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Hattie D. (Darden) Williamson
March 10, 1932 ~ October 10, 2023 (age 91) 91 Years Old
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Mother Hattie Belle Darden Williamson was born March 10, 1932, in Wayne County to the late Loza and Annie Darden. Mother Williamson peacefully departed this earth on October 10, 2023.
Mother Williamson was preceded in death by her husband, of 60 years, Samuel Williamson, Sr., her brother Willie Darden and her sisters, Elizabeth Foye, Ethel Mae Ashford, Alice Marie Thompson, Gladys Rouse, and Mabel Lee Miller.
She attended school in Wayne County and later relocated to Brooklyn New York where she married Samuel Williamson Sr. She had 2 sons from this union. Mother Williamson returned to Wayne County to assist in caring for her mother. Her sons remember that she was a homemaker with brief periods of working outside the home. In her earlier years she loved sewing. She made outfits for her sister, and grandchildren.
She loved the outside, sitting and chatting with neighbors passing by. She would walk to visit nearby friends and attend prayer in Mother Sarah Hamilton’s prayer house. She traveled with the prayer group to the nursing homes to visit former members or their spouses.
She was a Christian woman who loved the Lord and was frequently heard saying, she thanked God for he was the head of her life. She would testify how the Lord showed her she would need to be where her children were, so they could help her. Mother Williamson joined Miracle Temple Church of Evangelism, Inc. in 2000. And so, she did, she was truly a mother in Zion, a prayer warrior that could give a word from the Lord. She could often be seen talking to the young children after church.
She leaves to cherish her loving memory 2 sons, Samuel Williamson, Jr. and Philip Michael Williamson. Three grandchildren: Phyllis Bryant, Krystal Bryant, and Christine Williamson, 6 great grandchildren: Takeria Williamson, Coleco Best, Jr., Zaliyah Spruill, Sincere Kornegay, Ojar’i Stout, and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.