, Elizabeth 10 Nov 1871 12 Jun 1874
, Nannie 12 Apr 1874 20 Jun 1874
ABERNATHY, Beulah [Hamlett] 14 Apr 1880 12 Feb 1977
(w/o Bright Abernathy)
(d/o Solon and Stacy Elizabeth Tidwell Hamlett)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen __ Feb 1977
Mrs. Beulah Abernathy, 96, of Kingsport, died Saturday, February 12 in that city. Graveside services were conducted Monday afternoon at Mt. Moriah Cemetery by the Rev. Dr. Gudger Nichols. Mrs. Abernathy was married to the late Bright Abernathy. Survivors include a daughter, Miss Margaret Abernathy of Kingsport; a son, Solon E. Abernathy, also of Kingsport and one grandchild. Bennett-May Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
ABERNATHY, Bright 04 Jul 1876 26 Apr 1921
(h/o Beulah Hamlett Abernathy)
(s/o Temperance Mason Abernathy)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 27 Apr 1921
Bright Abernathy, aged about 44 years, died early Tuesday morning at his home in North Pulaski, of double pneumonia after an illness of only a few days beginning with a chill on Thursday of last week. The burial was at Mt. Moriah Wednesday, after services by the Rev. L. M. Laten. Mr. Abernathy was a member of the firm of Bright Abernathy and Company, who succeeded G. L. Zuccarello, and spent most of his life in the Sumac locality where he was reared, having been in business there several years prior to moving to Pulaski. Mr. Abernathy was quiet, gentlemanly, honest and honorable, in all his dealings, and his character was of a very high type. He was a member of the Odd Fellows and the Woodmen, who participated in the funeral rites. Surviving him are his wife, formerly Miss Beulah Hamlett, and two children who have the sympathy of many friends in their great bereavement, by the loss of a kind and faithful husband and father.
ABERNATHY, Margaret __ ___ 1916 27 Jan 1999
(d/o Bright and Beulah Hamlett Abernathy)
Obituary: Giles Free Press 28 Jan 1999
Mrs. Margaret M. Abernathy, 82, of Kingsport died Jan. 27, 1999, at Wesford House in that city. Mrs. Abernathy was born in Pulaski and was the daughter of the late Bright and Beulah Abernathy. She moved to Kingsport in 1948. She was retired since 1986 from Abernathy-Thomas Engineering Company where she served as treasurer. She also worked with the U.S. Corps of Engineers and the Johnson City Chamber of Commerce. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church where she served as superintendent of the Sunday School and was a member of Women of the Church. She also published a weekly church newsletter. She was an active member of the Pilot Club for 59 years, helping to organize the club in Johnson City and serving two terms as president of the club in Kingsport. Graveside services were to have been held today (Thursday) at Hamlett-Dobson Funeral Home in Kingsport with Vanessa Potter officiating. Burial was to have been in Mount Moriah Cumberland Presbyterian Church Cemetery in Pulaski. Survivors include niece Stephanie Lyn Robertson of Kingston and several cousins in Pulaski.
ABERNATHY, Sarah A. 18 Jul 1859
(d/o Charles and Lavinia Reed Abernathy)
ADAMS, Alice __ ___ 18__ 11 Jul 1900
(w/o Sam Adams) UMG
ADAMS, Henry Clay 25 Apr 1837 25 Feb 1919
__ ___ ____
(w/o Jane Rogers Adams) md 13 Oct 1870 GCT Unmarked - Death Record
ADAMS, Mary Jane [Rodgers] 10 Aug 1852 12 Aug 1932
(w/o Henry Clay Adams)
(d/o Spencer and Elizabeth Mitchell Rodgers) UMG
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 24 Aug 1932
Funeral services were conducted at the Moriah C. P. Church for Mrs. H. C. Adams, by the Rev.
L. North. Mrs. Adams died at the home of her son, Ed Adams four miles east of here. Death was due to the infirmities of age. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Surviving Mrs. Adams are three daughters, Mrs. A. J. Owen, Wales; Mrs. Joe Chapman, Columbia; Mrs. W.
Shay, Leoma; Sam Adams, Veto and Ed Adams of this place.
