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151 1910 Texas Census, Nacogdoches County, Vol 109, ED 106, Sh 100
Enumerated with William David Slay relationship grandfather
1920 Texas Census, Nacogdoches County, Vol 128, ED 136, Sh 9, L 30
Enumerated with William David Slay relationship grandfather 
Case, William O (I21514)
 
152 1910 Texas Census, Nacogdoches County, Vol 109, ED 107, Sh 138
Enumerated with John A. Slay relationship granddaughter 
Slay, Mariah Belle (I27097)
 
153 1910 Texas Census, Panola County, Vol 114, ED 129, Sh 341
Enumerated with Martha Slay relationship mother
 
Slay, Joseph Russell (I3668)
 
154 1910 Texas Census, Parker County, Vol 115, ED 65, Sh 136
Enumerated with Oscar E. Slay relationship son 
Quinn, Hester Ann (I5030)
 
155 1910 Texas Census, Tyler County, Vol 135, ED 157, Sh 63
1910 Texas Census, Tyler County, Vol 135, ED 157, Sh 63
1910 Texas Census, Tyler County, Vol 135, ED 157, Sh 63 
Slay, Noah O (I3370)
 
156 1918-2002

Chick was a woman with great courage and inner strength. Her determination to overcome any obstacle was remarkable. Her compassion and devotion to the veterans that served our country was endless.

As a child I looked up to you

As a teen I admired you

As an adult I had the privilege to be your friend

"Walking through life I have discovered the hand of friendship touches like no other."

There are no words to express what she meant to me and to my children. We will always cherish your memory. We will miss your laughter and your company. A part of our family you will always be. We are thankful for the time we had with you.

Mary (Roadruck) Meigs and family
Kitsap Sun (Bremerton, WA) - Saturday, May 25, 2002 
Rosenfeldt, Helena K (I67692)
 
157 1920 census living in Southport, Bay County, Florida Chance, Lex John (I3782)
 
158 1920 Texas Census, Bosque County, Vol 19, ED 38, Sh 4, L 25 Slay, Clyde Sr (I419)
 
159 1920 Texas Census, Carson County, Vol 27, ED 15, Sh 1, L 77
1920 Texas Census, Carson County, Vol 27, ED 15, Sh 1, L 77 
Slay, Albert Nathaniel Sr (I3404)
 
160 1920 Texas Census, Dallas County, Vol 41, ED 20, Sh 12, L 48

LIEUT. JAMES F. SLAY
Second Lieut. Sam H. Slay, the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Slay, joined Company F, 315th Engineers, 90th Division, April 26, 1918. This division trained at Camp Travis, San Antonio, Texas. He was promoted to Corporal, then to Sergeant, then to Lieutenant. Lieut. Slay was with his division in France, taking an active part in the Puvenelle sector, St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne offensives, but escaped wounds or being disabled in any way. Was discharged in July 1919.
History of Texas World War Heroes

1920 Texas Census, Dallas County, Vol 41, ED 20, Sh 12, L 48

LIEUT. JAMES F. SLAY
Second Lieut. Sam H. Slay, the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Slay, joined Company F, 315th Engineers, 90th Division, April 26, 1918. This division trained at Camp Travis, San Antonio, Texas. He was promoted to Corporal, then to Sergeant, then to Lieutenant. Lieut. Slay was with his division in France, taking an active part in the Puvenelle sector, St. Mihiel and Meuse-Argonne offensives, but escaped wounds or being disabled in any way. Was discharged in July 1919.
History of Texas World War Heroes
 
Slay, James Franklin (I4144)
 
161 1920 Texas Census, Liberty County, Vol 116, ED 95, Sh 4, L 10 Slay, Dr Iris Joel Sr (I3172)
 
162 1920 Texas Census, Lynn County, Vol 107, ED 180, Sh 21, L 361
Enumerated with Emma Slay relationship mother
1920 Texas Census, Lynn County, Vol 107, ED 180, Sh 21, L 361
Enumerated with Emma Slay relationship mother 
Slay, Theodore Frederick (I420)
 
163 1920 Texas Census, Lynn County, Vol 107, ED 180, Sh 21, L 361
Enumerated with Theo Slay relationship son 
Gimmell, Emma (I418)
 
