|Birth: ||Feb. 21, 1899|
|Death: ||May 29, 1989|
Services for Edith Fulford were held June 1, 1989, in Holman Chapel with L. J. Elam officiating. Kenneth Howe and Gerry Hoke sang a duet, "Wings of a Dove." Interment was in Mt. Rose Memorial Park and escorts were Ed Wilson, Lyle DeSelms, Lloyd Palmer, Kirk Pearce, Johnny Light, and Jackie Brown.
Edith May, daughter of Henry and May Vance Elmore, was born February 21, 1899, at Bidwell and died May 30, 1989, in Lebanon Care Center.
On October 14, 1922, she was married to Adley Fulford, who preceded her in death in 1981. She was also preceded by her parents, three brothers, Gordon, Eldon, and Ethan, and a sister, Pearl Boyd.
Survivors include two daughters, Maxine Bowman and Kathleen Barnes, both of Lebanon; a son, Jack of Clinton; a sister, Mable Mumford of Waynesville; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
In 1912, she moved from Camden County to the Oakland community, where she lived until recent years.
Edith enjoyed weaving, knitting, needlework, and painting China and on canvas. She loved flowers and grew orchids for many years. She was a longime member of Antioch Baptist Church and had recently joined the Second Baptist Church in Lebanon.
Adley Robert Fulford (1898 - 1981)*
Maxine Fulford Bowman (1925 - 2001)*
Kathleen Ray Fulford Barnes (1928 - 2007)*
Mount Rose Memorial Park
Created by: Wanda Reece
Record added: Dec 31, 2010
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