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HALL, Casbe "Candyman", a resident of Tuskegee, died Monday, June 5, 2000, in Tuskegee. he funeral was Monday, June 26 form Tuskegee University Clapel with Rev. John Cantlow III officiating. Burial followed in the Fort Mitchell National Cemetery in Seale with People's Funeral Home directing. He leaves to mourn and share his fond memories: His wife, Estelle Boyd hall, Birmingham; daughters, Arlene Fern Nasser (wife of Abdul) of ellensburg, Wash., Annette Hullett Jr. (wife of Sammie L.), Anita Renee Herring (wife of Dr. Ricardo), Lisa Marie Hall, all of Birmingham and diane Hall of new Haven, Conn.; two loving sons, Jonathan and Leroy (wife Lisa) Boyd, both of Birmingham; sisters, Pearl Augburn, Odessa Rodgers, Louise and Mildred Hall, all of new Jersey; brothers, George Hall, Tuskegee, and Jimmy Lee (wife Viola) hall, New Jersey. Hall ran for public office in Tuskegee on several occasions and was looked favorably on by the citizens of Tuskegee.  Tuskegee News,

HAMMOCK, Mr. Thomas G., 83 of Tallassee, died Jan. 20, 2000 at Community Hospital in Tallassee. Graveside services were Saturday, Jan. 22, at the Carrville Cemetery in Tallassee. Survivors include his wife, Frances M. Hammock, Tallassee; one daughter, Yvonne (L.A.) Wisener; two grandchildren, Pam Cosby and Tommy Wisener; two great-grandchildren and one brother, Curtis Hammock, all of Tallassee.  The Tuskegee News, January 27, 2000

HARRIS, Bessie - Rt 2., Tuskegee, died last week in a local hospital.  Funeral services were Sunday from Pine Grove AME Zion Church with Rev. W. Howard officiating; burial in Elizabeth Cemetery with McKenzie Funeral Home directing.  Survivors include one son, James Harris, Clewiston, Florida; one sister, Alberta Hughley, Birmingham, three brothers, Cleveland Ford, Douglas Ford, both of Birmingham, Fortney Ford, Clewiston.  Tuskegee News, March 16, 1978

HARRIS [CORELLUS], Carrie B. - 67, born October 8, 1913 in Armstrong, Alabama, departed this life on October 15, 1980.  Daughter of Hannah Corellus Webb and the late Harry Corellus, sister of the late Glister Webb and William Webb, Jr.  Survivors include her husband, James Harris, three daughters, Louise Sulu, Princeton, New Jersey, Dorothy Jean Harris of Levittown, PA, Dollie Hargrove of Dexheim, Germany; and one son Lister S. Harris of Bristol, PA; her mother Hannah Webb of Levittown, PA, three sisters, Johnnie L. Glenn, Cleveland, Ohio; Jessie Harris of Trevose, PA, and Annie Kate Martin of Bristol, PA, two brothers Milton Webb of Levittown and Izear Webb of Trevose, seventeen grandchildren, two great-grandchildren. Baptized in June 1930, she was a former member of the St. Paul Baptist Church in Armstrong, AL.  She was a member of the Community Baptist Church for the last  20 years.  Past president of the Prayer Band, Usher Board, Helping Hand Society and served on various church committees.   Funeral arrangements by P. Rosamond Gray Funeral Home, Bristol, PA, Service held at the Community Baptist Church, Bristol, PA, the Rev. Wilmer Wright officiated.  Interment in Fairview Cemetery, Willow Grove, PA. 

HARRIS, Dorothy Jean and Howard, Shurranda - ages 27 and 4, respectively, of Levittown, PA, both departed this life on April 28, 1981, in a home fire.  Daughter of James Harris and the late Carrie B. Harris, was born in Tuskegee, AL on November 6, 1952.  Shurranda was born on December 27, 1976, Bristol, PA.  Survivors include her companion Melvin  Howard, three daughters, Alicia, DeSiree, and Amanda; her father James Harris of Levittown; two sisters, Louise Sulu of Princeton, NJ, Dollie Hargrove of Germany, one brother, Lister Steve Harris of Bristol; her maternal grandmother, Hannah Webb of Levittown.  Funeral service were held at the P. Rosamond Gray Funeral Home, Bristol, PA., the Rev. Wilmer Wright officiated.   Interment in Fairview Cemetery, Willow Grove, PA.

