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Obituaries
Sidney M. Price, David McKee, Mrs. Estelle McGlasson, Paul Hilger, Mrs. T.M. Barnes, Alex  J. Cowart, W.K. LeCroix, Samuel Leatherwood, Mrs. W.H. Cook, Fred Williams, Thomas Neely Latta, Dr. Joseph Robert Yerion, Max Levine, Charly Oliver, Charley Dailey, T.S.Norris, W.H. Piner, C.W. McKee, Mrs. Fannie Austin, Alfred P. Kuyrkendall, J.M. Brown, Grandmother Brown, Dr. S.D. Dickey, Sallie Burk, Mrs. W.R. Lahue, Mrs. M.J.B. Young, Mr. Sloan, Miss Tidwell, Mrs. Howard Eden, J.W.McKee, Rev. Chas. Manton, Wm. Goin, John H. Williams, Mrs. S.C. Dillard, David Osbourn, T.L.Cowart, Mrs. John Foreman, J.D. Meecham, Mrs. E.R. Rathbun, Elija Peters, G.W. Walker, Grandpa Johnson, Mr. John Kane, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. W.S. Young

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 25 Aug 1908:
"Honey Grove Citizen"  Sidney M. Price, age 84, died at home of son,
Dr. W. J. Price, Gainesville, Sunday; buried beside wife, Oakwood
Cem., Honey Grove, Tx.;  came from Alabama 1870; lived at Forest
Hill, Dial, Petty; survivors:  5 children:  Dr. W. J. Price; Mrs.
W.W. Vauter & Mrs. Frank Humbree of Petty; Mrs. Dave Lesnett of
Durant, Okla.; services:  Eld. Bush of 1st Christian of Gainesville

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 28 Aug 1908:  "The
Signal, Honey Grove" David McKee died; body brought from Caddo;
reared Fannin Co.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 4 Sept 1908: Mrs.
Estelle McGlasson, age 55, died at home of sister Mrs. Ida Hyatt, at
Iuka, Mississippi; deceased lived in Honey Grove many years;
Methodist; brothers:  C.H., P.C., Earnest, Leslie & Herbert all of
Bonham

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 4 Sept 1908:   Mrs.
Paul Hilger died Tues. at family home near Bonham,; peritonitis.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 8 Sept 1908:
"Madill" (Okla) Democrat"  Mrs. T.M.  Barnes died Tues.; survivors:
parents of Bonham, Tx., ; husband, 3 little children; 2nd article:
parents:  Mr. & Mrs. Pate G. Taylor; husband was ill with malaria and
she had diabetes; buried Willow Wild; services:  Rev. Hughes of
Baptist church; additional survivors::  one sister Mrs. Dr. Boyd and
one brother John Taylor;  born Ellan Jeanett Taylor 8 Nov. 1876 at
family home near Baily; to Bonham about 12 years ago; married 26 May
1901; to Madill a few years ago; Baptist; child in care of mother &
sister; husband sent to asylum in Terrell to recover.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 11 Sept 1908:
Alex J. Cowart, age 64, pioneer, died Tues.; found in corn crib by
son; survivors:  3 sons of west Texas and son here; services:  Rev.
W.A. Stucky & Eld. C.M. Schoonover; buried Inglish cem.;   he was 2nd
son of Thomas Cowart; mother was daughter of Bailey Inglish; parents
buried Old Inglish cem., born Bonham; enlisted CSA 1863; member
Howellís battery; married Miss Amelia Lovelace, daughter of Wm. &
Sarah; 8 children " reared to maturity " (5 sons, 3 daughters)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 15 Sept 1908:  W.K.
LeCroix, age 63, died Allen Memorial Hosp., Monday; paralysis; home
in south Bonham; Mason ; came to Bonham from Sherman; buried Willow
Wild cem.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 15 Sept 1908:
Samuel Leatherwood, age 70, died Friday at home of son-in-law, Will
Duff, 5 mi. south of Bonham; Brightís disease; buried Hampton
graveyard; Services.  Rev. R. W. Tarpley, ; member of Baptist church
of Edhube; survivors:  1 son, Jim; one daughter ,Mrs. Will Duff

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 8 Sept 1908:  Mrs.
W.H. Cook died Sat. last at Clarendon , widow of Dr. W.H. Cook

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 22 Sept 1908:
Fred Williams died last week in hosp. In Fort Worth; home was Durant;
stepson of George Stevens; brother in northwest Oklahoma; sister Mrs.
Pence of Terrell; leaves a family

