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SANDEL,BENJAMIN F. b:11/22/1897 d:10/17/1973
(obit) 
SANDEL, Benjamin F.
Funeral services were conducted Friday in Melton Chapel of Memories 
for Benjamin F.Sandel,75 of Midland. R.L.Wall,minister of Vernon 
Church of Christ,officiated with interment in the Woodson Cemetery.The 
former Woodson resident died at 12:12a.m.Wednesday in Midland Memorial 
Hospital where he had been a patient for three weeks. Mr.Sandel was 
born Nov.22,1897 in Burnet County and married IDA LENORA HALLER in 
July,1919 at Woodson. She died in 1965. They lived most of their 
married life in Woodson,moving to Odessa in 1951. He retired in 1963 
and moved to Woodson in 1967. He had lived in Midland since May 1973. 
He was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors are four daughters,
Mrs.J.M.HARRIS of Midland,Mrs.RUBY E.COME of Golden,Colo.,Mrs.H.C.
MCBRIDE of Woodson and Mrs.M.O.CLEMMONS of Big Spring;two sons,WAYNE 
of Farmington,N.M. and FRANK of Big Lake;five sisters,Mrs.OSCAR MOFFATT
of Leakey,Mrs.DELLA EBERT and Mrs.ROBERT TERRY,both of Uvalde,Mrs.
GEORGIA COLEMAN of San Antonio and Mrs.GILES MATHIEWS of Albuquerque,
N.M.;15 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Grandsons will be
pallbearers.

SANDEL,IDA LENORA"NORA" b:12/16/1901 d:04/04/1965

SANDERS,ABBIE MAE b:05/28/1920 d:08/02/2001
(obit)
SANDERS, Abbie
Abbie Sanders,of Woodson,died Thursday,Aug.2,2001,at Stephens Memorial 
Hospital. She was 81. Funeral services will be at 2p.m.today at First 
Christian Church of Woodson,with the Rev.Michael Patrick officiating.
Burial will follow in Woodson Cemetery,under the direction of 
Merriman-Archer Funeral Home. She was born May 28,1920,in Woodson. She 
was a lifetime resident of Woodson.She married BILL SANDERS Dec.9,1935 
in Eastland.She was a member of First Christian Church. Mrs.Sanders is 
survived by her husband,BILL SANDERS of Woodson;two sons,BILLY CARL 
SANDERS of Mineral Wells and VICTOR ALLEN(VICKIE)SANDERS of Hamby;
three daughters,CATHERINE(CATHY)FORREST of Weatherford,CAROL(BETSY)COX 
of Paradise and VIRGINIA(GINGER)ROBINSON of Aledo;a sister,JERRY ANN 
WOOD of Houston;15 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren.

SCALZO,ROSA MARY b:03/22/1904 d:07/24/1969

SCHMITT,MICHAEL EUGENE b:07/05/1939 d:10/04/1992 U.S.NAVY VETERAN
(obit)     
SCHMITT, Michael E.
Michael E.Schmitt,age 53,of Woodson,died Sunday,October 4,1992,at an 
Abilene hospital. Funeral service was at 11a.m.Tuesday,October 5,1992,
at the Woodson Church of Christ with Darrell Martin officiating.Burial 
was in the Woodson Cemetery, directed by Melton Funeral Home. He was 
born on July 5,1939 in Fort Worth,Texas. He was married to VICKI 
TIMMONS on March 17,1973 in Woodson. He moved to woodson in 1974 from 
Albany. He was a sales executive for KORQ Radio and a distributor for 
Nu-Skin International. He was a member of the Woodson Church of Christ 
and a US Navy Veteran. He was past president of Woodson Booster Club 
and past member of the Woodson School Board.He is survived by his wife,
VICKI SCHMITT of Woodson;two daughters,MELANIE RENE SCHMITT and 
MICHELLE AIMEE SCHMITT,both of Phoenix,Arizona;one son,JOSHUA TIMMONS 
SCHMITT of Woodson;his mother,L.D.SCHMITT of Hurst;two sisters,LOUSIE 
MCCLENDON of Hurst and LOIS RAFFERTY of Alvarado;one brother,ARTHUR JOE
SCHMITT of Port Aransas. He was preceded in death by one brother. 
Pallbearers were BARNEY SCHMITT,TOMMY SCHMITT,RONNIE MCCLENDON,ROBERT 
ECHOLS,RICHARD WHITE, and DANNY BELLAH.Honorary pallbearers were JIMMY 
MILES,PETE MILLER,JODY WATSON,TODD HICKS,BLAINE SASSER,MARK DAVIS,
JEREMY HALL,JUSTIN STONE,CHAD BELLAH,BRANDON LIPPS,BILL DAY and AARON 
LITTLE.

SCOTT,HENRY W. b:07/04/1872 d:07/07/1962

SCOTT,MARY ELLEN b:08/29/1879 d:10/09/1933

SERBANTEZ,LEANDRO no dates no dates

SHANKS,FORREST A. b:02/11/1893 d:09/26/1963 VETERAN WWI

SHANKS,HATTIE b:03/12/1900 d:07/31/1993
(obit)
SHANKS, Hattie
Hattie Shanks,93,longtime Woodson resident,died Saturday in a 
Breckenridge hospital.Services will be at 2p.m.Monday at First 
Christian Church with the Rev.Daniel Moore officiating. Burial will be 
in Woodson Cemetery,directed by Melton Funeral Home of Breckenridge. 
Born in Hunt County,Mrs.Shanks was a nurse's aide and domestic worker. 
She was a member of Woodson Methodist Church and Eastern Star Chapter 
500 of Throckmorton. She was the widow of FORREST SHANKS. Survivors 
include a daughter;INA MARIE FOX of Breckenridge;a son,CULLEN RAY 
SHANKS of Frederick,Okla;two brothers,SANDERSON SHIELDS of Gardner,
Kan.,and HOWARD SHIELDS of Moab,Utah;four grandchildren,nine 
great-grandchildren and three great-great-granchildren.

SHELTON,JAMES C. b:00/00/1893 d:00/00/1963

SHELTON,JEWEL b:00/00/1896 d:00/00/1926

SHIPLEY,GRADY S. b:09/31/1900 d:07/14/1909

SHIPLEY,JEHUE ELMER b:03/15/1890 d:08/01/1967

SHIPLEY,MINNIE MAY b:09/19/1891 d:06/06/1976

SHOEMAKER,CLAUD b:07/30/1917 d:10/19/1920

SILVA,FRANCIS B. b:00/00/1925 d:00/00/1975

SILVA,LUIS b:12/08/1950 d:09/10/1982

SIMMONS,MISS ALICE no dates no dates

SIMMONS,MISS JO no dates no dates

SIMMONS,MR.BUD no dates no dates

SIMPSON,CHARLIE P. b:09/30/1868 d:08/13/1962

SIMPSON,MATTIE M. b:12/19/1863 d:02/26/1939

SINGLETON,DEMPSEY ISLES b:10/04/1867 d:02/10/1929

SINGLETON,SUSIE HYDE b:03/04/1887 d:11/13/1969

SKAGGS,CHARLIE C. b:03/09/1852 d:12/18/1929

SKAGGS,EVANLENA b:09/30/1893 d:05/13/1947

SKAGGS,JAMES WILLIE b:10/25/1887 d:08/13/1968 VETERAN WWI

SKAGGS,OTHER LEE b:06/12/1890 d:05/19/1908

SKAGGS,PERLINA J. b:05/05/1871 d:01/22/1947

SKAGGS,SAM C. b:07/24/1896 d:03/24/1931

SMART,ROBERT EUGENE"BOB" b:07/16/1928 d:12/26/1996 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
SMART, Robert E.
Robert E.(BOB)SMART,68,of Woodson,died Thursday,Dec.26,1996,at 
Shackelford County Hospital in Albany. Graveside service were held at 
11a.m.Saturday,Dec.28,at the Woodson Cemetery with Darrell Martin 
officiating,directed by Melton Funeral Home. He was born on July 16,
1928 in Breckenridge. He married BETTY WALKER on Dec.4,1948 in 
Breckenridge. He moved to Woodson in May,1996,from Stanton. He was 
production foreman for Santa Fe Oil,retiring in 1994.He was a Baptist 
and a U.S.Army Veteran of World War II.Survivors include his wife,BETTY
SMART of Woodson;two daughters,VICKI SADLER and PATTI PATTILLO,both of
Woodson;two sisters,ANN WEATHERS of Breckenridge and BETH HASH of 
Albany;one brother,NEAL SMART of Kermit and two grandsons.He was 
preceded in death by one grandson. Pallbearers were ROYCE BEENE,
STANLEY BEENE,CARLTON SULLIVAN,JOE WALKER,R.A.RILEY and ROY BURL OLIVER


SMITH,ADA CROUSEN HUGHES b:09/05/1897 d:12/16/1989
note:headstone reads Hughes,Ada Crousen
SMITH, Ada Crousen Hughes
Ada Crousen Hughes Smith of Yuma,Arizona,formerly of Woodson,died 
December 16,1989 at La Mesa Care Center in Yuma. A memorial service is 
pending in Woodson. Private cremation was under the direction or Ryzek 
Mortuary. Born September 5,1897,in Joshua,Texas,she was the last of 
seven children of the W.H.CROUSEN family of Woodson. She lived in 
Woodson until 1935,when she moved to the Yuma area. She worked as a 
cook and waitress in Yuma and Winterhaven. She worked at McCallum 
Drugs and at Clymer's Boarding House in Yuma. After moving to the Los 
Angeles area in the 1940's,she worked as head salad chef at the world 
famous Coconut Grove in the Ambassador Hotel. She moved back to Yuma 
in 1980. Survivors include two daughters,CHLOE SCHUMACHER and SYBIL 
TOWNSEND,both of Yuma;one sister-in-law,Mrs.JOE(RUBY)CROUSEN of 
Breckenridge;four grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. 
Donations can be made to the Yuma Center for the Visually impaired in 
care of the mortuary.

SMITH,ADIE P.FULTON b:05/18/1885 d:03/23/1985

SMITH,BEULAH HAM b:10/20/1886 d:11/13/1951

SMITH,BILLIE MACK b:08/17/1935 d:07/01/1941

SMITH,GARY E. b:07/26/1937 d:09/10/1966

SMITH,MICHAEL DALE b:01/28/1951 d:01/28/1951

SMITH,NADINE H. b:01/09/1920 d:10/21/1981

SMITH,RUBY MAE TITUS BIGGS b:05/16/1913 d:05/09/1986

SMITH,RUTH WOOD b:00/00/1907 d:00/00/1993

SNOWDEN,JOE MACK b:02/06/1944 d:10/13/1982 VETERAN 
VIETNAM

SONNAMAKER,HELEN K. b:01/15/1896 d:10/09/1977

SONNAMAKER,WILLIAM E. b:07/19/1890 d:10/28/1969

SPAIN,LUCILLE WRIGHT b:11/30/1913 d:01/24/1994
(obit)
SPAIN, Lucille Wright
Lucille Wright Spain,81,died Saturday,January7 21,1994,in Houston. 
Services will be Friday,January 27,at 2p.m.at the First Baptist Church 
in Woodson with burial in Woodson Cemetery. Mrs.Spain was born in 
Vernon on November 20,1913. She married MARVIN O.SPAIN on August 18,
1940. He preceded her in death on July 30,1964. Survivors include one 
daughter,REBECCA BEALL of Houston;one son,M.O.SPAIN,Jr.(TINKER) of 
Burkburnett;three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. In her 
words:"I have lived a long and happy life,a husband who loved me as 
much as I loved him;two children,three grandchildren,two 
great-grandchildren and another on the way.My son-in-law and 
daughter-in-law are very dear to me,I love them as my own.So I have 
been truely blessed."

SPAIN,MARVIN O. b:02/25/1911 d:07/30/1964

STEPHENS,CHARLES MARTIN b:10/09/1976 d:02/11/2002
(obit)
STEPHENS, Charles Martin "Chuck"
Charles Martin"Chuck"Stephens,died Monday,Feb.11,2002,at the age of 25 
years,four months and two days,in an auto accident in New Mexico. 
Funeral services were held at 2p.m.Friday,Feb.15,at First Baptist 
Church in Throckmorton,with the Rev.Charles Fischer officiating.Burial 
was in Woodson Cemetery in Woodson,directed by Merriman-Archer Funeral 
Home of Throckmorton.Charles"Chuck"was born Oct.9,1976 in Breckenridge 
to JAMES RANDALL STEPHENS and SUE BETT ALEXANDER.He attended school in 
Woodson and Moran,where he participated in track,football and 
basketball. He completed his high school years in Throckmorton,where 
he participated in football,basketball,cross country,track,FFA,FHA,and 
UIL. He was named FHA Beau for two years,regional qualifier in the 800 
meter run and mile relay,voted Most Athletic,Mr.THS,Most Handsome,and 
Most Valuable Player in track and cross country. He attended college 
at San Marcos and South Plains. At the time of his death,he worked for 
Nabors Drilling Company as a derrick hand. He loved fishing and 
camping on the river with his friends and still loved to play football 
and basketball. Chuck is survived by his mother,SUE BETT ALEXANDER of 
Moran;his father,RANDY STEPHENS of Tomball;two sisters,CHEYENNA TABOR 
of Moran and JAMIE of Gonzales,La.;his grandmothers,BETTY ALEXANDER of 
Albany and COLLEEN STEPHENS of Ozona;two nieces and two nephews;and 
several aunts,uncles and cousins.

STEPHENS,STEVE b:06/09/1975 d:02/11/2002
(obit)
STEPHENS, Steve
Steve Stephens died Monday,Feb.11,2002,at the age of 26 years,eight 
months and two days,in an auto accident in New Mexico.Funeral services 
were held at 2p.m.Friday,Feb.15,at First Baptist Church in 
Throckmorton. The Rev.Charles Fischer officiated.Burial followed at 
Woodson Cemetery in Woodson under the direction of Merriman-Archer 
Funeral Home of Throckmorton. Steve was born June 9,1975 in Ozona to 
SUE BETT ALEXANDER and JAMES RANDALL STEPHENS. He had lived with his 
father in Lubbock for a short time,then moved to Moran to live with 
his mother. While in Moran,he played football,basketball,tennis and 
ran track and was a member of FFA and FHA. He moved to Throckmorton,
where he attended Throckmorton High School. He received many honors in 
Throckmorton High School,including Co-MVP in basketball and track and 
was voted Outstanding Senior of the Year. At the time of his death,he 
was working for Nabors Drilling Company as floor manager. He loved 
fishing and camping on the river with his friends and still loved to 
play football and basketball. Steve is survived by his mother,SUE BETT 
ALEXANDER of Moran;his father,RANDY STEPHENS of Tomball;one son,ASHGON 
REYNOLDS of Breckenridge;two sisters,CHEYENA TABOR of Moran and JAMIE 
of Gonzales,La.;his grandmothers,BETTY ALEXANDER of Albany and COLLEEN 
KILGORE of Ozona;his grandfather,JACK ALEXANDER of Fairfield;two 
nieces and two nephews;and several aunts,uncles,and cousins.

STILLWELL,BEA b:00/00/1923 d:00/00/1988

STINNETT,L.M. b:05/16/1824 d:12/24/1910

STOCKTON,LUCY ANN b:04/04/1857 d:12/23/1939

STOCKTON,SARAH MYRTLE b:12/06/1889 d:01/09/1970

STOCKTON,W.F. b:05/19/1852 d:10/22/1916

STOKER,E.T. b:02/23/1870 d:10/13/1951

STOKER,EARL TURNER b:10/17/1922 d:07/19/1947 VETERAN WWII

STOKER,GEORGE H. b:08/16/1926 d:11/16/1978

STOKER,RUTHIE J. b:06/16/1893 d:10/30/1976

STUBBLEFIELD,BOB b:07/27/1897 d:12/21/1922

STUBBLEFIELD,CORNELIA"ETTER"b:04/21/1872 d:12/21/1922

STUBBLEFIELD,GUY JR. b:05/08/1925 d:03/19/1993 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
STUBBLEFIELD, Guy
Graveside funeral services with military rites for Guy Stubblefield,
Jr.,a 67 year old Breckenridge resident,were held on Sunday,March 21,
1993,at 2p.m. at Woodson Cemetery. Reverend Rex Boggs,pastor of 
Gunsight Baptist Church,officiated.Burial followed under the direction 
of Morehart Mortuary. Mr.Stubblefield died early Friday morning,March 
19,1993,at the Veterans Hospital in Temple. He was born May 8,1925 in 
Woodson. He attended schools in Woodson and graduated from Woodson 
High School in 1943. He served in the Air Force from 1943 to 1945. He 
was a tail gunner on B-17's for 13 missions.He was also a waist gunner 
on B-17's for 21 missions. His plane was shot down on March 30,1945 
over Brenam,Germany. He was in prison at Barth,Germany,at Stalag LUFT 
I. He attended North Texas Agricultural College in Arlington from 1947 
to 1948. He married RUTH TOMLIN in Fort Worth on May 1,1948. He worked 
for B.J.Oilfield and moved to Breckenridge in 1958 from Wichita Falls.
He also worked for Energy Supply for 10 years,retiring in 1984. He was 
a member of the American Legion,American Ex-Prisoners of War,and 381st 
Bombardment Group,Eighth Air Force.He was a Baptist. Survivors include 
his wife,RUTH STUBBLEFIELD of Breckenridge;four daughters,GUYLA WHITE 
of Gunsight,CONNIE MEASON of Dublin,DEBORAH WISE of Spring,and JANA 
PASCHE of Tomball;three sisters,ABBIE SANDERS and DENE BUFKIN,both of 
Woodson,and JEFFIE WOOD of Houston,and eight grandchildren. He was 
preceded in death by his parents. The family requests that memorials 
be made to Meals on Wheels.Memorials may be left at Morthart Mortuary.
Honorary pallbearers were,JACK LEVERIDGE,BILLY CARL SANDERS,LINDY 
SANDERS,VICKY SANDERS,COTTON WOLFE,and GREGG WOOD.

STUBBLEFIELD,GUY SR. b:12/03/1893 d:00/00/1956

STUBBLEFIELD,JESSE L. b:10/28/1969 d:12/27/1907

STUBBLEFIELD,MARY CORNELIA b:04/09/1893 d:12/23/1971
(obit)
STUBBLEFIELD, Mary
Mrs.Mary Stubblefield,78,of Woodson,died at 6:35p.m.Thursday in 
Stephens Memorial Hospital after being admitted the same day. Funeral 
services were held at 2p.m. Sunday in the First Baptist Church of 
Woodson,with Jim White,officiating and Rev.Alvan Ray Marley,pastor of 
First Baptist Church in Woodson,assisting. Burial followed in the 
Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Melton Funeral Home. Born MARY 
CORNELIA WHITAKER April 9,1893 in Hamilton County,she moved to Woodson
in 1915. She married GUY STUBBLEFIELD on Jan.21,1919 in Woodson.He was 
a farmer and rural mail carrier. Mr.Stubblefield died Sept.20,1956. 
Mrs.Stubblefield was a member of the Woodson First Baptist Church. 
Survivors include three daughters,Mrs,BILL SANDERS,Woodson,Mrs.H.A.
BUFKIN,Fort Worth,and Mrs.BILL WOOD of Houston;one son,GUY of 
Breckenridge;two sisters,Mrs.T.W.MASSEY of Throckmorton,and Mrs.E.B.
LEE of Woodson;six brothers,BEN WHITAKER,Jolly,NATHAN,BILL and CALVIN 
of Throckmorton,FRANK of Grand Prairie and SCOTT of Olney;and 14 
grandchildren. Pallbearers were JAMES ELLISTON,HUGH DICKIE,JOHN PEVEY,
J.D.JONES,HENRY JONES,and MARVIN BELLAH.

STUBBLEFIELD,VERA b:04/19/1905 d:03/13/1925

STUBBLEFIELD,WEBB b:07/19/1904 d:02/26/1921 VETERAN WWI

SULLIVAN,ADA MAE TATE b:02/14/1893 d:12/14/1990
obit under Tate,Ada Mae

SULLIVAN,AUDIE MAE LONG b:11/14/1897 d:06/14/1950

SULLIVAN,CARL LEE b:09/07/1895 d:11/26/1970
(obit)
SULLIVAN, Carl
Funeral services will be held Sunday at 2p.m. in the Chapel of 
Memories for Carl L.Sullivan,75,who died Thursday at 5:05p.m.in 
Stephens Memorial Hospital after a short illness. Jimmy Cox,minister 
of the Church of Christ,will officiate,assisted by the Rev.Ronald E.
Marlow,rector of St.Andrews Episcopal Church. Burial wil be in Woodson 
Cemetery. Melton Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.Born Sept.7,
1895 at Chico,he married AUDIE MAE LONG,Aug.7,1915. She died June 14,
1950. In 1913,Mr.Sullivan came to Woodson. He was a member of the 
Woodson Church of Christ and a retired farmer. Survivors include a
daughter,Mrs.JAMES PEACOCK of Mammoth,Ariz.;a son,JACK of Breckenridge;
a brother,CLARENCE of Woodson;and four grandchildren;and 10 
great-grandchildren. Nephews will be pallbearers,DAVID SULLIVAN,LARRY 
SULLIVAN,CARLTON SULLIVAN,ELGA RAY SULLIVAN,CHARLES SULLIVAN and 
HAROLD SULLIVAN.

SULLIVAN,CHARLIE COACHWORTH b:02/04/1905 d:05/26/1970
(obit)
SULLIVAN, Charlie
Funeral services for Charlie Sullivan,65,were held in Woodson 
gymnasuim Wednesday at 2p.m. with the Rev.Henry Sally of Woodson 
United Methodist Church officiating. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery 
under the direction of Melton Funeral Home.Mr.Sullivan died Tuesday at 
5:30a.m. in Harris Hospital,Fort Worth,where he had undergone surgery 
Friday. He was born Feb.4,1905 in Chico. Survivors include his wife;
two sons,DAVID,Breckenridge High School principal,and LARRY,coach and 
teacher at Woodson;two daughters,Mrs.PAUL ELLEDGE of Fort Worth and 
Miss PEGGY SULLIVAN of Hillsboro;three brothers,CLARENCE,O.B.,and CARL,
all of Woodson and nine grandchildren. Pallbearers were SIG FAIRCLOTH,
T.F.HOLLAND,EARL LEE,SILAS BROWN,WADE BOYD,SID GILBREATH,SCOTT 
ROBINSON and BILL SANDERS.

SULLIVAN,EDNA LONG b:04/15/1899 d:12/20/1990
(obit)
SULLIVAN, Edna
Funeral services for Edna Sullivan,91,of Woodson,were held at 2p.m.
Saturday,Dec.22,1990,at Central Church of Christ in Woodson with Mike 
Cox officiating.Burial was in Woodson Cemetery,directed by Melton 
Funeral Home of Breckenridge. Sullivan died Thursday,Dec.20,1990,at a 
Knox City hospital. Mrs.Sullivan was born April 15,1899,in Chico,and 
was a longtime Woodson resident,a homemaker and a member of Eastside 
Church of Christ. She married O.B.SULLIVAN April 17,1917 in Lusk,Texas.
He preceded her in death September 17,1970. Survivors include;a 
daughter,ROBBIE FEEMSTER of Vera;three brothers,HAYES LONG of 
Bridgeport,MILTON LONG and AUSTIN LONG,both of Chico;two grandchildren;
six great-grandchildren;and a great-great-grandchild.Pallbearers were 
ELGA RAY SMITH,GLENN SMITH,LARRY SULLIVAN,DAVID SULLIVAN,CURTIS PAGE 
and BILLY BOB SIMPSON.

SULLIVAN,FREDDIE VON b:03/15/1942 d:11/16/1942

SULLIVAN,GEORGE WASHINGTON b:02/19/1900 d:02/10/1968 VETERAN WWI
(obit)
SULLIVAN, George W.
George W.Sullivan,67,resident of Woodson,died at 2:29a.m.Saturday in 
Hendrick Memorial Hospital.He had been ill for three months and 
underwent surgery Feb.7. Funeral will be at 2:30p.m. Monday in the 
Central Church of Christ in Woodson with Gene B.Stanley of San 
Antonio,former minister,officiating.Burial will be in Woodson Cemetery 
with Melton Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Nephews will serve 
as pallbearers. Born Feb.19,1900 in Wise County,he married ELIZABETH 
JONES May 14,1919 in Woodson. They had lived in Woodson since their 
marriage. He farmed in Woodson area and had owned and operated a 
service station in Woodson until his retirement on Jan.11 of this year.
He was a member of the Central Church of Christ and was a U.S.Army 
veteran of World War I. Survivors include his wife of Woodson;five 
daughters,Mrs.J.R.BISHOP,Mrs.JAMES S.BLAIR and Mrs.D.D.CRUDGINGTON,all 
of Breckenridge,Mrs.O.E.NACOMBER of Woodson and Mrs.EARL E.SMITH of 
Portales,N.M.;three sons,BARRY W.of Austin,JERRY of Murphys,Calif.,and 
CHARLES H.of Abilene;one sister,Mrs.ANNIE OGLE of Chico;four brothers,
CARL,O.B.,CHARLEY and CLARENCE SULLIVAN,all of Woodson;19 
grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.One son preceded him in death.

SULLIVAN,GLADYS b:09/02/1902 d:06/20/1975

SULLIVAN,HAZEL HARBINSON b:08/28/1905 d:12/28/1992
(obit)
SULLIVAN, Hazel
Hazel Sullivan,age 87,died Monday,December 28,1992,at Stephens 
Memorial Hospital.Funeral service was at 2p.m.Tuesday at the Melton 
Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with Reverend Charles West officiating.
Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery,directed by Melton Funeral Home. 
She was born on August 28,1905 in Stephens County. She married CHARLIE 
SULLIVAN in 1925 in Lusk,Texas.He preceded her in death on May 26,1970.
She moved to Breckenridge in 1970 from Woodson.She was a homemaker and 
a Methodist. She is survived by two daughters,VERNELL ELLEDGE of 
Breckenridge and PEGGY SULLIVAN of Hillsboro;two sons,DAVID SULLIVAN 
and LARRY SULLIVAN,both of Breckenridge;one sister,JACK HARBINSON of 
Breckenridge;two brothers,DALE HARBINSON of Breckenridge and BOB 
HARBINSON of Hurst;11 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. 
Grandsons and sons-in-law,served as pallbearers.