ADCOCK Sarah “Sallie” [Willeby] __ Feb 1882 11 Aug 1927
(w/o  James Madison Horne I  William VanBuren "Van" Adcock.)
(d/o Tom and Mary Taylor Willeby).
ALLEN, Claudia H. 06 Jan 1879 13 Jan1954
(d/o Lewis Porter and Margaret J. Anderson Allen)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 13 Jan 1954
Funeral services for Miss Claudia Allen, 75, who died at 6:45 o’clock Wednesday morning, January 13, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Reed Braly, will be held at 2 o’clock Thursday afternoon in the chapel of Bennett-MayFuneral Home. Rites will be conducted bythe Rev. Sam R. Dodson, Jr., pastor of the First Methodist Church and burial will take place in the family lot in Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Her death followed an attack of influenza and a paralytic stroke. A lifelong resident of the county, she was born January 6, 1879, the daughter of the late Porter Allen and Maggie Anderson Allen. She had been a member of the Methodist Church many years. In addition to her sister, Mrs. Braly, Miss Allen is survived by one nephew, Louis Braly, who lives one mile west of Pulaski. Wilson Carter and Company, Funeral Directors in charge.
ALLEN, Infant 24 May 1955 24 May 1955
(s/o Audy and Martha E. Longshore Allen) Unmarked Grave - Death Certificate
ALLEN, Lewis Porter 27 Feb 1844 03 Feb 1912
(h/o Margaret J. Anderson Allen)
(s/o Aaron V. and Elizabeth Alice White Allen)
ALLEN, Lizzie Z. __ ___ 1867 __ ___ 1887
(d/o Lewis Porter and Margaret J. Anderson Allen)
ALLEN, Margaret J. [Anderson] 14 Sep 1843 22 Jul 1915
(w/o L. Porter Allen) md 16 Oct 1866 GCT
(d/o W. C. and Nancy E. Anderson)
ALLEN, Robert Larry Sr. 17 Dec 1947 01 May 2007
(s/o Robert Carter and Louise Chapman Allen)
Obituary : Mr. Allen was born on December 17, 1947 in Pulaski, Tennessee and was a veteran of the U. S. Navy during the Viet Nam era. He was retired from the Gastonia, NC Fire Department. Mr. Allen is preceded in death by his parents, Robert Carter and Louise Chapman Allen. Funeral services will be held on Friday May 4, 2007 at 11 am in the chapel of Carr & Erwin Funeral Home with Toby Powell officiating. Burial will follow in Mt. Moriah Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 4 pm until 8 pm on Thursday May 3, 2007 at the funeral home. Mr. Allen is survived by a son, Robert Larry Allen, Jr. of Killen, Al.; two daughters, Lisa Carol Allen and Calen Rose Bass, both of Pulaski; one bother, Dale Allen of Pulaski; one half-brother, Robert Doyle Allen of Michigan; one sister, DorothyVirginia Durkin of Mt. Pleasant, Tn.; and 2 grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, donations maybe made to the Mt. Moriah Cemetery Fund. Carr & Erwin Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
ALLEN, Wade 06 Dec 1937 06 Jan 1938
(s/o Ed and Beatrice Colbert Allen) UMG
ALLISON, Rosa __ ___ 1889 10 Sep 1889
(Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Bunyan Allison) UMG
ANDERSON, Albert Sidney __ ___ 1870 20 Oct1937
(h/o Jane Simpson Anderson)
(s/o Joseph Jackson and Martha Davenport Anderson)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 20 Oct 1937
A message received by relatives here, brought news of the death of Sidney Anderson, a former resident of Pulaski, atahospital in San Antonio, Texas, Wednesdaymorning, Oct.20. The body will be brought back to Pulaski, but definite funeral arrangements have not been announced. Mr. Anderson underwent a major surgical operation, about two weeks ago. And while no details are known here, the supposition is that death resulted from the operation together with his physical condition, making the operation necessary.
