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Obituary of Jesse Franklin Pollock as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Dec 1963. J. F. Pollock Dies At Delwood Home May 3rd - Causing general sorrow throughout the county was news of the death of Judge Jessie Franklin Pollock at his home in Delwood community on Tuesday May 3, 1949, at 10:30 o'clock in the morning following a short illness. Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 4, at Delwood, conducted by Elder E. J. Childs, of Pelham, a large number of friends and relatives attending. Interment followed in the church cemetery. His nephews serving as active pall bearers were Jesse Pollock, Gene Pollock, Mernie Pollock, Nathan Pollock, Coy Johnson and Joe Whitley. Serving as honorary pall bearers were Rev. J. T. Rigsby, Rev. C. L. Darley, B. C. Darley, J. W. Whitley, T. B. Whitley, J. D. Bostick, Cliff Bostick, A.G. Singleton, Lucius Collins, W. T. Pollock, J. B. Keaton, Troy Blewett, W. D. Hester and E. C. Faircloth. Mr. Pollock was 76 years of age when death came to him. He was a native of this county where he was born February 17, 1878. He was the son of the late Jessie G. Pollock and Mary NeSmith Pollock. Mr. Pollock was a farmer by profession, a hard working man, one who stood always for the right and stood firm in his convictions. Honor and integrity graced the long and worthy life of this good man. He was a member of Union Primitive Baptist Church. He was a Deacon in the church and had served for a long number of years as Clerk. Mr. Pollock had served as Notary Public and Justice of the Peace of the 1299 District of Mitchell County for a period of thirty two years. He had served for many years as trustee of Delwood school. He was Clerk of Flint River Primitive Baptist Association for two years. He was beloved by a large number of friends through the county, to whom his death has brought sorrow and sense of loss. Mr. Pollock is survived by is wife, the former Miss Mary Lou Horton, of Stewart County, to whom he was happily married October 21, 1902. Their four sons surviving are G. H. Pollock, of Albany; L. F. Pollock of Bainbridge; J. L. Polloc; and L. B. Pollock, of Camilla, and three daughters, Mrs. Harvey Wilder of Climax, Mrs. C. W. Darley of Albany; and Mrs. Maston Lambert of Climax. Surviving brothers are M. M. Pollock and T. L. Pollock of Camilla, and two sisters, Mrs. R. L. Martin of Meigs and Mrs. W. D. Hester of Bainbridge.

Obituary of Mary Lou Horton Pollock as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Jan 1963. Mrs. Mary L. Polliock Dies At Age 84 In Hospital Here - Mrs. Mary Lou Pollock, RFD 1, Camilla, resident of this county for the past sixty years, died December 31st, 1963 at 7:30 P.M. at Mitchell County Hospital in Camilla after a lengthy illness. She was eighty-four years old and the widow of the late Jessie Franklin Pollock, of Mitchell County. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon, January 2nd at 3:30 P.M. at the Delwood Baptist Church. Rev. Embree Zeigler and Rev. Lewis Crosby officiated and interment was in the church cemetery. Pallbearers were Wesley Darley, Fred Pollock, Treavor Pollock, Jimmy Pollock, Leon Pollock, Jr. and Billy Pollock. Ivey Funeral Home of Bainbridge had charge of arrangements. Mrs. Pollock was a member of Sutton Chapel Methodist Church. She was born on March lst, 1879, in Stewart County. Survivors include the following daughters, Mrs. Harvey Wilder, Climax; Mrs. Carl Darley of Albany; Mrs. Maston Lambert of Climax; the following sons, G. H. Pollock of Eastman; Judson Pollock of Rt. 1, Camilla; and Lloyd Pollock, also of Rt. 1, Camilla. Also surviving are twenty-four grandchildren and eighteen grandchildren.

Obituary of Wallace H. Williams as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Mar 1998. Wallace H. Williams - Wallace H. Williams, 80, of Climax died Wednesday, March 4, 1998, at his residence. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 7, at Cox Funeral Chapel, Bainbridge, with Dr. Charles Pollock and the Rev. Lowell Layman officiating. Burial will be in Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Decatur County. Pallbearers are Cecil Thornton, Chris DeWick, Treavor Lee Pollock, Treavor Pollock, Donald Pollock, and Jimmy Pollock. Born Aug. 23, 1917, in Decatur County, Williams was a retired supervisor for Southern Bell of Bainbridge having worked with them for 30 years. He was a U.S. Army vertern of World War II having served in the South Pacific. He was a member of the Pioneers Club, life member of V.F.W. Post #4904, and a member of the Ameican Legion Post #62 in Bainbridge. He was a member of Sutton Chapel United Methodist Church, Decatur County. Survivors include one sister, Pauline Carmack of San Diego, Calif.; four nephews, James Williams of Fuquay-Varina, N.C., Douglas Williams of Climax, Thomas F. Williams of Tampa, Fla., and D. W. Williams of Vada; four nieces, Yvonne Lockner of Santa Cruz, Calif., Max Van Nutt of Rossville, Katherine Mae Tyre of Spring, Texas, and Janna Miller of Stone Mountain; and two cousins, Treavor Pollock and Jimmy Pollock, voth of Camilla. Visitation for family and friends will be held 7-9 p.m. Friday, March 6, at Cox Funeral Home, Bainbridge.Cox Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.

Obituary of Marie Horton Barge as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated May 1997. Marie Horton Barge, 74, of Lumpkin died Wednesday, May 14, 1997, at Four County Health Care, Richland. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 17th, at Sardis United Methodist Church with the Rev. Jeff Brown and Rev. Neal Hager officiating Burial will be buried in Sardis United Methodist Church Cemetery, Stewart County. Pallbearers are Tom Overby, Fred Overby, Bran Morris, David Wilson, Mike Wilson, York Carter, and Shawn Carter. Honorary pallbearers are Buster Overy, John Willet Wilson, Melvin Carter, Harold Carter, and Oscar Horton. Born Dec. 10, 1922, in Stewart County, Mrs. Barge was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Comer Horton. She was a homemaker, married to the late Branche Hill Barge Sr. who died in 1994. She was an active member of Sardis United Methodist Church. Survivors include three sons, John Warren Barge of Lumpkin, Joe Perkins Barge of Camilla and Branche Hill Barge Jr. of Macon; four sisters, Annie Leigh Culliver of Columbus, Ruth Farrington of Winter Spring, Fla., Juanita Prince of Conyers, and Louise Sadler of Issaquah, Wash.; six grandchildren, one great-grandchild, and three step greatgrandchildren. Memorials may be made to the Sardis United Methodist Church, Rt. 1 Box 32 A, Lumpkin, Ga. 31825. L.B. Smith Funeral Home, Richland, has charge of arrangements.

Obituary of Fred Lamar Pollock as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Feb 16, 1945. Son Of Mr. And Mrs. J. F. Pollock Is Mitchell's Twenty-Fourth Casualty Private Fred Lamar Pollock, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Pollock, of the Delwood community, gave his life on Luzon, one of the Philippine Islands, on January 15th, according to the War Department message received by his parents, Monday. He becomes the twenty-fourth Mitchell Countian to pay the supreme sacrifice in World War II, according to the record being kept (as accurately as is possible) by this paper. Pvt. Pollock would have been thirty-one years old tomorrow, (February 17), the day which is also his father's birthday. He attended school at Delwood and at Hopeful and engaged in farming for several years later going to New York where he worked in various positions before entering the Army. Entering the service in May, 1942, he was sent to Fort Knox, Ky. where he took his basic training and was assigned to an armored unit. Later he was moved to Camp Campbell, Ky. And thence to Camp Chaffee, Arkansas. Prior to going overseas he was returned to Fort Knox for six weeks leaving the States in September for New Guinea. In New Guinea he was transferred from the armored units to an Infantry Division and the last letter which has been received by his family was written December 20 in which he stated that he was at sea but could not tell where he was going. It has been assumed that he participated in the first invasions of the Philippines and died in one of the subsequent landings on Luzon, the Island upon which Manilla is located. The death of Private Pollock marks the first break in the family circle of the eight children of Mr. and Mrs. Pollock. Besides his parents, he is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Harvey Wilder, Climax; Mrs. C. L. Darley, Albany; and Mrs. Malcolm Lambert, Whigham. His brothers are G. H. Pollock, Albany; Leon Pollock, Bainbridge; Judson Pollock, Camilla; and Lloyd B. Pollock, Savannah. His mother is the former Miss Mary Lou Horton, of Stewart County. The sympathy of a host of friends is extended the family in their sorrow.

