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L C Holt
Death Certificate 14971 
June 1926 
Cannot Identify 
L C Holt was born March 30, 1926 in Bronwood, GA. He died June 30, 1926 in Lee County, GA. Cause of death: malnutrition, bottle fed with no disease. He was buried in Bethlehem Cemetery. Father deceased. Parents are not identified.
LaBran, Jerome A "Slim" Sr
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Thursday, April 10, 2008; C3 
Progressive Funeral Home 
SFC (US Army retired) Jerome A "Slim" LaBran Sr, of 692 Apricot Court, Columbus, GA, died Monday, April 7, 2008 at his home. He was born March 2, 1948 in New Orleans, LA, son of Mrs Rhudell Garnhardt LaBran of New Orleans and Leonard Reed. He ws a 24 year US Army veteran and was a Methodist. Survivors include his mother, his wife, Jennifer H LaBran of Washington, DC; 3 sons, Jerome A LaBran Jr of St Paul, MN, Travis (LaToria) LaBran of Augusta, GA and Ramon (Marie) LaBran of Columbus; 2 daughters, Petrice LaToya (James) Howard and Baranda C Bradshaw of Augusta; 11 grandchildren; a sister, Zanzer (Vernon) August of New Orleans; 2 brothers, Bennie LaBran of Baton Rouge, LA and Dwight LaBran of Ne Orleans. Funeral services will be held at 5 p.m., Saturday in the chapel of Progressive FUneral Home. Burial will be at 9:30 a.m., Friday, April 18, 2008 a the Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.
LACY, ALICE R
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
July 8, 1998 B7 
Sconier's Funeral Home 
Alice R Lacy, 87, Columbus, GA, died Monday.
LADD, LEWIS “Robert”
Americus Times-Recorder 
not listed 
Smith-West Mortuary 
Funeral services for Lewis Ladd, 76, Smithville, who died December 3 in Albany, will be held at noon Saturday at Mt Pleasant Baptist Church with burial in the church cemetery, Smithville, with Reverend W B Brown officiating. Surviving is his wife, Lonnie Mae Lewis of Philadelphia, PA; sons, Robert L Lewis Jr. of Atlanta and James Haines of Albany; daughters, Mrs. Ernestine Davis and Cecelia Wilson of Philadelphia; a sister, Ms Mamie Woolbridge of Philadelphia, seven grand-children a great-grandchild, two sons in law and a daughter in law.
Ladd, Pauline Howell Mrs
The Citizen Georgian 
December 21, 2005 
West's Mortuary 
Funeral services for Mrs Pauline Howell Ladd were held at 2:15 p.m. Sunday, December 11, 2005 at New Hope Baptist Church in Montezuma, GA. Reverend Bobby Brown officiated. She died Thursday, December 8, 2005 at the Flint River Hospital in Montezuma. She was born February 12, 1912 near Swainsboro, Emanuel County, GA, daughter of Tom and Addie Turner Howell. She was a member of St James Baptist Church in Emanuel County and after moving to Montezuma in 1946, joined New Hope Baptist Church. She earned a B. S. Degree in Home Economics at Savannah State University and a Master’s Degree from Tuskegee Institute. She studied at Fort Valley State College and through the University of Georgia Extension Service. She was the widow of Deacon Henry James Ladd Sr. Her son, Henry James Ladd, Jr, preceded her in death in 2005. She began teaching in Hoffman, NC. Upon coming to Macon County, her husband taught agriculture and she taught home management at Flint River Farms School. When D. F. Douglass High School opened in 1959, they taught 5 high school adult education classes. Survivors include 3 sisters in law: Jessie Bell Ladd of Americus, Dora Howell of Swainsboro and Ruby Lee Felton of Rochester, NY; nieces and nephews, Loretta (Felder) Daniel, Jena Ladd, Johnny Ladd and Raygene Ladd of Americus, Robert (Mildred) Ladd of Montezuma, Dorothy (Johnnie) Graves of Brunswick, Tommie (Sam) Hickson of Augusta, Bill (Thelma) Smith, Robert (Toni) Smith, James (Joy) Smith, Shirley (Johnny) Johnson, Bertha and Pauline of Rochester, NY, Costell Ladd of Binghamton, NY, Penny of Detroit, MI, Mattie Whitaker and Willie Bell White of Miami, FL.
LADNER, WILLIAM “Willie” CORNELIUS
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
June 2004 
Reeves Funeral Home 
William Ladner died Thursday, June 3, 2004 at his residence. He was born in Picayune, Pearl River County, MS, son of Seth and Clara Gillespie Ladner. He served three years in the US Army during the Korean War and attended Folorida A&M University, Albany State University and Georgia State University at Fort Benning. He received a Masters degree at Columbus State Univeristy and retired after thirty-four years teaching in Mississippi and in Muscogee County School District in Georgia. Surviving are three sons, Ronald (Sonya) Ladner of Munich, Germany, Dexteralan (Renee) Ladner Sr. of Columbus and Craig (Susan) Ladner of Phenix City; eleven grandchildren, Taneal, Dominic, Jaquintin, Felicia, Casandra, Iyhata, Craig, Jr., Dexteralan III, Dallis, Kebven and Donivohn; a sister, Willmetta (Isaac) Benson of Waterboro, SC; a brother, Leslie (Helen) Humphrey of Newfoundland, Canada; an aunt, Hattie Power of Mt Olive, MS. Funeral services and burial will be held Wednesday, June 9, at 4 p.m. at Mt Pleasant C.M.E. Church and cemetery.
LAGRAND, ERNEST
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
November 10, 1998 C5 
Battle-Davidson Funeral Home 
Ernest Lagrand, 55, 1103 Kaolin Drive, Phenix City, AL, died Sunday.
LAGRAND, JERRELL
Cemetery Record 
 
 
Jarrell Lagrand was born October 30, 1963. He died November 14, 2003 and is buried in New Hope Baptist Church cemetery, Holy Trininty, Russell County, AL
Lakes, Irvin
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Friday, August 11, 2006 C2 
not listed 
Irvin Lakes of Detroit, MI died August 8, 2006. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, August 12, 2006 at Grace Community Church in Detroit. He was born March 22, 1948 in Columbus, GA, son of James and Arvella Lakes. He was a brick mason. Preceding him in death were his parents and brothers James and Edward Lakes. Survivors include his wife of 36 years, Gail; a son, Gary Lakes of Detroit; a daughter, Nicole; 2 grandsons, Brandon and Darrius; a brother Willie (Amelia) Gates of Atlanta; 4 sisters, Carrie Lakes Chester, Ernestine McBride, Florine Lakes and Judy Lakes, all of Columbus, GA; stepbrother, James (Mattie) Smith, stepsister, Alveta (James) Upshaw of Columbus; uncle, Curtis Lakes of Moreno Valley, CA; 2 aunts, Louise Reese and Annie R Lakes of Atlanta.
LAMAR, LEON M SR
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Wednesday, February 8, 2006 C2 
Progressive Funeral Home 
Leon M Lamar Sr., 49, of Tifton, GA, formerly of Columbus, GA, died Sunday.
LAMAR, LORETTA HOLDEN MRS.
Americus Times-Recorder 
May 1995 
Barnum Funeral Home 
Funeral services for Mrs. Loretta Holden Lamar of 106 Tower View Drive, Americus, will be held at 1 p.m. Friday, June 2, 1995 at Big Bethel Baptist Church with Reverend Henry Ross officiating with burial in Staley Memorial Gardens. He was born January 5, 1937 in Sumter County, son of Ira Bush and Mrs. Hattie Ruth Hayes of Byrombille. Surviving is her mother, two daughters, Abbie Gail Davis and Regina (John) Clark; a son, Gregory (Cheryl) Holden; three sisters, Ms Vera E Willis, Ms Ellawease Phillips and Ms Sylvenia Carter; three aunts, Ms Lilliarwease Pittman, Ms Carrie Collins and Ms Madelle Brown; an uncle, Charlie Holden; eight grandchildren, four great grandchildren.
LAMAR, MARY LOU
Americus Times-Recorder 
Monday, April 24, 1978 
Barnum Funeral Home 
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Lou Lamar, 57, Sunset Park, Americus, who died Friday at Riverside Hospital, Montezuma, will be held at 2 p.m. today from Springhill Baptist Church with burial in Staley Memorial Gardens, with Reverend R B Bailey officiating. Surviving is her husband, Sim Lamar, Americus, daughters, Ola Lamar, Ocean City, NJ and Arie Lamar of Atlanta; a son, Herman Lamar, Americus; her mother Mrs. Annie Williams, St Petersburg, FL; sisters, Mrs. Catherine Richardson, St Petersburg and Mrs. Edna Mae Terry, Americus; 8 brothers, Mosel L Williams of Clewiston, FL, Lorenzo Williams, Eugene Williams and Lanair Williams of St Petersburg, S J Williams of Leesburg, FL, Lenzy Williams, Hartford, CT, Uritha Williams, Amityville, NY, Ananias Williams, Ellaville, a grandchild, nieces and nephews.
