of people who either lived in Mitchell County or were related to residents
Obituary of Maggie Taylor Cannon as written in "UNKNOWN" dated prob 1957. Mrs. Cannon Dies at Cairo; Rites Today - CAIRO - Final rites were held today for Mrs. Maggie Taylor Cannon, 79, who died Tuesday in Tallahassee where she had made her home with a daughter for the past several years. The funeral was held at the First Baptist Church at 11:00 a. m. and interment followed in Cairo Cemetery. In charge were Dr. Stanley R. Hahn, the church pastor, and the Rev. Ray Tindall, pastor of East Hill Baptist Church in Tallahassee. Mrs. Cannon was a native of Mitchell County, where she was born May 4, 1878, the daughter of the late George Floyd and Sara Jane Cox Taylor, pioneer settlers. She lived in Cairo 56 years and was he widow of the late Hugh G. Cannon, who died in 1933. A member of the Baptist church, she was acive in the church and social life of this community. Survivors include her two daughters, Miss Margaret Cannon, Tallahassee, and Mrs. J. R. Dunn, Chicago, Ill.; a son, George W. Cannon, Baton Rouge, La.; two sisters, Mrs. Thomas Hodges, Bainbridge, and Mrs. Nora Grey, Mitchell County; seven brothers, Robert C. Taylor, Camilla, Joseph Taylor, Albany, Ben Taylor, Tampa, and Louie, James, Russ, and Edward Taylor, all of Mitchell County, and four grandchildren. Clark Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Obituary of Ruby Burnum as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated 1981. Funeral Services For Mrs. Ruby Burnum Today - Funeral services for Mrs. Ruby Burnum of Route 2, Camilla, Ga whodied Tuesday, July 14 at Memorial Hospital In Bainbridge, Ga., will be held today, Wednesday, July 15 at 3:00 in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. Mrs. Burnum was 75 years of age, a native of Mitchell County, where she had lived her entire life, a housewife and a member of Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. She is survived by her husband, Mr. Wiley Oliver Burnum, of Camilla; two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Keeffe, of Nashville, Ga., and Mrs. Emogene Jarvis of Newton, Ga.; one granddaughter, Mrs. Rhonda Pate of Albany, Ga.; one sister, Mrs. Avy Singleton, of Camilla. Cox Funeral Home of Bainbridge will have charge of arrangements.
Obituary of Wiley O. Burnum as written in "The Camilla Enterprise" dated 1981. Funeral Services For Mr. Wiley O. Burnum - Mr. Wiley O. Burnum, age 81, of Route 2, Camilla, died WWednesday July 15th at the Mitchell County Hospital in Camilla after a lengthy illness. He had lived most of his life in Mitchell County. He was born February 13, 1900, son of the late Thomas Oliver Burnum and Amanda Williams Burnum. He was a retired farmer and also retired as a school bus driver for the Mitchell County School System. He was a member and active deacon of the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. He was also the oldest living member of the church. Mr. Burnum's wife,Mrs. Ruby Burnum, preceded him in death by just one day, passing on July 14th. Funeral services will be held today, Friday at 3:00 at the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. Rev. Johnny Roberts and Rev. Alton Thomas will officiate. Interment will be held in the church cemetery. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Keeffe, Of Nashville, Ga. and Mrs. Emogene Jarvis of Newton; one granddaughter, Mrs. Rhonda Pate of Albany; two sisters, Mrs. Audie Darley, of Camilla and Mrs. Atherlone Barrett, of Cairo, Ga. Cox Funeral Home of Bainbridge in charge of arrangements.
