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Herbert Meek STANFILL

Name:    H. Stanfill
 SSN:    263-62-5996  
 Last Residence:    33830  Bartow, Polk, Florida, United States of America
 Born:    2 Jul 1902
 Died:    Nov 1981
 State (Year) SSN issued:    Florida (1957 )


Ruby Iola MCDONALD

Name:    Ruby Stanfill
 SSN:    265-30-1451  
 Last Residence:    33830  Bartow, Polk, Florida, United States of America
 Born:    23 Sep 1900
 Died:    Jan 1994
 State (Year) SSN issued:    Florida (Before 1951 )


Lucy Thelma MCDONALD

Name:    Lucy Williams
 SSN:    267-50-5240  
 Last Residence:    32211  Jacksonville, Duval, Florida, United States of America
 Born:    22 May 1897
 Died:    Sep 1975
 State (Year) SSN issued:    Florida (1952-1953 )


Cecil Herbert STRICKLAND

Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. at the Seventh Day Adventist Church for C. H. Strickland, Sr., 65, a resident of Pine Ridge, who died unexpectedly yesterday morning at his home. He was a veteran of World War I, a mason and a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Mr. Strickland was formerly with the Brunswick Port Authority. He is survived by two sons, C.H., Jr. of Brunswick and Ralph Strickland of Lacentre, Minnesota; three daughters, Mrs. Janet Faulk, Fernandina Beach, FL and Mrs. Genelle Clark, and Mrs. Juanita Tenczar, both of Brunswick; and eleven grandchildren. The Rev. Wayne Pleasants and the Rev. George Robinson will officiate and burial will be in Palmetto Cemetery. The body will lie in the church from 3 and 4 p.m. Military rites will be conducted at the graveside.  Active pallbearers will be Cecil Self, Gordon Self, Charles Drawdy, Richard Dukes, Earl Poore and Tommy Arthur.  Honorary pallbearers will be Mitchell Owens, Dr. Herbert Kirchman, Dr. Tom Stutts, W.J. Crumpton,  J.T. Bennett, James Thomas, Clarke Wiggins, John Sinkhorn, Hubert Land, Robert Tait, Scarlett Beech, Jimmy Strickland, Tom Missildine, Ashley Wood, Tommy Thomas, B.F. Thornton, Jack Baumgardner, Rudy Baumgardner and Ruben Tennenbaum. Gibson-Hart-Durden Funeral Home is in charge.


Eloise Elizabeth KENNEDY

Eloise Elizabeth KENNEDY
Mrs. C. H. Strickland, 59, a resident of Pine Ridge, died yesterday afternoon in a Fernandina Beach hospital. She had resided here for the past 43 years and was a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Survivors include her husband, two sons, C.H., of Brunswick, and Ralph Strickland of Lacentre, Minn.; three daughters, Mrs. Janet Faulk, Fernandina Beach, Mrs. Genelle Clark, Brunswick and Mrs. Juanita Tenczar, Brunswick; 11 grandchildren; three brothers, W.H. Kennedy, Lyons, Fred Kennedy, Jacksonville, and J.H. Kennedy, Brunswick; three sisters, Mrs. Kate Wetherington, of Brunswick, Mrs. Evenly Grant, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and Mrs. Willie Davis, of Savannah. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 4 p.m. at the Seventh Day Adventist Church. The Rev. Wayne Pleastent and the Rev. George Roberson will officiate. Burial will be in Palmetto cemetery. Active pallbearers will be J.L. Hamilton, Ed Tankersley, Charles Drawdy, Earl Poore, Gordon Self, and Cecil Self. Honorary pallbearers will be Rev. Silas Aldridge, the Rev. Richard Baty, Sheriff M.E. Owens, Clair Jones, Dr. Herbert Kirchman, Hubert Land, E. Coleman Drury, Alfred Spaulding, Henry Spaulding, Jim Strickland, Sammy Middleton, John Lane, Clarke Wiggins, W. E. Crumpton, W.S. Newman Jr., S.T. Hendricks and Tommy Arthur. The Gibson-Hart-Durden Funeral Home is in charge.

