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2006 cemetery

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well, I have been wanting to take pictures of all the tombstones or which ever name you want to call the grave markers, and I have done it.
now the job will be getting them put on here and write a little about each one of them.
my plan is to do a small genealogy study of each one
like who ever is buried there, find out who their parents are and maybe who their kids are (nothing big like several generations)
so, I have started and took the pictures

who wants to help?????


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Anderson
Anderson
Lester E.
Mar 4, 1923 
Aug 31, 2000

Bonnie R.
Apr 17, 1930
(still living)


Married 14, 1948
Anderson

Lester E.
Mar 4, 1923
Aug 31, 2000

Bonnie R.
Apr 17, 1930
(still living)


Married 14, 1948

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Beulah Chapel Church of the Nazarene Cemetery
Anderson
Anderson
Arthur E. 
Mar 6, 1879 
May 16, 1968

Janettea P.
May 15, 1890
June 4, 1974



At Rest
Anderson

Arthur E.
Mar 6, 1879
May 16, 1968

Janettea P.
May 15, 1890
June 4, 1974



At Rest

Ball
Ball
Clarence Thomas
NOv 16, 1905
Mar 14, 1978

Delema Fleming
Dec 12, 1909
Mar 23, 1996

Married Oct 23, 1932

The Lord is My Shepherd I Shall Not Want
Ball

Clarence Thomas
NOv 16, 1905
Mar 14, 1978

Delema Fleming
Dec 12, 1909
Mar 23, 1996

Married Oct 23, 1932

The Lord is My Shepherd I Shall Not Want

Thomas Edward Ball
Oct 26, 1961
July 22, 1968

Jesus Loves Me

Charles Randall Ball
Feb 14, 1960
May 1, 1960

Now I lay me down to sleep
Ball

Thomas Edward Ball
Oct 26, 1961
July 22, 1968

Jesus Loves Me

Charles Randall Ball
Feb 14, 1960
May 1, 1960

Now I lay me down to sleep

Charles Randall Ball
Charles Randall Ball
Thomas Edward Ball
Thomas Edward Ball
July 6, 1965
March 21, 1994

Beloved Husband, Father and Son

We love you always
Christopher F. Ball

July 6, 1965
March 21, 1994

Beloved Husband, Father and Son

We love you always

Baines
Baines
John
Mar 31, 1927


Louise W.
July 1930


Singing in the Heavenly Choir
Baines

John
Mar 31, 1927


Louise W.
July 1930


Singing in the Heavenly Choir

Baines
Baines
Feb 16, 1913
Jan 19, 1998


In Loving Memory
Mary Bernice Kerr Baines

Feb 16, 1913
Jan 19, 1998


In Loving Memory

PVT US ARMY
World War II
Dec 22, 1920
Oct 18, 1982
Ray Baines

PVT US ARMY
World War II
Dec 22, 1920
Oct 18, 1982

PVT US ARMY
World War II
Dec 22, 1920
Oct 18, 1982
Ray Baines

PVT US ARMY
World War II
Dec 22, 1920
Oct 18, 1982

SSGT US ARMY
World War II
Mar 1, 1918
Mar 24, 1976
Stanley Baines

SSGT US ARMY
World War II
Mar 1, 1918
Mar 24, 1976

Bivens
Bivens
1906-1955
Clarence S. Bivens

1906-1955

1910-1984
Hazel K. Bivens

1910-1984

Baines
Baines
Robert S  
1894-1966

Josie F
1898-1983



Married 50 years
Baines

Robert S
1894-1966

Josie F
1898-1983



Married 50 years

Robert S  
1894-1966 

Josie F
1898-1983

    

Married 50 years
Baines

Robert S
1894-1966

Josie F
1898-1983



Married 50 years

Buckner
Buckner
Buckner
Buckner
Dorothy Mae Simpson
Dec 25, 1909
Mar 1, 1992

Loved by everyone
Buckner

Dorothy Mae Simpson
Dec 25, 1909
Mar 1, 1992

Loved by everyone

Dorothy Mae Simpson
Dec 25, 1909
Mar 1, 1992

Loved by everyone
Buckner

Dorothy Mae Simpson
Dec 25, 1909
Mar 1, 1992

Loved by everyone

May 30, 1919
May 23, 1992
E. Wayne Click

May 30, 1919
May 23, 1992

Click
Click
William C          
July 27, 1887      
March 15, 1979 
    
Augusta T
Aug 28, 1887
Jan 2, 1965

Thy word is light unto my path
Click

William C
July 27, 1887
March 15, 1979

Augusta T
Aug 28, 1887
Jan 2, 1965

Thy word is light unto my path

Click
Click
May 21, 1917
Mar 19, 2005
Bronce Henry Click

May 21, 1917
Mar 19, 2005

Born & Died
Dec 13, 1955

Our Darling
Judy Darleen Dawson

Born & Died
Dec 13, 1955

Our Darling

Dawson
Dawson
Joseph A   
b. Dec 23, 1927   
d. June 13, 1973 

Geneva S.
b. Aug 14, 1937
d. Dec 25, 2002
Dawson

Joseph A
b. Dec 23, 1927
d. June 13, 1973

Geneva S.
b. Aug 14, 1937
d. Dec 25, 2002

July 8, 1958
William David Dawson

July 8, 1958

Dawson
Dawson
Claude W.    
b. April 12, 1909  
d. Jan 1, 1978  

Irene R
b. May 3, 1907
d. June 15, 1992


Our Father Which Art In Heaven
Dawson

Claude W.
b. April 12, 1909
d. Jan 1, 1978

Irene R
b. May 3, 1907
d. June 15, 1992


Our Father Which Art In Heaven

Dawson
Dawson
Dawson
Dawson
Mar 1, 1889
Dec 7, 1961
Shade Dawson

Mar 1, 1889
Dec 7, 1961

Feb 17, 1912
Aug 13, 1980
Dovie N. Dawson

Feb 17, 1912
Aug 13, 1980

Claude Jr. Dawson
04-07-2002
Claude Dawson Jr. (April 7, 2002) Claude Dawson Jr. of Philadelphia, passed away Sunday, April 7, at the family home, following a lengthy illness. He was owner and operator of Dawson’s Barber Shop and a long-time bus driver for the McMinn County School System. He was a member of the Beulah Chapel Church of the Nazarene. He was 73. Preceded in death by: parents, Claude and Irene Dawson. Survivors include: wife of 53 years-Alma Guinn Dawson; Sons and daughters-in-law-Gary and Beverly Dawson and Fredy Eugene and Betti Dawson, all of Philadelphia; Daughter and son-in-law-Sharon and Earl Barnes of Philadelphia; Nine grandchildren; Twelve great-grandchildren; Six step-grandchildren; Sister-Marian Jaynes of Sweetwater; Brothers-Charles “Cotton” Dawson of Niota; and Ray Dawson of Sweetwater; A host of friends and relatives. Funeral services were 8 p.m., Tuesday, in Kyker’s Chapel with the Revs. Bill Dawson and Arthur Stansberry officiating. Interment will be 11 a.m., Wednesday, in the Beulah Chapel Church Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Beulah Chapel Church building fund.
Dawson

