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Bessie Spell Barwick
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Birth: Apr. 15, 1931
Death: Mar. 29, 2006

Macon--Bessie S. Barwick of Macon passed away March 29, 2006. She was the daughter of the late James M. and Bertie Aultman Spell. She was a member of Ingleside United Methodist Church, and was retired from Robins Air Force Base. She was preceded in death by two sisters, Jeanette Manos and Vera Smith; and a brother, Alvin C. Spell. She is survived by her husband, Charles E. Barwick of Macon; a daughter and son-in-law, Suzanne and Ed Wolfe of Warner Robins; grandson, Chris Wolfe of Warner Robins;a brother, Osgood James Spell of Jesup; sister, Elvy Looney of Jesup. She is also survived by her lifelong friends Dorothy Gore and Hannah Coleman. Funeral services were held April 1 at Ingleside United Methodist Church. Interment followed in Macon Memorial Park Cemetery. The Rev. Richard Lanning and the Rev. Hugh Waldorf officiated. Serving as pallbearers were Watson Mosley, Carlie Smith, Michael Smith, Steve Blizzard, Alan Schunk, Greg Schunk and David Barwick. 
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  James Marion Spell (1890 - 1980)
  Bertie Altman Spell (1903 - 1989)
  Charles Edward Barwick (1927 - 2011)
  Elvy L Spell Looney (1927 - 2014)*
  Bessie Spell Barwick (1931 - 2006)
*Calculated relationship
Macon Memorial Park
Bibb County
Georgia, USA
Created by: Jack Johnson
Record added: May 29, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 90940228
Bessie <i>Spell</i> Barwick
Added by: Jack Johnson
Bessie <i>Spell</i> Barwick
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Bessie <i>Spell</i> Barwick
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