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Clinton Courier May 27, 1971
Young Briceville Man Killed In Roane Chase.
A young Briceville man was killed Saturday night in a three-car collision as he was being chased by Roane County officers on State Highway 61 between Oliver Springs and Harriman. Michael Byrge,21,who made his home with his parents in Graves Gap community at Briceville Rt.1, speed away in his car after being arrested for drunk driving,State Trooper Buddy Patton said. A passenger,Fred O. Lively,19,also of Briceville,received only minor injuries when Byrge car overturned in the center of the two lane highway.The accident occurred at 9:30 p.m. Saturday. One other vehicles which struck the death car on a curve was driven by Deputy Sheriff Roy Patterson.
A Harriman man,Clifford L .Phillips,drove the third car.They and their passengers received only minor injuries. Byrge had been employed by Dan Hicks Construction Co.in Knoxville for six months, since being discharged from the Navy.He wad in the Seabees and served in Vietnam from June to December of 1969.He attended Lake City High School.Services were at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Graves Gap Church with the Rev.Henry Duncan officiating.Burial was in Brown Cemetery.Besides his parents,Mr.and Mrs.Jesse Byrge of Briceville, he leaves a sister,Mrs.Nadine Braden of Briceville,three brothers, E.B. and Enoch Byrge both of Lake City, and Donnie Byrge of Clinton,and his grandmother,Mrs.Mary Brown of Briceville.
Clinton Courier Dec.23,1971
Hatmaker,72,Lake City,Dies Wednesday.
Frazier Hatmaker, 72, a life-long resident of the Lake City area,died at 6:45p.m. Wednesday at Lake City Hospital.His home was on Beech Grove Rd.at Lake City Rt.2.
A retired miner,he was a member of United Mine Worker Of America.
He leaves his wife,Lema Tuttle Hatmaker,three daughters,Mrs.Ina Lou(Ann)Hughes of Clinton, Mrs.Emma Sue Vowell of Lake City and Mrs.Sonia Lee Noe of Homestead,Fla.,four sons, Herbert Hatmaker of Rossville,Mich.,Benny Hatmaker of Cleveland,O, Jimmy and Franklin Hatmaker both of Lake City,three sisters,Mrs.Helen Amos and Mrs.Ethel Jobe both of Lake City,and Mrs.Viola Cox of Madison,W.Va., 14 grandchildren. Services will be at 2p.m. Sunday at Pine Hill Baptist Church,of which he was a member.The Rev.Howard Robbins and the Rev.W.L. Thomas and the Rev.Charles Harness will officiate.Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. The family will receive friends Saturday night at Cox Funeral Home in Lake City.
Clinton Courier Dec.23,1971
Mrs.Caldwell's Uncle Killed:
Word was received in Clinton Wednesday of the accidental death in California
on Tuesday of Pay Edmondson,70, an uncle of Mrs,Kenneth E.Caldwell of
Timothy Ave.Mr.Edmondson is reported to have been fatally injured when a
tree which was being cut down in the yard of his home struck him.
Clinton Courier Dec 23, 1971
Services Held For Miss.Duncan.
Services were held at 2p.m. Sunday at Mt.Pisgah Baptist Church in Oliver Springs
for Miss.Lorene Duncan,who died Friday at Oak Ridge Hospital of cancer.
The Rev. C.J. Holt and Milford Ely officiated.Burial was in Anderson Memorial Gardens. She resided on Butler Mill Rd.at Oliver Springs Rt.3.and was employee of the Bank of Oak Ridge before she became ill.She enjoyed sewing as a hobby.Miss Duncan was a member of Mt.Pisgah Baptist Church.
She leaves her parents,Mr.and Mrs.Mose Duncan of Oliver Springs,two brothers,
Lanford Duncan of Oliver Springs and Lendle Duncan of Clinton,two sisters,
Mrs.James Shultz of Warner Robins,Ga.and Lavada of Oliver Springs.
Clinton Courier Dec.23,1971
Mrs.Leinart's Mother Is Dead.
Mrs.Alice B.Smith, 76,of Caryville Rt.2.died Sunday at ORAU Medical Division.
She was the mother of Mrs.Carl Leinart of Briceville.Services were held at 2p.m.