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 22 Sept 1908:
Thomas Neely Latta,  pioneer; died yesterday at Dodd City; services :
 Rev. H.L. Walker of Presbyterian church of Dodd City; buried Dodd
City; in Fannin 62 years; Irish parentage; "immigrated 1763"; born
Columbia , Tenn. 14 Apr. 1820; to Fayettville, Ark. 1837; married
Miss Emily Chandler 4 March 1841; she died after 53 yrears of
marriage; 10 children; to Fannin Co. 1846; to Dodd City 1883, 3 mi.
east of town; in 1840 joined Cumberland Presbyterian church at Cane
Hill,  Ark.  PHOTO with article.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 22  & 25 Sept 1908:
   Dr. Joseph Robert Yerion died Sunday at Ravenna; born Wyth Co.,
Virginia  28 Jan 1827;  age 81yrs. 7 mos. 23 days; to Illinois as boy
until 1848; to Texas; married Miss Isabella Wall; 14 children; 9
survive; practiced 41 years; buried at Fairview; services J.H.
Rosecrans.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 25 Sept 1908:
Max Levine died Saturday at home in Bonham; buried Jewish cem.;
brother :  Henry; born New York 21 June 1863; in merchandizing &
cotton business with J.A. Moss; 1887 married Miss Susie Levy in New
Orleans, La.; 8 children; 7 survive.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 12 Oct. 1908:
"Doniphan" column:  Charly Oliver died Saturday; swamp fever; buried
near Windom

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 12 Oct. 1908:
Charles Dailey; attorney of San Angelo; died Tues; brother is George
A. Dailey of Honey Grove

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 6 Oct. 1908:   T.S.
Norris, age 74, member CSA, died at home 3 mi. west of Bonham,
Friday; cancer; buried Mooreís graveyard; member Primitive Baptist
church; survivors:  wife & 3 children; also mentioned in 9 Oct.
"Ector" column

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 6 Oct. 1908:   W.H.
Piner of Texarkana died; fall from porch latter part of last week;
relative of Mrs. Smith of Honey Grove

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 6 Oct. 1908:   C.W.
McKee died at San Angelo; buried Honey Grove; services:  F.A. Rosser
; in San Angelo for health

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 9 Oct. 1908:
Mrs. Fannie Austin died 1 Oct., Denison; buried New Hope; services:
R.L. Keene; daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Wright; reared near Ivanhoe

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 13 Oct. 1908:
"Leonard Graphic" Alfred P. Kuyrkendall died last week; son of Mr.
And Mrs. Oscar Kuyrkendall who moved to Artesia, New Mexico last
year; buried old home town of Leonard; brothers accompanied body back
to Leonard

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 16 Oct. 1908:
J.M. Brown, Weston,Collin Co., died 24 Sept, age 84 (following Monday
28 Sept. Grandmother Brown died, age 77 from fall); funeral at
residence of Scott Brown; Rev. J.W. Connelly; buried Porterís
Graveyard; J.M. uncle to Scott and Norman Brown of Bonham
(Grandmother Brown was Elizabeth Brown)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 20 Oct. 1908:  Dr.
S. D. Dickey died at home of father  in Dodd City last Friday;
consumption; buried Dodd City; survivors: wife and 1 child

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 20 Oct. 1908:  Mrs.
Sallie Burk, age 70, died Thurs. at family home West 4th St.;
services:  Rev. H.L. Walker; buried Inglish cem.; aka "Aunt Peggy";
survivors:  2 brothers:   Jno. W and Jas. T. Seals; "last of her
family we believe"

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 27 Oct. 1908:
Mrs. W. R. Lahue died Friday at family home, south Center St.;
services :  Rev. Hughes of Baptist church and C.M. Schoonover of 1st
Christian; buried Willow Wild; survivors:  husband and 8 grown
children

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 3 Nov. 1908:  Mrs.
M.J.B. Young died Saturday at family home, Bonham; organic heart
disease; services:  C.M. Schoonover of 1st Christian and J.H.
Rosecrans; buried Willow Wild cem.; oldest child of Jno. B. Dale;
born Carthage, Missouri 5 Sept 1848; to Ladonia; married 8 Nov 1868;
some time in Bonham then to Indian Territory for 2 yrs.; 5 children:
son R.B. Young, eldest, of Fort Worth; Mrs. Jas. Biggs of Sherman;
Charlie & Henry of Bonham

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 6 Nov. 1908:
Mr. Sloan, aged, died Tues., Dodd City on P.B. Weaks farm;  about 80;
son is Shep Sloan

