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 Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. February 8, 1995

MRS. ALBERT HARRISON [Ella Louise Levie] DAVIS, SR.

Mrs. Ella Louise Levie Davis, 79, of 110 Minor Avenue, Montezuma, died Monday, January 30, 1995, in Flint River Community Hospital.
A native of Montezuma, Mrs. Davis was born September 28, 1915, the daughter of the late Jewell Manmdyville Levie and Lula Frances Hill Levie. The wife of former Montezuma Mayor, Albert Harrison Davis, she was predeceased by her son, Harlan Mandyville Davis.
Survivors are her husband, Albert H. Davis of Montezuma, two sons, Albert H. Davis, Jr. of Decatur, Ted Gordon Davis of Montezuma, one sister, Mrs. Ila Belle Levie [Mrs. Earle] Bagwell of Spartanburg, S.C., and six grandchildren. Russell Albert Davis and Ashley Anne Davis of Montezuma, Albert Harrison Davis, III, Frank Courtney Davis, Carl Caswell Davis, Mark Levie Davis, all of Decatur, Georgia.
Mrs. Davis was a graduate of Montezuma High school and received a B.S.Degree in Home Economics from the University of Georgia. Much,Much More - Not Copied.
Funeral services were conducted by Dr. Randy Gregg and Dr. Searcy S. Garrison in First Baptist Church at 2 pm Wednesday, February 1, Interment followed in the BERTHA DOZIER MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY. Pallbearers - Not Copied.


 

Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. September 12, 1974

JOSEPH THOMAS DAVIS, SR.

Joseph Thomas Davis, Sr., age 69, died Sunday at his residence in Marshallville after a sudden illness. Services were held at 3 PM Tuesday in the Marshallville Baptist Church. Burial was in the LEBANON CEMETERY in Plains, Ga.
Mr. Davis was a native of Pavo, but had lived in Marshallville for 28 years. He was a retired owner and manager of a grocery store and a member of the Marshallville Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lillian Knowlton Davis of Marshallville; two sons, John Walter Davis of Marshallville and Major Joseph T. Davis, Jr. of Scott Air Force Base, Ill., five grandchildren.


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga.December 8, 1993

MRS. PHILLIP WADE [Tammy Ann Frith] DAVIS

Mrs. Tammy Ann Frith Davis, 26, of Route 1 Ideal, died Tuesday, November 30, 1993 in St. Joseph Hospital in Atlanta.
Mrs. Davis, a native of Berrien County, was born June 15, 1967. She had resided in Macon County for the past eight years and was a homemaker.
Survivors are her husband, Phillip Wade Davis, two sons Vernon Wade Davis and Phillip Lee Davis, and a daughter, Leah Ann Davis, all of Ideal, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Frith of Nashville, Georgia, a sister, Judy Frith Hendley of Nashville and a grandmother, Mrs. J. D. Walker of Nashville.
Services were held Friday, December 3, at 11 am in the chapel of Watson-Mathews Funeral Home, Montezuma, Ga. Burial was in OGLETHORPE MEMORIAL GARDENS with the Rev. Ralph Price, Jr. Officiating.
 


 

From: Guelda Hay’s Macon Co., Ga. Obit Collection  - DATE MISSING after 1993

 TIMOTHY      MONROE       DOMINY

 Oglethorpe – Timothy Monroe Dominy, 60 of Oglethorpe, Ga. passed away Wednesday. Funeral services will be held Friday in the chapel of Watson-Mathews Funeral Home.  Burial will follow in the IDEAL CEMETERY .  Rev. Sidney Clay and Rev. Clarence Kenne will officiate.

  Born in Macon County , Ga. he was the son of the late Francis Monroe Dominy and Louise Hines Dominy.  He was a member of the Ideal Baptist Church and was a U.S.Army Veteran.

  He is survived by his sister, Joan Keller of Oglethorpe , Ga. , brother, William E. Dominy of Clarkesdale , Ga.

Family may be contacted at the Keller Residence, 290 Hines Road , Oglethorpe , Ga. 31068 – Watson-Mathews Funeral Home in Montezuma has charge of arrangements.

 [Note:  Louise Hines Dominy – Born June 3, 1917 – Died June 4, 1990 is buried in Ideal Cemetery .  Louise is Timothy Monroe Dominy’s mother.  He is probably buried near her.]


Citizens & Georgian – Montezuma , Ga.      December 20, 1962

 DR.      NATHAN    MASSEY       DE  VAUGHN

 Dr. Nathan Massey DeVaughn, 46, prominent Augusta physician, died Wednesday, December 12, at his residence following a heart attack.

 Born and reared in Montezuma, Dr. DeVaughn was the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. DeVaughn.  He attended the local high school and was graduated from the University of Georgia School of Medicine in Augusta .  He had practiced medicine in Augusta for 25 years; specializing in diabetes.

 Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Ann Reese and Miss Carla Lou DeVaughn, a son, Nathan M. DeVaughn, and a grandson, DeVaughn Kelly Reese, all of Augusta; two brothers, J. E. DeVaughn of Montezuma and Robert w. DeVaughn of New York City; a niece, Mrs. Harold Guest, Jr. of Montezuma; and four nephews, Ben J. DeVaughn, Carl L. DeVaughn, III, and James DeVaughn, all of Montezuma, and J. H. DeVaughn of Atlanta.

 Funeral services were held Thursday from Poteet Memorial Chapel in Augusta , with graveside rites in FELTON CEMETERY in Montezuma on Friday.

 [Note: Nathan Massey DeVaughn, M.D. – Born January 10, 1916 – Died December 12,  1962 is buried in Felton Cemetery beside his parents: Willie Lou Massey DeVaughn, wife of Carl L. DeVaughn [Feb. 17, 1884 – April 28, 1956] & Carl Linton DeVaughn [Sept. 16, 1877 – July 24, 1933] See his OBIT.]


Citizens & Georgian – Montezuma , Ga.     June 14, 1956

 DR.    HOWARD     CLIFTON       DERRICK,     SR.

 Funeral services for Dr. Howard Clifton Derrick, Sr. 78, prominent Macon County physician who died Friday at a Montezuma hospital following a long illness, were conducted Sunday from the Oglethorpe Lutheran Church.  The Rev. C. A. Phillips, Rev, Henry Thomas, Rev. Melvin York and Rev. Leonard Nichols of Plains, officiated and burial was in the OGLETHORPE CEMETERY .

 Pallbearers were W. E. Webb, III, Merrell English, Herbert Coogle, Cleve Harp, W. H. Martin, Jr. and Merlin Williams.

 A former member of the Macon County School board, Dr. Derrick was a member of the American Medical Association, a 32nd degree Mason, and a member of the Lutheran Church.  He was the oldest practicing physician in this county and in 1952 was awarded a 50 year certificate by the Georgia Medical Association.  Graduating in 1902 from Emory University in Atlanta , Dr. Derrick began his practice in Oglethorpe and had made his home there since that time.

 Survivors include his wife, the former Elvie Jennings of Oglethorpe, a daughter, Mrs. Pauline Derrick Wiggins of Marion, N.C.; four sons, Dr. C. Jennings Derrick of West Palm Beach, Fla., Dr. Howard C. Derrick of LaFayette, Dr. Jesse D. Derrick of Montezuma and W. Stewart Derrick of Atlanta; two sisters, Mrs. D. I. Hite of Columbia S.C. and Mrs. J. D. Dorn of Greenwood, S.C.; two brothers, Ed Derrick and Calvin Derrick; and nine grandchildren.

 Smith Tindol Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

 [Note: Howard C. Derrick. M. D. – Born March 9, 1878 – Died June 8, 1956 is buried in Oglethorpe Cemetery beside his wife, Elvie Jennings Derrick [ June 25, 1882 – December 20, 1958 ]

 [Note:  The Death Date for Howard C. Derrick, M.D. is INCORRECT in “Cemeteries of Macon County”  On pag 182, it reads= Died June 8 1959 – Should read – Died June 8, 1956.]  If you have a copy of this book, please correct this date.


Citizens & Georgian – Montezuma , Ga.        April  28, 1976

 RUPERT   DOUGLAS    DEAL

 Rupert Douglas Deal of California , died Wednesday, April 21, 1976 at a Va. Hospital in Long Beach , California .  He was 61 years of age, a former truck driver and a veteran of the U. S. Navy, having served during World War II.  He was the son of William T. Deal and the late Anna Brannon Deal.

 Services were held Saturday, April 24, 1976 at FELTON CEMETERY with Rev. C. Dick Reese, Jr. officiating.

 Survivors include his father, William T. Deal, Montezuma; three brothers, Heyward Deal of Macon, Larry Deal, Athens, Merrill Deal of Fairfax, S.C.; seven sisters, Mrs. M. D. Murphy of Capps, Alabama , Mrs. C. R. Smith of Albany, Ga., Mrs. H. D. Horne of Moultrie, Ga., Mrs. W. D. Kenney of Athens, Ga., Mrs. Wm. T. Roberts and Mrs. J. H. Andrews of Montezuma, Mrs. J. B. Copp of Macon; several nieces and nephews.

 Funeral arrangements were by Watson-Mathews Funeral Home.

 [Note:  Rupert Douglas Deal S/1 U.S.Navy WW II – Born February 28, 1915 – Died April 21, 1976 is buried in Felton Cemetery beside Pearl Brannon Deal [1890 – 1975] & William Pryor Deal [1885 – 1980]

[Note: I am wondering if his father’s name was William P. rather than William T. Deal as written above?]


Citizens & Georgian – Montezuma , Ga. November 10, 1976  

MRS.    OPAL    PARKER    DAVIDSON

Services for Mrs. Opal Parker Davidson, 69, who died Monday in an Augusta hospital, were held Wednesday, November 10, in Reese Park Chapel.  Burial was in MARSHALLVILLE CEMETERY .

 Mrs. Davidson, a native of Ashland , Alabama lived in Americus many years.  She was a member of Central Baptist Church .

 Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Price L.  Reinert of Augusta; her mother, Mrs. W. D. Parker of Augusta ; three sisters, Mrs. W. W.  Parker of Tampa , Fla. Mrs. J. S. Overton of Augusta and Mrs. Weston C. Brooks of Charlotte, N.C.

 [Note: I do NOT find a marked grave in Marshallville Cemetery for Mrs. Opal Parker Davidson – HOWEVER, I do find that her parents William D. Parker [born March 13, 1880 – Died July 7, 1951 – OBIT] & her mother, Melvina Bishop Parker [Born April 8, 1889 – died March 9, 1977] are buried in Bertha Dozier Memorial Park Cemetery in Montezuma, Ga.]


 Citizens & Georgian – Montezuma , Ga.   October 22, 1975

 WAITSELL   LEWIS   DENNIS

   Waitsell Lewis Dennis, age 49, died October 13, 1975 at his home in Atlanta .  He was originally from High Point , North Carolina but had lived in Atlanta for the past 15 years.  He was a carpenter and construction worker.  He was a World War II Veteran and of the Baptist Denomination.

 Funeral services for Mr. Dennis were held Thursday, October 16, from the Watson-Mathews Funeral Chapel with Rev. C. G. Ward officiating.  Burial was in BERTHA DOZIER MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY. 

 Pallbearers were Artis Lockerman, Douglas Hawk, Douglas Griggers and Gorden Brown.

 Surviving Mr. Waitsell are his wife, Mrs. Clifford Parks Dennis of Atlanta; three sisters, Mrs. Leonard Dunlap and Mrs. C. E. Willard of High Point , N.C. , Mrs. Richard Thompson of Mebane , N.C. ; five brothers, L. C. Dennis of High Point, Bill Dennis of Hendersonville, N.C., Lloyd Dennis of Mebane, N.C., Herman Dennis of Chicago and Joe Dennis of Ft. Wayne, Indiana.

