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JIMMY "LITTLE JIMMY" DICKENS - DEED SIGNED 09/09/1966 CO-SIGNED BY: ERNESTINE DICKENS - HFSID 68151

The singer signs this deed along with his wife, Ernestine, to transfer ownership of land and property to Richard Dance Deed signed: "James C. Dickens" and "Ernestine Dickens", 4 pages, 8½x14, 1 sheet folded front and verso. Nashville, Tennessee, September 6, 1966.

Sale Price $396.00

Reg. $440.00

Condition: Fine condition
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JIMMY "LITTLE JIMMY" DICKENS, CO-SIGNED BY: ERNESTINE DICKENS
The singer signs this deed along with his wife, Ernestine, to transfer ownership of land and property to Richard Dance
Deed signed: "James C. Dickens" and "Ernestine Dickens", 4 pages, 8½x14, 1 sheet folded front and verso. Nashville, Tennessee, September 6, 1966. Dickens and his second wife signed this deed in order sell a piece of land in Davidson County, Tennessee to Richard Dance. They sold it to Dance for $13,300 to be paid in monthly installments of $250 and a final installment of $7,550. Jimmy Dickens (1920-2015), born James Cecil Dickens, was an American country music singer. He performed at the Grand Ole Opry since the 1940s and was known as much for his funny novelty songs and flamboyant, rhinestone-encrusted outfits as much for his short size - four feet 11 inches. The 13th child of a farmer, he began performing professionally while a student at the University of West Virginia in the late 1930s, singing on a local radio station. Originally known as Jimmy the Kid, he first appeared on the Grand Ole Opry in 1948 and became a permanent performer there in 1949, whenhe changed his nickname to Little Jimmy. He's released at least one hit every decade between the 1940s and 1970s, including "Take a Cold Tater and Wait" - his first single, released in 1949 - as well as "Out Behind the Barn" (1954), "The Violet and the Rose "(1962) and his biggest hit, "May the Bird of Paradise Fly Up Your Nose" (1965). He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1983. Ernestine Dickens was Jimmy Dickens' second wife. They were married in 1955 and had one child, daughter Pamela Jean. Ernestine was killed in a car accident in 1968. Toned. Corners rounded. Folds slightly worn. Stamps on front and verso. Otherwise, fine condition.

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