Obits For The Strickland Surname
From Tate County, Mississippi
Lucy Renna Dean Strickland
Tate County Democrat
Dec 19, 1935
Mrs. F. B. Strickland Dies After Third Stroke
Mrs. F. B. Strickland, 68, of Poagville died at midnight on Dec 16, after two weeks of illness, she suffering from her third stroke aggravated by a cerebral hemorrhage.
Mrs. Strickland was an active member of the Antioch Church of Christ for many years. The funeral services were held at Mt Zion, followed by burial Monday afternoon near Independence. Rev. D. H. Perkins of Senatobia was in charge of the funeral services.
The deceased leaves her husband F. B. Strickland, three sons, Eugene Strickland of Poagville, Roy Strickland of Memphis, and Jack Strickland of Olive Branch; two daughters Mrs. V. C. Lewis and Mrs. Ira J. Moore of Independence; and a sister Mrs. Lewis Strickland of Memphis. Thirty-six grandchildren are also left.
Pate and McCormick were in charge of the services.
Dec 19, 1935
News reached here this morning (Monday) of the death of Mrs. Frank Strickland of Bowmantown. She silently passed away Sunday night after a severe lingering illness. She was in her 70's and loved by all who knew her. Funeral services were held at Mt Zion Monday afternoon at 3:00 ---
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---al children and grandchildren to mourn her passing, besides a host of other relatives and friends. Our deepest of heart felt sympathy goes out to them in their sad hour of bereavement.
Francis Berry Strickland
Tate County Democrat
February 21, 1946
Frank Strickland age 76, died suddenly at his home near Poagville following a heart attack, Wednesday, February 20. Funeral services were conducted Thursday, February 21, at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon by
Rev H I Copeland, Minister of the Church of Christ, Senatobia.
The C O Pate Funeral Home of Senatobia was in charge of funeral arrangements.
Mr. Strickland was a member of the Church of Christ since early manhood. He has operated a blacksmith shop for many years. He was a man who was loved and respected by all who knew him.
He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ira Moore of Coldwater; three sons, Eugene Strickland of Coldwater, Roy Strickland of Memphis, and Jack Strickland of Miller, Miss; 40 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren.
Maston Louis Strickland
THE SENATOBIA DEMOCRAT, SENATOBIA, MS
SEPTEMBER 13TH, 1907
NEWS OF THE DEATH OF M. L. STRICKLAND WAS UNEXPECTED--WAS VISITING IN CALHOUN COUNTY.
News reached here a few days ago of the death of M. L. STRICKLAND. MR. STRICKLAND was visiting in Calhoun County. His death was unexpected and caused from heart failure. He retired and was complaining of a slight headache and next morning was found a corpse. His remains were brought home and interred in a family cemetery on his place near Coldwater.
MR. STRICKLAND was one of our oldest citizens and one of our most prosperous planters. He was always identified with the best interest of his country; gave much of his time to the Church and it's cause. He held the esteem of his fellow man and his death is keenly regretted. The Democrat joins a host of friends in extending sympathy to the bereaved family in their sad bereavement.
Tate County Record,
May 30, 1884.
Several days ago little MOLLIE, daughter of MR. & MRS. L. STRICKLAND, was digging a hole in the yard in order to set out some rose bushes, when by accident she struck her toe with the post hole digger and cut it off, or nearly so; her mother placed it back on bound it and all went well for several days: then little MOLLIE began complaining with her leg hurting, then her back and breast, in a short time she was having spasms accompanied by lock-jaw. Dr. NEELY having been called in the meantime, was faithful and attentive. Rev. Dr. McCAIN was also summoned to assist but, "the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away." So the little star that beamed only about ten summers returned to the God that gave it, Last Wednesday at 1 o'clock. Strange to say the wound never was inflamed nor feverish, but healed up immediately, and good doctors say this was the cause of her death. DR. N. says in all his practice he has never met anything like it. DR. M. says he has met with only one case and that one he could do nothing with.
Thus star by star declines,
Till all are passed away,
as morning higher and higher shines,
To pure and perfect day.
Nor sink those stars in empty night,
But hide themselves in heaven's own light.
Mary Caroline Crenshaw Strickland
Feb 11, 1932
We were saddened to learn of the death of Mrs. Strickland. Mrs. Strickland was a woman of true and sterling qualities. Hers was an amiable and pleasant disposition. Her life was one of service and devotion to her children and friends. It had been the writer's privilege to know her for quite a number of years and to be in her company was indeed a pleasure, and an inspiration for good. She is survived by ten children, five daughters, also a host of grandchildren and great grandchildren. Our sympathy goes out to them in this dark hour of sorrow. Truly she will be missed.
Jesse Louis Strickland
Tate County Democrat
Aug 16, 1928
Cedar Ridge News
We were not surprised to learn of the death of Jesse Strickland as we had hourly expected it for a long time. Poor boy, he had suffered so much that death came as a blessed relief to him. "We sympathize with his grief stricken wife and children.
