BRUNSON — Mr. Drexel Moore Brant, 78, of 411 North Main Street in Brunson died Saturday afternoon in the Harper Nursing Center in Estill after an extended illness.
Born April 1, 1926, in Allendale County, SC, he was the son of the late Zimmie Clyde Brant and Ella Bazzle Brant. He had retired from the Collins Construction Company in Barnwell and was a member of the Brunson Baptist Church in Brunson.
He is survived by his wife, Marie Nix Brant of the home; 3 sons: Drexel N. Brant and wife, Cheryl, of Summerton, SC, Donald H. Brant and wife, Susan, of Rincon, GA, and Gerald O. Brant and wife, Kim, of Hampton; one daughter: Susan B. Nuno and husband, Alberto, of Williston, SC; one brother, Clyde Brant and wife, Sue, of Vinton, VA; one sister, Cecille Bennett and husband, Jebb, of Olar, SC. There are 12 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Monday at 2 PM in the Chapel of Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home in Hampton, conducted by Rev. David Deming and Rev. Brian Mixon. Burial will follow in the Bowers Cemetery near Brunson. Active pallbearers will be nephews and honorary pallbearers will be the staff of Harper Nursing Center.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 5 until 7 PM on Sunday and until the hour of services on Monday.
Memorials may be made to: Brunson Baptist Church Roof Fund, 63 Manker St., Brunson, SC 29911 or American Diabetes Association, PO Box 2680, North Canton, Ohio 44720.
BRUNSON — Mrs. Katherine Mosley Sauls, 80, of 105 Freeman Street in Hampton died early Sunday morning in the Hampton Regional Medical Center after a brief illness.
Born Oct. 30, 1924 in Hampton County, she was the daughter of the late Hallie Mosley and Annie Smith Mosley. She was a homemaker, a member of West End Baptist Church, and was the widow of J B Sauls.
She is survived by two sons: Jimmy Sauls of Hampton and Wade Sauls of Barnwell; one daughter: Bobby Jean Ryan and husband, Jake, of Hampton; two brothers: K P Mosley and Tom Mosley, both of Hampton; two sisters: Ann Webb of Barnwell and Mary Frances DeLoach of Lena, SC. There are 7 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 PM in the Chapel of Peeples-Rhoden Funeral Home in Hampton, conducted by Rev. Charles Moore. Burial will follow in the Johnson-St. Paul Cemetery near Hampton.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 6 until 8 PM on Monday evening and until the hour of services on Tuesday.
DILLON — Graveside services for William Harrison “Babe” King will be held 2:00 P.M. Tuesday in Evergreen Cemetery directed by Cooper Funeral Home. Visitation will be held 6:00 - 8:00 P.M. Monday in the funeral home.
Mr. King, 89, died Saturday, January 8, 2005 in Sunny Acres Nursing Home.
Born in Fork, SC, January 2, 1916, he was the son of the late Harrison King and Elizabeth Brogdon King. He was a member of Main Street United Methodist Church, was a U.S. Merchant Marine Veteran of World War II, and was a volunteer fireman for 31 years for the City of Dillon Fire Department.
Survivors include his wife, Mattie Lee King of Dillon; sons, William Michael (Christine) King of Lamar and Stephen Kendall (Janice) King of Mullins; grandchildren, Kimberly Bean, Stephanie Bragdon, Jessica King and Kelly King; great-granddaughter, Kearson Bean.
Memorials may be made to the City of Dillon Fire Department, 209 S. 8th Ave., Dillon, SC 29536.
COLUMBIA — Graveside services for David Franklin Hutchison, Sr., 57, of Columbia will be held at 1:00 o’clock, Monday, January 10, 2005, in Florence National Cemetery. Shives Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Survivors include: children, David F., Jr., Michael W., Robert N., Gary and Juanita V. Hutchison and Casey H. Byrd; one brother; four sisters; and eight grandchildren.
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CAMDEN — Services for William Lawrence “Dub” Jackson, Sr., 87, of Camden, will be held at 1:00 PM Tuesday, January 11, 2005, at Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church. Burial will follow in Quaker Cemetery, Camden, SC. Reverend Lee Bryant will officiate. Active pallbearers will be Chesley Jackson, Vann Gunter, Jim Gregory, Mark Julian, Tim Corley, Esckel Miller, Mike Toma and Ernest Corley. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Wimberly Class, the American Legion Post #17, Camden Rotary Club, John H. Rabon, Randolph Johnson, Carlyle Baxley, Sammy Small, Roy Cloinger, Jack Guinn, Robert J. Sheheen, James D. Green, Billy Howe, Wayne Belger, Gordon English, Coke Goodwin, William E. Miller. Kornegay Funeral Home, Camden Chapel, is in charge.
Memorials may be made to Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church, 1206 Lyttleton Street, Camden, SC 29020 or Clemson University, PO Box 1889, Clemson, SC 29633-1889.
