YALE, John C.
The Brunswick News; Saturday 12 June 1976; pg. 2 col. 1
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR JAKE YALE SET FOR MONDAY
John C. (Jake) Yale, 75, died Friday at the V.A. Hospital in Lake
City, Fla. after an extended illness. He was a former resident of Brunswick and
was a veteran of W.W.I serving in the U.S. Army.
He is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Gene Lewis of Brunswick, Mrs.
H.O. Bishop of Darien, Mrs. R.C. Baker of Tampa, Fla. and Mrs. George Russell of
Groton, Conn.; nine grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. in the chapel of Edo
Miller and Sons Funeral Home with the Rev. Clarke Wiggins officiating.
Interment will follow in Palmetto Cemetery.
Active pallbearers will be J.E. Johnson, Jack Corn, Curtis Howard,
James C. Wisham, Hammond Bolin and Leonard Gale.
The body will remain in the chapel until the hour of services.
The Brunswick News; Friday 10 April 1959; pg. 12 col. 4
MS. YOUMANS [sic] IS BURIED AT MCRAE
Mrs. Mary Yeomans [sic], 79, a resident here
for 53 years, died Tuesday at Augusta while visiting a daughter.
Funeral services were to be held this afternoon at the Yeomans
Cemetery near McRae, Ga.
A native of McRae, Mrs. Yeomans came here some 55 years ago and was
a member of the Church of God of Prophecy. Her husband, John F. Yeomans, died
She is survived by 10 children, including J.E. Yeomans and Mrs.
Bernice Pickren of Brunswick, two sisters and two brothers, 27 grandchildren and
The Advertiser & Appeal; Wednesday 5 September 1877; pg. 2 col. 4
Brigham Young died last week, and now there are
nineteen widows, less the one that sued for a divorce, weeping over their mutual
The Advertiser & Appeal; Wednesday 12 September 1877;
pg. 1 col. 6
BRIGHAM YOUNG—The telegraph this morning announces the
death of Brigham Young, Prophet, Bishop and President of the Mormon sect. He
was born in Whittingham, Vermont, June 1, 1801, and was the son of a farmer of
that place. His education was very limited, and in early life he learned the
trade of painter and glazier. At that time he was a member of the Baptist
Church, and is said to have preached occasionally. In 1832 he joined the
Mormons at Kirtland, Ohio, was ordained Elder, became one of the twelve Apostles
of the church, and was sent to the Eastern States, in 1835, to make proselytes,
in which he was very successful. In 1844, on the death of Joseph Smith,
the founder of Mormonism, Young was chosen unanimously by the Apostles,
President of the sect, thought he was opposed by four aspirants.
After the charter of the Nauvoo, the first stronghold of Mormonism,
had been revoked, and the city bombarded, Young set out with his followers
across the plains, and did not stop until he reached Great Salt Lake valley,
which he declared was the promised land. Here, in July, 1847, he founded Salt
Lake City, became absolute ruler of the colony, and in 1849 organized the State
of Deseret, which soon after applied for admission into the Union. This was
denied, and on the formation of the Territory of Utah, in 1850, Young was
appointed Governor for four years. He, however, after his term of office had
expired, began to disregard the laws and defy the Government of the United
States, until in 1857,k the President appointed Hon. Alfred Cumming, of Georgia,
well remembered by many of our readers, Governor of the Territory, and sent him
to his post with a force of two thousand five hundred men, which action caused
the Mormons to become peaceable.
On the 29th of August, 1852, Young proclaimed the “celestial law of
marriage,” sanctioning polygamy. This was resisted by Joseph Smith’s widow,
who, with her children, headed a schism in the church; but so great was Young’s
power that he easily carried his point. He married a great number of wives, the
nineteenth of whom, Ann Eliza, as will be remembered, quite lately created
considerable sensation by leaving him and applying for a divorce.
In addition to his office of President of the Church, he was Grand
Archee of the Order of Danites, a secret organization within the church, which
is said to have been one of the chief sources of his absolute power. At the
time of his death he was under grave suspicion of having been ultimately
connected with Bishop Stephen D. Lee in the Mountain Meadow massacre twenty
years ago, of which so much has recently been said, and for which Lee was
executed a few months since.
He accumulated great riches, and through is exertions has made of
Salt Lake City a large, wealthy and prosperous place. With all his flagrant and
numerous faults, he was most certainly a remarkable man, as his career fully
shows. No cause is assigned for his death, which was, to a great extent,
entirely unexpected. He will probably be succeeded by his eldest son, whom we
believe is Brigham Young, Jr.—Sav. News.
YOUNG, Darrell Wilson
The Brunswick News; Monday 22 October 1990; pg. 3A cols. 3 & 4
MEN ARE DEAD FOLLOWING HEAD-ON COLLISION SATURDAY
Two men are dead after a head-on collision north of Eulonia early
According to the accident report by Georgia State Patrol Troopers
Joe Milburn and W.C. Boutwell of the Hinesville post, Darrell Wilson Young, 20,
of Townsend was northbound on U.S. Highway 17, a mile and a half north of
Georgia Highway 99 near Eulonia when a southbound 1990 Honda Accord, driven by
Wardell Anderson, 22, of Darien, crossed the center land and struck him head-on.
