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Mae Fannie Faulkner / May 05, 2011
Mae Fannie Faulkner, 78, of Mt. Carmel Road, Alton died May 1, 2011 at Halifax Regional Hospital. She was born in Halifax County on Nov. 14, 1932, a daughter of the late Bill Logan and Nannie Hawkins Logan. She was married to the late Edward Faulkner and was a member of Jeter Chapel Baptist Church.

She is survived by two daughters, Ella Womack of South Boston and Christine Faulkner of Alton; six sons, Joseph Faulkner of Meriden, Conn., William Faulkner, Larry Faulkner, Melvin Faulkner, Kelvin Faulkner and George Faulkner, all of South Boston; numerous grandchildren, including Latorya Faulkner, Pecola Faulkner, Tiffany Faulkner, Terrence Faulkner, Lawanda Faulkner; one daughter-in-law, Fannie Sue Faulkner, other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by one son, James Faulkner, four sisters, Nannie Lovelace, Dorothy Faulkner, Rebecca Venable and Lucille Faulkner and five brothers, Albert Logan, Buster Logan, Boosie Logan, Sam Logan and John Logan.

A funeral will be held today at 2 p.m. at Fellowship Baptist Church with Rev. Robert Wimbush officiating. Burial will follow in the Faulkner Family Cemetery.

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