Emanuel County Obituaries

 

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Moore, J. L. "Buster" SFB 09/04/1985

TWIN CITY -- J. L. "Buster" Moore, 67, died Tuesday, Aug. 27 near his

residence from injuries received in an auto accident.

       The funeral was conducted at 3 p.m. Thursday at First Baptist Church

of Twin

City.  the rev. Franklin Sasser and the Rev. Inman Gerrald officiated. 

Burial was in Antioch Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery.

       Mr. Moore was a native of Emanuel County and was a retired farmer.  He

was a member of Emanuel County Farm Bureau and was chairman of Emanuel County

Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service for 17 years.  He was a

member and deacon of First Baptist Church of Twin City.

       Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Lucille W. Moore of Twin City; four

daughters, Mrs. Brenda Moore Jones of Atlanta, Mrs. June Moore Roberson of Sparta,

Mrs. Scarlet Moore Simmons of Brunswick, and Mrs. Terry Moore Diamond of

Norcross; five sisters, Mrs. Mary Lou Sutton, and Mrs. Annie Mae Woods of

Swainsboro, Mrs. Ester Bell of Twin City, Mrs. Veta Turner of Canoochee and Mrs. Pauline

Edenfield of Metter; two brothers, Doc Moore of Orlando, Fla., and Earl Moore of

Savannah: and four grandchildren.

       Nephews, Tommy Jean Woods, Luther Bell, Winfred Bell, James Fred

moore, Johnson Turner, Toby Wells, Jerry Edenfield and Bobby Edenfield served as

active pallbearers.  Honorary pallbearers were Leon Thorne, Steve Anderson,

Durden Johnson,  Howard Quarles, Homer Moxley, Norman Tanner, Dickson Durden, John

Evan Morgan, Buster Jones,  Carl Grimes, Dr. Leon Curry, Jay Chapman,  Norman

Chapman, Rollin Grimes, Pedro Andrews, Jim Bennett, C. L. Welch, Jack

Atkinson and Ivey J. Turner.

       Peebles-Curry Mortuary of Swainsboro had charge of arrangements.

 

Moore Marvin, SFB 03/11/1943

    Marvin Moore, 49, died at his home near Graymont in Emanuel

County Sunday night following two weeks illness.

    Besides his wife, Mrs. Emmie Cowart Moore, he is survived by eight

daughters, Mrs. James Meeks and Mrs. Jesse Crews, both of Aline; 

Mrs. Bud Turner of Savannah; Misses Lois, Thoe, Ruth, Jewel and Willie Jane

Moore all of Graymont; two sons, Otis Moore, United States Army and

Charles Moore of Graymont; a brother, Joe Brown Moore, of Graymont;

and four sisters, Mrs. Parker Terrel, Mrs. Della Moore and Mrs. Harold

Cannon, all of Atlanta, and Mrs. Tot (Lott) Fulmer of Graymont.

    Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Antioch

Church, the Rev. Jenkins of Graymont officiating.  Burial was in

the Antioch cemetery. 

 

MOORE, Bertie   -   SFB  -  6/21/1965

     Funeral services for Miss Bertie Moore, 58, were held at 4 p.m.

Sunday at the Swainsboro Church of God with the Rev. Raleigh

Jenkins and the Rev. Ernest Bishop officiating.  Burial was in the

city cemetery.

       Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Annie Lou Lanier, Pompano

Beach, Fla., Mrs. Lee Harrell, Swainsboro, and Mrs. Debbie Lee Riner,

Swainsboro; four brothers, George L. Moore, J. D. Moore, Joe B.

Moore, and Pharoah Moore, all of Swainsboro.

       Shadowlawn Mortuary was in charge of arrangements.

 

MOORE, Steely  SFB  11/05/1908

  Judge Steely Moore died at his home near Nunez last night.

He was one of the oldest, if not the oldest man in the county,

being about 84 years of age.  He was for many years one of the

most prominent men in the county holding at various times such

positions as ordinary, sheriff, etc. 

  The funeral ceremonies will take place at the interment which

will be on the old home place tomorrow, Elder S. M. Anderson

will preach the funeral and a large crowd of friends and relatives

is expected to be present to pay the last tribute of respect to one

of the old landmarks of our ante bellum citizenry which is rapidly

passing away.

 

MOORE, Mrs. Vianah Thomspon  SFB  4/7/1965

       AUGUSTA -- Funeral services for Mrs. Vianah Thompson Moore,

89, of 1821 Ellis Street, were held at 4 p.m. Tuesday at St. Luke

Methodist Church with the Rev. Ralph Mabry officiating.

Burial was in the West View Cemetery.

       Mrs. Moore died at an Augusta hospital Sunday following an

extended illness.

       A native of Emanuel County, she had lived in Augusta for 37

years and was a member of the St. Luke Methodist Church.

       Elliott Sons Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. 

 

MOORE, Pharaoh  SFB   8/3/77

       Pharoah Moore, 73, died Sunday in an Emanuel County nursing home.

       The funeral was held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the chapel of Shadowlawn

Mortuary with the Rev. Kelmer Durden officiating.  Burial was in the Swainsboro

City Cemetery.

       A lifelong resident of Emanuel County, Mr. Moore is survived by his

widow, Mrs. Lena Moore; a daughterm, Mrs. Glenda Screws of Swainsboro; a son,

Archie Moore of Macon; and three brothers, George L. Moore, J. D. Moore, Joe

Brown Moore, all of Swainsboro.

       Pallbearers included Junior Screws, Luther Page, Henry moore, Buford

Pritchard, Franklin Moore and George Willis.

       Shadowlawn Mortuary of Swainsboro had charge of arrangements.

 

MOORE, Mrs. R. Pierce   SFB   03/28/1929

       Swainsboro was saddened by news that Mrs. R. Pierce Moore

had passed away at her home in Americus, Sunday morning about

four o'clock.  Mrs. Moore had been ill for some time, and although

her condition was regarded as grave by her relatives, her passing was none

the less a shock to her countless relatives and friends here and elsewhere.

       Mrs. Moore was born and reared in Swainsboro, the daughter of the late

Mr. and Mrs.  Jesse Thompson.  In her girlhood and young womanhood, she was

one of the most popular members of the social set of Swainsboro.

       The funeral rites were held at the Moore home in Americus Monday

morningInterment following in the Americus cemetery.

       The deceased is survived by her husband and four daughters, Mi...

Harriett, Sara, Kathryn, and Margaret.   Also two sisters, Mrs. Owen (?)

Moore of Augusta, and Mrs. M. W. berry of Swainsboro; four brothers, Messrs.

Jesse, Jr., Wiley, Arthur, and Harry Thompson of Swainsboro. 

 

MOORE, Owen O.  SFB  10/05/1933

Mr. O. O. Moore, of Augusta, Dies

       Word was received here last week of the death of Mr. Owen O. Moore,

70, of Augusta, who died in Wesley Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.  Mr. Moore had

been in ill health for some times, and underwent an operation about ten days

previous to his death, from which he failed to rally.

