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101 The Orlando Sentinel - Wednesday, July 3, 1996

Deceased Name: EVA M. BAYNE

90, 140 Lansing Island Drive, Indian Harbour Beach, died Tuesday, July 2. Ms. Bayne was a homemaker. Born in Pembroke, Maine, she moved to Central Florida in 1982. She was Baptist. Survivors: sister, Arline White, Vinalhaven, Maine; brother, Sherman Bennett, Hendersonville, N.C.; nieces and nephews. Brownlie & Maxwell Funeral Home, Melbourne.

Edition: CENTRAL FLORIDA
Page: D4

 
Bennett, Eva Maude (I2001)
 
102 The Sandersville Progress, 17 Nov 1938:
C.G. Rawlings Dies Tuesday Night
Was Prosperous Citizen in Years of the Past
Charles G. Rawlings, died at his home in west Sandersville at 6 o'clock Tuesday night, aged 81 years.
Funeral services will be conducted from the residence on the Milledgeville road, Thursday morning at 10:30, with Rev. E. G. Orahood officiating.
In the early years of his life Mr. Rawslings was extensively interested in the sale of mules and farming, and was one of the most prosperous business men of this section. When the boll weevil first made its appearance in Washington county, he lost heavily, as he was operating six hundred plows in this and Johnson county, which proved disastrous to his financial affairs, from which he never recovered.
Mr. Rawlings was a son of the late Fred C. Rawlings and Susan Tarbutton Rawlings, pioneer citizens of Washington county, both of whom lived to advanced age. He was a brother of the late Dr. William Rawlings, one of Georgia's most famous surgeons, who established the Rawlings Sanitatium here about forty years ago, and Judge Benjamin T. Rawlings who served in the state legislature, as mayor of Sandersville, Solicitor-General of the Middle Circuit, and also judge of this circuit.
Although advanced in years Mr. Rawlings was always cheerful in his disposition and wanted again to be in charge of business activities.
He is survived by three daughters: Mrs. Robert Houston of Monroe, N.C., Mrs. Arthur Wray of Atlanta, and Mrs. Daniel Smith of Griffin; one son, Willie Fred Rawlings of Macon; and several grandchildren, nieces, nephews and other relatives.

 
Rawlings, Charles Graves (I297500)
 
103 The Sandersville Progress, 21 Mar 1974:
ROBERT FREEMAN
Funeral services for Robert F. Freeman, Sr., 85, who died Tuesday, March 12 in Memorial Hospital of Washington County were held Thursday, March 14 in the chapel of Mayo Funeral Home. Burial was in the old city cemetery in Sandersville.

A native of Preston, Ga., Mr. Freeman lived in Los Angeles, Calif., until 1958. A 1910 graduate of the University of Georgia, he became a high school principal and later practiced law in Atlanta. He enlisted during World War I an served as a major in the U.S. Army. He became an executive with the Title Insurance and Trust Company in Los Angeles. After his retirement he moved to Sandersville where he was a member of the Sandersville Methodist Church, the Sandersville Lions Club and the Masonic Marshall Lodge no. 188 in Preston. He was married to the late Mary Tarbutton Freeman. He was the son of the late John Robert Freeman and Mrs. Maggie Elizabeth Stapleton Freeman.

Survivors include a son, Robert F. Freeman Jr., Escondido, Calif.; a brother J. Otis Freeman, of Atlanta; six grandsons; several nieces, nephews and many friends.
Pallbearers were James Mathis, H. Wade Prescott, Lewis West, Richard Irwin, Wayne Wommack Sr., Welborn Dukes, Clifford Bell, Walt McMillan.

Honorary pallbearers were Thomas Cook Wylly, Ralph Roughton, Julian Evans, Mel Tanner, Buddy (N.M. Jordan Jr.) The Men's Bible Class of the Sandersville Methodist Church, and groups of Nurses from Memorial Hospital of Washington County and the annex.

Mayo Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

 
Freeman, Robert Franklin (I303436)
 
104 The South County Spotlight
Columbia County, Oregon
Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Ann P. (Kucera) Covel

Ann P. (Kucera) Covel of Scappoose died Oct. 23, 2009. She was 92.

Anna Patricia Drapal was born May 20, 1917, on the family farm near Nelson, Neb., to Jan and Ludmila Drapal. She was the third of five children.

After graduating from high school with a teaching certificate, she taught school for two years.

During that time she met her husband, Louie Joseph Kucera. The couple married in 1940 after she moved to Oregon, and raised five children.

A stay at home mom, she grew and canned fruits and vegetables, cooked, cleaned, weeded, and raised chickens.

Devoted to the Catholic Church, she was active in the Altar Society, and taught religious classes to children.

After her husband's death in 1967, she worked as a nurse's aid to help support her family.

In 1971, she met and married her second husband, Harold Floyd Covel. The couple enjoyed dancing, playing cards, and being part of an extended family.

Following Harold's death in 1981, she was involved in quilting, and volunteering at the Scappoose Senior Center Thrift Store.

Most importantly, she was a loving mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, who unconditionally cared for and supported her family throughout all these years.

She is survived by her children, Roger Louis Kucera, Ronald Frank Kucera, Gerald James Kucera, Thomas Ray Kucera, and Debra Ann Braun; grandchildren, Michelle Potter, James Kucera, Dena Smith, Sandra Freemon, Kristen Vedder, Amy Hugo, Michael Kucera, Timothy Braun, Tracey Allred, Dustin Kucera, Rachel Braun, and Laura Braun; 13 great-grandchildren; and siblings, Erma Kimminau Kirchen, and Sr. Germaine Drapal, both of Nebraska.

Rosary service and funeral mass were held Oct. 26 at St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church in Scappoose.

