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On this page of our Peterson-Spann Family Website you can submit a memorial (including an obituary) to honor a lost loved one. You can also leave a comment to pay tribute to a family member who's name has already been submitted. We thank God for the time with our loved ones. Scroll down to "Add a Memorial" or to "Add a Tribute"
 
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1.) To submit a memorial for a Peterson-Spann family member click "Add a Memorial" below.
2.) To leave a tribute for someone who's already been listed click "Add A Tribute" to the right

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Annie Pearl Peterson (Brown)

October 1st, 1911 - November 27th, 1992

My beloved Grandmother, you meant so much to me and to so many others. I truly miss you. Your grandson, Alonzo Brown.

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From Kitty Luster on August 8th, 2013
Mama Dear, I love you and miss you. Your baby KID
 
From Marilyn Carter on July 10th, 2013
Grandmoma I miss you Much....Your granddaughter Marilyn
 

Clarence Brown

November 11th, 1956 - March 5th, 2013

Clarence, although you are my nephew you are like my little brother.I remember baby sitting you, wagging you on my hip,because you were almost big as me.When there were juice in your bottle I would sucked as much as you did.I thank the Lord for you being in my life.( Love ya) your auntee/sister Kitty Rose (KID)

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Mr. Clarence Brown was born 11/11/1956 in Noxubee County, Macon, Miss. His Parents are Lula Bell Brown Betton and the Late Lounza Howard. Clarence is the grandson of the late Annie Pearl Peterson, and the late Barcus Brown. He has other siblings, aunts, uncles, and friends. We all love Clarence, but God loves him best.

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James Edward Brown

October 27th, 1934 - February 9th, 1994


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From kitty luster on August 8th, 2013
love you big brother, and miss you
 
From Marilyn Carter on July 10th, 2013
Uncle James you always kept us laughing ,  you where a joy to be around.  Miss You Much...
Your niece ....Marilyn
 
From Alonzo Brown on July 19th, 2011
Uncle James, you always made me smile and you will forever be remembered. Your loving nephew, Alonzo Brown 
 

Barcus Brown Jr.

August 10th, 1909 - July 9th, 1989

Barcus was my paternal grandfather and he left a legacy of love and caring for his family. Grandpa Barcus, you'll always be missed. Love your grandson, Alonzo Brown

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From Kitty Luster on August 8th, 2013
Daddy, thanks for always being there for your family. I know you are in heaven eating all the sweets you wants, but you deserve it. Love!! Your baby girl KID
 
From Marilyn Carter on July 10th, 2013
Granddaddy I love you and miss you very much...
Your Granddaughter Marilyn
 

Annie B. Brown (Little)

June 29th, 1934 - August 16th, 2002


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From Kitty Luster on August 10th, 2013
Love you big SIS and miss you .
Your baby sister Kitty Rose
 
 
 

Katie Brown (Lockett)

December 31st, 1935 - September 15th, 2012

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Katie M. Lockett was born 12/31/1935 in Macon, Miss. to the late Annie Pearl Peterson Brown and Barcus Brown. Katie was united in Holy Matrimony to Jimmie L. Lockett on 6/10/1953. To this union five children were born; Delores, Jimmie,Jr., Barcus, Phyllis, and Tamara. 
Katie also have other sibilings, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
 
GIVE HER OF THE FRUIT OF HER HANDS; AND LET HER OWN WORKS PRAISE HER IN THE GATES ."Proverbs 31:31"

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From Kitty Luster on August 10th, 2013
 Katie, You are my big sis. and I love you very much, thanks for all you did for our family. Girl I sure do miss you. your baby sis. KID
 
From Kitty Luster on August 10th, 2013
Katie, you are my big sister that would send me those pretty dresses when I was in high school. As I have told you many times thanks.Girl I sure do miss your smiling face. I remember that song you lead when we had the Brown's Family Mother Day  dinner here in Macon Ms." When  all of Gods Children get together what a time"  Love you!!!!                        
Your baby sis. KID
 

Jimmie L. Lockett Jr.

August 16th, 1957 - September 5th, 1982


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From Kitty Luster on August 10th, 2013
Junior, you are one of my favorite nephew. Sorry your life here with us was short, but God knows best. Love you your aunt KID
 
From Alonzo Brown on July 19th, 2011
Image Cousin Junior, I remember you playing your guitar and drums like it was yesterday. You'll truly missed. Your loving cousin, Alonzo Brown
 

Annie Pearl Brown (Marshall)

January 23rd, 1946 - July 7th, 2014

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From Eddie Marshall IIi on July 18th, 2015
Image Moma, how I miss you. If I could roll back the hand of time to tell you thank you for being the best, I mean the best mother God could have ever given me. Love Pot...tears...........
 
 
From Eddie Marshall IIi on July 18th, 2015
Image Moma, how I miss you. If I could roll back the hand of time to tell you thank you for being the best, I mean the best mother God could have ever given me. Love Pot...tears...........
 