SULLIVAN,ISAAC CLARENCE b:07/29/1907 d:02/12/1986
(obit)
SULLIVAN, Clarence
Clarence Sullivan,78,of Woodson,died at 4:45p.m.Wednesday at Stephens 
Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were at 2p.m.Saturday at the First 
Baptist Church of Woodson,with the Rev.Rickey Mitchell,pastor,
officiating. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton Funeral 
Home. Born July 29,1907,in Chico,he married VERA ALLISON March 2,1935 
in Throckmorton.He moved to Woodson in 1915 from Chico and was a 
farmer and a member of the First Baptist Church of Woodson. Survivors
include his wife of Woodson;three daughters,COLENE KILGORE and LINDA 
KRAMER of Ozona and JONNIE JONES of Woodson;four sons,CARLTON SULLIVAN,
GLENN SMITH,AND E.R.SMITH,all of Woodson and J.H.SMITH of Arlington;34 
grandchildren and 30 great-grandchildren. Grandsons and nephews were 
pallbearers.

SULLIVAN,JOSEPH THOMAS b:01/06/1964 d:10/05/1938

SULLIVAN,MATTIE BELL WARD b:05/20/1867 d:11/13/1927

SULLIVAN,OATHER BIBB b:08/17/1987 d:09/17/1970
(obit)
SULLIVAN, O. B.
Funeral services will be held at 4p.m.Friday in the Woodson Gym for 
O.B.Sullivan,73,who died at 1:10a.m.Thursday in Stephens Memorial 
Hospital where he was admitted Tuesday. He had suffered from a lengthy 
illness. Carl G.Wilks of Iowa Park will officiate and burial will be 
in Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Melton Funeral Home. Born 
Aug.17,1897 in Chico,he married EDNA LONG April 16,1917. He had been a 
resident of Woodson since 1916. He was a retired farmer,retiring in 
1959 and was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include his 
wife of Woodson;one daughter,Miss ROBBIE SULLIVAN of Woodson;two 
brothers,CARL and CLARENCE,both of Woodson;two grandchildren and one 
great-grandchild. A son,O.B.JR.,preceded him in death in 1967.
Pallbearers will be JAMES ELLISTON,SILAS BROWN,JAY WALKER,RAYMOND 
LITTLE,HOYT MCBRIDE and BILL SANDERS.

SULLIVAN,OATHER BIBB JR. b:06/25/1926 d:07/18/1967 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
SULLIVAN, O.B. Jr.
Funeral services for O.B.Sullivan,Jr.,a former resident of Woodson 
were held at 3p.m.July 20 in Smyer,Texas. He was born in 1926 and was 
41 years old at the time of his death. Interment was in Lubbock 
Cemetery under the dirction of Rix Funeral Home. He is survived by his 
wife,FREDA of the home;two daughters,KITTY and KELLY also of the home;
and his parents,Mr.and Mrs.O.B.SULLIVAN of Woodson and a sister,Miss 
ROBBIE SULLIVAN also of Woodson.(note:his family later had his body 
exhumed,with reburial in Woodson Cemetery.)

SULLIVAN,PEGGY JUNE b:04/30/1928 d:03/12/1998
(obit)
SULLIVAN, Peggy June
Peggy June Sullivan,age 69,of Hillsboro died Thursday,March 12,1998 at 
Parkland Burn Center in Dallas. Services were held Saturday,March 14,
1998 at 1p.m.at the Marshall and Marshall Chapel in HIllsboro,Texas 
with the Rev.Randy Martin officiating.Burial was in Woodson Cemetery 
under the direction of Marshall and Marshall Funeral Directors. She was
born April 30,1928 in Woodson,Texas to CHARLIE C.and HAZEL H.
(HARBINSON)SULLIVAN.She grew up in Woodson and graduated from Woodson 
High School and from North Texas State University.She taught school in 
Lipan and Strawn and in 1951 became Hill County Extension Agent,
retiring in 1983 after 32 years of service. She was preceded in death 
by her parents. Sullivan was a Methodist,president of the Retired 
Teachers Association of Hill County,a member of the National 
Association of Retired Federal Employees,Las Causeuses Club,the Cell 
Block Museum,a suporter of the Hill County Courthouse Restoration Fund 
and a Docente for the Hill County Cell Block Museum.Survivors include;
BOBBIE SMALLEY of Hillsboro;two brothers,DAVID SULLIVAN and wife,
DOROTHY of Breckenridge and LARRY SULLIVAN and wife,BETTY of Woodson;
one sister,VERNELL ELLEDGE and husband,PAUL of Breckenridge;11 nieces 
and nephews;18 great-nieces and nephews;and one great-great nephew. 
Memorials may be made to the Hill County Cell Block Museum,Hill County 
Restoration Fund or the Woodson Cemetery Association.

SULLIVAN,SARAH ELIZABETH b:11/02/1897 d:07/24/1983
(obit)
SULLIVAN, Sarah Elizabeth
Sarah Elizabeth Sullivan,85,of Breckenridge,died at 3:30p.m. Sunday in 
Stephens Memorial Hospital after a long illness.Services were held at 
2p.m.Tuesday at Central Church of Christ in Woodson.Burial was at 
Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Adkins-Satterwhite Funeral 
Home. Born Nov.2,1897 in Crystal Falls,she lived most of her life in 
Woodson. She maried GEORGE SULLIVAN in Woodson on May 15,1919. A 
homemaker,she was a member of the Central Church of Christ. She is
survived by three daughters,VERNELLE BLAIR and MARIE CRUDGINGTON,both 
of Breckenridge and WINNELL SMITH of Las Cruces,N.M.;three sons,JERRY 
of Murphys,Calif.,BARRY of Round Rock and CHARLES of Conroe;a brother,
DAVID JONES of Breckenridge;19 grandchildren,33 great-grandchildren 
and 10 great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her 
husband,a son,two daughters,two great-great-grandchildren,a sister and 
six brothers. Grandsons served as pallbearers.

SULLIVAN,THOMAS A. b:04/26/1926 d:04/26/1926

SULLIVAN,THOMAS BERRY b:10/02/1893 d:11/05/1942

SULLIVAN,TOMMY b:10/15/1940 d:11/09/1975

SULLIVAN,VERA ALLISON b:03/15/1907 d:11/06/2001
(obit)
SULLIVAN, Vera
Vera Sullivan,age 94,died Tuesday morning,Nov.6,2001,at Villa Haven 
Nursing Center. Funeral services will be held at 2p.m.Thursday at 
First Baptist Church in Woodson,with Jimmy Stiles officiating. Burial 
will follow in the Woodson Cemetery,directed by Melton-Kitchens 
Funeral Home. Born in Ranger on March 15,1907,she married CLARENCE 
SULLIVAN on March 2,1935 in Throckmorton. He preceded her in death on 
Feb.12,1986. She was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist 
Church in Woodson. Mrs.Sullivan is survived by three daughters,COLENE 
KILGORE and LINDA CRAMER,both of Ozona,and JOHNNIE JONES of Woodson;
four sons,J.H.SMITH of Arlington,GLENN SMITH of Searcy,Ark.,ELGA RAY 
SMITH and CARLTON SULLIVAN,both of Woodson;one sister,NOVA RILEY of 
Throckmorton;two brothers,DELBERT ALLISON of New London and ELVIS 
ALLISON of Searcy,Ark.;34 grandchildren,65 great-grandchildren and 
many great-great-grandchildren.

SULLIVAN,WHITNEY D. b:02/15/1990 d:02/15/1990

SWAIM,AULTMAN B. b:00/00/1888 d:00/00/1967

SWAIM,VESTA b:00/00/1893 no dates


T


TALLEY,AARON b:00/00/1876 d:00/00/1944

TALLEY,EUNICE MARVIN MAYFIELD b:11/30/1884 d:03/10/1965

TATE,ADA MAE SULLIVAN b:02/14/1893 d:12/14/1990
(obit)headstone reads:Sullivan,Ada Mae
TATE, Ada Mae
Funeral services for Ada May Tate,97,of Woodson,were held on Sunday,
December 16,1990 at 2p.m.at Woodson First Baptist Church. Rev.Ricky 
Mitchell,pastor officiated.Burial followed in Woodson Cemetery under 
the direction of Morehart Mortuary.Mrs.Tate died Friday night,December 
14,1990,in Graham General Hospital. She was born on February 14,1893 
in Oklahoma Indian Territory. She attended schools in Clarksville. She 
married BARRY SULLIVAN on August 26,1917 in Woodson. He preceded her 
in death on November 5,1942. She then married ROBERT TATE in Graham in 
1958. He preceded her in death in 1975. She had been employed by the 
telephone company in Austin. Later she worked at the Post Office in 
Throckmorton and Woodson. She had lived in Throckmorton County since 
1917. She lived in Graham from 1958 to 1976. She was a housewife and a 
member of Woodson First Baptist Church. Survivors include,three 
daughters,GERRY BEATY and ANNIE MAE OVERCASH,both of Woodson and 
MARINE WESTON of Paradise;one sister,MAUDE TOWNSEND of Brownwood;10 
grandchildren;21 great-grandchildren and one great-great-granchild. 
The family requests that memorials be made to the Throckmorton County 
Cancer Fund or the Woodson Cemetery Fund. Pallbearers were FREDDIE 
BELLAH,JOHNNY BRYANT,BILL HURFORD,JR.,RUDY MOLINEK,JIM OVERCASH,and 
REX SULLIVAN.

TAYLOR,ALLIE E. b:02/11/1881 d:05/28/1960

TAYLOR,ANDERSON FORREST b:02/16/1891 d:09/19/1975
(obit)
Taylor, Anderson Forrest
Services for Anderson Forrest Taylor of Woodson were held Friday,Sept.
20,in Satterwhite Chapel of Grace. Mr.Taylor,83,died at 5:30a.m.
Thursday,Sept.19,in Crestview Nursing Home in Throckmorton following a 
lengthy illness. Tom Reagles,presiding overseer of the Breckenridge 
congregation of Johovah's Witnesses,officiated. Burial was in Woodson 
Cemetery under the direction of Satterwhite Funeral Home. Mr.Taylor 
was born Feb.16,1891 in Comanche and he married RADO WRIGHT Sept.15,
1915 in Lusk,Texas. They farmed in and near Woodson until his 
retirement in 1964. Mr.Taylor is survived by his wife;one son,GLENN of 
Knox City;one sister,Mrs.HAZEL HOBBS of Birmingham,Ala.;and three 
grandchildren. Pallbearers were MONROE STOKER,JERRY HORRY,BROWNING 
ELLIOTT,SILAS BROWN,J.WALKER and JACK SULLIVAN.

TAYLOR,BABY b:01/06/1906 d:01/08/1906

TAYLOR,BETTY CHRISTIAN b:01/01/1930 d:08/13/1982

TAYLOR,CHARLES E."BUCK" b:00/00/1914 d:00/00/1950

TAYLOR,CLIFTON G. b:00/00/1884 d:00/00/1954

TAYLOR,J.T. b:12/10/1874 d:01/01/1948

TAYLOR,J.W."WILEY" b:11/02/1850 d:01/28/1935

TAYLOR,LELA b:10/01/1877 d:04/07/1975

TAYLOR,LEROY TYRA b:04/01/1886 d:05/21/1954

TAYLOR,MCCAGER P. b:00/00/1880 d:00/00/1958

TAYLOR,MISSIE b:08/06/1920 d:05/28/1937

TAYLOR,RADO WRIGHT b:01/13/1895 d:01/30/1975
(obit)
TAYLOR, Rado
Services for Mrs.Rado Taylor,longtime Woodson resident,were held at 
2p.m.Thursday in Sattershite Chapel of Grace. Mrs.Taylor,80,died 
Wednesday at a Knox City nursing home where she had been a patient 
since Jan.16. Ray Puckett of the Graham congregation of Jehovah's 
Witnesses officiated. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery. She was born 
RADO WRIGHT on Jan.13,1895 in Hot Springs,Ark. She married ANDERSON 
F.TAYLOR at Lusk on Sept.15,1915 and they had farmed in the Woodson 
area since. Her husband died in 1974. Mrs.Taylor was a member of the 
Jehovah's Witnesses. She is survived by a son,GLENN of Knox City;a
sister,Mrs.ETHEL LUKE of Woodson;a brother,WILLIAM WRIGHT of Graham 
and three grandchildren.

TAYLOR,S.E. b:04/04/1847 d:07/23/1920

TAYLOR,SALLIE E. b:00/00/1845 d:00/00/1917

TAYLOR,T.T. b:10/18/1923 d:10/18/1923

THACKER,K.C. b:05/25/1902 d:04/26/1987
(obit)
Thacker, K. C.
K.C.Thacker,84,of Woodson died at 6:20a.m.Sunday at his residence. 
Graveside services were at 4p.m.Tuesday in Woodson Cemetery with the 
Rev.Ricky Mitchell,pastor of First Baptist Church of Woodson 
officiating,assisted by the Rev.Charles West,pastor of Bethany Baptist 
Church,directed by Melton Funeral Home. Born May 25,1902,in St.
Augustine County,he married MABLE FLORENCE MILLER Dec.23,1928 at 
Matador. He came to Woodson in 1968 from Breckenridge. He was a 
retired farmer and rancher and owner of L.P.Gas Co. Suvivors include 
his wife of Woodson;one daughter and son-in-law,MARJORIE ANN and TERRY
RICE of Birmingham,Ala.;two sisters,WILMA WOOD of El Paso and KARI LOU 
HURST of Tatum,N.M.;two grandsons,TERRY MARK RICE,JR.of Muscle Shoals,
Ala.,and JAMES THACKER RICE of Selma,Ala.;and one granddaugher,MARICIA 
ANN TAYLOR of Birmingham,Ala.

