Conecuh County, AL, Evergreen Courant, 16th Feb. 1939 Obituary for:
"Mrs. James N. Northcutt (nee Miss Sarah Tom Morris), 77, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. B.Northcutt Friday following an illness of several months duration.
Mrs. Northcutt, who was Miss Sarah Tom Morris, was born in Monroe County, near Burnt Corn, and made her home in that county until 1901 when she moved to Conecuh. She was married in 1859 to James Nelson Northcutt, and last December 12th, they celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary. To this union were born ten children, Mrs. Northcutt's death being the first to occur in this family during these sixty years. She was a faithful member of the Methodist Church. She was beloved by all who knew her and her death brought sorrow to many.
Funeral services were held at Mrs. W. B. Northcutt's residence at 9:30 Sunday. Rev. W.F. Cann conducted the services assisted by Rev. Gerald King of Burnt Corn. Interment was made at Chappell Church, Rutland in charge. Five grandsons and a grandson-in-law were pall bearers; Enoch, Jr., and Chas. Northcutt, Henry Golson, Albert Lee Golson, Chas., and Clifford Feagin.
survivors include her husband, and the following children: Jim Northcutt, Evergreen, E.L. Northcutt, Bessemer, Mrs. L.P. Golson, Waynesboro, Miss., Mrs. W. B. Northcutt, Evergreen, Mrs. Berta Irwin, Gary, Ind., E.C. Northcutt, Evergreen, W.J. Northcutt, of Louisiana, C.W. Northcutt, Dallas, Tex., Foster Northcutt, Birmingham; three sisters: Mrs. Dees, brewton, Mrs. Faulkenberry, Tunnel Springs, and Mrs. Shirley, Peterman. She leaves 36 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren."