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Obituaries & Death Notices: H Surnames

Henry Hodge

There was a large turn out of the Good Samaritans yesterday evening to attend the funeral of Henry Hodge, a young colored man who came here recently from Chattanooga, and died Monday evening.  The funeral procession was headed by the Knoxville City Brass Band, colored.  Source: "Pencilettes," Knoxville Daily Chronicle, 27 August 1879, digital images, Chronicling America ( : accessed 18 November 2018).

T. C. Hunter

Dr. T. C. Hunter, the well known druggist of Knoxville, died suddenly of heart disease at 10 o'clock last night, at his residence on State street.  Dr. Hunter came to Knoxville shortly after the war from Martinsburg, Va.  He engaged in the drug business here in connection with his father, and has been very successful in business and acquired an enviable reputation as an honorable business man.  His death will be greatly regretted.  Source: "Death of Dr. Hunter," Knoxville Daily Chronicle, 10 October 1880, digital images, Chronicling America ( : accessed 15 June 2017).


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