Tate Co, MS Democrat
August 16, 1928
Card Of Thanks
I wish to thank the good people and many kind friends who so freely rendered us help in the saddest hour of our life, for the heartfelt sympathy shown us and the beautiful flowers given. We especially thank
Dr and Mrs. Thompson for their untiring service. May Gods richest blessings rest upon each one of you is our prayer.
Mrs. Jesse Strickland and Children.
Name and Date of Paper Is Unknown
Died 16 Dec 1968
Coldwater-Eugene Strickland, 78, retired blacksmith, died yesterday at his home near here. Services will be at 2 p.m. today at C O Pate Funeral Home at Senatobia with burial in Mount Zion Cemetery at Independence, Miss. He leaves a son, Sgt Lehman Strickland of San Antonio, Texas; four daughters, Mrs. Estol W Stevens of Memphis, Mrs. Cash Journagan of Stockton, Calif., Mrs. James Bailey and Mrs. Thompson Bailey, both of Coldwater; and a brother Jack Strickland of Miller; and a sister, Mrs. Ira J Moore of Coldwater.
Alfred Ross Strickland
Name and Date of Newspaper is unknown
Alfred R. Strickland
Died: 15 Apr 1945
Services Will Be Held Tomorrow For I C Engineer
Services for Alfred R. Strickland of 1424 Preston, who died of a heart attack at St Joseph Hospital at 8:30 yesterday morning will be held at National Funeral Home at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon. The
Rev Charles Ross will officiate. Burial will be in Forrest Hill. He was 64.
Mr Strickland was an engineer with the Illinois Central Railroad. He was born at Coldwater, Miss., and had lived here 29 years. He was a member of McLemore Avenue Christian Church.
He leaves his wife, Mrs Jane Strickland; a son, M L Strickland of Little Rock; two daughters Mrs Fred Gwin of Atlanta, and Mrs G W Hobbs of Tampa, Fla; three brothers, Frank Strickland and Grady Strickland of Coldwater, Miss., and Sam Strickland of Memphis; five sisters, Mrs Beulah Bugbee (Buzbee) of Taylor, Miss; Mrs Annie Lewis of Senatobia, Miss, and Mrs Alma Veazy of Sulphur Springs, Fla; Mrs Bertha (Berta) Lewis of Coldwater and Mrs Ida Dickson of Memphis and five grandchildren.
Henry Grady Strickland, Jr.
Commercial Appeal, December 11, 2001
SENATOBIA - H. G. Strickland, 91, retired auto mechanic, widower of Gladys Strickland, died Sunday at North Oak Regional Medical Center.
The Commercial Appeal, January 17, 2007
JOHN H. STRICKLAND, 83, of Memphis, died Sunday, January 14, 2007 at the Memphis Veterans Medical Center. He was retired from the Southern Towing Company and was a WWII Army veteran. He was the widower of Jean Strckland. Mr. Strickland is survived by his two sisters, Avanelle Frazier and Mary Bell Cocke, both of Senatobia, MS; many nieces and nephews; and Dot and Lloyd Barlow, who cared for him. Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, January 17 at Forest Hill Funeral Home East, with burial to follow in Forest Hill Midtown Cemetery. Visitation will be one hour before the service. Memorials may be sent to a charity of the donor's choice.
The Commercial Appeal, Thursday February 27, 2003
COLDWATER - Ralph Strickland, 73, retired Army staff sergeant, husband of Lana Strickland, died Tuesday at his home.
Letha Pardue Strickland
The South Reporter, Holly Springs, Miss Aug 7, 1973
MRS. LETHA STRICKLAND
Funeral services were held at Brantley Funeral Home, Olive Branch, on August 8 for Mrs Letha Strickland who died August 7 at 9 a.m. at Care Inn, Holly Springs. She was 73 and a resident of Olive Branch. Burial was in Mt Zion Cemetery, Independence.
She was survived by her husband, Jackson L Strickland of Olive branch; five daughters, Mrs. Ansel Joyner, Jr. of Holly Springs, Mrs. Raymond Trusty of Olive Branch, Mrs. Mildred Short of Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Johnny Joyner and Mrs. Stanley Joyner of Collierville, Tenn.; one sister, Mrs. Ruby O'Daniel of Memphis; 18 grandchildren; and 28 great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were her grandsons, Charles Short, Gerald Joyner, Billy Joyner, Jimmy Trusty, Johnny Trusty, Dennis Joyner, Harold Joyner, and Ray Godwin.
Commercial Appeal August 8, 1973
MRS. J L STRICKLAND
Mrs. Letha Strickland, 73, of Olive Branch, Miss., wife of Jackson L Strickland, died at 9 a.m., yesterday at Care Inn in Holly Springs, Miss.
Services will be at 4 p.m. today at Brantley Funeral Home in Olive Branch with burial in Mt Zion Cemetery at Independence, Miss.
She leaves five daughters, Mrs. Mildred Short of Memphis, Mrs. Johnny Joyner and Mrs. Stanley Ray Joyner, both of Collierville, Mrs. W A Joyner Jr., of Holly Springs, and Mrs. Raymond Trusty of Olive Branch; 18 grandchildren, and 28 great grandchildren.
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