Claude Jr. Dawson
04-07-2002
Claude Dawson Jr. (April 7, 2002) Claude Dawson Jr. of Philadelphia, passed away Sunday, April 7, at the family home, following a lengthy illness. He was owner and operator of Dawson’s Barber Shop and a long-time bus driver for the McMinn County School System. He was a member of the Beulah Chapel Church of the Nazarene. He was 73. Preceded in death by: parents, Claude and Irene Dawson. Survivors include: wife of 53 years-Alma Guinn Dawson; Sons and daughters-in-law-Gary and Beverly Dawson and Fredy Eugene and Betti Dawson, all of Philadelphia; Daughter and son-in-law-Sharon and Earl Barnes of Philadelphia; Nine grandchildren; Twelve great-grandchildren; Six step-grandchildren; Sister-Marian Jaynes of Sweetwater; Brothers-Charles “Cotton” Dawson of Niota; and Ray Dawson of Sweetwater; A host of friends and relatives. Funeral services were 8 p.m., Tuesday, in Kyker’s Chapel with the Revs. Bill Dawson and Arthur Stansberry officiating. Interment will be 11 a.m., Wednesday, in the Beulah Chapel Church Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Beulah Chapel Church building fund.

Claude Jr. 
July 21, 1928 
Apr 7, 2002 

Alma W.
Aug 25, 1927
Oct 21, 2004

wed Aug 3, 1948

The Lord is My Shepherd I Shall Not Want

 


Alma W. Dawson
10-21-2004
Alma W. Dawson (Oct. 21, 2004) Alma W. Dawson, passed away on Oct. 21, at her home after a lengthy illness. A lifelong residence of McMinn County, she was employed by Carolyn’s Chenille of Sweetwater and Niota Textile for many years. She was 77. Preceded in death by: her husband, Claude Dawson, Jr.; parents, Walter and Sally Mae Guinn; brothers, Everett Guinn and Norman Guinn; and sister, Viola Guinn. Survivors include: sons and daughters-in-law- Gary and Beverly Dawson; and Fredy (Gene) and Betti Dawson; Daughter and son-in-law- Sharon and Earl Barnes, all of the Philadelphia Community. Brother-Dewain Guinn of California Five grandsons and four granddaughters and 14 great-grandchildren; A host of friends and relatives. The body is at Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, where the family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday with the funeral to follow at 8 p.m. in Kyker’s Chapel with Rev. Bill Dawson officiating. The interment will be 2 p.m., Sunday in the Beulah Chapel Church of the Nazerene Cemetery. Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, in charge of arrangements.
Dawson

Claude Jr.
July 21, 1928
Apr 7, 2002

Alma W.
Aug 25, 1927
Oct 21, 2004

wed Aug 3, 1948

The Lord is My Shepherd I Shall Not Want




Alma W. Dawson
10-21-2004
Alma W. Dawson (Oct. 21, 2004) Alma W. Dawson, passed away on Oct. 21, at her home after a lengthy illness. A lifelong residence of McMinn County, she was employed by Carolyn’s Chenille of Sweetwater and Niota Textile for many years. She was 77. Preceded in death by: her husband, Claude Dawson, Jr.; parents, Walter and Sally Mae Guinn; brothers, Everett Guinn and Norman Guinn; and sister, Viola Guinn. Survivors include: sons and daughters-in-law- Gary and Beverly Dawson; and Fredy (Gene) and Betti Dawson; Daughter and son-in-law- Sharon and Earl Barnes, all of the Philadelphia Community. Brother-Dewain Guinn of California Five grandsons and four granddaughters and 14 great-grandchildren; A host of friends and relatives. The body is at Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, where the family will receive friends from 6 to 8 p.m. on Saturday with the funeral to follow at 8 p.m. in Kyker’s Chapel with Rev. Bill Dawson officiating. The interment will be 2 p.m., Sunday in the Beulah Chapel Church of the Nazerene Cemetery. Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, in charge of arrangements.

Dawson
Dawson
June 18, 1955
June 18, 1998

Daughter gave her Queen to be with Jesus
Vicki Ellen Dawson

June 18, 1955
June 18, 1998

Daughter gave her Queen to be with Jesus

Davis
Davis
James Ed
Aug 30, 1905
Nov 1, 2003

L. Bernice
Oct 31, 1910
Jan 13, 2004

Married Dec 24, 1924
Davis

James Ed
Aug 30, 1905
Nov 1, 2003

L. Bernice
Oct 31, 1910
Jan 13, 2004

Married Dec 24, 1924

Davis
Davis
In Remembrance
James Willard Davis
Mar 31, 1928
Nov 16, 1988
Davis

In Remembrance
James Willard Davis
Mar 31, 1928
Nov 16, 1988

SGT US ARMY
Korea
March 31, 1928
Nov 16, 1988
James Willard Davis

SGT US ARMY
Korea
March 31, 1928
Nov 16, 1988

Davis
Davis
Donald R. Davis
Aug 30, 1935
July 26, 1956

Donald R. Davis
Aug 30, 1935
July 26, 1956

John E.        
Aug 31, 1877
Nov 18, 1964


Elvinia Thomas
Jan 23, 1907
Jan 23, 1992
Emerson

John E.
Aug 31, 1877
Nov 18, 1964


Elvinia Thomas
Jan 23, 1907
Jan 23, 1992

Foxx
Foxx
Apr 3, 1947
Dec 16, 1973

Gone but not forgotten
Clarence Douglas Foxx

Apr 3, 1947
Dec 16, 1973

Gone but not forgotten

Frank
Frank
Mar 8, 1906
Dec 1, 1981
Ida Mae West Frank

Mar 8, 1906
Dec 1, 1981

June 20, 1906
Jan 17, 1956
Lester B. Frank

June 20, 1906
Jan 17, 1956

Fleming
Fleming
John F
Dec 25, 1862
Sept 29, 1942

Martha A.
Aug 2, 1871
July 18, 1948

A Sleep in Jesus
Fleming

John F
Dec 25, 1862
Sept 29, 1942

Martha A.
Aug 2, 1871
July 18, 1948

A Sleep in Jesus

Jan 23, 1907
Dec 12, 1961

Death is eternal life, why should we weep
Ivins C. Fleming

Jan 23, 1907
Dec 12, 1961

Death is eternal life, why should we weep

Ozella Fleming
05-01-2000
Ozella Fleming (May 1, 2000) Ozella Fleming of Sweetwater, passed away May 1, at Wood Presbyterian Home. She was a member of Beulah’s Chapel Church. She was 91. Preceded in death by: husband, George Lenore (G.L.) Fleming; parents, Patrick and Minnie Jones Newman; and twin grandchildren. Survivors include: daughters-Mrs. James (Mildred) Love of Sweetwater; Mrs. Aline Moore of Niota; Mrs. Kenneth (Jimmie) Foster of Goldsboro, N.C.; Sons-LeRoy Fleming of Sweetwater; Carl Fleming of Niota; and Bryan Fleming of Fairfax, Va.; 15 grandchildren; Seven great-grandchildren; Four great-great-grandchildren; Sister-Audrey Schultz of Savannah, Mo.; Several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m., Wednesday, in Sweetwater Memory Chapel. Funeral will follow at 8 p.m. with the Revs. Bill Dawson and Hartsell Amburn officiating. Family and friends will meet at Beulah’s Chapel Cemetery at 9:50 a.m. Thursday, for a 10 a.m. burial. Memorials may be made to Beulah’s Chapel Cemetery, 270 County Road 231, Niota, Tenn. 37826. Sweetwater Memory Chapel, in charge of arrangements.
Fleming

Ozella Fleming
05-01-2000
Ozella Fleming (May 1, 2000) Ozella Fleming of Sweetwater, passed away May 1, at Wood Presbyterian Home. She was a member of Beulah’s Chapel Church. She was 91. Preceded in death by: husband, George Lenore (G.L.) Fleming; parents, Patrick and Minnie Jones Newman; and twin grandchildren. Survivors include: daughters-Mrs. James (Mildred) Love of Sweetwater; Mrs. Aline Moore of Niota; Mrs. Kenneth (Jimmie) Foster of Goldsboro, N.C.; Sons-LeRoy Fleming of Sweetwater; Carl Fleming of Niota; and Bryan Fleming of Fairfax, Va.; 15 grandchildren; Seven great-grandchildren; Four great-great-grandchildren; Sister-Audrey Schultz of Savannah, Mo.; Several nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m., Wednesday, in Sweetwater Memory Chapel. Funeral will follow at 8 p.m. with the Revs. Bill Dawson and Hartsell Amburn officiating. Family and friends will meet at Beulah’s Chapel Cemetery at 9:50 a.m. Thursday, for a 10 a.m. burial. Memorials may be made to Beulah’s Chapel Cemetery, 270 County Road 231, Niota, Tenn. 37826. Sweetwater Memory Chapel, in charge of arrangements.

G. L. George Lenore
June 29, 1901
Aug 31, 1992

Ozella Newman
Dec 16, 1908
May 1, 2000

gone but not forgotten

Ozella Fleming
(May 1, 2000)
Ozella Fleming of Sweetwater, passed away May 1, at Wood Presbyterian Home. She was a member of Beulah’s Chapel Church. 
She was 91.
Preceded in death by: husband, George Lenore (G.L.) Fleming; parents, Patrick and Minnie Jones Newman; and twin grandchildren.
Survivors include: daughters-Mrs. James (Mildred) Love of Sweetwater; Mrs. Aline Moore of Niota; Mrs. Kenneth (Jimmie) Foster of Goldsboro, N.C.;
Sons-LeRoy Fleming of Sweetwater; Carl Fleming of Niota; and Bryan Fleming of Fairfax, Va.;
15 grandchildren;
Seven great-grandchildren; 
Four great-great-grandchildren;
Sister-Audrey Schultz of Savannah, Mo.;
Several nieces and nephews.
The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m., Wednesday, in Sweetwater Memory Chapel. Funeral will follow at 8 p.m. with the Revs. Bill Dawson and Hartsell Amburn officiating. Family and friends will meet at Beulah’s Chapel Cemetery at 9:50 a.m. Thursday, for a 10 a.m. burial. Memorials may be made to Beulah’s Chapel Cemetery, 270 County Road 231, Niota, Tenn. 37826. Sweetwater Memory Chapel, in charge of arrangements.
Fleming

G. L. George Lenore
June 29, 1901
Aug 31, 1992

Ozella Newman
Dec 16, 1908
May 1, 2000

gone but not forgotten

Ozella Fleming
(May 1, 2000)
Ozella Fleming of Sweetwater, passed away May 1, at Wood Presbyterian Home. She was a member of Beulah’s Chapel Church.
She was 91.
Preceded in death by: husband, George Lenore (G.L.) Fleming; parents, Patrick and Minnie Jones Newman; and twin grandchildren.
Survivors include: daughters-Mrs. James (Mildred) Love of Sweetwater; Mrs. Aline Moore of Niota; Mrs. Kenneth (Jimmie) Foster of Goldsboro, N.C.;
Sons-LeRoy Fleming of Sweetwater; Carl Fleming of Niota; and Bryan Fleming of Fairfax, Va.;
15 grandchildren;
Seven great-grandchildren;
Four great-great-grandchildren;
Sister-Audrey Schultz of Savannah, Mo.;
Several nieces and nephews.
The family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m., Wednesday, in Sweetwater Memory Chapel. Funeral will follow at 8 p.m. with the Revs. Bill Dawson and Hartsell Amburn officiating. Family and friends will meet at Beulah’s Chapel Cemetery at 9:50 a.m. Thursday, for a 10 a.m. burial. Memorials may be made to Beulah’s Chapel Cemetery, 270 County Road 231, Niota, Tenn. 37826. Sweetwater Memory Chapel, in charge of arrangements.

Anna Darlene Fleming
Aug 30, 1959
Aug 31, 1959

Nancy Carlene Fleming
Aug 30, 1959
Sept 1, 1959
Fleming

Anna Darlene Fleming
Aug 30, 1959
Aug 31, 1959

Nancy Carlene Fleming
Aug 30, 1959
Sept 1, 1959

Anna Darlene Fleming
Anna Darlene Fleming
Nancy Carlene Fleming
Nancy Carlene Fleming
Brittaney Nichol
Mar 25, 1989
Oct 25, 1990 

