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201 Ava Hall Leary, 100, of Dyersburg, died Saturday, July 26, 2008 at her residence.

She was a homemaker and a member of First United Methodist Church and the Alma Potts Sunday school class.

Services will be at 4 p.m. Thursday in the sanctuary of First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Dan Leslie and Dr. Phillip Cook officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery in Dyersburg. Curry Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

The family will receive visitors from 2-4 p.m. Thursday in the church's chapel.

Survivors include a daughter, Judy Hall Burks and husband, Johnny, of Dyersburg; a son, Glen W. Hall and wife, JoAnn, of Pawley's Island, S.C.; eight grandchildren, Mark Hall, Virginia Heisell, Lisa Burks Escue, Taylor Burks, Stephen Hall, Forrest Hall, Phillip Hall and Ava Embry; seven great-grandchildren, Cody Escue, Stephen Escue, Gavin Hall, Baldwin Hall, Conner Hall, Ava Hall and Evan Hall; and a niece, Sue Black Dilliard and husband, John, of Austin, Texas.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Alvin Hall, and a grandchild, Stan Walker.

Pallbearers will be grandsons and great-grandsons.

The family requests that any memorials be directed to Transitions, 432 W. Court St., Dyersburg, TN 38024; Matthew 25:40, 250 Youth Home Road, Dyersburg, TN; or to a charity of the donor's choice.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Dyersburg State Gazette

 
Ava (I300527)
 
202 Avie James Jimmy Rainwater Jr. died on Saturday, Jan. 31, 2009, at McLeod Hospice after suffering a cerebral aneurism. A Celebration of Life service will be held 4 p.m. today at Trinity Evangelical Presbyterian Church, directed by Waters-Powell Funeral Home.

Mr. Rainwater was born July 12, 1929, in Florence to the late A.J. Rainwater Sr. and Madge Timmons Rainwater. He is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Leila Drake Rainwater; two children, Christelle Rainwater Conner and Dr. Avie Rainwater III, and their spouses Darrell L. Conner Jr. and Karen Gadberry Rainwater; as well as six grandchildren, Dal Conner, Drake Conner and Christopher Conner, and Dr. Chelsea Rainwater, Seth Rainwater and Joshua Rainwater. He also leaves a sister, Everal Rainwater DeWitt and is predeceased by his brother, Robert R. Rainwater and brother-in-law, Sam DeWitt.

Mr. Rainwater was a 1950 graduate of The Citadel and a member of the Summerall Guards. Subsequently, he served as an officer in the U.S. Air Force before returning to Florence to run the family business, Rainwater Gas and Oil Company. In the late 1950s he entered the mortgage and construction business. By the early 1960s, Mr. Rainwater saw the social and economic conditions in the South were changing and he proceeded to develop the first mortgage-financed subdivision in eastern South Carolina to be marketed to the black community, Spaulding Heights in Florence. After his Christian conversion in 1972, Mr. Rainwater was invited to serve on the Board of Directors of Logos International Publishing Company. In the following years, he traveled widely in support of Christian missions throughout the world, including trips to Asia, Europe, Israel and Latin America. During his life, Mr. Rainwater started and managed several businesses and maintained a lively interest in business, financial and world affairs while being an avid reader as well. However, his most significant legacy is one of enthusiastic service to his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. As said in Romans 10:15, How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace and bring glad tidings of good things.

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to either of the following: The Kings Academy at 1015 S. Ebenezer Road, Florence, SC 29501 or to Wycliffe Bible Translators at: www.wycliffe.org.

Published 2009-02-07

 
Rainwater, Avie James Jr (I304180)
 
203 Avis Cushing

JUNE 1, 1918 -- APRIL 20, 2004


ORMOND BEACH -- Avis Elizabeth Pagel Cushing, 85, of North Ridgewood Avenue, a secretary for the Volusia County School Board for nine years before her retirement, died Tuesday at Avante at Ormond Beach.

Mrs. Cushing came here in 1939 from her native Petoskey, Mich. She was a former member of Ormond Beach Union Church and the Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs. Cushing enjoyed playing bridge and gardening.

Survivors include her husband of 65 years, Russell; a son, James, Holly Hill; a daughter, Judith Brownlee, Ormond Beach; five grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

Memorial donations may be made to Hospice of Volusia/Flagler, 3800 Woodbriar Trail, Port Orange, FL 32129; or the American Kidney Fund, 6110 Executive Blvd., Rockville, MD 20852.

Volusia Memorial, Ormond Beach, is in charge. 
Pagel, Avis Elizabeth (I297613)
 
204 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6268)
 
205 Baldwin County 1864 Census for Re-organizing the Georgia Militia
20th Senatorial District, 320th Militia District
BAYNE, A.F., 27 yrs, Card Maker, employed in Pioneer Card Factory, b. GA
 
Bayne, Adolphus Francis (I5334)
 
206 Baldwin County GaArchives History .....History of Baldwin County - Vinson Biography 1925
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THE VINSON FAMILY

Five Vinson brothers came to America from Ireland, and settled in Maryland. My great-grand-father moved from Maryland to Hancock county, Georgia, and was a Methodist minister. His son, Ebenezer Vinson, moved from Hancock county, to Baldwin county, Georgia, about 1854.

Ebenezer Vinson built a home, three miles from Milledgeville, on the Sandersville road. The house is still standing—a two story house, well preserved and painted gray. The second story is only across the front of the house, and a small front porch below, a type of architecture very much in use at that time. The many out buildings have long been torn away.

Ebenezer Vinson had two brothers and two sisters. One sister, Martha Vinson, married Mr. Parham, of Warren county. The other sister was named Vina. One brother, John Vinson, moved to Alabama and. the other brother, Tully Vinson,
moved to Texas. Ebenezer Vinson lived and died near Milledgeville. His wife was Martha Crawford Dickson, and his children were: William Vinson, Henry Vinson, Walter Vinson, Edward Vinson, Lucy Vinson, (Mrs. N. P. Williams), Dora Vinson (Mrs. Wm. Williford), Anne Vinson (Mrs. Thomas Beall).

Bishop Pierce performed the marriage ceremony of Ebenezer and Martha Dickson, and came from his home to preach the funeral of Ebenezer when he died, as he was a life-long friend.

Edward Story Vinson is the only member of the family now residing in Milledgeville. He married Miss Annie Morris, and the children are: Mrs. J. W. Cannon, Cordele, Ga., Mrs. M. J. Guyton, Dublin, Ga., Mrs. Thos. Pollard, Jacksonville, Fla., Hon. Carl Vinson, M. C., Washington, D. C., Edward Vinson, Cordele, Ga., Fred Vinson, Honduras, C. A., Lieut. Wilbur Vinson, U. S. A., Ft. Benning, Ga.

One of the early settlers of Baldwin County was Mrs. Harriett Singleton Morris, wife of Thomas H. Morris. They were married in Jones County, Ga., Feb. 4, 1851, and early moved to Baldwin County, in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood. Mr. Morris died the first year of the Civil war, and Mrs. Morris died in Milledgeville, May 27, 1912, in her eighty-first year, leaving the following children: Mrs. E. S. Vinson, Milledgeville, Ga., Mrs. Ida Armstrong, Macon, Georgia, Mr. Gus Morris, Milledgeville, Ga., Rev. T. H. Morris, Dallas, Tex., and the late Mr. Chas. Morris, Milledgeville, Ga.

Mrs. Harriet Singleton Morris is a descendant of the Revolutionary soldier, Captain Matthew Singleton, of S. C. The Revolutionary records of S. C., show that Matthew Singteton was a friend of Nathaniel Greene, a great favorite of his, and considered by Greene a good soldier. Matthew was Captain of a company during the war, and his son, John was in the company. He became a Captain before the war ended.

