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GARDNER,ALBERT JAMES b:03/18/1921 d:11/30/1987 VETERAN WWII

GARDNER,ALMA A. b:12/08/1894 d:11/13/1960
(obit)
GARDNER, A. A.
A.A.Gardner,65,a resident of Odessa,died at 7p.m.Sunday in the Medical 
Center Hospital in Odessa,where he was hospitalized after suffering a 
stroke Nov.8. Born Dec.8,1894 in Purdon,he was married to the former 
EMMA ATKINSON of Comanche in 1910. Then the couple came to Woodson 
where they farmed for 42 years. They moved to Odessa five years ago 
after Mr.Gardner retired. He was a member of the Church of Christ of 
Woodson.Funeral was to be held at the Woodson Church of Christ Tuesday 
at 2p.m.,with George Sullivan minister,officiating. Burial will be at 
Woodson Cemetery under direction of Melton Funeral Home of 
Breckenridge. Survivors are his wife;one daughter,Mrs.NITA HURFORD of 
Woodson;two sons,ALBERT J.of Odessa and DOUGLAS A.of Hobbs,N.M.;two 
brothers,A.E.(a twin of Mr.Gardner's)of Littlefield and J.M.of Deming,
N.M.;two sisters,Mrs.JULIA WOODS of Throckmorton and Mrs.PINEY STONE 
of Terrill;13 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

GARDNER,EMMA C. b:08/18/1892 d:10/12/1978

GARDNER,LILLIAN ROBERT b:03/20/1927 d:10/24/2001

GARNER,SUSAN RUTH b:10/02/1900 d:06/06/1989
(obit)
GARNER, Ruth
Ruth Garner,88,died Tuesday,June 6,1989,at Villa Haven Nursing Home. 
Services were at 2:30p.m.Thursday at Melton Funeral Home Chapel of 
Memories with Jeff Childers,pastor of Jeanette Street Church of Christ 
officiating.Burial was in Woodson Cemetery,directed by Melton Funeral 
Home. Born Oct.2,1900,in Comanche County,she moved to Breckenridge in 
1966 from Crosbyton. She was a domestic worker and a member of the 
Woodson Church of Christ. Survivors include three sisters,GRACE WALKER 
of Woodson,ANNIE TUCKER of Chandler,Ariz.,and EDITH RICHARDSON of 
Dimmitt;two brothers,HOUSTON GARNER of Monahans and BILL GARNER of 
Bakersville,Calif,;and nieces and nephews.Pallbearers were ROYCE BEENE,
STANLEY BEENE,TRACY ELLISTON,WALTER TIMMONS,BOLEY COTTON,ROY BURL 
OLIVER AND CARLTON SULLIVAN.

GAULT,SARAH JANE DICKIE b:01/06/1922 d:03/15/1994

GEIGER,BETH DICKIE b:01/06/1922 d:05/30/1990 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
GEIGER, Beth Dickie
Beth Dickie Geiger,68,of Abilene,died Wednesday,May 30,1990,at 
Hendrick Medical Center.Funeral services were held at 2p.m.Friday,June 
1,1990,at the First Christian Church in Woodson with the Rev.Billy 
McCauley officiating.Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery under the 
direction of Melton Funeral Home.She was born January 6,1922,in 
Woodson. She moved to Abilene in 1954 from Woodson. She was an 
operation supervisor for the Social Security office in Abilene.She was 
a member of the Woodson United Methodist Church and was in the Womens 
Army Corps during World War II.She is survived by one dauther and
son-in-law,NANCY GEIGER and MICHAEL HUSLAGE of Raleigh,North Carolina;
one sister,LYNN D.EDWARDS of Irving;two brothers,GEORGE DICKIE,JR.,and 
WINSTON DICKIE,both of Woodson;two grandsons,AARON and KIRK HUSLAGE of 
Raleigh,North Carolina.Pallbearers were DICKIE GRAY,MIKE EDWARDS,JIM 
LINTNER,EDDIE DICKIE,MIKE DICKIE,CHRIS DICKIE and BUB BACHMAN.
Memorials may be made to a favorite charity and may be left at Melton 
Funeral Home.

GILBERT,JOHN SCOTT b:00/00/1878 d:00/00/1948

GILBERT,LAURA E.COFFEMAN b:00/00/1883 d:00/00/1968

GILBERT,RUBY NELL b:11/26/1913 d:12/15/1925

GILBREATH,ALICE M. b:07/23/1928 d:01/23/1999
(obit) 
GILBREATH, Alice
Alice Gilbreath,70,a former Woodson resident,died Saturday,January 23,
1999,at a San Antonio hospital.Funeral services were at 4p.m.Tuesday 
at the First Baptist Church in Woodson with The Reverend Jimmy Stiles 
officiating.Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery,directed by Melton 
Funeral Home. Mrs.Gilbreath was born on July 23,1928 in Lusk. She 
married SID GILBREATH in May 1948 in Breckenridge. He preceded her in 
death on July 22,1980. She moved to Seguin in 1995 from Woodson. She 
had owned a drug store in Woodson and had worked as a police 
dispatcher in Throckmorton. She was a member of the First Baptist 
Church in Woodson and had been the secretary for the Woodson Volunteer 
Fire Department. She is survived by two daughters,SHARON LEAH 
GILBREATH of Seguin and DEBORAH SUE WILLIS of San Marcos;one sister,
REBA JONES of Woodson;two grandsons,CHRISTOPHER MATTHEW GILBREATH and 
CORY WAYNE WILLIS. Pallbearers were BOBBY MATHIEWS,JERRY JONES,DENNIS 
PEACOCK,LESLIE STONE,JOHNNY STOKER and MARK BLEVINS.

GILBREATH,CORA M. b:00/00/1870 d:00/00/1949

GILBREATH,LLOYD ERVIN b:01/16/1889 d:12/12/1975

GILBREATH,LOYD A. b:05/29/1898 d:11/13/1965 TX.TEC 5 
note:Army headstone ARMORED FORCE
R.T.C.

GILBREATH,MAX EARL b:06/23/1924 d:01/01/1965 VETERAN WWII 
and KOREA

GILBREATH,SIDNEY EDWARD b:01/02/1928 d:07/22/1980

GILES,BEAURIE PARRISH ASKEW b:06/28/1912 d:01/13/1986
(obit) 
GILES, Beaurie
Beaurie Parrish Giles of Bonham,formerly of Woodson,died Monday at the 
Christian Hospital in Paris,following a lengthy illness.Services were 
at 9a.m.Wednesday with Dr.Charles Wade,minister of First Baptist 
Church in Arlington officiating under the direction of Cooper Sorrells 
Funeral Home in Bonham. Graveside services were at 4p.m.Wednesday at 
the Woodson Cemetery in Woodson. Born June 28,1912 to ROBERT BENJAMIN 
ASKEW and PARRISH LITTLE ASKEW,she married VERNON WADE GILES Aug.28,
1957 in Roswell,N.M. She was a housewife and a member of a Baptist 
Church. Survivors include VERNON of the home;one son,TOM BEASLEY of 
Arlington;one daughter,GLENNA PITTS of Bonham;three sisters,Mrs.TID 
EDMONDSON of Bonham,Mrs.TOMMIE MCNATT of Cardell,Okla.,and Mrs.CHARLIE 
LEE SANDERS of Abilene;two brothers,BILL ASKEW of Abilene and TURNER 
ASKEW of Bonham;five grandchildren;and several nieces and nephews.

GODWIN,ETHEL F. b:05/20/1910 d:03/20/1962

GODWIN,WILLIAM W. b:06/22/1902 d:02/22/1975

GOOD,ABBIE b:06/17/1891 d:08/30/1983

GOOD,CHESTER DARRELL b:04/25/1918 d:11/03/2001
(obit)
GOOD, Chester Darrell
Chester Darrell Good,of Woodson,died Saturday,Nov.3,2001,in Stephens 
Memorial Hospital in Breckenridge,at the age of 83 years,6 months and 
nine days. Funeral services were held at 2p.m.Monday,Nov.5,at 
Melton-Kitchens Funeral Chapel in Breckenridge,with Bro.Merv 
Buffington,Bro.Dee Tate and Bro.J.F.Lilly officiating,under the 
direction of Merriman-Archer Funeral Home of Throckmorton. Darrell 
was born April 25,1918,in Carrollton,to JOHN HENRY and ABBIE(VANN)GOOD.
His father owned and operated the Ice Plant in Woodson.He was assisted 
by his sons,D.E.and DARRELL. He worked hard and long hours to keep the 
plant running and to make deliveries to Woodson and rural areas. He 
attended school in Woodson and Breckenridge.He graduated from 
Breckenridge High School in 1937. DARRELL and DOVIE BLUDWORTH were 
married on March 25,1939 in Breckenridge. He worked for Humble
(later named Exxon)Oil Company for 29 years. He was a First Class 
Maintenance employee for Humble before retiring in July,1980. Darrell 
and Dovie moved to Woodson from Perryton in 1980. He was a member of 
the Church of Christ for 45 years. He was a member of the Eastside 
Church of Christ in Woodson. Mr.Good is survived by his wife,DOVIE 
GOOD of Woodson;one daughter,ELWANNA and her husband JERRY HEFLIN of 
Midland;one son,RONNIE GOOD and his wife JOAN of Edmond,Okla.;a sister,
THELMA LANCASTER of Austin;six grandchildren and 13 
great-grandchildren.He was preceded in death by his parents;two 
sisters,LOIS ELLIS in 1993 and ROSETTA LITTLE in 1940;and a brother,
D.E.in 2000.

GOOD,DON EZRA b:12/12/1909 d:02/09/2000 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
GOOD, Don Ezra
Don Ezra Good,90,a former Woodson resident,died Thursday,February 9,
2000,in College Station. Funeral services will be at 2p.m.Saturday,
February 12,at the Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home Chapel of Memories 
with Dee Tate officiating.Burial will be in Woodson Cemetery directed 
by Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home. Mr.Good was born on December 12,1909 
in Carrollton. He was the son of the late Mr.and Mrs.JOHN H.GOOD. 
He moved to Woodson in 1931,being associated with his father in the 
ice buisness for several years.He married MAURINE FOSTER in Woodson on 
June 3,1933.He later owned and operated Good Food Mart in Woodson from 
1949 until 1976. He and his wife moved to College Station in 1983. He 
received his education in Carrollton and Lockney and attended Texas 
A&M University. He served in the U.S.Army from 1941 until 1945,part of 
that time in the European Theatre. He is survived by his wife,MAURINE 
GOOD of College Station;two children,BARRY GOOD and TANA MCCOY of
College Station;and DONNA and MARSHALL SEYMOUR of Anderson;one brother,
DARRELL GOOD and his wife DOVIE of Woodson;one sister,THELMA LANCASTER 
of Austin;five grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers will be C.C.BAKER,JR.,KEITH BOYD,CHRIS CARVELLI,LARRY 
ELLIS,LYNDON FOSTER,RONNIE GOOD,GARY HARGRAVES,DEWAYNE LANCASTER and 
MARSHALL SEYMOUR. Honorary pallbearers will be TRACY ELLISTON,BOBBY 
MATHIEWS,J.C.MATHIEWS and JIMMY OVERCASH.

GOOD,DON EZRA,JR. b:00/00/1940 d:00/00/1940

GOOD,JOHN HENRY b:03/09/1886 d:10/30/1976

GOOD,SANDRA JANICE b:00/00/1938 d:00/00/1938

GOSS,RONNIE RON b:00/00/1949 d:00/00/1988

GOWEN,BENNIE FRY b:00/00/0000 d:00/00/0000

GOWEN,DOROTHY b:00/00/0000 d:00/00/0000

GREGORY,BILLIE INMAN b:00/00/1940 d:00/00/1940

GRIBBLE,O.W."DOC" b:05/28/1900 d:11/06/1980
(obit)
GRIBBLE, O. W.
O.W.(Doc) Gribble,80,of Woodson died at 7:45p.m.Thursday in West Texas 
Medical Center in Abilene. Funeral services were at 2p.m. Sunday in 
Woodson First Baptist Church with the Rev.Steve Melton,pastor,
officiating.Burial was in Woodson Cemetery under the direction of 
Melton Funeral Home. Mr.Gribble was born May 28,1900,in Shinnston,West 
Va. He moved to Woodson in 1927 from West Virginia. He married MYRTLE 
MALEY Oct.7,1933 in Woodson. He owned and operated Woodson Hardware.
He had also worked in the oilfields when he was a young man.He retired 
in 1972. He is survived by his wife of Woodson;four nieces,three 
nephews;several great-nieces and nephews and several great-great 
nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were WALTER TIMMONS,BILL SANDERS,JAMES 
ELLISTON,JERRY HORRY,MARVIN BELLAH and HENRY JONES.

