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|Angieline Moore Barber|
Angieline (Angie) Moore Barber was born June 18, 1918, to the late Willie Moore and Rebecca Robinson Moore on LeMark Plantation in Clayton.
She sought a personal relationship with the Lord and united with the Saint Mark Baptist Church. She served as a faithful and dedicated member for over 60 years. Sister Barber possessed a kind and gentle spirit. It could be noted in her voice tone as well as in her facial expressions. The means by which she demonstrated her Christian faith, love of God and His people will forever be a guiding light to those she left behind. The passion by which she cooked and cared for the family was a lifetime testament of her love.
Sister Angieline was united in holy matrimony to Hardy (Bully) Barber, Sr. on October 20, 1934. Thirteen children were born to this union.
In addition to her parents, Sister Barber was preceded in death by one sister, Mrs. Henrietta Moore Glasper and a brother, General Moore; one son, Hardy Barber, Jr.; three daughters, Caroline, Dorothy and Bertha Barber Brewer. Four grandchildren also preceded her in death.
She leaves to cherish her memory six sons, George Floyd (Renza) of Clayton, Samuel Leon (Vera) and Robert (Molly) of Detroit, Mich., Curtis (Flora) of Ridgecrest, Arnold Roy (Patricia) of Atlanta, Ga.; three daughters, LeElla Saxton of Shreveport, Janie Ruth Allen of New Orleans, Mary Barber of Clayton; 38 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives, friends and acquaintances. She also leaves one God-sister, Dorothy Bethley Matthews of Ferriday and a special friend, Mrs. Jesse (Bessie) Neal of Clayton.
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