The Singletons ranked, during the colonial period in Virginia, as one of the most prominent families. The Singletons of South Carolina were very active during the Revolutionary war, and their name appears in several different companies. One of the women of the family, Sarah Angelica Singleton, married the son of Martin Van Buren, and as Pres. Van Buren was a widower, his son's wife presided over the White House. We copy from the Washington Post, Nov. 15, 1914, the following:

"There is no figure in the period costume at the National Museum more admired than the graceful form recently placed in a case representing Mrs. Angelica Singleton Van Buren, mistress of the White House during the administration of President Martin Van Buren. Mrs. Van Buren's father was Richard Singleton, a large land owner and planter of Sumter County, S. C., a member of a family that ranked among the "blue bloods" of that exclusive state. To complete an education in keeping with her elevated social position, Miss Singtelon was sent for several years to Mme. Ireland's School in Philadelphia, and in 1837, she spent a portion of her holidays in Washington with her kinswoman, Mrs. Dolly Madison, who took pride and pleasure in presenting her to President Van Buren. She was a girl of rare beauty, and most accomplished, she at once became a reigning belle and one year later she was married, at her own home in South Carolina, to Maj. Abram Van Buren, eldest son of President Van Buren, a graduate of West Point, an officer in the army, who at the time was acting as his father's private secretary."

The same newspaper article goes on to describe her first appearance at the White House, and describes her costume. There are many descendants today in Milledgeville of the Singleton and Morris families, among them the Vinson family and the Morris family.

(Written by Mrs. M. J. Guyton—(Lelia Vinson).

The Vinson family, originally of Hancock County, was transplanted to Baldwin after this manner:

Ebenezer Callaway Vinson, tho' still a comparatively young man, began to suffer a physicial decline: he decided that the climate of South Georgia would be more agreeable, and therefore more desirable, as a place of residence. This thought perhaps as to the mildness of the climate was dominant, but the fact that the family owned a great deal of land thereabouts also had its weight as a determining factor. Accordingly, Vinson quitted his Hancock plantation and started out with South Georgia as his objective, to decide on the exact location for the future home of his family. He and an older brother had surveyed, for the government, large tracts of land in South Georgia.

Horseback travel was slow and he was not well, so when Milledgeville was reached, he resolved to tabernacle here. Even in that day and generation, Milledgeville offered superior school advantages. Mr. Vinson therefore made a
quick purchase of the plantation, for many succeeding years known as the Vinson place, situated three miles east of Milledgeville, with the expectation that it was to serve only as a temporary home for him and his family. As a lad, Ebenezer had become familar with the capital city; his brother, Tully Vinson, in later years, Gen. Vinson, represented Hancock County in the Legislature and the youth, Ebenezer, often accompanied him on his trips to Milledgeville. So this old time acquaintance with the town exerted its influence in changing his decision to
establish there his Lares and Penates.

Many years after the days when Tully Vinson was Hancock's representative in the legislature, old timers, remembering his name and fame, supported a young scion of the family from Milledgeville who sought political preferment in the Halls of Congress.

The new home in Baldwin indeed proved a temporary abiding place for Ebenezer Callaway Vinson. In two years time, on Dec. 25th., 1857, at the age of fifty, he passed on to the Great Beyond. He left his wife, Martha, and ten children as follows: Maria Jane, who became the wife of Col. Eli Gumming, of Wilkinson County; Anne, who married Thos. N. Beall, of Wilkinson; Wm. H. Vinson, who married Julia Beall, of Talbot County; Dora A., who became wife of V. Wm. Williford; Henry Crawford Vinson, whose first wife was Lou Brake, of Baldwin, and whose second wife was Lorene Wood, of McRae, Ga.; Lucie Catherine, wife of Wm. Pleasant Williams; Charlie, who died when thirteen years of age; Edward Storey, who married Annie Morris, of Baldwin County; Walter Dickson, who married Anna Caraker, of Baldwin County; and Mary Rebecca, wife of John Roberson. All, with the exception of Anne and Mary, had children and there is now a large family connnection, scattered widely.

Martha Dickson Vinson, the widow, had strength of mind and character and she "carried on" in the best sense, as a mother, and as manager of her plantation, for nearly fifty years after her husband's death. She was the daughter of Wm. Dickson and Lucy Crawford. The latter's death occurred, unexpectedly, at her home in Sparta, on the well remembered night "when the stars fell." A son of Lucy Crawford's uncle, and therefore her first cousin, was Wm. H. Crawford, Georgia's governor. Of him the great Napoleon said, after Crawford's visit to France, "He is the only man to whom I unconsciously feel impelled to make obeisance." That, for Crawford's appearance and bearing. The mother of Lucy Crawford was an Atwood and, according to family tradition, three times an heiress. Ebenezer was given the name of Callaway because that had been his mother's name. His two sisters, Levina and Martha, were Quakers. These side lights have their physological significance in the history of the family.

The only representatives, now in the county, of this once numerous family, are: Edward Storey Vinson, son of the first Vinson and his wife; and their son, Carl Vinson, representative in Congress of the Tenth District of Georgia. Dixon
Williams, with his wife and sons; and Mrs. Leverett Montgomery and her family. Mrs. Montgomery was Lois Scott, granddaughter of Win. H. Vinson. Mrs. Lucie V. Williams lives in Birmingham. She and E. S. Vinson are the only members of the original family now living.

Of Ebenezer Callaway Vinson, who planted the family in Baldwin Co., it would well be said in the words of Shakespeare, "He was a man, take him for all in all; I shall not look upon his like again." Of Martha, in the words of Proverbs, "Her children rise up and call her blessed."



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HISTORY of BALDWIN COUNTY GEORGIA

BY MRS. ANNA MARIA GREEN COOK

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ANDERSON. S. C.
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207 Barbara A. Grlder, 41, of 266 Delmont Ave., died Saturday at St. Anthony Medical Center. She was the former Barbara McMichael and a member of Clifton Christian Church.

Survivors: her husband, George Grider Sr.; a daughter, Tina J. Grider; four sons, George Grider Jr., and Timothy, Lee and David Grider; her parents, Bert and Lois McMichael; two brothers, Bert McMichael III and William McMichael; and three grandchildren.

Funeral: 2 p.m. Tuesday, Neurath & Underwood Funeral Home, 725 E. Market St. Entombment: Evergreen Mausoleum. Visitation: 2-9 p.m. Monday and 10-2 p.m. Tuesday.

The Courier-Journal from Louisville, Kentucky, 8 Nov 1993

 
McMichael, Barbara Ann (I309212)
 
208 Barbara Claire Roche Osborn was born in 1925 in Jacksonville, Florida, and left this world in Greensboro on January 2, 2011, after a valiant 20 year battle with Parkinson's disease. Family and friends will always remember her loving nature, cheerful smile and unlimited generosity, always willing to share anything she had.

At age 17 Barbara married Dudley Osborn, a Marine Corps pilot during WW II. In 1949 the young family moved to Puerto Rico where Dudley taught in several schools and Barbara learned Spanish, recently conversing in it fluently with Spanish relatives and friends. Their three children grew up there and later moved to Lincoln, Nebraska, where Barbara was a ward secretary for 25 years at Bryan Memorial Hospital.

After her husband died in 1988 Barbara moved to Greensboro to be close to family. Her first child, Barbara Pocahuntas, lived only a few minutes but Barbara cherished her memory all her life. She is survived by daughter Margo Osborn Bender and husband Christoph, grandson Erich Bender with wife Laura López and great-grandson Iago, all of Greensboro. Her granddaughter Maria Bender McConnaughy lives in Hampton, Virginia, with husband Tim and their daughter Josephine.

Barbara's daughter Khattiya (Claire) Osborn Jalayanateja has lived in Bangkok, Thailand, since 1968. Her son Kenneth Patara Yontrarak lives in California with wife Jang and children Prudence and Andrew. Her daughter Jammy Jalayanateja and husband Po are in Bangkok and have a daughter named Umi.

Barbara's son Michael Osborn lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico, with Megan McQueen and their daughter Mikayla and son Josh.

