2007 Sumner County Obituaries Index

NameDate PublishedSourcePageLocationDate of Death
Abernathy, Emily AnnJune-6-2007hs28HendersonvilleJune-1-2007
Abrami, FlorineJan-17-2007nx167GallatinJan-14-2007
Absher, Clay V.Sept-26-2007nx108GallatinSept-23-2007
Adams, James D.Mar-21-2007nx195HendersonvilleMar-16-2007
Adcock, Lonnie LeeFeb-7-2007nx157/158PortlandFeb-4-2007
Adler, Betty CoxJune-20-2007hs31HermitageJune-15-2007
Adomitis, JuliaJan-10-2007nx181GallatinJan-8-2007
Akers, Mary LucilleMar-16-2007nx177Old HickoryMar-14-2007
Akin, Joe W.Sept-5-2007nx115HendersonvilleSept-2-2007
Alexander, Lee EthelMar-7-2007nx151GallatinMar-1-2007
Alexander, Willie DougSept-6-2007nx114GallatinSept-3-2007
Algood, William RichardFeb-28-2007nx153PortlandFeb-24-2007
Allison, Larry RonaldApr-18-2007nx187GallatinApr-13-2007
Alvarez lll, RamonOct-10-2007hs7NashvilleOct-6-2007
Anglin, Inez ChappleOct-3-2007nx101HendersonvilleSept-29-2007
Anthony, Campbell MannSept-14-2007nx180GallatinSept-12-2007
Apple, Albert AllenAug-8-2007nx117White HouseAug-4-2007
Austin, Charlotte HumphreysFeb-28-2007nx154NashvilleFeb-24-2007
Baber, Florence R.June-6-2007nx127NashvilleMay-31-2007
Baker, Celista ReeseJan-15-2007nx170GallatinJan-10-2007
Baker, Lavonne M. BinzenOct-17-2007hs8HendersonvilleOct-10-2007
Baker, MaryMar-7-2007nx150GallatinFeb-26-2007
Baker, Mary WebbMar-09-2007nx149GallatinFeb-26-2007
Baker, Sarah FreyMar-7-2007nx151NashvilleMar-3-2007
Barham, Charles WilliamApr-4-2007nx172/171GallatinMar-30-2007
Barnett, Clyde E.Mar-28-2007hs17HendersonvilleMar-21-2007
Barnett, Helen DunsmoreMay-23-2007hs23HendersonvilleMay-20-2007
Barnett, Mary A.Nov-7-2007hs67HendersonvilleNov-2-2007
Barrow, Mavis BonhamNov-9-2007nx91GallatinNov-5-2007
Bartlett, HaskinMar-14-2007nx184GallatinMar-10-2007
Baskerville, Betty JeanJan-15-2007nx170PortlandJan-13-2007
Bates, Curtis EdwardMay-16-2007nx131GallatinMay-11-2007
Battle, Marjorie P.Nov-21-2007hs71Montrose, illNov-15-2007
Bell, J.B.Oct-24-2007nx85PortlandOct-21-2007
Bennett, Charlotte AnnMay-16-2007nx131GallatinMay-11-2007
Biggs, Hazel ChristineJan-15-2007nx170CottontownJan-11-2007
Biggs, Kenneth AaronNov-7-2007nx94PortlandNov-6-2007
Bishop, Sandra F.Jan-26-2007hs42Las Cruces, NMJan-21-2007
Blittle, Margaret FrancesJune-13-2007nx124GallatinJune-11-2007
Bloodworth, Clemon Robert LeeNov-21-2007nx82GoodlettsvilleNov-8-2007
Bloodworth, James ThomasJan-12-2007nx185Kansas City, MoJan-4-2007
Boals, Harry LeeOct-31-2007hs65HendersonvilleOct-26-2007
Botelho, DorisMar-16-2007nx176CottontownMar-13-2007
Bowman, LucilleSept-6-2007nx114PortlandSept-4-2007
Boyd, Christina Ann VickeryJune-20-2007hs31HendersonvilleJune-15-2007
Boyd, James B.Oct-31-2007hs65HendersonvilleOct-28-2007
Braden, Edith DianeAug-29-2007hs54HendersonvilleAug-12-2007
Bradley, Earl DeanOct-24-2007nx85/86BethpageOct-20-2007
Bradley, Talmadge "Lewis"Feb-28-2007nx156GallatinFeb-24-2007
Bradley, Thelma LouiseMay-16-2007nx131Gainesville, FlMay-1-2007
Branham, DoyleJan-29-2007nx160GallatinJan-27-2007
Brawner, Nancy LeeMar-14-2007hs10WestmorelandMar-7-2007
Brewington, Owen "Buck"Sept-19-2007nx113GallatinSept-14-2007
Bridges, Peggy MurphyDec-7-2007nx175GallatinNov-28-2007
Briley, Lanny RayMar-14-2007nx183GallatinMar-8-2007
Briley, Richard ReeseJune-20-2007nx122PortlandJune-18-2007
Brinkley, Margaret RebeccaApr-4-2007nx171Gallatin????
Broaddus, Louis AlvinApr-4-2007hs18GallatinApr-1-2007
Brock, ElvinApr-25-2007hs20HendersonvilleApr-23-2007
Brown, Adam MichaelSept-19-2007nx113GermantownSept-14-2007
Brown, Betty JaneFeb-2-2007nx145PortlandJan-31-2007
Brown, BeverlyOct-19-2007nx96WestmorelandOct-18-2007
Brown, Braxton MontgomeryMar-21-2007nx188GreenbrierMar-17-2007
Brown, Dr. James M.Sept-12-2007hs56HendersonvilleSept-6-2007
Brown, Helen S.Sept-26-2007hs61WinchesterSept-20-2007
Brown, Jonie C.Jan-10-2007nx181GallatinJan-7-2007
Buck, Joyce FayeNov-7-2007nx92GallatinNov-2-2007
Buckalew, Dorothy RubyMay-2-2007nx136GallatinMay-1-2007
Buckman, Sylvia MayAug-24-2007hs53HendersonvilleAug-21-2007
Burrow, Elsie A.May-18-2007hs22GallatinMay-12-2007
Butler, Jessie CharlesApr-18-2007nx186CastalianSpringsApr-14-2007
Butler, Mae SellersAug-24-2007nx106GallatinAug-21-2007
Butler, Ruth Marie NewtonJune-13-2007nx124SpringfieldJune-9-2007
Butler, SueNov-1-2007nx87GallatinOct-29-2007
Bybee, Nancy MarieSept-14-2007nx180LafayetteSept-10-2007
Byington, Alma JuneJan-17-2007nx167HendersonvilleJan-15-2007
Caldwell, James GraySept-19-2007hs59HendersonvilleSept-??-2007
Caldwell, Jerry WayneMar-21-2007nx188WestmorelandMar-18-2007
Cameli, JacquiMay-2-2007hs21GallatinApr-28-2007
Capps, Joane TeaJan-17-2007hs41HendersonvilleJan-12-2007
Carter, Carole LeeJuly-18-2007nx104BethpageJuly-16-2007
Carter, Clyde G.Dec-??-2007nx84GallatinDec-21-2007
Carter, Robert E.Apr-11-2007hs26HendersonvilleApr-3-2007
Carter, Ruth AAug-15-2007nx107GallatinAug-12-2007
Caruthers, John L.Oct-10-2007hs7NashvilleOct-5-2007
Casamer, Donald MarkMar-7-2007hs14/153GallatinFeb-28-2007
Casteel Jr., James RobertApr-11-2007hs26HendersonvilleMar-23-2007
Casteel, Mae AliceJan-19-2007nx168GallatinJan-18-2007
Cates, ByronMar-30-2007nx146GallatinMar-22-2007
Cates, Lallie Mae McDoleDec-12-2007nx126WestmorelandDec-7-2007
Catharine II, George WilliamOct-17-2007nx98GallatinOct-13-2007
Caudle, JuneNov-9-2007hs68HendersonvilleNov-6-2007
Cearley, Charlie MarvinSept-12-2007hs56HendersonvilleSept-4-2007
Chambers, Joseph W.Jan-8-2007nx173GallatinJan-6-2007
Chambers, LoweryNov-2-2007hs66GallatinOct-28-2007
Chapman, Deanne HoganSept-7-2007hs55HendersonvilleSept-3-2007
Clark Jr., Avery N.May-2-2007nx138CastalianSpringsApr-27-2007
Clark, Lucille DouglasNov-21-2007nx82WestmorelandNov-17-2007
Clark, Samuel CurtisOct-3-2007hs63GallatinSept-30-2007
Clemmons, Sarah JaneMay-16-2007nx132PortlandMay-13-2007
Clemons, Ruby CarolAug-3-2007nx120GallatinAug-1-2007
Clline, William G.Oct-12-2007nx102NashvilleOct-9-2007
Cochran, Blake AustinMar-16-2007nx177PortlandMar-11-2007
Cole, Toni RaeNov-21-2007nx81LafayetteNov-13-2007
Cole, TonyDec-12-2007hs2HendersonvilleDec-5-2007
Coleman, Florence W.May-18-2007hs22HendersonvilleMay-15-2007
Coley, Fred G.May-25-2007nx179BethpageMay-23-2007
Coley, Mary FrancesAug-31-2007nx116GallatinAug-26-2007
Collins, Caroline TheresaSept-??-2007nx190GallatinSept-8-2007
Collins, Linda DurdenDec-21-2007hs74GallatinDec-17-2007
Conyer, James RoyMar-30-2007nx146GallatinMar-27-2007
Cook, Charles E.June-20-2007nx122GallatinJune-17-2007
Cook, Elizabeth Diane WheelerOct-5-2007nx100GallatinSept-30-2007
Cook, Leslie JoyceSept-14-2007hs58HendersonvilleSept-11-2007
Cooper, MaeApr-11-2007hs26GallatinApr-9-2007
Cooper, Ruthella Lay MossSept-12-2007nx112GallatinSept-8-2007
Corley, Edna BarryDec-7-2007nx135GallatinNov-30-2007
Cornelius, Orville T.Apr-18-2007nx186GallatinApr-13-2007
