Source: Newspaper clipping from unknown newspaper in Winchester, Franklin Co., TN. See transcriber notes at end of document.
J.C. Perry Dies at Age 53
J.C. Perry of Winchester, a retired nurseryman, died Tuesday in Franklin County Hospital following an extended illness. He was 53.
Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. today at Watson Funeral Home. The Rev. Clifford Williams will officiate. Burial will be in Winchester City Cemetery.
Mr. Perry was employed for many years at the former Groves Nursery. He was a Baptist and a veteran of World War II.
A Franklin County native, he was born June 13, 1924. He was the son of Allen and Susie Ivey Perry.
Survivors are a son, Albert Perry, Nashville; a daughter, Mrs. Marilyn Farris, Winchester; a stepson, Jimmy Cambron, Winchester; three sisters, Mrs. Irene Carson and Mrs. Ophelia Neal, both of Winchester, and Mrs. Dorothy Jones, St. Louis, Mo.; two brothers, Raymond Perry, Warsaw, Ky., Allen E. Perry, Tullahoma, and one grandchild.
Transcribed from a newspaper clipping found amongst the papers belonging to my grandmother, Jessie Velma (Durham) Bolden Womack.
Handwritten on the obituary is: "Susie Perry Son & Dorthy Perry Bro. Oct 6-77 . County Paper"
Transcribed on September 6, 2000 by Josephine Anne (Bolden) Pani.
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