SILVER POINT CEMETERY REGISTER
The information in this Register, except where marked with an asterisk (*) was takenfrom the markers in the cemetery. Names opposite the asterisk (*) are known, orbelieved to be buried in the cemetery. (Compiled: 8 December 1997) (Additions made byAudrey J. (Denny) Lambert: 1 October 2011).
LUCY L. (JONES) BELLB 12 July 1881D 22 October 1924Husband: E. J. Bell
(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, Putnam Co., TN, pg. 126: E. J. Bell married 1 June 1902, Putnam Co., TN to Lucy Jones).
LEVORA (JONES) CROWNOVERB 9 December 1876D 13 September 1923Husband: Joe CrownoverChild: Mona Crownover
(Source: Tennessee State Marriage record, DeKalb Co., TN, pg. 19: Joe Crownover married 28 May 1899, DeKalb Co., TN to Levona Jones
(*) JOSHUA "DOSS" ERVINB April 1848Children: Walter Ervin & Nora Lee (Ervin) Mitchell
(*) ERNEST ERVINB 26 June 1926D 12 August 1943Parents: Walter & Ruby ErvinHusband: Joshua "Doss" Ervin(*) MARY E. (JONES) ERVINB 4 July 1855D 9 January 1946Parents: Byrd Smith Jones & Hannah JohnsonChildren: Walter Ervin & Nora Lee (Ervin) Mitchell
MATILDA HALLB September 1855D 10 September 1920
MARK HELMSCO H 1ST TENN MT DIVB 24 January 1847D 6 May 1932Wife: Bettie Helms
MATTHEW H. HELMSB 24 May 1870D 11 July 1877Parents: Mark & Bettie Helms
MATTHEW THOMAS JAMESB 25 February 1869D 27 January 1904
BAILEY JONESB 13 February 1897D 14 November 1935Wife: Louise WadkinsParents: Prettyman "Purt" Jones & Matilda Smith
ELLEN EUGENIA JAMES JONES & still born RICHARD E. JONESB 31 August 1881D 20 January 1918Husband: Samuel Fite Jones
ELLEN LEE (NELL) JONESB 8 June 1909D at age 26Sibling: Clare Pauline Jones
HENRY PUCKETT JONESB 25 February 1852, Buffalo Valley, Putnam Co., TND 2 October 1933, Putnam Co., TNWife: Felicia Jane MadduxParents: Bird/Byrd Smith Jones & Hannah Johnson
FELICIA JANE (MADDUX) JONESB 7 November 1855, TND 7 September 1932, Putnam Co., TNParents: Silas Foster Maddux & Jane P. SimmonsGreat Grandparents of Milton Theodore Huddleston
KISSIE ODELL JONESB 20 September 1917D 12 June 1937
(*) WALTER JONES & WIFE DILLIAN (JULIAN) JONES
(*) RICHARD E. JONESSibling: Clare Pauline Jones
MARY WATKINS JULIANB 22 July 1885D 20 October 1918
CHARLES MITCHELLB 7 August 1898D 1 March 1926
(*) CHARLIE "MACK" MITCHELLChildren: Alice Faye Mitchell Dalrymple, Myrtle Spitzer & Charlie Mitchell*See Charlie Mack Mitchell Obt. *See Cora (Scudders) Mitchell Obt.
CORA SCUDDER MITCHELLB 9 September 1877D 25 June 1930*See Charlie Mack Mitchell Obt. *See Cora (Scudders) Mitchell Obt.
(*) HESTER JANE (SMITH) MITCHELLB April 1830D August 1912
(*) JOHN STERLING MITCHELLB 18 August 1858D 23 January 1911STANLEY L. MITCHELL
B 29 December 1933D 28 September 1942Parents: Casto & Nora Lee Mitchell
Funeral Services Held Wednesday, September 30 For Stanley Mitchell, Car Victim:
Funeral services were held Wednesday for Stanley Mitchell, 8, at the Church of Christ in Silver Point. Services were in charge of the Rev. J. A. Harris of Baxter. Stanley was killed instantly in Silver Point,when struck by a car while playing ball in the street on the way home from school Monday afternoon,September 28. The car was driven by a Mr. Lafever and it is reported that the accident was unavoidable.
