Number of rows returned: 34

A. C. White
Newspaper: Anderson County News
Article Date: 1957-05-03
Article Name: Rites For White Held Sunday
County: Anderson
City: Clinton
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Anderson County News May 3, 1957 Rites For White Held Sunday A.C. White, 82, died Apr.25 at his home on Rt.5,Clinton and was buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery the following day. Funeral services were held at the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church Sunday with the Rev.Milford Ely officiating.He was a member of the Batley Baptist Church and the Masons.Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Martha Alice White,daughters,Mrs. Bess Burress of Jacksboro, Mrs. Etta Lindsay of Clinton and Mrs. Lillie Queener of Lake City, sons, Clarence Albert and Amos William of Clinton.

Ben White
Newspaper: LaFollette Press
Article Date: 1933-01-19
Article Name: Ben White
County: Campbell
City: LaFollette
Submitted by Campbell Genweb

Obituary Text: Ben White, a nineteen year old young man, brother to Pete White of College Hill, and Lewis White of Mt. Nash, Ky. His mother also lives at Mt. Nash, died in a Nashville hospital Friday. The body was sent here Saturday morning. The funeral was at one o'clock at Cedar Hill Church Sunday and he was laid to rest by his father in the Gross graveyard. During the funeral great excitement prevailed in the church for a few minutes when Re. R.W. Cooper who had read a chapter and prayer had been offered and had started to preach when he suddenly became ill in the pulpit and was carried from the church to a waiting car which took him to his home. Rev. Cooper has greatly improved.

Bessie White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1986-05-22
Article Name: Mrs.White Ex-SCB Worker Dies
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: A telephone operator during the early days of South Central Bell in Lake City and Clinton,Mrs.Bessie Leinart White, 92,died Saturday at Knoxville Convalescent Nursing Home.The Coal Creek native formerly lived on Clinton Rt.2 and was a member of the Blowing Springs Baptist Church.She was the widow of Henry White,who died in 1971. Mrs.White worked for the telephone company for about 10 years until she got married and later operated a boarding house in Clinton.Mrs.White was a member of the Order of the Eastern Star and enjoyed flower gardening. She is survived by her son,Paul White,daughter, Mrs.Mary Ruth Miller,both of Clinton,seven grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.Funeral services were held Tuesday at Martin Funeral Home in Clinton with the Revs.Clyde Ellison and Jimmy Davidson officiating.Burial was in Leach Cemetery.

Bonnie Carroll White
Newspaper: The LaFollette Press
Article Date: 2004-10-14
Article Name: Bonnie Carroll White, age 83 of LaFollette
County: Campbell
City: LaFollette
Submitted by Campbell Genweb

Obituary Text: Bonnie Carroll White, age 83 of LaFollette died Oct. 11 at the St. Mary's Medical Center of Campbell County. She was a member of the Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. She enjoyed gardening, sewing and quilting and building play houses. She was preceded in death by her husband, Willard White; son, Tommy White; daughter, Wanda White; parents, Hauk and Ortha Riggs Carroll; brother, Floyd Carroll. She is survived by her sons and daughters-in-law, Paul and Carolyn White and Devon and Clita White all of LaFollette, Eddie and Renee White of Lake City; son, Earl White of Jacksboro; daughters and sons-in-law, Mary and Rev. Wayne Freeman of LaFollette, Lois and Renee Ronkeo; daughter, Judy White, all of Jacksboro; 31 grandchildren, 45 great grandchildren and 14 great great grandchildren; sister, Lillian Graham of LaFollette; several nieces and nephews and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral services were Oct. 13 at the Shield of Faith Church with Rev. Maynard Parker and Rev. Gary Moser officiating. Interment was in Chadwell Cemetery. Martin Wilson Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements

Charles S White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1970-01-08
Article Name: Lake Citian Dies In Ohio
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Charles S. White, 51, formerly of Lake City, died unexpectedly of a heart attack Saturday while working as a maintenance mechanic for the State of Ohio at Cincinnati. White formerly lived at 213 Church St. in Lake City.He was a member of Island Ford Baptist Church.Services were at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the chapel of Cox Funeral Home in Lake City with the Rev. Edsel West officiating.Burial was in Laurel Grove Cemetery.He leaves his wife, Mrs. Nadine Harness White, a son, Charles Frederick White of Maryland, one grandchild, mother, Mrs. Ocie White of Lake City, three brothers, Fred of Oliver Springs,James of Norfolk, Va. and Bill of Lake City.

