|Birth: ||Jan., 1870|
|Death: ||Aug. 14, 1916|
Ephraim Monroe Guffey was born in January of 1870 in Jackson County, Alabama, presumably in the area southwest of the City of Scottsboro, known locally as Guffey's Holler. He was the son of Ephraim Berry Guffey and the former Miss Morning Caroline McKinney. He is the grandson of Ephraim Underwood Guffey.
Ephraim married Susan Elizabeth "Bettie" Willmon Guffey on January 1, 1888, in Marshall County, Alabama. To this union was born children - William Berry, James Silas, Homer Pearl, Ernest Monroe, Roy Freeman, Flora Gladys (Pritchett), and Paul Malloy.
Ephraim and his family were among the first to join the Free Holiness Movement when it arrived at Gunter's Mountain in 1911.
Ephraim died August 14, 1916, at the ripe old age of forty-six years old.
For more information, see "The Guffey Family: Ancestors & Descendants of Ephraim Monroe Guffey", by Shannon D. Byrd.
Ephraim Berry Guffey (1842 - 1910)
Morning Caroline McKinney Guffey (1848 - 1877)
Susan Elizabeth Willmon Guffey (1871 - 1959)*
William Berry Guffey (1890 - 1977)*
James Silas Guffey (1892 - 1990)*
Homer Pearl Guffey (1896 - 1917)*
Ernest Monroe Guffey (1902 - 1981)*
Roy Freeman Guffey (1904 - 1985)*
Flora Gladys Guffey Pritchett (1909 - 1983)*
Paul Malloy Guffey (1913 - 1996)*
New Prospect Cemetery
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Originally Created by: Johnny Tidmore
Record added: Dec 28, 2010
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