Friday, February 14, 2014
L to R
Clarinda (Trammel) Clement--Great Grandmother
J.H. Clement (John Hamilton)--Grandfather
Catherine Wofford Clement--Grandmother
James L. Clement--father of Lester, Bertha, Irma, Nellie, Ella)
Lillie L Tay????--no children
Willie C. Sharpe--Bernice &? (two others died)
Noah--(Ethel Smith, B??, John Hamilton, Sallie Catherine, Alice, Noah Dee)
No date on this photo.....no telling how old this is.....what a gem!
This photo is from Ancestry.com family tree of Acoontz14
Thursday, February 13, 2014
This is the last row before you come to a dirt road that separates the extensive woods from the cemetery. At this time, there are no plans to clear the woodlands to extend the cemetery beyond the road. To the South side of the cemetery I understand there may be some plots added in the future.
There are 29 plots in Row 29, 8 of them reserved without headstones.
There are 29 plots in Row 29, 8 of them reserved without headstones.
Randy Cross, 56, of DeWitt, Arkansas, died August 28, 2012. He was born September 23, 1955 to Jack and Patsy Sue Terry Cross, who preceded him in death.
He is survived by his wife, Kathy Eastwood Cross, three children, Charity Schuller and her husband Brian of Cary, NC, Jack Cross and his wife, Karen of Fordyce, and Silas Cross and his wife, Lauren of Pine Bluff; two grandchildren Tessa Cross and Parker Schuller; two sisters, Barbara Nelson and her husband Sam of Valparaiso, Fl. and Ann Bateman and her husband Alan of Byhia, MS; and his mother-in-law and close friend Martha Eastwood of DeWitt.
He was an Farmers Insurance Agent in Pine Bluff and DeWitt for 28 years. He was the owner of Cross Agency, Inc., Cross Property Management and Tax Centers of America. He was past president of the Pine Bluff Jaycees and DeWitt Rotary Club, a member of the DeWitt Chamber of Commerce, a past member of the DeWitt City Council, a member of the Dixie Youth baseball board of directors and the Arkansas State Criminal Detention Facilities Review Committee. He was commander of the AWANA Club and taught Sunday school at Unity Missionary Baptist Church.
Funeral services were held September 1, 2012 at Unity Missionary Baptist Church. Burial was in Clement Cemetery, Grapevine, AR.
Arrangements were by Essex Funeral Home, DeWitt, Arkansas.
Patsy Sue Terry Cross, 72, of DeWitt, arkansas, died March 19, 2008. She was born May 23, 1935 at Pine Bluff, Arkansas to Opal Veo and Linda Bridges Terry.
She was preceded in death by her husband Jack Cross of Elkins.
After a life of travel with the U.S. Air Force, they returned to Pine Bluff in 1970, where she resided until moving to Memphis, Tennessee in 1991, then to DeWitt in 2005.
In addition to her husband, Patsy was preceded in death by her parents; three brothers, J.A. Terry, King Terry, and Bobby Terry; one sister, Opal Calvert; and one grandchild, Chesed Renee Nelson.
She is survived by her sister Myrt Bobo, and her brother, Bill and Charlotte Terry of Pine Bluff, Arkansas; her children Rand and Kathy Eastwood Cross of DeWitt, Arkansas,Sam and Barbara Cross Nelson of Valparaiso, Florida, and Alan and Ann Cross Bateman of Barton, Mississippi; her grandchildred, Joshua and Chrissy Nelson, Sam and Heather Nelson, Jack and Karen Cross, Josiah Nelson, Chara Nelson, Silas Cross, Joel Nelson, Abigail Bateman, Hannah Nelson, Elizabeth Bateman, Sarah Nelson and Emily Bateman, and three great-grandchildren.
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. today in Clement Cemetery in Grapevine, Arkansas. After services, the family will be at Salem Missionary Baptist Church fellowship hall in Watson Chapel. Funeral arrangements are by Essex Funeral Home, DeWitt, Arkansas (870) 946-3104.
"Bo" 78 of 3105 Jonquil Street, Pine Bluff, Arkansas died at JRMC. He was the son of James Luther and Lillian Rebecca Daniel Laminack.
He was reared and educated at Lamont community near Grapevine. He was a World War II Army veteran, a plumber and pipefitter, working for several local plumbing shops before joining the Plumbers and Pipefitters Local Union 665.