Charlie White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1963-11-07
Article Name: Retired Miner Of Lake City Dies
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Nov. 7, 1963 Retired Miner Of Lake City Dies Funeral services for Charlie White, 81, were held Wednesday in Martin Funeral Home in Lake City. Mr. White a retired miner died Monday at his home on Lake City Rt.1. Survivors include two step-daughters, Mrs. Cora White of Lake City and Mrs. Ida Bratcher of Indiana and one brother, Sam White of Kentucky. The Rev. Wayne Province conducted the services. Burial was in Sunset.

Cora White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 0000-00-00
Article Name: Mrs.White Dies
County: Anderson
City: Clinton
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: A resident of Clinton Towers,Mrs.Cora White,78,died at Methodist Medical Center Sunday morning. The daughter of the late Charlie and Sarah White,she was a Baptist.Graveside services were held Tuesday at Sunset Cemetery with the Rev.Paul Sharp officiating.

Floyd White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1970-08-06
Article Name: Ex-Miner Is Victim Of Black Lung Disease
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Aug.6, 1970 Ex-Miner Is Victim Of Black Lung Disease Floyd White, 63, a retired coal miner, died Sunday at East Tennessee Chest Hospital in Knoxville.He suffered black lung, the miner's disease.He was a member of the Laurel Branch Baptist Church. Services were at 2 p.m. Wednesday at his church with the Rev. Edwin Phillips an the Rev. Ralph Cline officiating.Burial was in Circle Cemetery in Briceville.He leaves two sons, Jimmie White of Briceville and Billie White of Barstow, Calif., three grandson, a brother, Woody White of Briceville, and three sisters, Mrs. Flora Ault and Miss. Daisy White, both of Briceville and Mrs. Nola Duncan of Lake City.

Froler White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1983-04-21
Article Name: Lake Citian Succumbs To Leukemia
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier April 21, 1983 Lake Citian Succumbs To Leukemia A lifelong resident of Lake City, Mrs. Froler Beach White, 85, died of Leukemia last Friday at St. Mary's Medical Center. She had been ill for several months and had been hospitalized for a week prior to her death. Mrs. White enjoyed gardening and growing flowers. She was a member of New Hope Baptist Church. Survivors include a son, James Floyd White of Dayton, O., daughter, Mrs. Thelma Walden of Lake City, brother, Charlie Beach and sister, Mrs. Della Sharp, also of Lake City, 23 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Sunday at 1 p.m. at Martin's chapel in Lake City with the Rev. Charlie Mack Marlow officiating. Burial was in Island Ford Cemetery.

Horace White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1978-03-16
Article Name: Ex-Miner Miner Of UMWA Dies
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Horace White 86, of 414 Wallace St.,Lake City,died at 1:30 p.m. March 8 at Lake City Hospaitl of heart disease. A retired miner and member of the United Mine Workers Of America (UMWA),he worked in Briceville and Caryville area mines. White was an Army veteran of War I and member of the American Legion.He was a member of Lake City United Methodist Church and enjoyed gardening in earlier years.He was a native of Briceville and son of the late James R and Nancy Elizabeth White. Survivors include his wife,Lora Matthews White,a son,James E.(Gene) White of Oak Ridge, three daughters,Mrs.Charles(Charlotte) Wormsley of Briceville,Mrs.Charles(Helen) Goodman and Mrs.Johnny(Marjorie) Adkins of Lake City, 11 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Friday at the Martin Funeral Home chapel in Lake City with the Rev.James R.Bailes officiating. Burial was in Tennesse Valley Memory Gardens

Isaac White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1945-12-27
Article Name: Isaac Verlin White
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Dec. 27, 1945 Isaac Verlin White Isaac Verlin White, 50, died at his home on Monday Dec. 24 at 3 p.m. after a short illness. he is survived by his wife, Elizabeth White, two daughters, Mrs. Juanita Shinliver, Fla., and Mrs. Madge White ,Clinton Rt.2, son, Estel White, Ky., two sisters, Mrs. Marie Edwards, Ind., and Mrs. Crandall Walker, Mich., two half-sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Mosher, Riceville and Mrs. Leo Phillips, two half-brothers, Rosen White, Lafollette, Hillard and Walter and Jesse Smith. Funeral arrangements are incomplte. Martin's of Clinton announces.

