|B.D. Irvine and Agnes Marion Moran Irvine|
|Agnes Moran Irvine|
Age 94 years old
born October 7, 1838
died October 11, 1932
Mrs. B.D. Irvine Dies After Brief Illness
Oldest Resident of Dresden Succumbs to Pneumonia
Dresden, Tenn., Oct. 12 --(Special)--
Mrs. Agnes Irvine, 95, a revered figure in Dresden and the oldest resident of town, died Tuesday after a brief illness of pneumonia. She was the widow of B.D. Irvine and a sister of the late J.W. Moran, being a representative of one of the most prominent connections in the county.
Mrs. Irvine was a daughter of James Henderson Moran and his wife, Harriet Harris Moran, who were prominent in the early affairs of Dresden. She was a member of the Methodist Church, and very active in its work and about the home until the very end of her life. The funeral will be held Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Irvine was the mother of twelve children, six of whom survive: J.A. Irvine; Mrs. Sophia Fergusen with whom she made her home, and R.L. Irvine, of Dresden; Moran Irvine of Rutherford; Forrest D. of Fort Worth Texas, and William Irvine of Atlanta. She was an aunt of Mrs. James B. Ezzell of Nashville.