W.N. Hughes Obit Paris News 8 Dec 1935
HUGHES FUNERAL I cers IS HELD FRIDAY if The funeral of W. N. Hughes, 84. who died at 1:30 p. m., Thursday Thursday at his home, 108 Pine Bluff street, was held by the Rev. Homer Homer T. Fort of First Methodist church, assisted by the Rev. R. E. Parker of Paris circuit, at the Methodist church at Post Oak, and interment was at the cemetery cemetery there. Pallbearers were M. M." Petty. James A. Smith, Ed Gimple. "Harry Walker and Mark Dancer, Mr. Hughes had been in ill health several months. Born at Decatur, Tenn., July 25, 1851, son of Casual and Caroline Caroline Hughes, he came to Paris when seven years old and attended attended school here. In 1867, he and his family moved to Post_ Oak, where he lived until returning to Paris in 1929. He was married to Mary Ramsey who died several years ago and five of their 11 children survive. Mrs. Scott Dennis, Dennis, Surr.ner; Mrs. A. L. Nash. Emberson; Emberson; Mrs. L. T. Suttle. Antlers, Okla., and Lloyd and Oscar B. Hughes of Belk. His second wife. Mrs. Lena Hughes, and 15 grandchildren grandchildren and two great-grandchildren great-grandchildren also survive.