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Obituaries are copied from funeral bulletins and/or newspapers.

Obituaries are alphabetized by Surnames

 Emanuel-Entrekin-Epps Godwin-Harding-Harris

 Hunt- Jacobs- James



Emanuel, Mrs. Artie Mae Locklear, age 62

D. April 19, 1980

Services: Mt. Olive Baptist Church

Interment: Church Cemetery


She is survived by her husband, Mr. George W. Emanuel; her daughter Mrs. Elaine E. Oxendine; her three sisters, Mrs. Jesse Robinson, Mrs. Fonchette Sampson, and Mrs. Carol Jean Oxendine; her three grandsons, Timmy, Dobby, and Bobby Oxendine and a host of relatives and friends.


Entrekin, Jr., Mr. John Leslie

B. December 9, 1934; D. August 13, 1988

Services: Mcilwain Memorial Presbyterian Church, Gulf Breeze, Fl.


His survivors are:  wife, Arlita Linda Lowry Entrekin of Gulf  Breeze, Fl., daughter, Leslynne Green, Pemsacola, Fl., son, Jonathan, Gulf Breeze, Fl., parents, John and Sue Entrekin, Gautier, Ms., brother Bill, Mobile, Ala. And sister, Floanne Kersh, Hattiesburg, Ms.  His wife is the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pate Lowry of Pembroke, NC.


Epps, Mr. Frank Howard

B. January 6, 1904; D. 1974

Services: Ten Mile Center Baptist Church

Interment: Church Cemetery


He was the son of Alexandre and  Mary Epps of Person County, NC.   Mr. Epps is survived by his wife, Mrs. Grace S. Epps; by two sons:  Franklin of the home and James Cameron, U.S. Navy; by one daughter: Mr. James D. Booker of Raleigh, NC and by one granddaughter, Lora.  He is also survived by three brothers:  Mr. Alexander Epps, Virgilina, Va., Mr. Alfred Epps, Wilmington, Delaware; Mr. Caleb M. Epps, Richmond, Va.; by six sisters: Mrs. Wingate Epps, Virgilina, Va. ; Mrs. John Martin, Woodsdale, NC; Mrs. Clarence Epps, Mrs. Ernest Stewart, both of Virgilina, Va.; Mrs. Willie Lee Stewart, Greensboro, NC, and Mrs. Curt Montgomery,  Richmond, Va.


Epps, Mrs. Grace Smith, age 65

B. October 18, 1915; D. May 28, 1981, after a long illness

Services: Ten Mile Center Baptist Church, Lumberton, NC

Interment: Church Cemetery


She was the first Indian to be named to the UNC Board of Governors and was a graduate of Pembroke State University.


She was the daughter of the late Rev. James Walter Smith and Lela Locklear Smith.  Mrs. Epps was the widow of Frank H. Epps, and is survived by three children:  Lena E. (Mrs. James) Brooker of Raleigh, Franklin D. of St. Pauls, NC  and LT. (J.G.) James Cameron, US Navy; grandchildren: Lora Elisabeth Brooker, Lindsey Eveleyn Brooker, Franklin Lee Epps, and James Cameron Epps, Jr.


Godwin, Mrs. Gertrude Woodell, age 70

B. May 5, 1915; D. Monday, November 4, 1985

Services:  First Baptist Church, Pembroke, NC

Interment:  Revels Family Cemetery


Survived by her husband, Mr. John Lankford Godwin of Pembroke, NC;   Three Sons; Mr. Reginald Vance Godwin of Durham, NC,  Mr. Dale A. Godwin of Reno, NV.; One Daughter; Miss Minnie Barbara Godwin of Pembroke, NC; Two Brothers;  Mr. Lacy Woodell of Clayton, NJ., and Mr. Fairley Woodell of Pembroke, NC;  Three Sisters; Mrs. Nettie Walker of Mill Springs, NC, and Mrs. Glady I. Sampson of Pembroke, NC.  Ten Grandchildren and  one Great Grandchild and a host of relatives and friends.


Harding, Mr. Fred, age 69

B.  March 21, 1920; D. January 24, 1990

Services: Bear Swamp Baptist Church

Interment: Lumbee Memorial Gardens


Surviving are his wife, Myrtle Harding, son Albert Lee Harding of Pembroke, NC, and his sister, Myrtle Jacobs of Pembroke, NC and a host of other relatives and friends.


