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Tackett, Seaburn (Seaborn)
Sherryl Clark

DEATH OF A SON OF TEMPERANCE AT DECATUR:

Born 1819, Age 39 Years,  Died 1849;  Relief Division No. 5 Sons of Temperance of the State of Alabama at Decatur, having been organized about twenty months ago was called upon for the first time on the 20th of January to mourn the death of one of its worthy members, Bro. Seaburn Tackett. His illness lasted a little more than three weeks, during which time he received the most assiduous and devoted attention of the members of the Division, who spared him no pains to secure him every attention and comfort which his destitute and afflicted situation required.  The Rev. M.P. Parham visited him frequently during his illness and conversed with him freely on the subject of religion. He expressed himself as being prepared; and his willingness to die having made his peace with God, but remarked that he regretted to leave his family in its afflicted and helpless condition. The minister feeling the force of this remark could make no other consolitary reply than that the God whom he worshipped and had taken care of him was able to take care of his family. He rapidly grew worse till his spirit left its earthly habitation and was no doubt conducted by angels to the realms of everlasting bliss.  Bro.Tackett had been a pious and worthy member of the Methodist Church for some years.  He left an afflicted consort and four children to mourn his loss, but what is their loss is no doubt his eternal gain.  At 10 o'clock a.m. on the 30th of January the members of the Division met at its Hall dressed themselves in their appropriate regalia and badges of mourning, formed a procession under the charge of the Rev. H.H. Brown, which marched in solemn and impressive style to the residence of Bro. Tackett;  from thence, the procession with the corpse and a goodly number of citizens both ladies and gentlemen, proceeded to the Methodist Church where after singing and prayer, every pathetic and appropriate address was delivered by the Rev. Parham, who seemed fully, as well as the audience, to appreciate the solemnity of the occasion.  After a few additional remarks by Rev. H.H. Brown the procession and audience accompanied the deceased to the tomb with appropriate ceremonies by the Sons of Temperance present, conducted by Rev. H.H. Brown, to await the coming of the angel at the end of time; to awaken his sleeping dust.  From his resignation, confidence in God, sereneness in the last moments of his terrene existence evincing that death had no sting or pangs for him, may the Christian be encouraged and comforted; and the sinner be induced to put his confidence in Christ who is able to make a dying bed "as soft as downy pillows are".  In accordance with the usages of the order, the Division resolved to wear tri-coloured ribbon on the left breast for the space of thirty days as a badge of mourning.  It was also resolved that as an evidence of the condolence of the Division a copy of this notice be presented to the bereaved widow whose loss, language would fail to delineate.

 

Tapscott, L. W. (Warner)

Nashville, AR. Saturday, January 17, 1925
Robert L. Tapscott
L. W. (Warner) Tapscott, aged 63 years, died at the family home in this city Thursday morning, after an illness of several weeks. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at the First Baptist church, conducted by the Rev. M. R. Gaddis, followed by interment in the Nashville cemetery, the funeral being directed by Skillern's. Mr. Tapscott, with other members of his immediate family, moved to Nashville from Morgan county, Ala., about 20 years ago, since which time he has lived here and successfully engaged in farming. He was a man of unusual quiet demeanor, a very likeable disposition, and one who was always anxious to lend a helping hand where it was needed. While he was never aggressive, he was a man of high moral courage and was always to be found in the ranks of those who were for the betterment and upbuilding of the country. He is survived by by two sisters, Mrs. Chas. Copeland and Miss Lattie Tapscott of this city, F. F. Tapscott of Springfield, La., and Joe Tapscott of Texas. The News joins in extending deepest sympathy to the bereaved relatives.


Thomas, David Washington


Hartselle Enquirer Thurs Dec 12, 1935
Patricia Thomas Hill
D.W. Thomas Died At Lacon Home Friday D.W. Thomas, 75, died at his home on Lacon Route 1 on December 5. Funeral services were conducted at the home of Ed Higdon Friday by Rev. John Railey and interment was made in the Higdon cemetery near Lacon. Mr. Thomas is survived by his widow, Mrs Cynthia Thomas, 10 children and 31 grandchildren. The active pallbearers were Comer Brown, Homer Brown, Clarence Brown, Clamkens Brown, Coots and Edgar Jeffres. Honorary pallbearers were Dewey Holmes, J.T. Holmes, Mitchell Hirsle, Harris Monk, Will Monk, Walter Brown, Alton Brown and Jack Carden. The flower girls were Beulah Boucher, Pearl Powell, Louise Thomas, Ethel Vest, Annie Vest and Eva Thomas.

