Hickman County, TN
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HAINES, BENNIE G. - Died at the residence of his mother, on Leatherwood creek, in this county, on 30th of August, Bennie G. Haines, aged 20 years and 6 months.
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, September 6, 1878)
HALEY, MARY D. - We tender our sympathies to the stricken ones concerned in the paragraph below, which is taken from the Clarksville, Texas, Times. The deceased was the mother of Mrs. J. H. Phillips, of our town, who learned the saddening intelligence of her mother's death while hastening to her bedside.
Mrs. Mary D. Haley, wife of M. W. Haley, Sr., of Albion, Texas, departed this life Oct. 10th 1880 at 12:15 p.m. She was the daughter of L. H. Nunnelly, of Hickman county, Tenn -- where she was born April 30th, 1833. She was an exemplary Christian, magnifying the grace of God in her every day life, by her Godly walk and conversation. She was a faithful companion, a tender mother, and a kind friend. She triumphed over death and entered her Master's joy. To know her was to love her. She was the wife of Mr. Haley 18 years, and all these years furnished such a contrast to his present desolation that the strong man bows himself in sorrow and tears. We tender our sympathies to all the bereaved family and pray for their comfort. Let us meet her in Heaven.
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, November 5, 1880)
HANN, DESSIE - Death visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Hann and took from them their bright angel Dessie. She was born Dec. 23, 1884, died August 4th, 1902. The funeral was held at Anderson's Chappel, Bro. Spivie conducting the services which were very impressive. She joined the Christian church at an early age and lived a consistent member of the same till death. She was faith full in attendance upon the preached word. May the broken hearted submissively say, "Our Dear Dessie is dead she has gone to her gone to her place that Jesus has prepared for her, and her noble traits of character will live through all time she was of a jovial disposition, yet deeply joins, and strictly temperate, and all who knew her were her friends she leaves a grand mother and father brother and host of friends, to mourn her departure, to whom we extend our deepest sympathy. "The Lord giveth and the Lord taketh a way. Blessed be the name of the Lord." - A FRIEND
(Source: Hickman County News, 14 Aug. 1902 - Submitted by K. Rogers)
HARBER, GEORGE WASHINGTON - George Harber Services Held - Funeral services for George Washington Harber, 93, retired farmer, were held at 3 p.m. Monday at the Centerville Methodist church with the Rev. E. B. Willis officiating. Burial was in the Wade-Peeler cemetery in the Beaverdam community. Mr. Harber died Saturday at a nursing home in Nashville after an illness of three weeks. He was a native of Bedford county but had farmed in Perry and Hickman counties most of his life. He had made his home in Nashville for the past six years with a daughter, Mrs. Freda Cochran. He was a member of the Methodist church. In addition to Mrs. Cochran, he is survived by four other daughters, Mrs. Isebelle Anderson of Franklin, Mrs. Zula O'Guin of Detroit, Mrs. Dila Wade of Centerville, and Mrs. Pearl Gupton of Nashville; four sons, J. Ivan and Guy Harber, both of Centerville, Arthur Harber of McEwen, and Leonard Harber of Memphis; 26 grandchildren and a number of great-grandchildren.
(Hickman County Times, Thursday, August 6, 1953)
HARGROVE, FRANK - April 4, 1952 - Frank Hargrove, 75, died at the home of his son, Hollis Hargrove, at Lyles.
(Hickman County Times - (1952 in Review) - Thursday, January 1, 1953)
HARMON, JOSIE - Died near Clarksville, Tenn., a short time since, Miss Josie Harmon, formerly of this county. She for many years lived in Pinewood, and her many friends in this county will lament her death. She is said to have been a bright Christian and, although the dread summons came just when she was blooming into womanhood, she was perfectly resigned to the will of Him who doeth all things well.
