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Alvera Kennedy (Belton)

July 1st, 1933 - April 3rd, 1993

Mrs. Alvera K. Belton, daughter of the late James H. and Ida M. Huff Kennedy, departed this life Friday, April 3, 1993. She was born in Fairfield County July 1, 1933.
 

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Mrs. Alvera K. Belton, daughter of the late James H. and Ida M. Huff Kennedy, departed this life Friday, April 3, 1993. She was born in Fairfield County July 1, 1933.

Mrs. Belton was a member of St. Mark Baptist Church. She was a graduate of Fairfield High School, and continued her education at Columbia College. Mrs. Belton was a dedicated teacher at Gleam's Head Start for many years. She was a member of Daughters of Elk Lodge Canary Temple # 1229.

She leaves cherished memories for: her husband, Charlie Belton of Ridgeway, SC; one daughter, Veronica Denise Belton of Alexandria, VA; one son, Kenith D. Belton of Columbia, SC; four sisters, Mrs. Doris Moore of Los Angeles, CA, Mrs. Mildred Vaughan of Philadelphia, PA, Mrs. Maggie Jackson of Philadelphia, PA, Mrs. Dolores Watkins of Alexandria, VA, (Glennie McNeal) preceded her in death; a devoted nephew, Bernard H. Kennedy of Columbia, SC; one daughter-in-law, Ada Brown Belton; three grandchildren, Kenesha, Bryan and Kristopher Belton; three brothers-in-law; three Aunts, Mrs. Frances Kennedy, Mrs. Jessie Lewis of Ridgeway, SC, Mrs. Eslette Neston of Michigan; one Uncle, Julius Huff of Columbia, SC; a host of nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.
 

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Charlie "CB" Belton

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Kenith Donald Belton

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Mary Alice Kennedy (Benson)

November 11th, 1937 - October 20th, 1988

MRS. MARY ALICE KENNEDY BENSON, daughter of the late Wallace A. Kennedy, Sr. and Mrs. Mattie S. Kennedy, was born November 11, 1937 in Fairfield County, Winnsboro, South Carolina. She departed this life on October 20, 1988.

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MRS. MARY ALICE KENNEDY BENSON, age 50, daughter of Mrs. Mattie S. Kennedy and the late Wallace A. Kennedy, Sr., was born November 11, 1937 in Fairfield County, Winnsboro, South Carolina. She departed this life on October 20, 1988.

She was a member of Ebenezer Baptist Church and served on Missionary Group No. 5. She also served as a Girl Scout Leader for many years until her health would not allow her.

A devoted wife and mother who was loved, respected and admired by many.

Those whose lives were enriched by her presence and now are left to cherish her memories are: her devoted husband, James; two sons, Charlie W. Kennedy and Ralph Geter Benson, both of Charlotte; one daughter, Dana Benson of Charlotte; one stepson, James William; a stepdaughter, Pauletta Benson, both of Charlotte; mother, Mrs. Mattie Kennedy; brothers, Alvin Kennedy, Leroy Kennedy, Walter Kennedy, Otis C. Kennedy and Ted Kennedy, all of Charlotte, R. Edward Kennedy of Dale City, Virginia and Melton L. Kennedy of Oxon Hill, Maryland; two sisters, Marjorie Kennedy of Charlotte and Ruby Christian of Sterling, Virginia; seven grandchildren, six aunts, four uncles, a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends.
 

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Hattie "Connie" K. Kennedy (Faison)

April 24th, 1922 - January 10th, 2005

Hattie C. Kennedy Faison was born on  April 24, 1922 to Reverend Charles Walton Kennedy Jr and Hattie Bell Harrison Kennedy, all of Fairfield County, Winnsboro, South Carolina. 

All praises to her spirit and indelible teachings from my Mom that have forwarded me as a human being -- as her only daughter, I thank her for the time shared with me while she was here on this planet!

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Hattie C. Kennedy Faison was born on 4-24-1922 to Reverend Charles Walton Kennedy Jr and Hattie Bell Harrison Kennedy, all of Fairfield County, Winnsboro, South Carolina.  Her eight brothers preceded her in death. Her one sister Gussie still living. 

