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(Thursday, March 11, 1909)
Died Wednesday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Thomason, widow of the late J. G. Thomason, died at her home three miles out on the Red River Road early yesterday morning. Before her marriage Mrs. Thomason was a Miss Belote, sister of Henry Belote of Castalian Springs, where she was born and reared. She was 71 years of age and had lived in this immediate vicinity for a long while, having at one time, many years ago, been proprietress of the old Sumner Hotel in Gallatin, a noted hostelry in its day. Deceased was a member of the Baptist Church and enjoyed the highest esteem of a large circle of friends. She is survived by six children. Misses Florence, Josie and Laura Thomason, and Mrs. Dr. Hager of Hartsville, and J. M. and Frank Thomason. The burial will take place at the Gallatin Cemetery this morning at 11 o'clock. *Gallatin Sumner County News

(Thursday, March 28, 1918)
Miss Laura Thomasson - Miss Annie Laura Thomasson died at 7 o'clock a. m. Tuesday at her home on the Red River Road. Her death resulted from pneumonia. Miss Thomasson was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Thomasson and was born at Hartsville, November 20, 1870. She come to Sumner County with her parents several years ago. She was a faithful member of the Baptist Church and a lady of beautiful Christian Character. Funeral services were conducted at the residence at 11 a. m. yesterday by Rev. M. B. Smith, pastor of the Gallatin Baptist Church. The burial followed at the Gallatin Cemetery. *Gallatin Sumner County News

(Saturday May 27, 1905)
Died in Texas. - News was received here this week of the death in Commanche County, Texas, of Mrs. Mary E. Thomasson, wife of John Thomasson. She was 59 years old and had lived in this county until about a year ago. The deceased was a sister of Jno. W. Newton of this place and a daughter of the late Harrison Newton. *Gallatin Sumner County News

Thomason - Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock June 30, 1948, at his home, Portland, Alfred Thomason, aged 79 years. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Lola Johnson, Mrs. Maude Slack, Mrs. Christine White, all of Portland, Mrs. Gladys Ozigwich, McDonald, Ohio; son, Fred Thomason of Portland; 10 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren; brothers, Willie Thomason of Platte City, Mo., Vinnie Thomason, Westin, Mo. Funeral services this Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Portland Baptist Church, conducted by Rev. Charles A. Jolly. Pallbearers, grandsons. Interment Maple Hill Cemetery. Cole & Garrett Funeral directors.

J. Morton Thomasson, well known and highly respected farmer of the 9th District, died at his home on the Red River Road Sunday morning at 3 o'clock. His death was due to a heart attack which he suffered a few weeks ago. Mr. Thomasson, the son of the late Dr. J. G. Thomasson, a prominent physician of Sumner County, and Mrs. Bettie Belote Thomasson, was born in this county 75 years ago. The deceased was liked and respected by all who knew him, and his dealings with his fellowman were honorable in every sense of the word. Surviving are his sisters, Misses Josie and Florence Thomasson; one brother, Frank Thomasson. He is also survived by two nephews, Robert and Morton Thomasson, and a niece, Miss Ada Mai Thomasson. Funeral services were held at the residence Monday afternoon, March 30th, at 2 o'clock, conducted by Rev. Dawson King and Elder H. L. Olmstead. The burial followed at the Gallatin Cemetery. *Gallatin Sumner County News - 1935-1937 - Roll #508


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