ILDERTON, SAVAUGHN HAWKINS WHETSELL
DOB: 31 May 1908, Wilmington, NC
Parents: Edward Winferd & Frances Idela Stokley Hawkins
Religion: Cherokee Place United Methodist Church, member Jessie Belle Shonk Chapter #269 Order of the Eastern Star, life member
DOD: Saturday, 18 January 2003
Daughters: Frances GeraldineW. DeCandio (Michael) of Jacksonville, FL, Alma Madeline W. Long (John) of Orlando, FL, Savaughn Janet I. Caddell of Summerville, SC
Grandchildren: Michael Joel DeCandio (Susie), Michelle (Jerry) Martin, Pamela McConnell, Johnell Long (Jack) Pawley, Chester Bobby (Chris) Long, Leslie Nance, Matt Long, Dane (Sue-Von) Caddell, Carrie Dill
Great great-grandchildren: three
First husband: Joe Whetsell
Second husband: Augustus “Gussy” Ilderton
Granddaughter: Bonnie Caddell Markham
Services: Tuesday, 21 January 2003 in J. Henry Stuhr, Inc Greenridge Rd. Chapel
Interment: will follow in Carolina Memorial Park
[Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, Monday, 20 January 2003]
ILDERTON, WILLIAM L., III
DOB: 14 September 1963; Age: 39 years
POB: Charleston, SC
Father: William L. Ilderton, Jr. of Ladson, SC
Mother: Elizabeth Hawkins Ilderton of Ladson, SC
Education: Garrett High School graduated
Trident Technical College
Occupation: Building Design Associate with Trident Technical College
DOD: 3 December 2002, Tuesday
Wife: Tina Tremblay Ilderton of Ladson, SC
Son: Andrew Ilderton of Ladson, SC
Daughter: Katelyn Ilderton of Ladson, SC
Brothers: Timothy Leroy Ilderton of James Island, SC
William Scott Ilderton of James Island, SC
Sister: Rebecca Ilderton Jureka of Columbia, SC
Services: 6 December 2002, Friday, in James A Dyal Funeral Home Chapel, Summerville, SC
[Source: The Post & Courier Newspaper, 5 December 2002, Thursday.]
Vera Johnson Infinger, 82, of Moncks Corner, SC, a retired diet aid at Magnolia Manor,
died July 6, 2006, in a Mt. Pleasant nursing home.The funeral was held 1 p.m. July 8 in
the Chapel of the Dial-Murray Funeral Home, Moncks Corner. The Rev. Fritz Young officiated.
Interment followed in St. John's Baptist Church Cemetery.
Mrs. Infinger was born Oct. 22, 1923, in Columbia, SC, a daughter of John Wesley Johnson
and Genora Cloniger Johnson. She was a member of the First Baptist Church, Moncks Corner,
a former member of Charleston Heights Baptist Church, and attended St. John's Baptist
Church. She was a graduate of North Augusta High School.Surviving are three daughters,
Jacqueline I. Corley of Liberty, SC, Miriam I. Crain of Interlachen, Fla., and Amanda I.
Patterson of Goose Creek; two sons, Daniel N. Infinger, III, of Ladson, and W. Gene
Infinger of Summerville; a brother, Rev. William Johnson and his wife, Madeline, of
Springhill, Fla.; her former husband, Daniel N. "Buster" Infinger, Jr., of Goose
Creek; twelve grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren.Pallbearers were Nathan
Lantz, Rick Chambers, Jeremy Wilkin, Gene Infinger, Jr., Scooter Infinger, and Larry David.
IZARD, Anne Entered into eternal rest on the evening of March 16, 2007, Anne
Kirk Izard, widow of S. Edward Izard, Jr., M.D., residence Charleston, S.C.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend her funeral services at St.
Philip's Episcopal Church, Tuesday morning, March 20, 2007 at 11 o'clock with
interment to follow in the churchyard. Friends may call at J. Henry Stuhr's
Downtown Chapel between five and seven o'clock Monday. She was born on September
11, 1916 in Charleston, the third daughter of Lillias deLiesseline and Francis
deL. Kirk. A graduate of Ashley Hall, she received her B.A. degree from the
College of Charleston. In 1938 she married Charles F. Middleton, Jr., who was
killed in 1944 during World War II. In 1948 she married S. Edward Izard,
Jr., M.D., who died in 1999. She was a lifelong member of St. Philip's Episcopal
Church where she was a member of the Altar Guild for over 40 years. She was
also a member of the Junior League (Past President), Ladies Benevolent
Society (Past Superintendent and Honorary Life Member), Carolina Assembly (Founder
and Past President), Ladies Fuel Society, Charleston Library Society,
Huguenot Society, South Carolina Historical Society, Confederate Home, and the
Thursday Club. In addition to her parents and husbands, she was predeceased by
her sisters, Martha K. Kirk and Frances K. Palmer, as well as a great grandson,
Charles Ashton Middleton. She is survived by her three sons; Charles F.
Middleton, III and his wife Bettina, Philip A. Middleton and his wife Judith, and
Edward D. Izard, all of Charleston; nine grandchildren; eight great
grandchildren; and numerous nephews and nieces. Memorials may be made to St. Philip's
Episcopal Church, 142 Church Street, Charleston, SC 29401, or the Bishop
Gadsden Residents' Assistance Fund, 1 Bishop Gadsden Way, Charleston, SC, 29412.
Arrangements by J. HENRY STUHR, INC., DOWNTOWN CHAPEL. Visit our guestbook
Published in the Charleston Post & Courier on 3/18/2007.