Clipped From The Jackson Sun
n at Mrs. F. R. Kendrick Dies Early Monday Mrs. Fannie Kendrick. life long resident of Madison County and widow of the late Felix F.i Kendrick. died this morning at 5:10 o'clock in the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. C Bain on the Mifflin Road in the Maple Grove community. For the past four weeks she had been in declining declining health and last night experienced experienced a stroke. She was 92. Mrs. Kendrick, daughter of the late George Washington and Tennessee Anderson Johnson, was born in Madison County in the Rocky Springs Community and had lived her entire life in this neighborhood. Her father came to Madison County from South Carolina and was a Confederate Confederate soldier during the Civil War. He first resided near Pin-son Pin-son Pin-son then after marriage moved to Rocky Springs. On October 20, 1898 Mr. and Mrs. Kendrick were married. In addition to his farming in terests he also operated saw mills and a cotton gin. He preceded preceded her in death on April 16, 1954. Mrs. Kendrick was a member of the Rocky Springs Primitive Baptist Church. She is survived by three sons: W. G. Kendrick and J. A. Kend rick of the Diamond Grove com munity, and F. R. Kendrick of Jackson: two daughters, Mrs. J C. Bain, and Mrs. J. E. Jeter of the Maple Grove community; fourteen grandchildren, and thirteen great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Tues day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Rocky Spring Baptist Church. and will be conducted by the pastor, Reverend J. D. Parker of Marked Tree, Arkansas, and Elder Walter Johnson. Inter ment will be at Rocky Springs. Pallbearers for the service will be George Bain, Charles Kendrick, Conrad Jeter, Donald Jeter, Johnny Glover, and Hays Johnson of Henderson. Friends may call at Lanier Funeral Home.