- [S73] Rawlings Funeral Home, Book 2, 12 Apr 1980.
Dott Lynwood McMahan obituary
- [S94] Sevier County, Tennessee Census, 364, 1880.
- [S77] Rawlings Funeral Home Records 1911-1995, Larry D. Fox, (Smoky Mountain Historical Society), 9 Jul 1937.
McMahan, Mrs Geo 66 Jul 9, 1937 Pigeon Forge
- [S71] Sevier County Republican Extracts, Beulah Linn, (http://www.sevierlibrary.org/genealogy/Newspapers/newspapers.htm), 14 Jul 1937.
Mrs. George W. McMahan, 66, of Pigeon Forge, died Friday July 9 and was buried Sunday July 11 at Pigeon Forge.
Surviving are her husband, one son, Dot, of Pigeon Forge, one daughter, Mrs. Paul Law, of Maryville, and three grandchildren; one sister, Mrs. A.T. Householder, Pigeon Forge; three brothers, J.L. Gobble of Cleveland, C.H. Gobble of Knoxville, and J. C. Gobble of Sevierville. Pallbearers were nephews: Hubert, Elmer, Emert, Lewis, and Raymond Gobble, and Henry Householder.
Mrs. George W. McMahan, age 66, of Pigeon; Forge, died Friday, July 9, 1937. Funeral services were held at the lPigeon Forge M.E. Church, conducted by Rev. W.E.O.Robeson, Rev. W.W. Bull (?), and Rev. Russell Huff.
Interment was in the church cemetery.
Survivors are the husband, George W. McMahan, one son, Dot, one daughter Mrs. Paul Law; one sister, Mrs. O.T, Householder, three brothers; J.L., C.H., and J.C. Gobble.
- [S34] In the Shadow of the Smokies, Smoky Mountain Historical Society, (1993), 335.