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Flying Dove

Abbott, Peggy Huddleston  Fain

Allen, Charles R.

Appleby, Melvin Victor

Ault, Evelyn L Evans

Ault, William Marvin

Bailey Alfred Bristol

Beasley, Alton Bradley

Beevers, Laura Ruby Conner

Berman, David "Dave"

Bledsue, Cornelious Vander Jr.

Bledsue, Cornelious Vander Sr.

Bledsue, Either

Bledsue, Edith Inez Long

Bledsue, Fred Albert Driggers

Boevers, Henry  George

Boevers, Sally Lorene Driggers

Bohannon, Robert M. "Bob"

Bohannan, Nola Driggers

Bowles, Opal Lucille

Box, Billy Gray

Box, Jack Thomas "Coy"

Brawley, Ruben

Brinkley, Arlie B.

Brinkley, Helen I. Fields

Brinkley, James Lee

Brinkley, Jewel Truett

Brinkley, Mae Wheeler

Brinkley, Reece Lawrence

Brinkley, Mrs. Reece

Brinkley, Ollie Belle

Broome, Billie Jean

Brown , Alice Mae

Burd, Joseph Larry Robert

Cantrell, Anna Mae Morgan Fulfer

Calhoun, Rosa Lee

Calhoun, Oscar

Canon, Robert Ragle

Caplinger, Albert Franklin

Caplinger, Mabry Aline Grace

Carlock, Jennie Melinda Driggers

Carver, Andrew Jackson

Carver, George Franklin

Carver, Harvis "Harvey" Franklin

Carver, James Edward

Carver, Leeroy

Carver, Mrs. Lula

Carver, Maude Driggers

Caywood, William Thomas

Chesser, Calvin C.

Chesser, Vera Box

Clark, Elmon Scott

Cook, Cora Cordell Noble

Cook, Noble Kendrick

Cook, William Kendrick

Cozby, Homer Granada

Danielson, Dale F.

Danielson, Gary Victor

Davis, Clara Marcella

Davis, Earl Ervin

Dick, Geraldine Alberta

Dixon, Henry Marshall

Durham, Clinton

Durham, Lela Milanda

Edmundson, Janie Josephine

Edmundson, Richard E.

Edward, Lottie Lockie

Evans, Edna Myrtle Driggers

Everett, Frank Elmer

Felder, Leroy

Felder, Viola Roxine Jennings

Flanagan, Octava Loree

Fleishman, Clara Jetta "Millie"

Fleishman, Jack

Fulfer, Clarence Redford

Fulfer, Faye B. Byrant

Fulfer, Fred SR. Adams

Fulfer, Fred Jr. Adams

Fulfer, Henry Howard

Fulfer, Josiah S.

Fulfer, Margaret

Fulfer, Noma Fields

Fulfer, Oliver Francis

Fulfer, Sharon Ann Moore

Fulfer, William Riley

Fuller, Margaret Leona "Lanor" Shull Driggers

Grantham, Bessie Blance Rhoades

Grantham, Charles Culberson

Gordon, Hattie Mae


 Peggy H. Fain Abbott
(July 23, 1918-May 8, 1992)
Dallas Morning News
Sunday, May 10, 1992

ABBOTT PEGGY H. (FAIN).
Preceded in death by parents, Charlie and Tommie Huddleston; three brothers,
Ivan, Earl and Mickey Huddleston. Survived by son, Bob Abbott, Mesquite;
daughter, Rosemary Thompson, Garland; four grandsons, Robert, Anthony, Aaron, and
David; brother, Curtis Huddleston; sister, Betty Allen, both of Dallas. Rosary
7:00 P.M. Sunday. Grove Hill Funeral Home Chapel. Mass of Christian Burial 11:00
A. M. Monday, May 11, 1992, St. Pius X Catholic Church. Interment: Grove Hill
Memorial Park.   GROVE HILL  FUNERAL HOME 3920 Samuell Blvd. 388-8887
Submitted by Bonnie Allen.
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 Charles R. Allen
(??-August 19, 1957)

Dallas Morning News
Wednesday, August 21, 1957
ALLEN Charles R., 1737 Alhambra, passed away Monday. Survived by wife, Betty Allen; two daughters, Gail and Donna Allen; parents, Mr. & Mrs. W. C. Allen; brothers, W. C. Allen, Jr., Jessie Allen, and Jimmy Yancey. Chapel services 10 a.m. Thursday. Rev. M. E. McGlanery officiating. Interment Grove Hill. MACON-HOLCOMB EX1-4600.
Submitted by Lee Driggers


 Melvin Victor Appleby
(April 04, 1913-Feb.2, 1978)

Houston Chronicle
Monday Feb. 13, 1978
Pg. 10, Sec. 6

APPLEBY

Melvin V. Appleby, 65, passed away February 12, 1978 in a Pasadena hospital. Member of the Texas Association of Hospital Engineers. Survivors; wife, Mabel Appleby of Pasadena, mother, Sara Appleby of Pasadena, one daughter, Mrs. Judy Miller of Beaumoont; two sons, Ben Appleby of Kingswood, Texas, Harold Appleby of Lodi, Calif., two sisters, Mrs. Edna Mae Grace, Mrs. Ruth Rich, both of Pasadena; two brothers, Bufford Appleby, James Appleby, both of Pasadena; 8 grandchildren; one great grandchild. Services Tuesday, 2 p.m. at the Thomas Avenue Baptist Church. Brother Mike McMahon officiating. Pallbearers; Richard Fly, W.J. Machura, Jack Young, Harold Green, Malcolm Dubose, J.R. Poage. Honorary Pallbears; Members of the Bible Class. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME, 901 S. Main, Pasadena; 472-4387
Submitted by Gena Forsyth


 Evelyn L. Evans Ault
(May 18, 1918-May 26, 1999)
Cleburne Times Review AC
Friday, May 28, 1999

 Evelyn L. Ault
SULPHUR BLUFF -- Services for Mrs. Evelyn L. Ault, 81, of Sulphur Bluff were conducted Friday, May 28, at 1 p.m. in Sulphur Bluff Baptist
Church.  The Rev. Cecil McLeod officiated.  Graveside survices will beat 1 p.m. Saturday, May 29, in Rose Hill Cemetery in Cleburne.  Mrs.
Ault died Wednesday, May 26, in a Hopkins County Hospital.  She was born May 18, 1919, in Mount Pleasant, the daughter of Lewis A. and Edna
Driggers. She married William L. Ault in Houston Oct. 20, 1948. He died April 12, 1994.  Mrs. Ault was a member of Sulphur Bluff Baptist Church,
Eastern Star and Sulphur Bluff Extension Club.  Survivors include one brother, Billy L. Evans of Galt, Calif., one niece and three nephens.
Murray Olg Patleral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Submitted by Lee Driggers



 William Marvin Ault
(Sept. 20, 1925-Apr 12, 1994)

April 14,1994
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
 page: 21

 SULPHUR BLUFF-William Marvin Ault, a pipefitter and welder and former president and business manager of Plumbers and steamfitters Union Local
146, died Tuesday at a Tyler hospital. He was 68. Funeral will be at noon today at Crosier-Pearson-Mayfield Funeral Home in Cleburne. Masonic graveside services will be in Rose Hill Cemetery in Cleburne. Mr. Ault
was born in Beaumont and had lived in Cleburne for 40 years before moving to Sulphur Bluff four years ago. He was a member of Sulphur Bluff Baptist Church, Cleburne Masonic Lodge 315, Dallas Scottish Rite Lodge
and was an Army Veteran. Survivor: Wife, Evelyn L. Evans Ault of Sulphur Bluff. Charles W. Vaughn.
Submitted by Lee  Driggers


 Alfred Bristol Bailey
(Dec. 13, 1926-Nov. 08, 1984)

Arkansas Democrat
Saturday, November 10, 1984
Page: 13 D

Alfred Bailey

Alfred Bristol Bailey, 57, of 2701 Donaghey Drive, North Little Rock, died  Thursday. Bailey was a member of Park Hill Baptist Church, past chairman of the North Little Rock Airport Commission and a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity.

Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Glenda Hargis Bailey; four brothers, Frank A. Bailey, R. Eugene Bailey, and R. Robert Bailey, all of Little Rock and Carl E. Bailey, Jr. of Virginia Beach, Va.; and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Benton of Conway.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at Owens Funeral Home by Dr. Cary Heard and the Rev. Paul Barrington. Burial will be in Rest Hills Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Wayne Harris, Joe Caple, Bob Byrd, P. E. Munnerly, John Kemp, Dave Roberts, John Ward and Leigh Tenney. Honorary pallbearers will be employees of Carl Bailey Co.

Memorials may be made to a favorite charity.
(William Maxwell Driggers)

Submitted by Lee  Driggers


 Alton Bradley Beasley
(June 23, 1904-May 06, 1981)

OYSTER CREEK-Services for Alton Bradley Beasley, 76, of Oyster Creek, will be at 3 p.m., Friday at Lakewood Funeral Chapel. Burial will follow at Restwood Memorial Park. Beasley died Wednesday at Community Hospital.
He was a member of Painters Local 130, Cutting Horse Club, Brazoria County Fair Association, Brazoria County Trailrider's Association,
Brazoria County Cattlemen's Association and American Quarter Horse Association. Survivors include his wife, Eunice Beasley of Oyster
Creek; four sons, Charley Beasley, Lee Beasley, and Jack Beasley, all of Houston, and Kenneth Beasley of Humble; daughter, Geraldine White of
Brazoria; brother, Homer Beasley of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; sister, Francis Adams of Baltimore, Md.; and 11 grandchildren. Arrangement are
under the direction of Lakewood Funeral Chapel.
Note:Gina Brinkley husband father obit: Charlie's father, Alton Bradley Beasley, was born 23 June 1904 in Fredrick, Tillman, Oklahoma. He died 6 May 1981, Oyster Creek, Brazoria,
Texas and burial was in Restwood Memorial Park. His mother, Eunice Pearl Murray, born 2 October, 1919, Lufkin, Angelina, Texas.
Submitted by Lee Driggers

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 Laura Ruby Conner Beevers
(August 19, 1911-January 21, 1981)

Lubbock Avalanche Journal
January 24, 1981

Laura Beevers

Services for Laura Ruby Beevers,69, of Muleshoe will be at 2 p.m. today in W W Ric chapel with Rev. James Williams pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Muleshoe, the Rev. Bill Shockley, pastor of Southside Baptist Church of Lubbock and the Rev. W.E. Higginbotham, pstor of Aposotlic Christian Church, officiating.

Burial will be in the City of Lubbock Cemetery under direction of Rix Funeral Directors.

Mrs Beevers died at 4:17 pm Wednesday in Methodist Hospital after an illness.

A native of Waco, she lived in Lubbock from 1934-1968 when she moved to Muleshoe.  

Mrs Beevers and her husband Ross who died in 1938, owned and operated cafes in Lubbock. Mrs Beevers retired in 1968.

She was a member of Calvary Baptist Church of Muleshow.

Survivors include a son, Arlie an employee of the Avalanche Journal, a daughter, Veita Whitaker of Muleshoe, a brother W.E. Conner of College Station.
(Wife of Jesse Driggers, alias Bob Sproles)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 David "Dave" Berman
(May 12, 1898-April 29, 1964)

Corpus Christi Times
Wednesday, April 29, 1964

Dave Berman, 64, of 1330 Maryland, died at 7:15 a.m. today in a local hospital after a short illness.

Berman, manager of Parker Laundry on Corpus Christi Beach, moved here 25 years ago from New York.

He was Army veteran of World Wars I and II and was a member of Bnai Israel Synagogue and was a past Master Lodge of Talco.

Berman was a Scottish Rite Mason and a member of Azlafar Temple Shrine of San Antonio.

He is survived by his wife Bessie; four daughters, Mrs. Ethel Lockett of Longview, Mrs. Corrine McKinney of Warren, Ark., Mrs. Mildred Hodges of Jacksboro, and Mrs. Vivian Danielson of Springvalley, Wis.;  a brother, Harry Berman of New York City; 15 grandchildren and a great-grandchild.

Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Cage-Mills Funeral Chapel with Rabbi  Erwin Halpern officiating. Burial will be in Seaside Memorial Park after Masonic services there by Corpus Christi Masonic Lodge 189. AF&AM
Submitted by  Vanessa DeShazer


 Edith Inez Bledsue
(Sept. 07, 1919-Nov. 27, 1990)

Fort Worth Star Telegram/Morning Edition
Section 1, page 33
Thursday, November 29, 1990

Homemaker

Fort Worth--Edith Inez Bledsue, a homemaker, died Tuesday at her Fort Worth home.  She was 71.

Funeral will be at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow at Mount Olivet Funeral Home. Burial will be in Rendon Cemetery in Rendon.

Mrs. Bledsue was born in Harrold, Wilbarger County, and had lived in Fort Worth most of her life.  She was a member of Cowtown Posse Riding Club and the American Legion Auxiliary 549.

Mrs. Bledsue was a Baptist.

Survivors, Husband, Lilburn Bledsue of Fort Worth; three sons, Tommy Bledsue of Joshua, L. B. Bledsue Jr. of Cleburne, and Larry Bledsue of Fort Worth; daughter, Betty Ann Baker of West; two brothers, Teddy Ray Long of Fort Worth and Eugene Long of Arlington; three sisters, Rosa Lee Grimes of Llano, Jewel Martins of Rendon, and Joyce Champaign of Whitney; nine grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer

 Fred Albert Driggers Bledsue
(June 17, 1935-October 02, 1960)

Newspaper Article

Hood County News Tablet
October 6, 1960
p. 1.

