MAHAN,ARTHUR JAHUE"OSS" b:01/13/1900 d:01/19/1983
Arthur J.Mahan,83,of Woodson,died at 6:35p.m.Wednesday at Stephens
Memorial Hospital. Services were held at 10a.m. Friday at
Adkins-Satterwhite Funeral Home.Jimmy Cox of Elliott Street Church of
Christ officiated. Burial was at Woodson Cemetery.Born Jan.18,1900,in
Comanche County,he had lived in Woodson most of his life,where he
married BERTHA WALKER in 1923. He was a retired bulldozer operator and
a member of Woodson Church of Christ. A brother and siter preceded him
in death. He is survived by his wife;two sons,LEO of Breckenridge and
JOE RAY of Seadrift;a daughter,CLEO NEAL of Breckenridge;a sister,
GLADYS HARRIS of Stephens County;five grandchildren;and three
step-grandchildren. Pallbearers were MIKE MAHAN,TERRY MAHAN,GARY
SULLIVAN,CARLTON SULLIVAN,BILL SANDERS AND TRACY ELLISTON. Honorary
pallbearers were WOODY BEATY,JAMES ELLISTON,CARL ALLISON,GARLAND
STOKER AND JOHNNY LEE PEVEY.
MAHAN,BERTHA LEE WALKER b:01/26/1901 d:02/05/1987
MAHAN, Bertha Lee
Graveside services for Bertha Lee Mahan,an 86 year old Breckenridge
resident were Feb.6 at 11a.m.at Woodson Cemetery. David Kelley,
minister of Jeanette Street Church of Christ officiated. Morehart
Mortuary directed. She died at 9:50p.m. Wednesday at Stephens Memorial
Hospital. Born BERTHA LEE WALKER,Jan.26,1901,in Comanche County,she
had lived in Throckmorton County most of her life. She married ARTHUR
J.MAHAN in Woodson in 1923. He preceded her in death on Jan.19,1983.
She was a housewife and a member of the Woodson Church of Christ.
Survivors include one son,JOE RAY MAHAN of Breckenridge;one daughter,
CLEO NEAL of Breckenridge;three sisters,BONNIE MITCHELL and VELMA
MIXON of Breckenridge and BESS HARVEY of Woodson;two brothers,HORTON
WALKER of Roswell,N.M. and GALE WALKER of Breckenridge;six
grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death
by one son,two brothers and two step-brothers.Pallbearers were JOHN
CRAWFORD,MIKE MAHAN,TERRY MAHAN,RONNIE MITCHELL CARLTON SULLIVAN and
MAHAN,LEO b:03/03/1925 d:11/09/1985 VETERAN WWII
Leo Mahan,60,of Breckenridge,died Saturday at Hendrick Medical Center.
Funeral services were at 10a.m.Tuesday at Morehart Mortuary.Jim Cox,
minister of Elliott Street Church of Christ,officiated and burial was
in Woodson Cemetery. Born March 8,1925 in Lusk,he graduated in 1943
from Woodson High School. He was employed with the police departments
in Breckenridge,Throckmorton and Olney. He was also employed with
Stephens County Sheriff's Department. He was a member of Stephens
County Law Enforcement Association and Woodson Church of Christ. He
married THELMA CURTIS in 1950.She died in 1971.He married ROSE COX Dec.
31,1975 in Archer City. Survivors include his wife;four stepsons,JOHN
CRAWFORD,DAVID LYLES and JIMMY BUCKLEY,all of Breckenridge and JOHN
LYLES of Fletcher,Okla.;a brother,JOE RAY of Breckenridge;a sister,
CLEO NEAL of Breckenridge;mother,BERTHA MAHAN of Breckenridge;and a
number of aunts and uncles. Pallbearers were JOE BISHOP,JAMES CAIN,
JOHN CRAWFORD,DAVID JORDAN,JOE MAHAN and DAN YOUNG. Honorary
pallbearers were members of the Breckenridge Police Department and
Stephens County Sheriff's Office.
MAHAN,THELMA CURTIS b:00/00/1930 d:00/00/1971
MALEY,ALBERT b:00/00/1886 d:02/27/1948
MALEY,CHARLES,JR. MEMORIAL MARKER
"BURIED IN AMERICAN CEMETERY CAMBRIDGE,ENGLAND" U.S.AIR FORCE WWII
MALEY,CHARLIE b:03/31/1884 d:09/24/1969
MALEY,CLIFTON b:06/27/1987 d:11/25/1937
MALEY,CLIFTON ALVIN b:09/16/1924 d:06/15/1996
MALEY, Clifton Alvin
Clifton Alvin Maley,71,of Woodson,died Saturday,June 15,1996,at his
residence in Woodson. Funeral service was at 10:30a.m.Tuesday,June 18,
at the First Christian Church in Woodson with Rev.Tony Thurston
officiating. Graveside rites followed in the Woodson Cemetery under
the direction of Melton Funeral Home. He was born on Sept.16,1924 in
Graham.He married HELEN CLAXTON on Dec.26,1947 in Woodson.She preceded
him in death on April 13,1984. He moved to Woodson in 1947 from
Breckenridge. He was a machinist,a member of the First Christian
Church in Woodson and a member of the Throckmorton Masonic Lodge. He
is survived by one daughter,DIANA MALEY of Clyde;one son,GREG MALEY of
Woodson;one sister,JO EMMA DICKIE of Woodson;three grandchildren;and
one great-grandchild. He was preceded in death by one brother,SHERMAN
MALEY,GEORGE T. b:04/15/1889 d:02/04/1948 VETERAN WWI
MALEY,HATTIE EARLE HALL b:12/27/1896 d:06/25/1986
Hattie Maley of Woodson,89,died at 3:40p.m. Wednesday at her residence
in Woodson. Services were at 2p.m.Friday in Melton Funeral Home Chapel
with the Rev.Diane Caughron officiating. Burial was in the Woodson
Cemetery directed by Melton Funeral Home. Born HATTIE EARLE HALL Dec.
27,1896,in Gorman,she was married to CHARLIE MALEY Dec.14,1916.He died
Sept.24,1969.She lived in Woodson most of her life. She was a
housewife,an LVN,member of the First Christian Church in Woodson and a
member of the Easter Star of Throckmorton. Survivors include one
daughter,MAXINE RAMSEY of Fort Worth;two sons,BARTON MALEY of Fort
Worth and JOHN EARLE MALEY of Poolville;one sister,DORIS CRUME of
Kermit;one brother,JAMES ANDREW(PETE)HALL of Sunray;seven
grandchildren;12 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers were TRACY ELLISTON,JIMMY OVERCASH,RANDALL FORREST,STEVE
POTTS,DONALD BELLAH and BOBBY BELLAH.
MALEY,HELEN CLAXTON b:00/00/1928 d:00/00/1984
MALEY,IRENE WOLFE b:03/13/1918 d:08/20/1998
MALEY,JEFF LEE b:11/07/1891 d:06/30/1970
Jeff Lee Maley,78,of Woodson,died Tuesday at 3a.m. at his daughter's
home,Mrs.RAY E.DICKIE of Woodson. He had been in ill health for
several months. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 3p.m. at the
First Christian Church of Woodson with the Rev.Bob Colerick,pastor
officiating. Burial will be in Woodson Cemetery under the direction
of Satterwhite Funeral Home.Born Nov.7,1891 in Guadalupe County,he
came to the Woodson area in 1910 from South Texas. He was married to
the former MATTIE PEARL FRY,July 22,1917 in the living room of the Fry
Hotel in Woodson. Following their marriage they lived in Graham,
Eastland and Breckenridge for a short time,then returned to Woodson.
His wife preceded him in death June 21,1962. Mr.Maley owned and
operated Maley Machine Shop in Woodson. He was a member of the First
Christian Church of Woodson. Survivors include one son,CLIFTON A.MALEY
of Woodson;one daughter;Mrs.RAY E.DICKIE of Woodson;four grandchidren,
MIKE and EDDIE DICKIE,GREG MALEY and DIANA LATHAM;and one sister,Mrs.O.
C.GRIBBLE of Woodson. Pallbearers are BILL SANDERS,BOB DONNELL,JOHN
LEE PEVEY,HIRAM HERFORD,JAMES POTTS,WALTER TIMMONS,MIKE MANRIQUEZ,all
of Woodson and MILLER TUTTLE of Breckenridge.Honorary pallbearers will
be ALEX DICKIE,SR.,DR.FRANK PAYNE,R.E.DYE,GEORGE DICKIE,SR.,GEORGE
DICKIE,JR.,ELMER HUGHES and J.T.ODELL.
MALEY,JEWELL MAYFIELD b:07/24/1896 d:05/30/1969
MALEY,JOHN b:09/25/1852 d:12/09/1937
MALEY,JOHN B. b:11/10/1881 d:01/09/1911
MALEY,JOHN EARL b:10/16/1917 d:01/31/1987
MALEY,MARY CIBBY b:04/02/1863 d:02/14/1962
MALEY,MATTIE PEARL b:07/15/1891 d:06/21/1962
MALEY,OLIVER LOWERY b:08/03/1894 d:07/09/1962 VETERAN WWI
MALEY,SHERMAN ALBERT b:09/16/1924 d:02/22/1964 VETERAN WWII
MALEY,SHERMAN LORANZO b:05/03/1900 d:02/27/1941
MANNON,BETTY ELLEN b:00/00/1884 d:00/00/1964
MANNON,JOE HARVEY b:00/00/1963 d:00/00/1947
MARTIN,LARENCE b:09/01/1913 d:06/05/1915
MASSEY,J.T. b:08/06/1915 d:02/07/1944
MASSEY,JOHN ERVIN b:04/04/1900 d:08/18/1981 VETERAN WWII
MASSEY,LILLIE MAE MITCHELL b:05/11/1896 d:08/06/1994
MASSEY, Lillie Mae
Lillie Mae Massey,98,of Grandview and formerly of Throckmorton,died
Saturday at a Grandview Nursing home.Services will be at 2p.m.Tuesday
at Merriman-Archer Funeral Home Chapel.Burial will be in Woodson
Cemetery in Woodson. Mrs.Massey was born in Hamilton County and was a
homemaker. She was a member of the Church of Christ. She moved to
Throckmorton from Hamilton County in 1926 and to Grandview in 1987.
She married P.M."DICK"MASSEY in Lampasas;he preceded her in death.
Survivors include two sons,NOLEN MASSEY of Mansfield and BILL MASSEY
of Maypearl;nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.
MASSEY,LIZZIE b:00/00/1891 d:00/00/1977
MASSEY,MARGARET b:02/15/1858 d:06/11/1938
MASSEY,PAGE MERRILL"DICK" b:06/20/1885 d:12/10/1953
MASSEY,TANT b:00/00/1887 d:00/00/1973
MASSINGALE,Z.L. b:04/28/1918 d:09/13/1981 VETERAN WWII
MASSINGILL,FRANK b:09/01/1899 d:09/19/1948
MASSINGILL,JACKY N. b:08/06/1937 d:05/23/1981
MASSINGILL,MARY b:01/10/1850 d:04/08/1937
MASTERS,CLODELL b:00/00/1905 d:00/00/1909
MASTERS,DAN b:00/00/1893 d:02/01/1961
MASTERS,DURWOOD b:12/01/1906 d:05/04/1907
MASTERS,LINDA GAYE b:10/21/1939 d:11/16/2000 VETERAN VIETNAM
Linda Masters,61,died Thursday,Nov.16,2000,in an Abilene hospital.
Graveside services were at 4p.m.Friday at the Woodson Cemetery with
the Rev.Danny Brown officiating,directed by Melton-Kitchens Funeral
Home. She was born on Oct.2,1939 in Woodson. She moved to Breckenridge
in 1990 from Woodson.She had worked as a waitress and had worked in
the Woodson I.S.D.caferteria. She was a member of the First Christian
Church in Woodson and was a U.S.Army veteran,serving in the WACS.
Linda is survived by three sisters,PANSY HOSKINS of Woodson,PEGGY
JONES of McCamey and BETH MASTERS of Breckenridge. She was preceded in
death by her father,DAN MASTERS,on Feb.1,1961,her mother,RENA FRANCES
MASTERS,on Oct.16,2000,and a sister,JOYCE DICKIE SORRELL.
MASTERS,LOYD b:09/01/1882 d:11/18/1917
MASTERS,RENA FRANCES MONROE b:01/10/1912 d:10/18/2000
MASTERS, Rena Frances Monroe
Rena Frances Monroe Masters,88,died at a local hospital.Graveside
services were held Wednesday,Oct.18,at Woodson Cemetery with Rev.Jody
Sanders officiating,directed by Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home. Mrs.
