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Deaths - MARION, Ky.. Jan. '24.-(Speclal.)-Mrs....
MARION, Ky.. Jan. '24.-(Speclal.)-Mrs. '24.-(Speclal.)-Mrs. '24.-(Speclal.)-Mrs. '24.-(Speclal.)-Mrs. '24.-(Speclal.)-Mrs. Mary Dillard is dead of cancer at her home near this city. She was 81 years old, and one of the best known women In this section of tho State. She had eight children, thirty-two thirty-two thirty-two grandchildren and eleven great-great-grandchildren. great-great-grandchildren. great-great-grandchildren. great-great-grandchildren. great-great-grandchildren. GREENFIELD, Tenn.. Jan. 24.-(Spo-cial.) 24.-(Spo-cial.) 24.-(Spo-cial.) 24.-(Spo-cial.) 24.-(Spo-cial.) Mun Lane died at his home near Greenfield, after a two-weeks' two-weeks' two-weeks' Illness of pneumonia. He was 69 years of age and leaves a widow and several children. His remains wero interred in the Hornbeak graveyard. LEWISBURG, Tenn.. Jan. 24.-(SpeclaI.) 24.-(SpeclaI.) 24.-(SpeclaI.) Dr. L. C. Ewlng, a prominent citizen of Farmlngton, died of general debility, aged (about 76 yoars. His remains were taken to Bethblrei for. burial. Mrs. Rov Collins died near Archer, acred about 20 years. Mrs. B. K. Sheffield died near this place from catarrhal fever, aged 5G years. SHELBY VI LLE. Tenn.. Jan. 24.-fSne- 24.-fSne- 24.-fSne- 24.-fSne- cial.) Miss Josle McAullff, of tills conn-. conn-. conn-. ty. died m Chattanooga yesterday, ana the remains, reaching here this morning, were Interred from tho Christian Church. after touching services conducted by Elder Elder John D. Floyd. Miss McAuilft was a woman beloved by all to whom she was known. A large assemblage followed the remains to the grave. CENTREVILLE. Tenn.. Jan. 24.-(Spe-clal.) 24.-(Spe-clal.) 24.-(Spe-clal.) 24.-(Spe-clal.) 24.-(Spe-clal.) After an illness of several months, Donald Hunter, oon of Mr. and Mrs. I, A. Hunter, died yc'sterday, aged about 25 years. Hu was a prominent and much esteemed young man. Tho funcrul services services wero conducted from the Methodist Episcopal Church. South, by Rev. R. .1. Cralir. Presldlnc Elder of tho Clarksville District. The deceased was a member of the church and possessed excellent traits of chari'ctev.

Clipped from The Tennessean25 Jan 1908, SatPage 5

The Tennessean (Nashville, Tennessee)25 Jan 1908, SatPage 5
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