Person:Effie Powell (1)

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Effie Verona Powell
b.MAY 1872 Elbert Co., GA
d.24 FEB 1951 Birmingham, AL
m. 21 NOV 1867
  1. Maude Powell
  2. Naomi PowellAbt 1869 -
  3. Effie Verona Powell1872 - 1951
  4. C. Albert PowellAbt 1873 -
  5. Martha Alice PowellAbt 1875 -
  6. Benjamin Franklin Powell1879 - 1926
  7. William Robert Powell, Sr.Abt 1882 -
  8. Annie PowellAbt 1888 -
  9. George Marvin Powell1892 -
  10. Sanford Orrin PowellAbt 1897 -
m. 22 JUN 1890
  1. Lillie Mae Craft1891 - 1987
  2. Maurice Lamar Craft1893 - 1969
  3. Bennie England Craft1896 - 1977
  4. Claude F. Craft1898 - 1988
  5. Denver A. Craft1902 - 1978
  6. Paul Taylor Craft1907 - 1954
Facts and Events
Name Effie Verona Powell
Gender Female
Birth? MAY 1872 Elbert Co., GA
Census[3] 1880 District 22, Dark Corner, Anderson, SC
Marriage 22 JUN 1890 Elbert Co., GAto George “Bob” Robert Craft
Census? 1910 District 31, Gaines, Elbert, Georgia
Census? 1920 ED# 71, Smith, Hart, Georgia
Census? 1930 District 56, Birmingham, Jefferson, Alabama
Death[1] 24 FEB 1951 Birmingham, AL
Burial[1] 27 FEB 1951 Cokesbury Methodist church, Hart Co., GA


The obituary for Effie Verona Powell Craft was found in the Friday, March 9, 1951 edition of The Hartwell Sun newspaper, Hartwell, Georgia. Mrs. Effie V. Craft, 80, Dies in Alabama; Burial in Hart (Elberton Star) Mrs. Effie V. Craft, 80 years old, died Saturday night February 24th at 10 o'clock at the hom e of her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Mullenix, in Birmingham, Ala. Following a long illness. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning, February 27th at 11 o'clock a t Cokesbury Methodist Church in Hart County by the Rev. Henry Smith and the Rev. R. H. Peterson, and burial was in the church cemetery. The Elberton Department Store, funeral directors, had charge of the arrangements. Mrs. Craft lived in Elbert County many years and reared here family here. She is survived by the following children: Mrs. J. W. Tucker of Atlanta; M. L. Craft, Anderson, South Carolina; B. E. and Paul Craft of Elberton; C. F. Craft of Hartwell; Denver Craft, Mrs. Ruth Mullinix and G. R. Craft of Birmingham, Ala. Also surviving are 26 grandchildren, and 23 great-grandchildren, four sisters, Mrs. O. M. A. Skelton, Mrs. Maude Goss, Mrs. Ollie Craft all of Elberton; Mrs. Onnie Craft of Cedartown, and two brothers, Albert and Oren Powell of Jacksonville, Fla.

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