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Mary Ann (Meadows) Folks Obituary 1890-1970
Posted by: Melissa Barker (ID *****6256) Date: June 08, 2006 at 13:30:38
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Source: “The Stewart-Houston Times” Newspaper, a weekly newspaper of Stewart County and Houston County in Tennessee

Date of Newspaper: Wednesday, February 18, 1970
Page: Front Page

Name: Mary Ann (Meadows) Folks
Age: 79
Born: March 23, 1890 in Stewart County, TN.
Died: Exact date not given, died at the Green Valley Medical Center in Dickson County, TN.
Funeral: February 14, 1970 with Milligan Funeral Home in Stewart County, TN.
Burial: City Cemetery in Stewart County, TN.
Parents: William Meadows and Rebecca Biggs
Surviving Spouse: Morris C. Folks
Surviving Children: Mrs. James Story, Mrs. Woodrow Lewis, Mrs. William Simpson, Mrs. Cecil Howell, Mrs. Roscoe Embry, Mrs. Jimmie McClain, Mrs. Leora Simmons
Surviving Siblings: None Listed

If anyone is interested in a copy of the full and original obituary, I would be glad to share. Contact me at kaitysmom@peoplestel.net


In Christ,
Melissa Barker
Genealogy Researcher/Family Historian
RAOGK Volunteer
Have Access to Tennessee Death Certificates for Years 1908-1954 for ALL Counties in Tennessee
Have Access to Tennessee Birth Certificates for Years 1908-1912 for ALL Counties in Tennessee
Have Access to Tons of Tennessee Books and Other Sources

WILL DO LOOK UPS!!


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