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Roy Simmons Died
Roy Simmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Simmons of Hebron, died at their home a short distance north of Hebron about 1 o'clock a.m. Saturday, Jan 18, after a long sickness, diabetes being cause of death. He was about twenty-six years of age.
Funeral services were held at the home Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Joe Morgan of Ft. Worth conducting the services, Interment was in Cemetery Hill. A large gathering of people came to pay their last sand respects to a boy who had suffered for many years and more his trials so patiently that he was loved by all who knew him. many floral offerings spoke the love they bore. Lucas Undertaking Co had charge of the funeral.
He is survived by his father and mother and brothers and sisters some of whom we are unable to name; those we know of being Ray, Charlie, Dillon, Mrs. Wm. McMurry, Mrs. Joe Holbert, Mrs. H. K. Pistole, Mr. Emma Hagelwood.

The Carrollton Chronicle - January 24, 1930
Submitted by Edward Lynn Williams


We wish to express to each and everyone our deepest appreciation and sincerest thanks for the tokens of sympathy in form of kindly words, faithful assistance and beautiful floral offerings during the illness and death of our beloved son and brother.
Mrs. and Mrs. D. D. Simmons and children.

The Carrollton Chronicle - January 24, 1930
Submitted by Edward Lynn Williams


On Saturday morning Jan. 18 the death angel claimed the life of Roy Clinton Simmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Simmons who reside near Hebron. Roy was 26 years of age and was highly esteemed by all who knew him. Funeral services were conducted at the family home by Rev. R. B. Morgan of Ft. Worth assisted by Rev. R. L. Ray, pastor of the Hebron Baptist church, of which the deceased had been a member since early childhood.
The deceased has borne his long affliction with the greatest of patience.  The high esteem in which he was held was very beautifully portrayed in the floral offerings, together with the large number of friends who gathered as their last token of  love and respect.
Besides his father and mother he is survived by five brothers; Charlie and J.D. of Dallas; Ray of Minneapolis, Minnesota; Barnie and D. B., of Hebron, Nine sisters; Mrs. Emma Hazelwood and Mrs. Ernie Pistole of Addison. Mrs. Lue Wagoner and Mrs. A. A. Moss of Dallas; Mrs. J. L. Holbert, Mrs. Edison Dudley, Mrs. Will McMurry, and Misses Alta and Ethel Simmons all of Hebron.

The Carrollton Chronicle - January 31, 1930
Submitted by Edward Lynn Williams



ROY son of
Mr. & Mrs. D.D. SIMMONS
AUG 7, 1903
JAN 18, 1930

Furneaux Cemetery, Hebron, Denton County, Texas


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