J. C. White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1963-06-06
Article Name: J. C. White Dies In Ohio Truck Wreck
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier June 6, 1963 J. C. White Dies In Ohio Truck Wreck J. C. White, 37, formerly of Lake City, died May 30 after a truck accident near Dayton, Ohio, his home at the time. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Helen White, son Charles Ray White, five daughters, Donna Ray, Sandra, Susie, Peggy and Kay White, all of Dayton, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert White, Lake City, brothers, Millard White, Lake City, and Floyd White, Dayton, Ohio, sister, Mrs. Carl Walden, Lake City. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at the Island Ford Baptist Church. Burial was in the church cemetery.

Jack Allen White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1987-05-21
Article Name: White, 77, Devonia Native, Dies
County: Anderson
City: Devonia
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: A native of Devonia who was a former coal miner, Jack Allen White, 77, of Petros, died Monday at Methodist Medical Center after a period of declining health.White was a coal miner before he went to work as an electrical mechanic at Oak Ridge Gaseous Diffusion Plant's maintenance division in 1951.A baseball fan, White was a member of Black Diamond Masonic Lodge F&AM.He was preceded in death in 1971 by his first wife,Mrs. Emma Rue White, and by his second wife, Sally Basler White,in 1985.White is survived by two sons, Eddie H, White and Condon White,both of Petros, five stepdaughters, Mrs. Joe (Randy) Arms and Susie Patterson, both of Petros, Mrs. Eddie (Mandy) Hopper of Sunbright, Vickie Boyce of Maryland and Melissa Hensley of Oliver Springs, three stepsons, Eddie Basler of Coalfield, Terry and Jerry Basler, both of Petros, 23 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren, two sisters, Hazel Phillips and Alice White, both of Devonia, and two brothers, Ethel White of Lancing and Whi! ton White of Clinton.The funeral was held Wednesday at Schubert Funeral Home in Wartburg with the Revs.Mike Helton and Don Daugherty officiating.Burial was in Petros Cemetery.

James Kevin White
Newspaper: Loudon County News Herald
Article Date: 2004-07-23
Article Name: James Kevin White
County: Knox
City: Knoxville
Submitted by Loudon Genweb

Obituary Text: James Kevin White Died: 07-12-2004 James Kevin White, 31, of Knoxville, died Monday July 12, 2004. He was a member of the Virtue Cumberland Presbyterian Church and was an employee of Farragut Ditching Company. He was a graduate of Farragut High School and Pellissippi State Community College. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Tom and Cordie Gladson and James F. White. Survivors include his mother, Loretta G. White; father, James R. “Buddy” White; sister, Kristi Lynn White; grandmother, Edith Marie White; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. The family had a public viewing 4-5:30 p.m. at Click Funeral Home Farragut Chapel. Then family received friends 6-7:45 p.m. Wednesday followed with 8 p.m. funeral service with Rev. James Clayton officiating in the Click Funeral Home, Farragut Chapel. Family and friends gathered for graveside services at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Virtue Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Pastoral Care Crisis Fund, c/o U. T. Medical Center, 1924 Alcoa Highway, Knoxville, Tenn. 37920. Click Funeral Home, Farragut Chapel is serving the family of Kevin White.

John Estal Whited
Newspaper: LaFollette Press
Article Date: 1980-08-04
Article Name: WHITED, John Estal, 70, of White Oak, Tenn.,
County: Campbell
City: LaFollette
Submitted by Campbell Genweb

Obituary Text: WHITED, John Estal, 70, of White Oak, Tenn., died Friday August 1, 1980 at his home. Survivors include his wife Mrs. Mossie Whited of White Oak; 1 son, Jimmy Whited, of Monroe, Mich.; 1 daughter Mrs. Joyce Messner of Monroe Mich.; 10 grandchildren; 8 G-Grandchildren; 2 sisters, Mrs. Bessie Tarter of Clinton, Ill., Mrs. Stella Napier of Harlan Ky. Funeral Services were 11 am Monday, August 4, at Ellison Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Jack Davis officiating. Burial waas in Campbell County Memorial Gardens, LaFollette, Tenn. Ellison Funeral Home, Jellico, Tenn., was in charge of arrangements.

