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James Aulton Tapley
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Birth: Jun. 12, 1910
Johnson County
Georgia, USA
Death: Jun. 16, 1992
Richmond County
Georgia, USA

Son of Solomon Tapley and Betsey Scarboro Tapley
Husband of Vassie Mae Hall Tapley

Obituary from the Savannah Morning News, June 17, 1992:

SWAINSBORO - James Aulton Tapley, 82, died Tuesday at University Hospital in Augusta after a long illness.
The Emanuel County native worked as a barber in Bartow and Swainsboro for more than 40 years and was retired from
Powell's Barber Shop in Swainsboro. He was a farmer, a member of Nail's Creek Baptist Church and Woodmen of the World.
Surviving are his wife, Vassie W. Tapley of Swainsboro; a daughter, Belle Galloway of Hendersonville, N.C.; three
sons, James S. Tapley of Covington, John A. Tapley of Swainsboro and Jeffery L. Tapley of Augusta; a sister, Carolyn
Manley of Twin City; a brother, Billy Q. Tapley of Swainsboro; 13 grandchildren; and 12 great-grandchildren.
Funeral. 11 a.m. Thursday at Nail's Creek Baptist Church near Bartow, burial in church cemetery. Hunnicutt Funeral Home 
Family links: 
  Solomon Tapley (1881 - 1971)
  Betsey Scarboro Tapley (1887 - 1960)
  Vassie Hall Tapley (1913 - 1993)
  Minnie Belle Tapley Galloway (1932 - 2015)*
  James Aulton Tapley (1910 - 1992)
  Callie Tapley Salter (1913 - 1948)*
  M. Herschel Tapley (1915 - 1983)*
*Calculated relationship
Nails Creek Baptist Church Cemetery
Jefferson County
Georgia, USA
Created by: Liz Tapley
Record added: Mar 30, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 67666688
James Aulton Tapley
Added by: Liz Tapley
James Aulton Tapley
Added by: Liz Tapley
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