Costa, Freda Hudson BarkleyOct-24-2007nx85/86SpringfieldOct-20-2007
Cox, Dorothy Erin OwensSept-5-2007nx115GallatinAug-31-2007
Crabtree, Bob EmeryFeb-5-2007nx143HendersonvilleFeb-1-2007
Crane, Drucilla HallMay-4-2007nx192NashvilleApr-30-2007
Creasy Jr., John SilasMar-28-2007nx148WestmorelandMar-22-2007
Crocker Jr., Joshua HoughmanOct-24-2007nx85/86GallatinOct-19-2007
Cron, Jerry WayneDec-12-2007nx126PortlandDec-11-2007
Crowell, Hiram DeWitteSept-6-2007nx114Toledo, OHAug-18-2007
Cummings, Billy RayApr-13-2007nx141PortlandApr-10-2007
Curtis, Rosemary CatherineDec-14-2007hs1????Oct-28-2007
Dale Sr., Walter ThomasMay-16-2007nx131GallatinMay-12-2007
Dale, Anita HighersApr-18-2007nx187GallatinApr-16-2007
Daniel, Ashley LynnOct-24-2007nx85GallatinOct-20-2007
Daniel, Betty MincheyJune-20-2007hs31HendersonvilleJune-14-2007
Darnall Sr., Ted DarnallOct-24-2007nx88SpringfieldOct-20-2007
Davenport, Mary JeanJan-31-2007hs43GoodlettsvilleJan-27-2007
Deadmon, Reba BrownSept-19-2007hs59Kannapollis, NCSept-17-2007
Dean, Ellen Catherine CurtisOct-24-2007hs64Maysville, KyOct-18-2007
Derryberry, Eula June GreenwayApr-18-2007nx186PetersburgApr-16-2007
Detwiler, MarjorieDec-??-2007nx84CastalianSpringsDec-21-2007
Dew, Barbara EileenMar-30-2007hs15NashvilleMar-27-2007
Dew, James E.Apr-4-2007hs18GallatinMar-28-2007
Deweese, Janet JohnsonFeb-9-2007nx159Franklin, KyFeb-6-2007
Dickens, Emojean ChambersMay-2-2007nx137GallatinApr-29-2007
Dickens, Gladys PaulineJan-24-2007hs38Indianapolis, InJan-17-2007
Dineen, James JosephOct-3-2007hs63HendersonvilleSept-25-2007
Dinwiddie, John FranklinJan-26-2007nx161Cedar Hill, TNJan-22-2007
Dittes, Albert G.Mar-16-2007nx176PortlandMar-13-2007
Dixon, James ThomasJune-6-2007nx127PortlandJune-5-2007
Dorris, Kate JenkinsSept-5-2007nx190HendersonvilleAug-30-2007
Doss, Jewell "Judy" DeanOct-17-2007nx98GallatinOct-13-2007
Douchette, Wilfred "Tex Davis"Sept-5-2007hs79HendersonvilleAug-29-2007
Dowell, Emma Mai HallOct-19-2007nx95/96GallatinOct-13-2007
Drawz, Loraine F.Sept-7-2007hs55HendersonvilleSept-3-2007
Duffer SR., Will EllisSept-14-2007nx180BethpageSept-12-2007
Duffer, LucySept-19-2007nx113GallatinSept-17-2007
Duke, Jewell JonesOct-19-2007hs6HendersonvilleOct-17-2007
Duncan, William CollierFeb-28-2007nx153GallatinFeb-23-2007
Durham, Clemmie OleanFeb-5-2007nx143WestmorelandFeb-2-2007
Durham, Earl W.Apr-25-2007nx140NashvilleApr-22-2007
Durham, Horace "Henry"Oct-12-2007nx102McEwenOct-9-2007
Durham, Kenneth GordonSept-26-2007nx108GallatinSept-22-2007
Durrett, EloiseMay-30-2007nx129CottontownMay-28-2007
Dyer, J.C.Oct-19-2007nx95GallatinOct-18-2007
Eddinger, John DanielSept-14-2007nx180GallatinAug-27-2007
Elkins, Larry OwenAug-29-2007hs54HendersonvilleAug-25-2007
Elks, Sadie EstelleApr-25-2007nx139CottontownApr-21-2007
Ellis, Bryan KeithOct-5-2007nx100CottontownOct-2-2007
Ensley, James RobertAug-3-2007nx120GallatinAug-1-2007
Entwistle, Rachel SewellApr-13-2007nx141GallatinApr-12-2007
Estes, Dwight MelvinJuly-18-2007nx103GallatinJuly-13-2007
Evans, Charles MichaelJan-19-2007hs39HendersonvilleJan-15-2007
Fagan, Floyd EarnestSept-26-2007hs61HendersonvilleSept-20-2007
Falls, Frances J.Mar-21-2007nx188GallatinMar-19-2007
Farrow, Kenneth EugeneMay-2-2007nx136GallatinApr-29-2007
Fiddler, Lillie CrawfordMar-28-2007hs17HendersonvilleMar-23-2007
Fillmann, WilliamSept-21-2007hs60HendersonvilleAug-23-2007
Finch, JohnnieMar-7-2007hs14NashvilleMar-4-2007
Fischer, Sarah AdkissonDec-5-2007hs4GallatinNov-27-2007
Fleming, Marvin GobleNov-7-2007nx94WestmorelandNov-3-2007
Fleming, Verna MarieNov-16-2007nx89BethpageNov-13-2007
Flynn, JoeAug-8-2007nx117GallatinAug-4-2007
Flynn, Mary SandersSept-19-2007nx113GallatinSept-16-2007
Franklin, James AllenSept-5-2007nx115Bullard, TXSept-1-2007
Frasure, Richard E.June-27-2007hs27HendersonvilleJune-24-2007
Frazier, Hellon L.Dec-??-2007nx84CottontownDec-21-2007
Frazier, Raymond P.Feb-2-2007hs44HendersonvilleJan-26-2007
Freeman, Charlie "C.W."Sept-26-2007nx108LebanonSept-23-2007
Freise, Allen EugeneNov-7-2007hs67HendersonvilleNov-2-2007
French, Mildred PaulineFeb-7-2007nx157/158GallatinFeb-5-2007
Friese, Allen EugeneNov-7-2007nx93GallatinNov-2-2007
Fritz, Pat HarperMar-7-2007nx150GallatinMar-4-2007
Frizzell, William MurphyMay-16-2007nx194GallatinMay-11-2007
Frye, Arlene MastersMay-9-2007hs24HendersonvilleMay-5-2007
Frye, Robert LeeApr-20-2007hs19HendersonvilleApr-16-2007
Fuqua, Ja'mar TyreeJuly-18-2007nx103GallatinJuly-12-2007
Galbraith Sr., Marion D.Nov-7-2007nx92GallatinNov-1-2007
Galey, Hazel IreneJan-10-2007hs36HendersonvilleJan-4-2007
Gammon, Robert A.Mar-9-2007hs12OrlindaMar-6-2007
Gammons, Billy GarrettNov-7-2007nx93GallatinNov-4-2007
Gammons, Mary FrancesNov-7-2007nx94HartsvilleNov-3-2007
Garnett, Paula ElaineApr-25-2007nx139PortlandApr-21-2007
Garrett, Jordan JosephDec-21-2007hs74HendersonvilleDec-18-2007
Gee, Mary Virginia KingFeb-7-2007nx157/158GallatinFeb-4-2007
Gentile, Anthony JosephOct-31-2007hs65HendersonvilleOct-28-2007
Gentry, Elise Laverne ShawMay-11-2007hs25HendersonvilleMay-8-2007
Gentry, EvelynJan-12-2007nx185GallatinJan-11-2007
Gibbs, Geraldine HobbsApr-20-2007nx142White HouseApr-19-2007
Gibbs, Philip WayneMay-2-2007hs21HendersonvilleApr-29-2007
Gilbert Sr., Herbert HooverApr-4-2007nx171/172GallatinMar-24-2007
Gilliam, WallaceNov-21-2007nx80/81PortlandNov-19-2007
Goings, Mai MartinoJune-6-2007nx128GallatinJune-1-2007
Goodall, Nancy FranksApr-18-2007nx187GallatinApr-16-2007
Gourley, Kurt AllenJan-4-2007hs77HendersonvilleDec-29-2007
Grafton, LeeMay-23-2007nx130GallatinMay-16-2007
Graham, Edward J.Mar-14-2007hs10HendersonvilleMar-10-2007
Graham, Elder RoyAug-8-2007nx117GallatinAug-4-2007
Graves, Alfred O.Oct-10-2007nx99WestmorelandOct-6-2007
Graves, IreneApr-18-2007nx187GallatinApr-15-2007
Green, Billy RussellOct-24-2007nx88LafayetteOct-21-2007
Green, Clarence EdwardDec-14-2007hs1HendersonvilleDec-11-2007
Green, Elster L.May-16-2007nx132Paisley, FlMay-7-2007
Green, Mary LouiseMar-7-2007hs14GallatinFeb-28-2007
Greer, William F.May-18-2007hs22HendersonvilleMay-14-2007
Gregory, Flossie MaiMar-14-2007nx184WestmorelandMar-10-2007
Gregory, Harry G.Dec-12-2007hs2HendersonvilleDec-5-2007
Gregory, HowardMar-16-2007hs15HendersonvilleMar-12-2007
Gregory, Lynn RussellMar-7-2007nx150WestmorelandMar-3-2007
Gregory, Mallie VictoriaDec-13-2007nx134HendersonvilleDec-13-2007
Gregory, Mary FrancesJan-5-2007tennaddemGallatinJan-3-2007
Gregory, Timmy LeeFeb-5-2007nx143/144GallatinJan-30-2007
Gregory, William DouglasMar-14-2007hs10WestmorelandMar-8-2007
Gregory, William RufusMar-28-2007nx148WestmorelandMar-23-2007
Griffin, BobbieApr-18-2007nx186GallatinApr-15-2007
Griffin, Mark AllenAug-8-2007nx118GallatinAug-2-2007
Grizzard Jr., John E.May-2-2007nx136GallatinApr-30-2007
Gulley, James W.Mar-14-2007hs10HendersonvilleMar-9-2007
Hackett, Charles ClintonFeb-2-2007nx145GallatinJan-31-2007
