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Submitted by Houston Tracy Jr TreSearch3@aol.com
Alexandria Daily Town Talk, Thursday, 23 February 1996, P. D-3.

Died in Hilltop Nursing Home.
Survivors: Son, Oscar Kastanek of Kolin, La. Daughters: Mildred Melichar
and Edna Tuma, both of Pineville, La. 8 grandchildren, 16 great-
grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchildren.
Services held in the chapel of John Kramer & Son Funeral Home, Alexandria.
Burial in the Czech Cemetery at Libuse, La.
Alexandria Town Talk, 17 Oct 1999.

Burial in St. Luke Cemetery, Natchitoches; aged 93, of Powhatan died
Thursday, Oct. 14, 1999, in Natchitoches Parish Hospital.
Survivors: sons, Willie Kay of Rufaula, Okla., and Eddie Kay Sr. and
John Kay, both of Baton Rouge; daughters, Bessie Winn and Roberta Kay,
both of Powhatan; sisters, Bessie Burrell of Alexandria and Lucille
Madison of Shreveport; 28 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren; 13
Alexandria Town Talk, 21 Oct 1999.

Burial in Gorum Cemetery; aged 46, of Gorum died Monday, Oct. 18, 1999,
in St. Francisville; native of New Orleans.
Survivors: daughter, Erin Irene Keefe of Galveston, Texas; mother, Retta
McNabb of Ellington, Mo.; father and stepmother, Roy and Carman Troquille
of Gorum; sister, April Dawn Troquille of Lufkin, Texas.
Pallbearers: Phillip Shilling, Richard Shilling, John Shilling, Justin
Shilling, Raymond Shilling and Gregory Shilling.
Alexandria Town Talk, 28 Sep 1999.

Burial in Couley Double Church Cemetery near Winnfield; aged 84, of
Winnfield died Monday, Sept. 27, 1999, in her home; native of Winn
Survivors: husband, Edwin M. Kelley of Winnfield; son, Joseph Edwin
Kelley of Winnfield; 1 granddaughter.
Submitted by Gaytha Thompson
Alexandria Town Talk, Mar 29, 1998.

Services for Donna Hendricks Kelley will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the
chapel of Hixson Bros. with the Rev. Bill Broadwater officiating. Burial
will be in National Cemetery, Pineville. Mrs. Kelley, 70, of Alexandria
died Saturday, March 28, 1998, in Sisters of Charity St. Frances Cabrini
Hospital. She was a member of Baptist Temple and a 50 year member, past
matron and secretary of
J.T. Charnley Chapter No. 197. She was also a member of Order of Eastern
Star and a retired legal secretary for Gold Law Firm.
Survivors include two sons, Richard Kelley of Stuarts Draft, Virginia,
John Kelley of Alexandria; five daughters, Karen Kelley of Alexandria,
Vickie Harford of Andover, Ohio, Debora Fichtner of Rowlett,Texas, Cynthia
Chastaine of Alexandria, and Rebecca Holmes of Clarks; two brothers,
Kenneth Hendricks of Waterloo, Iowa and Donald Hendricks of Slidell;
one sister, Mary Nicholson of Rantoul, Illinois; 15 grandchildren and
five great- grandchildren.
Alexandria Town Talk, 13 Oct 1999.

Burial will be in Memory Lawn Cemetery; aged 67, of Natchitoches died
Monday, Oct. 11, 1999, in his home; native and lifelong resident of
Survivors: sons, Joseph Patrick Kelley Jr. of Arlington, Texas, Kevin
Sean Kelley of Montgomery; daughter, Lucille Kelley Goodrow of
Natchitoches; brother, Francis Guy Kelley II of Pineville; 4
Submitted by Debbie Bryant
Alexandria Daily Town Talk,February 27, 1999.

Services for Virginia Berlin Kelley will be at 2 p.m. Sunday in the
chapel of Hixson Bros., Alexandria, with Dr. Lee Weems officiating.
Burial will be in Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Pineville.
Mrs. Kelley, 60, of Alexandria died Friday, Feb. 26, 1999, in Willis
Knighton Hospital North in Shreveport.
She was a receptionist for Kelly Hamm's Law Office, a member of
Emmanuel Baptist Church and was active with the American Heart
Association. She was also a member of the Cenla Dancer's Club and
assisted in teaching dance lessons.
Survivors include one son, Kevin Lamar Kelley of Alexandria; two
daughters, Karen Kelley Snow of Alexandria and Judith Kelley Reeves of
Houston, Texas; one brother, John Lamar Berlin of Pineville; one
sister, Ann Berlin Tarver of Alexandria; and four grandchildren.
Alexandria Town Talk, 15 Oct 1999.

