Accomack County,
Virginia



    Accomack County was formed in 1634 as a shire covering the entire eastern shore. It was named after the Native American word for "across the water place". The shire was renamed as Northampton in 1642. In 1663, the shire was divided into Northampton and Accomac. The county was abolished in 1670 and recreated in 1671. In 1940, the name was changed to its current spelling -- Accomack. It is neighbored to the south by Northampton County, Virginia and to the north by Somerset County, Maryland and Worcester County, Maryland. On the east is the Atlantic Ocean and to the west is Chesapeake Bay.



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    Edge Hill Cemetery
    Fairlawn Cemetery
    Greenwood Cemetery
    Joynes Cemetery
    Justis Cemetery
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    Allen, William Richard

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 13 May 2011

    William Richard Allen, 81, of Norrisville died of cancer Thursday, May 5, 2011, at his home. He was the husband of Enid Abercrombie Allen of Norrisville.
    Mr Allen was born July 30, 1929, in Salisbury. He was the son of the late Richard William Allen and Addie Gertrude Parsons of Salisbury.
    In addition to his wife, he is survived by one daughter, Kimberly Turso Baum of Jarrettsville; two stepsons, Cary C Walsh of Stewartstown, Pa, and Bradley M Walsh of Bel Air, Md; three grandchildren, Kevin R Allen of York, Pa, Sarah M Walsh of Stewartstown, and Collin A Walsh of Stewartstown; and one great-grandson, Gavin A Allen of Baltimore.
    A memorial tribute will be held at 1:30 pm June 12, at his home. For additional information, email WilliamAllen730@hotmail.com.
    Remembrances may be sent to the American Cancer Society.


    Bateman, Mary Katherine

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 8 May 2011

    Mary Katherine Bateman, 97, of Laurel died Thursday, May 5, 2011, at Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Seaford. Born on Jan 17, 1914, in Frankford, she was the daughter of the late Dr Andrew Thompson Gum and Lula Lee Fowler Gum.
    Katherine graduated from Laurel High School in 1932 and Russell Sage College in Troy, NY, in 1936 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in home economics. After college, Katherine boarded at the Barbizon Hotel for Women in New York City while working at B Altman and Co.
    She married Kenneth George Bateman in 1938 and moved to Essex Fells, NJ, where they raised their family. Even though Katherine lived the majority of her 97 years outside of the First State, she always considered Laurel home. Eventually she returned to her beloved Laurel, where she attended St Philip's Episcopal Church and was active in the Laurel Historical Society, the Laurel Garden Club and the Friends of the Laurel Public Library.
    Her husband, Kenneth George Bateman, and her daughter, Mary Katherine Bateman, preceded her in death.
    She is survived by her son, William Kenneth Bateman of Sanford, Fla; daughter and son-in-law, Sarah Bateman Cook and David Fuller Cook of Winter Park, Fla; granddaughter, Megan Fowler Cook Perks and her husband, Carter Alexander Perks, of Atlanta; and granddaughter, Heather Searing Cook of Atlanta.
    The family will receive friends Monday from 10-11 am in the Parish House at St Philip's Episcopal Church at 600 South Central Ave in downtown Laurel. The funeral service will be held in the sanctuary at 11 am, followed by burial in the Fowler family plot at Laurel Hill Cemetery.
    Contributions in her memory may be made to the Laurel Public Library, 101 E Fourth St, Laurel, Del 19956.
    Arrangements are in the care of Hannigan, Short, Disharoon Funeral Home Laurel. Online condolences can be made to the Bateman family by visiting www.hsdfuneralhome.com.


    Bliss, Robert A

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 13 May 2011

    Robert A Bliss, 75, died Tuesday, May 10, 2011, at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. Born in Baltimore, he was a son of the late John and Mildred Bliss.
    Mr Bliss was a US Army veteran. He was a successful entrepreneur and business owner. He enjoyed fishing, crabbing and computers. He also had his pilot's license and enjoyed flying.
    He is survived by his daughter, Sandy Wilkinson; his companion of 20 years, Hahn T Marascuila; a brother, Jack Bliss and his wife, Linda; four grandchildren, Lenny, Kenny, Terry and Jordan; and one great-granddaughter, Trisha Lynn.
    He was preceded in death by a son, Gary Bliss, and a sister, Marilyn Bliss.
    A funeral service will be held Saturday at noon at Burbage Funeral Home in Berlin. Friends may call from 11 am to noon. The Rev Olin Shockley will officiate. Interment will follow in Evergreen Cemetery.
    In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Liver Foundation, 39 Broadway, Suite 2700, New York, NY 10006.


    Brewington, Elaine D

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 11 May 2011

    Elaine D Brewington, 85, of Lusby, and formerly of Salisbury, died Thursday, May 5, 2011, at the Inns of Evergreen Assisted living Facility in Lusby. Born in Oriole on Feb 5, 1926, she was a daughter of the late Lee and Edna Kay Laird. Mrs Brewington's late husband was Jay Brewington.
    She was a seamstress and had upholstered furniture and boats.
    She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Al Hastings and his wife, Dottie Brimer Hastings, of Sunderland, Md; a grandson, Joshua Hastings of Sunderland; and a sister, Ginny Whitman of Bluefield, Va, as well as several nieces and nephews and her honorary family, Pastor Joseph, Charlethia and Tyr'a Awkward.
    She was preceded in death by her late sisters, Juanita Adams and Gloria Dubbin; and her late brothers, Bobby Laird, Joe Laird, Russell Laird and Claude Brewer.
    A funeral service will be held Saturday at 2 pm at Hinman Funeral Home in Princess Anne, where friends may call one hour prior to service time. Pastor Joseph Awkward will officiate. Interment will be in St Peters Cemetery in Oriole.
    To leave condolences, please visit hinmanfuneralhome.com.


    Brown, Nettie P

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 11 May 2011

    Nettie P Brown, 99, of Salisbury passed away peacefully, Monday, May 9, 2011, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. She was born Dec 14, 1911, to Charles E Pruitt and Sarah F Tyndall Pruitt.
    Mrs Brown attended Salisbury School and graduated from Golden Beacom Business School. In 1930, she married Harold Evans Brown, who preceded her in death in 1969.
    She worked as Head Bookkeeper at Seven Up Bottling Co of Salisbury, that later moved to Denton. She retired after many years of service. She loved to travel and to vacation in Miami. Nettie also loved a good bargain when she could find one.
    Mrs Brown was a lifetime member of St Andrews United Methodist Church on Vine Street in Salisbury. She was a resident of Pine Bluff for 25 years and spent the last nine years at Genesis Salisbury Nursing Home.
    She was the last of her eight siblings. Preceding her was Myrtle P Parsons and husband, Welton, Helen P Brown and husband, Raymond, Charles "Buddy" Pruitt and wife, Dot, Bessie P Adkins and husband, Newton, Maude P Dykes and husband, Cecil, Dolly P Niblett-Gibbons, husbands, Jody Niblett and Ernie Gibbons Sr; and a brother, Joseph, who drowned at the Salisbury City Park in 1935.
    Although she had no children of her own, she was a wonderful aunt/mother to all her many nieces, nephews and all the many great-nieces and -nephews. A special nephew and friend, Richard Parsons, was her caregiver.
    A funeral service will be held at Bounds Funeral Home on Thursday at 2 pm Friends may call this evening from 6-8 at the funeral home. A graveside service will be held in Union Church Cemetery, where she will be placed to rest beside her husband, Harold.
    Contributions can also be made to St Andrews United Methodist Church, 400 E Vine St, Salisbury, Md 21804.
    Please visit www.boundsfuneralhome.com to send letters of condolence.


    Bunting, Ruth Anna

    Published in Daily Times, Salisbury Md, 7 Mar 1972

    Assawoman, Va -- Funeral services were scheduled for 2 pm today in the Atlantic, Va, Baptist Church for a member, Mrs Ruth Anna Bunting, 79, of Assawoman.
    She died Saturday in the Green Maple Nursing Home, Accomac, after a long illness.
    The Pastor, the Rev J H Kidd, will officiate. Interment will be in Assawoman Cemetery.
    Mrs Bunting was born here and was a daughter of the late Sewell W and Annie Savage Chesser. Her husband was the late Thomas Letcher Bunting.
    Surviving are a daughter, Mrs Elbridge Nock, Pocomoke City; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs Milton Byrd and Mrs Rupost Barnes, of Mears, Mrs Jack Stewart, Miami, Fla, Mrs Harry Tarr, Chincoteague, and Mrs Hazel Fishter, Atlantic; and several nieces and nephews.


    Burroughs, Laura Jane

    Published in Richmond Times Dispatch, 28 Apr 1945

    Mrs Laura Jane Burroughs, widow of William Cook Burroughs, died Friday in the home of a daughter, Mrs R C Childs, Lynchburg. She is survived by two sons, Fred H Burroughs of Hallwood and Ralph A Burroughs of Onancock; two daughters, Mrs R C Childs and Mrs G Guy Overholt of Altavista; one sister Mrs Ida F Green of Trenton, NJ and also by three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the Asaawoman Church, Accomack County, at 4 pm Sunday with interment in the Church Cemetery.