164 1920 Texas Census, Navarro County, Vol 130, ED 161, Sh 1, L 15

LIEUT JOHN R. SLAY
Second Lieut. John R. Slay, another one of the boys, was born at Frost, Texas, where he received his early education, finishing with a course at A. & M. College, College Station. Enlisted when 21 and trained at Camp Pike, Little Rock, Arkansas, then at Camp Grant, Rockford, Illinois. Was promoted to Second Lieutenant. Another one of those who did duty over-here, since all could not go across. Discharged December 3, 1918.
History of Texas World War Hero

OBITUARY
Memorial services for John R. Slay Jr. 61, a civilian engineer for the U.S. Corps of Engineers in Dallas for seven years, will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Owens and Brumley Funeral Chapel in Fort Worth. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Church in Frost, Navarro County. Burial will be in Frost.
Slay died suddenly Thursday while working in his office in the Santa Fe Building here. He lived in Fort Worth.
A native of Frost, Slay was a member of the Church of Christ and Halbert Lodge 611 AF&AM, Frost. He was also a Shriner and 32 Mason.
Survivors are his wife; a son John R. Slay III of Jacksonville, Fla; a daughter, Mrs. Frankie Thompson of Rochester, N.Y.; five brothers, T.J. Slay, Jack Slay and C.C. Slay of Dallas, J. F. Slay of Hillsboro and E.W. Slay of Rhome, Wise County, and three grandchildren.

1920 Texas Census, Navarro County, Vol 130, ED 161, Sh 1, L 15

LIEUT JOHN R. SLAY
Second Lieut. John R. Slay, another one of the boys, was born at Frost, Texas, where he received his early education, finishing with a course at A. & M. College, College Station. Enlisted when 21 and trained at Camp Pike, Little Rock, Arkansas, then at Camp Grant, Rockford, Illinois. Was promoted to Second Lieutenant. Another one of those who did duty over-here, since all could not go across. Discharged December 3, 1918.
History of Texas World War Hero

OBITUARY
Memorial services for John R. Slay Jr. 61, a civilian engineer for the U.S. Corps of Engineers in Dallas for seven years, will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Owens and Brumley Funeral Chapel in Fort Worth. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Church in Frost, Navarro County. Burial will be in Frost.
Slay died suddenly Thursday while working in his office in the Santa Fe Building here. He lived in Fort Worth.
A native of Frost, Slay was a member of the Church of Christ and Halbert Lodge 611 AF&AM, Frost. He was also a Shriner and 32 Mason.
Survivors are his wife; a son John R. Slay III of Jacksonville, Fla; a daughter, Mrs. Frankie Thompson of Rochester, N.Y.; five brothers, T.J. Slay, Jack Slay and C.C. Slay of Dallas, J. F. Slay of Hillsboro and E.W. Slay of Rhome, Wise County, and three grandchildren.
 
Slay, John Richardson Jr (I65009)
 
165 1920 Texas Census, Potter County, Vol 132, ED 204, Sh 27, L 7 Miller, Margaret Utilla (I4609)
 
166 1920 Texas Census, Red River County, Vol 140, ED 151, Sh 16, L 30 Slay, Leo Edgar (I2501)
 
167 1920 Texas Census, Shelby County, Vol 150, ED 195, Sh 13, L 100
Enumerated with Maud Slay age 10 relationship uncle 
Slay, Robert Edward (I33554)
 
168 1920 Texas Census, Stephens County, Vol 145, ED 243, Sh 2, L 47

The following story was related to me by mother as it was told to her by Henry Snoddy a friend of her father William M. Slay.

Back during the day of pre-World War I, Mrs. Snoddy and her little brood lived on the Brazos River not too far from Brad, Texas. There were 2 small boys, ages 8 and 11. The smaller boy was named Henry and the older was named Lige. It was in the late fall of the year and all of the grass was gone and the Snoddy family scrapped together enough money for Lige and Henry to ride the horse to the feed store in Brad and buy a 100 pound sack of chicken feed and 100 pound sack of cow feed. The man at the feed store tied each 100 pound sack onto each side of the saddle horn and helped the two boys into the saddle for the trip back home, down by the river and into the woods, before finally coming to the Snoddy farm. The boys had been cautioned about strangers and "highway men" who would take a man's horse, saddle and any money or possessions that he may have, sometimes killing him or hurting him in the process of taking his possessions. The shadows were beginning to get long and it was very scarry as the little boys plodded along on the old farm horse. Then disaster struck. The rope that the feed store man tied on the sacks of feed came loose and both 100 pound sacks dropped to the ground. The older boy, Lige, recounted the tales of highway men and robbers while the boys were trying to decided what to do about this disaster that had befallen them. When no solution could be found, they climbed atop the sacks of feed and cried and prayed. Then, just before dark, they heard hoof beats coming down the river road. Their happiness soon turned to fright as they realized that it could possibly be and probably was a HIGHWAY MAN! Scrambling over behind some huge rocks and with tears streaming down their faces, they watched as the biggest man they had ever seen came into view, cantering along on the saddle pony. When the man saw their horse, surveyed the sacks of feed, bare foot prints and then spied the two frightened little boys peeping from behind the rocks, he told them to come on down and tell him who they were and he would help them. Because of the kindly young face, shock of black curly hair and the soft firm voice, the boys obeyed. They stood awestruck as the handsome stranger lifted the sacks up and tied them to the saddle horn and again, the boys were lifted up into the saddle and started toward home. From that day forward, the smallest boy, Henry, dreamed of some day being as strong as the handsome young man named Will Slay.
1920 Texas Census, Stephens County, Vol 145, ED 243, Sh 2, L 47