He was a member of Pine Grove Baptist Church. He was preceded in death by an infant daughter in 1950.
He was married to Earline Sanders on Dec. 23, 1942. They have two sons James C. Laminack, Jr. and Cullen Laminack. He had a brother Horace Laminack and a sister Stella Laminack Bryles.
Funeral services were at Pinecrest Missionary Baptist Church with Rev A.D. Livingston officiating by Ralph Robinson and Son Mortuary.
Jeffrey Leon Smith, Jr., 28, of Sulphur Springs, went to be with the Lord, Monday, August 16, 2010. He was born May 1, 1982 at Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Jeffrey was a son of Ava Darlene McDaniel McAlister and Jeff Smith, Sr..
A member and life long attendant of Double Wells Assembly of God, Jeffrey graduated from Watson Chapel Schools in 2000.
An avid outdoorsman, he enjoyed playing sports, hunting (especially duck hunting), fishing, umpiring for the local little league baseball and most any outdoor activity.
A welder by trade, Jeffrey worked all over the state with Pittsburg Tank & Tower, and for a time at Pine Bluff Ironworks.
Despite his sickness Jeffrey loved life, his family, friends and above all else, he loved the Lord.
Jeffrey was preceded in death by his great-grandparents, Wilbur and Iola Dunn Smith, Ike and Ollie Haynes Appling, Clarence Blackburn and J.D. McDaniel, step-grandparents, Horace and Dorothy Davis.
He is survived by his children which he loved dearly, Madison Ava, Hayden and Weston Smith; grandparents, Clyde and Jimmie Appling McDaniel and Leon and Dean Blackburn Smith; great-granparents, Bessie Mae Murdock McDaniel and Mella Bentley Blackburn Howell and husband Eugene; siblings, Josh Bunting, Jerrett, Jacey, and Jada Smith; step-mother, Robbye Smith, step-father, Mark McAllister, loving aunts and uncles; Godmother, Sheryl McDaniel, step-granparents, Don and Betty McAllister and many other loving family and friends.
Funeral services will be Saturday, August 21, 2010, 10.a.m. at Fuller Hale-South funeral chapel with Pastor Mike Cottrell officiating. Pall bearers will be Todd Smith, Jarrett Smith, Lee Bateman, Keith Lawrence, Heath Bogy and Randy Blake, Ross Bateman and Joshua Bundting to serve as Honorary Pallbearers.
Burial will be in Clement Cemetery in Grant County. Visitation will be Friday from 6-8 p.m. at the funeral home.
Memorials may be made to: Double Wells AOG, 12924 Sulphur Springs Rd, Pine Bluff, AR 71603. Online condolences: FullerFunerals.com.
Copyright 2010, Carroll County News
story URL: http://www.carrollconews.comstory/1658279.html
|Children of William & Reba Johanna Caughman LAMINACK|
James Luther is on the far left standing. The other children starting to the right of James, are his brothers Noah, Leo, sister Catherine brother Thomas. Seated in the front row L_R are his brothers, John, William, and Cordie.
This photo was found on Ancestry.com under the family tree of debpollard1.
Horace, 77, died at his home in White Hall, Arkansas. He was born at Lamont, Grant Co., AR. the son of James Luther and Lillian Rebecca Daniels Laminack.
He was reared at Grapevine, AR and a 1943 graduate of Grapevine High School. He was a Baptist. He served in the Navy during World War II on the USS Petrof Bay. He retired from Southwestern Bell Telephone Company in 1985 with 34 years of service. He was a member of Telephone Pioneers of America. He was married to Jane Ann Ratliff. They had two sons, Horace L. Laminack, Jr. and Gary M. Laminack and one daughter Alicia Laminack Musgrove.
Funeral services were by Ralph Robinson and Son Funeral Directors with Dr. J. R. DeBusk officiating.
Mr. Clyde Ross McDaniel, Sr. 76, of the Double Wells community, went to be with the Lord, Thursday, January 17, 2013. He was born August 4, 1936, in Sulphur Springs, he was a son of Bessie Murdock McDaniel and the late J.D. McDaniel.
Once dubbed as the "Mayor" of Sulphur Springs, Mr. McDaniel was a life-time member and deacon of the Double Wells Assembly of God.
A 1953 graduate of Watson Chapel High School, he married the former Miss Jimmie Appling on August 10, 1957.
