Person:Leverett Waters (1)

Watchers
Leverett Edley Waters
b.1 MAY 1881 Marietta, Cobb, GA
  1. Leverett Edley Waters1881 - 1953
  2. Millard Waters1891 - Bef 1930
  • HLeverett Edley Waters1881 - 1953
  • WLouise Smith1881 - 1949
m. est 1900
  1. Ethel Mae Waters1903 - 1980
  2. Alma Waters1906 - 1975
  3. Ruth Waters1909 - 1910
  4. Ruby Lee Waters1911 - 1953
  5. Milton Waters1916 - 1966
  6. Rev. Lewis Cranford Waters1920 - 1978
  7. Jack Franklin Waters1924 - 1961
Facts and Events
Name[1][2] Leverett Edley Waters
Gender Male
Birth[2][3][4] 1 MAY 1881 Marietta, Cobb, GA
Marriage est 1900 to Louise Smith
Residence[4] 1918 , Rockdale, GA
Census? 1920 Sheet No. 7A, Milstead District, Rockdale, Georgia
Residence[11][20] 1928 148 Baker NE, Atlanta, Fulton, GA
Residence[12][21] 1929 264 1/2 Decatur SE, Atlanta, Fulton, GA
Residence[13] 1930 (household) Savannah St SE, Atlanta, Fulton, GA
Census[22] 1930 Sheet No. 15A, Atlanta, Fulton, Georgia
Residence[14] 1931 (household) 507 Fair SE, Atlanta, Fulton, GA
Residence[7] 1932 (household) 196 Savannah SE, Atlanta, Fulton, GA
Residence[8] 1936 (household) 376 1/2 Decatur SE, Atlanta, Fulton, GA
Residence[9] 1937 (household) 366a Fair SE, Atlanta, Fulton, GA
Residence[15] 1938 (household) 403 Central av SW, Atlanta, Fulton, GA
Residence[16][23] 1939 372 Fair SE, Atlanta, Fulton, GA
Residence[17] 1942 (roomer) 242 Memorial Dr SE
Residence[18][24] 1943 182 1/2 Rawson SW
Death[3][19] 23 AUG 1953 Greenville, Greenville Co., South Carolina
Burial[3] 26 AUG 1953 Bethel Baptist Church Cemetery, Smyrna, GA
Occupation[5][6][7][8][9] Barber at T Pearl White (1931), Mark L Wages (’32)
Occupation[10] Piedmont Cotton Mill


Note: Name may be seen spelled “Watters”

Obituary, Found in The Atlanta Constitution Tuesday August 25, 1953

“Leverett E. Waters Funeral services for Leverett Edley Waters, 73, former Atlan- tan, who died Sunday in Green- ville, S. C., after a frief ill- ness, will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the chapel of J. Austin Dillon Co. burial will be n the Bethel Baptist Chruchyard near Smyrna. A native of Cobb County, Mr. Waters lived here 18 years before moving to Greenville, S. C. in 1943. He was a barber. Surviving are three sons, Mil- ton, L. C. and Jack F. Waters, Atlanta; three daughters, Mrs. Chris Bouchillon, Greenville, S. C.; Mrs. E. F. Underwood, Grif- fin, and Mrs. Mack Huyler, At- lanta; two brothers, Millard Wat- ers and John M. Whitlock, At- lanta; a sister, Mrs. Lawrence D. Camp, Houston, Texas; four grandchildren and three great- grandchildren.”

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  19. “Leveret Watters”
  20. barber, Leverett & Louise
  21. barber, Leverette E & Louise
  22. 205 Savannah St.
  23. barber @ 286 Grant SE, Levrett E & Louise
  24. barber