Tuesday at Lakeview Baptist Church near Caryville with the Rev.Richard Smith
and the Rev.M.A. Cunningham officiating.Burial was in Jacksboro Cemetery.
She leaves her husband,Bill Smith,three other daughters and two sons.
Clinton Courier Feb.3,1977
Lake City's Oldest Man Dies At 98.
Lake City's oldest man,Silas Bullock,98,of 494 Biddle Lane,died Thursday at Lake City Nursing Home of complications of age.A native of Campbell County,he was the son of Mr.and Mrs.Bert Bullock and was born Oct.15,1878.He moved to Lake City after going to work in the Beech Grove mines.He was a miner
until he retired in 1942.He enjoyed farming and fishing in earlier years.Survivors include his wife Mrs.Maudie Bell Bullock,three sons,Harvey Bullock of Caryville,Truman Bullock of Clinton,and Robert Bullock of Gary,Ind.three daughters,Mrs.Charles(Monnie)Russell of Oliver Springs, Mrs.W.J.(Rosie)Strong of Clinton.Mrs.Clayton(Nettie)Towe of Lake City.13 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.Funeral services were held Sunday at West Side Baptist Church with the Rev.Howard Robbins and the Rev.L.B. Huskey officiating.Burial was in Murrayville Cemetery.
Clinton Courier July 1,1971
Services Held For Infant Son Of Hatmaker.
Graveside services were held at 2p.m. Saturday in Lkae City for David Dewayne Hatmaker,infant son of Mr.and Mrs.Jimmy Hatmaker,Old Clear Branch Rd.Lake City,who died at 1a.m.friday in the University Of Tennessee Hospital in Knoxville.He was born prematurely and lived seven days.His death was of pneumonia.
He leaves his parents and his grandparents,Mr.and Mrs.Erby Foust of Lake City Rt.1.and
Mr.and Mrs.Frazier Hatmaker of Lake City Rt.2.The Rev.Charles W.Harness,pastor of
Pine Hill Baptist Church in Lake City,officiated at the services.Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery,Lake City.
Clinton Courier July 22, 1971
Oliver Springs Boy Killed In Front Of Home.
An Oliver Springs boy, playing on a homemade wagon,was killed last Wensday at 2:20p.m.when he was hit by a pickup truck.The death of Fred Gene Tackett,12,occurred in front of his home on Cemetery Rd.within the city limits of Oliver Springs.The boy's parents are Mr.and Mrs.Vernon Tackett.
The father is employed as a truck driver for Bowlin Coal Co.in Jellico,and the mother at Snow White Drive-In Restaurant in Oak Ridge.The wagon on which the child was riding rolled from the drive-way of the home into the path of a pickup truck driven by Roy Nation,28,Oliver Springs Rt.2,as he traveled east toward Oak Ridge,police said.No charges have been filed.
Fred would have been a sixth grader at Oliver Springs Elementary School.He enjoyed caring for his pets,which included a dog and hamsters.He was born in Caryville,from where the family moved about three years ago.The boy was the youngest,child in the family,having a brother Allen,16,who will be a junior at Oliver Springs High School,and two sisters,Verda,17 and Delores,19 both also at home.Services were held at 11a.m.Saturday at Beech Fork Baptist Church with the Rev.J.T. Leach officiating.Burial was in Beech Fork Cemetery.He also leaves grandparents,Mr.and Mrs.Henry Tackett and Mr.and Mrs.Jack Seiber,all of Clinchmore Community at Caryville Rt.1.
Clinton Courier Jan.31,1963
Services For Howard Ault Head Sunday.
Services for Howard W. Ault, 55 formerly of Briceville,were held Sunday at 2p.m..
At Laurel Grove Baptist Church,burial was in Brown Cemetery.Mr.Ault died Jan 23 in
Cleveland,Ohio.Survivors include his wife,Cordelia White Ault,one daughter, Mrs.Mary
Helen Havener,Cleveland,Ohio,Four sisters, Miss.Rosie Ault,Cleveland,Ohio,
Mrs.Martha Brown and Jane Brown both of Briceville,Mrs.Annie Hodges,California,
one brother,James A.Ault,Cincinnati,Ohio,and two grandchildren.