THACKER,MABEL MILLER b:07/08/1908 d:05/30/2003
(obit)
THACKER, Mabel Miller,94,died Friday,May 30,2003 in Birmingham,Ala. 
Graveside services were Tuesday,June 3,at the Woodson Cemetery with 
Charles West officiating directed by Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home. 
Thacker was born to W.H.and LEONA MILLER July 8,1908. She married K.C.
THACKER Dec.23,1928. Thacker is survived by one daughter,MAJORIE RICE;
two grandsons,MARC and JAMES RICE;one granddaughter,MARICIA TAYLOR and 
six-great-grandchildren,all of Birmingham,Ala.

THOMPSON,JESSIE F. b:00/00/1893 d:00/00/1961

THOMPSON,JOHN H. b:00/00/1895 d:00/00/1962

THOMPSON,JOHN S. b:01/21/1848 d:10/31/1912

THOMPSON,LURA b:00/00/1881 d:00/00/1913

THOMPSON,MARY F. b:01/19/1852 d:03/22/1936

THOMPSON,RAYMOND b:01/22/1926 d:12/28/1928

THOMPSON,ROSIE MAY b:05/18/1885 d:11/08/1925

THOMPSON,SARAH E. b:08/22/1867 d:03/27/1928

TIMMONS,BABY GIRL no dates no dates

TIMMONS,WANDA LYNN HUGHES b:09/01/1922 d:06/20/1997
(obit)
TIMMONS, Wanda
Wanda Timmons,74,of Woodson,died Friday morning,June 20,1997,in the 
Stephens Memorial Hospital in Breckenridge. Funeral service was held 
Sunday,June 22,at 2:30p.m. in the Church of Christ in Woodson,with 
Darrell Martin officiating. Interment was in the Woodson Cemetery 
directed by Melton Funeral Home of Breckenridge.She was born September 
1,1922 in Woodson. She married WALTER TIMMONS March 30,1946 in Abilene.
She was a member of the Church of Christ in Woodson,a school teacher 
and a homemaker. Survivors include her husband,WALTER TIMMONS;a 
daughter,VICKIE SCHMITT;a grandson,JOSHUA T.SCHMITT and her mother,
ESSIE HUGHES,all of Woodson. The family requests memorials be made to 
the Mike Schmitt Memorial Scholarship Fund and may be left at Melton 
Funeral Home.

TIMMS,LITTLE J.C. b:03/18/1908 d:04/20/1908

TIMMS,MRS.MATTIE J. b:01/11/1861 d:10/19/1910

TIMMS,NOAH or ISAAC no dates no dates

TIMMS,NOAH or ISAAC no dates no dates

TITUS,MARY BARTON DAVIS b:12/31/1889 d:02/22/1974

TITUS,ROBERT MURRAY b:08/06/1880 d:02/08/1939

TITUS,SALLIE ELIZABETH b:03/12/1849 d:04/27/1935
Wife of ROBERT BURL TITUS
Confederate Widow's Pension #51144
Application dated Oct.27,1932 gave her age as 83,born Mar.12,1849 and 
has been a resident of Texas since Mar.1851,and has been a resident of 
Throckmorton Co.for 26 years.States her husband served as Sgt.CO.A 
16th REGT.TEXAS CAV.(Fitzhugh's Regt.), 3rd Regt.Johnson's Brigade.He 
enlisted at Gainsville,Cooke Co.Texas on Feb.21,1862 at 21 years of 
age.Union records show he was captured Apr.9,1864 at Pleasant Hill and 
was delivered by Major Gen.Banks,United States Army,to Major Gen.
Taylor,Confederate States Army,Apr.20,1864 at Blair's Landing,
Louisiana.Handwritten copy of furlough papers,dated July 4,1864,
states"Pvt.Titus is five feet ten inches high,fair complexion,blue 
eyes,light hair,and by occupation when he enlisted,a farmer".Mrs.Titus 
also states "they were married Sept.15,1875,Hunt Co.Texas,and her 
husband died Apr.27,1901 in Hunt Co.Texas".Mortuary Warrant dated May 
6,1935,states "Mrs.Titus died Apr.27,1935,in the town of Woodson,in 
the home of her son,R.M.TITUS".Signed by J.L.CASTLEBERRY,Undertaker of 
Albany and by attending physician,C.M.TURNER,MD.of Woodson.

TRAMBLE,MRS. no dates no dates

TUBBS,BENICE MAY"BEE"WARD b:06/23/1913 d:08/15/1970
(obit)
TUBBS, Bee
Funeral services were held today at 10a.m. in Satterwhite's Chapel of 
Grace for Mrs.Bernice(Bee)Tubbs,57,who was found dead Saturday at 
11a.m.in front of her place of business,a tavern,about 18 miles north 
of Breckenridge on highway 183,by EMIL WEBB,a rancher,as he was 
driving by on his tractor. The Rev.Jimmie Thames,pastor of First 
United Presbyterian Church,officiated and burial was in Woodson 
Cemetery under the direction of Satterwhite Funeral Home. No official 
ruling has yet been made in the death according to Justice of the 
Peace,John Dodds. The body was taken to Abilene Saturday where an 
autopsy was performed. Survivors include a brother,NOBLE WARD of 
Baton Rouge,La.;and an aunt,Mrs.J.R.HARRISON of Midland. Mrs.Tubbs 
had owned and operated "TUBBS COUNTY LINE",a tavern for several years.
She was a Stephens County resident for 20 years. On Nov.2,1958,she 
married T.C.TUBBS. He died in 1968. Pallbearers were JACK ROBERTSON,
BILL THOMPSON,GLYN ED MURPHY,BOB DONNELL,WADE BOYD and J.M.STOKER. 
Honorary pallbearers were DR.T.C.FORD,GEORGE DICKIE,SR.,GEORGE DICKIE,
JR.,TOMMY SULLIVAN,T.A.WRIGHT,STERLING ROBERTSON,DR.T.M.GORDON,KENT 
TURNER,BILL KING,BEN J.DEAN,JR.,DON RAGLAND and J.B.DUVALL.

TUBBS,THALMA CHARLES"COOK" b:04/18/1908 d:11/17/1966 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
TUBBS, T. C.
Thalma Charles(Cook)Tubbs,58,native of Woodson,died at 10:55p.m.
Thursday at Stephens Memorial Hospital. He was admitted to the 
hospital Wednesday morning after suffering a heart attack. Funeral 
services were held at 4p.m.Saturday at the Chapel of Memories,with 
the Rev.Jimmie Thames,pastor of First United Presbyterian Church,
officiated. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery under the direction of 
Melton Funeral Home. Born April 18,1908,in Woodson,he was married to 
BERNICE(Bee)WARD in 1948 in Oklahoma. He was the son of the late Mr.
and Mrs.JOE TUBBS of Woodson,and was a rancher and cattleman at 
Woodson. He served with the United States Army in World War II. 
Survivors include his wife of Woodson;one brother,VERNON TUBBS of 
Greenville;three sisters,Mrs.FLOY ARTHUR of Fort Worth,Mrs.COPELAND 
JONES of Albany and Mrs.MILDRED ADAMS of Houston and several nieces 
and nephews,including JERRY TUBBS,player-coach with the Dallas Cowboys.
Pallbearers were ORVILLE JONES,GEORGE DICKIE,SR.,VIRGIL RILEY,and 
PHELTON LEAKE,all of Woodson and MERLE ROBERTSON of Graham and BRANN 
GARNER of Breckenridge.

TUBBS,JOSEPH C. b:00/00/1883 d:00/00/1929

TUBBS,NANCY ANN b:00/00/1884 d:00/00/1932

TUGGLE,ESTHER PEARL WORLEY b:10/25/1900 d:11/01/1986
(obit)
TUGGLE, Ester Pearl
Ester Pearl Tuggle,86,a former Haskell and Stephens County resident,
died Saturday in a Dallas hospital. Services were Monday at 10a.m. at 
Walnut Hill Church of Christ directed by W.M.Hughes Funeral Home of 
Dallas. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery at 3p.m.Monday,directed by 
Melton Funeral Home. Born in Haskell County,she lived in Stephens 
County before moving to Dallas in 1980. She was a homemaker and a 
member of the Walnut Hill Church of Christ. Survivors include her 
husband,JAMES W.TUGGLE of Dallas;two sons,CLAYTON TUGGLE and DR.JAMES 
W.TUGGLE,JR.,both of Dallas;two daughters,BERNELLE GOODWIN and 
WYNNADELL GRUNDY;two brothers,C.R.WORLEY and HAROLD WORLEY;six sisters,
SELMA REDWINE,IMA FRACIER,LORENA MAY,LEIGH MICHAEL,LUCY ABRAHAM and 
DOROTHY O'BANNON;seven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

TUGGLE,FRANK NEAL b:08/31/1880 d:03/17/1956

TUGGLE,GEMMYE NELL b:02/16/1925 d:04/27/1927

TUGGLE,JAMES LAFAYETTE"BUD" b:06/01/1863 d:09/06/1942

TUGGLE,JAMES WILLIAM b:02/27/1898 d:01/09/1989

TUGGLE,NANCY VICTORIA WALKER b:09/25/1867 d:02/17/1936

TUGGLE,OTTO FRANKLIN b:05/06/1905 d:12/03/1987
(obit) 
TUGGLE, Otto
Otto Tuggle,82,died at 10:33p.m.Thursday at Stephens Memorial Hosptial.
Services were at 2p.m. Sunday 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 May 6,1905,in Comanche County,he married GRACE HOOKER Aug.7,
1927 in Woodson. He moved to Woodson in 1913 from Comanche County 
where he lived most of his life. He was a farmer and a rancher and a 
member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife of Woodson;
one daughter and son-in-law,LAVETA and ROYCE BEENE of Woodson;one 
sister,ESSIE HUGHES of Woodson;one brother,JIM TUGGLE of Dallas;
several nieces and nephews;two grandsons,ROYCE DALE BEENE of 
Breckenridge and STANLEY BEENE of Woodson;three great-grandchildren,
APRIL,NISHA and STEPHANIE BEENE. He was preceded in death by one son,
VON DALE TUGGLE,Dec.7,1984. Pallbearers were L.B.ATKINSON,ROY BURL
OLIVER,WILLARD MITCHELL,BOLEY COTTON and TRACY and JAMES ELLISTON.

TUGGLE,ROY GRAY b:12/21/1902 d:08/15/1974

TUGGLE,VON DALE b:10/04/1935 d:12/07/1984
(obit)
TUGGLE, Von Dale
Von Dale Tuggle,49 of Woodson,died at 10:40p.m. Friday at Stephens 
Memorial Hospital. Services were at 4p.m.Sunday at Melton Funeral Home 
Chapel with Jim Cox,minister of Elliott Street Church of Christ 
officiating,assisted by Claxton Wilson Church of Christ minister from 
San Antonio. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton Funeral 
Home. Born Oct.4,1935 in Throckmorton County,he had lived in 
Throckmorton County all his life. He was a member of the Church of 
Christ. Survivors include his mother and father,Mr.and Mrs.OTTO TUGGLE 
of Woodson;one sister and husband,Mr.and Mrs.ROYCE BEENE of Woodson;
two nephews and wives,ROYCE DALE and CAROLINE and STANLEY and BONNIE 
BEENE;three great-nieces,APRIL BEENE,NISHA BEENE,and STEPHANIE BEENE. 
Pallbearers were DR.DWIGHT NICHOLS,ROY BURL OLIVER,L.B.ATKINSON,GREG 
HENSON,WILLARD MITCHELL and JERRY BEENE.

TURNER,ALVIN A. b:01/08/1910 d:04/17/1998

TURNER,DIXIE b:03/29/1915 d:04/24/1998
(obit)
TURNER, Dixie
Dixie Turner,age 83,of Woodson,Texas died Thursday,April 24,1998 in a 
local care center.Services were Saturday,April 25,1998 at 2p.m.in the 
First Baptist Church in Woodson,Texas with Rev.Jimmy Stiles,pastor 
officiating.Burial was in Woodson Cemetery under the direction of 
Morrison Funeral Home of Graham,Texas.Mrs.Turner was born March 29,
1915 in Padgett,Texas to the late JIM and SARAH FRANCES ROUSWELL 
ABBOTT. She married ALVIN A.TURNER June 26,1975 in Woodson,Texas. He
preceded her in death on April 17,1998.She was a lifetime resident of 
the Woodson community and a member of the First Baptist Church in 
Woodson. Survivors include brother-in-law,ALTON"BUSTER"TURNER of 
Throckmorton and numerous nieces and nephews.

TURNER,CHARLES KENT b:06/16/1917 d:01/01/1978 VETERAN WWII

TURNER,DR.CHARLES A. b:02/17/1889 d:11/24/1956

TURNER,EMMA b:03/07/1883 d:00/00/1958

TURNER,GEORGE E. b:05/19/1864 d:06/09/1927

TURNER,SEANA ANN b:11/02/1859 d:03/19/1944

TURNER,SMITH W. b:09/29/1880 d:00/00/1967

TURNER,WILLARD A. b:05/09/1920 d:08/27/1986 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
TURNER, Willard A.
Willard A."Sarge"Turner,66,died Wednesday at a local hospital.Services 
will be 10a.m.Friday at Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home Rosewood 
Chapel with the Rev.Victor Sedinger officiating. Graveside services 
will follow at 3:30p.m. at Woodson Cemetery in Woodson. He was born in 
Baca County,Colo. He was retired from the U.S.Army and was a 
Protestant.Survivors include his wife,FAY TURNER of Four Sands;a 
daughter,BETTY SULLIVAN of Salinas,Calif.,two sons,JERRY TURNER of
Waukomis,Okla.,and GARY TURNER of Four Sands;two brothers,BUCK TURNER 
of Big Spring and CALVIN TURNER of Riverside,Calif.;four sisters,NORMA 
FARR and DOROTHY WASHINGTON,both of Lubbock,BETTY MONNETT of Big 
Spring and ANN VINSON of Muleshoe;five grandchildren and two 
great-grandchildren.

