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Family of Mollie BURTON (16) & Sterling Price BARNETT Senior

44. Elizabeth BARNETT. Born on 27 Jan 1902 in Tennessee. Resided in First District, Henderson County, Tennessee in 1910.

On 5 Feb 1928 when Elizabeth was 26, she married Ivy V. LEWELLING, son of John Nelson LEWELLING (1854-1914) & Sarah Lucendia GURLEY (1869-1935), in Carroll County, Tennessee. Born on 24 Aug 1901. At the age of 68, Ivy V. died on 7 Sep 1969. Buried in Sep 1969 in Carroll County Memorial Gardens, McKenzie, Carroll County, Tennessee.

They had one child:
72 i. Ivy Gene

45. Sterling Price BARNETT Junior. Born in 1905. At the age of 75, Sterling Price died in 1980. Buried in 1980 in New Liberty Church Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

Sterling Price married Mattie Irisa WALL, daughter of Charlie Ulysess WALL (1879-1957) & Ida MURPHY (1881-1933). Born on 19 Apr 1905. At the age of 74, Mattie Irisa died on 25 Jan 1980. Buried in Jan 1980 in New Liberty Church Cemetery, Carroll County, Tennessee.

They had the following children:
73 i. Paul
ii. Waldon.

iii. Kay.


46. Henry Joe BARNETT. Born on 11 Dec 1911 in Carroll County, Tennessee. At the age of 88, Henry Joe died in Carroll County, Tennessee on 28 Nov 2000. Buried in Nov 2000 in Carroll County Memorial Gardens, Carroll County, Tennessee. Occupation: Carpenter and a farmer. Religion: Huntingdon Church of Christ, Huntingdon, Carroll County, Tennessee.

Obituary: Henry Joe Barnett, 88, of Rosser Road, Huntingdon, died Tuesday, November 28, at his home. Services held at 2 p.m. Saturday, December 2, in the Dilday Funeral Home Chapel. Brother Bill Goodpasture and Brother Howard Pruitt of the Church of Christ, Huntingdon, officiated, and Brother Len O'Bryant led the choir of the church members in song. Burial followed in the Carroll Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers who served were his grandsons, Christopher Barnett and Clifton Barnett; his great nephew, Robert Reed; and his nephews, Phillip Barnett, Danny Barnett and Kenneth Clack. Honorary Pallbearers were his nephews, Waldon Barnett, Paul Barnett, Elsworth Lewelling and Ivy Gene Lewelling. Mr. Barnett, the son of the late Sterling Price and Mollie Burton Barnett, was born December 11, 1911, in Carroll County. He was a carpenter and farmer, a mason for 49 years, a 50 year member of the Carpenter's Union, and a long-standing and faithful member of the Huntingdon Church of Christ. He was also preceded in death by his wife, Ruth Carden Barnett, who died December 25, 1994; four sisters, Myrtle Barnett, Laura Wellman, Elizabeth Lewelling, and Mae Dobeck; and three brothers, Clarence Barnett, Sterling Price Barnett and Thomas Allen Barnett. He is survived by two sons, Donald Joe and wife, Francine Barnett, of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, and Earl Ray Barnett of Huntingdon; three grandchildren, Christopher Scott Barnett of Cleveland, Ohio, Jennifer Ruth Barnett of Bryson City, North Carolina, and Clifton Barnett of Jackson; and a host of nieces and nephews.

Henry Joe married Ruth CARDEN. Ruth died on 25 Dec 1994.

They had the following children:
i. Donald Joe. Resided in Cleveland Heights, Ohio in Nov 2000.

Donald Joe married Francine ?.

ii. Earl Ray. Resided in Huntingdon, Carroll County, Tennessee in Nov 2000.


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