Interment was at Columbia Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Scappoose. 
Drapal, Anna Patricia (I298549)
 
105 The State
Columbia, SC
March 25, 2004
WHITE ROCK - Memorial services for Natalie Stewart Martin, 96, of the Lowman Home, will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at St. Mary's Episcopal Church. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Mary's Episcopal Church Building Fund. Dunbar Funeral Home, Dutch Fork Chapel, is assisting the family.
Mrs. Martin, wife of the late George N. Martin, Jr., died Wednesday, March 24, 2004. Born in Middleburg, Fla., she was a daughter of the late George P. and Augusta Long Stewart. She was a member of St. Mary's Episcopal Church, and a previous member of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Jacksonville, Fla.
Surviving are her son and daughter-in-law, George N. Martin, III and Patricia B. Martin of Columbia; and three grandchildren, Ann M. Whitehurst of Raleigh, N.C., G. Stewart Martin of Columbia, and Capt. J. Edgar Martin, USAF of Moody AFB, Valdosta, Ga. She was predeceased by sisters, Pauline S. Mann and Lucille S. Glass. 
Stewart, Natalie G. (I7638)
 
106 The Valdosta Daily Times

Donald Glen (Donnie) Foster, 50, of Lake Park died Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013 at Langdale Hospice House. He was born on Oct. 2, 1962 in Indianapolis, Ind. and had lived in this area since 1975. Mr. Foster attended Pine Grove Community Church and was employed with Winnersville Elite. He enjoyed fishing, hunting and enjoyed time with his children.

Survivors include his three children, Daphnie Foster, Shelby Foster and Donald Foster, Jr., the mother of his children, Michelle Shifflett, his parents, Jerry and Margaret Foster of Lake Park, brother and sister in law, Jerry, Jr. and Jodi Foster of Vidalia, his sister, Robin Foster of Birmingham, Ala., a special friend, Valerie Corbin of Valdosta, numerous nieces, nephews and many friends.

A visitation for Mr. Foster will be held on Monday, Feb. 18, 2013 from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Carson McLane Funeral Home, 2215 N. Patterson St., Valdosta, GA 31602. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to the Donald (Donnie) Foster Trust Fund, c/o Commercial Banking Company, Attn; Pam Yeager, 3462 N. Valdosta Road, Valdosta, GA 31602. Condolences to the family may be conveyed online at www.mclanecares.com. ? Carson McLane Funeral home

 
Foster, Donald Glen (I304074)
 
107 The Waycross Herald, September 24, 1892: "Miss Clara Cushing and Mr. Leon Roddenberry were married at Folkston last Tuesday, Rev. M. C. Austin officiating. The Herald joing the many friends of the happy young couple in wishing them a long life of usefulness and prosperity."

 
Family F137723
 
108 Times Picayune 03-20-1990
Raymond Kencie Jenkins, A retired pipe welder, died Sunday in an accidental drowning near Covington. He was 46. Mr. Jenkins was a lifelong resident of Covington. He was a member of AFL-CIO Local 60 and Talley's Chapel in Sun. Survivors include his wife, Vickie Montgomery Jenkins of Covington; two sons, Brent Ray Jenkins of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Raymond Jenkins, Jr. of Belle Chasse; two daughters, Lisa Marie Jenkins and Ramona Lynn Jenkins, both of Covington; eight brothers, Doyle, Showalter, Wylie, Adrian, Reuble and Wilson Jenkins, all of Covington, the Rev. Thomas Jenkins of Culpepper, Va., and Hansel Jenkins of Enon, La.; five sisters, Irma Jenkins of Covington, Aline Jenkins of Bolivar, La., Pearlie Jenkins of Covington, Vernie Hunt of Covington and Joy Neal of Dotham, Ala.; eight stepbrothers, Charlie, Floyd, Shelby, Ray, J.B. and Clyde Jenkins, all of Covington, Joe Jenkins of California, and John Jenkins of Beaumont, Texas; and four stepsisters, Evelyn Pretrie of California, Ella Mae Johnson of Mississippi, Avie Riles of Mount Herman, La., and Ocile Frileaux of Covington. Funeral Services will be held Wednesday at 2 P.M. at Shepherd's Fold Church Of God on Lee Road in Folsom. Burial will be in Barker-Mcmanus Cemetery in Folsom. Times Picayune 03-20-1990 
Jenkins, Raymond Kenzie (I295687)
 
109 Times Picayune 01-29-2004
Robert Wylie Jenkins, A native and life long resident of Covington, La. died on Tuesday, January 27, 2004 at the age of 65. Mr. Jenkins was the husband of Ernestine Cox Jenkins; and the father of Robbie Jenkins, Ricky Jenkins and Scott Jenkins. Mr. Jenkins is survived by 11 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. He is also survived by 5 brothers, 5 sisters and 12 step-brothers and step-sisters. Mr. Jenkins was preceded in death by his father, Charlie Jenkins and his mother, Gertrude Rogers Jenkins and step-father Jessie Jenkins and 3 brothers. Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral services on Friday, January 30, 2004 at 10:00 am from the Chapel of E.J. Fielding Funeral Home, Inc., 2260 W. 21st Ave., Covington, La. 70433. Interment in Barker-Mcmanus Cemetery. Visitation on Thursday, January 29, 2004 from 6:00 pm until 10:00 pm and again on Friday from 9:00 am until service time. Times Picayune 01-29-2004 
Jenkins, Robert Wylie (I295690)
 
110 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I295855)
 
111 Times Picayune 22 Dec 1998
Doyle Ronnie Jenkins Sr., A retired welder For Equitable Equipment Co. in Madisonville, died Sunday of cancer at Lake View Regional Medical Center. He was 52. Mr. Jenkins was born in Blond and lived in Covington. Survivors include his wife, Rita Barringer Jenkins; a son, Doyle R. Jenkins Jr.; two daughters, Raynelda J. Glaze and Renee J. Sampson; seven brothers, Adrian, Hancel, Reuble, Showalter, Tom, Wilson and Wylie Jenkins; five sisters, Vernie Hunt, Joy Neal, and Aline, Irma and Pearlie Jenkins; seven stepbrothers, Charlie, Clyde, Floyd, J.B., John, Ray and Shelby Jenkins; four stepsisters, Ella Mae Johnson, Oscelea Frileaux, Avee Ryles And Evelyn Petree; and two grandchildren. A funeral will be held today at 11 A.M. at Shepherd's Fold Church of God, 79236 Lee Road near Covington. Visitation will begin at 10 A.M. Burial will be in Barker-Mcmanus Cemetery. E.J. Fielding Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 12-22-1998 Times Picayune 
Jenkins, Doyle Ronnie (I295688)
 
112 Today's Sunbeam, March 20, 2007 edition:
Michael C. Gentile, 88, died Friday morning March 17, 2007 at the New Jersey Veterans Home in Vineland following a long illness, surrounded by his family.

