--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Mon., 24 Apr 1939
MRS. DORA WARREN
Mrs. Dora Warren, 65, died at her home, 1310 Sycamore Street, North Little Rock, at 10:45 p.m. Saturday. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Emma Dobbins of North Little Rock, and Mrs. Nora Haynie of Bell, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Lillian Fulmer of Conway; five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. today at the Griffin-Leggett Funeral Home, Little Rock, by Rev. L.H. Roseman. Burial was in Old Liberty Cemetery east of Conway. Pall-bearers were: Active--J.G. Skinner, S.H. Lindsey, R.W. Nalls, Ralph Anderson, J. Paul Palmer, and Dick Wright. Honorary--John Lee, C.M. Wilson, W.H. Norwood, Tom Sutherland, Dr. George Harrod, Ira Stack, George Fiddler, and Joe Freyaldenhoven.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Sat., 28 Apr 1973
MEMPHIS WOMAN DIES, FUNERAL TO BE HERE
Mrs. Media L. Whitten, 86, of 973 Semmes Road, Memphis, Tenn., died Friday (April 27, 1973) at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. She was the widow of Andrew C. Whitten.
Mrs. Whitten was a former resident of North Little Rock.
She was born July 13, 1886, at Morrilton. Her parents were W.M. Wylie and Rhoda Carlock West.
Surviving are a son, Everett Whitten of Farmington, Mo.; a daughter, Mrs. Chester G. Treadway of Memphis; two brothers, Noel and Loyd West, both of Okla.; two sisters, Mrs. Celia Newman of Okla., and Mrs. Fathia Jackson of Morrilton; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
A service will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Oak Grove Cemetery.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Sat., 27 Jul 1957
A.C. WHITTEN, 73, DIES AT HOME IN NORTH LITTLE ROCK
Andrew Cleveland Whitten, 73, North Little Rock, died at his home this morning. He was a millwright.
Born in Conway October 20, 1883, he lived all his life in this state. Mr. Whitten lived in Lake Village and McGehee and Little Rock after moving from Conway.
He was a son of the late Andrew and Media West Whitten [???]. Mr. Whitten married to the former Media West, who survives.
Other survivors include a daughter, Mrs. C.G. Treadway of Memphis, Tenn; two sons, Gurvis A. Whitten of Blytheville and Everett Whitten of Farmington, Mo; a sister, Mrs. J.O. Moore of Conway; two brothers, W.M. Whitten of Little Rock and E.A. Whitten of Wabbaseka and two grandchildren.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Doolin's Chapel. Dr. J. Russell Cross will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery.
Pallbearers, all nephews, include, J.O. Moore, Jr., Carl Louie Whitten, Shannon Whitten of Wabbaseka, Mitt and Carroll West, Doyle Upchurch, Orland and Lawton Jackson.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Fri., 19 Mar 1976
MRS. H.V. WILCOX
Mrs. Sybil Wilcox, 72, of Greenbrier, died Thursday (March 18, 1976) at her home. She was the widow of H.V. "Hub" Wilcox, who died in 1960.
Mrs. Wilcox was a daughter of Clint and Mae Tilley Ellzey and was born December 07, 1903, in the Greenbrier area.
She was a member of Spring Hill Baptist Church.
Survivors are two sons, Bob V. Wilcox and Jack E. Wilcox, both of Greenbrier; two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Hooker of Las Cruces, N.M., and Mrs. Helen Tidwell of Salt Flat, Tex.; two brothers, Clinton Ellzey, Jr., of Greenbrier, and William A. Ellzey of North Little Rock; four sisters, Mrs. Cornell Reynolds of North Little Rock, Mrs. Bonnie Loveless of Memphis, Tenn., and Mrs. Inza Clifton and Mrs. Mary Jo Nixon, both of Greenbrier; three grand-son and one grand-daughter.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Spring Hill Baptist Church with the Rev. Gene Elrod officiating. Burial will be in Springhill Cemetery by McNutt Funeral Service.
