GENEALOGICAL ABSTRACTS FROM REPORTED DEATHS
THE NASHVILLE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE 1902-1904
By Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith
Copyright, Jonathan K. T. Smith, 2003
July 7, 1904
EMMETT L. GREGORY son of Rev. E. L. Gregory born Savannah, Tenn., Oct. 2, 1898; died Cedar Hill, Tenn., June 15, 1904.
MARY HILEMAN born Bedford Co., Tenn., Feb. 16, 1818; married Jacob Hileman, Jan. 10, 1839; 8 children; died on Pea Ridge, May 20, 1904.
Hon. JOHN FORD HOUSE died Clarksville, Tenn., June 28, 1904 aged 77 years; Confederate veteran; had served in the U. S. Congress, 1874-1882.
From BIOGRAPHICAL DIRECTORY OF THE AMERICAN CONGRESS, 1774-1971, Washington, 1971, page 1144:
HOUSE, John Ford, a Representative from Tennessee; was born near Franklin, Williamson County, Tenn., on January 9, 1827; attended the local academy and the Transylvania University, Lexington, Ky., and was graduated from the Lebanon Law School in 1850; was admitted to the bar and commenced practice in Franklin, Tenn.; moved to Montgomery County, Tenn.; member of the State house of representatives in 1853; presidential elector on the Constitutional Union ticket of Bell and Everett in 1860; member of the Provisional Congress of the Confederacy from Tennessee; during the Civil War enlisted in the Confederate Army and served until paroled in Columbus, Miss., in June 1865; delegate to the Democratic National Convention at New York City in 1868; member of the State constitutional convention in 1870; elected as a Democrat to the Forty-fourth and to the three succeeding Congresses (March 4, 1875-March 3, 1883) ; was not a candidate for renomination in 1882; resumed the practice of law; died in Clarksville, Tenn., June 28, 1904; interment in Greenwood Cemetery.
MOLLIE ALGEE daughter of John and Jane Algee born Carroll Co., Tenn., June 3, 1860; died Marshall Co., Miss., Feb. 23, 1904.
JENNIE MOORE CRAWFORD daughter of J. C. Crawford born Marion, Ala., Sept. 16, 1861; married P. K. Crawford, Dec. 19, 1878; 2 sons; died May 15, 1904.
ELIZABETH ALLEN born Williamson Co., Tenn., Nov. 8, 1822; married Andrew S. Allen, Jan. 1, 1845; 3 daus., 2 sons; died in Williamson Co., May 27, 1904.
July 14, 1904
Reverend S. P. HULSE, local Methodist preacher in Kentucky Methodist Conference died June 22, 1904.
July 21, 1904
ALLEN T. GILLILAND born Overton Co., Tenn., June 12, 1837; married Susie Williams, June 12, 1866; died June 17, 1904; husband and father (4 daus., 3 sons).
JEANETTE MESSER wife of Rev. J. H. Messer, New Mexico Methodist Conference died May 27, 1904; born Pineville, MO; married Dec. 4, 1894. Children, Violet (dec.), Raymond, Clarence, Paul, William Bryan Messer.
NANCY ALSTON YEARGIN born N. C., Jan. 30, 1824, the third of eight children; married Chessley M. Yeargin and moved to Miss.; married Jan. 1, 1853. Children: Benjamin T., J. Natt, Mary S. Luther, Sallie F., Amelia A. and Daniel E. She died April 8, 1904.
July 28, 1904
WILLIE LEGGETT, nee Thomas, wife of J. H. Leggett born now-Crockett Co., Tenn., 1862; her little daughter died after a few hours of her birth.
MARK HAMMERLY WELLS only child of M. H. and Mamie Hammerly, granddaughter of G. P. and M. A. Hammerly and Rev. David C. and Lucy H. Wells. Born June 1, 1904.
JAMES WALTER FISK born July 27, 1860; died near Oak Level, July 11, 1904; husband and father (4 children).
August 4, 1904
Colonel J. O. GRIFFITH died in residence of son-in-law, July 30, 1904.
MARY I. LAMBUTH widow of Dr. J. W., died Soochow, China, June 26, 1904.
NANNIE E. STEEL born Henry Co., Tenn.; married W. W. Steel, August 1867; died in Jackson, Tenn. in residence of daughter, Mrs. R. E. Phillips; 3 daus., l son.