Born Feb. 28, 1919 in Philadelphia, Pa., he was the son of the late Giacomo Gentile and the late Carmella Gentile (nee DeLonzio). He was predeceased in death by his wife, Elizabeth W. Gentile (nee West), they were married for 39 years.

His survivors include five children ,(3 sons; 2 daughters), nine grand children, 9 great grandchildren, and 1 brother. He was predeceased in death by one sister, Clementine and three brothers, Larry, Albert, and Anthony.

 
Gentile, Michael Coradino (I299866)
 
113 U.S. World War II Army Enlistment Records
Name: Edward L Fuselier
Birth Year: 1915
Race: White, citizen (White)
Nativity State or Country: Louisiana
State of Residence: Louisiana
County or City: Orleans

Enlistment Date: 15 Jul 1942
Enlistment State: Louisiana
Enlistment City: New Orleans
Branch: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Branch Code: Branch Immaterial - Warrant Officers, USA
Grade: Private
Grade Code: Private
Term of Enlistment: Enlistment for the duration of the War or other emergency, plus six months, subject to the discretion of the President or otherwise according to law
Component: Selectees (Enlisted Men)
Source: Civil Life

Education: 3 years of high school
Civil Occupation: Architects
Marital Status: Married
Height: 66
Weight: 117 
Fuselier, Edward L. (I295872)
 
114 Cotton to Kaolin, A History of Washington County, Georgia 1784-1989:

After graduation from Sandersville High School, Benjamin James Tarbutton attended Emory College at Oxford. On 28 Nov 1928 he married Rosa Moore McMaster of Waynesboro, and they had two sons, Benjamin James, Jr., and Hugh McMaster Tarbutton.

In 1916 the owners of the railroad connecting Sandersville to Tennille, which had fallen on hard times, offered Tarbutton the option to buy the line if he could operate it successfully. Accepting the challenge, by 1922 he was the railroad's new owner and president.

The next challenge was to obtain revenue-producing freight for the railroad to haul. Champion Papers became the first clay plant to locate in Washington County, due in part to Mr. Tarbutton's close relationship with Clark Marion. Mr. Tarbutton was also instrumental in locating Cypress, Burgess, Thiele, Anglo and American Industrial Clay plants here. He was referred to as a pioneer in bringing the kaolin industry to Georgia.

Ben Tarbutton served as mayor of Sandersville (1947-51), a Georgia senator (1947-48), a member of the Georgia House of Representatives (1949-54), a delegate to the National Democratic Convention (1952,1956), a member of the Jekyll Island Authority, and a director of the Savannah and Georgia Chambers of Commerce, the Citizens and Southern National Bank, the American Shortline Railroad Association, and the Gulf Life Insurance Company. He was active in the Methodist church and was a member of the committee which founded Epworth-by-the-Sea.

He was president of the Central of Georgia Railway Company (1951-54), the Central Motor Transport Company and the Ocean Steamship Company of Savannah.
His willingness to work hard, his instinct for sound business practices, and his love for Georgia, Washington County, and Sandersville were evident all of his life.

Mr. Tarbutton was a member of Phi Delta Theta and the Free and Accepted Order of Masons, belonging to the Al Sihah Shrine of Macon, the Traffic Club of New York City, the Capital City Club of Atlanta, the Oglethorpe Club of Savannah, the Saint Andrews Society, and the Society of Colonial Wars.

 
Tarbutton, Benjamin James (I297498)
 
115 A beggar Eadburh (I3550)
 
116 A descendent of John Perkins who arrived in Massachusetts in 1630, Colonel Donald R. Perkins was born on April 15, 1927 in Peabody, Massachusetts, the son of Alfred Manchester Perkins and Ruth Antoinette Arth Perkins. He grew up in Las Cruces, New Mexico, graduated from Las Cruces Union High School and was drafted into the Army in 1945. He served as a non-commissioned officer in grades up to First Sergeant and then completed Third Army Officer Candidate School in Seckenheim, Germany, in 1947. He served as a Second Lieutenant in the Fifth Field Artillery until leaving active service at the end of 1947. In 1950, while attending New Mexico State University, he was recalled to active duty for service in the Korean War. In 1955 he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in History.

Until 1960 he served in various National Guard assignments in New Mexico and Wisconsin. In 1961, Col. Perkins returned to active duty with the 32nd Infantry Division Artillery during the Berlin buildup. On graduation from the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College in 1962, he reported to the National Guard Bureau, Departments of the Army and Air Force, in the Pentagon where he served as a staff officer. Later, he was transferred to the Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff for Military Operations as a Guard Bureau advisor to that office. In 1971, he was promoted to Colonel and assigned as the National Guard Advisor to the Commanding General, United States Continental Army Command, Fort Monroe, Virginia. He retired from active service in 1975. As a civilian, he served as Army Activities Director at the National Guard Association of the U.S. in Washington, DC, from which position he retired in 1987. He was later employed as a defense consultant to BMY Corp. and as librarian and archivist for the National Guard Association.

While in the service, Col. Perkins attended the Advanced Field Artillery course, the General Staff College, and the US Army War College. Col. Perkins received the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, National Defense Service Medal, WWII Victory Medal, Korean Service Medal with 3 Bronze Service Stars, and the Department of the Army General Staff Badge, among other awards. He was inducted into the Officer Candidate School Hall of Fame at Ft. Benning, Georgia, in 1981.

Col. Perkins was a long-time member of the Episcopal Church of the Ascension and St. Agnes in Washington, DC. As an accomplished long-distance runner, he ran in the Boston and New York City marathons. He was also an avid student of military history, speaking on the subject at many events in Washington, DC and New Mexico. His articles on military history have appeared in various publications.