TURNER,ZELLA WEATHERLY b:04/03/1888 d:08/17/1978

TUTTLE,BUENA VISTA b:02/07/1860 d:11/27/1936

TUTTLE,CYRUS EVAN b:04/24/1858 d:01/30/1931

TUTTLE,HAL F. b:00/00/1886 d:00/00/1940

TUTTLE,MARSHALL A. b:08/03/1894 d:03/30/1956

TUTTLE,MILLER b:11/18,1920 d:03/22/2005
(obit)
TUTTLE, Miller
Miller Tuttle,age 84,died Tuesday morning,March 22,2005,at Stephens
Memorial Hospital in Breckenridge.Funeral Services will be Friday,
March 25,2005 at 10:00a.m.at the First Baptist Church with Rev.Charles
West officiating and Rev.Cecil Harper assisting.Burial will follow in
the Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Morehart Mortuary.
Visitation was held Thursday evening,March 24 from 7 to 8p.m.at
Morehart Mortuary. MARSHALL MILLER TUTTLE was born November 18,1920,in
Throckmorton County to parents MARSHALL ALEX TUTTLE and OMA JEANETT
MILLER. He attended school at Masters and Woodson Communities.Miller
also served in the U.S.Navy. He was a certified pilot and pioneer in
the aerial spraying industry,as well as an auctioneer. On October 16,
1967,he was appointed as Stephens County Judge. Miller retired from
this office on December 31,1994,after 26 years and 10 1/2 months. He
was a Deacon of First Baptist Church where he served as a Sunday School
teacher and was a member of the Roughneck Bible Class. He was chairman
of the Cattlemen's Roundup for Crippled Children for 20 years,chairman
of the Junior Livestock Show Sale for 25 years,chairman of the
Goodfellows,and chairman of the Stephens County chapter of West Texas
Rehab. Miller was instrumental in forming the Breckenridge Senior
Citizens Center,as well as a leader in the Breckenridge Chamber of
Commerce. His many civic affiliations also included:Masonic Lodge,
Lions Club,Elks Lodge,American Legion,and The United Fund. Miller had
also been awarded Agriculture Citizens of the Year by the Breckenridge
Chamber of Commerce.Miller was preceded in death by his parents. Miller
is survived by his daughter,JUDY and husband,JIM CARAWAY of
Breckenridge;a son,RONNIE TUTTLE of Stephensville;two grandsons,RUSTY
CARAWAY of McKinney and KEITH CARAWAY of Kaysville,UT.;six 
great-granddaughters and two great-grandsons. Memorials may be made to
Meals On Wheels or the organization of donor's choice and may be left
at Moreahart Mortuary. Condolences may be sent online at
www.morehartmortuary.net.

TUTTLE,PEGGY WRIGHT b:06/01/1921 d:03/05/2002
(obit)
TUTTLE, Peggy
Funeral services for Peggy Tuttle,an 80 year old Breckenridge resident,
were held at 10a.m.Friday,March 8,at the Chapel at Morehart Mortuary. 
Burial followed at the Woodson Cemetery under the direction of 
Morehart Mortuary. Mrs.Tuttle died early Tuesday morning,March 5,2002 
at Stephens Memorial Hospital. Peggy Tuttle was born PEGGY NEAL WRIGHT 
on June 1,1921 to TOM and ELIZA WATSON WRIGHT in Peason,La. She 
graduated from Woodson High School in 1938 and became a beautician
working for Texie Greenley and Bea Loudder. She then opened Peggy's 
Beauty Shop and worked there for 20 years. She moved from Austin to 
Breckenridge in 1957. She was a member of the First Baptist Church,
Martha's Sunday School Class and was active at the Senior Citizens 
Center. Peggy Tuttle is survived by her daughter,JUDY and her husband 
JIM CARAWAY of Breckenridge;her son,RONNIE TUTTLE of Breckenridge;two 
grandsons;eight great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by three brothers and five sisters. The 
family requests that memorials be made to Meals on Wheels or the 
donor's favorite charity. Memorials may be left at Morehart Mortuary.


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VAN HORN,DR.C.B. b:11/30/1865 d:02/17/1922

VAN HORN,MRS.JANE b:00/00/1865 d:00/00/1938


W


WADE,WOODROW W. b:02/22/1915 d:03/05/1991 VETERAN WWII

WALDREP,CLAUDE LELAND b:10/10/1928 d:03/03/1975

WALDREP,ELLA E. b:02/17/1898 d:05/17/1981

WALDREP,HENRY M. b:01/11/1897 d:03/24/1969

WALDROP,ANNIE b:04/06/1889 d:09/25/1917

WALDROP,LILLIE b:12/01/1850 d:12/12/1941

WALDROP,V.A. b:08/01/1849 d:04/24/1913

WALKER,BOB b:05/18/1921 d:01/15/1997 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
WALKER, Bob
Funeral services for Bob Walker,a 75 year old Woodson resident,were 
held on Friday,January 17,1997 at 10a.m.at Morehart Mortuary.Reverend 
Jimmy Stiles,pastor of First Baptist Church of Woodson,officiated. 
Burial followed in Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Morehart 
Mortuary. Mr.Walker died Wednesday morning,January 15,at his residence 
in Woodson. He was born on May 18,1921 in Haskell County. He grew up 
near Rochester and attended schools at New Mid School. He served in 
the U.S.Army during World War II. He married RUBY WRIGHT in Haskell on 
December 16,1942. He had farmed and ran a service station in Munday 
from 1958 until 1975.Survivors include his wife,RUBY WALKER of Woodson;
one son,BOB O.WALKER of Seattle,Washington;three daughters,BOBBIE 
PARKER of Woodson,BARBARA WALLING of Coahoma and PATTIE KRAMER of 
Breckenridge;four brothers,WELDON WALKER of Stamford;K.D.WALKER of 
Rochester,LONNIE G.WALKER of Munday and BAYLOR WALKER of Wichita Falls;
three sisters,HAZEL WIMBERLEY of Houston,BLANCHE DAVIS of Rochester 
and BONNIE WRIGHT of Stamford;nine grandchildren and three 
great-grandchildren.He was preceded in death by his parents and three 
brothers. The family requests that memorials be made to Woodson 
Cemetery Association. Memorials may be left at Morehart Mortuary. 
Pallbearers were LESTER ATKINSON,JIMMY HEARN,TREVOR LAIN,KENNY WALKER,
KEVIN WALKER,and C.H.WRIGHT,JR. Honorary pallbearers were grandsons 
and great-great-grandsons and JAMES ATKINSON.

WALKER,CLARENCE"BOY" b:06/22/1909 d:01/24/1974 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
WALKER, Clarence "Boy"
Sunday funeral services were scheduled at 2:30p.m.in Satterwhite 
Chapel of Grace for Clarence(Boy)Walker,64. Jimmy Cox minister of 
Elliott Street Church of Christ,will officiate with burial in the 
Woodson Cemetery. Mr.Walker died Thursday at Stephens Memorial 
Hospital after being admitted Jan.14. Born June 22,1909 in Comanche,he 
married ETHEL DEMPSEY,July 17,1945 in Warrington,England. He was a 
veteran of World War II and participated in the Normandy Invasion. He 
was self employed as a farmer and a fence contractor,retiring in Dec.
1962 due to ill health. Survivors include his wife;one daughter,Mrs.
RAYMOND BLEVENS of Bridgeport;one grandson;three brothers,S.J.of 
Woodson,GALE of Breckenridge and HORTON of Roswell,N.M;six sisters,Mrs.
W.M.HARVEY,Mrs.ALBERT CANUTESON and Mrs.A.J.MAHAN,all of Woodson,Mrs.
CORA ALLISON and Mrs.WAYNE MITCHELL,both of Breckenridge and Mrs.J.R.
MIXON of Elbert.

WALKER,ETHEL DEMPSEY b:06/24/1921 d:12/06/2003
note:obit under Little,Ethel Dempsey Walker

WALKER,EDWIN JAY"CANDY" b:04/08/1928 d:10/02/1992 VETERAN KOREAN WAR
(obit)
WALKER, Edwin Jay "Candy"
Edwin Jay "Candy" Walker,age 64,died Friday,October 2,1992,at his 
residence in Breckenridge. Funeral service was at 11a.m.Monday,October 
5,1992 at the Melton Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with Rev.Dr.James 
Abel officiating. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton 
Funeral Home. He was born April 8,1928 in Fort Griffin,Texas. He was 
married to DOROTHY CRUDGINGTON CAPERS on April 10,1955 in Breckenridge.
He was a longtime Breckenridge resident.He had been a plumber with 
Capers and Walker Plumbing Co. He was a U.S.Army Veteran of the Korean 
Conflict,a member of the Elks Lodge #1480,and of the Veterans of 
Foreign Wars. He is survived by his wife,DOROTHY WALKER of 
Breckenridge;one son,JAY WALKER of Arlington;two sisters,BETTY SMART 
of Stanton and ELAINE LOVE of Bowie;and his mother,GRACE WALKER of 
Woodson.Pallbearers were BENNIE HART,EARL DENDY,GUS DUEBLER,DALE JONES,
CECIL BLAKELY and BOBBY RILEY. Honorary pallbearer was LUTHER SMITH.

WALKER,GRACE ETTA GARNER b:04/12/1904 d:11/03/1995
(obit)
WALKER, Grace Etta
Grace Etta Walker,91,died Friday,Nov.3,1995,at Stephens Memorial 
Hospital.Funeral Service will be at 2p.m.Sunday,Nov.5 at the Melton 
Funeral Home Chapel of Memories with Mike Cox officiating.Burial will 
be in the Woodson Cemetery directed by Melton Funeral Home. She was 
born on April 12,1904 to EDGAR MARVIN and MARTHA TEALIE(BLAIR)GARNER 
in Eastland County.She married S.J.WALKER on June 11,1926 in 
Breckenridge.He preceded her in death on April 7,1980.She was a 
longtime Woodson resident,a homemaker and a member of the Woodson 
Church of Christ. She is survived by two daughters,BETTY SMART of 
Stanton and ELAINE LOVE of Nocona;two sisters,EDITH RICHARDSON of 
Dimmitt,and ANNIE TUCKER of Chandler,Arizona;two brothers,HOUSTON
GARNER of Odessa and BILL GARNER of Bakersfield,Calif.;six 
grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.She was also preceded in 
death by 3 great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the Woodson 
Cemetery Association and those memorials may be left at Melton Funeral 
Home.The family will receive friends at Meltons Funeral Home from 6p.m.
to 7:30p.m.on Saturday,Nov.4,1995.Pallbearers will be CALEB ROTH,SAM 
ROTH,MATTHEW ROTH,CODY CRABTREE,JAY DAWSON LOVE,KEITH PATTILLO and 
KRIS PATTILLO. Honorary pallbearers will be CATLIN MCKENSIE,BO 
CRABTREE and LAJANA LOVE.

WALKER,JACKIE GALE b:01/14/1921 d:02/27/1995 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
WALKER, Gale
Gale Walker,a 74 year old Breckenridge resident,died Monday morning,
Feb.27,1995,at Abilene Regional Medical Center.Graveside funeral 
services will be held on Wednesday,March 1,at 3p.m.at Woodson Cemetery,
Reverend Leo Brooks,pastor of Trinity Baptist Church will officiate. 
Burial will follow under the direction of Morehart Mortuary. He was 
born on January 14,1921 in Woodson. He grew up in Woodson and attended 
schools there. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He married 
GLENDA WALKER in Breckenridge on May 8,1953.They moved to Breckenridge 
in 1961 from Woodson. He was a lifetime member of the Disabled
American Veterans and was a Baptist. He had worked for W.E.Brown as a 
heavy equipment operator. Survivors include his wife,GLENDA WALKER of 
Breckenridge;three daughters,JACKIE ENSEY of Breckenridge,SENIE 
STANLEY of Dallas and SHARVELLA WARNER of Saginaw;one brother,HORTON 
WALKER of Roswell,New Mexico;two sisters,BONNIE MITCHELL and VELMA 
MIXON,both of Breckenridge;five grandchildren and three 
great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents,three 
brothers,and four sisters.Honorary pallbearers will be JERRY DON AYLOR,
ERIC CATES,BRENT ENSEY,SCOTTY ENSEY,TOM STANDORD and CHRIS STANLEY.

