(submitted by Gerald & Tammy Westmoreland)
Henry S. Haynie, one of Alcorn County's oldest and best citizens died at his home ten miles southeast of this city at 3:00 p.m. Tuesday the 18th and was buried in the family burying place Wednesday the 19th, Eld. S.P. Copeland conducting the funeral service.
Deceased was a model neighbor and citizen, a loving husband, and kind and indulgent father, and a consistent member of the Christian church in which his character was so developed that his life was, as it were, a shining light to those around him.
Deceased was born January 4, 1836 and died April 18, 1905 at the age of 69 years, 3 months and 15 days.
Deceased is survived by a wife, 10 sons and 3 daughters as follows: Buena V., wife, sons; Dr. W.R. Haynie, Charles Haynie, Ruben T. Haynie, Albert Haynie, Melvin E. Haynie, Andrew Haynie, Henry D. Haynie, Mark D. Haynie, Webb Haynie, Clarence Haynie, daughters: Mary B., Buena V. and Lena.
In the death of this good man the family and community sustains an irreparable loss and "The Herald" joins the many friends of the family in extending sympathy in their bereavement.
The Corinth Herald
April 27, 1905