The following story was related to me by mother as it was told to her by Henry Snoddy a friend of her father William M. Slay.

Back during the day of pre-World War I, Mrs. Snoddy and her little brood lived on the Brazos River not too far from Brad, Texas. There were 2 small boys, ages 8 and 11. The smaller boy was named Henry and the older was named Lige. It was in the late fall of the year and all of the grass was gone and the Snoddy family scrapped together enough money for Lige and Henry to ride the horse to the feed store in Brad and buy a 100 pound sack of chicken feed and 100 pound sack of cow feed. The man at the feed store tied each 100 pound sack onto each side of the saddle horn and helped the two boys into the saddle for the trip back home, down by the river and into the woods, before finally coming to the Snoddy farm. The boys had been cautioned about strangers and "highway men" who would take a man's horse, saddle and any money or possessions that he may have, sometimes killing him or hurting him in the process of taking his possessions. The shadows were beginning to get long and it was very scarry as the little boys plodded along on the old farm horse. Then disaster struck. The rope that the feed store man tied on the sacks of feed came loose and both 100 pound sacks dropped to the ground. The older boy, Lige, recounted the tales of highway men and robbers while the boys were trying to decided what to do about this disaster that had befallen them. When no solution could be found, they climbed atop the sacks of feed and cried and prayed. Then, just before dark, they heard hoof beats coming down the river road. Their happiness soon turned to fright as they realized that it could possibly be and probably was a HIGHWAY MAN! Scrambling over behind some huge rocks and with tears streaming down their faces, they watched as the biggest man they had ever seen came into view, cantering along on the saddle pony. When the man saw their horse, surveyed the sacks of feed, bare foot prints and then spied the two frightened little boys peeping from behind the rocks, he told them to come on down and tell him who they were and he would help them. Because of the kindly young face, shock of black curly hair and the soft firm voice, the boys obeyed. They stood awestruck as the handsome stranger lifted the sacks up and tied them to the saddle horn and again, the boys were lifted up into the saddle and started toward home. From that day forward, the smallest boy, Henry, dreamed of some day being as strong as the handsome young man named Will Slay. 
Slay, William M (I500)
 
169 1920 Texas Census, Vol 61, ED 87, Sh 16, L 40 Slay, Thomas Perry (I33361)
 
170 1927 Jan 20

Carl Slay was shot in the neck abt 2 am Wednesday morning by Eva Dell Hurley and his condition is said to be serious. The woman who did the shooting is locked up in Walton county jail. Young Slay who is abt 20 yrs of age, had called at the house several times during earlier hours of night and was shot by the woman at the time of last visit. His father Lonzo Slay said he was standing in street in front of home when he was shot. Inmates of the home claim he was trying to break in home. The house where the shooting occurred is in the section of the town called Mt Nebo - at the mill quarters.
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1927 Mar 24

Carl Slay who was shot on night of Jan 18 died Thursday of last week, March 17 at a Pensacola hospital. His body was brought back to De Funiak and interred the day following his death in Magnolia Cemetery, the deceased is survived by his widow, father and other relatives. The woman who did the shooting was released under a bond of $500.

During a personal interview conducted by Ronald D. Slay on January 5, 2001, Viola Slay (Moretz) Yaun stated that the details of the newspaper were inaccurate. She stated that Carl Slay, her father, was trying to retrieve his wallet which had been stolen from him.

Viola also stated that Carl Slay was the first person whose funeral was conducted under the open air chapel at Magnolia Cemetery, De Funiak Springs, Walton County, Florida.
 
