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Jessie Davie

Age 96 of Clarksville passed away Monday, December 16, 2019. Funeral service 11:00 a.m. Friday, December 20, 2019 Woodlawn Elizabeth Missionary Baptist Church. Interment Woodlawn Elizabeth Church Cemetery. Jessie was one of eleven children born to Will Blair and Georgia French Blair of Indian Mound, TN.  Her parents and siblings: Oscar, W.B, Sadie Blair Eldridge, Rosie Blair Batson, Beatrice Blair Bell, James, Lois Blair Eldridge, Roscoe, Helen Blair Clardy  and  Leona Blair Woods, all preceded her in death. She accepted Christ at an early age at St. Paul AME Church of Oakwood, TN.  She later united with Woodlawn Elizabeth Baptist Church where she remained and was the oldest member of the congregtion. Mrs. Davie served as an usher and later on the Mothers’ Board until her health faltered. She married Alonzo Warfield Davie (deceased) on December 21, 1943 and to this union four children were born; Jesse Alonzo Davie, Sr.,(Frances) of Clarksville, Delores Stowers (deceased) of Clarksville, James Davie (deceased) of Indianapolis, IN. and Linda Lydia (Bob) Duncanville, TX.  She adoringly loved and cared for her grandchildren: Karen Valentin of Ft.  Worth, TX., Jesse Davie Jr.of Clarksville, Kimberly Timberlake of Hopkinville, Ky., Felicia Farrow Brank of Seattle Washington, Chris Davie (deceased) of Louisville, Ky. James & Dexter Bryant of Indianapolis, IN., Crystal Davie (deceased) of Indianapolis, IN., Robert Darden, Jr. of Oakland, CA., Juan Davie of Garland, TX. Twenty-seven Great Grand  and Great Great Grand Children.  Additionally she had kind and considerate nieces and a nephew who visited her regularly to make sure Aunt Jessie was doing well.  Additionally, she loved her many birthday parties and cards that she cherished and saved for years.  Her life was devoted to God  and  her family.


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