1 Services Held for William S. Gentry: WILLIAM STANTON GENTRY OBT. Funeral services for William Stanton Gentry were held at Gentry s Chapel Church Tuesday afternoon. Rev. J. L. Hale, pastor of Arnold s Chapel Methodist Church was in charge. His death occurred Monday morning after a lingering illness. He was an active member of the Methodist Church from early manhood until his illness confined him to his home. He is survived by his wife, 3 sons, E. H., Herbert, and Herman Gentry, one daughter, Mrs. J. D. Harris of Baxter, 6 brothers, T. M., R. A., J. F., L. A., and J. L. Gentry all of Cookeville, Rt. 2, and N. R. Gentry of Lakeland, FL, and several grandchildren. Burial was in Gentry Cemetery. WILLIAM STANTON GENTRY b. 3 March 1860 d. 8 March 1937 Wife: Martha Jane McCaleb Father: Lewis P. Gentry Mother: Martha Washington Buck Buried: Gentry Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN MARTHA JANE (MCCALEB) GENTRY b. 22 October 1861, Putnam Co., TN d. 2 November 1939 Husband: William Stanton Gentry Father: David Lindsay McCaleb Mother: Fannie Evaline Shanks Buried: Gentry Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN Children of William Stanton Gentry & Martha Jane McCaleb: Erasmus Hershel Gentry, b. 5 February 1885 d. 11 March 1944 md 1 st Eliza (Maxwell) Gentry on the 14 th of July 1907, Putnam Co., TN, md 2 nd on the 26 th of October 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Parilla (Massa) Gentry, b. 6 October 1895 d. 16 December 1981, both buried in Gentry Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Frances Fannie Gertrude Gentry, b. 27 March 1887 d. 29 October 1971 md on the 21 st of September 1910, Putnam Co., TN to Rev. Joseph Daniel Harris, b. 28 June 1870 d. 18 February They are both buried in the Crest Lawn Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Frances Fannie Gertrude Gentry & Rev. Joseph Daniel Harris had three children: Orville Harris, b. ca md Edith Estelle Gunne in 1940; Frank B. Harris, b. ca md Winona Lee in September Daughter of Eldridge Lee. They operated the Winona Motel on Hwy. 70 near Cookeville; and J. D. Harris. Herbert Lindsey Gentry, b. 25 August 1889 d. 26 February 1969 md Cordelia Jane Bray on the 25 th of December 1908, Putnam Co., TN, d/o John Bray & Frances Fannie Gentry. They are both buried in the Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Hubert & Cordelia (Bray) Gentry had eight children: Alphus L. Gentry, b. 13 May 1910 md Pearl Ann Randolph; Gladys Gentry, b. 15 Feb md Simmons Carter; Irene Gentry, b. 27 Sept d. 20 May 1941 in Putnam Co., TN, buried in the Gentry Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN, never married; Winnell Gentry, b. ca md Stella Warren; J. D. Gentry md Myrtle Carter; Lorene Gentry, b. 10 Nov d. 16 Nov md Martin Mart Stewart, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery; Thuman H. Gentry, b. 3 Sept md Barbara Ann Lafever & Emma Sue Gentry, b. 9 Nov md Ralph Ward.
2 *See Martin Mart Stewart, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Cora E. Gentry, b. 30 October 1893 d. 27 October 1894, buried in Gentry Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Herman Lewis Gentry, b. 22 October 1895 d. 5 October 1971 md 1 st on the 11 th of August 1913, Putnam Co., TN to Laura Threecy Hickey (Gentry) Gentry. They had at least 5 children and divorced. He md 2 nd Daisy Cowan (Gentry) Gentry, b. 6 August 1893 d. 4 February 1973, d/o Wiley B. Gentry & Nancy Elizabeth Lizzie Myers. They are both buried in the Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Bonnie E. Gentry, b. 12 March 1900 d. 8 April 1901, buried in Gentry Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. REV. JOSEPH DANIEL HARRIS OBT. b. 28 June 1870 d. 18 February 1959 md Frances Fannie Gertrude (Gentry) Harris, b. 24 March 1887 d. 29 October *See Frances Fannie (Gentry) Harris Obt. Rev. Joseph Daniel Harris, 88, died at this home, 605 Douglas St., Wednesday night following an extended illness. Funeral services will be Saturday at 2:00 at the First Methodist Church with Rev. James Reed Cox and Rev. David B. Sargent, officiating. Burial will be in Crestlawn Cemetery. The body is at Hooper and Huddleston funeral home where it will remain until time for the funeral. Rev. Harris, a veteran minister of the Methodist church, son of Robert and Martha Burgess Harris, was a native Putnam Countian, born and reared in the 16 th district. He was twice married, first to Martha Anderson to which were born two daughters and three sons. Following her death he married the former Gertrude Gentry also a native Putnam countian and they had three sons. Rev. Harris was a teacher of this area for many years and in 1910 founded Baxter Seminary and throughout his life continued his interest in its success and progress. He was a graduate of the Theological seminary of the University of Chattanooga and in 1901 was ordained as a minister of the Methodist church and since that time served as superintendent of the Baxter Tullahoma district of the church, as conference evangelist and held pastorates in Georgia, Tennessee, Arkansas, Kansas and Virginia. A minister for more than a half century, he held at the time of his death membership in the Holston conference. Following his retirement, some fifteen years ago, he and Mrs. Harris came from Baxter to Cookeville to live residing at the Douglas street address. In former years he called Cookeville home where he was a large property owner. Some ten years ago Rev. Harris sustained a broken hip in a fall and since then had been a semi invalid until recently when he became seriously ill. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Gertrude Gentry Harris, two daughters, Mrs. Jessie Strohm of Colorado Springs, CO; Mrs. Creola Sykes of Los Angeles, CA, six sons, J. Herman Harris, of Los Angeles, Robert Harris of Long Beach, CA, Willard Harris of Louisville, Orville Harris of Cookeville, Frank Harris of Cookeville, Joe Harris of Germantown, a half brother, Jim Harris of Cookeville, 15 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Dispatch, TN: 18 February Dispatch, TN: 18 February FRANCES FANNIE (GENTRY) HARRIS OBT.
3 b. 24 March 1887 d. 29 October 1971 md Rev. Joseph Daniel Harris, b. 28 June 1870 d. 18 February Frances G. (Gentry) Harris, d/o William Stanton Gentry & Martha Jane McCaleb. *See Rev. Joseph Daniel Harris Obt. Funeral services for Mrs. Fannie Gertrude (Gentry) Harris, 84, were conducted Sunday afternoon at the chapel of Hooper and Huddleston Funeral Home with the Rev. Ben Alexander officiating. Mrs. Harris passed away Friday in Arab, AL at a infirmary there. She resided on the Monterey Road, but at the time of death, she was visiting with a son in Arab. Mrs. Harris, a native of Tennessee, was the daughter of the late Stanton and Martha McCaleb Gentry. She was the widow of the late J. D. Harris, a former Methodist minister. Survivors include 3 sons, Frank B. Harris, of Cookeville, J. D. Harris, Jr. of Arab, AL and Orville Harris, Bordentown, NJ, 2 step sons, Herman Harris, Chattanooga, TN, and Robert Harris, Phoenix, AZ, 2 stepdaughters, Mrs. Jessie Mae Titzel, Colorado Springs, CO, and Mrs. Creola Sykes, Los Angeles, CA, 5 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild. Burial was in the Crestlawn Memorial Cemetery. Dispatch, TN: 2 November MARTHA (ANDERSON) HARRIS OBT Saturday evening, Mrs. Martha Harris, wife of Presiding