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1921 obit J.F. Buck, formerly of Henderson Co. TN
Posted by: L. (ID *****4750) Date: September 11, 2005 at 06:51:17
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Obituary of J.F. BUCK, formerly of Henderson Co TN
Decatur County Herald, Decatur County, TN
Friday, 21 OCT 1921

MRS. P.W. MILLER received a telegram last Friday night about death of her brother-in-law, J.F. BUCK.
Died: 7 o'clock that morning at his home.
Married: 1886 to Miss Ella SMITH at Lexington.
Children: daughter Willie, son Guy
Their mother died young.
The children became a member of the BARRY family for many years.
Sympathies to: daughter MRS. WILLIE McCOLLUM, son GUY BUCK

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-Also see obituary of J. FRANK BUCK on page 186 of "Crossing the Dark River" by Brenda Kirk Fiddler.

-J.F. BUCK b 29 FEB 1864, died West Plains, MO

-Ella E. SMITH Buck b 26 MAR 1865 HeCoTn, d 15 NOV 1890 HeCoTn, and was buried in Lexington City Cem., HeCoTn. She was the daughter of John SMITH b NC and Emeline E. FULLER Smith b HeCoTn, who are buried in Lexington City Cem. Ella was the granddaughter of Jordan FULLER and Elizabeth CONYERS Fuller of HeCoTn, who came to HeCoTn around 1823 from Franklin Co. NC.

-Mrs. P.W. Miller was Hettie Eugenia SMITH b Lexington, HeCoTn, who married 1st HENRY BARRY, brother of W. V. Barry (editor/owner of Lexington Progress newspaper); and married 2nd P.W.MILLER in DeCoTn. Hettie was buried in Decaturville City Cem., Decaturville, DeCoTn. Hettie took over the Decatur County Herald newspaper after her husband Henry Barry died.

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