Ancestors of Eloise Elizabeth KENNEDY


     +7. William KENNDY (b.1695-Ireland)
    +6. John KENNEDY (b.Bucks,Pennsylvania d.1799)
    |+7. Mary HENDERSON (b.Ireland)
   +5. Stephen KENNEDY (b.11 Feb 1797-COLUMBUS-COUNTY,GA. d.4 May 1874-STATESBORO. GA.)
   |+6. Elizabeth JIMERSON
  +4. Jimmerson KENNEDY (b.7 Sep 1817-Tattnall County,Georgia d.27 Aug 1893-Bulloch County,Georgia)
  ||+6. Henry HOLLAND
  |+5. Mary HOLLAND (b.11 Feb 1797-COLUMBIA COUNTY,GA. d.16 Dec 1844-STATESBORO,GA.  BULLOCH COUNTY)
  | +6. Sarah CLAY
 +3. Josiah KENNEDY (b.16 Jun 1837-Tattnall County,Georgia d.3 Oct 1917-Glennville,Tattnall County,Georgia)
 |+4. Nicey COLLINS (b.1816-Bulloch County,Ga. d.1863)
+2. William Yancey KENNEDY (b.3 Jun 1862-Reidsville,Tattnall County,Georgia d.12 Apr 1912-Reidsville,Tattnall County,Georgia)
||          +14. Nicholas TIGHMAN
||         +13. Thomas TIGHMAN
||        +12. Nicholas TILGHMAN
||       +11. Nicholas TILGHMAN
||      +10. Christopher TILGHMAN
||      |+11. Jane BENSON
||     +9. Christopher TILGHMAN (b.1600-Kent County,England d.James City,Virginia)
||     |+10. Anna SANDERS
||    +8. Gideon TILGHMAN (b.ACCOMAC COUNTY,VA. d.7 May 1720-SOMERSET COUNTY,MD.)
||    |+9. Ruth DEVONSHIRE
||   +7. John Stephen TILGHMAN (b.15 Sep 1689-SOMERSET COUNTY,MD. d.26 Mar 1732)
||   |+8. Margert MANAX
||  +6. John TILGHMAN (b.23 Feb 1730/1731-Somerset,maryland d.1830-BULLOCH COUNTY,GA.)
||  |+7. Rasanna TAPPER
|| +5. Joesph Isiah TILLMAN (b.6 Jan 1792-JONES COUNTY,N.C. d.5 May 1845-TATTNALL COUNTY,GA.)
|| |+6. Sarah EGGARTON (b.1760 d.1845)
||+4. James M. TILLMAN (b.8 Oct 1817-BULLOCH COUNTY,GA. d.15 Sep 1871-TATTNALL COUNTY,GA.)
|||+5. Catherine CHEWNING (b.23 Feb 1796 d.10 Sep 1830-TATTNALL COUNTY,GA.)
|+3. Elizabeth Everett TILLMAN (b.10 Apr 1846-Tattnall County,Georgia d.11 Nov 1918)
| |    +9. Nathaniel I EVERETT (b.1678-CHOWAN COUNTY,N.C.)
| |   +8. Nathaniel , Jr. EVERETT (b.1707-CHOWAN COUNTY,N.C.)
| |   |+9. MARY (d.1744)
| |  +7. John EVERETT (b.1743-TYRRELL COUNTY,N.C. d.Bulloch County,Georgia)
| |  |+8. ELIZABETH
| | +6. Joshua EVERETT (b.27 Sep 1774-TYRRELL COUNTY,N.C. d.14 Feb 1846-CHANDLER COUNTY,GA.)
| | |+7. Sarah FAGAN (b.1746-TYRRELL COUNTY,N.C.)
| |+5. John Carter EVERETT (b.1 Sep 1801-TYRRELL COUNTY,N.C. d.30 Nov 1885-BULLOCH COUNTY,GA.)
| ||+6. Jane CARTER (b.12 Oct 1780-N.C. d.8 Feb 1864-BOSTON GA. Thomas COUNTY)
| +4. Sarah EVERETT (b.5 Dec 1824-BULLOCH COUNTY,GA. d.18 Jul 1898-BULLOCH COUNTY,GA.)
|  |+6. Benjamin ELLIS
|  +5. Elizabeth ELLIS (b.26 May 1803-N.C. d.14 Jul 1851-BULLOCH COUNTY,GA.)
|   | +8. Philip MAINCEY
|   |+7. Jacob MINCEY
|   +6. Absalean MINCEY
1. Eloise Elizabeth KENNEDY (b.8 Jun 1902-Reidsville,Tattnall County,Georgia d.14 Aug 1961-Ferandina Beach,Nassau County,Flordia-Humpheys Memorial)
|  +5. Thomas LUCAS
| +4. John F. LUCAS (b.1816-South Carloina)
|+3. Rufus Napoleon LUCAS (b.14 Jun 1842-Orangeburg,Orangeburg County,South Carloina d.19 Oct 1919-Toombs County,Georgia)
|||+5. John R. TYLER (b.1797-Orangeburg d.10 Mar 1871)
||+4. Barbara TYLER (b.1818-South Carloina)
|| +5. ELIZABETH (b.1800-Orangeburg)
+2. Cora Frances LUCAS (b.26 Dec 1877-Swansea,Lexington County,South Carloina d.23 Jun 1957-Savannah,Chatham County,Georgia)
 | +5. William B. BRADLEY (b.1785-Winton County,South Carliona d.1856-Barnwell County,South Carliona)
 |+4. John Wesley BRADLEY (b.1828-Barnwell County,South Carliona d.4 Aug 1876-Barnwell County,South Carliona)
 |||+6. William CAVE
 ||+5. Elizabeth CAVE (b.1794 d.1865-Barnwell County,South Carliona)
 || +6. Rebecca MCMILLAN
 +3. Sarah Elizabeth BRADLEY (b.8 Jun 1851-Barnwell,Barnwell County,South Carliona d.16 Apr 1920-Toombs County,Georgia)
  +4. Rachel SNELLLING (b.1829 d.9 Aug 1865-Barnwell County,South Carliona)