Obituary of Murnice Pollock as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Sep 1992. Murnice Pollock, 74, of Camilla died Sunday, Sept. 27, 1992 at his residence. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 29, at Delwood Baptist Church with the Rev. Carlvin Arnold, the Rev. Tommy Long and Dr. Charles Pollock officiating. Burial was held in Delwood Cemetery. Pallbearer were Durward Pollock, Stacey Darley, J. E. Foister, Jim Cornell, Sam Pollock and Jerry Pollock. Born in Mitchell County Aug. 23, 1918, Pollock had lived his entire life in Mitchell County. He was a retired farmer and pulpwood dealer. He was a very active member of Delwood Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Anna Smith Pollock of Camilla; a daughter, Myra Kosoff of Albany; a son, Tommy Pollock of Clemson, S.C.; three grandchildren, Stephanie Starling of Albany, Mitchell Pollock and Ashley Pollock, both of Clemson, S.C.; five sisters, Kate Henderson and Rena Darley of Bainbridge, Flonnie Daley of Bradenton, Fla., Melvene Cornell of Zepher Hills, Fla., and Edith Morse of Climax; three borthers, Gene Pollock and Dr. Charles Pollock of Bainbridge, and Nathan Pollock of Camilla.

Obituary of Carrie Crosson Williams Powell as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Jun 4, 1999. Carrie Crosson Williams Powell, 90, of Pelham died Thursday, June 3, 1999, at Hospitality Care Center in Thomasville. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 5, at Timmons Funeral Chapel with the Rev. J. E. Autry officiating. Burial will be in Mizpah Cemetery in Grady County. Born Sept. 14 1908, in Mitchell County, Mrs. Powell was the daughter of the late Brown Crosson and Ella Underwood Crosson. She was a homemaker, the widow of the late Floyd Williams and the late John Powell. She was a member of the Mount Vernon Baptist Church. Survivors include three sons, Donald Williams, Frank Williams and Winston Williams, all of Pelham; two daughters, Betty Montine Brown of Locust Grove, and Barbara Maddox of Valdosta; 15 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held 7-8:30 p.m. Friday, June 4, at Timmons Funeral Home. Timmons Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.

Obituary of Judson Lee Pollock as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Sep 1997. Judson Pollock Found Dead In His Automobile - Judson Lee Pollock, fifty-six year old Mitchell County farmer of the Delwood community, was found dead in his automobile around ten o'clock, Monday night, the car having rolled over an embankment where the Boat Landing Road crosses the River Road, the car coming to rest against a pine tree. Mr. Pollock's head had crashed through the windshield. Mr. Pollock's wife said that her two sons picked peanuts on the farm until nine o'clock and when they came in she told them their father had not come home and she was worried. They went in search of him and after an hour happened to notice part of the sign on the road pointing left to the County Boat Landing had been torn down. They looked over the embankment and saw the car. Mr. Pollock was rushed to the Mitchell County Hospital where he was pronounced deal on arrival. It was estimated by the family and those investigating that Mr. Pollock had probably suffered a heart attack or seizure causing the car to crash. Funeral services will be held this afternoon, Wednesday, September 6th, at three-thirty o'clock at the Delwood Baptist Church where he was a long time member. Rev. Calvin Culbertson, pastor, and Rev. Earl Childs will officiate and interment will be in the Delwood Cemetery. Mr. Pollock was born October 26, 1910, son of the late Frank Pollock and Mary Lou Horton Pollock. He farmed in the Delwood community all of his life with the exception of during world war II he worked at the Jacksonville Shipyards. Survivors include his wife, the former Mary Nell Wilder; two sons, Treavor and Jimmy, both of Rt. 1, Camilla; two daughters, Mrs. Eugene Singleton, Rt. 1, Camilla; Miss Mary Ogle Pollock, of Albany; two grandchildren; two brothers G. H. Pollock of Atlanta and Loyd Pollock of Rt. 1, Camilla; three sisters, Mrs. Harvey Wilder of Climax and Mrs. Maston Lambert of Climax also, and Mrs. Carl Darley of Albany.