       Mr. Moore was well known in Swainsboro, being the husband of the

former Miss Alice Thompson, daughter of the late Jesse Thompson.  He had been

employed for many years as bookkeeper for the Augusta Chronicle.  He had been a

resident of Augusta all of his life.

       Besides his widow, the deceased is survived by three sons, Jesse T.

and Eugene F. Moore, both of Atlanta, and George K. Moore, of Augusta, and 11

grandchildren.

       The funeral and interment was in Augusta

 

MOORE, Ella Lucile   SFB   06/15/1922

       Mrs. Ella Lucile Moore having departed this life May 20th, 1922,

while young in life, and in the blood of young womanhood.

       She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Black and was born

October 28th, 1900 having a young companion to mourn her loss which was

heart-rending to all of her loved ones and many friends.  She was loved by her

Sunday School in which she took great interest and it was a great loss to give her

up, trust that Luther may live to meet her some sweet day in that beautiful

home in the sweet beyond where there will be no tears to shed.

       May our Heavenly Father have mercy on the bereaved family in their sad

hour.  From Hawhammock Sunday School.

  Mrs. A. H. Hooks

  Mrs. C. W. Sturdivant,

  Mrs. A. J. Hooks,

  Mrs. G. C. Kent.

 

MOORE, E. G.   SFB   04/28/1916

       Mr. E. G. Moore, a well known citizen of Swainsboro, died Tuesday

night as the result of fever and pneumonia.  He was buried in the new cemetery. 

Survivivng him are a wife and three children, who have the sumpathy of the

community in their sad bereavement.  Mr. Moore was farming this year, but last

year he was associated with Sanders and Fulghum in the blacksmith shop.

 

MOORE, Earl Everett    SFB    10/10/1990

       Savannah - Earl Everett Moore, 75, died Tuesday, Oct. 2, in Candler

General Hospital.

       The funeral was conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday from Antioch Primitive

Baptist Church near Swainsboro the Rev. Gene Sego officiated.  Burial was in

the church cemetery.

       Mr. Moore, a native of Emanuel County, was a retired painting

contractor.

       Survivors include a daughter, Virginia Collins of Eden;  our sisters,

Pauline Edenfield of Metter,  Ester Bell,  Annie Mae Woods and Vida Turner,

all of Twin City, eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

       Nephews served as pallbearers.

       Hunnicutt Funeral Home of Swainsboro had charge of arrangements.

 

MOORE, EDGEY   SFB   02/10/1938

       Funeral rites for Edgey Moore were held from Mt. Zion Baptist Church,

at Norristown at 3:30 Sunday afternoon, with Elder Sidney Claxton officiating.

 Burial was in the church cemetery.  DeLoach-Spivey Mortuary was in charge of

funeral arrangements.

       Mr. Moore died at his home near Norristown, at 6:30 p.m. last Friday,

after an illness of several weeks.

       He was a native of Emanuel County and resided here all of his life

being a farmer by occupation.  He was a son of the late Garrett and Martha Moore.

 He was 57 years of age and a leader in his community.  His wife died last

year.

       He is survived by eight children, Claude, Alonzo, Carl, Grady Moore,

Mrs. Freddie Beasley, Mrs. E. L. Hall, Mrs. Ralph Hall and Mrs. G. W. Walden,

nine grandchildren, and a number of other near relatives.

 

MOORE, DUNCAN   SFB   07/23/1925

       Mr. Duncan Moore, of Summertown, was shot and instantly killed near

Midville Saturday, it is said, by Deputy Sheriff R. M. Carter, of Burke county.

       It is said that the officers were watching a still where whiskey had

been manufactured and where there was a considerable quantity of whiskey, and

that two cars drove up.  One was blocked and the parties arrested, bug the car

which Mr. Moore was in made flight and was pursued by the officers.  It is

also stated that some one in this car drew a gun and attempted to shoot the

officers, when Deputy Carter fired, killing Mr. More instantly.  Mr. Ira Dudley,

who was in the car with Mr. Moore, also had a finger shot off.  A double barrel

shot gun loaded with buckshot was used.

       Mr. Moore is a son of Mr. James M. Moore, a prominent farmer of

Summertown, and was about twenty years old.

       The remains were interred Sunday at the family cemetery on the

plantation of Mr. S. S. Moore, near Swainsboro. 

 

MOORE, DESSIE   SFB  10/17/1979

       Mrs. Dessie Moore of Swainsboro  died Wednesday, Oct. 10, in an

Emanuel County nursing home at the age of 80.

       Funeral for Mrs. Moore was conducted at 3 p.m. Thursday from the

chapel of Hunnicutt Funeral Home.  Burial was in Swainsboro City Cemetery.

       A native of Emanuel County, Mrs. Moore was a member of Oak park

Baptist Church.  She was a retired school teacher and a saleslady.

       Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Mary Frances Lee of Savannah; two

sons, Elton Moore and Ray Moore, both of Swainsboro; a sister, Mrs. Harvey

McVey of Metter, 13 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.

       Hunnicutt Funeral Home of Swainsboro was in charge of arrangements.

 

MOORE, DR. THOMAS GROVER   SFB   4/17/1971

SANDFORD, Fla. --  Dr. Thomas Grover Moore, 85, died March 29 at Lakeview

Nursing Center in Sanford, Fla., after an extended illness.

       Funeral services were held from Drisson Funeral Home in Sanford

Thursday, April 1.

       A native of Emanuel County, Dr. Moore was the son of the late Judge

John Jay Moore and Mrs. Cassie Edenfield Moore of Emanuel County.

       Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Wallace Smith of Sanford, Fla., a

son,

Dr. John Darsey Moore of Delray Beach, Fla.,; two sisters, Mrs. John R.

Powell of Swainsboro and Mrs. Herman Yeomans, Sr. of Collins; three grandchildren;

two great-grandchildren, and a number of nieces and nephews.

 

MOORE, THOMAS    SFB   04/06/1911

        On Tuesday evening a message was received by Mr. S. S. Moore from

Jacksonville, Fla., that his son, Thomas Moore, was in a serious condition.

        Mr. Moore was employed by the electric light company of that city. 

It seems that he was on a pole 30 feet from the ground when he came in contact

with a live wire and was knocked to the ground from the effect of which he

died Wednesday at 2 o'clock, a.m.  The remains were brought here this morning

over the G. & P. railroad, and were interred this afternoon at the family

cemetery about three miles from town.  Besides his father and mother, Mr. Moore

leaves five brothers and five sisters to mourn his loss.  The funeral will be

conducted from the resident of Mr. S. S. Moore by Rev. B. E. Whittington.

 

MOORE, THOMAS WILL    SFB   05/07/1975

       Graveside services for Thomas Will Moore, 90, were held at 4 p.m. 

Monday at Swainsboro City Cemetery with the Rev. Josh Hunnicutt officiating.  Mr.

Moore died Saturday. 

       He was a native of Emanuel County and a retired apartment house

operation.

       Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lyneath Musgrove of Homerville,

and Mrs. Cora Shelton of Swainsboro; a sister, Mrs. Belle Davis Boatwick of

Lake Alfred, Fla.

       Hunnicutt Funeral Home of Swainsboro had charge or arrangements.

 

MOORE, ALMA   SFB   01/21/1937

       Miss Alma Moore of Atlanta, a native of Emanuel County, died Friday

night, January 15, in an Atlanta hospital following a six months' illness.  She

had lived in Atlanta for 15 years and was cashier at the Ansley hotel for the

past 10 or 12 years.  She was born and reared in Stillmore, in Emanuel county,

near Swainsboro.  She was the daughter of the late J. B. Moore and the late

Mrs. Kate Flint Moore.

       Surviving the deceased are six brothers, J. H. Moore, of Swainsboro;

Harry Moore, Jim Moore, Flint Moore, of Sylvania; Chase Moore, Offerman and

Claude Moore, of McRae; and two sisters, Mrs. Robert Coleman, Stillmore, and Miss

Helen Moore of Atlanta.

       Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the

Methodist church in Stillmore, with Dr. J. Walter Hendricks, of Savannah,

officiating.  Interment will be in the Stillmore cemetery.  Swainsboro Funeral Parlor

was in charge of arrangements.

 

MOORE, ANNIE, MRS.   SFB   11/02/1977

       Moore rites are observed.

       Graveside services for Mrs. Annie Moore, 72, were held at 3 p.m.

Monday at the Twin City Cemetery with the Rev. David Gilleland and the Rev. William

Nance officiating.

       Mrs. Moore died Friday in a Decatur nursing home.

       A native of Emanuel County, she is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Doye

Collins of Jonesboro; two sons, Randolph Moore of Memphis, Tenn., and Edwin

Moore of Altoona, Pa., and a sister, Mrs. Sallie Moore of Vidalia.

       Pallbearers were James Johnson, Steve Anderson, Virgil Ellington, C.

D. Cumbee, Jr., C. A. Price and Randy Ellington.

       Hunnicutt Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

 

MOORE, M. L. (BUCK CARTER)   SFB   08/16/67

       Funeral services for M. L. (Buck Carter) Moore, 36, of Route 6,

Dublin, were held Friday at 3 p.m. from Scott Baptist Church, of which he was a

member.  The Rev. Eddie Hilburn, the Rev. W. A. Foskey Jr. and the Elder Paul

Thomas officiated and interment was in Piney Mount Church Cemetery.

       Pallbearers were Walter Wynn, Jr., Bryan Hilburn, Kenneth Foskey, Thad

Donaldson, John Darley, Joe Martin, Ralph Carter and Lamar Mimbs.

       Mr. Moore was killed in a tractor accident near Savannah last

Wednesday morning.  He was born in Emanuel County, but had lived in Laurens County for

20 years.

       Surviving are six brothers, the Rev. Monroe Carter, Bobby Carter,

Francis Carter, Junior Carter and Mervin Carter, all of Dublin, S. M. Carter of

Soperton; three sisters, Mrs. Alton McTier of Savannah, Mrs. Grady Moore Sr., of

Swainsboro, Mrs. John Henry Grant of Swainsboro; and his great-grandmother,

Mrs. Mattie Flanders of Adrian.

       Sammons Funeral Home of Soperton was in charge of arrangem

 

MOORE, MAGGIE COLEMAN   SFB   09/18/1985

       Mrs. Maggie Coleman Moore, 88, of Swainsboro died Friday in Emanuel

County Hospital after a long illness.

       The native of Coffee County was a homemaker and a member of Riverside

Baptist Church of Savannah.

       Funeral was conducted at 3 p.m. Sunday from the chapel of

Peebles-Curry Mortuary, Swainsboro.  Elder William Claxton and Elder Harold McElveen

officiated.  Burial was in Swainsboro City Cemetery.

       Survivors include three sons, Carl Moore, Edward Moore and Billy

Moore, all of Savannah; a daughters, Mrs. Margaret Brown of Swainsboro; a

half-sister, Mrs. Ruth Davis of Savannah; a half-brother, Luther Coleman of Swainsboro;

14 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

       Grandsons served as pallbearers.

       Peebles-Curry Mortuary of Swainsboro had charge of arrangements.

 

MOORE, MARGARET   SFB   08/08/1935

       Funeral rites for Miss Margaret Moore, 19, were held at the Moore's

family cemetery near here at 5 p.m. Sunday with Dr. J. Walter Hendricks of

Savannah officiating.

       Miss Moore died at the home of her parents here at 11 p.m. Saturday

after a long illness.

       Surviving are parents Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Moore, a sister, Maude; two

brothers, J. E.Jr., John U., her grandmothers, Mrs. J. J. Moore of Nunez , and

Mrs. W. K. Cook of Tallahassee, Fla., and a large family connection in Emanuel

County.

 

MOORE, LEE ESTHER    SFB    02/27/1974

        Warner Robins - Mrs. Lee Esther Moore, 75, died Saturday in a local

hospital after a long illness.

       Services were held Monday at 3 p.m. at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church

Burial was in Magnolia Park Cemetery.

       Mrs. Moore, a native of Swainsboro, had lived in Warner Robins for 20

years.  She was a member of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.

       Survivors include a son, Paul G. Moore of Warner Robins; a daughter,

Mrs. Kenneth Main of Portland, Ore.; a brother; Stealey Moore of Soperton;

three sisters, Mrs. Birtie Teel of Augusta, Mrs. Vennie Mae Turner of High City,

Fla., and Mrs. Gertrude McCoy of Swainsboro; seven grandchildren; and two

great-grandchildren.

       McCullough Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

 

MOORE, LUTHER J.   SFB   06/19/74

       TWIN CITY - Funeral services for Luther J. Moore, 75, of Twin City,

were held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at Hawhammock Baptist Church.

       The rev. Frank Brinson officiated.  Interment was in the church

cemetery

       Mr. Moore died Thursday in an Emanuel County hospital.

       A native of Emanuel County, he was a farmer and a member of Hawhammock

Baptist Church.

       Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ruby Cowart Moore of Twin City; a

daughter, Mrs. N. A. Roberts of Augusta; and a son, Jerry S. Moore of Twin City.

       Pallbearers were Howard McCook, Easton Tucker, Charlie Cowart, Alton

Black, Jay Lawson and H. L. Brown.

       Hunnicutt Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

 

MOORE, LUCILE BOATRIGHT SFB   02/09/1939

       Funeral services will be held today for Mrs. Lucile Boatright Moore,

who died after one weeks illness.  She was 42 years old, and has been a

resident of this county all her life, joining the Hawhammock Baptist Church in her

younger days.

       She is survived by her husband Mr. H. M. Moore, four daughters,

Bruncelle, Addie Ruth, Mertice and Elvia Moore; her father Mr. M. B. Boatright; four

brothers, B. B., F. R., W. R., and M. M.  Boatright; and one sister, Mrs.

Kattie Lamb.