Slay, William Carl (I3407)
 
171 1930 Mississippi Census, Copiah County, Enumerated with Joe R Slay relationship mother
 
Sandifer, Martha Rebecca (I4727)
 
172 1940 Pike County, Mississippi census Catchings, Emma May (I4351)
 
173 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1939)
 
174 2 death certificates show the date of birth as 1898 and 1907 Cade, Sallie (I67956)
 
175 2 Sep 1966 - Mrs. Riley Cade Slay, 76, of Many, died Wednesday, Aug. 24, in Many, after an extended illness. Funeral services for Mrs. Slay were held Thursday, August 25, at Ebenezer Baptist Church, with the Rev. Earl Marr officiating. Burial was in Ebenezer Cemetery under the direction of Warren Meadows Funeral Home of Many.

Survivors are her husband, Riley Cade Slay of Many; one stepson, W.C. Slay of Many; three step daughters, Mrs. Vera Lee of Many, Mrs. Velma Craft of Anacoco, and Mrs. Marie Dowden of Hornbeck; one brother, Clayborn Corley of Glenmora; three sisters, Mrs. Jessie Brown of Florien, Mrs. J.F. Williams of Hot Springs, Arkansas, and Mrs. David Brown of DeRidder; 18 step grandchildren; and 14 step great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were her nephews.
 
Corley, Mary Alice (I57623)
 
176 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I51556)
 
177 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10432)
 
178 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I53012)
 
179 26 Jun 1889 - 7 Jun 1969
Mrs. Iva A. Wade, 79, of Springfield, died at 8:35 p.m. Saturday in the Springfield Osteopathic Hospital where she had been a patient for one day. Mrs. Wade, a native of Christian County, moved to Springfield in 1919, and was a member of the Hamlin Memorial Baptist Church. She is survived by a foster son, Capt. Raymond Wade, Jr., chaplain in the U. S. Army at Ft. Bragg, N. C.; two daughters, Mrs. Elma Stockstill and Mrs. Erma Evans, both of Springfield; five grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren; one great, great grandchild; and two sisters, Mrs. Lina Patton, Republic and Mrs. Frankie Geil. Funeral services were at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Harris Chapel, Nixa, with the Rev. Carl Garrett officiating. Burial was in McConnell Cemetery west of Nixa.
Christian County Republican - 12 Jun 1969
 
McConnell, Iva Ann (I35886)
 
180 2Lt William E Knox, Jr, His B-17 or Flying Fortress, where he served as navigator, was probably lost during attack on Brunswick, Germany, an aircraft parts manufacturing town. Knox, William Everett Jr (I73459)
 
181 4 Mar 1955 - Funeral services for Peggy Dean Dowden, age 4, who was killed accidently on the street in Many, by a truck, Saturday, Feb. 26, were conducted at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 27 at Pruitts Chapel with Rev. Owens of Hornbeck officiating. Interment was under the direction of Warren Funeral Home of Many.

Survivors are: Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dowden of Hornbeck; brothers, Edwin Carl, Jerry, Gary and Roy Lee Dowden, all of Hornbeck; sister, Patsy Jean of Hornbeck; grandparents, R. C. Slay and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Dowden, all of Hornbeck.

Pallbearers: Bobby Jean Dowden, Billie Dowden, Glen
Craft, Barney Ray Cabra.

Sabine Index, Many, La., Mar 4, 1955 
Dowden, Peggy Dean (I72649)
 
182 65, of 2912 Cindy Ln. died Aug. 25, 1990, at Hopewell Nursing Home in Sumter, S.C. King Funeral Home is in charge.

The Charlotte Observer
Tuesday, August 28, 1990 
Slay, Ruby Rebecca (I67018)
 
183 69 years, Saturday, May 26, 1973, at Silver Cross Hospital. Late of 516 Chase Ave.

Preceded in death by her parents, Mr. Albert and Mrs. Clara (Goodwin) Todd; three brothers, Sam, Marvin and Leonard Todd; and three sons, DeWayne, Jay and Hurley Hancock.

Survived by her husband, Louis Parys; two daughters, Mrs. Gerald (Betty) Gook of Grand Ridge, Ill., Mrs. Ilene Jokich of Rockdale; one son, Louis Parys Jr., of California; three sisters, Mrs. George (Hazel) Dew of Plainfield, Mrs. Gerald (Cecil) Hall of Minooka, and Orville Todd of Watseka; 11 grandchildren; one great grandchild and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

Remains are resting at the Pisut Funeral Home, Henderson Avenue and Columbia Street, from where funeral services will be held Wednesday, May 30, at 10;30 a.m. to St. Bernard Catholic Church at 11 a.m. for funeral mass. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Visitation Tuesday 2-5 and 7-9 p.m.

