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ESTES CEMETERY, Mt Pleasant Pike, MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE

ESTES, Frances A., 23 Sep 1851 - 23 Aug 1915. (Dau. John & Elizabeth Howard Alexander.)

PROMINENT WOMAN PASSES TO BEYOND
MRS. FANNIE ESTES DIES FROM HEART FAILURE MONDAY NIGHT. (Tuesday's Daily) 

Mrs. Fannie Estes, widow of the late J. D. Estes, died at her home near Mt. Pleasant at 10:30 o'clock on Monday night. She was sixty-four years of age and her death was occasioned by heart failure. She was a daughter of the late Capt. John N. Alexander. Mrs. Estes belonged to one of the most prominent families of the county, and was a woman of much personal charm. She was a devoted and conscientious member of the Methodist church for many years of her life. Her friends were very numerous, and she was well and favorably known over the county. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. R. H. Jennings, of Franklin, Mrs. Harry Hill, of Mt. Pleasant, and Mrs. W. K. Dunnavant, of California, and two sons, Wilbur and Russell Estes. One brother, W. H. Alexander, of Lynnville, and three sisters, Mrs. S. J. Thomas, Misses Johnnie and Nolie Alexander, are also left behind. The funeral will be held Wednesday morning at the Methodist church in Mt. Pleasant at 10 o'clock, conducted by Rev. J. W. Pearson. Interment will take place at the Estes burial ground near Sunnyside. Oakes & Nichols in charge.
Columbia Herald, Friday, 17 Aug 1915, page 1.

Submitted by Judy B. Forgos, 8/9/2009. Added here 11 Aug 2009 by C. Wayne Austin.