Haile, Roy HutchesonFeb-5-2007nx143GallatinFeb-2-2007
Hale, RyanJuly-18-2007nx104GallatinJuly-16-2007
Hall, Cecil D.Oct-31-2007hs65Center LineOct-8-2007
Hall, Helen ElizabethJan-24-2007nx162PortlandJan-22-2007
Hall, John RobertOct-19-2007nx95GallatinOct-13-2007
Hall, JustinDec-19-2007hs73HendersonvilleDec-16-2007
Hall, Malcolm L.Feb-5-2007nx143GallatinFeb-1-2007
Hamby, Peggy LeeMay-23-2007hs23HendersonvilleMay-15-2007
Hammock, J.D.June-13-2007nx125WestmorelandJune-14-2007
Handolescu, StefaniaMay-16-2007nx194HendersonvilleMay-13-2007
Hanson, Linda FayeFeb-28-2007nx153LebanonFeb-24-2007
Hardin, Peggy JoyceMar-14-2007nx184PortlandMar-11-2007
Hargett, GranvilleFeb-9-2007hs46/11HendersonvilleFeb-6-2007
Hargrove, John ThomasJan-19-2007nx169GallatinJan-16-2007
Harper, Author LewisNov-1-2007nx87HartsvilleOct-29-2007
Harris, James DonaldMar-14-2007nx183PortlandMar-12-2007
Harris, James RayJune-20-2007nx122GallatinJune-11-2007
Harrison, Charlie NealAug-3-2007nx120/121WestmorelandJuly-31-2007
Harrison, James ForrestJan-19-2007nx169WestmorelandJan-17-2007
Harrison, Michael AlanOct-5-2007nx100PortlandOct-2-2007
Hauck, Jane H.June-13-2007hs33HendersonvilleJune-10-2007
Hawkins, Fred M.Dec-7-2007nx135Indianapolis, InDec-7-2007
Hayes, Frances "Tootsie"May-2-2007nx138PortlandApr-29-2007
Heatherly, Howard LeeNov-16-2007nx89GallatinNov-13-2007
Henry Sr., Haney LJune-20-2007nx123GallatinJune-13-2007
Henson, BillJan-26-2007nx161WestmorelandJan-23-2007
Henson, Willie EarlOct-24-2007nx85GallatinOct-20-2007
Herald, Linda GailOct-12-2007nx102WestmorelandOct-9-2007
Herndon, James H.Aug-8-2007nx118GallatinAug-6-2007
Hester, Charles WilliamJan-15-2007nx170PortlandJan-10-2007
Hester, Sara Rebecca MooreJan-12-2007nx185GallatinJan-8-2007
Hill, Joyce B.Feb-28-2007hs16HendersonvilleFeb-23-2007
Hill, Margaret J.June-8-2007hs30HendersonvilleJune-5-2007
Hills, Laura M.Sept-26-2007nx110PortlandSept-22-2007
Hlavsa, Russell JohnJuly-20-2007hs49White HouseJuly-17-2007
Hobbs, Harold G.Dec-19-2007hs73HendersonvilleDec-15-2007
Hodges, Estelle D.Jan-24-2007nx165PortlandJan-21-2007
Hoge, Marilyn C.Jan-4-2007hs77HendersonvilleJan-1-2008
Holland, Lois RayDec-12-2007nx126GallatinDec-9-2007
Holland, Louise RoarkJan-19-2007nx168Fort Pierce, FlJan-6-2007
Holman, James WayneMay-30-2007hs24HendersonvilleMay-23-2007
Holmes, Robert EugeneJune-22-2007hs48HendersonvilleJune-19-2007
Holsberry, Margaret LeannaAug-15-2007hs78GallatinAug-11-2007
Hopkins, BobbyJune-20-2007nx123WestmorelandJune-15-2007
Hopkins, MargaretApr-18-2007nx186SpringfieldApr-16-2007
Hughey, JohnNov-21-2007hs71HendersonvilleNov-??-2007
Humble Sr., Howard FranklinSept-22-2007hs13HendersonvilleSept-19-2007
Humble, Anna FrancesOct-31-2007hs65HendersonvilleOct-25-2007
Hunnicutt, Hubert ArnoldAug-15-2007nx107PortlandAug-14-2007
Hunter, Dillard E.May-23-2007hs23HendersonvilleMay-20-2007
Huntsman, Bobby GeneFeb-28-2007nx153WestmorelandFeb-23-2007
Hutchison, Roy H.Jan-31-2007hs43Altha, FlJan-25-2007
Inch, John Clifford "Jack"Nov-21-2007nx82CastalianSpringsNov-17-2007
Ingram, Brenda SueDec-12-2007hs2HendersonvilleDec-8-2007
Jack,Dora BaileyApr-18-2007nx186GallatinApr-11-2007
Jackson, Janice A.Jan-10-2007nx182GallatinJan-9-2007
Jackson, Rachel BrigganceNov-21-2007nx80GallatinNov-18-2007
Jarrett, Jill GregoryMay-25-2007nx193HendersonvilleMay-23-2007
Jenkins, Martha A.Dec-13-2007nx134GallatinDec-7-2007
Jewell, Floy HardingJuly-27-2007nx191Westmont, ILJuny-22-2007
Jewell, Ruth YoungJune-27-2007hs27Westmont, ILJune-19-2007
Johnson, BobbySept-21-2007nx109CottontownSept-20-2007
Johnson, Edna ElizabethFeb-5-2007nx143GallatinFeb-3-2007
Johnson, Harry S.Sept-28-2007hs62HendersonvilleSept-22-2007
Johnson, Jerry ParishFeb-21-2007hs16HendersonvilleFeb-13-2007
Johnson, Lois MarieJune-29-2007hs27HendersonvilleJune-25-2007
Johnson, Marcella JeanneMay-9-2007hs24HendersonvilleMay-3-2007
Johnson, RubyFeb-7-2007nx157Whitleyville, TNFeb-5-2007
Jones, Berlin A.Jan-8-2007nx173LafayetteJan-5-2007
Jones, Edna DavisJan-10-2007nx181GallatinJan-7-2007
Jones, Henry RayOct-17-2007nx98PortlandOct-11-2007
Jones, James T.Feb-2-2007hs44HendersonvilleJan-30-2007
Jones, Mary GertrudeJan-24-2007nx164White HouseJan-19-2007
Jones, Randle EugeneMar-14-2007hs10HendersonvilleMar-8-2007
Jones, TwilaFeb-21-2007hs16HendersonvilleFeb-18-2007
Junceau, CaroleAug-1-2007hs35HendersonvilleJuly-25-2007
June, Gregg WalterNov-1-2007nx87GallatinOct-30-2007
Jurewicz, Robert J.June-13-2007nx124LafayetteJune-10-2007
Karas, Edmund J.Feb-7-2007hs45HendersonvilleFeb-2-2007
Keen Sr., Harold DouglasNov-21-2007nx80GallatinNov-16-2007
Keen, L.E.Mar-16-2007nx177WestmorelandMar-13-2007
Keisling, Bessie MaeJan-10-2007nx181GallatinJan-7-2007
Keith, Vernie AdelineNov-7-2007nx93GallatinNov-4-2007
Keitzman, Brad C.Nov-28-2007hs5GallatinNov-20-2007
Kelley, William CordellOct-17-2007nx98WestmorelandOct-11-2007
Kelly Jr., John FrankSept-12-2007nx112GallatinSept-7-2007
Kelly, Frances ElizabethOct-10-2007nx99GallatinOct-2-2007
Kelton, Jimmie CleoJan-10-2007nx182WestmorelandJan-9-2007
Keuth, MarthnaJan-5-2007tennaddemGallatin????
Key Sr., John FrankMay-11-2007nx174BethpageMar-22-2007
Kilpatrick, Tommy RayMay-2-2007nx136GallatinApr-26-2007
King, Willene OvertonMay-2-2007nx138Roswell, NMApr-25-2007
Kinney, Donna CrabtreeJan-5-2007tennaddemGallatinDec-24-2006
Kirkpatrick, Mary EllaJan-12-2007nx185GallatinJan-10-2007
Kitchen, Janet DorothyApr-25-2007hs20HendersonvilleApr-11-2007
Kosloff, Robert JohnOct-17-2007hs8SpringfieldOct-13-2007
Kreim, Estelle GrovesNov-21-2007nx81GallatinNov-7-2007
Kuykendall, Robert LorenMar-14-2007nx183PortlandMar-13-2007
Ladd Sr., William RichardMar-7-2007nx151GallatinFeb-28-2007
Lambert, Glady CurtisOct-19-2007nx95WestmorelandOct-16-2007
Lame, Cecil RayMay-23-2007nx130LafayetteMay-20-2007
Laminack, Lana DarttAug-8-2007nx117GallatinAug-5-2007
Lancaster, Annis ErscillaAug-24-2007nx106GallatinAug-21-2007
Langston, Nancy LeeJan-12-2007hs37HendersonvilleJan-9-2007
Law, James RayJan-17-2007nx167Chesapeake, VaJan-15-2007
Layman, JoshApr-4-2007hs18HermitageMar-27-2007
Lecave-Anderson, NorraineJan-5-2007tennaddemGallatinJan-3-2007
Leffew, Glenda SueFeb-14-2007hs11HendersonvilleFeb-7-2007
Leffew, James R.Mar-9-2007hs12HendersonvilleMar-6-2007
Link, Joey DwayneAug-15-2007hs78Abilene, TXAug-5-2007
Logue, Robert NealMar-9-2007hs12NashvilleMar-4-2007
Lucas, Mary LeeFeb-9-2007nx159GallatinFeb-8-2007
Lucas, RayJan-4-2007hs77HendersonvilleJan-2-2007
Luman, Barbara NancyAug-15-2007hs34HendersonvilleAug-2-2007
Lyles Jr., Herschel P.Feb-9-2007nx159MurfreesboroJan-3-2007
Lyon, Franklin N.Sept-26-2007hs61GoodlettsvilleSept-21-2007
Mabry, Danny LeeSept-7-2007hs55HendersonvilleSept-4-2007
Major, Bennett HaleMar-14-2007hs10HendersonvilleMar-11-2007
Major, Edwine SizemoreAug-17-2007hs52HendersonvilleAug-17-2007
