Double marker with John L. Green
MRS. JOHN L. GREEN CLAIMED BY DEATH
Mrs. John L. Green, 62, resident of El Dorado for the past thirty years, died at 9:30 yesterday at her home, 619 N. Jackson, after an extended illness. Mrs. Green had been one of the most prominent members of the First Baptist Church of this city.
The body will lie in the parlor of Hall-MxWilliams Funeral Home until this afternoon at 2 o'clock when services will be held in the First Baptist Church. Officiating will be the Rev. Charles W. Daniel and Rev. C. B. Hall, pastor and associate pastor, respectively of First Baptist Church, Rev. H. M. Geren, pastor of Second Baptist Church, and Rev. M. F. Swilley, Jr., pastor of West Side Baptist Church. Interment will follow in Arlington Cemetery.
Surviving Mrs. Green, other than her husband, are one son, Mangham, Little Rock; two daughters, Mrs. D. W. Bird, Birmingham, Ala., and Miss Murriel Green, El Dorado; two sisters, Mrs Laster Smith, Chaudrant, La., and Mrs. A. J. Hammonds, Farmerville, La.; and two half sisters, Mrs. W. F. McWilliams, El Dorado, and Mrs. Margeurite Culp, Longview, Tex.
Pallbearers will be: active, C. W. Perkins, Tom Green and Mitchell White, all of Ruston, Winfred Brewster, Oz Brewster, Travis Brewster, Andy Cearley, Jim Lindsey, Emmett Phillips, O. H. Colvin, W. H. Bunch, Walter Reeves, Henry L. James, John H. Combs., M. S. Brewster and John T. matthews; honorary, deacons of First Baptist, Second Baptist and West Side Baptist churches, together with the members of Circle No., 1, of First Baptist Church.
William Thomas Mitchell (1837 - 1892)
Cintha Ann Norris Mitchell (1846 - 1885)
John Leonard Green (1873 - 1976)
Alonzo Mangham Green (1894 - 1946)*
Clara Mitchell Green Bird (1896 - 1958)*
Murriel Alys Green (1900 - 1971)*
Note: Married: December 24, 1893
Arlington Memorial Park
Maintained by: Constance Green Hardaway
Originally Created by: Annie202
Record added: Nov 02, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16433727