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BAILEY, Lois (Cook)-

Clinton Courier Oct. 12, 1994
Lois Cook Bailey
Oct. 9, 1994
Lois Cook Bailey, 54, of Clinton died Sunday in her residence. The daughter of Loy and Zella Cook, she was born Jan. 12, 1940 in Evarts, Ky. A homemaker was a member of Evarts Baptist Church, Evarts, Ky. She loved to sing. She was preceded in death by her father, Loy Cook. Survivors include a daughter and son-in-law, Lois Michelle and Bob Weaver of Speedwell a son, Michael Bailey of Detroit, Michigan, mother, Zella Cook Hudson, of Clinton, grandchildren. Rachel, Leah and Jacob, twin sister and brother-in-law, Phyllis and Rev. Vernon Siler of Heiskell, brother and
sister-in-law, Robert Laverne and Florence Cook of Clinton, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services was Monday in Holley-Gamble Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Joe Bridges and the Rev. Vernon Siler officiating. Burial was Tuesday in Black Oak Baptist Church Cemetery. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 
 
 
BOSHEARS, Ann Lowe (Clowers)-
BOSHEARS
Ann Clowers Lowe Boshears, 55, of Huntsville, passed away March 10, 2004, at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center in Knoxville. Born in the Fairview community, February 17, 1949, she was preceded in death by one son-in-law, Hubert D. “John-John” Yancey; and mother- and father-in-law, Nora and Ed Boshears. She was a member of Fairview Missionary Baptist Church; and was a loving wife, mother, daughter, grandmother, and sister. She is survived by
her parents, James and Macel Patton Clowers of Huntsville; her husband, Curtis Boshears of Huntsville; three daughters: Lori Yancey of Helenwood, Angie Marcum and husband, Chris, and Brittany Boshears, all of Huntsville; one son, Randy Lowe and wife, Elaine, of Norma; two stepchildren, Casey Phillips and husband, Marty, of Oneida; and Cyndi Lay and husband, Jack Marvin, of Chattanooga; 13 grandchildren, one brother, Benny Clowers and wife, Betty, of Huntsville; two sisters: Joan Hicks and husband, Earl, of Oneida; and Pam Chambers and husband, Luther Quinn of Huntsville; special
aunt, Betty Williams; several nieces and nephews, and many other relatives. Funeral service was conducted March 14, at Fairview Missionary Baptist Church with Rev. Michael Ray Jeffers and Bro. Kermit Phillips officiating. Music was provided by the Hamby Brothers. Interment followed in Fairview Memorial Gardens. Four Oaks Funeral Home of Huntsville was in charge of arrangements. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

 

BOWMAN, Johnnie Sue-

Clinton Courier Oct. 9, 1941
Johnnie Sue Bowman
Johnnie Sue Bowman, 7- year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bowman of Glenmary died Saturday in the Rockwood hospital. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at Glenmary. Holley's in charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

BRADEN, Andrew-

Oct 3,1940
Andrew Braden,
Coal Operator Passes At Home
Andrew Braden, 75, father of Mrs. W. O. Duncan of Clinton and father-in-law of Mrs. Sue Burress, county trustee, died late Monday night at his home in the Braden Flats community, near Briceville. He had been in failing health for a considerable time. He was the foundery  owner and operator of Braden Coal company, the mines of which are near his late residence, being a part of Windrock coal seam. Surviving are widow, four daughters, Mrs. Oma White of Knoxville, Mrs. W. O. Duncan of Clinton, Mrs. Condy Disney of Briceville, Mrs. Ellery Futrell of Harriman, seven sons, J. K., W. H., Ernest and
Joe Braden, Briceville, Jesse, Clinton, McKiney and Chandler Braden, Knoxville. There are 50 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Nearly every son and son-in-law is identified with the coal mining industry. Mr. Braden was interested also in education work among the mountain folk,
in whose, interests he was unceasingly active. He ranked high in the profession as a mining expert and producer. He was a member of the Baptist church, and was one of the oldest members of Briceville Chapter, Royal Arch Masons. One of his grandchildren, Miss. Billie Elizabeth Braden, is teacher of domestic science in the Clinton High school. Another grand-daughter, Miss. Frances Braden, was graduated from U-T at the age of 17 years, making a record for graduation age. She is now a TVA supervisor. A tribute was paid to memory of Mr. Braden by George P. Chandler, of Knoxville, who said: "He was well and favorably known as a reliable coal producer and mining man. particulary in the Coal Creek and New River districts, He was active  when coal mines were first developed, and remained so up to the time of death" Funeral services were to be held this (Thursday) afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Indian Bluff Baptist church, near his late residence. Burial was to take place in the church cemetery,
  services at grave being in charge of the Briceville Lodge F (?) A. M with Mr. Chandler, Past Grand High Priest of the R. A. M. of Tennessee, as leader. Martin of Lake City was in charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 

 

 

BRADEN, Annie Belle (Bunch)-

Annie Bell Braden
Briceville resident
Annie Bell Braden, 60, of Briceville, died Saturday, Oct. 11, 2003, at Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge. Born Feb. 3, 1943, in Stainesville, she was the daughter of Gracie Bunch of Briceville and Wayne Bunch, who is now deceased. Mrs. Braden lived in this area most of her life except for 13 years when she lived in Atlanta. She was a member of Fellowship Baptist Church. She was a homemaker and worked as a meat processor at a meat processing plant in Atlanta. Her daughters, Mattie Grace and Rose Marie Braden; two brothers, William Edward Bunch and Roy Hobert Bunch; a sister, Alice Faye Smith; and an aunt, Bessie Phillips, who was considered special, also died earlier. In addition to her mother, Mrs. Braden is survived by her husband, Ned Dalton Braden; two sons, Wayne F. Braden and wife, Melissa, and Edward A. Braden and wife, Pauline, all of Briceville; a daughter, Lisa Braden of Clinton; and by five grandchildren, Christopher Wayne Braden, Kristie Dawn Hooks, Joshua Allen Braden, Edward Samson Braden and Kyla Ann Duncan. She is also survived by a brother, Charles Edmond Bunch of West Virginia; three sisters, Nellie Phillips and Mary Elizabeth Randolph, both of Briceville, and Ruby Jane Phillips of Oliver Springs; and by several nieces, nephews and extended family members. The funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2003, at Fellowship Baptist Church in Morgan County with the Rev. Steve Randolph and the Rev. Donnie Tinker officiating. Burial will follow at Indian Bluff Cemetery in Briceville. The family will receive friends from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday, Oct. 13, at Sharp Funeral Home in Oliver Springs. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 
 

 

BRADEN, Talitha "Lithia" (Carroll)-
Clinton Courier News
Nov.1,1989
Lithia Braden
A Lake City nonagenarian, Litha Braden,99,died Oct.28 at Anderson County Health Care Center. She was born in Scott County and grew up in the New River area. She had lived in Lake City for many years and was a member of Beech Grove Baptist Church. Her first husband, Jim Phillips, died in 1918.A son, Perry Phillips also died earlier. Survivors include five sons, the Rev. General Phillips, Alfred Phillips and Arkes Braden, all of Lake City, Richard Phillips of Jacksboro, Arthur Braden of Kokomo, Ind., three daughters, Martha Phillips, and Cynthia Bray, both of Lake City, and Ollie Duncan, a stepdaughter, Nellie Duncan of Oliver Springs, 38 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. The funeral was held Monday at Grave Hill. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 
 

 

