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BERTHAL HAGGARD - 80, passed away on Sept. 3, 2012. He is survived by his wife, Frances Bawcum Haggard; sons Charles, Barry, daughter Portia, Bon Aqua, brother Bobby, sister Rena Owens and 6 grandchildren. Services were Sept. 6, 2012 with Bro LaVaughn Moody officiating. Burial followed in Oak Grove Cemetery.
Lexington Progress Sep. 12, 2012

JANE (BAKER) HAGGARD - Services for Mrs. Jane Baker Haggard, age 63, were held Feb. 2, 2013 at Parsons Mortuary Chapel with Bro. Mike Yarbro officiating. Interment followed in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Haggard passed away Wednesday, January 30 at Decatur County Hospital. Survivors include her husband, Odi Ray Haggard; one son, Andy; one daughter, Shelly Weems, five brothers, Jordan, Oneal, Hugh Earl, Bob and Donnie; four sisters, Glenda Shea, Sherry Keeton, Betty and Darlene Brown and four grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 6 Feb. 2013

CHARLES HALBROOKS - Military services for Charles Willis Halbrooks were conductedMonday at the grave in Lexington Cemetery with G. Tillman Stewart in charge. Mr. Halbrooks, 26, died Sunday (2 Sep 1951) at Kennedy Veterans Hospital in Memphis. He suffered from diabetes. He was a veteran of teh last war. Survivors include his parents, Mr.a nd Mrs. George Halbrooks, two brothers and a sister and his wife. Military services were carried by the National Guard, VFW and American Legion. Pafford Funeral Home in charge.
Lexington Progress Sept.7, 1951

VERA HALBROOKS , 71, was killed instantly Tuesday (21 August 1951) night about six when struck by a car on Highway 22, about three miles north of Lexington. Mrs. Halbrooks atempted to cross the highway in front of the home of John Gibson when she was struck by a car driven by R.M. Halbert, Savannah lawyer who was enroute to a ball game in Huntingdon. Witnesses said the accident was unavoidable. Services were to be conducted Wednesday from Wildersville Baptist Church by the Rev. G.G. Joyner. Burial wa sto be in Sweet Bud Cemetery. Mrs. Halbrooks lived with Mrs. Elam Gibson. The group had just returned from Wildersville in the John Gibson car. Witnesses said Mrs. Halbrooks was cautioned about cars on the highway. They said she watched one car carefully then started across in the path of the vehicle driven by Harbert. Highway patrolmen investigating the accident said late Tuesday night they had not determined if charges were to be filed against the Savannah attorney. Mrs. Halbrooks was pronounced dead upon arrival at Ramer Clinic in a Pafford ambulance which answered the call. She was the widow of the late Joe Halbrooks, who died in 1933 and a son died in 1937. She is survived by a brother, Gar Birdwell of CA; two sisters, Mrs. Cavie Todd of Senath MO and Mrs. Vida Hatch of yuma. Mrs. Halbrooks had lived in Wildersville and Lexington. She was a member of the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. Pafford Funeral Home had charge of the arrangements.
Lexington Progress August 24, 1951 Friday

ALINE (RHODES) HAMILTON - Funeral services for Mrs. Aline Hamilton, age 82, are scheduled for March 30, 2009 in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home. Funeral will follow in Henderson County Memory Gardens. Mrs. Hamilton died early Thursday in Nashville, Tennessee. She was born May 31, 1926 in Lexington, Tennessee to the late late James Edgar and Eulah Bird Fesmire Rhodes. She was a retired business owner of Aledson and Company. Mrs. Hamilton was preceded in death by her husband Mr. Ed Hamilton, her brother, Etheridge Rhodes, and one sister, Edna Milam. Survivors include her two sons, Jim (Judy) Hamilton, of Brentwood, TN., Steve (Sue) Hamilton of Nashville, TN.; one sister Pauline (Paul) Milam, of Nashville, TN.; three grandchildren, Alex, Anthony and Courtney Hamilton, and a special friend and caretaker Sheila Jackson of Nashville, TN.
Lexington Progress 1 April 2009

BRENDA FAY HAMILTON - Services for Brenda Hamilton were Sunday July 12, 2009 in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home. Burial followed in the Antioch Cemetery Near Lexington. Mrs. Hamilton a homemaker died July 9, 2009 in Milton FL. Survivors include her husband John Hamilton of Milton FL; three sons, Donnie Burrow, Jason Bowman and Danny Lee Bowman; three stepdaughters, Annette Crossno, Cindy Johnson and Sherry Johnson all of Lexington her mother Mildred Garner; a brother, Ron Bryant and a sister , Arnlene Goff both of Pace FL and seven grandchildren.
Lexington Progress July 15, 2000

JOHN WAYNE HAMILTON - Services for John Wayne Hamilton were Feb. 18, 2011 at Reeds Chapel with burial in Antioch Cemetery. Mr. Hamilton, age 71, died Monday Feb. 14, 2011 in Milton FL. He is survived by 2 daughters, Cindy Johnson and Sherry Williams both of Lexington; one brother, James R. Hamilton of Decaturville; one sister, Barbara Repogle of Beech Bluff and four grandchildren. He was preceded by his parents Walter Hamilton and Florence Welch Threadgill, one daughters, Annette Crossnoe and one grandchild Chelsea Taylor.
Lexington Progress 23 Feb 2011

MARY (MCGAGUE) HAMILTON , beloved wife of John W. Hamilton, passed away July 17, 1908 at her home five miles northwest of Lexington after being afflicted for 19 months with cancer of the breast. Deceased was in the prime of womanhood, aged 40 years, and previous to the appearance of the cancer had been remarkably healthy. Deceased was a faithful wife, a zealous Christian woman of the Primitive Baptist faith and her death will be mourned by all who knew her. No children blessed her union with Mr. Hamilton, but with that exception, the home life had been a happy one. The husband has long been our good friend and we deeply sympathize with him in the deepest sorrow known to man- the loss of a loved companion.
Lexington Progress July 24, 1908

ROBERT WESLEY HAMILTON - Services for Robert Wesley Hamilton were Wednesday at Independence Church of Christ with the Rev. Nicky Harcrow officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Mr. Hamilton, a production worker for a Nashville automobile plant, died Saturday at a hospital in Mesa, Ariz., after a long illness. He was a Henderson County native, lived many years in Nashville and since his retirement, had lived in Mesa. He was a member of the United Auto Workers. He leaves his wife, Elsie L. Hamilton; six sisters, Dora Gateley of McKenzie, Ottie Fisher, Hassie Hicks, Allie Fullerton, all of Lavinia. Ada Kirk of Cedar Grove and Alzada Peterson of near Jackson; a brother, Hubert Hamilton of Knoxville; and three grandsons.
The Lexington Progress, January 29, 1986

STEVEN JARROD BALLARD HAMILTON - Graveside services for Steven Hamilton, infant, are scheduled for March 25, 2015 at Sand Ridge Cemetery with Bro. Denny Broadway officiating. Steven passed away March 23, 2015 at LeBonheur Children's Hospital. He was born March 11, 2015 in Jackson. He was preceded by a grandmother, Sheryl Ables. Survivors include his parents, Jessica Ballard and Jason hamilton, his twin brother Jacye Matthew Hamilton, grandparents; Johnny and Sherri Broadway, Steven and Shuree Ballard and great grandparents; Larry and Hanna Ballard and Lester Ables.
Lexington Progress 25 Mar 2015

MRS. T. B. HAMILTON - Thursday night of last week, Mrs. T.B. Hamilton, aged about 40 years, died very suddenly at her home 5 1/2 miles northwest of Lexington. Mrs. Hamilton was lying down and her husband was seated with her. Mrs. Hamilton was lying with her face on her hand when her husband told her she should take her hand down for fear she should go to sleep. She seemed to make a struggle or two and in a moment was dead. Mrs. Hamilton had been in poor health for a year or two, but had been up Thursday and just before her death had come in from the supper table. A husband and eight children are left to mourn and excellent wife and mother. Deceased was a member of the Primitive Baptist Church.
The Lexington Progress May 5, 1905

BEULAH E. HAMLETT - Services for Miss Beulah Elizabeth Hamlett were yesterday afternoon at Independence Church of Christ with burial in the church cemetery. Miss Hamlett, who was 73, died Tuesday at her home in Jackson following an extended illness. She was born and had lived much of her life in the Blue Goose community. She was a member of the First Pentecostal Church. She leaves no immediate relatives.
The Lexington Progress, April 9, 1964

ELA (GARDNER) HAMLETT - Services for Mrs. Ela Hamlett were Sunday, August 20, at Pafford Funeral Home with burial in Independence Cemetery. Mrs. Hamlett, who was 93, died Friday, August 18 at Lexington Methodist Hospital. She was a homemaker. She leaves four sons, C. B. Hamlett, Edward Hamlett, both of Lexington, James L. Hamlett of Montgomery, Ala., and Frank Hamlett of Memphis; two daughters, Jo Ann Hamlett of Memphis and Rachel Sego of Lexington; two brothers, Wayne Gardner of Birmingham, Ala., and James T. Gardner of Cedar Grove; two sisters, Gladys Gateley of Cedar Grove and Mae Hamlett of Lexington, 12 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
The Lexington Progress, August 23, 1995

FRANK AARON HAMLETT - Services for Mr. Frank Hamlett were Saturday, May 24 at Reeds Chapel in Lexington. Burial was in Independence Cemetery. Mr. Hamlett, age 70, died Thursday, May 22 at his sister’s home. He was retired from Checks Inc. in Memphis. He was a member of the Broad Street Church of Christ. His is survived by one daughter, Lori Herbert of Birmingham, Ala., one son; Tony Hamlett of Memphis, two sisters, Rachel Sego and Jo Ann Hamlett both of Lexington, two brothers, C. B. Hamlett and Edward Hamlett both of Lexington and two grandchildren.
The Lexington Progress, May 28, 2003

FRANCES OPAL HAMLETT - Funeral services for Frances Opal Hamlett were Tuesday May 6, 2008 at Reeds. Burial in Independence Cem. Mrs. Hamlett, 81, died Sunday (May 4, 2008) She is survived by her husband, Carl Hamlet; one son, Anthony Hamlett of Pontotoc MS; one sister Inez Harris of Pontotoc MS ; two brothers, James Ray of Memphis and Vernell Ray of Phontotoc MS.
Lexington Progress 5/7/2008