 Funeral arrangements were by Watson-Mathews.

 [Note:  Waitsell L. Dennis – Born 1925 – Died 1975 is buried in Bertha Dozier Memorial Park Cemetery.] S/Sgt. U.S.Army


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. October 23, 1969

EUGENE DUNN FUNERAL NOTICE -
Services for Eugene Dunn, 38, who died Monday in a Columbus Hospital, were held Wednesday at PLEASANT GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH.

The Rev. J. W. Hudson officiated with burial in the church cemetery.
Mr. Dunn was a resident of Taylor County for 30 years.
Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver F. Dunn of Butler; a brother, Larry Dunn of Butler; three sisters, Mrs. James Stafford of Oglethorpe, Mrs. Gene Williams of Columbus, and Mrs. Howard Gunter of Jacksonville, Fla.; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Crook of Nashville, Ga.
Goddard Funeral Home of Reynolds was in charge.
[Note: Nuby Eugene Dunn - Born September 20, 1931 - Died October 20, 1969 is buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery James E. crook CSA

Macon County Citizen - Oglethorpe, Ga. April 12, 1929
OTIS B. DE VAUGHN DIED IN MONTEZUMA - Funeral services were conducted from the residence Sunday for Mr. Otis DeVaughn, 48, who died very suddenly Saturday morning. Mr. DeVaughn had an attack of Flu several weeks ago from which he never recovered though for the past two weeks he had been up and about town. Saturday morning in the midst of a telephone conversation he fell to the floor dead.
Mr. DeVaughn was a member of one of the most prominent families in this section and the youngest son of the late J. E. DeVaughn and Sallie McLendon DeVaughn, pioneer developers of Montezuma and Macon County.
He is survived by his widow, who be her marriage was Miss Lollie of Cordele, one daughter, Alfreda, two sons, Otis Henri, and William, two brothers, MN. S. and C. L. DeVaughn of this city, and two sisters, Mrs. Duke Pierce and Mrs. Rosa Polhill of Hawkinsville.
Much - not copied.
[Note: I do not find a marked grave in Felton Cemetery where his parents are buried or in "Cemeteries of Macon County" BUT the obit does not say he is buried in Felton.


Macon County Citizen - Oglethorpe, Ga. April 16, 1926

MRS. JENNIE B. DENNIS
Mrs. Jennie B. Dennis, 76, widow of the late Thomas H. Dennis, died at the Home of the Aged, 2227 St. John Avenue, yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock after a long illness.[Jacksonville, Fl.]
Mrs. Dennis was well known throughout the state of Florida and Gerogia. Her amiable disposition and Christian character endeared her to countless friends who will be grieved to learn of her death.
Surviving is one daughter, Mrs. Henrietta Harris of Jacksonville, Fla. and one son, Thomas B. Dennis of Sioux City, Iowa..
The funeral services will be held this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the home of Mrs. Wm. C. Cooper, Jr. 27 West Ashley Street.[Jacksonville, F.]
The body accompanied by the bereaved daughter will be taken to MONTEZUMA, GA. to where interment will be made beside the deceased husband in the family plot in that city.
The above from a Jacksonville newspaper. Mrs. Dennis was reared in this (Macon Co.) county and spent a great part of her life here. She leaves here a great many relatives, among whom is Mr. J. O. L. Jolly, a nephew to whose home the remains were carried until the interment.
[Note: Asa Jolly married Anna R., the widow of Dr. Tom
Dennis. She had children: Julian P Dennis, Hugh N. Dennis, Mary R. Dennis, Thomas B. Dennis and Susan E. Dennis]
[Note: There are no MARKED GRAVES for either Jennie
B. Dennis or her husband Thomas H. Dennis]
If anyone knows where Dr. Tom Dennis is buried or Asa
Jolly and his second wife, Anna R.( ) Dennis/Jolly are
buried, please let me know.] Thanks DVC


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. July 13, 1967

DWIGHT - LANDERS - CHILDERS - GREENE

MISS CARRIE DWIGHT, 69 FUNERAL SERVICES

Funeral services for Miss Carrie Dwight, 69, who died Tuesday in the Ideal Nursing Home after an extended illness, were held Wednesday in the Pine Level Methodist Church. The Rev. Clifton Brooks, the Rev. Laurance Russ and the Rev. Clarence Keene officiated with burial in PINE LEVEL METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY. Miss Dwight was a native of Macon County. She was a member of the Pine Level Methodist Church. Survivors include one niece, Mrs. Alvin E. Landers of Warner Robins; and four nephews, Vernon Childers, Cordele O. Dean Childers and G. L. Dwight of Macon and Jerry Dwight of Warner Robins. Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge. [Note: Carrie Greene Dwight - Born 1898 - Died July 11, 1967 is buried in Pine Level Cemetery beside her parents, Franklin M. Dwight [1867-1908] and Nancy Greene Dwight [1872-1949] See Obit for Nancy Greene Dwight on Macon Co., Ga. Website.]


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. August 24, 1967
DAVIS - PENNINGTON - HERRING - SHIVERS - BACON - MILLER
MRS. E. L.[Aline ? Pennington] DAVIS, 65 Died August 14, 1967
Mrs. E. L. Davis, 65 of Atlanta, was killed instantly in an auto-train accident near Jackson on Monday, August 14. The accident occurred around noon at a country crossing. The victim's husband was seriously injured and is hospitalized in Atlanta. Mrs. Davis was born and reared in Montezuma, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Pennington. She is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Lutie Herring of Montezuma, Mrs. Mary P. Shivers of Macon, Mrs. Betty Bacon of Plains, and Mrs. Lillian Miller of Palmetto, Fla.; and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held on Thursday, August 17, at Spring Hill Funeral Home in Atlanta. The Rev. W. T. Booth, officiated and burial was in WESTVIEW ABBEY. [Note: The given name of Mrs. Davis does not appear in the obit, but, according to the 1920 Macon Co., Ga. Census, the Penningtons have a daughter 18 years of age named Aline and another named Lillian]


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. November 2, 1972

ROBERT WILSON DE VAUGHN

Robert Wilson DeVaughn, age 46, died suddenly at his home in Washington, D. C., Thursday, October 26, 1972.
Funeral services were held at 2 PM Saturday at FELTON CEMETERY with Rev. Homer Fowler officiating.
Mr. DeVaughn was a native of Montezuma and a member of the Montezuma Baptist Church. He was a graduate of the University of Georgia. His parents were the late Carl DeVaughn and Willie Lou Massey DeVaughn of Montezuma. He is survived by one brother, J. E. DeVaughn of Montezuma.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

[Note: Robert Wilson DeVaughn - Born - October 3, 1926 - Died October 26, 1972 is buried in Felton Cemetery in the DeVaughn Family Lot.


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. January 7, 1971

WILLIAM BENJAMIN DIXON

Funeral services for M/Sgt. [Ret] William B. Dixon, 56, of Columbus, Georgia were held Sunday, December 27, from the Glenn Anthony Baptist Church of Columbus. Burial was in RIVERSIDE CEMETERY, Rev. Haskell White officiated. Military Honors were accorded at the graveside.
Mr. Dixon was born September 17, 1914 in Peach County, a son of the late James Homer and Jossie [Poole] Dixon He passed away Christmas Eve at the Medical Center in Columbus.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Estelle Collins Dixon of Columbus; a son, Robert W. Dixon of Columbus; four brothers, Swain Dixon of Perry, Ralph Dixon of Montezuma, Fred Dixon of Ideal, Douglas Dixon of Fort Valley; three sisters, Mrs. Louise Smith of Montezuma, Mrs. Ann Smith of Marshallville and Mrs. Sara Lilse of Columbus and several nieces and nephews.
 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga.  November 8, 1962

MRS.  JOHN  L.  [Lizzie Rhea Lane] DAVIS

Graveside Services Held Friday For Mrs. Davis, 31.
Funeral services for Mrs. Lizzie Rhea Davis, 31, who died Monday, October 29, were held at the graveside in BERTHA DOZIER MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY, Friday. The Rev. C. G. Ward officiated.
  A native of Taylor County, Mrs. Davis lived here for most of her life. A graduate of Montezuma High School, she was an employee of Southern Frozen Foods, Inc. and a member of the First Baptist Church.
  Surviving are her husband, Sgt. John L. Davis of Anchorage, Alaska; three daughters, Donna Davis, Susan Davis and Karen Davis, all of Montezuma; two brothers, A. C. Lane of Dayton, Tenn. and Ferman Lane of Montezuma; a sister, Mrs. Fred Dropulick of Idaho; and a number of nieces and nephews.
  Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

[Note: Lizzie Rhea Lane Davis [1931 - 1962] is buried in Bertha Dozier Cemetery.
 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. November 1, 1962

MARVIN  EUGENE  DUKE

Funeral Services Held Wednesday For Marvin Duke -
Funeral services for Marvin Eugene Duke, 28, of Montezuma, were conducted Wednesday, October 31, from Reese Park Chapel in Americus. The Rev. C. G. Ward officiated and interment was in OAK GROVE CEMETERY in Americus.
  Pallbearers were Tom Hall, Jimmy Still, Marvin Edwards, Gordon Wellson, Oren Eason and W. C. Harpe.
  A native of Dougherty County, Mr. Duke had lived in Montezuma for the past eighteen months and was a member of the Montezuma Baptist Church. He was employed as a salesman with Tom Hall Motors, Inc.
  Survivors include his wife, the former Allie Ruth Joiner, and two children, Terri Ruth Duke 6, and Marvin Duke, Jr. 3, all of Montezuma; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Duke of Lee County; two sisters, Mrs. Betty Hooks of Perry and Mrs. Marjie Smith of Americus; two brothers, Bobby Duke of Americus and Billy Duke of Cordele.
 


Macon County Citizen - Montezuma Georgian [Merged Oct. 1931]  June 30, 1932

DAVIS  INFANT

In the "Englishville News" section I found:
We sympathize with Mrs. Ozier Davis in her recent illness and the death of her little baby son who was born and died Friday night.  The little body was laid to rest in the MT. ZION LUTHERAN CEMETERY on Saturday.

[Note: I have found no other mention of this family - There is NOT a marked grave for this infant]
 


Macon County Citizen - Montezuma Georgian [Merged Oct. 1931]  April 28, 1932

MRS.  GEORGE  L.  [Berta]  DOLES

Marshallville Woman Claimed By Death
Marshallville, Ga. April 27, - Funeral services were held Tuesday at the First Methodist Church for Mrs. Berta Doles, who died in Bainbridge after a brief illness.  Rev. W. S. Wright, pastor of the Methodist Church officiated.
  Mrs. Doles had lived in Marshallville a number of years but moved to Bainbridge.
  The body was interred in the MARSHALLVILLE CEMETERY.
  She is survived by her husband [not named] and a number of relatives in central Georgia.

[Note: I do NOT find a marked grave in "Cemeteries of Macon County" in the Marshallville Cemetery for Berta Doles HOWEVER, she lived in Marshallville 1910 census with her husband, George L. Doles and there is an UNMARKED ADULT GRAVE in Lot No., 122 Doles Lot which adjoins the Doles Lot 123 where her husband's brother, Jesse Thomas Doles [1870 - 1947] Obit  and their Mother, Mary C. [Kimble] Doles [1836 - 1910] are buried.
 