BREEDEN, George W-

George W. Breeden.
Member Of Morristown Church.
George Walter (Jake) Breeden,89,of Breeden Road Route,3,Oliver Springs, died Sunday at 9:30p.m.at Life Care Center in Wartburg. He had been ill for three years. Mr. Breeden was a member of Panther Springs Methodist Church of Morristown. His wife Viva Breeden, died 13 years ago. Mr. Breeden is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Minnie Mae Hicks of Route 3,Oliver Springs, six sons, Arnold Breeden, Enek Breeden, Homer Breeden, Charlie Breeden, Earl Breeden all of Route 3,Oliver Springs, Floyd Breeden of Morristown,19 grandchildren,16 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. The funeral will be held Wednesday at 2p.m.in the chapel of Sharp Funeral Home of Oliver Springs, with the Rev. Bryson Pride officiating. Burial will be buried in Indian Creek in Oliver Springs. The family will receive friends tonight from 7 to 9 at Sharp Funeral Home. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 

 

BREEDEN, Nannie Pearl (Roberts)
Nannie Pearl Breeden
Union Valley Baptist member
Nannie Pearl Roberts Breeden, 68, of Oliver Springs, died Wednesday, May 21, 1997, at the Life Care Center of Greeneville. Mrs. Breeden had been a lifelong resident of the Oliver Springs area and was a member of Union Valley Baptist Church. She was a homemaker. She was born in Windrock on Jan. 2, 1929, the daughter of Joe and Mary K. Lively Roberts.  Mrs. Breeden is survived by two daughters, Loretta Graham of Oliver Springs and Jodi Russell and her husband, Marty, of Oak Ridge; two sons, Roger Breeden Sr., and his wife, Betty, of  Midway, and Johnny Breeden of Oliver Springs; a sister, Viola Dunlap of Coalfield; and 11 grandchildren, 2 step-grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. Her husband, Charlie H. Breeden and two children, Charles E. Breeden and Christopher Breeden, died earlier. A grandson and a great-granddaughter, Daniel Breeden and Shena Bunch, also died earlier. The funeral will be held at 8:30 p.m. Friday, May 23, in the chapel of Sharp Funeral Home in  Oliver Springs with the Rev. Benny Braden and the Rev. Don Daugherty officiating.  A graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 24, at Indian Creek Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 
 

 

BREEDEN, Viva Lee (Jones)-

Clinton Courier July 3,1969
Mrs. Breeden, Oliver Springs, Dies On Friday.
Mrs. Viva Lee Breeden,71,of the Cove Community at Oliver Springs Rt.1,died at 11:40a.m.Friday at Oak Ridge Hospital. She was the wife of Jake Breeden. Services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday in Sharp Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Willie Aiken officiating. Burial was in Indian Creek Cemetery near Oliver Springs. Mrs. Breeden in addition to her husband leaves, a daughter, Miss. Minnie Mae Breeden who lives at home, six sons, Floyd Breeden of Jefferson City, Arnold, Enek, Charlie, Earl and Homer Breeden all of Oliver Springs,18 grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

BROWN, Lloyd Cecil-

Lloyd Cecil Brown
Lloyd Cecil Brown, 63, of the Medford community of Lake City, died Monday, April 16, 2001, at Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge. He enjoyed camping, four-wheeling, hunting and shooting matches, and being with his family and friends. He was a Baptist. Mr. Brown is survived by his wife, Angela Mills Brown; his daughters, Savannah Shea Brown of Lake City, Rockie Jo Lovely and her husband, John, of Briceville and Patsy Lowe and her husband, George, of LaFollette; his grandchildren, Walter Hayden Mills, Stacy Lowe, Angie Lowe and Brittany Lowe; his sisters, Sarah Crowley and Sue Foust and her husband, Eugene, all of Clinton, Mary Woods of Oak Ridge, and Sabra Lennox and her husband, Freddie, of Lenoir City; and his brother, Carvin Bunch of Clinton. Amanda Elkins, Ashley Duncan and Alyssa Lowe were considered his "grandchildren by heart"; Della and Arvil Brown, his "parents by heart"; and Johnny Brown, Ed Bunch, Doc Phillips, Dave Hill, Donald Sharp, Bill Pfiester, Doyle Seiber, Jay Will Phillips and others were considered his "brothers by heart." Mr. Brown was preceded in death by his parents, Creasie Phillips Bunch and Clifford Bunch and Gene Brown, and his grandparents, Byrd and Suzannah Phillips. The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 19, at Browns Flat Baptist Church in Medford with the Rev. Tom Byrge and the Rev. Jimmy Ray Seiber officiating. Viewing will be from noon to 2 p.m. at the church. Burial will follow at the church cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6 to 9 tonight, April 18, at Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Lake City. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

BRUMMETT, Ed-

Clinton Courier May 21,1953
Ed  Brummett
Funeral services for Ed Brummett of Clinton who died at his home here at 11:40 p.m. Friday were held at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at Pleasant View Baptist Church. Survivors are his wife, daughter, Mrs. Jennie Fay Tupper of Knoxville, sons, Millard and Paul Brummett of Clinton, nine grandchildren, sister, Mrs. Maud Suttles of Oliver Springs. Burial was in Robbins Cemetery with Martin's of Clinton in charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

 

BRUMMETT, Gerald (Jewel)-

Clinton Courier May 27,1965
Mr. Brummett, Clinton, Dies Wednesday
Gerald (Jewel) Brummett,56, of Clinton Rt.2, died Wednesday afternoon at a Knoxville hospital.
Survivors are his wife, Maggie Jane Brummett, eight sons, Harold, Dewey, Harvey, Joe and Gerald Lynn all of Clinton, Cas Jewel and Marvin Lee of Ft. Benning, Ga., and Roy of Ft. Jackson, S. C., one daughter, Geraldine Cox of Clinton, and four grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday at 3:30 p.m. at Pleasant View Baptist Church with the Rev. E. L. Wilson and the Rev. Clarence Wells officiating. The family will receive friends tonight (Thursday) from 7 to 9 p.m. at Holley Funeral Home. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net 

 

 

BRUMMETT, Joseph E-

Anderson County News Dec. 20, 1930
Joseph E. Brummett
Joseph E. Brummett, age 52, died Friday night, December 12, at 9 o'clock. He had been ill only a few weeks, of pneumonia. He is survived by a widow. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. J. M. Dew, pastor of the M. E.  Church. Interment in the Sunset Cemetery. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comast.net )

 

 

BULLOCK, Alonzo-

Alonzo Bullock,66,of Hilllcrest, Clinton, died at Crossville Medical Center Wednesday. He was a retired grocer, Survivors, Wife Mrs. Ollie Bullock, sons Earl and Dewey, of Clinton, Cliff, Bobby and Marvin, all of Crossville, daughters, Mrs. Lou Rosenbalm, Mrs. Faye Parks, Clinton, Mrs. Marie Hatmaker, Jacksboro, Mrs. Gene Sharp, Gary, Ind. Father, Amon Bullock, Clinton.18 grandchildren, five great- grand- Children. sisters, Mrs. Cora Moore, Mrs. Mae England, of Clinton, Mrs. Lillian Murray, Texas, Mrs. Reba Miller, Dayton, Ohio. brothers, Carl, Luther and Hubert, of Clinton. Vaughn, of Knoxville, Riley, of South Carolina. Funeral, 2 p.m. Saturday, Farmers Grove Baptist Church, Rev. Bedford Bullock, Rev. Jim Hammontree officiating. Burial in church cemetery Family will receive friends 7-9p.m.Friday at the funeral home. Holley-Gamble, Clinton,in charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

 

