|Birth: ||Sep. 6, 1872|
|Death: ||Jul. 5, 1954|
Eula was born in Macon Georgia to Amos Archibald Subers and Nancy Wayne Massey. She was the fourth born out of eight children, five of which surviving to aldulthood. Eula Gertrude, Viviane Inez, Emile Fraily, Samuel Marlowe, and William Robert. She came from a prominent Southern family. Her father Amos Archibald Subers was a provision grocer, and a Judge at one time.
She married Jesse Lee Dickenson, a very sucessful young man, whose family was very distinguished. Both families were very successful. Both the Dickenson and Subers names are in Geogia History books. Her father AA Subers is the one who suggested the name Seminole, for the new county in the early 1920's. Both he and Eula's husband fought for the new county.
Eula and Jesse had two children, Jessie and Amos Archibald Dickenson.
Eula was kind hearted and giving, she was well liked and service oriented.
Amos Archibald Subers (1849 - 1925)
Nancy Wayne Massey Subers (1852 - 1892)
Jesse Lee Dickenson (1866 - 1934)
Amos Archebold Dickenson (1899 - 1962)*
Eula Gertrude Subers Dickenson (1872 - 1954)
Viviane Inez Subers Ausley (1874 - 1959)*
Emile Fraily Subers (1877 - 1949)*
Samuel Marlowe Subers (1879 - 1960)*
William Robert Subers (1885 - 1927)*
Oak City Cemetery
Maintained by: Tina Votava
Originally Created by: Karen
Record added: Oct 24, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 99500463
In Your Memory ~ Rest in Eternal Peace. Those we love don't go away...They walk beside us every day...Unseen, unheard, but always near...Still loved, still missed and very dear.|
Added: Apr. 23, 2016
to my great aunt Eula.|
Added: Apr. 15, 2016