Harris, Mrs. Dora

B. June 4, 1891 in Prospect Comm.; D. 1974

Services: Prospect United Methodist Church

Interment: Old Prospect Cemetery


She was married to the late Elias Harris, and they had twelve children, seven girls and five boys.  They are: Adnell, John, James, Elias, Jr., and Prentis; Mrs. Mandy Lowry, Mrs. Mary Alice Locklear, Mrs. Rose Ellen Bullard, Mrs. Elizabeth Sampson, Mrs. Lettie Mae Oxendine, Mrs. Susie Nell Lowry, and Mrs. Ruth B. Deese.  All children survive.  She also had a foster daughter, Miss Betty Chavis.



Harris, Sr., Mr. Willie Roscoe, age 64

B.March 11, 1924 in Red Springs, NC

Services:  January 22, 1989

Interment:  Cummings Cemetery


He was the son of Ms. Sarah Jane Harris.  He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Etha C. Harris.  Three children; Mrs. Gloria Bowen of Hampton, Va., Mrs. Jill Graham of Pembroke, NC and Mr. Willie Harris, Jr. of Pembroke, NC.  He also leaves behind two sisters; Mrs. Eva Brayboy of Pembroke and Mrs. Sally Locklear of Lumberton, NC.  Eight grandchildren and a host of special friends and relatives.


Hunt, Mr. Asberry

B. October 26, 1905; D. February 16, 1982

Services: Piney Grove Baptist Church

Interment: Piney Grove Baptist Church Cemetery


He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Velma Hunt of the home, one daughter, Mrs. Charlie C. Clark of Fairmont, NC, one son, Mr. Weldon Hunt of Fairmont, NC, three foster children, Mr. Wayne Sampson and Mrs. Ella Young of Lumberton, NC, Miss Estelle Locklear of Moorehead City, NC.  He is also survived by one brother, Mr. McMurray Hunt of Fairmont, NC, four sisters, Mrs. Almenia Hammonds, Mrs. Ophelia Lowry and Mrs. Letha Hammonds of Lumberton, NC, Mrs. Dora Lowry of Rowland, NC.  Seven grandchildren, three great grand children and a host of other relatives and friends.


Hunt. Mr. Budd L. Hunt

B. January 3, 1892; D.  August 11,1976

Services:  Piney Grove Baptist Church



His wife was Callie.  Three sons, Kelmer Hunt, Sam W. Hunt and James S. Hunt all of Route 3, Fairmont, NC.  Three daughters Mrs. Wyivis Hunt, Bristol, Pa., Mrs. Elbert Oxendine, of Fairmont and Mrs. Freddie Hammonds.  He left four sisters:  Mrs. Ozro Hammonds, Mrs. D.F. Lowry, Mrs. Calvin Lowry, all of Pembroke, NC and Mrs. Albert Hammonds of Lumberton, NC.  Five brothers; Gordon Hunt, Asberry Hunt, Edmond Hunt, Graddy Hunt, and Alfred M. Hunt of Fairmont.  15 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren.


Hunt, Betty “Jo Jo”

B. March 12, 1950; D. December 30, 1996


She was the daughter of Alton and Eva Jones Hunt.  Her parents instilled pride in their American Indian heritage and taught her to value education as a means of rising above the indignation and prejudice that surround Native peoples.  Jo Jo attended public schools in Robeson county and graduated Valedictorian of the 1967 class of Pembroke High School.  In 1970 she graduated cum laude from Pembroke State University with a B.S. degree in English and mathematics.  Following undergraduate studies, she enrolled in Duke University’s School of Law and received her Juris Doctor degree in 1973.


After being admitted to the North Carolina Bar in August 1973, Jo Jo accepted employment as a staff assistant and assistant counsel with the Senate Subcommittee on Indian Affairs in Washington, D.C.  This initial employment was the beginning of an outstanding career of advocacy and service for American Indians and Alaskan Natives in the nation’s capital of Washington, D.C.


