John Davis Gilliam

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the the ' the on Norlh . to is for to but stay Congressman's Fatlier-In-Law E. M. Cox Dies E. M. Cox Sr., 79, of 2749 East Center St., father-in-law of Congressman Congressman James H. Quillen, died in Holston Valley Community Community Hospital at 6 a.m. Saturday after a brief illness. He had hac a heart condition for some time. A native of Scott County, Va., le had lived in Kingsport about 30 years. He was a member 6i he Masonic Order. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. inne Cox; sons, Rex L., Emory Emory M. Jr. and-Fred Cox, all of Kingsport, and Claude Cox, Cincinnati; Cincinnati; daughters, Mrs. Cecile Juillen, · Kingsport; Mrs. Ona xng, Gardena, Calif., and Mrs. fazel Evans, Kingsport; sis- ers, Mrs. Joe Spears of King- port and Mrs. Ona Harris, 3ate City; brother, Robert Cox, V e d w o o ' d City, Calif.; five grandchildren and Bix great- randchildren. The funeral will be at 11 a.m. londay in Hamleit-Dobson Chael. Chael. Rev. Richard P. Keetoh 'ill conduct the service with lev. James Boatright assisting, iurial will be in East Lawn Me; mortal Park. T h e family will receive riends at the funeral .home ·om 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. to- ay. die'd at 2:20 a.m. Saturday 'at his home. . · . . . · · . ' He was born and' had spent his entire'life in- Scott County, Va., and was a retired He attended Robinelte Memorial Memorial Methodist Church. . Survivors are his widow, Stella Baldwin Gilliam; daughters, daughters, Mrs. Joiin Rogers, Mrs. Husker Manis arid Mrs. Charlie Johnson, all of Kyles Ford, Tenn.; Mrs. Ora Arringlon, CHnchporl; Mrs. Shuler Sutherland Sutherland and Mrs. Martha Ford, both of Kingsport; Mrs. Hershel Manis, Portland, Ore. and Arch Bledsoe, Black water, son's, Gill, Columbus, Ohio; Claude, Gary, Ind.; and Sidney Gilliam, Mount Carmel; sisters; Mrs. Ellen Bledsoe, Marion, :; Mrs. Florence Butler, Mrs; Rebecca Barr, Paflons- ville, Va.; 40 grandchildren 38 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held al 2 p.ni. Monday in -Robinetle Memorial Methodist Church with Rev. W. R. Dillon, Rev. Milo Gillenwafer, and Rev. Willis officiating. Burial will in the family cemetery. The body will remain at :er's Chapel Funeral Home in Kingsport until time for the William B. Snycler JOHNSON CITY -- William arkloy Snyder, 71, a native of Wasiiington County, died at 1:45 p.m. Wednesday at a hos- italinDeland.FIa. . . He was born in Washington County, had lived for several ears in Pennsylvania, and loved to Florida four years go. He was the son of the late ohn and Margaret Sells Snyder nd a member of the Masonic odge in Kingsporl. Survivors include his widow, Jrs. Bessie Steadman Snyder; ne son, Hubert Snyder, Ali- uippa, Pa.; one daughter, Mrs. argaret Fullard, Sewickley, D a.; one sister, Mrs. Nell Hale, onesboro; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 3 .m. today at Kiser-Woodall 'uneral Home Chapel. Rev; ohn' Gilbert will officiate, lurial will be In Monte Vista Cemetery. John D. Gilliam CLINCHPORT -- John Davis Gilliam, 81, Rt. .3, Cinchport, Samuel Tuimell PERSIA -- Samuel S. Tunnell, Tunnell, 87, died at his home in Persia at 9:30 a.m. Friday. Survivors include two sons, Jurley Tunncll, Kingsport, and Mack Tunnell, Persia; a daughter, Mabel Robiriett, Jonesboro; eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Services will be at 3:30 p.m. Sunday''' at Marion Robinett Memorial Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Rebecca Roach BRISTOL -- Mrs. Rebecca Roach, 73; 1644 Carolina Ave., died at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Bristol Memorial Hospital after a long illness. She was born in Scott Va. and had Jived for the 15 years in Bristol. She was member 'of the.. House Chapel Missionary Baptist Church. Surviving are a daughter Nancy, Bristol; and several nieces and nephews. Services will be Sunday at p.m. in the Brick Church of Cove, Va., with the Rev. Joe Hill, Rev. Fred Lane, and Ray Roach officiating. Burial will be in Neeley

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  1. Kingsport Times-News,
  2. 12 Jun 1966, Sun,
  3. Page 20

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