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                                             DATE OF DEATH - OCTOBER 29, 1971
                                             MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
Frank Bench Allen, 84, died friday night at Nashville hospital after a four month illness.
Funeral Arrangements are incomplete.
Mr. Allen was born in Montgomery County March 4, 1887, the son of the late William and Blanche Payne Allen.  His wife Etha Allen, preceded him in death on Sept. 10, 1963.
He is survived by two sons, William Allen, Chapmansboro, and Charlie, North Clarksville; and three daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Lee, Georgia, Mrs. Irma Clark, and Mrs. Blanche Mehas, both of New Jersey.
The body will remain at McReynolds Funeral Home until the hour of service.
(Information above from unknown source).
                                 SUBSEQUENT DEATH NOTICE FROM THE
                                 CLARKSVILLE LEAF-CHRONICLE, NOVEMBER 1, 1971
                                 PAGE 6
Funeral services for Frank Bench Allen, 84, who died friday night in a Nashville hospital after a four month illness, will be conducted today at 2 p.m. at McReynolds Funeral Home by Landon A. Hatley, minister.  Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Gardens.
Pallbearers will be Vaughn Fielder, James K.Stack, Owen Head, Preston Waters, Howard Balthrop, Henry T. Lipscomb, and Gilbert King.
                               ETHA MANSON MARABLE ALLEN
                               DATE OF DEATH - SEPTEMBER 10, 1963
                               MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
                               MRS. ETHA ALLEN
Mrs. Etha Marable Allen, 77, died in a Nashville hospital tuesday morning after an illness of three years. She was a resident of Chapmansboro, Route 1.
Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. thursday in McReynolds Chapel by minister George Spivey.  Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Gardens.
She was born in Montgomery County, November 1, 1885, the daughter of the late Henry and Caroline Marable.
Survivors include her husband, Frank B. Allen, to whom she was married in 1910; two sons, William and Charlie of Chapmansboro; three daughters, Mrs. Blanche Mehas, Westfield, N.J., Mrs. Emma Helsinki, Irvington, N.J., Mrs. Beatrice Allen, Valdosta, GA.; two sisters, Mrs. E. C. Ingram, Clarksville and Mrs. M. N. Munn, Memphis.
The body will remain at McReynolds Funeral Home.  Pallbearers will be James Stack, Vaughn Fielder, Lennie Key, Frank Key, Henry Chester and Owen Head.  She was a member of the Church of Christ.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, wed., Sept. 11, 1963, p.2)
                                           MABEL MARABLE BAGGETT
                                           DATE OF DEATH - APRIL 30, 1991
                                           MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
Mabel Marable Baggett, 93, Regency Park Apartments, died tuesday, April 30, 1991, at Memorial Hospital.  Funeral arrangements will be announced by McReynolds-Nave and Larsen Funeral Home.  (Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, wed, May 1, 1991, p. 10-A)
                                          SUBSEQUENT NOTICE APPEARING IN THE SAME PAPER
                                          MAY 2, 1991
Mabel Marable Baggett, 93, M-93 Regency Park Apartments, died tuesday, April 30, 1991, at Memorial Hospital.  A graveside service will be at 11 a.m. today at Greenwood Cemetery with the Rev. Joe Moore officiating.
Visitation will be from 10 a.m. today until the hours of service at McReynolds-Nave and Larsen Funeral Home.
She was born February 3, 1898 in Montgomery County, a daughter of Dr. S.A. Marable and Elizabeth Jackson Marable.  She was a widow of Lee H. Baggett.
She was a retired schoolteacher in the Montgomery County school system and a member of the Forest Street United Methodist Church and the Retired Teachers Association.
Survivors include a brother, Repps C. Marable, Clarksville, and a sister, Annis M. Powers, Clarksville.
Pallbearers will be John Marable, Gray Marable, Corban Stone, Robbie Stone, Sam Balthrop, Jim Balthrop, Shelby Marable Powers and John Garrett.
Memorials may be made to Forest Street Methodist Church.
                               THE REV. JEREMIAH PARKER BELLAMY
                               DATE OF DEATH - SEPTEMBER 19, 1880
                               MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
                               A GOOD MAN TRANSLATED FROM EARTH TO GLORY
Rev. J. P. Bellamy, the last one of the old lights in Wiley's Chapel, was called from labor to refreshement at high twelve on Sunday, the 19th of September, at his residence in Montgomery County, Tenn.  He was born May 23, 1798 and was 82 years, 3 months and 27 days.  He professed religion in 1819, in the town of Charlotte, Tenn, and was admitted into the church and appointed class-leader that year.  He was licensed to preach at the conference held near Hopkinsville, in 1825.  He and the lamented F.E. Pitts were examined together and both licensed to preach at that conference.  He was 61 years a member of the M.E. Church and 55 years a preacher of the gospel.  When my appointment was read out for Blooming Grove Circuit at the conference of 1877, being a total stranger in this county, I asked my presiding Elder, Bro. Burr, to give me the name of some prominent member that I could write to and he gave me the name of Rev. J.P. Bellamy, informing me that he was a local preacher on my circuit.  I wrote to him and in a few days got an answer that encouraged me greatly; and on my arrival I found him to be the best friend a poor circuit-rider could have---always ready to counsel and help in every way, and though 80 odd years old, still ready to preach.  I do not think I ever knew a man that prayed more in public with such power as he.  He prayed to cease at once to work and live and up to within three or four days of his death, filled the pulpit at Salem, and on the morning of his death, he fixed to start to a meeting 8 miles off, but was dissuaded by his daughter.  About 11 o'clock he got very happy and praised God aloud, until nearly 12; and even a half minute before his death, he sat up on the edge of his bed; but said: "I believe I am dying" and laid down and ceased to breathe in a few seconds, without a struggle.  Indeed, it was not like dying, it was more like going to sleep and waking up in a new world.  (Transcription from R.P.Gannaway).  Rev. Bellamy's gravesite cannot be located.  He was the son of Elisha Bellamy. His wife was Elizabeth Narcissa Given.
