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Copeland Funeral Home

Copeland Funeral Home
6 Copeland Drive
Beaufort, SC 29902
Phone: (843) 525-1111
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Coming Soon for Feb. 26 - Gadsden Times

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
Senior Activity Center, 256-549-4740. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO Savannah, Ga. June 4-8. Cost is $415. Call Greg Dial, 256-494-4895, Senior Circle, GRMC. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP to Savannah, Jekyl Island and Beaufort, five days and four nights, June 25-29. Price is $411. Ask about trip to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. Call 256-442-5394. Sign Up For A Washington, D.C. Tour, six days, five Nights, June 7-12. Tour the Capitol, White House, Smithsonian, Arlington Cemetery, Lincoln and Washington Memorials and several war memorials. Book early with a $75 deposit. Deadline is April 1. For information, call Regina Talton, 256-492-8505. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO MACKINAC ISLAND, Aug. 19-25. Price is $610. Call Dot Godfrey, 256-494-0534. Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society members are working on several cemeteries in Etowah County: Fairview Baptist Cemetery, Mount Lookout Cemetery, Tillison Cemetery, McCauley Cemetery, Reid Cemetery, Oak Park Cemetery, Old Attalla Cemetery and Moody Cemetery in Altoona. If anyone knows of unmarked graves in these or any information on these cemeteries, contact RoseMary Hyatt, 256-538-1122 and Anne Batie, 256-492-2739, or email neagslib@comcast.net. The Pilgrim’s Rest Cemetery book is for sale. For Turkeytown Cemetery, call Shirley Keeling at 256-492-2898. Contact a member at the Nichols Genealogical Library. Another new cemetery book is “Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church Cemetery.” The cemetery is on Tabor Road. Call 256-492-1833. “Young’s Chapel Cemetery” is available. To purchase a copy, contact Julia Young, 256-547-8477, or Anne Batie, 256-492-2739. The Reid Cemetery Book is available. It includes information on obituaries, census records, military records and family relationships. To purchase, call Anne and Harold Batie, 256-492-2739.

Saturday's High School Results - Greenville News

Sun, Feb 26, 2012
Rock Hill) 152 – 1. Dequon Wilson (Fort Dorchester), 2. Zach Armstrong (Ashley Ridge), 3. Caleb Brack (Lexington), 4. Thomas Mabry (Gaffney) 160 – 1. Jamal Lackey (White Knoll), 2. Trey Arant (Beaufort), 3. Anthony Ton (Riverside), 4. Jacob Allen (Hanna) 170 – 1. Brandon Corley (Irmo), 2. Antwon Wright (Wando), 3. Ellison Sanders (Hillcrest), 4. Albert Mallard (Goose Creek) 182 – 1. Zach Connell (Lugoff-Elgin), 2. Jake Beckett (White Knoll), 3. Noah Shuler (Stratford), 4. Thyrick Legree (Beaufort) 195 – 1. Tim Dudley (Irmo), 2. Jonathan Schavey (Rock Hill), 3. Clint Wright(Beaufort), 4. Brandon Young (Stratford) 220 – 1. Nate Meagher (Lexington), 2. Maliek Maldonado (Beaufort), 3. Justin Boozer (Hillcrest), 4. Allen Jennerette (Lugoff-Elgin) 285 – 1. Myles Moultrie (Fort Dorchester), 2. John Michael Pritchett (Wren), 3. Mitchell Jeter (Rock Hill), 4. Asa Gossett (White Knoll) CLASS AAA 106 – 1. David Walker (Seneca), 2. Paul Stewart (Seneca), 3. Aero Thao (York), 4. Eddie Byrams (Fort Mill) 113 – 1. Cortez Starkes (Greenville), 2. Tyler Turner (Fort Mill), 3. Levi Joly (Bluffton) 4. Jordan Ludd (Blue Ridge) 120 – 1. Terence Gore (Chester), 2. Seth Frase (Fort Mill), 3. Kyle Lowe (Belton-Honea Path), 4. Label Lewis (Hilton Head) 126 – 1. Clay Walker (Eastside), 2. Dylan Gary (Belton-Honea Path), 3. Jalen Chapman (Greer), 4. Mike Miller (South Point) 2. Jacob Simmons (Eastside), 3. Tony Patton (Chester), 4. Austin Farmer (Bluffton) 138 – 1. Lealon Comer (York), 2. Cameron Pike (South Pointe), 3. Coleman Gary (Belton-Honea Path, 4. Forest Touchberry (Chapin) 145 – 1. John Van Slooten (St. James), 2. Nick Leitten (Fort Mill), 3. Chris Bloch (Dreher), 4. Kyle Sayre (Daniel) 152 – 1. Dominick Davis (Chester), 2. Derk Rothermel (St. James), 3. Manako Peay (Nation Ford), 4. Joseph Desjardins (Myrtle Beach) (Page 3 of 3) 160 – 1. Markevis Duncan (Nation Ford), 2. Matt Westbury (West-Oak), 3. Scott Swindell (Chapin), 4. Rainey Moore (York) 170 – 1. Devin Lawrence (Chapin), 2. Gregg Johnsen (St. James), 3. Zack Farmer (Belton-Honea Path), 4. Michael Mockridge (Fort Mill) 182 – 1. Nick Sinicrope (Fort Mill), 2. Cody Brundage (Chapin), 3. Matt Rudy (Cane Bay), 4. Chris Scott (Eastside) 195 – 1. June Downs (Travelers Rest), 2. Mike Fernandez (Eastside), 3. Nick Bautista (Hilton Head), 4. Corey Morgan (South Pointe) 220 – 1. Austin Brown (St. James), 2. Joseph Holland (Wade Hampton), 3. Brandon Owens (Chapin), 4. Kyle Burton (Socastee) 285 – 1. David Ratliff (Battery Creek), 2. Craig Burton (Socastee), 3. Tre Long (Eastside), 4. Devin White (Walhalla) CLASS AA/A 106 – 1. Anthony Zovich (Carolina), 2. Luke Curtis (Chesterfield), 3. Nathan Brazel (Gilbert), 4. Mikey Pascual (St. John’s) 113 – 1. Ethan Noble...

Coming Soon for Feb. 19 - Gadsden Times

Sun, Feb 19, 2012
Senior Activity Center, 256-549-4740. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO Savannah, Ga. June 4-8. Cost is $415. Call Greg Dial, 256-494-4895, Senior Circle, GRMC. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP to Savannah, Jekyl Island and Beaufort, five days and four nights, June 25-29. Price is $411. Ask about trip to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. Call 256-442-5394. Sign Up For A Washington, D.C. Tour, six days, five Nights, June 7-12. Tour the Capitol, White House, Smithsonian, Arlington Cemetery, Lincoln and Washington Memorials and several war memorials. Book early with a $75 deposit. Deadline is April 1. For information, call Regina Talton, 256-492-8505. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO MACKINAC ISLAND, Aug. 19-25. Price is $610. Call Dot Godfrey, 256-494-0534.

Coming Soon for Feb. 5 - Gadsden Times

Sun, Feb 5, 2012
The group meets quarterly for programs, speakers and refreshments. Friends also are able to volunteer if they choose. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP to Savannah, Jekyl Island and Beaufort, five days and four nights, June 25-29. Price is $459. Ask about trip to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. Call 256-442-5394. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, April 22-28, with a $75 deposit. Visit the River Walk District, the Missions, the Alamo, Lyndon Johnson’s ranch and more. For information, call Regina Talton, 256-492-8505. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO THE CARIBBEAN AND BERMUDA CRUISE, 10 days/nine-nights, April 27-May 16. Call Julia Scott, 256-543-2641. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO MACKINAC ISLAND, Aug. 19-25. Price is $610. Call Dot Godfrey, 256-494-0534. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, March 25-31, price $569; Mt. Rushmore and Badlands of South Dakota, May 19-27, price $759; and Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam, Sept. 24-Oct. 5. Call Doris Hann, 256-492-3465. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO LANCASTER, Pa., May 14-19. Cost is $468 per person double. Call Belinda at the Senior Activity Center, 256-549-4740. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO Savannah, Ga. March 5-8; Amelia Island, St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Fla., April 16-20; Mackinac Island, Aug. 12-18. Call Barbara Wideman, 205-594-4289. Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society members are working on several cemeteries in Etowah County: Fairview Baptist Cemetery, Mount Lookout Cemetery, Tillison Cemetery, McCauley Cemetery, Reid Cemetery, Oak Park Cemetery, Old Attalla Cemetery and Moody Cemetery in Altoona. If anyone knows of unmarked graves in these or any information on these cemeteries, contact RoseMary Hyatt, 256-538-1122 and Anne Batie, 256-492-2739, or email neagslib@comcast.net. The Pilgrim’s Rest Cemetery book is for sale. For Turkeytown Cemetery, call Shirley Keeling at 256-492-2898. Contact a member at the Nichols Genealogical Library. Another new cemetery book is “Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church Cemetery.” The cemetery is on Tabor Road. Call 256-492-1833. “Young’s Chapel Cemetery” is available. To purchase a copy, contact Julia Young, 256-547-8477, or Anne Batie, 256-492-2739. The Reid Cemetery Book is available. It includes information on obituaries, census records, military records and family relationships. To purchase, call Anne and Harold Batie, 256-492-2739. The Etowah Historical Society’s Tuesday Coffee Club meets each Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon in the Elliott Community Center, 29th Street and Meighan Boulevard. Bring something you would like to brag about or come to ask the histo...

