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Auburn Cemetery District
1040 Collins Drive
Auburn , CA 95603
(530) 885-5922
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Auburn Vault and Monument Works
551 Grass Valley Highway
Auburn , CA 95603
(530) 885-6271
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1331 Lincoln Way
Auburn , CA 95603
(530) 885-3773
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551 Grass Valley Highway
Auburn , CA 95603
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Obituary for James Stephenson

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Jr., 75, died Tuesday, March 20, 2012, in a local health care facility.He was a graduate of Summerville High School, Chattooga County, Georgia, and attended Alabama Polytechnic Institute (API) in Auburn, Alabama. He began land surveying in his youth with his father, a civil engineer. From 1956 to 1967, he worked as a maintenance engineer with Battey State Hospital in Rome, Ga. Mr. Stephenson volunteered with the Floyd Count... (Chattanooga Press)

From slave to business owner: William Quincy Atwood - Ledger Independent

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Auburn University Archives and Manuscripts department. Northrup also claimed "They had ties of kinship with the deceased which made them better qualified to implement his intentions. Interestingly enough, Atwood's will only left $5,000 to Sally Northrup and stipulated that the money be outside her husband's control ... and the residue of his estate, if any remained left to her," according to Auburn University Archives. The executors Henry Atwood named to handle his will, and he named four, two as backups for the first two, "failed to qualify," according to Alabama court reports. The courts appointed two attorneys, but Calvin C. Sellers died soon after, then leaving Franklin R. Beck, an attorney, as sole administrator. It was Beck who stayed with the case throughout the court battle, until the Civil War began, according to several reports. The case began with the Chancery Court of Wilcox County, Ala., that voided the trusts saying masters could not create trusts for slaves who were still in Alabama and declared they could not be emancipated according to state law. But that court gave the money to two children already living in Ohio. (Henry Atwood took two of his older children to Aberdeen, Ohio, so they would be free sometime before 1851.) Since they were free they could inherit money, according to what was then called the 'Common Law' of Alabama, which was taken from Roman law, according to manuscripts. Also according to Alabama laws at that time, masters had no common law right to emancipate slaves because the common law had not recognized slavery. If slaves could not be freed directly by the owner, why should the law allow them to be freed by a trust,  according to information from Auburn University Archives. But Beck argued, that owners had absolute control over their property, because slave owners could take slaves to free states to free them. Furthermore, this power could be transmitted to an executor of a will, according to Auburn University Archives. Both parties appealed the decision until the case was reviewed by the Alabama Supreme Court. Finally, the state supreme court justices left the decision to Beck. The justices wrote there is no valid objection to the va...

Funeral directory for Wednesday, Jan. 11, 2012 - The Daily News Online

Sun, Jan 15, 2012
Online condolences may be offered at www.LeRoyFuneralHome.com Sackel, Loretta M. -- Friends are invited to call from 1 to 2 p.m. Friday at the Brew Funeral Home, 48 South St., Auburn, with a service immediately following at 2 at the funeral home. Interment will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Stafford Rural Cemetery, Stafford. Vallese, Mary Delia Torcello -- Friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Bohm-Calarco-Smith Funeral Home, 308 East Main St., Batavia. Prayers at 9 a.m. Friday at the funeral home will be followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at 9:30 a.m. at St. Anthony's Church, 122 Liberty St. Burial will be in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the family to distribute to their favorite charities. Condolences may be made at www.bataviafuneralhomes.com. Wagner, Josephine Lucille Welton -- Friends and family are invited to the memorial service at 3 p.m. Jan. 22 in Dexter Baptist Church with the Rev. James Truax, Pastor Paul Phillips, and Pastor Roger Wagner officiating. Private burial will be in Fairview Cemetery in Middlebury Center, Pa., at convenience of the family. If desired, memorials may be made to Dexter Baptist Church at 2332 Stony Fork Road, Wellsboro, PA 16901. Arrangements are being handled by Tussey-Mosher Funeral Home, a "Life Celebration Home," 139 Main St., Wellsboro, PA 16901. To share your fondest memory of Josephine, visit www.lifecelebration.com. Wetmore, Eugene Orlie Grant -- Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday and 10 to 11 a.m. Friday at Robinson & Hackemer Funeral Home, 246 North Main St., Warsaw where a service will be held immediately following calling hours at 11 a.m. Friday. Burial will be in East Koy Cemetery, Pike. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Pike Community Church, 52 East Main St., Pike, NY 14130. Online condolences at www.robinsonandhackemer.com. White, James Neel (J.N.) -- There were no calling hours. Private burial will be held at the convenience of the family. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. Memorials in J.N.'s name may be made to Hospice of Palm Beach County, 5300 East Ave., West Palm Beach, FL 33407; or online at hpbcf.org. Arrangements were made by Eaton-Watson Funeral Home, Perry. Winiarz, Jeanette B. -- There are no prior calling hours. Friends are invited to her memorial service at 11 a.m. Jan. 21 at Carleton United Methodist Church, 196 Archbald Rd., Waterport. Those wishing may contribute to St. Joseph's Villa, 3300 Dewey Ave., Rochester, NY 14616 in her memory. Arrangements are by Jennings, Nulton & Mattle Funeral Home, Inc., Penfield. Visit www.jenningsnultonmattlefh.com ...

