|Death: ||Dec. 29, 1904|
West Union (Weakley County)
Gone But Not Forgotten
Mr. Geo T. STOCKARD died at his home one and one half miles east
of West Union, in No. 24 on December 29, 1904, after an illness
of only six days of pneumonia; aged sixty-eight years, seven
months, and twenty nine days.
He was laid to rest at West Union Cemetery; services were held by Rev. John WYATT.
He was married to Mollie J. PARHAM February 14, 1866. To this union were born five children, all of whom survive him.
He was the first jewel to be taken from his family, a precious jewel to his loving and broken hearted companion and children; he was truly a fond and devoted husband and father.
He joined the Christian Church November 17, 1875 and has lived an upright, christian life ever since, and was always giving a word of courage and advice, ever pointing their souls to a better land. He had been afflicted for many years, but his pains are all easy now and he is resting in the blessed land. His Own Dear Ones
Dresden Enterprise Newspaper, Friday, January 20, 1905
Cora Vienna Stockard Peery (1869 - 1957)*
Lullie F. Stockard Jolley (1871 - 1951)*
Annie Stockard McGehee (1873 - 1927)*
West Union Cemetery
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