Major, Randall ScottJune-13-2007nx125ChristianaJune-9-2007
Malone, Virginia MaeJan-10-2007nx181GallatinJan-7-2007
Manning, Louise K.Mar-21-2007nx188GallatinMar-18-2007
Mansfield, VincentApr-17-2007hs9DresdenApr-24-2007
Marler, DorothyJan-5-2007tennaddemSpringhillDec-29-2006
Marmon, AlfredaApr-25-2007nx139HendersonvilleApr-22-2007
Marschall, Jack EvansJune-20-2007nx123GallatinJune-18-2007
Martin, Dewey WayneOct-3-2007nx101LafayetteOct-2-2007
Martin, Nell D.Sept-26-2007hs61HendersonvilleSept-19-2007
Mattson, Edward P.May-23-2007hs23HendersonvilleMay-18-2007
Mattson, Nancy Jean MessierMar-28-2007hs17HendersonvilleMar-18-2007
Maurer, Carl N.May-23-2007hs23HendersonvilleMay-14-2007
Mazzaferro, CarolJan-8-2007nx173GallatinJan-2-2007
McBride, Charles E.July-18-2007hs29HendersonvilleJuly-5-2007
McCormick, Hollis DDec-12-2007nx126WestmorelandDec-11-2007
McCoy, Joann WagnerApr-20-2007nx142HartsvilleApr-16-2007
McCracken, EdmundNov-30-2007hs72HendersonvilleNov-27-2007
McDonald, Alden P.Aug-22-2007hs51GallatinAug-20-2007
McDonald, Fred A.Oct-31-2007nx178GallatinOct-28-2007
McEwen Sr., Ronnie L.Dec-7-2007hs3BethpageDec-3-2007
McGlohn Sr., Richard H.Nov-7-2007nx94GallatinNov-4-2007
McGrath, France EmalineJan-31-2007hs43HendersonvilleJan-26-2007
McMurtry, RuthDec-28-2007hs75HendersonvilleDec-23-2007
McNeal, Patricia AnnAug-31-2007nx116Kary, TXAug-26-2007
McWhirter, BudApr-25-2007nx139GallatinApr-23-2007
Mercer, Nancy LeeNov-14-2007nx90WestmorelandNov-12-2007
Merril, Ida CarolynMay-16-2007nx194????May-14-2007
Michalenko, Don J.June-15-2007hs32HendersonvilleJune-11-2007
Middleton, LucilleJan-5-2007tennaddemGallatinDec-31-2006
Miller ll, Gerald A.Apr-13-2007nx141BethpageApr-8-2007
Mincey, Judy K.Oct-24-2007nx85/86GallatinOct-21-2007
Minor, CraidJan-12-2007hs37HendersonvilleJan-9-2007
Minor, HaroldOct-5-2007nx100Auburn, KyOct-2-2007
Mitchell, Kathleen WalkerMar-16-2007nx176HendersonvilleMar-13-2007
Mitchell, Patty JoAug-24-2007hs53HendersonvilleAug-19-2007
Moroni, Justine ImgardAug-29-2007hs54GallatinAug-23-2007
Moss, Marie SimsOct-17-2007nx97GallatinOct-16-2007
Moss, Sue ElizabethJan-19-2007nx168GallatinJan-17-2007
Moulton, Marjorie PearlDec-12-2007hs2HendersonvilleDec-10-2007
Mullins, Lillie May BrownSept-5-2007nx115BethpageSept-1-2007
Mumaw Sr., Jack W.Nov-16-2007hs70/90HendersonvilleNov-12-2007
Murley, Dorothy E.Nov-14-2007nx90GallatinNov-10-2007
Murray, James AllenApr-20-2007hs19HendersonvilleApr-16-2007
Myers, Julia DorisSept-14-2007hs57CastalianSpringsSept-6-2007
Nash, VivianAug-15-2007hs34HendersonvilleAug-12-2007
Neely, GertrudeMay-16-2007nx131White HouseMay-12-2007
Nelson, Betty JeanFeb-9-2007hs11HendersonvilleFeb-6-2007
Newbell, Grover EdwardMar-2-2007nx152GallatinFeb-27-2007
Newman, Ruby LeeMay-23-2007nx130Red Boiling SpringsMay-22-2007
Newson, Rev. Cleaster ComerNov-14-2007hs69????Nov-5-2007
Nolley, Linda GailSept-21-2007nx109PortlandSept-19-2007
Normoyle, MaryOct-3-2007nx101WestmorelandSept-30-2007
Norwood, Alice E.Mar-28-2007nx148GallatinMar-24-2007
Oden, John WayneJan-2-2007hs76GallatinDec-13-2007
Odom Sr., Samuel L.May-2-2007hs21HendersonvilleApr-27-2007
Odom, Beatrice (Shields)Jan-24-2007nx163Muncie, IndJan-22-2007
Odom, Catherine LusterJan-17-2007nx167GallatinJan-15-2007
Odom, Theresa P.Aug-3-2007hs50HendersonvilleJuly-30-2007
Offitt, Louis T.Nov-7-2007nx94Indianapolis, InOct-31-2007
Ogle, Mary Ruth HaggardNov-23-2007nx189HendersonvilleNov-20-2007
Owen, Muriel DeanMar-21-2007nx188PortlandMar-17-2007
Painter, Lutellus LeroyOct-26-2007hs64DicksonOct-23-2007
Parks, William TerryMar-21-2007nx188PortlandMar-18-2007
Parman, Dorothy B.Nov-7-2007nx93GallatinNov-4-2007
Patrick, YvonneMar-7-2007nx150GallatinMar-3-2007
Payne, Callie MayApr-25-2007nx140GallatinApr-22-2007
Payne, DianeDec-12-2007nx126NashvilleDec-8-2007
Pendergrast, David ShawSept-21-2007hs60Arab, AlaAug-27-2007
Peppard, William JohnJan-24-2007hs38GoodlettsvilleJan-20-2007
Perry, Hollis GlennMay-2-2007nx137CottontownApr-26-2007
Petrelli, Eileen MargaretApr-17-2007hs9HendersonvilleApr-24-2007
Pierce, Kameron ThomasJuly-18-2007nx105GallatinJuly-13-2007
Pietzsch, Norma JeanJan-2-2007hs76HendersonvilleDec-26-2007
Pike, Archie CannonOct-31-2007nx178PortlandOct-28-2007
Pinson, Jane AnnNov-14-2007hs69HendersonvilleNov-12-2007
Plush, Marie LucilleAug-1-2007hs35HendersonvilleJuly-26-2007
Poag, Dalcomb FredAug-24-2007nx106GallatinAug-22-2007
Poe, Marion E.Jan-19-2007hs39HendersonvilleJan-15-2007
Pond, HelenSept-12-2007nx112Chattanooga, TNSept-10-2007
Powell, James ThurmanMar-21-2007nx195HendersonvilleMar-19-2007
Powell, Joe F.Oct-19-2007hs6HendersonvilleAug-30-2007
Priest, Dorothy LeighOct-26-2007hs64HendersonvilleOct-23-2007
Pyron, Lisa KayeMay-11-2007hs25HendersonvilleMay-5-2007
Quanbeck, Vernon S.May-18-2007hs22HendersonvilleMay-16-2007
Ragland, Jewell DeanMar-2-2007nx152WestmorelandFeb-28-2007
Rakestraw, Lowell DavidAug-15-2007hs34HendersonvilleAug-8-2007
Rambo, Mary BendelNov-16-2007nx89PortlandNov-14-2007
Ramirez Sr., Mario GuiterrezDec-26-2007hs75HendersonvilleDec-20-2007
Randolph, Betty LouJan-10-2007hs36CookevilleJan-3-2007
Ray, Willette BennettMar-30-2007nx146/147GallatinMar-29-2007
Reed, Harley DavidsonApr-18-2007nx187Pensacola, FlApr-14-2007
Reed, Laura A.Dec-5-2007hs4HendersonvilleDec-1-2007
Reed, Mary E.Mar-23-2007hs15Clarksburg, WVMar-20-2007
Reeves, Joshua H.Oct-3-2007hs63BaghdadSept-22-2007
Regg Jr., RobertMay-4-2007nx192NashvilleApr-30-2007
Reid, Jerry L.Jan-29-2007nx160PortlandJan-25-2007
Rice, Carl DeanOct-17-2007hs8HendersonvilleOct-13-2007
Richardson, Jessie W.Aug-1-2007hs35GreenbrierJuly-26-2007
Rickard, Dennis E.Aug-8-2007nx118The Villages, FlAug-4-2007
Rickman, Beatrice LelaDec-7-2007nx175BethpageDec-2-2007
Riddle, Duane KeithJan-24-2007nx165WestmorelandJan-21-2007
Ritchie, Riley NicoleApr-25-2007nx139GallatinApr-18-2007
Roaden, Charles A.July-18-2007hs29White HouseJuly-14-2007
Roberts, Goldie D.Nov-1-2007nx87GallatinOct-30-2007
Roddy, Annie Novella GammonJan-17-2007hs40HartsvilleJan-9-2007
Rogan Sr., Bobby JoeAug-29-2007nx111GallatinAug-22-2007
Rogers, Florence EOct-12-2007nx102CottontownOct-9-2007
Ross, Judy DaleNov-14-2007hs69SouthhavenNov-7-2007
Rougon, J. StanApr-4-2007hs18HendersonvilleApr-1-2007
Rumble, JoApr-4-2007nx171WestmorelandMar-30-2007
Ryan, J.B.Jan-8-2007nx173BethpageJan-4-2007
Sadler, Frank D.Aug-15-2007nx107GallatinAug-16-2007
Sanders, Harriett G. LeeNov-21-2007nx82NashvilleNov-17-2007
Sanders, Robert DwaneNov-28-2007hs5HendersonvilleNov-26-2007
Sanford, Mary GertrudeAug-10-2007hs51HendersonvilleAug-7-2007
Sanford, Rebecca W.Jan-26-2007hs42Guthrie, KyJan-22-2007
Satterfield, Joe ThomasJan-26-2007nx161GallatinJan-24-2007
Savage, Lewis WrennMay-30-2007nx129GallatinMay-27-2007
Savell, Flores McCandlessJune-8-2007hs30HendersonvilleMay-29-2007
Schilz, Mildred IreneJune-13-2007hs33HendersonvilleJune-5-2007
