E.M. “Jack” Jackson
E.M. “Jack” Jackson, 81, of Lancaster died Thursday, April 8, 2010. He was preceded in death by his wife of 59 years, Elizabeth Linthicum Jackson; parents, Tollie and Mildred Jackson; and a sister, Hope J. Kellum.
posted 04.10.2010Petronelle Ogden
Petronelle Mary Stewart “Pat” Ogden was born in Essex County, England, on Aug. 24, 1924; served in the Wrens, the women’s arm of the Royal Navy, during World War II; and worked in New York at Town Hall as a production assistant for the Town Meeting of the Air, a leading national and international public affairs radio show.
posted 04.06.2010David P. Armstrong
David Paige Armstrong, 74, of Urbanna passed away on Wednesday, March 31, 2010 at Southcrest Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma, after a long battle with cancer.
posted 04.06.2010Virginia E.D. Goss
Mrs. Goss was born November 25, 1916, in Arlington County to David Malcolm and Adelia Fought Davis and moved to White Stone in 1923. A graduate of White Stone High School, she was graduated from the University of Maryland with a bachelor’s and a master’s in horticulture. She was a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority.
posted 04.06.2010James T. Smith
James T. Smith was born in Mathews County on Nov. 7, 1925. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II and was later employed by the Newport News Shipyard and Dry Dock Company, retiring with 31 years of service.
posted 03.30.2010Col. Dean S. Hartley Jr.
Colonel Dean S. Hartley Jr. (USMC retired) passed away Friday, March 19, 2010, at St. Francis Hospital in Monroe, Louisiana. He was born in Redland, Ga., on August 3, 1920 to Bernice Blackman Hartley and Dean Stanley Hartley Sr., and raised in Darlington, S.C.