Mack Pierce Mullins

 
Tribune News
Cartersville, Georgia

March 26, 1942

 
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Mr. M.P. Mullins, Bartow Pioneer Dies at Center

Death claimed another of Bartow County’s most beloved pioneer sons early Tuesday afternoon, when Mr. Mack Pierce Mullins, 86, one of the best known citizens in this section, who passed away at his home in the Center community shortly before one o’clock.

In failing health for a number of months, Mr. Mullins’ passing comes as a shock to a host of friends.

Impressive funeral services were conducted from the home Thursday morning at eleven o’clock, Rev. Mr. Bennett officiating.  Interment was in Macedonia Cemetery.  Owen Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.

Born in Pickens County in 1856, Mr. Mullins was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mullins.  Coming to Bartow as a young man, he spent his long and useful life as a farmer, church worker and friend.  His wife passed on seven years ago.

Survivors include five sons, Messrs. J.W. and J.D. Mullins, of Atlanta, F.F., of Homestead, Florida, M.P. Jr., of Fort Payne, Alabama, and F.M. Mullins, of Tacoma, Washington; two daughters, Mrs. John Howell, of Dalton and Mrs. James Bohannon, of Savannah, Georgia.

Friends by the score express deepest sympathy to members of the grief stricken family in the hour of ineffable sorrow.

[NOTES: Buried at Old Macedonia Cemetery.  Wife was Willie Susie Dollar.  Daughter Mrs. John Howell was Anor (Annie) Lee Mullins.  Daughter Mrs. James Bohannon was Pearlena Mullins.  Sons are John, Frank, Jeff, Fred and Pierce Mullins.]

 

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