Moved to Washington, D.C. in 1940, met and fell in love with Willie Ary Faison "Bill." In July of 1942, they got married in October 2nd, 1942. From that union, came three children -  Abisola Pat; Ade Willie, Nabii Donald, eight grandchildren and now 12 great-grandchildren.  She also had another son, McKinley with 3 grandchildren.  In 1997 she relocated to Toms River, New Jersey and in 2003 to New York.  We thank the Supreme Energy of Creation for giving us a Mother who gave us her best!

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Joe Gilbert

September 23rd, 1922 - April 13th, 2005

Joe Gilbert was born on September 23, 1922 in Fairfield County.  He was the eldest of two children born from the union of the late Clarence ("CG") and Kizzie Kennedy Gilbert. 

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Joe Gilbert was born on September 23, 1922 in Fairfield County.  He was the eldest of two children born from the union of the late Clarence ("CG") and Kizzie Kennedy Gilbert.  He was educated in Fairfield County Public School System. 

On March 15, 1951, he united in Holy matrimony with Eunice Davis, from their union, three sons (Clarence, Morris, Bobby) and four daughters (Patsy, Gwendolyn, Betty and Vicki) were born.  Thoughout the years, their home was blessed with love and laughter, and many heartwarming and fond memories. 
Joe joined St. Mark Baptist Church at a early age. 

His favorite scripture was the 23rd Psalm.  As he made his earthly journey, he knew the "Lord was his Sheperd. and he had no reason to fear any circumstance or situation.

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Walker Amos Kenndy

October 26th, 1901 - May 19th, 1977

Walker Amos Kennedy was born to Hattie and Charlie Kennedy on October 26, 1901. He departed this life on Thursday, May 19, 1977 at 10:53 A. M. in the Calvert Memorial Hospital.

 

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Walker Amos Kennedy departed this life on Thursday, May 19, 1977 at 10:53 A. M. in the Calvert Memorial Hospital.

Born to Hattie and Charlie Kennedy on October 26, 1901, he was one of seventeen children.

He came to Washington, D. C. in 1932 and began working as an electrician for the Railroad Retirement Agency.  He worked for this agency until he was forced to retire on disability in 1960.

Because of love for fishing and gardening, he built a summer home in Aquasco, Maryland. After his retirement, he made this his permanent home.

Walker Kennedy is survived by a sister, Clara Moore of Washington, DC, a brother Richard Kennedy of Washington, DC, a half brother, Louis Kennedy of Baltimore, Maryland and a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

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Charlie Carthan Kennedy

September 10th, 1911 - April 29th, 1986

CHARLIE CARTHAN KENNEDY was the son of the late Rev. Charlie W. Kennedy and Hattie Harrison Kennedy and was born September 10, 1911 in Fairfield County, South Carolina.

He departed this life on April 29, 1986 at the Washington Hospital Center.

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CHARLIE CARTHAN KENNEDY departed this life on April 29, 1986 at the Washington Hospital Center.

He was the son of the late Rev. Charlie W. Kennedy and Hattie Harrison Kennedy and was born September 10, 1911 in Fairfield County, South Carolina.

He moved to Washington, D.C. in 1934 and held a variety of jobs. In 1946, he was employed by the Library of Congress. He began as a messenger and continued his education to becothe a Photographic Technician. He retired from this position after 27 years of service.
He is survived by a devoted wife, Martha Virginia Kennedy; one daughter, Patricia Solomon of Richmond, Virginia; one brother, Earl E. Kennedy of Augusta, Georgia; two sisters, Gussie Sidberry of New York City and Connie Faison Of Washington, D.C.; one aunt, Clara Moore; two uncles, Richard and Lewis Kennedy; two brothers-in-law; two sisters-in-law, one son-in-law, three grandchildren and a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.

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Clarence Kennedy

October 27th, 1917 - November 7th, 2006

Clarence Kennedy was born in South Carolina and is the son of the late Robert and Maggie Kennedy.

