Clipped From The Montgomery Advertiser
Aged Resident Of Evergreen Passes Sunday EVERGREEN1 Gus W. Shep- Shep- pard, 84, lifetime resident of Ev ergreen, passed Sunday morn ing in a local hospital. Survivors include a wife, Mrs. Cora Ella Sheppard; three daughters, Mrs. Mary Etta Hamilton, Mrs. Annie Mae Underwood, Underwood, both of New York City, and Mrs. Minnie Bell January, Pensacola; three sons, Wilbert Jones Sheppard, Mont gomery; Leonard Sheppard, Pensacola, and Mi z ell Shop pard, Georgiana; three sons-in- sons-in- sons-in- sons-in- law; three daughters-in-law; daughters-in-law; daughters-in-law; daughters-in-law; daughters-in-law; 12 grandchildren, 20 great-grand great-grand great-grand children, two great - great grandchildren, two brothers, Gable Sheppard, Birmingham, and Isom Sheppard, Evergreen, and many other relatives and friends. He was a deacon of Hampton Ridge Baptist Church for 50 years. Services will be Sat urday at 11 a.m. from the Hampton Baptist Church. Rev. T. R. Sellers will officiate. Bur ial in the church cemetery.