Macon County Citizen - Oglethorpe, Ga. January 17, 1930

MRS.  JAMES  M.  [Adela Byrom] DUPREE

Mrs. James Dupree Claimed By Death.
Mrs. Adela Byrom Dupree, 77, of Spalding, died at her home on the morning of January 11.
  Mrs. Dupree was a native of Georgia, and during her life made her home in this immediate district.  She was born in Houston County and after her marriage to Mr. James Dupree in 1873 moved to Montezuma.
  Montezuma was on a boom when Mrs. Dupree and her husband came here to make their home, and they were unable to get a house in town, so they moved to Spalding and occupied the house that is now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Galaher.
  Mrs. Dupree, before her marriage was Miss Adela Byrom. She was a graduate of Wesleyan College, having finished there with the class of 1871. She later attended school in Salem, N.C. She married Mr. J. M. Dupree in 1873 and it was in this year that she came to Montezuma to make her future home. Since the death of her husband in 1913, Mrs. Dupree has lived with her daughter, Mr. H. N. Galaher at Spalding.
  Mrs. Dupree was a member of the Methodist Church and while active, played an important part in it activities.
  The deceased is survived by one daughter, Mrs. H. N. Galaher of Montezuma and [son], Mr. J. M. Dupree of Byromville, Ga.
  Interment took place in FELTON'S  CEMETERY and Rev. H. C. Jones, pastor of the Montezuma Methodist Church conducted the services.

[Note: Adela B. DuPree [ December 20, 1852 - January 11, 1930] is buried in Felton Cemetery beside her husband, James M. DuPree [July 17, 1850 - January 31, 1913]

 


 

Macon County Citizen - Oglethorpe, Ga.  December 6, 1929

GEORGE  L.  DWIGHT

Death Takes Mr. Geo. L. Dwight Monday.
  Mr. Geo. L. Dwight, prominent planter died at his residence in the Garden Valley District, early Monday morning.  Mr. Dwight had been in ill health for the past three years, while up until a very few days ago, he was able to be up and attend to business.  He was one of the largest planters in this section, and up until four years ago, operated on a vey largbe scale.  For years he was Superintendent of the Reynolds Public Schools and it was here that he became well known over this entire section as a leading educator.  Some twenty years ago, however, he resigned to devote his entire time to his farming interests and at one time was said to bne one of the largest planters in Central Georgia.  He always took a leading part in every movement for the betterment of his community, and had a host of friends in every walk of life.
  Funeral services were held at Garden Valley Tuesday.

[Note: G. L. Dwight [1864 - December 3, 1929] is buried in PLEASANT  GROVE  CEMETERY]
[Note: No survivors are mentioned.]
 


Mrs. James Frederick [Drucilla Missouri] Daniel

The Macon County Citizen - Oglethorpe, Ga. May 17, 1912
Found in: 'The Week's Local News" - Mrs. Missouri Daniels, widow and relic of the late J. F. Daniels, died at her home near Garden Valley Tuesday night, Mrs. Daniels had not been in the best of health for quite a while, though her death was rather sudden and unexpected, as she had been up and about her household duties the day previous, and ate a hearty supper before retiring Tuesday night.
Interment was had at Pleasant Grove Cemetery Thursday. She was a good Christian woman, and will be missed in her community. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. A. W. English of Terrell County and two sons, W. F. Daniel of Bibb County and J. M. Daniel of this county, to all of whom the Citizen extends sympathy.
[Note: Drucilla M.[Missouri] Daniel - Born October 16 1836 - Died [No death Date - but she died 5-14-1912] and is buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery beside her husband, James Frederick Daniel [Oct. 20, 1834 - Dec. 26, 1905] CSA.


From: Guelda Hay’s Macon Co., Ga. Obit Collection  - DATE MISSING after 1993

Citizens & Georgian – Montezuma, Ga.  September 8, 1955

 CHARLES      THOMAS     DAVIS

 Charles T. Davis, 79, Passes Here Sept. 1`.

Funeral services for Charles Thomas Davis, 79, who died at his home in Montezuma Thursday, Sept. 1, were held Friday afternoon at the graveside in BERTHA DOZIER MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY.  The Rev. C. G. Ward officiated.

  Mr. Davis was a veteran of the SPANISH-AMERICAN War. He was a member of the Baptist Church.

  Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. L. J. Spradley, Jr. and Mrs. Frank Moore, both of Montezuma; one sister, Miss Tiny Davis of Montezuma, 14 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren.

  Smith Tindol Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

 

[Note: Charles Thomas Davis [ October 6, 1877 – September 1, 1955] is buried in Bertha Dozier Cemetery beside his sister, Tynie Davis [8-12-1878 – 4-19-1970] and his daughter, Ethel Davis Spradley [1900 – 1988] and son-in-law, Lyttle James Spradley, Jr. [1898 – 8-13-1971] See his obit.]


 

Citizens & Georgian – Montezuma, Ga.  October 27, 1982

MRS.  JAMES  DANIEL  [Bertha Hardage]  DUNMON

  Mrs. Bertha Hardage Dunmon, age 80, of Oglethorpe, Georgia, died Monday, October 18, 1982, in the Montezuma Health Care Center.  Funeral services were held at 3:00 pm Wednesday, October 20, in the Whitewater Baptist Church. Burial was in PINE LEVEL METHODIST CHURCH CEMETERY.  The Rev. Gene Wilson and The Rev. Earl Dunmon officiated.

  Mrs. Dunmon was born October 27, 1901, in Upson County, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hardage. She had resided in Oglethorpe for the past 50 years, was a homemaker and a member of Whitewater Baptist Church.  She was the wife of the late James Daniel Dunmon.

  Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Rufus C. Jones of Oglethorpe, one sister, Mrs. Berta H. Jones of Milledgeville, two granddaughters, Mrs. Angela J. Denham of Blytheville, Arkansas, Mrs. Evelyn J. Duke of Montezuma, 2 grndsaons, Wayne Dunmon and Curtis Dunmon, both of Oglethorpe, one great-granddaughter. Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge.


Macon County Citizen - Oglethorpe, Ga. June 6, 1930

MRS. JOSEPH F. [Matilda Bryan] DENT

Mrs. Dent Dies Near Miona Springs
The community was saddened by the death of Mrs. Matilda Dent last Thursday. She was in her seventieth year, her long and useful life was spent in Macon County. She was a great sufferer for many years of her life but it was said of her that we will miss the help so willingly rendered in sickness. When a young girl, she gave her heart and life to Christ, and ever afterward served him whole hearted.
She leaves six sons: M. C. Dent, W. O. Dent, J. T. Dent and B. R. Dent, [Only names of four are given.]Two daughters, Mrs. Ellora Hobbs and Mrs. Emma Oliver, all of Macon County. One sister, Mrs. J. L. Welch, two brothers, William and Jesse Bryan.
The funeral services were held at PLEASANT GROVE CHURCH, interment was in the Church Cemetery. The services were conducted by the pastor, Rev. E. L. Jenkins. Many floral designs, tokens of esteem in which she was held. Those acting as pallbearers were: J. T. Jones, William Horton, Homer Stonacher, H. E. Cosey, Clem Adams and William Wilson.

[Note: Mrs. J. F. Dent [1861 - 1930] is buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery beside her husband, Joseph F. Dent [2-22-1864 - 1-19-1922] Obit.


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. September 16, 1954

MRS. THOMAS J. [Susie Simmons] DYKES, SR.

Final Services This Afternoon For Mrs. Susie S. Dykes.

Mrs. Susie Dykes, beloved citizen of Montezuma, died unexpectedly Tuesday in a local hospital. She was born December 11, 1877 in Houston County, the daughter of the late Dr. John M. and Mary Slappey Simmons. She was the widow of the late T. J. Dykes, Sr.

She was an active member of the Montezuma Baptist Church; a member of the Montezuma Garden Club; and a prominent member of the W.M.U. of which organization she had held several offices.

She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. John W. Armistead of Daytona Beach, Fla.; two sons, Thomas J. Dykes, Jr. of Montezuma and J. Robert Dykes of Daytona Beach, Fla.; three grandchildrten and one great grandchild.

Funeral services will be held this afternoon [Thursday] from the First Baptist Church of Montezuma with the Rev. C. G. Ward and the Rev. B. E. Donehoo officiating. Interment will be in the FELTON CEMETERY. Pallbearers & Honorary Escort - Not Copied. Smith-Tindol Funeral Home was in charge.

[Note: Susie Simmons Dykes [December 11, 1877 - September 14, 1954] is buried in Felton Cemetery beside her husband, Thomas J. Dykes [September 1, 1876 - September 19. 1932] See his Obit.


Citizens &Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. October 21, 1987

MRS. J. MILTON [Elzie Morgan] DILLARD

Mrs. Elzie Morgan Dillard, 79, of Raleigfh, N. C. died
Thursday, October 15, 1987. Funeral services were held at
11 AM Saturday, October 17, at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in
Raleigh. Burial was in THE OAKWOOD CEMETERY in Raleigh, N.C.
Mrs. Dillard was born in Oglethorpe, Ga.
Her parents were Thomas Harry Morgan and Virginia Joiner Morgan.
Survivors are hus husband, J. Milton Dillard and one sister,
Mrs. Lucille Chapman of Oglethorpe.
Funeral arrangements were handled by Brown-Wynne Funeral Home in Raleigh, N.C.
 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga.  April 9, 1986

 MRS.   RALPH  MOYE   [Mary  Frances  Justice]  DE LOACH,  SR.

   Mrs. Mary Frances Justice DeLoach, 79, of Montezuma, Georgia, died Wednesday, April 2, in the Macon County Medical Center.  Funeral services were held at 3 pm Friday, April 4, in Corinth United Methodist Church.  The Rev. Bill McClellan officiated and burial was in OGLETHORPE MEMORIAL GARDENS CEMETERY.

  Mrs. DeLoach, a former resident of Oglethorpe, was born in Schley County, June 8, 1906, the daughter of Bartow Justice and Susie Allen Justice.  She was a homemaker, a member of Corinth United Methodist Church and the wife of the late Ralph Moye DeLoach.

  Survivors are three sons, Ralph M. DeLoach, Jr. of Greenville, Ga.,  Ben C. DeLoach of Montezuma, Ga., Larry C. DeLoach of Ellaville; five daughters, Mrs. Sue D. Vulgamore of Belle Glade, Florida, Mrs. Joyce Goodbread of South Bay, Florida, Mrs. Margaret Jackson of Centerville, Ga., Mrs. Gladys Christian of Stockbridge, Ga. Mrs. Mary Jane Driver of Montezuma; twenty-nine grandchildren, twenty-two great grandchildren.

  Grandsons served as pallbearers.

  Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

 

[Note: Mary Justice DeLoach  -  Born June 8, 1906  -  April 2, 1986 is buried in Oglethorpe Cemetery beside her husband, Ralph Moye DeLoach  [9-3-1903 - 4-23-1925]


Citizens & Georgian – Montezuma, Ga. April 3, 1969

LEWIS DANIEL


Funeral services for Lewis Daniel, age 68, who died in a local hospital early Friday morning were held Saturday, March 29th at the Montezuma United Methodist Church with burial in BERTHA DOZIER MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY. The Rev. Emory C. Gilbert and the Rev. C. G. Ward officiated.
Married in 1927 to the former Eleanor Wall of Schley County, Mr. Daniel worked for General Motors in Pontiac, Michigan 2 & ½ years and later moved to Schley County where he operated a store for five years. In 1931 Mr. Daniel and family moved to Macon County where he owned and operated Five Points Grocery for 35 year. – More not copied.
Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Eleanor Wall Daniel, Montezuma; three daughters, Mrs. R. B. Thompson of Columbus, Mrs. W. O. Bassford of Valdosta and Mrs. G. D. Stafford of Vienna; four brothers, O. L. Daniel of Knowville, Tenn., R. K. Daniel of Waycross, W. I. Daniel of Durham, NC and Cecil Daniel of Columbus; two sisters, Mrs. Lyla Jordan of Ellaville and Mrs. W. L. Goodroe of Columbus and six grandchildren.
Pallbearers – not copied.
[Note: Lewis Daniel – Born September 24, 1900 – Died March 28, 1969 is buried in Bertha Dozier Memorial Park Cemetery beside his wife, Eleanor Wall Daniel [March 25, 1905 – August 1, 1989]

Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. May 23, 1991

MRS. M. C. [Edna Mae Adcock] DENTON

Mrs. Edna Mae Adcock Denton, 73, of Route 1, Andersonville, died Friday, May 17, 1991 at her home.
Funeral services were held at 2:00 pm Sunday, May 19, in the Oglethorpe Baptist Church, with burial in OGLETHORPE MEM0RIAL GARDENS. The Rev. Bill Givens, pastor and Sheila Cross, Minister of Music officiated.
Mrs. Denton, a native of Oxford, N.C. was born March 20, 1918, the daughter of Susie and Gus Adcock. She had resided in Andersonville for the past 46 years, was a homemaker and a member of Oglethorpe Baptist Church.
Survivors are, her husband, M. C. Denton of; [does not say where] a daughter, Mrs. Patsy Jarrell of Reynolds; two sons, Gus Denton and Al Denton, both of Sandersville; three sisters, Mrs. Ralph Batten of Portsmouth, Va., Mrs. J. P. Fleshood of Lawrenville, Va., Mrs. Ray Reyes of Richmond, Va.; a brother, Jimmy Adcock of LaCross, Va.; seven grandchildren.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home of Montezuma was in charge of arrangements.
Pallbearers - Not Copied.

[Note: Edna Adcock Denton, "Mama" - Born March 20, 1918 - Died May 17, 1991 is buried in Oglethorpe Cemetery]

Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. April 27, 1994

MARVIN DARIUS [Mike] DENTON, SR.

Mr. Marvin Darius [Mike] Denton, 84, of Route 1 Andersonville, Ga., died Monday, April 18, 1994
 in the Oaks Nursing Home in Marshallville, Ga.
Services were held at 2 pm Wednesday, April 20, in the Oglethorpe Baptist Church. Burial was in
OGLETHORPE MEMORIAL GARDENS CEMETERY, with the Rev. Bill Deakins and the Rev. Bill Givens officiating.
Mr. Denton, the son of P. A. Denton and Eldora Hicks Denton, was born May 31, 1909 in
Lincolnton, N.C. He had resided in Andersonville since 1945 and was a self employed
carpenter and was a member of the Oglethorpe Baptist Church.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Josephine Rogers Denton of Andersonville, a daughter,
Mrs. Mary J. Peacock of Americus, a son, Marvin D. Denton, Jr. of Milledgeville,
 two brothers, Luther Denton of Keysville, Va., M. C. [Jake] Denton of Andersonville,
four grandchildren, three great-grandchildren.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
 


 

Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. June 3, 1992

MRS. FREDERICK M. [Doris Lucille Albritton] DIXON

Mrs. Doris Lucille Albritton Dixon, 76, of Poplar Street, Ideal, died Thursdy, May 28, 1992 in Flint River Community Hospital in Montezuma.
Services were held at 11 am Saturday, May 30, in Ideal Baptist Church with the Revs. Sidney Clay and Bill Givens officiating. Burial was in IDEAL CITY CEMETERY.
Mrs. Dixon, a native of Taylor County was born April 18, 1916, the daughter of John J. Albritton and Ida Jones Albritton. She had resided in Macon County for most of her life, was a homemaker, a member of Ideal Baptist Church and the wife of the late Frederick M. Dixon.
Survivors are three sons, Frederick M. Dixon, Jr. of Warner Robins, Johnny L. Dixon of Americus, Gary Dixon of Oglethorpe, a daughter, Mrs. Lutricia Johnson of Oglethorpe, three brothers, Homer R. Albritton, Felton F. Albritton, both of Ideal, Maurice J. Albritton of Meansville, a sister, Mrs. Maxie James of Panama City, Fl. and six grandchildren.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home in Montezuma was in charge of arrangements.

[Note: Doris Lucille Albritton Dixon - Born April 18, 1916 - Died May 28, 1992 is buried in Ideal Cemetery beside her husband, Frederick M. Dixon [Oct. 6, 1919 - May 17, 1981] WW II]

Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. Wednesday, July 1, 1992

MRS. JOSEPH ABSOLOM [Era Jewel Justice] DUKE

Mrs. Jewell Justice Duke, 90, of Sumter Street, Oglethorpe, died Wednesday, June 24, 1992 in Magnolia Manor Nursing Center in Americus.
Funeral services were held at 11 am Saturday, June 27, in the Oglethorpe United Methodist Church with the Rev. Jimmy Sharp officiating. Burial was in OGLETHORPE MEMORIAL GARDENS CEMETERY.
Mrs. Duke, a native of Sumter County, was born October 3, 1901, the daughter of Henderson Justice and Bertie Rooks Justice. She had resided in Macon County since 1945, was a homemaker and a member of the Oglethorpe United Methodist Church. She was the wife of the late J. A. Duke.
Surivors are two sons, N. E. Duke of Thomaston, Buford E. Duke of Albany, three daughters, Mrs. W. T. Loman, Jr. of Americus, Mrs. W. V. Ludwig of San Jose, California, Mrs. C. H. Prescott of Milledgeville, three sisters, Mrs. J. O. Smith of Americus, Mrs. H. J. Greene of Ellaville, Mrs. Elton Robinson of Rochelle, a brother, Lanier Justice of Andersonville, 21 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren.
Donations may be made to the League of the Good Samaritan, Magnolia Manor in Americus or to the Oglethorpe United Methodist Church in Oglethorpe.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

[Note: Era Jewel Duke - Born October 3, 1901 - Died June 24, 1992 is buried in Oglethorpe Cemetery beside her husband, Joseph Absolom Duke -[June 25, 1897 - Nov. 17, 1982] Obit


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. July 23, 1986

LEWIS A. DUNCAN

Mr. Lewis A. Duncan, 76, of Potterville in Taylor County, died Monday, July 14, at his home after an extended illness.
Funeral services were held July 16 at 3 PM at Mt. Olive Baptist Church in Potterville. Burial was in the MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY. Rev. Hubert Arnold and Rev. A. G. Windham officiated.
Pallbearers were his gransons, Michael Duncan, Scott Duncan, John Paul Duncan, Ronnie Busbee, Bobby Busbee and Jeff Busbee.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Glanice Youngblood Duncan of Potterville; 5 sons, John David Duncan and Randall Duncan of Potterville, Fred Duncan of Oglethorpe, Lester Duncan of Butler, Joseph Duncan of U. S. Navy, Norfolk, Va.; 2 daughters, Mrs. Paul Busbee of Potterville and Mrs. Butch Felker of Oglethorpe; three brothers, Lee Duncan and John Harvey Duncan of Butler and George Duncan of San Diego, Calif, and 22 grandchildren.
Goddard Funeral Home of Reynolds had charge of arrangements.
 

Citizen & Georgian – Montezuma, Ga. July 29, 1971

EDGAR BROWN DYKES

Edgar Brown Dykes, a resident of Macon, Georgia, passed away July 25, in a Warner Robins Nursing home at the age of 78.
Mr. Dykes was State Representative of Dooly County from 1921 – 1926. He then moved to Atlanta and was a prominent lawyer for thirty years. He was a Methodist, Veteran of World War I and a native of Folkston, Georgia.
Graveside services were held Tuesday, July 27, from the FELTON CEMETERY in Montezuma with Rev. R. O. Edenfield officiating.
His survivors include his widow, Mrs. Alma Owens Dykes of Macon; one daughter, Mrs. Joe M. Long of Bethesda, Maryland; two grandchildren, Joe and John Long of Bethesda; four sisters, Mrs. Henry Barber of Moultrie, Ga., Mrs. T. S. Green of Tallahassee, Fl., Mrs. A. L. Lavelle of Daytona, Fl. And Mrs. W. B. Stockesbury of Gainesville, Fl; three brothers, M. M. Dukes of Columbus, Ga. Sidney Dykes of Columbus, Ga. and Faine Dykes of Georgetown, Ga.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home of Montezuma was in charge.
[Note: Edgar Brown Dykes – Born November 22, 1893 – Died July 25, 1971 is buried in Felton Cemetery beside his wife, Alma Owens Dykes [ June 18, 1897 – Feb. 7, 1980]

 

Newspaper Unknown - September 4, 1995 - From Guelda's Macon County Obit Collection

MRS. JAMES HARMON [Susie Hines] DOMINY

Ideal - Services for Susie Hines Dominy will be at 2 pm today in Ideal Baptist Church with burial in IDEAL CITY CEMETERY. Dominy, 80, died Monday. She was a homemaker and was retired from Montezuma Knitting Mill. She was a member of Ideal Baptist Church and was the widow of James H. Dominy.
Survivors include her daughters, Patsy English of Oglethorpe, and Jane Price of Ideal; sister, Gladys H. Johnson of Dublin; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home in Montezuma has charge of arrangements

[Note: Susie Ophelia Hines Dominy - Born 1914 - Died 1995 is buried in Ideal Cemetery beside her husband, James Harmon Dominy [1904 - 1965] See his obit
 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Gerogia February 1, 1984

MRS. BERTA [Williams] DENT

Mrs. Berta Williams Dent, 85, formerly of 757 Pineview Drive, Macon, Ga., died Friday, January 27, 1984. Funeral services were held at 1:30 pm Saturday, January 28 in EVERGREEN CEMETERY. Dr. Bobby Johns officiated.
Mrs. Dent, a native of Montezuma, had lived in Macon most of her life. She was retired from Warner Robins Air Force Base and was a member of Mable White Memorial Baptist Church.
Survivors include two brothers, Thomas Williams of Macon and Ruben Williams of Ideal; one sister, Mrs. Paul Pouts of Gainesville, Ga. several nieces and nephews.

[Note: I do not have a record of Berta Williams' husband, ________Dent. They were most likely married in Bibb Co., Ga. & after 1942 per her Father's obit. Anyone knowing his name and anything about him, PLEASE RESPOND.]

 


Newspaper Unknown - March - 2002

TIMOTHY MONROE DOMINY

Oglethorpe - Timothy Monroe Dominy, 60, of Oglethorpe, Ga. passed aweay Wednesday. Funeral services will be held Friday at 3 pm in the chapel of Watson Mathews Funeral Home. Burial will follow in the IDEAL CITY CEMETERY. Reverend Sidney Clay and Reverend Clarence Keene will officiate.
Born in Macon County, Ga., he was the son of the late Francis Monroe Dominy and Louise Hines Dominy. He was a member of the Ideal Baptist Church and was a U.S.Army Veteran.
He is survived by his sister, Joan Keller of Oglethorpe, Ga. brother, William E. Dominy of Clarkesdale, Ga.
Family may be contacted at the Keller residence. Watson-Mathews Funeral Home in Montezuma has charge of arrangements.
 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. February 29, 1984

MRS. HENRY HARVEY [Nell Fields] DOVER

Mrs. Nell Fields Dover, a member of a pioneer Macon County family, died Friday, Frbruary 24, 1984 at Macon County Medical Center in Montezuma. She was 87 years of age.
Mrs. Dover and her late sister, Myrtis Fields, were the only children of William G. Fields and Emma Massey. Born at Fields Station, they were life long residents of this community.
Orphaned at an early age, Mrs. Dover and her sister were raised by their grandmother, Mrs. Seth Spencer Fields and their aunt, Mrs. Lula Fields Brown of Montezuma.
She was married to the late Harvey H. Dover, also a life long resident of this area.
A graduate of Mercer University and a member of the faculty of the Fort Valley elementary school for most of her teaching career, she was honored on her retirement in 1961 with a civic banquet.
She was a devoted and loyal member of Montezuma First Baptist Church for the last 75 years, where funeral services were held, February 26, 1984, with the Rev. Larry C. Cosper and the Rev. C. G. Ward officiating. Pallbearers - Not Copied.
Mrs. Dover is survived by cousins, Louise Fields Lopez of St. Augustine, Fla., Urney Fields Bowden of Macon, Jane Fields Stallings of Thomaston, Margaret Fields Hadley of Toowoomba, Australia and Dr. Will H. Fields of Louisville, Kentucky.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home of Montezuma had charge of funeral arrangements, with interment in FELTON CEMETERY.

