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Phyllis Ann (Raper) Prutt

Phyllis Ann Pruitt

Funeral services for Phyllis Ann Pruitt, 58, of Anniston, will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Forestlawn Gardens Mausoleum Chapel, Pastor Michael Cox will officiate.

Her family will receive friends Thursday from 1-2 p.m. at Forestlawn Gardens Mausoleum. Miller Funeral Home and Crematory will direct. Mrs. Pruitt passed away at her home, July 5, 2010.


Catherine Farley

Catherine Strickland Farley, age 78 died Dec. 5, 2006 at the VA Medical Center. Services were held on Dec.8, 2006 at Hargrove United Methodist Church with Rev. David Blakney officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery with Skelton Funeral of Reform directing.

Catherine was preceded in death by her parents, her brothers, Ray Strickland and Clyde Strickland, and the father of her children Clifford Farley.


Clifford Hill Farley

Clifford Farley, age 76 of 456 Cox Hollow, died June 16, 2004 at V.A. Hospital,Tuscaloosa. Graveside services were held on Friday at 2 p.m. at Salem Cemetery, Gordo, Ala.

He is preceded in death by his mother and father Grover and Willie Farley; 2 brothers, Shelby Farley and James Farley; and 1 sister, Ruth O'Bryant.


John Andrew Spolski, Jr.

SPOLSKI, JOHN ANDREW, JR., 85, Lake Mary, Florida died Sunday, August 16, 2015 with Janell, John and Kevin at his side.

John was born in Reading, Pennsylvania on December 4, 1929 and graduated from Reading High School in 1947. He married his beloved wife, Laura Jane Reiter on January 20, 1950 and celebrated 57 years of marriage until Jane's courageous battle with cancer took her life on January 28, 2008.


Harold John Teachenor

Harold John Teachenor was a World War Ii veteran who meet my mother, Lucille Robbins Allen, on a troop train and married her at Camp Livingston (Army) in Louisiana in 1944. They initially lived in Pontiac, Oakland Co., Michigan with Lucille's two sons from a previous marriage. After the births of their two daughters they moved to Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois and lived in the same building with Ethel Carr Teachenor - his mother.


Margaret Irene (Jack) Monroe Thomson

Daughter of William Primrose Jack and Lillian Gulbrandsen Jack. Predecease by first husband Franklyn Brainard Monroe, and second husband George Thomson. Survived by Nancy Jean Sloan and Judy Johnson, and five grandchildren.


Betty Watson Peartree

Betty Watson Peartree, 86, formerly of 8 Mitchell Circle, Rome, GA, passed away on Monday, July 9, 2012, at a local hospital.
She was born in Rome on October 15, 1925, daughter of the late George Grady Watson and Flonnie Ford Watson. Mrs. Peartree was married to the late Edward Janell (Bud) Peartree III on July 22, 1944. He preceded her in death on April 28, 1971.


Maryanna Endsley Springer Rockey

ROCKEY, MARYANNA ENDSLEY SPRINGER, age 85, of Sanford FL passed away on July 17, 2015. Born in Uniontown, PA, she moved to Sanford as a teenager and graduated from Seminole High School. Maryanna fell in love with her best friend Stan Rockey. They married June 24, 1949 and were together 66 years until Stan passed this February.


Patrick A. Russell

Killed in Action
Pfc. Patrick A. Russell, 19, of Wilmington Island was killed in action in South Vietnam July3. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Albert Goette Funeral Home is in charge.

A Requiem Mass for Pat was celebrated at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Savannah, Georgia and Patrick was buried in Bonaventure Cemetery near Thunderbolt in the FISCHER Family plot.


George Karam Gannam

Savannah Morning News - Thursday, December 11, 1941
Killed In Action
Who was killed in the Japanese attack on Hickam Field, Hawaii,
becoming Savannah's first fatality of the present war.

He Becomes Savannah's First Fatility of the War
Several Savannahians In War Are Safe


Catherine Margaret "Katie" Gildea Fischer

Catherine Margaret Gildea was born to Neil Gildea and Mary Jane Ivey Gildea on September 26, 1897 in Savannah, Georgia. She was baptized on October 31, 1897 at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Savannah. At the time of her birth the family resided at 514 Brian Street in downtown Savannah on one of the beautiful squares.


Sr. Mary Daria (Elizabeth Jane) Gildea

Elizabeth Jane Gildea was born to Neil Gildea and Mary Jane Ivey on April 5, 1916 in Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia. She was baptized at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Savannah on May 14, 1916.

An article in The Bulletin of the Catholic Laymen's Association of Georgia, published on September 19, 1936, p.3, mentions that her sister Mary "Mamie" Gildea, Miss Inez Coleman and Mrs. William H. Thompson, traveled to Baltimore to visit Elizabeth at the Sisters of Mercy Motherhouse where she was in the novitiate.