Obituary of Jewell Simpson Owens McGraw as written in "prob The Cairo Messenger" dated Nov 1979. Jewell S. Owens Passes Away Nov 20th - Mrs. Jewell S. Owens McGraw passed away Nov 20, 1979 at Archibold Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Nov 21, 1979 at the First Baptist Church with Rev. Robert Franklin, pastor, officiating. Interment followed in the Greenwood Cemetery. Her grandsons acted as active pallbearers. They are Joseph Noles, Ronald Owens, Mike Owens, Arthur D. Owens, Jr., Bobby Owens, and Larry Wynn. Members of the Board of Deacons of First Baptist Church served as Honorary Pallbearers. Mrs. McGraw was born in Mitchell County September 20, 1901 to the late Charlie A. Simpson and Fannie Mae Tipper Simpson. She married Walter N. Owens, Sr. who died January 2, 1933. She later married Henry H. McGraw who died March of 1953. She spend 36 years in this county and was a homemaker and member of First Baptist Church of Cairo. Survivors include: 3 sons, Aubrey Owens, Thomasville, Ga., Dewey Owens, Cairo, and Walter N. Owens, Jr, Cairo; 2 daughters, Mrs. Johnnie Mae Wynn and Mrs. Willowdean Noles, both of Cairo; 15 grandchildren; 21 great grandchildren; 5 brothers, Carroll Simpson, Alex Simpson, both of Moultrie, GA., Charlie A. Simpson of Pennsylvania, Robert Simpson of Valdosta and Richard Simpson of Lumpkin, Ga.; 5 sisters, Mrs. Ruby Nelms, Tampa, Fla., Mrs. Florence Fain of Ochlocknee, Ga., Mrs. Eunice Hopkins of Smithville, Ga., Mrs. Ethel Crosby of Moultrie, Ga., and Mrs. Ester Justice of Cairo., Clark Funeral Home of Cairo was in charge of arrangements.
Obituary of Homer Lee Newsome as written in "UNKNOWN" dated UNKNOWN. Homer Lee Newsome Claimed By Death - Homer Lee Newsome, eithy-one year old resident of Mt. Pleasant community, died last saturday morning at an early hour after an illness of about eight months. Funeral services took place Sunday afternoon at 4:00 P.M. at Mt. Pleasant Church with Reb. B. T. Barskdale, Rev. A. B. Thomas and Rev. marion Vincent officiating, interment following in the church cemetery. Pallbearers included Rpy Beasley, Ed Avery, Barney Newsome, Dennis Newsome, A. M. Newsome, Malcolm Sellers, Angus Sellers, Brady Newsome and J. T. Newsome. A large group of friends serveed as honorary pallbearers including Henry Stpehens, Roy Glover, A. A. Parker, Emory Rich, Harvey Dollar, Roy Drinkwater, Frank S. Jones, Maston O'Neal, J. R. Reese, Ben Woodbury, Carl Brock, Levi Harrell, Joe Dollar, Sr., Cliff Bostick, Andrew Avery, Rayford Faircloth, Herman Thornton, Warner Harrell, Will Harrell, Bowen Brock, Jessie Brock, Donil Dean, George Fokael, A. E. White, Sr., Emory Dollar, Lonnie Williams, Jule Ehrlich, Joe McDuffie, Jimmy Cliett, Ralph Wells, Clifford Wells, Everett Rich, J. C. Hooten, W. A. Pittman, M. R. Gaines, Branson Harrison, W. K. Sullivan, John E. Drake, Lee A. Parker, Dr. R. F. Wheat, Gordon Chason, L. W. Willis. The deceased had been a resident of this county for sixty-two years. A retired grocer and farmer, he was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Newsome of Mitchell County. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Livonia Ray Newsome, and the following children: J. A. Newsome, Mrs. C. E. Brock, Bainbridge; Mrs. T. E. Davis, Mrs. E. E. Dean, Climax; Mrs. A. J. Sellers, Jacksonville, Fla; Mrs. Cecil H. Bowie, Mrs. A. M. Green, Mt. Dora, Fla; L. F. Newsome, Plant City, Fla; Mrs. H. S. Dollar, Eustis, Fla. One sister who survives is Mrs. Hattie Martin, Bainbridge.
