Annie Pope Scrudder
1952

   
    Scrudder - Mrs. Annie Pope, widow of Henry A. Scrudder, died at her
home 117 Narragansette Avenue, Red Bank, yesterday afternoon at 3:30.  She
is survived by a son Owen O. Scrudder; two grandsons, E. O. Scrudder of this
city, Henry E. Scrudder of Fort Jackson, S.C.; granddaughter Miss Ann
Scrudder; great-granddaughter Delia Marie Scrudder of this city; a brother,
William R. Pope of Paducah, Ky.; half sister, Mrs. W. A. Miller of Camden,
N.J.; two half brothers, Clay Pope of Camden, N.J. and Sam Pope of Texas.
Mrs. Scrudder was born at McMinnville, Tenn. Jan. 7, 1875 and came to this
city with her parents Mr. And Mrs. O. C. Pope at the age of 6.  She was a
member of the Methodist Church.  Funeral services will be held from the Red
Bank Methodist Church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with the Rev. O.R.
Tarwater officiating.  Interment will be in Chattanooga Memorial Park.
Active pallbearers will be W. H. Pope, Albert Scrudder, Herbert McDonald,
Harold Duncan, Herbert Gilbert and Fred Burger.  Honorary pallbearers will
be Horace Card. O. V. Anderson, C. E. Cofer, Fred Rogers, John McGee, W. M.
Jones Earl Hale, A. L. Rankin, Mack Pylant, R. L. Hartman, Eugene Glaze, Grady
Garrison, Dewey G. Hixson, Percy Varner and members of the Philomathian
Sunday School Class of the Red Bank Methodist Church.  Body will be at the
Cosmopolitan Funeral Home until hour of funeral.
The Chattanooga Times, February 28, 1952;  Page 13

Submitted by Mary Scrudder
mscrudder@austin.rr.com