LOUISE WYATT COLLECTION
Jul 31, 1892 – Aug 1,
Minerva Lewis Byrd, 89, Stewart County, died Aug 1
Memorial Hospital in Clarksville after an extended illness.
She was a
retired Stewart County school teacher.
at 2 p.m., Aug 3 at Anglin Memorial Chapel in
Dover with Bryan Fyke officiating.
Burial was in the Rose Valley Cemetery in Indian Mound.
Stewart County on July 31, 1892, she was the
daughter of the late R. P. Lewis and Betty Smith Lewis.
She was the
widow of John E. Byrd.
She was a
member of the Wyatts Chapel United Methodist
include five sons, Norman Lewis of Dickson; Oliver
H. Byrd of Indian Mound; Elvis L. and
Henry I. Byrd of Granite City, IL; and Burris B.Byrd of Dover; a
Byrd of Indian Mound; a daughter, Ann E. Elliott of Dover; a
Clara Smith of Dover; 34 grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.
Grandsons served as pallbearers.
(Note: Minerva A.
Lewis Byrd was the gg granddaughter of Rev. War soldiers Lewis Atkins
Submitted by Kyle, Melanie and David
Atkins on behalf of Louise Wyatt- Thank you!
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