J.H (Bud) Newell
The Fort Myers, Fl. News-Press - March 10, 1966, Pg.2A
Punta Gorda-- J.H. ( Bud) Newell, 50, died Wednsday in Little Falls, Minn. He was a former resident of this area.
He is survived by his son, J.H. Newell of Fort Lauderdale; five brothers, Rev. B.E. Newell of Punta Gorda, Hiram Newell, Robert Newell and Horace Newell, all of Fort Myers, and W.G. Newell of Orlando.; Two sisters, Mrs. Clara Dozier and Mrs. Madge Kay of Fort Myers; 3 step- daughters and a stepson.
Funeral services and internment will be in Hahira, Ga.
Fort Myers, Fla News-Press- Monday, Feb.5,1962 Charity (Newell) Addison
Charity Addison, 83, a resident of Marco for the last 70 years,died here yesterday. surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Annie Howard of Marco, Mrs. Herbert Storter of Naples, Mrs. James Graziano of Boston; six sons, Albert, Chester, and Ernest, all of Fort Myers,;Richard of Marco, James of Everglades City, and George of Naples. One brother Hyram Newell of Marco, 32 grandchildren, 68 great grandchildren, and eight great great grandchildren. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the Harvey Funeral Home.
Funeral services for Charity Addison, 86, Marco will be held today at 2:00 pm in Church of God. Marco, with Rev. David Lanier officiating. Active pallbearers will be Calude Addison, Carl Addison, Richard Addison Jr, Freddie Addison, Wilber Howard and George McRae. Honorary pallbearers will be Reaford Williams, Raymond Williams, Roy Rimes, Robert Griffiths, Kelly Gant, Alex Tasetam, Roy Hunter and Roy J. Rogers. Internment will be in Marco Cemetery. Arrangements by Harvey Funeral Home.
Fort Myers News Press
April 7, 1959
Bryant Newell, a resident of Fort Myers for the past 65 years, died at his home on Washington Ave. yesterday. He was a Spanish-American war veteran and a builder and contractor. Surviving are his sons, B. E. Newell, Auburndale; Hyram L. Newell and Robert M. Newell, Fort Myers; Horace B. Newell, Chester, S. C., J. Harold Newell, Hahira, Ga., and D. W. Newell, Orlando; three daughters, Mrs. Peter Kay Sr., Fort Myers, Mrs. Grace Youmans, Fort Ogdan, and Mrs. J. S. Dozier, Fort Myers, a brother, Hyram Newell,
Marco, and a sister, Mrs. Albert Addison Sr., Marco. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at Leo W. Engelhardt Guneral Home. Interment will be in Fort Myers Cemetery.
Fort Myers News Press
October 13, 1953
MRS. DADIE NEWELL
Mrs. Dadie L. Newell, 71, a resident of Fort Myers for the past 55 years, died last night. She is survived by her husband, Bryant Newell, Fort Myers; six sons, Robert Newell, Fort Myers; Ned Newell, Wauchula; Hiram Newell, Griffin, Ga.; Harold Newell, Punta Gorda; Horace Newell, Pasadena, Texas; and Cline Newell, Orlando; three daughter, Mrs. Clara Dozier and Mrs. Peter Kay of Fort Myers, and Mrs. Harry Yeomans, Fort Ogden; two brothers, Horace Byard, Fort Ogden, and Leslie Byard, Evansville, Ind. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by Leo W. Engelhardt Funeral home.
Fort Myers News Press
June 11, 1970
REV. BRYANT NEWELL
PUNTA GORDA -- Rev. Bryant E. Newell, 70, or 452 Cooper St., died Tuesday evening. He was a native of Huntsville, Ala. and came to this area 54 years ago. He was a retired minister from the Church of God.
He is survived by his widow, Nettie Newell of Punta Gorda; two sons, Arlis of Haines City and Edwin of Punta Gorda; four brothers, Hyram of Brooksville, Robert of Olga, Horace of Fort Myers and Cline of Orlando; two sisters, Mrs. Clara Dozier of Fort Myers, Mrs. Made Kay of Fort Myers, and eight grandchildren.
Funeral service will be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at the Edward R. Ponger Funeral Home in Punta Gorda with Rev. A. G. Brantley officiating. Futher service will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at the Church of God in Wauchula with the Rev. Woodrow Thomas, the Rev. D. A. Diggs and the Rev. J. Foy Johnson officiating.