Lamb, Demereous
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Thursday, July 6, 2006 C3 
J W Jones Funeral Home 
Demereous Lamb, infant twin, of 1440 Benning Drive, Apt 92B, Columbus, GA, died June 29, 2006 at the Medical Center in Columbus. Cremation services will be held Thursday, July 6, 2006 in the chapel of J W Jones Funeral Home. He was born and died June 29, 2006, son of tamereous Lamb and Derick Flowers. Survivors include 2 brothers, D'Avontay Lamb and Emanuel Walker; 4 sisters, D'Avonna Lamb, Preacious Lamb, Gabrelle Askew, Dery'Ana Clay; grandparents, Dewayne and Melinda Darling of Fort Knox, KY and Ocie Flowers and Henry Dickerson; great grandmother, Joyce Lamb and Hilda and Amos Walker.
Lamb, Erick
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Thursday, July 6, 2006 C3 
J W Jones Funeral Home 
Erick Lamb, infant twin of 1440 Benning Drive, Apt 92B, columbus, GA, died June 29, 2006 at the Medical Center in Columbus. Cremation services will be held Thursday, July 6 in Columbus and funeral services will be held Friday, July 7 at 11 a.m. in the chapel of J W Jones Funeral Home with pastor J W Jones officiating. Erick Lamb was born and died June 29, 2006, twin son of Tamereous Lamb and Derick Flowers. Survivors include 2 brothers, D'Avontay Lamb and Emanuel Walker; 4 sisters, D'Avonna Lamb, Preacious Lamb, Gabrelle Askew, Dery'Ana Clay; grandparents, Dewayne and Melinda Darling of Fort Knox, KY and Ocie Flowers and Henry Dickerson; great grandmother, Joyce Lamb and Hilda and Amos Walker.
Lamb, Ernest Sr
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Saturday, July 15, 2006 B3 
Taylor Funeral Home 
Ernest Lamb Sr, 51, of 3911 Steam Mill Road, Apt G10, Columbus, GA, died Wednesday, July 12, 2006 at St Francis Hospital in Columbus. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 16 at Wynnton Hill Baptist Church with Reverend Percy Robinson officiating and burial in Green Acres Cemetery. He was born November 4, 1954 in Russell COunty, AL, son of Sallie Dixon and the late James Lamb. He was a truck driver with Brown Trucking Company. Survivors include his wife, Patricia; his mother; children, LaJauia (Richard) Hughley of LaJunia, AL, Ernest Lamb Jr and Collin (Stephanie) Lamb, both of Columbus; 2 brothers, Michael (Janice) Lamb and James (Linda) Lamb, both of Columbus; grandmother, mattie Dixon of Chicago, IL;; an uncle, K C (Margie) Dixon of Columbus; 2 great aunts, Nadine WOodruff of Columbus and Blanch Marshall of Cincinnati, OH; 2 sisters in law, Eliza (Howard) Bedell of Harlem, GA, and hattie (Wes) Maiden of Springfield, VA; 3 brothers in law, Woodrow (Earnestine) Hardison of Kingston, NC, Thomas Smith Jr of Columbus and Walter Smith of Columbus;7 grandchildren.
Lamb, Palmer
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
May 2005 
Taylor Funeral Home 
Palmer Lamb, 81, of 479 Lee Road 237, Smiths Station, AL, died Sunday, May 15, 2005 at the Medical Center in Columbus, GA. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday, May 21, 2005 in the chapel of Taylor Funeral Home with Reverend J W Jones officiating. Burial will be in Good Hope Baptist Church Cemetery. He was born December 14, 1923 in Lee County, AL, son of Evelyn Lamb and was a truck driver for Carolina Van Lines and a member of Good Hope Baptist Church in Phenix City. Survivors include a son, Palmer (Charlie Mae) Lamb of Huntsville, AL, 5 daughters, Dorothea Lamb, Mary (Willie) Barnes of Smiths Station, AL, Laura L Miles and Mary N Lamb of Phenix City and Mary L Phillips of Waukegan, IL; 20 grandchildren, 40 great grandchildren, and an aunt, Sarah Lamb of Phenix City.