Clyde was employed by Hendrix Trim Shop before going into business for himself. He worked alongside his wife for the next 50 years as owner/operator of McDaniel Auto Trim Shop and Used Cars since July of 1962, and retired from the car dealership in 2006.
Summers were covered with school bus seat repairs, time was precious, neglecting his own birthday if there was work to be done.
He was a former president of the Lee Cemetery Association.
His life was consumed with family, work, his rental property, cattle auctions, and Bud Robinson's Auctions. Family dinner time was known to be one of Clyde's favorites. Fellowship and food whether at home or church was a special time for him.
In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by an infant daughter, a grandson, Jeffrey Smith, Jr. and two brothers, Jake and Troy McDaniel.
He is survived by his mother, Bessie McDaniel; his loving wife of 55 years, Jimmie Appling McDaniel; daughters, Clydine Davis (Martin), Nadine Blake (Randy), Ava Darlene McAllister (Mark,; son, Clyde McDaniel, Jr. (Tenecia); sisters, Emma Della Lawrence (Ivan), Deloris Lawrence (Jerry); a sister-in-law, Nita McDaniel; 13 grandchildren, Ross, Lee, Micah, Josh, Trevor, Carson, Landon, Mackenzie, Kamdon, Blakeley, Clayton, Joshua and Zachery; 12 great-grandchildren, Destiny, Ross, Jr., River, Madison Ava, Weston, Hayden, Katie, Brooklynn, Lily, Rynn, Michael and Gabriel; long-time family friend, Roy "Cowboy" McCann; and many, many, other loving family and friends.
Funeral services will be 2:00 p.m. Monday, at Fuller Hale-South Funeral chapel with Pastor Mike Cottrell officiating. Burial will follow in Clement Cemetery at Grapevine.
Pallbearers will be: Randy Blake, Martin Davis, Mark McAllister, Ross Bateman, Lee Bateman, Cody Malone, Josh Bunting, Trevor McDaniel, Mark Raddle, James V. Appling, John Vailes, Carson Alexander, Landon McDaniel, and Kamdon McDaniel.
Honorary Pallbearers, Steve Lawrence, Keith Lawrence, Van Lawrence, Jason Lawrence, Jerry V. Lawrence.
Mike, 30, died at his home. He was the son of Mr. & Mrs. Murl G. Bateman of Pine Bluff. He graduated from Watson Chapel High School in 1978. He was a member of Double Wells Assembly of God Church.
He was a set-up machine operator for Eclipse Industrial Products. He was married to Clydine McDaniel Bateman on November 9, 1978. They had two sons, Gene Ross and Michael Lee Bateman, and one daughter, Micah Clydine Bateman.
Services were by Ralph Robinson and Son Mortuary with Rev. Larry Persons and Hubert Roberts officiating.
Ava, 60, was born in Grant County the daughter of James Lee" and Aletha A. Appling. She was married to J.E. Morrison, they had no children. He was buried in another cemetery by his first wife. They raised her niece Jimmie Lee Appling McDaniel after her mother was killed in a house fire.
Lee was 91, a retired farmer and lifelong resident of Grant County. He dies at his home in Grapevine as the result of a brief illness. He was the son of Jim and Caroline Taylor Appling. He was married to Aletha "Agnes" Pierce. They had one daughter, Ava Appling Morrison and three sons, Charley, Isaac James "Ike" and Harvey N. Appliing. He was a Baptist.
Funeral services were held at Clement Chapel by Robinson Mortuary with Rev. Conrad Glover officiating. Active pallbearers were W.P. Clement, Mathie Clement, Lavon Clement, Garland Clement, Laurens Blackerby, Thurman Blackerby, Hubert Clement and Milford Pierce.
Ike, 81, of Grapevine Road, a retired plumber died at Pine Bluff Nursing Home. he was born at Grapevine the son of James "Lee" and Agnes A. Pierce Appling.
He was married to Ollie D. Haynes and they had two sons Gerald I and James Vernon Appling and two daughters Agnes P and Jimmie Lee Apppling. Their children Gerald I and Agnes P were killed in a fire at their home at West 34 and Magnolia Street in Pine Bluff along with their mother Ollie. Their daughter Jimmie Lee Appling McDaniel had spent the night with a friend. She was raised by her Aunt Ava Appling Morrison and James Vernon Appling.