Obituary of Ora Brooks Taylor as written in "UNKNOWN" dated UNKNOWN. Mrs. Ora Brooks Taylor Died After Long Illness Here - Friends will be very regretful to learn of the death of Mrs. Ora Brooks Taylor, wife of the late Jacob B. Taylor. She died after an illness of three months of infirmities of old age in the home her daughter, Mrs. E. R. Stribling of this city, yesterday. Funeral arrangements were made for eleven o'clock this morning at Whiddon's Funeral Home. Rev. Bridges officiated, assisted by Rev. Paul B. L_ath, and interment took place at the Union Cemetery in Mitchell County. Pallbearers were her grandsons, Dorsey Bullard, Wallace Anderson, Talmadge White, John Causey, Dan Folsom, Brimm Causey. Honorary, Jasper Davis, George Williams, Grady Mercier, A. G. Vann, Jack Clark, and John Alexander. Beautiful Isle of Somewhere and In the Sweet Bye and Bye were sung at the services. Mrs. Taylor was born in Camilla, May 27th, 1864, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brooks. She was married in Camilla. Mr. Brooks died March 19th, 1914 and is interred at Union Cemetery at Camilla. Mrs. Brooks has been a resident of this city for fifteen years coming from Mitchell county. She was a noble Christian woman and her long and useful life was filled with good deeds and kindly acts for those she called her own and many others that she met in her contacts over the many years that she spared to live. Surviving are Mrs. W. R. Lindeton, Mrs. E. R. Stribling, Mrs. D. W. Bullard, Pelham, W. R. Taylor, Crawfordville, Fla., Coyle Taylor, Tampa, Fla. Among those who attended the last sad rites were mr.and Mrs. C. J. Pope and family, Bainbridge, Mrs. A. M. Smith, Mrs. Berry Smith, Mrs. Walter Winslow, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mills, Mr. and Mrs. James Smith of Jacksonville.
Obituary of Hazel Tipper Colas as written in "UNKNOWN" dated Oct 1987. COLAS - Hazel Tipper Colas on Monday, October 5, 1987 at 9:30 a. m. Wife of the late Joseph Colas. Mother of Hazel A. Thibodeaux, Calvin M. Atkinson and Johnny S. Atkinson. Sister of Nan Bennett, Francis Stokes and Earl Tipper. Survived by 8 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. Age 71 years. A native of Camilla, Ga. and a resident of St. Bernard Parish for 37 years. Relatives and friends of the family also members of the St Bernard Jubiles. Our Lady of Lourdes Senior Citizens Club and D. A. V. Chapter No. 36 Ladies Auxilliary are invited to attend the funeral services from the St. Bernard Memorial Funderal Home, 7701 St. Bernard Highway, Arabi, La. on Wednesday, October 7, 1987 at 11:00 o'clock a.m. Baptist services in the parlor, interment in Lake Lawn Park Mausoleum. Friends may call from 6:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m. Tuesday after 8:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Obituary of Susie Lee Tipper Thompson as written in "UNKNOWN" dated UNKNOWN. Mrs. Thompson Buried Sunday At Macedonia - Funeral services for Mrs. Buford Thompson, 60, of Auburndale, Fla., former Mitchell County resident, were held at 2 P.M. Sunday at Macedonia Baptist Church near Pelham, the Revs. A. J. Cook and Eugene Miller officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery with Braswell Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Thompson, the former Miss Susie Lee Tipper of Camilla, died Thursday at Lakeland Hospital, Lakeland, Fla., following a brief illness. She was a member of Macedonia Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband; her mother, Mrs. Emma Lee Tipper, Camilla; three brothers and four sisters.
Obituary of Emma Lorine Tipper McMillan as written in "UNKNOWN" dated Nov 1974. McMILLAN - Mrs. Emma Lorine Tipper McMillan on Saturday, November 2, 1974 at 12:30 p.m., mother of Mrs. Margaret Nasworthy and James Marcus McMillan; sister of Mrs. Hazel Colas, Mrs. Nannie Lou Bennett, Mrs. Frances Stokes, Clarence and Earl Tipper, also survived by 11 grandchildren, 1 great-granddaughter and a number of nieces and nephews; age 59 years, native of Georgia and a resident of New Orleans for the past 23 years. Relatives and friends of the family, also employees of the Dietary Department of Charity Hospital, are invited to attend the funeral. Services from the St. Bernard Funeral Home of Lamona-Panna-Fallo, Inc. 7701 St. Bernard Highway, corner of Norton St., Arabi, on Monday, November 4, 1974 at 2:00 p.m. with religious services in the parlor. Interment St. Bernard Memorial Garden.