MAMIE (DODDS) HAMLETT - Services for Mrs. Hamlett, 81, were conducted Tuesday from Chapel Hill Baptist Church by the Rev. Edwin Deusner. Mrs. Hamlet, a native Henderson Countian died Sunday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. C.E. hart in Nashville. Mrs. Hamlett was a member of the Chapel Hill Baptist Church. Born and reared in this county, she was the daughter of the late James Carroll and Nancy Anderson Dodds. She had lived in Jackson and Nashville for 15 years. Mrs. Hamlett was born April 8, 1870, she was the widow of the late Robert (Fate) Hamlett. Other survivors include another daughter, Mrs. B.C. Johnston of Checotah OK; a son O.L. of Jackson; a brother R.E. Dodds, Greenfield; two sisters Mrs. J.T. Steed of Jackson and Mrs. J.N. Smith of Knoville. Pallbearers wer e John Hart, Elmer Hart, Clyde Garner, Noble Mullins, Lyman Walker and John A. Kennedy. Burial was in Chapel Hill.
Lexington Progress Jun 1 1951

GEORGE WILLIAM HAMM - Services for George William Hamm, farmer of near Sardis were conducted Wednesday afternoon at Duke Cemetery Church near Beacon by Elco Douglas. Mr. Hamm died at his home Tuesday night of Cerebral hemorhage. He was 82 years of age and had been ill several months. Mr. Hamm was a member o the Pentesocstal Church. In addition to his wife, Mrs. Isabel Hamm, he is survived by four sons, Hubert and Willie Hamm of Lexington; Milton Hamm of Sardis and Fleetwood Hamm of Raleigh, TN; a daughter Mrs. Myrtle Melton of Reagan. Burial was in Duke Cemetery, Pafford in charge.
(Lexington Progress 15 Nov. 1950)

RUBLE HAMM - Services for Mr. Ruble Hamm, age 72 were held April 25, 2014 in Pafford Funeral Home with Bro. Jarrod Cagle officiating. Interment followed in Duke Cemetery. Mr. Hamm passed away Thursday at his home in Lexington. He was born May 5, 1941 in Henderson Co. to the late Everette and Ruth Byrd Hamm. He was retired from Henderson County COOP and was an Army Vietnam Veteran. He loved coon hunting. He is survived by his companion of 35 years, Ms. Marie Blankenship.
Lexington Progress 30 Apr 2014

VANNIE (ROGERS) HAMM - Funeral services for Mrs. Vannie Hamm, 97, were held at 11 am Monday October 27, 2008 at Judson Baptist Church near Lexington with Bro. Skippy Rowland officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery, Pafford Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Hamm, died early Saturday October 25, 2008 in Lexington. She was the daughter of the late Mayberry and Deana (Essary) Rogers and the widow of Fleetwood Hamm. Survivors include her daughter, Sue Shannon (Jim) of Jackson; four grandchildren; Suzette Gibson, Vicki Hagood, Lisa Strom (Chris) and Allyson Gibbs (Steve); 7 grandchildren: Chris, Shelly, Shannon, Kim, Hunter, Laurene and Zack: six great great grandchildren; Savannah, Ashton, Micah, Caylee, Cayleb and Every; her sister, Alma Broadway of Jackson and her brother Henry C. Rogers of Milan. Mrs. Hamm was preceded by her husband, her brothers; Grady and Paul Rogers and her sister, Letha Rogers.
Lexington Progress 29 Oct 2008

HELEN FAYE (BRANTLEY) TAYLOR HAMMETT , 62, of Huron passed away Dec. 1, 2011 at her home. She is survived by her husband Terry Hamlett, a daughter, Teresa Lehman, two sons, Frank Taylor Jr. and Dan all of Lexington; a sister Quetta Lipford of Savannah, two brothers, Sam Taylor, and Terry Brantley both of FL. She is also survived by 7 grandchildren. Services were held at Reeds Chapel with Anthony Goodman and Terry Rhodes officiating. Burial followed in Independence Cem.
Lexington Progress

NANCY HIBSCHWEILER , age 67, died Aug. 13 , 2012 at her home in Huron TN. She is survived by her husband John and three children, Christine Hakes, Lee Hibschweiler and Lori Myers, four brothers; Don Lee, Larry Lee, John Le and Paul Lee and seven grandchildren. A private memorial service was held in her honor among the family.
Lexington Progress 22 Aug 2012

MICHAEL L. HAMMETT , died Feb. 4, 2010. He was born Oct. 29, 1954. The famiy chose cremation. He is survived by his parents Leon and Nettie Hammett; one sister, Beth Buchanan of Henderson, his wife, Lisa of Humboldt; his ex-wife and mother of four of his children, Charlotte Hammett of Jacks Creek; three sons, Daniel Hammett, Sweet Lips TN, Mitchell J. Hammett and Michael J. Hammett of Jacks Creek; two daughters Regina Sumlar of Reagan and Christy Tinin of Lexington and 8 grandchildren. He was preceded by one grandchild, Hailey Hammett.
Lexington Progress 10 Feb 2010

MIKE HAMMETT , age 62 of Lexington died Monday July 20, 2009 at his home in Lexington. He was a retired heavy equipment operator and a veteran of the United States Army. He is survived by hiswife Wilma; three daughters, Amy (Paul) Fowler, Jodie 9Michael) Adcock, Jessie (Josh) Hamlett; a sister Patsy Hamlett Williams and six grancchildren; a special niece and nephew Jeff Williams and Brandy Hayes. Funeral Services July 23, 2009 at Reeds Chapel with burial in Chapel Hill Cemetery.
Lexington Progress July 22, 2009

RAN W. HAMMETT - Graveside services for Ran W. Hammett were Oct. 20, 2008 at Lexington Cemetery. Mr. hammett, 74, died Oct. 16, 2008 at St. Francis Hsp. Survivors include his wife, Martha, Memphis TN; one son, Randy Hammett, Memphis; one brother Charles Hammett, Richmond VA and one sister, Martha Keller, Athens GA.
Lexington Progress 22 Oct. 2008

WILLIAM O. HANCKEN - Memorial services for Mr. William O. Hancken age 79, were April 6, 2009 in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Dr. Mike Adams officiating. Mr. Hancken died Friday in Lexington. He was born July 30, 1929 in Birmingham to the late William O. and Elizabeth Brown Trammell Hancken. He was aa retired licensed plumber for 52 years, a lifetime membeer of Local 440-United Associating, a WW II Air Force Veteran and a member of First Baptist Church. He was a member of Sahara Grotto and a Mason since 1954. He was an avid fisherman and a member of Savannah Tennessee Bas Club, fishing was his life. Survivors include his wife of 59 years Joanne Hancken ofLexington; his son William of Lexington; two daughter Cynthia Rule of Newport Beach CA and Deborah Medsker of Franklin IN; one sister, BettyJones of Birmingham AL and seventeen grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 8 April 2009

BERNAL GLENN HANNA - Gravesides for Bernal Glenn Hanna were March 26, 2011 in Sardis Cemetery. Mr. Hanna of Springfield MO, formerly of Sardis TN age 89, died March 12, 2011 at Christian Health Care West. He is survived by two sons, Terry Hanna, Springfield MO and Rick Lee Hanna of Huachuca City AZ and seven grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 23 March 2011

LIZZIE HANNA - Services for Mrs. E.L. (Elvis) Hanna, 72, were conducted Wednesday afternoon from the Sardis Baptist Church by the Rev. Woodward Bartholomew. Mrs. Hanna, a life long resident of Sardis, suffered a heart attack Monday (August 27, 1951) which was the immediate cause of death. She had been an invalid for the past three years. She is survived by her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Vera Bailey of Reagan and Mrs. John H. Williams of Wards Grove; four sons, Knox of Lexington, Aubrey and O.W. of Sardis and E.W. of Excello OH; nine grandchioldren survive. Burial was in Sardis Cem.
Lexington Progress Friday August 31, 1951

CHARLIE BRUCE HARDIN - Services for Charlie Bruce Hardin, age 88, were Feb. 28, 2012 at Noon in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Bro. Gilbert Cubbison and Bro. Tommy Crocker officiating. Interment followed in Interment followed in Lexington Cemetery. Mr. Hardin died Sunday at his home in Lexington. He was born Aug. 8, 1923 in Henderson Co to the late Jasper Leroy and Lela Ada (Boswell) Hardin. He was a WW II Navy Veteran and worked as a farmer/cattleman on the family owned Hardin Brothers Farm. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Jasper Leroy Jr. and Tom Frank; two sisters, Mary Lou Essary and Ada Sue Poniecki.
Lexington Progress 29 Feb 2012

EDDIE HARDIN - Services for Eddie Hardin will be Sept. 20, 2011 at Reeds Chapel with burial following in Ridge Grove Cemetery. Mr. Hardin, age 61 of Scotts Hill, died Saturday September 17, 2011 at his home. He is survived by his wife, Leslie; two daughters, Amy McCollum and Candace Hardin; a son Rodney, a brother Terry and fourteen grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 21 Sep 2011

EULALAR (ALEXANDER) HARDIN - Services for Mrs. Eulalar Hardin, age 88, were May 10, 2011 in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Bro. Jimmy Burroughs officiating. Burial followed in Pine Grove Baptist Church Cemetery. Mrs. Hardin passed away on Sunday in Jackson. She was born December 7, 1922 in Henderson Co to the late Clarence and Viola Page Alexander. She was a homemaker and a member of Pine Grove Baptist. She preceded by her husband Jeff Hardin. Survivors include her son, David Hardin of Wildersville, her daughter, Kay Flowers of Wildersville, her brother, John Gardner of Lexington, two sisters, Delaware Moore of Brownsville and Wanda Ayers of Lexington and four grandchildren
Lexington Progress 11 May 2011

JOSEPHINE (BOSWELL) HARDIN - Services for Mrs. Josephien Boswell Hardin were conducted Thursday from Pafford Funeral Home by the Rev. Edwin Deusner. Mrs. Hardin died Wednesday afternoon at he rhome after an illness of nearly a year. She was aborn in this county, the daughter of the late Sanders and Lutritia Autry Boswell. She was 67, a member of the First Baptist Church. She leaves her husband W.B. Hardin; a daughter Mrs. walter C. Smith, Roanoke VA; two brothers, E.P. Boswell, Beech Bluff, and Charles of Cedar Grove; two sisters, Mrs. W.T. Bush; Law, and Mrs. Jasper Hardin, Lexington. Pallbearers were active - Ray Boswell, Frank, Leroy and Bruce Hardin, Cade Bird, John Gibson, Carl and Clyde Peeler, Honorary were J.E. Sergerson, T.E. Bunch, John Dodd, R.l. Johnson, D.L. Weatherly, James walker and Loyce Davis. Burial was in Lexington cemetery.
Lexington Progress 27 Jun 1952