GRIBBLE,ROSA MYRTLE b:02/23/1904 d:07/05/1989
(obit)
GRIBBLE, Myrtle
Myrtle Gribble,85,died Wednesday,July 5,1989,at Lake Country Manor 
Nursing Home. Services will be at 10:30a.m.today,Sat.at Melton Funeral 
Home Chapel of Memories with the Rev.Randy Cook officiating. Burial 
will be in Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton Funeral HOme.Born Feb.
23,1904,in Woodson,she married DOC GRIBBLE Oct.7,1933 in Woodson. He 
died Nov.6,1980.She was a lifetime resident of Woodson,a homemaker and 
a Baptist. She was a member of the Woodson Homemakers Club and the 
Titus Quilting Club.Survivors include two nieces,MAXINE RAMSEY of Fort 
Worth and JO EMMA DICKIE of Woodson;two nephews,CLIFF MALEY of Woodson 
and BARTON MALEY of Fort Worth. Pallbearers will be HENRY JONES,GREG 
MALEY,ZANE LATHAM,WALTER TIMMONS,CHRIS DICKIE,and TRACY ELLISTON. 
Memorials may be made to the Throckmorton Cancer Society or the 
Woodson Cemetery Association and may be left at Melton Funeral Home.

GUILLE,J.A.JR. b:01/23/1925 d:08/18/1943


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HAILEY,JEWEL BUSH b:06/07/1909 d:07/18/1989

HAILEY,JOHN CHARLES b:04/17/1933 d:02/07/1956

HAILEY,NEWMAN RUSSELL b:08/17/1904 d:06/12/1971

HALBERT,ALMA b:03/14/1891 d:10/19/1962

HALBERT,J.MONROE b:10/03/1888 d:05/09/1948

HALBERT,JAMES ARLON b:12/26/1918 d:12/26/1918

HALBERT,WILLIAM B. b:11/14/1919 d:09/05/1955 VETERAN WWII

HALL,BABY b:03/31/1915 d:05/11/1915

HALL,EARL b:12/07/1876 d:10/31/1952

HALL,MARY BROWN b:05/18/1876 d:03/26/1968

HALL,VIRGIL J. b:00/00/1898 d:00/00/1976 VETERAN WWII

HALLER,ALBERT AUGUST "A.A." b:01/20/1880 d:02/23/1959

HALLER,ELIZABETH b:12/28/1883 d:07/21/1962

HALLER,JUANITA LOUISE b:06/02/1919 d:08/31/1927

HALLER,MRS.M.E. b:09/01/1879 d:11/12/1938

HAM,ELIZABETH b:10/24/1858 d:10/06/1927

HAM,JOE b:07/20/1878 d:01/31/1944

HAM,MISS NETTIE b:11/29/1891 d:08/03/1971

HAM,MURRAY F. b:11/03/1851 d:03/11/1940

HAMILTON,EBER A. b:00/00/1860 d:00/00/1944

HAMILTON MARY L. b:00/00/1861 d:00/00/1939

HARLING,MATTIE E.ALLISON b:05/28/1877 d:11/27/1964

HARLING,PIERCE B. b:10/22/1872 d:02/16/1957

HARRIS,FLODELL b:06/22/1909 d:09/06/1956

HARRIS,JOE b:00/00/1880 d:00/00/1946

HARRIS,JOE LEO b:01/12/1903 d:10/26/1980

HARRIS,MAGGIE b:00/00/1883 d:00/00/1965

HARRIS,TREVA JOYCE b:00/00/1928 d:00/00/1941

HARVEY,BESSIE L. WALKER b:03/31/1907 d:03/31/1988
(obit)
HARVEY, Bessie L.
Bessie L.Harvey, 81,of Woodson,died at 12:45a.m.Friday at Villa Haven 
Nursing Home. Services were at 2p.m.Friday at Melton Funeral Home 
Chapel of Memories with Jim Cox,minister of Elliott Street Church of 
Christ officiating. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton 
Funeral Home.Born March 31,1907 in Comanche County,she married WILLIAM 
M.HARVEY June 29,1928,in Woodson.She was a Woodson resident most of 
her life. She was a homemaker and a member of the Church of Christ in 
Woodson.Survivors include her husband of Woodson;one son,MANUEL HARVEY 
of Corpus Christi;two sisters,BONNIE MITCHELL and VELMA MIXON both of 
Breckenridge;two brothers,HORTON WALKER of Roswell,N.M. and GAYLE 
WALKER of Breckenridge;three grandchildren and five 
great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were ALVIN WOODWARD,ROYCE BEENE,BLUE 
BELLAH,EDDIE PUGH,MONROE PUGH,and STANLEY BEENE.

HARVEY,WILLIAM M. b:11/17/1906 d:02/04/1993
(obit)
HARVEY, W. M."SON"
W.M. "Son" Harvey,age 86,of Woodson,died Thursday,February 4,1993,at 
Stephens Memorial Hospital.Funeral services will be at 10a.m.Saturday,
February 6,1993,at the Melton Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with 
Darell Martin officiating.Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery under the 
Direction of Melton Funeral Home. He was born on November 17,1906 in 
Stephens Co.Texas.He married BESSIE WALKER on June 28,1928 in Woodson. 
He had lived in Woodson most of his life. He was a self-employed 
carpenter and a member of the Woodson Church of Christ.He is survived 
by one son,MANUEL HARVEY of Corpus Christi;three sisters,RUBY FORE of 
Aransas Pass,IMA WHITE and VEDA DOAN,both of Breckenridge;two brothers,
J.F.HARVEY,JR.,of Woodson and CHARLIE HARVEY of Ingleside;three 
grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were EDDIE 
HARVEY,PAUL HARVEY,BLUE BELLAH,MONROE PUGH,EDDIE PUGH and JERRY B.
REEVES.

HATCHER,DELLA b:12/25/1896 d:01/03/1942

HATCHER,WILLIAM S. b:04/03/1877 d:no date

HENDRICKSON,DERAL N.SR. b:12/21/1934 d:12/27/1998 U.S.NAVY
KOREA

HERRINGTON,J.B. b:05/08/1915 d:10/03/2002
(obit)
HERRINGTON, J. B.
J.B.Herrington,87,of Woodson,died Thursday,Oct.3,2002,at Graham 
Regional Medical Center. Funeral services will be at 2p.m.Saturday at 
First Baptist Church in Woodson,with the Rev.Jody Sanders officiating. 
Burial will be in the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton-Kitchens 
Funeral Home.He was born May 8,1915 in Lacasa. He married WILMA 
MORRISON Sept.18,1935 in Throckmorton. He was a pumper and a farmer,
having lived on the farm just out of Woodson since April 1922. He was 
a member of First Baptist Church in Woodson. Mr.Herrington is survived 
by his wife,WILMA HERRINGTON of Woodson;one daughter,JEAN EMMERT of 
Mandeville,La.;one son,KEN HERRINGTON of Graham;four grandchildren;
four great-grandchildren;and two step great-grandchildren. He was 
preceded in death by his parents,one brother,and three sisters. 
Memorials may be made to the Woodson Cemetery Assn.,and may be left at 
Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home.

HIBBITTS,SUSIE M. GILBREATH b:11/14/1901 d:05/08/1990
(obit)
HIBBITTS, Susie Mary Gilbreath
Susie M.Gilbreath Hibbitts,88,died May 8,at Throckmorton Nursing 
Center,following a lengthy illness. Funeral services were held May 10,
at 2p.m. at the Woodson Baptist Church,with the Rev.Ricky Mitchell,
pastor,and the Rev.Charles West of Breckenridge officiating. Burial 
was in Woodson Cemetery under direction of Merriman Funeral Home. 
Pallbearers were WELDON LEONARD,ALVIN WOODWARD,L.B.BELLAH,JOE ED 
THOMPSON,DONALD LATHAM and G.J.PEACOCK. Mrs.Hibbitts was born November 
14,1901 in Whon,Coleman County,to HENRY HUSTON and DINA JEANETTE 
RAMSEY. She was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist Church,
Woodson. She had lived in Throckmorton County since 1937. She married 
EARL E.GILBREATH in 1921 and he preceded her in death in 1936.She 
married OTIS HIBBITTS,SR.,in 1941 in Throckmorton County. He died in 
1962. She was also preceded in death by two sons,SIDNEY E.GILBREATH 
and MAX EARL GILBREATH. Survivors include two sons,BOYD GILBREATH of 
Albany and OTIS HIBBITTS,JR.,of Woodson;six sisters,DELLA GILMORE of 
Kerrville,MATTIE FAY HAWK of Denton,ANNIE MCGEE of Renner,IRENE TRUELL
of Santa Anna,DAISEY SPENCE of Richardson and CONNIE BYRNE of Farmers 
Branch;a daughter-in-law,ALICE GILBREATH of Woodson;ten grandchildren 
and seven great-grandchildren.

HIBBITTS,WILKIE C. b:10/12/1999 d:10/12/1999
(obit) 
HIBBITTS, Wilkie Cleavern
Wilkie Cleavern Hibbits,infant son of BRUCE and CHRISTY HIBBITTS of 
Woodson,Texas died Tuesday,October 12,1999 in Graham General Hospital.
Graveside services were held Friday,October 15,1999 at 4p.m.in the 
Woodson Cemetery in Woodson,Texas with the Rev.Joel Sanders 
officiating and under the direction of Merriman-Archer Funeral Home 
of Throckmorton,Texas. He was born October 12,1999 in Graham General 
Hospital.Survivors include his parents,BRUCE and CHRISTY HIBBITTS of 
Woodson;a brother,COLTON HIBBITTS of Woodson;maternal grandparents,
BILL and PAM DAY of Woodson;paternal grandparents,OTIS and DELORA
HIBBITTS of Woodson;maternal great-grandmothers,LOUISE ROBERTS of 
Woodson,and MARY PRESTON of Fort Worth;aunts and uncles.

HICKS,GENARTY B. b:09/13/1896 d:06/17/1909

HICKS,S.C. b:03/24/1852 d:03/13/1910

HIGHT,AVA KAY b:09/03/1953 d:00/00/1987
(obit)
HIGHT, Ava Kay
Ava Kay Hight,33,died at 9:30a.m.,Friday at Hendrick Medical Center in 
Abilene. Services were at 3p.m.Sunday at Melton Funeral Home Chapel of 
Memories with the Rev.Johnny Griffith,pastor of the Peoples Church,
officiating. Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton 
Funeral Home. Born AVA KAY ROBERTS,Sept.3,1953,in Gorman,she married 
TERRY HIGHT,Aug.30,1968 in Breckenridge. She was a waitress and a 
Baptist. Survivors include her husband of the home;two daughters,TERRI
RENEE'HIGHT and PAULA GAIL HIGHT,both of Breckenridge;one son,CHARLES 
ALEXANDER HIGHT of Breckenridge;three sisters,SHEILA MAE BOLAND and 
ELRAY DAVIS OF BRECKENRIDGE and NITA FAYE GERRARD of North Carolina;
two brothers,JOE FRANK ROBERTS of Alpine and GARY WAYNE ROBERTS of 
Colmesneil and her mother,PAULINE ROBERTS of Breckenridge. Pallbearers 
were LARRY MINKS,JAMES ATKINSON,JOHNNY WATSON,C.C.STOKER,JIM OVERCASH 
and TRACY ELLISTON.

