Number of rows returned: 23

Anna Marcel Brown
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1978-07-13
Article Name: Native Of Devonia Dies In Ohio
County: Anderson
City: Devonia
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Mrs. Anna Macel Brown, 68, of Blockhouse Valley Rd. Clinton Rt.4, died at around 3a.m Saturday in a Cleveland,Ohio hospital of a malignant brain tumor.She was the wife of Hobert Brown, a mining foreman who died in 1974. Mrs. Brown was a native of the Devonia community and the daughter of the late Joe and Pearlie Lowe. She was a member of Devonia Baptist Church and Petros Eastern Star Lodge 149. Survivors include a son, George E. Brown of Bedford Heights, Ohio, a sisters, Mrs. Minnie Lee Lowe of Clinton Rt.4, a half-sister, Mrs. Geraldine Craig of Michigan, and half-brother, Tommy Lee Lowe of Clinton Rt.4. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Holley Gamble Funeral Home chapel with the Rev.Tommy Burress and the Rev. Bryson Pride officiating.Burial was in Anderson Memorial Gardens.

Bessie Bunch Brown
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1944-04-20
Article Name: Mrs.Bessie B Brown
County: Anderson
City: Oliver Springs
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Mrs.Bessie Bunch Brown,45,of Oliver Springs,died in a Knoxville Hospital,April 15. The body was removed to the home of a brother,James F.Bunch in Oliver Springs. Funeral services were held Monday at 2p.m. at the Middle Creek Baptist Church with burial in the Davis Cemetery at Coalfield.The Rev.Dave McGlothin officiated with Sharp in charge

Bessie Ward Brown
Newspaper: Appalachian Observer
Article Date: 1990-08-08
Article Name: Bessie Ward Brown
County: Anderson
City: Briceville
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Bessie Ward Brown,76,of Brown's Flat Community,Briceville Rt.1,died Aug 1 at MethodistMedical Center of Oak Ridge. She was the daughter of Thomas and Mary Ellen Roysden Ward.A homemaker,Mrs.Brown was a member of Walden View Baptist.Her husband, William (Bill) Brown preceded her in death,a brother,Fred Ward,and a sister,Martha Beach,also died earlier.Survivors include five sons and daughters-in-law,Elmer and Annette Brown of Maryville,John L. and Joanne Brown of Clinton,William and Bobbie Brown of Briceville,and Leon and Carl Brown both of Brown's Flat,four daughters,Cora Milam of Cleveland,Ohio, Mrs.David (Glenna) Carroll and Mrs.Ed (Wilma) Braden,both of Oliver Springs,and Mrs.Earl (Zena) Bailey of Laurel Grove Community, two sisters,Della Brown of Lake City and Nellie Wilson of Jacksboro,34 grandchildren,and 20 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.Funeral services were held Sunday at Indian Bluff Baptist Church,Graves Gap Community,near Briceville.The Rev.Edwin Phillips,the Rev.Virgil Tackett and the Rev.Ernest Ward officiated.Burial was in Brown Cemetery in Briceville.

Carrie Brown
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1987-03-26
Article Name: Centenarian, Mrs. Brown Dies At Center
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier March 26, 1987 Centenarian, Mrs. Brown Dies At Center A native of East Wolf Valley who turned 100 on March 6, Mrs. Carrie Brown, died Saturday morning at Anderson County Health Care Center.Mrs. Brown had been living with her daughter in Clinton prior to entering the nursing home.A member of Zion Baptist Church when she was young, she moved her membership to the South Clinton Baptist Church in 1956.She provided land for Brown's Chapel in North Clinton, which later became Second Baptist Church.As a young woman, Mrs. Brown worked at Magnet Mills in Clinton.She enjoyed all types of needlework.Mrs. Brown was preceded in death ny her husband, James Brown, and two daughters, Mrs. Arthur (Jessie) Vincent and Mrs. (Herman) Johnnie Rhyne.She is survived by a daughter,Mrs. J.H. (Bill) McCoy of Clinton, eight grandchildren,25 great-grandchildren,26 great-great-grandchildren and one great-great-great-grandchild.Graveside services were held Sunday at the Zion Baptist Church with the Rev. Leonard Rhyne officiating.

