YOUNG'S CHAPEL CEMETERY, Youngs Chapel Rd., GILES COUNTY
FAUTT, Emma Alice Storey 12 Oct 1859 29 Sep 1931 (w/o James
Harvey Fautt; d/o Moses Shields and Susan Ann Zimmerman
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 21 Oct 1931 Fayetteville "Dr. Love"
Mrs. Alice Story Fautt died at Frankewing Sept. 29, 1931 minus a few days, native of South Bradshaw only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Story of blessed memory. She was buried at Young's Chapel where her parents, also three brothers were buried, Hugh, John, and Elmo Story. Surviving her are one son, Robert Fautt of Pulaski and one daughter, Mrs. H. L. Patterson of Frankewing; five grandchildren, also three brothers, R. F., and T. A. of Frankewing and Ross Story of Nashville. She was above the average for intelligence and a fine conversationalist. Services were held at the Chapel where Dr. Brown spoke the last words of eulogy for the dead also words of sympathy for the living. Her consort died when their children were babies and she had the responsibilityof teaching them right from wrong and succeeded. David said man's allotted time is three score years and ten. If by reason of strength he live four score yet shall his strength be labor and sorrow for it is soon cut off and we fly away. This declaration then proves to my mind that God will not take any man or woman before their allotted time expires. Nor does he cause any man or woman to die a premature death. Man possesses a living vital organism and God intended for him to live until he wore out like any other machine that man has invented. Therefore we are not going to charge God with taking any man or woman when they die a natural death. I was away from home when this good woman died, therefore, I couldn't write it sooner.
FAUTT, James Harvey 28 Jun 1862 28 Feb 1900 (h/o Emma Alice Story Fautt; s/o and Fautt)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 1 Mar 1900
Bunker Hill-Several from here attended the burial of James Fautt at Young's Chapel, which occurred Feb. 23 at his home near Bryson. The entire communityhas experienced a sore affliction in his death. The friend with whom we took sweet counsel is gone. He leaves his wife and little ones in great sorrow. We extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones and we can say, weep not, for he is at rest.