Born in Cherryville, Kan. Mrs. Parys moved to the Joliet area in 1919 and lived here the remainder of her life. 
Todd, Bessie Mearle (I66293)
 
184 73 years old, lived C-4 Mountain View Village, Meridian, Ms. Survived by wife, Mrs.Grace Poythress-McCraw-Smith, stepdaughters; Mrs.Jean Rowzee Memphis,Tn.Mrs.Janell Timms, Cincinnatti,Oh.Mrs.Dorothy Creekmore,Amhurst, Oh.
Stepsons;M.J.McCraw,Jackson;Carl B. and Harold G. McCraw both of Meridian. 25 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren.Three sisters; Mrs.Donnie Schaiff, Mrs. Dollie Knight both of Meridian and Mrs. Edna Watts, Sebastian, Fl.
He was retired military. 
Smith, Floyd Cambelle (I73793)
 
185 74, retired Phillips Petroleum chemical engineer, died Sunday in San Francisco. Visitation 4-8 p.m. Thursday, AdamsCrest Cremation Center, and memorial service 10:30 a.m. Friday, Lutheran Church of Our Savior.

Tulsa World (OK) - Thursday, September 16, 200 
Cawi, Vernon Albert (I62827)
 
186 76, of Leesburg, passed away Saturday, Sept. 27, 2008. He was born Oct. 13, 1931 in Chipley. He moved to Leesburg in 1988 from Lynn Haven. He retired from Southern Bell after 32 years of service. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. He is survived by wife, Carolyn of Leesburg; sons, Ray Wiggins of Atlanta, Ga., Brian Wiggins of Panama City Beach; daughters, Jackie Wiggins of Hoover, Ala., Tammy Wiggins of Fruitland Park, Wendy (Rodney) White of Arcadia; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Friends may call Thursday, Oct. 2, 2008 (today) from 6-9 p.m. at the Page-Theus Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held on Friday, Oct. 3, 2008 at 10 a.m. at the funeral home with the Rev. Lee Pearson officiating. Entombment will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, Leesburg. Family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to: Cornerstone Hospice, 2445 Lane Park Rd., Tavares, FL 32778. Arrangements entrusted to Page-Theus Funeral Home and Cremation Services, 914 W. Main Street, Leesburg, FL 34748. 352-787-5511. www.pagetheusfuneralhome.com

The Daily Commercial
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
 
Wiggins, Edison Cleo (I4001)
 
187 76, Spoonbill Avenue, Orlando, died Thursday, July 29. Mr. Burkhart was a retired heavy-equipment operator in the construction industry. Born in Big Fork, Ark., he moved to Central Florida in 1939. He was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars and American Legion. He was Baptist. He was an Army veteran. Survivors: wife, Mary; sons, Gene, Pensacola, Dale, Orlando; daughter, Elaine Hayes, Cape Coral; sisters, Dottie Head, Norleen Wilcox, both of Mena, Ark.; two grandchildren; four great-grandchildren. Woodlawn Funeral Home, Orlando.
Orlando Sentinel, The (FL) - Saturday, July 31, 1999 
Burkhart, Orval Jesup (I71082)
 
188 96, retired bookkeeper, died Sunday. Visitation 5 to 8 p.m. Friday and funeral 10 a.m. Saturday, both at Davis funeral home, Granite City. Burial at Sunset Hill Memorial Estates. Memorials to St. Peter Evangelical United Church of Christ.

St Louis Post Dispatch
Tuesday, June 10, 2003
B4
 
Weinlein, Gladys L (I67899)
 
189 A former Wellington resident, Charles Cecil Vaughan, 61, of Altus, died Sunday afternoon October 23 in an Altus hospital. He had owned Moore's Photography Studio in Altus for 21 years.

Mr. Vaughan came to Wellington to teach as a young man. He was married to Miss Audrey Taylor of Wellington on November 27, 1929 in Hollis and later was associated with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Taylor in the Taylor Creamery. He was active in civic affairs here.

He was born July 6, 1905 in Granite, OK. He was a deacon in the elm and Hudson church of Christ in Altus. Before moving to Altus, he operated a photography studio in Childress, now operated by his son.