She served as a consultant for the American Indian Policy Review Commission where she chaired the Task Force on Terminated and non federally Recognized Indians; Executive Director of the Coalition of Eastern Native Americans, Inc.; Staff Associate for Coordination and preparation of the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration and the Indian Criminal justice Program in the Public Administration Service.  Staff Attorney for the Senate Select Committee on Indian Affairs, Attorney Advisor (General) for the Office of Hearings and Appeals in the Social Security Administration; Executive Director of the National Advisory Council on Indian Education;  Consultant and Volunteer for the National American Indian Council, and Health Insurance Specialist in the Division of Legislation and Regulations of the Indian Health Service, and Health Insurance Specialist for American Indian and Alaskan Natives in the Office of the Bureau Director of the Medicaid Bureau and Office of Beneficiary Services for the Health care Financing Administration.


From 1982-88 Jo Jo served as Attorney-Advisor (General) for the Office of Hearings and Appeals in the Social Security Administration in Santa Ana, Ca. And was general partner in the Holland Chiropractic Clinic in San Juan Capistrano, Ca.


Sincerity, education, compassion, sensitivity, perseverance, and passionate advocacy for American Indians and Alaskan Native Drove Jo Jo Hunt’s life work and service.  The life she lived and modeled and the service she gave to humanity touched many in whose hearts and minds she will forever be remembered.  Like her father, Jo Jo “left the world far better than she found it.”


The information above came from CAROLINA INDIAN VOICE Thursday, July 3, 1997


Hunt, Mrs. Fearby Thomas, age 94 of 312 E. 15th St., Lumberton, NC

B. May 5, 1896 ; D. August 4, 1990

Services: Mt. Olive Baptist Church

Interment: Mt. Olive Baptist Church Cemetery


Surviving are two daughters; Mrs. Vernie H. Locklear and Tessie Lee Hunt both of Lumberton, NC; one son William L. Hunt of Pembroke, NC; three grandchildren, Mr. Gloria L. Westbrook and William L. Hunt Jr. both of Greensboro, Lloyd M. Locklear of Lumberton, NC; eight great grandchildren; Terri L. McKay, Sherry M. McKay, L. Michele Locklear, Lisa M. Locklear, L. Melissa Locklear, L Miranda Locklear, Caleb Hunt, and Aaron Hunt.


Hunt, Mr. James Leon

B. July 2, 1924; D. October 15, 2001

Services: Berea Baptist Church

Interment: Sandcutt Cemetery


Hunt, Mr. John Robert, age 15 of 305 Riley Circle, Lumberton, NC

B. September 4, 1986; D. January 17, 2002

Services: Locklear and Son Funeral Home Chapel

Interment: New Point Church Cemetery


Mr. Hunt is survived by his mother:  Ms. Lori Ann  Ransom; a brother:  Mr. Daniel D. Brooks, Jr. both of the home; his grandparents: Mr. John and Mrs. Hilda Ransom of Lumberton and  Ms. Lorraine Hunt of Pembroke, NC and his great-grandmother:  Mrs. Katie Lowry of Lumberton, NC and a host of relatives and friends.  He was preceded in death by his great-grandfather:  Mr. Daulmon Lowery.




Hunt, Mrs. Naomi Brooks

B. September 14, 1907; D. January 1, 1991

Services: Reedy Branch Baptist Church

Interment: Reedy Branch Baptist Church Cemetery




Hunt, Mr. Nick, age 67 of Fairmont, NC

B. 1921; D. February 24, 1989

Services:  New Bethel Methodist Church

Interment:  Hunt  Family Cemetery


His surviving loved ones are his wife, Mrs. Mary A. Spaulding Hunt; his sons, Mr. Durwin R. Hunt of Rowland, NC, Mr. Lionel R. Hunt and Jr. John W. Hunt III both of Fairmont, NC, his brother, Mr. Herman Hunt of Rowland, NC, his sisters, Mrs. Ethel Mitchell of Fairmont, NC and Mrs. Velma Lowry of Rowland; four grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.


Hunt, Robert J.

  1. Dec. 16, 1926; D.  Feb. 28, 1997

Interment:  Dial Family Cemetery, Harpers Ferry, NC


He is survived by his wife, Agnes Dial Hunt and two children:  Paula Kaye and Robert Jeffery.