Colonel Perkins is the father of four children: Karen Elizabeth Perkins Willis, Frank Sutherland Perkins III, Cynthia Oleta Perkins, and Kathryn Sue Perkins Holguin. He died on May 30, 2004, in Las Cruces, NM, and is buried at Arlington National Cemetery. 
Perkins, Donald Roderick (I299688)
 
117 A funeral Mass for Marjorie H. "Betty" Oldham Brink, 82, Logansport, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday in All Saints Catholic Church.

She died at 12:10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 25, 2007, in Logansport Memorial Hospital.

Born March 31, 1924, in Logansport, she was the daughter of Frank C. and Elizabeth Lesher Rist. She was married in 1942 to Charles Owen Oldham, who preceded in death April 8, 1987. She was married May 10, 1997, to Carl Brink, who survives in Florence, Colo.

A 1941 graduate of Logansport High School, Betty also attended Indiana University and was a former member of Sigma Phi Gamma social sorority.

Betty retired in 1988 as an accountant at RBM Manufacturing, later Essex Corporation.

She was very active in reunion committees and planned the 50th class reunion.

She was a member of All Saints Catholic Church and All Saints Ladies Society. In earlier years, she was a member of the parish council and wrote the parish newsletter.

She also was active for several years in the 1980s in the Heritage Preservation Gala.

Betty enjoyed summer activities on the water at Lake Maxinkuckee and taking her grandchildren on trips. She also enjoyed the retirement years she spent in Naples, Fla.

Also surviving are one daughter and son-in-law, Connie L. and Donald Wiese, Lafayette; one son, Timothy A. Oldham, Logansport; five grandchildren, David Wiese, Wiesbaden, Germany, Jodie Oldham, Logansport, Jon Christopher Oldham, Lafayette, Nicholas Oldham, Gainesville, Fla., and Tim A. Oldham Jr., Indianapolis; one stepgranddaughter, Aimee Hall Schauer, Florida; two great-grandchildren, Atlee Roland and Gavin Oldham; and a number of nieces and nephews.
One son, Jon Oldham, and brothers, Raymond Rist, Walter Rist and Donald Rist, preceded in death.

Father Michael McKinney will officiate at the services. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery.

Friends may call from 3 to 8 p.m. Sunday in Kroeger Funeral Home, where a Scripture service will be held at 4 p.m.

Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.kroegerfuneralhome.com

Pharos-Tribune
Published on January 26, 2007

 
Rist, Marjorie Helen Elizabeth (I306336)
 
118 A Guide to the Surget Family Papers at the University of Texas

Descriptive Summary
Creator Surget Family
Title Surget Family Papers,
Dates: 1790-1869, n.d.
Abstract: The Surget family arrived in the Old Southwest in the mid-1780's when Pierre Surget acquired a Spanish land grant of 2500 acres southeast of Natchez, Mississippi. The Surgets acquired large tracts of land in Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas and were involved in a variety of economic activities. The Surget Family Papers represent the business and home life activities of the Surget Family from 1790 to 1869 consisting primarily of written receipts, deeds and correspondence. Francis Jr. and Eustace Surget, the sons of Captain Francis Surget, were the creators of the majority of the papers.
Quantity: 4 ft.
Identification: 98-241
Repository: University of Texas at Austin. Center for American History.

Biographical Note
The Surget family arrived in the Old Southwest in the mid-1780's when Pierre Surget acquired a Spanish land grant of 2500 acres southeast of Natchez, Mississippi. Pierre Surget was born in Rochelle, France and worked as a ship captain in the West Indies, first moving his family to Louisiana and then settling permanently in Mississippi. He and his wife Catherine had eleven children, nine of whom survived into adulthood. Many became prominent citizens and landholders in the Natchez including Francis (Captain Francis or Frank), James and Jane S. White.

The Surgets acquired large tracts of land in Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas and were involved in a variety of economic activities. Some land holdings were left undeveloped and held for speculation, while they created extremely profitable cotton plantations that were worked by hundreds of slaves with other pieces of land. They sold their cotton through agents in New Orleans and Liverpool, England. They borrowed from and loaned money to large landowning families in the area, and maintained bank accounts in New Orleans and New York.

Throughout the antebellum period the family grew and intermarried among other well-established families in the region. Various Surgets married into the Hampton-White, Minor, Linton, and Dunbar families. Captain Francis Surget's friends and contemporaries included Stephen Duncan, John Ker, William Minor and Thomas Butler. Their sphere of social activity was not limited to the old Southwest, but included the Northeast and Europe where they frequently traveled.

Captain Francis Surget had three sons: Lenox, Francis Jr. and Eustace. Francis Jr. and Eustace appear to have worked closely together, with Eustace acting as a land manager and eventually as executor of Francis Jr.'s estate when he passed away in 1866. Francis Jr. resided in Natchez during the Civil War; after Natchez was captured by the Union in 1863, his home Clifton became a residence for a Union officer and later was razed to the ground to create space for a Union fortress on the Mississippi. Eustace joined the Confederate Army serving as a colonel and an adjutant general. When he returned to Natchez after the war he sold off or leased the family plantations and consolidated finances. Eustace relocated himself and various in-laws of Francis Jr.'s, the Lintons, to Bordeaux, France. Other branches of the Surget family, most prominently the children of James Surget (James Surget Jr. and Kate S. Minor) remained in the Natchez area.


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Scope and Contents
The Surget Family Papers (four linear feet) represent the business and home life activities of the Surget Family from 1790 to 1869 consisting primarily of written receipts, deeds and correspondence. Francis Jr. and Eustace Surget, the sons of Captain Francis Surget, were the creators of the majority of the papers.

Receipts from the plantation business show purchases of seeds, plants and equipment. The Surgets also employed overseers to manage various plantations. One of the most important items in the collection is a day book kept by various overseers from the Palestine (later renamed Morville) plantation recording the weather and crop conditions from 1854 to 1857. Doctors receipts for visits to the Surget family and the slaves are found as well as receipts from contractors for work on the plantation and for the household.

