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LYNNWOOD CEMETERY, Lynnville, GILES COUNTY, TENNESSEE

CHAFFIN, W. Wilson (Woodrow Wilson) "Wilson", 6 Mar 1913 - 27 Oct 1986. (Native of Maury Co.; son of Maxwell "Mack" & Ethel Nell Coffee Chaffin.)
CHAFFIN, Sally E. McKissick, 4 Mar 1914 - 3 Jun 2001. (Dau. of William Franklin McKissick and Bertha Lou Prentice McKissick; mar. to Woodrow Wilson Chaffin.)
Wilson and Sally Chaffin lived west one mile of Stiversville on the north at the junction where Wiley HollowToll Dugger Roads turn right.
Sally was tall and slender a characteristic of the McKissack's of Southport.)
Photos by Wayne Austin, 2003. Information by Mary Bob McClain Richardson from cemetery records 15 Apr 2009.
Woodrow Wilson Chaffin, 73, of the Stiversville Community died Monday in Maury County Hospital. Services are Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in Oakes & Nichols Funeral Home with Brown Foster officiating. Burial is in Lynnwood Cemetery in Lynnville. The Giles County native was a retired farmer. He was the son of the late Mack and Nellie Coffey Chaffin. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Sally McKissick Chaffin of Stiversville Community; two daughters, Mrs. Raymond (Joanne) Pigg of Stiversville Community and Mrs. Layne (Peggy) Thrasher of Columbia; a son Bobby Chaffin of Stiversville Community; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Pallbearers are Kenneth Ray Pigg, David Lee Pigg, Daryl Thrasher, LeRoy Thurman, John Murry, Floyd Pigg, Joe Hickman and John Thomason.
The Columbia Daily Herald, Tuesday, Oct 28, 1986. submitted by Judy B. Forgos 8/19/2009.

Mrs. Sally McKissick Chaffin, 87, widow of Woodrow Wilson Chaffin and longtime resident of the Stiversville Community died Sunday, June 3, 2001, at NHC Hillview. Services will be conducted at 1 p.m., Tuesday at Oakes & Nichols Funeral Home with Brother Ricky Clay officiating. Burial will be in the Lynnwood Cemetery. The family will visit with friends from 4-8 p.m., Monday at the funeral home. The Giles County native was the daughter of the late William Franklin McKissick and Bertha Lula Prentice McKissick and was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include two daughters, Joanne (Raymond) Pigg of Stiversville and Peggy (Lane) Thrasher of Columbia; a son, Bobby Chaffin of Stiversville; a brother, Paul McKissick of Pulaski; five grandchidren, Daryl Thrasher, Dianne Williams, Kenny Pigg, David Pigg and Regina Pigg; eight great-grandchildren, Cori Beth Williams, Courtney Thrasher, Chase Thrasher, Chaffin Thrasher, Jason Pigg, Justin Pigg, Austin Strong and Makayla Strong. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Dorothy Fay Chaffin; and a great-grandchild, Colton Wyatt Williams. Active pallbearers are Daryl Thrasher, David Pigg, Kenny Pigg, Leonard Williams, Chris Sellers and Paul Blocker. Honorary pallbearers include Dr. Ben Gardner and the staffs of Hospice of Highland Rim, Maury Regional Home Health and NHC Hillview.
The Daily Herald, Columbia, Tennessee, Monday, June 4, 2001. Note: Sally's brother Paul McKissick died Feb. 14, 2002 and is buried in Giles Memory Garden in Pulaski. submitted by Judy B. Forgos 8/19/2009.