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, July 2, 1880)
HARRIS, JAMES DENNIS - "Gone but not forgotten". Dennis Harris, a young man of our vicinity, who went to El Paso, Texas, Oct. 9, for his health, died Dec. 20. He had that dreadful disease, consumption, and hoped by going there to improve his health, but it seems that fate was against him. His remains were brought back to his many friends at this place and placed in the family cemetery, after the funeral service, which was conducted by Bro. J. H. Hull, who made a beautiful talk on the subject: "He being dead yet speaketh." Dennis was a member of the Missionary Baptist Church. His name had been written in Lamb's Book of life and his soul had been washed in the blood of the lamb and made whiter than snow, something that we all rejoice to know. It was sad, indeed, to hear of his departure. Yet we rejoice to know that he has passed from death unto life. "It is not all of life to live neither is it all of life to die." O, how dad and lonely are our hearts. Never shall his memory fade away. Sweet thoughts shall ever linger round the grave where where Dennis is laid. Friends may think the wound is healed. Little do they know our sorrow. Rest in peace, dearest brother. Some sad days have passed away. Thou art gone but not forgotten.
One by one the flowers are taken.
One by one the roses fall,
And we carefully remember,
Pain and sorrow comes to all.
God has given God has taken. Dearest Dennis we must bear the pain. Written by his brother in Christ, Archie Peeler
(The Hickman County News, Thursday, January 10, 1907)
HARRIS, DORRIS LAMAR - Funeral services for Dorris Lamar Harris, 27, Nashville carpenter and native of Hickman who was fatally shot at 8 p.m. Monday at his Nashville home, were conducted at 3 yesterday afternoon at McDonald Funeral Home by the Rev. Tom Mayberry. Burial was in Wade-Peeler Cemetery. It is reported that Mr. Harris's wife, Mrs. Jean Tucker Harris, was on the phone Friday night when she heard a pistol shot in another room. When she entered the room she found her husband dying of a pistol wound. Other survivors include a daughter, Tressa; two sons, Michael and David; his mother Mrs. Era Mae Harris, and grandfather, Charlie Harris of the Beaverdam Community.
(The Hickman County Times, Thursday, July 6, 1967)
HARRIS, NANCY ELIZABETH
"LIZZIE" PACE - Mrs. Elizabeth Pace Harris, 60, died at her
home in the Wade's Branch community at 6:45 p.m. Saturday after a long
(Hickman County Times, Thursday, February 4, 1954)
HARRIS, WILLIAM PENN- Former Countian Dies in Virginia - William P. Harris, formerly of this county, died in White Post, Va., April 1. He was formerly a school teacher of this county, having taught in the tenth and eleventh districts. His father was the late Delbert Harris, who migrated to Hickman County from Maryland shortly after the formation of the county. Relatives of this county are Mrs. Rhedoric Shepard and the late Mrs. Frank Elkins. Burial was in White Post, Va.
(The Hickman County Times, Thursday, April 9, 1953)
2nd article - William Penn Harris, 70, native Tennessean, died Saturday, April 11, (note: I think this should be 1st since it first appeared in the paper on the 9th), at his home near Stephens, City, Va., of an acute heart ailment. He had been in failing health for several years. Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Salem Church of the Brethren near Stephens City with the Rev. J. E. Dettra officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Elbert (first article said Delbert) Harris, he was teacher in the public schools of Tennessee before becoming an employee of the United States Bureau of Census in Washington, D.C. While living in Washington, he married the former Miss Annie Mae Miller. After leaving Washington, he engaged in farming until his ill health forced his retirement about 10 years ago. He was a member of the Church of Brethren. In addition to his widow, he is survived by two sons, William Penn Harris, Jr., of Washington, D. C. and Byron S. Harris of Front Royal, Va.; three grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Delphia Shepard of Centerville; a step-daughter, Mrs. Hazel Weisner of Washington, D.C.
(The Hickman County Times, Thursday, April 16, 1953)
HARRISON, ARA McCLANAHAN - Funeral services for Mrs. Ara McClanahan Harrison, 94, widow of R. B. Harrison, were held at 1 p.m. Friday at her home with Rev. E. B. Willis officiating. Burial was in Oak Mount cemetery in Shipp's Bend. Mrs. Harrison died at her home at 8:30 Wednesday night after a long illness. She was a native of Hickman County and her parents were Newt and Nancy Easley Harrison. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors include eight daughters, Miss Stella Harrison, Mrs. Earlie Baker, Mrs. Pearl Malugin, and Mrs. Grace Breece, all of Centerville, Mrs. Mary Mayberry of Cherry Valley, Ark., Mrs. Betty Petty of Waverly, Mrs. Ada Hickman of Nunnelly, and Mrs. Allene Ward of Detroit; four sons, Tom and Newt Harrison, both of Centerville, Ed Harrison of Wyaconda, Mo. and Tatum Harrison of Roseville, Mich.; 33 grandchildren; and several great-grandchildren and great great-grandchildren.