Amber Leigh
Mar 25, 1989
June 6, 1989

In loving memory
Generazio

Brittaney Nichol
Mar 25, 1989
Oct 25, 1990

Amber Leigh
Mar 25, 1989
June 6, 1989

In loving memory

Twins
Twins
Hastings
Hastings
J. W. 
Feb 27, 1875
May 23, 1973

Lydia J.
Dec 13, 1877
May 26, 1963

Gone but not forgotten
Hastings

J. W.
Feb 27, 1875
May 23, 1973

Lydia J.
Dec 13, 1877
May 26, 1963

Gone but not forgotten

Marchie Anderson Hughes
12-17-2004
Marchie Anderson Hughes (Dec. 17, 2004) Marchie Anderson Hughes of Sweetwater, passed away Friday, Dec. 17. Mrs. Hughes was a member of the First Assembly of God Church in Sweetwater. She was 96. Preceded in death by: her parents, Arthur and Janetta Anderson; husband, Cleo “C.H.” Hughes; infant daughter, Mary Jo Hughes; brother, Lester Anderson. Survivors include-daughter and son-in-law-Doris and Ronnie Slack of Harriman; Son and daughter–in-law-Doyle and Linda Hughes of Sweetwater; Grandsons and wives-Chris and Linda Hughes, Chad and Christy Hughes and David Slack; Granddaughter and husband-Dawn and Russell Jenkins; Great-grandchildren-Caleb Hughes and Rebecca Carter; Sisters-Virla Foster of Cleveland; and Ruth Anderson of Niota; Sister-in-law-Bonnie Anderson of Niota; Several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were 8 p.m., Sunday, in Kyker’s Chapel with Rev. Larry Orr and Rev. Bill Dawson officiating. Interment was 2 p.m., Monday in the Beulah Chapel Church Cemetery.
Hughes

Marchie Anderson Hughes
12-17-2004
Marchie Anderson Hughes (Dec. 17, 2004) Marchie Anderson Hughes of Sweetwater, passed away Friday, Dec. 17. Mrs. Hughes was a member of the First Assembly of God Church in Sweetwater. She was 96. Preceded in death by: her parents, Arthur and Janetta Anderson; husband, Cleo “C.H.” Hughes; infant daughter, Mary Jo Hughes; brother, Lester Anderson. Survivors include-daughter and son-in-law-Doris and Ronnie Slack of Harriman; Son and daughter–in-law-Doyle and Linda Hughes of Sweetwater; Grandsons and wives-Chris and Linda Hughes, Chad and Christy Hughes and David Slack; Granddaughter and husband-Dawn and Russell Jenkins; Great-grandchildren-Caleb Hughes and Rebecca Carter; Sisters-Virla Foster of Cleveland; and Ruth Anderson of Niota; Sister-in-law-Bonnie Anderson of Niota; Several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were 8 p.m., Sunday, in Kyker’s Chapel with Rev. Larry Orr and Rev. Bill Dawson officiating. Interment was 2 p.m., Monday in the Beulah Chapel Church Cemetery.

Cleo H.
Aug 5, 1911
Sept 5, 1986

Marchie A.
Mar 26, 1908
Dec 17, 2004

Married Mar 26, 1938

Gone but not forgotten
Cleo & Marchie Hughes

Cleo H.
Aug 5, 1911
Sept 5, 1986

Marchie A.
Mar 26, 1908
Dec 17, 2004

Married Mar 26, 1938

Gone but not forgotten

Apr 2, 1939

our darling
Mary Jo Hughes

Apr 2, 1939

our darling

Huey
Huey
Michael Joseph
Sept 8, 1950 


Kathy Dawson
Nov 20, 1956


Married Mar 3, 2001
Huey

Michael Joseph
Sept 8, 1950


Kathy Dawson
Nov 20, 1956


Married Mar 3, 2001

Ingram
Ingram
Edd H.   
b. March 23, 1878  
d. Sept 16, 1951


Bettie Lou  
b. Sept 2, 1889   
d. April 22, 1946


Until the day breaks and the shadows flee
Edd & Bettie Lou Ingram

Edd H.
b. March 23, 1878
d. Sept 16, 1951


Bettie Lou
b. Sept 2, 1889
d. April 22, 1946


Until the day breaks and the shadows flee

Tennessee
SP3  558  ORDNANCE CO
July 20, 1934
July 22, 1956
Howard Lebron Ingram

Tennessee
SP3 558 ORDNANCE CO
July 20, 1934
July 22, 1956

Ingram
Ingram
Lillian Mae                
b. Jan 15, 1909               
d. July 23, 1999 

 
Howard H.
b. Nov 22, 1911
d. Mar 24, 2003           


At Rest in the Lord


Howard H. Ingram
03-24-2003
Howard H. Ingram (March 24, 2003) Howard H. (Bouy) Ingram of Sweetwater, passed away at 8:15 p.m., Monday, March 24, at Sweetwater Hospital. He was a resident of Sweetwater Nursing Center. He was 91. Preceded in death by: wife, Lillian Ingram; daughter, Wilma Thomas; and son, Howard LeBron (Buddy) Ingram. Survivors include: grandson-SFC Ronald Allen Thomas and wife, Jan of Fort Hood Lampassas, Texas; One great-granddaughter-Candice Nicole Thomas of Sweetwater; Sister-Vadra Dotson of Madisonville; Sister-in-law-Elizabeth Ingram of Sweetwater; Several nieces and nephews. Arrangements were incomplete. Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, is serving the family.
Howard & Lillian Ingram

Lillian Mae
b. Jan 15, 1909
d. July 23, 1999


Howard H.
b. Nov 22, 1911
d. Mar 24, 2003


At Rest in the Lord


Howard H. Ingram
03-24-2003
Howard H. Ingram (March 24, 2003) Howard H. (Bouy) Ingram of Sweetwater, passed away at 8:15 p.m., Monday, March 24, at Sweetwater Hospital. He was a resident of Sweetwater Nursing Center. He was 91. Preceded in death by: wife, Lillian Ingram; daughter, Wilma Thomas; and son, Howard LeBron (Buddy) Ingram. Survivors include: grandson-SFC Ronald Allen Thomas and wife, Jan of Fort Hood Lampassas, Texas; One great-granddaughter-Candice Nicole Thomas of Sweetwater; Sister-Vadra Dotson of Madisonville; Sister-in-law-Elizabeth Ingram of Sweetwater; Several nieces and nephews. Arrangements were incomplete. Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, is serving the family.