    Canny, Rose Marie

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 10 May 2011

    Miss Rose Marie Canny, 57, of North Street Burton Home died Saturday, May 7, 2011, at Self Regional Medical Center.
    Born in Richmond, she was a daughter of the late William Hopkins and Rose Neatrour Canny.
    She attended special needs training schools in Virginia and Connecticut, graduating from Cedar Chapel School in Snow Hill. While living in Spartanburg, SC, she was an active member of St Christopher's Episcopal Church and the Charles Lea Center.
    After moving to Greenwood, she was a ready assistant alongside her mother in many local volunteer activities including the Greenwood County Food Bank and Soup Kitchen and the Wise Penny for St Nicholas Speech and Hearing Center. Miss Canny was a member of The Church of the Resurrection, Episcopal, where she had served as an acolyte and helper. She had been an integral part of the Burton Center Community since 1984.
    Surviving are two brothers, William F Canny of Spartanburg and Edward W Canny of Houston; and sister, Patricia Canny Reynolds of Trenton, Ohio.
    Services will be held Tuesday at 3 pm at The Church of the Resurrection, Episcopal, with the Rev Nicholas Beasley officiating. Inurnment will be at a later date in St David's Episcopal Church in Aylett, Va.
    Memorials may be made in lieu of flowers to Burton Center Foundation, 2605 Highway 72/221 E, Greenwood, SC 29649; York Place-Episcopal Church Home for Children, 234 Kings Mountain St, York, SC 29745; or preferred charities.
    The family is at the home of her brother, William F Canny, 305 Lake Forest Drive, Spartanburg, SC 29307.
    Harley Funeral Home and Crematory in Greenwood is in charge of arrangements.
    Messages may be sent to the family by visiting www.harleyfuneralhome.com.


    Christopher, Filmore

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 13 May 2011

    Filmore Christopher, 75, of Westover passed away Wednesday, April 27, 2011, at the home of his granddaughter and his grandson, Tasha and Gavonn Bailey, in Princess Anne. He was born to the late Ernest and Mary Christopher on March 26, 1936.
    He attended Somerset County public schools. He was a self-employed logger and farmer. He later became employed at Mountaire Feed Co, until he retired in 2006 as a truck driver.
    He joined Flower Hill Church in Eden at a young age. He was always contributing his produce, time and financial donations throughout the years without hesitation. He was a good husband, father, brother, grandfather and uncle.
    Filmore and Sara ("Green Jean," as he liked to call her) married at a very young age and raised their five children on Flower Hill Church Road. Sara preceded Filmore in death. He later married Mildred (Handy) Christopher and moved to Westover.
    He is survived by his four sons, Filmore Christopher Jr of Hagerstown, Md, Albert (Elaine) Christopher of Princess Anne, Maurice (Willowdean) Christopher of Tennessee and Gilmore (Mary) Christopher of Princess Anne; one brother, Frances (Janie) Christopher of Eden; & one sister, Agnes Christopher Eason of Philadelphia. He leaves to cherish his memory 10 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; two sisters-in-law, Mary Christopher and Irene Christopher; one brother-in-law, Henry Boone; and a host of cousins, nephews, nieces and friends he made throughout his lifetime.
    He was preceded in death by one daughter, Diane Christopher; five sisters, Bertha, Pearl, Florence, Maggie, and twin sister, Thelma Christopher; and three brothers, Roger, Russell "Uncle Buck" and James Christopher.
    A funeral service will be held Saturday at noon at Flower Hill Church in Eden, where a viewing will be held two hours prior to the service.
    Arrangements are by Bennie Smith Funeral Home.


    Collier, Lorraine F

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 8 May 2011

    Lorraine F Collier, 90, of Salisbury died Thursday, May 5, 2011, at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury. Lorraine was born Dec 31, 1920, in Havaco, W Va, to the late George Dewey Johns and Brownie Leona Johns DeHart.
    Lorraine was a devoted member of Grace United Methodist Church for more than 50 years. She spent many years of her life caring for others and was always willing to help everyone. Lorraine was employed at Automatic Vending Service Inc, a family business, for more than 25 years as a cashier and receptionist. She loved the outdoors and enjoyed flowers and gardening. She also loved to travel with family and friends. Lorraine was a devoted wife of 63 years, a loving mother and enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren.
    She is survived by her husband, Charles Collier of Salisbury; sons, Charles Collier Jr and his wife, Katrina, of Salisbury and Richard Stallard and his wife, Beverly, of Fort Mill, SC; and grandchildren, Casey S Collier and his wife, Kasey, and Joshua Stallard.
    In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her stepfather, Robert S Davis.
    A funeral service will be held Tuesday at 1 pm at Grace United Methodist Church, 635 E Church St, Salisbury, with burial in Springhill Memory Gardens near Hebron.
    Contributions may be made in her memory to Coastal Hospice at the Lake, PO Box 1733, Salisbury, Md 21802.
    Arrangements are in the care of Holloway Funeral Home PA at 501 Snow Hill Road in Salisbury. To send condolences to the family, visit www.hollowayfh.com.


    Cox, Austin Christopher

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily TImes, 14 May 2011

    Austin Christopher Cox, infant son of Darren Christopher Cox of Stevensville and Ashley Lee Adkins Callis of Seaford, died Wednesday, May 11, 2011, at Beebe Medical Center in Lewes.
    In addition to his parents, he is survived by a brother, James "JJ" Callis; a sister, Hailey Callis; grandparents, John and Bonnie Cox of Stevensville, Victoria Adkins of Seaford, Charles Adkins of Seaford and Edgar Lyons of Seaford; aunts, Nicole and Billy Paquin of Stevensville, Amanda and Rolley Marvel of Seaford and Jessica Adkins of Delmar.
    A memorial service will be held Friday at 3 pm at Holloway Funeral Home in Salisbury with the Rev Howard Travers officiating.
    Arrangements are in the care of Holloway Funeral Home PA at 501 Snow Hill Road in Salisbury. To send condolences to the family, please visit www.hollowayfh.com.


    Coryell, E C

    Published in Richmond Times Dispatch, 10 Jul 1928

    Assawoman Va, July 9, E C Coreyll, 68, died at his home at Assawoman, Va. Interment was made in the Assawoman Cemetery conducted by Rev Mr Fletcher. He is survived by his widow, one son Walter F Coryell; two daughters, Bernice Coryell and Mrs S L Ayres.


    Davis, Willie L Sr

    Published in Eastern Shore News, 18 Oct 2006

    Willie L Davis Sr, 80, husband of Sandra L Davis and a resident of Parksley, died Saturday, Oct 7, 2006 at Shore LifeCare at Parksley. Born in Parksley, Mr Davis was the son of Armston Chandler and the late Bertha Griffin. He served in the armed forces and was an entrepreneur. He was a member of Adams United Methodist Church, Parksley. A funeral service was held at Adams United Methodist Church on Saturday, Oct 14, at noon. The Rev George White Jr officiated. Interment was in the church cemetery. Other than his wife and father, Mr Davis is survived by sons, Willie Jr, Dwayne, Shannon, Eric and Darryl; daughters, Doreen Simmons and Yolanda Gross; 29 grandchildren; and 26 great-grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Cooper & Humbles Funeral Co, Accomac.


    Davis, Willie Seymour Lawrence Jr

    Published in Eastern Shore News, 24 Oct 2007

    Willie Seymour Lawrence Davis Jr, 57, husband of Mary S Davis and a resident of Parksley, died at his residence on Tuesday, Oct 9, 2007. Born in Parksley, Mr Davis was the son of the late Willie Davis Jr and Mildred Poulson Davis He was a laborer. Funeral services were held at Macedonia AME Church, Accomac, on Saturday, Oct 20, at 1 pm with the Rev George F White Jr officiating. Interment was in the Adams United Methodist Cemetery, Whitesville. Other than his wife, Mr Davis is survived by five daughters, Paula Griffin, Wanda McDonald, Nicole Davis, Shanette and L'oreal Davis; five sons, Willie II, Derek, Warren, Christopher and Maurice Davis; two sisters, Doreen Simmons and Yolanda Gross; four brothers, Dwaine Hargis, Shannon Davis, Darryl and Eric Ames; and 21 grandchildren. Arrangements were provided by the Cooper & Humbles Funeral Co, Accomac.


