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Anges Pearl Scarborough Maceda

VIENNA, VA / AVON, NC - Anges Pearl Maceda, 81, of Vienna, Va. and formerly of Avon, NC died Saturday, January 22, 2005 in Fairfax, Va. Mrs. Maceda was born in Avon, NC and was a homemaker. She was the daughter of the late Celestial and Sudie Grey Scarborough and the widow of the late John Thomas Joseph Maceda. She was also preceded in death by a sister, Alma Gray and a brother, Ralph Scarborough.  Mrs. Maceda is survived by two daughters, Deborah Joan Maceda of Fairfax, Va. and Judith Ann Maceda of Vienna, Va.; two sons, Charles Michael Maceda of Ashland, Va., and John Joseph Maceda of Manassas, Va.; a sister, Lillian Nardoci of Greensboro, NC; two brothers, Orville Scarborough and Maxton Scarborough, both of Avon, NC; and four grandchildren.  Funeral services will be held at St. Johns United Methodist Church on Thursday, January 27, 2005 at 2:00 pm with Rev. Susie Fitch-Slater officiating. Burial will be in the Family Cemetery. The family will receive friends on Wednesday from 7:00 to 8:30 pm at the residence of Virginia Scarborough, 40136 Harbor Road, Avon.  Twiford Island Chapel, Hatteras is assisting the family with arrangements.  (Twiford Funeral Home obituary)

Eula Belle Ebron Mackey

MANTEO - Eula Belle Ebron Mackey , 85 died Tuesday April 7, at 12:05 p.m. in Norfolk, Va.. She was born January 6, 1924 in Manteo.  Eula was the wife of the late Mavis Mackey, and the daughter of the late John and Arvilla Collins Ebron Golden, and the mother of the late Gwendolyn Mackey. Also preceding Eula in death were two brothers Jasper Ebron and Randolph Ebron, and two sisters Ruebell Ebron and Olivia Ebron.  Eula was the pianist at Haven Creek Missionary Baptist Church as well as a faithful church member for many years. She will be remembered most for her loving spirit, here devotion to family and friends, and her role as a special "mom" to many.  Surviving are: one sister, Ludie Belle Sykes of Manteo, five grandchildren: Randolph Mackey, Jasper Mackey, Jerome Meekins all of Manteo, Eric (Edvelyn) Meekins of California, and Gwendolyn Meekins of Virginia; one great grandchild Joshua Meekins, and a host of nieces, nephews, extended family members, and dear friends.  The funeral will be held Saturday April 11, at 2 p.m. with a visitation one hour prior to the service. Interment will follow at Haven Creek Church Cemetery. Pastor Lonell Griffin will officiate.  Gallop Funeral Services, was entrusted with arrangements. (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Thursday, April 9, 2009; pg. 10A)

John Alvah Mackey

John Alvah Mackey, USCG, of Manteo died Sept. 10 in the Marine hospital in Norfolk after a short illness, and was buried Thursday afternoon in the colored cemetery following funeral services in the Manteo colored Methodist church.  Mackey was a soldier in World War I and served in the Navy a short time afterward, before entering the Coast Guard.  For the past 21 years he has been stationed at Pea Island and was expecting discharge papers when death overtook him.  (The Dare County Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, September 21, 1945; pg. 1)

Robert Francis Macklin

Robert Francis Macklin of Kitty Hawk died Thursday, Aug. 21, at his residence.  He was 66,  Mr. Macklin, a native of Wheeling, W. Va., was a production controller with NASA.  After retiring in 1985 he worked for Cozy Kitchens as a cabinet maker.  He was a graduate of the NASA Langley Research Center Apprenticeship program, was a veteran of the U.S. Army, and was a sports official with the Peninsula Football, Basketball and Baseball Officials Association.  He was a member of the Holy Redeemer Catholic Church.  Mr. Macklin was the son of the late George D. and Margaret Hell Macklin and the husband of Ruth Martin Macklin of the home.  Besides his wife he is survived by four daughters: Leanne E. Macklin of Kitty Hawk, Noel D. Easter of Burlington, Michele E. Macklin and Tannis M. Baldwin, both of Hampton; five sons: Jon M. Levy of Columbia, S.C., Gary T. Macklin of Hampton, K. Todd Levy of Kill Devil Hills and Robert P. Macklin of Gloucester, Va.; one sister, Loretta Dawson of Hampton; one brother, Michael Macklin of Wheeling, and nine grandchildren.  Funeral services were Sunday, Aug. 24, at 2 p.m. at Twiford's Colony Chapel in Manteo with Father Terry Collins officiating.  Burial was in the Roanoke Island Memorial Gardens in Manteo.  Twiford's Colony Chapel handled the arrangements.  (Outer Banks Sentinel [Nags Head, NC] - Thursday, August 28, 1997; pg. 8B)

Lucy Johnson Macon

Word has been received in Manteo of the death on May 5 of Mrs. Lucy Johnson Macon of Joy Point, near California, Md.  Mrs. Macon was the wife of Maj. General Robert C. Macon, retired U.S. Army officer.  She had made many friends in Dare County on her visits to both Roanoke Island, where she once owned a vacation cottage, and on Hatteras Island, where she was part owner of a number of properties.  She and her family frequently visited at Mirlo Lodge at Rodanthe, which burned several years ago, and of which she was part owner.  A native of Mississippi, Mrs. Macon is survived by her husband; one daughter; three grandchildren and several sisters.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - May 26, 1961)

Frederick Lawrence Mailhes

Frederick Lawrence Mailhes, went to his maker on October 7, 2011, after a brave battle with cancer. Larry loved the Lord. He was born October 25, 1946 to Albin Roland Mailhes and Constance Marjorie Dean Mailhes in Norfolk, VA.  Mr. Mailhes graduated from Virginia Beach High School Class of 1964. He attended Old Dominion University. A proud member of Duck's Unlimited, Larry enjoyed duck hunting with his two partners Ronnie Cason and Joe Houska, as well as his brother Al and nephew Trey, both on Back Bay and the Currituck Sound. Larry was a star basketball player in high school, and later successfully coached many youth league teams. A fine golfer, Larry thoroughly enjoyed two trips to the Master's Golf Tournament with his friend in the carpet business, John Robinson.  Mr. Mailhes was an owner-partner of Special Products, Inc. with John Gray.   Larry is survived by his wife, Vera Dionne; and son, Frederick Lawrence Mailhes, Jr. (Karen). Larry, Jr. had the pleasure of having his father as an assistant coach on his baseball and basketball teams; a brother Albin Roland Mailhes, Jr. (Rose); sister, Rosemary Delacey (Richard); and his beloved granddaughter, Skylar Mailhes, who used to call Larry at work and say, "Granddaddy, I want you to come home now!" Larry would hurry home and they would play together. He will also be missed by many nieces and nephews. Mr. Mailhes is also survived by an Uncle Frederick J. Dean III and his wife Dell.  A funeral service will be held at 5 p.m. Monday, October 10, 2011, in Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home, Great Neck Chapel with burial at 11 a.m. Tuesday, October 11, 2011, in Austin Cemetery, Kitty Hawk, NC.   Larry wants all of you to know, he did not pay for this obituary.  (Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home)

Frederick Lawrence Mailhes, Jr.

VIRGINIA BEACH - Frederick "Larry" Mailhes, Jr., passed away November 7, 2012. He was preceded in death by his father, Frederick L. Mailhes, Sr. (Larry) of Virginia Beach. He is survived by his mother, Vera "Dionne" Mailhes, his daughter Skylar Layne Mailhes, and his wife Karen Mailhes of Va. Beach.  Larry was born October 28, 1966. He was a graduate of Cox High School and Norfolk State University with honors. He enjoyed golfing and was an avid fisherman. Being a natural athlete Larry enjoyed coaching his students. His students and athletes gave him great joy.   He will be dearly missed by many aunts, uncles, cousins, family, and friends. Larry treasured his friendships and his family appreciates the outpouring of support during this time.  Funeral services will be held at The Wave Church, 2655 Seaboard Rd., Virginia Beach, VA 23456 on Friday November 9, at 12 p.m. A reception will follow at the Caviler Yacht and Country Club, 1052 Cardinal Rd., Va. Beach, VA 23451. The burial service will be held on Saturday November 10, 2012 at Austin Cemetery in Kitty Hawk, NC at 1 p.m.  (The Virginian-Pilot [Norfolk, VA] - November 8, 2012)

Natalie Gould Mandell

MANTEO - Natalie Gould Mandell, 93, died peacefully at her home in Manteo on Wednesday, September 7. She was born in Manteo at the original Tranquil House, the fourth daughter of the late Nathaniel and Eliza Gould. She was predeceased by sisters: Martha Townsend, Phoebe Hayman, and Adele Mathers; and her husband, Dr. Maurice I. Mandell, with whom she shared 40 years of marriage. She is survived by a son, David Mandell, who is traveling; a daughter, Lisa Mandell of Havertown, PA; two granddaughters, Molly Mandell of San Jose, CA, and Marissa Donohue of Havertown, PA; and numerous great, great-great, and great-great-great nieces and nephews, including Outer Banks residents Linda Moore, Debbie Brown, Teresa Osborne, Becky Miller, Albert Thomas, David Thomas, Andrew Thomas, Todd Hayman, and Shaun Hayman, and their children and grandchildren.  At age 16, Mrs. Mandell graduated from Manteo High School as valedictorian of her class. She studied at Louisburg College, and worked as Deputy Sheriff of Dare County and then for the Dare County Times. She left Manteo at 19, working in educational administration and other positions. She served in the Red Cross in World War II, and was awarded the Bronze Star Medal. She moved to Bowling Green, Ohio where she married and raised her two children. She and her husband retired to Sarasota, Florida where they enjoyed gardening, cooking, and world travel. Following her husband’s death, she returned to Manteo, where she remained active for years, renewing old friendships and making many new ones.  A memorial service is planned for October 22 at 11:00 am, at the Elizabethan Gardens in Manteo.   Twiford Funeral Homes’ Colony Chapel, Manteo, NC is assisting the family with arrangements.  (Twiford Funeral Home)

Ruth Nixoness

HOPE MILLS - Ruth Nixon Maness, 87, of Hope Mills Retirement Center, died April 6. Mrs. Maness was born and reared in Stumpy Point, Dare County. She graduated high school in Manteo and graduated college at East Carolina Teachers College. She taught school in Dare County and later in Cumberland County. She was the widow of the late Rev. Madison Ward Maness. She was a member of the Fayetteville Women's Club and the Cross Creek Garden Club. She was a member of Hay Street United Methodist Church and a life-long member of the United Methodist Women. Mrs. Maness is survived by one daughter, Ann Anglin of Fayetteville, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday in Hay Street United Methodist Church by Dr. Carl Frazier. The family received friends Tuesday night at Rogers and Breece Funeral Home, Fayetteville.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Thursday, April 9, 1998)

Adam Clark Mann

Adam Clark Mann, 88, passed away Saturday afternoon [Oct. 7, 1961] at his home in Manteo after an illness of a month. No more will the tall, erect and sprightly figure with the ready smile and a good word for all, make his way to the post office twice a day, and his friends had missed him, with much concern for the month he was out. Mr. Mann was of an old Manns Harbor family, and happened to be born at Oriental in Pamlico County May 22, 1873, where his parents lived for a short time. He spent the most of his early life at Manns Harbor and married Miss Virginia Tillett who survives him. He removed to Elizabeth City, where he lived for about 20 years. His parents were the late William and Sarah Barnett Mann. He is survived by 14 grandchildren and 28 great-grandchildren. Mr. & Mrs. Mann were the parents of several children, the surviving ones being Mrs. Neva Midgett and Max Elbert Mann of Manteo, and Mrs. Elliott Ward of Elizabeth City. He was a retired boat builder and had been a fisherman during his lifetime at Manns Harbor. Mr. Mann was a member of the Junior Order and member of Manteo Methodist Church where funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon by the Rev. Harold F. Leatherman. Burial was in the Twiford Cemetery at Manns Harbor.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, October 13, 1961)