Services set for Carroll grad killed in crash - Fort Wayne Journal Gazette

Sat, Jan 7, 2012
Friday at the church. Memorials may be directed to LOMIK (Lutheran Outdoor Ministries Indiana-Kentucky). Arrangements by Feller & Clark Funeral Home in Auburn. Mundroff was driving north in a 1999 Ford Taurus on Indiana 3 about 4 p.m. Monday. With the road covered by snow and ice, she tried to pass a vehicle just south of County Road 300 North, the Blackford sheriff’s department said. The car went into the southbound lane, lost control and was hit by a southbound Chevrolet pickup driven by Thomas Throw, 42, of Hartford City. Mundroff was flown to a hospital in Indianapolis and died shortly after arriving. Throw was treated and released from Blackford Hospital in Hartford City. Both drivers were wearing seat belts, and airbags deployed in both vehicles, the sheriff’s department said...

Robert N. “Beaver” Lawry

Wed, Jan 4, 2012
Julie of Black River Falls; three children, Dennis Lawry of Alabama, Christine (John) Vroman of Cottage Grove  and Scott Lawry of Evansville; Julie’s son, Dave (Theresa) Hughes of New Auburn; seven grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; sisters, Eleanor (Donald) Schultz and Carol Mahnke; brother Raymond (Donna) Lawry; sisters-in-law, Emma Lawry, Roxanne Gravunder and Patricia Gravunder; numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by: his parents; brother William “Bud” Lawry; sister Deloris Gross; brothers-in-law Francis “Hank” Gross, Parker Mahnke, Dale Gravunder and Wade Gravunder; and mother and father-in-law Herbert and Orpha Gravunder. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 4 at the Olson Funeral Home in Bloomer with Rev. Wayne North officiating. Interment will be in the Pleasant Valley Cemetery in the Town of Bloomer, Chippewa County. Friends may call from 4-8 p.m. on Tuesday and up to the time of service on Wednesday at the funeral home. A time of celebration will be held at the Airport Lounge in Black River Falls at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 14. Online condolences may be expressed at olsonfuneralhomebloomer.com. (The Chippewa Herald)

