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Millie Potts
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After an illness of several weeks
duration Mrs. William Thurston died
at her home eight miles southwest of
Greenville Sunday noon.
Funeral services were conducted at
the Greene cemetery by Rev. W. E.
Wise at ten o'clock Tuesday morning
and the interment was made at that
Mrs. Thurston's maiden name was
Millie E. Potts. She was a daughter
of the late Felix Grundy Potts, a
prominent farmer of the south part of
the county, who died several years
ago and she was born on the
homestead south of this city, on
April 26, 1867. On August 12, 1897
she married Mr. Thurston and to
them were born seven children, four
of whom have died. The surviving
ones are tow sons, Clarence and
Harry and one daughter, Florence.
Three sisters, Mrs. H. C. Plant of near
this city and Mrs. Wm. Crichfield and
Miss Henrietta Potts of Pocahontas
and three brothers, James Potts of
Hookdale, Marion of Gathton and
Henry of Pocahontas also survive.
The Court of Honor of which Mrs.
Thurston was a member assisted in
the services at the cemetery.
Advocate, September 5 1907