Coleman, Marjorie Lee (nee Richardson)
Marjorie Lee Coleman was born January 27, 1923, in Hastings, West Virginia, daughter of Elza Herbert and Maude Bell (Fox) Richardson. She departed this life Tuesday, November 3, 2015, at Southfork River and Therapy and Living Center in Salem, Arkansas, at the age of 92 years, 9 months and 7 days.
Marjorie was employed with Forrest City Grocery for many years after earning her 4 year college degree. She was a member of the Pocahontas Methodist church. Marjorie was a loving mother to her children and will be remembered by many as the "neighborhood mom." She was an avid St. Louis Cardinal baseball fan.
Marjorie is survived by two sons, Russell Noble (Lynne) of West Lafayette, Indiana, and Mel Coleman (Debbie) of Salem, Arkansas; a stepdaughter, Pam Dunavant (Eddie) of Little Rock, Arkansas; five grandchildren, Heather Tilghman (Matt), Nicholas Coleman (Leah), Tanner Coleman (Sofie), David Dunavant and Michael Dunavant; four great grandchildren, Jack, Tucker, Kennedy and Madeline; many other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Wayne Coleman; and two brothers, Bob and Bill Richardson.
Graveside services will be held at Masonic Cemetery in Pocahontas, Arkansas, 11:00 AM Friday, November 6, 2015, with Bro John Hodges officiating. Arrangements entrusted to Barker Funeral Home of Salem, Arkansas. Memorials preferred to Arkansas Children's Hospital.
James Colvin At 7:30 last evening, at the home of Mrs. Sarah Richardson, Hibbard flats, occurred the death of Mr. James Colvin, formerly a resident of Wheeling, being employed as a steam fitter fro Trimble & Lutz. for the past year and a half he and his wife have resided at Long Beach, Cal., but they recently returned on account of his illness which was of a serious nature.
Mr. Colvin was 31 years of age and is survived by his wife, who was formerly Miss Mary Richardson, of this city. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Wm. Colvin, a brother, Mr. Claude Colvin, two stepsisters and four stepbrothers.
He was an estimable young man and was highly respected by a large circle of friends. His many friends extend to his bereaved relatives their deepest sympathy.
Wheeling Intelligencer, March 17, 1909
Colvin, Mary Richardson
At her home near Roney's Point, the death of Mrs. Mary Richardson Colvin occurred Thursday morning at 12:45 o'clock death being due to an illness of tuberculosis. She has been ill for over eighteen months. The deceased was well known and highly respected in the vicinity in which she lived. She was a member of the First United Presbyterian church of Wheeling. Mrs. Colvin is survived by her mother, Mrs. Sarah Richardson; a sister, Miss Margaret Richardson; Earl and Samuel Richardson, brothers, all of whom reside near Roney's Point, and another brother George N. Richardson, of Long Beach, Cal.
The funeral services will be conducted this morning at 10 o'clock at the family residence. Rev. Charles H. Robinson, of the First U.P. church of Wheeling, will have charge, assisted by Rev. J. W. Grimes, pastor of the Roney's Point United Presbyterian church. Interment will take place in the Stone church cemetery at Elm Grove.
A Wheeling newspaper, but no date or citation.
Congrove, Lena Richardson
Mrs. Lena Richardson CONGROVE passed away Tuesday morning after a few weeks illness. Funeral services were conducted Thursday afternoon by Rev. W. J. HOOKER from the M.E. Church. Interment in Sardis cemetery was in charge of Funeral Director J. W. RUSH. The family have the sympathy of the community.
Wetzel Democrat, July 14, 1932 (Sardis column)
Connelly, George L.
On Monday, November 17, 1941 at 1:30 o'clock p.m. in Reynolds memorial hospital, Glendale, W.Va., George L. CONNELLY, in his 76th year.
The body was removed to the Springer funeral home, 329 National Road, Elms Grove where services are to be conducted Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Friends invited to attend. Interment in Stone Church cemetery.