Alfreda Hunter Mann

Alfreda Hunter Mann, a longtime resident of Manns Harbor and Nags Head, passed away peacefully just short of her 104th birthday in San Antonio, Texas December 22, 2009. Born February 4, 1906 in Sanford, she was the wife of the late Joe Mann of Manns Harbor and the mother of Betty Lynn Allen of San Antonio, and Taylor "Mickey" Davenport of Wilmington. In addition she is survived by six grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. She led a full and active life on the Outer Banks. All who wish to honor and remember her are invited to a celebration of her life to be held Sunday, January 17 at 8102 Old Oregon Inlett Road, Nags Head commencing at 1 p.m.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Thursday, January 14, 2010; pg. 8A)

Alton Guy Mann

Alton Guy Mann, 56, Manns Harbor fisherman and merchant, died Tuesday [Nov. 14, 1961]  in his home in Manns Harbor after an illness of six months. He was a lifelong resident of Manns Harbor. He was a member of Mt. Carmel Methodist Church here and Wanchese Masonic Lodge #521. He was a son of Leonodus Rosser and Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Mann and husband of Mrs. Grace Sawyer Mann. Besides his widow, he is survived by two sons: Harry C. Mann of Manns Harbor and Dalton L. Mann, USAF, stationed in Holt, Michigan; two sisters: Mrs. Ina M. Waterfield and Mrs. Calvin Beasley of Manns Harbor; two brothers: Harry B. Mann of Lancaster, California and Gaston B. Mann of Nags Head; two grandchildren. A funeral service was conducted in Mt. Carmel Methodist Church Thursday by the Rev. C.R. Olson, pastor. Burial was in Caroon Cemetery in Manns Harbor.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, November 17, 1961)

Andrew Linwood Mann

HAMPTON, VIRGINIA - Andrew Linwood Mann, Sr., 88, died Thursday, January 29. Born in Manns Harbor on October 20, 1909, he had been a resident of Hampton for most of his life and had been a member of Westhampton Baptist Church for over 50 years. He retired from Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co. on October 31, 1974. He was the son of the late Edward and Clarsey Hayman Mann. Mr. Mann is survived by his wife of 62 years, Monnie Dove Mann; his daughters: Rosalie Taylor Adkins, Alice Justice, Eunice Lewis, and Susan Judy; his son: Andrew Mann, Jr.; his brothers: Archie S. Mann and Stacy F. Mann; 12 grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren. A funeral service will be conducted Sunday, Feb. 1 at Westhampton Baptist Church by pastor Barry W. Chinn. Burial will take place Monday in Peninsula Memorial Park. Arrangements by R. Hayden Smith Funeral Home in Hampton, Va.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Sunday, February 1, 1998)

 Archie Spraker Mann

NAGS HEAD - Archie Mann, 88, died in his home in Nags Head Wednesday, September 23.  He was blessed with a long life, a great sense of humor, and the wonderful gift of enjoying life to its fullest.  He is predeceased by his beloved daughter, Patricia Mann.  Cherishing his memory is his daughter, Bess Mann of Virginia Beach and his devoted wife of ten years, Patsy Mann and her three children and six grandchildren. His brother, Stacy Mann of Nags Head along with nieces and nephews will always remember their Uncle Buddy. Included in his family is his "adopted" son, Erdal Sahin from Turkey.  A Celebration of Life will be held at 1 pm Thursday, October 15 at the Gallop Funeral Services Chapel m.p. 16, Nags Head.  Gallop Funeral Services, Inc. was entrusted with arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Sunday, September 27, 2009; pg. 8A)

Beatrice Mae Midgett Mann

MANTEO - Beatrice Mae Midgett Mann, 84, died Tuesday, November 12 in Elizabeth City. Mrs. Mann was born in Rodanthe and was a homemaker. She was a member of Mount Olivet United Methodist Church and Outer Banks Senior Fellowship. Mrs. Mann was the daughter of the late Ellsworth and Dorcas Midgette Midgett and wife of [rest of obit missing]  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Thursday, Nov. 14, 2002; pg. 6A)

Carl [Delton] Mann, Jr.

MANNS HARBOR - Carl Junior Mann of Manns Harbor Road, died Tuesday, November 18 at his home. He was a native of Manns Harbor and a retired S/Major of the U.S. Army, having served 27 years. He was a veteran of the Vietnam War and served there in 1967 and 1968. He retired in 1970 and has resided in Manns Harbor since. He was a member of Mt. Carmel Methodist Church, Manns Harbor, and Manteo Masonic Lodge #521. He was the son of the late Carl Delton and Blanche Midgett Mann. Survivors include, Helen Carroll Mann of Kansas City, the mother of his children; a son, Carl Stanley Mann and a daughter, Judith Mann Johnson, both of Manns Harbor, and a step-daughter, Carol Ann Norton of Tennessee; two brothers: Earl Mann and Billie Mann, Both of Manns Harbor; a paternal uncle, Joseph Caroon Mann; four grandchildren: Tracy and Aaron Mann of Manns Harbor, both of whom are serving in the armed services, Carla Johnson Nolan of Raleigh and Raye Lynn Johnson Tubbs of Manns Harbor; 3 great-grandchildren; Skylar Ashton Nolan of Raleigh, Magen Moore and Jabe Tubbs of Manns Harbor.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Thursday, November 20, 1997)

Carl Stanley Mann

MANNS HARBOR, NC - Carl Stanley “Bull” Mann, 63, died at his residence in Mann’s Harbor on Wednesday, August 12. Born in 1946, he was the son of Helen Carroll Mann and the late Carl Junior Mann. He was a proud Viet Nam Veteran and enjoyed carving decoys. He is survived by his wife, Mary Mann, of the residence.  In addition to his wife and mother, Mr. Mann is survived by a daughter, Tracy Mann and a son, Aaron Mann, both of Manns Harbor, two sisters, Carole Ann Norton of Johnson City, TN, Judy M. Johnson of Manns Harbor, and two Uncles, Earl Mann and Billie Mann, also of Manns Harbor. Also, Mr. Mann leaves a granddaughter, Codi Lynn Mann, to cherish his memory.  A Memorial Service will be held Saturday, August 15, 2009, at 11:00 am at Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church in Manns Harbor. In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial donations be made, in Mr. Mann’s name to the Community Home Care and Hospice, P.O. Box 130, Engelhard, NC 27824 or the Outer Banks Cancer Support Group, 245 Woodland Drive, Southern Shores, NC 27949.  Twiford Funeral Homes, Colony Chapel, Manteo, NC is assisting the family with arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Sunday, August 16, 2009; pg. 8A)

Charles Wilse Mann

Charles Wilse Mann, retired fisherman and a popular citizen of Manns Harbor, died early Tuesday morning [Sept. 13, 1960] following a lingering illness. He was born Feb. 5, 1876 at East Lake, the son of the late Lovie Marie Rogers Mann and Charles L. Mann, but was a lifelong resident of Manns Harbor. He was married to the late Mary Everton Mann and from this union nine children survive: Glenn & Curtis of Norfolk and Huff and James of Manns Harbor, Mrs. Dallas Gray of Stumpy Point, Mrs. Colon Wescott of Manteo, Mrs. Cecil Midgett, Mrs. Odell Tillett and Mrs. Stanford White of Manns Harbor; 30 grandchildren & 16 great-grandchildren. He was a member of the Modern Woodmen Lodge and Mt. Carmel Methodist Church in Manns Harbor where services were conducted Wednesday by the rev. Charles R. Olsen. Interment followed in Twiford Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ira Spencer, Wilbur Pinner, Henry Armstrong, Thelbert Tillett, John D. Creef and Wallace Taylor.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, September 16, 1960)

Daniel Ferrel Mann

Daniel Ferrel Mann of Raleigh, age 57, died May 18 in Manteo. Mr. Mann was a native & former resident of Manteo. He was the son of Allen Lee Mann, Sr. and Grace M. Mann. He was a radiological health specialist for the N.C. Dept. of Environment, Health & Natural Resources. He was a former member of Mt. Olivet United Methodist Church in Manteo, a graduate of N.C. State University and a member of the N.C. State Alumni Assoc. Mr. Mann is survived by three daughters: Sybil Grace Mann of Raleigh, Sharon M. Stanley of Greenville and Stephaine Mann of Raleigh; one brother, Allen Lee Mann, Jr. of Manteo; one grandson, Daniel McQuade Asnip of Raleigh. A church service will be conducted on Thursday at 2 pm in Mt. Olivet Church by the Rev. Clarence Garner. Burial will follow in the Manteo Cemetery.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - May 20, 1993)

Dennis R. Mann

DENNIS R. MANN DIED OF GUN WOUND IN N.J. - Dennis R. Mann, about 42 years old, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mann of Manns Harbor, and a member of the police force of Wildwood, New Jersey, was found in a dying condition as the result of a bullet wound supposedly inflicted by an attacker. Details are lacking. Mr. Mann married Miss Hilda Burfoot of Elizabeth City. They had no children. He is survived by his parents and the following brothers and sisters: Gaston and Guy Mann of Manns Harbor, Harry Mann of Oklahoma; Mrs. Ina Waterfield of Washington, D.C., and Mrs. Calvin Beasley of Manns Harbor. Interment will take place at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at Manns Harbor.  (Dare County Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, August 28, 1936; pg. 1)

Dewey E. Mann, Jr.

Captain Dewey E. Mann, Jr. passed away on April 19, 2007 at the age of 81.  Born and raised in Wanchese, he became a U.S. Coast Guard Licensed Master and retired from the Panama Canal Pilot Force after 31 years of service in the Panama Canal Zone. He proudly served his country as a mariner in the United States Merchant Marine during World War II and had earned the rank of Ensign 1st Class. He returned to Wanchese in 1984 to enjoy his retirement. . He was preceded in death by his parents, Dewey E. and Mattie Pearl (Hayes) Mann, his sister Marguerite Rogers, and one son, Raymond Lee Mann. He is survived and will be missed by his devoted wife of 25 years, Julia, his beloved five year old daughter, Julye Marie, his son Dewey E. Mann III, his wife Amy and their sons Jacob and Collin, of Aydlett, NC., and his daughter Sharon Price and her husband Gary, of Florence, SC and their children, Brian Williams of Jackson Center, OH, Kelly Williams of Dallas, TX, Miccah Lawson of Jackson Center, OH and Daniel Gutman of Florence, SC. He also had four great grandchildren. He is also survived by a niece, Mrs. Jean (Jim) Sladek of Suffolk, VA and two nephews, Tim Rogers of Suffolk, VA and Jim (Buster) Baker of Knoxville, TN, along with many other relatives and friends who will miss him dearly. He was a devoted member of the Manteo Masonic Lodge 521 where he served as Grand Master. He was a past President of the Dare County Shrine Club. He was also the secretary/treasurer for the Dare County RC Flyers. He was a supportive member of Bethany United Methodist Church of Wanchese, where his parents and children attended services over the years. A Memorial Service will be held at Twiford Funeral Home in Manteo on Tuesday, April 24 at 3 pm. Friends and family will gather afterwards at his home in Wanchese to celebrate and share memories of his long and fascinating life. His ashes will be ceremoniously scattered in the ocean by his family and the Project Liberty Ship at a later date.  Twiford Colony Chapel, Manteo is assisting the family. (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Sunday, April 22, 2007; pg. 10A)

Doyle Lassell Mann

ELIZABETH CITY - Funeral rites for Doyle Lassell Mann, 48, who died Monday night [June 23, 1952] were conducted Wednesday at 34 p.m. at the Twiford Funeral Home chapel by the Rev. Clarence Williams, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, assisted by the Rev. W.R. Stephens of Creswell. Burial was in New Hollywood Cemetery. Mr. Mann was a native of Manns Harbor and had been living in Elizabeth City for the past 31 years. He was the son of Theodore and Sadie Tillett Mann, husband of Mrs. Gertrude Harrell Mann, a member of the Calvary Baptist Church were he had served on the board of deacons for several years.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, June 27, 1952; pg. 6)

Earl Glenn Mann

Earl Glenn Mann, age 50, died, after a sudden illness of 2 days, in a Baltimore hospital on Saturday [June 20, 1959]. He was born at Mashoes, the son of the late George W. & Hattie Partridge Mann, and had been a resident of Manteo for 29 years at the time, being owner & operator of a motel on Roanoke Island. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Nora Mann; two brothers, Max Mann of Alexandria, Va. and George Mann of Nags Head; four sisters, Mrs. S.C. Harris of Alexandria, Va., Mrs. C.H. Sirrer of South Norfolk, Va., Mrs. Clyde Ward of Avon and Mrs. Robert Hydeman of Detroit, Michigan. Funeral services were conducted Monday at the Twiford Funeral Home in Manteo by Rev. C.W. Guthrie of Wanchese. Burial followed in the Manteo Cemetery.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, June 26, 1959; Pg. 12)

