NEW RAMIE CEMETERY, STIVERSVILLE, MAURY COUNTY TENNESSEE
DUGGER, Jonathan Hunt, Sr., (27 Jul) 1871 - (23 Sep) 1937. (Son Josiah A. & Harriet H. Dugger.)
DUGGER, Kate M., (8 Feb) 1872 - (16 Mar) 1945. (Note: Gravestone inscription error, Obit and death notices say she died 16 Mar 1946; Nee Frances K. McKissick; married J. H. Dugger, 20 Feb 1895.)
HARDISON, Clara Hunt, 23 Feb - 20 Mar 1924. 'Dau. of M/M J. E. Hardison.'
FOSTER, W. R. (Wm. Richard), (23 Apr) 1869 - (18 Apr) 1938, Papa. (Son Richard & Sallie Fleming Foster.)
FOSTER, Dora Dugger, 4 Feb 1869 - 17 Oct 1906. Wife. (Nee Harriet Dora, dau. Josiah A. & Harriet H. Dugger; mar. W. R. Foster on 27 Dec 1893.) The footstone stone (photo below) for the fostors says; PAPA 1869 - 1938 & MAMA 1869 - 1906.
Jonathan Hunt Dugger, Sr., aged 66, retired merchant and life-long resident of Stiversville, died at his home this morning at 8:45 o'clock. The son of the late Josiah A. Dugger and Harriet H. Blankenship Dugger, he was born and reared in the Stiversville community and was a member of the Church of Christ at that place. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Kate Dugger, three sons, Leon Dugger, of Dallas, Texas; Marshall Dugger, of Tuscumbia, Ala., and J. H. Dugger, Jr., of Stiversville, and two daughters, Mrs. Ethel Hardison, of Mt. Pleasant, and Mrs. Harriet Evans, of Lynnville. Funeral services were held at the Stiversville Church of Christ 24 Sep in the afternoon conducted by Elder James Harris, of Lawrenceburg. Pallbearers were be S. E. Dugger, Marcus Dugger, Paul Dugger, Bailey Scott, Frank Seagraves, Wade Richardson, W. A. Dugger, Evan Richardson, Milton Foster and Will Douglas. Burial was be in the new Raimey cemetery at Stiversville. Oakes & Nichols were in charge of arrangements.
Columbia Daily Herald, Thurs., Sep 23, 1937.
Mrs. John Hunt Dugger, Sr., died suddenly this morning at 4 o'clock at her home near Stiversville. Funeral arrangements have not been completed pending the arrival of relatives, but the services will be conducted at the Stiversville Church of Christ by Elder J.T. Harris, of Lawrenceburg, and Elder S. P. Lowery, of Nashville. Burial will be in New Ramey Cemetery. Mrs. Dugger was the daughter of the late W. R. and Frances Matthews McKissick, and was born, reared and educated in Maury County. She was a member of the Stiversville Home Demonstration Club and took part in other community activities. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Amos Evans, of Lynnville, and Mrs. Edward Hardison of Mt. Pleasant; three sons, John Hunt Dugger, Jr., of Maury County, Marshall Dugger, of Tuscumbia, Ala., and Leon Dugger, of San Antonio, Texas; two brothers, J. C. McKissick, of Cordell, Okla., and Elder J. T. McKissick of Abilene, Texas; and six grandchildren, one grandson in the Navy, Allen W. Hardison, now in the Pacific. Williams Funeral Home is in charge. Pallbearers will be John C., Charles and Seth McKissick, F. T. and W. L. Seagraves, Evan and James Richardson and Hugh Douglas. Columbia Daily Herald, Saturday, March 16, 1946.