41237. Lenora Edna Burdette
AUNT LENORA WHO I ALWAYS CALLED "AUNT SNORE", SHE WAS LIKE A SISTER TO
ME, & WAS A GREAT LADY. SHE SUFFERED A HEART ATTACK WHILE TALKING ON THE PHONE
TO HER SISTER, DORTHEA (BURDETTE) MARTIN, MY MOTHER. I LOVED HER DEARLY AND
WILL MISS HER ALWAYS.
William Brian Sole
UNCLE BILL, WAS MY FAVORITE, HE WAS A SHY MAN, AND BLUSHED VERY EASY. HE
WOULD TURN SCARLET RED WHEN YOU TEASED HIM. HE COULD MAKE HIS EARS GO UP AND
DOWN AND BACK AND FORTH, AND USED TO DO THIS FOR US CHILDREN ALL THE TIME. HE
HAD THE MOST BEAUTIFUL SMILE I HAVE EVER SEEN ON ANY PERSON. HE WAS DEARLY
LVED BY HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN, AND BY EVERYONE WHO KNEW HIM. HE WAS A FARMER,
AND ALSO A WELDER. HE WAS BURIED ON MY BIRTHDAY, MAY 3, 1985.
Dolpheus Jackson Brannon
In the Mowrey book the last name for Dolpheus Jackson is spelled Brannon, the
orginal record has it spelled Braman. In order to be consistant with other
entries I am changing the spelling to the Mowrey book, Brannon.
47457. Brinda Sue Carpenter
Brinda Sue (22) Carpenter (twin) was born 1 May 1946 and died 15 September
1946. This is taken from the Mowrey book, it could be that Brinda is a typo,
and it should be Brenda, unknown at this time.