MARY E. WELSH, nee Bell, born New York City, Oct. 6, 1831; moved with parents to Ky., then to Miss.; married G. L. Welsh; burial in Shuqualek Cemetery.
August 11, 1904
Mrs. T. L. BOSWELL died Macon, Tenn., July 30, 1904 aged 84 years. Sons, T. L. Boswell, Prof. D. H. Boswell.
Colonel W. E. TRAVIS born Va., July 3, 1824; brought to west Tenn. by his parents in 1826; practiced law in Paris, Tenn.; served in senate and house of representatives, Tenn.; colonel, 5th Tenn. Inf. Reg., CSA; died May 16, 1904. [According to the BIOGRAPHICAL DIRECTORY OF THE TENNESSEE GENERAL ASSEMBLY, edited by R. M. McBride, Nashville, Tenn., volume 1, 1975, pages 733-734, WILLIAM E. TRAVIS was born in Mecklenburg Co., Va.; married Narcissa Hagler; served in the Tennessee House of Representatives, 1853-1857; 1877-1879; Tennessee Senate, 1857-1859. ]
WILLIAM A. ARCHER born Oct. 24, 1836; died May 24, 1904; husband and father.
LAVENIA RAMSEY daughter of Garrett and Hannah Ford born Shelby Co., Tenn., July 6, 1836; educated at Memphis Conference Female Institute, Jackson; married John D. Arnold at age of 18 years; moved to Miss. but shortly returned to Jackson where they lived until the Civil War; he died in Confederate army the last year of the Civil War; she married Green H. Ramsey, Nov. 1, 1869; died Atlanta, Ga., where she had gone for medical treatment, June 14, 1904; no children but was a stepmother; for years president of the Woman's Foreign Missionary Society, First Methodist Church, Jackson; burial in Riverside Cemetery in Jackson.
MARY McLAUREN KYLE wife of Hon. A. S. Kyle, Batesville, Miss., born Sardis, Miss., Jan. 7, 1863; daughter of Captain W. D. and Mary F. Heflin; her son died at the age of five years three weeks before she died on June 17, 1904.
August 18, 1904
THERESA ANN HOLLAND born Warren Co., Tenn., May 21, 1838; married Rev. E. H. Holland, Nov. 14, 1848; died near Elkmount Springs, Tenn., July 11, 1904; wife and mother.
SARAH ANTOINETTE CLARK died Lynnville, Tenn., June 19, 1904 just past 75 years old; married Dr. B. P. Clark, Giles Co., Tenn. Children: Dr. M. L. Clark, Lynnville; Mrs. W. H. Buford, Mrs. David Gemmill and Miss Mary Clark.
Mrs. ELLA STOREY died June 25, 1904 in residence of her father, Rev. G. D. Byrne, Monterey, Tenn.
RHODA ELIZABETH HOPE, nee Wood, born Jefferson Co., Tenn., May 16, 1829; at the age of 10 years moved to Bradley Co., Tenn.; married James N. Hope, 1847 and moved to Cass Co., MO in 1853, thence to Lawrence Co. in 1854; 10 children,. 4 daus., 2 sons surviving her.
SALLIE P. MALONE born Williamson Co., Tenn., Jan. 11, 1845; died Franklin, Tenn., July 16, 1901; daughter of Jordan A. and Luticia Andrews Malone and sister of the "sweet singer, strong preacher," T. B. Malone, No. Miss. Methodist Conference.
Reverend JAMES CARSON WATSON born Winchester, Va., Feb. 27, 1829; died Danville, Va., June 30, 1904; Methodist preacher, 1859-1904; first wife died in 1876 [unnamed] and he then married Hattie Jeter; died June 30, 1904; had several children.
