Mary Tarpley

Oconee Enterprise
Friday, April 1, 1927
Page One

Mrs. Mary Tarpley Enters Great Beyond

Mrs. Mary Tarpley, age 66, who died at her home Friday, March 18, after an illness of several weeks, funeral was conducted from the residence on Monday afternoon, March 21, by Rev. George Stone, interment folowing (sic) in Arnoldsville cemetery.

Mrs. Tarpley was the wife of Mr. Bartow Tarpley and leaves many frends (sic) who will regret to hear of her death. She was a good Christian woman and a great worker in the Christian church and Sunday school, of which she was a member . She was born at Maxeys and had lived in Oglethorpe most all her life.

The pallbearers were John R Tarpley, Marion J Tarpley, E P Cooper, Marshall Maxey, Curtis Simmons, Clarence Thompson.

She is survived by her husband and four daughters, Mrs. E P Cooper, of Atlanta; Mrs. J H English of Arnoldsville; Mrs. E M Christopher of Atlanta; four sons, John R Tarpley, Athens; Guy Tarpley, Washington; Marion Tarpley, South Georgia, and W H Tarpley; two sisters, Mrs. Richard Whitehead of Eastville; Mrs. Nancy Porter of Greensboro; two brothers, John G. Maxey of Bogart and several grandchildren.