Scott, Patricia MaeJan-24-2007nx165WestmorelandJan-22-2007
Scruggs, AlineNov-7-2007nx94GallatinNov-3-2007
Scudder, Joan MonroeMay-18-2007hs22GoodlettsvilleMay-15-2007
Sdebel, AdolphDec-13-2007nx134GallatinDec-11-2007
Shanklin, Joe DavidOct-24-2007nx88PortlandOct-23-2007
Shannon, Mary RussellAug-15-2007hs78PortlandAug-11-2007
Shartzer, Kenneth H.Nov-7-2007hs67Louisville, KyNov-4-2007
Sheucraft, Thomas EdwardSept-6-2007nx114PortlandSept-6-2007
Shores, Thomas CalvinJan-3-2007hs36HendersonvilleDec-27-2007
Shrum, Billy WilsonAug-1-2007hs35GallatinJuly-28-2007
Shrum, Ernest "Jack"Mar-30-2007nx146Brownsburg, IndMar-27-2007
Shumway, Randy DaleMay-30-2007nx129SpringfieldMay-23-2007
Silcox, JanetJune-20-2007nx122CastalianSpringsJune-18-2007
Simmons, Sarah Cardell HarrisOct-17-2007hs8HendersonvilleOct-13-2007
Simons, Eliza LaruniaMay-30-2007nx129WestmorelandMay-24-2007
Simpson, Shirley LeeFeb-23-2007hs47HendersonvilleFeb-12-2007
Sleamon, Billy NolanJan-26-2007nx161CastalianSpringsJan-24-2007
Smallwood, Frank AllenJune-20-2007nx123LaVergneJune-17-2007
Smallwood, Nell RuthNov-21-2007nx82GallatinNov-15-2007
Smead, Brigitta PaulaAug-29-2007hs54HendersonvilleAug-24-2007
Smith, Glenda FayeAug-31-2007nx116PortlandAug-29-2007
Smith, Thomas SidneyAug-15-2007hs34HendersonvilleAug-8-2007
Smithson, Nancy Maddux DunnJan-17-2007hs40GallatinJan-13-2007
Sneed, Melissa Lee AnnNov-21-2007nx82GoodlettsvilleNov-19-2007
Spencer, Robert DeanApr-18-2007hs19HendersonvilleApr-12-2007
Stafford, Ruby NellOct-17-2007nx98BethpageOct-5-2007
Stanton, William DanielJan-24-2007nx165GallatinJan-17-2007
Staples, April AtheyDec-7-2007nx175Tallahassee, FlNov-27-2007
Starr, Bessie ArnoldOct-12-2007nx102NashvilleOct-9-2007
Staufenberger, Mary ElaineJune-6-2007hs28HendersonvilleJune-2-2007
Stephens, Sarah S.Jan-17-2007hs41HendersonvilleJan-9-2007
Stewart Jr., Joseph H.Aug-8-2007nx119GallatinAug-1-2007
Stewart, Zelda MaeOct-17-2007nx97WestmorelandOct-11-2007
Stringer, Betty G.June-20-2007nx123GallatinJune-15-2007
Stuart, Noble GilbertDec-21-2007hs74BowlingGreen,KyNov-6-2007
Suddarth, Sara WidickFeb-28-2007nx155GallatinFeb-23-2007
Sullivan, Lois Elizabeth UnderhillJune-27-2007hs27HendersonvilleJune-23-2007
Suttle, DixieJune-20-2007nx122BethpageJune-18-2007
Sutton, Sandra KaySept-28-2007hs62HendersonvilleSept-22-2007
Swallows, Clarence RaymondDec-??-2007nx84GallatinDec-21-2007
Swann, Emma KyleighSept-7-2007hs55PortlandSept-1-2007
Swinney, Cheryl LynnNov-2-2007hs66HendersonvilleOct-15-2007
Swinney, Cheryl LynnOct-24-2007nx85/86HendersonvilleOct-15-2007
Tallent, Michael EdwardFeb-9-2007nx159GallatinFeb-7-2007
Talley, Edward ThomasMar-7-2007nx150GallatinMar-1-2007
Taylor, Cyril FrankAug-29-2007nx111MaryvilleAug-25-2007
Taylor, Georgia LeeMar-7-2007hs14HendersonvilleMar-1-2007
Taylor, Hilda Elizabeth DuesterAug-8-2007hs50HendersonvilleAug-2-2007
Taylor, Hilda MarieMar-21-2007nx188GallatinMar-18-2007
Taylor, O.Z.Jan-10-2007nx181GallatinJan-8-2007
Taylor, William ReedMar-16-2007nx176GallatinMar-13-2007
Teston, Gordon LeeMay-30-2007nx129CastalianSpringsMay-29-2007
Tharp, Darline AlbertaFeb-2-2007hs44HendersonvilleJan-31-2007
Thomas, Ellis E.Oct-31-2007nx178GallatinOct-28-2007
Thomas, Helen DemetralAug-15-2007hs34HendersonvilleJuly-27-2007
Thomas, RufusMar-2-2007nx152Savannah, TNFeb-27-2007
Thomas-Moore Jr., DonaldJan-5-2007tennaddemGallatinJan-1-2007
Thompson, Barbara LouiseMay-16-2007nx194HendersonvilleMay-11-2007
Thompson, MaxineMay-2-2007nx138GallatinApr-28-2007
Thompson, Mirentha D.Sept-26-2007nx108GallatinSept-23-2007
Tinker, Dwayne LeeNov-14-2007hs69GallatinNov-11-2007
Trisdale, LouiseJan-4-2007hs77GallatinDec-30-2007
Troutt, Freddy GeneJan-12-2007nx185SmyrnaJan-10-2007
Turner, Dayleigh A'KierraJan-19-2007nx168GallatinJan-16-2007
Turner, Lillie MayMay-9-2007hs24HendersonvilleMay-6-2007
Tuttle, BobJuly-18-2007nx103WestmorelandJuly-14-2007
Upchurch, Sandra SueFeb-28-2007nx156CottontownFeb-25-2007
Upton, Bobby ThomasAug-29-2007hs54SpringHillAug-22-2007
Valentine, JosephineMay-11-2007nx174LebanonMay-6-2007
Vanatta, Ralph DouglasDec-??-2007nx84PortlandDec-24-2007
Vantrease, Gladys BarberOct-19-2007nx96GallatinOct-16-2007
Vaughn, ErnestFeb-7-2007hs45HendersonvilleJan-31-2007
Vickery, Buddy RalphJune-1-2007hs28HendersonvilleMay-28-2007
Waddell, IreneSept-22-2007hs13GallatinSept-20-2007
Wade, Allene WithersNov-30-2007hs72HendersonvilleNov-22-2007
Wade,HarberJune-6-2007nx127GallatinJune-1-2007
Waggoner, Audrey F.Mar-2-2007hs14NashvilleFeb-28-2007
Wakefield, Carolyn Faye DarnellNov-21-2007nx83Fairfield GladeNov-18-2007
Wakefield, Eunice PaulineJune-6-2007nx127GoodlettsvilleMay-31-2007
Walker, WayneMay-23-2007nx130LafayetteMay-21-2007
Waller, Houston LeeJune-15-2007hs32McDonough, GaJune-11-2007
Walton Jr., Samuel EmmettDec-5-2007hs4HendersonvilleNov-29-2007
Ward, Early RayJuly-18-2007nx105BethpageJuly-9-2007
Ward, Rebecca JuneDec-12-2007nx126GallatinNov-29-2007
Ware Jr., Ronnie JamesDec-7-2007hs3Franklin, KyDec-1-2007
Warren, Dollie Mae GordonSept-12-2007hs56HendersonvilleSept-10-2007
Weatherford Jr., Roy W.June-13-2007nx125GallatinJune-10-2007
Weekley, Dr. Steven GlennSept-14-2007hs58HendersonvilleSept-11-2007
Weems Jr., Lonnie RayOct-10-2007nx99ClarksvilleOct-8-2007
Wells, Eloise FitzpatrickOct-3-2007nx101GallatinSept-27-2007
White, Billy GeneApr-25-2007nx140PortlandApr-24-2007
White, Maraella "Mary"Mar-28-2007nx148CottontownMar-20-2007
Whiteside, Nellie MaiJan-5-2007tennaddemGallatinJan-3-2007
Whitt, Elise RobertsAug-24-2007hs53HendersonvilleAug-20-2007
Wildbur, Billy RayNov-7-2007nx92McKenzieNov-6-2007
Wiley, Ananias JamesNov-9-2007hs68HendersonvilleOct-27-2007
Willard, Demorhea E.Oct-19-2007nx95East Ridge, GaOct-16-2007
Williams, Charles HaynesApr-4-2007nx172/171GallatinMar-31-2007
Williams, Donald C.Mar-9-2007hs12Lawrenceville,GaMar-6-2007
Williams-Law, Debra AnnMay-16-2007nx133CottontownMay-10-2007
Wilson, Pauline CookMar-28-2007nx148NashvilleMar-23-2007
Winn, R. SamNov-14-2007hs69GoodlettsvilleNov-7-2007
Withers, James "Jake"Nov-21-2007nx82GoodlettsvilleNov-16-2007
Wix, Henry FordMar-7-2007nx150GallatinMar-3-2007
Wood, Charles L.June-20-2007hs31HendersonvilleJune-12-2007
Woodall, MelvinOct-31-2007nx178Franklin, KyOct-29-2007
Woodard Sr., Elder Hugh E.Dec-7-2007nx135Russellville, KyDec-2-2007
Woods, Charles L.June-15-2007hs32HendersonvilleJune-12-2007
Woods, Larry DeanMay-30-2007nx129HartsvilleMay-29-2007
Wooten, RobbieFeb-9-2007nx159HendersonvilleFeb-??-2007
Worley, Shirley Ann RobertNov-2-2007hs66HendersonvilleOct-28-2007
Wright, Mary SueJan-24-2007nx166GallatinJan-20-2007
Wright, Maude AliceOct-17-2007nx98GallatinOct-16-2007
Yarbrough, Dr. James AlanAug-1-2007hs35HendersonvilleJuly-25-2007
Yeldell, Anna BelleAug-8-2007hs50HendersonvilleAug-4-2007
Yuill, Dr. Rochelle FuquaOct-17-2007hs8HendersonvilleOct-11-2007

