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||Broke nose as a boy, which permanently injured his breathing and kept him out of WWII, even though he went down right away to sign up.|
"Roy V. Albea, Sr., age 79, of Decatur, Ga., died Tuesday evening, September 13, 2005, surrounded by his loving family. The funeral will be Friday, September 16, 2005, at 1PM in the Bill Head Funeral Home, Lilburn/Tucker Chapel, with Pastor Sandy Adams officiating. Interment Westview Cemetery, Atlanta, Ga. A native of Greenwood, SC, Roy was a retired Overnite truck driver with 42 years of service and a member of Calvary Chapel, Lilburn, Ga. Survived by his wife, Betty H. Albea, Decatur, Ga.; Sons, Roy Vernon Albea, Jr., Savannah, Ga., Charles Lee Albea, Lloyd Milton Albea and Larry Dean Albea, all of Decatur, Ga.; Daughters, June Elizabeth Albea Shearer, Decatur, Ga and Ruby Louise Albea Craft, Lawrenceville, Ga.; Sisters, Tootsie Clarey, Greenville, SC, Marie Wingard, Decatur, Ga. and Pansey Chandler, Greenville, SC; Seven Grandchildren and one Great Granddaughter and one Great Grandson. Arrangements by Bill Head Funeral Homes and Crematory, Lilburn/Tucker Chapel, 770-564-2726."
Published in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution from 9/15/2005 - 9/16/2005.
|Albea, Roy Vernon Sr.
||Living in Decatur - Eastside Heritage Center, ||Albea, Roy Vernon Sr.
||Sec 50, Lot 327, Plot 1, Westview Cemetery ||Albea, Roy Vernon Sr.
||sheet 13b, ed 24-14 ||Albea, Roy Vernon Sr.
||Sheet 16B, ED 13 ||Albea, Roy Vernon Sr.
||District 52 ||Albea, Samuel
||Sheet 14A, ED 75 ||Albea, Sarah Elizabeth
||"HENSLEY - Died at Columbia, S. C., Nov. 2, 1922, at 6 p. m., MRS. SALLIE R. HENSLEY. Funeral services held at Columbia, Nov. 4, 1922, and interment will take place in West View cemetery, this (SATURDAY) afternoon, upon the arrival of the 2;45 p. m. Southern train in Augusta. Elliot & Sons in charge."|
"BURIAL HERE TODAY OF MRS. SALLIE B. HENSLEY
Interment in Westview Cemetery This Afternonn
The body of Mrs. Sallie B Hensley, who died Thursday afternoon at 6 o'clock at her home in Columbia, S. C. following an illness of seven months duration, will arrive in Augusta on the 2:45 Southern train today. The body will be taken to the Westview Cemetery, where, after a burial service, interment will take place. The funeral services will take place in Columbia before the shipment of the body.
Mrs. Hensley was 70 years of age. She is survived by her husband, two sons, Tillman and Raymond Hensley; one daughter, Mrs. Lucy Hixon and five grandchildren, all of Columbia."
|Albea, Sarah Sally V
||ed 71, sheet 3a ||Albea, Sarah Sally V
||Page 9 ||Albea, Sarah Sally V
||"Iredell Co. N. C.|
Thomas Albea 4 Oct. 1843
Son - Tilman Albea - a negro boy named Ivey
" - Cyrus Albea - sum of $400.00
" - Benjamin Albea - negro boy named Jack
" - Baker Albea - tract of land known as Walter Beal tract adj. lands of Alexander Baily, James Patterson and James P. Godbey together with 16 a. taken from my home plantation adj. aforementioned piece, also a negro woman named Rachel and a small girl named Annaha, a horse, saddle, "Bride" to the value of $50.00
Dau. - Henrietta Ward - $5.00
to heirs of my dau. Sarah Caroline Carter (of her body) $150.00
" " " " " Nancy Baggarly $150.00
" " " " " Emmaline Jerret - negro girl Cotensy - negro boy named Amos and the girl
Mary and one cow &
calf, bed & furniture
Nephew - Thomas Campbell $5.00
" - Belk Campbell $25.00
" - Anthony Campbell $5.00
Residue of estate to be sold and if any left to be divided among my 5 children as follows:
Baker Abe 1/3 of whole sum and remaining part equally divided among:
Benjamin C. Albea, Nancy Baggarly, Emmaline Jerrell, Sarah C. Carter, Emily Albea
Extrs: Sons Benjamin & Baker
Thomas -x- Albea
Wit:Alexr Bailey, jurat
||Mount Bethel Methodist Cemetery ||Albea, Thomas
||pg 46 ||Albea, Thomas J
||pg 17 ||Albea, Thomas Robert
||pg 46 ||Albea, Thomas Robert
||Bethany Cemetery ||Albea, Pvt Thomas Tillman
||Born 10-15-1845 died 10-17-1905, husband of Susan A. Albea. Mr. T. T. Albea died at his home near Iveytown Tuesday morning, Oct. 17. Mr. Albea's death was quite sudden and unexplainable; He had been out to his lot to catch a horse preparatory to taking a short trip and upon his return to the home after entering the room he sank to the floor and died instantly; Mr. Albea was a splendid citizen and his demise is very muich regretted; Faithful member of Bethany Church and did much for the religious welfare of his neighbors; He was regarded as a pillar of the church; Funeral services occurred Wednesday morning, Rev. A. D. Echols conducting the services, following which his remains were interred in Bethany cemetery; Survived by a wife and five children.|
"Lincoln Journal" 10-19-1905.