Elder J. D. Harris, departed this bank and shoal of time, bringing the finis of a lingering illness of several months. [Date: 6/30/1910, Vol. VIII, No. 26, Page 7] Putnam County Herald newspaper, Cookeville, TN. Note: Martha E. Harris, b. 7 November 1873 d. 25 June 1910 buried in the Baxter Cemetery, Putnam Co.., TN, located between Baxter Elementary School & Baxter Church of Christ. A precious one from us has gone A voice we loved is stilled A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled. FRANK B. HARRIS SR. OBT. FLORIDA Funeral services for Frank B. Harris, Sr., 82, of Orlando, FL, formerly of Cookeville, were held on Saturday, August 26, at Pinecastle United Methodist Church near Orlando. Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery, Orlando, FL. Mr. Harris died on Wednesday, August 23, 2000, at his home. He was born in Baxter to the late Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Daniel Harris and was a former pastor of Baxter Methodist Church and the original founder of Baxter Seminary. Mr. Harris was the last surviving member of Rev. Harris 11 children. While living in Cookeville, he was the builder and owner of Lane Grocery Store and the Winona Motel. After raising their children in Cookeville, Mr. and Mrs. Harris sold the motel and moved to Orlando, where they have lived for the past 28 years. Mr. Harris was a member of the Pinecastle United Methodist Church. His family includes his wife of almost 64 years, Winona K. Lee Harris of Orlando; a son, Bristol Harris of Orlando; a daughter, Leann Harris of San Francisco, Calif.; three grandchildren; and six greatgrandchildren. Published August 26, :02 PM CDT: Herald Citizen Newspaper, Cookeville, Putnam Co., TN
4 JAMES PERRY BRAY OBT. b. 12 January 1880, Putnam Co., TN d. 16 December 1961, Barlow, KY, md Adell (Gentry) Bray. James Perry Bray also md on the 14 th of November 1899, White Co., TN to Amanda Elizabeth Myatt ( ), d/o Alexander Myatt & Betty Cardinal. James Perry Bray, s/o John Bray ( ) & Frances Fannie Gentry ( ). *See Cordelia (Bray) Gentry Obt. Funeral services for James Perry Bray, 82, were held Monday in Barlow, KY, where he died Saturday at a rest home. Burial was in Barlow. Mr. Bray was born and reared in the 16 th district of Putnam County, spending the greater part of his life in the Oak Grove Community. He was the son of John and Fannie Gentry Bray and was a member of the Free Will Baptist Church at Gentry. Survivors include his wife Mrs. Adell Gentry Bray; three sons, James and Thomas Bray, Evansville, IN, Jonah Bray, Barlow, KY; three daughters, Mrs. Ola Tonkin, Louisville, Mrs. Eula Boyles, Barlow, Mrs. Lola B. Sullenger, Kevil, KY; two sisters, Mrs. Bob Montgomery, Mrs. Herbert Gentry, two brothers, Wade and Levester Bray, all of Cookeville; 13 grandchildren, 16 great grandchildren. The Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 19 December CORDELIA JANE (BRAY) GENTRY OBT. b. 5 October 1890 d. 11 January 1985, md 25 December 1908, Putnam Co., TN to Herbert Lindsey Gentry, b. 25 August 1899 d. 26 February 1967, s/o William Stanton Gentry & Martha Jane McCaleb. Cordelia Jane (Bray) Gentry, d/o John Bray ( ) & Frances Fannie Gentry ( ). *See John Perry Bray Obt. Funeral services for Mrs. Cordelia B. Gentry, 94, were held at 11:00 Monday January 14, 1985 from the Hooper Huddleston Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Jack Gentry & Rev. Carson Whitaker officiating. Mrs. Gentry died Friday January 11 at Master s Rest Home. She was a native of Putnam County, the wife of the late Herbert Gentry and the daughter of John & Fannie Gentry Bray. Survivors include 3 sons, Alphus Gentry of Cookeville, J. D. Gentry of Ocala, FL & Truman Gentry of Detroit, MI; 2 daughters, Mrs. Gladys Carter of Cookeville, & Mrs. Sue Ward of Chattanooga; 1 brother, Wade Bray; 11 grandchildren; several great grandchildren. Pallbearers: Ray Carter, Allon Gentry, Dilmore Carter, Buddy Pitts, Eddie Jared & Hershel Bush. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. arrangements. Hooper Huddleston Funeral Home was in charge of Dispatch, TN: Tuesday, 15 January HERBERT LINDSEY GENTRY OBT. b. 25 August 1899 d. 26 February 1967 md 25 December 1908, Putnam Co., TN, Cordelia Jane (Bray) Gentry, b. 5 October 1890 d. 11 January 1985, d/o John Bray ( ) & Frances Fannie Gentry ( ). Herbert Lindsey Gentry is the s/o William Stanton Gentry & Martha Jane McCaleb. *See Cordelia Jane (Bray) Gentry Obt.