Carrie Brown
Newspaper: Anderson County News
Article Date: 1924-04-19
Article Name: Electrocuted
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Anderson County News Sept. 23, 1924 Electrocuted Young Woman Touches High Voltage Wire Tuesday Miss. Carrie Brown, 19 years, daughter of John Brown, residing in the North section met death by electrocution Tuesday afternoon near the Fair Grounds, when she came in contact with an electric wire from the Light Company charged with 2200 voltage.The young woman and a girl friend were in a field near the Fair grounds gathering salad, when she attempted to cross under the live wire, not realisting her danger. She took hold of the wire to step under when she received the high voltage, produceing instant death.The remains were taken in charge by the Clinton Undertaking Company and funeral services held Wednesday.Interment at Sinking Springs. Deceased leaves her parents and four sisters to mourn her death.She was industrious young woman and formerly was employed at the hosiery mill. A pathetic incident in relation to the tragic death is said to be her hopeful funture in looking forword to becoming an early happy bride.This was the first death from electricity in Clinton since the lighting plant was established, and its tragic character has caused a deep pang of sorrow. As we understand the light company were not aware the wire was down., but others who knew did bother to report it. If people would be more thoughtful to report any obstructive danger to the proper officials it would not only be a kind act, but serve's protection to injury and fatality.

Dallas Brown
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1977-07-14
Article Name: Briceville Native Dies In Crash
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier July 14, 1977 Briceville Native Dies In Crash Dallas Brown, 32, of Cleveland, Ohio., died July 6 in a Cleveland hospital of injuries received in a motorcycle crash. A native of Briceville, he and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arvil Brown, moved to Ohio in 1952. he worked at several jobs in Cleveland. Other survivors include a son, Cort M. Brown and a daughter, Kimberly Brown, of Cleveland, a brother, Philmore Brown of Briceville, and four sisters, Mrs. Shirley Jean Martinez, Mrs. Angela Mills and Miss. Barbara Brown of Cleveland, and Mrs. Virginia Kay Elkins of Nolan, W. Va. Funeral services were held Sunday at Laurel Grove Baptist Church with the Rev. Henry Duncan and the Rev. Edwin Phillips officiating. Burial was in Brown Cemetery near Briceville.

Edna Faye Brown
Newspaper: The LaFollette Press
Article Date: 2004-04-29
Article Name: Edna Faye Brown age 80 of LaFollette
County: Campbell
City: LaFollette
Submitted by Campbell GenWeb

Obituary Text: Edna Faye Brown age 80 of LaFollette died April 23, at St. Mary's Medical Center of Knoxville. She was a member of the Fincastle Church of God. Preceded in death by her parents, Samuel and Verna McLain; brother, Jessie Ray McLain; sister, Sandra Forth. Survivors include her daughters, Joan M. Bray and husband, Earl of LaFollette, Suzanne Evans and husband, Gene of Brooksville, FL; sons, Harold Eversgerd, Collinsville, IL and Michael Cote and wife, Sharon of Brooksville, FL; several grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren; several other relatives and friends. Funeral services were April 27 at Fincastle Church of God with Rev. Mike Smith officiating. Interment was at Powell Valley Cemetery and Memorial Gardens. Walters Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

Esquire W. L. Brown
Newspaper: The Sweetwater News
Article Date: 1923-12-27
Article Name: Esq. W. L. Brown Died Sunday
County: Loudon
City: Philadelphia
Submitted by Dick Wood