Car Crash into Bridge Early Sunday Morning Killed Two Men—
Two men were killed while the car in which they were riding crashing [sic] into the west end of the Brazos River Bridge, just east of the Granbury city limits.
Highway Patrolmen Andy Sims and Allen Langston said the accident in which only the one car was involved, happened at 2:20 AM Sunday.
Dead on arrival at Granbury General Hospital were Fred Albert Bledsue , 26, of 3220 Orchard in Fort Worth and Wilbur George Allen, Jr, 23, of Atoka, Oklahoma. The Patrolmen theorized that Allen, a construction worker, was a hitchhiker picked up by Bledsue who was enroute from Ballinger, where he was working as a painter, to Fort Worth to visit his mother.
The bodies were taken to Terry Funeral Chapel and Mr. Bledsue was transferred to Shannon’s in Fort Worth. Mrs. Allen arrived Sunday to make arrangements for the return of her husband’s body for burial in Atoka.
Shortly after the accident Billy Edward Jones, 23, and George Barton, were injured when their car collided with a truck which was slowing for the wreck on the bridge. Mr. Jones was released from the Granbury General Hospital after treatment for abrasions and Mr. Barton remained in the hospital with a broken arm, several broken ribs, and severe bruises.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



 Henry George Boevers
(November 20, 1914-January 09, 1988)
Piedmont Survey Gazette
January 14, 1988
Page 3
Ohs Roll #21702-374


Henry Boevers

Services for Henry George Boevers, 73, of Piedmont were held Jan. 12 at the Yanda Funeral Home Chapel in Yukon.   Burial was in the Union City Cemetery.

Boevers was born Nov. 20, 1914, in Union City and died Jan. 9 at his Piedmont home.

He was a retired bus driver with the Greyhound Bus Line and a member of the senior citizens group.

Survivors include his wife, Sally Lorene, of the home; one son, Henry P. and wife, Phyllis of Piedmont; three sisters, Anna Biswell of Wagoner, Francis Tillman of Tulsa and Hieda Ogle of Choctaw; one brother, Eugene of Sallisaw; a nephew, Mike Boevers of Oklahoma City and a number of other nieces and nephews.

Boevers was a much-loved member of the Piedmont School System and was known as Mr. Cottonpicker.

In lieu of flowers the family is asking that donations be made to the Heart Foundation.

He was preceded in death by one brother, Richard of Oklahoma City.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Sally Lorene "Rene" Driggers Boevers
(September 19, 1919-June 02, 1993)
Waco Tribune-Herald
Thurday, June 3, 1993

Death Notice:

Sally Lorene Boevers
   Sally Lorene Drigger (sic) Boevers of Waco, formerly of Piedmont, Okla., died Wednesday. She was 73.
   Arrangements are pending at Connally-Compton Downtown Funeral Home.


Waco Tribune-Herald
Saturday, June 5, 1993

  Sally Lorene Boevers, of Waco, formerly of Piedmont, Okla., died Wednesday at her residence. She was 73.
  Graveside services will be 2 p.m. today at Robinson Cemetery, the Rev. Don Honaker officiating.
  Mrs. Boevers was born Sept. 19, 1919; in Normangee.  She was married to Harry C. Boevers; he died in 1988.  She was reared in Buckners Orphanage. She was a Baptist.
  Survivors include a sister; Ivy Mae Plummer of Fresno, Calif., and several nieces and nephews.
  The family has designated Community Hospice in care of Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center or the individual's favorite charity for memorials.
  Connally-Compton Downtown Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Submitted by Vanessa Deshazer



 Robert M. "Bob" Bohannon
(April 16, 1872-September 6, 1956)
Bonham Daily Favorite Newspaper
Sept. 6, 1956

Bob Bohannon Dies of Heart Ailment After Brief Illness

Rites Set Friday  For Long-Time  TP&L Employee   Bob Bohannon, 84, 220 Cherry Street, known to his many friends as "Uncle Bob," died at the Medical and
Surgical hospital at 5:10 o'clock 1956 of a heart ailment. Bohannon had been taken to the hospital Tuesday.

Funeral services have been announced for 3 p.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church in Bonham with the Rev. James Hatley, pastor, officiating. The Rev. E. J. Kearney, pastor, of the Seventh and Main Baptist church, and Rev, Clifford Longino, pastor of the Savoy Baptist church, will assist. Interment will be in the Inglish Cemetery with Earnheart Funeral home of Whitewright directing.

Born April 16, 1872, at Sail Creek, Tenn., Bohannon came to Bonham when he was 17 years old and had made his home here since that time.  He had been an employee of electric light and power companies for more than 60 years when he was retired two years ago.  Bohannon was first employed by the Bonham Power and Light Co.,the first power company to supply Bonham with electric power.  When the Texas Power and Light Co. purchased the Bonham company, Bohannon continued as an employee until his retirement.  He was honored by the TP&L for his half century of work with the company and for a long safety record with the company. He was never involved in a lost-time accident.  In his early employment with the power companies Bohannon learned to do everything-set poles, string wires, install lights and equipment, operate generators and did a bit of office work.  During the latter years of employment with the Texas Power & Light Co., he was in charge of the sub-station on Cherry Street, just south of his home.  With the installation of automatic equipment, "Uncle Bob" duties had grown lighter through the years but he continued to put in a full eight hours a day on the job.  He was fi rst married to the late Miss Ella Thomas, who preceded him in death some 30 years ago. A few years after her death, he married Mrs. Mary Box, who died in August 1955.  He was a long-time member of the First Baptist church of Bonham and attended services regularly.

Survivors are five brothers, Jim Bohannon and Tom Bohannon of Itada, ILL.; Joe Bohannon of Fort Worth; Green Bohannon of California; Barnett Bohannon of Colorado Springs, Col.; two daughters, Mrs. Flora Hamilton of Waco, Mrs. Florance Hamilton of Austin; two sons, Frank Bohannon of Dallas, Fred Bohannon of Big Spring and seven stepchildren, Bill Box and Coy Box of Bonham, Mrs. Pansy Watson, of Bonham, Mrs. Thelma Gist of Houston, Mrs. Vera Chesser of Whitewright, Mrs. Robert Brinton of Dallas, and Mrs. Claude Strickland of Savoy and a large number of grandchildren.  Active pallbearers will be J. J. Chance, H. O. Green, Frank Ford, James Ragsdale, A. H. Tatem, and Boyd Williams.  All employees of the Texas Power & Lights Co. will be honorary pallbearers.
Submitted by Lee Driggers


 Nola Driggers Bohannan
(Feb. 22, 1886-Aug. 23, 1955)

Bonham Daily Favorite Newspaper
August 24, 1955
Page: 3

Mrs. R. M. Bohannon Rites Set Thursday Morning at Wise

Funeral services for Mrs. R. M. Bohannon, 69, who died Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock at her residence at 220 Cherry Street, Bonham, will be held at 10 o' clock Thursday morning at the Wise Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. James Hatley, pastor of the First Baptist Church, and the Rev. Clifford Longino, pastor of the Savoy Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Pleasant Grove Cemetery in Collin County under the direction of Earnheart Funeral Home of Whitewright.

Mrs. Bohannon, a native of Leonard, had been suffering from heart ailment for the past four years.

She was born Feb. 22, 1886, at Leonard, the daughter of Mrs. G. L. Driggers and the late Mr. Driggers. She was married to R. B. Box in September, 1903. Mr. Box died in 1918 while they were living in Blue Ridge. She was then married to R. M. (Uncle Bob) Bohannon in Bonham on April 26, 1926.

A member of the First Baptist Church, she was active in all the work of the church until ill health prevented further participation.  
Survivors are her husband, R. M (Uncle Bob) Bohannon; five daughters, Mrs. Pansy Watson of Hugo, Okla., Mrs. Vera Chesser of Whitewright, Mrs. Velma Guest of Houston, Mrs. Marie Strickland of Savoy, Mrs. Robbie Brinton of Dallas; two sons, Jack (Coy) Box and Bill Box, both of Bonham; two step-daughters, Mrs. Flora Hamilton of Waco and Mrs. Florence Hamilton of Austin; two step-sons, Frank Bohannon of Dallas, Fred Bohannon of Pampa, Texas; two sisters Bohannon of Dallas, two sisters, Mrs. Tom Rich of McKinney, Mrs. Oscar Calhoun of Blue Ridge; three brothers, Allie Driggers of McKinney, Virgil Driggers of Noel, Mo., Charles Driggers of Blue Ridge; 21 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; her mother, Mrs. G. L. Driggers of Savoy.

The body will be brought to Wise Funeral Home in Bonham at 4 o'clock this afternoon where it will remain until the services Thursday morning.
(George Lafayette Driggers)

Submitted by Lee  Driggers


 Cornelious V. Jr. Bledsue Jr.
(May 01, 1932-January 20, 1975)

Fort Worth Star Telegram
Wednesday, January 22, 1975

BLEDSUE J.R. (COONDOG) BLEDSUE.  3220 Orchard.  

Survivors:  Mother, Mrs. C.V. Bledsue, Fort Worth; brother Lee Bledsue, San Angelo, Lilburn Bledsue, Forth Worth; sisters, Mrs. Lorene Chase, Mrs. Ethel Wanon, Mrs. Helen Paynter.

Services 2 p.m. Wednesday Shannon's North Chapel.  Rev. Harmon Shepard, officiating.  Interment Mount Olivet.  Arrangements Shannon's North. 625-2191.
Submitted by Vanessa Deshazer



  Cornelious Vander Bledsue Sr.
(January 18, 1893-December 20, 1954)
Fort Worth Star Telegram, Evening Edition
Tuesday, December 21, 1954
Page: 20

C. V. Bledsue Suffers Fatal Heart Attack

C. V. Bledsue, 62, was dead on arrival at a hospital early Monday after suffering a heart attack at his residence, 3220 Orchard.

Bledsue formerly had suffered with a heart condition but had been in good health until the fatal attack.
He was a native of Collin County and had lived in Fort Worth since 1926.

Bledsue was a painting contractor.

He was a member of the Kennedale Odd Fellows and Rebekah Lodges and Forest Hill Baptist Church.
Survivors are his wife; four sons, Lee, Lilburn, J.R. and Fred Bledsue of Fort Worth; three daughters, Mmes. Lorene Chase of Dallas and Ethel Waggon and Helen Hood of Fort Worth; mother, Mrs. L. L. Benjamin of Dallas; four half sisters, Mmes. Jackie Prince, Tommie Huddleston and Beulah Hinson of Dallas and Jean Carlock of Fort Worth; four half brothers, Albert, Rawl, Porter and Earl of Dallas; eight grandchildren and a great-grandchild.

Funeral services for Bledsue will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Shannon's Chapel with burial in Mount Olivet.
(This is Easton Cornelious Driggers, who changed his name)
Submitted by Lee Driggers.



 Either Bledsue
(March 11, 1895-January 02, 1996)

January 03, 1996
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 14;15


Obituary:
BURLESON - Either Bledsue, 100, a homemaker, died Tuesday at a Fort Worth convalescent center.
Funeral: 2 p.m. Thursday at Mount Olivet Funeral Home. Burial: Mount Olivet Cemetery. Visitation: 6 to 9 tonight at the funeral home.
Pallbearers: John Paynter, Roy Paynter, Tommy Bledsue, L.B. Bledsue, Paul Paynter, Bobby Godwin, Terry Bledsue and Toby Bledsue.
Either Bledsue was born March 11, 1895, in Oak Grove, La. She was a member of Kennedale Rebecca Lodge 10 for 50 years.
Survivors: Two sons, Lee Bledsue of San Angelo and Lilburn Bledsue of Fort Worth; three daughters, Lorene Chase of Dallas, Ethel Wagnon of Fort Worth and Helen Paynter of Burleson; two sisters, Winnie Jordan of Grapevine and Myrl Graves of Fort Worth; 13 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and 14 great-great-grandchildren. Mount Olivet Funeral Home 2301 N. Sylvania Ave., 831-0511 Rose M. Bohan
Submitted by  Vanessa DeShazer


 Opal Lucille Bowles
(September 08, 1918-April 04, 1997)

April 06, 1997
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 6;7;8

Obituary:

BENBROOK - Opal L. Bowles, 78, a retired service station owner and operator, died Friday, April 4, 1997, in Fort Worth.
Funeral: 9:30 a.m. Monday at Greenwood Funeral Home. Burial: Benbrook Cemetery. Visitation: 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday.
Opal Bowles was born Sept. 8, 1918, in Cleburne.
A Benbrook resident since 1946, she owned and operated the Mobil Station in Benbrook along with her late husband, J.B. Bowles Sr. Mr. Bowles died in 1987. She was a member of Eastern Star and was a volunteer for Benbrook Ladies Auxiliary.
She was preceded in death by husband, J.B. Bowles Sr. and a daughter in 1988, Mary Jean Mitchell.
Survivors: Son, J.B. Bowles Jr. and wife, Alice, of Aledo; daughter, JoAnn Eason and husband, Gene, of Benbrook; daughter, Glo Mason and husband, Dorris, of Hopkinsville, Ky.; 11 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Greenwood Funeral Home 3100 White Settlement Road, 336-0584 Alene Harris Braswell
Submitted by  Vanessa DeShazer


 Billy Gray Box
(July 11, 1929-March 14, 1995)
March 17, 1995
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 24;25
CLEBURNE-Billy G. Box, 65, a retired  auto worker, died Tuesday at a Fort  Worth hospital Funeral: 1 p.m. today  at Crosier-Pearson-Mayfield Funeral Home.   Burial: Waxahachie City Cemetery.  Mr. Box, a native of Bonham, was a Navy veteran.  
Survivors: Wife, Peggy Box of Cleburne; two sons,  Kenneth R. Box of Cleburne and Tracy Box of  Belleville,
Michigan; three daughters,  Twyla Gay Painter of Universal City, Shelly Box  of Cleburne, and Cheri Voth of Wichita, Kansas;  mother, Gracie Lee Bolton of Cleburne; two sisters,  Reba Eppars of Joshua and Glenda Gaulding of  Cleburne; and eight grandchildren. Brandon L. Lee.
Submitted by Lee Driggers



 Arlie B. Brinkley
(June 10, 1911-July 16, 1964)

Bonham Daily Favorite Newspaper
July 17, 1964
Page: 7

Arlie Brinkley
Died at Leonard

LEONARD (Spl.) - Arlie Brinkley, 53, died at 1 a.m. Friday, July 17, 1964 in Leonard from a heart attack he had suffered a few hours earlier.

