Crews Demolish Hayes Funeral Home Oldest African American Business In Memphis

6 hours ago This week, demolition crews began pulling down the stately home at 680 South Lauderdale that housed the T.H. Hayes Funeral Home, …

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5 hours ago Opening its doors in 1902, the T.H. Hayes Funeral Home was the oldest African American owned business in Memphis. The funeral home operated for generations at this location and the building remained at this …

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1 hours ago Jan 31, 2016 - This week, demolition crews began pulling down the stately home at 680 South Lauderdale that housed the T.H. Hayes Funeral Home, considered the oldest African-American-owned business in Memphis.France

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4 hours ago In July of 2011, T. H. Hayes Funeral Home was demolished despite efforts of conservationists to save it. The site is now a vacant lot. Also see . . . Crews Demolish Hayes Funeral HomeOldest African-American Business in Memphis. (Submitted on September 25, 2015, by Steve Masler of Memphis, Tennessee.)

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5 hours ago Thomas H. Hayes, T.C.D. Hayes, and Thomas Hayes Jr. No. 680 So. Lauderdale St., Memphis Phone: Walnut - 518 More info: - Crews Demolish Hayes Funeral Home - Oldest

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3 hours ago Aug 25, 2013 - Hayes & Sons, oldest Black-owned funeral home in Memphis. Aug 25, 2013 - Hayes & Sons, oldest Black-owned funeral home in Memphis. Pinterest. Today. Explore. When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

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4 hours ago Crews demolish 19th century home. News. Historic house falls to make way for updated, larger business. By Michael Johnson - [email protected] Work crews demolish the white painted brick house at 809 Second Avenue, known locally as the John Gee House, early Wednesday morning.

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6 hours ago City manager Michael Silverman said if it’s not up to code then it could come down, but not without fair warning.

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5 hours ago PHONE 63518 - Local or Long Distance Funeral Home of T.H. Hayes & Sons 680 So. Lauderdale St., Memphis, Tenn. 4997.29 More info: - Crews Demolish Hayes Funeral Home

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(216) 791-07703 hours ago Since 1905, E.F. Boyd & Son, Inc. has been the funeral home of choice for many families in Greater Cleveland area. local_florist. Always Available: Cleveland (216) 791-0770 Warrensville Heights (216) 831-7906. Push button for menu Push button for menu. Oldest African American Business & Funeral Home in Greater Cleveland. Operating with 3rd

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2 hours ago Hayes struggled with poor health in his later years. His death from a heart attack in 1982, at the age of 79, was cause for mourning throughout Memphis, particularly in the African-American community. After his sister-in-law died, the funeral home closed its doors and construction crews razed the 111-year-old house in 2011.

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Just Now A corporation was established in 1983, with the Hayes Funeral Home in Shelbina and the firm became known as Greening-Eagan-Hayes Funeral Home. Ralph’s oldest son Corey joined the family business in 1999. In 2003, Greening-Eagan-Hayes purchased Carney-Armstrong Funeral Home in Macon and Bevier. At this time Brian Hayes joined the firm. In 2005

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6 hours ago M.J. Edwards Funeral Home served the African American communities in Memphis for decades. M.J. Edwards Sr. opened the first of three Memphis-area locations in March 1980, along with two associates, the Rev. David Craft and his long-time companion, Evelyn Cooper. Initially he had one hearse, one limousine and one sedan.

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2 hours ago Crews are starting to tear down some homes inside the Big Thompson Canyon nearly eight months after devastating flooding damaged hundreds of …

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6 hours ago Thank you for trusting Thatcher’s Funeral Home with your funeral service needs. Your trust is important to us. We continue that belief today as the oldest African-American family-owned business in the state of Kansas. From founder to great-grandson, for over 100 years, Thatcher's has provided "homegoing" services that uniquely meet the

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2 hours ago COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Demolition crews started work Wednesday morning to tear down a building that partially collapsed this week while a firefighter was inside. Columbus’ Department of

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Who is the oldest funeral home in Memphis TN?

M.J. Edwards Funeral Home served the African American communities in Memphis for decades. M.J. Edwards Sr. opened the first of three Memphis-area locations in March 1980, along with two associates, the Rev. David Craft and his long-time companion, Evelyn Cooper.

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