TOM HARDIN - Services for Tom Hardin were Thursday at Reed’s Chapel with the Rev. Bobby Beecham and Ray Richardson officiating. Burial was in Independence Cemetery. Mr. Hardin, who was 92, died Wednesday at Lexington Methodist Hospital after a long illness. He was a veteran of World War I, and a Pentecostal. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Mildred Fowler Hardin; two sons, Jeff Hardin and Junior Hardin, both of Lexington; two step-daughters, Mrs. Rita Crowe and Mrs. Juanita Ferguson, both of Lexington; a step-son, Billy White of Lexington; a sister, Mrs. Sudie Woods of Lexington; 24 grandchildren and 43 great-grandchildren.
The Lexington Progress, June 21, 1989

TOM FRANK HARDIN - Services for Mr. Tom Hardin, age 90, were Sunday, Feb. 15, 2009 in the chapel of Pafford Fneral Home with Dr. Hoyt Wilson and Bro. Rodney Hardin officiating. Burial followed in Lexington Cemetery. Mr. hardin died Saturday in Lexington. He was born April 15, 1918 in Henderson County to the late Jasper Leroy Hardin Sr. and Lela Ada (Boswell) Hardin. He was a retired farmer, a member of First Baptit Church of Lexington and a WW II US Army Vet., serving in the25th Inf. Div. in the Pacific Theater 1942 - 1945. Mr. Harrdin enjoyed travelign camping, fishing, hunting, photography, and hiking with family and friends. He was preceded in death by one brother, Jasper Leroy Hardin, Jr. and two sisters, Mary Lou Hardin Essary and Sue Hardin Poneicki. Survivors include his wife of 59 years. Mrs. Ruth Bird Hardin of Lexington, his son James Timothy Hardin (Carol Lou) of Lexington, two daughters, Valerie Jean Hardin Kizer(James of Lexington and Janna Rose Hardin Jones (Judson) of Knoxville, one brother, Charlie Bruce Hardin of Lexington, four grandsons, Jared (Lezlie) Kizer, Jordan (Cassie) Kizer, Jesse, and Jentry Jones, and three greatgrandchildren.
Lexington Progress 18 Feb 2009

VELMA LOUISE (SCOTT) HARDIN - Services for Mrs. Velma Louise Hardin were Wednesday at Pafford Funeral Home with the Rev. James L. Smith officiating. Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery. Mrs. Hardin, who was 54, died late Sunday night at Jackson General Hospital after a long illness. She was a Henderson County native, a retired Lexington Metal Products Co. employee and a Baptist. She leaves her husband, Junior Hardin of Wildersville; three sons, Bruce Dale Hardin, Christopher Neal Hardin and Elmer Lee Scott, all of Lexington; three daughters, Patricia Maness, Penny Woods, both of Lexington and Charlotte Grant of Clarksburg; her father, Tom Scott of Lexington; two brothers, Raymond Scott of Oxford, Mich., and Thomas Scott of Lexington; a sister, Elsie Moody of Lexington and 10 grandchildren.
The Lexington Progress, 9-10-1986 – transcribed by, Becky Keen

JOHN THOMAS HARDY - Services for John Thomas Hardy were Monday, January 17, at Pafford Funeral Home with burial in Independence Cemetery. Mr. Hardy, who was 79, died Saturday, January 15, at Lexington Methodist Hospital of heart failure. He was a Shriner and a Mason. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Lynn Eason Hardy of Beech Bluff and a son, Charles Hardy of Nashville.
The Lexington Progress, January 19, 2000

JOE HARE - Funeral services for Mr. Joe K. Hare, age 55, were Sunday January 11, 2009 in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with ro. David Buffaloe officiating. Burial followed in Central Grove Cemetery. Mr. Hare died at his home Friday Jan. 9, 2009 after a long illness. Joe was an exceptional outdoorsman and enjoyed hunting and fishing. He was preceded in death by his mother Virginia Lee Wood Maness in 1969. He leaves to cherish his memory, two sons, Eric Hare and Ryan Hare, his loving father James Elmer Maness and stepmother Virginia Maness, two sisters, Debby Wilkinson (Steve), kathy Thomas (Jerry), a stepsister, Sherry Trabert (Kent), a stepbrother, Kerry Mallard (Kimberly), his ex-wife and mother of his children, Debbie Hare and many nieces and nephews. He also leaves a lifelong friend, he considered as a brother, Steve Jones and two good friends, Rita Forsythe and Beverly Cole.
Lexington Progress 14 January 2009

JOHN BANKS HARE , aged 17 years, 7 months and 29 days, only son of Lem L. Hare and wife died at the family home near Alberton Friday morning about 11 o'clock from the affects of a malady pronounced by three physicians to be cerabrospinal meningitis. His sickness dated from Saturday morning and at the very outset his condition was critical. All the members of the family were summoned to his bedside and three local physicians were in constant attendance. Dr. J.W. McClaran, bacterioloist in the Crook Sanatorium of Jackson, was sent for and pronounced the disease cerebrospinal meningitis. The family and entire community sustained a shock such as has not been experienced in some time when the promising young man breated his last. The third child of his parents, he was born August 8, 1895, and was just budding into young manhood, being at the time of his death a student in the Henderson County High School and the pride, and hope of the fond parents. Possessing a jolly, active courteous, manly disposition, he was respected by his elders and beloved by his schoolmates and young associates. Obedient and thoughtful to his parents and affectionate with his sisters, they loved him with immeasurable affection. To his uncles and other relatives, he was none the less endeared. Although never having attached himself to a church, he left sufficient evidence to his devoted mother and those who knew him best of thorough preparation for death and from this fact is drawn abiding comfort and the precious assurance that though he cannot come back to them, they can go to him in that Heavenly land where parting is not known. Funeral services were conducted Saturday afternoon in the Hare Graveyard near C.T. Robert's residence by Rev. Fleetwood Ball. On account of a strict quarantine placed upon the family by Dr. R.H. Davidson, County Physician only those were present at the burial who were with the lad at death, except the officiating minister.
Lexington Republican April 18, 1913

PHYLLIS HARRINGTON was born Sept. 24, 1951 and passed away April 18, 2008. She left two brothers, Kent Korell, Johnny Korell and two sisters, Kay Borders, Lorry Bevelot, friends, stepfather Charles Buck. She workd for Leroy Somer.
Lexington Progress April 30, 2008

THEODORE B. HARRINGTON (Jr), 75, formerly of Montgomery, died January 7, 2009 at Rush-Copley Med. Ctr. He was born Dec. 16, 1933 in Hammond IN son of the late Winifred and Theodore B. Harrington Sr. Ted retired after 40 years of service for the Burlington Northern RR. SUrvivors include his children, Sheila (Joe) Hunley, Douglas (Evgeniya) Harrington and Katherine (Russell) Walsh; grandchildren, Jennifer and Katherine Hunley, Nataliya Hramakova, Justin, Gus and Emily Walsh; a sister, Ruth Bright. Services were Monday Jan. 12, 2009 at the Healy Chapel 332 W. Downer Place, Aurora. Interment at River Hills Memorial Park. A memorial service will be held at the Lexington Church of God Sunday Jan. 18 at 5p.m.
Lexington Progress 14 Jan. 2009

BETTY (MILLER) HARRIS - Services for Ms. Harris were June 27, 2011 at Reeds Chapel with burial followin gin Jones Cemetery. Betty Harris, age 53, died Saturday June 26, 2011 in Lexington. She is survived by three sons, Carey Morris Harris ofJackson; Chadwick Harris of Lexington and Richie Lynn Harris of Lexington; seven sisters, Gracie Lynn Bullock of Beech Bluff, Ruth Twisdale of Mason, Diane Young of Blue Goose, Judy Elder of Toones, Donna Salmon of Brighton, Connie Miller of Kenton and Alice McDaniel of Mason; four brothers, Gerald Wayne Miller of Sweetwater, William Miller Jr. of Munford, Tommy Miller of Mason, and Jimmy Miller of Mason; and three grandchildren. She was preceded by her parents; William Richard Miller and Hallie Mae Maness Miller.
Lexington Progress June 29, 2011

DOROTHY L. HARRIS - Services for Dorothy L. Harris, age 78, will be March 14, 2012 at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church with Rev. Ivey Jamison officiating. Mrs. Harris died March 9, 2012 at the Henderson County Hospital. Survivors are: son, Ollie Parker ofLexington, a daughter Lina P. Watts of Forest Park GA and seven grandchildren.
Lexington Progress March 14, 2012

ELLEN BUCKLEY HARRIS , age 80, of Luray died in the home of her daughter, Mrs. R.B. Dodds Feb. 6, 1943. Mrs. Harris was married in 1880 to J.S. Buckley and to this union were born seven children; Ray and Tom, Mrs. Lizzie Dodds and Mrs. Lucille Priddy of Luray; Mrs. Mary White of Jackson; Will Buckley of Spring Creek and Jesse who is deceased. Mrs. Harris was later married to H.D. Harris who preceded her to the grave by only four days. She was a member of the Methodist Church and Rev. D.W. Anderson conducted the funeral of Luray Methodist Church followed by interment in the Buckley family cemetery.
Lexington Progress 12 Feb 1943

JERRY DARRELL HARRIS - Services for Mr. Jerry Darrell Harris, age 55, are scheduled for 2 pm Wed. March 27, 2013 at Pafford Funeral Home with Bro. Paul Deal officiating. Interment will follow in Henderson County Memory Gardens. Mr. Harris died Monday in Jackson. He was born Aug. 31, 1957 in Jackson. Mr. Harris was preceded by his father M.A. harris. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Colleen Clifford Harris; his son, Dylan Harris; a brother Morris Harris; and three sisters, Glenda Craig, Patricia McBride and Alese Arnold.
Lexington Progress 27 Mar 2013

MARY HARRIS - Died in Mifflin on August 11, 1873, Mrs. Mary Harris wife of I.D. Harris, aged about 42 years.
Whig and Tribune October 4, 1873

