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Lilley Quimby Mulloy Lancaster
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Birth: Oct. 11, 1887
Rankin County
Mississippi, USA
Death: Apr. 11, 1936
Jones County
Mississippi, USA

Lilley was first married to James Warren Mulloy, 1st President of Laurel Machine and Foundry Company, on June 17, 1909 in Laurel, MS. They had one son, James Patrick "Pat" Mulloy. She died at the Mulloy Family Residence on Bay Springs Road (2430 Old Bay Springs Road) and left her estate to her only son, Pat.

Lilley married second to Talbert Dalton Lancaster on December 30, 1923 and was married until her death. The couple had no children.

Her obituary:

The Laurel Leader Call, April, 1936:

Belvoed Matron and Prominent Business Woman is laid to Rest After Funeral on Sunday Eve.

Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon for Mrs. Lillie Quimby Mulloy Lancaster, prominent in business, church, and civic affairs of Laurel for many years who died later Saturday afternoon after having been ill since Tuesday when she suffered a stroke. The Rev. J. F. Campbell, pastor of the First Methodist church of which she was a member, conducted services at the family residence on Bay Springs Drive, with the Revs. G.L. Tucker and L.G. Gates assisting. Burial was in Hickory Grove Cemetery. The concourse of sorrowing friends and the floral tributes indicated to some degree the esteem in which Mrs. Lancaster was held by all who knew her.

Mrs. Lancaster was born in Fannin, Rankin County, Mississippi, and came to Laurel as a child in 1900. She was a member of third graduating class of Laurel High School and afterward accepted a position with the old People's Bank, which after became the Commercial National Bank and Trust Company. She worked at the bank until her marriage to Jim Mulloy, who died in 1917. She married Dr. T. D. Lancaster several years ago. Retaining her interest and activity in the business world through the years. Mrs. Lancaster, at the time of her death, was Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer of Laurel Machine and Foundry Company.

Active in the Methodist church and Sunday school, Mrs. Lancaster taught the Women's Class for ten years, when she retired due to ill health. She was so beloved that after her retirement the class named for her and has since been known as the Lillie Lancaster Class. She was one of the organizers and a charter member of the Laurel High School Alumni Association and it was her interest, with that of a few others, that kept the organization alive during the years. She was active in the P.T.A and other civic movements for the benefit of the community.

Survivors include her husband, Dr. T. D. Lancaster, and one son, Pat Mulloy, a sophomore at Auburn, three brothers: Jack, J. W. and O. D. Quimby, all of Laurel and other relatives.

Serving as pallbearers at the funeral Sunday afternoon were B. R. Easterling, Erman Suddith, John W. Lewis, N. D. Stone, W. B. Boggs, and Roy Nobles. 
Family links: 
  John Wesley Quimby (1856 - 1916)
  Margaret Lilley Quimby (1862 - 1924)
  Talbert Dalton Lancaster (1889 - 1939)
  James Warren Mulloy (1887 - 1917)*
  James Patrick Mulloy (1915 - 1972)*
  Infant Son Mulloy (1917 - 1917)*
  Lilley Quimby Mulloy Lancaster (1887 - 1936)
  George B. Quimby (1889 - 1919)*
  Oscar D Quimby (1900 - 1965)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: Lilley is buried next to her first husband James Warren Mulloy, however, Lancaster is the surname on her grave stone, not Mulloy.
Hickory Grove Cemetery
Jones County
Mississippi, USA
Maintained by: Scott Mulloy
Originally Created by: Marshall Parker
Record added: Mar 07, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86368094
Lilley <i>Quimby</i> Mulloy Lancaster
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Gone but never forgotten!
- Scott Mulloy
 Added: Jun. 14, 2015

- Lee Ashmore
 Added: Jun. 11, 2015

- Marshall Parker
 Added: Mar. 7, 2012

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