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died February 13, 2002
| ANDREW "TODD"
Andrew "Todd" BULLOCK, 39, of 10602 Back Ridge Road, Charlotte,
NC died Wednesday in Florida. President of United Beverage Container,
Mr. BULLOCK was born at Fort Bragg, NC on December 8, 1962. He is
survived by his wife Lynn Jones BULLOCK fo [sic] Charlotte; daughter
Shanna M. BULLOCK of Charlotte; father James L. BULLOCK of Ralph;
mother, Peggy R. Wright and husband William L. Wright of Raleigh;
bothers Roger L. BULLOCK of Rochester, NY, James Scott BULLOCK of
Greenville, NC and step brother Troy Wright of Knightdale, NC; paternal
grandmother, Katie C. BULLOCK of Garner; maternal grandmother, Lillian
R. Ward and husband Fred of Hampstead, NC. Funeral services will
be held 2 p.m. Monday, February 18, 2002 in the Chapel of Brown-Wynne
Funeral Home on Millbrook Road. Interment will follow in Raleigh
Memorial park. The family will receive friends from 12:00- 2:00
p.m. prior to the service at the funeral home.
[Source: Charlotte Observer, Charlotte, North Carolina,
February 17, 2002; downloaded from http://www.legacy.com/charlotte/LegacyHome.asp
on January 11, 2003; notes in brackets
and surname capitalizations added by compiler VC.]
IN LOVING MEMORY
Andrew "Todd" BULLOCK
DEC. 8, 1962 - FEB. 14, 2002
"Always in our hearts"
Lynn, Shanna, Mom and Billy
[Source: The News & Observer, Raleigh, North Carolina,
February 14, 2003, page B8, Record Number haafd589; downloaded July
5, 2003; notes in brackets and surname capitalizations added by compiler VC]
died June 15, 2001
| Benjamin J. BULLOCK, former
president of Hydronic Technologies, now R.E. Meyers, died Friday
of cancer in Mandeville. He was 71. Mr. BULLOCK was born in Valdosta,
Ga., and lived in Metairie for the past 45 years. He graduated from
Georgia State University and Tulane University, where he received
a master's in business administration. He was an Army veteran of
the Korean War, and a member of St. Luke United Methodist Church.
Survivors include two sons, Scott and Tristan BULLOCK; four sisters,
Mildred GRINER, Lucille SHUPE, Eunice BULLOCK and Elizabeth BRIDGES;
and seven grandchildren. A funeral will be held today at 9:30 a.m.
at Jacob Schoen & Son Funeral Home, 3827 Canal St.
[Source: New Orleans Times Picayune, New Orleans,
Louisiana, June 19, 2001, http://www.nola.com/obits/index.ssf?/obituariesstory/obitsjune19.html,
June 23, 2001; notes in brackets
and surname capitalizations added by compiler VC.]
died January 8, 2003
|Mrs. Katie Crumpler BULLOCK, 94, of 4400
Leota Drive, died Wednesday at her home. Funeral services will be
held Saturday at 3 PM at Butler Funeral Home with the Rev. Richard
Spell, Rev. Carrie Parrish and Rev. Conway Lanford officiating.
Burial will follow in the Roseboro Cemetery. She was a native of
Sampson County, the daughter of the late Richard and Lattie Novella
Spell Crumpler. She was preceded in death by her husband, James
Odus BULLOCK; Grandson Andrew Todd BULLOCK; great-grandson, Brandon
Livesay. She is survived by daughter, Jean Kay Livesay of Raleigh;
Son, James L. BULLOCK of Raleigh; 7 grandchildren; and 17 great-grandchildren.
The family will receive friends Saturday from 2-3 at Butler Funeral
Home in Roseboro. Memorials may be made to the Hospice of Wake County,
1300 St. Mary's Street, Fourth Floor, Raleigh, NC 27605 or to the
charity of one's choice.
[Source: The News & Observer (Raleigh, NC) , Death
Notices, January 10, 2003, page B8, Record Number h8hngj89 ; downloaded
July 5, 2003 from http://www.newsobserver.com; notes in brackets
and surname capitalizations added by compiler VC]
|Minta Baugh Bullock
died March 26, 1987
| Mrs. Minta BAUGH BULLOCK,
of Decatur, died March 26, 1987. She was a member of David Bible
Class, Avondale Pattillo Methodist Church and a resident of Valdosta
for 40 years. Surviving four daughters, Mrs. Russell BRIDGES, McDonough;
Miss Eunice BULLOCK; Mrs. Lucille SHUPE, Dumfries, Va.; Mrs. Mildred
GRINER, Decatur; two sons, Mr. W. G. BULLOCK, Thompson; Mr. Benjamin
BULLOCK, Metairie, La.; brother, Mr. Arthur BAUGH, Moorehead City,
N.C.; 20 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; three great-great-
grandchildren; nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held
Saturday, March 28, 1987 at 11 a.m. from Ward's Glenwood Chapel.
Dr. James BRADSHAW will officiate. Internment, Dawn Memorial Park.
Grandsons will serve as pallbearers and assemble at the chapel at
10:45. Horis A. Ward, Inc.
[Source: laminated memorial clipping, Valdosta Daily
Times, date not specified; notes in brackets and surname capitalizations
added by compiler VC]
William Green Bulluck
died Feburary 21, 1979
| DECATUR–W.G. BULLOCK, Sr., 85, of Decatur,
died Wednesday at DaKalb General Hospital here after a long illness.