Obituary of Beauford Clyde Thompson as written in "UNKNOWN" dated UNKNOWN. B. C. Thompson - MEIGS, Ga. - Beauford Clyde Thompson, 66, of Rt. 1, Meigs, died Saturday night at Archibold Memorial Hospital in Thomasville following a brief illness. The funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Macedonia Baptist Church in Grady County with Braswell Funeral Home of Pelham in charge. The body will rest at the church from 2 p.m. until the funeral hour. Survivors include three brothers, Andrew Thompson of Pavo, W. L. Thompson of Cairo, and Jim Thompson of Pelham, and two sisters, Mrs. Boyd Gordon of Palm Harbor, Fla., and Mrs. Gus Norton of Meigs.
Obituary of Marvin Roscoe Pollock as written in "UNKNOWN" dated Jun 1988. Funeral Services Held For Marvin Roscoe Pollock - Mr. Marvin Roscoe "Slim" Pollock, 68, passed away June 8, 1988, at his residence at 610 5th Street S.E., Cairo. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Friday, June 10, 1988 at the Eastside Baptist Church with Rev. Jere Hendricks and Rev. W. E. Pledger officiating. Interment followed in the Greenwood Cemetery. Active pallbearers were Donald Pollock, Terry Pollock, Larry Pollock, Ricky Pollock, Kevin Pollock, and Claxton Hurst. Mr. Pollock was born in Mitchell County, Ga. on October 9, 1922, to the late John Turner and Lizzie Golden Allen Pollock. He was married to the late Beth Lou Cox October 11, 1947 in Cairo. She died April 19, 1987. Mr. Pollock has been a resident of Grady County for 38 years. He was employed as a food procesor at Roddenbery's and was a member of the Eastside Baptist Church. Survivorsinclude two sons, Dennis W. Pollock of Thomasville and Alan T. Pollock, of Cairo; one brother, John Loyd Pollock of Bainbridge, Ga.; two grandsons, John William Hampton Pllock and Ronald Allan Pollock, both of Thomasville; one granddaughter, Jennifer Lynee Pollock of Thomasville and Judith S. Pollock, of Cairo. Miller Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
Obituary of Emma Darley Pollock as written in "The Camilla Enterpise" dated 1983. Emma Darley Pollock - Mrs. Emma Darley Pollock, 97, died March 1983 in the Memorial Manor Nursing Home. Funderal services were held March 24 at 2 p.m., at the Calvary baptist Church with the Rev. Henry Jones, the Rev. Carl garnett and the Rev. Neal officiating. Burial followed at the Oak City Cemetery. Mrs. Pollock was born in Mitchell County. She had lived the past 40 years in Bainbridge. Mrs. Pollock was a homemaker and member of the calvary baptist Church and of the Philathia Sunday School class. Survivors include one son, Mr. A. G. Pollock, Columbus; two daughters, Mrs. Janie Pollock Bullard, Bainbridge, Mrs. Vernice Pollock Harrison, Camilla; one sister, Mrs. Elsie West, Pelham; 19 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren, and eight great-great grandchildren. Active pallbearers were Ronnie Carter, Tony Pollock, Ashley Pollock, Richard Rowlins, Earnest Flournay, and Lamar Darley. Honorary pallbearers were Leon Lynn, Mac braswell, Vernon Glenn, Lewis Jones, George Ward, Agnew Wright, W. A. Underwood, L. B. Gray, James Floyd, Johnson Parker, Reuben Neely, Woodrow Darley, Earnest Darley, Bebe Pollock, Crawford Darley, Henry Bridges, Sydney Cochran, W. T. Ward, E. W. Hurst, Sr., James D. Darley, Bill Canoon, and Harmon Holt. Ivey Funeral Home was in charge of arrangments.