ROBBIE J. (SULLIVAN) HARRIS -She did'nt pride herself on class or style, but on God, truth and the gracious love of family and friends. Robbie Jean (Bobbie) Sullivan) Harris died Dec. 21, 2011 in Lexington. She was 82. Born in Depression-era Lexington on July 13, 1929, Mrs. Harris recalled early lessons of faith in honest labor and service to her community. She learned from her uncles, longtime doctors, Pete and Hubert Conger, later attending Stephens College and earning her B.S.N. in Vanderbilt University's inaugural nursing class in 1952. She married her sweetheart at First Baptist Church in Lexington the very next day. More than 50 years later, including travel, Sunday School classes she adored and a long career with the Tennessee State Department of Health, she was surrounded by photographs and mementos of a life well lived. Fullof joy, she grinned often, declaring, "I hope we made a memory". Mrs. Harris was preceded by her husband James Willilam Harris Jr. and her parents Connie C. and Bernice Inex Conger Sullivan.. Survivors include her sons James William III and Ed (Ginger) Harris; a sister, Connie Lou Holmes; a brother John Hugh Sullivan and a grandaughter Megan Elizabeth Harris.
Lexington Progress 28 Dec 2011

WILLIAM LEW HARRIS , 87, were conducted Saturday afternoon from Mt. Gilead Baptist Church by the Rev. Elmo Blakney. Mr. Harris, a life long resident of Henderson County, died at his home near McKee's Store Friday night following a stroke. He had suffered another stroke earlier. He was the son of the late G. H. and Caroline Harris. He was preceded by three sisters, Misses Sally and Milly Harris and Mrs. J.W. Page; and a brother, Jake Harris. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ruth Oakley Harris. Burial was in Pleasant Hill Cemetery with Pafford in charge.
(Lexington Progress Jan 5, 1951)

WILLIE (DEERE) HARRIS - Services for Mrs. Willie Harris were Friday at the Rock Hill Baptist Church with Dr. E. E. Deusner officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery with Reed’s Chapel in charge. Mrs. Harris, 73, died Wednesday at Decatur County Hospital after a long illness. She was the widow of Hugh Harris. She leaves a brother, E. D. Deere of Lexington.
The Lexington Progress, December 27, 1972

ROBERT OLIVER HAVENER - Services for Robert Oliver Havener were Saturday afternoon at Reed’s Chapel with the Rev. J. W. Dennison officiating. Burial was in Old Bethel Cemetery. Mr. Havener, who was 89, died Friday at Armour Nursing Home in Jackson. He was born in Henderson County but had lived in Jackson several years where he was a retired railroad employee. He leaves a son, William Havener of Lexington and four daughters, Mrs. Lucian Copeland of Lexington, Mrs. Ed Seeley, Mrs. Troy Stone, both of Jackson and Mrs. Floyd Thompson of Milan.
The Lexington Progress, July 11, 1968

HARLAN GRAY HAWKES - Services for Harlan Gray Hawkes of Lexington Tenn., father of Noel Hawkes of Germantown, will be at 2 p.m. today at First Baptist Church in Lexington with burial in Lexington cemetery. Mr. Hawkes, a merchant, died yesterday in Lexington-Henderson County Hospital. He was 62.
Commercial Appeal 22 Jan 1969

JOHNNY LEE HAWKES - Funeral services for Johnny Lee Hawkes will be Wednesday September 22, 2010 at 2 pm at Reeds Chapel with burial in Lexington Cemetery. Visitation will be Wednesday 9 am until the service. Mr. Hawkes age 79, of Lexington died on September 20, 2010 at Heritage Place in Lexington. He was a retired business owner and a member of the Broad Street Church of Christ. He is survived by a daughter Janet (Jamie) Simonton of Parkers Crossroads; a grandaugher Sarah Simonton; and nieces and nephews. He was preceded by his wife Louelle Hawkes, his parents Harlan and Lessie Hawkes and a brother Noel Hawkes.
Lexington Progress 22 Sep 2010

LESSIE MAE (AUTRY) HAWKES - 94, homemaker, died of heart failure Friday at the Lexington Manor Nursing Home. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at Pafford Funeral Home with burial in Lexington City Cemetery. Mrs. Hawkes, the widow of Harlan G. Hawkes, leaves a son, Johnny Hawkes of Lexington; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Commercial Appeal 26 November 2000

LIZZIE MAE (WOODS) HAWKES - Services for Mrs. Lizzie Mae Woods Hawkes were Friday, January 1 at Bible Grove Baptist Church. Burial was in the church cemetery with Reed's Chapel in charge. Mrs. Hawkes, who was 84, died Thursday, December 31 at Lexington Manor. She was a homemaker. She was the widow of Otto Hawkes. She leaves several nieces and nephews.
The Lexington Progress, January 6, 1999

LEONARD LYNN HELM - Services for Leonard Lynn Helm will be today [Wednesday] at 1 p.m. at Reed's Chapel with the Rev. Roger Fowler officiating. Burial will be in Bible Grove Cemetery. Mr. Helm, who was 44, died Monday afternoon at Lexington Methodist Hospital. He was a Baptist.
The Lexington Progress, March 23, 1988

GORDON DALE HELMS , age 67, passed away Nov. 21, 2012 in Scotts Hill. He is survived by one daughter, Marsha Page of Scotts Hill; one brother, Larry Rushing of Nashville, two sisters, rachel Hays of Lexington and Joy Sexton of Jasper TX and two grandchildren. He was preceded by his parents, Gordon Helms and Opal rushing, his wife Joyce Helms and one brother, Dean halms. Services were held Nov. 24, 2012 at Reeds Chapel. Burial followed in Corinth Cemetery.
Lexington Progress 28 Nov 2012

RAY L.HELMS , Services for Ray Helms, 59, will be Dec. 15, 2012 at St. Paul Baptist Church in Lexington TN. The remains will lie in state at the church from 9 until time of the service and family hour will be 11:30 to 12:30. Mr. helms departed this life on Saturday Dec. 15, 2012.
Lexington Progress 28 Nov.2012

MARTHA (STUFFLEFIELD) HELMS , was born in 1843 in Giles County, Middle Tennessee and moved to Henderson County in 1846. Deceased died February 19, 1918, aged 74years, 4 months and 4 days. She was married to Monroe Milam before the Civil War. She joined the Methodist Church in 1867 in Ebenezer. After the war was over she married Augusta Helms in the year 1867 and there were four sons born to this union; one son, John Helms, is dead and the other three boys are still living in Henderson County. She said, "When I am gone, I will be at rest". We wish her friends and her children and relatives a good happy life while on the earth and a happy home in heaven, where she said she was going when life was over.
Lexington Progress March 1, 1918

ARTHUR LEE HEMBY , age 91, of Lexington died Sunday Jan. 9, 2011 at his home. He was a veteran of the United States Marines and was retired from the PRWDA. He is survived by his wife of 65 years Lillian Hemby, a son Arthur Lee Hemby Jr. of Lexington, 2 sisers Cara Fuller and Eva Gardner of Lexington, 4 grandchildren and 9 gg Grandchildren. Services will be Jan.13, 2011 at Reeds Chapel with burial to follow in Memory Gardens.
Lexington Progress 12 Jan 2011

FRANCES HEMBY - Funeral services for Mrs. Frances Hemby, age 91, were held Thursday, June 20, 2002, in the chapel at Pafford Funeral Home of Lexington. Interment followed at Lexington Cemetery. Mrs. Hemby was the widow of George Hemby, and a former school teacher and nurse. She died Tuesday, June 18, 2002, at Lexington Methodist Hospital. She was a member of the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church of Lexington, a member of Delta Kappa Gamma and a member of the Sunset Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. She is survived by two daughters, Sue Ellen Vial of Rogersville, AL, and Debbie Hemby of Lexington; and two granddaughters, Sarah McCallum of Boulder, CO, and Elizabeth Strong of Brooklyn, NY.
The Decatur County Chronicle, June 20, 2002

BERNICE HENSLEY - Funeral services for Bernice Hensley, age 63, are scheduled for 2 pm June 6, 2012 at ROck Hill Baptist Church with Bro. Lynn Walker and Bro. Donald Bain officiating. Interment will follow in Oak Grove Baptist Cemetery. Pafford Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Miss Hensley passed away Sunday in Jackson. She was born June 20, 1948 in Henderson Co to the late Revio and Stella (Middleton) Hensley. She was a retired RN and a member of Rock Hill Baptist Church, where she was very involved in Missions work, taught Sunday School, and sang in the choir. Missions work was her passion and she was involved in the Nursing Home Ministry at Lexington Manor and was working on feeding the hungry. She was preceded in death by one sister, Rita Moylan. Survivors include her two brothers, Lester and Randel both of Lexington, two sister Jeanice Scott and Wanda Leebrick.
Lexington Progress 6 June 2012

FRANCES (HALBROOKS) HENSLEY - Services for Mrs. Francis Hensley, age 70, were Saturday, Feb. 12, 2011 in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Bro. Bobby Beecham officiating. Burial in Oak Grove Baptist Cemetery. Mrs. Hensley passed away late Wednesday in Lexington. She was born June 20, 1940 in Henderson County to the late George and Georgie (Jowers) Hallbrooks. She was a retired assembly worker for Swan Hose. She was preceded in death by her husband, Mr. Wayne Hensley, three brothers, Joe, Jessie and Charles Halbrooks, and two sisters Catherine Hearn and Louise Warner. She is survived by one son, Tim Hensley (Leslie) of Lexington; one brother, Billy Halbrooks of Lexington, three nieces and one nephew.
Lexington Progress 16 Feb 2011

STEPHEN JOSHUA HENSLEY - Funeral services for Stephen Joshua Hensley will be Thursday September 4, 2008 at 1 p.m. at First Pentecostal CHurch. Burial will follow in Lexington Cemetery. Mr. Hensley age 19, died Monday September 1, 2008 at Henderson County Hospital. He is survived by his parents Steve and Beverly Hensley of Lexington, his fiance Charlotte Crabb, one sister ANgelika Hensley and his grandmother Jewell Maness.
Lexington Progress 3 September 2008

LINDA G. HERDA - Age 57, died Jun 27, 2016 at Somerfield Health Center at the Heritae in Brentwood TN after a long struggle with ovarian cancer. She was born in Lexington to Fred Lee and Marjorie (Keeton) Fiddler. Linda graduated as valedictorian from Lexington High School in 1976. She attended the University of TN at Martin and the University of TN for Health Sciences in Memphis graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing in 1980 She worked at Methodist Hospital in Memphis, Milan Hospital and Humana PalmBeach in Florida, during the 1980's. More recently she worked as a nurse and X-ray technologist at Centra Care Med. Centers and TN Urgent Care Assoc. in the Nashville area. Lindais survived by her husband of 33 years, Dr. George Herda, son, Dr. Andrew (Courtney) Herda; grandson and grandaughter, parents Fred and Marjorie Fiddler, sister Sherry Fiddler. Memorial Service will be July 23, 2016 at Reed's Chapel.
Lexington progress 7/20/2016