    deHuarte, John Francis

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 11 May 2011

    John Francis deHuarte, 87, of Ocean Pines, Berlin and formerly of the Washington area, died Monday, May 9, 2011, at his home, surrounded by his family. Born on May 28, 1923, in Washington, he was the son of the late Jose Antonio deHuarte and Helen A Myers deHuarte.
    He was preceded in death by his wife of 55 years, Pauline A deHuarte, in 2005.
    He served in the Army during World War II, having fought in the Battle of the Bulge. He was a member of the 773rd US Army Tank Destroyer Battalion, 90th Division. He worked for 35 years at the Defense Mapping Agency, performing work involving classified materials for high-level government officials including: Congress, the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the White House. He was also responsible for the development of photos of the moon brought back from early NASA Apollo missions.
    During his lifetime he gained his pilot's license and was a professional dog breeder, raised racing pigeons, was a professional jockey, amateur radio operator, notary public, avid graphic art photographer and consultant, and small business owner. He was a lifelong fan of the Redskins, Orioles and Maryland Terrapins. He was former captain of the Branchville, Md Volunteer Fire Department Rescue Squad and Chief of the DC Crash Rescue and Fire Fighting Air National Guard and was a lifetime member of the American Legion and VFW.
    He is survived by a brother, Alberto Jose deHuarte and his wife, Charo; and a sister, Manuela Albertino (Manolita) deHuarte, both of Pamplona Spain; eight children, Helen Marie Martin and husband, Bob, of Cascade, Md, John Michael deHuarte and wife, Sandy, of Brave, Pa, Joseph Anthony deHuarte and his wife, Nancy, of Bowie, Md, Carmen Manuela Pirrone (his loving caregiver for the past six years) of Berlin, David Albert deHuarte and his wife, Sharon, of Maidsville, W Va, Christina Ann deHuarte of Salisbury, Teresa Marie Fields and her husband, Fred, of West Ocean City and Paul Vincent deHuarte and his wife, Janet, of Berlin. He was beloved "PeePop" to 16 grandchildren and numerous great-grandchildren. He is also survived by beloved sister-in-laws, Minnie Spigone of Washington, Dora McGuigan and her husband, Charles, of Seabrook, Md, and Mary Dove of Palmer Park, Md, and numerous nieces and nephews, who lovingly referred to him as "Uncle Ponch."
    Services will be held Friday at 1:30 pm in Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Silver Spring, Md.
    Because of his love of animals, the family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations in his name be made to the Worcester County Humane Society, PO Box 48, Berlin, Md 21811.
    Arrangements are in the care of Burbage Funeral Home in Berlin.


    Fisher, Terrell

    Published in Eastern Shore News, 17 Nov 2007

    Baby Terrell Fisher, infant son of Milton Fisher of Temperanceville and Jessica Russell of Parksley, was born and passed away on Friday, Nov 9, 2007. Survivors include his sisters, Aleah Russell and Alesha Fisher; maternal grandparents, Tammy Russell of Parksley and Gerld Gale of Savageville; and paternal grandparents, Milton and Shana Harmon of Temperanceville and Cheryl Fisher of New Jersey. Funeral services will be conducted from the Jerusalem Baptist Church in Temperanceville on Thursday, Nov 15, at 1 pm with the Rev Michael T Scott officiating. Interment followed in the Adams Cemetery in Parksley. Memory tributes may be sent to the family at www.williamsfuneralhomes.com. Arrangements by the Williams-Parksley Funeral Home.


    Fisher, Violet Mae Watson

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 11 May 2011

    Violet Mae Watson Fisher, 94, of Parsonsburg died Sunday, May 8, 2011, at her home. Born on March 6, 1917, in New Church, she was the daughter of the late Harry Thomas Watson and Mae Taylor Watson.
    She was a member of Grace United Methodist Church, AARP and Furnace Town Living Heritage Museum in Snow Hill. She worked for the former White & Leonard's Toy Store, former Benjamin's as a buyer for the Juniors Department and the former Hutzler's as a department manager and then worked in sales for the Country House in Salisbury, retiring in 1998.
    She and her late husband enjoyed boating, camping in Assateague and traveling to Florida. She also loved the beach and gardening.
    In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Robert Harold Fisher, in 1990; a sister, Catherine Hudson; nine brothers-in-law, Halton Johnson, Woodrow Hudson, Joe Fisher, Jack Fisher, Everett Fisher, Darryl Hall, Al Withoff, Howard Sipple and Virdon Bryan; and five sisters-in law, Pat Sipple, Helen Bryan, Edith Fisher, Carrie Fisher and Teenie Fisher.
    She is survived by a daughter, Patricia Ann Fisher Parker (Robert) of Parsonsburg; a son, Robert "Bob" Anthony Fisher (Kathy) of Snow Hill; a grandson, Robert Thomas Fisher (Stacy), three great-grandchildren, Dustin Kolarick, Ashlea Fisher and Cassidy Fisher, all of Berlin; two sisters, Gloria (Waples) Gum of Frankford and Peggy Johnson of Roxana; three sisters-in-laws, Eunice Fisher of Berlin, Ruth Hall of Bishop and Nellie Withoff of Bemidji, Minn; 11 nephews and six nieces.
    A funeral service will be held Thursday at noon at Holloway Funeral Home in Salisbury, with a visitation one hour prior. Interment will follow in Evergreen Cemetery in Berlin.
    The family has requested that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the Parsonsburg Fire Department and the Parsonsburg Ambulance Service, PO Box 208, Parsonsburg, Md 21849.
    Arrangements are in the care of Holloway Funeral Home PA at 501 Snow Hill Road in Salisbury. To send condolences to the family, please visit www.hollowayfh.com.


    Ford, Julia Covington

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 11 May 2011

    Julia Covington Ford of Princess Anne died Saturday, May 7, 2011. Born in Princess Anne, she was the daughter of the late James and Julia Covington.
    She graduated from Princess Anne High School in 1928 and Salisbury Normal School in 1931. Mrs Ford earned her bachelor's degree at the University of Maryland and was employed by the Somerset County Board of Education for 42 years.
    Mrs Ford was a member of St Andrews Episcopal Church, St Andrews Altar Guild, Somerset Country Retired Teachers Association, Somerset County Historical Trust and the Delta Kappa Gamma Society. The Julia Covington Ford Endowment Fund was established in her honor.
    Her husband, William Clyde Ford; her sister, Mary Covington Windsor; and nephew, James Edward Covington Windsor have predeceased her.
    Mrs Ford is survived by her nephew James' wife, Linda Windsor of Salisbury; and her faithful caregivers for the last several years, Karen McCue, Mary Champion and Mary's daughter Ty.
    A visitation will be held today from 1-2 pm for friends and family at St Andrews Episcopal Church in Princess Anne, followed immediately by a 2 pm service. Interment will be in St Andrews Episcopal Cemetery in Princess Anne.
    Arrangements are by Hinman Funeral Home in Princess Anne.


    Gunter, Devontae Edward

    Published in Eastern Shore News, 28 Feb 2007

    Devontae Edward Gunter, 19, a resident of Painter, died Friday, Feb 16, 2007 in Savageville. Born in Nassawadox, Mr Gunter was the son of Charles Edward and Karen J Gunter. He was a member of Adams United Methodist Church, Parksley. A funeral service was held at Macedonia AME Church, Accomac, on Saturday, Feb 24, at 10 am. The Rev Milton Bunting and the Rev Norman Vick officiated. Interment was in Adams United Methodist Cemetery, Parksley. Other than his parents, Mr Gunter is survived by two sisters, Wykia Ames and Kaniah Gunter; grandmothers, Sandra Davis and Margaret Jane Gunter; and grandfather, Milton Lee Justis. Arrangements were made by Cooper & Humbles Funeral Co, Accomac.


    Hoffman, Raymond Ellsworth

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 12 May 2011

    Raymond Ellsworth Hoffman, 92, of Salisbury died Monday May 9, 2011, at his home. Born in Wenona on April 7, 1919, he was the son of the late Carl and Lucy Hoffman.
    He worked for the Maryland Natural Resources Police-Marine Division, retiring after 30 years as a captain. He was a US Navy veteran serving in the Pacific Theatre during World War II, a 55-year member of OT Beauchamp Post 94 of the American Legion in Princess Anne and a charter member of The Deal Island-Chance Lions Club. Mr Hoffman attended Cross Pointe Church of the Nazarene in Salisbury. He especially enjoyed meeting with his buddies at Hardee's for the Coffee Club every morning.
    He is survived by his daughter, Vicki Lynn Benton of Salisbury; his brother, Carl Hoffman Jr and wife, Ethel, of Salisbury; and his sister, Estelle Noble of Princess Anne. His granddaughter, Renee Benton Dorsey and husband, Ben; four great-grandchildren, Christopher Benton and Rebecca, Nathan and Leah Dorsey; and several nieces and nephews.
    Preceding him in death were his wife, Florence Jones Hoffman; his grandson, Paul "Terry" Benton; and his brother in-law, Arthur Lee Noble.
    A funeral service will be held Friday at 2 pm at Hinman Funeral Home in Princess Anne. Friends may call one hour prior to the service. The Rev Jack Savage will officiate. Interment will follow in Rock Creek Cemetery in Chance.
    Memorial contributions can be made to Coastal Hospice, PO Box 1733, Salisbury, Md 21802.
    To leave condolences, please visit www.hinmanfuneralhome.com.


