We agreed if it got too close we would leave but we were seated at about 45 minutes, leaving us more than 30 minutes time.
Stop by for some great food and Hooters Hospitality.
Today, still on the sunny side of 60, the plump blond woman with her cheery smile tells graphically the story of how her husband was killed, and how Wallace Saunders composed the original air and words that later swept the country for years as the epic ballad of the railroader.
Jones's widow, Janie Brady Jones born October 29, 1866 , died on November 21, 1958, in Jackson at age 92.
She wore black nearly every day for the rest of her life.
For a while, the ballad was banned in Jackson, Tenn.
And he is not the only one.
A record fifteen enginemen rode 118 miles 190 km from Water Valley to pay their last respects.