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ELL1E R. WARD
% HERTFORD? Mrs. Ellie Rountree
Ward, 87, of 235 Woodland Circle,
? Hertford, died Tuesday morning,
^ March 24, 1987, in Chowan Hospital.
?; A native of Perquimans County she
. was the widow of Carroll V. Ward
aad the daughter of the late James A.
t aad Minnie Chappell Ward. She was
a member of the Hertford Baptist
Church and its Dorcas Sunday School
? Class and WMU.
*; > Survivors include a daughter, Mrs.
C- Agnes Brabble of Eden ton; a son,
John R. Ward of Hertford; a sister,
Mrs. Ruthanna Chappell of Tyner; 7
'grandchildren and 8 great-grandchil
- drea
?' Funeral services were held Thurs
i day, March 26, at 2:00 p.m. in the
'Swindell Funeral Chapel with the
/?JJ?v. Raymond Needham officiating.
:^pQrial followed in Cedarwood Ceme
tery.
?t Pallbearers were Thomas Dail,
r James Wilder, William Landing, Wil
Z lard Copeland, Robert Newton and
E Earl Winslow.
G. MATTHEW LANE
HERTFORD? Garland Matthew
Lane, 56, of Route 2, Box 221, Hert
ford, died Thursday morning, March
26, 1987, in Pitt Memorial Hospital,
Greenville.
.A native of Perquimans County he
was the son of Mrs. Lula Trueblood
Lane of Route 5, Hertford and the
late Garland Lane. He was a truck
driver for Miller Livestock Co. and a
? former member of the Winfall Volun
^teer Fire Department.
J Besides his mother, survivors in
clude his wife, Mrs. Nina Russell
. Lane; two sons, Jimmy Lane of Win
dfall and Larry Lane of Route 1,
Tyner; a sister, Ms. Marjorie Lou
Goodwin of Holiday Island; a
brother, Clyde Lee Lane of Route 5,
'Hertford ; 5 grandchildren and 2 step
grandchildren.
Graveside services were held Sat
urday at 3:00 p.m. in the Happy
Home Pentecostal Holiness Church
Cemetery, Tyner, with the Rev.
'Henry Pillow and the Rev. Daniel Le
roy officiating. Swindell Funeral
Home was in charge of arrange
menus.
GRACE C. WARD
HERTFORD? Mrs. Grace Lee
Chappell Ward, 83, of 405 N. Front
Street, Hertford, died Saturday af
ternoon, March 28, 1987, in Norfolk
General Hospital.
. A native of Perquimans County she
'.wis the daughter of the late Edward
' L. and Mary Lane Chappell and the
widow of Joseph Warren Ward. She
? formerly taught school in both Wilson
' County and Perquimans County.
Mrs. Ward was a member of Piney
; Woods Friends Meeting and its Ber
; tha White Missionary Society and at
tended Hertford Baptist Church.
? Survivors include a step-daughter,
?Mrs. Paul (Sarah) Bumbarger of
^Hickory; three sisters, Mrs. Mary
"White of Belvidere, Mrs. Addie Price
aof Crisfield, Md. and Mrs. Sara Mae
?Bardford of Norfolk, Va.; three
'brothers, Edward Chappell of St.
Louis, Mo,. Hemby Chappell of Vaca
.ville, Cal. and Howard Chappell of
."Sunbury; 6 -step-grandchildren and 4
step-great-grandchildren.
* Funeral services were held Tues
fit* most popular bread of dog in
?ie U.S. today i? the poodle.
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? The life you
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ibe your own
day at 3:00 p.m. in the Swindell Fun^
ral Chape] with the Rev. Raymond
Needham and the Rev. Joseph Moo
refield officiating. Burial was in Ce
darwood Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Marvin Riddick,
John Ward, Dr. Marshall Redding,
Calvin Lane, Eldon Winslow and
Robert Louis Stevenson.
Memorial donations may be made
to the Hertford Baptist Church,
Piney Woods Friends Meeting or the
Perquimans County Rescue Squad.
GERTUDE M. RORABAUGH
HERTFORD? Mrs. Gertrude My
ers Rorabaugh, 80, of 220 Market
Street, Hertford, and formerly of Ty
rone, Pa., died Monday afternoon,
March 30, 1937, in Chowan Hospital
Unit B.
A native of Tyrone, Pa. she was the
daughter of the late George G. and
Jennie Hunter Myers and a retired
laundry supervisor with a Tyrone
hospital. She was a member of the
First United Methodist Church in Ty
rone and the Ladies Auxiliary of the
United Transportation Union.
Survivors include a daughter, Mrs.
Steven (Dorothy) Moreland of Eliza
beth City; a son, Walter R. "Dick"
Rorabaugh of Hertford; a brother,
Sam L. Myers of Altoona, Pa.; 6
grandchildren and 7 great-grandchil
dren.
Graveside services will be held
Thursday (today) at 11 :00 a.m. in Ce
darwood Cemetery with the Rev. Wi
ley Godfrey officiating. Swindell Fu
neral Home is in charge of
arrangements.
Lloyd 'Flutch' Dail and Eugene 'Pete' Mansfield are shown
here after they recently finished the Shamrock Marathon in
Virginia Beach, Virginia. The marathon was held on March
21st. A marathon is 26 miles and 385 yards in distance.
Dail finished with a time of 3:54:37, and Mansfield finished
the marathon in a time of 4:11:24. Both men live in Perqui
mans County.
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