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T.L. Roperís Funeral.

 
The Atlanta Constitution Newspaper
Atlanta, Georgia
10 Mar 1910
 
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T.L. Roperís Funeral.

The funeral of T.L. Roper, who died Sunday morning at his home in Hiram, was held Monday afternoon at Powder Springs. Mr. Roperís fellow Masons had charge of the services. Mr. Roper, aged 60 years, was born in Forsyth county. He was a bricklayer and contractor by trade, and owned large tracts of land in Paulding county, as well as considerable property in Atlanta. He is survived by five children, one of whom, J.O. Roper, an employee of the Atlanta waterworks, resides in this city.

11 Mar 1910 Tyre L. Roper, a well known and highly respected citizen of Paulding county, died at the home of his son, John W. Roper, at Hiram, Sunday, in his sixty first year, after a long illness. He is survived by his wife, four sons, J.O., J.W., R.L., and W.B. Roper and one daughter, Mrs. Rebecca Lord.



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