WHITFIELD COUNTY, GEORGIA OBITS



KIKER , Fannie Olar Boggs | KIKER , William Russell | KING , Edna Earlene Plott | KIRK , Addie Barnes | KIRK , Chesley Arnold | KIRK , Jack A. |


Fannie Olar Boggs KIKER, Mrs. Will Kiker, wife of Mr. W. P. Kiker died at their home in Tilton, Monday afternoon, July 27, 1908, after a short illness of Typhoid Fever. Mrs. Kiker had only been in Tilton a short time, but while here had won many friends with her genial ways and loving manner. It can be truly said that for each and everyone whom she met she had a smile of cheer. Her voice, always sweet, and always low, has soothed many an aching heart. She was a loving mother and tender wife and a sympathetic friend to all. She was a sweet, Christian woman, a noble member of the Methodist Church, and a faithful member of the Tilton Rebekah Lodge. Mrs. Kiker was the daughter of Mr. Boggs, formerly of Whitfield County. After her marriage to Mr. Kiker, they moved to Tilton where they resided until her death. She leaves a husband and five children, a father, Joseph O. Boggs, of Columbus, GA and several sisters and brothers to mourn her loss. The funeral services were conducted at Union by Rev. Bob Hill, of Resaca and by the Tilton Rebekah Lodge. The body was laid to rest at Union in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. The floral tributes were beautiful - especially ones from the Tilton Rebekah Lodge. The bereaved ones have the sympathy of the entire community and we can only bow our heads and say "Gods Will be Done".
{North Georgia Citizen, July 30, 1908}
Obituary submitted by
Donna Kiker Liddell.

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William Russell KIKER, age 73, citizen of Carbondale District, died at his home Friday, Feb 4, 1910. Confederate soldier who served in 3rd Georgia Calvary. Survivors: W. P. Kiker, Mrs. A. J. Barnett, Clyde and Elmer Kiker of Whitfield Co and C. H. Kiker of Alabama.
{The Dalton Argus, February 10, 1910}
Obituary submitted by
Donna Kiker Liddell.

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Edna Earlene Plott KING, 59, of Dalton. GA departed this life April 8, 2004. Mrs. King was born March 27, 1945, in Whitfield County, GA, daughter of the late Charlie and Irene Plott Franks. Survivors include her husband; daughter; sons and daughter-in-law; grandchildren; sisters; brothers; nieces and nephews. Services were held April 9, 2004 from the Melrose Chapel of Ponders Funeral Home.
Obituary submitted by
Gladys Diffee

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Addie Barnes KIRK, passed away July 24, 1949 at her home after an extended illiness. She was preceded in death by her husband, Chesley Arnold Kirk. She is survived by two sons, Sgt. William L. Kirk of Topeka, Kansas, and Jack Arnold Kirk of Dalton; mother, Lula Barnes of Dalton; one sister, Mrs. James P. Turner; two brothers, Arvel Barnes of Tunnel Hill and Clarence Barnes of Dalton. Several neices and nephews also survive. Funeral services were held from the South Dalton Baptist Church Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Burial was in the Cassville Cemetery, Cassville, GA. with Kenemer Brothers Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements.
Obituary submitted by
William L. Kirk.

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Chesley Arnold KIRK, 33, died at Hamilton Memorial Hospital in Dalton, GA on June 23, 1941. At time of death Mr. Kirk was an employee of the Brumbelow Constrruction. He was well known around Dalton and had many friends here. He was struck by an automobile driven by William McKintey Bramlett on the Chatsworth highway about 9:00 PM investigating officers said. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Addie Barnes Kirk and two sons: Billy and Jack Kirk; mother, Mrs. Laura Kirk; two sisters, Mrs. J.C. McAllister of Chattanooga, and Mrs. Ruby Callahan; three brothers, John and Walter of Dalton and George Penn Kirk, Camp Beauregard, La.; and one half brother, W.G. Lackey of Atlanta. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternon at 2:30 o'clock at the South Dalton Baptist Church with the Rev. W.E. Roberts, S.P. Chitwood, and Rev. W.J. Ray officiating. Burial was in Cass Station Cemetery, Cassville, GA with Kenemer Brothers Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements.
Obituary submitted by
William L. Kirk.

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Jack A. KIRK, 42, of Dalton, GA. died August 29, 1976 at Hamilton Memorial Hospital from injuries received in an automobile accident on the Beaverdale Road. He is survived by his wife, Ruth Dillard Kirk of Dalton; daughters, Mrs. Bobbiena Cronic and Miss Martha Kirk, both of Dalton; a son, Jack D. Kirk of Dalton; a brother, Mr. William Lee Kirk of Parris, CA.; a grandchild and two aunts, Mrs. Opal Turner and Mrs. Ruby Callahan, both of Dalton. Funeral services were held in the Chapel at Love Funeral Home on August 31, 1976 with the Rev. John Cummings officiating. Interment was at Spring Place Cemetery with Love Funeral Home in charge of the arrangements.
Obituary submitted by
Bobbiena Carr.

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