Lamb, Vera Brooks "Red"
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
February 2004 
Taylor Funeral Home 
Vera "Red" Lamb, 65, of 1500 11th Avenue, Apartment 204G, Phenix City, AL, died Monday, Feburary 16, 2004 at the Medical Center in Columbus, GA. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, February 21, 2004 at Spirit Filled Ministries in Columbus, with Pastor Wayne Baker officiating. Burial will be in Sunset Memorial Gardens in Phenix City. She was born July 25, 1938 in Russell County, AL, daughter of Ruth Miles and Sim Brooks. She was a member of Allen Temple A.M.E. Church in Phenix City. Survivors include her mother, 2 sons, William Lamb of Phenix City and Andrew Lamb of Kansas City, MO; 4 daughters, Trishia (Michael) Malone, Pearlie (Gregory) Jenkins, Shanna Lamb of Phenix City and Betty Cochran of Phenix City; a sister, Emma Allen of Phenix City; 16 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.
Lambert, Lenora G Balkcom Mrs
Americus Times-Recorder 
Monday, November 19, 1984 
not listed 
Funeral services for Mrs Lenora G Balkcom Lambert, 97, of 807 North Lee Street, Americus, GA, who died Sunday, November 18, 1984 in Sumter Regional Hospital in Americus, will be held at 4 p.m., Wednesday, November 21, 1984 at Campbell Chapel A.M.E. Church. Reverend C W Williams will officiate. Burial will be in Eastview Cemetery. She was born in Cuthbert, GA, daughter of Charlie and Martha Willis Balkcom. She was an educator and had taught in schools in Randolph and Sumter Counties before retiring. She was a member of Campbell Chapel A.M.E. Church. Survivors include a daughter, Vivian Green Bryant, a grandson, Eddie (Joyce M Arnett) Bryant Jr and a niece, Mrs. Juanita B Miller and nephew, Walter T Balkcom, all of Americus; cousins including Mr and Mrs Primrose Kinder, Mrs Mae Cunningham and Samuel Williams, all of Americus.
Lampkin, Benjamin
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
January 25, 1996 C6 
Kimbrough Funeral Home 
Benjamin Lampkin of 482 Andrews Road, Columbus, GA, died Sunday.
LAMPKIN, BENJAMIN JR
Americus Times-Recorder 
Tuesday, April 13, 1982 
Barnum Funeral Home 
Funeral services for Benjamin Lampkin Jr, Route 2, Plains, who died Sunday at Sumter Regional Hospital will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday from St Mark A.M.E. Church in Plains with burial in Lebanon cemetery with Reverend W B Brown officiating. Surviving is his wife Mary Frances Lampkin, Plains, 4 daughters, Julie and Christine Lampkin, Plains, Mrs. Jessie Ann Anderson, Chattanooga, TN; and Mrs. Annette Wilson, Americus; 5 grandchildren, 3 sisters, Mrs. Vera Brown, Americus, Ms Doris Glass, Trenton, NJ and Mrs. Jessie Queen Smith, Rochester, NY; brothers, Joseph and Arthur Lampkin of Orlando, FL; mother in law, Mrs. Ola B Wilson, Plains; father in law, Willie Johnson, Philadelphia; 3 aunts, a son in law, Jimmy Anderson, Chattanooga, TN; 10 sisters in law, 7 brothers in law, nieces and nephews.
Lampkin, Lakeisha
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Monday, July 10, 2006 C2 
Taylor Funeral Home 
Lakeisha Lampkin, 20, of 5394 Highway 431 South, Pittsview, AL, died Wednesday, July 5, 2006 at the Medical Center in Columbus, GA. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Cool Spring Baptist Church in Pittsview, AL with Reverend Sunita Williams officiating and burial in the Shiloh Baptist Church Cemetery. She was born March 14, 1986 in Tuskegee, AL, daughter of Mary Lampkin Thomas of Phenix City. She was employed by McDonalds and was a member of Shiloh Baptist Church. Survivors include her mother and her stepfather, Anthony Thomas of Phenix City; foster parents, Willie and Sadie Henry of Pittsview; 4 brothers, Triandos James of Phenix City, Marcus Henry, Kyung Henry and John Henry, all of Pittsview; 2 sisters, Tamara Lampkin of Phenix City and Vivian Henry of Pittsview; cousins, Felicia and Yolanda Lampkin of Pittsview.
