Anna Louise Burnside, departed this life on Sunday, August 12, 2012 at the age of 74; Beloved daughter of the late Joseph and Edna Burnside; Mother of Treavor Snipes; Sister of Dorothy Battiste, Edna Mae Marshall, Antionette Stewart, Alice Burnside and the late Betty Carter. Grandmother of Treavor Brooks and Arianne Snipes. After retiring from Loyola University, she was an active member of the Twenty-Niner's Social Club and she enjoyed spending time with family and friends.
Betty Burnside Carter departed this life Friday, March 7, 1997 at Pendleton Memorial Methodist Hosptial after a brief illness.
She was the daughter of the late Joseph and Edna Burnisde and wife of the late Elton Carter St. She was a graudate of Booker T. Washington Senior High School.
Sis. Betty Carter accepted the Lord Jeuse Christ as her personal Savior and was an active member at the Guiding Light Missionary Baptist Church. As a memeber of Guiding Light, she rendered her services with the Willing Workers, Pew Rally, Pastor Appreciation, Social Events, and the Church Anniversary Committee. SHe was also an active member of the Young Marines of New Orleans Marfoores.
Sis. Carter leaves to cherish her memories, three children Stafford Carter, Elton Jimmy Carter, and Menyan Carter Robinson; 3 step-children, Elvin and Elton Joseph and Bobbbie Jean Carter; 26 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren; 5 sisters, Antionette Stewart, Edna Mae Marshall, Dorothy Battiste, Anna Burnside, and ALice Burnside; 4 brothers-in-law; 2 sisters-inlaw and one son-in-law; 3 dearest friends: Theresa Fraizer, Audrey Scott, and Marietta Adams, a host of other relatives and friends.
Aldrin "Al, Dooney, Uncle Do Do and Hawk" Dwayne Marshall on departed this life Wednesday May 15, 2002. Beloved son of Edna Burnside Marshall and the Late Roosevelt J. Marshall St. Brother of Roosevelt J. Jr and Eckley Marshall, Sr. Mina L. Marshall, Agatha "Gatha" Marshall Edwards, Gaynell Marshall Lowe and Marshall Faulk Sr. ALso survived by his brst friend Wilfred Carter and a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, great nieces, gret nephews, cousins, and other relatives and decoted friends.
Relatives and friends of the family, pastors, officers and members of Christian Unity, Guiding Light and Seconf Baptist churches and all neighboring churches, employeed of Kiddy College Learning Center, GaMa Mortgage Corp. and other mortgage cpompanies, Title agencies, appraisers and Mortgage Lending Associations, Marriot "CDM" Classic, MCFrugal's Distrubition Center, H&R Block and Little Ceasar Pizza, Class members of University of Phoenix and Members of Louisiana Bikers Association are invited to attend the funeral services at 10:00 A,M. on Friday, May 24, 2002 at Christian Unity aptist Church, 1700 Conti St., Rev Dwight Webster, Officiating. Visitation at the church from 8:00 A.M. unitl Service Time. Interment Resthave Memorial Park Cemetery,
Edna Mae Burnside Marshall was born in New Orleans, LA on October 3, 1936. She departed this life on March 30, 2019 at the age of 82. Beloved daughter of the late Joseph and Edna Burnside. Edna accepted Christ at an early age; she was an active and faithful member of Bibleway Missionary Baptist. Edna was one of the most compassionate and caring woman one could ever meet. She enjoyed playing bingo and watching her favorite game show – Wheel of Fortune.
Edna was the mother of six children: Roosevelt Marshall of Waterbury, Gaynell Lowe of Montgomery, Eckley Marshall of Atlanta, Agatha Jackson (Samuel) of New Orleans, and the late Mina Marshall and Aldrin Marshall. Edna was the sister of Dorothy Battiste, Antoinette Stewart, Alice Burnside and the late Betty Carter and Anna Burnside. Edna is survived by thirteen (13) grandchildren: Nirobe Lowe, Theresa Moon, Ayonna Stewart, Eckely M. Marshall, Shana Stewart, Adrienne Marshall, Kenyetta Stewart, Forticia Marshall, Albert Marshall, Eckley L. Marshall of Atlanta, Jamyra Marshall, Myeisha Marshall, and J’Mes Marshall of Waterbury; twenty-three (23) great grandchildren; one (1) great-great Grandchiid; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and other relatives and friends.
Edna Mae Marshall Burnside was one of the first employees to work at Marriott Hotel in the laundry department from where she retired, and a former employee of Herman, Herman, Katz & Cotler.