    Hurley, Evelyn Phillips

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 12 May 2011

    Evelyn Phillips Hurley, 95, of Pocomoke City died Monday, May 9, 2011, at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury. Born on July 29, 1915, in Pocomoke City, she was a daughter of the late Alonzo and Emma Outten Phillips.
    Mrs Hurley was a member of Bethany United Methodist Church and the United Methodist Women, a life member of the Pocomoke City Volunteer Fireman's Auxillary, a life member of the Del-Mar-Va Volunteer Fireman's Auxillary and a member of Soroptimist International of Pocomoke City. She retired from CK Duncan Oil Co (Citi Service Co).
    She is survived by one niece, Sandra McDaniel Klima and her husband, Dennis, of Dover; one great-niece, Kimberly Bogle and her husband, Brian, of Severn, Md; two great-nephews, Edward Klima and his wife, Jennifer, of Newark, Del, and Kevin W Phillips and his mother, Dottie, of Salisbury; two special great-great-nephews and one great-great-niece, whom she thought of as her grandchildren, Eddie and Calvin Klima and Emma Bogle, as well as other Hurley nieces and nephew, Sylvia Onion, Richard Brittingham and Linda Mazinski.
    In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Henry S Hurley III; a sister, Ada P McDaniel; a brother, Wilson Phillips; and a nephew, Donald Phillips.
    Funeral services, officiated by the Rev Dr Sally Dolch, will be held at 2 pm Friday at Bethany United Methodist Church at 205 Market St in Pocomoke City, where family and friends may call one hour prior to the service. Interment will follow in First Baptist Church Cemetery.
    If desired, contributions can be made to the Pocomoke City Fireman's Auxillary, c/o Rhonda Wilkerson, 8266 Courthouse Hill Road, Pocomoke City, Md 21851.
    Arrangements are in the care of Holloway Funeral Home PA at 107 Vine St in Pocomoke City. To send condolences to the family, visit www.hollowayfh.com.


    Jarmon, William W Jr

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 14 May 2011

    William W Jarmon Jr, 78, of York died at 1:45 pm Wednesday, May 11, 2011, at his home. Mr Jarmon was born Oct 8, 1932, in Friendship, Md, the son of the late William W Sr and Lorraine (Pennewell) Jarmon.
    He was the husband of Linda D (Einsig) Jarmon with whom he celebrated their 26th wedding anniversary Nov 23, 2010.
    He was an auto mechanic who spent 13+ years in the Army (3rd Cavalry). After leaving the Army, he went to work with his uncle and mentor, Allen Jarmon. He ran Jarmon Garage in Whaleyville, and later Jarmon's Bridge Texaco in Ocean City until his retirement in 1984. Bill, a water enthusiast and member of West York VFW Post 8961, spent his later years searching for antiques and researching his genealogy. His constant companions were "the Girls" (his Yorkies), Bailey and Lacey.
    Mr Jarmon is survived by his wife; five children, Mary Hager, William Jarmon III, Allen Jarmon, Paul Jarmon and John Jarmon; three stepchildren, Charles Senft, Kelly Meyer and Chad Senft; 11 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Kathleen Windsor and Natalie Jarmon.
    He was preceded in death by an uncle, Allen Jarmon.
    A viewing will be from 12:30-1:30 pm Tuesday at Workinger-Semmel F H & Crematorium Inc at 849 E Market St in York, with a service to follow at 1:30 pm at the funeral home. The Rev Richard B Starr, pastor of Starview Christ Lutheran Church, will officiate, with burial to follow in Mount Rose Cemetery. Graveside military honors will be given by the York County Veterans Honor Guard. Memorial contributions may be made to the Cancer Patient Help Fund, c/o York Health Foundation, 912 S George St, York, Pa 17403.
    Arrangements are being handled by Workinger-Semmel F H & Crematorium Inc in York, www.workinger-semmel.com.


    Jefferson, Isaac Napoleon Sr

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 14 May 2011

    Isaac Napoleon Jefferson Sr, 83, of Dover died Thursday, May 5, 2011, in Serenity Hospice at Wilmington Veterans Affairs Hospital in Elsmere, Del. Born in Laurel, he was a son of the late Edward and Katharine Horsey Jefferson.
    He was drafted into the US Army in 1948 and successfully served his country for 28 years. After retiring as a sergeant first class from the Army, he joined the DuPont Co and worked for a short period of time. He also joined the 436th Maintenance Squadron at Dover Air Force Base, where he remained for 10 years.
    Isaac was a member and trustee at Whatcoat United Methodist Church of Dover. He was also a member of Mason Composite Lodge 121 of Philadelphia.
    He leaves cherished memories with his wife of 58 years, Adaline Jefferson of Dover; one son, Isaac N (Claudene Strain) Jefferson Jr of Felton, Del; one daughter, Rowena G (Bobby) Baxter of Stafford; one brother, John Jefferson of Millsboro; four sisters-in-law, Gertrude Elzey of Salisbury, Dorothy Barnes of Delmar, Naomi (Wendell) Johnson of Burlington, NJ, and Guelda (Robert) Tull of Willingboro, NJ; three brothers-in-law, Alfred C Mitchell Jr of Newark, NJ; Charles (Mae) Mitchell of Delmar and Jerome Burton of Laurel; five grandchildren, Michael Baxter of Washington, Antonio Thomas Jr of Manassas, Michelle Jefferson of Dover, Tiffany Baxter of Stafford and Ceara Jefferson of Felton; five great-grandchildren; a devoted and best friend, Ulysses Washington of Dover; and a host of nephews, nieces, cousins, other relatives, in-laws and friends.
    He was preceded in death by one grandson, Jerrell Baxter; four sisters, Edna Smith, Frances Dixon, Ann Miller and Jeanette Burton; and one brother, Rudolph Jefferson.
    Isaac will lie in repose Wednesday from 9-11 am at Whatcoat United Methodist Church at 341 Saulsbury Road in Dover. The funeral service will begin at 11 am. The Rev Alice Johnson Ervin will be the officiating pastor. Interment will be Friday at 2 pm in Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery at 2465 Chesapeake City Road in Bear, Del.
    A ministry of comfort and dignity is being provided by Lewis N Watson Funeral Home PA in Salisbury. Please visit www.lewisnwatsonfuneralhome.com to offer condolences to the family.


    Kelley, Grace Geneva

    Published in Eastern Shore News, 8 Feb 2006

    Grace Geneva Kelley, 72, wife of the late Thomas Kelley Sr and a resident of Parksley, died Wednesday, Jan 25, 2006 at her residence. Born in Parksley, Mrs Kelley was the daughter of the late Lela Dix and Norman Ewell. She was a member of Adams United Methodist Church, Parksley. A funeral service was held at Adams United Methodist Church on Wednesday, Feb 1, at 1 pm. The Rev Charles F Bates officiated. Interment was in the church cemetery, Parksley.
    Mrs Kelley is survived by two step-sons, Thomas Kelley Jr and Keith Kelley; and step-daughter, Ellen Turner. Arrangements were made by Cooper & Humbles Funeral Co, Accomac.


    Kenney, Robert S

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 7 May 2011

    Robert "Bob" S Kenney, 85, of Salisbury died Wednesday, May 4, 2011, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury.
    He was born March 14, 1926, in Delmar, a son of the late George W Kenney and Ruth M Dickerson Kenney.
    Growing up, Bob worked on the family farm until he joined the US Army. He proudly served his country during World War II and was a recipient of the Purple Heart medal.
    Following his return from the war, Bob worked for a number of years at Chris Craft in Salisbury. After his time at Chris Craft, he started his career in animal control, working more than 25 years for Wicomico County and 17 years for the town of Delmar.
    He was a member of Emmanuel Wesleyan Church in Salisbury, where he enjoyed serving as an usher for many years. He loved being outdoors; working in his yard and flowers were his passion.
    He is survived by his beloved wife of 64 years, Ruth Lloyd Kenney; a daughter, Darlene Fisher of Salisbury; a granddaughter, Danielle Harris and her husband, Jimmie, of Salisbury; great-grandchildren, Kelsi and Carter Harris; and a sister, Martha Robinson of Salisbury. He is also survived by several nieces and nephews. The family would like to express sincere thanks to Robert and Terri Brown of Salisbury.
    In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters, Elizabeth Rayne and Florence Wilson; and three brothers, Charles, Walter and Richard Kenney.
    A visitation for family and friends will be held Monday from 7-8:30 pm and Tuesday from 1-2 pm at Short Funeral Home at 13 E Grove St in Delmar. A funeral service will be held Tuesday at 2 pm. The Rev Tom Bunting will officiate. Interment with military honors will be held in Springhill Memory Gardens near Hebron.
    Arrangements are in the care of Short Funeral Home in Delmar. Please visit www.shortfh.com to send online condolences to the family.


