Bagwell, Patsy Jo
Patsy Jo Bagwell born July 26,1949 in Morgon County.Died at Decatur General Hospital in Morgon County July 3,2003.Services will be Saturday July 5,2003 at Cullman Hertiage Funeral Home with Rev.Raymond Brown & Rev.Jerry Freeman officiating.Burial in Ebenezer Cemetery Culman County,Al. Survivors are her husband Billy Ray Bagwell, two sons Chris Bagwell and Nick Bagwell & one daughter Ashley Bagwell of FalkvilleAl.her mother Mary Edith Nelson Moore,two sisters Sandra Hudgins of Falkville,Al.Diana Hargrove of Danville, brother Ronald Moore of Pensacola Fl.,Pallbearers will be Eugene Puckett,Carl Willis,Frankie Wilils,James Bagwell,and Vandon Brown.

Barclay, Robert

"The Democrat" Huntsville, AL
Aug 9, 1848
Nedra Burton
Departed this life on the 26th July, 1848, Robert Barclay, aged 85 years; born Nov. 1763, in Ireland; came with his father to South Carolina in 1769; served as a private soldier under Sumpter towards the close of the War of the Revolution, and emigrated to Tennessee in 1802, and afterwards to Morgan County, Alabama, in 1816, where he died; being one of the first pioneers who crossed the Tennessee River in Alabama. He was remarkably healthy, never having any sickness until worn out with old age; even retaining his eyesight to the last, never using a pair of spectacles; he professed religion and joined the Baptist Church after coming to Morgan County, and has left three sons and three daughters to mourn his loss. Thus has fallen the last revolutionary patriot that we are acquainted with; tho' there are doubtless many more; but the time is close at hand when the last patriot that bared his bosom to the enemies of American freedom will cease to live on earth; but the time should be long before a memory of their deeds should be lost to their survivors.

Breeding, Minnie Lee

Phyllis J. K. Owens
Hartselle Enquirer Hartselle, Morgan County, Alabama
Funeral for Minnie Lee Hartselle Breeding, 72, of Hartselle will be Thursday, December 10, at 1:30 p.m. at the Hartselle Church of Christ with Phillip Hines and Dr. Andy Dukes officiating. Burial will be in Hartselle Memory Gardens with Peck Funeral Home directing. Mrs. Breeding died Monday, December 7, 1998 at her residence. She was a native of Morgan County and a member of the Hartselle Church of Christ. She was a 1944 graduate of Morgan County High School, where she was valedictorian, and a former employee of the City of Decatur Electric Department. She was preceded in death by one daughter, Cathy Lee Campbell. She is survived by her husband, Theron L. Breeding of Hartselle, one son, Stephen L. Breeding of Franklin, Tenn.; one daughter, Elizabeth Gayle Thornton of Hartselle; 12 grandchildren, and one great grandchild. Pallbearers will be Drew Breeding, Cory Williams, Ken Breeding, Mike Breeding, Wes Thornton and Shawn Breeding. Memorials will be made to Hospice of the Valley.

Breeding, Thomas Eugene

Phyllis J. K. Owens
Hartselle Enquirer Hartselle, Morgan County, Alabama
Funeral for Thomas Eugene Breeding, 70, of Decatur will be Thursday, January 7, at 1:00 p.m. at New Friendship Baptist Church with the Rev. Tommy Smothers officiating. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Peck Funeral Home directing. Mr. Breeding died Tuesday, January 5, 1999 at Hartselle Medical Center. He was a native of Morgan County and a retired auto mechanic. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II. He is survived by two sons, Dan E. Breeding and John Breeding, both of Somerville; two daughters, Jo Rhe Taylor of Somerville and Rita Burden of Hartselle; one brother, Cois Breeding of Tuscaloosa; two sisters, Avery Murphy of Birmingham and Ruth Weaver of Eva; seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

Brewer, John B.