HILL,JOHN CHARLES b:03/13/1913 d:10/21/1982

HOLLOWAY,ELIZABETH b:12/24/1874 d:05/01/1950

HOLMES,JAMES JOSEPH "JOE" b:00/00/1902 d:02/11/1925 VETERAN WWI
note: Army headstone
son of W.D.and EUGENIA ELIZABETH GARNER HOLMES

HOLTON,SUSAN LILIAN JONES b:00/00/1875 d:00/00/1965

HOOTEN,MAUDE MAY b:04/23/1904 d:08/19/1998
(obit) 
HOOTEN, Maude Latham
Maude Latham Hooten,eldest child of a third generation Texas farm 
family,died August 19,1998 at 94 years of age from complications of 
Alzheimers.Funeral sevice will be held at 10:00a.m.,Tuesday,Aug.25,at 
the Jeannette Street Church of Christ in Breckenridge with Monroe 
Teague and Lyndon Latham officiating. Burial will be in the Woodson 
Cemetery under the direction of Melton Funeral Home.Born at home April 
23,1904 in Hurst Springs,Coryell County,Texas to TOM(TJ)and LULA
BRADY LATHAM,she was the first born of nine children. Texas was her 
lifelong residence. In 1907 her family traveled by covered wagon to 
Throckmorton County. Maude remembered the always-lit latern swinging 
back and forth,night and day,in the top of the wagon to keep her baby 
brother,J.D.warm. Maude waited to start first grade until her one year 
younger sister,VELMA,could go too. Since their father wanted his 
children to be near,he dedicated part of his land for school use. It
was called Master/Pleasant Hill School and initially had one teacher 
for all grades. Her father was a "pretty firm" man.Maude's mother was 
of Irish heritage and a lot more relaxed. "Mama" was a contented 
full-time homemaker raising eight children,(and at times raising 
grandchildren)and always a hard-working farm wife her entire life. 
Maude remembered being baptized,with VELMA,in a large stock tank,when 
she was about 12. She rode in her first car at the age of 10.As young
adults,she and VELMA were sent to Gunter Bible College(North of 
Ft.Worth),where they boarded. There she met another student RICHARD 
HOOTEN,and married him in 1924. He needed and accepted a teaching 
position in a rural school and,as a new bride,she was expected to 
follow him,and she did,but as a subordinate teacher at lower pay. When 
her marriage became unworkable,she took full responsibility for her 
two pre-teen children,borrowed tuition from her parents and returned 
to Texas Tech to complete her Bachelor's degree in Home Economics 
Education and later earned a Master's degree from Texas Woman's 
University with a major in Clothing & Textiles. For over thirty-five 
years,she was an active teacher in primary education and later was a 
teacher of adult students. She taught the classes that women really 
wanted,which made for a diverse class schedule and sometimes 
necessitated her learning "just ahead of or at the same time as" her 
students. She was a very loving woman,not in the physical sense,but in 
the caring sense. Her family was the center of her life,and she did 
well by them.They and her church always came before business. A 
constant participant in the Church of Christ,she greatly enjoyed 
singing the hymns with a strong,warm rich voice. She was responsible,
tenacious,intelligent,and enormously energetic despite the ravages of 
Alzheimers.She is survived by her daughter,EXA FAY HOOTEN of Abilene;
her son,ALTON R.HOOTEN and wife MARGARET of Portland,Oregon;two 
sisters,Mrs.SYBIL WOODWARD,of Breckenridge and Mrs.NELDA DUKES of 
Allison;five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Memorials may 
be made to donor's favorite charity and may be left at Melton's 
Funeral Home.

HORTMAN,SARAH MARGARET b:00/00/1889 d:00/00/1940

HORTON,ADA ODESSA b:02/28/1905 d:11/19/1977

HORTON,ARDENA BIGGS b:07/05/1875 d:11/16/1952

HORTON,D.B. b:00/00/1866 d:00/00/1940

HORTON,ED b:01/28/1880 d:02/27/1960

HORTON,H.H. b:09/17/1851 d:12/04/1934

HORTON,HARRY H. b:03/23/1904 d:10/12/1970
(obit)
HORTON, Harry H.
Graveside services were held Wednesday afternoon for Harry H.Horton,64,
Wichita Falls,in Woodson. Rev.Henry Sallery,pastor of First United 
Methodist Church of Woodson,officiated. Horton was born March 23,1904,
in Hunt County,Tex.,and retired in 1969 as assistant manager after 28 
years with the Wichita Falls Production Credit Association. He was 
associated for 18 years with the Woodson State Bank. Horton came to 
Wichita Falls in 1941. He died Monday. Survivors include his wife,
ODESSA;two sons,DEWEY G. of Wichita Falls and CHARLES R.of Miami,Fla.;
his mother,Mrs.OLLIE HORTON of Woodson;a brother,CONNER OF wynnewood,
Okla.;an uncle,Z.T.PILGREEN of Woodson,Tex.;and three grandchildren.

HORTON,JOHN T. b:02/22/1886 d:12/10/1917

HORTON,MARY NIX b:00/00/1896 d:00/00/1947

HORTON,OLLIE G.CORDELIA b:04/05/1885 d:06/14/1972
(obit)
HORTON, Ollie
Mrs.Ollie Cordelia Horton,of Woodson,died at the age of 87,at the 
Crestview Nursing Home June 14,1972 at 7:30a.m. She was born,April 5,
1885 in Paris,Arkansas to Mr.and Mrs.ZERRELL PILGREEN. She married SOL 
A.HORTON,May 11,1904 in White Rock,Texas and moved to Throckmorton 
about 1906.Her husband preceded her in death in 1959. Funeral services 
were in Woodson Methodist,where she was a member,Thursday,June 15th at 
3:00p.m.with Rev.James Merrell officiating. Interment was in Woodson 
Cemetery. Survivors include one son,CONNER HORTON;one brother,Z.P.
PILGREEN;four grandsons,six great-grandchildren.

HORTON,ORA REEVES b:04/17/1883 d:11/09/1979

HORTON,PAULINE JENKINS b:08/27/1911 d:05/09/1996
(obit)
HORTON, Pauline Jenkins
Pauline Jenkins Horton,84,died Tuesday,April 9,1996,in Bristol,
Virginia. Funeral service was held at 2p.m.Friday,at the First 
Christian Church in Woodson with John Greeson officiating. Burial 
followed in the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton Funeral Home. She 
was born on Aug.27,1911 in Albany,Texas,the daughter of the late IDA 
ARNDT JENKINS and JAMES HOWE JENKINS. She married SAM HOUSTON HORTON 
on December 10,1933 in Albany. He preceded her in death on Dec.18,1979.
She had lived in Woodson for 45 years and in Rule for 13 years before 
moving to Tennessee. She was a homemaker and a member of Woodson 
Methodist Church.She is survived by one daughter,PAULA OLIVER of Rule;
one son,JAMES HORTON of Bluff City,Tennessee;seven grandchildren;and 
eight great-grandchildren.

HORTON,SAM HOUSTON b:09/22/1911 d:12/17/1979

HORTON,SOL A. b:02/28/1881 d:01/28/1959

HORTON,W.C. b:05/31/1872 d:08/27/1941

HOUSE,ESTER b:07/18/1886 d:11/13/1960

HOUSE,JIM b:12/18/1892 d:11/07/1979

HOUSTON,FRANCINE b:10/20/1923 d:10/20/1923

HOUSTON,HAZEL D. b:02/28/1903 d:08/14/1987

HOUSTON,JOHN M. b:01/18/1903 d:03/06/1967

HOUSTON,ROBERT b:06/03/1900 d:01/28/1907

HUGHES,ADA CROUSEN SMITH b:09/05/1897 d:12/16/1989
note:obit under Smith,Ada Crousen Hughes

HUGHES,ELMER LEE b:12/26/1895 d:03/09/1984 VETERAN WWI
(obit)
HUGHES, Elmer Lee
Elmer Lee Hughes,88,of Woodson,died at 9:30p.m.Friday at Stephens 
Memorial Hospital.Funeral services were held at 3p.m.Sunday at Central 
Church of Christ in Woodson under the direction of Melton Funeral Home.
Trine Starnes of Houston officiated with burial following at Woodson 
Cemetery. Born Dec.26,1895 in the Austin area,he moved to Woodson in 
1908.He married ESSIE LETA TUGGLE June 13,1917 in Woodson. A farmer 
and carpenter,he was a veteran of World War I,having served in the 
Army. A member of Central Church of Christ in Woodson,he was a past 
elder of the church. He is survived by his wife of Woodson;a daughter,
WANDA LYNN TIMMONS of Woodson;a granddaughter,VICKI ANN SCHMITT of 
Woodson;a great-grandson,JOSHUA TIMMONS SCHMITT of Woodson;two sisters,
GLADYS HARLOW of Decatur and LAURA LEONARD of Lubbock;and one brother,
GILMER HUGHES of Baird.

HUGHES,ESSIE LETA b:09/23/1896 d:04/28/1999
(obit)
HUGHES, Essie
Essie Hughes,age 102,died Wednesday,April 28,1999,at Throckmorton Care 
Center.Funeral services were held at 3p.m.Friday at the Woodson Church 
of Christ with Darrell Martin officiating.Burial was in the Woodson 
Cemetery directed by Melton Funeral Home. Mrs.Hughes was born 
September 23,1896 in Comanche County to JAMES LAFETTE and NANCY 
VICTORIA WALKER TUGGLE.She married ELMER LEE HUGHES on June 3,1917 in 
Woodson. She was a member of the Church of Christ,a homemaker and a 
long-time Woodson resident.She is survived by one granddaughter,VICKI 
CARRUTHERS of Waller;a great-grandson,JOSH SCHMITT of Brenham;nieces 
and nephews.She was preceded in death by her husband,ELMER LEE HUGHES 
in 1984,and a daughter,WANDA TIMMONS in 1997. Pallbearers were LESLIE 
STONE,ROY BURL OLIVER,STANLEY BEENE,ROYCE BEENE,CHARLES JONES and 
DANNY JONES.

HUGHES,ETTIE LEOTA b:08/07/1875 d:03/22/1962

HUGHES,LILLIAN GERTRUDE b:08/01/1900 d:09/02/1971
(obit)
HUGHES, Lillian Gertrude
Funeral services for Mrs.Lillian Gertrude Hughes,71,were held at 2p.m. 
Monday in the Chapel of Memories with Jimmy Cox,minister of the 
Elliott Street Church of Christ,officiating. Burial followed in the 
Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Melton Funeral Home. Born 
LILLIAN GERTRUDE TUGGLE Aug.1,1900 in Comanche,she married JAMES 
EDWARD HUGHES. He died May 30,1945. Mrs.Hughes was a member of the 
Church of Christ. Survivors include one daughter,Mrs.LAVERNE MULLENIX 
of Woodson;one son,BILLY WAYNE of Denver,Colo.;two sisters,Mrs.ELMER 
HUGHES of Woodson and Mrs.A.T.MARTIN of Stamford;three brothers,JAMES 
TUGGLE of Abilene,OTTO TUGGLE of Woodson and RAY TUGGLE of Fort Worth;
and two grandchildren,JAMES HUGHES of Houston and BILLY K.HUGHES of 
New York City.Pallbearers were ZOHN MILAM,ROY BURL OLIVER,J.L.PEVEY,
PETE REID,BILL SANDERS,and GEORGE WEST.

HUGHES,JAMES E. b:00/00/1900 d:05/30/1945

HUGHES,JAMES EDWARD b:05/01/1869 d:01/06/1960

HUGHES,JERRY b:05/27/1846 d:04/03/1931

HUGHES,R.A. b:09/26/1922 d:10/10/1923

HUGHES,VELMER MAY b:08/25/1905 d:10/29/1911

HUNT,EDNA LUCILLE b:10/17/1920 d:12/28/2002
(obit)
HUNT, Edna Lucille
Edna Lucille Hunt,82,died Saturday,Dec.28,2002,at an Abilene Hospital.
Funeral services were held Tuesday at Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home 
with Rev.Bob Harrison officiating.Burial followed in the Woodson 
Cemetery. Hunt was born on Oct.17,1920 in Odessa. She married OSCAR 
LEE HUNT in 1939.He preceded her in death in 1959.She was a Baptist. 
She is survived by one daughter,MARSHA FULFORD of Breckenridge;six 
sisters,LOU VENEKAMP and FOREST JO LESTER,both of Woodson,LOUIS COVEY 
of Ranger,GINGER DAWSON of Ranger,SUE PRICE of Cisco and LORAINE 
CHAMBLES of Madera,Calif.;two brothers,HENRY ROGERS of Comanche and
HARRY ROGERS;eight grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Hunt was 
preceded in death by her husband,three sons,one sister and four 
brothers.