To run their plantations on such a large scale, the Surgets were slave holders. Numerous receipts are present providing the names and prices paid for slaves as well as tax receipts for slaves owned. Censuses of slaves including some first and second names, as well as their ages and monetary values are found in the plantation series of the archives. Two receipts document that the Surgets were charged by officials for holding slaves that had run away and who were later caught. A military order found in the printed materials series provides outlines for treatment of former slaves after their emancipation at the end of the civil war.

The series on the Surget's household provides a look into the purchases and interests of wealthy plantation owners. The Surgets were well educated and subscribed to several magazines and newspapers with titles such as The Daily Courier and Concordia Intelligencer as documented by subscription receipts. Food stuffs and clothing are common receipts found within the household series. The Surgets also traveled to New York as well as New Orleans. Mrs. Surget bought clothing from New Orleans and France.

The Surgets borrowed and lent large amounts of money to friends and neighbors in the Natchez area. There are numerous ledgers and documents present that the Surgets used to keep track of who owed money and how much. Correspondence before and after the Civil War documents how individuals paid back loans and difficulties with loan arrangements. Frequently goods such as cotton were exchanged against money owed. The complexity of this network of financial dealings is further reflected through the papers involving the estates of members of the family. The Surget family papers record the settling of various estates including the estate of John Linton who died in the mid 1830's, the husband of Anne Marie Linton (mother of Charlotte Linton who married Francis Jr.). Records of land sales and purchases are also common as are letters from individuals offering above market value prices for various tracts of land. There are also numerous plats from surveyors. Receipts from the taxes the Surgets payed on their land as well as on household luxury items such as pianos, watches and carriages are present.

Aside from written material this collection also includes two photographic glass plate negatives, engraved copper plates for business cards, and a leather wallet. Official documents such as deeds are found on paper and vellum, and examples and fragments survive in English, French and Spanish. Eclectic printed material include newspapers, an Emigrant's Guide to Minnesota, portions of a book on horse breeding, and wine lists.
 
Surget, Francis (I0365)
 
119 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I300534)
 
120 A RESOLUTION
No.

WHEREAS, Columbus attorney James E. Humes II died on January 8, 2007;

WHEREAS, as a partner at the law firm of Hatcher, Stubbs, Land Hollis and Rothschild, he served for many years as attorney for the Muscogee County School District and the Columbus Water Works;

WHEREAS, he was born in Louisville, Kentucky on March 7, 1945, graduated from Columbus High School in 1963, received a BBA degree in 1967 from the University of Georgia (Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Alpha Epsilon), received his J.D. degree, cum laude, from the University of Georgia Lumpkin School of Law in 1970 and remained a loyal Bulldog for the rest of his life;

WHEREAS, he served as a 1st Lieutenant in the U.S. Army and then practiced law at Hatcher, Stubbs for 35 years;

WHEREAS, he was a member of the American Bar Association, State Bar of Georgia, Columbus Bar Association, Downtown Rotary Club, and a lifelong member of St. Paul United Methodist Church;

WHEREAS, he is survived by his wife of 39 years, Carol Cannon Humes; two daughters, Amy Humes Norris and her husband, Charlton Norris of Columbus; Sarah Cannon Humes Andre and her husband, John Andre of Atlanta; one grandson, James Paul Ferguson III of Columbus; a brother, John Wilson Humes, Jr. and his wife Susan Humes; and one niece, Frances Humes of Jacksonville, FL.; his stepmother, Mary Alice McDonald Humes; his aunt and uncle, Dr. and Mrs. Augustus B. Dudley, Jr.; his uncle, Bethell Edrington, Jr., and several cousins.

NOW, THEREFORE, THE COUNCIL OF COLUMBUS, GEORGIA HEREBY RESOLVES:

We hereby express our sincere condolences and deepest sympathy to the family of Mr. James E. Humes II. His service to his country and the Columbus community will long be remembered. Let a copy of this resolution be forwarded to the family of Mr. James E. Humes.

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Introduced at a regular meeting of the Council of Columbus, Georgia held on the 6th day of February, 2007 and adopted at said meeting by the affirmative vote of ten members of Council.


Councilor Allen voting ___________________.
Councilor Anthony voting__________________.
Councilor Baker voting____________________.
Councilor Barnes voting___________________.
Councilor Davis voting____________________.
Councilor Henderson voting________________.
Councilor Hunter voting___________________.
Councilor McDaniel voting_________________.
Councilor Pugh voting_____________________.
Councilor Woodson voting__________________.


______________________________ ______________________________
TINY B. WASHINGTON JIM WETHERINGTON
CLERK MAYOR

 
Humes, James Edward II (I0508)
 
121 A son of Herman Larson and Violet Whitaker, Mr. Larson served abroad 1944-1946 with the US Navy during the Second World War, aboard medical ships USS LST-505 and USS LST-907.

He and his wife were very active in the Mount Union community and generously supported all Kiwanis activities.

He is survived by three stepdaughters and their children; 11 great-grandchildren; four children from his first marriage (Aileen). He was predeceased by his wife, Janet Louise Hahn (1926-2010); son Alan Richard Larson from his first marriage.

May he rest in eternal peace.

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Full obit published 16 Aug 2016, THE DAILY NEWS, Huntingdon, PA

 
Larson, Jack Earl (I7545)
 
122 According to the 1910 Federal Census, the 1930 Federal Census, and the 1935 Florida Census, Laura Martin was a nurse. In 1930, Laura and her son, Lawrence, lived about five blocks away from Jackson Memorial Hospital. Suydam, Laura Viola (I1335)
 
123 According to the 1920 Federal Census:
Harry Koppenol was an engineer on a ship.
 
Koppenol, Harry Jacobs (Arij Jacobus) (I0072)
 
124 According to the 1930 Federal Census:
Harry Koppenol was born in Holland, also spoke Dutch, came to the US in 1905 and was the captain of a dredge boat.
 
Koppenol, Harry Jacobs (Arij Jacobus) (I0072)
 
125 ADALINE BOOTS BOHMER

ADALINE BOOTS BOHMER Was born in Lexington, Kentucky on August 19, 1922 and resided in West Palm Beach for the past five years.

