William W. & Amanda E. Hazelwood
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Mrs. Hazlewood Dies at Sadler
Funeral services will be held Friday in Sadler Methodist Church
for Mrs. M. E. Hazelwood, 87, who died Wednesday
at 1:35 p.m. at her home in Sadler, She was a native of Granger County,
C. M. Moser, minister of the Church of Christ in Whitesboro and
A. R. Morgan, minister of the Church of Christ in Leonard, will officiate.
Burial will be in Christian Chapel Cemetery, near Sadler, directed by Waldo
The body will remain at the home until time for services.
Mrs. Hazelwood was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joe Helton
and wife of the late William W. Hazelwood. She had lived in Grayson
County 53 years. She was a member of the Church of Christ.
Survivors include five sons, S. J. Hazelwood and R. E. Hazelwood,
both of Sherman, W. C. Hazelwood of Artesia, N.M., C. E. Hazelwood of Enid,
Okla., and J. C. Hazelwood of Sadler; three daughters, Mrs. Cora B. Smith
and Mrs. Carl Durham, both of Sadler and Mrs. E. L. Dinwoodie of Southmayd;
three sisters, Mrs. Francis A. West, Mrs. Maude Sheppard and Mrs. Nancy
Jones, all of Dallas; three brothers, Will Helton and Claude Helton, both
of Dallas, and Ervin Helton of Granger County, Tenn.; 28 grandchildren,
45 great-grandchildren amd six great-great-grandchildren.
[died March 10, 1954; Amanda Evelyn "Mandy]
William Woodson Hazelwood, a resident of Grayson county...years,
died suddenly at 4 a.m. saturday at his residence, Sherman, route 3.
Although Mr. Hazelwood had been in failing health for several years, he
had not been considered seriously ill. Funeral services will be held
at 10 a.m. Sunday from the Sadler Church of Christ. Officiating ministers
will be the Rev. W. Watson and the Rev. Bob Prestage of Gainesville and
the Rev. Leroy Brownlowe of Gordonville. Burial will be at Christian
Chapel with the Talley Funeral home of Sherman in charge.
Mr. Hazelwood was born April 29, 1861, in Granger county, Tennessee.
After residing at Van Alstyne nine years, he moved to his present home
24 years ago. He was a member of the Sadler Church of Christ.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Amanda E. Hazelwood; five sons, S.J.
and R.E. Hazelwood of Sherman route 3; J.C. Hazelwood of Hagerman; C.T.
Hazelwood of Enid, Okla.; and W.C. Hazelwood of Sherman; three daughters,
Mrs. C.F. Templeman and Mrs. G.W. Estes of Sherman and Mrs. E.L. Dinwoodie
of Sherman route 3; 29 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.- - - Sherman
Democrat, July 1936