HURFORD,ALMA NITA b:07/24/1913 d:01/04/1998
(obit)
HURFORD, Alma Nita
Alma Nita Hurford,84,of Woodson,passed away Sunday,January 4,1998 at 
Stephens Memorial Hospital.Funeral services were held Tuesday,January 
6,at 2p.m. at Melton Funeral Home with the Rev.Bob Gardner officiating.
Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Melton 
Funeral Home. Mrs.Hurford was born on July 24,1913 in Comanche County.
She married BILL HURFORD SR.,October 26,1933 in Stephens County. He 
preceded her in death on November 1,1971. She was a longtime Woodson 
resident and a seamstress for Davis Manufacturing. She is survived by 
two daughters,BILLIE HURFORD REEDY of Bedford and HELEN HURFORD 
SULLIVAN of Woodson;four sons,BILL HURFORD,JR.,of Woodson,GARY HURFORD 
of Arlington,DON MICHAEL HURFORD of Bloomington Grove and RONALD KIM 
HURFORD of Breckenridge;19 grandchildren;36 great-grandchildren;and 
one great-great-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her parents 
and two brothers. Pallbearers were JOHNNY VICKERS,JAY REEDY,JOHN REEDY,
RODNEY SULLIVAN,GARY SULLIVAN,DARRELL SULLIVAN,RORY PEACOCK,DAVID 
HURFORD and JERRY JOHNSON.Honorary pallbearers were the rest of her 
grandchildren.

HURFORD,WILLIAM B."BILL" b:11/07/1911 d:11/01/1971 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
HURFORD, Bill
Bill Hurford,59,Woodson pecan contractor,died of an apparent heart 
attack at 9:30a.m.Monday at his home in Woodson. He had been in 
failing health for four years. Funeral services will be held at 3p.m. 
Wednesday in the Methodist Church in Woodson with the Rev.Merrill,
pastor,officiating. Burial will follow in the Woodson Cemetery under 
the direction of Melton Funeral Home.Born Nov.7,1911 in Woodson,he 
lived there all of his life,except for four years in the Navy in World 
War II. He married NITA GARDNER on Oct.26,1933 in Breckenridge. 
Survivors include his wife;two daughters,Mrs.RICHARD C.SULLIVAN of
Woodson,and Mrs.LEON REEDY of Fort Worth;four sons,KIM of the home,
GARY of Tyler,BILL,JR.of Breckenridge,and MIKE of Nacogdoches;three 
sisters,Mrs.RUTHIE STOKER and Mrs.BERTIE LIPPS,both of Woodson and Mrs.
GEORGE CONDRON of Throckmorton;a brother,JIM of Woodson and 13 
grandchildren.Pallbearers will be WAYNE HURDORD,J.M.STOKER,JAMES LIPPS,
BILL HOLLIDAY,BILL SANDERS and JOHN LEE PEVEY.

HURFORD,WILLIAM B.JR. b:12/19/1938 d:03/06/2003
(obit)
HURFORD, William B.Jr.
William B.Hurford,Jr.,age 64,died Thursday,March 6,2003 at his 
residence in Woodson,Texas. Services were held Saturday,March 8,2003 
at 10:00a.m. at Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home in Breckenridge. The Rev.
Michael Patrick of First Christian Church of Woodson officiated.Burial 
followed in the Woodson Cemetery,under the direction of the 
Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home.Mr.Hurford was born December 19,1938 in 
Woodson. He married GLORIA BOYD on October 26,1959 in Graham. He was 
an inspector for R.E.DYE Manufacturing. He is survived by his wife,
GLORIA HURFORD of Woodson;daughters MELISSA VICKERS of Woodson and 
MELANIE ANDERSON of Albany;sisters,BILLIE RITA REEDY of Bedford,HELEN 
SULLIVAN of Woodson;brothers,MIKE HURFORD of Corsicana and KIM HURFORD 
of Breckenridge;six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. William 
was preceded in death by his parents,WILLIAM B.HURFORD,SR. and NITA 
GARDNER HURFORD and by a brother,GARY HURFORD. Memorials may be made 
to the Building Fund of the First Christian Church of Woodson and may 
be left at the funeral home.

J

JAMES,NATHANIEL b:00/00/1889 d:00/00/1942

JEFFCOAT,UNKNOWN no date no date

JENKINS,IDA BLANCHE ARENDT b:01/05/1877 d:07/16/1970
(obit)
JENKINS, Ida Arendt
Mrs.J.H.Jenkins,93,was buried in the Woodson cemetery after services 
at 3p.m.Saturday in the Melton Chapel of Memories.She died at 2:40p.m.
Thursday in Crestview Nursing Home in Throckmorton. Rev.Bob Thompson,
pastor of the First Baptist Church in Woodson,officiated. Mrs.Jenkins,
a resident of Woodson since 1958,was born IDA BLANCHE ARENDT on 
January 5,1877 in Kansas. She married J.H.JENKINS in Albany in 1905. 
He preceded her in death on May 9,1963. Mrs.Jenkins moved to Woodson 
after having lived in Seymour for 24 years. She was raised in 
Shackelford County,having been brought there by her parents from 
Pennsylvania when only three years old. She continued to live in that 
county for 54 years,and had a record of 35 years of teaching Sunday 
School in Shackelford and Baylor Counties. She was a member of the 
First Baptist Church. One daughter,Mrs.SAM HORTON of Woodson survives. 
Mrs.C.H.ARENDT of Stephenville,a sister-in-law,P.G.AGNEW of Odessa,a 
brother-in-law,two grandchildren and four great grandchildren,also 
survive. Pallbearers were MILFORD HASKINS,TONY LITTLE,JOHNIE RICE,OTTO 
TUGGLE,SID GILBREATH and L.B.BELLAH.

JENKINS,JAMES HOW b:08/29/1879 d:05/09/1963

JERNIGAN,EMMETT L. b:00/00/1879 d:00/00/1937

JERNIGAN,LELA b:00/00/1881 d:00/00/1962

JOHNSON,MARY L. b:06/07/1827 d:10/17/1909

JONES,A.T."BUSTER" b:04/21/1906 d:01/14/1984
(obit)
JONES, A. T.
Funeral services were held Sunday at 2p.m. in the First Baptist Church 
in Woodson for A.T."BUSTER"Jones,77,who died at 5:50a.m. Saturday in 
Stephens Memorial Hospital. The Rev.Charles West,pastor of Bethany 
Baptist Church,officiated,assisted by Rickey Mitchell,pastor of the 
First Baptist Church in Woodson and Alan Jones,grandson. Born April 21,
1906 in Callahan County,he married MAUDE SCOTT,Jan.3,1926 in 
Breckenridge. He moved to Throckmorton County in 1914 and to Woodson 
in 1920.He was a farmer and trucker and a member of the First Baptist 
Church in Woodson. He also was on the board of directors of Woodson 
Independent School District several years and on the board of 
directors for Woodson Community Center. Survivors include his wife of 
Woodson;one daughter,LENDA MAE MORRIS of Fort Worth;six sons,ROY DALE 
JONES and DELBERT JONES of Breckenridge;JERRY JONES and HENRY D.JONES,
Woodson;LEON D.JONES,Haskell and A.T."PETE"JONES,JR.,of Albany;three 
sisters,DADIE PARROTT of Woodson,AMY JERNIGAN of Monahans, and WAUNITA 
BOUDREAUX of San Angelo;16 grandchildren and 7 great-grand-children. 
One son,three sisters,and four brothers preceded him in death. 
Pallbearers were JERRY JONES,LARRY JONES,ED HARRIS,DANNY JONES,ALAN 
JONES,ERIC MORRIS,ANDY JONES,CHAD JONES, and GREG MORRIS. TRACY ASHER 
and PHIL DEVENPORT were honorary pallbearers.

JONES,ALMEDA b:12/06/1907 d:12/18/1907

JONES,ANNIE B. b:00/00/1873 d:00/00/1967

JONES,ARCH JAMES b:07/04/1903 d:11/17/1981

JONES,AVIR JANE LAFORGE b:09/26/1904 d:05/27/1976

JONES,BABY no date no date

JONES,BABY no date no date

JONES,BILLY EUGENE b:06/30/1927 d:12/05/1927

JONES,DAVID A.SR. b:00/00/1870 d:00/00/1936

JONES,DAVID A.JR. b:02/13/1909 d:11/29/1985
(obit)
JONES, David
David A.Jones,Jr.,a 76 year old Breckenridge resident died Friday 
afternoon in Lake Country Manor Nursing Home. Funeral services were 
Dec.1 at 2p.m. at the Chapel of Grace of Morehart Mortuary with the 
Rev.Leo Brooks,pastor of Trinity Baptist Church officiating. Burial 
followed in the Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Morehart 
Mortuary, Born Feb.13,1909 in Woodson,he attended schools in Woodson 
and had worked in a carbon black plant in Eunice,N.M. and in the 
oil-fields in Amarillo before moving to Breckenridge in 1979. He had 
worked as a security guard for Texas American Bank before his 
retirement.He was a member of the Church of Christ. He was preceded in 
death by two wives,SYBIL MAPLES JONES in 1972 and AVERY JANE MILLER 
JONES in 1977. He was also preceded in death by seven brothers and 
three sisters.He is survived by numerous nieces and nephews.
Pallbearers were FRANK GARCIA,SETH HART,JOE ROBERTS,JR.,MARK STACY,
ALAN STEWART and FRED ZIMMERHANZEL.

JONES,EDITH E. b:06/13/1904 d:05/28/1994
(obit)
JONES, Edith E.
Edith E.Jones,89,died Friday,May 28,1994,at DeLeon Nursing Home in 
DeLeon,Texas.Funeral services will be held at 2p.m.Sunday,May 29,at 
the Melton Funeral Home Chapel of Memories.Burial will be in the 
Woodson Cemetery,directed by Melton Funeral Home. She was born June 13,
1904,in Parker County,Texas. She married LEE ROY JONES January 20,1924 
in Goree. He preceded her in death November 9,1965.She was a licensed 
vocation nurse and a member of the First Baptist Church in Woodson. 
She is survived by three sons,TROY E.JONES of Newcastle,Oklahoma,JOE D.
JONES of Albany and PAUL D.JONES of Breckenridge;six sisters,RUBY,
TRUDY,BILLIE,JOY,JOANN and LOY;five brothers,WILLIAM TRIMBLE,ELMER 
TRIMBLE,DELMER TRIMBLE,BOBBY JACK TRIMBLE and J.H.TRIMBLE;13 
grandchildren,21 great-grandchildren and five 
great-great-grandchildren.

JONES,ELLA b:08/31/1870 d:02/02/1960

JONES,FAYE EVELYN b:09/02/1913 d:05/05/1979

JONES,FOY b:12/12/1930 d:01/21/1931

JONES,FRANKY JEWELL b:04/24/1899 d:09/27/1961

JONES,GEORGE W.JR. b:10/28/1929 d:11/23/1933

JONES,GEORGE WILEY b:01/13/1896 d:03/28/1956 VETERAN WWI

JONES,JAMES BEDFORD "J.B." b:12/18/1877 d:01/08/1940

JONES,J.C. b:04/06/1834 d:10/14/1912

JONES,JAMES F. b:02/10/1940 d:08/04/1970

JONES,JOSIE A.EDWARDS b:03/13/1886 d:12/28/1965

JONES,LEE ROY b:01/07/1902 d:11/09/1965

JONES,LILLIE M.FUNDERBURK b:05/29/1897 d:12/14/1982
(obit)
JONES, Lillie M.
Lillie M.Jones,85,of Woodson died after a long illness at 11p.m.
Tuesday at Rice Springs Care Home in Haskell. Services will be at 2p.m.
Friday at Melton Funeral Home. The Rev.Fred Porter of First Baptist 
Church will officiate.Burial will be at Woodson Cemetery. Born LILLIE 
MAE FUNDERBURK May 29,1897 in Crystal Falls,she married ROY JONES 
April 11,1915. He died April 16,1971. She had lived in the Woodson 
area most of her life.She was a homemaker and member of First Baptist
Church. A daughter,FREDA PHILLIPS and a son,ROBBIE,preceded her in 
death. Survivors include eight daughters,MONA BEARD and LOIS MISER,
both of Rule,LUCILLE OTT of Fritch,NORENE JONES of Sweetwater,
CHRISTINE ALSUP of Gravette,Ark.,MURIEL SWING of Worland,Wyo.,WANDA 
GAGE of Fort Worth and GERRY GRAY of Irving;a son,ORVIE of Woodson;a 
brother,EDDIE LEE FUNDERBURK of Breckenridge;26 grandchildren;62 
great-grandchildren;and three great-great-grandchildren. Grandsons 
will be pallbearers.