BULLOCK, Rev. Bedford-

BULLOCK, REV. BEDFORD - age 85, of Clinton, went home to be with the Lord Sunday, August 20, 2000 at The Windwood Health Care Center. He was a member of Farmers Grove Baptist Church where he had pastored on two different occasions totaling over 16 years. He had pastored several other churches in the area including Bryams Fork, Macedonia, Piney Grove, New Salem, Mt. Harmony, Deep Springs and Batley Baptist Church. After pastoring, Brother Bedford desired to go back to all the churches he has pastored and hold one last revival with the help of Rev. David Crowley. Bedford's main goal in life was to help someone to come to know Christ. He was born September 18, 1914 in Campbell County. Preceded in death by parents, Jake and Alice Hatmaker Bullock and several brothers and sisters. Survivors include a host of veryclose friends including Bill Copeland of Lake City, Rev. Jack Rosenbalm of Clinton and Rev. Mickey Leffew of Clinton. Bedford loved everyone he came in contact with and was loved by all. Receiving of Bedford's friends will be from 6:00-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, August 24th, at Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Clinton with singing at 8:30 p.m. in the chapel. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, August 25th, at Farmers Grove Baptist Church withRev. David Crowley, Rev. Kenneth Seeber and Rev. Jerry Copeland officiating.He will lie in state one hour prior to the service. Interment will follow the service at Farmers Grove Baptist Church Cemetery. Holley-Gamble Funeral Home. of Clinton in charge of arrangements. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 
 

 

BULLOCK, Carrie Lassie (Sharp)-

Clinton Courier May 31,1943
Mrs. A. B. Bullock.
Funeral services were conducted Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. at the Zion Baptist Church for Mrs. A. B. Bullock. Burial was in the Church Cemetery with the Rev. Tom Hart officiating. Holley Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Bullock died at the home on Clinton RFD 1 at 1:55a.m.Saturday May 8.She is survived by her husband, six sons, Alonzo, Hubert, Carl, Riley, Luther, and Bob, five daughters, Mrs. Cora Moore, Mrs. Lillian Murray,
Mrs. May Duncan, Mrs. Reba Miller and Ethel Hunley, five sisters, Mrs. Sallie Francis, Mrs. China Hatmaker, Mrs. Virlie Cooper, Miss Susie Sharp and Ella Sharp and two brothers, Fisher Sharp and J. Sharp. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 

 

BULLOCK, Claude-

Claude Bullock
Claude Bullock,8 months,died at the home of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lonzo Bullock, last Tuesday afternoon, after a short illness. The family lived near Coal Creek. Surviving are the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bullock and four brothers, and sisters. Funeral services were held last Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the home with the Rev. H. L. Hutchins officiating. Burial was in Bakers Ford Cemetery. Martin Funeral Home was in charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

BULLOCK, Clifton J-

CLIFTON J. BULLOCK
Funeral services for Clifton J. Bullock, 70, of Watertown, TN, who passed away Oct. 14, 1999, were held Oct. 16 from the chapel of Hunter Funeral Home in Watertown, with burial in Cedar Grove Cemetery. The Rev. Marvin Nail officiated. He was born May 22, 1929, the son of Alonzo Bullock and Ollie Cooper Bullock. Mr. Bullock was a truck driver, and he was of the Baptist faith. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army, serving in the Korean War. He was a recipient a Purple Heart. Survivors include his wife, Ruth Hix Bullock of Watertown; daughter, Angel Parsons, and husband, Charlie, of Irontown, OH; son, Clifton Bullock Jr. of Crossville; stepdaughters, Claudine Ashworth, and husband, Al, of Lebanon, TN, and Carrie Lynn Hix of Watertown; stepson, David Hix and wife, Sue, of Watertown; 11 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; mother, Ollie Cooper Bullock of Clinton, TN; sisters and brothers-in-law, Lou and Jack Rosenbaum, Marie and Elbert Brock, and Faye and Lynn Parks, all of Clinton, and Jean and Bill Sharpe of Heiskell, TN; brothers and sisters-in-law, Marvin and Ruth Bullock and Bobby and Roberta Bullock, all of Crossville; and foster brothers, Paul Downs II and Paul Downam III, both of Watertown. Hunter Funeral Home in Watertown was in charge of the arrangements. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 
 

BULLOCK, Curtis B-

From the LaFollette Press, Thursday, March 4, 1971:
Curtis B. Bullock, 69, of LaFollette, died Monday at LaFollette Community Hospital. He was a retired coal miner and a member of The First Baptist Church of South Clinton. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Grace Bullock; his daughter, Mrs. Nelafa Wright; three sons, Curtis Bullock, Jr., Troy Bullock, and Ernest Bullock; two brothers, Virgil Bullock, and the Rev. Bedford Bullock; his sister, Mrs. Gladys Hatmaker; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services are scheduled to be held today (Thursday) at 2 p.m. at West LaFollette Baptist Church by the Rev. Floyd Powell and the Rev. Paul Heatherly. Martin's Funeral Home, LaFollette, is in charge of arrangements. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

BULLOCK, Dewey Lee-

Dewey Lee Bullock,
Dewey Lee "Gee" Bullock,65,of  Marlow community of Clinton
died Friday morning at the Oak Ridge Health Care Center.
He was born Jan 5,1928,in Crossville to the Rev. Alonzo and Ollie Cooper Bullock. He was a licensed electrician, painter and plumber. Mr. Bullock,a veteran of the Army served during World War II and Korean Conflict. He also served years in the National Guard. He was a lifetime member of Paralyzed Veterans of America. His father and brother Earl W. Bullock, preceded him in death. Survivors include sons and daughters-in -law, Ronald and Janet Bullock and Winford and Susie Bullock, all of Clinton, a daughter Lisa Tackett of Clinton. grandsons, Winford Lee Bullock Jr., Christopher Lynn Bullock. Justin Craig Tackett and Marcus Ronald Bullock, granddaughter,RaChelle LeAnn Bullock. mother, Ollie Bullock of Crossville, brothers, Cliff "Cotton" Bullock, Bobby Bullock and Marvin Bullock, all of Crossville, sisters, Lou Rosenbalm,  Marie Hatmaker Brock, Jean Sharp and Faye Parks, all of Clinton. Several nieces and nephews. Services will be Sunday at 2p.m. at Holley-Gamble Funeral Chapel. Burial will be at Farmer's Grove Baptist Church Cemetery. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

BULLOCK, Earl W-

Appalachian Observer News Aug. 26, 1985
Earl W. Bullock
Bullock, Earl W., age 60, of Clinton passed away Thursday at St. Mary's Medical Center. Member of North Clinton Baptist Church. Survivors; wife, Jessie Webber Bullock, Clinton, daughters, Ann Metler, Linda White, son and daughter-in-law, Larry and Jane Bullock, grandchildren, Mike Farley, Joe White, Dawn White, Nathan Bullock and Vince Linkes, mother, Ollie Bullock, Clinton, sisters, Mrs. Lou Rosenbalm,  Mrs. Jean Sharp, Mrs. Faye Parks, all of Clinton,  Mrs. Maria Hatmaker, Jacksboro, brothers, Dewey Bullock, Clinton, Clifton Cotton Bullock, Bobby Bullock , Marvin Bullock all of Crossville, several nieces and nephews. Funeral services was Saturday night at Holley Gamble Funeral Home Chapel, Rev. R. L. Lovett officiating. Interment was Sunday at Anderson Memorial Gardens. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

BULLOCK, Jacob B "J B"-

Clinton Courier Nov.18,1949
 J. B. Bullock,82, of Lafollette formerly of South Clinton. died in the Doctor's Hospital in Lafollette at 6:25   Wednesday morning. He is survived by his wife Mrs. Laura Bullock, sons Raymond and Curt of Lafollette and Virgil of Clinton.  daughter, Mrs. Marion Hatmaker. seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, three brothers ,Silas and Frank of Lake City and Amos of Marlow. Funeral services will be Saturday at 1p.m. at West End Baptist Church in Lafollette with Rev. A. Douglas officiating. Burial will be in Murrayville Cemetery.  Holley of Clinton had charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

