Lee Funeral Home, Inc.
Maggie Slawson Brownlow
(September 18, 1918 - March 22, 2018)
Graveside services for Mrs. Maggie Slawson Brownlow of Carrollton will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, March 25, in the New Bethel
Cemetery in Carroll County. Rev. Joseph Sansing will officiate the service. Visitation will be at New Bethel Baptist Church on Sunday,
beginning at 1:00 p.m.
Mrs. Brownlow's grandsons and great-grandsons will serve as pallbearers.
Mrs. Brownlow, 99, died at her daughter's home at McCarley on Thursday, March 22, 2018. She was born in Carroll County on
September 18, 1918, to James Henry and Monie Wealthy Ferguson Slawson. She was a homemaker and a member of New Bethel
Baptist Church. In addition to her parents, Mrs. Brownlow was preceded in death by her husband, James Edward Brownlow;
daughters, Margaret Clements Garrett and infant Daisey Diane Brownlow; son, J. E. Brownlow Jr.; siblings, Sarah Holmes, James
"Buddy" Slawson, Bessie McNeer, and Wade McDonald; grandsons, Gregory Clements, Raymond K Sanders Jr., and Jeffrey Edward
Sanders; and great-grandson, Tyler Marett.
Mrs. Brownlow is survived by three daughters, Ahlean Sanders (Raymond) of Greenwood, Patricia Noah (Charles) of McCarley, and
Cyril Dean Misskelley (Pete) of North Carrollton; twelve grandchildren, Robert G. Clements Jr., Dr. James Wesley Clements, Margaret
Elise Ellison, Charles Bradford Noah, Scott Anthony Noah, Jennifer Maggie Marett, Amanda Ahlean Whitfield, Cyril Patricia Beck,
Susanna Leigh Mullins, Michie Linn Hooks, Marianne Rankin, and Melanie Hooks Wiltshire; fourteen great-grandchildren, Sarah Beth
Clark, Christopher Blaine Clark, Joshua Edward Sanders, Alex Noah, Caley Noah, Breland Marett, Bailey Marett, Joe Kelly Whitfield,
Ava Ahlean Whitfield, Jeb Beck, Cooper Beck, Mathis Beck, Noah Beck, and Susanna Katherine Mullins; and one
Memorial contributions may be made to the New Bethel Cemetery Fund, c/o Rev. Joseph Sansing, 9634 County Road 130, Carrollton,
Sunday, March 25 1 - 2 pm
New Bethel Baptist Church
Sunday, March 25 2 pm
New Bethel Cemetery
|Ellen Ricks; Carrollton,MS
I hadn't heard of Maggie's passing until I came to New Bethel for Sunday School Sunday morning -- I waited for the
time needed for the family to gather for the pre-service visitation, which began of course in the parking lot and
extended inside the church sanctuary. So good to see so many people turning out in memory of such a long life as was
Maggie's! So many loved ones gone before her, but so many loved ones here to continue and hopefully, in their time
joining her in heaven.
Deanie Slawson Mills
So sorry to hear of Maggies passing. My daddy loved her so much and I know he will be so happy to be with her in
heaven. May Gods peace be with all of you.
Deanie Slawson Mills
Daughter of James Slawson
|September 18, 1918
March 22, 2018