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6 Aline Smith, 94, passed away Saturday, July 26, 2008 in Graham. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, July 29, 2008 at 10:00 a.m. in Faith Center Assembly of God with Pastor Ladd Johnston officiating. Burial will follow in Oak Grove Cemetery under the direction of Morrison Funeral Home.

Aline was born on May 15, 1914 in Young County, Texas to the late Harvie Lewis and Mattie Ann (Williamson) Shahan. She married W.O. Smith March 17, 1940 in Graham. Aline was a homemaker and a member of the Faith Center Assembly of God.

Survivors include: husband, W.O. Smith of Graham, son, W.K. Smith and wife, Vickye of Graham; grandchildren, Jason Smith and wife, Michelle, Amy Moore and husband, Gary, Karen Smith and husband Chuck Noles all of Graham; great grandchildren, Vanessa Montano and husband, Eric of Grand Prairie, Justin Smith and wife, Kim, Dustin Smith, Brittany Smith, Katie Noles, Rowdy Moore, Tommy Moore, Toby Moore, Ashley Moore, and Jennifer Moore all of Graham; great great grandchildren, Dominick, Zander, and Hunter.

She was preceded in death by daughters, Sherry Lynn and Carol June Smith, brothers, Elbert and Charlie B. Shahan, and sister, Leola Young.

Visitation will be held Monday from 5 to 7 p.m. at the funeral home. 
Shahan, Clara Aline (I11305)
 
7 ALLENDALE, Ill. - Joseph Edward "Joe" Casburn, 37, died Oct. 29, 2008, at his home.

He was a painter and member of Evangelical United Methodist Church.

Surviving are wife, Jenny; sons, Justin and Jagger Harms; and brother, Richard.

Visitation is 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday at Short Funeral Home in Mount Carme

Courier Press
October 31, 2008
 
Casburn, Joseph Edward (I11178)
 
8 Appear on the 1880 Cobb County, Georgia Census. Vol 6, ED 29, Sheet 29, Line 22, June 17, 1880. Powder Springs 946 G.M.

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Joseph Vaughn was a member of the Baptist church. Joseph Vaughan was a fine carpenter in Graham and the surrounding section. There are a number of homes he built in Graham that are still in active use today.

His funeral was held at the family home officiated by Rev. Taylor.

Survivors: wife; children - Mrs. Frank H. Bowron, J.C. Vaughan, J.T. Vaughan.

Pallbearers: Judge Stinson, Ben Johnson, Sam Copeland, Bob Williamson, Robert Gaston Hallam, Virgil Tidwell.
 
Vaughan, Joseph Lawson (I11122)
 
9 Appears on the Ripley, Lauderdale County, Tennessee Census in 1850 with
her husband and two children.

Appears on the Huntersville, Madison County, Tennessee Census in 1860 with her four children. Her husband was not listed. Enumerated on the farm of P. H. Cole
District 7, Page 110, Line 743/774.

Appears on the Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee Census in 1870 listed
with an A.W. Hall and two children John and Caroline.
1st filming Page 35, Line 227/246.

March 20, 1875
Whig and Tribune
Page 51

Mrs. ELIZABETH W. CASBURN died near Moscow, Tenn. March 10, aged about 50.
REPORTED DEATHS IN NINETEENTH CENTURY
JACKSON, TENNESSEE NEWSPAPERS
By Jonathan Kennon Thompson Smith
Copyright, Jonathan K. T. Smith, 1996
 
Cole, Elizabeth W (I11118)
 
10 Aurora Sergeant Commits Suicide

As Aurora soldier, Sgt. George C. Smith, died Monday in Germany of an apparently self inflicted gunshot wound, the U.S. Seventh Army announced.

Smith's address was given as 1791 Beeler St.

According to an Associated Press report, Sgt. Smith was found in the bathroom of his quarters, at Vaihingen, near Stuttgart. He died 15 minutes later. The reason for the act is undetermined.

The sergeant is survived by his wife and two daughters.

