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Freeman Family Bible Records
 
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Courtesy of Jerry Farr
 

 


The People's Standard Edition
of the
Holy Bible

Containing the
Old and New Testaments,
and the Apocryphal Writings

J. C. McCurdy and Company
Philadelphia, Cincinnati, Chicago and St. Louis
1872
 


This Certifies
That the Rite of
Holy Matrimony was celebrated between


Cornelia F. Smith of Matagorda, Texas
and Henry H. Freeman of Matagorda, Texas
on March 8, 1869 at Home Kenner Prairie
by Judge W. H. Burkhart
 

BIRTHS

Mrs. Cornelia F. Freeman was born on the 5 of Dec. 1851 on Friday.

John Franklin Freeman was born the 24 of August 1870 on Wednesday.

Frances Elizabeth Freeman was born the 24 of September 1872 on Tuesday.

Mary Isabel Freeman was born on the 12 of Dec 1875 on Sunday.

Jessie Amelia Freeman was born on the 20 of Sept 1878 on Friday.

Annie Laura Freeman was born on the 6 of Sept 1880 on Monday.

Henry Thomas Freeman was born on the 9 of Jan 1883 on Sunday.

Charles Tyler Freeman was born on the 31 of August on Monday 1885.

Joseph Herman Freeman was born on the 6 of March 1887 on Sunday.

Theodore Ernest Freeman Born on January 1st 1889 Tuesday.

Willie Bina Freeman born Sept. 28 1893 on Thursday 4 P. M.
 


MARRIAGES

Henry H. Freeman and Clara F. Brunson on Wednesday Decr. 14th 1892.

John F. Marsh & Frances E. Freeman on April 18, 1894.
 


DEATHS

John Franklin son of Henry and Cornelia Freeman died on or about August 21st 1872.
 

 

ADDITIONAL MATERIAL


Mrs. Adolph Noster

Mrs. Annie Laurie Noster, aged 41 years, wife of Mr. Adolph Noster, died suddenly at their home this morning at 2 o’clock, and will be buried tomorrow—Wednesday—afternoon at 3 o’clock from the Baptist Church, of which she was a devout member.

Mrs. Noster leaves a baby only two days old. She is also survived by three other children and her husband. She was a sister of Mrs. (Dr.) E. E. Scott and Messrs. Henry and Joe Freeman, all of Bay City.

Decedent was a devout Christian, was reared in this section and had many friends, attracted to her by her many lovable traits of character. The shock of her death came as a distinct shock to all who knew her, as she has apparently always been in the very best of health.

The Tribune joins the many friends of the bereaved ones in sympathy for them in their sad hour.

September 20, 1921
 


H. T. Freeman Funeral at 10 a. m. Wednesday

Funeral services for Henry T. Freeman, 85, will be held at 10 a. m. Wednesday at the Holy Cross Catholic Church. Freeman, a retired rancher and pecan grower, died at his home in Sargent Monday morning.

A Rosary will be recited at 7:30 tonight in the Taylor Brothers Funeral Chapel.

The Rev. Father C. J. Martin, pastor of Holy Cross and a long-time friend of Freeman, will officiate at the services. Burial will be in the Matagorda Cemetery, under the direction of Taylor Brothers Funeral Home.

Freeman was born in Sargent on Jan. 7, 1883. His wife, the former Nora Phillips, preceded him in death. Freeman’s only survivors are two sisters-in-law, Miss Olivia Phillips of Sargent, and Mrs. Pearl Freeman of Bay City.

Freeman was well known for his pecan groves, where he cultivated 10 different types of pecans. He also had many varieties of fruit in his orchards.

He was an active member of the Catholic Church and helped get the first Catholic school started. Freeman worked with the Basilian Fathers in this area during their mission work.

Pallbearers will be John Stevens, Elo Werlla, Billy Ham, Frank Daehne, Phillip Bowie and Alton Graham. Honorary pallbearers will be Jim Lewis, Esker McDonald, Arthur Harris and Frank Lewis.

The Daily Tribune, Tuesday, May 14, 1968
 

 

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