August 25, 1904
Rev. FRANCIS MITCHELL GRACE, native of Jefferson Co. died in Owenton, Ala., August 14, 1904 aged 73 years; long-time member of the Holston Methodist Conference; later professor of ancient languages in No. Alabama Conference College. [September 22, 1904 issue noted his birth in Ala. in 1832; graduate of University of Knoxville, 1849; his appointments:
He joined the Alabama Conference. I have not access to all the records, but find that he served at Newbern, 1853; Eufaula, 1854; Demopolis, 1855-56; Talladega, 1857-58; Tuscaloosa, 1859-60; Newbern, again during the war, 1861-65. He edited the Selma Daily Messenger in 1866, and served as professor in the University at Knoxville, Tenn., 1867-70. He served as President of Hiwassee College in 1871-72, Then he took his orphan children to Alabama and taught till recalled to old Hiwassee. Time would fail to enumerate his teaching services at Sweetwater, Fincastle, Tenn., at Marion, Va., and Franklin, N. C. For some years he was President of Mansfield Female College, Louisiana. Then he was pastor in New Orleans. His last service as teacher was as Professor of Latin and Greek in North Alabama Conference College, at Birmingham. There he built a home for his family-the only one he ever owned.
NUNA RIED [sic] WATERS born Calloway Co., Ky., Aug. 27, 1861; son of a Methodist preacher; married Mary Frances Lassiter in 1888; licensed to preach in Methodist Church in 1888; served at first in the Memphis Meth. Conference but in 1900 transferred to the Indian Mission Conference; died July 20, 1904.
FANNY PERMELIA ABRAMS, nee McCay, wife of Joshua Abrams, Baldwyn, Miss., born Feb. 1, 1874; married July 26, 1903; died July 21, 1904 leaving an infant daughter.
FRANCES EMMA LIDDON, nee Harding, born near Nashville, July 10, 1840; daughter of John and Cynthia Motheral Harding; graduate, Female College, Memphis; married W. A. Liddon, 1868; surviving children were Frank Liddon and Mrs. Danehower; died Millington, Tenn., June 21, 1904.
September 1, 1904
LIZZIE E. HARRIS wife of G. D. Harris died sometime during the night of Aug. 3-4, 1904 Columbus, Miss.
Miss MATT E. MORTON died Aug. 15, 1904 aged 75 years. Columbus, Miss.
Dr. [ ] BONNEY, an 1890 graduate of Tulane University married Jessie Yerger, 1892; a daughter, Irene, died in September 1903; he died recently.
September 8, 1904
LUCY VIRGINIA SAVAGE, nee Brown, wife of Rev. Savage, born Ky., Jan. 10, 1856; died Woodward, May 19, 1904.
HENRY R. HODGES, wife and three children were murdered and cremated in the burning of their residence in Statesboro, Georgia, July 28, 1904; the murderers, Paul Reid and Will Cato were tried and sentenced to be hanged Sept. 9 but a mob lynched and burned them before-hand.
EMMA L. BISHOP daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Bishop died Jan. 10, 1904; born Union Co S. C., April 8, 1848; moved with parents to Alabama in 185l; then in 1875 to Illinois.
J. R. MICHAEL born in Ky. about 48 years ago; died Woodward, Okla., Mar. 29, 1904.
GLEN ZUCK born in Iowa; died of consumption, Woodward, Okla., July 2, 1904; a child.
September 15, 1904
CHARLOTTE BOSWELL widow of Rev. Thomas L. Boswell, Memphis Methodist Conference, born Maury Co., Tenn., July 19, 1821; died Macon, Tenn., July 30, 1904; daughter of John C. and Elizabeth Perry Jones; married Oct. 6, 1837; 17 children, all but 2 living to maturity; lived on a farm near Macon since 1859.
JOE ROGERS CARROLL son of James W. Carroll and wife born July 31, 1897; died in east Nashville, Tenn., July 24, 1904. [Additional obituary in September 29 issue, noting his mother's name, Lily; and the fact that he was a great-grandson of Rev. Joseph Willis]
LOUISA BUSH BLACKWELL born Beaufort, S. C., April 8, 1840; married R. A. Blackwell, Jan. 7, 1863; 6 children; died March 29, 1904. A Baptist since 1855.
MARY C. W. McADAMS born Jan. 1, 1835; died near Shelbyville, Tenn., Aug. 3, 1904; married W. F. McAdams, Oct. 7, 1858; had an adopted daughter.
September 22, 1904
JOHN DAVID HALEY son of J. F. and P. J. Haley born Jasper, Ala., June 8, 1894; died July 23, 1904.
MARGARET JANE BROWNING died Booneville, Miss., July 26, 1904 in residence of her brother, M. W. Browning; born in now-Prentis Co., Miss., Mar. 1, 1846, the oldest of six children.
