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WARREN JACOB KNECHT A Mass of Christian Burial for Warren Jacob Knecht, 85-year-old longtime Enid resident, will be Monday, Jan. 15, 2007, in St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church at Noon. The Rev. Kevin Ratterman will officiate and Rev. Ernest Flusche will concelebrate. Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary will be Sunday, Jan. 14, 2007, at 7 p.m. in Henninger-Allen Funeral Home Chapel. Deacon Tony Crisp will officiate. Warren was born in his parent's home in Lovell, Okla. on Feb. 24, 1921. He moved to Enid with his family when he was a young boy and spent most of his life here. He graduated from St. Joseph High School, where he was class president, and attended Enid Business College. He moved to Washington D.C. during World War II. He served in the United States Army and was stationed at Fort Reno in El Reno, Okla. After the military, he returned to Enid and settled on a farm outside of Enid with his bride Lorraine Marie Lee. They raised nine children together. After her death, he married Carole Chiles in 1988. Warren spent his entire life raising wheat, cattle and supplementing his income with custom farm work and carpentry. He served for many years as president of General Royalties Corporation, a company founded by his father. He was active in school and church volunteer work at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. He was an honorary member of Bethany Extension Homemakers Club. He never turned down a chance to play cards and was a member of a local card party for many years. He spent his later years enjoying his garden, visiting his children and grandchildren and fishing with Carole. He had many neighbors who enjoyed his company and friendship. He leaves behind his beloved family. Survivors include his wife, Carole Chiles Knecht; his siblings, Lelah Morgan, her family and her husband Howard, John Knecht his wife Mary and their family; his children, Paul Knecht and wife Linda, Linda Knecht Arfele and her husband Frank, Katherine Knecht Becker and husband Steve, Steve Knecht and wife Joan, Marla Knecht, Jim Knecht and wife Beckie, Laura Knecht Ariail and husband Rich, Ron Knecht and wife Jacque, and Joan-Lorraine Huddleston and husband John; his grandchildren, Christopher Knecht and wife Debra, Melody Arfele Shores and husband Ben, Anne Becker, David Knecht, Jacob Knecht, Lucas Knecht, Jeffrey Knecht, Jamie Knecht, Lorraine Ariail, James Ariail, Tyler Knecht, Sam Knecht, Katie Knecht, John John and Alexa Huddleston; his great-grandchildren, Alexandra Knecht, Katelyn Shores and Sydney Shores. He was preceded in death by his parents Jacob and Elizabeth Knecht; his siblings, Clifford Knecht, Harley Knecht, and Fay Knecht Storms, and his first wife Lorraine Lee Knecht. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Joseph Catholic School or St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church with Henninger-Allen acting as custodians of the fund, 601 W. Broadway, Enid, OK 73701. NANCY KOZLOWSKI, Daughter of Jesse Ariail. Nancy Kozlowski, 50, of Embden, Maine, died unexpectedly at the Florida Hospital Waterman in Tavares, Fla., on February 5, 2009. She and her husband, Robert, were spending a few months in Florida to escape the harsh winter of New England. Mrs. Kozlowski was born in Greenville, S.C., on May 1, 1958, and was the daughter of Jesse Ariail and Nancy (Nichols) Cappotto. She attended Marblehead High School in Marblehead. While living in Massachusetts, she worked for the Zayre department store for several years, the place where she would meet her future husband, Robert. She married Robert Kozlowski on May 14, 1983, in Salem. She also became a CNA, working in this field for many years in Massachusetts and New Hampshire. Mrs. Kozlowski enjoyed photography and interior decorating. She was intrigued with the medical profession and became very knowledgeable in that field. She also liked to watch game shows and old movies, as well as play the slot machines in Connecticut and Las Vegas. She and her husband, Robert, loved to travel, especially within the United States, although they just recently spent their 25th wedding anniversary in Freeport, Bahamas, after having gone there for their honeymoon in 1983. Her love for her son, Kenneth, was unconditional, and her devotion and support to her husband was truly remarkable. She was also very devoted to the family dog, Sienna. Mrs. Kozlowski was diagnosed with a rare blood disease in 1983, which led to other various complications. She therefore was constantly fighting an uphill medical struggle. However, she endured daily and never let it interfere with her zest for life. She accomplished more in her 27-year battle than most would do in a lifetime. Her inner strength, will and drive were a true inspiration. To say she gave so much of herself for others is truly an understatement. For these reasons and countless others, her untimely death brings with it incredible shock and sadness to all who knew and loved her. This beautiful, thoughtful, selfless and remarkable woman will never be forgotten.

Mrs. Kozlowski is survived by her husband of 25 years, Robert Kozlowski of Embden, Maine; one son, Kenneth Kozlowski of Windham, Maine; two sisters, Terry Ward and Heather Ariail of South Carolina; a brother, Bernard and his wife Marilyn Maurais of Corvallis, Ore.; and several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and grandparents in South Carolina, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. She also cherished the hundreds of friendships made in Maine since moving there in 1980. She was predeceased by her mother, Nancy Cappotto; her stepfather, Richard Cappotto; and a truly important part of her life, her aunt Bettie Ariail. Visiting hours will be held on Wednesday, February 11, 2-4 and 6-8 p.m. at the Smart & Edwards Funeral Home, 183 Madison Ave., Skowhegan, Maine. A funeral service will be held on Thursday, February 12, at 9 a.m. at the funeral home with the Rev. Mark Tanner officiating. Burial will be at a later date in the spring. In lieu of flowers, Mrs. Kozlowski's husband requests that consideration be given to making a donation or a memorial gift in her honor to the Histiocytosis Association of America, 332 N. Broadway, Pitman, NJ 08071, 856-5896606, www.histio.org.

MILDRED GRACE KUYKENDALL, Wife of James Horace Ariail, Sr.

Mildred Grace Kuykendall Ariail, 63, widow of James Horace Ariail, died Tuesday, September 22, 2009, at her residence. Born in Greenville, she was the daughter of the late Lewis and Myrtle Lee Cason Kuykendall. Mrs. Ariail was retired as a mender from J. P. Stevens. Surviving are a son, James Ray Ariail; two stepdaughters, Cannie Hughes and Virginia Earnhardt; a stepson, Charles Anthony Ariail; six grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by a sister and a brother. Visitation will be held Friday, September 25, 2009, from 1:30 to 2:45 p.m. at Thomas McAfee Funeral Home, Downtown. The funeral service will follow at 3 p.m. in the Downtown Chapel. Burial will be at Greenville Memorial Gardens. Condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.thomasmcafee.com.

ROBERT ELBERT HESTER, SR., Son of Virginia L. Ariail

Robert Elbert Hester, Sr., 84, of 214 Cheyenne Trail, died Tuesday, October 20, 2009, at Doctors Hospital in Augusta, Ga. Born in Pickens County, a son of the late William Breckenridge and Virginia Ariail Hester, Mr. Hester retired as a selfemployed brick mason and was a member of Oak Grove Baptist Church. He was a veteran of World War II having served with the US Army and was awarded the Purple Heart. Surviving are his wife, Myrtle Cassell Hester of Liberty; two sons, Robert E. Hester, Jr., of Greer, and Harold Hester of Easley; three daughters, Paulette McAlister of Easley, Joan DeRossett of Greenville and Jean Crook of Simpsonville; two sisters, Ruth White of Woodruff and Virginia Hallman of Rock Hill; two step-sons, Martin Whitaker and Michael Whitaker, both of Pickens, a step-daughter, Rebecca Sargent of Liberty; eleven grandchildren, eleven great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. In addition to his parents, Mr. Hester was predeceased by a brother, Bill Hester, and by two sisters, Sally Boykin and Ina Bartlett. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the chapel of Robinson Funeral Home-Downtown with Rev. Barry Rackley and Rev. Leon Porter officiating. Burial will follow in Greenlawn Memorial Park. Visitation will be from 6 until 8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. The family is at 9 Jackson Street, Liberty, SC 29657. Condolences may be expressed online at www.robinsonfuneralhomes.com or in person at Robinson Funeral HomeDowntown, which is assisting the family.

JACQUELINE ANN GRIGSBY KELLY, Stepdaughter of Earl Davies Ariail, Sr.

Funeral service for Jacqueline "Jackie" Ann Grigsby Kelly, 50, will be held 4 o'clock Wednesday, June 7, 2006, at Spears Creek Baptist Church with interment in the church cemetery. The Reverend Joe T. Youngblood will officiate. Serving as pallbearers will be Roy Dinkins, Kenny Wilson, Johnny Youngblood, Rodney Jordan, Eddie Jordan and Dennis Barfield. Honorary pallbearers will be the ladies of the Women's Auxiliary of VFW Post 11079. The family will receive friends from 6:30 until 8:30 this evening at Shives Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to VFW 11079, 2464 Bowen St., Elgin, SC 29045-9013. Ms. Kelly died June 4, 2006. Born in Columbia, she was a daughter of Edith Hornsby Ariail and the late William B. Grigsby. She graduated from Keenan High School and Kenneth Shuler School of Cosmetology and worked as a hair stylist for 18 years. For the past five years she worked in financial services and most recently, with Quick Credit. She was a member of the Women's Auxiliary of VFW Post 11079. Survivors include her son, Phillip Ariail of Lugoff and son and daughter-in-law, Dustin and Amanda Michalko of Michigan; daughter and son-in-law, Angela and Paul Vanthof of Lugoff; six grandchildren, Kristian and Shane Ariail, Logan, David and Gavin Michalko, Chandler Padgett; siblings, Barbara Griffin of Tega Cay, Mike Grigsby, Darrell and wife, Pam Grigsby, Calvin Grigsby and Tina Gregory, all of Elgin; many nieces, nephews, uncles, aunts and cousins. In addition to her father, she was predeceased by a sister, Dawn Ariail; grandparents, Roy and Lillie Hornsby and Bryant and Sadie Grigsby; and a nephew, William Darrell Grigsby Jr. WARREN JACOB KNECHT, Father of Laura Ariail A Mass of Christian Burial for Warren Jacob Knecht, 85 year old longtime Enid resident, will be Monday, Jan. 15, 2007, in St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church at Noon. The Rev. Kevin Ratterman will officiate and Rev. Ernest Flusche will concelebrate. Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary will be Sunday, Jan. 14, 2007, at 7 p.m. in Henninger-Allen Funeral Home Chapel. Deacon Tony Crispo will officiate. Warren was born in his parent's home in Lovell, Okla. on Feb. 24, 1921. He moved to Enid with his family when he was a young boy and spent most of his life here. He graduated from St. Joseph High School, where he was class president, and attended Enid

Business College. He moved to Washington D.C. during World War II. He served in the United States Army and was stationed at Fort Reno in El Reno, Okla. After the military, he returned to Enid and settled on a farm outside of Enid with his bride Lorraine Marie Lee. They raised nine children together. After her death, he married Carole Chiles in 1988. Warren spent his entire life raising wheat, cattle and supplementing his income with custom farm work and carpentry. He served for many years as president of General Royalties Corporation, a company founded by his father. He was active in school and church volunteer work at St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church. He was an honorary member of Bethany Extension Homemakers Club. He never turned down a chance to play cards and was a member of a local card party for many years. He spent his later years enjoying his garden, visiting his children and grandchildren and fishing with Carole. He had many neighbors who enjoyed his company and friendship. He leaves behind his beloved family. Survivors include his wife, Carole Chiles Knecht; his siblings, Lelah Morgan, her family and her husband Howard, John Knecht his wife Mary and their family; his children, Paul Knecht and wife Linda, Linda Knecht Arfele and her husband Frank, Katherine Knecht Becker and husband Steve, Steve Knecht and wife Joan, Marla Knecht, Jim Knecht and wife Beckie, Laura Knecht Ariail and husband Rich, Ron Knecht and wife Jacque, and Joan-Lorraine Huddleston and husband John; his grandchildren, Christopher Knecht and wife Debra, Melody Arfele Shores and husband Ben, Anne Becker, David Knecht, Jacob Knecht, Lucas Knecht, Jeffrey Knecht, Jamie Knecht, Lorraine Ariail, James Ariail, Tyler Knecht, Sam Knecht, Katie Knecht, John John and Alexa Huddleston; his great-grandchildren, Alexandra Knecht, Katelyn Shores and Sydney Shores. He was preceded in death by his parents Jacob and Elizabeth Knecht; his siblings, Clifford Knecht, Harley Knecht, and Fay Knecht Storms, and his first wife Lorraine Lee Knecht. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Joseph Catholic School or St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church with HenningerAllen acting as custodians of the fund, 601 W. Broadway, Enid, OK 73701.

SALLY CECELIA TAYLOR WHITE, Daughter of Sallie Cecelia Ariail. Sally Cecelia Taylor White died at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, N.C., on Monday, Sept. 8, 2008, after a brief illness. She was surrounded by loving family and friends. She was born July 9, 1938, in Columbus, Ga. Sally grew up in Union, S.C., attended Saint Mary's in Raleigh, and graduated from Columbia College, in Columbia, S.C. in 1960. She went on to teach in Augusta, Ga., Heilbronn, Germany, Durham, N.C., and Charleston, S.C. Sally married David Scott Welton of Charlotte, N.C. in 1961. They had three wonderful children. In 1988, Sally married James Alexander White. The last 15 years of her life were spent in Blowing Rock, N.C. and in Litchfield By the Sea, S.C. Survivors include her husband, James Alexander White of Blowing Rock, N.C.; son, David Scott Welton Jr. of Charlotte; son, Ariail Taylor Welton and wife, Ellison, of Greenville, S.C.; daughter, Cecelia Welton McNorrill and husband, Gary, of Atlanta, Ga.; stepson, James Lee White and wife, Hilda Kay Cross, of Charlottesville, Va.; and stepson, Robert Alexander White of Charlotte. Grandchildren include Mary Elizabeth Welton, Chip Welton, Cecelia Welton, Andrew Welton, Ellis Welton, Sydney Welton, Isabel Welton, Winslow McNorrill, and Sallie Taylor McNorrill. Also surviving her is her aunt, Margaret Ariail Lawson and husband, Tom, of Huntsville, Ala.; cousins, James Ariail Lawson and Thomas Sims Lawson of Huntsville, Jane Candler Ariail and Mary Green Ariail of Charleston, S.C., and Thomas Muldrow Ariail Jr. of Chester, Va. She was preceded in death by her parents, Aaron Land Taylor and Sallie Cecelia Ariail Taylor; and her brother, Aaron Land Taylor, Jr. Sally's zest for life and her vivacious personality drew individuals to her throughout her life. Her faith and her wit contributed to an optimism that sustained her, her family, and her friends. She lived her faith in the Lord on a daily basis, and those who knew her were truly blessed. "For to me, to live is Christ, and to die is to gain." Phillipians 1:21. A memorial service was held on Thursday, Sept. 11, 2008, at Rumple Memorial Presbyterian Church, 1218 Main Street, Blowing Rock, N.C. at 11 a.m. The Rev. Charles Landreth and the Rev. Chip Cash officiated. The family received friends on the church grounds following the service. Contributions may be sent to The Crossnore School, P.O. Box 249, Crossnore, N.C. 28616. Hampton Funeral Service in Boone is in charge of the arrangements. CLARENCE FRANK `BILL' DAVIDSON, Grandson of Lillian Modena Ariail

Clarence F. Davidson II of Olathe passed away Thursday, June 5, 2003. Mr. Davidson was born Feb. 1, 1922, at Springfield, MO, the son of Clarence F. Davidson Sr. and McDee Smith Davidson. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and was stationed in the North Pacific. He worked as a Communication Maintainer for the St. Louis San Francisco Railway Company. He was a member of the St. Aidan's Episcopal Church. He married Nedra Bump, who preceded him in death. He is survived by three sons, Ronald J. Davidson, Donald R. Davidson and Clarence F. Davidson III; two daughters, Norma Weiser and Deborah Ashcraft; one sister, Helen Downing; 18 grandchildren; and 25 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday evening, June 9, at the St. Aidan's Episcopal Church in Olathe. Interment services will be Tuesday, June 10, at 11 a.m. at the I.O.O.F. Cemetery in Monett, MO. Memorial contributions may be made to the St. Aidan's Episcopal Church, 14301 S. Black Bob Rd., Olathe, KS 66062.

JAMES HENDRICKS, Husband of Ethel Smith, Luke Ariail family line. White Man Killed and Woman Assaulted in Crow Creek Section The most atrocious crime ever committed in Pickens county occurred at the old Parson's mill place in the Crow Creek section, fourteen miles above Pickens, Monday night, when Floyd McCollums, a Negro killed James Hendricks, a white man, and committed rape upon a woman of Hendricks' home, forcing the woman to remain with him until about daylight Tuesday morning. The woman informed a neighbor of the occurrence, but Sheriff Roark was not notified until about two o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Upon receipt of the information the sheriff and Policeman Nealey left for the scene of the crime. At

this time the body of the dead man had not been found, but, Sheriff Roark found it about 3 o'clock, behind the barn, about thirty yards from Hendricks' home. A hole had been knocked in the left side of his head, probably with a stick. About 1 o'clock Monday afternoon Hendricks and the Negro went together after some whiskey. Returning with the whiskey, the Negro then went somewhere after a chicken, which he brought back to Hendricks' house, where it was cooked and eaten. After supper, about 10 o'clock, the Negro pretended to see something in the yard, and he and the white man went out to see what it was. That was the last seen of Hendricks alive. The Negro returned to the house alone and forced the woman to remain with him until next morning. James Hendricks moved from Easley to Crow Creek only a few weeks ago and was not well known in that section, though it was known that his character was not of the best and not much importance was at first attached to the story of his disappearance, this causing the delay in notifying the sheriff. It is said that Hendricks and his wife did not get along together very well. At this time (Tuesday night) the Negro has not been captured. Officers and several citizens are scouring the country for him. We have been unable to learn the degree of excitement which prevails in the section where the crime was committed. McCollum is not well known in this section.

(Source: The Pickens Sentinel, Jul 2, 1914. Note: James Hendricks died 29 Jun 1914 approximately 10 p.m.).

McCullum, Murderer, Landed in Columbia.

The Pickens Sentinel, Jul. 9, 1914.

Floyd McCullum, the Negro murderer who committed two flendish crimes in the Crow Creek section of Pickens county last week, was captured near Franklin, N.C., Friday morning by Sheriff R.R. Roark and Policman H.A. Nealey, of Pickens, who were accompanied by Dover Hinkle and Fred Whitmire, of the upper part of the county. The officers took the prisoner on a branch line railroad from Franklin to Cornelia, Ga., where they changed to the main line and carried the prisoner to Columbia. The people in Pickens knew nothing of the capture until the Negro was out of reach and well on the way to the penitentiary. The chase for the negro began Tuesday night and was incessant until the capture Friday morning, being conducted with great skill and fortitude. During that time the officers chased the fiend about 135 miles through swamps and mountains and slept but five hours and ate two meals. The Negro had a long start and at times the hunt seemed fruitless, but with courage and determination which you seldom hear of except in novels, the officers pushed on. He had inquired along his route the direction to Asheville, while at the same time he was headed for the Tennessee line. The officers came upon him in what is known as Sugar Fork, ten or fifteen miles from the Tennessee line in North Carolina. The Negro made no resistance when captured. He denied the crime, but admitted that he was in the neighborhood of the dead man's home on Monday night. He is known by the names of Floyd McCullum, Alex McLain and Clate Humphrey. A reward of $300 had been offered for the capture of the Negro, Sheriff Roark offering to pay $50 and Gov. Blease $250. It is likely that the reward offered by the governor will be divided between Sheriff Roark and Chief Nealey. Pickens county was greatly stirred by the murder of Hendrix and a lynching could hardly have been averted had the Negro been brought to the Pickens jail. The Sentinel last week carried an account of the crimes, which occurred Monday night in the Crow Creek section. McCullum killed James Hendrix, a white man, and criminally assaulted a white woman in the same section. It was Tuesday afternoon before the sheriff heard of the crimes. The verdict of the coroner's jury was that "James Hendrix came to his death caused by some blunt instrument believed to have been in the hands of one Floyd McCullum."

(Note: Floyd McCullum was found guilty of the crimes and died in the Electric Chair.)

MLLE MONIQUE BERIAULT, John Ariails' Canadian Line. Entouree de sa famille, est decedee paisiblement a la residence La Pieta le Jeudi 11 Mars 2010, a l'age de 51 ans. Elle etait la fille de Madeleine Arial Beriault, et est maintenant aux cotes de son pere Francois Beriault; sa soeur Francoise Beriault et sa cousine Helene Seguin. Outre sa mere, elle laisse dans le deuil ses freres et soeurs: Jean-Pierre (Louise Tremblay) de Gatineau, Francois Jr de Gatineau, Lyne (Richard Servant) de Val-des-Bois, Colette (Daniel Guertin) de Gatineau; sa marraine Marguerite Ariail Labelle; sa cousine Louise Chenier. Lui survivent egalement son oncle Lucien Beriault (Rita Legault); ses tantes: Alexandrine Lamoureaux Arial, Marguerite Ethier Ariail et Gunnie Hotvedt Ariail ainsi que plusieurs neveux, nieces, cousins et cousines. Il n'y aura pas de visites a la maison funeraire. Le service religieux en presence des cendres aura lieu le Samedi 20 mars 2010 a 11h, en l'eglise Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde sise au 579 Route 309 a Val-des-Bois. La famille recevra les condoleances a l`eglise a compter de 10h30. L. C. MCFARLIN, 2nd cousin of James Patterson. L.C. McFarlin, 82, of Mize Road, Toccoa, Ga., passed away Sunday morning, April 11, 2010, at the Stephens County Hospital, Toccoa, Ga. Born May 1, 1927, in Franklin County, he was the son of the late John Avant and Ruby Grace Taylor McFarlin. He and his late wife, Dorothy Cleo Canady McFarlin, were married Oct. 24, 1953. She passed away Oct. 17, 2000. He was the brother of the late Wendell McFarlin, Roy McFarlin, Rachel Whitley and Betty Thomas. He was the owner-

operator of McFarlin's Auto Body Repair, for over 40 years. He served in the United States Army in Germany during the Korean War. He was a member of the New Bethel Baptist Church. Survivors include one daughter and son-in-law, Marilyn and Joe Smith, Toccoa, and one son and daughter-in-law, Dean and Gina McFarlin, Bremen, Ga.; four grandchildren, Matthew Bolmon, Bryce McFarlin, and Joe and Tabitha Smith; one greatgrandchild, Annie Smith; and one sister, Zelpha Canady, Carnesville, Ga. Services were Tuesday afternoon at 3 p.m. at the New Bethel Baptist Church with the Rev. Tommy Childress and Rev. Jerald Beatty. Burial with military honors followed in the church cemetery. The body was at the Ginn Funeral Home, Carnesville, Ga. The family was at the home of Marilyn Smith, Mize Road, Toccoa, Ga. They received friends from 7-9 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. MARION LEONARD KIMBALL, Cousin of Lorraine Patterson. Marion L. Kimball, 73, died Friday, at Togus after a long illness. He was born November 27, 1891 at Carmel and was a lifelong resident of Newburgh. He was a veteran of World War I and served in the 62 nd Company of the 153rd Depot Brigade. He was employed most of his life in construction work. He was a member of the American Legion in Carmel. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Nesta Ross, Newburgh, and Mrs. Rhoda Woodbury, Belfast; two sons, Marion, Jr., New York, and Melvin Kimball, Newark, Ohio; a brother, Floyd Goodale, Bath; two sisters, Mrs. Edith Emes, Carmel, and Mrs. Bernice Inman, Bath; 11 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The remains are at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ross, in Newburgh, where friends may call after 1 p.m. today. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Newburgh Center Church. Arrangements are being made by the Harvey Funeral Home in Carmel. BONNIE LEE DAHLING, 1st cousin of Lorraine Kimball Patterson Bonnie L. Dahling, 64, of 212 Fox Run Road, Stoddard, died Feb. 11, 2006, at Langdon Place of Keene after a period of failing health. She was born in Bangor, Maine, May 31, 1941, daughter of Frank and Grace (McNeil) Wyman. She graduated from Central Connecticut College with a teaching degree. Mrs. Dahling had lived in Manchester, Conn., prior to moving to Stoddard as a parttime resident in 1988 and then full-time in 2003. She taught school in Connecticut in her earlier years. She had worked for Aetna Insurance Co. for many years, retiring in 2004 as a supervisor. Mrs. Dahling became a teachers' aide in Stoddard after earning her N.H. certification. Her students in Stoddard will fondly remember her. In her childhood, she was a member of the Girl Scouts, and traveled with the group to Europe. Many years have passed since then, but her friends continued to visit her even 40 years later. Mrs. Dahling was a member of the Catholic Church and had attended the Congregational Church in Stoddard. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, was treasurer of the Fox Run Association, and was a member of the Stoddard Zoning Board of Adjustment. Survivors include her husband of 10 years, Albert C. Dahling of Stoddard; a son, Jonathan Coleman of East Granby, Conn.; a daughter, Elizabeth Rodriquez of Keene; a stepson, Robert Dahling of Katonah, N.Y.; four stepdaughters, Susan Dahling Sullivan of Mashpee, Mass., Gail Dahling Hench of Canton, Conn.; Lynn Dahling of Salem, Mass., and Diane Dahling of Groton, Conn.; a half-brother; two half-sisters; four grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Services will be held Thurseday at 11 a.m. at Fletcher Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 33 Marlboro St., Keene. Friends are invited. There are no public calling hours. The family has asked that, in lieu of flowers, contributions be made in Mrs. Dahling's memory to the Kingsbury Center for Cancer Care, 580 Court St., Keene 03431. DOROTHY EVA MERRICK, Wife of Wilfred Joseph Arial. Arial, Dorothy Eva. It is with great sadness that the family of Dorothy Arial announce her passing just short of her 90th birthday. Dorothy will be lovingly remembered and cherished by her children: Marie (Frank) Wilson, Juanita (Ron) Dunford, Barbara (Larry) Sawatsky, Wayne (Bev) Arial, Phil (Cathy) Arial, and Darrin (Debby) Arial; 18 grandchildren, 38 great-grandchildren, and sister, Marlene Meyers. Dorothy was predeceased by her husband, Happy Arial, brother, John Merrick, grandson, Steven Arial, and great-grandson, Jared Wilson. Dorothy was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia and moved to Edmonton at the age of 2 years. She grew up in Edmonton, received her nursing degree and became a Registered Nurse at the Edmonton General Hospital. Dorothy married Happy Arial, and after raising her family, she then resumed her nursing career putting her gift of care giving to work and worked there for over 25 years. Dorothy had a nuturing spirit and was a wonderfully hospitable hostess, as her home was welcoming to anyone who

entered. She will be dearly missed by all who knew her. A very special thank you to the Captial Health Home Care staff and to Shawn of Wildrose Seniors. A Visitation will be held on Wednesday, May 13, 2009 at 7:30 p.m. at Connelly-McKinley Funeral Home (10011 ­114 Street, Edmonton). A Funeral Mass will take place on Thursday, May 14, 2009 at 2:30 p.m. at Annunciation Catholic Church (9420 ­ 163 Street, Edmonton). If friends so wish, donations in memory of Dorothy may be made to the charity of one's choice. Connelly-McKinley Funeral Homes Downtown Chapel (780) 422-2222 Over 100 Years of Service. JANELLE MARIE SCHREIBER, Canadian Family Line. Schreiber, Janelle Marie May 18, 1987 ­ October 2, 2004 With heavy hearts the family of Janelle Marie Schreiber announce her sudden passing at the age of 17 years. Parents, family and friends by her side, Janelle ran peacefully to the arms of Jesus. She leaves behind to mourn her parents Jean and Allen; brother Kyle; sister Leslie; grandparents Peg (Lou) Arial and Mary (John) Schreiber; as well as numerous relatives and friends. Janelle was predeceased by her aunt Sharon Schreiber, uncle Ron Arial and her sister Robyn. Reverend Romano Venturelli, SDB will celebrate a Mass of Christian Burial at St. John Bosco Church, 13503-40 Street, Edmonton on Wednesday, October 6, 2004 at 10:00 a.m. Flowers gratefully declined. Friends who so wish may make memorial donations directly to the Stollery Children's Hospital Foundation, 4th floor Aberhart Centre, 11402 University Avenue, Edmonton, AB T6G 2J3. ConnellyMcKinley Ltd., 10011-114 St. (780) 422-2222, to send condolences: www.connelly-mckinley.com. BESSIE LEE KELLY CRAIG, Wife of David R. Craig. Bessie Lee Kelly Craig, 83, of 286 Bethel Road and widow of David Ross Craig, died Thursday, November 27, 2008. Born in Oconee County, a daughter of the late Doc F. and Jane Nora Hendricks Kelly, she was a retired employee of Singer Company and was of the Baptist faith. Surviving are a daughter, Betty Craig Rust (Tom) of Pickens; three grandchildren, Dwight Rust (Bonnie), David Craig Rust (Lezlie), and Sonya Skal; great-grandchildren, Corey Rust, Gareth Rust, Colton Skal, Alexa Skal, Kelly Rust, Alex Whitlock and Casey Whitlock. Graveside services will be 3 p.m., Monday at Gap Hill Baptist Church Cemetery with Rev. Doug Saylors officiating. The family will be at their respective homes. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice of the Foothills, 390 Keowee Road, Seneca, SC 29672. Condolences may be expressed online at www.robinsonfuneralhomes.com or in person at Robinson Funeral HomeDowntown, which is assisting the family. ROGER ELLIOTT CAUDELL, Great grandson of Dora Letitia Ariail. Mr. Roger Elliott Caudell, age 64, of 276 Cross Creek Lane, Toccoa, GA, passed away Wednesday, Jul 7, 2010 at St. Mary's Hospital in Athens.

The son of Roger Caudell and the late Faye Ragsdale Caudell, he was born April 23, 1946 in Stephens County where he lived all of his life. He was a graduate of the University of Georgia and a member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. After graduation, he worked for Atlanta Federal Savings & Loan Association for five years and was their youngest vice-president. Returning to Toccoa, he organized Caudell, Inc. and for thirty-eight years he was instrumental in the growth and progress of Toccoa and Stephens County. A member of The First Baptist Church of Toccoa and the Agoga Sunday School Class. He was appointed to the Georgia World Congress Center Authority by Governor Roy Barnes and was re-appointed by then Governor Sonny Perdue where he served a nine-year term. Mr. Caudell served for thirty-three years as a member of the Stephens County Hospital Authority and was serving as the current chairman. He was a former member of the Toccoa City Commission. Survivors are his father, Roger Caudell of Toccoa and his wife of thirty-eight years, Reba Price Caudell of the home. A daughter Laura Caudell Walters and her husband Christian Walter of Charlotte, NC., sons, Stephen Caudell of Toccoa and Wes Caudell and his wife, Jordan Caudell of Birmingham, AL, a grandson, Price Caudell. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon, 2 O'clock at the First Baptist Church of Toccoa with The Rev. Dr. Henry Fields and The Reverend Jerrell Beatty officiating. The following gentlemen will serve as pallbearers and will please assemble at the funeral home at 1:15 P.M. Saturday, Jim Payne, Mike Holcomb, Richard Harrell, Joe Niolon, Ron Addington, Ron Payne, Alton Adams, Jim Ashcraft, Wallace Whiten and William Gunn. The following groups will serve as honorary escorts and will please assemble at the First Baptist Church at 1:15 P.M. Saturday, The Agoga Sunday School Class, Stephens County Hospital Authority and employees, former and present, of Caudell, Inc. and subcontractors. Flowers are optional, those desiring may make memorial to Stephens County Hospital Foundation, 163 Hospital Drive, Toccoa, GA 30577 or the First Baptist Church, 475 E. Tugalo Street, Toccoa, GA 30577. The family will be at the home on Cross Creek Lane and will receive friends at Acree-Davis Funeral Home on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Interment will be in the family plot at Toccoa City Cemetery with The Rev. Dr. Henry Fields officiating. Acree-Davis Funeral Home in charge of arrangements for Elliott Caudell. HELEN FRANCES DAVIDSON DOWNING, Daughter of MacDena Ariail Smith.

SHERIDAN, Wyo. -- Helen F. Downing, 92, of Sheridan, died Saturday, Feb. 20, 2010, at Westview Health Care Center. A committal service will be at 2 p.m. Friday, March 12, in the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery. A memorial

service will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 29, at Our Lady of the Pines Catholic Church, Story. Champion Ferries Funeral Home of Sheridan is in charge. MARITA GULICK DAVIDSON, Wife of Clarence Frank "Bill" Davidson, Jr. Marita Davidson, 87, of Aurora, died at 4:17 p.m. Nov. 1, 2009. Burial will be in Pierce City Cemetery at a later date under the direction of Crafton-Cantrell Funeral Home of Aurora. HILTON THEO CLARK, Husband of Bessie Rae Lesley, 1928-2009. Hilton Clark, 81, died Sunday, July 26, 2009, at his home in Southport, Fla. Mr. Clark was born April 16, 1928, in Malvern, Ala. He left home at an early age during World War II to work the shipyards in Panama City, Fla. He later served 20 years, from 1947-1967, with distinction in the U.S. Navy, where he participated in the Berlin Airlift and served in the Korean War and Vietnam War. After his military career, Mr. Clark worked civil service law enforcement until he retired to Southport, Fla., where he spent the past 30 years. Mr. Clark was an avid fisherman and enjoyed working on boats and cars in his spare time. He is survived by his wife, Sharon L. Clark of Southport, Fla.; and two sisters, Johnnie Brooks of DeFuniak Springs, Fla., and Donnette Peacock of Slocomb, Ala. He was preceded in death by his parents, James and Wilma Clark of Geneva County, Ala. Arrangements are with Kent-Forest Lawn Funeral Home. JOHN ELFORD `EDDIE' RICE, Wife of Nell Martin. Son-in-law of Jeanie Ariail. John Elford Rice, 86, passed away at his home June 30, 2008. Born in Greenville, he was the son of Carrie Bell Eskew Rice and Oscar Prince Rice. He was the last surviving member of his immediate family. Mr. Rice was employed by Franklin Dyed Yarns for fifty-two years and upon retirement served as a volunteer for Meals on Wheels. Surviving are his wife of sixth-two years, Nell Martin Rice, a daughter Patti Thompson; son-in-law, Tony Thompson, and one granddaughter, Caroline Thompson of James Island, S.C. Services will be Wednesday, July 2, 2008, at 11 a.m. at Overbrook Baptist Church, 1705 East North Street, Greenville, with the Rev. Marilyn Crosby and the Rev. Nathan Gilstrap officiating. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Memorial Park. The family will receive friends Wednesday from 10 to 11 a.m. at the Church. Memorials may be made to Winyah Hospice, 880 Pleasantburg Drive, Suite 1A, Greenville, SC 29607. BENJAMIN S. ALLISON, Grandson of Elizabeth Climelia Ariail. Benjamin S. Allison Beaufort, SC- Benjamin S. Allison, age 70, of Lady's Island, died January 19, 2008, in his home, after battling Cancer.Mr. Allison was born July 24, 1937 in Savannah, GA. He was a son of the late Madge Shirley Allison and James Marvin Allison. He also had a brother, James Marvin Allison, Jr. "Jimmy", that preceded him in death. He grew up in Albany, GA and lived most of his adult working life in Atlanta, GA. He served in the Air Force for 5 years, after which he graduated from Clemson University in 1965. In 1991 he moved to Beaufort and retired from his position as a sales engineer with W. L. Gore & Associates. He enjoyed his family, traveling, reading, history, and was a master of many skills.Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Betty Ann Rhoad Allison of Lady's Island; his daughter, Mrs. Vincent (Cyndi) Simpkins of Lady's Island; his sons, Brad Allison of Charleston; Ben S. Allison, Jr. of Jacksonville; Stuart Allison of Albany, GA; and eleven grandchildren.A graveside memorial service and inurnment will be held at the National Cemetery in Beaufort, SC, Friday,February 1, 2008 at 2:30 pm, with the Reverend John Hetrick officiating.The family will be at his daughter's home, Cyndi Allison-Simpkins, 90 Marsh Drive, following the service and will receive friends from 4-8pm.For those desiring to make memorials, the family suggests they be made to the Friends of Caroline Hospice of Port Royal or to St. Helena Parish Church.Copeland Funeral Home of Beaufort will be in charge of arrangements. WILLIAM OSBORNE SOLMS, Husband of Harriet Hendricks, "Peg" Williams. October 6, 1920 ­ Mar 8, 2010. William Osborne Solms, beloved husband, father, grandfather, great-grandfather and friend, was called to his eternal home on March 8, 2010. At the time of his passing, he was surrounded by his living family. One of six siblings, he was born on October 6, 1920, to Annie Lee and Anton Solms in Savannah. Growing up, they spent the summers at their family-owned Solms Hotel at Tybee Beach, enjoying water sports, big band dances, and working the soda fountain. Bill graduated from Savannah High before entering the University of Georgia. At UGA he served as President of the SAE fraternity and earned his Bachelor' Degree in Business Administration with a BA in Accounting. He played on the UGA basketball team and was a member of R.O.T.C. Upon graduating in 1942, he was commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army and went into active service in World War II. During the war he was the Commander of the 960th Quarter Master Service Company, which received the Meritorious Service Unit Award and assisted in the establishment of the American Cemetery in Margraten, Holland. Last September, he was officially honored in the

Netherlands for his role in this effort. In addition, his Company supplied ammunition and fuel to troops in the Battle of the Bulge. He was awarded the Bronze Star at the end of his service. In 1947 he completed his UGA law degree and was admitted to the Georgia Bar. On September 4, 1947, he married Harriet "Peg" Hodgson of Athens and accepted a job with the Coca-Cola Export Corporation, which sent them around the world. After a short time in Argentina, Bill assumed responsibilities as Assistant Regional Manager for Coca-Cola in Mexico. He served there for sixteen years before his relocation to the Latin American Headquarters in Coral Gables, Florida. The family lived there for ten years, and Bill became President of Coca-Cola Latin America in 1970. They relocated to Atlanta, Georgia, where he was Senior Vice President of the Coca-Cola Company. He retired in 1981. He adored his wife, Peg, and they enjoyed sixtythree exciting and wonderful years together. Their marriage was a model of love, faithfulness, and faith. Bill was a committed member of Church of the Apostles and was devoted to the Friday Morning Men's Fellowship. His love for the Lord and others was evident in all that he did. He is survived by his beloved wife Peg; his sister Ida Lee Cheeves and husband Buck; his son Bill Jr. and wife Marianne; daughter Nell Wright and husband Jim; daughter Harriet Mathews and husband Mark; son John and wife Cam; eight grandchildren and their spouses; and four greatgrandchildren, with two more on the way. Visitation will be held Friday, March 12 th from 6-8 P.M., and a Funeral Service Celebrating Bill's life will be held Saturday, March 13th at 10 A.M. Both services will be at H.M. Patterson & Son, Spring Hill, 1020 Spring Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30309, 404-876-1022. In lieu of flowers, gifts in Bill's name may be made to the Winship Cancer Institute at Emory at http://cancer.emory.edu/ or to Church of the Apostles at http://www.apostles.org/. View this Guest Book at www.MiamiHerald.com/obituaries. CHERADEL R. CROSLEY, Mother-in-law of William Osborne Solms, Jr. Cheradel R. Austin, born October 31,1911 in Kansas City, Kansas, passed away during the evening of March 27,2004 of complications caused by a massive heart attack. She grew up in Topeka as the oldest of three daughters while her father worked for the Santa Fe Railroad Company. She attended the University of Kansas during the depression, seeking a degree in music, and where she met and married Harold L. Austin in 1933. She worked as a secretary, piano teacher, and housewife while Harold worked with his brother as a pharmacist in Topeka. Harold was then later employed by the Kansas Food and Drug Administration before proudly serving in the United States Navy in World War II. While Harold served in the Pacific, Cherry suffered the death of her first-born daughter, Rosemary. Upon her husband returning from the war she supported Harold's move to the Arkansas Food and Drug Administration in Little Rock where he obtained a law degree at the same time as their beloved daughter Marianne was born. Harold was then employed by the Coca-Cola Company in Atlanta where they lived forty-four years until Harold passed away in 1998. Cherry enjoyed enriching her friends' and family's lives with her creativity, attending the Food and Drug conventions all over the country and vacationing in Estes Park, Colorado where she and Harold built a vacation home (where they were members and thoroughly enjoyed the Estes Park Summer Residents Association and attending services at the Community Church of the Rockies). She lived in Miami, Florida with Marianne and her son-in-law after Harold passed away. While in Miami she attended Immanuel Presbyterian Church and especially enjoyed the piano and chorus music there. During the past three months she enjoyed residing at East Ridge Retirement Village and chasing peacocks with her good friends Judy or Deloris and driving her golf cart while listening to music from Glen Miller, Frank Sinatra, and Perry Como. Cherry is survived by her beloved daughter, Marianne Austin Solms, her "favorite son-in-law" William O. Solms, Jr.; and her grandchildren of which she was very proud and loved dearly, William O. Solms, III and his wife Karen Walby Solms, and Lorainne Solms Marsh and her husband, Michael Marsh. A funeral service will be held in the chapel of A. S. Turner & Sons at 2:30 p.m., Sunday, Rev. Neal Gilmore officiating. Interment will follow at Arlington Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations to The Community Church of the Rockies in Cherry's name would be appreciated. The family will receive friends from 1:30 to 2:30 P.M. Sunday at A. S. Turner & Sons LOUISE LIVELY HENDRICKS, Wife of Smith Griffin Hendricks, Sr. Louise Lively Hendricks, 84, of 213 Holly Bush Road, wife of the late Smith Griffin Hendricks, Sr., died Tuesday, March 30, 2010, at the McCall Hospice House. Born in Greenville County, the daughter of the late Louis Wilson and Eleanor Walker Lively, Mrs. Hendricks was a graduate of Greenville High School and Furman University. She worked with the Pickens County Legislative Delegation for many years and also served on the board of Pickens County Board of Disabilities and Special Needs and was an active member of the Easley Women's Club. As a devoted member of First Baptist Church, Easley, she served as diligent treasurer of the Philanthea Sunday School Class. Surviving are a son, Smith Griffin Hendricks, Jr.; grandchildren, Smith Griffin Hendricks, III, Elizabeth Hendricks Nicholson and Catherine Elizabeth James Hendricks; great-grandchildren, Owen Franklin Watterson and Charles Rhett Nicholson. In addition to her husband and parents, Mrs. Hendricks was predeceased by a brother, Lawrence Wilson Lively. Funeral services will be 11:00 a.m. Friday in the chapel of Robinson Funeral Home-Downtown with Rev. Dr. John Adams officiating. Burial will follow in Springwood Cemetery in Greenville. Visitation will be from 10:00 until 11:00 a.m. Friday at the funeral home, prior to the service.