       Funeral services will be held at the Hawhammock church at 2 P.M.,

 Rev. O. B. Rustin of Statesboro will officiate.  Interment will be int he

church cemetery.  Swainsboro Funeral Home is in charge of arrangement

 

Moore, Sallie Boatright  SFB   06/22/1988

       Orlando, Fla. - Mrs. Sallie Boatright Moore, 86, died Sunday, June 12,

at Pinar Terrace Manor, Orlando.

       The funeral was conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday from Hawhammock

Missionary Baptist Church in Emanuel County.  The Rev. Frank Brinson officiated. 

Burial was in the church cemetery.

       A Native of Wilkes County, Mrs. Moore was a member of Hawhammock

Missionary Baptist Church.  She was a seamstress and a homemaker.

       Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Jeanette Stone of Orlando,

Mrs. Mildred M. Adams of Vidalia and Mrs. Joyce Wylene Wiedman of Meritt Island,

Fla., ten grandchildren and thirteen great-grandchildren,

       Pallbearers were grandsons, Johnny Wall, Charles Stone, Donnie

Wiedman, Lanier Pittman, Wiley Jones and Jerry Moore.

       Hunnicutt Funeral Home of Swainsboro had charge of arrangements.

 

MOORE, RUBYE COWART   SFB   08/15/1984

       TWIN CITY -- Final rites for Mrs. Rubye Cowart Moore, 86, were held at

4 p.m. last Wednesday, Aug. 8, at Old Canoochee Primitive Baptist Church.

       Elder Manning Temples and the Rev. Dusty Reynolds officiated with

interment in the church cemetery.

       Mrs. Moore died Tuesday, Aug. 7, at Humana Hospital in August after a

short illness.

       A native of Emanuel County, she was a homemakers and a member of Old

Canoochee Primitive Baptist Church.

       Survivors include a son, Jerry Moore of Twin City; a daughter, Mrs.

Cindy Roberts of Augusta; a sister, Mrs. Mollie M. Rushing of Savannah; four

grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

       Pallbearers were Tommy Rountree, Harold Hall, Rudolph Brown, H. L.

Brown, Edd Patrick and Johnny Matkovish.

       Peebles-Curry Mortuary of Swainsboro was in charge of arrangements.

 

MOORE, Mrs. Lela Belle Hall    SFB   01/29/1975

       AUGUSTA --  Mrs. J. L. (Lela Belle Hall) Moore, 77, of 114 Oriole

Drive, Okeechobee, Fla., died Friday in Okeechobee.

       The funeral was held at 3 p.m. Sunday in Poteet Funeral Home, Green

Street Chapel, with the Rev. David Sergent officiating.  Burial was in Hillcrest

Memorial Park.

       A native of Swainsboro, she had lived in Florida for 20 years.  She

was a Methodist.

       Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. George Pederson of Okeechobee; a

son, James Velix, West Palm Beach, Fla., two sisters Mrs. R. A. Vignati,

Augusta, and Mrs. A. Rizza of Savannah; and a brother Henry Hall of Macon.

 

BOATWRIGHT, Benjamin Harrison  SFB  02/19/1969

       Vidalia -- Benjamin Harrison Boatwright, 59, a native of Emanuel

County died Sunday.

       He had lived in Vidalia for the past 40 years and was a farmer and a

member of the First Baptist Church.  He was also a member of the Masonic Lodge.

       Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ruth Robinson Boatwright of Vidalia;

three daughters, Mrs. John Taylor of Athens, and Miss Nancy Sue Boatwright and

Miss Binjy Theresa Boatwright of Vidalia; seven sisters, Mrs. Ernest Johnson

of Garfield, Mrs. George Ennis of Macon, Mrs. R. L. Williford of Savannah,

Mrs. Lena B. Collins of Longwood, Fla., and Mrs. Martha Murphey of Laurens, S.C.;

two brothers, J. C. Boatwright of Twin City and Benjamin F. Boatwright of

Athens; and his stepmother, Mrs. Ben Boatwright of Laurens.

       Funeral services were held Tuesday at 4 p.m. at the First Baptist

Church, Vidalia.

 

BOATWRIGHT, Bessie Curl  SFB  07/04/1982

       TWIN CITY -- Mrs. Bessie Curl Boatwright died Sunday in an Emanuel

County hospital.

       Funeral was held at 3 p.m. Tuesday from Hawhammock Baptist Church

The Rev. Louis Pearce and the Rev. Earl Warnock officiated.  Burial was in the

church cemetery.

       A native of Emanuel County, Mrs. Boatwright was a member of Hawhammock

Baptist Church.

       Survivors include her husband, Osborn Boatwright; a sister, Carolyn

Curl Boatwright of Swainsboro, and a brother, Albert Curl of Swainsboro.

       Pallbearers were Pepper Fields, Tyson Stevens, Donald Hooks, John R.

Roberts, Buddy Sconyers and Paul M. Gay.

       Honorary pallbearers were deacons of Hawhammock Baptist Church.

       Hunnicutt Funeral Home of Swainsboro had charge of arrangements.

 

BOATWRIGHT, Cecil W.   SFB   11/6/1974

       Funeral Services for Cecil W. Boatwright 61, of Garfield were held

Friday at Hawhammock Baptist Church with the Rev. Mack Alderman and the Rev. Bob

Long officiating.

       Mr. Boatwright, who died last Wednesday in the Millen hospital, was

buried in the church cemetery.

       He was a native of Emanuel County and an employee of Atkinson Pecan

Products.

       Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Carrie Boatwright, Garfield; one

son, Marvin Boatwright, US Navy, San Francisco, Calif., three stepsons, Edward

Muns, Garfield; Dan Muns, Swainsboro, James Muns, Piedmont, Ala.; one daughter,

Mrs. Patricia Cotter, Houston, Tex.; three sisters, Mrs. Marylena Donohoo,

Mrs. Nandora Kemp and Mrs. Audrey Rich, Swainsboro; three brothers, R. J.

Boatwright, Edward Boatwright and Osborne Boatwright, Swainsboro.

       Shadowlawn Mortuary was in charge of arrangements.

 

BOATRIGHT, MRS. BEN  SFB  05/1957?

(Note:  Cannot be sure of date as it is cut off - have to check Findley

Cemetery Records)

    Funeral Services for Mrs. Ben Boatright, of Oak park, were held at the

Findley Cemetery at Oark Park, Tuesday at 2:00 P.M., Rev. Pat Bird of Graymont,

officiating.

    Survivors are Ben Boatright, husband, Mable Boatright, Essie Mae, Nora

Lee, Joyce, children,

Ben H. Boatright, J. C. Boatright, Mrs. Lena Wilson, step children.  Mrs.

Dora Hall, sister, Mansfield Findley, W. O. Findley, Victor Findly and Berry

Findley, brothers.