Hunt, Sally A. died at 68 in Woodhaven Nursing Home

Services:  West End Baptist Church

Interment:  Lumbee Memorial Gardens


The funeral was conducted by the Revs. Millard Maynard, Rickey Locklear and Welton Lowry.  Mrs. Hunt is survived by her husband,  Welbert Hunt of the home; a daughter, Shirlean Bullard of Lumberton, two sons, Michael Hunt of Lumberton and Anthony C. Hunt of Hope Mills, three sisters, Elaine White of Pembroke, Joyce Maynor of Lumberton and Mary Miller of Red Springs; three brothers, James F. Hunt of Lumberton, Earl Hunt of Bennettsville, SC, and Ertle Hunt of Red Springs, nine grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.


Hunt, Mr. Wilton, age 65 of Route 3, Fairmont, NC

B. 1923; D. June 2, 1988

Services: New Bethel Methodist Church

Interment: Hunt Family Cemetery


He is survived by three sons:  N.L. of Cheraw, SC, John Phillip of Bladenboro, NC, and Wilton Hunt, Jr. of Rowland, NC; one step-son Edaniel Oxendine of Rowland, NC; two brothers: Herman Hunt of Rowland, NC and Nick Hunt of Fairmont, NC; two sisters:  Mrs. Velma Lowry of Rowland, NC, and Mrs. Ethel Mitchell of Fairmont, NC; thirteen grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.


Jacobs, Mr. George H. (“Sonny”), age 65

B. September 17, 1933; D. January 2. 1999

Services: Harpers Ferry Baptist Church, Robeson County, NC

Interment: Hopewell Cemetery


He was one of thirteen children born to the late Mary and Lacy Jacobs.  He met and married Dosha Barton in 1956 and in 1959 they made a home in Baltimore, Md.  They had five children.  Sonny is survived by his wife, Dosha, brothers Genery and Sam of Maryland, Eugene, Rother and Murphy of NC.  Sisters, Salley Strickland, fannie Locklear, Gracie Revels, Lucy Lowery and Sylvia Strickland all of NC.  Sons Ricky and Stevie of NC and daughters, Reneice Ramsay, Sherry Haber and Trenda Jacobs all of Baltimore.  The joys of his last years were eleven grandchildren and one great grandchild.




Jacobs, Mrs. Julia Mae, age 81

B. November 2, 1907 ; D. July 4, 1989

Services: Harper’s Ferry Baptist Church

Interment: Harper’s Ferry Baptist Church Cemetery


She is survived by two sons; Mr. Robert Earl Jacobs of the home and Mr. Dearl Dean Jacobs of Charlotte, NC.  One daughter: Mrs. Irene J. Jamison of Charlotte, NC.  Five grandchildren, and one great-grandchild and a host of relatives and friends.


Jacobs, Mrs. Leotha B.

B. February 7, 1921; D. June 20, 1998 at Southeastern Regional Medical Center

Services: Bear Swamp Baptist Church

Interment: Bear Swamp Baptist Church Cemetery


She was the wife of the late Joseph “Bucky” Jacobs.  Also  Preceding her in death were two sons, Freddie and Morance Jacobs.  Two daughters, Margaret Jacobs, and Rose Furr.  She is survived by two sons, Ancil Jacobs of Pembroke, NC and Ray Jacobs of Jacksonville, NC,; 12 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren; one sister, Stella Locklear of Gibson, NC and a host of other relatives and friends.



Jacobs, Mrs. Lillie B. Jacobs, age 81,  


Services:Bear Swamp Baptist Church

Interment: Cherokee chapel United Church Cemetery, Robeson County, NC


She is survived by five daughters, Carrie Locklear and Janie Hunt of Lumberton, NC; Evelyn Bullard and Lois Chavis of Pembroke, NC and Cheryl Howington of Cedar Bluff, Va.; three sons, Hollis and Ardell of the home and Glenn of Pontiac, Michigan; six sisters, Maude Locklear of Maxton, NC,  Margaret of Chesapeake, Va., Grace Lowry of Columbia, SC, Zelma Locklear of Lumberton, NC, Luellen Lowry of Maxton, NC and Judy Warner of  Charlotte, NC; one brother, Shelton Bullard, Jr. of Maxton, NC; sixteen grand children, sixteen great grand children and a host of relatives and friends.


