[gadailyuploads] Clarke Co. GA Archives obit.

nancy hatcher nancy_hatcher12 at yahoo.com
Mon Mar 9 14:11:25 EDT 2009


David, I believe the heading on this obit is wrong.  Instead of John W. Davis, shouldn't it be John W. Dillard?

Thanks.
Nancy
Clarke County GaArchives Obituaries.....Davis, John W. July 1955
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Natalie Davis dragonflyballet at yahoo.com March 8, 2009, 1:21 am

Athens Banner-Herald, Monday, July 4 1955, Page 1
Dillard Rites To Be Tuesday
   Funeral services for John W. Dillard, 79, will be held Tuesday morning 11
o’clock at Bridges Chapel.  Mr. Dillard died Sunday at 12:50 p.m. at a local
hospital after an illness of one month.
   The Rev. Paul Howle, pastor of First Christian Church, is to officiated
assisted by the Rev. W.E. McCumber, pastor of the Nazarene Church in
Thomasville, Interment will be in Oconee Hill Cemetery with Bridges Funeral Home
in charge of arrangements.
   Pallbearers will be Farris Foster, Leroy Davis, Boyd Burgess, J.W. Johnson,
Printess Conaway, and Jake Ginn.
   Survivers (sic) include his wife, Mrs. Julia Pollard Dillard and one
daughter, Mrs. O.B. of Athens; four sons, E.M. Dillard and W.P. Dillard of
Athens; James W. Dillard and W.L. Dillard of Thomasville; one sister Mrs. Camie
Jones of Atlanta.
   Mr. Dillard was a member of the First Christian Church an a native of
Gwinnett county and had lived in Athens for the past 54 years.  He was a
carpenter by trade and had been connected with the University of Georgia for a
number of years.





      
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