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- Name: Charles Hamby Morris
- Born: January 8, 1967
- Location: Asheville, North Carolina - Buncombe County
- 1) December 20, 1891 - Nancy Jane Dugger
in Butler Tennesse- Johnson County
- Died: September 7, 1925
- 1) David Raleigh Morris
- 2) Lucy Jane Morris
- 3) William Dudley Hobson Morris
- In Memory of C.H. Morris
- On the 7th day of September 1925, this community was sorrow
stricken because of the sudden death of C.H. Morris. The deceased
was born January 8, 1867, near Asheville, in Buncomb county,
N.C. He professed faith in Christ and united with Sugar Grove
Baptist church in 1892. He moved his church letter to New Victory
Baptist Church in 1920, where it remained until his death. He
was a noble Christian, being among the most active members of
the church. He possessed the qualities it takes to make a true
Christian, a good citizen, a noble husband and father. He was
not gifted in oratory, but he was faithful to his church and
- "Well done, thou good and faithful servant, thou hast
been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over
many things; enter now into the joys of thy Lord."
- He was married to Nancy Jane Dugger in December 1891. He
leaves his wife and three children and a number of other relatives.
- We would say to the bereft, weep not as those who have no
hope, for blessed are the dead who die in the Lord, from henceforth
they may rest from their labors and their works do follow them.
- Resolutions: RESOLVED, first, that a copy of these resolutions
be spread on the minutes of the church as a memorial to the deceased.
- Second, that a copy be sent to the bereft wife.
- Third, that this church has lost one of its most worthy members.
- Mrs. C. W. Miller
- J. A. Waller
- Dorothy Tester
- Committee, New Victory Baptist Church
- In Jonesborough Herald:
- Resolutions of Respect
- WHEREAS, it has pleased Almighty God to remove from our midst
our Financial Secretary and brother, C. Hamby Morris, and
- WHEREAS, our deceased brother, C. Hamby Morris, has at all
times proved himself to be a true friend to the membership of
our Local Union; therefore be it
- RESOLVED, that we, the members of the United Brotherhood
of Carpenters and Joiners of America, in Local Union 2451, Erwin,
Tennessee, fully appreciating our great loss, in the untimely
passing of our brother, do hereby express our sincere regret,
and extend to the family of the deceased brother our profound
sympathy in this, their hour of sorrow in the loss of a loving
husband and father, and commend them to Him, "Who is able
to comfort them" and be it further
- RESOLVED, that a copy of this resolution be sent to the family
of th deceased, to the Erwin Magnet, and a copy be spread on
the records of our Local Union 2451, Erwin, Tennessee.
- Pitman Williams
- E. H. Dinkle, Committee.
- 1900 Census, T-1072, Roll 118
- Volume 36, ED 99, Sheet 17 Line58
- Johnson Co. 5th Civil District
- Morris, Charles H. Jan 1867 33 NC Carpenter