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1914


Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 17 Nov 1914:   Mrs. Tom Baker died Friday, 8 Nov.; Methodist; buried Elwood Cem.; services Rev. U.G. Mize  (Bina Briley Baker)

Abstracted from Bonham News" 8 Dec 1914:   Card of Thanks:  for Mrs. T.C. Baker of Elwood/McRay from Henry C. Briley, brother; Charles Harden, son; John a Briley, father

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 24 Nov 1914:  "Honey Grove Signal"Mrs. Til Clark died Dallas, Wed.; burial at Telephone where formerly resided  (into Forest Grove Cemetery)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 27 Nov 1914:   "Bigbee" column: Mearen Craft died last Sat.; Bright's disease; about age 65;survivors:  wife & 2 daughters: Mrs. G.W. Langford and Mrs. S.A. Jones of this place; burial Bigbee graveyard; services Rev. Mulligan of Lamasco (he was Marion Craft)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 25  July 1913: T.W. "Tom" Hammond of Edhube died at home of father J.L. Wed night in Edhube; conusmption & Brights disease; services at White Rock, Rev. Ball of Primitive Baptist Church; age abt 40; survivors:  wfie and 2 yr. old child; born Georgia; married Miss Viola Davis of Big Springs, Texas 10 March 1910; (her father W.M. Davis -29 July card of thanks)Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 15 July 1913:  letter recieved by Miss Ella Dickey of Bonham from Leon Dickey, Santa Ana, Calif.; Asa Dickey died Thurs in hospital; brother to M.J. Dickey; Mrs. H.L. Rogers and Ella Dickey  (see another obit for Tom Hammond)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 18 July 1913: W.T. Hayton died Wed.at home of sister Mrs. J. H. Broyles; services Rev. E.W. Williams; burial Willow Wild; native of Virginia, born 22 Feb 1862; to Texas as child; returned to Virginia; there til 1883; back to Texas ; ran gin at Arledge with brother; unmarried; survivors:  brother R.H. of Childress; Mrs. J.H. Scruggs of Hollis, Okla; Mrs. J.H. Broyles and Mrs. J.A. Agnew of Bonham

Abstracted from the "Bonham News"  25 Dec 1914:  Mrs. W.C. Holmes wife of Dr. W.C. Holmes, pioneer physician & editor "Trenton Tribune"; died at home in Trenton, Thurs., 24 Dec.; pneumonia; services Rev. J.F. Fender of Whitewright; burial Rose Lawn Cem.; born Pontotoc Co., Miss, 29 Sept. 1848; to Texas 1869 with brothers & sisters to near Kentucky Town, Grayson Co.; 31 Dec. 1874 married to Dr. Holmes of Pilot Grove; lived there til Dec. 1882; survivors: husband, 2 daughters, Mrs. Pearl Connelly of Trenton & Mrs. W.N. Lemmon of Manila, Phillipine Islands; and 4 sons Gus, Tom, & Fred of
Trenton and W.C., Jr. of Mannsville, Okla. (Her stone was moved along with other family members from the Rose Lawn Cemetery, their family cemetery to Burns Cemetery in Trenton when the highways came through)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 29  July 1913:  Mrs. W.W. Lindsey died last Thurs.;  born Florence Dickerson 2 Feb 1883 near Savoy; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dickerson; 1908 married W.W. Lindsey of Bonham; survivors: husband & 2 children, 4 brothers, 3 sisters, parents; leaves a son Neal Shaw by former marriage to John Shaw; funeral near Seven Oaks at family residence; services Rev. Warren T. Whiteside of 1st Methodist church; burial Willow Wild

Abstracted from Bonham News" 8 Dec 1914:  Grandma Fenner, formerly of Bailey, died at Commerce; Sat. age 80; services : Bailey Methodist church; Rev. J.A. Gaines and pastor; buried Grove Hill; husband Joseph F. Fenner dec'd; mother of 5; 2 survive her. (She was Mary Fenner)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 11 July 1913:  W.R. Long died Wed.,
Ector; born 2 March 1855; father of 7:  Dan (dec'd); Albert ofDenison; Mrs. Mary Kemp, Jake, Vivian, Lee and Mrs. Tennie Withrow of  Ector; buried Carson Cem.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 24 Nov 1914:  "Honey Grove Signal"  Mrs. M.C. McFarland died at home (2 1/2 mi. se of town) Wed.; age about 70; survivors:  10 children, all married; husband died 24 yrs ago, buried Oakwood.
 