Mr. Jackson died Saturday, January 8, 2005. Born November 22, 1917 in Camden, SC, he was the son of the late William Leslie Jackson and Janie Grace Jackson Stokes. He was a life member of Lyttleton Street United Methodist Church where he was a former member of the Official Board and the Wimberly Sunday School Class having served as president.
He had graduated from the public schools of Camden and graduated from Clemson A & M College in 1940, and received his commission as a 2nd Lt. in the Infantry. In 1941, he was called to active duty prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor and served until March, 1946. He served in the Pacific Theater, including Guada Canal in 1942. He was awarded the Bronze Star, Combat Infantryman Badge and other awards. He served a total of 34 years, including service in the South Carolina National Guard and attained the rank of Colonel. His service was in the Infantry, Engineers and Signal Corps and also commanded a Signal Corps Battalion. He served on the Instructor Staff of the Palmetto Military Academy of South Carolina National Guard. As a civilian, he was employed by the School District of Kershaw County as a teacher and supervisor of school bus transportation.
He also was a farmer and the owner of a tree farm.
Mr. Jackson was a member of the Camden Rotary Club and a Paul Harris Fellow, American Legion Post #17, Life member of the S.C. Education Association, member of the National Education Association, member of Clemson IPTAY continuous since 1946, member of Clemson Alumni Association, member of Kershaw County Landowner’s and Forestry Association, the Retired Officer’s Association of the U.S. and Life member of National Guard Association of S.C.
He was a former member of the following organizations: Junior Chamber of Commerce, VFW, National Guard Association of U.S., Former President and member of Camden Teacher’s Council, former member and chairman of Kershaw County Planning and Zoning Commission, Kershaw County Assessment and Appeals Board.
Surviving are his wife, Maudine Corley Jackson; son and daughter-in-law, William L. Jackson, Jr. and Julie Calk Jackson of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; 2 grandsons, Adam Pierce Jackson of New Orleans and Benjamin Curt Jackson of Baton Rouge, Louisiana; brother, Joseph C. Jackson of Camden. He was predeceased by the following brothers and sisters: Claude G. Jackson, Herman L. Jackson, Chesley Carlyle Jackson, Grace Elizabeth (Eby) Julian and Susan Ann (Dally) Shannon.
NEW ZION — Mrs. Sara Gertrude Bagnal Floyd, age 76, died on January 8, 2005 in a Columbia hospital after an illness.
Funeral services will be held at 2pm on Monday (January 10, 2005) at the Free Will Baptist of the Pentecostal Faith Camp Ground with burial in the New Zion United Methodist Church Cemetery directed by Floyd Funeral Home of Olanta.
Born in Clarendon County, she was a daughter of the late Joseph Belton Bagnal, Sr. and Lula G. Evans Bagnal. She was a member of Central Holiness Church where she was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary.
She is preceded in death by her husband, Carlysle Floyd; one sister, Grace I. Bagnal; two brothers, Joseph Belton Bagnal, Jr. and Donald Bagnal.
She is survived by four sons, Ray (Roberta) Floyd and Randy (Suzette) Floyd of New Zion; Eddie (Sondra) Floyd of Turbeville, and Joe Floyd of Camden; two sisters, Mary E. Mahoney of Manning, and Harriet Joann Wiggins of Suffolk, VA; one brother, Rev. Clyde Bagnal of New Zion; nine grandchildren; seven great grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to Central Holiness Church Building Fund.
GEORGETOWN — Peggy Yaun Ford, 75, died Sunday, January 9, 2005, at Georgetown Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Ford was born in Darlington on February 1, 1929, a daughter of the late Luther Bunyan Yaun and Ruth Flowers Yaun. She lived most of her life in Georgetown and was a graduate of Winyah High School and a member of Georgetown Presbyterian Church.
Mrs. Ford was predeceased by: her husbands, William Porter Ford and Clifford Delmaine Parsons, Jr.; and a daughter, Jean Ford Colwell.
Surviving are: a son, Cliff Parsons of Columbia; two daughters, Elizabeth Ann Parsons of Georgetown and Jessie Carolyn Ford of Columbia; two brothers, Luther B. Yaun, Jr. of Greensboro, N.C. and Ralph O. Yaun of Leland, N. C.; a sister, Julia Ann Y. Stalvey of Georgetown; and three grandchildren, Amanda Parsons Cook of Greensboro, N.C., Ryan P. Parsons and Blakely C. Parsons, both of Columbia.
Memorial services will be eleven o’clock Tuesday morning, January 11, 2005, in Georgetown Presbyterian Church. Officiating will be the Rev. Dr. E. Thomas Miller.
The family will receive friends in the church fellowship hall immediately following the memorial services.
Memorials may be made to St. Frances Humane Society, P. O. Box 1455, Georgetown, S. C. 29442.
The Georgetown Chapel of Mayer Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements