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Funeral Home
Obituary Text
Blue, Carl Lewis
Daily Press 
Thursday, September 6, 2007, C2 
O H Smith & Son Funeral Home, Raleight, NC 
Carl Lewis Blue, 49, died Sunday, September 2, 2007 at Wake Medical Hospital in Raleigh, NC. He was born August 13, 1958 in Newport News, VA, son of Hattie Mae Blue and James Marion BLue. He was a 1976 graduate of Warwick High School and was a veteran of the US Army and the Army Reserves. He attended Thomas Nelson Community COllege. He was preceded in death by his father, James Marion Blue and a brother, Marion "Junior" Blue. Survivors include his wife, Catina Blue of Raleigh, NC; his mother of Newport News; 2 brothers, Theodore Henry (Jacqueline) Blue Sr of Richmond, VA and James Cornelius Blue Jr of Newport News. 3 sisters, Ida Christopher) Boyd of Newport News, Linda (Charles D) Brown of Hampton, VA and Geneva Hardy of Brooklyn, NY; brother in law, Samuel Griggs of Raleigh; 3 aunts, Lillie Russell, Mabie Hasty McLaughlin, Mable Johnson McLaughlin, all of Raleigh, NC; an uncle, Elmore McCrawe of Baltimore, MD; a son, Carl Carney; special niece, Teresa Hggins and special nephew, Myreo Brown. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday, September 8, 2007 in the chapel of O H Smith & Son Funeral Home. Burial will be in Hampton Memorial Gardens.
Hobbs, Jim
Death Certificate 15071 
May 8, 1924 
O T Howard & Co, Atlanta, GA 
Jim Hobbs, 36, of Atlanta, Ga, was born in 1888 in Georgia, son of Caroline Allen. He was a janitor and was the husband of Pearl Hobbs. He died of pneumonia on May 2, 1924 in Atlanta and was buried in Chestnut Hill Cemetery. True: Pearl Hobbs, 278 Butler Street, Atlanta, GA
Adams, Lou Mrs
Death Certificate 6067 
March 27, 1922 
of Roberta, GA 
Mrs Lou Adams, 65, of Lizella, GA, was born in Georgia, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Robinson of Ideal, GA. She was a widow (husband not listed) and she died of pellagra and carcinoma of he uterus in Crawford County, GA. She was buried in _____ Hill Cemetery. True: R L Claus of Knoxville, GA
Aldridge, Ruby Black Mrs
Americus Times-Recorder 
Wednesday, May 2, 2007 
Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel 
Mrs ruby Black Aldridge, 81, of 249 King Road, Ellaville, GA, died Thursday, April 26, 2007 at Palmyra Medical Center in Albany, GA. Funeral sercies will be held at 2 p.m., Thursday, May 3, 2007 at Union Hill A.M.E. Church in Ellaville, GA. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Reverend Jeff Davis III will officiate. She was born July 5, 1925 in Schley County, GA, daughter of Clyde Clayton Black and Ina Lee Martin Black. She was preceded in death by 6 siblings, Minnie Martin, walter Black, Echo Bladk, Boisey Black, Doc Black and Calvin Black and a grandson, Reggie Bernard Monford. She and Robert Hayward Aldridge were married in December of 1947. Survivors include daughters, Carolyn (Booker TImothy) Edge of Ellaville and Minnie (Daniel) Monford of Lithonia, GA; step daughter, Neppie Slaughter of Moultrie, GA; granddaughters, Faye Mechelle (Bertram) Moore of Ellendwood, Walene (Wayne) Hart of ellaville, tennise Monford and Candazta Montford, both of Decatur; 5 step grandchildren; 7 great grandchildren; a sister, Emma Martin of Atlanta; sisters in law/brothers in law, Marth Black of Ellaville, Mary Black of Newark, NJ and Marshall (Nancy) Aldridge of Lake City, FL. nieces and nephews including Jimmie (Sandra) Fulks, Orbie Fulks, Michael Fulks and Lettie Fulks.
