Wellington Leader, Collingsworth Co., TX Thursday, April 29, 1999,
p.2, v.XCI #42
Anna Bell Long Caison, a long time resident of Collingsworth County
died Tuesday, April 27, 1999.
Wellington Leader, Collingsworth Co., TX Fri. Oct. 6, 1922 Vol XIV #10
Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday, April 30,
1999 at the First Baptist Church with Keith Martin, deacon, officiating.
Cindy White will present vocal selections.
Burial will be in Memorial Gardens Cemetery under the
direction of Adams Funeral Home.
Pallbearers will be Douglas Caison, Brian Caison, Claude
Jones, Pat Guajardo, Aubrey Hayes and Sam Abston.
Born August 12, 1912 in Bonham (sic - Ector) to Jacob
B. and Lorena Bell Long, the family moved to Collingsworth County in 1914.
On March 27, 1927 she married Claude Wilson Caison in Memphis (TX).
He died November 5, 1977.
She was also preceded in death on February 26, 1999 by a son, Charles
Survivors include a daughter, Marjorie Ann Jones of
Malakoff and two sons, C.W. (Doug) Caison and David Dee Caison, both of
Wellington; 13 grandchildren; 17 greatgrandchildren; and a great-great-grandchild.
(research note: Anna Bell Long Caison was granddaughter
of Thomas A. Bell and Mary Rice "Nancy" Boone and the great granddaughter
of Fannin Co., TX pioneers Joseph R. Boone and Virginia E.M. Crenshaw.)
BURIED THEIR LITTLE SON (Leroy Cook) HERE FRIDAY
Wellington Leader, Collingsworth Co., TX Thursday, October 9,
1986, p. 12, v. LXXVI, #12
Last Friday evening the body of the little son
(Leroy Cook) of Mr. and Mrs. Olin C. Cook of Heraldton, Okla, was brought
to Wellington on the train and then to Wellington Cemetery (sic South Fairview
Cemetery) for burial. Rev. R.N. Huckabee conducted the funeral service.
The little fellow was bitten early last summer
by a mad dog, and he was taken to Austin fro treatment where he stayed
for 21 days. On their way home they came by Wellington to visit the
father's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Cook and the mother's (nee Darlene
Virgie Long) parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Long. After staying a few
days they left for their home at Heraldton, Okla. where they arrived on
Sunday and the little boy took diphtheria Tuesday, dying Wednesday, and
shipped here for burial.
The bereaved family and relatives have the sincere
sympathy of the people of this community.
(research note: Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Long
were former Fannin Co., TX residents, Jacob "Beezer" Long and Lorena Bell.
Lorena Bell was the daughter of Thomas A. Bell and Mary Rice "Nancy" Boone.
Mary Rice Boone was the daughter of Fannin Co., TX pioneers Joseph R. Boone
and Virginia E.M. Crenshaw.)
HAYDEN ROGERS, FORMER COUNTY RESIDENT, DIES
Hayden M. Rogers, 80, of Lubbock (TX) died Saturday
October 4, in Waco (TX).
Funeral services were conducted at 2 p.m. Thursday
October 7, in Schooler-Gordon Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Bill Potter,
pastor of Westmoreland Baptist Church, Lubbock, officiated.
Burial was in Fairview Cemetery under the direction
of Schooler-Gordon Funeral Directors.
Mr. Rogers was born March 13, 1906 in Sparta, Tenn,
the son of James E. Rogers and Martha Anderson Rogers.
He married Dorothy Trimble January 20, 1934 in Wellington.
They farmed in the Fresno Community from 1934 until 1946.
He had lived in Lubbock since 1963.
He was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and served
in the Nicaraguan Campaign. He was a member of Westmoreland Baptist
Church and a retired butcher for a retail grocery store.
Survivors are his wife of Lubbock; two sons, Carl Rogers
of McRae, Ark., and Will Rogers of Peach Tree City, GA; two grandsons,
Glen and Benjamin Rogers of Peach Tree (sic), GA. He was preceded
in death by three brothers, Herman, Charley and Jim Rogers and a
sister Mamie Vance.
(research note: Dorothy Lee Trimble was daughter of
Dewey Dixie Long and Alonzo Trimble. Dewey Dixie Long was daughter
of Jacob "Beezer" Long and Lorena Bell. Lorena Bell was the daughter
of Thomas A. Bell and Mary Rice "Nancy" Boone. Mary Rice Boone
was the daughter of Fannin Co., TX pioneers Joseph R. Boone and Virginia