|Birth: ||Oct. 30, 1914|
|Death: ||Jun. 28, 1984|
Margaret was a strong woman. She raised four girls after he husband passed away in his 40's. She worked for Atlantic Permanent until her health forced her to retire. Even then she continued to work hard. She was a memeber of the Church of God and was always helping with dinners, and events in the church. She helped with her grandchildren, she sewed clothes for them she babysat alot. She collected bells and when any one would travel they would bring her one back. She was a wonderful cook, there was nothing better than going to her house for a holiday dinner. She is still missed by her children and grandchildren.
M O T H E R
I did not know when we said goobye
and I drove out of view,
That never again on this earth would I
catch a glimpse of you.
In a few short hours God called you away
to your beautiful home in the sky,
I wanted so to be with you and to tell you
a final goodbye!
We loved you so and miss you so,
our eyes are rarely dry,
But daily we strive to live for God,
and meet you in the sky.
We know you pain has all gone away,
God laid His Hand on you,
He lifted you up above the hurt
as only He can do!
No one can ever take your place
You're our MOTHER and always will be,
Very close to us whether here on earth, and
Written by Virginia Eure, 8/84, Mother passed away 6/84.
John Wesley Beale (1867 - 1945)
Nellie Eliza Addison Beale (1874 - 1929)
James E. Willoughby (1911 - 1955)*
Virginia Marie Fuller Eure (1929 - 2001)*
Margaret Carolyn Willoughby Golden (1938 - 1996)*
Daisy Mary Beale Richardson (1896 - 1983)*
Enola Annie Beale (1897 - 1909)*
Johnnie Louise Beale Brown (1898 - 1971)*
Frances Eunice Beale Crumpler (1900 - 1966)*
John Addison Beale (1902 - 1980)*
Nellie Mae Beale Brown Garrett (1905 - 1995)*
Henderson Lee Beale (1906 - 1961)*
Rudolph W. Beale (1909 - 1910)*
Randolph W. Beale (1909 - 1910)*
Earle Doyle Beale (1913 - 1977)*
Margaret Marie Beale Willoughby (1914 - 1984)
Forest Lawn Cemetery
Plot: NORTHEAST CENTER II, Block D, Space 90
Created by: Rhonda Cowan
Record added: Feb 10, 2003
Find A Grave Memorial# 7175047
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Added: Oct. 30, 2013
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Added: May. 12, 2013
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