Obituaries

Marcelyn Morrow
D: 2020-11-24
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Morrow, Marcelyn
James Hall
D: 2020-11-19
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Hall, James
Anthony Crawford
D: 2020-11-19
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Crawford, Anthony
Deborah Cameron Brown
D: 2020-11-15
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Cameron Brown, Deborah
Mattie Lawson
D: 2020-11-06
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Lawson, Mattie
James Moffitt
D: 2020-11-05
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Moffitt, James
Marie Short
D: 2020-11-02
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Short, Marie
Nathaniel Howard
D: 2020-11-01
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Howard, Nathaniel
Deacon Bobby Braggs
B: 1949-12-21
D: 2020-11-01
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Braggs, Deacon Bobby
Jesse Plott
D: 2020-10-21
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Plott, Jesse
Mae Hudson
D: 2020-10-19
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Hudson, Mae
Rev. Gregory Tippins
D: 2020-10-15
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Tippins, Rev. Gregory
Gladys Williams
D: 2020-10-14
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Williams, Gladys
Johnny Koenenn
D: 2020-10-14
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Koenenn, Johnny
John Garrett
D: 2020-10-13
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Garrett, John
Ethel Hamilton
D: 2020-10-11
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Hamilton, Ethel
Theresa Williams
D: 2020-10-10
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Williams, Theresa
Linda Rice
D: 2020-10-10
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Rice, Linda
George Tinker
D: 2020-10-06
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Tinker, George
Darryl Cabbil
D: 2020-09-26
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Cabbil, Darryl
Elizabeth Willingham
D: 2020-09-24
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Willingham, Elizabeth

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