Mollie (Hoskins) Harper
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Mrs. Mollie Harper
Mrs. Mollie Harper died at her home near Coppell Tuesday, May 2, 1933, aged 67 years, 3 months and 14 days.  She was born in Moore county, Tenn., Jan. 19, 1866 and in 1885 was married to Allen Harper. He preceded her in death 17 years ago.
To  them were born six children; one died in infancy and five survive. Three sons; Will Lawrence, and Jeff of the Hebron community, and two daughters, Mrs. Abb Johnson, Hebron and Mrs. Jim Lloyd of Farmers Branch. Besides the children are two brothers; A. J. Hoskins of Hebron and Henry Hoskins of Sewanee Tenn., and one sister, Mrs. Bell Agnew of Paris, Arkansas.
At the age of fifteen years Mollie Hoskins joined the Methodist church and has been a devout member since that time.
Funeral services were held Wednesday in Baptist church at Hebron, Rev. W. N. Vernon of the Carrollton M. E. church conducting the services. Interment was made in Cemetery Hill.

The Carrollton Chronicle - Friday, May 12, 1933
Submitted by Edward Lynn Williams




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