Jacobs, Mrs. Ola  Mae

B. September 7, 1912; D. October 15, 1980

Services:  Reedy Branch Baptist Church


Survivors are:  three daughters, Margaret Jones of Charlotte, NC, Mary J. Stewart of Lumberton, NC, and Geraldine Strickland of Pembroke, NC; one adopted daughter, Vivian Jacobs of the home, and one foster daughter, Priscilla Ann Dial of Wilmington, NC; five sons, Robert G. Jacobs of the home, James C. Jacobs, and John C. Jacobs, Clem Jacobs, Jr., and Eyrtle Ray Jacobs, all of  Charlotte, NC; twenty grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; three sisters, Esther S. Oxendine and Maller Mae Stanley of Lumberton, NC, and Loro Mae Hunt of Rowland; four brothers, W.O. Strickland, Harris Strickland and Noel Strickland, Jr., all of Rowland, NC, Earl Strickland of Fairmont, NC; and a host of relatives and friends.


Jacobs, Myrtle Rose Harding Chavis

B. March 18, 1918; D. February 11, 2008


Jones, Mrs. Daphne Lowry, age 70 of 1152 Jones Road Pembroke, NC

D. July 1, 2000 at Southeastern Medical Center, Lumberton, NC

Services:  First Methodist Church, Pembroke, NC

Interment: Lumbee Memorial Gardens


She is survived by one son, Carl Ricky Jones of Pembroke, BC; two daughters:  Bonita Ann Jones of Pembroke, NC, and Tina Maria Jones of Pembroke, NC; a special niece, Pat Miller of Fremont, NC; three brothers: Dr. Otis Lowry, Spring Hope, NC; Martin L. Lowry, Jr. of Glen Burnie, MD. And Charles B. Lowry of Pembroke, NC, three sisters:  Eulalia R. Williams, Mt. Airy, MD; Shirley L. Lowry, Hillsborough, NH; and Maxine L. Chavis, Pembroke, NC.  Mrs. Jones was preceded in death by her husband, Miles Stanford Jones Jr.; three bothers: Glen H., Garnett K., and Truett M. Lowry.


Jones, Dr. English E, age 59, Chief Administrator  at PSU for 17 years

B. October 22, 1921; D.May 18, 1981

Services:  Harpers Ferry Baptist Church

Interment: Harpers Ferry Cemetery


He was presented with PSU’s first honorary doctorate in absentia.  It was a Doctor of Humanities received by Dr. Jones’ eldest son. Rev. Steve Jones.


He is survived by his wife, Margaret Sheppard Jones, three children; S. Stephen Jones, Judy J. Revels, and Randall S. Jones, and three grandsons; Sean, Shay, and Channing.  He is also survived by one brother, Sandy Jones.


Jones, H, age 76 of Rowland, NC

Services:  Harpers Ferry Baptist Church, Pembroke, NC

Interment: Oxendine Cemetery on Lumberton, NC Rt. 3


Surviving are his wife , Mrs. Dovie Locklear Jones, ; two sons, Lee S. Jones of Newport News Va., and George Jones of the home; his daughters Mrs. Pernell Smith of Lumberton, NC Rt. 4, Mrs. Lennon Warriax, and Mrs. Robert Butler, Mrs. Curtis Locklear, Mrs. Lacie Oxendine, Mrs. Cline Lowry, all of Rowland, NC Rt. 1, Mrs. Elbert Deese of Maxton, NC Rt. 1, Mrs. John Bengers of  Baltimore, Md., Miss Gladys Jones of the home, Miss Katie Jones and Gurtie Jones (twins) of Winston-Salem, NC; 78 grandchildren, and 67 great-grandchildren; and two sisters.


Jones, Mr. James A., age 55 of Route 1, Pembroke, NC died at cape Fear Valley Hospital, Fayetteville, NC.