Burial in Green Oaks Cemetery; aged 8, of Oberlin died Thursday, Oct. 14,
1999, in Lake Charles. She was a resident of Oberlin.
Survivors: father, Richard C. Duplichan of Kinder; her mother, Michelle
Rison of Oberlin; brother, James Sherwin Duplichan of Kinder; sisters;
Heather Danielle Duplichan of Kinder and Kimberly Rison of Winnfield.
Alexandria Town Talk, 12 Sep 1999.

Burial in Memory Lawn Cemetery; aged 39, of Robeline died Friday, Sept.
10, 1999, in Round Rock, Texas; native of Robeline.
Survivors: mother and step-father, Shirley and Paul Sikes of Robeline;
father, Robert R. Kelly of Oklahoma City, Okla.; sisters, Delores McGee
of Natchitoches and Necy Bennett of Homer; brother, Glenn R. Kelly of
Submitted by Houston Tracy Jr
Alexandria Daily Town Talk, Tuesday, 20 August 1996, P. D-3, Column 4.

Chlotilde Allen Kennedy, age 65, of Camden, Arkansas died 14 Aug 1996 in
her residence. She was a former resident of Woodworth, La. Survivors:
Not named - Husband, 1 daughter & 1 son & 1 brother.
4 Sisters: Maxine Stephens and Cortez Lucas, both of Pineville (La.)
[the other two sisters were not named] 4 Grandchildren and 2 Great-
Services: Held at 2 pm. Friday [16th] in Cullendale First Baptist Church
with Rev. Larry Wilson officiating. Burial: Under direction of Proctor
Funeral Home, Camden, in Memorial Park Cemetery.
Alexandria Town Talk, 27 Sep 1999.

Burial in Oak Grove Cemetery in Bentley; aged 83, of Pollock died Sunday,
Sept. 26, 1999, in her home.
Survivors: sons, Carroll E. Kent Sr. and Jerry L. Kent, of Pollock;
daughter, Patsy Kent Brown of Pollock; brother, Carroll Barrett of
Alexandria; 3 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren.
Alexandria Daily Town Talk, 4 Oct 1999.

Burial in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Leesville; aged 72, of Leesville died
Sunday, Oct. 3, 1999; native of Dallas, Texas, and a teacher and an
administrator at Leesville High School.
Survivors: wife, Bobbi Kitts of Leesville; daughter, Lee Turner of
Leesville; 2 grandchildren.
Alexandria Town Talk, 14 Oct 1999.

Memorial graveside services in Memory Lawn Cemetery; aged 39, of Silver
Springs, Fla., died Wednesday, Sept. 22, 1999, in Ocala, Fla.; native of
Survivors: son, Justin William Key; mother, Elizabeth Jeanette Duke of
Atlanta, Ga.; brothers, Timothy Wayne Key of Natchitoches and Kenneth R.
Buckley of Shreveport.
Alexandria Daily Town Talk, 3 Oct 1999.

Aged 22, of Ferriday died Saturday, Oct. 2, 1999, in Riverland Medical
Submitted by Debbie Bryant
Alexandria Daily Town Talk, March 2, 1999.

Services for Christopher "Bud" Kieffer will be at 11 a.m. Thursday in
St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church. Burial will be in Greenwood
Memorial Park, Pineville, under direction of John Kramer & Son.
Kieffer, 23, of Lecompte died Sunday, Feb. 28, 1999, in his residence.
He was a member of St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church.
Survivors include his wife, Shelly Kieffer of Lecompte; one daughter,
Abagail Grace Kieffer of Lecompte; his parents, Gary and Linda Kieffer
of Alexandria; four sisters, Ann Barnett of Cottonport, Caroline
Whitley of Alexandria, Marion Gordey of Lubbock, Texas, and Heidi
Wampler of Bloomington, Ind.; paternal grandmother, Marian Kieffer of
Charleston, S.C.
Alexandria Town Talk, 7 Oct 1999.

Services in the chapel of Escude; aged 34, of Prairieville died Wednesday,
Oct. 6, 1999, in Gonzales; former resident of Lettsworth and a native of
Survivors: parents, William and Barbara Kimble of Lettsworth; brothers,
Kirt Richard of New Orleans and David Kimble of Prairieville; sisters,
Katie Kimble Ruiz of St. Bernard, Rosemary Stevens of Gonzales, Margie
Richard of Pairieville.
Alexandria Town Talk, 16 Sep 1999.

