DELACEY - HADSOCK - GILL
Mary Elizabeth Williams
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>Hadsock, Mary Elizabeth Williams/DeLacey - 84 - Mary of 204 Oak Street, Auburndale, died Friday, May 18th. at Winter Haven Hospital. She was a homemaker.
  Mary was a native of Green Cove Springs, she came to Auburndale 59 years ago. She was a member of the Lunchburg Baptist Church.
  Survived by; one son, Bellmont DeLacey, Green Cove Springs; her daughter' Mrs. Leonard ( Gertrude ) Gill, Auburndale; her brothers' Sampy Williams, Bostwick, Fla. and Arthur Williams, Palatka,Fla.; her sisters, Gertrude Herbert, Green Cove Springs, and Mary Hall, Auburndale; four grandchildren, 11 great- grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild.
Kersey Funeral Home, Auburndale, Florida. ( The Lakeland Ledger, Sunday, May 20, and Monday, May 21, 1979 ).
>Note: obit for Sunday,May 20, states living address as, 204 Oak St. and Monday's obit states 402 Oak St.
(wife of James B. DeLacey ) )
>DeLacey, James B. - 75 - James who was a retired carpenter, died yesterday morning at Winter Haven Hospital after a long illness. He lived at 502 Oak St. He moved to Auburndale in 1920 from Ft. Myers. He was a member of the Lynchburg Baptist Mission of Auburndale.
  Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Mary DeLacey; a daughter, Mrs. Leonard Gill of Auburndale; one son, Bellmont DeLacey of Orange Springs; 2 sisters, Mrs. Tillie Corbitt of Ft.Myers; Mrs. Nolia Lewis of Stark; 4 grandchildren, and 7 great grandchildren.
  Services will be held tomorrow at 10:a.m. at the chapel of Kersey Funeral Home with the Rev. Lee Dunlap' pastor of the Lynchburg Mission, officiating, assisted by the Rev. James R.Thompson, pastor of First Baptist Church of Auburndale.
  Burial will be at Auburndale Cemetery. ( Lakeland Ledger ,Sunday, Jan. 20, 1963, page 8-A )
Notes: ( Husband of Mary E. Williams ).
>Gill, Gertrude D.  - 83 - Homemaker-  Auburndale- Mrs. Gertrude D. Gill of Auburndale died Friday ( March 9, 2001 ) at Palm Garden of Winter Haven. She was 83. ( Emily Gertrude DeLacey/Gill )
  Born in Green Cove Springs, she came to Auburndale at an early age. She was a homemaker, she was a member of First Baptist Church, Auburndale.
  She was preceded in death by her husband, Leonard Gill.
  She is survived by her son, Randy Gill, Gainsville, Florida.
  Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m., Sunday at Kersey Funeral Home, 108 E.Lake Stella Drive, Auburndale.
  Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday at the funeral home chapel. ( Lakeland Ledger, Sat. March 10, 2001 - page B-4 )
> Note; Gertrude DeLacey Gill is the daughter of James B. and Mary E.Williams DeLacey Hadsock.
> ( no relationship to the above people has been found at this time.-But the below Hadsock's are related to each other )
Hadsock, Sally L. -(  Lakeland Ledger, Tuesday Evening, Jan. 11, 1944 )
Of  117 North Ingraham Ave., longtime resident of Lakeland, died at a hospital in Bartow this morning at 2:30 at the age of 71.
  She is survived by a son and daughter, Charles Bland Hadsock and Mrs. Babe Lee Roberts, both of Lakeland.
  Snook Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
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Funeral services ( Wed.,Jan. 12, 1944 ) for Mrs. Sally Hadsock, who died yesterday, will be held tomorrow afternoon at 2:00 at the Snook chapel with Rev. R.E.Drymon, pastor of the Church of God, officiating. Interment will be in Roselawn Cemetery.
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Funeral is held.-( Friday, Jan. 14, 1944 ) - Funeral services for Mrs. Sally Hadsock were held from Snook chapel at 2) yesterday afternoon with Rev. R.E.Drymon of the Church of God officiating.
  Mrs. Lou Mae Hardin, Mrs. Myrtice Matthews and Mrs. Opal Hicks sang " What a Friend we have in Jesus" "I'd rather have Jesus" and "Father Along" with Mrs.Dyrmon as accompanist.
  Pallbearers were G.P.Hartsoe, W.R.Wilson, J.S.Willis, L.O.Bryant, W.E.Jones and Major Roberts. Interment was in Roselawn Cemetery   -   ( Lakeland, Polk County,Florida )
>Hadsock, Charles Bland - 85 - Chemical Tester - Charles of Lakeland, died Thursday ( Oct. 13, 1994 ) at his home.
   Charles was born in High Springs, Fl. on Feb. 15, 1909, he returned to Lakeland from Tampa 5 years ago. He was a retired chemical tester for the U.S.Phosphoric, Gibsonton.
   Charles is preceded in death by his wife, Nona Lee Hadsock. and his mother Sally L. Hadsock.
   Survived by: his son, Donald Bland Hadsock, Bradenton; daughter Fay Groover, Lakeland; 3 grand children and 5 great-grandchildren.
 Visitation will be from 6pm to 8pm today at Heath Funeral Chapel, 328 S.Ingraham Ave.  Lakeland. Services will be held at 10am. Saturday at the funeral home.
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