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Doris Keys-Anthony Obituary Pg#2
Doris Keys-Anthony Obituary Pg#2
 
 
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Doris Keys-Anthony Obituary Pg#3
Doris Keys-Anthony Obituary Pg#3
 
 
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Doris Keys-Anthony Obituary Pg#4
Doris Keys-Anthony Obituary Pg#4
 
 
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Doris Keys-Anthony Obituary Pg#5
 
 
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Doris Keys-Anthony Obituary Pg#6
 
 
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Doris Keys-Anthony Obituary Pg#7
 
 
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Doris Keys-Anthony Obituary Pg#8
 
 
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Doris Knight
Doris Knight
 
 
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Doris with he son, Dennis
Doris with he son, Dennis
Doris Lee Crosby-Reliford with her son Dennis. 
 
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Dorothy (Dot) Godfrey
Dorothy (Dot) Godfrey
 
 
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Dorothy Jean Wright-Knight
Dorothy Jean Wright-Knight
 
 
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Dorothy Knight-Marsh
Dorothy Knight-Marsh
 
 
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Dorothy Simpson-Lewis Cutting the Cornbeard
Dorothy Simpson-Lewis Cutting the Cornbeard
 
 
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Dorothy, Benny, Bob Knight, Eugene Knight and Florence Blaylock-Knight
Dorothy, Benny, Bob Knight, Eugene Knight and Florence Blaylock-Knight
 
 
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Dory R Knight
Dory R Knight
 
 
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Doyle & Hilda Knight
Doyle & Hilda Knight
 
 
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Dr Charles Edward Smith
Dr Charles Edward Smith
Dr. Charles Edward Smith, was not only a medical doctor, but he, along with his wife, Jeanette Musgrove-Smith, were also historic figure in the civil rights movement for the Hattiesburg community during the late 1950s through the mid 1980s.

When Dr. Smith came to Hattiesburg, he was denied staff membership at two of the local hospitals. Thanks to his vigilance, he eventually gained admittance and was afforded staff privileges, thus becoming one of the first black doctors to practice at both hospitals.

They sacrificed and gave much to the civil rights struggle and for equal access to human rights, privileges, opportunities, places and things. They worked diligently in the Forrest County NAACP for the disenfranchised and marginalized people who had been systematically left out. Until others stepped up with their big hearts for justice, African-Americans were considered as second-class citizens in this world of plenty. Often, they stood alone in their attempt to promote justice and equality. Dr. Smith was a giant with his vision and quest for inclusion and access to total rights and liberties of life for the African-American.

Details in this writing are credited to Eddie Holloway
 
 
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Dwonne Knight
Dwonne Knight
 
 
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Eardis Knight
Eardis Knight
 
 
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Earlean Agee
Earlean Agee
 
 
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Earnest Barnes
Earnest Barnes
Earnest was the son of Charlie and Phillis Ward-Barnes 
 
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Eartha Lee Ducksworth
Eartha Lee Ducksworth
 
 
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Eboline (Telitha) Valentine
Eboline (Telitha) Valentine
 
 
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Ecclester Musgrove
Ecclester Musgrove
 
 
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Eddress Anita Blaylock
Eddress Anita Blaylock
 
 
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Edgar and Randy Knight Williamson
Edgar and Randy Knight Williamson
2nd great grandsons of Newton and Rachel Knight. 
 
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Edna Alice) May Fields-Douglas
Edna Alice) May Fields-Douglas
 
 
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Edna Clementine
Edna Clementine
Punkin's 1974 high school graduation picture. 
 
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Edna Hall-Fields
Edna Hall-Fields
 
 
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Edna Hall-Fields with Granddaughters
Edna Hall-Fields with Granddaughters
Edna sitting in her house in Houston, TX, with two of her granddaughters, Attallah Dlamini Lewis and Amini Gamilah Lewis. This picture was taken June 1977 before the kids left for Germany. 
 
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Edna Roberta Broomfield Craft-Ducksworth
Edna Roberta Broomfield Craft-Ducksworth
 
 
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Eithel Vance Herrington
Eithel Vance Herrington
 
 
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Elbert Knight
Elbert Knight
 
 
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Eleanor Elma Knight
Eleanor Elma Knight
 
 
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Elgie Barnett Sr
Elgie Barnett Sr
 
 
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Ell & Anna Shelby-Knight
Ell & Anna Shelby-Knight
 
 
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Ell and Clarence Knight
Ell and Clarence Knight
 
 
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Ell Knight with Some of His Children
Ell Knight with Some of His Children
Picture of Ell and eight of his 10 children taken in Soso, Jones County, MS. l-r Evelyn, Junior (Son), Nola, Ell, Gertrude, Myrtis, Hubert, Annie, & Loree.  
 
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Ellen Grace Violet Playle
Ellen Grace Violet Playle
 
 
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Ellen Louvenia Kelly
Ellen Louvenia Kelly
 
 
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Elyan Knight
Elyan Knight
 
 
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Emma Jane Turnbow-Knight
Emma Jane Turnbow-Knight
 
 
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Emma Jerolee Ainsworth Smith
Emma Jerolee Ainsworth Smith
 
 
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Emmieline Fields-Tyler
Emmieline Fields-Tyler
 
 
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Erma Barnett
Erma Barnett
 
 
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Erma Barnett, Ruby Lean Barnett and Minnie Lee Knight-Barnett
Erma Barnett, Ruby Lean Barnett and Minnie Lee Knight-Barnett
Erma, Ruby and Minnie (Dau, Dau and Mother). 
 
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Esama Ward-Castleberry
Esama Ward-Castleberry
 
 
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Estella Barnes and Joseph Bradford Booth
Estella Barnes and Joseph Bradford Booth
 
 
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Estella Ducksworth
Estella Ducksworth
Daughter of Bart and Donnie Mayfield-Ducksworth 
 
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Ethel Chatmon-Ransey & Willie Joe Lewis (Collins)
Ethel Chatmon-Ransey & Willie Joe Lewis (Collins)
 
 

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