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Friday, September 2, 2016

Bertha Ann Littrell Thurman: died 9-3-2004

[Nameplate]CHARLESTON - Bertha A. Thurman, 85, died at 10:15 a.m. Sept. 3, 2004, in the Bertrand Nursing Center. Born April 11, 1919, in Loretta, Tenn., daughter of the late John Daniel and Kizzie Comer Littrell, she had lived in Mississippi County most of her life. A retired employee of the Brown Shoe Company in Charleston, she attended the Church of Nazarene in Charleston...     …from the Sikeston Standard Democrat
I came across the above and some other online obituaries a few months ago, unfortunately the Sikeston Standard doesn’t always list the entire obituary so if anyone could send me the full obit (and any other information: pictures, memorials, observation or stories)) I will add it to this post.   GlennDL
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Descendant of Pioneers and Patriots
Descendant of Irish stock
who came to America as indentured servants,
earned their freedoms as planters and patriots,
and set forth as early settlers in Casey County, Kentucky and Lawrence County, Tennessee.
Cousin to the founders of Fort Boonesborough, the blazers of the Wilderness Trail [with Daniel Boone] and the hero of the Battle of Lindley’s Mill.
Direct descendant of veterans of the Revolutionary War, the Cornstalk Militia [1812], and both sides during the War Between The States.
Daughter of John Daniel and Kizzie Zore [Comer] Littrell of East Prairie, Missouri.
Sister to:
Viola [Sis],
Leatha Mae,
and Ruben.
Wife of Lindsay “Bordie” Thurman
Mother of Ann, Darlene and Monty.
Your place in our memories and dreams will never be forgotten,
for that reason even though we can't be with you now,
you will always be with us.


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