Pallbearers will be Rev. James F. Byrd, Rev. Carl Richardson, Rev. Dan Callahan, Rev. Leonard Walls, Rev. Kenneth Hughes and Rev. John Melton. Honorary pallbearers will be all other Church of God ministers.
Friends may call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today and Friday at the Ponger Funeral Home.
Burial will be in the Gardner Cemetery in Gardner.
Fort Myers News Press July 1, 1991
Clara Dozier Beebe
Clara Dozier Beebe, 90, of Fort Myers, died Saturday. She moved to Fort Myers 84 years ago and was a longtime member of the Church of God of Prophecy.
Mrs. Beebe is survived by one daughter, Ruby Hunter of Fort Myers, five grandchildren, Carl (Tinker) Hunter of West Palm Beach, Shelton Hunter of Tampa, Demetrice Elizares of Brisbane, Australia, Sylvia Copping of Fort Myers and Dennis Hunter of Fort Lauderdale; 12 great-grandchildren; one great- greatgrandchild; a sister, Madge Kay of Fort Myers; and a brother, Dock Newell of Orlando.
Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. from the Church of God of Prophecy on Marion St. with the Rev. Robert Welch and the R v. David Land officiating. Honorary pallbearers will be Johnnie Smith, J. C. Metcalf, Frank Sheperd and Paul Pridmore. Pallbearers will be Donald Copping, Johnny McDaniel, Steve Willis, Ovi Hunter, Dave Anderson, Peter Kay Jr., D. W. Copping and Bob Hunter. Burial will be in Fort Myers Cemetery. The family will recieve friends today from 6-8 p.m. at Anderson Funeral Home, 3654 Palm Beach Blvd.
FORT MYERS NEWS-PRESS, Monday, Sept. 24, 1984
Robert Mac Newell
Robert Mac Newell, 77, a native of Fort Myers, died Friday night in Fort Myers. Bob was a member of the Pioneer Club of Lee County, a member of the Olga Baptist church, and a chief in the U. S. Navy during World War II. He is survived by his wife, Lorraine, son, Jimmy Conway; daughter, Doris L. Carter; six grand children; seven great-grandchildren; one brother, Cline Newell; two sisters, Clara Bebee and Madge Kay; two nieces and two nephews also survive.
Services will be conducted today at 1:00 p.m. at the Leo W. Engelhardt Funeral Home with Rev. Bill Lewis of Olga Baptist Church, officiating... Interment will be in Fort Myers City Cemetery.
The obit of Ashford Newell in N.C., scan courtesy of Donna Skinner. ( the newspaper is not identified)
Ashford Newell Dies Here After Extended Illness
Ashford Newell, 76, passed away at his home, apartment 36G Clara Cox.(unreadable) early this morning. Death followed an illness of two years. He was born in Lumberton County March 3,1868, a son of James E. and Charity Newell and was twice married. His first wife, Miss Dora E. Reynolds, passed away Sept.18,1924..Surviving by this union are a son Ed Newell of Durham, three daughters, Mrs.Rosa Dickerson of High Point, Mrs. Irene Everlie(?) of Durham and Mrs. Annie Daniels of Durham; two brothers, Bryant Newell of Fort Myers, Fla. and Hiram Newell of Marco Island, Fla April 4,1926 he was married to Mrs.Nannie V.Hiatt who survives with 13 grandchildren and three great grandchildren
Funeral services will be conducted from the late residence Saturday at 8 p.m. by Rev.W.C.Livingston, pastor of the First Church of God of which the deceased was a member; Rev.J.R. Reece, pastor of the Lord's Tabernacle, and Rev. and Mrs. Gibson also will officiate. Further services will be conducted Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at St.Matthews Church near Bishopville, S.C.. and internment will follow in the church cemetery. The body will remain at the Sechrest Funeral Home until 10 o'clock Saturday morning when it will be removed to the late residence.
-----My added note: In the obit, the father of Ashford was wrongly given as James E. ( His father's name was actually Edward Robert Newell.) _________________________________________________
Charity Ann Newell -- The High Point Enterprise , Jan.14,1924
Mrs. Charity Ann Newell, aged 81, died Sunday at the home of her son, Ashford Newell, 502 1/2 E. Commerce Street. The death at 5 o'clock in the morning ended an illness of several months. The deceased is survived by three sons, Alfred of this city, Bryant and Hiram of Florida; two daughters, Mrs. Charity Addison and Mrs. Dirinda Daniels. both of Florida.
The funeral services were held at the home this afternoon at 2 o'clock by Rev.Martin McNeill. Internment followed in Oakwood.
( My added note: The son Alfred was wrong and should have read Ashford.)