WALKER,JEFF b:00/00/1891 d:00/00/1927
note:son of SAMUEL JACKSON and MATTIE(TUGGLE)WALKER

WALKER,MABEL"MAE"HUNT b:11/25/1876 d:11/27/1954
(obit)
WALKER, May
Funeral services were held at the Woodson Gymnasuim at 4p.m. Sunday,
Nov.28,for Mrs.May Walker,78 of Elbert,who died in the Throckmorton 
Hospital Saturday at 7p.m.,after entering the hospital on Thursday. 
Howard Peacock,former minister of the Woodson Church of Christ,was in 
charge of the final rites and burial was followed in the Woodson 
Cemetery under the direction of Satterwhite Funeral Home in 
Breckenridge. Grandsons of Mrs.Walkers were pallbearers. Mrs.Walker 
was born November 25,1876 in Missouri and was a resident of the 
Woodson,Throckmorton area most of her life. She was a member of the 
Church of Christ. Survivors are six daughters,Mrs.NELLIE CANUTESON of 
Breckenridge,Mrs.BERTHA MAHAN,Mrs.CORA ALLISON,Mrs.BESSIE HARVEY,all 
of Woodson,Mrs.BONNIE MITCHELL and Mrs.VELMA MIXON,both of Elbert;four 
sons,S.J.WALKER,CLARENCE WALKER,GALE WALKER,all of Woodson,and HORTON 
WALKER of Roswell,N.M.;two brothers,GEORGE HUNT and WALTER HUNT,both 
of Cisco;two sisters,Mrs.SUDIE PUGH of Breckenridge and Mrs.ESTHER 
WHITEHEAD of Cisco;20 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

WALKER,S.J."JAY" b:08/22/1903 d:04/07/1980
(obit)
WALKER, S. J. "Jay"
Jay Walker,76,of Woodson died at 3:03a.m.Monday at Stephens Memorial 
Hospital in Breckenridge. Services will be at 4p.m.Tuesday at Melton 
Chapel of Memories. David Hutton,minister of a Church of Christ will 
officiate. Burial will be at Woodson Cemetery. Born Aug.22,1903 in 
Comanche County,he married GRACE GARNER June 11,1926 in Breckenridge. 
He came to Woodson in 1910 from Comanche County. He was a member of 
the Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife;two daughters,BETTY 
SMART of Stanton and ELAINE LOVE of Bowie;a son,E.J."CANDY"WALKER of 
Breckenridge;six sisters,NELLIE CANUTSON,BONNIE MITCHELL,VELMA MIXON 
and CORA CARVER,all of Breckenridge,BESS HARVEY and BERTHA MAHAN,both 
of Woodson;two brothers,HORTON WALKER of Roswell,N.M.and GALE WALKER 
of Breckenridge;seven grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be MIKE SCHMITT,BOLEY COTTON,SCOTT ROBINSON,LARRY 
SULLIVAN,WALTER TIMMONS and CARLTON SULLIVAN.

WALKER,SAMUEL JACKSON"SAM" b:11/04/1865 d:07/23/1948
(obit)
WALKER, Samuel J.
Sam J.Walker,82,a stock farmer and resident of the Lusk community for 
the past 33 years,died Friday afternoon at 5:30 o'clock at 
Breckenridge Clinic. Mr.Walker suffered a stroke at the home of his 
daughter,Mrs.BESSIE HARVEY of Lusk and was brought to the local 
hospital yesterday morning at 8 o:clock. He was a native Texan,born 
Nov.4,1865. Funeral services,Satterwhite directed,were held Saturday 
afternoon at 4 o'clock at Woodson.Howard Peacock of Graham officiating,
followed by burial in Woodson Cemetery. Six daughters and five sons 
survive. The daughters besides Mrs.HARVEY are;Mrs.A.M.CANUTESON and 
Mrs.BERTHA MAHAN of Lusk,Mrs.CORA ALLISON,Woodson and Mrs.BONNIE 
MITCHELL and Mrs.VELMA MIXON of Elbert.The sons are,HARRISON WALKER of 
Sweetwater,CLARENCE WALKER and S.J.JR.,both of Lusk,HORTON WALKER,
Roswell,N.M. and GALE WALKER,Woodson.Eighteen grandchildren and one 
great-granddaughter also survive.
note:1st married MATTIE TUGGLE Sept.11,1887 Comanche Co.Tx.,
2nd marriage MABEL HUNT Jan.2,1895 Comanche Co.Tx.

WALLACE,CECIL b:00/00/1897 d:00/00/1952

WALLACE,ELLEN b:00/00/1890 d:00/00/1958

WALLACE,JESSIE b:09/27/1925 d:05/25/2002

WALLACE,EVA JANE b:12/13/1895 d:11/18/1975

WALLACE,HENRY no dates no dates

WALLACE,INFANT no dates no dates

WALLACE,J.M. b:05/03/1881 d:02/03/1927

WALLACE,JOHN BROWN b:05/30/1920 d:04/21/1990 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
WALLACE, John Brown
John Brown Wallace,69,formerly of Woodson,died Saturday,April 21,1990,
in Medical Center Hospital in Tyler. Graveside funeral services were 
held Monday,April 23,1990 at 10a.m.at Woodson Cemetery. Rev.Trey 
Roberson,pastor of Westlake Baptist Church in Chandler officiated. 
Burial followed under the direction of Morehart Mortuary. He was born 
May 30,1920 in Woodson. He was a graduate of Woodson High School. He 
was a veteran of World War II. He married JESSIE RUTH SMITH in 
Breckenridge on March 1,1944. He retired in 1981 from Brown and Root 
where he was a safety engineer.He was a member of the Safety Engineers 
Society.He had lived in Chandler for the past seven years. He was a 
member of Westlake Baptist Church in Chandler. Survivors include his 
wife,JESSIE WALLACE of Chandler;two sons and their wives,JIM BOB and 
PEGGY WALLACE of Holiday,and JOHN PAUL and PENNY WALLACE of Sequin;one 
daughter and her husband,SONDRA and NEALY DICKERSON of Palestine;three 
sisters,MARTHA DONNELL of Terrell,EVELYN FAMBROUGH of Ranger and MARY 
ABRAHAM of Woodson;six grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He was 
preceded in death by his parents. Honorary pallbearers were members of 
the Woodson High School Class of 1939. The family requests that 
memorials be made to Westlake Baptist Church Care Group,Rt.1 Box 555,
Chandler,Texas 75758.

WALLACE,NORVAL b:07/24/1850 d:11/10/1909

WALLACE,ROBERT W. b:08/16/1888 d:08/26/1952 VETERAN WWI

WALLACE,TEMPLE E. b:00/00/1859 d:00/00/1938

WEATHERBY,ARGIEREE b:03/27/1905 d:08/01/1994
(obit)
WEATHERBY, Argieree
Argieree Weatherby,89,mother of RALPH DORWIN WEATHERBY of Abilene,died 
Tuesday in a local nursing home. Graveside services will be at 2p.m.
Thursday in Woodson Cemetery,directed by Frank W.Wilson Funeral 
Directors. Mrs.Weatherby was born in Albany and was a homemaker. She 
moved to Odessa in 1988 from Breckenridge. She was a Methodist and was 
the widow of CHARLIE WEATHERBY,whom she married in 1925 in Albany. 
Other survivors include one son,DOYLE WEATHERBY of Odessa;four 
grandchildren;and eight great-grandchildren.

WEATHERBY,CHARLIE MITCHELL b:06/10/1901 d:06/08/1955

WEATHERLY,JOSEPH L. b:01/03/1857 d:02/16/1946

WEATHERLY,MAGGIE R. b:11/06/1866 d:03/31/1958

WELCH,INFANT b:12/14/1910 d:12/14/1910

WELLS,CLAUDINE BASS b:10/06/1924 d:11/04/2001

WELLS,CURTIS b:12/12/1921 d:11/01/2001 VETERAN WWII

WHITFIELD,BILLIE RAY b:02/16/1937 d:10/26/1996
(obit)
WHITFIELD, Billie Ray
Billie Ray Whitfield,58,died Saturday,October 26,1996,at his residence 
in Woodson.Services were at 2p.m.Monday in Woodson First Baptist 
Church with the Rev.Cecil Hall officiating. Burial was in Woodson 
Cemetery under the direction of Merriman-Archer Funeral Home in 
Throckmorton. Mr.Whitfield was born November 16,1937 in Throckmorton 
to FLOYD W. and ESTELL PITTMAN WHITFIELD. He married JANIS GRIFFIN in 
1969 in Fort Worth.He was the ranch foreman for the Dickie Ranch from 
1977 to 1991 when he retired. He was a member of the New Life Assembly 
of God Church of Throckmorton. He is preceded in death by his father,
FLOYD WHITFIELD in 1975 and a brother,WESLEY in 1994. Survivors 
include his wife,JANIS WHITFIELD of Woodson;one son,MICHAEL WHITFIELD 
of Gustine;two daughters,MICHELLE BANDY of Breckenridge and JONNA RAY 
of Wichita Falls;his mother,ESTELL WHITFIELD of Throckmorton;three 
sisters,JENNIE HEROD of Throckmorton,ZELMA ALVEY of Throckmorton and 
FLONELL PRITCHARD of Hobbs,N.M.;five brothers,DEAN WHITFIELD of 
Seminole,FRANKIE WHITFIELD of Throckmorton,DOYLE WHITFIELD of 
Throckmorton,COTTON WHITFIELD of Escanaba,MI.,and JAMES WHITIFIELD of 
Midlothian;three grandchildren;five step-grandchildren;five 
step-great-grandchildren and a true friend thought of as a son JIM TOM 
BOLAND of Wichita Falls.

WHITFIELD,JANIS b:08/22/1937 d:07/26/2004
(obit)
WHITFIELD, Janis
Janis Whitfield,66,died Monday,July 26,2004.Funeral services will be 
at 10:30a.m.Thursday,July 29,at First Baptist Church of Woodson,with 
the Rev.Joel Sanders officiating. Burial will follow in the Woodson 
Cemetery,directed by Melton-Kitchens Funeral Home. Whitfield was born 
Aug.22,1937 in Fort Worth to VICTOR O.GRIFFIN and RUTH SYBLE EDWARDS 
GRIFFIN. She married BILL WHITFIELD in 1969 in Fort Worth. He preceded 
her in death in 1996. She was a dietary cook for the Throckmorton 
hospital and a Throckmorton nursing home and was a private nurse. She 
was a member of First Baptist Church of Woodson. Whitfield is survived 
by one daughter,MICHELLE RENEE HEATLEY and husband BRYAN of Woodson;
one son,MICHAEL LYNN WHITFIELD and wife MICHELLE of Stephenville;one 
sister,BONNIE CROSBY of Jacksonville,Fla.;two grandchildren,QUINTON 
and PAYTON WHITFIELD of Stephenville and several nieces and nephews 
and extended family. She was preceded in death by a sister and a 
brother. Visitation will be from 6:30 to 8p.m. today,July 28,at the 
funeral home.

WHITAKER,ALPHEUS LEROY"ALF" b:11/25/1866 d:01/23/1941

WHITAKER,ALPHEUS NATHAN b:10/16/1906 d:02/16/1985

WHITAKER,JOE WILLIE"BILL" b:12/15/1914 d:04/02/1985

WHITAKER,LOU ELLA b:09/03/1906 d:11/12/1992
(obit)
WHITAKER, Lou Ella
Funeral services for Lou Ella Whitaker,an 86 year old former 
Throckmorton resident were held on Friday,November 13,1992,at 10a.m.
at First Baptist Church in Throckmorton,with Reverend Cliff Lester,
pastor,officiating. Burial followed in Woodson Cemetery under the 
direction of Morehart Mortuary. Mrs.Whitaker died Thursday morning,
November 12,1992 in a Lubbock hospital.She was born LOU ELLA ATKINSON 
on September 3,1906,in Comanche County. She moved to Throckmorton 
County at the age of 2.She attended schools in Woodson. She married 
NATHAN WHITAKER in Throckmorton on December 23,1925. He preceded her 
in death on February 16,1985. She was a housewife and a member of 
First Baptist Church in Throckmorton. She moved to Lubbock in 1986
from Throckmorton. Survivors include one son,BUCK WHITAKER of Lubbock;
one daughter,DORIS CRAWFORD of Corpus Christi;six grandchildren,eight 
great-grandchidren and two great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded 
in death by her parents,three brothers,and one grandchild. The family 
requests that memorials be made to West Texas Rehabilitation Center. 
Memorials may be left at Morehart Mortuary. Pallbearers were FRANK 
ATKINSON,JAMES ATKINSON,KENNETH ATKINSON,L.B.ATKINSON,RAY GENE 
ATKINSON,and WILBUR ATKINSON.

WHITAKER,SARAH ELIZABETH b:12/07/1872 d:03/25/1964

WHITAKER,TYSON BRADLEY"TY" b:11/28/1982 d:04/15/2003

WHITMIRE,CLARENCE L. b:09/16/1893 d:12/24/1973
(obit)
WHITMIRE, Clarence
Clarence L.Whitmire,80,a retired Woodson cattle buyer and native of 
Stephens County,died at 2:45p.m. Monday in Stephens Memorial Hospital 
after a long illness. Funeral will be at 2p.m. Wednesday in Melton's 
Chapel of Memories. Jimmy Cox,minister of Elliott Street Church of 
Christ,will officiate. Burial will be in Woodson Cemetery. Born Sept.
16,1893 in Ivan,he married RILLA CORVETT June 14,1914 in Stephens 
County. They moved to Woodson from Stephens County in 1931. She died
March 15,1973. He was a member of Central Church of Christ in Woodson. 
Survivors are a son,ROY WHITMIRE of Woodson;two sisters,Mrs.E.B.MILAM 
of Eliasville and Mrs.EULA B.REGAL of Graham;a brother,THURMAN 
WHITMIRE of Graham;five grandchildren;and eight great-grandchildren. 
One brother preceded him in death. Pallbearers will be BOLEY COTTON,
JEWEL RIDLEY,WADE BOYD,KENT TURNER,JAMES ELLISTON and MARVIN BELLAH.

