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DEATH CERTIFICATE OF

GARSIDE, William Peter

ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
Division of Vital Records
CERTIFICATE OF DEATH

1.  Decedent name:  William Peter Garside            2.  Sex:  Male                3.  Date of Death:  Nov. 1, 1978
4a. Race:  White       4b. Spanish Origin or Descent:  1. Non-Spanish        5a. Age -Last Birthday:  64    6.  Date of Birth:  March 6, 1914
7a. County of Death:  Sharp    7b. City, Town or Location of Death:  Williford    Inside City Limits:  Yes    7c.  Hospital:  No    7d. at Home
8. State of Birth:  Indiana    9.  Citizen:  U.S.A.    10. Married    11.  Surviving Spouse:  Louise Mashburn    12.  Armed Forces:  No
13. Social Security Number:  266-14-8022    14a. Usual Occupation:  Heavy Equip't Operator    14b. Construction
15a. Residence-State:  Arkansas    15b. County:  Sharp    15c. City:  Williford    15d. P. O. Box 54    15e. Inside City Limits:  yes
16. Father name:  Dr. Peter Garside    17. Mother-Maiden Name:  Margaret Colflesch
18a. Informant Name:  Louise M. Garside    18b.  Mailing address:  P. O. Box 54, Williford, Ark. 72482
19a. Burial, Cremation, Other:  Burial    19b. Cemetery:  Williford Cemetery    19c. Williford, Arkansas
20a. Date:  November 3, 1978    20b. Name of Funeral Home: Higginbotham Funeral Serv.    20c. Address:  Hardy, Arkansas
21a. Embalmer:  George T. Vore; License number: 1325    21b. Registrar: Oleta Landers    21c. Date Received by Registrar:  Nov. 6, 1978
22a. --   
23a. On the Basis of examination and/or investigation in my opinion death occurred at the time, date and place and due to the causes stated.  George T. Vore, Dep. Coroner        23b. Date signed:  Nov. 3, 1978    23c. Hour of Death:  2:20 PM    23d. Pronounced Dead:  Nov. 3, 1978    23e. Pronounced dead (hour)  3:10 PM
24.  Name and Address of Certifier:  George T. Vore, P. O. Box 532 Hardy, Ark., Sharp Co. Dep. Coroner
25.  Immediate Cause:  Acute Congestive Heart Failure

THIS IS TO CERTIFY, that the above is an exact reproduction of the original record on file in this office and of which I am legal custodian.  Witness my hand and seal of the Arkansas Department of Health at Little Rock, Arkansas.  (Copy not legal if it does not have raised seal.)
Date:  November 13, 1978
Henry C. Robinson, Jr.
State Registrar

DEATH NOTICES

ABEE, Helen B., b. 26 Nov 1904; d. Jul 1995, age 91.  (SSDI)

ABELE, Richard, b. 28 June 1919; d. Sept 1987, age 68.  (SSDI).

ADAMS, Artie, b. 18 Feb 1888; d. Mar 1977, age 89.  (SSDI.)

ADAMS, James B., b. 14 Apr 1959; d. 05 May 2007, age 48.  (SSDI)

ADAMS, John F., b. 08 Apr 1922; d. 12 Jul 2011, age 89.  (SSDI)

ADAMS, Mary E., d. 13 Dec 1925, Sharp County.  (Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950.)

ADAMS, Peggy G., b. 03 Mar 1910; d. 18 June 2001, age 91.  (SSDI)

ATKINSON, E. D., 26, of Evening Shade, died 16th inst.; leaves wife and two small children.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, Feb 19, 1880 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.)

ATKINSON, infant son of E. E. and Harriet Atkinson, died May 2, in Izard County, aged 11 months.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, May 8, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

ATKINSON, infant child of Mrs. E. D., died 3rd inst. at Evening Shade, aged 3 months.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, March 4, 1880 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.)

BATTLE-- The 13-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Battle, who live near Evening Shade, was thrown from a mule and killed recently. The boy's head struck against a tree with, such force that his skull fractured.  (Source:  Journal-Advance, May 31, 1907; transcribed by Tina Easley.)

