Andrew W. Floyd, 68, of Tullahoma, died Tuesday , Aug. 3, 1993, in Broken Arrow, Okla. He was a retired craftsman at AEDC. Preceded in death by his mother, Ora Tuck Floyd, he is survived by his father, Andrew W. Floyd Sr.; wife, June Dockery Floyd; one daughter, Betty Earl, Knoxville; three sons, Justin Floyd, Hillsboro; Ronnie Ross, Orlando, Fla., and Mike Ross, Broken Arrow; two sisters, Edna Foutch and Jean Boyette, both of Hillsboro; two brothers, James Boyd [sic Floyd]and Bill Boyd [sic Floyd], Hillsboro, and 10 grandchildren. Visitation will be from 3 to 9 p.m. today at Tullahoma Funeral Home. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, August. 7, 1993, at Tullahoma Funeral Home chapel with Dr. James Porch officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill Memorial Gardens. Tullahoma Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Obituary contributed by Gene Morris from the Tullahoma News and Guardian, 6 Aug 1993, Tullahoma, TN.
James H. Floyd, 67, of Hillsboro, died Saturday at Saint Thomas Hospital in Nashville after a brief illness.
A native of Coffee County, he was retired from Sverdrup, an Army veteran of the Korean Conflict and member of First Baptist Church of Hillsboro. He was preceded in death by his parents, Andrew Woodard and Ora Tuck Floyd, a brother, A. W. Floyd; and sister, Maxine Sherrill.
Survivors include his wife, Marilyn Hill Floyd; son, Mark Floyd; daughter, Kim Hoover; two sisters, Edna Mae Foutch and Jean Boyette; and brother, Bill Floyd. All survivors are of Hillsboro. Services were held Tuesday at Manchester Funeral Home with Brother Martin Bowlin and Billy Robison officiating. Burial followed in Rutledge Hill Cemetery. Manchester Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements
James is a descendant of Rebecca Catherine Hart Brown d/o Derrell J. Hart & Rachel Morris
Obituary contributed by Gene Morris from the Newsleader, 6 Aug 1997, Manchester, TN.
Nancy Catherine (Tuck) Dean
25 November 1902 - 04 August 1991
Daughter of Rachel Elizabeth (Brown) & Willis M. Tuck
Great grandaughter of Derrell & Rachel
Wife of Charles Allen Dean
Nancy Catherine Tuck Dean, 88, of 311 West Main, Manchester, a housewife, died Aug. 4 at Coffee County Nursing Home. A native of Coffee County, she was born Nov. 25, 1902, to William and Rachel Tuck. Mrs. Dean was a member of the Church of Christ.
Services were held Aug. 8 at Watson-Gamble Funeral Home, with Ed Boggess officiating. Burial was in Franklin Memorial Gardens. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Irene Uselton of Hillsboro, Mrs. Audrey Bougski [sic-Boguski] of Oklahoma, Mrs. Mary Wickom of Indiana, and Mrs. George Reed of Manchester; two sons, Willie Dean of Texas and Daniel Dean of Manchester; one sister, Cora Jones of Munsey, Ind.; 17 grandchildren; 33 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren.
Contributed by Gene Morris The Herald-Chronicle, Aug. 22, 1991
Charles Allen Dean
29 August 1898 - 19 December 1980
Husband of Nancy Tuck
Charles Allen Dean, 82, of Route 2, Manchester, a retired farmer, died Friday at Coffee County Hospital following an extended illness. A Bedford County native, he was born Aug. 29, 1898. He was the son of Daniel T. and Mary Ray Dean. He was a Baptist.
Services were Monday at Watson Funeral Home. The Rev. R. W. Whitlock officiated. Burial was in Franklin Memorial Gardens. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Nancy Tuck Dean; four daughters, Mrs. Bobby Reed, Manchester; Mrs. Jack Uselton, Hillsboro; Mrs. Alex Boguski, Okmulgee, Okla., and Mrs. Mary Schwartz, Springport, Ind.; two sons, Willis Dean, Arlington, Texas, and Daniel Dean, Manchester; 16 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren
Contributed by Gene Morris
The Herald-Chronicle, Dec. 25, 1980
Mrs. Flora Edith Cravens of 824 Keylon Street, Manchester, formerly of Hillsboro, was dead on arrival Nov. 25 at Coffee General Hospital of an apparent heart attack. She was 78.
She was a daughter of the late Derrell and Mary Elizabeth Bruton Brown and was married to Calvin Lucian Cravens, who died in 1974. She was a member of the Hillsboro Church of Christ.
Services were Saturday at Manchester Funeral Home with Carl Russell officiating. Burial was in the Presbyterian Cemetery in Hillsboro. Survivors are two sons, Charles Cravens of Manchester and L. B. Cravens of Hillsboro, two daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Snow of Manchester and Mrs. Edna Sutherland of Hillsboro; three brothers, Emmitt Brown of Hillsboro, Davis Brown of Tullahoma and Ewin Brown of Manchester; one sister, Mrs. Ruby Matlock of Hillsboro; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Contributed by Gene Morris form the Manchester Times, Manchester, TN 3 December 1981
Mary Ann (Hart) Mullins
29 August 1841 - 02 December 1931
Daughter of Derrel J. & Rachel (Morris) Hart
Mrs. Mary Ann (Hart) Mullins , 90, died Wednesday at the home of her son, Sam Mullins, near Mount Hermon. She was the widow of Richard Mullins, who died many years ago. She had been a member of the Baptist church for 76 years and was beloved by a wide circle of relatives and friends. Funeral services were held at the home of her son, Sam Mullins, thursday morning, conducted by the Rev. Mr. Gore of Wartrace, followed by burial in the cemetery nearby.