b. 26 April 1871, Gainesboro, TN – d. 1 January 1934, md on the 28th of February 1893, Jackson Co., TN to William Henry Haile, b. 1 April 1868, TN – d. 8 June 1958. Ann A. (Morgan) Haile, d/o Jobe Meekly Morgan Sr. (1833-1922)
& Pauline "Paulina" "Pine" Gore (1835-1925), both buried in the Mounce L. Gore Family Cemetery, N. of Roaring River Road, Jackson Co., TN. Also in the Mounce L. Gore Family Cemetery is Ella Morgan (1876-1955), sister of Ann A. (Morgan) Haile.
Ann A (Morgan) Haile's siblings are: (sisters) Mrs. W. F. Sadler, Miss Ella Morgan, both of Gainesboro, TN, brother) Jobe M. Morgan Jr. of Aberdeen, MS.
Funeral services for Mrs. Henry Haile, 63, who died at her home on Washington Avenue, Monday night after a short illness, were conducted at the Cookeville Methodist Church Wednesday morning by the Rev. W. M. Cook, pastor of the Gallatin Methodist Church, and former pastor here. He was assisted by the Rev. Dean Stroud, pastor of the local church. Burial took place in the city cemetery.
Mrs. Haile had been ill for only a week, following intermittent heart attacks. Her comparative sudden death was a source of widespread shock, the family being prominent in this and other counties.
She was born in Gainesboro, April 26, 1871, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jobe M. Morgan, Sr. After her marriage to W. H. Haile she made her home in Cookeville with her husband. Mr. Haile is a salesman for Robert Orr & Company.
Besides her husband she is survived by three sons, James, Paul, and Kenneth, and one daughter, Eleanor, all of Cookeville. She is also survived by one brother, Jobe M. Morgan Jr., Aberdeen, Miss., and two sisters, Mrs. W. F. Sadler and Miss Ella Morgan, of Gainesboro
William Henry Haile
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