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Dallas Morning News
17 Sep 1971

Mrs. Burleson, Sherman, Texas- Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Belle Burleson,
80, a Sherman resident most of her life, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the East Sherman Baptist Church. Burial will be at Cedar Cemetery near Tom Bean, Grayson County. Mrs. Burleson died here Wednesday.
Born in Commerce, Hunt County, Mrs. Burleson worked in St. Vincent Hospital, now in the Sherman Community Hospital until her retirement. She was a memeber of the East Sherman Baptist Church.
 

SHERMAN, Texas - Funeral services for Mrs. Laura Belle Burleson, 80, a Sherman resident most of her life, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the East Sherman Baptist Church, Burial will be at Cedar Cemetery near Tom Bean, Grayson County.
Mrs. Burleson died here Wednesday.
Born in Commerce, Hunt County, Mrs. Burleson worked in St. Vincent Hospital, now the Sherman Community Hospital until her retirement.  She was a member of the East Sherman Baptist Church.

Death Cert. info for Laura Belle Burleson
25 Mar 1891-13 Sep 1971. She lived at 620 E. Centennial in Sherman. She died at Sherman Community Hospital of a ruptured abdominal aorta aneurysm and generalized arteriosclerosis. 
She was retired from St. Vincent's Hospital
Father- Thomas Brannum and Mother - Sarah ???
Informant was Mrs. W.P. Burk



Death Cert. info Novel Henry Burleson;
He lived at 812 S. Charles St. in Sherman and died in St. Vincent's Hospital.
24 Sep 1888-17 Sep 1946. He died of a cerebral hemorrahge and hypertension.
He was a custodian at the court house in Sherman. He was born in Grayson Co.,Tx. Son of Green Burleson and Sarah Lewis. Mrs. Laura Burleson was the informant.
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