A native of Raleigh, N.C.. He had lived here 11 years. A former
Valdostan, he was owner of a real estate firm in Valdosta for 40
years. He was a member of Belvedere Methodist Church here. He is
survived by his wife, the former Minta Baugh; four daughters, Mrs.
R. L. Bridges of McDonough, Miss Eunice BULLOCK of Savannah, Mrs.
W.C. Shupe of Springfield, Va., and Mrs. L.L. Griner of Decatur;
two sons, W.G. BULLOCK, Jr. of Thomson and B.J. BULLOCK of New Orleans,
La.; one sister Mrs. Paul Haskins of Creedmore, N.C.; one brother,
J. O. BULLOCK of Raleigh, N.C.; 20 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren;
and one great-great-grandchild. Funeral services are to be held
Friday 2 p.m. at Horace A. Wards-Glenwood Chapel Funeral Home with
the Rev. E.M. Nelson, pastor of Belvedere Methodist Church, and
the Rev. Howard Cobble officiating. Burial is to be in Dawn Memorial
[Source: laminated memorial clipping, The Valdosta
Daily Times, Valdosta, GA, Feb. 22, 1979; surname capitalizations and notes in brackets added by compiler VC]
William Green Bullock
died November 7, 1999
| Mr. William Bullock
THOMSON— Mr. William G. "Coach Red" BULLOCK, 76, of Fluker Street,
died Sunday, Nov. 7, 1999, at his residence. The funeral will be
at 3 p.m. Tuesday at First United Methodist Church of Thomson with
the Rev. Patrick Shannon officiating. Burial will be in Westview
Cemetery. Mr. BULLOCK, a native of Raleigh, N.C., had retired as
an educator and coach. He was an Army Air Corps veteran of World
War II; and a member of First United Methodist Church of Thomson.
Survivors include his wife, Barbara Bonnette Barmore BULLOCK; four
sons, Burton B. Barmore, Benjamin B. Barmore, and Brian B. Barmore,
all of Thomson, and Willima [sic; should be William] G. BULLOCK,
Apache Junction, Ariz.; three daughter [sic], Bonne Sapough, Clarksville,
Tonya Anderson, Phoenix City, Ariz., and Teri BULLOCK, New York;
a brother, Benjamin BULLOCK; four sisters, Elizabeth Bridges, Eunice
BULLOCK and Mildred Griner, all of McDonough, and Lucille Shupe,
Fredericksburg, Va.; and 14 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Pallbearers will be Ralph Starling, Bruce Blasingame, Jack Young,
W.G. Garrison, William Swan, Russell Gilliam, Franklin Reddick,
John Stier, Jack D. Sims and Tom Stewart. Memorials may be made
to Georgia Sheriff's Youth Home or to First United Methodist Church,
358 Main St., Thomson, GA 30824. Friends may call at the residence.
The family will receive friends from 6 to 9 p.m. today at Beggs
[Source: laminated memorial clipping from the Augusta
Chronicle, November 8, 1999; surname capitalizations and notes in brackets
added by compiler VC.]
Charles G. Mangum
died December 1935
Chas. G. Mangum Buried Wed’day
Prominent Farmer and Churchman of Salem Community Dies At Age 77.
Charlie G. MANGUM, prominent farmer of the Salem community, died at his home late Monday afternoon. Mr. Mangum was 77 years old. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock at the home, Rev. I. S. RICHMOND, Methodist minister, officiated at the service, assisted by Rev. F. M. SHAMBURGER. Interment was in Elmwood cemetery. The Masonic order, of which Mr. MAGNUM [sic] was a member, had charge of the burial service. The oldest member of the board of stewards at Salem Methodist church and influential citizen of his community, Mr. MANGUM was for many years teacher of the Salem Bible Class. Failing health recently however, had necessitated that he withdraw from some of his activities. Surviving Mr. MANGUM are his widow, the former Miss Martha J. BULLOCK, to whom he was married 58 years ago and two sons, John T. and Lonnie G. MANGUM of this county; six daughters, Mrs. Nash LONGMIRE of Granville, Mrs. Elzie RAYNOR of Henderson, Mrs. Willie CRITCHER, Mrs. Clyde LLOYD, Mrs. Clifford HUGHES and Miss Bessie MANGUM, all of this county; also a sister, Mrs. W. R. BULLOCK of Lillington and 37 grandchildren. Active pallbearers were eight of his grandchildren as follows: L. F. BOYD, LeRoy BARNES, John BARNES, C. F. CREWS, E. C. PARROTT, C. C. SPEED, R. V. BENTLEY and Joseph HAMME. Honorary pall bearers were Dr. W. N. THOMAS, Dr. Hal PITTARD, Calvin BREEDLOVE, Oscar BREEDLOVE, E. H. HUNT, Jack BARNES, Calvin CRITCHER, Cullum CRITCHER, Sam HOLEMAN, Hal HOLEMAN, John Perry HALL, Sam HALL, Daniel CREWS, N. G. CREWS, Roy CREWS, Wilbur YEARGIN, Norman DEMENT, Ray CURRIN, Jamie CURRIN, Graham HOBGOOD, Crudup HOBGOOD, Noah GOOCH, Julian WYCHE, P. M. EZZELL, Joe BAIRD, Charlie BRYAN, J. B. RHINEHART, Tom JORDON, Sol GREENWAY, and Bailey [sic]
[Source: Greenville County NC Obituaries Page, viewed February 7, 2004 at http://www.geocities.com/tina_tarlton/M.htm, source referenced: Oxford Public Ledger, January 1, 1936; surname capitalizations and notes in brackets
added by compiler VC.]
Posted February 7, 2004
Upddated December 28, 2006