JONES,LYNNANN QUINTON b:03/19/1947 d:09/16/2002

JONES,MARIE M.HARDIN b:05/19/1918 d:01/01/2002
(obit)
JONES, Marie M.
Marie M.Jones,83,of Lubbock,died Tuesday,Jan.1,2002,at Lubbock 
Hospitality House. Graveside services were held at 10:30a.m.Friday at 
the Woodson Cemetery,directed by Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home,with 
Charles Kuhn officiating. She was born May 19,1918 in Newcastle. She 
married SAM QUENTIN JONES on Aug.20,1938 in Breckenridge. She moved to 
Lubbock in 1973 from Muleshoe.She graduated from Woodson High School 
in 1936. She had been a cafeteria worker for the Lubbock Independent 
School District. Mrs.Jones is survived by her husband,SAM QUENTIN 
JONES of Lubbock;two daughters, and one son-in-law,LYNANN JONES of 
Lubbock and WONETTE and LOYD OWEN of Lubbock;three grandchildren and 
eight great-grandchildren.

JONES,MARSHALL b:09/17/2900 d:08/22/1912

JONES,MAUDE b:10/14/1904 d:03/04/1988
(obit)
JONES, Maude
Maude Jones,83,died Friday at Stephens Memorial Hospital.Services 
were at 2p.m.Sunday at First Baptist Church with the Rev.Rickey 
Mitchell officiating,assisted by the Rev.Benny Evans.Burial was in 
the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton Funeral Home. Born in New 
Albany,Miss.,she married A.T.(BUSTER) JONES Jan.3,1926,in Breckenridge.
He died Jan.14,1984.She moved from Breckenridge to Woodson in 1926. 
She was a homemaker and a member of the Little Flock Primitive Baptist
Church. Survivors include a daughter,LENDA MAE MORRIS of Fort Worth;
six sons,LEON D.JONES of Haskell,A.T."PETE"JONES of Wichita Falls,ROY 
DALE JONES and HENRY D.JONES,both of Woodson;five sisters,BESSIE 
ELROD of Palestine,OMA HOBBS of Hobbs,N.M.,AGTHA SCHRODER of Redding,
Calif.,and GYONA TOLAND and RUTH SAFFEL,both of Wayland;a brother,
HUBERT SCOTT of Bisbee,Ariz.,;16 grandchildren and 13 
great-grandchildren. Children served as pallbearers. Memorial may be 
made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society which may be left at Melton 
Funeral Home.

JONES,NORENE b:08/28/1919 d:10/02/1995
(obit)
JONES, Norene
Norene Jones,76,died Monday,October 2,1995 at Hendrick Medical Center 
in Abilene. Funeral services were held on Wednesday October 4,at 2p.m. 
at First Baptist Church in Woodson with Rev.James Wilson,officiating.
Burial followed in Woodson Cemetery.Mrs.Jones was born on August 28,
1919 in Young County.She grew up in Woodson and attended schools in 
the Huffstuttle community and Woodson.She graduated from Woodson High 
School. She attended LVN school in Sweetwater in 1964-65. She married 
JEFF JONES in Woodson on March 4,1939.He preceded her in death on 
January 22,1976. They moved to Sweetwater in 1954.She had worked at 
Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital from 1965 until 1985.She was a member 
of Lamar Street Baptist Church.Survivors include one son;ROYCE JONES 
of Woodson;three daughters,KAY WALTON and CAROLE SPRADLIN both of 
Sweetwater and LINDA PREJEAN of Port Arthur;six sisters,CHRISTINE 
ALSUP of Gravette,Arkansas,LOIS MISER and MONA BEARD both of Rule,
MURIEL SWING of Worland,Wyoming,WANDA GAGE of Fort Worth and GERRI 
GRAY of Irving;fifteen grandchildren and eighteen great-grand-children.
She was preceded in death by her parents,two brothers,three sisters,
one son,one daughter,two grandchildren and two great grandchildren. 
The family requests that memorials be made to Woodson Cemetery.
Memorials may be left at Mortehart Mortuary in Breckenridge.

JONES,ORVIE E. b:03/01/1916 d:06/01/1988
(obit) 
JONES, Orvie E.
Services for Orvie E.Jones,a 72 year old former Woodson resident,were 
at 2p.m.Saturday at First Baptist Church in Woodson with the Rev.Ricky 
Mitchell,pastor officiating. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery directed 
by Morehart Mortuary.He died Wednesday,June 1,1988 in Elk City,Okla.
Born March 1,1916,in Huffstuttle Community in Young County,he attended 
schools in Young County.He had worked as a ranch hand and had lived in 
Woodson,since the early 1950's and moved to Elk City in May of 1987.He 
was a member of the First Baptist Church of Woodson.Survivors include 
one daughter,PATSY WADDINGTON of Devon,England;three sons,CURTIS JONES 
of Elk City,ORVIE D.JONES of Graham and ARLIE JONES of Marshall 
Islands;eight sisters,LUCILLE OTTS of Fritch,MURIEL SWING of Worland,
Wy.,LOIS RAE MISER and MONA BEARD,both of Rule,CHRISTINE ALSUP of 
Gravitt,Ark.,NORENE JONES of Sweetwater,GERALDENE GRAY of Irving and 
WANDA GAGE of Fort Worth;19 grandchildren and three 
great-great-grandchildren.The family requests memorials be made to the 
Woodson Cemetery Association and may be left at Morehart Mortuary. 
Pallbearers were W.B.HURFORD JR.,RONNIE MITCHELL,JIM OVERCASH,LARRY 
SULLIVAN,BRAD WHITAKER and GLEN WILLIAMS.

JONES,OSWALD ROY b:07/13/1892 d:04/16/1971
(obit)
JONES, O. R.
O.R.Jones,78,retired Woodson farmer,died at 2:55a.m.in Throckmorton 
County Memorial Hospital where he had been a patient since suffering a 
stroke March 13.Funeral services were held at 4p.m.Saturday in Woodson 
First Baptist Church with the Rev.Bob Thompson,pastor,officiating.
Burial was in Woodson Cemetery under direction of Melton Funeral Home. 
Born July 3,1892,in Versailles,Mo.,he married LILLIE MAY FUNDERBURK 
April 11,1915 in Crystal Falls. They moved to Woodson in 1950 from
Young County. He was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include 
his wife;nine daughters,Mrs.A.D.OTTS of Fritch,Mrs.T.J.JONES of 
Sweetwater,Mrs.LEROY ALSUP of Gravetta,Ark.,Mrs.GLENN MISER and Mrs.
ROY GAGE,both of Fort Worth,Mrs.MURIAL WINCHESTER OF wORLAND,wyo.Mrs.
W.M.BEARD of Rule,Mrs.H.R.PHILLIPS of Sundown and Mrs.DON GRAY of 
Irving;a son,ORVIE of Woodson;a sister,Mrs.CARL SIMPSON of Cisco;a 
brother,LLOYD of Eliasville;27 grandchildren and 30 
great-grandchildren. A daughter and a son preceded him in death. 
Grandsons were pallbearers.

JONES,RAYMOND L. b:09/19/1926 d:07/18/1928

JONES,ROBBIE M. b:08/23/1933 d:12/14/1967

JONES,SALLY K. b:00/00/1878 d:00/00/1961

JONES,SAM QUENTIN b:11/30/1919 d:11/04/2004 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
JONES, Sam Quentin
Sam Quentin Jones,84,died Thursday,Nov.4,2004,at a Lubbock hospital.
Graveside services were Monday,Nov.8,at the Woodson Cemetery with 
Charles Kuhn,officiating,under the direction of Melton-Kitchens 
Funeral Home. Mr.Jones was born on Nov.30,1919 in Woodson. He married 
MARIE HARDIN on Aug.20,1938 in Woodson. He was a carpenter and a U.S.
Navy veteran of World War II. Mr.Jones is survived by a daughter,
WONETTE OWEN of Lubbock,three grandchildren and nine 
great-grandchildren.He was preceded in death by his parents,wife and 
daughter.

JONES,SAMUEL EDWARD b:00/00/1894 d:00/00/1963 VETERAN WWI

JONES,SAMUEL F. b:00/00/1875 d:00/00/1946

JONES,SARAH ELIZABETH b:03/01/1835 d:01/16/1918

JONES,SARAH F. b:00/00/1877 d:00/00/1961

JONES,THOMAS J."JEFF" b:03/17/1913 d:01/22/1976 VETERAN WWII

JONES,TURNER b:03/11/1911 d:03/22/1911

JONES,UNA R.LATHAM b:08/02/1907 d:08/21/1997
(obit)note:headstone reads Latham,Una 
JONES, Una R. Latham
Una R.Latham Jones,age 90,died Tuesday,Aug.19,1997,in an Amarillo 
Nursing Center. Funeral service was held at 2p.m.Thursday,Aug.21,at 
the Jeanette Street Church of Christ in Breckenridge with Odell Farr 
and Gene Shelburne officiating.Interment was in the Woodson Cemetery 
directed by Melton Funeral Home.She was born August 2,1907 in Robert 
Lee,Texas. She had lived in Breckenridge for over 60 years before 
moving to Amarillo two years ago. She was a homemaker and a longtime
member of Jeanette Street Church of Christ. She married J.D.LATHAM 
September 14,1928.He preceded her in death.She married WESLEY W.JONES 
on Feb.14,1980. Survivors include her husband,WESLEY W.JONES of 
Amarillo;a daughter,ELWANNA COLLINS of Midland;two sons,JOE LATHAM 
and LYNDON LATHAM,both of Amarillo;12 grandchildren and 17 
great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son,GARTH LATHAM,a 
granddaughter and a great-grandson.Memorials may be made to the 
Christian Relief Fund and may be left at Melton Funeral Home.

JONES,W.D.JR. b:05/20/1916 d:05/20/1916

JONES,WALTER J. b:01/30/1898 d:06/20/1958

JONES,WILEY DANIEL"DAN" b:03/04/1861 d:12/28/1943

JONES,WILLIAM A. b:02/03/1902 d:09/25/1976



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KANADY,FRANCIS F. b:00/00/1888 d:00/00/1975

KANADY,UNKNOWN no date no date

KANADY,UNKNOWN no date no date

KARL,A.N."PETE" b:02/27/1908 d:02/34/1975
(obit)
KARL, A. N.(PETE)
Services for A.N.(Pete)Karl,an employee of Phillips Petroleum Company 
here,will be held at 4p.m.today in Satterwhite's Chapel of Grace. Mr.
Karl,66,died at 8p.m. Sunday in Stephens Memorial Hospital after a 
brief illness. The Rev.Harry Grantz,pastor of the First Baptist Church 
will officiate. Burial is to be in Woodson Cemetery. Mr.Karl was born 
Feb.27,1908 in Hamilton and married MARY COLE in July 7,1928,in 
Lampasas.They moved from Fort Worth to Breckenridge in 1946. Mr.Karl 
is survived by his wife;a daughter,Mrs.AL SIMMONS of Breckenridge;a 
son,JERRY KARL of Breckenridge;a brother,LOUIS of Throckmorton;two 
sisters,Mrs.W.L.CLARK of Wenatchee,Wash.,and Mrs.ARCH JONES of Woodson;
his stepmother,Mr.W.C.PENNELL of Throckmorton;six grandchildren;and a 
great-grandchild.Pallbearers will be WAYNE PERRY,RAY HOWELL,JOE CLARK,
LEON CURTIS,O.C.HEAIRREN and H.L.CAWTHRON.

KARL,GLADYS b:07/16/1912 d:07/13/1987
(obit)
KARL, Gladys
Gladys Karl,74,died July 13 at Stephens Memorial Hospital.Services 
were at 4:30p.m.Wednesday,July 15,at the Melton Funeral Home Chapel of 
Memories in Breckenridge with David Kelly,minister of Jeanette Street 
Church of Christ officiating. Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery 
directed by Melton Funeral Home.Born July 16,1912 in Travis County,she 
married J.B.KARL,May 6,1929 in Throckmorton County. He died in 1980. 
She had lived in the Woodson area all of her life. She was a housewife
and a member of the Jeanett Street Church of Christ. Survivors include 
two daughters,Mrs.ELWANNA OLIVER and JEAN PEACOCK both of Woodson;one 
son,HOLLIS D.KARL of Breckenridge;two sisters,DORA MAE ODOM of Mineral 
Wells and DOSSIE VASTERLING of Abilene;five brothers,L.T.HALLER of 
Elgin,CARSON HALLER of Abilene,ALBERT HALLER of Odessa,FRED HALLER of 
Joshua AND A.L.HALLER of Seminole;nine grandchildren and nine 
great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two sisters.
Pallbearers were grandsons and grandson-in-law. Honorary pallbearers 
were DERECKA KARL and DARREN KARL.

