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Miss Dawn Addis
Marie Dawn Addis, 25, of Roe Ford Road, Rt. 7, Greenville, died Wednesday.
        Born in Greenville County, daughter of Howard B. and Hazel Phillips Addis of Greenville, she was a Baptist.
        Surviving also are a sister, Valerie Addis, a student at Erskine College; a brother, Howard B. Addis Jr. of Piedmont; the grandmother, Mrs. S.D. Addis of Greenville.
        Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Reedy River Baptist Church, with burial in the church cemetery.
        The body is at the Thomas McAfee Funeral Home where the family will receive friends at 7-8 p.m. Thursday.
        The family requests that flowers be omitted and memorials be made to Connie Maxwell Childrens Home, Greenwood.
 (The Greenville News, Jan. 20, 1977)
Mrs. Hazel Phillips Addis
Hazel Phillips Addis, 80, of 790 Roe Ford Road, died Saturday, March 13, 1999.
         Mrs. Addis was born in Greenville and lived all of her life in the Reedy River Community. She was the daughter of the late Elford E. and Hattie Marchbanks Phillips and a former employee of Provence-Jarrad Printing Company.
         She was a member of Reedy River Baptist Church and had taught Sunday School for over 30 years.
         She is survived by her husband, Howard B. Addis; a daughter, Valerie A. Scott of Travelers Rest; a son, Howard B. Addis, Jr. of Anderson; two sisters, Mrs. William (Birdie) Harmon and Mrs. William (Frankie) Hightower of Greenville; a brother, Gilbert M. Phillips of Greenville; and one granddaughter, Claire Beatty of Travelers Rest. She was predeceased by a daughter, Marie Dawn Addis; two sisters, Margaret P. Hawkins and Helen P. Jenkins; and three brothers, E. Dean Phillips, Roy L. Phillips and Alvin H. Phillips.
         Visitation will be today from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at Thomas McAfee Funeral Home, Northwest Chapel.
         Services will be Tuesday, 11:00 a.m. at Trinity Presbyterian Church at Watson Crossing, Travelers Rest, conducted by the Rev. Timothy Lee and assisted by the Rev. Leon Johnson. Burial will be in Reedy River Baptist Church Cemetery.
         Memorials may be made to Reedy River Baptist Church Cemetery Fund, 871 Bypass 25 North, Greenville, S.C. 29617.
         The family will be at the residence.

L.C. Aiken
L.C. ``Louis'' Aiken, 74, of Route 7, Pilot Road, widower of Lillian Mather Aiken, died Thursday.
         Born in Pickens County, he was a retired salesman with L.B. Price Company and a Baptist.
         Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. James C. Hawkins Jr. of Greenville; a sister, Velvie Aiken McCabe of Greenville; and two grandchildren.
         Services will be 2 p.m. Saturday at Thomas McAfee Funeral Home; burial in Reedy River Baptist Church Cemetery.
         The body is at the funeral home where the family will receive friends 7-8:30 p.m. Friday.
         The family is at the home of his daughter, Mrs. James Hawkins Jr., Route 7, Pilot Road.
(The Greenville News, Friday, Aug. 25, 1978)
Mrs. Lillian Aiken
             Mrs. Lillian Violet Aiken, 54, wife of L.C. Aiken of Rt. 7, Greenville, Pilot Road, died Tuesday.
           A daughter of the late Barry and Clara Wakefield Mathews, she was born in Westminster. She spent most of her life in Greenville and she had been employed as supervisor of the sporting goods department of J.M. Fields Co., since the opening of the store.
           Surviving also are a daughter, Mrs. Oberia Aiken Hawkins of Rt. 7, Greenville; two sisters, Mrs. Vivian G. Kelly of Greenville and Mrs. Louise R. Murray of Valley Center, Kan.; three brothers, Henry D. Graham of Dallas, Tex.; Gene H. Graham of Wilmington, Del., and Larry R. Graham of Downey, Calif.; and two grandchildren.
           Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Reedy River Baptist Church. Burial will be at the church cemetery.
           The body will be taken to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Oberia A. Hawkins, Rt. 7, Greenville, Pilot Road, Thursday at 2 p.m. and will be placed in the church Friday at 1 p.m.
           Thomas McAfee Funeral Home

