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Obituary Text
Barber, Morry
Death Certificate 3977 
October 10, 2008 
D C Bentley, Montezuma, GA 
Morry Barber, 28, of Macon County, GA, was born in 1899 in Dooly County, GA, son of Hampton Barber and Nelle Williams. He died of pneumonia on February 9, 1927 in Montezuma, GA. He was buried in Dooly County, GA. He was married. Signed: Lucy Bell Barber of Montezuma, GA
Barnes, Corrine Terrell Mrs
Death Certificate 17138 
October 10, 2008 
D C Bentley, Montezuma, GA 
Mrs Corrine Terrell Barnes, 30, of Montezuma, GA, was born in 1897 in Macon County, GA, daughter of Sam and Mollie Terrell. She was a housekeeper. She died July 6, 1927 in Montezuma and is survived by her husband, Cornelius Barnes. Burial was in Traveler's Rest Cemetery.
Bivins, Camilla Mrs
Death Certificate 27760 
August 3, 1926 
D C Smith, Oglethorpe, GA 
Mrs Camilla Bivins, 48, of Oglethorpe, GA, was born in 1878 in Oglethorpe, GA, daughter of Nelson Summerlin of North Carolina and Laura Summerlin of Marietta, GA. She was the widow of Olin Bivins. She died August 2, 1926 in Oglethorpe of Bright's Disease. She was buried in the Oglethorpe Cemetery. True: Gordon Smith
Bridges, Agaline
Death Certificate 36931 
December 12, 1924 
D C Smith, Oglethorpe, GA 
Agaline Bridges, 44, of Oglethorpe, GA, was born in Sumter County, GA, daughter of Claud and Missie McKellar. She was the wife of Tobe Bridges. She died December 11, 1924 in Oglethorpe of angina pectoria and malnutrition at her home. She was buried in the Oglethorpe Cemetery. True: Parker McKellar of Oglethorpe, GA
Fulks, Minnie Mrs
Death Certificate 27764 
March 3, 1926 
D C Smith, Oglethorpe, GA 
Mrs Minnie Fulks, 37, of Oglethorpe, GA, was born in Macon County, daughter of Anderson Thomas of Crisp County, GA and Lillie Dennis of Macon County. She was a widow and housewife. She died March 3, 1926 and was buried in Macon County. True: D C Smith
Anderson, Emanuel
Death Certificate 22112 
October 10, 2008 
D C Smith, Undertaker 
Emanuel Anderson, 80, of Oglethorpe, GA, died July 10, 1924 in Oglethorpe (no doctor). He was a farmer. Survivors include his wife, Sally. He was buried in the Oglethorpe Cemetery. Signed: Sally Anderson of Oglethorpe, GA
Brown, Infant Male
Death Certificate 13639 
October 15, 1919 
Daniel Brooks, Montezuma, GA 
Infant Male Brown was born stillborn in Montezuma, GA on October 8, 1919, son of Lilla M Brown of Macon County, GA and was buried there. True: Maude Brown of Montezuma, GA
Hendricks, Rosie Ray Mrs
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Friday, January 12, 2007 C4 
Davenport & Harris Funeral Home 
Rosie R Hendricks, 69, of Birmingham, AL, formerly of Phenix City, AL, died Monday, January 8, 2007 in Birmingham. She was born in 1938, daughter of Otis and Sophia Battle Ray Sr. She was a graduate of Mother Mary Mission High School and Booker T Washington Business College in Birmingham. She was a member of New Pilgrim Baptist Church and was retired from the Social Security Administration with over 30 years service. Funeral services will be held at noon, Saturday, January 13, 2007 at New Pilgrim Baptist Church with burial in George Washington Carver Cemetery in Birmingham. Her sister, Helen L Ray and her father preceded her in death. Survivors include her husband, Theodore Hendircks, daughter, Theodora L (Reginald) Richardson Sr, son, Reginald B Hendricks; grandchildren, Reginald E Richardson Jr and Ashlee R RIchardson; her mother, her sister, Bernice R (Henry) Patterson and Barbara R Brantley, brother, Otis Ray Jr.
Johnson, Lisa Mae Adams Mrs
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
December 2002 
December 2002 
Mrs Lisa Mae Adams Johnson was born June 28, 1887 in Harris County, GA. She died December 21, 2002. She was the widow of Dennis Jackson. She was preceded in death by her daughter, Hattie Mae Johnson Wright, Lucinda Johnson Berryhill, Rosie Lee Johnson Anderson, Essie Mae Johnson Mallard; and sons, Floyd (Pearlie Mae) Johnson, Willie C (Lillian) Johnson and Moses Johnson. Survivors include a daughter, Mattie Mae Johnson (Arthur) Pew and 16 grandchildren, 18 great grandchildren and 13 great, great grandchildren.