                                     VIRGINIA S. REED
                                     DATE OF DEATH - MARCH 6, 1830
Virginia S. Reed, daughter of Rev. J.P. Bellamy, of Montgomery County, Tenn.; wife of James B. Reed, Goodlettsvile, died March 6, 1860; born Palmyra, July 16, 1830, married January 11, 1849; left widower, 5 children, the youngest only a few days.  (Source Unknown)
                                    DR. PETER F. BELLAMY
                                    DATE OF DEATH - APRIL 12, 1912
                                    MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TENNESSEE
Dr. P.F. Bellamy, aged seventy-six years, died at his home on Blooming Grove Creek last night after an illness of some length.
He was a member of the Baptist Church, an Odd Fellow and one of the most widely known citizens of Montgomery County.  He leaves a wife and two children, Mrs. Alex Naylor of Nashville, and Elmer Bellamy of this county.
The funeral and burial will take place at Blooming Grove Church tomorrow afternoon.
(Obit transcribed from the Daily Leaf-Chronicle, Clarksville, TN, April 12, 1912, p. 5).
Dr. Peter F. Bellamy was the son of the Rev. Jeremiah P. Bellamy. He is interred in the Blooming Grove Baptist Church Cemetery, Montgomery County, TN.
                                      ROBERT G. BELLAMY
                                      DATE OF DEATH - MARCH 30, 1875
                                      MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
Robert G. Bellamy, son of Rev. J.P. and Elizabeth Bellamy, brother of Rev. Richard Watson Bellamy, Tenn. Conf., born Montgomery County., Tenn., Sept. 9, 1845; married Susan Massey, December 19, 1869, died March 30, 1875.
(Obit source unknown).  Interment site unknown.
                                    MARGARET EUDORA DUNBAR
                                    DATE OF DEATH - JULY 13, 1878
                                    STEWART COUNTY, TN
Margaret Eudora Dunbar, wife of Samuel Dunbar, died July 13, 1878; daughter of Rev. J.P. Bellamy.  (Obit source unknown).. Margaret Eudora Dunbar was born Oct 4, 1843 in Woodlawn, Montgomery County, TN.   Her interment site is unknown.
                                      ELIZABETH MADISON "BETTY" JACKSON MARABLE
                                      DATE OF DEATH - MAY 15, 1906
                                      MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
                                      MRS. S. A. MARABLE OF CARBONDALE, DIED YESTERDAY
                                      AFTER SHORT ILLNESS
Mrs. Bettie, wife of Dr. S.A. Marable, died yesterday evening at 6 o'clock at her home near Carbondale of a complication of diseases. She became ill last thursday and rapidly grew worse from the start. Mrs. Marable was 43 years old and was a woman of fine Christian character. She was a member of the Methodist Church.  Besides her husband, she leaves eight children.  The funeral will be tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock with services by Rev. J.A. Patterson. The interment will be in the Myers graveyard.
(Obit transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, wed afternoon, May 16, 1906, Front page)
Elizabeth Madison "Betty" Jackson was the first wife of Dr. Samuel Addison Marable.  She was the daughter of Dr. James Madison Jackson and Mary Corban.
                                        ANNIS LOUISE MARABLE POWERS
                                        DATE OF DEATH - NOVEMBER 25, 1993
Annis Louise Powers, 90, Farmington Hills, Michigan, died thursday, November 25, 1993, at Botsford Hospital, Farmington Hills.
The funeral will be at 1 p.m. monday at McReynolds-Nave and Larson Funeral Home with the Rev. Phillip Ritter officiating.  Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.
Visitation will be after noon today at the funeral home.
She was born December 21, 1902, in Montgomery County, a daughter of Dr. S.A. Marable and Elizabeth Jackson Marable.  She was the widow of Issac Powers and was a homemaker and a member of Tarsus United Methodist Church.
Survivors include a son, Shelby Marable Powers, Farmington Hills; and one grandchild.
Pallbearers will be H.J. Stinson, Sam Balthrop, Charles Powers, Jim Marable, John Marable and Gray Marable.
(Obit transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle Sunday, November 28, 1993, p. A-13.)
                                      ARLINE CONROY INGRAM, JR.
                                      DATE OF DEATH - APRIL 13, 1975
                                      MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
Arline Conroy Ingram, Jr., 31, died at 7:30 p.m. sunday at Memorial hospital following an extended illness.  He was a disabled truck driver and resided in St. Bethlehem.
Funeral Services will be conducted wednesday, at 10 a.m. at McReynolds Funeral Home by the Rev. Glen Ellis.  Burial will be in Chapel Hill Cemetery at Trenton, KY.
Mr. Ingram was born in Montgomery County, March 16, 1944, son of Virginia Johnson Ingram, Clarksville, and the late A.C. Ingram, Sr.  He was a member of Spring Creek Baptist Church.
Survivors in adition to his mother are his widow, Mrs. Judy Harvey Ingram; a son, Michael; a daughter, Linda Ingram, Clarksville; two sisters, Mrs. Faye Perry and Mrs. Christine Abbott, Clarksville.
(Obit transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, Monday, April 14, 1975).
                                   ARLINE CONROY INGRAM, SR.
                                   DATE OF DEATH - JUNE 29, 1973
                                   CLARKSVILLE, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
Arline Conroy Ingram, Sr., 61, died suddenly at 4:20 a.m. today in Clarksville Memorial Hospital.
  He was a retired farmer of the St. Bethlehem community.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. sunday at McReynolds Funeral Home by the Rev. C. G. Sego.  Burial will be in Chapel Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Ingram was born in Montgomery County, December 29, 1911, son of Uriel Ingram and the late Mrs. Mary Marable Ingram. He was a member of the Baptist Church.
Survivors in adition to his father, are his widow, Mrs.Cynthia Johnson Ingram, whom he married December 21, 1931; a son, Arline C. Ingram, Jr., Clarksville; three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Wade, Mrs. John Abbott, and Mrs. Bob Perry, Clarksville; a sister, Mrs. Jody Seay, Clarksville; 16 grandchildren and one great-childchild.
Pallbearers will be Robert Byard, Tommy Seay, Norris Tinsley, William T. Rittenberry, William D. Perry, and Junior Wade.
(Obit transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, June 29, 1973).
Mr. Ingram is interred in the Chapel Hill Cemetery in Christian County, KY.