WILLIE (BARBER) HICKERSON - Services for Mrs. Hickerson, age 80, were Friday, Dec. 19, 2008 in the chapel of Pafford Fuenral Home with Charles Tomason and Rev. Bobby Beecham officiating. Burial followed in Henderson County Memory Gardens. Mrs. hickerson died Tuesday in Lexington. She was born July 5, 1928 in Wayne County to the late Cecil and Earline Sanders Barber. She was a homemaker and a member ofSardis Church of Christ. She was preceded by her husband Arthur Y. Hickerson adn her stepson, Arthur Ray Hickerson. Survivors include her son, John Hickerson (Barbie) of Parsons, her daughters, Shirley Sanderson (Jimmy) of Sardis, her brother, Leonard Barber of Hohenwald, seven grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 24 Dec 2008

CLARENDA E. HICKS - Mrs. J.D. Hicks of the old Second District near Crucifer was carried to Nashville four weeks ago yesterday to be operated upon in the St. Thomas Hospital for internal cancer. The operation was performed and Mrs. Hicks lived until last Saturday when her death occurred in the hospital. Her remains were brought home last Saturday night and the funeral conducted by Rev. L.M. Matheny, occurred Sunday at Union Grove. The family moved here from Kentucky about three years ago. Mrs. Hicks is survived by her husband and sebveral children, some of the children being married.
Lexingtn Progress July 14, 1916

JEREMY HICKSON - Services for Jeremy Hickson were Saturday at Parsons Mortuary Chapel. Burial followed in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Mr. Hickson age 28, died November 10, 2010 at Decatur County Hospital. He was preceded by grandparents, his mother, Brenda Tubbs Hickson; Nellie Jane Tubbs and Walter Doyle Hickson Sr; one brother, Michael Cory Hickson.
Lexington Progress 17 Nov 2010

EDITH (ANDERSON) HILL - Services for Mrs. Edith Lucille Hill were Tuesday at Reed's Chapel with Barney Lee Holland officiating. Burial was in Independence Cem. Mrs. Hill, who was 63, died Monday morning at Decatur County General after a long illness. She was a native of Lexington and had lived in Springville community on Kentucky Lake the last severalyears. She leaves her husband Burnis Hill; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Maxie Pasley of Memphis; two sisters, Mrs. Bennie Lou Montgomery of Huntingdon and Mrs. Dorothy Laverne ___ of Memphis and four brothers Dewey H. Anderson, William Leonard ANderson, both of Memphis, George L. Anderson of Lexington and A.G. Anderson of Scotts Hill.
Lexington Progress March 10, 1982

BILLIE MELYNDA HILL - age 45 of Nashville, passed away Feb. 26, 2016. She was a homemaker and a former dental assistant. She is survived by two children, Kristen Holly and MKyra Matin, her mother, Moetta Woods Byrd; three sisters, Debra Mattin and Shawna Melton and Pamela Melton and a brother Billy D. Melton of Lexington. She was preceded by her father, Billy Hill.
Lexington Progress 3/2/16\

JEWELL MAE (CAREY) HILL - Services for Mrs. Jewell Mae Carey Hill age 75, are scheduled for 11 am Wednesday June 9, 2010 in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Darden Cem. Mrs. Hill died Sunday in Lexington. She was a retired employeeof Stewarts Drug Store. Survivors include her daughter Kim Sandifer of Hendersonville; a brother Mickey Carey of Perryville, a sister Regina Carey of Lexington and two grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 9 Jun 2010

MRS. JOHN HILL - 73, died this (Thursday) morning (26 January 1951) in her sleep at her home in Huntingdon Street. At press time funeral arrangements were incomplete but services will probably be held Friday. The body is at Pafford. Mrs. Hill had been ill for the past two months. Death was attributed to cerebral hemorrhage. She had been a member of the First Baptist Church for the past 30 years. She is survived by her husband, John Hill; two daughters, Mrs. C.R. Belew, Lexington and Mrs. Ruth Boggan, Jackson; a son, Billy in Lexington; four grandchildren.
(Lexington Progress Jan 26, 1951)

MARCUS LEE HILL - 33, of Scotts Hill, passed away April 21 at Henderson C. Community Hsp. He is survived by two daughters, Alyssa Hill and Riley Crews; his mother, Connie Gephardt; a brother, John Hill; two grandmothers, Airneta Ragland and Anna J. Hill. He was predeceased by his father James Hill. Graveside services were held at Corinth Cemetery April 28, 2014 with Bro. Don Franks officiating.
Lexington Progress May 1, 2013

JAMES RICHARD HINES - Funeral services for James Hines were Monday April 7, 2008 at St. Paul MB CHurch Lexington. Burial followed in Lexington Cemetery. Mr. Hines, formerly from Lexington, passed away Wednesday April 2, 2008. He was preceded in death by sisters, margaret Hoover Chicago IL, Lue Berdia Morgan, Ripley TN; one brother, Willard E. Vaulix, Nashville TN. He is survived by his wife,Mrs. Willie B. Hines, three children, Joseph Pierre Hines, Antioch TN, Nathaniel Flake, Nashville TN and Olivia Flakes Nashville Tn; two sisters Linda Harmon, Lexington, Eva Hines, Nashville, five grandchildren. Terrell Broady Funeral Home in charge.
Lexington Progress 9 April 2008

BRENDA GAYLE HINSON - Age 54, of Lexington died Aug. 29, 2012 in Jackson. She is survived by a daughter, Natasha Bomer, a son, Brandon Hinson, her mother, Alma Renfroe, a sister Patricia Terrell, a brother Tim Renfroe and 6 grandchildren.] She was preceded by her father, Covie Renfore and a step sister Mary Randolph. Services were Sep. 1, 2012 at Juno CHurch of Christ, burial followed in the church cemetery.
Lexington Progress 5 Sep 2012

CLARA (FLANAGAN) HINSON - Funeral services for Clara Flanagan Hinson, 89, were Sunday Sept. 7, 2008 at Reeds Chapel with Bro. Marty Comer officiating. Burial followed in the Independence Cemetery. Mrs. Hinson died Friday in Jackson. She was born April 4, 1919 in Henderson County, the daughter of the late Ben and Bessie Flanagan. She attended school in the Juno Community and was a member of the Juno Church of Christ. She was preceded by her husband Fray Hinson, a brother James Flanagan and a sister Mary Crownover. She is survived by a son Farrell (Faye) Hinson; grandchildren Pam Powers, Greg (Dana) Hinson; great grandchildren Stephanie (Derrick) Denbos, Stephen Powers and his fiance Mary Ann Cloyd, Colton and Cassidy Hinson; a great-great-grandaughter, Jayden Denbo; and a sist Clyda (Eutra) Russell.
Lexington Progress 10 Sep 2008

LARRY BRANDON HINSON , 30, died Dec. 15, 2012 in Memphis. He is survived by his wife, Birdie Woods Hinson, his father Larry Hinson, three sons, Cordell, Covie and Kaden Hinson; one sister Tasha Hinson and his grandmother Alma Renfroe. Services will be Dec. 19 at Reeds Chapel, burial follows in Juno Church of Christ.
Lexington Progress 19 Dec 2012

LORRAINE (AUSTIN) HINSON - Funeral services for Lorraine Austin Hinson were held Thursday, January 26 at First United Methodist Church in Lexington. Burial followed in Lexington Cemetery. Mrs. Hinson, age 93, died late Tuesday in Lexington. She was preceded in death by her husband, John William Hinson. She is survived by her son. Dr. Wayne A. Hinson of Lexington; a daughter, Kay Henderson of Lexington; 6 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
The Lexington Progress, 2-1-2006 – transcribed by, Becky Keen

MAX RAY HINSON - Services for Max Ray Hinson were Friday March 26, 2010 at Nebo Methodist Church with burial in the church cemetery. Mr. Hinson age 69, of Pinson, died Wednesday March 24, 2010 at 12:55 a.m. at his home after a short illness. He was born May 9, 1940 in Henderson County to the late Donald and Dorothy Escue. He attended school in Henderson County and worked for Whalley Construction as a young man. He later went into trucking from which he retired in 2002. He was an active volunteer firefighter with the Madison County Fire Dept. Sation 13. He is survived by his beloved companion of 20 years, Beatrice Vandiver; two sons, Tim Hinson and Bruce ofJackson; a daughter, Janice (Keith) Roe of Jackson; two brothers Tommy (Mary Jane) Escue of Jackson and Daniel Shelia) Escue of Lexington; three sisters Ioma (Mike) Mooney and Sue Lindsey and Clara Diffee of Finger. He was preceded in death by his paents and two infant sons. Pallbearers were Frankie Bray, Dell Fulton, David Benefield, Eric Turner, Lamar Childress, Kimmy JOrdan and David Thompson. Honorary pallbearers were Jr. Maness , Jerry Savage, Johnny Jones, Bobby Gree, Kelly Holmes and J.C. Faulkner.
Lexington Progress 31 Mar 2010

NANCY (DOUGLASS) HINSON - age 80, died Aug. 7, 2016 at Vanderbilt Hospital, following a brief illness, with all her family by her side. She was preceded by her husband, Dr. Wayne Hinson and her parents, Ben and Dorothy Douglass. Survivors include three sons, David, Steve, and Jack Hinson; four grandchildren; two brothers, Ben and Howard Douglass and many other relatives. She was a life long resident of Lexington and married her high school sweetheart. She was a homemaker except for a brief time when she taught 6th grade at Lexington City School. Nancy loved to travel and accompanied her son David on many trips when he worked for Pan American. Wayne and she also loved to take road trips throughout the US. Her life was devoted to God, her church and her family. She was an active member of First United Methodist where she was a member of the Deborah Sunday School Class and the UMW. She served on numerous committees and most recently was involved as a volunteer at the Friendship Club, which provides fun and fellowship for people with special needs. She was an avid cook and well known for her chocolate chip cookies. She loved flowers and gardening. Services were Aug. 10 at the church, handled by Reeds Chapel.