Brown, Erma Diane Gaines Mrs
Americus Times-Recorder 
Thursday, February 1, 2007 
Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel 
Erma Diane Gaines Brown, 66, of South Hampton Street, Americus, GA, died Monday, January 29, 2007 at Sumter Regional Hospital in Americus, GA. Graveside services will be held at 1 p.m., Saturday, February 3, 2007 at New Zion Baptist Church Cemetery in Cobb, GA. She was born November 1, 1940 in Sumter County, GA, daughter of the late O C Gaines and Ozzie Mae Girven Gaines. Two sisters preceded her in death, Mary B Seawright and Adele Paul. She was a member of New Zion Baptist Church. She retired from MHMR Breezeway as an instructor with 23 years service. Survivors include her husband, Frank Brown Jr; 9 children, Patricia Ann Brown, Calvin Leon Brown, Bernadette (Henry) Bell, Glenn Eli Brown, Anthony Wayne Brown, Chris Allen (Charlotta) Brown, Ray Anthony Brown, Miranda Ann (Cedric) Thomas and Jeffery Milan Brown; 9 grandchildren; 3 siblings: Margie C Brown, Ozzie Dean (William) Carter and Mamie Chealey; sister in law/sister in law, Mary Alice (Donald) Ware.
Jackson, Julia Lee Major Mrs
Funeral Program 
October 2005 
Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel 
Mrs Julia Lee Major Jackson of 3430 GA Hwy 49, Oglethorpe, GA, was born March 27, 1922 in Hope Hull, Montgomery County, GA, daughter of Harrison Major and Sarah Jefferson Major. Siblings: Arthur Jefferson, Catherine Major, Ethel Major, John Major, Millie Major, Samuel Major and Thomas Major. She was the widow of Arthur Jackson Sr who died in 1974. Her 2nd husband was Abner English. Survivors include children: Arthur, Gregory, Sarah Bernice, Louise, Monica, Mildred, Leon, Millie, Gwem. Beatrice, Frank, Anthony, J E, and Julia Jackson.
Martin, Jessie Dean Floyd Rev
Americus Times-Recorder 
Friday, January 26, 2007 
Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel 
Funeral services for Pastor Jessie Dean Floyd-Martin will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, January 27, 2007 at Zion Hill Missionary Baptist Church in Leslie, GA. Burial will be in Staley Memorial Cemetery in Americus, GA. Elder A L Robinson will officiate.
Mott, Mary Lou Rosavelt Cameron Mrs
Personal Records 
April 2002 
Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel 
Mrs Mary Lou Rosavelt Cameron Mott was born May 4, 1900 in Americus, GA, daughter of Wilson Cameron and Lou Mann Cameron. She was the wife of Zack Mott and mother of Reverend Alfred (Nettie Mills) Mott and Oneida Mott Christmas and grandmother of Krishna A Christmas. She died April 6, 2002 in Sumter Regional Hospital in Americus. Funeral services were held April 13, 2002 at Americus Pentecostal Church of Apostolic Faith Church. Burial was in Eastview Cemetery.
Sampson, Ola Mae Penn Mrs
Family Records 
December 2005 
Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel 
Mrs Ola Mae Penn Sampson was born in Ellaville, GA. She was the wife of Willie Lee "Brad" Sampson. She died in December 2005 in Ellaville. Funeral services were held December 17, 2005 at Union Hill A.M.E. Church in Ellaville. Survivors include their children: Allen (Susie)Sampson, Bobby Lee (Betty Lee Swanson)Sampson, Lynwood (Carrie) Sampson, Marvin Sampson, Patricia Sampson, Milton (Patricia Dianne Waters)Sampson and Terry Sampson
Tucker, Thomas Howard Jr
The Citizen Georgian 
March 9, 2005 
Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel 
Thomas Howard Tucker, Jr, of 124 Peppermint Alley, Americus, GA, died Monday, February 28, 2005 at Phoebe Putney Hospital in Albany, GA. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Saturday, March 5, in the chapel of Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel. Burial was in Eastview cemetery. He was born October 30, 1946 in Americus, GA, son of Thomas Howard Tucker and Dorothy Lee Raines Tucker. Gary Tucker, his brother, preceded him in death. He was a retired logger. Survivors include his mother of Atlanta; his companion, Alice Frederick of Americus; siblings: Hattie T (Eddie) Payne and Clinton (Jerri) Tucker of St Louis, MO, Jannie Tucker (Ross Dallas) Atlanta, Carl Tucker, Willie J ((Prescilla) Tucker, Dennis (Wendy) Tucker, Ronnie Tucker and Clifford Tucker, all of Atlanta, Jerome Tucker of Americus and Tony Tucker of Colorado; aunts, Odessa Wilson and Mary Raines of Americus and Jessie Mae Raines of Ideal.
