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Surnames M

Name
M
Death Date
(or newspaper date)
MARKS, Mr. M.
June 13, 1873
MULLINAX, Mrs. Sarah
September 10, 1912
MYERS, Billy Eugene
September 19, 1966
MYERS, Buddy Bruce
October 31, 1969
MYERS, Fletcher
November 1, 1944
MYERS, Roy
August 15, 1962



DISTRESSING CASUALTY AND DEATH
Mr. M. Marks died last Saturday under the following distressing circumstances: On Friday he was suffering intensely from neuralgia, and his physician gave him morphine for relief. He took several doses during the day and at about eleven o??™clock that night, got up to take more medicine; but being somewhat bewildered from the opiate, in some way, set his own clothing on fire. When his wife reached him, his night-clothing was nearly burnt off, and his stomach, breasts and face terribly burned. He lived in extreme agony until about noon Saturday, when he breathed his last. Mr. Marks has been a merchant in Rome for some 30 years; was scrupulous, honest and exact in all his business transactions; was a man of remarkable modesty of good practical sense and in every way one of our best citizens. - Courier 10th.
(Newnan Herald; June 13, 1873)
Submitted by Rhonda Flynn

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Beloved Woman is Called by Reaper At Ripe Old Age
Mrs. Sarah Mullinax died Sunday night at 10:30 o'clock at her home on the North Side after a long illness and at the age of 86 years.
For many years she had been a member of the Methodist church and had lived an exemplary life, loved and respected by all who knew her, She leaves three sons, W.A. Mullinax and Mat Mullinax of Rome and George Mullinax of Birmingham.
The funeral took place from the North Rome Methodist church Monday afternoon and was conducted by the pastor , Rev. Lanford, assisted by Rev. J.O. Brand of the Fifth Ward Methodist Church. The interment was in the North Rome cemetery.
(Rome Tribune Herald: Monday September 10, 1912 page 1)
[Note: Sarah also had a daughter, Louisa who apparently died before her. Mat Mullinax's full name is James Madison Mullinnix
W. A. Mullinax is William A. Mullinnix
Sarah's tombstone in Oakland Cemetery reads: Sarah wife of M. (Madison) M. Mullinnix 1828-1912 Rest]
Submitted by Joan Huot.

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Billy Eugene Myers
Funeral services for Billy Eugene Myers, 30, of 206 Canal St., Cedartown, who died Friday following injuries sustained in an accident on the Burkhalter Road, were to be held at 4 p.m. today in the Assembly of God church in Cedartown with the Revs. Charles Quinn, Jess McCain and Hershel Caldwell officiating. Interment was to be in Friendship Cemetery, with the Jennings Funeral Home in charge.
Mr. Myers was born April 30, 1936 in Gainesville and had been a resident of Rome before moving to Cedartown in 1946. He attended the Baptist church.
(Rome Tribune September 19, 1966)
Submitted by Edna Stephens.

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Buddy Bruce Myers
Buddy Bruce Myers, 26, of Primrose Road, Rome Rte. 3, died Thursday in an on the job accident near the Antioch community in Polk County when an earth moving machine he was operating overturned. Mr. Myers was born in Floyd County, August 3, 1943, son of Mrs. Willie Mae Gilham Myers and the late Harvey William Myers. He had spent his entire life in Rome and Floyd County and at the time of his death was employed by the J. W. Wills Construction Company of Cedartown. He was preceded in death by his father on March 1, 1960 and by a brother, Billy Eugene Myers, on Sept 16, 1966. Survivors in addition to his mother include three sisters, Mrs. Barbara Sue Burt and Miss Bernice Myers, both of Rome Rte. 3 and Mrs. Shirley Bolinger, Cedartown; two brothers, Bobby Myers, Cedartown and Carey Myers, Rome Rte. 3; grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Spears, Rome, Rte. 3. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Jackson Chapel United Methodist Church with Rev. Tommy Rampley and Rev. Jesse McCain officiating. Interment will be in Jackson Chapel Cemetery. The body will lie in state at the residence from 3 p.m. today until the funeral hour. Pallbearers include Clifton Gilham, Travis, Lamar, Jesse, Jimmy and Olive Ashley. Jennings Funeral Home has charge of the arrangements.
(Rome News Tribune, Friday, October 31, 1969.)
Submitted by Edna Stephens.

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Fletcher Myers
Fletcher Myers, died at the home of his son, Harvey Myers, on Route 1, Lindale, at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. He suffered a stroke of paralysis on July 21, from which he never recovered.
Born in Hall County near Gainesville, Mr. Myers moved to Rome 20 years ago. He made his home in Rome until going to visit his son five weeks age.
He was married to Miss Louola Roberts 44 years ago, who preceded him in death. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Ruth Rollins, of Cave Spring, Route 2; two sons, Harvey Myers, Lindale Route 1, Lee Myers, of Rome Route 4, and 11 grandchildren.
Funeral services will be conducted at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in Mount Zion Baptist Church by the Rev. Ed Dempsey. Burial will be in Mount Zion Cemetery.
Hurbert Whitlock, Clarence Whitlock, George Gillam, Amos Gillam, Rawl Ashley and Bud Ashley will serve as pallbearers.
The remains will be carried to the home of his son, Lee Myers, on the Callier Springs Road, late this afternoon, to rest there until time for services.
(Rome News Tribune, Wednesday, November 1, 1944)
Funeral services for Fletcher Myers, who died at the home of his son, Harvey Myers, Lindale Route 1, Tuesday afternoon were held this afternoon in Mount Zion Baptist Church. The Rev. Ed Dempsey officiated. Burial was in Mount Zion Cemetery. Mr. Myers was born in Hall County near Gainesville, moving to Rome in 1924. He was visiting his son at the time of his death. His wife, the former Miss Louola Roberts, preceded him in death more than 20 years ago.
(Rome News Tribune, Thursday, November 2, 1944.)
Submitted by Edna Stephens.

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Roy Myers
Last rites were conducted Tuesday afternoon in the Fairview Baptist Church for Roy Myers, of Lindale, Rte. 1, who died Saturday night from injuries sustained in a motorcycle-automobile accident on Highway 27 South.
The pastor, the Rev. Bobby Stephens, and the Rev. Clifford Lemaster officiated, and burial was in Oaknoll Memorial Gardens.
Mr. Myers was born in White County, Ga., on November 10, 1937, the son of Lee and Cora Bearden Myers. He was a member of the National Guard, and at the time of his death was engaged in the pulpwood business. He was married on November 12, 1960, to the former Linda Duke, who survives.
(Rome News Tribune, August 15, 1962)
Submitted by Edna Stephens.

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