The Pulaski Citizen 27 Oct 1937
As announced last week Albert Sidney Anderson of San Antonio, Texas, died at his home there Wednesday morning. The body arrived in Pulaski on the early morning train Friday. Funeral services were held at the Pulaski Methodist Church Friday afternoon at 2 o’clock, conducted by Dr. G.A. Morgan. Burial was at Moriah where repose the remains of his father, mother, and other members of his family. His widow, Mrs. Jane Simpson Anderson, and his son, Albert Sidney Anderson, Jr., and one daughter, Miss Martha Anderson, came for the funeral. One daughter, Mrs. Mary Oakes, of Hollywood, could not come.
ANDERSON Almanza [Young] 06 Feb 1853 24 Mar1917
(w/o Cornelius Anderson) md 12 Dec 1872 GCT
(d/o Archibald S. and Lueazer Abernathy Young)
ANDERSON Archie 1880 1905
(s/o Cornelius and Almanza Young Anderson)
ANDERSON Cornelius __ ___ 1850 1903
(h/o Almanza Young Anderson)
(s/o Joshua J. and Sarah Ann Anderson)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 24 Dec 1903 Campbellsville "Scribbler"
Although the sad death of Cornelius Anderson has already been noted in the Citizen, yet it is my duty as correspondent to say something regard to this shocking accident and the sudden death of this good man. He and his two sons were getting wood on a steep hillside. The tree after being cut down gave a sudden bound and a limb struck Mr. Anderson on the back of the head. He was carried to his home on a litter and medical aid immediately summoned but nothing could be done. About 24 hours after the accident he expired. His remains were carried to Moriah for interment where Revs. Rice and Rabman officiated in the funeral services. He leaves a wife, four daughters and two sons besides a number of other relatives to mourn his loss. Another member of the Salem church and Sunday School is gone to his reward.
ANDERSON Elizabeth J. 08 Nov 1816 21 Aug 1829
ANDERSON James K. 13 Oct 1826 08 Jul 1854
(h/o Mary Ann Cooper Anderson)
(s/o Samuel and Mary Anderson)
ANDERSON Jane [Barber] 02 Jul 1776 06 Nov 1845
(w/o Robert Anderson, Jr.)
(d/o and Barber)
ANDERSON James 04 Feb 1807 20 May 1874
(Bro. of Joseph Jackson Anderson)
(s/o and Anderson)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 21 May 1874
Died at the residence of his brother, J. J. Anderson, on yesterday morning at 1 o'clock, of consumption, Mr. Jas. Anderson, aged 67 years, 3 months and 16 days. His remains will be interred at Moriah this morning at 12 o'clock, where funeral will be preached by Rev. W. H. Hughes. Mr. Anderson has been a resident of Giles County for about 64 years, having been raised on the old Anderson Farm, near which he died.
ANDERSON, Martha [Davenport] __ ___ 18__ 08 Jul 1896
(w/o Joseph Jackson Anderson) unmarked grave (d/o and Davenport)
The Pulaski Citizen 16 Jul 1896
Campbellsville---Mrs. Martha Anderson, wife of Mr. Jack Anderson and a sister of the Rev. Tom Davenport, died at her home on Ham’s Creek, Wednesday, the 8th, and was buried at Moriah, Thursday.
ANDERSON Mary Ann [Cooper] 08 Nov 1812 19 Aug 1828
(w/o James K. Anderson) md 2 Aug 1849
(d/o and Cooper)
ANDERSON Nancy 20 Apr 1802 27 Oct 1816
ANDERSON Pauline Mize 16 Mar 1908 19 Feb 2004
(w/o T. Loyd Anderson)
(d/o James Lewis and Nola Ann Glover Mize)
Obituary: WKSR Obituaries 20 Feb 2004
Ruby Pauline Mize Anderson died yesterday at Sunbridge Health Care in Fayetteville. She was 95 years old. Visitation will be held from 4-8pm todayat Carr & Erwin Funeral Home. Services will be held tomorrow at 11am at Carr & Erwin Funeral Home with Phillip Eubank officiating. Burial will follow in the Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Survivors include one son, James Thomas Anderson of Virginia, and three brothers, James E. Mize and Herbert Mize, both of Pulaski and byBert Mize of Alabama. Two grandchildren and several great grandchildren also survive. She was preceded in death by her parents, James Lewis and Nola Ann Glover Mize, and by her husband, Thomas Loyd Anderson. She was also preceded in death bytwo brothers, Herchel and Loyd Mize, and by two sisters, Ella Mae Bruner and Sally Ruth Mize.Memorials may be made to the Trinity United Methodist Church.Carr & Erwin Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements for Ruby Pauline Mize.
