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Mathis Chapel Baptist
CHURCH

Catawba, NC
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Our Family
Grave Markers

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ISENHOUR
Fred Franklin Isenhour
Fannie Elizabeth Goble


JOHNSON
George Danny Johnson
Reva Marqueeta Eggers


LOFTIN
Charlie Roosevelt Loftin
Edna Jones


LOFTIN
Curtis Dean Loftin
Carolyn Janet Weeks


LOFTIN
Paul Roosevelt Loftin
Mildred Allen


LOFTIN
Sam William Loftin
Willie Aleen Goble


SETZER
Garland Stamey Setzer
Essie May Lucille Poole


SIGMON
Floyd Eugene Sigmon
Mary Helen Goble


TITRUD
Marcus Lee Titrud
Gladys Marie Isenhour


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All
Mathis Chapel
Grave Markers


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CEMETERIES

Eastview
Cemetery

Newton, NC

McCorkle Family
Cemetery

Terrell, NC

Providence Memorial
Cemetery

Catawba, NC

Weeks Family
Cemetery

Newton Grove, NC

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CHURCHES

Bethlehem Methodist
CHURCH

Claremont, NC

Catawba Methodist
CHURCH

Catawba, NC

Center Methodist
CHURCH

Catawba, NC

Mathis Chapel Baptist
CHURCH

Catawba, NC

Sharon Lutheran
CHURCH

Statesville, NC

Sherrills Ford
Presbyterian

CHURCH

Sherrills Ford, NC

Shiloh Methodist
CHURCH

Claremont, NC

St. John's Lutheran
CHURCH

Conover, NC
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LOFTIN:
 Beatty
 Corzine
 Cranford
 Fisher
 Givens
 Harwell
 Kaiser
 Lanier
 Lomax
 McCorkle
 Rudisill
 Sherrill
 Upright
 Washington
 Work


SETZER:
Aderholdt
Barringer
Bovey
Bushart
Deal
Heavner
Herman
Ikert
Miller
Motz
Rankin
Witherspoon

GOBLE:
Babst/Bobst
Douglas
Faber
Fink
Fulbright
Hefner
Meinhert
Miller
Muller
Pabst/Bobst
Robinson

JOHNSON:
Corzine
Fink
Hamilton
Kaiser
Leslie
Lewis
Moore
Sherrill
Upright
Wilkinson

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Mathis Chapel Baptist Church

 

1786 Mathis Chapel Road
Catawba, North Carolina 28609

 

Organized: 03 Mar 1951

 

 

 

Mathis Chapel Baptist Church has been an important part of Eastern-Catawba County rural life since it was organized on 03 Mar 1951.  The church didn't originate from any other church.  It was organized by a group of concerned citizens from Catawba County.  At the first prayer meeting, they discussed the need for a Baptist church in the area.
 
It wasn't long after the first prayer meeting that final plans were made for the church structure.  Mr. Hob Edwards, of Catawba, donated land for the purpose of building the church and for the establishment of the graveyard.  Part of the timber used for the construction of the original church building was donated by Mr. J. Fred Mathis, from whom the church derived its name - Mathis Chapel.  The first pastor was the Reverend Carl Keever of Lincolnton.  Charter membership totaled thirty-nine members.
 
In the beginning, the church building consisted of only a Sanctuary.  This Sanctuary served not only as a place of worship and sermons, but was also used for Sunday School.  The congregation would split into groups within the Sanctuary to conduct their Sunday School lessons. 
 

 
Eventually six Sunday School classrooms were added.  The church had no restrooms and  functioned with a single "outhouse".  Members had to park their cars around the old church, on the grass.
 
 
 

The following digital drawing of the old church building is created from the best of my memory in February 2014.  It includes six Sunday School classes, the raised podium area in the sanctuary with two sets of choir benches, main sanctuary area with benches, piano and communion table, as well as the entrance foyer and two storage rooms.  It is NOT drawn to scale.