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Dwight Preston Kennedy

April 8th, 1927 - August 1st, 2007

Elder Dwight Preston Kennedy was the oldet son of the late Joseph Preston and Elizabeth Buggs Kennedy.  Dwight was a distinguiched and exemplary role model for the community and church family.  He was a lifelong member of Lebanon Presbyterian Church in Ridgeway, SC

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Earl Edison Kennedy

June 8th, 1920 - June 24th, 1990

Mr. Earl Edison Kennedy, Sr., son of the late Rev. Charlie W. Kennedy and Mrs. Hattie Harrison Kennedy, was born Jun 8, 1920 in Fairfield County, South Carolina. He departed this life on Sunday,June 24, 1990 at the V.A. Hospital, Downtown Division, Augusta, Georgia.

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Mr. Earl Edison Kennedy, Sr., son of the late Rev. Charlie W. Kennedy and Mrs. Hattie Harrison Kennedy, was born Jun 8, 1920 in Fairfield County, South Carolina. He departed this life on Sunday,June 24, 1990 at the V.A. Hospital, Downtown Division, Augusta, Georgia.

He was converted and baptized at the Second Shiloh Baptist Church where he worked diligently and faithfully until ill health. He waia member of the Trustee Board and Club #3.

Mr. Kennedy served in the United States Army from 1943 to 1946.

On February 7, 1947, Mr. Kennedy married Miss Lannie B. Wright. To this union sevei beautiful children were born. As he assumed those responsibilities 6f a husband and father, he was employed in Augusta, Georgia by the Merry Brothers Brick and Tile Company, The Compress Cotton Mill, V.A. Hospital Lenwood Division, Southern Finance Building, University Hospital, and the United States Postal Service; where he retired after twenty-five (25) years of dedicated service.

Those that will forever cherish his memory are a loving and devoted wife, Mrs. Lannie B. Kennedy; four sons, Earl E. Kennedy, Jr., Richard, William and James Kennedy, Augusta, Ga.; three daughters, Mrs. Ernestine K. Rhoney, Mrs. Ida B. Washington and Ms. Charlie Mae Kennedy, Augusta, Ga.; an adopted daughter, Miss Connie Kennedy, Augusta, Ga.; two sisters, Mrs. Gussie Sidberry, New York City and Mrs. Connie Faison, Washington, D.C.; mother-in-law, Mrs. Ida W. Gunter; two sons-in-law, John Rhoney, Jr. and Walker Washington; a daughter-.in-law, Elizabeth Kennedy; fifteen grandchildren; two uncles, Richard and Lewis Kennedy; one brother-in-law, one sister-in-law, two goddaughters, a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.

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Ernest Calvin Kennedy

October 10th, 1967 - February 19th, 2003

Ernest Calvin Kennedy, son of Mrs. Nelle Kennedy and Mr. Leroy Kennedy was born on October 10, 1967 in Charlotte, North Carolina. He departed his life on February 19, 2003.

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Ernest Calvin Kennedy, son of Mrs. Nelle Kennedy and Mr. Leroy Kennedy was born on October 10, 1967 in Charlotte, North Carolina. He departed his life on February 19, 2003.

Ernie, as he is affectionately known, attended Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools and worked self-employed in the detailing business.

Ernie was a very kind hearted, fun loving, high spirited person who greeted everyone with a "sweet" smile. Ernie loved his children clearly. He will be greatly missed by the family and community.

He leaves to cherish his wonderful memories: his devoted and loving parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy D. Kennedy; two sisters, Debra Regina Wilson (Danny); Montique Lerae Tinsley (James); two brothers, Dolphus Leonard Kennedy (Tiffany); Ricky Reynard Kennedy (ShaVonda) all of Charlotte, North Carolina; three children; Kuamane Clark, Jasmine Seegars and Simone Kennedy; a special companion, Latonya Seegars; three aunts: Marjorie Sinclair (James); Ruby Christian (Prentice); and Betty Kennedy; eight uncles: Alvin Kennedy; Rufus Kennedy (Sandra); Walter Kennedy (Barbara); Otis Kennedy (Wilhelmenia); Melton Kennedy (Floretta); Theodore Kennedy (Roberta) and James Benson; ten nieces, eight nephews and a host of cousins and friends.

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Frances H Kennedy

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Hattie Harrison (Kennedy)

February 28th, 1887 - January 19th, 1970

Hattie Harrison Kennedy was born February 28, 1887, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Cary Harrison in Fairfield County, South Carolina.  She departed this life January l9, 1970 at 4:45 A.M. at Georgetown University Hospital. 