He was born June 18, 1911 at Grandfield, Okla., the son of Reece Brinley and the late Loula Driggers Brinkley. He made his home with his father, Reece Brinkley of Leonard.

Survivors are his father of the home address; one son, Charles Arlie Brinkley of Greenville; two daughters, Miss Evelyn Marie Brinkley and Miss Mary Lou Brinkley of Greenville; five sisters, Mrs. Helen Green of Leonard, Mrs. May Middleton of Lubbock, Mrs. Jack Morris, Tulia, Mrs. Lila Duncan of Lawton, Mrs. Opal Plummer, San Bernandino, Calif.; three brothers, J. L. Brinkley of Culp, Jewell Brinkley of Kress, Bill Brinkley of Fort Stewart, Ga.; and four grandchildren.

Funeral arrangements with Wilson Funeral Home were incomplete Friday.
(William Maxwell Driggers)

Submitted by Lee  Driggers



 Jack "Coy" Thomas Box
(February 25, 1906-November 13, 1968)

The Bonham Daily Favorite Newspaper
Bonham, Texas
Wednesday, November 13, 1968

Jack Box Rites Set Thursday

Coy (Jack) Box, 62, 513 East Second, died in a Shreveport hospital at 1:15 p.m. Wednesday, November 13, 1968.

Funeral services will be held at Earnheart Funeral Home Chapel at Whitewright at 2:00 p.m. Thursday with the Rev. Mac Hargrove, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Bonham, and the Rev. Bob Cody, pastor of the Savoy Baptist Church, officiating. Interment will be in Willow Wild Cemetery.

Mr. Box was born Feb. 25, 1906, in Collin County, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Box. He married Miss Bessie Uselton in Bonham Sept. 6, 1927.

He was a retired welder and was associated with his brother, Bill Box, in Box Brothers Welding Company here for a number of years.

Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Bessie Box, of the home; a son, Dan Ray Box of Channelview; a daughter, Mrs. Jeanita Brooks of Bonham; a brother, Bill Box, of Denison; five sisters, Mrs. Pansy Watson of Hugo, Okla., Mrs. Claude Strickland of Savoy; Mrs. Vera Chesser of
Whitewright, Mrs. Velma Gist of Houston and Mrs. Robbie Brinton of Dallas; and, seven grandchildren.

Active pallbearers will be C. R. Goodwin, James R. Goodwin, Haskell Chesser, Willy R. Chesser, Robert S. Box, all nephews.

Submitted by Lee Driggers.



 Ruben Brawley
(May 2, 1923-April 8, 1998)


Ruben Brawley, 74, died Wednesday, April 8, 1998 at Northwest Medical Center in Thief River Falls.

Funeral services were held on Saturday, April 11, at 2 p.m. at United Lutheran Church in Gatzke with Pastor Arlen R. Lloyd officiating. Gloria Sistad was the organist, and a duet was sung by Muriel Larson and Mary Ann Lunsetter. Casketbearers were Dale Rogers, Wally Chaplinski, Eric Roepke, Robert Engelstad, Ronald Engelstad and Richard Engelstad.  Honorary casketbearers were Gene Peterson, Cheslie Ruud and Walter Lunsetter.  Burial was in Lanstad Cemetery in Rollis township of Marshall County.  The Green Funeral Home of Thief River Falls was in charge of the arrangements.

Ruben Levania Brawley was born on May 2, 1923 in Winona, MO, the son of Odes and Oma (Weaver) Brawley.  He was baptized in the Christian faith.  As a young boy, he moved with his family to Holliday, Tx were he attended school and worked in the oil fields.

Ruben was united in marriage to Angie Fulfer on July 18, 1943 in Walters, OK. The couple lived in Wichita Falls, TX and Petrolia, Tx where Ruben continued to work in the oil fields.  In 1968, they purchased a farm in Rollis township of Marshall county. Ruben and Angie took up permanent residence there in 1972.  Ruben farmed and was a diesel mechanic for McDonough Construction in Grygla.

He thoroughly enjoyed ranching and working on equipment for his neighbors and friends, activities he continued into his retirement years.  He also enjoyed his cattle, talking ploitics and spending time with family and friends.

Ruben is survived by his wife, Angie of Garzke; four children, Evelyn (Dale) Rogers of Gatzke, Nancy (Ray) Holhenstein of Valley View, TX, Glenda (Wally) Chaplinski of Middle River, and Rex "Butch" (Anne) Brawley of Burlington, ND; ten grandchildren; two brothers, Richard Brawley of Brownwood, TX and George (Juanita) Brawley of Mena, AR; three sisters, Eulah Collier of Valley View, TX, Erma Harris of Gatzke and Martha Graf of Fosston; and several nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by one son, Henry "Bo" Brawley; his parents; and one sister, Jenny Dearman.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Helen Fields Brinkley
(Oct. 28, 1926-December 29, 1999)

Lawton Constitution

Funeral for Helen I. Brinkley, 73, Lawton, will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Westminster Presbyterian Church with the Rev. John Saville, pastor, officiating.

Mrs. Brinkley died Wednesday in an Oklahoma City hospital.

Burial will be in Post Cemetery, Fort Sill, under direction of Becker Funeral Home.

She was born Oct. 28, 1926, in Sallisaw. She married Billy Lee Brinkley on May  29, 1946 in Fort Hood, Texas. She was a homemaker and a member of Westminster
Presbyterian Church.

Survivors include her husband, of the home; two sons and daughters-in-law: William Walker and Beverly Jane Brinkley, Kettering, Ohio; and Phillip Lee and
Lynne Brinkley, Heidelberg, Germany; six sisters: Elizabeth Morton, Vian; Eleanor Danis, Rocky Mount, N.C.; Bettye Haney, Muskogee; Georgia Robinson, Aurora, Colo., Ruth Terronez, Fort Gibson; and Jeanne Harrison, Littleton, Colo.; and two grandsons: James Lee Brinkley and Matthew Phillip Brinkley, both of Heidelberg.

  She was precede in death by two sisters: Charlene LaCroix and Katherine Fields; and a brother, John Allen Fields.

Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of the donors choice.
Submitted by Lee  Driggers


 James Lee Brinkley
(March 05, 1918-January 21, 1976)
J. L. "Doc" Brinkley dies

CLUTE - James Lee "Doc" Brinkley, 57, of 1164 Fifth Street in Clute, died Wednesday (Jan. 21, 1976) in a local hospital. He had been a Clute resident for 21 years.
Brinkley served as a Clute city councilman during the 1950's. He also was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles 3111. Madison lodge 126 AF&AM in Orange, and Boilermakers Local.
Services are set for 2:30 p.m., Friday, at Palms Chapel of Roses with the Rev. Duane Phy officiating. Burial will be in Angleton Cemetery with graveside services under the auspices of Angleton Lodge 829 AF&AM.

Survivors are Brinkley's wife, Mrs. Frances Marie Brinkley of Clute; daughters, Mrs. Anna Lee Simoneaux of Danbury, Mrs. Charlotte Hauke of Gulfport, Miss. and Miss Gina Brinkley of Clute.

Also, brothers, Billy Lee Brinkley of Lawton, Okla. and Jewel Brinkley of Kress, Tex.; sisters, Mrs. Opal Plummer of San Bernardino, Calif., Mrs. Helen Green of Leonard, Tex., Mrs. Lila Duncan of Lawton, Okla., Mrs. Clara Williams of Tulia, Tex., and Mrs. Mae Hargess of Lubbock; and five grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be Ralph Gibbons, Roy Blackwell, Bob Small, David Martin, Earl Harrell and Johnnie Schoen.
Honorary pallbearers will be Harlan Pullen, W. W. McKinney, T. R. Broaddus, Stan Morrow, Charlie Boone, and Floyd Murray.
Submitted by Lee Driggers



 Jewel Truett Brinkley
(May 29, 1916-March 16, 2000)
The Tulia Herald
23 March 2000

J. T. BRINKLEY

    KRESS--J. T. "Brink" Brinkley, 83, died Thursday, March 16, 2000.
    Services were at 2 p.m. Thursday in First Baptist Church with the Rev. Jay Simpson, pastor,  
officiating.  Burial was in Kress Cemetery by Lemons Funeral Home of Plainview.
    Mr. Brinkley was born and raised in Leonard, attending schools in Leonard and Taylorville.  After serving with the Navy during World War II, he returned to Leonard and in 1951, moved to Kress.
    In 1978, Mr. Brinkley retired as manager of operations at Kress Co-op. After his retirement , he worked for Swisher County.  He was a member of the Tulia Masonic Lodge and was a 32nd degree Mason.
    He married Ollie Bell McBroom in 1936 at Leonard.  She died in 1984.  He also was preceded in death by a daughter, Mattie Lois.
    Survivors include three daughters, Eloise West of Lubbock, Elaine O'Daniel of Hart and Connie Heard of Allen; a son, Jim of Abilene; a brother, Bill Brinkley of Lawosn, Okla.; two sisters, Helen Green of Leonard and Lilla Duncan of Lawton; nine grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
(son of Reece Lawrence Brinkley and Martha Lula Driggers)
Submitted by Zoe Smith (Swisher Co, TX Volunteer


 May Wheeler Brinkley
(Nov. 10, 1904-Feb. 04, 1985)

OBITUARY: from the files of Kim and Alfred Scott MAY HARGIS
Memorial services for May Hargis were held February 6th in the Bacon Heights Baptist Church in Lubbock. The Rev. Hank Scott, pastor, and Jack Kesal of the Dallas Baptist Sen3inary officiated. Mrs. Hargis was bom November 10, 1904, the daughter of the late Reece and Lula Driggers Brinkley. She married P. L. Hargis 1919 in Leonard. He preceded her in death in July of 1955. Also, a daughter, Euvon Hasty in 1979. Mrs. Hargis had lived in Lubbock, Texas since 1953. She was a member of the Bacon Heights Baptist Church, The VIFW Auxiliary, the World War I Auxiliary, the American Association of Retired Persons, and the Retired Seniors Volunteer Program.

Survivos include three sons, Weldon Hargis of Lubbock, Garland Hargis of Fort Worth, and Bob Hargis of San Diego; four daughters; Dorothy Herman of Wolfford, Glenda Bailey of North Little Rock, Ark., Martha Canon of Santa Fe, N. M., and Louise Jensen of Sugar Land- two brothers, Jelele Brinkly of Kress and Bill Brinkly of Lawton, Okla., and three sisters; Clara Davis of Tulia, Lila Duncan, of Lawton, Okla. and Helen Green of Leonard. Eighteen grandchildren and nineteen great-grandchildren.
(dau of Reece Lawrence Brinkley and Martha Lula Driggers)
Submitted by Lee Driggers



 Reece Lawrence Brinkley
(July 11, 1883-May 01, 1966)

Reece Brinkley Dies at Leonard Nursing Home
Leonard, Texas

Reece L Brinkley,82, retied farmer died in the Gilbert Nursing Home at 8:14 p m Sunday, May 1 1966. He had been ill for 6 weeks.
Funeral services will be held at the First Baptist Church at 10 a m
Wednesday with the Rev. John Riggs and Rev. U.C. Broach, Baptist ministers, officiating. Interment will be in the Burns cemetery at Leonard with Owens Funeral home directing.
Grandsons will serve as pallbearers.
Mr. Brinkley was born July 11,1893,at an Alstyne, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Brinkley. He married Martha Lula Driggers in 1903.
He had farmed in the Leonard and Grove Hill communities all of his adult life.
Servivors are 3 sons, Jewel Brinkley of Kress, J.L. Brinkley of Freeport, and M-Sgt. Bill Brinkley of Fort Knox, Ky. 5 daughters, Mrs. Mae Middleton of Lubbock, Mrs. Opal Plummer of San Bernadino Calif., Mrs. Clara Morse of Tulia, Mrs. Lila Duncan of Lawton, Okla., Mrs.Helen Green of Leonard, 2 sisters Mrs. Nellie Hudson and Mrs. Emma Lanier both of Weatherford.
27 grandchildrean and 41 great grandchildren.
A. T. Driggers of Bailey is a brother-in-law.
The body will be at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Hiatt, Thomas Street, until the time for the service Wednesday.
Submitted by Lee Driggers


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 Mrs. Reece Brinkley
(Nov. 24, 1885-Aug. 26, 1963)

