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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 7, 1972, High Point, North Carolina I of High Point Enterprise deaths amp mrs. Estelle Welbor monday february 7, 1972 fun n or als a a c. H. Meredith Wilson funeral of Thomasville set wednesday mrs. Welborn is dead at 96 Thomasville mrs Estelle Farlow . Welborn. 96. Died sunday at 11 15 . At Liberty nursing Home she was born in Guilford College a daughter of David Farlow and Sophrenia Farlow and graduated from the new Garden Quaker boarding school which is now Guilford College. She was a member of first Baptist Church i n Thomasville. She taught school in Randolph and Davidson counties for several years. Survivors include two tons Charlie and Willie Welborn both of Thomasville s i x s. Mrs. A. J. Owen Owen mrs. Dock sink. Mrs. Robert c. Foster and mrs. Ruby Cranford Al mrs. Roy of Charlottes mrs. Dennis f High Point i Aura Skeen miss Ger Guilford Garfield College 16 19 great daughter Theresa i Clarice i Leona it Lgeorge i of Thoma Vilh icle Tai Bruton Ville. Va., and Hazel Young two Sisters. Or i of High Point Aru rude f allow it College one Broth Farlow of Guilford grandchildren an grandchildren d at f funeral will be Baptist Church Thomasville wednesday at la . By or. Joseph Hester or. W. K. Mcgee and or. Robert c. Foster burial will be in fair Grove cemetery. The body will remain at the Siler funeral Home until the hour of the service and the family will be there tuesday night from 7 until 9 Thomasville Clayton Harley Meredith 65, of 502 Reid St. Died in Community general Hospital sunday at 12 40 p. In. His death was unexpected. He was born in High Point nov. 18, 1906. A son of tee and Minnie Burton Meredith and had been a resident of Thomasville for the past 16 years. He was of the Baptist Faith. He was employed by the Brookdale carving co. He was a Veteran of world War ii. On dec. 22. 1948. He was married to miss Grace Meredith who survives of the Home. Surviving in addition to his wife Are four Sisters. Mrs. Lee Gladys Mcbride of Jackson Springs mrs. Emmett Roberta Ward of 8609 Rock Lane dr., High Point mrs Dorothy Strother of 2617 cars ten ave. High Point and mrs. Juanita Johnston of 2728 English rd., High Point and two Brothers c. W. Meredith of English rd., High Point and Ardenna Meredith of to Dorothy St., High Point. Funeral will be held tuesday at 2 . In j. C. Green amp sons Chapel by the Rev. Charles f. Mcdowell. Burial will be in Floral Garden Park cemetery in High Point. The body will be at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9 and at the Home of will Nav 215 Royal Oaks St. I hot 1972 Sechrest service 1301 e Lex ton ave j 882 2555 Thomasville Fred n. Wilson. 67. Of 103 it. Guilford St. Died Early this morning at his Home after suffering a heart attack. He was born in Commerce ga., March 13, 1904, a son of Warren and Aurelia Foster Wilson and had lived in Thomasville since 1921. He was a member of Apple Valley Baptist Church near Commerce he was employed at commercial carving co. In february 1929. He married miss Myrtle Leader who survives in addition to three daughters. Mrs. Charles r. Fredda Jones of by. 4, mrs. Lawrence Betty sue Cox of 905 Robinhood re. And mrs. George Jeanette i Una of route 5 two Sisters mrs. Matt Adams of Johnson town Road and mrs. Marie lord of Winder. A. One brother Sam Wilson of Lexington and three grandchildren funeral will be held at la wednesday at j c. Green amp sons Chapel by the Rev. Inman l. Stewart. Burial will be in filly Hills cemetery. The if mily will be at the Home and at the funeral Home tuesday from 7 until 9 p in. J. T. Boulding Richfield John Thomas Tom Boulding 66, of route i was dead on arrival at Rowan memorial Hospital sunday at 2 30 a. In. After suffering an apparent heart attack. He was born May 5, 1904. In Stokes county a son of the late James and Etta Lawson Boulding. He was a former High Point resident and was a wholesale furniture Salesman until retiring last year. He was a member of Wyatt s Grove Baptist Church and served on the finance committee and As a trustee. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Freida beam Boulding of the Home one son de Boulding of Charlotte one daughter mrs. Louetta Morgan of route i two Brothers Otis and tem Boulding both of High Point two Sisters. Mrs. Nan Lawson of King and mrs. Gladys Meadows of Eden and two granddaughters. Funeral will be held tuesday at 4 p. In. At Wyatts Grove Baptist Church by the Rev. B. J. Bradshaw the Rev. Eugene Goodman and the Rev Charles Cook. Burial will be in the Church cemetery. The body was to be taken to the Home today and will remain there until placed in the Church 30 minutes before the service. Death claims Neal a. Brown Neal a. Brown 81, of 803 Carr St. Died at 8 a. In. Sunday in High Point memorial Hospital he had been a patient for two weeks. He was born july 4, 1890. In Moore county a son of James Terrell and Mary Hunsucker Brown. A resident of High Point for 20 years he came Here from Concord and was a Salesman for Brinkley machine co. Before his retirement several years ago. He was of the Baptist Faith. Surviving Are his wife. Mrs. Fannie Earnhardt Brown of the Home and two broths Hugh t. Brown of 915 Jefferson St. And j. Arthur Brown of 2724 Joiner St., Archdale. Funeral will be held at 2 p. In. Tuesday in secures Chapel by or. Al w. Price or. Burial will in in Oakwood cemetery. The body will remain at the Sechrest funeral Home. The family will be at the Home of h. T Brown at 915 Jefferson St. Abd at the funeral Home tonight from 7 until 9 mrs. Fred Grahamsr. Asheboro a mrs. Jessie Hartman Graham. 77, wife of Fred w. Graham sr., of Lindsey Street died sunday at her Home following several months illness. She lived in Charleston w. Va., taught first Grade in Public school for 35 years and had lived in Asheboro since october. She was a member of the Baptist Temple of Charleston we va., and had a masters degree from Morris Harvey College in Charleston. She was a member of the association of u n i v e r s i t y women and the Alpha Delta Kappa professional teachers sorority. Survivors Are her husband a daughter mrs. Thomas Betty Owen of Raleigh a son. Or. Fred w. Grahamjr. Of Asheboro and two Sisters mrs. Margaret Coffman of Clearwater fla., and mrs. Oliver Kissell of Ripley w. A. The family will be at Ridge Mcdowell funeral Home tonight from 7 to 9. Funeral will be held at 2 30 . Tuesday in first Baptist Church. A. H. Marion or. Kernersville a Albert h. Marion jr., 52, of route 2, died sunday at veterans Hospital Durham. A native of Forsyth county he was a retired truck Driver and a Veteran of world mar in surviving Are his wife mrs. Dorothy Hendrix Marion three daughters mrs. Robert l. Jordan and mrs. Rufus Pritchard both of Kernersville and mrs. Douglas Little of Fayetteville a son Roger Marion of the Home and father and step Mother or. And mrs. A. H. Marion or. Of Winston Salem. Funeral will be held at 2 . Tuesday at Tene funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Sandy Ridge methodist Church cemetery. Robert m. Hines Robert m. Hines 65, of Selma died sunday in Johnson county Hospital. Survivors include a brother j. A. Hines of 3505 Glendale dr., High Point. Funeral will be held at 2 30 pm. Tuesday at Parrish funeral Home in Selma. More obituaries on 5-6b Bush Hiu Lodge no. 732 a f. Amp . Stated communication tims., Tab. 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