 

Thomas, Vernon A. "Bill"


Phyllis J. K. Owens
Hartselle Enquirer Hartselle, Morgan County, Alabama
10/04/2001
Hartselle-Funeral for Vernon A. "Bill" Thomas, 77, of Hartselle was Wednesday, Oct. 3, at 3 p.m. at Peck Funeral Home Chapel with the Revs. Walter Blackmon and Norman Whittoon officiating. Burial was in Hartselle City Cemetery. Mr. Thomas died Tuesday, Oct. 2, at Hartselle Medical Center. He was a disabled World War II veteran who served in the U.S. Army and was a member of the American Legion. He was a member of the First Christian Church of Hartselle. He is surved by his wife, Martha H. Thomas of Hartselle; and one brother, Allen Thomas of Cotaco. Pallbearers were Johnny Chandler, Hamil Lawrence, Don Pouncey, Scotty Stinson, Larry Thomas and Randy Thomas.


Turner, Miss Arie L.


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Hartselle Enquier Newspaper 01/17/1974 Edition - Miss Arie L.Turner Funeral services for Miss Arie L.Turner Route three Hartselle,Al.who died Monday Jan.14th at her residence were Wednesday at 2:00 p.m,at Pine Burr Baptist Church with Rev.Phillips officiating.Peck Funeral Home directed burial in Lawrence Cove Cemetery.Survivors include two sister's,Mrs.Claudia Drinkard of Hartselle, Al.Mrs.Lerie Moore of Falkville,Al.and several nieces and nephews.Nephews were pallbearers.Miss Turner was a member of Pine Burr Baptist Church. Note:Alot of the older generation called Lawrence Cove Church -Pine Burr

 

Turner, Mrs. H.F.


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Hartselle Enquier Newspaper 07/29/1937 Mrs.H.F.Turner age 70 died Monday morning at 7 o'clock at her home on Eva Route 1.Mrs, Turner who was well know in her community had been ill three week's,Surviving are one on;Sterling Turner,two daughter's Mrs.Clemon Moore,and Mrs.Asa Pike.Funeral rites was conducted Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock at Lawrence Cove Church with Rev.Robert Wilson officiating.Burial was in the adjoining cemetery. directed by Drinkard-Howell Funeral Home. They left out two daughter's in this printing Miss Ara & Miss Claudia Turner


Turner, Harvey Franklin


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Hartselle Enquier Newspaper-Harvey Franklin Turner Died on Sunday Afternoon,Funeral Services for Harvey Franklin Turner 78,who died at 4 o'clock Sunday afeernoon,at his home on Eva Route 1 were conducted ar Lawrence Cove Churc at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon by the Rev.Horace Chambers.Burial was at Lawrence Cove Cemetery directed by Drinkard-Howell Funeral Home.Surviving are four daughter's Mrs.Lera Moore,Mts.Maggie Pike, Misses Arie and Claudia Turner;one son SterlingTurner,a sister,Mrs.Martha May,one brother Zack Turner;12 grandchidren. Note:Harvey Turner was bon in Lafayette Co.Miss.March 10,1862 and died in Morgon Co.Al.April 29,1939.Misprint in paper read Harry F.Turner.


Turner, John Walter


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Decatur Daliy Newspaper 06/30/1958
Funeral Services for John Walter Turner 69 of Decarur were conducted at 3 p.m.today at 16th.Ave Baptist Church with the Rev.Padgett C.Cope officiating.Burial was to be in City Cemetery,brown Funeral Home directing. Mr.Turner died saturday at 5;30 p.m.in Nungester Clinic.He was a retired textile worker ana a Vetern of World War 1. He is survived by his widow Henreitta Turner Decatur,three daughter's,Mrs,Grady Teague of Florence,Al.,Nrs.June Neely of Nansville,OH. Mrs.Paul Synder of Plainsville,OH,four son's, Newell Turner of Cullman,Al.,Delmon Turner of Decatur,Al.,J.E.& J.W. Turner both of Plainsville,OH.three brother's,Harvey Turner of Gadsden,Al.,Mathis Turner of Brooksville,Al., and Jess Turner of Somerville,Al.,and 15 grandchildren. Pallbearers were to be Luther Warren,Curtis Kelly,Euin Mills,Edward Blakenship,Charles Bussey & Charles Slaten.

Turner, Zackariah B.


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Hartselle Enquier Newspaper Zackariah P.Turner 85 who died at his home at Somerville Route 1,Sunday morning at eight o'clock will be laid to rest Tuesday. born 01/20/1858 & died 10/20/1958 Mr.Turner hd been ill some time. The deceased is survived by his wife,five daughter's Mrs.J.W.Tolley of Ashville,Al.Mrs. Dewey Crow of of Somerville Route 1,Mrs. Albert Baker of Somerville Route 1,Mrs. Gene Shadix of Somerville Route 1,Mrs,G.F. Cooley of Decatur,seven son's;J.A.Tuner of Somerville 1,O.L.Turner and A.R.Turner of Danville,Al.Route 3,.E.L.Turner of Decatur,Al., Alton Turner of Deatur,Irby and Doyle Turner of Somerville Rt.1,one sister Mrs,Martha Mays of Boaz,Al.,45 grandchildren.Funeral rites will be conducted at New Center Tuesday at three o'clock by Rev.Hugh Mitchell and interment in adjoining cemetery. Note:This was Zackariah Bennett Turner Jr. There was a misprint of Zack P.

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