 

BOATRIGHT, Carolyn Curl  SFB  - 2001

       Mrs. Carolyn Curl Boatright, 86

       SWAINSBORO -- Funeral for Mrs. Carolyn Curl Boatright, 86, was held at

 

3 p.m. Saturday, April 21, 2001, from the chapel of Tomlinson Funeral Home. 

The Rev. Cail Pressey and Elder Tommy Rountree officiated.  Burial was in

Swainsboro City Cemetery.

       She died Thursday morning, April 19, in Emanuel Medical Center.

       A native and lifelong resident of Emanuel County, Mrs. Boatright had

been a nurse at Powell-Smith Hospital for 20 years.  She was a member of

Hawhammock Baptist Church.

       Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Leta Hadden of Swainsboro; and two

sons, Algie L. Boatright and John E. Boatright; seven grandchildren and four

great-great-grandchildren

       Pallbearers were Pepper Field, Wilder Smith, Harold Claxton, Wayne

Mobley, Johnathan Gordy, Bunny Hudson, Buddy Lewis, and Lewis Claxton.     

Tomlinson Funeral Home of Swainsboro had charge of arrangements.

 

BOATRIGHT, Mrs. Britton  SFB  11/22/1928

       This community was saddened last Friday morning when it was learned

that Mrs. Britton Boatright had died during the night, her demise having

occurred a little while after midnight at her home on Flanders Heights.

       Mrs. Boatright was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kea and had many

friends in Swainsboro and elsewhere who regret her untimely death.  She was a

member of the Swainsboro Methodist church and conscientious member and

worker.

       The deceased is survived by her husband and eight children, all girls.

       The funeral services were conducted by her pastor, Rev. K. H.

MacGregor Saturday afternoon and interment followed at Hawhammock cemetery, where a

large concourse of sorrowing relatives and friends had gathered to pay last

tribute to a loving spirit which had wended its way to a better world. 

 

BOATRIGHT, B. EDWARD  SFB  05/16/1979

       B. Edward Boatright, 60 died Wednesday in an Emanuel County Hospital

 

       The funeral was held at 3 p.m. Friday at the chapel of Hunnicutt

Funeral home with the Rev. Louis Pierce, the Rev. Earl Warnock and the Rev. William

Claxton officiating.  Burial was in the Swainsboro City Cemetery.

       Mr. Boatright was a native of Emanuel County and had lived in

Swainsboro most of his life.  He was a member of the Spring Hill Primitive Baptist

Church, a retired farmer and was formerly employed by the Emanuel County Board of

Roads & Revenues.

       Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Carolyn C. Boatright; a daughter,

Mrs. Leta Hadden of Swainsboro; two sons, Al Boatright and John Edward Boatright,

Swainsboro; three sisters, Mrs. Nan Dora Kemp and Mrs. Mary Lena Donahoo,

Swainsboro; and Mrs. Marjorie Garcia of ElCajon, Calif., and three brothers,

Osborn Boatright of Twin City, R. J. Boatright of Swainsboro, and Alton Boatright

of Newport News, Va.

       Pallbearers included Ivey Boatright, Pepper Fields, Bobby Curl, Andy

Boatwright, Ronald Boatright, and Bill Hammock.

       Honorary pallbearers were members of the Emanuel County Board of

Commissioners and employees of the county maintenance shop.

       Hunnicutt Funeral Home had charge of arrangements. 

 

BOATRIGHT, AMERICA  SFB  11/16/1939

       Funeral services were held for Miss America Boatright at the Hebron

church Saturday, Nov. 4, at 3 P.M. with the Elder Pat Byrd officiating. 

Interment was in the church cemetery.  Swainsboro Funeral Home was in charge of

arrangements.

       Survivors are one niece, Mrs. G. Gay, Nephew Mr. Clayton Hendrix; four

sisters, Mrs. W. B. Hall, Lyons, Mrs. G. W. Griffith, Saluda, S.C., Mrs. J.

C. Keen, Normantown, Mrs. W. O. Finley, Oak Park;  six brothers, R. L.

Boatright, Garfield, W. M., T. R., R. D. Boatright, Summit-Graymont, and B. Boatright,

Oak Park.  Pallbearers were: Gordon Hendley, Troy Hill, Carl Sikes, Ben H.,

Harold and J. P. Boatright.

 

MOORE, ALTON PETE   SFB  09/03/1975

       LYONS -- Alton Pete Moore, 66, died at his home in Lyons Thursday

after a long illness.

       A native of Emanuel County, he had lived in Lyons for 40 years.  He

was a retired farmer, a veteran of World War II, and a member of Hammonds

Mission Baptist Church.

       Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Juliette Hill Moore of Lyons; two

stepdaughters, Mr. Laverene Rogers of Bloomingdale and Mrs. Merlene Mosely of

Lyons;  a sister, Mrs. Johnnie Merle LaRoach of Savannah;  two brothers, Charles

Moore and Thomas Moore, both of Ludowici, and several nieces and nephews.     

 

MOORE, Alva   SFB   01/29/1986

       OZARK, ALA -- Alva Eugene Moore, 70, died Monday at an Ozark Hospital

after a long illness.

       The Emanuel County native had lived in Ozark six years.  He was a

retiree of Sears Company in Miami after 26 years of service and was a veteran of

World War II.

       Funeral was conducted at 11 a.m. today (Wednesday) from North Thompson

Baptist Church.  Burial was in the church cemetery.

       Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Lillian Taylor Moore, of Ozark;

three daughters, Mrs. Ivah J. Downs and Miss Lillian P. Moore, both of Ozark, and

Mrs. Sally A. Hampton of Homestead, Fla.; a son, Ronald A. Moore of Vidalia; a

sister, Mrs.. Lula M. Morris of Vidalia; nine grandchildren; two

great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

       Murchison Funeral Home of Vidalia had charge of arrangements.

 

BOATRIGHT, ALTON E.  SFB   -  1998

                Alton E. Boatright, 70

       NEWPORT NEWS, VA. --  Funeral for Alton E. Boatright, 70, was held at

11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 5, 1998 from the chapel of Peninsula Memorial Park.

       He died Tuesday, Sept. 1.

       A native of Emanuel County, Mr. Boatright had resided in Newport News,

Va., 45 years.  He was a retired builder and h ad served in the U.S. 

Merchant Marines during World War II.  Mr. Boatright was a member of Open Door

Baptist Church in Newport News and was a past Sachem, Fleetwood Tribe  #8 of the

Improved Order of Red Men.  He was preceded in death by his wife, Barbara; his

brother, Osborn Boatright; and his sister, Marjorie Garcia.

       Survivors include two daughters, Sandra B. Carroll of Yorktown, Va.,

and Linda Fitzgerald of Orlando, Fla., three sisters; and four grandchildren.

       Peninsula Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

 

BOATRIGHT, Mrs. Addie Lou  SFB  06/27/1973             

       LAURENS, S.C. -- Funeral services for Mrs. Addie Lou Boatright, wife

of the late Ben Boatright of Garfield, were held today (Wednesday)  from New

Prospect Church Burial was in Gasaway Cemetery, Saluda, S.C.