WHITMIRE,JESSE L. b:06/19/1888 d:01/14/1919

WHITMIRE,MARGARET ANN b:06/05/1920 d:02/23/1974
(obit)
WHITMIRE, Margaret A.
Mrs.ROY WHITMIRE,53,of Woodson,died at 10:30p.m.Saturday in a Seymour 
hospital,where she had been admitted Saturday morning.Funeral will be 
at 2p.m. Monday in Woodson Baptist Church. The Rev.Charles West,pastor,
will officiate. Burial will be in Woodson Cemetery under the direction 
of Melton Funeral Home. She was born MARGARET ANN SONNAMAKER on June 5,
1920 in Burkburnett. She moved to Woodson in 1927. She was a 1935 
graduate of Woodson High School and attended Howard Payne College in 
Brownwood. She married ROY WHITMIRE in July 1936 in Graham,and they 
lived in Woodson all their married lives. She had been supervisor of 
the cafeteria for Woodson public schools since 1962. She was a member 
of First Baptist Church and the Throckmorton chapter of the Order of 
the Eastern Star. Survivors are her husband;four daughters,Mrs.LARRY 
SULLIVAN of Woodson,Mrs.JIMMIE STRENGTH of Burleson,Mrs.LEROY BLACKWOOD
and Mrs.CHARLES GOODWIN,both of Garland;a son,R.Q.of Denton;her mother,
Mrs.W.E.SONNAMAKER SR.,of Woodson;a brother,W.E.SONNAMAKER JR.,of 
Hobbs,N.M.and eight grandchildren.

WHITMIRE,ROY Q. b:03/17/1916 d:06/21/1976

WILEY,CAROLINE b:05/29/1866 d:05/06/1936

WILEY,GEORGE W. b:08/23/1854 d:03/19/1942

WILKES,LAVALDA TAYLOR b:00/00/1908 d:00/00/1928

WILLIAMS,DOROTHA b:00/00/1914 d:00/00/1984

WILLIAMS,ELBERT W. b:00/00/1901 d:00/00/1958

WILLIAMS,DR.G.W. b:10/16/1860 d:03/30/1931

WILLIAMS,IRENE GERTRUDE TALLEY b:08/19/1909 d:03/16/1970
note:obit under Mooney,Irene Gertrude

WILLIAMS,J.TRUMAN b:00/00/1903 d:00/00/1967

WILLIAMS,MARY FRANCIS b:05/14/1921 d:08/15/1990

WILLINGHAM,BERNARD b:09/07/1908 d:05/20/1972
(obit) 
WILLINGHAM, Bernard
Final rites were held Monday at Woodson Central Church of Christ at 
2:30p.m. for Bernard Willingham,63,with Will Scott,minister of the 
Church of Christ of Throckmorton officiating. Burial followed at 
Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Melton Funeral Home of 
Breckenridge. Mr.Willingham,a longtime resident of Woodson,died at 
11p.m.Saturday in Throckmorton County Memorial Hospital,where he was 
admitted Saturday.Born Sept.7,1908 in Cleburne,he came to Throckmorton 
County in 1914 from Cleburne. He married MAGGIE LENA BROWN,Jan.20,1929 
at Woodson. He was a farmer and carpenter. As a member of the Central 
Church of Christ of Woodson,he was the carpenter who built the church. 
Survivors include his wife;one daughter,Mrs.LEE SCOTT ROBINSON of 
Woodson;two sons,ARLISS of Sweetwater and GLENN of Irving;his mother,
Mrs.FLORENCE WILLINGHAM of Throckmorton;three brothers,JOE of Woodson,
CLARENCE and WARREN,both of Albany;11 grandchildren;and two 
great-grandchildren.A son,CARROLL DALE died in 1934. Pallbearers were 
BILL SANDERS,WALTER TIMMONS,WILLARD MITCHELL,BILL PARKER,BOLEY COTTON,
and LEO WELCH. Honorary pallbearers were OTTO TUGGLE,ELMER HUGHES,
ALBERT MINTON,CLARENCE WHITMAN,TRUETT HOLLAND,QUINCE COGBURN and J.L.
BEATY.

WILLINGHAM,CARROLL DALE b:06/25/1933 d:04/24/1935

WILLINGHAM,FLORENCE WOLFE b:09/23/1878 d:10/18/1972
(obit)
WILLINGHAM, Florence
Woodson Church of Christ was the scene of the funeral services for Mrs.
Florence Willingham at 3p.m.today with Will Scott minister of 
Throckmorton Church of Christ,officiating. Burial followed in Woodson 
Cemetery under the direction of Merriman Funeral Home. Mrs.Willingham,
94,died at 1a.m.Wednesday in the Crestview Nursing Home in 
Throckmorton. Mrs.Willingham was born Sept.23,1887 in Chapel Hill,Ark. 
Survivors are three sons,JOE of Woodson,WARREN and CLARENCE,both of 
Albany;two brothers,ALVIE WOLFE of Woodson and FRANK WOLFE of 
Breckenridge;three sisters,Mrs.FRANCES RAY of Brownfield,Mrs.DAISY 
BASS of Lampasas and Mrs.IVA ATCHLEY of Comanche. Pallbearers were 
OTTO TUGGLE,D.E.GOOD,E.O.NASH,MARVIN BELLAH,WILLARD MITCHELL and BOBBY 
BELLAH.

WILLINGHAM,J.S. b:08/31/1869 d:09/05/1934

WILLINGHAM,J.W. b:02/17/1868 d:05/11/1927

WILLINGHAM,JOE A. b:06/23/1905 d:02/28/1982

WILLINGHAM,JOHN M. b:10/04/1875 d:02/17/1963

WILLINGHAM,JOHN RAY b:04/14/1958 d:10/29/1992

WILLINGHAM,MAGGIE LENA BROWN b:09/10/1910 d:09/17/1985
(obit)
WILLINGHAM, Lena
Lena Willingahm,75,died at 11:30a.m.Tuesday at the Lake County Manor 
Nursing Home. Services were at 10:30a.m.today at the Central Church of 
Christ in Woodson with Jim Cox,minister of the Elliott Street Church 
of Christ,officiating. Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery,under the 
direction of Melton Funeral Home.Born MAGGIE LENA BROWN on Sept.10,
1910,in DeLeon,she married BERNARD WILLINGHAM on Jan.20,1929 in 
Woodson. He preceded her in death May 20,1972. She moved to 
Breckenridge in 1977 from Woodson and was a homemaker and a member of 
the Central Church of Christ. Survivors include one daughter,Mrs.SCOTT 
ROBINSON of Woodson;two sons,GLENN WILLINGHAM of Breckenridge and 
ARLISS WILLINGHAM of Sweetwater;five brothers,D.B.BROWN of Eastland,
WALTER BROWN of Garland,KENNETH BROWN of Mineral Wells,NEISH Brown of 
Cleburne;11 grandchildren;and 13 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers 
included JAMES ELLISTON,WALTER TIMMONS,BOLEY COTTON,ROYCE BEENE,DEWEY 
ODELL and EDDIE CARROLL BROWN.

WILLINGHAM,MARY JEWELL b:11/01/1903 d:11/15/1987
(obit)
WILLINGHAM, Mary Jewell
Mary Jewell Willingham,84,of 4115 Richland Court,died Sunday at a 
local nursing home. Services will be at 2:30p.m.Tuesday at the First 
Baptist Church in Woodson with the Rev.Butch Pesch officiating.Burial 
will be in the Woodson Cemetery,directed by Elliott-Hamil Funeral Home,
542 Hickory. The body will be at the church one hour prior to service 
time. Born in Snyder,she moved from Woodson to Abilene in 1979.She was 
a 1920 Snyder High School graduate. She was a homemaker,a member of 
the Cresent Heights Baptist Church and the widow of JOE A.WILLINGHAM. 
Survivors include a son,GARY WILLINGHAM of Abilene;two grandchildren,
KEVIN WILLINGHAM of Abilene and KERRY WILLINGHAM of Oklahoma City,
Okla.;five great-grandchildren,AUBREY MICHELLE WILLINGHAM of Abilene 
and KRISTI WILLINGHAM,KELLI WILLINGHAM,CHAD HAMILTON and NATHAN 
HAMILTON,all of Oklahoma City.Memorials may be made to the Cresent 
Heights Baptist Church Memorial Fund,1902 N.Mockingbird or the 
Hendrick Medical Center Foundation.

WILLINGHAM,OZELLA b:01/12/1877 d:04/03/1942

WILLINGHAM,TINY b:01/19/1876 d:11/24/1929

WILLINGHAM,W.EARL b:02/26/1897 d:10/09/1934

WILSON,JIM P. b:03/24/1888 d:06/17/1964

WILSON,MURRAY WOODROW b:10/27/1916 d:01/18/1920

WINBURNE,C.A. b:00/00/1860 d:00/00/1925

WINSTEAD,NORENE b:00/00/1906 d:00/00/1995

WINSTEAD,WENDELL b:00/00/1908 d:00/00/1981

WOLF,JOE E. b:00/00/1901 d:00/00/1939

WOLF,JOHN M. b:00/00/1853 d:00/00/1943

WOLF,THERINA b:00/00/1860 d:00/00/1938

WOLFE,FRANK b:06/28/1895 d:09/02/1988 VETERAN WWI
(obit)
WOLFE, Frank
Frank Wolfe,93,died Friday,Sept.2,1988 at a local nursing home.Services
were held at 2p.m. Sunday at the Elliott Street Church of Christ with 
Jim Cox officiating. Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery,directed by 
Melton Funeral Home. Born June 28,1895 in Rosebud,he married RUTH 
HUGHES Oct.23,1923 in Throckmorton County. She died Sept.23,1966. He 
was a longtime Breckenridge area resident. He was a farmer,a member of 
the Church of Christ and a U.S.Army veteran of World War I. Survivors
include a daughter,PEBBLE CORBELL of Midland;four sons,J.C.WOLFE of 
Midland,COTTON WOLFE of Bridgeport,SEBURN WOLFE of Breckenridge and 
JAP WOLFE of Houston;a sister IVY ATCHLEY of Stephenville;12 
grandchildren and 23 great-grandchildren.Pallbearers were SCOTT WOLFE,
TOMMY WOLFE,JOE WOLFE,STEVE WOLFE,GLENN WOLFE,MARK WOLFE,MAX MCLANE 
and MONTY MCLANE.

WOLFE,JAMES TIMOTHY b:00/00/1884 d:00/00/1971

WOLFE,MATTIE JEANETTE FORREST b:06/30/1895 d:05/23/1979
(obit) 
WOLFE, Jeanette
Mrs.Alvie Wolfe,83,of Poolville,formerly of Woodson,died at 2:30p.m. 
Wednesday in an Azle hospital. Services were at 3p.m.Friday in Melton 
Chapel of Memories. Portis Ribble of Southwest Bible Institute in San 
Angelo,officiated. Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery. Born MATTIE 
JEANETTE FORREST June 30,1895 in Falls County,she married ALVIE WOLFE 
May 20,1917 in Hamilton County.They moved to woodson in 1924,where 
they farmed until moving to Poolville in 1974. She was a member of the 
Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband;two daughters,Mrs.
AUSTIN(BERNICE)LATHAM of Earth and Mrs.JOHN(IRENE)MALEY of Poolville;a 
sister IRENE WINTERS of Abilene;five grandchildren and 12 
great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were ALVIN WOODWARD,W.M.HARVEY,J.F.
HARVEY,NIG KARL,RANDALL FORREST and LOU BELLAH.

WOLFE,T.ALVIE b:12/07/1889 d:09/05/1985
(obit)
WOLFE, Alvie T.
Funeral services for Alvie T.Wolfe,95,of Azle,formerly of Woodson,were 
at 10a.m.Saturday in the Melton Funeral Home Chapel.Burial followed in 
the Woodson Cemetery under the direction of Melton Funeral Home. Mr.
Wolfe died at 5:30p.m. Thursday at Emash Hospital in Azle.He was born 
Dec.7,1889 in Milam County.He married JEANETTE FORREST May 20,1917 in 
Hamilton County.She died May 23,1979. He moved to Woodson in 1924 and 
then to Poolville in 1972. He was a retired farmer. He was a member of 
the Woodson Church of Christ. Survivors are two daughters,IRENE MALEY 
of Poolville and BERNICE LATHAM of Earth;one sister,IVA ATCHLEY of 
Hico;one brother,FRANK WOLFE of Breckenridge;five grandchildren;14 
great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Pallbearers were 
ALVIN WOODWARD,ROY BURL OLIVER,BOBBY BELLAH,BLUE BELLAH,JAMES ELLISTON 
and ROYCE BEENE.

WOLFE,TERRY MAC b:11/28/1952 d:01/06/1988
(obit)
WOLFE, Terry Mac
Terry Mac Wolfe,35,formerly of Woodson and Throckmorton died Wednesday 
at at Wichita Falls hospital after what apparently an accidental 
shooting. Services were at 2p.m. Saturday at Woodson Church of Christ 
with Jimmy Cox officiating. Burial was in Woodson Cemetry,directed by 
Merriman Funeral Home in Throckmorton. Born in Olney,he had lived in 
Jacksboro for most of his life.He was a member of the Church of Christ 
and was an oilfield driller. Survivors include two sons,NATHAN WOLFE 
and TOMMY MAC WOLFE,both of Graham;a daughter,SHANIE LYNN WOLFE of 
Graham;his parents,COTTON WOLFE of Bridgeport and AUDINE SEARCY of 
Kerrville;a brother,JOE RAY WOLFE of Wizard Wells;a sister,RUTH ANN 
AUSTIN of Westminister,Calif.;four stepbrothers,TERRY STOUT of 
Bridgeport,JOE STOUT of Azle,TONY FOWLER and DANNY FOWLER,both of 
Jacksboro;a stepsister,MARGIE WILSON of Houston;and a grandfather,
FRANK WOLFE of Breckenridge.