Old Church Building (1951)

 
 

Sam, Willie and Billy Ray Loftin

 
 
 
 
 

Church Pastors

       
No. Pastor's Name First Sunday Final Sunday
1 Carl Keever 31 Mar 1951 02 Aug 1953
2 Marion Cooley 16 Aug 1953 06 Jun 1954
3 Thomas Taylor 01 Aug 1954 28 Aug 1960
4 Bill Blanton 09 Oct 1960 27 Jul 1962
5 Howard Taylor 09 Sep 1962 08 Jan 1964
6 Jerry Teague 02 Feb 1964 25 Apr 1965
7 Alvin Hoyle 18 Jul 1965 09 Nov 1969
8 A. V. (Varser) Lockee 01 Mar 1970 26 Aug 1973
9 Bruce Mathis 23 Sep 1973 10 Aug 1975
10 Jim Harris 25 Jan 1976 25 Mar 1979
11 Jeff Levan 05 Aug 1979 08 Nov 1981
12 Jessie Baldwin 18 Apr 1982 15 Apr 1984
13 Dale Mellon 24 Aug 1984 11 Aug 1988
14 Harold Ward 11 Dec 1988 07 Oct 1990
15 Coy Walker 21 Jul 1991 2010
16 Travis Triplett 2010 Present
 
 
 
 

Early Leaders from the Church in a home meeting
Bob Wilson, Sam Loftin, William Guin, T. A. Potter, Vic Kirksey, Floyd Kirksey

 
 
 

1953-54 Church Outing

(Last Row) Unknown Man, Unknown Woman, Ken & Edna Guin Warren, Unknown Man
(3rd Row) Kenneth Sigmon holding Darris, Etta Wilson, Sam Loftin, Tommy Taylor, Bob Wilson, Unknowns
(2nd Row) Willie holding Curtis, Viola Kirksey, Helen & Floyd & Harry Sigmon, Vic Kirksey, Zannie Abernathy
(Front Row) Billy Ray Loftin, Ray Sigmon, William Guin, Marie (Unknown), Martin Abernathy

 
 
 
Around 1954, Pastor Tommy Taylor, along with his wife Jane (and daughter), Glenn & Juanita Campbell (as well as their daughters Jeri and Helen), Carse & Velma Poole, Dave & Helen Hovis (as well as their daughter Sylavia), Floyd & Dorothy Kirksey and Floyd & Helen Sigmon , went to Lincolnton to preach and sing on WLON radio station 1050-AM.
 

Pastor Tommy Taylor with his wife Jane and daughter Sue

 

Glen and Juanita Campbell with Jeri and baby Helen

 

(Top Row) Juanita (with Helen) & Glenn Campbell, Helen & Dave Hovis
(Bottom Row) Velma Poole, Helen Sigmon, Jeri Capbell and Sylvia Hovis

 

Floyd Sigmon, Carse & Velma Poole, Dorothy & Fred Kirksey

 

 
 
 
The need for a larger building and more parking was discussed at an August meeting in 1961.  The land for the new church and parking lot was donated by Mr. Bill Kirksey of Catawba. 
 
Plans were drawn up for a 34' x 64' (34 ft. by 64 ft.) structure to be built on a concrete floor.  It was supported by 2" x 6" x 10' (2 inch by 6 inch by 10 ft.) stud walls which supported a bark-shaped roof inside.  Outside the building was of brick and frame with a front porch.  The cost of the church was only $10,000.
 
The church was constructed by Russell Hildebran and his workers.  The new church as completed and the first worship service in the new building was held in September 1962
 
At this point, membership for the church totaled 150 members.  the old church building, which sat nearby, was used for about five or six years as the Sunday School building.
 
 

Pastor Howard Taylor (1962 - 1964)

 
Pastor Howard Taylor eats Sunday lunch at Sam & Willie Loftin's house in Catawba.
 

Sam Loftin, Martin Goble, Howard Taylor, Floyd Sigmon

 
 
 
On March 5, 1967, the congregation approached Pastor Alvin Hoyle and the Deacons requesting that new Sunday School rooms be added.  Plans were brought before the congregation and it was decided on April 2, 1967, that nine new classrooms be built.  The total floor space for these nine rooms was to measure 30' x 72'.
 
 
Pastor Varser & Polly Lockee - Fall 1969 - Beside of the Old Church Building

Angus Varser Lockee and Polly Hallman Lockee lived in Lincolnton, NC

Varser & Polly Lockee at Find-A-Grave - CLICK HERE

 
 
The old church building was eventually disassembled and a larger parking lot was built on the spot where the old church sat. 
 
A tombstone now sits atop the hill housing a Memorial for Annie D. Guin and the dates when the old church and the new church were established.  (Old Church: March 1951, New Church: September 1962)
 

 
 
 

September 1971 Church Homecoming - Sam Loftin Family
Billy Ray holding Eric, Curtis holding Crystal, Diane & Beverly, Willie, Sam & Billy

 
 
 
In 1975 a steeple was added which can be seen from high points of the immediate area.
 