Junior Lee White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1992-05-20
Article Name: Junior Lee White
County: Anderson
City: Clinton
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Junior Lee White, 65, of Henson Road, Clinton Rt.2,died May 19 at his home. Mr. White was born June 15, 1926, in Anderson County to the late Henry Lee and Ethel Kesterson White. He was employed at one time by Clinton Utilities Board and at the Tennessee Valley Authority where he was a groundman on line construction. Mr. White was of the Baptist faith. He was also a member of Valley Lodge 389 in Andersonville, was a 32nd degree Mason, a Scottish Rites member and OES 369. He enjoyed beekeeping as a pastime and family members said he also enjoyed his grandchildren and teasing his daughters-in-law. Survivors include his wife of 42 years,Edna Beth Tindell White, seven sons and their wives, David and Jewell White of Soddy Daisy, Steve and Betty White, Paul and Pam White, Mark and Alma White, Ben and Vivian White, Sam and Sharon White and Jesse and Missy White, all of Clinton, two sisters, Katie Tindell and Eula Mae Copeland of Clinton, a half-brother, Robert Kinsella of Knoxville. Masonic services were held Wednesday night before the funeral at Martin Clinton Funeral Home. The Rev.Joe Copeland officiated.Burial will be 11 a.m. Thursday at Tennessee Valley Memory Gardens.

Katherine White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1942-02-12
Article Name: Katherine White
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Feb. 12, 1942 Mrs. Katherine White Mrs. Katherine White, 78, of Briceville, died Saturday at 3:30 a.m in a Knoxville Hospital. Mrs. White was one of the oldest residents of Briceville and was the wife of the late John B. White. She was a charter member of the Eastern Star. Surviving are five step-granddaughters, Mrs. M.S. Duncan of Briceville, Mrs. J.C. Farmer of Newport, Mrs. Roy Mars of Townsend and Mrs. Stella Eldridge of Stephens, S.C., and two step-garndsons, W.B. White of Briceville and H.M. White of Lake City. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist church of Lake City. The Rev. T.H. Roark officiated with burial take place in the church cemetery.Pallbearers were Dorsey Landrum, Tom White, Ode Harmon, Roy Moody, Clayton Carden and D.H. Carroll. Honorary pallbearers: H.L. Ault , H.M. Stokes, Walter Hatmaker, James Cox, Richard Crawford and J.Y. Davis. Miller-Cox Funeral Home had charge.

Lola Mae McKamey White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1978-03-09
Article Name: Mrs.White Dies Of Leukemia
County: Anderson
City: Briceville
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Mrs.Lola Mae McKamey White,74, of State Highway 116,Briceville Rt.1,died at 12:40a.m.Sunday at Oak Ridge Hospital of leukemia.She was the wife of Ross White, a coal miner who died in 1966. Mrs.White was a native of the Robertsville community,now part of Oak Ridge,and the daughter of the late Willie and Mary McKamey.She was a member of Laurel Grove Baptist Church and enjoyed sewing. Survivors include three sons,Tommy White of Mesquite,Tex.,Jim White of Lewisville,Tex.,and Eddie White of Briceville,five daughters,Mrs.Mary Isom of Lewisville,Mrs.Ruby Curtis of Grand Prairie,Tex.,Miss.Juanita White of Nashville,Mrs.Wanda Dugger and Miss.Eloise White of Briceville Rt.1,two sisters,Mrs.Carrie Duncan of Oliver Springs and Mrs.Flora Rutherford of Dayton,Ohio,a half-brother, Charlie Jones of Clinton, 17 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.Funeral services were held Wednesday at Walden's View Baptist Church with the Rev.R.C.Seiber officiating.Burial was in Laurel Grove Cemetery

Lora V White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1984-04-01
Article Name: Mrs. White Lake Citian Dies At 88
County: Anderson
City: Lake City
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: A member of the United Methodist Church of Lake City, Mrs. Lora V. White, 88, of Lake City, died last Thursday at Lake City Hospital. Mrs. White was the widow of Horace M. White, who died in 1978. She was member of the American Legion Auxiliary and had been active on church groups.She is survived by a son, James Eugene White of Oak Ridge, three daughters, Mrs. Charlie ( Charlotte) Wormsley of Briceville,Mrs. Charles (Helen) Goodman, Mrs. John M. ( Marjorie) Adkins, both of Lake City, 11 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, brother, Rev. Klon E. Matthew of Anaheim, Calif. and a sister, Mrs. Juanita Phalen of Florida. Funeral services were held Sunday at the United Methodist Church of Lake City with the Rev. George Buchanan officiating. Burial was in Tennessee Valley Memory Gardens.