Masters was born on Jan.10,1912 in Necessity,Texas. She married DAN
MASTERS on Aug.28,1932 in Throckmorton. He preceded her in death on
Feb.1,1961. She was a cook and had been a secretary for the City of
Woodson. She was a member of the First Christian Church in Woodson.She
is survived by four daughters,PANSY HOSKINS of Woodson,PEGGY JONES of
McCamey,LINDA and BETH MASTERS,both of Breckenridge;one sister,EUNICE
GOYNE of Los Angelel,Calif.,seven grandchildren and six
great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband,DAN
MASTERS,a daughter,JOYCE DICKIE SORRELL and her parents.
MATHIEWS,DEUARD b:05/29/1909 d:06/21/1925
MATHIEWS,JAMES A. b:02/22/1862 d:04/08/1932
MATHIEWS,LENA B. b:10/10/1871 d:11/16/1911
MATHIEWS,MINNIE B. b:07/27/1907 d:07/25/1908
MATHIEWS,REYFORD BEATY b:12/04/1922 d:05/21/1984 VETERAN WWII
MAYFIELD,ALBERT W. b:08/18/1854 d:09/02/1918
MAYNARD,FRANCIS L. no date no date
MAYNARD,LAURA E. no date no date
MCALPINE,PINKY F.HAM b:01/20/1894 d:08/25/1986
MCBRIDE,FRANCES PEARL"FANNIE"b:04/09/1894 d:11/17/1956
MCBRIDE,THOMAS E.SR. b:05/22/1894 d:04/09/1970
MCBRIDE, Thomas E., Sr.
Funeral services for Thomas E.McBride,Sr.,75 of Woodson,were held in
Melton's Chapel of Memory at 2p.m.Saturday with burial services in
Woodson Cemetery. McBride,a retired cotton buyer and ginner,died at
4:40p.m.Thursday in Stephens Memorial Hospital where he was admitted
on March 16. He was born May 22,1894 in Klondike,Texas and married
FRANCES PEARL STRINGER in 1911. Mrs.McBride died in 1956. He married
BERTA CLARK,March 26,1957. McBride had lived in Woodson since 1941
and was a member of the East Church of Christ.He had owned gins in
Whitesboro and Woodson and was a cotton buyer in Cleburne for several
years. Besides his wife,McBride is survived by three daughters,Mrs.
WALES DEMENT of Cleburne,Mrs.RAYMOND LITTLE and Mrs.PETE PRICE of
Woodson;three sons,J.D. of Dallas,EDDIE and HOYT,both of Woodson;a
brother,JOHN of Klondike;11 grandchildren and seven
great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were JOHN LEE PEAVEY,MARVIN BELLAH,
BOBBY BELLAH,A.C.LITTLE,JOE WILLINGHAM and JAY WALKER.
MCCARTY,BENJAMIN CLINTON b:08/08/1875 d:12/28/1949
MCDONALD,D.S. b:06/30/1866 d:06/28/1918
MCDONALD,HENRY WALDEN b:12/28/1900 d:10/15/1962 VETERAN WWI
MCDONALD,LUCILE b:03/22/1911 d:04/13/1993
Lucile McDonald,age 82 of Crossett,AR.,died Tuesday,April 13,1993 at
the Ashley Memorial Hospital.She was born March 22,1911. She was a
homemaker and a member of First Christian Church of Woodson.She had no
immediate survivors. Graveside services were held Thursday,April 15,
1993 at 3p.m.at Woodson Cemetery in Woodson.
MCDONALD,LOUISE b:04/24/1871 d:05/27/1950
MCGOUGH,CHARLIE b:00/00/1893 d:00/00/1958
MCGOUGH,HELEN CHARLOTTE b:12/04/1913 d:04/04/1926
MCGOUGH,MARY LUSK b:09/26/1893 d:05/20/1983
Mary McGough,89,of Seymour died Tuesday afternoon in a local hospital
after a long illness. Services will be at 2p.m. Thursday at Woodson
Church of Christ in Woodson,directed by Seymour Memorial Funeral Home.
Mike Cox and W.E.Burkham will officiate.Burial will be at Woodson
Cemetery. Born Sept.26,1893,in Texas,she was a member of the Church of
Christ. Survivors include three sons,W.C. of Seymour,E.O. of Fritch
and G.D. of Borger;four daughters,MARY JOHNSON of Fort Worth,MABEL
LARNED OF Breckenridge and RUBY MITCHELL and NELDA ROBERTS,both of
Moran;a brother,WILLIARD LUSK of Fort Worth;two sisters,MABEL VICK of
Fort Worth and EDNA MORRISON of Saint Joe,Ark.;25 grandchildren and 36
MCGOUGH,WILLARD CURTIS"MAC" b:07/09/1915 d:09/03/1997 VETERAN WWII
MCGOUGH, Willard C.
Willard Curtis McGough,age 82,of Seymour,died Wednesday,September 3,
1997 in a Seymour hospital.Services were at Sacred Heart Catholic
Church with the Rev.Bart J.Landwermeyer,officiating.Burial was
Saturday,September 6,1997 in Woodson Cemetery in Woodson,Texas.
Arrangements were under the direction of Archer Funeral Home of
Seymour,Texas.Mr.McGough was born July 9,1915 in Woodson,Texas.He
served in the Army during World War II. He and MARY CATHERINE DWYER
were married October 25,1945 in Cambridge,MA. He worked for Precinct
No.3 in Throckmorton County for 16 years as a heavy equipment operator.
He moved to Seymour from Woodson in 1973. He worked for Durable
Mecical Equipment in Seymour. Survivors include his wife;one son,ROY
NEAL of Seymour;one brother,DUANE of Borger;four sisters,MARY JOHNSON
of Fort Worth,MABLE LARNED of Breckenridge,RUBY MITCHELL of Albany and
YVONNE ROBERTS of Moran;and four grandchildren.
MCLANE,JOSEPH WARD b:02/11/1891 d:01/17/1977
MCLANE,LEONA CLARK b:10/28/1903 d:02/26/1936
MCLANE,LINNIE LILLY b:07/22/1896 d:03/19/1981
MCLANE,RICHARD ALLEN b:04/07/1920 d:06/30/2000 VETERAN WWII
MCLANE, Richard A.
Richard A.McLane,80,died Friday,June 30,2000,at his residence.
Graveside funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2p.m.in the
Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home
with J.F.Lilly officiating. Mr.McLane was born April 7,1920 in
Burkburnett.He had been a farmer and oilfield worker.He was a U.S.Army
veteran of World War II and a member of the Church of Christ. He is
survived by three sisters,JOE ANN LOVE of Bellview,DOVIE GOOD and
GENEVA TIMMONS,both of Woodson;a brother,HOLLIS MCLANE and a step
brother,J.W.BLUDWORTH,both of Breckenridge;and numerous nieces and
nephews.Pallbearers will be MIKE MCLANE,MONTY MCLANE,MAX MCLANE,WAYNE
LOVE,JIMMY LOVE and WAYNE BLACKERBY.
MCLEOD,EMMA b:08/00/1850 d:02/24/1926
Wife of William M.McLeod
Confederate Widows Pension #33987 dated March 22,1917,age 69,born in
Pike Co.Alabama.Married W.M.MCLEOD June 6,1871 in Pike Co.Ala.Has
resided in Texas for 40 years and has resided in Throckmorton
Co.for several months.Mortuary Warrant states she died Feb.24,1926 in
the town of Woodson,at the home of her step-son,N.F.MCLEOD,due to
"fracture of hip and general debility following same".Signed by
MCLEOD,N.F. b:08/02/1866 d:08/04/1941
MCLEOD,WILLIAM M. b:09/26/1839 d:01/17/1917 CSA CO.I 15th
Confederate Pension #02637 ALA.INF.
Application dated July 21,1899,states his age of 61.Enlisted in
Confederate Army July 3,1861 and was paroled at Appomattox Courthouse
Virginia,April 9,1865.Has resided at Britt,Leon Co.Texas for 24 years.
Affidavit of Physician,E.O.Boggs,MD.,Leon Co.states;"W.M.MCLEOD,had
wound of head,entering mouth and coming out base of ear,producing
deafness,total of left ear.Wound of right shoulder,flexability
interfering with motion of that member.Otherwise in fair health and
Mr.McLeod states he received wound in Confederate Army. Widows Pension
Application states he died Jan.17,1917 Throckmorton Co.
MCMAHON,LILLY HAM b:04/06/1899 d:09/04/1989
MCMEREDITH,GUY b:07/05/1896 d:08/26/1945 TX.TEC 5 331
MEEKS,LEONARD W. b:05/07/1897 d:10/01/1939
MICHAEL BOBBY LEN b:10/26/1930 d:10/26/1930
MILLER,CATHERINE WEATHERLY b:07/24/1899 d:11/25/1981
MILLER,ELIZABETH b:00/00/1888 d:00/00/1958
MILLER,FLORENCE b:02/26/1909 d:01/11/1996
Florence Miller,87,of Woodson,died Thursday morning,Jan.11,1996,at the
Throckmorton Hospital. Funeral service was held at 2p.m.Friday,Jan.12,
at the First Baptist Church in Woodson with Rev.James Wilson
officiating.Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton
Funeral Home. She was born on Feb.26,1908 in Little Rock,Arkansas. She
married IVAN MILLER in 1928 in Bridgeport. He preceded her in death in
1979.She was a longtime Woodson resident,a member of the First Baptist
Church of Woodson and was a homemaker,farmer and rancher. She is
survived by one daughter,WINONA BLEVINS of Woodson;two brothers,HARLOW
HUNN of Bridgeport and NEWT HUNN of Azle;one half-sister,OPHELIA KING
of Oklahoma;13 grandchildren;21 great-grandchildren and two
great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by one daughter,
BARBARA PALMER,one son,SONNY MILLER and by two sisters. Pallbearers
were JUD JONES,HENRY JONES,GREG DUNLAP,DANNY BELLAH,ED BROWN and BOBBY
COLLINS.Honorary pallbearer was BOBBY BELLAH.
MILLER,GUINN R."SONNY" b:03/25/1937 d:03/29/1990 VETERAN KOREAN WAR
MILLER, Guin R. (Sonny)
Guin R.(Sonny)Miller,53,of Throckmorton,died Thursday,March 29,1990,at
a local hospital. Services were held at 2p.m.Saturday March 31,1990,at
Woodson Baptist Church with the Rev.Ricky Mitchell officiating.Burial
was in Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Merriman Funeral Home.
Mr.Miller was born in Woodson and was an oilfield laborer. He was a
veteran of the Korean War who lived in Woodson most of his life.
Survivors include his wife,GLORIA MILLER,of Woodson;a daughter,NANCY
MILLER of Stephenville;seven sons,GWIN MILLER and STEVE MILLER,both of
Post,JAMES MILLER of Graham,TOMMY MILLER,MICHAEL MILLER,PETE RAY MILLER
and ROCKY MILLER all of Woodson;his mother,FLORENCE MILLER of Woodson
and two sisters,DEE BLEVINS and BARBARA PALMER,both of Woodson.
MILLER,HOWARD EARL b:12/14/1885 d:03/14/1971
MILLER, H. E.
Howard Earl Miller,85,of Woodson,died Sunday,March 14,1971.He had been
in poor health for several years. Funeral services were held Monday,
March 15,at 2:30p.m. in the Woodson Baptist Church with the Rev.Bob
Thompson,pastor,and Bro.Will Scott,minister of the Throckmorton Church
of Christ,officiating. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery under the
direction of Merriman Funeral Home.Mr.Miller was a retired farmer,born
December 14,1885 in Williamson County. He married ELIZABETH WILLIAMS
in 1907 in Brown County. She preceded him in death in 1958.He had been
a resident of Throckmorton County since 1907. Survivors are two
daughters,Mrs.MILTON LEE of Woodson and Mrs.DRUDELL LALANNE of Lake
Jackson;four sons,ROMY of Vernon,IVAN of Woodson,GORMAN of
Throckmorton and J.N.of Pearland;one brother,ROY of Austin;one sister,
Mrs.BROWNING ELLIOTT of Woodson;19 grandchildren;34
great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. Grandsons were
MILLER,IVAN b:11/22/1908 d:11/28/1978
MILLER,JAMES NATHANIEL b:06/15/1862 d:01/14/1951
MILLER,LENAR G. b:11/28/1911 d:11/24/1914
MILLER,MARY T. b:12/16/1867 d:03/07/1951
MILLER,RAYMON MARTIN b:05/13/1918 d:01/01/1920
MILLER,ROMIE LEO b:02/18/1906 d:01/11/1990 VETERAN WWII
MILLER, Romie Leo
Romie Leo Miller,83,of Bowie,died Jan.11,in a Bowie nursing home.
