Charlie Morgan Carpenter Obituary

Charlie Morgan Carpenter was the husband of my half Great-Great Aunt, Golda Reynolds Carpenter.  She was the half-sister of my Great-Grandmother Elsie Louise Reynolds Stout.

Charlie Morgan Carpenter Obituary
Charlie Morgan Carpenter Obituary

Obituaries

Charlie Carpenter

Charlie Morgan Carpenter, 86, of Huntsville died Dec. 2, 1994, at Springdale Memorial Hospital.  He was born June 13, 1908, at Red Star, to Willard A. and Annie Belle McFee Carpenter.  He was a Freewill Baptist and a farmer.

Survivors include his wife, Golda Reynolds Carpenter of the home; two sons, Larry Willard Carpenter of Huntsville and Charles Claude Carpenter of Lincoln;  three daughters, Verna Bennett of Wesley, Vernice Tisdale of Goshen and Shirley Ledbetter of Huntsville;  two sisters, Bertha Lyman of Huntsville and Ruby Whorton of Springdale;  15 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren; and four great-great-grandchilren.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Brashears Funeral Home in Huntsville with the Rev. Paul Payne officiating.  Burial will be in Huntsville Cemetery.

Pallbearers will be Charles Carpenter, Jimmy Bennett, Jerry Bennett, Wayne Ledbetter, Jerry Ledbetter and Brent Tisdale.  Honorary pallbearers will be T.B. Lyman, Joe Lyman, Ricky Whorton, Perry Billingsley, Terry Bennett, Roger Bennett, Randy Bennett and Gary Cheatham.

Sunday’s Obituary is a daily blogging prompt used by many genealogy bloggers to help them post content on their sites.

To participate in Sunday’s Obituary, post obituaries along with other information about that person. This is an ongoing series developed by Leslie Ann at Ancestors Live Here.

Originally Published as Sunday’s Obituary:  Charlie Morgan Carpenter on July 17, 2011

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This photo contains one or more person(s) that I am currently unable to identify. If you can provide any informaion (even a guess is a starting place), please email me at Genealogy@ksthompson.com with your information!

The photos in my unknown photo collection could come from either my mother’s family (Treat, Lawrence, and related family lines) or my father’s family (Thompson, Stout, and related family lines).

Also, my Great-Aunt Mabel (Stout) Parsons was a school teacher in the Springdale schools for many years so some of the photos may be of her students.

Charlie Thompson Tombstone

Charlie Thompson was my Great Uncle. He was the son of Vern and Venna Stansell Thompson and the brother of my Grandfather CH Thompson.  He was buried in Friendship Cemetery, Springdale, Arkansas.

Charlie and Pat Jaro Thompson Tombstone Photo
Charlie and Pat Jaro Thompson Tombstone Photo

 

Tombstone Tuesday is a daily blogging prompt used by many genealogy bloggers to help them post content on their sites.

To participate in Tombstone Tuesday simply create a post which includes an image of a gravestone of one or more ancestors and it may also include a brief description of the image or the ancestor.

Originally Published as Tombstone Tuesday: on August 2, 2011

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This photo contains one or more person(s) that I am currently unable to identify. If you can provide any informaion (even a guess is a starting place), please email me at Genealogy@ksthompson.com with your information!

The photos in my unknown photo collection could come from either my mother’s family (Treat, Lawrence, and related family lines) or my father’s family (Thompson, Stout, and related family lines).

Also, my Great-Aunt Mabel (Stout) Parsons was a school teacher in the Springdale schools for many years so some of the photos may be of her students.

Dallas Butler Tombstone

Dallas B Butler Tombstone
Dallas B Butler Tombstone

He was my Great Uncle.  He was the husband of Floy Lenora Thompson and the son-in-law of Vern and Venna Stansell Thompson.  He is buried in Friendship Cemetery, Springdale, Arkansas.

 

Tombstone Tuesday is a daily blogging prompt used by many genealogy bloggers to help them post content on their sites.

To participate in Tombstone Tuesday simply create a post which includes an image of a gravestone of one or more ancestors and it may also include a brief description of the image or the ancestor.