Sept 24, 1885
July 4, 1971
John G. Ingram

Sept 24, 1885
July 4, 1971

May 30, 1900
Sept 17, 1990
Anna B. Ingram

May 30, 1900
Sept 17, 1990

Ingram
Ingram
May 30, 1900
Sept 17, 1990
Anna B. Ingram

May 30, 1900
Sept 17, 1990

Sept 24, 1885
July 4, 1971
John G. Ingram

Sept 24, 1885
July 4, 1971

Tennessee
PVT ORD Dept
World War II
May 10, 1922  Nov 23, 1943
James T Ingram

Tennessee
PVT ORD Dept
World War II
May 10, 1922 Nov 23, 1943

Tennessee
PVT ORD Dept
World War II
b. May 10, 1922
d. Nov 23 1943
James T Ingram

Tennessee
PVT ORD Dept
World War II
b. May 10, 1922
d. Nov 23 1943

Ingram
Ingram
Ingram
Ingram
Richard A.
April 28, 1927
Dec 28, 1996

Elizabeth A.
Sept 27, 1931

Married July 19, 1948

Standing Somewhere in the shadows you'll find Jesus
Ingram

Richard A.
April 28, 1927
Dec 28, 1996

Elizabeth A.
Sept 27, 1931

Married July 19, 1948

Standing Somewhere in the shadows you'll find Jesus

Ingram
Ingram
Bruce H.
Aug 22, 1918
Mar 23, 1983

Parthenia S. Party
Oct 23, 1922
Oct 7, 2000

Married Feb 4, 1939

Love is Eternal
Ingram

Bruce H.
Aug 22, 1918
Mar 23, 1983

Parthenia S. "Party"
Oct 23, 1922
Oct 7, 2000

Married Feb 4, 1939

Love is Eternal

MOMM3 US NAVY
World War II
Aug 22, 1918
Mar 23, 1983
Bruce Harold Ingram

MOMM3 US NAVY
World War II
Aug 22, 1918
Mar 23, 1983

Elois Jeanne
Oct 28, 1939
Oct 30, 1939

Thomas Harold
Aug 19, 1940
Aug 19, 1940

Daughter and Son of
Bruce and Parthenia Ingram
Ingram

Elois Jeanne
Oct 28, 1939
Oct 30, 1939

Thomas Harold
Aug 19, 1940
Aug 19, 1940

Daughter and Son of
Bruce and Parthenia Ingram

Ingram
Ingram
Jaynes
Jaynes
There are no friends like old friends
through life's declining years
and when our faltering footsteps
reach the great divide we long
too meet our old friend
who wait the other side

There are no friends like old friends
through life's declining years
and when our faltering footsteps
reach the great divide we long
too meet our old friend
who wait the other side

Duncan
John D.        
b. June 6, 1930    
d. Sept 18, 2001 
John Duncan Jaynes of Sweetwater, passed away at 3:25 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 18, at the family home after a lengthy illness. He was a faithful servant of God and attended Beulah Chapel Church of the Nazarene. He was a veteran of World War II having served in the U.S. Army.
He was 71.
Preceded in death by: parents, Phillip Jaynes and Bessie Jaynes Skeen; sister, Volina Jaynes.
Survivors include: wife of 46 years-Marin Dawson Jaynes;
Aunts-Ruby Pettitt and Josie Randolph;
Godchildren-Michael Dawson, Tim Dawson and Brent Harden;
God-grandchildren-Travis, Alex and Cody Dawson, all of Sweetwater;
Several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were 8:30 p.m., Thursday, in Kyker’s Chapel with the Revs. Bill Dawson and Arthur Stansberry officiating. Burial was 11 a.m., Friday, in the Beulah Chapel Church Cemetery, with military honors provided by the Sweetwater VFW Post 5156. Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, in charge of arrangements. 



Marian E.
b. Aug 20, 1933
d. (still living)
Jaynes, John Duncan & Marian E.

"Duncan"
John D.
b. June 6, 1930
d. Sept 18, 2001
John Duncan Jaynes of Sweetwater, passed away at 3:25 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 18, at the family home after a lengthy illness. He was a faithful servant of God and attended Beulah Chapel Church of the Nazarene. He was a veteran of World War II having served in the U.S. Army.
He was 71.
Preceded in death by: parents, Phillip Jaynes and Bessie Jaynes Skeen; sister, Volina Jaynes.
Survivors include: wife of 46 years-Marin Dawson Jaynes;
Aunts-Ruby Pettitt and Josie Randolph;
Godchildren-Michael Dawson, Tim Dawson and Brent Harden;
God-grandchildren-Travis, Alex and Cody Dawson, all of Sweetwater;
Several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were 8:30 p.m., Thursday, in Kyker’s Chapel with the Revs. Bill Dawson and Arthur Stansberry officiating. Burial was 11 a.m., Friday, in the Beulah Chapel Church Cemetery, with military honors provided by the Sweetwater VFW Post 5156. Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, in charge of arrangements.



Marian E.
b. Aug 20, 1933
d. (still living)

PVT US ARMY
World War II
June 6, 1930
Sept 18, 2001

John Duncan Jaynes
09-18-2001
John Duncan Jaynes (Sept. 18, 2001) John Duncan Jaynes of Sweetwater, passed away at 3:25 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 18, at the family home after a lengthy illness. He was a faithful servant of God and attended Beulah Chapel Church of the Nazarene. He was a veteran of World War II having served in the U.S. Army. He was 71. Preceded in death by: parents, Phillip Jaynes and Bessie Jaynes Skeen; sister, Volina Jaynes. Survivors include: wife of 46 years-Marin Dawson Jaynes; Aunts-Ruby Pettitt and Josie Randolph; Godchildren-Michael Dawson, Tim Dawson and Brent Harden; God-grandchildren-Travis, Alex and Cody Dawson, all of Sweetwater; Several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were 8:30 p.m., Thursday, in Kyker’s Chapel with the Revs. Bill Dawson and Arthur Stansberry officiating. Burial was 11 a.m., Friday, in the Beulah Chapel Church Cemetery, with military honors provided by the Sweetwater VFW Post 5156. Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, in charge of arrangements
John Dorlin Jaynes

PVT US ARMY
World War II
June 6, 1930
Sept 18, 2001

John Duncan Jaynes
09-18-2001
John Duncan Jaynes (Sept. 18, 2001) John Duncan Jaynes of Sweetwater, passed away at 3:25 a.m., Tuesday, Sept. 18, at the family home after a lengthy illness. He was a faithful servant of God and attended Beulah Chapel Church of the Nazarene. He was a veteran of World War II having served in the U.S. Army. He was 71. Preceded in death by: parents, Phillip Jaynes and Bessie Jaynes Skeen; sister, Volina Jaynes. Survivors include: wife of 46 years-Marin Dawson Jaynes; Aunts-Ruby Pettitt and Josie Randolph; Godchildren-Michael Dawson, Tim Dawson and Brent Harden; God-grandchildren-Travis, Alex and Cody Dawson, all of Sweetwater; Several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were 8:30 p.m., Thursday, in Kyker’s Chapel with the Revs. Bill Dawson and Arthur Stansberry officiating. Burial was 11 a.m., Friday, in the Beulah Chapel Church Cemetery, with military honors provided by the Sweetwater VFW Post 5156. Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, in charge of arrangements

