CEMETERY, BOOKER FARM RD, (Western) MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE
known also as the LOVE CEMETERY.
The light colored stone near the tree, the other side of the boxtombs.
LOVE, L. D., 1869 - 1938.
LOVE, Annie D., (16 Nov) 1875 - (30 Mar) 1929. (Maury Co. native; Nee: Annie Delk Curry; d/o Nathan Whitfield & Martha Elizabeth [Liles] Curry; wife of L. D. Love, married 9 Jul 1891; 12 children)
MAURY COUNTIAN DIES SATURDAY
Mrs. Annie D. Love died Saturday afternoon at 6 O'clock at the King's Daughters Hospital. She was age 53 years & the wife of L.D. Love. She died Saturday afternoon at 6 o'clock at the King's Daughters Hospital where she was carried about ten days ago for an operation.
She was born and spent the greater part of her life in Maury County. Before her marriage to Mr. Love on July 9, 1891, she was Miss Curry. To this union was born twelve children of which the following ten still survive: Misses Lillian, Aline, and Jane Love and T.L. and L.D. Love, Jr. and James Love, all of Maury County, B.N. and J.A. Love, Mrs. Maury Thompson and Mrs. J.T. Osteen, of Marshall County. She is also survived by her mother, Mrs. M.E. Curry and one sister, Miss Lellia Curry of Maury County.
Deceased has been a member of the Church of Christ since early in life, was an excellent woman, and dutiful mother.
The body was carried to the parlors of the Maury Undertaking Company, being carried from there to South Point where the funeral was conducted at 2:30 o'clock by Elder W.S. Morton, with interment in the Love Cemetery. The following served as pall bearers: Jodie Osteen, Maury Thompson, C.H. Osborne and Julian Love.
Photos and information 18 Nov 2008. Published here 23 Nov 2008 by Wayne Austin. Updated for Biography on Annie D. 10 May 2010. Sent in by MB McClain.
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