Individual Notes

Note for:   Willie Mae Lacy,   5 May 1929 - 8 Mar 2005         Index

Burial:   
     Date:   10 Mar 2005
     Place:   Stephens Memorial Gardens, Toccoa, Stephens County, Georgia

Individual Note:
     EASTANOLLEE, GA. -- Willie Mae Lacy Shedd, 75, of Middle School Road died Tuesday, March 8, 2005, at her residence.

She was a daughter of the late William Hartwell and Elizabeth Inez Ivester Lacy. She was born in Stephens County, where she has lived all of her life. She was the owner and operator of the Fabrics of Fashion Store for 15 years and was a lifetime member of the Eastanollee Baptist Church, where she was a charter member of the Dorcas Sunday school class. She also did volunteer work at the Toccoa Soup Kitchen for a number of years.

Surviving are widower, Wenferd Shedd of the home; daughter, Charlotte Vigneault of Penrose, N.C.; sons, Gerald Shedd of Toccoa, Dwayne Shedd of Eastanollee and Horace Shedd and Wayne Douglas Shedd, both of Eastanollee; 10 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and brothers, James Lacy of Flowery Branch and Charles Lacy of Chesnut Mountain.

Services are at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Hillcrest Chapel of the Acree-Davis Funeral Home by the Revs. Byron Kennerly, Wayne Edwards, Johnny Thomas and Claude Smithmier; burial will be in Stephens Memorial Gardens.

The family will be at the home on Middle School Road, Eastanollee, and will receive friends at the funeral home from 3 to 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Wednesday.

March 9, 2005, Anderson (SC) Independent-Mail



Individual Notes

Note for:   Willie Elizabeth Huguley,   BET. 1900 - 1902 - 1934         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Furness Hill Cemetery, Vernon, Lamar County, Alabama


Individual Notes

Note for:   Pinkney G. Watson,   ABT. 1840 - 26 Jun 1862         Index

Individual Note:
     Enlisted March 11, 1862 at Clopton, Dale County, Alabama, as Pvt, Co B,33rd Ala Infantry, aged 23.

The Thirty-third Alabama Infantry Regiment was organized at Pensacola,FL, on 23
April 1862, with men recruited from Butler, Coffee, Covington, Dale, andMontgomery
counties. It proceeded to Corinth just after the Battle of Shiloh. Placedin the brigade
commanded by Col. Hawthorn of Arkansas, the regiment remained at Tupelountil the
Kentucky Campaign began. It was part of the brigade of Gen'l Sterling A.M. Wood of
Lauderdale, Gen'l Simon Buckner's Division, and was present at thecapture of
Munfordsville. At Perryville, the Thirty-third entered that conflictabout 500 strong, and
came out with but 88 rank and file. It came out of Kentucky with thearmy, and at
Murfeesboro the loss of the regiment was comparatively large, for it wasin Gen'l
Patrick Cleburne's Division. The remainder of the winter was spent incamps near
Tullahoma, and the regiment retired behind the Tennessee River during thesummer. In
the grand forward movement on the enemy's line at Chickamauga, theThirty-third lost
149 casualties. Gen'l Mark Perrin Lowrey of Mississippi relieved Gen'lWood after the
latter was wounded and assumed command of the brigade [16th, 33rdMississippi
regiments, and J. H. Gibson's (18th AL) and Newman's (TN) battalions] the
Thirty-third was effectively engaged at Missionary Ridge without loss. Itwas part of the
wall of fire that checked the exultant federals at Ringgold Gap, where itlost but one
man. The regiment passed the winter at Dalton, and was in the incessantbattle from
there to Atlanta, fighting during the day and entrenching at night, andlosing many by the
casualties of battle, particularly at New Hope Church, and aroundAtlanta. Having
followed Gen'l John Bell Hood into Tennessee, it moved to the assault ofthe enemy's
works at Franklin, with 285 men, and lost over two-thirds of them, mostlykilled.
Transferred to North Carolina, the Thirty-third took part in theoperations there, and a
remnant was there surrendered.

Field and staff officers: Cols. Samuel Adams (Butler; wounded,Perryville; KIA,
Kennesaw Mountain); Robert F. Crittenden (Coffee; captured, Nashville);Lt. Cols.
Daniel H. Horn ( Coffee; resigned); Robert F. Crittenden (promoted);James H.
Dunklin (Butler); Majors Robert F. Crittenden (promoted); James H.Dunklin
(wounded, Chickamauga; promoted); and Adjutants John Crosby Stallworth
(Conecuh; died, Tupelo); A. M. Moore (Greene; KIA, Chickamauga); WillisJ. Milner
(Butler)
- by Ronald D. Bridges



Individual Notes

Note for:   Virginia Powell,   12 Oct 1933 - 9 Sep 1973         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Oakdale Baptist Church Cemetery, Townville, Anderson County, South Carolina