LYNNWOOD CEMETERY, Lynnville, GILES COUNTY, TENNESSEE
BIRDSONG, Beulah, 22 Sep 1866 - 16 Feb 1932.
"Gone but not forgotten" (Lynnville, Giles Co. native; d. at the home of
Dud Parsons, her brother-in-law; 1st husband was Joe Parsons; 2nd mar. Joseph
Presley Birdsong; tombstone has fallen off base and on the ground. "The
Record", February 24, 1932.
--MRS. PRESLEY BIRDSONG-
Mrs. Presley Birdsong, 65, a highly esteemed woman of the Lynnville section, died at the home of Dud Parsons, her brother-in-law, following a lingering illness. Mrs. Birdsong before her marriage, was Miss Beulah Reeves and her first husband was Joe Parsons, brother of Dud Parsons and John Parsons, Mayor of Lynnville. After his death, she married Presley Birdsong, who died several years ago, and she is survived only by one granddaughter, Mrs. Evans Orr of Mooresville, and two brothers, Tom and Sim Reeves of Lawrence County. Mrs. Birdsong was a member of the Church of Christ, and funeral services were held at the home Wednesday morning, conducted by Elder Maurice Clymore of Pulaski. Burial was at Lynnwood Cemetery.
(Note) Beulah Parsons was born Sept. 22, 1866, Lynnville, Giles Co. TN & died Feb. 16, 1932 in Lynnville, Giles Co.". Ref: Rita Birdsong e-mail to Mary Bob ) section D 4611
Rita Birdsong e-mail to Mary Bob 8 Mar 2012