Graveside services were held Jan.13,at 2p.m.at Woodson Cemetery.
Interment was in Woodson Cemetery under direction of Merriman Funeral
Home. Miller was born Feb.18,1906 in Throckmorton County to HOWARD E.
and ELIZABETH WILLIAMS MILLER. He lived in Throckmorton County until
1938. He was a Veteran of World War II. Survivors include four sons,
CLOVIS of Amarillo,HUGH of Bowie,WINFRED of Chico,Calif.,and HOWARD of
Bowie;two daughtes,MARILYN WATSON of Olney and NANCE PICKENS of
Ft.Worth;two brothers,GORMAN MILLER of Throckmorton and J.N.MILLER of
Houston;two sisters,DAHILIA LEE of Woodson and DRUDELL SMITH of
Crockett;twenty three grandchildren;and twenty eight
MILLER,THOMAS B.COL. b:04/28/1918 d:09/24/2003 VETERAN WWII
MILLS,OLLIE ALLISON b:02/23/1882 d:01/15/1962
MINTON,ALBERT b:00/00/1891 d:00/00/1996
MINTON,MAUDE b:00/00/1891 d:00/00/1996
MIXON,CHARLES EUGENE b:01/19/1945 d:01/19/1945
MIXON,J.R. b:05/07/1914 d:03/22/1975
MIXON,VELMA LOIS WALKER b:08/02/1914 d:03/18/1998
MIXON, Velma Lois
Velma Lois Mixon,83,of Breckenridge died Wednesday,March 18,1998 in
Breckenridge.Graveside services will be held today at 10a.m. at the
Woodson Cemetery with the Rev.Dennis Hester,pastor of May Baptist
Church,officiating under the direction of Morehart Mortuary. She was
born VELMA LOIS WALKER on Aug.2,1914 in Comanche. She grew up and
attended school in Lusk. She lived in Elbert from 1935 until 1976,when
she moved to Breckenridge.She married J.R.MIXON in Olney on May 9,1936.
He preceded her in death on March 22,1975.She is survived by one son,
JAMES DONALD MIXON of Phoenix,Ariz.;one daughter,HELEN MOLANO of
Snyder;three grandchildren,DAVID JAMES KOONCE of Snyder,LARHONDA K.
KELTON of May,and CRISSY MIXON of Phoenix;three great-grandchildren,
KARA BETH and TANA JO KELTON of May and A'LEX MARIE KOONCE of Snyder.
She was preceded in death by her parents,five sisters,five brothers,
one son,and one grandchild. The family requests memorials be made to
Meals on Wheels.Memorials may be left at Morehart Mortuary.
MOBLEY,J.L. b:11/28/1874 d:10/12/1931
MOBLEY,J.M. b:12/11/1848 d:09/29/1937 CSA LITTLE'S
Confederate Pension #41996 CO.3rd BATTN.
Application dated Mar.1,1926 gave his age of 79,born in Lawrence Co.
Mississippi.Enlisted in army Jan.20,1864 at Bahala,Mississippi.
States"he served 14 months and was given pass to go home account of
sickness one week before surrender and did not return on account of
surrender".Has resided in Texas for 61 years,and has resided in
Woodson for 27 years,and lives with his children. Mortuary Warrant
states "he died Sept.29,1937 in the town of Woodson in the home of his
daughter,CORA PRICE,due to old age".Signed by C.A.TURNER,MD.of Woodson
and J.L.CASTLEBERRY,Undertaker of Albany,Texas.
Itemized account with J.L.CASTLEBERRY,dated oct.10,1937 shows;
"one casket,$125.00;suit,$18.00;grave marker,$2.50;total:$145.50.
MOBLEY,W.E. b:01/30/1889 d:10/04/1934
MOLOCK,DONA E.MCCARTY b:02/15/1880 d:09/14/1936
MOONEY,IRENE GERTRUDE b:08/19/1909 d:00/00/1970
(obit) headstone reads:Williams, Irene Gertrude
MOONEY, Irene Gertrude
Mrs.W.A.Mooney, 60,was dead on arrival at Stephens Memorial Hospital
Monday at 11:55p.m.She had suffered an apparent heart attack at her
home,north of town. Funeral services will be Wednesday at 2p.m. in the
Chapel of Memories with the Rev.Richard Russell,pastor of the First
Christian Church officiating. Burial will be in Woodson Cemetry under
the direction of Melton Funeral Home.Born IRENE GERTRUDE TALLEY,Aug.19,
1909 at Throckmorton,she came to Stephens County in 1937 from Woodson.
She married W.A.MOONEY in 1963. She was a member of the Methodist
Church. Survivors include her husband;two step-daughters,Mrs.CHARLIE
BEVEL of Plano and Mrs.MARSHALL FRENCH of Arkansas;five step-sons,
HOMER ANDERSON of Georgia,EDWIN DUANE MOONEY of Gatesville,CARROLL
WAYNE MOONEY of Stephenville,BILLY WILLIAMS of Childress,JESSIE RAY
WILLIAMS of Gorman;one sister,Mrs.ROY KERBY of Woodson;one brother,J.T.
TALLEY of Woodson and 15 grandchildren.
MOORE,JOHN J. b:00/00/0000 d:00/00/0000 CSA CO.C 2nd
MORRIS,DARLA JO b:03/29/1968 d:10/02/1985
MORRIS,ED b:00/00/1882 d:00/00/1954
MORRIS,J.E. b:04/00/1837 d:01/20/1930 CSA PVT.CO.D
Confederate Pension #45052 FRISTOES REGT.
Application dated Nov.30,1928,states his age of 91,born in the state
of Virginia,April 1837.Enlisted 1861,Searcy Co. Paroled at Jacksonport,
Ark.June 5,1865.Roll of Prisoners of War Record shows company
surrendered May 11,1865 by Brig.Gen.M.JEFF THOMPSON,CSA to Major Gen.C.
M.DODGE,USA. Record states his age at time of surrender as 38,dark
eyes,dark hair,dark complexion,height 5ft.7 inches.Mr.Morris states as
of Nov.30,1928,he has resided in Texas for 61 years and has resided
at Woodson for 9 months.Mortuary Warrant states he died Jan.20,1930 in
town of Woodson,in home of his granddaughter,Mrs.C.E.DUNLAP,due to
"Cenility.He was just completely worn out,and has been helpless for 6
years".Signed by attending physician,G.W.WILLIAMS,MD.of Woodson,and
states"no undertaker was used".
MORRIS,MARION E. b:09/04/1888 d:06/03/1958
MORRIS,NONA B. b:03/12/1896 d:12/10/1936
MORRIS,PHILLIP b:10/22/1937 d:01/01/1999
Phillip Morris,age 61,died Friday,January 1,1999,at Stephens Memorial
Hospital. Funeral services were held at 2p.m.Sunday at the Melton
Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with The Reverend Joe Stewart
officiating.Burial followed in the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton
Funeral Home. Mr.Morris was born October 22,1937,in Stephens County.
He married FAYE OLIVER on August 23,1961 in Breckenridge. He moved to
Breckenridge in 1989 from Woodson. He was a parts salesman for Ball
Auto Parts and Breckenridge Auto and Engine. He was a member of
Bethany Baptist Church and retired from the U.S.Navy in 1975 after
serving for 20 years. He is survived by his wife,FAYE MORRIS of
Breckenridge;one son,DANNY MORRIS of Breckenridge;two brothers,BILL
MORRIS of Breckenridge and KENNY MORRIS of Charlotte,North Carolina;
and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by one daughter,
DARLA JO MORRIS,in October,1985 Pallbearers will be GLENN E. MURPHY,
CHARLIE BURDINE,T.HIBBERT,KENNETH KAISER,CHARLES RAY HARRISON and TOAD
MORRIS,WALTER M. b:06/11/1912 d:04/11/1936
MORRISON,BARBARA b:00/00/1870 d:00/00/1937
MORRISON,ODELL b:12/20/1914 d:12/20/1914
MORRISON,OTHELL b:12/20/1914 d:12/20/1914
MORROW,DAVID ROSS b:12/22/1892 d:09/19/1967
MORROW,HUBERT S. b:02/07/1900 d:11/30/1967
MORROW,LEE no date no date
MORROW,MARTHA E. b:10/10/1867 d:05/12/1941
MORROW,ROBERT M. b:11/29/1863 d:06/14/1937
MOWREY,DOROTHY LYNN b:05/24/1916 d:01/20/1973
MOWREY,HARLOW b:01/03/1915 d:06/09/1977
MULLENNIX,ERMA LAVERNE b:01/13/1922 d:11/06/1998
MULLENNIX, Erma LaVerne
Erma LaVerne Mullennix, 76,of Sugarland and a former Woodson resident
died Friday, November 6,1998 in Sugarland. Graveside service will be at
2p.m.Sunday at the Woodson Cemetery with Darrell Martin officiating,
directed by Melton Funeral Home. Mrs. Mullennix was born January 13,1922
in Woodson to JAMES EDWARD HUGHES and LILLIAN GERTRUDE TUGGLE HUGHES.
She was preceded in death by her husband, LAWRENCE MULLENNIX, her
parents, JAMES and LILLIAN HUGHES and a nephew, BILLIE KEITH HUGHES. She
is survived by a brother, BILLIE WAYNE HUGHES and his wife, BETTY M. of
Sugarland; a nephew, JAMES WAYNE HUGHES and his wife ELOISE of Missouir
City, and numerous other relatives.
MULLENNIX,LAWRENCE F. b:01/18/1920 d:01/11/1981
Lawrence Mullennix,60,of Bowie,died at 6:30p.m.,Sunday,in Bowie
Memorial Hospital.Funeral services were at 2p.m.Tuesday at Melton
Chapel of Memories with Jim Cox,minister of Elliott Street Church of
Christ,officiating.Burial was in Woodson Cemetery under the direction
of Melton Funeral Home. Mr.Mullennix was born Jan.18,1920,in Lone Wolf,
Okla. He married LAVERNE HUGHES on June 11,1971 in Throckmorton.They
moved to Bowie in 1978 from Beeville. He worked for Kock Oil Company
as a truck driver retiring in 1980. He was a Baptist.He is survived by
his wife of Bowie;and a brother,BILL of Graham. Pallbearers were BILL
OLIVER,DANNY FUNDERBURG,FRANK WHITE,BOB MCGOWAN,ROY OLIVER and NUBBIN
MYER,JAMES BRYAN b:05/25/1975 d:01/05/2000
Bryan Myer,24,died Wednesday,January 5,2000,in Charleston,South
Carolina.Services were at 2p.m.Monday at First Baptist Church in
Throckmorton,with The Reverend Darrell Marlon officiating. Burial was
in Woodson Cemetery,directed by Merriman-Archer Funeral Home. Mr.Myer
was born in Irving and graduated from Throckmorton High School in 1993.
He moved to Throckmorton to Albany in 1997 and to Charleston,S.C. in
1999. He was a heavy equipment operator and a Christian. He attended
the Christian Center in Throckmorton. Survivors include his mother,
SUZANNE MORRELL of Breckenridge;his father,JAMES MYER of Dallas;two
brothers,MARK MYER of Charleston,S.C. and SONNY MORRELL of Albany;his
grandmothers,DOROTHY WHITAKER of Throckmorton and LOIS MYER of Dallas;
his stepfather,BILL MORRELL of Albany;and his fiancee,MELISSA BRANHAM
NEGY,MYRTLE DICKIE b:07/05/1896 d:12/31/1986
NEGY, Myrtle Dickie
Myrtle Dickie Negy,90,of Dallas,died December 31.Funeral services were
held Jan.with burial in Woodson Cemetery under direction of Merriman
Funeral Home. The Rev.Mike Schafer,pastor of Woodson Methodist Church
officiated. Survivors include one daughter,ANN NEGY CHILTON of
Commerce;four grandchildren,DR.BRAD CHILTON of Stephenville,H.C.
CHESHIRE III of Cleveland,SANDRA CHESHIRE of Cleveland and ANNA
CHESHIRE of Arlington;and one great-grandson,STEWART CHILTON II of
NEGY,NANCY b:10/12/1927 d:12/22/1927
NICHOLS, BILLY GENE,JR. b:08/18/1983 d:10/11/2003
NICHOLS, Billy Gene, Jr.
Funeral services for Billy Gene Nichols, Jr., 20,were held Tuesday,
October 14,2003 at 2p.m.at the Bethany Baptist Church in Breckenridge
with Rev. W.C. Roach officiating. Burial followed at the Woodson Cemetery
under the direction of Morehart Mortuary of Breckenridge. Visitation
was held Monday evening,Oct.13,from 6 to 7p.m.at Morehart Mortuary.
