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Maddux, Hilda Black

Mangrum, Jr., James “Slim”

Manser, Gene

Marquis, Homer Lee

Martin, Matilda Thomas

Martin, Mattie Mae

Massey, Homer

Maxwell, Janie Howze

McCain, Agnes Aline “Ted”

McClain, Bobby

Bobby McClain of Crossett, AR, formerly of Falcon, 48, died Saturday, July 7, 2007, at his daughter’s home in Warren, AR of natural causes.

Services were at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, July 13, at Living Testament Church of God in Christ in Crossett with burial in Riverview Cemetery there.  Prophet Derrick Evans officiated.  Arrangements were by Hammond Funeral Home of Warren, AR.

He was born December 15, 1958, in Marks to Columbus and Inell McClain.

Survivors include seven daughters, Barbara Vaughn (Bishop) and Lacolezat Duff, both of Warren, AR, Angie Robertson (James), Sylvia Robertson, Eugenia Robertson and Shaniqua McClain, all of Crossett, AR, and Shelia Sanders of Marks; five sons, Bobby, Jr., Denoris, Terrance, Bernard and Alfred Robertson, all of Crossett; his mother, Inell McClain of Falcon; four sisters, Vunner Clark (Mike) and Valeria Ann Smith (Willie James), both of Sledge, Linda McClain of Falcon and Lillie V. Davis of Marks; five brothers, Ralph McClain (Shirley) and Charles McClain, both of Chicago, IL, Joe Lee Robinson (Valley Ann) of Joliet, IL, Timothy McClain (Velva Jean) of Triangle, VA, and Billy McClain of Falcon; two extended brothers, Sammie Ward (Rico) and Willie Scott, Jr. (Scotty), both of Crossett; two special friends, Eugenia Robertson of Crossett and Allen Sanders of Falcon; and nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends.

Quitman County Democrat, Thursday, July 26, 2007

McClain, Inell

McClain, Jr., Tom Henry

McCorkle, Margaret

McCoy, Barry Lynn

The life of Barry Lynn McCoy, was celebrated by his family and friends on Thursday, February 26, 1998, at 11:00 a.m. at Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church in Memphis with Rev. Thomas L. Murray, interim senior pastor, officiating.

Mr. McCoy was the grandson of Lillie Mae Shaw and the nephew of Katie Lee Robinzine.

Quitman County Democrat


McNutt, Sr., Aaron

Aaron McNutt of Quitman County, 85, died Saturday, February 4, 2006, at Quitman County Hospital of natural causes.  He was born August 15, 1920.

Services were Saturday, February 11, at 12 noon at Greater Mt. Zion COGIC at Marks with burial in the Paul Paul Cemetery.  Eddie Robinson and Sons, Funeral Directors, of Grenada had charge.

Quitman County Democrat, Thursday, February 16, 2006


Merrell, Sr., Dorsey M.

Middleton, Claude

Miller, Juanita

Mills, D. A.

Mitchell, Clartis Eugene

Clartis Eugene Mitchell of Marks, 61, died Wednesday, January 30, 2008, at Quitman County Hospital in Marks.

A memorial service was held at First Baptist Church in Marks on Saturday, February 2, at 2:00 p.m. with the Rev. James Tidwell officiating.  Kimbro Funeral Home of Marks had charge.

Born January 8, 1947, in Quitman County, he was a building manager and a Baptist.

He is survived by a sister, Donna Faye Hooper of Southaven and a brother, James H. Mitchell of Marks.

The family has requested that memorials be made to First Baptist Church of Marks (300 Maple, Marks, MS 38646) or a charity of the donor’s choice.

Quitman County Democrat, February 7, 2008

Mitchell, Pearlie B.

Mobley, Mozel Sims


Moore, John Thomas

John Thomas Moore, 73, of Pass Christian died of cancer at his home on Sunday, October 3.  Memorial services will be held October 6 at the Moore home.

He is survived by his wife, Lelya Lynch Moore; 2 children, John W. Moore of Burlington, NC, and Cynthia Moore Padgett of Greensboro, NC; and 4 grandchildren.

Memorials may be made to the charity of the donor’s choice.

Quitman County Democrat, Thursday, October 7, 1999

Moorman, Bobby Darrell

Moose, Richard Lawrence

Moreland, Jr., Jack

Jack Moreland, Jr. of Kosciusko, 76, died Thursday, July 5, 2007, at the Veteran’s Nursing Home in Kosciusko.

There was no funeral service at this time.  Meredith Nowell Funeral Home had charge.

Moreland, born August 28, 1930, in Tula, was a retired letter carrier for the U. S. Postal Service.  He also served in the U. S. Army.

Survivors include one daughter, Gayle Byrd Moreland and one son, Jimi Jack Moreland, both of Washington State, and his sister, Annie L. Smith of Batesville.

Quitman County Democrat, Thursday, July 26, 2007

Morgan, Emmett James

Morgan, Randy D.

Morris, John W.

Morrison, Wanda Elizabeth Dover


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