    Lankford, Marian Cropper

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 11 May 2011

    Marian Cropper Lankford, 85, died Monday, May 9, 2011, at her home in Berlin. A lifetime resident of Ocean City, she was the daughter of the late Thomas Quillen Cropper and Laura Edith Colby Cropper.
    She was preceded in death by her husband, retired Ocean City Fire Marshal Dave Lankford, in 2001. She was also preceded in death by her sister, Ruth Clendaniel.
    She is survived by her daughter, Sharon L Hibbard and her husband, US Army retired Col Ronald D Hibbard; three grandchildren, Angela M Hartley, Mary E Kato and her husband, Bill, and Lt Ronald D Hibbard Jr and his wife, Heather; and three great-grandchildren, Allyson S Hibbard, Kyle L Kato and Madelyn S Hibbard. Also surviving are brothers, James Cropper and Thomas J Cropper and his wife, Patricia. There are numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.
    Mrs Lankford had been the owner/operator of the Ocean Heritage Apartments in Ocean City and was a member of the Atlantic United Methodist Church in Ocean City. She and her husband, Dave, were active in the American Heart Association for many years.
    A private service will be held. The Rev Olin Shockley will officiate.
    In lieu of flowers, a donation in her memory may be made to the Ocean City Volunteer Fire Company, 1409 Philadelphia Ave, Ocean City, Md 21842.
    Arrangements are in the care of Burbage Funeral Home in Berlin.


    Littleton, Ethel E Donovan

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 14 May 2011

    Ethel E Donovan Littleton, 99, went home to be with the Lord on Thursday, May 12, 2011.
    Born in Milford on Aug 19, 1911, Ethel was a daughter of the late Russell J and Annie T Marker Donovan.
    Ethel graduated from Milford High School. After high school, she attended Goldey College. She and Walter Littleton were married in December 1939. After their wedding, Ethel became the bookkeeper for their trucking business. She was a devoted member of Christ United Methodist Church in Laurel and was a member of the Priscilla Circle. Ethel was very devoted to her family.
    She is survived by her loving children, Walter Littleton and his wife, Arlene, of Laurel, Janice Whaley and her husband, Ron, of Laurel; grandson, Russell Whaley of Smyrna, Del; granddaughter, Cynthia Mitchell and her husband, Kyle Mitchell, of Laurel; grandson and his wife, Walter Littleton III and Phaedra Littleton of Brunswick, Ga; great-granddaughter, Lindsay Whaley; great-grandsons, Chase Whaley, Jacob Mitchell and fiancee, Ashley Hubble, Andrew Mitchell and Dylan Littleton; great-granddaughter, Sydney Littleton; and great-great-grandson, Kayden Mitchell.
    She was preceded in death by her husband, Walter Littleton, on Feb 17, 2010; a grandson, Chris Whaley, formerly of Laurel; and a cousin, Jack Donovan and wife, Elizabeth.
    She is also survived by her loving sister, Viola Chillas of Middletown; a nephew, David Chillas and his wife, Leda, also of Middletown; Alice Jay Smith, Jack's daughter; three nieces, Mary Ellen Carmine and husband, Paul, Nancy Littleton, Carolyn Stiles and Altina Moore and husband, Phil; and her special friend, Shirley Sommers.
    A funeral service will be held Monday at 2 pm, with a viewing from 1-2 pm at Christ United Methodist Church at 510 S Central Ave in Laurel. Pastor Barbara Wilson will officiate. Interment will follow in Odd Fellows Cemetery in Laurel.
    In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made in Mrs Littleton's memory to Delaware Hospice, 100 Patriots Way, Milford, Del 19963; or Christ United Methodist Church, 510 S Central Ave, Laurel, Del 19956.
    Arrangements are being handled by Hannigan, Short, Disharoon Funeral Home in Laurel. Condolences may be made to the family by visiting www.hsdfuneralhome.com.


    Long, Viaetta M

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 14 May 2011

    Viaetta M Long, 87, of Selbyville died Wednesday, May 11, 2011, at her home. She was born in Roxana, a daughter of the late George W and Estella M (Hudson) Lewis.
    Viaetta had been a teller at the former Frankford National Bank in Frankford. After leaving the bank, she and her husband Josh, were poultry growers for many years. In addition, she had been a school bus driver for 30 years for the Indian River School District. She was a member of Wilson United Methodist Church in Bishopville.
    She is survived by four daughters, Judy Timmons (Ralph) of Dagsboro, Jane Bezduk (Daniel) of Dagsboro, Sue Smith (Charles) of Milford and Sheila McCabe (Jim) of Dagsboro; two sons, Joshua "Buddy" Long II (Deanna) of Selbyville and Stephen Long (Sheila) of Selbyville; one brother, George W Lewis of Chincoteague Island; one sister, Ann E Lewis of North Carolina; 17 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren.
    In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband of 65 years, Joshua W Long, on Jan 18, 2011.
    A funeral service will be held at 2 pm Monday at Hastings Funeral Home in Selbyville with the Rev Dennis Millner officiating. Friends may call at the funeral home Monday from noon-2 pm. Burial will be in Bishopville Cemetery in Bishopville.
    In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Delaware Hospice, 100 Patriots Lane, Milford, Del 19963; or the charity of your choice.
    Condolences may be sent by visiting www.hastingsfuneralhome.net.


    Matthews, Dorothy Figgs

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 14 May 2011

    Dorothy Figgs "Miss Dottie" Matthews, 72, of Salisbury died Wednesday, May 11, 2011, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury after a long, brave battle with leukemia.
    She was born Sept 1, 1938, in Philadelphia, a daughter of Annie G Figgs of Melson's, Md, and the late Lacey Kenney Figgs.
    "Miss Dottie," as she was affectionately known to many, worked as a secretary for the Wicomico Board of Education for three years following high school graduation. She then took a secretarial position at Campbell's Soup in quality control. After a few years, she was promoted to the position of secretary to the plant manager. She left Campbell's Soup to raise her family and, for many years, cherished her position as a self-called "domestic engineer."
    A highlight of her life was the memories made during the family's camping trips, which usually coincided with Steam and Gas Shows and flea markets. She was especially fond of their trips to Lancaster County, Pa. She was a real people person and enjoyed traveling with the AARP Somerset County Travel Group, where she had developed many friendships through the years.
    She is survived by her beloved husband of 53 years, Alfred Thomas Matthews III; two sons, Russell Matthews of Salisbury and Anthony Matthews of Delmar; a brother, Lacey K Figgs and his wife, Joyce, of Delmar; a niece, Kim Figgs of Delmar; a nephew, Donnie Figgs of Laurel; and a cousin, Roslyn Lanham of Salisbury.
    A committal service will be held in the chapel of the Maryland Veterans Cemetery Eastern Shore, 6827 E New Market Ellwood Road near Hurlock on Monday at 11 am.
    In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made in her memory to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Maryland Chapter, 11350 McCormick Road, Executive Plaza III, Suite 100, Hunt Valley, Md 21031; or the Cancer Support Community of Delmarva, 1506 S Salisbury Blvd, Salisbury, Md 21801.
    Arrangements are in the care of Short Funeral Home in Delmar.
    Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.shortfh.com.


    McAllister, Mary Jane

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 8 May 2011

    Mary Jane "Jane" McAllister passed away peacefully at Coastal Hospice at the Lake on Wednesday, May 4, 2011. She was 88 years old.
    Jane was born Nov 2, 1922, in Martinsburg, W Va, to the late James Philip and Florence Louise Showers.
    She served in the US Navy during World War II and was honorably discharged as a yeoman, second class, in 1946. In her naval service, she wrote letters of condolence to the families of Navy servicemen lost or captured in battle.
    On Dec 20, 1945, she married her husband, Robert L McAllister, in Washington.
    In her prime, Jane enjoyed singing, dancing, cooking and gardening. She will be long remembered for her soprano voice, her jitterbug dancing and her chicken and dumplings.
    She was a past active member of Immanuel Baptist Church, where she sang in the choir for more than 20 years. She was a past active member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and American Legion Post 64.
    She is survived by her husband, Robert L McAllister of Salisbury; her sister, Helen Simmons of Hot Springs, Ark; a son, Michael L McAllister, VMD, of Salisbury; a daughter, M Anne Fitzgerald and her husband, Joe Fitzgerald, of Ketchikan, Alaska; four grandchildren, Colin McAllister and his wife, Stephanie, of Salisbury, Kevin McAllister and his wife, Melissa, of West Palm Beach, Fla, Emily Fitzgerald of Wenatchee, Wash, and Conor Fitzgerald of Ketchikan; and one great-grandchild, Ava McAllister of West Palm Beach.
    Jane was preceded in death by her parents and her brothers, Philip Showers of Hagerstown, Md, and John Showers of Chesterfield, Va; and one sister, Margaret A Everett.
    As an expression of sympathy, memorial contributions may be made in her name to Coastal Hospice, PO Box 1733, Salisbury, Md 21802; or Immanuel Baptist Church, Building Fund, 1514 Old Ocean City Road, Salisbury, Md 21804.
    A funeral service will be held Monday at 1 pm at Holloway Funeral Home. A public viewing will be held from noon-1 pm Private interment will be the following day in Maryland Veterans Cemetery Eastern Shore near Hurlock. The Rev Woodrow Crouse will officiate the service, with the Rev Andrew Morgan assisting.
    Arrangements are in the care of Holloway Funeral Home PA at 501 Snow Hill Road in Salisbury. To send condolences to the family, visit www.hollowayfh.com.


