Monday, January 19, 2009


Also, In Obituaries from Tennessee Newspapers by Jill Garrett:
PULLEN, Ellen, daughter of Mrs. J. C. Pullen, died 22 July 1869 at Wales Station, Giles County; attended Ward’s Seminary. (Nashville Republican Banner, 22 Aug 1869)

PULLEN, John C., was accidently shot to death a few days ago. (Nashville Republican Banner, 28 March 1868.)

PULLEN, (or PULLEM), John, was drowned in Elk River, Lincoln County recently; he was subject to fits and must have had an attack it is believed. (Nashville Daily Gazette, 19 April 1852.)

PULLEN, Mrs. Sarah, died last Tuesday, aged about 80 years; wife of Thomas Pullen; sister of the late Jeremy Gilmer; funeral at McCain’s. (Columbia Herald, 29 Nov. 1895)

PULLEN, W. A., blacksmith, Wayland Springs, Lawrence County, in shoeing a wild horse on the 2d instant, was thrown to the ground and his leg broken; he died that night. (Nashville Union and American. 17 March 1874)

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