Survivors are: father, Casto Mitchell; mother, Mrs. Nora Lee Mitchell; six brothers, five, which are in theU. S. Army as follows: Bernard, Fort Bragg, NC; John, Camp Lee, VA; Jesse, Madison Barracks, Madison,WI; Ralph, Fort Oglethorpe, GA; Gerald, Camp Croft, SC; and Walter D. Mitchell of Silver Point; onesister, Reba Fay Mitchell of Silver Point.
Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 8 October 1942.
(*) WASHINGTON "WASH" MITCHELLWife: Nancy Elizabeth James
(*) WILLIAM H. MITCHELLB 1825D September 1863Child: John Sterling Mitchell
MABEL MURDOCK B 23 April 1917D 3 August 1917
ALTON PUCKETTB 22 January 1935D 7 April 1977
CARK LEE PUCKETTB 28 April 1931D 6 January 1944
D 1979, Putnam Co., TNs/o Lafayette Puckett (1874-1934) & Nancy Y. Lockhart (1862-1951). *See Nancy (Lockhart) Puckett Obt.
NANCY Y. (LOCKHART) PUCKETT*See General Dalton Puckett buried in Silver Point Cemetery.
Funeral services for Mrs. Nancy Y. Puckett, 89, were held Saturday morning at the Silver Point Church ofChrist. Edward Anderson officiated. Interment was in the Silver Point cemetery.
Mrs. Puckett died Thursday afternoon at the home of a niece in Nashville after a short illness.
The widow of Lafayette Puckett, she was a daughter of the late Jim and Polly Caldwell Lockhart. She wasa native of DeKalb county, but had lived in Silver Point for about 50 years.
Survivors include four sons, Dalton Puckett, Silver Point, Dillard Puckett, canton, OH, Bradley Puckett,Baxter, Dewey Puckett, Nashville; 23 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.
Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 21 January 1951.
RUBY MAE RAMSEYB 21 December 1915D 18 August 1916Parents: Mr. & Mrs. P. E. Ramsey
EFFIE BUNA ESTER SADLERB 6 September 1838D 28 May 1910
FRANCES SUE SAUNDERB 20 January 1924D 23 March 1924Parents: Chas W. & Mary E. Saunders
(*) ISAAC SCUDDERSibling: Cora (Scudder) Mitchell
(*) DR. WILLIAM E. SYPERT & WIFE NANCY ELIZABETH SYPERT
STOCIA ANN SYPERTB 1882D 1944Parents: Dr. Thomas Matthew Sypert
JOHN TUCKERB ca. 1860D November 1947, Putnam Co., TN*See John Tucker Obt.
JOHN W. WATKINS JR. TENNESSEE PVT. CO L 3 INFANTRY WWIB 31 August 1892D 4 November 1918
W. W. WILLIAMB 27 January 1824D 26 December - 10 months, 29 days
CALVIN WILLIAMSTENNESSEE MUS 27 US INFB 7 July 1938
Note: Corrections, deletions, additions and comments may be made by contacting GeraldR. Mitchell, 4951 Secluded Pines Dr., Marietta, GA 30068-5604
Charlie Mack Mitchell Obt.
Funeral services for C. Mack Mitchell, 83, life long resident of Putnam County, who died Saturday at hishome near Silver Point Presbyterian Church Sunday afternoon.
The Rev. Edgar M. Nunally, of Baxter, officiated at the services, and burial was in Silver Point Cemetery.
Son of Crockett and Tilda Mitchell, Mr. Mitchell was born near the place of his death. He was a memberof the Presbyterian Church.
Mr. Mitchell was first married to Cora Mitchell who died in early womanhood. To this union were born ason and daughter. The son, Charles, died a few years ago, and the daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Spitzer, resides inVirginia.
Mr. Mitchell’s second marriage was to Mrs. Vella Medley. To them was born a daughter, Miss Alice FayMitchell, Silver Point.
Other survivors include a niece, Mrs. Stocie Wallace, of Silver Point, and two grandchildren.
Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 22 July 1948
Cora (Scudders) Mitchell Obt.