The Birmingham Age Herald
Aug 8, 1917
J. C. Brewer, aged 65, died yesterday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lee Kelly, 622 Seventeenth Street. The deceased is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Kelley and Miss Wanda Brewer of Ensley, Mrs. J. W. Petty of Albany and Mrs. H. J. Jones of Decatur, and one son, John E. Brewer of Ensley. The remains will be shipped to Hartselle this morning at 12:30 o'clock for interment. Note: Initials for John and his son are incorrect; should be John B. Brewer and John T. Brewer.]

Brewer, Susan Mossie Miller

New Decatur Advertiser
July 18, 1902
Marlene Lawley
Died at her home in West Decatur Saturday, July 12, 1902, Mrs, J. T. Brewer, wife of Bond Block saloon keeper, aged 23 years, after a month of child bed fever. The remains were interred in the city cemetery Sunday afternoon, July 13th. Mr. and Mrs. Brewer recently moved from Hartselle to New Decatur. (Survivors - husband John Thomas Brewer and daughter Mattie Kathleen Brewer)

Brewer, Wanda

The Birmingham News
Mar 13, 1919
Decatur, Ala. March 13 - Special - The remains of Miss Wanda Brewer, who died in Birmingham after a short illness will be brought to Hartselle Thursday Afternoon for burial. Among the surviving relatives are two sisters here, Mrs. James Pettey and Mrs. H. H. Jones

Brown, Raymond E.

Decatur Daily January 26, 1947
Rita Birdsong
Funeral services for Capt. Raymond R. Brown, officer of the famed Rainbow Division during World War I, will be conducted by Rev. W. W. Glass of the First Presbyterian Church at 3 o'clock today at Brown's Chapel. Capt, Brown died at 5:30 o'clock Saturday morning at the Morgan County Sanatorium where he had been a patient during recent months. He was 63 years old. He was Captain of Decatur's Company E, Alabama National Guard, which was sent to the Mexican border to help quell the uprising there in 1916. Company E was part of the 167th Alabama Infantry in the first World War. When war was declared, the company was re-organized as the Rainbow Division with Brown holding the rank of first lieutenant. Later he was promoted to captain and was commander of Company E. He and the company were overseas 18 months, participating in the battles of Champagne Marne, Aisne Marne, St. Mihiel, Muse Argonne and the Alsace Lorraine sector. The company returned to this country in May, 1919, and the men were discharged the next month. Capt. Brown was beloved by the men of his company and was an outstanding here. While overseas, Capt. Brown was gassed and became ill. He never fully recovered his health and was ill for about 24 years. He came to Decatur 40 years ago from Pulaski, Tenn., the son of Mr. and Mrs. Beverly M. Brown. Surviving are his wife and one son, William Brown. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, an active and charter member of the American Legion, and a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The body will remain at the home, 201 Sixth Avenue West, until 11 o'clock today when the body will be taken to Brown's Chapel. Members of the American Legion will serve as active and honorary pallbearers and will be in charge of the service at the City Cemetery. An honor guard of eight men of Company F., First Regiment, Alabama State Guard, will fire a salute at the grave. Brown Funeral Company will direct. All Legion members were asked to meet at the Legion Home at 2 o'clock today with caps.

Burleson, R. A.

Athens Post
January 14, 1870

R. A. Burleson of Morgan County, Alabama, was found dead in the woods a few days ago.

Burleson, Dr. Rufus Columbus

Abstracted from 17 May 1901 Fannin Co., Tx. "Bonham News"
Dr. Rufus Columbus Burleson d. Tuesday, a.m . at Waco, age 78; B. 7 Aug. 1823 a t Decatur, (Morgon Co.), Ala., parents Jonathan A. & Elizabeth Burleson; Father 1st cousin of Dr. Edward Burleson hero of Tx. War of Independence; Survived by wife and 2 children: Mrs. Morris and Richard A. Burleson; Educated at Nashville (Tn.) Univ., graduated 1840 Began ministry 1840; 1847 attended Baptist College at Covington, Ky.; 1848 to Texas; 1853 m. Georgia Jenkins of Independence; 1885 Baylor Univ. was moved from Independence, Washington Co., to Waco Elected president and 3 yrs. ago pres. Emeritus; Served as chaplain in CSA; At age 25, to Galveston.


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