Wheeling Intelligencer, Tuesday, November 18, 1941
CONNELLY RITES TODAY
Funeral services will occur this afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Srpinger funeral home in Elm Grove for George L. CONNELLY, 75, retired carriage trimmer and a resident of Ohio county the greater part of his life, who succumbed to an illness Monday in Reynolds memorial hospital at Glendale.
Rev. John H. STROCK, pastor of Stone Presbyterian church, will officiate. Stone Church cemetery will be the place of burial.
Wheeling Intelligencer, Wednesday, November 19, 1941
Connelly, Joseph Sr.
At the home of his daughter, Mrs. J. V. GIFFEN, of Elm Grove, yesterday morning at 2 o'clock, occurred the death of Joseph CONNELLY, Sr., well known resident of Elm Grove, following a year's illness of paralysis.
Mr. CONNELLY was born in Wheeling and was a carriage-maker by trade. He has lived in the Elm Grove district for over thirty years, and was in his seventy-third year. He was a member of the Stone Presbyterian church, and has always taken an active interest in church affairs. He is survived by five children: Mrs. Elmer NICHOLLS, Mrs. J.V. GIFFEN, Harry, Frank and George. Funeral services will be held from the GIFFEN home Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Rev. L. B. LEWELLYN, pastor of the Stone Presbyterian church, will have charge. Burial will be made in Stone Church cemetery.
Wheeling Intelligencer February, 2, 1916
Rev. Doyle Creech, 58, pastor of Madison Avenue Baptist Mission, died Monday noon at Baptist Medical Center, Little Rock, following heart surgery earlier.
Rev. Creech was born April 17, 1912 near Chidester, to Jeff and Indiana Creech, and had been a resident of Camden for the past 17 years.
He was one of the pioneers in establishing of Grace Baptist church and served as one of its first pastors. He was well known an an evangelist in this area. He attended Ouachita University and was a Mason.
Rev. Cheech is survived by his wife, Mrs. Coy Burse Creech; three sons Doyle Creech Jr., of Camden, Bob Creech of Jonesboro and Gene Creech of Little Rock; trhee sisters, Mrs. Margie Hesterley of Camden, Mrs. Mildren Brewies and Mrs. Georgia Nelson of El Dorado: four brothers, John Creech of Bearden, Arnold Creech of Collinston, La., Glen Creech of Savannah, Ga., and Don Creech of Alaska; one grandaughter, Cynthia Creech of Jonesboro.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at First Baptist church of Camden with burial in Red Hill cemetery. Proctors in charge of arrangements.
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Cubage, Jacob Elijah
Jacob E. Cuage, 84, of El Dorado Highway died Sunday. Funeral services for Mr. Cubage will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Proctors Chapel.
Burial will be in Memorial Park by Proctor Funeral Home.
He formerly owned a operated Monarck Wedge company on the El Dorado Highway and was a life-long resident of Ouachita County.
Mr. Cubage is survived by his wife, Nona Wood Cubage; two daughters, Mrs. Raymond Lattin, Oklahoma city, and Mrs. John Law, Norman, Okla; two step daughters, Mrs. M. J. Calvin, New Orleans, and Mrs. James Mullins, Camden; a stepson, Jack N. Wood, Theodore, Ala.; two grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
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Cubage, Nobie Benson
Nobie Cubage, 86, of 908 NW 44, died Thursday at Baptist Medical Center after a long illness. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Guardian Midtown Funeral Home with burial in Memorial Park Cemetery.
Mrs. Cubage was born in Arkansas and came to Oklahoma in 1927. She was a member of Central Christian Church.
Survivors include two daughters, Hazel Lattin, Oklahoma City, and Mildred R. Law, Norman; two sisters, J. A. Savacool and Mrs. Charlie Tuberville, both of Camden Ark.; one grandchild, and three great grandchildren.
Saturday Oklahoman, Friday, November 10, 1978