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YOUNG'S CHAPEL CEMETERY, Youngs Chapel Rd., GILES COUNTY TENNESSEE


WATSON, Beatrice Nelson 15 Jan 1891 No other date (w/o Charles W. Watson) md 20 Jun 1909 GCT (d/o____ and _____ Nelson)

WATSON, Charles W. 31 Mar 1885 17 Jun 1935 (h/o Beatrice Nelson Watson; s/o George Allen and Margaret Frances Story Watson)

WATSON, Ella Holt 01 Apr 1876 10 Jul 1915 (w/o Thomas Ira Watson) married 22 Mar 1896 Gi Co Tn (d/o ____ and _____ Holt)

Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 15 Jul 1915

Mrs. Thos. I. Watson died at her home at Bunker Hill Saturday night after a long painful illness borne patiently and with Christian submission. The burial took place Sunday at Young's Chapel after services by Rev. G. H. Turpin. Mrs. Watson was a member of the Presbyterian Church and was a good wife and mother and a dutiful daughter. She was the daughter of former Sheriff John F. Holt and is survived by her husband and five children, who have the sympathy of their friends in their bereavement.

WATSON, George Allen 17 Oct 1845 05 May 1913 (h/o 1. Fronie Curtis Watson) CSA Co. K, 1st (6th) TN Cav (h/o 2. Margaret Frances "Fannie" Story Watson; s/o Henry and Margaret Osburn Watson)

Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 08 May 1913

After being ill for several months, Geo. Allen Watson died at his home near Young's Chapel Monday at 11:30 o'clock. Mr. Watson was a prominent stock man and farmer, and served during the war in the Confederate Army. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church, being a member of Young's Chapel. He was one of the best citizens of the county and a Christian gentleman. A wife and eight children survive him. There are two daughters and six sons. Dr. Will H. Watson, of Decatur, being one of them. He also has two brothers, Isom and Ben Watson, who live near Bunker Hill. Funeral services were held over the remains at Young's Chapel at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon by Rev. G. H. Turpin, followed by interment in the church yard.

WATSON, George Erskine 25 May 1879 12 Feb 1899 (s/o George Allen and Margaret Frances "Fannie" Story Watson)

WATSON, Julius May "Pink" 29 Aug 1887 16 Apr 1964 (s/o George Allen and Margaret Frances "Fannie" Story Watson)

Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 22 Apr 1964

Funeral services for Julius Pinckney Watson, 76, a bachelor and a retired farmer, were held at 2 o’clock Friday afternoon at Young’s Chapel Presbyterian Church, with the rites conducted by the Rev. James T. Parsons, Methodist minister. Burial took place in the church cemetery. Mr. Watson died on Thursday, April 16, in Giles County Hospital. Born August 29, 1887, in Giles County, he was the son of the late George Allen Watson and Fannie Storey Watson. He was a member of Bethany Presbyterian Church. Mr. Watson has only one survivor, Mrs. Allen Aymett, Sr., with whom he had made his home in recent years. Pulaski Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

WATSON, Margaret Frances Story 15 Sep 1850 19 Dec 1917(w/o George Allen Watson) md 12 Dec 1872 GCT (d/o Thomas Marion and Lucy Cunningham Story)

Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 27 Dec 1917 WOODROW "Dr. Love"

Mrs. Fannie Watson is no more. A short time ago we wrote up the Watsons reunion and also a sketch of this subject and we heard that she was well pleased with what we said and now it will not be necessary to repeat some things said on that occasion. On Wednesday night, Dec. 19, 1917, death came to this home and robbed it of the greatest Jewel that had ever shone there. It was the mother. And like a thief in the night he did not tarry but claimed his own in about thirty minutes time after she had his final call. When stricken she called for help and told the family she was dying. The end came about eleven o'clock. This was a great shock to all of her children who were not expecting her death, and also her friends. Heart failure was the cause.
Another loving voice is hushed in silence, and her long days work has been well done. And while the children cannot come home to see their mother any more they can have another family reunion on a brighter shore. She was sixty-seven years old on Sept. 15 and was the last charter member of the Presbyterian Church at the Chapel that was organized in 1872 and where her body was conveyed to its last resting place Thursday afternoon, where a large crowd of sympathizing friends had assembled. Re. J. T. Wade conducted services, while Miss May McCracken presided at the organ. On arriving at the Chapel the first members of the family that we met were Mrs. Maxie Aymett and Mrs. Lucy Curtis with their husbands. The girls represented the picture of grief, and when we shook hands with them all, Maxie said, "Mr. Turner this is awful." They reminded me of our Saviour as he stood by the grave weeping for those he loved. So in him we have the picture of both human and divine blended in grief and to us this is a beautiful picture. In fact, we have seen worse pictures in this world than that of grief. And we decided that is good for us to sometimes have the fountain of grief opened up in our souls, while tears unbidden flow, for it brings us down to where we can look up to Him and say in pensive tones, Our Father who art in Heaven, Hallowed be Thy name, They Kingdom come Thy will be done, On Earth as it is in Heaven." Peace and love were the dominant traits in her character and the life of Mrs. Watson had been as tranquil, smooth, as a calm sea, and like the rose of summer had shed its fragrances on all who come in contact with her, one gave to the world some noble sons and daughters to be our friends and neighbors. And we hope that the dear friends will realize that to her death was only the gateway to the morning of eternal day, where she will bloom forever.

WATSON, Margaret 22 Jul 1919 20 Oct 1919(d/o Thomas Ira and Helen McLin Watson)

Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 23 Oct 1919
Little Marguerite Watson, daughter of Mrs. Thomas I. Watson of Frankewing, died Tuesdayafter a few brief months of life. The burial was at Young’s Chapel beside her father who passed away a few weeks ago.

WATSON, Samuel Means 25 Mar 1888 22 Jun 1911(s/o George Allen and Margaret Frances Story Watson)

WATSON, Thomas Ira 22 Jun 1874 17 Sep 1917 (h/o 1. Ella Holt Watson 2. Helen McLin Watson; s/o George Allen and Margaret Frances "Fannie" Story Watson)

Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 16 Oct 1919
Thomas I. Watson, aged about forty-three years died recently at his home at Frankewing, after an illness from several months resulting from influenza and which affected his heart. The burial was at Young’s Chapel, the Rev. W. M. Cook conducting services. Mr. Watson was the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Allen Watson, and at one time was the constable in Pulaski. At the time of death he was carrier on R. F. D. No 2 out of Frankewing and had been for several years. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church and was a man of many good qualities and who had many true friends. Mr. Watson is survived by his wife and six children; Mrs. Kate Williams, John and Frank, Miss Laura Frances and Leon, who were children by his first marriage with Miss Holt and Margaret, children of his second marriage with Miss McLin. There are also surviving the following brothers and sisters; Jack, Charlie and Pink, Mrs. Lucy Curtis and Mrs. Maxie Aymett.