At the age of 16, she won a national singing contest for a full-blown operatic contralto voice that was rated superior. She attended the University of Kentucky and was a featured singer on a weekly radio show produced by the university and later was a member of the Philharmonic Choir in Lexington. She appeared in numerous plays, operas, and was a paid soloist for the Highland Park Presbyterian Church in Dallas, TX for twelve years. Her credo for life was found in two of her favorite songs: the first, "Climb Every Mountain," and second, "I Did It My Way." She had so many achievements, too many to list, but nothing compared to being a great mom. Adaline was a world traveler and a world class hostess. She was the family patriarch and often referred to as the queen; but truly was the last of the southern belles. She always had the most positive outlook and dreamed the biggest dreams. There are no words that can express how much she was loved. She was our light through our storms.

She is survived by her husband of 32 years, Charles Bohmer; a brother, Harold D. Boots of Dallas, TX; a sister, JoAnn Hooten of Ft. Worth, TX; and three of five children: her eldest son, Charles P. Moore of West Palm Beach, FL, a daughter, Mary M. Soniat of New Orleans, LA , and son, John B. Bohmer of West Palm Beach. Her children gave her eight grandchildren, named: Christina, Vanessa, Taryn, Regan, John, Jr., Tonja, Myko, and Jean-Claude. Her grandchildren gave her five great-grandchildren, named: Alexis, Candice, Jordan, Kiersten, and Calvin.

She will be so very missed by all of her friends and others she met throughout her life's journey. A Memorial Service will take place at the Del Lago Funeral Home Chapel, Lake Worth, FL at 10:00 AM on Saturday, November 9, 2002.

Published in The Palm Beach Post on Nov. 9, 2002

 
Boots, Mae Adaline (I307977)
 
126 Additions by Carl Albert Martin and George Noble Martin, III Source (S41065)
 
127 Adopted

 
Badon, Joseph (I308576)
 
128 Adopted Francois, Sophia (I307206)
 
129 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7213)
 
130 Adopted by Cord Henry Gathman Philipbar (Gathman), Craig Argyle (I6867)
 
131 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I296470)
 
132 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I295473)
 
133 Adopted by Samuel Bayne Family at about age 10 Townes, Daniel Richard (I296287)
 
134 Adopted by the Maguglin/Armstrong family.

 
Primm, Paul (I304365)
 
135 AFN: 1Q1D-WQH Underhill, Louisa (I6337)
 
136 AFN: 1Q1D-WQH Mumford, John J. (I6539)
 
137 Age 45, died Saturday in NJ; born in Hell's Kitchen, NY; dropped out of school in ninth grade; served briefly in the USN; married and divorced twice (Dianne and Lynn); self-employed as a house painter (Pearsall Painting and Decorating) in NY, NJ, and FL; fathered 2 sons (Erik and Kevin) in his second marriage; married a third time (1991), and died within 15 years of contracting HIV.

Bobby was an amazing man - in that he relished the "good" things in life; aspired to experience and enjoy all that money could buy! His association with a woman (Chris Evans) between his second and third marriages, afforded him with opportunities to pursue the world of drugs - which included heroine - to which he became addicted, later going thru rehab with methadone, relapsing to that one final injection from which he contracted HIV.

He predeceased his parents, Andrew and Dorothy Pearsall, of Hasbrouck Heights, N.J. He shares the same grave with his sister Joan, with whom he admittedly fought over, but shared drugs with, and who died from a drug overdose in 1979.

 
Pearsall, Robert Andrew (I304686)
 
138 Age 77; CA native; US Navy veteran; distinguished oral surgeon, retired from practices in Oakland and San Diego.

Predeceased by parents, and first wife Nancy Jean Moore.

Survived by daughter Sandi, sister Betty, grandson JJ Holter, and ex-second wife.

 
Roffinella, Dr John Phillip (I304687)
 
139 Age 83, of Mahwah NJ, born in Poland, died Thursday; immigrated to the US in 1955, with his wife Helen, step-son Richard, son Alfred, daughter Liliane; bought a home in Mahwah NJ where youngest son and last child Stanley Jr was born, and there they raised their children; a talented machinist, by trade.

Predeceased by only daughter, Marie Liliane Dunado and a grandson (by son Alfred).

Survived by wife Helen, two sons, a step son, and many grandchildren, and great grands.

 
Smyla, Stanislaw (I304694)
 
140 Age 86, of Mahwah NJ, died Thursday; immigrant to the US in 1955 with second husband Stanley, sons Richard (by Helen's first husband), and Alfred, and only daughter Liliane; bought a two bedroom home in Mahwah NJ where Stanley Jr was born, and there they raised their four children; Helen was a homemaker, and supplemented the family finances by laboring as a valued, trustworthy, and greatly appreciated domestic worker; Jehovah's Witness in faith.

Predeceased by husband "Stosh" (Stanley Sr), only daughter Marie Liliane Dunado, and a grandson (by son Alfred and his second wife, Sandy).

Survived by three sons: Richard, Alfred, Stanley Jr, many grandchildren, and great grands.

 
Zukowska, Helen (I304695)
 
141 Agnes L. Pacetti, 82, of St Augustine, died Feb. 23, 2004, at Flagler Hospital. She was a native and lifelong resident of St. Augustine. She was a member of San Sebastian Catholic Church.

Funeral services will be held 10 a.m. Thursday at San Sebastian Catholic Church, the Rev. Father Thomas Walsh, pastor, officiating. Visitation will be held 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday with prayer services at 6 p.m. at Craig Funeral Home. Entombment will be in San Lorenzo Cemetery.

She is survived by one son, Gene Pacetti, St. Augustine; grandchildren, Cindy Kern, Bryant and Vinton Pacetti; one great-grandson, Shaun Aunchman.

Craig Funeral Home and Crematory is in charge of the arrangements.
(St Augustine Record, 02/25/04)

 
Wilson, Agnes Lorina (I300940)
 
142 Agnes Margaret Covel, 91, died June 17, 2009 at Knute Nelson in Alexandria.

Agnes was born September 3, 1917 to Julius and Thekla (Schwartz) Fraisl at the family home in Carlos Township. Agnes was united in marriage to Howard L. Covel on June 10, 1941 at St. Mary's Catholic Rectory in Alexandria. They farmed for one year and then lived a Navy life for a couple of years.

