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Bevill’s Church Road

 

Hazel Green, Madison County, Alabama

 

 

 

Alverson, Benjamin F. Sr.        1894     Apr 20 1966      

 

s/o Wm. Carroll Alverson & Lucy Flippo, 1st md. Ella Reed, md. 2nd Leona Mae Nayman

 

Published April 21, 1966.  Benjamin Franklin Alverson, 73, Route One, New Market, died yesterday at the Huntsville Hospital.  Funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at Bevel’s Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Charles Davis officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery, Spry Funeral Home directing.  Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Leona Alverson; three daughters, Mrs. Lelia Wright, and Mrs. Betty Moore, both of Walnut Grove, and Mrs. Edna Britton, Hazel Green, three sons, Ben F. Alverson Jr., Fort McClellan, Jimmy Alverson and Buddy Alverson, Walnut Grove, a sister, Callie Wilbanks, Toney, 16 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.  Pallbearers will be J. B. Slayton, Clyde Slayton, Harold Harbin, Billy Howard, Ollie Smith, and Jessie Steakley.  The body will be at the residence until time for the service.

 

Alverson, Lona M.        Sep 15 1903      Aug 20 1982     

 

Leona Mae Nayman, d/o J. W. Nayman & Lucy Sharp; 2nd  wife of Benjamin F. Alverson Sr.

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, August 22, 1982.  Mrs. Leona Mae Nayman Alverson, 78, of 6012 Lincoya Drive, died Friday at a local hospital.  The funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. David Tipton officiating. Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Spry Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include three sons, Benjamin Franklin Alverson of Huntsville, Billy Jim Alverson of Hazel Green and Elmer Lee Alverson of Rogersville; three daughters, Mrs. Leila Patterson of Huntsville, Mrs. Edna Britton of Hazel Green and Mrs. Betty Moore of Atlanta; two sisters, Mrs. Kathryn Dempsey and Mrs. Shirley Whitt, both of Huntsville; a brother, Edward E. Nayman of Huntsville; 18 grandchildren; and 21 great-grandchildren.

 

Alverson, Jim               May 20 1935     Apr 25 1990      

 

Billy Jim Alverson, s/o Benjamin F. Alverson Sr. & Leona Mae Nayman h/o Mable Jean Preston

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, April 26, 1990.  Jim Alverson, 54, of 1540 Joe Quick Road, Hazel Green, died Wednesday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be Friday at 1 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home with the Rev. David Tipton officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Alverson was a route salesman for Meadow Gold Dairies.  Survivors include his wife, Jean Preston Alverson; a son, Billy T. Alverson of Hazel Green; three daughters, Vicki Alverson, Cindy Kay McNeese and Alicia Joy Berry, all of Hazel Green; two brothers, Ben Alverson Jr. of Huntsville and the Rev. Elmer “Buddy” Alverson of Glencoe; three sisters, Lelia Patterson and Betty Moore, both of Huntsville, and Edna Britton of Hazel Green; and six grandchildren.

 

Alverson, Jean             Apr 20 1939                  

 

Mable Jean Preston, d/o Odell Preston & Daisy Williamson, md. Jim Alverson Mar 2, 1957

 

Alverson, Benjamin Franklin   Feb 1 1932        Sep 16 2004     

 

s/o Benjamin Franklin Alverson Sr. & Leona Mae “Lona” Nayman; h/o Yi Jung Oak

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, September 17, 2004.  Benjamin Franklin Alverson Jr. of Huntsville died Thursday at a local nursing facility.  He was 72.  He was a native of Madison County and retired from the U. S. Army after 23 ½ years.  He is survived by wife, Yi Jung Oak Alverson; son, Benjamin Alverson III; daughter, Jonna Alverson, all of Huntsville; brother, Rev. Elmer Alverson of New Market; and sisters, Edna Britton of Hazel Green and Betty Sharp of Huntsville.  Arrangements are being handled by Spry Funeral Home of Huntsville, where the family will receive friends from 4 to 6 p.m. today.  Funeral services will be at Spry Funeral Home Chapel at 3 p.m. Saturday with the Rev. Chi and Pastor George Bark officiating.  Interment will be at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Hazel Green.

 

Allen, Raymond           Apr 22 1921

 

Anderson, Louise G.    1891     1966    

 

No known relation to Gordon Anderson

 

Anderson, Gordon       Mar 12 1927      Sep 28 1989     

 

Gordon Lee Anderson, s/o Earnest Anderson & Louise Girdie Dowdy,

md. Pauline Brady Aug 18, 1944

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, September 29, 1989.  Gordon Lee Anderson, 62, of 1117 Brookmeade St., died Tuesday at his residence.  The funeral will be Saturday at 4 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Curtis Eason officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Laughlin Service Funeral Home in charge.  Mr. Anderson was retired from Meadow Gold Dairies.  He was a member of Antioch Baptist Church.  Survivors include his wife, Pauline Anderson; a son, Gaylon Anderson of Hazel Green; two daughters, Linda Myers of Gurley and Wanda Nixon of Huntsville; three brothers, Billy Anderson and Bobby Anderson, both of Birmingham, and W. H. Anderson of Hazel Green; two sisters, Eva Baker and Yvonne Sterling, both of Cullman; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be today after 4 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Anderson, Pauline       Nov 8 1923        Dec 30 1995     

 

Pauline Brady, d/o Archie D. Brady & Flossie Lue Slayton, w/o Gordon Lee Anderson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, December 31, 1995.  Mrs. Pauline Brady Anderson, 72, of Huntsville died Saturday at a local hospital.  The funeral will be Monday at noon at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Dub McCain officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery with Laughlin-Service Funeral Home in charge.  Mrs. Anderson was a member of Antioch Baptist Church in Meridianville.  Survivors include two daughters, Linda Myers of Gurley and Wanda Nixon of Huntsville; a son, Gaylon Anderson of Hazel Green; three sisters, Catherine Irvin of Huntsville, Jennie Hill of Hazel Green and Lois Warren of Shelbyville, Tennessee; four brothers, Buck Brady of Huntsville, Dub Brady and Earl Brady, both of Hazel Green, and Carlton Brady of Fayetteville, Tennessee; and eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be from 4 until 8 p.m. at the funeral home.  The body will be at the church 30 minutes before the service.

 

Anderson, Glenda Faye           Sep 1 1945        Apr 8 1946       

 

Our Baby; d/o Gordon Lee Anderson & Pauline Brady

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, April 8, 1946.  Glenda Fay Anderson, seven-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Anderson of Hazel Green, died this morning at 12:55 o’clock at the home.  Funeral services have been set for 2 o’clock tomorrow afternoon at the home, with the Rev. John Warren as the officiant.  Laughlin-Service will be in charge of the interment in the Bevill’s chapel.  Pallbearers will be Morton and A. D. Brady.  Surviving in addition to the parents, is a twin sister, Linda Kay Anderson.

 

Anderson, Bruce Wade            Apr 4 1967        Mar 25 1993     

 

s/o Bill Anderson & Jewel Dean Hill Owens Anderson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, March 26, 1993.  Bruce Anderson, 25, of 292 Manley Road, Hazel Green, died Thursday in an automobile accident.  The funeral will be Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Anderson, a native of Lincoln County, Tennessee, was employed with Amana Refrigeration in Fayetteville, Tennessee.  Survivors include his mother, Jewel Dean Anderson of Hazel Green; his father and stepmother, Bill and Sue Anderson of Elora, Tennessee; a sister, Shannon Dee Anderson of Hazel Green; a brother, Troy Anderson of Hazel Green; three stepsisters, Marsha Land, Monica Bates and Samantha Bates, all of Elora; and two nephews.  Visitation will be today from 5 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Arnold, Etta                  Jun 24 1870       Oct 20 1960     

 

Etta Alice Langston, md. 1st Silas Vann, md. 2nd George Arnold; m/o Mattie Arnold Walker

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, October 20, 1960.  A funeral for Mrs. Etta Langston Arnold, 90, will be Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Missionary Baptist Church.  Officiating will be the Rev. Dewey Cantrell and the Rev. Abe Hudson.  Burial will be in the cemetery adjoining the church. Mrs. Arnold died Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Otis Walker of Hazel Green.  She was a member of Bevill’s Chapel Missionary Baptist Church and made her home in Tennessee and Alabama.  Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Otis Walker of Hazel Green and Mrs. Joe H. Butler of Arlrion, Mich., and a number of grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.  The body will remain at Laughlin-Service Funeral Home until time for services.

 

Ary, William Frank Jr.  Oct 3 1921        Dec 10 1997     

 

s/o William Frank Ary Sr. & Myrtle Clementine Sanders; md. Dorothy Lou Williamson

Oct 26, 1946

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, December 13, 1997.   William Frank Ary Jr., 76, of Charles Drive, Hazel Green died Wednesday at his home.  The funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green with the Rev. Chester Jones officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Ary was a Wayne County, Tennessee, native, a Navy veteran of World War II and a retiree from PPG.  Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Williamson Ary of Taft, Tennessee; two daughters, Linda Jo Pettie of Vacaville, Calif., and Deborah Lou Baucum of Hazel Green; three sons, William Ernest Ary of Hazel Green, William F. Ary III of Huntsville and Noah Jeffery Ary of Taft; six sisters, Pearl Warren of Toney, Wilton McClure of Huntsville, Willie Emma Billions of Ardmore, Frankie Loudean Stone and Barbara Montgomery, both of Nashville, and Evelyn Wells of New Market; three brothers, Jerry Ary of Toney, J. G. Ary of Ardmore and Robert Ary of Woodbury, Tennessee, 15 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Visitation will be today from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the funeral home. In lieu of memorials, donations may be made to Hospice or the American Cancer Society.

 

Ary, Dorothy Lou          Jun 26 1931                  

 

Dorothy Lou Williamson, d/o Noah Watson Williamson & Rosa Mae Woods Williamson Bobo;

w/o William Frank Ary Jr.

 

Ary, Perry Lynn            Jun 11 1956       Oct 24 1986     

 

s/o William Frank Ary Jr. & Dorothy Lou Williamson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, October 30, 1986. Perry Lynn Ary, 30, of Fayetteville died Friday.  A memorial service will be this Friday at 4 p.m. at the Spry Funeral Home in Huntsville, Alabama, with the Rev. Arnie Elliff and the Rev. Tony Billions officiating.  Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ary of Toney, Alabama; two sisters, Linda Pettie of California and Debbie Baucum of Huntsville; three brothers, Will Ary of California, Billy Ary of Huntsville and Jeff Ary of Arizona; and the grandparents, Frank Ary of Ardmore and Rose Williamson of Hazel Green.

 

Ary, Brenda Gail          Mar 4 1949        Mar 4 1949       

 

d/o William Frank Ary Jr. & Dorothy Lou Williamson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, March 6, 1949.  Rites For Ary Child Conducted Saturday.  Funeral services for Brenda Gail Ary, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Ary Jr. of Toney, were held at 2 p.m.  yesterday at Bevill’s chapel, with interment in the adjoining cemetery.  Spry funeral home directed interment.  The infant died at the Huntsville hospital at 7 p.m. Friday.  She is survived by her parents, and one sister, Linda Jo.

 

Ashby, Ronnie Lee      Jul 4 1949         Sep 15 2008     

 

s/o Lee Roy Ashby & Martha Ann Warren Ashby Hicks

 

Courtesy of Gallant-Riverview Funeral Home.  Funeral services for Mr. Ronnie Lee Ashby, age 59, of Fayetteville, TN, who passed away at his residence on Monday, will be conducted on Wednesday, September 17, 2008 at 2 p.m. in  the chapel of the Gallant-Riverview Funeral Home with Bro. Tommy Campbell officiating. Burial will follow in the Bevills Chapel Cemetery. Mr. Ashby was a native of Lincoln Co, TN, he was the son of Lee Roy Ashby and the late Martha Warren Ashby. He was a Tile Setter for Shannon Brothers. In addition to his mother he was preceded in death by a son: Merle Lee Ashby. Mr. Ashby is survived by his wife, Peggy Ashby of Fayetteville, TN; two sons, Ronald Wayne Ashby of Fayetteville, TN, Steve Simmons of Georgia; a step-son: Jody Simmons of Fayetteville, TN; a step-daughter, Shelia Yarbrough of Fayetteville, TN; five sisters, Frances Rollins, Shirley Kennedy & special friend John Posey, Sandra Baker & husband: Ronnie, Shelia Manley & husband Jimmy, Deonna Hill and husband Adam all of Fayetteville, TN; five brothers, Claude Hicks, Jr. & wife Bell, David Ashby, Ricky Ashby & wife Debbie, all of Hazel Green AL, Bobby Hicks & Jackie Ashby both of Fayetteville, TN; a granddaughter, Jamie Yell & five other grandchildren.  Visitation with the family will be Tuesday evening, September 16, 2008 from 5 until 8 p.m. at the Gallant-Riverview Funeral Home.

 

Baker, Woodrow W.    Mar 24 1928                 

 

s/o George W. Baker & Myrtle Wells, h/o of Gloria Walker

 

Baker, Gloria               Jun 29 1929                  

 

Gloria Walker, d/o Otis Wiley Walker & Mattie Arnold, w/o Woodrow W. Baker

 

Baker, Jimmie Mack    Apr 10 1950       Feb 22 1951     

 

s/o Woodrow W. Baker & Gloria Walker

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, February 23, 1951.  Burial Is Today For Baker Infant.  Jimmy Mack Baker, 10-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Baker, will be buried today at 3 p.m. following services in Bevill’s chapel.  Interment will be in the adjoining cemetery.  The Rev. Herman Harbin will officiate at the services.  Laughlin Service is in charge.  Besides his parents, the child is succeeded by a brother, Dwight Baker, and two sisters, Lagatha and Janice Baker; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Walker.  Active pallbearers will be Harold Baker, W. A. Baker, Stanley Walker and Claude Tipton.

 

Baker, Harold              Jun 7 1921        Jul 8 1987        

 

Cpl US Army WW II, s/o George W. Baker & Myrtle Wells, h/o Wilma Worsham

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, July 9, 1987.  Harold Baker, 66, of 129 Salem Road, died Wednesday at Huntsville Hospital.  The funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Baker was a World War II veteran and a former employee of Redstone Arsenal.  He was a member of the Baptist Church.  Survivors include his wife, Wilma Worsham Baker; a son, Kenneth Baker of Huntsville; a daughter, Barbara Merill of Huntsville; two brothers, Woodrow Baker of Huntsville and W. A. Baker of Hazel Green; two sisters, Inez Sanders of Gurley and Vernell Tipton of New Market; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. 

 

Baker, Wilma L.           Jul 7 1925         Dec 25 2000     

 

Wilma Lee Worsham, d/o Acy Thomas Worsham & Ola Dee Miles, w/o Harold Baker,

md. Sep 12, 1942

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, December 26, 2000.  Hazel Green.  Wilma Worsham Baker, 75, died Monday at a local nursing home.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home chapel.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Baker was a member of Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church  and was preceded in death by her husband, Harold Baker; and one daughter, Marsha Lynn Baker.  Survivors include one daughter, Barbara Ann Merrill of Hazel Green; one son, Kenneth Baker of Hazel Green; three sisters, Mattie Hunter and Mable Hunter, both of New Market and Alberta Hill of Huntsville; and seven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 5 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Baker, Marsha Lynne   Jan 10 1957       Nov 15 1968     

 

d/o Harold Baker & Wilma Lee Worsham

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, November 17, 1968.  The funeral of Marsha Lynn Baker, 11, of Hazel Green, will be Monday at 1 p.m. in Bevill’s Chapel Church, the Rev. Joe Plunkett officiating, with burial in the adjoining cemetery, Laughlin-Service Funeral Home directing.  Miss Baker died Friday at the Fifth Avenue Hospital after a brief illness. She was in the sixth grade at Hazel Green Junior High School.  Survivors are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baker; one sister, Mrs. Barbara Merrell of Huntsville; a brother, Kenneth Ray Baker; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Worsham of Hazel Green; and a paternal grandmother, Mrs. Calvin Sanders of Huntsville.  Pallbearers will be Wade Hubert, Earl Hubert, Harold Harbin, Billy Harbin, Earl Lassiter, and David Tipton.

 

Baldwin, Clyde E.        Sep 24 1920      Sep 2 1982       

 

Clyde Edward Baldwin, 1st md. Margaret Inez Neal; 2nd md. Dorothy Mae Neal

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, September 4, 1982.  Clyde Edward Baldwin, 61, of 516 Bevill’s Church Road in Hazel Green, died Thursday at the Veteran’s Administration Hospital in Birmingham.  The funeral will be Sunday at 1:30 p.m. at Spry Chapel with the Rev. Don Hacknie officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Dorothy Baldwin; two sons, Curtiss Terrell Baldwin of Huntsville, Bobby Joe Baldwin of Huntsville; one daughter, Mrs. Jan Odeneal of Huntsville; two step daughters, Mrs. Faye Hood of West Point, Ky.; and Mrs. Patricia Rosser of Hazel Green; his brother, Howard Lee Baldwin of Huntsville; eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

 

Baldwin, Dorothy C.     Nov 25 1921      Sep 5 1996       

 

Dorothy Mae C. Neal, 2nd w/o Clyde E. Baldwin

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, September 7, 1996.  Mrs. Dorothy Mae Neal Baldwin, 74, of Bevill’s Church Road, Hazel Green, died Thursday at her home.  The funeral will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Mrs. Baldwin, a native of Madison County, was a homemaker.  Survivors include a daughter, Gwynth Faye Hood of Vine Grove, Ky.; four grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 6 - 9 p.m. at the funeral home in Fayetteville, Tennessee.  The body will be at the church one hour before the service.

 

Bankston, Walter A.     Aug 27 1909      Nov 26 1984     

 

Walter Alexander “Shine” Bankston, s/o James H. Bankston & Lula Belle Manley,

h/o Annie Nora Andrews

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, November 27, 1984.  New Market. Walter A. Bankston, 75, of New Market died Monday.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Riverview Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Nora Bankston; a son, Lois Bankston of Indiana; two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Bell Hill of Hazel Green and Mrs. Ilene Chapman of Tennessee; three brothers, Marion Bankston of Huntsville, Bobby Bankston of Illinois and Herbert Bankston of Georgia; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.  The body will be at the residence in New Market until time for the service.

 

Bankston, Nora A.        Apr 18 1906       Aug 13 2001     

 

Annie Nora Andrews, d/o Robert L. Andrews & Mary Alice “Mollie” Norris,

w/o Walter Alexander “Shine” Bankston

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, August 17th, 2001.  Nora Bankston of Evansville, Ind., formerly of Walnut Grove, Alabama, died Monday.  She was 95.  Mrs. Bankston was a member of Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church and was preceded in death by her husband, “Shine” Bankston.  Survivors include one son, Lois Bankston of Evansville; and four grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.  The funeral was Thursday at Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial was in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.

 

            Courtesy of Gallant Funeral Home.  Funeral services for Mrs. Nora Bankston, age 95, who died Monday August 14, 2001 will be held Thursday August 16, 2001 at 2 P.M. in the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home with Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will follow in the Bevills Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Bankston was a long time member of the Walnut Grove community and a member of the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include her son Lois Bankston of Evansville, IN, four grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be Wednesday from 5 pm until 8 pm at the Gallant Funeral Home.

 

Barley, Charley N.       Feb 18 1903      Jun 2 1987       

 

Charley Neil Barley, s/o James Walter Barley & Maggie Lou Elrod;

2nd  h/o Elsie Ninnie Tucker

 

Published in The Huntsville Times.  Charlie Neil Barley, 84, of 2200-B Seventh Ave., died Tuesday at Huntsville Hospital. The funeral will be Thursday at 3 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home with the Rev. Chester Jones officiating. Burial will be in Bevel's Chapel Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Elsie Barley; two daughters, Audrey Mills of Toney and Carol Hall of Decatur; a stepson, W. G. Manley of Hazel Green; a brother, Bruce Barley of Athens; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

 

Barley, Elsie N.            May 20 1911     Jan 25 1988      

 

Elsie Ninnie Tucker, d/o George Roy Tucker & Lillie Mae Hill, md.1st  Claude Mac Manley,

Dec 25, 1930; md. 2nd Charley N. Barley Apr 10, 1945

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, January 26, 1988.  Mrs. Elsie Barley, 76, of 11230 Wall Triana Highway, died Monday in Decatur.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home with the Rev. Chester Jones officiating.  Burial will be in Bevels Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Barley, a native of Madison County, was a member of the Community Independent Baptist Church.  Survivors include two daughters, Audrey Mills of Toney and Carol Hall of Decatur; a son, W. G. Manley of Hazel Green; two brothers, Burlan Tucker of Birmingham and Hurlie Tucker of Indiana; two sisters, Ruth Brooks of Hazel Green and Velma Loggins of Birmingham; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. 

 

Barnett, Mickey W.      Jan 18 1955       Jul 14 1996       

 

Mickey Wayne Barnett, s/o Auburn Barnett & Junie Mae Clutts

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, July 15, 1996.  Mickey Wayne Barnett, 41, of Greenville Pike, Hazel Green, died Sunday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Gallant Funeral Home chapel with Dr. Richard Walker officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  He was a reproduction technician for Redstone Arsenal Management Services.  Survivors include his father, Auburn Barnett; and a brother, Thomas Barnett, both of Huntsville; and his grandmother, Mrs. Donia Pigg of Fayetteville.  Visitation will be today from  6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Bartlow, Josie Rene    Oct 13 2003      Oct 14 2003     

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, October 14, 2003.  Infant Josie Rene Bartlow passed away on Monday.  Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. Thursday from the St. John’s Catholic Church in Madison with Michael Sexton officiating.  Interment will follow in Bevill’s Cemetery in Hazel Green.

 

Bergin, Jerry Lee         1935     Feb 23 2001     

 

s/o Homer & Odell Bergin; 2nd h/o Legatha Baker

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, February 25, 2001.  Jerry Lee Bergin, 65, died Friday at a local hospital.  The funeral will be today at 2 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home with the Rev. Bobby Eads officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Bergin was a native of Lauderdale County and a member of the First Baptist Church in Hazel Green.  Survivors include his wife, Lagatha Bergin; three daughters, Karen Batson of Monteagle, Tennessee, Kelly Burris of Cleveland, Tennessee, and Regina Green of Huntsville; one son, Kevin Bergin of Monteagle; one sister, Jettie Wilson of Carl Junction, Mo.; and seven grandchildren.

 

            Funeral services for Mr. Jerry Lee Bergin, age 65, who died Friday February 23, 2001 in the Huntsville Hospital, will be held Sunday February 25, 2001 at 2 P.M. in the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home with the Rev. Bobby Eads officiating.  Burial will follow in the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetey.  Mr. Bergin was an Insurance Salesman and a member of the First Baptist Church, Hazel Green, AL.  Survivors include his wife Lagatha Bergin of Meridianville, AL, daughters Karen Batson of Mounteagle, TN, Kelly Berris of Cleveland, TN, and Regina Green of Huntsville, AL, son Kevin Bergin of Mounteagle, TN, and sister Jettie Wilson of Carl Junction, Missouri.  Mr. Bergin had seven grandchildren.  He was preceded in death by his parents Homer and Odell Bergin, as well as his stepmother Edna Bergin.  Visitation will be in Saturday from 6 P.M. until 8 P.M. at the Gallant Funeral Home.

 

Berry, Thomas H.         Jan 19 1929       Aug 25 1969     

 

s/o James Gowan “Jim” Berry & Nannie Power, h/o Doris Jean

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, August 27, 1969.  A funeral for Thomas Huston Berry, 40, of 3907 Birch Ave., was to be today at 3 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel with the Rev. Norman Mitchell and the Rev. Joe Wayne Plunkett officiating.  Burial was in adjoining cemetery with Laughlin Funeral Home directing.  Mr. Berry died Monday at the Huntsville Hospital.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Doris Jean Berry; two sons, Andy Berry and Gil Berry; a daughter, Kim Berry, his mother, Mrs. Nannie Berry, all of Huntsville; a sister, Mrs. Dave Sharpe of New Market, four brothers, Forrest Berry of Owens Cross Roads, Clarence Berry of New Market and B. H. Berry of Vann Town, Tennessee, and James Berry of Huntsville.

 

Bevels, Roy F.              Jul 31 1883        Nov 2 1963       

 

s/o Elisha Green Bevels & Lucinda Elizabeth “Mollie” Holt, h/o Mina Slayton

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, November 3, 1963.  A funeral for Roy Franklin Bevels, 80, retired farmer of the Bevels Chapel community, will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Bevel's Chapel Baptist Church with Rev. Carl Easterwood and Rev. Sharp officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Fayetteville in charge.  Mr. Bevels died at the Huntsville Hospital Saturday morning after a long illness.  He was a native of Lincoln County, Tennessee, the son of the late Elisha and Mollie Holt Bevels.  He was a member of the Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church.  Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Mina Bevels; a daughter, Mrs. Alton Brooks of Hazel Green; a son, Parvin Bevels of Madison County; a sister, Mrs. Bessie Stewart of Lincoln County, and two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.   Pallbearers will be Clyde Slayton, J. B. Slayton, Carlton Moore, Albert Posey, Teoma York and A. D. Brady.

 

Bevels, Mina                Jul 24 1881        Jan 15 1969       Mina Slayton, w/o Roy F. Bevels

 

Published in The Elk Valley Times and Observer, Thursday, January 9, 1969.  Mrs. Mina Slayton Bevels of the Bevill’s Chapel community of Madison County, Alabama, died Wednesday of last week following a long illness.  She was 87 years old and the widow of Roy Bevels who died in 1963.  Services were last Thursday at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church, with the Rev. James Campbell officiating.  Burial was in the church cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.  Mrs. Bevels, a native of Lincoln County, was a member of Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church.  Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Ethel Brooks; a son, Parvin Bevels, both of Madison County; two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

 

Bevels, Parvin Lee      Jul 12 1912        Jun 1977          

 

s/o Roy Franklin Bevels & Mina Slayton

 

Bevill, E. B.                  Aug 11 1851      Jan 15 1906      

 

Edward Benjamin Bevill, s/o Alfred Benjamin Bevill & Sarah “Sally” Fisk, h/o C. D. ___

 

Bevill, C. D.                  May 27 1860     Jul 6 1893         w/o Edward Benjamin Bevill

 

Bevill, Infant Daughter no dates                        d/o Edward Benjamin Bevill & C. D.

 

Bevill, Infant Son         no dates                        s/o Edward Benjamin Bevill & C.D.

 

Bevill, Ed                     May 6 1893       Mar 7 1970       

 

Edward Benjamin Bevill, Jr., s/o Edward Benjamin Bevill & C.D.

 

Bevill, Lee Roy                        Apr 26 1883       Mar 3 1955       

 

s/o Edward Benjamin Bevill & C. D., h/o Irene Manley, md. Dec 7, 1904

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, March 4, 1955.  Attack Kills L. R. Bevill, Farmer of Hazel Green.  L. R. Bevill, Hazel Green farmer, died of a heart attack in Hazel Green at 2:20 p.m. yesterday.  He was 71.  Surviving are a son, James Bevill, Chattanooga; a brother, E. R. Bevill, Amarillo, Texas; two sisters, Mrs. Alta Stewart, Huntsville, and Mrs. Kitty Hill, Decatur; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.  The funeral will be tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Bevill's Chapel, the Rev. J. C. Brooks officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery, Laughlin-Service directing. 

 

Bevill, Irene                 Jul 4 1886         Mar 25 1935     

 

Irene Manley, d/o William Hutchinson “Hutch” Manley & Louise Caroline “Lueza” Henderson,

w/o Lee Roy Bevill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, March 26, 1935.  Rites Are Held For Mrs. Bevill.  Hazel Green Woman Succumbs After Long Illness.  Funeral services for Mrs. Irene Bevill, 49, wife of L. R. Bevill, who died at the home near Hazel Green after a long illness at 2 0'clock yesterday morning, were held today.  The services were conducted from Bevill's Chapel with the Rev. J. D. Counts officiating at 3 o'clock this afternoon.  Interment was made in Bevill's Chapel cemetery with C. S. Lowe officiating.  J. B. Griffin, Math Bevill, Doffis Hill, Leighton Swift, Jim Hill and Elvie Stewart served as pallbearers.  Besides her husband, Mrs. Bevill is survived by one son, J. E. Bevill of Chattanooga; two grandchildren, Geraldine and Mabel Griffin; four brothers, Alba Manley of Huntsville; Emmett and Luther Manley of Madison and Finus Manley of Hazel Green; two sisters, Mrs. Sallie Hill and Mrs. Ruth Hill of Hazel Green.  Mrs. Bevill had been ill two years. 

 

Bevill, James E.           Jan 7 1908        Aug 10 1996     

 

James Ellis Bevill, s/o Lee Roy Bevill & Irene Manley, h/o Bessie Mathis

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, August 12, 1996.  James E. Bevill, 88, of Chattanooga, died Saturday at a local nursing home.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the East Chapel of Chattanooga Funeral Home.  Burial will be in at 2 p.m. at Bevill's Chapel Cemetery, Chattanooga Funeral Home directing.  Survivors include his wife, Bessie Bevill; a son, Ellis Bevill of Chattanooga; two grandsons and a great-granddaughter.  Visitation will be today from 2 to 4 p.m. and from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.  In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Chamberlain Memorial Baptist Church building or piano fund, 4239 Benton Dr., Chattanooga, Tennessee 37406.

 

Bevill, Bessie M.          1912     Mar 6 2000       

 

Bessie Mathis, w/o James Ellis Bevill, md. Jun 23, 1929

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, March 9, 2000.  Bessie Mathis Bevill, 88, died Monday.  The funeral was today at 10 a.m. at Chattanooga Funeral Home East Chapel with the Rev. Thom Guinn officiating.  The graveside service will be at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Madison County.  She was a native of Hazel Green and was preceded in death by her husband, James E. Bevill.  Survivors include one son, Ellis M. Bevill Sr. of Chattanooga; one brother, James Mathis of Fayetteville, Tennessee; three sisters, Ada Hamill of Chattanooga, Lucille Fanning of Fayetteville and Ethel Appling of Shelbyville, Tennessee; and two grandsons and two great-grandchildren. Memorial donations may be made to the Chamberlain Memorial Baptist Church building fund or bus fund, 4239 Benton Drive, Chattanooga 37406.

 

Bevill, Minnie              Jan 7 1891        Jan 8 1892       

 

Bevill, J. G.                  Jul 17 1853        Feb 11 1888     

 

John G. Bevill, s/o Alfred Benjamin Bevill & Sarah “Sallie” Fisk, h/o Parazada Sawyer(s)

 

Bevill, Mrs. Para Zada             Jul 7 1860         Jan 17 1943      

 

Parazada Sawyer, d/o Stephen Sawyer(s) & Sarah George, w/o John G. Bevill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, January 18, 1943.  Funeral services were held this afternoon at 3:45 o'clock for Mrs. Para Zada Bevill, 77, who died at the residence, 460 Davidson Street, yesterday morning at 3:30 o'clock after a brief illness.  Services were held at Bevill's Chapel church near Hazel Green and interment followed in Bevill's Chapel cemetery,  the Revs. Roy Stone and Hugh Merrell officiated and Laughlin-Service funeral home was in charge.  Mrs. Bevill was a member of the Presbyterian church and is survived by three sons, Arthur Bevill of Fayetteville, Tennessee, Matthew Bevill of Hazel Green, and John Bevill of Belview, Tennessee; two daughters, Mrs. G. C. McGee (should read McKee) and Mrs. Edgar Jones of Huntsville; two sisters, Mrs. Luke Cothren of Huntsville and Mrs. Jerry Medley of New Hope; 12 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.  Grandsons served as pallbearers:  Jess Hodge, Earl McKee, Bob Bevill, Everett Bevill, Homer Bevill, and Howard Bevill. 

 

Bevill, M. G.                 Feb 11 1889      Jul 7 1910        

 

Moses G. Bevill, s/o John G. Bevill & Parazada Sawyer(s)

 

Bevill, Bob                   Dec 7 1891        Oct 27 1918     

 

PFC, Co.C, 116th Inf, killed in action in France WW I, s/o John G. Bevill & Parazada Sawyer(s)

 

Bevill, Arthur A.           Jan 20 1883       Jan 30 1970      

 

s/o John G. Bevill & Parazada Sawyer(s); h/o Minnie Lee Nunley

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, February 1, 1970.  A funeral for Arthur Bevill, 87, of Fayetteville, who died Friday in the Lincoln County Hospital, will be at 2 p.m. today at the Higgins Funeral Home with I. C. Pullias and Eugene Peden officiating.   Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery in Madison County, Alabama.  He was a member of the Howell Hill Church of Christ.  Survivors include three sons, Robert Bevill, of Fayetteville, Everette Bevill of Bushnell, Florida, and Leonard Bevill, of Greenwood, Miss.; two brothers, John Bevill of the State Line community, and Mathew Bevill of Madison County, Alabama; two sisters, Mrs. Nora Jones of Lakeland, Florida,, and Mrs. Daisy McKee of Huntsville; eight grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

 

Bevill, Minnie N.          Mar 6 1890        Sep 18 1958     

 

Minnie Lee Nunley, 1st husband unknown; 2nd md. Arthur A. Bevill Jan 27, 1908

 

Published in The Fayetteville Observer, Thursday, September 18, 1958.  Mrs. Arthur Bevill, age 69, died in the Huntsville hospital early Thursday morning.  Funeral services will be held at 11:00 o’clock Friday morning at the Howell Hill Church of Christ, conducted by Bro. Tommy Rosenblum and Elder I. C. Pullias.  Burial will be in the Bevill’s Chapel cemetery.  Mrs. Bevill is survived by her husband, Arthur Bevill, three sons, Robert Bevill of Fayetteville, Everett Bevill of Pulaski, and Leonard Bevill of Greenwood, Miss.; one sister, Mrs. Eddie Hamley of Athens, Alabama; two brothers, Howard Nunley of Decatur, Alabama, and Jesse Herman Nunley of Miami, Florida; eight grandchildren and one great grandchild.

 

Bevill, Everett              Jun 15 1913       Sep 4 1984       

 

Everett Herman Bevill, s/o Arthur A. Bevill & Minnie Nunley, h/o Agnes M. Delap

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, September 6, 1984.  Everett Herman Bevill, 71, of Bushnell, formerly of Fayetteville, Tennessee, died Tuesday in Florence, Alabama.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at the Higgins Funeral Home chapel in Fayetteville.  Burial was to be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Agnes Delap Bevill; a daughter, Miss Janet Bevill of Bushnell; two sons, Johnny Bevill of Pulaski, Tennessee, and Tommy Bevill of Plant City, Florida,; two brothers, Bob Bevill of Fayetteville and Leonard Bevill of Greenwood, Miss.; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

 

Bevill, Agnes M.           Mar 29 1917      Sep 8 1986       

 

Agnes May Delap, d/o Thomas Arthur Delap & Americus Sufronia Ann “Annie” Gatlin;

w/o Everett Bevill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, September 10, 1986.  Mrs. Agnes D. Bevill, 69, of Plant City, formerly of Fayetteville, Tennessee, died Monday at her residence.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at Higgins Funeral Home with the Rev. Haskel Bain officiating.  Burial was to be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include a daughter, Janet Bevill of Florida; two sons, Tommy Bevill of Florida and Johnny Bevill of Tennessee; three sisters, Clara Beavers of Birmingham and Lucille Jean and Bernice Lyons, both of Florida; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

 

Bevill, Leonard A.        June 23 1910     Jan 28 1989      

 

s/o Arthur A. Bevill & Minnie Nunnerly, h/o Helen Gabriel

 

Bevill, Helen G.           Dec 1 1915        Aug 11 2004     

 

Helen Gabriel, w/o Leonard A. Bevill

 

Bevill, Matthew            Aug 13 1894      Apr 3 1974       

 

Matthew “Math” Bevill, s/o John G. Bevill & Parazada Sawyer(s),   h/o Edgie M. Stewart,

md. Feb 1, 1920

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, April 6, 1974.  Bevill’s Chapel.  Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bevill and their son, Howard Bevill, died Wednesday at their residences (resulting from injuries inflicted by a tornado).  A funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church, the Rev. Thomas Britton, the Rev. Loyd Preston and the Rev. Leslie Sharp officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery, Gallant Funeral Home directing.  Survivors of Mr. and Mrs. Bevill include two daughters, Mrs. Vernon Lasater and Mrs. John Davis, both of Bevill’s Chapel.  Mrs. Bevill’s survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Clara Scivalley of Elora, Tennessee, Mrs. Rosie Boyd and Mrs. Flossie Hazelwood, both of Fayetteville, Tennessee; two brothers, Elvie Stewart of New Market, and Gordon Stewart of Columbus, Ga.  Mr. Bevill’s survivors include a son, Robert Bevill of Fayetteville, and a sister, Mrs. Nora Jones of Eaton Park, Calif.  Howard Bevill’s survivors include a son, Roger Bevill of Bevill’s Chapel.

 

Bevill, Edgie M.           Oct 10 1901      Apr 3 1974       

 

Edgie M. Stewart, d/o Wm. Thomas Stewart & Anna Ivey, w/o Matthew “Math” Bevill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, April 6, 1974.  Bevill’s Chapel.  Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bevill and their son, Howard Bevill, died Wednesday at their residences (resulting from injuries inflicted by a tornado).  A funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church, the Rev. Thomas Britton, the Rev. Loyd Preston and the Rev. Leslie Sharp officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery, Gallant Funeral Home directing.  Survivors of Mr. and Mrs. Bevill include two daughters, Mrs. Vernon Lasater and Mrs. John Davis, both of Bevill’s Chapel.  Mrs. Bevill’s survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Clara Scivalley of Elora, Tennessee, Mrs. Rosie Boyd and Mrs. Flossie Hazelwood, both of Fayetteville, Tennessee; two brothers, Elvie Stewart of New Market, and Gordon Stewart of Columbus, Ga.  Mr. Bevill’s survivors include a son, Robert Bevill of Fayetteville, and a sister, Mrs. Nora Jones of Eaton Park, Calif.  Howard Bevill’s survivors include a son, Roger Bevill of Bevill’s Chapel.

 

Bevill, Infant                Feb 25 1935      Feb 25 1935     

 

Child of Matthew Bevill & Edgie Stewart

 

Bevill, Infant                Apr 13 1921       Apr 13 1921      

 

Child of Matthew Bevill & Edgie Stewart

 

Bevill, Frances Louise May 10 1928     Dec 24 1932     

 

d/o Matthew Bevill & Edgie Stewart

 

Bevill, William Howard            Sep 16 1922      Apr 4 1974       

 

s/o Matthew and Edgie Stewart Bevill, md. Edith Murdock Sep 27, 1941

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, April 6, 1974.  Bevill’s Chapel.  Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Bevill and their son, Howard Bevill, died Wednesday at their residences.  A funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church, the Rev. Thomas Britton, the Rev. Loyd Preston and the Rev. Leslie Sharp officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery, Gallant Funeral Home directing.  Survivors of Mr. and Mrs. Bevill include two daughters, Mrs. Vernon Lasater and Mrs. John Davis, both of Bevill’s Chapel.  Mrs. Bevill’s survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Clara Scivalley of Elora, Tennessee, Mrs. Rosie Boyd and Mrs. Flossie Hazelwood, both of Fayetteville, Tennessee; two brothers, Elvie Stewart of New Market, and Gordon Stewart of Columbus, Ga.  Mr. Bevill’s survivors include a son, Robert Bevill of Fayetteville, and a sister, Mrs. Nora Jones of Eaton Park, Calif.  Howard Bevill’s survivors include a son, Robert Bevill of Bevill’s Chapel.