Her family wishes to give warm thanks to all the nurses and staff at Guilford Health Care Center for their loving care during the seven years Barbara resided there and for their concern for her family during her final weeks.
Her family will welcome friends at a visitation at George Brothers Funeral Service, 803 Greenhaven Drive, on Thursday, January 6, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm with a brief service beginning at 6:30 PM.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests a contribution to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research www.michaeljfox.org or to the donor's favorite charity. Online condolences may be made at www.georgebrothersfuneral.com

 
Roché, Barbara Claire (I300858)
 
209 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I420)
 
210 Barbara Jean Curtis Collins died on September 6, 2013 in Alvin, Texas at the age of 88. Barbara was born on August 18, 1925 in Lake Worth, Florida.

A funeral service will be held on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at 10:00 am at Palms Funeral Home, 2300 E Mulberry St, Angleton, Texas 77515. Visitation will be held Tuesday, September 10, 2013 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm also at Palms Funeral Home. Burial will be in Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery in Houston.

She was married to Wallace Eck Collins for 60 years. Barbara raised her family in Angleton, Texas where she lived until her husband died. She then moved to Alvin to be close to family. Barbara was active in both Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts and supported the childrens activities. In her 40s, she went back to college and fulfilled her lifelong dream of being a nurse and retired from Angleton-Danbury Hospital.

Barbara is survived by daughter, Vicki L. Miles of Alvin; son, Wallace Craig Collins and wife, Karen of San Antonio; daughter, Leslie J. Campbell of Alvin, TX; She was proud of her 9 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. She also is survived by brother, Paul L. Curtis, Jr. and wife, Reba of Woodville, TX; and numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives.

Special thanks to A-Med Hospice and all the others who helped take care of her.

 
Curtis, Barbara Jean (I304335)
 
211 BARBARA L. UNDERSTILLER, 64, of Manalapan, died June 7 at CentraState Medical Center, Freehold Township. Born in Nyack, N.Y., she lived in Oakland, Calif., before moving to Manalapan 18 years ago. She was a bookkeeper for King Cars, Freehold Township, for 13 years. She was predeceased by her husband, Charles Haag, who died in 1988; and her father, Richard Understiller, in 1984. Ms. Understiller is survived by her mother and stepfather, Edith and John McAlevy of Manalapan; a son, Kurt Haag of Washington State; an aunt, Lois Sterling of Freehold Township; two uncles; and one grandson. Memorial donations may be made to the American Cancer Society, 801 Broad St., Shrewsbury 07702.
From the News Transcript, 26 Jun 2002

 
Understiller, Barbara L. (I298365)
 
212 Barbara Mae Drewery of Wilmington died Friday, April 23, 2004, at her residence.

She was born in Wareham, Massachusetts, July 13, 1929, the daughter of the late Irving and Annie Eaton Pierce.

Mrs. Drewery was a member of the National Humane Society. She loved animals, people and life.

Surviving is her husband, Stanley Drewery of the home; children, Charles C. Struve Jr. and wife Wanda of Wilmington, and Thomas L. Tooker and wife Patty of Massachusetts; and numerous grandchildren; and great-grandchildren.

A memorial service will be held 2 pm Tuesday April 27, 2004, at Andrews Mortuary Valley Chapel. Interment will be in Massachusetts at a later date.

The family will receive friends from 7 pm to 8pm Monday at Andrews Mortuary Valley Chapel.

Memorials may be made to New Hanover County Humane Society, 2405 N 23rd St., Wilmington, N.C. 28401.

Andrews Mortuary Valley Chapel.
Wilmington Star-News, 26 Apr 2004

 
Pierce, Barbara Mae (I300250)
 
213 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I297830)
 
214 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I307126)
 
215 Barton Bentley Cregger, 49, of Powhatan (Richmond), Va. and formerly of Roanoke, Va., passed away Tuesday, March 27, 2007, at the VCU Medical Center.

Bart was Associate Dean of the School of Engineering at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond. Bart joined VCU in 1998 and was key to shaping the future of the School of Engineering. Prior to joining VCU, Bart held engineering and business roles at several technology companies, including Medeco Security Locks in Salem, Va., and Texas Instruments in Dallas, Texas. He was a Master Mason of Melrose Masonic Lodge of Roanoke, Va.

Bart was a loving and devoted husband, son, brother and stepfather, and was much admired by his friends, students, colleagues and associates.

Born March 14, 1958, in Roanoke, Bart graduated from William Fleming High School in Roanoke in 1976, from the University of Virginia with his bachelor's degree in 1980 and master's degree in electrical engineering in 1982.

Bart was preceded in death by his father, Frank Albert Cregger, in October 2006.

Bart is survived by his wife, the love of his life, Norma Bond Cregger; mother, Susan Bentley Cregger, of Roanoke; sister and brother-in-law Stephanie and Steven Reger, of Sterling, Va.; stepdaughter and her husband, Julia and Michael Atalla, of Bellevue, Wash.; aunts and uncles, Edna and Lewis Clark, June Cregger Lucas, Geraldine Prather Cregger, all of Roanoke; Joan Bentley Hoelzer, of Virginia Beach, Va.; Bayne Bentley and Mary Abu-Saba, of California; Edward and Virginia Bentley, of Texas, and many cousins; father-inlaw and his wife, Royal and Pat Bond, of Radford, Va.; brothersin-law and their wives, Edward and Marsha Bond, of Georgia, Steven and Ginger Bond, of North Carolina, and Roy Lee and Chom Bond, of Dublin, Va.; sisters-in-law and their husbands, Sandra and Horace Copeland, of Williamsburg, Va., Bonita and Russell Johnston, of Troutville, Va.; also a special godson, Boone Yandle, of North Carolina.

Funeral services will be held on Saturday, March 31 at 2 p.m. at Oakey's North Chapel on Peters Creek Road, with the Rev. Russell Cheatham officiating. Interment will follow at Blue Ridge Memorial Gardens with Masonic Rites by Melrose Masonic Lodge. The family will receive visitors on Friday, March 30, 2007, from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at Oakey's North Chapel, 6732 Peters Creek Road, Roanoke.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests memorial contributions be sent to The Barton B. Cregger Scholarship Fund, in care of VCU School of Engineering Foundation, P.O. Box 843068, Richmond, Va. 23284. Arrangements are by Oakey's North Chapel and Crematory, 540-362-1237.

Published in the Roanoke Times from 3/28/2007 - 3/31/2007.

 
Cregger, Barton Bentley (I5708)
 
216 Baughcum, John M., Jr.

John M. Baughcum Jr. of Macon died Tues., May 24. Funeral Services were held in Snow's Memorial Chapel with Rev. E. B. Martin and Earl Byrd officiating. Interment was in Macon Memorial Park.

Mr. Baughcum was a lifelong resident of Macon, son of the late John Morgan Baughcum and the late Thelma Louise Lewis Baughcum. He was a retired employee of Armstrong and a member of Brookhaven Assembly of God

Survivors include wife, Betty Fuller Baughcum of Macon; children, J. Martin Baughcum of Inman, SC, Randall Watson of Twiggs County, Diane Baughcum Fields of Jackson and Sherry Baughcum Tate and Linda Alford, both of Macon; sisters Martha Martin and Katherine Cook, both of Macon; brother, James Edward Baughcum of Macon; 13 grandchildren; and two great grandchildren.

Snow's Memorial Chapel in Macon was in charge of arrangements.

Jackson Progress Argus, 1 Jun 1994

 
Bauchman, John M (I307738)
 
217 Bayne, Hendley V.- private September 26, 1861. Wounded. Captured at Wilderness, Va. May 6, 1864. Released at Elmira, N. Y. June 19, 1865.
 
Bayne, Henley Varner (I2549)
 
218 BAYNE, MORRIS SINGLETON ""BUD: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
St. Petersburg Times (FL) - Friday, January 24, 1997

Deceased Name: BAYNE, MORRIS SINGLETON ""BUD
BAYNE, MORRIS SINGLETON ""BUD,'' 85, of Homosassa, died Tuesday (Jan. 21, 1997) at Crystal River Healthcare and Rehab. Born in Macon, Ga., he came here 20 years ago from West Palm Beach. He was a retired surveyor for U. S. Engineers and a member of St. Anne's Episcopal Church, Crystal River. He was a Navy veteran of World War II.