Memorials may be made to the charity of one's choice. Condolences may be expressed online at www.robinsonfuneralhomes.com or in person at Robinson Funeral HomeDowntown, which is assisting the family. RUTH BROOKS, Wife of Rufus Foy Foxworth. Ruth Brooks Foxworth, 91, of 48 Foxworth Drive, loving wife of the late Rufus Foy Foxworth, went home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Thursday, November 5, 2009. Born in Anderson County, she was a daughter of the late Winslow L. and Essie Mauldin Brooks. Mrs. Foxworth was retired from the Greenville News, she was a former member of "Women Aglow", and Christian Women's Club. She was a Mayflower Descendant and a member of Mount Lebanon Baptist Church. She is survived by five daughters who loved her dearly, Wanda Styles and husband, Roland, of Travelers Rest, Donna Greene and husband, Jeff, of Greenville, Linda Foxworth of Florence, Sandra Baumberger and husband, Julius, of Flat Rock, N.C., Sharon Armitage and husband, Frank, of Greer; a sister, Alice Thomas of Easley; 10 grandchildren, Greg Styles and wife Laura, Ronda Stonestreet and husband Nick, Jeffrey Greene and wife Brigitte, Marcus Greene and wife Lisa, Daniel Baumberger, Jerry Baumberger and wife Ali, Debra Ponton and husband Barry, Cathy Stepp and husband Jerry, Lina Jenkins and husband Adam, Thomas Armitage and wife Shelley; and 18 great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by two sisters, Mabel McKee and Dessieree Klipstein; and two brothers, Walter and Joe Brooks. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at The Howze Mortuary Chapel with burial to follow at Coleman Memorial Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 5 until 7 o'clock Saturday evening at The Howze Mortuary. The family will be at their respective homes. Memorials may be made to Mount Lebanon Baptist Church, 572 Mount Lebanon Baptist Church Road, Greer, SC 29651 or Meals on Wheels, 15 Oregon Street, Greenville, SC 29605. The family of Mrs. Foxworth would like to extend a sincere thank you to the Loving and Faithful Deacons Ministry at Mount Lebanon Baptist Church and to the wonderful staff at National Healthcare of Greenville. Online condolences may be expressed to the family at www.thehowzemortuary.com MARY MAULDIN, Wife of Rev. James H. Mauldin. MAULDIN Rev. Mary Lindsey Mauldin, 88, life long resident of Jacksonville, passed away May 22, 2007. Born on January 11, 1919 to the late Agnes Heilman. Mary was an Evangelist and a Penacostal Minister; she witnessed to many. She is survived by sisters Juanita Bliss and Margie Brasher; daughters Margaret McDonald, Orine Lindsey, Venice Thomas, Virginia Lafreniere and Cheryl Bryant; 18 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren, three great great grandchildren and many other family and friends. Family will receive friends Friday, May 25, 2007 from 6-8pm at the Town & Country Funeral Home. Funeral Services will be held at 11am on Saturday, May 26, 2007 at the funeral home, 7242 Normandy Blvd. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Community Hospice of NE Florida or St. Jude Children's Hospital. Please Sign the Guestbook @ Jacksonville.com JAMES SWAYNE LEWALLEN, Husband of Lynn Parks. March 27, 1926 ­ August 1, 2010. Swayne Lewallen, age 84, of Nails Creek Community, Homer, GA passed away on Sunday, August 1, 2010. Mr. Lewallen was born in Banks County, GA on March 27, 1926, to the late James W. and Madge Coffee Lewallen. In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by his sister, Jannette Watkins, brothers, Owen and Nelson Lewallen. Mr. Lewallen served in the U.S. Navy during WWII where he was stationed in Okinawa, Japan. He was a member of the Nails Creek Baptist Church where he served as a deacon for a number of years and was also a member of the Heaven Bound Sunday School Class. Mr. Lewallen retired after many years as the owner and operator of the Nails Creek Gas Company. Survivors include wife, Lynn Parks Lewallen, Homer, GA; sister and brother-in-law, Ruzelle and Milton Patterson, Homer, Ga; brothers and sisters-in-law, Clay and Peggy Lewallen and Ray and Glenda Lewallen, all of Baldwin, GA; and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services are scheduled for 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 4, 2010 at Nails Creek Baptist Church with the Rev. Duane Eller officiating. Interment will follow in the church cemetery. Mr. Lewallen will lie in state at the church from 1:30 p.m. until the service hour. The family will receive friends at the South Chapel in Baldwin from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday. Those wishing to express online condolences to the Lewallen Family may do so by visiting www.whitfieldfuneralhomes.com. Arrangements are in the care of the Whitfield Funeral Home, South Chapel, Baldwin, Georgia. (706) 778-7123. CORRIE HARVEY, Wife of James Curtis (Curt) Whitfield. Corrie Ellen Harvey Whitfield, 86, widow of James Curtis Whitfield, of 3009 Earl Shirley Rd., died Thursday, March 19, 2009 at AnMed Health Center in Anderson.

Born in Greenwood County, she was a daughter of the late Jerry Barney Sr. and Lidie Jane Balentine Harvey. She was formerly of 119 Maryland Ave. She was a member of Chiquola Baptist Church, a homemaker, and had worked in the Lunch Room at Watkins School. Surviving are two daughters, Patricia Smith and husband Archie and Mary Jane Haselden and husband Tommy, both of Honea Path; two grandsons, Mitch Smith and wife Annette and Chad Smith and wife Angie both of Honea Path; and three great-grandchildren, Magan Smith, Austin Cooley and Erica Smith. She was pre-deceased by a grandson, Heath Haselden and two brothers, William Henry Harvey and Jerry Barney Harvey, Jr. Funeral services will be held at 3 P.M. Saturday at Pruitt Funeral Home with Dr. Ron Culbertson officiating. Burial will follow in the Garden of Memories. The family will receive friends from 1:30 to 3:00 P.M. Saturday at Pruitt Funeral Home prior to the service. The family is at the home of her daughter, Patricia Smith, 3009 Earl Shirley Rd. The family requests flowers be omitted. Memorials may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation or to the charity of one's choice. Online condolences may be made at www.parkerwhitepr. JUANITA AIKEN CAMPBELL, Wife of Walter Thomas Campbell. Juanita A. Campbell, 78, of 206 McDowell Street, died on Thursday, August 31, 2006. Born in Pickens, she was a daughter of the late William Ernest and Mattie Crowe Aiken, and wife of the late Walter T. Campbell. Surviving are five children, Linda Terry of the home; William "Bill" Ellison and wife, Debbie of Greenville, Patricia Duncan and husband, Anthony of Marietta, Tempest Donald and husband, Julius of Greenville, and Kelly Whitman and husband, Bryan of Easley; three siblings, Joe Aiken of Greenville, Virginia Aiken of Hendersonville, N.C., and Michael Aiken of Saluda, N.C.; 13 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and a special niece and nephew, Debra and Butch Huff. The family would like to extend their extreme gratitude to the staff of Medi Home Hospice for their living care. Visitation will be held on Friday from 6 to 8 p.m. at Thomas McAfee Funeral Home, Northwest. Services will be held on Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the funeral home. Burial will be at Graceland Cemetery, West. The family is at the residence. VERA EVELYN MARRETT, Wife of Claude Welborn "Red" Hinton. Vera Evelyn Marrett Williamson, passed away Friday, October 23, 2009, at McCall Hospice House. She was born October 22, 1917 in Greenville County and was the daughter of the late John and Maggie Corn Marrett. Mrs. Williamson was a member of Agape Baptist Church. Surviving are two daughters: Juanita Hinton Parro (Nat) and Brenda Hinton Reece (David); a stepson, Eddie Williamson, Jr.; 12 grandchildren, Frank Halstead (Claudia), Cindy Basinger (Terry), Rick Halstead (Rene), Rudy Halstead (Janet), Greg Parro (Guynette), Nannette Howell (Mike), Kelley Rogers (David), Wayne Hinton (Kathy), Dena Toth (Scott), Dyna Wactor (Robert), Jodie Reece (Steve Whaley), and Tony Reece (Quinn); stepgrandchildren: Mike and Lynn Williamson; a niece: Marsha Blessing (Mike); and nephew: Hosea Marrett (Karen); 35 greatgrandchildren; and 16 great-great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Arthur E. Williamson, Sr.; a son, Claude Edward Hinton; and a brother and sister-in-law, Hosea and Lora Marrett. The Reverends Rudy Halstead, Jr. and Rudy Halstead, III will conduct a graveside service on Monday, October 26, 2009, at 11 a.m. at Graceland West Cemetery. The family will be at 118 Miami Ave., Piedmont, S.C. and will receive friends following the service at the graveside. Please omit flowers. Memorials may be made to Agape Baptist Church, mailing address: 118 Miami Avenue, Piedmont, SC 29673 or McCall Hospice House, 1836 West Georgia Road, Simpsonville, SC. 29680. Thomas McAfee Funeral Home is handling the arrangements. ROBERT FRANKLIN SPANGLER, Husband of Joyce Christine Ariail. Died Feb. 6, 2007 SHELBY -- Mr. Robert Franklin Spangler, 88, of 532 W. Sumter St., died Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2007, at The Laurels of Hendersonville. Funeral: Clay-Barnette Funeral Home will announce arrangements. Robert F. Spangler March 15, 1918 ­ Feb. 6, 2007 SHELBY -- Mr. Robert Franklin Spangler, 88, of 532 W. Sumter St., died Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2007. He was a native of Shelby and son of the late Bailous and Lula Belle Dorsey Spangler. He was the manager of LutzYelton Coal Co., retiring after 52 years. He was an active member of First Baptist Church of Shelby for many years. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife of 65 years, Christine Ariail Spangler; brother, J.B. Spangler; and sister, Marjorie Rice. He is survived by his daughter, Marjorie S. Porter and husband, Hugh, of Columbus; grandchildren, Martha Porter of Coral Gables, Fla., Ann Porter of Naples, Fla., and Marjorie Erb and husband, Kenny, of Pittsburgh; great-grandson, Porter Erb of Pittsburgh; sisters, Catherine Porter and Mary Ann Trice, both of Shelby; brother, Bill Spangler and wife,

Sue, of Shelby; and sister-in-law, Katherine Spangler of Shelby. Visitation: The family will receive friends tonight from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Clay-Barnette Funeral Home. Funeral: Saturday at 10 a.m. in Webb Chapel of First Baptist Church; the body will be placed in the church 30 minutes before the service Burial: Cleveland Memorial Park Officiated by: The Rev. Tony Tench Memorials: First Baptist Church, 120 N. Lafayette St., Shelby, NC 28150 Online Tribute Video/ Condolences: www.claybarnette.com HELENE EMOLINE GREGSON, Wife of Vernleigh F. Gregson. Helene, 91, passed away March 3 in The Dalles, OR. Born on March 29, 1918 to Myrtle and Thomas Ballew, the seventh of eight children, she grew in Hill City S.D. In 1938 she married Vernleigh Gregson. In 1949 they bought their home in Puyallup. Vern passed away in 2000. She is survived by daughter Judy (Mike) Metzentine, granddaughters Tyla (Scott) Kuhn and Lacy (Brandon) Underhill, all of Oregon. Memorial services will be held on March 13 at 2pm at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses 1821 10th Ave. SE, Puyallup, WA. WILLIAM EARL HUGHES, Lucy Ariail family line. William E. Hughes, 82, of Cheyenne died March 30 at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center. He was born Dec. 10, 1926, in Sheridan. Mr. Hughes was an equipment engineer with Mountain bell Telephone. He married Lila Maxine Dinsmoor on May 23, 1949, in Westminister, Colo. He was a veteran of World War II in the U.S. Navy. Mr. Hughes was a member of Grace United Methodist Church. He is survived by his wife, Lila Hughes of Cheyenne; his sons, Alan Hughes and Dale Hughes, both of Cheyenne, and Larry Hughes of Phoenix; a daughter, Suzi Troncin of Cheyenne; sisters, Pat Koch of Denver, Mary Lou Barnard of Douglas, June Hale of Casper and Phyllis Hepp of Buffalo; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, Earl and Valgene (Talbot) Hughes; and a sister, Jean Whitted. Memorial services will be 1 p.m. Friday at Grace United Methodist Chruch with The Rev. Don G. Sperber and Rev. Gale Graves officiating. Cremation - Schrader's Sunset Park Crematory. Arrangements by Schrader Funeral Home. VIRGINIA LYNN HYDE, Lucy Ariail family line. Virginia Lee Mullins, born October 27, 1926, she went to be with the Lord on March 8, 2010. Virginia was born in Rapid City, South Dakota to Clarence and Helen Hyde where she was raised. Virginia married Harold T. (Moon) Mullins July 15, 1945 in Yakima, WA. Together they moved to Puyallup in 1950 where they raised their family. Virginia was survived by her 6 children; Dannie (Jeannie), Diane Kurz (David), Lynn (Mark Kershaw), Marilyn Vetch (David), Craig (Tammy) and Brian (Sarah). Also by 15 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren, and 1 great-greatgrandchild. Reposing at Powers Funeral Home, 320 W. Pioneer Avenue on Monday, March 15, 2010 from 5PM to 7PM. Family and friends are welcome to the Graveside Service on Tuesday, March 16, 2010; 11:00AM at Sumner Cemetery. A memorial service will begin at noon at Presbyterian Church in Puyallup with a reception following. We love you Mom! BARBARA JOAN DREES, Wife of Henry John "Bud" Tieben. Lucy Ariail family line. Barbara Tieben, 78, of Shakopee, passed away Thursday, June 11, 2009 at St. Gertrude's Care Center in Shakopee. Visitation will be Saturday, June 13, from 9-10:30 a.m. at St. Mark's Catholic Church, 350 S. Atwood St., Shakopee, with the Mass to follow at 10:30. Funeral arrangements by Ballard-Sunder Funeral Home, Shakopee, 952-445-1202. www.ballardsunderfuneral.com. MARGERY HELEN GRAHAM CHATFIELD, Wife of Charles Edwin "Chipper" Chatfield. Margery Chatfield, 86, Sundance, died Friday, Aug. 21, 2009, at Crook County Nursing Home in Sundance. Survivors include her husband, Chipper; two daughters, Eva Rush and Nancy Thorn; a son, Ed Chatfield; a sister, Mabel Foltz, Billings, Mont.; two brothers, Joe Graham and Buck Graham; eight grandchildren; and 12 greatgranchildren. Arrangements are pending with Fidler-Roberts & Isburg Funeral Chapel in Sundance. Sunday: August 23, 2009, AM MDT Sundance ­ Memorial services for Margery H. Chatfield, 86, will be held at 12 p.m., Friday, Aug. 28, 2009, at the Church of Christ, 369 W. Hwy 14. Interment will follow at Mount Moriah Cemetery. She died Friday, Aug. 21, 2009, at the Crook County Nursing Home, in Sundance.

Arrangements are under the care of Fidler-Roberts & Isburg Funeral Cahpel. A memorial fund has been established to the wheelchair fund for Colleen Corner. Memorials will be accepted at the Sundance State Bank, P.O. Box 950, Sundance, Wyo. 82729. CLARENCE ESTEL HYDE, Lucy Ariail Family Line Clarence E. Hyde, 88, of Puyallup, died Feb. 19. Born in Rapid City, S.D., he had been a Puyallup-Alderton area resident since 1947. He was a retired insurance agent with State Farm Insurance Co. and was a valley raspberry grower. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, Puyallup. An Army veteran of World War I, he received the French Oua de Guerre of the Battle of the Argonne. He also received the Purple Heart. A charter member of the American Legion in Rapid City. He also was a member of the Disabled American Veterans and the Masonic Lodge. Besides his wife, Helen, survivors include two daughters, Virginia Mullins of Puyallup and Audrey Kral of Winlock, Wash; a son, Glenn Hyde of Baltimore, Md.; a brother, Gordon Hyde of LaMar, Mo.; a sister, Wilma Bale of New Underwood, S.D.; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Graveside services will be conducted Tuesday, Feb. 23, 12:30 p.m. at the Sumner Cemetery. Memorial services will follow at 2 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church of Puyallup with the Rev. Jack Terry officiating. Memorials to the First Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund. Visitation is scheduled at Hill Funeral Home until noon Tuesday, Feb. 23. Hill Funeral Home, Puyallup, is in charge. HELEN VIRGINIA HUGHES HYDE, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Helen Virginia Hyde, 89, of Puyallup, died Aug 27. Born in Rapid City, S.D. Dec 27, 1900, she worked for her husband in the insurance business, and worked on the Republican Party election board for many years. She was a lifetime member of the Presbyterian Church and a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Puyallup. Survivors include daughters Virginia L. Mullins of Puyallup and Audrey M. Kral of Winlock, son Glenn of Timonium, Md., sisters, Mary Walker of Rapid City, S.D., Vivienne Hughes of San Francisco, Calif., and Marjorie Henricks of Sturgis, S.D. 12 grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren, and two great-great-grandchildren. Services are Aug 30 at 2 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. Burial is in Sumner. Any Remembrances may be made to First Presbyterian Church, 412 West Pioneer Ave., Puyallup, 98371. Arrangements through Hill Funeral Home. THOMAS A. BALLEW, JR., Lucy Ariail Family Line Thomas A. Ballew died at the age of 81, August 5, 1990. He was born in Rapid City, South Dakota but raised in his beloved Black Hills. Tom moved to Tacoma in 1940. He was an accomplished welding instructor and taught at Buckley, Ft. Lewis, McNeil Island and Clover Park Vocational School. Building trailer frames in his home basement eventually led to the founding of Ballew's Welding and Trailer on south Tacoma Way. Owning his own successful business since 1945 and being able to pass it on to his three sons was always a great source of pride for Tom. "I started all by myself, with no help from anyone, and without a dime my pocket." Survived by his wife, Florence; sons, Richard and his wife, Mary Ann, Robert and wife, Janice, and David, six grandsons and one granddaughter. Also survived by his brother, Wesley, Spokane, sisters; Helen Gregson, Puyallup and Bernice, Missouri. A private family service will be held. Family and friends are invited to gather at the home of Robert and Janice Ballew on Tuesday, August 14, at 3 p.m. 4302 72 nd Ave. W., Tacoma. (U.P.) FLORENCE H. WAARE BALLEW, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Florence H. Ballew, born November 20, 1910, died of cancer on November 29, 1990, in the home of Robert and Janice Ballew, who had given her loving care for the last four months of her life. Our hearts are full of gratitude for their tireless devotion. Florence joins her husband, "Tommy," who died August 5, 1990. Jointly, they founded Ballew's Welding & Trailer on South Tacoma Way in 1942. Florence faithfully "kept the books" for 30 years and shared in all the struggles and lean years of starting their own business. We will always remember her kind and gentle spirit. She is survived by sons and daughters-in-law Richard and Mary Ann Ballew, Robert and Janice Ballew, and sons David; six grandsons; one granddaughter; sister, Mamie O'Neill, Neb. Memorial service 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 5 th in the Evergreen Chapel, New Tacoma Cemetery. DAVID G. BALLEW, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Age 58 passed away August 12, 2006 peacefully at his home. Born May 20 th, 1949 in Tacoma, Washington, Dave was a lifelong Tacoma resident, attending school in the Clover Park school district. He spent his entire working career

in the family business. In his younger days, Dave became an accomplished trap shooter, winning many local and regional competitions. He also enjoyed spending many hours tinkering with his XKE. After retiring for medical reasons, Dave moved to one of his favorite places in the country, Reno, Nevada for a few years, eventually setting back in Spanaway. Dave was preceded in death by his parents Tom and Florence. Surviving relatives include his brothers Robert (Janice) and Richard (Mary Ann). His sons Keven, Keith and Mike. He also leaves two grandchildren. The family would like to thank his caregiver Robert for his personal care and making sure Dave was happy these last few months. A private family service is being planned. CHARLES `PETE' TAYLOR, Nephew of Olen and Elene Ariail. Most Excellent Companion Charles "Pete" Taylor, age 62, of 285 Julia Lane, Toccoa, Ga., passed away Sunday, Sept. 5, 2010, at his home. A son of the late Charles Lee Roy Sr., and Louise Cash Taylor, Most Excellent Companion Charles "Pete" Taylor was born Sept. 26, 1947, in Stephens County Ga., where he had lived all his life. He attended Stephens County Public Schools. Excellent Companion Taylor was a member of Toccoa First United Methodist Church. He was a member of the Men's Club of the church, past president and steward of the official board, a member of the men's Bible class and Past President . He was a teacher of the Curtis Wesley Class and Vice President. Companion Taylor was a retired lab technician with Coats American. Most Excellent Companion Taylor was raised in Grove Lodge 652, moved in 1969 to Toccoa Lodge 309 where he served as Worshipful Master in 1983. He was chairman of the District Deputies to the Grand Master for the Ninth District and Worshipful Master of the Ninth District Masonic Convention. He was a member of Toccoa Chapter 21 RAM, served as High Priest and the Order of High Priesthood and Past High Priest of the Ninth District Royal Arch Convention. He served many years as secretary and was appointed as Grand Representative to the State of South Carolina. He was a member of E.L. McConnell 40 Council of Royal and Select Masters, served as Illustrious Master and as Recorder since 1984. He was a member of the Order of the Silver Trowel and was appointed Grand Representative of Pennsylvania. He was a member of Philemon Commandry 33 Knights Templar. He served as Commander and as Knight Crusader of the Cross of Alabama since 1983. He received Commander of the Temple award and was appointed as the Grand Representative to Connecticut. He was a member of Fidelitas Tabernacle No. LXX-VII HRAKTP, serving as Preceptor. He was a member of Cherokee Rose Priory No. 56 KYCH serving as Prior. He received the KYCH with three Quadrants. He was a member of Luther G. Palmer York Rite College No 123. He was Knight Masons for the State of South Carolina. He was a Member and Sovreign of St. Ambrose Red Cross of Constantine. He was a member of Blue Ridge Council 377 and Charter member. He was a member of Scottish Rite of Freemasonry KCCH, Past President of Scottish Rite Association. He was a member of Red Hill Chapter No. 417 serving as Worthy Patron nine times, District Deputy to Worthy Grand Matron several times, Most Illustrious Grand Master in 1982, Right Imminent Grand Commander in 1993 and Most Excellent Grand High Priest in 2007. He was preceded in death by a step-daughter, Denise Allen. Survivors include his wife of the home, Rebecca Williams Taylor, who he married Nov. 16, 1997; stepgranddaughters, Kayle Allen and Bandy Allen; father and mother-in-law, Lloyd and Gladys Williams of Toccoa, Ga.; sisters-in-law, Alesia Segars of Toccoa, Ga., and Karen Brady and her husband Ken of Eastanollee, Ga.; and a number of aunts and uncles. Funeral service was Wednesday, Sept. 8, 1 p.m., at First United Methodist Church of Toccoa with the Rev. Tom Fish and the Rev. Dr. Claude Smithmier officiating. The Masons of No. 309 served as pallbearers. The following served as honorary escorts, Trogdon Curtis Wesley Sunday School Class, The Rhoads Sunday School Class and the Ladies Bible Class. His wishes were to be buried in the family plot at Martin Baptist Church Cemetery with Grand Commander graveside services. Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church, 333 E. Tugalo Street, Toccoa, GA 30577 or Mollie S. Moseley Eye Foundation TR of GA, Inc., 811 Mulberry Street, Macon, GA 31201 in memory of Most Excellent Companion Charles "Pete" Taylor. Acree-Davis Funeral Home in charge of arrangements for Charles "Pete" Lee Roy Taylor. Online condolences can be made by visiting our website at www.acree-davisfh.com. JOSEPH LAPOMA, Lucy Ariail Family Line Joseph LaPoma, 68, of Puyallup, died June 25. Born June 29, 1921 in Puyallup, he was a retired Pierce County Road District No. 1 truck driver, member of Teamsters Local 313 and Puyallup Eagles Lodge 2308. Survivors include wife Doris, son Joseph of Oregon, stepchildren Donna Edwards, Deborah Hagen, and Dale Hinman; sisters Mary Jo Stephens, Mamie LaPoma, Madeline Bates, all of Puyallup; seven step-children, one step-greatgrandchild, and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Graveside services were June 28, Sumner Cemetery. Arrangements by Powers Puyallup Funeral Home. ALLEN JACKSON SNIDER, Lucy Ariail Family Line

Services for Allen J. Snider, 71, were Monday afternoon at McColley Funeral Home Chapel in Newcastle with Bryan Clark officiating. Masonic graveside rites were conducted at Greenwood Cemetery by A.F. & A.M. Lodge 13 of Newcastle. Snider died Friday at Grand Junction, Colo., following a lengthy illness. He was born March 29, 1905, at Broken Bow, Neb., to Charles and Nora Snider. At an early age he moved with his family to the Newcastle area where he attended schools and grew up. He married Marion Woods June 3, 191, at Custer. They lived in western states, including Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Texas, Arizona and Utah. Snider was a member of A.F. & A.M. Lodge 43 of Sheridan, Wyo. Surviving are his widow, Marion, Moab, Utah; a daughter, Billie Ann Lucas, Cheyenne, Wyo; two granddaughters and three sisters, Ida Barrett, in Oregon, and Bertha Howey and Iva Stevens, both of Modesto, Calif. He was preceded in death by a brother. MARY F. SCHMIDT WOODS, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Mary F. Woods, 89, Upton, died Sunday, June 15, 1997, at Pioneer Manor Nursing Home in Gillette. Survivors include three daughters, Mary Jean Whisler, Upton, Dorothy Harwood, Grandview, Wash., and Maxine Harwood, Pine Haven; one sister, Anna Ellis, Casper; eight grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; nine greatgrandchildren; seven step-great-grandchildren; and four step-great-great-grandchildren. Services will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday, June 18, at Wilson-Noecker Funeral Home in Gillette, with the Rev. Drew Duncan officiating. Burial will be at Greenwood Cemetery in Newcastle. MYRLE G. WOODS MARQUISS, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Services for Myrle G. Marquiss, 65, former Newcastle resident who died Saturday in a Casper, Wyo., hospital were scheduled Tuesday 10 a.m. at the McColley Funeral Home Chapel with Bryan Clark officiating. Burial was in Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs. Marquiss was born Jan. 18, 1911, in Forreston, Ill. She moved with her parents at an early age to Faith. She also lived in Sundance, Moorcroft and Upton, Wyo. She attended high school in Upton. She married Clifford Marquiss Aug. 26, 1931, in Custer. They lived throughout Wyoming until 1948 when they settled on the Marquiss family homestead on Salt Creek near Newcastle. After the death of her husband, she moved to Newcastle in 1957. She moved to the Casper-Douglas area in 1973 to live with her two daughters. Survivors include her mother, Vesta Stevenson, Brownsville, Tex.; two daughters, Bonnie Culver, Casper, Who., and Sharron Ackerman, Douglas, Who.; three brothers, Jack and Tom Woods, Upton, and William Woods, Gillette, Wyo.; four sisters, Marion Snider, Moab, Utah, Maxine Sorter, Brownsville, Tex., Eleanor Clemmons, Torrington, Wyo., and Patsy Peterson, La Mesa, Calif. INEZ BERENICE BELSHE CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Berenice Belshe Chatfield, 98, Sundance, died Thursday, May 22, 1997, at Crook County Memorial Hospital in Sundance. Survivors include one daughter, Elvera Morris, Buffalo; one son, Charles "Chipper" Chatfield, Sundance; five grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren, and six great-great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 25, at Church of Christ in Sundance, with Marvin Massey officiating. Graveside services will be at 2:30 p.m.at Mount Moriah Cemetery in Sundance. Fidler Robert Northeastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel of Sundance is in charge of the arrangements. WILLIAM CLAIR `BUD' WOODS, Lucy Ariail Family Line Services for William C. "Bud" Woods, 64, Sundance, will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at the Crook County Nrusing Home Chapel in Sundance with David Dick officiating. Woods died Tuesday evening at Crook County Memorial Hospital in Sundance after a long illness. Burial will be in the Moorcroft Cemetery under direction of the Fidler-Roberts Northeastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel of Sundance. A memorial has been established for the Crook County Nursing Home. He was born June 25, 1926, in Sundance to Lester and Vesta (Roach) Woods. He attended school in Newcastle and Upton. He spent most of his life as a truck driver. He married Charlotte Krause of Moorcroft Oct. 22, 1947, and the couple had two girls. He later married Ann Senke of Upton and the couple had two boys, one of whom died at birth. He had been a nursing home resident for the past two years, moving there from Moorcroft. Survivors include a daughter, Lou Ann Hansen of Sheridan; a son, Troy Mettler of Upton; seven grandchildren; four sisters, Marian Wilbur of Peoria, Ariz., Maxine Sorter of Brownsville, Texas, Patsy Petersen of San Diego, Calif., and Eleanor "Kewpie" Plemmons of Fort Bridger; a brother, Tom Woods of Upton; and a special friend, Ledel Baker of Moorcroft. He was preceded in death by a son in infancy and a daughter, Lyndee; a brother, Jack; and a sister, Merle.

MARY ONEY HARDY WOODS, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Former Rapid City Woman Succumbs in Washington. Mrs. Earl B. Woods, 60, former resident of Rapid City for many years, died at her home in Yakima, Wash., Jan. 15, after a short illness, according to word received here. Oney Hardy was born Dec. 25, 1880, in Missouri and at the age of two came with her parents to Rapid City. She attended schools here and worked at The Raid City Daily Journal for seven years when it was operated by the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gossage. She was employed at The Journal from 1896 until her marriage in the Gossage home to Earl Woods, June 21, 1903. Immediately after the marriage the couple moved to Spokane, Wash., where Woods was engaged in stock-raising. Later he retired and they moved to Yakima, where they had resided since. Besides the widower, she leaves two daughters, Mrs. Walter Parker, Yakima, and Mrs. John Dennis, Republic, Wash.; a son, E. E. Woods, St. Louis, Mo.; her mother, Mrs. Fannie Hardy Wiora, Newcastle, Wyo.; three sisters, Mrs. Clarence Richards, Whitewood; Mrs. Fred Goode, Portland, Ore.; and Mrs. Charles Murray, Osage, Ore., and two brothers, Glenn Hardy, Deadwood, and James F. Hardy, Newcastle. Among other relatives is a niece, Mrs. Lee Abrahamson, Rapid City. GLENN WILKINSON SCOTT, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Glenn Scott, 52, for many years a resident of Epworth, died last Tuesday at his home in Green Forest, Ark., after a long illness. He was born on a farm near Epworth April 24, 1892, and until about two years ago was a resident of Dubuque County. He was active in the Methodist church at Epworth. Survivors are his wife, the former Ethel Chatfield; two sons, James, Epworth, and David, in the armed forces and now on furlough; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Callahan and Joan, at home; and his father, Russell J. Scott, the present mayor of Epworth. JOHN CLEMENT MARKHAM, Lucy Ariail Family Line. John (Clem) Markham, 70, of 1077 ½ Central, died at noon Thursday at the residence. Friends may call at the Strueber Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Patrick's Church. The Rev. Thomas F. Currier will sing the Requiem Mass. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. He was a member of the Holy Name Society. He was born at Rickardsville, son of John and Maria Regan Markham, and lived in Dubuque since 1915. Retired since 1949, he was employed as a teamster and trucker for Dubuque firms. Surviving are his wife, Mary L. Chatfield Markham; two daughters, Mrs. Ernest (Evelyn) Weber and Mrs. Floyd (Melita) Smith, both of Dubuque; a son, John Herschel Markham, Dubuque; nine grandchildren, and a brother, Phillip Markham, Dubuque. St. Patrick's Holy Name Society will recite the rosary at the funeral home at 8:45 p.m. Friday. JOHN HERSCHEL MARKHAM, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Services for John H. Markham Sr., 64, of 2215 Rosaline St., will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Sacred Heart Church, with burial in Mount Calvary Cemetery, where military rites will be accorded by the Dubuque American Legion Post 6. Friends may call from 1 to 56 p.m. Sunday at the Egelhof-Casper-Strueber Funeral Home, 1145 Locust St., where the wake service will be at 2 p.m. Sunday. Mr. Markham, who was born in Dubuque, died at 9 p.m. Thursday at the Veterans Hospital in Iowa City, Iowa. He formerly lived at 2401 Stafford St., and worked for the Milwaukee Railroad prior to his retirement in 1968. He was a member of the Disabled American Veterans and the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. He was a veteran of World War II, when he served in the National Guard with the 133 rd (Red Bull) Division ETO. Surviving are his wife, the former Hazel Grant, two daughters, Mrs. Steven (Paula) Saul of East Dubuque and Mrs. David (Donita) Hensley of Marshall, Mo.; two step-daughters, Mrs. Donald (Joyce) Burrows of Dubuque and Diane McFetters of Cedar Rapids, Iowa; four sons, John Jr., and Dan, both of Dubuque, Steve of Clinton, Iowa, and Ken of Iowa City; one step-son; Jim Colton of Manchester, Iowa, 16 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Floyd (Melita) Smith of Dubuque. MARY LUELLA `DIMP' CHATFIELD MARKHAM, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Mrs. Mary L. Chatfield Markham, 67, of 1368 White, died at 9 a.m. Wednesday at her home. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Thursday at the Strueber Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 11:15 a.m. Saturday at St. Patrick's Church. Burial will be in Mount Calvary. She was born at Lore, Ia., daughter of Fred and Frances Riddle Chatfield, and had lived in Dubuque since 1915. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ernest (Evelyn) Weber, Mrs. Floyd (Melita) Smith, Dubuque; one son, J. Herschel Markham, Dubuque, 11 grandchildren; one brother, Roland Chatfield, Farley, Ia.; three sisters, Mrs. Harry Daly, Farley; Mrs. Roy Bradfield, Durango, Iowa and Mrs. Earl Everett, Dubuque. The Rosary will be recited at 8:00 Friday.

MABEL ELIZABETH `DOLLY' CHATFIELD DALY, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Mabel E. Daly, 88, of St. Joseph's Home, Freeport, Ill., formerly of Farley, died after a long illness Sunday morning, June 3, 1990, at St. Joseph's Home. Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Farley, with burial in the church cemetery. Friends may call from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Reiff Funeral Home, Farley, where the Farley American Legion Auxiliary service will be said at 10:30. Mrs. Daly was born on March 15, 1902, in Bankston, daughter of Fredrick and Frances (Riddle) Chatfield. She married Harry M. Daly on May 20, 1924, he died on Oct. 29, 1971. She was a member of the Farley American Legion Auxiliary and St. Joseph's Catholic Church and its rosary society. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Keith (Kathleen) Cunningham of Rockford, Ill., and Sister Patricia Ann Daly, RSM, of Cedar Rapids; a foster son, Duane Hingtgen of Farley, three grandsons, seven foster grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, and a sister, Bertha Bradfield of Dubuque. DONALD FRANCIS LESTER `TED' CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Donald F. (Ted) Chatfield, 61, 1717 Jackson St., died Friday night at Xavier Hospital. He had been ill for five years. The body was moved from the Sanner Funeral Home Farley, to the Diedesch Funeral Home where friends may call. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday to St. Mary's Church. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Chatfield as born Sept. 22, 1896, at Bankston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick and Frances Riddle Chatfield. A resident of Dubuque for 17 years, he had been employed by the A. Y. McDonald Mfg. Co. He was a member of St. Mary's Church and the Holy Name Society. He was a veteran of World War I. On May 20, 1924, he married Eileen Daly at Farley. Surviving are his wife, two sons, Capt. William Chatfield, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Ia., and Donald J. Chatfield, Dubuque, four sisters, Mrs. Clem Markham and Mrs. Earl Everett, both of Dubuque, Mrs. Roy Bradfield, Durango, and Mrs. Harry M. Daly, Farley, a brother, Ronald Chatfield, Farley, and six grandchildren. HARRY MATHEW DALY, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Harry M. Daly, 71, a retired Farley plumbing and heating contractor, died Friday afternoon at Mercy Medical Center in Dubuque. He owned and operated the Daly Plumbing & Heating Co., here for 24 years. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph's Church here, with burial in the church cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Sunday at the Reiff Funeral Home here, where parish Scripture wake services will be held at 8 p.m. Sunday. Members of the Farley American Legion Auxiliary are asked to meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the funeral home to attend the wake. The parish Rosary and the Knights of Columbus Rosary will be said at 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. Survivors are his wife, Mabel, two daughters, Mrs. Keith (Kathleen) Cunningham of Rockford, Ill., and Sister Patricia, RSM, of Waterloo, Iowa, a foster son, Duane Hingtgen of Farley, three grandchildren and five foster grandchildren, three brothers, Francis of Farley, Irvin of Spokane, Wash., and Elmer of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and three sisters, Mrs. Gerald (Eileen) Grew of Dubuque, Mrs. Louis (Mary) Pence of Burlington, Iowa, and Mrs. Esther Kosmatka of Chesterton, Ind. SANDRA KAY BURDS, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Services for Sandra Kay Burds, 8, of 2225 Roosevelt St. will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call at the Hoffmann Mortuary, where the Liturgical Wake Service will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Sandra Kay died at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at Mercy Medical Center. She was born in Dubuque, and attended Holy Trinity parochial school. Surviving are her parents, Mark and Darlene (Chatfield) Burds; three sisters, Becky, Nancy and Kathy Burds, all at home; her paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Burds of Worthington, Ia., and her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Buttikofer of Dubuque. Memorial may be given to the Kidney Foundation Transplant Unit. SANDRA KAY BURDS, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Sandra Kay Burds, 8, daughter of Mark and Darlene Burds of 2225 Roosevelt St., died Sunday afternoon at Mercy Medical Center. Services will be held Wednesday Morning. Arrangements are pending at the Hoffmann Mortuary, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday. MAURICE LEO BLOCKLINGER, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Maurice L. Blocklinger, 63, of 1611 Lincoln Ave., formerly of Rickardsville, Iowa, died at 1:50 a.m. Thursday, Sept 26, 1991, at Mercy Health Center, St. Joseph's Unit.

Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, at Holy Trinity Catholic Church, with burial in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. today at Behr Funeral Home, 1491 Main St., where the parish wake service will be said at 8 p.m. Mr. Blocklinger farmed near Rickardsville for many years. He was born on Aug 7, 1928, in Dubuque, Son of Leo and Mary (Heitzman) Blocklinger. He married Mary C. Bradfield on Nov 12, 1955, at St. Raphael's Cathedral; she survives. Also surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Thomas (Melinda) Betts, Mrs. Gene (Theresa) Stecklein and Mrs. David (Ellen) Flury, all of Dubuque, and four grandchildren. A Maurice L. Blocklinger Memorial Fund has been established. TERRY LEE SCHNEIDER, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Terry L. Schneider, 21, of Rt. 4 Lore Trailer Court, died at 9:45 a.m. Friday at St. Joseph's Unit of Mercy Health Center. Services will be 10 a.m. Monday at St. John's Episcopal Church, with burial in Linwood Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the Haudenshield-De Wachter Funeral Home. Mr. Schneider was born in Dubuque and was a member of St. John's Episcopal Church, and the Upholsterers, Furniture and Woodworkers Union Local 1861. He was employed at Flex-steel Industries, Inc. Surviving are his wife, the former Susan Bradfield; a daughter, Mandy at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Schneider of Dubuque; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Schneider of Dubuque; his maternal grandparents, L.A. Wheeler and Mrs. Florence Maiden, both of Dubuque; his great-grandfather, Albert H. Wheeler of Dubuque; two sisters, Mrs. Jerry (Mary Ann) Butson of Platteville, Wis., and Miss Janet Schneider of Dubuque and five brothers, William Jr., of East Dubuque, and Dennis, Mark, Tim and Kevin, all of Dubuque. EILEEN BRADFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bradfield, Epworth, mourn the death of their infant daughter, Eileen Ann Bradfield, Wednesday morning at 8:30 o'clock. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bradfield, Epworth, her grandmother, Mrs. Ruth Bradfield, this city. The funeral services were conducted at the residence Wednesday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock by the Rev. S. F. Kenderdine, pastor of the Epworth M.E. Church. Interment was made in Highview cemetery. ROY V. BRADFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Roy Bradfield, 71, of 2227 Elm St. died at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Xavier Hospital. Services will be 11 a.m. Thursday at St. John's Episcopal Church with burial in Linwood Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Wednesday at Siegert's Funeral Home, Seventh and Bluff streets. Mr. Bradfield was born in Epworth, Iowa, and was a member of St. John's Episcopal Church. Before his retirement, he farmed in the Durango area until 1971. He was also formerly employed at the Farley & Loetscher Mfg. Co. Surviving are his wife, the former Bertha Chatfield of Dubuque; four daughters, Mrs. Maurice (Mary) Blocklinger and Mrs. Charles (Janice) Lewis, both of Durango, Iowa, Mrs. Natalie Himes of Elkhart, Ind., and Mrs. Lyle (Ann) Whalen of Dubuque; two sons, Duane and Robert Bradfield, both of Dubuque; 15 grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Gladys Hird of Dubuque. Memorials may be given to the Life and Breath Association. BERTHA FRANCES CHATFIELD BRADFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Services for Bertha F. Bradfield, 88, of Stonehill Care Center, formerly of 2227 Elm St., will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at St. John's Episcopal Church. Burial will be in Linwood Cemetery. Friends may call from 2:30 to 9 p.m. today at Gene Siegert & Son Westview Funeral Home, 2659 Kennedy Road. Mrs. Bradfield and her husband farmed in the Rickardsville, Iowa area until their retirement in 1971. She was born on Sept. 29, 1904, in Bankston, Iowa, daughter of Frederick C. and Frances (Riddle) Chatfield. She died at 6:05 a.m. Tuesday, Jan 12, 1993, at Stonehill. She married Roy Bradfield on July 9, 1930. He died on Dec 15, 1975. She was active in the Foster Grandparents Program for many years. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Maurice (Mary C.) Blocklinger and Mrs. Lyle (Ann E.) Whalen, both of Dubuque, Janice Ruth Lewis of Durango, Iowa, and Natalie F. Helm of Williamsburg, Va.; two sons, Duane F. and Robert O. Bradfield, both of Dubuque; and 15 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. She also was preceded in death by a daughter, Eileen Ann Bradfield, on Sept. 30, 1931. A Bertha F. Bradfield Memorial Fund has been established. CHAD MICHAEL BIVER, Lucy Ariail Family Line.

Chad M. Biver, 29, of 1011 Davis St., died Thursday, May 1, 2003, at Mercy Medical Center, Dubuque. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Columbkille's Catholic Chruch, with burial of the cremated remains in Mount Calvary Cemetery at a later date. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the Siegert-Didesch Colonial Funeral Home, 390 N. Grandview Ave., where there will be a wake service at 7:30 p.m. He was born on Dec. 20, 1973, in Dubuque, son of Robert and Linda (Chatfield) Biver. Chad resided for many happy years at Hills and Dales. He completed his special education classes, then worked at the Hills and Dales Vocational Center. Surviving are his parents, Robert and Linda Biver, of Dubuque; two brothers, Brian Biver, of Dubuque, and Benjamin (Sarah Jaeger) Biver, of Fort Bragg, N.C.; a sister, Bridget Biver, of Dubuque; his grandparents, Donald and Virginia Chatfield and Eldon "Fritz" and M. Virginia Biver, all of Dubuque; and two nephews, Jacob and Sean. A Chad M. Biver Memorial Fund has been established. BRIAN ROBERT BIVER, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Brian R. Biver, 32, of 1011 Davis St., died Thursday, May 13, 2004, at Hills and Dales. Services will be at 10a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Burial of the crfemated remains will be at a later date. Friends may call from 3 to 8 p.m. today at Egelhof, Siegert & Casper Westview Funeral Home, 2659 Kennedy Road. He was born on Dec. 26, 1971, in Dubuque, son of Robert and Linda (Chatfield) Biver. Brian resided for many happy years at Hills and Dales. He completed his special education classes, then worked at the Hills and Dales Vocational Center. Surviving are his parents, Robert and Linda Biver, of Dubuque; a brother, Benjamin (Sarah Jaeger) Biver, of Dubuque; a sister, Bridget Biver, of Monterey, Calif.; his grandparents, Donald and Virginia Chatfield and Eldon "Fritz" and M. Virginia Biver, all of Dubuque; and two nephews, Jacob and Sean. He was preceded in death by a brother, Chad Biver, in 2003. The family would like to thank Dr. Mark Runde of Medical Associates and the staff of Hills and Dales for their compassion and caring throughout Brian's life. MELITA AGNES MARKHAM SMITH, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Melita A. Smith, 84, of Viroqua, Wis., formerly of 1060 White St., Dubuque, died Tuesday, Nov. 15, 2005, at Bethel Nursing Home, Viroqua. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Dubuque. Friends may call from 3 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Hoffmann-Schneider Funeral Home, 1640 Main St., where arrangements are pending. FLOYD GLENN SMITH, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Services for Floyd G. Smith, 58, of 1060 White St. will be held at 8 a.m. Tuesday at St. Raphael's Cathedral. Burial will be in Linwood Cemetery. Friends may call until 10 p.m. Monday at Behr's, where the Scripture Wake Service will be held at 8 p.m. Monday. Mr. Smith died early Saturday morning at his home. He was born in McGregor, Iowa, and had been employed by the Conlon Construction Co. for more than 20 years. He was a member of the Structural Ornamental Iron Workers Local 89. Surviving are his wife, the former Melita Markham, two daughters, Mrs. Mary Blakeley and Mrs. Roy (Dorthea) Green, and a son, Lonny J. all of Dubuque; two grandchildren, his mother, Mrs. Sydney Brown of Dubuque, and two sisters, Mrs. William (Dorothy) Olson of Dubuque and Mrs. Emil (Virginia) Carlson of Postville, Iowa. HAZEL ANN GRANT MARKHAM, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Hazel A. Markham, 73, of 1695 Mount Pleasant St., died at 12:10 a.m. Monday, April 5, 1999, at The Finley Hospital, Dubuque. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Key West, Iowa. Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. today at Egelhof, Seigert & Casper Westview Funeral Home, 2659 Kennedy Road, where there will be a wake service at 3 p.m. Mrs. Markham worked at Loras College for six years, until retiring in 1974. She was born on April 17, 1925, in Zwingle, Iowa, daughter of John and Ethel (Edwards) Grant. She married John H. Markham on Nov. 23, 19o46, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, he died June 2, 1983. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church for more than 50 years. She also was a member of Sigma Delta Iota Sorority. Surviving are her daughters, Donita J. (Dave) Hensley, of Marshall, Mo., Paula M. (Steve) Saul of Marengo, Iowa, and Joyce A. (Donald) Burrows, of Dubuque, her sons, James W. (Karen) Colton, of Phoenix, Ariz., John H., Jr. (Ellen) Markham of Dubuque, Stephen F. Markham (friend Joann Dietrick), of Clinton, Iowa, Daniel P. (Kelley) Markham, of Dubuque, and Kenneth RF. (Tara)Markham, of Lee Summit, Mo., a sister, Bernice Findley, of Dubuque, and 35 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and 2 great-great-grandchildren. She also was preceded in death by her parents, a daughter, Diane in November 1991, four brothers, Bernard, Lawrence, Jack and James, and a sister, Mary.

A Hazel A. Markham Memorial Fund has been established. Special thank you to The Finley Hospital care unit and staff on fifth floor for their kindness and care. EVELYN MARIE MARKHAM WEBER, Lucy Ariail Family Line Mrs. Ernest R. (Evelyn) Weber, of 1368 White St. died at 5 p.m. Monday at the family residence. Services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday at St. Patrick's Church, with burial in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 10 p.m. Tuesday, and 8 to 11 a.m. Wednesday at Behr's. The Court Dubuque, Catholic Daughters of American Rosary will be said at 7:30 .m. Tuesday, the wake service will be held at 8 p.m. and the BVM Alumnae Association Rosary at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Weber was born in Rickardsville, Ia. She was an employee of the Dubuque Recreational Dept. and Dub. Boys Club for many years. She was treasurer of St. Patrick's Altar and Rosary Society; a member of the Catholic Daughters of America, of the B.V.M. Alumnae, and a longtime member and honorary vice president of the Casino Bowling League. Surviving besides her husband are two sons, Vincent T. of Dubuque and Robert M. Weber at home; a brother, J. Herschel Markham, and a sister, Mrs. Floyd G. (Melita) Smith of Dubuque. ERNEST RAYMOND `TOMMY' WEBER, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Ernest R. "Tommy" Weber, 71, of 1368 White St. died 3:45 a.m. Sunday at Finley Hospital. Mr. Weber donated his body to medical science at University Hospitals, Iowa City, Iowa. There will be no visitation. Behr's is in charge of arrangements. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. His wife, the former Evelyn Markham, died in 1972. Surviving are two sons, Vincent T. of Des Moines, Iowa, and Robert M. of Denver, Colo.; three sisters, Louella Weber of Dubuque, Mrs. Bernice Rodda of Galena, Ill., and Mrs. Stella Marks of Chicago; and a brother, Harold of Dubuque. EARL MELVIN EVERETT, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Services for Earl M. Everett, 81, of 2120 Windsor Ave. will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Church. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call until 9 p.m. Friday at the Behr Funeral Home, 1491 Main St., where the parish wake service will be said at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Everett worked at the Catholic Daily Tribune in Dubuque, and later for the Dubuque City Street Department until he retired. He was born Dec 25, 1906, in Dubuque, son of John and Emma (Dambacher) Everett. He died at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 27, 1988, at The Finley Hospital. He married Helen Chatfield in March 1931 in Dubuque. He was a member of Sacred Heart Parish and its Holy Name Society. His wife died Feb 5, 1971. Surviving is a sister, Mrs. Elza Adams of Dubuque. An Earl M. Everett Memorial Fund has been established. HELEN GERTRUDE `HA' CHATFIELD EVERETT, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Mrs. Earl (Helen) Everett, 62, of 2120 Windsor Ave., died at 12:30 p.m. Friday at Xavier Hospital. Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Sacred Heart Church. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call after 1 p.m. Sunday at Behr's. Mrs. Everett was born in Bankston, Ia. She was a member of Sacred Heart Parish and it's Rosary Society. Surviving besides her husband are two sisters, Mrs. Harry (Mabel) Daly of Farley, Ia., and Mrs. Roy (Bertha) Bradfield of Rickardsville, Ia., and a number of nieces and nephews. The Rosary will be said at 8 p.m. Sunday by members of Sacred Heart Parish, its Rosary Society, relatives and friends. VIRGINIA MARIE TOPP CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Virginia (Topp) Chatfield, 74, of 3601 Crescent Ridge, died Wednesday evening, Dec 15, 2004, at home. Services will be at 10a.m. Monday at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Burial will be in Dubuque Memorial Gardens, south of Dubuque. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Hoffmann Schneider Funeral Home, 1640 Main St., where there will be a wake service at 4 p.m. Mrs. Chatfield worked as a loan officer at Dupaco Community Credit Union, Dubuque, retiring in 1985. She was born on April 24, 1930, in Robinsdale, Minn., daughter of Floyd and Marion (Richardson) Topp. She married Donald Chatfield on June 25, 1949, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Dubuque; he preceded her in death on July 13, 2004. She was a member of St. Mary's Parish. Surviving are three daughters, Linda (Robert) Biver and Cynthia Chatfield, both of Dubuque, and Jacqueline (Daniel) Fain, of Dallas; a son, Steven J. (Jane) Chatfield, of Eugene, Ore.; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; and a sister, Arlene Wright, of Seattle.

She also was preceded in death by her parents; two grandsons, Brian R. Biver and Chad M. Biver; and sisters, Evelyn Fox, Beverly Brown and a sister in infancy. In lieu of flowers, a Virginia Chatfield Memorial Fund has been established. DONALD JOHN CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Donald J. Chatfield, 77, of 3601 Crescent Ridge, died Tuesday, July 1, 2004, at home, following a courageous and dignified battle with cancer. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, with the Rev. Ardel Barta officiating. Burial will be in the Dubuque Memorial Gardens, south of Dubuque, where military rites will be accorded by the American Legion, Dubuque, Post 6. Friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today at Hoffmann-Schneider Funeral Home, 1640 Main St., where there will be a wake service at 4 p.m. Mr. Chatfield worked as a construction engineer for Intestate Power Co., retiring in 1990. He was born on May 11, 1927, in Dubuque, son of Donald F. and Eileen (Daly) Chatfield. He married Virginia Topp on June 25, 1949, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Dubuque. He was a veteran of the Army, having served during World War II and the Korean War. He was a member of St. Mary's Parish. Surviving are his wife, Virginia Chatfield, of Dubuque; a son, Steven J. (Jane) Chatfield, of Eugene, Ore.; three daughters, Linda (Robert) Biver and Cynthia Chatfield, both of Dubuque, and Jacqueline (Daniel) Fain, of Dallas; nine grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and a brother, William E. (Edna) Chatfield, of Belleville, Ill. He was preceded in death by his parents; and two grandsons, Brian R. and Chad M. Biver. Memorials may be given to Hospice of Dubuque. The family wishes to thank the staff at Hospice of Dubuque and Dr. Christian Schultheis for the fine care and concern they provided. SHIRLEY MAE HARRIET OSWALD CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Shirley M. Chatfield, 59, of Potosi died Saturday, March 11, 1898, at home. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday, at St. Andrews Catholic Church, Tennyson, with burial in the church cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Metcalfe-Kuenster-Ganley Funeral Home, Potosi, where the parish wake service will be said at 4 p.m. Mrs. Chatfield was born Aril 24, 1929, in Dubuque, daughter of Harry and Emma (Karsch) Oswald. She married William Chatfield June 12, 1948, in Dubuque, he survives. She was president of the Ladies Gold Association, Platteville, and a member of St. Andrews Altar Sodality. Also surviving are two sons, William D. of Wayne, Pa., and Staff Sgt. Michael of Keflavik, Iceland, four daughters, Mrs. Ron (Cheryl) Thompson of Swansea, Ill., Jill of Verona, and Sally and Peggy, both of Belleville, Ill.; seven grandchildren, and five sisters, Cleo Ball, Mrs. Robert (Joyce) Omeara and Tomi Shetler, all of Dubuque, Mrs. Howard (Bernice) Loring of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Mrs. Eldon (Geri) Kramer of Hudson, Fla. ROLAND WILBUR `PICK' CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Roland W. Chatfield, 73, a retired Farley Ia. Farmer, died Saturday at 5 p.m. at a Dubuque rest home after a short illness. Friends may call at the Sanner-Reiff Funeral Home, Farley, Monday night. Services will be at the funeral home at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday with the Rev. Paul Leaming officiating. Burial will be in the Fairview Cemetery, Farley. He was born April 5, 1888, son of the late Frederick and Frances Riddle Chatfield. He farmed in the Bankston area all his life until he retired in Farley 18 years ago. He was a member of the Sherman-Peterson American Legion Post 656 of Farley and the Masonic Julien Lodge 551 of Farley. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Harry (Mable) Daly, Farley; Mrs. Ray (Bertha) Bradfield, Durango, Ia.; and Mrs. Earl (Helen) Everett, Dubuque; and a number of nieces and nephews. Members of the Farley American Legion Post are requested to meet at the funeral home at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Masonic Services will be at 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home. ROBERT JAMES CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Robert J. Chatfield, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Chatfield of 1717 Jackson Street, died at 6:10 a.m. Tuesday at Finely hospital. The child was born Monday. Services were at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Didesch funeral home. Burial was in Mt. Calvary cemetery. In addition to his parents, he is survived by a brother, William D.; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Chatfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Oswald, all of Dubuque, and several aunts and uncles. VELMA CUSHING HILLYARD, Step-granddaughter of Charles Stanley Ross Chatfield, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Velma H. Hillyard, 92, of 2351 Coventry Park, died Friday, Dec. 14, 2007, at The Finley Hospital, Dubuque. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Monday at Siegert-Casper Colonial Funeral Home, 390 N. Grandview Ave., where friends may call after 10 a.m. Monday. Entombment will be in Linwood Cemetery Mausoleum, Dubuque.

She was born on May 20, 1915, in Dubuque, daughter of Harry and Fannie (Shipton) Cushing. She married Courtland F. Hillyard on Nov. 5, 1934, at St. Luke's United Methodist Church; he preceded her in death in 1991. She was a 50-year member of PEO chapter MP and Order of the Eastern Star. She was a lifelong member of St. Luke's United Methodist Church. Surviving are two daughters, Kim (William) Hannon, of Edina, Minn., and Robin (Frank) O'Connor, of Dubuque; grandchildren, Quinn (Tim Perrigoue) Hannon, Cole Hannon, Case Hannon, Benjamin (Amy) O'Connor and Kelsey (Timothy) Hull; great-grandchildren, Conor, Riley and Will Hannon, Julia and Clara O'Connor and Liam and Emily Hull; and a niece, Camille (Harry) Goern. She also was preceded in death by her parents; and a sister. In lieu of flowers memorial may be given to St. Luke's United Methodist Church, Mount Pleasant Home and Linwood Cemetery. Online condolences may be left for the family at [email protected] The family would like to thank all the people who touched Velma's life. JULIA PARKER CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. MRS. JULIA CHATFIELD ANSWERS SUMMONS. A paralytic stroke suffered two days ago resulted in the death of Mrs. Julia Chatfield Thursday evening at 9 o'clock at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Cushing, 95 Garfield Avenue. Mrs. Chatfield was born in Dubuque, and has lived here all her life. Her husband, Charles, three daughters, Mrs. Nellie Reynolds, of Peoria, Mrs. Harry Cushing and Miss Hazel Chatfield, of Dubuque, three grand-children, John Reynolds, Dorothy and Velma Cushing, her mother, Mrs. Ellen Parker, of California, one sister, Mrs. Fannie Woods, and one brother, Frank Parker, survive her. Mrs. Chatfield was beloved by many, and her death calls forth the sincere sympathy of the host of friends of the family. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from her residence, 2051 Washington Street, with burial in Ashbury. EMMA LAIB CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Mrs. Emma Laib Chatfield, 77, of 2114 Johnson Street, died at 5:30 a.m. Thursday at the residence. She had been seriously ill for three weeks. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Didesch funeral home. The Rev. J. Howard Machlan, pastor of Grace Methodist church, will officiate. Burial will be in the Ashbury Methodist cemetery. Mrs. Chatfield was born Feb. 2, 1872, at Sherill, the daughter of John and Mary Marty Laib. She came about 30 years ago to Dubuque. Surviving are two brothers, Henry Geiger, of Dubuque, and Edward Geiger, of Minneapolis, Minn.; two sisters. Mrs. Lee Curtis, of Mason City, Ia., and Mrs. A.C. Cerney, of Dubuque, and a number of nieces. She was preceded by her husband, Charles Chatfield, on Dec. 17, 1941, her parents, one sister and one brother. Friends are asked to omit flowers. CHARLES STANLEY ROSS CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Charles S. Chatfield, 70, of 2114 ½ Johnson Avenue, died at his home at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, following a lingering illness. His condition became critical about two weeks ago. The body is at the Didesch Funeral Home, where services will be held Saturday afternoon at a time to be announced later. Burial will be in the Asbury Methodist-Episcopal Cemetery. Mr. Chatfield was born in Wilton Junction, Ia., on Jul 18, 1871. He moved to Dubuque at an early age and had lived here the rest of his life. He was educated in the public schools and was employed by the Rooster Flour Mills for 25 years until his retirement 10 years ago. He was a member of the Loyal Order of Moose. Surviving are his wife, Emma Laib Chatfield; one sister, Nellie Spore, Bismarck, N.D.; and several nieces and nephews. DANIEL HAROLD CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Dubuquer, 20, Killed in Viet. Army Spec. 4/c Daniel Harold Chatfield, 20, son of the late Harold Chatfield and Mrs. Herman Buttifofer, 2099 Elm St., died in an evacuation hospital in South Vietnam on May 16 as a result of wounds received in combat a few hours earlier. His mother was informed of his death Sunday. He had entered military service in September, 1966, and had been with an armored division in Vietnam since September 1967. Services will be announced by the Strueber Funeral Home. Chatfield was a graduate of Sacred Heart Parochial School and Dubuque Senior High School, and was a member of the Sacred Heart Parish Holy Name Society. Surviving in addition to his mother are three sisters, Mrs. Joseph (Donna Mae) Morin, Rocky Hill, Conn., Mrs. Mark (Darlene) Burds, Dubuque, and Mrs. Robert (Diana) Sobotka, Marion, Ia; five brothers, Dennis Chatfield, Des Moines, Ia., Dale and David Chatfield, Dubuque, and Darrel and Douglas Buttikofer, Dubuque. Spec. 4 Daniel H. Chatfield.

Services will be at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at Sacred Heart Church for Spec. 4 Daniel H. Chatfield, 20, of 2099 Elm St., who died May 16 in an evacuation hospital in South Vietnam as a result of wounds received in combat a few hours earlier. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Strueber Funeral Home, where the parish Rosary will be said at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The Rev. Herbert L. Tegeler will sing the Requiem Mass. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Mildred M. Buttikofer and his stepfather, Herman Buttikofer, both of Dubuque; three sisters, Mrs. Joseph (Donna Mae) Morin of Rocky Hill, Conn., Mrs. Mark (Darlene) Burds of Dubuque, and Mrs. Robert (Diana) Sobotka of Marion, Ia.; five brothers, Dennis Chatfield of Des Moines, Dale and David Chatfield and Darrell and Douglas Buttikofer, all of Dubuque. MILDRED MARIE ELLIOTT CHATFIELD BUTTIKOFER, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Mildred M. Buttikofer, 88, of 2099 Elm St., died Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2007. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Burial will be in Dubuque Memorial Gardens Cemetery. Friends may call from 3 to 7 p.m. today at Hoffmann-Schneider Funeral Home, 1640 Main St., where there will be a wake service at 4 p.m. She was born on March 30, 1919, in Farley, daughter of William and Margaret (Elliott) Franklin. She married Harold C. Chatfield on Nov. 20, 1938, in Dubuque; he preceded her in death on March 4, 1948, She then married Herman A. Buttikofer on Jan. 28, 1951, in Dubuque; he preceded her in death on July 25, 1989. She was employed at the Dubuque Battery Factory but spent most of her time as a homemaker. Mildred was a Veterans of Foreign Wars Gold Star Mother. She was a member of Sacred Heart Parish. She was a participant at Stonehill Adult Center where she enjoyed playing euchre. She loved playing bingo, keeping informed about the lives of her grandchildren, spending time with her cat "Sammie" and watching her soaps. Surviving are four sons, Dennis (Linda) Chatfield, of Tuscola, Ill., David (Roseann) Chatfield, of Dubuque, Daryl Buttikofer, with whom she resided, and Doug (Georgiana) Buttikofer, of Fairfield; four daughters, Donna (Joe) Morin, of Aurora, Colo., Darlene Burds (Roger Thiede), of Peosta, Diana (Robert) Sobotka, of Las Cruces, N.M., and Marcia (Kenneth) Hoeger, of Manchester; 27 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; and a special niece, Janet Roth. She also was preceded in death by her parents; two sons, Dale Chatfield and Daniel Chatfield; a daughter, Mary Buttikofer; a granddaughter, Sandy Burds; two brothers, Johnny and Francis Elliott; and two sisters, Rita Elliott, and Julia McCurdy. A Mildred Buttikofer Memorial Fund has been established. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.hoffmannschneiderfuneralhomems.com. A special thank-you to the staff at Hospice of Dubuque, Stonehill Care Center, Stonehill Adult Center and Dr. William Manzel. DALE WARREN CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Dale W. Chatfield, 58, of 2345 Roosevelt Rd., died at 1 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2002, at home, of natural causes. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Sacred Heart church, with burial in Mount Calvary Cemetery. Friends may call from 1 to 7 p.m. Friday at Behr Funeral Home, 1491 Main St., where there will be a parish wake serviced at 5 p.m. Mr. Chatfield was employed as a trucker at John Deere Dubuque Works for 29 years. He was born on Nov. 17, 1943, in Dubuque, son of Harold and Mildred (Elliott) Chatfield. He married Judith Duccini on May 2, 1970, in Dubuque. Dale was a graduate of Dubuque Senior High School. He was a member of the UAW Local 94 and was a union steward and on the executive board. He was also active in the Democratic Party. Dale was a member of Sacred Heart Parish. He was an avid pool shooter and enjoyed going to the dog track. His favorite times were those spent with his grandchildren. Surviving are two daughters, Julie A. (John) Vocke, of East Dubuque, Ill., and Jodie L. (Todd) Gerken, of Crete, Neb., a son, Michael D. Chatfield, of Dubuque, four grandchildren, Justin, Austin, Kolton, and Breighlyn, his mother, Mildred Buttikofer, of Dubuque, four sisters, Donnna (Joe) Morin, of Aurora, Colo., Darlene (Roger) Burds Theide, of Peosta, Iowa, Diane (Bob) Sobotka, of Las Cruces, New Mexico, Marsha (Ken) Hoeger, of Manchester, Iowa; four brothers; Dennis (Linda) Chatfield of Colorado Springs, Colo., David (Roseann) Chatfield, of Dubuque, Daryl Buttikofer, of Dubuque and Doug Buttikofer, Platteville, Wis., and long-time best friend Terry Cecil of Dubuque. He was preceded in death by a brother Daniel Chatfield, his stepfather, Herman Buttikofer, and by special aunt and uncle who raised Dale, Earl and Helen Everett. A Dale W. Chatfield Memorial Fund has been established. DONALD FRANCES "TED" CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Donald F. (Ted) Chatfield, 61, 1717 Jackson St., died Friday night at Xavier Hospital. He had been ill for five years. The body was moved from the Sanner Funeral Home, Farley, to the Diedesch Funeral Home, where friends may call. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday to St. Mary's Church. Burial will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Chatfield was born Sept. 22, 1896, at Bankston, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick and Frances Riddle Chatfield.

A resident of Dubuque for 17 years, he had been employed by the A.Y. McDonald Mfg. Co. He was a member of St. Mary's church and the Holy Name Society. He was a veteran of World War I. On May 20, 1924, he married Eileen Daly at Farley. Surviving are his wife; two sons, Capt. William Chatfield, Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Ia., and Donald J. Chatfield, Dubuque; four sisters, Mrs. Clem Markham and Mrs. Earl Everett, both of Dubuque, Mrs. Roy Bradfield, Durango, and Mrs. Harry M. Daly, Farley; a brother, Ronald Chatfield, Farley, and six grandchildren. FRANCIS ELIZABETH RIDDLE CHATFIELD, Lucy Ariail Family Line. FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MRS. CHATFIELD MONDAY. The funeral of Mrs. Fred Chatfield, of Bankston, Iowa, who died at Mercy Hospital Friday morning, after an illness of one week, will be held tomorrow morning from the home of C. Chatfield, 244 Johnson Avenue, at 8 o'clock to the Catholic Church at Bankston, where the coffin will be blessed. The body will be buried in the adjoining cemetery. Mrs. Chatfield was born in Cedar County, Ia., June 18, 1871, and before her marriage she was Francis Elizabeth Riddle, daughter of the late John and Catherine Riddle. Practically her entire lifetime was spent near Bankston. She is survived by her husband, three sons, Rowan and Donald of Bankston, Harold at home, five daughters, Mrs. Glenn Scott, of Epworth, Mrs. J.C. Markham of this city, and the Misses Mabel, Bertha and Helen Chatfield at home, two brothers, William, Cedar Rapids and Arthur Riddle, of Muscatine, Ia., a sister, Mrs. Frank Belle, of Cedar Spring, Mich., and five grandchildren Evelyn and Herschel Markham, James, Margaret and David Scott all of this city. JAMES W. COLTON, Stepson of Member of Lucy Ariail Family Line. James Colton, 65, of Glendale, Arizona passed away on May 26 th, 2009. After a long illness Jim passed away peacefully surrounded by his family and friends who love him. Jim was a retired Brick Mason both in Az, and Iowa, building other peoples' dreams. Include his wife Karen, daughters Kayla (AZ) Tammy (LA), a son Dan (LA) 7 brothers and sisters, along with a large family and many friends that love him. Memorial services will be on Saturday May 30th, 3:00 pm at Regency Mortuary 9850 W. Thunderbird Rd. Sun City, Az. In lieu of flowers a Memorial Fund will be established in honor of Jim. We encourage you to be the first to share your memories or express your condolences in the Guest Book for James Colton. COKE WALKER HINTON, Climelia Abigail Ariail Family Line. Services Friday for C.W. Hinton. Funeral Services for C.W. Hinton, who died last night, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Foyil Baptist church. Rev. Jerry Cox will officiate at the services. Burial will be in Wards Gove cemetery. Hinton is survived by his wife of the home; four daughters, Mrs. Margie Files from Calif., Mrs. Leonda Knight, Wichita, Kans., Mrs. Raye Kennedy, Chelsea, and Mrs. Harvey Brown, Claremore; three sons, E.J. of Washington state; Virgil, Foyil, and Vernon of Calif. MARY ARMITTA "MITTIE" PRICE HINTON, Climelia Abigail Ariail Family Line. Funeral Services Thursday At Foyil For Mrs. Hinton. Mrs. Mary Hinton, 79, a resident of Rogers county for the past 34 years, died Tuesday morning in a local hospital after a lengthy illness. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Foyil Baptist church with Rev. Jerry Cox and Rev. Stephen Clemmens officiating. Burial will be in Ward's Grove cemetery at Foyil under the direction of Musgrove Funeral home. Her husband, C. W. Hinton, preceded her in death 10 years ago this month, and one daughter, Mrs. Opal Watt, died 13 years ago. Survivors include three sons, F. J. Hinton of Prosser, Wash., Vernon Hinton of Topeka, Kas., and Virgil Hinton of Sacramento, Calif.; four daughters; Mrs. Evelyn Files of Fresno, Calif., Mrs. Rae Kennedy of Wichita, Kas., Mrs. Leonda Knight of Wichita, Kan., and Mrs. Mozelle Brown of Claremore; 23 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Joe McMurray of El Campo, Tex., and Mrs. Ben Nelson of Tom Bean, Tex., and several nieces and nephews. OTTO CLARK, Husband of Opal Mae Hinton, Climelia Abigail Ariail Family Line. DUEL ENDS LIFE OF TWO ROGERS COUNTY FARMERS AFTER ARGUMENT. Lewis Bessem And Otto Clark Met In Gun Battle At The Bill Dye Farm In Wingonon District Friday Evening; Shooting Fatal To Both Men. HAD BEEN HAVING TROUBLE OVER LAND RENTALS; NO EYE-WITNESSES TO FRAY. Just Like Days In Early West, They Met And Both Began Firing; Local Officers Investigate But Are Holding

No One In Connection With Affair. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Lewis Bessem, 37, and Otto Clark, 28, are dead at Chelsea as the result of a shooting affray which occurred at the farm of Bill Dye, near Wingonon school house between Chelsea and Talala, Friday evening. It is said that the men had been having trouble for several months over the rental of lands. According to officers, Bessem, who is known to many Claremore and Inola, people, pointed a gun at C. Clark, Otto Clark's father several days ago, after a heated argument. They were separated by friends. The men, both armed, met at the Dye farm Friday night and although they were no eye witnesses to the tragedy, both men are believed to have begun firing immediately. Clark is said to have fired four shots, all of which entered Bessem's body. The latter fired five times, four of his bullets taking effect. Both men were dead before medical attention could be summoned. Clark is survived by a wife and four children, besides his parents. Bessman is reports as "not married," though he was once married to Faye Lauthers, an Inola girl, and lived there for a while. They later separated. She re-married and he came back and administered a flogging to his successor to her affections, who promptly left the country. County Attorney Dennis Bushyhead and Sheriff Faulkner, with Deputy Hurt Flippin, hastened to the scene of the trouble and questioned a farmer giving his name as Joe Smithy, with whom Bessman lived; also Coty Wallace, said to be the owner of the gun used by one of the dead men was questioned. Neither of these men were held. Dye, who is an industrious farmer of the Wingonon district is in no way connected with the tragedy, which unfortunately occurred at his farm. The principals merely happened to meet there, and there the tragedy occurred. Several phone calls were made by the Claremore Progress in an effort to get more of the details of this shooting, which were unfruitful. Funeral arrangements for Clark and Bessman have not been announced as yet. SYLVIA OLETA BROWN, Climelia Abigail Ariail Family Line. Funeral services for Sylvia Oleta Brown, 28, Tulsa, sister of a Claremore man, were held at 2 p.m. today in the Claremore Funeral Home Chapel. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Mozelle Brown of Tulsa; a sister, Mrs. Kay Main of Honolulu, Hawaii, and a brother, Harvey Wayne Brown of Claremore. Interment was to be in Chelsea cemetery. WILLIAM HARVEY BROWN, Climelia Abigail Ariail Family Line. William Harvey Brown, 40, died Monday morning of a heart attack while on the job at the Peabody Coal Co., Rogers County Mine, where he had been employed for the past 20 years. He is survived by his wife, Mozell, of the home; a son, Harvey Wayne of Foyil, and three daughters, Sylvia Jane, who is in Enid attending school, and Mary Rae and Kay, both of the home; his mother, Mrs. Martha Brown of Claremore; one sister, Mrs. Mary Freeman of Claremore; and three brothers, Earl Brown of Foyil, Hensel Brown of Bakersfield, Calif., and Henry Brown of Kansas City. Funeral services will be held in the Baptist church in Foyil at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Burial will be in the Chelsea cemetery under the direction of the Musgrove Funeral Home. FRANCES E. HARMON, Wife of Clayton J. Harmon, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Harmon, Frances (87) ­ Passed away October 1, 1990 in Spokane. Survived by three children, Patricia Johnson, Bellevue, WA, Janet Karlsson, Spokane, Rodney K. Harmon, Schnecksville, PA, 14 grandchildren; 17 greatgrandchildren; sister-in-law, Betsy Harmon Balser, Mt. Lake Terrace, WA. Funeral Service. Friday, October 5t, 1990 at 1 p.m. Thornhill's Chapel of the Valley, 31400 Pines Rd. Interment, Pines Cemetery. CLAYTON J. HARMON, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Service for Clayton J. "Clay" Harmon, 83, a lifetime Spokane resident and retired contractor, will be at 3 p.m. Friday at Thornhill Valley Funeral Home. Burial will follow at the Pines Cemetery. Mr. Harmon died Tuesday at Valley Hospital and Medical Center. Son of Charles J. and Jenny Harmon, he was born here Dec. 20, 1901. He was graduated from Lewis and Clark High School. At 17, he served briefly with the Army during World War I. Mr. Harmon was with The Spokesman-Review circulation department more than 20 years. In the late 1940s, he became a self-employed building contractor and cabinet maker. He was a Methodist. CHARLES D. HARMON, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Harmon, Charles D. --- Passed away Sept. 5 at the home, N112 Pines road, Opportunity, Wash.

Survived by 3 daughters: Mrs. Sadie Rogers, Mrs. Madge Wilkin, both of Opportunity and Mrs. Betsy Tickner of Seattle, Wash. 1 Son, Clayton Harmon of Opportunity, 3 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild, 1 sister, Mrs. Jennie Stevens, Lewiston, Maine, 1 nephew, Walter Marston, Center Ossippi, Maine. He was a member of Carpenter's Union No. 228. His last services have been entrusted to the care of the Smith Funeral Home, W1124 Riverside Ave. SADIE HARMON ROGERS, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Rogers, Sadie --- Passed away Jan. 2 in a local hospital. Her home, Spokane. Survived by one brother, C. J. Harmon, Spokane; one sister, Mrs. C. H. (Dorothy) Balser, Mt. Lake Terrace, Wash.; one nephew and 2 nieces. Ball & Dodd Funeral Directors, S421 Division St., in charge of arrangements. Rogers, Sadie --- Her home, Spokane, Survived by one brother, C.J. Harmon, Spokane; one sister, Mrs. C. H. (Dorothy) Balser, Mt. Lake Terrace, Wash.' One nephew and 2 nieces. Funeral services will be Friday, Jan. 5 at 11 a.m. at the Ball & Dodd Funeral Home, S421 Division St. Dr. Raynor Smith officiating. Interment Greenwood Memorial Terrace. MADGE "PEGGY" HARMON WILKIN, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Wilkin, Madge (Peggy) --- A resident of E9907 Sprague. A resident of this area 77 years. Survived by 2 sisters, Mrs. Betsy Balzer of Seattle; Mrs. Sadie Rodgers of Spokane; 1 brother, Clayton J. Harmon, of Spokane. Funeral service Sat., April 23 at 1 p.m. from the Smith Funeral Home, W1124 Riverside Ave. Rev. James T. Albertson officiating. Interment Greenwood Memorial Terrace. HENRIETTA ELLEN WOODS VANDYKE, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Henrietta E. VanDyke, born Jun3e 16, 1929 in Upton, Wyo., passed away Jan. 6, 2007 at the Marysville Care Center. She is survived by her son, Terry; daughter-in-law, Sandy; and her two grandchildren, Zack and Courtney, all of Arlington, Washington. Henrietta leaves behind numerous friends. Henrietta retired from Scott Paper Company in Everett after working for them for 25 years. She loved her garden and decorating for Christmas each year. Per her request, a shrot funeral service will be held at 2 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 20, 2007, at Schaefer-Shipman Funeral Home, 804 State Avenue, Marysville, Wash. In lieu of flowers she requested that donations may be made to the Puget Sound Kidney Center or the Marysville Fire and Rescue, A special thanks to Nellie and Neta. PATRICIA LEE HUGHES KOCH, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Patricia Lee Koch, 80, passed away Saturday, November 28, 2009 in Highlands Ranch, Colorado. Patricia was born on September 21, 1929 to Earl and Valgene (Talbot) Hughes in Sheridan, Wyoming. She grew up and graduated High School in Buffalo, Wyoming. She moved to Sheridan after graduation and where she met Orval Koch and married him on May 17, 1953. She worked for the telephone company as an operator for ten years. Following the birth of her second daughter she stayed at home to raise her family. When their five daughters were older she became a CNA and worked for Eventide Nursing Home for six years, then moved on the V.A. Hospital in Sheridan where she worked for seventeen years until she retired in 1995. She enjoyed cooking, canning and going to the mountains. However, her greatest passion was spending time with family and friends. Unfortunately, her last years were spent battling kidney disease but she always remained caring, loving and courageous without complaint. Patricia was preceded in death by her husband Orval Koch, sister Jean Whitted of Illinois, brother Bill Hughes of Cheyenne, Wyoming and granddaughter Krista Ekis. Survivors include her three sisters June Hale of Casper, Wyoming, Mary Lou Bernard of Douglas, Wyoming and Phyllis Hepp of Buffalo, Wyoming; children Cheryl Romanjenko of Sheridan, Debbie Koch of Aurora, Colorado, Susan Koch of Highlands Ranch, Colorado, Line Koch of Park City, Utah and Amy (Dwayne) Koch-Kobielusz of Highlands Ranch, Colorado; grandchildren Lawrence Ekis II, Jennifer Koch, Kendra Lenz, Joshua Kobielusz, and Dyland Kobielusz; great-grandchildren Tailea Daniels, Logun Ekis, and Kyah Main as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Memorial Services will be held 2:000 p.m., Friday, December 4, 2009 at Kane Funeral Home with Doug Goodwin officiating. Inurnment to follow at the Sheridan Municipal Cemetery. Memorials can be made to the National Kidney Foundation 30 E. 33rd Street, New York City, New York, 80016. Kane Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.