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 24 Nov 1914: D.J. Meredith died at home South 5th St., Sun.; services 2nd Baptist church, Rev. B.F. Milam, Rev. Tarpley & Rev. McGraw; masonic burial at Arledge Ridge cem.; born 23 Dec 1834, Illinois; to Fannin Co. 1874; 17 yrs ago to Bonham from Arledge Ridge; survivors:  wife and 11 children (2 dec'd as infants); of Fannin Co.:  Mrs. Lizzie Arledge; Mrs. Ben Phillips; Mrs. T.N. Skeen of Knoxville;  Mrs. Callie Crooks and J.T. of west Texas; Mrs. Lula Gaines of Vernon; J.F., H.N. & W.E. of this place; Walter of Denison; B.C. of Fort Smith, Arkansas

Abstracted from the "Bonham News"  18 Dec 1914:  Spring Hill column: stepson of Bob Moore, age 18 buried Smyrna graveyard

Abstracted from Bonham News" 15 Dec 1914:   Mrs. Caroline, wife of G.W. Morrison, died at home of daughter Mrs. Dixie Saunders last Friday; body to Telephone for burial beside 2 children:  services Baptist minister of Telephone; husband is paralyzed; native of Talladega Co., Ala.; lived in Fannin 37 yrs; in Bonham last 4 yrs.;surviviors:  3 sons & 3 daughters; daughter Mrs. Turnman of Dallas attended;. a daughter of Okla. and a son of Lamar Co. not attending.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 11 July 1913: Mrs. Pickens "Ely & Kerr" Column: lived se of Ely 2 miles; died last Sun.; services Rev. Keen; burial Randolph; survivors:  husband, 2 daughters, 1 son; Baptist.  July 8, card of Thanks from J.A. Pickens and Mamie Pickens. (She was Mary Pickens, buried in the Lindsey Cemetery)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 22  July 1913:  Mrs. C.B. Randell died Friday, Mineral Wells on trip for health; wife of ex congressman Choice B. Randell; survivors: husband and son Andrew L. Randall of Sherman; services 1st Presbyterian Church of Sherman; burial West Hill Cem.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 13 Nov 1914:  Mrs. C.C. Ridings died McAlester, Okla, Fri. last; operation; body to Bonham to home of Dr. H.A. McDaniel; services Rev. S.A. Cowan and Rev. J. Sam Barcus; buried Willow Wild Cem.; former Miss Joe Kerns; step daughter of late Tom J. Patillo; she was deputy clerk under Pat Henry who married her
sister; she & husband had lived at Okmulgee, Okla; he was manager of dry goods dept.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News"  3 July 1914:  Steve Robertson, S.H. Robertson, died Mon. 29 June 1914; survivors:  wife & 2 sons, 1 daughter; grandchildren; services Brother Story; burial Gum Springs cem.; daughter Mrs. W.J. Wright of Ivanhoe; he & wife from Doyles Co., Tenn. also in July 24 Lamasco Items: nephew John Kincaid; aunt Hairy (their spelling) Rindale

Abstracted from the "Bonham News"  18 Dec 1914:  Grandma Robinson died Tues. at home of daughter Mrs. A.J. Taylor; age 74; Methodist; survived by daughter of Bonham & 2 sons in Tenn.; services Rev. J.D. Hudgins, pastor So. Side Methodist church; burial Willow Wild Cem.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 22  July 1913:  Family reunion and 70 birthday for Mr. S.E. Roberts of near Ladonia (son Jim died in Honey Grove-buried churchyard)  age 70; 69 people attending; children present:  Emmett, Charlie, Tom, Mrs. J.B. McDowell; Mrs. Jno. Smithey; one son Ellis and a daughter Mrs. Lizzie Roberts not present

Abstracted from the "Bonham News"  15 Dec 1914:  Lamasco Column: Mark Routt died 7 Dec. ; pneumonia; services Rev. Fitzwater of Methodist church; married Miss Etta Forman 3 Jan 1906; 5 children, age 40.

Abstracted from Bonham News" 11 Dec 1914:   Mrs. L.M. Rummans died at family home in Bonham, Mon.; buried Smyrna graveyard; survivors: husband and 3 children, Mrs. E.D. Clemmens; Miss Maud Rummans and Tom Kincaid

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 27 Nov 1914:  Knox T. Smith died Allen Memorial Hosp., Wed.; services at home West 8th St.; Rev S.A. Cowan, 1st Baptist church & Rev. W.M. Williams of 1st Christian Church; age 80; resided in Bonham 40 yrs.; survivors:  2 daughters: Misses Lucy & Pattie; wife dec'd   (He is buried in Willow Wild)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 13 Nov 1914:   Mr. Tom Thrasher died Wed., cancer, lived no. of Honey Grove, had been county commissioner, member Woodmen lodge of Allen's Point:  survivors: wife and 7 kids; age about 50 (Buried Allens Point Cemetery)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" 24 Nov 1914: L.T. Wise died Allen Memorial Hosp.; brought to Fannin Co. from River Co.; buried county farm

 

 

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