HARRIS, Deacon Alonzia - 71, of Shorter died recently.  Funeral services were last week from Mary Magdelene Baptist Church with Rev. Chappell officiating, burial in the church cemetery with Burton's Funeral Home of Tuskegee officiating.  Survivors include one brother, John Harris, Tuskegee; sister-in-law, Mrs. Willie Mae Harris, Tuskegee; two nephews, Alphonza Chesson, Atlanta, James Chesson, Shorter; niece, Miss Annie Mae Chesson, Shorter.  Tuskegee News, March 16, 1978

HARRIS, Henry "Dixie" - 65, 1216 South Paul Lawrence Dunbar Street, was born on July 5, 1924 to the parents of Jim Harris and Leona Martin in Tuskegee, Alabama.   Henry resided in Dayton, Ohio for fifty-two years.  He passed away n March 11, 1990 at Good Samaritan Hospital in the Emergency Ward.  Henry was a veteran of WWII and retired from Dayton Steel.  He was united in marriage to Ms. Ollie Mae Johnson in 1947.  He leaves to mourn his passing:  his wife, Ollie Mae, daughters, Patricia Harris, Virginia (Irving) Smith, Kathy (Charles) Jackson, Ebony and Laquita Harris, all of Dayton; sons, Darrin Kurley and Henry Harris, Jr., both of Dayton, sisters; Lillie Bell Howard of Trenton, NJ, Annie Mae Martin of Rochester, NY, Nancy O'Neal of Detroit, MI, Bertha Hillsman and Cora Lee Harris, both of Cleveland, Oh; brothers, Joe Martin, Jr. of Apopka, FL, David Lee (Maggie) Martin of Tuskegee, AL and James Harris of Bristol, PA; brother-in-law Anderson Johnson; sisters-in-law, Lucie Mae Harris of Trenton, NJ, Josephine, Ann, Lula and Lois Johnson, all of Dayton; a very devoted nephew William (Sonny) Howard; seven grandchildren, Chaunsay Tinsley (Benita), Yolanda, Jerry and Jermaine Tinsley, Chonita, Billy and Deon Harris, six great-grandchildren; close friends, Edward Bonner, William Baker, and Billy Chattlin.  Funeral services were directed by the McLin Funeral Chapel - Northern Hills - Dayton, OH.  The Rev. Paul Schooler officiated. Interment at the Dayton National Cemetery.

HARRIS, James - 79, of Millhill Nursing Home, Trenton, NJ, departed this life on March 8, 1996.  Born on January 6, 1917 to the late James (Jim) and Hattie Bryant.   Husband of the late Carrie B. Harris, Father of the late Dorothy J. Harris. Brother of the late Henry "Bay Boy" Harris, Henry "Dixie" Harris and Nancy (Lula) Harris-O'Neal.  Survivors include his daughter, Dollie M. Hargrove of Feasterville, PA, one stepson, Lister S. Harris, of Tuskegee and one stepdaughter, Louise Harris-Sulu of Trenton NJ; sisters Lillie Bell Howard of Trenton, NJ and  Cora Lee Harris of Cleveland, OH  Funeral services were held March 13th, at the Molden Funeral Home of Bristol, PA. The Pastor Jackson officiated. Interment in the White Chapel Cemetery, Feasterville PA.