Originally Published as Tombstone Tuesday:  Dallas Butler on July 26, 2011

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This photo contains one or more person(s) that I am currently unable to identify. If you can provide any informaion (even a guess is a starting place), please email me at Genealogy@ksthompson.com with your information!

The photos in my unknown photo collection could come from either my mother’s family (Treat, Lawrence, and related family lines) or my father’s family (Thompson, Stout, and related family lines).

Also, my Great-Aunt Mabel (Stout) Parsons was a school teacher in the Springdale schools for many years so some of the photos may be of her students.

Franklin Reynolds Obituary

Franklin Reynolds was my half Great-Uncle, the brother of my Great-Grandmother Elsie Reynolds Stout.

Franklin Reynolds Obituary
Franklin Reynolds Obituary

Franklin Reynolds

Franklin Reynolds, 61, of Huntsville died Oct. 11 at Huntsville Memorial Hospital.  He was born July 1, 1921, in Madison County, the son of Thomas F. and Viola Burgess Reynolds.

Survivors include two sons, Johnny Reynolds of Huntsville and Franklin D. Reynolds of Wesley;  two sisters, Janice Wright of Fayetteville and Linda Reynolds of Rogers;  his mother of Huntsville;  five brothers, Dewey and Roy Reynolds of Huntsville, Tommy Reynolds of Gentry, Wesley Reynolds of Hindsville and Junior Reynolds of St. Paul;  one half brother, Melvin Reynolds of California;  six sisters, Fannie Carter and Goldie Carpenter of Huntsville, Sylvia Davis of Lowell, Fawn Bryant of Witter, Sarah Jane Coble of Yakima, Wash., and Viola Johnson of Springdale;  eight grandchildren.

Services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Brashears Funeral Home with Guy Couch officiating.  Burial will be in Venus Cemetery.  Nephews will serve as pallbearers.

Sunday’s Obituary is a daily blogging prompt used by many genealogy bloggers to help them post content on their sites.

To participate in Sunday’s Obituary, post obituaries along with other information about that person. This is an ongoing series developed by Leslie Ann at Ancestors Live Here.

Originally Published as Sunday’s Obituary:  Franklin Reynolds on July 24, 2011

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This photo contains one or more person(s) that I am currently unable to identify. If you can provide any informaion (even a guess is a starting place), please email me at Genealogy@ksthompson.com with your information!

The photos in my unknown photo collection could come from either my mother’s family (Treat, Lawrence, and related family lines) or my father’s family (Thompson, Stout, and related family lines).

Also, my Great-Aunt Mabel (Stout) Parsons was a school teacher in the Springdale schools for many years so some of the photos may be of her students.

Ann Cleo Blackston Stout Tombstone

Ann Cleo Blackston Stout was my Great-Aunt on my father’s side.  She died in August after I was born in January so I have no memories of her but I did know her daughter when I was a child.  We would see each other when we visited my Great-Grandfather Claude Stout.

Ann is buried in Friendship Cemetery directly across from my Great Grandparents Claude and Elsie Reynolds Stout and diagonally from my Grandparents CH and Gwen Stout Thompson.

Ann Cleo Blackston Stout Tombstone
Ann Cleo Blackston Stout Tombstone

 

 

Tombstone Tuesday is a daily blogging prompt used by many genealogy bloggers to help them post content on their sites.

To participate in Tombstone Tuesday simply create a post which includes an image of a gravestone of one or more ancestors and it may also include a brief description of the image or the ancestor.

Originally Published as Tombstone Tuesday:  Ann Cleo Blackston Stout on July 19, 2011

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This photo contains one or more person(s) that I am currently unable to identify. If you can provide any informaion (even a guess is a starting place), please email me at Genealogy@ksthompson.com with your information!

The photos in my unknown photo collection could come from either my mother’s family (Treat, Lawrence, and related family lines) or my father’s family (Thompson, Stout, and related family lines).

Also, my Great-Aunt Mabel (Stout) Parsons was a school teacher in the Springdale schools for many years so some of the photos may be of her students.