Hobbs, Ileather
Death Certificate 31872 
January 3, 1922 
Dent Undertakers 
Ileather Hobbs, 14, of Augusta, GA, was born in 1907 in Georgia, daughter of Frank Hobbs and Lula Matthews, both of Georgia. She was a student; residence: Lumber Camp on the Savannah River. She died of pneumonia on December 30, 1921 in Richmond and was buried in the Richmond Cemetery. True: Annie Adams of Water Town, FL
Collier, Addie Mrs
Death Certificate 2454 
January 24, 1925 
Dent Undertakers, Augusta, GA 
Mrs Addie Collier, 55, widow (husband and parents not listed) of Augusta, GA, was born in 1870 in Georgia. She was a cook. She died of syphilis and bronchial pneumonia of January 22, 1925 in Augusta. She was buried in the Colored Cemetery. True: Albert Curry, 848 Green Street, Augusta, GA
Collier, Annie Maud Mrs
Death Certificate 18442 
June 8, 1925 
Dent Undertaking Company 
Mrs Annie Maud Collier, 22, of Augusta, GA, was born in 1903 in Georgia, daughter of Jim Allen and Nancy Chapman, both of Georgia. She died of tuberculosis on June 6, 1925 and was buried in Crawfordville, GA. True: Nellie Jessie, Crawfordville, GA
Collier, Cleola
Death Certificate 15462 
May 25, 1925 
Dent Undertaking Company 
Cleola Collier was born April 27, 1925 in Augusta, GA, daughter of Lawrence Collier and Melissa Tompkins, both of South Carolina. She was bottle fed and she died May 23, 1925 of entero colitis and was buried in the colored cemetery. True: Lawrence Collier, 1426 Brown Street, Augusta, GA
Hobbs, Gussie Mrs
Death Certificate 20092 
September 2, 1927 
Dent Undertaking, Augusta, GA 
Gussie Hobbs was born in 1906 in South Carolina, daughter of Anderson Hobbs and Rebecca Hardy, both of South Carolina. She was single and was a mill hand. She died of pneumonia on August 31, 1927 in Augusta, Richmond County, GA and was buried in the "colored" cemetery. True: Annie Williams, 1363 Jones Street
Battle, Corine
Americus Times-Recorder 
February 2001 
Donald Trimble Mortuary 
Corine Battle of Atlanta, GA, was born about 1936 in Americus, GA, daughter of Freddie B Battle and Lottie Mae Mays Battle. Siblings: Arleen Battle, Geraldine Battle, Wllie Morris Battle and Freddie Mae Battle. She died February 27, 2001 in Austell, GA. Funeral services were hed March 1, 2001 at Cascade United Methodist Church. Reverend Dr Walter L Kimbrough officiated. Burial was in Eastview Cemetery in Americus.
Crenshaw, Dallas Royce Jr
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Sunday, June 25, 2006 D2 
Donald Trimble Mortuary, Decatur, GA 
Dallas Royce Crenshaw Jr of Peachtree City, GA, died Tuesday, June 20, 2006. Funeral serivces will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, June 26, 2006 at the Main Post CHapel in Fort McPherson, GA with Pastor (Colonel) Sonny Moore and Pastor Gentry Doxey officiating. Burial will be in the Main Post Cemetery at Fort Benning, GA. Survivors include his parents, CW4 Dallas Royce Crenshaw Sr and Anna Jones Crenshaw; sisters, Templar Thomas of Lanham, MD, Celeste and Cherelle Crenshaw of Peachtree CIty; grandparents, Richard and Mary Crenshaw of Indianapolis, IN; grandmother, Dorothy Crenshaw of Indianapolis; Charlie Mae and David Griffin of Cataula, GA and Mildred Farley of Patterson, NJ; aunt, Brenda Tucker of Columbus.
Bowens, Eugene Jr
Americus Times-Recorder 
Wednesday, Feb 20, 2008 3A 
Donald Trimble Mortuary, Lithonia, GA 
Funeral services for Eugene Bowens Jr of Lithonia, GA, will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday, February 23, 2008 at Big Bethel Baptist Church in Americus GA. Reverend Earl Caruthers will officiate. Burial will be in Eastview Cemetery in Americus. Survivors include his mother, Walter Mae Bowens; daughter, Cathy Denson; sister, Tameka Merritt; and cousins, Natasha Silas and Glen Perdew.
Winston-Salem Journal 
Sunday, Dec 18, 2005 
Douthitt Funeral service 
John Luther Blue of 2920 Galaxy Court, Winston Salem, died Saturday, December 17, 2005 at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. He was a carpenter and a veteran of the US Marines. He attended St John Baptist Church. Survivors include his parents, Abraham and Catherine Blue Sr.; 5 sisters, Sheryl, Alice, Lummie and Mozella Blue and Phyllis (John) Cowans of Greenville, SC; 2 brothers, Abraham Blue Jr. and Archie (Wandretta) Blue, both of the city. The funeral service will be held Friday, December 23 at 1 p.m. in St John Baptist Church, with Reverend Leonard Lewis officiating and burial in Evergreen Cemetery.
The Telegraph 
June 3, 2004 
Dudley Funeral Home 
Cadwell: Funeral services for Henry L Prince will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, June 4, 2004 at Pine Hill Christian Church with burial in the church cemetery. Survivors include Henry Prince, Jr., Karenita Prince; four siblings; and Judith Davis.
Collier, Alberta
Death Certificate 11285 
April 9, 1923 
Dunn Brothers 
Alberta Collier, age 3, of Atlanta, GA, was born January 1, 1920 in Georgia, daughter of Lee Collier and Conie May Brown, both of Georgia. She died April 7, 1923 and was buried in South View Cemetery. True: Will Buckins, 267 Vine Street, Atlanta, GA
Blue, Clifford Jr
Death Certificate 3722 
Dunn Brothers Funeral Home 
Clifford Blue Jr was born November 27, 1924 and died February 2, 1926 in Atlanta, GA. He was the son of CLifford Blue Sr and Elizabeth Hester. cause of death: bronichal pneumonia. He was buried in Chestnut Hill Cemetery.
Adams, Joseph
Death Certificate 2340 
January 16, 1922 
Dwitt Hudson & Others, Lumpkin, GA 
Joseph Adams, age 2, was born in December of 1919 in Sumter County, GA, son of Oliver Adams and Elma Hudson. He died of bronchial pneumonia on January 15, 1922 in Lumpkin, GA and was buried in Stewart County.
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