Survivors include two sisters, Elizabeth H. Bayne, Homosassa, and Mary Bayne Sites, Alachua.

Wilder-Fountains Funeral Home, Homosassa Springs.

 
Bayne, Morris Singleton (I0779)
 
219 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F139833
 
220 Benjamin Andrew Gordon, 71, of Gordon Road died Wednesday, April 01, 2015 at home surrounded by his family.

Graveside services will be held at 11:00am on Saturday, April 04, 2015 at Wayside Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Pastor Beth Holloway, Rev. Don Hendrix and Elder Michael Hataway will officiate.

Mr. Gordon was born on May 17, 1943 in Wayside and had lived there his entire life. He was the son of the late James Frank Gordon, Sr. and Annie Pauline Jackson Gordon and attended Wayside Presbyterian Church. He served his country honorably as a petty officer third class aboard the destroyer USS Coontz in the United States Navy during the Vietnam War. After his service he worked for Cherokee Products for twenty-six years before farming full time. He is preceded in death by sister: Jacquelyn; brothers: Frank, Jr. and Robert; brothers-in-law: Virgil Hataway and Tommy Beckworth and by his nephews: Tommy Beckworth, Jr. and Robbie Gasaway.

Mr. Gordon is survived by his sisters and brothers-in-law: Maudlyn and Edward Smith, Paula and Wayne Bowden, Mary Alice Hataway, Louise Beckworth, Linda Hurst and Shirley Rivers and by five nieces, nine nephews and thirty great nieces and nephews.

The family would like to make a special mention of Andrew's fatherly relationship with his nephew Lance Copeland.

In lieu of flowers the family request that donations be made to the Wounded Warrior Project at woundedwarriorproject.org or donations can be mailed to Wounded Warrior Project, P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, Kansas 66675.

Published on the Bridges funeral home website.

 
Gordon, Benjamin Andrew (I1258)
 
221 Benton Bryant, 80, of Gordon, passed away Friday, August 29, 2008, in Macon. Son of the late William and Myrtle Birdsong Bryant, born in Twiggs County, he lived in Wilkinson County for most of his adult life. Mr. Bryant began his career by making seat covers for automobiles in Macon, he met Frank Massengale & Nat Bacon, in 1954 he went to Milledgeville where he opened & managed a body shop for Bacon Chevrolet for 21 years. He built a new building on Hwy 18 in Gordon in 1975 and opened Bryant Body Shop & Wrecker Service. Mr. Bryant finally closed his business and built a garage at his home where he began to rebuild automobiles. He later opened Bryant?s Trucking Co. & he & Doug Tisdell traveled all over the U.S. selling auto parts & plane parts. Preceded in death by his sister, Billie Bryant Allen, he was a member of Liberty Hill United Methodist Church.
Survivors:
Wife: Sue Parks Bryant-Gordon
Children: Donna (Neil) Sappe-Gordon
Angela Gibbs-Valdosta
Ginger (Paul) Panico-Ohio
Robert M. (Carmen) Gibbs-Virginia
Grandchildren: Michael & Tim Sappe-both of Gordon
Nora & Ben Gibbs-Virginia

Brother-in-law: James Allen-Gordon

Funeral Services will be conducted Wednesday,Sept. 3, 2008 @ 11 AM in the Gordon First Baptist Church with the Reverends, Maxie Threatt, Charles Cleary & Randy Carnley officiating. Interment will follow in Ramah Cemetery.

Williams-White Columns Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.  
Bryant, Fort Benton (I296)
 
222 Bernard - Merle Scarbrough Bernard died on Friday, May 12, 2006.

Beloved wife of the late Cliney P. Bernard. Mother of Don Bernard and Dolores B. Burmaster. Mother-in-law of Rosella B. Bernard and Wayne Burmaster. Grandmother of Laura B. Siebert, Donald Ray Bernard II, Sherryl Jiles, Nicole Bernard and Suzanne Bernard. Great-grandmother of Ashley Bernard, Danielle Jiles and the late Brandon Bernard. Sister of William Edwin Scarbrough, Jr. and the late Ira Scarbrough. Daughter of the late Anita Theriot Scarbrough and William Edwin Scarbrough.

Age 94 years. A native of Rosedale, LA and resident of Harvey, LA.

Relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend Funeral Services at Mothe Funeral Home, 2100 Westbank Expressway, Harvey, LA on Wednesday, May 17, 2006 at 1:30 p.m. Interment Westlawn Memorial Park. Parlors will be open Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. Information: 366-4343.

From The Times Picayune 15 May 2006

 
Scarbrough, Merle Ann (I297004)
 
223 Bernard F. Puckhaber CHARLESTON - Bernard F. Puckhaber, 87, entered into eternal rest at his residence on December 26, 2014.

The relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Puckhaber are invited to attend his Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00 AM, Tuesday, December 30, 2014 at St. Mary of the Annunciation Catholic Church, 89 Hasell Street. The Rite of Committal, at Grace Church Columbarium will be private. The family will receive friends from 5:00 until 7:00 PM, Monday evening, at the James A. McAlister Funeral Home, 1620 Savannah Highway. Bernie's guestbook may be signed online at JamesAMcAlister.com.

Known by his friends and colleagues as Bernie, he was born in Charleston, SC on September 5, 1927. Bernie, was a devout Catholic and was a member of St. Mary of the Annunciation Catholic Church, Charleston, SC. Bernie graduated Charleston High School in 1945 then joined the U.S. Navy. Following his Naval service during World War II, he finished College of Charleston, where he graduated in May 1950 with a liberal arts degree in history and a minor in economics. At the College, he was a star guard on the Maroons basketball team. During the 1949-50 season he was the fourth leading scorer in the state. In 1956, he was the Head Coach of the Maroons. He was equally skilled on the tennis court where he was one of the College's top tennis players. In 1985, in recognition and appreciation of his significant contributions to their athletic program, Bernie was inducted into the College of Charleston's Athletic Hall of Fame.

In October 1953 Bernie married his sweetheart - the former Anne Stender of Charleston. Bernie joined the Hibernian Society in March 1953. That same year he led the Hibernians to a perfect 9-0 record and the Charleston YMCA Basketball League Championship. He served as Hibernian President from 1970 - 1972. In addition to his service to the Hibernian Society, Bernie served as President of the Exchange Club of Charleston and on the College of Charleston's Board of Trustees and Foundation Board. He also served on the Charleston Cancer Society Board of Directors. Bernie's professional career began with Merrill Lynch in 1957 where he formed the foundation for his 50 year run in Wealth Management. He was there until a fire burned the building New Years Day. He then went to Rutledge Moore on Exchange Street taking three employees with him. In 1965 he joined the firm of Johnson, Lane, Space, Smith and Company as an account executive and co-branch manager. Through various mergers and acquisitions, this firm evolved into Wells Fargo Securities where Bernie served as Senior Vice President of Wealth Management.

Despite his many accomplishments over the years, Bernie remained the humble, unassuming gentleman that always made his family and friends proud. His fabulous sense of humor, generous nature and kindhearted spirit, made those who knew him thankful for his friendship.

Bernie is survived by his wife, Anne Stender Puckhaber, his daughter Susan Allen Puckhaber, his son, Edward Allen Puckhaber and his wife, Berta, his only grandson, Matthew Edward Puckhaber, his brother, Edward Puckhaber of Mobile, Alabama, his nephew Joseph George McInerney III and his wife, Cammie, his nephew, Thomas Allen McInerney, his niece, Faye Alyce Jamison and his nephew, Robert Timothy Jamison.

He was preceded in death by his sister, Camilla Puckhaber Jamison.

Memorials may be made to: Hibernian Society Building Fund, P.O. Box 134, Charleston, SC 29402 or St. Mary's Church Restoration Fund, 89 Hassell Street, Charleston, SC 29401. Arrangements by James A. McAlister Inc.

