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Clyde O. Sandifer
Savine, Natchitoches Parish
Source: Sabine Index, Many, LA., Dec 7, 1978
Submitted by Carl Dilbeck

Clyde O. Sandifer, 61, of Shreveport, died Sunday, Dec. 3, in Schumpert Medical Center, after a long illness.

The Robeline native had been a resident of Shreveport 30 years.  He was a retired mechanic for Sunbeam Bakery, and a member of the South Acres Baptist Church.

Mr. Sandifer is survived by five sons, Earl Sandifer, Jerry Sandifer, Jimmy Sandifer, and Johnny Sandifer, all of Shreveport, and Billy Sandifer of Homer; five sisters, Lula Mae Barrett, Pearl Brown, and Listerine Hinton, all of Shreveport, Mrs. Macy Litton of Pasadena, Texas, and Evelyn Brumley of Blanchard; two brothers, J. B. Sanifer, and Izic Sandifer, both of Shreveport; and four grandchildren.

Funeral services were held at 10 a.m., Tuesday, in Rose-Neath Funeral Home's Southside Chapel.  Officiating was the Rev. Tim Walsh, pastor of the Landmark Missionary Baptist Church of West Monroe, and the Rev. Darrell Whitten, pastor of the South Acres Baptist Church.

At 2 p.m. service was held at the Old Pisgah Baptist Church in Marthaville.  Burial was in the Old Pisgah Cemetery.
Pallbearers were Jonnie Ray Sandifer, Paul Pollard, Ronnie Cummings, Ronnie Sandifer, Huey Wyatt, and Gary Sandifer.

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David H. Sandifer
Savine, Natchitoches Parish
Source: Sabine Index, Many, LA., Sep 7, 1972
Submitted by Carl Dilbeck

David H. Sandifer.  Funeral services for David H. Sandifer, 90, of Pleasant Hill was held Monday, Sep. 4, at the Old Pisgah Baptist Church near Marthaville, at 2 p.m. with the Rev. Tim Walsh officiating.  Burial was in the Old Pisgah Cemetery, under the direction of Warren Meadows Funeral Home.

Mr. Sandifer died September 2, in Shreveport, after an extended illness.

Surviving relatives are three sons, J. B. Sandifer, Clyde Sandifer, and Izic Sandifer, all of Shreveport; five daughters, Mrs. Lula Mae Barrett, Mrs. Pearl Brown, Mrs. Macie Litton, Mrs. Lestereen Hinton, and Mrs. Evelyn Burnley, all of Shreveport; one brother Henry Sandifer of Shreveport; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Low Downs, Mansfield, Mrs. Lillie Herrington of Shreveport, and Mrs. Nancy Scott of Natchitoches; 33 grandchildren, 50 great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Danny Litton, David Brown, Huey Wyatt, Billy Sandifer, Richard Sandifer and Glenn Sandifer

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Lois Morehead Sandifer
published: June 1, 2000
The Times-Shreveport, LA

SHREVEPORT, L - Memorial services will be held for Mrs. Sandifer at the Glen Retirement Homeon Thursday, June 1 at 9 a.m., with funeral services on June 1 at 2 p.m. at cox Funeral Home in Oak Grove, LA.

Mrs. Sandifer died on Tuesday, May 30 at the age of 95.  Born in Scott County, MS, she moved to West Carroll Parish, LA in 1929 where she resided for sixty years.  There she was a sixty-year member of the Homemakers Clubs, and a charter member of Trinity Baptist Church, Oak Grove.  She was a member of the Guiding Star Chapter #66 of the Eastern Star for over thirty-five years.  She moved to Shreveport in 1989 where she was a resident of the Glen Retirement Village and a member of Ellerbe Road Baptist Church.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Archie L. Sandifer; her son, Alvin C. Sandifer and daughter, Evelyn S. Hall; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morehead; brothers, Corvin Morehead, Melvin Morehead and Murphy Morehead; sisters, Ruby Bassett, Ivy Green, Virgie Ross, Dubois Protsman and Rodean Preddy, and a grandson, Robert Hall, Jr.

Survivors include daughter-in-law, Emma Sandifer of Kingwood, TX; grandchildren, David Hall and wife, Renee of Benton, LA, Michael Sandifer of Florissant, Co., Mark Sandifer and wife Cindy of Lakewood, CO, Cheryl Sandifer of Kingwood, TX and Karen Henderson and husband, Quinn of The Woodlands, TX and eight great-grandchildren.

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Hansford L. Sandifer, JR
published: September 10, 2000
Alexandria Town Talk
La Rapides Parish, LA

Services in the chapel of Kinner and Stevens with burial in Pleasant Hill Cemetery.  Sandifer, 85, of Jena died Friday, September 8, 2000, at his residence.  He was a veteran and a retired state inspector for the Louisiana Highway Department.
Survivors: daughter, Deborah Melvin of Thibodaux; sons, Bobby Sandifer and Jack Sandifer, both of Jena; 4 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild.