The death of Mrs. C. M. Mitchell, which occurred at her home here Wednesday morning at 11:25 a.m.,came as a shock to this community. She went to the St. Thomas hospital in Nashville several days ago andlearned she had cancer of the stomach and returned home last Saturday, her death was unexpected.
Mrs. Mitchell was 52 years of age and had been a faithful member of the Methodist church for the past 20years.
Funeral services were held in the school house Friday afternoon, June 27 at 2 o’
The large crowd that attended her funeral and the many beautiful floral offerings showed the love andesteem in which she was held. Interment took place in the Silver Point cemetery. Her remains were laidbeside her son, Charles, who died four years ago.
She leaves a husband, one daughter, Mrs. J. D. Spitzer of Harrisonburg, VA, five sisters, Mrs. J. E. McCormick of Chattanooga, Mrs. Lon Jones of Wilder, Mrs. E. L. Mitchell of Cookeville, Mrs. JohnYoung and Mrs. John Helms of this place, two brothers, Seldon Scudder of New York City and IsaacScudder of Old Hickory, tow grandchildren, two nieces, four nephews and a host of friends to mourn herdeath.
Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 3 July 1930. Martha Ruth (Lentz) Sauceman Obt. COOKEVILLE -- Funeral services for Martha Ruth Lentez Sauceman, 66, will be held Wednesday, July 21, at 7 p.m. from the chapel of Cookeville Funeral Home.
Family will receive friends Wednesday from 4 p.m. until time of services at the funeral home.
Burial will be Thursday, July 22, at 9 a.m. in the Silver Point Cemetery.
Mrs. Sauceman passed away peacefully Tuesday, July 17, 2010, at Cookeville Regional Medical Centerafter a valiant battle with cancer.
She was born Aug. 7, 1943, the only child of the late Nathan George and Vergie Ruth Lentz.
Mrs. Sauceman retired from the nursery business and enjoyed reading, gardening and spending time with
her family and friends. She was a loving wife, mother, grandma and friend, but above all, she was a faithfulChristian who shared her Christian witnesses with all whom she came into contact.
Her family includes her husband of almost 50 years, Clifford Sauceman (whom she married Sept. 13,1960); two sons and daughters-in-law, Norm and Sandy Sauceman of Cookeville and Nathan and KaySauceman of Silver Point; a daughter, Nancy Phares of Arizona; and 10 grandchildren, Jarrett Sauceman ofthe Navy in Kitspa, Wash., Taylor Sauceman and Matthew Rodgers, both of Cookeville, Mara, Alex,Hunter, Jordan and Michael Sauceman of Silver Point and Christopher and Justin Parrish of Arizona.
Pallbearers will be family and friends.
Memorial donations may be made to Relay for Life or the American Cancer Society.
Pastor Tommy Blomgren will officiate the services.
Cookeville Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. John Tucker Obt.
Funeral services were conducted Tuesday for John Tucker, 87, oldest attorney of the Putnam County BarAssociation, who died Monday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Buna Brown, in Double Springsafter a long illness.
Services were conducted at the Double Springs Presbyterian Church by the Rev. Dow Ensor. Burial was inthe Silver Point Cemetery.
Native of this county, Mr. Tucker was born and reared in the Silver Point community, where he lived untilmoving to Double Springs about 50 years ago.
His father, Louis Tucker, a Confederate soldier, was killed in battle when his son was only a few years old.
Shortly after reaching manhood, Mr. Tucker was elected Justice of the Peace for the Thirteenth Districtand, while sill in his twenties, was elected chairman of the county court. He was admitted to the bar morethan 60 years ago. He continued to practice law until his retirement a few years ago.
After moving to Double Springs he was again elected Justice of the Peace of the Seventh District, an officeheld until five years ago.
Besides his daughter, survivors include two sons, Albert Lewis and Ernest Boyd Tucker, both of DoubleSprings; four other daughters, Miss Mary Ann Tucker, Double Springs, Mrs. Carmie Carr, Mrs. JohnnieRandolph, and Mrs. Jessie Booker, all of Detroit, MI; a half-brother, W. C. Stewart, of Boma, TN.
Putnam County Herald, Cookeville, TN: Thursday, 6 November 1947.
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