(The Hickman County Times, Thursday, June 18, 1953)
HASSELL, ATHELIAN ADELINE - Mrs. Athelian Adeline Hassell, 81, widow of J. H. Hassell of the Little Lot community, died suddenly Monday morning at the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Margaret Capley, in Nashville. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Little Lot Methodist Church with the Rev. Windsor officiating. Burial was in the Little Lot cemetery. Mrs. Hassell was a native of Hickman County and her parents were Nancy Totty and Louis Z. Hassell. She was a member of the Methodist Church. In addition to Mrs. Capley, she is survived by eight other grandchildren, Mrs. Alma Smith of Route 2, Centerville, Mrs. Dorothy Edgill of West Virginia, Mrs. Marcel Barrett of Nashville, Mrs. Willene Hill and Miss Minnie Hassell of Iowa, Miss Martha Jo Hassell and Wilburn and William Hassell, all of Franklin, and nine great-grandchildren.
(The Hickman County Times, Thursday, April 23, 1953)
HASSELL, JAMES GILBERT - September 28, 1952 - James Gilbert Hassell, 65, died at his home in the Little Lot community. (Hickman County Times - (1952 in Review) - Thursday, January 1, 1953)
HASSELL, LEE - Died near Little Lot, on the 28th of April, 1887, Lee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Z. Hassell, aged 1 year, 4 months and 5 days. Interment in the family cemetery on the 29th, Elder Y. J. Harvill officiating. It will be remembered that six months and three days ago the bereaved parents lost their beloved son, Albert.
(Hickman Pioneer, May 6, 1887)
HAY, MAHULDAH - Died at the residence on Parker's Creek, Dickson County, Teen., March 30, 1886 of pneumonia, Mrs. Mahuldah Hay, wife of Benjamin Hay. Deceased was in her 81st year and was a daughter of Moses Parker, the noted pioneer and hunter. He emigrated from Georgia to Tennessee in the year 1804, and settled on the creek which now bears his name, where he lived ever afterwards and reared a family of twelve children, all now dead, she being the last. When he landed at his destination his property consisted of two horses who bore the household goods, a rifle, chopping axe, hand saw and drawing knife and his wife and four children. He built a cabin and a mill and cleared a considerable farm which he cultivated and on which raised plenty of provisions for home consumption and some to spare which he was ever ready to do, especially to those whom he knew to be needy. He was noted for his peculiarities and witty sayings and was greatly beloved and will long be remembered for his goodness. Deceased was married to Frank Tidwell sixty-three years ago, who lived about thirteen years and died leaving her with six children to care for which she provided amply for five years, when she married Benjamin Hay, who now survives her. Three of her Tidwell children are yet living, James H. and Moses, both of Dickson County, and John H., of Hickman. She leaves two daughters of her surviving husband, Mrs. Kiziah Lankford, of Dickson County, and Mrs. Cynthia Baird, of Hickman. She was a member of the Primitive Baptist Church at Turnbull and entertained bright hopes of up to a few days prior to her death and did all her own house work. She possessed a very cheerful disposition and loved company and delighted in making all happy about her house. She was deprived of the advantage of an education in her youth and never learned to read until 65 years old. She had the misfortune to get her ankle broken and while nursing it she learned (from some Sunday-school primers of her little nieces who were staying with her) to read very well and ever after delighted in reading her Bible. She was greatly beloved by her husband and children, and although so old yet she seemed young and happy. She was buried on the farm where she was born, where sleeps her father and mother, two brothers and two sisters, and many relative and friends.
(Hickman Pioneer, April 22, 1887)
HERBISON, JOHNNIE STEPHENSON - June 19, 1952 - Johnnie Stephenson Herbison, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Herbison of Graham, killed in a traffic accident near Vernon.