 
Puckhaber, Bernard Francis (I306706)
 
224 BERTONE - Vincent Joseph Bertone, 48 died September 6, 2002 at the Hadlow Center of Community Hospice following a two month illness. He was born August 4, 1954 in Providence, R.I. and moved to Jacksonville, FL earlier this year from North Scituate, R.I. He graduated from Providence College and worked for the U.S. Postal Service. He also served as a union representative and a member of St. Pauls Catholic Church.

Family members include his wife, Sharon Plante Bertone; daughters, Karissa Bertone of North Scituate, R.I. and Allison Bertone of Jacksonville, FL; son, Justin Bertone of Jacksonville, FL and his faithful Dalmatian, Augie.

Visitation will be held from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., Monday, September 9th in the QuinnShalz Chapel. Mass of Christian

Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, September 10th in the St. Pauls Catholic Church of Jacksonville Beach with the Reverend William Kelly as Celebrant. Memorialization will be by cremation 3rd St. at Ponte Vedra Blvd. 2491100, www.quinnshalz.com

 
Bertone, Vincent Joseph (I304832)
 
225 Bessie Mae Killebrew -MACON - Bessie Mae Killebrew, 82, died Monday morning in a local hospital.

Funeral services will be held at 11A.M., Wednesday at Snow's Memorial Chapel, Cherry Street with burial in Stone Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. Dr. Wilfred C. Platt will officiate.

The family may be contacted at the residence. -Visit www.mem.com to express tributes.

Snow's Memorial Chapel, Cherry Street has charge of arrangements.

Macon Telegraph, 29 Sep 2004

 
Killebrew, Bessie Mae (I310)
 
226 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F135808
 
227 Betty Jane Knight, 80, long time resident of Miami Shores, passed away on February 23, 2015 after a brief illness. Betty was known for her many acts of service on behalf of others and was always advocating for those who could not speak for themselves. The strength of her effectiveness lay in the reality that she waged and won most of her battles in the prayer closet before she ever brought them to the field.

She was preceded in death by her husband of 62 years, Robert David Knight, Sr.

She is survived by her three children, Judi Leininger of Lauderdale by the Sea, FL, Robert David Knight, Jr. of Lake Worth, FL, and Linda Kimbrough of San Antonio, Texas, as well as seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

Services will be on Wednesday, February 25, 2015, at Greg Mason Funeral with viewing from 3:00-4:00 and service at 4:00pm.

 
Hultin, Betty Jane (I307642)
 
228 BETTY K. ATCHISON
Obituary

BETTY K. ATCHISON, 67, of Fort Wayne, passed away Sunday, June 10, 2012, at her residence.

Born Sept. 12, 1944, in Logansport, Ind., she was the daughter of the late Raymond and Ruth (Nipple) Lacey.

She was Activities Director at R.R. Donnelley for 31 years, retiring in 1999.

Surviving are her son, Brad Atchison of Fort Wayne; grandsons, Dalton and Spencer Atchison; and sisters, Marcia Appleton, Janet Winegardner and Carol Fisher.

There will be no services. Preferred memorials to donor's choice.

Arrangements by Advantage Funeral & Cremation Services.

 
Lacey, Betty Kay (I310181)
 
229 Betty Talmadge, former wife of senator, dies at 81

By TOM BENNETT
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Betty Shingler Talmadge of Lovejoy, a hostess, cookbook writer, and the ex-wife of the late U.S. Sen. Herman E. Talmadge, died Saturday at Piedmont Hospital following a long illness. She was 81.

The graveside service for Ms. Talmadge will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Rose Hill Cemetery in Ashburn.

At her 1,200-acre Lovejoy Plantation in Jonesboro, 20 miles south of Atlanta, Ms. Talmadge hosted elaborate parties for political and media guests, and invitations to them were coveted. The parties were memorable, with Ms. Talmadge's pet goat walking about as guests sipped cocktails.

Ms. Talmadge also operated her home as a reservations-only restaurant, and hosted Japanese tourists at $5000 an evening for 100 guests. The visitors believed they were eating at and walking about a locale that was in "Gone With the Wind" ? a notion Ms. Talmadge encouraged. She claimed that Lovejoy Plantation is the inspiration for the home "Twelve Oaks" in the fictional book by Margaret Mitchell and in the MGM film, made on sound stages and lots in Culver City, Calif.

The book, film and Georgia's onetime most powerful political family were linked in 1940. That year Eugene Talmadge, a resident of McRae in Telfair County in south Georgia and then Betty Talmadge's father-in-law, purchased the Lovejoy farm. Betty Talmadge acquired it and $150,000 cash in her December 1978 divorce from Eugene Talmadge's son, Sen. Herman E. Talmadge.

Ms. Talmadge based her "Twelve Oaks" claim for the Lovejoy Plantation on the fact that author Margaret Mitchell had relatives, the Fitzgeralds, who had lived near the Lovejoy farm.

'Gone With the Wind' expert Herb Bridges of Sharpsburg, Ga., said: "The movie people sent research people to Georgia and all through the South. They visited, I'm sure, Betty Talmadge's house. But they looked at three dozen more.

"The movie people would say, 'We like the columns on this one, the windows on that one.' But as far as saying that Betty's house is a house used in the film, or actually used by Miss Mitchell in her story, it is in a way, but there were so many houses that were used, you can't flatly say that about any one of them."

While a U.S. senator's wife, Betty Talmadge was a prominent hostess and socialite in Washington, D.C. She was a frequent bridge partner of Lady Bird Johnson, who also visited her at Lovejoy Plantation.

Although a Democrat, Betty Talmadge hosted luncheons for Pat Nixon and Judy Agnew, the wives of President Richard M. Nixon and vice president Spiro T. Agnew, while their husbands were under fire during the Watergate scandal.

Ms. Talmadge was a food broker for the Talmadge country-cured ham label and Cagle's chicken hot dogs. She and her former husband once owned the ham-curing business and created the Talmadge ham label still seen in food markets; they sold the business in 1969.

Ms. Talmadge co-wrote the cookbook "How to cook a pig and other back-to-the-farm recipes," with Jan Robitscher and Carolyn Carter, published in 1977 by Simon & Schuster. She wrote "Betty Talmadge's Lovejoy Plantation Cookbook," distributed by Peachtree Publishers in 1983.

She stumped the panel on television's "What's My Line" in 1955, signing in only as "Betty Shingler." In 1983, Ms. Talmadge played a waitress in the made-for-TV movie, "Murder in Coweta County" filmed in Georgia.

At the Newport News, Va., shipyard in 1973, Ms. Talmadge smashed a bottle of champagne against the hull, launching the nuclear attack submarine Richard B. Russell, named for Herman Talmadge's former fellow U.S. senator.

Ms. Talmadge lost a race for the Democratic nomination for Congress from Georgia's Sixth District in 1978, finishing third. State Sen. Virginia Shapard won the Democratic primary runoff but lost in the general election to Republican Newt Gingrich.

Ms. Talmadge divorced Herman E. Talmadge, then a fourth-term U.S. senator from Georgia and the powerful chairman of the Agriculture and Forestry Committee, in 1978 but kept his last name.

They made front-page headlines across the nation in 1979. She said that Sen. Talmadge, then on trial before the Ethics Committee for violating Senate rules, kept large amounts of money in an overcoat in a closet at their Washington, D.C. condominium. She drew upon the fund to supplement her allowance. Although the senator testified he received small cash donations of $5 to $20 from political supporters, Betty Talmadge turned over to the Ethics Committee $7,700 in $100 bills. The Senate voted 81-15 in October 1979 to "denounce" Sen. Talmadge. He lost a 1980 bid for re-election.

The Talmadges were the state's biggest newsmaking couple during his years as a U.S. senator from 1957 to 1980 and earlier while he claimed the office of governor for 67 days in 1947; as he served without legal challenge as interim governor for 13 1/2 months in 1948-51; and while he served as governor in 1951-55.