Watts, Allen Sr
Americus Times-Recorder 
April 2003 
Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel 
Allen Watts Sr of 250 DeSoto Seed Farm Road, DeSoto, GA, was born August 19, 1919 in Lee County, GA, son of Reverend Buck Watts and Mary Barnes Watts. Siblings: Eddie Lee Watts (Jack) Morgan, Douglas Watts, Reverend Arthur W (Clara Mae) Watts Sr, Isaac Watts, L C Watts, Georgia Lee Watts, Viola Watts, Ethel Mae Watts Howard and Clara Belle Watts Thomas. Survivors include his wife, Lizzie Green Watts: children: Johnnie Mae Watts (Frank Marshall Jr) Presbury, Allen (Patricia) Watts Jr, Vernetta Watts, Bernice Watts, Nathaniel Watts Sr (Sep 23, 1942 - Nov 19 1997), Juanze (Jennifer) Watts, James Melvin Watts (died Feb 6,1992), Lizzie Watts Davis, Annetta Watts (O C) Williams, Emanuel (Jeanette Bell) Watts, Fred (Alisia)Watts, Ricky (Regina) Watts, Willie (Rugenia) Watts, Vanessa Watts, Lillie Bell Watts Scott, Willa Watts (Eddie) Covin and Doris Louise Watts (died April 13, 1962. He died March 31, 2003 in DeSoto, GA; Funeral services were held April 5, 2003 at Shady Grove Baptist Church in Leesburg, GA. Burial was in St John Baptist CHurch Cemetery in Lee County. He retired with 31 years with Marine Corp Logistics as a material handler. He was a member of St John Baptist Church in Lee County. 76 Grandchildren: 92 great grandchildren, 4 great, great grandchildren.
Watts, Arthur W Sr Reverend
Americus Times-Recorder 
September 2001 
Oglethorpe Funeral Chapel 
Reverend Arthur W Watts Sr of DeSoto, GA, was born January 18, 1914 in Sumter County, GA, son of Reverend Buck W Watts and Mary Barnes Watts. Siblings: Eddie Lee Watts (Jack) Morgan, Douglas Watts, Isaac Watts, L C Watts, Allen (Lizzie Green) Watts Sr, Georgia Lee Watts Smith, Viola Watts Stevens, Ethel Mae Watts Howard and Clara Belle Watts Thomas. Survivors include his wife Clara Mae Watts; Children: Arthur W Watts Jr, Arthur Mae Watts Williams, Mary Alice Watts (Ward) Wilson, Cleveland Watts, James (Sophia) Oliver Watts, David Lee (Rena M Mathis)Watts, Georgia Watts (Floyd) Deriso, Reverend Jesse (Louise) Watts Sr. He died September 15, 2001 in DeSoto. Funeral services were held September 22, 2001 at St John Baptist Church in Lee County, GA and burial was in the church cemetery.
Anderson, Madison
Death Certificate 15843 
June 3, 1921 
Overby, Lumpkin, GA 
Madison Anderson, 75, of Lumpkin, GA, was born in Stewart County, GA, son of Mr and Mrs Gilford Anderson. He was a laborer and was married (wife not listed). He died of Bright's Disease of Kidney and of paralysis of his side. He was buried in Lumpkin. True: William Anderson, (his son), of Lumpkin, GA
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