Lampley, Annie M Walker Mrs
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
April 2004 
Progressive Funeral Home 
Annie M Lampley, 79, of 5046 Burbank Street, Columbus, GA, died Sunday, April 25, 2004 at her home. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m., Friday, April 30, 2004 in the chapel of Progressive Funeral Home with burial in Fort Mitchell National Cemetery. She was born October 24, 1924 in Midway, AL, daughter of James Walker and Queen Walker Streeter. She was a member of Holy Ark Holiness Church and was a retired domestic engineer and widow of Isaac Lampley Jr. Preceding her in death were 3 children, Irene Harris, Elnora Lampley and Larry Lampley. Survivors include a daughter, Inell (Robert) Keith; a son, Roy Lampley, both of Columbus, 8 grandchildren 15 great grandchildren, 3 brothers, James (Marie) Walker Jr of Las Vegas, NV, Benjamin (Myrtis) Walker of Nashville, TN and Asberry (Ida) Walker of Akron, OH; 8 sisters, C D Gant of Monroe, LA, Edd Rose Walker and Dorothy (John) Bryant, both of Midway, AL, Patricia Hill of Las Vegas, NV, Mildred Walker of Chicago, IL, Elgretha Dockery and Jewell (Gordon) Gradney, both of Las Vegas, NV and Annie B King of Birmingham, AL; and an aunt, Hattie Mae Oliver of Columbus.
LAMPLEY, EVRIES LUE
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Tuesday, March 14, 2006 C2 
Charles E Huff's International Funeral Home 
Mrs. Evries Lue Lampley of 176 Sun Valley Drive, Macon, GA, died Friday, March 10, 2006 at Portsbridge Hospice in Macon. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, March 15 at 1 p.m. at Mt Tabor Baptist Church with Reverend John Mabry officiating. Burial will be in Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery in Midway, AL. She was born October 30, 1913 in Bullock County, AL, daughter of Elvin and Elivra Porter Jordan. She was a member of Mt Tabor Baptist Church. Survivors include her daughter, Dorothy Lampley Appling of Macon; a son, Tim (Liz) Lampley of COlumbus; a stepson, John T (Ora Lee) Dents of San Diego, CA; four brothers, Benjamin Jordan of Midway; Ezra Jordan of Columbus, Hudson Jordan of Jacksonville, AL and Led Jordan of Akron, OH; five grandchildren, five great grandchildren, three great, great grandchildren.
Lampley, James Timothy
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Friday, August 11, 2006 C3 
Charles E Huff's International Funeral Home 
James Timothy Lampley, 61, of 4133 Alton Street, Columbus, GA, died Friday at his residence. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, August 12, 2006 in the chapel of Charles E Huff's International Funeral Home with Reverend Ralph Huling officiating. Burial will be in Antioch Baptist Church Cemetery in Midway, AL. He was born March 1, 1945 in Columbus, GA, son of Charlie and Evries Lampley. He graduated from Tennessee State University and did brief post graduate studies at Harvard University. He moved to New York and in in mid 1970's went to London, England and met his wife Liz. He was a free lance writer for many African and other developing country magazines and for the BBC radio. He started a news agency from Africa, called the "Third Eye Monitor". He moved back to Columbus and traveled back and forth between Columbus and London. Survivors include his wife, Elizabeth Spiro of London, a sister, Dorothy Lampley Appling of Macon, GA; a brother, John T (Ora) Dents of San Diego, CA; an aunt, Laura Tarver of Birmingham, AL; 4 uncles, Benjamin Jordan of Midway, AL, Ezra Jordan of Columbus, GA, Hudson Jordan of jacksonville, FL and Leo Jorddan of Akron, OH.
Landers, Carrie Frances Wright Mrs
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer 
Friday, November 30, 2007, C2 
Sconier's Funeral Home 
Mrs Carrie Freances Landers, 82, of 3725 Chapman Way, COlumbus, GA, died Saturday, November 24, 2007 in Boston, MA. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, December 1, 2007 at Spirit FIllied Ministries. Reverend Wayne D Baker will officiate. Burial will be in Evergreen Memory Gardens. SHe was born November 25, 1925 in Lee County, AL, daughter of Ely andEthel Shorter Wright. She was a member of Spirit Filled Ministries. Her son, Roosevelt Jordan, preceded her in death. Survivors include a son, Willie (Janice) Jordan of Boston; a daughte, Marie F Washington of Columbus; 3 brothers, Sam Wright of Opelika, AL, Willie (Marsha) Wright of Boston and Charles (Henrietta) Wright of Virginia; 2 sisters, Ann (O D) Fitzpatrick of Boston and Betty (Jimmy) Yarde of Evans, GA; a dauhter in law, Ann Jordan of Opelika, AL; 5 grandchildren; 8 great grandchildren and one great, great grandchild.
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