Obituary Text: Esquire W. L. Brown, died Sunday, December 24, at his home near Philadelphia, at the advanced age of eighty-two years, following a very brief illness. Funeral services were conducted from the late home Monday afternoon, followed by interment in the Philadelphia cemetery. The funeral was conducted by his pastor, Rev. J. B. Cresswell, assisted by Dr. S. T. Wilson, president of Maryville College and Rev. R. W. Dawson of Knoxville. Surviving Mr. Brown are three sisters, Nancy and Laura, of Philadelphia, and Virginia of California, and one brother, David, of Milan, O.; also thre sons and two daughters. They are Prof. C. B. Brown, principal of the Sweetwater Grammar School, Thos. G., of Milwaukee, Wis., John P., of Philadelphia, and Misses Hulda and Jane Brown of Philadelphia. All of the children were at his bedside. Mr. Brown was born at Kingston in 1840, and with his parents moved to Philadelphia in 1848. He was made ruling elder in Mt. Zion Presbyterian Church in 1874. He served as Justice of the Peace in the old fourth district of Loudon county from 1875 to 1912, and was a member of the state senate for the counties of Loudon, Blount, Monroe, and Roane in 1890. He was also a member of the board of directors of Maryville College, holding that office for thirty-nine years. His father was alsoa director of that college for a period of almost forty years.

Harold R Brown
Newspaper: LaFollette Press
Article Date: 2007-09-13
Article Name: Harold R Brown
County: Campbell
City: Jacksboro
Submitted by Campbell Genweb

Obituary Text: Harold R. Brown, age 86, of Jacksboro, joined his Lord and Savior on Sept.10. He was a graduate of Moody Bible College and was in the Ministry some thirty-five years and a faithful member of the East Jacksboro Baptist Church where he taught the Men's Adult Class for a number of years. He retired to Tennessee in 1986 and joined the team at Wal-Mart where he worked until sickness forced his retirement. He most enjoyed studying his Bible and preparing young men for the ministry. He also loved wood working and oil painting. He was preceded in death by his sons, Robert and Timmy Brown of Portage, Ind. and Michael Svaco of Jacksboro; grandson, Jimmy Brown of Greenbay, WI:. brothers, John, Melvin,Calvin, and David Brown of CA. He is survived by his loving wife, Joyce Ayers Brown; sons and daughters-in-law, David and Betty Brown of Portage, IN, Dale and Connie Brown of Surprize, AZ; daughters and sons in law. Karen and Ron Hale of Portage, IN, Judy and Teddy Jones, Jean and Jim Pritchard, all of Glendale, Az., Kim and Scott Millsaps of Knoxville; sister, Betty Tackett of Homestead, CA; several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sept. 12 with Pastor Jimmy Ault officiating. Interment will be at 11 a.m. on Sept. 13 at the Woodlawn Cemetery. Cross Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

Horace S.Brown
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1978-05-11
Article Name: Lake City Native Dies In Lafollette
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: The Rev.Horace S.Brown,86, of Lafollette Rt.3,died Friday night at Lafollette Community Hospital of apparent heart attack.He was a native of Lake City(Coal Creek)and son of the late Billy and Liddie Duncan Brown. Brown was a minister of the gospel for about 40 years,and he was an Army veteran of World War I and a coal miner. Survivors include a daughter,Mrs.Martha Lowe of Briceville Rt.1,a son Grover of Lafollette Rt.3,and eight grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday at the Martin Funeral Home chapel with the Rev.Junior Thacker officiating. Burial was in Campbell Memorial Gardens

Karen Elizabeth Brown
Newspaper: Knoxville News Sentinel
Article Date: 2004-08-04
Article Name: Karen Elizabeth Brown, 40.
County: Loudon
City: Lenoir City
Submitted by Loudon Genweb

