Arzie R. Simmons
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A. R. Simmons Passes Away

A. R. Simmons of Addison passed to the Great Beyond Wednesday, July 3, 1929, being 35 years of age. Funeral services were held in Addison in the Baptist church. Rev. Hedges of the Hebron Baptist church conducting same. Interment was in Cemetery Hill. A large concourse of sorrowing and sympathetic friends were present to pay their last respects to one who was taken away in the prime of young manhood.

Arzie R. Simmons was born in White County, Tenn., Sept 20, 1894, and came to Texas in 1913. He had lived in Hebron and Addison except for the period during the World War when he was in the service of his country. He was in Camp Travis from Oct 8, 1917, to June 23, 1918. Served with the Army of Occupation in Germany from November 1918 to June 23, 1919.  Mr. Simmons was in camp at San Antonio nine months and overseas one year.

He and Miss Grace Lott of Lewisville were married October 6, 1917, and to them one son, A. R. Jr., was born, who, with the mother, mourns the loss of a devoted and loving father. Besides the wife and son 10 years of age, he leaves his father one sister, and two brothers to mourn his early departure.

Mr. Simmons was well and favorable known over the community in which he resided and was loved and respected by all. His family and friends, his business and the community will greatly miss him.

The Carrollton Chronicle - Friday, July 12, 1929
Submitted by Edward Lynn Williams



We wish to thank our friends for their tokens of love and respect and beautiful floral offerings shown us in the loss of our dear husband and father.

Mrs. A. R. Simmons and Son

The Carrollton Chronicle - Friday, July 12, 1929
Submitted by Edward Lynn Williams


MOTHER - GRACE - 1895 - 1943
FATHER - ARZIE R. 1894 - 1929

Furneaux Cemetery, Hebron, Denton County, Texas


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