(Hickman County Times - (1952 in Review) - Thursday, January 1, 1953)
HERBISON, WILLIAM NORRIS (DOCK) - Funeral services for William Norris (Dock) Herbison, 52, native of Hickman County and brother of Mrs. Clarance Nash of Centerville, who died at his home in Stanton Friday at 5 a.m. of a heart seizure, were conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Stanton Baptist Church by the Rev. R. K. Bennet. Burial was in Stanton cemetery. The son of the late James and Covie Herbison, Mr. Herbison spent the early part of his life in Hickman County. He married Mamie Cannon in February, 1923. She died several years ago. Surviving from this union are their three daughters, Mrs. Annie Lou Romie, Dayton, Ohio; Mrs. Marie Plunkett and Miss Ruby Herbison, Detroit, Mich.; three sons, James Herbison, Detroit; Dan Herbison with U. S. Army in Germany and Herbert Herbison with the U. S. Army in Washington State. Also surviving are his widow, Mrs. Lora Clark Herbison and their two sons, David and Barry of Stanton; three step-sons; one step-daughter; five grandchildren; his step-mother, Mrs. Florence Herbison, three brothers, Noel Herbison, Paris; Norman Herbison, Charlotte; Jesse Herbison, Dickson; his sister, Mrs. Nash of Centerville and a half-sister, Mrs. William Rodgers, Detroit.
(The Hickman County Times, Thursday, January 22, 1953)
HERRIN, JESSE C. - Bon Aqua Citizen Dies In Nashville - Back Injured
in Fall from Tree and Paralysis Results; Well Known and Respected -
Jesse C. Herrin, 69 years of age and a respected citizen of the Bon Aqua
community many years, died at a Nashville hospital Monday morning as the
result of a fall from an apple tree three weeks ago. The aged man had
climbed the tree to catch a number of chickens for market and the fall
of several feet dislocated the vertebrae and injured the spinal cord so
that a total paralysis of the lower extremities resulted. He was later
taken to Nashville for treatment. Deceased was a respected citizen
and is survived by an only son, Alexander B Herrin of near Nashville.
The remains were interred at a Nashville cemetery, following a funeral
service Tuesday morning at Nashville undertaking parlors.
HICKMAN, GEORGE - Mr. George Hickman died on Buffalo in Perry county, March 1st, of typhoid pneumonia, aged about 40 years. The deceased was a native of Hickman county being a son of the late Wyatt Hickman. He was a son-in-law of Mr. J. G. Briggs, of our town, and leaves 3 children, one of his sons having died the 18th of February with the same disease.
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, March 18, 1887)
HICKMAN, HIRAM - Died at the residence of his father, Nathan Hickman, Esq., of typhoid fever, March 27, 1884, Hiram Hickman, aged about 17 years.
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, April 18, 1884)
HICKMAN, NATHAN - Nathan Hickman, Hickman Co. - Special Dispatch to
the American. - Centreville, Tenn., March 1 -- Nathan Hickman, aged 90
years, died last night at the home of his son, J.P. Hickman, in
Whitson's Bend, from a tumor on his right hand. He was one of the oldest
citizens in the county. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Six
sons and two daughters survive him as follows: John M., G.W., J.P.,
Charles P., Sam and Moody Hickman, and Mrs. J. K. Matlock, of Nunnelly,
and Mrs. Bud Brown, of Dickson. One sister, Mrs. Josh Burnham, of
Dickson, also survives.
HICKMAN, SAM N. - Sam N. Hickman, 52, formerly of Hickman County, died suddenly last Thursday night at his home in Detroit, Mich. Services were conducted at 7 p.m. Saturday in Detroit before the body left for Hickman County. Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. Monday at the Nunnelly Methodist Church and burial was in the Weatherspoon cemetery in the Piney community. He was a native of this county, son of Mrs. Ada Hickman of Piney, and the late Walter Hickman. He had lived in Detroit since 1923 where he was employed by the General Motors Chevrolet plant. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his widow, Mrs. Illen Baker Hickman; three sisters, Mrs. Joella Wherry and Mrs. Sue Bates, both of Piney, and Mrs. Edith Weatherspoon of Kenton; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. R. B. Harrison of Centerville; and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a brother, Wallace Hickman, who died about six years ago.
(The Hickman County Times, Thursday, January 15, 1953)
HILL, BARBARA JOYCE - June 11, 1952 - Barbara Joyce Hill, two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hill, killed by a truck.
(Hickman County Times - (1952 in Review) - Thursday, January 1, 1953)
HINES, WILLIAM Sr. - Died at his residence, in Totty's Bend, in this county, August 21st, Mr. Wm. Hines, Sr., aged 86 years, 6 months and 21 days.