 

Bevill, Edith                 Nov 25 1922                 

 

Edith Murdock, d/o Ross Murdock and Odelle Campbell, w/o William Howard Bevill

 

Bevill, Dustin Lee        May 9 1981       Apr 2 2004       

 

s/o Roger William Bevill & Janice Marshelia Cantrell

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, April 22, 2004.  Lee "Dici" Bevill of Hazel Green died Tuesday.  He was 22.  Lee loved to write, play and produce his own music.  He is survived by his parents, Roger and Janice Bevill; brother, Chass Bevill; sisters, Kim Thompson and Nikkie Mewbourn; grandparents, Edith Bevill and Kate and Junior Cantrell; nephews, Connor Thompson and Tanner Bevill; the love of his life, Felicia Vickers; and several other close family members and friends.  Visitation with the family will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Hazel Green Funeral Home.  The service will be held at 1 p.m. Friday at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with Bro. Benny Berry officiating.  Interment will follow at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  The body will lie-in-state one hour prior to service. 

 

Black, Jack Lee           Nov 13 1931      Mar 29 2000     

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, April 1, 2000.  Jack Lee Black, 64, of Huntsville, died Tuesday at his home.  The graveside service was Friday at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery, with Laughlin Service Funeral Home in charge.

 

Bledsoe, Parvin           Apr 6 1889        May 28 1935    

 

s/o Lewis Bledsoe; h/o Gertrude Mae Malone

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, May 29, 1935.  Injuries Fatal To Mr. Bledsoe.  Farmer Hurt By Runaway Team, Dies In Local Hospital.  Injuries caused by a runaway team several days ago proved fatal to Parvin B. Bledsoe, 46, farmer on Huntsville Route No. 4, last night.  Mr. Bledsoe died at the Huntsville hospital at 10:10 o’clock.  He was injured last Thursday at his farm below Merrimack.  After receiving emergency treatment at the Merrimack hospital, he was brought to the city infirmary.  He never regained consciousness.  Funeral services will be held at Bevill, Tennessee, church at 11 o’clock tomorrow morning.  The Rev. Tom Wicks will officiate. Burial will be made there with Laughlin-McCaleb in charge of arrangements.  Luther Stewart, Lee Pardon, Nolan Brannon, Louis Perry, Charley Malone, Joe Boyd, Roscoe Epps and Math Bevill will serve as active pallbearers. Mr. Bledsoe is survived by his wife, Mrs. May Bledsoe; five sons, Alvin, Paul, Ross, Joe, E. W., and Gaynor Bledsoe, all at home; three daughters, Mrs. Dewey Cantrell, Bevill Chapel, Tennessee, and Roberta and Rena Bledsoe, at home; one half-brother, Charley Bledsoe of Fayetteville, Tennessee, and one half-sister, Mrs. Clarence Garrison of Baugh, Tennessee.

 

Bledsoe, May               Mar 16 1889      Feb 8 1971       

 

Gertrude Mae Malone, d/o John   Allen Malone & Lucy Lee Ray, w/o Parvin Bledsoe

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, February 10, 1971.  A funeral for Mrs. Gertrude Mae Bledsoe, 82, of 216 Seminole Dr., who died Monday at her residence, will be Thursday at 10:30 a.m. in the Laughlin-Service Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. James Carroll officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Ralph Boyd, Huntsville and Mrs. Elmer Hollinsworth, Gurley; six sons, Alvin Bledsoe, Ross Bledsoe, both of Huntsville, Paul Bledsoe, Gurley, Joe Bledsoe, Chicago, Ill., Ronald Bledsoe, Brownsboro, Alabama, and the Rev. Edward Bledsoe, Sorrento, La.; three sisters, Mrs. Joe Boyd, Huntsville, Mrs. D. H. Duhan, St. Augustine, Florida,, and Mrs. Luther Taylor, Kelso, Tennessee; three brothers, C. A. Malone, Wilson Malone, both of Hammond, Ind., and Johnnie Malone of Virginia; 21 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.  Grandsons will serve as pallbearers.

 

Bledsoe, Alvin L.         Aug 9 1913        Jan 12 1990      

 

Alvin Lavoy Bledsoe, s/o Parvin Bledsoe & Gertrude Mae Malone, md. Helen M. _____ .

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, January 14, 1990.  Alvin Lavoy Bledsoe, 76, of 180 Petty Lane, Brownsboro, died Friday at a  local hospital.  The funeral will be Monday at 10:30 a.m. at Laughlin Service Funeral Home with Dr. Walter Nunn officiating.  Burial will be in Bevel Chapel Cemetery in Hazel Green. Survivors include his wife, Helen M. Bledsoe; son, Raymond Bledsoe of Huntsville; a stepdaughter, Sandra Overton of Cabot, Ark.; two sisters, Roberta Boyd of Huntsville and Reba Hollingsworth of Gurley; five brothers, Paul Bledsoe and Joe Bledsoe, both of Gurley, Ross Bledsoe of Huntsville, Ronald Bledsoe of Brownsboro, and the Rev. Edd Bledsoe of St. Amant, La.; four grandchildren; one great-grandson. Visitation will be today at the funeral home from 6 to 9 p.m.

 

Bledsoe, Helen M.       Feb 19 1922                  w/o Alvin Lavoy Bledsoe

 

Bledsoe, Joe Allen      May 5 1923       Jul 15 1990       

 

s/o Parvin Bledsoe & Gertrude Mae Malone

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, July 17, 1990.  Joe Allen Bledsoe, 67, of 310 Powell St., Gurley, died Sunday at a Huntsville hospital.  A graveside service will be Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with the Rev. Billy Kitchens officiating and Spry Funeral Home in charge.  Mr. Bledsoe, a native of Lincoln County, Tennessee, was retired from Ford Motor Co.  He was a veteran of World War II and a resident of Madison County for nine years.  Survivors include his wife, Helen D. Bledsoe; a son, Kirk Bledsoe of Highland, Ind.; a daughter, Kari B. Moore of St. Louis, Mo.; four brothers, Paul Bledsoe of Gurley, Ross Bledsoe of Huntsville, Edward Bledsoe of Louisiana and Ronald Bledsoe of Brownsboro; two sisters, Roberta Boyd of Huntsville and Reba Hollingsworth of Gurley; and two grandchildren.  Visitation will be Wednesday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Bobo, Rosa Williamson           Mar 6 1910        Jul 19 1998       

 

Rosa Mae “Rosie” Woods, sister of William Preston Woods, md. 1st Noah Watson Williamson, md. 2nd William Bobo; buried next to Noah Watson Williamson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, July 21, 1998.  Rosa Williamson Bobo, 88, of Pauline Drive, Hazel Green, died Sunday at a Scottsboro hospital.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home chapel with Tommy Rosenblum and Tim Boyett officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Bobo, a native of Marshall County, was a housewife and a member of Plainview Church of Christ.  Survivors include three daughters, Dorothy Williamson Ary of Taft, Tennessee, Jessie Mae Williamson of Scottsboro and Jettie Hyatt of Huntsville; one son, Haskel W. Williamson of Huntsville; and 28 grandchildren 48 great-grandchildren and 11 great-great-grandchildren.  Visitation was to be today from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.  Memorial donations may be made to Plainview Church of Christ.

 

Boyd, Lucien               Mar 28 1914      Oct 20 1998     

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, October 20, 1998.  Lucian Boyd, 84, died Tuesday at a Lincoln County nursing home.  The funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with the Rev. Jimmy Timms officiating.  Spry Funeral Home will be in charge of burial.  Mr. Boyd was a native of Madison County and had retired from the U. S. Army Missile Command.  Survivors include three sons, Jerry Merle Boyd of Mississippi, Roger Douglas Boyd of Taft and Timothy L. Boyd of Fayetteville, Tennessee; three sisters, Era Ballard of Rome, Ga., Katherine Free of Huntsville and Mary Elizabeth Boyd of Fayetteville; and two grandchildren.

 

Boyd, David T.             Oct 16 1898      Jan 14 1973      

 

David T. “Dee” Boyd, s/o Robert Ahas Boyd & ____ , md. Rosa Mae Stewart Dec 24, 1919

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, January 12, 1973.  A funeral for David T. Boyd, 74, of Rt. 1, Flintville, who died Thursday, will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at Gallant Funeral Home chapel, the Rev. Howard McGehee and the Rev. Boyd LeCroy officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery, Madison County, Alabama  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Rosa May Boyd of Flintville; one daughter, Mrs. Louise Bennett of Flintville; three sons, William Boyd and Clifford Boyd, both of Greenville, Tex., and Reedus Boyd of Fayetteville; two sisters, Mrs. Cora Mae Storey of Huntsville, Alabama, and Mrs. Ida Simmons of Fayetteville; six brothers, Jesse Boyd and Ernest Boyd, both of Tullahoma, Tennessee, Clarence Boyd of Pine Bluff, Ark., Johnny Boyd of Huntsville and Emmit Boyd and Oscar Boyd of Greenville, Tex.; 11 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.

 

Boyd, Rosa Mae           Jan 17 1904       Apr 12 1996      

 

Rosa Mae Stewart, d/o William Thomas Stewart & Anna Elizabeth Ivey, w/o David T. "Dee" Boyd

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, April 15, 1996.  Mrs. Rosa Mae Stewart Boyd, 92, of Greenville, Texas, formerly of Fayetteville, died Friday at a Greenville Hospital.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Higgins Funeral Home with the Rev. Joe Mayberry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Boyd, a native of Madison County, was a homemaker and a member of the Baptist Church.  She was preceded in death by her husband, David Boyd.  Survivors include three sons, T. C. Boyd and William Boyd, both of Greenville, Readus Boyd of Fayetteville; a sister, Flossie Hazelwood of Huntsville; 13 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great-grandchildren.

 

Brady, Archie D., Sr.    Nov 14 1892      Feb 9 1971        md. Flossie Lue Slayton Jun 7, 1914

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, February 10, 1971.  A funeral for Archie Dick Brady, 78, of Hazel Green, who died Tuesday, will be Thursday at Bevill’s Chapel with the Rev. Odie Hunter officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Laughlin-Service Funeral Home directing.  Survivors include seven sons, Lee M. Brady, Cecil Brady and Doyle Brady, all of Huntsville, A. D. Brady Jr., J. W. Brady and Earl Brady, all of Hazel Green, and Carlton Brady of Lincoln, Tennessee; four daughters, Mrs. Gordon Anderson and Mrs. Catherine Irvin, both of Huntsville, Mrs. Reedus Hill of Hazel Green, and Mrs. Lois Warren of Birmingham. Pallbearers will be Stanley R. Brady, Larry M. Brady, Berry Brady, Rickey Brady, Gill Brady, Jackie Hill, Gaylon Anderson, and Eddie Hill.

 

Brady, Flossie Lue       Sep 20 1897      Aug 24 1969     

 

Flossie Lue Slayton, d/o John Wilson “Pat” Slayton & Mary J. “Mollie” Warden,

w/o Archie D. Brady Sr.

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, August 25, 1969.  A funeral for Mrs. Flossie Lue Brady, 72, of Rt. 2, Flintville, Tennessee, was to be Monday at 2 p.m. at Bevel’s Chapel with the Rev. Howard McAnally officiating. Burial will be in Bevel’s Chapel Cemetery with Laughlin Funeral directing.  Mrs. Brady died Sunday in Huntsville.  Survivors include her husband, A. D. Brady; four daughters, Mrs. Vernon Irvin and Mrs. Gordon Anderson of Huntsville, Mrs. Shelton Warren of Birmingham, Mrs. Reedus Hill of Hazel Green; seven sons, Lee M. Brady, Cecil M. Brady, Doral A. Brady, all of Huntsville, E. D. Brady Jr., John W. Brady, Earl Brady, all of Hazel Green, Carlton Brady of Fayetteville, Tennessee; a sister, Mrs. Dave Posey of Huntsville; four brothers, Jack Slayton, Clyde Slayton, J. B. Slayton, all of Hazel Green, Buford Slayton of Huntsville; 34 grandchildren.  Pallbearers will be Stanley R. Brady, Larry M. Brady, Berry Brady, Ricky Brady, Gil Brady, Jackie Hill, Glymon Anderson, and Eddie Hill.

 

Brady, A. D.                 Jul 8 1921         Dec 4 1987       

 

Archie D. Brady, Jr., s/o Archie D. Brady Sr. & Flossie Lue Slayton, h/o Lola Vivian Humphrey

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, December 6, 1987.  A. D. Brady, 66, 120 Brady Drive, Hazel Green died Friday at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Murfreesboro, Tennessee  The funeral will be today at 2:30 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Tom Britton officiating.  Burial will be at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Vivian Brady of Hazel Green; one daughter, Alesia Brady of Hazel Green; two sons, Stanley Brady and Mike Brady, both of Hazel Green; four sisters, Virginia Hill of Hazel Green, Catherine Ervin and Pauline Anderson, both of Huntsville, and Louise Warren of Fayetteville, Tennessee; six brothers, John W. Brady and Earl Brady, both of Hazel Green, Lee M. Brady and Cecil Doyle Brady, both of Huntsville, and Carlton Brady of Fayetteville; six grandchildren.

 

Brady, Vivian H.           1921     Jun 17 2001      

 

Lola Vivian Humphrey, d/o Rev. Thomas I. Humphrey, & Anna Lou “Annie” Sisk,

md. Archie D. Brady Jr. Oct 16, 1938

 

Published in The Huntsville Times Tuesday, June 19, 2001.  Vivian Brady of Hazel Green, a homemaker, died Sunday.  She was 79.  Mrs. Brady was a member of Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church and was preceded in death by her husband, A. D. Brady, Jr.; and one son, Mike Brady, Sr.  Survivors include one daughter, Ally Green of Hazel Green; one son, Stan Brady of Hazel Green; two sisters, Jimmie Self and Pauline Gray, both of Huntsville; and eight grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 6 to 9 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the funeral home with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery. 

 

Brady, Michelle           Jul 27 1968        Nov 30 2007      d/o Stanley Brady

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Sunday, December 2, 2007.  Born July 27, 1968, died November 30, 2007.  Michelle Brady, 39, of Brownsboro, formerly of Hazel Green, died Friday at a local hospital. She was preceded in death by her grandparents, A. D. and Vivian Brady; and her uncle, Mike Brady. She is survived by her two children, Lexie and Grayson Moore; her parents, Stan Brady, Barbara Brady and Brenda Dunn; her sisters, Tina Gipson, Teleasha Pruitt and Christan Yarbrough; four nieces; and two nephews. The family will receive friends from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the Hazel Green Funeral Home. The funeral will be Monday at 1 p.m at the funeral home chapel with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating. Burial will follow in the Bevill's Chapel Cemetery. 

 

Brazier, Margaret M.    Dec 3 1926        Apr 10 2003       Margaret Brazier, w/o W. G. Manley

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, April 11, 2003.  Margaret M. Brazier of Hazel Green passed away Thursday.  She was 76.  Survivors include her husband, W. G. Manley; children, Elaine Mitchell, Gary Brazier Sr. of Georgia, Billy Brazier, James Brazier, Waymond Manley and Sherry Sanders, 14 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren; 12 brothers and sisters; and several nieces and nephews.  Service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green with burial in Bevill’s Chapel cemetery.  Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Brooks, Alton Lee        Jul 6 1904         Aug 3 1980       

 

s/o Adolphus D. Brooks Sr. & Alice Betty “Allie” McDougal; h/o Ethel Mae Bevels

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, August 4, 1980.  Alton Lee Brooks, 76, of the Bevill’s Chapel community in Madison County, died Sunday at his residence.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include a son, Don Brooks of Bevill’s Chapel; two sisters, Mrs. Florence White and Mrs. Rosa Limbaugh, both of Huntsville; and four brothers, Jesse Brooks, A. D. Brooks and Melvin Brooks, all of Huntsville, and Vernon Brooks of Lebanon, Tennessee.

 

Brooks, Ethel Mae        Jun 10 1905       Sep 26 1978     

 

Ethel Mae Bevels, d/o Roy Franklin Bevels & Mina Slayton, w/o Alton Lee Brooks

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, September 28, 1978.  Fayetteville, Tennessee.  Mrs. Ethel Mae Brooks, 73, of Fayetteville died Tuesday at her residence.  The funeral was to be today at 3 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include her husband, Alton Lee Brooks; and a son, Frankie Don Brooks, of Flintville, Tennessee.

 

Brooks, Frankie Don    May 18 1937                

 

s/o Alton Lee Brooks & Ethel Mae Bevels

 

Brooks, William David Sep 29 1922      Apr 1 1976       

 

2nd h/o Ruth Vera Tucker Chamblee; md. Jun 15, 1946

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, April 2, 1976.  William David Brooks, 53, of Rt. 1, Hazel Green, died Thursday at his residence.  The funeral will be Saturday at 3 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery, with Spry Funeral Home in charge. The Rev. Odie Hunter and Rev. Charles Jones will officiate.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ruth V. Brooks; three sons, Jerry W. Brooks (actually his surname is Chamblee), Larry D. Brooks and Robert Brooks, all of Hazel Green; a daughter, Miss Judy Lynn Brooks, of Hazel Green; his mother, Mrs. Mary Brooks of Fayetteville, Tennessee; a sister, Mrs. Frances Hyatt, of Fayetteville, Tennessee; six grandchildren.  Pallbearers will be Ray Gardner, David Warren, Johnny Quick, Morrice Twilley, William E. Taylor and Robert H. Taylor.

 

Brooks, Vera Ruth        Aug 3 1926        Oct 26 2007     

 

d/o George Roy Tucker & Lilly Mae Hill; 1st md. William Daniel Chamblee Oct 30, 1943;

2nd md. William David Brooks Jan 15, 1946

           

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, October 28, 2007.  Died October 26, 2007.  Funeral services for Vera Ruth Brooks, 81, of Hazel Green will be conducted at 1 p.m. today from the Hazel Green Funeral Home Chapel with Chaplain Bert Wiggers officiating.  Burial will be in Bevills Chapel Cemetery.  She is survived by her children and their spouses, Jerry Wayne and Pauline Chamblee, William Roger and Nancy Brooks and Judy Lynn and Jimmy Rigsby; one sister, Velma Loggins; 11 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.

 

Brown, Lawrence W.   Dec 20 1898      Feb 4 1980       

 

Lawrence Wilson Brown, md. Ollie Rosie Cantrell Nov 19, 1922

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, February 5, 1980.  Lawrence Wilson Brown, 81, of Greenville Pike, died Monday at Lincoln County Hospital.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Joe Wayne Plunkett and the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Rosie Cantrell Brown; two foster sons, Deward Holt of Fayetteville, Tennessee, and Roy Cantrell of Huntsville; and four brothers, Raymond Brown and Fred Brown, both of Fayetteville, Oscar Brown of Ringgold, Ga., and Leverne Brown of Greenville, Alabama.

 

Brown, Ollie C.                        Sep 21 1904      Sep 20 1992     

 

Ollie Rosie Cantrell, d/o William Cantrell & Exie ___; w/o Lawrence Wilson Brown

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, September 22, 1992.  Mrs. Ollie C. Brown, 87, of 1129 Greenville Pike, Hazel Green, died Sunday at a Fayetteville, Tennessee nursing home.  The funeral was to be today at 4 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating. Burial was to be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Mrs. Brown was a native of Madison County, a housewife and a member of Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include a son, Roy Cantrell of Hazel Green; a sister, Idova Noblett of Fayetteville; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.  The body will be at the church one hour prior to the service.

 

Buckner, Claude E.      Dec 10 1910      Jun 18 1983      

 

Claude Elbert Buckner, md. Tellie W. ____Sep 23, 1933

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, June 19, 1983.  Claude Elbert Buckner, 72, of Bobo Section Road, died Saturday at his residence.  The funeral will be Monday at 11 a.m. at Laughlin Service Funeral Home chapel with Odie Hunter officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Laughlin Service Funeral Home directing.  Visitation will be today from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. at the funeral home.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Tellie Buckner of Hazel Green; a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Howard of Hazel Green; a son, Don Buckner of Taft, Tennessee; four sisters, Mrs. Docia Green of Strongsville, Ohio, Mrs. Lola Bourjois of Algonac, Mich., Mrs. Ana Moore and Mrs. Lucille Fox, both of Royal Oak, Mich.; a brother, Gene Buckner of New Orleans, La.; and three grandchildren. 

 

Buckner, Tellie W.       May 12 1912     Mar 1 1988       

 

w/o Claude Buckner, children Barbara & Donald

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, March 4, 1988.  Hazel Green.  Mrs. Tellie Buckner, 76, of 3309 Bobo Section Road, Hazel Green, died Thursday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be Saturday at 1 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green with the Rev. Odie Hunter officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include a daughter, Barbara Howard of Hazel Green; a son, Donald Buckner of Tennessee; a sister, Nellie Mae Willingham of Georgia; and three grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 3 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Butler, William Arthur  1925     Jul 25 2007       

 

s/o Willie & Hazel Butler; h/o Glenn DeLamar

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Friday, July 27, 2007.  Died July 25, 2007.  William Arthur Butler, 82. of Meridianville passed away Wednesday at Huntsville Hospital surrounded by his family.  Mr. Butler served in the U.S. Army during World War II and retired from civil service at Redstone Arsenal. His biggest joy was spending time with his family. He was especially proud of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren.  His parents, Willie and Hazel Butler, and sisters, Evelyn Welch and Helen Groce, preceded him in death.  Survivors include his wife of 64 years, Glenn DeLamar Butler; son and daughter-in-law, David and Judy Butler; daughters, Sue Shepard and husband, Frankie, Judy Butler, Pam Britton and husband, Steve, Trevah Oliver and husband, Pat; granddaughters and their spouses, Christi and Timmy Rodgers and Jennifer and Chad Reed; grandson, Matt Burchfield and Nathan Oliver; great-grandsons, Brandon and Wes Rodgers and Sam Reed; and sister and brother-in-law, Mildred and Robert Rogers.  Visitation and funeral services will be today at Berryhill Funeral Home with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Visitation will be from 2 p.m. until the start of service at 3 p.m.  Memorial contributions may be made to Bevill’s Chapel Church of Hazel Green or the Make-A-Wish Foundation, 1230 Johnson Ferry Road, Suite E-40, Marietta, GA 30068. 

 

Campbell, William Carol         Aug 28 1897      May 8 1960      

 

William Carroll Campbell, s/o Thomas Abram “Eke" Campbell and Alice J. Stewart; md. 1st Emma Estelle Slayton Dec 17, 1921; 2nd md. Mamie McElyea Barclay Jun 14, 1953

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, May 9, 1960.  A funeral service for William Carroll Campbell, 62, 2106 Summer St., SW, will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. DST at Union Grove Baptist Church with the Rev. Nelson Kuykendall officiating.  Burial will follow in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.   Mr. Campbell died Sunday at his home.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mamie Campbell; three sons, James Campbell of Huntsville, Raymond Campbell of New Market, and Wayne W. Campbell of the U.S. Air Force; three daughters, Mrs. L. L. Brownfield of Fort Payne, Alabama; Mrs. Eugene Shoemann of Portsmouth, Iowa, and Mrs. Gaylor Spence of Maysville; a brother, Jim E. Campbell of Hazel Green; three sisters, Mrs. Carrie Hunt and Mrs. R. J. Murdock of Hazel Green and Mrs. Ella McDougal of Rt. 1, Flintville; and eight grandchildren.  Active pallbearers will be Robert Jones, Jack Slayton, Elmer McDougal, Tom Harbin, Huburt Hunt and Lenis Jennings.  Honorary pallbearers will be Elvie Stewart, Ellis Landman, Eugene Campbell, Maurice McElyea, Carl Riddle, Dr. N. E. Cowart, Harold Harbin and Dr. Thomas Wright.  Laughlin-Service Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. 

 

Campbell, Emma Estelle         Aug 22 1902      Dec 13 1950     

 

Emma Estelle Slayton, d/o John William “Pat" Slayton & Mary J. "Mollie" Warden;

1st w/o William Carroll Campbell

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, December 14, 1950.  Mrs. Campbell's Rites Set Friday.  Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Estelle Slayton Campbell, 48, 806 Birch Avenue, will be held Friday at 1 p.m. at the Lincoln Baptist church.  Mrs. Campbell died last night at the Huntsville hospital.  Services will be conducted by the Rev. J. Otis King.  Interment will be at Bevel's Chapel, with Laughlin-Service funeral home in charge.  Surviving are the widower, Carol Campbell; two sons, Raymond and James Campbell at home; three daughters, Mrs. Lester Brownfield of Clarksville, Tennessee, and Thelma and Jean Campbell at home; two grandchildren, Wayne Campbell and Patsy Ann Campbell.  Pallbearers will be J. B. Slayton, Clyde Slayton, Newman Slayton, Buford Slayton, J. M. Warren and Dave Posey. 

 

Campbell, I. W. "Dub" Jun 12 1930       Apr 25 1973      

 

I. W. Campbell, s/o Enoch Campbell & Ann Ophelia “Annie” Pierce,

md. Reba Eveline McDougal Jun 10, 1950

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday April 26, 1973.  A funeral for I. W. Campbell, 42, of Rt. 1, Flintville, Tennessee, who died Wednesday at Crestwood Hospital, will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Bevels Chapel Church, the Rev. Thomas Britton and the Rev. Joe Wayne Plunkett officiating.  Burial will be in the Bevels Chapel Cemetery, Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Reba McDougal Campbell; three sons, Danny Campbell, Phillip Campbell, and Ralph Campbell; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Campbell of Gurley; four sisters, Mrs. Aili Bullard, Mrs. Inez Land, Mrs. Louise Swafford and Mrs. Geneva Moore, all of Hazel Green; two brothers, Homer Campbell of Huntsville and Dicky Ray Campbell of Gurley.  Pallbearers will be William Thompson, James McElyea, David Moore, Noel Brown, Roger Bevel and Archie Martin.

 

Campbell, Reba E.       Aug 16 1933                 

 

d/o Harrison Cepheus “Ceif” McDougal & Mary Ella Campbell, w/o I. W. “Dub” Campbell

 

Cantrell, Dewey D.       1912     Feb 24 1992     

 

s/o William T. Cantrell & Exie ____ ;md. 1st Thelma Bledsoe Dec 24, 1931, md. 2nd  Ruby Spray

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, February 25, 1992.  The Rev. Dewey David Cantrell, 79, of Flintville, died Monday at his residence.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home in Fayetteville, Tennessee, with the Rev. Glenn Hester, the Rev. Joe Mayberry and the Rev. Cecil Tucker officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include his wife, Ruby Spray Cantrell; two sons, David Cantrell of Huntsville, Alabama, and Kenneth Cantrell of Fayetteville; two stepsons, Joe Rutledge of Fayetteville and James Rutledge of Hazel Green, Alabama; a daughter, Carolyn Nichols of Mississippi; a stepdaughter, Carol Bell of Flintville; two sisters, Ollie Brown of Hazel Green and Odell Noblett of Fayetteville; 11 grandchildren, seven step grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren and two step great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 2 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Cantrell, Thelma B.     1911     1968    

 

Thelma Bledsoe, d/o Parvin Bledsoe & Gertrude Mae Malone, 1st w/o Dewey Cantrell

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, January 14, 1968.  Fayetteville, Tennessee.  Mrs. Thelma Cantrell, 56, of Rt. 4, Fayetteville, died Friday night at her home.  A funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church, with the Rev. Alvin Stevenson and the Rev. Don Shultz officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery, Gallant Funeral Home directing.  Survivors include her husband, the Rev. D. D. Cantrell of Lincoln County; her mother, Mrs. Malone Bledsoe of Gurley, Alabama; a daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Nichols of Fackler, Alabama; three sons, David Cantrell of Huntsville, Alabama and Wade Cantrell and Kenneth Cantrell, both of Fayetteville; six brothers, Alvin Bledsoe and Ross Bledsoe, both of Huntsville, Paul Bledsoe of Gurley, Joe Bledsoe of Chicago, Ill., E. W. Bledsoe of New Orleans and Gaynor Bledsoe of Brownsboro.  Pallbearers will be A. C. Posey, Raymond Posey, Hall Jernigan, Sam Williams, John Henshaw and S. G. Stovall.

 

            Published in The Lincoln County News, Thursday, January 18, 1968.  Funeral services for Mrs. Thelma Cantrell, 56, of the Lincoln community, who died at her residence January 12, after a long illness, were conducted Sunday afternoon in the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with Rev. Alvin Stevenson and Rev. Don Shultz officiating.  Burial was in the church cemetery with the Gallant Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

 

Cantrell, James A.       Oct 16 1921                 

 

James Andrew Cantrell, s/o George Washington Cantrell & Addie Anna Neely; h/o Zara Ida Towry

 

Cantrell, Zara I.            Sep 1 1923        June 4 1996      

 

Zara Ida Towry, d/o James Cue Towry & Mary Elizabeth “Tump” Fisk;

md. James Andrew Cantrell May 11, 1946

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, June 4, 1996.  Mrs. Zara Towry Cantrell, 72, of Hazel Green died Tuesday at her residence.  The funeral will be Thursday at 1 p.m. at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Shelby Gurley, the Rev. Joe Wayne Plunkett and the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Cantrell  was a housewife and a member of the Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include her husband, James Cantrell; two daughters, Linda Wilson and Karen Stephens, both of Hazel Green; two sons, Chuck Cantrell, also of Hazel Green and Ronnie Cantrell of Fayetteville; a brother, Fred Towry of Hazel Green; eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild.  Visitation will be Wednesday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. 

 

Cantrell, Shirley J.       Nov 7 1901        Jul 31 1987       

 

s/o William T. Cantrell & Exie; 1st md. Maggie M. Hill; 2nd md. Annie King Posey, Aug 19, 1961, d/o Sidney Johnson King & Necie Elizabeth Blaylock

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, August 2, 1987.  Shirley Cantrell, 85, of 1454 Mulberry Road, Hazel Green, died Friday at Huntsville Hospital.  The funeral will be today at 3 p.m. at Bevill Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Joe Wayne Plunkett and the Rev. Don Schultz officiating.  Burial was to be in Bevill Chapel Cemetery with Gallant-Riverview Funeral Home of Fayetteville, Tennessee, in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Annie King Cantrell; a son Maurice Cantrell of Huntsville; a brother, the Rev. Dewey Cantrell of Flintville, Tennessee; two sisters, Idova Noblitt and Ollie Brown, both of Lincoln County, Tennessee; and one grandchild.

 

Cantrell, Maggie M.     Apr 25 1900       Sep 18 1960     

 

Maggie M. Hill, d/o Robert M. Hill & Sena Adelaide Parker; 1st w/o Shirley J. Cantrell

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, September 19, 1960. A funeral service for Mrs. Maggie Hill Cantrell, 60, will be Tuesday at 2 p.m., DST at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. I. D. Broadwell and the Rev. A. L. Hudson officiating.  Burial will follow in the adjoining cemetery.  Mrs. Cantrell died Sunday afternoon at her home northeast of Hazel Green after a long illness.  Survivors include her husband, Shirley J. Cantrell; a son, Carl Cantrell of Elk Grove, Calif.; her mother, Mrs. Robert Hill of Rt. 2, Flintville, Tennessee; three sisters, Mrs. Alvie Smith and Mrs. Buford Key of Flintville, and Mrs. J. O. Davis of Huntsville; five brothers, Walter Hill, Floyd Hill and Elbert Hill of Flintville, Jesse Hill of Christiana, Tennessee, and Herman Hill, stationed with the U.S. Army in France; and a number of nieces and nephews.  Pallbearers will be Buford Key, Buford Satterfield, Aaron Satterfield, L. O. Atkinson, Wade Cantrell and Deward Holt.  Gallant Funeral Home, Fayetteville, Tennessee, will be in charge of arrangements. 

 

Chamblee, Cindy Gail Nov 4 1963        Feb 24 1995     

 

d/o Jerry Wayne Chamblee & Brenda Joyce Price

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, February 26, 1995.  Mrs. Cindy Gail Chamblee, 31, of Toney died Friday in Toney.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home with the Rev. Odie Hunter officiating. Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Chamblee was a Lincoln County, Tennessee, native and lived in Madison County most of her life.  Survivors include two sons, Robert Wayne Moyers and Christopher Dale Palmer, both of Toney; one daughter, Serena Gail Palmer of Toney; her mother, Brenda Joyce Price of Huntsville; her father, Jerry Wayne Chamblee of Toney; her stepmother, Pauline Chamblee of Toney; two brothers, Jerry Daniel Chamblee of Morehead, Ky., and Jonathan Carol Chamblee of Toney; one sister, Kathy Joyce Wilbanks of Toney; two stepsisters, Annette P. Holder and Ladonna Holder, both of Toney; and one stepbrother, Brian Holder of Toney.  Visitation will be Monday from 5 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Chamblee, Ronald Wayne       Jul 1 1966         Sep 15 1984     

 

s/o Jerry Wayne Chamblee & Brenda Joyce Price

 

Published Sunday, September 16, 1994 in The Huntsville Times.  Ronald Wayne Chamblee, 18, of 232 Dixon Road, Hazel Green died Saturday at Huntsville Hospital.  The funeral will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Bevel's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Spry Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wayne Chamblee; two brothers, Daniel Chamblee and Jonathan Chamblee, both of Hazel Green; two sisters, Mrs. Cindy Palmer and Miss Kathy Chamblee, both of Hazel Green; his grandparents, Mrs. Lucille Price of Huntsville, and Mrs. Ruby Brooks of Hazel Green and Fred Price of Guntersville; and several aunts and uncles.

 

Clark, Jonathan Dewayne       Jul 8 1984         May 13 2006     s/o Sheila Robinson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, May 15, 2006.  Born July 8, 1984, died May 13, 2006.  Jonathan Dewayne Clark, 21, of New Market died Saturday at a local hospital.  He is survived by his grandmother, Jean Jones; mother, Sheila Robinson and step-father, Charles Robinson; three brothers, Christopher Johnson, Charles "Chucky" Robinson and Keith Robinson; one sister, Donna VanHoozer; one daughter, Shyanee Marie Clark; and special friend, Jessica Putman.  A graveside service will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Bevill's Chapel Cemetery in Hazel Green with Frank Betterton officiating.  The family will receive friends from 1 to 2 p.m. Tuesday at Spry Funeral Home in Huntsville.

 

Clutts, Shirley D.          May 3 1947       Jul 25 2004       

 

Shirley Diane Myers, d/o Eddie Lawrence Myers & Jimmie Lee Satterfield; w/o Levoy Gene Clutts

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Tuesday, July 27, 2004. Born May 3, 1947, died July 25, 2004.  Shirley D. Clutts, 57, of Hazel Green passed away Sunday.  She retired from the City of Huntsville Board of Education.  She attended Apostolic Lighthouse of Jesus.  Survivors include her daughter, Tina Self and her husband, James; one son, Kelly Clutts and his wife, Kerri; mother, Jimmie Lee Myers; two sisters, Jean Pigg and Martha McLaughlin; two brothers, Larry Myers and Terry Myers; six grandchildren, Joe and Hanna Self, Tiffany, Brandon, Dylan and Kaden Clutts; and many nieces and nephews.  Funeral services were to be at 3 p.m. today at Hazel Green Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Lloyd Preston and Bro. Sammy Riggin officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Hospice Family Cares or to the American Cancer Society.

 

Cobb, Franklin             Jan 21 1922       Feb 23 2004     

 

Rev. Franklin Cobb, s/o Ben F. Cobb & Bertha Ellen Sneed; md. Macie Grace McDougal, May 22, 1943

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on February 25, 2004.  Born January 21, 1922, died February 23, 2004.  Monday the 23rd of February, Rev. Franklin Cobb left his family with his legacy of faith in Jesus Christ and entered into the glory of the Lord. Rev. Cobb is survived by his wife of 61 years, Macie Grace McDougal Cobb of Meridianville; his sons, David F. Cobb of Meridianville, and Stephen Michael Cobb of Montgomery. The Lord has enlarged his territory with six grandchildren, Stephanie Cobb Hicks of Hazel Green, Malena Cobb Smotherman of New Market, Daniel Cobb of Meridianville, Stephen Cobb, Denise Cobb Hibbard and Kevin Cobb of Montgomery. He was also blessed with eight great-grandchildren.  Rev. Franklin Cobb was born Jan. 21, 1922 in Madison County to Ben and Bertha Cobb.  He leaves behind two brothers, John B. Cobb of Huntsville, and Gene Cobb of Gurley; also six sisters, Ruth Cobb Craft and Beryl Cobb, both of Gurley, Gladys Cobb Dunson of Huntsville, Betty Cobb Meaker of Winchester, Tennessee, Faye Cobb Dean of Grant, and Nancy Cobb Summers of Brownsboro; and numerous nephews and nieces.  Rev. Cobb pastored in several southern Baptist churches in Tennessee as well as in North Alabama over a span of six decades, bringing many to the knowledge of the grace of God.  He and his wife, Macie, were current members of the first Flint River Baptist Church in Meridianville.  His delight in his latter years was gardening, playing with his great-grandchildren and his many visits from friends and family.  Visitation will be at Laughlin Service Funeral Home from 5 to 8 p.m. today.  Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at Bevill's Chapel Cemetery in Hazel Green with the Rev. Odie Hunter officiating.  The family requests donations to be sent to the Southern Baptist International Mission Board in lieu of flowers.

 

Cobb, Macie                Jul 18 1924                   

 

Macie Grace McDougal, d/o Harrison Cepheus “Ceif” McDougal & Mary Ella Campbell

 

Cothren, Alpha                        May 14 1892     Nov 7 1892       

 

Double Tombstone w/Dalta Cothren

 

Cothren, Dalta             Sep 26 1893      Apr 15 1894      

 

Cunningham, Elizabeth           Sep 18 1904      Sep 9 1960       

 

Minnie Elizabeth Sawyers, d/o John Stephen Sawyers & Sallie D. Moore; 1st md. Johnny Mooneyham, 2nd md. James Robert Cunningham Apr 25, 1942

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, September 10, 1960. Fayetteville, Tennessee.  A funeral service for Mrs. Minnie Elizabeth Sawyers Cunningham, 55, of Fayetteville, was at 2 p.m. today at Ralston Chapel.  Elder I. C. Pullias officiated, with burial in Bevill Chapel Cemetery in the Bevill Chapel community in Madison County, Alabama.  Mrs. Cunningham died Friday morning in Lincoln County Hospital after a long illness.  A native of Lincoln County, she was a member of the Church of Christ.  She was first married to John Mooneyham, who died in 1937.  She later married Mr. Cunningham, who died in 1950.  Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. L. D. Tucker, Fayetteville; a son, Sgt. Walter Lewis Mooneyham, U. S. Air Force, Goldsboro, N. C.; a sister, Mrs. John Isbell, Hazel Green, Alabama; and two grandchildren.

 

Davis, William A.         Dec 13 1880      Apr 17 1955       h/o Minta “Mentie” Lee Smith

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, April 19, 1955.  William A. Davis' Final Rites Set.  Final rites for William Alex Davis, 74, who died at his home yesterday, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow from Bevill's Chapel near Hazel Green, with the Rev. Johnny Anderson and the Rev. J. Otis King officiating.  Burial will follow in the chapel cemetery.  Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Mentie Davis; five daughters, Mrs. Lucille Hargrove, Mrs. Murphy Bailey, Mrs. J. C. Walker, Mrs. Judkin Adcock and Miss Catherine Jackson Davis, all of Huntsville; three sons, John Albert Davis of Michigan City, Ind., William Davis and John Davis of Huntsville.  Active pallbearers will be F. L. Bentley, Robert Canterberry, J. C. Adcock, Roy Lackey, Joe Anderson and Math Bevill.  Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. L. B. Hewitt, Dr. H. O. Walker, C. B. Bailey, Lawrence White, Archie Curry, Edwin Bates, Joe Croupe, Joe McCaleb and Ashford Todd.