The Tulia Herald
29 August 1963

MRS. REECE BRINKLEY

    Mrs. Reece Brinkley of Leonard died Monday morning.  She was the mother of J. L. Brinkley and Mrs. Jack Morse, both of Kress.
(Martha Lula Driggers)
Submitted by Zoe Smith (Swisher Co, TX Volunteer


 Ollie Belle Brinkley
(July 22, 1917-November 29, 1984)

The Tulia Herald
December 6, 1984

OLLIE B. BRINKLEY

    Ollie B. Brinkley, 67, died at 3:45 a.m.  Thursday in Lubbock Methodist Hospital in Lubbock.
    Services were at 2 p.m. Saturday in the First Baptist church with Rev. Bill Fuller, Pastor, and Rev. Dennis Williams, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Claytonville, officiating.  Burial was in Kress Cemetery under the direction or Wallace Funeral Home of Tulia.
    Mrs. Brinkley was born Ollie Bell McBroom on July 22, 1917 in Fannin County.  She married J. T. Brinkley on January 8, 1936 in Bailey.  They came to Kress 31 years ago from Fannin County.  She was a member of the First Baptist CHurch and Order of Eastern Star, Chapter 33, of Tulia.
    She is survived by her husband of the home; three daughters, Eloise West and Connie Heard, both of Lubbock and Elaine O'Daniel of Tula; one son, Jimmie Brinkley of Cloudcroft, New Mexico; two sisters, Edna Woods of Irving  and May Mills of Dallas; one brother, Oscar McBroom of Houston and eight grandchildren.
    Pallbearers were Dalton Freeman, Louie Strange, Troy Bynum, Gene Clayton, Billy Joe Young, and Dale Street.
(Wife of Jewell Truett Brinkley)
Submitted by Zoe Smith (Swisher Co, TX Volunteer


 Billie Jean Broome
(1932-Nov. 14, 1988)
Houston Chronicle
November 15, 1988
section B, pg. 7

BILLIE JEAN BROOME, 56, passed away November 14, 1988. Survivors; parents, Albert and Ruby Inge. Children; Thomas Broome, James Broome, Brenda Zoueini, Karen Johnson, Brother; Charles Henson. Granddaughter; Carla Broome, Kimberly Zoueini, Michelle Johnson, and numerous other relatives. Services Wednesday, 10 a.m. Woodlawn Funeral Home. Interment; Woodlawn Garden of Memories. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society.
(granddaughter of Bessie Jane Driggers Henson)

Submitted by Gena Forsyth



 Alice Mae Everett Brown
(Abt. 1945-April 18, 1993)

Houston Chronicle
April 19, 1993
section B pg. 7

Alice Brown passed away April 18, 1993. Graveside services to be held 10 a.m. Tuesday, April 20, 1993, at Klein Memorial Park, Rev. Mike Colston officiating.
(granddaughter of Louella Ida Driggers Carver)
Submitted by Gena Forsyth


 Rosa Lee Calhoun
( Dec 25, 1901-June 10, 1984)
MRS. CALHOUN


 Funeral service were held at 2:30 p.m. Friday in the Blue Ridge First Baptist for Mrs. Rosa Lee Calhoun, 82, native and lifelong resident of East Collin county, who died last Wednesday in a McKinney hospital.  The rites were conducted by the Reverends, Peck Williams and Barry Beames,  and interment was in the Blue Ridge Cemetery under the direction of the Fielder-Baker Funeral Home.

Pallbearers were Roland Driggers, Alfred Scott, Kenneth Thacker, Phil Herron, Everett Harmon, and Keith Williams.  Mrs. Calhoun was born in the Boggy Community between Farmersville and Blue Ridge Dec. 25, 1901. She was the daughter of George L. and Mary Frances Driggers. She was a charter member of the First Baptist Church at Blue Ridge.  She was married to Oscar Calhoun Nov. 6, 1920 at Blue Ridge and he preceded her in death.

Surviving are a son, Darvis Calhoun of Rowlett; three grandchildren and one great-grandchild; a sister Mrs. Geneva Rich of McKinney and a brother, Chester Driggers of Leonard.
Files of Kim and Alfred Scott

OBITUARY  Mrs. Rosa Calhoun BLUE RIDGE - Services for Mrs. Rosa Calhoun of Princeton, 83-year-old housewife who died Wednesday at Wysong Hospital in McKinney, will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church in Blue Ridge.  Burial will be in Blue Ridge Cemetery, directed by Fielder-Baker Funeral Home.

Mrs. Calhoun was born in East Texas, a daughter of George L. and Mary Frances Driggers, and married Oscar Calhoun.  She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Blue Ridge.  Surviving are her son, Darvis Calhoun of Rowlett; sister, Mrs. Geneva Rich of McKinney; brother, Chester Driggers of Leonard; three grandchildren and one great-grandchild.  The family will be at the funeral home from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
Files of Davris Calhoun  .
Submitted by Lee  Driggers


 Joseph Larry Robert Burd
(September 09, 1964-December 06, 2000)
Rockdale Reporter - Thur, 14 Dec 2000

Burd

Funeral services for Joseph Larry Burd, 36, of Cedar Hill, were held at 1 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 10, 2000 in Green Funeral Home in Cameron with Rev. Ed Jennings officiating. Burial followed in Oak Hill Cemetery in Cameron.

Mr. Burd died Wednesday, Dec. 6 at his home in Cedar Hill.

He was born Sept. 9, 1964 in Cameron and was a sales clerk at an auto parts store in Dallas. Mr. Burd graduated from Rockdale High School in 1982, where he played football, and later attended Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos.

Mr. Burd was preceded in death by his father, Larry Burd.

Survivors include his wife, Renea Burd of Cedar Hill; two sons, Michael Lance Burd and Larry Burd, both of Arizona; a daughter, Tyler Burd of Cedar Hill; his mother, Nancy Owen Burd of Florence; a sister, Amy Burd Fine of Austin; and maternal grandmother, Leigh Owen of Rockdale.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer



 Oscar Calhoun
(Oct 25, 1899-September 23, 1979)
OSCAR CALHOUN

Funeral services for Oscar Calhoun, 79, of Princeton, who died Sunday afternoon in a McKinney nursing home were held 11 a.m. Tuesday in Blue Ridge First Baptist Church with Rev. Peck Williams officiating.
Interment was in Blue Ridge Cemetery, Fileder-Baker of Blue Ridge in charge.

He was born Oct. 25, 1899 in Blue Ridge, the son of William and Sarah F. Calhoun. He was a Baptist. He married Rosa Lee Driggers, Nov. 6, 1920 in Blue Ridge.  Survivors include his wife, of Princeton; one son, Darvis Calhoun of Rowlett; three grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Winnie Langham, and Mrs. Mae Smith of Blue Ridge, Mrs. Eula Thacker of Wolfe City.

 NOTE OF THANKS
We want to express our appreciation to Rev. Peck Williams and doctors and nurses of Collin Memorial and the Pavilion, and friends, neighbors, for the flowers, food, and prayers during the illness and death of our
loved one. ROSA CALHOUN and DARVIS ELTON CALHOUN and family.

Submitted by Lee  Driggers


 Robert Ragle Canon
(Sept. 17, 1932-Nov. 7, 1967)
Vol. 108-No. 36
Augusta Advocate Augusta
Arkansas
Thursday, November 9, 1967
Dies Tuesday  At Home Here

Robert Ragle Canon, aged 35 died at his home in Augusta Tuesday after a lengthy illness. He was born in Pecos, N. M. He was an employee of Arkansas Electric Cooperative Corporation, and a member of the First Baptist Church.  

He is survived by his wife, Dorothy; two sons, Robert, Jr. and Mark, one daughter, Ray Nell all of the home; his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Canon of Lockney, Tex.; his grandmother, Mrs. Ida Ragle of Lockney, Tex.; one brother, Bill Canon of Sante Fe, N. M.; and one sister, Mrs. John Carthel of Lockney, Texas.

Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. at the First Baptist Church by Rev. Paul R. Barrington. The body was shipped to Lockney, Tex., for the second service and burial in Lockney Cemetery.  

Pallbearers were John rannan, James Dailey, Raymond Pardee, Burnis Brown, William D. Smith, and James Edwards.  ! In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be given to the Lottie Moon Christmas offering.
Submitted by Lee Driggers





 Anna May Morgan Fulfer Caddell
(ca 1898-10/15/1985)

CADDELL Anna May, 87, died Oct. 14, 1985. She moved to OKC in 1934 from Comanche OK, attended the Pentecostal Holiness Church. She is survived by 4 sons, LeRoy Caddell of OKC, Bruce Caddell of Collinsville OK, Carl Caddell of OKC, and Stanley Fulfer of Muskogee OK; 1 daughter, Lucille McCurdy of Las Vegas NV; 20 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren, and 1 great-great grandchild. Funeral services will be Thursday at 10am, Chapel of the Chimes, with burial in Sunny Lane Cemetery, under the direction of Capitol Hill Funeral Home.


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Submitted by Susie Whatley




 Albert Franklin Caplinger
(Aug. 22, 1914-Sept. 21, 1966)
Houston Post
September 22, 1966
Page D17

CAPLINGER

Albert F, Caplinger, 58, of 222 West Curtis, Pasadena passed away Wednesday. He was a member of the Southmore Baptist Church. He was foreman of City of Pasadena Water Dept. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Mabry Aline Caplinger, Pasadena; two daughters, Mrs. W.R. Morrison of Pasadena, Mrs. Joe Fortson, Mexia; one son, Charles E. Caplinger, Houston; two half-brothers, Cagle and Cecil Caplinger, both of Greenville, Texas; six grandchildren. Services Friday 10:00 a.m., Colonial Chapel of the Roses with the Rev. W.D. Swank officiating. Interment in South Memorial Park. COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME 2-4337
Submitted by Gena Forsyth


 Mabry Aline Grace Caplinger
(August 22, 1914--April 21, 1995)

IN MEMORY OF

Mabry Aline Caplinger

BORN

August 22, 1914
Anna, Texas

DIED

April 21, 1995
Pasadena, Texas

FUNERAL SERVICE

10 A.M., Wednesday, April 26, 1995
Pasadena Funeral Home
Rev. Roland Hill,
First Baptist Church, Pasadena
Officiating

INTERMENT

South Memorial Park Cemetery
Pearland, Texas
Submitted by Gena Forsyth


 Jennie Melinda Driggers Carlock
(May 13, 1896-Dec. 27, 1960)

Fort Worth Star Telegram
Wednesday, December 28, 1960


MRS. LEROY CARLOCK, SR.

Mrs. Leroy Carlock, Sr., 64, of  805 Anthony, Wolfe City native who had lived most of her life in Fort Worth, died Tuesday in a hospital after a two-week illness.

Surviving are her husband; six daughters, Mrs. James J. Wigley, Mrs. W. E. Carlock, Mrs. C. D. Gibbs, and Mrs. Grady R. Vickers of Fort Worth, and Mrs. Edward Pezoldt of Garden Grove, Cal.; a son, Leroy Carlock, Jr. of Washington; four brothers, R. S. , P. L. and C. E. Driggers of Dallas and A. R. of Gilmer; three sisters, Mrs. C. C. Huddleston, Mrs. C. N. Hunter, and Mrs. Beulah Henslee of Dallas; 15 grandchildren and one great-grandchild.  Owens and Brumley will announce funeral arrangements.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Andrew Jackson Carver
(March 03, 1883-September 04, 1964)
The Abilene Reporter News
Abilene, Texas
Saturday, Morning, September 5, 1964

Carver Services
Today in K-City
KNOX CITY (RNS) - Funeral for Andrew Jackson Carver, 81, will be held in Knox City Baptist Church Saturday at 4 p.m. with burial in Knox City Cemetery directed by Smith Funeral Home. The service was changed from 10 a.m. Saturday. Officiating will be the Rev. K. E. Wooley of Benjamin. Mr. Carver died Friday afternoon in Knox County Hospital. He was visiting a daughter in Benjamin when he became ill. A former Knox County resident, the retired farmer moved to Big Spring in 1949.
Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Gladys Bryant of Ira, Mrs. Mable Logsdon of Reno, Nev., Mrs. Zula Conner and Mrs.Issie Holiday of Rockdale; two brothers, Dan of Gause and George of Rockdale; and 16 grandchildren.
.

Submitted by Lee Driggers



                                                                                   
 George Franklin Carver
(March 29, 1881-October 26, 1966)
Obituary from the newspaper kept in the bible of Lillie Mae Willard Nicar.
Geo. F. Carver dies in Austin-George F. Carver, 85, died at 3:10 p.m. in Austin hospital after an illness of several months and funeral services were held at 11a.m. Friday at the Phillips and Luckey Chapel in Rockdale with burial in the I00F Cemetery. The officiating minester was the Rev. Allison Joyce, pastor of the first Baptist Church. Mr.Carver was a resident of the Sand Grove Community in the Milam County and was born on March 29, 1881, in the Milam County. He worked in the coal mines for many years. He was a member of the Baptist Church of Gause. His wife, who proceeded him in death, was the former Miss Lula Driggers. Surviving are four sons, Harvey Carver of Rockdale, James, Leroy, and Earl Carver all of Houston, two daughters, Mrs. Johnnie Everett and Mrs. Stella Ramsey, both of Houston, two brothers, Andrew Carver of Abilene and Dan Carver of Gause.
*****
Obituary from the Temple Daily Telegram-Temple, Texas-Oct. 28, 1966

G.F. Carver-Rockdale-George F. Carver, 85, of Rockdale, died Wednesday in Austin Hospital. Funeral will be 11a.m. Friday at Phillips and Luckey Funeral Home, the Rev. Allison Joyce officicating. Burial will be in the IOOF Cemetery. Surviving are four sons, Harvey Carver of Rockdale, James Carver, Leroy Carver, and Earl Carver, all of Houston; two daughters, Mrs. Johnny Everett and Mrs. Stella Ramsey, both of Houston; and two brothers, Andrew Carver of Abilene and Dan Carver fo Gause.
(Husband of Luella "Lula" Driggers, granddaughter of Wm. David Driggers)


 Harvis "Harvey" Franklin Carver
(November 18, 1906-June 27, 1992)
The Rockdale Reporter/ Messenger
July 2, 1992

CARVER

Funeral services for Harvey Carver, 85, were held at 2 p.m. Monday, June 29, in the Phillips and Luckey Chapel with burial in I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Rev. Charles Cox of First Christian Church officiated.