                                          DATE OF DEATH - MARCH 11, 1960
                                          MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
                                          ERNEST INGRAM DIES AT HOME EARLY TODAY
Ernest Ingram, 72, retired farmer, died unexpectedly at 6 a.m. today at his home in the St. Bethlehem community.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete but services will be at the Murphy and Gupton Funeral Home with burial in Greenwood Cemetery.
Mr. Ingram was a lifelong resident of Montgomery County, and was born June 10, 1887, son of the late Perry and Mary Smith Ingram.  In 1911 he was married to Miss Helen Marable who survives with three sons, Howard Milton Marable, Plainfield, New Jersey, Ernest P. Ingram, White House, New Jersey, Homer E. Ingram, Palmyra Community; a daughter, Mrs. Mabel Irene Bumpus, Route 3; a brother, Uriel Ingram, Clarksville; two sisters, Mrs. Curt Cherry, Route 3, and Mrs. Early Mason, Clarksville and seven grandchildren.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, Friday, March 11, 1960, Front page)
                                       DATE OF DEATH - AUGUST 18, 1974
                                       MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
Mrs. Helen Elizabeth Ingram, 80, Route 3, Clarksville, died sunday at 6:30 a.m. in Clarksville Manor Nursing Home following a year's illness.
Funeral services will be conducted at 10:00 a.m. tuesday at Murphy's Funeral Home by the Rev. Delwyn Fryers and the Rev. Gordon Meadors.  Burial will be in Greenwood.
Mrs. Ingram was born in Montgomery County, Sept. 15, 1893, daughter of the late Henry and Caroline Edwards Marable.  Her husband, Ernest Ingram, died in 1960.  She ws a member of the St. Bethlehem United Methodist Church.
Survivors are threesons, Ernie, Westfield, N.J., Howard, Plainville, N.J., and Homer Ingram, Erin; one daughter; Mrs. Lowell Bumpus, Clarksville; eight grandchildren; one great-grandchild.
Pallbearers will be A.D. Hunter, Emmett Groves, Howard Robinson, Ray Marable, Vester Adcock, Mack Robinson.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, Monday, August 19, 1974, p.4)
                                  DATE OF DEATH JUNE 17, 1975
                                  MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
Uriel Strickland Ingram, 81, died tuesday at Memorial Hospital after a one-year illness.
He lived at 938 Wall Street, and was a retired Loose-Floor worker.
Services will be friday at 2 p.m. at McReynolds with the Rev. Glenn Hester officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.
He was born in Montgomery County, Sept. 30, 1893, son of the late Perry Ingram.
Survivors are his wife, Florence Edna James Ingram, whom he married Sept. 31, 1931; three daughters, Mrs. Katherine Key of Gilman, Ill., Mrs. Lois Seay of Clarksville and Mrs. Estelle Manners of Detroit; 21 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
He was a member of the Gracey Avenue Baptist Church.
Pallbearers will be Kelvin Wallace, Wayne Seay, James Seay, Joe Seay, and Carl Lampley.
The body will be at McReynolds until the hour of service.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, thursday, June 19, 1975). Uriel was previoulsy married to Mary Marable Ingram. Uriel was born in Montgomery County, TN Sept 30, 1893.
                                     DATE OF DEATH - September 20, 1969
                                     MONTGOMERY COUNTY NATIVE
Services for William Henry Johnson, 87, will be held at 2 p.m. today at McReynolds Funeral Home by the Rev. C.G. Sego.  Burial Will be in Chapel Hill Methodist Church Cemetery, Pembroke, KY.
Mr. Johnson died at 9:30 p.m. friday in Montgomery County Nursing Home after an extended illness.  He was a retired farmer and resident of Route 1, Guthrie, KY.
He was born in Montgomery County March 25, 1882, the son of the late Issac and Helen Johnson. His wife, Mrs. Mary Marable Johnson, died in 1962.
Survivors include a son, William Johnson, Clarksville; a daughter, Mrs. Virginia Ingram, Clarksville; 10 grandchildren and 23 great-children.
Grandsons will serve as pallbearers.
Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, September 28, 1969, p2, col 1.)
                                            DATE OF DEATH - OCTOBER 10, 1975
                                            CLARKSVILLE, TENNESSEE
Miss Betty Marable died at 10 a.m. friday night at the residence of her brother, J.H. Marable at 320 Castle Heights.  She was a resident of Palmyra, TN and a retired schoolteacher.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at McReynolds Funeral Chapel with the Rev. John Mark Williams and the Rev. Clyde Brake officiating.  Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.
She was a native of Montgomery County and was a daughter of the late Dr. S.A. and Elizabeth Jackson Marable.
In addition to her brother, she is survived by two other brothers; R.C. Marable, Palmyra, and George Sam Marable, Ashland City; two sisters, Mrs. Mable Baggett, Clarksville, and Mrs. Annis Powers, Detroit.
She was a member of the Methodist Church, Palmyra Chapter of the Eastern Star, Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, Senior Citizens and Palmyra Home Demonstration Club.
Pallbearers will be John and Sam Marable, Sam Balthrop, Donald Corbin, Robert Daniel Stone, and Gene and Kermit Jackson.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle Oct ober 13, 1975, p. 12-A)
                                   DATE OF DEATH - MARCH 3, 1925
                                   MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
                                   MRS. E. O. MANSON IS BURIED TODAY
                                   DEATH OF BELOVED WOMAN IS OCCASION OF
                                   MUCH DEEP SORROW HERE.
Services in memory of Mrs. Etha Manson, 81, who died tuesday afternoon at the home of her son, T.E. Manson at Second Street and Munford Avenue, following a stroke of paralysis, were conducted at the home of Mr. Manson at 3 o'clock this afternoon by the Rev. B.B. Penington, of Madison Street Methodist Church. Beautiful floral offerings paid a mute tribute to the memory of the deceased while a great number of sorrowing friends and relatives attended the services.  Interment was at Greenwood Cemetery.
Honorary pallbearers were composed of the Board of Stewards of Madison Street Church.  Active pallbearers were W.T. Milling, D.D. Lynes, C.S. Crockarall, Louis Grant, C.K. Smith, E. B. Trahern and Clarence Cooke.  Special music was furnished by Mrs. Hershel Wilee, Miss Laura Adkins, Mrs. M.B. Hanner and R.A. Gardner.
Mrs. Manson was born in this county June 16, 1844.  She was the daughter of the late Col. and Mrs. Thomas Ogburn and inherited a sweet disposition which endeared her to a wide circle of friends.  In 1865, she was married to the late Walker Manson who preceded her to the grave a number of years ago.  Of this union, two children survive:  T.E. Manson and J.O. Manson, both of this city.  She is also survived by a half-brother, J.H. Ogburn of near Nashville.
Mrs. Manson was possessed of a lovable dispostion and was a devoted mother of her two children.  She had been a member of the Methodist Church since childhood and was a most willing worker in all its activities.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronilce, March 4, 1925, p.2)
                                      DATE OF DEATH - DECEMBER 8, 1953
                                      MONTGOMERY COUNTY NATIVE
MARABLE - Tuesday morning, December 8, 1953 at a local infirmary, Charles E. Marable, Sr., survived by wife, Mrs. Amanda Cook Marable; son, Charles J. Marable, Jr.; daughter, Mrs. Gray Simpson.  Grandchildren: Amanda Gray Simpson, Charlene Marable, Emily Ann Marable, Jerry Gray Marable.  Remains are at funeral parlors of Marshall-Donnelly, Combs, 210 25th Ave., No, where prayer services will be held at 2 o'clock wednesday afternoon, Dr. Vernon McGhee officiating.  Pallbearers:  Tilford H. Martin, John W. Yokley, James W. Sherrod, F.M. Swann, E.D. Ray and W. T. Wilkerson.  Interment Spring Hill Cemetery.  Please omit flowers.  Marshall-Donelly-Combs.
(Transcribed from the Nashville Tennessean, December, 1953. Exact date unknown).
Charles Elmo Marable, Sr., was born in Montgomery County on June 4, 1874. He was a road construction employee with the City of Nashville for many years. He was the son of Henry H. and Caroline Edwards Marable of Montgomery County, TN. He died of a stroke.
                                           DATE OF DEATH - JUNE 24, 2001
                                           MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
Elvis Marable, 83, Clarksville, died sunday, June 24, 2001, at St. Thomas Hospital.
The funeral will be a 1 p.m. wednesday at First Assembly of God Church with Pastors Louie Montoya and Daniel Ramsey officiating.  Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.  Neal-Tarpley Funeral Home is in charage of arrangements.
Visitiation will be today from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the funeral home and wednesday from 11 a.m. until the hour of the service at the church.
She was born Feb. 15, 1918, in Stewart, daughter of James Hampton and Lucy Smith Cook. She was the widow of Howard L. Marable.
Mrs. Marable was a homemaker and a member of First Assembly of God Church.
Survivors include two brothers, Tandy Cook, and Billy Cook, both of Clarksville.
Pallbearers will be Jeff Melton, David Gaylord, Mike Melton, Mark Cook and Larry Schmidt.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, June 26, 2001, p. B2, col. 3).
                                     DATE OF DEATH - DECEMBER 14, 1996
                                     MONTGOMERY COUNTY NATIVE
Emily Gunn Marable, 87, Chattanooga, formerly of Clarksville, died saturday, December 14, 1996.
The funeral will be at 2 p.m. tuesday, at Madison Street Church of Christ, Clarksville, with Geoffrey Sikes and Tilman Taylor officiating.
Visitation will be from 4 to 7 p.m. monday at Chattanooga Funeral Home in Hixson and from noon to 2 p.m. tuesday at the church.
Mrs. Marable lived in Clarksville before moving to Chattanooga in 1995.  She was a member of the Red Bank Church of Christ and a former member of Madison Street Church of Christ.
She was a retired teacher for the Clarksville Montgomery County School system.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Donald Stone, Hixson; a brother, Eugene Gunn, Brownfield, TX; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle Sunday, December 15, 1996).  Emily Gunn Marable was married to Repps Corban Marable.
                            DATE OF DEATH MAY 25, 1969
                            DALLAS, TEXAS
                            MONTGOMERY COUNTY NATIVE
Mrs. Charles A. Brewer, 5422 W. Stanford.  Survived by brother, H. T. Cooke, Clarksville, Tenn; sister, Mrs. Artie Nicks, Nashville, Tenn.  Funeral services 11 a.m. tuesday, Restland Abbey Chapel, Greenvile Avenue at Restland  Rd.Rev. Charles W. Cook officiating.  Entombment Restland Abbey Mausoleum.  Restland-Laurel Land Funeral Homes, Greenville at Restland Road. AD 5-7111.
(Trancribed from the Dallas Morning News, May 26, 1969, Section D., p. 4)
Mollie Emily Cooke Brewer was born in Rose Hill, Montgomery County, TN on June 13, 1890, the daughter of William H. Cooke & Amanda Rebecca Moss Cooke.  She married Charles A. Brewer in Coweta, OK on August 11, 1919. They had no children.