Geneva STRICKLAND

Geneva, the nine-month-old daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Strickland, died at their residence at Chapple Crossing this morning. She died from congenital heart failure. Her doctor was Webb Conn, Md.  She is survived by her parents, three sisters, Jennett, Genelle, Juanita, and one brother, C.H. Strickland Jr. (one brother left out Ralph S. Strickland).

Funeral services will be held at the residence tomorrow at 3:30 o'clock, conducted by I.L. Bishop and Rev. W.F. Jamison and Ruth Newton. Internment will be in Palmetto Cemetery. Arrangements in charge of Gibson Hart Funeral Home.

Card  thanks
We desire express to our friends our sincere appreciation for the sympathy and beautiful floral offering during the hour of our recent bereavement, the lost of our darling baby Geneva. (Signed by  Mr.&  Mrs. C.H. Strickland family)


David Irvin DAWSON

He was a member of the Liberty County draft board during World War I, and served as clerk of the Liberty County Superior Court for 22 years commencing in 1936. He was a resident of Hinesville, but a member of the Rye Patch Baptist Church, located in the first community in which he resided when he came to Liberty County.


Ruby Mabel DELK

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John Andrews DELK

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Gravestone photo and info

William H. Delk and John Andrew Delk built homes near that of their family, and resided there with their wives (both daughters of Sandford V. Chandler) and families during the early part of their lives.  Annie & John after marrying lived in a small tenant house on Annie's father's farm near the Ware Place on August Road.  At the end of that year they moved to Ludowici, Georgia.  They lived in another, but larger, tenant house, called the Tile Place, which was part of the W.S. Delk farm.