Services:  First Methodist Church

Interment: Jones Family Cemetery, Rt. 1, Pembroke, NC


Survivors include his wife, Loise Jones of the home, two sons, Terry Jones of Pembroke, NC and  Coria Jones of the home.  Two step sons Kaylean Locklear of California and Marcus Locklear of Pembroke, NC.  Seven brothers, Willie J. Jones of Red Springs, NC, Spurgeon Collins of Va. Beach, Va., Marvin Jones, Stanford Jones, Lawdell Locklear, Charlie P. Locklear and Earl C. Locklear of Pembroke, NC.  Five sisters, Leathear Jacobs of Clinton, NC, Annie Honycutt of Red Springs, NC, Mary Ruth Lowry, Maxton, NC, Pandora Soto and Mary Jones of Pembroke, NC.  Three grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.


Jones, Miles Stanford, age 62

B.October 18, 1921; D. November 14, 1983

Services: First Methodist Methodist Church, Pembroke, NC

Interment: Lumbee Memorial Gardens


He was the son of the late Miles S. and Zelma Jones.  He is survived by his wife:  Mrs. Daphne L. Jones; one son, Carl Ricky Jones; and two daughters, Bonita Ann Locklear and Tina J. Locklear all of Pembroke, NC.  Three sisters; Mrs. Ruth J. Dial of Pembroke, NC, Mrs. Doris J. Locklear of Columbus, Georgia, Mrs. Lois J. Freeman of Greenville, NC, and a host of relatives and friends.


Jones, Mrs. Nancy Beulah

B. October 7, 1915; D. April 23, 1980

Services: Harpers Ferry Baptist Church

Interment: Harpers Ferry Baptist Church Cemetery


Survivors include her husband, Mr. Wiley Jones; her daughters, Lavonia Wood of High Point, NC, Marshal Lin Jones of High Point, NC, Margelet Locklear of Rowland, NC; her step-daughter, Maria J. Young of Detroit, Michigan; her sons, Heyman Jones of Baltimore, Md., Roderick H. Jones of Darlington, SC, Blakeslee Jones of Pembroke, NC, Wiley Jones, Jr. of the home; her mother, Mrs. Nancy Revels.  She was the daughter of the late Luther Revels of Pembroke, NC; her sisters, Mrs. Joyce Kornosky of Detroit, Michigan, Mrs. Rosanna Boyette of Richmond, Va., Mrs. Dora Francis Emanuel of Lumberton, NC, Mrs. Julia Hammonds of Pembroke, NC, Mrs. Estelle Clark of Pembroke, NC Juddie Arthur Revels of Pembroke, NC, and Leroy Revels of Maxton; eleven grandchildren and one great-grandchild


Jones, Ms. Penicher, age 97 of Rt. 1, Rowland, NC

Services:  Elrod Baptist Church

Interment: Family Cemetery


She is preceded in death by her husband, Mr. John Wesley Jones, two daughters, Ms. Sylvia Jones and Ms. Stella Writz and one son, Mr. John B. Jones.  Mrs. Jones is survived by eight daughters, Ms. Catherine Locklear of Maxton, NC, Ms. Viola Locklear Jones, Ms. Earbell Oxendine, Ms Aleamanor Dial, Ms. Annie P. Jones and Ms. Dinah Mae Locklear, all of Rowland, NC, Ms. Emma Mae Chavis of Fairmont and Ms. Mary John Jones of Pembroke, NC.  Three sons, Mr. Sterling Jones, Mr. McKeithan Jones and Mr. Jack Jones, all of Rowland, NC.  Two sisters, Ms. Nolie Locklear of Prospect Community, NC, Ms. Margaret McMillian of White Lake.  Four brothers, Mr. Belton McMillian, Sr., and Mr. James McMillian, both of Maxton, NC, Mr. Doug McMillian of Red Springs, NC and Mr. William McMIllian of Pembroke.  Ninety four (94) grandchildren, 182 great grandchildren, 82 great-great grandchildren and 30 great-great-great grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.


Jones, Mr. Willoughby, age 89 of Rt. 3, Rowland, NC

D. 1988 at Southeastern General Hospital, Lumberton, NC

Services:  Harpers Ferry Baptist Church

Interment: Harpers Ferry Baptist Church Cemetery


Survivors include, three daughters, Ms. Pauline Sheppard and Mrs. Margaret Jones, both of Rt. 3, Rowland, NC and Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Kline of Fayetteville, NC, one son, Mr. Earl R. Sheppard of Rt. 3 Rowland, NC, one sister, Mrs. Dora Carter of Fayetteville, 9 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.


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