HENDERSON, TN – Lois Wayne CARROLL, 61, retired Command Sgt. Major of the Tennessee National Guard, died Saturday, Sept 26 1992 at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital in Jackson from heart problems that he had suffered from the last several years. He was born Jan 17 1931, the son of C.
Henderson, TN – Annie Kathryn Young Carroll, age 81 passed away December 14, 2011 at the Chester County Healthcare. She was born Dec 12 1929 in McNairy County and grew up in Chester County, the daughter of the late Edgar Dwight and Patie Brooksie Tedford Young. She married Lois Wayne
JACKSON, TN – W. D. Arnold, 81, retired barber, died Saturday, March 16 1991 at Jackson- Madison County General Hospital. Services at Lawrence-Sorenson Funeral Home with burial in New Friendship Cemetery in Chester County. He was born May 16 1909 in Chester County, the son of William C. and Georgia
JACKSON, TN – Mrs. Margie Irene Arnold, 75, died Friday, Jan 18 1991 at Jackson-Madison County General Hospital after a short illness. Services at Lawrence-Sorensen Funeral Home with burial in New Friendship Cemetery in Chester County. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. Marjoria Irene “Margie” Pearce Arnold, born
The Independent has received a card from the Linden Circle Beauty Shop and Training School announcing the graduation of Miss Vera WHITE, which will occur on Saturday, Jan. 11, at 315 Somerville street, Memphis. Miss WHITE is the daughter of Dr. WHITE of this city, and has many friends in Henderson and
Miss Dexter INMAN happened to the misfortune of sticking a nail in her foot and isn’t any better at this writing. (pg. 4) Source: Chester County Independent, January 9, 1930
Title: Died Near Mifflin, Tenn., on the 17th of August, 1871, Mary Susan, daughter of G.W. and S.J. GILLIAM, aged 2 years, 4 months, and 2 days. Deceased was a remarkably sprightly child, dearly beloved by parents and friends. Thus it is often that the brightest flower is doomed first to face,
Researcher Janice Dobbs <email@example.com> is looking for information on James W. and Nancy Dodds that lived in Chester County 1826- maybe 1900. James was a blacksmith. If you have any information that may be of interest, please let her know!
Plain View News Items — A wedding that came as a surprise was that of Miss Ruby SMITH and Mr. Rufus HOOKS. We wish them much success and happiness. Source: Chester County Independent, 16 Jan 1930, pg. 6.
New Friendship News – Mr. and Mrs. Essary WILLIAMS are the proud parents of a fine girl, born Jan. 9. Source: Chester County Independent, 16 Jan 1930, pg. 6.