Burial in Alexandria Memorial Gardens; aged 88, of Poland Community died
Tuesday, Sept. 14, 1999; resided in Vidor, Texas, for 45 years and in
the Poland Community for the last 15 years.
Survivors: daughters, Dorothy L. Mathews of Alexandria, Nelwyn L.Pruitt
of DeRidder; brother, Earl Linzay of Forest Hill; 4 grandchildren, 7
Alexandria Town Talk, 7 Oct 1999.

Burial in James Hill Cemetery; aged 78, of Alexandria died Monday, Oct. 4,
1999, in Heritage Manor No. 2.
Survivors: wife, Lillian King of Alexandria; daughter, Bobbie King of
Walton, Texas; stepdaughters, Randy Clark of Maryland, Texas, Louise Clark
of Church Point; 2 grandchildren, 5 great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Gaytha Thompson
Alexandria Town Talk, Jan 08, 1998.

Mrs. King, 53, of Alexandria died Tuesday, Jan. 6, 1998. Burial will be
in Alexandria Memorial Gardens.
Survivors include two sons, William B. King Jr. and Rick A. King, both
of Alexandria; one brother, Louis Raymond Eberhart of Levit Town, Pa.
Submitted by Houston Tracy Jr
Alexandria Daily Town Talk, Saturday, July 17, 1993, P. D-3.

Mrs. Mamie King, age 88, of Alexandria (La.) died Wednesday, 14 Jul 1993
in Rapides General Hospital, Alexandria.
Survivors: 3 Sons: Dennis King Jr. of Alexandria; Leroy King of
Minneapolis, Minn.; and Raymond King of Jonesville (La.). 3 Daughters:
Carrie Todd of St. Louis, Mo.; Louise Coleman of Minneapolis and Virginia
Whilley (sic) of Las Vegas, Nev.; 39 grandchildren and 19 great-
Services: Will be at 11 a.m. today in St. Mark Baptist Church with the
Rev. Eugene Williams officiating. Burial: In Elm Cemetery (location
unknown) under direction of Howard's Funeral Home.
Submitted by Gaytha Thompson
Alexandria Town Talk, Mar 08, 1998.

Graveside services for Susie Speed King will be at 11 a.m. Monday in
Greenwood Memorial Park, Pineville. Memorial services will be at 2 p.m.
Monday in First United Methodist Church, Lecompte. Arrangements are under
direction of John Kramer & Son.
Mrs. King, 79, of Lecompte died Friday, March 6, 1998, in St. Frances
Cabrini Hospital. She was a member of First United Methodist Church of
Lecompte, DAR and Lecompte Garden Club.
Survivors include her husband, E. Forrest King of Lecompte; three daughters,
Susanne K. Jones of Lecompte, Julia K. King of Dallas, Texas, and Mittie
K. Bond of St. Louis, Mo.; one son, E. Forrest King Jr. of Shreveport;
10 grandchildren.
Submitted by Barbara Webb purvisweb@aol.com

To quote:
We the under signed Citizens friends and good neighbors of Kingsville do
here by pay the amount opposite our names for the purpose of purchasing
flowers as a token of love and loyal Friendship to Mr. W. T. King he was
love by his many friends; The Town of Kingsville was named for him. His
many friends regret the loss of a good friend like Mr. King.
W. L. Clifton 50 c
Mrs. W L. Clifton 50c
Mrs Weaver 50c
Golden Rule Store 5.00
Deruy Eggerton 2.00
Mrs. Dora Barker 2.00
B. W. T?? 2.00
Harry Clement 1.00
Mrs & Mr. Reynolds 4.00
Carlson Cafe $3.00
C. Hood .50
Delu? W.1.00
Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Carter .50
J. Sells .50
Mrs. S. A. Cheveallier .50
Bob Bob Boting(sic) .50
Mrs. Campbell 40
Mrs. C. G. Moore 25
Ple? Terrell 100
?? $1.00
L. L. Ray 2.50
P. W. Nugent & family 1.00
Mrs. D. G. Bryant 50
Mrs. S. ?? 25c

Notes: William Taylor King died on November 27, 1942 and is buried in
the Greenwood Cemetery in Pineville, LA. This must have been a huge floral
tribute to Mr. King considering the year was 1942.
Alexandria Town Talk, 10 Oct 1999.

Burial in St. John Cemetery; aged 78, of Oberlin died Thursday, Oct. 7,
1999, in Oakdale.
Survivors: sons, Hunter Kirklin Jr. and Wilbert Kirklin, both of
Oakdale, and Wilford Kirklin of Kinder; daughter, Gloria Jean Kirby of
San Antonio, Texas; brothers, Andrew Glynn of Albuquerque, N.M., Madison
Glynn of Boyce and Wilbur Brock of Port Arthur, Texas; 12 grandchildren,
17 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great-child.
Submitted by Debbie Bryant
Alexandria Daily Town Talk March 16, 1999.

