Hancock County, Tennessee
Daugherty Infant Buried at Pyle's
Funeral services for the infant son of Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Daugherty of Sneedville, Tenn., who died
at the home of its parents Friday, were conducted at Pyle's cemetery of this city yesterday with Rev. J. B. Linkous,
assisted bby Rev. M. Mooney, in charge. Interment followed in Pyle's cemetery.
Rev. Daughtery is pastor of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Sneedville.
The Kingsport Times, 6 Oct 1929 - transcribed by, AJ
Lincoln Green, Former Feudist, Succumbs at 82
Sneedville, Tenn. - Death has silenced the last participant of the publicized Green-Jones
feud of 40 years ago. Lincoln Green, 82-year-old mountain man who shouldered an accurate rifle in the East Tennessee
hills, died Tuesday at the home of a daughter to write the last chapter of the feud. Residents have forgotten the
cause of the long-standing trouble between the Greens and Jones, but it lasted many years with various strife.
Greene's last brush with the law was three years ago, being sentenced to a year in prison upon conviction of shooting
Kingsport News - October 8, 1942
Dr. Henry Trent
Sneedville - Funeral for Dr. Henry Trent, 63 who died Tuesday morning at Howard Henderson hospital,
Knoxville, will be held at 2 p.m. Thurday in the Maris House here. Interment will follow in Tyler cemetery.
Dr. Trent has been actively engaged as a physician in Sneedville for the past 35 years.
He leaves four sons, Lester, Indiana; Hugh and Lawrence, Sneedville, and Albert, U. S. Army; eight daughters, Mrs.
Alice Sweet, Indiana; Mrs. Ulah Johnson, Sneedville; Mrs. Louis Garland and Mrs. Alma Ferguson, both of Maryland;
Mrs. Fern Jarnagin, Virginia, and Misses Nina, Elsie, and Dorothy Jean Trent, Sneedville, and a sister, Mrs. W.
H. Tyler, Sneedville.
The Kingsport Times, 15 Apr 1942 - transcribed by, AJ
Died at her home in Sneedville, Hancock county, Tennessee, December the 29th, 1890, at 8 o’clock a.m.,
Elizabeth Tyler, consort of Henry Tyler, of pneumonia fever.
The deceased was born in Lee county, Virginia, March 28th, 1836 – professed religion when fifteen years old and
attached herself to the Methodist Episcopal Church in the year 1855, in which she lived a most consistent and exemplary
member, contributing thereto, making one of the brightest stars of the church until her death; that a good woman
has gone the poor will know, to whom she was always charitable and kind, and gave much; they will miss her vacant
chair, of which her most esteemed surviving consort and children will feel most sensitively. Had she had an enemy
in the end and it is unknown, and the public will generally sympathize with the bereaved family; but she is gone
and in that rest assigned to the faithful she is resting today.
Memphis Daily Avalanche (8 Jan. 1891) - transcribed by, Marla Zwakman
Mrs. Minnie Vaughn
Mrs. Minnie Myrtle Vaughn, 64, of 1166 Dorothy St., died in Holston Valley Community Hospital at 2:30
p.m. Friday after a lengthy illness.
Born in Hancock County, she had lived in Kingsport 36 years. She was a member of the Frost Baptist Church in Hancock
Surviving are four sons, Willard, Junior, Frank and John Vaughn, all of Kingsport; four daughters, Mrs. Margaret
Jones, Mrs. Juanita Faulk, Mrs. Georgia Lawson andMrs. May Perry, all of Kingsport; four brothers, George Johnson,
Sneedville; Bailey and Amos Johnson, Rogersville, and William Johnson, Buffalo, S.C.; two sisters, Mrs. Kate Cody,
Orleans, Ind., and Mrs. Daisy Buttry, Rogersville; a half-sister, Mrs. Mattie Collins, Sneedville; 20 grandchildren
and two great-grandchildren.
The funeral will be conducted at 3 p.m. Sunday in McKinneys Chapel Baptist Church. Rev. Francis Canty will officiate.
Burial will be in the church cemetery.
The body will be returned to the residence at 10:30 a.m. Saturday from Hamlett-Dobson Funeral Home.
Kingsport News, Sept. 15, 1962 - Submitted by a Friend
of Free Genealogy
Joe Williams, Jr.
Rogersville - Joe Williams, Jr., 15-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams, died at his home at
Sneedville Friday and the funeral was held Saturday at 10 a.m., with burial in the family cemetery.
He is survived by the parents, one sister, Mildred; and one brother, Maynard, all of Sneedville.
The Kingsport Times, 16 Feb 1941 - transcribed by, AJ