The Pulaski Citizen 19 Apr 1900
Frank M. Davis died at his home on North First Street Sunday at 5 p. m. of pneumonia, in his 64th year, after an illness of only a few days, though he had been feeling well for some time.
Mr. Davis came to Pulaski ten or twelve years ago from Marshall county where he was at one time trustee. He was engaged in the family grocery business here most of the time, and was so engaged at the time of his death.
He was a jolly good hearted man, and had many good friends, especially among the Ex-confederate soldiers of whom he was one. He was a member of Capt. C. G. Tuckerís company in the 32nd Tenn., Inft., and his record as a soldier was one to be proud of as is evidenced by the fact that he lost a leg at the battle of Chickamauga, and was also wounded in the back.
Religious services were held at the grave at Maplewood at 10 a. m. Tuesday by Rev. W. J. Cherry, where the burial, which was largely attended by the old comrades-in-arms of the deceased. The Citizens extends sympathy to the bereaved.
Submitted by Sue Davis