Top 10 moments helped shape USC's 2011 season - Greenville News

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Garcia wasn’t putting up numbers like he had in previous seasons, but the Gamecocks were winning and Spurrier wasn’t ready to tinker with a winning combination. Then, USC sputtered again, fell behind Auburn and mishandled the clock late in a 16-13 loss Oct. 1. Two days later Spurrier announced Shaw would start against Kentucky. The sophomore passed for 311 yard and four touchdowns in a 54-3 rout of the Wildcats Oct. 8. Three days later, Garcia was dismissed from the team for an undisclosed violation of an “agreement” he had with the school. The quarterback job was Shaw’s again. Lattimore’s injury South Carolina was trailing Mississippi State, 10-7, in the fourth quarter of the Oct. 15 game at Starkville. Shaw had completed 17 of 25 passes for 135 yards, but had thrown two interceptions. Spurrier brought wide receiver Bruce Ellington in to run out of the wildcat formation. Ellington took off on a 13-yard run for a first-down. A Mississippi State defender lunged for Ellington and instead hit Lattimore in his left knee, which was planted as he was blocking. Lattimore had to be helped off the field. Lattimore’s mother noticed the gravity of the situation and got past stadium security to comfort her son on the bench. A day later, it was confirmed Lattimore would miss the remainder of the season with the injury. “Our worst fears were realized,” Spurrier said. (Page 3 of 4) After a few weeks to allow the swelling to subside, Lattimore had surgery to repair the damage. Jeffery’s catch Later in the drive on which Lattimore was injured, the Gamecocks were facing third-and-goal from the Mississippi State 4-yard line. Shaw lofted a pass in the left corner of the end zone toward Jeffery, who caught the ball for a touchdown despite double coverage. That gave the Gamecocks a 14-10 lead with 3:50. USC escaped with a victory when D.J. Swearinger intercepted a pass at the USC 12 with 1:45 left in the game and Shaw ran out of the end zone for safety as the game clock ran out on fourth down. Gibson’s tackle Nursing a 7-3 lead early in the third quarter at Tennessee Oct. 29, a Shaw pass was intercepted by the Volunteers’ Prentiss Waggner at the Tennessee 44. He appeared destined for a pick-6 until USC freshman tackle Cody Gibson somehow chased Waggner down at the Gamecocks’ 2. Two plays later, Swearinger intercepted Justin Worley and the Vols came away with nothing. “I was just chasing him down in the hopes that maybe I could prevent a touchdown,” Gibson said. “I didn’t think that two plays later we’d get an interception and have a 98-yard drive.” The Drive After Swearinger’s interception at Tennessee, USC went on a 20-play, 98-yard drive that consumed 11:42 of clock time. The Gamecocks converted five third-down situations during the drive. Shaw capped the march with a five-yard run to give USC a 14-3 lead with 47 seconds left in the third quarter. Tennessee never answered. Three-peat This moment actually lasted 3:12, the elapsed time of the Gamecocks’ 34-13 victory over Clemson to extend its series winning streak to three games for the first time since 1968-70. The Gamecocks showed remarkable balance, passing for 210 yard and running for 210. Shaw passed for three scores and rushed for 107 yards an...

Top 10 moments helped shape USC's 2011 season - Greenville News

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Garcia wasn’t putting up numbers like he had in previous seasons, but the Gamecocks were winning and Spurrier wasn’t ready to tinker with a winning combination. Then, USC sputtered again, fell behind Auburn and mishandled the clock late in a 16-13 loss Oct. 1. Two days later Spurrier announced Shaw would start against Kentucky. The sophomore passed for 311 yard and four touchdowns in a 54-3 rout of the Wildcats Oct. 8. Three days later, Garcia was dismissed from the team for an undisclosed violation of an “agreement” he had with the school. The quarterback job was Shaw’s again. Lattimore’s injury South Carolina was trailing Mississippi State, 10-7, in the fourth quarter of the Oct. 15 game at Starkville. Shaw had completed 17 of 25 passes for 135 yards, but had thrown two interceptions. Spurrier brought wide receiver Bruce Ellington in to run out of the wildcat formation. Ellington took off on a 13-yard run for a first-down. A Mississippi State defender lunged for Ellington and instead hit Lattimore in his left knee, which was planted as he was blocking. Lattimore had to be helped off the field. Lattimore’s mother noticed the gravity of the situation and got past stadium security to comfort her son on the bench. A day later, it was confirmed Lattimore would miss the remainder of the season with the injury. “Our worst fears were realized,” Spurrier said. (Page 3 of 4) After a few weeks to allow the swelling to subside, Lattimore had surgery to repair the damage. Jeffery’s catch Later in the drive on which Lattimore was injured, the Gamecocks were facing third-and-goal from the Mississippi State 4-yard line. Shaw lofted a pass in the left corner of the end zone toward Jeffery, who caught the ball for a touchdown despite double coverage. That gave the Gamecocks a 14-10 lead with 3:50. USC escaped with a victory when D.J. Swearinger intercepted a pass at the USC 12 with 1:45 left in the game and Shaw ran out of the end zone for safety as the game clock ran out on fourth down. Gibson’s tackle Nursing a 7-3 lead early in the third quarter at Tennessee Oct. 29, a Shaw pass was intercepted by the Volunteers’ Prentiss Waggner at the Tennessee 44. He appeared destined for a pick-6 until USC freshman tackle Cody Gibson somehow chased Waggner down at the Gamecocks’ 2. Two plays later, Swearinger intercepted Justin Worley and the Vols came away with nothing. “I was just chasing him down in the hopes that maybe I could prevent a touchdown,” Gibson said. “I didn’t think that two plays later we’d get an interception and have a 98-yard drive.” The Drive After Swearinger’s interception at Tennessee, USC went on a 20-play, 98-yard drive that consumed 11:42 of clock time. The Gamecocks converted five third-down situations during the drive. Shaw capped the march with a five-yard run to give USC a 14-3 lead with 47 seconds left in the third quarter. Tennessee never answered. Three-peat This moment actually lasted 3:12, the elapsed time of the Gamecocks’ 34-13 victory over Clemson to extend its series winning streak to three games for the first time since 1968-70. The Gamecocks showed remarkable balance, passing for 210 yard and running for 210. Shaw passed for three scores and rushed for 107 yards an...