                                           DATE OF DEATH - AUGUST 29, 1990
                                           MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
Maude Bryant, 87, 111 Ussery Road, died wednesday, August 29, 1990, at General Care Convalescent Center after an extended illness.  Arrangements will be announced by Sykes Funeral Home.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, thursday, August 30, 1990, p. A-9)
                                        SUBSEQUENT NOTICE APPEARING, AUGUST 31, 1990
                                        MATTIE BRYANT
Mattie Maude White Bryant, 87, 111 ussery Road, died wednesday, August 29, 1990, at General Care Convalescent Center after an extended illness.
There will be a graveside service today at 10:30 a.m. at Greenwood Cemetery with the Rev. John Bailey officiating.  Visitation will be at Sykes Funeral Home until the hour of service.
She was born March 16, 1903, in Montgomery County, daughter of James W. White and Mary Virginia Marable White.*  She was the widow of Robert Henry Bryant.
She was a homemaker and a member of Berea Baptist Church.  Survivors include a brother, Joe White of Clarksville.
*Maude White Bryant was the daughter of James Daniel White and Sarah Virginia Marable White, not James W. and Mary Virginia Marable White as stated above in the obit.
                                    DATE OF DEATH - FEBRUARY 4, 1875
                                    MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN NATIVE
At the residence of R.S. Broaddus in this city, on the 4th inst, of pneumonia, Mrs. Sallie Ann Carter, wife of Dr. Bellfield Carter, aged about 62 years.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Weekly Chronicle, February 6, 1875, p. 2)
Sallie Anne Marable Carter was the daughter of Dr. John Hartwell Marable, I.  She is interred in the Marable Cemetery on McFall Rd. in Montgomery County, TN.
                                         DATE OF DEATH - SEPTEMBER 24, 1947
                                         MONTGOMERY COUNTY NATIVE
                                         CALVIN C. COOK
                                         HEART VICTIM
                                         FUNERAL THURSDAY
Funeral services for Calvin C. Cook, 58, former Montgomery County resident, who died this morning at 5 o'clock in the Veterans Hospital at Murfreesboro following a heart attack, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock at the Cook Funeral Home in Guthrie.  Burial will be in the Guthrie Cemetery.
Mr. Cook who operated a store in Guthrie for two years up until five years ago, had been in declining health for the past year.  He was a veteran of the First World War.
Born and reared in Montgomery County in the vicinity of Camp Campbell, Mr. Cook spent most of his life here and in Guthrie, with the exception of the last two years he spent in the Veterans Hospital.
Surviving are two brothers:  Henry and Hampton of Clarksville: Four sisters, Mrs. Boyd Nicks and Mrs. Ludie Marable of Nashville, Mrs. Mollie Brewer of Dallas, Texas, and Mrs. Lena Bryant of Sikeston, MO.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle September 24, 1947, p. 1, col 2). The obit states that he was interred in the Guthrie Cemetery which today is known as the Highland Cemetery.
                                       DATE OF DEATH - AUGUST 28, 1956
                                       MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
Henry T. Cook, 80, retired city patrolman, died in Clarksville Memorial Hospital at 5:30 a.m. today after an illness of nine days.
Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. wednesday at Tarpley's Funeral Home.  The Rev. T. W. Mayhew will officiate and burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.  Nephews will serve as pallbearers.
Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Clarksville Police force and Drs. Bryce F. Runyon and M.L. Shelby.
Mr. Cook resided with his brother Hampton Cok at 1304 Franklin Street. He was a member of Madison Street Methodist Church.
A lifelong resident of Montgomery County, he was born January 8, 1876, son of the late William and Rebecca Moss Cook.  His wife, Mrs. Minnie Miller Cook, preceded him in death.
Surviving are the brother and four sisters; Mrs. Ludie Marable andMrs. Boyd Nicks, both of Nashville, Mrs. Lena Bryant, Moorehead, Missouri, and Mrs. Mollie Brewer, Dallas, TX.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle Tuesday, August 28, 1956, Front page)
                                          DATE OF DEATH - JUNE 4, 1970
                                          MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
James H. Cook, a resident of 1304 Franklin Street, died at 10 a.m. today at Clarksville Memorial Hospital.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete.  The body is at Tarpley's Funeral Home.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, June 4, 1970, p. 2).
                                     SUBSEQUENT NOTICE APPEARING JUNE 5, 1970
                                     P. 5
                                     JAMES COOK
James Hampton Cook, 84, died at 10 a.m. thursday at Memorial Hospital after a six month illness.
Services will be saturday at 10 a.m. at Tarpley's Funeral Chapel with Rev. Carl Wilson officiating.  Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.
Mr. Cook was a retired  grocery store operator and resided at 1304 Franklin Street.
He was born November 3, 1885, in Montgomery County and had lived here most of his life.  He was the son of the late William Cook and the late Rebecca Sue Moss Cook.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lucy Smith cook, whom he married October 15, 1915.
Other survivors include one sister, Mrs. Artie Nicks, of Nashville, and six sons:  Hughes, J.H., Woodrow, Archie, Tandy, and Billy Cook; one daughter, Mrs.Elvis Marable, all of Clarksville.  Twenty-one grandchildren and none great-children also survive.
Mr. Cook was a member of the Methodist Church.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle Friday, June 5, 1970, p. 5)
                                   DATE OF DEATH - DECEMBER 1, 1972
                                   MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
Funeral services for Mrs. Lucy Elizabeth Cok, 78, will be held today at 3:30 p.m. at Tarpley's Chapel with the Rev. Carol Wilson officiating.  Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.
Mrs. Cook died friday at 11 p.m. at Memorial Hospital after an extended illness.
She was a resident of 1304 Franklin Street.
Born in Stewart County on February 10, 1894, she was the daughter of the late Robert and Evie Harrison Smith.  She was preceeded in death by her husband, James H. Cook, in June, 1970.
Mrs. Cook is survived by four sons:  Tandy, Billy and Archie Cook, all of Clarksville and Hughes Cook of Woodlawn; a daughter, Mrs. Elvis Marable, Clarksville, 23 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.  She was a member of the Baptist Church.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle December 3, 1972, p.12-A)
                                             DATE OF DEATH - JANUARY 30, 1954
                                             MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
                                            "MRS. COOK DIES"
                                            FUNERAL TO BE THIS AFTERNOON
Funeral services for Mrs. Henry Cook, 67, who died saturday at noon at her home, 204 Castle Heights, after a 10 year illness, will be held at the Harvey W. Hunt Funeral Home at 2:30 p.m. today.  The Rev. J. Dallas Bass will officiate.  Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.
Mrs. Cook is the former Minnie Miller, daughter of the late Thomas Miller and Mary Jane Miller.  She was born in Stewart county and had been a resident of Montgomery County most of her life.  She was employed by McNeil and Edwards since 1919 until ill health in 1949 forced her to resign.
She is survived by her husband; one brother, Edward Miller and one sster, Miss Agness Roe, both of New Providence.
She was a member of the Baptist Church.  Pallbearers will be Bailey Pruitt, Jimmy Roe, Tandy Cook.  (The remaining part of the obit was cut off the page at the bottom of the microfilm roll).
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle February 1, 1954, Front page).
                            "MRS. COOK PAID FINAL TRIBUTE"
Final tribute was paid to the memory of Mrs. H. T. Cook n the services held at the Harvey W. Hunt Chapel monday afternoon. The Rev. Paul G. Kirkland and the Rev. J. Dallas Bass officiated and burial was in Greenwood Cemetery. There was a large floral offering.
Mrs. Catherine Yokley sang "Abide With Me", "In the Garden", and "When They Ring Those Golden Bells". Mrs. Virginia Winn Smith played "Pastorale" as the organ prelude and "Peace, Perfect Peace", as the postlude.
                                         DATE OF DEATH, DECEMBER 19, 1980
                                         NASHVILLE, TN
                                  CLAUDE YOUNG COOKE WAS BORN IN MONTGOMERY
                                  COUNTY, TN AND WAS THE DAUGHTER OF CLINT YOUNG
Cooke, Mrs. Claude Young - age 97, widow of Morton C.Cooke, friday, December 19, 1980, at a McKendree Health Care Center.  She was a member of the West Nashville Methodist Church and W.M.S. for over 65 years.  Survived by sisters, Miss Helen Young, Nashville, Mrs. Blanche Riggins, Nashville. Remains are at MarshallDonnelly & Combs, 210 25th Avenue, North.  Graveside services and interment at 10 a.m., monday in Spring Hill Cemetery, conducted by Rev. John CollettMarshall-Donnelly & Combs. 327-1111.
(Transcribed from the Tennessean, Saturday, December 20, 1980).