BILLINGSLEY, Lewis R.--HARDY, ARK., April 10, 1917--An accident at the Frisco Railroad crossing here today Lewis R. Billingsley, drawman, was instantly killed, one of his mules killed and his wagon torn to pieces.  (Source:  Jonesboro Evening Sun, April 11, 1917)

BROWN, James N., died January 25, 1879; tribute of respect, Evening Shade Concert Band.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, Jan. 30, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

COOK, Mrs. Eliza J., died 13th inst.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, August 21, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

CRONE, Mrs. A. J., wife of Batesville's mayor, died last week.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, June 19, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

DAVIDSON, Marcia Tate, daughter of Sam H. & Virginia A. Davidson, died December 1 (1878) in Evening Shade; aged 1 year, 8 mo.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, Dec 5, 1878 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

EBEL, Sara E., b. 12 Feb 1905; d. Jan 1988, age 83.  (SSDI)

EDWARDS, Mrs., of near Poughkeepsie, sister of Mrs. M. E. Wasson of Evening Shade, died last Sunday at her home; husband and six children, youngest two weeks old.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, March 6, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

EHEART, Glenn E.--CHAMPAIGN-URBANA, IL—Eheart, 67, died Monday in Highland, Ark.  -- News-Gazette, The (Champaign-Urbana, IL) - Thursday, December 3, 1998

FLUTY--A child of Capt. T. C. Fluty, of Sharp Co., AR., was killed one day last week by accidental discharge of a pistol in the hands of another child. 
[Source: Dated 2 Oct 1873; Pioneer Times. Oct. 1987, Vol 11, No 4; transcribed by Joanne Scobee Morgan]

FORE, William H., about 36, died December 25 in Washington Township; tribute of respect, Evening Shade (Masonic Lodge No. 143.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, January 9, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

GILLAM, Miss A., 19, died Dec 30 at Evening Shade.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, January 9, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

GRIFFITH, D., dec., I. H. Ritchie, administrator.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, Nov. 28, 1878 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

HALL, Rev. B.F., funeral of Rev. B. F. Hall, former presiding elder of Batesville District, White River Conference Methodist Episcopal Church South, to be held at LaCross, 4th Saturday in October.  
(Abstracted from Sharp County Record, October 4, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

HELMS, Infant son of W. J. and Mary A. Helms of Evening Shade, died Tuesday, 4th, aged 7 months.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, Nov 6, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.)

HILL, Sarah Elizabeth, aged 46 years, 2 months, and 27 days, wife of W. W. Hill, county surveyor, May 5 in Reichwoods Township; born and reared in Wilson County, Tennessee; to Independence County, Arkansas with parents; married in Independence County 1865, W. W. Hill; member Methodist Protestant Church 30 years.  
(Abstracted from Sharp County Record, May 8, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

HIPP, A. R., tribute of respect, Evening Shade Masonic Lodge No. 143.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, July 10, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

HUDDLESTON, Mrs. Rosanna, wife of John G. Huddleston, died Thursday.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, January 29, 1880 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.)
HUDDLESTON, Rosanna J., born Limestone County, Alabama, March 31, 1821, died January 22, 1880; became a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church at 15; joined Methodist Episcopal Church, South at close of Civil War; husband and two sons.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, Feb 5, 1880 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.)

JUSTUS, Blanche L., b. c1873; d. 23 Mar 1944, age 71 Sharp County.  (Arkansas Death Index 1914-1958.)

JUSTUS, Della, b. 12 Oct 1902; d. Aug 1980, age 78.  (SSDI)

JUSTUS, Flynn, b. 13 Dec 1913; d. 25 Mar 2002, age 89.  (SSDI)

JUSTUS, Fred, b. 21 Aug 1928; d. 05 June 1999, Sharp Co.  (SSDI)

JUSTUS, Julia, b. 12 May 1879; d. Jan 1972, age 93.  (SSDI)

JUSTUS, Lillis L., b. 31 Oct 1909; d. 26 Mar 1989, age 80.  (SSDI)

JUSTUS, Nancy J., b. 29 Aug 1912; d. 11 Jul 1998, age 86.  (SSDI)

JUSTUS, Nettie E., b. 01 Sep 1909; d. 30 May 2000, age 91.  (SSDI)

JUSTUS, Shelby, b. 11 Nov 1889; d. Dec 1972, age 83.  (SSDI)

JUSTUS, William W., d. 15 Aug 1930 Sharp Co.

