Artie Lenira Dunaway

Oconee Enterprise
Friday, December 2, 1927
Page One

Mrs. A.L. Dunaway Dies at Athens

Mrs. Artie Lenira Dunaway, aged 24, died at the home, 251 Franklin street, at 3:30 o'clock, Monday afternoon after an illness lasting two years. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Prince Avenue Baptisit church by Rev. N.A. Hemrick, assisted by Dr. W.P. King and Rev. T.W. Tippett. Mrs. Dunaway was a member of the Prince Avenue Baptist church. Intement (sic) was in Oconee cemetery, McDorman-Bridges funeral home in charge. The pallbearers were Messrs G.O. Jackson, Broughton Jackson, Clarence Dunaway, Ira Dunaway and Edgar Dunaway.

Mrs. Dunaway is survived by her husband, two daughters, Misses Doris and Sara Wilma Dunaway, her father, Mr. G.O. Jackson, Sr.; two sisters, Misses Wilhelminia Jackson and Miss Hilda Jackson, two brothers, Mr. G.O. Jackson, Jr., of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Mr. Broughton Jackson, Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Three aunts, Mrs. M.A. Andrews, Watkinsville, Mrs. L.G. Edwards, Charlotte, N.C., Miss Mina Arthur of Athens, and the following uncles, Dr. N.S. Arthur, Mr. W.F. Arthur, Watkinsville, and Mr. J.B. Jackson, Siloam, Ga.

Mrs. Dunaway was born at Siloam, Green County. She had lived in Athens twenty years.