 

Davis, Mentle C.           Sep 14 1901      Dec 7 1976       

 

Mentle C. “Mentie” Smith, md. 1st William Alex Davis, md. 2nd J. D. Moore

 

Published in The Huntsville Times,  Tuesday, December 7, 1976.  Mrs. Mentie Davis, 73, of Madison, died Monday (note discrepancy in death date shown on tombstone) in Madison.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Burial will be in the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church cemetery with Laughlin Funeral Home in charge.  The Rev. Richard Anderson will officiate.  Mrs. Davis was a long time resident of the New Market and Hazel Green area and was voted the Kind Lady of the Year in 1956.  Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Mary L. Boyd, Mrs. Pauline Bailey, Mrs. J. C. Walker, Mrs. Rose Adcock, all of Huntsville, and Mrs. Catherine Granuland of Michigan; two sons, Joe T. Davis of Los Angeles, Calif., and John A. Davis of Hazel Green; two sisters, Mrs. Linnie Lee and Mrs. Littie Lewis, both of Huntsville; brother, Allison Smith of Huntsville; and 25 grandchildren. Her grandsons will serve as pallbearers.

 

Davis, John Albert       Feb 28 1928      Apr 1 1992       

 

s/o William Alex Davis & Mentle C. “Mentie” Smith, h/o Pauline Bevill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, April 3, 1992.  Hazel Green.  John A. Davis, 67, of 212 Bevill Church Road, Hazel Green, died Wednesday at his residence.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at the Bevill Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry and the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in the church cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Mr. Davis was a retired truck driver for Todd Hauling Co.  He was a member of the Bevill Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include his wife, Pauline Bevill Davis; a son, Michael Davis of Fayetteville, Tennessee; a daughter, Janice Satterfield of New Market; a brother, Joe Davis of California; two sisters, Lucille Boyd and Pauline Bailey, both of Huntsville, and five grandchildren.

 

Davis, Pauline B.         Jan 6 1925        Feb 18 1994     

 

Pauline Bevill, d/o Matthew Bevill & Edgie Stewart; md. John Albert Davis Dec 22, 1946

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, February 20, 1994.  Pauline Davis, 69, of Bevill’s Church Road, Hazel Green, died Friday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be today at 2:30 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry, the Rev. Leslie Sharp and the Rev. Robert Sharp officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green in charge.  Mrs. Davis was a native of Madison County, a homemaker and a member of Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include a daughter, Janice Satterfield of New Market; a son, Michael Davis of Fayetteville; a sister, Dorothy Lasater of Hazel Green; and five grandchildren.

 

Davis, Annie Eloise      Feb 17 1948      Feb 17 1948      d/o John Albert Davis & Pauline Bevill

 

Davis, Bennie Royce    Feb 17 1948      Feb 17 1948      s/o John Albert Davis & Pauline Bevill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, February 18, 1948.  Rites Conducted Today For Infant Davis Twins.  Funeral services were held at 2:30 p.m. today for the infant twins of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Davis, Route 1.  The twins, Bennie Royce and Annie Elois, were born at 6 p.m. yesterday and died at midnight.  Services were conducted by the Rev. Mr. Benson from Bevill’s chapel church, with interment in the adjoining cemetery, directed by Chambers funeral chapel.  Besides the parents, the infants are survived by their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bevill of Hazel Green and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis of Huntsville.

 

Davis, Rosa H. Dec 29 1917      Jan 13 1999      

 

Rosa Hill, d/o Robert M. Hill & Sena Adelaide Parker, md. 1st Jesse Laughlin Steakley

Dec 26, 1937; md. 2nd Joel “Joe” Davis

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, January 14, 1999.  Rosa H. Davis, 81, of Huntsville died Wednesday at her home.  The funeral will be Friday at 10 a.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green is in charge of burial.  Mrs. Davis was a native of Madison County, a mathematical technician assistant programmer at Lockheed Martin, a licensed practical nurse at Crestwood Hospital and a member of the Seventh-day Adventist Church.  Survivors include several nieces and nephews.

 

Dye, Mary Annette       Apr 4 1958        Feb 10 2004     

 

d/o Phillip M. Daye, Sr. & Anna Jane Puckett

 

Published in The Huntsville Times Wednesday, February 11, 2004.  Born April 4, 1958, died February 10, 2004.  Ann Daye Dye, 45, of Huntsville died Tuesday.  Mrs. Dye was preceded in death by her twin sister, Jan Daye Hutton.  Survivors include her husband, Clarence Dwight "Dee" Dye; daughter, Mary Jeanna Dye; mother, Anna Jane Puckett; stepfather, Norman Ray Puckett, all of Huntsville; father, Phillip M. Daye Sr.; stepmother, Margaret Daye; sister, Gail Daye Morgan, all of Scottsboro; brother, Phillip M. Daye Jr. of Kelso, Tennessee; six nieces; one nephew; and mother-in-law, Jean Jones of New Market.  The graveside service was held at 11 a.m. today at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery with Rev. Frank Betterton officiating and Laughlin Service Funeral Home directing.  Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice Family Cares or to the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery Fund.

 

Eddy, Flossie               Jun 5 1919        Jul 23 2004       

 

“Ozelle” was on the funeral home marker

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Sunday, July 25, 2004.  Born June 5, 1919, died July 23, 2004.  Flossie Eddy, 85, of New Market died Friday. Funeral services will be held at 11:30 a.m. today at the Hazel Green Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Billy Joe George officiating. Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.

 

Edwards, Vernon Wayne         Nov 5 1958        Jun 13 1987      

 

Children: Chad, Stefanie; s/o Roy V. Edwards & Allene Sisk

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, June 16, 1987.  Vernon Wayne Edwards, 28, of 1046 Butler Road, New Market, died Saturday at his residence.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. W. L. Howard officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Spry Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include a son, Chad Edwards of Hazel Green; a daughter, Stephanie “Bee” Edwards of Hazel Green; his parents, Mr. and Mr. Roy V. Edwards of New Market; a brother, Randall Edwards of New Market; a sister, Janice Loveday of Harvest; and his grandmother, Cora Sisk of Huntsville.  The body will be at the church 30 minutes before the service.

 

Evans, Major LeVoid    Feb 24 1968      Feb 24 1968      s/o Billy Ray Evans & Betty Jean Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, February 25, 1968. Major Levoid Evans, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Evans of Rt. 2, Flintville, died Friday night at Huntsville Hospital. Graveside services will be at 2 P.m. today at Bevel’s Chapel Cemetery with Rev. Joe Wayne Plunkett officiating. Gallant Funeral Home of Fayetteville directing. Other survivors include the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Reedus Hill of Madison County, Alabama, and Mr. and Mrs. Riley Evans of Selmer, N. C.

 

Gautney, Henry Clay    Oct 16 1917      Aug 4 1989       

 

s/o Elbert & Ruth Gautney, h/o Mildred Stewart

 

Gautney, Mildred         Nov 4 1914        Apr 3 1974       

 

Mildred Stewart, d/o Luther Morgan Stewart & Annie Eliza Norris;

md. Henry Clay autney, May 11, 1940

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, April 5, 1974. Listed in critical condition today at Medical Center Hospital is Rocky Gautney of Fayetteville, Tennessee.  Buffy Gautney, 6 is listed in fair condition.  The brother of Rocky Gautney, Garner Gautney, 12; mother, Mrs. Wayne Gautney (Peggy Lou Brannon), and grandmother, Mrs. Henry (Mildred) Gautney, were all killed in a tornado which struck the Gautney's Vanntown home Wednesday night.  Wayne Gautney, 33, of Fayetteville, is listed in fair condition at Medical Center today.

 

            Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, April 11, 1974.  Mrs. Mildred Stewart Gautney, 59, Mrs. Peggy Lou Brannon Gautney, 32, and Garner Clay Gautney, 12, all of the Vann Town community, died Wednesday in the tornado that struck Vann Town.  A joint funeral will be Saturday at 3 p.m. at the Bevel’s Chapel Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in the Bevels Chapel Cemetery with Ralston Funeral Home directing.  Mrs. Mildred Gautney is survived by her husband, Henry Gautney; two daughters, Mrs. Regina Myers of Cookeville, Tennessee, and Mrs. Dois Lipscomb, of Nashville, Tennessee; a son, Thomas Wayne Gautney of the Liberty community; two sisters, Mrs. Ruby Wolverton and Mrs. Inez Stephens, both of Nashville, Tennessee; six grandchildren.  Mrs. Peggy Gautney is survived by her husband, Wayne Gautney; a daughter, Miss Buffy Denise Gautney; a son, Rocky DeWayne Gautney; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Brannon of Hazel Green; three sisters, Mrs. Alma Jean Medley of New Market, Mrs. Edna Faye Clemmons of Fayetteville, Tennessee, and Mrs. Nancy Williamson of Hazel Green; a brother, Lebert Brannon of Huntsville.  Garner Gautney is survived by his father, Wayne Gautney; a sister, Miss Buffy Gautney; a brother, Rocky DeWayne Gautney; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Brannon of Hazel Green; paternal grandparent, Mr. Henry Gautney of Vann Town.

 

Gautney, Thomas Wayne        Dec 27 1940      Apr 20 1988      

 

s/o Henry Clay Gautney & Mildred Stewart; 1st md. Peggy Lou Brannon; 2nd md. Peggy Jean Bailey

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, April 22, 1988. Fayetteville, Tennessee.  Wayne Gautney, 47, of Fayetteville died Wednesday at Lincoln Regional Hospital.  The funeral will be Saturday at 10 a.m. at Higgins Funeral Home with the Rev. Ed. Johnson officiating.  Burial will be in the Bevill’s Cemetery.  Survivors include his wife, Peggy Bailey Gautney; three daughters, Buffie Wells of Tennessee, Agena Bryant of Georgia and Apollo Katona of Florida; two sons, Rocky Gautney and Jemini Goolsby, both of Tennessee; his father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Gautney of Fayetteville; two sisters, Doris Lipscomb of Florida and Regina Myers of Tennessee; and five grandchildren.

 

Gautney, Peggy Lou    Jan 8 1948        Apr 3 1974       

 

Peggy Lou Brannon, d/o Lawson M. Brannon & Mary Etha “Ether” Gwathney;

1st w/o Thomas Wayne Gautney

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, April 11, 1974.  Mrs. Mildred Stewart Gautney, 59, Mrs. Peggy Lou Brannon Gautney, 32, and Garner Clay Gautney, 12, all of the Vann Town community, died Wednesday in the tornado that struck Vann Town.  A joint funeral will be Saturday at 3 p.m. at the Bevel’s Chapel Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in the Bevels Chapel Cemetery with Ralston Funeral Home directing.  Mrs. Mildred Gautney is survived by her husband, Henry Gautney; two daughters, Mrs. Regina Myers of Cookeville, Tennessee, and Mrs. Dois Lipscomb, of Nashville, Tennessee; a son, Thomas Wayne Gautney of the Liberty community; two sisters, Mrs. Ruby Wolverton and Mrs. Inez Stephens, both of Nashville, Tennessee; six grandchildren.  Mrs. Peggy Gautney is survived by her husband, Wayne Gautney; a daughter, Miss Buffy Denise Gautney; a son, Rocky DeWayne Gautney; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Brannon of Hazel Green; three sisters, Mrs. Alma Jean Medley of New Market, Mrs. Edna Faye Clemmons of Fayetteville, Tennessee, and Mrs. Nancy Williamson of Hazel Green; a brother, Lebert Brannon of Huntsville.  Garner Gautney is survived by his father, Wayne Gautney; a sister, Miss Buffy Gautney; a brother, Rocky DeWayne Gautney; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Brannon of Hazel Green; paternal grandparent, Mr. Henry Gautney of Vann Town.

 

Gautney, Tammy Reka            Jun 4 1963        Jan 7 1963       

 

d/o Thomas Wayne Gautney & Peggy Lou Brannon

 

Gautney, Garner Clay  Aug 21 1961      Apr 3 1974       

 

s/o Thomas Wayne Gautney & Peggy Lou Brannon

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, April 11, 1974.  Mrs. Mildred Stewart Gautney, 59, Mrs. Peggy Lou Brannon Gautney, 32, and Garner Clay Gautney, 12, all of the Vann Town community, died Wednesday in the tornado that struck Vann Town.  A joint funeral will be Saturday at 3 p.m. at the Bevel’s Chapel Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in the Bevels Chapel Cemetery with Ralston Funeral Home directing.  Mrs. Mildred Gautney is survived by her husband, Henry Gautney; two daughters, Mrs. Regina Myers of Cookeville, Tennessee, and Mrs. Dois Lipscomb, of Nashville, Tennessee; a son, Thomas Wayne Gautney of the Liberty community; two sisters, Mrs. Ruby Wolverton and Mrs. Inez Stephens, both of Nashville, Tennessee; six grandchildren.  Mrs. Peggy Gautney is survived by her husband, Wayne Gautney; a daughter, Miss Buffy Denise Gautney; a son, Rocky DeWayne Gautney; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Brannon of Hazel Green; three sisters, Mrs. Alma Jean Medley of New Market, Mrs. Edna Faye Clemmons of Fayetteville, Tennessee, and Mrs. Nancy Williamson of Hazel Green; a brother, Lebert Brannon of Huntsville.  Garner Gautney is survived by his father, Wayne Gautney; a sister, Miss Buffy Gautney; a brother, Rocky DeWayne Gautney; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Brannon of Hazel Green; paternal grandparent, Mr. Henry Gautney of Vann Town.

 

Gregory, Alvie L.         Jan 22 1917       May 27 1970    

 

s/o Marion Gregory & Martha Smart; h/o Ida Louise Manley

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, May 28, 1970.  A funeral for Alvie Lee Gregory, 53, of Huntsville who died Wednesday after a short illness, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Bevill's Chapel Church with the Toney-Rainey Funeral Home of Ardmore directing.  He was a veteran of World War II.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Louise Manley Gregory; two sons, Michael Lee Gregory with the U. S. Air Force and Phillip Lee Gregory of Huntsville; two daughters, Judith Gregory and Meribeth Gregory, both of Huntsville; six sisters, Mrs. Era Gill of Hazel Green, Mrs. Tera Kent of Alford, Florida,, Mrs. Larene Posey of Hammond, Ind., Mrs. Alvinia Turner and Mrs. Sadie Bridges, both of Huntsville, and Mrs. Kathleen Russell of Limestone County; two brothers, John W. Gregory and Alta Gregory of Hazel Green. 

 

Gregory, Ida Louise     Aug 13 1927      Nov 6 1997       

 

d/o Finis Walter Manley & Birdie Mae Satterfield; md. Alvie Lee Gregory Nov 15, 1947

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday November 8, 1997.  Louise Manley Gregory, 70, of Huntsville died Thursday at her home.  The funeral will be Sunday at 1 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home with the Rev. Carey Johnson officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Gregory was a native of Madison County and was active in the American Legion Auxiliary Post #176.  Survivors include two sons, Michael Gregory of Joplin, Mo., and Phillip Gregory of the Philippines; two daughters, Judy Nichols of Houston and Mary Beth McHugh of Huntsville; her mother, Birdie Manley; a brother, John W. Manley; a sister, Doris Manley Camper, all of Huntsville; and seven grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 4 to 8 p.m.

 

Griffin, John                 1847     1927     2nd h/o Caroline M. Kilpatrick

 

Griffin, Caroline           1873     1948    

 

Caroline M. Kilpatrick, 1st md. Walter Damron Jan 11, 1900; 2nd md. John Griffin 1903

 

Griffin, Houston "Jack"            1901     1963    

 

Houston “Jack” Damron, s/o Caroline M. Kilpatrick & Walter Damron (apparently adopted the name of his mother’s second husband)

 

Griffin, Grace               Oct 29 1905      Sep 18 1931     

 

Grace Lee Bevill, d/o Lee Roy Bevill & Irene Manley md. Joe Bill Griffin (s/o John Griffin & Caroline M. Kilpatrick) Nov 21, 1926

 

Gladin, Jimmie E.        Oct 27 1950      Sep 7 1953       

 

s/o ____ Gladin & Lois Preston Died during surgery for tonsillectomy

 

Halcomb, Nola Lue      1909     Jul 14 1982       

 

Nola Lue Walker, d/o Noah H. Walker & Filena Anderson 

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, July 16, 1982.  Mrs. Nola Lue Halcomb, 72, of Mulberry Road, Hazel Green, Alabama, died Wednesday night at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be today at 2:30 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Don Shultz and the Rev. Dewey Cantrell officiating.  Burial will be in the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Madison County, Alabama.  Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Betty Wade of Fayetteville; four sisters, Mrs. A. C. Posey of Hazel Green, Mrs. Gladys Slayton and Mrs. Hattie Scott, both of Huntsville, and Mrs. Willie Rozell of Bessemer, Alabama; two brothers, Hubert Walker of New Market, Alabama, and Foster Walker of Hazel Green; and three granddaughters.

 

Hall, James Edward     Nov 1 1910        Dec 21 1983      3rd h/o Gladys Pearl Sharp

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, December 22, 1983.  James Edward Hall, 73, of 128 Dudley Drive, Hazel Green, died Wednesday at Huntsville Hospital.  The funeral will be Friday at 2:30 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home chapel with Tommy Rosenblum officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Hall was a native of Madison County and was retired from the Huntsville City Board of Education.  He was a member of the Plainview Church of Christ.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Gladys Hall; a son, Stanley Hall of Huntsville; two step-daughters, Mrs. Joanne Green and Mrs. Nancy Mitchell, both of Huntsville; a step-son, Roy Rosebrough Jr., of North Carolina; a sister, Mrs. Dubilee Price of Tennessee; and 14 grandchildren.

 

Hall, Gladys                 Aug 19 1917      Dec 10 1998     

 

Gladys Pearl Sharp, d/o Joseph William “Joe Willie” Sharp(e) & Maggie “Aggie” Campbell, 1st md. Roy Rosebrough Sr. Jul 31, 1935; 2nd md. Tobe Sims; 3rd md. James Edward Hall

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday December 11, 1998.  Gladys Sharp Hall, 81, of Stevens Avenue in Huntsville died Thursday at a local hospital.  The funeral will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Mrs. Hall was a native of Madison County and a housewife.  She was preceded in death by her husband, James Edward Hall.  Survivors include three daughters, Jo Ann Nash of New Hope and Nancy Jean Mitchell and Tammy Hill, both of Hazel Green; one son, Roy Rosebrough Jr. of Raleigh, N. C.; one sister, Minnie Armstrong of Florida; four brothers, Floyd Sharp of Knoxville, Tennessee, Homer Sharp of New Market, Clarence Sharp of Birmingham and Billy Sharp of Guntersville; and eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.  Visitation is today from 5 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Hargrove, William R.               Nov 6 1952       

 

s/o Wm. J. Hargrove & Mary Lucille Davis; no marker

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, November 6, 1952.  Graveside Rites Today For Hargrove Infant.  Graveside rites were held today at 2 o’clock for William R. Hargrove, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hargrove, who died at 1 a.m. at the residence, 403 Ninth Avenue, West.  Rev. Russell Hunter officiated at the service at Bevel’s Chapel cemetery, and Mutual Service funeral home was in charge.  Besides the parents, the child is survived by one half-sister, Alice Faye Heaton, and one half-brother, Robert Roy Heaton; the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hargrove and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis.

 

Hazelwood, Flossie Stewart    Feb 23 1906      Aug 3 1997       

 

d/o William Thomas Stewart & Anna Elizabeth Ivey, 1st md. Lee Hazelwood;

2nd md. Claude E. Jones Sr. May 25, 1926

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Flossie L. Hazelwood, 91, of Huntsville died Thursday at a Madison nursing home.  The funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green directing.  Mrs. Hazelwood, a native of Madison County, was a housewife and a member of Brogan Avenue Baptist Church.  Survivors include two daughters, Opal Tucker and Reva Dean Reynolds, both of Huntsville; four sons, Buford Jones, James Carlos Jones and Bobby Lee Hazelwood, all of Fayetteville and Claude Jones of Arab; and 16 grandchildren, 21 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren. 

 

Heffington, Thomas     about 1891        Feb 8 1970        2nd h/o Vireace Ricketts Knox

 

Published in The Huntsville Time, Monday, February 9, 1970.   Thomas Heffington, 79, of Rt. 1, Gurley, died Sunday at his residence.  A funeral will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Bevill’s Chapel with the Rev. J. Otis King officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Cemetery with Laughlin-Service Funeral Home directing.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Vireace Heffington; and a number of nieces and nephews.  Pallbearers will be Jim Myrick, Gordon Harbin, Danny Hillard, Kenneth Loveday, C. F. Athley, and Leonard Harbin.  The body will be at the home of Mrs. J. L. Ricketts until time for the funeral.

 

Hill, Joe W.                  Oct 9 1886        Jan 1 1951       

 

Joseph “Joe” Worth Hill, s/o William L. Hill & Mary Alice “Sallie” Rozelle; 1st md. Kitty Ann Bevill Dec 22, 1908; 2nd md. Katherine “Kate” Hobbs Nov 7, 1930

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, January 2, 1951.  Joe Worth Hill, 65, died late yesterday at the residence, Route 1 Hazel Green.  He is survived by the widow, Mrs. Kate Hill; two sons, Billy at home, and Elmer B. of Decatur; three daughters, Mrs. Willie Taylor of this city, Mrs. Coye W. Dawson of Decatur and Mrs. Woodrow Holmes of  Hartselle.  The Rev. Mr. Wilbanks will conduct the funeral tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Bevill's Chapel, and burial will be in the adjoining cemetery, Laughlin-Service directing.  Active pallbearers will be Zan Hill, Albert Posey, John Hill, Math Bevill, Joe Stevens and Grover Wright.

 

Hill, Kitty Ann               Jan 15 1885       Jun 8 1958       

 

Kitty Ann Bevill, d/o Edward Benjamin & C. D. Bevill; 1st w/o Joseph “Joe” Worth Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, June 9, 1958.  Mrs. Kitty Ann Hill, 73, died yesterday afternoon in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Willie E. Taylor of 303 Ninth Avenue.  Mrs. Hill had been ill for eight years.  Funeral will be Tuesday at 3 p.m. in Bevill's Chapel, north of Hazel Green, the Rev. A. Vanarsdale and the Rev. James E. Brooks officiating.  Burial will be in the Chapel cemetery.  The body will lie in state an hour before the funeral.  Until then, it will remain in Mrs. Taylor's home.  Mrs. Hill is survived by two other daughters, Mrs. Coy Dyson of Birmingham and Mrs. John Holmes of Hartselle; two sons, Elmer B. Hill and Newman Hill; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild.  Active pallbearers will be Charles R. Willard, Gordon Stewart, Coleman Hill, Herbert Fielding, Carter Davis and Elvie Stewart.  Honorary pallbearers will be Zan Hill, Argene Posey, Francis Malone, Dr. Ellis Sparks, Rev. Edward Minor, Knox McRae, Steve Taylor and Joe Vaughn. 

 

Hill       illegible                        

 

Hill, Kate                      Jul 18 1900        Jul 11 1967       

 

Katherine “Kate” Hobbs 2nd w/o Joseph “Joe” Worth Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, July 13, 1967.  A funeral for Mrs. Kate Hill, 66, of Hazel Green, was to be today at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s chapel with the Rev. Charles Davis officiating.  Burial was to be in the adjoining cemetery with Spry Funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Hill died Tuesday at her home.  Survivors include a son, Billy C. Hill of Hazel Green; four sisters, Mrs. Ella Utley of Huntsville, Mrs. Frances Yow, Miss Jeannie Hobbs and Mrs. Bell Robinson, all of Iuka, Miss.; two brothers, Wallace Hobbs and Tom Hobbs, both of Iuka; and four grandchildren.  Pallbearers will be J. B. Slayton, Tioma York, Albert Posey, James Cantrell, Clarence Land and Howard Bevill.

 

Hill, Melvin Walter       Jul 23 1927        Oct 20 1929     

 

s/o Walter Edward Hill & Beulah Ann Kilpatrick

 

Hill, Ollie Jean             Mar 5 1937        Mar 6 1937       

 

Hill, James H.              1862     1929    

 

James Homer Hill, s/o John H. Hill & Jane Manley, h/o Elizabeth Ann “Lizzie” Stewart

 

Hill, Elizabeth A.          1866     May 4 1938      

 

Elizabeth Ann “Lizzie” Stewart, d/o James Calvin Stewart & Margaret Rebecca Patrick;

md. James Homer Hill

 

Published in the Huntsville Times, Wednesday, May 4, 1938.  Illness Fatal To Mrs. Hill.  Rites For Flintville Woman Will Be Held Tomorrow.  Mrs. Elizabeth Ann Hill, 72 died this morning at 4 o’clock at her home in Flintville, Tennessee, after a short illness.  Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 o’clock, at Bevill’s Chapel, with the Rev. Dave Counts of Flintville, officiating.  Burial will follow in the Bevill’s cemetery with Laughlin-Service funeral home in charge.  Mrs. Hill is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Roy Tucker, Mrs. Walter Norris and Mrs. John Norris, all of Hazel Green; four sons, John, Willie, Dolphus and Roy Hill, all of Hazel Green; two sisters, Mrs. Alice Campbell, Hazel Green, and Mrs. Polly Stevenson, Huntsville; three brothers, Robert Stewart, Lincoln, Tennessee, Ed Stewart, Hazel Green and Ben Stewart, Huntsville.  Active pallbearers will be John, Willie, Dolphus and Roy Hill, sons, and Leonard and Clarence Norris, grandsons.

 

Hill, Robert B.              Jun 6 1874        Apr 25 1960      

 

s/o John J. Hill & Jane Manley,h/o Sena Adelaide “Addie” Parker  

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, April 27, 1960.  Fayetteville, Tennessee.  A funeral service for Robert Hill, 85, retired farmer of Madison County, was to be conducted at 2 p.m. today at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  The Rev. I. D. Broadwell was to officiate.  Burial was to be in the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Hill died Monday night at the Lincoln County Hospital after a long illness.  He was a native of Madison County and was a member of the Baptist church.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Addie Parker Hill; four daughters, Mrs. Maggie Cantrell, Mrs. Annie Smith, both of Madison County, Mrs. Eller Key and Mrs. Rosa Davis, both of Huntsville; five sons, Walter, Floyd, and Elbert Hill, all of Madison County, Jesse Hill of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Herman Hill, U. S. Army in France; 13 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.  Gallant Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

 

Hill, Sena Adlaid         Sep 2 1879        Aug 10 1965     

 

Sena Adelaide “Addie”Parker, d/o Isaac & Martha Parker; md. Robert B. Hill  Dec 28, 1897

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, August 11, 1965.  Mrs. Addie Hill, 85, died in a Huntsville Hospital Tuesday afternoon after a long illness.  Funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Bevill’s Baptist Church, Rev. I. D. Broadwell officiating.  A native of Madison County, she was a member of the Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church.  Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Annie Smith, Flintville, Tennessee, Mrs. Ella Key, Toney, and Mrs. Rosa Davis of Huntsville; five sons, Walter and Elbert Hill of Madison County; Floyd Hill of Moore County, Tennessee, and Herman Hill of Huntsville; 13 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.  The body will be at the home of a niece, Mrs. Maylin Parslow, 2703 7th Ave., Huntsville until the time of service.  Pallbearers will be John Webb, Allen Cobb, Shirley Cantrell, Bill Smith, Kenneth Hill and Joel Davis.

 

Hill, Floyd                    Dec 19 1907      Nov 11 1997     

 

Floyd James Hill, s/o Robert B. Hill & Sena Adelaide “Addie” Parker, 1st md. Beulah May Warren, Sep 25, 1927; 2nd md. Grace _____ ; 3rd md. Pearl George

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, November 13, 1997.  Floyd Hill, 90, of Oliver Smith Road died Tuesday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral was today at 11 a.m. at Gallant Funeral Home in Fayetteville with the Rev. Milton Martin officiating.  Burial was in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Hill was retired from the Moore County Highway Department and was a member of New Hope Baptist Church.  Survivors include two stepdaughters, Helen Stone and Margaret Clemons, both of Flintville; two stepsons, Mickey Darnell of Lynchburg and Billy Joe George of Flintville; one sister, Rosie Davis of Huntsville; and one niece, Debbie Stone.

 

Hill, Beulah May          Jul 6 1907         Aug 12 1964     

 

Beulah May Warren, d/o Jesse J. Warren & Ella Florence Morring; 1st w/o Floyd James Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, August 13, 1964.  A funeral for Mrs. Beulah May Hill, 57, of Hazel Green, will be at 2 p.m. Friday in Hayes Chapel Baptist Church with Rev. Ray Plunkett officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home directing.  Mrs. Hill died unexpectedly at her residence Wednesday afternoon.  A native of Lincoln County, she was the daughter of Mrs. Ella Marr Warren and the late J. J. Warren and a member of the Hayes Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors besides her mother include her husband, Floyd Hill; five sisters, Mrs. Florence Wright, Mrs. Gladys May, both of Lincoln County, Mrs. Lucille McCullough of Shelbyville, Mrs. Maggie Williams of Tullahoma, Mrs. Martha Ashby of Madison County; two brothers, Jessie and Shelton Warren, both of Huntsville. Her body will be in the chapel of Gallant Funeral Home until time for services.

 

Hill, Patricia Ann         Feb 8 1947        Feb 12 1947     

 

d/o William Elbert Hill & Jennie Lucille Norris

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, February 11, 1947.  Infant Hill Daughter’s Funeral Set Tomorrow.  Patricia Ann Hill, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Elbert Hill, Route 1, New Market, died at the Huntsville hospital at 1 a.m. today.  Services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Bevill’s Chapel with interment in Bevill’s cemetery.  The body is at the home of the infant’s aunt, Mrs. Shirley Cantrell, 607 Oakwood Avenue.  Survivors are the parents, and four grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Norris, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill.

 

Hill, Willie R.               Feb 18 1888      Sep 4 1974       

 

s/o James Homer Hill & Elizabeth Ann “Lizzie” Stewart; h/o Monnie Lee Humphrey

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, Sept. 5, 1974. Willie Robert Hill of Madison County, Alabama, died Wednesday at his residence following an apparent heart attack.  He was 86.  Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. (Friday) at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. D. D. Cantrell and the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in the Bevill's Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge. A native of Madison County, Mr. Hill was a son of the late James and Elizabeth Stewart Hill and was a member of the Baptist Church.  Survivors include one son, Vernon Hill, of Madison.

 

Hill, Monnie Lee          Feb 22 1895      Jun 20 1960      

 

Monnie Lee Humphrey, d/o George M. Humphrey & Alice Anderson;

md. Oct 28, 1913 Willie Robert Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, June 22, 1960.  Fayetteville, Tennessee.  A funeral service for Mrs. Monie Lee Hill, 65, Lincoln community, was today at 2:30 p.m. CST at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  The Rev. Jim E. Whitt and the Rev. Dewey Cantrell officiated. Burial was in Bevill’s Chapel cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home directing.  Mrs. Hill died Monday night at her home after a long illness.  She was a native of Madison County, Alabama.  Survivors are her husband, Willie R. Hill; a son, Vernon Hill of Lincoln County; two sisters, Mrs. Pearl Campbell of Hazel Green and Mrs. Myrtle Byce of Nashville; six brothers, Will Humphrey, Herbert Humphrey and Gilbert Humphrey, all of Nashville; Ervin Humphrey of Petersburg, Tennessee, Dave Humphrey of Kelso, Tennessee, and Joe Humphrey of Huntsville; two grandchildren.

 

Hill, Melvin E.              Apr 25 1916       May 23 1944    

 

Ala. Pvt 34 Inf Div, WW II, s/o Willie Robert Hill & Monnie Lee Humphrey

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, June 12, 1944.  Pvt Melvin Hill Killed In Italy.  Private Melvin Hill was killed May 23 in action in Italy.  The 28 year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Willie R. Hill, Route 4, Fayetteville, had been in service approximately three years.  He was sent to Italy in January of this year.  It is believed that Private Hill was killed in the battle for Rome, because his parents received a letter from him last Monday, dated two days previous to his death, in which he stated he was "in the front lines."  Melvin served in the 34th Infantry Division during World War II.

 

Hill, Virgil Owen          Feb 14 1926      Feb 27 1969     

 

s/o John Joe Hill & Eunice Henderson, md. Lucille Billions Jun 3, 1946

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, March 1, 1969.  A funeral for Virgil Owens Hill, 43, of Hazel Green, was to be at 2 p.m. today in Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Joe Wayne Plunkett and the Rev. Odie Hunter officiating.  Burial was scheduled in the church cemetery, with Gallant Funeral Home directing.  Mr. Hill died Thursday at Crestwood Hospital after a long illness.  A native of Madison County, Mr. Hill was a veteran of World War II and an employee of the City of Huntsville.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lillian Hill; a son, Dicky Ray Hill; three brothers, Herbert Hill of Taft, Tennessee, Murphy Hill of Flintville, Tennessee, and Readus Hill of Hazel Green; two sisters, Mrs. Alverine Campbell of New Market; Mrs. Helen Steelman of Omaha, Neb.; two stepsisters, Mrs. Earline Mikel of Atalla  and Mrs. Ozella Hicks of Whitfield, Ind.; and a stepmother, Mrs. Lela Hill of Hazel Green.  Pallbearers will be Clyde Slayton, T. B. York, J. B. Slayton, Albert Posey, Raymond Campbell and Harold Harbin.

 

Hill, Lillian B.               Aug 9 1927                   

 

Lillian Billions, d/o Lonnie Billions & Myrtle Gainer; w/o Virgil Owen Hill

 

Hill, Dolphus L.            Feb 14 1892      May 5 1974      

 

Adolphus Lee Hill, s/o James Homer Hill and Elizabeth Ann “Lizzie” Stewart,

md. Cora Lee Jones Feb 28, 1923

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, May 7, 1974.  Doffis Hill of the Bevill's Chapel community died Sunday night at his residence following an apparent heart attack.  He was 83 years old.  Services were conducted this afternoon in the Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton and the Rev. I. D. Broadwell officiating.  Burial was in the Bevill's Chapel Cemetery, in Madison County, Alabama, with the Gallant Funeral Home of Fayetteville in charge of arrangements.  Mr. Hill was a native of Madison County and a veteran of World War I.   Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Cora Lee Jones Hill, four daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Platt, Mrs. Atlas Tucker, and Mrs. Veleria Driggers, all of Hazel Green, Alabama, Mrs. Christine Phillips, Taft; brother, Willie R. Hill, Lincoln County; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

 

Hill, Cora L.                 Feb 10 1905      May 7 2001      

 

Cora Lee Jones. d/o Fletcher Bell “Flet” Jones & Martha Elizabeth “Lizzie” Jones;

w/o Adolphus Lee Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, May 8, 2001.  Hazel Green.  Cora Hill, 96, died Monday at her home. The funeral will be Wednesday at 3 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating. Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.   Mrs. Hill was a member of Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church and was preceded in death by her husband, Dolphus Hill; and one daughter, Atlas Tucker.  Survivors include three daughters, Evelyn Louise Platt and Veleria Driggers, both of Hazel Green, and Christine Phillips of Taft, Tennessee; and six grandchildren, three step-grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren, six great-step-grandchildren, eight great-great-grandchildren and two great-great-step-grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Hill, Benton J.              1902     Aug 31 1986     

 

Benton Junior Hill, s/o William L. Hill & Mary Alice “Sallie” Rozelle; h/o Minnie Bell Bankston

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, August 1986.  Benton J. Hill, 84, of Hazel Green, Alabama, died Sunday night in Huntsville Hospital of an apparent heart attack.   Services were conducted Tuesday afternoon by Bruce Webster at Gallant-Riverview Funeral Home.  Burial was in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Madison County, Alabama.  Mr. Hill was a native of Madison County, Alabama, a son of the late Willie and Alice Rozell Hill.  He was a member of Antioch Church of Christ for more than 30 years.    Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Minnie Bell Bankston Hill; two daughters, Mrs. Arvie Nobles of New Market, Alabama, and Mrs. Sue Hapeman of Fort Lauderdale, Florida,, seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

 

Hill, Minnie Bell           1907     1991    

 

Minnie Bell Bankston, d/o James H. “Jim” Bankston & Lula Bell Manley;

md. Jan 21, 1927 Benton J. Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, September 15, 1991.  Hazel Green.  Mrs. Minnie Bell Hill, 84, of Manley Road died Friday at a local hospital.  The funeral will be today at 2 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home with L. E. Wright officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include two daughters, Arvie Nobles of New Market and Sue Hapeman of Virginia; three brothers, Marion Bankston of Huntsville, Hubbard Bankston of Dallas, Ga., and Bobby Bankston of Chicago, Ill.; a sister, Eileen Chapman of Columbia, Tennessee; seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

 

Hill, Reedus                 Jan 8 1920        Jun 16 1986      

 

s/o John Joe Hill & Eunice Henderson, served in US Army WW II, h/o Virginia Bell Brady

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, June 18, 1986.  Reedus Hill, 66, of Manley Road, Hazel Green, died Monday at his residence.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at the Bevel's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial was to be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant-Riverview Funeral Home in charge.  Mr. Hill was a security guard at Redstone Arsenal.  Survivors include his wife, Virginia Brady Hill; his step-mother Lela Hill of Hazel Green; four daughters, Betty Miles and Patricia Raines, both of Huntsville, and Anita Britton and Renee Hill, both of Hazel Green; two sisters, Alverine Satterfield of New Market, and Helen Stillman of Meridianville; seven grandchildren and five step-grandchildren.

 

Hill, Virginia B.                        Jan 30 1928                  

 

Virginia Bell “Jennie” Brady, d/o Archie D. Brady Sr. & Flossie Lue Slayton, md. Reedus Hill

Oct 22, 1944

 

Hill, Ollie                     May 25 1894     Mar 14 1979     

 

s/o William L. & Mary Alice “Sallie” Rozelle; h/o Zethel Dessie Hopkins

 

Published in The Elk Valley Times and Observer, Thursday, May 15, 1979.  Ollie Hill, owner and operator of Hill’s Grocery Store on Huntsville Highway, died Wednesday at Lincoln County Hospital following a long illness.  He was 84.  Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Higgins Funeral Home in Fayetteville, with the Rev. Don Shultz and the Rev. Charles Jones officiating.  Burial will be in Bevels Chapel Cemetery.  A Madison County native, Mr. Hill was a member of the Primitive Baptist Church.  He owned and operated Hill’s Grocery Store for 35 years.  His wife, Mrs. Dessie Hopkins Hill, died last May.  Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Frances Fly, Pulaski; Mrs. Virginia Wyman, Sarasota, Florida, and Mrs. Edith Summers, Lincoln County; seven sons, Leonard Hill, Clifford Hill, Clarence Hill, Leland Hill, Edward Hill, Phillip Hill and Goodrich Hill, all of Lincoln County; 26 grandchildren; 29 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.

 

Hill, Dessie                   Jul 16 1902        May 6 1978      

 

Zethel Dessie Hopkins, d/o Odis Bedford Hopkins & Frances W. “Fannie” Walker;

md. Ollie Hill May 14, 1916

 

Mrs. Dessie Hopkins Hill of the Harmony Hill community died Saturday morning in the Lincoln County Hospital following a brief illness.  She was 75 years old and the wife of Ollie Hill, who survives.   Services were Sunday afternoon at Higgins Funeral Home with the Rev. Collins Walker of Fairfield, Alabama, officiating.  Burial was in the Bevels Chapel Cemetery in the Stateline community.  A native of Lincoln County, she was the daughter of the late O. B. and Fannie Walker Hopkins.  Mrs. Hill was a member of the Primitive Baptist Church.   Survivors, in addition to her husband, are seven sons, Leonard, Clifford, Clarence, Leland, Edward, Goodrich and Phillip Hill, all of Lincoln County; three daughters, Mrs. Frances Fly of Pulaski, Mrs. Virginia Wyman of Sarasota, Florida,; and Mrs. Edith Summers of Lincoln County; two sisters, Mrs. Albert Quick of Elora, and Mrs. Lena Graves of Lincoln County; 26 grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.

