Obituaries


Rosetta Casteele

Andrew C. Eaves

Clyde Hunter

J. E. Jackson

Isaac Leatherwood

Thomas Jefferson Lindsey

Virginia V. McMahon

Audra Leella Miles

James D. "Dee" Miller

Mrs. Loula McNeel

Mrs. G. W. Patty

Viry Rena Robertson

Albert Cleveland Robertson

Elliot Vernon Robertson

George R. Robertson

Raymond Glenn Robertson

Ruby W. Robertson

Shirley Oneal Robertson

Esther Roselle (Robertson) Ruth

William Charles Ruth

John Anderson Savage

John S. Savage

Thaddeus C. Watkins

Clyde Hunter

Funeral services were held at Mashulaville (Noxubee County) on Tuesday afternoon for Mr. Clyde HUNTER.

Source:
Thanks to Louis Taunton for providing this obituary from the November 30, 1928 issue of
The Winston County Journal.

Mrs. G. W. Patty

Mrs. G. W. PATTY died at the home of her daguther, Mrs. H. D. McKay at Phillip, Miss on Monday afternoon, November 26, 1928. Her remains were brought to Louisville and interred in Masonice Cemetery. In September Mrs. PATTY went from Louisville to spend the winter at her daughter's home. She was 57 years old. Mrs. PATTY was the last member of a prominent and well known family, her one sister and three brothers preceding her to the grave. Survivors: three sons, Magruder of Yazoo City; Giles of Florida and Walter, a student at the University; two daughters: Mrs. H. D. McKay and Miss Kathryn.

Source:
Thanks to Louis Taunton for providing this obituary from the November 30, 1928 issue of
The Winston County Journal.

J. E. Jackson

J. E. JACKSON died at his home in Stallo on Nov. 24, 1928. He was born in Neshoba County on Sept. 1, 1848; married Emily McADORY on July 17, 1870, who passed to the great beyond on April 19, 1920. Burial was at Oak Grove Baptist Church Cemetery in Winston County with Rev. B. L. McKee, pastor of Oak Grove Church and Rev. Wallace, pastor of the Stallo Methodist Episcopal Church conducting the service. Survivors: three daughters - Mrs. Josie Clark, Mrs. Beatrice Coward and Mrs. Claudie( J. M.) Clay; eight grandchildren; one half brother and sister: Mr. B. P. Jackson and Mrs. Alice Shepperd.

Source:
Thanks to Louis Taunton for providing this obituary from the November 30, 1928 issue of
The Winston County Journal.

Mrs. Jennie Cagle

The Signal dated November 24, 1883:
We are again called upon to impart the sad news to our readers of the death of a wife and mother in our little village. Mrs Jennie Cagle, the wife of Mr. J. P. Cagle, died Sunday, November 18th of consumption.  She had been a sufferer for several years.  She leaves five children and her husband to mourn the loss of a mother and wife.

Source:
Thanks to Louis Taunton for providing this obituary from his book, "Excerpts From The Winston County Index and The Winston Signal", page 53.  Louis has published several books about Winston Co.

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