Address & Contact

365 North Belvedere Drive
Gallatin, TN 37066

615-452-0037
archives@sumnercountytn.gov

Open 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday except for posted holidays.

Assessor of Property

Frequently Asked Questions

General Questions
  1. Where can I find information on property tax sales?
Property Appraisal
  1. Why is property taxed in Tennessee?
  2. What does the assessor do?
  3. Will the value of my property change every year?
  4. How is my home appraised for property tax purposes?
  5. How does the assessor determine market value?
  6. Does the assessor visit my property?
  7. If I bought my house last year, shouldn't the value be the same as what I paid for it a year ago?
  8. When will I be notified of the value of my property?
  9. How can I determine whether or not the appraisal of my home is accurate?
  10. What can I do if I believe the value of my home is incorrect?
Assessment Appeals
  1. To appeal or not to appeal?
  2. Is there help available?
  3. How do I file an appeal?
  4. What happens after I appeal?
  5. How do I prepare an appeal?
  6. What if I don't like the value the Board determines?
  7. Can I go straight to the State Board and not present an appeal to the Sumner County Board of Equalization?
Property Exemptions
  1. What types of organizations are eligible for exemption from property taxation?
  2. Wouldn't any property owned by a tax-exempt organization be automatically exempted from property taxes?
  3. How does an organization apply for an exemption?
  4. What documents or other material should be provided with the application?
  5. After the exemption is approved, how often is the property owner required to update the record or re-apply?
Greenbelt Program
  1. What is The Agricultural, Forest, and Open Space Act of 1976?
  2. What types of properties are eligible for enrollment in the “Greenbelt” program?
  3. How do I apply for Greenbelt?
  4. What are “Rollback Taxes”?
Mobile Homes
  1. Are mobile homes taxable property in Tennessee?
  2. If a mobile home is located in a mobile home park, who is responsible for paying the taxes, the homeowner or the park owner?
  3. Are active duty military personnel required to pay property taxes on their mobile homes?
  4. What responsibility does the owner of a Mobile Home Park have in reporting improvements (mobile homes) on their property?
  5. Why is the value listed in the assessor's office different than what I paid for the mobile home?
Tangible Personal Property
  1. Who has to file a Tangible Personal Property Schedule?
  2. What is considered "tangible personal property" under the law?
  3. What if I'm a very small business and don't have an accounting staff?
  4. What happens if I don't file the schedule by March 1?
  5. Will I be audited?
  6. How will I know if my assessment is changed?
Periodic Reappraisal
  1. Why is Reappraisal necessary?
  2. How are Reappraisal values established?
  3. How does the general maintenance of property affect reappraisal values?
  4. How does structural damage affect reappraisal value?
  5. What if Property Owners disagree with their reappraisal values?
  6. What is Market Value?