Eda Simpson Mann

WANCHESE, NC - Eda Simpson Mann went to her eternal rest at the age of 97 on November 17, 2004 at her home in Wanchese. Mrs. Mann was born in Wanchese on September 10, 1907 to the late Charles A. and Marie H. Simpson and was also the stepdaughter of Nannie E. Simpson. She was preceded in death by her loving husband, Edward M. Mann, her son, Michael E. Mann and three brothers and one sister. Mrs. Mann was a member of Bethany United Methodist Church, the Ladies Bible Class and the Rena Baum Circle. She was a life member of the Elizabeth City Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs. Mann is survived by her sister, Amelia Austin of Wanchese, brother, Herbert Simpson of Hemit, CA and her cousin, Edna Daniels of Nags Head. Aunt Eda was a loving aunt to her numerous nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews. She was fortunate to have the loving care of the many aides who attended her needs and enabled her to stay in her home. The family will be eternally grateful for their love and compassion and would like to especially thank Shirley Spellman for her never ending devotion to Eda and her family. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, November 20, 2004 at 11:00 AM at the Bethany United Methodist Church in Wanchese, NC with Rev. Richard Lewis and Rev. Holt Clarke officiating. Burial will follow in the Manteo Cemetery. The family will be at the home of Amelia Austin at 1146 E.R. Daniels Road in Wanchese.  Twiford’s Funeral Home, Manteo, is assisting the family with these arrangements.  (The Virginian Pilot [Norfolk, VA] - Friday, November 19, 2004)

Elma Delle Fulcher Mann

MANTEO, N.C., Nov. 22--Mrs. Elma Delle Fulcher Mann, 64, of Manteo, died Saturday in a Norfolk hospital after several weeks' illness.  She was a native of Manns Harbor, Dare County, and had been living in Manteo for 26 years.  She was the daughter of Stanford L. and Mrs. Cynthia Tillett Fulcher, widow of Daniel E. Mann, and a member of Mount Olive Methodist Church in Manteo.  Surviving are 3 sons: Edward M. Mann of Norfolk, Marvin F. Mann of Miami, Fl., and Clyde R. Mann of Falls Creek, Va.; five daughters: Mrs. Mable Twiford of Manns Harbor, Mrs. Grace Mann, Mrs. Lucetta Blivens, Mrs. Evelyn Evans and Mrs. Eloise Cartwright, all of Manteo; two sisters: Mrs. Allen Gibbs of Elizabeth City and Mrs. Fred Johnson of Manns Harbor; 24 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild.  (The Virginia Pilot [Norfolk, Va.] - Sunday, November 23, 1952)

MANTEO, N.C., Nov. 24--Funeral services for Mrs. Elma Delle Fulcher Mann, who died Saturday morning in a Norfolk hospital, were conducted yesterday at Mount Olivet Methodist Church in Manteo by the Rev. H.R. Ashmore, Pastor. Pallbearers were Robert Ballance, Clyde Biggs, Ray Jones, Archie Burrus, Edwin Midgett and Ben Creef.  Burial was in the Manteo Cemetery.  (The Virginia Pilot [Norfolk, Va.] - Tuesday, November 25, 1952)

Funeral services for Mrs. Elma Fulcher Mann, 64, who died Saturday morning, November 22, in the Public Health Hospital in Norfolk following a month's illness, were conducted Sunday afternoon, November 23, in Mount Olivet Methodist Church in Manteo, of which she was a member. Rev. R.H. Ashmore officiated. John H. Long sang "The Last Mile of the Way" and the church choir sang "Beyond the Sunset". Burial was in Manteo Cemetery. Mrs. Mann was a native of Manns Harbor but had been living in Manteo for the past 26 years. She was the daughter of the late Stanford L. and Cynthia Tillett Fulcher and the wife of the late Daniel E. Mann. Surviving are three sons: Edward M. Mann of Norfolk, Marvin F. Mann of Miami, Florida, and Clyde R. Mann of Falls Church, Va.; five daughters: Mrs. Mable Twiford of Manns Harbor, Mrs. Allen Mann, Mrs. Herbert Bliven, Mrs. C.R. Evans and Mrs. Harold Cartwright, all of Manteo; two sisters: Mrs. Allen Gibbs of Elizabeth City and Mrs. Fred Johnson of Manns Harbor; 24 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, December 5, 1952; pg. 2)

Emma Frances Mann

Mrs. Emma Frances Mann, 85, died Wednesday morning [Nov. 20, 1963] at the home in Elizabeth City following a long illness. She was a native of Manns Harbor and had been living in Elizabeth City since 1905. She was the daughter of the late John D. and Louisa Bragg Midgett, widow of T.S. Mann, Sr., a member of City Road Methodist Church and a member of the Woman's Society Of Christian Service. She is survived by two daughters: Mrs. Larry D. Hooks of Fremont and Mrs. J.D. Sawyer of Norfolk; one son, T.S. Mann, Jr. of Elizabeth City; 6 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, November 22, 1963)

Emma Pugh Mann

Mrs. Emma Pugh Mann, 81, of Manteo, died Thursday morning [May 19, 1977]  in the Cahoon Nursing Home, Belhaven, following a short illness. She was a native and life long resident of Manteo. She was a member of the Mt. Olivet United Methodist Church, Manteo, Manteo Rebekah Lodge #52, Roanoke Island Chapter Order of Eastern Star #79. She was the daughter of the late John and Mrs. Elnora Garrison Pugh and the wife of the late Cecil E. Mann. She is survived by three daughters: Mrs. Pearl M. Lewis of Norfolk, Va., Mrs. Helen M. Hunter of Norfolk, Va. and Mrs. Hilda M. Midgett of Manteo; one son, Marvin L. Mann of Manteo; four grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Graveside services were conducted Saturday morning in the Garrison Family Cemetery, Wanchese by the Rev. Henry Bizzell, pastor of Mt. Olivet United Methodist Church.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Tuesday, May 24, 1977)

Epton B. Mann

Epton B. Mann, aged 29, died Thursday [April 16, 1936] at noon at Columbia, N.C. after an illness of three days. He was a native of East Lake, N.C. and had resided with his sister, Mrs. Eloise Merkle of Lynnhaven for two years. He was the son of Mrs. D.H. Hassell and the late M.C. Mann. He is survived by his mother, his wife, Mrs. Helena Cornette Mann, a daughter, Thelma; two sisters: Mrs. Merkle and Mrs. Violet Kellam of Norfolk; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at 1 o'clock at East Lake with the Rev. R.L. Harris, pastor of the East Lake Methodist Church officiating. Pallbearers were W.M. Twiford, R.R. Williams, Len Davis, G.W. Mann and Lindsay Cahoon.  (unknown newspaper)

FUNERAL SERVICES FOR EPTON MANN HELD FRIDAY - Funeral services of Epton Mann, age 29, were held at the East Lake Methodist Church Friday. Mr. Mann was a native of East Lake but was recently living in Norfolk. He died at Frying Pan where he was visiting his brother. His mother, Mrs. D.H. Hassell, two sisters of Norfolk, Mrs. Willard Kellogg [should be Mrs. Williard Kellam] and Mrs. Jimmie Mercle and one brother, Onebo? Mann of Frying Pan, survive. Pallbearers were Heckstall Twiford, C.C. Smith, Connie Twiford and Richard Smith.  (Dare County Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, April 24, 1936; pg. 3)

Gaston Bryan Mann

HAMPTON, VA. - Gaston Bryan Mann, Jr., 63, died Dec. 11 in Hampton. Mr. Mann was born in Manns Harbor and was a lifelong resident of Dare County. He was a manager of the Mann's Recreation Center established in 1946. He was manager from 1958-1973. He was a member of the Manteo Masonic Lodge #521 and a former member of the Nags Head Town Council. He was also a Navy veteran of Korea. He is survived by a daughter, Anna Marie Lynch of Gloucester, Va.; two sons, Gaston Bryan, III, of Atlanta, Ga. and Daniel Craig Mann of Jacksonville, Fl.; a sister, Elva Rae Winslow of Hertford; a brother, Richard Lee "Dick" Mann of Manns Harbor; 5 grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church in Manns Harbor by the Revs. Raymond Wittman and Hobart Burnside.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - December 14, 1993)

Grace Thelma Mann Mann

IN MANTEO - Mrs. Grace Thelma Mann, 76, of Manteo, died June 22nd at 7:00 p.m. in the Albemarle Hospital following a long illness.  Funeral services were held June 24th at 2:00 p.m. in the Mount Olive Methodist Church, Manteo, by Rev. Cliff Shoaf, pastor.  Burial followed in the Manteo Cemetery.  Twiford's Colony Chapel was in charge of arrangements.  She was a native of Manns Harbor and lived in Manteo most of her life.  She was a member of Mount Olive Methodist Church in Manteo and a former member of the choir.  She is survived by two sons: Allen Lee Mann, Jr. of Manteo and Daniel Ferrell Mann of Raleigh; two sisters: Evelyn Evans and Lucette Bliven, both of Manteo; two brothers: Marvin F. Mann of Manteo and Clyde R. Mann of New Smyrna Beach, Fla.; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.  She was the wife of the late Allen Lee Mann, Sr. and the daughter of the late Daniel E. Mann and the late Elma Fulcher Mann.  (The Southern Post [Coinjock, NC] - June 29, 1983; pg. 9)

Grace Sawyer Mann

MANNS HARBOR - Grace Sawyer Mann, 85, died Saturday, Nov. 22, in her Manns Harbor residence. Mrs. Mann was born in Tyrrell County and was a homemaker and member of the Mount Carmel United Methodist Church, United Methodist Women and the Roanoke Island Chapter #79 Order of the Eastern Star. She was the daughter of the late Madison Monroe and Joanne Swindell Sawyer and the wife of the late Alton Guy Mann. Surviving are two sons: Harry Carter Mann of Manns Harbor and Dalton Mann of Preston, Md.; one brother: Calvin Sawyer of Moyock; 7 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Mann was preceded in death by a brother, Marvin Sawyer. A funeral service will be held Nov. 25 in the Mount Carmel United Methodist Church by the Rev. James Tosto. Burial will be in the Mann Family Cemetery. Twiford Colony Chapel in Manteo is handling arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Tuesday, November 25, 1997)

Harry Butler Mann

MANNS HARBOR - Harry Butler Mann, 96, died Dec. 24 in an Elizabeth City hospital. He was a native of Manns Harbor and was retired from civil service and a Merchant Marine. He was a member of the Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church and member of Manteo Masonic Lodge #521. He was the son of the late L. Rosser and Sarah Eliza Tillett Mann and the husband of the late Anna Lee Mann. Surviving are two nieces; Jean B. Green of Elizabeth City and Elva Rae Winslow of Hertford; three nephews: Dalton L. Mann of Friendly, Md., Richard L. Mann and Harry C. Mann, both of Manns Harbor. Funeral services were held Dec. 26 at 2 p.m. in Mount Carmel United Methodist Church by the Rev. Hobart Burnside with burial in the Mann family cemetery. Twiford Colony Chapel, Manteo, handled arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - December 28, 1993)

Hattie Partridge Mann

MRS. HATTIE P. MANN OF MASHOES BURIED MONDAY [Dec. 30, 1956] - Mrs. Hattie P. Mann, 67, died Saturday [Dec. 28] at a Norfolk hospital.  Mrs. Mann had been a resident of Manns Harbor for the past 14 years.  She was born at Nags Head.  She was the daughter of the late Capt. Jesse and Florence Tillett Partridge.  She is survived by three sons, Earl Mann and George Mann of Nags Head and Max Mann of Alexandria, Va.; four daughters, Mrs. Florence Harris of Alexandria, Mrs. Marie Sieber of South Norfolk, Mrs. Iodell Ward of Manns Harbor, and Melba Hydeman of Cleveland, Ohio; two brothers, Willis Partridge of Norfolk and Randolph Partridge of Port Arthur, Tex.; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.  She was a member of the Manns Harbor Methodist Church.  Funeral services were held Monday at the Twiford Funeral Home in Manteo at 2 p.m.  Burial was in the Manteo Cemetery.  Rev. A. L. G. Stephenson, the pastor of the Manns Harbor church conducted the services.  Pall bearers were:  G. C. Gard, Wilbur Pinner, Huff Mann, Ira Spencer, S. T. Tillett and John Midgett.  “Asleep in Jesus,” and “Farther Along,” were sung by T. O. Sutton, Mrs. J. M. Creef, Mrs. Habert Ambrose and Mrs. Wilson Craddock.  The casket was covered by a pall of pink glads, baby breath and fern.  The chapel was overflowing for the first time in many years, attesting the many friends of the deceased.   (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - January 1957)  [Obituary kindly submitted by Arlene Vause]

Hilda Midgett Mann

KILL DEVIL HILLS - Hilda Midgett Mann succumbed to illness on Wednesday, March 17, 2010. She was born November 11, 1921, the daughter of the late George and Ida P. Midgett. She was predeceased by her husband, Bill Mann and brother, Roy Midgett.  She was a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and friend. Left to cherish her memory are daughters, Sidney Sears; Verna Hooper and husband, Horace; Elouise Perry and husband, Vernon; six grandchildren, ten great-grandchildren and several special friends.  A graveside service will be held in Austin Cemetery, Kitty Hawk on Saturday, March 20, 2010 at 11:00 am. The family will receive friends at 1944 Colington Road immediately following the service.  Twiford Funeral Homes' Colony Chapel, Manteo, NC is assisting the family with arrangements.  (Twiford Funeral Home)

Isaac Lamb Mann, Jr.