SEC expansion shakes up Gamecocks' schedule - Greenville News

Thu, Dec 29, 2011
Eastern Division race, has been moved earlier in the year. The Gamecocks also pick up LSU, the favorite to win the 2011 national championship. Mississippi State and Auburn leave USC’s schedule and are replaced by LSU and Missouri. USC opens its scheduled on a Thursday, Aug. 30, at Vanderbilt. The game will be televised on one of the ESPN channels. Nonconference home games against East Carolina and Alabama-Birmingham follow. The remaining seven conference games follow during the next eight weeks. Missouri is USC’s first conference home game Sept. 22. After a game at Kentucky on Sept. 29, the Gamecocks host Georgia on Oct. 6, visit LSU on Oct. 13, play at Florida on Oct. 20 and entertain Tennessee Oct. 27. The Gamecocks’ open date comes Nov. 3. Home games against Arkansas an...

Thelma M. Curavo

Sat, Dec 17, 2011
NEW AUBURN –  Thelma M. Curavo, age 89, passed away at Wissota Heath and Regional Vent Center in Chippewa Falls  on Friday, Dec. 16, 2011. She was born Dec. 7, 1922 in Murdo, South Dakota, to Raymond and Florence (Daugherty) Kinsley. Thelma married Charles Curavo on March 25, 1950. She was a factory worker for most of her life and raised four children. In her free time she loved to sew, cook, garden, ... (The Chippewa Herald)

USC places one on coaches' All-SEC team - Greenville News

Wed, Dec 7, 2011
LSU; Cordy Glenn, Georgia; Alex Hurst, LSU; C - William Vlachos, Alabama; WR - Jarius Wright, Arkansas; Rueben Randle, LSU; QB - Tyler Wilson, Arkansas; RB - Trent Richardson, Alabama; Michael Dyer, Auburn; all-purpose (tie) - Joe Adams, Arkansas; Chris Rainey, Florida DEFENSE: DL - Melvin Ingram, South Carolina; Sam Montgomery, LSU; Corey Lemonier, Auburn; Jake Bequette, Arkansas; LB - Dont'a Hightower, Alabama; Courtney Upshaw, Alabama; Jarvis Jones, Georgia; DB - Mark Barron, Alabama; Tyrann Mathieu, LSU; Morris Claiborne, LSU; Bacarri Rambo, Georgia (Page 2 of 2) SPECIAL TEAMS: PK - Caleb Sturgis, Florida; P - Steven Clark, Auburn; return specialist - Joe Adams, Arkansas SECOND TEAM OFFENSE: TE - Philip Lutzenkirchen, Auburn; OL - Chance Warmack, Alabama; Rokevious Watkins, South Carolina; Brandon Mosley, Auburn; (tie) Alvin Bailey, Arkansas and Larry Warford, Kentucky; C - Ben Jones, Georgia; R - Da'Rick Rogers, Tennessee; Marquis Maze, Alabama; QB - Aaron Murray, Georgia; RB - Zac Stacy, Vanderbilt; (tie) Spencer Ware, LSU and Marcus Lattimore, South Carolina; all-purpose: Onterio McCalebb, Auburn DEFENSE: DL - Tim Fugger, Vanderbilt; Josh Chapman, Alabama; Fletcher Cox, Mississippi State; (tie) Jadeveon Clowney, South Carolina and Malik Jackson, Tennessee; LB - Danny Trevathan, Kentucky; Chris Marve, Vanderbilt; (tie) Ryan Baker, LSU and Jerry Franklin, Arkansas; DB - Winston Guy, Kentucky; Casey Hayward, Vanderbilt; Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama; Brandon Boykin, Georgia SPECIAL TEAMS: PK - Drew Alleman, LSU; P - (tie) Dylan Breeding, Arkansas and Brad Wing, LSU; return specialist – Marquis Maze, Alabama ...




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