                                     DATE OF DEATH - JUNE 20, 1856
                                     MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
Died - At the residence of her mother, in Montgomery County, Tenn on the 20th of June, 1856; Cora T., daughter of the late Dr. John H. Marable, and wife of Thos. Y. Dixon.  Aged 25 years, 11 months, and 11 days.
"Death loves a shining mark", and ere time's blast had faded one bright tint, His remoresless hand snatched from us a fair as a flower as ever bloomed on earth; but only to be transplanted to that sun-bright clime and here His blighting touch is felt no more, where sighs and tears are never known, and bliss eternal reigns.
Young, gentle, and affectionate, she was beloved by all who knew her, and left many warm friends to mourn her untimely end.
"Her thought did heavenward roam till, like links of gold, they drew her up to her bright home within the Savior's fold."

Cora T. Dixon was a devoted wife, affectionate daughter and sister,and a kind friend.  May God in His mercy bind up their broken hearts and enable the bereaved husband and aged mother to bear their great loss with Christian fortitude and resignation.
She was precious to their souls, dear as life itself could be, knew that better world, sorrow she shall never see.  Was she lovely?  Fairer far is her angel beauty now. OH!What perfect blessedness beameth on her brow.
Then mourn no more, for God is just, offend Him not by murmuring sighs, Oh! put in Him your holy trust and ye shall meet beyond the skies.
The funeral was preached by Rev. Jordan Moor, on sunday, 22d June - Isiah, 38 Chap., 1st verse.
Nashville Union and Christain Advocate please copy.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Jeffersonian Newspaper, July 9, 1856, p. 2, col 7)
Cora T.C. Dixon was the daughter of Dr. John Hartwell Marable, I, and Ann Jones Watson Marable.  She is interred in the Marable Cemetery oin McFall Road in Montgomery County, TN.
                                          DATE OF DEATH - NOVEMBER 28, 1942
                                          MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
                                          J. D. EDWARDS DIES AT AGE 79
                                          RITES SUNDAY
Funeral services of Jeff Davis Edwards, 79 years old, retired farmer of Woodlawn community who died at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Burt Largent of Woodlawn late saturday afternoon, were conducted at 3 o'clock sundy afternoon at McReynolds Chapel by the Rev. Frank P. Taylor.  Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Rock Powers, E. R. Sanderson, golde Smith, Herman Norfleet, and E. R. Terrell.  A male quartet from the Oakwood Church of Christ sang.  There was a large floral offering and scores of friends attended the service.
Mr. Edwards was a lifelong resident of Montgomery county and was the son of William and Mrs. Elizabeth Shephard Edwards.  He is survived by his widow Mrs. Lyla Morris Edwards, to whom he was married November 5, 1905; a son, Marable Edwards of Chicago and two daughters, Mrs. Largent and Mrs. Fred Morris, both of Woodlawn.  He also leaves a brother, Will M. Edwards of Greenville, Texas, Mr. Edwards died of a heart ailment.  He had been in impaired health for two years.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle November 30, 1942, Front page)