Jones
Jones
Oscar S.         
b. Aug 27, 1895 
d. Mar 8, 1962  


Carrie K
b. July 7, 1899
d. Mar 26, 1988


Gone but not forgotten
Oscar & Carrie Jones

Oscar S.
b. Aug 27, 1895
d. Mar 8, 1962


Carrie K
b. July 7, 1899
d. Mar 26, 1988


Gone but not forgotten

Daughter of
Mr & Mrs
Bert Jefferson
Mar 24, 1954
Oct 26, 1954

At Rest
Brenda Sue Jefferson

Daughter of
Mr & Mrs
Bert Jefferson
Mar 24, 1954
Oct 26, 1954

At Rest

infant son of
Mr & Mrs
G. T. Jefferson
Sept 13, 1940
Jefferson

infant son of
Mr & Mrs
G. T. Jefferson
Sept 13, 1940

Silas H. D.
1878-1957

Nancy H.
1878-1976
Kennedy

Silas H. D.
1878-1957

Nancy H.
1878-1976

Kennedy
Kennedy
Daughter of
Rev and Mrs Ralph Lee
Born & Died April 13, 1961
Betty Lee

Daughter of
Rev and Mrs Ralph Lee
Born & Died April 13, 1961

Feb 24, 1903
May 19, 2005
Mary A. Mitchell

Feb 24, 1903
May 19, 2005

Born & Died
Jan 6, 1957
Lisa Annette Murray

Born & Died
Jan 6, 1957

Daughter of Mr & Mrs Gilbert M. Murray
Feb 8, 1955
Feb 9, 1955
Brenda Joe Murray

Daughter of Mr & Mrs Gilbert M. Murray
Feb 8, 1955
Feb 9, 1955

Murray
Murray
Gilbert M.  
July 2, 1926
May 2, 2000

Helen M.
Oct 28, 1929
Murray

Gilbert M.
July 2, 1926
May 2, 2000

Helen M.
Oct 28, 1929

Newman
Newman
W.P. Newman    
b. 6, 1872     
d. July 9, 1961             

Minnie C
b. Nov 28, 1877
d. June 5, 1955


We have kept the faith
W.P. & Minnie Newman

W.P. Newman
b. 6, 1872
d. July 9, 1961

Minnie C
b. Nov 28, 1877
d. June 5, 1955


We have kept the faith

Nunley
Nunley
Oct 10, 1882
Dec 28, 1957
A. D. Nunley

Oct 10, 1882
Dec 28, 1957

April 26, 1893
June 8, 1987
Ethel R Nunley

April 26, 1893
June 8, 1987

Presswood
Presswood
Husband
Ola
Sept 27, 1931

Wife
Margaret A. B.
Nov 1, 1949


Gone but not forgotten


Ola Presswood in the 1940 Census
Age	 8, born abt 1932
Birthplace	 Tennessee
Gender	 Male
Race	 White
Home in 1940	
Shady Grove Road
Morgan, Tennessee
Household Members	 	Age
Head	 Walter Presswood	56
Wife	 Cora Presswood	33
Son	 James Presswood	15
Son	 Junior Presswood	10
Son	Ola Presswood 	8
Son	 Gene Presswood	4
Presswood

Husband
Ola
Sept 27, 1931

Wife
Margaret A. B.
Nov 1, 1949


Gone but not forgotten


Ola Presswood in the 1940 Census
Age 8, born abt 1932
Birthplace Tennessee
Gender Male
Race White
Home in 1940
Shady Grove Road
Morgan, Tennessee
Household Members Age
Head Walter Presswood 56
Wife Cora Presswood 33
Son James Presswood 15
Son Junior Presswood 10
Son Ola Presswood 8
Son Gene Presswood 4

Feb 2, 1884
Jan 22, 1961

At Rest
Walter W. Presswood

Feb 2, 1884
Jan 22, 1961

At Rest

Oct 16, 1855
Feb 6, 1951

Put all your trust in Jesus
We know His worl is true
He bled and died upon the cross
For men like me and you.
H.W. Pristwood

Oct 16, 1855
Feb 6, 1951

Put all your trust in Jesus
We know His worl is true
He bled and died upon the cross
For men like me and you.

Price
Price
Mar 27, 1920
Jan 7, 1972
Lloyd R. Price

Mar 27, 1920
Jan 7, 1972

Feb 8, 1950
Feb 11, 1950
Jimmy Ray Price

Feb 8, 1950
Feb 11, 1950

Girtie Riddle Ridenour
Feb 24, 1921
Dec 16, 1961

Girtie Riddle Ridenour
Feb 24, 1921
Dec 16, 1961

CPL US ARMY
KOREA
Sept 29, 1931
Oct 22, 2002

Your Little Girl Will Miss You I Love You Sissie
Jessie Franklin Renfroe

CPL US ARMY
KOREA
Sept 29, 1931
Oct 22, 2002

Your Little Girl Will Miss You I Love You Sissie

Renfroe
Renfroe
Dec 19, 1955
Aug 14, 1996

Go rest high on that mountain
Charles F. Renfroe

Dec 19, 1955
Aug 14, 1996

Go rest high on that mountain

Daughter of
Jerry and Betty Renfroe
July 29, 1961
Nov 20, 1961
Judith Renee Renfroe

Daughter of
Jerry and Betty Renfroe
July 29, 1961
Nov 20, 1961

Redmond
Redmond
C. E. Curley
August 6, 1900
September 3, 1972

Florence F.
December 21, 1903
February 14, 1955

Thy Will Be Done
Redmond

C. E. "Curley"
August 6, 1900
September 3, 1972

Florence F.
December 21, 1903
February 14, 1955

Thy Will Be Done

CPL US ARMY
KOREA
Sept 4, 1928
Aug 25, 1985
Charles E Redmond Jr

CPL US ARMY
KOREA
Sept 4, 1928
Aug 25, 1985

US ARMY
World War II
Nov 28, 1923
June 3, 2000
Elroy Richeson

US ARMY
World War II
Nov 28, 1923
June 3, 2000

Richeson
Richeson
Audra I.   
May 24, 1925    
Dec 8, 2002     


Elroy
Nov 28, 1923
June 3, 2000


In God's Care

(he was born with last name spelled Richesin but durning the Army, it was changed to Richeson and he never got it changed back)
Richeson

Audra I.
May 24, 1925
Dec 8, 2002


Elroy
Nov 28, 1923
June 3, 2000


In God's Care

(he was born with last name spelled Richesin but durning the Army, it was changed to Richeson and he never got it changed back)