Pallbearers will be Bill, Wiley, Freddie, and Paul Wilcox, Bill Bell, Johnny Clifton, Wayne Nixon, and Bill Porter.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Thurs., 29 Apr 1915
JOHN W. WILEY
John W. Wiley, Jr., 38 years old, died of typhoid fever at 10 o'clock last night at his home near Bessie. Funeral services will be held this afternoon, burial being in Bethlehem Cemetery. He is survived by his widow and four children.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Mon., 29 Apr 1935
MRS. H.G. WILLIAMS
Mrs. Nellie Williams, aged 52, wife of H.G. Williams, died Saturday at her home on Faulkner Street. Mrs. Williams was born in Faulkner County and lived most of her life near Greenbrier. She is survived by her husband, two sons, Henry and John Williams of Perry County, and three daughters, Mrs. Lena Forrester of Conway, Mrs. Myrtle Wilson of Vilonia, and Mrs. Loy Stump of Russellville. Funeral services were conducted Sunday with interment in Carden Bottoms Cemetery, near Dardanelle, in charge of Doolin's Funeral Home.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Thurs., 29 Nov 1906
Fayette Williams, a prosperous young farmer who lived about five miles south of here, is dead. He was buried here Sunday.
--Nov. 26. (date of reporting)
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Thurs., 06 Dec 1906
Fate Williams, a hard working good citizen, of near Springfield, was found dead in the woods where he had been chopping. It is supposed he died of heart trouble.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Thurs., 19 Apr 1906
Clay Williams made a trip to Morrilton last Thursday to pay the last visit to his brother who died of dropsey.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Thurs., 26 Apr 1906
Rash Williams who had been sick for several weeks, died at his home just east of town last Wed. night. His remains were taken to Plumerville and buried Tuesday.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Thurs., 10 Sep 1953
MARION L. WILSON DIES IN CALIFORNIA
--from Friday's Daily
Marion L. Wilson, 80, of Salinas, Calif., died Monday following a fractured hip suffered two weeks previously. He was a widower and a native of Faulkner County. He moved to California 18 months ago and was a member of the Church of Christ.
Survivors include a son, B.L. Wilson of Salinas; a daughter, Mrs. Nomal Page of Jacksonville; a brother, Huie Wilson of Little Rock; and a sister, Mrs. Tressie Harrison of Little Rock.
Funeral services will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. at Harmony Church.
Burial will be at Harmony Cemetery by Doolin's Funeral Home.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Sat., 08 Oct 1951
MRS. M.L. WILSON OF OLMSTEAD COMMUNITY DIES
Mrs. Cora C. Wilson, aged 78, died today at her home in the Olmstead community near Jacksonville after an eight week illness.
She was the wife of M.L. Wilson and was a lifelong resident of Arkansas.
Mrs. Wilson was a native of Tenn., born March 23, 1873. She was a member of the Church of Christ.
In addition to her husband, Mrs. Wilson is survived by five daughters, Myrtle Brannon of Wister, Okla., Jennie Green of Salinas, Calif., Ruth Page of Little Rock, and Lillie Mae Ausbrook and Nomel Page, both of Route 2, Jacksonville; two step-sons, J.R. Hooks of Route 4, Conway, and Baxter Wilson of Salinas, Calif.; two brothers, James and Dave Harrison, both of Little Rock; 31 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Harmony Baptist Church. Burial willl be in Harmony Cemetery in charge of Doolin's Funeral Home.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Tues., 21 Mar 1972
B.L. WILSON SUCCUMBS AT 76 IN CALIFORNIA
Baxter L. Wilson, 76, a Faulkner County native, died Sunday (March 19, 1972) at Salinas, Calif.
Mr. Wilson, who was retired, moved to Salinas in 1950. He was born March 14, 1896, at Mayflower, a son of Marian L. and Lula Persons Wilson.
He was a member of Harmony Baptist Church and a veteran of World War I.
