Name: Belvia D. OUSLEY
Birth: 19 NOV 1900 in , Union, Tennessee
Death: 25 SEP 2000 in Fountain City, Knox, Tennessee
Burial: 29 SEP 2000 Lynnhurst Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox, Tennessee
Reference Number: Taf:962+21521>267
!BIRTH-DEATH-SPOUSE:This Information was received and posted with permission from Ronny O. Bodine via E-Mail: email@example.com belonging and comprising an ongoing update to "A Genealogical History of the Owsley Family Being an Account of the Descendants of John Owsley (1757-1845), of Claiborne County, Tennessee
Change Date: 12 JUN 2010 at 17:56:22 1
Notes for Belvia D. Ousley:
Harvey and Belvia Anderson were buried in Lynnhurst Cemetery, Knoxville, Knox County. Harvey enlisted in the U.S. Army in Oct 1917 and was sent to France in 1918. He served there for eleven months, assigned to the 316th Machine Gun Battalion, 81st Divison, and participated in the battles of Vosges Mountains in Alsace-Lorraine, Verdun, Chateau Thiery (1 June 1918), and St. Mihiel (12 Sept 1918). He returned home after the war and taught school. Later, the couple owned and operated Anderson Lumber Company. See "Union County faces of war : a pictorial history of Union Countians involvement in the military service of our country," by Bonnie Heiskell Peters and W. P. McDonald, Knoxville, 1995, p. 69.
Obituary, the Knoxville News-Sentinel (Knoxville, Tenn.) of 28 Sept 2000.
ANDERSON, BELVIA OUSLEY - age 99, of Fountain City, passed away at home, Monday, September 25, 2000. She was born November 19, 1900, on a farm in Union County, and taught school in Union County in her early years. She finished her teaching career at Smithwood Elementary School in Fountain City. She and her husband, H.E. Anderson, owned and operated Anderson Lumber Company. She belonged to Central Baptist Church of Fountain City and was a dedicated member of the Rachel Bond Sunday SchoolClass and an active participant in the Fun Fitness exercise program. She also taught Sunday School for many years. Survived by daughter and son-in-law, Helen Anderson Sharp and John B. Sharp of Knoxville; three grandchildren, Nancy Sharp Voith of Dallas, Texas, Paul Anderson Sharp of Burbank, Calif., and Mary Jean Sharp of Durham, N.C.; five great-grandchildren; sister, Helen Edgemon of Ten Mile, Tenn.; several nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Friday at Gentry-Griffey Chapel, Rev. Ed Jenkins officiating. Then proceed to Lynnhurst Cemetery for an interment service. In lieu of flowers, the family requests, memorial donations be made to the Interfaith Health Clinic, 315 Gill Ave., Knoxville, TN 37917, or Central Baptist Church, 5364 N. Broadway, Knoxville, TN 37918, or the charity of your choice. The family will receive friends from 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday. Arrangements by Gentry-Griffey Chapel.
Children: Helen (1921).
!BIRTH-DEATH-SPOUSE: Information extracted from "A Genealogical History of the Owsley Family" Part 5... Being A Preliminary Account of the Descendants of Matthew Owsley (1789-1862), of Union County, Tennessee" by Ronny O. Bodine See page 26.
Father: Paris Haynes OUSLEY b: 8 DEC 1869 in , Union, Tennessee
Mother: Matilda Adline GRAVES b: 2 OCT 1870 in , Union, Tennessee
Harvey Edgar ANDERSON b: 19 OCT 1894
- Living ANDERSON
- Title: Terry D. and Cathleen M. Smith
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