Obituary of Lenora June Hays Sawyer as written on page 2 of "The Camilla Enterprise" dated 22 Apr 1955. Camilla, Georgia. Mrs. G. B. Sawyer died Saturday night at 10:00 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Davis, in Panama City, Fla., following an illness of several months. She had just recently gone to Panama City to visit Mrs. Davis when her condition worsened and the end came. Her body was brought back to her home in Mitchell County and funeral services were held Monday morning, April 18, at Hopeful Baptist Church. The pastor, Rev. Rittenhouse, officiated. The Branchville choir sang such comforting hymns as Be Thou Near and The Christians Goodnight. Grandsons of Mrs. Sawyer serving as pallbearers were Harry, Clarence, Norman, Gerald and Weyman Sawyer and Bill Davis. Interment was in the family plot in the church cemetery. Bramlett Funeral Home of Camilla was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Sawyer, the former Miss Lenora June Hays, was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Dwight Hays. She was born June 21, 1873, being 82 years of age when death came. In 1892 she was married to the late Green Byron Sawyer who preceded her in death a short time ago. They established a hospitable Christian home where they reared a large family of children. They had rounded out around sixty years of happy married life when Mr. Sawyer died in February. Mrs. Sawyer was a lifetime member of Hopeful Baptist Church and lived a life of inspiration to others. Surviving are her four daughters, Mrs. C. B. Davis and Mrs. Wanda Wolfe of Panama City, Fla., Mrs. Cecil Bullard of Newton, Mrs. Mary Crosby of Camilla; five sons, B. L. Sawyer of Sylvester, Lemuel Sawyer of Charing, F. G. Sawyer of Lakeland; B. E. Sawyer of Camilla and J. A. Sawyer of Griffin. Six other children preceded her in death. There are thirty grandchildren, thirty-nine great grandchildren. One brother, A. J. Hays of Lakeland, Fla., also survives, and one sister, Mrs. J. B. Mulford of Albany.
Obituary of Byron Cator Keaton as written in "UNKNOWN" dated UNKNOWN. Mr. Byron C. Keaton Passes Suddenly At Grady Gen. Hospital - Funeral services wee held for Byron Cator Keaton 89, who passed away at Grady General Hospital after a sudden illness. Elder O. V. Marshall officiated at the services which were held at Miller Funeral Home Chapel, February 27. Interment followed at Greenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers were his nephews, Lucius Collins, Swinton Keaton, Bernice Pollock, Renda Keaton, Nathan Pollock, and Whelan Jones. Mr. Keaton was born in Mitchell County, May 24, 1877 the son of the late Jim and Margaret Cooper Keaton. In December 1901, hemaried Miss Roberta Jones, who passed away in 1966. He moved here from Colquitt four years ago. and was a retired farmer. He was a member of the Primitive Baptist Church. Survivors include his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mattie Keaton, of Cairo; two granddaughters, Mrs. Catherine Bonfield of Olrando, and Mrs. Doris Phillips of Charleston, S. C.; one brother, T. J. Keaton of Moultrie; two sisters, Mrs. Mamie Collins and Miss Ruth Keaton, both of Camilla; ten great grandchildren and thirteen great great grandchildren.
Obituary of James Albert Taylor as written in "UNKNOWN" dated UNKNOWN. Funeral Near Camilla Today For James Albert Taylor, 80 - CAMILLA, GA. - The funeral service will be held today at 4 p.m. at Hopeful Baptist Church for James Albert Taylor, 80, of Camilla, Rt. 2, who died Saturday morning at his home. The Rev. Bill Rathburn will officiate, and interment will be in he church cemetery with Bramlett Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mr. Taylor was born in Mitchell County a son of the late George Floyd and Elizabeth Dodson Taylor. He was a farmer and land owner in the Hopeful community. Mr. Taylor was a member of the Baptist church. Survivors include his wife, Ada Margaret McKown Taylor; five sons, F. Floyd Taylor, Albert Taylor and John E. Taylor, all of Camilla, Bennie C. Taylor ofBalrico, Fla., and Robert E. Taylor of Metarie, La.; five daughters, Mrs. E. D. Thornton of Albany, and Mrs. W. F. Thornton, Mrs. J. A. Singleton, Mrs. Olen Sharp and Mrs. Claude Hays, all of Camilla; a sister, Mrs. W. T. Gray of Camilla; six brothers, Robert C. Talor, L. F. Taylor Sr, and G. E. Taylor of Thomasville, B. E. Taylor of Tampa, Fla., and W. R. Taylor of Pelham; 45 grandchildren and 44 great-grandchildren.