Obituary Text: BROWN, KAREN ELIZABETH age 40 of Lenoir City, passed away Monday, August 2, 2004. A 1982 graduate of Lenoir City High School and a member of Central United Methodist Church. Karen was employed by Cherokee Health System in Lenoir City. She always seemed to befriend people who needed help. Survived by: her daughter, Sara Henson; parents, James and Ida Beth Brown; brother, Kevin Brown and wife, Lori all of Lenoir City; nieces, Amanda and Hannah Brown of Lenoir City; uncles, Dennis Brown and wife, Nancy of Denver, CO, Evans Myers and wife, Carol, John Myers and wife, Shelly; cousins, Braxtol and Joseph of Little Rock, AR; aunt, Nancy Jeffrey of Batesville, AR; grandmother, Wanda Myers of Little Rock, AR; cousins, Ginger Jeffrey of Little Rock, AR and cousin, Dr. Charles Jeffrey and family of Tulsa, OK. The family will receive friends from 6 to 7:45 p.m. Thursday, August 5, at Click-Hawkins Chapel, 102 B Street, Lenoir City with funeral services to follow at 8 p.m. with Dr. Mark Gooden officiating. Family and friends will gather by 10:30 a.m. Friday, August 6, at Click-Hawkins Chapel and proceed to Lakeview Cemetery for 11 a.m. graveside services. Click Funeral Home, Lenoir City is serving the family of Karen Brown.

Major Brown
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1970-12-24
Article Name: Once Republican Leader
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Dec. 24, 1970 Once A Republican Leader Major G. Brown, 80, Former Squire, Dies Major Gilliam Brown, 80, former member of the Anderson County Court, died at 10:45 a.m. Thursday in Oak Ridge Hospital after an illness of several months. He had lived at 433 Hicks Circle in Clinton for six years, moving from the Marlow community at Clinton Rt.5. His home was on Marlow Circle across from Poplar Creek Baptist Church, which he helped build, as well as the parsonage. he was born in Dutch Valley. He retired 16 years ago as supervisor of the warehouse for Oak Ridge Schools. He had earlier worked as assistant superintendent of the Hercules Powder Mill in Marlow. Brown served two terms on County Court in the late 1930s and was a leader in Republican circles for many years. Brown was a member of Poplar Creek Baptist Church, where services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday. The Rev. George Williams, the Rev. Lloyd Nolan and the Rev. Walter Hare, pastor, officiated. Burial was in Poplar Creek Cemetery. He leaves his wife, the former Grace Gray, a son, Alvin Brown of Chattanooga, two daughters, Mrs. Roy Crawford and Mrs. Amos Smartt, both of Clinton, 11 grand-children and eight great-grandchildren, a brother, Ader Brown of Chattanooga, a sister, Mrs. Marie Phifer of Millville, N.J.

Martha Brown
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1963-09-26
Article Name: Services Held Sunday For Mrs.Brown.
County: Anderson
City: Briceville
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Mrs.Martha Brown,76,of Briceville,Rt.1,died early Saturday at the University of Tennessee Hospital.She is survived by two sons,Bill Brown of Briceville, Horace Brown, of Ohio,two daughters, Mrs.Rosa Harness and Mrs.Nellie Harness,both of Briceville. a brother,James Ault of Kentucky,and three sisters,Mrs.Jane Brown of Briceville, Miss.Rosa Ault of Ohio,and Mrs.Annie Hazard of California.Funeral services were held Sunday at Indian Bluff Baptist Church with the Rev.Bill Hensley and the Rev.Tommy Brown officiating.Burial was in Brown cemetery

Mary Brown
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1980-02-01
Article Name: Mrs. Mary Brown
County: Anderson
City: Frost Bottom
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Mary Brown, widow of Willis Brown, died February 1, at her residence in Frost Bottom, age 83 years,She leaves to mourn her loss,five sons, T.W. , E. F., John , Rev. E.L. and B. W. Brown, one daughter, Mrs. Sam Braden. Also 37 grandchildren and 42 great-grandchildren.She was converted and joined the church at Laurel Grove when about 24 years of age, later moved her membership to Frost Bottom and has always been an earnest consistent member and upright christian. He who follows in her footsteps will lead and honest and upright christian life.She was dearly loved by everyone who knew her.Funeral services were conducted at the Frost Bottom Baptist church Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock by Rev.Hightower.Grandsons were pallbearers. Note: actually no year put on this obituary. 1980 is an educated guess from SSDI index.