       A native of South Carolina, Mrs. Boatright died Monday afternoon at

the home of her son, Ben Boatright in Athens.

       Survivors include two sons, Ben Boatright of Athens and J. C.

Boatright of Twin City; seven daughters, Mrs. Ronnie Murphy of Laurens, S.C., Mrs.

John D. Hendley of Midville, Mrs. Frank Holland of Lyons, Mrs. R. I. Williford 

of Savannah, Mrs. Ernest Johnson of Garfield, Mrs. George Enis of Macon, Mrs.

Lena Collins of Longwood, Fla.; three brothers, Willie Wates of Ware Sholes,

S.C.,  Banks Wates of Olana, S.C., Tiller Wates of Kingsteee, S.C.; three

sisters,  Mrs. Roy Hidgon of Donalds, S.C., Miss Fannie Mae Wates of Greenwood,

S.C.,  and Mrs. Johnnie Allen of Laurens, S.C.

       Kennedy Mortuary of Laurens, S.C. was in charge of arrangements

 

MOORE, LUTHER J.   SFB   06/19/74

       TWIN CITY - Funeral services for Luther J. Moore, 75, of Twin City,

were held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at Hawhammock Baptist Church.

       The rev. Frank Brinson officiated.  Interment was in the church

cemetery

       Mr. Moore died Thursday in an Emanuel County hospital.

       A native of Emanuel County, he was a farmer and a member of Hawhammock

Baptist Church.

       Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ruby Cowart Moore of Twin City; a

daughter, Mrs. N. A. Roberts of Augusta; and a son, Jerry S. Moore of Twin City.

       Pallbearers were Howard McCook, Easton Tucker, Charlie Cowart, Alton

Black, Jay Lawson and H. L. Brown.

       Hunnicutt Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

.

 BOATRIGHT, CHARLES DAVIS   SFB   09/25/1958

       Charles Davis Boatright, 4, of Hinesville, passed away in a Ft.

Stewart Hospital Sunday after a long illness.  He was the son of Sgt. and Mrs.

Thomas C. Boatright of Hinesville, former residents of Swainsboro.

       He is survived by his parents, two sisters, Mary Ruth and Me Louise

Boatright, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Boatright and Mrs. J. B. Lovins of

Swainsboro.

       Funeral services were held Tuesday at 11 A.M. at the First Baptist

Church of Swainsboro, with Rev. Otis Brooks, Rev. Bryon Kennerly and Rev. Frank

Brinson officiating.  Interment was in the City cemetery.

       Pallbearers were Osborne Boatright, James Lovin, J. D. Boatright, Jr.,

and Harold Hall.

       T. C. Hunnicutt and Son of the Swainsboro Mortuary were in charge of

arrangements.

 

BOATRIGHT, Daniel D.  SFB  03/13/1974

Boatright died on Mary 6 at age of 95

       TWIN CITY -- Daniel D. (Uncle Dan) Boatright, 95, died at a Wheeler

County Hospital Wednesday, Mary 6, after a long illness.

       He was a lifelong resident of Emanuel County, a farmer and a member of

Antioch Primitive Baptist Church.

       Survivors include a daughter, Miss Jewell Boatright of Twin City; a

sister, Mrs. Josie Smith of Savannah; a brother, Lewis Boatright of Garfield; 17

grandchildren, 40 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

       Hooks Mortuary of Metter was in charge of arrangements.

 

BOATRIGHT, JUDITH WILLIAMSON  SFB  05/25/1944

       Mrs. Judy Williamson Boatright, 33, died in the University Hospital,

Augusta, Saturday after receiving burns when her home in Oak Park was consumed

by fire Thursday morning.

       Funeral services and burial were held Sunday afternoon, May 21 at 5:30

at Williamson Cemetery in the Oak Park Community with Rev. Grower Latimer,

pastor of the Baptist Church in Vidalia officiated.

       She was readed (sic) at Oak Park in Emanuel County and is survived by

her parents, her husband Ben H. Boatright, who is a lawyer and large scale

farm operator and small son, Steve Lance Boatright two months old.

       Three brothers are Capt. G. C. Williamson of Camp Wheeler, Christy and

Larry Williamson, of Oak Park and three sisters are Mrs. William H. Griner,

of Savannah; Miss Gloria Williamson, of Columbia, S.C. and Miss Charna

Williamson of Oak Park.

 

Boatright, Billie  SFB  01/16/1936

Funeral Rites for Boatright Child

       Funeral rites for Billie Boatright , five year old son of Mrs. Henry

Boatright and the late Mr. Boatright, were held at Hawhammock Baptist Church on

Wednesday, January 8 (?) with Rev. J. M? Foster officiating.

       He died at the home of his mother near Swainsboro on January 7th,

after an illness of two weeks.

       Besides his mother he is survived by four sisters, ?Wilma? Eloise,

Sarah, Bernice, and ?Juanita? Boatright, five brothers, Clinton, Jonas, Stephen,

and Jack ....and one half brother

 

Boatright, Essie Horton   SFB  1963

       Mrs. Essie Horton Boatright, 56, of Swainsboro, died at her residence

Tuesday afternoon after a short illness.

       She was the daughter of the later Lawson and Laura Durden Youmans.

       Survivors are her husband, J. D. Boatright of Swainsboro; six

step-sons,

Jim Scott of Swainsboro, Boots Scott of Macon, Ray Scott of Baxley, Payne

Scott of McRae, Tommy Boatright of Hinesville, and J. D. Boatright, Jr., of

Hardeeville, S.C.; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Harold Hall of Twin City; and two sisters,

Mrs. Lewis Lumley and Mrs. Leard Durden of Norristown.

       Funeral services were held Thursday at 4 p.m. from Mt. Zion Primitive

Baptist Church at Morristown with the Rev. Frank Brinson and Elder R. M. Riner

officiaitng.  Burial was in the church cemetery.

       Pallbearers were Osborne Boatright, Sutton Wells, H. L. Brown, Fred

Greenway, Pete Boatright and Lee Sanders.

       T. C. Hunnicutt & Son of the Swainsboro Mortuary in charge of

arrangements

 

Boatright, James R.  SFB  04/04/1935

       Mr. James R. Boatright died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Johnnie

Thompson, at Graymont, Wednesday morning.  He was 70 years old and a faithful

member of the Primitive Baptist Church for a long number of years.  His wife,

who was before her marriage, Miss Georgia Patrick, died several years ago and

he had never married again.

       Mr. Boatright was considered one of the best citizens of Emanuel

county, and was noted for his honesty and fair dealing.  He had lived on his farm

five miles below Swainsboro for several years prior to his death.

       He leaves four children, all of who are grown;  R. B. of Swainsboro;

Eddie and Willie, of Savannah; and Mrs. Johnnie Thompson of Graymont.

       The funeral will be held today (Thursday) at 11 o'clock at Baptist

Rest church at Graymont and interment will be at the Graymont cemetery.

