Nancy J. Penney

Penney, Mrs. Nancy J., 77, 3307 Lamar Ave., Red Bank, Tenn., died in a Chattanooga Hospital early Sunday morning. She was the daughter of the late, William R. and Sarah T. Underwood Jones, pioneer settlers of north Hamilton County. She was the widow of George W. Penney who died in May 1967. Mrs. Penney was a member of the Middle Valley Church of God. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. James Mayberry, Red Bank and Mrs. Frances Clift, Red Bank; two sons, John L. Penney, Chattanooga, and Mose Penney, Soddy; five brothers, John Jones, Soddy, Frank and Sam C. Jones, Chattanooga, Charlie Jones, Hixson, the Rev. Lloyd Jones, Cleveland, Tenn.; five sisters, Mrs. will Howard, Smyrna, Ga., Mrs. S. O. Loftis, Hixson and Mrs. Ethel Whitlock, Chattanooga. Mrs. Alfred Miller, Soddy and Miss Mattie Jones of Chattanooga, 12 grandchildren, several great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the chapel of the funeral home, conducted by the Revs. Jack Pharr, Lloyd Brown and Arvin Johnson. Interment will follow in Hamilton County Memorial Park Cemetery. Active pallbearers will be grandsons, Bobby Clift, Larry Clift, Bobby Cope, Ralph Penney, Robert Penney and Harold Penney. Honorary pallbearers will be Russell Penney, L. W. Hunter, Herbert (Buck) Clift, John Walker, Ralph Baxter, Reese (Butch) Clift, J. O. Porter, Roy Benton, Lloyd Beene, Dr. Preston McDow, Clarence Webb, S. O. Nelson, James Clarence Webb, S. O. Nelson, James Nelson, Floyd Dodd, Homer Walker, John Miller and the Adult Sunday School Class of the Middle Valley Church of God. The body will remain at the funeral home. Arrangements by Williamson-Garrison Funeral Home.
The Chattanooga Times, Monday, Jan 15, 1968

Submitted by Sallie Cox