WOLFF,RUTH HUGHES b:05/06/1903 d:09/23/1966

WOLFF,VELMA IDA b:04/07/1905 d:09/17/1989
(obit)
WOLFF, Velma Ida Latham
Velma Ida Latham Wolff,84,died Sunday,September 17,1989 at her home in 
McKinney. Services were held at 4p.m.Monday at the Jeanette Street 
Church of Christ in Breckenridge with Virgil Farr officiating,directed 
by Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home of McKinney. Local 
arrangements were made by Melton Funeral Home of Breckenridge.Burial 
was in Woodson Cemetery. Born in Coryell County,she was a 
valedictorian at Gunter High School and received a bachelor of science 
degree from Texas Tech University in 1931. She married ALBERT FREDRICH 
WOLFF,May 26,1934 in Fort Worth. She was a member of the Church of 
Christ.She was preceded in death by her husband,ALBERT WOLFF and two 
brothers,J.D.LATHAM and WELDON LATHAM. Survivors include two daughters,
HILDA FARR of McKinney and GERTRUDE MILLER of Lubbock;four sisters,
MAUDE HOOTEN of Abilene,ESTA SPAIN of Monahans,SYBIL WOODWARD of 
Woodson and NELDA DUKES of Allison;two brothers,HILMANN LATHAM of 
Woodson and AUSTIN LATHAM of Earth;two grandchildren,BRET FARR of 
Lubbock and KENT FARR of McKinney;and two great-grandchildren,KENDRA 
and HEATH FARR of Lubbock.

WOOD,CUVIER LIPSCOMB"CUE" b:02/13/1880 d:01/01/1962

WOOD,FLORENCE R. b:03/03/1868 d:03/25/1962

WOOD,JAMES G. b:01/20/1855 d:12/08/1939

WOOD,MABEL G.CALLAHAN b:11/03/1881 d:05/09/1965

WOOD,OLIVER JOSEPHUS"O.J." b:05/04/1850 d:01/26/1930
note:Known as "The Father of Woodson".Incorporated the town around 
1905.

WOOD,ROXANNA W.UNDERWOOD b:00/00/1846 d:00/00/1916

WOODS,JULIA ROBERTSON b:00/00/1898 d:00/00/1973

WOODWARD,ALVIN AHIJAH b:08/22/1917 d:12/22/1991
(obit)
WOODWARD, Alvin A.
Alvin A.Woodward,74,died Sunday,December 22,1991 at his residence in 
Woodson. Funeral services were held at 2p.m.Tuesday,December 24,1991 
at the Elliott Street Church of Christ with David Hutton,officiating. 
Burial followed in the Woodson Cemetery,directed by Melton Funeral 
Home. He was born August 22,1917 in Albany. He married SYBIL LATHAM,
August 13,1938 in Breckenridge. He was a longtime Woodson resident,a 
farmer and rancher,and a member of the Jeanette Street Church of 
Christ.He was a past director of R.E.A. Fort Belnap Electric.Survivors 
include his wife,SYBIL WOODWARD of Woodson;one daughter and son-in-law,
RHONDA and DENNIS PEACOCK of Breckenridge;a son and daughter-in-law,
LONNIE and ANDREA WOODWARD of Palestine,also two sons,OWEN WOODWARD of 
Breckenridge and PHILIP WOODWARD of Amarillo;one step-sister,MAE 
KINZER of Houston;10 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.He was 
preceded in death by his brother,ALVIS WOODWARD and one half brother,
DELBERT WOODWARD.

WOODWARD,ALVIS MORGAN b:04/23/1916 d:02/17/1972 VETERAN WWII
(obit)
WOODWARD, Alvis M.
Funeral services are scheduled for Saturday at 2p.m. at the Central 
Church of Christ in Woodson for Alvis M.Woodward,55. G.B.Stanley,a 
Church of Christ minister in San Antonio and Elton Dennis,minister of 
the Amarillo Church of Christ,will officiate at the services. Burial 
will be at the Woodson cemetery under the direction of Melton Funeral 
Home. Mr.Woodward died Thursday morning at 6:31a.m.at the Stephens 
Memorial Hospital. He was admitted to the hospital on February 15. Mr.
Woodward was born April 23,1916 in Albany. He had lived in Woodson 
most of his life. He made his childhood home with the late JOHN X.CAMP 
and his wife,Mrs.MARY J.CAMP of Breckenridge. He married RUBY DENNIS 
May 15,1941 in Newcastle. He had been the foreman of the G.D.Dickie Sr.
ranch,was a member of the Central Church of Christ,a veteran of World 
War II,a member of the Woodson Masonic Lodge No.964 and was the 
president of the Woodson School Board. Survivors include his wife,one 
daughter,Mrs.DEAN FORD of Denton;four sons,WARREN of Wichita Falls,
RICKEY of Lubbock,DENNIS and DEWEY of the home;one brother,ALVIN 
WOODWARD of Woodson;one stepsister,MAE KINZER of Houston and two 
grandchildren.

WOODWARD,DELBERT HUGHES b:10/04/1923 d:09/10/1947 VETERAN WWII

WOODWARD,HENRY C. b:10/18/1877 d:09/14/1950

WOODWARD,NATHAN MORGAN b:09/30/1843 d:09/29/1914

WOODWARD,ROSIE HUGHES RUTHERFORD b:09/10/1879 d:09/11/1996

WOODWARD,RUBY ANGELINA DENNIS b:09/11/1916 d:01/23/1999
(obit)
WOODWARD, Ruby Angeline Dennis
Ruby Angeline Dennis Woodward,82,a former Woodson resident,died 
Saturday,January 23,1999 at her Goddard,Kansas residence.Funeral 
services were held Tuesday at 2p.m.at the Woodson Church of Christ 
with Danny Lee officiating. Burial was in the Woodson Cemetery 
directed by Melton Funeral Home. Mrs.Woodward was born on September 11,
1916 in Orange County. She married ALVIS WOODWARD on May 25,1942 in 
Crystal Falls. He preceded her in death on February 17,1972. She moved 
to the Lubbock-Amarillo area in 1975 and then to Goddard,Kansas in 
1987. She was a member of the Woodson Church of Christ. She was a 
homemaker and a seamstress for Davis Manufacturing. She had worked as 
a cook for Texas Tech. She attended Johnson Bible College,Beauty 
College and Business College. She is survived by one daughter and 
son-in-law,SHIRLEY and DEAN FORD of Goddard,Kansas;four sons and three 
daughters-in-law,WARREN and CAROLE WOODWARD of Wichita Falls,RICHARD 
WOODWARD of Haltom City,DENNIS and CINDY WOODWARD of Wichita,Kansas 
and DEWEY and CRISANN WOODWARD of Breckenridge;one sister,CLOY MARIE 
WILLIAMS of Franklin;one brother,E.L.DENNIS of Amarillo;grandchildren,
MICHELL POSPISIL and GRAIG,AMANDA FORD,TRAVIS FORD,TERRI WOODWARD,
TRAMPUS WOODWARD,JASON WOODWARD,JAROD WOODWARD,BRIAN and JULIE SANFORD,
LYNETTE and CARL GARNER;great-grandchildren,LOGAN GARNER,CHLOE 
POSPISIL and CORBIN POSPISIL. Memorials may be made to the American 
Cancer Society and may be left at Melton Funeral Home. Pallbearers 
were BILL JAKE LENOIR,DENNIS BELLAH,CHESTER CREAGER,BRANDON THOMPSON,
CARL GARNER LANNY PRICE,and TROY OLSON.

WOODWARD,WILLIAM E. b:00/00/1908 d:00/00/1928

WOODWARD,WILLIAM Y. b:01/29/1870 d:05/01/1916

WORLEY,JOEL DAVID b:05/16/1876 d:06/04/1950

WORLEY,LAURA A. b:08/06/1881 d:06/05/1935

WORTHAM,C.F. b:00/00/1876 d:00/00/1931

WRIGHT,ALBERT J. b:04/25/1860 d:12/11/1944

WRIGHT,BUFORD EARL b:03/24,1912 d:05/00/2005

WRIGHT,HOOD b:06/29/1887 d:08/25/1951

WRIGHT,J.L. b:10/23/1916 d:09/13/1917

WRIGHT,LILLIAN b:07/01/1888 d:08/08/1993

WRIGHT,MARGARET b:00/00/1918 d:08/08/1993

WRIGHT,MARY V.TUTTLE b:10/03/1896 d:03/16/1985

WRIGHT,SARA E. b:01/22/1856 d:02/28/1947

WRIGHT,THELMA b:02/17/1919 d:01/24/2002

WRIGHT,WILFRED C.DICK b:10/05/1911 d:12/24/1975

WRIGHT,WILLIAM A. b:04/01/1893 d:01/13/1977 VETERAN WWI

WRIGHT,WILLIAM TUTTLE b:12/21/1921 d:11/29/1942 LT.DIED IN 
LINE OF DUTY

WYLY,IMA JEWEL b:06/04/1927 d:03/17/1995
(obit)
WYLY, Ima Jewel
Ima Jewel Wyly,67,of Breckenridge,and a former Woodson resident,died 
Friday,March 17,1995,in Stephens Memorial Hospital in Breckenridge. 
Graveside services were held Tuesday,March 21,at 4p.m. in the Woodson 
Cemetery. Rev.Bill Dawson,pastor of the Church of God,will officiate 
and burial will follow under the direction of the 
McMillian-Satterwhite Funeral Home of Graham. The former IMA JEWEL 
YOUNG,she married KY EUGENE WYLY on October 7,1956 in Breckenridge. 
Following their marriage they lived in Breckenridge and Woodson.She 
was a housewife and a member of the Church of God. She was preceded in 
death by her husband on December 14,1994.Survivors include one 
brother-in-law,L.B.WYLY of Lubbock,Texas.

WYLY,KY EUGENE"POT" b:04/07/1931 d:12/14/1994
(obit)
WYLY, Ky Eugene
Ky Eugene Wyly of Breckenridge,died Wednesday,Dec.14,1994 in an 
Abilene hospital.Graveside services was at 11a.m.Tuesday,Dec.20,at the 
Woodson Cemetery in Woodson,Texas with McMillian-Satterwhite Funeral 
Home in Graham in charge of arrangements.He was born April 7,1931 in 
Lusk,Texas and was a longtime resident of Woodson. He married IMA 
JEWEL YOUNG on October 7,1956 in Breckenridge. He worked at a gasoline 
plant in Eliasville,Texas and drove a cab in Breckenridge for many 
years. Survivors include his wife,IMA JEWEL WYLY of Breckenridge;one 
brother,L.B.WYLY of Lubbock;and one half-sister,RITA ANGELL of Bristow,
Oklahoma.

WYLY,LEONARD B. b:06/29/1897 d:04/28/1973
(obit)
WYLY, L. B.
L.B.Wyly,75,Woodson farmer,died at 1:45a.m.Saturday in Stephens 
Memorial Hospital in Breckenridge where he had been a patient since 
Feb.22.Services were held Monday in the Woodson Methodist Church. The 
Rev.James Merrell,pastor,officiated. Burial was in Woodson Cemetery. 
He was born June 29,1897 in Hamilton County and married the former 
MARY ALLISON,June 10,1929 at Lusk.They lived most of their married 
life near Woodson,where they farmed. Survivors are his wife;two sons,
EUGENE of Lubbock and L.B.Jr.,of Baytown;a daughter,Mrs.Reta Angell;
six sisters,Mrs.JEWELL MYERS of Tecumseh,Oklahoma,Mrs.ETHEL THOMPSON 
of Winterhaven,California,Mrs.RUBY PHILLIPS of Reno,Nev.,Mrs.ZONA 
MORGAN and Mrs.PEARL RIDDLE,both of El Cajon,Calif.,and Mrs.BERTHA 
SMITH of Yuma,Ariz.;two brothers,ERNEST and BEN,both of San Diego,
Calif.;and two grandchildren. Pallbearers were OTIS HIBBITS,DON 
ALLISON,CHARLES ALLISON,JAY WALKER,SCOTT ROBINSON and L.B.BELLAH.

WYLY,MARY ELIZABETH"LIZZIE" b:03/15/1904 d:12/24/1991
(obit) 
WYLY, Mary Elizabeth
Mary Elizabeth Wyly,87,died Tuesday in a Lubbock hospital.Graveside 
services will be at 2p.m.Thursday at the Woodson Cemetery,with the Rev.
Douglas Tucker officiating,directed by McMillian-Satterwhite Funeral 
Home of Graham. Mrs.Wyly was born in Baylor County and had lived most 
of her life in Woodson. She was a homemaker,a Methodist and was the 
widow of LEONARD B.WYLY. Survivors include two sons,L.B.WYLY of 
Lubbock and KY EUGENE WYLY of Olney;a sister NINA BUTCHER of Tulsa,
Okla.;and two grandchildren. Memorial may be made to the American 
Kidney Foundation.


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ZAPATA,CANDERLARIO R. b:02/02/1894 d:09/06/1944

ZAPATA,SANTIAGA b:07/25/1893 d:12/29/1962

ZIMMERHANZEL,FRED b:07/24/1943 d:11/25/

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