Billy Nichols, Jr., died Saturday, October 11,from injuries sustained in
a motorcycle wreck in Woodson. Billy Gene Nichols, Jr., was born on
August 18,1983 in Waurika, Oklahoma to parents BILL NICHOLS, SR., and
JOYCE DIANE LONG. He grew up in Breckenridge and graduated from Woodson
High in 2001. Billy also attended Oklahoma Vocational Institute in
Drumright, OK. He was a member of the Texas Cross Country Racing Assoc.
and American Motor Cross Assoc. Billy was a devoted son, brother and
uncle. He never met a stranger and was a great friend to many. Billy
Nichols, Jr. was preceded in death by his grandparents. He is survived
and lovingly remembered by his parents;2 sisters, ANGELA and husband,
BRAD DAVIS of Oklahoma and KRISTINA WHITNEY of N.Carolina; a niece,
ERICA TALON DAVIS of Oklahoma;and two nephews, ANDREW and BRADLEY
WHITNEY, both of N.Carolina.Also many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and
nephews. The family requests memorial gifts be made to the BILLY
NICHOLS scholarship funds for Woodson and Breckenridge schools.
Memorials may be left at Morehart Mortuary.
NIXON,BETTY JANE b:04/17/1933 d:02/25/1934
NIXON,BILLY BOB b:01/11/1929 d:02/23/1929
NIXON,ELLA L. b:01/20/1895 d:09/30/1982
NIXON, JOHNNY PRICE b:06/12/1937 d:01/11/1986
Funeral services for Johnny Price Nixon,48,a lifelong Breckenridge
resident,were at 10:a.m.Monday at the Chapel of Grace at Morehart
Mortuary. Jimmy Cox, minister of Elliott Street Church of Christ
officiated and burial was in Woodson Cemetery directed by Morehart
Mortuary. He died Saturday at Villa Haven Nursing Home. Born June 12,
1937,in Stephens County he was a lifelong resident of Stephens County
and a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include four sisters,
MILDRED CONNER and RUTH FUNDERBURG, both of Breckenridge, MARY WILLIAMS
of Weatherford and BEA STILWELL of Odessa; and a brother R.W.JR., of
Morton Valley and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death
by his parents,one brother and one sister. Pallbearers were CECIL
LANGFORD, DUSTIN LANGFORD, KYLE NIXON, CARL RIGGINS, LARRY ROBINSON and
NIXON,R.W.SR."BOB" b:06/05/1891 d:12/23/1966
NORTHCUTT,WILLIE B. b:05/24/1910 d:02/01/1985
NUNLEY,CONNIE b:00/00/1910 d:00/00/1981
OGRADY,JAMES R. b:04/23/1880 d:08/03/1943
OGRADY,LAURA B. b:09/03/1886 d:04/22/1935
OAKLEY,GERTIE MAE b:11/04/1934 d:10/19/1998
OAKLEY, Gertie Mae
Gertie Mae Oakley,63 of Woodson,died Monday,October 19,1998,at
Bluebonnet Nursing Home in Albany.Memorial services were 2p.m.Thursday
at the First Christian Church in Woodson with The Reverend Michael
Patrick officiating,directed by Melton Funeral Home. Mrs.Oakley was
born November 4,1934 in Peacock.She was the widow of OSCAR HOWARD
"PETE"OAKLEY.She was a homemaker and a member of First Christian
Church in Woodson. She is survived by one daughter,REBEKAH PATRICK of
Albany;two sons,GREG SLAUGHTER of Lewisville and PETE HOWARD OAKLEY of
Wichita Falls;and nine grandchildren.
OAKLEY,OSCAR HOWARD "PETE" b:07/20/1928 d:03/26/1995 VETERAN KOREAN WAR
OAKLEY, O. H. "Pete"
O.H."Pete"Oakley,age 66,died Sunday,March 26,1995,north of Woodson.
The body was cremated and memorial services will be at 3p.m. Wednesday,
March 28,the First Christian Church with Rev.J.R.Williams officiating,
directed by Melton Funeral Home.He was born on July 20,1928 in Ada,
Oklahoma. He married GERTIE SLAUGHTER on October 15,1956 in Mineral
Wells.He was a longtime Woodson resident and worked in the maintenance
department for the Texas Highway Department. He was a member of the
Woodson First Christian Church and a U.S.Army veteran of the Korean
Conflict. Survivors include his wife,GERTIE OAKLEY of Woodson;one
daughter,REBEKAH PATRICK of Albany;two sons,GREG SLAUGHTER of
Lewisville and PETE HOWARD OAKLEY of Wichita Falls;two sisters,WILDA
LEWIS of Orlando,Flordia and FRANCES OAKLEY of Ranger;two brothers,
JOHN BOB OAKLEY of Stamford and JESSE OAKLEY of Port Arthur;and four
grandchildren.He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers.
Honorary pallbearers will be CARLTON SULLIVAN,ELGA RAY SMITH,WADE BOYD,
JAY HIBBITTS,GARY SULLIVAN,KENNETH MITCHELL, W.E.HARPER and ED CARROLL
O'DELL,DEWEY b:10/29/1933 d:06/09/2003
Dewey O'Dell,69,died Monday,June 9,2003,at Hendrick Hospice in Abilene,
Texas.Services will be 10:00a.m. Wednesday,June 11,2003,at First
Christian Church in Woodson,with Rev.Michael Patrick officiating and
Rick Randall of Austin assisting.Burial will follow in Woodson
Cemetery under the direction of Merriman-Archer Funeral Home of
Throckmorton. Dewey was born to J.T.and LUCILLE BRANTLEY O'DELL
October 29,1933 in Throckmorton County,Texas.He was a 1951 graduate of
Woodson High School. He and FLORENE KERBY were married on November 17,
1951 in Woodson. He was a lifetime resident of Woodson.He was a farmer
and rancher and a member of the First Christian Church in Woodson. He
was preceded in death by his father,J.T.O'DELL in Nov.1981;and mother,
LUCILLE O'DELL on January 12,1998.Dewey fought a courageous five year
battle with cancer. Survivors include his wife,FLORENE O'DELL of
Woodson;two sons,TERRY O'DELL and wife DONNA of Archer City,ERIC
O'DELL and wife MARY of Woodson;four grandchildren,TIARRA TRUETTE and
husband JAKE,SHAWN O'DELL,DUSTY O'DELL,DILLION O'DELL;two sisters,
BARBARA LYNN BELLAH of Woodson and DOROTHY SULLIVAN of Breckenridge;
one brother,JOHNNY O'DELL of Austin.Visitation will be from 7 to 8p.m.
today at the Merriman-Archer Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to
First Christian Church Building Fund;or Hospice of Abilene and may be
left at the funeral home.
O'DELL,J.T. b:11/05/1909 d:11/07/1981
O'DELL,LUCILLE b:11/14/1911 d:01/12/1998
Lucille Brantley Odell,86 of Woodson,passed away Monday,January 12,
1998 in a Throckmorton Health Care Center.Funeral services were held
Wednesday,January 14 at 2p.m.at the First Christian Church in Woodson
with the Rev.Ava Berry of Throckmorton officiating and the Rev.Michael
Patrick of Weatherford assisting.Burial followed in the Woodson
Cemetery.Mrs.Odell was born November 14,1911 in Cross Plains to LLOYD
and OLLIE JONES BRANTLEY. She moved to Woodson from Cross Plains as a
small child. She married J.T.ODELL,JR.,on May 26,1929 in Woodson who
preceded her in death in November 1981.She was a homemaker and a
member of the Eastern Star#500 and the First Christian Church of
Woodson. She assisted her husband in farm and ranch work. She is
survived by two daughters,BARBARA LYNN BELLAH of Woodson and DOROTHY
SULLIVAN of Breckenridge;two sons,DEWEY ODELL of Woodson and JOHNNY
ODELL of Austin;one brother,HAROLD BRANTLEY of Stanton;12
grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren.She was preceded in death by
her parents,three brothers and a sister. The family requests memorials
be made to the building fund of the First Christian Church of Woodson.
They may be left at the Merriman-Archer Funeral Home or sent to Nancy
Baxley in Woodson.
O'DELL,NOBLE b:04/22/1908 d:01/21/1990
ODOM,CRENA H.LITTLE b:00/00/1882 d:00/00/1967
ODOM,FANNIE E. b:00/00/1874 d:00/00/1930
ODOM,JAMES C. b:02/19/1889 d:02/16/1966
ODOM,LUCKY W. b:04/05/1916 d:09/03/1959
ODOM,SHERD D. b:12/12/1885 d:02/21/1958
ODOM, S. D.
S.D.Odom,73,of Woodson,died Feb.21,at 4:15p.m.in Hendricks Memorial
Hospital at Abilene. He had been in ill health and under went surgery
in October of last year. Mr.Odom was born Dec.12,1885 in Brazos County
and moved to Woodson in 1907 from Houston County. He farmed until 1945,
having owned and operated a Sinclair Service Station in Woodson since
that time.He was married to CRENA LITTLE in July of 1905 and was a
member of the Jehova Witnesses. Funeral services will be conducted
Sunday Feb.23 at 2:30p.m. in the Woodson gymnasium.Burial will be in
Woodson Cemetry under direction of Melton Funeral Home.Pallbearers
will be HUGH DICKIE,JR.,JOE DICKIE,JOE CHRISTIAN,JOHN LEE PEVEY,JIM
MORROW,T.C.TUBBS,G.L.PARKER and WADE BOYD.Survivors include the wife
of Woodson;a son,L.W. of Aspermont;five grandchildren and one
ODOM,TRIXIE N. b:05/28/1897 d:06/25/1972
OLIVER,CYRUS"PETE" b:05/31/1910 d:11/13/1963
OLIVER,EULA b:12/09/1898 d:05/27/1976
OLIVER,L.T. b:12/07/1896 d:10/23/1966
OLIVER,LORRAINE b:09/13/1912 d:02/07/1998
Loraine Oliver,85,of Woodson,died Saturday,Feb.7,1998 at Stephens
Memorial Hospital.Funeral services were at 11a.m.Monday at the Melton
Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with the Rev.Joe Stewart officiating.
Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery and directed by Melton Funeral Home.
She was born Sept.13,1912 in the LaCasa Community. She married CYRUS
OLIVER Dec.7,1930 in Woodson.He preceded her in death Nov.13,1963.She
was a longtime Woodson resident.She was a member of the First Baptist
Church of Woodson and the cafeteria supervisor for the Woodson
Independent School District. She is survived by three daughters,PAM
OLIVER of Lawton,Oklahoma,FAYE MORRIS of Breckenridge and DARLA
UNDERWOOD of Fort Worth;two sons,ROY BURL OLIVER and BILL OLIVER both
of Woodson;one brother,J.B.HERRINGTON of Woodson;nine grandchildren
and 17 great-grandchildren.She was preceded in death by one
granddaughter. Pallbearers were KYLE OLIVER,DANNY MORRIS,KURT OLIVER,
GARY OLIVER,LLOYD OLIVER,JIM OLIVER and KEN HERRINGTON. Memorials may
be made to the Woodson Cemetery Association. Memorials may be left at
Melton Funeral Home.
OSBORN,M.L. no dates no dates
OSBORN,R. no dates no dates
note:flat cement markers with only their names scratched on top
OTTS,FALA b:11/02/1903 d:04/15/1967
OTTS,IMA FAY b:01/19/1911 d:07/09/2004
OTTS, Ima Fay
Ima Fay Otts,passed from this life on Friday,July 9,2004 in the
Throckmorton County Memorial Hospital at the age of 93.Funeral
services were held on Sunday,July 11,2004 at 4p.m. at the
Merriman-Archer Funeral Chapel with Rev.Will Fish officiating.
Interment was in the Woodson Cemetery in Woodson under the direction
of Merriman-Archer Funeral Home of Throckmorton. Ima Fay was born on
January 19,1911 in Jacksboro,Texas to W.E.and ROSA OTHA(HANN)COOK.
Ima Fay and SIDNEY ALVIN OTTS were married in January of 1928 in
Eliasville,Texas.He preceded her in death on November 26,1994.She
moved from Woodson to Throckmorton in 1959. Mrs.Otts was a homemaker
and a member of the Baptist Church. Mrs.Otts was preceded in death by
a son,JIMMY OTTS on August 19,2002 and two grandsons and a
granddaughter. Mrs.Otts is survived by her sons GRANVEL GENE OTTS and
wife THERESA of Throckmorton,DERRELL OTTS and wife DESSIE of
Throckmorton,BOBBY DON OTTS of Alvardo;a daughter-in-law,BETH OTTS of
Throckmorton;two sisters,JESSIE JUDAH of Irving and RHUDIAN LONG of
Carlsbad,N.M.;a brother,WILLIARD COOK of Carlsbad,N.M.;ten
grandchildren and eleven great-grandchildren.