 

Boatright, infant daughter of John   SFB   01/12/1966

       GARFIELD -- The infant daughter of John Lewis and Ernestine Boatright

died Saturday morning in Melbourne, Fla.

       Survivors include her parents; a twin sister; her maternal

grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thorne of Twin City; her maternal great-grandmothers,

Mrs. May Lou Sutton of Twin City and Mrs. Emory Thorne of Garfield; her paternal

great-grandparents, Mrs. and Mrs. R. L. Boatright of Garfield, and Mr. and

Mrs. C. H. Hendrix of Portal.

       Graveside services were held at 3 p.m. Sunday from the Hebron Church

Cemetery in Garfield with the Rev. Guy G. Boatright of Portal officiating.

       T. C. Hunnicutt & Son of the Swainsboro Mortuary in charge or

arrangements

 

BOATRIGHT, MRS. JOSEPHINE LOVINS  SFB  06/13/1973

       Funeral services for Mrs. Josephine Lovins Boatright were held

Saturday at 5 p.m. in the chapel of Peebles-Curry Mortuary, Swainsboro.

       The Rev. Albert Huyck officiated and interment was in the Swainsboro

City Cemetery.

       A native of Emanuel County, Mrs. Boatright died Thursday at the Ft.

Stewart Hospital.

       Survivors include three daughters,  Misses Mary Ruth Boatright, Mae

Boatright and Teresa Boatright, all of Hinesville; her mother, Mrs. J. B. Lovins

of Hinesville; two sisters, Miss Caroline Lovins of Hinesville and Mrs. Susie

Boatright of Swainsboro; and a brother, James A. Lovins of Swainsboro.

       Pallbearers were nephews.

 

BOATRIGHT, Thomas Charles    SFB   02/07/1973

       Funeral services for Thomas Charles Boatright, 54, of Hinesville, were

held Saturday at 3 p.m. in the chapel of Hunnicutt Funeral Homes.

       The Rev. Gene Hires and the Rev. Albert Huyck officiated and burial

was in the Swainsboro City Cemetery with full military honors.

       Mr. Boatright died Thursday in a Ft. Stewart Army Hospital.

       He was a native of Emanuel County, a former resident of Swainsboro and

a retired master sergeant.  He served in World War II and in the Korean

Conflict.

       Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Josephine Lovins Boatright of

Hinesville; three daughters, Misses Mary Ruth Boatright, May Boatright and Theresa

Boatright, all of Hinesville; one brother, J. D. Boatright, Jr., of

Hardeeville, S.C., and a sister, Mrs. Harold Hall of Twin City.

       Hunnicutt Funeral Home of Swainsboro was in charge of arrangements.

 

BOATRIGHT, Mrs. W. E.  SFB  08/03/1922

       On Monday, July 31st, Mrs. W. E. Boatright was called to her Heavenly

Home by He who knoweth best.  She had been in declining health for several

months, but the end came unexpectedly.

       Funeral services were held in the First Baptist Church, Rev. J. A.

?Reiser? officiating.  Interment took place Wednesday morning at the City

Cemetery.

       Besides a sorrowing husband, Mrs. Boatright; is survived by one son,

Douglas Boatright; three daughters, Mrs. H. M. Flanders of Soperton, Mrs. J. G.

Kingery of Summit; Mrs. O. P. Sasser of this city'; four grand children; and

aged mother, Mrs. Nancy Kemp, of near Summit; three sisters, one brother ana

number of other relatives.

 

BOATRIGHT, Essie L.   SFB  02/05/1959

       Mrs. Essie L. Boatright, 70, of Route 1, Swainsboro, passed away in a

Swainsboro hospital Sunday after a short illness.  A native of Emanuel County,

she was the daughter of the late Andrew Coleman and the late Nan Coleman both

natives of Emanuel County.

       She is survived by four sons Cecil Boatright, Osborn Boatright, Twin

City, Edward Boatright and R. J. Boatright, Swainsboro, three daughters, Mrs.

Berry Rich, Mrs. Luther Kemp, Swainsboro, and Mrs. Jack Donahoo, Albany

Twenty two grandchildren and sixteen great grandchildren.

       Funeral services were held Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. at the Haw Hammock

Baptist Church with Rev. Frank Brinson and Elder Rollie M. Riner officiating. 

Interment was in the church cemetery.

       Pallbearers were Pete Boatright, Rudolph Boatright, Ray Barfield, Paul

Green, W. S. Boatright and Herbert Fortner.

       T. C. Hunnicutt and Son of The Swainsboro Mortuary were in charge of

funeral arrangements.

 

BOATRIGHT, Mathew L.  SFB  10/8/1959

       Mathew L. Boatright, 18, of Swainsboro died in a Swainsboro hospital

Sunday night.

       He was a native of Emanuel County and was the son of Mrs. Loretta

Sherpard Boatright and the late Kenneth Ivey Boatright both natives of Emanuel

County.

       Surveyors include his mother, Loretta S. Boatright of Swainsboro; one

brother, Ivey Boatright of Swainsboro; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Rachel

L. Shepard of Swainsboro, and a number of aunts and uncles.

       Funeral services were held Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. at the First Baptist

Church with the Rev. C. Otis Brooks and the Rev. T. Cliff Hunnicutt Jr.

officiating.  Interment was in the Haw-Hammock Church cemetery.

       Pallbearers were Harold Hammock, Clem Paige, Wallace Hawkins, and

Bobby Self.

       T. C. Hunnicutt and Son of the Swainsboro Mortuary was in charge of

funeral arrangements.

 

 

BOATRIGHT, Mrs. Mattie Lou "Susie"   SFB  09/26/1990

       Mrs. Mattie Lou "Susie" Boatright, 65, of Swainsboro died Sunday in

University Hospital Augusta after an extended illness.

       The funeral will be conducted at 11 a.m. today (Wednesday) from First

Baptist Church Swainsboro.  The Rev. Otis Brooks will officiate assisted by

the Rev. Robert Anderson.  Burial will be in Swainsboro City Cemetery.

       A native of Emanuel County Mrs. Boatwright had been a beautician 45

years.  She was a member of Eastern Star of First Baptist Church of

Swainsboro.    

       Survivors include two sons, John Boatright of College Park and Jim

Boatright of Birmingham, Ala.; a sister Miss Carolyn Lovins of Hinesville; a

brother, James Lovins of Swainsboro; and two grandchildren.

       Pallbearers will be Rountree Schwalls, Bill Nipper, David Lovins, Jim

Warnock, Bill Rountree, Ben Gibson and John Roberts.

       Members of the Agape Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church will

serve as honorary pallbearers.

       Peebles-Curry Mortuary of Swainsboro had charge of arrangements.

 

SFB   06/30/1927

       Mr. Jordan Moore died at his home in this city here last Saturday

after having suffered for a number of years with  paralysis.  Mr. Moore was one of

the oldest and most respected citizens of Emanuel county.  He lived a quite,

unassuming life and labored hard in support of his family just as long as he

was able, attending to his own affairs and making no interference with those of

others.