Where can I find information on property tax sales?
For information on property tax sales please see the Clerk and Masters office.This site will have all information on available tax sales in the county.
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Why is property taxed in Tennessee?
Article II Section 28 of the Tennessee Constitution states: "…all property real, personal or mixed shall be subject to taxation…" Your property tax dollars are used by city, county, and state governments to provide funding for roads, parks, fire and police protection, public schools, and many other local services.
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What does the assessor do?
The assessor of property has the duty of determining the value and classification of all property except public utility property which is valued by the State of Tennessee, Comptroller of the Treasury, Office of State Assessed Properties. The assessor estimates only the value of your property and the County Commission determines the appropriate tax rate to fund the county budget.
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Will the value of my property change every year?
Pursuant to Tennessee Code Annotated Section 67-5-1601 reappraisal must be completed either in a four, five, or six-year cycle. Sumner County is on a 5-year reappraisal cycle. The next reappraisal is scheduled for 2024. Normally, the value placed on a property during the year of a reappraisal remains undisturbed until the next reappraisal unless the value is changed on appeal or corrected for physical characteristics such as the addition or deletion of an improvement or land.
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How is my home appraised for property tax purposes?
The assessor appraises your home at "market value". Market value is the amount of money a well-informed buyer would pay and a well-informed seller would accept for property in an open and competitive market, without any outside influence.
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How does the assessor determine market value?
The assessor's office collects sales data from all real estate transactions in Sumner County and processes these into appraisal models that assist in the evaluation of all real property.
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Does the assessor visit my property?
All properties within Sumner County Assessor of Property County are visited by a member of the assessor's staff who performs an exterior inspection of the property between reappraisal years. Example: The last reappraisal was in 2019. Prior to the next reappraisal scheduled for 2024 all properties will be visually inspected at least from the exterior. The assessor's office also visits and inspects the interior of properties when necessary, or upon invitation by the taxpayer.
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If I bought my house last year, shouldn't the value be the same as what I paid for it a year ago?
The sale by itself doesn't necessarily indicate market value. However, factors such as the date of sale versus the date of appraisal (which is January 1 of the tax year), other comparable sales within the subject neighborhood, etc., will be evaluated along with the sale of your property in making a final determination.
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When will I be notified of the value of my property?
The assessor's office is required to notify you of any change in the value or classification of your property. As stated above, if the property is unchanged between reappraisal years there will be no need for notice, however, if you should change the physical characteristics or use of the property a notice of assessment change will be sent to you in May of the tax year the change is made.
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How can I determine whether or not the appraisal of my home is accurate?
You can compare your home to others with similar characteristics within your neighborhood and/or have an appraisal completed by a licensed real estate appraiser.
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What can I do if I believe the value of my home is incorrect?
If you believe your value is incorrect after exercising the above steps, you may contact the assessor's office to request a review. If you are not satisfied with the results of that review, you may appeal your property to the Sumner County Board of Equalization which meets in June of each tax year.
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To appeal or not to appeal?
Before making your decision to appeal your property value to this office, be sure and compare your property to others in your neighborhood to see if they are appraised uniformly. Also, you may know of properties that have sold that you can compare their sale prices to your property. Be sure to note any physical or zoning changes that may affect the value of your property as it compares to the sales.
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Is there help available?
Our office is willing to listen to your concerns and will be happy to advise you of the proper course of action. If after discussing your property with you we discover we have made an error, we will correct that error and make a recommendation to the appropriate parties. In addition to this office, there are professional property tax representatives who are registered with the State Board of Equalization who may be able to assist you.
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How do I file an appeal?
You may contact this office the first week of May of each tax year to schedule an appeal to the Sumner County Board of Equalization.
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What happens after I appeal?
You will receive a notice of any action made by the assessor or Sumner County Board of Equalization.
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How do I prepare an appeal?
If you feel aggrieved by your valuation or classification, you may assemble all documentation that supports your conclusion of value that is different from the assessor.
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What if I don't like the value the Board determines?
You may appeal the Board's decision to the State Board of Equalization before August 1 for the tax year or within forty-five days of the date the notice of local board action was sent, whichever is later.
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Can I go straight to the State Board and not present an appeal to the Sumner County Board of Equalization?
You must first appeal to the Sumner County Board of Equalization. This is the first level of administrative appeal.
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What types of organizations are eligible for exemption from property taxation?
Religious, charitable, scientific, or nonprofit educational institutions may apply to have property owned by that organization exempt from property taxes if the property is currently being used exclusively to carry out one or more of the purposes for which the organization was created. This can include allowing another exempt institution to use the property for a purpose for which that organization was created, provided the owning institution receives no more than one dollar ($1.00) in rent per year (the owner may receive a reasonable fee for maintenance and service). The three key provisions are:

  1. Owned by a religious, charitable, scientific, or educational institution.
  2. Currently being used for a purpose for which that organization exists.
  3. The owning organization must apply to the State Board of Equalization and receive approval in writing.

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Wouldn't any property owned by a tax-exempt organization be automatically exempted from property taxes?
Not necessarily. The primary consideration is “current use”. For example, if a church buys a vacant site with the intention of building a new church there in the future, the property would not be able to be exempted until the new building is completed and ready for use. And even then, if the site were several acres in size and only a portion of the land was being used for the actual church buildings, parking lots, athletic fields, etc., the excess land may still be taxable until it also is put to a use that would warrant exemption.
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How does an organization apply for an exemption?
Exemption application forms and instructions for completing them are available in the Assessor of Property Office. After the form is filled out by the requesting institution, one copy is filed with the State Board of Equalization for a decision and the other is filed with the Assessor of Property. All applications and supporting documentation should be filed by May 20th of the tax year for which the exemption is being sought. A separate application must be filled out for each parcel of property being requested for consideration.
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What documents or other material should be provided with the application?
Copies of the following documents should accompany the organization's application to the State Board, as well as the copy filed with the Assessor:

  • Deed of Ownership
  • Articles of Incorporation (if applicable)
  • Organization's Bylaws (if applicable)
  • I.R.S. Tax Exempt Letter
  • Income and Expense Statement or I.R.S. Information Return
  • Photograph(s) of the property

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After the exemption is approved, how often is the property owner required to update the record or re-apply?
Once an exemption is approved it is not necessary to reapply each year. If there are changes, however, in the ownership or use of the property which might affect the property's exempt status, it is the organization's responsibility to promptly notify both the Assessor of Property and the State Board of Equalization.
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What is The Agricultural, Forest, and Open Space Act of 1976?
More commonly referred to as the “Greenbelt Law”, it is tax law enacted by the state legislature to encourage the retention of green spaces around urban areas and to prevent the loss of family farms due to property taxes based on development speculation values, rather than the current use.
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What types of properties are eligible for enrollment in the “Greenbelt” program?
There are 3 types of land that may qualify for greenbelt classification:

  1. Agricultural Land: a tract of at least 15 acres that is currently engaged in farming (i.e. the production or growing of crops, plants, animals, nursery, or floral products). A tract that is smaller than 15 acres, but is at least 10 acres can qualify for greenbelt if the owner has at least 1 tract in the program that meets the minimum 15-acre qualification. The current test of farm use is a property's ability to generate an average annual income of at least $1,500 over any 3-year period. Property can also qualify, regardless of income, if you, your parent, or your spouse has farmed the property for at least 25 years, you continue to live on the property, and the property is not currently used for a purpose inconsistent with farming.
  2. Forest Land: a tract of at least 15 acres engaged in growing trees under a sound program of sustained yield management or having tree growth in such quantity and quality as to be managed as a forest.
  3. Open Space Land: a tract of at least 3 acres maintained in an open or natural condition for public enjoyment and use.

Note: With all three classes, the law limits an owner's qualification to 1500 acres in any given county.
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How do I apply for Greenbelt?
All necessary forms are available at the Assessor of Property's office. The application, including a certification from the owner about the property's use, can be filled out and approved during a short office visit. After approval, the property owner is responsible for recording the application at the County Register of Deeds. Once enrolled, the owner is not required to re-apply each year, but is required by law to promptly notify the assessor of any change in the use or ownership of the property which would affect its Greenbelt eligibility.
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What are “Rollback Taxes”?
When a property that has been assessed as Greenbelt becomes disqualified for any of the following reasons:

  • size of tract or use no longer meet qualifications
  • the owner requests in writing to withdraw
  • the property is covered by a recorded subdivision plat unless the owner can still prove farm use
  • property is sold and converted to other use the owner may be liable to pay what are referred to as “rollback” taxes on the property. “Rollback” is simply the difference between the Greenbelt assessment and the market value assessment that would have been applied if the property had not been in the program. In effect, it is paying back the tax savings the owner enjoyed under greenbelt. For Agricultural and Forest properties the rollback period is 3 years (the current year and the 2 preceding years), for Open Space property the rollback is 5 years. If only a portion of the property is sold or converted to a non-qualifying use, rollback is only assessed on that portion, as long as the remainder of the property still qualifies. Rollback assessments are made on the next tax roll after the property no longer qualifies for greenbelt. An owner should fully understand “rollback” before applying for the Greenbelt program.