Mr. Carver died Saturday afternoon, June 27, in Richards Memorial Hospital. He had been in failing health since January. He was a lifelong resident of Rockdale. He was born Nov. 8, 1906, in Rockdale to Mr. and Mrs. George (Lula Driggers) Carver. He was an auto mechanic, retiring from Gaither Motor Co. on August, 1971.

Mr. Carver and Willard (Clymore) Davenport were married Dec. 16, 1952, at the First Christian Church parsonage in Rockdale.

He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers, two sisters, and a step-son.
Survivors include his wife, Willard Carver of Rockdale; two step-sons, Charles Eugene Davenport of Katy and Larry Wayne Davenport of Salinas, California; a step-daughter, Wilma Jean Fritz of Montgomery; a brother, James Carver of Abilene; a sister, Stella Hutto of Houston; also, eight grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Graham Young, Babe Baker, Gary Walker, Clifford Bartlett, Gene Kornegay and Guy Pruett.

Honorary pallbearers were Veterans of Foreign Wars members Marvin Hall, D. C. Knott, Edell Kirchenwitz, J. D. Caffey, James E. Luckey, Barnie Henderson, Clarence T. Krenek, Otha R. Lumpkins and Monroe Mortimer.

Mr. Carver was a member of First Christian Church, Disabled American Veterans and Veterans of Foreign Wars. He served in the U. S. Army during World War II, receiving the Purple Heart for action in the European Theatre of Operations.
Phillips & Luckey-Rockdale.

Submitted by Lee Driggers



 James Edward Carver
(April 23, 1913-September 01, 1995)
     In Loving Memory
                     James Edward Carver
           April 23, 1913 - September 1, 1995
             He was survived by the following
         grandchildren:  Sherri Cotten, Jaynice Holder,
         Cynthia Howell, Stecen Grimes, Kevin Carver,
             Clifton Howell, Michael Sanford
                    and Rodney Sanford.
           Great Grandchildren: Jayson Conwasy,
             Jayke Conway, Laura Howell and
     Carol Ann Stanford. Sister: Stella Ramsey.

From the files of Allen Hauke
James is buried in the Holly Grove Cemetery.
(Located about 25 miles out of
Cleveland.)
Credited to Alan Hauke


 Leeroy Carver
(April 13, 1926-November 04, 1982)

Houston Post

November 6, 1982 section D, pg. 36

CARVER

LEEROY CARVER, 56, entered into rest November 4, 1982. Born in Rockdale, Texas. Served in World War 11, Germany. Member of Messiah Lutheran Church. Survivors; Wife, Darline "Doege" Carver, Houston; sister, Stella Hutto, Houston; brothers, James Carver, Rye, Tx; father and mother-in-law; Raymond and Theresa "Mueller" Poege, Houston; several nephews and neices and a host of friends. Services 10:00 a.m. Monday November 8, 1982, Messiah Lutheran Church, Rev. James Tonn officiating, interment Houston National Cemetery. Pallbears, Rayburn Doege, Randy Gasch, Jerry Hilligiest, Royal Lunsford, Floyd Inman and Rex Wofford. Honorary pallbears, Richard McMahan, Kevin Hobart, Thomas Pickens, Harris Groeberg, and Robert Gasch. HEIGHTS FUNERAL HOME, 1317 Heights Blvd., 862-8844
Submitted by Gena Forsyth


 Mrs. Lula Carver
(November 03, 1888-May 20, 1954)

Houston Chronicle
May 20, 1954 pg F2

CARVER-Mrs. Lula Carver, 65 of 7315 Abilene, died at 8:30 am Thursday.
Survivors; husband, G. F. Carver, Rockdale, four sons; James, Earl, LeRoy, all of Houston, Harvey F. Carver, Rockdale; three daughters, Mrs Josephine Edmunson, San Antonio; two sisters; Mrs Maggie Hillon, Rockdale, Mrs. Bessie Henson, Marquette, 15 grandchildren.
Arrangements to be announced.
Earthman Funeral Homes
(The two daughters not named were Mrs. Johnnie Everett and Stella Ramsey both of Houston.)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Maude Driggers Carver
(August 25, 1880-June 05, 1946)

Abilene Reporter- News
6 June 1946 Morning
 pg 5

Abilene Woman's
Funeral Today

Funeral for Mrs. A. J. Carver, 65, who died at her home here early Wednesday will be held at 10 a.m. today in Kiker-Warren chapel. Burial will be in the Knox City cemetery.

Mrs. Carver had been ill four months, her condition becoming critical Tuesday night. She was born Aug, 23, 1880, at Bonham, and was married to Mr. Carver at Rockdale in 1905. She lived there intil 1924, when she and her husband moved to Henrietta and then to Abilene.

Survivors are her husband: one son, W. J. Carver of Abilene; and four daughters, Mrs. Cecil Connor of  Benjamin, Mrs. Mabel Heath of Fresno,
Calif., Mrs. Gladys Goodman of San Angelo, and Mrs. Izzie Holliday of Rockdale.
Submitted by Lee  Driggers


 William Thomas Caywood
(August 03, 1880-June 25, 1967)


Rockdale Reporter     
June 29, 1967


Will Caywood, 86, Buried Tuesday


William T. (Will) Caywood, 86, died at 11:10 p.m. Sunday at a local hospital after a long illness.

Funeral services were held at 4 p.m. Tuesday at the Phillips & Luckey Chapel with Rev. Buck Hillin and Rev. Brooks Johnston officiating.  Burial was in the Harmony Cemetery.

Mr. Caywood had spent most of his life in Rockdale. He was a member of the Church of Christ.  He was born in Milam County on Aug. 3, 1880, to Mr. and Mrs. William Isaac Caywood, both deceased.  A retired rancher he spent most of his life in the Talbott Ridge Community.  He lived in Hereford for one period of about eight years.

He and Miss Carrie Lynch were married in the Talbott Ridge Community in 1905. His wife and two infants preceded him in death.

Surviving are two sons, Grover Caywood of Pagoosa Springs, Colorado, and Johnny R. Caywood of Canoga Park, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Francis Davenport of Houston and Mrs. Eunice Harkey of Rockdale; four brothers, Lee Caywood, Edgar Caywood and Louis Caywood of Rockdale and George Caywood of Beaumont; two sisters, Mrs. Susie Davis of Wichita Falls and Mrs. Lizzie Cotten of Milano.

There are also eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

Pallbearers were F.P. Cotten, Marvin W. Cotten, Bennie Lee Pounders, Jerry Caywood, Hubert Caywood, and George Smith.
(First Husband of Louella Driggers)
Submitted by Bonnie Allen


 Calvin Charlott Chesser
(December 21, 1894-March 16, 1968)
Sherman Democrat
Sunday, March 17, 1968

Calvin C. Chesser
WHITEWRIGHT - Funeral services for Calvin C. Chesser, 73, will be held at 2 p.m., Sunday in Earnheart Funeral Chapel here.
Mr. Chesser, who lived on Whitewright route 2, died at 1:45 a.m., Saturday in a Sherman hospital. Funeral services will be conducted by Rev. Houston Garner, pastor of the Hebron Baptist Church, and Rev. Bob Saylor, pastor of the Kentuckytown Baptist Church. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be; L. A. Watkins, Jr., John C. Chesser, Arnold Henson, Paul Caylor, Houston Darwin and Clyde Slawson.
He was born Dec. 21, 1894 in Fannin County, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Chesser. He married Miss. Vera Box, Sept. 6, 1924 at Ely. He was a member of the Kentuckytown Baptist Church and was a farmer.
Survivors include his wife; three sons, Billy R. Chesser of Garland, Haskell G. Chesser, Sherman and Calvin Chesser, Jr. Whitewright; two daughters, Mrs. O. L. Nicely, Whitewright and Mrs. D. J. Circles of Denison; two brothers, Bennie E. and L. J. Cheser, both of Whitewright; five sisters, Mrs. Clara Morgan, Garland; Mrs. Burno Markert, Denair Calif.; Mrs. Earl Love, Crowell; Miss. Alberta Chesser, Whitewright and Mrs. Leon Bray, Corsicana, and seven grandchildren.
Submitted by Lee Driggers.



 Vera Box Chesser
(January 4, 1910-February 13, 1996)

Sherman Democrat
February 15, 1996
Page: A-8

Vera Chesser
SHERMAN - Graveside services for Vera Chesser, 86, of Sherman, who died Feb.13, 1996, at Integrated Health Services of Texoma, were held at 2 p.m. today at Oak Hill Cemetery. The Rev. Houston Garner officiated. Arrangements were under the direction of Earnheart Funeral Home.
Survivors include three sons, Billy Chesser of Farmersville, Hack Chesser of Sherman and Calvin Chesser, Jr. of Whitewright; two daughters, Ruth Nicely of Whitewright and Elizabeth Cirkles of Denison; a brother, Bill Box of Denison; two sisters, Velma Gist of Tom Bean and Bobbie Kenney of Mesquite; eight grandchildren; and nine great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Lee Driggers

Denison Herald
Thursday, February 15, 1996
Page: 2

Vera Chesser
Vera Chesser, 86-year-old Sherman resident, died Tuesday Feb. 13, 1996, at IHS of Texoma in Sherman.
Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in Oak Hill Cemetery in Whitewright, with the Rev. Houston Garner officiating.
Earnheart Funeral Home in Whitewright has charge of arrangements.
Surviving are her sons, Billy Chesser of Farmersville, Hack Chesser of Sherman and Calvin Chesser Jr. of Whitewright; daughters, Ruth Nicely of Whitewright and Elizabeth Cirkles of Denison; brother, Bill Box of Denison; sisters, Velma Gist of Tom Bean and Bobbie Kenney of Mesquite; eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Lee Driggers



 Elmon Scott Clark
(January 27, 1932-October 27, 1994 )

Elmon "Scotty" Clark

Mr. Elmon "Scotty" Clark, age 62, of Alvin, Texas passed away Thursday, October 27, 1994 in the Alvin Community Hospital. Mr. Clark was born January 27, 1932 in Alvin, Texas and was a lifetime resident of Alvin.
He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Alvin and was employed by Texas Hot Shot Company.
Survivors include his wife, Anna Lee Clark of Alvin; daughters, Cathy Towers of  Lometa, Connie Clark Hupe of Dickinson, Carol Clark of Alvin, Connie Lynn Elliott of Angeleton, Joanna Rohrbacher of Alvin and Teresa Mease of Spring; a brother, Delmar Clark of Alvin; 11 grandchildren and numerous other relatives and friends.
Funeral services were held 10 a.m. Saturday in the Frobery Funeral Home Chapel, 115 North Hill Street in Alvin with the Rev. Dan Amerson, pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Dickinson, officiating. Burial followed in the Confederate Cemetery in Alvin under the direction of the Frobery Funeral Home, Inc., 115 North Hill Street in Alvin.
Pallbearers were Chris Rohrbacher, Charlie Beasley, Kevin Hupe, Frank Mease, Delbert Clark III and Larry Sims.
Submitted by Lee Driggers



 Cora Cordell Noble Cook
(November 24, 1885-August 24, 1970)
Bonham Daily Favorite Newspaper
Tuesday, August 25, 1970

Cora Cook Rites Are Held Tuesday

LEONARD - Funeral services for Mrs. Cora Nordell Noble Cook, 84, were held at the First Presbyterian Church Tuesday afternoon with the Rev. Oran Sigler, pastor, officiation. Burial was in the Grove Hill Cemetery with Wilson directing.

Mrs. Cook died in a Leonard nursing home Monday, Aug. 24, 1970.

She was born Nov. 24, 1885, in  Corinth, Mississippi, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Henry Noble. She married William Kindrick Cook in Leonard in 1911. He preceded her in death Feb. 21, 1967.

Survivors are a son, Noble Cook of Leonard; four grandchildren and one great-grandchild.

Submitted by Lee Driggers.



 Noble Kendrick Cook
(June 25, 1909-December 10, 1994)
The Bonham Daily Favorite
Bonham, Texas
Tuesday, December 13, 1994

NOBLE COOK

BELLS-Graveside services for Noble Cook, age 85, of Bells, Texas were held Monday, Dec. 12, at the Grove Hill Cemetery. Mr. Cook died Saturday, December 10, at the Sam Rayburn Memorial Veterans Center in Bonham.

He was born on June 25, 1909 in the Grove Hill Community. He was the son of Kendrick and Cora Noble Cook. He was a retired cement contractor, Army Veteran of World War II, a Presbyterian, and member of the Leonard American Legion.  He married Lillie Taylor on Dec. 12, 1929 and later married Jessie Crow.

