William C. Sapp of Sardis, Georgia died yesterday (4-28-1902) of
Pneumonia. He was one of the best known politicians of Burke County,
11-1-1913 - William D. Sapp of Savannah, Georgia, having
narrowly escaped violent death Thursday afternoon when his gun accidentally
discharged. Last night he died from an attack of heart failure. He
had been playing cards and had just gotten up from the table when he was
stricken. He was very well known in Savannah, Georgia.
Youngblood, W. J., died Thursday after
an illness of little over a year, at the age of 73. Employed with Central
Rail Way. Resided in Waynesboro. Survivors: children, Mrs. V. S.
Smith of Macon, Mrs. W. J. Atkinson and Mr. John Youngblood of Miami, Florida,
Mr. Marian Youngblood of Vienna, and Mrs. Oscar L. Sapp of Waynesboro; brother,
Thomas Youngblood of Dallas, Texas. The Augusta Chronicle, June 11, 1927.
Mrs. Heyward Sapp, died 11-6-1930,
after an illness of three weeks with typhoid fever at the age of 52.
Survivors are: sons, George and Heyward Sapp of Perkins, Ga; daughters, Mrs.
Alma Sapp Reagan, Dallas, Texas, Mrs. May Claxton, Waynesboro, Mrs. Ethel
Greiner of Shell Bluff and Miss Vera Sapp of Waynesboro and several grand
children. Rev. E. M. Overby of the Methodist Church officiating.
Interment being in the family cemetery on the Brookins place. The
pallbearers were: Clifford Harber, M. T. Reeves, Fate Fulcher, Dave Cullen.
Lewis Undertaker in charge of the funeral services.
George Sapp died Wednesday morning,
8-24-1929 at the age of 77 years old. survivors include one brother, H. D.
Sapp and one sister Lula Sapp.
Bennie Sapp, age 13 died 8-31-1929
from a short illness of hemorographic fever at his brothers home, George Sapp.
Burial ground several miles from the city. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Heyward Sapp;
brothers, Heyward Jr. and George Sapp; sisters, Alma Reagan, Texas, Ethel
Greiner, and Vera Sapp of Waynesboro.
5-29-1934 - Isaac Sapp passed away at
18 Gregg St. survived by his wife, Mrs. Lillie Mae Sapp. three children; two
brothers and four sisters. Mays Funeral Parlors. Interment Cedar Grove
Daley C. Sapp - died 8-18-1945, age 47, near Sardis, Georgia,
husband of Mrs. Phronie Shivers Sapp. Funeral services at Alexander Baptist
Church. Interment in Bethel Cemetery. Besides his wife he is survived by one
sister, Mrs. W. M. Brookins (Nellie Sapp) of Burke County, Georgia.
Emory D. Sapp, 70, died Thursday, March 10, 1994, at University
Hospital. The funeral will be at 3 p.m. today at Crowe-Fields Funeral
Home, with the Rev. Rowland Dann officiating. Burial will be in Bethel
Cemetery, Alexander. A native of Jenkins County, had retired as a
carpenter and was a Baptist. Survivors include his wife, Ruth
Forehand Sapp; three sons, Danny Sapp, Donald Sapp and Vernon Sapp,
all of Augusta; two daughters, Glenda Smith and Betty Ridenour, both
of Appling; three brothers, Roy Sapp and Lester Sapp, both of Midville,
and Charlie Sapp, Augusta; and seven grandchildren and a
Viola Sapp, 91, of 1362 Doyle Road, died Monday, June 12, 1995,
at Burke County Hospital. The funeral will be at 2 p.m.
Friday at First McCoy Baptist Church, with the Rev. Judson
Scott officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
Native of Burke County, had lived her last 23 years there.
She was a retired hospital maintenance worker and a member
of First McCoy Baptist Church. Survivors include son, Harold
Sapp, Irvington, N.J.; and six grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be friends of the family. Phinazee and Son
Funeral Home in charge.
Alton Darrel Sapp, Sardis, Georgia, engaged to Annie Marie Osborne,
d/o Floyd B. Lawson, 10-1995.
Palmer Sapp, 77, died Thursday, July 8, 2004. A native
of Jenkins County, a retired machine operator for Graniteville Co. and
member of Green Fork Baptist Church. Funeral services will be 11 a.m.,
Saturday, at the Green Fork Baptist Church with burial in the church
cemetery. Survivors include several nieces and nephews.
Crowe-Fields Funeral Home of Millen.
Roy Sapp, 85, entered into rest Sunday Oct. 17, 2004 at St. Mary’s
Center, Leonardtown, Md.
Funeral services @ 11 a.m. Thursday Oct. 21, at the DeLoach-Kennedy
Chapel with the Rev. Grady Hargrove officiating. Burial will follow at Bethel
Baptist Church Cemetery. Born in Burke County he spent most of his life in
Jenkins County. He was a retired farmer and a Baptist. He was preceded in
death by his son, Roy E. Sapp in 2004. He is survived by a daughter, Runnette S.
Smith of Millen; six sons, Richard D. Sapp of Keysville, Robert D. Sapp of
Millen, Raymond W. Sapp of Mechanicsville, Md., Lewis H. Sapp of Albany, Russell
J. Sapp of Huntingtown, Md., and Randall V. Sapp of Pensacola, Fla. He is also
survived by his brother Lester Sapp of Midville; 22 grandchildren; and 17 great-
grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Shayne Sapp, Joey Sapp, Robert
Sapp, Roy Sapp Sr., Andy Sapp, Scott Sapp, Jeff Sapp, Rodney Sapp and Roy Sapp
Jr. Deloach Funeral Home in charge of Waynesboro, Georgia.
Henry Sapp, died in Bibb County,
Alabama, a soldier in the revolution, age 83; no date mentioned. Ref:
Marriage and Obit Collection, compiled by Bernard J. Henley, Virginia
Newspapers, page 3.