    McCray, Paul Anthony Sr

    Published in Eastern Shore News, 13 Jun 2007

    Paul Anthony McCray Sr, 52, husband of Julia F McCray and a resident of Accomac, died Tuesday, May 29, 2007 in Dunn, NC. Born in Frankford, Del, Mr McCray was the son of the late Robert and Jesse McCray. He was a truck driver. A funeral service was held at Macedonia AME Church, Accomac, on Saturday, June 9, at 2 pm. The Rev Lewis T Brim officiated. Interment was in Adams UM Cemetery, Parksley. Other than his wife, Mr McCray is survived by a daughter, Melissa McCray; son, Paul A McCray Jr; sister, Portia Stewart; brother, Robert McCray Jr; and five grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Cooper & Humbles Funeral Co, Accomac.


    Northam, Annie

    Published in Eastern Shore News, 2 Nov 2005

    Annie Northam, 83, a resident of Parksley, died Wednesday, Oct 19, 2005 at her residence. Born in Hopeton, Ms. Northam was the daughter of the late Will and Lula White Northam. She was a homemaker and a member of Adams United Methodist Church, Parksley. A funeral service was held at Adams United Methodist Church on Friday, Oct 28, at 1 pm. The Rev Lewis T Brim officiated. Interment was in the church cemetery. Ms Northam is survived by her sons, Henry Dennis, Alfred, Ernest, James and David Northam; daughters, Doris Edwards, Joanne Riddick, Lula Mae Satchell, Gloria Pettit, Celestine Hargis, Terry Dickerson, Patricia Bibbins and Michelle Wharton; 44 grandchildren; 61 great-grandchildren; and 14 great-great-grandchildren. Arrangements were made by Cooper & Humbles Funeral Co, Accomac.


    Outten, Alice V

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 9 May 2011

    Alice V Outten, 88, of Cambridge passed away Monday, May 2, 2011, at Mallard Bay Care Center. She was born in Cambridge on Sept 14, 1922, and was a daughter of the late Nolan J and Alverda Green McCarter.
    Mrs Outten graduated from Cambridge High School, Class of 1939. On Nov 21, 1942, she married Benjamin F Outten Jr. He passed away on March 14, 1984.
    In her early years, she worked for Phillips Packing Co as a secretary. She was also owner/operator of Glam-O-Rama Beauty Salon and later was a homemaker.
    Mrs Outten was a member of Trappe United Methodist Church, where she taught Sunday school, and she was also a member of St Paul's United Methodist Church. She also taught Bible study. Mrs Outten was also a member of the Dorchester General Hospital Auxiliary.
    She is survived by two sons, Frank Outten III and wife, Sheridan, of Cambridge and US Coast Guard Chief David Outten (retired) and wife, Kathy, of Salisbury; two grandchildren, Allyson Kennedy and husband, Michael Kennedy of Middletown and 1st Sgt Matthew Outten (retired) and wife, Cathy, of Waynesville, Mo; five great-grandchildren, Chris Outten, Josh Outten, Kaleigh Kennedy, Madeline Kennedy and Jake Kennedy; sister, Bonnie Bell and husband, Willis, of Cambridge; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Besides her parents and her husband, Mrs Outten was preceded in death by a brother, James F McCarter, MD.
    A graveside service will be held Wednesday at 11 am at Dorchester Memorial Park, with the Rev Fred Bahr officiating. There will be no visitation.
    In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St Paul's United Methodist Church, c/o Scott Daniels, 205 Maryland Ave, Cambridge, Md 21613; or to the Coastal Hospice Foundation, PO Box 1733, Salisbury, Md 21802-1733.
    Arrangements are in the care of Thomas Funeral Home PA in Cambridge.


    Owens, Charles B

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 13 May 2011

    Charles B "Ben" Owens III, 61, of Delmar died Thursday, May 12, 2011, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. Charles was born Oct 30, 1949, in Pensacola, Fla, to the late Jack and Betty (Moore) Owens. Charles worked for more than 33 years for Spartech in Salisbury as a laminate specialist. He was a devoted husband, father, grandfather and friend.
    He is survived by his loving wife, Karen S Owens of Delmar; son, Joe Weintraut and his wife, Alice of Indiana; daughter, Rhonda Richardson and her husband, Jim, of Willards; sister, Ida O Hicks and her husband, Ted, of North Carolina; four grandchildren, Mackenzie, Xander, Gryphon and Maggie.
    In addition to his parents he was preceded in death by a sister, Becky Mudge.
    A memorial service will be held Saturday at 1 pm at Holloway Funeral Home, where friends may call one hour prior to the service.
    In lieu of flowers, the family would like memorial contributions made in his memory to the Humane Society of Wicomico County, 5130 Citation Drive, Salisbury, Md 21804.
    Arrangements are in the care of Holloway Funeral Home PA at 501 Snow Hill Road in Salisbury. To send condolences to the family, visit www.hollowayfh.com.


    Parsons, Thelma A

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 11 May 2011

    Thelma A Parsons, 85, died Friday, May 6, 2011, at her home in Salisbury. Born in Willards, she was the daughter of the late Marion C and Rose S Adkins.
    Thelma was a member of Wicomico Presbyterian Church in Salisbury. She served as treasurer of the Deacons and Moderator of the Presbyterian Women.
    Her survivors are a daughter, Patricia Ann of Amery, Wisconsin; a son, John Michael of San Francisco; a dear friend, Michael Murray of Salisbury; two nephews and their wives, Wayne and Mary A Richardson of Rochester, Minn, and Frank and Connie Richardson of Street, Md. Also survived by cousins, Larry Adkins of Chicago, Hartzell Shockley of Duluth, Minn, Frank Davis of Salisbury, Doris D'Annunzio of Wilmington and Hilda Bunting of Pittsville.
    She was preceded in death by her husband, John S Parsons in 2003; and a sister-in-law, Dorothy A Richardson of Willards.
    A private burial will be held.
    In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Coastal Hospice, PO Box 1733, Salisbury, Md 21802.
    Arrangements are in the care of Bounds Funeral Home. Please visit www.boundsfuneralhome.com to send letters of condolence.


    Price, Katherine Humphrey Anderson

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 10 May 2011

    Katherine Humphrey Anderson Price, 59, of Seaford died Sunday, May 8, 2011, at the University of Maryland Medical Center in Baltimore. Katherine was born Oct 1, 1951, in Kinston, NC, the daughter of the late William D Humphrey and Mildred Joyce Shackelford Orth.
    She was a past member of the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary in Seaford. She and her husband had a booth at the Laurel Flea Market, where they sold craft items.
    She is survived by her husband, Jack Walter Price of Seaford; two sons, Kevin Anderson of Dover and Dale Anderson and his wife, Dawn, of Klamath Falls, Ore; a stepdaughter, Crystal Lee and her husband, Robert, of Salisbury; four brothers, Wayne Humphrey and his wife, Carol of Salisbury, David Humphrey of Jessup, Md, Keith Humphrey of Salisbury and Bryan Humphrey and his wife, Sandy, of Aynor, SC; six granddaughters; one grandson; and several nieces and nephews.
    In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by a granddaughter.
    A visitation for family and friends will be held Wednesday from 6-7 pm at Short Funeral Home at 13 E Grove St in Delmar. A funeral service will begin Wednesday at 7 pm Interment will be private.
    Arrangements are in the care of Short Funeral Home in Delmar. Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.shortfh.com.


