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Lawrence L. Feagans , Christine Lucille Feagans

From Ruth Walsh
Ft. Worth Star Telegram, Sunday, April 28, 1996, p. A37
LAWRENCE L. FEAGANS - Fort Worth - Lawrence L. Feagans, 76, a retired laborer for Trinity Wood, died Friday in Fort Worth.
   FUNERAL: 10 a.m. Monday at College Hill Church of Christ.  Burial: Mount Olivet Cemetery.  Visitation: 2 to 4 p.m. today at Mount Olivet Funeral Home.
   Mr. Feagans was born Jan 1, 1920, in Sanger.  He served in the Army in World War II with the 19th Infantry.
   SURVIVORS: Wife, Vera Feagans of Fort Worth; daughter, Dora Jeannette "Toni" Jones of Fort Worth; sister, Frankie McKinney of North Richland Hills; step-son, Roland Beaver of Bald Knox, Ark; three stepdaughters, Sandra Hardin of Fort Worth, Jane Mitchell of Rolla, Mo., and Regina Sanders of Abilene; three grandchildren; one great-grandchild; 11 stepgrandchildren; 11 step-great grandchildren; and nieces and nephews.  (research note - Lawrence L. Feagans was the son of Lester Wofford Feagans and Ida Louella Allred.  He was the grandson of Daniel Feagans, CSA veteran, and Mary Ann Blanton.  His great-grandparents were Grayson County, TX pioneers Jackson Feagans and Annie Liles, aka Annie Lyles, and Fannin Co., TX pioneers, Stephen Fletcher Blanton, a CSA veteran, and Sarah McDaniel.)


Ft. Worth Star Telegram, Wednesday, October 3, 1979
CHRISTINE LUCILLE FEAGANS ... victim of home fire    Funeral for Christine Lucille Feagans, 66, who died Tuesday in a fire at her home at 3113 Fairview, will be at 3:30 p.m. Thursday at Mount Olivet Chapel.
   The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's Office said Mrs. Feagans died from smoke inhalation.
   Medical Investigator David Carpenter said her husband found the woman lying in the kitchen of her smoke-filled home about 5 p.m. Tuesday.  She died at a home shortly thereafter.
   Fire Capt. W.E. Dunkin, said the woman apparently fell asleep in her bedroom while smoking a cigarette, awakened and tried in vain to escape.
  Survivors are her husband, Lawrence L. Feagans; a daughter, Dora Jeanette Cripps of Haltom City; a brother, Harold William Cockrill of Krum; two sisters, Donnie Mae Tompson and Edith Fay Cockrill of Denton; and thee grandchildren. (research note - Christine Cockrill Feagans husband, Lawrence L. Feagans, was the son of Lester Wofford Feagans and Ida Louella Allred.
He was the grandson of Daniel Feagans, CSA veteran,  and Mary Ann Blanton. His great-grandparents were Grayson County, TX pioneers Jackson Feagans and Annie Liles, aka Annie Lyles, and Fannin Co., TX pioneers, Stephen Fletcher Blanton, a CSA veteran, and Sarah McDaniel.)

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