[Note: Nell Fields Dover - Born July 10, 1896 - Died February 24, 1984 is buried in Felton Cemetery beside her husband, Henry Harvey Dover [9-2-1893 - 8-9-1918]

 


Newspaper Unknown - September 1997 - From Guelda's Macon County Obit Collection

HARVEY TIP DUNCAN

Harvey Tip Duncan, 54, of Butler, died September 13, 1997 at his residence.
Services were held Monday at 3 pm at LITTLE BETHEL FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH with burial in the CHURCH CEMETERY.
He was a lifetime resident of Taylor County, an Army Veteran of the Vietnam War and employed at Blue Bird Body Company in Fort Valley.
He is survived by his wife, Ellen M. Duncan of Butler; two daughters, Karen D. Thompson of Vienna and Lisa Duncan of Butler; son, Phillip Duncan of Butler; father, John Harvey Duncan of Butler; brothers, Ronnie Duncan of Butler and Wayne Duncan of Macon; sisters, Kathryne Duncan Bennett, Ruby Duncan Parks, and Debbie Duncan, all of Butler, and Rhonda Parker of Cordele; and one grandchild.
Pallbearers - Not Copied - Goddard Funeral Home of Reynolds was in charge of arrangements.

[Note: Harvey T. Duncan - Born July 12, 1943 - Died September 13, 1997 is buried in Little Bethel Freewill Baptist Cemetery in the Duncan Family Lot.


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. April 27, 1983

DR. LUCIUS LOVIC DEAN, JR.

Dr. Lucius Lovic Dean, Jr. age 52 of Montezuma, Georgia, died Thursday, April 21, 1983 in the Macon County Medical Center. Funeral services were held at 4 pm Friday, April 22, in the Montezuma United Methodist Church. The Rev. Joe Porterfield and the Rev. C. Dick Reese, Jr. officiated. Burial was in BERTHA DOZIER MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY.
Dr. Dean was born December 31, 1930 in Shellman, Georgia, the son of Lucius Lovic and India Fulton Dean. He resided in Montezuma since 1956 and practiced general dentistry. He was a member of the Montezuma United Methodist Church, a member of the Baracca Sunday School Class, past chairman of the Administrative Board and a member of the United Methodist Men's Clubn. He attended Georgia Southwestern College and was a graduate of Emory Univeristy School of Dentistry. Much-Much more - Not copied.
Survivors are his wife, Jane Batton Dean of Montezuma; one daughter, Miss Marianne Dean of Atlanta; two sons, Edward L. Dean of Athens, Georgia Thomas Dean of Atlanta; three sisters, Mrs. Charles Henderson of Atlanta; Mrs. Robert Nolen of Phoenix, Arizona, Mrs. John Bailey of Bowersville, Ga.
Pallbearers and Honoroary pallbearers - Not Copied. Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

[Note: Lucius L. Dean, Jr. - Born 1930 - Died 1983 is buried in Bertha Dozier Cemetery]
 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. June 3, 1983

JAMES ELIJAH DE VAUGHN, SR.

FUNERAL SERVICES HELD FOR J. E. DE VAUGHN
Mr. James Elijah DeVaughn, Sr., age 77, of Montezuma, Georgia, died Friday, June 3, 1983 at the Montezuma Health Care Center. Funeral services were held at 4 pm Saturday, June 4, in the chapel of Watson-Mathews Funeral Home. The Rev. Larry Cosper officiated. Burial was in FELTON CEMETERY.
Mr. DeVaughn, a lifelong resident of Montezuma, was born March 25, 1906, the son of Carl Linton and Willie Lou Massey DeVaughn. He attended the local schools and was later graduated from Mercer University where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity. He was a retired peach orchardman and farmer, a former city councilman, charter member of the Montezuma Chamber of Commerce, a former member of the Montezuma Kiwanis Club and former chairman of the Board of Directors of the Citizens National Bank.. He was a member of the Montezuma First Baptist Church where he was a former deacon and trustee. He at one time owned and operated DeVaughn Hardware Company, and was a former member of the Montezuma School Board.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Holleman DeVaughn; two sons, James E. DeVaughn, Jr. and Joseph H. DeVaughn, all of Montezuma; one daughter, Mrs. Harold Guest of Huntsville, Alabama; eight grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Pallbearers - Not Copied.

[Note: James Elijah DeVaughn - Born March 25, 1906 - Died June 3, 1983 is buried in Felton Cemetery ]
 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. December 15, 1966

MRS. FAIR [Nancy Coleman Strother] DODD

Funeral Rites For Mrs. Nancy Dodd Held In South Carolina
Graveside services for Mrs. Nancy Coleman Strother Dodd, 87, who died Sunday, were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in WESTVIEW CEMETERY in Walhalla, S.C.
A native of Edgefield, S.C., Mrs. Dodd was a member of the Marshallville Methodist Church.
Survivors include her husband, Fair Dodd of Marshallville, one son, Dick Dodd of Marshallville; one brother, D. C. Strother of Fort Valley; four grandchildren.


 

Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. June 19, 1991

JOHN L. DAVIS, JR.

Services For John L. Davis,, Jr., 60, of Macon Held at Andersonville Nat'l Cem.
John L. Davis, Jr., 60, of Macon, died Tuesday, June 11, 1991 at his residence. Memorial services were held at 11:00 am Friday, June 14, 1991 in the ANDERSONVILLE NATIONAL CEMETERY in Andersonville, with Rev. Jimmy Sharp officiating.
Mr. Davis was born December 19, 1930 in Houston County, the son of John L. Davis, Sr. and Lucille Bartlett Davis. He retired from the Army after 22 years service, serving in WW II, Korean and Vietnam wars. He was the husband of the late Lizzie Rhea Lane.
Survivors are three daughters, Karen Riddle of Oglethorpe, Susan Vaughn of Macon, Mrs. Donna Carr of Ft. Worth, Texas; brother, Ronald Davis of Macon; three sisters, Mrs. Barbara Sharp of Macon, Mrs.Jean Crumpton of Atlanta, Mrs. Patsy Helmar of Gastonia, N.C.; five grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge.

 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. February 18, 1965

JAMES HARMON DOMINY

J. H. Dominy, 60, Ideal J.P., Buried Friday.
Funeral services for James Harmon Dominy, 60, who died Thursday, February 11, 1965, in a local hospital after an extended illness, were held at 4 p.m. Friday in the Ideal Baptist Church. The Rev. F. M. York officiated and burial was in the IDEAL CEMETERY.
Pallbearers were W. T. Jolly, Ernest M. Brown, Archie Hill, Leon McClung, J. L. Turner and J. V. Smith.
A life-long resident of Macon County, Mr. Dominy was a retired farmer and retired chief of police of Ideal. He was justice of the peace and a member of the Georgia Peace Officer's Association.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Susie Hines Dominy of Ideal; two daughters, Mrs. Grady Hill English of Oglethorpe and Miss Jane Dominy of Ideal;, one brother, Francis Monroe Dominy of Ideal; three sisters, Mrs. T. E. Massey of Rupert, Mrs. J. M. Brewer of Americus and Mrs. M. J. Albritton of Meansville; a number of nieces and nephews.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

[Note: James Harmon Dominy - Born - 1904 Died 1965 is buried in Ideal Cemetery beside his wife, Susie Ophelia Hines Dominy [1914 - 1995]
 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. July 10, 1958

MRS. ELDORA M. DENTON

Funeral Services Held Monday For Mrs. Eldora Denton
Funeral services for Mrs. Eldora M. Denton, 83 of Andersonville, were held at MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH in KEYSVILLE, VIRGINIA on Monday.
Mrs. Denton died Friday, July 4, after a short illness. She was a native of Virginia and had resided in the Andersonville Community for the past twelve years. She was a member of the Baptist Church.
Survivors include five sons, Monroe A. Denton of Oglethorpe, Marvin Denton of Andersonville, Melvin Denton of andersonville, Joe L. Denton and M. I. Denton, both of Keysville, Va., two daughters, Mrs. N. L. Norton of Keysville, Va. and Mrs. J. S. Pankey of Farmville, Va.; a sister, Miss Lillian Brittian of Lowell, N.C. and a brother, Miller Hicks of Charlotte, Va. 20 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren.
Montezuma Funeral Home was in charge of local arrangements.


Citizens & Georgian - February 5, 1992

MRS. JOSEPH BENJAMIN [Janie Wicker] ROUSE DOWNS

Services For Former Resident, Janie Wicker Rouse Downs, 95.
Mrs. Janie Downs, died on January 26, 1992, at the age of 95. She was the widow of Joseph Benjamin Rouse and George Jefferson Downs, and the daughter of the late James David Monroe Wicker and his wife, Carrie Marie Stubbs Wicker of Macon County, Ga.
She was a former elementary school teacher and housemother at Auburn University. In 1972, she moved from Auburn, Alabama to Magnolia Manor in Americus and in July of 1991, she moved to the Lee Manor Health Care Center in Opelika, Alabama.
She was the only survivor of seven brothers and sisters, and was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Auburn, Alabama.
Survivors are one son, Dr. R. Dennis Rouse of Auburn, five grandchildren and several great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews
A memorial service will be held for Mrs. Downs at the Martha McDonald Moore Chapel at Magnolia Manor in Americus at 2:30 p.m. on February 23rd.

[Note: Janie Wicker Rouse Downs, "Mother" - Born 1896 - Died 1992 is buried in OGLETHORPE CEMETERY between J. Ben Rouse [12-25-1881 - 3-31-1948] "Father" See his Obit & George J. Downs [1898 - 10-30 1958] See his Obit
 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. August 14, 1958

MRS. ERNEST CARLTON [Bethany Powell] DUKE

Mrs. Bethany Duke, 83, Dies At Home of Daughter Thursday.
Mrs. Bethany Powell Duke, 83 year old resident of Montezuma, passed away early this morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Mashburn, on North Dooly Street. Mrs. Duke had been in declining health for a number of years but her death came unexpectedly.
Widow of the late E. C. Duke, the deceased had made her home with her daughter since her husband's death in 1945. In previous years she and her family lived in the Spalding community. She was a member of the local Methodist Church.
Survivors other than Mrs. Mashburn are two sons, Willie J. Duke of Douglas and Ernest C. Duke of Ducktown, Tenn.; one sister, Mrs. N. E. Seagler of Daytona Beach, Fla.; and five grandchildren, Carolyn and Ann Duke of Ducktown, Tenn.; Billy Mashburn of U.S.Navy and Bethany and Emory Mashburn of Montezuma.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete and will be announced later by Gardner Watson Funeral Home.
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Citizens & Georgian - August 21, 1958

Funeral Services Held Friday For Mrs. E. C. Duke.
Conducted from the Montezuma Methodist Church by Rev. L. E. Williams, pastor and the Rev. Steve Johnson, burial was in OAKLAWN CEMETERY in Fort Valley. Pallbearers - Not Copied.