    Reavis, Muriel Marjorie Roberts

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 12 May 2011

    Muriel Marjorie Roberts Reavis, beloved wife, mother, grandmother and friend, departed this earthly life at the age of 61 on Monday, May 9, 2011, after a long and courageous battle with many health issues. She was born in Easton on July 4, 1949, and became the pride and joy of her parents, the late Rev Maxwell J and Guila Logue Roberts.
    Muriel showed exceptional musical talent at a very early age, receiving instruction in piano pedagogy at the Peabody Preparatory School of Music in Baltimore at the age of 5. As a child pianist, while sitting on a Baltimore phonebook and unable to reach the pedals, she performed with the Baltimore Symphony for Gov Theodore McKeldin. Her parents nurtured her talent, tirelessly making the trip from the Eastern Shore to Baltimore every week from the beginning through high school.
    For the past 38 years, she has been the organist at St Stephen's United Methodist Church in Delmar, Del, where she was never happier than when she was sitting at the console of that magnificent pipe organ. In addition to her musical duties, she was in charge of the flowers for all services including weekly services and special ones like Christmas, Easter, Mother's Day and Father's Day. She delighted in being able to fill the sanctuary with beautiful poinsettias, lilies, palms and geraniums.
    She is survived by her devoted husband of 40 years, Ben; a son, Christopher Reavis and his wife, Alyce of Salisbury; a daughter, Heather Fullerton and her husband, Matt, of St Michaels; and three grandchildren whom she loved with all her heart, Molly and Marty Fullerton and Hannah Reavis. She also leaves behind very dear friends, Fran and Don Harmon, Ruby Matthews and Carol Dunn. Lastly, she will be missed by her beloved cats, Wolfgang, Casper, Clementine, Dusty, Magnolia and Allegro, and their canine companion, Jasmine.
    A memorial service will be held Sunday at 2 pm at St Stephen's United Methodist Church in Delmar, where family and friends may call from 1-2 pm. The Rev Phyllis Walton will officiate.
    Memorial contributions may be made in her memory to St Stephen's United Methodist Church Organ Fund, 101 E State St, Delmar, Del 19940.
    Arrangements are in the care of Short Funeral Home in Delmar.
    Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.shortfh.com.


    Seward, Herbert L

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 10 May 2011

    Herbert "Herb" L Seward of Pittsville died Saturday, May 7, 2011, at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury. Born in Salisbury, he was a son of the late Elihu Herbert Seaward, Katherine Hearne Prettyman and stepfather, Avery Prettyman.
    Herb is survived by his wife of 25 years, Brenda Seward; daughter, Michelle Seward Biles and her husband, John, of Willards; a stepson, Jeff Timmons of Pittsville; a granddaughter, Tiffany Biles; one brother; sisters-in-law, Jeanne Rayne and friend, Bruce Lewis, Mary Beth and Wayne Calloway; brothers-in-law, Robert and Sharon Rayne and Bill and Ann Rayne; several nieces and nephews; and his beloved cat, Mia.
    He was preceded in death by one sister and two brothers.
    A memorial service will be held Thursday at 11 am at Ayres UM Church on Gumboro Road in Pittsville. The Rev Carol Price will officiate.
    In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in memory of Herb to Ayres UM Church, PO Box 207, Pittsville, Md 21850; or Coastal Hospice at the Lake, PO Box 1733, Salisbury, Md 21802.
    Visit www.boundsfuneralhome.com for letters of condolence.


    Smith, Betty Catherine

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 13 May 2011

    Betty Catherine Smith, 93, of Delmar passed away peacefully at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury, surrounded by her family on Thursday, May 12, 2011. Born and raised in Delmar, she was a daughter of the late Ernest and Anna Nichols.
    Mrs Smith was a member of Mount Olive United Methodist Church in Delmar, where she served as a Sunday school teacher. She was a fantastic cook and will be remembered for the Maryland biscuits she made for her family and church. The family will always treasure her wonderful meals and beautiful memories.
    She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Mrs Smith will be dearly missed by her daughter, Mary Mills Libengood and her husband, Jim, of Salisbury; four grandchildren, Robert Mills III and his wife, Wendi, of Eden, Marla Parsons and her husband, Dan, of Salisbury, Marvin Smith Jr of Delmar, and Christine Cannon of Delmar; and a daughter-in-law, Shirley Smith of Delmar. Also surviving are 12 great-grandchildren; five great-great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews, and additional family.
    In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Marvin R Smith; two sons, Marvin L Smith, Sr and Ernest H Smith; three sisters, Pearl Lecates, Roberta Marvel and Georgia Massey; and a brother, Howard Nichols.
    A graveside service will be held at 1:30 pm Monday at St Stephen's Cemetery in Delmar. A memorial service will be held Monday at 2:30 pm, followed by a time of fellowship in the church hall at the Delmar Wesleyan Church at 800 East St in Delmar. The Rev James Hitch will officiate.
    In lieu of flowers, contributions may be sent to Coastal Hospice, PO Box 1733, Salisbury, Md 21802; or the Delmar Public Library, 101 N Bi-State Blvd, Delmar, Del 19940.
    Arrangements are in the care of Short Funeral Home in Delmar. Online condolences may be sent to the family by visiting www.shortfh.com.


    Smullen, Edwin Thomas

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 10 May 2011

    Edwin Thomas Smullen, 59, of Tyaskin died as the result of a boating accident on the Nanticoke River on Tuesday, May 3, 2011. Born in Salisbury, he is the son of Gladys Mae Willey Smullen of Salisbury and the late Robert Reece Smullen Sr.
    Ed was a longtime member of United Association of Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 782 in Seaford. After joining the Local in July 1972 as an apprentice pipefitter, Ed became a journeyman pipefitter/welder in September 1976. Ed served in many capacities as shop steward, foreman, general foreman and superintendent on various jobs. He was also very active in the Local activities. He served on the executive board, as pension and health fund trustee, president and was business manager for 10 years until his retirement on May 1, 2009. Ed loved sailing on the Nanticoke River in his sailboat and spending time with his grandchildren and his beagle, Lucy. He also loved hunting, golfing, flying remote-controlled helicopters and raising fish for his fish pond.
    In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Linda Foxwell Smullen of Tyaskin; two daughters, Elizabeth (Dr David) DeFeo of Clemmons, NC, and Kimberly (Matt) Schwab of Richmond; a stepson, Robert (Stacey) Bragg of Laurel; a stepdaughter, Teresa (Donnie) McVickers of Millsboro; a brother, Robert Reece Smullen Jr (Peggy) of Florida; a nephew, Robert John Smullen of Florida; his grandchildren, Katherine and Evelyn DeFeo, Violet Schwab, Brittany, Olivia and RJ Bragg, Natalie Anderson and Maddie McVickers. He also is survived by his beloved beagle, Lucy.
    A memorial service will be held Friday at 11 am at Messick Funeral Home in Bivalve, with the Rev Bill Green officiating.
    The family requests that in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions be made to the West Side Volunteer Fire Department, PO Box 85, Bivalve, Md 21814.
    Arrangements are in the care of Messick Funeral Home on Nanticoke Road in Bivalve.


    Southcomb, Charles G Jr

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 7 May 2011

    Charles G Southcomb Jr died Thursday, May 5, 2011. Born in Baltimore, he was a son of the late Charles G Southcomb Sr and Johanna Baumann Southcomb.
    He is survived by his daughters, Shannon E and Karlie J Southcomb; a sister, Michelle M Rosenberg; and niece, Tiffany Rosenberg.
    Mr Southcomb, a contractor by trade, loved sports and was a dedicated Orioles and Ravens fan. He also played AA ball for "Charlie's Tunas." He loved his family, especially his daughters. He leaves a special friend, dog, Kally.
    A funeral service will be held at Burbage Funeral Home in Berlin on Monday at 4 pm. Friends may call one hour prior to the service. The Rev James Davis will officiate. Interment will take place Tuesday at 1 pm in Cedar Hill Cemetery at 5829 Ritchie Highway in Baltimore.
    In lieu of flowers, a donation in his memory may be made to the Worcester County Humane Society, PO Box 48, Berlin, Md 21811.


    Taylor, Hilary M Jr

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 9 May 2011

    Hilary M Taylor Jr, 82, of Salisbury died Friday, May 6, 2011, at Coastal Hospice at the Lake in Salisbury. Hilary was born July 8, 1928, in Salisbury to Hilary M Taylor Sr and Hattie M Taylor.
    Mr Taylor was a 1945 graduate of Wicomico High School and also attended Salisbury University and the University of Maryland College Park. He served in the US Air Force during the Korean War. Upon his discharge, he was employed at Home Beneficial Life Insurance Co for 30 years, retiring as district manager in 1984. Hilary was also very active in community affairs. He was a member and past president of the Kiwanis Club, where he enjoyed having perfect attendance for 42 years.
    During his retirement years, he volunteered with the Meals on Wheels program for homebound seniors and later volunteered for 20 years in the AARP income tax aid program for senior citizens. He was a very active member of Asbury United Methodist Church, having served on the administrative board and board of trustees and as finance chairman. This was all before his health started failing. At one time, he was a member of Green Hill Yacht and Country Club and was currently a member of Elks 817, where he was an avid left-handed golfer.
    He is survived by his devoted wife since 1950, Phyllis C Taylor of Salisbury; brother-in-law, Sam Chaffey of Salisbury; sister-in-law, Ruth Freeman of Salisbury; and many cousins, nieces and nephews.
    A funeral service will be held Wednesday at 1 pm at Holloway Funeral Home in Salisbury, with a visitation one hour prior to the service. Interment will be in Wicomico Memorial Park in Salisbury.
    Arrangements are in the care of Holloway Funeral Home PA at 501 Snow Hill Road in Salisbury. To send condolences to the family, visit www.hollowayfh.com.