BARBARA JOAN DREES TIEBEN, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Barbara J. Tieben Barbara Tieben, 78, of Shakopee, passed away Thursday, June 11, 2009 at St. Gertrude's Care Center in Shakopee. Barbara was born Sept. 3, 1930 in Dorothy, Minn. Her parents were Mathias and Elsie (Campion) Drees. She was married to Henry "Bud" Tieben Jr. on June 7, 1950 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Shakopee. Bud passed away Oct. 26, 2005. Barbara worked as an L.P.N. She was a nurse at St. Francis Hospital for many years. She enjoyed reading books, crossword puzzles, and nature -­ including birds, trees and camping in Canada. She is loved and forever missed by children, Mark (Judy) Tieben of Shakopee, Roberta (John) Croes of Minnetonka, Gretchen (Mark) Ebli of Prior Lake, Amy (Dewey) Thorson of Chaska; grandchildren, Tony (Leah) Tieben, Andrew Ebli, Kim Tieben, Joe Thorson, Kiisa Ebli, Tim Thorson, Emily Thorson; great-grandchildren, Maxwell and Natalie Tieben; brother, Matthew (Anne) Drees of Shakopee; sisters, Patchie Miller of California, Gloria Walpole of New York, Lois Rademacher of Shakopee, Alice Scherer of Shakopee; many nieces and nephews. She is preceded in death by her husband, Henry " Bud" Tieben Jr.; parents, Mathias and Elsie Drees; siblings, Gen LaCourse, Agnes "Bummy" Boutain, Dorothy "Dottie" Stocker, Patricia "Poppy" McDonald, and Susan Drees. Visitation was Saturday, June 13, from 9-10:30 a.m. at St. Mark's Catholic Church, Shakopee, with the Mass to following at 10:30 a.m. Pallbearers were Tony Tieben, Emily Thorson, Leah Tieben, Kimberly Tieben, Andrew Ebli, Kiisa Ebli, Joe Thorson and Tim Thorson. Interment at Shakopee Catholic Cemetery. Funeral arrangements by Ballard-Sunder Funeral Home, Shakopee, 952445-1202. www.ballardsunderfuneral.com ROGER HARRY DUNHAM, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Roger H. Dunham, 65, of Elizabeth City, NC, died December 11, 2009, in the Albemarle Hospital. He was born on December 7, 1944, in Red Wing, MN, to the late Clayton and LaVerna Christensen Dunham. Mr. Dunham, after 27 years of dedicated service, retired from the U. S. C. G. as a Master Chief. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post #6060, a member of the American Legion Hut #288 in Coinjock, NC, a lifetime member of the C. P. O. A., and a member of Ducks Unlimited. He is survived by his wife, Patricia Jacob Dunham of the home; daughter, Holly D. Cartwright and husband, Scott of Elizabeth City, NC; a son, Andy Dunham and wife, Leya of Elizabeth City, NC; a sister, Ruth Ann Dunham-Usher of Englewood, NJ; and aunts Ruth Christensen of Hopkins, MN, and Mary Dunham of Minneapolis, MN. Also, surviving are four grandchildren, Tylor and Jacob Cartwright and Krystina and Hayley Dunham all of Elizabeth City, NC, and a very special family, Robbie, Shea and Amber Whitehead of Elizabeth City, NC. A memorial service with military rites was conducted December 14 in Twiford Memorial Chapel, Church St., by USCG Chaplin Mark Tanis. The family suggests memorial donations in lieu of flowers be made in memory of Roger to one's favorite charity. Twiford Funeral Home, 405 E. Church Street, Elizabeth City, NC, is assisting the Dunham family. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.twifordfh.com. FAYE JEANNIE RAGSDALE CAUDELL, William Harrison Ariail Family Line. Mrs. Faye Ragsdale Caudell, age 85, of 64 Prather Bridge Rd., Toccoa, Ga., passed away Sunday, February 15, 2009 at the Clary Center. A daughter of the late Oscar and Bertha Kesler Ragsdale, she was born May 6, 1923 in Banks County, Ga., having lived most of her life in Stephens County. Mrs. Caudell was a graduate of Franklin County High School where she was Miss Franklin County in 1940. She attended Athens Business College and was employed with the Toccoa Record. After marriage to Roger, she traveled with him from base to base with his flight training in WWII. Faye and Roger were partners in Caudell's Hardware and Farm Supply for 40 years and later, were involved with Caudell Realty. She was preceded in death by three brothers, Palmour, Charles and J.B. Ragsdale. Mrs. Caudell was a member of the Toccoa First Baptist Church and the Fidelis Sunday School Class. Survivors include her husband of 65 years, Roger Caudell of the home; son and daughter-in-law, Elliott and Reba Caudell of Toccoa; three grandchildren, Laura Caudell of Birmingham, Ala., Stephen Caudell of Toccoa, Wes Caudell and his wife, Jordan, of Birmingham, Ala.; sister, Sara Mize of Augusta, Ga.; two sisters-in-law, Mary Ragsdale and Lou Ragsdale, both of Toccoa; aunt, Laverne Kesler Addison of Elberton, Ga. and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be 3 p.m., Tuesday from the Sanctuary of the First Baptist Church with the Reverend Dr. Jim Nelson and the Reverend Dr. Henry Fields officiating. The family is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Caudell, 276 Cross Creek Ln., Toccoa, Ga. and will receive friends at the funeral home on Monday from 5 p.m. - 8 p.m. The following will serve as pallbearers: George Camp, Ronald Payne, Mike Holcomb, Richard Harrell, Dale Mize, Bill Ragsdale, Eddie Ragsdale and Russell Caudell. Interment will be in the Toccoa City Cemetery. Acree-Davis Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements for Mrs. Faye Ragsdale Caudell. www.acree-davisfh.com. JOHN C. ARIAL, Portuguese Arial Family Line From Hawaii.

John C. Arial Jan. 2, 1919 - July 18, 2009 Resident of Hayward John peacefully passed away at the age of 90 surrounded by his family on Saturday Morning July 18th at his home in Hayward. John was the Beloved husband of Jennie M. Arial, devoted Father of Jacob Arial and Betty Rivera and the cherished Grandfather of Donna Rivera-Ortiz, Robert Rivera Jr, Diana Rivera, Johnny Arial and Tara Harrup, Grandfather treasured by his Great Grandaughters Angelina Rivera, Naomi Rivera and Natalie Rivera, and his Great Grandsons Aeden Harrup, Silas Harrup and Michael Arial. John lived long enough to know his two Great-Great Grandsons Elijah Postell and Izaiah Postell. John was born in Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii on January 2, 1919 son of Antoinne Arial and Sandra Correa. On April 1st, 1939 he married Jennie Mohica then moved to California in April of 1957. He retired from Ameron Pipe company after serving over 30 years as a lead Welder under the Teamsters Union Local. John had a passion for Organic Gardening, Raising Champion Pigeons, Listening to music , and watching Hawaiian dancing. He enjoyed telling stories and loved to make everyone laugh with his jokes. More importantly was the time spent with family. John was a true family man with a heart of gold, with a great sense of humor and peaceful lifestyle, John was always kind, always loving and always there. He touched many lives and will live in our hearts forever. John's family sends an invitation to all friends and family members to attend his Service on Thursday July 23rd viewing starts at 5:30pm with services at 7:00pm. The Funeral /Burial will take place on Friday July 24th at 10:00am at the Chapel of the Chimes 32992 Mission Blvd. Hayward BARBARA LANELLE BAMLETT HALL, William Harrison Ariail Family Line. Barbara Lanelle Bramlett Hall, 70, of Carnesville, Bold Spring Community, died Sunday, October 22, 2006, at her residence. Born July 3, 1936, in Franklin County, she was the daughter of the late Marvin Ryan and Loise Arial Bramlett. She was a homemaker and a member of the Bold Springs United Methodist Church. Mrs. Hall was preceded in death by a son, Timothy Ryan Hall; and two brothers, Harold Ryan Bramlett and Robert Nelson Bramlett. Survivors include her husband, Benton Hall Jr.; daughter and son-in-law, Yvonne Hall and Gary Butler, Maryville, Tenn.; sons and daughters-in-law, Guerry and Angie Hall, Stacey and Susan Hall, and Kent and Jill Hall, all of Carnesville; 11 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and a sister, Beverly B. Eavenson, Carnesville. Funeral services were held Tuesday, October 24, at the Bold Spring United Methodist Church with the Revs. John Swanger, Todd West, and Randy Strickland officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Bold Spring United Methodist Church Cemetery Fund, c/o Sybil Franks, 1970 Holbrook Road, Carnesville, Ga. 30521. Ginn Funeral Home, Carnesville, was in charge of arrangements. The Banks County News, October 25, 2006. TOM LATHAN, Luke Ives Ariail Family Line. Tom Lathan, 94, of Toccoa, died Sunday, September 20, 2009. Services will be 11 a.m., Wednesday, September 23, 2009, at Hillcrest Chapel of Acree-Davis. Interment will be in Carnes Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. Survivors include wife, Gertrude Duncan Lathan; daughter, Gail (Larry) Brown; sons, Dean (Ann) and Leon Lathan; and brothers, Furman and Grady Lathan. Acree-Davis Funeral Home, Toccoa. LEE ELMER MAULDIN, JR., Luke Ives Ariail Family Line. Lee Mauldin, 83, of Las Vegas, died April 10, 2008. He was a retired quality control technician and served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He is survived by his sons, Curtis of Mesa, Ariz., and Stephen of Las Vegas. Visitation will be from noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, April 15, with service immediately following, both at Palm Mortuary, 7600 S. Eastern Ave. DR. LOWELL B. FURMAN, Luke Ives Ariail Family Line. Dr. Lowell B. Furman, 74, of 695 Trillium Ridge, Boone, died Friday, Dec. 08, 2006, at Watauga Medical Center. He was active in many aspects of life, but what was foremost in his desires was his love of his Lord Jesus Christ. If Lowell ever participated in any endeavor, he usually ended up being in charge of getting it done. He saw the need of sending physicians to mission hospitals around the world and became co-founder of World Medical Missions. He was also on the Board of Samaritan's Purse. He spent a large portion of "vacation time" operating in hospitals in third world countries as a witness to his patients about the Lord. Not only was he active in ministry but also in his profession, serving as president of the North Carolina Chapter of the American College of Surgeons, President of the North Carolina Surgical Association and a two term Governor for the state of North Carolina to the American College of Surgeons. He was president of Watauga Surgical Group for thirty four years, Chief of Medical Staff of Watauga Medical Center on three occasions, and Chief of Surgery of Watauga Medical Center for many years. He utilized each of these positions as an opportunity to let others see evidence of what Jesus Christ meant in his everyday life. Even with leadership involvement in so many activities, he also found time for even more fun activities in life. He rafted the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon twice, as well as rafting smaller western rivers numerous times. He was an avid golfer, tennis player and racquet ball player. And if you asked him, one of his most cherished positions he enjoyed was his time as a team physician for the Appalachian State University football team since 1963. Most any Saturday, you could see him standing on the sidelines, cheering the team on, checking injuries, and even at times, trying to give the coach a play or two.

Dr. Furman was educated at Harriman High School in Harriman, Tenn. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee, and his doctorate degree from the University of Tennessee Medical School. Dr. Furman was a flight surgeon in the U.S. Navy. Lowell Furman, born Feb. 21, 1932, died December 8, 2006; will be missed, but fondly remembered as a man who loved his surgical practice, loved life, and most of all; loved the Lord. Today, Lowell is satisfied. "And I ­ in righteousness I will see your face; when I awake, I will be satisfied with seeing your likeness." Psalm 17:15 Dr. Furman is survived by his wife, Faythe R. Furman; three sons, Lowell B. Furman, Jr. and wife, Beth, of Bloomington, Ind., Robby Houck and wife, Michelle, of Charleston, S.C., and Chris Houck and wife, Angie, of Asheville; three daughters, Susan F. Clawson and husband, Mike, of Manassas, Va., Barb F. Hall and husband, Steve, of Sherrills Ford, and Laura F. Harrison and husband, Donald, of Blowing Rock; two grandsons, Drew Clawson of Manassas, Va., and Taylor Furman of Bloomington, Ind.; three granddaughters, Samantha Hall and Sydney Hall, both of Sherrills Ford, and Gracie Houck of Charleston, S.C.; two brothers, James C. Furman and wife, Dolores, and Richard W. Furman and wife, Harriet, all of Boone. He is also survived by a number of nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father and mother, Delbert and Amy Furman. Services were conducted Sunday afternoon, Dec. 10, 2006, at 2:00 o'clock, at Alliance Bible Fellowship. Officiating was Pastor Scott Andrews and Franklin Graham. Burial followed in Mount Lawn Memorial Park and Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to the World Medical Mission, PO Box 3000, Boone, N.C. 28607, or to the Alliance Bible Fellowship, 672 George Wilson Road, Boone, N.C. 28607. Hampton Funeral Service was in charge of the arrangements. MARILYN JEAN MOLZ AUTON, Luke Ives Ariail Family Line. AUTON, Marilyn Marilyn "Dolly" Molz Auton, 83, of Atlanta died Thursday after a long battle with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP). Mrs. Auton is survived by Leonard, her husband of 59 years; sister, Lorraine Fitzgerald of Roanoke, VA; sons, Leonard Jr. and his wife Jenny of Lawrenceville, Gary and his wife Julie of Atlanta; daughter, Marcie Michelotti and her husband Robert of Jacksonville, FL; grandchildren, Andrew and Jonathan Auton, Bryan and Ashley Auton, Chase and Victoria Michelotti; and one great-grandchild. Mrs. Auton was preceded in death by her brother Jack Molz, who also died from PSP. The daughter of Harold Jack and Ethel Bull Molz, Mrs. Auton was born in Topeka, KS on May 2, 1927. The youngest of three children, she spent most of her childhood and teenage years in Richmond, VA, where she attended Fox School, Bedford Junior High and graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School. She lived for several years in New Bedford, MA before moving to Charlotte, NC, where she worked for Southern Bell Telephone Company. There she met and married Leonard and moved with him to Asheville, NC when he was transferred. From there he was transferred to Columbia, SC and finally to Atlanta in 1955, where he retired in 1987. Mrs. Auton was a caterer who specialized in wedding cakes with hand sculptured flowers. In 2001 she catered their 50th wedding anniversary dance party. She and Mr. Auton loved ballroom dancing and often danced several times a week in addition to weekly classes through the Life Enrichment program. Mrs. Auton played the violin, piano and autoharp, which she used in more than 50 years of teaching Sunday School for young children. She had been a member of Oak Grove United Methodist Church since 1968. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests that contributions be made to The Society for PSP, or the Altar Guild of Oak Grove United Methodist Church, 1722 Oak Grove Rd., Decatur, GA 30033. A memorial service will be held at the church on Thursday, July 1st at 2:00 PM, with visitation at 1:00 PM in the church parlor. A. S. Turner & Sons CLYDE MILTON ARIAIL, Luke Ives Ariail Family Line. Clyde Milton Ariail, a probation officer, died Friday at a local hospital. The funeral will be 2 p.m. Monday at Harborview Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, directed by McAlister's. Mr. Ariail was born Oct. 2, 1929 at Mullins, a son of the Rev. Warren G. Ariail and the late Mrs. Essie Smith Ariail. He was graduated from Wofford College and received his Masters' degree from the William and Mary College. A former teacher at the Trident Technical Education Center, he was a veteran of the Korean War and a member of Epworth Methodist Church. Surviving, in addition to his father, are: his widow, Mrs. Dorothy Royall Ariail of Charleston; two sons, Warren W. Ariail and Clyde M. Ariail, both of Charleston; a daughter, Miss Anne Bright Ariail of Charleston; two brothers, William S. Ariail of North Myrtle Beach and Warren G. Ariail of Gaffney. CHARLES A. JOHNSON, Luke Ives Ariail Family Line. Charles A. Johnson, 78, of 8 Circle Drive, Renfrew, died Feb. 26, 2000, at the V.A. Medical Center, Columbia. He was self-employed, an Army veteran of World War II, and a member of Slater United Methodist Church. Survivors: wife, Dorothy Campbell Johnson; stepdaughters, Linda Black of Ninety Six and Elaine Newton of Greenwood; a stepson, Mack Briley of Piedmont; a sister, Mrs. Robert McAlister of Greenville; several step- grandchildren and stepgreatgrandchildren. Visitation: 1 to 1:45 p.m. tonight at the Johnson Funeral Home. Graveside service: 2 p.m. today at Grand View Memorial Gardens. The family is at the home.

MAXEY CARLTON BRILEY, Luke Ives Ariail Family Line. Maxey Carlton Briley, Sr., 62, resident of 415 Camden Drive, husband of Dolorez Briley, died August 9, 2007 at his residence. Born May 27, 1945 in Greenwood, he was a son of Dorothy Campbell Johnson and the late Ernest Briley. He was a US Army Veteran and a former employee of Daniel Construction and Condustrial, Inc. of Greenville. He was a member of Emerald Baptist Church in Greenwood. Surviving in addition to his wife of the home and his mother of Ninety Six are two sisters, Lynda B. Black of Ninety Six and Iris Elaine Newton of Greenwood. Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Monday at the Blyth Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Curtis Eidson officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Gardens. The family is at the home of his sister, Lynda Black, 2417 Highway 246 South, Ninety Six and will receive friends at Blyth Funeral Home from 6 to 8 Sunday evening. The family would like to thank the members and staff of Emerald Baptist Church in Greenwood and Heartland Hospice of Greenville for all their care and support during this time of great need. For online condolences please visit www.blythfuneralhome.com. Blyth Funeral Home & Cremation Services is assisting the Briley family. MARY JEAN EVERETT ROCHESTER, Luke Ives Ariail Family Line. Mary Jean Rochester 80, left this life to join her husband, Don, her sons, Danny, Dennis and Jim on Sept. 18, 2008. She passed away in San Ramon, Costa Rica, where she was living with her only surviving son, Rick and his wife, Sharon. She is also survived by her brother, Aaron Everett, New Mexico; her best friend, Donna Grieve, Pueblo; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Jean spent her life in the hospitality industry, and was the former owner of The Burl Tree Restaurant in Pueblo, and OL Zan's Restaurant in Colorado City. Memorial service, 10 a.m. Oct. 10, 2008, Imperial Funeral Home in Pueblo. She will be laid to rest at Liberal Cemetery in Liberal, Kan., on Oct. 11, 2008. JAMES BREWER SIZEMORE, Luke Ives Ariail Family Line. James Brewer Sizemore, 64, 695 Tornado Road, died Friday, March 8. Member: Keowee Baptist Church, Honea Path Senior Citizens. Retired: Dixie Container. U. S. Navy veteran of World War II and Korea. Survivors: sons, James D. Sizemore, Anderson, John M. Sizemore, Abbeville, Jeffery Sizemore, Laurens; daughters, Connie Wells, Donalds, Jewel Bowie, Abbeville; stepson, Mike Hatcher, Easley; stepdaughter, Lynn Vaughn, Honea Path; 10 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Visitation: 1 to 3 p.m. today at Pruitt Funeral Home. Services: 3 p.m. today in funeral chapel. Burial: Garden of Memories. Family: home of Connie Wells, Shoals Junction Road, Donalds. JOSEPHINE SORRELLS BUCHANAN, Luke Ives Ariail Family Line. Josephine Sorrells Buchanan, 79, widow of Jack Wayman Buchanan Sr., died Friday, April 2, 2010, at Magnolia Manor. A native of Spartanburg County, daughter of the late Hoyt Ashmore and Edna Epton Sorrells, she was a retired textile employee and a member of Tucapau Baptist Church. Surviving are a son, Jack W. Buchanan, Jr. and wife, Pamela of Shelby, NC; a daughter, Beth Brock and husband, Harold of Lyman; three grandchildren, Ryan Brock, Katie Burnette and Justin Buchanan; and three great-grandchildren, Christian Burnette, Reagan Burnette and Ryleigh Burnette. Mrs. Buchanan was predeceased by a brother, Sonny Sorrells; and a sister, Dorothy Smith. Funeral services will be held 4:00 PM Monday, April 5, 2010, at Tucapau Baptist Church conducted by Dr. Bill Pate. Burial will follow in Wood Memorial Park. Visitation will be held 2:00-4:00 PM Monday, April 5, 2010, at Tucapau Baptist Church. The family is at home of daughter, Beth Brock, 2 Morgan Road, Lyman, SC 29365. Memorials may be made to Hospice of the Foothills, 130 Forest Glen Road, Columbus, NC 28722 or Jack W. & Josephine S. Buchanan Scholarship, c/o Gardner Webb University, PO Box 997, Boiling Springs, NC 28017. Online condolences may be made at www.thewoodmortuary.com. JUNIOR LEE SMITH, Luke Ives Ariail Family Line. Mr. Junior Lee Smith, age 74, of 512 Bowen Street, Anderson, SC, died Friday at the Nancy Hart Nursing Home. Born in San Jose, CA, Mr. Smith was a son of the late Elmer Smith and Margaret Elizabeth Sands Smith. He was retired from the Community Cash Produce in Spartanburg, SC after 27 years of service. He was a Lay Minister and also a member of the Concord Baptist Church. He was a veteran of the United States Air Force. Survivors include his wife, Barbara Snider Hooper Smith; son, Michael B. Smith of Greenville, SC and step-son Harry A. Hooper of Anderson, SC; daughter, Patsy Lee Harvey of Spartanburg and step-daughter Janet H. Hunsinger of Starr, SC;

brothers, Jerry Smith of Orville, CA and John Smith of San Jose, CA; sisters, Dorothy Hartman of Orville, CA and Marge DeLaVage of Eureka, CA. A granddaughter, Kelly Winters of FL and several step-grandchildren also survive. The Graveside Service will be held at Mt. Zion Baptist Church Cemetery, Spartanburg, SC, on Monday at 3:30 pm officiated by Dr. Don Cox. The family will receive friends on Monday, from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm at The McDougald Funeral Home. The family will be at the home. Memorials are to be made to Nancy Hart Nursing Home or to Concord Baptist Church. THE MCDOUGALD FUNERAL HOME is in charge of the arrangements. MAJOR GENERAL WILLIAM SCHUYLER DECAMP, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Descended from children of George Woodruff, 2nd husband of Diadamia Dunham (2nd daughter of Lucy Ariail). deCamp, William S. PhD Major General (Retired) On 3 September 2009, General Bill deCamp, 74, departed this life from his home in Fairfax, Virginia. He is survived by his beloved wife, Elizabeth Debora deCamp; his three sons, Colonel (USA, Retired) William S. deCamp, Jr. of Charlottesville, VA, Lieutenant Colonel (USA, Retired) Philip D. deCamp of Williamsburg, VA, and Mr. Timothy L. deCamp of Vienna, VA; three stepchildren; eight grandchildren; and seven stepgrandchildren. His first wife, Anne Draper deCamp, passed away in May 1989 and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. General deCamp, a third-generation Army officer, was born at Fort Monroe on September 24, 1934, where his father was an instructor at the Coast Artillery School. After graduating from the University of California at Berkeley in 1956 as the Cadet Commander and a distinguished military graduate, General deCamp was commissioned a Second Lieutenant of Armor. General deCamp's first assignments included service in the 5th Infantry Division in California, the 4th Cavalry and US Army Pacific in Hawaii, and the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment in Maryland. General deCamp then attended Tulane University, earning a Master of Arts degree in Political Science, followed by three cherished years as an assistant professor in the Department of Social Sciences at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. His attachment to his fellow officers and the institution of West Point led to his instatement as an honorary member of the USMA Class of 1956. In 1968, General deCamp deployed to the Republic of South Vietnam and commanded the 2nd Battalion, 8th Infantry assigned to the 4th Infantry Division operating in the central highlands, where his awards and decorations included the Silver Star and the Distinguished Flying Cross. Upon return from Vietnam, he attended the Armed Forces Staff College in Norfolk, VA, and completed his Doctorate of Philosophy in Political Science from Tulane. General deCamp was then assigned to the Pentagon in the Office of the Chief of Staff of the Army. After completing an Army War College fellowship at Johns Hopkins University, he returned to the Pentagon to serve as the Chief of the Mutual and Balanced Forces Reduction Treaty and as an Army Planner in the Army Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations. During this period he bought and finished the house of his dreams, cheered on the Washington Redskins, and served the community as a Little League baseball coach, Elementary School PTA President, and as an adult leader in Boy Scouts. In 1975, General deCamp was assigned to Europe to command the 3rd Brigade, 3rd Armored Division in Friedberg, West Germany, followed by assignments as the special assistant to the Supreme Allied Commander in SHAPE, Belgium; Assistant Division Commander of the 3rd Infantry Division in Kitzingen, West Germany; and as the Joint Chiefs representative to the Mutual and Balanced Force Reductions negotiations in Vienna, Austria. In 1980, General deCamp returned to the Pentagon, where he served as the Director of the Inter-American Region in the Office of the Secretary of Defense and was awarded the Defense Distinguished Service Medal and the Distinguished Service Medal. General deCamp retired from active duty in June 1984. In retirement, Bill split his time between Fairfax and his beach house near Charleston, SC, where he enjoyed hosting get-togethers with friends and family. To his last day, he was a soldier. Visitation will be held on Wednesday evening, September 9, 2009, from 6 to 8 p.m. at Murphy Falls Church Funeral Home, 1102 W. Broad St., Fall Church, Virginia. Online condolences may be made at www.murphyfuneralhomes.com. A memorial service will be held at the Fort Myer Chapel at 11 a.m. on December 3, 2009. Immediately following the service, General deCamp will be interred with full military honors alongside his first wife, Anne, at the Arlington National Cemetery. GRADY RAY DUNCAN, Luke Ives Ariail Family Line. Thursday, November 4, 2010 11:45 AM EDT Mr. Grady Ray Duncan, age 72, of 93 College St., Toccoa, GA., passed away Thursday, Oct. 28, 2010, at Heritage Healthcare of Toccoa. A son of the late Melvin and Mary Thompson Duncan, he was born May 8, 1938, in Toccoa, Ga., where he lived most of his life. He was a 1956 graduate of Toccoa High School and a veteran of the U.S. Army. He owned and operated Georgia Auction Sales and operated concessions at Roselane Park. He attended The Pointe. He was preceded in death by his sister Linda Duncan. Survivors include his wife of the home Debbie Wallace Duncan; a daughter and her husband, Kristal and Rich Tomlinson of Toccoa, Ga.; two grandchildren, Will and Mackenzie Tomlinson; and a number of aunts, uncles and cousins. Funeral service was Sunday, Oct. 31, 2 p.m. at the Hillcrest Chapel of Acree-Davis Funeral Home with the Reverend Jerrell Beatty, the Reverend Don Scott and the Reverend Jewell Gaines officiating. The following served as pallbearers, Gary Knight,

Kenny Wallace, Chris Perez Combs, Richard Adams, Kendall Peeples and Leon Lathan. Randy Shirley served as honorary escort. Interment followed in Roselane Cemetery with Acree-Davis Funeral Home in charge of arrangements for Mr. Grady Ray Duncan. Online condolences can be made by visiting the website at www.acree-davisfh.com. NAOMI LUCILLE COFFIN BOOHER, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Nov. 12, 1931-July 26, 2010 Naomi L. Booher of Crawfordsville died at 7:08 a.m. Monday at the Brownsburg Meadows Healthcare. She was 78. Funeral services are scheduled for 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church, 307 S. Washington St., with Dr. John Van Nuys officiating. Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. Monday at Powers-Priebe Funeral Home, 315 S. Washington St. Cremation will follow the funeral service with a committal service at 10 a.m. Aug. 7 at the Bloomingdale Cemetery. Memorials may be sent to Wabash Avenue Presbyterian Church or to the Arthritis Foundation, 615 N. Alabama, Ste. 430, Indianapolis, IN 46204-1498. Online condolences may be sent to www.powerspriebefh.com. DAVID SEYMOUR SCOTT, Lucy Ariail Family Line. David S. Scott, aged 65, of Harrison, died Thursday, Oct. 24, at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Fayetteville. He was born Jan. 2, 1920, at Epworth, Ia., a son of Glen and Ethel Chatfield Scott. He was retired from the military. He was a 30-year veteran having served during World War II in the Aleutian Islands. Survivors include his wife, Patricia Ledford Scott, of the home; a son, Danny Scott, Harrison; a daughter, Becky Phillips, Fayetteville; a brother, James R. Scott, Green Forest; two sisters, Margaret Callahan, Bella Vista; Joan Stafford, Tulsa, Okla.; three granddaughters, 2 stepdaughters and two stepsons. Services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, at Christeson Funeral Home. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery at Green Forest under the direction of Christeson Funeral Home. Pallbearers include Bill Balentine, Rex Brazell, Guy Folster, Joe Fast, Danny Paul, Danny Larimer, Bimbe McQuirie and James Flountain. ROGER H. DUNHAM, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Retired Master Chief, USCG Roger H. Dunham, 65, of 421 Hickory Drive, Elizabeth City, NC died Friday morning, December 11, 2009, in the Albemarle Hospital. He was born on December 7, 1944 in Red Wing, Minn. to the late Clayton and LaVerna Christensen Dunham. Mr. Dunham after 27 years of dedicated service, retired from the U. S. C. G. as a Master Chief. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post #6060, a member of the American Legion Hut #288 in Coinjock, NC, a lifetime member of the C. P. O. A., and a member of Ducks Unlimited. He is survived by his wife, Patricia Jacob Dunham of the home, daughter, Holly D. Cartwright and husband, Scott of Elizabeth City, NC, a son, Andy Dunham and wife, Leya of Elizabeth City, NC, a sister, Ruth Ann Dunham-Usher of Englewood, NJ, and aunts Ruth Christensen of Hopkins, MN and Mary Dunham of Minneapolis, MN. Also, surviving are four grandchildren, Tylor and Jacob Cartwright and Krystina and Hayley Dunham all of Elizabeth City, NC; and a very special family, Robbie, Shea and Amber Whitehead of Elizabeth City, NC. A memorial service with military rites will be conducted Monday, December 14, 2009, at 3:00pm in Twiford Memorial Chapel, Church St., by USCG Chaplin Mark Tanis. The family suggests memorial donations in lieu of flowers be made in memory of Roger to one's favorite charity. The family will receive friends and relatives at Twiford Funeral Home, Sunday evening from 5:30 until 7:00 and again immediately following the chapel service on Monday in the funeral home's lobby. At other times the family will be at the residence, 421 Hickory Drive, Elizabeth City, NC. Twiford Funeral Home, 405 E. Church Street, Elizabeth City, NC is assisting the Dunham family. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www.twifordfh.com. EULA MAE LECROY MCFARLIN, Wife of Ebb McFarlin.

Wednesday, November 17, 2010 11:06 PM EST Eula Mae LeCroy McFarlin, 84, of the New Bethel Community passed away Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2010, at the Stephens County Hospital. Born May 2, 1926, in Franklin County, she was the daughter of the late Willie Coleman and Clara Mae Brown LeCroy. She was the widow of the late Ebb McFarlin and the mother of the late James Edward McFarlin. She was the sister of the late Paul LeCroy, Thomas LeCroy, Talmadge LeCroy, and Gladys Crump. She had retired from Coats & Clark of Toccoa after 30 years. The past few years she had been a resident of the Clary Care Center and Willow Gardens in Toccoa, Ga. She was a member of the New Bethel Baptist Church for 72 years. Survivors include her brother, Jimmy LeCroy; two sisters, Louise Collins and Tommie McCollum, all of Toccoa, Ga.; and several nieces and nephews.

Services were held Friday, Nov. 12, at 2 p.m. at B.D. Ginn Memorial Chapel of the Ginn Funeral Home with the Rev. Tommy Childress and the Rev. Barry Collins officiating. Interment followed in New Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery. Ginn Funeral Home, Carnesville, was in charge of arrangements.

MARION DONALD "DON" MCFARLIN, 2nd Cousin of James Patterson. Marion Donald "Don" McFarlin, age 84, 61 of Leatherwood Road, Toccoa passed away Thursday, Nov. 11, 2010, at Friendship Nursing Home in Cleveland, Ga. A son of the late Fitzugh L. and Flossie Caudell McFarlin, he was born Aug. 1, 1926, in Franklin County, Ga., and had lived in Kannapolis, N.C., for many years and later in Toccoa. He was retired from Cannon Mills in Kannapolis. He was a member of New Bethel Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by the following siblings, Noel McFarlin, Manna Cook, George McFarlin, Max McFarlin, Dallas McFarlin, Deck McFarlin and Ruth Looney. Survivors are his daughter and her husband, Rhoda and Jimmy Seabolt of Demorest, Ga.; sons, Roger McFarlin and the Rev. Ricky McFarlin and his wife, Carol McFarlin all of Toccoa; grandchildren, Donald and Robyn McFarlin, Matthew and Crystal Roesch, Derek and Stephanie Dillard and Jarrad Seabolt; a number of great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mary Hallford and Ossie Adams both of Toccoa; a sister-in-law, Latrelle McFarlin of Carnesville; and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services were Sunday, Nov. 14, at 3 p.m. at New Bethel Baptist Church with the Rev. David Sosebee officiating. The following served as pallbearers, Tony Hallford, Jarrad Seabolt, Matthew Roesch, Derek Dillard, Donald McFarlin and Brandon McFarlin. Interment followed in New Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery with Acree-Davis Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. DAISIE ELLEN MARGUERITE ARIAIL CUVELIER SENATRO, Daughter of James Ives Ariail. Mrs. Marjorie Ariail Cuvelier Senatro, 36, wife of James Senatro of 201 Park St., died Saturday night at Hartford Hospital. She was born March 6, 1918 in Columbia, S.C. and had been a resident of Hartford for 20 years. Besides her husband she leaves a daughter, Miss Joann Cuvelier; a son, James Cuvelier and a cousin, Mrs. Catherine Walters, all of Hartford. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the D'Esopo Funeral Chapel, 235 Wethersfield Ave. Burial will be in Soldier's Field, Northwood Cemetery, Wilson. Friends may call at the funeral home after 6 p.m. today. EUGENE DOUGLAS ARIAL, Canadian Family Line, Descendant of Michel Arial, son of Mason Batchelder Arial. Eugene Ariail, 62, died November 12, 2008 in Lexington, SC. He was born in Greenfield, Massachusetts to Mason and Elizabeth (Fiske) Arial and attended Montague schools before moving to Florida. He played football and graduated from Palm Beach, Florida High School in 1964 and entered the US Army, serving for 16 years in Germany, Korea and several US posts. Survivors include wife, Linda and a brother, David and his wife Margaret, all of Lexington, SC. Also a niece, April and her husband C.J., grand niece, Megan and grand nephew, Mason. He also leaves an Aunt Eugenia Carter of Montague and Beverly Fiske of Greenfield as well as several cousins. Although Eugene lived in many places, he always regarded Montague Center, Massachusetts as home. THEODORE ROBERT ARIAL, Canadian Family Line, Descendant of Michel Arial, son of Theodore Robert Arial. Theodore Robert Arial of Tacoma, passed away in his home at age 74 on the morning of March 23, 2010. He was born in Greenfield, Mass., June 25, 1935. He graduated in 1953 from the former Arms Academy in Shelburne Falls, Mass., and undertook a career in the Air Force, from which he retired 21 years later. Next, he pursued a five-year stint in retail sales and then went to work for Pierce Transit. After many years of service, he retired again. Beloved by his family and friends, he will be greatly missed. He enjoyed traveling, horseback riding in his younger years, country music and meeting new people. His family have many wonderful memories of travel and camping as a family. He lived a life of love and sacrifice on behalf of others. His funeral service was held in the University Place Presbyterian Church Chapel, the same chapel where he and his wife, Audrey, were married. He is survived by his sisters, Beatrice Rogers of Lantana, Fla., and Mary Vostinak of Swansea, S.C., and his three children, Robert, Lawrence and Sheila, all of Tacoma, and other family members . JOHN NICHOLAS ROGERS, Canadian Family Line, Descendant of Michel Arial, Grandson of Beatrice Rogers. John ''Nick'' Rogers, 29, of Burlington, VT, formerly of Vernon, VT, died Saturday, October 27th, 2007. He was born Christmas day of 1977 in Bennington. He attended Vernon Elementary School and Brattleboro Union High School. In 1995 he met and later married Casey Miller of Northfield, MA with whom he had two children. In 2002 they separated, and shortly after, he moved to Burlington where he pursued his love of carpentry. He particularly enjoyed fishing, hunting, kayaking, camping, conducting tag sales, and anything involving nature. He is survived by his 2 beautiful sons,