 

Hill, Vernon                 Dec 22 1921      Jan 9 1992       

 

s/o Willie Robert H. & Monnie Lee Humphrey; md Thelma Lucille Burdett Oct 21, 1944

 

Published in The Huntsville Times.  Funeral services were held Jan. 11 in the chapel of Gallant Funeral Home for Vernon Hill of Shelbyville, who died Thursday in the Bedford County General Hospital.  He was 70.  The Rev. Isaac McDuffie officiated.  Burial followed in the Bevill's Chapel Cemetery in Madison County, Alabama.  A native of Madison County, he was the son of the late Willie R. and Monie Lee Humphrey Hill.  He was a retired welder for Martin Industries in Huntsville, Alabama, and a member of the Faith Baptist Church in Shelbyville.  Survivors include his wife, Thelma Lucille Burdett Hill of Shelbyville; two daughters, Linda Stone of Lynchburg and Brenda Scroggins of Shelbyville; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

 

Hill, Thelma B.                         Jul 29 1924                   

 

Thelma Lucille Burdett, d/o George Burdett & Lena Jackson; w/o Vernon Hill

 

Hill, Murphy Randall    Nov 17 1946                 

 

s/o Murphy Hill & Delma Doris Haynes; 1st md. Dianne B. Pigg; 2nd md. Wanda Gail Martin

 

Hill, Dianne B.             Nov 8 1947        Feb 20 1986     

 

Dianne B. Pigg, d/o Walter Pigg & Alberta McBride, md. Murphy Randall Hill Nov 19, 1963

 

Dianne Hill, 38, of Greenville Pike, near Hazel Green, Alabama, died at her residence last Thursday.  The funeral was Monday at Gallant-Riverview Funeral Home.  The Rev. Billy Howard and the Rev. Elliff officiated and burial was in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Madison County, Alabama.  A native of Madison County, Alabama, Mrs. Hill was a daughter of the late Walter and Alberta McBride Pigg.  She was  a member of the Baptist Church.  Survivors include her husband, Randall Hill; a daughter, Miss Sandra Hill of Hazel Green; two sons, Randy Hill and John Hill, both of Hazel Green; four sisters, Mrs. Agness Elliff of Toney, Alabama, Mrs. Inez Miller of Huntsville, Mrs. Margie Owens of Madison, Alabama, and Mrs. Wanda Hicks of New Market, Alabama, five brothers, Bradley Pigg of Madison, Alabama, and Edward Pigg, David Pigg, Robert Pigg and Jackie Pigg, all of Huntsville, Alabama, and a grandchild.

 

Hill, Murphy                 Aug 8 1922        Sep 9 1972       

 

s/o John Joe Hill & Eunice Henderson, md. Delma Doris Haynes Dec 19, 1945

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, September 11, 1972.  Fayetteville, Tennessee.  A funeral for Murphy Hill, 50, of the Bevill's Chapel community, who died Saturday at a Huntsville, Alabama, hospital, was to be today at 2 p.m. at the Community Bible Church with the Rev. J. D. Cobb and the Rev. Dewey Cantrell officiating.  Burial was to be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Mr. Hill was a native of Lincoln County and a veteran of World War II.  He was a retired chemical operator with the Oland Chemical Corp.  He was an elder of the Community Bible Church.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Delma Haynes Hill; a daughter, Vicki Hill; two sons, Randal Hill and Jimmy Hill, all of Madison County, Alabama, two sisters, Mrs. Alverene Campbell of New Market, Alabama, and Mrs. Helen Steelman of Flintville, Tennessee; two brothers, Hurbert Hill and Reedus Hill, both of Hazel Green, Alabama.

 

Hill, Delma H.              Apr 7 1925                   

 

Delma Doris Haynes, d/o Vineyard E. Haynes & Josie Mae Buchanan; w/o Murphy Hill

 

Hill, John J.                 Nov 8 1886        Aug 17 1961     

 

John Joe Hill, s/o James Homer Hill & Elizabeth Ann “Lizzie” Stewart, 1st md. Eunice Henderson Jun 18, 1913; 2nd md. Lela Georgia Billions, Jan 20, 1934

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, August 18, 1961.  A funeral for John Joe Hill, 73, retired farmer of Hazel Green, will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with Rev. Dewey Cantrell and Rev. A. L. Hudson officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.  He died Thursday night at his home following a long illness.  A native of Madison County, he was the son of the late Jim and Elizabeth Stewart Hill.  Survivors include his widow, Lela Billions Hill; two daughters, Mrs. Alvarene Campbell of New Market and Helen Steelman of Omaha, Neb.; four sons, Herbert Hill, Reedus Hill, Murphy Hill and Virgil Hill, all of Madison County; two sisters, Mrs. Mae Tucker of Lincoln County, and Mrs. Flora Norris of New Market; three brothers, Willie Hill, Dolphus Hill and Ray Hill, all of Madison County; 17 grand-children and three great-grandchildren.   Active pallbearers will be Deavion Jones, Clyde Shelton, A. C. Posey, Tom Harbin, Harold Carlisle and T. B. York. 

 

Hill, Eunice                  Mar 29 1886      Feb 2 1931       

 

d/o Drury Perry “Drew” Henderson & Mary Elizabeth “Molly” Pruitt; 1st  wife of John Joe Hill

 

Hill, Lela Georgia        Sep 14 1906      Jan 9 1990       

 

Lela Georgia Billions, d/o Lonnie Billions & Myrtle Gaynor; 2nd w/o John Joe Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, January 11, 1990.  Hazel Green.  Mrs. Lela Hill, 84, of 111 Manley Road, Hazel Green, died Tuesday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be Friday at 1 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home with the Rev. Toney Billions officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include two daughters, Ozella Hicks of Wheatsville, Ind., and Earline Mikle of Attalla; two brothers, L. B. Billions of Huntsville and J. D. Billions of Ardmore; three sisters, Mag Berryhill of Taft, Tennessee, Lillian Hill of Hazel Green and Gladys Biles of Toney; five grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.

 

Hill, Herman                Feb 11 1922      Nov 27 1995     

 

s/o Robert M. Hill & Sena Adelaide Parker, Sgt Army, WW II Korea-Vietnam; 1st md. Edna Buryl Atchley Apr 10, 1944; 2nd md. Fay Gunter Mar 11, 1967

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, November 29, 1995.  Herman Hill, 73, of Jones Road, Hazel Green, died Monday at Parkview Nursing Home.  The funeral will be Thursday at 1 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green with the Rev. Bobby Eads and the Rev. Leslie Sharp officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Hill, a native of Madison County, was a retired Army veteran.  He was also a retired postal carrier and a member of the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include his wife, Fay Hill; three daughters, Regina H. Helton of Hazel Green, Linda Vaughn of Huntsville and Peggy White of Snellville, Ga.; three stepsons, Donald Donovan and Michael Donovan, both of Hazel Green, and David Donovan of New Market, a sister, Rose Davis of Bay Minette; a brother, Floyd Hill of Flintville, Tennessee; and nine grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Hill, Fay                       Jan 24 1934                   Fay Gunter, 2nd w/o Herman Hill

 

Hill, Walter                  Nov 27 1904      May 10 1990    

 

Walter Edward Hill, s/o Robert B. Hill & Sena Adelaide Parker, md. Beulah Ann Kilpatrick Aug 5, 1923

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, May 12, 1990.  Walter Hill, 85, 206 Borderline Road, Hazel Green, died Thursday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Benny Berry and the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include a daughter, Louise Hill of Hazel Green; three brothers, Elbert Hill of New Market, Floyd Hill of Flintville, Tennessee, and Herman Hill of Huntsville; and a sister, Rosie Davis of Huntsville.  Visitation will be from 3 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Hill, Beulah Ann          1903     Dec-72 

 

Beulah Ann Kilpatrick, d/o James P. and Florence Kilpatrick; w/o Walter Edward Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, December 1972.  Mrs. Beulah Ann Kilpatrick Hill of the Bevill's Chapel community died at her residence Saturday after a long illness. She was 69 years old, the wife of Walter Hill who survives.  Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon in the Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton and the Rev. Joe Wayne Plunkett officiating.  Burial was in the church cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.  Mrs. Hill was a native of Lincoln County and a member of the Baptist Church.  Survivors other than her husband include a daughter, Miss Louise Hill of Madison County, Alabama; a brother, Andy Kilpatrick of New Market, and a half sister, Miss Devonia Kilpatrick of Gurley, Alabama. 

 

Hill, William Elbert "Rabbit"    Aug 14 1910      Sep 28 1993     

 

s/o Robert B. Hill & Sena Adelaide Parker, Tec 5 Army WW II, 1st md. Jeannette “Jenny” Lucille Norris; 2nd md. Bessie Campbell, d/o John Willie Campbell & Martha Elizabeth Lizzie” Cagle

 

Published in The Huntsville Times.  New Market.  William Elbert "Rabbit" Hill, 83, a resident of Old Limestone Road, New Market, Alabama, died Tuesday at Medical Center Hospital.  Funeral services were held Thursday at Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating, with interment in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.  Gallant Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.  Mr. Hill, a native of Madison County, was a farmer, retired truck driver for the Madison County Commission, veteran of World War II and a member of Bevill's Chapel Baptist church.   Survivors include his wife, Bessie Campbell Hill; a sister, Rosie Davis of Huntsville; two brothers, Herman Hill of Huntsville and Floyd Hill of Flintville, Tennessee; and several nieces and nephews.

 

Hill, Jennie L.             Nov 11 1913      Jan 27 1983      

 

Jeanette Lucille “Jenny” Norris, d/o William Robert & Dora Ann Williamson Norris,

md. William Elbert “Rabbit” Hill Nov 22, 1936

 

Published in The Huntsville Times Friday, January, 28, 1983.  Funeral services for Mrs. Jennie Lucille Hill, age 69, of Greenville Pike near Hazel Green, Alabama, who died at her residence Thursday,  were conducted Saturday afternoon in the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home with Rev. Buddy Jones and Rev. Dewey Cantrell officiating. Burial was in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery in Madison County, Alabama.  She was a native of Madison County, a member of the Baptist Church, and daughter of the late William Robert and Dora Ann Williamson Norris. She is survived by her husband, Mr. Elbert Hill of Hazel Green, Alabama; two sisters, Mrs. Lillie Jones of Hazel Green, Alabama and Mrs. Kittie Davis of Fayetteville, Tennessee. 

 

Hill, Wm. Flemon         Dec 30 1914      Apr 29 1982      

 

s/o William L. Hill & Edith “Ede” B. Manley; md. Lillian Hunt Feb 8, 1941

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, May 1, 1982.  William Flemon Hill, 67, of Manley Road, Madison County, died Thursday at a Huntsville hospital.  A graveside service was to be today at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with the Rev. Odie Hunter officiating.  Gallant Funeral Home was in charge.  Mr. Hill was a retired truck driver with the Madison County Road Department.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lillian Hunt Hill; a daughter, Mrs. Jewel Dean Anderson of New Market, a half-brother, Benton Hill of Hazel Green; and three grandchildren.

 

Published in The Elk Valley Times, Wednesday, May 5, 1982.  William Flemon Hill, retired truck drive for the Madison County Road Department, of Hazel Green, died Thursday in Huntsville Hospital.  He was 67.  Graveside services were held Saturday afternoon at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Madison County, Alabama.  The Rev. Odie Hunter officiated and Gallant Funeral Home was in charge.  He was a native of Madison County, Alabama, son of the late Willie Ede Manley Hill.  Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Lillian Hunt Hill, Hazel Green; a daughter, Mrs. Jewel Dean Anderson of New Market, Alabama; a brother, Benton Hill of Hazel Green; three grandchildren.

 

Hill, Lillian H.               Apr 15 1922       Feb 13 1991     

 

d/o Joe A. Hunt Jr. & Caroline L. “Carrie” Campbell; w/o William Flemon Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, February 14, 1991.  Mrs. Lillian H. Hill, 68, of 292 Manley Road, Hazel Green, died Wednesday at her residence.  The funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home with the Rev. Odie Hunter officiating. Burial will be in the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include a daughter, Jewel Dean Anderson of Hazel Green; five sisters, Florence Webel and Helen Johnson, both of Toney, Alice Bankston of Chicago and Josie Lee Roberts and Mablean Langford, both of Hazel Green; a brother, Lawrence Hunt of Tennessee; and three grandchildren.

 

Hill, Herbert Alvin        Nov 24 1917      May 22 1977    

 

s/o John Joe Hill & Eunice Henderson, h/o Mauvareen Stafford

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, May 24, 1977.  Herbert Alvin Hill, 59, of Bobo, died Sunday at Huntsville Hospital.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home.  Burial was to be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  The Rev. Odie Hunter was to officiate.  Mr. Hill was a veteran of World War II and a native of Madison County.  He was a retired farmer.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mauvareen Stafford Hill; two daughters, Mrs. Patsy Warren of Hopkinsville, Ky., and Mrs. Judy Gregg of Huntsville; a son, Herbert Steven Hill of Taft, Tennessee; two sisters, Mrs. Alvarene Satterfield of New Market, and Mrs. Helen Steelman of Hazel Green; a brother, Reedus Hill of Hazel Green; step-mother Mrs. Lela Hill of Hazel Green; four grandchildren.

 

Hill, Mauvareen S.       Jun 5 1925                   

 

Mauvareen Stafford, d/o William Arthur Stafford & Annie Mae Elders, w/o Herbert Alvin Hill

 

Hill, Herbert Steven     Feb 19 1956      Apr 2 1983       

 

s/o Herbert Alvin Hill & Mauvareen Stafford, h/o Mona Flynt

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, April 7, 1983. Odessa, Florida.  Steve Hill, 27, of Odessa, formerly of Hazel Green, Alabama, died Monday in Odessa.  The funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Higgins Funeral Home in Fayetteville, Tennessee, with the Rev. Drake Kimbrell officiating.  Burial will be in the Bevel’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mona Flynt Hill; a daughter, Miss Amanda Suzanne Hill of Odessa; his mother, Mrs. Maureen Stafford Gregory of Hazel Green; and two sisters, Mrs. Patsy Warren of Kentucky, and Mrs. Judy Gregg of Huntsville.

 

Hodge, Henry J.           1902     1941     1st h/o Leona M. ___

 

Hodge, Leona M.         1904                

 

1st md. Henry J. Hodge; md. 2nd Mr. Love

 

Hovis, Gary A.              May 29 1956     Jul 14 1998        h/o Judy Carol Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, July 17, 1998.  Gary Albert Hovis, 42, died Wednesday at his home.  The graveside service will be today at 11 a.m. at Bevel's Chapel Cemetery with the Rev. Charles Jones and Paul Gibbs officiating.  Spry Funeral Home will be in charge of burial.  Mr. Hovis, a native of Madison County, worked for the Harvest-Monrovia Water Authority and was a member of Harvest Baptist Church.  Survivors include one stepdaughter, Tamela Gibbs of Huntsville; one stepson, Richard Gregg, Jr. of Madison; his parents, Albert and Lula Hovis of Madison; one sister, Myra Dupree of Harvest; and three step-grandchildren. Visitation will be today from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Hovis, Judy G.              Jan 25 1948       Sep 9 1997       

 

Judy Carol Hill, d/o Herbert Alvin Hill & Mauvareen Stafford,1st md. Richard Gregg;

2nd md. Gary A. Hovis

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, September 10, 1997.  Madison.  Mrs. Judy Gregg Hovis, 49, of Madison died Tuesday at her home.  The funeral will be Thursday at 1 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Sammy Brister officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Hovis was a native of Huntsville and a hairdresser.  Survivors include her husband, Gary Hovis; one daughter, Tamela Gibbs of Huntsville; one son, Richard Gregg II of Madison; her mother, Mauvareen Hill of Hazel Green; one sister, Patsy Warren of Hopkinsville, Ky., and two grandchildren.  Memorial donations may be made to the Huntsville Hospital Foundation in memory of Judy Hovis. 

 

Howard, Barbara Kay Feb 3 1937        Aug 10 2004     

 

d/o Claude Elbert Buckner & Tellie W. ____ ; md. ____ Howard

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, August 11, 2004.  Born February 3, 1937, died August 10, 2004.  Barbara Kay Howard of Hazel Green died Tuesday.  She was 67.  She was a secretary for Teledyne Brown and was a member of the Baptist faith. She was preceded in death by her brother, Don Buckner.  She is survived by her children, Sandra Thompson and John H. Howard; grandchildren, Brittany and Brandon Thompson and Brandi and Bradley Howard; and one nephew.  Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Hazel Green Funeral Home.  Graveside services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.

 

Hunter, Henry S.          Sep 2 1919        Dec 17 1992     

 

Henry Smith Hunter, s/o Odie Henry Hunter & Verna H. Cole; md. Mattie Elizabeth Worsham

Sep 4, 1943

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, December 18, 1992.  Smith Hunter, 73, of 232 Greenville Pike, New Market, died Thursday at a Lynchburg, Tennessee, nursing home.  The funeral will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green with the Rev. Curtis Eason and the Rev. Benny Berry officiating. Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Hunter, a native of Lincoln County, Tennessee, was a retired farmer.  He was a member and deacon at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include his wife, Mattie Elizabeth Hunter; two sons, Roger Hunter of Huntsville and Rayford Hunter of New Market; a sister Mablene York of Hazel Green; two brothers, the Rev. Odie Hunter of New Market and Cecil Hunter of Huntsville; and five grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Hunter, Mattie E. W.     Jan 29 1922                  

 

Mattie Elizabeth Worsham, d/o Asa Thomas “AC” Worsham & Ola Dee Miles,

w/o Henry Smith Hunter

 

Hutton, Rose Jeanette "Jan" Apr 4 1958           Aug 29 2002     

 

Rose Jeanette “Jan” Daye, d/o Phillip M. Daye, Sr. & Anna Jane Puckett

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, August 31, 2002.  Rose Jeanette Daye Hutton, 44, of New Market died Thursday.  Survivors include her mother, Anna Jane Puckett of Huntsville; stepfather, Norman Puckett of Huntsville; father, Phillip M. Daye, Sr. of Scottsboro; daughter, Deborah Jeanette Underwood of Huntsville; brother, Phillip M. Daye, Jr. of Kelso, Tennessee; two sisters, Mary Annette Dye of Huntsville and Sandra Gail Daye of Scottsboro; special friend, Danny Dye; and two grandchildren.  The graveside service will be at 11 a.m. today at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery with Rev. Frank Betterton officiating.  Memorials may be made to Bevill’s Cemetery, c/o Paul Wilson, 616 Everett Jones Rd., Hazel Green, 35750.

 

Isbell, Zack V.              Dec 28 1904      May 7 1968      

 

Zack Victor Herbert Isbell, s/o Reuben Isbell & Emma Bell Sneed, md. Mary Lorene Williams

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, May 9, 1968.  A funeral for Zack V. Isbell, 63, of 143 Wood St., Harvey, Ill., will be at 3 p.m. Friday at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Howard McGehee and the Rev. Joe Plunkett officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with the Spry Funeral Home in charge.  Mr. Isbell died Tuesday at Harvey, Ill.  The body will arrive tonight in Huntsville.

 

Isbell, Charles V.         Dec 23 1930      May 15 1983    

 

Charles Victor Isbell, s/o Zack Victor Herbert Isbell & Mary Lorene Williams; h/o Marquita M. Smart

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, May 16, 1983.  Charles Victor Isbell, 52, of Fayetteville, Tennessee, died Sunday at Huntsville Hospital.  Funeral arrangements will be announced by Spry Funeral Home.  Mr. Isbell was a native of Madison County.  He has been employed with civil service for 31 years as a refrigeration and air condition mechanic.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Marquita Isbell; a son, Mark Isbell of Fayetteville; two daughters, Mrs. Janet Gardner and Mrs. Sharon Quick, both of Fayetteville; his mother, Mrs. Lorene Isbell of Huntsville; five sisters, Mrs. Ethel Ashby of Hazel Green, Mrs. Mildred Mills and Mrs. Marlene Smith, both of Huntsville, Mrs. Libby Chasteen of Tuscumbia and Mrs. Sandra Johnson of Birmingham; and three grandchildren.  In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.

 

Isbell, Marquita M.       Feb 21 1937                 

 

Marquita M. Smart, w/o Charles Victor Isbell; stepdaughter of Frank Emerson

 

Isbell, Lunza A.            Mar 27 1902      May 28 1972    

 

Lunza Andrew Isbell, s/o Andrew Jackson “AJ” Isbell & Rosetta Jane “Etta” Poole,

h/o Pearl Marie Rush

 

Isbell, Pearl M.            Mar 15 1898      Oct 10 1992     

 

Pearl Marie Rush, w/o Lunza Andrew Isbell

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, October 12, 1992.  Mrs. Marie Isbell, 94, of Seminole Drive, died Saturday at a local hospital.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green with Charles Hammonds officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Isbell, a native of Lincoln County, Tennessee, was a housewife and a member of Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include a son, Albert Jackson Isbell of Arab; two daughters, Delza Searls of Columbus, Ohio and Elsie Captola Scott of Tuscumbia; and 15 grandchildren.  Visitation will be Tuesday from 4 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Isbell, Spurgeon Ray   Sep 6 1925        Oct 14 1931     

 

s/o Lunza Andrew Isbell & Pearl Marie Rush

 

Published in The Huntsville Daily Times, Thursday, October 15, 1931.  Isbell’s Young Son Dies At Hospital.  Spurgeon Ray Isbell, six-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lunza Isbell, Huntsville, Route 2, died at the Huntsville hospital at 7:30 o’clock last night after a month’s illness.  Besides his parents, he is survived by two brothers, Robert Fay and Albert Jackson Isbell.  Funeral services were conducted from Bevel chapel at 3 o’clock this afternoon, the Rev. J. T. Wicks officiating.  Burial was in Bevel cemetery with Womack in charge.

 

Isbell, Robert Fay        Oct 4 1927        Aug 19 1992     

 

s/o Lunza Andrew Isbell & Pearl Marie Rush; md. Bobbie Sue Sanders

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, August 22, 1992.  Robert Fay Isbell, 64, of Topeka, Kan., formerly of Madison County, Alabama, died Wednesday in Topeka.  The funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green, Alabama, in charge.  Mr. Isbell was retired from the Postal Service and the Army.  He was a Mason, member of the Scottish Rite and the Arab Shrine Temple in Topeka.  Survivors include his wife, Bobbie Sue Sanders Isbell; four sons, Dan Isbell of Bartlett, Tennessee, David Isbell of Blue Springs, Mo., Stephen Isbell of Topeka and Andy Isbell of Olathe, Kan.; two sisters, Delza Scarles of Columbus, Ohio and Captola Scott of Tuscumbia, Alabama; a brother, Albert J. Isbell, of Joppa, Alabama; and four grandchildren.

 

Isbell, Jack                  Mar 1 1930        Sep 16 2002     

 

Albert Jackson Isbell, s/o Lunza Andrew Isbell & Pearl Marie Rush; md. Ruby Lee Foster

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, September 19, 2002.  Jack Isbell of Hazel Green died Monday.  He was 72.  No visitation is scheduled.  A graveside service will be held at 1 p.m. on Friday at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green in charge of arrangements.

 

Isbell, Ruby Lee           Apr 11 1931       Dec 10 2000      Ruby Lee Foster, w/o Albert                                                        Jackson “Jack” Isbell

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, December 12, 2000.  Ruby Lee Isbell, 69, died Sunday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home chapel in Hazel Green with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include her husband, Albert Isbell; one daughter, Janet Landers of California; two sons, Jim Landers of California and Mark Landers of Scotland; two sisters, JoAnn Nichols of Louisville, Kentucky., and Alice Welch of Evening Shade, Arkansas; three brothers, Luther Foster and Doug Foster, both of California, and Lester Foster of Newport, Arkansas; and three grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Keel, Rosa                   1904     1924    

 

d/o John P. and Mary Lou Anderson Williamson, md. ______ Keel

 

Key, Anna W.               Aug 24 1893      Dec 27 1928     

 

Connected to Williamson family somehow, per Gloria Walker Baker

 

Key, Oscar F.               Mar 6 1918        Mar 7 1925       

 

Key, Jerry Lee             Jun 2 1944        Jun 23 1944      

 

Kimbrough, Joe Fuller Oct 11 1918      Oct 6 1992        h/o Agatha Gail W. ____

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, October 7, 1992.  Joe Fuller Kimbrough, 73, of 2515 Larry St., died Tuesday at his residence.  The funeral will be Thursday at 1 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home with the Rev. Marvin Taylor officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel  Cemetery.  Mr. Kimbrough, a native of Madison County, was a member of Maple Hill United Pentecostal Church.  Survivors include his wife, Gail Kimbrough; two sons, Don Kimbrough of Arab and Terry “Jerry” Kimbrough of Huntsville; three daughters, Patricia Nichols of Madison and Brenda Kelly and Kay Moody, both of Huntsville; a stepdaughter, Stephanie Walker; and a stepson, Ted Walker, both of Huntsville; two brothers, James “Bud” Kimbrough of Athens and Robert Kimbrough of Huntsville; two sisters, Gertie Hutchens of Gurley and Bessie Andrews of Joppa; 20 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 4 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Kimbrough, Agatha Gail W.     Sep 23 1952                 

 

md. Joe Fuller Kimbrough Mar 12, 1987

 

King, Patricia Faye      Aug 13 1946      Sep 22 2006     

 

d/o Mattie I. Smith, w/o Buford Glenn King Sr.

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, September 25, 2006.  Born August 13, 1946, died September 22, 2006.  Patricia Faye King, 60, of Huntsville died Friday. Patricia is survived by her son, Buford Glenn King Jr. and wife, Lavina; two granddaughters, Jessica L. King and Janeica N. Middleton; one brother, Bobby C. Smith; and two sisters, Francis Miller and Doris Krigier; mother, Mattie I. Smith. Funeral services will be at noon today at Berryhill Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Shelby Gurley officiating. Interment will be at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Hospice Family Cares Foundation. 

 

Knox, Gus S.                Aug 12 1893      Feb 21 1952     

 

Gustavius S. Knox, s/o John Knox & Sarah Crabtree; 1st. md. Willie Edna Minatree Campbell Norris Jul 31, 1917; 2nd md. Virees Ricketts Jul 5, 1934

 

Published in The Huntsville Times Friday, February 22, 1952.  Funeral Sunday for Gus Knox, 59.  Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. from the Bevill’s Chapel church for Gus Knox, 59, who died suddenly yesterday afternoon at the Huntsville hospital from a heart attack.  The Rev. Dewey Cantrell and Rev. Andy Largen will officiate.  Burial will be in the church cemetery, with Wilson funeral home of Fayetteville in charge.  Mr. Knox is survived by the widow, Mrs. Virees Ricketts Knox; two sons, Robert of Loop, Texas, and Carl at home. Active pallbearers will be Clyde Slayton, Woodrow Manley, Robert Tate, Dudley Clark, E. C. Kenney Jr., and Reed Stringer.  Mr. Knox was a resident of Route 2, Flintville, Tennessee, and was employed by the Board of County Commissioners, District 1 in Madison County

 

            Published in Lincoln County News, Thursday, February 28, 1952.  Funeral services for Gus S. Knox, 59, of Flintville community were held at 2 p.m. Sunday at Bevels Chapel church.  R. A. Largen and the Rev. Dewey Cantrell officiated.  Burial was in the church cemetery.  Mr. Knox, employee of the Madison County, Alabama, highway department, died last Thursday afternoon after a short illness.  He was a native of Lincoln County, son of John and Sarah Crabtree Knox.  He formerly engaged in farming in Lincoln County.  Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Vireace Ricketts Knox; two sons, Robert Knox of Loop, Texas, and Carl Knox of Madison County, Alabama; two sisters, Mrs. Nora Pitt of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, and Mrs. J. R. Carter of Fayetteville; two brothers, Sam Knox of Crowell, Texas, and Houston Knox of Faxon, Tennessee. 

 

Land, Lola                   Jan 27 1949       Jan 6 2007       

 

d/o Woodrow Wilson Wright & Lelia Cole Alverson; md. Bobby Joe Land Jan 24, 1966

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Monday, January 8, 2007.  Died January 6, 2007.  Lola Faye Land, 57, of Hazel Green passed away Saturday in New Market. She was a native of Morgan County and was soon to be a great-grandmother.  Mrs. Land is survived by a daughter, Regina Mullins; a son, Kevin Hendren; three grandchildren, Samantha Key, Brian Stogner and Michael Hendren; three sisters, Ola Mae Morrow, Shirley Deal and Ruth Stapler; and two brothers, Frank and Robert Wright.  Visitation with the family will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Hazel Green Funeral Home.  Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the funeral home chapel with the Rev. Todd Alverson officiating.  Burial will follow in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery. 

 

Lanier, Kittie Pearl      Apr 12 1917       Jun 30 1939      

 

Kitty Pearl Stewart, d/o Luther Morgan Stewart & Annie Eliza Norris;

md. Jan 29, 1933 Henry Edward Lanier

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, July 2, 1939.  Mrs. Kitty Pearl Lanier, 22, who was born in Madison County but had lived in Birmingham a number of years, died at the Hillman Hospital, Birmingham, at 4 o'clock Friday afternoon, following a major operation. She was the wife of Henry Edward Lanier, and the daughter of Mrs. Annie Stewart, Route 2, Flintville.  Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Bevel's Chapel, with Rev. Roy Stone officiating. Burial followed in the cemetery there, with Laughlin-Service in charge of arrangements.  Surviving besides the husband and mother are one daughter, Katherine Lanier, at home; one son, Thomas Edward Lanier and one step-son, Johnny Lanier, both at home; and three sisters, Miss Mildred Stewart and Miss Inez Stewart, both of Route 2, Flintville, and Mrs. Andy Wolverton, of Old Hickory, Tennessee.  Pallbearers at the funeral included Marshall Byrd, Ted and Bill Tucker, J. B. Broad, William Key and Andy Wolverton. 

 

Lasater, James S.        Dec 1 1912        Nov 30 1990     

 

James Sanford Lasater, s/o Samuel Arch Lasater & Jessie Wilkerson; md. Gladys Clark

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, December 1, 1990.  James S. Lasater, 78, 2912 Battle Drive, Huntsville, died Friday at his residence.  The funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Revs. David Carpenter and Shelby Gurley officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green in charge.  Mr. Lasater was retired from Martin Industries and a member of Northside Baptist Church.  Survivors include his wife, Gladys Clark Lasater; a daughter, Evelyn Forbus of Scottsboro; two sons, Earl Lasater and Vernon Lasater, both of Hazel Green; a sister, Maggie Cothren of Hazel Green; two brothers, Leslie Lasater of Elkmont and Carl Lasater of Winston-Salem, N.C.; seven grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. 

 

Lasater, Gladys C.       Mar 3 1913        Dec 18 2005     

 

Gladys Clark, d/o David Thomas & Addie Hill Clark; w/o James Sanford Lasater

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Tuesday December 20, 2005.  Died December 18, 2005.  Gladys C. Lasater, 92, of Hazel Green passed away Sunday at the Donalson Care Center.  Mrs. Lasater was a native of Arkansas.  She was the daughter of the late David Clark and the late Addie Hill Clark.  She was a housewife and a member of the Northside Baptist Church in Huntsville.  Survivors include one daughter, Evelyn Forbus of Woodville; two sons, Vernon Lasater and wife, Dorothy, and Earl Lasater and wife, Ovie of Hazel Green; seven grandchildren, Teresa Harris, Nelda Sharp, Ralph Lasater, Danny Forbus, Sherry Tunstill, Sharon Cook, and Tammie Forbus; seven great-grandchildren and seven great-great-grandchildren.  Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today in the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert Sharp and the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will follow in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.

 

            Courtesy of Gallant Funeral Home. Funeral services for Mrs. Gladys Lasater, age 92, of Hazel Green, AL, who passed away Sunday, December 18, 2005 in Donalson Care Center, will be conducted Tuesday, December 20, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. in the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home with Rev. Robert Sharp & Rev. Benny Berry officiating. Burial will follow in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Lasater was a native of Arkansas, daughter of the late David & Addie Hill Clark, a housewife and a member of the Northside Baptist Church in Huntsville, AL. Survivors include one daughter, Evelyn Forbus of Woodville, AL; two sons, Vernon & Dorothy Lasater, Earl & Ovie Lasater all of Hazel Green, AL; seven grandchildren, Teresa Harris, Nelda Sharp, Ralph Lasater, Danny Forbus, Sherry Tunstill, Sharon Cook, Tammie Forbus; seven great-grandchildren & seven great-great-grandchildren. Visitation with the family will be Monday evening from 5 until 8 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home.

 

Manley, John W.          Dec 26 1931      Dec 10 1998     

 

s/o Finis Walter Manley & Birdie Mae Satterfield, SSgt Air Force, md. Mary Jayne ______

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Huntsville, Alabama, December 11, 1998.  Ardmore, Alabama.  John William Manley, 66, died Thursday at a Fayetteville, Tennessee, nursing home. The funeral will be Saturday at 1 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home chapel.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Manley was a native of Madison County and a retired Air Force veteran of the Korean and Vietnam wars.  Survivors include his wife, Mary Jane Manley of Ardmore, Alabama; one son, Jimmy Manley of Athens; three stepsons, Numa Latham of Lacey's Springs, Michael Latham and Andrew Albis, both of Huntsville; his mother, Birdie May Manley of Huntsville; one sister, Doris Camper of Huntsville; and six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Visitation will be Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Manley, Mary Jayne    Aug 7 1942        Jun 8 2000       

 

Mary Jayne _____ w/o John William Manley

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, June 10, 2000. Mary Jayne Manley, 57, died Thursday at a local nursing home.  The funeral will be Sunday at 1 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Eric Brown officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Manley was a native of Pinson and a lifelong resident of Huntsville.  She was retired from Chrysler.  Survivors include four sons, Numa Latham of Lacey's Spring, Michael Latham of New Market, Andrew Alvis of Ardmore, and Jim Manley of Athens; one daughter, Sonia Latham of Lacey's Spring; one sister, Monejean Klueger of Huntsville; two brothers, Carroll Early of Montgomery and Earl Armstrong of Birmingham; and six grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Manley, Finis W.          Jan 12 1900       Dec 25 1976     

 

s/o William Hutchinson “Hutch” Manley & Louise Caroline Henderson; h/o Birdie Mae Satterfield

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, Dec 26, 1976.  Finis W. Manley, 76, of Rt. 1, Hazel Green, died Saturday at Huntsville Hospital.  Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Rainey's Funeral Home of Ardmore, Tennessee.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Birdie M. Manley; two daughters, Mrs. Louise Gregory and Mrs. Doris Camper, both of Huntsville; a son, John W. Manley of Nashville; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.  The body will remain at the funeral home until the funeral.

 

Manley, Birdie M.        Apr 29 1908       Jan 8 2003       

 

Birdie Mae Satterfield, d/o John Cyrus Satterfield & Ida Blanche Bryant,

md. Finis Walter Manley Apr 7, 1925

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Friday, January 10, 2003.  Born April 29, 1908, died January 8, 2003.  Funeral services for Mrs. Birdie Mae Manley, 94, of Huntsville, who passed away Wednesday at her residence, will be conducted at 1 p.m. Saturday in the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home with Rev. Carey Johnson officiating.  Burial will follow in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery. Visitation with the family will be from 5 until 8 p.m. today at the Gallant Funeral Home.  Mrs. Manley was a native of Lincoln County, Tennessee, daughter of the late John Cyrus Satterfield and the late Ida Blanche Bryant. She was a resident of Presbyterian Apartments for 25 years, a housewife, a member of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 176, and the Methodist Church.  She is survived by her daughter, Doris Camper of Huntsville; one sister, Pauline Throneberry of Fayetteville, Tennessee; seven grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren and several great-great-grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Finis Walker Manley in 1976; one daughter, Louise Gregory in 1997; one son, John Manley in 1998; two sisters, Lena and Lucille Satterfield; and two brothers, J. B. Satterfield and Clifton Satterfield.  In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Southern Care Hospice, 3322 Memorial Parkway SW, Huntsville, Alabama.

 

            Courtesy of Gallant Funeral Home.  Funeral services for Mrs. Birdie Mae Manley, age 94, who died Wednesday, January 8, 2003 at her residence, will be held Saturday, January 11, 2003 at 1:00 P.M. in the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home with Rev. Carey Johnson officiating.  Burial will follow in Bevills Chapel Cemetery. Mrs. Manley was a native of Lincoln County, TN, resident of Presbyterian Apartments for 25 years, a housewife, a member of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 176 and a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors include her daughter Doris Camper of Huntsville, AL, sister Pauline Throneberry of Fayetteville, TN, seven grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and several great-great-grandchildren.  She was preceded in death by her husband Finis Walker Manley in 1976, daughter Louise Gregory in 1997, son John Manley in 1998, two sisters Lena & Lucille Satterfield, two brothers J. B. Satterfield and Clifton Satterfield.  Visitation will be Friday evening from 5 until 8 P.M. at the Gallant Funeral Home.

 

Manley, Claude Mac    Dec 10 1900      Jul 27 1982       

 

s/o Albert A. “Big Bud” Manley & Lula A. Bullard; WWII, Army Pvt., md. Ninnie Elsie Tucker

Dec 25, 1930 (Ninnie later married Charley Neil Barley)

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, July 28, 1982.  Claude Mac Manley, 81, of Dogwood Section Road, Hazel Green, died Tuesday at his residence.  The funeral will be Thursday at 10 a.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home chapel in Fayetteville, Tennessee, with Rev. Ralph Moyers officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Audrey Lemmons of Toney; a son, W. G. Manley of Hazel Green; two brothers, G. E. Manley of Hazel Green and Brouglen Manley of Nashville; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

 

Manley, Margaret        Dec 3 1926        Apr 10 2003       Margaret Brazier, w/o W. G. Manley

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, April 11, 2003.  Margaret M. Brazier of Hazel Green passed away Thursday.  She was 76.  Survivors include her husband, W. G. Manley; children, Elaine Mitchell, Gary Brazier Sr. of Georgia, Billy Brazier, James Brazier, Waymond Manley and Sherry Sanders, 14 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren; 12 brothers and sisters; and several nieces and nephews.  Service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green with burial in Bevill’s Chapel cemetery.  Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Mayes, Lucille Nancy   Dec 10 1915      Jan 23 2003      

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday January 24, 2003.  Lucille Nancy Mayes, 87, of Huntsville, died Thursday.  Survivors include daughters, Brenda Price of Huntsville and Virginia Ann Jones of Charleston, S.C.; sons, Charles W. Price of Lacey’s Spring, Anthony Earl Price and Edward Donald Price of Huntsville.  Laughlin Service Funeral Home was in charge of funeral arrangements.

 

McAllister, Shanna Lee           Aug 29 1977      Nov 18 1983     

 

d/o Robert William McAllister & Janice Lee Stewart

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, November 20, 1983.  Miss Shanna Lee McAllister, 6, of 920 Boles Road in Hazel Green, died Friday at a Birmingham hospital.  The funeral will be today at 2 p.m. at Bethsada Baptist Church with the Rev. Buddy Jones officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Spry Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include her mother, Mrs. Janice McAllister; her father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Roger McAllister of Park City, Tennessee; two half-sisters, Miss Shelly McAllister and Miss Amanda McAllister, both of Park City, Tennessee; a step-brother, David Britton of Hazel Green; her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Stewart and Mrs. Lavon McAllister, all of Hazel Green; and her great-grandmother, Mrs. Myrtle Reynolds of Hazel Green.  The body will lie in state at the church 30 minutes prior to the funeral. 