He is survived by four daughters; Alice Simmons of Trinidad, Betty Jones of Maud, Oklahoma, Billie Brown of Grand Prairie, and Ava Turman of Southmayd. Seven grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.

The family was at Taylor Funeral Home Sunday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Submitted by Lee Driggers.



 William Kendrick Cook
December 13, 1883-February 21, 1967)

Bonham Daily Favorite Newspaper
February 22, 1967

W.K. Cook Dies At Leonard

LEONARD (Spl) - William Kindrick Cook, 83, retired farmer, died in a Leonard rest home Tuesday, Feb. 21, 1967. He had been in declining health some time.

Funeral services will be held at the Grove Hill Methodist Church at 3 p.m. Thursday with the Rev. Oran Sigler, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Leonard, and Ottis Proffitt, Church of Christ minister Whitesboro, officiating. Interment will be in the Grove Hill cemetery, Wilson Funeral home directing.

Mr. Cook was born Dec. 12, 1883, at Grove Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson Cook. He married Cora Cordell Noble, Feb. 12, 1908, in Leonard.   He was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian church.

Survivors are his widow; a son, Noble Cook of Leonard; four grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.  The family will be at the funeral home between 7 and 8 p.m. tonight.
Active pallbearers will be Harold Sikes, Neel Berry, Bob Crow, Richard Thornton, Sam Crow and A. L. McMurray.

Submitted by Lee Driggers.


 
Homer Granada Cozby
(September 16, 1919-May 19, 1994)

May 20, 1994
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 29
MINERAL WELLS - Homer Granada Cozby, a retired postal service worker, died Thursday at his home in Mineral Wells. He was 74.
Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Baum-Carlock-Baumgarder Funeral Home. Burial will be in Carlton Cemetery, west of Hico. Graveside military rites will be provided by Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Mr. Cozby was born in Fields, N.M.
He was an Army Air Forces veteran and served with the 25th Fighter Squadron in the China, Burma, India Theater. He was a member of the Flying Tigers Association and the American Association of Retired Persons. He was a former member of the Civilian Conservation Corps and a liftime member of the Stephenville Veterans of Foreign Wars.
Mr. Cozby graduated from Carlton High School in 1939 and wrote a history of Carlton.
Survivors: Wife, Christine Cozby of Mineral Wells; son, James Wright of Seguin; two daughters, Jessie Teddlie of Hurst and Levenia Lucatorta of Bowie; two sisters, Irene Koonsman of Stephenville and Grace Hill of Encatais, Calif.; four grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Dale F. Danielson
(May 14, 1922 - March 15, 1994)

Eau Claire Leader-Telegram
March 16, 1994

Dale F. Danielson, 71, of Spring Valley, Wisconsin, died Tuesday, March 15, 1994 at St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minnesota.

Dale was born May 14, 1922, to Victor and Olga Danielson in St. Croix County. He lived all his life in Spring Valley, except while serving with the United States Army in the 32nd Division in the South Pacific during World War II.

June 5, 1945 he married Vivian Berman at Breckenridge, Texas. Three children were born to this union, Gary, Shelley and Lisa.

He worked for Madson Lumber Company in Spring Valley for many years. Dale owned and operated Oak-Dale Hardwood Products in Spring Valley for twenty seven years.

Survivors include his wife, Vivian of Spring Valley; two daughters, Shelley ( Dean ) Aamodt of Menomonie, Wisconsin and Lisa ( Steve ) Schneider of Black River Falls, Wisconsin; four grandchildren, Sally and Jake Schneider and Eric and Siri Aamodt.

He was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Gary; two brothers, James and Earl.

Funeral services will be at 11:00 a.m. Friday at St. John's Lutheran Church in Spring Valley with the Reverend Keith Holste officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery
Submitted by Sharon James


 Gary Victor Danielson
(December 21, 1950-~ August 2, 1967)

A tragic car accident took the life of Gary Danielson, 16, of Spring Valley Wisconsin last week, Wednesday night. He was accompanied by Jack Hannack, Dennis Kado, Severe and Peter Docter and Craig Nelson, none of whom were hurt.

Gary was driving the car when it reportedly went out of control on a curve on CTH N, seven miles northeast of Ellsworth as they were returning home from a church softball tournament in which they had participated.

The car left the road, glanced off a tree and rolled over, coming to rest on its top. The boys in the front seat reportedly had their seat belts on and fastened.

Gary's death was attributed to severe head injuries.

Gary Victor Danielson was born to Dale and Vivian ( Berman ) Danielson, December 21, 1950 at Mineral Wells, Texas. At the age of one month, he came with his parents to Spring Valley Wisconsin, where he lived the rest of his life.

His church membership was at the St. John's Lutheran Church, Spring Valley, where he was baptized by the Reverend Carsten Smeby and confirmed by the Reverend David J. Campbell.

He would have been a junior in Spring Valley High School this fall. He had worked at Crystal Cave as a guide for the past three years.

Gary's death came suddenly Wednesday evening, August 2, 1967, when the car he was driving swerved and overturned in El Paso township.

Preceding him in death were his grandfathers, Victor Danielson and Dave Berman.

Surviving him are; his parents; two sisters, Shelley and Lisa both at home; his grandmothers, Mrs. Olga Stene, Forest, Wisconsin, and Mrs. O.O. McCray, Graford, Texas; several aunts, uncles, cousins and other more distant relatives and friends.

Funeral services were conducted Saturday, August 5, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Spring Valley with the Reverend Ronald Leslie officiating in absence of Reverend John Friedli. Interment was in St. John's Lutheran Cemetery.

Pallbearers were; Dennis Kado, Jack Hannack, Gary Korbel, Charles Arneson, Roger Olson and Douglas Lamb. Honorary pallbearers were; Craig Nelson, John Wenum, Peter Docter, Severe Docter, Rodney Vorlicek, Donald Fast, Bill Richardson and Greg Kado
Submitted by Sharon James



 Clara Marcella Davis
(Dec. 16, 1907-May 25, 1987)
The Tulia Herald
28 May 1987

CLARA DAVIS

    Clara Marcella Davis, 78, died at 1:55 a.m. Monday in Central Plains Regional Hospital in Plainview after a lengthy illness.
    Services were at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the First Assembly of God with Rev. Renay Rice, Pastor, and Rev. Ralph Staggs, Pastor of the First Assembly
of God in Memphis, Texas, officiating.  Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery under the direction of Wallace Funeral Home.
    She was born Clara Marcella Brinkley on December 16, 1908 in Weatherford, Texas.  She married Jack Forrest Morse on November 12, 1938, in Dill, Oklahoma and he died July 18, 1965.  She later married Earl Davis on February 15, 1979 in Tulia.  She came to Swisher County in 1956 from Leonard, Texas.  She was a member of the Church of God.
    She is survived by her husband of Tulia; one son, Billy Jack Morse of Tulia; two step-daughters, Rita Burns of Fort Worth and Darlene McDaniels of Conroe; three step-sons, Bennnie Davis of Fort Worth, Jimmy Davis of Plainview and Glen Davis of Tulia; two sisters, Lila Duncan of Lawton, Oklahoma and Helen Green of Leonard; two brothers, Bill Brinkley of Lawton, Oklahoma and Jewel Brinkley of Kress, eleven grandchildren and six great grandchildren.
    Pallbearers were H. L. Rowell, Jr., Joe Lavender, Jessie Mason, Louie Edwards, Damasus Castillo and Vince Black.
(Clara Marcella Brinkley, dau of Reece Lawrence Brinkley and Martha Lula Driggers)
Submitted by Zoe Smith (Swisher Co, TX Volunteer


 Earl Ervin Davis
(Jan. 23, 1916-Oct. 20, 1987)
The Tulia Herald
October 22, 1987

EARL DAVIS

    Earl Davis, 71, died at 7:55 a.m. Tuesday at the Heritage Home in Plainview after a lengthy illness.
    Services were at 4 p.m. Thursday in the First Assembly of God with Rev. Mike McDaniels, pastor of the First Assembly of God in Conroe, and Rec. Renay Rice, pastor of the First Assembly of God in Tulia, officiating.
Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery under the direction of Wallace Funeral Home.
    He was born on January 23, 1916 in Grasonia, Arkansas.  He married Essie Bryant on December 23, 1937 in Bonham, Texas and she died January 7, 1972.
He later married Clara Marcella Brinkley on February 15, 1979 in Tulia and she died May 25, 1987.  He came to Swisher County in 1954 from Fannin County and was a farmer and had retired as maintenance employee in the Tulia Public Schools.  He was a member of the First Assembly of God.
    He is survived by two daughters, Rita Burns of Fort Worth and Darlene McDaniels of Conroe; thrree sons, Bennie Davis of Fort Worth, Jimmie Davis of Plainview and Glan Davis of Tulia; one stepson, Billy Jack Morse of
Tulia; two sisters, Flora Flanagan of Planon and Maynell Corbitt of Sherman; four brothers, Roy Ellison of Corsicana, Clark Ellison and Eugene Ellison, both of Bells and Ira Lee Ellison of Pottsboro; nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
    Pallbearers were Elbert Hembree, Edd Shelton, Woody Spencer, Rusty Love, Joe Lavender and Lloyd Kirkland.
(Second husband of Clara Marcella Brinkley)
Submitted by Zoe Smith (Swisher Co, TX Volunteer


 Geraldine Alberta  Dick
(May 29, 1930-June 24, 1992)

Galveston Daily News
Thursday, June 25, 1992 Pg 4A

Galveston--Geraldine (Jerry) A. Dick of Galveston died June 24, 1992 at 1:50 p.m. at her residence in Galveston.

Memorial services to be held on Friday, June 26, 1992 at 4:00 p.m. in the Memorial Room of the Broadway Funeral Home with Rabbi James Kessler, Eulogy by Neil Nathan and  Barry Raskin.

 Born May 29, 1930, in Jay County, Indiana, Mrs. Dick was a former buyer of Children Department at Nathans, office administrator of Nathan Agency of American National Insurance Company.

Survivors include her husband, George Dick of Galveston; mother Lenora Johnson of Domestic, Ind; son, Terry Henson of Santa Clara, Calfornia; sisters, Shirley Orr of Knightstown, Ind., and Sharon Beechler of Bluffton, Ind.; daughter-in-law, Edith Henson of Galveston; two grandsons, Jerry and Andy Henson and one granddaughter, Maren Henson of Santa Clara, California and several nieces and nephews and other relatives.  She was preceded in death by her son Jerry Henson.

Memorials may be sent to the American Cancer Society and Hospice of Galveston County, Inc., Galveston, Texas.

Broadway Funeral Home
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Henry Marshall Dixon
(August 2, 1906-November 3, 1992)

Lampasas Dispatch Record
Thursday, November 5, 1992
Page 9

Mr. Dixon

Funeral services for Henry Marshall Dixon, 86, of Kempner will be held at 10 a.m., Friday in the Briggs-Gamel-Wislon Funeral Home Chapel with Minister Tim Atchison officiating, assisted by Vonnie Tucker.

Burial will follow in the Kempner City Cemetery.

Mr. Dixon died Tuesday in the Olin E. Teague V.A. Center in Temple.

Born Aug. 2, 1906, in Burnet County, he was a lifetime resident of Lampasas County. He married Ila Bertie Smith on Nov. 21, 1933, in Lampasas. Mr. Dixon was a retired transportation superintendent for the Lampasas Independent School District, a member of the Broad Street Church of Christ and a veteran of the U. S. Air Force in World War II.

Survivors include his wife of Rumley; three daughters, Marie Cheatham of Studio City, Calif., Shirley Ann Shelburn of San Antonio and Evelyn Sue Broom of Rumley; two sisters, Janie Lang of Lampasas and Bernice Hamilton of Lampasas; four granddaughters, Marsha French, Jana Broom, Leanne Nava and Staci Henserling; three grandsons, Mark Broom, John Broom and Paul Shelburn; and four great-grandchildren, Shaelyn Broom, Victor Nava III, Shawn Nava and Samantha Long.

Grandsons will serve as pallbearers.  Family visitation will be tonight from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Briggs-Gamel-Wilcox Chapel.

Briggs-Gamel-Wilcox Funeral Directors is in charge of all
arrangements.
 (Armstrong)
Submitted by Lee Driggers.


 Clinton Durham
(August 11, 1925-July 06, 1994)

July 08, 1994
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram

MINERAL WELLS - Clenton Millard "Bud"  Durham , a welder, died Wednesday in Mineral Wells. He was 68.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. today at Baum-Carlock-Bumgardner Funeral Home in Mineral Wells. Burial will be in Willow Pond Cemetery in Palo Pinto County.
Mr.  Durham was born in Waurika, Okla., and had lived in Mineral Wells since 1948.
He was a Baptist.
Survivors: Three sons, Clinton Ray  Durham of Lubbock, James William  Durham of Benbrook and Danny  Durham of Mineral Wells; two daughters, Sandra Leatherwood and Linda Newman, both of Mineral Wells; three sisters, Christene Cozby and Mary Wilhite, both of Mineral Wells, and Florence Franks of Walters, Okla.; five grandchildren; and companion, Leona Cummins of Mineral Wells.
Gilbert Nelson
(son of Lela Milanda Fulfer Durham)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Lela Milinda Durham
(Oct 24, 1888-August 27, 1970)

Funeral services for Mrs. Lela Milinda Durham, 81, 913 SE 11th Avenue, who died at 4:00 a.m., August 27, 1970, at her home, will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday in the Baum-Carlock-Bumgardner Funeral Chapel. Reverend W. A. Henager will officiate at the services.