[Note: Bethany Powell Duke - Born February 24, 1875 - Died August 14, 1958 is buried in Oaklawn Cemetery beside her husband, Ernest C. Duke [1882 - 1945]


 

Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. October 30, 1958.

Mrs. Leola McGlamery Dominy died on Monday, October 27, 1958

MRS. WILLIAM F. [Mary Leola McGlamery] DOMINY

Funeral Services Held Wednesday For Mrs. Leola Dominy.
Mrs. Leola Dominy, 86, of Ideal, died Monday afternoon at a local hospital.
Widow of the late William F. Dominy, she was a lifelong resident of Macon County.
Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. T. E. Massey of Rupert, Mrs. J. M. Brewer of Americus; Mrs. M. J. Albritton of Meansville; two sons, J. H. Dominy and F. M. Dominy of Ideal, one brother, Leon McGlamery of Plant City, Fla.; 14 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services were conducted Wednesday at ten o'clock from the Ideal Baptist Church with the Rev. H. H. Gregory and the Rev. W. J. Adair officiating. Interment followed at WHITE SPRINGS CHURCH CEMETERY in Laurens County.
Pallbearers were Bennett Brewer, William E. Dominy, Timothy M. Dominy, Lloyd Brewer, William B. Daniel and Ronald Albritton.
Smith-Tindol Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.


 

Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. November 6, 1958

GEORGE JEFFERSON DOWNS

Final Rites Held Friday For George J. Downs, 60.
George Jefferson Downs, 60, of Sylacauga, Ala., died Thursday at a local hospital following a recent heart attack.
Mr. Downs, who was agent-operator for the Central of Georgia Railway, was a member of Morris Baptist Church in Morris and was a Mason, Shriner and member of the Order of Railroad Telegraph Operators.
Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. Friday in the Montezuma Methodist Church, with the Rev. L. E. Williams and Rev. Lambert Jones officiating. Burial was in the OGLETHORPE CEMETERY.
Pallbearers - Clayton and Randall Rogers, Bobby, Fred, Lonnie, Wayne, Roy, Clarence and Harry Lonnie Downs, Inman and Donnie Averett, Charles and Evans Willis and Jeff Gallops.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Janie Rouse Downs of Sylacauga, Ala.; one son, Jimmy Downs of Albany; one step-son Dennis Rouse of Auburn, Ala.; three brothers, L. G. Downs of Montezuma, P. F. Downs and E. T. Downs, both of Butler; six sisters, including Mrs. Mary Keller Averett and Mrs. Merle Blackman, both of Columbus, Mrs. Bessie Ragan of Albany, Mrs. Susie Wilson of Morris, Mrs. Rupert Willis of Butler and Mrs. Clyde Wright of Pontiac, Mich.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home of Montezuma was in charge of arrangements.

[Note: George J. Downs - Born 1898 - Died 1958 is buried in Oglethorpe Cemetery beside Janie Wicker Rouse Downs [1896 - 1992] "Mother' and she is buried next to J. Ben Rouse "Father' [1881 - 1948] See his obit.


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga.  November 18, 1965

LONNIE GREENE DOWNS

L. G. DOWNS, 66, DIES FOLLOWING EXTENDED ILLNESS
  Funeral services for Lonnie Greene Downs, 66, of Montezuma, who died Monday night in a local hospital after an extended illness, were held at 11 am Wednesday in the Montezuma Methodist Church.
  The Rev. Sam Douthit, the Rev. L. D. Shippey and the Rev. C. G. Ward officiated and burial was in the OGLETHORPE CITY CEMETERY with Masonic rites at the graveside.
  Pallbearers - Not Copied.
  Mr. Downs had served as an agent for the Central of Georgia Railroad since 1918 and had lived in Montezuma for the past 10 years moving here from Andersonville.
  He served as Mayor of Andersonville for 15 years. He was Past Master of the Americus and Talbotton Masonic Lodges, and was a member of Travelers Rest Lodge, F. & A.M. He was  also a member of the Baracca Class of the Montezuma Methodist church.
  Sruvivors include his wife, the former Miss Barbara Lu Favors of Montezuma; one son, Robert G. Downs of Montezuma; two brothers, Evans T. Downs of Pontiac, Mich., and P. F. Downs of Americus; five sisters, Mrs. Clyde Wright of Pontiac, Mich., Mrs. Bob Ragan of Albany, Mrs. Lorene Wilson of Morris, Mrs. Rupert Willis of Butler, and Mrs. I. D. Averett of Americus; two grandchildren, Greg and Marcia Downs of Montezuma.

[Note:  Lonnie Greene Downs  -  Born November 2, 1899  -  Died November 15, 1965 is buried in Oglethorpe Cemetery beside his wife, Barbara L. Favors Downs  [Nov. 5, 1903 - June 12, 1986] See her obit.

 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga.  June 18, 1986

MRS. LONNIE GREENE[Barbara La Favors]  DOWNS

  Mrs. Barbara La Favors Downs, 82, of Montezuma, Georgia, died thursday, June 12, 1986 in the Montezuma Health Care Center.  Funeral services were held at 11 am Saturday, June 14, in the chapel of Watson-Mathews Funeral Home with burial in OGLETHORPE MEMORIAL GARDENS CEMETERY.  The Rev. Grable Page and the Rev. Hule Holloway officiated.
  Mrs. Downs, a native of Chattahoochee County, lived in Montezuma for the past thirty one years, moving from Andersonville.  she was a homemaker, a member of the Montezuma United Methodist Church and the Order of the Eastern Star.  She was the daughter of the late Robert Lorenzo Favors and Margaret Gallops Favors and the wife of the late Lonnie Greene Downs.
  Survivors are a son, Robert G. Downs of Montezuma a great grandchild, Mary Whitney Herrington of Americus.
  Pallbearers were Wayne Downs, Fred downs, Lonnie Downs, Jimmy Downs, Harold Wise, John A. Williams, Buddy Liggin and Wayne Nelson.

[Note: Barbara L. Favors Down  -  Born November 5, 1903  -  Died  June 12, 1986 is buried in Oglethorpe Cemetery besider her husband, Lonnie Greene Downs [11-2-1899  -11-15-1965]

 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. December 25, 1958

MRS. HOWARD C. [Elvie Jennings] DERRICK, SR.

Final Rites Held Monday For Mrs. H. C. Derrick, Sr.
Final rites for Mrs. Elvie Jennings Derrick, 77, prominent resident of Oglethorpe, were conducted Monday at the Oglethorpe Baptist Church. The Rev. F. M. York, pastor, officiated assisted by the Rev. Charles A. Phillips and interment was in OGLETHORPE CEMETERY. Smith-Tindol Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Pallbearers - Not Copied.
Mrs. Derrick passed away at a local hospital Saturday afternoon after an illness of several weeks.
A native of Terrell County, she moved to Oglethorpe in 1906 as the bride of the late Dr. H. C. Derrick, Sr. She was a member of the Oglethorpe Baptist Church, the United Daughters of the Confederacy and the Oglethorpe Garden Club.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Pauline D. Wiggins of Mt. Ulla, N. C.; four sons, Dr. C. Jennings Derrick of West Palm Beach, Fla., W. Stewart Derrick of Atlanta, Dr. Howard C. Derrick, Jr. of Lafayette and Dr. Jesse D. Derrick of Montezuma; two sisters, Mrs. J. M. Rauch and Mrs. T. W. Martin of Dawson; and nine grandchildren.

[Note: Elvie Jennings Derrick - Born June 25, 1882 - Died December 20, 1958 is buried in Oglethorpe Cemetery beside her husband, Howard C. Derrick, M.D. [3-9-1878 - June 8, 1956] See his Obit.


 

Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. August 9, 1989

MRS. LEWIS [Eleanor Wall] DANIEL

Services For Mrs. Eleanor Wall Daniel, 84, Held Thursday
Mrs. Eleanor Wall Daniel, 84, of Montezuma, Ga., died Tuesday, August 1, 1989 in the Macon County Medical Center. Funeral services were held at 11:00 a.m. Thursday, August 3, in the Montezuma United Methodist Church. The Rev. Freddie Wheeler officiated and burial was in BERTHA DOZIER MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY.
Mrs. Daniel was born March 25, 1905 in Schley County, the daughter of Charles Henry Wall and Virginia Tison Wall. She had resided in Montezuma for the past sixty years, was a graduate of Georgia Southern College for Women. She was a former elementary school teacher in Schley County Public School System. She was a homemaker, a member of the Montezuma United Methodist Church and the wife of the late Lewis Daniel.
Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Betty Jean Thompson of Columbus, Georgia, Mrs. Jo Ann Bassford of Valdosta, Mrs. Frances Stafford of Unadilla, seven grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Pallbearers - Not Copied. Watson Mathews Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

[Note: Eleanor Wall Daniel - Born March 25, 1905 - Died August 1, 1989 is buried in Bertha Dozier Cemetery beside her husband, Lewis Daniel [9-24-1900 - 3-28-1969] See his Obit.
 


 

Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. June 1, 1961

SAMMIE R. DUCKWORTH

Funeral Services Held May 24 For S. R. Duckworth.
Funeral servides for Sammie R. Duckworth, 75 year ol resident of Macon County, were held Wednesday, May 24, at Red Hill Primitive Baptist Church, with Elder J. W. Hartley officiating. Interment was in the RED HILL CHURCH CEMETERY with Smith-Tindol Funeral Home in charge..
A retired farmer, Mr. Duckworth had resided in Macon County for thirty years, moving here from Sumter County.
Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Lillian Wilson of Decatur; Mrs. Pauline Cromer of Oglethorpe, Mrs. Florence Hutchins of Montezuma; two sisters, Mrs. Joe S. Howell of Conyers, Ga.; Mrs. Wesley B. Jackson of Ellaville; and two grandchildren.

[Note: Sam Duckworth - Born 1894 - Died 1961 is buried in Red Hill Cemetery.]


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. July 27, 1961

REUBEN HAMA DAVIS

R. H. Davis, 69, Prominent Ideal Resident Dies.
Reuben Hama Davis, 69, prominent resident of Ideal, died Wednesday night, July 19, 1961, in a Montezuma hospital after a long illness.
Funeral services were held Friday in Ideal Methodist Church. The Rev. H. H. Sheppard and Rev. W. J. Adair officiated and interment was in the IDEAL CEMETERY.
Pallbearers - Not Copied. Watson-Mathews Funeral Home of Montezuma was in charge.
Mr. Davis, a retired farmer, had been a member of Ideal City Council and was a member of the Macon County Board of Education for a number of years. He was a committee chairman for the Macon County Agricualtural Stabilization and Conservation committee.
A life-long resident of Ideal, Mr. Davis was a member of Ideal Methodist Church and a Veteran of World War I.
Survivors include his widow, the former Miss Myrtis Hambrick of Ideal; three brothers, N. V. Davis of Griffin, H. S. Davis of Dothan, Ala. and W. D. Davis of Marianna, Fla.; a sister, Mrs. Clytie Lyons of Atlanta and several nieces and nephews.

[Note: Reuben Hama Davis - Born January 28, 1892 - Died July 19, 1961 is buried in Ideal Cemetery beside his wife, Myrtis H. Davis [May 20, 1895 - September 27, 1965]
 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. October 5, 1961

MISS PATRICIA LEE DUNCAN

Miss Duncan, 21, Dies At Home At Taylor Mill.
Funeral services for Miss Patricia Lee Duncan, 21, were held Sunday at Mt. Olive Baptist Church near Reynolds, with the Rev. J. B. Weldon officiating. Burial was in the MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY.
Born in Taylor County, August 3, 1940, Miss Duncan was the daughter of Lewis and Eva Glanis [Gladys ?] Youngblood Duncan. She died at her home at Taylor's Mill early Saturday.
The Duncans resided near Ideal before moving to Taylor's Mill about two months ago.
Survivors are her parents; two sisters, Mrs. Martha Ann Busby of Ft. Benning and Miss Gladys Duncan of Taylor Mill; five brothers, John David Duncan, of Ft. Benning, Lewis Duncan, Randall Duncan, Fred Duncan and George Duncan, all of Taylor Mill; grandfather, David Youngblood of Taylor Mill.
Edwards Funeral Home of Butler was in charge.