MANTEO - Isaac Lamb Mann, Jr., 79, of Manteo, died Thursday, November 27 in Clinton, Md.  He was the son of the late Isaac L. Mann, Sr. and Gladys Bowser Mann.  Surviving are two nieces: Della Donald Owens of Clinton, Md. and Ella Mae Delton Simmons of Manteo; three nephews: John Meekins, Dorn Washington and James Eubanks, all of Manteo; and a host of great-nieces and great-nephews, cousins and friends.  Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday, December 2 at Free Grace Baptist Church of Christ, Disciples of Christ with Elder Carrie Holmes, pastor, officiating.  Burial will follow in Haven Creek Baptist Church Cemetery.  The remains will lie in state at the church from noon until time of service.  Visitation will be at the funeral home Monday, Dec. 1 from 5-9 p.m. and at the residence of the deceased at 1324 Burnside Road, Manteo.  Walson Funeral Home, Elizabeth City, is handling arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Sunday, November 30, 2003; pg. 18A)

Iva Mae Mann

MANNS HARBOR - Miss Iva Mae Mann, 57, of Manns Harbor, died June 15 in a Pitt County Hospital. She was a native and life long resident of Manns Harbor, daughter of the late Carl Delton and Mrs. Blanche Midgett Mann. For many years she was the rural route mail carrier for the East Lake, Manns Harbor and Mashoes area of U.S. Postal Service. She was a member of Mount Carmel United Methodist Church where she served as treasurer for the United Methodist Women and chairperson of the Board of Worship. She was a member of the Order of Eastern Star, Chapter No. 79, and Daughters of the American Revolution. Surviving are three brothers: Carl J. Mann, Earl R. Mann and Billie E. Mann, all of Manns Harbor; an uncle, Joseph C. Mann of Manns Harbor; and several nieces and nephews. A church service will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Mount Carmel United Methodist Church by the Rev. Doug Lamb. Burial will follow in the Mount Carmel United Methodist Church Cemetery. The body will be carried to the church at 1 p.m. on Saturday. The family will be at the Twiford Colony Chapel, Manteo, Friday night from 6-8 p.m. and at other times at the home of her brother, Billie E. Mann, Manns Harbor.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - June 1988)  Obituary kindly submitted by Vickie Craddock.

James Gaither Mann

MANNS HARBOR - James Gaither Mann, 76, of Manns Harbor, died Friday, August 23, in a Chesapeake, Va. Hospital.  Mr. Mann, a native of Elizabeth City, was a retired supervisor with West Virginia Pulp & Paper Co. and also worked with Dare County Recycling.  He was a member of Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church.  He was the son of the late Charles Wilse and Mary Everton Mann and was the husband of Zelda Twiford Mann of the home.  He was preceded in death by his first wife, Mary Dale Hazlerigg Mann.  Besides his wife, Zelda T. Mann, he is survived by two daughters: Joann M. Ball of Manns Harbor and Crystal M. Sidwell of Manns Harbor; one step-son, Steve Doshier of East Lake; two sisters: Grace White and Naomi Stallings, both of Manns Harbor; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.  Funeral services will be held at Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church Aug. 26 with the Rev. James Tosto and the Rev. Joseph Puryear officiating.  Burial will be in the Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church Cemetery.  Twiford's Colony Chapel in Manteo is in charge of arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Sunday, August 25, 1996; pg. 10A)

John Mann

John Mann, 78 years old, died suddenly at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Rufus Hopkins, Monday morning. He had been in poor health for several months and suffered two strokes on Sunday. Mr. Mann was a veteran of the Civil War. He is survived by his son, J.V. Mann of this city; three daughters: Mrs. Rufus Hopkins of this city, Mrs. Joe Twiford and Mrs. Walter Twiford of Manns Harbor. The body was taken to Manns Harbor and buried in the family cemetery Tuesday.  (The Independent (Elizabeth City, NC) - Friday, November 21, 1924; pg. 9)

Joseph Caroon Mann

MANNS HARBOR - Joseph Caroon Mann, 99, died Friday, February 23 at his residence. Mr. Mann, a native of Manns Harbor, was retired president of McCracklin Oil Company in Henderson.  He was a member of Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church, Manteo Masonic Lodge #521, the Sudan Temple of New Bern, a past member of the Vance County School Board and the Rotary Club. He also attended King's Business College. He was a son of the late Samuel Edward and Virginia Dare Hayman Mann and the husband of Alfreda Hunter Mann of the residence. Besides his wife, Mr. Mann is survived by a step-daughter, Betty Lynn Allen of San Antonio, Texas; a step-son, Taylor Davenport of Manteo; two nieces: Martha Guidry of Louisana and Virginia West of Manns Harbor; two nephews and their wives: Earl Ray and Rosa jean Mann of Manns Harbor and Billie and Denise Mann of Manns Harbor; a sister-in-law, Elizabeth Britt of Manteo; two brothers-in-law: Roy Hunter of High Point and Edwin Hunter of Tallahassee, Fla.; 7 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church on Monday, Feb. 26 with the Rev. Jim Tosto officiating. The men of the church and Dr. Mitch Jenkins served as honorary pallbearers. Burial was in the church cemetery. Twiford's Colony Chapel in Manteo is handling arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Tuesday, Feb. 27, 2001; pg. 11A)

Lathan Mann

FISHERMAN DROWNS - Lathan Mann, 30 years old, was drowned at Nags Head Thursday evening about 7 o'clock when the dory containing him and his brother Dewey Mann capsized in the breakers while they were trying to reach a net they had set in the ocean. A strong tide sweeping down the coast had filled their net with grass and they had put out in the dory in an attempt to free the net before the fish should come. They were both experienced fishermen but the sea was unusually rough and the heavy dory handled badly with only two men at the oars. Dewey Mann was able to swim ashore. Lathan Mann had a wife and two children who survive him. The body was recovered that night when the net was hauled ashore.  (The Independent (Elizabeth City, NC) - Tuesday, October 3, 1922; pg. 6)

Lessie Irene Perry Mann

MANNS HARBOR - Lessie Irene Perry Mann, 88, of 6811 Old Manns Harbor Road, left this life peacefully at her residence on Saturday, June 30 in Manns Harbor, NC.  A lifelong native of Dare County, “Miss Lessie” as she was affectionately known by many, grew up in Kitty Hawk.  She was the third of five children born to Herbert and Mary Perry.  She married Richard “Dick” Mann and they were lifelong partners for 71 years.  She was a full-time mother to three daughters and an astute business-woman; owned and managed three motel establishments and a mobile home park in Nags Head and Manns Harbor.  She was blessed with many friends along the way and remembered for her hospitality both in her home and business establishments in the “golden years” of Old Nags Head.  Miss Lessie is survived by her husband, Richard Mann, of the home; her sister, Mildred Perry Foreman of Kitty Hawk; her three daughters, Frances M. Jolliff of Manteo, Janet Jackson of Godwin, and Cyndy M. Holda of Manns Harbor; three grandchildren, Missy Newman, Renee Jolliff, and Mitchell Holda, two great-grandsons, Reece and Darrell Newman and many nieces, nephews and cousins.  She is predeceased by her two brothers, Captain Lee Perry and Pernell J. Perry of Kitty Hawk.  Miss Lessie and Richard loved to tour the American West in their motor homes and visit national parks across the United States.  Lessie was a member of Eastern Star and actively involved in high school sports with all three of her daughters and an avid Tarheel basketball fan.  Her smiling face, love of family, spirit and drive was characteristic of a true “Outer Banker.”  A funeral and celebration of Miss Lessie’s life will be held at the Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church on Friday, July 6 at 11:00 a.m. with interment immediately following the service.  Twiford Funeral Home, Manteo, NC is assisting the family with arrangements.  (Twiford Funeral Home)

Maria [Perez] Mann

LAREDO, TEX. - Maria "Granny" Mann, 97, died July 2 at Mercy Hospital in Laredo. Mrs. Mann was born in Texas. She was the widow of Ephraim Lee Mann, Sr. and made her home in Manteo for 30 some years. She was a member of Holy Redeemer Catholic Church while on the Outer Banks. She is survived by six grandchildren: Sharon Ambrose of Manns Harbor, Linda Sawyer of Manteo, Donna Garrison, Kenneth Mann and Jenny O'Neal, all of Wanchese and Harry Hayman, Jr. of Florida; 18 great-grandchildren and many great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held July 5 in Laredo with Joe Jackson Heights Funeral Home handling arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - July 4, 1993)

Marie Quidley Mann

JACKSONVILLE - Marie Quidley Mann, 92, former resident of Elizabeth City and Beaufort, died Wednesday, May 21, at Onslow Hospital in Jacksonville. She was born in the crew quarters at the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, the daughter of the late John Bunyon and Emma Zane Midgett Quidley, (her parents married on the day of the Wright brothers first flight). She was a 50 year member of the Order of the Eastern Star, Beaufort, the Rebecca Lodge #62 and a member of the First United Methodist Church in Elizabeth City. She was the widow of Samuel M. Mann. Mrs. Mann is survived by three brothers: William Lewis Quidley, Sr. of Jacksonville, James I. Quidley of Williamston, N.J. and Jethro Quidley of Beaufort; nieces and nephews. A graveside service was conducted Friday, May 23, in the Old Hollywood Cemetery in Elizabeth City. Twiford's Memorial Chapel in Elizabeth City was in charge of arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Sunday, May 25, 1997)

Marvin Leslie Mann

MANTEO - Marvin Leslie Mann, 68, of Devon St., died Nov. 13, at his residence.  A native of Skyco, Roanoke Island, Dare County, he was the son of the late Cecil Ervin and Emma Pugh Mann and the husband of Ruby Cutrell Mann, of the home. He was a retired parts manager for Murray's Auto Supply. He was a member of Mount Olivet United Methodist Church and Manteo Masonic Lodge #521 AF & AM. Besides his wife, Mr. Mann is survived by 3 sisters: Pearl M. Lewis and Helen M. Hunter, both of Manteo, and Hilda M. Midgett of Manns Harbor; and several nieces and nephews. A chapel service will be conducted Thursday, Nov. 15, at 2 p.m. in Twiford Colony Chapel, Manteo, by the Rev. Clarence Garner. Entombment will follow in Roanoke Island Memorial Gardens. Twiford's Funeral Home, Manteo, is in charge of arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Thursday, Nov. 15, 1990)

Mary O'Neal Mann

Mrs. Mary O'Neal Mann, 64, of Manns Harbor died in Columbia Hospital on Thursday [Dec. 13, 1962] of a lingering illness. She had been hospitalized for the past five months. Mrs. Mann was born on Colington Island in March of 1898 and was the daughter of the late John O'Neal and Martha Clark (should be Crank). She was the wife of the late Alexander Mann. Funeral services will be conducted in Twiford's Chapel in Manteo with the Rev. C.R. Olson of Mt. Carmel Methodist Church officiating. Burial will follow at Twiford's Cemetery in Manns Harbor. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Ambrose of Manteo; two brothers: Leonard O'Neal of Poplar Branch and Albert O'Neal of Colington; three sisters: Mrs. Mattie Ward of Great Bridge, Va., Mrs. Sophia O'Neal of Kitty Hawk and Mrs. Gaston Mann of Nags Head; one grandchild.  (unknown newspaper)

Max Elbert Mann

MANTEO, N.C. - Max Elbert Mann, 69, a native of Manns Harbor, died in his home [March 31, 1983]. He was a tugboat engineer and had retired from a job at Daniels Oil Co. Mann was a member of Mount Carmel United Methodist Church in Manns Harbor. Survivors include a son, Rodney Clark Mann of Norfolk, Va. and a sister, Alma Ward of Elizabeth City. The graveside service will be conducted at 11 a.m. today in Twiford Family Cemetery in Manns Harbor by Rev. Carroll Daniels. The family will be at the home of Earl Midgett, Ananias Dare Street, Manteo, and will assemble at 10:30 a.m. today at Twiford Colony Chapel.  (The Virginian Pilot [Norfolk, VA] - April 2, 1983)

Max Frederick Mann

MANTEO - Max Frederick Mann, 79, of Manteo, died Sunday Dec. 17. Born in Wanchese, he was the son of the late George W. Mann and Hattie Virginia Partridge Mann. Mr. Mann was a retired postmaster for the District of Columbia Prison System and a WWII Army veteran. Mr. Mann is survived by his wife, Beatrice Mae Midgett Mann of the home; two sisters: Florence Harris of Culpepper, Va. and Iodell Ward of Anderson, California. Funeral services will be held Tuesday Dec. 19 at Twiford's Colony Chapel with the Rev. Herbert Hemingway and the Rev. Robert Bundy officiating. Entombment will follow at Roanoke Island Memorial Gardens.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Tuesday, December 19, 1995)

Onella Midgett Mann

MANNS HARBOR - Onella Midgett Mann, 89, died Sunday, June 4, 2006 at her residence. Mrs. Mann was born in Manns Harbor and was employed by Mann’s Red & White Grocery Store in Wanchese. She was a member of Mount Carmel United Methodist Church who instilled in her life a strong faith in God. Mrs. Mann was the daughter of the late V.G. Midgett and the late Maggie Gard Midgett and the widower of Edwin “Huff” Mann. Mrs. Mann accompanied her husband nightly while he served as Bridge Tender. Her family was the most important aspect of her life and she was in touch with them daily. They considered her the rock of the Mann family. She loved her home in Manns Harbor and was an avid Atlanta Braves Fan. She is survived by two daughters; Maggie Payne in Manns Harbor and Sylvia Perlakowski of Manteo; one son, Orman L. Mann and wife Linda of Wanchese; a former daughter-in-law, Nancy Mann Wiseman; 10 grandchildren, 21 great grandchildren and 8 great- great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one son, Murray “Joe Boy” Mann and one brother, Lloyd Ken Midgett and a step-mother, Irma Tillett Midgett. A celebration of life will be held at Mt. Carmel United Methodist Church on Wednesday, June 7, 2006 at 2:00 P.M. with Rev. Bettie Frances, Rev. Bill Cottingham and Dr. David Dalton officiating. Burial will take place in the Mount Carmel UMC Cemetery. The family will receive friends at Twiford Funeral Home, Manteo, on Tuesday, June 6th, from 7:00 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.  Twiford’s Colony Chapel, Manteo, is assisting the family with arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Tuesday, June 6, 2006; pg. 12A)

Orman Lee Mann

WANCHESE - Orman Lee Mann, 77, of Wanchese, died Saturday, May 4, 2013 at his residence. Born in Manns Harbor, he was the son of the late Edwin Huff Mann and Onella Midgett Mann. He was the owner of Mann’s Hardware in Wanchese, a member of Bethany United Methodist Church and Manteo Lodge #521 AF & AM, a former county commissioner, served on the Oregon Inlet Waterways Commission, and served his country honorably in the U.S. Coast Guard.  Mr. Mann is survived by his wife, Linda Gaskill Mann of the residence; two daughters, Debbie Daniels and husband, Steve of Manteo and Chetty Parker and husband, Craig of Wanchese; a son, Orman Mann, Jr. and wife, Rebecca of Wanchese;  a sister, Sylvia Perlakowski of Manteo; six grandchildren, Lisa Morrisette, Barry Daniels, Laura Mann, Kylee, Amber and Myles Mann; and five great grandchildren, Taylor and Katelynn Morrisette, Ansley Daniels, Maiya Ribeiro, and Braydon Mann, along with numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.  Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister, Maggie Payne, a brother, Murry “Jo Boy” Mann, and a grandson, Craig “Boo” Parker, Jr.  A funeral service will be held on Tuesday, May 7, 2013 at 3:00 PM at Bethany United Methodist Church by the Rev. Dr. Jerome Smith. Burial will be in Cudworth Cemetery. The family will receive friends and relatives in the social hall of the church immediately following the service and at other times will be at the residence.  Twiford Funeral Home, Manteo, NC is assisting the family with arrangements.  (Twiford Funeral Home)

Raymond Lee Mann

MANTEO - Raymond Lee Mann, born Dec. 6, 1951, died July 7, 1999 at Chesapeake General Hospital after a 13-year valiant battle with brain cancer. Surviving are his wife, Beverly Mann of the home; two children: Travis Lee Mann of Richville, NY and Michelle Lee Mann of San Angelo, Texas; two grandchildren; his mother, Lois Jean Kersey Mann of Russells Point, Ohio; his father, Capt. Dewey E. Mann, Jr. & step-mother, Julia Mann of Wanchese; sister Sharon Mann Price and husband Gary and family of Bellefontaine, Ohio; and a half-brother, Dewey E. Mann, III and wife Amy of Concord, NC. After his birth, he and his family moved to the Panama Canal Zone where his father was a pilot on the Panama Canal. Ray spent several of his school years stateside. He attended Miami Military Academy, Castle Heights Military Academy in Lebanon, TN, Bennetsville High School in Bennetsville, SC, and he attended the Harry Ludenburg School of Seamanship in Piney Point, MD where he worked for the Seafarers International Union, then served in the U.S. Merchant Marines. Ray volunteered for service in the U.S. Army during the height of the Vietnam War and was a member of an Elite Company of the 82nd Airborne. Later he became a commercial fisherman and fished from Peru to the Canadian borders. He has also been an ironworker. Ray was greatly instrumental in the incorporation of the Outer Banks Cancer Support Group, Inc. which was incorporated in 1991, fulfilling a dream of a former member and friend, Alice Kelly, and a great need on the Outer Banks. He was elected the groups first president and served for 8 of 9 years that the group has been in existence. It was during this term he served as a volunteer in the park for the National Park Service at Cape Lookout National Seashore where he and his wife were married. Mr. Mann was a recipient of two Governor's Awards--one for the Outer Banks Cancer Support Group and a personal one for himself; and DVAC Awards for Outstanding Volunteerism. The Outer Banks Cancer Support Group, a volunteer non-profit organization, was his main purpose in life, to help other cancer patients and their families with nurturing and support first, and a transportation system to get cancer patients to and from cancer treatment centers, hospitals and doctors' appointments. Ray was also an organ donor, and his selfless efforts to help in this capacity were realized upon his death. A memorial service will be held at 7 p.m. today in the chapel of Twiford's Funeral Home in Manteo, NC.  (The Virginian-Pilot [Norfolk, VA] - July 1999)

Richard Lee Mann

MANNS HARBOR - Richard Lee Mann, 88, of 6811 Old Manns Harbor Road, left this life peacefully at his residence on December 18, 2012 in Manns Harbor, NC.  A lifelong native of Dare County, “Capt. Dick” as he was known to many, grew up in Manns Harbor.  Born June 5, 1924 to Gaston and Mamie Beasley Mann, he is preceded in death by his beloved wife of 71 years, Lessie Perry Mann.  He was raised by William “Bug” Tillett and his wife “Miss Matt” (Mattie Beasley Tillett), sister to Mamie.  He was an avid waterman and in the early years of his life made a living for his family as a commercial fisherman back in the days when fishing, crabbing and guiding for duck hunters were major industries in Dare County.  He married “Miss Lessie” from Kitty Hawk and they were lifelong partners in the real estate and motel business.  They built, owned and managed three of the first “tourist homes” and motels on the Outer Banks and later operated a mobile home park in Manns Harbor.  Richard was blessed to share a life with family and friends from all over the country and will be remembered for the hospitality that his family extended to everyone who visited their home and business establishments in Old Nags Head and Manns Harbor.  He is survived by his three daughters, Frances M. Jolliff of Manteo, Janet Jackson of Godwin, and Cyndy M. Holda of Manns Harbor; a sister, Elva Rae Winslow of Hertford, four grandchildren, Missy Newman, Renee Jolliff, Mitchell R. Holda, and Beverly Jana Mitchell, three great-grandsons, Reece Newman, Darrell Newman, Dare Mitchell, and many nieces, nephews and cousins.  Funeral services will be held at Mount Carmel United Methodist Church, Manns Harbor, on Friday, December 21, 2012 at 1:00 pm with Rev. Ken Mann officiating.  Interment will follow in the church cemetery.  Twiford Funeral Home, Manteo, NC is assisting the family with arrangements.  (Twiford Funeral Home)

Rosa Jean Twiford Mann

MANNS HARBOR - Rosa Jean Twiford Mann, 75, of Manns Harbor died Tuesday, August 17, 2010 in Barco, NC. Born in Dare County, NC, she was the daughter of the late Sherman and Mabel Mann Twiford. She was a former secretary with Ben Franklin and Sears and was a member of Mount Carmel United Methodist Church and its United Methodist Women, the Manns Harbor Quilting Group, a former member of the Dare County Board of Elections, and was a former president and long time member of the Manns Harbor Woman’s Club.  Mrs. Mann is survived by her husband, Earl Ray Mann; two sons, Sherman Lee Gard and wife, Sammie and Clyde Gard and wife, Robin all of Manns Harbor; a sister, Elma Twiford Twyne of Manteo; a brother-in-law, Billie Edward Mann and wife, Denise of Manns Harbor; five grandchildren, Jeffery Gard, Billy Gard, Lisa Gard Smith, Timothy Gard, and Samantha Gard Park and nine great grandchildren.  A funeral service will be held on Friday, August 20, 2010 at 2:00 PM at Mount Carmel United Methodist Church by the Rev. Bettie Francis. Burial will follow in the church cemetery. The family will receive friends and relatives at Twiford Funeral Home, Manteo on Thursday from 6:00 to 8:00 PM and at other times will be at the home of Sherman and Sammie Gard, 7612 Croatan Ridge, Manns Harbor, NC 27953.  Twiford Funeral Homes’ Colony Chapel, Manteo, NC is assisting the family with arrangements.  (Twiford Funeral Home)

Ruby Cutrell Mann

MANTEO - Ruby Cutrell Mann, 96, of Manteo, died Wednesday, May 5, 2010 in her residence. Mrs. Mann was born in Fairfield in Hyde County, NC and was a former proprietor of Drafty Tavern and former owner of Airport Café and retired from the Dareolina Restaurant. She was a member of Mount Olivet United Methodist Church.   She was the daughter of the late Dan and Mary Cutrell Cutrell and was predeceased by her husbands, Marvin Leslie Mann and Joe Daniels.  She is survived by and cared for by her nieces, Hope Dough, Selma Watson and Kathy Spencer all of Manteo, Carolyn Cutrell of Fairfield, Nell Cox of Middleton, June, Janet and Joanne all of Virginia, and her nephew, Vernon Barrington of Manteo.  A celebration of life will be held in Mount Olivet United Methodist Church on Friday, May 7, 2010 at 2:00 pm by Rev. Jerry Cribb and Rev. Tom Murphy. Entombment will be in Roanoke Island Memorial Gardens. Friends may join the family at Twiford Funeral Home on Thursday from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. The family will gather at the home at 206 Devon Street on Friday to receive friends at 12:30 until time of service.  Twiford Funeral Homes' Colony Chapel, Manteo, NC is assisting the family with arrangements.  (Twiford Funeral Home)

Sabra Tillett Mann

MRS. SABRA E. MANN DIED IN ELIZABETH CITY HOME - Mrs. Sabra E. Mann, 80, of Elizabeth City, died Wednesday afternoon at her home after an illness of two weeks. Funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon at 4:00 in the First Methodist Church with Rev. Allen P. Brantley officiating. Burial was in Hollywood Cemetery. Mrs. Mann was a native of Dare County, being the daughter of the late Avery and Penelope Ann Mann Tillett of Manns Harbor, and the widow of the late W.W. Mann. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. John C. Evans of Manteo; one son, Sam N. Mann of Elizabeth City; four half-sisters: Mrs. A.C. Mann of Manteo, Mrs. Francis Jones of Baltimore, Md., Mrs. W.O. Barnett and Mrs. J.A. Tillett of Pasquotank County; four half-brothers: A.B. Tillett, Will Tillett and T.A. Tillet of Manns Harbor, and G.A. Tillett of Elizabeth City; seven grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews. Among those attending the funeral from Manteo were Mrs. John C. Evans, Miss Ruth Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Basnight. Mrs. Evans had been at her mother's bedside sicne the beginning of her illness.  (Dare County Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, September 14, 1945; pg. 1)

Sarah Eliza Mann

Mrs. Sarah Eliza Mann, 75, died in her sleep Wednesday night at her home in Manns Harbor.  She was found dead by members of her family at 9:20 a.m. Thursday.  She had been in failing health for a long period.  Mrs. Mann was the wife of Leo R. Mann for nearly 60 years; was the daughter of the late Willis and Nancy Tillett of Manns Harbor, where she was a lifelong resident.  She was a member of the Manns Harbor Methodist Church.  She is survived by five children: Gaston Mann of Nags Head, Guy Mann and Mrs. Calvin Beasley of Manns Harbor, Harry Mann of Okalahoma City, Okla., and Mrs. Ina M. Waterfield of Washington, DC; one brother, Charles T. Tillett of Norfolk; and one sister, Mrs. Guy F. Hudgins of Elizabeth City.  There are seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.  Funeral arrangements were not complete at the time the paper went to press.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, March 30, 1951; pg. 1)

Funeral services were held at Mt. Carmel Methodist Church at 1 p.m. on Sunday for Mrs. Sara Eliza Mann, 75, of Manns Harbor, who died the night of March 28.  The Rev. Tracy Varnum conducted the rites.  Interment was in the Mann Cemetery.  Music was supplied during the service by the church choir and by Mrs. Forrest Sawyer and Miss Lina Gard, who sang a duet.  They were accompanied by Mrs. Martha Creef.  Pallbearers were Ira Spencer, Jaccie Burrus, Huff Mann, Cleveland Gard, Wilbur Pinner and Larry Midgett.  [The list of survivors is the same as above.]  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, April 6, 1951; pg. 1)

Sarah Elizabeth Tillett Mann

Funeral services were held at an Elizabeth City funeral home Sunday afternoon for Sarah Elizabeth Mann, Dare County native, who died at her home in Elizabeth City last Friday morning [April 27, 1951].  The Revs. L.A. Jackson and W.R. Stephens conducted the rites.  Interment was in Hollywood Cemetery.  Mrs. Mann resided in Elizabeth City during the last years of her life.  She was a member of the Church of Christ.  Born the daughter of Samuel and Melissa Tillett, she became the widow of the late P.D. Mann [should be T.D. Mann].  Survivors are five daughters: Mrs. N.C. Hoffler of Portsmouth, Mrs. W.M. Munden of Portlock, Va., Mrs. H.M. Culpepper, Mrs. John E. Gaskins and Mrs. Jessie Jordan of Elizabeth City; a sister, Mrs. John T. Combs of Columbia; and two brothers: C.W. and J.S. Mann of Elizabeth City.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, May 4, 1951; pg. 8)

Shirley Castellow Simmons Mann

KITTY HAWK - Beloved mother and true friend Shirley Castellow Simmons Mann went to be with the Lord March 17, 2003 at Maryview Medical Center in Portsmouth. Mrs. Mann was the widow of Capt. Marvin Mann. He parents, Clarence G. Castellow and Annie Myrtle Castellow and a brother, Eugene Bull Castellow predeceased her. A daughter, Anna Simmons, a son, Hank Simmons and a grandchild, Joshua Adams, also met her in heaven. Mrs. Mann is survived by six children: Ronnie Cooper, Sr. and wife Mabel Cooper of Currituck; son Jerals Cooper of Denver, Colorado; daughter Kathleen Plyler and husband Bill of Manteo; daughter, Eileen Adams of Fenton, Michigan; son Timothy Simmons and wife Debbie Riley of Florida; daughter Sandra Lovelace and husband Rick of Chesapeake; 7 grandchildren & 5 great-grandchildren; a sister, Eloise Cuquet of Kitty Hawk. Mrs. Mann was born in Norfolk on Sept. 20, 1930 [tombstone states Sept. 20, 1928] and grew up in Elizabeth City, N.C. She lived in Trenton, N.J. for 25 years where she was a surrogate mother to many including her beloved Paula Trapani. For more than the last 20 years she was a resident of the Outer Banks. Mrs. Mann will be remembered for her loving and generous spirit and her love of reading, traveling and music. A celebration of her life will be held Thursday at Twiford's Chapel in Manteo with a memorial service at 11 a.m. on Friday. Burial will follow at Manteo Cemetery.  (The Virginian-Pilot [Norfolk, VA]  - unknown date)

Tiffany Ann Mann

Tiffany Ann Mann of Slidell, La., died Saturday, October 31, in New Orleans as a result of an automobile accident. She was 18. A native of Dare County, Miss Mann had lived in Slidell for the past 9 years. She was a student at Slidell High School and a member of the town's Aldersgate United Methodist Church. Miss Mann was the daughter of Karen G. Mann of Slidell and Edward L. Mann, Sr. of Manteo. Besides her parents, she is survived by a brother and sister, Edward L. Mann, Jr. and Cheryl L. Mann, both of Slidell; paternal grandparents, Betty Alice and Allen Mann of Manteo; maternal grandparents, Rosalie and Jesse Groce of New Orleans; and two uncles, Jayson C. Thorne and Douglas Groce. Funeral services will be held at Mt. Olivet United Methodist Church Thursday, Nov. 5, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Dennis Goodwin officiating. Burial will be in the Manteo Cemetery. Twiford Colony Chapel in Manteo is in charge of arrangements.  (Outer Banks Sentinel [Nags Head, NC] - Thursday, Nov. 5, 1998)

William H. Mann

NORFOLK, VA. - William H. Mann, 83, died February 5 in the Veterans Hospital in Hampton. Born in Wanchese, the son of William H. Mann and Katie Baum, he was raised in Norfolk. He was predeceased by a sister, Mary Elizabeth Ritt, and a son, Lawrence L. Mann. He survived the Bataan and Corregidor Death March and 3 /12 years as a POW. He owned and operated "Tommy the Glassmann".  He was the recipient of a Purple Heart and the Bronze Star, and was also a 50-year member of the D.A.V. Chapter 4, the VFW Post 4809, the American Legion Post 280 and the American Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor. There will be no service or memorial at his request. Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home, Tidewater Drive Chapel, is handling arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Thursday, Feb. 14, 1999; pg. 12A)

William Henry Mann

William Henry Mann, 77, died Monday [Feb. 23, 1970] in Kingsville, Md. where he was making his home with his daughter, Mrs. Mary Mann Ritt. Funeral services were held in Twiford's Island Chapel in Manteo with the Rev. H.M. Wilkinson of Kitty Hawk Methodist Church officiating. Burial was in the family plot at Mashoes. Mr. Mann was a native of Mashoes, a son of the late George Kenneth and Martha Cullipher Mann and a widower. He was a retired carpenter and a member of Mount Carmel Methodist Church in Manns Harbor. Surviving are one son, William Hearn Mann of Norfolk, Va.; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Mann Ritt of Kingsville, Md.; two brothers, Ephraim Mann of Manteo and Dewey Mann of Wanchese; two grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - February 26, 1970)

William Lathan Mann

KILL DEVIL HILLS - William Lathan Mann, 73, the retired owner of W.L. Mann Concrete Co., died Oct. 16, 1988 in his home. Mr. Mann was a native of Dare County, N.C. Survivors include his wife, Hilda Midgett Mann; three daughters including Verna M. Hooper of Virginia Beach; 6 grandchildren and a great-grandchild. The graveside service will be conducted at 11 a.m.  (The Virginian Pilot [Norfolk, VA] - unknown date)

Zelda Doshier Mann

NAGS HEAD - Zelda Doshier Mann, 86, died Sept. 13, 2004, in Britthaven Nursing Home. Mrs. Mann was born in East Lake and was a resident of Manteo before entering Britthaven Nursing Home. She retired from civil service as a clerk for the Naval Supply Center at Norfolk Naval Base. She was a member of the Mount Olivet United Methodist Church, the Outer Banks Woman's Club and Roanoke Island Garden Club. Mrs. Mann was the daughter of the late John Wesley Twiford and the late Melissa Everton Twiford and was the widow of Floyd Curtis Doshier and James Mann. She is survived by a son, Steve Doshier and wife Rosemarie of East Lake; two stepdaughters, Joann Mann Ball and husband Sam and Crystal Mann Sidwell and husband Jim, all of Manns Harbor; a sister, Juanita White and husband Roy of Forest, Va.; eight grandchildren, Ernest Doshier and wife Darlene of Ocracoke, Matthew Doshier and Kelly Gunter of East Lake, Stephanie Doshier of Kill Devil Hills, Kathryn Landazuri and husband Alfredo of Manns Harbor, Sam Ball II and wife Deanne of Hickory, Brian Ball and wife Christine of Kill Devil Hills, Renee Burrus and husband Darren of Buxton and Jocelyn Sidwell of Virginia Beach; 12 great-grandchildren, Tyler Doshier, Alexandra Doshier, Jordan Doshier, Jacob Barnes, Jozi Barnes, all of East Lake, Brianna Landazuri of Manns Harbor, Alex Ball, Haley Ball of Hickory, Abby Ball, Elizabeth Ball of Kill Devil Hills, Ashley Burrus and Adrianne Burrus of Buxton. A celebration of life will be held at Twiford's Colony Chapel, Manteo, Friday at 11 a.m. with the Rev. Anthony Ralph officiating. Burial will take place in the Manteo Cemetery. The family will receive friends at the funeral home Thursday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and other times at the home of Steve and Rosemarie Doshier in East Lake.  (The Virginian Pilot [Norfolk, VA] - Wednesday, September 15, 2004)

Iris Midgett Manuel

SULPHUR, LA - Iris Midgett Manuel, 68, of Sulphur, La. and former resident for many years of Manteo, died, Sunday, August 24, 2003, in Sulphur, La.  Mrs. Manuel was born in Norfolk, Va and was a homemaker and member of Mount Olivet United Methodist Church.  Mrs. Manuel was the daughter of the late Vance L. and Ina Midgett Cudworth and the wife of Dan Manuel.  Besides her husband surviving are one daughter; Tina Marie Richie of Fort Apache, Az, three sons; Lindsey Midgett, Jr of Lake Charles, La, Jeffrey Lee Midgett of Manteo and Michael Allen Midgett, three sisters; Lois Saunders of Manteo, Wilma Scarborough and Jean C. Daniels both of Wanchese. one brother; Louis Cudworth of Bel Aire, Md and six grandchildren.  A celebration of life will be held Saturday, August 30, 2003, at 11:00 a.m. in Mount Olivet United Methodist Church by the Rev. George Speake. Burial will be in Cudworth Cemetery. Friends may join the family at Twiford’s Funeral Home, Friday, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Twiford’s Colony Chapel Manteo is assisting the Manuel family.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Tuesday, August 26, 2003; pg. 15A)

Cynthia Fulcher Marcos

Mrs. Cynthia Fulcher Marcos, 60, of Norfolk, Va., died in a hospital Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 20 [1973]. She was a Hatteras Island native, the daughter of Arthur and Mollie Fulcher of Frisco, and widow of George Fulcher. She had lived in Norfolk for 41 years. Funeral services were held in Bethany Free Will Baptist Church, Norfolk, Nov. 23 and the burial was in Forest Lawn Cemetery, Norfolk. Besides her parents, she is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Solhaug, Minneapols, Minn., and Mrs. Alice Daughenbough, Norfolk, her sister.  (unknown newspaper)

Jane Elizabeth Barns Marcus

FRISCO - Jane Elizabeth Marcus, 62, of Frisco died December 13, 2011. Born in Baltimore, MD, she was the daughter of the late Peter Barns and Jane Elizabeth Murphy Barns.  She is survived by two daughters, Holly Marcus of Frisco, NC and Nikki Skae of Buxton, NC; two grandchildren, Alex Peele, and Bradley Culican.  A memorial service will be held at Hatteras Assembly of God on Tuesday, December 20, 2011 at 1:00 pm.  Twiford Funeral Home, Manteo, NC is assisting the family with arrangements.  (Twiford Funeral Home)

Catherine Burrus Marion

VIRGINIA BEACH - Mrs. Catherine Burrus Marion, 47, a native of Hatteras, N.C. and a Methodist, died Friday [March 8, 1974] in a hospital. Surviving are five sisters: Mrs. Norma Sandifer and Mrs. Asadora Anderson of Norfolk, and Mrs. Ira Berry, Mrs. Ellen Midgett, and Mrs. Dorothy Gibbs of Virginia Beach; and a brother, Roscoe Burrus of Hatteras. A funeral service will be held [rest of obituary was continued on another page and is missing] (unknown newspaper)

Linda Minor Marks

AVON - Linda Minor Marks, 55, of Starboard Drive, Avon died Friday, December 25, 2009 at her home. Born in Williamsburg, VA, she was the daughter of the late Charles M. and Alice McKown Minor. She was a former retail sales associate in the banking industry and was a member of the Cape Hatteras Anglers Club  Mrs. Marks is survived by her husband, Bryant Eugene Marks of the home; a daughter, Bonnie Lynn Marks of Williamsburg; a son, Steven Eugene Marks and wife Melissa of Gloucester; a granddaughter, Marley Jo Marks of Gloucester; two sisters, Mary Morgan and husband Dave of Avon and Betty Readel and husband Donald of Williamsburg; and a sister-in-law, Lois Minor of Williamsburg. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Marks was preceded in death by a grandson, Kaden Bryant Marks and a brother, Charles M. Minor, Jr.   Memorial services will be held on Tuesday, December 29, 2009 at 7:00 PM in the fellowship hall of the York River Baptist Church and on Monday, January 4, 2009 at 7:00 PM at Cape Hatteras Anglers Club.  Twiford Funeral Homes, Island Chapel, Hatteras, NC is assisting the family with arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Tuesday, December 29, 2009; pg. 11A)

Retha Joyce Creef Marsh

Retha Joyce Creef Marsh, 81, of 905 W. Elizabeth St., Elizabeth City, NC, died Monday, May 17, 2010 at Sentara Virginia Beach General Hospital, Virginia Beach, VA. Mrs. Marsh, a native of Dare County, was the daughter of the late Van Creef and Lola Ann Alexander Creef and the wife of the late Monty Monroe Marsh.  Mrs. Marsh is survived by a son, Terry Wayne Marsh and his wife Catherine of Terrytown, LA; two grandchildren, Jennifer Engolia and her husband Joey and Terry W. Marsh, Jr.; two great-grandchildren, Joseph Monty Waters and Lillie Simone Engolia; and two sisters, Grace Whidbee and her husband Mack of Elizabeth City, NC and Marjorie Bafford of Baltimore, MD. Along with her parents and her husband, she was preceded in death by her daughter, Retha Gail Marsh; her son, Charles Wayne Marsh; sisters, Ruby Grimstead, Iva Mae Thornton, Iris Mae Smith and Delma Bateman; brothers, Archie Creef, Gilbert Creef and Bill Creef.  A funeral service will be held on Thursday, May 20, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. at Twiford’s Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Rick Lowery officiating. Burial will be in West Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery. The family will receive friends in the lobby of the funeral home following the service and at other times at the residence. Twiford Funeral Homes, Memorial Chapel, 405 East Church Street, Elizabeth City, NC is assisting the Marsh family.  (Twiford Funeral Home)

Charlotte Scarborough Marshall

Charlotte S. “Nanny” Marshall, a resident of Whitehurst Manor, passed away peacefully Dec. 14, 2005. Born in Wanchese, N.C., she was retired from Sovran Bank. She was predeceased by her parents, Ignatius and Izetta Scarborough; brother, Robert; sisters, Margaret Barnes, Sara Flora and Mary Napier. She is survived by one sister, Matilda Malbon; four children, Cindi Fulgham and husband Bubba, Don Marshall and wife Nicole, Vance Marshall and wife Melissa and Meg Estes and husband Dave; eight grandchildren, Rob, Adam, Billy, Mick, Matthew, David, Hunter and Hannah; and her beloved dog, Cookie. Charlotte was a good mother and an even better Nanny. She truly will be missed. She was a member of Bayside Baptist Church. Charlotte will be cremated and a memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. Monday at Bayside Baptist Church, 1920 Pleasure House Road, Virginia Beach. The family will be at the home of Meg Estes at 818 Reading Road in Park Place from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday to greet family and friends. We’ll miss you, Nanny and “our little ole Troll,” more than I'll ever know. (The Virginian Pilot [Norfolk, VA] - December 17, 2005)

Mabel Twiford Marshall

NORFOLK - Mabel Twiford Marshall, 94, died November 19, 1998, in her home. Mrs. Marshall was born in East Lake, N.C. She was a member of Ghent United Methodist Church and was past president of the Ladies Auxiliary, BPOE #38. Survivors include two daughters: Barbara VanBuskirk of Florida and Shirley J. Marshall of Norfolk; a son, Harold T. "Buck" Marshall of Norfolk; 13 grandchildren & 22 great-grandchildren. A funeral will be conducted at 1 p.m. Saturday in Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home by the Rev. H. Leroy Seibert. Burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery.  (The Virginian Pilot [Norfolk, VA] - Friday, Nov. 20, 1998)

Cornelia Ingram Martin

BUXTON, NC - Cornelia Ingram Martin, 86, formerly of Pfafftown, NC, died Tuesday, August 11, in Nags Head. Born in Forsyth County, NC, she was the daughter of the late James Harvey Ingram and Cornelia Craddock Ingram and was the widow of David Wesley Martin, Jr.  Mrs. Martin is survived by two daughters, Carol Rogers and husband Ron of Advance, NC and Debbie Martin of Buxton, NC; four grandchildren, Aaron K. Felton, Meredith Wilson, and David Edwards all of Buxton, NC and Greg Rogers of Advance, NC; a step granddaughter, Kimberly Dillingham of Sherrills Ford, NC; a step grandson, Brad Rogers and wife Lee Ann of Advance, NC; and seven great grandchildren.  A memorial service will be held in Buxton, NC. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to your local hospice organization.  Twiford Funeral Homes, Island Chapel, Hatteras, NC is assisting the family with arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Sunday, August 16, 2009; pg. 8A)

Gregory Lawrence Martin

KITTY HAWK - Gregory Lawrence Martin, 50, of Kitty Hawk, died on Tuesday, October 9, 2012 at The Outer Banks Hospital. He was born in Norfolk, VA, attended Norfolk Catholic School, graduated from Maury High School, and was an avid golfer, surfer, and snow skier. Greg was a very caring and outgoing individual who would do anything for anybody.  His unique group of friends he had, every one of them considered him to be an icon and a role model to all. Finding the bright side in every situation and always having that big smile on his face, his family and friends will never forget. Greg is survived by his wife, Rhonda Elaine Hansen of the residence; a son, Robert Lane Martin of the residence; his parents, Robert Vincent Martin and Mary Kathryn Martin of Norfolk; three sisters, Kathe Zarate of Kill Devil Hills and Ann Corletto and Elizabeth Studer both of Norfolk; and a brother, Mark Vincent Martin of Chesapeake.  A memorial service will be held on Friday, October 19 at Christ the King Catholic Church on Tidewater Drive in Norfolk, Virginia at 6 p.m., followed by a gathering at the home of his parents.  There will also be celebration of his life held in Kitty Hawk at the Lillian Beach Access on Saturday, October 27 at 2 p.m.., followed by a gathering at Longboards Island Grill. Twiford Funeral Home, Manteo, NC is assisting the family with arrangements.  (The Virginian Pilot [Norfolk, VA] - Oct. 12, 2012)

Hilda Austin Gray Martin

PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - Hilda Austin Gray Martin, formerly of Princess Anne County, passed away July 14, 2010 in Port St. Lucie. She was born June 18, 1923 in Avon, N.C. She was the daughter of Alfonzo and Eva Gray and the widow of Elmer T. Martin. Hilda was predeceased by a son, Ronald Martin; siblings, Lupton Gray, Jenny Sanders and Aretha Lane. She is survived by her daughter, Priscilla Devereux of Port St. Lucie: her sons, Tommy Martin and his wife Nancy of Virginia Beach and Donald Martin of State Farm, Va.; and her sister, Wilma Hill of Kinston, N.C. She is also survived by her five grandchildren, Rhonda Atkinson, John Traver, Yvonne Doto, Todd Martin, and Lindsey Olinda and their spouses; as well as her eight great-grandchildren. Hilda was a true "Southern lady" in every sense of the word. She loved her family and loved to cook for them. Meme enjoyed her grandchildren and great-grandchildren to the fullest. She was a member of Charity United Methodist Church. Hilda was also a member of the Ruth Bible Sunday School class. She is now with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The family will receive friends at Altmeyer Funeral Home, 1801 Baltic Ave., Virginia Beach on Sunday, July 18, from 6 till 7:30 p.m. A graveside service will be held Monday, July 19, at 11 a.m. at Charity United Methodist Church Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Charity United Methodist Church Building Fund. Altmeyer Funeral Home, Maestas Chapel, is assisting the family with arrangements.  (The Virginian Pilot [Norfolk, VA] - Saturday, July 17, 2010)

Robert Courtland Martin

NAGS HEAD, NC - Robert Courtland Martin, 48, of Nags Head, passed away on Thursday, March 27, 2008 after a valiant struggle with lymphoma.  Bob is survived by his devoted wife Nicole Gregory Martin, his daughter Colby Quinn Martin and his son, Robert Courtland Martin, Jr. He is also survived by his mother Janet Bowman Martin of Virginia Beach, VA and his father Dr. Bob Martin and wife Barbara of Henderson, NV; three sisters: Leslynn Twiddy and her husband Mike Youngblood of Williamsburg, VA, Kaytren Martin Palacios and her husband Marty of Virginia Beach, VA and Doriann Rector and her husband Andy also of Virginia Beach, VA, Nieces: Olivia Twiddy, Gabriella Palacios, Lexi Rector and Mary Katherine Youngblood. Nephews: Brian Twiddy, Augie Palacios, Isaac Palacios, Anderson Rector, Tradd Rector, Adam Jaudon, Wesley Jaudon, Michael Palacios, Michael Youngblood, Jr as well as his loving wife’s family, Diane Gregory, Barry Gregory, “Mike” DeGrandcham, Paige Gregory and Michelle and Steve Jaudon.  A celebration of life will be held Sunday March 30, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. in Twiford’s Colony Chapel by the Rev. Teresa Holloway. Burial will follow in Roanoke Island Memorial Gardens. Friends may join the family at the funeral home Saturday from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Friends may join the family at the Martin Residence following the internment. Twiford Colony Chapel Manteo is assisting the family.  Twiford Colony Chapel, Manteo is assisting the family with arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Sunday, March 30, 2008; pg. 10A)

Paul William Martz, Jr.

NAGS HEAD, NC - Paul William Martz, Jr., 71, of Nags Head, died July 6, 2008 at his residence. He was born in Fairview, New Jersey and was the son of the late Paul W. Martz and Alice (Moen) Martz, also deceased. Mr. Martz is survived by his wife, Janet Martz, of the residence.  He was a machinist and founded Mid-Lantic Precision, Inc., a business that still remains in the family. He was a member of Nags Head Church and enjoyed surf fishing on his beloved Outer Banks.  He is survived by three daughters, Lauri Ann Wilke and husband, William, of Monroeville, NJ; Liz-Ann Mann and husband, Harold of Philadelphia, PA; and Monica Kay Pitts and husband Jonathan of Bear, Delaware.  A memorial service will be held at Nags Head Church on Wednesday, July 9, 2008 at 4:00 pm with Pastor Rick Lawrenson officiating.  Twiford Colony Chapel, Manteo is assisting the family with arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] – Tuesday, July 8, 2008; pg. 10A)

John David Mascio

John David Mascio (“Jack”), 50, died peacefully in his sleep on Monday, February 21, 2011 at his residence on E. Carlton Ave. in Kill Devil Hills.  Born in Norristown, Pa, he was the son of Joanne Marie Mascio (nee Gersbach) and the late William Mascio.  In addition to his father, he was preceded in death by his infant sister, Bonnie G. Mascio.  Mr. Mascio was affectionately known as “Big Jack” or “Whistling Jack” to Kill Devil Hills locals and could be seen riding his bike around town or chillin on the bulkhead at Avalon Pier.  His children were his pride and joy; he loved the ocean, and was a friend to many as he was a longtime resident of the area.  He had previously worked in construction as a framer.  Mr. Mascio attended Manteo Baptist Church and accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior.  Jack always had a story to tell and was rarely seen without a smile on his face. In addition to his mother, he is survived by his wife, Bonnilyn A. Mascio of the Kill Devil Hills residence.  Also surviving is his daughter, Katie Mascio Morgan and husband Byron Morgan, his two sons, Christopher R. Mascio and Joseph Peter Mascio, all of Kill Devil Hills, his ex-wife, Patricia Nash, his brothers, William, Roy, Joe, Philip, Charles, and his sisters, Missy Primus, Laurie Walski, and Joanne Smith, all of Pennsylvania. There will be no public viewing or visitation.  However, all who knew Jack are invited to attend the Memorial Service which will be held at 3:00 pm on Thursday, February 24, 2011 at Twiford Funeral Home in Manteo with Rev. Ken Simpson officiating.  (Twiford Funeral Home)

Carl William Mason

CHESAPEAKE, VA. - Carl William Mason, 78, died Sunday July 14, 1996, in Chesapeake General Hospital. He was born in Stumpy Point, N.C., March 17, 1918, son of the late William Thomas and Bertha Hooper Mason. He had resided in Chesapeake since 1941. Mr. Mason was in the Merchant Marine during World War II. He was retired from the Norfolk Naval Shipyard and Harris Office Supply. He was a member of Memorial Methodist Church and a member of Willis V. Fentress Lodge #296, AF & AM. Survivors include his wife, Allie Midgette Mason; a daughter, Deborah G. Rock and her husband James Rock; two sons, Carl William Mason, Jr. and his wife, Delores Mason, both of Chesapeake, Ted C. Mason and his wife, Shirley Mason of Mississippi; 9 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. A funeral service will be conducted in Twiford Colonial Chapel Wednesday. Burial will follow in Chesapeake Memorial Gardens. Twiford Funeral Home, Great Bridge, Chesapeake is handling all arrangements.  (The Virginian Pilot [Norfolk, VA] - Tuesday, July 16, 1996)

Margaret Hooper Mason

Mrs. Margaret Hooper Mason, 71, widow of R.L. Mason, died at the residence at 1810 Willoughby Avenue, Norfolk, Friday night, April 14, at 9:45. She is survived by 3 daughters: Mrs. Lyna M. Harbour, Mrs. Louise M. Jones and Mrs. Irma M. Morton, all of Norfolk; two sons: Zion E. Mason of Norfolk and Robert Clifton Mason of the U.S. Army; a sister, Mrs. T.S. Twiford of Stumpy Point; three half-sisters: Mrs. E.F. Payne of Elizabeth City, Mrs. E.M. Daniels of Norfolk and Mrs. Graves Midgett of Salvo; a half-brother, N.H. Payne of Long Island; and 5 grandchildren.  (Dare County Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, April 21, 1944; pg. 1)

Robert Clifton Mason

Robert Clifton Mason, age 54, died Saturday [Jan. 12, 1963] at Norfolk, Virginia. He was a native of Stumpy Point. He leaves a wife Mary L. Mason and son Robert D. Mason. Sisters: Lyna M. Harbour, Mrs. H.L. Long and Mrs. E.A. Morton. Burial was at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Norfolk.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Friday, January 18, 1963)

Samuel Warrenton Mason

Mr. Warrenton Mason of Stumpy Point was taken suddenly speechless while out in the Sound fishing and died before they got home. He was about 65 years old.  (The Gazette (Washington, NC] - Thursday, April 30, 1896)

Adele Gould Mathers

MANTEO - Adele Gould Mathers, 88, of Manteo, died Friday, December 14, at DePaul Hospital in Norfolk, Va. Ms. Mathers, born in Manteo, was a retired real estate agent with Baum Bay Real Estate Co. and also worked for the Bank of Manteo for 15 years. She was a member of the former Roanoke Island Musical Society, a volunteer with the Fish & Wildlife Service, and an avid traveler, having traveled around the world. She also did a year of graduate work in piano at the Peabody Conservatory of Music. Ms. Mathers was the daughter of the late Nathaniel E. and Eliza Midgett Gould and the widow of the late Alfred L. Mathers, Jr. She was preceded in death by two sisters: Martha Gould Townsend and Phoebe Gould Hayman. Ms. Mathers is survived by a sister, Natalie Gould Mandell of Manteo. Funeral services will be held at Mt. Olivet United Methodist Church on Tuesday, Dec. 18 at 11 a.m. with the Rev. George Speake officiating. Burial will be in the Manteo Cemetery. Twiford's Colony Chapel in Manteo is handling arrangements.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Sunday, December 16, 2001; pg. 14A)

Floyd Roscoe Mathias

SAN DIEGO, CA. - Floyd Roscoe Mathias, 85, died July 9 of a heart attack while camping. He was the son of the late Cerena And Joseph Mathias and the husband of Tressie Austin Mathias, formerly of Hatteras. Mr. Mathias is also survived by one son, Jack Mathias of Arizona; two grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. A memorial service was held July 14 at La Mesa First Methodist Church in La Mesa, Cal. His ashes were scattered at sea.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - August 4, 1994)

Tressie Austin Mathias

Tressie Austin Mathis, born in Hatteras in 1909, died in her home in Los Angeles, California on March 21. She is survived by a son, Jack Mathis of Prescott Valley, Arizona and two grandchildren. She is also survived by a brother, Elwood Austin and a sister, Betty Austin, both of Hatteras Village.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Sunday, March 24, 2002; pg. 14A)

Dois Meekins Mattox

RALEIGH - Doris Meekins Mattox, 77, of the Pines at Davidson Retirement Community in Davidson, died Sunday, January 6.  Doris was born on April 4, 1924 in Cary to the late E.N. and Effie Meekins.  She was a longtime public school teacher in the NC Public School System.  Doris was a member of Davidson College Presbyterian Church and the Daughter of the American Revolution.  Her roots were on Roanoke Island where numerous cousin still reside, descendants of the late Francis Asbury Meekins.  She was preceded in death by her husband, the Rev. James O. Mattox in 1987.  She is survived by her three children: son, Philip Mattox and wife Bette, daughter Suzanne Mattox, and son Mark Mattox and his wife Michelle and their daughter and Doris' granddaughter, Mayce Mattox.  A graveside service was held Friday, Jan. 11 at Mountlawn Memorial Park, Raleigh.  The family received friends following the service at Forest Hills Baptist Church in Raleigh.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Sunday, January 13, 2002; pg. 13A)

Robert Adam Mauldin

MANTEO - "Rambo" Robert Adam Mauldin, 8, died Friday, March 27, 1997, after a courageous five-year struggle against cancer.  He was at home with his family and friends.  He was born Nov. 7, 1988 to Robert D. "Bob" and Georgia Ann Wilson Mauldin.  Besides his parents, Rambo is survived by a brother, Christopher Calvin Mauldin of the home; maternal grandparents, Calvin and Mary Jane Saunders of Wanchese, N.C.; maternal great-grandmother, Mildred Nelson of Hampton, Va.; paternal grandmother, Elizabeth Midgette of Aydlette, N.C.; Godparents, Hatton and Jackie Midgett of Manteo, N.C.; and a special aunt and uncle, Bobby and Barbara Nelson of Hampton.  Funeral services will be held at Bethany United Methodist Church on Wednesday, April 2, 1997 at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Billy Holliday and Chaplin Evelyn Reever officiating.  Burial will follow in the Manteo Cemetery.  The family will receive friends at Twiford Colony Chapel Funeral Home on Tuesday from 7 to 9 p.m.  (The Virginian-Pilot [Norfolk, VA] - Monday, March 30, 1997)

Lucy Allen Burrus Maurice

RONAOKE RAPIDS - Lucy Allen Burrus Maurice, 75, died Monday, April 17. She is survived by her husband, Samuel Summerell Maurice; two daughters, Mona Lisa Maurice Nitz and her husband James Peter Nitz; Sandra Carol Maurice Oulette and her husband Richard G. Oulette, all of Winston-Salem; two sisters, Marion Austin of Hatteras and Grace Bland of Edward; three grandchildren and three step-grandchildren. Mrs. Maurice was preceded in death by 3 brothers, William Zachery Burrus, Lonnie Burrus and Adolphus Burrus; and her sister-in-law, Eleanor Ryder. Funeral services will be conducted at First Christian Church in Roanoke Rapids, with the Rev. Lewis Styrons officiating. Burial will be on Cedarwood Cemetery.  (The Coastland Times [Manteo, NC] - Thursday, April 20, 1995)

Claffee Eugene Mayo, III

HATTERAS - Claffee Eugene Mayo, III, 56, passed away on September 6, 2007 at his home after a long courageous battle with lung and heart disease. Gene was born on August 4, 1951 in Concord, NH. Gene was in the US Coast Guard and retired as a Sr. Chief after almost 29 years of service. He loved his job. He started on the USCG Cutter Gresham. He continued his career stationed at Hatteras Inlet Station, Chatham, MA, Thomas Point Light and Annapolis Coast Guard Station, Yorktown Reserve Training Center, Georgetown, SC, back to Yorktown and then to Belle Isle Station and Group Detroit Coast Guard Base, MI. Gene, Rosa-Alice and Jeremy retired in Hatteras in 1997. Gene worked for a few years with the NCDOT, Ferry Division in Hatteras, until his health would not let him continue. He is survived by his beloved wife of 35 years, Rosa-Alice Gray Mayo; two sons that meant the world to him, Claffee Eugene Mayo, IV and wife, Tracy and two beautiful grandchildren, Austin and Mikala of Lake Ann, MI and Jeremy Mayo of Hatteras. He is also survived by his mother, Priscilla Mayo of Elizabeth Town, KY; two brothers, Maurice Mayo and wife, Joyce of Gaffney, SC, Bruce Mayo and wife, Dawn of Palmetto, FL; two sisters, Mary Ellen Duncan and husband, George of Franklin, NH and Debra Houston and husband, Danny of Rineyville, KY. Gene is also survived by his in laws, Damon Gray, Jr. and wife, Nola, Peggy Gray Dorris, D.M. Gray, III and wife, Kristin, Debbie Hodge and husband, Cliff, and Analee Bibbey and husband, Tom, all of Hatteras, Robin Boots of Manchester, NH, Diane Kelly and husband, Ron of Redway, CA, Robert E. Martin, Jr. and wife, Joanne of Ripley, England and many nephews and nieces. Gene was preceded in death by his father, Claffee E. Mayo, Jr., mother-in-law, Alice A. Gray and brother-in-law, Larry Gray of Hatteras. Funeral services with military honors will be held at Hatteras United Methodist Church on Saturday, September 8, 2007 at 2:00 pm with Rev. Cory Oliver officiating. The family will receive friends at Twiford Island Chapel, Hatteras on Friday evening from 7:30 to 9:00 pm. Twiford Island Chapel, Hatteras is assisting the family with arrangements.  (unknown newspaper)

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