Kenneth Nicholas and Dylan Douglas Rogers and their mother, Casey, of Northfield, MA, with whom he always maintained a strong friendship; his parents, J. Douglas and Elaine Rogers of Vernon, Irene and Dean Wigles of New Lebanon, OH. Two sisters, Dana Rogers of Vernon, Vt., and Tiffany Rogers of Keene, NH; three brothers, Ron Rogers of Hinsdale, Adam (and wife Melissa) Rogers. also of Hinsdale, and John ''JP'' Dempster (and wife Shiloh) of Brookville, OH. He is also survived by his paternal great-grandmother, Beatrice Arial of Lantana, FL, grandparents Beatrice Rogers of Lantana, FL, and John and Phyllis Rogers of Greenfield, MA, his maternal grandmother, Anita Passardi of North Adams, MA and many aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews, nieces and countless friends. Funeral services will be Friday (11-2-07) at 10:00 A.M. at the Kidder Funeral Home, 1 Parker Ave., Northfield, MA. Burial will follow in Farms Cemetery, Northfield, MA. Friends may call at the funeral home Thursday (11-1-07) from 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Kidder Funeral Home, 1 Parker Ave., Northfield, MA is in charge of arrangements. ALICE GERMAINE MOCK ARIAL ROBINSON, 2nd Wife of Jean Bernard Arial, Canadian Family Line. Feb. 21, 1944 to April 12, 2009 Surrounded by family, Alice Germaine Robinson, 65, of Bremerton passed away peacefully on April 12, 2009, at Hospice of Kitsap County Care Center in Bremerton from complications of COPD. She was born in Spokane to Bernard and Germaine (Horst) Mock, who preceded her in death. A longtime resident of Tacoma, she worked as a parole officer with the Washington State Department of Corrections for many years. She enjoyed spending time with family and friends and taking trips to casinos. Surviving are sons, Damon Arial of Stockton, Ks. and Vincent (Jan) Rosencutter of Puyallup, WA; a daughter, Lisa (Hallie) Holland of Bremerton, WA; a brother, Bernard of North Carolina; sisters, Susie of California and Mary of Washington state; grandchildren, Joe and Jacob Napier, both of Bremerton, Alisara and Anthony Arial, both of Stockton, Ks., Deena Nelson of Oregon, Solona Griffin and Fabian Fernandez, both of Bremerton; and great-grandchildren, Kadi, KiLee, MaKayla and Isabelle. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. on April 25 at Rainier View Christian Church, 12305 Spanaway Loop Rd. S. Tacoma WA 98444. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to a hospice of the donor's choice or to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. HELEN SOUZA ARIAL RUIZ, Portuguese Arial Family Line, Descended from Antoino Jacintho Arial. Born July 25, 1921 - called home by Our Lord on March 7, 2009. Beloved spouse to Chappy and mother of five children. Survived by brother, Johnny Arial; sons, Ronald & Robin; daughter, Patricia; 11 grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; 5 great-great grandchildren. SERVICES AT HAWAIIAN MEMORIAL PARK MORTUARY (IN KANEOHE) ON THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 2009 FROM 9:00 A.M. TO 11:00 A.M. GEORGE MARTIN ARIAIL, Son of Jesse Thomas Ariail, Sr., Luke Ives Ariail Family Line. Mr. George Martin Ariail, 76 of Greer, SC died Sunday (October 17, 2010) at Hillcrest Hospital. Mr. Ariail was born September 25, 1934 in Piedmont, SC to Zoree Ariail Hester of Simpsonville and the late Jesse Ariail Sr. He was retired from General Electric Corp. in Greenville, a veteran of the U.S. Navy and of the Baptist Faith. He was preceded in death by his wife, Bettie Nichols Ariail, and brother, Jesse Ariail Jr. He is survived by his mother and his sister, Lillian A. Kilgore of Simpsonville and he had a number of neices and nephews. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2:00 p.m at Cannon Funeral Home Chapel by Rev. Marion Lancaster. The family will receive friends at Cannon Funeral Home in Fountain Inn, Monday from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m Family and friends wishing to express their condolences may do so at www.cannonfuneralhome.com

WILLIAM WALLACE LAQUIRE, Canadian Family Line, Michel Arial descendant. William W. LaQuire, 68, passed away suddenly Wednesday, January 20, 2010. Bill was born, lived his way and went to the School of Hard Knocks. He was a US Navy veteran and a self-employed professional truck driver. Bill was a former assistant fire chief of the Ravena Hose Co. He enjoyed racing, drums, motorcycling, fishing, hunting, boating, camping and firearms. Survivors include his children, Laurie Ferriero and Jeff (Amy) LaQuire; grandchildren, Ashley, Chelsea, Devon, Alexis and Justice; brother, John LaQuire; and beloved friend, Rosemary Valo. Bill was predeceased by his parents, John and Anna LaQuire. Funeral services will be held 11:45 a.m. Monday, January 25 at the Babcock Funeral Home, Ravena. Burial will follow in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Coeymans. Friends may call at the funeral home on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. JANET LAQUIRE BRADY, Canadian Family Line, Michel Ariail descendant. Janet L. Brady, 72, of So. Allen St., Albany, N.Y., passed away peacefully at her home Sunday morning, August 16, 2009 at 3:55 a.m. She was the daughter of the late Henry F. and Janet L. LaQuire; sister of the late Robert W. LaQuire. She is survived by her children, Deborah J. (Rick Domermuth), Cindy (Tim Dugan), Harold (Ruth Alger) Lori Staats; also survived

by eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; brother of Henry F. LaQuire; good friends of Lois Allegretta and Joyce Ludwig Janet's family wishes to extend their sincere appreciation to Community Hospice for their loving care of their mom and sister. There will be no calling hours per Janet's request. Contributions may be made to Community Hospice. PHYLLIS A. LAQUIRE MILLS, Canadian Family Line, Michel Ariail descendants. Phyllis A. (LaQuire) Mills, 79, of Torrington, Conn., and formerly of West Rutland, died Saturday, Feb. 28, 2009, at Mid State Medical Center in Meriden, Conn. She was the wife of the late Ralph H. Mills Jr. Born March 11, 1930, in West Rutland, she was the daughter of the late Dewey and Elsie (Fredette) LaQuire. She was employed by Dano Electric until her retirement during 1974. She is survived by two sons, Ralph H. Mills III and Jerry Mills both of Torrington; one daughter, Nancy Stevenson of Cheshire, Conn.; five grandchildren as well as several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by one brother, Paul LaQuire. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, March 3, at 10:30 a.m. from The LaPorta-Cook Funeral Home, 82 Litchfield St., Torrington to St. Francis Church, 160 Main St., Torrington, Conn., for a Mass of Christian burial at 11 a.m. Burial will follow in St. Francis New Cemetery. Relatives and friends may call on Tuesday morning, March 3, from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the funeral home. Condolences may be sent to the Mills family by visiting laportacookfuneralhome.com. GLADYS MCCLENON LAQUIRE, Canadian Family Line, Michel Ariail Descendants. Gladys M. LaQuire, 91, of Voorheesville died Saturday, June 6, at St. Peter's Hospital in Albany. Born in Franklin, Delaware County, she worked as a sales clerk for the former Whitney's and Denby's department stores. She was the widow of Dewey LaQuire. Survivors include a daughter, Jeanne Kubica of Voorheesville; a stepson Paul J. LaQuire of Apopka, Fla.; and a stepdaughter, Phyllis Mills of Torrington, Conn. Services were from the Reilly & Son Funeral Home in Voorheesville. Burial was in Prospect Hill Cemetery in Guilderland. DEWEY JEROME LAQUIRE, Canadian Family Line, Michel Ariail Descendants. Dewey J. LaQuire, 93, of Wormer Rd., a former trucker, died Monday, March 25, in St. Peter's Hospital in Albany. Born in Castleton, Vt., Mr. LaQuire had lived in New Scotland since 1960. Retiring in 1970, he was a truck driver for the Albany Association of the Blind for 29 years. An avid bowler, Mr. LaQuire was a member of several Capital District bowling leagues. He is survived by his wife, Gladys McClenon LaQuire; two daughters, Phyllis Mills of Torrington, Conn., and Jeanne Kubica of Voorheeville; a son, Paul J. LaQuire of Apopka, Fla.; a sister, Viola Sedote of Colonie; a brother, Henry F. LaQuire Sr. of New Salem; six grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Services were Thursday from Reilly and Son Funeral Home, 9 Voorheesville Ave, Voorheesville. Burial was in Prospect Hill Cemetery, Guilderland. HENRY FRANCIS LAQUIRE, Canadian Family Line, Michel Ariail Descendants. Henry F. LaQuire Sr., 77, of Stovepipe Road, retired town worker, died Thursday, April 4, in St. Peter's Hospice in Albany after a long illness. Mr. LaQuire was born in Castleton, Vt., and lived in New Scotland for the past 44 years. He was a machine operator for several years, and worked for the Cargill Grain Co. in Albany, the former Schaeffer Brewery in Albany and the Town of New Scotland Highway Department. He retired in 1979. He was a member of the Bethlehem Elks Lodge 2233. Mr. LaQuire is survived by his wife, Janet Walton LaQuire; a son, Robert LaQuire of Syracuse; a sister, Viola Sedote of Colonie; a granddaughter; and two great-grandchildren. Services were from Reilly and Son Funeral Home, 9 Voorheesville Ave., Voorheesville. Burial was in Memory's Garden in Colonie. Contributions may be made to St. Peter's Hospital Foundation for Hospice. JANET WALTON LAQUIRE, Canadian Family Line, Michel Arial Descendants. Janet Walton LaQuire, 85, of Stove Pipe Road in New Scotland died Friday, April 12, at Community Hospice of Albany County at St. Peter's Hospital. Born in Scranton, Pa., she lived in New Scotland for 58 years. Mrs. LaQuire worked for Sterling Winthrop in Rensselaer for 35 years before she retired. She was the widow of Henry F. LaQuire. Survivors include a daughter, Janet Brady of Albany; a son, Henry LaQuire of Feura Bush; seven grandchildren; 12 greatgrandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.

Services were from the Reilly & Son Funeral Home in Voorheesville. Burial was in Memory's Garden in Colonie. Contributions may be made to Community Hospice of Albany County, 445 New Karner Road, Colonie 12205. JASON ANDFREW LAQUIRE, Canadian Family Line, Michel Ariail Descendants. LaQuire, Jason Andrew Jason the best DaDa in the world to Cameron LaQuire he leaves behind several people that love him, his mother Linda LaQuire, Aunt Pat Crakes, Uncle Paul LaQuire Great Aunt Jeanne Kubica, his 3 Brothers forever, Darrell Mathews, Danny Lewis and Keith Mahoney and a million friends around the USA. BOBBY MURRELL STANLEY, Husband of Carol. She was previously married to Steven Douglas Arial and is the mother of Tony Arial and Janice Romaine. Bobby "Bob" Murrell Stanley, 61, passed away on Tuesday, November 4, 2003, at home in Buffalo, Texas, with family and friends present. He was born on June 19, 1942, in Nacogdoches, Texas, and was a 30-year resident of Baytown, Texas. Bob demonstrated his love for sports as a long-time coach, referee and player of softball and basketball. He worked at Goose Creek ISD for 13 years as the director of transportation and security. He retired in 2000 to pursue his love of animals by raising British white cattle in Buffalo Texas. Bob was preceded in death by his parents, Samuel M. Stanley and Gay Stanley-Kerr and is survived by his wife, Carol, and devoted best friend, Scruffy; five children, Selena Bolton, Susan Dodson, Bobby Stanley Jr., Tony Arial and Janice Romaine; brother, David Stanley; sister, Beth Martin; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandchild, Jeremy Maron Jr. Numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews also survive him. Bob Stanley was an honest and devoted family man and will be greatly missed by all. Visitation will be from 5 until 7 p.m. today at Navarre Funeral Home in Baytown with services to follow immediately with the Rev. James Coffey officiating and eulogy by Dave Sherron, long-time friend. Graveside services will be at 1 p.m. Friday, November 7, 2003, at the Old North Church Cemetery in Nacogdoches. Pallbearers will be Gary, Jeremy and Kyle Maron, Jonathan and Justin Stanley, D.J. Hendrix, Noel Roach and Mike Tarpley. Honorary pallbearers will be Michael and Bradley Bolton, Jessica Stanley, Natalie Dodson, Randall Elledge and Mike Burnes. Services are under the direction of Navarre Funeral Home, 2444 Rollingbrook Drive, Baytown, Texas. MICHAEL RICHARD GABREE, Canadian Family Line, Machel Arial Descendants. Michael R. Gabree 1958 - 2009 GUILFORD Michael Richard Gabree, 51, died Thursday morning, June 18, at the Hazelhurst facility in Georgia after a long battle with emphysema. He had lived in Georgia for several years. Michael was born on April 21, 1958, to Carole Weatherhead Bascom, and the late Richard Gabree. Michael grew up in Guilford with his mother and stepfather, Irving Weatherhead. Besides his mother of Hinsdale, he leaves a son, Michael Gabree Jr. of Massachusetts; a son, Travis, and a daughter, Tara of New York; one brother, Brian Gabree of Jacksonville, Fla., and six sisters, Donna Jones of Vernon, Cheryl Cataldo of Marblehead, Mass., Susan Greene of Brattleboro, Lori Moore of Mayville, N.C., Debra Holway of Harrisville, N.H., and Dianna Lynch of Pittston, Maine. MEMORIAL NOTICE: A private memorial service will be held at a later date at the convenience of the family. Published in Brattleboro Reformer on 6/20/2009 JEAN NAPOLEON ARIAL, Canadian Family Line, Son of Michel Ariail and Louise Lemieux. DEATH OF JOHN ARIEL A telegram was received here Thursday announcing the death of John Ariel, which occurred Thursday morning at the soldiers' home in Bennington. He was 80 years old and a veteran of the Civil war. He is survived by four sisters, Mrs. Samuel O. Bacon of this town, Mrs Theresa Fredette of Brattleboro, Mrs. Frank Lepp of Springfield, Mass, Mrs. Agnes Follett of Laconta, N.H. and two brothers, Henry Ariel and Eugene Ariel of Massachusetts. The body will be brought here this morning on the 11 o'clock train, and the funeral services will be held in the afternoon at 1 o'clock, at the home of his sister, Mrs. Bacon, on Grove street. The body will be taken to Salisbury for burial.

GLENN HOWARD CHANDLER, JR., Canadian Family Line, Descdenant of Michel Arial. GLENN H. CHANDLER, JR., June 30, 2003. Glenn H. Chandler Jr. 74, of St. Johnsville, NY, died Monday at the Wells Nursing Home, Johnstown, NY. Born January 14, 1929, in Cohoes, NY he was the son of Glenn H. and Mildred Rider Chandler Sr. He was a graduate of St. Johnsville High School Class of 1947. He lived in St. Johnsville for most of his life. He served in the U.S. Airforce. Mr. Chandler was employed by the Palatine Dye Company for several years. He later was employed by the N.Y. State Police Dept. for 21 years, retiring as a NY State Police Sgt. He was a member of the St. Johnsville Fire Dept. and the NY State P.B.A. On February 14, 1986, he married the former Carol Miller, who survives. He is also survived by three daughters, Glenna Capece and her husband, Victor, of St. Johnsville, NY, Nan DeNinno and her husband, Scott, of St. Johnsville, NY and Kimberly Alerton-Ryan of Albany, NY; 3 step-daughters, Deborah Seward and her husband, David of Gloversville, Linda Amberger and her husband, Robert of Gloversville, and Cristen Hoffman of St. Johnsville; two step-sons, Carl Ovitt Jr. and

Chad Ovitt, both fo St. Johnsville, NY; one brother Medirck M. Chandler and his wife, Anabelle of Midland, NC; 18 grandchildren, including his grandddaughter, Callen Marie; four great grandchildren; several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. There will be a memorial service held on Saturday, July 12, 2003 at the Grace Church in St. Johnsville, NY at a time to be announced. Memorial contributions can be made in lieu of flowers to the Oppenheim-Ephratah Marching Band. Arrangements are by the Hollenbeck Funeral Home, 4 Second Avenue, Gloversville. ELEANOR THERESA ARIAL, Canadian Family Line, Daughter of Michel Arial and Louis Lemieux. MRS. FREDETTE, 79, dies in son's home. In Westmoreland Past Four Months -- New York State Native -- Leaves Children Here. (Special to The Reformer.). Westmoreland, N.H., Sept. 24. Mrs. Eleanor (Arial) Fredette, 76, formerly of Brattleboro, widow of John Fredette, died early this morning at the home of her son, John R. Fredette. She went there four months ago. Born in Williamsburg Falls, N.Y., Oct. 18, 1860, she was a daughter of Michael and Louise Lemeiux (Dorris) Arial. She was married to Mr. Fredette in Essex, N.Y., April 19, 1878, and came with her husband to Brattleboro from Middlebury nine years ago. Mr. Fredette died March 8, 1934. Mrs. Fredette leaves nine children. They are: Mrs. Edmund Camton; Margaret, widow of Louis Dwyer, Brattleboro; John R. and James F. Fredette, Westmoreland; Anna, wife of William Shaw, Brattleboro; Harry, Westmoreland, Gertrude, wife of Arthur Grover, and Warren Fredette, Brattleboro, and Eleanor, wife of George Davis, Albany, N.Y. A son, Richard, died at Fort Ethan Allen Sept. 4, 1917, while in World war service. Mrs. Fredette also leaves 31 grandchildren, 19 great grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Agnes Follette, of Laconia, N.H. Mrs. Fredette was a member of the Brattleboro American legion Auxiliary and a member of the Past Presidents' Parley of that organization. The body will remain at Fleming's funeral home on Terrace street until Sunday noon when it will be taken to Westmoreland. Services will be held in the Federated church there at 1 o'clock, Rev. Frye officiating. Burial will be in West cemetery at Middlebury. ELEANOR THERESA ARIAIL, wife of John Fredette. The Daily Herald, Sep 28, 1937. The body of Mrs. John Fredette, who died in Brattleboro, was brought here for burial in the family lot in West Cemetery. Funeral services were held in Brattleboro. Mrs. Fredette was a former resident of Middlebury. Brattleboro Local - Funeral services for Mrs. Eleanor Fredette formerly of Brattleboro, who died in Westmoreland, N.H., Friday, were held yesterday at 1 p.m. at Westmoreland Federated church. Rev. Mr. Frye officiated. There was a great profusion of flowers. Bearers were Martin Shaw and Richard Grover of Brattleboro, James Fredette, Fletcher Fredette and John Fredette of Westmoreland and Frederick Besette of Boston. The body was taken to Middlebury for burial in West cemetery. Present from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. George E. Davis Albany, N.Y.; Charlotte Taylor, Jackie Cook, Fred Besette, Mrs. Louis Dyer, Boston; Mr. and Mrs. James Henry and Daughter, Keene; Mr. and Mrs. William Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grover and family, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Fredette and family, Mrs. Noah Belair and son, Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers and son and Hugh Agnew, Brattleboro. JOHN FREDETTE, Husband of Eleanor Theresa Arial, Canadian Family Line. Descendants of Michel Ariail. JOHN FREDETTE, GREEN ST., DIES Wife Survives, Also 10 Children, Several in Brattleboro -- Burial to Be in Middlebury. John Fredette, 78, of Green street died at 6:45 last evening at the Brattleboro Memorial hospital, where he was taken yesterday morning ill with pneumonia. He had been ill only a few days. He was born in Whalonsburg, N.Y., March 2, 1856, the son of Peter and Rosalie (Cross) Fredette. He was engaged in farming in his earlier life. He was married on April 19, 1878, in Essex, N.Y., Eleanor Arial, who survives. Most of their married life was spent in Middlebury. He also leaves one sister, Mrs. Mary McGowan of Albany, N.Y., and 10 children: Mrs. Edmund Camton; Margaret, wife of Louis Dwyer, Brattleboro; John R. Fredette, Westmoreland, N.H.; James Frederick, Westmoreland; Anna, wife of William Shaw, Brattleboro; Harry, Westmoreland: Gertrude, wife of Arthur Grover, Brattleboro; Warren, Brattleboro; Eleanor, wife of George Davis, Albany. A son, Richard, died at Fort Ethan Allen Sept. 4, 1917, while in service in the World war. Mr. Fredette leaves 31 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. The funeral will be held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic church Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. The body will be taken to Middlebury for burial in the family lot in West cemetery. The body will remain at Fleming's chapel until the funeral. JOHN RALPH FREDETTE, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. JOHN R. FREDETTE John R. Fredette, 77 of South Village Westmoreland died in his home Thursday morning. He was born in Cornweall, Vt., Dec 29, 1882, the son of Mr and Mrs. John Fredette. He was a long-time resident of

Westmoreland. He leaves his wife, the former Elizabeth Canton, three daughters, Mrs. Grace Henry of Keene, Mrs. Doris Provencher of Westmoreland and Mrs Delphine Fenn of Cornwall, Conn; four sons, Karl of Westmoreland, William, of Burlington, Vt., John of Manchester and Gordon of Ft. Dix, N.J. A sister Mrs. Gertrude Grover of Brattleboro, Vt., a brother Warren Fredette of Brattleboro, several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. The Funeral will be held in the brick church in South Village Sunday at 3 p.m. The Rev. Ivan Nowlan of Deerfield, former pastor in Westmoreland will conduct the service. Burial will be in the Village Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects sunday at the church from 2 p.m. until the time of the service. The Frank J. Foley Funeral Home, 49 Court Street is in charge of arrangements. KARL MONFORD FREDETTE, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. KARL M. FREDETTE, Michel Arial Canadian family line Karl M. Fredette, 76, of South Village Road, Westmoreland, died Monday evening at the Westwood Health Care Center after a period of failing health. He was born in Brattleboro, Vt., Feb. 16, 1905, son of John and Elizabeth (Canton) Fredette, and had lived in Westmoreland for many years. Mr. Fredette served many years as the Highland Hill lookout watchman. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and a member of the Forest Fire Wardens Association. Survivors include his wife, Mary (Hall) Fredette of Westmoreland, one daughter, Mrs. Wendy F. Sawyer of Walpole; two brothers, William Fredette of Burlington, Vt., and Gordon Fredette of Columbus, Ga.; three sisters, Mrs. Doris Provencher of Walpole, Mrs. Delphone Fenn of Conwall, Conn., and Mrs. Grace Henry of Keene; one grandson, John Stoughton of Walpole; one granddaughter, Stephanie Stoughton of Walpole; nieces and nephews. A service will be held at the convenience of the family. Burial will be in the family lot at North Cemetery, Westmoreland. There will be no calling hours. The Fletcher Funeral Home of Keene is in charge of the arrangements. MARY HALL FREDETTE, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. MARY HALL FREDETTE Mary Hall Fredette, 92, of 521 South Village Ropad, Westmoreland, died Thursday evening at the Cheshire Medical Center in Keene following a sudden illness. She was born in Keene on May 12, 1907, the daughter of Adin and Maria (Scripture) Hall and had resided for a short time in Canaan prior to moving back to the Keene and Westmoreland area where she lived for most of her life. Mrs. Fredette graduated from Keene High School in 1925 and was in the first graduating class at Keene Normal School after the school became a four-year institution. She taught in Canaan and prior to her retirement in 1972 had been employed at the Walpole Middle School for more than 18 years. She was a member of the Westmoreland Historical Society, N.H. Retired Teachers Association, was a 4-H agent and home demonstration agent. She was also a member of the Farm Bureau, American Guernsey Cattle Club, American Hampshire Sheep Association and was past board member of the Cheshire Fair Association. Her husband Karl Fredette died in 1981. Survivors include her daughter Wendy Horton of Keene; and two grandchildren, Stephanie Stoughton of Portland, Maine, and John Stoughton of Clinton, Maine, along with several nieces and nephews. Services for Mrs. Fredette will be private. Thre are no calling hours. Burial will take place at the family lot in the North Cemetery in Westmoreland. In lieu of flowers, gifts may be made in the memory of Mrs. Fredette to the Historical Society of Cheshire County, P.O. Box 803, Keene, N.H. 03431. The Fletcher Funeral Home, 33 Malboro St., Keene, is in charge of the arrangements. DORIS J. FREDETTE, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. DORIS J. FREDETTE, Michel Arial Canadian family line Doris J. Provencher, 86, formerly of Hillside Acres, Walpole, died Saturday afternoon at Maplewood Nursing Home in Westmoreland after a period of failing health. She was born in Dummerston, Vt., Feb. 28, 1907, daughter of Rolie and Elizabeth (Canton) Fredette and lived in Westmoreland for many years before moving to Walpole 27 years ago. Her husband, Donald J. Provencher, died earlier. Survivors include two sons, Stephen Provencher of Florida and Peter Provencher of Walpole; one daughter, Linda Burrows of Walpole; two sisters, Grace Henry of Keene and Delphine Finn of Connecticut; 13 grandchildren; several greatgrandchildren; and nieces and nephews. A son, Donald Provencher, died in January; a daughter, Elizabeth Reyor, died in 1993. Private graveside services will be held in the spring at South Village Cemetery in Westmoreland. There are no calling hours. The Foley Funeral Home of Keene is in charge of arrangements.

The family has asked that, in lieu of flowers, contributions be made in Mrs. Provencher's memory to the Westmoreland Library, South Village Road, Westmoreland 03467. DONALD J. PROVENCHER, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. DONALD J. PROVENCHER Donald J. Provencher, 65, of Hillside Acres, Walpole, a former resident of Westmoreland, died Thursday morning in the Elliott Community Hospital. Born in Hanover on June 12, 1903, son of Donald and Georgianna (Labbie) Provencher, he had been a self-employed brick mason for many years and had served in the 3rd Mounted Cavalry, U.S. Army in the early 1920's. He was a former 32nd degree Mason, member of the Shrine, a former member of the Kenne Lodge of Elks and Loyal Order of Moose and a member of the Westmoreland Universaists Society. He had belonged to the Bricklayers and Plasters International Union. He is survived by his wife, the former Doris Fredette; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Reyor of Windsor Locks, Conn. and Mrs. Linda Burroughs of Walpole; two sons, Peter R. Provencher of Westmoreland and Steven Provencher of Walpole; two sisters, Mrs. Margaret LaChance of Franklin and Mrs. Elizabeth White of Lebanon; 11 grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Private funeral services will be held at the convenience of the family in the Frank J. Foley Funeral Home, 49 Court St. and private committal services will be held in the South Village Cemetery, Westmoreland. The family requests that flowers be omitted. There will be no calling hours. DONALD G. PROVENCHER, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. DONALD G. PROVENCHER Donald G. Provencher, 67, of Kingman, Ariz., died Monday at Kingman Reigonal Medical Center. He was born in Plymouth, Mass., Aug. 2, 1926, son of Donald and Doris (Fredette) Provencher, and attended schools in Westmoreland and Kenne High Scool, where he was an All-State halfback in 1942. He had lived in Westmoreland. During World War II, he served in the U.S. Marie Corps and was awarded two Bronze Stars and a Silver Star for heroism. Mr. Provencher was a brick and stone mason and helped build many of the local schools. Survivors include three sons, Donald M. Provencher, Daniel J. Provencher, and Joseph H. Provencher, all of Chesterfield; his mother of Westmoreland; two brothers, Peter Provencher of Walpole and Steve Provencher of Eustis, Fla.; a sister, Linda Burrows of Walpole. His father and a sister, Becky Reyor, both died earlier. The Sutton Funeral Home in Kingman is in charge of arrangements. STEVEN D. PROVENCHER, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. STEPHEN PROVENCHER Stephen D. Provencher, 59, of Mount Dora, Fla., died Sunday in Mount Dora. He was born in Keene, and moved to Mount Dora in 1973. He owned a floor sanding business and was formerly in the masonry business. Mr. Provencher was a member of the Elks Club of Bellows Falls, Pine Meadows Golf Club and Eustis Gun Club. Survivors include his wife, June P. Provencher of Mount Dora; a brother, Peter Provencher of Walpole; a sister, Linda Burrows of Walpole; and nieces and nephews. A brother, Donald Provencher, and a sister, Becky Reyor, died earlier. A memorial service will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at Hamlin and Hilbish Funeral Directors in Eustis, Fla. Dr. Alan Holden will officiate. The family has asked that, in lieu of flowers, contributions be made in Mr. Provencher's memory to Hospice of Lake and Sumter Inc., 12300 Lane Park Road, Tavares, Fla. 32778. FLETCHER B. FREDETTE, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. FLETCHER FREDETTE Fletcher (Bunny) Fredette, 74, of Winter Haven, Fla., died Thursday at Winter Haven Hospital following a long illness. He was born in Westmoreland, son of J. Frederick and Etta (Shephardson) Fredette, and had lived in the Lakes Region most of his life. He was a heavy equipment operator for Wilfred Gilbert Construction and several other contractors for many years. He was a life member of the Laconia Rod and Gun Club. Survivors include his wife, Yvonne (Fecteau) Fredette of Winter Haven; one son, Robert Fredette of Dover; one daughter, Judith Sweeney of Keene; three step-daughters, Maryellen Ringer and Joyce Winsor, both of Belmont, and Barbara Warren, of St. Cloud, Fla.; 13 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandson; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Calling hours are Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. at the A.W. Simoneau & Son Memorial Home, 139 Church St., Laconia. Services are Monday at 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Rev. Raymond C. Wixson, pastor of the Gilford Community Church, will officiate. Spring burial will be in the family lot in South Village Cemetery in Westmoreland.

The family has asked that, in lieu of flowers, contributions in Mr. Fredette's memory be made to N.H. Heart Association, 309 Pine St., Manchester 03103. HARRY ARIAL FREDETTE, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. HARRY ARIAL FREDETTE Greenfield Mass., Jan 28, 1946. Harry a. Fredette, 67, whose body was found in his flaming cabin in Warwick on Saturday, died as a result of burns, Associate Medical Examiner H.R. Mahar reported today. Fredette's son, James, of Brattleboro, Vermont found the cabin on fire when he went to visit his father who had lived alone. The elder Fredette was a native of Middlebury, Vt. JAMES ARTHUR FREDETTE, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. JAMES A. FREDETTE James A. Fredette, 58, a former Brattleboro resident, died unexpectedly Wednesday morning in Lebanon, Conn., where he had been living about 30 years. He was born in Westmoreland, N.H., Feb. 9, 1916, son of Harry and Mary (King) Fredette. He was a Veteran of World war II, serving with the Army in the European Theater. Mr. Fredette's occupation was farming. He leaves two sisters, Mrs. Arthur Kiernan of Brattleboro and Mrs. Noah Belair of Williamantic, Conn.; a nephew and two nieces. Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Fleming Funeral Home by the Rev. John F. Madden, minister of First Baptist Church. Entombment will take place in Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery for burial in the spring in Westmoreland. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. GERTRUDE DEWEY FREDETTE, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. MRS. ARTHUR GROVER Mrs. Gertrude (Fredette) Grover, 78, of 144 Elliot St. died unexpectedly Friday afternoon shortly after being admitted at Brattleboro Memorial Hospital. She was the widow of Arthur E. Grover, who died Dec. 29, 1967. Born in Middlebury May 11, 1891, she was the daughter of John and Eleanor (Ariel) Fredette. Her marriage to Mr. Grover took place in Brattleboro Dec. 2, 1908. She leaves five sons, Richard and Ernest of Brattleboro, Earle of Anna Maria Island, Fla., Paul of Bennington and Terry of Holyoke, Mass.; five daughters, Mrs. Alice Pike of Jamacia, Mrs. Charotte Fields of Marlborough, N.H., and Mrs. Eleanor Austin, Mrs. Margaret Jacques and Mrs. Gertrude Richards of Brattleboro; and sister, Mrs. Eleanor Davis of Albany, N.Y.; a brother, Warren Fredette of Brattleboro; 23 grandchildren, 65 great-grandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at the Ker Funeral Home Monday at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Myra Borden, interim minister of First Baptist Church. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. ARTHUR ELESTER GROVER, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. ARTHUR E. GROVER Dies, Leaves 97 Descendants. Arthur Elester Grover, 81, died this morning at Johnson's Convalescent Home after a long illness. A retired employee of the former C. F. Church Mfg. Co., he had made his home at 144 Elliot Street. He was born in Halifax March 11, 1886, a son of Henry and Prudence (Martin) Grover. He and his wife, the former Gertrude Fredette, celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on Dec. 2. Survivors besides his widow are five sons, Richard and Ernest of Brattleboro, Earl of Putney, Terry of Holyoke, Mass., and Paul of Bennington; five daughters, Mrs. Alice Pike of Jamaica, Mrs. Charlotte Fields of Keene, N.H., and Mrs. Elynor Austin, Mrs. Margaret Jacques and Mrs. Gertrude Richards of Brattleboro; 27 grandchildren and 60 great-grandchildren. He also leaves two brothers, Henry of Vernon and Clarence of Newark, N.J.; and two sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Vigneau and Mrs. Alice Brown, both of Brattleboro. A son, Ralph, died in 1959, and a son, Robert, died in infancy. Funeral services will be held at the Ker Funeral Home Sunday at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Jame L. Young, minister of First Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m. ALICE DOROTHY GROVER, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. ALICE PIKE Alice (Grover) Pike, 76, of 31 Garfield Drive died Thursday morning at Eden Park Nursing Home. She was born Jan. 16, 1909, in Brattleboro, the daughter of Arthur and Gertrude (Fredette) Grover. Mrs. Pike's husband, Ralph, died in 1972. Survivors include seven daughters, Helen Foster and Marilyn Wilder, both of Winchester, N.H., Janet Seymour of Chicopee, Mass., Bettyanne Butterfield of Somersworth, N.H., Evelyn Hoard of Brookline and Marguerite Carey and Janice Morrill, both of Newfane; 39 grandchildren and 60 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Elynor Austin and Gertrude Richards both fo

Brattleboro; three brothers, Paul Grover of Roanoke, Va., Terry Grover of Chicopee, Mass., and Early Grover of Bradenton, Fla., and nieces and nephews. A son, Robert Pike, and two daughters, Jean Smith and Barbara Vose, predeceased Mrs. Pike. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Ker-Westerlund Funeral Home. The Rev. Stanley Decker, pastor of the West Brattleboro Baptist Church, will officiate. Friends may call at the funeral home 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday. Donations in Mrs. Pike's memory may be made to Rescue Inc., Box. 593, Brattleboro 05301. Burial will take place in Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery. JANICE MARY PIKE MORRILL, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. Janice Pike Morrill 1934 - 2009 NEWFANE, VT Janice M. Pike Morrill, 74, died peacefully on Sunday, Sept. 20, 2009, at the Pine Heights Nursing Home in Brattleboro. She was born on Dec. 28, 1934, daughter of Ralph and Alice Grover Pike in Brattleboro, Vt. Jan enjoyed time with her family and she was a homemaker who loved her "job". She was married in 1953 to Joseph Morrill and spent the next 56 years happily married until his death in 2008. Janice like listening to country music and crocheting items for family and friends. Mrs. Morrill leaves three sons, Joseph B. Morrill Jr. of Idaho, Steven N. Morrill, and his wife, Deborah, of Newfane, Vt., David Allan Morrill, and his wife, Diana of Athens, Vt., two daughters Susan Alice Stone, and her husband, Keith, of N.Y., Shirley Louis Morrill, and her husband, Ross of Hinsdale, a twin sister, Janet Seymour of Mass., three other sisters, Evelyn Hoard of Townshend, Vt., Marguerite Carey of Newfane, Vt., Marilyn Wilder of N.H., eight grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren. In additional to her husband Joseph, she was predeceased by five sisters and a brother. FUNERAL NOTICE: A graveside service will be on Saturday at 1 p.m. m at the Woodlawn Cemetery in Newfane, VT. There are to be no calling hours at this time. Memorial contributions in her memory may be made to the Grace Cottage Foundation of Townshend, Vermont. Arrangements are under the care of the KER WESTERLUND and FLEMING FUNERAL HOME 57 High St. Brattleboro, VT, 05301 & www.kerwesterlund.com. CHLOE JOANNE BARLOW GROVER, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. MRS. RICHARD GROVER Mrs. Chloe Joanne (Barlow) Grover, 41; died during open heart surgery performed yesterday at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover. She was the wife of Richard A. Grover, proprietor of the Yellow Cab in Brattleboro, Vt. Visiting hours will be at the Ker Funeral Home in Brattleboro tomorrow evening from 7 to 9. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the West Chesterfield Church. Born in Wilmington, Vt., April 7, 1925, the daughter of Byron and Olive (Mason) Barlow, she attended schools in Wilmington and Brattleboro. She leaves her husband, who is a patient at the Veterans Administration Hospital in White River Junction, Vt., being treated for a hip fracture suffered in a fall on Christmas Eve; a son, Michael, at home; her mother of Wingdale, N.Y.; and two brothers, Wardner Barlow of Ridgefield, Conn., and Byron Barlow of Hinsdale. ERNEST FREDETTE GROVER, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. ERNEST F. GROVER Ernest F. Grover, 54, died Wednesday night at his home at 75 Pine St. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Fleming Funeral Home, the Rev. John F. Madden, minister of First Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Locust Ridge Cemetery. There will be no calling hours. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Rescue Inc., in care of Verne R. Bristol, 14 Horton Place. Mr. Grover was born in Brattleboro May 15, 1919, son of Arthur and Gertrude (Fredette) Grover. He attended Brattleboro schools. He was an Army veteran of World War II serving in the Pacific Theater and received a Bronze Star for heroic achievement during the Luzon campaign. Before illness caused his retirement, Mr. Grover was employed at American Optical Co. He was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion and the Disabled American Veterans. Surviving are his widow, the former Louise Rupprecht Dube, whom he married in Bernardston, Mass., July 20, 1946; a son, Robert E. of Brattleboro; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Amelia Robbins of Claremont, N.H.; four brothers Richard and Paul of Brattleboro, Earl of Anna Maria, Fla., and Terry of Holyoke, Mass.; five sisters, Mrs. Alice Pike, Mrs. Eleanor Austin, Mrs. Margaret Jacques and Mrs. Charlotte Field of Brattleboro and Mrs. Gertrude Richards of Keene, N.H.; five grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. RALPH BERNARD GROVER, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. RALPH B. GROVER Ralph Bernard Grover, 32, of Westminster West, formerly of Brattleboro, veteran of World War II and the Korean conflict, died Thursday afternoon at the Veterans Hospital, White River Junction, following a 10 week illness. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Ker Funeral Home. Rev. Jordan Cole, pastor of Putney

Federated Chruch will officiate. Burial will be in Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 9. Born in Brattleboro, Jan. 29, 1927, he was the son of Arthur S. and Gertrude (Fredette) Grover of Brattleboro. He attended schools here. At the time of his illness Mr. Grover was employed by the American Optical Co. His marriage to Beatrice Rogers of Bridgewater Corners took place March 13, 1950. Besides his parents and wife he is survived by five brothers and five sisters: Richard A., Ernest and Paul Grover, all of this town, Earle of Putney and Terry of Washington; Mrs. Elynor Austin, Mrs. Gertrude Richards, Mrs. Margaret Jacques and Mrs. Charlotte Field, all of Brattleboro, and Mrs. Alice Pike of Chester. He also leaves many nieces and nephews. THOMAS ARTHUR GROVER, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. THOMAS GROVER Thomas Arthur Grover, two-week-old son of Terry and Barbara (LaFlam) Grover of 11 Valley Street, died unexpectedly early this morning at his home. Dr. R. Keith Clarke, deputy medical examiner, said that death was caused by suffocation following vomiting. The child was born in Brattleboro Oct. 13. Surviving besides his parents are two brothers, Ricky Allen and Christopher Joseph, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grover and Mr. and Mrs. Henry LaFlam of Brattleboro. A prayer service will be held at the Fleming Funeral Home Friday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery. WILLIAM WARREN FREDETTE, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. WILLIAM WARREN FREDETTE W. Warren Fredette, 79, of 64 Clark Ave. died Wednesday afternoon at Eden Park Nursing Home. He was born in Middlebury Nov. 21, 1893, son of John and Theresa (Arial) Fredette. He was a veteran of World War I and also served in the Mexican border battles. Mr. Fredette was first employed for a short time with New England Power Co. He then went to work for C.F. Church Mfg. Co. and was with the firm for 40 years before his retirement 14 years ago. He was a member of American Legion Post 5. Survivors include his widow, the former Emma Hills, whom he married June 3, 1916 in Brattleboro; two daughters, Mrs. Nathan Taft of Hinsdale, N.H., and Mrs. Francis Romano of Bellows Falls. a sister, Mrs. Eleanor Davis of Albany, N.Y.; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Rohde-Dawley Funeral Home Saturday at 2 p.m. Burial will be in Morningside Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. Those who wish may make contributions in Mr. Fredette's memory to the Heart Fund in care of Edmund Turgeon, Burlington Savings Bank. EMMA ELLEN HILLS FREDETTE, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. MRS. WILLIAM FREDETTE Mrs. Emma (Hills) Fredette, 79, of Weathersfield, formerly of Brattleboro, died Friday evening at Hanover Terrace in Hanover, N.H., following a short illness. She was the widow of William Wendell Fredette. She was born in Chesterfield, N.H., Sept. 21, 1898, daughter of Charles and Bertha (Dunham) Hills. For many years she was employed as a seamstress at the former Hooker, Corser & Mitchell Co., Inc. Later she worked at the Book Press until her retirement 14 years ago. Her marriage to Mr. Fredette took place June 3, 1916, in Brattleboro. He died in 1973. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Marjoire Romano of Bellows Falls and Mrs. Dorothy Taft of North Hinsdale, N.H.; a sister, Mrs. Stella Bora of Greenfield, Mass.; eight grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Rohde-Dawley Funeral Home by the Rev. Leonard R. Kraemer, minister of Centre Congregational Church. Burial will follow in Morningside Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening from 7 to 9. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Mrs. Fredette's memory may be made to The Cancer Fund, in care of Mrs. Dorothy Spencer, Bellows Falls Trust Co., Bellows Falls 05101. DOROTHY ELLEN FREDETTE, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. DOROTHY FREDETTE Dorothy E. Fredette, 74, of 32 Rolling Hills Village, Hinsdale, died Wednesday at Cheshire Medical Center in Kenne after a long illness. She was born in Brattleboro Jan. 7, 1917, daughter of Warren and Emma (Hill) Fredette, attended Brattleboro elementary and high schools, and was a long-time resident of the Brattleboro and Hinsdale areas. Survivors include her husband, Nathan S. Taft of Hinsdale, whom she married March 12, 1946; one daughter, Dixie Goodnough of Hinsdale; one son, Robert Carpenter of Winchester; one sister, Marjorie Romano of Bellows Falls; four grandchildren; one great-grandson; and many nieces and nephews.