ROBERT LEE HINSON - Services for Robert Hinson, 74, schedled for March 25, 2016 at Union Hill Baptist Church. Interment will follow in Union Hill Cem. Pafford Funeral Home of Lexington is in charge. Mr. Hinson passed away Mon. in Jackson. He was born Sep. 22, 1941 in Hohenwald to the late Walter Hinson and Flora Mae Heinz Potts. He worked at Colonial Bread for 18 years before moving to Lexington where he was a business owner, formerly the Sonic and Pizza Inn in Lexington and enjoyed riding motorcycles, attending horse shows and spending time with family. Survivors include his wife, Doria Ann Dunn, four daughters, Jovette Ayers, Cindy Carroll, Robin White and tracy Wright and 11 grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 23 Mar 2016

JOY ARNOLD HIX , age 87, of Nashville TN died on Saturday Dec. 24, 2011. She was born in Lexington to the late William Ernest Arnold and Clem Arnold. She is also preceded by her husband Wm. N. Hix; a son, William Donald Hix; sister, Lou Ellen Fox; brothers, Joe Allen Arnold and Wm. E. Arnold. She is survived by her daughter Dianne Johnson; son David L. Hix; four grandchildren. Joy was founding member of Riverwood Church of Christ in Nashville. Services were held on Dec. 27, 2012 in the Chapel of Spring Hill Funeral Home in Nashville. Interment followed the services in Historic Spring Hill Cem.
Lexington Progress 11 Jan 2012

DENNIS LYNN HODGE , age 58, passed away on Friday, October 18, 2013 in Jackson. He is survived by 1 son, Michael Hodge (Kay) of Wood Dale, ILL.; 3 brothers, Roger Hodge of Chicago, Barry Hodge of Chicago, and Jerry Hodge (Co) of Romeoville, ILL.; 2 sisters, Anita Romano (Joe) of Park Ridge, ILL. and Pat Hanes of Chicago; and a special friend, Suzanne Dill. He was preceded in death by his parents, Dennis and Katie Hodge. Funeral services will be on Sunday, October 20 at 12PM at Reed's Chapel in Lexington with burial to follow in Farmville Cemetery. Visitation will be on Saturday from 1PM till service.
Lexington Progress 23 Oct 2013

VESTA MAE (TEAGUE) HODGIN , age 92, passed away on Wednesday, June 20, 2012 in Lexington, TN.She was born in Henderson Co, TN, to the late Charlie Teague and Mamie Hudson Teague. Mrs. Hodgin was preceded in death by her husband, Leon Hodgin; brothers, Ernest, Roy, Floyd, Ray, Fester and Fay Teague; and sisters, Quinnie Brasher, Sally Wright and Elsie Teague; and a nephew, Neal Wright. Survivors include her sister, Mattie Wright; nieces, Wanda Harrington, Shelia Richardson, Shirley Powers, Glenda Powers, Earnestine Hays, Willie Mae Carter, Linda Bolinger and Jean Teague; nephews, Roger Teague, Charles Teague and Raymond Teague; and numerous great and great-great nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Friday, June 22, 2012 at 2 p.m. at Union Hill Baptist Church with Bro. Rufus Chandler, Bro. Derrick Jowers and Bro. John D. Small officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
Lexington Progress June 27, 2012

CARRA NELL (MARTIN) HOLLAND - Funeral services for Ms. Carra Nell Holland, age 91, are scheduled for 11 am Monday, September 30, 2013 at the First United Methodist Church in Sardis with Sister Irene Chandler officiating, burial will follow in the Sardis Cemetery. Ms. Holland passed away Saturday at her home. She was born in Milledgeville, Tn. to the late Charles and Martha Short Martin. She was a member of the Sardis First United Methodist Church. She was preceded in death by husband-William F. "Tommy" Holland,one son Stephen Holland and seven brothers. Survivors include -one son Richard Holland (Georgette), two grandchildren-Brad Holland, and Cristy Pettay (Patrick), and two great grandchildren-Gage Holland and Cooper Pettay.
Lexington Progress 2 Oct 2013

JAMES EARIN HOLLAND - Services for James Holland were Friday Jan. 22, 2010 at Scotts Hill Baptist CHurch with Bro. Brad Patterson and Bro. Tommy Crocker officiating. Burial followed at Cedar Grove Cemetery near Scotts Hill. MR. Holland age 97, of Scotts Hill died Monday Jan. 18, 2010 at Decatur Co. Hsp. Mr. Holland was born near Sardis the son of the late James Oliver and Cynthia (Scott) Holland. He was a retired farmer, a former Scotts Hill Mayor and a charter member of Scotts Hill Baptist Church where he served as a Deacon. He is survived by two sons, Gerald (Deborah) Holland of Scotts Hill; Kenneth (Betty) Holland of Knoxville; a sister Lorene Lumpkin of Franklin TN and four grandsons. He was preceded by his wife Rubye.
Lexington Progress 27 Jan 2010

RUBY (MEDLIN) HOLLAND , 90, of Scotts Hill, passed away Tuesday, July 25, 2006 at Decatur County General Hospital. Mrs. Holland was the daughter of the late James Logan Medlin and Izella Bailey Medlin. She was a charter member of Scotts Hill Baptist Church and a retired postal service employee. Survivors include her husband, James E. Holland, sons, Gerald Holland and wife, Deborah of Scotts Hill; Kenneth Holland and wife, Betty of Knoxville. She is also survived by four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Scotts Hill Baptist Church on Friday, July 28, 2006, with Bro. Tommy Crocker officiating. Burial followed in Cedar Grove Cemetery in Scotts Hill.
The Decatur County Chronicle, August 2, 2006:

ALENE (McINTYRE)HOLMES - Funeral services for Mrs. Alene McIntyre Holmes will be at 10 AM, Saturday, August 4, in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home, Lexington, TN. Burial will follow at Independence Cemetery. Mrs. Holmes was born March 31, 1922 in McNairy County to the late W. O. and Bessie Brock McIntyre. She was a member of Shady Grove United Methodist Church, and a retired employee of Milan Arsenal. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Hercy Lee Holmes, two sisters, and six brothers. She is survived by one son, Rev. Hercy Wayne (Lisa) Holmes; four grandchildren, Hercy Wayne Holmes, Jr., Cindy (Chris) Coffman, Becky Claybrook, Brooke Foley; seven great grandchildren, Kenneth Holmes, Lindsey Holmes, Fisher Holmes, Danal Wood, Jackson Coffman, C. J. Claybrook, and Summer Foley.
Lexington Progress 8 Aug 2012

ARBAZINE (WOOD) HOLMES - Services for Mrs. Arbazine Holmes were Tuesday, September 15 at Mazies Chapel Baptist Church. Burial was in the church cemetery with Pafford Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Holmes, who was 69, died September 14 at her home. She was a former employee of Griggs Big Star. She leaves her husband, John E. Holmes of Lexington; six daughters, Brenda Maness, Beverly Gean, Tina Rich, Lisa Wilson, all of Lexington, Sandra Middleton of Yuma and Kay Meadows of Wildersville; two brothers, Leo Wood, Glennon Wood, both of Lexington; a sister, Kathleen Dickson of Darden, 17 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
The Lexington Progress, September 16, 1998

BEULAH ADELINE (TIGNOR) HOLMES , age 96, of Middlefork died Sunday January 9, 2011 at the Chester Co Nursing Homein Henderson. She was retired from Salant and Salant and teh Henderson Co. Hospital and was a member of the Mifflin Baptist Church. She is survived by a daughter Bertie Jean Maness of Lexington, 2 sons Bobby Neal Holmes of Memphis and Donald Ray Holmes of Lexington, a sister Eliza Harris of Beech Bluff, a brother Carl Tignor of Luray, 6 grandchildren.. She was preceded by her husband Dee Holmes whom she married March 19, 1929, a son Robert Paul Holmes, and grandchildren Frankie Maness, Julie Bray, and Randy Holmes. Burial in Middlefork Cemetery.
Contributed by Lexington Progress 12 Jan 2011

BRYLEE GRACE HOLMES ,age 5, passed away Dec. 16, 2014 at her home in Savannah TN. She is survived by her parents Joseph and Stacey McCollum Holmes; two brothers, Joseph Robert Jr. and Gabriel Jared Holmes; grandparents Kevin and Carol Hudson, Mike Holmes and Philip and Velva Jane McCollum; and great grandparents, Jean Holmes and Mary Sipes. Services are Dec. 18, 2014 at Reeds Chapel in Lexington.
Lexington Progress 17 Dec 2014

CHARLES THOMAS HOLMES - Funeral services for Mr. Charles Thomas "Tommy" Holmes, age 75, are scheduled for 11 a.m. on Thursday, December 4, 2014 at First United Methodist Church in Lexington. Interment will follow in Lexington Cemetery. Pafford Funeral Home of Lexington is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Holmes passed away early Monday in Jackson. He was born February 10, 1939 to the late Leroy Asbury Holmes and Evelyn Threadgill Holmes. Mr. Holmes began working at Holmes Motor Company as a youth and retired as owner of the business. He was very active in his community. As a member of First United Methodist Church, he served on the Administrative Board. He was a member of the Lexington Rotary Club, where he served as a Past President, was a Paul Harris Fellow, and was awarded Rotarian of the Year. He also served on the Lexington City Board of Alderman and the Board of Directors of Central State Bank and Community National Bank. Mr. Holmes enjoyed hunting, fishing, and farming, but most of all, he enjoyed his family and their long-time tradition of floating the Buffalo River. Mr. Holmes is survived by his wife of 54 years, Mrs. Carolyn Hearn Holmes, of Lexington; three sons, Kevin (Jodi) Holmes of Norcross GA, Chris (Susan) Holmes of Nashville, and Cary (Angie) Holmes of Lexington; one daughter, Hollianne (Keith) Carver of Knoxville; one sister, Anne Holmes (Ron) Lee of Eufaula AL; and ten grandchildre, Lindsay, Rachel, Hayley, Hannah, Hope, Chandler, and Alex Holmes and Carson, Jack Thomas and Britton Carver. He was preceded by one brother, Hartwell Holmes. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to First United Methodist Church in Lexington or American Alzheimers Assoc.
Lexington Progress 3 Dec 2014

JOE NEAL HOLMES - Funeral services for Joe Neal Holmes, age 78, were held Saturday Oct. 25, 2008 in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Bro. Bobby Beecham, Bro Darrell Pollock and Bro. David Beecham officiatinig. Burial followed in Chapel Hill Cemetery. Mr. Holmes died Wednesday in Jackson, He was born June 29, 1930 in Henderson County to the late Sydney and LaLa Hart Holmes. He was a retired employee of Columbus McKinnon and a member of First Penetcostal Church in Lexington. Mr. Holmes was a family man and a hard worker, a good husband, father and granfather. Survivors include his wife of 58 years, Mrs. Mary Ella Pollock Holmes, of Huron; his son, Steve Holmes (Rita) of Lexington; two daughters, Jackie Beecham (Daniel) and Nena Perry (Tim) all of Huron; one brother, Paul Holmes ofLexington; one sister, Mary Nelle Dickson of Lexington; 7 grandchildren.
Lexington Progress October 29, 2008