-J. A. Delk was both Moderator & Chairman of Executive Committe of BAPTIST UNION ASSOCIATION held with  Ella Grove Church in Tattnall Co. GA on Oct 10th, 11th and 12th 1919

MEMORIAL OF ELD. J. A. DELK, LUDOWICI, GA.
Eld. John Andrews Delk, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Delk  of Liberty County, GA, and was born August 31, 1880, near Gumbranch, GA, and Gumbranch Church. He grew up in favor with God and man and about the age of 14 years, he joined the Gumbranch Baptist Church, where he lives the life of a consistent Christian Gentleman, and was married to Miss Annie Chandler, of Greenville, S.C. on the 12th day of January 1904. He felt the high and noble calling of Preaching and thus began his ministerial career in 1906. He attended Furman University of Greenville, S.C. endeavoring to provide the necessity of his family and secure the University training in 1908, striving to the extend of great hardships. He then moved to Waycross, GA, and worked for Mr. Baxter, in the furniture business and was religiously connected with the Second Baptist Church of that city and served as Pastor for a while, in an active way. In that city, he was highly esteemed and later moved back to Liberty Co., and settled him a home near the place of his nativity, where he could be near to his aged father in his declining years. He thus lived and strived to the interest of his God, home, and Country. He moved his Church membership to Poplar Baptist Church from Waycross, GA, and on the 24th day of September 1916 he was duly ordained to active spheres of the Ministery: and the Presbytery consisting of Elders O. B. Rustin, and A. V. Barnard of Glennville, GA.

He was called to the Pastorial Care of Ella Grave Baptist Church and served as such one pastorate and supplied the Bragg Baptist Church, in Bryan Co., a short while. To show the esteem in which he was held by his brethen, he was elected to the Moderatorship at the Baptist Union Association in October 1916, and served consequently until October 1920, being four years and declined re-election on the account of his then failing health. He was also a member of the Executive Committee of the above Association for four years. He was also one of the Directors of the Christian Liberator until his decease. He was a man above the average in his community and country in the interest of education, religion, and common morals. He was a man that lived above reproach and suspicion and was very devoted to his family from wife to children. He manifested the greatest of interest in them and in their welfares of life. In 1921, he and his wife and eon moved their Church membership to the Rye-Patch Baptist Church near Ludowici, GA, where his aged father's membership is. In the year of 1917, be was seriously attacked of Pneumonia, and its powerful mastery of his system, from which he never did fully recuperate. It developed into a chronic throat condition, from which he suffered for months. Never-the-less, he worked on under painful circumstances until late in the autumn of 1921 when he was compelled to surrender to the then slow approach of the dreaded messenger of the human mind and carnal temperment to await the execution of the in-evitable fate which is the common lot of all men. Sensible of his having to obey the messenger's command, he related his last testament to his loved ones of his disposition of his earthly goods and the repose of his soon to be life-less body. So on the night of Dec. 28, 1922, about 1 o'clock, the Chief  Shepherd of the Flock, Christ, and God the Father called him from earthly responsibilities to that of  rest-for-evermore. He died the Hero for his Lord and Master.

