Clipped From The Jackson Sun
Miss B. Brif ton's Rifes Saturday At Smith Chapel Miss Beckie Britton of 145 Lee Street died Thursday even ing at 9:25 in the home of her sister, Mrs. Mattie Mitchell, following a fall on Sunday from which she did not recover. She was 89 years of age. Funeral services- services- will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Chapel of Smith Funeral Funeral Home with Rev. William Bates offiicating. Burial will be in Hollywood Cemetery. Miss Britton was born and reared in Carroll County near McKenzie, the daughter of the late John Britton and Mollie Calhoun Britton, and had lived in Jackson for the past 50 years. For a number of years she was a semstress at The Sew ing Room and was a member of the Enon Baptist Church near McKenzie, Tenn. Survivors other than her sister, sister, Mrs. Mitchell, are two oth er sisters, Mrs. Rosa Matkins of McKenzie and Mrs. Ethel Taylor of Newbern and two brothers, Virgil Britton and Rube Britton of McKenzie. Her body will be at Smith Funeral Home until the funeral hour.