Denver Post May 1957 
Smith, George Casburn (I11204)
 
11 Betty Black Casburn passed away into God's glorious presence on Friday, Nov. 15, 2013, at the age of 95. Memorial service: 11 a.m. Friday, Nov. 22, at Christ Chapel Bible Church, 3701 Birchman, Fort Worth, where she was a member. Betty was born in Graham but lived most of her life in Arlington, Aledo and Fort Worth. As a dedicated wife, mother and grandmother, she lived a life of faith. She was devoted to prayer and anxiously awaited the day when she would see her Savior face to face. In her later years, she volunteered at Harris Southwest Hospital.

Betty was preceded in death by her husband, John Edward Casburn, and a grandson, Lucas Casburn.

Survivors: Betty Ann Hornick and husband, Chuck, of Aledo; Nannell Rogler and husband, Dr. Harold Rogler, of Vista, Calif.; Carolyn Simpson and husband, Ron, of Willow Park; John Casburn and wife, Carrol, of Fort Worth; Bruce Casburn and wife, Penny, of Aledo; 19 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.

Star-Telegram
November 17, 2013
 
Black, Gladys Elizabeth (I11193)
 
12 Bryan Honts, an attorney, died Tuesday, June 1, 1993, in Fort Worth. He was 59. Funeral will be at 10 a.m. today at Ridglea Christian Church. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Greenwood Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Mr. Honts was born in Dalhart and moved to Fort Worth in 1943. He was a 1952 graduate of Arlington Heights High School and a 1955 graduate of Southern Methodist University. Two years later he received his law degree from the University of Texas. At Arlington Heights he lettered in golf, football and basketball. At SMU he was on a golf scholarship, and his team won the National Intercollegiate Golf Championship in 1954.

Mr. Honts had a direct commission into the Judge Advocate General's Corps in 1958 and was stationed at Goodfellow Air Force Base in San Angelo. He was released from active duty in 1961 and became an associate with the law firm of Hardeman, Smith and Foy in San Angelo. During this time he was vice president of the Lions Club and secretary of the Tom Green County Bar Association. In 1964 he returned to Fort Worth and became legal counsel for the Fort Worth Savings and Loan Association, and he later formed a partnership with Jack Rattikin Jr. In 1982 Mr. Honts opened his own law firm. He became city attorney for River Oaks in 1989.

Mr. Honts was a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity, Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity, Texas Exes, the Downtown Lions Club, the American Bar Association, the Texas Bar Association and River Crest Country Club, and he was on the board of the Tarrant Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.

The family suggests that memorials be made to The Glass House Group of Alcoholics Anonymous, Fort Worth, Texas; Harris Hospice, Fort Worth, Texas; or a favorite charity. Survivors, all of Fort Worth: Wife, Nancy Bordeno Honts; son, Mark Honts; daughter, Elyn McCall; and sister, Mary Voyles.

Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Fort Worth, TX)
June 3, 1993
 
Honts, Ralph Bryan (I29463)
 
13 Carol Chapin West, 83, formerly of Montclair, died on Friday, Sept. 23, in Riverview Health and Rehabilitation Center, in Savannah, Ga.

Born in St. Louis, Mo., to John A. and Elva Ruth Chapin, Mrs. West was a lifelong homemaker and enjoyed reading and needlepoint.

She was a former member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Montclair, where she lived for more than 30 years.

She is survived by her children and their families: Ann West of Norman, Okla., Matthew West of Bloomfield, Ruth Gorrin (Neal, Margot, Dylan) of Emerald Hills, Calif., Colin West (Hartley, Munroe, Carter), and Sarah Batt (Chris, Colin, Holly, Carolyn); her sister Roberta Walmsley and her husband Arthur; and her niece and nephew Elizabeth and John Walmsley.

A memorial service will be held at a later date. For online condolences, visit www.foxandweeks.com.