Reverend N. R. WALTERS born Calloway Co., Ky., Aug. 27, 1861; licensed to preach in Methodist Church, Jan. 7, 1890; ordained deacon, Dec. 4, 1892; ordained elder, Nov. 17, 1895; Memphis and Indian Mission conferences; died July 7, 1904.
JAMES SHARP VAUGHN died Fayetteville, Tenn., Dec. 28, 1902; born Franklin Co., Tenn., Sept. 10, 1833; husband and father (4 children).
September 29, 1904
ALBERTA HENRI AMES daughter of Dr. W. P. and M. B. Yerger born Milliken's Bend, La., Jan. 9, 1872 married A. H. Ames, Jan. 1, 1898; died Starkville, Miss., Aug. 9, 1904. Children: Miraim Rose, born Nov. 7, 1898 and died Sept. 6, 1899; Alberta Kimball, born Nov. 16, 1900 and an infant that was buried with her.
Dr. H. H. L. YEARGAN born May 29, 1820; married A. E. Jarratt; 6 children; practiced medicine until 65 years old; died Sept. 5, 1904.
BENJAMIN WADDY MORRIS born near Raleigh, N. C., 1809; died Aug. 29, 1904 while visiting his daughter-in-law, Mrs. S. E. Morris in Madison Co., Tenn.; in early life moved to Williamson Co., Tenn.; married Martha Horton, 1834; 2 sons, 2 daus.; moved to Miss. about 1850 and to Memphis, Tenn. in 1885; burial in Bond Cemetery near Denmark, Tenn.
DORA BARBARA COLEY daughter of J. C. and M. A. Coley born Jackson, Tenn., Oct. 27, 1897; died Greenville, Miss., Aug. 29, 1904.
October 6, 1904
ELIZABETH GRACE CAIN daughter of G. W. and Grace Pulliam Cain died in Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 27, 1904 aged 1 year and 5 months old.
ELLA GIBSON HUDSON wife of James O. Hudson died Davidson Co., Tenn., June 5, 1904; wife and mother (1 child).
EVELYN ROGERS McELWRATH born Lee Co., Miss., Oct. 22, 1876; married F. P. McElwrath, Aug. 2, 1898; died Shannon, Miss., July 26, 1904; daughter of Henry Rogers; had 2 children.
ELIZA TILMAN STEVENSON born Giles Co., Tenn., Jan. 21, 1819; married Willis McKendree Stevenson April 19, 1842; died Feb. 1, 1904; 9 children. Memphis, Tenn.
October 13, 1904
Reverend J. R. OWEN, South Ga. Methodist Conference, died near Bonaire, Ga., Sept. 23, 1904.
EDWARD CARTER RAGSDALE son of Edmond and Sallie Hill Ragsdale born Greenville Co. S. C., Mar. 23, 1823; his father was native Virginian and "traced his ancestry back to the settlement of the Jamestown colony." Graduate, Transylvania University (medical), 1844; moved to Bell Co., Texas in 1868; married Elizabeth Sarah Calhoun, Laurens Co., S. C., Nov. 28, 1847; he died June 19, 1904.
B. F. CAPPS, a farmer, died May 3, 1904 in Pennington's Bend.
SALLIE W. McKEOWN, nee Hedgepeth, wife of Rev. L. A. McKeown, No. Miss. Methodist Conference, born Tishomingo Co., Miss., Dec. 3, 1860; died Iuka, Miss., Sept. 16, 1904.
WILLIAM DOUGLASS DODSON son of Mayhew W. Dodson and wife, died July 3, 1904 in the 6th year of his age; burial in family graveyard at his grandmother, Mrs. Bettie Dodson's homeplace.
October 20, 1904
ARAMINTA D. ALLEN born Feb. 24, 1814; married Rev. Luke P. Allen, Oct. 5, 1841; died April 27, 1904; a tribute of respect by the Quarterly Conference, Bethpage, Tenn.; undated.
RICHARD ALEXANDER DOUGLAS son of R. C. Douglas born May 17, 1904; died Sept. 23, 1904; burial in McKenzie, Tenn.
Dr. D. R. LEECH born Sept. 21, 1834; died April 23, 1904; married Mary Ann Mathis, August 3, 1856.
HARVEY BRIDGES son of J. P. Bridges died Sept. 20, 1904 from injuries received in a horse-kick, Sept. 3; about 14 years old; burial in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, McKenzie, Tenn.