Obituary of Leon F. Pollock as written in the Bainbridge newspaper dated 14 Jul 1960. Funeral Held For Mr. Leon F. Pollock, Prominent Farmer - Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 12 at Dellwood Baptist Church for Mr. Leon F. Pollock, 52, a prominent Decatur County farmer. Mr. Pollock, a native of Mitchell County, has lived in Decatur County 23 years and was a member of the Mt. Pleasant church. He died in Memorial Hospital Monday morning following a brief illness. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Maggie Bell Dean Pollock; one daughter, Mrs. Albert Josey of Brinson; two sons, Leon F. Pollock, Jr. and William Herbert Pollock, both of Bainbridge; his mother, Mrs. Mary Lou Pollock of Camilla; three grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Harvey Wilder of Climax, Mrs. Carl Darley of Albany and Mrs. Maston Lambert of Cairo; three brothers; G.H. Pollock of Attapulgus, Judson and Lloyd Pollock, both of Camilla. Interment was in Dellwood Cemetery in Mitchell County with Reverend E. R. Cloud and Reverend Ira Crump officiating. Active pallbearers were: Dave Thompson, Woodrow Darley, Tilman Dean, Earl Keaton, J. C. Smith and Richard Smith. Serviig as honorary pallbearers were Brantley Harrell, Alfred Rogers, Louis Wynne, Morris Michael, Mark Willis, Wilmer Willis, Roy Drinkwater, Swinton Keaton, Joe Brock. Clarence Martin, Ellis Davis, Gordon Dean, Clarence Brock, Andrew Avery, Charlie Will Harrell, Jason Brinson, Lawrence Dean, Charlie Wade Brock, Hansel Brock, Richard Bearden. W. R. Day, William B. Glover, J. C. Dollar, Hubert Dollar, Joe Dollar, M. O. Murphy, Charlie Faircloth, Levy Harrell, Solmon Green, Russell Sullivan, Ben Whitley, Jake Wolffe, R. L. Horn, Emmet Horn, Roy Boutwell and Jessie Poitevint. Cox Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Obituary of Leon F. Pollock Jr as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated UNKNOWN. Mr. Leon F. Pollock, Jr., 54, of Port St. Joe, Fla., passed away Thursday morning at his home following an extended illness. A native of Bainbridge, he served in the U.S. Air Force and then went to the University of Georgia, where he received a master's degree in political science. He has been a resident of Port St. Joe for the past 20 years, owning the local Sears Catalog Store. He also was a Rotarian. Survivors include three sons, Leon F. Pollock III and William E. Pollock, both of Tallahassee, and Judson L. Pollock of Port St. Joe; one daughter, Elizabeth E. Pollock of Tallahassee; one brother, William H. Pollock, and one sister, Clara Jean Josey, both of Bainbridge. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. EDT today at the graveside in Holly Hill Cemetery, conducted by the Rev. David Fernandez. Interment will follow.

Obituary of Michael L. Pollock as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Sep 1997. Michael L. Pollock - Michael L. Pollock, 46, of Bainbridge, formerly of Mitchell County, died Sunday, Aug. 31, 1997, at his home. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday, Sept. 1, at Delwood Baptist Church with the Rev. Donna Bevels, Rev. Ron Thompson, and the Rev. Calvin Arnold officiating. Burial was in Delwood Baptist Church Cemetery. Pallbearers were Tracy Horne, Donald Wilson, Stacy Smith, Ricky Smith, Russell Worek, Michael Mathis, Tommy Nix, and William Gossett. Born March 13, 1951, in Mitchell County, Pollock was the son of Loyd B. Pollock and Mildred Trammell Pollock. He was an electronic technician with Shaw Industries, Inc., Bainbridge. He was a 1970 graduate of Mitchell County High School and received an associations of science degree in electrical engineering from Bainbridge College. He was a member of Delwood Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Paula Harrell Pollock of Bainbridge; two daughter, Michele Pollock and Melissa Pollock, both of Bainbridge; mother, Mildred Trammell Pollock of Camilla; and brother, Fred D. Pollock of Hendersville, Tenn.

Obituary of Thelma Pollock Wilder as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Dec 1989. Thelma Wilder - Thelma Wilder, 86, of Climax, died Friday, Dec. 8, 1989, at Palmyra Park Hospital in Albany. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Monday, Dec. 11, at Delwood Baptist Church with the Rev. Joe Brinkley officiating. Burial followed in Delwood Cemetery. Mrs. Wilder was born in Mitchell County on Aug. 26, 1903. She lived in Decatur County for the past 50 years. She was a housewife and a member of the Antioch Baptist Church. Survivors include three daughters, Louise Williamson and Ola Wilder of Albany, and Anne Logue of Climax; one brother, Lloyd Pollock of Camilla; two sisters, Hazel Lambert of Climax and Mildred Darley of Albany; and two grandsons, David A. Avant III of Tallahassee, Fla., and Patrick Williamson of Albany. Pallbearers were Wayne Thomas, Larry Jones, Treavor Pollock, Jimmy Pollock, Billy Pollock, Wesley Darley, Johnny Lambert and Michael Pollock. Cox Funeral Home of Bainbridge had charge of arrangements.

