Mrs. Basolene Casey

 

From Daily Tribune News. August 20, 1953

Submitted by Cindy Millwood

Mrs. Basolene Casey Dies at Kingston

Mrs. Basoleene Casey, of Kingston, died at her home Sunday. Before her marriage, Mrs. Casey, was Miss Basolene Johnson, a daughter of the late A.O. Johnson and Rachel McGuire Johnson. She was a memeber of the Kingston Methodist church.

Funeral services were conducted at 3:30 o'clock Monday at the Methodist church in Kinston, with the Rev. Robert Krause and the Rev. Walter Perry officiating. Interment was in the Kingston cemetery, with the Barton Funeral Home, of Adairsville, in charge.

Serving as pallbearers were Frank Neal Hargis, Ernest Andrews, Max Andrews, Walter Martin, Earl Hood and Dr. C.L. Ellis. Survivors include three sons, Cliff Casey, of Acworth, and Pat and Mike Casey, both of Kingston; two daughters, Mrs. E.A. Buck, and Mrs. L.F. Atkins, both of Atlanta; one stepson, Fite, of Adairsville, one stepdaughter, Mrs. Allene Smith of Oklahoma; two sisters, Mrs. Lula Bailey of Acworth, and Mrs. Joe Rampley, of White, and one brother, Clifford Johnson, of Kingston.

 

 

 

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