 
From Marilyn Carter on February 21st, 2015
Moma I am missing you so much.  Love you my sweet.....
 

pearlie mae spann (mcfarland)

July 29th, 1933 - September 10th, 2000

Oh how I miss your face, your smile your words of comfort,just you .GOD knows best because he is the bestt .What ever you need he has and will  provide. He gives us what we need when we needed it .When we needed a weeper he sent us Jeremiah, when we needed  patience he sent us Job, whenwe needed a dreamer he sent us Dr.M.L.King,when we needed  comforter and guide he set us the Holy Spirit,when we needed a redeemer he sent us the best he sent us Jesus . When we needed  someone to love,comfort hug ,and pray for us ,he sent us a mother,.On 09 10 2000 we were just like the deciples when Jesus told them that he had to give up the ghost.We wept,but he did not leave us alone for he gave us the Holy Spirit.When his angels met you in the middle of the air you had a smile on your face ,because your earthly wings had failed and Jesus was waiting with your eternal pair. rest on dear mother for I love you just like the rest but I know that Jesus loves you the best.

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From Jomara Rogers on May 6th, 2013
Man......I miss the saying..."COFFEE MAKES YOU BLACK."....I remeber being that little girl racing to the kitchen hoping to be the first one to lick the spoon from your home made frosting after you baked a cake....Your smile....my GOD... your smile when you was laughing at one your grandkids or hearing a funny story. The voice of you calling and your "HELLOs" spound like a song almost....yes my dear gerandmother you are and will always remained missed. I still sometimes picture you jazzed up on your way to church....little things people take for granted....I miss
 
From raquel green on April 8th, 2013
I miss you so much. That  beautiful smile you had, just lit up a room.
 
From Shawn Graham on January 17th, 2012
 Hello I'm ShawnGraham in 12 and im glad that the family reunion 
And  I'm glad to.  Have your blood .
 

George Spann

April 26th, 1949 - May 4th, 2014

George Spann was my father and friend. He was a caring, wise, and giving man. He loved his family. We love you and miss you!

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George Spann was born on April 26, 1949 in Brooksville, MS to Dorothy aka Willie Mac (Hairston) Spann and George (Little Man) Spann. He attended St. Louis Public Schools graduating from Beaumont High School in 1967. After high school, he attended Forest Park Community College and Harris Stowe State College. He loved looking for his family, reading philosophy, and jazz music. He left behind the love of love and best friend, Chereyl Helene (Turner) Spann, his loving children, and adoring grandchildren.

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From Jameelah Cain on January 30th, 2015
Image Uncle George was my uncle, "father", motivator, critical friend, and unconditional supporter.  He was a man of pride and honor that dedicated his life to his family. I am eternally blessed to have had his profound presence in my life. Uncle George's sense of duty separated him from the common man. He was wiser, hipper, and more passionate than the average man. His countless sacrifices for our family have helped to build and strengthen so many lives. Every day I reflect on things he said and important things he taught me.  He taught me the truest, purest definition of love: through highs and lows, good times, bad times, bad decisions, and tough lessons... LOVE IS WHAT IT DOES!!! I can say that my uncle's love for me was immeasurable and incomparable. I cannot remember a time that I did not know that I was loved and supported. We all love and miss you tremendously.  Until we meet again XOXO
 
 

elnora peterson (spann_chandler)

June 26th, 1910 - December 31st, 1993

If you ever meet a virtous woman you met my grandmama love you miss you grandmama whenyou told me not to worry about you because you kept his commandments and tha you would be resurrected just likr him I want to say servant well done   love you your granddaughter gwallon mcfarland graham

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Ethel Chandler (Weddle)

June 9th, 1940 - February 1st, 2017

our family chain is broken and our hearts are too.its hard to say goodbye to family,especially you.as long as i an remember you have been a part of my life.i remember you and moma in the kitchen cooking and laughing all night.you could make and bake pies like noone else could. yes i am talking about my aun shugg.you were thefirst to have the nerves to let me do your hair and nails.you didnt fuss when i failed.you could chew bu-gum as you called it better than me because you could chew yours without your teeth.yes i am talking about my aunt granny.you were there when my last 5 kids wereborn.you said girl slow down,it seems like you are having a baby every other day. yes i am talking about my aunt shugga mae.you were there when i got my drivers lisence.we were always on the road, to memphis,to st louis,to a town called bethel .yes i am talking about my aunt ethel.you were called by many different names ethel,moma,aunt shugg,aunt granny,and shugga mae.whatever name we called you they were irrevelant.because your best name was called theothr day when God called your namefaithful servant. love your niece gwallon

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Teresa Williams

January 14th, 1961 - November 29th, 2011

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Teresa Marie Williams was born January14.1961, in St. Louis, Mo. to Doris Jean Brown Williams and the late Jerry Williams. Teresa children are Jamaal, Cortez, and Christina Williams. To cherish her life Teresa have other sibiling, aunts, uncles, cousins and a host of relatives and friends.
 
I have fough a good fight, I have finish my course, I have kept the faith:
11 Timothy 4:7

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From Marilyn Carter on February 21st, 2015
I love you and miss you cuz....