Graveside services will be Saturday at 1 p.m. at Morningside Cemetery, Brattleboro. Rev. Stanley E. Decker of West Brattleboro Baptist Church will officiate. There are no calling hours. The Ker, Westerlund and Fleming Funeral Home in Brattleboro is in charge of arrangements. MARJORIE BERTHA FREDETTE ROMANO, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. MARJORIE ROMANO Marjorie Romano, 78, of Lincoln Street died Monday, March 1, at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. She was born on Nov. 10, 1920, a daughter of Warren and Emma Fredette. She grew up and attended schools in Brattleboro. In June of 1940 she married Francis Romano. In 1954 she moved to Bellows Falls where she remained with her husband until his death in 1993. Mrs. Romano was a giving woman whose life revolved around her husband and five children. Her giving continues as she has donated her remains to the Darthmouth Hitchcock Medical Center with the hope of helping others. She is survived by five children: Nicholas Romano of Keene, N.H., Peter Romano of Bellows Falls, Patricia Harper of Rockingham, Mark Romano of Allens Park, Colo., and Mary Romano of Surry, N.H. plus four grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. There will be a memorial service at St. Charles Church in Bellows Falls at 10 a.m. on Thursday, March 4. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in her memory to the American Lung Association, P.O. Box 1014, Manchester, N.H., 03105-1014. FRANCIS EMIDIO ROMANO, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. FRANCIS E. ROMANO Francis E. Romano, 73, died Thursday at Springfield Hospital in Springfield. He was born in Brattleboro on Aug. 20, 1919, the son of Nicholas and Mary Romano. He attended St. Michael's School in Brattleboro and was a graduate of Brattleboro High School. During World War II he served with the U.S. Navy. For 20 years he was employed by the Vermont National Bank, serving as manager of the Bellows Falls branch for several years. He later served as loan officer of the Bellows Falls Trust Co. Mr. Romano was an avid hunter and fisherman. He was a life member of the American Legion. On June 22, 1940, he was married at St. Michael's Church in Brattleboro to Marjorie Fredette who survives. He is also survived by three sons, Nicholas Romano of Keene, N.H., Peter Romano of Bellows Falls and Mark Romano of Lyons, Colo.; two daughters, Patricia Harper of Bellows Falls, and Mary Romano of Surrey, N.H.; one sister, Ann French of Worcester, Mass.; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild; niece and nephews. Memorial services will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at St. Charles Church in Bellows Falls. There will be no calling hours. Fenton & Hennessey Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

RICHARD ERNEST FREDETTE, son of Eleanor Theresa Ariail, 3rd cousin twice removed of James Patterson. Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. TAPS ARE SOUNDED FOR FREDETTE TODAY Death Came Tuesday Night After Four Hopeless Weeks With Broken Neck, He Was Conscious Almost To The Last After having lived just a month with a broken neck, Richard Ernest Fredette of Middlebury, a member of Company I. V. N. G., died at the Post hospital at Fort Ethan Allen at 10 o'clock Tuesday night, reiterating almost to the last that his greatest grief was that he could not follow his comrades to the battlefield. In a flag draped coffin in which his body was removed from Burlington to Middlebury on Wednesday evening, he is being buried here today, with funeral services at his home conducted by President Thomas of Middlebury College. A bugler, Musician Nugar of Fort Ethan Allen, was detailed here to sound taps over the grave. The bearers were: Benjamin Cota, Milton Brown, Denzil Glavin, Thomas Bushway, Thomas Burns and Frank Goss. Up to within a short time of his death Fredette, although practically all of his body was paralyzed, was conscious and talked with his mother, Mrs. John Fredette, who had been at his bedside most of the time. He had talked a great deal of his comrades and when the regiment was broken up with the departure of a large portion of it for Massachusetts, he, realizing he would never be able to accompany it was greatly affected. His case was practically hopeless from the time he entered the hospital with injuries sustained when he dived into shallow water while swimming in Lake Champlain on August 5. At the hospital when it was determined that his neck was broken a delicate operation performed for the removal of part of the vertebra, but the surgeons realized that at best this would only give him a few weeks of life. The paralysis gradually spread and on Sunday he practically lost consciousness. Fredette, who was the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fredette, would have reached his 20th birthday the 17th of next month. He enlisted in Company I, of Brattleboro just prior to the departure of the First Vermont for Mexican border service, his brother, Warren Fredette of Brattleboro, being at that time a sergeant in that Company, and since discharged.

He is survived by four brothers and five sisters, in addition to his parents. The brothers being Roland of Drewsville, N.H., Fred and Harry of Westmoreland, N.H., and Warren of Brattleboro. His sisters are Mrs. Arthur Bissette and Miss Eleanor Fredette of Middlebury and Mrs. W.A. Shaw and Mrs. Arthur Grover of Brattleboro. Military honors were paid by the soldiers at Fort Ethan Allen when Fredette's body was removed, the hearse being surrounded by four guards and conducted along Officers' Row out of the Reservation, accompanied by the Second Cavalry band. While the procession passed down the highway, several hundred medical men who were drilling on the parade ground stood at attention and the National colors were brought to half-mast. JOHN DAVID CULP, Son of Mary Alice Arial. Mary Alice Arial is from Alberta, Canada and has attended our reunion in the past and states she plans on coming again. Descended from Jean-Baptiste Robert Arial, who was the son of Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail (John Ariail) our ancestor. February 19, 1959 ­ July 17, 2010. David Culp passed away from kidney failure. He was President and CEO of Paladin Capital Markets Inc. He was an amazing guitarist and possessed a wickedly funny sense of humor. He grew up in St. Albert attending Robert Rundle, Sir George Simpson and Paul Kane High School. He is lovingly remembered by his wife: Katherine and his daughter: Danielle his pride and joy. He leaves his mother: MaryAlice Arial, his brother: Jim (Ladda) Culp; sisters: Patti (Butch) Shenfield, Cheryl (Michael) Schmitt, Janelle (Dave) Grice, Margo (Bruce) Lamb and his Aunt Mary Culp. He also leaves his stepmother and dear friend: Gail Culp and his Toronto siblings. Michael, Graham (Carol) Culp, and Alison (Guy) Bowen. He leaves his cherished friend Pat Campbell. He will be missed by his nephew: Steven (Jenny) and James Shenfield, Warren (Kelsie), Graham and Evan Fairbanks, Scotty and Jordan Lamb, Joel and Erik Grice and his nieces: Jennifer (Darren) Innes, Robyn (Janice) McGale, Bethany Lamb and Tayva Salmon. He leave his stepmother Cathy Carter Culp and her daughter Lauren of Chicago. He was predeceased by his father: Joe Culp. A graveside service will be held at a later date at St. Joachim Cemetery in Edmonton. ARCHIBALD BERNARD MACLEAN, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. MacLean, Archie B., in a local hospital, November 5, 1966, loving husband of Margaret A. MacLean of Oakland; devoted father of Kenneth A. MacLean of Marysville, Mrs. Beverly Claywell of Poway, Mrs. Sandra Flanagin of Oakland and Harold B. MacLean of Walnut Creek, brother of Hugh MacLean of Berkeley and James MacLean of Oakland; also survived by twelve grandchildren. A native of Oakland aged 70 years. A member of the St. Theresa Catholic Church of Oakland and the San Pable Sportsman's Club. Friends are invited to attend services Wednesday, November 9, at 9 a.m. at Truman's Chapel, Telegraph Avenue at 30 th Street, Oakland; thence to St. Theresa's Catholic Church, 30 Mandalay Road, Oakland, where a Mass of Requlem will be offered for the repose of his soul, commencing at 9:30 a.m. Interment, St. Mary's Cemetery. Recitation of the Rosary, Tuesday, at 8 p.m. CLEMENT E. SKILLING, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. Neenah ­ Clement E. Skilling, 63, of 1565 S. Commercial St., Neenah, died at Theda Clark Hospital at 2 p.m. Thursday following a lingering illness. Born Sept. 10, 1906, in Little Suamico, Mr. Skilling had been a resident of the Fox Cities area for the past 22 years. He was a World War II veteran and had been employed at the Manhattan Rubber Co, Neenah. Survivors are the widow, Mercedes, one brother, Vincent A. Oshkosh, and a sister, Mrs. Afreeda Bell, Phoenix, Ariz. Funeral services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Monday at the Laemmrich Funeral Home, Menasha, and at 10 o'clock at St. Patrick Catholic Church. The Rev. Lambert Scanlan will officiate. Interment will be in St. Margaret Cemetery. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home, where a prayer service will be held at 8 Sunday evening. EDWARD SKILLING, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. Killed by Train. Green Bay Press-Gazette ­ Edward Skilling, foreman of William Larsen's Crystal Spring farm near Duck Creek, was killed by Chicago & Northwestern road passenger train No. 214 at Larsen's Spur crossing at Duck Creek when the train struck the motor car which he was driving. Both of Mr. Skilling's legs were severed below the knees, his head was cut and his body was bruised in the smash. The train was stopped and Mr. Skilling was placed on board and brought to this city. He died a half hour after he had been taken to St. Vincent's hospital. The motor car was wrecked. Mr. Skilling had been in the employ of William Larsen for a number of years. His widow, a daughter and two sons survive. The daughter is Miss Alfreda Skilling, and the sons are Clement and Vincent Skilling. JOSEPH ARIAIL, (Name mutated from Ariail to Oryall), Canadian Family Line, Son of Michel Ariail.

Obituary of Joseph Oryall Sr. "The Gazette" Newspaper, Stevens Point, Wisconsin on Wednesday, January 23, 1901. A pioneer resident of Wisconsin passed away at 8:15 o'clock Sunday morning, when Jos. Oryall breathed his last at the home of his son, Frank C. Oryall, 602 Briggs street. The gentleman had been gradually failing for several months, but was able to be about at all times, and a week ago last Friday he attended the funeral of the late Mrs. Wm. Leonard, Sr. The day was very cold and stormy, and Mr. Oryall caught a severe cold. He failed quite rapidly from this time and a few days later took to his bed. During the last three days of his sickness, he was in an unconscious condition and his death came very peacefully. Mr. Oryall was a native of Canada, born of French parents, near Quebec, 84 years ago the 2nd of last April. While still a young man he came across the line to New York State and married there. In 1855 the family came to Wisconsin, locating at Fond Du Lac, where Mrs. Oryall died some 13 years later. Mr. Oryall also made his home for some years at other points in Wisconsin, coming to this city 15 years ago, and had since lived with his son. He was remarkably active for one of his years, and in fact appeared to be only in the prime of his life. The aged gentleman was a sincere Christian and faithful member of St. Stephen's Church. He leaves five sons and daughters, Jos. Oryall of Green Bay, E.M., of Pelican Rapids, Minn., Mrs. Akins of Western, Nebraska, Mrs. Cole of Spokane, Wash.; and F.C. Oryall of this city. The remains were taken to Duck Creek, Brown County, yesterday morning, over the Green Bay road, and the funeral was held from the Catholic Church in that town this morning. The Obituary of Joseph Oryall, "Stevens Point Daily Journal" on Monday, January 21, 1901. Joseph Oryall died Sunday morning at 8:15 o'clock at the home of his son. F.C. Oryall, at 900 Briggs Street, after a week's illness. He attended a funeral on Friday, Jan. 11, and returned complaining of being ill, having taken a chill. He began to fail gradually and though the cold was broken up, he continued to weaken and for the last four days previous to his death he lay in a comatose state, suffering no pain whatever. Mr. Oryall was born near Quebec on April 2, 1816, being the son of a Frenchman. In 1844 he married Miss Maria Nolan and soon afterward they went to live at Malone, N.Y. In 1855, they came west and settled north of Green Bay, where Mr. Oryall worked in the pinery until 1860. From that time until Mrs. Oryall died in 1868 they lived on a farm near Fond Du Lac. He then returned to Green Bay, where he remained until 15 years ago, when he came to live with his son, Frank, in the town of Stockton and later in this city. He leaves five children, Joseph of Green Bay, E.M. of Pelican Rapids, Minn., F.C. of this city, Mrs. Cornelia Cole of Spokane, Wash., and Mrs. Carrie Aikens of Western, Neb. The remains will be taken to Green Bay on the 6:45 train Tuesday morning. The funeral will be held from the Catholic Church at Duck Creek, six miles out of Green Bay, Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Oryall will accompany the remains. Mr. Oryall was nearly 85 years of age but was a remarkably well preserved man. He was the possessor of a kindly generous disposition and made friends of all whom he met. RICKEY L. PATTERSON, Thursday, December 23, 2010 12:48 PM EST Mr. Rickey L. Patterson of 1241 Bowersville St., Royston, Ga., died Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010, at his home. Mr. Patterson was born in Franklin County, Ga., June 13, 1961, son of Mrs. Janie Taylor Patterson of Martin, Ga., and the late Robert L. Patterson. He was a production manager having worked with Dye Sheet Metal in Athens, GA. Mr. Patterson was a Boy Scout Leader for Troop 42 in Carnesville, Ga. Survivors, in addition to his mother, include wife, Susan Norris Patterson, Royston, Ga.; daughter Kayla Williams, Lavonia, Ga.; son, Justin Patterson, Royston, Ga.; grandchildren, Ethen Williams and Grace Poole; brother, Roger Patterson, Martin, Ga.; sisters, Debbie Culpepper and Susie Wilson, both of Toccoa, Ga., Janet Manley, Martin, Ga., Tammy Jones, Clarkesville, Ga. Funeral services for Mr. Patterson were at 2 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 18, 2010, at the Pruitt Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Wayne Marcus officiating. Burial will follow in the Rose Hill Cemetery in Royston, Ga. The body is at the Pruitt Funeral Home in Royston, GA where the family will receive friends from 6-8 p.m. Friday evening. The family is at the home. Online condolences may be made to the family by visiting www.pruittfhroyston.com. Pruitt Funeral Home in Royston, Ga., is in charge of arrangements. THEOLA M. ORYALL, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. Theola M. "Theo" Van Hemelryk, 84, Green Bay. Visitation 4-8 p.m. Wednesday at Blaney Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave., and 10-11 a.m. Thursday at St. Patrick Catholic Church, 211 N. Maple Ave. Parish wake service 7 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home. Memorial Mass 11 a.m. Thursday at the church. Survivors include two sons, Gary Van Hemelryk, Manitowoc, Robert (Judith) Van Hemelryk, Green Bay; two grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and two brothers, Orland (Betty) Oryall, Santa Maria, Calif, and Ron (Donna) Oryall, Howard. CAROL CULP FORTENBERRY, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at North Columbia Baptist Church for Carol Culp Fortenberry, 93, of Columbia, who died June 19, 2007, in Brandon.

Mrs. Fortenberry was a retired beautician and a member of North Columbia Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Warren Fortenberry. Survivors include a daughter, Sybil White of Brandon; two grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Visitation will be from 6-9 p.m. today at Colonial Funeral Home in Columbia. LOYCE HALLFORD PAYNE, 4th Cousin of James Patterson.

Thursday, December 30, 2010 11:25 AM EST Mrs. Loyce Hallford Payne, age 84, of Toccoa, died Sunday, Dec. 26, 2010, at home. Born Sept. 27, 1926, in Stephens County, she was a daughter of the late John and Cora Anderson Hallford, and was the widow of Dempsey Lee Payne. Mrs. Payne was a member of Mullins Ford Baptist Church and was formerly employed at Coats & Clark, and retired from the Main Street Cafe in Downtown Toccoa where she was a long-time waitress and cook. Survivors include a son and daughter-in-law, Robert and Wanda Payne of Toccoa; a daughter and son-in-law, Brenda and Ronnie Yearwood, of Toccoa; three grandchildren, Dale Payne, and his wife, Dawn, of Toccoa; Mandi Payne Allen, and her husband, Marty, of Atlanta, and Alisa Yearwood Williams, and her husband, Matt, of Buford; granddaughter-in-law, Missy D. Yearwood; great-grandchildren, Alea, Dillon, and Justin Yearwood, Caden and Peyton Williams, and Sydney and Taylor Payne; her sisters, Josephine H. Friar, of Powder Springs, Ga., Pauline Robinson and Pearline Yearwood, both of Toccoa; four sisters-in-law, Mae Bell Payne, Elizabeth Payne, Lois Payne, and Jewel P. Clark; and a number of nieces and nephews. In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by her brothers, Ross, William, Howard, Wallace, and Henry Hallford; a sister, Edith Hallford Yearwood; and a grandson, Alan T. Yearwood. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 28, 2010, at the chapel of Whitlock Mortuary with the Rev. Roger Whiten and the Rev. Vernon Dorminey officiating. Interment followed in Stephens Memorial Gardens. Serving as pallbearers were, William Hallford, Jack Hallford, Richard Hallford, Donald Friar, Freddie Robinson, Roger Sheppard, Dale Payne, and Johnnie Yearwood. Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Mrs. Payne at the American Heart Association, or to the Alan Yearwood Memorial Garden at Toccoa Falls College. On-line condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.whitlockmortuary.net. Whitlock Mortuary was in charge of the arrangements.

RALPH GEORGE PIKE, Husband of Alice Dorothy Grover, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. Source: Brattleboro Reformer Newspaper, Brattleboro, VT, published Monday, March 6, 1972 Brookline, VT Ralph George Pike, 68, a retired logger. died Saturday, March 4, 1972, at his home in Brookline. He was born in Whitingham, VT on April 17, 1903 to Forrest Pike and Eva Ware. He married the former Alice Grover on October 1, 1927 in Brattleboro, VT. Besides his widow, he leaves nine daughters, Mrs. Barbara Vose and Mrs. Betty Anne Butterfield of Dover, NH, Mrs. Helen Foster and Mrs. Marilyn Wilder of Winchester, NH, Mrs. Marguerite Carey and Mrs. Janice Morrill of Newfane, VT, Mrs. Evelyn Hoard of Brookine, VT, Mrs. Janet Seymore of Chicopee, MA, Mrs. Jean Smith of West Brattleboro, VT; a sister, Mrs. Arlene Rafuse of Wilmington, VT; two brothers, Merrill Pike of Wilmington, VT and Wesley Pike of Minneapolis, MN; forty grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Mr. Pike's son, Robert, died in 1964. Funeral services will be held at Kerr Funeral Home in Brattleboro, Tuesday at 2 p.m. The Rev. John F. Madden, of the First Baptist Church will officiate. Friends may call at the funeral home this evening from 7 to 9. Burial in the spring at the Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery, Brattleboro. MICHAEL RICHARD GABREE, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. Michael R. Gabree 1958 - 2009 GUILFORD Michael Richard Gabree, 51, died Thursday morning, June 18, at the Hazelhurst facility in Georgia after a long battle with emphysema. He had lived in Georgia for several years. Michael was born on April 21, 1958, to Carole Weatherhead Bascom, and the late Richard Gabree. Michael grew up in Guilford with his mother and stepfather, Irving Weatherhead. Besides his mother of Hinsdale, he leaves a son, Michael Gabree Jr. of Massachusetts; a son, Travis, and a daughter, Tara of New York; one brother, Brian Gabree of Jacksonville, Fla., and six sisters, Donna Jones of Vernon, Cheryl Cataldo of Marblehead, Mass., Susan Greene of Brattleboro, Lori Moore of Mayville, N.C., Debra Holway of Harrisville, N.H., and Dianna Lynch of Pittston, Maine. MEMORIAL NOTICE: A private memorial service will be held at a later date at the convenience of the family. Published in Brattleboro Reformer on 6/20/2009 ROBERT FRANKLIN PAYNE, Husband of Linda Pruitt, 1st cousin, 1 time removed of James Patterson.

Mr. Robert Franklin "Frankie" Payne, age 66, of Toccoa, died Friday, January 21, 2010 at home. He was born January 30, 1944 in Wilmington, NC and had lived most of his life in Toccoa. Frankie was a member of New Hope Baptist Church, the Faith Sunday School Class, Senior Saints and was a deacon. He was a beloved husband, father, and "Papoo." He is survived by his wife, Linda Pruitt Payne; mother, Polly Bailey Payne of Toccoa, a son Scott Payne of Toccoa; daughter and son-in-law, Lori and Brad Howard of Toccoa. "Papoo" was dearly loved by his grandchildren, Austin Payne of Toccoa, Crystal and Brandon Hunt of Cleveland, Tanner Howard, Cooper Howard and Mia Howard, all of Toccoa. His sisters and brother-in-law include Brenda and Kenneth Addison and Carol and Greg Bennett, all of Toccoa; brothers and sisters-inlaw, Johnny and Barbara Payne and Butch and Deborah Payne, all of Toccoa. He was preceded in death by his father, John Harold Payne and a son, Robert Keith Payne. Funeral services was held at three o'clock Monday, January 24, 2011, at New Hope Baptist Church with the Rev. David Sosebee and the Rev. Jewell Gaines officiating. Interment will be in the church cemetery. The following gentlemen will serve as pallbearers: Darryl Addison, Cory Addison, Chip Payne, Max Bennett, James Thomason, David Fricks, Matthew Payne, and Matt Thompson. The family will be at the home and will receive friends at the mortuary from 2-4 P.M., 6-8 P.M. on Sunday. A message of condolence may be sent to the family on-line at www.whitlockmortuary.net. Whitlock Mortuary is in charge of the arrangements.

JOHN HARVEY ARIAIL, JR., Son of John Harvey Ariail and Virginia Simpson of South Carolina.

John Harvey Ariail, Jr., a Northern Virginia attorney, businessman and real estate developer, philanthropist and avid outdoorsman, died Thursday, January 20 at age 68 at Inova Fairfax Hospital, due to heart failure. John Ariail was born in Greenville, S.C., in 1942, son of John H. and Virginia Simpson Ariail. He received a B.A. from Davidson College in North Carolina and graduated from the Law School of the University of Virginia, where he received his L.L.B. in 1967. Mr. Ariail served as a captain in the U.S. Army before being stationed with the CIA in Salzburg, Austria. Upon his return from Europe, he served as an Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney for Arlington County and joined the law firm of Smith, Harrison & Ramsey, which later became Mays & Valentine. Mr. Ariail was also a member of the Arlington County Bar Association and served as president of that organization. With law partner W. Forbes Ramsey, he created the Sport and Health Clubs group in 1973, establishing the Arlington Y Tennis & Squash Club as the first of 24 health facilities in the Washington metropolitan area. Mr. Ariail developed many family real estate ventures with B.M. Smith & Associates, Inc., including the ongoing development at the Penrose Square complex on Columbia Pike in Arlington. Mr. Ariail also was a visionary and co-owner of Restaurant Eve in Alexandria, Va. He was co-owner of the Alexandria Times. Mr. Ariail will be remembered as a loyal and generous supporter of diverse organizations. He was an active participant in the Episcopal Church in Virginia, having been a member of St. Paul's and Christ Church in Alexandria, and having served as a member of the Vestry and as Senior Warden of Pohick Church in Lorton. He also served as a missionary to Tororo, Uganda and as co-chair of the Diocese of Virginia's Fifth Century Fund. Mr. Ariail was a former member of the boards of St. Stephen's School in Alexandria, St. George's School in Newport, R.I., Davidson College, and a founding board member of Flint Hill School in Oakton, Va. During the 1970's he served on the Virginia State Water Control Board acting as Chairman for two years. He was also a founding board member of the Menokin Foundation in Richmond County, Va., and of the Lorton Arts Foundation, where he recently completed eight years as chairman. Mr. Ariail served several times as Chairman of the Goodwin House, Inc., retirement communities in Virginia. Most recently he was a leader in establishing Alexandria in Bloom, a non-profit organization dedicated to the beautification of Old Town Alexandria. He will also be remembered for his steadfast support of individuals in need. Mr. Ariail was a member of the Metropolitan Club of Washington, the Anglers' Club of New York, the Island Farm Duck Club in Warsaw, Va., and the Old Dominion Boat Club in Alexandria. Mr. Ariail is survived by his loving wife of 43 years, Leslie Smith Ariail of Alexandria; daughter Allison Erdle and son-inlaw Garrett W. Erdle of Alexandria, son John H. Ariail III and daughter-in-law Kimberly Ariail of Alexandria, son J. E. Shreve Ariail and daughter-in-law Anna Carrington Alvarez of Brooklyn, NY; and three precious grandchildren. He is also survived by two brothers, Robert M. Ariail of Greenville, S.C., and William F. Ariail of York, Pa. Mr. Ariail leaves behind many other loving and devoted family members and friends. John Ariail was larger than life; in death, he leaves a legacy of achievement, kindness and friendship that is remarkable for one man. A memorial service celebrating his life and friendships will be held on Thursday, January 27, at 2 p.m. at St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 228 South Pitt Street, Alexandria. Private interment of his ashes will take place Wednesday, January 26 at Pohick Church Memorial Garden in Lorton. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory at www.actforalexandria.org or www.alexandriainbloom.org or sent directly to Alexandria in Bloom, 110 S. Pitt Street, Suite 200, Alexandria, Va. 22314. AMELIA LOUISE DUBE ROBBINS, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial.

Amelia Louise Robbins, 70, a lifelong resident of Claremont, died Sept. 23, 2009, at her daughter's home on Oak Street. She was born in Brattleboro, Vt., Nov. 25, 1938, to John Gerald and Louise Pauline (Rupprecht) Dube. She was raised and educated in the Brattleboro, Vt., area and graduated from Brattleboro High School. She worked as a sales associate at K-Mart in Claremont for more than 10 years and later as a bank teller for the Connecticut River Bank. For the past six years she had resided in Hernando, Fla., and Newport. She was a member of the Hernando VFW, the Dart Club of Hernando, and Elks Club of Claremont. She enjoyed dancing, cooking and entertaining for family and friends, playing darts, cards, the penny slot machines, traveling, attending concerts, and gardening. Family members include two sons, Loren W. Robbins III of Windsor, Vt., and Mark P. Robbins of Charlestown; two daughters, Teresa L. Gallagher of Newport, and Tracey L. Engler of Bristol; and eight grandchildren; four greatgrandchildren. SERVICES: There will be no calling hours. A service will be Saturday at 2 p.m. at Newton-Bartlett Funeral Home, 42 Main St., Newport with the Rev. Richard St. Louis Jr. officiating. Interment will be private and at the convenience of the family at Locust Ridge Cemetery in Brattleboro, Vt. Memorial donations may be made to the oncology dept. of Mt. Ascutney Hospital, 289 County Road, Windsor, VT 05089 or to Connecticut Valley Home Care Hospice Program, 958 John Stark Highway, Newport 03773. Arrangements are under direction of Newton-Bartlett Funeral Home of Newport (www.newtonbartlett.com). REBECCA HOPPER GROVER, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Arial. Mrs. Rebecca Grover, 52, wife of Paul A. Grover of 116 North Bennington Road, died Sunday morning at Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital in Hanover, N.H. She was born in McKenzie, Texas, Oct. 19, 1920, daughter of Samuel and Zelma (Brawner) Hopper. Besides her husband, she leaves a son, Stephen of Bennington, and a daughter, Mrs. Paula Vachon of Syracuse, N.Y.; a halfbrother, Terry Hopper of Kalamazoo, Mich. Funeral services will be Wednesday afternoon at 2 at the Ker Funeral Home, Brattleboro, with the Rev. John Madden of the First Baptist Church of Brattleboro, officiating. Burial will be in Meetinghouse Hill Cemetery, Brattleboro. Visiting hours at the funeral home are Tuesday from 7 to 8 p.m. EILEEN MARIE ORYALL CARLSEN CAREY FONK, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Ariail. Eileen Marie Fonk, 84 a resident of Clairidge House, 1519 60th Street, died there Sunday (Feb. 25, 1996). The daughter of the late Frank and Ann (Loftus) Oryall, she was born in December 5, 1911 in Green Bay. She attended school in Monico and graduated from Rhinelander High School in 1929. On Feb. 6, 1931 she married Charles Carlsen in Rhinelander, WI. They lived in Antigo before moving to Kenosha in the late 1940's. He died July 31, 1955. On July 19, 1967, she married Albert Carey in Kenosha. He died Sept. 19, 1977. On June 10, 1978, she married Woodrow Fonk in Kenosha. He died Oct. 12, 1986. She was a well-known cook for several Kenosha restaurants, last working for Shady Lawn West Nursing House in September 1988. Surviving are a brother, John Oryall, Seaside, Calif; three sisters, Loretta Carroll, Seaside, Calif., Jean Smiles, Kenosha, and Hope Bricco, Klammath Falls, Ore.,; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Darlene Hansen; three brothers, Grant, Joe, and Donald Oryall; two sisters, a twin, Elaine, in childhood, and Lorraine Gillespie; and a granddaughter Charlene Dorff. Hansen Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. FONK-Funeral services for the late Eileen Marie Fonk, who passed away on Feb. 25th, will be at 10 AM on Wednesday, Feb. 28th, from the Hansen Funeral Home, interment will follow in Green Ridge Cemetery. Friend may call at the Hansen Funeral Home from 5:00 until 7:00 PM on Tuesday, Hansen Funeral Home is serving Mrs. Fonk's family.

ANNA LORETTA LOFTUS ORYALL, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Ariail RESIDENT OF MONICO DIES Funeral Services for Mrs. Frank Oryall to Be Held Tuesday. Mrs. Anna Oryall, well known resident of Monico, passed away Saturday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock in St. Mary's hospital here, a victim of peritonitis. The body was removed to Hijdebrand's undertaking parlors and yesterday taken to Monico.Funeral services will be held on Tuesday morning from St. James Catholic church at Monico, with burial in the Monico cemetery. Mrs. Oryall was 41 years old on Aug. 9. She was married 20 years ago in Green Bay to Frank Oryall, now an Oneida county road patrol man at Monico, where the Oryalls have lived for the past 15 years. She leaves her husband, seven children, three brothers and one sister. Two children preceded the mother in death. The youngest child is a boy three weeks old, while the oldest is a girl, Eileen, who attended Rhinelander high school last year. The brothers are William and John Loftus of Chicago and Edward Loftus of St. Paul, while the sister is Mrs. Sahorick of Chicago.

JOSEPH FRANCIS ORYALL, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Ariail. The first death caused by influenza occurred Sunday in District No. 2 at the F. Oryall home: Little Joe Oryall the only son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Oryall was called by death at his home, 12 o'clock Sunday. He was only six years old, and it was his first year at school. His schoolmates classed him as one of their dear friends. Joe was a quiet and peaceful child and every one was sure to win his friendship. He was buried December 24 at Monico. Owing to the entire family being very ill with the same disease, only friends were present at the time of burial. Those left to mourn his loss are his two parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oryall and two sisters. We wish to extend our heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved relatives at the loss of one so dear. HAROLD JENS AUGARD, Canadian Family Line, Descendants of Michel Ariail. Sudden Illness Claims Harold J. Augard, 47 Harold J. Augard, 47, 920 52nd. Street, died at his home Friday noon following a sudden illness. He was born in Galesburg, Illinois on October 14, 1912, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Augard. As a child, removed to Northbrook, Illinois, and received his education in schools there. On April 28, 1943, he married Miss Jean Oryall. He was a veteran of World War II, and entered the Navy in March 1943, and separated from the service in October, 1945. In 1958 he came to Kenosha, and had made his home here since that time. He was employed as a foreman with the Asplundh Tree Expert Company. Survivors are his wife; two sons, Peter, with the Navy in New York City, and Thomas, Cherokee, Iowa; and two daughters, Miss Georgia Ann and Miss Virginia Lee, both of Kenosha. He is also survived by one sister, Mrs. Betty Schnordt, Half Day, Illinois. He was preceded in death by one daughter, Geraldine, in 1944 and by one sister, Miss Lea Augard. FRANKIE OWEN ARIAIL, Wife of R.L. Ariail. LITTLE MOUNTAIN - Funeral service for Mrs. Frankie Owen Ariail, 90, will be held at 3:00 p.m. Sunday, February 20, 2011, at Dutch Fork Baptist Church. Mrs. Ariail will be placed in the church at 2:00 p.m. with visitation. Caughman-Harman Funeral Home, Irmo/St. Andrews Chapel, is assisting the family with the arrangements. Mrs. Ariail was born January 10, 1921, and passed away on Thursday, February 17, 2011. She was a daughter of the late Ross S. Owen Sr. and Loudora Jones Owen. Mrs. Ariail was a member of Dutch Fork Baptist Church. Mrs. Ariail is survived by her husband, R.L. "Hank" Ariail of Little Mountain; daughter, Andrea (Barry) Craig of Irmo; sons, Mike (Carole) Ariail of West Columbia, and Keith (Kim) Ariail of Little Mountain; grandchildren, Gina (Danny) Rogers of Rock Hill, Geoffrey Gillian of Columbia, Ashelyn Ariail of Little Mountain; three brothers and two sisters. She was predeceased by her first husband, George McCollum; daughter, Debbie M. Gillian; son, James S. McCollum; parents, and three brothers. www.caughmanharmanfuneralhome.net MARGARET E. CASSIDY ARIAL, Wife of Walter Edward Arial, Descendants of Michel Ariail. Margaret E. Cassidy Ariel of Brighton, Mass., died April 19 at Brighton. She was the widow of Walter E. Ariel. Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Clara G. Albert of Houlton, Mrs. Ethel K. Griffin of Portland and Mrs. Annie Murphy of Virginia; a brother, Lewis Cassidy of Alexandria, Va., and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were conducted Saturday from the McNamara Funeral Home in Brighton. Blessing was in the St. Ignatius Church in Chestnut Hill. Interment will be in the Evergreen Cemetery. MARY JO HALLFORD Mary Jo Hallford, 71, of Oxford, went to be with her Lord April 9, 2011, at Abbey Hospice in Social Circle, from complications from lung cancer. She was the daughter of the late Rev. Austin Madison and Rena Kate (Mason) Alexander. Mary Jo was a member of The Baptist Tabernacle. After retiring from Sweetheart Plastics, she enjoyed gardening, traveling, scrapbooking, playing cards, and family get-togethers. She will be remembered as a devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, and a friend to many. She is survived by her husband of 52 years, Amos Carl Hallford, formerly of Toccoa, Ga., he was the son of the late George and Arlie Hallford; sons, Ricky Hallford and Danny Callahan, Raymond Hallford, Randy and Tonya Hallford; daughters, Cheryl and Lamar Knight, Michele and Albert Morvik; nine grandchildren, Tera and Carl Mesta, Adam Womack, Hannah Parker, Sarah Parker, Lenton Parker, Alex Morvik, Madison Morvik, Andrew Hallford, Caroline Hallford; three greatgrandchildren, Keith Womack, Josie Mesta, Justin Mesta; brother, Austin Madison Alexander Jr.; sisters, Betty Yearwood and Linda Gunn; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral Services for Mary Jo were held at 2 p.m., Wednesday, April 13, 2011, at The Baptist Tabernacle, 10119 Access Road, Covington, Ga., 30014, with Dr. David C. Moody and the Rev. Herman Goddard, officiating, and interment following in Lawnwood Memorial Park, Covington. Announcement courtesy of the Acree-Davis Funeral Home. CAROL MULKEY HALLFORD, Wife of Rhuel Hallford, 4th cousin of James Patterson.

Thursday, April 21, 2011 11:27 AM EDT Mrs. Carol Mulkey Hallford, age 76, of Toccoa, Ga., passed away Sunday, April 17, 2011, at Heritage Healthcare of Toccoa. A daughter of the late Lois Collins Mulkey Williams and stepfather, George "Shady" Williams and father, Bud Mulkey, she was born March 1, 1935, in Stephens County, Ga. She was employed with WABCO for 18 years and Gilbert and Bennett for 14 years. She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church. After retirement, Carol enjoyed gardening, reading and playing with her grandchildren. She was at her happiest when spending time with her Australian Blue Heeler, "Aussie". She was well known for her sarcastic wit, unique sense of humor and her incomparable work effort and dedication to her family. She was preceded in death by her husband, Rhuel Hallford. Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Lanny and Jeannie Hallford; daughter, Keela Damiano; grandchildren, Jake Damiano, Michael McKinney and wife, Crystal, Chris McKinney and wife, Amanda and Brian Mckinney; greatgrandchildren, Rylan McKinney, Bella McKinney and Jack Maus all of Woodstock, Ga.; sisters-in-law, Lucille Payne of Toccoa, Ga., Betty Cobb of Lawrenceville, Ga., Ethel Vaughn and her husband, Ben of Athens, Ga., and a number of nieces and nephews. There will be no public memorial service pursuant to Mrs. Hallford's wishes. In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to United Hospice of Gainesville, Ga. Acree-Davis Funeral Home in charge of arrangements for Mrs. Carol Mulkey Hallford. The family would like to thank friends, family and neighbors who sent cards, visits and provided meals during Mrs. Hallford's sickness. Online condolences can be made by visiting the website at www.acree-davisfh.com. BELA B. KIMBALL, Lorraine Anne Kimball Patterson Family Line. Death of Well Known Milo Resident. Bela B. Kimball, deputy sheriff and well known throughout this section died at his home this afternoon after an illness of a few hours, from an attack of heart trouble. He was 66 years old. He had served as deputy sheriff under several different sheriffs and was also well known as a veterinary. Surviving are three brothers and four sisters: George E. of Hermon, Henry of Camden, Warren J. of Monmouth, Mrs. John Dearborn of Bangor, Mrs. E. F. Hayes, Mrs. H.C. Dunton, Mrs. Samuel Warren and Mrs. J. B. Derry. He was a member of Dirigo lodge I.O.O.F. and Piscataquis lodge F. & A.M. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m., Sunday. DEMPSEY H. KIMBALL GOODELL, Lorraine Anne Kimball Patterson Family Line. Funeral services for Mrs. Dempsey H. Goodell were held at the Kelleher funeral home Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev. Crabtree officiating. Interment was in the family lot in Hillside cemetery, Etna, with committal services by the Rev. Crabtree. The bearers were: Marian Kimball, Floyd Goodell, Joseph Inman, Earl Eames, Lloyd Hart and Byron Kimball. Note: The family lot is in Highland Cemetery, Carmel, Maine. Lot number 28. It is believed that there is a mistake in both the town office records and in the funeral home obit posting. HARRY E. GOODELL, Husband of Dempsey Kimball Bangor Daily News, Oct 3, 1930. Goodale, in Bangor, Oct 2, Harry E. Goodale, aged 60 yrs, 7 mos, 14 days. Funeral 1 p.m. Saturday at 96 Palm Street. The death of Harry E. Goodale occurred Thursday at his home, 96 Palm street after a long illness at the age of 60 years and seven months. He was born in Bangor and had lived here all his life, well-liked by many friends. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Dempsey Goodale, a son and two daughters---Floyd W. of Woolwich, Miss ...... and Mrs. Bernice Inman of Bangor. There are seven grandchildren. The funeral will be at the residence on Saturday at 1 p.m. Note: Dempsey married Harry on Oct 10, 1893 in Etna, Maine. It was his 2 nd marriage and first marriage for Dempsey. The father of Harry is James Goodell and the mother is Sarah Prescott. We note that Marion Kimball is not listed as a son in this obit. Also, only 3 of the six children are listed which probably indicates that three predeceased Harry and Dempsey. JOHN W. KIMBALL, Relative of Lorraine Anne Kimball Patterson. John W. Kimball died today at his home on Swan Lake avenue. He was born Oct. 19, 1868 in Swanville, the son of Daniel J. and Harriet Herrick Kimball but had lived in this community for about 50 years. He was unmarried and is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Walter Bearce, Mrs. Gay Holmes and Mrs. Paul Hubbard of Belfast, besides several nieces and nephews. He was a bookkeeper by profession. Funeral services will be held Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at his home, the Rev. W. S. Stackhouse of the Baptist church officiating. Interment will be in the Smart Cemetery, Swanville.