ANDERSON, Robert Daniel 18 Jun 1824 09 Sep 1827
(s/o Samuel and Mary Anderson)
ANDERSON, Robert Jr. 15 Jul 1776 11 Aug 1825
(s/o and Anderson)
ANDERSON, Thomas Loyd 07 Oct 1907 25 Jun 1981
(h/o Pauline Mize Anderson)
(s/o Thomas Daniel and Rebecca Susan Petty Anderson)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 01 Jul 1981
A native of Giles County, Thomas Floyd Anderson, 73, of Donelson, died Thursday, June 25 in Donelson Hospital. Funeral rites were held Saturday at 3:00 p. m. at Carr and Erwin Chapel by the Rev. Mack Pinkelton and the Rev. Jeff Littrell. Interment followed in Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Mr. Anderson, who was the son of the late Thomas Daniel and Rebecca Susan Petty
Anderson, was a teacher for 15 years with the Giles County School System. He was a member of the Nashville Board of Realtors, the Southern Country Realty Co., the National Association of Retired Federal Employees, the Post Office Credit Union Review Board, the McWhirtersville Masonic Lodge and a Scottish Rite Mason. He held membership in the Andrew Price United Methodist Church. Mr. Anderson had served 30 years with the United States postal service before his retirement. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Pauline Mize Anderson; a son, James T. Anderson, Alexandria, Va.; a brother, Joe Anderson, Pulaski; a sister, Mrs. Eunice Harris, Lawrenceburg; two grandchildren and one great grandchild.
APPLETON, Allie Rufus 18 Dec 1910 03 May 1932
(s/o Robert David and Myrtle Matthews Appleton) Unmarked Grave-Death Record APPLETON, Cletus Butler __ ___ 1922 01 Feb 2008
(h/o Elizabeth Hutton Appleton) (div)
(s/o Robert David and Myrtle Modene Matthews Appleton)
Obituary: WKSR Obituaries 01 Feb 2008
Cletus Butler Appleton died today in Pulaski. He was a Giles County native and 85 years old. Visitation will be held tomorrow from 4-8 p.m. at Carr & Erwin Funeral Home. Services will be held Sunday at 2p.m. in the chapel of Carr & Erwin Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Survivors include a sister, Lillian Hutton of Pulaski. Other survivors include grandchildren, Yogi Milsap, Michael Campbell and Lake Campbell. Six great grandchildren also survive. Carr & Erwin Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements for Cletus Butler Appleton
APPLETON, Myrtle Matthews 24 Nov 1887 05 Aug 1948
(w/o Robert David Appleton)
(d/o John Cameron and Nancy Ann Bills Matthews)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 11 Aug 1948
Funeral services for Mrs. Myrtle Appleton, 60, wife of Dave Appleton, who died of a heart attack at 1:45 o’clock Thursday afternoon, August 5, at the home on South Fifth Street, were held at the Church of God tabernacle at 2 o’clock Saturday afternoon, conducted by the Rev. J. W. Leatherwood, pastor of the church. Burial took place in Moriah Cemetery. Mrs. Appleton is survived by her husband, Robert David Appleton; three daughters, Miss Maudie Mae Appleton, Mrs. Christine Hyatt, and Mrs. Lillian Hutton; three sons, Mack Appleton, Robert Appleton, and Cletus Appleton, all of Pulaski; fourteen grandchildren; all ofGiles County; one sister, Mrs. Ella King, Pulaski; and two brother, J. R. Matthews, Pulaski and Albert Matthews, High Point, N.C.
