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Hattie Feild
1862 - 1940

Source:  The Lampasas Record, November 1940

Submitted by Kaye Keele, < jrkkee @ centex . net > (remove spaces), August 2012

Mrs. Hattie Feild Passed Away Saturday...

Mrs. Hattie Feild, 78, died at her home in Lampasas Saturday, November 23,at 4:00 a.m.  She had been in poor health for several years and had been confined to her bed for eighteen months when she passed away.

Funeral services and burial were in the Pleasant Hill Cemetery, in Burnet County, Monday afternoon.  The services were conducted by the Rev. J.H. Estes, pastor of the Methodist Church and the Rev. Mack Hahn of Lake Victor.  Briggs-Gamel Funeral directors were in charge of arrangements.  Pallbearers were Forest Shelby, Joe T. Tumlinson, Frank Stewart, W. A. Fariss, George Hodge and Bernard Mallett.

Mrs. Feild, whose maiden name was Miss Hattie McGuire, was born in Sonoma County, California on February 26, 1862.  She came to Texas with her parents in 1876 and was married to A. A. Feild of Burnet County, on December 25, 1878.  They made their home in Burnet County, where Mr. Feild was engaged in stock farming until his death on August 28, 1929.  Two years later, Mrs. Feild moved to Lampasas where she built a home and lived there until her death.

She was a member of the Methodist Church since early childhood and, as long as she was able, was a regular attendant at the services.

Surviving are two children, Ira Feild of Lake Victor and Harry Feild o fLampasas; one brother, W.H. McGuire of Lampasas; fourteen grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren.

Note:  Harriet (Hattie) McGuire Feild was the daughter of Altemus and Margaret Campbell McGuire.  She married Albert Anderson (Andy) Feild and was the mother of Rev. Albert V. (Al),Kate, Harry and Ira Feild.  See McGuire Descendant Chart here.


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