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Hattie Coleman Sandifer
Pub: July 3, 2000
Alexandria Town Talk
La Rapides Parish, LA

Services in the chapel of Hixson Brothers, Pineville, aged 93, of Bentley, died Saturday July 1, 2000 at her residence; longtime member of Oak Grove Baptist Church and very active in the WMU.  She was a member of Oak Grove Hoemakers Club (FCE) for 60 years.

Survivors: sons, Earl E. Sandifer and Larry W. Sandifer, both of Hopkinsvile, KY; daughter, Thellos Sandifer Maxwell of Bentley; 8 grandchildren, 13 great-grandchildren; 2 great-great-grandchildren.  Pallbearers: Lonnie Scott Sandifer, Mike Sandifer, Clifton Sandifer, Marty Burks, Travis Smith and Jerry Coleman.

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Mrs. Eunice Sandifer
Pub. February 20, 1964
Unknown newspaper
LaSalle Parish, Louisiana

Headline: Mrs. Eunice Sandifer Dies, Services Held
Mrs. Eunice Sandifer of Manifest died Friday, Feb. 14 at 5:05 a.m. at her home.  She was 68 years old and a member of the Manifest Baptist Church.

Funeral services were held Saturday, Feb. 15 at 10:30 a.m. at the Temple Baptist church with the Rev. S. B. Spinks officiating.  Burial was in Heard Cemetery of Manifest under the direction of Kinner and Stevens Funeral Home of Jena.

Survivors include here husband, John H. Sandifer; four daughters, Mrs. Daphne Dawson of West Monroe, Mrs. Annie Bailey and Mrs. Dorothy Waller, both of Pineville; and Mrs. Johnnie M. Marshall of Shreveport; three sons, Dale Sandifer withthe U. S. Army in Korea, Tillman Sandifer and Waymon Sandifer, both of Manifest and 11 grandchildren.

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Walter Lee Sandifer
Date: March 3, 1966
LaSalle Parish, Louisiana

Headline: Father of Jena Man Succumbs

Funeral services for Walter Lee Sandifer, 62, of Pollock, a Grant Parish Police Juror, were held at 10 a.m. Friday in the Friendship Baptist Church of Fishville with the Rev. Howard Clark, the Rev. Moses Mercer and the Rev. K. G. Brooks officiating.

Mr. Sandifer was serving his second term as a Ward 8 juror.  He died Wednesday, Feb. 23, in an Alexandria hospital.

Burial was in Fishville Cemetery, under direction of Hixson Brothers Funeral Home of Alexndria.  Masonic rites were conducted ast the graveside by Pollock's Anchor Lodge no. 261.

Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Bessie Conn Sandifer; two sons, Edwin L. Sandifer of Jena and Charles H. Sandifer of Pollock; a daughter, Mrs. Loretta S. Andries of Pollock; three brothers, Lonnie, Reecie and Mathew Sandifer, all of Dry Prong; six granddaughters, three grandsons and a great-granddaughter.

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Henry Sandifer
Sabine, Natchitoches Parish
Source: Sabine Index, Many, LA., February 27, 1975
Submitted by Carl Dilbeck

Henry Sandifer.  Henry J. Sandifer, 79, of Shreveport, died at 6 a.m., Tuesday, in Willis-Knighton Hospital, after a long illness.

Born in Marthaville, Sandifer lived in Shreveport 31 years, and was a member of the Woodlawn Baptist Church.

The funeral was at 11 a.m., Thursday, in Central Baptist Church near Robeline.  The Rev. Mike Alexander, pastor of Woodlawn Baptist Church, and the Rev. Wilmer Birdwell officiated.  Burial was in Central Cemetery.

Sandier is survived by his widow, Mrs. Beatrice W. Sandifer of Shreveport; three daughters, Mrs. Thelma Edwards, and Mrs. Ruby Neal, both of Shreveport, and Mrs. Daisy Wilson of Dallas, Tex.; seven grandchildren, and 17 great grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Mrs. Sandifer's grandsons, James E. Neal, Ronnie Neal, A. C. Wilson III, Robert Edwards, Edward McClain, and Anthony Liberto.

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P. S. Sandifer
Pub. June 26, 1947
Winn Parish Enterprise
Winn Parish, LA

Final Rites for P. S. Sandifer Held June 13th

Funeral Services for P. S. Sandifer, 77, who died at his home in East Winnfield Thursday, June 12, were held at Sardis Church, Friday, June 14 at 4 p.m. with the Rev. Dyce (Dyess?) officiating.  Burial was in the Sardis Cemetery under direction of Edmonds' Funeral home.

Pallbearers were Sam Brian, H. S. Boles, A. G. Strickland, H. S. Gates, Sam Hubbard, and Roscoe Bice.

Mr. Sandifer, who had been a resident of Winnifield for many years, is survived by two sons, Jess and Hershel Sandifer, two daughters, Mrs. Susie Rice and Miss Lessie Sandifer; three sisters, Miss Ada Sandifer, Mrs. Velia Bice, and Mrs. Zula Marsburg, and three grandchildren, all of Winnfield.