 

McAllister, Damon Jennings    May 30 1976     Jun 1 1976       

 

s/o Robert William McAllister & Janice Lee Stewart

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, June 3, 1976.  Damon Jennings McAllister, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger McAllister, of Rt. 1, Taft, Tennessee, died Tuesday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery, with Spry Funeral Home in charge.  The Rev. Sammy Gilbreath was to officiate.  Survivors, in addition to the parents, include his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James McAllister of Taft, and Mr. Lawrence Stewart of Flintville, Tennessee; and his great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Reynolds and Mrs. Ella McAllister, all of Taft. 

 

McDougal, Elmer         Aug 23 1915      Dec 11 1980     

 

s/o Harrison Cepheus “Ceif” McDougal & Mary Ella Campbell; h/o Ruth Hunter

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, December 13, 1980.  Elmer Floyd McDougal, 65, of the Bevill’s Chapel community, died Thursday at his residence.  The funeral was to be 2 p.m. today in the Bevill’s Chapel Church with the Revs. Thomas Britton, J. E. Whitt and Leslie Sharp officiating.  Burial was to be in the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ruth Hunter McDougal; three daughters, Mrs. Joan Britton of the Bevill’s Chapel community, Mrs. Vickie Gautney of Hazel Green, and Mrs. Sonya Brown of New Market; three sons, Don McDougal of Ardmore, Tennessee, Jackie McDougal and Dwayne McDougal, both of Hazel Green; four sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Hubert of New Market, Mrs. Agnes Pierce and Mrs. Reba Campbell of Hazel Green, and Mrs. Macie Cobb of Park City, Tennessee; and three brothers, Carl McDougal of Hazel Green, and Elvie McDougal and Horace McDougal, both of Hammond, Ind.  The body will lie in state one hour before service.

 

McDougal, Ruth           Feb 6 1916        Dec 22 2000     

 

Ruth Hunter, d/o Luther Hunter & Evie Story, md. Elmer Floyd McDougal

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, December 24, 2000.  Hazel Green.  Ruth McDougal, 84, died Friday at a local hospital.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home with the Rev. Odie Hunter and the Rev. Roger Britton officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. McDougal was a native of Lincoln County, Tennessee, a homemaker and a member of Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Elmer McDougal.  Survivors include three daughters, Joan Britton-Bentley, Vickie Gautney Smith and Sonya Brown, all of Hazel Green; three sons, Don McDougal of Ardmore, Tennessee, Jackie McDougal of New Market and Dwain McDougal of Hazel Green; two sisters, Elizabeth Towry of Fayetteville, Tennessee, and Lucille Kilpatrick of St. Petersburg, Florida,; one brother, Edward Hunter of Flintville, Tennessee; and 12 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.  Visitation will be Monday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

McDougal, H. C.           Mar 3 1890        Mar 19 1975     

 

Harrison Cephus "Ceif" McDougal, s/o David J. & Virena E. McDougal, h/o Mary Ella Campbell

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, March 20, 1975.  Flintville, Tennessee.  Lister McDougall, 85, of Flintville, Tennessee, died Wednesday at his residence.  The funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery, Gallant Funeral Home in charge. The Rev. Leslie Sharp will officiate.  Survivors include his wife, Ella McDougall; four daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Hubert of Hazel Green, Mrs. Macy Cobb of Athens and Mrs. Agnes Pearce and Mrs. Reba Campbell, both of Flintville; four sons, Elmer McDougall, Carl McDougall and Elvin McDougal, all of Lynnville (Flintville?), Tennessee,  Horace McDougall, of Valparaiso, Indiana; 25 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren.

 

McDougal, Ella            Apr 18 1894       Apr 4 1979       

 

Mary Ella Campbell, d/o Thomas Abram “Eke” Campbell & Alice J. Stewart;

md. Harrison Cepheus McDougal Jan 2, 1910

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, April 4, 1979.  Fayetteville, Tennessee.  Mrs. Mary Ella McDougal, 84, of Fayetteville, died Wednesday at Crestwood Hospital.  The funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  The Rev. Leslie Sharp and the Rev. Thomas Britton will officiate.  Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Hubert of New market, Mrs. Macie Cobb of Fayetteville, and Mrs. Agnes Pierce and Mrs. Reba Campbell, both of Flintville, Tennessee; four sons, Elmer McDougal of Hazel Green, Carl McDougal of Flintville, Elvie McDougal of Hammond, Ind., and Hollis McDougal of Valparaiso, Ind.; two sisters, Mrs. Odell Murdock and Mrs. Carrie Hunt, both of Hazel Green; 25 grandchildren; 49 great grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.

 

Published in The Elk Valley Times and Observer, Thursday, April 5, 1979.  Mrs. Mary Ella McDougal of the Bevill’s Chapel community died Wednesday morning in the Crestwood Hospital in Huntsville.  She was 84 years old and the widow of Harrison C. McDougal, who died in 1975.  Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church, with the Rev. Leslie Sharp and the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery, with Gallant Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements.  A native of Madison County, Alabama, she was the daughter of the late Thomas Alex and Mary Alice Stewart Campbell and was a member of the Baptist Church.  Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Hubert, New Market, Alabama, Mrs. Macie Cobb, Fayetteville, and Mrs. Agnes Pierce and Mrs. Reba Campbell, both of Flintville; four sons, Elmer McDougal, Hazel Green, Alabama; Carl McDougal, Flintville, Elvie McDougal, Hammond, Ind., and Horace McDougal, Valparaiso, Ind.; two sisters, Mrs. Odell Murdock and Mrs. Carrie Hunt, both of Hazel Green, 25 grandchildren, 49 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandchild.

 

McDougal, Melvin Carl            Nov 27 1918      Mar 11 1986     

 

s/o Harrison Cepheus “Ceif” McDougal & Mary Ella Campbell; md. Aug 11, 1939

Ellen Alice Pierce (buried at Valhalla Cemetery), d/o William H. Pierce & Ada Belle Britton

 

Courtesy of Laughlin-Service Funeral Home.  Melvin Carl McDougal, 67, of 283 Jones Road, Hazel Green, died Tuesday (March 11, 1986) at a local hospital.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at Laughlin-Service Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Leslie Sharp officiating.  Burial was to be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include a son, Eddie McDougal of Huntsville; two daughters, Sandra Neely and Brenda Locker, both of Huntsville; three sisters, Macie Cobb of Tennessee and Agnes Pierce and Reba Campbell, both of Hazel Green; two brothers, Elvie McDougal and Horace McDougal, both of Indiana; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

 

McDougal, Horace W.  Jan 20 1931                  

 

s/o Harrison Cepheus “Ceif”McDougal & Mary Ella Campbell, h/o Betty J. Berry

 

McDougal, Betty J.       Apr 1 1933                   

 

d/o Melvin Curtis Berry and Nina  Cornelia Shelton, w/o Horace W. McDougal

 

McGaha, Ike                Mar 24 1893      Jul 7 1959        

 

James Isaac McGaha, h/o Carrie Rosie Bell Moss

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, July 7, 1959.  Funeral services for James Isaac McGaha, 66, of Route 2, Flintville, Tennessee, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. CST from Bevel’s Chapel, northeast of Hazel Green, with the Rev. Isaac Broadwell and the Rev. Melvin Hunter officiating.  Burial will follow in Bevel’s Cemetery.  Mr. McGaha died this morning at the Lincoln County Hospital in Fayetteville.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Carry Moss McGaha; five daughters, Mrs. Roy Pilit, Mrs. Alvis Tucker, and Mrs. Richard Gann, all of Hammond, Ind., Mrs. Ollie Payne of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. David Fisher of New Hope; three sons, Edgar McGaha of Hammond, and Homer McGaha and Marshall McGaha of Hazel Green; two sisters, Mrs. Annie Lee of Owens Cross Roads and Mrs. John Guthrie of Lewisburg, Tennessee; two brothers, Leonard McGaha of Tracy City, Tennessee, and Joe McGaha of Chicago; and 21 grandchildren.  Active pallbearers will be Clint Moss, Jim Moss, William Moss, John Guthrie, Envie Pritchett and Mack Guthrie.  Honorary pallbearers will be Math Bevill, Howard Treece, Dow Neely, Atlas Dickey, Floyd Swafford and Thomas Harbin. Laughlin-Service Funeral Home will be in charge of funeral arrangements.

 

McGaha, Carrie           Feb 13 1898      Feb 10 1990     

 

Carrie Rosie Bell Moss, d/o Lafayette “Fate” Moss & Belle Pierce; md. James Isaac McGaha

Dec 6, 1913

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, February 12, 1990.  Mrs. Carrie B. McGaha, 92, of Hazel Green, Alabama, died Saturday in Ravenna, Ohio.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Billy Britton officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green officiating.  Survivors include three sons, Roy E. McGaha of Hammond, Ind., Marshall McGaha of Mexico and Homer McGaha of Ravenna; five daughters, Laura Guess and Geraldine Row, both of Illinois, Flo Payne of Fayetteville, Tennessee, Virginia Tucker of Dutton, Alabama, and Cathlene Fisher of New Hope, Alabama; a half-brother, William Moss of New Market, Alabama; two half-sisters, Lilly Mae Coble and Fannie Phillips, both of Huntsville, Alabama; and 24 grandchildren.

 

McGaha, James Elmer May 17 1918     Jun 23 1945      

 

s/o James Isaac McGaha & Carrie Moss

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, January 16, 1949.  Body of Private McGaha Is Being Returned Home.  Mr. and Mrs. Ike McGaha, Hazel Green, have been notified that the body of their son, Pvt. James E. McGaha, who was killed in action in the Pacific theatre in June, 1945, is enroute to this country for burial, and is expected to arrive within the next few days.  Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Laughlin-Service funeral home.

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, February 22, 1949.  Funeral services for Pfc. James Elmer McGaha, U.S. Marine Corps, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. from Bevill’s chapel, near Hazel Green, with interment in the adjoining cemetery.  Full military honors will be observed.  Pallbearers and chaplain will be furnished by the American Legion Post No. 37 and a National Guard firing squad will be furnished.  Charles Lyle will be the bugler.  Pfc. McGaha was killed on Okinawa on June 23, 1945.  He enlisted in the army in April, 1936, and served in the Panama Canal Zone until 1939.  He then joined the Marine Corps and served in Germany and the South Pacific until his death.  Surviving relatives are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ike McGaha, Route 1, Hazel Green; three brothers, Edgar, Homer and Marshall; five sisters, Mrs. Clarence Norris, Mrs. Ollie Payne, Mrs. Alvis Tucker, and Frances and Geraldine McGaha. 

 

McGaha, Jim               Oct 13 1861      Aug 20 1932     

 

McHugh, Meri Beth      Feb 15 1956      Jul 2 2007        

 

d/o Alvie Gregory & Ida Louise Manley; w/o Billy Klein

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, July 04, 2007.  Born February 15, 1956, died July 2, 2007.  Meri Beth McHugh, 51, of Huntsville died Monday. Mrs. McHugh was preceded in death by her parents, Alvie and Louise Gregory, and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Manley. Survivors include her daughter, April Klein and her husband, Billy Klein, of Huntsville; grandson, Will Klein of Huntsville; sister, Judy Nichols and husband, Steven, of Wimberley, Texas; brothers, Mike Gregory of Florida, and Phillip Gregory and wife, Rose, of the Philippines; and numerous nieces and nephews. A private graveside service will be held Thursday at Bevill's Chapel Cemetery in Hazel Green. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Liz Hurley Breast Cancer Foundation, c/o Huntsville Hospital Foundation, 101 Sivley Road, Huntsville, AL 35801.

 

McKee, Grover C.        Jul 22 1884        Apr 26 1962      

 

Grover Cleveland McKee, 1st md. Lettie Knott; 2nd md. Daisy Elizabeth Bevill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, April 26, 1962.  A funeral for Grover Cleveland McKee, 78, of 1113 Bennett St., will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Mr. McKee died today at Huntsville Hospital after a long illness.  Rev. J. Otis King will officiate, and burial will be in the adjoining cemetery.  Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Daisy McKee; two sons, Calvin B. McKee and William Earl McKee, both of Huntsville; a stepson, Jesse Hodge of Huntsville; a sister, Mrs. Addie Mason of Huntsville; two brothers, Knox McKee of Ft. Smith, Ark., and Tom McKee of Huntsville; two granddaughters; and a great-granddaughter.  The body will remain at Laughlin-Service Funeral Home until time for the service.

 

            Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, April 27, 1962.   A funeral for Grover Cleveland McKee, 78, of 1113 Bennett St., who died yesterday at Huntsville Hospital, will be tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel, the Rev. J. Otis King officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery.  Mr. McKee is survived by his wife, Mrs. Daisy McKee; two sons, Calvin B. McKee and William Earl McKee; a stepson, Jesse Hodge; a sister, Mrs. Addie Mason; and two brothers, Tom McKee of Huntsville and Knox McKee of Fort Smith. Ark.  Active pallbearers will be Howard Bevill’s, Bob Bevill’s, Lloyd Johnson, Charles Grayson, George Mincher and R. L. Jennings.  Honorary pallbearers will be Dr. Robert Denton, Dr. A. L. Watson, Rev. H. E. Bell, Richard Statum, Richard Pipin, Oscar Emerson, Robert Fanning, Bill Byrom and Alton Dunlap.  The body will be at Laughlin-Service Funeral Home until the time of the service.

 

McKee, Daisy               Jun 18 1886       Jul 21 1972       

 

Daisy Elizabeth Bevill, d/o John G. Bevill & Parazada Sawyer(s); 1st md. Jesse B. Hodge Dec 25, 1905; 2nd md. Grover Cleveland McKee

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, July 23, 1972.  A funeral for Mrs. Daisy Elizabeth McKee, 86, of 1113 Bennett St., who died Friday at Big Spring Manor, will be today at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Church, the Rev. J. Otis King officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery, Spy Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include two sons, Jess Hodge and Earl McKee, both of Huntsville; two brothers, Math Bevill of Hazel Green and John Bevill of Belview, Tennessee; a sister, Mrs. Nora Jones of Eaton Park, Florida,, two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

 

McKee, Calvin B.         Nov 11 1921      Mar 7 1968       

 

s/o Grover Cleveland McKee & Daisy Elizabeth Bevill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, March 10, 1968.  A funeral for Calvin B. McKee, 46, 1113 Bennett St., will be at 2 p.m. today from the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Joe Plunkett officiating.  Burial will be in an adjoining cemetery under the direction of the Laughlin Service Funeral Home.  Mr. McKee died Thursday at the Veteran’s Hospital in Birmingham after a long illness.  He was a veteran of World War II and the Korean war.  Survivors are the mother, Mrs. Daisy McKee of Huntsville; a brother, Earl McKee; and a half-brother, Jess Hodge, both of Huntsville.  Pallbearers will be Joe Bickley, Bob Adcock, Bill Renfroe, W. E. McBride, Gorden Vann, and Randall Mullins.

 

Mearse, J. D.                Aug 17 1935      Nov 30 1987     

 

J. D. “Pimp” Mearse, s/o Henry Mearse & Mandy Belle Dye

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, December 4, 1987.  J. D. Mearse, 52, of Markham, formerly of Hazel Green, Alabama, died Monday.  The funeral will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include two daughters, Brenda Monahan of Tennessee and Lisa Lundean of Illinois; a son, James D. Mearse of Illinois; three sisters, Louise Stewart of Hazel Green, Bessie Lou Paskice of Wisconsin and Sarah Lee Brannon of Tennessee; two half-sisters, Rosie Lee Taylor and Fannie Mae Grammer, both of Tennessee two half-brothers, Shelby Caldwell of Guntersville and Eugene Durham of Michigan; and three grandchildren.

 

Medley, Infant daughter          Aug 1968          Aug 1968          d/o Mr. & Mrs. Marshall Medley

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, August 21, 1968.  A graveside funeral for the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Medley of New Market was to be today at 3 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Spry Funeral Home directing.  She died today at a Fayetteville, Tennessee, hospital shortly after birth.  She is survived by one sister, Teressa Medley; one brother, Ralph Medley; grandparents, Mrs. Lou Medley of Hazel Green and Mr. and Mrs. Lawson Brannon of Hazel Green.

 

Merrell, Barbara Ann   Feb 19 1944      Apr 19 2007      

 

d/o Harold Baker & Wilma Lee Worsham; md. Jackie Merrell Aug 19, 1960

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Friday, April 20, 2007.  Born February 19, 1944, died April 19, 2007.  Barbara Ann Merrell, 63, of Hazel Green died Thursday. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Berryhill Funeral Home. Funeral services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday in the funeral home with burial in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery. 

 

Miles, Harvey C.           Sep 23 1937      Mar 2 2008       

 

Harvey Cleon Miles, s/o Harvey Houston Miles & Jessie Myrtle Mitchell; 1st md. Margie Ann Harbin Feb 13, 1959; 2nd md. Betty Jean Hill Evans

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Tuesday, March 04, 2008.  Born September 23, 1937, died March 2, 2008.  Harvey C. Miles, 70, of Huntsville died Sunday.  He is survived by his wife, Betty Jean Miles; five sons, Johnny C., Danny M., Bruce, Clayton and Randy Miles; daughter, Penny Sexton; six sisters, Louise Sisco, Lois Tipton, Lavada Butler, Mavis Clark, Marena McClure and Melinda McLemore; three brothers, Billy, Newton and Donnie Miles; 16 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Berryhill Funeral Home. Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the funeral home chapel with the Rev. Douglas Warden officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.

 

Mills, James Arvel       Jun 24 1914       Jul 28 2006        h/o Mildred Isbell

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, July 30, 2006.  Born June 24, 1914, died July 28, 2006.  James Arvel Mills, 92, of Huntsville died Friday at a Huntsville hospital.  Mr. Mills lived most of his life in Madison County.  He retired from the Allis Chalmers Company and he attended Huntsville Holiness Church.  He is survived by his wife, Mildred Isbell Mills of Huntsville; sons, Stephen Mills and wife, Colleen of Mulvane, Kan., Rudy Mills and wife, Lois, of Meridianville, and Ronnie Mills of Michigan; brother, Lether Mills of Plevna; grandchildren, Mike, Ronald and Amanda Mills; and great-grandchildren, Joshua, Stephanie and C. J. Mills.  Arrangements are being handled by Spry Funeral Home of Huntsville, where the family will receive friends from 4 to 8 p.m. today. The funeral service will be at 11 a.m. Monday with the Rev. Rickey Holman and the Rev. David Jones officiating.  Interment will be at Bevill's Chapel Cemetery in Hazel Green.

 

Mooneyham, Thomas J.          Aug 7 1863        Jul 11 1939       

 

Thomas Jefferson Mooneyham,   s/o Anderson H. Mooneyham & Susan Mitchell; h/o Tabitha Hill

 

Published in The Lincoln County News, Thursday, July 13, 1939.  Funeral services for Thomas Mooneyham, 75, who died Monday morning at his home near Lincoln following a brief illness of pneumonia, were conducted Tuesday at the Bevels Church by Elder Morgan Walker.  Burial was in the church cemetery.  Surviving are his widow, Tabitha Hill Mooneyham; a daughter, Miss Rosie Mooneyham; a son, Dan Mooneyham; three sisters, Mrs. Margaret Medley, Mrs. D. C. Bevels and Mrs. L. Cothran of Huntsville, Alabama.

 

Mooneyham, Tobitha   Apr 18 1867       Oct 12 1940     

 

Tabitha “Bithie” Hill, d/o John J. Hill & Jane Manley, md. Thomas Jefferson Mooneyham Dec 30, 1889

 

Published in The Lincoln County News, Thursday, October 17, 1940.  Funeral services for Mrs. Tabitha Mooneyham, aged 73 years, who died Saturday at her home near Lincoln, after a few hours' illness, were conducted Sunday afternoon by the Rev. Morgan Walker and the Rev. William A. Hayes, at Bevels Chapel in Alabama, with burial there.  Mrs. Mooneyham was a member of the Baptist Church.  Her husband, Tom Mooneyham, died more than a year ago.  Surviving are a daughter, Miss Rosa Mooneyham, and a son, Dan Mooneyham, both of Lincoln community.

 

Mooneyham, John       1890     Jun 5 1937       

 

John “Johnnie” Mooneyham, s/o Thomas Jefferson Mooneyham & Tabitha “Bithie” Hill; Tn, Pvt 158 Inf., 40 Div, WW I; 1st h/o Minnie Elizabeth Sawyers

 

Published in The Lincoln County News, Thursday, June 10, 1937.  John Mooneyham, age 46, died at his home at Howell Hill Saturday morning, June 5, after an illness of several months.  Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:30 at the Bevel’s Chapel, (Alabama) with burial at Bevel’s Chapel Graveyard.  Services were held by Elders C. C. McQuiddy and Walker.  He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Lucy Sawyers Mooneyham, and two children, Lela May and Lewis.  His father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mooneyham, one brother, Dan, and one sister, Rosie.  He was a member of the Church of Christ at Howell Hill and Towry Post of the American Legion.  The Legionnaires served as pallbearers.

 

Mooneyham, Alvida Ruth        Dec 11 1931      Jul 24 1934       

 

d/o John Mooneyham & Minnie Elizabeth “Lizzie” Sawyers Mooneyham Cunningham

 

Mooneyham, Dan        1903     Jan 28 1980      

 

s/o Thomas Jefferson Mooneyham & Tabitha “Bithie” Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, January 30, 1980.  Dan Mooneyham, 77, of Fayetteville died Monday at Lincoln County Hospital.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Survivors include several nieces and nephews.

 

Mooneyham, Rosie      Aug 11 1894      Oct 13 1973     

 

Rosa “Rosie” Mooneyham, d/o Thomas Jefferson Mooneyham & Tabitha “Bithie” Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, October 14, 1973.   Miss Rosie Mooneyham, 79, of the Lincoln community, died Saturday in Lincoln County Hospital.  A funeral will be today at 2 p.m. at the Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include a brother, Dan Mooneyham of Lincoln County.

 

Myers, Jimmie Lee      Aug 29 1926      Nov 25 2007     

 

d/o William Houston Satterfield & Emma Hill; w/o Eddie Lawrence “Ed” Myers

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Monday, November 26, 2007.  Born August 29, 1926, died November 25, 2007.  Jimmie Lee Satterfield Myers, 81, of Huntsville died Sunday at her residence. Mrs. Myers retired from the Davis Hills Middle School Child Nutrition Program after 28 years of service. She is survived by her daughters, Jean Pigg and Martha McLaughlin; her sons, Larry and Terry Myers; two brothers, Leamon and Durwood Satterfield; five grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her children, Shirley Clutts, Calvin, Dewayne and Carolyn Myers. Visitation with the family will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Hazel Green Funeral Home. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the funeral home with the Rev. Benny Berry and Darryl Satterfield officiating. Burial will follow in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery. 

 

Myers, Carolyn             Mar 16 1949      Apr 3 1951       

 

d/o Eddie Lawrence Myers & Jimmie Lee Satterfield

 

Myers, Calvin               Jun 17 1945       Jan 10 1950      

 

s/o Eddie Lawrence Myers & Jimmie Lee Satterfield

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, January 22, 1950.  Rites For Myers Child Conducted Past Week.  Funeral services for William Calvin Myers, age 4, were held the past week from the Bevill’s Chapel church, with interment in the adjoining cemetery.  The child was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed L. Myers of near New Market.  Besides his parents, he is survived by three sisters, Lavender Joan, Carolyn Louise and Shirley Dianne; his grandparents, Houston Satterfield and Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Myers; several aunts and uncles.

 

Myers, Dewayne          Jul 24 1944        Nov 24 1945     

 

s/o Eddie Lawrence Myers & Jimmie Lee Satterfield

 

Norman, Penelope      Oct 13 1943      Nov 14 1991     

 

Penelope “Penny” Pagel, d/o Theodore Pagel & Elva Smith; 1st md. __ Bunnell; 2nd md. Bill Norman

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, November 15, 1991.  Mrs. Penny Bunnell Norman, 48, of Huntsville, died Thursday at her residence.  The funeral will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home with the Rev. David McMichael officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Norman, a native of Wisconsin, had lived in Huntsville for nine years. She was employed with Brentwood Realty for several years and was a member of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.  Survivors include her husband, Bill Norman; a daughter, Vicki Granados of Huntsville; a stepdaughter, Cynthia Norman of Auburn; a stepson, Andy Norman of Huntsville; a brother, Ted Pagel of Wisconsin; and a sister, Lea Heckman of Washington.  Visitation will be Saturday from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.  Memorials may be made to Hospice of Huntsville.

 

Pagel, Theodore          May 16 1909     Mar 15 1990     

 

md. 1st Elva Smith, 2nd md. Ruth ____

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, March 21, 1990.  Theodore (Ted) Pagel, 80, of Chilton, formerly of Madison County, Alabama, died Thursday in Arizona.  A graveside service will be Friday at 1 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Madison County with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating and Spry Funeral Home in charge.  Mr. Pagel was a member of the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include his wife, Ruth Pagel; two daughters, Penny Bunnell of Huntsville and Lea Heckman of Washington; a son, Theodore Pagel Jr. of Wisconsin; three brothers, John Pagel, Arnold Pagel and Herman Pagel, all of Wisconsin; a sister, Ollie Pagel of Wisconsin; 11 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

 

Pagel, Elva                  Nov 20 1912      Jan 16 1983      

 

Elva Smith, 1st w/o Theodore Pagel

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, January 17, 1983.  Mrs. Elva Pagel, 70, of 640 Bevill’s Church Road, Hazel Green, died Sunday at Medical Center Hospital.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery. Mrs. Pagel was a native of Madison County. Survivors include her husband, Ted Pagel; three daughters, Mrs. Penny Bunnell of Huntsville, Miss Elvie Pagel of Hazel Green and Mrs. Gleva Heckman of Port Angeles, Wash.; a son, Ted H. Pagel Jr. of Holstein, Wis.; three sisters, Mrs. Bessie Anderson of Fulton, Ky., Mrs. Vel Perry of Pulaski, Tennessee, and Mrs. Rebecca Waara of Santa Ana, Calif.; two brothers, Enoch Smith of Detroit, Mich., and Joseph B. Smith of Santa Ana; 11 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.  The body will be at the church one hour before the service.

 

Pagel, Elvie                 Nov 17 1930     

 

d/o Theodore Pagel & Elva Smith

 

Panzeri, Carolyn F.      Dec 14 1959      Mar 6 2000       

 

Carolyn Faye Hood, w/o Frank Panzeri

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, March 8, 2000.  Carolyn Faye Panzeri, 40, of Postwood Court died Monday at her home.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home chapel in Hazel Green with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Panzeri was a native of Louisville, Ky., and a housewife.  Survivors include her husband, Franklyn Panzeri of Madison; two daughters, Lisa Panzeri and Jennifer Panzeri, both of Madison; her mother, Gwynth Faye Hood of Vine Grove, Ky.; one stepdaughter, Angela Panzeri of Huntsville; two sisters, Katherine Meredith of Hodgenville, Ky., and Debra Mahoney of Jeffersonville, Ind.; and one brother, Ronald Hood of Valley Station, Ky.

 

Parker, Joe William Jr.            Sep 25 1955      Nov 1 1998       

 

s/o Joe William Parker Sr. & Ethel Rachel Pruitt

 

Published in the Huntsville Times, Tuesday, November 3, 1998.  Joe William Parker, Jr., 43, of Huntsville died Sunday at a local hospital.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Laughlin Service Funeral Home chapel with Chaplain Paul L. Vicalvi officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Hazel Green.  Mr. Parker was a Butler High School graduate and a member of the West Huntsville Baptist Church.  Survivors include his mother, Rachel Parker of Huntsville; two brothers, Christopher Shawn Parker and David Michael Parker, both of Huntsville; two sisters, Lori Ann Sledge of Huntsville and Carolyn Elaine Windsor of Gurley; and several nieces, nephews and great-nephews.  Visitation will be today from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Patterson, Lelia Wright            Dec 9 1926        Oct 30 1994     

 

Lelia Cole Alverson, d/o Benjamin Alverson Sr. & Leona May Nayman; md. 1st Woodrow Wilson Wright, md. 2nd George A. Patterson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, October 31, 1994.  Mrs. Lelia Wright Patterson, 67, of Lincoya Drive, died Sunday at a local hospital.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Patterson, a native of Madison County, was a former employee of K-Mart and Windham Park Nursing Home.  She was a member of Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include her husband, George A. Patterson; three daughters, Shirley Deal of Jacksonville, Florida,, Faye Land and Ola Mae Morrow, both of Hazel Green; a son, Frank Wright of New Market; a stepdaughter, Ruth Stapler of Hazel Green; two stepsons, John A. Patterson of Yuma, Ariz., and Robert Wright of Paint Rock; two sisters, Edna Britton and Betty Moore, both of Hazel Green; two brothers, Benjamin Alverson of Winchester; 10 grandchildren, 10 great-grandchildren and nine step grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Payne, Ollie W.                       Apr 27 1915       Nov 30 1991     

 

Payne, Flora D.            Sep 21 1922                 

 

Phillips, Roy Harold     Jan 26 1932       Dec 31 1992      h/o Christine Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, January 1, 1993.  Harold Phillips, 60, of Taft, died Thursday at his residence.  The funeral will be Saturday at 2 p.m.,  Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Felix Webster officiating.  Burial will be in the church cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Fayetteville, Tennessee, in charge.   Mr. Phillips, a native of Madison County, Alabama, was a farmer, a veteran and a member of the Cashpoint Baptist Church.  Survivors include his wife, Christine Hill Phillips; his mother, Ella Phillips of Jackson, Ga.; a son, Keith Phillips of Fayetteville; three brothers, Hubert Phillips, Billy Phillips and Thomas Phillips, all of Georgia; two sisters, Ruth Holman of New Market, Alabama, and Gennell Mills of Georgia; two grandchildren and two step-grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 4 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home and at the church one hour prior to the service.

 

Phillips, Christine Hill  May 5 1934                  

 

d/o Adolphus Lee "Doffis" Hill and Cora Lee Jones, md. Roy Harold Phillips Dec 22, 1951

 

Phillips, Vicki Carol     Sep 6 1956        Sep 21 1956     

 

d/o Roy Harold Phillips & Christine Hill

 

Pierce, Robert H.         May 23 1923     Dec 18 1994     

 

Robert Harden Pierce, Tec 5 Army WW II, s/o William H. Pierce and Ada Belle Britton;

h/o Agnes McDougal

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, December 20, 1994.  Robert H. Pierce, 71, of Phillips Road, Hazel Green, died Sunday at his residence.  The funeral was to be today at 1 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Leslie Sharp and the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial was to be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green in charge.  Mr. Pierce, a native of Giles County, Tennessee, was a retired chemical machine operator.  He was a veteran of World War II and a member of Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include his wife, Agnes M. Pierce; a son, Bobby Glen Pierce of Hazel Green; two sisters, Ada Will Hutton of Nashville and Rachel Griffin of Houston, Texas; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

 

Pierce, Agnes M.         Apr 26 1929                  

 

Agnes McDougal, d/o Harrison Cepheus “Ceif” McDougal and Mary Ella Campbell;

md. Robert Harden Pierce Oct 7, 1947

 

Pierce, Bobby G.         May 20 1949                

 

Robert Glenn Pierce, s/o Robert Harden Pierce & Agnes McDougal, md. Jun 2, 1967 Deborah Ann Honey, d/o Henry W. Honey & Betty A. Fears

 

Pierce, A. C.                Feb 5 1923        Apr 1 1995       

 

PFC Army WW II, s/o Joe D. Pierce & Lilly Belle Giles; h/o Debra ____

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday April 2, 1995.  Hazel Green.  A. C. Pierce, 72, of Butter & Egg Road, Hazel Green, died Saturday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be Monday at 1 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Mr. Pierce, a native of Lincoln County, Tennessee, was a roofer.  He was an Army veteran of World War II.  Survivors include his wife, Debra Pierce of Hazel Green; a daughter, Doris Durham of Huntsville; a stepdaughter, Melissa Ferguson of Hazel Green; a son, Jason Pierce of Hazel Green; a stepson, Eric Ferguson of New Market; three sisters, Jessie Posey, Flossie McKendree and Ruth Miller, all of Hazel Green; a brother, J. B. Pierce; and a granddaughter.  Visitation will be today from 1 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.  The body will be at the church an hour before the funeral.

 

Pigg, Marlee Tanner                Jan 5 2006        d/o Jeremy Pigg & Brianna Scott

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Sunday, January 8 2006.  Died January 5, 2006.  Infant Marlee Tanner Pigg of Fayetteville, Tennessee, passed away Thursday.  Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. today at the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Higgins Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

 

            Courtesy of Higgins Funeral Home.  Graveside services for infant Marlee Tanner Pigg will be conducted Sunday afternoon at 2 PM at the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Bro. Tim Britton officiating.  Survivors include her parents Jeremy & Brianna Scott Pigg of Hazel Green, maternal grandparents Deleace Scott of Fayetteville, Cleo Walden of Fayetteville, and Tim & Diane Scott of Fayetteville, paternal grandparents Jerry & Elizabeth Pigg of Hazel Green, great grandparents James and Eloise Kimbrough of Fayetteville and Great grandfather Jack Scott of Fayetteville. She was preceded in death by great grandmother Frances Scott.

 

Platt, Herbert               Dec 23 1914      Jun 10 1980       1st h/o Evelyn Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, June 12, 1980.  Herbert Platt, 66, of Bevill’s Chapel Road, died Wednesday at his residence.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial was to be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Fayetteville, Tenn., directing.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Evelyn Hill Platt; and a son, Nathan Jerome Platt of Skyline.

 

Platt, Evelyn H.            Aug 7 1924        Oct 11 2005     

 

d/o Adolphus Hill and Cora Lee Jones, md. 1st Herbert Platt, md. 2nd ____ Ferguson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Wednesday October 12, 2005.  Born August 7, 1924, died October 11, 2005.  Evelyn Hill Platt, 81, of Hazel Green passed away Tuesday. She sold produce at Farmers Market for over 50 years, and she enjoyed doing needlepoint. She is survived by her son, Nathan "Jerry" Platt and his wife, Joyce, of Woodville; two sisters, Valeria Driggers of Hazel Green, and Christine Phillips of Taft, Tennessee; four nieces; and one nephew. She was preceded in death by her husband, Herbert Platt; father, Dolphus Hill; mother, Cora Jones Hill; and sister, Atlas Tucker. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Hazel Green Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.

 

Posey, J. Thomas        1884     1947    

 

s/o William Rufus Posey & Sarah L. “Susie” Posey; 2nd h/o Mary Lou Anderson Williamson

 

Posey, Mary Lou          1877     1968    

 

Mary Lou Anderson, d/o Robert L. Anderson & Sarah E. Mabe; 1st md. John P. Williamson, s/o Alfred O. Williamson & Lucy Ann Flynt; divorced 1917; 2nd md. J. Thomas Posey

 

Published in the Huntsville Times, Thursday, January 11, 1968.  Mrs. Mary Lou Posey, 90, of Rt. 2, Flintville, Tennessee, died Wednesday night at her home.  A funeral will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Bevill’s Chapel Methodist Church, with the Rev. Joe W. Plunkett officiating.  Burial will be in the adjacent cemetery, Spry Funeral Home directing.  Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Odell Preston of Flintville, Tennessee; three sons, W. M. Williamson and N. W. Williamson, both of Hazel Green and R. L. Williamson of Fayetteville; 18 grandchildren, 45 great-grandchildren and 22 great-great-grandchildren.  Pallbearers will be Harold Harbin, Raymond Campbell, William F. Cobb, Philip Cobb, James Fowler and Jerry Hyatt.  The body will be at the residence until time of service.

 

Posey, W. Albert          Jul 9 1910         Feb 21 1991     

 

William Albert Posey, s/o William R. Posey & Eliza Sara “Liza” Hill, h/o Jessie L. Pierce

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, February 23, 1991.  Albert Posey, 80, of 423 Manley Road, Hazel Green, died Thursday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral was to be today at 3:30 at Bevill Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry and James Ashworth officiating.  Burial was to be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green officiating.  Survivors include his wife, Jessie Posey; two daughters, Helen Mayes of Huntsville and Jean Preston of Hazel Green; two sisters, Ella Ashworth of Gurley and Stacy Posey of Tennessee; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren

 

Posey, Jessie               Oct 20 1913      Feb 24 2006     

 

d/o Joe D. Pierce & Lilly Belle Giles; md. William Albert Posey Apr 26, 1931

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Sunday February 26, 2006.  Died February 24, 2006.  Funeral services for Jessie L. Posey, 92, of Hazel Green, who passed away Friday at her residence, will be conducted at 2 p.m. Monday at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry and the Rev. James Ashworth officiating.  Burial will follow in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery. Visitation with the family will be from 4 to 8 p.m. today at Gallant Funeral Home. Mrs. Posey was a native of Madison County and the daughter of the late Joe D. and Lillie Bell Guy Pierce. She was a housewife and an Avon representative for 50 years. Survivors include her daughters and sons-in-law, Charles and Helen V. Mayes of Huntsville, and Lloyd and Jean Preston of Hazel Green; granddaughters, Sherry Mayes and Terrie Preston both of Hazel Green, and Pam Bouslog of Huntsville; great-grandchildren, Shawn Casebolt, Shannon Hayes, April Balch, Nathan Barnes, Allison Bouslog, and Sarah Bouslog; sister, Ruth Miller of Hazel Green; several nieces and nephews; and a host of relatives and friends.

 

            Funeral services for Mrs. Jessie L. Posey, age 92, of Hazel Green, Alabama, who passed away Friday, February 24, 2006 at her residence, will be conducted Monday, February 27, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with Rev. Benny Berry & Rev. James Ashworth officiating.  Burial will follow in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery. Mrs. Posey was a native of Madison County, Alabama, daughter of the late Joe D. & Lillie Bell Guy Pierce, a housewife, an Avon representative for 50 years, and a member of the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church. Survivors include her daughters and sons-in-law, Charles & Helen V. Mayes of Huntsville, Alabama, Lloyd & Jean Preston of Hazel Green, Alabama; granddaughters:  Sherry Mayes, Terrie Preston both of Hazel Green, Alabama, Pam Bouslog of Huntsville, Alabama; great grandchildren:  Shawn Casebolt, Shannon Hayes, April Balch, Nathan Barnes, Allison Bouslog, Sarah Bouslog; one sister, Ruth Miller of Hazel Green, Alabama; several nieces & nephews and a host of relative and friends.  Visitation with the family will be Sunday evening from 5 until 8 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home.

 

Posey, A. C.                 Jul 25 1912        Apr 23 1976      

 

Acie Columbus Posey, s/o William R. Posey and Eliza Sara “Liza” Hill, h/o Beatrice Walker

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, April 24, 1976.  A. C. Posey, 63, of the Lincoln community, died Friday in a Huntsville, Alabama, hospital.  The funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home chapel.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Madison County, Alabama.  The Rev. Harold Benson and Rev. Don Schultz will officiate.  Mr. Posey was a native of Madison County and a member of the Baptist Church.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Beatrice Walker Posey; two sons, Roger Posey and Eddie Dean Posey, both of the Lincoln community; two sisters, Mrs. Ella Ashworth and Miss Stacey Posey of the Lincoln community, and two brothers, Ted Posey of Fayetteville and Albert Posey of Flintville.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the Heart Association.