5 *See Herman Lewis Gentry buried in Cookeville City Cemetery *See Martin Mart Stewart, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN. Funeral services for Herbert L. Gentry, 78, will be held Friday, February 28 at 1:00 in the chapel of Hooper Huddleston Funeral Home. Rev. Carson Whitaker will officiate. Burial will be in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Gentry, a resident of Buffalo Valley Road, died Wednesday in the Cookeville General Hospital following a long illness. A retired carpenter, he was a native of Putnam County, son of the late Stanton and Martha Jane McCaleb Gentry. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Cordelia Bray Gentry, 2 daughters, Mrs. Gladys Carter, Cookeville, Mrs. Sue ward, Dayton, OH, 4 sons, Alphus and Winnel Gentry of Cookeville, J. D. Gentry, Ocala, FL, Truman Gentry, Detroit, a brother, Herman Gentry, Cookeville, a sister, Mrs. Gertrude Harris, Cookeville, 9 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. The body is at the funeral home. Herald Citizen, Cookeville, TN: 27 February Hubert & Cordelia (Bray) Gentry had eight children: Alphus L. Gentry, b. 13 May 1910 md Pearl Ann Randolph; Gladys Gentry, b. 15 Feb md Simmons Carter; Irene Gentry, b. 27 Sept d. 20 May 1941 in Putnam Co., TN, buried in the Gentry Cemetery, Putnam Co., TN, never married; Winnell Gentry, b. ca md Stella Warren; J. D. Gentry md Myrtle Carter; Lorene Gentry, b. 10 Nov d. 16 Nov md Martin Mart Stewart, buried in Cookeville City Cemetery; Truman H. Gentry, b. 3 Sept md Barbara Ann Lafever & Emma Sue Gentry, b. 9 Nov md Ralph Ward. HERMAN LEWIS GENTRY OBT. b. 22 October 1895 d. 5 October 1971, md Daisy (Cowan) Gentry, b. 6 August 1893 d. 4 February Herman Lewis Gentry, s/o William Stanton Gentry & Martha Jane McCaleb. Funeral services for Herman L. Gentry, 76, of Walnut St., Cookeville, were held last Thursday, October 7, from the chapel of Whitson Funeral Home. Rev. Buddy Green and Rev. Critt Holman were the officiating ministers. Burial was in Cookeville City Cemetery. Mr. Gentry died last Tuesday, October 7, 1971, at the Cookeville General Hospital after an extended illness. He was the son of the late Stanton Gentry and Martha McCaleb Gentry, and was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Daisy Gentry of Cookeville, 2 sons, Arvie Gentry of Livonia, MI, Thurman Gentry of Riverview, MI, 2 daughters, Mrs. Marie Hauer of Livonia, MI, Mrs. Bonnie Alvarez, Farmington, MI, 14 grandchildren, and 2 great grandchildren, 1 sister, Mrs. Gertrude Harris of Cookeville, and 1 step daughter, Mrs. Russel Fagg, Cudahy, CA. Dispatch, TN: 12 October 1971, pg. 12. *See Gentry files at:
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Photos of Mitchell reunion circa 1923 Comments by Gerry Lynn Hamilton, Version 3-3-09 In 2008, Luella Mae (Mitchell) Hamilton said these photos may have been taken at the Daniel T. Yentzer farm. Daniel
Joseph S. Caples Pioneer of 1844 compiled by Stephenie Flora oregonpioneers.com Joseph S. Caples b. 23 Jun 1803 Baltimore, MD 10 Nov 1881 Union, Columbia Co, OR s/o William Caples and Elizabeth Green m.
Boonsboro Mausoleum Entombment Records - 3/15/2012 ID # Name Cript Death Entombment Birth Notes/Inscriptions Martz, John G 1 00-00-1863 00-00-1870 Martz, Florence E 2 00-00-1938 00-00-1870 His wife Martz,