Robert A Yarbrough

Submitted by: Phyllis


DECATUR DAILY, Monday, July 20, 1936

Robert A. Yarbrough, well known Decatur citizen died at 12:10 this morning at his home in suburban Moulton Heights after an illness of three months. Services will be conducted from the residence at 3 p.m. Tuesday by the Rev. T.H. Wilson and the Rev. W.W. Coffey, with burial following at City cemetery in charge of Brown. Mr. Yarbrough is survived by two daughters, Miss Lala Yarbrough, Moulton Heights; Mrs. H. G. George, Sterling, Va., two sons, Herbert and J. E. Yarbrough, of Moulton Heights; two sisters, Mrs. Jennie Sims and Miss Mattie Yarbrough, Mayfield, Ky., a brother, M. V. Yarbrough, of Paris Tenn., and a number of grandchildren. Pallbearers will be: Judson Stockston, E. L. Jolly, J. M. Byars, Thos. Prosser, Floyd Barnes and C. L. Inman. Mr. Yarbrough who came here in 1887 from Mayfield, Ky., to make his home was for years an employee of the L & N Railroad Company at the local shops. Later he was engaged in agricultural pursuits.


 

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