Survivors are his wife; a son, Jimmie of Childress; three brothers, Max of Sentinel, OK, Hugh of Sayre, OK, and Robert of Southgate, CA; a sister, Mrs. Ardie E. Smith of Oklahoma City and two grandchildren.

The Wellington Leader October 17, 1966 
Vaughan, Cecil (I73059)
 
190 A funeral for George A. Slay, a third-generation masonry and brick contractor, will be at 10 a.m. Friday at the Evangelical United Church of Christ, 1210 Homer Adams Drive in Godfrey. Burial will be in Sunset Hill Cemetery in Edwardsville.
Mr. Slay, of Alton, died Tuesday - one day before his 79th birthday - at Alton Memorial Hospital after a short illness.
He owned the George Slay Brick Contracting Co. of Granite City from 1950 until his retirement in 1978.
He took over the business from his father, George H. Slay, who had operated the business since about 1912. Mr. Slay's grandfather, John Slay, started the business around the turn of the century.
Mr. Slay was a Thoroughbred owner and raced his horses at Fairmount Park Race Track, in Chicago and at tracks in Kentucky for the last 25 years.
Mr. Slay served in the Army in World War II.
Surviving are his wife, Constance Klee Slay of Alton; and two sisters, Violet L. Evans of Glen Carbon and Verna Meyer of Granite City.

St Louis Post Dispatch
Thursday, September 15, 1988
Page 18A
 
Slay, George Alexander (I68469)
 
191 A funeral service for Jesse Owen Peters of Heath, Ohio, will be held, Saturday, September 15, 2012, at 2:00 PM at the Criss-Schoedinger Funeral Home with Pastor Rusty Foley, of the Waters Edge Assembly of God Church officiating. Interment will be in the Schwaberow Cemetery in Van Buren, Ohio.

Jesse was born in Grundy Center, Iowa, on August 8, 1919, to the late William and Dakotah Elizabeth (Marshall) Peters. He died Wednesday September 12, 2012, at Sharonbrooke Assisted Living. He was 93.

Mr. Peters is preceded in death by his first wife, Lois (Bambauer) Peters; his daughter, Karen Peters Bass; three brothers and five sisters.

He is survived by his wife, Bonnie Jean Smith Fluhart Peters; daughter, Connie Peters (Stephen) Crank of Lynchburg, Virginia; and son, Jerry (Denise) Peters of Roanoke, Virginia; three step-children; 11 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren; and his sister, Helen James.

Jesse attended high school in Sidney, Ohio and attended The Ohio State University and Franklin University. He served his country during World War II with the Flying Tigers in the U.S. Army Air Corps as a communications technician in the Asiatic Pacific Theater. Jesse retired from the Newark Air Force Base in 1981.

He attended the Assembly of God Church and enjoyed working around the church after retirement. He was also an avid pilot.

Visit www.CrissSchoedinger.com to share a memory about Jesse or to sign an online guestbook. The family would like to express their deepest appreciation to step-son Victor and Donna Fluhart, sister-in-law Polly Ashcraft, and Dr. Mary Beth Hall for their special care and support over the years.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to Hospice of Central Ohio.

The Advocate
September 14, 2012 
Peters, Jesse (I2313)
 
192 A funeral service has been scheduled for Wesley Shamblin, 38, of Bakersfield, for Saturday, April 26 at 10 am at Peters Funeral Home in Shafter, with interment following at Shafter Memorial Park. Visitation will be held Friday, April 25, from **-**pm. Wesley passed away April 23, 2008, in Bakersfield.
Wesley James Shamblin was born Wesley James Baggett on August 26, 1969 in Fairbanks, Alaska.
He is survived by his father, Stanley Frederick Baggett; adoptive father, Steven Stanley Shamblin; mother, Sherry Ann (Patterson) Shamblin; brother, Steven Lee Shamblin; daughters, Brittney Lynn and Lacey Lynn Shamblin; grandmother, Helen Baggett; and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, one nephew, and friends.
He was preceded in death by grandparents, Elmo and Lorene Patterson, Richard Baggett, Ralph Shamblin, Norma Shamblin (Ogden) and Gene Ogden.
Wesley attended Bakersfield schools, including West High School and also Shafter High School. He was a charming, charismatic man who easily befriended many people. He lived his life at his own pace, in his own way. He worked in the oil fields, gardening and in construction maintenance. He loved riding on his motorcycle and creating unusual milkshakes. He will be missed by family and his many special friends.
Obituary posted online at: goldenvalleymemorial 
Shamblin, Wesley James (I33187)
 
193 A graveside service will be at 1 pm Tuesday at Santa Maria Cemetery for Arthur O Ringold Sr, 69, of Santa Maria. The Rev Bruce McClain of Pine Grove Baptist Church will officiate.