Agnes was a homemaker and lived a rural life by Lake Carlos for the rest of her life. She loved the lake and watched the beautiful sunsets as much as possible. She was a great seamstress who loved to fish, do crafts and sewing, gardening, and was a great caregiver to family members. Agnes was a member of the Women's Auxiliary and also a former member of St. Mary's Christian Mothers. She was also a member of Carlos Homemakers Club.

She is survived by her children, Margaret (Ralph) Kremers of St. Cloud, Gerald (Bee) Covel Sr. of Carlos; grandchildren, Jerry (Melissa) Covel Jr. of Coon Rapids, Mike Covel (Michelle Paulzine) of Alexandria, Cindy (Tom) Zieglmeier of St. Cloud, Wendy (Troy) Bechtold of Kimball, Scott (Sara) Kremers of St. Cloud; 16 great-grandchildren; and brother, August (Helen) Fraisl of Walker.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Howard Covel on September 24, 1983; and sister, Anna Berg.

A Mass of Christian Burial was held on Tuesday, June 23 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Alexandria with the Rev. Steve Binsfeld officiating. Interment was at St. Mary's Catholic Cemetery. Casket bearers were Scott Kremers, Jerry Covel Jr., Mike Covel, Tom Zieglmeier, Troy Bechtold and Ben Zieglmeier. Honorary casket bearers were Cindy Zieglmeier and Wendy Bechtold.

Arrangements are with Anderson Funeral Home in Alexandria; www.andersonfuneral.net.

Echo Press, Alexandria, MN, 26 Jun 2009
 
Fraisl, Agnes Margaret (I297867)
 
143 AIKEN, S.C. - Lucius Eubanks, 79, of Aiken, died Thursday, February 20, 2002. Funeral services will be held Monday, February 25, 2002, at 11 a.m. at St. Johns United Methodist Church, Rev. Sheila Rogers, Rev. Kenneth Nelson, and Rev. M. Eugene Mullikin will officiate. Burial will follow at Graniteville Cemetery.

Survivors include his three sons, L. Harrison Eubanks, Smyrna, Ga., Craig H. Eubanks, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Henry B. Eubanks, Atlanta; also three grandchildren, J. Harrison Eubanks, Morgan B. Eubanks, and Lauren E. Eubanks.

Memorials may be made to American Red Cross, 267 Laurens Street, Aiken, S.C. 29801, or American Heart Society, 1003 Hammond Road, Aiken, S.C. 29803. The family will receive friends today, February 24, 2002, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Shellhouse Funeral Home, 924 Hayne Ave., Aiken, S.C. 29801; (803)-642-3456.

The Augusta Chronicle February 24, 2002

 
Eubanks, Lucious (I307732)
 
144 AIKEN, S.C. - Mass of Christian Burial for Mrs. Patricia "Patsy" Jean Ferko will be celebrated in Ohio. A Christian wake service will be held Friday, June 14, 2002, at 7p.m. at St. Mary Help of Christians Catholic Church, Aiken, with Reverend Gade Show Reddy officiating. The family will receive friends following the wake service at the church on Friday until 9p.m. Serving as pallbearers will be sons, Timothy and Daniel Ferko, brother, Leonard Palguta, and close family friends, Douglas Snyder, Edwin Griffin, and Douglas McLane.

Mrs. Ferko, 69, of Aiken, wife of Mr. George E. Ferko, died Thursday, morning, June 13, 2002, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, a daughter of the late John and Agnes Bravis Palguta, she relocated to Aiken, in 1996 where she became a communicant of St. Mary Help of Christians Catholic Church and participated in Perpetual Adoration.

In addition to her husband George, sons, Timothy George Ferko, Cleveland, Ohio, and Chief Petty Officer Daniel John Ferko, Key West, Fla.; daughters, Patrice Ann Ferko, Aiken, and Maureen Marie Ferko, Cleveland, Ohio; brother, Leonard Palguta and his wife, Becky, Aiken; sister-in-law, Mary H. Ferko, Cleveland, Ohio; three grandchildren, Timothy Joseph Ferko, Matthew John Ferko, and Richard Daniel Ferko. A brother, John "Jack" Palguta, preceded her in death.

Memorials may be made to American Kidney Foundation, 6110 Executive Blvd., Rockville, MD 20852-9813. George Funeral Homes, Inc., Historic Downtown Chapel, 211 Park Ave., SW, Aiken, SC.

The Augusta Chronicle June 14, 2013

 
Palguta, Patricia Jean (I304172)
 
145 AIKEN, S.C. - Thomas Morris Balk of Beaver Creek Lane, Aiken, S.C., died March 29, 2001 at University Hospital in Augusta following a brief illness. Mr. Balk was born March 9, 1932 in Augusta, Georgia to Theodore F. and Claire Armstrong Balk of Augusta. He was the grandson of C.J.T. and Fernandine Zartman Balk of Augusta, Georgia and William and Ida Morris Armstrong of Milledgeville, Ga.

After graduating from Richmond Academy, Augusta, Georgia in 1950, Mr. Balk entered the United States Air Force where he trained as an air traffic controller. He served in the control tower at Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines during the Korean conflict, and was discharged from the Air Force in 1953. He was employed as an air traffic controller with the Federal Aviation Agency until 1977. After his retirement, he attended college and studied computer programming. During his employment, he was assigned to various locations in the Southeast before retiring as an Assistant Tower Chief.

In 1986, he joined his wife as co-founder of Softsense Data, Inc., where he developed an automated practice management system for medical and dental offices. After the company was sold in 1995, Mr. Balk remained active as a programming consultant for Softsense Data, Inc., through SSTec, Inc., another family owned company.

Mr. Balk was a member of the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection in Augusta, Ga. His family has been active members since 1863.

Having obtained a private pilot license at the age 16, Mr. Balk was an avid recreational pilot. He had participated in building experimental aircraft and was proficient at aerobatic flying. Mr. Balk was a Senior Member and Operations Officer with the Aiken Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol and a former member of the Lexington Squadron. He was a 32nd degree Mason and a member of the Order of the Shrine.

