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Rheba, Agnes and I drove to Tallassee, Alabama where Myrtice (who had also graduated the year before) gave us lunch and went with us to a Sharecroppers Union meeting.
He was born in Quitman of April 12, 1947 to Myrtice
Sparks, two great grandchildren, Cameron Cooner and Chloe Shae Cooner, his mother and stepfather, Myrtice and Richard James Pritchard of Valdosta, two sisters and brothers in law,
When Miss Myrtice McCaskill of Perry ran for a seat in the Florida House of Representatives in 1922; when students at Florida A&M sat down at the lunch counter in the Tallahassee Woolworth’s and ordered coffee; when students at FSU elected a man Homecoming Queen his nom de guerre was “Billy Dahling”; his campaign slogan was “Why not a real queen?”