 

            Published in The Elk Valley Times & Observer, Thursday, April 29, 1976.  A. C. Posey, a farmer of the Lincoln community, died last Friday in the Huntsville Hospital following a long illness.  He was 63 years old.  Services were Sunday afternoon in the Chapel of Gallant Funeral Home with the Rev. Harold Benson and the Rev. Don Schultz officiating.  Burial was in the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Madison County, Ala.  Mr. Posey was a native of Madison County, Ala., and a member of the Baptist Church.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Beatrice Walker Posey; two sons, Roger and Eddie Dean Posey; two sisters, Mrs. Ella Ashworth, and Miss Stacey Posey, all of the Lincoln Community; two brothers, Ted Posey of Fayetteville and Albert Posey, also of the Lincoln community; four grandchildren.

 

Posey, Beatrice           Mar 12 1915      Apr 20 2004      

 

Beatrice “Bea” Walker, d/o Noah Walker and Filena Anderson; md. Acie Columbus Posey

Apr 13, 1946

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on April 21, 2004.  Born March 12, 1915, died April 20, 2004.  Funeral services for Mrs. Beatrice "Bea" Posey, 89, of Chattanooga, Tennessee, formerly of Hazel Green, will be conducted at 1 p.m. Thursday at Higgins Funeral Home in Fayetteville, Tennessee, with the Rev. James Ashworth and the Rev. Charles Jones officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery, beside her husband, A. C. Posey. Mrs. Posey died Tuesday in East Ridge Hospital in Chattanooga, Tennessee She was a native of DeKalb County, Tennessee, and daughter of the late Noah and Filena Anderson Walker. She was a homemaker and a member of the Lincoln Baptist Church. Survivors include a son, Roger Posey and wife, Laura, of Chattanooga, Tennessee; and four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Visitation with the family will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the National Diabetes Association.

 

            Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, April 22, 2004.  Born March 12, 1915, died April 20, 2004.  Funeral services for Mrs. Beatrice “Bea” Posey, 89, of Chattanooga, Tenn., formerly of Hazel Green, were to be conducted at 1 p.m. today at Higgins Funeral Home in Fayetteville, Tenn., with the Rev. James Ashworth and the Rev. Charles Jones officiating.  Burial will be in Bevil’s Chapel Cemetery, beside her husband, A. C. Posey.  Mrs. Posey died Tuesday in East Ridge Hospital in Chattanooga, Tenn.  She was a native of DeKalb County, Tenn., and daughter of the late Noah and Filena Anderson Walker.  She was a homemaker and a member of the Lincoln Baptist Church.  Survivors include a son, Roger Posey and wife, Laura, of Chattanooga, Tenn.; and four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.  Memorial contributions may be made to the National Diabetes Association.

 

Posey, Eddie Dean      Oct 9 1949        Jun 8 2003       

 

s/o Acie Columbus Posey & Beatrice Walker

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Tuesday, June 10, 2003.  Born October 9, 1949, died June 8, 2003.  Funeral services for Eddy Dean Posey, 53, of Hazel Green were conducted at 11 a.m. today at Higgins Funeral Home with Rev. James Ashworth officiating. Burial followed in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery in Hazel Green. Mr. Posey died Sunday at his residence.

 

            Published in The Elk Valley Times, Wednesday, June 11, 2003.  Eddy Dean Posey, 53, of Mulberry Road, Hazel Green, Ala., died Sunday, June 8, 2003 at his residence.  He was an electrician, heavy equipment operator and farmer.  A native of Lincoln County, he was son of the late A. C. Posey, who died in 1976, and Beatrice Walker Posey, who survives.  He was a member of the Lincoln Baptist Church.  In addition to his mother, he is survived by one son, Richard Posey of Hazel Green, Ala.; one daughter, Angel Posey Throop of Madison, Ala.; one brother, Wilson Roger Posey of Chattanooga; and two grandchildren.  Services were conducted yesterday morning at Higgins Funeral Home with the Rev. James Ashworth officiating.  Interment followed in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Hazel Green.  Memorials may be made to the Mental Health Association of Madison County, 701 Andrew Jackson Way, NE, Huntsville, Ala., 35801.  Higgins Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

 

Preston, John P.          Feb 7 1881        Sep 4 1965        h/o Della Brown

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, September 5, 1965.  John P. Preston, 85, Rt. 1, Hazel Green, died Saturday at 7:30 a.m. at his residence after a long illness.  A funeral will be Monday at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel, with burial in the adjoining cemetery.  The body will be at the residence until the time for the service.  Survivors are the widow, Mrs. Della Brown Preston; a daughter, Mrs. Homer Jordan; two sons, Odell Preston and Oscar Preston, and 14 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren. Grandsons will be pallbearers.

 

Preston Della B.           Feb 25 1883      Jan 24 1968      

 

Della Brown, md. John P. Preston Aug 23, 1902

 

Preston, Odell              Jun 7 1905        Oct 1 1968       

 

s/o John P. Preston & Della Brown, h/o Daisy F. Williamson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, October 3, 1968.  A funeral for Odell Preston, 63, of Rt. 2, Flintville, was to be at 2 p.m. today at the Bevel’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Joe W. Plunkett officiating.  Burial was in the adjacent cemetery under the direction of the Spry Funeral Home.  Mr. Preston died Tuesday night at Lincoln County Hospital in Fayetteville, Tennessee, after a brief illness.  He was a native of Madison County and was employed by the County Board of Education.  Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Daisy Preston; two daughters, Mrs. Lois Anderson of New Albany, Ind., and Mrs. Jean Alverson of Flintville, Tennessee; a son, Lloyd Preston of Flintville Tennessee; a sister, Mrs. El Jordan of micelle; and a brother, Oscar Preston.

 

Preston, Daisy Nov 10 1907      Dec 17 1988     

 

Daisy Filena Williamson, d/o John P. & Mary Lou Anderson Williamson,

md. Odell Preston Jul 25, 1925

 

Published in the Huntsville Times, Monday, December 19, 1988.  Mrs. Daisy Fileny Preston, 81, of 214 Seminole Dr., died Sunday at her residence.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home with the Revs. James Harrell and Arnie Elliff officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Preston, a native of Giles County, Tennessee, was a member of the Third Baptist Church.  Survivors include a son, Lloyd Preston of Hazel Green; two daughters, Jean Alverson, and Lois Anderson of Jeffersonville, Ind.; a brother, Roy Williamson of Fayetteville, Tennessee; eight grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren.

 

            Published in The Huntsville News, Tuesday, December 20, 1988.  Mrs. Daisy F. Preston, 81, of 214 Seminole Ave., died Sunday.  Her funeral will be today at 1:30 p.m. in Spry Funeral Home, the Revs. James Harrell and Arnie Elliff officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  A Giles County, Tennessee, native, she was a member of the Third Baptist Church.  She is survived by her son, Lloyd Preston of Hazel Green; daughters Jean Alverson of Hazel Green and Lois Anderson of Jeffersonville, Ind.; brother, Roy Williamson of Fayetteville, Tennessee; eight grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren.

 

Preston, Levoid           Mar 15 1927      Apr 10 1928      

 

s/o Odell Preston and Daisy Williamson

 

Preston, Mary Joyce    Jan 5 1933        Nov 16 1933     

 

d/o Odell Preston and Daisy Williamson

 

Price, Ira Joseph         Jul 7 1943         Mar 22 1999      Spec 5, Army, Vietnam

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, March 25, 1999.  Ira Joe Price, 48, of Randall Circle, Athens, Alabama, died Tuesday at his home. The funeral will be Saturday at 1 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green is in charge of burial.  Mr. Price worked for Chrysler Corp.  Survivors include four sisters, Betsy Shroads, Nancy Elbertson, Pat Little and Reva Jackson, all of Ohio; one brother, Mike Price of Ohio; and a special friend, Alberta Hill of Huntsville.

 

Pruitt, Esley V.             Aug 19 1905      Feb 4 1993       

 

Esley Verble Pruitt, s/o William Henry Pruitt & Louella M. Arnold; h/o Maudie Lou   Henderson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, February 5, 1993.  Esley V. Pruitt, 87, of 1106 Woodall Circle, died Thursday at a local hospital.  A graveside service will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Bevel's Chapel Cemetery with the Rev. Ted Ethridge officiating and Spry Funeral Home in charge.  Mr. Pruitt, a native of Madison County, was a member of the Grace Baptist Church.  He was retired from Thiokol.   Survivors include a son, Billy Pruitt; six daughters, Marguerite Holt, Virginia Jones, Rachel Parker, Diane Littrell and Faye Uhlmann, all of Huntsville, and Betty Jo Mackey of Raleigh, N.C.; 19 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Pruitt, Maudie L.          Sep 30 1908      Apr 1 1989       

 

d/o William Minor Henderson & Martha Annice Sanders, md. Esley Verble Pruitt

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, April 3, 1989.  Mrs. Maudie Lou Pruitt, 80, of 1106 Woodall Circle, died Saturday at a local nursing home.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Spry Funeral Home with the Rev. Ted Ethridge officiating.  Burial will be in Bevel’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Pruitt, a native of Texas, was a member of Grace Baptist Church.  Survivors include her husband, Esley V. Pruitt; a son, Billy R. Pruitt of Huntsville; six daughters, Marguerite Holt, Virginia Jones, Rachel Parker, Diane Littrell and Faye Uhlmann, all of Huntsville, and Betty Jo Mackey of North Carolina; a sister, Alberta Fields of Lacey's Spring; 19 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 5 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.  In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made to Alzheimer’s Disease Association, 204 Greene St., 35801

 

Pruitt, Freda Mae         Oct 5 1938        Oct 15 1938     

 

d/o Esley V. Pruitt and Maudie Lou Henderson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, October 16, 1938.  Funeral  Rites Today for Pruitt's Infant   Funeral services will be held at 11 o'clock this morning for Freda Mae Pruitt, 10-day-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Pruitt, who died at the residence, 200 Race Street, at 9 o'clock yesterday morning following a brief illness of pneumonia.  The services will be held at Bevel's Chapel, with the Rev. Mr. Merrill officiating.  Burial will be made there with Poole-Farish in charge of arrangements.  The child is survived by her parents; two brothers, Billy and James Hassey Pruitt; three sisters, Marguerite, Virginia and Rachael, and her grandmother, Mrs. Ella Pruitt, of Lincoln, Tennessee.

 

Ricketts, Melissa          Jan 13 1981       Jun 30 2007      

 

d/o Paul Ricketts & Sandy Whisenant

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Tuesday, July 3, 2007.  Born January 13, 1981, died June 30, 2007.  Melissa Ricketts, 26, of Hazel Green died Saturday at her residence. She was preceded in death by her cousin, Jason Barbour, and her grandmother, Janie V. Ricketts. She is survived by her dad, Paul "Bud" Ricketts and his wife, Monty; her mom, Sandy Whisenant; her sister, Christy Ricketts; her brother, "Little Paul" Ricketts; her grandmother, Betty Dowell; along with several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. The family will receive friends at the Hazel Green Funeral Home from 5 to 9 p.m. today. The funeral will be in the funeral home chapel at 1 p.m. Wednesday with the Revs. Larry Johnson and Benny Berry officiating. Burial will follow in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery. 

 

Ricketts, Paul Clayton III          Aug 7 1987        Nov 23 2007     

 

s/o Paul Clayton Ricketts Jr. & Sandy Dowell Ricketts Whisenant

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Sunday, November 25, 2007.  Born August 7, 1987, died November 23, 2007.  Paul Clayton Ricketts III, 20, of Toney died Friday. He was preceded in death by his sister, Melissa Ricketts; cousin, Jason Barbour; and grandmother, Janie V. Ricketts. He is survived by his dad, Paul "Bud" Ricketts and wife Monty; mom, Sandy Whisenant; sister, Christy Ricketts; grandmother, Betty Dowell; and several aunts, uncle, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Visitation will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Monday at Hazel Green Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday in the funeral home with the Revs. Larry Johnson and Benny Berry officiating. Burial will follow in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery. 

 

Riggins, Janet              about 1951        Jun 13 2005      

 

d/o Willard Aaron Satterfield & Verdie Mae Thigpen; w/o Sammy Riggins

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Wednesday, June 15, 2005.  Died June 13, 2005.  Janet Riggins, 54, of Hazel Green passed away Monday at her residence. Mrs. Riggins is survived by her husband, Sammy Riggins; two daughters, Amanda R. and husband, Brian Luna, and Candace Riggins, all of Hazel Green; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Lori and Stanley Carter of Hazel Green, and Debbie and Mike McBride of San Antonio; two brothers and sisters-in-law, Daryl and Eileen Satterfield of Hazel Green, and Mike and Michelle Satterfield of New Hope; and several nieces and nephews. Visitation with the family will be from 5 to 9 p.m. today at the Gallant Funeral Home in Fayetteville, Tennessee. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Pleasant Hill Baptist Church with the Rev. Milton Martin, the Rev. Craig Clemons and the Rev. Benny Berry officiating. Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Breast Cancer Society or the American Heart Association.

 

            Funeral services for Mrs. Janet Riggins, age 54, of Hazel Green, AL, who passed away Monday, June 13, 2005 at her residence, will be conducted Thursday, June 16, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. at the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church with Rev. Milton Martin, Rev. Craig Clemons & Rev. Benny Berry officiating and Gallant Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Burial will follow in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery. Mrs. Riggins was a native of North Dakota, daughter of the late Aaron Satterfield & the late Verdie Thigpen Satterfield, a housewife, and a member of the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church. She enjoyed photography, collecting stamps, vacation bible school at church, loved music and singing and she thrilled in making others happy. Along with her parents, Mrs. Riggins is preceded in death by two brothers, Mark Satterfield and Curtis Satterfield. Survivors include her husband Sammy Riggins, two daughters, Amanda R. & Brian Luna, Candace Riggins all of Hazel Green, AL; two sisters, Lori & Stanley Carter of Hazel Green, AL, Debbie & Mike McBride of San Antonio, TX; two brothers, Daryl & Eileen Satterfield of Hazel Green, AL, Mike & Michelle Satterfield of New Hope, AL and several nieces and nephews. Visitation with the family will be Wednesday evening from 5 until 9 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home.

 

Roberts, Jocie L.          Sep 22 1936      Mar 16 2004     

 

Jocie Lee Hunt, d/o Joe A. Hunt, Jr. & Caroline L. “Carrie” Campbell; md. ____ Roberts

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Thursday, March 18, 2004.  Born September 22, 1936, died March 16, 2004.  Jocie Lee Roberts, 67, of Hazel Green died Tuesday. She is survived by her daughter, Catherine Roberts; six sons, Rickey, William, Clifford, Ronald, Steve and Mark Roberts; two sisters, Mablean Langford and Alice Bankston; her companion, James Boles; stepson, James Boles Jr.; two stepdaughters; five grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were to be at 2 p.m. today from the Hazel Green Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Odie Hunter officiating and burial in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.

 

Rosser, Patricia Gay    Jan 7 1943        Sep 2 1993       

 

d/o Dorothy Mae Neal Baldwin; w/o Chuck Rosser

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, September 3, 1993.  Mrs. Patricia Gay Rosser, 50, of Hazel Green, died Thursday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Rosser, a native of Madison County, was a housewife.  Survivors include her husband, Chuck Rosser; her mother, Dorothy Baldwin of Hazel Green; a sister, Gywnth Faye Hood of West Point, Ky.; and several nieces and nephews.  Visitation will be today from 5 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Rozell, Wilson Lee      Jul 3 1965         Jul 4 1965        

 

s/o Billy Lee Rozelle and Janice Elaine Baker

 

Salomonsky, Maurice Jr.         Feb 9 1937        Dec 8 1995        Vietnam Veteran

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, December 11, 1995.  Maurice Salomonsky Jr., 58, of Miami died Friday in Miami.  The graveside service will be Thursday at 1 p.m. with Irvin Banta officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Spry Funeral Home in charge. Survivors include a son, Michael Salomonsky of New Market; a brother, Anthony Salomonsky of Norfolk, Va., and two grandchildren.  No visitation is planned.

 

Sanders, Terry Wendell           Mar 27 1964      Sep 16 1995      md. Sherry Lynn Aug 23, 1995

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, September 18, 1995.  Terry Wendell Sanders, 31, of Toney died Saturday at his residence.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home with the Rev. Stan Mullins officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Sanders, a native of Madison County, was employed with The Huntsville Times as a pressman.  Survivors include his wife, Sherry Lynn Sanders; a son, Michael Kirkland of Tanner; a stepson, Scottie Neeley of Toney; a step-daughter, Dia Neeley of Toney; three brothers, Tommy Neely of Toney, Jimmy Neely of Owens Cross Roads and Jimmy Sanders of Huntsville; and two sisters, Kathy Kinner of Verona, Ky., and Janie Hardt of Huntsville.  Visitation will be Tuesday from 4 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Sanders, Sherry                                   w/o Terry Wendell Sanders

 

Sandifer, Billie                        Jun 4 1928        Mar 16 1997     

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, March 17, 1997.  Mrs. Billie C. Sandifer, 68, of Greenville Pike died Sunday at Rehab Center of Huntsville.  The graveside service will be Tuesday at 2:30 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Bill Phillips officiating and Gallant Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.  Mrs. Sandifer, a native of Florence, S. C., was a housewife and a member of Union Grove Church of Christ.  Survivors include two sisters, Bonnie Edwards of Huntsville and Flora E. Dilella of Jacksonville, Florida,; a niece, Darlene Vaughn of Huntsville; a nephew, Mark Alan Edwards of Wichita, Kan., and a great-niece, Amie Vaughn of Huntsville.  Memorial donations may be made to Burritt Museum & Park.  Visitation will be Tuesday from 9 a.m. until time of the funeral.

 

Satterfield, John C.      Mar 22 1875      Oct 6 1954       

 

John Cyrus Satterfield, s/o James Calvin & Ophelia J. Satterfield ; h/o Ida Blanche Bryant

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, October 6, 1954.  J. C. Satterfield Dies At Age Of  79.  Last Rites At Epworth Methodist Church Set For 2 p.m. Thursday. John Cyrus Satterfield, 79, died at his home, 616 North Kildare Avenue, at 3:30 a.m. today.  He was a member of Epworth Methodist Church. Funeral services will be held at Epworth Methodist Church Thursday at 2 p.m.  Officiating will be the Rev. John B. Haskew, the Rev. Vernon Rich and the Rev. J. Otis King.  Survivors include the wife, Mrs. Ida B. Satterfield; four daughters, Miss Lucille Satterfield, Miss Lena Satterfield and Mrs. M. Thorneberry, Huntsville, and Mrs. Finis Manley, Hazel Green; two sons, J. B. and Clifton Satterfield, Huntsville; a sister, Mrs. Harry Smith, Huntsville; a brother, Martin Satterfield, Toney; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.  Burial will be in Maple Hill Cemetery, (this is incorrect; he was buried in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery,) Laughlin-Service directing.  Active pallbearers will be Oakley Counts, Henry Osborne, Wade Lincoln, Herman Wallace, J. C. Thorneberry and Haskell DeWeese.  Serving as honorary pallbearers will be the Rev. Guy Wallace, Neal Dark, Dr. Pat Hamm, Floyd Jones, Carl McGee and the Stewards of Epworth Methodist Church.

 

Satterfield, Ida B.        Jun 16 1882       Sep 13 1962     

 

Ida Blanche Bryant, md. John Cyrus Satterfield Dec 14, 1905

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, September 14, 1962.  A funeral for Mrs. Ida Blanche Satterfield, 80, 2500 Kildare St., will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at Lincoln Memorial Baptist Church with Rev. J. Otis King officiating. Burial will follow in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Satterfield died yesterday at her home.  She was a member of the Methodist church. Survivors include four daughters, Miss Lucille Satterfield, Miss Lena Satterfield and Mrs. Pauline Throneberry, Huntsville, and Mrs. Birdie Manley, Hazel Green; two sons, Clifton Satterfield and J. B. Satterfield, Huntsville; a sister, Mrs. Myrtle Ledford, Pulaski, Tennessee; seven grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren. Active pallbearers will be Wade Lincoln, Herman Wallace, Haskel Deweese, Robert Russell, Wayne Throneberry, Buford Satterfield.  Honorary pallbearers will be Ed Yell, Carl McGee, Raymond Tucker, J. C. Woody, Aaron Satterfield, Ernest Brown, Leland Lincoln, Dr. Pat Hamm, Clifford Satterfield, John Hill, O. H. Menefee, Gordon Menefee, J. A. Travis, G. A. Stephens.  Laughlin-Service Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

 

Satterfield, Houston     Nov 23 1907      Aug 1 1964       

 

William Houston Satterfield, s/o Wm. Preston Satterfield and Ada McDougal; md. 1st Emma Hill, md. 2nd  Oct 12, 1940 Josie Mae Buchannan

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, August 3, 1964.  Fayetteville, Tennessee.  A funeral for William Houston Satterfield, 57, was to be at 2 p.m. today in the Bevill's Chapel of the Baptist Church.  Rev. Franklin Cobb and Rev. Abe Hudson officiating.  Burial was to be in the church cemetery, Gallant Funeral Home of Fayetteville directing.   Mr. Satterfield, a farmer, died in the Lincoln County Hospital Saturday after a short illness.  He was a member of the Baptist Church and a native of Limestone County.   Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Josie Mae Satterfield; a daughter, Mrs. Jimmie Lee Myers of Madison County, Alabama; two sons, Leamon Satterfield of Duluth, Minn., Durwood Satterfield of Harvey, Ill.; three brothers, Jesse Satterfield of Huntsville, Alabama, and Clifford and Herman Satterfield, both of New Market, Alabama; four stepdaughters, Mrs. Louise Sisk, Mrs. Delma Hill, both of Madison County, Mrs. Ellen Williamson of Fayetteville, Mrs. Irene Disourkia of Charleston, S. C.; nine grandchildren.

 

Satterfield, Jossie Mae            Aug 12 1902      Jul 7 1984        

 

Jossie Mae Buchannan, 1st md. Vineyard E. Haynes Dec 9, 1916; md. 2n William Houston Satterfield

 

Published in The Huntsville Times.  Mrs. Jossie Mae Satterfield, 81, of 832 Greenville Pike, Hazel Green, died Saturday  at Humana Hospital-Huntsville.  The funeral will be today at 3 p.m. at Spry Chapel with the Rev. J.D. Cobb and the Rev. Dalton Warden officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Spry Funeral Home in charge.  Mrs. Satterfield was a native and a life-long resident of Hazel Green and was a member of the Community Bible Church.  Survivors include daughters Mrs. Louise Sisk of Huntsville, Mrs. Irene Diasourakis of Charleston, S.C., Mrs. Ellen Williamson of Fayetteville, Tennessee, and Mrs. Delma Wright of Hazel Green; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Jimmie Lee Myers of Hazel Green; two stepsons, Leamon Satterfield and Durwood Satterfield, both of New Market; 22 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. 

 

Satterfield, Edgar C.    Dec 26 1900      Sep 20 1939     

 

s/o William Preston Satterfield & Ada “Addie” McDougal; md. Annie Jane Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, September 21, 1939.  Funeral services for E. C. Satterfield. 38, farmer near New Market, Alabama, who died unexpectedly at his home Wednesday morning, were conducted Thursday afternoon at the Bevels Baptist church, of which he was a member, by the Rev. Hugh Merrell.  Burial was in the church cemetery.  Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Annie Satterfield; a daughter, Miss Mildred Satterfield; two sons, Buford and Aaron Satterfield; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Satterfield, all of Hazel Green, Alabama; a sister, Miss Rena Satterfield, New Market; four brothers, Jesse Satterfield, Huntsville, Houston and Herman Satterfield, of New Market, Clifford Satterfield, Hazel Green.  Funeral arrangements were in charge of Raby funeral home.

 

Satterfield, Annie        Feb 26 1902      Apr 20 1985      

 

Annie Jane Hill, d/o Robert B. Hill & Sena Adelaide Parker, md. 1st  Edgar C. Satterfield,

Feb 13, 1921; md. 2nd Alva Alexander “Alvie” Smith

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, April 21, 1985.  Mrs. Annie Satterfield Smith, 83, of Huntsville Nursing Home, died Saturday at the nursing home.  The funeral will be Monday at 2:30 p.m. at Bevels Chapel Baptist Church in Hazel Green with the Rev. Richard Craft and the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery.  Survivors include two sons, Aaron Satterfield and Buford Satterfield, both of Hazel Green; a sister, Mrs. Rosa Davis of Huntsville; four brothers, Herman Hill and Floyd Hill, both of Tennessee, Walter Hill and Elbert Hill, both of Alabama; 13 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.

 

Satterfield, William Robert      Jun 30 1928       Sep 23 1928      Whose son?

 

Satterfield, Wilson Roger        1938     1938    

 

s/o James Grady Satterfield & Idena Jeanette Renfroe

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, October 28, 1938.  Satterfield Infant Rites Set Tomorrow.  Funeral services for Roger Wilson Satterfield, four-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Satterfield, of Flintville, Route 2, who died this afternoon at 12:30 o’clock, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o’clock.  Rites will be conducted at Bevill’s chapel, with the Rev. Merrell officiating.  Burial will follow in Bevill’s cemetery, with Poole-Farish directing.  Surviving besides the parents are one brother, Donald Satterfield; one sister, Doris Jean Satterfield; and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Satterfield, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Renfroe.

 

Satterfield, James Grady         1912     Jul 30 1939       

 

s/o William Preston Satterfield & Ada “Addie” McDougal; md. Idena Jeanette Renfroe,

d/o W. Henry & Lillie Belle ____ Renfroe

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, August 1, 1939.  Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon for J. G. Satterfield, 27, of New Market, who was injured by a falling tree Saturday. Mr. Satterfield and his brother, Herman, were cutting trees for stove wood. As a large one fell, it struck a smaller three, causing this one to hit Mr. Satterfield on the head and shoulder. He was brought to the Huntsville hospital, where he died Sunday. Funeral rites were held at Bevel's Chapel, near Fayetteville, with the Rev. Hugh Merrell officiating. Burial was made there with Raby Funeral Home of Fayetteville in charge of arrangements. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Jeanette Renfro Satterfield; a son, Donald; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Satterfield of New Market; a sister, Miss Rena Satterfield; five brothers, Edgar Satterfield, Flintville; Jesse Satterfield, Huntsville, Houston Satterfield, Hartselle, Clifford Satterfield, Hazel Green, and Herman Satterfield, New Market. Pallbearers were Jesse Sisk, Elbert Hill, Dewey Cantrell, Clyde Slayton, Dennis Gray and J. B. Satterfield.

 

Satterfield, Grady                    Mar 18 1934     

 

s/o James Grady Satterfield & Idena Jeanette Renfroe

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, March 19, 1934.  Grady Satterfield, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Satterfield, died at the residence of his parents on Pulaski Pike, Route 1.  Besides his parents, the child is survived by one sister, Doris Jean Satterfield. Funeral services were held at 12 o’clock today at Bevel Chapel.  Burial followed to Bevel Chapel cemetery with Womack in charge of arrangements.

 

Satterfield, Curtis W.   Jan 4 1958        Feb 16 1958     

 

Curtis Windell Satterfield, s/o Willard Aaron Satterfield & Verdie Mae Thigpen

 

Satterfield, Willard      Nov 6 1925        May 21 2003    

 

Willard Aaron Satterfield, s/o Edgar Curtis Satterfield & Annie Jane Hill;

1st md. Verdie Mae Thigpen; 2nd md. Dessie C.Wimberley

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on May 22, 2003.  Born November 6, 1925, died May 21, 2003.  Willard Satterfield of Hazel Green died on Wednesday. He was 77. Mr. Satterfield was a member and deacon of Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church. Mr. Satterfield is survived by his wife, Dessie C. Wimberly Satterfield; three daughters, Janet (Sammy) Riggins of Hazel Green, Debbie (Michael) McBride of San Antonio, Texas and Lori (Stanley) Carter of Hazel Green; two sons, Daryl (Eileen) Satterfield of Hazel Green, and Michael (Michelle) Satterfield of New Hope; two step-sons Don (Deanne) Wimberly of Hazel Green, and Randy (Barbara) Wimberly of Meridianville; a brother, Buford (Pearline) Satterfield; 11 grandchildren, five step-grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and two step-great-grandchildren. He is preceded in death by sons, Mark Ardell and Curtis Windell Satterfield; and his first wife, Verdie Mae Satterfield. Visitation will be from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green. The funeral service will be at 11 a.m. on Friday in the chapel with the Rev. Shelby Gurley officiating. Internment will follow at Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.

 

Satterfield, Verdie       1931     1977    

 

Verdie Mae Thigpen, d/o Robert Joshua Thigpen & Rosa Alma Staggs; 1st w/o Willard Satterfield

 

Published in August, 1977 in The Huntsville Times, Huntsville, Alabama.  Fayetteville.  Mrs. Verdie Mae Satterfield, 46, of Fayetteville, died Tuesday at the Medical Center Hospital.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Burial was to be in the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  The Rev. Thomas Britton and the Rev. Rube Berry were to officiate.   Survivors include her husband, Aaron Satterfield; three daughters, Miss Janet Satterfield, Miss Lori Satterfield, and Mrs. Deborah McBride; three sons, Daryl Satterfield, Mark Satterfield, and Michael Satterfield, all of Madison County; two sisters, Mrs. Lois Hunt of Huntsville and Mrs. Pearline Satterfield of Madison County; a brother, Robert Thigpen of Decatur; and two grandchildren.

 

Satterfield, Adie          Aug 30 1882      Nov 15 1952     

 

Ada “Addie” McDougal, w/o William Preston Satterfield, sister of Jess McDougal

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, November 16, 1952.  Mrs. Satterfield Rites Set Today.  Walnut Grove Resident, Age 70, Died Yesterday In Fayetteville Hospital.  Funeral services for Mrs. W. P. Satterfield of the Walnut Grove community will be held today at 2:30 p.m. from Bevill's chapel church east of Hazel Green.  Mrs. Satterfield, 70, died at 1:05 p.m. Saturday at the Lincoln County hospital in Fayetteville.  The Rev. L. M. Layton and the Rev. J. Vernon Rich will officiate.  Wilson funeral home of Fayetteville will be in charge of arrangements.  Surviving are four sons, Jesse Satterfield, of Huntsville, Clifford, Houston and Herman Satterfield of Walnut Grove; 18 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren; one brother, Jess McDougal of Prospect, Tennessee. Mrs. Satterfield was the former Addie McDougal.  She had been a resident of Madison County for approximately 40 years, coming here from Tennessee.

 

Satterfield, W. P.         Nov 27 1877      May 30 1950    

 

William Preston Satterfield, s/o James Calvin Satterfield & Orphelia J. _____; md. Ada McDougal

 

Satterfield, Rena         Sep 2 1903        Aug 30 1945     

 

d/o William Preston Satterfield & Ada “Addie” McDougal; md. Feb 15, 1925 R. T. Smith, s/o Jesse Thomas Smith & Elizabeth Jane “Bettie” Manley

 

Satterfield, J. C.           Oct 25 1851      Feb 14 1939      James Calvin Satterfield

md. Orphelia J.____

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, February 16, 1939.  Funeral services for James Calvin Satterfield, 86, who died Wednesday at New Market, Alabama, were conducted this afternoon at Bevill’s Chapel, by the pastor.  Burial was in the church cemetery.  He was a member of the Methodist church.  Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. May Smith, Harvest, Alabama; three sons, John C., William P., and R. M. Satterfield, all of Huntsville, Alabama, a stepson, Alvie Henderson of Taft; 19 grandchildren.  Funeral arrangements were in charge of Raby funeral home, Fayetteville.

 

Satterfield, Lucille F.   Sep 14 1906      Mar 17 2000     

 

Frances Lucille Satterfield, d/o John Cyrus Satterfield & Ida Blanche Bryant

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, March 19, 2000.  Frances Lucille Satterfield, 93, of Huntsville died Friday in Fayetteville, Tennessee.  The funeral will be today at 1:30 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home with the Rev. Ezell Esslinger officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Miss Satterfield was a native of Taft, Tennessee, and a longtime resident of Madison County.  She was a member of Wesley United Methodist Church.  Survivors include two sisters, Birdie Manley and Pauline Throneberry, both of Huntsville.

 

Satterfield, Lena R.     Oct 6 1914        Oct 10 1994     

 

Lena Ruby Satterfield, d/o John Cyrus Satterfield & Ida Blanche Bryant

 

(note: date of death on tombstone appears incorrect)

 

Published in the Huntsville Times, Sunday, October 9, 1994.  Ms. Lena R. Satterfield of Huntsville, died Saturday in Lynchburg, Tennessee.  Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Spry Funeral Home.

 

            Published in The Huntsville News, Monday, October 10, 1994.  Ruby Satterfield, 80, of Huntsville, died Saturday.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Spry Funeral Home with the Rev. Ezelle Esslinger officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  She worked in the Lincoln Mill and was retired from Huntsville Hospital.  She was a member of the Wesley Methodist Church.  She is survived by her brother, Clifton Satterfield of Huntsville; three sisters, Birdie Manley, Pauline Throneberry and Lucille Satterfield, all of Huntsville.  Visitation will be today from 3:30 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Satterfield, Rev. John B.          Oct 28 1912      Mar 28 1980     

 

John Bryant Satterfield, s/o John Cyrus Satterfield & Ida Blanche Bryant; h/o Velma Mirtle Thornton

 

Published in The Huntsville Times Saturday, March 29, 1980.  The Rev. John B. Satterfield, 67, of 3006 Sixth Ave., died Friday at Huntsville Hospital. The funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. J. Vernon Rich and the Rev. Jessie Shannon officiating. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Rainey Funeral Home in charge.    Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Velma Satterfield; two sons, Jerry Satterfield of Toney and Jack Satterfield of Houston, Texas; one brother, Clifton Satterfield of Huntsville; four sisters, Mrs. Pauline Throneberry, Mrs. Berdie Manley, Miss Lucille Satterfield and Miss Lena Satterfield, all of Huntsville; and three grandchildren.

 

Satterfield, Velma T.   Aug 25 1907      Nov 14 1990     

 

Velma Mirtle Thornton, md. John Bryant Satterfield, Feb 23, 1935

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, November 15, 1990.  Mrs. Velma Satterfield of 3006 Sixth Ave., died Wednesday at a local hospital.  The funeral will be Friday at 11 a.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Barry Cosper officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Taylor Funeral Home of Ardmore in charge.  Survivors include two sons, Jack Satterfield of Huntsville and Jerry Satterfield of Toney; two sisters, Edna Smith of Hazel Green and Ruby Nelson of Gurley; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

 

Satterfield, Jack E.      Sep 2 1942        Jan 25 2006      

 

s/o John Bryant Satterfield & Velma Mirtle Thornton

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Friday, January 27, 2006.  Born September 2, 1942, died January 25, 2006.  Jack E. Satterfield, 63, of Huntsville died Wednesday. He is survived by two sons, Patrick Satterfield and Aaron Wigley; one brother, Jerry Satterfield; and six grandchildren. Visitation will be from noon to the start of services at 2 p.m. Saturday at Hazel Green Funeral Home. The Rev. Charles Underwood will officiate.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.

 

Satterfield, Katlyn Nicole         1998     May 26 1998     d/o Jason and Carla Satterfield

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Huntsville, Alabama, Thursday, May 28, 1998.  Meridianville.  Katlyn Nicole Satterfield, 4 months old, of Patterson Road died Tuesday at a local hospital. The funeral will be Friday at 10 a.m. at graveside with Sammy Riggins and the Revs. Benny Berry and Gary Solberg officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green in charge.  Survivors include her parents, Jason and Carla Solberg Satterfield of Meridianville; a sister, Elizabeth Alanis Satterfield of Meridianville; her grandparents, Daryl Satterfield of Hazel Green, Cindy Smith of Harvest and Gary and Barbara Solberg of New Market; and her great-grandparents, Aaron Satterfield and Elizabeth Seals, both of Hazel Green, and Virginia and Nolan Smith of Meridianville.  Visitation was to be today from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Satterfield, Herman W.            May 31 1916     Dec 8 2003       

 

Herman Wilson Satterfield, s/o William Preston “Willie” Satterfield & Ada “Addie” McDougal;

h/o Norma Winona Taylor

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on December 10, 2003.  Herman W. Satterfield of New Market passed away Monday at Huntsville Hospital. He was 87.  Mr. Satterfield was a native of Madison County, and son of the late William Preston Satterfield and the late Adie McDougal Satterfield.  He was a program administrator for the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Civil Service where he retired after 35 years.  He was a member of the Woodmen of the World and a member of the Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church where he served as Elder since 1950.  Mr. Satterfield was preceded in death by his wife, Norma T. Satterfield on November 24, 2002.  Survivors include one son, Gerry Satterfield (Pamela) of New Market; three grandchildren, Troy Satterfield, Kevin Satterfield, Jennifer Bartlow; three great-grandchildren, Natalie Bartlow, Taylor Bartlow, and Alex Satterfield.  Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church with Rev. James Campbell officiating.  Gallant Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Visitation with the family will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

 

            Funeral services for Mr. Herman W. Satterfield, age 87, of Joe Quick Rd., New Market, AL, who died Monday, December 8, 2003 in Huntsville Hospital, will be held Thursday, December 11, 2003 at 2:00 p.m. at the Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church with Rev. James Campbell officiating.  Burial will follow in Bevills Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Satterfield was a native of Madison County, AL, a program administrator for the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture Civil Service where he retired after 35 years, a member of the Woodmen of the World and a member of the Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church where he was an Elder since 1950.  He was preceded in death by his wife, Norma T. Satterfield on November 24, 2002.  Survivors include one son, Gerry & Pamela Satterfield of New Market, Alabama; three grandchildren, Troy Satterfield, Kevin Satterfield and Jennifer Bartlow; three great-grandchildren, Natalie Bartlow, Taylor Bartlow and Alex Satterfield.  Visitation will be Wednesday evening from 5 until 8 p.m. at the Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church.

 

Satterfield, Norma       Aug 21 1921      Nov 24 2002     

 

Norma Winona Taylor, d/o John   Henry Taylor & Bertha Estelle Howard,

md. Herman Wilson Satterfield Nov 28, 1940

 

Published in Huntsville Times on November 26, 2002.  Norma Satterfield of New Market died Sunday. She was 81. Mrs. Satterfield, a housewife, was a member of Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Survivors include her husband, Herman Satterfield of New Market; one son and daughter-in-law, Gary and Pamela Satterfield of New Market; one sister, Frances Underwood of New Market; three grandchildren, Troy Satterfield of Flintville, Kevin Satterfield of Grant and Jennifer Bartlow of Athens; and three great-grandchildren. Funeral service was held at 2 p.m. today at Concord Cumberland Presbyterian Church with Rev. James Campbell officiating. Burial followed in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.

 

Satterfield, James B.   May 24 1922                

 

James Buford Satterfield, s/o Edgar Curtis Satterfield and Annie Jane Hill; h/o Pearline Thigpen

 

Satterfield, Pearline    Dec 4 1924        Mar 15 2005     

 

Pearline Thigpen, d/o Robert Joshua Thigpen & Rosa Alma Staggs,

md. James Buford Satterfield May 25, 1946

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on March 17, 2005.  Born December 4, 1924, died March 15, 2005.  Pearline T. Satterfield of Meridianville died Tuesday.  She was 80. Mrs. Satterfield was a member of First Baptist Church in Meridianville. She is survived by her husband, James Buford Satterfield; daughter and son-in-law, Donna and Jim Thomas; and a host of other close relatives and friends. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Hazel Green Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the funeral home chapel with Dr. Tommy Bolan, the Rev. David Hutto and the Rev. Benny Berry officiating. Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery. Her nephews will serve as pallbearers.