Obituary of Dan Bullard as written in "prob. The Camilla Enterprise" dated UNKNOWN. Rites Thursday for Dan Bullard - Mr. Dan Bullard, 74 years old, well known Mitchell county man died Teusday afternoon follwing a short illness. Funeral services were held Thursday, May 3, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon at Union Grove Baptist Church with Rev. P. J. Keadle and Rev. Fred Bulloch officiating. Burial was in the Camilla cemetery. Mr. Bullard for many years lived in the Union Grove community, where he was engaged inf farming. He retired sometime ago. He was born in Branchville, March 13, 1888. He was married to the former Zollie Taylor. His parents are the late Cass and Effie Gresham Bullard. Survivors include his wife, two sons, Dan Bullard, Jr., Augusta; Dorsey Bullard, Albany. Five daughters, Mrs. W. C. Anderson, Albany; Mrs. Grace White, Camilla; Mrs. Lewis Nevels, Sale City; Mrs. Elco McLeod, Sale City; Mrs. Melvin Singletary, Moultrie. Fourteen grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren survive. One brother, B. T. Bullard, Pelham. Pallbearers were W. B. Lewis, Walter Pollock, Lloyd Baggett, Everett Burgess, Carlton Bullock, and Grover Snipes. Braswell Funeral Home in charge.
Obituary of Elijah L. Burnum as written in "UNKNOWN" dated UNKNOWN. Elija L. Burnum of Rt. 2, Climax, he father of Mrs. Lewis Holt and Mrs. Calvin Baggs, Sr., of Camilla, died Saturday, December 16th, athe age of 91. He had been ill for the past several weeks but had enjoyed reasonably good health up until his final illness. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at four o'clock at the Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church with interment following in the Mt. Pleaant Cemetery. Officiating at the funeral services was Rev. J. L. Hand, Rev. Joe Holden, Rev. Emmett Cloud. Active pallbearers were Lynwood Cross, Therman Cross, Clavin Baggs, Jr., Render Keaton, Willis McCarty, Von Richter. Forming an honorary escort was W. J. Sullivan, J. H. Thornton, Andrew Avery, Eugene Gibson, Monroe Meadows, Howard Rogers, Carl Sullivan, O'Neel Cumbie, C. W. Harrell, Jamie Harrell, Earnest R. Bell, Joe C. Harrell. Mr. Burnum was born in Decatur County February 28th, 1970. He was a retired farmer and in recent years came to Camilla or Hopeful on his birthday where his daughters and one son, with whom he made his home, entertained at a big family reunion in his honor. Survivors include the one son, Paul Burnum, of Rt. 2, Climax, and five daughters including Mrs. Lewis Holt, Camilla, Mrs. Calvin Baggs, Sr., Rt. 1, Camilla, Mrs. T. J. Keaton, of Moultrie, Mrs. M. M. NeSmith, of Lakeland, Fla., and Mrs. John Ferrence, of Whigham. Twenty grandchildren, twenty-nine great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild also survive.
Obituary of Nancy "Nannie" Underwood Davis as written in "UNKNOWN" dated UNKNOWN. Mrs. Nannie Davis - BAINBRIDGE - Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Nannie Davis, 87, who died at her residence Satuday after a lengthy illness. The Rev. Everett Rich and the Rev. Gaston Pollock conducted services at Hopeful Baptist Church. Interment was in Hopeful Cemetery with Ivey Funeral Home in charge of arrangments. Born in Wilkerson County, Mrs. Davis was the wife of the late R. W. Davis and had resided in Bainbridge for the past 44 years. She was a member of the Fountain Head Missionary Baptist Church. Survivors include three sons, C. C. Davis, William R. Davis and Ira J. Davis all of Bainbridge; four daughters, Mrs. Ophelia Dodson ad Mrs. Martha Brinson, both of Bainbridge, and Mrs. Marie Lucas and Mrs. Ruth Geoghagan both of Jacksonville, Fla.; 22 grandchildren, 46 great-grandchildren; and four great-great grandchildren.
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