TERRELL, Albert | THURMOND , Ruby Ragsdale |THOMASON, Lomie Wilbanks | TURNER, Clyde H. | TURNER , W. F. | THRELKELD , Radford |


Albert Terrell, 54, was stricken suddenly at 5 p.m. Saturday, while walking along a street near the street near the East school building in Newcomerstown. He was enroute to his home at the time. Mr. Terrell was born in Banks County, Ga., June 6, 1888. Surviving are the wife, mother, Mrs. Jane Miller of Alto, Ga.; a son, Marcus Terell of Newcomerstown, and four daughters, Miss Hazel Terrell and Mrs. Lenora Gay, both of Newcomerstown, Mrs. Evan Davies of Port Washington, and Mrs. James Davies of California. No funeral arrangements have been made. Source: The Coshocton Tribune, Coshocton, Ohio. Issue date July 19, 1942. Transcribed 2005 by Jacqueline King


LOMIE WILBANKS THOMASON, born Banks County on November 28, 1912 and died at a private nursing home on September 30, 2003. Daughter of the late William and Mary Stewart Wilbanks. Preceded in death by husband, Marion Jones Thomason, son, Milton Thomason, five sisters, Lavada D. Franklin, Etta W. Caudell, Annie Wilbanks, Essie Wilbanks and Lola Wilbanks, and two brothers, Gardner Wilbanks and Marlow Wilbanks.

Survivors include a daughter, Trudy Wade, Alto, son, Mannan J. Thomason, Alto, brother, Ferd Wilbanks, Alto, Burial was in Mud Creek Baptist Church cemetery, Habersham County

Ruby Ragsdale THURMOND, 72, died May 1, 1979, in Laurens, SC. She was born Feb. 19, 1907 in Banks County, GA, the daughter of the late Joe J. and Lugenie Crump Ragsdale. She lived for most of her years in the Red Hill community of Franklin County. She was a member of Hunters Creek Baptist Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Rev. George Thurmond. Survivors included her daughter, Mrs. Zack Seymour; son, Maj. George Verlyn Thurmond; sisters, Mrs. Olin Whitfield, Mrs. Monroe Boling and Miss Bernice Ragsdale; and five grandchildren. Services were held at Hunters Creek Baptist Church with the Rev. James Whitlock officiating. Interment was in the Hunters Creek Baptist Church Cemetery.

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CLYDE H. TURNER, born Banks County, September 15, 1915, died September 26, 2003 in at Northeast Georgia Medical Center, Gainesville, Ga. Son of the late Claude and Rader Dodd Turner. He was a member of Enon Baptist Church. Mr. Turner was preceded in death by a son, Edward Hoyt Turner, two daughters, Dianne Chapman and Sharon Kay Turner, two brothers, Lester Turner and Bennie Turner, and two sisters, Imogene Lewallen and Joyce Burke.

He is survived by his wife, Maud Wilson Turner, Lula; daughters, Bobbie Robinson and Linda Saxon, Lula and Debbie Holtzzclaw of Gainesville; sons, Kenneth Turner and Dwight Turner, Lula; sisters, Margie Nell Colbert, Gainesvile, and Altheda Davis, Cleveland; brothers, Roy Turner and James Turner of Lula.

Burial was in the Enon Baptist Church Cemetery.

W. F. TURNER, 90, died April 23, 2001. He was preceded in death by parents, William & Mae Waters Turner; wife, Floyce Chambers Turner; daughter, Mary Ruth Dill; sisters, Margaret Turk, Avarilla Carpenter, Rose, Ellen & Jennie Turner; brothers, Byron & Pope Turner. Services were April 25, 2001 at Rock Springs Baptist Church. Interment was in Rock Springs Baptist Church Cemetery in Lula, GA. Funeral arrangements were by South Chapel, Whitfield Funeral Home of Baldwin.

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Radford Threlkeld Atlanta Constitution, May 5, 1918 Funeral Notices Remains of Radford E. Threlkeld, 30 years of age, who died Saturday at a local hospital, were carried to Lula, Ga., for funeral and internment. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. E. J. Threlkeld of Lula, Ga.; three brothers, J. K., A. C. and E. C. Threlkeld, of East Point, Ga., and seven sisters. Awtry & Lowndes Co., funeral directors

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