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Duplin times progress sentinel. (Kenansville, N.C.) 1963-current, October 14, 1982, Page 2, Image 2

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REBA K. CARLTON WARSAW - Mrs. Reba Kornegay Carlton, 78, died Wednesday. Funeral, War saw Baptist Church. Burial, Devotional Gardens. Surviving: sons, Nelson Carlton, Wade Carlton, . Hugh Carlton and Fisher Carlton, all of Warsaw; sis ters, Miss Victoria Kornegay of Warsaw, Mrs. Aurelia Carlton of Kinston; II grand children; a great-grandchild. LINDA P. HARRELL ROSE HILL - Mrs. Linda Parker Harrell. 28, died Thursday. Funeral. Edgerton Funeral Home chapel. Bu rial. Duolin Memorial Gar dens. Surviving: husbahd, Jesse Roscoe Harrelt; daughter, Miss Melissa Ann Harrell of the home; parents, Mr. and ? Mrs. Durwood Lee Parker of Rose Hill; brothers. O.L. Parker Jr., Lynn Parker, Donald Parker, all of Rose Hill. Gary Parker.of Bcula ville; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Lucy Parker of Rose Hill. AMANDA G. SIMMONS WARSAW - Miss Amanda Gail Simmons, infant daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Simmons of Warsaw, died Thursday. Graveside service, Pinecrest Cemetery. Surviving: parents; sister. Miss Edna Lynn Simmons; paternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Fernie Simmons; maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lee of Kcnansvillc. FRANK TURNER PINK HILL - Frank Tur ner, 71, died Tuesday. Fu neral, Pink Hill Funeral Home chapel. Burial, Oak ridge Memorial Park. Surviving: wife, Mrs. Bar bara S. Turner: sister. Mrs. Josephine Heath of Pink Hill: two grandchildren. KATIE LEE BRINSON MAGNOLIA - Mrs. Katie Lee Brinson. 8b. died Sat urday. Funeral. Kenansville First Baptist Church. Burial. Middleton Cemetery. Surviving: daughters. Mrs. Hannah Sims of Hemp stead. N.Y.. Mrs. Lila Lati mer of New York. N.Y.; son. David Lloyd Brinson of Hempstead. N.Y.: sisters. Mrs. Sudie Farrior of Bur lington. Mrs. Marie Nicker son of Philadelphia. Pa.; brother. Hallie Southerland of Kenansville: four grand sons: two great-grandchil dren; several nieces and nephews, THURMAN FRANKLIN EVANS JR. ROSE HILL - Thurman Franklin Evans Jr.: 32. of Tcague. Texas, died Tues day. Funeral. Edgerton Fu neral Home chapel. Surviving: wife. Mrs. Janice Sholar Evans: son. Franklin Todd Evans of the home: daughter. Miss Ann Nicholc Evans of the home: parents. Mrs. and Mrs. Thurman S. Evans of Rose Hill: sisters. Mrs. Dclorics Sholar of "Jessup. Ga.. Mrs. Brenda Edge of Garland: brothers. Haywood Evans and Horace Evans, birth of Teague. Texas: maternal grandmother. Mrs. Carrie Stroud of Rose Hill. JOSEPH WILLIAMS BF.ULAVILLE Joseph Williams. died Thursday. Funeral. Chinquapin Pres byterian Church. Burial. Williams family cemetery. Surviving: wife. Mrs. Gladys Williams: daughter. Mrs. Sylvia Phillips of Wil mington: son. Joseph H. Williams of Cary: sisters. Mrs. Martha Sholar and Mrs. Clora Lanier, both of Bculavillc. Mrs. Rillie Brown of Wallace: brother. Chesley Williams of Beulaxille: four grandchildren: a great grandchild. PAULINE L. REGISTER TEACHEY - Mrs. Pauline Lane Register. o3. died Fri day. Funeral. Edgerton Fu neral Home chapel. Burial. Rockfish Memorial Ceme tery. ODIE R. LANIER BEULAVILLE Odie Ran dolph Lanier, 76, of Kinston, died Sunday. Funeral, Ed gerton Funeral Home. Beula ville. Burial, J.H. Sanderson Cemetery, Pink Hill Surviving: wife, Mrs. Lula Lanier; daughter, Mrs. Mar garet Wood of LaGrange; stepmother, Mrs. Lillie Lanier of Clayton; brothers, Corbett Lanier of Mount Olive, Dick Lanier of Beula ville; a grandchild; two great-grandchildren. CHRISTOPHER S. BELL CLINTON - Christopher Scott Bell, infant son of Rex and Linda Tucker Bell, died Saturday. Graveside service. Holly Grove Holiness Church Cemetery. Surviving: sister, Miss Debbie Ann Bell of the home; brother; Rex Bell Jr. of the home; maternal grand K4- . ., I K4-C I. .. jJUlvim, i?II. anu 1*113. jvir nings Tucker of Warsaw; paternal grandmother, Mrs. Hattie Bell of Clinton; ma ternal great-grandparents, Mrs. Lillie Mae Tucker of Warsaw and Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Miller of Pink Hill. ANNIE MAE GATTL1N PINK HILL - Annie Mae Gattlin, 85, died Sunday. Funeral, Jones Funeral Home. Burial. Onslow Me morial Park. Surviving; sons, Abram C. Williams of Washington, N.C., Wallace W. Williams of Virginia Beach, Va., James A. Williams of Jack sonville, Kelly Williams of Alabama; daughter, Mrs. Rosa Lee Ross of Kinston; halfbrother, Charlie E. Mid gctt of Fairfield; 22 grand children; nine great-grand children. DANIEL DAVIS MOUNT OLIVE - Daniel Davis. 82. died Friday. Fu neral, Tyndall Funeral Home chapel. Burial, Maplewood Cemetery. Surviving: daughters. Mrs. Ruby L. Leonard of Lexington. Mrs. William D. Waters of Raleigh; sisters. Mrs. Herbert Eunice Brock of Warsaw, Mrs. Alton Nannie Tavlor of Favette ville, Mrs. Fronnie Walker of Clinton; four grandchildren. CANARIE H. KORNEGAY MAGNOLIA - Mrs. Canary Hoods Kornegay. 70, died Tuesday. Funeral, First Baptist Church. Rose Hill. Burial. Boon? family ceme tery. Surviving: daughter. Mrs. Helen H. Farrior of Fay ettcvillc; sons. Jimmy Hooks and Matthew Hooks Jr.. both of Magnolia. Kenneth Hooks of Hyattsville. Md., James L. Hooks of Philadelphia. Pa.; stepsons. William Kornegay. Jessie Kornegay and Brutus K irncgay. all of Magnolia. Raymond Kornegay of Plain field. N.J.; stepdaughters. Mrs. Carolyn Wilkerson of New York City. Mrs. Nellie Hobbs of Mount Olive, Mrs. Irene Glaspie of Magnolia. Mrs. Daisy Farmer and Mrs. Mildred Toncy. both of New ark. N.J.; brothers. Raymond Brown of Wallace. Elton Brown of Fayetteville. Willie Brown of Goldsboro; sisters. Mrs. Emma Nevvkirk of Rose Hill. Mrs. Lula Mae Spencer of Raleigh. Mrs. Annie Ruth Robinson of Shingle Springs. Calif.; 12 grandchildren; three great grandchildren. DUPLIN TIMES-PROGRESS SENTINEL Published Weekly by DUPLIN PUBLISHING CO., INC. Ike Riddick, Publisher P.O. 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