OTTS,JAMES GAYLON b:04/29/1946 d:04/18/1989 VETERAN VIETNAM
OTTS,JESS b:01/05/1899 d:07/09/1991
OTTS,LENORA b:11/27/1876 d:02/15/1959
OTTS,SIDNEY ALVIN b:12/06/1900 d:11/26/1994
OVERCASH,BILLY b:12/08/1946 d:12/08/1946
OVERCASH,JESS G. b:02/27/1877 d:02/26/1939
OVERCASH,JESS WADE b:04/16/1916 d:01/15/1993 VETERAN WWII
OVERCASH,JIM BILL b:10/07/1918 d:05/22/1999 VETERAN WWII
OVERCASH, Jim Bill
Jim Bill Overcash,80,died Tuesday,June 22,1999,at Throckmorton County
Memorial Hospital.Graveside funeral services were held Thursday at the
Woodson Cemetery with The Reverend Michael Patrick officiating.Masonic
Rites were conducted by the Ft.Griffin Masonic Lodge#489. He was born
October 7,1918 in Woodson.He married ANNIE MAE SULLIVAN on July 1,1939
in Breckenridge. He as a U.S.Navy vetern of WWII. He was a stock
farmer and a member of the First Christian Church of Woodson and a
member of the Ft.Griffin Masonic Lodge #489. Mr.Overcash is survived
by his wife,ANNIE MAE OVERCASH of Woodson;one daughter,JOY BRYANT of
Woodson;two sons,JOE MAX OVERCASH of Mineola and JIM OVERCASH of
Graham;one brother,GENE OVERCASH of Graford;five grandchildren and
three great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the Woodson First
Christian Church building fund or to the Woodson Cemetery Association
and may be left at Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home.
OVERCASH,LORENE LILLY b:11/07/1895 d:08/25/1981
obit under Lilly,Lorene
PALMER,BARBARA b:05/07/1934 d:01/24/1993
Funeral services for Barbara Palmer,a 58 year old Woodson resident,
were held on Tuesday,January 26,1993,at 2p.m. at First Baptist Church
in Woodson.Reverend Steve McMeans,pastor of Oak Street Baptist Church
in Graham,officiated,assisted by Reverend Bryant Sears,pastor of First
Baptist Church in Woodson.Burial followed in Woodson Cemetery under the
direction of Morehart Mortuary in Breckenridge. Mrs.Palmer died Sunday
evening,January 24,1993,at her residence.She was born BARBARA IVAN
MILLER on May 7,1934 in Throckmorton County.She grew up in Woodson and
graduated from Woodson High School. She had lived in Elbert,Valley
View,Electra and Post before returning to Woodson in 1988. She was a
member of the Rebekkah Lodge in Electra. She was a housewife and a
member of First Baptist Church in Woodson. Survivors include one son,
SAMMIE PALMER of Post;two daughters,THRESSA ANN HARP of Post and NANCY
MILLER of Stephenville;one sister,DEE BLEVINS of Woodson;her mother,
FLORENCE MILLER of Woodson;six grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
She was preceded in death by her father and one brother. The family
requests that memorials be made to First Baptist Church in Woodson.
Memorials may be left at Morehart Mortuary. Pallbearers were MARK
BLEVINS,TRACY ELLISTON,BABE JONES,DANNY JONES,JUDGE JONES and ROGER
PARKER,JOHN G. b:05/01/1868 d:05/25/1960
PARKER,NANCY b:09/13/1870 d:02/10/1950
PARKER,OSCAR CARNELL b:02/07/1939 d:09/18/1999 VETERAN VIETNAM
PARKER, Oscar C.
Funeral services for Oscar C.Parker,a 60 year old Woodson resident,
will be Saturday,September 18,at the Morehart Mortuary.Reverend Jodey
Sanders will officiate.Burial will follow in the Woodson Cemetery
under the direction of Morehart Mortuary.Mr.Parker died Thursday
morning at his residence. Oscar C.Parker was born February 7,1939 in
Merkel and attended school in Munday. He served in the United States
Army from 1957 until 1977,when he retired as a Staff Serteant. His
home base was Fort Hood,Texas. After retirement,he moved to Woodson
and worked in the oilfields.He married BOBBIE WALKER in Munday,
November 8,1962.He was a member of the First Baptist Church in Woodson.
Survivors include his wife,BOBBIE PARKER of Woodson;a son PETER PARKER,
of Manhattan,Kansas;a daughter,PATTIE PARROTT of Denver City;five
brothers,KENNETH PARKER of Deltona,Flordia,DUB PARKER of Stamford,
DARRELL PARKER of Knox City,JERRY PARKER of Benjamin and DARON PARKER
of Munday;five sisters AUTA MARION of Knox City,WANDA BEARDEN of
Petersburg,PEGGY BEARDEN of Crum,VELTA BLACKWELL of Borger and DENA
KING of Munday.Also surviving are five grandchildren.He was preceded
in death by his parents.The family requests memorials be made to the
Hendrick Hospice Care Unit of Abilene.Memorials may be left at
PARKER,RALPH O. b:10/04/1902 d:01/08/1919
PARKER,WILLIAM GILL b:09/01/1912 d:12/02/1972
PARKS,ALICE M. b:09/17/1864 d:06/22/1932
PARKS,FANNIE b:09/23/1891 d:07/01/1959
PARKS,WILLIAM E. b:11/25/1857 d:07/27/1940
PARROTT,DADIE b:01/11/1904 d:04/14/2004
Dadie Parrott,100,of Woodson,died April 14,2004 at the Throckmorton
County Memorial Hospital.Funeral services were held at 2p.m.on Friday,
April 16,2004 at the First Christian Church in Woodson with Rev.John
Sanders officiating. Interment was in the Woodson Cemetery under the
direction of Merriman-Archer Funeral Home of Throckmorton. Dadie was
born on January 11,1904 in Admiral,Texas to WILEY DANIEL and AMANDA
ELLA(CAMPBELL)JONES. Dadie and JAMES ERMON PARROTT were married on
July 3,1923 in Breckenridge. He preceded her in death on September 22,
1975. She was a homemaker,a lifetime resident of Woodson,and a member
of the First Christian Church in Woodson. Dadie is survived by her
daughter,PATSY MCLEMORE and JOE of Woodson;a son,BOBBY PARROTT and
wife JOANNA of Lubbock;9 grandchildren,15 great-grandchildren and 8
PARROTT,J.G. b:03/28/1868 d:10/02/1927
PARROTT,JAMES ERMON b:09/03/1897 d:09/21/1975
Ermon Parrott,78,of Woodson,died at noon Monday in a Throckmorton
hospital. A retired farmer and rancher,Mr.Parrott was to be buried in
the Woodson Cemetery at 4p.m. today following services at the Woodson
Christian Church directed by Merriman Funeral Home of Throckmorton. Mr.
Parrott was born Sept.3,1897,and moved to Throckmorton County in 1906.
He married DADIE JONES in Breckenridge on July 3,1923.Survivors
include his wife;a son,BOBBY of Haskell;a daughter,Mrs.PATSY MCLEMORE
of Iowa Park;a sister,Mrs.EVELYN BIBB of Throckmorton;nine
grandchildren and three great-grandchildren.
PARROTT,JOSEPHINE"JOSIE" b:08/16/1863 d:08/04/1949
PARROTT,LEWIS E. b:09/16/1888 d:03/04/1968
PARROTT,LILA b:02/17/1912 d:06/28/2000
Lila Parrott,age 88,died Wednesday,June 28,2000,at Mesa Springs
Healthcare Center of Abilene,Texas.Services were held Friday,June 30,
2000,at 2p.m. at the Woodson Church of Christ with Rev.Darrell Martin
officiating.Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery under the direction of
Merriman-Archer Funeral Home. Ms.Parrott was born in Woodson,Texas on
February 17,1912. She was a member of the Woodson Young Homemakers and
the Woodson Church of Christ from the time she was a young teenager.
She moved to Throckmorton from Woodson in 1982. She attended Nursing
school at Harris Hospital in Fort Worth.She was preceded in death by
her father,LEWIS PARROTT on March 4,1968 and her mother,MYRTLE PARROTT
on August 18,1978.Also one brother,BUSTER PARROTT on February 3,1996.
Survivors are 2 sisters,RUDY HILL and FLORENCE HUSTON of Throckmorton,
and numerous nieces and nephews.
PARROTT,MYRTLE D.REAMY b:02/18/1892 d:08181978
PARROTT,ORVILLE H."DAN" b:03/25/1895 d:12/11/1958 VETERAN WWI
PARROTT,RICHARD L."DICK" b:09/21/1851 d:05/18/1910
PARROTT,VERA VIRGINIA b:12/31/1904 d:08/20/1976
PARROTT,VIRGIL LEE "BUSTER" b:11/06/1914 d:02/03/1996
PARROTT, Virgil Lee "Buster"
Funeral services for Virgil Lee "Buster" Parrott,an 81 year old Albany
resident,were held on Monday,Feb.5,1996 at Albany Church of Christ.
Brian Cope,minister officiated. Burial followed in Woodson Cemetery
under the direction of Morehart Mortuary in Albany. Mr.Parrott died
Saturday afternoon at Shackelford County Hospital in Albany.Mr.Parrott
was born on Nov.6,1914 in Woodson. He grew up in Woodson and attended
schools there. He married ADA MAE GRAY in Breckenridge on Aug.1,1936.
He had farmed and ranched in Woodson and Ivan. He was a member of the
Church of Christ.He moved to Albany in 1990.Survivors include his wife,
ADA MAE PARROTT of Albany;one daughter,VIRGINIA ANN LOWE of Albany;
three sisters,LILA PARROTT,RUBY HILL and FLORENCE HOUSTON,all of
Throckmorton;nine grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. He was
preceded in death by his parents and one son,LEWIS SIMS PARROTT. The
family requests that memorials be made to the American Diabetes
Association. Memorials may be left at Morehart Mortuary. Pallbearers
were DON BATES,MIKE HERRINGTON,JAY LOWE,STEVE LOWE,DON PARROTT,and
RANDY PARROTT. Honorary pallbearers were WOODY BEATY,JIM BILL OVERCASH,
BILLY WAYNE WHITE and BRAD WHITAKER.
PARROTT,W.W. b:10/26/1853 d:02/17/1927
PARROTT,WAYMON J. b:03/05/1940 d:02/11/1941
PARROTT,WILLIAM A. b:10/19/1892 d:04/12/1964 VETERAN WWI
PATTERSON,ETHEL ANDERSON b:01/19/1894 d:02/01/1985
PATTERSON,J.T.JR. b:02/27/1925 d:02/27/1925
PATTERSON,JOHN T. b:04/03/1879 d:10/13/1951
PATTERSON,MYRTLE FANE b:05/22/1919 d:03/10/1920
PATTERSON,NORMA b:02/26/1887 d:07/05/1933
PATTON,CELIA B. b:03/10/1890 d:12/05/1989
PATTON, Celia B.
Celia B.Patton,99,died Dec.5,following a lengthy illness.Funeral
services were held Dec.7 at 2p.m.at Merriman Funeral Home Chapel,with
the Rev.Mike Gabbert,pastor of First Baptist Church,officiating.Burial
was in Woodson Cemetery,under the direction of Merriman Funeral Home.
She was born March 10,1890 in Throckmorton County,the daughter of JOHN
T.and LEILA TRIMBLE BROCKMAN.She was a lifetime resident of the county
and was a member of First Christian Church since 1900. She was
self-employed in the child care field. She married JOHN H.PATTON in
1910 in Woodson.He preceded her in death in 1927.She was also preceded
in death by one son,MALCOLM C.PATTON. Survivors include one daughter,
RUTH PATTON CONNOR of Austin;one brother,JOHN BROCKMAN of Throckmorton;
and one sister,KATE BROCKMAN of Lake Jackson.
PATTON,JOHN H. b:02/16/1889 d:10/19/1926
PATTON,M.C. b:10/08/1911 d:04/19/1927
PATTON,MALCOM b:00/00/1845 d:00/00/1910
PATTON,MATTIE C. b:00/00/1848 d:00/00/1932
PEACOCK,BEVERLY KEELS b:00/00/1943 d:00/00/1961
PEACOCK,ASA BRITE b:10/29/1901 d:11/22/1979
PEACOCK, A. B.