JUSTUS, Yancy, b. 29 Aug 1900; d. Feb 1984, age 84.  (SSDI)

KEMP, Joseph, 25, white, male, convicted of murder and hung Jan 3, 1879.  (Source:  THE HISTORY OF EXECUTIONS IN AMERICA BEFORE LETHAL INJECTION, "Before the Needles," by Rob Gallagher.  Used with permission.  Transcribed by A. Newell.)

LANCE, killed by James H. Mullins at Mud Town, about six miles west of here, a few days ago.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, Jan. 2, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.)

MEDLEY, Mrs. Nancy, died at her residence one mile south of Evening Shade, September 27, aged 35; former wife of Isaac Sharp, Proprietor os Sharp's Mills, who died several years ago, several children; married about 8 months ago to John S. Medley.  
(Abstracted from Sharp County Record, October 4, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

METCALF, Warner W., died October 2, at Evening Shade, aged 46; from Mississippi to Arkansas 1857; wife and large family of children; Mason.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, October 4, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

MORGAN, James, of Sharp County, died last Monday at Batesville; his wife also died recently.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, Oct 9, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.)

P--TER, _____, daughter of Peter O. P_ter of near Highland, Richwoods Township, died a few days ago.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, December 19, 1878 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

PARISH, Mrs. May, wife of William Parish, died yesterday near Evening Shade.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, March 6, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

PETERS, Margaret E.--CHATTANOOGA, TN—Burial will be at 1 p.m. today in Highland Ark Cemetery. Arrangements by Chattanooga Funeral Home, East.   -- Chattanooga Times Free Press (TN) - Friday, May 5, 1995

PORTER, W. C., 76, died near Highland, at his residence, Richwoods Township, Tuesday, December 17; Primitive Baptist; "large family, among whom are County Judge A. J. Porter and W. G. Porter of Springfield, Missouri."  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, December 19, 1878 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

SAUNDERS, Mrs. Maggie, wife of William L., about 37 years old, died 27th ult. in Lebanon Township; daughter of Anthony and Mary Ann Cozort, who settled at Smithville about 1849 from Rowan County, North Carolina; member of Presbyterian (Old Style) Church; married Capt. Saunders 1875; leaves 9 sisters, 2 brothers.  
(Abstracted from Sharp County Record, Mar 4, 1880 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.)

SHAVER, Infant daughter of W. C. and Mollie, died Dec. 1 at Evening Shade, aged 4 months.  
(Abstracted from Sharp County Record, Dec 4, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.)

SIPE, Laura L., d. 30 Oct 1928 in Sharp County.  --Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950.

SIPES, William A., d. 30 Jul 1926 in Sharp County.  
--Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950.

SIPES, Willie T., d. 31 Dec 1928 in Sharp County.  
--Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950.

SISK, James D., d. 22 Aug 1926 in Sharp County.  
--Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950.

TUCKER, Nancy, d. 13 Mar 1925 in Sharp County.  
--Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950.

TURNER, twin children of T. J. TURNER, of King's Mill, died this week.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, Feb 27, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.

WEATHERMAN, Tip, a young man, accidentally killed near King's Mills last Friday.  
(Abstracted from Sharp County Record, Nov 6, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.)

WILKERSON, Charley, aged 2 years and 5 months, son of John S. and Elizabeth W. Wilkerson, May 6 at Evening Shade.  
(Abstracted from Sharp County Record, May 8, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)
WILKERSON, Dora Ellen, 5 years, died May 10 at Evening Shade and ...
WILKERSON, Johnny, aged 8 years, died May 15 at Evening shade, daughter and son of John S. and Elizabeth Wilkerson; all three of their children have died in the past 2 weeks.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, May 15, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

WILLIAMS, Leona, aged two years and eight months, daughter of R. Dudley and Mollie E. Williams, at Evening Shade, April 19, 1879.  
(Abstracted from Sharp County Record, April 24, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

WILLIAMS, Mrs. Mollie, funeral to be held next Sunday at Evening Shade.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, June 12, 1879 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team)

WILSON, Charles Lee, second son of Calvin J. and Jennie E. Wilson, died at Evening Shade, Dec. 6, 1878, aged 5 years, 18 days.  (Abstracted from Sharp County Record, December 1, 1878 by Genealogy Trails Transcription Team.)





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