The Lauderdale Enterprise
OBITUARY OF HANNAH LUNSFORD BYRN
After a lingering illness at her home two
miles north of Ripley, Mrs. Hannah Lunsford BYRN entered into rest
She was the daughter of William and Mariah LUNSFORD who died in 1884 and 1890 respectively; was the mother of fifteen, seven of whom are now living and were with her during her last illness and at the time of her death, to wit: Mrs. Fannie E. Stewart, Mrs. Georgia A. Thompson, J. W. Byrn, R. L. Byrn, Walter Byrn, and Mrs. Cora B. Caldwell, all of whom are now living near the old home place except J. W. and R. L. Byrn who reside in Brownsville, Haywood County, Tennessee.
Besides being the mother of fifteen children, she was the grandmother of thirty children and the great grandmother of twenty-six children.
Her only living brother, A. R. LUNSFORD, of
She was a
member of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, at
remains were laid to rest in
Mr. A. R. Lunsford of Monette, Ark., who was called here by the death of his sister, Mrs. Hannah Byrn, returned home Monday.
Name of Deceased: Mrs. Hanna Burns 652
Sex: F Color: W
Age: 70 years
Place of Death: Near Ripley
Cause of Death: Uremic Poison
Place of Birth: Lauderdale Co.
Occupation: House Keeper
Physician: G. A. Lusk
Date Recorded: Aug 8 - 1912
County Court Clerk: Lee B. Archer
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