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1561 William only appears on the 1900 census. I believe he is not the son of Thomas and Sophronia (and his alleged birthdate makes it impossible), but the son of Beatrice by her first (unknown) husband. He may have had at least one brother. His real surname is unknown at this time. HARRELSON, William L (I18144)
 
1562 Willie A Bryan apparently died in 1890 according to his headstone. However, the 1900 census shows him as living with his parents and siblings. There are no other records to clear the discrepancy. The 1910 census at Fort Oglethorpe may be a different person. BRYAN, William A "Willie" (I12852)
 
1563 WILMINGTOIN STAR NEWS Dec. 31, 2004

Reverend Jennis M. McLamb, age 91, of Little River, S.C., passed into the presence of Jesus on New Year's Eve at home. Reverend McLamb was born at Shallotte, N.C., on February 17, 1913. He was the son of the late William Henry and Ella Hardwick McLamb. He is survived by his second wife, Mary Loraine Jenrette McKeithan McLamb. They had 14 wonderful years together. Reverend McLamb was preceded in death by his first wife, Carrie Neil Hughes of Ash, N.C., and his only brother, Lloyd McLamb, of Florida. God blessed his first marriage with 4 sons: Redell McLamb and wife Edna of Shallotte, N.C.; Thomas McLamb and wife Mary of Hampstead, N.C.; Wilbur McLamb and wife Bobbie of Myrtle Beach, S.C.; and Richard McLamb and wife Glynda of White Oak, N.C.; also 5 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren, 1 great-great-grandchild, 1 step son, Ken McKeithan and wife Carolyn, of Boiling Spring Lakes, NC; 2 step granddaughters; 1 step great-granddaughter.

During his first marriage, he accepted God's call to the Ministry. From l948 until 1978, he served many churches in North and South Carolina. God blessed both marriages and his ministry and now this Scripture is fulfilled. Second Timothy 4:6-8, "I am now ready to be offered, the time of my departure is at hand. I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith. Now there is laid up for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the Righteous Judge, shall give me at that day, and not to me only, but unto all them that love His appearing."

Funeral services will be held at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 2nd in the Beulah Baptist Church at Hickmans Crossroads, NC, by the Rev. Dr. Dan Bennett and the Rev. Leyland Barnes.

Burial will follow in the Manley Bennett Cemetery.

Family will receive friends one hour prior to the service at the church and at other times from the residence.

Pallbearers are Mike McLamb, Chris Leonard, Henry Bennett, Tommy Skipper and D. L. Little. Honorary Pallbearers are Eddie Bennett, Randy Hardee, Jessie Stevens. 
MCLAMB, # Rev. Jennis Mead (I5990)
 
1564 WILMINGTON -- Mary Catherine Benton, age 81, of Wilmington, passed away on Sunday October 24, 2010 at her home.

Mary was born on September 9, 1929 in Ash, NC, daughter of the late Leila Bell Puckett and James Caswell Carlyle.

Mary was a member of Spring View PFWB Church. She was the co-owner and operator of Benton Appliance and Furniture Company and the owner of Benton Realty. She was a member of the National Association and Wilmington Board of Realtors and a former member of Wally Byam Airstream Travel Club.

Including her parents, she is preceded in death by her husband, Guy Addison Benton.

Mary is survived by her son; Edwin Benton and Joyce (wife) and her daughter; Deborah Bell, four grand children; McKenzie Bell, Michael Benton (Rachel), David Benton (Sherry), Sarah Butler (Brian), and two great grandchildren; Kimberly and Benjamin Benton, and nephews; Thomas Carlyle and Bill Bullard.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday October 27, 2010 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM at Coble Ward-Smith Funeral Home, 3915 Oleander Drive, Wilmington NC.

A Funeral Service will be held at 11:00AM on Thursday October 28, 2010 at Coble Ward-Smith Funeral Oleander Chapel with Rev. Danny Helms, Rev. Billy Carlyle and Rev. Lester Hunter officiating, with family to serve as pallbearers. A graveside service will follow at the Oakdale Cemetery in Wilmington.

