Lula Queen Martin Cooper

Lula Queen “Queenie” Martin Cooper
1925 – 1978


Lula Queen “Queenie” Martin Cooper was born in 1925 in Horry County, South Carolina, a daughter of Walter Martin and Lula Mishoe Martin.


On September 29, 1946, Mrs. Barney Cooper was listed in the newspaper article “Columbia Commercial College Activities.”


ELGIN – Mrs. Lula Queen Martin Cooper, 53, wife of Barnie B. Cooper, died Friday, November 24, 1978 at her home.

Born in Horry County, she was a daughter of Mrs. Lula Mishoe Martin and the late Walter Martin. She was a member of Hillcrest Baptist Church.

Surviving are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Barbara J. Cooper Ray of Columbia and Mrs. Shirley Sanders of Germany; a son, Richard Cooper of Elgin; three sisters, Mrs. Emily Elliott of Norfolk, Va., Mrs. Quillie Clark of South Boston, Va. and Mrs. Edith Causey of Conway; two half-sisters, Mrs. Evelyn Gasque of Shelby, N. C., and Mrs. Lida Millilgan of Loris; a brother, Hoyt Martin of Norfolk, Va., two half-brothers, Jesse Martin of Myrtle Beach and Lynn Martin of Fork; and two grandchildren.

Plans will be announced by Dunbar Funeral Home.

Tombstone information:

Located in Hillcrest Baptist Church Cemetery
Elgin, Kershaw County, South Carolina, USA
Added by Gerald Vanlandingham


On September 6, 1993, Queenie Martin Cooper was listed as the deceased wife in the obituary of Barnie Belton Cooper Jr.

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