Obituary of Rena Pollock Darley as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated UNKNOWN. Rena Darley - Rena Darley, 93, of Bainbridge died Monday, Jan. 9, 1995, at Memorial Manor in Bainbridge. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 12, at Delwood Baptist Church in Mitchell County with the Rev. James Riherd and Dr. Charles Pollock officiating. Burial will be held in Delwood Cemetery. Born in Mitchell County on Feb. 25, 1901, Mrs. Darley had lived in Decatur County most of her life. She was a housewife, married to the late Warner Greene Darley. She was a member of Delwood Baptist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Collie Mae Dollar of Albany; three sons, Howard Darley of Bainbridge, Talmadge Darley of Homosassa Springs, Fla., and Donnie Darley of Palm Harbor, Fla; four sisters, Edith Morse of Climax, Flonnie Daley of Bradenton, Fla., and Melvene Cornell of Zephyrhills, Fla; three brothers, Dr. Charles Pollock and Gene Pollock both of Bainbridge, and Nathan Pollock of Camilla; 21 grandchildren, 27 great-grandchildren, and six great-great-grandchildren. Visitation will be held Wednesday, Jan. 11, from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at the Cox Funeral Home in Bainbridge. Cox Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.

Obituary of Watson Darley as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Aug 30, 1994. Watson Darley - Watson Darley, 78, of Bainbridge died Monday, Aug. 29, 1994, at his residence. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 31, at Ivey Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Ed Harrell officiating. Burial will be in Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery, Vada. Pallbearers are Greg Darley, Shawn Darley, Bobby Darley and Ehrlich Darley. Born June 28, 1916, in Mitchell County, Darley was a retired farmer and auto mechanic. He repaired bicycles at his home for many years for needy children. He was a member of Delwood Baptist Church in Mitchell County. Survivors include his wife, Eunice Sellers Darley of Bainbridge; two sons, Nelson Darley of Bainbridge and Kenneth Darley of McDonough; a daughter, Pat D. Rentz of Bainbridge; a sister, Annie Bearden of Climax; five grandchildren, and one great-greatson. Ivy Funeral Home in Bainbridge has charge of arrangements.

Obituary of James Preston Singleton as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Dec 23, 1981. James Preston Singleton - Mr. James Preston Singleton, age 86, of Rt. 2, Camilla, died at the Pelham Parkway Nursing Home Monday, December 14, after a lengthy illness. He was born in Mitchell County, October 14, 1895 [son of Nancy Williams Crosson Singleton and James A. Singleton]. He had lived his entire life in the Vada Community and was a retired farmer. He was a member of the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. Funeral services were held Wednesday, December 16, at 2:00 from the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church with interment in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Rev. Johnny Roberts officiated. He is survived by his wife, Georgia M. Dean Singleton, of Pelham; one daughter, Mrs. Katherine Louise Reynolds, of Albany; two sons, James Edward Singleton, of Pelham and George Lester Singleton, of Climax; one sister, Mrs. Nannie Poitevint, of Bainbridge; nine grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Cox Funeral Home of Bainbridge in charge of arrangements.

Obituary of Charlie Mae Singleton Worsham as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Jul 23, 1980. Last Rites Conducted For Mrs. Worsham - Mrs. Charlie Mae Singleton Worsham, age 73, died Monday night, July 21, at her home in Camilla, after an extended illness. Services will be held today, Wednesday, July 23, at 4:00 from the Chapel of the Parker Funeral Home. Rev. Wade Dyches will officiate. Interment will follow in the Oak View Cemetery. Mrs. Worsham was a native of Mitchell County. Her parents were the late Albert Gordon and Ida Mae Crosson Singleton. She was a member of the Camilla Southside Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, Levie Worsham of Camilla; four daughters, Mrs. Jean Farmer and Mrs. Scarlet Elizabeth Stetter, both of Albany, Mrs. Madge Irene Harrington, of Falls Church, Va., and Betty Jane Chitwood, of Montgomery, Ala., six sons, Ward Worsham, Charles Worsham, and Johnny Worsham, all of Camilla, Joe Worsham, of Bronson, Fla., James Worsham, of Selma, Calif., and Tex Worsham, of Blakely, Ga., one sister, Mrs. Maxine Congrove, of Springfield, Mass.; one brother, Dorsey Singleton, of Albany, Ga.; twenty seven grandchildren, thirteen great-grandchildren. Grandsons will be pallbearers. Parker Funeral Home in charge of arrangments.