                                         DATE OF DEATH - MAY 6, 1962
                                         MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
Mrs. Lyla Morris Edwards, age 75, died sunday at 3 p.m. in St. Thomas Hospital in Nashville after a month's illness.  She was a resident of 646 River Rouge Drive, Nashville.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. tuesday, at McReynolds Funeral Home with  burial in Greenwood.  Frank Taylor will officiate.  The body is at the funeral home.
She was a native of Graves County, KY, born Sept 15, 1886, a daughter of the late Ben and Emma Thaxton Morris.  Her husband was the late Jeff Davis Edwards, to whom she was married November 5, 1905.  He died in 1942.
Survivors are a son, W.M. Edwards, Nashville, two daughters, Mrs. W.R. Cassels, Chester, South Carolina, and Mrs. Fred Morris, Clarksville; a brother, L.L. Morris, Hopkinsville; two grandchildren, and four great grandchildren.
She was a member of the Oakwood Church of Christ.
Pallbearers will be nephews: charles, Wodrow, Howard, Marvin, Homer, and Lauren Morris.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, May 7, 1962, Front Page)
Lyla Morris Edwards lived in Montgomery County, TN for many years.
                            DATE OF DEATH - AUGUST 14, 1904
                            MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
                            MRS. E. H. MARABLE SUCCUMBS TO FLUX
                            DEATH OF ONE OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY'S
                            OLDEST CITIZENS OCCURRED LAST NIGHT.
Mrs. E. H. Marable, one of the oldest citizens of Montgomery County, died last night at 8:55 o'clock of flux, at the home of her son, John Marable, on Madison Street.  Mrs. Marable was in her seventy-ninth year.  She wasborn and reared on the southside of the river, removing to Clarksville about sixteen years ago. She was a consistent member of the Methodist Church and was greatly beloved by all who knew her for her many excellent traits of character. She was the mother of T. H. and John Marable, of this city; mesdames F. H. Harding and B. F. Carter, of Davison County; Dr. S. A Marable, of the southside, and Mrs. Ed. Warfield, of Texas.
The funeral will be conducted at her late home tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock by Rev. Bruce Lyle. The following gentlemen have requested to act as pallbearers:  C.P. Warfield, W. B. Young, Dr. N. L. Carney, H. M. Caldwell, W. J. Manning and Dr. M. W. Ellis.
(Transcribed from the Daily Leaf-Chronicle, Aug. 15, 1904, p. 8)  The grave of Evelina cannot be located.
                                       DATE OF DEATH - MARCH 10, 1908
                                       MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
                                       MRS. S. A. MARABLE DIED TUESDAY
The wife of Dr. S. A. Marable diedat their home near Corbandale tuesday morning and was buried this afternoon at the cemetery near the home.  Mrs. Marable was a Miss Williams and was married to Dr. Marable one year ago.  She was an excellent Christian lady, and loved by all.  Her many friends extend sympathy.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, March 11, 1908, p.1, col 3)
Mary Ellanora Williams Marable was the daughter of John Bailey Williams and Ellanora H. Williams. She is interred in the Williams Cemetery in Montgomery County, TN.,which is quite difficult to find. It is now out in the middle of a cow pasture.  The cemetery has been completely destroyed by roaming cattle and lack of upkeep. She is in an unmarked grave. She was born February 16, 1874 and was married to Dr. Marable on February 27, 1907.
                                    DATE OF DEATH - NOVEMBER 2, 1878
                                    MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
MARABLE - In this county, on the 2d inst., of dyphtheria, Ernest Marable, son of John H. and Louisa Marable, aged about 18 months.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Weekly Chronicle - November 9, 1878, p. 3, col 7)
Ernest H. Marable was the son of John Hartwell Marable, III and Lula Gholson Marable. He is buried in the Gholson Cemetery/Steele Burial Grounds in Montgomery County, TN.  He was born March 4, 1877.
                                    DATE OF DEATH - AUGUST 20, 1948
                                    MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TN
                                    H. E. GHOLSON, TEACHER-FARMER
                                    DIES UNEXPECTEDLY
Howell E. Gholson, 58, agriculture teacher at Clarksville High School for the past 27 years, died suddenly yesterday evening at 6:15 at Clarksville Airport following a heart attack.
Mr. Gholson, who resided on furnace Road just outside the city limits, was a farmer.
Funeral services will be held at McReynolds Chapel monday afternoon at 4 o'clock.  The Rev. J. Wayne Drash will officiate and burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.
Mr. Gholson, who attended the Clarksville schools and Southwestern University, was graduated from Iowa State University.  He took post graduate work at Peabody College and the University of Tennessee.  He was a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity.
Honorary pallbearers will be the county and city school boards, all men teachers at Clarksville High School, H. B. Stout, C. H. Moore, Robert O'Neal and Judge A. B. Broadbent.  Active pallbearers will be Oscar Beach, Collier Goodlett, Sr., Pat Henry Cross; Pat Howell, R. H. Porter, James W. Bell, Richmond Loggins and Frank Keen.
Son of the late Judge Alex Gholson and Jennie Keesee Gholson, he was born in Clarksville on Feb. 14, 1890.  On Jan 31, 1910, he married the former Nell Slocum, who survives him along with one son, Capt. Alex Gholson of the U. S. Army in Japan; two daughters, Mrs. Virginia G. Edwards of Terre Haute, and Mrs. Dorothy G. Belden of New York City; two aunts, Mrs. L. M. Raysor of Fairfield, Ala., and Miss Dora Gholson of Memphis.
(Transcribed from the Clarksville Leaf-Chronicle, August 21, 1948, p. 1)
All obits submitted by Jerry Gray Marable


