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Subject: [LAWINN-L] Dr. John Pugh obit., 1960, Winn Parish, LA.
Date: Sat, 26 Dec 1998 17:08:14 -0600
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Obituaries: Dr. John Pugh, 1970, Winn Parish, LA.
Submitted by Greggory E. Davies, 120 Ted Price Lane, Winnfield, LA 71483
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From: January 17, 1960 Winn Parish Enterprise News-American
Dr. John Pugh, Father of Mrs. S. Jackson, Dies
Dr. John Pugh, 89, prominent Cotton Valley physician, was killed December 30
when his auto was involved in a collision with a Webster Parish road machine
about five miles north of Cotton Valley. Dr. Pugh was the father of Mrs.
Shirley Jackson of Winnfield.
Dr. Pugh had practiced in Cotton Valley for 35 years. He was a member of the
Masons, charter member of the Cotton Valley Lions Club, American Medical
Association, Louisiana Medical Association, and the Webster Parish Medical
Association. He was also a Shriner and a member of the Cotton Valley
After being graduated from the University of Tennessee Medical School in 1903,
Dr. Pugh began his practice in Atlanta, La., during the operation of the
Germain-Boyd sawmill, where he remained until he moved to Cotton Valley.
Survivors are his widow; three daughters, Mrs. Shirley Jackson, Winnfield,
Mrs. Johnnie Daflin, Alexandria, and Mrs. Claude Crow, Cotton Valley; one son,
Byron Pugh, Baton Rouge; eight grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren and a
host of friends in Winn Parish.
Funeral services were held at Cotton Valley, December 31, with burial in the
Cotton Valley Cemetery.
Acting as pallbearers were Robert Warren Coyle, Shreveport, Dr. Justin Lowe,
Natchez, Miss., Tommy Holland, Baton Rouge, John Pugh, Baton Rouge, R. B.
Shaw, New Orleans, Dennis Shell and John Jackson, Winnfield, all grandsons,
and Odell Chandler, Marshall, Texas.
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