Newspaper Unknown - March 1938
Former Athens Man
Killed in Greenview Mine
The cause of Harry's death was the result of two cars jumping the track, pinning him against the mine entry. He suffered a broken neck, ribs and hip. There was not witnesses to the accident. It is understood that he lived until brought above and placed on a stretcher.
He was born in Athens and grew to manhood here. He married Miss Ada Warmouth, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. William Warmouth, mow of Tallula, former residents of Athens.
He is survived by his wife and a son of Sweetwater; two brothers, George of Greenview, and Dale of Athens; three sisters, Mrs. Tony Wasliewski, Athens; Mrs. Earl Phelps, St. Louis; Mrs. Ralph Wolfe, of Flynn; and mother, Mrs. Maggie Naylor of Athens.
Funeral services were held at his home in Sweetwater at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Rev. Frank ______? Officiating. Interment was made in the Hall cemetery.
Transcribed by:Bertha Emmett