Obituary of Lela Pollock Snipes as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Dec 1995. Lela Pollock Snipes Lela Pollock Snipes, 79, of Pelham died Tuesday, Dec. 12, 1995, at her home. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14, at Union Grove Baptist Church with the Revs. Steve Wooten, Roger Brinkley, Marvin Snipes and William Snipes Jr. officiating. Burial was in Union Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were Marty Snipes, Billy Snipes, Todd Snipes, Ricky Snipes, Ken Snipes, Troy Snipes, Chad Brinkley, Rod Brinkley, Mike Snipes and Steven Snipes. Born April 11, 1916, in Mitchell County, Mrs. Snipes was the daughter of the late William Harvey Pollock and Bitha Kierce Pollock. She was a homemaker married to the late William Norwood Snipes. She was a member of Union Grove Baptist Church. Survivors include six sons, Thurman Snipes, Henry Snipes and W. Snipes, all of Pelham, Marvin Snipes of Live Oak, Fla., William N. Snipes Jr. of Tennille, and Robert Snipes of Dublin; three daughters, Yvonne Smith of Powder Springs, Leanear Parlette of Pelham, and Sue Brinkley of Cairo; a brother, Lee Pollock of Pelham; a sister, Florence Pollock of Pelham; 23 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. Timmons Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

Obituary of Jesse Harvey Pollock as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated May 1991. Jessie Harvey Pollock - Jessie Harvey Pollock, 60, of Pelham, died Monday, April 29, at Pelham Nursing Home in Pelham. Funeral services were held Wednesday, May 1, at 11 a.m. at the Braswell Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. James Riherd officiated and Lester Parks assisted. Burial was in the Pelham Cemetery. Born Nov. 18, 1930, he was the son of the late Mr. And Mrs. Cleveland P. Pollock. He was a member of Union Grove Baptist Church. Survivors include two brothers, Doc Pollock and Gordon Pollock, both of Albany; two sisters, Louise Green of Cairo and Margie Williams of Arcadia, Fla.; and 14 nieces and nephews. Active pallbearers were Chris Pollock, Tony Buck, Randall Pollock, Ricky Kennedy, Jim Kennedy and Paul Faulk. Braswell Funeral Home of Pelham was in charge of arrangements.

Obituary of Willie H. Pollock as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated Feb 1992. Willie H. Pollock - Willie H. Pollock, 67, of Albany died Monday, Feb. 24, 1992, at Phoebe Putney Hospital. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 27, in the Parker Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Jack Alderman in charge. Burial was held in the Cool Springs Cemetery near Sale City. Pallbearers were nephews. Pollock was born on Sept. 1, 1924, in Colquitt County, the son of the late Roscoe C. Pollock and Mamie Howard. He was a retired appliance salesman. He was a veteran of the U.S. Army Korea Conflict. His wife was the late Eloise Pollock. Survivors include three daughters, Wylene P. Sweat of Baconton, Lona (Doll) Bell of Gilbert, S.C., and Gisele Butler of Albany; a son, Nelson Pollock of Lithia, Fla.; three stepsons, Charles Killibrew, Randall Killibrew and Johnny Killibrew, all of Albany; two brothers, Claude Pollock of Sale City, and Tom Pollock of Camilla; four sisters, Annie Bell Corbin of Camilla, Ruth Bass of Hartsfield, Rubye High of Camilla and Meryle Hornsby of Albany; and nine grandchildren. Parker Funeral Home had charge of the arrangements.

Obituary of Gasoway Horton Pollock as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated 1987. G.H. Pollock, age 81, of Rt. 2, Climax, died Monday, April 27, at his residence after a lengthy illness. Funeral services were held in the Delwood Baptist Church on Thursday, April 30, at 11:00 a.m. with Rev. Jack Clark and Rev. Louis Atkinson officiating. Burial was held in the Delwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were Wesley Darley, Jimmy Pollock, Treaver Pollock, Michael Pollock, John Moore, and Johnny Lambert. Mr. Pollock was born in Mitchell County, April 26, 1906. He had made his home in the Climax Community for the past 14 years. He was a retired carpenter and a member of the Climax Baptist Church. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Virginia Hall Pollock, of Climax; one son, Grady Pollock, of Climax; three daughters, Mrs. Glenda Thomas, of Climax, Mrs. Margie Taggart, of San Jose, California, and Mrs. Patricia Dawes, of Rye, New York; seven grandchildren; one brother, Lloyd Pollock, of Camilla; three sisters, Mrs. Mildred Darley, of Albany, Mrs. Thelma Wilder, of Climax and Mrs. Hazel Lambert, of Climax. Cox Funeral Home of Bainbridge had charge of arrangements.


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