He died of natural causes March 8, 1996 at a local hospital.

Mr Ringold was born May 7, 1926 in Shreveport, La.

He was a resident of Santa Maria since 1961, formerly of the Los Angeles area. Mr Ringold worked with the aerospace industry for more than 30 years, last employed with International Telephone and Telegraphy Federal Electric Corp at Vandenberg Air Force Base. He was a member of Santa Maria Elks Lodge 1538, past president and member of Santa Maria Gun Club and a veteran of World War II serving with the US Navy.

Survivors include his son, Arthur Owen Ringold Jr of San Juan Capistrano; daughter Cynthia Bradshaw of Atascadero, sister Virginia Mahaffey of Jackson, Miss and two grandchildren.

Mr Ringold was preceded in death by his wife; Louise M Ringold, Oct 8, 1982.

Visitation is from 4 pm until 7 pm today at Dudley Hoffman Mortuary. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society, 1047A E Boone St, Santa Maria, CA 93454

Santa Maria Times (Santa Maria CA)
Monday, March 11, 1996
Page 5
 
Ringold, Arthur Owen Sr (I2772)
 
194 A homemaker and grandmother, Betty Jean Crook Kimbrell went to be with the Lord on Sunday, February 21, 2010. She was 82, a resident of Baker, and a native of Arkansas.

Visiting at Baker Funeral Home, 6401 Groom Road, Baker, until religious services, conducted by Rev. Dennis Allen. Interment to follow in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.

Survived by a son, Claude Riley Kimbrell III and wife Judy; two daughters, Jean Kimbrell and Bea Kimbrell Matusicky & husband Matthew; seven grandchildren, Thomas Fletcher, Jonathon Kimbrell, David Kimbrell, Jennifer Kimbrell, Sarah Kimbrell, Christine Kimbrell, and Claudia Kimbrell; eight great grandchildren, Jadon Fletcher, Laurielyn, Kaitlyn & Madelyn Kimbrell, Hayley & Dyllon Kimbrell, and Devin & Brennan Kimbrell; a brother, Louie Crook; and a sister, Myrtis Morris.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Marvin Estes and Mary Frances Pennington Crook; four brothers, Almos, Marvin Jr., James Stephen, and Billy Crook; three sisters, Gladys Woods, Mary Lee Dunigan, and Pat Sims Crow. 
Crook, Betty Jean (I70842)
 
195 A Jackson woman was killed late Tuesday afternoon in a horrible crash at Lakeland Drive and Highland Drive.

Pronounced dead on the scene was Mrs J B (Agnes) Butler, 54, of 744 Evergreen st.

Witnesses said she was thrown from the car she was driving, which then was spun over her body by the impact from a collision with a trailer truck.

The victim suffered massive injuries, including a crushed skull.

The truck driver, identified as John E George, 22, of 505 Mulberry St, was charged by Accident Investigator C W Harvey with manslaughter. Bond was set at $5,000.

According to Sgt Johnny Dickson, police public information officer, Mrs Butler was going north on Highland and had waited for oncoming traffic to clear before attempting a left turn onto Lakeland during the evening rush hour traffic.

A truck hauling scrap cars going east on Lakeland over the Interstate 55 overpass failed to stop for the intersection on the rain-slicked pavement, Dickson said.

A third vehicle, a car, in the intersection also was struck by the truck before it came to a stop on the median. The driver of that car suffered minor injuried.

Mr Butler's death was the city's fourth traffic fatality of the year.

Clarion-Ledger
Wednesday, May 22, 1974
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Mrs J B (Adeline) Butler, 54, of 744 Evergreen Street last Tuesday evening as a result of a truck and auto accident at Highland and Lakeland Drive.

Funeral: 2 pm Thursday from Griffith Memorial Baptist Church with the Rev Wilson Winstead officiating.

Interment: Lakewood Memorial Park

Survivors: her husband, John Baxter Butler; one daughter, Pamela Jean Butler, both of Jackson; one sister, Mrs W O Mauldine of Waynesboro; one brother, Zeno G Riley of Jackson.

A native of Quitman, she has been a resident of Jackson for 35 years. She was a member of Griffith Memorial Baptist Church, where she was a director of Pre-school Department of Sunday School and was director of Church Training Department. At the time of her death she was a hostess at the Riverside Community Center and was the past Hostess at Battlefield Community Center. She was past President of George Elementary School PTA and was a member of the Order of Eastern Star Jackson Chapter 47.

