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Cherry of Washington; eight grandchildren, Jesse R. Every event at Junes started with a big hug and invitation to sit and stay. The family will receive friends from pm to pm Monday, June 9, 2008 at Paul Funeral Home, Washington. Darden married the former Linda Brinn Tingle on May 20, 1980 who preceded him in death on November 4, 2007. He also owned and operated several businesses in the Washington area. Darrow was an active member of the Pirate Club, a former president of the Washington Jaycees, State Director of the NC Jaycees, served on the Washington City Council, and was an active member of the Church of the Good Shepherd in Washington, NC.
She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Milton Ray and Betty Faye Dail of Washington; a daughter and son-in-law, Connie Dail and William B. She married William Bud Daniels of North Carolina in 1960 and embraced this welcoming attitude. Survivors include his wife, June; his son, James and his wife, Rebecca; four wonderful grandchildren he both loved and adored (they were the light of his life) Shelby, Emma, Liberty and Ronin; his sister, Christine Hardison and her husband, John of Sidney Crossroads, his aunts, Bonnie Boyd, Margie Keel and her husband, Clayton all of Washington; many cousins; his mother-in-law, Samantha West of Phoenix; and brother-in-law, Ray West and his wife, Kathy of Phoebe, MS. Timothy Smith, a niece, Margot Smith Pilara, and her two sons, Scott and Stephen, all of Walnut Creek, Calif.; a nephew, Rosser Edward Bryant of Franklin; and a grand-niece, Susan Elaine Bryant of Boca Raton, Fla. Hillside Funeral Service of Washington is serving the Darracott family. Billy Russ Darrow, age 64, a resident of 301 Christian Service Camp Road, Washington, NC, died Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at Vidant Medical Center in Greenville, NC. Saturday, March 16, 2013 at the Church of the Good Shepherd in Washington, NC officiated by Rev. He was a 1966 graduate of Washington High School and a 1970 graduate of East Carolina University. Darrow served as Broker in Charge at Century 21 Real Estate of Washington for twenty years.
Others in the household were Lucy A., 17; Florida, 15; John, 13; William, 9; Charles, 7; Walter, 3; illegible, 1. He lived three years but the wound never healed - so I always say he may have been the last Cold Harbor casualty. His obituary reported that he was 72 years old, a native of South Carolina, and one of the oldest and most respected citizens of Brooksville. CRUM settled at Chuccochattie under the Armed Occupation Act of 1842. He received AOA Permit #445 to settle what was described as near Henry Harn’s plantation and the Harn’s Prairie in what is now Hernando County.
Early Allen died on July 14, 1872, at his home in Hernando County. I think there were several of those Allen boys in Capt. In 1861, many young men of the border state chose to serve the South in the Civil War. This was near Spring Lake, about 5 to 7 miles southeast of Brooksville, inside R 20 E extending to just inside what is now the Pasco County line and R 21 E.
He "read law" with a local attorney and was admitted to the bar in late 1869. He was an AOA settler in Hernando County, and served as a state senator for the Eighteenth District in 1846 and as a Benton County state representative in 1850. JOHN PROBERT COBB (1834-1923) was born in Wayne County, N. He fought in the Civil War, enlisting as a lieutenant. He lost his left knee in battle at Winchester, Va., on Sept. In December 1865 he married Sarah [Sallie] Elizabeth Whitfield. His land was sold and conveyed to his son-in-law Henry Hope and his heirs in 1854. He is buried in Brooksville City Cemetery near Henry Hope. After her mother’s death, Emily Indiana was raised in Tampa by her mother’s sister, Virginia Hope Barnett. [Source: The Story of Southwestern Florida: Family and Personal History by James Covington.] See also The Robles Family. 1818-1865), a son of Isaac Garrison and one of the men in John Curry’s party that traveled to Chocochattee in 1842, is considered the first settler in what would become Dunedin. He received the first land grant in Dunedin in 1852, provided under the Bounty Lands Act of 1850 for service in the Florida Indian Wars. She was living near what became Hague, Fla., in 1846 before selling her land and moving to Spring Lake. In the "Settlement and Latter History of Hernando County," he chronicled what little is known of our earliest history.
On April 14, 1967, she married Jesse Woolard Dail, who preceded her in death on November 13, 1997. A Phoenix native, June will be missed for many reasons, but one quality that comes first to mind was her abundant Southern hospitality. Throughout his 54 years in Phoenix, Bud maintained strong ties to the Washington area. He was preceded in death by a sister, Mary Frances Darracott. The family invites all to join them following the service for a cookout celebrating Billys life at the Riverside Community Lot on Riverside Road in Washington, NC. The Darrow family moved to Washington when Billy was six months old.
She managed several rental properties in the Washington area for 30 years as well as being a homemaker. Dail enjoyed yardwork, cooking for her family and at one time maintained a acre garden. Paul Funeral Home of Washington is honored to serve the Daniels family. June Dele West Daniels, age 69, of Phoenix died on May 3, 2009 at her home. Monday May 11, 2009 at Oakdale Cemetery officiated by Roy Lester. Bud taught elementary school in Phoenix for 13 years and was a small business owner. He was organist for the Christian Science Church in Charleston, SC for a period of time. Stewart Rumley of Washington; Julie Rumley Hill of Greensboro, NC; Paul, Charles and Lawrence Davenport of Pactolus. Darrow was born on July 9, 1948 in Houma, Louisiana to the late Charles Walker Darrow and Allene Woolard Darrow.
Making his way to Florida and volunteering in the Florida "Cow Cavalry," he served in the Hernando region. Michael voted in the 1845 statehood election at the Bates precinct.
After the close of the war on July 4, 1865, he married his longtime sweetheart, Virginia Hope, the daughter of William Hope, a prominent planter. [Some information was provided by Jim Lang.] ROBERT DUKE BRADLEY (abt. On June 2, 1845, he was elected as a representative to the first General Assembly of the State of Florida.