Obituary - Paul Tate Strickland

Daily Corinthian Newspaper dated Dec. 7, 1970
Paul Tate Strickland, 61, of 608 Virginia Avenue, died in a Chapel Hill hospital December 2nd following several years of declining health and three months critical illness.
A native of Corinth, Mississippi, Strickland was the son of the late George W. and Cora Jourdan Strickland.  He was the husband of Mrs. Frances McCarley Strickland of the home, who survives, and a veteran of World War II.  He was a retired quality control technician with Liberty Hosiery Mill and a member of the Davis Street United Methodist Church.
Survivors, in addition to his wife, include three daughters, Mrs. D.G. Maddox of Glendale, Arizona, Mrs. G.C. Morton of Salisbury and Miss Jeanie Strickland of Washington, D.C.; one son, George W. Strickland of Charlotte; three sisters, Mrs. Cora Nelms of Washington, D.C., Mrs. E.G. Boyd of Dallas, Texas, and Mrs. Dewey Wallis of Booneville; one brother, Mark Strickland of Gary, Indiana, and 10 grandchildren.
Final rites were held Dec. ? at Rich and Thompson Chapel in Burlington.

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