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HALL - At his home, nine miles on Dickerson Pike, Sept. 24, 6:05 p.m., Frank W. Hall, 61. Survived by his wife, Mrs. Cora Graves Hall, sons, W. D., F. G., and J. D. Hall; daughters, Mrs. G. H. Rawls, Hollywood, Fla., T. G. Clark, Chicago, Ill., sisters, Mrs. J. W. Ragan, Goodlettsville, Mrs. L. B. Cunningham and Mrs. J. D. Brake, Nashville. Funeral services will be conducted from New Bethal Baptist Church this (Monday), Sept. 26, at 2:30 p.m. by the Rev. J. C. Leeman. Pallbearers: Honorary, T. J. Lowe, W. F. Clark, G. W. Watkins, W. H. Naive, Herbert West, the Rev. H. F. Burns, Joe Cunningham and Enoch Cunningham. Active - W. W. Hitt, Odie Callis, T. J. Lowery, H. H. Leeman, S. J. Watkins and Earl Watts. Interment Spring Hill Cemetery. Cole & Garrett, Goodlettsville, in charge. *(Found within the 1927 listings.)

HALL - Thursday afternoon at 7:50 o'clock, October 4, 1934, at his home four miles on Louisville Pike, Sam B. Hall, age 83 years. Survived by wife, Mrs. Ellen Hall; son, H. B. Hall. Funeral services at the home this (Friday) afternoon at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Jim Crawford. Pallbearers: Honorary, A. J. Fisher, Jess Payne, B. M. Lassiter, H. C. Lassiter, H. C. Lassiter, T. F. Wilson, R. E. Harris. Active pallbearers: H. D., J. B. M. D. and Ken Lassiter, Tom and Harry Carr. Interment in Luton's Cemetery. Cole & Garrett, Goodlettsville, funeral directors.

HALL - Monday, June 9 1941, at the CCC Camp, Medford, Oregon, Robert Clay Hall, age 19 years. Survived by mother, Mrs. J. E. Coles; brother, Carl Ray Hall; half-brothers, Eugene, Roland and Elbert Coles, all of Goodlettsville; grandmother, Mrs. Owen Ricketts, Watertown, Tenn.; seven uncles, nine aunts. Remains will arrive at Union Station, Nashville, Tuesday morning June 17, at 7:30 o'clock and will be carried to Cole & Garrett, Donnellson, where funeral services will be conducted Wednesday afternoon, June 18, 2:00 o'clock by Elder Rawleigh Polk & Gerald Everest. Pallbearers: Honorary - S. J. Watkins, J. W. Ragan, W. C. Meyers, George W. Watkins, C. C. Brock, A. C. Dale, A. W. Sloan, A. E. Martin, W. E. Scott, Bryant Moore, Jesse Kemper, Frank Hunt. Active - Old Center Boy Scout Troop No. 43. Interment, Spring Hill Cemetery.

HALL - Monday afternoon at 3:50 o'clock, January 20, 1942, at a local hospital, Mrs. Willie Estelle Hall, age 41 years. Survived by husband, Leonard A. Hall; daughters, Mrs. Alvin Sarver, Mrs. Earl Webster, Misses Cleo and Ileo Hall; son, Arthur Bernard Hall; sister, Mrs. Lawrence Medlin, Nashville; brothers, Eldridge, John, Herschel and Charles Foster of Nashville, Leslie Foster, Los Angeles, Calf. Remains are at the home, 11 miles Gallatin Pike, where funeral services will be conducted Thursday morning, January 22, at 10:30 o'clock by Elder S. H. Hall. Pallbearers: Joe Hall, Bailey Hall, Alvin Sarver, Earl Webster, Lawrence Medlin, E. W. Lampley. Interment Williams Cemetery, White Bluff, Tenn. Cole & Garrett, funeral directors, Goodlettsville.

HALL - Sunday, November 5, 1944, near San Clemente, Calf., 2nd Lt. Marion Dallas Hall, Jr., U. S. M. Air Forces. Survived by his parents, M. D. and Mary L. Hall, Greenbrier; brothers, Billy and Roy David; sisters, Betty Jean, Peggy Martha, Shirley, Margaret and Linda, all of Greenbrier; Mrs. Dorothy Steele, California. Remains arrived in Nashville at 6:30 Sunday morning, November 12, and were carried to the home of his parents. Funeral services Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Bethel Baptist Church, conducted by Revs. W. B. Woodall and Wayne Dehoney. Pallbearers: Miss Charlene Willis and the following classmates of Greenbrier High School: Mrs. Dorothy Walker Bracy, Misses Lucy Sutter, Evelyn Faires, Edna Ann Faires and Eleanor Choate. Military honors at the grave. Interment Spring Hill Cemetery. Cole & Garrett, funeral directors.

HALL - Sunday evening, November 9, 1947, at a local infirmary, Baby Hall, infant daughter of Joe B. and Barbara Fore Hall of Old Hickory. Prayers at the grave, Spring Hill Cemetery, this Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock by Rev. N. Burch Tucker. Cole & Garrett, Goodlettsville, Funeral Directors.

HALL - Thursday morning at &:30 o'clock, Aug. 11, 1949, at a local infirmary, Mrs. Clara Jones Hall, aged 69 years. Survived by husband, J. F. Hall, Edenwold; sons, Joe B. Hall, Old Hickory, Walter B. Hall, Madison; daughter, Mrs. Elsie Jackson, Madison; 12 grandchildren; 4 great-grandchildren; brother, Arthur Jones, Madison; sister, Mrs. Berta Hall, White Bluff. Remains at the Cole & Garrett Funeral Home where funeral services will be conducted Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, conducted by Elder S. H. Hall. Pallbearers: Stanley Lillie, Perry Underwood, Earl Webster, Fred Allen, Jimmy Bryant, Joe Gaines, Alvin Sarver. Interment Williams Cemetery, White Bluff.

HALL - White House, Tenn. - October 6, 1949, at 9 p. m. at her home, New Deal Community, Mrs. Dicie Rigsby Hall, age 88 years. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Willie Hall, Fountain Head, Tenn., Mrs. Eddie Flatt, Cottontown, Tenn., Mrs. Mary Pool, Portland, Tenn.; son, Alfred Hall, Madison, Tenn.; 18 grandchildren. Remains are at the home as above. Funeral services this (Friday) at 2 p. m. from the New Deal Church of Christ conducted by Rev. Harry Civils. Interment Rigsby Family Cemetery. Cole & Garrett, funeral directors.


Sumner County, Tennessee Obituary Index

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