On December 29, his remains were laid to rest in the Gumbranch Cemetery with Masonic Honors, the same of which he was a faithful member of for quite a number of years. The funeral discourse was delivered by his Pastor Eld. O. B. Rustin, of Glennville, GA, and participated in by the following Ministers, Elders A. V. Barnard of Glennville, Georgia, W. C DeLoach of Willie, Georgia, W. J. Edwards of Willie, Georgia, Chas. Soarboro of Ludowici, Georgia. The Pall Bearers were all Ministers, the same as concured in the funeral procedures; Elders Rustin, Barnard, DeLoach, Edwards, Scarboro, Hodges, and they were all Masons, participating in the ritualistic rites of the Masonic Procedures. Elder Delk is survived by his aged father, Mr. W.S. Delk, his mother having gone on before to the realms of the unknown to moral sensibilities. His other survivors are his beloved wife and five children as follows: sons: Shelton, 17 years, Lucius, 14 years, J.A. Jr. 11 years, David, 3 months, Marion, 2 years,  and one brother, Dr. W. H. Delk, of Greenville, S.C. and sisters as follows; Mrs. J. F. Howard, Lakeland, Fla., Mrs. M. B. McDonald, of Wauchula, Fla., Mrs. J. A. Kirkland, Glennville, Ga., Mrs. D. I. Dawson of Hinesville, GA., and Mrs. J. R. McDonald, of Odum, Ga. The Church and country has lost a good man, earth hath its losses and eternity its gains. To the Bereaved and Survivors we tender our heartfelt condolences, and in the language of the Postees, we pray; "Tarry with, O my Savior lay my head upon thy breast Till thee; then awake me, Morning of eternal rest."

Dedication
I humbly and lovingly dedicate this memorial to my dear brother and co-laborer in Common Cause of our loving and Ardent Master. His Pastor,  O.B. Rustin, Glennville, Ga.
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John A. Delk died 29, Dec.1921, in Liberty co.GA, death certificate -
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Ann Theresa CHANDLER

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Annie was born 23 Oct 1881 daughter of Sandford Vandiver Chandeler & Hannah Teresa Adair. She died 17 Jan 1975,and was buried at Woodlawn Cemetery on a lot belonging to Marion and Bill Delk. She was of Greenville, S.C. (another source Masons says Pelzer SC)

Because of the many house chores and farm duties, Annie's schooling ended in the fourth grade. Annie was only five years old when her oldest sister, Alice, married at age fifteen. Two and a half years later her second sister, Elizabeth (Sally), married at age fifteen. When Annie was only fourteen years old her third sister, Mamie, married at age twenty. This left Lou Ella and Annie to do most of the work. Lou Ella, Annie's oldest sister, married on December 28, 1899 at age twenty one. Annie was then eighteen years old with four young brothers and her mother needed her help with their care. Not much is known about Annie's teenage life except she developed into an attractive, lovely and likeable young lady. Her husband's father, John Andrew, suffered a stroke, so on her birthday, October 23, 1915, with tears in her eyes, Annie and family moved to Liberty County near her husband's father's farm. In 1920 John Andrews moved the family into a six room house he built on a track of land his father gave him. On December 28, 1921 John Andrews died leaving Annie with five boys - the youngest only three months old. In March of 1922 Annie moved in with her parents near the Ware Place, SC. Five boys were too much for Annie's parents so in the early spring of 1923 Annie sub-rented from Hugh Stone the Putnam farm on Augusta Road. That winter (1923) Annie agreed to buy from her father the house and farm previously owned by her brother Raymond. After two years there, in the winter of 1925 Anne moved to Greenville where she lived for two years, and in 1927 returned to her farm on the Augusta Road. In 1939 Annie sold her farm and on January 1, 1940 she moved into a house at 315 E. Hillcrest Drive. Greenville, Sc. Annie loved that house, the location, the neighbors, and was very happy there. On January 17, 1975 she died. She was 93 years and 3 months old at the time.


John Andrews DELK Jr.

-Was eleven  years old when his father died.
-Military Service: DELK, John A., 34779255. Born Dec. 23, 1910 at Waycross, GA. Home Address: Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina.

Entered active duty July 24, 1943 at Camp Croft, SC. Had FA Basic Training, PFC Field Linesman in communications 22 months as light truck driver and as jeep driver for his commanding officer. Discharged January 9, 1946 at Camp Gordon, Augusta, GA. Awarded American Theatre Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal and WWII Victory Medal. Corporal rating.