DANIEL M. SULLIVAN born Smith Co., Tenn., Nov. 25, 1817; married Elizabeth Copeland, nee Chandler at the age of 33 years; moved to Denton, Texas from Overton Co., Tenn. in 1882; wife died in 1883; moved to Indian Territory in 1893; died July 27, 1904; 8 children.
October 27, 1904
MARY CAPERS HOBSON daughter of Rev. Benjamin H. and Rebecca Capers, widow of William J. Hobson, born 72 years ago near Charleston, S. C.; died recently; 3 daus., l son.
Mrs. SALLIE BROWN born Dec. 19, 1867; married Jerry Brown, Jr., Dec. 23, 1884; died Donelson, Tenn., Sept. 8, 1904; burial in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Nashville.
MARY JANE GORE, nee Gun, born April 28, 1836; died Sept. 26, 1904; married Joshua Gore (died July l7, 1887), July 3, 1859; children, T. J. B., S. R. and W. G. Gore.
November 3, 1904
NANNIE McINTOSH JOINER wife of Rev. H. W. Joiner died Plant City, Fla., Oct. 20, 1904; burial in Oxford, Ga.
"Sister" STALNAKER, nee Mustoe, born Bath Co., Va., July 25, 1833; married Oliver Stalnaker, Sept. 8, 1853; 4 daus., 5 sons; died Sept. 16, 1904.
Dr. JAMES W. BROWN born Lawrence [Laurens] Co., S. C., May 12, 1835; died Camden, Ark., Sept. 21, 1904; married Annie Elizabeth Hatley of Ouachita Co., Ark.; l dau., 3 sons (one living, Marion).
November 10, 1904
Mrs. LADYE SKIPWITH FRISTOE died Sept. 30, 1904 aged 25 years, 2 months old.
JOHN B. EASTHAM son of Rev. A. P. and Nancy Eastham born Athens, Ala., Mar. 17, 1840; moved with widowed mother to Tishomingo Co., Miss. in 1858; served in Co. A, 26th Miss. Inf. Reg., CSA; captured at Ft. Donelson, escaped from Camp Douglas POW Camp; became one of Tom Henderson's scouts; married Annie Johnson (died 1874), Nov. 17, 1870; died 10 miles no. of Texarkana, Sept. 20, 1904; survived by sister, Mrs. J. K. P. Aldridge, Pottsboro, Texas.
NANCY WILLIAMS wife of Judge T. J. Williams born Clinton Co., Ky., May 10, 1829; died near Burkeville, Ky., June 17, 1904; married Feb. 20, 1848; 4 daus., 6 sons.
November 17, 1904
Reverend NATHANIEL M. JOURNEY, graduate and trustee of Trinity College; a local Methodist preacher, N. C. Methodist Conference; died Mt. Olive, N. C., November 7, 1904.
November 24, 1904
JAMES L. LIVINGSTON son of Thomas P. and Rachel Livingston, Orangeburg Dist., S. C., born Feb. 22, 1831; moved with parents to Haywood Co., Tenn. in 1847 where he died 5 miles west of Brownsville, Sept. 30, 1904; married Annie Carlton, Dec. 12, 1860; served in Confederate army; 10 children.
ELIZA BAXTER RODGERS daughter of Dr. James H. and Catherine Rodges born Carroll Co., Ga., Mar. 4, 1840; married Rev. Thomas D. Payne, 1867; died Oct. 19, 1904.
LIZZIE CAMERON born Oct. 10, 1860; married J. D. Cameron, Mar. 28, 1877; died Decatur, Ala., Oct. 9, 1904.
December 1, 1904
Judge EDWARD HAGGARD EAST died November 12, 1904, Nashville, Tenn.
LILLIE D. HUDSON born Wilson Co., Tenn., Sept. 8, 1877; married E. D. Hudson, Mar. 28, 1904; died in Nashville, Oct. 18, 1904.
MIDDLETON HENRY JONES son of Rev. R. P. Jones born Wentzville, MO, Jan. 24, 1878; died St. Joseph, MO, Oct. 15, 1904; grandson of Rev. M. R. Jones; great-grandson, on his mother's side, of Colonel Moses H. Henry of Tennessee.
JOHN W. BURTON born Sept. 14, 1836; died Aug. 14, 1904; surviving were his widow, 5 daus., 3 sons.