HARRIS [WEBB], Jessie M- Web page memorial includes obituary

HAYNIE, William Lamar, 79, of Reeltown died May 10, 2000 and his funeral was conducted May 12 form Corbitt's Funeral Home in Tuskegee, with Rev. Derrick Gentle officiating. Burial was in Reeltown Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Ruth P. Haynie, Reeltown; two sons, Jim (Linda) Vaught, Tallahassee, and W.L. "Bill" Haynie, Reeltown; a daughter, Nancy Haynie (Tim) Perry, Lanett; eight grandchildren, Chris Vaught and Cheryl Swindall, both of Eclectic, Craig Vaught, Troy, Christy Haynie, Lakeland, FL, Joy Haynie, Davenport, FL, Datie Perry and Kelly Perry, both of Lanett, and Beth Haynie, Reeltown; four great grandchildren; two sisters, Mamie Walkers, Tallassee, Doris Avant, Solona Beach, CA, and two brothers, Raphael Haynie, Dadeville, and Wilbur Haynie, Smyrna, GA. The Tuskegee News, June 1, 2000, p. A-7

HENDERSON, Latisha C., a resident of Notasulga, died Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2000. The funeral was Tuesday, Aug. 8, from Beulah Baptist Church in Notasulga with Rev. C. H. Owens officiating. Interment followed in Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Kent, AL with McKenzie's Funeral Home Staff directing. Her survivors include her husband, Pratt Henderson, Notasulga; three daughters, Helen Sheppard, Albany, NY, Dinah Henderson, Notasulga and Charlotte (Irving)   Galigher, Auburn; two sons, Ra (Marcell) Henderson, Tuskegee and Robert Cross, Opelika; 13 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; five step-children; two brothers-in-law; four sisters-in-law and host of neieces, nephews, other  loving relatives and friends.  The Tuskegee News, August 10, 2000, Page A-5

HERNANDEZ, Susie Foote, a native of Tuskegee, residing in Los Angeles, died March 8, 2000. Funeral was held Saturday, March 18, from Mt. Moriah Baptist Church in Los Angeles, with Simpson Mortuary of Inglewood, CA officiated. HEr survivors include two sister, Lillie B. Echols, Tuskegee, and Essie B. Peterson, Portland OR, eight nephews and 10 nieces.  The Tuskegee News, March 30, 2000

HILL, James Gerald - 54, of Wetumpka, died Dec. 6, 1999 at Baptist Medical Center, Montgomery. Survivors are:   his wife, Matha Strong Hill, Wetumpka; three brothers, Raymond Hill, and Ronald Hill both of Notasulga, and Dennis Hill, Carrollton, TX; several nieces and nephews.The Tuskegee News, December 16, 1999

HOOKS, Ferlisa Irwin - 42, formerly of Fairfield, AL, died Tuesday, November 2, 1999.  She was preceded in death by her only brother, Calvin "Bo Dilly" Irwin.  Survivors include her husband, Timothy Hooks, Tuskegee, AL; mother, Dorothy Means of Fairfield; daughters, Crystal Hooks and LiNita (Charles) Owens of Columbus, OH; sisters, Sandra (Melvin) Shivers of Oakland, CA, Mary Joyce (Candy) Langford of Birmingham, Thyesis Irwin and Monica Clay, both of Fairfield, one niece, Calvanita Irwin of Birmingham.  Services to be held at the St. Marks Baptist Church, Tuskegee, AL.  the Peoples Funeral Home, directing. 

HOOKS, Will Albert, a resident of Tuskegee Institute, died Friday, March 10, 2000. Funeral was Saturday, March 18 from Mt. Olive Baptist Church with Rev.. John H. Curry Jr. officiating. Interment followed in Mary Magdalene Cemetery, Shorter. McKenzie's Funeral Home Staff directed. His survivors include a loving wife, Pamela Hooks, Tuskegee Institute, three daughters, Willie Ann Hooks, Waugh; Tamieka Perkins, Tuskegee; and Christina Williams, Huntsville; his mother, Marie Hooks; his grandmother, Millie Chappell, both of Shorter,; three sister; seven brothers, six grandchildren; parents-in-law; and a host of other loving relatives and friends.  Tuskegee News, March 23, 000.