Coming Soon for Jan. 29 - Gadsden Times

Sun, Jan 29, 2012
Library. This week’s craft is paper roses. Materials are limited and the class is first come, first serve. For more information, call 256-549-4699. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP to Savannah, Jekyl Island and Beaufort, five days and four nights, June 25-29. Price is $459. Ask about trip to Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon. Call 256-442-5394. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, April 22-28, with a $75 deposit. Visit the River Walk District, the Missions, the Alamo, Lyndon Johnson’s ranch and more. For information, call Regina Talton, 256-492-8505. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO THE CARIBBEAN AND BERMUDA CRUISE, 10 days/nine-nights, April 27-May 16. Call Julia Scott, 256-543-2641. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO MACKINAC ISLAND, Aug. 19-25. Price is $610. Call Dot Godfrey, 256-494-0534. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS, March 25-31, price $569; Mt. Rushmore and Badlands of South Dakota, May 19-27, price $759; and Grand Canyon and Hoover Dam, Sept. 24-Oct. 5. Call Doris Hann, 256-492-3465. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO LANCASTER, Pa., May 14-19. Cost is $468 per person double. Call Belinda at the Senior Activity Center, 256-549-4740. SIGN UP FOR A TRIP TO Savannah, Ga. March 5-8; Amelia Island, St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Fla., April 16-20; Mackinac Island, Aug. 12-18. Call Barbara Wideman, 205-594-4289. The Etowah Historical Society’s Tuesday Coffee Club meets each Tuesday from 10 a.m. to noon in the Elliott Community Center, 29th Street and Meighan Boulevard. Bring something you would like to brag about or come to ask the history experts for an answer on a historical question. Northeast Alabama Genealogical Society members are working on several cemeteries in Etowah County: Fairview Baptist Cemetery, Mount Lookout Cemetery, Tillison Cemetery, McCauley Cemetery, Reid Cemetery, Oak Park Cemetery, Old Attalla Cemetery and Moody Cemetery in Altoona. If anyone knows of unmarked graves in these or any information on these cemeteries, contact RoseMary Hyatt, 256-538-1122 and Anne Batie, 256-492-2739, or email neagslib@comcast.net. The Pilgrim’s Rest Cemetery book is for sale. For Turkeytown Cemetery...

Wreath-laying event at Arlington to 'remember, honor and teach' - Washington Post

Tue, Dec 13, 2011
Charles K. Springle, 52, wept and hugged at his tomb. Springle died in May 2009 when a fellow U.S. soldier opened fire at a military clinic in Baghdad. His parents, Ruth and Charles, traveled from Beaufort, N.C., for the event, and were met there by his daughter, Sarah Monday. Members of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity at Virginia Tech gathered to honor 1st Lt. Jeffrey Kaylor, killed by a grenade in Iraq. One member, Jeff Dawley, 26, of Reston, paid his respects to Kaylor and then headed to visit the grave of his father, who he said had died because of exposure to the chemical defoliant Agent Orange in Vietnam. Some mourners preferred to keep their grief private. A group of tight-lipped Special Forces officers, standing next to a friend’s tomb, politely declined to speak to a reporter. At another grave, a middle-aged man recited the obituary of a soldier decorated for valor in combat, but said he would rather not talk about him. But for many others, Wreaths Across America served as a public ritual, a way to connect veterans and their families across wars and generations, or a form of group therapy. Gray-bearded Vietnam veterans in motorcycle jackets handed out bright red Christmas caps to Boy Scout packs and shook hands with spit-and-polish Marine officers. Lynn Hill, 62, of Silver Spring wore a historic cavalry uniform and said his mission was to memorialize the 9th and 10th Horse cavalries of the Buffalo Soldiers, the Army unit founded in 1866 and composed of freed black slaves. He said he had attended every Wreath Day since 1992, “to honor all the dead soldiers” in American history. Regina Barnhurst, the mother of a slain Marine from Severna Park, turned her son’s tomb into a day-long gathering place for other grieving families. The spot was next to a holly tree, where she and some friends put up a ladder and invited visitors to hang personal messages on the boughs and share coffee and doughnuts. “I used to wonder how I would survive Christmas, but this has become a way for us to support each other,” said Barnhurst, who began weeping as she recounted how her son, Eric Herzberg, had been fatally shot by a sniper in Iraq five years ago. “You have to do something to get through the holidays,” she said with a sad smile. “For all of us, there is still such a huge hole.” ...

