tribune, 1501 Jefferson St, Nashville, TN - MapQuest.

What is the address of the Nashville newspaper? ›

Driving directions to The Tennessean Media, 1801 West End Ave, Nashville - Waze.

What is the name of the Chattanooga newspaper? ›

As Chattanooga's daily newspaper, Chattanooga Times Free Press completes coverage of breaking news in Chattanooga.


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