ATHAN B. COTTON
MARY V. COTTON
We regret to chronicle the death of Mrs. Almarinda Cotton, wife of Mr. John Cotton, daughter of Elijah Armstrong, who died near here last Saturday of consumption.
She was buried Sunday in the burial ground, on Mr. L.W. D. Hamby's place. To the mourning husband, be faithful to the end, the father, brother and sister, I extend to you my heart felt sympathy and condolence.
Hopkinsville New Era
ATHEN B. COTTON
Aged Lamasco Citizen Found Dead
The body of ATHEN B. COTTON, 74, was found Saturday about 500 yards from his home near Lamasco.
Mr. Cotton, who lived alone, had been missing since Thursday. Lyon county coroner Shelly Dunn, said Mr. Cotton died of a heart attack. Mr. Cotton had walked to Lamasco and was on his way home when last seen.
Funeral was held Monday afternoon with Dunn Funeral home in charge.
Survivors include four daughters, Miss Lena Cotton, knoxville, Mrs. J.S. Sarin, Nashville Mrs. Walter Barnes - rest of article un readable.
Cadiz Record Feb 08, 1951
MARY V. COTTON
FORT MYERS, Fla. -- Mary Vincent Hanratty
Cotton, 91, Fort Myers, Fla., formerly of
Hopkinsville, died Wednesday, Feb. 16, 2000, in
Fort Myers of natural causes.
Private services were held in Fort Myers with
burial in Palm Beach Memorial Gardens on
February 23 with Kiser Funeral Home, Fort Myers,
in charge of arrangements.
A native of Clarksville, Tenn., she was born May
12, 1908, the daughter of the late James P. and
Mary Hurst Hanratty and had lived in Hopkinsville
for many years. She was a court reporter for the
late Judge Ira D. Smith. She was a member of the
Daughters of the American Revolution, the
Southern Dames and was a national flower show
judge. She was a member of the Church of the
Resurrection, Fort Myers. Her husband, retired
Col. Louis H. Cotton, and a son, William Cotton,
preceded her in death.
There are no immediate survivors.
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