A fund was established in 1986 for the purpose of building a fellowship hall.  This room would be used for all types of meetings and gatherings, especially for Homecoming Day, which is held on the first Sunday in September.
 
Homecoming Day in September 1986 was called "Old-Fashioned Day".  Members arrived, along with their families and friends, dressed in the garb of "olden times".  They wore overalls, long dresses, bonnets, and the typical clothing of long ago.  The congregation invited all former pastors of which five attended.
 
Before his death, the church's first preacher, Carl Keever, requested to be buried in the Mathis Chapel Baptist Church Cemetery after his death.  The church agreed and set aside a burial plot for him and his wife.
 
 

Interesting Pastoral Facts

Mathis Chapel's eighth pastor, Varser Lockee, was a Native American of Cherokee descent.  Their eleventh pastor, Jeff Levan, was their youngest pastor.  Jeff began serving as pastor when he was 18-years-old.
 
 

Church Families - 2006

 
 
 

Women's Class
Willie Loftin, Patsy Stallings, Joyce Sigmon, Elgevia Eggers, Helen Hovis, Judy Honeycutt

 
 
 

Mathis Chapel Baptist Church

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 

Church Cemetery

 
 

 

 

 
 
 

Our Family Grave Markers

The grave markers in this first section of the Mathis Chapel cemetery page are for members of my family.
 
 

 
 

ISENHOUR

 

Fred Franklin Isenhour
May 8, 1928
(Still Living)

 

Fannie Elizabeth Goble
April 10, 1921
September 18, 1998

 

"United in Marriage Sept 4, 1948"

Daughters: Brenda, Pat, Marie, Teresa, Anna

Fannie, called "Lib", is the daughter of Martin Luther Goble & Beulah Vernesta Johnson

 
 

JOHNSON

 

George Danny Johnson
December 14, 1945
(Still Living)

 

Reva Marqueeta Eggers
November 10, 1951
May 10, 2000

 

 

"A Loving Dad"

 

"A Loving Mother"

 

Marqueeta was the daughter of William Clifton Eggers and Elgevia Goble
She was the granddaughter of Martin Luther Goble & Beulah Vernesta Johnson
Danny Johnson was the son of George Johnson

 
 

LOFTIN

 

Charlie Roosevelt Loftin
October 22, 1905
September 30, 1988

 

Edna Jones
September 16, 1905
November 19, 2001

 

"The Lord is my Shepherd"

Charlie was the son of Alonzo Lester Loftin and Ida Lillian Setzer

 
 

LOFTIN

 

Curtis Dean Loftin
May 8, 1953
(Still Living)

 

Carolyn Janet Weeks
May 15, 1952
(Still Living)

 

"In the Twinkling of an Eye"

1 Corinthians 15:52   In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trump:
for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible, and we shall be changed

Curtis was the son of Sam William Loftin and Willie Aleen Goble
He was the grandson of Alonzo Lester Loftin and Ida Lillian Setzer

 
 

LOFTIN

 

 
 

Paul Roosevelt Loftin
March 5, 1927
January 5, 1982

 

Mildred Allen Loftin
May 11, 1931
June 5, 1998

 
US Army, World War II "Forever in Our Hearts"

Paul was the son of Charlie Roosevelt Loftin and Edna Jones
He was the son of
Alonzo Lester Loftin and Ida Lillian Setzer

     
             

LOFTIN

 

Sam William Loftin
May 13, 1918
September 18, 1979

 

Willie Aleen Goble
December 4, 1925
(Still Living)

 

"Wed: March 21, 1942"

Sam was the son of Alonzo Lester Loftin and Ida Lillian Setzer
Willie was the daughter of
Martin Luther Goble & Beulah Vernesta Johnson

 
 

SETZER

 

Essie May Lucille Poole Setzer
Sept. 1, 1911
Nov. 14, 1989

 

Garland Stamey Setzer
Aug. 19, 1902
June 22, 1967

 

Garland Stamey Setzer was the son of Quincy Adam Setzer
Garland Stamey Setzer was the grandson of William Able Setzer and Harriette Zurella Bost
Garland Stamey Setzer was the great grandson of Jacob Lanier Setzer and Delila Deal

 
 

SIGMON

 

Floyd Eugene Sigmon
March 20, 1922
May 22, 2005

 

Mary Helen Goble
January 7, 1924
28 May 2010

 

"September 5, 1942" (Marriage)

