|Birth: ||Jan. 30, 1872|
|Death: ||Mar. 1, 1947|
Fred Albert Hatcher, onetime semiprofessional baseball player and a retired bookkeeper, died at 11:10 last night at St. Joseph Hospital. He suffered a stroke Monday night at his home on Leech Road, south of Memphis. He was 75.
Born near Mclemoresville, Tenn., Mr. Hatcher moved to Shelby County 20 years ago. As a young man he was well known as a baseball player in West Tennessee. Later he became a bookkeeper, working for the Peacock Hardware at Ridgley, Tenn., and for the Henderson-Baird wholesale hardware firm at Greenwood, Miss. He was a Methodist.
He leaves three daughters, Mrs. C.A. Loftiss, Mrs. J.C. Boyce and Mrs. J.J. O'Hearn, all of Memphis, two sons, M.G. Hatcher of Arcola, Miss., and A.W. Hatcher of Clarksdale, Miss., and a sister, Mrs. Inez Leach of Milan, Tenn.
Thompson Bros. Mortuary is in charge.
The Commercial Appeal, March 2, 1947
From Shelby County, TN. Death certificate
Father: Stephens Hatcher (born: Missouri)
Mother: Louisa Hardy (born: Missouri)
Died of cerebral hemorrage
Stephen McGagil Hatcher (1841 - 1886)
Louisa Jane Hardy Hatcher (1838 - 1910)
Margaret Ann Griffin Hatcher (1874 - 1935)
Freddie Lee Hatcher O'Hearn (____ - 1981)*
Milton Griffin Hatcher (1905 - 1978)*
Louise Hatcher Loftiss (1908 - 1981)*
Inez Hatcher Boyce (1910 - 1993)*
Albert Waton Hatcher (1913 - 1977)*
Fredrick Albert Hatcher (1872 - 1947)
Steven M. Hatcher (1881 - 1926)*
Note: Parents Stephen McGagil Hatcher (1841-1885) & Louisa S.Hardy Hatcher (Dates unknown)
Stephenson Chapel Cemetery
Created by: Neil Loftiss
Record added: Jul 04, 2009
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