BULLOCK, Nora (Hatmaker)-

Clinton Courier Jan.26,1961
Lake City Woman Dies At Her Home,  Mrs. Nora Hatmaker Bullock,71,died at her home in Lake City Wednesday night. She was a member of Main Street Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Silas Bullock, three daughters Mrs. Charles Russell of Oliver Springs, Mrs. Rosie Strong of Clinton, Mrs. Clayton Towe of Dayton, O, three sons, Harvey Bullock of Caryville, Truman Bullock of Clinton, Robert Bullock of Gary, Ind. three brothers, Steward, Ferrell and Barton Hatmaker, all of Caryville. 14 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Martin Funeral Home  Lake City is in charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

 
BULLOCK, Ollie (Cooper)-
BULLOCK, OLLIE COOPER - age 95, of Clinton, went home to be with the Lord, Tuesday, May 9, 2006 at Windwood Health Care Center. She was a member of Farmers Grove Baptist Church. She is preceded in death by husband, Rev. Alonzo Bullock; parents, Howard & Lou Ballard Cooper; sons, Earl, Dewey, Cliff, Bob by, and Claude Bullock; sons-in-law, Rev. Jack Rosenbalm and Pete Hatmaker. She is survived by: daughters, Lou Rosenbalm of Norris, Marie Brock & husband Everett of Clinton, Jean & husband Rev. Bill Sharpe of Clinton, Faye Parks & husband Lynn of Clinton; son, Marvin Bullock of Crossville; daughters-in-law, Jessie Hamilton of Clinton; Roberta Bullock of Crossville; 21 grandchildren; 38 great grandchildren; and 15 great great grandchildren; sister, Nora Sizemore of Baltimore, MD; several nieces and nephews. The family would like to thank Windwood Health Care Center and the nurses and staff, Adventa Hospice, special CNA, Trena Brock who has cared for her the past 3+ years and the love she had shown to Ms. Ollie. The family will receive friends 6:00-8:00 PM, Thursday, May 11, 2006 at Holley-Gamble Funeral Home. Her funeral service will be 2:30 PM, Friday at Farmers Grove Baptist Church. The burial will follow at Farmers Grove Baptist Church Cemetery. Holley-Gamble Funeral Home in Clinton is in charge of all arrangements . (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

 
BULLOCK, Silas-
Clinton Courier Feb.3,1977
Lake City's Oldest Man Dies At 98.
Lake City's oldest man, Silas Bullock,98,of 494 Biddle Lane, died Thursday at Lake City Nursing Home of complications of age. A native of Campbell County, he was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bullock and was born Oct.15,1878.He moved to Lake City after going to work in the Beech Grove mines. He was a miner until he retired in 1942.He enjoyed farming and fishing in earlier years. Survivors include his wife Mrs. Maudie Bell Bullock, three sons, Harvey Bullock of Caryville, Truman Bullock of Clinton, and Robert Bullock of Gary, Ind. three daughters, Mrs. Charles (Monnie) Russell of Oliver Springs, Mrs. W. J. (Rosie) Strong of Clinton. Mrs. Clayton (Nettie) Towe of Lake City.13 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday at West Side Baptist Church with the Rev. Howard Robbins and the Rev. L. B. Huskey officiating. Burial was in Murrayville Cemetery. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

BUNCH, Adam-

Clinton Courier Dec. 19, 1957
Adam Bunch
Funeral services for Adam Bunch, 83, Clinton Rt.4, who died Saturday night, were held Monday at the South Clinton Baptist Church. The Rev. Paul A Reneau and the Rev. Hoye Bunch conducted the services and burial was in Valley View Cemetery. Survivors are one son, Dewey Bunch, Devonia, two daughters, Mrs. Nancy Colston, Indiana and Mrs. Maxine Baumgardner Clinton, Rt.1, brother, Lippie Bunch, Devonia. Holley's funeral home was in charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

BUNCH, Amanda (Byrge)-

Aug.2,1956
Mrs. Bunch Dies At Wartburg
Mrs. Amanda Bunch, 68,died Friday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Gertie Bunch of Wartburg Rt.1. Survivors include five sons, Willie Bunch of Lansing Rt.2.Ralph,Raymond,and Elmer all of Fork Mountain, James of Wartburg Rt.1,two daughters, Mrs. Gertie Bunch and Mrs. Stella Overton of Fork Mountain, two brothers,
Willie Byrge of Florida and John E. Byrge of Clinton Rt.5,two half-brothers, Charlie Byrge of Lafollette and Harvey Byrge of Detroit, Mich., two sisters, Mrs. Delia Craig of Clinton Rt.5,and Emily Seiber of Charley's Branch, one half-sister, Mrs. Laura Bunch of Rosedale,22 grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. Funeral services were Saturday at the Shiloh Baptist Church with the Rev. Owen Portwood officiating. Burial was in Phillips Cemetery at Rosedale. Martin of Lake City was in charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

 
BUNCH, Bessie (Daugherty)-
Clinton Courier Oct. 14, 1981
Bessie Bunch
Bessie Bunch, age 85, of South Clinton, died Oct.7th at Oak Ridge Hospital. A resident of South Clinton for more than 30 years, Mrs. Bunch was a member of Second Baptist Church of Clinton. She enjoyed quilting and gardening. Her husband, Haskell L. Bunch, preceded her in death. Survivors include three sons, Earl Bunch of South Clinton, Erwin Bunch of Madison Heights, Mich., and Carvin Bunch of Alabama, three daughters, Ella Overton of South Clinton, Maria Jackson of Orlando, Fla., and Leoda Freels of Pigeon Forge, three sisters, Della Byrge of Dutch Valley community, Aletha Douglas of Clinton and Mandy Jackson of Orlando, 22 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. The Funeral was held Saturday in the chapel of Martin Funeral Home in Clinton with the Rev. Jim McPherson and Rev. George Williams officiating. Burial was in Sunset Cemetery in Clinton. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 
 

 

 

BUNCH, Clifford-

April 14, 1997
Clifford Bunch
Retired coal miner
Clifford Bunch, 80, of Sulphur Springs Road, Clinton, died Sunday, April 13, 1997, at  Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge. Mr. Bunch was a retired coal miner. He was born in Anderson County on April 20, 1916, and was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II.  His wife, Creasie Phillips Bunch, died earlier. He is survived by four daughters, Mary Woods and Sabra Davis, both of Oak Ridge, and Sarah Crowley and Sue Foust and her husband, Eugene, all of Clinton; two sons, Carvin Bunch of Clinton and Lloyd Brown and his wife, Angie, of Lake City; a sister, Dollie Greene of Oak  Ridge; and 12 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Dewey Kimble and Ed Disney, both of Clinton, were considered special friends. The funeral will be held at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, in the chapel of Cox-Martin Funeral Home in Lake City, with the Rev. Jimmy Seiber and Edwin Phillips officiating.  A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday, April 16, at Sunset Cemetery in Clinton,  with members of the East Tennessee Veterans Honor Guard conducting full military rites. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

 
 
BUNCH, Curtis T-
Clinton Clinton Courier June 25, 1981
Retired Carpenter, Bunch, Dies
A retired carpenter, Curtis T. Bunch, 78, of Ridgeview Drive, South Clinton, died at 3:15 p.m. Saturday at his home. Bunch was sick with lung cancer which was diagnosed six weeks ago A native of New River area, Bunch had lived in South Clinton  nearly 50 years. He worked as a finish carpenter both independently and with several firms in Anderson and Knox Counties. He was a member of Farmer's Grove Baptist Church and enjoyed fishing. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Leota Bunch, a daughter, Mrs. Jim (Opal) Grooms of Heiskell Rt.1, two sisters, Mrs. Cleo Wallace of Maynardville Rt.2, and Mrs. Rosie Wallace of Madisonville Rt.2 and a brother, Belza Bunch of Clinton Rt.5. Funeral services were held Tuesday at Farmer's Grove Baptist Church with the Rev. Bedford Bullock and the Rev. Jimmy Hammontree officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 

BUNCH, Edgar Ray-

Clinton Courier Oct. 10, 1985
Father Of Pine Circle Woman Dies
A man who was raised in Oliver Springs area but spent most of the last several years in Nashville, Edgar Ray Bunch, 65, died the night of Oct. 2 at Methodist Medical Center. Bunch had been living with his daughter, Mrs. Virgil (Faye) Rainey of Pine Circle, Clinton Rt.5, since March. Bunch worked at Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant until the early 1950s and was a laborer in more recent years. Beside Mrs. Rainey, he is survived by two other daughters, Mrs. Dale (Sue) Rittenberry of Harriman, and Eudena Hartle of Michigan, two sons, James Omer Bunch of Harriman and Edward Ray Bunch of Oliver Springs, three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Saturday at Sharp Funeral Home in Oliver Springs with the Rev. Willie Atkins officiating. Burial was in Mt. Pisgah Cemetery on Sunday. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 

 

 

BUNCH, Ernest Lance-

Clinton Courier Aug 7,1986.
Frost Bottom Man Dies At 78.
A former self-employed laborer and truck driver, Ernest Lance Bunch,78 of Frost Bottom Rd., Oliver Springs Rt.3,died Sunday night at Methodist Medical Center of an apparent heart attack. Bunch was a member of Friendly Welcome Baptist Church. He is survived by his  wife , Mrs. Dora Bunch,
sister, Dollie Green of Oak Ridge, and two brothers, Clifford of Clinton and Elmer Bunch of  Oliver Springs,Rt.3.Funeral services were held Tuesday at Sharp Funeral Home in Oliver Springs with the Rev. Clyde Bass officiating. Burial was in Mineral Springs Cemetery on Wednesday. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

BUNCH, Grantz and Ethel-

Clinton Courier Dec 2,1965
Two Brothers, Former State Workers, Dies.
Two brothers, each whom was retired employee of the State of Tennessee, died last Friday, one at the University Hospital in Knoxville and the other at his home in Petros. Grantz Bunch 76,of Petros, died died Friday morning, and his brother Ethel Bunch died Friday night, Grantz Bunch was a member of Free Communion Baptist Church. A double funeral service was held Sunday afternoon for the brothers at Free Communion
Baptist Church with the Rev. Dana Ward and the Rev. Carvin Phillips officiating. The two were buried in the family cemetery. Ethel Bunch is survived by his wife, Grace, two daughters, Mrs. Mary Ruth Seiver of Devonia, and Mildred Bunch of Medina, O, nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Grantz Bunch is survived by nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Survivors of both men include three sisters, Mrs. Maggie Seiber of Baltimore, Mrs. Kizzie Daugherty of Petros, and Mrs. Linda Hensley of Devonia, and a brother, Isaac Bunch of Center Hill,Fla. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

 
BUNCH, Heiskell-
Clinton Courier Jan 16,1970
Heiskell Bunch, Retired Farmer Rites Saturday. Heiskell L Bunch,78,a retired farmer who was a coal miner in his younger days. Died Wednesday afternoon at St. Mary's Hospital in Knoxville after a short illness. He lived on Catawba St. in South Clinton. Services will be at 2p.m.Saturday at Martin Funeral Home Chapel in Clinton. The family will receive friends Friday night at the funeral home. Bunch who was born at New River, eaves his wife, Mrs. Bessie Bunch, four sons, Ed of Denver, Carvin of Memphis, Earl and Ervin, both of Detroit, three daughters, Mrs. Della Overton of South Clinton, Mrs. Leoda Freels of Palm Beach, Fla. Mrs. Marie Jackson of Detroit, 21 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Lula Newport of South Clinton, and Mrs. Anna Carroll of Rosedale. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 
 

 

 

BUNCH, James M-

Clinton Courier March 13,1952
James M Bunch
Services were conducted at 2p.m.Sunday afternoon for James M.Bunch,79,retired farmer, who died at his home in Clinton Rt.4 Friday, March 7.He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Martha Reynolds Bunch, five sons, Curtis, Theodore, Belza and Luther all of Clinton Rt.4, and Marlin of Spring City, Tenn., two daughters, Mrs. Rosa Wallace and Mrs. Cleo Wallace, both of Knoxville, two brothers, Adam Bunch of Clinton Rt.4, and Leppy Bunch of Knoxville. The Rev. Columbus Hembree officiated at the funeral services and burial
was in Valley View Cemetery with Martin of Clinton in charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

BUNCH, Jim-

Clinton Courier July 5, 1973
Retired Railroad Man Dies
Jim Bunch,76, a retired railroad worker, died at 2 a.m. Wednesday in University Hospital. Bunch, a resident of ClintonRt.5, suffered a heart attack about three weeks prior to his death. He had been in Oak Ridge Hospital and a Knoxville nursing home. He was a life-long resident of Anderson County, having been born in the New River area. Bunch, retired from Tennessee Railroad Co. at New River. He was a member of Free Communion Baptist Church at Devonia. Bunch made his home with a half-sister, Mrs. Hassie Daugherty, on Clinton Rt.5.Other survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Evelene West of Clinton Rt.5,one son, Harlan Bunch of Clinton, a step-mother, Mrs. Emma Seiber of Clinton. four other half-sister, Mrs. Cassie Phillips of Oliver Springs,Mrs. Eva Phillips of Oak Ridge, Mrs. Dessie Ward and Mrs. Allie Phillips, both of Devonia, two brothers, John Bunch of Oak Ridge and Howard Bunch of Cleveland, O., two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Phillips of Wartburg and Mrs. Nell Patterson of Kentucky. Services were held at 2 p. m. Friday in the chapel of Cox Funeral Home in Lake City. The Rev. Carvin Phillips and the Rev. Dana Ward officiated. Burial was in Pleasant View Cemetery. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )


 

BUNCH, John-

Anderson County News Jan. 12,1929
Death Of John Bunch
John Bunch, a well known citizen residing in the Fourth district of Anderson County died last week of pneumonia. He was a well respected resident of the community and his death caused much regret among a large circle of relatives and friends. The remain
were laid to rest in the Fourth district. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

 
BUNCH, Leland-
Clinton Courier Feb.5,1953
Lelan Bunch,25,Fork Mountain Coal Miner died suddenly Monday while at work in New River Fuel Co. Mine. A Veteran  of World War II He is survived by his wife Loudean, one son, Michael David, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Bunch, three sisters, Mrs. Nora Hutchins, Mrs. J. W. Tucker of Winston-Salem N.C. and Ruby Bunch of Fork Mountain, three brothers, Leonard of the U.S. Air Force, Jess and George of Fork Mountain. Services were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Beech Grove Baptist Church with Rev. Jim Sexton officiating. Burial was in Fork Mountain Cemetery with military honors at the grave. Cox of Lake City was in charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

 