KARL,J.B."NIG" b:07/27/1907 d:06/11/1980

KARL,L.W. b:00/00/1884 d:00/00/1937

KARL,MARY JANE b:04/17/1909 d:10/30/1979

KELLY,MRS.ROSETHA CLAUDIE b:06/07/1908 d:04/01/1937

KERBY,ROY LEE b:00/00/1912 d:09/11/1977

KEY,NETTIE b:00/00/1886 d:00/00/1970

KEY,RAYMOND b:05/02/1919 d:03/04/1920

KEY,WILLIAM b:00/00/1977 d:00/00/1964

KINCAID,CLARA b:10/15/1905 d:12/25/1984

KINCAID,JAY b:06/19/1908 d:02/20/1987
(obit) 
KINCAID, Jay
Jay Kincaid,78,died at 11:40a.m.Friday at Villa Haven Nursing Home. 
Services were at 2p.m. Sunday at Melton Funeral Home Chapel of 
Memories with Leigh Bunkley officiating.Burial was in Woodson Cemetery 
directed by Melton Funeral Home.Born June 19,1908 in Texas,he married 
CLARA DOWNING Sept.28,1938 in Throckmorton. She died Dec.25,1984. He 
came to Breckenridge in 1946 from Woodson and had been employed by 
Stephens County Precinct 4 and was in the grocery business. Survivors 
include two sisters;FLORENCE HODGES of Big Spring and HAZEL CORNELIUS 
of Joshua;two brothers,RUBEN KINCAID of Grayford and JUNIOR KINCAID of 
Hobbs,N.M. Pallbearers were ARLAN ALLIN,BILLY WAYNE WHITE,JACK WHITE,
JACK SULLIVAN,J.M.STOKER and GEORGE WEST.

KING,AVA TAYLOR b:07/03/1902 d:09/23/1993
(obit)
KING, Ava
Ava King,91,life member of the Breckenridge Garden Club,died Thursday 
in a local nursing home. Services will be at 10a.m.Saturday in the 
First Christian Church with Dr.Charles Hamilton,officiating.Burial 
will be in Woodson Cemetry,directed by Melton Funeral Home. Born in 
Woodson,Mrs.King moved to Breckenridge from Graham in 1936. She was a 
homemaker and member of the First Christian Church.She was the widow 
of C.G.KING SR. Survivors include one daughter,SHIRLEY LOCKETT of 
Richardson;one son,CHANDOS KING of Breckenridge;two sisters,ANNA BELL 
SHEPPARD of Breckenridge and BETTY JONES of Crane;one brother,R.D.
TAYLOR of Breckenridge;five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to First Christian Church or a favorite charity 
and left at the funeral home.

KING,CHANDOS GAINES,SR. b:07/03/1902 d:09/21/1990
(obit)
KING, C. G., Sr.
C.G.King,Sr.,88,died at 3:50p.m.Friday,September 21,1990,at Villa 
Haven Nursing Home. Funeral services were held at 10a.m.Monday,
September 24,1990,at First Christian Church with Rev.Charles Hamilton 
officiating.Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton 
Funeral Home. He was born July 31,1902 in Woodson. He married AVA 
TAYLOR Sept.2,1922 in Woodson. He moved to Breckenridge in 1936 from 
Graham. He was the owner of King Appliance,a member of the First 
Christian Church and a member of the Breckenridge Masonic Lodge. He is 
survived by his wife,AVA KING of Breckenridge;one daughter,SHIRLEY 
LOCKETT of Richardson;one son,CHANDOS KING,JR.,of Breckenridge;five 
grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were ROBIN 
ROMINGER,BILL EVANOFF,CHARLES DOLLINS,BILL DUPREE,PAT THOMPSON,KENNETH 
BURNS,BILL KILLION and PHIL PITIZER. Honorary pallbearers were JIM 
ROMINGER,ALBERT RECK,MACK FUNDERBURK,CECIL MAYES,GERALD MCNALLEN,
STEVE LINDLEY,DON STRIEGEL,W.D.BAREFIELD,DEAN COCHRAN and the elders 
of the First Christian Church.Memorials may be made to the D.G.King,Sr.
Memorial Fund of the First Christian Church and my be left at the 
funeral home.

KING,LEROY WILLINGHAM b:00/00/1907 d:00/00/1923

KING,MAMIE LOU b:00/00/1883 d:00/00/1948

KING,MANDA LEE b:06/30/1928 d:07/21/1928

KNOY,ROBBIE MAE LITTLE b:08/17/1920 d:11/17/1985
(obit)
KNOY, Robbie Mae Little
Robbie Mae Little Knoy was born Aug.17,1920 at Woodson,Texas to 
BLANCHE and OLEN LITTLE. She was the fourth of six children. She was 
preceded in death by PAULINE in infancy,in 1913,and JOHNE in 1964 and 
both parents. On Oct.3,1942,she married WILLIE E.KNOY at Wheeler,Texas.
Robbie is survived by her husband;sons WILLIAM T.KNOY,Center Point and 
RONNIE N.KNOY,Amarillo;sisters MOZELLE SMITH,Throckmorton and VANADA 
LITTLE Woodson;one brother,BILL LITTLE,McCamey.Other family members 
include three granddaughters and two grandsons,four nephews and three 
nieces. Robbie worked in the Methodist Church since 1942.She became 
an Eastern Star in 1938 and worked at all levels and up to State 
offices. In 1976,she was State teacher of the year in New Mexico. She 
served on the National Committee of Office Education Association for 
two years.She was the first president of New Mexico Vocational 
Teachers Association.She wrote the installation ceremony for State 
office Education officers and worked with this group from its 
inception until she retired in 1979. Robbie served on the State 
Textbook selection committee for eight years.She worked with the Order 
of Rainbow for Girls as a member of the advisory board for 26 years,
Mother Advisor for 8 years,Grand Cross of Colors degree,American 
Legion Auxillary,Women's Society of Christian Service and was a member 
of countless local,state and national professional organizations. She 
taught school in Woodson,Lazbuddie,Levelland,Tuscola and for 26 years 
at Hagerman,N.M. She also taught at Roswell High School,Eastern New 
Mexico University and New Mexico Western. Robbie passed away Nov.17,
1985 at Throckmorton County Memorial Hospital after some ten weeks 
during which she was bedfast.She continued to be cheerful and suffered 
no pain. Pallbearers were JOHNNE LITTLE,TERRY LITTLE,SCOTT LITTLE,BUB 
BACHMAN,MAX PEVEY,JIMMY OVERCASH,JAMES ELLISTON and WINSTON DICKIE.
Honorary pallbearers were,ETHELENE CRARY,RUBY ELLISTON,SIBYL RIDLEY,
MODENA HORRY,DOVEY GOOD,SYBLE WOODWARD,KITTY OVERCASH,SHIRLEY FORREST,
ANNIE MAE OVERCASH,JO EMMA DICKIE,RAY DICKIE and ARNOLD CRARY.

KOONCE,WILLIAM E. b:10/27/1917 d:10/26/2002 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
KOONCE, William E.
William E.Koonce,84,of Woodson,died Saturday,Oct.26,2002,at a Wichita 
Falls hospital.Graveside services were held at 2p.m.Tuesday at the 
Woodson Cemetery,with the Rev.Charles O.Fisher officiating,directed by 
Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home. He was born Oct.27,1917,in Wanette,Okla.,
to NOAH ROBERT and ALICE PERRIN KOONCE.He married JOAN CAMPBELL Nov.21,
1970 in Graham.He moved to Woodson in 1975 from Higgins. He was a 
driller,a Methodist and a U.S.Army veteran of World War II. He was a
lifetime member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and was an avid 
fisherman and gardener. Mr.Koonce is survived by his wife,JOAN KOONCE 
of Woodson;one stepson,JOHN NORTHAM of Throckmorton;one brother,
WILBURN KOONCE of Blanchard,Okla.;two step-grandchildren,JOHN BRANDON 
LEE NORTHAM and SUSANNE MAY;five step-great-grandchildren;and one 
step-great-great-grandchild.He was preceded in death by one sister and 
one brother.


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LANCASTER,BILLY F. b:04/19/1926 d:11/25/1964 VETERAN KOREAN
WAR

LANCASTER,JAMES M. b:07/22/1879 d:12/06/1966

LANCASTER,MABRA FRANKLIN b:08/09/1900 d:07/20/1987

LANE,KRISTI LYNN b:12/12/1975 d:01/28/1979
(obit)
LANE, Kristi
Kristi Lane,3,died at 4:45p.m.Sunday at Stephens Memorial Hospital 
after a sudden illness. Funeral sevices were at 2p.m.Tuesday in 
Melton Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with Jimmy Cox,minister of the 
Elliott Street Church of Christ officiating.Burial was in Woodson 
Cemetery under the direction of Melton Funeral Home.She is survived by 
her parents,Mr.and Mrs.CLYDE LANE;a brother,STACY;maternal 
grandparents,Mr.and Mrs.JEWEL RIDLEY of Woodson;paternal grandmother,
CHLOE ASKINS of Dill City,Okla.;and maternal great-grandparents,Mr.and 
Mrs.CLAUDE HARRIS of Benton,Ark. Pallbearers were ROGER MCMULLEN,TREY
PELLIZZARI,EDDIE POTEET and JAMES DUGGAN.

LATHAM,CAMERON GARTH b:08/20/1929 d:05/07/1981

LATHAM,HILMON"POP" b:07/28/1911 d:02/09/1990
(obit)
LATHAM, Hilmon
Hilmon Latham,78,of Woodson,died Friday morning,February 9,1990,at his 
residence. Services will be held at 3p.m.Sunday,February 11,1990,at 
the Melton Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with C.E.Morris officiating.
Burial will be in Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Melton 
Funeral Home. Born July 28,1911,in Throckmorton County at the Masters 
Community,he married LUCILE GRAY,November 4,1934 in Stephens County. 
He was a lifetime Throckmorton County resident,farmer and rancher.
He was a member of the Shady Oaks Church of Christ in Graham.He served 
on the board of directors of the Brazos Telephone Co-op from 1968-1988.
He was on the board of directors of the Federal Land Bank.He was a 30 
year member of the United States Weather Bureau Records and a member 
of the U.S.Department of Commerce National Oceanic and Atmospheric 
Admin. He was an Honorary Chapter Farmer of Woodson and 1983 member of 
Stephens County Friend of 4-H Award. Survivors include his wife,LUCILE 
LATHAM of Woodson;two daughters,GUAN BLACKERBY of Irving and KEITHA 
TATE of Pilot Point;six sons,DONALD LATHAM of Breckenridge,KENNETH 
LATHAM of Throckmorton,POWELL LATHAM of Childress,QUEIN LATHAM of 
Reelsville,Ind.,CRUZ LATHAM and ZANE LATHAM both of Clyde;one brother,
AUSTIN LATHAM of Earth;four sisters,MAUD HOOTEN of Abilene,ESTA SPAIN 
of Monahans,SYBIL WOODWARD of Woodson and NELDA DUKES of Allison;22 
grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by 
one son,T.J.LATHAM,one daughter,REMONIA CARYLON,two brothers,J.D.and 
WELDON LATHAM;and one sister,VELMA WOLFE. Pallbearers will be RALPH 
BLACKERBY,TYLE LATHAM,SHELDON TATE,CHRIS LATHAM,KEVIN LATHAM,and TODD 
LATHAM. Honorary pallbearers will be BRANDON LATHAM,TEE JAY LATHAM,BEN 
CALEB LATHAM,QUINTEN BLACKERBY,BUDDIE LATHAM,DOW LATHAM and WESLEY 
LATHAM.

LATHAM,IDA CAROLINE b:09/15/1854 d:02/01/1940

LATHAM,J.D. b:00/00/1907 d:00/00/1968

LATHAM,JAMES b:11/19/1845 d:01/02/1928

LATHAM,JAMES CALLOWAY b:09/22/1886 d:08/04/1964

LATHAM,JAMES FRANCIS b:10/29/1921 d:06/05/1953

LATHAM,LILLIE BELL SHELTON b:10/24/1891 d:03/30/1968

LATHAM,LORI LYN b:11/25/1969 d:11/30/1969
(obit)
LATHAM, Lori Lyn
Graveside rites for Lori Lyn Latham,5 day old daughter of Mr.and Mrs.
GARTH LATHAM of 319 S.Park,will be at 2p.m.Tuesday in Woodson Cemetery.
Lyndon Latham,minister of the Fairlane Church of Christ in Amarillo 
will officiate.Burial will be under direction of Melton Funeral Home 
in Breckenridge. The infant,born Nov.25,1969 in Breckenridge was dead 
on arrival at Stephens Memorial Hospital at 8:45p.m.Sunday. Survivors 
include the parents;sisters,SHERRY and HOLLY;and a brother,CAMERON,all 
of the home;her maternal grandmother,Mrs.FAYLA BROWN of Breckenridge;
paternal grandmother,Mrs.UNA LATHAM of Breckenridge;maternal 
great-grandmother,MRS.CLEO ALLISON of Breckenridge;and paternal 
great-great-grandmother,Mrs.FANNIE BRADY of Canyon.

