Skeen, Roma Etta

Roma Etta Skeen Eudy, c. 1892. Courtesy of egil1,

Roma Etta Skeen Eudy, c. early 1900s. Courtesy of egil1,













Attended in 1870

Birth: Dec. 21, 1859, North Carolina, USA
Death:  Oct. 28, 1933, Rowan County, North Carolina, USA

Jesse Skeen (1833 – 1910)
Sarah Ann Montgomery Skeen (1837 – 1912)

Cora Belle Skeen Torrence (1862-1886)
Hulduh Virginia “Jennie” Skeen Blackwelder (1867-1961)
Matthew Thomas Skeen (1871-1944)

Jacob Henry Wilson Eudy (1855 – 1917)

Infant Daughter Eudy (1878 – 1878)
Jessie Helena Eudy Bost (1880 – 1959)
Mary Bell Eudy Haines (1881 – 1973)
Infant Daughter Eudy (1883 – 1883)
Annis Eudy Arthur (1884 – 1979)
Zeb Julius Eudy (1887 – 1959)
Eva Caroline Eudy Falkner (1889 – 1970)
Arthur Thaddeus Eudy (1892 – 1927)
William Marvin Eudy (1894 – 1895)
Jacob Theodore Eudy (1895 – 1980)
Edith Kathleen Eudy Honeycutt (1897 – 1980)
Mebben M. Eudy (1899 – 1975)

Mount Pleasant United Methodist Church Cemetery, Mount Pleasant, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, USA
Source:, # 30068633.


Charlotte Observer (Charlotte, NC), October 25, 1933, p.10

Special to The Charlotte Observer

SALISBURY. Oct. 24 – Mrs. J. H. Eudy, 73, of Mt. Pleasant, is in the Lowery hospital seriously hurt as the result of an automobile accident several miles south of the city this morning. Her main injuries are compound fractures of both thighs.

Her son, Zeb Eudy, is also in the hospital suffering from bruises and contusions, but will probably be out in a day or so. Mrs. Zeb Eudy and a child escaped serious injuries.

The accident happened when the car left the highway and turned over.


Greensboro Daily News, October 29, 1933, p. D5

Mrs. J. H. W. Eudy Passes At Salisbury of her Injuries
(Special to Daily News)

Concord, Oct. 28. – Injuries received last Tuesday in an automobile accident on the Concord-Salisbury highway proved fatal this morning at 7:45 o’clock to Mrs. J. H. W. Eudy, well known Mount Pleasant woman in the Lowry hospital, Salisbury. She was 73 years old.

Funeral service will be held Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock at the Methodist church in Mount Pleasant. Rev. H. L. Powell, assisted by Rev. John Link officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Eudy had been a valued member of the Methodist church for many years.

Surviving children are Mrs. Joe H. Bost, of this city, Mrs. Joe Hanes, of Mount Pleasant, Mrs. J. A. Archer, of Charlotte, Mrs. L. L. Faulkner, of Asheville, Mrs. W. R. Honeycutt, of Gold Hill, and J. T. Eudy and M. M. Eudy, both of Atlanta, Ga.