Asa Brite Peacock,78,of Woodson died at 10:30p.m. Thursday in Stephens
Memorial Hospital in Breckenridge following a lengthy illness. Funeral
services were at 2p.m.Saturday in Melton Chapel of Memories with the
Rev.Bob Harrison,pastor of Eliasville Baptist Church officiating.Burial
followed in the Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Melton Funeral
Home. Mr.Peacock was born Oct.29,1901,in Young County,Texas.He married
EVA FAYE OTTS Nov.7,1923 in Throckmorton.They moved in 1937 from Young
County to Woodson where Mr.Peacock was owner and operator of several
businesses prior to his retirement. He was a Baptist. His survivors
include his wife of Woodson;one daughter,Mrs.EARL (NADINE) LANCE of
Hurford;one son,LAYLON PEACOCK of Woodson;two sisters,MINNIE DANIELS
of Weatherford and IVA ROY of Houston;two brothers,BEN PEACOCK and
MILBURN PEACOCK,both of Woodson;three grandchildren;and four
great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were HUGH DICKIE,MILFORD HOSKINS,ROY
OLIVER,GEORGE PEACOCK,QUINTON DANIELS and G.J.PEACOCK.
PEACOCK,CHARLES MILBURN b:04/05/1896 d:05/11/1982 VETERAN WWI
Milburn Peacock,86,of Breckenridge died at 11:30a.m.Tuesday May 11 at
Stephens Memorial Hospital following a long illness.Services were held
at 2p.m.,Thursday,May 13 at Melton Funeral Home Chapel of Memories.The
Rev.Ricky Mitchell,pastor of First Baptist Church of Woodson,
officiated.Burial was in Woodson Cemetery. Born April 5,1896,in Young
County,he married RUTH MARIE DANIEL July 25,1922,in Breckenridge.A
veteran of World War I,he was a retired farmer and longtime resident
of Woodson.He was a Baptist.A son,LYNDON,preceded him in death in 1950.
He is survived by his wife;a daughter,LAVERNE STOKER of Crystal Falls;
two sons,G.J. and DELTON,both of Woodson;two sisters,IVA ROY of
Houston and MINNIE DANIELS of Weatherford;11 grandchildren and 12
great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be J.C.MATTHEWS,LELAND PEACOCK,
BOBBY RECTOR,GLENN WILLIAMS,QUIEN DANIEL and GEORGE PEACOCK.
PEACOCK,EVA FAYE OTTS b:04/26/1909 d:02/07/1996
PEACOCK, Eva Faye
Eva Faye Peacock,86,a former Woodson resident,died Tuesday,Feb.7,1996,
in a Hereford hospital.Graveside service was held at 2p.m.Thursday,Feb.
8,at the Woodson Cemetery with Rev.Bob Harrison officiating,directed
by Melton Funeral Home. She was born on April 26,1909 in Young County,
Texas. She married A.B.PEACOCK on Nov.7,1923 in Throckmorton. He
preceded her in death on Nov.22,1979.She moved to Hereford in 1983,
from Woodson. She was a homemaker and a Baptist.She is survived by one
daughter,NADINE LANCE of Hereford;one son,LAYLON PEACOCK of Woodson;
one brother,A.D.OTTS of Fritch,Texas;three grandchidren;and seven
PEACOCK,GEORGE JAMES"G.J." b:03/30/1929 d:07/09/2004
PEACOCK, George James "G.J."
George James"G.J."Peacock,75,a former Woodson resident,died Friday,
July 9,2004,at a Burnet hospital.Graveside services were held Monday,
July 12,at the Woodson Cemetery,with the Rev.Don Clevenger officiating
under the direction of Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home. Peacock was born
on March 30,1929,in Young County to MILBURN PEACOCK and RUTH DANIELS
PEACOCK. He was a farmer,a rancher and a Baptist. He was a U.S.Army
engineer veteran and a past member of the Elks Lodge. He is survived
by one brother,DELTON PEACOCK and his wife,GLENDA of Albany.He is also
survived by numerous nieces and nephews,great-nieces and great-nephews.
He was preceded in death by his wife,his parents and one sister.
PEACOCK,GILBERT b:10/27/1931 d:01/15/1986 VETERAN KOREA AND VIETNAM
Services for Gilbert Peacock,54,a retired Army staff sergeant,were at
2p.m.,Friday at Bethany Baptist Church with the Rev.Charles West and
Jim Cox officiating. He died Wednesday at Humana Hospital in Abilene.
Full military graveside services were held at Woodson Cemetery under
the direction of Melton Funeral Home.A Young County native,he attended
schools in Woodson and Breckenridge. He served in the Army in Korea
and VietNam,retiring in 1969. After retirement,he worked for Creagh
Electric. He was a member of the Disabled American Veterans. Survivors
include his wife,DELORES of Breckenridge;a son,DENNIS of Breckenridge;
four sisters,NELDA AKERS of Eliasville,RITA ROBERTS of Marble Falls,
GAYLE WHITTLENGER of Wichita Falls and SHERRY ROACH of Throckmorton;
three brothers,DALE of Laurel,Miss.,CURTIS and TERRY,both of Porter;
his mother,OPAL of Throckmorton and two grandchildren.
PEACOCK,LINDON GENE b:00/00/1966 d:00/00/1967
PEACOCK,MARY EMMA b:08/12/1905 d:11/08/1981
PEACOCK,MARY LOU b:no date d:06/17/1952
PEACOCK,MILBURN LYNDON b:10/18/1925 d:11/02/1950
PEACOCK,NELLA JO b:04/23/1932 d:04/14/1986
PEACOCK, Nella Jo
Nella Jo Peacock,53,of Woodson,died at 8:35p.m.Friday at Stephens
Memorial Hospital following a sudden illness. Funeral services were at
2p.m.Sunday at the Melton Funeral Home Chapel with David Kelley,
minister of the Jeanette Street Church of Christ officiating. Burial
was in Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Melton Funeral Home.
Born NELLA JO CHRISTIAN,April 23,1932 in Woodson,she married G.J.
PEACOCK Jan.26,1953,in Clayton,N.M. She moved to Woodson in 1964 from
Odessa and had been an operator for Southwestern Bell Telephone and
operated a beauty shop in Woodson. She had also worked at Davis
Manufacturing and was a member of the First Christian Church in
Woodson. Survivors include her husband of Woodson;two sisters,EVEILA
DICKSON of Gordon and SHARON GILL of Odessa;one brother,VERNON
CHRISTIAN of Odessa;her mother,VIOLA CHRISTIAN of Breckenridge;eight
nephews and six nieces. Pallbearers were J.C.MATHIEWS,QUINTON DANIEL,
CARLTON SULLIVAN,GLEN WILLIAMS,E.R.SMITH and EDD CARROLL BROWN.
PEACOCK,OPAL BLANCHE COOK b:05/12/1913 d:01/12/1988
Opal Peacock,74,died Tuesday at a Wichita Falls hospital.Services will
be at 2p.m.Thursday at the Merriman Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev.
Paul Rawls officiating,assisted by the Rev.Wayne Sheppard. Burial will
be in the Woodson Cemetery.Born in Jack County,she was a longtime
Throckmorton resident. She was a retired restaurant cook,homemaker
and a member of the First Baptist Church. Survivors include three sons,
D.B.PEACOCK of Laural,Miss.,CURTIS PEACOCK of Porter and TERRY PEACOCK
of Stephenville;four daughters,NELDA AKERS of Eliasville,RITA GAY
ROBERTS of Porter,JUDY GAYLE WITTLINGER of Seattle,Wash.,and SHERRY
ROACH of Throckmorton;five sisters,FLODEL PIERCE of Jacksboro,JESSIE
JUDAH of Dallas,LILLIE BROCK of DeLeon,RUDENE GARRETT of Stephenville
and FAYE OTTS of Throckmorton;a brother,WILLARD COOK of Carlsbad,N.M.;
23 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.
PEACOCK,RAY EUGENE b:07/19/1926 d:12/01/1947 VETERAN WWII
PEACOCK,RUTH MARIE b:10/02/1905 d:03/11/1990
PEACOCK, Ruth Marie
Ruth Marie Peacock,84,died Sunday,March 11,1990,at Villa Haven Nursing
Home. Funeral services were held at 2p.m.Tuesday,March 13,1990 at the
Melton Funeral Home Chapel of Memories,with Rev.Rex Boggs officiating.
Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Melton
Funeral Home. She was born October 2,1905 in Young County,Texas. She
married CHARLES MILBURN PEACOCK on July 25,1922 in Breckenridge. He
preceded her in death May 11,1982. She moved to Stephens Co.in 1982
from Young County. She was a homemaker and a member of the First
Baptist Church in Woodson. She is survived by one daughter,LAVERNE
STOKER of Chrystal Falls;two sons,G.J.PEACOCK and DELTON PEACOCK,both
of Woodson;16 grandchildren;11 great-grandchildren and one
great-great-grandson.She was also preceded in death by one son,LINCOLN
PEACOCK in 1950. Pallbearers were LAYLON PEACOCK,QUENTON DANIELS,BOBBY
RECTOR,J.B.REEVES,GLENN WILLIAMS and CARLTON SULLIVAN.
PEACOCK,WILLIAM FRANCIS b:01/15/1898 d:01/07/1975
PEELER,R.E. b:02/18/1845 d:10/28/1925
PEVEY,CONNIE JANE no dates no date
PEVEY,DICIE FLORENCE b:06/05/1881 d:08/30/1965
PEVEY,JOHN LEE b:11/11/1913 d:01/06/1987 VETERAN WWII
John Lee Pevey,75,died Tuesday in Woodson. Services were at 2p.m.
Thursday at the Woodson Baptist Church with the Rev.Rick Mitchell
officiating. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery directed by Merriman
Funeral Home in Throckmorton. Born in Woodson,he was a lifelong
resident of Woodson. He was a retired postmaster and a U.S.Army Air
Corps veteral of World War II. Survivors include his wife,ANETTE
QUATTLEBAUM PEVEY of Woodson;three sons,GARY PEVEY of Breckenridge,
MAX PEVEY of Abilene and WARREN PEVEY of Atlanta;two daughters,JOHNNA
SUE PEVEY of Abilene and CELIA ANN CLARK of Graham;a sister,FLORENCE
NARD of Kingsport,Tenn.;five grandchildren and a great-grandson.
PEVEY,JOHN THOMAS b:01/31/1882 d:07/28/1944
PHILLIPS,FREDA JONES SULLIVAN b:01/24/1931 d:03/11/1982
PHILLIPS,G.U. b:11/03/1882 d:08/24/1975
PHILLIPS,MARY MAE b:05/27/1894 d:10/28/1968
PHILYAW,MYRTLE"BETH"LEE b:05/18/1941 d:04/09/2005
PHILYAW, Mytrle "Beth"
Myrtle"Beth"Philyaw,63,died Saturday April 9.2005.Funeral service
will be held at 2p.m. today,April 13,at Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home
Chapel of Memories with the Rev.Danny Lee officiating.Burial will
follow in the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton-Kitchens Funeral
Home. Mrs.Philyaw was born on May 18,1941 in Woodson to TOM O.LEE and
LOMETA MAY ALLEN LEE. She was a member of First Christian Church and
had been a meter reader for the City of Breckenridge. Survivors
include a daughter,PENNY ELIZABETH SAUCEDO of Breckenridge;two sons,
JAMES LEE MEREDITH and TOMMY DALE MEREDITH,both of Breckenridge;four
sisters,BETTY CARLTON of Pasadena,NORENE RUST of Breckenridge,BARBARA
FOX of Rising Star,and RUTH ANN BOLAND of Breckenridge;one brother,
EDDIE LEE of Sulpher Springs;five grandchildren,EDWARD LOPEZ,JESSE
LOPEZ,COURTNEY DURAN,TOMMY LEE MEREDITH and JADEN MEREDITH,all of
Breckenridge;and three great-grandchildren,PHILLIP ANDREW LOPEZ,DONOVAN
TAYLOR LOPEZ and FABIAN ENRIQUE LOPEZ,all of Breckenridge. Memorials
may be made to the American Cancer Society or to Meals On Wheels and
may be left at the funeral home.