APPLETON, Robert David 06 Mar 1879 19 Dec 1955
(h/o Myrtle Matthews Appleton)
(s/o Sam and Elmina Sutton Appleton)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 21 Dec 1955
Funeral services for Robert David Appleton, 76, local brick mason, were held at one o’clock Wednesdayafternoon at Pulaski Funeral Home, conducted bythe Rev. Mack Pinkelton, Baptist minister and burial took place in Moriah Cemetery. Mr. Appleton died at ten o’clock Monday night at his home on West Poplar Street after a long illness. Born March 6, 1879, in Giles County, he was the son of the late Sam Appleton and Elmina Sutton Appleton, and was a member of the Methodist Church. His wife, Mrs. Myrtle Appleton, died August 5, 1948. Mr. Appleton is survived by three daughters, Miss Maudie Appleton, Pulaski, Mrs. Thomas Hyatt and Mrs. Robert Hutton, Giles County; three sons, Mack Appleton, Robert Appleton, and Cletus Appleton, all of Pulaski; twentygrandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. Geneva Griggs, Pulaski, Mrs. Sam Adams, Veto, Ala., Mrs. Jim Johnson, Bodenham, Mrs. Thomas Clark, Leoma, and
Mrs. GuyDuncan, Battle Creek, Mich.; and three brothers, John Appleton, Veto, Ala., Douglas Appleton, Lawrenceburg, and Weakley Appleton, Coldwater, Mich. Pulaski Funeral Home, Morticians in charge.
APPLETON, Robert York (Penney) 18 Sep 1919 23 Sep 2003
(h/o Inez Appleton)
(s/o Robert David and Myrtle Modene Matthews Appleton)
Obituary: Citizen-Press 25 Sep 2003
Mr. Robert York Appleton, 84, of Pulaski died Sept. 23, 2003, at Hillside Hospital. He was born Sept. 18, 1919, in Pulaski and was the son of the late Robert David and Myrtle Modene Matthews Appleton. He was a retired brick mason and a veteran of World War II. Funeral services were to have been held today (Sept. 25) at Carr and Erwin Funeral Home. Burial was to have been in Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Inez Appleton of Pulaski; son Robert Appleton of Pulaski; seven daughters, Elizabeth Shrader, Carolyn Glover, Sue Ward, Pam Tyler and Marilyn Randolph, all of Pulaski, Peggy Fry of Goodspring and Paulette Miller of Shelbyville; brother Cletus Appleton of Pulaski; sister Lillian Hutton of Pulaski; 13 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
ARCHER, Barbara Edna Willoughby 10 Jan 1917 16 Dec 2002
(w/o Wallace Russell Archer) M/Sgt US Air Force WWII
(d/o Nathan Lee and Lella Mae Englett Willoughby)
Obituary: Citizen Press 19 Dec 2002
Mrs. Barbara Edna WilloughbyArcher, 85, ofNashville died Dec. 16, 2002, at Good Samaritan Health and Rehab Center in that city. She was born Jan. 10, 1917, in Giles County and was the daughter of the late Nathan and Ella Mae Englett Willoughby. She was married to the late Wallace Archer and was retired from the U. S. Air Force. Funeral services were held Dec. 18 at Carr and Erwin Funeral Home in Pulaski. Burial was in Mt. Moriah Cemetery in Giles County. Memorial may be made to the Mt. Moriah Cemetery fund. Survivors include three brothers, James A. Willoughby of Houston, Texas, Bobby Willoughby of Nashville andNorris Willoughby of Brea, Calif.; and two sisters, Jane Wheeler of Pulaski and Jean Martin of Nashville.
ARCHER, Wallace R. 05 May 1916 03 May 1980
(h/o Barbara Edna Willoughby Archer) M/Sgt US Air Force WWII, Korea and Viet Nam. ARNEY, Bessie Forsythe 17 Sep 1891 07 Jan 1969
(w/o Benjamin Elmo Arney)
(d/o Robert Harry and Julia Simpson Forsythe)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 8 Jan 1969
Mrs. Bessie Arney, 77, died Tuesday morning, January 7, at her home in Pulaski.
