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1944 McGee Reunion at Shellsford

1944 McGee Reunion at Shellsford

McMinnville, TN
August 27, 1944


McMinnville Southern Standard 1944-1946

September 8, 1944
The fourth annual reunion of the McGee relatives was 
held at the Shellsford church on Sunday, August 27. A 
large crowd attended and at noon tables were placed on 
the lawn where a picnic lunch was served.
Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dodson, Miss Annett Wilson and James 
Portman Line of Chattanooga; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dodson, 
Mrs. Savell of Hixson; Mr. and Mrs. John Grove and 
daughters, Clara Ray and Anna Bell; Mr. and Mrs. Luther 
Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. William Collier; Mr. and Mrs. John 
Collier; Mr. and Mrs. James Bottoms; Mr. and Mrs. 
Clarence Anderson and daughter, Mildred; Mrs. Willene 
Kell and son, Neiman; 
Mrs. Alice McGregor; Mrs. Isham Ewton; Mrs. Cecil 
Nelson; Mrs. Walter Higginsbotham;  Misses Mary Charles 
Higginsbotham, Gladys and Evelyn Nelson, Gladys Bost;  
Messrs. P. R. Farless, Amos Higginsbotham and Ervin 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McGee and grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Tobe 
McGee, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest McGee, Miss Beatrice McGee, 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred McGee and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Alton 
McGee and son, Jessie Floyd; Messrs. Thurman McGee, 
Willie McGee, Cleve McGee, Allen McGee and Edd McGee, 
who stated that he had one dozen grandsons in service.
Several relatives were absent because of the death of 
the infant of Judge and Mrs. James C. McGee.
Among the visiting friends were the Rev. and Mrs. J. M. 
Byrn, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gaffin, Mrs. Carrie Curtis, 
Mrs. Fannie Jennings, Miss Betty Jean McDaniel of Ft. 
Myers, Fla., Misses Kate Dodson, Gena Gaffin and Martha 
and Betty Sue Kell, Messrs. James Dodson, Wesley Dodson 
and James Byrn.
The next reunion of this family is set for the fourth 
Sunday in August of 1945.

Transcribed by Lynn Schiller


Collection: Lynn Schiller's Collection


Created: 6/9/02 5:24:03 PM