Interment will be in Willow Pond Cemetery.

Born October 24, 1888 in Leonard, Texas, she was the daughter of the late William Riley and Mrs. Margaret Helen ( Driggers ) Fulfer.

She was married to John William Durham, March 28, 1907 in Leonard, Texas. He died May 29, 1967.

The Durhams had lived in Mineral Wells, TX since 1948.

She was a member of the Freewill Baptist Church.

Survivors include two sons; James William Durham, Wichita Falls, TX and Clinton Millard Durham, Mineral Wells, three daughters; Mrs. Florence Franks of Walters, Oklahoma, Mrs. Christine Rogers of Mineral Wells and Mrs. Mary Brian, also of Mineral Wells, two brothers; Henry Fulfer of Greenbriar, Arkansas, Fred Fulfer of Mineral Wells, three sisters; Mrs. Jack Fleishman of Tyler, Texas, Mrs. Jim McCray of Longview, Texas and Willie Fulfer of Albuquerque, New Mexico.; thirteen grandchildren and several great grandchildren.

Pallbearers were; Michael Bohl, W.D. Gober, Raymond Jones, Jimmie Rogers, Floyd M. Cox, Jr. and Raymond Penn.
Submitted by Sharon James


 Janie Josephine Edmondson
(May 25, 1909-May 20, 1960)


Houston Post
May 22, 1960
section D, pg. 25

Mrs. Janie Josephine Edmondson, 50, of 622 Hahlo St. died Saturday. Survivors; sisters, Mrs. Johnnie Everett, Mrs. Stella Ramsey, both of Houston; father, George Carver, Rockdale; brothers, Harvey Carver, Rockdale, Earl Carver, Leroy Carver, James Carver, all of Houston. Services 3:30 p.m. Monday Earthman Chapel. Burial in Forest Park Cemetery. Earthman Funerals, 2420 Fannin St., Capitol 3-4541
Submitted by Gena Forsyth


 Richard E. Edmundson
(@1901-February 25, 1948)

Heart Attack Fatal To R. E. Edmonson

EDINBURG - Richard E. Edmondson, 47, superintendent of transportation for the Valley Transit Co. here, died suddenly at work Wednesday afternoon of a heart attack.


A native of Chico, he had lived in Edinburg for the past five years.  He had been an employee of the local bus company since it was organized in 1942, starting as a driver.


He is survived by his wife, two sons, B. J. of Corpus Christi and R. E., a student at Texas Tech in Lubbock.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Lockie Lottie Edwards
 (April 26, 1875-January 9, 1957)
Dallas Time Herald
January 10, 1957

BENJAMIN, Mrs. Lottie Lockie passed away Wednesday.

Survived by 4 sons, R. S., Albert, P. L. and Earl Driggers, Dallas. Daughters, Mrs Roy Henslee, Fort Worth, Mrs. Beulah Henson, Mrs. C.C. Huddleston, Mrs. Jackie Prince, Dallas; sister, Lu _    Waddle, Norman, Okla.; 58 grandchildren, 83 great grandchildren, and 7 great-great-grandchildren.

Arrangements pending, Camp Funeral Home
(wife of David Milton Driggers)
Submitted by Lee  Driggers


 
Edna Myrtle Driggers Evans
(May 14, 1894-December 30, 1985)

OBITUARY
CLEBURNE:  EDNA EVANS Funeral services for Mrs. Edna Myrtle Driggers Evans,  91, 515 Woodard, will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Crosier-Pearson Funeral  Home Chapel. The Rev. Dewayne Finley will officiate and burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery.  Pallbearers will be Jim Boatright, Jim Gibson, Rex
Pritchard, J. C. Barnett, Frank Scholz and Joe Grimm.   Mrs. Evans died Monday at Memorial Hospital. She was born May 14, 1894, in Bonham. She was the daughter of the Rev E. J. Driggers and Celia Bookout and was a former resident of Mr. Pleasant.  She was a homemaker and a member of the College Heights Baptist Church.  She is survived by a son, Billy L. Evans of Groveland, Calif.; three daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Ault and Mrs. Mildred Jones, both of Cleburne,  and Mrs. Marie Gates of Poteet; four grandchildren,  12 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Submitted by Lee  Driggers



 Frank E. Everett
(July 24, 1915-May 2. 1991)
Saturday, May 4, 1991
Byran-College Station Eagle

Gravesite services for Frank E. Everett, 75, of Byran will be at 1  pm today at Rest-Ever Memorial Park in Byran.
Monsignor John Malinowski of St. Anthony's Catholic Church will officiate.
Arrangements are by Memorial Funeral Chapel in Byran.
Mr. Everett died Thursday night in Houston after a long illness. (Cancer)
He was born in Franklin, moved to Byran in 1975 and retired after 17 years as a self-employed carpenter.
Mr. Everett was a member of the Knights of Columbus and St. Anthony's Church. He served in the US Army during WWII.
Survivors include his wife Rose Everett of Byran, two sons; Billie Joe Everett of Arlington and Frank Everett Jr. of Conroe, four daughters; Doris Waldtrip of the Woodlands, Jean Wiggins of Houston, Alice Brown of Magnolia and Linda Mills of Pasadena, his brothers Otis Everett of Livingston; two sisters, Nora Jane Reeves and Stella Mae Langston, both of Pasadena; 20 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren.
(Johnnie Carver Everett husband)
Submitted by  Vanessa DeShazer


 Leroy Felder
(November 07, 1923-May 25, 2000)

Saturday, May 27, 2000
Odessa American
Permian Basin Death Notices
Saturday, May 27, 2000

Leroy Felder

ANDREWS - Leroy Felder, 76, of Sherman, a retired youth recreation director, died Thursday, May 25, 2000, in I.H.S. Texoma Nursing Facility in Sherman.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at First Baptist Church with the Revs. Phillip Golden and Randy Gunter officiating. Arrangements by McNett Funeral Home.

He was born in Fort Worth and moved to Andrews in 1971 from Dennison. He was a Marine Corps veteran of World War II. He was Baptist.

SURVIVORS: Son, Stephen Felder of Sherman; daughters, Lynn Moore of Sherman and Dusty Fields of Clear Lake, Calif.; seven grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

Submitted by  Vanessa DeShazer


 Viola Roxine Jennings Felder
(March 18, 1929-November 03, 1995)

ODESSA AMERICAN
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5 1995

Viola Felder
Andrews--Viola "Roxine" Felder, 66, a homemaker, died Friday, November 3, 1995, in Andrews Nursing Center.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the First Baptist church in Andrews with the Revs. H. A. Hanks, Randy Gurter and Phillip Golden officiating.

Burial will be in Andrews Cemetery.  Funeral Arrangements by McNett Funeral Home.

She was born in Greenville and was a longtme resident of Andrews.  She was a Baptist.

Survivors; Husband, Leroy Felder of Andrews; son, Stephen Felder of Sherman; D of Ronert Park, Calif; brother, Jerry Gleen Jennings of Baird; seven grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

Submitted by  Vanessa DeShazer


 Octava Loree Fanagan
(Jan. 14, 1918 -Oct. 25, 1977)
 

Her obituary is in the Weatherford Public Library Obituary Index.
Weatherford Democrat 10-26-77
OCTAVA LOREE FLANAGAN

Death Index:Flanagin

Octava Loree Flanagan, 59, of 624 Eureka St., died Tuesday in a Fort Worth hospital.  She was born Jan. 14, 1918, in Fannin County, and had lived in Weatherford 25 years.

She was a member of the North Side Baptist Church.

Survivors include her husband, Paul Ray; one son, Jay Flanagin, Weatherford; and three sisters, Mrs. W. H. Earp, Pampa; Mrs. L. D. Vaughn,  Anson and Mrs. Melvin Vojkufka, Weinart.

Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday in the Cotten-Bratton Funeral Chapel with burial in Weinart Cemetery, Weinert, Texas. Cotten-Bratton is in charge of arrangements.

(Daughter of James Anderson and Nova Mae Owens Driggers)
Submitted by Lee  Driggers


Clara Jetta "Millie" Fleishman 
(March 17, 1902 - July 16, 1976)

Funeral services for Mrs. Millie Fleishman, 74, of 2500 West Erwin, Tyler, Texas are set for 3:30 p.m. Monday at Lloyd James Funeral Home chapel with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery.

Mrs. Fleishman died Friday in a Tyler hospital.

She was a native of Rush Springs, Oklahoma and had lived in Tyler for thirty nine years.

Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Dorothy McCray of Tyler, and several nieces and nephews.

Pallbearers will be A. R. Mallard, Bill Tate, Quentin Lockett, Clay Lockett, Ray Thurman and Gaston McKinney
Submitted by Sharon James


 Jack Fleishman
(December 15, 1895 - October 13, 1964)

The Tyler Courier-Times
Tuesday, October 13, 1964
P. 12 Section 1

Jack Fleishman Dies In Tyler

Jack Fleishman, 68, owner of the Town House Restaurant, died at 8:10 a.m. today in a Tyler hospital after a short illness.

Services for Mr. Fleishman are pending at the Lloyd James Funeral Home.

Mr. Fleishman, of 2500 West Erwin, came to East Texas in 1931, and lived at Arp. He moved to Tyler in 1946.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Millie Fleishman of Tyler; two brothers  and three sisters.
Submitted by Lee Driggers

The Tyler Courier-Times
Wednesday, October 14, 1964
p. 10 Section 1

Jack Fleishman Rites Thursday

Funeral services for Jack Fleishman, 68, who died Tuesday, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at Lloyd James Funeral Chapel.

Rabbi Harvey E. Wessel of Temple Beth El will officiate.

Military graveside services will be conducted at Rose Hill Cemetery.

Mr. Fleishman, owner of the Town House Restaurant resided at 2500 West Erwin. He died at 8:10 a.m. Tuesday in a Tyler hospital after a short illness. He had been a resident of East Texas since 1931 when he moved to Arp. He resided there until moving to Tyler in 1946.

Mr. Fleishman was a lifetime member of the American Legion and was a member of the Legion's 40 & 8, was president of the Tyler Elks Club, a member of the Rotary Club and the Restaurant Association.

The family has requested that memorials be in the form of gifts to the Heart Fund or to any charity.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Millie Fleishman of Tyler; two brothers and three sisters.

Pallbearers are W. R. (Billy) Newman, Carl Madsen, Lynn Ray, J. B. Murray, W. I. (Bill) Parker, J. C. Estes, Paul W. Jackson and James
Ingram.
Submitted by Lee Driggers

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 Clarence Redford Fulfer
(Nov. 16, 1921-March 20, 1982)
Wichita Falls Times
March 1982

Clarence Fulfer

     Iowa Park (Special)- Clarence Redford Fulfer, 60, was found dead Saturday at his Wichita Falls home.

     Arrangements are under the direction of Tanner-Aulds Funeral Home of Iowa Park.

     Fulfer was born November 16, 1921 in Rush Springs, Okla.   He was an oil field worker and married Jerri Goolsby November 30, 1946 in Wichita Falls.

He had lived in Wichita Falls for 20 years.

    Survivors include his wife, seven brothers, O.L., Charles, Bobby, and John W., all of Kamay, Texas, W.H. of Iowa Park, Robert of Shamrock, Texas, and Jerry of Wichita Falls; and four sisters, Pearl Young of Nice, Calif., Betty Glasglow of Kamay, Helen Wilson of Wichita Falls, and Shirley Sadberry of
Holliday, Texas.
Submitted by Gena Forsyth


 Faye B. Byrant Fulfer
(October 04, 1924-June 02, 1989)
Odessa American
June 4, 1989

Graveside Services for Faye Fulfer, 64, 206 W. 47th St., are scheduled for 10 a.m. Monday at Sunset Memorial Gardens with the Rev. Rob Mortinson officiating.
Mrs. Fulfer died Friday at her residence after a lengthy illness.  She was born Oct. 4, 1924, in Rochester, Texas.  She married, Oliver F. Fulfer, March 6, 1943, in Mineral Wells.
Mrs. Fulfer moved to Odessa in 1965 from Jal, N. M.
Survivors include her husband; one son, Henry Wayne Fulfer of Odessa; four daughters; Deloris Jean Simms and Frances Marie Sutton both of Lubbock, Sandra Faye Burns and Penny Evans both of Odessa; three sisters, Lorene Carnes of Hawley, Dorothy Claiborne of Millsap and Merlene Craig of Idaho Palls, Idaho; two brothers; Bill Byrant of Anto and Jim Byrant of Brazos; 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
Frank W. Wilson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
(wife of Oliver Frances Fulfer
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Fred Adams Sr. Fulfer
(Sept. 15, 1896-Aug. 3, 1974)

Services for Fred Fulfer, 77, who died Saturday, August 3, 1974 in Woods Convalescent Center in Iowa Park, Texas were at 2:30 p.m., Monday at Tanner-Aulds Funeral Home with the Reverend Jimmy Johnson and the Reverend Bill Norman officiating.

Burial was in Highland Cemetery.

A retired brick layer, Fulfer moved to Iowa Park four years ago from Mineral Wells, Texas. He was born September 15, 1896, in Snyder, Oklahoma.

