Rites Held for Mrs. Feild
services for Mrs. Blanche Eloise Feild of Burnet were held
July 8, 1961, at 4:00 p.m. at the Lake Victor Baptist Church
with Rev. George Brown of Temple and Rev. Keith Fortner of
Lake Victor officiating. Burial was in the Pleasant
Hill Cemetery under the direction of Clements Funeral Home.
was born September 12, 1890, in Burnet County within three
miles of the site where she and her husband later built their
home. It was at the old home place on November 16,
1910, Blanche Eloise Everett became the bride of Ira Feild.
Last year, November 13, 1960, they celebrated their fiftieth
Feild was a good Christian woman, a good wife and mother and
was an active member of the Lake Victor Baptist Church.
She will be greatly missed by her family and her many friends
whose love and esteem she bore.
She is survived by her husband, Ira Feild of Burnet; two
sons, Brownlee Feild and Jack Feild, both of Burnet; four
sisters, Mrs. Delia McLean and Mrs. Edith Shelburn of
Lampasas, Mrs. Flora Traweek of Lake Victor, and Mrs. Mamie
Brown of Burnet; and one brother, Audley Everett of Burnet.
Also surviving are three grandchildren, Jack, Jan and Judy
Pallbearers were Allen Everett, Mac McLean, Mark Feild,
Albert Feild, Emmitt Jackson and Roper Tumlinson.
Note: Blanche Eloise Everett Feild was the
daughter of James Walter (Jim) and Minerva Elizabeth
(Lizzie) Glimp Everett, and the granddaughter of Civil
War veteran, Jordan Everett, all of Burnet County.