Georgia Genealogy Trails
"Where your Journey Begins"
and Obituaries of Lincoln County, Georgia
BOOKER, Mrs. RUBY
Lincolnton, Ga. - Funeral services for Mrs. Ruby Louise
Booker, who died June 9. will be held at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Shady Grove
Baptist Church. Washington. Ga.. with the Revs. Weston Parks and Jackson
Parks officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends
may call at Norris W. Gunby Sr. Funeral Home. Lincolnton.
CLIATT, AM HOGAN
Lincolnton Ga. - Am Hogan Cliatt, 77, of Route 2.
Lincolnton. died Sunday at his residence.
CRITE, THILMORE, SR.
Lincolnton, Ga. - Thilmore (Dude) Crite Sr.. 70. of
Lincolnton. died Wednesday at a Washington. Ga.. hospital after a long
illness. He was a retired farmer and school bus driver and a member of
Harmony Baptist Church.
DAVIS, Miss PLUM
Lincolnton, Ga. - Funeral services for Miss Plum Davis.
72. who died Sunday, will be held at 2 p.m Saturday at Mt Zion Baptist
Church. The Rev Herman Baker will officiate. Burial will be in the
Lincolnton. Ga. - Louis Enright of Lincolnton. died Friday
in an Augusta hospital.
IVEY, MRS. RUTH WILLINGHAM
Lincolnton Resident Passes in Augusta
KIRKLAND, BONNIE LOUISE
Lincolnton, Ga - Bonnie Louise Kirkland, nine months,
infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Barney Edward Kirkland died Thursday
Graveside services will be held at 3 p.m. Friday at the New Hope Baptist
Church with the Rev. Ted Adkins officiating
LAWTON, Mrs. SARAH L.
Lincolnton , Ga - Mrs. Sarah Jane L Lawton. 78, died
Friday in Lincolnton.
Verdery Leverette. of 2541 Wheeler Road, died Monday in a local hospital.
Funeral arrangements will be announced by Williams & Dotson Funeral Home.
He was a native of Lincoln County, but had lived in Savannah for 30 years. He had resided in Augusta for 3 years. He was a retired employee of the GAF corporation. Savannah, and a member of the Ebenezer Baptist Church. Lincolnton.
Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Louise Leverette; four sons, Jimmie, Ernest, and Robert Lee Leverette, Savannah, and Billy Jean Leverette. Augusta; two step-daughters, Ella Mae Leverette. Ft. Lauderdale. Fig:, and Mrs. Marylene Murray, Broklyn NY.; one step-son, Willie White. Thomasville, Ga.; four sisters, Mrs. Gladys Tutt. Mrs. Gracie Watson, and Lucille Leverette. Augusta, and Mrs Mable Murray. Springfield. Mass., four brothers. Maynard Leverette and Trava Leverette, Augusta. Pat Leverette, Greenwood, S.C, and Murray Leverette, New York.
Friends may call at the residence or at the funeral home.
The Augusta Chronicle January 3 1973
LUCAS, MRS. LOUISE
Lincolnton, Ga. - Mrs. Louise Marshall Lucas, 44. formerly of Lincolnton. died Wednesday.
Funeral arrangements will be announced by Gumby Funeral Home.
A native of Lincoln Couty. she had lived in Delray Beach. Fla.. for 18 years. She was a member of Lincolnton First Baptist Church.
Survivors include her husband. Sidney Lucas. Daytona Beach. Fla.: step-daughter. Miss Jackie Lucas. Delray Beach: mother. Mrs. Molly Marshall. Lincolnton; father. C. C. (Buster) Marshall. Lincolnton: four sisters. Mrs. Virginia Jones. Atlantic City. N.J.. Mrs. Ruby Rhoven. Brooklyn. N.Y.. Mrs. Bertha Mickins. Lincolnton, and Mrs. Martha Ann Jeater. Delray Beach: four brothers. Charlie Marshall and Rufus Marshall, both of Delray Beach. Homer Marshall. New Mexico, and Sgt. Marvin Marshall. Vietnam. Date: 1970-05-01; Paper: Augusta Chronicle
MARTIN, MRS. DAISY
Lincolnton. Ga. Mrs. Daisy Bank -Martin, 88, died Friday afternoon at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Wells, of Lincolnton, after an extended illness.
Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Lincolnton Baptist Church with the Rev. Lee Buice and the Rev. Robert C. Daniel officiating. Burial will be in Lincolnton City Cemetery.
Date: 1964-09-26; Paper: Augusta Chronicle
MOSLEY, JAMES A.
Lincolnton, Ga. Funeral services tor James Allen Mosley, 26, of Lincolnton, who died Monday of injuries received in an automobile accident in Lincolnton. will be held at 3 p.m. today at Jones Chapel Church. Lincolnton County.
The Rev. Ficklin Guinn will officiate Burial will be in the church cemetery
A native of Lincolnton County, he was educated in Lincoln County Schools. He was an employee of Prater Poultry Service and had lived all his life in Lincolnton.
Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Gladys Inglen. Lincolnton: three sisters. Miss Barbara Thompson. Miss Joanne Inglett and Annette Inglett, all of Lincolnton: four brothers. Sidney Inglett. Jerry Inglett, Carl Inglett and Bruce Inglett, all of Lincolnton: grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lawton of Lincolnton
Pallbearers w.ll be Page Prater. Fred Prater. Johnnie Poss. Dannie Banks. Frank Turner and Biller Biggerslaff
Friends may call at Rees Funeral Home until the hour of services.
Date: 1968-08-14; Paper: Augusta Chronicle
POST, BURRELL D.
Lincolnton Resident, Passes in Augusta
Lincolnton, Ga.. March 20— Burrell D. Post, 75, of Lincolnton died early this morning In an Augusta hospital following a long illness. He was a life-long resident of Lincoln county and a member of the Baptist church.
Funeral services will be conducted from the graveside to Lincolnton cemetery Tuesday at 3 p. m., with the Rev. R. C. Daniel officiating, to be assisted by the Rev. George Holden.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lucy Cartledge Poss; two daughters, Mrs. Frank Willingham and Mrs. R. W. Willingham. both of Lincolnton; four sons. Talmadge Poss, Lester Poss. Barney Poss and Pete Poss, all of Lincolnton:
one sister, Mrs. Goldman of Lincolnton and a number of other relatives.
Pallbearers will be Joe Tatum, Wright Hollenshead, Joe Goldman. Harold Hill, Hugh McKinney and Moody Banks.
The Augusta Chronicle March 21 1950
ROBINSON, MRS. DOLLY
Lincolnton, Ga - Mrs Dolly Robinson, 85. of Lincolnton. died Wednesday.
Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Gunby Funeral Home. Lincolnton
She was a native of Lincoln County and a member of St Luke Baptist Church.
Survivors include two daughters. Mrs Essie Lou Jones. Lincolnton and Mrs Katherine Bell. Newark. N .J.
Date: 1969-12-12; Paper: Augusta Chronicle
On the 27th ultimo at the residence of her son, F. B. Sexton, his mother, Mrs. Emily Sexton, in the 55th year of her age. The above notice is taken from the "Red Land Express," and was read by the writer on yesterday, and as he knew her long and loved her much, begs that you will allow him to offer this small tribute of affection to her worth and sacred memory, and one word of consolation to the unhappy and bereaved son through the columns of the Telegraph. Mother Sexton was a native of Lincoln county, Ga., married Dec. 1st, 1822, to Doct. Samuel Sexton of Alexandria, La., removed to San Augustin, Texas, where she had ever since resided. Doct. S. having died in 1841, she was left a widow with her only son. She was a model woman in all the attributes and virtues of both head and heart, that belong to the relations of her sex. A good wife in its fullest acceptation, an exemplary Christian always at her post, a noble and true mother of as noble and true a son-upon whom all of her life, she has tenderly lavished all her hopes and earthly affection. There are few such mothers on earth. The relations that existed between mother and son were perfect. She was his only bosom friend. In boyhood she nursed and watched over him, and entered tenderly into all his boyish plans and hopes, cheered him in gloom and warned him if he wandered into strange paths of temptation and danger. In a word, she was his only guardian and protector in childhood, his companion and confidante in youth, and his ministering angel, confessor and counselor in manhood; and she was blessed because she saw in her boy Frank-the child-the youth-the man-all, that a mother's proud heart could hope to realize, and all who know him know how well she performed her duty to her charge to her country-and to her God. I know it is wrong to invade the sanctity of private griefs, but I will say to the heart-stricken, heart-broken son: Be comforted my friend, let me mingle my tears of sadness and affection with thine, in the waters of bitterness, and though far away from the scene of your great sorrow and affliction, know that "A friend in deed," feels all nay more, than the heart can speak. Remember, that all angel mothers too who live, must die, and she was equal to that death. As she was, be ye also, prepared for that death which is sure to follow life and is eternal
J.K.H. Farmingdale, Grimes Co., June 3, 1860 - The Weekly Telegraph June 12, 1860 - [submitted by Dena Whitesell]
WEEMS, JULIAN EUGENE
Lincolnton, Ga. - Funeral services for Julian Eugene Weems. 64, who died Thursday, will be held at 11 a.m. today at Lincolnton Baptist Church, with the Rev. Robert C Daniel officiating. Burial will be in West View Cemetery. Atlanta.
Rees Funeral Home, Lincolnton. is in charge.
Date: 1973-12-08; Paper: Augusta Chronicle
Lincolnton. Ga. - The infant, daughter of Mr and Mrs Johnnie Williams of Lincolnton died Thurday. Graveside services will be held at 12:30 p.m. Saturdav in Pleasant Grove C. M. E. Church Cemetery with the Rev Sim Gunbv officiating
Survivors in addition to the parents, include a sister. Miss Tamola F. Williams. Lincolnton two brnihers. Ricky Lee Williams and Ronnie Willams both of Lincolnton. grandmother. Mrs. Ida Mae Combs. Linnilnmn; paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs Willie Lee Williams. Lincolnton.
Friends may call at Gumby Funeral Home. Lincolnton. unlil one hour prior to services, then at the church.
Date: 1970-05-01; Paper: Augusta Chronicle
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