JOE H. HOLMES , 73, son of the late John and Mrs. Caroline Jackson Holmes, was born in Henderson County and died May 20, 1941 at his home in Juno seven miles west of Lexington. The cause of his death was diabetes with complications. Mr. Holmes was twice married, first to Sallie Wilson, who bore him three children; Mrs. Fred Nevils of Bemis; Mrs. Guy B. Amis and Leroy Holmes of Lexington. His second marriage was to Mrs. Mary McIntire Howell, who survives him with one of the two surviving children. He had long been affiliated with the Methodist Church, his membership being with the older branche of the M.E. Church, previous to the consolidation of the three Methodist Churches and has long associated with the Church of Po;lar Springs. Morally, he was a man of clean character and reputation and in his daily life, and I have known him for more than fifty years, believe he tried to follow the golden rule and such was his manner of life that his neighbors, who were a host in number, as well as his many relatives, will revere his memory. Rev. E.M. Trammell conducted the services at Poplar Springs Methodist Church with interment in Lexington Cemetery.
Lexington Progress 23 May 1941

KATHRYN HOLMES - Services for Mrs. Kathryn L. Holmes will be Thursday, January 18, 2001 at Reeds Chapel with burial in Union Hill Cem. Mrs. Holmes, 71, died Tuesday January 16, 2001 at Methodist Central Hospital, Memphis of lung disease. She was retired from Sears. She leaves her husband, DavidHolmes ofMemphis; two stepsons John P. Holmes and Bobby Holmes, both of Lexington; a sister Margaret battles of Horn Lake MS, six grandchildren.
Lexington Progress January 17, 2001.

LOYD HOLMES - age 69, died Aug. 16, 2012 at his home in Henderson. Mr. Holmes, known by his grandson as Pappaw and by his family as LoLay, and his CB friends as "Stranger", was born and reared in Henderson County, the son of the late J.B. and Bertie Lois 9Johnson) Holmes. He attended Henderson County schools. He hauled for Argo-Collier Truck Lines out of Martin TN an dlater drove for Gulf Transport Bus Co. out of Mobile AL. He retired as a self-employed driver. He was a member of the Henderson Masonic Lodge # 485. He is survivedy by three sons, Randy, Ronny and Christopher Holmes and a grandson Ryan Holmes, all of Henderson. He has two brothers Floyd of Pinson and Riley of Huron and a siter Kathy Renfroe of Huron. He was preceded by a half-brother Edward Holmes. Services were held Aug. 19 at Shackelford Funeral Home with Bro. Ken Kitchen officiating and burial followed at Chapel Hill Cemetery at Garnertown.
Lexington Progress 29 Aug 2012

MADORA JOSEPHINE (WILSON) HOLMES - Died Suddenly: Mrs. Madora Josephine Holmes, wife of W.A. Holmes and daughter of the late Frances Asberry and Mrs. Mary Meals Wilson, was born in Henderson County on March 19th, 1874, and on December 21, 1894, was married to W.A. (Berry) Holmes. She died February 14th 1939. The five children born to the union survive: Mrs. A.D. (Eula) Bobbitt of Gleason; Herman of New Orleans, Louisiana; Roy, Joe V. and Miss Leota of Lexington. Funeral services were conducted at the M.E. Church by Revs. R.F. Blankenship, Simpson Daniel and E.W. Crump, with interment in Lexington Cemetery.

PAM (WOOD) HOLMES - Services for Pam Wood Holmes, 55, were Saturday, March 6, 2010 in the Chapel of Pafford Funeral Home. Burial followed in Hare Cemetery. Mrs. Holmes died late Wednesday at her home in Lexington. She was born March 4, 1954 in Henderson County. She was a CVT for Dr. Korban. She was preceded by her father Curtis Wood. Survivors include her husband, Billy Holmes of Lexington; two daughters Kelley Greer and Kerrey Henley; her mother Dorothy Wood; her sister Paula McAdams all of Lexington; her brother Jeff Wood of Jackson and seven grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 10 Mar 2010

PATRICIA (CROOK) HOLMES - Funeral services for Mrs. Patricia Crook Holmes, age 79, are scheduled for 11 AM on Wednesday September 23, 2015 at the Chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Bro. Tommy Crocker officiating. Burial will follow in Lexington Cemetery. Mrs. Patricia passed away on Sunday September 20, 2015 at her residence in Lexington. Born May 17, 1936 in Henderson County, TN to the late Robert and Beulah Bingham Crook, Mrs. Patricia was a retired church secretary for First Baptist Church where she was a longtime member. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren at their farm house, and in her younger years she loved boating and camping with her husband and sons. Survivors include her husband of 63 years, Mr. Ed Holmes, two sons; Stan Holmes of Roseville, CA and Tony Holmes of Lexington, TN, brother, Winfield Crook, sister, Susie Bunch (Porter) and 5 grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 23 Sep 2015

PAUL HULON HOLMES - Funeral services for Mr. Paul Holmes, 84, are at 10:00 A.M. Wednesday, June 17, 2009 in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Bro. Eddie Martin, Bro. Bobby Beecham, and Bro. Norris Mullins officiating. Burial follows in Palestine Cemetery. Mr. Holmes died early Monday at his home. He was born August 19, 1924 in Henderson County to Sydney and LaLa Hart Holmes. He was a retired Union Piper Fitter and a member of Lexington Church of God. He was preceded in death by his wife, Delta Mae Pollock Holmes, a brother, Joe Holmes, a son-in-law, Tony Britt, and one grandaughter, Adrianna Anderson. Survivors include his two sons, Ricky Holmes of LaVinia and Ronnie Holmes of Lexington; three daughters, Paulette Blankenship, Nancy Britt and Junie Hall all of Lexington, a sister Mary Nell Dickson of Lexington and 13 grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 17 Jun 2009

SALLIE V. (WILSON) HOLMES , aged 59 years, died January 26th, 1927, from a complication of troubles. The daughter of the late F.A. Holmes and Mary Wilson, she was born near Juno, Henderson County, November 17th, 1867, and lived there until 18 years ago when she was carried to Florida for her health, returning the following year. Twelve years ago she moved to Lexington. She was married to Joe H. Holmes and to this union four children were born, the oldest dying in infancy. The three with their father survive: Mrs. Fred H. (Annie Mae) Nevil of Bemis, Mrs. Guy B. (Alberta) Amis and Leroy of this place. She is also survived by one grandchild, Annie Lucile Nevil, a sister, W.A. (Dora) Holmes, and a wide circle of relatives and friends. She professed faith in Christ at the early age of fifteen years and unified with Poplar Springs Methodist Church, later transferring her membership tot he Lexington Church, of which she remained a faithful and active member until death. After funeral services at the Methodist Episcopal Church, burial followed in Lexington Cemetery.

WILLIAM E. HOLMES - Services for William E. Holmes age 73, are scheduled for Thursday June 30, 2011 at First Baptist Church in Lexington. Interment will follow in Lexington Cemetery. Mr.Holmes passed away Tuesday in Lexington. He was born April 12, 1938 in Henderson County to the late Joe V. and Trula Mae (Essary) Holmes. He was a retired farmer and former business owner of Holmes Sporting Goods. He was a member of the First Baptist CHurch, he loved God and wanted to be the best Christian he could be. Mr. Holmes was a 19 year survivor of prostate cancer, his theory was to put it in the back of you mind and keep going. He enjoyed farming, fishing, hunting, arrowheads and socializing with folks. Over the past few years, you would find him delivering lunches for Stewarts Coffee Corner. He was preceded by one son, Joey Holmes. Survivors include his wife of 47 years, Carolyn Vise; his two sons, Jay Holmes and Jud, his daughter Jill ; his brother Eddy Holmes all of Lexington, his sister Charlotte Sullivan of Union City and four grandchildren.
Lexington Progress June 29, 2011

MICHAEL DALE HOLT - Services for Michael Dale Holt, 51, were Feb. 21, 2009 at Reeds Chapel Lexington with Derry Gray and Doug O'Rear officiating. Burial followed in the Center Point Cemetery in Lafayette GA. Mr. Holt was retired from Bell South after 32 years of service. He was a member of Lexington Christian Church. He was the only two time B.A.S.S. Federation National Champion and he was a dedicated husband, father, brother and son. He is survived by his wife, Adele Smith Holt; a daughter, Carrie Lynne Holt Mullins of Sherwood AR; a son 1st Lt. Aaron Michael (Danielle) Holt of Conyers GA; his mother an dstepfather Daniel and Elsie Wright Barnett of Goodlettsville; a brother Steve (Kathy) Holt of Nashville and their children, Samantha and Kayla Holt; 3 grandchildren Onika, Johnnie and Wesley Mullins; and a brother-in-law Mark A. (Meredith Johnson) Smith and their two children. He was preceded by hsi father Sam holt.
Lexington Progress 2/25/2009

ALTON HORN , 79, of Lexington died Friday APril 27, 2012. He was a retired minister. He is survived by his wife Eunice McDaniel Horn, 2 daughters, Kathy Gaworski, Tammy Smith, 2 sons, Jerry Horn, Tom Horn and 8 grandchildren. He was preceded by his first wife Anna Jean Fowler Horn. Funeral services were April 30 at Reeds Chapel, burial followed at Sunset Memorial Gardens in West Helena AR
Lexington Progress

JAMES TYLER HORN , age 79, died on Tuesday Oct. 25, 2011 in Lexington. He is survived by the mother of his children and lifelong companion; Betty Horn Hopper, 2 sons, Ernie Horn and Dean (Susan) Horn both of Lexington; 3 daughters Regina Roberts, Patty Hay and Tamie Rogers; Bonnie Faye Cary of Yuma and Johnnie Lou Griffard of Bruceton and 11 grandchildren. He was preceded by his parents; Clatus and Verneal Horn. Serives were Oct. 28, 2011 at Reeds Chapel in Lexington with burial in Lexington Cemetery.
Lexington Progress

MINNIE LEE HORN - Services for Minnie Lee Horn were Monday afternoon at Wildersville Baptist Church with the Rev. James Dennison officiating. Burial was in Farmville Cemetery with Reed’s chapel in charge. Mrs. Horn, who was 87, died early Sunday morning at her home In Wildersvllle after an illness of several weeks. She was born in Mississippi but had made her home in Wildersville for the past 29 years. She was a Baptist. She leaves two son, E. L. Horn of Wildersville and Earl Horn of Memphis, a daughter. Mrs. Mary Malina Webb of Wildersville; two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Boswell of Richardson, Texas and Mrs. Frances Small of Houston, Texas, three grandchildren and seven great¬≠grandchildren.

