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From Ruth Walsh
Amarillo Globe-Times, Friday, July 21, 1995, p.27A
   Mary Gertrude Weatherman, 87, of Amarillo, died Friday, July 21, 1995.
   Services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors
Ivy Chapel, 2820 Virginia Circle.  Burial will be in Llano Cemetery.
   Mrs. Weatherman was born in Monroe Co., Miss.  She moved to Sherman at
the age of 2, where she lived until moving to Amarillo in 1988.  She was
retired from retail sales, where she had worked in department stores.  She
was a member of First Baptist Church.  She married Loren Blanton in 1923
(sic).  He died in 1931.  She married Carl Weatherman in 1960.  He died in
1985.
   Survivors include a daughter, Betty Pinkston of Amarillo; a son, Thomas
Blanton of Athens; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
   The family suggests memorials be to the Khiva Children's Hospital or the
Amarillo Cancer Society.
   (researcher's note:  Mary Gertrude Mullins, daughter of Thomas Mullins
and Susie Smith, married Loren Jeremiah Blanton on 11-26-1931 in Fannin Co.,
TX.  Loren Jeremiah Blanton was son of Isaac Milton Blanton and Daisy
Teague.  He was the grandson of Rev. Benjamin Franklin Blanton and Sarah L.
Boone and Pleasant McDonald Teague and Marshall Malinda Bradbury.  He was
the g-grandson of Fannin Co., TX pioneers Josiah Blanton and Lucy Westbrook
and gg-grandson of Fannin Co., TX pioneers. Joseph R. Boone and Virginia
E.M. Crenshaw.)


 Denison Herald, p.2, December 16, 1985
CARL W. WEATHERMAN
   SHERMAN - Funeral for Carl Wilson Weatherman, 79, Sherman resident who
died Sunday at a Sherman hospital, will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Waldo
Funeral Chapel, with burial in friendship Cemetery.
   Weatherman was born May 30, 1906, in Gainesville, son of Roby and Della
Mae Weatherman.  He married Gertrude Mullins (sic - widow of Loren Jeremiah
Blanton) Sept. 20, 1951 in Durant.  Weatherman, a self-employed painter
retired in 1980.  He attended Gainesville public schools and was a painter
in the Consolidated and Livingston Shipyard in Orange during World War II.
Weatherman was a member of the Knights of Pytius Lodge and was a Methodist.
   Surviving are his wife of Sherman; son, Frank of Weatherford; stepson,
Thomas Blanton (sic Milton Thomas Blanton) of Athens; stepdaughter, Betty
Pinkston of Amarillo; sister, O..a (illegible) Scribner of Fresno, Calif.;
... (illegible) grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren.
   The family will be at the funeral home from 7 to 8 tonight.
 

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