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, September 6, 1878)
HOGAN, MARTHA RODGERS - Mrs. Martha Hogan, wife of Prof. T. M. Hogan, formerly of Little Lot, died at the residence in Water Valley, one day last week. She was the daughter of the late Andrew Rodgers, of Williamson County, and has a host of relatives and friends residing there, who will be pained at this announcement of her death. She was a devoted member of the Methodist church, and was dearly loved by all who knew her for her goodness of heart and soul. She leaves a disconsolate husband and children, and many friends to mourn her death. She was interred in the family burying ground at Water Valley.
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, February 13, 1885)
HOLT, IDA JEANNETTE - Funeral services for Mrs. Ida Jeannette Holt, 77, widow of John Holt, were held at 1 p.m. Monday at the Wrigley Church of Christ. The services were conducted by Granville Tyler and burial was in Milam cemetery. Mrs. Holt died Saturday night in Martha Gaston hospital in Lebanon. She was a native of Hickman County and a member of the Church of Christ. She is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Johnnie Letchford of Lebanon; five sons, Matt Holt of Lebanon, Tommie Holt of Lyles, Clarence and Horace Holt of Wrigley, and Rufus Holt of Rockwood; 17 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.
(The Hickman County Times, Thursday, February 12, 1953)
HOOPER, JAMES C. - James C. Hooper, 69, died suddenly Friday night at his home in Hickman Hollow. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Nunnelly Church of Christ with Ralph Benjamin officiating. Burial was in the Nunnelly Cemetery. Mr. Hooper was a native of Hickman County, son of Ed and Catherin Fielder Hooper. He was a member of the Church of Christ. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Geneva Fly of Franklin, Mrs. Annie Lee Vaughn of Nashville, and Mrs. Mary Hethcote of Centerville; five sons, Wallace, Howard, Thomas and Emmett Hooper, all of Nashville, and Robert Hooper of Atlanta, Ga.; a brother, John Hooper of Nashville; three sisters, Mrs. Estelle Johnson of Centerville, Mrs. Evie Racroix of Ohio, and Mrs. Jennie Bates of Nashville; 11 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
(The Hickman County Times, Thursday, May 28, 1953)
HOOPER, JAMES RALPH - Funeral services for James Ralph Hooper, 32, of Nashville were held at 2 p.m. Friday, March 20, at the Community Center in Gray's Bend. Rev. Zeb Walker officiated and burial was in the Gray's Bend cemetery. Mr. Hooper died Wednesday night at Veterans Hospital in Nashville after an illness of five weeks. He was a native of Hickman County and a graduate of Hickman County High School. He was a veteran of World War II, having served in Field Artillery. He saw overseas service during the war in Italy. He had lived in Nashville for about four years and was an employee of Hayes Trucking Company. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Evie Mai Whitehair Hooper; a son, Ralph Edward Hooper; his parents, Mrs. and Mrs. James Ellis Hooper of Centerville; three sisters, Mrs. Earl Nash, Mrs. Brown Freeman and Miss Wylodean Hooper, all of Centerville; and five brothers, John Thomas, Clint, Paul, Howell and Frank Hooper, all of Centerville. Pall bearers were John Briggs Shepard, John Mattox, Horace Thompson, Clayton Thompson, Henry Thompson, and William Murphree, Jr.
(The Hickman County Times, Thursday, March 26, 1953)
HORNBEAK, ELI A. - Died at his residence, in Wilsonville, Obion county, Tenn., Tuesday, August 24th, 1886, at 11:15 o'clock a.m., of pneumonia, Eli A. Hornbeak, aged 55 years. The deceased was born and raised at Centerville, being a son of the late Pleasant Hornbeak, and had many warm friends in our county. He joined the Methodist church about the year 1867, and ever since lived a consistent member of that church. He leaves a wife and one child. He was visiting his old home at Centreville only a few days before his death and was taken sick the day he arrived at home, living only about one week thereafter.
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, September 3, 1886)
HORNBEAK, EMMA A. - Mrs. Emma A. Hornbeak was born at Oxford, Miss., July 14, 1847. She spent her early life in Middle Tennessee in Williamson, Maury and Hickman counties; was married in Hickman county, July 1, 1866, to F. B. Hornbeak, who with four children mourn her departure. She professed religion about the 15th of July, 1866, and joined the M. E. Church, South, of which she has lived a faithful, consistent member till the day of her death, May 25, 1886. She died of pulmonary consumption at her home in Wilsonville, Obion county, Tenn., where she has lived since 1873, except two years, which she spent in Troy, Tenn., as music teacher in the college.
