March 2, 2017 at 12:52 am (Uncategorized)
Tags: Alic Hayes, Alton Akins, Annie Belle Outlaw, Becky Nash, Bessie Noles, Billy Cornelius, Caroly Griffin, Caroly P. Griffin, Carroll Cumbus, Charles Donald Napier, Charlie Barker, Christopher Carter, Dale Hollrah, David Allen Howell, Don Haskins, Doris Lightsy, Dorothy Akins, E. W. Wilkerson, Ed Krejci, Edit Peters, Elaine Carter, Frank Hayes, Furman Ray, Gladys Sargent, Hazel Hancock, Howard Barker Roscoe Stallings, Ima Jean Ray, Inez Hayes, Jimmy Hand, Jo Ann McCray, Johnny Pat Webb, Juanita Weaver, Lamar Carter, Leila May Noles, Lucile Noles, Mattie Lou Stevens, Nelda Nash, Ouida Knight, Pete Akins, Philip Akins, Rita Wilkerson, Roma Parrish, Royce Noles, Sarah Blanton, Sherry Carter, Victoria Bennett, Vivian Browning, W. T. Barker, Wylene Lott
February 26, 2011 at 1:33 am (Johnson Family, Uncategorized)
Tags: A. C. Kimble, A. D. Osborne, Alton Akins, Berrien County GA, Billy Nash, Buren Allen, C. B. Ray, C. H. Ray, Charles Moore, Clyde Moore, D.R. Dixon, Dewey Nash, F. P. Griner, Felton Gaskins, Ferrell Herring, Furman Ray, Harmon Cornelius, Herbert Griffin, Isbon Walker, J. B. Bennett, Lacy Johnson, Lewis Fountain, Long Bridge Cemetery, Long Bridge Church, Louise Cato, Marjorie Ruth Johnson, Nashville GA, Nashville High School, Pete Akins, Ray City GA, Roy Allen, Roy F. Davis, W. H. Dix, William E. Nash, William Edward Nash
Marjorie Ruth Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Johnson of Ray City, GA, attended Nashville High School, Nashville, GA. She married high school classmate William E. Nash, on September 9, 1951. Tragically, their marriage was cut short when Billy Nash died in an automobile accident in 1962.
December 6, 1962
Billy Nash Laid To Rest Thursday
Funeral services were held Saturday, December 1, 1962, for William E. (Billy) Nash, who passed away at the age of 31 on Thursday, November 29, 1962, the victim of a tragic traffic accident.
He had lived in Berrien County all of his life, having been born on October 29, 1931, a son of Dewey and Louise Cato Nash of Route 2, Nashville. At the time of his untimely death, he had been engaged in farming. Mr. Nash had been a member of the Community Methodist Church and served on the Board of Stewards of the Church.
The last sad rites were conducted by Rev. Felton Gaskins and Rev. D.R. Dixon at Long Bridge Church, with interment following in the Long Bridge cemetery. Appropriate music was furnished by a quartet compose(d) of Roy F. Davis, Herbert Griffin, Owen Griffin and Mrs. Carl Wilkerson, who movingly rendered O Come Angel Band, When They Ring Those Golden Bells, and God Will Take Care of You.
Active pallbearers were Lewis Fountain, Clyde Moore, Furman Ray, Buren Allen, Ferrell Herring, Charles Moore; those serving as honorary pallbearers were Pete Akins, Alton Akins, C.B. Ray, Harmon Cornelius, Isbon Walker, J.B. Bennett, Roy Allen, W.H. Dix, F.P. Griner, A.D. Osborne, A.C. Kimble, and C.H. Ray.
The deceased is survived by his wife, the former Marjorie Ruth Johnson, whom he married on September 9, 1951, two sons, Dale and Donnie Nash, one daughter, Sheryl; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Nash; two brothers, Ernie Nash, of Nashville, Kenneth Nash, of Atlanta; one sister, Mrs. Vernice Boggs of Atlanta.
Transcription courtesy of Skeeter Parker.