February 15, 1930|
Davey A. Fogleman Passed To His Reward
Davey A. Fogleman, well and favorably known in and around Lebanon and more especially in the Willis Chapel section just west of Lebanon, passed to his final reward February 7, 1930, in the 93rd year of his sojourn on earth. His death was due to infirmities of old age.
The four score and thirteen years of his life was spent in the neighorhood where he died and where he led a quiet but useful life. He was not by nature a demonstrative man, but his quiet godly life among his neighbors exemplified his profession as a Christian gentleman.
At the time of his passing he and his wife, who is 89 years of age, were making their home with their son, Henry Fogleman and daughters, Misses Tabitha and Cosby Fogleman.
Besides his wife the following children survive: George Fogleman, Henry Fogleman, Mrs. Walker Kiser, Misses Tabitha and Cosby Fogleman.
Funeral services were conducted from the home Sunday afternoon by Rev. Roy Redding, assisted by Rev. Dean, of Elk Garden. Burial took place in the family plot beside two of his children, Rev. C. H. Fogleman and Mrs. George Garrett, who preceded him to the heavenly home.
Deepest sympathy is extended to the family and friends.