The Talmadge family had Georgia's most powerful political machine from 1926 to 1980. Herman's father, Eugene Talmadge, was Georgia agriculture commissioner from 1927 to 1932; governor in 1933-37 and 1941-43; and was elected governor again in 1946 but died in December of that year before taking office.

Ms. Talmadge never remarried. Herman Talmadge married Lynda Cowart Pierce in 1984. He died in March, 2002.

Leila Elizabeth Shingler was born Sept. 17, 1923 in Ashburn, Ga., the daughter of Clinton F. Shingler Sr., a rural letter carrier, and Stella Julian Shingler. She attended the University of Georgia.

At 18, she married Herman Talmadge at the governor's mansion in Atlanta in December 1941; his father was then governor. It was Herman Talmadge's second marriage.

A son, Robert S. Talmadge, drowned at Lake Lanier at age 29 in 1975.

Surviving are a son, H. Eugene Talmadge of Lovejoy and eight grandchildren.

--Staff writer Mike Morris contributed to this article.
Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on May 9, 2005

 
Shingler, Leila Elizabeth (I306287)
 
230 Beverly Tempel Braton passed away March 3, 2015 in Denver. A memorial service was held March 14, 2015 at Wiley United Methodist Church.

McClave United Methodist Church April 2015 newsletter.

 
Tempel, Beverly Sue (I298961)
 
231 Bill Fewin, 73 year old Woodward resident, died Friday, August 6, 2010 at the Woodward Regional Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Tuesday, August 10, 2010 at the Lincoln Avenue Baptist Church with the Reverend Jason Dirks officiating. Interment will be in the Elmwood Cemetery.

William Irvin Fewin was born on October 3, 1936 in Columbus, Kansas, the second of four children of Irvin and Mary Doris (Eubank) Fewin. Bill was reared in Odessa, Texas and graduated from Odessa High School in 1956. While in school he played football and ran track. Bill graduated from Texas Tech University and in 1960 his son Gary was born. In 1961 his daughter, Lori was born. Bill went to work for Orkin in Atlanta, Georgia and later became District Manager. Bill moved his family to Oklahoma City in the mid 1960's, where he owned his own exterminating business, Associated Termite and Pest Control until 1978. He moved to Woodward in 1980 and was married to Joanna Dart in 1982. She preceded him in death in 1996. Bill worked in the oil and gas industry until his retirement from Thurmond-McGlothlin in 2001.

Bill was united in marriage to Sue Whittle on September 12, 1997 in Lipscomb, Texas. They made their home in Woodward and have been here since that time.

Bill loved working in the yard or supervising others when he couldn't do it himself because of his health. The grandkid's first job was mowing Grandpa's yard. He loved to watch sports on TV, especially the Atlanta Braves, OSU, OU, the Dallas Cowboys or Texas Tech. Bill was also a 32nd degree Mason.

He is survived by his wife Sue Fewin of the home; one son, Gary Fewin and wife Kenni of Woodward; one daughter, Lori Fewin of Kazikistan; two grandchildren, Micah Fewin and Kari Fewin; two step children, Christy Poage and husband Randy of Mustang, Stoney Whittle of Blue Mound, Kansas; three step-grandchildren, Tanner, Conner, and Caitlyn Poage; two sisters, Darlene Armstrong and husband Carl of Olton, Texas, Mary Tisdale and husband Marion of Abilene, Texas; one brother, Bob Fewin and wife Sherry of Lubbock, Texas; nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Irvin and Doris Fewin.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Lincoln Avenue Baptist Church Building Fund with the funeral home accepting the contributions.

 
Fewin, William Irvin (I304400)
 
232 Bio

"Rev. John Martin, a pioneer missionary Baptist preacher of Southwest Georgia, lived to the ripe old age of 96 years. Sixty-five of those years he served churches regularly as pastor and preached on special occasions up to the time of his death, April 22, 1917. It was in the days of horse and buggy over rough roads in all kinds of weather, leaving home on Friday and returning on Monday. He received very little for his services; one year soon after the war between the states he was given a pair of socks by a widow woman, another church gave him seventy-five cents for the year. He never failed to serve a church because of pay. He owned his own plantation and lived on it. He said that his prayer was for enough at his command to live on, and he belived that would be given him. He lacked only four years of reaching the century mark and he left a very nice estate and he always lived comfortably. Such was his faith !
Living in a frontier country in his youth made his opportunity for an education was limited, but he had an alert and keen mind, was a close student all his life. He was an original thinker and eloquent speaker. The greatest joy of his life was to proclaim the Gospel of his Lord and Master Jesus Christ. He was noted for peculiar texts. One that made him famous as a preacher was made on the occasion of the Bethel Association at Fort Gaines. The theme was, "Big Things with Nothing in Them." Others were, "The Jugs Must Be Empty," and "He Hath Brought Me Into a Large Place." They are too numerous to mention. He was a man of deep convictions and lived up to them. Although living in an era when there was great partisanship in churches, he never tolerated prejudice against other denominations. He was deeply concerned in the welfare of his community and country. He was a Democrat and as long as he lived he had an abiding interest in all affairs that were for its promotion.
He was born in Union S. C., January 3, 1821. When he was one month old his parents moved to Jasper County, Ga., where he lived until he was ten years old, when his parents moved to Randolph County, where he lived at "Buford," later called " Bethel," with the exception of a few years from 1905 until his death, He lived in Shellman.
At the age of 17 years he was sent back to Jasper County to attend school. He met Martha Truitt, daughter of Riley and Bonnetta Truitt and married her November 18, 1838. They came to Randolph County to live; a few years later he bought the lot of land adjoining his father's home and lived on it for 65 years. Rev. and Mrs. John Martin were married 70 years at the time of her death, July 15, 1908.
Martha (Truitt) Martin was the youngest child of Riley Truitt and Bonnetta (Smith) Truitt born May 27, 1821, near Shady Dale, Jasper County. Too much cannot be said of this truly great woman coming with her culture of heart and mind , she lived the life of a missionary, dispensing hospility to the rich and poor. She felt that by entertaining people in her home she could enable them to attend preaching in that day of slow travel and long distances that could not have come otherwise. She was a woman that looked well to the ways of her household.
She felt it her duty to further the sending of the Gospel by looking after the farm and store so that her husband might not have anything to hinder him in his work as a minister, this she did with great efficiency. She was a woman of charming personality and calm judgement. She was a natural nurse of the sick, in that day of long distance to a doctor, and during the Cival War when there no were no doctors she ministered to the sick over a wide territory and helped the needy. She was intensely patriotic.
She was descended from two revolutionary soldiers, her grandfathers, Purnal Truitt of Delaware and Elijah Smith of Maryland. They both moved to Wilkes County after the Revolution. She felt pride in belonging to these great heroes that helped establish this great Government of the U. S. A., and wanted her posterity to treasure their memory. She gave two sons to the Southern Confederacy, James Marion, who served with the Early County guards in Company G, 13th Ga. Regiment, through the war, and Riley Truitt enlisted in Calhoun County Guards and served in the 12th Ga. Regiment. He was a prisoner at Elmira, N. Y. for eight months before the war closed.
Martha Truitt Martin was one of the most consecrated Christians, nothing kept her from her Church services. She reared thirteen of her own children to adult age and two grandsons, and in her old age for six years she cared for a little granddaughter."

Taken from; Martin, Farrar, Truitt, Saxon, Hay, Other Kin
by Lillie (Martin) Grubbs
 
Martin, John (I7834)
 
233 Biographical Souvenir of the States of Georgia and Florida, c1889 Family F134328
 
234 Birmingham News, December 31, 1968
Mrs. Gwendolyn Payton Baggett, 42 of Houston, Tex., who died Tuesday, was a native of Birmingham. Graveside services will be at Elmwood Cemetery with time to be announced by Roebuck Chapel. Surviving are her husband, Claude L. Baggett, Houston; five children; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Payton, Birmingham; a brother, Luther Payton, Clanton; and two sisters, Mrs. Willie Burchfield, Birmingham, and Mrs. Nathan Sabini, Clanton.

