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The Clayton Record, Friday, 2 Feb 1934

L.Y. Dean of Eufaula Dead

Captain L.Y. Dean, of Eufaula, died at his home in that place Thursday and
was laid to rest the following day in the cemetery of Eufaula.  In speaking
of Captain Dean, the Eufaula Tribune said:

News of Captain Dean's death came as a shock to the city.  For weeks he had
been in declining health but was able to be a his place of business only a
few days ago.

Captain Dean, who was nearing his 90th birthday, was a native of Edgefield,
S.C. and entered the Confederate army when he was 16 years of age.  He
served throughout the war, rising from the ranks to become a captain.  He
lost an arm in the fighting in Virginia and after recovering returned to his
command, serving until the close of hostilities.

Soon after the close of the war he came to Eufaula to enter the insurance
business in which he was active until a few months ago.

Captain Dean was the senior elder of the First Presbyterian church and was
one of the church's most devoted members.  He is survived by the following
children:  L. Y. Dean, Jr., Mrs.. T. L. Moore, and Mrs.. Lula Rees, all of
Eufaula; Mrs. F. T. Bakewell of Macon, Ga. and Mrs. J. W. Moody of Buffalo,
N.Y.
The Clayton Record, Friday, 2 Feb 1934

Tom Warr Passed Away Wednesday

Mr. Tom Warr, of the Prospect Community, passed away last Wednesday at the
age of 73 years.  Services were held from the home Thursday with Dr. C. H.
Turner in charge.  Mr. Walter Benefield was in charge of the music.

Burial was at the Warr Hill cemetery with Munn and Ventress in charge.  Mr.
Warr is survived by his wife, and one sun, Cullie Warr.  He was an uncle of
Mr. Otis Warr of this place.  Pall bearers were Otis Warr, Bob Warr, Cary
Warr, Remus Norton, Marvin Dominey, and Henry Tew.


The Clayton Record, Friday, 2 Feb 1934

Lousiville Resident Passed Away Wed.

Funeral services for Mrs. Augusta Whigham Evans, 63, of Louisville, were
held from the home Friday, Jan 19th.  Mrs. Evans passed away Wednesday after
an illness of some duration.  Rev. Webster, pastor of the Pea River Church,
officiated.

She leaves to mourn her loss, five sons, Perry Evans of Florence, Alabama;
Lewey, of Clayton; Charlie of Louisville; Bill, of Montgomery; Alfred of
Fort Benning.  Also four grandchildren survive.  Burial was at the Pea River
cemetery with Dowling in charge.


The Clayton Record, Friday, 2 Feb 1934

Published in accordance with sectoin 2966 of the Code.

Class A - Old Soldiers

L.Y. Dean, Eufaula
G. D. Helms, Clayton, R.F.D
H. S. Kenneday, Clayton, R. 1
J. D. Porter, Eufaula
H. T. Rice, Eufaula
David L. Walker, Eufaula, Route 4

Class 1 - Widows age over 80

Mary J. Andrews, Clayton
Mary C. Beverly, Eufaula
Mary E. Boyd, Louisville, R.3
Victoria Broadaway, Clayton, Route 3
Rhydonia C. Burke, Ariton, Route 4
Lydia E. Cox, Clayton
Eliza S. Etheridge, Eufaula, R.F.D
Narcissa E. Gary, Mt. Andrew
Stella D. Guice, Eufaula
Amanda Hollingsworth, Mt. Andrew
Elizabeth Hurst, Clayton, R.3
Mary J. Johnson, Louisville, Route 3
Lizzie F. Jones, Eufaula, R.F.D
Francis G. Kennedy, Clayton, Route 4
Fredonia S. Massey, Eufaula
Sarah J. McGilvary, Clayton, Route 1
Flora McKinnon, Clio
Louisa V. McNab, Eufaula
Martha C. Norton, Clayton
Nancy J. Weston, Louisville, Route 3
Cynthia J. Wilson, Eufaula, R.F.D
Cynthia C. Wilson, Eufaula, Route 4

Class 2 - Widows age between 70 and 80

J. A. Baker, Eufaula
Ella P. Baxter, Clio
Mary A. Belcher, Eufaula
Carrie H. Boyer, Batesville
Effie E. Brouwn, Efuala
Florence E. Buford, Eufaula
Amanda E. Champion, Clayton, Route 2
Clarky Z. Dubose, Baker Hill, R.F.D.
Nancy E. Fenn, Clayton
Alice F. Grubbs, Eufaula
Annie T. Lee, Clio
Anna W. Martin, Clayton
Josephine Mashburn, Eufaula
Tade S. Merrill, Eufaula
Lucy McDonald, Louisville R.F.D.
Angie Norton, Clayton
Barbara E. Norton, Louisville, Route 3
Evelyn B. Stovall, Comer

Class 3 - Widows under age 70

Mary T. Gibbons, Eufaula, Route 4
Lizzie V. Greene, Clayton
Sallie L. Hall, Eufaula, R. F.D.
Vila Hurst, Clayton, R. F.D.
A. R. Pitts, Clayton, Rte. 2
J. E. Scroggins, Louisville
Lenora Smith, Clio
Julia E. Ventress, Clayton
Epsy Ann Williams, Clayton

Issued this January 23, 1934

G. O. Wallace
Judge of Probate


The Clayton Record, Friday, 2 Feb 1934

Lost - Silver colored wrist watch, black ribbon band, lost afternoon of Jan.
19th between Library and my home.  Reward if returned.  Hattie Winn

Tom Alldredge and George Sparrow went to the C. C. C. Camp at Glence, Ala.
this week to transport equipment for the camp here.

Card of Thanks - We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the kindness
and sympathy shown us during the illness and death of our beloved mother -
The Evans Family

Royal White Hart Lodge, No. 10, A.F. & A.M.
Regular communications 2nd and 4th Monday nights in each month. All members
and visiting brethren are invited to attend all meetings.  A. C. Martin,
W.M., J.D. Vinson, Secretary

Notice
The State of Alabama, Barbour County, In Circuit Court of Barbour County,
Alabama At Clayton

Ida Pritchett, complainant. vs. Alex Pritchett, respondent

In the above stated cause it being made to appear to the Register by the
Affidavit of Complanant that the residence of Respondent is unknown, and
that in belief of affiant Respondent is over the age of 21 years; it is
therefore ordered by the Register that publication be made in the Clayton
Record, a newspaper published in Clayton, Alabama, once a week for four
consecutive weeks, requiring him, the said Alex Pritchett, to plead to,
answer, demur, or other wise defend the allegations of the Bill of Complain
in this cause by the 27 day of January 1934 or thirty days thereafter a
decree pro confesso shall be taken against him.

Done at the office at Clayton, Alabama this 27 day of Dec., 1933

B. H. Baker, Register, D. 29 J. 5-12-19



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