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Grundy, Ritzina Ray Baker Mrs
Courier-Journal 
September 27, 2007 
G C Williams Funeral Home 
Ritzina Ray Baker Grundy, 45, died Monday, September 24, 2007. She was a member of King SOlomon Baptist Church. Survivors include her husband, Donald Grundy; son Bryan C Grundy Marshall; parents, Alton and Gracie Paulette Baker; sister, Tera Baker; stepbrother, Keith Gough. Services will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, September 29, 2007 at King Solomon Baptist Church. Burial will be private.
WALKER, JAMES E DR
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Friday, February 17, 2004 C2 
G Meredith Funeral Home 
Mr. James Walker of Carbondale, IL, formerly of Phenix City, AL, died February 5, 2006. He was born September 15, 1941 in Phenix City, AL, son of Reverend and Mrs. Curtis (Mamie) Walker. Survivors include his wife, Gwendolyn P Walker, two daughters, Jamell Walker of Chicago, Jabrenia (Andrew) Robinson, a grandson, Walker R Robinson; four sisters, Curtiseen Lipscomb-Childs of Columbus, Learah (Douglas) Smith of Clarksville, TN, Mary Peterson of Elk Grove, IL, Paulette Holston of Columbus, a brother, Anthony Quinn of Columbia, MO. He was a 1960 graduated in South Girard High School and was an Alabama State under-graduate, Master Degree from Atlanta University, and a PhD from Penn State. He held university administration post in California, Colorado, Tennessee and Illinois and was president at Southern Illinois University. He had four universities under his administration located in Chicago, IL, Springfield, IL, Carbondale, IL, Edwardsville, MO, and in Japan. Memorial celebration Mass was held at St Frances Xavier Catholic Church February 11 in Carbondale.
Hobbs, Antiny
Death Certificate 26843 
August 26, 1924 
G Wilson of Harlem, GA 
Antiny Hobbs, 52, of Harlem, Columbia County, GA, was born in Georgia, son of Jerry and Lucy Hobbs. He was a farmer and husband of Susy Hobbs. She died of chronic intestinal and bowel problems on August 25, 1924 in Harlem. She was buried in Piney Grove Cemetery. True: John H Jones of Route 1, Harlem, GA
Barton, John Willie
Death Certificate 28532 
October 26, 1925 
George Kiner of West Point, GA 
John Willie Barton, 10, of Chipley, GA was born September 24, 1914 in Harris County, GA, son of Lewis Barton and Julia Gilbert. He died October 24, 1925 in Chipley and was undiagnosed with no physician attending. He was buried in Union Springs Cemetery. True: Julia Barton, mother, of RFD 2, Chipley, GA
Major, Rodney Tobias "Toby" Jr
Charleston Post & Courier 
January 26, 2006 
Gethers Funeral Home 
The relative and friends of Rodney Tobias "Toby" Major, Jr, of Summerville, SC are invited to attend his funeral services Friday, January 27, 2006 at 2 p.m. at St Peter’s A.M.E. Church, 1299 Mendel Rivers Road, Bonneau, SC. Internment will be in the church cemetery. Viewing will be today from 3 to 8 p.m. at Gethers Funeral Home, 200 Grace Street, Moncks Corner, SC.
Bridges, Ida Mrs
Death Certificate 26019 
October 1, 1925 
Graham, Dawson, GA 
Mrs Ida Bridges, 30, of Parrott, GA, daughter of Lonnie Crawford and wife of Lester Bridges, died September 25, 1924 in Parrott of heart trouble. She was buried in Red Hill Cemetery. True: Lester Bridges of Dawson, GA
Bailey, Darryl Jr and Sr
Americus Times-Recorder 
Tuesday, June 19, 1990 
Greene Funeral Home of Rock Hill, SC 
Darryl Bailey Jr. was born in 1984. He died July 17, A futile 2-day search for the body of a 6-year old Americus youth who drowned late Sunday in the Flint River climaxed late this morning when authorities discovered the body in Reeves Landing. According to a spokesperson at the Sumter County Sheriff’s department, rescue workers pulled the body of Darryl Bailey, Jr. from the murky waters of the river at approximately 9:50 a.m., two miles south of Reeves Landing. Police, on Sunday, recovered the bodies of two other persons involved in the tragedy, Darryl Bailey, Sr., 26, the boy’s father and Charles T. Smith, 33. According to witnesses at the scene, the elder Bailey, a local paint contractor who had another young son and daughter, was carrying Darryl Jr. across a shallow portion of the river to a sandbar around 7 p.m. when he was believed to have lost his footing. Smith, a neighbor of Bailey’s at Briarcliff Trailer Park, then began futile attempts to retrieve the father and son from the water went unsuccessful when, Smith too, apparently lost his footing in the vicinity of where the earlier accident had taken place moments before. It is speculated that the area the three were in may have been the site of a “black hole” that drops off more than twenty feet at one point. “We don’t know what happened”, said Sheriff Randy Howard. “He (Bailey) either stepped in a pothole or into the channel, then went down and dropped the kid.” Mr.. Bailey, who moved here about five years ago from South Carolina is survived by his wife Charyl Horne Bailey of Americus; a daughter, Crystal Bailey of Americus, a son, Joshua Bailey of Americus; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Bailey of Rock Hill, SC, a sister, Kimberly Bunton of Walterborough, SC, four brothers, Bobby Bailey Jr. of Atlanta, Michael Bailey of Rock Hill and Gregory and Jeffrey Bailey of Acworth. Barnum Funeral Home will announce arrangements.