Floyd was the son of Harry A. Sigmon and Bessie Jane Setzer
Helen was the daughter of
Martin Luther Goble & Beulah Vernesta Johnson
Their three infant children are buried at Center Methodist Church

 

 
 
 

TITRUD

 

Marcus Lee Titrud
September 29, 1942
(Still Living)

 

Gladys Marie Isenhour
December 15, 1952
June 23, 2003

 

Marie was the daughter of Fred Isenhour and Fannie Elizabeth "Lib" Goble
She was the granddaughter of
Martin Luther Goble & Beulah Vernesta Johnson

 
 
 

Additional Church and Cemetery Photos

 

 
 
 
 

All Mathis Chapel Grave Markers

The following is a listing of all the grave markers in the cemetery
at Mathis Chapel Baptist Church as of 03 Jan 2014.

 
 

 
   
Beckham  
Beckham, Calvin Sherrill
17 May 1931 - 19 Sep 2011
 
CPL US Army Korea
Loving Husband and Father
 
   
   
   
Bray Bridges
Bray, Barbara Cecilia Kirksey
12 Jul 1939 - 03 Oct 2013
Bridges, Howard E.
19 Mar 1911 - 15 May 1969
Barbara was a daughter of the late John Joe Litamore Kirksey and Effie Estelle Mathis Kirksey Into Thy Hands I Commend My Spirit
   
   
   
Broome
Broome, Fred T.
02 Apr 1900 - 15 Aug 1979
Broome, Ruth K.
01 Jul 1917 - 05 Jul 2011
   
   
   
Broome Broome
Broome, Rachel Christen
Baby  1955
Broome, Randy A.
Baby  1955
Rachel was the daughter of Rhonda Branch Broome Randy was the son of Rhonda Branch Broome
   
   
   
Broome  
Broome, Rhoda Branch
1934 - 1991
 
   
   
   
Buff
   
Buff, Dolph
15 May 1907 - 28 Nov 1990
Buff, Stelmar Sigmon
11 Sep 1911 - 19 Sep 1989
Married: 08 Jun 1928
In Loving Memory
   
   
   
Buff Bullabough
Buff, John Davis
20 Oct 1941 - 17 Dec 2003
Bullabough, Kassie Makayla
10 Mar 1999 - 04 Sep 2001
We Will Meet Again I Love You Doodle Bug
   
   
   
Campbell
Campbell, Glenn W.
29 Dec 1915 - 03 Oct 1992
Campbell, Juanita W.
15 Nov 1918 - 22 Mar 1990
   
   
   
Crowder
Crowder, Brian Keith
20 Dec 1971 - 06 Apr 1998
Married: 30 May 1997  
   
   
   
Dula
Dula, Phillip Delane
03 Sep 1963 - 11 Nov 1982
Those Who Knew Him Could Not Help But Love Him
Phillip was the son of Franklin Delane Dula and Pansy Hovis Dula Causby
He was the grandson of David & Helen Poole Hovis
   
   
   
Eades
Eades, Robert Lee
09 Aug 1928 - 14 Dec 2007
Eades, Ida B.
1933 - 1992
   
   
   
Edmondson
Edmondson, Michael Levane
31 Aug 1945 - 12 Dec 2012
Edmondson, Gail Edwards
14 Mar 1945 - No Date
Married: 16 Oct 1966
They Shall Mount Up With Wings As Eagles  Isaiah 40:31
Michael was the son of the late Howard Levane Edmondson & Evelyn Goforth Edmondson Hedrick  
   
   
Edwards
Edwards, Dewey H. Jr.
03 May 1937 - Present
Edwards, Peggy Owens
23 Apr 1938 - 02 Apr 2003
Together Forever: 6 - 27-1957
   
   
   
Flowers  
Flowers, Jason W.
20 mar 1927 - 09 Oct 2000
 
Pvt US Army World War II  
   
   
   
Gazaway Greer
Gazaway, Georgie R.
19 Aug 1883 - 29 Jul 1970
Greer, Zelda Mae Kirksey
08 Apr 1926 - 19 Dec 2008
The Lord is My Shepherd Zelda was the daughter of Alexander Kirksey and Sallie Setzer Dagenhardt
   
   
   
Guin  
Guin, Harry Lee Sr.
04 Feb 1939 - 25 Sep 1989
 
   
   
   
Heavner
Heavner, Richard Shane
05 Dec 1973 - 07 Apr 1995
My Beloved Son
   
   
   
