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Willis Duke WeatherfordRace, Religion, and Reform in the American South$
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Andrew McNeill Canady

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780813168159

Published to Kentucky Scholarship Online: May 2017

DOI: 10.5810/kentucky/9780813168159.001.0001

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Willis Duke Weatherford

Andrew McNeill Canady

University Press of Kentucky

W. D. Weatherford’s long life came to an end February 21, 1970, in Berea, Kentucky.1 At the time he was living with his son (who by then had become the president of Berea) and his family. A memorial service was held near the college to honor Weatherford, and his funeral took place at the Methodist Church in Black Mountain, North Carolina. Afterward Weatherford was buried in a special plot alongside his wife Julia McRory (who had died in 1957) at the Blue Ridge Assembly. A massive boulder marks their graves, and the following was inscribed for Weatherford:...

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