BUNCH, Nancy Ann (Phillips)-

Clinton Courier Jan 27,1949
Nancy Ann Bunch,
Nancy Ann Bunch died Tuesday at 10a.m. at the home of her daughter, Mrs. John Newport of Clinton Rt.4. She was a member of Free Communion Baptist Church at Charlie's Branch. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Newport and Mrs. Hugh Carroll of Rosedale, two sons  Haskell of Clinton, and Charlie of Stainville;17 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren. The body will be returned to the home of Mrs. John Newport Wednesday afternoon.  Funeral services will be held today {Thursday} at 2p.m.at the Free Communion Baptist Church  with the Rev. Ernest Conner and the Rev. Elisha Daugherty officiating.  Burial will be in the Rosedale Cemetery. Cox of Lake City has charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 

BUNCH, Rexie-

Rexie Bunch, Ex-Devonia Miner, Dies
Rexie Bunch,69,of Bedford, Ohio, died at 2:50p.m.Friday in a Bedford hospital. A former resident of Devonia, he was a retired coal miner and member of the United Mine Workers of America. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Raymond  (Margie) West of Bedford Heights, Ohio and Mrs. Frank (Deloris) Phillips of Devonia, a son, Jay B. Bunch, of Twinsburg, Ohio, seven grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs. Delie McGhee of Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Della Patterson of Briceville Rt.1, and Mrs. Roxie Patterson of Oliver Springs Rt.2,and brother, Shadric Bunch of Devoina. Funeral services were held Tuesday at New Pilot Baptist Church at Devoina with the Rev. Arlie Lamarr and Rev. Guy Lively officiating. Burial was in Phillips Cemetery. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 
 

 

 

 
BUNCH, Wayne-
Clinton Courier Jan 1,1970
Wayne Bunch, Frost Bottom, Buried Friday.
Funeral services for Wayne E.Bunch,59,were held at 2 p.m. Friday at his home in the Frost Bottom community in East Anderson County. Burial was in Mineral Springs Cemetery. Bunch, who died Tuesday, Dec 23,cut timber years ago in the Cumberland Mountains of North-East Anderson County. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Gracie Phillips Bunch,f ive daughters, Mrs. Anna Belle Braden, Mrs. Alice Faye Seeber, both of Atlanta, Mrs. Nellie C. Brown, Miss. Ruby Jean Bunch, Miss. Mary Elizabeth, all of Oliver Springs, three sons, William E. Bunch of Atlanta, Roy H. and Charles Lee Bunch, both of Oliver Springs, three sisters, Mrs.Cleo Seiber and Mrs. Myrtle Lowe, both of Oliver Springs, Mrs. Dolly Green of Oak Ridge, three brothers, Elmer Bunch and Ernest Bunch of Oliver Springs Rt.2.and Clifford Bunch of Clinton. and six grandchildren. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

 

BUNCH, William Edward-

William Edward Bunch
Former security guard
William Edward Bunch, 52, died Wednesday, Jan. 17, 2001, during church services at Mineral Springs Baptist Church in Oliver Springs. Mr. Bunch was born July 21, 1948, in Anderson County, the son of Gracie and Wayne Edward Bunch. His mother lives in Briceville and his father is deceased. He was a lifelong resident of this area. He had worked as a security guard for 25 years, his last
employment being Dynamic Security of Knoxville. He was a member of Fellowship Independent Missionary Baptist Church of Oliver Springs. In addition to his mother, Mr. Bunch is survived by his wife, Charlotte Bunch; his children, William Jack McKelvey and Missie Miller and her husband, Patrick, all of Lake City, Elizabeth Carroll and her husband, Ray, of Briceville, Nathan Mark McKelvey and his wife, Alyssa, of Missouri and Misty McKelvey of Walland; and by his grandchildren, Jeffery Carroll, David McKelvey, Chandra Carroll, Kimberly Carroll, Dale Carroll, Robert McKelvey and Kayla McKelvey.He is also survived by his brother, Charles Edward Bunch of Harriman; and his sisters, Annabell Braden and her husband, Dalton, Nellie Phillips and her husband, Donnie, Elizabeth Randolph and her husband, Steve, all of Briceville, and Alice Smith and her husband, Scott, and Ruby Phillips and her husband, Eugene, all of Oliver Springs. Also surviving are his mother-in-law, Daisy D. Breeden of Seymour; his sisters-in-law, Laura Crain and her husband, Billy, of Seymour and Wanda Murphy and her husband, Elmer, of Claxton; his aunts, Bonnie Breeden and her husband, Homer, of Oliver Springs and Dolly Greene and her husband, Hoover, of Clinton; and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20, at Fellowship Independent Missionary Baptist Church in Oliver Springs with the Rev. Johnny Randolph and the Rev. Mark Bass officiating. Burial will follow at Brown Cemetery of Briceville. The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 tonight, Jan. 19, at the church. Sharp Funeral Home in Oliver Springs is handling arrangements. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 
 

BURRIS, Albert Glea-

Albert Glea Burris
Albert G Burris, 32, died at his home near Briceville after a long illness. Survivors are his wife, Mrs Emily Roysden Burris; four sons, Albert Jr, J C, Arvil Lee & Johnnie Eugene, all of Briceville; two daughters, Evelyn & Lillie Mae Burris of Briceville; three brothers, Alvin of Lake City, Condy & Ben of Briceville; three sisters, Mrs Ora Lee Roysden of Rockford, Mrs Nora Mae Wilson of KY, Mrs Elsie Phillips of Briceville. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at 10 A M, at Laurel Branch Baptist Church with the Rev Louis Ward & the Rev John Tackett officiating. Burial was in the Seeber Cemetery. Martin of Lake City had charge. Ref Note: Burris Cemetery: Cemetery Location; From Briceville, take Seiber Mountain Road to Seiber Flats, Anderson Co, Briceville, TN. (Submitted by: Gloria Fay (Harmon) Burris gloriafayburris@comcast.net )

BURRIS, Alvin McKinley-

Alvin McKinley Burris
Burris, Alvin, age 78, of Lake City, passed away Friday, January 22, 1999, at his residence. He had been a member and Deacon of Clear Branch Baptist Church for over 40 years. He was a World War II veteran of the United States Army Air Corps. He was a retired Letter Carrier with the United States Postal Service in Oak Ridge. Preceded in death by: parents, John and Lillie Seeber Burris; brothers, Albert and Condy Burris; sisters, Ora Lee Roysden and Elsie Phillips. Survivors: wife for over 50 years, Faye Foust Burris, Lake City; son, Michael Burris and wife, Gayle, Maryville; granddaughter, Angela Hitson, Louisville; great-granddaughter, Abra Coning, Maryville;
brother, Ben Burris and wife, Fay, Lake City; sister, Nora Byrd and husband, Lonzo, Briceville; several nieces and nephews; and a host of friends. The family will receive friends from 1-3 P.M., Sunday, January 24, 1999, at Clear Branch Baptist Church in Lake City, with funeral service following at 3 P.M., in the chapel with the Rev. George DeLozier and Rev. James Lane officiating. Interment will follow in Leach Cemetery. Holley-Gamble Funeral Home of Lake City, in charge of all arrangements. (Submitted by: Gloria Fay (Harmon) Burris gloriafayburris@comcast.net )

 

BURRIS, Condy Everette-

Condy Everett Burris
Condy Everett Burris-age 23, of Briceville, drowned while swimming Sunday afternoon. Survivors: father & step-mother, Mr & Mrs John S Burris of Briceville; two brothers, Alvin of Lake City, Ben of Briceville; three sisters, Mrs Ora Lee Roysden of Rockford, Mrs Nora Wilson of Lejunior, KY, and Mrs Elsie Phillips of Briceville. Services Tuesday at 2 P M at Laurel Branch Baptist Church, Rev Lewis Ward officiating. Interment in family cemetery. Martin's of Lake City in charge.
 