 
Payton, Gwendolyn Rose (I303582)
 
235 Birth: Mar. 27, 1932
Death: Oct. 2, 2005

She was born in Marion to the late Forrest and Helen (Orr) Haley. She married Jack M. Callahan on Sept. 29, 1951. He preceded her in death Feb. 8, 2004.

She attended Bennett High School, graduating in 1948.

She was a member of American Legion Auxiliary Post 313. She loved to crochet.

She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Her granddaughter Jenny (Brian) Miller had been her devoted caregiver for this past year.

Survivors include daughters, Becci (Jerry) Haisley and Elizabeth Callahan, both of Fairmount; sons, Joseph Callahan and David (Jodell) Callahan, both of Fairmount, and Timothy (Freda) Michael Callahan, Leesburg; brother, Richard (Phyllis) Haley, San Antonio; 10 grandchildren, Tina Oren, Jenny (Brian) Miller, T.J. Kindle, Marsha Kindle, Sahah Kindle, Jamie (Tony) Meek, Amanda Callahan, Chad Callahan, Sean (Katy) Callahan and Zach Callahan; and eight great-grandchildren.

She also was preceded in death by brothers, Ronald Haley and Forrest Jr. "Buddy" Haley; and sister, Shirley Klingenpeel.

 
Haley, Marjorie Lou (I306505)
 
236 Birth: May 4, 1914
Death: Aug. 19, 2003

Mary Evancho Laborde, age 89, of Hueytown, died August 19, 2003. She attended Hueytown United Methodist Church; was a member of St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond Romar LaBorde. Interment: Crestview Memorial Gardens

One last kiss; Wife dies kissing husband in coffin -
After 64 years of marriage, Mary Evancho Laborde couldn't bear to let her husband go. She said that, just before she leaned over Raymond Laborde's casket at his funeral this week to kiss him goodbye a final time. The sorrow was too much; her heart stopped and she died right there. On Thursday, Raymond, 88, and Mary, 89, were buried together in much the same way they had lived, side by side. "It's almost like a fairy tale, a sad fairy tale," said the Rev. Jack Hendricks Jr. of First United Methodist Church in Hueytown. "You don't see many people who live together as long as they did that go out together. I would say it was God's grace." Their love story spanned six and a half decades, beginning when Raymond first spotted Mary at a Fairfield bakery where she worked. He was immediately smitten, but she was popular and he had to work for her affections. He used to hide in the bushes when she had other dates, friends said, to assess his competition. But persistence, and charm, won out. "He was a very romantic person," said niece Pat Evancho. "He didn't mind telling you she was as beautiful as the day they got married." They were separated only once, when Raymond, who later retired from U.S. Steel, served in the Navy during World War II. Mary gave birth to their only child, John Raymond, while her husband was away. He was of French descent and attended the Methodist church in Hueytown; she was Czechoslovakian and a member of St. Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church in Brookside. Religion was important to both of them and they embraced each other's beliefs, alternating between the two churches. In their younger days, they enjoyed traveling and spending time with their son and grandchildren. In recent years, Raymond worked in the yard and fixed broken toys for the neighborhood kids. She kept a meticulous home and cooked three full meals for Raymond each day. They kept to a routine, getting their hair cut on Tuesdays, mopping on Wednesdays and grocery shopping on Thursday. "It was exactly what a marriage should be," Hendricks said. On Saturday, Raymond cut the grass and asked for liver for lunch, which Mary obliged. His heart gave out later that day. In the days that followed, Mary tried to remain stoic but her heart, too, finally gave out at Raymond's funeral on Tuesday. "I believe if she were writing the script, which we don't write the script, she would have chosen to go with him," said the Rev. John Simmons, also of the Methodist church in Hueytown. The Labordes' granddaughter said she can see beyond her grief to the blessing. "They wanted to be together forever," she said, "and they are."

(Sources: The Sun Herald; Birmingham News)

 
Evancho, Mary (I308581)
 
237 BLACKSHEAR - Vera Mae Fowler Howell, 87, died early Saturday (07/21/1997) morning at the Bayview Nursing Home in Nahunta after a long illness. She was employed for many years with the Pierce County school system's nutrition department and was also a foster parent for many years. She was a member of Victory Baptist Church.

A native of Belle, FL, she was the daughter of George Fowler and Ethel Simmons Fowler and widow of James Alton Howell.

She is survived by three daughters, Iris Perkinson, in Indiana, Edna Collins of Blackshear and Betty Houston of Tallahassee, FL; two sons, James Howell and Robert Howell both of Waycross, a brother, Edwin Goldwire Fowler, Waycross;
16 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren and other relatives.

The funeral is today at 3 p.m. in the Dixon-Bowen-Taylor Funeral Home chapel. The Rev. Johnny Guy is officiating. Burial is to be in the Ben James Cemetery.


 
Fowler, Vera Mae (I304728)
 
238 BLACKSHEAR -- Bruce L. Robson, 74, died Sept. 12 at Satilla Regional Medical Center.

The lifelong resident of Pierce County was a produce farmer in the Midway Church area for years. He was a Navy veteran of World War II and a member of the Waycross Elks Club, the Pierce County Farm Bureau and Blackshear First Baptist Church.

SURVIVORS: his wife, Margaret Fowler Robson; a daughter, Patti Dowling of Blackshear; a son and daughter-in-law, Ken and Denise Robson of Douglasville; a sister and brother-in-law, Inez and Eldon Jones of Blackshear; a brother and sister-in-law, Louis and June Robson of Blackshear; a sister-in-law, Dee Robson of Sacramento, Calif.; four grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and several other relatives.

VISITATION: 6-9 p.m. today at Pearson-Treadwell Funeral Home.

FUNERAL: 3 p.m. Tuesday at Blackshear First Baptist Church, burial in Waters Cemetery.

REMEMBRANCES: First Baptist Church Building Fund.

Savannahnow.com
Obituaries for September 13, 1999

 
Robson, Bruce Larry (I304739)
 
239 Blanche Tujague Dolly Blattner

BLATTNER Blanche "Dolly" Tujague Blattner died at home on Wednesday, September 25. A lifelong resident of New Orleans, she was born November 20, 1920 to Albert Tujague, Jr. and Blanche Boudreaux Tujague. A graduate of Mt. Carmel High School and Ursuline College. She was married for 54 years to the late Frederick E. Blattner, Jr. Dolly's garden at her Mid City home was her pride for 46 years. She enjoyed many travel adventures with Fred after his retirement, and stayed active in recent years playing bridge.

She was a loving mother to Michael (Sharon) Blattner, Jan (John) Reuther, and Kathy (Greg) Gapsis. She was a warm and loving grandmother to 10 grandchildren: Seth Blattner, Christopher Brooks, Shannon Crawford, Jeff Reuther, Jeremy Reuther, Julie Crowl, James Reuther, Joe Reuther, Helen Gapsis, Claire Gapsis. She had 3 great-grandchildren: Isabel Crawford, Olivia Crawford, and George Crowl.

Relatives and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Mass at LAKE LAWN METAIRIE FUNERAL HOME, 5100 Pontchartrain Blvd in New Orleans, on Saturday, September 28, 2013 at 11:00AM. Interment will follow in Metairie Cemetery. A visitation will be held at the funeral home beginning at 9:30AM.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to St. Anthony of Padua Church, 4640 Canal St., New Orleans, LA 70119. To view and sign the guest book, visit www.lakelawnmetairie.com.

Published in The Times-Picayune from September 26 to September 27, 2013

 
Tujague, Blanche M (I307181)
 
240 Blatchford, Samuel M.
Born March 9, 1820, in New York, NY
Died July 7, 1893, in Newport, RI

Federal Judicial Service:
U. S. District Court, Southern District of New York
Received a recess appointment from Andrew Johnson on May 3, 1867, to a seat vacated by Samuel R. Betts; nominated on July 13, 1867; Confirmed by the Senate on July 16, 1867, and received commission on July 16, 1867. Service terminated on March 4, 1878, due to appointment to another judicial position.

