|Roth, Clark Handwerk|
|Clark H. Roth rites held Tuesday in Covington County|
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon from New Chapel United Pentacostal Church in Covington County, for Clark H. Roth, 64, who was found dead in a motel in Marshall, Minnesota on Saturday. Rev. Floyd Odum and Rev. Edwin Tharpe officiated and interment followed in the Chapel Cemetery with Saulters Funeral Home in charge. Mr. Roth was a native of Pennsylvania. He was a veteran of WW 2 and was a member of the Evangelical Church. He was employed as a salesman for Chicago Novelty Co. and did extensive traveling with his work.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Willie Mae Pope Roth of Rt. 1, Collins; one daughter, Mrs. Timothy Hanegan of Rt. 1, Collins, two grandchildren, three sisters, Mrs. Roy Driesbach of Lancaster, Pa., Mrs. Clara Snyder of Portland, Oregon; Mrs. Charles Jones of Slatington, Pa.
|Prentiss Headlight, September 2, 1971--by Gene P.|
|Added 23 Feb 2016|
|SUMRALL - Services are 11 a.m. Wednesday at Rockhill Missionary Baptist Church for Bessie Ruth Patterson Broome, 94, of Sumrall, who died Feb. 21, 2010, at The Windham House.|
Burial is in Rockhill Cemetery.
Mrs. Broome was a retired seamtress and farmer and member of Rock Hill Missionary Baptist Church.
Survivors include a son, Randy Kevin Broome of Hattiesburg; two sisters, Eunice Broome of Sumrall and Annette Waggoner of Melbourne, Ark.; two brothers, Julius Patterson of Hattiesburg and Dalton Patterson of Ellisville; and four grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Fred O. Broome; a son, Gail Michael Broome; and a daughter, Fredna Ruth Bounds.
Visitation is 5-8 p.m. today at Hulett-Winstead Funeral Home in Sumrall, and 10 a.m. Wednesday at the church.
|Hattiesburg American, 23 Feb 2010 -- Gene P.|
|Added 1 Feb 2015|
The Daily Picayune, New Orleans, Louisiana, January 8, 1912
Seminary, Miss., Jan. 8 - Micial Shoemake died yesterday after a short illness. He was born in Alabama seventy-eight years ago, and came to Wayne County when a boy. From there he moved to Covington County, where he had since resided. His wife died twelve years ago. He leaves eight children - Mack, Fred, S. A., James, John, Jacob, and Mrs. B. I. Leggett, of this place, and Mrs. J. J. Kelly, of Collins. He was buried at Liberty graveyard to-day. Rev. I. L. Stone officiated. He was a member of the Baptist Church.
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