Montclair Times, The (Montclair NJ)
Thursday, September 29, 2011 
Chapin, Carol (I55754)
 
14 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11955)
 
15 Casburn, J.C. retired
Graham Leader, November 1933

He was born May the 3rd in Tennessee died 26 November 1933 at home at the age of 79 years. He was the son of John M. Casburn from England. He was buried in the Oak Grove cemetery. John was one of the first building contractors of Graham and a musician. He owned Casburn Race Track and came to Graham with his brother Will Casburn.

He was preceded in death by a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Smith of Graham in 1927.
 
Casburn, John Clements (I11116)
 
16 CASBURN, Robert Edward, 33, b. 3 Jul 1935 in Corpus Christi, Texas; d. 20 Feb 1969 at home in Burkbutrnett; buried 24 Feb in Crestview Memorial Park, Wichita Falls, Texas; cause of death Congestive Heart Failure; Occupation - Optician; wife, Jean; parents: Robert E. Casburn & Lorena West; children: Katherine, Robert III & Richard; sisters: Mrs. Dewayne McClinton of Olney, Texas & Mrs. O. L. Gremmett of Bridge City, Texas. Info from Burkburnett Informer Star.

Obit for Robert Edward CASBURN - (Source: "Burkburnett Texas Obituaries 1925-1980" compiled by the members of the Burkburnett Genealogy Society. [their sources were: Owens & Brumley Funeral Home and the Burkburnett Informer Star, both of Burkburnett, Texas])page 82 
Casburn, Robert Edward Jr (I11875)
 
17 CASBURN, WALTER LEE, passed away October 14, 1970. Survived by his wife, Fay A. Casburn; sister, Mrs. Bernice Moss; 4 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. Services will be held Monday October 19, 2:30 p.m. Pierce Bros. Van Nuys Chapel.

Valley News
Van Nuys, California
October 18, 1970
 
Casburn, Walter Lee (I11127)
 
18 Charles Lee Gully, an Army Air Corps pilot during World War II, who later was in the construction machinery and insurance businesses, died June 14, 2000. He was 76.

Survivors include his wife, Marcia; a son, Charles Gully Jr.; a daughter, Nancy Gully; a stepson, James Linton Jr.; two stepdaughters, Melissa Laughton and Joni Linton.

Memorial services are pending in Dallas.

Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home, New Orleans

Corpus Christi Caller-Times (Corpus Christi TX)
Tuesday, June 20, 2000 
Gully, Charles Lee (I60856)
 
19 Daily Press (Newport News, VA) - March 4, 1995
Deceased Name: JAMES W. STERLING
POQUOSON - James W. "Bill" Sterling, 87, died Thursday, March 2, 1995.

He was a native of Naxera, Va., and a Poquoson resident for 40 years. He retired from Newport News Shipyard in 1970 and worked for Diggs Brothers Seafood, Poquoson, for 10 years. He was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church, Poquoson, and of its Men's Bible class. Also, he was a member of American Legion Post 273 and was a veteran of World War II, serving in the U.S. Army.

He was preceded in death by one stepdaughter, Rosa L. Watkins. Survivors include one son, Winfred J. Sterling of Grandbury, Texas; one stepson, William M. Rollins of Poquoson; one brother, Saint Elmo Sterling of Gloucester; three sisters, Etta Towers of Gloucester, Fannie C. Mitchell of Chesapeake and Doris S. West of Norfolk; nine grandchildren, 19 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.

A funeral service will be held at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 5, 1995, at Claytor Rollins Funeral Home. Officiating will be Reverends Roy P. White and Edward Barnett. Burial will be in Weston Cemetery. Visitation will be at the funeral home on Saturday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and at the home of A. C. Watkins, 5 Terrace Drive.

Memorial contributions may be made to Trinity United Methodist Church Building Fund or the Poquoson Rescue Squad.