Helms Helms
Helms, "Baby"
(No Dates; No Marker; Mother, Rhoda Helms)
Helms, Bertha K.
1909 - 1990
   
   
   
Helms Helms
Helms, Bobby C.
11 Nov 1941 - 23 Dec 1990
Helms, Charlie Grover
11 Nov 1899 - 03 Feb 1967
  Husband of Bertha Kirksey
   
   
Helms  
Helms, John Franklin
1919 - 1980
 
   
   
   
Hildebran Hodge
Hilderbran, Russell H.
21 Mar 1928 - 20 Nov 1991
Hodge, Kathy E.
14 Feb 1967 - 10 Aug 1996
S1 US Navy A Loving Wife
   
   
   
Hovis
Hovis, David Lockman
26 Oct 1916 - 28 Jan 1998
Hovis, Helen Poole
29 Mar 1923 - 24 Mar 2009
Married: 31 May 1941
   
   
   
Hughey  
Hughey, Rosie Mathis
26 Dec 1926 - 31 Oct 2008
 
In Loving Memory  
   
   
   
Isenhour
Isenhour, Fred F.
08 May 1928 - 20 Oct 2012
Isenhour, Fannie Elizabeth Goble
10 Apr 1921 - 18 Sep 1998
United in Marriage: 04 Sep 1948
Daughters: Brenda, Pat, Marie, Teresa, Anna
   
   
   
Johnson
Johnson, George Danny
14 Dec 1945 - Present
Johnson, Reva Marquetta Eggers
10 Nov 1951 - 10 May 2000
   
   
   
Keever
Keever, Carl Houston
13 Jun 1920 - 02 Mar 2007
Keever, Mary Abernathy
09 Dec 1922 - 17 Sep 2006
   
   
   
Kirksey
Kirksey, Alexander
1883 - 1961
Kirksey, Sallie S.
1894 - 1965
   
   
   
Kirksey  
Kirksey, Bill
07 Jun 1923 - 07 Dec 2013
 
Department of the Navy, USA  
   
   
   
Kirksey
Kirksey, John J.
20 Jul 1899 - 20 Dec 1987
Kirksey, Effie Estelle M.
26 Jul 1908 - 25 Feb 1997
Married: 14 Aug 1926
   
   
   
Helms Helms
Kirksey, Luther
22 Feb 1919 - 13 May 1974
Kirksey, Minnie L.
08 Sep 1910 - 14 Nov 1983
Our Beloved Brother  
   
   
   
Kirksey
Kirksey, Victor
09 Feb 1902 - 17 Jan 1995
Kirksey, Viola H.
16 Jan 1907 - 27 Nov 1984
Married: 30 Apr 1927
   
   
   
Kirksey
Kirksey, Walter N.
05 Aug 1923 - 27 Nov 1989
Kirksey, Colleen H.
06 Oct 1936 - 24 Aug 2013
   
   
   
Kirksey Kirksey
Kirksey, Mack J.
26 Nov 1945 - 03 Aug 1958
Kirksey, William J.
01 Nov 1969 - 01 Nov 1969
   
   
Leatherman
Leatherman, Jack Johnny
10 Apr 1934 - 12 Sep 1993
Leatherman, Jessie Mae
04 Feb 1934 - 08 Dec 1999
   
   
   
Leatherman Leatherman
Leatherman, Ronda B.
1964 - 1984
Leatherman, Rufus D.
1941 - 1984
(Daughter of Rufus Leatherman)  
   
   
Leatherman Leatherman
Leatherman, Steven Michael
15 Feb 1964 - 25 Nov 2010
Leatherman, Terry Neal
14 Apr 1970 - 09 Sep 1972
  (Son of Mr. & Mrs. J. J. Leatherman)
   
   
   
Loftin
Loftin, Charlie Roosevelt
22 Oct 1905 - 30 Sep 1988
Loftin, Edna Jones
16 Sep 1905 - 19 Nov 2001
The Lord is My Shepherd
   
   
   
Loftin
Loftin, Curtis Dean
08 May 1953 - No Date
Loftin, Carolyn Weeks
15 May 1952 - No Date
In the Twinkling of an Eye
   
   
   
Loftin
Loftin, Paul Roosevelt
05 Mar 1927 - 05 Jan 1982
Loftin, Mildred Allen
11 May 1931 - 05 Jun 1998
US Army World War II Forever In Our Hearts
   
   
   