May 20, 1933
Aug 20, 1960
Virginia Mae Reynolds Richesin

May 20, 1933
Aug 20, 1960

Charles T.
April 21, 1897
Feb 9, 1972

Dicie Terry
Apr 11, 1897
Jan 24, 1970
Richesin

Charles T.
April 21, 1897
Feb 9, 1972

Dicie Terry
Apr 11, 1897
Jan 24, 1970

Richesin
Richesin
Charles T, Richesin
Charles T, Richesin
Dicie Terry Richesin
Dicie Terry Richesin
Scruggs
Scruggs
Thomas G.
July 13, 1897
March 26, 1966

Lucille C.
June 13, 1899
Dec 28, 1977
Scruggs

Thomas G.
July 13, 1897
March 26, 1966

Lucille C.
June 13, 1899
Dec 28, 1977

Thomas C. Scruggs
Thomas C. Scruggs
Lucille C. Scruggs
Lucille C. Scruggs
Simpson
Simpson
John F        
Oct 8, 1886   
Jan 28, 1968 

 
Mattie L
July 8, 1885
Aug 9, 1956

May they rest in peace
Simpson

John F
Oct 8, 1886
Jan 28, 1968


Mattie L
July 8, 1885
Aug 9, 1956

May they rest in peace

Simpson
Simpson
John F. 
Oct 8, 1886  
Jan 28, 1968  

Mattie L.
July 8, 1885
Aug 9, 1956

May they rest in peace
Simpson

John F.
Oct 8, 1886
Jan 28, 1968

Mattie L.
July 8, 1885
Aug 9, 1956

May they rest in peace

Stiner
Stiner
   Ruth     
1892-1996   

   P. J.
1892-1949

Asleep in Jesus
Stiner

Ruth
1892-1996

P. J.
1892-1949

Asleep in Jesus

Thompson
Thompson
Hugh L.      
b. Mar 31, 1883
d. May 20, 1962    

Lula Ingram
b. Oct 29, 1884
d. Dec 15, 1950

Resting until the resurrection morn
Thompson

Hugh L.
b. Mar 31, 1883
d. May 20, 1962

Lula Ingram
b. Oct 29, 1884
d. Dec 15, 1950

Resting until the resurrection morn

Dec 31, 1976
Sept 5, 1955

At Rest
Laura Ingram Thompson

Dec 31, 1976
Sept 5, 1955

At Rest

Thomas
Thomas
b. Jan 19, 1932
d. Dec 16, 1954

At Rest
Wilma Ingram Thomas

b. Jan 19, 1932
d. Dec 16, 1954

At Rest

Tipton
Tipton
Ardell
June 7, 1919
Jan 19, 1992

Hazel Walker
Feb 20, 1923
Tipton

Ardell
June 7, 1919
Jan 19, 1992

Hazel Walker
Feb 20, 1923

Ardell
June 7, 1919
Jan 19, 1992
Tipton

Ardell
June 7, 1919
Jan 19, 1992

Feb 20, 1923
Tipton

Feb 20, 1923

Tilley
Tilley
Tilley
Tilley
Cardy M.
Sept 6, 1900
April 12, 1985

Nannie Mae
April 28, 1903
July 19, 1982

The Lord is My Shepherd
Tilley

Cardy M.
Sept 6, 1900
April 12, 1985

Nannie Mae
April 28, 1903
July 19, 1982

The Lord is My Shepherd

daughter of Mr & Mrs Cardy Tilley

Oct 4, 1942
Sept 1, 1945

At Rest
Rella Sue Tilley

daughter of Mr & Mrs Cardy Tilley

Oct 4, 1942
Sept 1, 1945

At Rest

Thompson
Thompson
Clifford  
July 17, 1927 
Oct 30, 1995

Irene W.
Dec 10, 1926
(still living)
Thompson

Clifford
July 17, 1927
Oct 30, 1995

Irene W.
Dec 10, 1926
(still living)

Underwood
Underwood
Bob
Robert E.   
Feb 5, 1936 
-------------
Betty Jean
Jan 18, 1938
May 5, 2000


Married Sept 17, 1965

-------------------

Robert Eugene “Bob” Underwood of Decatur, passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 6.  He attended Union McMinn Baptist Church of Niota.  

He was 72.

Preceded in death by: his wife, Betty Wattenbarger Underwood; parents, Will and Gussie Hill Underwood; sister, Cleo Underwood; brother, Harvey Underwood.

Survivors include: stepson and wife-J.C.  and Diane Crabtree Jr.;

Grandson and wife-John and Michelle Crabtree;

Great-grandsons-Spencer and Matthew Crabtree, all  of Decatur;

Sisters and brother-in-law-Alphenia Key of Ooltewah; Rosteen Price of Knoxville; Lorene and David Powers and Peggy Mashburn, all of Athens;

Brothers and sisters-in-law-T.F. “Bud” and Peggy Underwood of Bristol, Va.; Cecil and Marie Underwood of Decatur; 

Sister-in-law-Julia Underwood of Athens;

Daughter-in-law and husband-Ronnie and Vickie McCulloch of Sweetwater; 

Several nieces and nephews.  

The body is at Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, where the family will receive friends on Friday from 6-8 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted on Saturday at 10 a.m. in Kyker’s Chapel with Rev. Kenneth King officiating. Interment to follow in the Beulah Chapel of the Nazarene Cemetery. Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, in charge of arrangements.
Underwood

"Bob"
Robert E.
Feb 5, 1936
-------------
Betty Jean
Jan 18, 1938
May 5, 2000


Married Sept 17, 1965

-------------------

Robert Eugene “Bob” Underwood of Decatur, passed away on Wednesday, Aug. 6. He attended Union McMinn Baptist Church of Niota.

He was 72.

Preceded in death by: his wife, Betty Wattenbarger Underwood; parents, Will and Gussie Hill Underwood; sister, Cleo Underwood; brother, Harvey Underwood.

Survivors include: stepson and wife-J.C. and Diane Crabtree Jr.;

Grandson and wife-John and Michelle Crabtree;

Great-grandsons-Spencer and Matthew Crabtree, all of Decatur;

Sisters and brother-in-law-Alphenia Key of Ooltewah; Rosteen Price of Knoxville; Lorene and David Powers and Peggy Mashburn, all of Athens;

Brothers and sisters-in-law-T.F. “Bud” and Peggy Underwood of Bristol, Va.; Cecil and Marie Underwood of Decatur;

Sister-in-law-Julia Underwood of Athens;

Daughter-in-law and husband-Ronnie and Vickie McCulloch of Sweetwater;

Several nieces and nephews.

The body is at Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, where the family will receive friends on Friday from 6-8 p.m. Funeral services will be conducted on Saturday at 10 a.m. in Kyker’s Chapel with Rev. Kenneth King officiating. Interment to follow in the Beulah Chapel of the Nazarene Cemetery. Kyker Funeral Home, Sweetwater, in charge of arrangements.