Mary Chesnut's photos open a window on Civil War life - Greenville News

Sat, Nov 19, 2011
Arranging my photograph book,” she wrote from the peace of her home in Camden. “On the first page, Colonel Watts. Here goes a sketch of his life; romantic enough, surely: Beaufort Watts; bluest blood; gentleman to the tips of his fingers; chivalry incarnate.” Only the day before, Chesnut, who had watched the war’s opening shots from a rooftop in Charleston, was pondering what would become of the world as the battle began to rage. “I have been sitting idly to-day looking out upon this beautiful lawn, wondering if this can be the same world I was in a few days ago,” Chesnut wrote. “After the smoke and din of the battle, a calm.” The photo album, an accoutrement of the newfangled photography craze, was a gift from former South Carolina Gov. John Hugh Means, and f...

Frazier carried the weight of Ali's world on his shoulders - SignOnSanDiego.com

Thu, Nov 10, 2011
If true that would be welcome. But, I doubt it. In early April 1971, I was one of two reporters invited to accompany Joe Frazier on a journey to his hometown of Beaufort, S.C. Three weeks earlier, during an evening that still resonates in the memories of those who were present at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, Frazier had successfully defended his heavyweight championship in an epic battle with Ali — one voted some years later as the most memorable event in the history of that storied building. Frazier was returning to Beaufort to purchase land for construction of a new home for Dolly Frazier, his mother. While there, we visited the small but tidy residence where the family lived as Joe and siblings were youngsters, saw the front yard tree with the limb from which hung the first heavy bag Joe Frazier ever pounded, watched as Joe and a brother used 22-rifles to shoot rats in a backyard cesspool, heard Dolly — who was hanging laundry — yell, “Don’t shoot a hole in the sheets. They’re my last ones.” The following day we were among spectators in the House chamber of the South Carolina Legislature as Joe Frazier became the first black man since Reconstruction to address that assembly. We heard him address the subject of lingering racism: “Why does this have to go on, and on, and on? We need to get closer to each other. I don’t want ...

Col. William A. "Billy" Willis () - The Augusta Chronicle

Sat, Oct 8, 2011
C. in 1969 to take command of a Reserve Unit at Charleston Air Force Base. His last assignment was at Robbins Air Force Base in Warner Robbins, Ga. He retired from the Air Force in 1982 and moved to Beaufort, S.C., where he enjoyed fishing and playing golf with his many dear friends. Billy and Catherine Eve returned to Edgefield in 2004. Colonel Willis is survived by his wife, his children- Dr. William Allen Willis, Jr. (Phyllis), Fayetteville, N.C., Elizabeth Bryan Willis, Edgefield, Pamela Davies Willis, Auckland, New Zealand, and Rhett N. Willis (Wayne), Savannah, Ga.; grandchildren- Dr. Rhett Willis, Jr., George Willis, David Turpin, John Turpin, and William Willis III. He was predeceased by siblings, Ann Willis Haskell, Ralph Burroughs Willis, Jr., and Mary Willis Smith. The family wishes to thank our dear friends Mary Alice Glover and Helen Jones, and those who gave support during his illness. In Lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Beech Island Cemetery Association 14665 Atomic Road, Beech Island, S.C., 29842, or to the charity of one's choice. Please sign the register book at www.edgefieldmercantilefh.com Edgefield Mercantile Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com/obits The Augusta Chronicle-October 1, 2011 ...

Col. William A. "Billy" Willis () - The Augusta Chronicle

Sun, Oct 2, 2011
C. in 1969 to take command of a Reserve Unit at Charleston Air Force Base. His last assignment was at Robbins Air Force Base in Warner Robbins, Ga. He retired from the Air Force in 1982 and moved to Beaufort, S.C., where he enjoyed fishing and playing golf with his many dear friends. Billy and Catherine Eve returned to Edgefield in 2004. Colonel Willis is survived by his wife, his children- Dr. William Allen Willis, Jr. (Phyllis), Fayetteville, N.C., Elizabeth Bryan Willis, Edgefield, Pamela Davies Willis, Auckland, New Zealand, and Rhett N. Willis (Wayne), Savannah, Ga.; grandchildren- Dr. Rhett Willis, Jr., George Willis, David Turpin, John Turpin, and William Willis III. He was predeceased by siblings, Ann Willis Haskell, Ralph Burroughs Willis, Jr., and Mary Willis Smith. The family wishes to thank our dear friends Mary Alice Glover and Helen Jones, and those who gave support during his illness. In Lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Beech Island Cemetery Association 14665 Atomic Road, Beech Island, S.C., 29842, or to the charity of one's choice. Please sign the register book at www.edgefieldmercantilefh.com Edgefield Mercantile Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Sign the guestbook at AugustaChronicle.com/obits The Augusta Chronicle-October 1, 2011 ...




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