[Note: Patricia Lee Duncan - Born August 3, 1940 - Died September 30, 1961 is buried in Mt. Olive Cemetery, Potterville [Taylor Co.], Ga.]

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Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. August 3, 1961

WILLIE JOE DUKE

Willie Joe Duke, Former Resident, Buried Here Monday.
Final rites for Willie Joe Duke, 54 year old native of Montezuma, were held at the First Baptist Church here Monday with the pastor, Rev. C. G. Ward, officiating. Interment followed in FELTON CEMETERY.
Pallbearers: Otto Liggin, Jack Haugabook, Leonard Gibson, Oswell Lott, Woodrow Vickers, Watson Coffee and Perry Fitzgerald.
A resident of Douglas, Mr. Duke died in his sleep Sunday apprarently of a heart attack.
He was born and reared in Montezuma and attended the local school. During his years here he became interested in aviation and at one time conducted a flying school at the local airport. In 1941 he moved to Douglas where he was commander and flight instructor at the Raymond-Richardson Airfield during World War II. At the time of his death he was employed with a gas company there.
Surviving him are his wife, the former Louneal Brown of Douglas; a sister, Mrs. W. A. Mashburn of Montezuma; a brother, Ernest C. Duke of Ducktown, Tenn.; and a number of nieces and nephews.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

[Note: Willie Joe Duke - Born January 20, 1907 - Died July 30, 1961 is buried in Felton Cemetery beside his wife, Louneal Brown Duke [8-10-1907 - 7-2-1975]


added 4/3/2004


Guelda Hay's Obit Collection from Little Bethel Freewill Baptist Church - Macon Co., Ga.  

DUNCAN - BLOODWORTH - PAYNE - BENNETT - PARKS - SMITH

  MRS. JOHN HARVEY  [Odell Bloodworth]  DUNCAN

  Odell Bloodworth Duncan, 63, of Route 1, Butler, Ga. died Tuesday [January 8, 1985] at her residence.  Services will be held Thursday in LITTLE BETHEL FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH, near Ideal, burial in the Church Cemetery.  Revs. Gene Ross and Ed Arnold will officiate.

  Mrs. Duncan, a lifelong resident of Taylor County, was a homemaker and a member of Little Bethel  Baptist Church. 

  Survivors include her husband, John Harvey Duncan of Butler; her mother, Carrie D. Payne of Reynolds; three sons, Harvey T. Duncan and Ronnie G. Duncan, both of Butler and Wayne L. Duncan of Macon; four daughters, Kathryne D. Bennett, Ruby D. Parks, Debbie Duncan and Rhonda L. Duncan, all of Dublin; two stepbrothers, Elijah Payne of Thomaston and Jack Payne of Reynolds; a half sister, Irene Smith of Fort Valley; two stepsisters, Jessie Arnold of Reynolds and Ethel Harrelson of Macon; and five grandchildren and several great-grandchildren.

  The family will be at the residence of Mr. abnd Mrs. Kent Bennett, Plantation Drive, Butler.

  Goddard Funeral Home of Reynolds was in charge.

[Note:Odell B. Duncan - Born September 4, 1921 - Died January 8, 1985 is buried at Little Bethel Cem.


From: Guelda Hay's Obit Collection from Little Bethel Freewill Baptist Church - Macon Co., Ga.

  DUNCAN - THOMPSON - BENNETT - PARKS - PARKER       

  HARVEY   TIP   DUNCAN

  Harvey Tip Duncan, 54, of Butler, died September 13, 1997 at his residence.  Services were held Monday at LITTLE BETHEL FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH with burial in the Church Cemetery.

  He was a lifetime resident of Taylor County, an Army veteran of the Vietnam War and employed at Blue Bird Body Company in Fort Valley.

  He is survived by his wife, Ellen M. Duncan of Butler; two daughters, Karen Thompson of Vienna and Lisa Duncan of Butler; son, Phillip Duncan of Butler; father, John Harvey Duncan of Butler; brothers, Ronnie Duncan of Butler and Wayne Duncan of Macon; sisters, Kathryne Bennett, Ruby Parks, and Debbie Duncan, all of Butler, Rhonda Parker of Cordele; and one grandchild.

  Goddard Funeral Home of Reynolds was in charge.

[Note: [New marker since "Cemeteries of Macon Co." book was published] Harvey T. Duncan - Born July 12, 1943 - Died September 13, 1997 U.S.Army Vietnam -  is buried in Little Bethel Cemetery beside Ralph E. Duncan. [1945 - 1972] Vietnam.


 

From: Guelda Hay's Obit Collection from Little Bethel Freewill Baptist Church - Macon Co., Ga.

  DUNCAN -

  WILLIE   LEE   DUNCAN

  Willie Lee Duncan, 92, of Butler, died November 20, 1994.

  Services were held Tuesday in LITTLE BETHEL FREEWILL BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY near Ideal with Rev. Sydney Jones Officiating.

  He had lived in Butler the past two years, moving from Montezuma.  He was retired from Thomaston Mills.

  He is survived by a brother, John Harvey Duncan of Butler; and several other relatives.

  Goddard's Funeral Home of Reynolds was in charge of arrangements.

[Note: [New Burial since "Cemeteries of Macon County" book was published in 1993. - Willie Lee Duncan - Born May 3, 1902 - Died November 20, 1994 "Uncle Lee" is buried in Little Bethel Cemetery ]


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. May 3, 1956

MRS. CARL LINTON [Willie Lou Massey] DE VAUGHN

Mrs. C. L. DeVaughn, Prominent Resident, Buried Monday.

Final rites for Mrs. Carl L. DeVaughn, Sr., prominent resident who died late Saturday following a brief illness, were coneucted from the First Baptist Church here Monday afternoon. The Rev. C. G. Ward officiated at the services and interment was in FELTON CEMETERY in Montezuma.

Pallbearers - Not - Copied.

A member of the Montezuma Baptist Church, Mrs. DeVaughn was the former Miss Willie Lou Massey, the daughter of a pioneer Montezuma family. She was the widow of Carl L. DeVaughn, Sr., a local business leader.

Survivors include three sons, J. E. DeVaughn of Montezuma; Dr. Nathan DeVaughn of Augusta; Robert W. DeVaughn of New York City; another son, Carl L. DeVaughn, Jr. died in 1947; granddaughters, Margaret Ann and Carla DeVaughn of Augusta; Betty DeVaughn of Montezuma, Kathryn DeVaughn of Oslo, Norway; grandsons, Nathan, Jr. of Augusta, James and Ben DeVaughn of Montezuma, Linton and Joe, with the U.S.army overseas; and one great granddaughter, Laura DeVaughn of Montezuma. Smith-Tindol Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

[Note: Willie Lou Massey DeVaughn, wife of Carl L. DeVaughn [February 17, 1884 - april 28, 1956] is buried in Felton Cemetery beside her husband, Carl Linton DeVaughn [1877 - July 24, 1933] Obit.


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. April 24, 1996

JAMES RICHARD "Jimmie" DORSEY

James Richard "Jimmie" Dorsey, 70, of Rt. 1 Reynolds Rd., died Monday, April 15, 1996 at his residence. Funeral services were held Wednesday, April 17, 1996 at Whitewater Baptist Church. Burial was in BERTHA DOZIER MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY. The Rev. Kevin Cone and Nelson Weathersby officiated.

Mr. Dorsey was born July 12, 1925, in Sumter County. the son of Mr. John B. Dorsey and Mrs. Bertha Kate Hall Dorsey. He was the owner and operator of Montezuma Welding and Radiator, Inc. He was a member of Whitewater Baptist Church where he was a Sunday School teacher and lead the music for the church. Mr. Dorsey was a WW II Army Veteran and a member of the Oglethorpe Lions Club where he was presently serving as president. He was a member of Travelers Rest Masonic Lodge No. 65 where he was a Past Master, a member of the Scottish Rite and Al Shirah Shrine Temple.

He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Selma Kelley Dorsey of Oglethorpe; two daughters, Mrs. Linda Monk of Spartanburg, S. C., and Mrs. Kaye Clayton of Ocilla, Ga.; a son, Mr. Larry Dorsey of Oglethorpe; an aunt, Mrs. Marie [Raymond] Humphries of Americus; eight grandchildren and a great grandchild.

Watson-<Mathews Funeral Home in Montezuma had charge of the arrangements.

[Note: Jamers Richard Dorsey - Born - July 12, 1925 - Died - April 15, 1996 is buried in Bertha Dozier Cem. in Section C - Row 1-49 in the DORSEY-KELLEY lot.


 

Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga.,  October 27, 1955
 

JOHN   WILLIS   DORSEY
 
Funeral Services Held Today For John W. Dorsey.
  Funeral services for John Willis Dorsey will be held thursday afternoon, October 27, 4 o'clock, from Cedar Valley Baptist Church.  Officiating ministers will be the Rev. Pruitt, Rev. J. H. Warren and Rev. James Smith.  Interment will be in CEDAR VALLEY CEMETERY.
  Mr. Dorsey, a resident of Dooly County, died early Wednesday in an Atlanta hospital following a lengthy illness.
  Survivors include the wife [not named]; two sons, W. C. Dorsey of Macon and H. M. Dorsey of Byromville; six daughters, Mrs. Frank Raper, Mrs. John D. Collier, Mrs. Henry Odom, of Byromville; Mrs. Ross Poole of Fort Valley; Mrs. Reuben Odom of Ideal; Mrs. E. L. Barfield of Americus; four brothers, M. C. Dorsey, David Dorsey and Bennie Dorsey of Cochran; J. H. Dorsey of Alamo; three sisters, Mrs. D. T. Roland and Mrs. J. W. Chance of Cochran; and Mrs. W. B. Floyd of Macon.
 
[Note: John W. Dorsey [ March 25, 1896 - October  26, 1955] is buried in Cedar Valley Cemetery beside Julia Mae Dorsey [1896 - 1970] Added 1/4/2004

 

Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. December 21, 1944

MRS. EMMETT MONROE [Laura McKay] Duncan

Mrs. E. M. Duncan Buried At Oglethorpe.

Mrs. E. M.Duncan, mother of Mrs. H. W. Shealy of Oglethorpe, died at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. E. Smith in Miami, Fla. Thursday, December 14th. Mrs. Duncan had been in declining health for several years but her death came as a shock to her many friends.

Surviving are her husband, E. M. Duncan; two daughters, Mrs. Shealy of Oglethorpe and Mrs. C. Sheldon Tucker of Miami, Fla.; two sons, Douglas Duncan of Fitzgerald and Wright Duncan of Norfolk, Va.; one sister, Mrs. R. E. Smith of Miami, and two brothers, W. D. McKay of Brunswick and R. H. McKay of Fitzgerald.

[Note:Laura McKay Duncan [October 5, 1881 - December 14, 1944] is buried in Oglethorpe Cemetery beside her husband, Emmett Monroe Duncan [May 29, 1874 - January 17, 1952] See Obit.


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. November 16, 1944

MRS. MARY EMALINE DAVIS

Mrs. Mary Davis, 76, Dies After Long Illness Here.

Mrs. Mary Emaline Davis, operator of the Flint Hotel in Montezuma, died at a local hospital Tuesday afternoon following an illness of over a year.