              (The Greenville News, Wednesday, Dec. 24, 1969)
Mrs. Sue Brown Allsep
          Mrs. Sue Brown Allsep of 1305 Woodside Ave., wife of the late Elijah P. Allsep, died at 3 p.m. Monday at a local nursing home after four weeks of serious illness and several years of declining health.
          A resident of Greenville County and a daughter of the late Leonard and Elizabeth Neal Brown, she would have celebrated her 94th birthday July 21.
          Mrs. Allsep was a charter member of Cedar Lane Baptist Church.
          Surviving are 3 daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Howard, Mrs. T.M. Loftis and Mrs. T.C. Batson of Greenville; 1 son, E.P. Allsep of Greenville; 1 brother, F.N. Brown of Travelers Rest; 12 grandchildren, 24 great-grandchildren and 8 great-great-grandchildren.
          Another son, T.F. Allsep, died in September 1958. She lived with that son for 12 years prior to his death.
          Funeral services will be conducted at 3:30 p.m. today at Reedy River Baptist Church by the rev. S.F. McAuley, the Rev. Jerry K. Scott and the Rev. S.P. Hester. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
          Pallbearers will be Clifton Allsep, Harold Loftis, Frankie Brown, Michel Howard, Carl Howard and Bobby Callaham.
          Honorary escort will be deacons and members of the Philathea Class of Cedar Lane Baptist Church.
          The body is at Jones Funeral Home, but will be placed in the church at 2:30 p.m.
          The family is at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Batson, 1 Gallon St., Dunean.
(Compiled from two Greenville News obituary notices)
Mrs. Alice H. Ashmore
Funeral services for Mrs. Alice Hawkins Ashmore. 75, widow of the late C. L. Ashmore and resident of the Reedy River church section near Travelers Rest, will be held at Reedy River Baptist church at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. The services will be conducted by Dr. Frank K. Pool and Rev. J. O. Strange, with interment in the church cemetery.
       Serving as active pallbearers will be Walter Green, Ford Thackston, Dayton Hawkins, Ansel Hawkins, J. B. League and Gary Davis.
       The deacons of the church together with the following are asked to meet at the church at 2:50 o'clock to compose the honorary escort: Dr. S. R. Gaston, L. J. Bond, R. A. Means, Fred S. Moody, John L. Watkins, E. M. Pendleton, J. R. Keeler, L. H. Childers and John P. Ashmore.
       The death of Mrs. Ashmore occurred at her home at 5:03 o'clock Sunday afternoon following 12 days of illness.
       With the exception of several years that she lived in the St. Albans section, Mrs. Ashmore had lived most of her life in the community where her death occurred. She was a daughter of the late J. B. and Susan Roe Hawkins.
        She had been a member of Reedy River Baptist church for many years.
        Pending the hour of the service the body is at the home.

Charles L. Ashmore
        Mr. Charles L. Ashemore died at his home at Lenderman Monday morning at 1:45 o'clock after an illness of ten days with appendicitis. The funeral service will be held this morning at 10 o'clock and interment will be in the Ashmore burial ground at Lenderman. The Woodmen of the World will attend the funeral, Mr. Ashemore having been a member of that order. He is survived by his wife and six small children.
        Among the relatives left to mourn him are his mother, Mrs. W.H. Ashemore of this city; W.G. Ashmore; P.C. Ashmore. H.W. Ashmore of Greenville and J.E. Ashmore of Blairsville, Ga., and V.P. Ashmore of Lenderman, being his brother.
        Mrs. J.A. Ashmore of Greenville, Mrs. Monroe(?) Jones of Lenderman and Mrs. A.S. Davis of Saluda are his sisters.
        The deceased was a member of the Reedy Fork (sic) Baptist church and a man who stood high in his community.
        Mr. Ashmore was well know here and was very popular with all his acquaintances, who will be deeply saddened to learn of his sad death and their heartfelt sympathy will go out to his bereaved widow and six small children.

         (The Greenville News)
Hawkins Ashmore
Funeral services for W. Hawkins Ashmore, 63. of Rt. 7, Greenville, Highway 250 at Reedy River Church, retired coffee salesman, who died at 3 p.m. Wednesday at a Travelers Rest clinic after a sudden attack, will be conducted today at 2:30 p.m. at Reedy River Baptist Church by Rev. Seth P. Hester. Dr. Olin Strange and Dr. B. F. Rogers. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
       He was born in Greenville County, a son of the late Charles Lemuel and Alice Hawkins Ashmore. He had spent all of his life in Greenville.
       For 39 years, Mr. Ashmore was with the National Coffee Co. He retired in January, 1963.
       He was a member of Reedy River Baptist Church and had served as a deacon. He was a member of Cooper Lodge, AFM, at Travelers Rest.
       Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Jessie Ridgeway Ashmore of Rt. 7, Greenville; two brothers, Clyde Ashmore of Orangeburg and Heyward Ashmore of Miami, Fla., and a sister, Mrs. F. S. Moody (Thelma) of Greenville.
       Pallbearers meeting at the home at 2 p.m., will be Ford Thackston, Dayton and Buster Hawkins, Walter Greene, Barney Talley and Edgar League.
      Honorary escort meeting at the church at 2:20 p.m. will be the Men's Bible Class and deacons of the church, with Barney Roe, John P. Ashmore, Russell Ashmore, Dr. J. E. Barnett, Dr. Landrum McCarrell, Dr. John Holliday, Lewis Page, Raymond Williams, Don Kay, Adger Babb, J. R. Chandler, J. P. Coates, Doug Coleman, A. B. Batson, A. B. Batson Jr., Truman Batson, W. A. Batson and Rep. Robert T. Ashmore.
      The body is at the home.