Lucinda Lou White
Newspaper: LaFollette Press
Article Date: 2004-04-01
Article Name: General Obituaries
County: Anderson
City: Briceville
Submitted by Neal Byrge

Obituary Text: Lucinda Lou White, age 72, of Briceville died March 23 at her residence. She was born June 15, 1931 in Campbell County. She was a loving mother and grandmother who shared her home with her daughter and grandchildren. She was a friend to all who knew her. She enjoyed gardening, working with her flowers, helping others, and spending time with her family. Preceded in death by husband, William L. White, Sr.; step-daughter, Joann Tyner. Survivors include her son, William L. White, Jr. and wife, Dianne, Stinking Creek; daughter, Ricky White Phillips, Briceville; grandchildren, Travis Aslinger, Knoxville, Joni Aslinger, Briceville, Nathaniel White, Stinking Creek, William L. White, III, Jacksonville, Fl; step-daughter, Betty Sue Riggs and husband, Bill, Tullahoma; step-grandchildren, Mary Christina Mangrum, Murfreesboro, William E. Riggs, Jr, Murfreesboro, Teresa Henderson and husband, Jim, Springfield, Va, Billy Ray Lawson, Cincinnati, Oh and Cindy Pierce, Fl. No services were held. By donating her body to science, she continues to give in death as she did in life. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her name to the American Lung Association. Hatmaker Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements.

Martha White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1970-12-24
Article Name: Mrs. White 78 Dies Tuesday
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Dec. 24, 1970 Mrs. White, 78, Dies Tuesday Mrs. Martha White, 78, of Briceville died Tuesday afternoon in Lake City Hospital. She was a member of the Briceville First Baptist Church. The body is at Martin Funeral Home in Lake City, where the family was to receive friends Wednesday night. Services are to be at 2 p.m. Thursday at her church with the Rev. W.H. Beets officiating. Burial is to be in Pleasant Hill Cemetery. She leaves a son, Edison White of Fraterville at Lake Rt.2, four grandchildren and one great-grandchild, a sister, Mrs. Oda (Beulah) Harmon of Briceville, two brothers, Tom White of Lake City and Jack White of Briceville.

Mary Ann (Bebe) White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1963-02-21
Article Name: Services Friday For Mrs.White
County: Anderson
City: Briceville
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Mrs.Mary Ann (Bebe) White,80,of Briceville died Wednesday at Oak Ridge Hospital.She was the wife of the late Cal White of Briceville.Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at Martin Funeral Home Chapel,Lake City,with the Rev.Ralph Cline officiating.Burial will be in Leach Cemetery. Survivors include one son,Loran White, Briceville,three daughters,Mrs.Nevella Duncan, Mrs.Anna Belle Massey,both of Lake City,Mrs.Jennie Sims,Phoenix City,Ala.Two sisters,Mrs.Maggie Harrell and Mrs.Jennie Allen both of Linten Ind.

Mary White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1968-11-07
Article Name: Mrs. White Dies In Caryville Home
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Nov. 7, 1968 Mrs. White Dies In Caryville Home Mrs. Mary Jane White, 73, who had many relatives in Anderson County, died early Saturday morning at her home at Caryville Rt.1. Lewis Burress of Clinton is a brother and Mrs. Oma Jones of Dutch Valley is a sister.Services were held Monday afternoon at Cox Funeral Home Chapel at Lake City. Burial was in Tennessee Valley Memory Garden.

Mossie White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1957-03-21
Article Name: Mrs. Mossie White
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier March 21, 1957 Mrs. Mossie White Funeral services for Mrs. Mossie White, 59, will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Pleasant View Baptist Church with the Rev. Bedford Bullock and the Rev. Dean Buchanan officiating.Mrs. White died Tuesday night at her home on Clinton Rt.4.She was the widow of William White. She was a of Pleasant View Baptist Church.She us survived by three sons, William H. White of Oak Ridge, J. C. White of South Clinton, Comer White of South Clinton, daughters, Mrs. Magaline Strickland of Stansberry, N.C., Mrs. Elzabeth Turner of South Clinton, Mrs. Vivian Adkins of Andersonville, Miss. Carrie White of Clinton, 14 grandchildren, sisters, Mrs. Laura Huckaby and Mrs. Lottie Brummitt of Clinton. Burial will be in Robbins Cemetery. Martin of Clinton is in charge.