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, August 6, 1886)
HORNBEAK, FRANK - Died at the residence of his aunt, Mrs. M. D. Shouse, in county, of congestion of the lungs, at 7 o'clock a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 7, 1886, Frank Hornbeak, infant child of Frank B. Hornbeak, of West Tennessee, aged about 6 months.
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, September 10, 1886)
HOUSE, JACK MRS. - Died on Lick creek, on the 14th inst. Mrs. _______ House, wife of Jack House, aged about 35 years.
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, October 18, 1878)
HUCHISON, LORENA B. SISCO - Again death has come. Only a few short months since brother went to Heaven and it seemed so hard to give him up, and now sister is gone, too. Lorena B. was the oldest child of A. J. and Martha Sisco, and was married to Alonzo Huchison four years ago. We think it sad when the old die and cannot understand why the young are called, but God that doeth all things for good, knoweth best. There is a bright side to even death; how much B. realized this when she said "It's sad to leave my husband and little babe, but I'll soon be at rest and with brother." Let us not grieve. We have lost a true Christian woman, but she has gained eternal life.
ALBA - Aetna, June 26
(Source: Hickman County News, June 28, 1906 - Submitted by K. Rogers)
HUDDLESTON, HULDAH - Died at her residence, in Shipp's bend, of pneumonia, on Friday, November 1, 1878, Mrs. Huldah Huddleston, wife of the late J. W. Huddleston, aged 69 years, 11 months and 22 days.
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, November 8, 1878)
HUDDLESTON, THOMAS MOORE - March 27, 1952 - Thomas Moore Huddleston, 77, president of the Security Bank and Trust Company of Centerville, died.
(Hickman County Times - (1952 in Review) - Thursday, January 1, 1953)
HULME, NANCY - Palestine - Died at the residence of Sames Johnston, Nancy Hulme, aged six years.
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, July 19, 1878)
HUMPHREY, THOMAS E. SR. - Thomas E. Humphrey, Sr., 73, retired farmer and merchant, was found dead February 10 at the side of the road about a mile from his home in Water Valley community of Maury County. He had suffered a heart attack. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Santa Fe Methodist Church with the Rev. Marvin Cook and the Rev. E. P. Boyett officiating. Burial was in the Santa Fe cemetery. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Era Warf Humphrey; two daughter, Mrs. Harold Cook and Mrs. Raymond Rosson, both of Macon, Ga.; seven sons, J. Ennis Humphrey of Van Nuys, Calif., Vester N. Humphrey, Santa Fe., Bernice Humphrey, Spring Hill, Z. D. Humphrey of Macon, Ga., Clyde and Thomas E. Humphrey, Columbia, Curren, with the U. S. Army at Ft. McPherson, Ga.; a brother, John Humphrey and a half-brother, A. H. Humphrey, both of Santa Fe.
(The Hickman County Times, Thursday, February 26, 1953)
HUNTER, FRANCES - Died at the residence near Little Lot, on Sunday, 25th, of consumption, Mrs. Frances Hunter, wife of Jesse P. Hunter, aged 68 years 8 months and 29 days. She had been a member of the M. E. Church for fifty-four years and died in the triumph of a living faith, admonishing her children and friends to meet her "beyond the River."
(The Hickman Pioneer, Friday, January 30, 1880)
HUTCHINSON, GEORGE WASHINGTON - Funeral services for George Washington Hutchinson, 85, were held Monday at the Lyles Church of Christ, Willie Cochran officiating. Burial was in Lyles Cemetery. Mr. Hutchinson, died at his home at Lyles Saturday night of a stroke of paralysis. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Book Lane of Collingsville, Ill., and Mrs. Mary Prewitt of Granite City, Ill.; two sons, Lee Hutchinson of Granite City and Wiley Hutchinson of Dover, Sanford and Samuel Hutchinson, of Cadiz, Ky.; 22 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren. Mr. Hutchinson, a native of Trigg County, Ky., had resided in Hickman County since early boyhood. He was a farmer. His parents were the late Andy and Mary Gibbs Hutchinson.
(The Hickman County Times, Thursday, July 30, 1953)