        The Mackey Mortuary is in charge.
(This is a combination of two obituary notices)
James Luther Ashmore
       James Luther Ashmore, 28, resident of the White Horse road near Travelers Rest, died at 9:45 o'clock Saturday morning at a Travelers Rest hospital following only two weeks illness.
      Mr. Ashmore was a lifelong resident of Greenville county. His grand-parents, the late Luther E. Green(e) and William H. Ashmore, were pioneers of this section and of two of the county's most prominent families. He had been associated with the Renfrew Bleachery for a number of years.
      He was a member of the Reedy River Baptist church.
      His father, the late Van P. Ashmore, who died in 1928, was a prominent farmer and merchant of his community and for many years was a magistrate there.
      Mr. Ashmore was not married.
      He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Sue Greene Ashmore, and by three sisters, Mrs. J.E. Strange, Miss Carrie Mae Ashmore, connected with the Columbia hospital as a registered nurse, and Mrs. E.C. Marrett, There is also a large family connection who survive.
      Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Reedy River Baptist church, conducted by Rev. J. Olin Strange and Rev. Joel E. Cannon. Interment will be in the family plot in the church cemetery.
      The following are asked to meet at the residence at 3:20 o'clock to serve as active pallbearers: Paul Scoggins, B.F. McDaniel, Wayne Evins, J.G. Morgan, Wilson Hunt and Alvin Smith.
      The escort of honor will be composed of the following, who are asked to meet at Reedy River Baptist church at 3:50 o'clock: Dr. T.E. Coleman, Dr. Stanley Coleman, Robert T. Ashmore, Gary Davis, B.J. Edwards, Charles A. Mills, James Balloch, Allen League, Ed Chiles, C.E. Clark, Fuller Campbell, Russell Chandler, Lewis Page and Otis Bayne.
      Until the hour of the service the body will remain at the residence on the White Horse road.

      (The Greenville News)
Mrs. Jessie Ashmore
Mrs. Jessie Ridgeway Ashmore, 83, a retired Greenville County educator, died Monday.
       She lived on Duncan Road.
       Mrs. Ashmore was a former principal at Duncan Chapel School and had taught at City View, Ebenezer, Little Texas and Travelers Rest.
       She taught the Lydia Bible Classic at Reedy River Baptist Church for 40 years.
       Surviving is a sister, V. L. Rice of Jonesboro, N.C.
       Service will be Wednesday 2 p.m. at Reedy River Baptist Church; burial in the church cemetery.
       Visitation: 7-8:30 p.m. at The Mackey Mortuary.
(The Greenville News, April 21, 1981)
Mrs. Sue Green Ashmore
        WESTMINSTER _ Mrs. Sue Green Ashmore, 85, of 106 Abey St., died at a Tocc(o)a, Ga. nursing home Wednesday at 6:25 p.m.
        Native of Greenville County, she was a member of Reedy River Baptist Church near Travelers Rest and a daughter of the late Luther and Josephine Hawkins Green. Her husband was the late Van Perry Ashmore.
        Surviving are there daughters, Mrs. Allena Strange of Columbia, Mrs. Oleta Marett of Westminster and Mrs. Carrie May Westmoreland of Marianna, Fla.; two brothers, J.B. and Walter Green of Travelers Rest; two sisters, Mrs. Etta McDaniel of Travelers Rest and Mrs. Kate Turner of Taylors; four grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
        Funeral services will be conducted Friday at 3 p.m. at Reedy River Baptist Church by Rev. William Reames and Rev. S.P. Hester. Burial will be in the church cemetery.
        Pallbearers will be Richard Childs, S.T. Turner, Billy Joe and Jack Green, Alvin and B.F. McDaniel.
        The body is at Sandifer Funeral Home and will be placed in the church Friday at 2 p.m.. The family is at the home of Mrs. Marett, Isundega St.
(The Greenville News)
V.P. Ashmore
          V.P. Ashmore, a well know farmer of Greenville county, passed away at 6:15 p.m. October 13 at his residence on the White Horse road after a critical illness of several weeks. During the past few days he had grown worse and his death did not come unexpectedly, yet brought sorrow throughout this county to his large circle of friends.
        Mr. Ashmore was a member of Cooper Lodge No. 282 of Masons and of Olive Camp, W.O.W. and also of the Junior Order of Bald Rock. He was a member of Reedy River Baptist church and a man highly esteemed by all who knew him.
        Mr. Ashmore had served as magistrate of Paris Mt. township for 12 years, being recently elected to the same office.
        The deceased is survived by his widow and the following children: Aleena, Oleta, Luther and Carrie Mae, his aged mother, Mrs. W.H. Ashmore, 86, of Greenville and the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. Monroe Jones of Piedmont and Mrs. Pauline Ashmore of Atlanta; Rev. J.E. Ashmore of Walhalla, W. Green Ashmore and Henry of Greenville.
        The following have been asked to serve as pallbearers: Clyde Heyward, Hawkins, William and Wade Ashmore and Allen League.
        The honorary pallbearers are Dr. S.R. Gaston, J.A. League, A.E. Payne, Clifton Farr, C.B. Wynn and C.C. Gunter.
        The funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from Reedy River Baptist church, conducted by his pastor, Dr. F.K. Poole, assisted by Rev. R.M. Hamby. The interment will take place in the church cemetery. Cooper Lodge No. 282 will conduct the Masonic services at the grave.

           (The Greenville News)



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