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 6 Nov. 1908:
"Orangeville" column:  Miss Tidwell died Sunday, 18 Oct.; buried
Burnís cem.; Grove Hill people attended (Nellie Forest Tidwell)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 6 Nov. 1908:
"Orangeville" column:   Mrs. Howard Eden, about 30, died Friday;
buried Leonard; youngest child of Dave Mitchel, pioneer (she was Minnie Edens)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 10 Nov. 1908:  J.W.
McKee died Friday; born Dial, Fannin Co. 30 Aug 1853; son of Dr.
Samuel McKee; nephew of Dr. James R. McKee; sister Mrs. Frank Blair;
peace officer; member Cumberland Presbyterian church; services:  Rev.
Stucky of 1st Methodist; buried Willow Wild cem.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 13 Nov. 1908 :
Rev. Chas. Manton died 9 Nov., Paris, Texas; 30 yrs pastor of
Cumberland Presbyterian church; Knights Templar; ordained Cooper, Tx.
1878; born 1 Nov 1845 Woolwich, England; to America with parents;
death of father caused return to England until mature; to New York &
Illinois for business; to Texas before entering ministry; survivors:
wife & 7 children (4 daughters are married)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 17 Nov. 1908 :  Wm.
Goin, died Thurs., appendicitis; constable; formerly of Bonham, now
Leonard

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 24 Nov. 1908 :
John H. Williams of Lamasco, old, died in Hospitial, Thursday; buried
Burleson Co., Tx.; survivors:  wife & daughter Miss Jessie, son M.S.;
9 children in all, all grown & married except Miss Jessie; born
Crawford Co., Arkansas 1836; to Texas 1871

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 27 Nov. 1908 :
Mrs. S.C. Dillard, age 54, resident of Dodd City; died Saturday at
home of daughter, Mrs. J.E. Trout, Laredo, Texas; in Laredo for
winter; buried Dodd City; Baptist

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 27 Nov. 1908 :
David Osbourn, about age 35, died 12 Nov. at home, Wolfe City;
carbolic acid; survivors:  widow & 4 children, cousin J.R. Osborne

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 8 Dec. 1908:  T.L.
Cowart died yesterday, "Dub"; Bonham, age 58; mother daughter of
Bailey Inglish; unmarried; buried Inglish cem.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 8 Dec. 1908:
Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 15 Dec. 1908:  Mrs.
John Foreman died Denison last Thursday; Mr. Foreman of Fannin Co.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 8 Dec. 1908:  J.D.
Meecham of Temple died Saturday; burns from lamp explosion at
Jacksonís gin; buried Temple.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 15 Dec. 1908:  Mrs.
E. R. Rathbun, age 78 last August, died Saturday of pneumonia at home
of daughter Mrs. Lee Love; buried Whitewright; services:  Rev.
Fender; Presbyterian; Survivors:  2 sons, 3 daughters:  O.Y. of
Denison; S.A. of Pontiac, Illinois; Mrs. Reynolds  May and Mrs. Ben
Montgomery of Whitewright; Mrs. L. Love of Bonham.
(She is bur. in OakHill, Elizabeth Rathbun)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 15 Dec. 1908:
Elija Peters, age 84, died at home of son Tom Peters, 2 1/2 mi. sw of
Duncan, Steven Co., Oklahoma 30 Nov; born 29 Dec 1824 Tenn.; to
Missouri as boy; in Fannin over 50 yrs.; two marriages; 14 children;
1st wife Miss Jones had 4 children; 2nd wife Elizabeth Covington; had
10 children; in Mexican War; quartermaster dept.; operated grist mill
at Gober during civil war; member Church of Christ.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 18 Dec. 1908:  G.W.
Walker, age 75,  died at home of son near Danner, Wednesday;   came
from Mississippi 3 years ago. (Bur. in Owen's Chapel Cemetery )

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 15 Dec. 1908:
"Spring Hill" column:   Grandpa Johnson, age 75, died 6 Dec.:
survivors: wife, 1 son, 2 daughters; lived at Allenís Chapel; built
Fisherís flour  mill.  (a W.H. Johnson is buried at Vineyard Grove
Cemetery, Allenís Chapel, with a death date of 6 Dec. 1908; "Bonham
News" of 4 Dec 1908 refers to a Mrs. John Spelce whose father is Mr.
Johnson of Allenís Chapel.) (He is W.M. see the tombstone photo)

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 22 Dec. 1908:  Mr.
John Kane died Saturday at Blossom; buried Oakwood cem., Honey Grove;
sister at Blossom; services :  Rev. J.H. Bellot

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 22 Dec. 1908:
Mrs. Lewis of Ravenna died last Friday; buried Fairview Cem.

Abstracted from the "Bonham News" Fannin Co., Tx. 22 Dec. 1908:
Mrs. W.S. Young died on the 14th; buried Arledge Ridge; services R.W.
Tarpley; survivors:  husband & 2 little daughters; Baptist


 

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