Annie & George J. Scoggin
Death Cert. George J. Scoggin, 6 Feb 1872-20 Sep 1952, he was married
and born in Rome, Ga., parents; John Scoggin & Mollie Johnson both
born in Ga. He lived and died E. of Collinsville.
He died of a coronary occlusion and was dead on arrival.
Joe Scoggins was the informant.
George J. Scoggin, 80, Ethel Farmer Dies
Ethel - George J. Scoggins, 80, farmer, died Saturday at 7 a.m. at
his home here. He came to Texas in 1891 from Georgia, and settled
in the Ethel community.
Funeral services will be held Sunday at 4 p.m. at Ethel Church of
Christ. G.W. Weatherfordof Collinsville will conduct the service.
Pallbearers will be J.V. McWhorter, Frank Walkup, Ivan Vannoy, R.M.
Matlock, Charles Light and Raymond Bell. Burial will be in Ethel
Cemetery, directed by the Richards-Beck Funeral Home of Whitesboro.
Mr. Scoggins was born Feb. 6, 1872 a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Scoggins.
He was married to Miss Annie Flemming, Sept. 29, 1907 at Ethel. He
was a member of the Church of Christ.
Survivors include his wife; two sons, Joe Scoggins and Lee Scoggins,
both of Collinsville; five grandchildren; three brothers, Doyle Scoggins
of Collinsville, R.E. Scoggins of Sweetwater, and A.L. Scoggins of Lubbock;
three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Davis of Littlefield, Mrs. Jim Gentry of
Waggoner, Okla., and Mrs. Vella Cannady of Sherman.