Individual Notes

Note for:   William Hartwell Lacy,   26 Aug 1904 - 9 Jan 1975         Index

Event:   
     Type:   SSN
     Place:   254-01-4352

Burial:   
     Place:   Stephens Memorial Gardens, Stephens County, Georgia


Individual Notes

Note for:   Florence Adella Holloway,   30 Jul 1881 - 10 Mar 1934         Index

Burial:   
     Place:   Concord Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Jay, Santa Rosa County, Florida


Individual Notes

Note for:   William Jackson Lacy,   May 1843 - Apr 1923         Index

Occupation:   
     Place:   Farmer

Individual Note:
     William (Billy) J. Lacy was a Private in the Infantry Battalion, Smith’sLegion, Georgia Volunteers, May 12, 1862. He was transferred to Co. K,65th Regiment Georgia Infantry, March 1863. Billy was in the Loudon,Tennessee hospital, March 15, 1863. Sick in Knoxville, Tennessee,hospital, July 26, 1863. Detailed with Infirmary Corps August 1864.Paroled at Richmond, Virginia, April 21, 1865.

LACY, William Jackson
Present address Addison, Al.
Born April 9, 1840 Habersham County, Ga. first entered the service as Pvton
April 26, 1862 at Habersham, Ga. in the 65th Ga Inf Co K till 1865 when I
was paroled at Athens, Ga. No records



Individual Notes

Note for:   Daniel Giddiens,   1900/1910 - 1900/1910         Index

Individual Note:
     Was always sickly. Died early, around age 3. Had learned to talk withsense.



Individual Notes

Note for:   Jerry Giddiens,   7 Nov 1930 - 11 Feb 1998         Index

Event:   
     Type:   SSN
     Place:   263-44-7281

Burial:   
     Place:   Sapp Memorial Cemetery, Jackson County, Florida


Individual Notes

Note for:   Francis Lucille Nobles,   30 Sep 1932 - 19 Nov 2004         Index

Nickname:   Teenie

Event:   Greenville County, South Carolina Probate Case #04ES2302102
     Type:   Will signed

Burial:   
     Place:   Forest Lawn Memorial Park Mausoleum, Anderson, Anderson County, South Carolina

Individual Note:
     Frances Powell

11/20/2004 (Publication Date) Anderson (SC) Independent Mail

Sept. 30, 1932 -- Nov. 19, 2004

SIMPSONVILLE -- Frances Lucille Nobles Powell, 72, of 406 Hunting Creek Drive, formerly of Pensacola, Fla., died Friday, Nov. 19, 2004, at Greenville Memorial Hospital.

Born in Chadbourne, N.C., she was a member of the Family Worship Center Assembly of God Church in Pensacola, and was a teacher of the Pillows of Faith Senior Group in Pensacola. She was a homemaker.

Surviving are widower, Marvin Jackson Powell of the home; sons, Richard Powell of Houston, and Gregg Powell of Petal, Miss.; daughters, Loretta Pearson of Mauldin, and Sherry Maloney and Jackey Camstock, both of Clinton, Iowa; sisters, Estelle Powell and Josephine McKinney, both of Pensacola; 12 grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.

She was preceded in death by one brother, Eugene Nobles.

Services are at 2:30 p.m. Monday at The McDougald Funeral Home chapel by the Rev. Julian Walker; entombment will follow in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Mausoleum, Anderson. The body is at the funeral home where the family will receive friends from 1 to 2 p.m. Monday.

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Clinton (IA) Herald, Monday, December 6, 2004

Frances Lucille Nobles Powell, 72, of 406 Hunting Creek Drive, Simpsonville, S.C. died Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2004, at her home.

She had formerly lived in Pensacola, Fla. for 25 years. In Clinton, IA previously.

She was born in Chadbourne, N.C. and grew up there. She was a member of the Family Worship Center Assembly of God Church in Pensacola and was a teacher of the Pillows of Faith Senior Group there. She was a homemaker and mother of five children.

Surviving are her husband of 51 years, "Jack" Powell; sons Richard Powell of Houston, TX and Gregg Powell of Petal, Miss.; daughters Loretta (Butler) Pearson of Mauldin, S.C. and Sherry ("Sissy") Malone and Jackie (Powell) Comstock, both of Clinton, Ia. and two sisters, Estelle Powell and Josephine McKinney, both of Pensacola, Fla. She had 12 grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren.

She loved to cook, clean and sing. She also loved to be by the water and go fishing.

She was proceeded in death by her former husband of 4 years, Wilton Carl Butler; her parents William Vester ("Pete") and Dora Melinda ("Punch") Nobles; and by her one brother Eugene Nobles - all of Chadbourne, N.C. And also by her great-grandson Dylan Slattery.

Services were held at The McDougald Funeral Home Chapel by the Rev. Julian Walker and entombment followed in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Mausoleum in Anderson, S.C. Songs were "The Eastern Gate" and "Swing Low Sweet Chariot"

"Rest In Peace Mom ... We Will See You In The Morning"