Ike worked for J.A. Wright Plumbing Co., Martin Brothers Butane Co., and Shackleford Plumbing Co. before retiring in 1972. He was a member of Double Wells Assembly of God Church.
Funeral services were by Ralph Robinson and Son Mortuary at the church with Rev. Hubert Roberts and Larry Person officiating. Pallbearers were Lavon Clement, James E. Clement, James Akins, Milford Pierce, Calvin Raddle, Jerry Lawrence, James Ginnett and Jerry Paul.
Alma, 44, of Sheridan died at the home of her daughter Wilma Lee Appling Clement in Pine Bluff. She was born in Jefferson County near the Double Wells community. She was the daughter of Nathaniel David "Dee" and Martha "Mattie" Simpson Ginnett (they are buried in Lee Cemetery).
She was a member of the Methodist Church. She was married to Harvey Appling. They had one daughter, Wilma Lee Appling Clement. She had two sisters, Rose Ginnett Appling (buried in Graceland Cemetery) and Nancy Hattie Ginnett Clement (buried in Clement Cemetery) and three brothers, Lon (buried in Memorial Park Cemetery), Oscar and June Ginnett (both buried in Lee Cemetery).
Her graveside service was held with Rev. Scott and Paul Fox officiating. Active pallbearers were B. W. Young, Ray Goosby, Ross Roberts, N.D. Hubbard, Fred Mathis, Robert Ross, Frank E. Wood, Dee Morris, and Pick Clement. Honorary pallbearers were friends of the family.
Wilma Lee, 46, was the daughter of Harvey N and Alma Ginnett Appling. She was married to James Edward Clement. They were the parents of Larry Edward Clement and James Harvey Clement who are both buried in Clement Cemetery.
James Edward Clement, 84, of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, passed away on Saturday, April 2, 2011 at home surrounded by his family. He was born on December 3, 1926, in Cleveland County, Arkansas, to the late James Garland Clement and Chloe Lites Clement.
He was a World War II United States Navy veteran who served as a Navy gunner's mate and was a member of Lakeside United Methodist Church. Mr. Clement retired as a Chief System Dispathcher for Middle South Utilities after 41 years of service.
He is survived by his wife Hope Clement; brother N.H. Clement and wife Marie of Athens, Alabama; sister Martha Eastwood of DeWitt, Arkansas; daughter SuSu Zenisek and husband Joseph of Wichita, Kansas; grandchildren Zack Clement, Lindsey Prescott, Dr. Joseph Zenisek, Emily Zenisek-Tucker, Matthew Zenisek, Frank Zenisek and Cole Zenisek; and great-grandchild Payne Clement Prescott.
He was preceded in death by his three sons, Larry Edward Clement, James Harvey Clement, and Wing Collins Tichenor; the mother of his children, Wilma Appling Clement; and his brother, Thomas Carroll Clement.
Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, 2:00p.m. at Fuller Hale-South Funeral Chapel with Rev Buddy Ratliff and Rev. Pam Estes officiating. Burial follows at Clement Cemetery in Grapevine, Arkansas.
Visitation will be Monday from 5-7 p.m. at the funeral home.
Memorials may be made to Hospice Angels, 3801 S. Camden Road, Pine Bluff, Arkansas 71603.
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James H. Clement, 49, of Pine Bluff, Arkansas, died Monday, November 29, 2004, at Jefferson Regional Medical Center. Mr. Clement was born July 4, 1955, in Pine bluff, Arkansas, to James E. Clement and the late Wilma Appling Clement. He was the grandson of Chloe Lites and Garland Clement.
He graduated from high school in Huntsville, Alabama. Mr. Clement had worked for International Paper Company for over 20 years before having to retire, due to poor health. He was a Methodist.
His survivors include one son, Zachary of Rison, Arkansas; one daughter, Lindsey Clement of Rison, Arkansas; his father, James Clement of Pine Bluff, Arkansas. Mr Clement was receded in death by his mother, Wilma Appling Clement and one brother, Larry E. Clement.
A memorial service is scheduled for Wednesday, December 1, 2004, at 2:00PM, in the Chapel of Ralph Robinson with Reverend Jim Brooks officiating. A private graveside will be held following the memorial service.
The family will be located at the home of his father, Mr. James E. Clement, 2204 West 42nd Avenue, Pine Bluff, Arkansas.