Fannie Lou Franklin Francis Darnell Pollard Adolphus Cox

Mrs. Franklin Dies Near Mt. Eden

Published Friday May 20, 1938, Shelby Sentinel

Mrs. Fannie Lou Franklin, 31, wife of Alonzo Franklin, died Sunday morning at 9:30 o’clock at her home near Mt. Eden.

Mrs. Franklin was a native of Nelson County, but had made her home in this county for sometime.

Besides her husband she is survived by three daughter, Frances, Mary E. and Margaret A. Franklin.

Funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock at Green’s Chapel, Nelson County, by the Rev. Jack Tichenor. Burial was in the Church Cemetery.

**Died 15 May 1938, Fannie Franklin was the daughter of Ed and Annie Elizabeth Armstrong McGaughey***

SOURCE:   Transcribed from various records by Tamryn Glaser.


F. D. Pollard Dies In Louisville

Published, Friday 16 December 1938, Shelby Sentinel.

F. Darnell Pollard, 85, died Saturday morning at 6 o’clock at the home of his son, Arthur Pollard in Louisville.

Mr. Pollard was born and had spent the greater part of his life in this county. He won and retained the respect and esteem of all who knew him. He was a kind friend, a loving father, and a member of the Graefenburg Christian Church.

He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jesse Clark, Mrs. Harrison Edington, both of this county; as son, Arthur Pollard, Louisville; three step-daughters, Mrs. Adrian Huff, Mrs. Pete Clark, and Mrs. Jack Baker, all of this county; twenty-nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock at the Beechridge Church by the Rev. Willard A. Guy. Interment followed in the Beechridge Cemetery.

***Francis Darnell Pollard Died 10 December 1938***

SOURCE:   Transcribed from various records by Tamryn Glaser.

Adolphus Cox Buried Wed.

Published Friday 16 December 1938, Shelby Sentinel

Adolphus Cox, 46 years old, a farmer, died Monday morning at 3 o’clock at his home on Rea Ridge. He was a native of Anderson county, but had spent the past 15 years in Shelby county.

He is survived by one daughter, Miss Allie Mae Cox, 3 sons, Walter V., Herbert and James T. Cox, all of Shelby county , his father, Samuel Cox, of Anderson county; six sisters, Mrs. Will Smitha, Mrs. Roscoe Catlett, Mrs. Clyde Catlett, Mrs. Nora Lawson, all of Shelby county, and Mrs. Sherman Siers and Mrs. Elmo Palmer, of Anderson county; five brothers, Calvin, Luther, Bennie, Shelby; John of Jeffersonville and Ronald of Anderson. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at 11 o’clock at Salem Baptist church by the Rev. Ralph R. White and Rev. Foster E. Howard. Interment was in Grove Hill Cemetery.

***Adolphus Cox died 12 December 1938***

SOURCE:   Transcribed from various records by Tamryn Glaser.

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