Clarion-Ledger
Thursday, May 23, 1874
Page 16 
Riley, Agnes Adeline (I60829)
 
196 A lawyer specializing in bankruptcy litigation for lenders, Lisa Ann Slay Street, 35, died of a brain tumor at her Atlanta residence Tuesday. The graveside service will be held at 11 a.m. today at Pinecrest Cemetery in Mobile, Ala.

Ms. Street was a partner in the law firm of Cashin, Morton & Mullins. She joined the firm five years ago after working for the law firm of Hurt, Richardson, Garner, Todd & Cadenhead.

The memorial service was Thursday. H.M. Patterson & Son, Spring Hill, was in charge of arrangements.

Survivors are her husband, Phillip Hampton Street of Atlanta; son, Conley Hampton Street, 3; her parents, Chobee and Shirley Slay of Spanish Fort, Ala.; and her brother, Leland C. Slay of Birmingham.

In lieu of flowers, the family requested that contributions be made to the Duke University Brain Tumor Research Fund, c/o Dr. Henry S. Friedman, Duke Medical Center, P.O. Box 3624, Durham, N.C., 27710.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Atlanta GA)
Friday, July 11, 1997 
Slay, Lisa Ann (I61414)
 
197 A lifelong resident of Indian Gap, she was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors: three sons; two daughters; sister; 10 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren. Neighbours, Ora (I75717)
 
198 A long-time Dumas resident, E V "Red" Wilson, 84, died Friday, May 21, 1993 in Memorial Hospital of Dumas, Texas. Funeral services were held Saturday in Morrison Memorial Chapel of Dumas with the Rev Jerry Clark, Pastor of the Bible Baptist Church, officiating.

Interment was in Northlawn Memorial Gardens of Dumas.

Mr Wilson was born April 24, 1909, in Memphis. He had lived in Dumas since 1942.

A retired maintenance department worker at American Zinc. Mr Wilson was a member of the Bible Baptist Church of Dumas.

He married Eva Cline on November 20, 1937, in Cheyenne, Oklahoma. Survivors include his wife, Eva, of the home; one son, Walter Wilson of Raton, New Mexico; one sister, Lena Ellis or Amarillo; two grandchildren and four great grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements were under direction of Morrison Funeral Director of Dumas.

Cheyenne Star
May 21, 1993
 
Wilson, Elbert Virgil (I65999)
 
199 A loving husband and father, he died Friday, May 6, 2005, at his home in Baton Rouge at the age of 51. He was a welder and a native of Bunkie. Visiting was at Rabenhorst Funeral Home, 825 Government St., Sunday, May 8, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. Visiting at St. George Catholic Church, 7808 St. George Drive, Monday, from 10 a.m. until Mass of Christian Burial at noon, celebrated by the Rev. Tom Ranzino. Burial in St. George Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Robben Mouliere Fontane; son, Jason L. Fontane, Baton Rouge; sister, Debbie F. Rabalais, Baton Rouge; two stepsisters, Diane West, Montgomery, Ala., and Martha Knoll, Alexandria; two brothers, Charles Gregory Fontane, Shreveport, and Jeffery P. Fontane, Port Orange, Fla.; and a stepbrother, James Knoll, Durango, Colo. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles Fontane; mother, Ada Pearl Moran; and stepmother, Frances Knoll Fontane. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Boys Hope of Baton Rouge, 251 Florida St., Baton Rouge, LA 70801.

The Advocate
Monday, May 9, 2005 
Fontane, David Anthony (I73904)
 
200 A memorial service for Mack Slay, 73, of Watonga, was held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2007, at Trinity Baptist Church, Watonga. The Rev. Jim Constant officiated. Burial was in West Mount Pleasent Cemetery, Watonga. Arrangements were by Russworm Funeral Home, Watonga.

Surviving are his wife, Kay Slay of Watonga; three sons, Jimmy Slay of Bella Vista, Ark., Timmy Slay of Pea Ridge, Ark., and Mack Slay Jr. of Watonga; three brothers, Junior Slay and Willard Slay, both of Watonga, and James Slay of Greenfield; and two sisters, Stella Knight of Oklahoma City, and Willie Mae Mc-Donald of Watonga.

He was preceded in death by one daughter, one brother, one sister and a grandson.
 
Slay, Mack (I67025)
 

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