Mrs. Davis, who was 76 years of age, had lived in Montezuma for five years and was a member of the Baptist Church. She was born in Fannin County, Ga. in 1868.

Services were conducted today from the BLUE RIDGE BAPTIST CHURCH in BLUE RIDGE, GA. the Rev. Clinton Cutts officiating.

Surviving Mrs. Davis are one daugher, Mrs. Bertha Waldrop of Montezuma; two sisters, Mrs. Ellen Layton of Montezuma and Mrs. Laurette Cook of Wilmington, N.C.; one brother, J. T. Brewitt of Butler, Missouri and a granddaughter, Mrs. Warren Farmer of Montezuma.


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. February 17, 1944

THOMAS A. DIXON

Thomas A. Dixon, Former Local Man, Dies In Atlanta.

Funeral services were held Tuesday at 11 am in Atlanta for Thomas A. Dixon, 62, examiner of the State Banking Department, who died Sunday in a private hospital. Burial was in Seneca, S. C.

Mr. Dixon was born in Macon County near Montezuma and had lived in Decatur since 1927. He was a Mason and a member of the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church of Decatur. His wife was formerly Miss Dean of Columbus, a music instructor in the Montezuma School.

Surviving are his wife, a son, Sgt. H. D. Dixon, a daughter, Mrs. G. W. Gignilliat of Seneca, S.C. and two grandchildren.

[Note: Mr. Dixon was born about 1882 [If 62 in 1944] I am not sure who his parents were.] In the 1920 Macon Co., Ga. Census there is a Thomas A. Dixon 38 with a wife, Ruth D. Dixon 43, a daughter Eunice A., 12 & a son, Herman D. 10] This appears to be the family.


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. June 11, 1964

MISS MAY DAVIS

Final Rites For Miss May Davis Held Saturday.

Funeral services for Miss May Davis, 64, were held Saturday at 4 pm at the graveside in the OGLETHORPE CEMETERY. The Rev. F. M. York officiated.

Miss Davis died Friday, June 5, in a local hospital after an extended illnmess. She was a native of Alabama but had resided in Macon County for the past 24 years.

Survivors include her mother, Mrs. Beaulah Davis of Oglethorpe; two sisters, Mrs. Leona D. King of Oglethorpe and Mrs. R. l. Harrison of Trenton, Fla.; two brothers, M. L. Davis and Robert A. Davis; and a number of nieces and nephews.

[Note: I do NOT find a marked grave in Oglethorpe Cemetery for Miss May Davis] She would have been born about 1900 since she was 64 when she died in 1964.]


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. July 16, 1964

OSMOND PIERCE DIXON

O. P. Dixon, 58, Buried Tuesday At Ft. Valley.

Osmond Pierce Dixon, 58, died Monday in a Macon rest home after an extended illness.

Funeral services were held at 4 PM Tuesday in the Fort Valley Nazarene Church with the Rev. W. P. Smithson officiating. Burial was in the OAKLAWN CEMETERY.

Mr. Dixon was a native of Peach County and a member of the Tabernacle Baptist Church. He was a member of the Salvation Army and a retired employee of the State Highway Department.

Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Carlton Lyles of Columbus, Mrs. J. W. Smith of Marshallville and Mrs. Lester Smith of Montezuma; five brothers, Douglas Dixon of Fort Valley, F. M. Dixon of Ideal, J. R. Dixon of Montezuma, W. B. Dixon of Columbus and E. S. Dixon of Perry; and several nieces and nephews.

[Note: I do NOT find a marked grave in OAKLAWN CEMETERY for O. P. Dixon BUT I do find: Mrs. O. P. Dixon [Nov. 28, 1910 - May 14, 1951] buried beside an UNMARKED ADULT GRAVE]


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. July 23, 1986

SHERMAN D. DE VOE

Mr. Sherman D. DeVoe, 83, of Montezuma, Ga. died Wednesday, July 16, 1986, in Emory University Hospital in Atlanta,
Ga. Funeral services were held at 5:00 PM Friday, July 18, in the Montezuma United Methodist Church. The Rev. Grable Pa
the Rev. C. Dick Reese, Jr. and the Rev. C. G. Haugabook officiated. Burial was in OGLETHORPE MEMORIAL GARDNES
CEMETERY.
Mr. DeVoe, a native of Plymouth, Ohio, lived in Montezuma for the past sixty years. He was a member of the Montezuma United
Methodist Church and a retired construction superintendent with Amoco Oil Co. He was the son of the late Lee DeVoe and Cecil
Tucker DeVoe.
Survivors are his wife, Gladyce Coker DeVoe; four sisters, Mrs. Daisy Pennington of Parrott, Ga., Mrs. Gordon White of Warren,
Ohio, Mrs. Eben Bistline of Grafton, Ohio and Mrs. Treva Jones.
Active pallbearers were James Scarbary, Randy Scarbary, Ricky Scarbary, M. D. Denton, Ed Harper, Walterr Grey,
George Fowler and Harry Tante.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

[Note: Sherman D. De Voe - Born January 6, 1903 - Died July 16, 1986 is buried in Oglethorpe Cemetery]
 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. March 14, 1974

WATSON DAVIS

Fitzgerald, - Services for Watson Davis, 81, who died Friday in an Irwin County hospital were held at 2:30 pm
Sunday in Big Creek Baptist Church. Burial was in the BIG CREEK BAPTIST CHURCH CEMETERY.
Mr. Davis, a native of Elbert County, lived in Irwin County 75 years. He was a farmer and a member of Big Creek Baptist Church.
Survivors include hiis wife, Mrs. Maggie Powell Davis of Ocilla; four sons, Clarence Davis, Strozia Davis, both of Ocilla,
Eachol Davis of East Hanover, N.J., Ralph Davis of Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland; three daughters,
Mrs. Omie Crowe of Marshallville, Mrs. Lennis Tomberlin, Mrs. Laurene Parrish, both of Mystic, Ga.; four brothers,
Calvin Davis, Columbus Davis, both of Ocilla, Ozia Davis of Macon Downer Davis of Savannah; two sisters, Mrs. Leila
Harper of Wray, Mrs. Berta Alderman of Claxton; 25 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren.
Mr. Davis is the Grandfather of Ennis Crowe of Montezuma.
 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. January 17, 1974

MONROE ALBERT DENTON, SR.

Services for Monroe Albert Denton, Sr., 68, who died Monday in a local hospital after a short illness, were held at 10:30 am Wednesday in the chapel of Watson-Mathews Funeral Home. Burial was in ANDERSONVILLE NATIONAL CEMETERY. Rev. F. M. York and Rev. Carl Ayers officiated.
Pallbearers - Not Copied.
Mr. Denton lived in Oglethorpe 28 years. He was a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College and a member of the Oglethorpe Baptist Church. He was a Veteran of World War II and also retired as a civil service employee from Warner Robins, Ga.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Diana Denton Dunten of Knoxville, Tenn.; a son, Monroe A. Denton, Jr. of New York City; a sister, Mrs. Cora Morton of Keysville, Va.; three brothers, Martrin Denton of Keysville, Marvin D. Denton, Melvin C. Denton, both of Andersonville.
Watson-Mathews Funeral Home had charge of arrangements.


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. March 5, 1975

MRS. WILLIAM PRYOR [Anna Pearl Brannon] DEAL

Mrs. Anna Brannon Deal died Tuesday, February 25, at the Montezuma Medical Nursing Home in Montezuma. She was 84 years of age. Mrs. Deal was a native of Alabama but had lived here for the past 34 years. She was a member of the Montezuma United Methodist Church.
Funeral services for Mrs. Deal were held Wednesday, February 26, at the United Methodist Church with Rev. C. Dick Reese, Jr. officiating. Interment was in FELTON CEMETERY.
Pallbearers - Not Copied.
Survivors include her husband, William P. Deal, Montezuma; seven daughters, Mrs. M. D. Murphy of Capps, Ala., Mrs. C. R. Smith of Albany, Mrs. H. D. Horne of Moultrie, Mrs. Douglas Kenney of Athens, Mrs. William T. Roberts and Mrs. J. H. Andrews of Montezuma and Mrs. J. B. Copp of Macon; four sons, Rupert Deal of San Francisco, Calif, Heyward Deal of Macon, Larry Deal of Athens and Merrill Deal of Fairfax, South Carolina. Two sisters, Mrs. H. T. Amon of Columbus, Ga., Mrs. J. B. Mims of Clopton, Ala.; one brother, R. D. Brannon of Newville, Ala.; seventeen grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews.
Arrangements were by Watson Mathews Funeral Home

[Note: Pearl Brannon Deal - Born December 31, 1890 - Died February 25, 1975 is buried in Felton Cemetery beside her husband, William Pryor Deal [Sept. 26, 1885 - July 30, 1980]
 


Citizens & Georgian – Montezuma, Ga. August 29, 1963

 

DANIEL THOMAS DYAL

 

Funeral services for Daniel Thomas Dyal, 82, of Fitzgerald, were held Wednesday afternoon, August 28, at the Oglethorpe Methodist Church with the Rev. G. W. Alexander, Rev. L. W. Strickland and Rev. L. H. Seiler officiating. Burial followed in the OGLETHORPE CEMETERY.

 

Pallbearers: John I. English, John F. Williams, Herschel Taylor, John Thomas Bryan, Archie Hill, Alton Carter, John D. Robinson and Sherman Tomlinson.

 

Mr. Dial died unexpectedly Monday morning while visiting his daughter, Mrs. R. L. Rodgers and family. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Fitzgerald and a retired A.C.L. Railroad employee.

 

Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Lillian Tomlinson Dyal; three daughters, Mrs. R. L. Rodgers of Oglethorpe, Mrs. W. C. Waits of Atlantic Beach, Fla., Mrs. Harvey Livingston of Charlotte, N.C.; one son, Charles L. Dyal of Birmingham, Ala.; one brother, Randol Dyal of Kingsland, Ga.; eight grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren; and a number of nieces and nephews.

 

Watson-Mathews Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

 

[Note: Daniel Thomas Dial – Born June 28, 1881 – Died August 26, 1963 is buried in Oglethorpe Cemetery beside his wife, Lillian Tomlinson Dyal [July 30, 1886 – Dec. 1, 1982]

 


Citizens & Georgian - Montezuma, Ga. February 1, 1973

JAMES DANIEL DUNMON, SR.

James Daniel Dunmon, age 74, passed away Tuesday morning, January 30, at the Americus-Sumter County Hospital after a short illness. Mr. Dunmon had resided in Oglethorpe for 50 years, having come here from Crawford County and was a retired farmer. He was a member of Whitewater Baptist Church. His survivors include his wife, Mrs. Bertha Hardage Dunmon, a daughter, Mrs. Rufus C. Jones, both of Oglethorpe; one brother, C. W. Dunmon of Macon; two granddaughters, Angie and Evelyn Jones; two grandsons, Wayne and Curtis Dunmon, all of Oglethorpe; a number of nieces and nephews.
Funeral services for Mr. Dunmon were held Wednesday, January 31, 1973 at 2 PM from the Whitewater Baptist Church with the Rev. Homer Fowler and Rev. Carl Ayers officiating. Burial was in the PINE LEVEL CHURCH CEMETERY.
Pallbearers were Joel Barfield, Lee Barfield, Jack Hardage, Billy Kelly, Lewis Wood and Clemon Odom.
Arrangements were by Watson-Mathews Funeral Home.

[Note: James Daniel Dunmon, Sr. - Born April 28. 1898 - Died January 30, 1973 is buried in Pine Level Methodist Cemetery beside his wife, Bertha Hardage Dunmon [Oct. 27, 1901 - Oct. 18, 1982] See her Obit.

 

 

 

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