NADINE (PITT) HORN - Services for Nadine Horn, age 96, were May 19, 2015 in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Bro. Matt Wood officiating. Interment followed in Lexington Cemetery. Mrs. Horn, passed away Sundat in Jackson. She was born May 23, 1919 in Decator County to the late James and Molsey Elizabeth (Yarbro) Pitts. She was a Brown Shoe Company employee and Food Service Manager at Caywood Elementary School. She was a member of Second Baptist Church for 78 years and enjoyed sewing, gardening and cooking. She was preceded by her husband Edward Horn, two sons, Ed and Danny Horn and one sister, Dorene. Survivors include her daughter, Vicki Hadley of Jackson, one brother, Jim Pitts; one sister Linda Blankenship and four grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 20 May 2015

KIZZIE ANN (JONES) HOWELL , aged 77 years, daughter of the late Tillman and Azada Jones, was born in Henderson County, November 30, 1856 and as the beloved wife of James E. Howell, died July 1, 1934 in the home of her son, Dewey E. Howell near Bird's Bridge six miles east of Lexington, where she had gone to spend the day to be within touch of telephone communication with another son, Dr. W.I. Howell, who was in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis. The deceased was happily married to James E. Howell July 31, 1873 and of the ten children born to the couple, one died in infancy, one at the age of seven years, and the following eitht survive with their father; Mrs. J.R. McPeake, Mrs. D.D. Reed, Mrs. T.E. Deere, Mrs. I.E. Blanknship, Mrs. W.H. Roberts, the latter of Brinkley AR and the others residents of this county; the sons are Dr. William I. Howell, Lexington; Z.W. Howell of Atlanta and Dewey in whose hoem she died. She is survived by four brothes, Job, John and Bank Jones of this county, and M.J. Jones of OK. Rev. Fleetwood Ball conducted the funeral services held at the Baptist Church at Oak Grove.
Lexingtn Progress July 6, 1934

PENNY HORN - Funeral services for Penny Horn will be today July 2, 2008 Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Reeds in Lexington. Mrs. Horn age 94, died Monday June 30, 2008 in Huntingdon TN. Survivors include one son Robert (Carol) Horn, Lexington; one grandaughter, Tamara (Larry Don) Stanfill Lexington; one grandson Matthew (Heateher) Horn Augusta GA; one great grandchild Addison Stanfill.
( Lexington Progress July 2, 2008)

DEWITT HUBBS - A clipping from a paper published in Tucson, Arizona, sent to John W. Stewart, by his father-in-law, Rev. V. Pafford, gives particulars of the finding of the body of a man supposed to be DeWitt Hubbs, of Nashville, who evidently had committed suicide with a pistol, in the mountains of Tucson, the remains and pistol having been found by a fourteen-old boy. It had been thought that the man was the same who taught school here several years ago, but the description of a man about 45 years old and weighing but 145 pounds hardly suits the man who is well remembered here. However, later information leads to the belief that the suicide was the man who taught here. In the pocket of the dead man was one letter, a postal card and a legal document, the latter the unsigned will of his wife from whom he was separated, Mrs. Mary P. Hubbs of Nashville. A. E. Markam, of Nashville, a brother-in-law of the wife, was named as executor of the will and three children, Belle, Mary Neville and Harris, were named in the will which bequeaths to them a life interest in more than 1,500 acres of land near Nashville. The will was dated July 9, 1914.
Lexington Progress May 5, 1916

ALVIN GLENWOOD HUGHES - age 88, of Lexington died Nov. 1, 2014 in Jackson. He was a veteran of the US Navy. He is survived by his wife Joyce Hayes, 2 daughters; Gina Foster and Lori Hake of St. Louis MO and 8 grandchildren. Services were Nov. 3 at Reeds Chapel and burial in the Duke Cemetery with military honors.
Lexington Progress 5 Nov 2014

KAY HUGHES - went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at the age of 73. She was a retired employee of Regions Bank and First Bank. She is survived by her husband of more than 50 years, Robert Earl Hughes of Lexington; one son, Timothy Earl Hughes and his friend, Lisa Rhodes of Lexington; one daughter, Leesa Kay Coffman and husband David of Lexington; one brother, Tony Earl Scott and wife Patty of Signal Mountain, TN; two granddaughters, Lindsey and Kellye Coffman; one niece, Laura Gilbert and husband Jason; one aunt, Arbie Jane Blankenship; one great niece, Jessica Gilbert; two great nephews, Jacob Gilbert and Christopher Scott; and several cousins. She was preceded in death by her parents, E.R. and Lucille Scott; and a nephew, Mark Scott. Funeral services will be on Thursday, May 1st at 4 p.m., at Sand Ridge Baptist Church, with Dr. Marty Comer and Bro. Harold Hopper officiating. Burial will follow in Sand Ridge Cemetery.
Lexington Progress 7 May 2014

KATHY (BRITT) HUGHES - Funeral services for Mrs. Kathy Britt Hughes, age 61, are scheduled for 1 PM on Tuesday, July 23, 2013 in the Chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Bro. Jeff Todd and Bro. Tim Baker officiating. Burial will follow in Sand Ridge Cemetery. Mrs. Hughes passed away on Saturday July 20, 2013 in Jackson, TN. She was born on May 4, 1952 to the late Taylor and Minnie Hollowell Britt. She enjoyed raising her grandchildren, gardening and sewing. Mrs. Kathy was preceded in death by two brothers, Junior and Harold Britt, and one sister, Judy McGill. Survivors include her husband, Mr. John Julian Hughes, two sons, Mitch (Kristie) Stanfill and Randy Stanfill, two step sons, Lee and Chris Hughes, two daughters, Ginger (Jonathan) Ivey and Candi Stanfill, step daughter, Angie Hughes, and two brothers, Bobby and Connie Britt: survivors also include her grandchildren; Drew, Whitney, Jarrett, Andrea, Shana, Kelsey, Katelyn, Karley, Raelynn, Angelica, Shawn, Amanda, Joshua, Bethany, Samara, and Marley, also two great grandchildren, Andrew and Nae-Nae.
Lexington Progress 24 Jul 2013

LINDA HUGHES - Funeral services for Mrs. Linda "Gail" Hughes, age 59, are scheduled for 1 p.m. Thursday January 14, 2010 in the chapel of Pafford Fuenral Home. Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery. Mrs. Hughes died Monday in Jackson. She was born 12 February 1950 in Henderson County to the late Hobert and Rodie Woods. She was preceded by four sisters, Letha Holland, Gloria Wheeler, Lennie Waugh, and Charlotte Davis and one brother James Woods. Survivors include her husband, Andy Jiminez of Lexington; three sons, Frankie Woods of Lexington, Julian Lee Hughes of Murfreesboro and Chris Hughes of Lexington; her daughter Angie Hughes of Lexington; two sisters, Lena Marie Bailey and Patsy Horton of Lexington and nine grandchildren.
Lexington Progress January 13, 2010

MARY (HOOKS) HUGHES , aged 81 years, died May 29, 1930 at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Maggie Tyler, near Judo. She was a daughter of the late Kendell and Naomi Hooks, and was married to William A. Hughes on Feb. 29, 1869. Mr. Hughes died on April 27, 1917. To this union were born eight children. The children surviving are Mrs. J.S. Kennedy, Mrs. J.A. Wadley, Edward Hughes, Mrs. David Tyler, Newton Hughes and Luther Hughes. She professed religion when a young lady and united with the M.E. Church, South, at Bethel. The body was interred in Bethel Cemetery, Revs. Fleetwood Ball and H.M. Harris officiating.
Contributed by Lexington Progress June 6, 1930
Cemetery list says her name is Susan A. Hughes.. the obituary says she is Mary Hooks Hughes

MELBA FAYE HUGHES - Services for Melba Hughes were held April 4, 2008 in the chapel fo Pafford Funeral Home Scotts Hill. Burial followed in Methodist Cemetery. Mrs. Hughes, age 85, died Tuesday 8 April 2008 in Lebanon. She was a retired hairdresser and was preceded in death by her husband, Fred Hughes and a daughter, Barbara Karen Hughes. Survivors include four sons, Bobby of Scotts Hill, Keith of Lebanon, Ronny of Franklin and Ricky Hughes of Adamsville; one sister Earlene Mitchell of Sardis and 10 grandchildren.
Lexington Progress 9 April 2008

SHELLY HUGHES - Services will be March 7, 2010 at Reeds Chapel in Lexington with burial in the Farville Cemetery. Mrs. Hughes, age 58, of Wildersville died Thursday March 4, 2010 in Jackson TN. She is survived by her husband Larry W. Hughes, two daughters Chandra Kinney and Laura Marie Hughes, and three grandchildren all of Wildersville. She was preceded by a son Michael Joseph Hughes.
Lexington Progress 10 March 2010

CECIL LEON HUNLEY - Funeral services for Mr. Cecil Leon Hunley will be today November 10, 1999 in the chapel of Pafford Funeral Home with Bro. Tim Maness and Bro. John D. Small officiating. Burial will follow in Antioch Cemetery. Mr. Hunley died early Monday at Jackson Madison County Gen. Hsp. Mr. Hunley was born in Henderson County on September 15, 1932 to the late James Dewey and Libby Mae Carnal Hunley. He was retired from the Army with 20 years of service, including Vietnam and Korean Wars. He was a member of Belen's Chapel Baptist Church and the Henderson County Christian Men's Fellowship. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mary Ellen Hunley of Lexington; a son Donald Ray Pratt of Lexington, two daughters, Debbie Pratt (the late Wilson Pratt) and Gail and Barry Horten of Lexington, one brother Thomas Hunley of Cedar Grove; two sisters, Gladys Collins of Cedar Grove and Betty Denison of Hart MI; and three grandchildren Mary Kelley, Andy Pratt and Hannah Horine. Pallbearers to serve include Barry Horten, Barry Townsend, Ronnie Hays, Tim Rhodes, Tony Crider, Donald Gene Rhodes, Tony Hunley and Dennis Hunley.
Lexington Progress 10 November 1999

ELIZA HUTTON - Graveside services for Mrs. Eliza Hutton former Lexington resident, were conducted at Lexington Cemetery Wednesday afternoon by the Rev. Wrather. Mrs. Hutton died in Paducah Tuesday night. Many years ago she operated a hotel here near the depot but later moved to Paducah. She was 97. Mrs. Hutton is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Rena Conklin and Mrs. Joe Habacker, both of Paducah.
(Lexington Progress Nov 17, 1950)

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