PIERCE,BRUCE ROGER b:12/20/1908 d:04/03/1989 VETERAN WWII
PIERCE,ELLA b:05/13/1867 d:04/04/1949
PIERCE,J.B. b:02/10/1861 d:09/04/1918
PIERCE,JESS LEE b:00/00/1899 d:00/00/1973
PIERCE,SARAH H. b:05/06/1856 d:10/02/1916
PILGREEN,EVELYN b:01/16/1851 d:09/08/1924
PITTMAN,T.E. b:10/25/1859 d:06/10/1928
POINTER,R.V. b:10/16/1909 d:97/23/1917
POSERN,ERNEST ARTHUR b:00/00/1873 d:00/00/1943 VETERAN WWI
POSERN,HORACE b:02/10/1909 d:10/09/1933
POSERN,MYRTLE b:00/00/1884 d:00/00/1977
POSTELL,EVERETT A."BUD" b:10/28/1921 d:10/12/1991
POSTELL,MARGARET RUTH"SUE" b:03/31/1921 d:09/18/1995
POSTELL, Margaret Sue
Margaret Ruth "Sue"Postell,74,died Monday,Sept.18,1995,at her home in
Weatherford. Services were held at 2p.m.Thursday,Sept.21,at Woodson
Baptist Church with the Rev.James Wilson officiating.Burial was in
Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Merriman-Archer Funeral Home
in Throckmorton. Mrs.Postell was born March 31,1921 in Cockrell Hill,
Texas.She was a member of the Baptist Church. She taught for 25 years
at various schools including Woodson and Eliasville. She married DAVID
BELLAH August 6,1950 in Mineral Wells.He preceded her in death October
5,1978. She and BUD POSTELL were married March 13,1981 in Weatherford.
He preceded her in death Oct.12,1991.Survivors include one son,LEE
BELLAH of Waxahachie,Texas;one daughter,KAREN SUE TENNISON;a brother,
PAUL ISABELL of Brownwood;and three grandchildren.
PRATT,SAM J. b:00/00/1898 d:00/00/1929 VETERAN WWI
PRICE,BENJAMIN CARTER b:12/05/1888 d:01/02/1937
PRICE,ELWOOD b:10/22/1909 d:11/09/1919
PRICE,JACK RANDAEL b:10/06/1929 d:01/13/1944
PRICE,MARY G. b:03/06/1845 d:02/10/1915
PRICE,RICHARD BEN b:10/02/1926 d:01/28/1966 VETERAN WWII
PRICHARD,BIRDIE b:02/21/1896 d:02/16/1928
PRICHARD JOBE b:10/12/1886 d:08/14/1974
PROCTOR,BEATRICE b:05/27/1913 d:01/13/1943
PRUITT,KATIE DICKIE b:02/23/1900 d:05/25/1979
PUGH,BABY no dates no dates
RAIZA,BURT DUKE b:04/03/1878 d:02/02/1962
RAIZA,HARRY W. b:05/02/1877 d:09/09/1966
RAMSEY,ERMINE DAWS b:07/26/1910 d:07/26/1910
RAY,MARY b:07/17/1888 d:03/29/1921
REAMY,BETTY LYNN b:09/13/1927 d:07/18/1941
REAMY,GERTRUDE PITTS b:00/00/0000 d:01/22/2003
REAMY, Gertrude Pitts
Gertrude Pitts Reamy,age 92,died Wednesday,Jan.22,2003,in Cincinnatti,
Ohio.Funeral services will be held at 11a.m.Saturday,Jan.25,2003,at
the First Baptist Church in Woodson with Rev.Jeff Eastman officiating.
Burial will follow in the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton-Kitchens
Funeral Home. Reamy was a beloved wife of the late OLIVER EARL REAMY.
She was a devoted mother of JACK G.(JANE)REAMY of Cincinnati,the late
THOMAS EARL,BETTY LYNN and JULIE ANN REAMY. Sister of the late J.D.
PITTS and DOROTHY DUHAN. She also is survived by three grandchildren
and five great-grandchildren.
REAMY,JANIE ANN b:08/29/1943 d:08/29/1943
REAMY,NETTIE MAY b:03/02/1886 d:09/06/1946
REAMY,OLIVE E."OLLIE" b:03/01/1906 d:09/23/1981
REAMY,PHILICIA ODESSA b:10/02/1906 d:12/03/1984
REAMY,THOMAS EARL b:01/23/1935 d:11/04/1977
REAMY,WALTER NOLAN b:11/30/1901 d:04/22/1978
REAMY,WALTER S. b:10/07/1880 d:01/01/1952
REED,A.S."AB" b:00/00/1907 d:00/00/1975
REED,ALBERT GARLAND b:00/00/1935 d:00/00/1985
REED,VELMA b:11/26/1913 d:12/15/1996
REEVES,CLARANCE C. b:00/00/1885 d:05/31/1964
REEVES,JAMES BURGESS"J.B." b:08/19/1916 d:09/17/1999
REEVES, J. B.
J.B.Reeves,83,of Olney,a former Woodson resident,died Friday,September
17,1999 at an Olney hospital.Funeral services were held at 2p.m.Sunday
at the Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home Chapel with The Reverend Jimmy
Stiles officiating.Masonic graveside rites were in the Woodson
Cemetery directed by Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home.Mr.Reeves was born
on August 19,1916 in Throckmorton County. He married NELLIE BROWN on
October 20,1933 in Throckmorton. She preceded him in death on November
21,1987.He married CLARA PALMER on July 16,1988 in Haskell.He moved to
Olney in 1997 from Woodson. He was an oilfield pumper retiring in 1980.
He worked for Throckmorton Co.as a pumper until 1988 and was a Master
Mason in the Ft.Griffin Masonic Lodge #489. He is survived by his wife,
CLARA REEVES of Olney;three daughters,KEELEY REEVES of Caddo,PATSY
LAWSON of Dallas,and ANN CHARBONEAU of Wichita Falls;two sons,CLARENCE
EDWARD REEVES of San Francisco,California and BOBBY MACK REEVES of
Tuscola;eight grandchildren,JIM BOB COZART of Cisco,TOMMY REEVES of
Lubbock,MICHAEL REEVES of College Station,JAMES PAUL REEVES of
Levelland,RAY CHARBONEAU of Wichita Falls,LAURA REEVES of Tuscola,
TAMMIE HARRISON of Wichita Falls and MELISSA MURPHEY of Nocona;four
great-grandchildren. He was also preceded in death by a son,JAMES
LARRY"TOOTER"REEVES in 1982.Pallbearers were CLINT REEVES,RONNIE
MITCHELL,FRANK FRAIZER,ROY BURL OLIVER,BUB BACHMAN and CHRIS DICKIE.
Honorary pallbearers were JOHN NOLTE and ERIC FIELDS.
REEVES,JAMES LARRY"TOOTER" b:12/31/1941 d:05/02/1982
REEVES, James Larry "Tooter"
A 40 year old former Woodson man was shot to death late Saturday at
his home in Richardson,according to Richardson Police.James Larry
"Tooter"Reeves of Richardson was dead on arrival at 12:30a.m.Sunday at
Richardson Memorial Hospital after he was shot once in the head about
11:30p.m.Saturday,police reports said. A woman was arrested Sunday in
the incident,according to police.Services will be at 2p.m.Wednesday at
Melton Funeral home in Breckenridge. The Rev.Ricky Mitchell of Woodson
Baptist Church will officiate,assisted by the Rev.Kenneth Blair of
Trinity Baptist Church at Haskell.Burial will be at Woodson Cemetery.
Born Dec.31,1941,at Gorman,he moved to Richardson in 1967 from Abilene.
He owned and operated Columbia Oil Field Supply Co.,in Dallas.He was a
member of Woodson Baptist Church and the Masonic Lodge in Irving.
Survivors include his wife,LORAINE REEVES of Richardson,a daughter,Mrs.
KEELEY ANDERSON of Breckenridge;three sons,JIM BOB of Cisco,TOMMY and
MICHAEL,both of Richardson;two brothers,CLARENCE EDWARD of San
Francisco,Calif.,and BOBBY of Lawn;his parents,Mr.and Mrs.J.B.REEVES
of Woodson. Pallbearers will be STEVE ZARIFF,DAVE EDWARDS,LARRY
SULLIVAN,R.L.ADAIR,DEXTER WHITAKER,JOE WHITAKER,EDDIE FLETCHER and ED
CARROLL BROWN. Honorary pallbearers will be ELMER WRIGHT,CARL KEMP,
BILLY WHITAKER,BRAD WHITAKER,LARRY LIBBY,CHARLES LEO,MALCOLM BROWN,TOM
HANLIN,MEL MCINTYRE,ROYCE JONES,JIMMY GILMORE and SONNY BURDEN.
REEVES,MATTIE C. b:00/00/1885 d:00/00/1953
REEVES,NELLIE BROWN b:12/12/1917 d:11/21/1987
Nellie Reeves,69,died Nov.21 at a Throckmorton nursing home. Services
were at 2p.m.Nov.23 in Breckenridge at the Melton Funeral Home Chapel
of Memories with the Ricky Mitchell officiating.Burial was in the
Woodson Cemetery. Born in Stephens County,she was a longtime Woodson
area resident. She married J.B.REEVES,October 20,1933 in Throckmorton.
She was a nurse's aide,a member of the First Baptist Church and the
Eastern Star. Survivors include her husband,J.B.REEVES of Woodson;one
daughter;two sons,CLARENCE EDWARD of San Francisco,Calif.,and BOBBY
MACK of Lawn;three sisters,FANNIE WRIGHT,Corona,Calif.,SYBIL CHOATE,
Breckenridge and VIVIAN LEO,Odessa;four brothers,DOC,of Clyde,SILAS of
Woodson,GEORGE of Stephenville,and Moody of Fort Worth;six
grandchildren;and a great-grandchild.Pallbearers were CARLTON SULLIVAN,
E.R.SMITH,JOE WHITAKER,CHRIS DICKIE,BUB BACHMAN and G.J.PEACOCK.
RICE,GERTRUDE H.MOORE b:08/05/1903 d:06/26/1983
Gertrude Rice,79,of Woodson,died at 5a.m.Sunday at Throckmorton
Hospital following a brief illness.Services will be at 10a.m.Wednesday,
at Central church of Christ,directed by Merriman Funeral Home in
Throckmorton. Mike Cox,Church of Christ minister from Breckenridge,
will officiate.Burial will be at Woodson Cemetery. The body will be
taken to the church at 9a.m.Wednesday. Born Aug.5,1903,in Kaufman
County,she married J.R.RICE May 5,1934 in Shamrock. He died in 1975.
Survivors include three brothers,NORMAN MOORE of Pittsburg,Calif.,
LEROY MOORE of Kansas City,Kan.,and DOUGLAS MOORE of South Carolina;
three sisters,GLADYS KARL of Woodson,COLLEEN SWIETER of Sioux City,
Iowa,and MYRNA MARTIN of Long Beach,Calif.;and her step-mother,HAZEL
WOLFORD of Sac City,Iowa.
RICE,JOHNNIE R. b:04/06/1901 d:06/16/1975
Funeral services for Johnnie Rice of Woodson,retired farmer,will be at
4p.m.today in Woodson Church of Christ.Mr.Rice,74 died at 8a.m. Monday
in Throckmorton Hospital after an apparent heart attack.Burial will be
in Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Merriman Funeral Home in
Throckmorton. Mr.Rice was born April 6,1901,in Montague County. He
married GERTRUDE MOORE May 5,1934 in Oklahoma and they moved to
Woodson in 1934.He was a member of the Woodson Church of Christ. Mr.
Rice is survived by his wife;three sisters,Mrs.MATTIE PHILLIPS and Mrs.
ROSIE PARKER,both of Alvord,and Mrs.ADA WILLIAMSON of Haskell;and a
brother,CLARENCE RICE of Alvord.
RIDLEY,WILLARD JEWEL b:06/13/1914 d:09/12/1998
RIDLEY, Willard Jewel
Willard Jewel Ridley,a rancher,carpenter,painter and Ft.Griffin
Fandangle regular,died Saturday,Sept.12,in Graham General Hospital. He
was 84. Services were held Tuesday,Sept.15,in the Merriman-Archer
Funeral Chapel in Throckmorton,with the Reverend A.B.Martin
officiating and the Reverend Darrell Martin assisting,under the
direction of Merriman-Archer Funeral Home.Burial was in Woodson
Cemetery. Mr.Ridley was born June 13,1914 in Rossville,Georgia to SAM
D.and MAGGIE TEASLEY RIDLEY. He came to Throckmorton at the age of
eleven with his parents,brother and two sisters. He attended school at
Weaver Pasture community and later at Throckmorton. He joined the CCC
(Civilian Conservation Corps)Camp and spent four years stationed at Ft.
Bliss,Texas,then he returned to Throckmorton after his discharge. Mr.
Ridley and SIBYL HARRIS were married November 12,1938 in Throckmorton.