Survivors include a son, Zebedee Wilson of Salinas; four daughters, Mrs. Mildred Bailey, Mrs. Lula Rogers, Mrs. Wilburn Kelley, and Mrs. Charles Reeves, all of Salinas; a half-sister, Nomel Page of Little Rock; 13 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Harmony Baptist Church. Burial will be at Harmony Cemetery by McNutt Funeral Home.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Sat., 04 Apr 1936
Mrs. Bessie Wilson of Chadwick was laid to rest in the cemetery here Sunday afternoon.
from the Log Cabin Democrat, Thurs., 30 Jan 1919
The death angel visited the home of Mrs. N.J. Wilson on January 13, 1919, and saw fit to call her dear husband, S.S. Wilson, home. He was born in Harlin Co., Tenn., April 16, 1845. He entered the war when he was 16 years of age and served during the first two years. He married Miss Nancy Burden in 1866. He and his family moved to Greenbrier, Ark., about 36 years ago, and lived here until his death. He was a patriotic man and was willing to help in every thing to help win the last great war. He lived a devoted life to his home and church. He leaves his wife, two sisters, Mrs. Hanna O'Neal and Mrs. Priscilla Farris, both of Tenn., and six children, four daughters and two sons, Mrs. G.W. Shultz of Sherwood, Okla., Mrs. Jennie Gibson, Mrs. J.L. Snoddy, and Mrs. Lucian Long, all of Greenbrier; Dr. W.H. Wilson of Monette, and C.S. Wilson of France.
Oh! how sad it was to part with him, and we will miss him in his some (home) and surrounding, but our Father knoweth best. We ask the bereaved ones to put their trust in our blessed Lord, who doeth all things well.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Thurs., 06 Aug 1908
MRS. DORA WILSON DEAD
Mrs. Dora Wilson, wife of Dr. W.H. Wilson, died at her home at Grffithville, White County, Saturday of pneumonia. The body was brought to this city and taken to Shady Grove for interment Sunday. Mrs. Wilson was 29 years of age and is survived by two children.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Mon., 08 Aug 1966
MRS. WILSON DIES IN CALIFORNIA
Mrs. Emma Thomas Wilson, 71, a former resident of Conway, died Sunday (August 07, 1966) in Salinas, Calif. Her body will arrive Wednesday.
McNutt Funeral Home will announce arrangements.
Mrs. Wilson was born January 02, 1895, a daughter of the late Henry and Ellen Wilson Thomas. She lived in Arkansas 17 years. She was a Methodist.
Survivors include her husband, Baxter L. Wilson of Salinas; a sister, Mrs. Mary Forrest Nash of Greenbrier; a stepson and three stepdaughters of Calif.; nine grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Thurs., 11 Aug 1966
MRS. WILSON FORMERLY OF CONWAY DIES
Mrs. Emma Thomas Wilson, formerly of Conway, died August 07 in Salina, Calif., where she had lived the last 17 years.
Mrs. Wilson, the former Emma Thomas, was a daughter of Henry and Ellen Wilson Thomas. She was born January 02, 1895. She was married to Baxter L. Wilson, who survives.
Other survivors include a sister, Mrs. Mary Nash of Greenbrier; a step-son, Zeb Wilson of Salinas, Calif.; four step-daughters, Mrs. Lula Rogers, Mrs. Lois Kelley, Mrs. Betty Bowning, and Mrs. Mildred Bailey, all of Salinas; 12 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at McNutt Chapel by the Rev. Paul Watts and the Rev. Wallace Glover. Burial will be in Harmony Cemetery by McNutt Funeral Home.
Pallbearers will be Osco Hankins, Silburn Hardy, Exell Howard, Osbie Davis, Sherman Hill, and Sam Vann.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Sun., 17 Feb 1980
JOHN L. WILSON
Funeral services for John L. Wilson, 60, of North Little Rock, who died Thursday, were Saturday at Harmony Baptist Church with the Rev. Doyle Johnson officiating. Burial was in Harmony Cemetery near Cato by North Little Rock Funeral Home.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Tues., 09 Jan 1945
MRS. J.M. WOOD, 57, DIES AT HER HOME NEAR BEE BRANCH
Mrs. Emily Alabama Wood, wife of J.M. Wood, died at 7 a.m. today at their home in Steel's Chapel community, near Bee Branch, Van Buren County, after an extended illness. Mrs. Wood was born at Bee Branch January 13, 1888, lacking but four days reaching her 57th birthday. She was a daughter of the late Richard F. and Sarah Sneed Lynn. She was married to Mr. Wood December 13, 1908. Mrs. Wood was a member of the General Baptist Church.