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Orvin P. Sandifer
Unknown Newspaper
LaSalle Parish, Louisiana

Orive P. Sandifer, 78, of Jena, died at 2:45 a.m. Sunday, March 22, 1998, at the Rapides Regional Medical Center in Alexandria.

Services were held at 2 p.m., Tuesday, March 24, in the chapel of Hixson Brothers Funeral Home of Jena with the Revs. Joel Johnson and Joey Paul officiating.

Interment followed in the Renfrow Cemetery of Jena uder direction of Hixson Brothers, Inc., of Jena.

Survivors include his wife, Betty Allbritton Sandifer of Jena; one daughter, Glenda Cooper of Fairview; two sons, Joe Sandifer and Jeff Sandifer, both of Jena; five sisters, Myrtle Owens of Bakersfield, AV, Irene Smith of Jena, Gussie Odom and Ocie Shieber, both of Pineville and Inez McGinness of Monita, VA; seven grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Jerry Phillips, Clifford Phillips, Matt Cooper, Paul Smith, Howard McCrty and James Allbritton.

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Mrs. Beatrice "Aunt Bea" Sandifer
Sabine, Natchitoches Parish
Source: Sabine Index, Many, La., September 18, 1986
Submitted by Carl Dilbeck

Mrs. Beatrice "Aunt Bea" Sandifer (Photo)

Servides for Mrs. Beatrice "Aunt Bea" Sandifer, 84, of Shreveport, were held at 2:30 pm., Sunday, September 14, at the Central Baptist Church in Robeline.  The Rev. Crawford Williams, pastor of Ingleside Baptist Church, where Mrs. Sandifer was a member, officiated.  Burial was in Central Cemetery in Robeline.

Mrs. Sandifer, a homemaker and resident of Shreveport since 1940, died Friday, September 12, 1986, at Willis-Knighton Medical Center.  She was born in Sabine Parish, La., the oldest of nine children born to John Silas Woodel and Rosa Lee Van Veckhoven Woodel.

She is survived by three daughers, Thelma Edward of Shreveport, Ruby Neal of Logansport, Daisy Wilson and her husband A. C. Wilson, Jr. of Mabank, Tex.; three sisters, Edna Cordaway, Bessie Floyd, and Mertie Davis of Robeline; 7 grandchildren; 19 great grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Pallbearers were George Clary, Charles Clary, Joe Williamson, Marvin David, Tommy Floyd, Elzie Woodel, Glenn Sandifer, and Warren Woodel.

Honorary pallbearer was Fracis Reed "Bo" Woddel

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Ada Sandifer
Published February 25, 1954, Winn Parish Enterprise, LA

Funeral services for Miss Ada Sandifer were held at 2:30 P.M. Thursday, February 11, at her home in Joyce.  Burial was in Sardis Cemetery under direction of a local funeral home.

Officiating at the service was the Rev. Harrison Cockerham.

Miss Sandifer, 81 years old, was a lifelong resident of Winn Parish.  She was a member of the Mars Hill Baptist church.

Surviving here are three nephews, Jessie and Hershel Sandifer, and Roscoe Bice all of Winnfie;ld; two nieces, Mrs. Susie Rice and Miss Lessie Sandifer, both of Joyce; and a host of other relatives and friends in Winn Parish and Texas.

Active pallbearers were Roscoe and Charles Bice, Ben Jackson, Owen Taylor, H. S. Boles, and Essie McDavid.

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Annie Sandifer Trickett
Published Shreveport Times March 20, 2002

SHREVEPORT, LA -- A memorial service for Annie Sandifer Trickett will be held at 1 p.m. Tursday, March 21, at Couch Chapel, First Methodist Church.

Mrs. Trickett died Saturday, March 16 at home at Montclair Park.  She was a member of First Methodist Church.  She was preceded in death by her husband, Ed. B. Trickett and son, Ed B. Trickett, Jr.

Born in Leesville, Annie Trickett lived most of her life in Shreveport, but pent recent years in Dallas before returning.  She attended Byrd and Centenary, later graduating fro La. Tech, then receiving a Master's degree from Texas Women's University.  She was a board certified genealogist and the author of two genealogy books pertaining to her family line.

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Wood Sandifer
Pub. The Kansas City Times (MO), Saturday, March 10, 1917

Wood Sandifer, a bartender, died yesterday at his home, 211 East Fourteenth Street, following an ilness of two months.  He was 43 years old and had lived in Kansas City seven years.  Before coming to Kansas City he lived in Moberly, Mo., and was a member of the Eagles.  Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Gertrude Sandifer, a son, Roy; his mother, Mrs. Matilda Sandifer, who is at the point of death in Moberly, Mo.; two brothers, George Sandifer of Moberly and Charles Sandifer of Louisville, Ky.  The body will be taken to Moberly this morning.

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