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Anthony Tony Innmon

1881 - 1954

Source:  from June 1954 Bertram paper, By N. OLIVER COX, EDITOR

Anthony Tony Innmon died Wednesday night, June 2nd in the Bertram Hospital, after an illness of about ten days. Tony Innmon was born March 10, 1881 in the Rock House community in Williamson County, being a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Innmon. He was united in marriage to Miss Susan Smith on August 11th, 1904. Seven children were born to this union, four daughters and three sons. One daughter, Savanah preceded her father in death. Mr. and Mrs. Innmon moved to Bertram the early part of 1947. He was a member of the Baptist Church.

Funeral services were held at 10 o'clock Friday morning, June 4th at the Edgar Funeral Home in Bertram, with Rev. A.D. Eberhart of Austin officiating.

Pall bearers were his grandsons: Weldon Staton, Darwin Staton, Carroll Innmon, Earl Innmon, L.V. Staton and Russell Law. Burial was in the Liberty Hill Cemetery under the direction of the Edgar Funeral Home.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Susan Innmon of Bertram; three daughters, Mrs. Hays Belk, Mrs. Ira Staton and Miss Earldene Innmon, all of Austin, Anthony Innmon of Liberty Hill and LeRoy Innmon of Minneapolis, Minnesota; two brothers, Jack Innmon of Austin and Francis Innmon of Harlingen. One sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Harriston and four brothers, Hite, Willie, Joe and John Innmon preceded their brother in death. He is also survived by twenty grandchildren and five great grandchildren.

Attending the funeral were:

Abilene: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smith and Wanda, W.T. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. F.R. Smith, Derriel and Mary Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams and Charlie Williams.

Austin: Mr. and Mrs. Francis Innmon, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bush, Mr. and Mrs. August Whitehead, Mrs. Lee Roy Harris, Miss Joice Wright, Miss Joyce Smith, Mrs. Milthilda Priest, Miss Arleta DeSpain, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Parks, Mrs. Maurine Young, Miss Emma Lee Bradford, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Innmon, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Innmon, Miss Minnie Bell Draughon, Miss Louis Shepard, Mrs. Lessie V. Staton, Mrs. Mildred Thompson, Miss Grace McCormach, Mrs. Betty Lou Pasley, Mrs. Mary Jo Stovall, Mr. and Mrs. Olin Humphries, E.B. Thompson, John Roelyn, Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Shepard, Mrs. A.D. Eberhart, Mrs. Zula Carrall, Mrs. Nellie Law, Mrs. R.B. Sanders, Mrs. L.D. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. E.M. Joseph.

Clyde: Joe Scott.

Georgetown: Mr. and Mrs. John Cole, Mrs. George Sedberry, Mrs. Marler Donnell.

Harlingen: Bob Seay, Francis Innmon and Arthur Innmon, Clarence Lee and Charlene, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Smith.

Junction City, Kansas: Mrs. John Rushing.

Lampasas: J.C. Beall.

Killeen: Mr. and Mrs. G.H. Shed and family, Mr. and Mrs. Burt Norman.

Marble Falls: Mr. and Mrs. Miles Meador, Mr. and Mrs. Henitz Fry.

San Antonio: Carroll J. Innmon, Herchell F. Innmon.

Burnet: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Spickerman, Roy Dycus, Wallace Riddell, R.C. Hullum, Jr.

Elgin: Sam Staton, Floyd Staton.

Liberty Hill: Mrs. Julian Bell, Mrs. Mary Pipkin, J.A. Bell, Mrs. Lila Joseph, Mrs. Charlie Cole, Mrs. Irene Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Joseph.

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