From States Graphic; Brownsville, Tenn. October 23, 1903|
CROCKETT COUNTY NEWS--this entire community is deeply sympathizing with MR.WILL BRADEN, of near this place, in the death of his wife, which sad event occurred yesterday afternoon after an illness of about two weeks with a malignant case of typhoid fever. MRS. BRADEN was the youngest daughter of MR. JACK SHILCUT, who two years ago died in the 8th district of Haywood County. Her sister, MRS. JENNIE BRIDGER, just two months ago, died of the same disease. Just one month ago, her mother who was living with MRS. BRIDGER died. So in less than two years, the whole family has died. MR. SHILCUT's remains were carried to Middle Tennessee for interment, but MRS. SHILCUT and MRS. BRIDGER were buried in the cemetery at this place where the remains of MRS. BRADEN were buried this afternoon at 2 o'clock, after services being conducted by E. W. HARDEMAN.
Hannah C. Shilcutt Braden (16 Jan 1886 - 20 Oct 1903) is buried in Belleview Cemetery, in Bells, Crockett Co., TN