Norma White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1952-10-09
Article Name: Norma Gail White
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier Oct. 9, 1952 Norma Gail White Norma Gail White, 9, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.R. Eblen of Clinton, died Monday afternoon at her home in Williamsburg, Ky., after a lingering illness of lukemia. Survivors are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert White, brother, Ronald Glen, sister, Regina, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis White of Detroit. The funeral was held Thursday at 10 a.m. in the Main Street Baptist Church in Williamsburg with the Rev. Sam Tatum officiating. Burial was to be in the Sunset Cemetery in Clinton with brief graveside services.

Pauline A. Haskins White
Newspaper: Knoxville News Sentinel
Article Date: 2004-08-05
Article Name: Pauline A. Haskins White, 86.
County: Loudon
City: Loudon
Submitted by Loudon Genweb

Obituary Text: WHITE, PAULINE A. HASKINS — age 86 of Loudon, passed away Monday, August 2, 2004 in York, Pennsylvania. Mrs. White was a former member of First Baptist Church in Loudon. She worked for many years as a beautician and later retired to Florida with her late husband, Halbert R. White. Mr. White passed away in June 2002. His cremains are to be interred with his beloved wife "Polly". They enjoyed a marriage that spanned 63 years. Mrs. White was also an avid collector of glass clowns. She is survived by her son and daughter in-law, Bob and Tara White, York, PA; grandchildren, Robby White, York, PA and Erin White, Carthage, IL; two nieces, Elizabeth Chaney-Thompson, Oak Ridge and JoAnn Whillock, Knoxville. Funeral services 8:15 PM Friday, McGill-Karnes Chapel with Dr. Charles Earl officiating. Interment 10:30 A.M. Saturday in Loudon County Memorial Gardens. The family will receive friends 6:30 — 8:00 P.M. Friday prior to the service at McGill-Karnes Funeral Home, Loudon.

R.M. White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1938-07-21
Article Name: R.M. White
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier July 21, 1938 R.M. White R.M. (Rob) White, 78, died Monday night in a Knoxville hospital after a long illness. A farmer, Mr. White lived on Clinton RFD 2 until a year ago when he moved to Coal Creek. He is survived by a daughter, Christine Field, and two sons, Henry of Clinton, and Charlie of Coal Creek, three sisters, Mrs. Anne Evans, Mrs. Riley Enix and Mrs. Thomas Hatmaker, all of Coal Creek, and two brothers, Charlie of Oklahoma and Carter of Marlow.Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Pleasant Hill Baptist church with the Rev. Mr. Adams officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery with Martin Funeral Home in charge.

Rouden White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1963-03-28
Article Name: Rouden White Dies At 67 At Hospital
County: Anderson
City: Briceville
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Rouden White,67,of Briceville Rt.1 died Friday at Mountain Veterans Hospital. Services were Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Walden View Baptist Chruch with the Rev.John Thomas Adkins officiating.Burial was in Laurel Grove Cemetery.Survivors include his wife,Mrs.Lillian Duncan White,son Roud White,Lake City, daughters, Mrs.Pauline Procise,Mrs.Lucille Fox,Briceville, Mrs.Charlsie Miles,Lake City,Mrs.Ruth Collins, Mrs.Ralphine Sisco,Michigan,Mrs.Anna Lee Housely,Mrs.Violet Flynn,Maryville. Brothers,Ross, Woody and Floyd White,both of Briceville,sisters,Miss Daisy White,Mrs.Flora Ault, Briceville,Mrs.Nola Duncan,Lake City.

Sallie J White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1953-01-29
Article Name: Mrs. Sallie J. White
County: Anderson
City: Devonia
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Mrs. Sallie J.White, 74, widow of the late H.R. White, died Saturday at 8 a.m. at her home at Devonia.She was a member of Shiloh Baptist Church.Survivors are two daughters, Alice White of Devonia, Mrs. Charlie Phillips of Charley's Branch, three sons, Ethel of Wartburg, W.H. of Clinton and Jack of Petros, fifteen garndchildren, twelve great-grandchildren. Funeral services were conducted Monday at 1 p.m. at the Petros Baptist Church with the Rev.Lee Ward officiating. Burial was in New Cemetery, with Cox of Lake City in charge.

