Ferguson, Irma E. (LeMerchand)
Jul 2, 1912 - Aug 3, 1986
Pensacola News Journal, Tues., Aug. 5, 1986
Mrs. Irma E. Ferguson, 74, of Warrington, died Sunday night, August 3, 1986,
in a local hospital.
Mrs. Ferguson was a native of new Orleans, LA, and had resided in Pensacola
for the past 40 years. She was a member of the St. Johns Catholic Church,
the Alter Society of the St. Johns Catholic Church, a member of the Golden
Ages, The American Association of Retired Persons and the was retired bookkeeper
with the Peoples Water Company.
Surviving are a son and daughter-in-law, Jack Vance and Deborah D. Ferguson;
two grandchildren, Matthew Ferguson and Robert F. Ferguson all of Plano,
Texas, and other relatives.
The funeral mass will be recited at 9 a.m. Wednesday in the St. Johns Catholic
Church with the Rev. Father Bob De Martinis celebrating.
The rosary will be recited at 6 PM Tuesday in the Oak Lawn Chapel, 619 New
Warrington Road, 453-2321.
The family will receive friends at the Oak Lawn Chapel from 5 to 6:30 PM
Burial will be in the Holy Cross Cemetery with the Oak Lawn Funeral Home
In lieu of flowers the family suggest memorials be made to the American
Cancer Society or the American Heart Association.
Fillingim, A. M.
Oct 10, 1880 - May 8, 1940
Pensacola Newspaper, May 1940 (Fisher Pou info)
A. M. Fillingim, 59, died Wednesday afternoon at his home at Barrineau Park.
He leaves his wife Mrs. Nora Fillingim, three daughters, Miss Cliney, Miss
Thelma, and Miss Margaret Fillingim; six sons, A. J., Columbus, Quentin,
William, Aubie and Martin Fillingim all of Molino, Fla., two grandchildren,
and three brothers, W. C. of Molino, A. J. and J. D. Fillingim of Pensacola.
The body will be at Fisher-Pou chapel until time of the funeral Friday and
services will be held from the home at Barrineau Park with burial in Latham
Fillingim, Martin Luther, Sr.
Mar 28, 1932 - Sep 27, 1985
Pensacola News Journal, Mon., Sept. 30, 1985
Martin Luther Fillingim, 53, of Pensacola, died Friday morning in the VA
hospital of Jackson, Miss.
Mr. Fillingim was a native of Barrineau Park and had resided in Escambia
County all of his life. He was a member of the Lathram Chapel United Methodist
Church and a retired employee of the Pensacola Naval Air Station. he was
a member of the American Legion Pot No. 340 and the Loval Order of Moose
Lodge No. 557.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Helen Fillingim of Pensacola; one son,
Martin Luther Fillingim, Jr., of Melbourne; one daughter, Mary Fillingim
of Orlando; his mother, Mrs. Nora Fillingim of Pensacola; four brothers,
C. M. Fillingim and Q. A. Fillingim, both of Pensacola, Aubie Fillingim
of Barrineau Park and Bill Fillingim of McDavid; three sisters, Cliney Miller
of San Antonio, Texas; and Felma Allman and Margaret Grant, both of Pensacola;
two step-sons, James Revell, of Beaumont, Texas, and Randy Garner of Seminole,
Ala.; two step-daughters, Gail Garner of Seminole, Ala., and Barbara Brown
of Vidor, Texas, and five grandchildren.
Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Monday in the chapel of Cedar Hill Chapel
Funeral Home with the Rev. George W. McClure officiating.
Burial will be in the Pensacola Memorial Gardens Cemetery with Cedar Hill
Chapel Funeral Home directing.
Pallbearers will be nephews, Ottoway Fillingim, Tommy Fillingim, Freddie
Fillingim, Jackie Fillingim, Wayne Allman, Glen Mobley and Ian King.
Fillingim, Phillip Wayne
Jan 3, 1949 - Jan 3, 1949
Pensacola Newspaper, Jan 1949 (Fisher Pou Info)
Phillip Wayne Fillingim, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Columsu M. Fillingim,
died early Monday at Sacred Heart hospital.
Besides his parents he is survived by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
H. Wilson of Pensacola and Mrs. Nora Fillingim of Barrineau Park.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday from Fisher-Pou chapel
with the Rev. Olin Rowe officiating.
Burial will be in Clopton cemetery.
Fowler, William M.
Sep 27, 1893 - Jun 4, 1966
Pensacola Journal, Mon., Jun 6, 1966
William M. Fowler, 72, 1116 E. Strong St., died in a local hospital Saturday
Mr. Fowler, a lifelong resident of Pensacola, was a retired engineer of
the L&N Railroad and a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers.
He was a member of the East Hill Church of Christ and a life member of Escambia
Masonic Lodge 15.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Clara Alice Fowler of Pensacola; a son,
Carl Maxwell Fowler, of Pensacola; five daughters, Mrs. Ann Powell & Mrs.
Thelma Dunning, both of Pensacola, Mrs. Juanita Swain of Denver Colorado,
Mrs. Beveles Nolan of Orange, Calif., and Mrs. Olan Moore of Garden City,
NY; a brother, Henry Fowler of Pensacola; a sister, Mrs. Mamie Seller of
Upland, Calif. and 13 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Waters & Hibbert Chapel ,
with Evangelist E. N. Lovell officiating.
Active pallbearers will be Freddie M. Black, Robert T. Baston, Jack D. Sandford,
Sr., Kyle L. Croft, Robert P. Goelz and John C. Stacey.
Honorary pallbearers will be engineers from the L&N Railroad. Burial will
be in Bayview Memorial Park Burial will be in Bayview Memorial Park Cemetery
with Waters & Hibbert Funeral Home in charge.