Maude Brown
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1975-10-09
Article Name: Ex- Clinton Woman Dies Of Attack
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Oct.9, 1975 Ex-Clinton Woman Dies Of Attack A former resident and one-time Anderson County school teacher, Mrs. Maude Carden Brown, 84, died unexpectedly early Sunday morning at her home in Andersonville od a heart attack. Her health had been stable until the attack. Mrs. Brown, the widow of Willard F. Brown, resided in Clinton, where her husband operated a grocery store, from 1925 until 1955. She taught in five schools over a 16 year period, beginning at the age of 18 at Beech Grove Elementary School. She later taught at Briceville, Andersonville, Belmont and Clinton schools. A native of Andersonville and the daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Carden, she had resided there on Highway 61 since her husband's death 1955. She was a member of First Baptist Church of Andersonville and continued regularly to attend services until her death. Mrs. Brown is survived by one sister, Mrs. Roger Redden of Andersonville. Funeral services were Tuesday in the chapel of Holley Gamble Funeral and was conducted by the Rev. Marvin Nail. Burial was in Sunset Cemetery.

Miss Laura Brown
Newspaper: The Sweetwater News
Article Date: 1924-07-09
Article Name: Obituary
County: Loudon
City: Philadelphia
Submitted by Dick Wood

Obituary Text: Miss Laura Brown, aged seventy-one years, died Sunday noon, at her home near Philadelphia, following a stroke of paralysis. Funeral services were conducted from the late residence Tuesday morning, Rev. J. B. Creswell, of Bearden, officiating. Interment was in the Philadelphia Cemetery. Miss Brown was one of the best known and most estimable ladies in the Philadelphia community. She was a devoted member of the Presbyterian church. She was a sister of the late W. L. Brown who died more than a year ago. Surviving her are a sister and a large number of relatives. Prof. C. B. Brown and John Brown of Sweetwater were nephews of the deceased.

Miss Nancy Brown
Newspaper: The Sweetwater News
Article Date: 1925-05-27
Article Name: Miss Nancy Brown Died Tuesday Morning
County: Monroe
City: Sweetwater
Submitted by Dick Wood

Obituary Text: Miss Nancy Brown, aged eighty-four years, died Tuesday morning at 11:40 o'clock at her home on McCaslin avenue. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made. Miss Brown was a sister of the late W. L. Brown of Philadelphia, and was widely known throughout this section. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. W. R. Magill, of Maryville; two neices, Miss Hulda and Miss Jane Brown of Sweetwater, and three nephews, Prof. C. B. Brown and Jno. P. Brown of Sweetwater and T. G. Brown of Milwaukee.

Mose Brown
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1978-08-24
Article Name: Ex-Olivers Man M.L. Brown Dies
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Aug. 24, 1978 Ex-Olivers Man M.L. Brown Dies Mose Lee Brown, 69, formerly of Oliver Springs, died Tuesday at the Knoxville Health Care Center. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Daffie Banks of Atlanta, and a brother, George Brown of Knoxville. Funeral services were held Saturday at the Sharp Funeral Home chapel in Oliver Springs. Burial was in Carter Bluff Cemetery.

Mrs. C. B. Brown
Newspaper: The Sweetwater Valley News
Article Date: 1954-04-01
Article Name: Mrs. C. B. Brown, 76, Wife of Well-Known Educator, Dies Mon.
County: Monroe
City: Sweetwater
Submitted by Dick Wood

Obituary Text: Mrs. C. B. Brown, 76, well-known Sweetwater woman; and wife of Capt. C. B. Brown, former professor at Tennessee Military Institute, died at Sweetwater Hospital at 11:55 p. m., Monday. Mrs. Brown had been in failing health for several months. Mrs. Brown was born in Blount County, however, she had been a resident of Monroe County for nearly 50 years, in which time she had become widely known, her husband having taught in the public schools at Vonore, Madisonville and Sweetwater before accepting a position on the faculty at TMI. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Sweetwater from which funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 p. m., with Rev. D. R. Greenhoe, pastor, conducting. Mrs. Brown is survived by her husband, a grandson, Tom Brown, Arlington, Va.; sister, Mrs. A. F. Ford, of Bearden. Burial was in West View Cemetery with Kyker's in charge.

