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Vest, Mrs. Annie


April 7,1888
The Hartselle Enquirer
Pam Harbison

Mrs. Annie Vest, wife of Mr. D.W. Vest, died April 2nd, 1888 at the home of her father Cap't W.G. Spears, near town, with consumption. Her funeral services were held at the Methodist Church. She was buried in the Hartselle Cemetery. She leaves a husband, two little children, a father and mother.


Vest, Ester


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Hartselle Enquier---Funeral for Ester Vest 68 retired seamtress of Falkville,Al.will be Tuesday at 2 p.m.with Rev.Milan Dekich officating.Burial will be in Jones Cemetery with Peck Funeral Home directing.The family will recieve friends tonight from 6 till 9 at the funeral home.Mrs.Vest died Sunday Oct.22. 1995 at Parkway Hospital.She was born March 24,1927 in Morgon County.She wasa member of Fairview Church of God.She is survived by one son Frankie Vest of Falkville,Al.one daughter Connie F.Holt of Falkville,two brother's,William & Howard Moore of FalkvillemAl.two sister's Sarah Mooney f Pension,Al.& Johnnie F.Myhugh of Bowling Green,Ky.and 5 grandchildren & two gr-grandchildren


Vest, Mr. Robert Sr.


Abt 1797/5 Jul 1863
12-19-1889
Alabama Enquirer
Pam Harbison

Between the two Flints, Robert Vest lived, and raised a large family. He was a most excellent man, industrious, economising, and honest as a proverb. When he was an old man, I heard him say his corn crib and smoke-house never was empty, nor had he bought a pound of meat or a bushel of corn. His farm was self-sustaining. He lived and died oweing no man anything. He raised a large family of good men and women. William Vest, his eldest son, owns his own home and is one of the county's best citizens. H.N. Vest of Center Springs, is another son. He is a man of great energy and independant thought. An excellent man and true friend. Obediah Vest was a brother of Robert Vest. Sr. and lived near him. He was an honest man, but not so thrifty as his brother. Obid was terribly afraid of snakes. This his brother knew, and took delight in alarming him. On one occasion on the way to the creek, Robert got behind Obid and ran his fishing cane by the side of him and cried "snakes". Obid sprang into the air expecting the fangs of a rattler. On seeing the ruse, he cried "look here Bob, if you don't quit that foolishness, you will have somebody bit." Mr Vest loved a little amusment, but in every way was a gentleman. Buried: Moss Chapel Cemetery, Morgan Co., Alabama

Vest, Mrs. Susan Frances


Susan Peterson
January 01, 1942 Mrs Susan Frances Vest died at her home in Little Rock, Arkansas, Tuesday at the age of 72. The body will arrive in Decatur, Friday at 2:30 p.m. and will be taken to Moss Chapel near Hartselle where services will be held, Browning directing. Surviving are one daughter, Mrs. W.O. Sybert, and a son Floyd, of Birmingham, seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.


Vest, Mrs. Tempy


2/2/1850 - 8/1/1938
Pam Harbison

Mrs. Tempy Vest, aged 88, beloved Morgan County resident, passed away this morning at 8:30 o'clock of pneumonia at the home of a daughter, Mrs. E.L. Proctor, Hartselle route one. Mrs. Vest is survived by two daughters, Mrs. D.L. Puckett of Hartselle and Mrs. Proctor; six sons, Walter of Hartselle route 2, Prentiss and Douglass of Hartselle route 3, E.I. and Rivers of Decatur route four, Monroe of Decatur, 41 grandchildren and 40 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at Johnson's Chapel Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock by Rev. William Warren and Rev. R.D. Messerschmidt. Sons will be pallbearers and granddaughters will handle the flowers. Peck will direct.

 

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