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Hattie Harrison Kennedy was born February 28, 1887, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Cary Harrison in Fairfield County, South Carolina. She attended public schools there. She joined St. Mark Church at a very early age and was very active in the activities of the church.

She united in holy wedlock to the Rev. Charlie W. Kennedy in the year 1905. To this union nine children were born.

In later years: the family moved to Augusta, Georgia where she immediately joined the Macedonia Baptist Church there she continued to work for the Master in every way she could. Missionary work and doing for others seemed to be her greatest joy.

In 1957 she moved to Washington, D. C. After a short time she united with the Canaan Baptist Church where she served as a faithful member of the church and Missionary Society until her health would not permit her to do more. Not only was she a church worker, but a devoted mother and neighbor.

She departed this life January l9, 1970 at 4:45 A.M. at Georgetown University Hospital. She leaves to mourn two daughters: Mrs. Gussie Sidberry and Mrs. Hattie Faison. Three sons : Charlie C., Wallace and Earl E. Kennedy. One sister, Mamie Camps; 31  grand children, 18 great-grand children and a host of other relative's and friends. Her lost will be greatly mourned; however her memories will remain with us.

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Izetta Roseborough (Kennedy)

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Marvin Jewel Kennedy

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Mattie Seals (Kennedy)

July 4th, 1914 - February 3rd, 2001

MRS. MATTIE SEALS KENNEDY was born July 4, 1914 to the late John D. and Hattie Seals in Simpson, South Carolina. She was one of nine children from this union.

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MRS. MATTIE SEALS KENNEDY was born July 4, 1914 to the late John D. and Hattie Seals in Simpson, South Carolina. She was one of nine children from this union.

She departed this life on Saturday, February 3, 2001 after an extended illness.

Mattie was united in holy matrimony to the late Wallace A. Kennedy, Sr. From this union were born 12 children. She was preceded in death by her husband and three of her children: Barbara Ann, Wallace Jr., and Mary Alice Benson.

Mattie retired from Carolina Uniform Company as a seamstress in 1977. She led an active church life at Ebenezer Baptist Church, serving on the Pastor's Aide, the Missionaries, and she sang on the Hymn Choir. Mattie was also actively involved in the Sunday School and attended church faithfully with her husband and children.

Mattie leaves to cherish her memory: seven sons and two daughters, Alvin Kennedy of Charlotte, Rufus (Sandra) Kennedy of Dale City, \\ Leroy (Nelle) Kennedy of Charlotte, Walter (Barbara) Kennedy, Otis (Wilhelmenia) Kennedy, Melton (Floretta) Kennedy of Ft. Washington, MD, Ted (Roberta) Kennedy of Charlotte, Marjorie (James) Sinclair and Ruby (Prentice) Christian of Great Falls, VA; one sister, Gertrude Young of Philadelphia, PA; 49 grandchildren, 60 greatgrandchildren; 2 sisters-in-law, Hattie C. Faison of Toms River, NJ and Gussie Sidberry of New York City, NY; and a host of other relatives and friends.

Throughout her life, Mattie has touched and influenced the lives of many, and especially her children. She will be affectionately missed by all who knew her. We will miss her loving, generous spirit and her beautiful smile.

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Richard Luke Kennedy

March 28th, 1912 - September 15th, 2000

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Spencer Raleigh Kennedy

March 26th, 1938 - January 14th, 2004

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Spencer  Raleigh Kennedy, 65, of  Ridgeway, South Carolina, entered into eternal rest on Wednesday, January 14, 2004. Born on March 26, 1938 in Fairfield County, he was the son of the late Joseph Preston and Elizabeth Buggs Kennedy. He was a member of the St. Mark Baptist Church.

Mr. Kennedy was a 1957 graduate of Fairfield High School. As a young man, he served in the United States Army. For many years, he was employed as a construction apprentice and logger. He retired in 2000 from Richardson Construction Company and worked part-time in the Recycling Department for Fairfield County Government.