HOLLOWAY, Dr. H. S., Jr, practicing physician at Notasulga for the past  13 years, died last Saturday afternoon enroute to a  hospital after suffering a heart attack. He was 43 years of age and a native of   Tallassee, Ala. Graveside funeral rites were conducted at 3:30 p. m.  Sunday at Rose Hill Cemetery, Tallassee, with the Rev. U. L. Martin officiating.  Active pallbearers were Hilton Bentley, Gilbert York, Harold York, Bobby York, Joseph York and A. H. Hatchett. Honorary  pallbearers were W. B. Rea, T. M. Mahone, Ernest Bridges, E. P. Livingston,  members of the Macon County Medical Society and members of the Macon County Hospital staff. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Helen Marie Holloway:  four daughters,  Barbara, Marie, Jean and Stephanie all of Notasulga. The parents, Mr.   and Mrs. H. S. Holloway, SR. Tallassee: one brother, Nobel Holloway, Tallassee, and two sisters, Mrs. Henry Lydia, Tuscaloosa, Ala. and Mrs.  Dickie Walker, New Market, Ala.  The Tuskegee News, March 19, 1959

HOLT, Larry DeWayne, 53, of Atmore, died Friday, Feb. 18, 2000 in Wayne General Hospital in Waynesboro, MS. The funeral will be Saturday, Feb. 26, at 11 a.m. at the Pentecostal Faith Church, Tuskegee. Bishop G.F. Austin will officiate and burial will follow at Ft. Mitchell National Cemetery, Seale. Webster-Progressive Funeral Home is directing. Leaving to cherish his memories are: his mother, Wilcie Carter Holt of Atmore; one brother, Lester Thomas Holt, Jr., Fayette; two sisters Margaret (Harvey) Caddell; Tuskegee, and Cynthia (Robert) Taylor, Greenville. Preceding him in death were his father, Lester Thomas Holt, Sr., brother Willie Gene Holt; and two sisters, Marie Holt and Wilcie Belle Carter Moss.   The Tuskegee News, February 24, 2000

HOWARD, Sr. , Ollie - 79, of Trevose, died Tuesday in Saint Mary Hospital, Middletown Township.  Mr. Howard was born in Garryton, AL, and was a longtime resident of the Trevose area.  He was employed in maintenance operations with the IRS in Philadelphia prior to his retirement.   He was a deacon at the First Baptist Church of Huntingdon Valley and the Shiloh Baptist Church in Tuskegee, AL.  Husband of the late Queen Martin Howard, he is survived by two sons, John Howard and Ollie Howard, Jr., both of Trevose; two daughters, Evelyn Howard and Shirley Howard, both of Trevose, one brother, Tony Howard of Montgomery, AL; seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews. Services will be held in Alabama on December 4th, at the Shiloh Baptist Church, Route 29, Tuskegee at 1:00 pm under the direction of the Burton Funeral Home, Martin Luther King Highway in Tuskegee.  Interment will follow in Mt. Nebo Cemetery, Tuskegee.   Local arrangements are under the direction of the Gibson Funeral Home , Willow Grove, PA.The Bucks County Courier Times, November 21, 1991

HOWARD, Thomas, Jr., a resident of Tuskegee, died Saturday, July 29, 2000 in Opelika. The funeral was Wednesday, Aug. 2, form Peoples Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. David Love officiating. Burial was in Mt. Nebo Cemetery with Peoples Funeral Home directing. He has nine children to cherish his memory: Lois Wimbish (Kenny), Phenix Ciy, John Smith (Claudia), Montgomery, Beverly Gray (Samuel), Montgomery, Carolyn Moore (Joseph), Huntsvile, Tommie (Gail) Ellerbee, Tuskegee, Christopher Howard (Barbara), Tuskegee, Thomas Dennis, Sherod Dennis, and Kimberly Dennis, all of Tuskegee; three sisters; two brothers; one aunt; 13 grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews.  The Tuskegee News, August 10, 2000, Page A-5