THOMAS J. DINNING born Sept. 5, 1842; served in Confederate army; married Mary F. Bragg, Dec. 21, 1869; 1 dau., 3 sons; died Nov. 2, 1904.
ELIZABETH JOHNSON born N. C., Sept. 11, 1816; married (1) Mr. Vick; (2)Mr. Johnson (died 1891); died Oct. 23, 1904; burial in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Nashville.
MAGGIE D. FLOYD wife of James F. Floyd, Caney Springs, Tenn., died July 28, 1904, aged 36 years, 2 months and 25 days old; 7 children.
MARY LONGMIRE born in middle Tenn., Sept. 4, 1819; died near Wall Hill, Miss., Dec. 21, 1903; 4 daus., 3 sons.
December 8, 1904
Dr. J. P. RALLS died in Gadsden, Ala., Nov. 23, 1904 aged 85 years.
ANN BARRINGER, nee Harrison, wife of Rev. Barringer, died Bainbridge, Ga., Nov. 15, 1904 in the 83rd year of her age.
WILLIAM R. DENNY died Nov. 3, 1904 in residence of Dr. Collins Denny of Vanderbilt University; burial in Winchester, Va.
WILLIAM C. CANNON born Nov. 17, 1845; died Nov. 3, 1904; married Anna Wolverton.
MARTHA ELLEN WALLER, nee Bennett, wife of Geo. W. Waller, Triune, Tenn., born Nov. 15, 1851; married Nov. 15, 1868; died July 20, 1904.
ADALINE A. CARLTON born Orangeburg Dist., S. C., Feb. 14, 1839; daughter of Thomas P. and Rachel Livingston; moved with parents to Haywood Co., Tenn.; married Jasper N. Carlton, Nov. 14, 1859; 3 daus., 4 sons; her brother, James Livingston, died about a week before her death.
December 15, 1904
CORNELIA COE wife of Rev. H. S. Coe, Mt. Jackson, Va., died Nov. 30, 1904; 8 children.
Rev. BENJAMIN A. HAYES, retired Methodist preacher, Memphis Methodist Conference, died Jackson, Tenn., Dec. 1, 1904 being "nearly" 87 years of age. [He is buried in Riverside Cemetery in Jackson.]
JAMES D. BARBEE born Lawrence Co., Ala., Mar. 16, 1832; died in Nashville, Dec. 5, 1904; joined Tennessee Methodist Conference as a preacher in 1852. [Picture of him on page 2] [See, his biographical sketch, THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF WORLD METHODISM, edited by Nolan B. Harmon, Nashville, volume 1, 1974, page 221. A note in the Dec. 22, 1904 issue of the ADVOCATE indicated that Barbee's widow was going to live with her son, James D. Barbee, Jr. and family.]
December 22, 1904
JENNIE ELAM RAINES daughter of G. F. and Pauline Elam born near Murfreesboro, Tenn., Oct. 14, 1844; at age 7 moved with family to Trenton, Tenn.; married H. L. Raines, Oct. 23, 1867; 4 daus., 1 son; moved to Hot Springs, Ark. three years ago; died there Sept. 27, 1904.
ELLA WATSON MALONE daughter of Dr. F. M. and Laura Malone died near Capleville, Tenn., Nov. 16, 1904 aged 4 months old; croup.
EMMA J. DAY, nee Jane, wife of Rev. I. B. Day, born St. Louis, MO, Sept. 22, 1839; died Oct. 30, 1904; daughter of Dr. Z. Jane; married Aug. 13, 1862; 5 children.
Mrs. ALICE G. LOVE, nee Morgan, born Oct. 21, 1881; died Sept. 13, 1904.
WILLIAM NATHANIEL ROBERTS born Oct. 17, 1878; died Aug. 13, 1904; married Sally B. Wayham, Oct. 12, 1902; 1 child.
December 29, 1904
Right Reverend RICHARD PHELAN, Bishop of Pittsburg Roman Catholic Diocese died Dec. 20, 1904.
MOTHER ANN, former mother superior of St. Cecilia Academy, Nashville, died Dec. 20, 1904 aged 89 years; of the Dominican Order.
JAMES P. EAGLE, former governor of Arkansas, died in Little Rock, Dec. 20, 1904 in the 68th year of his age; native of Tennessee; governor of Ark. for two terms; an active Baptist layman.
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