Obituaries

Wayne Harris
D: 2019-02-02
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Harris, Wayne
William Wright
D: 2019-01-31
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Wright, William
Harold Hitchcock
D: 2019-01-30
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Hitchcock, Harold
Alberta Walker
D: 2019-01-28
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Walker, Alberta
Carla Taylor
D: 2019-01-02
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Taylor, Carla
Barry Brownridge
D: 2019-01-01
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Brownridge, Barry
Marihya Harris
D: 2018-12-28
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Harris, Marihya
Lucille Williams
D: 2018-12-27
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Williams, Lucille
Sharon Rucker
B: 1943-04-25
D: 2018-12-27
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Rucker, Sharon
Tyson Coleman
B: 1983-11-11
D: 2018-12-19
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Coleman, Tyson
Rommie Young
D: 2018-12-18
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Young, Rommie
Glenn Harris
B: 1958-08-08
D: 2018-12-14
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Harris, Glenn
Filipa Smith-Jones
D: 2018-11-28
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Smith-Jones, Filipa
Dorothia Upton
D: 2018-11-18
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Upton, Dorothia
Sharon Burton
D: 2018-11-14
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Burton, Sharon
David Covington
D: 2018-11-13
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Covington, David
Nathaniel Blacksheer
B: 1954-03-01
D: 2018-11-04
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Blacksheer, Nathaniel
Roseanna Fields
B: 1933-11-10
D: 2018-11-04
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Fields, Roseanna
Mae Tolbert
D: 2018-11-03
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Tolbert, Mae
Bernice Dulaney
D: 2018-11-01
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Dulaney, Bernice
Shirley Cohen
D: 2018-10-31
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Cohen, Shirley

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