MARION L. KIMBALL, JR., Grandson of Dempsey Kimball. Marion L. Kimball Jr., 59, died Jan. 26, 1981. He was born in Winterport Aug. 31, 1921, son of Marion L. and Lena (Norton) Kimball, Sr. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are three sisters, Mrs. Donald (Nesta) I. Ross, Newburgh; Mrs. William (Rhoda) Woodbury, Belfast; Mrs. Charles (Rita) Clair, Bucksport, a brother, Melvin Kimball, Ohio. Funeral services will be held 2 p.m. Thursday at Harvey's Funeral Home, Carmel, the Rev. Robert Henderson, officiating. Friends may call Wednesday 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home. Note: Rev. Robert Henderson was pastor of Levant Village Baptist Church, where James Patterson attended prior to his meeting Lorraine Kimball in 1980. WILLIAM C.STICKNEY, Husband of Harriet Kimball. William Stickney, 82, died Thursday at a Bangor hospital after a long illness. He was born in New Brunswick, July 27, 1882, the son of Benjamin and Ruth (Burden) Stickney. He had been a resident of Brownville about 50 years and was employed as a yardman by the Canadian Pacific Railway. He was a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Yardmen. Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 1 p.m. at the Lary Funeral Home in Milo with the Rev. Milton Smith, Pastor of the Brownville Junction Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be later in the spring in the Pine Tree Cemetery in Brownville Junction. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. HARRIET KIMBALL STICKNEY, Daughter of Peter Kimball and Mary Jane Evans. Mrs. Harriet Stickney Brownville Jct., Oct. 28---Mrs. Harriet Stickney, 81, died in a Milo convalescent home Friday after a long illness. She was born in Carmel, daughter of Peter and Mary (Evans) Kimball. She is survived by her husband, William of Brownville Junction and a son Vaughn of Alliston, Mass., several nieces and nephews. She is a past president of the Daughters of the United Veterans of the Civil War, and a member of the ladies' auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, Primrose lodge No. 316. Funeral services will be conducted at the Lary funeral home Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock by the Rev. Richard Davis. Burial will be in the Pine Tree Cemetery in Brownville Junction. Friends may call at the Lary Funeral Home, from 2 to 4 o'clock and 7 to 9 o'clock. MARION L. KIMBALL, Son of Dempsey H. Kimball Goodell. Marion L. Kimball, 73, died Friday at Togus after a long illness. He was born November 27, 1891 at Carmel and was a life-long resident of Newburgh. He was a veteran of World War I and served in the 62 nd Company of the 153rd Depot Brigade. He was employed most of his life in construction work. He was a member of the American Legion in Carmel. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Nesta Ross, Newburgh, and Mrs. Rhoda Woodbury, Belfast; two sons, Marion Jr., New York, and Melvin Kimball, Newark, Ohio; a brother, Floyd Goodale, Bath; two sisters, Mrs. Edith Eames, Carmel, and Mrs. Bernice Inman, Bath; 11 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The remains are at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Ross, in Newburgh, where friends may call after 1 p.m. today. Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Newburgh Center Church. Arrangements are being made by the Harvey Funeral Home in Carmel. CHARLES F. FOLLETT, 2nd Husband of Agnes G. Ariail, Canadian Family Line of Michel Ariail. Charles F. Follett died Tuesday afternoon at his home 20 Moulton Street. His age was 75 years. He was a native of Meredith and came here from Ashland, 27 years ago. He was a sawyer by trade. He leaves a widow and one son, George F. Follett, of Laconia, a daughter who resides in Center Harbor, also a step-daughter. The funeral services will be held from the Munsey Funeral Home this Friday afternoon at two o'clock. FRED J. RICKERT, 1st Husband of Agnes G. Ariail, Canadian Family Line of Michel Ariail. Fred J. Rickert, past senior vice commander of General Edmund Tetley camp, Spanish War Veterans, died Saturday night at his home on River street. He served in the Spanish-American war with the First Vermont Regiment. Mr. Rickert leaves a wife and two brothers. The funeral was held Monday afternoon from the First Christian church. The members of Gen. Edmund Tetley camp, United Spanish War Veterans, attended the services in a body, and performed their impressive burial service. Rev. E. R. Caswell, pastor of the church, was the officiating clergyman. The musical selections were given by Mrs. Alice Whitehead. Members of the Tetley camp acted as bearers. The procession from the church to Union cemetery was under the escort of the General Tetley camp. At the cemetery a salute was fired and taps sounded.

ELSIE IRENE KIMBALL, Descended from Peter Kimball and Mary Jane Evans.

NEWBURGH - Elsie Irene (Kimball) Brough went home to be with her Lord, April 29, 2008. She was born Nov. 26, 1914, in Newburgh, to Guy H. Kimball and Elmyra (Dunton) Kimball. Elsie graduated from Hampden Academy and Gilman Business College. While working in the University of Maine treasurer's office in Orono, she set up the bookkeeping system, which was used until the advent of computers. Elsie spent the better part of her life helping others. She and her late husband, the Rev. A. Allan Brough, who pastored churches in West Hampden, Hermon, Richmond, Dexter and Fairfield, were the co-founders of Hospital Chaplaincy Service, Inc. HCS is an organization that has been providing comfort and cheer to long-term care residents since 1960. Today, HCS serves nearly 200 facilities, representing 15,500 elderly, ill and confined residents. Together Elsie and Allan traveled the width and breadth of the state, speaking before church congregations and local organizations on behalf of HCS. They were well known by people all across the state and were recognized by the Maine State Legislature for their work benefiting the elderly. Elsie trained as an occupational therapist in order to gain better understanding of the needs of those she was serving. She was the driving force that motivated some 4,500 HCS volunteers across the state. Most of the comfort and therapeutic items still produced and provided through HCS were designed as a direct result of her insights. Although Elsie never officially retired, she stopped going into the office at age 85. Elsie was predeceased by a brother, Orrin D. Kimball; and two sisters, Zephia (Kimball) Dunton and Florence Kimball. She is survived by two daughters, Hannah E. (Brough) Paiva and her husband, David E. Paiva, of Mapleton, and Martha L. (Brough) Bankston and her husband, Burton C. Bankston, of Newburgh; two granddaughters, Allison H. Bankston of Brewer and Stacey L. (Paiva) Kantrowitz of Newburgh, N.Y., and her son, Elsie's great-grandson, Timothy Paul Peach; a niece, Jane E. Kimball; and a nephew, Amos W. Kimball, both of Newburgh. The family expresses its appreciation to the staff of Stillwater Health-care, Bangor, where Elsie resided for more than two years. They especially thank the director of activities, Jennifer Collins for her kind and loving attention. A private memorial service will be held. Donations in Elsie's memory may be made to Hospital Chaplaincy Service, Inc., 2912 Western Ave., Newburgh, ME 04444. Expressions of condolence may be posted at [email protected]

Published in Bangor Daily News on May 1, 2008

Dr. Charles E. Kimball Jr.

CARMEL - Dr. Charles E. Kimball, D.M.D., 92, passed away Oct. 16, 2009, at a Bangor health care facility. He was born March 24, 1917, the son of Elizabeth Brown Kimball and Charles E. Kimball of DoverFoxcroft. Charles graduated from Foxcroft Academy in 1935 and then completed a four-year program at the University of Maine in two years, graduating in 1937. He then attended Harvard Dental School graduating with honors in 1941. In 1941 he opened his dental practice at 27 State St., Bangor, but on Pearl Harbor Day he joined the Army Air Corps and served his country during World War II. After the war he returned to his practice, which he continued until his retirement in 1987. Charles married Ruth Greene of Sangerville in 1942 and they resided in the Bangor area. For many years he and his family also spent summers on Sebec Lake in the cottages that he and his father built in the early 1930s. Throughout his life he was an avid fisherman and hunter, and loved nothing more than to sit in the screened in porch of his hunting and fishing camp at Caucomgomoc Lake in the evenings after his days activities in the north Maine woods. On colder days the large fieldstone fireplace became his favorite place to tell old stories of all the happenings in his life fishing and hunting in the area. After retirement Charles and Ruth found a second home in the winter months in Lake Alfred, Fla., at Cypress Greens. Both at his home in Florida and at his home in Carmel, he developed many warm and endearing friendships that became nothing short of an extended family. He was predeceased by his beloved wife of 53 years, Ruth in 1995. He was also predeceased by his sister, Mary Kimball; and his brother, Frederick. Charles is survived by his four children, Claire Seeley and husband, Lindsey, of Orrington, Charlie Kimball and wife, Pat, of Hermon, Catherine Crabtree and husband, Russell, of Guilford and Curtis Kimball and wife, Denise, of Hermon; 10 grandchildren, whom he dearly loved, Brent, Scott, Bryan and Dana Seeley, Charles Kimball and Melanie Seymour, Jeremy Moody and Sarah Willey, and Denise and Michelle Kimball; plus 13 great-grandchildren. A service of remembrance will be held 1 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 25, at Brookings-Smith, 133 Center St., Bangor, with the Rev. Robert T. Carlson officiating. The family invites relatives and friends to share conversation and refreshments after the service at Brookings-Smith Family Center, 163 Center St., Bangor. Those who wish to remember Charles in a special way may make gifts to the American Heart Association , Maine Affiliate, 51 U.S. Route 1, Suite M, Scarborough, ME 04074. HOMER E. KIMBALL, JR., 2nd Cousin of Lorraine Anne Kimball Patterson HOMER 'BAR' E. KIMBALL JR. BREWER - Homer "Bar" E. Kimball Jr., 84, died Wednesday, March 19, 2008, at a Bangor health care facility. He was born March 9, 1924, in Bangor, the son of Homer E. Sr. and

Roxanna (Bunker) Kimball. Homer, after graduating from Bangor High School, enlisted in the U.S. Army and was a veteran of the Battle of the Bulge. He will always be remembered as a likable gentleman with a never-ending passion for baseball and the Boston Red Sox. He is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Mary Carolyn (Mann) Kimball; son, Eugene Kimball of Ellsworth; daughters, Karen and her husband, Barry Burnell, of Ellsworth, Cheryl and her husband, David Keith, of Farmington and Peggy Smith of Veazie; sister, Louine Olson of Glastonbury, Conn.; grandchildren, Mike, Todd, Jessica, Lindsey, Erin, Brandi, Brynn, Cassina, Benjamin and Austin; eight greatgrandchildren; and sisters-in-law, Cherry Cassidy and Margueite Dutil. He was predeceased by his parents, Homer E. Sr. and Roxanna (Bunker) Kimball. A memorial reception will be held 1-4 p.m. Saturday, April 5, at Brookings-Smith Family Center, 163 Center St., Bangor. Those wishing to remember Homer, may make a donation to Bangor West Side Little League, P.O. Box 2274, Bangor, ME 04402.

Published in Bangor Daily News on March 22, 2008

BERNICE M. GOODELL INMAN, Daughter of Dempsey Kimball. Bangor---Bernice Inman, 67, died Oct. 11 at a local hospital. She was born here Sept. 2, 1909, the daughter of Harry and Dempsey (Kimball) Inman. She attended Bangor schools and worked in many hospitals throughout New England and locally until she retired. She was the widow of Joseph D. Inman. She is survived by a daughter Mrs. Joyce M. (Inman) King of Bath; three sons, Warren of Bridgeport, Conn, Harry and Joseph, both of Bath, two sisters, Mrs. Edith E. Eames and Catherine Goodell, both of Bangor; 14 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the Kelleher Funeral Home, 119 Cedar St. all day Tuesday. Funeral services will be held at the funeral home Wednesday at 2 p.m., the Rev. Al Sedgewick of the Calvary Baptist Church, 61 State St., Brewer, officiating. Interment will be in Highland Cemetery, Carmel. ROGER CONRAD CAUDELL, Grandson of Dora Letitia Ariail. Mr. Roger Conrad Caudell, age 87, of 64 Prather Bridge Road, Toccoa, Ga., passed away, Friday, Aug. 12, 2011, at the Clary Care Center in Toccoa. The son of Winfield Caudell and Grace Coffee Caudell, he was born Dec. 1, 1923, in Banks County, Georgia. His early schooling was at Banks County Primary School and the Tallulah Falls School. He graduated in 1940 from Toccoa High School and attended Young Harris College and The Georgia Institute of Technology. In 1941 he was called to active duty in the United States Air Force where he was a sergeant. He was a flight engineer assigned to the 9th Bomb Group, 5th Squadron, in the 20th Air Force. The 9th Bomb Group was called the B-29 super fortress unit. He flew nine missions from 1941-1945, most of the missions were over Japan. After World War II, he returned to Toccoa and opened Caudell Hardware and Farm Supplies which he owned and operated for 39 years. After he sold the hardware store he worked with his son at Caudell Realty. He was an avid gardener and loved to take care of his cattle. He especially loved his three grandchildren. Mr. Caudell was a member of First Baptist Church of Toccoa where he served as a Deacon for more than 50 years and was an active member of the Agoga Bible Class. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge 309 for 60 years and was a Shriner. He also served on the Stephens County Department of Family and Children Services board for 15 years. In March 2005, a portion of Georgia Highway 123 was designated as the Roger Caudell Highway because of his years of public service. He was preceded in death by his wife of 65 years, Faye Ragsdale Caudell; his son, Roger Elliott Caudell; and two brothers, Ralph Caudell and Bruce Caudell. Survivors are his daughter-in-law, Reba Caudell of Toccoa; a granddaughter Laura Caudell Walters and her husband, Christian Walters of Little Rock, Ark.; grandsons Stephen Caudell of Toccoa and Wes Caudell and his wife, Jordan Caudell of Birmingham, Ala.; a great grandson, Price Caudell; a great-granddaughter, Elliott Carroll Walters; a brother, Charles "Travis" Caudell of Roswell, Ga.; two sisters-in-law, Sara Mize of Augusta, Ga., and Lou Ragsdale of Toccoa; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Sunday, Aug.14, at 4 p.m., at First Baptist Church, Toccoa with the Rev. Dr. Henry Fields and the Rev. David Ritcey officiating. The following served as pallbearers, George Camp, Bob Caudell, David Caudell, Johnny Caudell, Russell Caudell, Charles Dickerson, Dale Mize, Eddie Ragsdale and Bill Ragsdale. The Agoga Sunday School Class served as honorary escort. Memorials may be made in his memory to First Baptist Church Benevolent Fund, 475 E. Tugalo St., Toccoa, GA 30577 or the Currahee Military Museum , 160 N. Alexander Street, Toccoa, GA 30577 Interment followed in Toccoa City Cemetery with full Military Honors provided by V.F.W. Post 4336. Acree-Davis Funeral Home was in charge of the arrangements for Mr. Roger Conrad Caudell. Online condolences can be made by visiting the website at www.acree-davisfh.com.

BETTY IMOGENE ARIAIL LYLES, Daughter of Vincent Dallas Ariail. Asheville - Betty Imogene Ariail Lyles, 83, of Asheville, died on Friday, November 26, 2010, at Mountain Ridge Wellness Center. Born in Athens, GA, Mrs. Lyles was a daughter of the late Dallas and Minnie Tanner Ariail. She was also preceded in death by her daughter, Sandra Jo Lyles, two sisters, and one brother. Mrs. Lyles had retired from Postal Accounts, and had also worked as an office manager for Dr. Cecil Pless. She loved gardening, flowers, and most of all, her family. She is survived by her husband of 62 years, James Lyles; daughter, Yvette Ballard and husband, Mike, of Black Mountain; and sisters, Velma Holcombe, of Candler, and Peggy Bridges, of Shelby. A graveside service will be at 2 p.m. on Tuesday at Green Hills Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, ATTN: Tribute Gifts, Church Street Station, P.O. Box, 780, New York, NY 10008-0780. Mrs. Lyles' family would like to thank the staff of the Mountain Ridge Wellness Center and her in-home caregivers for the care and compassion they showed to Mrs. Lyles. Groce Funeral Home on Patton Ave. is assisting the family with arrangements. The on-line register is available at www.grocefuneralhome.com. ROY MICHEL GAUTHIER, Husband of Deborah Sue Ariail. Cowpens, SC - - Roy Michel Gauthier, 57, of 978 Love Springs Road, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, October 13, 2011. Born in Gaffney, he was the husband of Debbie Ariail Gauthier and the son of Bess Blanton Gauthier of Gaffney and the late Mark Gerard Gauthier. He was a graduate of Gaffney High School and University of South Carolina Spartanburg, which he named The Rifles. He was a self-employed salesman and founded an international company which sold diamond tools. He was a mason, loved music, singing, people, animals and old T.V. shows. He was an avid Gamecock fan, enjoyed making people laugh and was always optimistic. Mr. Gauthier was a member of First Baptist Church. In addition to his wife, also surviving are two daughters, Jocelyn Michel Gauthier of Greenville and Emily Katherine Gauthier of Charleston; two brothers, Mark Gerard Gauthier Jr. and wife, Elaine of Spartanburg and Billy Gauthier and wife, Linda of Simpsonville; a sister, Elizabeth (Betsy) Gauthier Humphries and husband, Keefer of Gaffney; and numerous nieces and nephews. The family will receive friends from 1:00 until 2:00 PM on Monday, October 17, 2011 at Blakely Funeral Home. Funeral services will immediately follow at 2:00 PM in the Blakely Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Joel Sellers and Rev. Sidney Norton officiating. Interment will be in Oakland Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Cherokee County Children's Home, P.O. Box 1896, Gaffney, SC, 29342 or Cherokee County Humane Society, P.O. Box 2223, Gaffney, SC, 29342. The family will be at the home of Bess Gauthier, 110 Sunset Drive. An online guest register is available at www.blakelyfuneralhome.com. Blakely Funeral Home & Crematory, Gaffney, SC ROSE ANNETTE ARIAIL RADFORD ELSKES, Daughter of Joseph Albert Ariail, Sr. Augusta, GA---Mrs. Annette Ariail Elskes, 88, entered into rest on Thursday, December 30, 2010 at Stevens Park Health and Rehabilitation Center. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 am on Tuesday, January 4, 2011, in the Platt's Crawford Avenue Chapel with Reverend Kevin Steele officiating. Graveside services will follow at 3:00 pm at the Sunrise Cemetery, in Maysville, GA. Mrs. Elskes was born on January 9, 1922, in Maysville, GA. She graduated from Maysville High School and the Toccoa Falls Institute. Mrs. Elskes had lived most of her life in Augusta, was retired from Anesthesia Associates of Augusta and was an active member of National Hills Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ariail, Sr., brothers, J. A. Ariail, Jr. and Henry Lester Ariail and sisters, Annie Blanche Ariail, Thelma Ellison and Marcelle Haines. Survivors include her husband, Monroe Earl Elskes of Sugarland, TX, twin sister, Jeannette Ariail Fleming of Decatur, GA, one son, Joe T. Radford of Newnan, GA, one daughter, JoAnne Radford Sampson of Newnan, GA, six grandchildren, Stacey Flinn Schwartz, Kelley Flinn DeMuth, Julie Radford Smothers, Ashley Radford McCarley, Joseph Charles Radford and Christopher Radford and five great grandchildren. The family will receive friends on Monday, January 3, 2011, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm, at Platt's Crawford Avenue. For those desiring, memorials may be made to National Hills Baptist Church, 2725 Washington Road, Augusta, GA 30909. PEARL PAULINE ARIAIL VANN FRANKE, Daughter of William Harrison Ariail. Mrs. Pauline Ariail Franke, a resident of Dothan, went home to be with her Lord and Savior on Friday, September 12, 2008 after an extended illness. She was 88. A graveside service for Mrs. Franke were held at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 14, 2008 at Memory Hill Cemetery in Dothan with the Pastor Bobbie Marks officiating and Robert Byrd directing. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Wiregrass Hospice, 2740 Old Headland Ave. Dothan, AL, 36303 or Mount Zion United Methodist Church, 2616 Lee Road 243, Smiths Station, AL, 36877. Mrs. Franke was born in Columbus, GA on July 7, 1920, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William H. Ariail. She spent most of her life in Columbus where she was the vice-president and comptroller of Trust Company of Columbus Bank

until her retirement in 1984. Mrs. Franke moved to Dothan to be close to her family in 1999. During her time here she made Cornerstone Church her home church. Mrs. Franke is preceded in death by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H Ariail; a brother, James R Ariail; a sister, Ruby Ariail McKoon; and a granddaughter, Hollice Vann Remick. Mrs. Franke is survived by a son, Kenneth Vann and his wife, Sally, of Smiths Station, AL; daughters, Elaine Gilbert and her husband, Billy, of Dothan and Susan Crenshaw and her husband, Lonnie, of King, NC; seven grandchildren, Vanessa Marshall, Brent Gilbert, Scott Vann, Leslie Lazrovitch, Matthew Crenshaw, Rebekah Crenshaw and Carolyn Crenshaw; seven great grandchildren; sisters, Natalie Bush of Plantation, FL and Rosemary Dixon and her husband, Rev. Rudolph Dixon, of Harlem, GA; several nieces and nephews. The family wishes to thank James and Jean Parker for going above and beyond in their love and care extended to our mother. The family also wishes to thank wiregrass Hospice for all the loving care they gave to Mrs. Franke. Robert Byrd of Sunset Funeral Home (334) 9836604 (334) 983-6604 , is in charge of arrangements. For more information please visit www.SunsetMemorialPark.com. LETTIE MITICIA DUNCAN ARIAIL, Wife of James Leland Ariail. Mrs. L. M. Ariail, of near Nails Creek, the mother of Joe, John and Omer Ariail, of this city, and eight other children, all of whom are living, passed quietly away at her home on Monday last. She had suffered from motor paralysis for the past two months and the end was not altogether unexpected by her dear ones. The funeral was held on Tuesday at Nails Creek Baptist Church and was very largely attended. The Jackson Herald, August 3, 1922 WILLIAM HENRY THOMAS GILLESPIE, Husband of Mary Climelia Ariail. Mr. W. H. T. Gillespie, one of Maysville's most prominent, influential and much beloved citizens, passed away at his home here Wednesday morning about 6:00. Mr. Gillespie was 62 years old and had been in failing health for the past three years, suffering from heart trouble and spinal affliction. The funeral services were held Thursday morning at 11:00 and interment was made at Nails Creek Church, of which he was a consistent member for a number of years, Rev. J. J. Kimsey officiating. He is survived by his wife, one son, Mr. John M. Gillespie, of Cornelia; three daughters, Mrs. R. P. Bellamy, Mrs. R. H. Parks, of Banks County, and Mrs. Grady W. Rogers of Atlanta. The Jackson Herald, August 30, 1923 DARLENE LOLITA TOMLIN ARIAIL, Wife of William Thomas Ariail, Jr. Passed Away: 08/13/2007 Mrs. Darlene Tomlin Ariail, age 44 of Clermont, passed away on Sunday, August 12, 2007 at her residence following a sudden illness. Born in Habersham County, Georgia on August 10, 1963, she was the daughter of Mrs. Rosie Jean Tomlin Dyer of Cleveland and the late Dewey Tomlin. Mrs. Ariail was a homemaker and a member of the New Bridge Baptist Church in Cleveland. She was preceded in death by a sister, Janie Hall. Survivors in addition to her mother include, husband, Billy Ariail, Clermont; sister and brother-in-law, Ann and Ronnie Johnson, brothers and sister-in-laws, David and Cindy Tomlin, Dale and Marsha Tomlin, all of Cleveland; aunt, Lois Tomlin, uncle and aunt, Donald and Reba Alexander, all of Cleveland; uncles, Billy Alexander, Clermont; Gene Glaze, Cleveland; nieces, Nickie Hall, nephews, Robby Johnson, Dusty Johnson, Shawn Tomlin, A.J. Tomlin, Cody Tomlin, Gwen Cantrell, all of Cleveland; niece, Nicole Birk, honorary grandchildren, Bailey Young, Kali Young, great-nieces, Carlee Johnson, Kassidy Johnson, Lexi Tomlin, Allie Tomlin, Jessica Johnson, great-great niece and nephew, Emma Johns, and Riley Johns, all of Cleveland. Funeral services are scheduled for 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 15, 2007 at New Bridge Baptist Church. The Rev. Chris Alexander and the Rev. Phillip Robinson will officiate. Interment will follow in the Church Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home from 7-9 p.m. on Tuesday. Those wishing to express online condolences to the family may do so by visiting www.barrettfh.com Barrett Funeral Home of Cleveland is in charge of arrangements. (706) 865-3101 (706) 865-3101 Funeral Information KEITH ANDREW NOE, Son of Terry Ann Ariail. Westminster ­ Keith Andrew Noe, 27, of 4267 South Hwy 11, passed away Saturday, October 29, 2011. A native of Oconee County, he was the son of Vincent Andrew Noe of Seneca, and Terry Ann Ariail Ward and companion Hank Colon of Westminster. Mr. Noe was an active volunteer with the Salvation Army, the Red Cross, and the Golden Corner Food Pantry along with being a Blood Donor where he received his 4 gallon pin. He attended Foothills Community Church. Survivors in addition to parents include: brothers, Gabriel and Elijah Noe; sisters, Vanessa, Savannah, and Katarina Noe all of Seneca; stepmother, Theresa Noe also of Seneca; and many nieces and nephews. His brother, Sgt. Tony Olaes preceded him in death. Funeral Services will be held 3 PM, Tuesday, November 1, 2011 from the Chapel of Sandifer Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 2-3 PM, prior to the service at the funeral home. The family is at the

residence. In lieu of flowers, memorials in his memory may be made to c/o Sandifer Funeral Home, PO Box 69, Westminster, SC 29693. ROBERT `BOBBY' URBAND, Husband of Nina Lynn Ariail. Robert Urband, a manager of film composers and music supervisors who was as known for his sartorial flair and elegant manner as he was for the strength of his client list, died Monday, April 25, in Los Angeles from lymphoma. He was 63. Urband, who practiced entertainment law for more than 15 years, managed such A-list clients as Alexandre Desplat, Blake Neely, Ed Shearmur, Javier Navarrete and the late Elmer Bernstein. His first client was long-time friend Michael Kamen, who died in 2003. Others on his managerial roster included music supervisors Nic Harcourt and Thomas Golubic. Urband "was the lord of my music world," said the four-time Oscar-nominated Desplat in a statement from London, where he is working on the latest "Harry Potter" score. "Without his bright expertise, his sense of humor, his kindness and his generosity, I would never have become a Hollywood composer." Urband co-founded the Mr. Holland's Opus Foundation along with Kamen and served as treasurer for the board of directors. He is survived by his wife, Lynn Ariail Urband; a daughter and twin sons, and three grandchildren. Donations may be made to the Mr. Hollands Opus Foundation. Contact Steve Chagollan at [email protected] MATTIE AYERS, Wife of Robert Buford Ariail. Franklin Co. Citizen, 3 Mar 1983 Name: Mrs. Mattie Ayers Ariail Address: 334 Wheeler Street, Hapeville, GA Died: 19 Feb 1983 Parents: Asie and Melisa Payne Ayers Married: Robert Buford Ariail Funeral: Tuesday, 22 Feb 1983, Nails Creek Baptist Church, Homer Burial: Nails Creek Baptist Church Cemetery Survivors: daughter, Mrs. R. L. McDaniel, Hapeville; son, Elmer C. Ariail, Brea, CA; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren Arrangements: Howard L. Carmichael & Sons, East Point ALVIN ARMON BRIDGES, Husband of Peggy Marie Ariail. Mr. Bridges, 82, of Shelby, NC, passed away peacefully on Friday, October 8, 2010, at Hospice at Wendover. Alvin A. "Doc" Bridges was the founder and long-time president of Norris Merchandise of Shelby. Alvin, affectionately called "Doc" by his family and many friends, was a native or Cleveland County. He was born on November 17, 1927 to Clyde and Mittie Humphries Bridges. After serving in the U. S. Army, he worked for K & W Packing Company of Shelby. He eventually acquired the company, changed its name to Norris Packing Company and served as its General Manager and President. He also founded and operated the Shelby Processing Company. He was past president of the North Carolina Meat Packers Association. In 1983, he opened Norris Merchandise with his son David. Throughout his career, Alvin worked closely with his wife of 63 years, Peggy Marie Ariail Bridges. He was a member, former Deacon and former treasurer of Zoar Baptist Church. He also was a charter member of the Board of Directors of the Cleveland County Volunteer Fire Department. Mr. Bridges was a Mason and member of the Masonic Lodge 202 and was a Shriner. Funeral services will be conducted by Dr. Rob Helton pastor of Zoar Baptist Church. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Cleveland County, 951 Wendover Heights Drive, Shelby, NC 28150, or Zoar Baptist Church, 1740 S. Lafayette Street, Shelby, NC 28152. DR. WILLIAM MCMURRY LONG, JR, Son of Cecile May Ariail. Dr. William Long was born in Greenville, South Carolina on November 9, 1948. He died October 9, 2007 in his home in Prosperity, South Carolina from pancreatic cancer. He was preceded in death by his father, William McMurray Long, Sr. Survivors are his wife, Marianne Solbritt Castren-Long and their dog. Other survivors include his mother, Cecile Ariail Long, his brother, James Long, his sisters, Ariail Seshul and Phronzie McNeely and their spouses. He is also survived by nieces and nephews and their children. At the age of five Mr. Long moved with his family to New Orleans where he graduated in 1966 from Benjamin Franklin High School, a school he was very proud of. He attended Tulane University in New Orleans from 1966 - 1970 where he received a Bachelor Degree in Arts, English with minors in Black Studies, History and Philosophy. He received a Bachelor in Science, Biology with minors in Chemistry from Tulane University having studied there from 1973-1974. He received a Ph.D, in Philosophy, Physiology with

minors in Biochemistry and Pharmacology from Louisiana State University, Medical Center in New Orleans, Louisiana. He received Post-doctoral training at Milton S. Hershey's Medical Center at the Pennsylvania State University, 1980 - 1982. Mr. Long worked for Buras High School as a Remedial Reading Teacher, 1971-1972. He worked for Louisiana State University Medical Center at the Department of Physiology as a Research Associate, 1974-1975. He worked for Charity Hospital in Louisiana, New Orleans as a Pathology Extern, 1975-1980 and Milton S. Hershey Medical Center of Pennsylvania, Postdoctoral Fellow, 1980-1982. He worked for the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Miami, Florida as a Research Physiologist, 1982-1989. He worked for University of Miami, Florida as an Assistant Professor of Medicine, 1982 - 1989. Mr. Long worked for Mt. Sinai Medical Center as Adjunct Research Associate, 1983-1989. He worked for the University of North Dakota in Grand Forks, North Dakota as an Assistant Professor of Physiology, 1989-1994. He worked for the University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota as Graduate Faculty, 1990-1994. He worked for University of North Dakota as Director of Minority Access to Research Careers, 1992 - 1994. He worked for University of North Dakota as Director of Ah'jogun Program, 1993 -1994. Mr. Long was a member of numerous societies: The American Association for the Advancement of Science, The Da Vinci Society, American Physiological Society, America Thoracic Society, New York Academy of Sciences, American Heart Association, International Society for Pathophysiology. He gave numerous lectures in both national and international meetings. He published chapters in seven books, 53 abstracts and 20 articles in referenced journals. A memorial service with viewing will be held in his home in Prosperity for family and friends on Saturday, October 13, 2007 at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the American Cancer Society. Services entrusted to McSwain-Evans Funeral Home, Newberry, SC. www.mcswainevans.com. Times Picayune 10-11-2007 JULIA QUILLIAN SEGARS, Daughter of Bernice Allene Ariail. Mrs. Quillian Segars Jordan, age 74, of E. McCarty St. Sandersville, died Saturday, August 19, 2006 at the Oconee Regional Medical Center. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, August 22, at 2:00p.m. at the Sisters Baptist Church with burial in Washington County Memorial Gardens. Rev. Milton Wood and Rev. Burt Parker will officiate. Pallbearers will be Travis Jordan, Shawn Jordan, Kenny McIntire, Benny Jones, Sam Jordan, Al Segars III and Rogers Anderson. Mrs. Jordan was born in Franklin County the daughter of the late Albert Segars and the late Bernice Ariail Segars. She was a homemaker and a member of the Sisters Baptist Church. Mrs. Jordan is predeceased by two brothers Rex Segars and Al Segars. Survivors are her husband of 56 years Willard R. Jordan of Sandersville; children, Stanley Jordan (Cindy) of Deepstep, Larry Jordan (Jan) of Sandersville, Kelli J. Moran (John) of Jamison PA., Kimberly J. Bragg of Macon. She is also survived by Latan McIntire (Kenny) of McDonough, twelve grandchildren and five great grandchildren and her sisters Gwynelle S. Anderson of Sandersville and Janice S. Thompson of Milledgeville. The family will be at the Jordan residence 1503 E. McCarty St. Sandersville and will receive friends Monday from 6 to 8pm at the May and Smith Funeral Directors 1119 Riddleville Rd. Sandersville. May and Smith Funeral Directors is in charge of these arrangements. Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com The Augusta Chronicle-August 21, 2006 ROBERT GENE ORYALL, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian family line. Robert "Bob" Gene Oryall, 73, Harrisonville, MO, Aug. 1, 2011. He was born June 8, 1938 in Henry County, MO, to Lewis E. and Mary Helen (Craig) Oryall. A private memorial service will be held with burial in Old Shiloh Cemetery in Chilhowee, MO. On September 16, 1961 he was united in marriage to Sharon Gabriel. Bob worked on the truck line at Ford Motor Company in Claycomo, MO, for 30 years. He was a member of the Lowry City Masonic Lodge. He loved to go to South Padre Island and fish every winter. He was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife, Sharon; two sons, Carl Oryall, wife, Sharon, and Tony Oryall, wife, Diane, "Angel" all of Harrisonville; one sister, Marilyn Holbert, of Harrisonville, MO; five grandchildren: Ashley, Amanda, Joshua, Benjamin and Zach. Arr.: Atkinson Funeral Home, Harrisonville, (816) 380-3268 (816) 380-3268 . Published in Kansas City Star on August 3, 2011 ELIJA JOSEPH ORYALL, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian family line. b: May 2 1870, Brown Co, WI d: Apr 28 1932, Clinton, Henry Co, MO bur: Englewood Cemetery NA-PE, Clinton, Clinton Twp, Henry Co, MO Clinton MO, May 1932 - Eli Joseph Oryall died at his home on the corner of Lincoln and Fifth streets at 5:15 p.m. Thursday, April 28th with Bright's Disease. He had been in poor health for several years but suffered intensely since March 15, being confined to his bed since that time. He was born in Brown county, Wisconsin, May 2, 1870, and moved with his parents to Nebraska, September 13, 1883. He was educated there and attended high school. He was united in marriage to Miss Elizabeth Mae Keehler (note: correct spelling is Elizabeth May Kuehler), in Fillmore

county, Nebraska, July 11, 1900. They lived on a farm there for a number of years, coming to Henry county in 1914 where they lived on a farm belonging to his mother, the late Mrs. Paryzad Doty, for six years. They then moved to a farm one-half mile south of Thrush. They came to Clinton in 1922 and the daughters bought a home on the corner of Lincoln and Fifth streets where they still reside. Thirteen children were given to this union. Twelve of them are left to comfort their mother, as follows: Mrs. Walter Hawkins, east of Clinton; Lewis Oryall, north of Clinton; Mrs. Frank Johns, West Allen street, Clinton; Edgar, Clifford, Nelson, Keith, and Barbara Pauline also live in Clinton. There are eight grandchildren. He also leaves two sisters, Mrs. George VanPatten, of Brownington, and Miss Viola Oryall, San Francisco, Calif. Deceased had been a Knight of Pythias and also belonged to Royal Hollanders when he resided in Nebraska. He was of French descent and liked the out of doors and always raised an excellent garden. Funeral services were conducted at his late home Friday afternoon. The burial was in Englewood cemetery by the side of his mother. FRANK WARE JOHNS, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian family line. b: Nov 24 1889, Clinton, Henry Co, MO d: May 1935, San Antonio, TX bur: Englewood Cemetery II-JU, Clinton, Clinton Twp, Henry Co, MO arr: Consalus Funeral Homes, Clinton & Urich, MO Clinton MO, May 1935 - F. W. Johns of 611 West Allen street died at the W.O.W. Memorial Hospital in San Antonio, Texas, at 12:30 a.m. Sunday. He had suffered some months with throat trouble and in March realized his condition to be grave so entered the hospital but the infection grew steadily worse. Frank Ware Johns, named for the late Frank Ware of East Jefferson Street, was born November 24, 1889, at the northwest corner of Carter and Allen streets, on which street he continued to make his home through mature years. Before a lad of 11 he lost both parents and despite this grief and handicap he forged ahead with the determination to be worthy of his parents he so greatly revered, this memory being kept alive by his aunt, Mrs. Ervin Jones, who reared him. He was what is termed a self-made man and his life has given the expression added dignity and respect. February 23, 1909, he was married to Susie Richardson, who died in 1928, leaving his young family motherless. He married Ida Oryall February 20, 1929. Mr. Johns was a worthy and respected member of the Woodman lodge since early manhood. He was a good husband and father providing well for his family and leading an exemplary life. He was liked by everyone for he was unswerving in loyalty to family and friends and his employers' best interests were his own. His loss will be felt in a large circle. As a young man he worked on the MK&T Railroad line until he was employed by the KCC&S, where he worked until the round house was abandoned in Clinton. He then went to Armour's where for seven years he was in charge of the picking room. This position he left for one at the Lindstrom Hatchery, where he was employed until this last fatal malady gripped him. His body arrived in Clinton Tuesday night and the funeral was conducted at the home on West Allen street Wednesday, Consalus and Peck in charge. He is survived by his widow and five children, Lawrence, Mildred, Harold, Suzanne and Peggy, all of the home. SUSIE JOSEPHINE RICHARDSON JOHNS, First wife of Frank Ware Johns. b: Oct 8 1889 d: Jul 12 1928, Clinton, Henry Co, MO bur: Englewood Cemetery II-JU, Clinton, Clinton Twp, Henry Co, MO Clinton MO, Jul 1928 - Mrs. Frank Johns passed away at her home at 511 West Allen street, at 11:25 Thursday morning, July 12. She had suffered from a lingering illness, being bedfast the past six months. Deceased was 39 years old the 8th of last October, and she had lived in Clinton all her life. Her maiden name was Susie Richardson. About 20 years ago she was united in marriage with Frank Johns, who survives her, with their five children, as follows: Lawrence, Mildred, Lee, Harold and Susanne. She also leaves her mother, Mrs. Anna Meyers; one brother, Wesley Richardson; one sister, Mrs. Frank Drackman; a half-brother, Henry Meyers and a half-sister, Mrs. Mary Wallace, all of Clinton. The sympathy of all is extended to the family in this time of sorrow. Funeral services were conducted at the home last Friday, burial was in Englewood cemetery. MARK J. CORNELL, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian family line. Mark J. Cornell, 50, longtime Green Bay resident, died Sunday, July 31, 2011. He was born Aug. 3, 1960, in Green Bay, to the late Clyde and Marvelyn (Kenders) Cornell. Mark graduated from Bay Port High School in the Class of 1978. On May 14, 1982, he married Sandy Oryall at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Howard. She preceded him in death on Jan. 13, 2009. He had been employed at Fox River Fiber for many years. Mark enjoyed riding his Harley and was an avid sailboat enthusiast. Mark is survived by his two children, Courtney and Bennett Cornell; five brothers and sisters and their spouses, Rick and Marce Cornell, Oshkosh; Curt and Alane Cornell, Abrams; Rhonda and Tom "Skip" Skippon, San Diego, Calif.; Tammy and Dale Hendrickson, Brussels; Tracy Cornell and Becky, Pound; brothers-in-law and sisters-in-law, Pam and Larry Deviley, Kevin Oryall, Jeff and Laurie Oryall, Todd and Peggy Oryall; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Ron and Donna Oryall; and many nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his wife, Sandy; his parents, Clyde and Marvelyn Cornell; a brother, Clyde Cornell, Jr. Friends may call at Blaney Funeral Home, 1521 Shawano Ave., from 3:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday. A Memorial Service will be at 7 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home with Rev. David Kasperek officiating. To send online condolences, please go to www.BlaneyFuneralHome.com. In lieu of flowers a memorial fund is being established in Mark's name for his children. Published in Green Bay Press-Gazette from August 2 to August 3, 2011 LEWIS EDWARD ORYALL, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian family line. Lewis Edward Oryall, a ten year resident of Livermore, passed away on March 1, 2011 after a long battle with illnesses caused in part by radiation exposure during his Marine Corps service at the Nevada Atomic testing sites in the early 1950s. Mr. Oryall was a native San Franciscan who was born in 1929 to Floyd and Mary Oryall. There were fourteen children in the close knit family. He attended Catholic schools and graduated from Commerce High School in S.F. He then enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps in 1947. He served in Indo-China and Korea. He had a break of service and returned to civilian life to work in envelope manufacturing. Lewis then reenlisted in the Marines in 1961. He served three tours of duty in Viet Nam in reconnaissance, where he was awarded Medals of Valor and three Purple Hearts for injuries sustained in battle. Lewis was honorably discharged in Dec. 1969. He then completed a 2-year degree in chemistry and was employed as a building engineer, and later worked as a counselor for those in need. Lewis was preceded in death by his beloved daughter, Renee Poggi and his three siblings. He is survived by his daughter Narcissie Oryall, four grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. He will be greatly missed for his humor, courage under fire, determination and helping hand for the younger generation. Lewis was laid to rest at the San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery in Santa Nella, CA, near his brother Allen Oryall on March 21, 2011. LEONA GWEN ERICKSEN, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian family line. Leona Oryall 1931 ~ 2007 Payson, Utah - Leona Gwen Ericksen Oryall, age 76, died June 12, 2007 in Payson, Utah. She is lovingly accepted and welcomed by a kind Heavenly Father and her spouse, Cliff. Leona was born February 5, 1931 in Huntington, Utah, a daughter of James Peter and Christena Geneva Allen Ericksen. She married Clifford Donald Oryall, July 19, 1947 in Ely, Nevada. Their marriage was solemnized in the Provo LDS Temple, Aug 6, 1998. Cliff died Aug. 19, 1999. Leona lived in Huntington, Torrey, Koosharem, Orderville, Salina, Provo, Garrison, Benjamin and Payson, Utah and Baker, Nevada. She was a hard and dedicated worker her entire life. She worked in the Salina and Nephi Turkey Plant, picked cherries, helped in several canneries, worked in the Rand Dry Cleaners, and for more than 26 years, she served in the cafeteria and as a Psychiatric Technician, lovingly helping and being compassionate to those with mental illness, at the Utah State Hospital, from where she retired. Leona enjoyed genealogy, camping, fishing at her favorite spot, babies, crocheting, Gooseberry family trips, gathering and recording family history, traveling, her heritage, computer and temple attendance. Her greatest joy was times spent with family members and she loved family reunions. She provided multiple opportunities for her ancestors and kin to enjoy the blessings of the temple. Mom served as the first counselor in the Relief Society, as a Primary Teacher, devoted Visiting Teacher, Genealogy Teacher and extraction worker. She served in the community as a 4H Leader and a Cub Scout Den Mother. She truly is a beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt and friend. She is survived by her children: Lynda LaVon Oryall Palacio, Donald Gene (Pat) Oryall, David Rae (DeAnn) Oryall and Elizabeth Gwen Oryall, all of Payson; 11 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; sisters and brother: Arlene Emmons of Provo; Anita (Hyrum) Thorsen of Salina; Daniel James "Jim" (Louise) Ericksen of Junction. Preceded in death by her loving spouse, Clifford D. Oryall; a grandson, Tristen Joseph Oryall, her parents; brothers: Ronald (Mary) Ericksen, John Allen "Jackie" Riley and sisters: Fanny Lorena Ericksen and Ardella Riley Emmons. The family wishes to thank Mountain Air Assisted Living Facility in Payson, A+ Home Health services, Dr. David Bennion, Dr. J. Cordell Bott, A+ Mountain View Hospital, the EMT's, Parkview LDS Ward and all those who have assisted Mom and her family. Funeral services will be held Monday, June 18, 2007 at 11 a.m. in the Payson Utah South Stake Center, 700 South 600 East in Payson. Friends may call for viewing at the Walker Mortuary, 587 South 100 West in Payson, Sunday evening from 6-8 p.m. or at the Stake Center Monday morning from 9:30- 10:30 prior to the services. Grave side services and burial will be Monday afternoon at 4 p.m. in the Salina Pioneer Cemetery under the care of the Springer Turner Funeral Home of Richfield, Salina and Gunnison, Utah. On line guest book at: www.springerturner.com CLIFFORD DONALD ORYALL, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian family line. Clifford Donald Oryall, passed away Friday, August 20, 1999 at the age of 86. Born July 22, 1913 in Grafton, Nebraska. Married Leona Gwen Ericksen, July 19, 1947 in Ely, Nevada.Survivors include: his wife Leona; four children, Lynda, Donald, David and Gwen; 11 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.

Services will be Tuesday, August 24, 1999, 11 a.m., in the Payson Page Ward, 711 S. 600 East. Friends may call at the Walker Mortuary, 587 S. 100 West, Payson, Monday, 6-8 p.m., or at the church Tuesday, 9:45-10:45 a.m. Burial will be in the Salina, Utah Pioneer Cemetery at 3:30 p.m. GEORGIA A. RANSFORD, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian family line. Georgia Ann Oryall, 90, Graysville, died at 5:20 a.m. Monday, Jan. 7, 1991, at Mary Sherman Hospital, Sullivan. She was born July 14, 1990, in Sullivan County to Commodore and Alsannah Bosstick Ransford. She was a retired school teacher. She was a member of Graysville United Methodist Church, Graysville Order of Eastern Star Chapter 308, Indiana State Retired Teachers Association, Indiana State University Alumni Association and Sullivan County Historical Society. She was preceded in death by her husband, Frank Oryall, who died in 1976; and two brothers, James Ransford and Edward Ransford. Survivors include four stepdaughters; one stepson; and other relatives. Burial was Tuesday in Crow Cemetery. Memorial services are at 5 p.m. Sunday at the church with the Rev. Steve Holland officiating. The Alexander Funeral Home assisted with arrangements. NEIL THEODORE ORYALL, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian family line. ORYALL Mr. Neil Theodore, aged 91 years passed away on Sunday, October 31, 2010 in Herbert. Neil was born on March 11, 1919 in Hazlet, SK. Neil was predeceased by one brother and three sisters. He is survived by his wife, Pearl Ellen Oryall. The funeral service was held on Thursday, November 4, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at St. Olaf Lutheran Church with Pastor Kristin Soveran officiating. The interment was held at Memory Gardens Cemetery, Swift Current, SK. Memorial donations may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or to the St. Olaf Lutheran Church. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Parkside Memorial Funeral Home, Swift Current, Saskatchewan. For further information or to sign the family book of condolence visit parksidefuneralhome.com. GARY W. VAN HEMELRYK, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian family line. Gary W. Van Hemelryk, age 69, passed away on Sunday, November 21, 2010, at his home in Little Chute after a long battle with cancer. Gary was born on January 27, 1941, in Green Bay, the son of the late Lawrence and Theola (Oryall) Van Hemelryk. He graduated from Green Bay West High School, and worked for the Mirro Company before retiring. Gary will be remembered for his quirky approach to life, odd and endearing sense of humor and kind heart. He left an indelible mark on all the lives he touched and will be missed greatly. Gary is survived by his children, Blair (Stacy Shea) Van Hemelryk, Appleton, and Heather (Terry) Phelan, Kaukauna; five grandchildren, Duane, Jonah, Emily, and Savanah Phelan, and Loic Shea-Van Hemelryk; his brother, Robert (Judy) Van Hemelryk, Green Bay; and a close friend, Jeff Loy, Wrightstown, WI. A memorial visitation for Gary will be held from 9:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. on Friday, November 26, 2010 at Fargo Funeral Home. The family would like to extend a sincere thank you to the Oncology staff at St. Elizabeth Hospital for their care and support. PEGGY GRACE JOHNS, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian family line. Age 80, a resident of Chillicothe, Missouri passed away at Indian Hills Retirement Village, Chillicothe, Missouri on Thursday, June 12, 2008. Peggy was born on April 14, 1928 the daughter Frank F. and Ida Alice (Oryall) Johns in Clinton, Missouri. On July 31, 1992 she was married to Jackie Young in Chillicothe, Missouri. He survives of the home. Peggy was a member of the United Methodist Church, Chillicothe, Missouri. She worked at Hope Haven Industries for 26 years. She enjoyed traveling, singing 40's and 50's county music, collecting aluminum cans and spending time with her husband, Jackie. Funeral services will be held on Monday, June 16, 2008 at 3:30 PM at the Lindley Funeral Home, Chillicothe, Missouri. There is no scheduled family visitation. Friends may call on Sunday, June 15, 2008 from 9:00 AM until 6:00 PM at the Lindley Funeral Home, Chillicothe, Missouri. Burial will be at Edgewood Cemetery, Chillicothe, Missouri. Memorial contributions may be made to House of Prayer and/or Livingston County Development Center and may be left at the funeral home or may be mailed to Lindley Funeral Homes, P.O. Box 47, Chillicothe, Missouri 64601. Arrangements are under the direction of the Lindley Funeral Home, Chillicothe, Missouri. SUE CAROLYN COFFIN, Lucy Ariail Family Line. July 28, 1937 - Dec. 4, 2011 Resident of San Jose Sue was born in Indiana and came to San Jose, California with her parents at age 7 carrying with her the proud heritage of paternal ancestors that landed in this country from England in 1650. She attended grammar school in Los Gatos and graduated from Campbell High School in 1955. Inspired by teachers, she graduated from San Jose State University and earned her teaching credentials to teach grammar school. She was a dedicated, gifted teacher in the

Union School District for 33 years. Most of her teaching years were spent at Lietz School. She married US Marine Corps Veteran of the Korean War Virgil Midkiff and they were married on December 24, 1969 in San Jose. She was predeceased by her loving parents, Kenneth and Pauline Coffin, and will be missed by 5 children, their spouses, 10 grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren. Services will be held Saturday, December 10, at Darling-Fischer Chapel of the Hills, 615 N. Santa Cruz blvd, Los Gatos. Viewing will be from 9:30-10:30am followed by funeral services at 10:30am conducted by Pastor Lamar Allen. The family would like to acknowledge with donations the gentle and caring assistance provided by Pathways Home Health Services at 585 N. Mary Ave, Sunnyvale, CA 94085 or www.PathwaysHealth.org KENNETH TASLTON CRASHLEY, Lucy Ariail Family Line. Kenneth T. Crashley, 78, passed away in a Murray Hospital on May 22, 2001. He was born January 25, 1923 in Casper, Wyoming to Robert and Minnie Crashley. He married Florence E. Jennings on June 22, 1945 in Casper. He was the best and beloved husband, father, grandfather and friend to many. Survived by wife, Florence; son Kenneth P., Arizona; two daughters, Connie L. (Dennis) Bockenstedt, Iowa; Cindy R. (Peter) Mueller, West Jordan. 12 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, and five great-great-grandchildren. Three sisters, June Dodds, Betty Whitney and Mary Alice Gibbs (Don). He was preceded in death by son Robbie, a brother Charles Lindsay and both parents. There will be a small service for friends and family on May 26, 2001 at 10 am for visitation and respects at Memorial Estates Mortuary, 5850 South 900 East. PAULINE `BERTIE' WAGGONER, Wife of Robert Wallace Arial, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian line. Ariel, Pauline "Bertie" of Sabrina, Oh, Formerly of Chicago, Ill., passed away peacefully at home after losing her battle with cancer on September 2, 2011. Pauline was born March 23rd, 1933 in Paradise Township, Illinois. Ms. Ariel retired from the First National Bank of Chicago where she worked in customer service. She also co-authored an auto-biographical book with her sisters titled "Ten Sisters ~ A True Story". Her story was featured in Family Circle Magazine and a PBS Documentary was produced featuring the collective stories of Pauline and her sisters. She also co-authored a children's book titled "Ten Little Sisters" She was a loving mother, sister, aunt, grandmother, great-grandmother and friend. Pauline was very outgoing and loved helping people. In the spirit of her generosity she has chosen to donate her body to scientific studies /research. Pauline was preceded in death by her parents, Glen Waggoner and Olive Ruth Golden; sisters, Deloris Hart, Mary Hickmott, Phyllis Ferguson, Audrey Alford; and brother, Jesse and Carl Waggoner. She is survived by her children, James (Bonnie) Ariel of Chicago, Illinois; Karen (Michael) Pritts of Valparaiso, Indiana; Linda (Richard) Reese of Sabina, Ohio; grandchildren, Vanessa (Dan) Medlin of Glenwood, Illinois; Natalie Ariel (Nate Wolfe) of South Haven, Michigan; Kenny (Margaret) Pikus of Evergreen Park, Illinois; Kelly (Terry) Groth of Paw Paw, Michigan; Jessica (John) Davis of Savannah, Georgia. Great-Grandchildren: Issac and Isabel Medlin; Matthew, Hannah, and Brian Pikus; Hayden Groth and Preston Davis. Sisters: Virginia Rackley of Onarga, Illinois; Rhita Brniak, Irma Allen, and Vera Barber of Park Forest, Illinois; Doris Wenzel of Mahomet, Illinois; and a multitude of nieces and nephews. A Memorial Service celebrating her life is being planned for a later date. Memorial donations in Bertie's memory /honor may be made to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital : www.stjude.org or The Cunningham Children's Home: www.cunninghamhome.org Published in Kalamazoo Gazette on September 11, 2011 MARY EFFIE HOWELL COFFEE REECE, Wife of Dr. John Young Coffee, Jr. Mary Effie Howell Coffee Reece, 86, of Huntsville died Thursday. She is survived by her daughters, Ann Howell Coffee McCary and son-in-law Dr. Claud "Mack" E. McCary III, and Sally Kendrick Coffee Bryan and son-in-law Tommy Lee Bryan; grandchildren, John Anderson McCary, Luke Emerson McCary, Cyril Harvey Bryan, and Jennifer Leigh Bryan Truette and grandson-in-law Maj. Anthony Allen Truette; and great-grandchildren Matthew Allen Truette and Sarah Bryan Truette. She was the widow of Dr. John Young Coffee Jr., and Orville Young Reece. She was preceded in death by her mother, Pearl Rentz Howell Lauderburn; her father, William Harvey Howell; and her sister, Frances Rentz Howell Beckemeyer. She was a member of Huntsville First United Methodist Church and was a former director of Christian Education there. She taught science and math at Huntsville Junior High School. Mary Reece was born Oct. 25, 1923, in Sandersville, Ga. to Pearl Rentz Howell and William Harvey Howell. From 1926 to 1934 she lived on Sapelo Island, Ga. In 1934 her family moved to Atlanta where she attended Bass Junior High

School and then Rome, Ga., where she continued high school. Her family later moved to Athens, Ga., where she graduated from Athens High School and met her future husband, John Coffee. She was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta and Phi Beta Kappa, graduating from the University of Georgia in 1944 in microbiology. She married John Coffee in 1945 in Decatur, Ga. After John Coffee graduated from the medical school in Augusta, Ga., in 1947, they moved to Birmingham for his residency training. The family moved to Huntsville in 1950 where her husband became the first pediatrician in Huntsville. While John Coffee served as a physician in the Army, they lived at Fort Campbell, Ky. She was first widowed in 1958 when John Coffee died from a brain tumor. In 1973, she married O.Y. Reece, a former Air Force colonel who continued his career with NASA and McDonnell-Douglas. They lived in Titusville, Fla., Garden Grove, Calif., and finally returned to Huntsville. She was widowed again in 1998 with the death of O.Y. Reece. Visitation will be today at 1:30 p.m. until the start of the funeral services at 2:30 p.m. at Huntsville First United Methodist Church. Interment will follow at Maple Hill Cemetery. Published in The Huntsville Times from December 5 to December 6, 2009 BOBBIE JUNE REID, Daughter of Lawrence Elmo Reid. June Sarchetti died Sept. 6, 2007. She was 82. Survivors include a brother, Clarence E. Reid of Fort Worth. Services will be at 11 a.m. Sept. 11 at Seaside Chapel. Burial will be in Seaside Memorial Park. Seaside Memorial Park and Funeral Home BERTHA WARD, Mother of Willadean Wiley Bertha Wiley Carnesville Bertha Wiley, 89, of Highway 51 died Thursday, Jan. 1, 1998. A native of Banks County, she was a daughter of the late Lemuel Ward and Nettie (Payne) Ward. She was a homemaker. Funeral services were at 11 a.m. Saturday at Nails Creek Baptist Church with the Rev. Frank Sailors officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Survivors include a daughter, Willadean Lewallen, Homer; two sons, Carey Wiley, Carnesville, and James Wiley, Homer; two brothers, J.D. Ward, Baldwin, and Thomas Ward, Commerce; and nine grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Ivie Funeral Home, Commerce, is in charge of arrangements. BETTY STAMEY SMITH FOSTER, Wife of Harold Jame Smith, Luke Ives Ariail family line. Brevard ­ Betty Stamey Smith Foster, 78, passed away at the Brian Center on Sunday, December 14, 2008. Betty was born February 3, 1930 in Transylvania County, NC to the late James Noble Stamey and the late Clara Campbell Stamey. Betty graduated from Brevard High School in 1948. In addition to her parents, she is preceded in death by her first husband, Harold Smith, her second husband, Robert Calloway Foster, one daughter, Katheryn Lorraine Jarrett and one brother, Harold Lee Stamey. She is survived by her son, Dane Smith of Etowah and one stepson Robert Clay Foster of Brevard, one stepdaughter Janet Foster Nicholson of Brevard, one sister Billie Stamey Bolt and husband J.D. of Brevard, one brother, James Jerry Stamey and wife Martha of Brevard, her grandchildren; Christopher Lynn Collins, Shawn Timothy Galloway, James William Smith, Daniel Gregory Smith, Jeremy Elisha Gibson, Adam William Gibson, and Aaron Matthew Gibson, and many nieces and nephews. A celebration of Betty's life will be held on Sunday, December 21st at 3:00 pm in the Chapel of Moore Funeral Home with the Rev. Marcus Dodson officiating. The family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the funeral home. To leave a condolence message for the Foster family, please go to "Obituaries" at www.moore-fh.com. Moore Funeral Home and Asheville Mortuary Service is in charge of the arrangements. RAYMONE EUGENE `GENE' STAFFORD, Lucy Ariail Family line. Raymond E. (Gene) Stafford, 84, of Tulsa, passed away, Monday, July 25, 2011. Gene was born September 13, 1926 in Green Forest, AR, son of the late Logan and Winifred (Braswell) Stafford. In 1944 he graduated from Green Forest High School. Gene was very active for many years in the First United Methodist Church of Green Forest. He was a WWII Veteran of the U.S. Army serving in the Pacific. Gene was an active member of the First United Methodist Church of Tulsa where he served as Head Usher. He was a dairy farmer in Arkansas for many years.

In 1956 the family moved to Tulsa where Gene retired as plant manager of The Page Milk Company. Gene became a part of a family business and then retired again as General Manager of Advanced Plastics and Machining in Owasso. He is survived by his beloved wife of 64 years, Joan (Scott) Stafford; daughter, Annette and husband, Steve Shortess of Broken Arrow, OK; two sons, David and his wife, Patricia Stafford of Bogota, Colombia, South America, Phillip and his wife, Marilyn Stafford of Fayetteville, AR; 12 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren and one, sister, Pauline McCormick of Green Forest, AR. A graveside service was held Thursday, July 28, at New Home Cemetery in Green Forest, AR. A Memorial Service was held in Tulsa, Friday, July 29, 2011 in the Sanctuary of First United Methodist Church. The family suggests contributions may be made to the Provident Fund at First United Methodist in Tulsa or the American Diabetes Association. Condolences may be left online at www.freemanharris.com. HENRY THOMAS ROGERS, Grandson of Mary Climelia Ariail. Henry Thomas Rogers, Sr., 89, of Dunwoody, Georgia passed away March 30, 2011 due to complications from Parkinson's disease. He was born January 4, 1922 in Maysville, Georgia, and moved at an early age to Atlanta. He graduated from Boys High School, Emory University and Georgia State University. Henry served during World War II in the Army Air Force, training at Turner Field in Albany, Georgia, where he met his future wife, Mary Helen Sperry. He was trained as a B-24 pilot. Staying in the reserves, he and his unit, the 425th Transportation Group, were recalled to active duty and served in Korea from 1950-1952. There he was promoted to Captain. His business experience includes nine years at Dun & Bradstreet and thirty one years at J. M. Tull Metals as Credit Manager and Treasurer. He was a longtime member and past president of the Southeast Credit Management Association and the Atlanta Credit Club. His community involvement included membership in the Kiwanis Club of Atlanta for over 30 years. Henry was active most of his life, enjoying boating and fishing, gardening, foreign travel and tennis. He especially enjoyed hosting his family and friends at the annual Fourth of July picnic at the Atlanta Athletic Club. He is survived by his wife of 65 years, Mary Helen Sperry Rogers; one son, Henry Thomas Rogers, Jr. and his wife, June Stephens Rogers; two daughters, Gayle Rogers Tallman and her husband Dr. James Tallman, and Helen Rogers and her partner Sally Eidson. There are five grandchildren: June Rogers Cathey and her husband The Reverend Dr. Ben Cathey; Lt Col Henry Thomas Rogers, III and his wife Sandra Rogers; Anna Tallman Deriso and her husband Walter Deriso, III; Frank Tallman and his wife Tricia Tallman; and Martha Tallman and her fiancé Jon Horn. There are ten great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at Dunwoody United Methodist Church on Sunday, April 3 at 4:00 p.m. The family will receive visitors at the church before the service from 3:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Dunwoody United Methodist Church or to a charity of your choice. SARA HENDRICKS MATTISON WELSH, Wife of Lt. Thomas Andrew Hendricks. Sara Welsh Hendricks Mattison, 94, of Clemson died Tuesday, June 21, 2011 at the Sterling House in Central. She was widowed by her first husband, Thomas Andrew Hendricks and her second husband John Robert Mattison. Born in Monroe, NC, she was a daughter of the late Francis Marion and Ruth Barksdale Welsh. Sara was a graduate of Furman University and earned her Master of Education degree from Clemson University. She retired from Easley Junior High School and was a member of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church in Clemson. She was the last surviving member of her immediate family. She is survived by her daughter, Anne B. Hendricks of Pendleton. An Inurnment service will be held at 10 AM, Monday, June 27, 2011 at Memory Gardens in Clemson. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Hospice of the Upstate, 1835 Rogers Road, Anderson, SC 29621. Condolences may be expressed online at www.robinsonfuneralhomes.com or at Duckett-Robinson Funeral Home, Central. JANET LAQUIRE BRADY, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian line. Brady, Janet L. ALBANY Janet L. Brady, 72, of So. Allen St., Albany, N.Y., passed away peacefully at her home Sunday morning, August 16, 2009 at 3:55 a.m. She was the daughter of the late Henry F. and Janet L. LaQuire; sister of the late Robert W. LaQuire. She is survived by her children, Deborah J. (Rick Domermuth), Cindy (Tim Dugan), Harold (Ruth Alger) Lori Staats; also survived by eight grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; brother of Henry F. LaQuire; good friends of Lois Allegretta and Joyce Ludwig Janet's family wishes to extend their sincere appreciation to Community Hospice for their loving care of their mom and sister. There will be no calling hours per Janet's request. Contributions may be made to Community Hospice. Published in Albany Times Union on August 20, 2009 ROSE ANN LAFOLLETTE ENGLISH, Lucy Ariail Family line. January 16, 1927 ~ January 16, 2011 Rose Ann English passed away on Jan. 16, 2011 surrounded by her family with the same quiet dignity in which she lived. She was born in 1927 in Pringle, So. Dakota, to Tom and Doris La Follette.

She graduated from Custer High School and attended the University of South Dakota. She married William H. (Bill) English in 1948 in Salt Lake City. Survived by sons Bill, Bob (Liz) & Tom (Lauri) English, 8 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren & extended family. Preceded in death by husband Bill, parents, in-laws Al & Mary English, brothers George (Lois), Tom (Carol) and sister Ruth (John) Christenson. Funeral service Friday Jan. 21 at 3 pm, with viewing one hour prior at Larkin Sunset Gardens, 1950 E 10600 S, Sandy, UT. Burial will follow the service. Online condolences at www.larkincares.com CORA E. NEWSTEAD, Jean-Baptiste Mathias Ariail Canadian line. Daughter of Phoebe Arial. April 02, 2002 Cora Boisvert; Bristol Resident Cora E. Newstead Boisvert of Stafford Avenue, Bristol, died Sunday at Bristol Hospital. She was 86. She was born in Conway, Mass., and lived in Bristol for more than 40 years. She is survived by a son, Joseph Boisvert of Ellsworth, Maine; a daughter, Leona M. Lavigne of Orlando, Fla.; nine grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Her husband, Gerard Boisvert, died previously. Funeral and burial will be private. There are no calling hours. Funk Funeral Home, Bristol, is in charge of arrangements. BRUCE BENTON CAUDELL, Son of Grace Coffee, Grandson of Dora Latitia Ariail. The Banks County News Thursday, December 12, 1963 Three Young Men Killed In Accident Sunday Night Three young men were killed early Sunday when their pick-up truck over-turned at Hollingsworth 10 miles north of Homer on U.S. 441. Larry W. Davis, 25, of Homer R. 1, Bruce Caudell, 30, of Baldwin and Eugene Massey, 31, of Cornelia, were all killed instantly when they lost control of a 1963 pick-up truck and it over-turned, Striking a utility pole, cutting it in two. The vehicle was equipped with seat belts but it is stated they were not in use. Massey was thrown out of the pick-up, Davis' and Caudell's bodies remained inside of pick-up. Mr. Caudell was a native of Banks county, a son of W. R. and Grace Coffee Caudell. He was a member of the Nails Creek Baptist Church and was affiliated with the Carwood Manufacturing Company in Baldwin. He was a veteran of the Korean War where he was twice wounded. In addition to his parents he is survived by his wife, Mrs. Patricia Shubert Caudell; one son Eddy Coffee of the home; three brothers Ralph Caudell of Atlanta; Charles W. Caudell of Elberton, and Roger Caudell of Toccoa, Stephens County, Georgia; and a number of nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Tuesday from the Nails Creek Baptist Church with the Rev. Bill Humphreys and the Rev. J. E. Cornette and the Rev. Joe Brown, officiating. Interment was in the Church Cemetery. Mr. Davis was born and reared in Banks County, a son of Elmer and Bobby Wood Davis. He was a member of the Bethany Christian Church and was employed by the State Highway Department. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. from the Bethany Christian Church with the Rev. J. B. Brown and the Rev. E. A. Miller, officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery. Mr. Davis was born and reared in Banks County, a son of Elmer and Bobby Wood Davis. He was a member of the Bethany Christian Church and was employed by the State Highway Department. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. from the Bethany Christian Church with the Rev. J. C. Brown and the Rev. E. A. Miller, Officiating. Interment was in the church cemetery. In addition to his parents he is survived by one sister, Mrs. Walter Mason; two brothers Don Davis of Commerce and Aaron Davis of Cornelia. Mr. Massey was a son of Mrs. G. D. Massey and the late George Massey. Funeral services were held from the Line Baptist Church at 11 a.m. Tuesday with the Rev. Young Ivester conducting the rites. Interment was in the Church Cemetery. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. G. D. Massey of Homer; his wife, Mrs. Molly W. Massey; one daughter, Miss Peggy Jean Massey of the home; three brothers, Hubert Massey of Griffin, Howard Massey of Atlanta and Edward Massey of Cornelia; eight sisters, Mrs. Wilton Duckett of Demorest, Mrs. Ferd Meeks of Homer, Mrs. Jinny Hix of Jefferson, Mrs. Walter White of Atlanta, Mrs. Roscoe Jones and Mrs. Clarence Green of Gastonia, N.C., Mrs. Laymon Turner of Charlotte, N.C., and Mrs. Ralph Crenshaw of Columbus. DELBERT GILLESPIE, Son of Lizzie C.Ariail. Mr. Delbert Gillespie of Sylvester, Ga., 82, died September 17, 2009, at his home.

Mr. Gillespie's funeral service was held at 2:00 PM September 21, 2009, at Banks Funeral Cahepl. Interment followed at Hillcrest Cemetery. Dr. Tom Jacobs and Dr. Ben Bush officiated the service. The family received friends Monday from 1 PM until the service hour at Banks Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Rober Lee, Sr., Jim Reynolds, Al Stanford, Roy Sumer, Craig Giles, and Dr. Joe Thomas. Mr. Gillespie was born April 17, 1927 to Wayne Watson Gillespie and Lizzie Ariail Gillespie in Fulton County, Georgia. He lived in Sylvester since 1997. Mr. Gillespie served in the Army Air Force and was a Veteran of World War II. He retired from General Motors after 32 years as an inspector. He was a member of the American Legion Post 21 in Tifton, Ga., and First Baptist Church. Survivors are his wife Lynda Combs Gillespie of Sylvester, Ga., and his nephew Jimmy Fouche and his wife Ruth of Merietta, Ga. Banks Funeral Home was in charge of the funeral arrangements. CHARLIE S. MCFARLIN, 2ND Cousin of James Patterson. Charlie S. McFarlin, 91, of 1707 Ruckersville Road, Elberton, formerly of Toccoa, passed away Thursday evening, Dec. 29, 2011, at Spring Valley Health Care Center. Mr. McFarlin was twice married, first to the late Malisse Osborn McFarlin of Toccoa and second to Kathleen Smith McFarlin of the home. Born Nov. 27, 1920, in Franklin County, he was a son of the late Alfred and Katie Garner McFarlin. Mr. McFarlin was a member of Doves Creek Baptist Church and retired from Coats & Clark in Toccoa. Charlie was a member of the Toccoa Masonic Lodge 309 and the Toccoa VFW Post 4346. He was a U.S. Army veteran serving in the U.S. Army Air Corps during World War II. In addition to his wife, he leaves to cherish his memories two children, Mike McFarlin of Westminster, Colo., and Kay McFarlin Neal of Elberton; three grandchildren, Malissa Brooke Neal, Jonathon Blake Neal, and Katherine Rose Neal; brother, Billy McFarlin of Drexel, N.C.; sister, Mazie Harrison of Toccoa; step-children, Stan Smith of Carrollton, Ga., and Ellen Gunn of Elberton; and two step-grandchildren, Eric Gunn and Keri Smith. Funeral services celebrating Charlie's life were held at 11 a.m., Monday, Jan. 2, 2012, in the Memorial Chapel of Berry Funeral Home with the Rev. Douglas Huff and the Rev. Jan Thompson officiating. Graveside services followed at 2 p.m. in the Stephens Memorial Gardens, 6448 Big A Road, Toccoa, Ga. Al McFarlin, Milton Neal, Mark Neal, Sonny Scarborough, Ricky Harrison, and Eric Gunn served as pallbearers. Mr. McFarlin is at the Berry Funeral Home in Elberton where the family recieved friends from 10-11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 2, 2012 just prior to the service. The family was at the home, 1707 Ruckersville Road. Memorials may be made in his honor to Doves Creek Baptist Church, 1971 Athens Highway, Elberton, GA 30635 or to Vans Creek Baptist Church, 1733 Ruckersville Circle, Elberton, GA 30635. Condolences may be sent to the family at www.berryfh.com. Berry Funeral Home & Crematory is in charge of the arrangements. MERSHELL L. HARRISON, Son of Essie Cotton Harrison Smith Ariail. M. (Mershel) L. Harrison, 88, of Ga. Highway 98, Maysville, died Thursday, Sept. 7, 2000, at Banks-JacksonCommerce Medical Center. Born in Banks County, he was retired from law enforcement. He was a member of Maysville Baptist Church, and was the retired sheriff of Banks County, a member of the Georgia Sheriff's Association, Georgia Peace Officers Association and a member of Phi Delta Lodge 148 F & AM, Homer. He worked for the Jackson County Sheriff's Department for 16 years after retiring as Banks County Sheriff. Surviving are widow, Flora Garrison Harrison of Maysville; daughters, Lois Harper and Rachel Wilson of Maysville; brother, Dillard Harrison of Douglasville; sister, Dorothy Martin of Commerce and numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren. He was the son of the late Essie Cotton Harrison and Alonzo Harrison. Funeral services were held at Maysville Baptist Church with burial in Riverside Baptist Church Cemetery. Arrangements by Little-Ward Funeral Home, Commerce, Ga. Anderson Independent-Mail Issue Date 9/9/2000 JIMMY RALPH CHURCH, Sarah Jane Ariail family line. GRANITE FALLS - Jimmy Ralph Church, 73, of Hudson, died Feb. 14, 2010. The funeral will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2010, at Clover Baptist Church, with burial in Sunset Hills Cemetery. The family will be at the church from 2 to 3 p.m. Wednesday. Mackie-High Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Published in Hickory Daily Record on February 16, 2010 MARGARET ELIZABETH LESLEY BLACK, Sarah Jane Ariail family line. Margaret Elizabeth Black, age 95, passed away November 6, 2010. She was born in Hartsville, SC and had moved to Clay County 1964. She was a long time member of Middleburg United Methodist Church. Mrs. Black was preceded in death by her daughter Dixie and is survived by her husband of 65 years DeLane E. Black, son Rodney D. Black (Ellen), daughter Darlene Smith (Tim), 3 sister Ruby, Tina and Louise, 9 grandchildren, 8 greatgrandchildren and 11 great-great grandchildren. Funeral service was held Tuesday, Nov. 9, at 11:00 Am in Middleburg United Methodist Church. Interment was in Middleburg United Methodist Church Cemetery.

Arrangements by Holly Hill Funeral Home, 3601 Old Jennings Rd. Middleburg, Fl. ROBERT HERBERT LESLEY, Grandson of Sarah Jane Ariail. LESLEY - Robert H. Lesley, 71, died July 30, 1999 in Jacksonville where he had resided for the past 44 years. He was Baptist by faith and was retired from the CPO Club at NAS Jax. Survivors include his wife, Lessie P. Lesley; 3 sons, Alan Lesley (Jan), Andy Lesley (Lisa), and Scott Lesley (Michelle); daughter, Lisa Laforge (Randy); 4 sisters, Margaret Black, Louise Trull, Tina Pressley, and Ruby Morrisette; 8 grandchildren; 1 great-granddaughter; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held 2:00 PM, Mon., Aug. 2, 1999 at Macedonia Baptist Church, with Rev. David Hill officiating. The family will receive friends from 6-8 PM, Sun (TODAY) at TOWN & COUNTRY FUNERAL HOME, 7242 Normandy Blvd. RANDALL ARIAIL LESLEY, Grandson of Sarah Jane Ariail. Lexington - Inurnment for Randall Ariail Leslie, 81, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, June 12, 2009, at Black Mountain National Cemetery, Black Mountain, In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Shriner's Hospital for Children, 950 W. Faris Rd., Greenville, SC 29605 or to the charity of one's choice. Thompson Funeral Home of West Columbia is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Leslie died Tuesday, June 2, 2009. Born in Richmond, VA, he was a son of the late Louis Harvey Leslie and Carita Randle Leslie. Formerly of Asheville, he has been a resident here since 1983. He served his country in the Army and the Merchant Marines; he was a graduate of Asheville Biltmore College; a member of Community of Christ Church and was retired from Union Camp Paper Company. Mr. Leslie was very active in the Shriners and was a mason. Surviving is his wife, Barbara Manus Leslie of Lexington; daughter, Sandra Leslie of Davidson, N.C.; five grandchildren, Randall Ariail Leslie, III, Ashley Mines, Laurel Mines, Matthew Mines and Sarah Mines; also a number of nieces and nephews. Mr. Leslie was preceded in death by his son, Randall Ariail Leslie, Jr., daughter, Ann Leslie Mines and brother, Louis H. Leslie, Jr. Published: 2009-06-11 MARY LEONARD LESLEY, 1st Wife of Randall Ariail Lesley. Asheville - Mary Leonard Leslie, 79, of Asheville, died Saturday, January 5, 2008, at a local health care facility. A native of Buncombe Co., she was the daughter of the late George Thomas and Lois Evelyn Nesmith Leonard. Ms. Leslie was a self employed Cross Stitch Artist, an avid bridge player and a member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church. Ms. Leslie was preceded in death by her son, Randall Ariail Leslie in 2007; her daughter, Ann Leslie Mines in 2005; and her brother, George Thomas (*)Leslie Jr., in 1977. She is survived by her daughter, Sandra Lee Leslie of Davidson, NC A funeral service will be held at 10:00 AM, Wednesday, January 9, 2008, at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, with the Rev. Patty Mouer officiating. Burial will follow at Lewis Memorial Park. Morris Funeral Home, 304 Merrimon Ave., is in charge of the arrangements. Condolence may be sent through the web site at, www.Morrisfamilyfuneralhome.com. Published: 2008-01-07 (*)Name should be George Thomas Leonard Jr. FRANK JOSEPH DIORIO, JR., Son of Edna Gertrude Ariail. KANNAPOLIS -- Frank Joseph Diorio Jr., 77, 2203 Bunker Court, died Friday (Dec. 10, 2004) at NorthEast Medical Center, Concord. Born Jan. 6, 1927, in Duval County, Fla., Mr. Diorio was a son of the late Frank and Edna Arial Diorio. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. Retired from Commercial Credit Corporation, he worked in the Kannapolis and Charlotte offices. He was a member of Midway United Methodist Church and was a Mason and a Shriner. Survivors include wife Helen Diorio; sons Michael Diorio, Port Orange, Fla., and Mark Diorio, Concord; four grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Services: 2 p.m. Monday, Whitley's Funeral Home chapel, conducted by the Rev. Dave Cash. Burial, Carolina Memorial Park. Visitation: 4-6 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Memorials: Midway United Methodist Church, 708 S. Main St., Kannapolis, NC 28081; or Shriners Hospital, c/o Cabarrus Shrine Club, P.O. Box 405, Kannapolis, NC 28082. MAJ. JAMES WILLIAM MIZELL, Grandson of Elizabeth Climelia Ariail. Maj. James W. Mizell, USMC (Retired), passed away early Wednesday morning, September 20th, 2006. He was a devoted son, father and grandfather. He leaves behind his mother, Kathryn, sons, Jim and Steven as well as 2 grandchildren and other family members and friends. Mr. Mizell was loved and will be missed dearly by all. He was a native of Atlanta and formerly with the Clayton County Sheriff's Department as a Bailiff. He was of Baptist faith. His

family will receive friends for visitation on Friday, September 22nd, 2006 from 6:00-9:00 PM at Pope Dickson & SonJonesboro Chapel. Funeral Services are schedule for Saturday, September 23rd, 2006 at 2:00 PM, in the Chapel with Rev. Tom Shannon officiating. Interment will be at Floral Hills Memorial Gardens in Tucker, Georgia with full Military Honors provided by the U.S. Marine Corps. Pope Dickson & Son-Jonesboro Chapel is in charge of the arrangements. 770-478-7211, 770-478-7211. www.popedickson.com. Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution on September 22, 2006

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