March 13, 1897 – June 2, 1929
Rome News Tribune, Monday, June 3, 1929
HAROLD JOHNSON DIES SUNDAY AT HOME OF MOTHER
Harold Johnson, 30, died at the home of his mother, Mrs. D. J. Johnson, 913 Maple St., Sunday at 2 a.m., after a long illness.
Mr. Johnson had been ill for a long time but death was unexpected. He had been living in Rome two years, having moved here from Bartow county. He is a member of the order of Red Men being prominent in lodge work.
Mr. Johnson is survived by his mother, seven sisters, Mrs. Bessie Owens, Mabel, Arrie, Ida, Odessa and Mary Johnson, all of Rome, and Mrs. George Ogles, of Athens, Tenn. Two brothers, Mark and Hugh Johnson, both of Rome, also survive him.
The funeral was held from the Cross Roads church Monday morning at 11 o'clock. Members of the Red Men order acted as pallbearers for Mr. Johnson.