SANDERSON James Elliott


J. E. Sanderson
Dies in Nashville
Funeral rites for James E. Sanderson, 63, who died In a Nahville hospital after a few days serious illness, were conducted Monday, July 17, by the pastor of the Methodist Church, the Rev. George W. Baxter. The Daniel Quartet had charge of the songs, rendering appropriate selectins and burial was in the Riverview Cemetery.
Mr. Sanderson was a native of Montgomery County but had made his home in the Stampers Chapel Community until the area was absorbed into the Camp Campbell project.  He was a member of the Methodist Church at Stamper’s Chapel.
Surviving are his wife, four daughters. Mrs. Mack Smith. Nashville, Mrs. C.B. Cobb, Adams, Mrs. Walter Weaver. Detroit, and Mrs. J.T. Willlams Lafayette, Ky, three sons, Herman and Noble Sanderson of Detroit, Mich. and Bryant Sanderson of the U.S. Navy, two sisters, Mrs. Callie Minnehan, Woodlawn and Mrs. Viola Foster, Clarksville; two brothers, B.R. and Mannie Sanderson of Clarksville.


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