 

Schrimsher, Mattie Lou           1924     1996    

 

d/o Noah Watson Williamson and Levy Fowler; md. 1st Fred Tucker Dec 21, 1941,

md. 2nd Henry Nathaniel Schrimsher Jul 22, 1948

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, August 26, 1996.  Mrs. Mattie Lou Schrimsher, 72, of Hazel Green, died Sunday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Donnie Stone officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Schrimsher was a housewife and a member of the Hills Baptist Church.  Survivors include four daughters, Reba Cooper of Lexington, Ind., Shirley Sullender and Brenda Morris, both of Huntsville and Lena Howard of Fayetteville; six sons, Earl Tucker of Lexington, Henry Schrimsher Jr. of Doniphan, Mo., James Schrimsher of Williams, Ore., Dennis Schrimsher, Richard Schrimsher and Donald Schrimsher, all of Hazel Green; stepmother, Rosa Bobo of Hazel Green; five stepdaughters, Mildred Waddel and Ruth Stephens, both of Akron, Ohio, Hazel Meeks of Dearing, Mo., Rachel Freeman of Kennet, Mo., and Mary Crowder of Greenback Texas; two stepsons, Walter Schrimsher of Huntsville and Raymond Schrimsher of Maryville, Tennessee; three sisters, Dorothy Ary of Hazel Green, Jessie Mae Williamson of Scottsboro and Jetti Loveday of Meridianville; a brother, Haskel Williamson of Huntsville; 21 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Visitation will be today from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Sharit, Dixie Jean        Aug 13 1949      Sep 7 1984       

 

d/o Alvis Leamon Tucker & Virginia McGaha

 

Shores, Gene               Mar 11 1931      Mar 7 2006       

 

Eugene Shores, s/o Alvin L. Shores & Annie Brannon; h/o Wava Ann Sisk

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Friday March 10, 2006.  Born March 11, 1931, died March 7, 2006. Gene Shores of Hazel Green passed away Tuesday. He was 74. Mr. Shores attended Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by his parents, Alvin and Annie Shores; sisters, Susie Cardin, Flossie Eaton and Sadie Herron; and brothers, Robert Shores and W. B. Shores. He is survived by his wife, Wava Ann Shores; sons, Greg Shores and his wife, Debbie, and Eddie Shores; daughter and son-in-law, Pam and Matt Murphy; six grandchildren, Samantha, Greg, Lauren, Becky, Brandon and Colin; brother, Roy Shores; sisters, Kathleen Williamson and Lucille Southard; and several nieces and nephews. Visitation with the family will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the Hazel Green Funeral Home Chapel. The funeral service will be held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with Bro. Benny Berry officiating. The body will be at the church one hour prior to services. Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the American Kidney Fund, (800) 638-8299, 6110 Executive Blvd., Suite 1010; Rockville, MD 20852.

 

Shrewsbury, Mary M.   Mar 3 1917        Jul 8 2003         w/o Noel Shrewsbury

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, July 9, 2003.  Mary M. Shrewsbury of Hazel Green passed away on Tuesday.  She was 86.  Mrs. Shrewsbury was a member of the Order of Eastern Stars and was a member of the Flint River Baptist Church.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Noel Shrewsbury.  Survivors include three daughters and sons-in-law, Jane Ellen and Roger Hillis, Sarah Beth and Dan Christie, and Shelby Jean and Jim Roope; eight grandchildren, John Roope, Kim Brumfield, Jennie Stewart, Matthew and Jenda Hillis, Mary Ellen Hillis, Anna Laura Hillis, Erika Christie and Daniel Christie; four great-grandchildren, Evan Roope, Tabatha Brumfield, Joshua Brumfield and Ryan Hillis; one sister, Nelda Gore; and a host of nieces and nephews.  Visitation will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. today at Hazel Green Funeral Home.  Funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Flint River Baptist Church with Rev. Rodney Bowling officiating.  Burial will follow in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Pallbearers are Bo Stump, Seth Brewer, Allen Brewer, Ron Hillis, Shane Hillis, Rodney Hillis, Chad Griner and Josh Pollard.

 

Sisk, Wm. Ira               Apr 6 1922        May 14 1977    

 

s/o James Isaac “Jim” Sisk & Lillie Ann Smith, md. Mildred Romaine Satterfield Aug 2, 1941

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, May 16, 1977.  William Ira Sisk, 55, of the Greenville Pike Community, died Saturday at Medical Center Hospital.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Burial was to be in the adjoining cemetery, Gallant Funeral Home in charge. The Rev. Thomas Britton and the Rev. Paul Jones were to officiate.  Mr. Sisk was a retired carpenter, a native of Madison County, Alabama, and a member of  the Baptist Church.  Survivors include his wife, Mildred Satterfield Sisk; five daughters, Mrs. Wava Shores of Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Bonnie LaPier of Louisville, Miss., Miss Elaine Sisk, Miss Loretta Sisk and Miss Jolene Sisk, all of Hazel Green; a son, Roger Sisk of New Market; two sisters, Mrs. Rossie Howard of Huntsville and Mrs. Margie Meeks of New Market; four brothers, Jesse Sisk and Marvin Sisk, both of Huntsville, Melvin Sisk of Nocona, Tex., and the Rev. Manley Sisk of Ardmore, Tennessee; two half-sisters, Mrs. Annie Lou Humphrey of New Market and Mrs. Josie Campbell of Huntsville; and five grandchildren.

 

Sisk, Mildred R.           May 31 1924     Mar 20 1985     

 

Mildred Romaine Satterfield, d/o Edgar Curtis Satterfield & Annie Jane Hill, w/o William Ira Sisk

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, March 21, 1985.  Mrs. Mildred Satterfield Sisk, 60, of Route 1, Hazel Green, died Wednesday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at the Bevel’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton and the Rev. Vernon Sisk officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Riverview Funeral Home of Fayetteville, Tennessee in charge.  Survivors include five daughters, Mrs. Wava Shores and Miss Jolene Sisk, both of Hazel Green, Mrs. Elaine Worsham of New Market, Mrs. Bonnie LaPier of Mississippi and Mrs. Loretta Underwood of Athens; a son, Roger Sisk of New Market; two brothers, Aaron Satterfield and Buford Satterfield, both of Hazel Green; 12 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.

 

Slayton, Leah Beth      Sep 9 1969        Sep 10 1969     

 

d/o Henry Randall Slayton & Dean Quick

 

Slayton, Raymond      

 

Slayton, Clyde Woodrow         Apr 11 1918       May 24 1970    

 

s/o John Wm. "Pat" Slayton and Mary J. "Mollie" Warden, h/o Lucile Manley

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, May 25, 1970.  New Market.  A funeral for Clyde Woodrow Slayton, 52, of New Market, who died Sunday in a Huntsville Hospital, will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Odie Hunter and the Rev. Joe Plunkett officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home directing.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lucile Manley Slayton; two sons, Billy Slayton and Randall Slayton of Fayetteville, Tennessee; a sister, Mrs. Dave Posey of Huntsville; two brothers, J. B. Slayton of New Market and Buford Slayton of Huntsville; and three grand-children.

 

Published in The Lincoln County News, Thursday, May 28, 1970.  Funeral services for Clyde Woodrow Slayton, 52, were conducted Tuesday morning in the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  The Rev. Odie Hunter and Rev. Joe Plunket officiated, and burial was in the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.  Mr. Slayton died in the Huntsville Hospital May 24, after a long illness.  A retired heavy equipment operator he was a native of Madison County, Alabama, the son of the late Will and Mary Jane Warden Slayton.  He was a member of the Concord Presbyterian Church.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lucile Manley Slayton; two sons, Billy and Randall Slayton, both of Fayetteville; one sisters, Mrs. Dave Posey of Huntsville; two brothers, J. B. Slayton of New Market, Alabama, and Buford Slayton of Huntsville; and three grandchildren.

 

Slayton, Lucile            Oct 14 1915      Nov 9 2004       

 

d/o Henry W. Manley & Clara Belle Stewart, md. Clyde Woodrow Slayton Jun 20, 1936

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Wednesday, November 10, 2004.  Born October 14, 1915, Died November 9, 2004.  Lucile Slayton, 89, of Huntsville passed away Tuesday. The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Gallant Funeral Home in Fayetteville. Interment will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.

 

            Funeral services for Mrs. Lucile M. Slayton, age 89, of County Club Drive, Huntsville, AL, who passed away Tuesday, November 9, 2004 in Donalson Care Center, were conducted Thursday, November 11, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. in the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home with Dr. Don Russell and Rev. Benny Berry officiating. Burial followed in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Slayton was a native of Madison County, AL, daughter of the late Henry J. Manley & the late Clara Bell Stewart Manley, a housewife and a member of the Heritage Baptist Church. Along with her parents, Mrs. Slayton was preceded in death by her husband, Clyde Woodrow Slayton in 1970.  Survivors include two sons, Billy Slayton of Elora, Tennessee, Randall Slayton of Fayetteville, Tennessee; one sister, Letha Campbell Hughes of Fayetteville, TN; two brothers, Woodrow Manley of Hazel Green, AL, Jerry Toon of Fayetteville, TN; six grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.. Visitation with the family was held Wednesday evening from 5 until 8 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home.

 

Smith, Robert Lee       Feb 24 1903      Oct 21 1992      h/o Mary Gertrude Reagan

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, October 23, 1992.  Lee Smith, 89, of 633 Greenville Pike, Hazel Green, died Wednesday at his residence.  The funeral will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Church with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green in charge. Mr. Smith, a native of Madison County, was a retired carpenter and a member of Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include his wife, Gertrude Reagan Smith; two sons, Jimmy E. Smith and John T. Smith, both of Fayetteville, Tennessee; three daughters, Carolyn Landman of New Market, Doris Hoffpauir of Dallas, Texas and Lynda Price of Hazel Green; a sister, Ruby Boykin of Mobile; a brother, Alvie D. Smith of Huntsville; 16 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 4 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home and Saturday at the church one hour prior to the service.

 

Smith, Gertrude R.       Nov 28 1910      Jul 20 1998       

 

Mary Gertrude Reagan, md. Robert Lee Smith

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, July 22, 1998.  Hazel Green.  Gertrude Reagan Smith, 88, of Greenville Pike died Monday at her home. The funeral will be Thursday at 11 a.m. at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.   Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green in charge. Mrs. Smith, a native of Madison County, grew up in the Ryland Pike/Gurley area. She was a housewife and a member of Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Lee Smith.   Survivors include three daughters, Carolyn Landman of New Market, Doris Hoffpauer of Pearland, Texas, and Lynda Price of Hazel Green; two sons, Jimmy E. Smith and John Smith, both of Fayetteville; and 18 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great-grandchildren.   Visitation was to be today from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made to Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church. Her body will be at the church one hour before the funeral.

 

Smith, Robert E.          Jan 10 1931       Nov 4 1971       

 

s/o Robert Lee Smith & Mary Gertrude Reagan

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, November 7, 1971.  A funeral for Robert Earl Smith, 40, of Hammond, Ind., who died Thursday at Hammond, Ind., will be today at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Church with the Rev. C. W. Newby and the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Laughlin Service Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include a daughter, Miss Kerrie Rae Smith of Hammond, Ind.; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Smith of Hazel Green; three sisters, Mrs. Carolyn Landman and Mrs. Linda Joiner, both of Huntsville, and Mrs. Doris Hoffpauer of Texas; two brothers, Jimmy E. Smith of Hammond, Ind., and John Smith of Hazel Green.

 

Smith, J. E.                  Jan 10 1931       Nov 6 1999       

 

s/o Robert Lee Smith & Mary Gertrude Reagan

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, November 8, 1999.  Fayetteville. Jimmy Ernest Smith, 68, died Saturday at his home.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Billy Britton officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Mr. Smith was a native of Madison County, Alabama.  He was a carpenter and member of Hazel Green Baptist Church.  Survivors include two daughters, Kathy Vendl of Hammond, Indiana, and Vicki Stephens of Merrillville, Indiana; one stepdaughter, Brenda Cranfill of Hazel Green; one stepson, Ronnie Jones of Toney; three sisters, Carolyn Landman of New Market; Doris Hoffpauir of Pearland, Texas; and Linda Price of Hazel Green; one brother, John Smith of Fayetteville; a special friend, Annabelle Williams Smith of Fayetteville; and seven grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.  Visitation will be today from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home. 

 

Snyder, Anderson        Jul 28 1928        Dec 19 2007     

 

Albert Anderson Snyder, s/o Albert Snyder & Viola Snow

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Friday, December 21, 2007.  Born July 28, 1928, died December 19, 2007.  Anderson Snyder, 79, of Hazel Green died Wednesday. Visitation will be today 6 to 8 p.m. at Hazel Green Funeral Home. Funeral services will be in the chapel at 1 p.m. Friday . Burial will follow in Bevills Chapel Cemetery. 

 

Solomonsky, Maurice about 1937        Dec 8 1995

 

Published in The Huntsville Times Tuesday, December 12, 1995.  Maurice Solomonsky Jr., 58, of Miami died Friday in Miami.  The graveside service will be Thursday at 1 p.m. with Irvin Banta officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Spry Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include a son, Michael Solomonsky of New Market; a brother, Anthony Solomonsky of Norfolk, Va., and two grandchildren.  No visitation is planned.  In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Billy Joe Thrower Trust Fund, c/o SouthTrust Bank, 409 Madison St., Huntsville 35801.

 

Spindler, Frederick B. Oct 2 1926        Feb 21 1997      h/o Laura H. ____; Pvt. Army WW II

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, February 28, 1997.  The Rev. Frederick B. Spindler Sr., 70, of Waukegan died Feb. 21 in Illinois.  The graveside service will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Valhalla Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.  Mr. Spindler, a veteran of World War II, was a graduate of Bob Jones University in South Carolina.  He was a missionary in Peru and Guatemala and was pastor of Henry River Baptist Church.  He also taught in several Christian schools, including Lake County Baptist Temple in Waukegan.  Survivors include his wife, Laura Spindler; three daughters, Lois Sproule of Battle Lake, Minn., Ruth Spindler of Vienna Austria, and Debbie Shores of New Market; two sons, Fred Spindler Jr., Schaumberg, Ill., and Dan Spindler of Hinsdale, Ill.; a sister, Lillie Hoffman of Concord, N. H.; a brother, the Rev. John A Spindler of Philadelphia, Pa.; and six grandchildren

 

Spindler, Laura H.       1924                 w/o Frederick B. Spindler

 

Stanley, James Roy     Nov 15 1902      Feb 20 1983      h/o Fannie Lee Sharp

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, February 22, 1983.  James Roy Stanley, 80, of 2108 First St., died Sunday at his residence.  The funeral was to be held today at 1:30 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home chapel with the Rev. Edward Minor officiating.  Burial was to be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Fannie L. Stanley; a son, Gerald Stanley of Huntsville; five daughters, Mrs. Bernice Stewart and Mrs. Linda Campbell, both of Huntsville, Mrs. Jean Newman of North Carolina and Mrs. Frances Thompson and Mrs. Sheila Satterfield, both of Hazel Green; a sister, Mrs. Emma Lee Holt of Gurley; 23 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.

 

Stanley, Fannie Lee    Apr 10 1905       May 19 1985    

 

d/o Wm. Washington Sharp & Ellen Rich; w/o James Roy Stanley

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, May 21, 1985.  Mrs. Fannie Lee Stanley, 80, of Huntsville died Sunday at a local hospital.  The funeral was to be today at 2:30 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home chapel with Bruce Webster officiating.  Burial was to be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.   Survivors include a son, Gerald Stanley of Meridianville; five daughters, Mrs. Bernice Stewart and Mrs. Linda Campbell, both of Huntsville, Mrs. Frances Thompson of Hazel Green, Mrs. Shelia Satterfield of Toney and Mrs. Jean Newman of North Carolina; a brother, Otis Sharp of Huntsville; three sisters, Mrs. Ann Mayes and Mrs. Kate Glover, both of Huntsville, and Mrs. Bess Barnett of Texas; 19 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren.

 

Stanley, Gerald G.       Jun 17 1936       Sep 2 2007       

 

s/o James Roy Stanley & Fannie Lee Sharp; h/o Janice

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Tuesday, September 4, 2007.  Born June 17, 1936, died  September 2, 2007.  Gerald G. "Big Daddy" Stanley of Meridianville died Sunday.  He was 71. Gerald was retired from Huntsville Utilities and member of the Pleasant Spring Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife, Janice Stanley; daughter and son-in-law, Sherrie and Steve Priest; three sons and daughters-in-law, Jimmy and Kim Stanley, Jeff and Tina Stanley and Jamie and Melanie Stanley; four sister, Bernice Stewart, Frances Thompson, Linda Campbell and Sheila Satterfield; and five grandchildren. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Berryhill Funeral Home. Chapel services will be held at noon Wednesday with the Rev. Larry Fincher officiating. Interment will follow at Bevill’s Cemetery. 

 

Steakley, Joyce Ann    Oct 24 1938      Oct 25 1938     

 

d/o Jesse Laughlin Steakley & Rosa Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, October 25, 1938.  Funeral Conducted For Joyce Steakley.  Funeral services for Joyce Steakley, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Steakley, Hazel Green, who died last night at 11:30 o’clock, were held this afternoon.  Services were conducted at Bevill’s Chapel at 2 o’clock, with J. D. Carroll officiating.  Burial was in Bevill’s Chapel cemetery, with Poole-Farish directing.  Pallbearers included Carl Cantrell, Aaron Satterfield, Thurman Murdock and Roy Davis, Jr.  Surviving besides the parents are the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill, and Mrs. Allie Steakley, all of Flintville, Tennessee.

 

Steakley, Shelby Gean            Sep 1 1939        Sep 1 1939       

 

d/o Elwood & Theresa Jennings   Steakley

 

Stewart, Ben J.                        Jan 22 1883       Nov 2 1962       

 

Benjamin J. “Ben” Stewart, s/o James Calvin Stewart & Margaret Rebecca Patrick,

h/o Alta Mae Bevill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, November 2, 1962.  A funeral for Ben J. Stewart, 79, 307 Governors Drive, will be at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the West Huntsville Baptist Church with Rev. J. Vernon Rich and Rev. A. B. Van Aradale officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.   The body will be at Laughlin-Service Funeral Home until one hour before the service.  Mr. Stewart died this morning in Decatur.  He was a retired grocer, and had been a deacon of the West Huntsville Baptist Church for 30 years.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Alta M. Stewart; two daughters, Mrs. Woodrow Spray, Gadsden, and Mrs. Knox McRae, Decatur; a son, Cecil R. Stewart, Huntsville; a brother, Robert Stewart, Lincoln, Tennessee; a sister, Mrs. Polly J. Stevenson, Huntsville; eight grandchildren; six great-grandchildren.  Active pallbearers will be Willie Taylor, James Stewart, Billie Spray, Sherman Stewart, Larry McRae, Clifford Stewart.  Honorary pallbearers will be Jesse Satterfield, Rance Quick, P. C.  Wilson, Floyd Sartain, and deacons of the West Huntsville Baptist Church.

 

Stewart, Alta M.           May 30 1888     Jan 7 1963       

 

Alta Mae Bevill, d/o Edward Benjamin Stewart Sr. & C. D.; md. Benjamin J. “Ben” Stewart

Dec 24, 1907

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, January 8, 1963. A funeral for Mrs. Alta M. Stewart, 74, 2807 Governors Drive, SW, will be Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at the West Huntsville Baptist Church with Rev. J. Vernon Rich and Rev. A. B. Vanarsdale officiating. Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel cemetery. The body will be at Laughlin-Service Funeral Home chapel until one hour before the service, then will be taken to the church. Mrs. Stewart died Monday afternoon in a Decatur nursing home. She was the widow of B. J. Stewart, who died recently. A native of Madison County, she had been a member of the West Huntsville Baptist Church for about 36 years. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Woodrow Spray, Gadsden, and Mrs. Knox McRae, Decatur; a son, Cecil R. Stewart, Huntsville; a brother, Ed Bevill, Trinity, Alabama; eight grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Elmer Hill, James Bevill, Jesse Satterfield, Bobby Spray, Billy Spray and Larry McRae.

 

Stewart, Elbert E.         Sep 13 1897      Jan 30 1971      

 

Elbert Ernest Stewart, s/o William Thomas “Bill” Stewart & Anna Elizabeth Ivy

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, January 31, 1971.  Fayetteville, Tennessee.  A funeral for Elbert Ernest Stewart, 73, will be at 2 p.m. today at Bevill's Chapel Church in Madison County, Alabama with Rev. Thomas Britton and Rev. Harvey Tipton officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery with the Higgins Funeral Home directing.  Mr. Stewart died Saturday in Fayetteville.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Zenia Harris Stewart; three daughters, Nina Lee Stewart, Mrs. Rachael Wilson, and Mrs. Agnes Britton, all of Flintville; two sons, G. L. Stewart of Calumet, Ill., and Lawrence W. Stewart of Flintville; four stepdaughters, Mrs. Margie Guneau, Mrs. Edith Heflin, Mrs. Mary H. Bates, and Mrs. Vernell McPhearson, all of Shreveport, La.; a step-son, R. J. Harris of Fayetteville; four sisters, Mrs. Rosie Boyd, Mrs. Clara Scivally, Mrs. Flossie Hazelwood and Mrs. Edgie Bevill; two brothers, Gordon Stewart and Elvie Stewart; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild.

 

Stewart, Mary Lee       Dec 24 1900      Apr 25 1953      

 

Mary Lee Andrews, d/o Robert Lee Andrews & Mary Alice “Mollie” Norris;

md. Dec 19, 1917 Elbert Ernest Stewart

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, April 1953.  Funeral rites for Mrs. Mary Lee Andrews Stewart, 52, of Flintville, Tennessee, Route 2, who died Saturday at the local hospital, were conducted Sunday afternoon at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist church in Alabama.  The Rev. I. D. Broadwell officiated.  Burial was in the church cemetery with Wilson funeral home of Fayetteville directing.  Mrs. Stewart was a native of Alabama, the daughter of Mrs. R. L. Andrews and the late Mr. Andrews of Bevill's Chapel.  She was a member of the Presbyterian church.  Her death followed a brief illness.    Surviving are her husband, Elbert Stewart; three daughters, Mrs. James Wilson and Mrs. Robert Britton, both of Flintville, and Miss Nina Stewart of Bevill's Chapel; three sons, Gerlon Stewart and Wilmer Stewart, both of Flintville; Wayne Stewart of the U. S. Army in Korea; her mother, Mrs. R. L. Andrews of Bevill's Chapel; four sisters, Mrs. W. A. Bankston, Taft, Tennessee, Mrs. C. D. Neely, New Market, Alabama, Mrs. I. C. Swift, Mobile, Alabama, Miss Nellie Andrews, Flintville; a brother, John Andrews, Flintville, and two grandchildren.

 

Stewart, Arthur Lee     Aug 1 1893        Jan 8 1967       

 

s/o William Thomas Stewart & Anna Elizabeth Ivey; md. Jul 19, 1914 Lora Mattie Norris, d/o William James Norris & Nancy Jane “Nanny” Pruitt; Lora buried in Akron, Ohio

 

Stewart, Luther M.       1895     1937    

 

Luther Morgan Stewart, s/o William Thomas “Bill” Stewart & Anna Elizabeth Ivey,

h/o Annie Eliza Norris

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, November 9, 1937.  Death Claims L. M. Stewart.  Flintville Resident To Be Buried Tomorrow.  Luther M. Stewart, 42, died at his home in Flintville, Tennessee, community at 4:25 o'clock this morning.  Mr. Stewart is survived by his wife, four daughters, Mrs. Henry Lanier, Huntsville, Mrs. Andrew Wolverton, Old Hickory, Tennessee, and Mildred and Inez Stewart, at home; four brothers, Gordon, Elbert, and Elvie Stewart, all of Flintville, and Arthur Stewart, of Ohio; five sisters, Mrs. Mat Bevill, Mrs. Clara Toon, and Mrs. Flossie Jones all of Flintville, Mrs. Robert Turner, Huntsville, and Mrs. D. Boyd, Kelso.  Funeral services will be held at Bevill Chapel at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.  The Rev. J. Vernon Rich will officiate.  Burial will follow there with Womack in charge of arrangements.

 

Stewart, Annie             1892     1967    

 

Annie Eliza Norris, d/o William James Norris & Nancy “Nanny” Jane Pruitt;

md. Luther Morgan Stewart Jul 18, 1914

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, April 2, 1967.  Annie Norris Stewart, 75, of State Line Community died Friday night at the Mid-State Baptist Hospital in Nashville.  A funeral will be held today at 2 p.m. at the Bellview Baptist Church with the Rev. Horace Hammonds and the Rev. Charles Davis officiating.  Burial will be in Bellview Chapel Cemetery. ( references to Bellview should read Bevill's ).  Higgins Funeral Home is in charge of the service.  Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Henry C. Gautney of Flintville, Mrs. Andy J. Wolverton, of Nashville, Tennessee, and Mrs. Clarence Stevens of Old Hickory; three sisters, Mrs. Molly Andrews, Mrs. Laura Price, Mrs. Lola Stewart, all of Flintville; five brothers, Bob, Charlie C., John, Walter, and Dicky Norris, all of New Market; 11 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. 

 

            Published in The Lincoln County News, Thursday, April 6, 1967.  Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Norris Stewart, 75, were held at 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon at the Bevill Chapel Baptist Church by the Rev. Horace Hammonds and the Rev. Charles Davis.  Burial was in the Bevill Chapel Cemetery beside her husband, Luther M. Stewart, who died in 1937.  Higgins Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.  Mrs. Stewart, who lived in the State Line Community, died last Friday night in the Mid-State Baptist Hospital, Nashville, after a brief illness.  She was the daughter of the late William and Nancy Pruitt Norris.  She was a member of the Bevill Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Henry C. Gautney of Flintville, Mrs. Andy J. Wolverton of Nashville, and Mrs. Clarence Stevens of Old Hickory; three sisters, Mrs. Molly Andrews, Mrs. Laura Price and Mrs. Lora Stewart, all of Flintville; five brothers, Bob Norris, Charlie C. Norris, John Norris, Walter Norris, and Dickie (Buddy) Norris, all of New Market, Alabama; eleven grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren.

 

Stewart, Nina Lee        Sep 25 1918      Oct 5 1990       

 

d/o Elbert Ernest Stewart & Mary Lee Andrews

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, October 7, 1990.  New Market.  Miss Nina Stewart, 72, of 446 Roy Davis Road, New Market, died Friday at her residence.  The funeral will be today at 1:30 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home Chapel in Hazel Green with the Rev. Leslie Sharp and Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include two sisters, Rachel Wilson and Agnes Britton, both of Hazel Green; two brothers, Gerlon Stewart of New Market and Lawrence W. Stewart of Hazel Green.

 

Stewart, Gerlon           Sep 27 1922                 

 

s/o Elbert Ernest Stewart & Mary Lee Andrews, md. Louise Mearse, Feb 26 1947

 

Stewart, Louise           Dec 3 1930        Mar 22 1994     

 

Louise Mearse, d/o Henry Mearse & Mandy Belle Dye, w/o Gerlon Stewart

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, March 23, 1994.  New Market.  Mrs. Louise Stewart, 63, of Roy Davis Road, New Market, died Tuesday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Stewart, a native of Lincoln County, Tennessee, was a retired waitress and a member of the Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.   Survivors include her husband, Gerlon L. Stewart; three daughters, Reisa Mitchell of Huntsville, Judy Brown of Markham, Ill., and Brenda Cunningham of Fayetteville, Tennessee; two sisters, Sarah Brannon of Kelso, Tennessee, and Bessie Lou Paska of Chicago; and six grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 6 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Stewart, Imogene        Feb 2 1932        Mar 25 1975     

 

Imogene Roden, d/o Solon Percy Roden, Sr. & Ula Neva Sharp,

md. Lawrence Wilmer Stewart Dec 30, 1948

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, March 26, 1975.  Flintville, Tennessee.  Mrs. Imogene Roden Stewart, 43, of Flintville, died Tuesday at an area hospital.  The funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church.   Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery, Spry Funeral Home in charge.  The Rev. William Howard will officiate.  Survivors include her husband, Lawrence W. Stewart, Flintville; a son, Rex Stewart, Flintville; two daughters, Mrs. Roger McAllister, and Miss Rhonda Stewart, both of Flintville; a brother, Solon Roden, Jr., Elora; and a great-grandmother, Mrs. Maggie Yaw, New Market, Alabama.

 

Storey, Lucille                                     See Lucille Wilson

 

Funeral services for Mrs. Lucille Storey, age 79, of Kelso, Tennessee, who passed away Thursday, July 7, 2005 in Lincoln Medical Center, will be conducted Friday, July 8, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. in the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home with Rev. Keith Wilson officiating.  Burial will follow in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery. Mrs. Storey was a native of Madison County, Alabama, daughter of the late A. D. Ward & the late John Ann Johnson Ward. She was a member of the Gum Springs Baptist Church. Survivors include her daughter, Angelia Olson of Fayetteville, Tennessee; son, Charles Thomas Wilson of Winchester, Tennessee; one sister, Myrtle Wilson of Hazel Green, Alabaa; three grandchildren and five great grandchildren.  Visitation with the family will be from 5 until 9 p.m. Thursday evening and until 2 p.m. on Friday at the Gallant Funeral Home.

 

Tallent, W. I.                1914     1961    

 

William I. Tallent, s/o Dona Bell “Dena” ___ Tallent Passon

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, January 2, 1962.  A funeral for William I. Tallent, 47, of Rt. 2, Toney, was today at 10 a.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with Rev. Eugene Steelman officiating.  Burial was in the adjoining cemetery.  Mr. Tallent, a native of Madison County, was found dead Sunday near his home.  Survivors include his mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Passon, Toney; four sisters, Mrs. Carl Downs, Mrs. Frank Church and Mrs. James Upton, all of Toney; and Mrs. Walter Toon of Fayetteville, Tennessee; four brothers, Sterling and Loyd Tallent of Huntsville, Wilburn Tallent of Harvest and Cecil Tallent of Auburndale, Florida,; and 21 nieces and nephews.  Active pallbearers were Clifton Biles, Buddy Moore, T. L. Biles, Dean May, Ed Bailey and Vernon Hill.  Toney-Rainey Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

 

Tallent, Roberta           Aug 18 1914      Jul 14 1944       

 

Roberta Hill, d/o Willie Robert Hill & Monnie Lee Humphrey; w/o William I. Tallent

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, July 17, 1944.  Fayetteville, Tennessee.  Funeral services for Mrs. Roberta Hill Tallent, 29, who died Friday night at the Lincoln county hospital, will be conducted this afternoon from Bevill’s Chapel, in Alabama.  Burial will be in the churchyard.  Surviving are her husband, William Tallent of Indianapolis, Ind.; parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hill of Lincoln; a brother, Vernon Hill of this county.  Another brother, Melvin Hill, was reported killed 60 days ago in Italy.

 

Tallent, Ivey Earl         Jul 14 1944        Jul 14 1944       

 

d/o William I. Tallent & Roberta Hill

 

Tucker, George Roy     Aug 1 1892        Feb 21 1970     

 

s/o Dan Loynes Tucker, h/o Lilly Mae Hill

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, February 23, 1970.  A funeral for George Roy Tucker, 77, of Rt. 2, Flintville, who died Saturday at his home, was to be today at 2:30 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Odie Hunter and the Rev. Joe Wayne Plunkett officiating. Burial was to be in an adjoining cemetery with Spry Funeral Home directing.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lillie Mae Tucker; three daughters, Mrs. Elise Barley of Flintville, Mrs. Velma Loggins and Mrs. Ruth Brooks, both of Hazel Green, Alabama; three sons, Burlan Tucker of Taft, Alvis Tucker of Hammond, Ind., and Hurlie Tucker of Highland, Inc.; a brother, Walter Tucker of Huntsville, Maudie Davis of Sheffield, Alabama, and Mrs. Decie Beshears of Huntsville, Alabama; 25 grandchildren, and 26 great-grandchildren.

 

Tucker, Lilly Mae         May 30 1889     Aug 11 1970     

 

Lilly Mae Hill, d/o James Homer Hill & Elizabeth Ann “Lizzie” Stewart,

md. George Roy Tucker Jun 18, 1910

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, August 14, 1970.  A funeral for Mrs. Lillie Mae Tucker, 81, Rt. 2, Flintville, Tennessee, who died Tuesday at Huntsville, Alabama, Hospital, was to be at 1 p.m. today at Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church in Madison County, Alabama, with the Rev. Odie Hunter and the Rev. Dewey Cantrell officiating.  Burial was in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Spry Funeral Home directing.  Survivors include three sons, Burlan Tucker, Taft, Tennessee, Alvis Tucker, Hammond, Indiana, and Hurley Tucker, Highland, Indiana; three daughters, Mrs. Elsie Barley and Mrs. Ruth Brooks, Flintville, Tennessee, and Mrs. Velma Loggins, Jacksonville, Florida; two brothers, Willie Hill, Fayetteville, Tennessee, and Dolphus Hill, Flintville, Tennessee; 25 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren.

 

Tucker, Fred Earl         Oct 25 1922      Sep 4 1945       

 

Killed in an auto accident; s/o George Roy Tucker & Lilly Mae Hill, md. Mattie Lou Williamson

Dec 27, 1941 (see Mattie Lou Schrimsher)

 

Tucker, Homer G.        Sep 28 1918      Aug 5 1938       

 

Homer Gilbert Tucker, s/o George Roy Tucker & Lilly Mae Hill;

md. Alma Seals Sep 15, 1935

 

Published in a local Huntsville, Alabama newspaper, Thursday, August 6, 1936.  Auto Victim Buried Today.  Funeral Held This Afternoon for Homer Tucker.  Funeral services for Homer Gilbert Tucker, young Hazel Green farmer who was instantly killed in an automobile accident three miles from Hazel Green yesterday morning, were held this afternoon.  The services were conducted from Bevill’s Chapel with the Rev. D. H. Hogan officiating.  Interment was made there with Laughlin-McCaleb in charge of arrangements.  Pallbearers were Buford Slayton, Zan Hill, Gray Hill, Lawrence Brown, Charley Moore and Alonzo Isbell.  Mr. Tucker, who was 23 years old, is survived by his wife and infant child, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tucker, five brothers and three sisters.  He was killed when an automobile crashed into a tree as he hurried to get aid for his wife shortly after a child had been born to her.

 

Tucker, Alvis L.            Dec 28 1921      Oct 16 1980     

 

Alvis Leamon Tucker, s/o George Roy Tucker & Lilly Mae Hill, md. Virginia McGaha

Oct 2, 1942

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Friday, October 17, 1980.  Alvis Leamon Tucker, 58, of Route 2, Taft, died Thursday at Lincoln County Hospital.  The funeral will be Saturday at 1 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Church with the Rev. Manley Sisk officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Rainey Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Virginia Tucker; three daughters, Mrs. Wanda Gann of Dutton, Mrs. Barbara Miller of Taft and Mrs. Dixie Sharit of Birmingham; a son, Gilbert Tucker of Taft; two brothers, James Tucker of Ardmore and Hearlie Tucker of Hammond, Ind.; three sisters, Mrs. Elsie Barley of Toney, Mrs. Ruth Brooks of Hazel Green and Mrs. Velma Loggins of Center Point; and eight grandchildren.

 

Tucker, Virginia M.      Oct 17 1924      Jan 25 1997      

 

Virginia McGaha, d/o James Isaac McGaha & Carrie Moss, w/o Alvis Leamon Tucker

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, January 27, 1997.  Mrs. Virginia Tucker, 72, of 695 County Road 451 died Saturday at a local hospital.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Taylor Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Austin Posey officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Hazel Green.  Mrs. Tucker was a homemaker and a member of Pleasant Home M. B. Church in Toney.  Survivors include two daughters, Barbara Miller of Toney and Wanda Gann of Dutton; a son, Gilbert Tucker of Hazel Green; four sisters, Flo Payne of Fayetteville, Tennessee, Cathlene Fisher of New Hope, and Laura Bell Guess and Geraldine Row, both of Illinois; two brothers, Homer McGaha of Ohio and Marshall McGaha of Hazel Green; and 10 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

 

Tucker, Thurman D.     May 1 1924       Mar 9 1962       

 

Thurman Dewey Tucker, s/o George Roy Tucker & Lilly Mae Hill, md. Rosella Woods,

d/o William Preston & Sallie Woods

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, March 12, 1962.  A funeral for Thurman D. Tucker, 37, Hazel Green will tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Mr. Tucker was killed in a car wreck in Indiana Friday.  Rev. Dewey Cantrell and Rev. Horace Hammond will officiate.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Cemetery.  Survivors include the widow, Mrs. Rozelle Tucker; five children; three brothers; three sisters; and his parents.  Pallbearers will be Otis Wood, Marlyn Wood, Murrey Hill, Herbert Hill, Gene Sanders and Homer McGaha.  Higgins Funeral Home, Fayetteville, Tennessee, will be in charge.

 

Tucker, James Burlan  Nov 28 1919      Jun 14 2006      

 

s/o George Roy Tucker & Lilly Mae Hill, h/o Dorothy Marie Hicklon

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on June 15, 2006.  Born November 28, 1919, died June 14, 2006.  James Burlan Tucker of Ardmore died Wednesday. He was 86. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. today at Ardmore Memorial Funeral Home. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Hazel Green.

 

Tucker, Dorothy Marie             Dec 31 1928      Feb 9 1983       

 

Dorothy Marie Hicklon, d/o Roland & Nora Hicklon, md. James Burlan Tucker Aug 2, 1943, Phenix City, Georgia

 

Tucker, John William Jr.         Jul 3 1924                    

 

s/o John William Tucker, Sr. & Verna Mae Wilson, h/o Ruby Atlas Hill

 

Tucker, Ruby Atlas       Oct 20 1926      Nov 8 1996       

 

Ruby Atlas Hill, d/o Adolphus Lee Hill & Cora Lee Jones; md. John William Tucker, Jr.,

Oct 21, 1944

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, November 10, 1996.  Ruby Atlas Tucker, 70, of Opp Reynolds Road, Hazel Green, died Friday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be Sunday at 3 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home chapel with the Revs. Arnie Elliff and Donald Conn officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Tucker was a native of Madison County, manager of Tucker Septic Tank and a member of Calvary Baptist Church.  Survivors include her husband, J.  W. Tucker, Jr. of Hazel Green; a daughter, Bonnie Cheryl Carter of Toney, her mother, Cora Hill of Hazel Green; three sisters, Evelyn Ferguson and Veleria Driggers, both of Hazel Green, and Christine Phillips of Taft, Tennessee; four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. 

 

Tucker, Bonnie Cheryl Jul 25 1945                   

 

d/o John William “JW” Tucker Jr. & Ruby Atlas Hill, md. Donald Carter

 

Underwood, Ila S.        Jan 30 1928       May 20 2008     w/o Bobby Underwood

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on May 21, 2008.  Born January 30, 1928, died May 20, 2008.  Ila S. Underwood, 80, of Hazel Green passed away on Tuesday.  She was a wonderful Christian wife and mother.  She is survived by her husband of 55 years, Bobby Underwood; five children, Tom Taylor and wife Sandy, Charles Underwood and wife Lana, David Underwood and wife Pam, Gail Fincher and husband Terry, and Sherry Lowery and husband Mike; 13 grandchildren; and 11 greatgrandchildren.  Visitation will be held at Plainview Church of Christ in Hazel Green from 4 to 8 p.m. today.  Funeral services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Thursday at the church.  The body will lie in repose at the church one hour prior to the service.  Burial will follow in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery with Hazel Green Funeral Home directing. 

