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Dallas Morning News - 
Harding - Sherman, Texas Sep 29.-Giles Harding, 85 years old, for fifty years a resident of Grayson County, died in a sanitarium in Fort Worth Friday night. The body was brought to Sherman and funeral services were held this afternoon. Mr. Harding is survived by his wife, Mrs. Suzanne Harding, and the following sons and daughters; W.L. Harding of Waxahachie, Mrs. Lou Colville of Pawhuska, Ok.; J.P. Harding of McKinney, Mrs. J. T. Stark of Plano, Alfred Harding of Fort Worth, Mrs. A. F. Thompson of Howe, Mrs. J. R. Elliott of Austin, B.M. Harding of Electra and Mrs. E.L. Fields of San Antonio.

Dallas Morning News 16 Jun 1926 page 9 - Harding - Sherman, Texas, June 15- Mrs. Giles Harding, 85 years old, died Monday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. F. Thompson, in Howe. She is survived by the following children; W.L. Harding, Waxahachie; J. P. Harding, McKinney; B. M. Harding, Electra; J. A. Harding, Victoria; Mrs. Louise Colville, Pawhuska, Ok.; Mrs. R. Stark, Plano; Mrs. E.L. Fields, San Antonio; Mrs. Anna Barnett, Anna; and Mrs. A. F. Thompson, Howe.
Funeral services were held in Howe Thuesday, after which burial was made in West Hill Cemetery in Sherman. Mrs. Harding was born in Tennessee and came from that state to Texas. She made her home in Sherman until a few years ago, when she moved to Howe to make her home with her daughter.
(*Grayson County, Texas Death Cert. no. 21590, her death cert. is under "Mrs. Giles Harding" her tombstone gives us her name, Suzanne.  born Sep 11, 1840 - died 14 Jun 1926. She was born in McMinville, Tenn. Dau. of M. Mathews and Joanna Scott born in McMinville, Tenn. Mrs. J. T. Stark of Plano, Tx is the informant. She died of Apoplexy.)


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