Loftin
Loftin, Sam William
13 May 1918 - 18 Sep 1979
Loftin, Willie Goble
04 Dec 1925
Married: 21 Mar 1942
   
   
   
Loftin Lynch
Loftin, William Roosevelt
01 Aug 1971
Lynch, Thomas H.
15 Dec 1921 - 10 May 2005
Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep Cpl US Army Air Forces World War II
   
   
   
Lynch
Lynch, William Berger, Sr.
19 Aug 1889 - 20 Nov 1974
Lynch, Sarah E. Steele
20 Dec 1893 - No Date
   
   
   
Mathis
Mathis, J. Fred
28 May 1904 - 23 Sep 1960
Mathis, Emmer P.
18 Nov 1904 - 07 Nov 1989
Presented by the Church
   
   
   
Mathis
Mathis, Lawrence Z.
03 Aug 1901 - 22 Apr 1986
Mathis, Dollie K.
11 Feb 1905 - 23 Mar 2001
   
   
   
McManue
McManus, Missouri D.
22 Jun 1918 - 1986
McManus, James R.
01 Nov 1920 - 08 Nov 1981
   
   
   
Poole
Poole, Billy Dean
09 Dec 1955 - 07 Apr 1966
Our Beloved Son
   
   
   
Poole
Poole, Carson Benjamin
14 Jul 1916 - 16 Apr 2010
Poole, Velma Campbell
11 Oct 1921 - (No Date)
God is Our Refuge and Strength Psalm 46:1
   
   
   
Poole
Poole, Russell
16 May 1919 - 30 Jul 1997
Poole, Mettie Lee Wilkerson
13 May 1920 - 28 Oct 2005
   
   
   
Ramsey  
Ramsey, Jerry M.
30 May 1949 - 06 Nov 1997
 
   
   
   
Setzer
Setzer, Essie May Lucille Poole
01 Sep 1911 - 14 Nov 1989
Setzer, Garland S.
19 Aug 1902 - 22 Jun 1967
Garland was the son of Quince Adam Setzer & Mary Jane McGee Setzer
 
   
   
Sherrill
Sherrill, S. Clifford
21 Dec 1930 - Present
Sherrill, Hazel Kirksey
30 Apr 1931 - 28 Aug 2012
Married: 22 Jul 1950
   
   
   
Sigmon  
Sigmon, Doris J. Detter
18 Mar 1951 - 16 Jan 1983
 
God Loves You  
   
   
   
Sigmon
Sigmon, Floyd Eugene
20 Mar 1922 - 22 May 2005
Sigmon, Helen Goble
07 Jan 1924 - 28 May 2010
Married: 05 Sep 1942
   
   
   
Sigmon
Sigmon, Kenneth B.
04 Jun 1933 - (No Date)
Sigmon, Joyce Guin
04 Aug 1933 - (No Date)
Married 01 Jul 1949
   
   
   
Titrud
Titrud, Marcus Lee
29 Sep 1942 - (No Date)
Titrud, Gladys Marie Isenhour
15 Dec 1952 - 23 Jun 2003
   
   
   
Tomblin  
Tomblin, Baby
(No Dates)
 
   
   
   
Townsel
Townsel, Perry W.
1905-1986
Townsel, Mary P.
1909 - 1993
   
   
   
Trumbauer
Trumbauer, Claude Henry Sr.
18 Apr 1906 - 30 Dec 1981
Trumbauer, Mary E.
21 Sep 1912 - 14 Oct 1982
   
   
   
Woodruff
Woodruff, Jimmy W.
07 Feb 1947 - 05 Nov 1994
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Check out the family webpages of
Mathis Chapel Baptist Church  members

 
Eggers, Elgevia Goble & William Clifton Eggers, Sr.
Goble, Martin Luther
Isenhour, Fannie Elizabeth "Lib" & Fred Isenhour
Loftin, Charlie Roosevelt & Edna Jones
Loftin, Curtis Dean & Carolyn Janet Weeks
Loftin, Paul Roosevelt & Mildred Allen
Loftin, Sam William
Loftin, William Ray
Loftin, Willie Aleen Goble
Potter, Elsie Louise Loftin & T.A. Poter
Sigmon, Mary Helen Goble & Floyd Sigmon
 
 
 

 

 
 
 
 
 

SOURCES

 

A special thanks to Willie Goble Loftin and Helen Goble Sigmon
for the old photos from the early days of the church.

 
 
 
 
 
                             
                             
                             
                             

 

                           

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