Source: Omar Etherton Obituary


Omar Etherton died Monday (24 Nov 1930) in a hospital in Benton, Franklin County, from injuries sustained Saturday in a mine at Cambria, Williamson County, when a large piece of slate fell on him and broke his back, and was buried at Dutch Ridge Cemetery. His funeral was at Dutch Ridge Church in Jackson County. He was the son of the late William Etherton and was raised on a farm near Alto Pass. His grandparents were early settlers from North Carolina. He left a wife, Minnie (Fox) Etherton, formerly of Alto Pass, 12 children, two sisters, Rachel Fox, of Missouri and Cora Brothers, of Utah; and one brother, Dan Etherton, of Pomona, Jackson County.

Obituaries and Death Notices in the Jonesboro Gazette

Type: Public Announcement

Date: 1930-11-28


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