Minor Drowned Following Like Fate of Kin
Special To The News-Sentinel
Lake City, July 10-Just one day after a Briceville minor, Condy Everett Burris, attended the funeral of brother-in-law who drowned, Burris himself was drowned. Burris 23, was swimming in a small lake near Briceville Sunday afternoon. he came out and sat on a rock. A little later he toppled over into the lake and was dead when pulled out by friends nearby. He was thought to have suffered a heart attack, said an attendant at Martin Funeral Home, where the body was
brought. Burris was a miner at Briceville. He leaves his father and
stepmother, Mr & Mrs John S Burris, Briceville; two brothers, Alvin of Lake City, Ben of Briceville; three sisters, Mrs Ora Lee Roysden of Rockford, Mrs Nora Wilson of Lejunior, KY and Mrs Elsie Phillips of Briceville. His brother-in-law, Edward Wilson 38, miner of Lejunior in Harlan County, drowned in Watts Bar Lake, Roane County last Thursday while attempting to free a fishing line. Wilson, on vacation, was visiting his parents, the Rev & Mrs John Wilson of Briceville. Funeral services will be at 2 P M Tuesday.
 
Minor Follows His Relative In Death by Drowning In Lake
Briceville, July 9th. A 23 year old miner, drowned here today, the day after he attended the funeral of his brother-in-law who drowned in Watts Bar Lake Thursday.Condy Everette Burris, Briceville, apparently suffered an attack at a mining lake while standing on the bank. Officials at Martin's Funeral Home, Lake City, said he made no outcry nor did he struggle. He sank immediately. Last Thursday, Edward Wilson, 38, Lejunior, Ky, miner, whose wife was sister to
Burris, lost his life when he became entangled in a fishing line near
Kingston. Wilson was visiting his parents, the Rev & Mrs John Wilson of Briceville, while on vacation. Burris is survived by his father & step-mother, Mrs & Mrs John S Burris of Briceville; two brothers, Alvin of Lake City and Ben of Briceville; three sisters, Mrs Ora Lee Roysden, of Rockford, Mrs Nora Wilson, and Mrs Elsie Phillips of Briceville. Ref Note: Burris Cemetery: Cemetery Location; From Briceville, take Seiber Mountain Road to Seiber Flats, Anderson Co, Briceville, TN. (Submitted by: Gloria Fay (Harmon) Burris gloriafayburris@comcast.net )

BURRIS, Emily (Jarmon/German)-

THE MARCELINE HERALD,  Marceline, Missouri, Friday, June 2, 1916 Died at age 93 years Mrs. Emily Burris, aged 93 years April 3 last, died Tuesday at the home of her son, Jacob Burris, near Marceline, of affirimities of old age.  She had lived here for about six years, and was born in Campbell County, Tennessee. Surviving are the son, eight grandchildren, and eighteen great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at the chapel in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Wednesday
morning, conducted by Elder David Lyon. (Submitted by: Gloria Fay (Harmon) Burris gloriafayburris@comcast.net )
 
MARCELINE MIRROR, Marceline, Missouri, Friday, June 2, 1916 DEATH OF A VENERABLE WOMAN
Mrs. Emily Burriss died at the home of her son, Jacob Burris, 2 1/2 miles west of Marceline at one o'clock Tuesday afternoon.  Mrs. Burriss was one of the oldest residents of this locality, having attained the venerable age of 93 years, 1 month and 18 days last Tuesday.  She was a native of Tennessee. Funeral services were held at the chapel in Mt. Olivet Cemetery at one o'clock Wednesday morning conducted by Elder David Lyon, pastor of the
Christian Church. (Submitted by: Gloria Fay (Harmon) Burris gloriafayburris@comcast.net )

 

BURRIS, Emma Lee "Emily" (Roysden)-

Emma Lee 'Emily' (Roysden) Burris
Burris, Emma Lee, age 89, of Briceville, Tenn., passed away Saturday, April 12, 2003, at Sunbridge Nursing Home in LaFollette, Tenn. She was born October 2, 1913, in, Tennessee, to the late Abraham and Margaret Chambers Roysden. She was a life long member of Laurel Branch Baptist Church and a resident of Briceville, Tenn. She loved singing gospel songs and growing beautiful flowers. She was a Special Nanny to Mary Patterson and Terry Patterson of Kingston, Tenn. Emma was one of 13 children; six brothers and
six sisters, whom preceded her in death, also preceded her was husband, Albert Glee Burris, and grandsons, Jimmy Burris of Ohio and Kenny Hayes of Briceville. Survivors: sons, James C. and wife, Jean Burris of Clinton, Arvil L. and wife, Ruth Burris of Ohio, Albert G., Jr. and wife, Vickie Burris of Lake City, and John E. and wife, Sandy Burris of Missouri; daughters, Evelyn and husband, Bill Hayes of Briceville and Lillie Mae Roldan of Briceville; 15 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; two great-great grandchildren; special granddaughter, Tammy Williams. The family will receive friends from 6:00-8:00 P.M. Monday, April 14, 2003, at the Hatmaker Funeral Home. Funeral service 8:00 P.M., Monday, April 14, 2003, in the Hatmaker Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Archie Seiber officiating.
Interment 2:00 P.M. Tuesday, April 15, 2003, at the Burris Cemetery on Seiber Mountain in Briceville, Tenn. Pallbearers will be the Grandson of Mrs. Burris. Hatmaker Funeral Home, of  Lake City, in charge of arrangements. Ref Note: Burris Cemetery: Cemetery Location; From Briceville, take Seiber Mountain Road to Seiber Flats, Anderson Co, Briceville, TN. (Submitted by: Gloria Fay (Harmon) Burris gloriafayburris@comcast.net )
 

 

 BURRIS, John Spurgon-
John Spurgon Burris
Burris, John Spurgeon-62, of Briceville, passed away Wednesday night at Scott Hospital in Lake City. Survivors; widow; two sons, Alvin of Lake City, Ben of Briceville; three daughters, Mrs Nora Wilson, Mrs Elsie Phillips of Briceville, Mrs T J Roysden, Rockford; two sisters, Mrs Julia McAfee, Illinois, Mrs Bell McGhee, Briceville; brother, Jim Burris of Jellico. Services 2 P M Sunday, Laurel Branch Baptist Church, Rev H L Hutchins, Lewis Ward & John Tackett officiating. Interment in family cemetery. Martin's Lake City, in charge. Ref Note: Burris Cemetery: Cemetery Location; From Briceville, take Seiber Mountain Road to Seiber Flats, Anderson Co, Briceville, TN. (Submitted by: Gloria Fay (Harmon) Burris gloriafayburris@comcast.net )

 

BURRESS, Mary E (Farmer)-

Clinton Courier Jan.13,1944
Mrs. Mary E. Burress
Mrs. Mary E.Buress,69,widow of the late Tom Burress, died at the home of her son, Hobert Burress, 716 Moore Street Clinton, at 2p.m. Sunday. She is survived by five daughters, Mrs. S.H. Moore, Mrs S.V. Brock, Mrs. Sue Braden, all of Clinton, Mrs. W.E. Byrge of Tampa, Fla.and Mrs. Joe Ivester of Indiana, four sons, Homer, Hobert, Joe Fred and Reece Burress, all of Clinton,18 grandchildren, four in the Army, and one great grand child. Funeral services were held at 2p.m.at the Sulphur Springs Methodist Church with burial in the church cemetery. The Rev O.R. Tarwater officiating with Martin's in charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