Burial:
Weston Cemetery
Poquoson
Poquoson City
Virginia, USA
 
Sterling, James William (I11209)
 
20 Daughter and son-in-law, Leona and Lynn Oswalt of Quinlan; granddaughters, Casy Wilburn and husband, Mark, of Mesquite, Jody Arnold and husband, John, of Forney; grandson, Lynn Oswalt and wife, Christie of Livingston, TX; Great grandchildren: Britni Oswalt of Emory, Mark Wilburn, Jr. of Mesquite, Chelsea McGee of Forney, Bailey Oswalt of Emory, Rebecca Wilburn of Mesquite, Bethany Oswalt of Livingston, Jesse Oswalt of Livingston, John Arnold, Jr. of Forney, Mattie Sheffield of Livingston, Matthew Arnold of Forney, Colt Oswalt of Livingston; brother, Harvey Loux and his wife, Leona, of Idaho; sisters-in-law, Peggy Loux of Poetry and Frannie Loux of San Antonio as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Ethel was preceded in death by her parents, Enos and Ella Fell Loux, her husband of over 60 years, James Leon Smith and three brothers, Bob, Enos, and Richard Loux, and sister, June Perry. Loux, Ethel May (I11829)
 
21 Death: Letter from Katherine J. Delano Hervey to R. P. Hervey Apr 24. 1946:
Ella bore up under Elser's death just fine. Dad and Del and I went over Saturday afternoon. He was buried at 4 o'clock beside Uncle Willie. They had beautiful flowers and a host of friends. Lollie stood it fine also, her two
big boys were home. They are still in the army and will be for another year. Elser was paralyzed and had four brain hemorrhages. He died at the Veterans Hospital in Alexandria, Louisiana. Lollie was with him most of the time.
They draped his casket in the American flag and at the grave they gave the flag to Lollie. He had a nice funeral. 
Casburn, Elser Hershel (I11125)
 
22 Delores Jean Goodson, 83, went home to be with her Lord on April 23, 2013, while staying at the home of her son Johnny Goodson.

Delores Jean was born 12/13/1929, in Dalhart TX to Handley Howard and Nina Irene Smith Chesnut. She was the oldest of 3 girls and grew up in Graham, TX. She met her husband, Bryan Moody Goodson, while in high school and they were married on 08/16/1947. They were blessed with 3 sons and 1 daughter, during their time in Graham and in 1963, moved to Odessa, TX, when Moody began working for Getty Oil Company.

Jean was not only a housewife but she also worked for ECISD as a food service worker for 9 years and she helped take care of her nieces and nephews, as they grew up. She was loved by many and always loved to talk to anyone who would listen, along with being a faithful member of Chapel Hill Baptist Church, until her health did not allow her to attend. She loved all of her family members and will be missed by all.

Jean is preceded in death by her parents, spouse Moody Goodson, sons Stan and Keith Goodson and her sister Ruth. 
Chesnut, Dolores Jean (I11788)
 
23 Edna C. Honts, a homemaker, died Saturday, October 26, 1991, at a Fort Worth hospital. She was 86. Graveside service will be at 4 p.m. Tuesday in Greenwood Memorial Park. Greenwood Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Mrs. Honts was born in Graham and had lived in Fort Worth since 1944. She was a graduate of Texas Woman's University and had been a substitute teacher in the Fort Worth and Castleberry school districts. She was the widow of Judge John B. Honts.

Survivors: Son, Bryan Honts of Fort Worth; daughter, Mary Voyles of Fort Worth; sister, Betty Cowan of Denton; and four grandchildren.

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
October 28, 1991 
Bowron, Edna Carolyn (I29452)
 
24 Emma Jean Casburn, 77, of Burkburnett, died on Wednesday, May 8, 2013.

Graveside services will be conducted at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 11, 2013, at Charlie Cemetery with Dennis Ott officiating. A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, May 25, 2013, at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 1400 Archer City Highway, Wichita Falls, TX. Arrangements are under the direction of Owens & Brumley Funeral Home of Burkburnett.

A daughter of the late Evelyn Kirkwood Moyer and Otis Vaughn, Jean was born on November 20, 1935,in Waxsaw, Mississippi. She and Robert Edward Casburn, Jr. were married on July 24, 1954, in Petrolia, Texas. Jean worked for many years as a dietary manager in local long-term care centers. She was a member of Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses since 1964. She had a passion for her church and witnessing to others.