The beloved and cherished memories of Spencer Kennedy will always live in the heart of his devoted wife of thirty-nine years, Willie Mae Kennedy; four sons, Kelvin (Teresa) Kennedy of Winnsboro; Vernon (Mandina) Kennedy, Sr., of {Simpson} Ridgeway; Justin and Joshua Trapp of {Simpson} Ridgeway; two daughters, Brenda Kennedy of {Simpson} Ridgeway, and Sheila (Walter) Pickett of (C*,,eenbrier) Winnsboro; eight grandchildren; one brother, Dwight (Bertha) Kennedy of {Simpson} Ridgeway; in-laws, Wesley and Christine Able of {Simpson} Ridgeway; a host of brother-in-laws, sister-in-laws, nieces, nephews, and other relatives and friends.

He was preceded in death by a son, Spencer Fitzgerald Kennedy and brother, Marvin Kennedy.

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Wallace Alexander Kennedy Sr.

July 7th, 1913 - November 4th, 1983

MR. WALLACE ALEXANDER KENNEDY, son of the late Rev. Charlie W. Kennedy and Mrs. Hattie Harrison Kennedy was born July 7, 1913 in Winnsboro, South Carolina. He departed this life on Friday, November 4, 1983 at Mercy Hospital, Charlotte, North Carolina.

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MR. WALLACE ALEXANDER KENNEDY, son of the late Rev. Charlie W. Kennedy and Mrs. Hattie Harrison Kennedy was born July 7, 1913 in Winnsboro, South Carolina. He departed this life on Friday, November 4, 1983 at Mercy Hospital, Charlotte, North Carolina.

He was a faithful member of Ebenezer Baptist Church, where he served on the Usher Board and Layman League for many years.

After 35 years as a auto mechanic, he retired from Kennedy & Son's Garage. He was a man of strong conviction, great determination and a powerful devotion to the Lord. He leaves his loved ones with the knowledge that he had made his peace with God.

Left to cherish pleasant memories are: his wife, Mrs. Mattie S. Kennedy; seven sons, Alvin Kennedy, Leroy Kennedy, Walter Kennedy, Otis Kennedy, and Theodore Kennedy, all of Charlotte, North Carolina, Rufus Kennedy of Dale City, Virginia and Melton Kennedy of Oxon Hill, Maryland; three daughers, Mary Benson and Marjorie Kennedy, both of Charlotte, North Carolina, Ruby Christian of Herndon, Virginia; two brothers, Charlie Kennedy of Washington, D.C. and Earl Kennedy of Augusta, Georgia; two sisters, Gussie Sidberry of New York City, and Connie Faison of Washington, D.C.; 33 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren, and a host of other relatives and friends.

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I NEEDED THE QUIET
I needed the quiet so He drew me aside.
Into the shadows where we could confide. 
Away from the bustle where all the day long
I hurried and worried when active and strong.
I needed the quiet tho at first I rebelled
But gently, so gently, my cross He upheld
And whispered so sweetly of spiritual things
To weakened in body, my spirit took wings
To heights never dreamed of when active and gay.
He loved me so greatly He drew me away.
I needed the quiet. No prison my bed,
But a beautiful valley of blessings instead—
A place to grow richer in Jesus to hide.
I needed the quiet so He drew me aside.

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Wallace Kennedy, Jr.

December 12th, 1942 - September 30th, 1967

Mr. Wallace Kennedy, Jr., of Charlotte, North Carolina, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kennedy, Sr., was born December 12, 1942 in Charlotte, North Carolina.  He departed this life Saturday, September 30, 1967.

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Mr. Wallace Kennedy, Jr., of Charlotte, North Carolina, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kennedy, Sr., was born December 12, 1942 in Charlotte, North Carolina.  He departed this life Saturday, September 30, 1967.

He was a member of the Ebenezer Baptist Church.

He is survived by: his wife, Mrs. Bettye Bailey Kennedy, a son, Wallace Kennedy, III, two daughters, Jacqueline and Deborah Kennedy, all of the home, seven brothers, Mr. Alvin Kennedy, Mr. LeRoy Kennedy, Mr. Otis Kennedy, and Mr. Theodore Kennedy, all of Charlotte, N. C., Mr. Walter Kennedy, Mr. Melton Kennedy, both of Norfolk, Virginia, and Mr. R. Edward Kennedy, of Washington, D. C., three sisters, Mrs. Mary Benson, Miss Ruby Kennedy, both of Charlotte, N. C., and Miss Marjorie Kennedy, of Washington, D. C., grandmother, Mrs. Hattie Kennedy, of Washington, D. C., and a host of other relatives and friends.