They would have been married sixty years in November.Mr.and Mrs.Ridley
moved to Woodson about 1950. Mr.Ridley was in the Ft.Griffin Fandangle
for several years and never missed a show for ten years. He went with
the Fandangle to Lady Bird Johnson Ranch to raise money for a Memorial
for the late President Lyndon B.Johnson. Mr.Ridley worked for Lee
Atkinson on a ranch for several years and later became a self-employed
carpenter-painter. Mr.Ridley was a Baptist.He was preceded in death by
his parents,two sisters,and a granddaughter,KRISTI. Survivors include
his loving wife,SIBYL RIDLEY of Woodson;one daughter and son-in-law,
LINDA and JACKIE RHODES of Graham;one brother,ELMER RIDLEY of Junction
City,Kansas and three grandchildren.
RIFE,BEN no dates no dates
RILEY,DEWEY b:12/19/1899 d:08/11/1963
RILEY,NOVA ALLISON b:02/12/1913 d:02/25/2002
Nova Riley,age 89,of Throckmorton,Texas died Monday,February 25,2002,
at her residence in Throckmorton. Graveside services were held Tuesday,
February 26,2002 at 2p.m. Rev.Silas Short officiated.Burial took place
in Woodson at the Woodson Cemetery.Nova was born February 12,1913 in
the town of Lusk in Throckmorton County. Her parents were JAMES and
BESSIE(WALTON)ALLISON. She had lived in Throckmorton County most of
her life. She married THOMAS PARKER(T.P.)RILEY on Feb.24,1929 in
Throckmorton County. He preceded her in death on September 15,1982.
Mrs.Riley was a homemaker and a member of the Church of Christ. She
was preceded in death by 1 son,THOMAS JENE RILEY on June 9,1934,and
one grandson,RICHARD RILEY on October 1,1960. She is survived by her
daughter,PATRICIA CORNELIUS of San Angelo and son,R.A.RILEY of
Throckmorton;6 grandchildren;and 13 great-grandchildren. Memorials to
Hospic of Graham may be left at the Merriman-Archer Funeral Home.
RILEY,RICHARD THOMAS b:06/08/1960 d:10/01/1960
RILEY,THOMAS P."T.P." b:07/29/1897 d:09/15/1982
Thomas P.Riley,85,of Throckmorton,a longtime Throckmorton County
farmer died early Wednesday at Throckmorton Hospital,after a short
illness. Services will be at 2p.m. Friday at Merriman Funeral Home.
Mike Wyatt,Church of Christ minister,will officiate.Burial will be at
Woodson Cemetery. Born July 29,1897,in Eastland,he moved to
Throckmorton County in 1911. He married NOVA ALLISON in 1929. He was a
member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife;a son,R.A.
of Throckmorton;a daughter,Mrs.PAT CORNELIUS of San Angelo;three
brothers,O.C. of Whitney,LEROY of Midland and CHARLIE of Colorado;and
RILEY,VILLA b:09/24/1895 d:02/03/1983
ROBBERSON,HIRAM B. b:07/11/1896 d:08/28/1973
ROBBERSON,SUSIE BARNER b:12/19/1898 d:02/04/1996
obit under Barner,Susie Robberson
ROBERTS,CORA SUE b:06/17/1937 d:10/27/1937
ROBERTS,HARRY b:02/14/1904 d:00/00/1944
ROBERTS,HERSHELL OWEN b:08/28/1911 d:00/00/1977
ROBERTS,JOE FRANK b:12/19/1942 d:03/24/1992
ROBERTS,KENNETH b:09/12/1925 d:11/00/1927
ROBERTS,LOUISE ALLEN FOSTER b:01/20/1929 d:10/23/2001
ROBERTS, Louise Allen
Louise Allen Roberts died Tuesday,October 23,2001,in Graham Regional
Hospital in Graham,Tx.,at the age of 72 years,9 months,and 3 days.
Louise was born in Rufe,Oklahoma to LUTHER ALEXANDER and LONA(WAGES)
FOSTER.Louise and MONROE C.ROBERTS were married on September 20,1949
in Jacksboro. He preceded her in death on November 1,1998. Monroe and
Louise moved to Woodson from Muleshoe in July,1991. Louise worked as a
secretary for a cotton gin and at Allsups before retiring. She was a
homemaker. She was preceded in death by a step-son,WILL ROBERTS on May
10,1998 and 2 great-grandchildren. Survivors are her daughter;PAM DAY
of Woodson;sons,MIKE ROBERTS of Muleshoe and JERRY ROBERTS of Runaway
Bay;sister,HELEN CONLSEY of Denham Springs,Louisiana;brother,LUTHER
FOSTER of Decatur;11 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
Graveside services were held on Thursday,October 25,2001 at 4p.m. with
the Rev.Charles Fisher officiating.Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery
under the direction of Merriman-Archer Funeral Home of Throckmorton.
ROBERTS,MONROE CLEAVERN b:10/06/1911 d:11/01/1998
ROBERTS, Monroe Cleavern
Monroe Cleavern Roberts,age 87,died Sunday,November 1,1998 at Park
Place Living Center in Wichita Falls,Texas. Graveside services were
held Wednesday,November 4,1998 at 10a.m.with the Pastor Charles Wages
of Fort Worth officiating. Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery under
the direction of Merriman-Archer Funeral Home of Throckmorton. Monroe
Cleavern Roberts was born on October 6,1911 in Polmar,Oklahoma to JOE
JACKSON and NOLA MAY ROBERTS.Mr.Roberts and LOUISE FOSTER were married
on September 17,1949 in Jacksboro,Texas. Mr.Roberts moved to Woodson,
Texas from Muleshoe,Texas in July 1991. He was a retired cotton ginner
and a member of the Odd Fellows. Mr.Roberts was preceded in death by
one son,WILL ROBERTS on May 10,1998. Survivors include his wife,LOUISE
ROBERTS of Woodson,Texas;daughter,PAM DAY of Woodson,Texas;two sons,
MIKE ROBERTS of Muleshoe,Texas and JERRY ROBERTS of Breckenridge,Texas;
12 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
ROBERTS,ORA PAULINE b:12/15/1916 d:06/10/1991
Pauline Roberts,76,of Breckenridge,died Monday,June 10,1991,at Villa
Haven Nursing Home. Funeral services will be at 2p.m.Wednesday,June 12,
1991 at the Melton Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with Rev.Rex Boggs
officiating.Burial will be in the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton
Funeral Home.She was born December 15,1916 in Throckmorton County,
Texas.She married HERSHEL ROBERTS. He preceded her in death August 23,
1977. She was a longtime Breckenridge resident,a cook and a Methodist.
Survivors include three daughters,SHEILA BOLAND of Breckenridge,ELREY
DAVIS of Houston,and NITA GIARAD of Fort Worth;two sons,GARY WAYNE
ROBERTS of Colmesneil and JOE FRANK ROBERTS of Merkel;one sister;
LUCILLE BOLAND of Throckmorton;one brother,C.W.BUCHANAN of Garland;18
grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be BUDDY
MOSER,JAMES ATKINSON,CLYDE HODGES,CARROLL BURTON,LARRY MINKS and ELY
ROBERTS,SAVANNAH GERTRUDE b:10/06/1882 d:12/07/1962
ROBERTS,SOLEN FRANK b:12/07/1872 d:02/04/1958
ROBERTSON,BILLIE GWEN b:07/23/1925 d:12/12/1932
ROBERTSON,CLEBURNE E. b:03/27/1924 d:01/24/1970
ROBERTSON,L.J."JOE" b:11/10/1977 d:12/04/2002
ROBERTSON,LINDELL E. b:01/18/1928 d:02/05/1949 VETERAN WWII
ROBINSON,DIANA BROWN b:10/01/1912 d:07/23/1997
ROBINSON,FRANKIE b:00/00/1892 d:00/00/1962
ROBINSON,HORACE M. b:00/00/1882 d:00/00/1965
ROBINSON,JOHN X. b:00/00/1898 d:00/00/1964
ROBINSON,JOSIE b:00/00/1884 d:00/00/1955
ROBINSON,LEE SCOTT b:12/01/1928 d:11/20/1994
ROBINSON, Lee Scott
Lee Scott Robinson,age 65,died Sunday,Nov.20,1994,at his residence.
Funeral service will be at 10a.m.Wednesday,Nov.23,1994,at the Woodson
First Christian Church with Rev.Tom Anthony officiating. Masonic
Graveside Rites will follow in the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton
Funeral Home. He was born on Dec.1,1928 in Eastland,Texas. He married
MARGARET WILLINGHAM on June 12,1948 in Breckenridge. She preceded him
in death on Aug.23,1993.He moved to Woodson in 1964 from Odessa.He was
a farmer,rancher and gas plant operator. He was a member of the Fort
Griffin Masonic Lodge #489. He was a member of the Woodson First
Christian Church. Survivors include three daughters,KERON LEE KINYON
of Racine,Wisconsin,PATRICIA ANN EDGAR of Breckenridge and CINDY
EDMISON of Rio Vista,Texas;one son,LARRY GENE ROBINSON of Breckenridge;
one brother,ELMO ROBINSON of Rockford,Illinois;nine grandchildren and
two great-grandchildren.He was preceded in death by one grandson,JASON
EDMISON on Nov.1,1994. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer
Society,the American Heart Association or to the donor's favorite
charity and may be left at Melton Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be J.
B.REEVES,RONNIE MITCHELL,CLIFF MALEY,LESTER MOSES,JIMMY GLENN and
ROBINSON,MARGARET ILENE b:10/18/1929 d:08/23/1993
Margaret Ilene Willingham Robinson,63,of Woodson,died Monday,August 23,
1993,at a Graham hospital. Services will be at 10a.m.Thursday,Aug.26,
at Woodson Church of Christ with Jim Cox officiating.Burial will be in
the Woodson Cemetery,directed by Melton Funeral Home of Breckenridge.
Mrs.Robinson was born October 18,1929 in Woodson and returned to
Woodson from Odessa in 1964. She married LEE SCOTT ROBINSON on June 12,
1948,in Breckenridge.She was a homemaker and a member of Woodson
Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband,SCOTT ROBINSON of
Woodson;three daughters,KERON LEE KINYON of Racine,Wisconsin,PATRICIA
ANN EDGAR of Breckenridge and CINDY EDMISON of Big Spring;one son,
LARRY GENE ROBINSON of Breckenridge;two brothers,ARLISS WILLINGHAM of
Sweetwater and GLENN WILLINGHAM of Breckenridge;10 grandchildren and
one great-granddaughter. She was preceded in death by one brother,DALE
ROBINSON,ROBERT MAURICE b:12/28/1925 d:02/25/1991 VETERAN WWII
ROBINSON, Robert Maurice
Robert Maurice Robinson,65,died Monday in a Waco hospital.Memorial
services will be at 11a.m.Thursday at First Presbyterian Church with
Dr.Dan Sebasta officiating. Graveside services will be at 2p.m. at
Woodson Cemetery in Woodson,directed by McMillian-Satterwhite Funeral
Home. Mr.Robinson was born in Woodson and moved to Graham in 1988 from
Cincinnati. He was a member of First Presbyterian Church,a 32nd degree
Scottish Rite Mason,a Shriner and served in the U.S.Coast Guard during
World War II. Survivors include his wife,DORIS ROBINSON of Graham;two
sons,DON M.ROBINSON of Cincinnati and JOHN R.ROBINSON of Fort Myers,
Fla.;a daughter,SHERRY HUMPHREY of Arkansas City,Kan.;two brothers,
ELMO"TEX"ROBINSON of Rockford,Ill.and LEE SCOTT ROBINSON of Woodson;
and five grandchildren.
ROBISON,CORENE b:08/20/1917 d:10/09/1917
ROBINSON,ELIZA FRANCES b:12/15/1886 d:08/20/1963
ROBINSON,FLORENCE b:08/20/1917 d:12/03/1919
ROBISON,LEWIS H. b:10/02/1886 d:12/24/1937
ROBISON,MANCEL b:09/05/1846 d:09/20/1920
ROBISON,NANCY BELL b:00/00/1857 d:00/00/1941
ROFF,ELIZABETH CROUSEN b:02/24/1836 d:08/10/1929
ROGERS,GARLAND b:00/00/1913 d:00/00/1994
ROGERS,WILLIAM L."BILL" b:04/28/1941 d:11/13/1991
ROSALES,SANDRA b:00/00/1989 d:00/00/1989
RUTLEDGE,CALLIE TUTTLE b:00/00/1883 d:00/00/1945
RUTLEDGE,CARL b:00/00/1881 d:00/00/1945
RUTLEDGE,KENNETH B. b:05/07/1920 d:11/03/1943 "LT.Died in
the line of
RUTLEDGE,ROBERT E. b:03/06/1905 d:06/15/1942 TX.30th INF.
note:inscription on headstone"Another link is broken in our beloved
band,A golden chain is forming in another land".