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Judson Graves Randolph was born in Macon, Ga., on July 19, 1927, and he grew up in Nashville. After Navy service in 1945 and 1946, he graduated in 1950 from Vanderbilt University in Nashville and in 1953 from its medical school. He trained in surgery at ... (Washington Post)
She is survived by two daughters, Tappie Sauls and husband Earl of Albany; Kemberele Sturgill and husband Ron of Birmingham, AL; a son Mark B Hambrick of Whitesburg, GA ; son-in-law Leon Gray of Albany; a brother Chester R. Green of Nashville, TN. (Albany Herald)
The following obituary was submitted ... Steve was born February 18, 1952, in Nashville, Tennessee, to Robert and Jean Owen. He graduated from Cartersville High School and attended the University of West Georgia. In 1976, Steve married Erin Cook Owen ... (Patch)
Forrest was born on July 13, 1821, in Bedford County (about 55 miles south of Nashville) and moved with his family to ... Louisiana, Alabama and Georgia. "War means killing," Confederate Army Lt. Gen. Forrest is quoted as saying, "and the way to kill ... (The Tennessean)
Interment will follow in Long Bridge Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 7-9 p.m. today. In lieu of flowers, please send memorials to Faith Ministries: 201 Hazel Ave., Nashville, GA 31639. — Lovein Funeral Home, Nashville (Valdosta Daily Times)
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What is considered proper to wear to a funeral or memorial service differs according to local customs and geographic region. But a few general guidelines can help steer you. Mercifully, the old dreary dictate about wearing only black no longer applies - although, when in doubt, it's still generally ...