Henry T. Eubanks
Contributed by Debbi Rodgers
Waxahachie Daily Light, Jan. 22, 1916
January 22, 1916
Henry T. Eubanks, who had been confined to his bed at the Waxahachie Sanitarium with a badly fractured leg, died very suddenly Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock. His death came so suddenly that even the inmates of the same ward were not aware of it for some minutes. He was apparently well until the last moment. Mr. Eubanks was injured in a runaway accident at the local pump station of the Magnolia pipe line when a length of heavy pipe was dragged against him and broke both bones in one of his legs.
After being removed to the sanitarium and receiving treatment he appeared to be getting along nicely and by his cheerful mood and conversation became a favorite among the inmates. He was loud in his praise of the sanitarium and took occasion to express his appreciation of the service rendered. His death comes as a complete shock to his near friends here.