       Mr. Moore had already suffered two strokes of paralysis and was

stricken with the third stroke Friday evening from which he suffered severely until

his death Saturday.

       The funeral and burial took place at Bethel church Sunday afternoon.

 

SFB  02/24/1971

Jordan Moore, 52, were held at 3 p.m. Monday at Shadowlawn Mortuary Chapel. 

       The Rev. Frank Brinson officiated with burial in the Swainsboro City

Cemetery.

       A native of Emanuel County, Mr. Moore died Saturday in the Dublin

Veterans Hospital after a short illness.

       Survivors include a daughter, Miss Mary Hazel Moore of Adrian; three

sons, Roy, Ricky and Donnie Moore, all of Adrian; his mother, Mrs. Dessie W.

Moore of Savannah; a sister, Mrs. Mary Frances Lee of Savannah; and two

brothers, E. R. Moore and Ray Moore, both of Swainsboro.

       Shadowlawn Mortuary of Swainsboro was in charge of arrangements.

 

Moore, May Lou Y.  SFB

       Mrs. Mary Lou Y. Moore, 85

       Vidalia -- Funeral for Mrs. May Lou Youmans Moore, 85, was held at

2 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2000, from the chapel of Ronnie L. Stewart & Son

Funeral Service, Vidalia.  Burial was in Boiling Springs Baptist Church Cemetery

near Soperton.

       She died Sunday, Jan 2, in Fairview Park Hospital, Dublin

       A native of Emanuel County, Mrs. Moore had been a resident of Lyons

most of her life.  She moved to Vidalia in 1969.  Mrs. Moore was a homemaker and

a member of Victory Baptist Church in Vidalia.

       Survivors include two daughters, Bessie McGowan of Vidalia and Shirley

Paris of Anderson, S.C.; two brothers, Charles Youmans of Lyons and J. W.

Youmans of Stillmore; two sisters, Susie Mae Daniels of Metter and Henrietta

Wilson of Rincon; nine grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

       Ronnie L. Stewart &* Son Funeral Service had charge of arrangements.

 

Moore, Walter J.  SFB  04/07/1976

       Services for Walter J. Moore, 89, of Route 4, Swainsboro, were held at

11 a.m. Tuesday at Nunez Baptist Church with the Rev. Kenneth Youmans, the

Rev. Inman Gerald, and the Rev. Randall Johnson officiating.  Burial was in the

Forest Lawn Cemetery near Swainsboro.

       Mr. Moore died Sunday morning in an Emanuel County nursing home.

       Mr. Moore was a native of Emanuel County and was a member of Nunez

Baptist Church.  He was a retired mail carrier and farmer.  He was a member of

Swainsboro Masonic Lodge 244.

       Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Robert K. Moore of Stone Mountain

and a son, Jack Moore of Swainsboro.

       Hunnicutt Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.

Moore, Corbin SFB  02/08/1995

 

       Corbin Moore, 87

       MILLEN -- Final rites for Corbin Moore, 87, were held Saturday at 1

p.m. from New Light Baptist Church.  The Rev. James Joyce officiated.  Burial

was in Union Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery, Garfield.

       He died Monday, Jan. 30, in University Hospital, Augusta.

       Mr. Moore, a native of Emanuel County, had moved to Millen in 1939. 

He was a deacon of Union Chapel Baptist Church and a retired railroad worker.

       Survivors include his wife, Martha Owens Moore; a son, Charles E.

Moore of Odenton, Md.; four daughters,  Jewell Hall, Annie Ruth Marshall, Lois

Weaver of Trenton, N.J., and Helen Middleton, of Brooklyn, N.Y.; a stepson,

Willie Palmer of Bufford; a stepdaughter , Harriet Owens of Millen; many

grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

       Pallbearers were Ulyses Sharpe, Ulyses Reynolds, John Lewis, Raymond

Plair, Alfred White and James Hardaway.

       Dwight's Funeral Home had charge or arrangements.

 

Boatright, Sallie  SFV  02...15? (date cut off)

       The many relatives and friends of Mrs. Sallie Boatright, wife of the

late Reubin Boatright, deeply sympathize with the immediate family in the death

of this good and aged lady in the home of her daughter in Longview recently. 

She had lived to a ripe old age and all her life was one of strict devotion

to home and its dutes.  The interment took place at Hines Church.

 

 

Boatright, Ruben  SFRB  10/05/1911   

       Mr. Ruben Boatright, familiarly known as Uncle Ruben, passed away

Saturday, Setp. 16th, at 10 o'clock A. M. and was buried at Hawhammock church

Sunday afternoon.  He was 80 years of age and had been a member of the Missionary

Baptist church for more than 50 years.  He was honored and respected by all

who knew him, and we miss his familiar face from the streets, *while he did not

stay on the streets a great deal usually coming into this office to get some

papers to read. 

       He leaves a wife and four children, two sons and two daughters.  Mr.

M. M. Boatright, Lyons, Ga., Mr. Daniel Boatright, Valdosta, Ga., Mrs. Celia

Joiner, Kiln, Ga., and Mrs. Mattie McMahon, Swainsboro, Ga.

       Our sympathy goes out to the bereaved family.

 

Boatright, Jesse  SFB  02/08/1984

       Vidalia -- Jesse Boatright, 96, of Route 3 died last Wednesday in a

Wheeler County hospital.

       The funeral was held at 3 p.m. Friday at the chapel of Hunnicutt

Funeral Home in Swainsboro.  The Rev. Arthur Conley officiated, with burial in

Waters Family Cemetery in Oak Park.

       Mr. Boatright was a native of Emanuel County, a farmer and a member of

Pendleton Springs Baptist Church near Oak Park.

       Survivors include his wife,  Mrs. Juanita Hall Boatright, a son, Jesse

Boatright of Madison, Tenn.; a stepson Jimmy Boatright of Vidalia; three

grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

       Hunnicutt Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

 

Boatright, Mrs. Annie O.   SFB  12/11/1974

       OAK PARK --  Mrs. Jessie E. (Annie O.) Boatright, 79, of Oak Park died

Monday at her residence.

       The funeral is to be held at 2 p.m. this (Wednesday) afternoon at

Pendleton Church of God with the Rev. W. R. Connell and the Rev. F. L. Brinson

officiating.

       Burial will be in the Waters family cemetery.

       A native of Toombs County, she was a member of Pendleton Church of

God.

       Survivors include her husband; a son, Jimmy Boatright of Oak Park;

four sisters, Mrs. Alvie Copeland of Norfolk, Va.; Mrs. Effie Swanson of Merritt

Island, Fla., Mrs. Mamie Ava Lou Hamilton of Baltimore, Md.; and two brothers,

C. D. O'Neal of Society Hill, S.C., and Mr.  L. M. O'Neal of Norfolk.

       Pallbearers will include Soloman Boatright, Isaiah Boatright, Danny

Boatright, Ernest Boatright, Larry Boatright, and Emmett Bridges.

       Hunnicutt Funeral Home of Swainsboro in charge of arrangements.

 

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