Olivia E. Poulnot

Athens Banner-Herald
Monday, March 22 1943

Mrs. James Poulnot Dies Sunday,
Services On Monday

Mrs. James Poulnot, well known resident of Princeton, died at her home Sunday night at 7:30 o'clock after an illness of three weeks. Mrs. Poulnot was 62 years old.

Services will be conducted Tuesday afternoon from McDorman-Bridges Chapel. The Rev. Dan Joiner, pastor of Watkinsville Christain (sic) church, officiating.

Burial will be in Bearden cemetery, near Watkinsville, and pall-bearers will be Glen Holcomb, Lunis Saxon, Thomas Evans, Willie House, Herschel Barnett and J.C. Marable.

Mrs. Poulnot is survived by her husband; two daughters, rMs. (sic) Jesse Marshall, Farmington, and Mrs. T.E. Easterland, Savannah; two sons Harold Poulnot and Marvin Poulnot, both of Athens, and two brothers, Henry Huff, Ashland, Ga., and Howard Huff, Watkinsville.

She was a native of Oglethope (sic) county and had lived in Oconee county most of her life. A member of the Christian church, Mrs. Poulnot was greatly admired by a large circle of friends who were deeply saddened by her passing.