Young died Saturday, Anderson and passenger Isaac Gordon, 26, of
Darien were both taken to Savannah’s Memorial Medical Center.
Anderson died early this morning, Gordon remained in critical
condition in the Savannah Hospital.
Anderson had been charged with driving under the influence,
vehicular homicide, driving with a suspended license and driving on the wrong
side of the road.
YOUNG, John E.
Historical Newspapers, Birth, Marriage, & Death Announcements, 1851-2003; The
Atlanta Constitution; 23 November 1918
JOHN E. YOUNG DIES
Brunswick, Ga., November 23—(Special)—John E.
Young, one of Brunswick’s oldest and best known citizens, passed away at his
home yesterday after a long illness. While Mr. Young had not been confined to
his home for a great length of time, he had been in ill health for several
months, and the announcement of his death did not come as a surprise to those
familiar with his condition.
The deceased has resided in Brunswick practically all of his life,
and he was well known and popular among an unusually wide circle of friends. He
is survived by his widow and one daughter, Mrs. Johnson H. Pace, of
The Atlanta Constitution; Thursday 19 October 1876; col. 4
DEATHS AT BRUNSWICK
Mrs. Sally Hudson, Miss Sarah M. Roberts, Mrs. Margaret E.
Snow, Herbert L. Snow, Dosia Coston, sailor, name unknown, Henry F. Black,
Isaac Christian, Netty Cohen, Dr. B.H. Hampton, Sam Chinaman, Henry Cox,
Palmer Jones, Wm. R. Cozard, E.B. Courtney, Miss Louisa Hicks, Joseph
Goodbread, Stringfellow, steward brig “Laura Gertrude,” sailor, name
unknown, Fannie Waters, B.W.H. Davenport, E.W. Kelly, Lizzie Floyd, E.W.
Cox, Almander [Alexander?] Peters, Gustave Peters, Mary Shrine, E. Moran,
Katie Moran, Geo. Ray, E. Gatchell, Jno Slian, Wm. Kraus, Salvaorn
Saverese, sailor, name unknown, M. Bartlett, Phillip Burchard, James
Davis, Rosa C. Racetty, Alex A. Williams, Jno. Powers, B.E. Tenniman, ?E
Golding, C.A. Bunkley, S.E. Moore, John Peters, Wm. Burns, J.T. Zeigler,
C.L. Cole, Mrs. West, Seaborn Jones, C.E. Todt, Oscar Dover, Mrs. Thos.
Borne, Mrs. Tuthill, E.C. Tuthill, Mrs. P.N. Blair, T.F. Smith, editor
Appeal, Mrs. Margaret Hudson, Wm. Savage, A.J. Smith, lawyer, Chas. Sperr,
Anna Bryant, Dr. Taber, Pat Hawkins, Tom Chinaman, Miss Lela Mason, Dr. R.
Nobles, Mrs. Gray, W.F. Herzog, W.E. Jones, Eddy Woodwin, sailor, sailor,
Thos. Peters, Salson? Green, J.W. Fowler, Mr. Morgan, Captain Roberts’
ZELL, Millie (Weinstein)
The Brunswick News; Monday 8 October 1962; pg. 12 col. 5
MRS. MILLIE ZELL SUCCUMBS AT 90; RITES TOMORROW
Mrs. Millie Weinstein Zell, 90, died early
today at the Brunswick hospital after a short illness.
Mrs. Zell had lived in Brunswick since 1894, coming here from New
York. She lived at 1612 Norwich Street and was a member of Temple Beth Tifilloh
and the Neptune Chapter of the Eastern Star.
Survivors include two daughters Mrs. Sadye Moses, Brunswick, and
Mrs. Morris Passaloff, New York City; three sons, Carley, Maurice and Julius
Zell, all of Brunswick; two sisters, Mrs. Max Isaac, New York City, and Mrs.
S.S. Goffis, Jacksonville; ten grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral services, under the direction of the Edo Miller and Sons
Funeral Home, will be held at 4 o’clock tomorrow afternoon at Temple Beth
Tifilloh with Rabbi Milton Greenwald officiating. Interment will be in Palmetto
Cemetery. The body will remain in the funeral home chapel until the service
Active pallbearers: Richard Zell, Robert Zell, Gerald Zell, Harold
Zell, Donald Zell and Raymond Baumel.
Honorary: Gordon Singletary, Gordon Helms, John C. Kaufman, Sr.,
Judge Frank M. Scarlett, Jeff D. Brown, Dr. Haywood Moore, Dr. C.B. Creer [sic],
Paul Morton, Fred Pfeiffer, Dr. L.A. Valente, Dr. Joe Owens, Dr. John A.
Hightower, Sidney Nathan, A.M. Harris, Dr. I.M. Aiken, Clyde Taylor, E.S. Dill,
A.E. Fiveash, Charles Bruce, Mitchell E. Owens, Julian Bennet, Ray Whittle,
Harry Smith, Clair Jones, C.H. Sheldon, W.E. Geiger, Abe Nathan, Jack Lissner,
W.F. Crandall, Dave Gordon, C.V. Abbott, John Studstill and John Lane.