LATHAM,LUCILLE b:08/07/1918 d:08/05/2002
(obit)
LATHAM, Lucile
Lucile Latham,83,died Monday,Aug.5,2002,at her residence.Funeral 
services will be held at 10a.m.Thursday at the Jeanette Street Church 
of Christ,with Marlin Bynum and Portis Ribble officiating.Burial will 
be in the Woodson Cemetery,directed by Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home. 
She was born Aug.7,1918,in Stephens County. She married HILMON LATHAM 
on Nov.4,1934 in Stephens County. He preceded her in death Feb.9,1990. 
She moved to Breckenridge in 1997 from Woodson. She was a homemaker 
and a member of the Jeanette Street Church of Christ. Mrs.Latham is 
survived by two daughters and sons-in-law,GUAN and FRANK BLACKERBY of 
Daingerfield AND KEITHA and EARL TATE of Corinth;six sons and 
daughters-in-law,DONALD LATHAM of Breckenridge,KENNETH LATHAM of 
Woodson,CRUZ and PAM LATHAM of Baird,ZANE and DIANA LATHAM of 
Westcliff,Colo.,POWELL LATHAM of Breckenridge,and QUEIN and SUSIE 
LATHAM of Reelsville,Ind.;three sisters and brothers-in-law,HAZEL and 
WEATHERFORD NORTON of Mariposa,Calif.,DOT and GEORGE CRUZEN of 
Redlands,Calif.,and NELL and JIM MORGAN of Abilene;a brother and 
sister-in-law JOE and ADENA GRAY of Malvern,Ark.;22 grandchildren;39 
great-grandchildren;numerous nieces and nephews;two daughters-in-law,
EVA LATHAM and VALENE LATHAM and her especially beloved caregiver,
JEARLENE JONES. She was also preceded in death by a daughter,REMONIA 
CAROLYN LATHAM;a son,T.J.LATHAM;her parents,JOSEPH WILSON and ALMA 
TRUESDELL GRAY;and by a sister and brother-in-law,MYNA and AL LATIN. 
Pallbearers will be RALPH BLACKERBY,KYLE LATHAM,SHELDON TATE,CHRIS 
LATHAM,KEVIN LATHAM,TODD LATHAM,BRANDON LATHAM,TEE JAY LATHAM,and BEN 
LATHAM. Honorary pallbearers will be QUENTIN BLACKERBY,BUDDIE LATHAM,
DOW LATHAM and WES LATHAM. Family visiation will be held at the 
Jeanette Street Church of Christ on Thursday after the funeral service.

LATHAM,LULA MAY b:07/08/1885 d:03/12/1968

LATHAM,REMONIA CAROLYN b:10/26/1954 d:10/26/1954

LATHAM,THOMAS JEFFERSON"TOM"b:09/22/1880 d:01/06/1949

LATHAM,THOMAS JOSEPH"T.J." b:06/15/1937 d:02/06/1972
(obit)
LATHAM, T. J.
Funeral services for Thomas Joseph Latham,34,were held at 2p.m. Monday 
with burial in Woodson Cemetery. Mr.Latham died at 5:15a.m.Sunday 
following an apparent accidental shooting at his home Saturday evening.
Latham,accounting supervisor for Texas Electric Service Co. was 
admitted to Stephens Memorial Hospital about 6:30p.m.Saturday. He had 
been shot in the forehead. No official ruling in the death has been 
made.Funeral services were held in Melton Chapel of Memories with Bill
Teague,minister of Williams Street Church of Christ and Houston Green 
of Durango,Okla.,officiating. Mr.Latham,a graduate of Woodson High 
School was born in Silverton,June 15,1937. He was an active Future 
Farmer While in school. He married MARTHA REECE Aug.7,1959 in Woodson.
Before becoming associated with Texas Electric Service Co.,he was 
employed by the First National Bank for 10 years. Mr.Latham was a 
member of Williams Street Church of Christ,and was active in the 
Little League baseball program,a director of the Breckenridge Bass 
Club and worked with the local county 4-H clubs. Survivors are his 
wife;a daughter,TANYA and a son KYLE;two sisters,Mrs.FRANK BLACKERBY 
of Irving,and Mrs.EARL TATE of Paradise;six brothers,DONALD of 
Breckenridge,KENNETH of Plano,CRUZ of Lake Jackson,ZANE of Arlington,
POWELL of Paradise and QUEIN of Woodson. He is also survived by his 
parents,Mr.and Mrs.HILMON LATHAM of Woodson and his maternal 
grandmother,Mrs.ALMA EDWARDS of Abilene. Pallbearers were STAN FULLER,
J.T.CARTER,BILL LASATER,DUB COOPER,TOM WARD and R.D.TAYLOR.

LATHAM,T.W."WELDON" b:00/00/1927 d:00/00/1927

LATHAM,UNA R.JONES b:08/02/1907 d:08/21/1997
(obit under Jones,Una R.)

LEDBETTER,BABY b:05/02/1906 d:08/16/1906

LEE,DONA b:00/00/1896 d:00/00/1982

LEE,ELBERT BRYAN b:09/09/1896 d:11/10/1960
(obit)
LEE, E. B.
Elbert Bryon Lee,64,of Woodson died in Throckmorton Memorial Hospital 
Thursday,Nov.10,after an illness of several years.He was born Sept.9,
1896 at Edna,Texas. He came to Throckmorton County from Coryell County 
in 1906. He was a farmer and lived near Woodson until a few years ago 
when he moved into Woodson. Survivors include his wife of Woodson,the 
former DONA WHITAKER;one son,WAYNE LEE of Alburquerque;two daughters,
Mrs.MARVIN BELLAH,Woodson and Mrs.D.L.STROUD,Midland;three brothers,
CLYDE of Grand Prairie,MILTON of Woodson and EARL of Midland;three 
sisters,Mrs.LELA GARNER,Deming.N.M.,Mrs.EULA CHAMBERS,KERRVILLE and 
Miss IRENE LEE of Breckenridge;and 7 grandchildren. Funeral services 
were held in the First Baptist Church in Woodson,Saturday,Nov.12 at 
2p.m. with the Rev.C.R.Burt,former pastor of the church and now of 
Abilene,in charge of the service. Merriman Funeral Home of 
Throckmorton was in charge of arrangements. Burial was in Woodson 
Cemetery.Nephews were pallbearers.

LEE,INFANT b:09/29/1947 d:09/27/1947
"infant of Thomas Ollin and Lometa May(Allen)Lee"

LEE,INFANT b:05/09/1949 d:05/09/1949
"infant of Thomas Ollin and Lometa May(Allen)Lee"

LEE,IRENE b:09/13/1913 d:02/16/1989

LEE,JAMES HARVEY b:02/14/1872 d:10/25/1943

LEE,JUANITA E."NETER"GARNER b:10/25/1910 d:03/03/1970
(obit)
LEE, Juanita E.
Funeral Services were held Thursday at 2:30p.m. in the Chapel of 
Memories for Mrs.BILL LEE,59,of Woodson,who died in a Throckmorton 
Hospital Tuesday. Calvin White,minister of Loving Highway Church of 
Christ in Graham officiated. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery under the 
direction of Melton Funeral Home.Born Oct.22,1910 in Eastland County,
she married WILLIAM M.LEE in Woodson in 1936.They returned to Woodson 
in 1968 after living in Crosbyton for several years. Mr.LEE died in
February,1969. Survivors include a daughter,Mrs.JAMES SCOGGINS of 
Lubbock;five sisters,Miss RUTH GARNER and Mrs.S.J.WALKER,both of 
Woodson,Mrs.HARVEY EDLER of Bowie,Mrs.PAUL TUCKER of Chandler,Ariz.,
and Mrs.HARDY RICHARDSON of Hereford;three brothers,HOUSTON GARNER of 
Wink,AUSTIN of New Boston and BILL of Littlefield;three grandchildren.

LEE,LEMANUEL CLYDE b:04/21/1906 d:09/09/1971

LEE,LINNIE E. b:12/11/1911 d:02/22/2000

LEE,LOMETA MAY b:09/24/1915 d:03/19/1970
(obit)
LEE, Lometa May
Funeral services were held Saturday at 2p.m. in Satterwhite's Chapel 
of Grace for Mrs.Lometa May Lee,54,905 North Coakwood who died 
Thursday at 2:55p.m. in Stephens Memorial Hospital. She had been ill 
the past two years and had been seriously ill for the past few weeks. 
Harry Weaver officiated and burial was in Woodson Cemetery under the 
direction of Satterwhite Funeral Home. Born Sept.24,1915 in Comanche 
County,she came to Breckenridge from Woodson and had lived in this 
community since 1957. Survivors include five daughters,Mrs.W.A.CARLTON 
of Pasadena,Mrs.CLIFFORD SANDERS,Mrs.BETH MEREDITH,Miss BARBARA 
SELLERS and Mrs.JAMES BOLAND all of Breckenridge;two sons,MARSHALL 
LEE of Lampkin and EDWARD LEE of Clyde;two brothers,W.R.ALLEN of 
Stephenville and LAWRENCE ALLEN of Big Spring;one sister Mrs.SIDNEY 
ERVIN of Odessa and 17 grandchildren. Pallbearers were O.E.BRADFORD,
JIMMY SPENCER,T.J.LATHAM,BILL HUFFORD,GLENN TAYLOR,JR.,HOYT MCBRIDE 
and OWEN WOODWARD.

LEE,MARION WILLIAM"BILL" b:12/22/1906 d:02/07/1969

LEE,MARY ELIZABETH b:09/09/1875 d:01/09/1918

LEE,MILTON CLAUDE b:10/06/1910 d:06/06/1979

LEE,OCIE EARL b:09/01/1903 d:12/15/1977

LEE,OCIE ELMER b:09/17/1927 d:01/15/1951

LEE,RUBY C. b:09/03/1906 d:05/14/2002
(obit)
LEE, Ruby C.
Ruby C.Lee,95,a former Woodson resident,died Tuesday,May 14,2002,in 
Tucson,Ariz. Funeral services were held at 11:30a.m. Monday at the 
Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home Chapel of Memories,with Charles Kuhn 
officiating. Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery,directed by 
Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home.She was born Sept.3,1906 in Young County. 
She was a homemaker and a Methodist. Mrs.Lee is survived by one 
daughter,JOYCE COAPLAND of Longmont,Colo.;two sons,JAMES LEE OF 
Tucson,Ariz.,and TROY LEE of Ben Wheeler;nine grandchildren;and many 
great-and great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her 
husband,EARL LEE;a son,OCIE LEE;and by sisters and brothers.

LEE,THELMA GLADYS b:02/23/1908 d:11/21/1957

LEE,THOMAS OLLIN b:07/27/1909 d:01/13/1997
(obit)
LEE, Tom O.
Tom O.Lee,87,died Monday,January 13,1997,at Stephens Memorial Hospital.
Funeral services will be at 10a.m. Wednesday,January 15,at the Melton 
Funeral Home Chapel of Memorials with Pastor Danny Lee officiating. 
Burial will be in the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton Funeral Home.
He was born on July 27,1909 in Jack County,Texas.He married LOMETA MAY 
ALLEN. She preceded him in death in 1970. He was a longtime 
Breckenridge resident,a roustabout and a farmer.Survivors include five 
daughters,BETTY J.CARLTON of Pasadena,BARBARA FOX of Rising Star,
NORENE RUST,BETH PHILYAU and RUTH ANN BOLAND,all of Breckenridge;one 
son,EDDIE LEE of Sulphur Springs;two sisters,DORA WYATT of 
Breckenridge and L.V.LEE of Amarillo;four brothers,BENNIE LEE of 
Breckenridge,JOHNNIE LEE of North Carolina,JIMMIE LEE of South Bend 
and ROWE LEE of Ivan;34 grandchildren and 66 great-grandchildren. 
He was also preceded in death by one son,MARSHALL O.LEE. Memorials 
may be made to the Senior Citizens and those memorials may be left at 
Melton Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be GORDON LEE,THERON LEE,GLENN 
LEE,KIRK SANDERS,RICKEY KILLION and CRAIG STEPHENSON.

