Moultrie Observer


December 6, 2005


For Jan. 21

Kathryn Wilson Hargraves

MOULTRIE -- Graveside services for Kathryn Wilson Hargraves, 85, of 20 Lower Meigs Road, were held at 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 19, 2004, at Westview Cemetery and were conducted by Richard Sims of Conyers, who was a lifetime friend.

Mrs. Hargraves was owner and operator of Hargraves Bookkeeping Service for over 40 years.

Survivors include a son, William Mack Lockwood of Augusta; a sister, Mary Helen Sims of Moultrie; and two stepsons, Brian Hargraves and wife Trudy of Easton, Pa., and Anson Hargraves and wife Rita of Columbus.

Harrell-Faircloth Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Betty Jane Duncan Murphy

MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. -- Betty Jane Duncan Murphy, 64, of Morehead City, N.C., died Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2004, at her residence.

Graveside services were held at 11 a.m. Monday, Jan. 19, at Cobb Suncrest Memorial Gardens with Dr. Collins Glenn and the Rev. Randall Glenn, both of Indiana, officiating. Pallbearers will be the Rev. Randall Glenn, Randy Murphy, Arnold Graham, Ron Rickett, Lance Rickett and the Rev. Lamar Smith. Honorary pallbearers will be Jimmy Galloway, Hollis Small and Cary Bishop.

Born March 4, 1939, in Colquitt County, Mrs. Murphy was the daughter of the late Tessie Betty Murphy and Everett Duncan. She was an office manager with Atlantic Baptist Association and was a member of the Church of the Nazarene.

She was preceded in death by two brothers, Odell Duncan of Moultrie and Linward Duncan of Thomasville.

Survivors include her husband, the Rev. Max Stanley Murphy of Morehead City, N.C.; a son, Joey Max Murphy and wife LaTan of North Carolina; a daughter, Donna Betty Murphy Gunter and husband Kevin of North Carolina; a brother, Herman Willard Duncan and wife Jeanine of Atlanta; sisters, Duriene Duncan Glenn and husband Collins of Indiana, Cathirene Duncan Galloway and husband Jimmy of Moultrie; sisters-in-law, Fay Duncan of Moultrie, Catherine Duncan of Thomasville, Maureen Small and husband Hollis of Thomasville, and Linda Allen of Albany; a brother-in-law, Randy Murphy and wife Joy of Atlanta; grandchildren, Kyle, DaNae and Bryce Murphy, Ethan and Abigail Gunter, all of North Carolina; and several nieces and nephews.

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