|Albea, Pvt Thomas Tillman
||E, Captain Walton's Company, Mounted Infantry, Northeast Regiment, Georgia ||Albea, Pvt Thomas Tillman
||ED 52 ||Albea, Pvt Thomas Tillman
||Page 62, District 79 ||Albea, Pvt Thomas Tillman
||Page 9 ||Albea, Pvt Thomas Tillman
||Pine Grove Methodist Churc ||Albea, Pvt Thomas Tillman
||Sheet 12A, ED 35 ||Albea, Pvt Thomas Tillman
||ED 52 ||Albea, Tilman
||Page 58, ED 69, Militia District 186 ||Albea, Tilman
||Page 9, ||Albea, Tilman
||Pine Grove Methodist Church ||Albea, Tilman
||Sheet 14A, ED 75 ||Albea, Vela
||Sheet 3 A, ED 41 ||Albea, Vela
||Sheet 6 A, ED 40, Militia 186 ||Albea, Viola
||Sheet 9A, ED 58, Militia District 186 ||Albea, Viola
||Page No 58, ED 69, District 183 ||Albea, Warren
||Page No 58, ED 69, District 183 ||Albea, William
||Pg 821 ||Albea, William
||Called "Willie A." on his 1895 marriage record to Nina Sprouse.|
Died of Cardio Vascular Disease
"William A. Albea
GREENWOOD, Aug. 3 - William A. Albea, 64, died at his home here early today after a week's illness.
Funeral services will be conducted at Lowell Street Methodist Church tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock by his pastor, the Rev. W. F. Gault and the Rev. H. B. Koon, Interment will be in Edgewood Cemetery.
Mr. Albea was a native of Lincoln county, Georgia but had been making his home here for 26 years. He is survived by his widow, who was Miss Nina Sprouse of Abbeville; tw [six] daughters, Mrs. O. T. Duvall and Mrs. J. H. Faulkner; four sons, Melvin, Vernon, Coleman and Paul Albea; one sister, Mrs. Walter C. Ivie, Macon, Ga.; two brothers, Edward Albea, Plant City, Fla., Elbert Albea, Lincolnton, Ga, and twenty Grandchildren."
|Albea, William Anderson
||ED 39, ||Albea, William Anderson
||ED 76 ||Albea, William Anderson
||Edgewood Cemetery ||Albea, William Anderson
||Page 58, ED 69, Militia District 186 ||Albea, William Anderson
||Sheet 16A, ED 13 ||Albea, William Anderson
||W. A. Albea - Sheet 5A, ED 80 ||Albea, William Anderson
||ED 52 ||Albea, William H
||Page 9 ||Albea, William H
||Page No 58, ED 69, District 183 ||Albea, William H
||pg 10b, ed 40 ||Albea, William H
||Pine Grove Methodist Church ||Albea, William H
||Lincolnton City Cemetery ||Albea, Wyatt Bernard Sr
||Sheet 14A, ED 40 ||Albea, Wyatt Bernard Sr
||Sheet 4 A, ED 91-5 ||Albea, Wyatt Bernard Sr