Survivors include nine sons; Clarence R. and Jerry, both of Wichita Falls, W.H.. and Jonny, both of Iowa Park, O.L., Charles, Bobby and Robert D. all of Kamay, Texas, and Fred Adams Jr. of Throckmorton, Texas, four daughters; Mrs. Helen Newman of Iowa Park, Mrs. Betty Glasgow of Kamay, Mrs. Shirley Sadberry of Holliday, Texas and Mrs. Pearl Young, of Nice, California; two sisters, Mrs. Jack Fleishman of Tyler, Texas and Mrs. Jim McCray of Warren, Arkansas; fifty grandchildren and fifteen great grandchildren.

Pallbearers will be grandsons, James and John Jacks and Larry, Doyle, Delton and Carl Fulfer

Note:Nessa,
I'm a little confused on this one...the obit says he was born in 1896 in Snyder, Oklahoma but all the other info I have says 1897 in Milam, County, Texas????
Submitted by Sharon James


 Fred Adams Jr. Fulfer
(May 23, 1925-January 03, 1982)

Wichita Fall Times
Jan. 4, 1982

Fred Fulfer

     Iowa Park (Special)-Fred "Fat" Fulfer, 56, of Throckmorton, Texas, died Sunday in a Wichita Falls hospital.

    Arrangements are under the direction of Tanner-Aulds Funeral Home.

    He was born May 23, 1925, in Mineral Wells, Texas.  He had been a resident of Throckmorton County about 11 years.  He was reared in the Iowa Park and Valley View area.  He was an oil field pumper and a Baptist.
   Survivors include his wife, Jewel of Henrietta, Texas; five sons, Johnny Lee of Throckmorton, Doyle and Carl, both of Kamay, and Calvin of Kilgore, Texas; a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Jackson of Throckmorton; eight brothers,
O.L., Charles, Bobby and John W., all of Kamay, Reyford, Jerry, and Sonny, all of Wichita Falls, and Robert of Shamrock, Texas; four sisters, Mrs. Pearl Young of Nice, Calif., Mrs. Betty Glasglow of Kamay, Mrs. Helen Wilson
of Wichita Falls, and Mrs. Shirley Sadberry of Holliday; and eight grandchildren.

    The family will be at 1614 Lucille in Wichita Falls.
Submitted by Gena Forsyth


 Henry Howard Fulfer
(October 26, 1890-August 26, 1970)

Log Cabin Democrat
September 3, 1970

H. H. Fulfer Dies; Funeral Friday

Henry H. Fulfer, 79, of Rt. 1, Greenbrier, died Wednesday (Aug. 26, 1970). A farmer, he lived in Arkansas since 1948.

Mr. Fulfer was born Oct. 26, 1890, in Bonham, Tex., a son of Margaret Driggers and William Riley Fulfer. In 1925 he married the former Millie Wright, who survives.

He was a member of Soda Valley Free Will Baptist Church.

Survivors also include five sons, Oliver Fulfer of Odessa, Tex., Travis Fulfer of Jacksonville, Larry and Troy Fulfer, both of Cabot, and Coy Fulfer of
the home; eight daughters, Mrs. Ray Tucker of Santa Anna, Tex., Mrs. R. L. Brawley of Wichita Falls, Tex., Mrs. Billy Davenport of Houston, Tex., Mrs. Gene Wright of Cabot, Mrs. Daniel Gray of Kansas City, Kan., Mrs. Don Hunt and Mrs. Billy Payne, both of Little Rock, and Mrs. Jimmie Graham of Greenbrier; 24 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

The Rev. Clyde Coleman conducted funeral services Friday at McNutt Chapel.  Burial was in Crestlawn Memorial Park.

Pallbearers were Faber Hall, George Ed Hall, Farrel Graham, Eddie Graham, Gary Reynolds and Edward Roberts.
Submitted by Lee Driggers


 J. S. FULFER
(JOSIAH S. FULFER)
(January 13, 1835-March 17, 1921)
Taylor County, Texas 1921
MAN 86 YEARS OLD DIED HERE THURSDAY
J. S. Fulfer; age 86 years; who died at the home of his grandson, C. S. Parker (Samuel Parker) in 936 Jennetle? street at 8 o'clock Thursday morning was buried at Potosi Friday afternoon. Mr. Fulfer had lived here with his grandson for about ten years.
Submitted by Lee Driggers


 Margaret  Fulfer
(Aug. 17, 1872-Feb. 06, 1961)

 MINERAL WELLS DAILY INDEX NEWSPAPER

Mrs. M. H. Fulfer's
Funeral Thursday

    Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret H Fulfer, 90, who had resided at 802 SE 7th Street will be conducted Thursday at 10:00 A. M. at Baum Carlock Funeral Home Chapel with, the Rev. Tommie M Bouchard,  pastor of First Christian Church officiating. Burial will be in Elmwod Cemetery and grandsons will be pallbearers.
    Mrs. Fulfer who was born August 6, 1970 in Bonham had been a resident of  Mineral Wells for 40 years. Her husband,  William R. Fulfer preceded her in death
about a year ago. The couple was married in Bonham June 15 1885. Mrs. Fulfer was a member of the Christian Church.
    Survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Lena Durham and Mrs. Dorothy McCray both of Mineral Wells, Mrs. Jack Fleishman of Tyler, and Mrs. Billie Jarone of Brentwood, Illinois; three sons, Henry Fulfer of Greenbriar, Arkanas and Fred and Harry Fulfer, both of Mineral Wells; 65 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren.
(Margaret Helen Cecelia Driggers)
Submitted by Lee  Driggers


 Mrs. Fred Fulfer
(Sept.15, 1900-Aug. 20, 1950)

Wichita Daily News
August 21, 1950

Fulfer Services Held At Kamay

     Funeral services for Mrs. Fred Fulfer, 49, of Valley View, mother of 13 children who died in a Wichita Falls hospital Sunday, were held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Assembly of God Church at Kamay, with Rev. Aaron Wall, pastor, officiating.

     Burial was in the Iowa Park Cemetery under the direction of the Owens & Brumley Funeral Home of Wichita Falls.
    A resident of Wichita Falls for 17 years, Mrs. Fulfer is survived by her husband; nine sons, C.R. Fulfer of Electra, F.A. of Kamay, Charles Ray, O.L., B.G., J.W., W.H., R.D., and J.D. all of Valley View; four daughters, Mrs. W.D. Young of South Fork, Calif., Mrs. R.E. Glasgow, Miss Helen Fulfer and Miss Shirley Fulfer of Valley View; three brothers, O.L. Fields and J.W. Fields of Comanche, Okla., and P.M. Fields of Okla. City; five sisters, Mrs. Mary Battenfield of Comanche, Okla., Mrs. Ada Ward of Waurika, Okla., Mrs. Annie Crabb of Ringling, Okla., Mrs. Dan Sellers of Duncan, Okla., Mrs. Fred Sharp of Comanche, Okla., and nine grandchildren.
Submitted by Gena Forsyth


 Oliver Francis Fulfer
(March 22, 1921-October 30, 1996)

Odessa American
October 31, 1976

Odessa--Oliver "Slim" Fulfer, 75, died Wednesday, Oct 30, 1996, at his residence.  He was born  March 22, 1921, in Palo Pinto County, TX. He married Faye Byrant, March 6, 1943 in Mineral Wells, Texas.
Services will be at 4 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, 1996, at Sunset Memorial Gardens with Chaplin Jessie Hutcheson officiating.  Arrangements by Frank W. Wilson Funeral Directors.
Mr. Fulfer moved to Odessa in 1965 from Jal, N.M.  He was a retired mechanic from Jones Brothers Dirt and Paving.
He is preceded in death by his wife, Faye Fulfer.
Mr. Fulfer is survived by a son; Henry Wayne Fulfer of Odessa; daughters, penny Evans of Odessa, Jean Sims of Lubbock, Frances Marie  Sutton of Lubbock and Sandra Faye Burns of Hobbs, N.M., sister; Sis Tucker of Valard, Texas, and Betty Moist of Washington; 14 grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren.
(son of Henry Howard Fulfer and Sarah Ann Tirrell)
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Sharron Ann Moore Fulfer
(Sept. 19, 1943-Feb. 19, 1990)

Ann Fulfer
IOWA PARK - Sharron Ann Fulfer 46 died Monday at her home in Iowa Park.

Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Highland Cemetery with the Rev. Mark Mitchell, pastor of First Baptist Church of Kamay and the Rev. Carl Kent, pastor of Pleasant Valley Baptist Chruch, officiating.

 Services are under the direction of Dutton-Tanner-Aulds Funeral Home.   

Fulfer was born Sept. 19, 1943 in Fort Worth and had lived in Iowa
Park since 1972 moving from Valley View. She was a member of Grace Baptist Church. She and W. H. "Sonny" Fulfer were married Nov. 10, 1962 in Archer City, Texas. She was a bus driver for the Iowa Park Independent School District.   

Survivors include her husband; two sons, Arron Lynn and Brian Neal, both of Iowa Park; a daughter, Kimberly Ann Britt of Iowa Park; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Moore of Fort Worth; two brothers, Gene Moore of Azle and Jack Moore of Fort Worth; a sister, Wanda Luety of Fort Worth; and four grandchildren.
Submitted by Lee  Driggers


 William Riley Fulfer
(Oct 11, 1865-January 11, 1960)

Wm. R. Fulfer dies; funeral service Wednesday
William R. Fulfer, 94, a resident of Mineral Wells since 1921, died at his home 802 SD 7th Street, Monday at 10:10 P.M. following a long illness.
Funeral Services will be conducted Thursday at 10:00 A.M. at Calvary Baptist Church and burial will be in Elmwood Cemetery with Paum-Carlock Funeral Home directing.
Fulfer was born in Commerce October 11, 1865, and had resided in Texas all of his life. He was a retired farmer. He and the former Margaret Driggers were married October 11, 1886 at Commerce and she survives him.
Besides Mrs. Fulfer, survivors are four daughters, Mrs. Lela Durham and Mrs. Dorothy McCray, both of Mineral Wells; Mrs Jack Fleishman of Tyler, and Mrs. Billie Jaron of Chicago; three sons, H. H. Fulfer of Greenbrier, Arkansas and Fred and Harry Fulfer both of Mineral Wells, 36 grandchildren and 44 great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Sharon James



 Margaret Leona " Lanor" Shull Driggers Fuller  
(May 30, 1915-September 05, 1987)

Manteca Bulletin
Sunday, September 6, 1987

Leona M. Fuller

Services will be held Wednesday for Leona M. Fuller who died Saturday at Doctors Hospital of Manteca. She was 72.

A native of Arizona, she lived in the Lathrop area for 30 years. She was a member of the Pentalpha Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star 339.

She is survived by her husband, Al Fuller, of Lathrop, one son, Larry Fuller, of Lathrop; and one daughter, Annette Silva of Richmond; she is also survived by a sister, Ethel Ferrcina of Arizona, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She is proceeded in death by a son, Leroy Driggers and a daughter, Margaret Lancaster.

Services will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at P. L. Fry and Son Funeral Home. Visitation will be Monday from 1 p.m.  to 6 p.m. and Tuesday 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the funeral home. Committal will be at Parkview Cemetery.  
Submitted by Vanessa Deshazer


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Bessie Blanche Rhoades Grantham  
(Sep. 28, 1895-Feb. 27, 1994)
February 28, 1994
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 11
Obituary:
FINAL EDITION Bessie B. Grantham GRAHAM - Bessie Blanche Grantham, a homemaker, died Saturday at a Graham nursing home. She was 98.
Memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Morrison Funeral Home in Graham. Burial will be in Pioneer Cemetery in Graham.
Mrs. Grantham was born in Kemper. She was a member of Loving Highway Church of Christ. She was a Young County Resident for 80 years.
She was the widow of Charlie Grantham.
Survivors: Daughter, Evaline Middleton of Graham; four grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and 11 great-great-grandchildren.
ARMSTRONG
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer


 Charles Culberson Grantham
(October 11, 1895-May 27, 1974)

Graham Newspaper
Rites Held For Mr. Grantham

Funeral service for Mr. Charlie Grantham, 78, retired pumper, of 1318 Third Street, were conducted 3:30 p.m., Wednesday in Morrison Funeral Home Chapel.

Dwayne Spradlin, minister of Loving Highway Church of Christ, officiated and burial was in Pioneer Cemetery with arrangements under the direction of Morrison Funeral Home.

Mr. Grantham died May 27 in the Olney Hospital following illness.

He was born Oct. 11, 1895 in Coryell County to * Miss. Blanche Rhoades. The couple moved to Young County 60 years ago. He was a member of the Loving Highway Church of Christ.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Blanche Grantham of the home; a daughter, Mrs. Evaline Oxford of Graham; a sister, Mrs. Ruth Storm of Killeen, Texas, and four grandchildren.

*There is a misprint in his obit who he his parents were. It states his wife's name instead the name of his parents, Ira Grantham and Nancy Ella Walling.
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Submitted by Lee  Driggers


 Hattie Mae Gordon
(September 30, 1900-May 04, 1994)
May 06, 1994
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Page: 31
Obituary:
FORT WORTH - Hattie M. Gordon, a homemaker, died Wednesday at a Fort Worth nursing home. She was 93.
Funeral will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Mount Olivet Funeral Home. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery.
Mrs. Gordon was born in Cooper.
Survivors: Daughter, Opal Bowles of Benbrook; three sisters, Either Bledsue and Myrle Graves, both of Fort Worth, and Winnie Jordan of Grapevine; four grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; 16 great-great-grandchildren; and two great-great-great-grandchildren.
Submitted by Vanessa DeShazer