NOTES -- PITTS FAMILY
CHARLTON COUNTY HERALD [county weekly newspaper]:
Mr. and Mrs. A.S. Pits returned to Winokur from Hawkinsville where they were called because of illness of her family where seven members died of pneumonia and measles. She became ill while there but is improving and is back at home.
A.L. Pitts of Winokur was a visitor this week. He was carrying his hand in a sling. He had it caught in a belt at the mill, crushing it so badly as to render it useless.
Winokur Gristmill: Eugene Roddenberry is getting ready for hard times. A.L. Pitts has been repairing his Winokur gristmill for some of the overplus of corn.
Satilla Riverside News: The Holiness Church met Tuesday to pray for Mrs. Sindy Drury who has been ill for some time. The ones present were Mr. and Mrs. Allen and little daughter; Mrs. Lizzie Higginbotham; Mrs. Belle Johns; Mrs. Harmon Johns, daughter and grandson; Mrs. Taylor and son Nelson; Mrs. J.H. Warren and family; Ollie Barber and Bailey Barber and Mrs. A.L. Pitts and family.
Mrs. L.T. Wasdin died at her home in Winokur……funeral was conducted at Corinth Cemetery. Active pallbearers were J.C. Howard, M.D. Thrift, N.E. Roddenberry, J.L. Pitts, J.C. Littlefield, Jr., Gilbert Henderson.
CHARLTON COUNTY HISTORICAL NOTES 1972 by Charlton County Historical Commission:
In the history of Philadelphia Freewill Baptist Church, C.J. Pitts was among several men who served as pastor of this church.
HISTORY OF PHILADELPHIA FREE WILL BAPTIST CHUCH OF CHARLTON COUNTY by History Committee:
The Sunday School was organized during the ministry of Rev. C.J. Pitts in the late 1930s.
Picture of C.J. Pitts. Underneath it is: August 1936-September 19 40. November 1954 – August 1955.
CEMETERIES OF CHARLTON COUNTY, GA. By Baker County Historical Society, Macclenny, Florida 32063
Corinth Cemetery, Charlton County, Georgia
PITTS, Andrew b……… d 1955
Lois B. Mays
April 17, 2006