Note for: Edward Coffee, - Index
Essex County, Virginia Records
Deeds & Wills No. 14, Page 669
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN. I Edward Coffey being in bedd of sickness but in perfett sense & emmbrey thanks bee to God; I Edward Cofey do bequeath this to bee my Last Will & Testament, -
I leave all my Land to my two Suns John Cofey and Edward Cofey Equall to be divided at Sixten Ears of age if the mother of them be ded otherwayes att Eighten Years of Ages.
I also give one Cowe & her increase to my daughter Marther Cofey att ye Ears of Sixten or at her mothers deth allso one Cowe yerlen to my Sun John Coffey & her increase
All the tenebles Stock & Bock I give to my wife Ann Cofey till her deth but if she marys then every one of my Children to have their parts as they come of age, and after ye Deces of my wife all tenables to be Equall devided between my Six children John, Edward Cofey, Marther Cofey, Ann Cofey, Austes Cofey, Elisabeth Cofey.
As witness my hand & Seall this 14th day of Febry 1715/16
Themety (mark) Selemon
Edward Cofey (his mark) Cofey
Death: NOV 1716 Elizabeth City, Essex County, VA
Note for: Tabitha Jane Powell, ABT. 1821 - BEF 7 Jun 1870 Index
Place: Resthaven Cemetery, Washington, Wilkes County, Georgia
Note for: William Wingfield Simpson, 14 May 1814 - 27 Sep 1887 Index
Place: Resthaven Cemetery, Washington, Wilkes County, GeorgiaIndividual Note:
Death of Colonel W. W. Simpson
Washington, Ga., September 27.--[Special.]
Mr. W. W. Simpson, a prominent citizen of this place, died today at the age of seventy-three.
The Atlanta Constitution, September 28, 1887, page 3.
Note for: Martha Francis Watson, 1 Jul 1858 - 20 Jan 1910 Index
Place: Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Hartford, Geneva County, Alabama
Note for: Ruth Albritton, 1919 - 24 Aug 2001 Index
PUBLISHED SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 2001 (Pensacola (FL) News-Journal]
RUTH J. SMOLENSKY
Ruth J. Smolensky, 82, of Pensacola, died Friday, August 24, 2001. Ruth
was born in Hartford, Alabama, but resided in Pensacola for the past 45
years after her husband retired from the U.S. Navy.
A.J. (Skey) Smolensky, her husband, a son, Joseph Smolensky, and a
great-greanddaughter, Meagan Smolensky preceded Ruth in death.
Ruth is survived by her sons, Wayne H. (Carine) and Michael (Regina); a
daughter, Mary Rita Hyland (Joseph); grandson, Steven W. (LeAnn);
granddaughter, Stacey A. Engstrom (Edward); great-granddaughters,
Jennifer and Caitlin; a great-grandson, Mitchell Engstrom; brothers,Shella
(Al) Albritton (Doris) and Max E. Albritton (Ann); sisters, Hatie Brown,
Blanche Johnson, and Ouida Crain (William); and many beloved family
members and friends in the Pensacola area.
The Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August
28, 2001 at Our Savior Catholic Church with Msgr. Michael Tugwell serving
as celebrant. Interment will follow at Bayview Memorial Park Cemetery.
A vigil service will be held on Monday evening, August 27, 2001 from 6:00
to 8:00 p.m. at the funeral home.
Ira Handrop, Bill Crain, Steve Gamewell, Ron Albritton, Lon P. Withers,
and George Roschell will serve as pallbearers and Steve Smolensky and
JImmy Withers will serve as honorary pallbearers.
Harper-Morris Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Note for: Rosey Voncile Branch, 28 Jul 1922 - 1995 Index
Place: Concord Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Jay, Santa Rosa County, Florida