BURRIS, Matt-

Unknown Paper Jan. 4, 1940
Mat Burress
Mat Burress, 78, a blacksmith of Briceville, died Sunday afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lige Hatmaker, in Briceville. Survivors : His wife, three daughters, Mrs. Lige Hatmaker, Mrs. Brad Lowery of Cincinnati and Mrs. Tom Lowery of Portmouth, O., four sons, Rev. Condy Burress, Kelley, Lee, James Burress of Lyburn, W. Va. , three sisters, Mrs. Martha Gaylor of Oliver Springs RFD 2, Mrs. Mary Burton and Mrs. Amantha Fritts, Lake City, RFD 1. Funeral services were at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Laurel Branch Baptist church with burial in Circle Cemetery. Martin was in charge. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

BURRIS, Wanda Faye (Foust)-

Wanda Faye (Foust) Burris
Burris, Wanda Faye Foust-age 77 of Lake City, TN, passed away Tuesday, November 5, 2002 at her son's residence in Maryville, TN. She was a member and Sunday school teacher at Clear Branch Baptist Church for many years. Wanda was a graduate of Lake City High School. She had worked at Cato and K-Mart in Clinton, TN. She is preceded in death by her husband Alvin Burris; parents, Hubert Arthur and Martha Lindsay Foust. Survivors include son and
daughter-in-law, Michael and Gayle Burris of Maryville, TN; granddaughter, Angela Hitson & husband David Adkins, of Louisville, TN; great-granddaughter, Abra Coning of Maryville, TN, a sister, Ernestine and husband Alfred Dinkins, of Lake City, TN; several other relatives and friends. Funeral services will be at 3:00 P.M. Thursday, November 7, 2002 at Clear Branch Baptist Church in Lake City with Rev James Lane and Rev Lynn Mowery officiating. The family will receive friends from 2:00 to 3: P.M. Thursday at the church. Interment will be at Leach Cemetery. Holley-Gamble
Funeral Home in Lake City, in charge of arrangements. (Submitted by: Gloria Fay (Harmon) Burris gloriafayburris@comcast.net )
 

 

BUTLER, Sarah (Smith)-

Anderson County News March 7, 1931
Death Of Mrs. Sarah Butler
Mrs. Sarah Butler, age 60, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ader Brown, February 25, at Marlow. She is survived by two sons, H. L. Butler of Chattanooga, Roy Butler of Clinton, Mrs. Ader Brown of Marlow and S.E. Brock of Marlow. Funeral services were conducted at Poplar Creek Baptist church by Revs. Lacey Adkins and H. L. Hutchins. Burial was in the Butler cemetery. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

BYRD, Alonzo "Lonzo"-

Alonzo Lonzo Byrd
Lonzo Byrd, Oliver Springs resident
Lonzo Byrd, 86 years old, of Oliver Springs, passed away Dec. 7, 2005, at Methodist Medical Center of Oak Ridge. Mr. Byrd was preceded in death by his parents, John and Lucenda Byrd; one daughter, Rosa Lee Leinart; three sons, Charles Byrd, and twin sons, Elmer and Delmer Byrd. He is survived by his wife, Lillie Byrd of Mossy Grove; two daughters, Lou Harness and husband MacAuther of Oliver Springs, and Pearl Dison of Oliver Springs; two sisters,
Lola Sexton and Hattie Byrd of Scott County; two brothers, Frank Byrd and Roger Byrd, both of Florida; and by a host of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He will be missed by many friends. Mr. Byrd was a member of Laurel Branch Missionary Baptist Church in Briceville. He enjoyed digging ginseng. His family will receive friends at Oliver Springs Mortuary on Friday, Dec. 9, 2005, from 6 to 7 p.m. The funeral service will be held on Friday, Dec. 9, 2005, at 7 p.m. at Oliver Springs Mortuary with the Rev. David Barkley officiating. Burial will be Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005, at 11
a.m. at Circle Cemetery in Briceville. Oliver Springs Mortuary is in charge of all arrangements. (Submitted by: Gloria Fay (Harmon) Burris gloriafayburris@comcast.net )

 

BYRD, Nora Mae (Burris) Phillips-

Nora Mae (Burris) Phillips Byrd
Byrd, Nora Mae- age 87, of Briceville, passed away Saturday March 18, 2000 at the Methodist Medical Center in Oak Ridge. Mrs. Byrd was a member of the Laurel Branch Baptist Church. Born April 18, 1913 in Briceville to the late John and Lillie Seiber Burris. Preceded in death by one son, John Byrd; two daughters, Violet Lorene Poteet and Rosie Leinart; three brothers, Albert, Alvin, and Conda Burris; two sisters, Elsie Agnes Phillips and Ora Lee Roysden; one grandson, William F. Poteet. Mrs. Byrd will be sadly missed by
all who knew her. Survivors: husband, Lonzo Byrd of Briceville; daughters, Cindy and husband, Mack Harness, Pearl Dison; son in law, James Edward Poteet; brother, Charlie Ben and wife, Gloria Fay Burris; sister in law, Mrs. Wanda Faye Burris; grandchildren, Shirley and husband, Tony White, James Edward Poteet,. Jr. Patricia Faye Poteet, Joe Harness, Jerrie Frizzell, Frances Paterson, Patricia Townsend, Marie Cox, Barbara Crowley, Tammy Leinart, Margaret Leinart, Darrell Leinart; 21 great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be Sunday March 19, 2000 at 8 P.M. in the Chapel of Holley-Gamble Funeral Home Lake City with
the Rev. Lonnie Dison officiating. Graveside service will be Monday at 1 P.M. at the Seiber Flatt Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 6-8 P.M. Sunday night at the funeral home. Holley-Gamble Funeral Home Lake City in charge of arrangements. Seiber Cem: Cemetery Location: From Briceville, take Seiber Mountain Road to
Seiber Flats, Anderson Co, Briceville, TN (Submitted by: Gloria Fay (Harmon) Burris gloriafayburris@comcast.net )
 

 

 

BYRGE, Mollie (Wilson)-
Appalachian Observer June 26,1985
Mollie Byrge
Byrge, Mollie, age 96, of Jacksboro, died Tuesday evening at St. Mary's Hospital, North, Lake City. Member of Red Ash Baptist Church. Survivors: sons, Mart Byrge, Lake City, Boyd Daughetry, Jacksboro, daughters, Mrs. Ellen Gunter, Evelyn Chapman, Jacksboro, Emily Boulden, Ethel Lay, Caryville,
Myrtle Wilson, Briceville, Effie Ward, Lafollette, a host of grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Funeral service was Friday at Red Ash Baptist Church with the Rev. Robert Adkins officiating. Interment Jacksboro Cemetery. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )

 

 

BYRGE, Unavee (Carroll)-
Clinton Courier Feb.13,1986
Mrs. Byrge Dies Of Heart Failure
A native of the New River section, Mrs. Unavee Byrge,45,of Lake City, died of heart failure at 12:35 p.m. Feb.5 at
Methodist Medical Center following surgery. Mrs. Byrge was a member of Grave Hill Baptist Church. Her hobbies were writing poems and reading. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Frank (Tammy) Phillips of Lake City,
Mrs. Mike (Cindy) Sellers of Powell, and Debbie Byrge of Lake City, five sons, Larry Byrge of Salt Lake City, Utah.,
Jimmy Dean Byrge of Briceville Rt.1,Timmy, Jason and Jamey Byrge, all of Lake City, three grandchildren,
mother, Mrs. Cordella Brown of Briceville Rt.1,two sisters, Mrs. Angie Stitt of Fairfax, Va., and Mrs. Bob (Alavene) Templin of Lake City, and two brothers, Don Brown of Halls and Jay Brown of Walland. Funeral services were held Saturday at the Grave Hill Baptist Church with the Revs. Lonnie Dison and Donald Daugherty officiating. Burial was in church cemetery. (donated by Susie Bullock susiebullock@comcast.net )
 
 

 

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