Sarah White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1962-05-11
Article Name: Services Held Monday For Mrs. White
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier May 11, 1962 Services Held Monday For Mrs. White Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah White, 78, of Lake City Rt.1, were held at 3 p.m. Monday at the Martin Funeral Home Chapel in Lake City with the Rev. M. Barnett officiating. Mrs. White died at her home Sunday. Survivors include husband, Charlie White, two daughters, Mrs. Ida Bratcher, Indiana, Mrs. Cora White, Lake City, three sisters, Mrs. Bessie Gill, Mrs. Ollie Cole, Clinton, and Mrs. Parley Sanders, 12 grandchildren.

Whitten H White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1987-10-29
Article Name: White, 88, Dies In Clinton
County: Anderson
City: Clinton
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Whitten H. White, 88, of Hickory St., Clinton, died Friday at the Anderson County Health Care Center.White had lived in Clinton for over 43 years. He was a member of the South Clinton Baptist Church, the United Mine Workers and the Petros Black Diamond Masonic Lodge No.625. He retired from Consolidated Coal Co. in 1965 and was preceded in death by his wife, Flora Arms White.Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. John F. (Geneva) Helser of Clinton, Mrs. Josephine Foley of Knoxville and Mrs. John T. (Wanda) Wood Jr. of Richardson, Texas, three sons, Dave L. White of Clinton, Claude E. White of Johnson City and Howard R. White of Torrance,Calif., two sisters, Hazel Phillips and Alice White of Briceville, a brother, Ethel White of Lancing, 13 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.The funeral was Sunday in the chapel of the Holley-Gamble Funeral Home with the Rev.Frank Collett officiating.The burial was in the Tennessee Valley Memory Gardens.The family requests memorials be made in the form of gifts to the Residence Fund of the Anderson County Health Care Center, Longmire Rd, Clinton.

William White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1955-10-27
Article Name: William White
County: Anderson
City: Clinton
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: William White, 75, of Clinton Rt.4, died at a Knoxville hospital early Friday morning.He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mossie White, daughters, Carrie White of Clinton Rt.4, Mrs. Magasline Strickling of Dudley,N.C.,Mrs. Elizabeth Turner of Washington,D.C., Mrs.Vivian Adkins of Andersonville, sons, Hardy of Oak Ridge, J.C. and Henry of South Clinton, 11 grandchildren, brother, Martin White of Clairfield, sisters, Mrs. Rosie Timmons of Alabama,Mrs. Betty Brown of Harriman. Services were held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Pilgrim Holiness Church with burial in the Robbins Cemetery.Martin's of Clinton in charge.

William White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1964-05-14
Article Name: Services Are Friday For Mr. White
County: Anderson
City:
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Clinton Courier May 14, 1964 Services Are Friday For Mr. White Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. for William Elbert White 71, who died Tuesday night at Oak Ridge Hospital. Mr. White, a farmer was a member of Island Ford Baptist Church. His home was in the Island Ford Community. His is survived by his wife, Froella Beach White, one daughter, Thelma Faye Walden of Lake City, two sons, Floyd of Dayton, O., and Millard White of Lake City, one sister, Mrs. Linda Cantrell of Dayton, O., and one -half-sister, Mrs. Mamie Fritts of Lake City. The services will be conducted by the Rev. R.S. Phillips at Island Ford Baptist Church. Burial will be in the church cemetery.

Zena Mae White
Newspaper: Clinton Courier
Article Date: 1938-04-28
Article Name: Zena Mae White
County: Anderson
City: Briceville
Submitted by Susie Bullock

Obituary Text: Zena Mae White, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kal White, died at their home in Briceville Sunday afternoon after an illness of more than two years.Miss.White was a graduate of Coal Creek High School in the class of 1934 and had almost completed a secretarial course at the time of her death.She is survived by her parents, a brother, Loran, and three sisters,Mrs. Goldie Duncan, Jennie and Anne Belle White, all of Briceville.The Rev.T. Paul Sims offiicated at the services, which was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Briceville M.E. Church.Burial was in Leach Cemetery with Martin Funeral Home in charge.Class mates served as pallbearers and flower girls.

 


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