FEBRUARY 25, 1924

Many Friends and Relatives from a distance attend funeral.

Wearing the uniform of his beloved Confederacy, which he served so valiantly during the four years of the Civil War.  Joshua Brown, who died Thursday at his winter home in Miami, Fla.. was tenderly laid to his final rest in the family lot in the city cemetery this morning.  Simple services were conducted by Dr. W. C. Reeves, assisted by Rev. W. T. Haggard at the home of his cousins, Mrs. W. W. MacLaughlin.  Mr. Brown's Nashville pastor, Dr. Rylnad Knight was unable to come on account of illness.

The music, in charge of Mrs. W. M. Danile, was a most beautiful and comforting part of the service.  Mrs. S. E. Hunter played the piano accompaniments and Mrs. Daniel, Mrs. M. R. Hanner, Miss Janie Outlaw, R. A. Gardner and Mr. Haggard sang.

Among the many lovely floral designes were those from the Nashville and local U. D. C. Chapters.

Mr. Brown's faithful cook, Aunt Mary Donnell accompanied the body from Nashville.  Other friends and relatives who attended the funeral were Mr. Callum Brown, only surviving brother, of San Antonia, Texas; Mr. Ed. Rigue, Mr. and Mrs. Sory Bailey, Joe Gibson, Mrs. Laurent Brown, Misses Annie Bell and Mary Laurant Brown, Miss G-Evie Brown, Mrs. DeBose, Dr. James Winn, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Warner all of Nashville.


Leaf-Chronicle Feburary 25, 1924


The body of Joshua Brown, native of Clarksville, and famous Civil War figure, who died last Thursday in Miami, Fla., will arrive here at 6 o'clock this afternoon, and will be taken to the home of his cousin, Mrs. W. W. MacLaughlin on Madison extended, where services wil be conducted at 10:30 timmorrow (Tuesday) morning.  Services will be in charge of Dr. W. C. Reeves, of the First Baptist church and Dr. Ryland Knight, of the Immanuel Baptist church at Nashville, Mr. Brown's recent pastor.  Interment will be in the city cemeter with W. R. Bringhurst, Dick Winn, J. H. Balthrop, Jack Crouch, John Hurst and H. A. Boillin serving as honorary pallbearers.  Active pallbearers will be S. E. Winn, F. N. Smith, G. T. Smith, E. E. Laurnet, J. C. Pickering, Dr. James Winn, C. R. Major and H. D. Ely.

Mr. Brown's death brought to a close on of the most picturesque careers in Civil War hisotry, he having beena a comrade in arms of Sam Davis, Confederate martyr, and was captured with him.  Mr. Brown was a native of this city and attended S. P. University.

Submitted by Talley Bailey 

Note:  Joshua Brown's mother and Jesse W. Bailey were brother and sister.