BAILEY, EDNA
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
November 2005 
Gregory B Levett & Son Funeral Home, Decatur, GA 
Mrs. Edna Bailey of Phenix City, AL, died November 10, 2005 at DeKalb County Hospital in Decatur, GA. Funeral services will be held Thursday, November 17, 2005 at 1 p.m. at Hillside Truth Center in Atlanta with Reverend Robert Kilgore officiating and burial in Greenwood Cemetery in Atlanta. She was born November 6, 1936 in Russell County, AL, daughter of Will Henry and Henrietta Chambers. She was a retired schoolteacher and member of Greater Zion Baptist Church. Surviving are a daughter, Latenia Bailey (Mark) Anthony of Atlanta; a brother, Willie Chambers of Phenix City, a sister, Minnie Weeks of Columbus, GA, two grandchildren, Omaer A Anthony and Hahleel M Anthony; two sisters in law, Juanita Fortson Chamberts and Roshell Chambers of Phenix City.
Sams, Richard Milton "Pro Man"
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Saturday, January 19, 2008 B2 
Guy & Allen Funeral Directors, Gary, IN 
Richard Milton "Pro Man" Sams, was born February 20, 1936 in Columbus, GA, son of James Monroe Sams and ALeola Randall Sams. He died Tuesday, January 8, 2008 in Gary, IN. He was a 1954 graduate of Spencer High School. He and JoAnn Preston were married November 2, 1958 at Galilee Baptist Church in Gary. He was drafted into the US Army and was employed by Purex, Wonder Bread and Romano Brothers and the city of Gary. He was preceded in death by his parents, sisters, Jamie Lee Sams and Doris Williams and a brother, Henry Sams. Survivors include his wife of 49 years; daughters, Debra (Jerrod) Carrington of Chicago, IL and Terri Sams of Schererville, IN; niece, Jasmine White of Gary; sisters, Mildred (Paul) Grier of Smyrna, GA, Frances (Charlie) Denson of Houston, TX, Georgia Harris of Chicago; niece, Jasmine White of Gary, niece, Darien (Fred) Shelton of Bolingbrook, IN; Funeral services will be held Saturday, January 12, 2008 at Galilee Baptist Church in Gary. Reverend Charles Morgan will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery in Gary.
Blue, Frederick
Post-Tribune 
September 9, 2007 
Guy & Allen Funeral Directors 
Frederick Blue, 51, of Gary, IN, died Friday, August 31, 2007. He was a member of Temple of Praise Church of God in Christ. He was employed with the Gary Sanitary District/United Water for 30 years. He was a 1975 graduate of West Side High School . He was preceded in death by his parents, Dearmus and Josphine Blue; grandparents, Willie and Hazel Stinson; brother, Bruce Blue Sr; niece, Darien Wiggins and father in law, John Evans Jr. Survvors include his wife, Jacqueline; his son, Frederick Anthony; daughter, Shania Joyce; sister, Debra (Gregory) Wiggins of Grainger, IN; brother, Gregory (Jamette) Blue of El Paso, TX; nieces, Demetria (Brannon) Johnson of Grainer, IN and Michael (Justin) Murray, all of Stafford, VA, Justine and Janelle Blue of El Paso, TX, Tenesha Blue of Indianapolis, IN, Deandra and Brittany Blue of Gary, Kirsten Arrington of Rochester Hills, MI, nephews, Bruce Blue Jr of Terre haute, IN, Gregrory Blue Jr, Tyrone Blue and Duane Blue of Indianapolis, Gregory Wiggins of South Bend, IN and Malcolm Arrington of Rochester Hills, mother in law, Robbie Evans of Winnfield, LA, sisters in law, Sandra (Fred) Arrington of Rochester Hills, Shirley (Eldridge) Matthews of Gary and Angela Evans of Winnfield, LA; brothers in law, John Evans Jr of Pine Bluf, AR and Joseph (Margie) Howard of Baton Rouge, LA. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, September 5, 2007 at the Temple of Praise Church of God in Christ. Superintendent Ervin King will officiate.
SIMS, SARAH J
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Sunday, September 25, 2005 C3 
Guy and Allen Funeral Directors 
Sarah J Sims of Gary, IN, formerly of Phenix City, AL, died Sunday, September 18, 2005 at her home. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday, September 26, 2005 at New Friendship Baptist Church in Gary with Reverend Benjamin Holmes officiating with burial in Oak Hill cemetery. She was born April 18, 1927 in Russell County, AL, daughter of Sidney Annie Howard. Survivors include sons, Thomas (Cleola) Sims and Marion (Jan) Smims and Christopher (Carol) Sims, daughter, Sharon (James) Williams; brother, Wilson Howard of Phenix City, sister, Annie Howard Smith of Dallas, TX; twelve grandchildren; thirteen great grandchildren; niece, Dr Virginia Davis (Agrippa) Jones of Detroit, MI.
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