Surviving besides her husband are a daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Phillips of Damascus; a son, Homer Wood of Clarksville; three sisters, Mrs. Mollie Deaver of Compton, Calif., Mrs. Laura Stumon of Arkadelphia, and Mrs. Intha Leonard of Damascus; two brothers, Ed and Richard Lynn of Morganton; and five grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held in the Pine Mountain Church Wednesday at 1 p.m. by Rev. W.A. Duncan. Burial in Pine Mountain Cemetery will be in charge of the McNutt Funeral Home.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Tues., 16 Oct 1934
G.S. WOODHOUSE, aged 76, native Englishman, died at his home at Damascus at 5 a.m. today. Mr. Woodhouse was born in England in 1858 and came to the United States at the age of 12. He resided at Damascus the last nine years. Surviving relatives are his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Katie Hartwick of Damascus and Mrs. Rosa Ward of Shawnee, Okla., and three sons, W.F. Woodhouse of Damascus, L.E. Woodhouse of Blytheville, and Jesse Woodhouse of Shawnee. Funeral services were held this afternoon with Rev. S.O. Jones in charge. Interment was made in the Plumerville cemetery in charge of J.A. Pence & Son.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Wed., 09 Jan 1929
ROBERT F. YOUNG
The body of Robert F. Young, aged 72, formerly, a well-to-do farmer of near Greenbrier, was brought to Conway this morning and taken thence to East Shady Grove for burial. Mr. Young died at his home at Saskawa, Okla., Monday. He is survived by two sons, R.S. Young of Alabama and M.J. Young of Oklahoma; and one daughter, Mrs. Green Burkett of Oklahoma.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Thurs., 03 Sep 1903
Mrs. J.D. Zellner died Thursday after a long struggle with slow fever. We extend deepest sympathy to the mourning ones.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Mon., 04 Feb 1963
J.D. ZELLNER, 95, DIES IN LITTLE ROCK
James Dethridge Zellner, 95, of Route 2, Conway, died yesterday (February 03, 1963) at a hospital in Little Rock. He had been ill two years.
Mr. Zellner was a retired merchant and a former Arkansas Gazette agent in Conway.
He was born July 28, 1867, at Hickory Withe, Tenn., a son of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Zellner. He had lived in Arkansas 75 years. He was a resident of Conway twenty years. He was a Methodist.
Survivors include two sons, Earl Zellner of Conway and Bernard Zellner of Greenbrier; two daughters, Mrs. Eva Ashcraft of Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Eula King of Mountain Home; a sister, Mrs. Jimmy Butler of Phoenix, Ariz.; three step-daughters, Mrs. John Hillard of Hot Springs, Mrs. Minnie Kellar of Eudora, and Mrs. H.O. Porter of Fayettevile; 11 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild.
Funeral will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Wesley Memorial Methodist Church by the Rev. J. Hillman Byrum. Burial will be in Mount Olive Cemetery by McNutt Funeral Home.
Pallbearers will be Mr. Zellner's grandsons, Radford, Jimmy, Stanley, Billy D., Marion P., and Joe Zellner. Honarary pallbearers--Fred Wilcox, Roy Sims, Clarence Day, Richard Hendrickson, A.T. Holland, Jerald Voss, Quinn Hazel, W.E. Cort, and Tommy Sanders.
--from the Log Cabin Democrat, Sun., 11 Jan 1981
Mrs. Hester Cart Zellner, 82, of Route 5, Conway, died Friday (January 09, 1981). She was a member of College Avenue Church of the Nazarene. She was born November 08, 1898, in Conway, a daughter of J.O. and Annie Joiner Cart.
Surviving are her husband, Earl Zellner; two sons, Marion and Joe Zellner, both of Conway; a daughter, Mrs. Carl Coxsey of Huntsville, Ala.; a brother, W.D. Cart of North Little Rock; three sisters, Mrs. Emma Furnell of North Little Rock, Mrs. Lessie Sanders of Conway, and Mrs. Ann Collier of Dallas, Tex.; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at College Avenue Church of the Nazarene. The Revs. James Sanders and Dean Clements will officiate.
Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery by McNutt Funeral Home.
Pallbearers will be her nephews, Radford and Bill Zellner, Homer and John Furnell, Jim Stone, and Kenneth Cart.