February 27, 1885 – March 12, 1972
Pinkney Nelson Luttrell 87, former resident of Garland died on Sunday afternoon in Obion County Hospital in Union City after a short illness. Funeral services were held on Tuesday at 2 p.m. in Maley Funeral Home Inc. chapel with burial at Shiloh Cemetery. Mr. Luttrell leaves his widow, Mrs. Pearl Luttrell; three sons, Ermon Luttrell of Garland, Maurice Luttrell of Malden, Mo., and Robert Luttrell of Norfolk, Va.; two brothers, James Lafayette and Mack Luttrell of Garland; a sister Mrs. Laura Kelley of Garland; two grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
[Covington Leader, Covington, Tenn., March 16, 1972]
Family of Pinkney Nelson Luttrell
2x Great Paternal Grandfather: John Lewis Luttrell (1732-1790)
Paternal Great Grandfather: James Luttrell (1763-1840)
- James Luttrell (1814-1862)
- Sophia Prichart Luttrell (1820-1913)
- Sophia Elizabeth Luttrell Glass (1871-1941)
- Anna Eliza Luttrell Tracy (1873-1966)
- James Lafayette “Fate” Luttrell (1877-1974)
- Laura Ellen Luttrell Kelley (1879-1973)
- Silas Mack Luttrell (1882-1980)
- Terrell Lauderdale Luttrell (1887-1970)
Luttrell and Gwinn Collide
The cars of Messrs Pink Luttrell and W. E. Gwinn collided Friday in a narrow place in the public road near the house of the latter in the 3rd district. Both men were going at a lively clip at the time and both drivers thought there was enough room to pass.
Mr. Gwinn’s car was badly wrecked and was almost turned around in the road, but Mr. Luttrell’s car sustained a slight damage.
Misses Emma Delashmit and Pattie Ralph were in the car with Mr. Gwinn and Miss Robbie Merritt with Mr. Luttrell. Miss Delashmit sustained a badly sprained arm and while the others were considerably jarred up, none were injured, and all are naturally thankful that they escaped without further damage.
[The Covington Leader, Covington, Tenn., August 30, 1917, Pg 2]