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Are mobile homes taxable properties in Tennessee?
Yes, under Tennessee Law mobile homes are assessed as real property, as an improvement to the land where that mobile home is located. This can be on property owned by the mobile home owner, or on a lot or pad in a mobile home park where the owner is renting or leasing a space. A key date to remember is January 1st, which is the statutory "date of assessment".Because a mobile home by definition is "moveable", the possibility exists that it could be located in more than one jurisdiction during any given year. To prevent it from being assessed for taxes more than once, a mobile home is assessed in the county where it is physically located on January 1st, no matter how long it remains on site after that date.
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If a mobile home is located in a mobile home park, who is responsible for paying the taxes, the homeowner or the park owner?
The mobile homeowner. Because the mobile home is assessed as an improvement to their property, the mobile home park owner will receive a tax bill that includes the taxes for all mobile homes in their park. However, the mobile homeowner is responsible for paying the taxes attributed to their mobile home. At the park owner's discretion, this can be done in a lump sum or included in the monthly collection of any rents or dues.
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Are active duty military personnel required to pay property taxes on their mobile homes?
Mobile homes owned by non-resident active duty service personnel in Tennessee on military orders are considered “personal property” in accordance with the Soldiers' and Sailors' Civil Relief Act, and therefore are exempt.
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What responsibility does the owner of a Mobile Home Park have in reporting improvements (mobile homes) on their property?
In December of each year, the Assessor of Property furnishes each mobile home park owner in the county with a report to list all mobile homes located in their park as of 1 January. It is the duty of the mobile home park owner to correctly list each mobile home by make, model, size, original cost, etc., and return that report, along with certification of any military exemptions to the assessor's office no later than 1 April.
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Why is the value listed in the assessor's office different than what I paid for the mobile home?
While the purchase price can be one indicator of value for a particular mobile home, the amount paid does not necessarily equal the market value. Considerations such as repossessions, sale prices and discounts, family sales, and sales where land or furnishings are involved, often make the purchase price unreliable as the fair market value of a mobile home. The assessor's office is responsible for equalizing values and making uniform assessments of all mobile homes in the jurisdiction. The values assigned for tax purposes are developed using uniform standards for quality, size, and depreciation. If a mobile home is properly listed (age, size, etc.), the results will closely approximate the current market value, but more importantly for tax purposes, they will ensure a fair and equal assessment for every taxpayer who owns a similar mobile home.
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Who has to file a Tangible Personal Property Schedule?
Every business owner in Tennessee, whether incorporated or not, is required to file the schedule annually with the Assessor of Property for the county in which the business is located.
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What is considered "tangible personal property" under the law?
Just about any tangible property not considered to be real estate falls under the definition.If you have any questions about whether an asset fits the description, contact this office.
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What if I'm a very small business and don't have an accounting staff?
All businesses are required to use the Schedule B form. There is an option to check the SMALL ACCOUNTS CERTIFICATIONS. By checking this you certify that the total depreciated value of your property (all groups) is $1,000.00 or less.
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What happens if I don't file the schedule by March 1?
The law requires the Assessor's Office to place a value on your tangible personal property, which may be higher than you would have reported. Your only appeal route then is through the Sumner County Board of Equalization. You also may be assessed a penalty for failing to report.
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Will I be audited?
Every business owner is subject to selection for audit. A member of the Assessor's staff reviews each completed form, and where necessary, work with the business owner to obtain accurate reporting. Audit methods vary, generally based on the size and type of business involved. An inspection of the business premises may be required, or a detailed examination of records of purchases may be needed. You can help by doing the most thorough job possible when you complete the schedule.
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How will I know if my assessment is changed?
We will send you an Assessment Notice in May, indicating any changes in your assessment. If you disagree with the changes, you should contact our office to request a review. As in the case of realty assessments, you should prepare to provide any documentation you have to support your case. If you still don't agree with the Assessor's Office action, you may file an appeal to the Board of Equalization, which begins its meetings in June.
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Why is reappraisal necessary?
Reappraisal eliminates inequities that are created over time by changes in the real estate market, ensuring fairness and equity for all property owners. A property's market value can increase or decrease. If the Assessor's record of a property's market value does not change with the market, some people could pay too much in property taxes, while others could pay too little. That's why the Sumner County Assessor is required to conduct reappraisals every five years. Reappraisals allow the Assessor to adjust property values so that every property in Sumner County is appraised at market value. The last reappraisal occurred in 2019. Between reappraisal cycles, the Assessor's staff:

  • Visually inspects all property in Sumner County so that the Assessor's assessment records reflect each property's actual characteristics, such as square footage, story height, exterior wall type, garage, carport, and detached buildings.
  • Verifies all property transfers as they occur in the marketplace. Appraisers verify each sale in order to ensure it is an arms-length transaction. These verified sales are recorded in the sales file to compare to properties of similar size, age, location, and description to help establish fair and equitable property values.
State law protects property owners during reappraisal years: State law also protects property owners from paying more than their fair share of property tax because a reappraisal has occurred. It provides for adjusting the tax rate to a level that would bring in the same amount of revenue as before reappraisal, excluding new construction. This is called the Certified Tax Rate, and it prevents local governments from experiencing a financial "windfall" in reappraisal years at the expense of the property owners.
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How are reappraisal values established?
The 2019 reappraisal is like a snapshot of Sumner County as of January 1, 2019. Reappraisal values are based on these key factors:

  • The property's use (such as home, business, vacant land, etc.)
  • The property's characteristics
    • Location
    • Square footage (total living area)
    • Quality of construction
    • Amenities (such as bathroom count, garage, carport, vaulted ceilings, etc.)
  • Current market conditions (determined by sales in the immediate area over the past three years)
To determine the market value of a property, a team of skilled and professionally trained appraisers:
  • Visually inspects all properties to ensure that the Assessor's records reflect actual characteristics.
  • Reviews and verifies market sales, cost, and income data according to accepted appraisal practices.
  • Completes market analyses using the CAMA (computer-assisted mass appraisal) system, comparing properties of similar size, age, location, and description.
  • Establishes reappraisal values that reflect current market conditions as of January 1.
Then reappraisal notices are mailed to every property owner in Sumner County. It is important to remember that buyers and sellers in the marketplace establish market value, not the Assessor. The Assessor compares these verified sales to properties of similar size, age, location, and description to complete the evaluation process. This ensures that property values reflect current market conditions as of January 1.
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How does the general maintenance of property affect reappraisal value?
The reappraisal value is not affected by the general maintenance of the property. Repairs such as a new roof, fresh interior/exterior paint, or landscaping neither add to nor detract from the value in the Assessor's records. While these types of repairs can be costly, they are considered to be normal maintenance expenses that all properties incur over time.
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How does structural damage affect reappraisal value?
When structural damage causes a property to be structurally unsound, the reappraisal value may be affected. A field inspection of the property is required to determine the extent of the impact.
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What if property owners disagree with their reappraisal values?
A team of appraisers makes every effort to ensure that all unique characteristics of a property are considered in establishing market value. When property owners have a concern regarding their appraisal or classification and do not agree with the Assessor's value, they should request an Informal Review. The Informal Review is NOT an appeal. It is an opportunity for property owners to share information with the Assessor's Office in order for their property values to reflect market value. There are three ways to initiate an Informal Review:

  1. Complete the Online Form. This is the fastest and most convenient way to initiate an informal review.
  2. Call the Assessor's Office at 615-452-2412
  3. Visit the Assessor's Office.
To assist in the Informal Review, property owners should submit documentation that supports their opinion of the value of the property in question. Examples of such documentation include:
  • Sales prices of similar properties in the immediate area within the last three years.
  • Recent private appraisal.
  • Photos of the property.
  • Any other information the property owner believes will assist appraisers in analyzing the property's market value.
Use our online form and The Assessor's Office will contact you regarding the results of our informal review. For those property owners who disagree with the results of their informal review they may appeal to the Sumner County Board of Equalization, the appeals process is described below:
  1. Sumner County Board of Equalization: The Board of Equalization is an independent body that meets beginning June 1. Failure to file an appeal could result in the assessment becoming final without further right of appeal.
  2. State Board of Equalization (SBoE): If property owners disagree with the Sumner County Board of Equalization's resolution, they may appeal to the SBoE, which meets as needed in Sumner County.

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What is Market Value?
"Market Value" is defined as the most probable price, as of a specified date, in cash, or in terms equivalent to cash, or in other precisely revealed terms for which the specified property rights should sell after reasonable exposure in a competitive market under all conditions requisite to a fair sale, with the buyer and seller each acting prudently, knowledgeably, and for self-interest, and assuming that neither is under undue duress. As you can see from the definition above, "market value" is a theoretical concept. Many sales occur at prices other than the "market value." Often the sale price is adjusted because of time pressures on the buyer or seller. Other factors that affect sale prices include owner-held mortgages and property transfers within families.
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2007 Sumner County Obituaries Index

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