 

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Jessie Kennedy-Lewis

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Daniel Reginald Montgomery

January 31st, 1955 - August 24th, 2010

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Sgt. Daniel "Monty" Montgomery

November 11th, 1934 - November 19th, 2011

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Clara Louise Kennedy (Moore)

December 12th, 1899 - October 9th, 1989

Clara Louise Moore was born December 12, 1899 In Winnsboro, South Carolina to the late Charlie Kennedy and Hattie Eggelston Kennedy. She was the fifth of ten children born to this family.

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Clara Louise Moore was born December 12, 1899 In Winnsboro, South Carolina to the late Charlie Kennedy and Hattie Eggelston Kennedy. She was the fifth of ten children born to this family.

In 1928, Clara married Walter Henry, whom God called to rest. Some years later, she remarried, a marriage which ended shortly thereafter.

Clara, a loving mother, was also a faithful servant of the Lord throughout her life. She expressed her love for the Lord as a member of Mt. Carmel Baptist Church in Washington, D.C. and as a member of Purity Baptist Church, which she joined in 1953. Throughout the years, she was a dutiful member who served in various church organizations. Her gifted talent for cooking as well as her active participation on church committees, led to the construction. of Purity Baptist Church as it now stands.

Until her early eighties, Clara was actively employed. She was blessed with excellent health until July of this year, when she was beset with illness.

On Monday, October 9, 1989, God in his infinite wisdom called her to rest. She leaves her children to cherish her memories along with a host of other devoted family members and friends.

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Hattie B Robinson

September 6th, 1912 - November 23rd, 2000

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Gloria J Samuel Young

February 1st, 1945 - April 6th, 2012

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Maggie Gilbert (Wilson)

June 18th, 1924 - March 16th, 2006

Maggie  "Sis" Wilson Gilbert was born on June 18, 1924 in Fairfield County. She was the second of two children from the union of the late Clarence (CG) and Kizzie Kennedy Gilbert.

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<span 12px;"="">On Thursday, March 16, 2006 at 5:25 AM, with family at her bedside, Maggie peacefully entered into her eternal rest. Maggie or "Sis"was born on June 18, 1924 in Fairfield County. She was the second of two children from the union of the late Clarence (CG) and Kizzie Kennedy Gilbert. She was educated in the Fairfield County School System and a graduate of Fairfield High School in 1943. Maggie graduated from Coulter Junior College in Cheraw,SC and attended Paine College in Augusta, GA. After years of educational studies, Maggie found her joy in helping others. She was a dedicated caregiver to her family. In 1962, she married Herman Wilson of Columbia, SC. Three children were born from this union. Maggie was a lifelong member of St. Mark Baptist Church (Simpson Community) in Ridgeway, SC. She was always know for her generosity, kindness, delicious soul food and desserts.
Maggie leaves to cherish her memory: two daughters, Marsha Wilson Simon and Beverly Wilson Mozie; one son, Herman L Wilson, Jr.; two sons-in-law, Robert L Simon, Sr. and Rickie L Mozie, Sr.; one daughter-in-law, Stephanie Hunter Wilson; four grandsons, Robert L Simon, Jr.; Rickie L Mozie, Jr.; DeMontrius B Simon and Vadrick Deshod Mozie; two granddaughters, Kashanna A Mozie and Hannah E Wilson; one sister-in-law, Eunice Davis Gilbert; a host of loving and devoted neices, nephews, cousins and friends. Maggie was predeceased by her husband, Herman Wilson, Sr (May 1968); her father, Clarence Gilbert (June 1975); her mother, Kizzie Kenndey Gilbert (Sept 1963) and her brother, Joe Gilbert (April 2005).
 

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Frederick Woodard

January 24th, 1955 - July 15th, 2011

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Matthew Woodward

April 30th, 1921 - June 11th, 2012

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