Mr. Balk is survived by his wife, the former Jane Lollis Garrett, a native of Greenville, S.C.; and their daughter, Susan Balk of Aiken. He is also survived by three brother and sisters-in-law, William A. (Bill) and Betty Balk of Elko, S.C., Robert S. (Bob) and Marion Balk and George F. and Carole Balk of Augusta; and a number of nieces, nephews, grand nieces and grand nephews. Another brother, 1st Lt. Theodore F. Balk Jr., USAAC, was killed in air combat off the coast of Italy during World War II.

Funeral services will be held at the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection at 824 Greene St., Augusta, Ga with Rev. David Hunter officiating on Saturday, March 31, 2001 at 3 p.m. The family will receive visitors on Friday March 30, 2001 from 6-8 p.m. at George Funeral Homes, Historic Downtown Chapel , 211 Park Ave. SW, Aiken, S.C. Pallbearers will be William A. Balk Jr., Kris Gorrell, Cal Gainey, Todd Shirey, Dave Roebuck, and Joseph A. Vasquez. Honorary pallbearers will be the Senior Members and Cadets, Aiken Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol.

Memorials may be made to the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, 824 Greene St., Augusta, GA 30901. George Funeral Homes Inc., Downtown Chapel, 211 Park Ave., SW, Aiken, S.C.

From The Augusta Chronicle, March 30, 2001

 
Balk, Thomas Morris (I2262)
 
146 Alabama Deaths, 1908-59
Name: Hugh B Padgett, Sr
Death Date: 3 Sep 1958
Death County: Dallas
Volume: 40
Certificate: 19732
Roll: 6

 
Padgett, Hugh B. (I6815)
 
147 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I0505)
 
148 Alan Martin Okell '41

(b. October 24, 1919, Orange, NJ-d. March 13, 1943, St. Petersburg, FL)

Attended Cranford High School, Cranford, NJ

Entered Rutgers September 1937, attended two years

Entered Service November 1, 1941, U.S. Army Air Corps, commissioned 2nd Lt., July 4, 1942, 1st Lt., February 20, 1943

While at Rutgers, Alan was a member of Delta Upsilon and won the 1940 sailboat championship at the Breton Woods Yacht Club. He served as an instructor at McDill Airfield. He was lolled when the plane he was piloting crashed into Tampa Bay near St. Petersburg, FL. 
Okell, Alan Martin (I298739)
 
149 Albert (Big Al) Raffield

Born in Warner Robins, GA on Jul. 5, 1957
Departed on Dec. 29, 2011 and resided in Warner Robins, GA.

Visitation: Monday, Jan. 2, 2012, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Service: Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2012,3:00 pm
Cemetery: Magnolia Park Cemetery

Albert Raffield, 54, entered into rest on Thursday, December 29, 2011 after a courageous battle with Leukemia.

Albert was born on July 5, 1957 in Warner Robins, Georgia. He was of the Baptist faith. Most recently, he worked for the City of Warner Robins as an Inventory Specialist in the Public Works Department. A lifelong resident of Warner Robins, he was formerly a Butcher at the Market Basket, Piggly Wiggly, and Winn Dixie, and former Assistant Manager at Walmart on Watson Boulevard in Warner Robins. A proud 1975 graduate of Northside High School, he continued his support of his Alma Mater as an active parent in the Northside High School Theater Booster Club, attended many school functions, and was a member of the "Northside High School HasBeens." Albert's smile, laughter, courage, and love of family and friends is a legacy his family and friends are proud to carry on. He will be missed by all who knew him. His parents, A.J. and Odell Paul Raffield, preceded him in death.

His memory will forever be treasured by his beloved wife, Marilyn Vinson Raffield, Warner Robins; children, Steven Raffield (Nicole), Bonaire; Sam Raffield, Valdosta; Spencer Raffield, Roberta; Sisters, Brenda Simpson (Dane), Lake Spivey; Frankie Ross (Mike), Kathleen; grandson, Baxton Williams, Warner Robins; several nieces and nephews; and so many other loving family members and friends.

Visitation will be Monday evening, January 2, from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at McCullough Funeral Home. Funeral Services will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at Southside Baptist Church, with the Reverend Randall Nash officiating. Interment will follow in Magnolia Park Cemetery. Flowers will be accepted or memorial donations may be made to "Northside High School HasBeens", 225 Carl Vinson Parkway, Warner Robins, Georgia 31088. The family will gather at the home of Mike and Frankie Ross, 109 Richland Circle, Kathleen, Georgia 31047.

 
Raffield, Willie Albert (I5725)
 
150 ALBERT HOUSTON
COCOA BEACH
Albert W. "Sam" Houston died Friday, June 17, 2005 at home from complication from cancer. He was born in St. Petersburg, Fla. but raised in Charlotte, N.C. He had been a resident of Cocoa Beach since 1969. Sam graduated from High School in Charlotte in 1947, attended Davidson College for two years and graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1953. He also earned a Masters Degree in Physics in 1962. After numerous sea tours, including command of two submarines out of San Diego, Calif., he was assigned to a three year tour with the Naval Ordinance Test Unit as Operations Officer. Following tours in Washington, D.C. and Pt. Mugu, Calif., he retired from active duty in 1978 and returned to Cocoa Beach. He subsequently was employed as an Engineer in the Space Shuttle Programs with contractors PRC and Lockheed. He was awarded the Astronauts Silver Snoopy for professional excellence. He retired from there in 1991. Sam was an avid, although not too proficient, golfer after retirement. He also loved to attend his old ships reunions.

He is survived by his widow, Dorothy Stender Houston (formerly of Charleston, S.C.); three sons; six grandchildren; and a nephew; A. Bradley Houston. Two of his sons, Thomas A. and John Bertram, presently reside with their families in Brevard County, Florida. The third son, William L., lives in California with his wife and two daughters.

In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made to Vitas Hospice or to a charity of ones choice. His ashes will be interred in Charleston, S.C. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. at Beckman- Williamson Funeral Home in Cocoa Beach on Thursday, June 23, 2005

 
Houston, Albert William (I306708)
 

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