Boyce - Services for William A. "Daygo" Kirklin will be at 7 p.m. today
in Laurel Hill Baptist Church with the Rev. L.C. Williams officiating.
Burial will be in McNutt Hill Cemetery under direction of Shepard.
Kirklin, 41, of Boyce died Friday, March 12, 1999, in Rapides Regional
Medical Center.
Survivors include his wife, Deborah Kirklin of Colfax; one stepson,
Shawnderick of Colfax; one daughter, Chasity Wells of Boyce; one
stepdaughter, Shaundrick Jones of Colfax; his father, Archie Kirklin Sr.
of Boyce; four brothers, Archie Kirklin, Willie Kirklin, Bobby Kirklin
and Fred Kirklin, all of Boyce.
Alexandria Town Talk, 10 Oct 1999.

Services in Greenlawn Memorial Garden Cemetery, Lafayette; aged 80, of
Ruston died Friday, Oct. 8, 1999, in Ruston; native of Long Bridge, a
former resident of Alexandria.
Survivors: son, Sidney H. Kleinpeter of Hawley, Texas; daughters,
Sandra Bowen of Hawley, Texas, and Claudia Warlick of Bernice; 2
grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Debbie Bryant
Alexandria Daily Town Talk April 2, 1999.

Services for Heloise Romagosa Knobloch will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Our
Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church. Burial will be in Alexandria
Memorial Gardens under direction of John Kramer & Son.
Mrs. Knobloch, 87, of Alexandria died Thursday, April 1, 1999, in
Alexandria. She was a native of Thibodaux and former school teacher at Our
Lady of Prompt Succor School from 1949 until 1969. She was a member of
Prompt Succor Altar Society and a volunteer for RSVP and Rapides Regional
Medical Center Ladies Auxiliary.
Survivors include one daughter, Phyllis Cheek of Alexandria; one son,
Ernest John Knobloch Jr. of Gretna; three sisters, Sister Mary Edward
Romagosa and Sister Marie de Lourdes Romagosa, both of New Orleans, and
Elaine Forrest of Gretna; one brother, the Rev. Edward Romagosa, S.J. of
Convent; five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Debbie Bryant
Alexandria Daily Town Talk Rapides Parish July 7, 1999.

Burial will be in Garden of Memories.
Kober, 58, of Pineville died Wednesday, June 30, 1999, in Christus St.
Frances Cabrini Hospital.
Survivors include one brother, Ernest James Kober of Pineville.
Submitted by Debbie Bryant
Alexandria Daily Town Talk, February 23, 1999.

Services for Victor Michael Kramer will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Our
Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church. Entombment will be in
Alexandria Memorial Gardens Mausoleum under direction of John Kramer &
Son. Kramer 76, of Alexandria died Monday, Feb. 22, 1999, in Rapides
General Hospital. He was a native of Alexandria and a graduate of Menard
High School and Spring Hill College. He retired as secretary/treasurer of
John Kramer & Son Funeral Home. He was a member of Our Lady of Prompt
Succor Catholic Church.
Survivors include his wife, Nellie Couvillion Kramer of Alexandria;
three daughters, Charlotte K. Riche of Raceland, Vicki K. Gahagan of
Natchitoches and Mary K. Kramer of Monroe, Mich.; eight grandchildren
and one great-grandchild.
Alexandria Town Talk, 17 Sep 1999.

Burial in Natchez City Cemetery; aged 92, of Clayton died Wednesday, Sept.
15, 1999, in Ferriday; resident of Clayton since 1982 after moving from
Vidalia where she had been a resident since 1939; born in Bottrop, Germany,
and moved to the United States in 1926.
Survivors: daughter, Anna Marie Clayton of Clayton; son, Rudolph A. Krueger
of Natchez; sisters, Annie Schirrman and Clara Schmuck, both of Germany;
10 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers: Christian Krueger, Patrick Krueger, Charles Hill, Andrew
Hill, Jason Martin, Rob Clayton IV, Kenneth Clayton and Gregory Clayton.
Alexandria Town Talk, 7 Oct 1999.

Burial in the Little Zion Baptist Church cemetery; aged 57, of Cottonport
died Sunday, Oct. 3, 1999, in New Orleans.
Survivors: wife, Naomi Kyle of Cottonport; sons, Brock Kyle and Terry Kyle,
both of Cottonport, Velvon Kyle of Norcross, Ga., and John Kyle Jr. of
Mansura; daughters, Ashley Kyle and Sarah Kyle, of Cottonport and Dinah
Sampson of Mansura; brother, Edison Kyle of Cottonport; sisters, Dolly
Jones of Mansura and Cecile Williams of Cottonport.

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