Feb. 22, 1897 Birmingham Jefferson County Alabama, USA
Dec. 25, 2000 Princeton Mercer County New Jersey, USA
Annie Alexandra Dallas was the daughter of Alexander Dallas and Annie Worthington Dallas. After her father died in 1900, her mother remarried Jefferson "Jake" Phillips and they moved to Jasper. The Phillips built a large 2 story home on 5th Avenue in Jasper in 1907. Annie attended the Women's College of Alabama and then worked a teacher at Minor School in Ensley. She married Michael Joseph OByrne and they moved to Cincinnati Ohio. Annie and Michael had a daughter, JoAnn and and son, Joseph Michael "Joe". Also buried in Oak Hill is Jefferson Phillps OByrne with the date Dec 1925. He was the twin brother to Joe. Annie died on Christmas Day 2000 in Princeton, New Jersey and was cremated with her remains interred in the family plot.
Obituary: Daughter of the late Mrs. Annie Worthington Phillips, Mrs. O'Byrne, wife of Michael J. O'Byrne, was a member of a pioneer Walker County family. Mr. and Mrs. O'Byrne lived in Cincinnati, Ohip for many years and returned to Jasper in 1962 residing in the family residence on Fifth Avenue. Mrs. O'Byrne was a graduate of Huntingdon College, teacher in the Birmingham schools, spent a great deal of time in world travel. A member of many clubs she had a wide circle of friends. Immediate family survivors are her husband, Michael J. O'Byrne, a son, Joseph M. O'Byrne of Amherst, Mass., a daughter, Mrs. Jo Ann Connell, of Princeton, N. J. and several grandchildren. [This obituary was prepared in 1973 prior to the death of her husband.]