Published in the Wilmington Star-News on October 26, 2010  
CARLYLE, # Mary Catherine (I9573)
 
1565 Wilmington Star-News - (Oct/22/2006)

Doris Patterson Varnam, 79, formerly of Leonard Road, Supply, NC, went home to be with the Lord Monday, October 16, 2006.
Born in Philadelphia, PA, on June 18, 1927, she was a daughter of the late Paul and Anna Florence Blanchard Patterson. She was predeceased by her husband, Norlee Varnam, and a brother, Fred Patterson.

Surviving are a daughter, Pamela V. Bates, husband Michael, of Supply, NC; a son, Robert Varnam, wife Karen, of Scottsdale, AZ; one sister, Barbara Ann Cortez, husband Steve, of Leland, NC; five grandchildren, Charity Jones, husband Scott, of Cary NC, David Varnam, wife Jessica, Michael Varnam, and Matthew Varnam, all of Riverside, CA, and Holly Bates of Supply; two great-grandchildren, Morgan Jones and Abrianna Bates; sister-in-law, Alma Patterson, of Truth of Consequences, NM; and several nieces and nephews.

Memorial services will be conducted Friday, October 20, 2006, at 2:00 p.m. in the Faith Baptist Church, Bolivia, NC. Burial will be private in the Sabbath Home Baptist Church Cemetery. 
PATTERSON, # Doris G (I10320)
 
1566 with Son Henry 19; Son Jacques Abram 17; Daughter Marie 21; Daughter Rose Marie 9; Son Jean Pierre 14 VALLETON, # Ann (I559)
 
1567 Without firm dates, I am unsure of the order of events, but in 1900 Priscilla was back living with her parents. I don't see how anyone else can be the mother of Robert and Bryant since Fletcher's first wife, Georgia, died in 1897? HARDEE, # Priscilla Melissa (I9417)
 
1568 Working as a servant in the home of Mrs. Laura Fink and her daughter Laura Stein on Orchard Street. FIELDMAN, Kunigunda Marie (I585)
 
1569 WW Smoak I was born ~ 1834, WWSmoak II ~ 1877 SMOAK, # William Wightman III (I17898)
 
1570 WWI draft card = Cary Jimmy Veitch dob: 3 Dec 1890 (in his own hand)
WWII draft card = Cary Jimmie Veatch dob: 3 Dec 1890 (in his own hand)
Headstone = Carey J Veatch dob: 1 Jan 1901
Death certificate = Carey J Veatch dob: 13 Dec 1891

In 1930, Cary was a boarder in the home of Owen and Ida Hogue Selby. Owen died in 1936. Cary married his widow. 
VEITCH, Cary Jimmy (I9235)
 
1571 WWI draft card and SSDI show birth as 23 Jul 1900
death certificate shows birth as 14 Jul 1900 
ROGERS, Thomas Levin (I20301)
 
1572 year of birth is 1870 as he appeared on the census that year
headstone engraved 1871 
RING, # William Cornelius (I11785)
 
1573 year of birth is more likely 1844 GILES, # Jennette L (I22320)
 
1574 Year of death on headstone is 1949. His obituary appeared in the paper on May 21, 1947. BRYANT, Percy Legrand (I20064)
 
1575 Yolande de Coucy (1164–1222) DE COUCY, Yolanda (I973)
 
1576 Zack Odom and his son Douglas were both killed by a single stroke of lightning. The lightning struck a stove pipe from a iron fire place on which Zach was resting his foot with his son in his lap. His son was reportedly about 9 years old at the time. ODOM, Zachary Taylor "Zack" (I18786)
 
1577  The State Hospital in Raleigh, Wake Co., NC, also known as Dorthea Dix Hospital or Dix Hill, was established in 1851 and on Feb. 22, 1856 the first patient was admitted suffering from "suicidal mania".  In the first nine months, fifty-one males and thirty-nine females were admitted.

http://www.ncgenweb.us/hyde/vitals/LUNACY.HTM 
GRISSETT, William Carson (I10408)
 

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