Leaf Chronicle,
Tuesday, March 3, 1885


Mr. Jesse W. Bailey, a well known and successful farmer of this county, died suddenly of heart disease at his home three miles east of the city, Sunday about noon.  Until a few months ago Mr.
bailey was a robust and apparently as stong as any citizen of the county.  Since last summer he has been afflicted with the disease which caused his death. His conditions was known to himself and his famil, and the end was not altogether unexpected.  Just a week before his death Mr Bailey grew worse, and finding that his end was nigh his relatives were summoned to his bedside.  He grew better, however, and towards the last of the week he was able to look after his business as he had done before and on Saturday he was in the city.  Sunday morning while all his family except his wife were at church death came upon him while sitting in his chair, and before he could be placed upon a bed life was extinct.

Mr. Bailey was between fify and fifty five years of age.  He had been married about ten years, and his wife and two children survive him.  He was a member of the Baptist church.

Funeral at the residence on the Port Royal pike this morning at 11 o'clock by Dr. A. I. Sears.  Interment at the family burying ground.  The friends of the family and the public are invited to attend.

Submitted by Talley Bailey.



Clarksville Leaf Chronicle, Feb. 13, 2007

Forest Suiter, 98, Clarksville, died Sunday, Feb. 11, 2007 at Walking Horse Meadows. 

The funeral will be held at 10 am Wednesday at Sykes Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Billy Bateman officiating.

Funeral will be in Greenwood Cemetery.  Visitation wil be for 5 to 8 pm today at Sykes Funeral Home.

He was born April 3, 1908 in Stewart County to Henry Suiter and Maggie Jackson Suiter

He was preceded in death by two sons, Jack Leroy Suiter and Patrick Eugene Suiter; and a grandson Mark
Forest Suiter.

He was a retired farmer and member of Northeast Baptist Church.

He is survived by two sons, Forest Curtis (Margie) Suiter and Robert Wayne (Mary) suiter; one daughter, Patricia Ruth (Fred) Bullock, all of Clarksville.  He is also survived by 10 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and four great-freat-grandchildren.

Grandsons will serve as pallbearers.

Submitted by Bob Law




Feb. 10, 1941

Funeral services for Earnest Howard Suiter, 62 year old Thirteenth District farmer, who died at 4:40 pm Saturday after an illness of two years were conducted a 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at Pleasant View Chapel by the Rev. Lloyd Ashby.

 Burial: church cemetery

        Pallbearers: Marvin, Wiliam and Wesley Ssuiter; John Hester, John Jones and Ben Byard.

  Lifelong resident of Montgomery County.  Son of the late Hnery and Kittie Hunt Suiter.  He was born February                     20,1878.

        Surviving:  wife, the former Miss Mary Jane Suiter who he married June 17, 1902; three sons, Vernone, Hillman and             Oscar Suiter, all of Clarksvilles, Route 6, and nine grandchildren.

Submitted by Bob Law

Hilman Howard Suiter

Clarksville Leaf Chronicle
Sept. 11, 1977

Hilman Suiter, 69, of Rte. 12, Clarksville died in Memorial Hospital after short illness.

Services:  Murphy's Funeral Home with burial in Pleasant View Cemeter.  The Rev. Lloyd Ashby and the Rev, John Rushing will officiate.

Retired maintenance employee at Austin Peay State University

Born in Montgomery County May 25, 1908, son of the late Ernest Suiter and Jane Hunt Suiter.

His wife, Sadie Gafford Suiter, died May 6.

Survived by son: Jimmie Lee Suiter of Clarksville; three daughters, Mrs. Morris Berry and Mrs. Carl Baggett, both of Clarksville, and Mrs. Lewis Rose of Roseville, Mich.  two brothers, Vernon Suiter and Oscar Suiter, both of Clarksville; 12 grandchildren and a great-grandchild

Pallbearers:  Edgar P. Hogue, Jr, Charlie Smith, Jack Murphy, Oneal Haynes, Alton Pulley and Herbert Lee Morrison

Submitted by Bob Law

(Daughter of Edward Suiter)

Agnes Ebline Dean, 90, died Nov. 10, 1988 at Memorial Hospital

Funeral at McReynolds-Nave & Larson Funeral Home with Rev. Verlon Moore officiating.  Burial: Mt. Pleasant View Baptist Church Cemetery.

Born January 9, 1896 in Montgomery County, daughter of Ed and Vicy Manning Suiter.  She was the widow of Hick Dean.

Homemaker and member of  of Hilldale Baptist Church.

Survivors:  one son, Bob Dean, Clarksville; three daughters, Ruth Haley, Clarksville, Ruby Price, Delray Beach. Fla. and Josephine McCoy, Dayton, Ohio.  Seven brothers, William Suiter, Winston Suiter, John Thomas and Raymond Suiter, all of Michigan, Carl Suiter and Don Suiter, both of Claresville and Harold Suiter, Coopertown; six sisters, Pearl Trotter, Clarksville, Nan Lou Mills, Mt. Airy, NC  [--?--] Roake, Peoria, Ill, Omega Brown, South Gate Mich., Katherine [--?--], Nashville, and Ruby Suiter, Florida; 24 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; and one great-great grand child.

Pallbearers:  Joe Haley, Jr., Wendell Dean, Mike Hillman, Steve McCoy, Dean Hillman, Billy Dean, Jimmy Dean and Robert Dean.

submitted by Bob Law





Andrew Jackson Gilbert was the son of Thomas G. Gilbert and Nancy Vann Walker.  He was born in 1827 in Davidson County, TN.  He married Rebecca Suzanna Abernanthy on June 24, 1873 in Montgomery County, TN.  Their children were:

Thomas Taylor Gilbert

Clayton Baxter Gilbert

Marianne Gilbert

Andrew Jackson Gilbert, Jr.


Andrew Jackson Gilbert died July 23, 1898 at Clarksville, TN.


The following obituary is from the Leaf Chronicle-July 25, 1898-page 3



Death Saturday of a Well Known Farmer.

He was the father of Tom Gilbert, who is employed at the Clarksville Post Office


Capt. A. J. Gilbert died at 1:30 o’clock Saturday at his home in the seventeenth district, of stomach trouble, at the age of 70 years.  He had been ill for some time.  He leaves a wife and four children.  Cpt. Gilbert was a prominent farmer, a faithful church member and one of the most respected citizen of that community.

The burial took place a 3 o’clock yesterday afternoon at the C.D. Roberts burying ground.

Cpt. Gilbert was the father of Mr. Tom Gilbert, who is employed in the city post office.



Submitted by Rhea Gilbert





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