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Mrs Odell Gilstrap, 85, of Beverly Manor, died Monday, Dec 17, 1990, at St Joseph Hospital.
The funeral will be at 11am Thursday at Curtis Baptist
Church, with the Rev W Sherrell Dunn
officiating. Burial will be in Westview Cemetery.
Mrs Gilstrap, al lifelong resident of Augusta, was a homemaker.
She was a member of Curtis
Baptist church, where she belonged to the Fidelis Sunday School Class, and a member and
former president of the Annie Wheeler Auxiliary of the United States Spanish American War
Survivors include her husband, Herbert Gilstrap Jr; two
daughter, Carolyn Lenkiewicz and
Barbara Neal, both of August; a sister, Cora Lee Hayes, Graniteville, SC; and seven
grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be Terry Holcombe, Steve McGahee, Todd
Harbuck, Harry Coolidge, Herb
Gilstrap III, Mike Leonard and Ray Adams.
The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 pm today at
Platt's Funeral Home.
HEMINGWAY, DONALD T.--donated by: Beth Boysworth HEMINGWAY
Donald Thomas Hemingway, 4335 Rivera Way, Martinez, died Thursday in a Richmond County hospital.
The funeral will be at 4pm Saturday at Thomas L. King
Funeral Home, Martinez, with chaplain
Capt. Wilfred Brewster Jr. officiating. Burial will be in Bellevue Memorial Gardens with full
Mr. Hemingway was a native of Swanton, VT, and lived in
the Augusta area since 1962. He was
a retired sergeant in the US Army, a veteran of World War II and the Korean War, and a
member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Survivors include his wife, Etta F. Hemingway; five sons,
Donald Hemingway, Leominster, MA,
Kenneth Hemingway, Madison, Staff Sgt. David Hemingway, Charleston Air Force Base, CA,
Mark Hemingway, Blythe, and Doug Hemingway, Martinez; two daughters, Janet Mallett,
Orange, MA, and Jean Morse, Fitchburg, MA; and two sisters, Barbara Renaudette, St. Albans,
VT, and Viola Bourgeois, Burlington, VT.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.
The family will receive friends at the funeral home from
6 to 9 pm today or at the residence.
HOLLAND--donated by: Beth Boysworth HEMINGWAY
Holland-Entered into rest at a local infirmary Oct 22, 1960, baby girl and baby boy Holland, infant son
and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert C. Holland of 2817 Jordan St., Augusta, GA. Funeral services will be
conducted at the graveside Monday morning at 10 o'clock, at the Warrenville Cemetery. Father Nicholas
J. Quinlan officiating. Posey's Funeral Home, N. Augusta, SC.
HOLLAND, BERT C.--donated by: Beth Boysworth HEMINGWAY
Bert Charles Holland, 41, Lumpkin Park Road, died Saturday in a Richmond County hospital.
The funeral will be held at noon Monday at St Joseph Catholic
Church with the Rev Edward
Frank officiating. Burial will be in Hillcrest Memorial Park.
Mr Holland was a native of Mitchell, Ga, but had lived
in Augusta 34 years. He was a Korean
Conflict veteran, an electrical contractor and a member of St Joseph Catholic Church.
Rosary will be said at 7:30pm today at Poteet Funeral Home South.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs Phyllis Spears Holland;
two daughters, Miss Tammy Holland,
Miss Trisha Holland, Augusta; one son, Bert C Holland Jr, Augusta; two brothers, Donald
Holland, Augusta, Douglas Holland, Fort Lauderdale, Fla; and one sister, Mrs Geraldine Rachal,
Friends may call at the residence or the funeral home
HUNDLEY, WILLIAM ANDREW--donated by: Beth Boysworth HEMINGWAY
William Andrew Hundley, Eustis Drive, a commercial artist, died yesterday after an extended illness.
A native of Lincoln County, Ga, he had lived most of his
life in Augusta. Funeral arrangements will be
announced later by Elliott Sons.
Survivors include a son, William A Hundley Jr, North Augusta;
four daughters, Mrs Robert J Wilkinson,
North Augusta, Mrs Clarence W Mobley III, Mrs J Foster Bowers, both of Augusta, Mrs Jack L Phillips
Atlanta; 10 grandchildren.