    Townsend, Mary Matilda Hope

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 14 May 2011

    Mary Matilda Hope Townsend, daughter of Julius and Hallie Justice Hope, went home to be with the Lord on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 8, 2011. Born on Jan 11, 1922, she was the third of eight children and the oldest of the four daughters.
    Educated in the public schools of Accomack County, Mary graduated from the former Mary N Smith High School. Mary found her true professional calling when she gained her first employment for the Accomack County Migrant Program. An ardent worker in her church from her childhood, Mary saw the chance to use what she had learned at Dea's Chapel United Methodist Church in her new found ministry, working with people suffering from many hardships and despair. A long tenure of service in her church as a Lay Leader, Conference delegate and a member of several lay organizations prepared Mary for the service she would now be called upon to render in her community. Mary and Elijah joined St John's United Methodist Church in the twilight of their years and remained devoted members until death.
    Mary also worked as an outreach worker for the Senior Citizens Center of Accomack County. Her final employment, and the one that gave her the most joy, was with the Atlantic Medical Center, where she worked for 17 years. She was very proud of the fact that she was chosen to receive the agency's first Employee of the Year award.
    Mary was preceded in death by her husband, Elijah, by seven weeks. They were inseparable in life and now are inseparable in heaven. Their marriage and their example continue to be an inspiration to their children and the many who knew them as a loving couple. Mary leaves to cherish loving memories two sons, Nelson (Diane) and Arnold "Rudie" (Clarice) Townsend; 10 grandsons, Arnold (Bernita) Downing, Michael Press, Mark (Tina) Townsend, Xavier (Danita) Townsend and Derrick, Pierre, Devan, Michael, Travis and Tremaine Townsend; three granddaughters, Tracey Lynn Townsend, Lynntina Townsend and Eboni Townsend; 11 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Julia (Thomas) Dickerson and Margaret "Jean" Waters; three sisters-in-law, Madeline Hope, Josephine Hope and Dolly Townsend; two brothers-in-law, Robert Cropper and Norman Marshall; and very special friends, Jacqueline "Jackie" and Daniel Douglas.
    In addition to her parents, Julius and Hallie Hope, Mary is also preceded in death by her four brothers, Wilson, Preston, Kendall and Willis Hope; a sister, Violet Cropper; special nephew, Martin Dickerson; and several brothers- and sisters-in-law.
    Mary will long be remembered as a person who loved the Lord and was not ashamed to let the world know that "He still lives in our heart." A Life Well Spent, Amen.
    Funeral services will be conducted today at 1 pm from the St John UM Church in Atlantic, with visitation from noon until the time of the service.
    Arrangements are by Cooper & Humbles Funeral Co in Accomac.


    Wells, Gladys B

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 7 May 2011

    Gladys B Wells, 89, of Snow Hill died Thursday, May 5, 2011, at Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin. She was born Feb 25, 1922, in Newark, a daughter of the late Hazel Bradford.
    Gladys was a dedicated employee of the First National Bank of Snow Hill for many years. For most of her life she was a member of Whatcoat United Methodist Church in Snow Hill. She loved animals and was an avid supporter of the Humane Society. Even in her later years, she enjoyed feeding and watching the birds and squirrels.
    She is survived by a sister-in-law, Christine Wells of Snow Hill; a brother-in-law, Fred Allen Wells and his wife, Debbie, of Snow Hill; nieces and nephews, Ralph Allan Wells and his wife, Billie Dee, of Snow Hill, Chris Wells of Snow Hill, Carolyn Mariner of Snow Hill, Kimberly and Mark Kneller of Delaware, Bobby Wells and his wife, Michelle, of Florida and Michael and Laura Wells of Salisbury. She is also survived by several great-nieces and -nephews.
    In addition to her mother, she was preceded in death by her first husband, Marion Collins; her second husband, Virgil Franklin Wells; and a nephew, Denny Wells.
    A visitation for family and friends will be held Monday from 2:30-3 pm at Whatcoat United Methodist Church in Snow Hill, followed by a graveside service at Whatcoat Cemetery to begin at 3 pm The Rev Sherwood McGrath will officiate.
    Memorial contributions may be made in her memory to the Worcester County Humane Society, 12330 Eagles Nest Road, Ocean City, Md 21842.
    Arrangements are in the care of Short Funeral Home in Delmar. Please visit www.shortfh.com to send online condolences to the family.


    Wilkerson, Margaret Ann Townsend "Mat"

    Published in Eastern Shore Daily Times, 11 May 2011

    Margaret Ann Townsend "Mat" Wilkerson, 81, died peacefully in her sleep on Saturday, May 7, 2011, at her Pocomoke City home. Born on Jan. 31, 1930, in Salisbury, she was the daughter of the late E Franklin and Anna Justice Townsend. Her husband, Philip R Wilkerson Sr, preceded her in death May 18, 1999.
    A 1947 graduate of Atlantic High School, she attended Fairfax Hall in Waynesboro, Va, before the love of her life, Philip, brought her back home to New Church, and they lovingly began raising their family. She was a member of Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Jenkins Bridge, Va, a charter member of the Nassawango Country Club, an avid bridge player and served as a "Mother" to many.
    She is survived by one son, Philip R Wilkerson Jr of New Church; three daughters, Lynn Abbott and her husband, Timmy, of New Church, Lisa Wilkerson White of New Church and Kim Wilkerson Creasy and her husband, Jimmy, of Pocomoke City; one daughter-in-law, Deborah Fisher Wilkerson; two grandsons, Philip R Wilkerson III and his wife, Laurel, and Lyle David Wilkerson II; six granddaughters, Stephanie Lynn Wilkerson, Catherine Anna Abbott, Christie Jo Abbott, Shelby Leigh Ramsay, Jessica Ann Beebe and Sara Van Beebe; one great-grandson, Wyatt David Coleman; three stepgrandchildren, Sean Welch, Stacy Welch and Jason Welch; and host of friends and extended family members.
    In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by two sons, Van O Wilkerson, who died March 18, 1991, and Lyle David Wilkerson Sr, who died Feb 27, 2011.
    A celebration of her life will be held Saturday from noon to 4 pm at her home at 7410 Pocomoke River Road in Pocomoke City. Following cremation, her remains will be united with those of her husband of 49 years and returned to the family farm.
    In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to the St Jude Children's Research Hospital , 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, Tenn 38105.
    Arrangements are in the care of Holloway Funeral Home PA at 107 Vine St in Pocomoke City. To send condolences to the family, visit www.hollowayfh.com.


    Williams, Harold Lloyd Sr

    Published in Eastern Shord Daily Times, 13 May 2011

    Harold Lloyd Williams Sr, 86, of Parsonsburg died Tuesday, May 10, 2011, at Salisbury Nursing Home. Born in Newark, he was the son of the late Armon Hayes Williams and Emily Georgana Fisher Williams.
    Mr Williams retired from Perdue and was a longtime member of Immanuel Baptist Church, where he served as deacon and many other positions in the church. He loved gardening but his passion was his family and his church.
    He is survived by his wife of 67 years, Virginia Holland "Gin" Williams; a son, Harold L Williams Jr of Salisbury; four grandchildren, Rebecca Reynolds of Parsonsburg and James Harold Cathell of Salisbury, Jason Cathell of Salisbury and Amy Cathell Latimer of Eden; five great-grandchildren, Brandon, Hillary and Zachery Reynolds, and Amanda and Katherine Latimer; two brothers, William S Williams of Snow Hill and Daniel F Williams of Berlin; and several nieces and nephews.
    He was preceded in death by a daughter, Ruth Ann Anderson; and a brother, Armon R Williams.
    A celebration of life will be held Monday at 2 pm at Immanuel Baptist Church in Salisbury, where friends may call one hour prior to the service. The Rev Andrew Morgan will officiate, assisted by the Rev Woodrow Crouse. Interment will follow in Springhill Memory Gardens near Hebron.
    In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in memory of Harold to Immanuel Baptist Church Building Fund, 1514 Old Ocean City Road, Salisbury, Md 21804.
    Arrangements are being handled by the staff of Bounds Funeral Home in Salisbury. Visit www.boundsfuneralhome.com to send letters of condolence.



    Resources:

    Byrd Family of Accomack County, Virginia
    Eastern Shore Daily Times Newspaper
    Accomack County
    Eastern Shore Public Library
    23610 Front St
    Accomac
    (757) 787-3400
    Chincoteague Island Library
    4077 Main St
    Chincoteague Island
    (757) 336-3460
    Genealogy & History of the Eastern Shore
    Williams Funeral Homes
    Cooper & Humbles Funeral Home
    Doughty Funeral Home





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