Campbell County Death Certificates


Delia Lawson McCullah
Reg. Number:  1; Reg. District: 71
Certificate Number: 28505

Name: Delia Lawson McCullah
Residence: Campbell County, Tennessee
Sex: Female
Race: White
Date of Birth: 14 Apr 1856
Place of Birth: Campbell County, Tennessee
Date of Death: 08 Dec 1939
Place of Death: Campbell County
Age: 83 years, 7 months, 24 days
Marital Status: Widowed
Spouse, if living: (left blank)
Age of Spouse, if living:
If Veteran, Name of War: (left blank)
Social Security Number: (left blank
Occupation: Housewife
Industry or Business: Own home
Father's Full Name: Andrew Lawson
Father's Birthplace: Whitley County, Tennessee
Mother's Full Maiden Name: Elizabeth Rose
Mother's Birthplace: Whitley County, Tennessee
Cause of Death: Accidentally burned.
  • Due to: (left blank)
  • Other conditions: (left blank)
  • Operation?: (left blank)
  • Autopsy?: (left blank)
If death was due to external causes, fill in the following:
  • Accident, Suicide, or Homicide: (left blank)
  • Date of Occurrence:
  • Where did the injury occur: (left blank)
  • Did injury occur in or about home, on farm, in industrial place, in public place?: (left blank)
  • While at work: (left blank)
  • Means of Injury: (left blank)
Informant: W.A. McCullah
Informant Address: Habersham, R #1
Burial, Removal, or Cremation: Melvin Cemetary on Stinking Creek
Date: 09 Dec 1939
Undertaker: Minton Sharp Funeral Parlors
Address: LaFollette, Tennesse
By: T.S.R
Date Filed: 26 Jan 1940
Registrar: (Can't read accurately)
Signature: (Can't read accurately)
Address: Jellico, Tennessee

Submitter's Name: Kelsey Rice
Submitter's Email:
Relationship to the Deceased: Third great-granddaughter

Comments: The lady who mailed me this death certificate noted that the birthplaces for Andrew Lawson and Elizabeth Rose should be Whitley Co., Kentucky rather than Tennessee. My records also say that Delia was the widow of James Franklin McCullah, but that is not listed on the death certificate. The full cause of death listed on the certificate for Delia McCullah was: Accidentally burned. Clothes caught fire in front of grate. Under industry or business, the certificate listed "Own home." The certificate lists Delia McCullah as being buried in the Melvin Cemetary on Stinking Creek.


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