Willie B          
b. Feb 15, 1925      
d. May 15, 2000 

Marlene Tilley
b. Nov 20, 1926
d. April 2, 1995
Wattenbarger

Willie B
b. Feb 15, 1925
d. May 15, 2000

Marlene Tilley
b. Nov 20, 1926
d. April 2, 1995

Willie B. Wattenbarger of Sweetwater, passed away May 15,2000 at Wood Presbyterian Home, after a lengthy illness. He was a member of Beulah Chapel Church of the Nazarene.
He was 75.
Preceded in death by: parents, Oscar and Mammie Ingram Wattenbarger; wife, Marlene Tilley Wattenbarger; sister, Betty Underwood.
Survivors include: spouse, Nina Sue Ingram Wattenbarger;
Son-Robert Wattenbarger of Decatur;
Daughter and son-in-law-Peggy and Arnold Watson of Niota;
Grandchildren-David Watson, Darrell and Rena Watson, all of Niota; Missy Wattenbarger of Decatur; and Jeanie and Vince Newman of Athens;
Eight great-grandchildren;
Brothers and sisters-in-law-Garland and Mildred Wattenbarger of Cleveland; Ray Wattenbarger of Athens; Keith and Marilyn Wattenbarger of Sweetwater;
Sisters and brothers-in-law-Irene Thompson of Sweetwater; Ruby and Ken Tilley of Niota; Wanda and Junior Monroe of Decatur; Janie and Glenn Foster of Ooltewah; and Bob Underwood of Decatur;
Several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Beulah Chapel Church of the Nazarene with the Revs. Bill Dawson, R.L. Davis and Arthur Stansberry officiating. Burial will follow in the Beulah Chapel Cemetery. The body will lie in state at the church from 1-2 p.m. prior to the funeral. Sweetwater Memory Chapel Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Willie B Wattenbarger

Willie B. Wattenbarger of Sweetwater, passed away May 15,2000 at Wood Presbyterian Home, after a lengthy illness. He was a member of Beulah Chapel Church of the Nazarene.
He was 75.
Preceded in death by: parents, Oscar and Mammie Ingram Wattenbarger; wife, Marlene Tilley Wattenbarger; sister, Betty Underwood.
Survivors include: spouse, Nina Sue Ingram Wattenbarger;
Son-Robert Wattenbarger of Decatur;
Daughter and son-in-law-Peggy and Arnold Watson of Niota;
Grandchildren-David Watson, Darrell and Rena Watson, all of Niota; Missy Wattenbarger of Decatur; and Jeanie and Vince Newman of Athens;
Eight great-grandchildren;
Brothers and sisters-in-law-Garland and Mildred Wattenbarger of Cleveland; Ray Wattenbarger of Athens; Keith and Marilyn Wattenbarger of Sweetwater;
Sisters and brothers-in-law-Irene Thompson of Sweetwater; Ruby and Ken Tilley of Niota; Wanda and Junior Monroe of Decatur; Janie and Glenn Foster of Ooltewah; and Bob Underwood of Decatur;
Several nieces and nephews.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Beulah Chapel Church of the Nazarene with the Revs. Bill Dawson, R.L. Davis and Arthur Stansberry officiating. Burial will follow in the Beulah Chapel Cemetery. The body will lie in state at the church from 1-2 p.m. prior to the funeral. Sweetwater Memory Chapel Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Nov 20, 1926
April 2, 1995
Marlene Tilley Wattenbarger

Nov 20, 1926
April 2, 1995

Wimberly
Wimberly
Luther G.
Oct 26, 1894
June 15, 1967

Georgie K.
Feb 12, 1911
June 11, 1996

Thy Kingdom Come
Wimberly

Luther G.
Oct 26, 1894
June 15, 1967

Georgie K.
Feb 12, 1911
June 11, 1996

Thy Kingdom Come

Wilson
Wilson
May 17, 1906
Aug 10, 1959
Robert Cecil Wilson

May 17, 1906
Aug 10, 1959

April 28, 1892
August 8, 1983

Mother
Cora Wilson Walker

April 28, 1892
August 8, 1983

"Mother"

Infant Son of
Mr & Mrs
H. T. Walker
December 15, 1953
infant son of Mr & Mrs HT Walker

Infant Son of
Mr & Mrs
H. T. Walker
December 15, 1953

t1%2f95%2f240395%2f4%2f63881706.4nOLdbW9.jpg April 16, 1870
Jan 30, 1958

Gone but not forgotten
Mother, Lou Cindy West

April 16, 1870
Jan 30, 1958

Gone but not forgotten

Wattenbarger
Wattenbarger
Oscar Will   
March 6, 1904   
May 20, 1995

Mamie Lee
June 15, 1909
June 7, 1996


Married April 29, 1924
Wattenbarger

Oscar Will
March 6, 1904
May 20, 1995

Mamie Lee
June 15, 1909
June 7, 1996


Married April 29, 1924

Daughter of Mr and Mrs
O. W. Wattenbarger
Born & Died
July 4, 1950
Helen Wattenbarger

Daughter of Mr and Mrs
O. W. Wattenbarger
Born & Died
July 4, 1950

May 19, 1902         
Aug 19, 1998

Loved by everyone

Ethel Mary Wattenbarger, of Sweetwater passed away Aug. 19, 1998 at Sweetwater Valley Convalescent Home. She was 96.She was a member of Mt. Zion Methodist Church in Meigs County.She was preceded in death by parents - Jim and Rhoda Fitch Wattenbarger.survivors: four nephews and five nieces; several great nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held 8 p.m. tonight, Aug. 21, in Kyker’s Chapel with Rev. Bill Dawson and Rev. Arthur Stansberry officiating. Interment is 11 a.m. Saturday in Beulah’s Chapel Cemetery. The family will receive friends 6-8 p.m. prior to the funeral at Kyker’s Funeral Home, Sweetwater. Sweetwater Memory Chapel in charge of arrangements.
Ethel M. Wattenbarger

May 19, 1902
Aug 19, 1998

Loved by everyone

Ethel Mary Wattenbarger, of Sweetwater passed away Aug. 19, 1998 at Sweetwater Valley Convalescent Home. She was 96. She was a member of Mt. Zion Methodist Church in Meigs County. She was preceded in death by parents - Jim and Rhoda Fitch Wattenbarger. survivors: four nephews and five nieces; several great nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held 8 p.m. tonight, Aug. 21, in Kyker’s Chapel with Rev. Bill Dawson and Rev. Arthur Stansberry officiating. Interment is 11 a.m. Saturday in Beulah’s Chapel Cemetery. The family will receive friends 6-8 p.m. prior to the funeral at Kyker’s Funeral Home, Sweetwater. Sweetwater Memory Chapel in charge of arrangements.

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