Frank Dunn Williams was the younger brother of Mamma Nelle and
the youngest son of Edward Heath Williams and Maude Dunn Williams. He was married to Lenita Mason.
Their children are:
Phylis Jean Williams (Mrs. Dan Stringer) bn 30 May 1918
Frank Dunn Williams, Jr., bn 27 Dec 1919 Jonesboro AR, d 17 Aug 1947
Juanita Williams, bn abt 1921
Martha Ann Williams, bn abt 1923
Joyce Williams, bn abt 1925
Jean Williams Born
May 1918 Jonesboro AR
H. Stringer 30 Dec 1938 Jonesboro
15 Nov 1915 AR
5 Nov 1993
Dunn Williams, Jr Major in
USMC. Pilot killed during training in
Dec 1919 Jonesboro
17 Aug 1947 Cherrypoint, NC
Ollie Lee McKnight
17 Oct 1925 Mountain View AR
17 May 2014 Paragould AR
Born 13 Mar
1923 Jonesboro AR, Died 4 Nov 2014 Conway AR
Springs City Cemetery, Heber Springs AR
Ann Williams Born
1923 Jonesboro AR
4 Nov 2014 Heber Springs AR
Heber Springs City Cemetery,
Heber Springs AR
first Jack J. Davis 1 Dec 1949 Jonesboro AR
2nd Edward “Ed”
20 Jun 1929 Heber Springs AR
20 Aug 2012 Little Rock AR
Martha Ann Irwin’s
the daughter of Frank D. Williams and Lenita Mason Williams was born in
Jonesboro, Arkansas on March 13, 1923 and passed away at Conway, Arkansas on
November 4, 2014 at the age of 91 years. Martha Ann was retired from Olin
Corporation and she was a member of St. Albert Catholic Church in Heber
Springs. She moved here from Little Rock and was an avid bridge player and
loved crossword puzzles.
She was preceded in
death by her parents her husband's Jack J. Davis of Little Rock and Ed Henry
Irwin of Heber Springs. Martha Ann was also preceded in death by three sisters
Phyllis Williams Stringer, Juanita Williams Booker, and Joyce Williams, one
brother Frank Dunn Williams. She is survived by a stepson, Mike Irwin and wife
Evelyn of Heber Springs, two grandchildren, Thomas Irwin of Fenton, Missouri
and Ross Irwin and wife Mary of Houston, Texas, a stepson, Jack K. Davis, three
nieces and two nephews besides other relatives and many friends.
A visitation will be
held on Friday, November 7, 2014 at Family Funeral Service from 5 until 7 p.m.
and a funeral mass will be held on Saturday, November 8, 2014 at 10 a.m. in St.
Albert Catholic Church in Heber Springs, Interment will be in the Heber Springs
Cemetery by Family Funeral Service.
Henry Irwin’s Obituary by Dwight's Family Funeral Service
Ed Henry Irwin the son of
Henry Clay Irwin and Bess Irwin Phillips was born in Heber Springs, Arkansas on
June 20, 1929 and passed away in Little Rock, Arkansas on August 20, 2012 at
the age of 83 years.
Ed was the owner of Heber Hardware
and Furniture which later became Irwin's Ace Hardware store in Heber Springs.
He was Past President of the Arkansas Hardware Association and Past President
of the Heber Springs Rotary Club. He was a 32 Degree Mason and Past Master of
the Lodge, a director with Arkansas National Bank in Heber Springs and greeter
at Super Splash Car Wash in Heber Springs for the past 15 years.
was preceded in death by his
wife Leta Jo Benbrook Irwin. He is survived by his wife Martha Ann Davis Irwin,
Son Mike Irwin and wife Evelyn of Heber Springs and two grandsons Thomas Irwin
of St. Louis, Missouri and Ross Irwin and wife Mary of Houston, Texas besides
other relatives and many friends.
A visitation will be held
Wednesday, August 22, 2012 from 5:00 until 7:00 PM at Family Funeral Service,
100 West Searcy Street, Heber Springs, AR and funeral services will be on
Thursday, August 23 at 1:30 PM at the First United Methodist Church in Heber
Springs with interment in the Heber Springs Cemetery. Officiating will be Rev.
Tommy Toombs and pallbearers are Jim Robbins, Jon Robbins, Nevin Robbins, Sam
Haile, Howard Cahpin, John Cook, Tommy Mays and Dwight Olmstead. Honorary
Pallbearers are Art Dunn, Earnie Stark, Jack Duckworth, Tom Holland, Jerry
Pilkington, Cecil Alexander and J. L. Mullens.
5. Joyce Williams
Born 30 May 1918
1981 Jonesboro AR, one day after she was married.
Married Emory H. Winchester 22 Feb 1941
Lawrence County AR
5 Feb 1920
Holy Cross Cemetery, Jonesboro AR
Died 29 Nov 1975 Hialeah FL
Frank Dunn Williams' Obituary
Well Known Business Man Dies Sunday At Local Hospital
Frank D. Williams, aged 50, died Sunday afternoon at 5:40 at St. Bernard's Hospital. He
had been quite ill for several months and hoped for his recovery was abandoned some time ago.
Mr. Williams had operated the Williams Hardware Company since 1935. Before
that he had been associated in the operation of the Jonesboro Hardware Company since 1917.
He was born at Luxora but moved to Jonesboro as a child
and had made his home here since that time.
As a young man he was prominent as an athlete, playing on baseball and
basketball teams and serving as an official at athletic contests on many
occasions. He served in the U. S. Navy
in World War One.
Mr. Williams was a member of the Catholic Church, the Knights of Columbus, and the Elks Club.
Survivors are his widow, the former Miss Lenita Mason; one son, Major Frank D. Williams of the U. S. Marine Corps; three daughters, Mrs. Dan Stringer, and
Misses, Martha Ann and Juanita Williams; one sister, Mrs. Bernard Holthouse, Lawrenceburg, Tenn.; and a brother, Ed J. Williams,
Roswell, N .M.
Funeral services will be conducted at nine o'clock Tuesday morning; at the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church with
the Rev. W. J. Kordsmeier in charge.
Pallbearers will be, active: John Chambers, B. c. Hartin, Cecil Looney, Frank Dalhoff, Jos w. Gatz, W. M Davis, Brough
Patterson, and Will Mack.
Members of the Elks Club and the Knights of Columbus
will be honorary pallbearers.
The Rosary service will be conducted at the Gregg Funeral Home at 7:30 this evening.