Chester R. Jones

Ernest Ratliff Jones

India Jones

Wills M. Jones

William Thomas Jones




Hall County Ga Jones Obituarties Gainesville News March 26,1951 date of death; March 21, 1951 JONES FUNERAL HELD THIS WEEK Funeral services for Ernest Ratliff Jones, of Gainesville Route 4 were held last Saturday at Lebanon Methodist Church with the Rev. J. H. Smith and W.H. Bowthan officiating. Burial was in the Church cemetery. Ward's Funeral Home was in charge. Mr. Jones died at Lawson Hospital following a four week illness. He was 62. A lifelong resident of Hall County he was a farmer and had been a school bus driver for Tadmore School for 20 years. Mr Jones was a veteran of World War I and had been a member of Lebanon Church for 42 years. He was Chairman of the Board of Stewards at the time of his death. He is survived by his wife, three daughters, Mrs. BN King of Buford, Mrs J. M. Morris, Gainesville Route 4, Miss Doris Jones, Gainesville Route 4, Two sons, David A. Jones, of Gainesville and Chester Jones of Gainesville.: Three sisters, Mrs C. Majors Atlanta, Mrs Bernice Palmour, Gillsville Route 15, Mrs. W.L. Haynes Gainesville. Two brothers : Dr. Wills M. Jones, Atlanta: Mr Paul Jones, Gainesville and four Grandchildren.


CHESTER R.JONES, BURIED AT LEBANON Correction Gainesville News, dated Jan 29, 1949 Death Jan. 14, 1949 Chester R.(Ches ) Jones, retired Baliff and wellknown Hall County Citizen was buried at Lebanon Cemetery Sunday, January 16,after having died the previous Friday at the Hall County Hospital following a long illness. The Rev. Paul Smith officiated assisted by the Rev. McLowery Elrod and the Rev. H C Stratton. Mr Jones was a lifelong resident of Hall County and had acted as baliff for 17 years before retiring. He had been a member of Lebanon Methodist Church for 75 years and was a member of the Odd Fellows and Red Men. His survivers include his wife,Mrs.India Jones, Gainesville: three daughters Mrs. Carrenia Major, Atlanta: Mrs. Wanna Faye Haynes, Gainesville: Mrs. Bernice Palmour, Gillsville, Rt 1: tree sons, the Rev. Dr. Wolls M. Jones, Rome: E Ratliff Jones, Gainesville Rt 1: Paul Jones, Athens: 13 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren

MRS. CR JONES DIES UNEXPECTEDLY HERE TODAY December 3, 1949 , Gainesville News Mrs. India Dail Jones, 77 widow of the late Chester R. Jones, died unexpectedly at the residence at 1015 East Spring Street shortly after Noon Thursday. She had been ill health for about three years. Funeral rites will be conducted Friday at 3 pm from Lebanon Methodist Church with the Rev. Paul Smith officiating and burial in the church cemetery. Mrs. Jones was born and lived all her life in and around Gainesville. She had been a member of Lebanon Methodist for 63 years. She is survived by three daughters , Mrs. Carrenia Majors, Atlanta: Mrs. bernice Palmour, Rte 1 Gillsville: Mrs Wanna Faye Haynes, Gainesville: three sons Dr. Wills M. Jones, Rome: Ratliff Jones, Gainesville: Paul Jones, Gainesville: three sisters, Mrs MT Jones, Alpharetta: Mrs FG Jordan , Alto: Mrs AR Jones, Gainesville. 13 grandchildren and 8 great grand children Ward's Funeral Home is in charge of final arrangements.

William Thomas Jones (Henry Thomas Jones) (Lewis Jones) Jones - W. T. Jones was born near Gainesville, Ga. in 1871 and died in Raburn County, Ga. on October 18, 1900. Professor Jones, or "Blind William," as he was called, came to Raburn in the interest of a music class which was secured and half taught when he was attacked by a malignant type of typhoid fever which resulted in his death in twenty five days. Professor Jones was educated at the Georgia Academy for the Bind in Macon, Georgia. Since he left school he has been teaching music very successfully. He made friends everywhere he went and was doubtless doing the best work of his life when the summons came. Added to all his accomplishments as a scholar and a musician, he was a genuine Christian, a member of the Methodist Church from childhood.---J. M. Hawkins Note: Obituary found among papers of Voice Allan Jones, nephew of William Thomas "Willie" Jones. Melba J. Jones, 2008

Dr. Wills M. Jones, 68, Dies; Methodist Minister 38 Years Dr. Wills M. Jones 68 of 307 W. Cleveland Ave., East Point, died Friday night in a private hospital. For 38 years a Methodist minister, Dr. Jones retired because of ill health in 1952. A native of Hall County, Ga., he attended public schools and graduated from Young Harris College in 1914. Dr. Jones later received a doctorate of philosophy and a doctorate of divinity from Wesley College. He married Miss Mary Lawton McCormick of Jonesboro in 1914. Reverend Jones joined the North Georgia Methodist Conference in the fall of 1914 and served as pastor of the Cleveland Methodist Church for two years. Following, he served two years at Monroe Circuit; three years at Hoschton; four years at Cornelia; three years at Douglasville; five years at the Stewart Avenue Methodist Church, Atlanta; four years as Marietta District Superintendent; two years at St. James Methodist Church, Augusta; five years at St. Paul Methodist Church, Atlanta; two years at Bremen; three years as Rome District Superintendent; one year at the Capitol View Methodist Church, Atlanta, and one year at Monticello, Ga., from which he retired. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, in St. Paul Methodist Church, Atlanta Ga. The Reverend Lewis Bevel Jones, Dr. Wallace Rodgers and the Reverend Henry H. Jones will officiate. Burial will be in the Lebanon Cemetery near Gainesville, Georgia. Survivors include his wife; two daughters, Mrs. W. B. Miller, Atlanta, and Mrs. Roy Oliphant, Anniston, Alabama; three sisters, Mrs. C. C. Major, Mrs. Bernice Palmer, Atlanta, and Mrs. Lee Haynes, Gainesville; a brother, Paul Jones Gainesville, and several nieces and nephews. Note: Obituary found among papers of Voice Allan Jones, second cousin to Dr. Wills M. Jones. Melba J. Jones, 2008

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