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Mrs. Mary Golightly,

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Mrs. Mary Golightly,

    Note from Contributor:  Mrs. Golightly is the daughter of Frank Bailey who was the twin brother of my great grandfather Ben Bailey.

    Mrs. Mary Golightly - 1902 - 1964
    Mrs. Mary Golightly
    , 61 years old, died at her home January 16, 1964.

    Mrs. Golightly was born August 28, 1902 at Renault, Illinois, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bailey.  She was married in 1920 to George W. Golightly who died Oct. 12, 1956.

    Surviving are two daughters Mrs. Earl St. Cin of Brawley, California and Mrs. Glen Pyatt of Flat River; two sons Arthur Golightly of the home and Lee Golightly of Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas; three sisters Mrs. Lewis Robinson of St. Louis and Mrs. Lindsay Wilson and Mrs. Albert Davis both of East Pairie; two brothers Roy Bailey of St. Louis and Walter Bailey of Berryman; 16 grandchildren and two great grandchildren.

    Shelby Funeral Home handled arrangements.  Services were held at the First Church of God at East Pairie by Rev. J. L. Hatchel and Rev. Guy E. Brown.   Burial was in Dogwood Cemetery near East Prairie.

NOTE: The obituary is contributed by Floyd Cooper, from the records of his grandfather Rev. William Sidney Bailey who was pastor of several churches around southeast Missouri in the 1940's, 1950's, 1960's and 1970's (Perkins, Chaffee, Commerce, Hayti, Wyatt, Clarkton, and Blodgett). Rev. Bailey was living in Perkins when he died at the age of 82 and is buried in the Williams Cemetery in Perkins, MO.
Submitted by Floyd Cooper, Poster-#-104-

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