JENNINGS, MRS. JAMES--donated by: Beth Boysworth HEMINGWAY
Mrs Gertrude Boysworth Jennings, wife of James R Jennings Sr died Wednesday in a local
infirmary after an illness of several weeks.
Mrs Jennings, 345 Telfair St, was a member of St James
Methodist Church and had spent most
of her life in Augusta.
In addition to her husband, she is survived by a daughter,
Mrs CM Crouch, Decatur, GA; son,
James R Jennings Jr, Augusta, and four grandchildren.
Funeral services will be announced by Poteet's Funeral
JENNINGS, JAMES, SR.--donated by: Beth Boysworth HEMINGWAY
James Robert Jennings Sr, 87, of Crestwell Dr, a retired engineer for the Atlantic Coast Line
Railroad, died Friday at the residence of his son in Augusta.
Funeral services will be announced by Poteet Funeral Home. Friends may call at the funeral home.
He was a native of McCormick, SC, the son of the late
William T and Julie Jennings. He had
lived in Augusta for 67 years and was a member of St James United Methodist Church, where
he was a member of the Barton Bible Class and Methodist Men's Club of the church. His wife
was the late Gertrude Boysworth Jennings.
Survivors include one son, James R. Jennings, Jr; one
daughter, Mrs Mary Louise Crouch,
Atlanta; four grandchildren; one great grandchild, and one brother, Paul Jennings, McCormick, SC.
Funeral services for Mrs Mary Amanda Comer Lott, 79, will be held at Elliott Son's chapel this morning at 10:30 o'clock.
The Rev L Bert Joyner will officiate, and interment will follow in the Mount of Olives cemetery at Johnston, SC.
Mrs Lott died at her residence, 2178 B Street, early yesterday morning after an illness of five months.
A native of Marietta, GA, Mrs Lott had lived in Augusta since 1914. She had the distinction of being the oldest living member of The Hill Baptist Church, and was for many years active in all church work.
She was the widow of Tillman Watson Lott.
Active pallbearers will be JC Lewis, WF Meyers, Rudolph Phillips, RP Rosson, JD Green and RC Connolly.
Honorary pallbearers will be WC Feigler, WF Usry, MS Koger, MH Stewart and DA Culperren.
Surviving Mrs Lott are two sons, Hugh T Lott and Robert E Lott, both of Augusta; a daughter, Miss Winston Lott of Augusta; a sister in law, Mrs JW Rutland of Ridge Spring, SC; four grandchildren, Hugh Lott, Jr, Lewis Lott, Harold Lott and Charles Lott, and one great grandchild.
Many hearts in the city will be saddened by the news of
the death of Mr. Frank E.
Lowe in Portland, Oregon. Mr. Lowe was very prominent for many years in the
social life of the city and especially musical circles where his fine voice was always in great
demand. No woman has ever been more loved in Augusta than his wife who died
some years ago, and their home, where they always kept open house,
was one of the most popular places in the city.
They both had countless, warm friends who hold their memory always dear.
Mr. Lowe's death was very sudden and it is difficult to realize it, for he was a very
robust, fine looking man and always suggested health and vigor.
Sincere sympathy will be extended to his brother and sister by their many friends in the city.
22 Jan. 1911
LOWE - DIED - PORTLAND, ORE. Jan. 12, 1911.
Mr. Frank E. Lowe, age 36 years. Funeral services from ST. Paul's Episcopal Church,
Augusta, Ga. today (Sunday) afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Relatives and friends are requested to attend.
Funeral services will be held at 3pm Wednesday at Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church with Father Tanaro officiating. Burial will be in Warrenville, SC cemetery.
The Rosary will be recited at 8pm today at Posey's Funeral Home Chapel, Langley, SC.
Survivors include her husband, Jack Lucas; daughter, Mrs.
Mary Keller Newman, Augusta; two sons, Samuel Toole, Gloverville, SC; and
Toole, Augusta; two sisters, Mrs. Lula Caldwell, Fayetteville, NC, and Mrs. Leola Eubanks, Graniteville; and brother Cash Bryant, Aiken.
Friends may call at the home or at the funeral home after 2pm today.