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 - Lee Ford Lee Doffers Ford, 58, of Rt. 5,...
Lee Ford Lee Doffers Ford, 58, of Rt. 5, Greenville, Paris community, was dead on arrival at a local hospital yesterday at 6:15 p.m. He had been in declining health for the past 10 years. He was born in Madison County, County, Ga., the son of Mrs. Cora Patterson Ford and the late Grover Ford. He lived most of his life in Greenville and for the past 37 years in Paris community. community. He operated the Ford Barber Shop on Rutherford Road in Paris community. He was a member of the South Oarolina Barber Association and attended the Church of God. Surviving also are his wife, Mrs. Estell Holloway Ford; a daughter, Mrs. Horace (Jean-ette) (Jean-ette) (Jean-ette) Swafford of Greenville; a son, Lee D. Ford of Knox-ville, Knox-ville, Knox-ville, Tenn.; a sister. Mrs. Clyde (Angie Lou) Bridges of Columbia; two brothers. Carl roru oi u-reenviiie u-reenviiie u-reenviiie and Cleo Ford of Atlanta; a half-sister, half-sister, half-sister, in 1 ... Mrs. jonnny (Monty Thelma) jonnson of Chicago, IU.; and live grandchildren. The family is at the home of the daughter, Mrs. Swafford, i iviarcnain m Monaview. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Thomas McAfee r unerai wome.

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  1. The Greenville News,
  2. 20 Mar 1968, Wed,
  3. Main Edition,
  4. Page 6

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