LENOIR,CAROLYN b:03/23/1926 d:04/12/2004 VETERAN WWII
(obit) 
LENOIR, Carolyn
Carolyn Lenoir,78,of Woodson,died Monday,April 12,2004 at her 
residence.The body was cremated and a memorial service will be held at 
Melton Kitchens Funeral Home at 2p.m. on Thursday,April 15,2004 with 
Rev.Thomas Squires officiating. She was born on March 23,1926 in 
Southland,Texas to JAMES BOYD MILLER and MYRA LOUISE GOODE MILLER.She 
married ERNEST WALDON LENOIR on February 5,1949 in Woodson.He preceded 
her in death on January 10,1997. She had worked as a secretary for Ben 
Dean Sr.,and was a homemaker.She was a U.S.Womens Army Corp Veteran of 
WWII. She is survived by three daughters,JANE ELLEN LENOIR of Woodson,
MARY ANN ALLISON of Arlington and MYRA GAY LENOIR of Dallas;two sons,
JACOB LENOIR of Strawn and JAMES THOMAS LENOIR of Arlington;five 
grandchildren,LAURA MARIE ROBINSON of Woodson,CAROLYN ELIZABETH 
ALEXANDER of Woodson,JACOB ROBERT ALEXANDER of Woodson,WILL ALLISON of 
San Antonio and MAKAYLA LENOIR of Strawn.

LENOIR, Ernest Waldon b:11/13/1917 d:01/10/1997 VETERAN WWII
(obit) 
Ernest Waldon Lenoir,79,of Woodson,died Friday,January 10,1997,at his 
residence. Funeral service was held at 3p.m. Monday,January 13,at the 
St.Andrews Episcopal Church with Rev.Carter Croft officiating.Burial 
was in the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton Funeral Home. He was 
born on Nov.13,1917 in Crosbyton,Texas. He married CAROLYN MILLER on 
February 5,1949 in Woodson. He was a longtime Woodson resident. He 
worked in maintenance for the West Texas Municipal Water District. He 
was a U.A.Army Veteran of World War II. He is survived by his wife,
CAROLYN LENOIR of Woodson;three daughters,JANE ELLEN ALEXANDER of 
Woodson,MARY ANN ALLISON of Arlington and MYRA GAY LENOIR of Dallas;
two sons,BILL JAKE LENOIR of Strawn and JAMES THOMAS LENOIR of 
Arlington;two sisters,ESTELLA HUDSON of Bangs and ADDILINE DAVIS of 
Mexico;and five grandchildren. He was preceded in death by two sisters,
KATIE THOMAS and EVA MAE BAUGH. Pallbearers were DEWEY WOODWARD,ROY 
BURL OLIVER,STANLEY BEENE,CHUCK COOK,J.C.MATHIEWS and CLINT HARPER.

LENOIR,JAKE b:00/00/1880 d:00/00/1946

LENOIR,JESSIE b:00/00/1893 d:00/00/1969

LEONARD,RICHARD ROYCE b:04/11/1926 d:11/08/1926

LILLY,LORENE OVERCASH b:11/07/1895 d:08/25/1981
(obit)note:headstone reads Overcash,Lorene
LILLY, Lorene
Lorene Overcash Lilly,85,of Woodson,died at 10:55p.m.Tuesday in 
Throckmorton County Memorial Hospital after a long illness.Services 
will be at 3:30p.m. Thursday at Woodson Church of Christ,directed by 
Melton Funeral Home of Breckenridge. Mike Cox will officate.Burial 
will be in Woodson Cemetery. Born LORENE NEWTON Nov.7,1895 in Taylor 
County,she came to Woodson in 1912 from Haskell. She was a housewife 
and a member of Woodson Church of Christ. Survivors include four sons,
FOYE and GENE OVERCASH,both of Grayford,WADE OVERCASH of Phoenix,Ariz.,
and JIM BILL OVERCASH of Woodson;a sister,MAUDE BYRD of Houston;10 
grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren.

LIPPS,ALBERTA b:03/31/1904 d:01/20/1988
(obit)
LIPPS, Alberta
Alberta Lipps,83,died Wednesday at Stephens Memorial Hospital.Services 
were at 2p.m. Friday at Merriman Funeral Home Chapel in Throckmorton 
with the Rev.Mike Schaffer officiating.Burial was in Woodson Cemetery. 
She was a lifetime resident of Throckmorton County and a retired 
lunchroom cook. She was a member of the Methodist Church and the 
widow of KIRBY LIPPS. Survivors include a son,JAMES LIPPS of Woodson;
five daughters,HAZEL MATHIEWS of Woodson,BILLIE JOHNSON of San Antonio,
BARBARA HOLT of Kennedale,YVONNE HARRISON of Lockhart and EVONNE 
CRUDGINGTON of Breckenridge;11 grandchildren and 16 
great- grandchildren.

LIPPS,HENRY KIRBY b:12/06/1904 d:12/03/1986
(obit)
LIPPS, H. Kirby
H.Kirby Lipps,81,died at 6:25p.m. Wednesday at Humana Hospital in 
Abilene. Services were at 2p.m. Friday at Melton Funeral Home Chapel 
of Memories with the Rev.Mike Shafer,pastor of Woodson Methodist 
Church officiating. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery under the direction 
of Melton Funeral Home. Born Dec.6,1904 in Belton,he moved to 
Throckmorton County from Breckenridge in 1955. He was a farmer,an 
oilfield worker and had worked for Tolles Laundry and Cleaners until 
his retirement in 1965. He was a member of the Woodson Methodist 
Church. Survivors include five daughters,HAZLE MATHIEWS of Woodson,
BILLIE JOHNSON of San Antonio,BARBARA HOLT of Kennedale,WYVONNE 
HARRISON of Lockhart and EVONNE CRUDGINGTON of Breckenridge;one son,
JAMES LIPPS of Woodson;three sisters,RUBY FARRIS of Slayton,BESSIE 
TAYLOR of Lubbock and FRANKIE FAULKNER of Carlsbad,N.M.;one brother,
VANCE LIPPS of Slayton;13 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. 
Grandsons were pallbearers.

LITTLE,ALTON CURTIS"TONY" b:03/13/1910 d:12/03/1986 VETERAN WWII

LITTLE,BLANCHE GERTRUDE b:10/07/1893 d:11/10/1985
(obit)
LITTLE, Blanche
Blanche Little,92,of Woodson died Nov.10,1985 in Throckmorton Hospital.
Services were at 2p.m. Monday at First Christian Church in Woodson 
with the Rev.Diane Caughron,officiating.Burial was in Woodson Cemetery 
with arrangements under direction of Merriman Funeral Home. Mrs.Little 
was born Oct.7,1893 in Houston County. She was a retired United States 
Postal worker.She and OLEN LITTLE were married Jan.3,1909 in Woodson. 
He preceded her in death in 1956. Survivors include three daughters
MOZELLE SMITH and ROBBIE KNOY of Throckmorton and VANADA LITTLE of 
Woodson;a son,BILL LITTLE of McCamey;nine grandchildren;and several 
great-grandchildren.

LITTLE,ETHEL D. WALKER b:06/24/1921 d:12/06/2003
(obit)note:headstone reads Walker,Ethel
LITTLE, Ethel Dempsey Walker
Ethel Dempsey Walker Little,82,died Saturday,Dec.6,2003,at Hendrick 
Medical Center in Abilene. Graveside services were at 2p.m.Tuesday,Dec.
9,at the Woodson Cemetery with George Foley officiating. Services and 
burial were directed by Morehart Mortuary.Little was born June 24,1921,
in Warrington,Chesire,England to THOMAS DEMPSEY and ETHEL SILVERS 
DEMPSEY. She grew up in Warrington and graduated from St.Mary's R.C.
Girls School. She attended Warrington Technical College and Hockin
Business School in England. She married CLARENCE WALKER in England in 
July 1945 and moved to Woodson in 1946. He preceded her in death in 
1974. Little married ALTON LITTLE in 1982,and he preceded her in death 
in 1983.She also was preceded in death by her parents,two sisters,and 
three brothers. She was a devoted mother,grandmother and 
great-grandmother. She was employed by the Texas Department of Human 
Resources for 20 years in the Albany and Breckenridge offices. She was 
a member of the Woman's Forum and participated as a volunteer in the 
Senior Citizens Income Tax Program. Little is survived by a daughter,
DEBORAH and husband JERRY GILBERT of Woodson,a grandson and 
granddaughter-in-law,and one great-grandson,who is expecting a little 
brother due to arrive in February;and one sister of Warrington.

LITTLE,FANNIE LORETTA b:07/25/1917 d:05/14/1967 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
LITTLE, Fannie
Mrs.Fannie Loretta Little,49,of Woodson,died in the Veterans Hospital 
in Big Spring at 9:55a.m.Sunday. She had been ill and in Throckmorton 
Memorial Hospital since February 21,and was admitted to the Veterans 
Hospital May 12. Funeral will be at 2p.m. Tuesday in the Central 
Church of Christ in Woodson. Burial will be in Woodson Cemetery under 
direction of Melton Funeral Home in Breckenridge. She was born July 25,
1917 in Rotan and moved to Woodson in 1929 and attended school there.
She was FANNIE LORETTA LANCASTER before her marriage to ALTON CURTIS 
(TONY) LITTLE Dec.28,1940. They had lived in Woodson all their married 
life. She served in the Woman's Army Corps during World War II. 
Survivors include her husband;one daughter Mrs.CRUZ LATHAM of 
Arlington;one grandson,TODD LATHAM of Arlington;her step-mother,Mrs.
MABRA LANCASTER of Odessa;one sister Mrs.LILLIAN HILL of Fort Worth;
two brothers,ELVIS LANCASTER of Vernon and J.D.LANCASTER of Odessa. 
Pallbearers will be FELTON LEAKE,D.E.GOOD,T.J.LATHAM,JOHNNY HUFFMAN,
MARVIN BELLAH and BOBBY JOE BELLAH.

LITTLE,JOHN R. b:12/09/1874 d:06/09/1958

LITTLE,MARGARET VANADA b:03/29/1918 d:09/21/1992

LITTLE,MATTIE LENORA THOMPSON b:04/09/1890 d:08/23/1912

LITTLE,MOZELLE MCBRIDE b:12/23/1921 d:05/20/1978

LITTLE,OLEN THOMAS b:00/00/1889 d:00/00/1956

LITTLE,PEARL b:08/17/1886 d:06/09/1958

LITTLE,RAYMOND GASTON b:05/26/1908 d:08/16/1986
(obit) 
LITTLE, Raymond G.
Raymond G.Little,78,of Woodson,died Saturday morning at Bethania 
Hospital in Wichita Falls. Funeral services were at 10a.m.Tuesday at 
Melton Funeral Home Chapel with Don Pruitt,Church of Christ minister 
from Adah,Okla.officiating. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery under the 
direction of Melton Funeral Home. Born May 26,1908,in Woodson,he 
married ROSETTA GOOD in 1937.She died Aug.20,1940. He later married 
MOZELLE MCBRIDE,March 19,1950,in Woodson. She died May 20,1978. He had 
been a Woodson resident all of his life. He was a farmer and a member 
of the Church of Christ. Survivors include two daughters,CAROLYN TATE 
of Wichita Falls and SUSAN AYERS of Oklahoma City,Okla.;one son,RANDY 
LITTLE of Arlington;one sister,JOAN KING of Graham;one brother,IVAN 
LITTLE of Lubbock;and 10 grandchildren.Pallbearers were SCOTT ROBINSON,
HOYT MCBRIDE,LEON LITTLE,JOE EDENS,DARRELL GOOD, and L.B.BELLAH.

LITTLE,ROSETTA GOOD b:11/30/1911 d:08/20/1940

LIVINGSTON,JOHN L. b:11/20/1888 d:06/20/1949

LIVINGSTON,MARGARET b:10/04/1879 d:12/15/1958

LOYD,FRANCES VIOLA b:05/07/1880 d:01/28/1919

LOYD,INA G. b:03/22/1903 d:03/13/1919

LOYD,OVA D. b:01/10/1907 d:01/12/1919

LUKE,ETHEL WRIGHT b:02/15/1900 d:01/23/1984

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