HOWARD, Wilbertha A., 82, died Sunday May 14, 2000 in an out-of-town hospital. Services were Saturday, May 20 from Mary Magdalene Baptist Church with Rev. Charles Hoffman officiating. Burial followed in church cemetery. Webster-Progressive Funeral Home directed. She was a Christian lady and a devoted mother of Bertha (Otha Townsend, Clark (Winefer) both of Tuskegee, Sara Jessie of Milstead, Bernie Sanders, Anna Howard, Jessie (Gloria) Howard III all of Shorter, and Andrew (Annie) Howard of Bakersfield, CA; sisters, Georgia Crawford, Montgomery, and Virginia Adams, Downs, AL; many other grandchildren, g-grandchildren, relatives, and friends.  The Tuskegee News, May 25, 2000

HOWELL, Willie
, 89, a resident of Tuskegee, died Wednesday, April 19, 2000 in an out of town hospital. The funeral was Saturday, April 29 from Butler Chapel AME Zion Church, Pastor S. Field officiated. Burial was in Ashdale Cemetery with Burton's Funeral Home staff directing. Survivors include a brother, Theocia (Emma) Elmore, Breton, AL; nephews, Sylvester (Ann) Johnson, Tuskegee, Willie G. Elmore, Henderson, NC, Harvester (Patricia) Johnson, Sidney, Australia, Claude Johnson, San Diego, CA, and Clifford Johnson, Houston, TX; nieces, Agnes (Jonathan) McClean, Scotts Plain, NJ, and Cindy Elmore, Brewton; daughter-in-law, Geraldine Howell, Tuskegee; and a number of great-nephews, great-nieces, and friends.The Tuskegee News, May 11, 2000

HUFFMAN, Beatrice [STREETER] Robinson, [wife of the late Motel Huffman] of 2137 Major Avenue, departed this life Dec 8, 1966, at her residence. Born in Tuskegee, Alabama,  Mrs. Huffman was retired from Martin Marieta, Oak Ridge, Tenn.  She worked for 32 years (1947-1977).  She was a lifelong member of the Greater Ebenezer Baptist Church until failing health and of the former White Star Club and the originator of the Gospel Three Singers of Knoxville.   She will be missed by devoted son Nathaniel Swanson and a very devoted friend, Louise Hines of Knoxville; sister, Mrs. Daisy Brown of Trenton, NJ; brother, Mr. Tommy Streeter of Cleveland, Ohio; 9 grandchildren, Reginal Eugene Sutton, Sharon Wheat, Nathaniel Swanson, Jr., Tyrone Swanson, Helen Davis, Mary (Gregory) Hall, Tommy Swanson, Kimberly (Donovan) Martin and Nathan (Faye) Swanson; 19 great-grandchildren, all of Knoxville; a host of nieces and nephews of New York, Florida, and Alabama; other relatives & friends of Milwaukee & Knoxville.  Funeral service 2 pm, Saturday, Dec. 14, 1996 at Greater Ebenezer Baptist Church, 1912 Fifth Avenue, Rev. Charles Willis officiating.  Interment Highland Memorial Cemetery.  Arrangements by Jarnigan and Son Mortuary.  Knoxville News Sentinel, December 14, 1996

HUGHLEY, Ella W., of Notasulga, died Friday, May 26, 2000. The funeral was Saturday, June 3 from Shiloh Baptist Church, Notasulga, with Rev. Walter Long officiating. The Tuskegee News, June 15, 2000

HULING, Brooksie M., age 80, a resident of Tuskegee, died Thursday, June 15, 2000 in a local health care facility. Services were Thursday, June 22 from Washington Chapel AME Church, with Pastor mark D. Michael officiating. Burial was in Green Acres Cemetery in Columbus, GA, with Burton's Funeral Home directing. Survivors include one brother, Felton (Margaret) Huling; two sisters, Sadie (Harold) Taylor and Queenie Huling, all of Columbus; 12 nieces; 10 nephews and a number of great-nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends. ms. Huling was employed a the V.A. Medical Center for 35 years as a R.N. before retiring and received several service commendations for excellence.  Tuskegee News
 

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