Funeral services for Mrs. Arney, wife of the late B. E. Arney, were held Wednesday afternoon, January 8, at 2 o’clock in the chapel of Bennett-May Funeral Home with the Rev. Billy Craighead and the Rev. Mack Pinkelton officiating. Burial was in Mt. Moriah Cemetery. A native of Giles County, Mrs. Arney was born September 17, 1891. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Louise Brownlow, Stella, Mrs. OlaDavis, Columbia; three step-sons, RoyBrown Arney, Pulaski, Benton Arney, Atlanta, Ga., and Edward Allen Arney, Lewisburg. Bennett-May Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
ASHBY, Mamie Paisley 29 May 1883 11 Mar 1904
(d/o John M. and Mary Horne Paisley)
BAKER, David 22 Aug 1787 23 Sep 1841
(s/o and Baker)
BAKER, Emma Lee 18 Feb 1862 18 Dec 1940
(d/o James C. and Iantha Elizabeth Brown Baker)
BAKER, Iantha Elizabeth 10 Apr 1835 15 Mar 1907
(w/o James C. Baker)
(d/o and Brown)
BAKER, James C. 01 Jul 1832 20 Jun 1904
(h/o Iantha Elizabeth Brown Baker)
(s/o and Baker)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 23 Jun 1904
Jim Baker died Monday at his home near Conway. He had been in feeble health for some time. He leaves a family. The burial occurred at Moriah Tuesday. Rev. S. H. Eshmann offering prayer.
BAKER, Mrs. __ ___ ____ 25 Jan 1876
(Mother of James C. Baker) Unmarked
The Pulaski Citizen 27 Jan 1876
About 9 miles south of Pulaski, on Monday night last, Mrs. Baker, mother of James C. Baker. The remains were interred at Moriah on Tuesday.
BAKER, Lewis Frazier 02 Jul 1908 04 Apr 1965
(h/o Lula Myrtle Brady Baker)
(s/o Tom and Paralee Beard Baker)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 7 Apr 1965
Funeral services for Lewis Frazier Baker, 56, Pulaski butcher, were held at 2 o’clock Tuesday afternoon in Bennett-May Funeral Home, conducted by Andrew Brown, minister of Second Street Church of Christ. Burial took place in Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Mr. Baker died on Sunday, April 4, 1965, in Giles County Hospital after a long illness. Born July 2, 1908, in Giles County, he was the son of the late Tom Baker and Paralee Beard Baker. He was a member of the Church of Christ. Mr. Baker is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lula Brady Baker, nurse at Fairhaven Nursing Home, Pulaski. Bennett-May Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
BAKER, Lula Myrtle Brady 04 Jun 1906 25 May 1980
(w/o Lewis F. Baker)
(d/o James Hiram and Mary Clay Grimes Brady)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen 28 May 1980
Funeral services for Mrs. Lula Myrtle Baker of Pulaski, who died Sunday, May 25 at St. Thomas Hospital, Nashville were conducted Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at Carr and Erwin Chapel with Church of Christ minister, G. C Fox officiating. Burial was in Mt. Moriah Cemetery. Mrs. Baker, who was a nurse was a native of Lincoln County. Her parents were the late James Hiram and Mary Clay Grimes Brady and she was married to the late Lewis Baker. The only immediate survivor are a brother, Burton Brady, McBurg and a sister, Mrs. May Khone of Nashville.
BALCH, Elizabeth M. "Betty" 08 May 1855 24 Jul 1865
(d/o James Charles and Mary W. Cosby Balch)
BALCH, Mary W. Cosby 01 Sep 1824 05 Dec 1855
(w/o James Charles Balch and d/o Lewis and Mary Cosby)
BALL, Martha Louise 04 Dec 1923 21 Oct1930
(d/o Odell and Ruby Hamlett Ball)
BALL, Odell 11 Sep 1902 25 Jul 1985
(h/o Ruby Mae Hamlett Ball)
(s/o William Mack and Verna Carter Ball)
Obituary: The Pulaski Citizen __ Jul 1985
Mr. Odell Ball, 82, died Thursday, July 26, 1985 at his residence. Funeral services were held Saturday, July27 at Bennett May Chapel with burial in Mt. Moriah Cemetery. He was the son of the late William Mack and Verna Carter Ball and was married to Rubie Mae Hamlett Ball. Other survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Davidson, Nashville and Mrs. Helen Davenport, Donelson; one brother, Lawrence Ball, Erlanger, Ky. five grandchildren and one great grandchild.