U. S. Circuit Courts for the Second Circuit
Nominated by Rutherford B. Hayes on February 15, 1878, to a seat vacated by Alexander Smith Johnson; Confirmed by the Senate on March 4, 1878, and received commission on March 4, 1878. Service terminated on March 22, 1882, due to appointment to another judicial position.

Supreme Court of the United States
Nominated by Chester A. Arthur on March 13, 1882, to a seat vacated by Ward Hunt; Confirmed by the Senate on March 22, 1882, and received commission on March 22, 1882. Service terminated on July 7, 1893, due to death.

Education:
Columbia College, B.A., 1837

Read law, 1843

Professional Career:
Private secretary to New York Governor William Seward, 1839-1842
Military secretary on staff of New York Governor William Seward, 1842-1845
Private practice, New York City, 1843-1845
Private practice, Auburn, New York, 1845-1854
Private practice, New York City, 1854-1862
Court reporter, Second Circuit, 1852-1888
Publisher, Blatchford's Circuit Court Reports, 1852-1888
Trustee, Columbia College, 1867
 
Blatchford, Justice Samuel M. (I7419)
 
241 Bob Diaz

On Sunday, May 30, the sun set on Robert J Diaz, bringing to a close his full and well-lived life. He was 73 years old.

Bob is survived by his beautiful and loving bride of 56 years, Gaynell Murtagh Diaz, as well as his four devoted daughters and their spouses, Terri Duplantis (Gwen Richard), Sheila (Emile) Casadaban, Nancy (Daryl) Heyl, and Melissa Diaz (Jan Tarantino). He also has a son, Roberto J Diaz III. His beloved grandchildren Michelle, Michael, Taylor, Sr. Bon Secours/Emily, Jesse, Tori, Dylan, Jamie, Malik, Senea, Priscilla, Bobby, and his great-granddaughter Ivy will all miss him dearly. He also leaves behind many cherished nieces, nephews, and cousins.

 
Diaz, Robert J (I307259)
 
242 Body donated to science (Duke University).

 
Niblett, Linnie Irene (I244)
 
243 Body never found and declared MIA. Memorialized at Sicily-Rome American Cemetery and Memorial, Nettuno, Lazio, Italy.

 
Balk, Theodore Florenz (I5518)
 
244 Boite mac Cináeda (also, Bodhe, Boedhe, etc) (985-1058) was a Scottish prince, son of either King Cináed mac Maíl Choluim or King Cináed mac Duib.

He was the father of Gruoch of Scotland and friend to Findláech of Moray, Macbeth's father. He arranged the marriage of Macbeth and Gruoch in 1032, which permitted Macbeth to assume the throne of Scotland in 1040. Later he was behind the short-lived ascension of Lulach of Scotland, his grandson, to the throne in 1057.

 
Boedhe (I0188)
 
245 Bonaire: Franklin D. Holland, 73, passed away on Monday October 20, 2008. Funeral services will be held at 2 PM Wednesday at the Bonaire United Methodist Church. Burial will follow in the Bonaire Cemetery. Rev. Lamar Harper and Rev. Jay Tucker will officiate.

Mr. Holland was born in Bleckley County to the late Elzie and Ruth Holland. He was a member of the Bonaire United Methodist Church, retired from Robins AFB and a US Navy veteran. He was active in the Bonaire Community for many years in youth sports and the Bonaire-Kathleen Fire Department. Following his retirement he served as a bailiff for the State Court of Houston County.

He was preceded in death by his daughter, Kathy Marie Holland, three sisters and one brother.

Survivors include his wife Emily Kay Holland of Bonaire. Children: Franklin (Wanda) Holland, Jon (Cathy) Holland all of Bonaire and Brenda Holland Oliver of Warner Robins. Sisters: Emmie Jo Hosford of Ocala, FL and Mary Madden of Elberton. Five grandsons and two granddaughters. Numerous nieces and nephews.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Bonaire United Methodist Church Chapel Fund, 144 Elm St. Bonaire, GA 31005 or the Methodist Home for Children and Youth, 304 Pierce Ave., Macon, GA 31204.
The family will receive friends from 6-8 PM Tuesday at Heritage Memorial Funeral Home.

 
Holland, Franklin D (I687)
 
246 Both George Noble, Jr. and Natalie Stewart Martin lived most of their lives in Jacksonville. They both graduated from Duval High School. He attended the University of Florida briefly before returning to Jacksonville to marry Natalie. He was employed by the City of Jacksonville for 43 years as a land surveyor, engineering draftsman and civil engineer.  Family F2965
 
247 BRADY

Jimmy Don Kennedy, 77, of Brady, formerly of Odessa, died Friday, July 12, 2013, in Brady.

Services will be scheduled at a later date. Arrangements are by Heritage Funeral Home of Brady.

He was born in Stanton. He was a postal carrier in Odessa for 32 years and worked at the post office in a management position for five years. He was a Baptist.

SURVIVORS Wife, Faye Kennedy of Brady; daughter, Brenda Perego of Odessa; son-in-law, Harlan (Skipper) Boyd of Gardendale; five grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Published in Odessa American on July 17, 2013

 
Kennedy, Jimmy Don (I304374)
 
248 Brannan David Woodham passed away February 9, 2010, in Mobile, AL. He was born in Newville, AL, on Oct. 13, 1925, the son of Cowan E. Woodham and Minnie E Brannan.

He married the love of his life Ursula Ina Tunstall in 1949. They were devoted partners until her death in 1997. Mr. Woodham's sister, Evelyn Buntin Prine; brothers, Samuel R. Woodham and Earl G. Buntin, preceded him in death.

To carry on his wisdom and principles, he leaves a daughter, Ursula W. Sweeny (Greg); sons, Dr. Branan D. Woodham (Jeffie); Brian T. Woodham (Michelle); Keith B. Woodham (Carmen); sister, Elizabeth Ann Woodham Cheeseman; nine grandchildren, Brian T. Woodham, Jr.; Brannan D. Woodham, III (Amy); Jeremy R. Woodham; Dr. Alexandra W. Brown (Luke); John E. Woodham; Christopher R. Woodham; G. Shane Sweeny; Connor D. Sweeny; Collin R. Sweeny; and great-grandson, Brayden C. Brown.

He began his work career at Brookley AFB as a 16-yr-old mechanic. After his service in the Army as an aviation cadet, he attended Alabama Polytechnic Institute (Auburn University) where he was a member of Sigma Chi fraternity and a SEC champion wrestler. After earning a Bachelor of Industrial Management in 1949, he returned to Brookley AFB to begin his professional career as a civil servant and continued his service at Kelly AFB, ending his career as Chief of Avionics Division at Robins AFB.

Mr. Woodham counted among his many blessings the members of Ashland Place UMC; the good friends with whom he played golf and enjoyed the supper club; and the privilege of cheering his Auburn Tigers for more than sixty years.

Funeral services will be held at Ashland Place UMC Sat., Feb. 13, 2010 at 2 p.m., with visitation beginning at 12 p.m. Interment will be in Mauvilla Cemetery. Arrangements are by RADNEY FUNERAL HOME, 3155 Dauphin Street Ext., Mobile, Alabama 36606.

Mobile Press-Register on February 11, 2010

 
Woodham, Brannan David (I310469)
 
249 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I294760)
 
250 Brenda Matthews

Brenda Matthews, 62, Fairburn, died Aug. 24, 2007. She was born May 18, 1946 in Fulton County. Services were at the Parrott Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Watson E. Mills officiating. Interment was at Sharpsburg Baptist Church cemetery. Survivors include her husband, Larry Matthews, Fairburn; sons, Mike Matthews, and Ken and Susie Matthews, all of Tyrone; daughters, Cortney Matthews, and Ashley Matthews, both of Fairburn; a brother, Doug Patton, Newnan; a sister, Doris Croker, Stone Mountain; and grandchildren, Michael, Christopher, and Nichols Matthews. Parrott Funeral Home, Fairburn, was in charge.

The Citizen, 4 Sep 2007 
Patton, Brenda Ruth (I300842)
 

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