MRS TENNIE AHART
Member of Prominent Family Dies
Mrs. Tennie AHART of Between the Rivers, Buried Sunday. Funeral and burial rites were held last Sunday, January 21, for one of the outstanding women of the community, Mrs Tennie Ahart of Golden Pond. She was the wife of the late Esq. William Ahart, who served the First Magisterial district with honor for several terms. Before her marriage, she was Miss Tennie JONES. Death came to Mrs Ahart at the Ahart home place near Golden Pond, last Saturday, January 20, after many months of illness and intense pain. She was born on May 14, 1866 and was united in marriage to Esq. Ahart in 1887. This couple lived out their pleasant married life in the same community. Between the River, where they passed away. Mrs Ahart in her early life united with the noted "Old Cumberland" Baptist Church -- but later brought her membership to the Baptist church at Golden Pond. Both churches were blessed by her christian service. The
funeral was conducted by her pastor, Rev. J.J. Jenkins, at her home place, Sunday, at 2:30 P.M. Interment was made in the family graveyard near the Ahart home. Her husband having died in 1929 leaves her survived by two sons, Jasper D. Ahart, and Seldon Ahart, a granddaughter, Evelyn and a grandson, Edsel Ahart of the U.S. Navy. The pallbearer were: Hoy Jones, Louie Jones, Noah Jones, Edward Mize, her nephews, and Conley Wallace and Gilbert Turner.