Professor C. B. Brown
Newspaper: The Knoxville Journal
Article Date: 1962-01-17
Article Name: Obituary
County: Monroe
City: Sweetwater
Submitted by Dick Wood

Obituary Text: BROWN, PROFESSOR C. B.--age 83, of Sweetwater, died at 4 p. m. Monday at Sweetwater Hospital. Survivors: brother, T, G. Brown, Orlando, Fla.; two sisters, Miss Huldah and Miss Jane Brown, Sweetwater; grandson, Thomas C. Brown, Knoxville; niece, Miss Deane Brown, Knoxville. Services at 2 p. m. Wednesday at Sweetwater Presbyterian Church, Dr. D. R. Greenhoe officiating, interment West View Cemetery. Kyker, Sweetwater, in charge.

Rinda Lou Brown
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1978-02-16
Article Name: Mrs.Brown Of Oliver Dies At 65
County: Anderson
City: Oliver Springs
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Mrs.Rinda Lou Brown, 65, of 125 Brittain Court,Oliver Springs, died at 6:30p.m.Feb.8 at Oak Ridge Hospital of complications of diabetes.Shw was a native of Morgan County and a resident of Oliver Springs for many years. Mrs.Brown belonged to the Baptist Church.Survivors include her husband,Charlie Brown,three daughters, Mrs.Herschell(Shirley) Bunch of Dayton,Ohio.,Mrs.Mary Hale of Oliver Springs and Mrs.Irvin (Ruth) Duncan of Lafayette,Ga.,10 grandchildren, two sisters,Mrs.Vesta Sharp of Clinton Rt.5,and Mrs.Laura Lowe of Oliver Springs Rt.1, four brothers, Garfield Jones and Millard Jones of Oliver Springs Rt.1,Loranzie Jones of Oliver Springs Rt.2, and Herbert Jones of Oliver Springs Rt.3.Funeral services were held Saturday at the Sharp Funeral Home Chapel in Oliver Springs with the Rev.Hayes Bass officiating.Burial was in Anderson Memorial Gardens

Terry Lee Brown
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1962-11-09
Article Name: Brown's Child Dies Friday
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Nov. 29, 1962 Brown's Child Dies Friday Terry Lee Brown, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Brown of Oliver Springs, died Friday at Smith Clinic in Clinton. Graveside services were held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Frost Bottom Cemetery with the Rev. George Delozier officating.Survivors, other than parents include four brothers, Jimmy, Wayne, Douglas and Larry Brown, two sisters, Alma and Wilma Brown, all of Oliver Springs, grandmother, Mrs. Kizzie Brown and Mrs. Eva Hensley, both of Oliver Springs.

Timothy Lawrence Brown
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1962-06-21
Article Name: Brown Child Dies Tuesday In Nashville
County: Roane
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier June 21, 1962 Brown Child Dies Tuesday In Nashville Timothy Lawrence Duncan, six month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. L.N. Brown Jr, of Oliver Springs, died Tuesday in Nashville at Vanderbilt Hospital. Funeral services were to be held Thursday at the Community Baptist Church with the Rev.Ellis Patterson and the Rev. Milford Ely officiating.Burial was to be in the Oliver Springs cemetery. Survivors other than parents,include two sisters, Becky and Kathy Brown, one brother, Jerry Brown all of Oliver Springs, grandparents,Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Silva, Harriman Rt.2.

 


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