 

Wagner, Dale Joshua  Apr 19 1991       Apr 22 1991      

 

s/o Matthew Otto “Matt” Wagner & Janice Lee Stewart

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, April 23, 1991.  Dale Joshua Wagner, infant son of Matt and Janice Wagner, 5065 Highway 53, Harvest, died Monday at the residence.  A graveside service was today at 11:30 a.m. at the Bevill's Chapel Cemetery with the Rev. Robert Wagner officiating and Spry Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors other than the parents include a brother, Christopher Wagner of Harvest; and the grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace O. Wagner of Huntsville and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Stewart of Hazel Green.

 

Walker, Noah W.         1877     1951    

 

Noah Wiley Walker, s/o Alexander and Mary Walker

 

Walker, Filena                         1879     1962    

 

Filena Anderson, d/o Robert L. Anderson & Sarah E. Mabe; w/o Noah Walker

 

Walker, Otis W.            1905     1973    

 

Otis Wiley Walker, s/o Noah N. & Filena Anderson Walker; h/o Martha Elizabeth “Mattie” Arnold

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, April 23, 1973.  A funeral for Otis Wiley Walker, 68, of Rt. 2, Hazel Green, who died Monday at Fifth Avenue Hospital, will be Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Church, the Rev. Joe W. Plunkett and the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Cemetery, Laughlin-Service Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mattie Arnold Walker; two daughters, Mrs. Doris Warden, Mrs. Gloria Baker; a foster daughter, Miss Flora Anderson; two sons, Stanley Walker and Jerry Walker; a foster son, Steve Anderson, all of Hazel Green; five sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Posey, Mrs. Gladys Slayton, Mrs. Willie Rozell, Mrs. Nola Holcomb, Mrs. Hallie Scott; three brothers, Hubert Walker, Foster Walker and J. C. Walker, 17 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

 

Walker, Mattie A.         1904     May 20 1997    

 

Martha Elizabeth “Mattie” Arnold, w/o Otis Wiley Walker

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday May 22, 1997.  Mattie B. Walker, 92, of West Limestone Road died at a Lincoln County, Tennessee, hospital.  The funeral was to be today at 1 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial was to be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green directing.  Mrs. Walker was a native of Franklin County, Tennessee, and a member of Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include one daughter, Gloria Baker; two sons, Stanley Walker and Jerry Walker, both of Hazel Green; one foster daughter, Flora Anderson of New Hope; one foster son, Steve Anderson of Huntsville; and 18 grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren.  The body will be at the church one hour before the funeral.

 

Walker, Foster             1907     Jun 17 1985      

 

s/o Noah N. Walker & Filena Anderson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, June 19, 1985.  Foster Walker, 78, of Mulberry Road, Hazel Green, died Monday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at Riverview Funeral Home chapel in Fayetteville, Tennessee, with the Rev. J. E. Jones and Donald Walker officiating.  Burial was to be in Bevels Chapel Cemetery.  Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. A. C. Posey of Hazel Green, Mrs. Gladys Slayton of Huntsville and Mrs. Willie Rozell of Bessemer; and a brother, Hubert Walker of New Market.

 

Walker, Jerry K.           Dec 20 1935                 

 

s/o Otis Wiley Walker & Martha Elizabeth “Mattie” Arnold

 

Walker, Georgia          Mar 8 1937        Jul 8 2001        

 

Georgia Joyce Hobbs, md. Jerry K. Walker Mar 27, 1964

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, July 10, 2001.  Georgia Joyce Walker of Hazel Green, a production worker at SCI, died Sunday.  She was 64.  Survivors include her husband, Jerry Wallace; two daughters, Sherry Taylor of Hazel Green and Linda Wilson of Murfreesboro, Tennessee; two step-daughters, Debbie Logan and Vickie Carter, both of Fayetteville; four sisters, Maggie Mitchell and Imogene McKin both of Fayetteville, Louise Porch of Lewisburg, Tennessee, and Violet McKin of Flintville; two brothers, Carl Hobbs and John Allen Hobbs, both of Fayetteville; and three grandchildren and three step-grandchildren.  The funeral was today at 1 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating with Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green in charge of arrangements.

 

            Courtesy of Gallant Funeral Home.  Funeral services for Mrs. Georgia Joyce Walker, age 64, who died Sunday July 8, 2001 at her residence will be held Tuesday July 10, 2001 at 1 P.M. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will follow in the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Walker was a native of Dellrose, TN and a retired production operator for S.C.I. in Huntsville, AL.  Survivors include her husband Jerry Wallace of Hazel Green, AL, daughters Sherry Taylor of Hazel Green, AL, and Linda Wilson of Murfreesboro, TN, step-daughters Debbie Logan and Vickie Carter both of Fayetteville, TN, sisters Louise Porch of Lewisburg, TN, Violet McKin of Flintville, TN, Maggie Mitchell and Imogene McKin both of Fayetteville, TN, brothers Carl Hobbs and John Allen Hobbs both of Fayetteville, TN, three grandchildren and three step-grandchildren. The body will lie in state hour prior to the service at Bevills Chapel Baptist Church.

 

Walker, Richard "Dick"            May 15 1953     May 20 2002

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, May 22, 2002.  Born May 15, 1953, Died May 20, 2002.  Alan R. “Dick’ Walker of Huntsville died Monday.  He was 49.  Survivors include one brother, Barry Walker of Boston.  Visitation will be Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon at Berryhill Funeral Home.  A graveside service will be Thursday at 1 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.

 

Walker, Tera                1976                

 

No known relation to other local Walker's in this cemetery

 

Walker, Agatha            Mar 22 1951      Mar 24 1951     

 

Warden, Walter D.       Aug 1 1924        May 30 2005    

 

Walter Douglas Warden, 1st md. Doris Levon Walker Jun 8, 1945, 2nd md. Eveline _____

 

Published in The Huntsville Times Thursday June 2, 2005.  Born August 1, 1924; died May 30, 2005.  Walter D. Warden, 80, of Hazel Green passed away Monday.  Mr. Warden was a member of Murphy Hill Baptist Church. He was a mechanic in Huntsville for 60 years.  He was preceded in death by his wife, Doris Warden.  Survivors include his wife, Eveline Warden; children, Larry Warden and wife, Linda, Martha Dickens and husband, Delano, Deborah Edwards and husband, Raymond, Mark Warden and wife, Deanne, and Mack Warden and wife, Carol; stepchildren, Phylliss Neal and husband, Frankie, Randall Luna and wife, Betty, Nancy Wilburn and husband, Earl, and Darrell Luna; seven grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; five step grandchildren; seven step great-grandchildren; two sisters, Rachel Taylor and Dorothy Sisco; several nieces and nephews; and special friends, Jeanette Shelton and Susan Woodard.  Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. today at Hazel Green Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Mike McFarlen and the Rev. Terrell Boyd officiating. Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.  Visitation was Wednesday at the funeral home.  Memorial donations may be made to Murphy Hill Baptist Church or the Heart Foundation. 

 

Warden, Doris L.          Mar 1 1926        May 11 1982    

 

Doris Levon Walker, d/o Otis Wiley Walker & Martha Elizabeth “Mattie” Arnold;

1st w/o Walter D. Warden

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, May 12, 1982.  Mrs. Doris Levon Warden, 56, of 209 North Plymouth Road, died Tuesday at Crestwood Hospital.  The funeral will be Thursday at 3 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Ray Duvall and the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Spry Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include her husband, Walter Warden; three sons, Larry Warden and Mack Warden, both of Huntsville, and Mark Warden of Hazel Green; two daughters, Mrs. Martha Jo Dickens and Mrs. Debbie Edwards, both of Huntsville; her mother, Mrs. Mattie Walker of Hazel Green; two brothers, Stanley Walker and Jerry Walker, both of Hazel Green; a sister, Mrs. Gloria Baker of Huntsville; and six grandchildren.

 

Webel, Robert D.         Jul 13 1923        May 31 1995     Robert David Webel, Army WW II, h/o Florence Hunt

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, June 1, 1995.  Robert David Webel, 71, of Toney died Wednesday at his residence.  The funeral will be Friday at 1 p.m. at Spry Funeral Home with the Rev. Odie Hunter and the Rev. Alfred Phillips officiating.  Burial will be in Bevels Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Webel, a native of Chicago, Ill., had been a resident of Madison County for seven years.  He was retired from Appleton Electric and was a veteran of World War II.  Survivors include his wife, Florence Hunt Webel; three sons, Robert David Webel Jr. of Florida, John David Webel of Antioch, Ill., and George P. Webel of Wisconsin; two daughters, Florence Gail Webel and Helen Louise Taylor, both of Illinois; two stepsons, James Carter of Hazel Green and Donald Carter of Toney; a brother, George Webel of California; 14 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 5 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Webel, Florence          Jun 5 1924        Oct 9 2003       

 

Florence Hunt, d/o Joe Hunt & Caroline L. “Carrie” Campbell, 1st md. Robert David Webel; 2nd md. Edward Pigg; md. _____ Carter

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on October 21, 2003.  Florence Hunt Webel, 79, of Toney passed away Sunday, Oct 19, 2003 at her residence. She is survived by her husband, Edward Pigg of Toney; two sons, James C. Carter of Hazel Green, and Donald F. Carter of Toney; three sisters, Alice Bankston of Chicago, Jocie Lee Roberts of Gurley, and Mablean Langford of Hazel Green; one step-son, John Webel; two step-daughters, Judy Osmer and Helen Anttilo; two grandchildren and several great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 1 p.m. today at the Hazel Green Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. James Campbell officiating. Burial will follow in the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.

 

Whitaker, W. J.                        1859     1923    

 

Whitaker, Sarah A.      Dec 24 1862      Jan 27 1951      

 

Wilbanks, Raymond Allen       Apr 22 1921                  

 

Wilbanks, Callie M.      Nov 18 1897      Sep 5 1958       

 

Wilbanks, John            Dec 14 1908                 

 

Wilbank Twins             Dec 9 1989        Dec 9 1989       

 

Williamson, W. M.       Dec 24 1895      Jan 8 1975       

 

William Monroe “Wiley” Williamson, Pvt. WW I, s/o John P. Williamson & Mary Lou Anderson; md. Bertha T. _____ & Ethel _____ Steele

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, January 9, 1975.  William Monroe Williamson, 79, of Rt. 4, Scottsboro, died Wednesday at a hospital.  A funeral will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church, the Rev. Wilson Lloyd Ricketts officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery, Spry Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ethel Williamson; four daughters, Mrs. Ora Lou Nail, Houston, Texas, Mrs. Ida Bell Klein, Mrs. Anna Lou Stapert, both of Indianapolis, Ind., Mrs. Betty Ruth Butler, Los Angeles, Calif.; three sons, Walter Williamson, Indianapolis, Ind., Junior Williamson, Buddy Williamson, both of Huntsville; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Bertie Whitmire, Tullahoma, Tennessee; three stepsons, Ray Steele, Scottsboro, Curtis Steele, Tullahoma, Tennessee, Roy Lee Steele, Pampa, Tex.; a sister, Mrs. Daisy Preston, Huntsville; a brother, Roy Williamson, Fayetteville, Tennessee.  Pallbearers will be Larry Fowler, Jerry Hyatt, Junior Ary, Haskel Williamson, Chris Jones and Jimmy Alverson. The body will be at the funeral home until time for the funeral.

 

Williamson, Bertha T.  Jul 11 1903        Aug 28 1965     

 

w/o William Monroe “Willie” Williamson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, August 30, 1965.  Mrs. Bertha Williamson, 62, Rt. 2, Flintville, Tennessee, died at her home Saturday. A funeral was today at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with Rev. Leslie Sharp officiating.  Burial was in the adjoining cemetery.  Survivors include her husband, W. M. Williamson, and two nieces, Mrs. Gladys Goolsby of Scottsboro and Mrs. Effie Keel of Rossville, Georgia.  Pallbearers were Buddy Cobb, Phillip Cobb, Joe Wayne Plunkett, Albert Posey, Harold Harbin and Tom Harbin.  Spry Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

 

Williamson, Roy L.      Oct 5 1915        Jun 4 1999         

 
s/o John P. Williamson & Mary Lou Anderson; md. Era Ellen Darlene Haynes Jan 10, 1943

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, June 5, 1999.  Roy Lee Williamson, 83, died Friday at a local hospital in Fayetteville, Tennessee.  The funeral will be Sunday at 4 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mr. Williamson was a native of Madison County.  He was a retired courier for Redstone Arsenal.  Survivors include one son, Billy Joe Williamson of Fayetteville; two daughters, Betty Walker of Fayetteville and Connie Adams of Smyrna; and three grandchildren. Visitation will be today from 5 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.

 

Williamson, Era Ellon Jun 8 1922        Dec 18 1992     

 

d/o Vineyard E. Haynes & Jossie Mae Buchannan; md. Roy Lee Williamson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Sunday, December 20, 1992.  Era Ellon Darlene Williamson, 70, of 24 Wright Road, Fayetteville, died Friday at her residence.  The funeral will be today at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. William L. Howard officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in Fayetteville in charge.  Mrs. Williamson was a native of Madison County.  She was a member of the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church and a retired presser with Serbin Fashions.  Survivors include her husband, Roy Lee Williamson; one son, Billy Joe Williamson of Fayetteville; two daughters, Betty Walker of Fayetteville and Connie Adams of Murfreesboro, Tennessee; one sister, Delma Wright of Hazel Green; and four grandchildren.

 

Williamson, Noah W.   Jan 9 1898        Nov 21 1972     

 

s/o John P. Williamson & Mary Lou Anderson, md. Rosa Mae “Rosie” Woods

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, November 22, 1972.  A funeral for Noah Watson Williamson, 74, of Rt. 1, Hazel Green, will be announced later by Spry Funeral Home. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Rosa Williamson; a son, Haskel W. Williamson of Hazel Green; four daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Lou Ary and Mrs. Jessie Mae Williamson, both of Huntsville, Mrs. Mattie Lou Schrimsher of Doniphan, Mo., Mrs. Jettie Joe Hyatt of Hazel Green; two brothers, W. M. Williamson of Scottsboro, Roy L. Williamson of Fayetteville, Tennessee; a sister, Mrs. Daisy Preston of Huntsville; 25 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

 

Williamson, Rosa M.    Mar 6 1910        Jul 19 1998       

 

Rosa Mae “Rosie” Woods, sister of William Preston Woods, md. 1st  Noah Watson Williamson, md. 2nd William Bobo

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, July 21, 1998.  Rosa Williamson Bobo, 88, of Pauline Drive, Hazel Green, died Sunday at a Scottsboro hospital.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home chapel with Tommy Rosenblum and Tim Boyett officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Bobo, a native of Marshall County, was a housewife and a member of Plainview Church of Christ.  Survivors include three daughters, Dorothy Williamson Ary of Taft, Tennessee, Jessie Mae Williamson of Scottsboro and Jettie Hyatt of Huntsville; one son, Haskel W. Williamson of Huntsville; and 28 grandchildren 48 great-grandchildren and 11 great-great-grandchildren.  Visitation was to be today from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.  Memorial donations may be made to Plainview Church of Christ.

 

Williamson, Jones Molin         Nov 18 1939      Nov 18 1939     

 

s/o Noah Watson Williamson & Rosa Mae Woods

 

Williamson, Roy Lee   Jan 20 1936                   ?

 

Wilson, Mack               Feb 2 1899        Jan 11 1971      

 

Michael “Mack” Wilson, s/o James Henry Wilson & Anne Norris, md. Bessie Kirby Feb 15, 1920, White County, TN

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, January 12, 1971.  A funeral for Mack Wilson, 71, of State Line Community, Tennessee, who died Monday at his residence after a long illness, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Joe Wayne Plunkett and the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial will be in the Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Bessie Kirby Wilson; three daughters, Mrs. Annie Robinson, Lincoln County, Tennessee, Mrs. Ovie Lassater, Mrs. Belle Hicks, both of Madison County, Alabama; five sons, James Wilson, Casto Wilson, Ed Wilson, Joe Wilson, and Wade Wilson, all of Madison County, Alabama; five brothers, W. T. Wilson, Wade Wilson, John Wilson Sid Wilson, and Fate Wilson, all of Sparta, Tennessee; nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

 

Wilson, Bessie             Sep 10 1900      Jan 10 1991      

 

Bessie Elizabeth Kirby, d/o Newton K. Kirby & Flora Kirby; w/o Michael “Mack” Wilson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, January 12, 1991.  Mrs. Bessie Wilson, 90, of Flintville, died Thursday at her residence.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at the Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton and the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial was to be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include two sons, James Wilson and Wade Wilson, both of Hazel Green; three daughters, Belle Hicks and Ovie Lasater, both of Hazel Green, and Annie Robinson of Flintville; a brother, Ray Kirby of Flintville; 12 grandchildren, 15 great-grandchildren and five great-great-grandchildren.

 

Wilson, Joe                  Apr 6 1934        May 23 1982    

 

s/o Mack Wilson & Bessie Kirby

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, May 24, 1982.  Joe Wilson, 48, of Rt. 1, Flintville, died Sunday morning after he attempted to go after a cane fishing pole that a fish took into Maurice Davis Lake in Hazel Green, reports said.  He was fishing with his brother, Casto Wilson of Hazel Green, and his uncle, Ray Kirby of Flintville.  Wilson, who was considered to be a good swimmer, went under about 50 feet from the bank and did not come up, according to reports.  He was found by Hazel Green volunteer firemen around noon, and the assistant coroner ruled the drowning accidental, reports said.

 

            Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, May 24, 1982.  Joe Wilson, 48, of Flintville died Sunday in a drowning accident.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Church with the Rev. Joe Wayne Plunkett officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Bessie Wilson; a daughter, Miss Brenda Wilson; three sisters, Mrs. Annie Robinson, Mrs. Ovie Lasater and Mrs. Bell Hicks; and four brothers, James Wilson, Casto Wilson, Edward Wilson and Wade Wilson. The body will be at the residence until time for the service.

 

Wilson, Charles Thomas          Apr 15 1925       Jan 5 1959       

 

s/o Michael “Mack” Wilson & Bessie Elizabeth Kirby, md. Lucille Ward

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Tuesday, January 6, 1959.  Funeral services for Charles Thomas Wilson, 33, of Route 2, Flintville, Tennessee, were held today at 1:30 p.m. from Bevill’s Chapel near Hazel Green, with the Rev. Herman Harbin officiating.  Burial followed in the adjoining cemetery.  Mr. Wilson, a farmer, died yesterday at his home after a short illness.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lucille Wilson; a son, Charles T. Wilson Jr.; three sisters, Mrs. Annie Robinson and Miss Mattie Belle Wilson of Flintville and Mrs. Ovie Lasater of Huntsville; five brothers, James Wilson, Casto Wilson, Edward Wilson, Joe Wilson and Wade Wilson; and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wilson.  Pallbearers were George M. Moore, Wayne Moore, Harold Harbin, Beamon Jones, Floyd Hill and Henry Gautney.  Spry Funeral Home was in charge of funeral arrangements.

 

Wilson, Lucille             May 28 1926                

 

Lucille Ward, d/o Alvin D. Ward & Johnnie Ann Johnson, 1st md. Charles Thomas Wilson Dec 31, 1947; 2nd md. __ Storey

 

Funeral services for Mrs. Lucille Storey, age 79, of Kelso, Tennessee, who passed away Thursday, July 7, 2005 in Lincoln Medical Center, will be conducted Friday, July 8, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. in the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home with Rev. Keith Wilson officiating. Burial will follow in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery. Mrs. Storey was a native of Madison County, Alabama, daughter of the late A. D. Ward & the late John Ann Johnson Ward. She was a member of the Gum Springs Baptist Church. Survivors include her daughter, Angelia Olson of Fayetteville, Tennessee; son, Charles Thomas Wilson of Winchester, Tennessee; one sister, Myrtle Wilson of Hazel Green, Alabama; three grandchildren and five great grandchildren.  Visitation with the family will be from 5 until 9 p.m. Thursday evening and until 2 p.m. on Friday at the Gallant Funeral Home.

 

Wilson, Edward           Oct 18 1930      Jul 17 1990        s/o Michael “Mack” Wilson & Bessie Elizabeth Kirby; PFC Army, Korea

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, July 18, 1990.  Edward Wilson, 59, of Route 1, Flintville, died Tuesday at a Huntsville, Alabama, hospital.  The funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Milton Martin and the Rev. Benny Berry officiating. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green, Alabama, in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Faye Denney Wilson; his mother, Bessie K. Wilson of Flintville; a step-daughter, Sharon Taylor of Tennessee; three brothers, James Wilson, Casto Wilson and Wade Wilson, all of Hazel Green; three sisters, Annie Robinson of Flintville and Ovie Lasater and Mattie Belle Hicks, both of Hazel Green; and three grandchildren.  Visitation will be today after 4 p.m. at the funeral home and at the church one hour prior to the service.

 

Wilson, Faye                Apr 22 1935       Feb 18 2004     

 

Willie Faye Denney, d/o Cliff Green Denney & Lilla York; w/o Edward Wilson

 

Published in The Huntsville Times,  Thursday, February 19, 2004.  Born April 22, 1935, died February 18, 2004. Willie Faye Wilson of Huntsville passed away on Wednesday.  She was 68.  The funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday from the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home in Fayetteville, Tennessee.  Interment will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.

 

            Funeral services for Mrs. Willie Faye Wilson, age 68, of Johnson Rd., Huntsville, Alabama, who passed away Wednesday, February 18, 2004 in Lincoln Medical Center, were held Friday, February 20, 2004 at 2:00 p.m. in the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home with Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial followed in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery. Mrs. Wilson was a native of Marshall County, Alabama, daughter of the late Cliff Green Denney & the late Lilla York Denney, an employee of GTE and a member of the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church. Mrs. Wilson was preceded in death by her husband, Edward Wilson; one daughter, Linda Haynes; one grandson, Jimmy Watwood; one brother, Cecil Denney.  Survivors include one daughter, Sharon & Nelson Taylor of Fayetteville, Tennessee; three grandchildren, Jennifer Taylor, Jeremy Taylor, Rodney Watwood; three sisters, Melba Bartlett, Wanda Morris, Joann Smith all of Cullman, Alabama; one brother, Basil Denney of Arab, Alabama and several great grandchildren.  Visitation was held Thursday evening from 5 until 8 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home.

 

Wilson, Casto               Jul 8 1927         Oct 17 1990      h/o Michael “Mack” Wilson & Bessie Elizabeth Kirby, h/o Myrtle I. Ward

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Wednesday, October 17, 1990.  Hazel Green.  Casto Wilson, 63, of 586 Borderline Road, Hazel Green, died Tuesday at his residence.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at the Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. William Howard and the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial was to be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home of Hazel Green in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Myrtle Wilson; his mother, Bessie Wilson; a daughter, Linda Martin; two brothers, James Wilson and Wade Wilson; three sisters, Belle Hicks and Ovie Lasater, all of Hazel Green, and Annie Robinson of Flintville, Tennessee; and three grandchildren.

 

Wilson, Myrtle I.           Mar 18 1930      Oct 28 2005      d/o Alvin D. Ward & Johnnie Ann Johnson, w/o Casto Wilson

 

Funeral services for Mrs. Myrtle Wilson, age 75, of Hazel Green, Alaama, who passed away Friday, October 28, 2005 at her residence, will be conducted Sunday, October 30, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. in the chapel of the Gallant Funeral Home with Rev. Sonny Moore officiating. Burial will follow in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery.  Mrs. Wilson was a native of Madison County, Alabama, daughter of the late A.D. & John Ann Johnson Ward, a housewife and a member of the Baptist Church.  She enjoyed gardening, raising flowers and she never met a stranger. Survivors include her daughter, Linda Martin of Flintville, Tennessee; three grandsons, Randall Martin, Terry Martin & Stephen Martin and nine great-grandchildren.  Visitation with the family will be Saturday evening from 5 until 8 p.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home.

 

Winkles, Regina Desiree         May 17 2000     May 17 2000     d/o Marcus & Hope Winkles

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, May 18, 2000.  New Market. Regina Desiree Winkles, infant daughter of Marcus and Hope Winkles, died Wednesday at a Huntsville hospital.  The funeral will be Friday at 4 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Spry Funeral Home is in charge of burial.  Other survivors include grandparents, Marty Winkles and Wilma Thims, both of Huntsville, Valerie Smith of New Market and Albert Smith of Madison; great-grandparents, Donna Smith of Huntsville, Jean Jones of New Market and Johnny Dye of Indiana; great-great-grandmother, Alma Walker of New Market; and two nieces and one nephew.

 

Wolverton, Andy J.      Aug 19 1911      May 1 2001       Andrew “Andy” J. Wolverton, h/o Ruby D. Stewart

 

Published in the Huntsville Times, Thursday, May 3, 2001.  Birmingham.  Andy J. Wolverton, 89, died Tuesday at his home. The funeral will be Friday at noon at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green in charge.  Mr. Wolverton worked for Neuhoff Packing Co. in Nashville before retiring.  Survivors include his wife, Ruby Stewart Wolverton; one daughter, Montrew Carol Johnson of Alpharetta, Ga.; three sons, Jerry Carl Wolverton of Franklin, Tennessee, Frank Doyle Wolverton of Panama City, Florida, and Calvin Stuart Wolverton of Trussville; one brother, William Wolverton of Flint, Michigan; and eight grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.  Visitation will be today from 6 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.   His body will be at the church two hours before the funeral.

 

Wolverton, Ruby D.      Oct 9 1915        Jan 12 2007      

 

Ruby D. Stewart, d/o Luther Morgan Stewart & Annie Eliza Norris; md. Andy J. Wolverton

Aug 21, 1934

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Saturday, January 13, 2007.  Arrangements Pending. Ruby Stewart Wolverton, formerly of Hazel Green, passed away Friday in Cumming, Georgia. She was 91.  Hazel Green Funeral Home will announce arrangements. 

 

            Published in The Huntsville Times, January 14, 2007.  Born October 9, 1915, died January 12, 2007.  Ruby D. Stewart Wolverton went to be with the Lord Friday at the age of 91. She was a resident of the Cumming Nursing Center in Cumming, Geogia, at the time of her death. Born October 9, 1915, in Madison County, she was the daughter of Luther and Annie Norris Stewart.  Mrs. Wolverton was a longtime member of Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church in Hazel Green.  A former resident of Hazel Green, she had previously lived in Nashville, where she was an employee of Baptist Hospital and Sears-Roebuck Co.  Her family will remember her most as a loving mother and homemaker.  Mrs. Wolverton was preceded in death by her husband of 67 years, Andy J. Wolverton, who died in 2001; as well as sisters, Mildred Gautney, Kitty Pearl Lanier, Inez Stephens and Mabel Stewart; and an infant brother. She is survived by four children, Jerry Carl Wolverton and wife, Janis, of Franklin, Tennessee, Montrew Carol Wolverton Johnson and husband, Clinton, of Milton, Georgia, Frank Doyle Wolverton and wife, Barbara, of Panama. City, Florida, and Calvin Stuart Wolverton and wife, Roselyn, of Trussville; eight grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.  Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Hazel Green Funeral Home, 13921 U.S. Highway 231/431 North, Hazel Green, Alabama.  Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday from the Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church, 592 Bevill's Church Road, Hazel Green. 

 

Woods, Emma H.         Aug 25 1903      Dec 15 1948     

 

Emma Hill, d/o William L. Hill & Mary Alice “Sallie” Rozelle, 1st md. William Houston Satterfield; 2nd md. William Preston Woods Apr 9, 1938

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Thursday, December 16, 1948.  Mrs. Emma Hill Woods’ Funeral Is Set Friday.  Funeral rites for Mrs. Emma Hill Woods, 44, who died at the Lincoln county hospital Wednesday morning, after an extended illness, will be conducted Friday afternoon in the Bevill’s Chapel church in Madison County, Alabama.  Burial will be in the church cemetery.  The Rev. J. M. Walker of Fayetteville will officiate and Raby funeral home of Fayetteville will be in charge of arrangements.  Surviving are the husband, W. T. Woods of Madison County, Alabama; two daughters, three sons, five stepchildren, a sister and six brothers.

 

Woods, Melinda Renee           Mar 10 1960      Dec 14 2002     

 

d/o Opal Graham; w/o Michael Woods

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, December 16, 2002.  Melinda Graham Woods, 42, of Huntsville died Saturday.  Melinda was a loving mother, wife and daughter.  Survivors include her husband, Michael Woods; two daughters, Stephanie and Jessica Woods of Tuscaloosa; mother, Opal Graham of Hazel Green; and a brother, Ronald Graham of Savannah, Ga.  Funeral services will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at Laughlin Service Chapel with burial in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery in Hazel Green with Bill Phillips officiating.  Laughlin Service is in charge of arrangements.  Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Association.

 

Woods, Michael Charles          Jul 14 1959                   

 

md. Melinda Renee Graham Feb 17, 1983

 

Worsham, Milton         Nov 23 1935      Jan 12 1988      

 

1st md. Edith Faye Talley Aug 25, 1956; 2nd md. Gwendolyn Elaine Sisk

 

Published in The Huntsville Times.  New Market.  Milton "Wilt" Worsham, 52, of 1790 Joe Quick Road, New Market, died Tuesday at a local hospital. The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at the Bevill's Chapel Baptist  Church with the Rev. Manley Sisk officiating. Burial was to be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge. Survivors include his wife, Gwendolyn E. Worsham; a daughter, Teresa Worsham of Tennessee; two sons, Tony Worsham of Hartselle and Todd Worsham of Huntsville; his mother, Dolly Worsham of Toney; three sisters, Alma Gladdin of Indiana, Estelle Hyde of Huntsville and Gail Medley of Toney; three brothers, Monroe Worsham of Hazel Green, Junior Worsham of Indiana and Fred Worsham of Huntsville; and two grandchildren. 

 

Worsham, Elaine L.     Jun 25 1945                  

 

Gwendolyn Elaine Sisk, d/o William Ira Sisk & Mildred Romaine Satterfield,

2nd w/o Milton “Wilt” Worsham

 

Worsham, Ollie Daniel            1920     1993    

 

s/o Acy Thomas Worsham & Ola Dee Miles; 1st md. Florence Faye Norris Mar 14, 1942;

2nd md. Bertha Jo ______

 

Published in 1993 for Ollie D. "Bob" Worsham, 72, of Kingsport, formerly of Hazel Green, Alabama, died Saturday at his residence.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green.  Burial will be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Mr. Worsham was retired from TVA.  He was a member of Midfield Freewill Baptist Church, Powell Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite in Knoxville and the Cahaba  Shrine Temple in Huntsville.  Survivors include his wife, Bertha Worsham; a daughter, Mrs. Roy Peterson of Chicago; a son, Clyde Ray Huff of San Antonio, Texas (likely a step-son); five sisters, Mattie Hunter, Wilma Baker and Mabel Hunter, all of Hazel Green, Alberta Hill of Huntsville and Frances Faulkner of Fayetteville, Tennessee; a brother, Howard Worsham of Fayetteville, Georgia; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. 

 

Worsham, Bertha Jo    1923                 2nd w/o Ollie Daniel Worsham

 

Worsham, Acy T.         Jun 6 1898        Oct 19 1986     

 

Asa Thomas “Acy” Worsham, s/o Erskine W.  Worsham; md Ola Dee Miles Apr 22, 1917

 

            Acy T. Worsham, 88, of Manley Road, Hazel Green, died Sunday October 19, 1986, in Fayetteville, Tennessee.  The funeral was to be today at 2:30 p.m. at the Gallant-Riverview Funeral Home with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial was to be in the Bevill's Chapel Cemetery in Madison County.  Survivors include his wife, Ola Miles Worsham; five daughters, Mattie Hunter and Wilma Baker, both of Hazel Green, Mable Hunter of New Market, Alberta Hill of Huntsville and Francis Faulkner of Tennessee; two sons, Ollie Worsham of Kentucky and Howard Worsham of Georgia; 11 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. 

 

Worsham, Ola Dee      Jun 13 1902       Mar 31 1989     

 

Ola Dee Miles, w/o Acy Thomas Worsham

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, April 1, 1989. Mrs. Ola Worsham, 86, of Hazel Green, died Friday. Her funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green, the Rev. Benny Berry officiating.  Burial will be in Bevill's Chapel Cemetery.  She was a member of Bevill's Chapel Baptist Church and a native of Giles County, Tennessee.  She is survived by her daughters, Mattie Hunter and Wilma Baker, both of Hazel Green, Mable Hunter of New Market, Alberta Hill of Huntsville, Frances Faulkner of Fayetteville, Tennessee; sons, Howard Worsham of Fayetteville, Georgia, and Ollie Worsham of Orlando, Florida; brother, Birtie Miles of Petersburg, Tennessee; sisters, Ruth Cheek of Petersburg, Lillian Redd of Akron, Ohio, and Lola Woodard of Shelbyville, Tennessee; nine grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; six great-great-grandchildren.

 

Worsham, Thelma D.   Jul 7 1925         Feb 20 1972     

 

d/o Acy Thomas Worsham & Ola Dee Miles

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, February 21, 1972.  Flintville, Tennessee.  A funeral for Miss Thelma Worsham, 46, of Rt. 1, Flintville, will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Bevill's Chapel. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery, Gallant Funeral Home in charge. Miss Worsham died Sunday night in Lincoln County Hospital.  Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Worsham; five sisters, Mrs. Alberta Hill, Huntsville, Mrs. Mattie Hunter, Mrs. Wilma Baker, Mrs. Mable Hunter, all of Hazel Green, Mrs. Frances Faulkner, Fayetteville, Tennessee; two brothers, Howard Worsham, Hazel Green, and O. D. Worsham of Kingsport, Tennessee.

 

Worsham, Tony D.       1961     Jun 17 2001      

 

s/o Milton “Wilt” Worsham & Edith Faye Talley

 

Published in The Huntsville Times.  Tony Dewayne Worsham of Shelbyville, Tennessee, formerly of Hazel Green, died Sunday, June 17, 2001.  He was 40.  Worsham worked as a printer for Bemis Custom Products in Shelbyville Tennessee, and was a member of Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include one daughter, Amber Leighann Worsham of Hartselle; one son, Matthew Dewayne Worsham of Shelbyvillle; his mother and stepfather, Faye Talley and Earl Rigsby of Shelbyville; his stepmother, Elaine Worsham of Hazel Green; one sister, Teresa Yoes of Lewisburg, Tennessee, one brother, Todd Worsham of Shelbyville; and his grandmother, Irene Talley of New Market.  Visitation was to be today from 4 to 9 p.m. at Gallant Funeral Home in Hazel Green.  The funeral will be Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Revs. Wayne Smith and Benny Berry officiating.  His body will be at the church for two hours before the funeral. Burial will be in the church cemetery,

 

Worsham, Phyllis B.    Jun 9 1963                    w/o Tony Dewayne Worsham

 

York, Gerry Wayne      Nov 30 1944      Mar 11 1980     

 

s/o Tacoma Bozwell “Teeoma” York & Pauline Land, h/o Peggy Joyce Thornton

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, March 12, 1980.  Gerry Wayne York, 35, of Vicksburg, Miss.; formerly of Hazel Green, died Monday at the Huntsville Hospital.  The funeral will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton and the Rev. W. H. Howard officiating.  Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Ralston-Lee Funeral Home of Fayetteville, Tennessee, in charge.  Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Peggy Thornton York; two sons, Zachary York and James York, both of Vicksburg, Miss.; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Teeoma York of Hazel Green; a brother, James York of Hazel Green; and a sister, Miss Sherri Ann York of Huntsville.

 

York, Peggy Joyce       Jul 28 1946                   

 

Peggy Joyce Thornton, w/o Gerry Wayne York

 

York, James G.            Jun 6 1941                   

 

James Garvin York, s/o Tacoma Bozwell “Teeoma” York & Pauline Land, md. Daisy Moon

 

York, Daisy M.              Feb 26 1942      Oct 14 1983     

 

Daisy Moon, d/o Monroe Moon & Louise Honea, md. James Garvin York, Jun 3, 1960

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Saturday, October 15, 1983.   Mrs. Daisy York, 41, of 444 Everett Jones Road, Hazel Green, died Friday at her residence. The funeral will be Sunday at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating. Burial will be in the adjoining cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include her husband, James York; her mother, Louise Moon of Huntsville; four sisters, Mrs. Marlene Waller of Maryland, Mrs. Jean Byrd of Cullman, Mrs. Carolyn Ashby of Decatur, and Mrs. Sandra Byrd of Huntsville; four brothers, Readus Moon of Huntsville, Ted Moon of Montgomery, Danny Moon of Wetumpka, and Ricky Moon of Roanoke, Ind.

 

York, Teeoma B.          Aug 29 1920      Apr 22 2008      

 

Tacoma Bozwell “Teeoma” York, s/o Andrew Alexander “Andy” York & Lula Mae “Millie” Winkles; 1st md. Pauline Land Aug 6, 1938; md. 2nd Virginia Mabeline Hunter Norris Jan 3, 1986

 

Published in The Huntsville Times on Friday, April 25, 2008.  Born August 29, 1920, died April 22, 2008.  Teeoma B. "T. B." York, 87, of Hazel Green died Tuesday at his residence. Mr. York was the son of the late Andrew and Lula Winkles York, a farmer, and a member of Bevills Chapel Baptist Church. Along with his parents, Mr. York was preceded in death by his wives, Pauline Land York and Virginia Mablene Norris York; and one son, Gerry Wayne York. Survivors include one daughter, Sherrie York of Hazel Green; one son, James York and wife Dianne of Hazel Green; grandchildren, James Terry York and wife Andrea of Fayetteville, Tenn., Zachary Wayne York and wife Pam of Hazel Green, and Lisa Coe Espy and husband Sam of Cocoa Beach, Fla.; and great-grandchildren, Gerry Wayne York, Kaitlyn Lea York, William Andrew York, and James Matthew York. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. today from Bevills Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry officiating. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. Gallant Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. 

 

York, Pauline L.           Jan 10 1923       Sep 3 1985       

 

Pauline Land, d/o Clarence Edward “Tommie” Land & Mary Elizabeth “Kit” Campbell,

1st w/o Tacoma Bozwell “Teeoma” York

 

Published in The Huntsville Times.  Mrs. Pauline Land York, 62, of Bevill’s Chapel Road, Hazel Green, died Monday at Huntsville Hospital.  The funeral was to be today at 2 p.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Thomas Britton officiating.  Burial was to be in Bevill’s Chapel Cemetery with Gallant-Riverview Funeral Home in charge.  Survivors include her husband, T. B. York; a daughter, Sherrie York of Hazel Green; a son, James York of Hazel Green; three sisters, Elnora Clark, Jimmy Dot Davis and Edna Armstrong, all of Hazel Green; two brothers, Clarence Land of Hazel Green and Eugene Land of Fayetteville and two grandchildren.

 

York, Virginia M.          May 12 1925     Sep 16 2000     

 

Virginia Mablene Hunter, d/o Odie Henry Hunter & Verna H. Cole, md. 1st Wm. Henry Norris,

June 29, 1946; md. 2nd Tacoma Bozwell York Jan 3, 1986

 

Published in The Huntsville Times, Monday, September 18, 2000.  Hazel Green.  Mablene York, 75, died Saturday at her home.  The funeral will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church with the Rev. Benny Berry and the Rev. Milton Martin officiating.  Burial will be in the church cemetery with Gallant Funeral Home in charge.  Mrs. York was a native of Lincoln County, Tennessee, a homemaker and a member of Bevill’s Chapel Baptist Church.  Survivors include her husband, T. B. York; one stepdaughter, Sherrie York of Hazel Green; one stepson, James York of Hazel Green; one brother, the Rev. Odie (Russell) Hunter of New Market; and two grandchildren, one great-grandchild and several nieces and nephews.  Visitation will be today from 5 to 8 p.m. at the funeral home.  The body will be at the church for one hour before the funeral.

 

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