Jean was also preceded in death by her husband, Robert Casburn, Jr. and a daughter-in-law, Ojeda Casburn. She is survived by two sons, Robert Edward Casburn, III and his wife, Marcia, of Norman, OK and Richard Casburn and his wife, Lisa, of Iowa Park, TX; two daughters, Katherine Jean Trull of Harrison, AR and Melissa DeeLynn Smith of Burkburnett, TX; two sisters, Wanda Golson and Louise Riddle both of Burkburnett; 9 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends from 6:00 until 8:00 p.m. on Friday, May 10, 2013, at Owens & Brumley Funeral Home in Burkburnett.

For those desiring, memorial contributions may be sent to Hospice of Wichita Falls.
 
Vaughan, Emma Jean (I11887)
 
25 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I52069)
 
26 Evansville Courier & Press
obituaries from the Courier & Press for 11-17-2001

Betty Casburn

MOUNT CARMEL - Betty E. (Archer) Casburn, 74, died Thursday, Nov. 15, 2001, at Wabash General Hospital of cardiac arrest.

She was a member of Evangelical United Methodist Church.

Surviving are her husband of 57 years, Richard W. "Buck" Casburn; five sons, Thomas Lee of Findlay, Ohio, William E. and Richard Lee, both of Allendale, and Timothy Joe and Joseph Edward, both of Mount Carmel; seven grandchildren, April Fisher and Matthew, Jed, Brandon, Cory, Drew and Katelyn Casburn; and a great-granddaughter.

She was preceded in death by a son, Richard David Casburn.

Services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at Short Funeral Home, with burial in Highland Memorial Cemetery.

Friends may call from 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
 
Archer, Elizabeth Ellen (I11142)
 
27 Everyone that I have talked to that knew Grandmother Johnie Casburn said that she was a very head strong and feisty woman. Stella Terrell Casburn, her daughter-in-law said that Johnie was very jealous of a woman that John knew in Dallas before they married. While John was living in Dallas he met a woman named Caruth that he thought was very beautiful. One day Johnie and Stella were going through a trunk and found a picture of the woman. Johnie got so mad that she shredded the picture. Stella asked her why do you care if he has the woman's picture it's you that he loves and married? Johnie told her that she didn't need any other women in her house.

March 12, 2005 - Story told by Pollyanna Casburn Brown

John was doing a lot of work in the Newcastle area and wanted Johnie to come there and live while he was working. She didn't want to leave Graham. So, John got him a place to stay in town. Every time Johnie would get a letter from him, he was always raving about this woman in Newcastle that was the best cook and the things that she made for him to eat. Johnie got so upset that she and her daughter Alta hitched the horse to a buggy and set out for Newcastle. Newcastle was over 20 miles from their home in Graham. Along the way, Johnie stopped the buggy and got out and gathered some berries. She crushed up the berries and she and Alta painted their cheeks and lips red with the berry juice. As she rode into Newcastle, John saw them with the bright red lips and cheeks. She said if a painted woman is what you like, then you got two that have come to see you. After that Johnie decided to stay in Newcastle with John until he finished the work and came back to Graham. 
Randolph, Johnie Ella (I11094)
 
28 Fort Worth Star-Telegram (TX) - Monday, April 3, 1995

Deceased Name: Jewel M. Casburn

FORT WORTH - Jewel Morgan Casburn, 91, a retired dental hygienist, died Sunday at a Fort Worth hospital.
Funeral: 10 a.m. Tuesday at Thompson's Harveson & Cole Funeral Home.
Burial: Crowley Cemetery.
Visitation: 5 to 7 tonight at the funeral home.
Mrs. Casburn was born in Burleson and had lived in Fort Worth most of her life. She was a dental hygienist for 60 years before her retirement. Mrs. Casburn was a charter member of Travis Avenue Baptist Church. She was past president of Fort Worth Hygienists, Texas Dental Assistants Association, The Woman's Club and Business and Professional Women of South Fort Worth. She was a member of Metropolitan Knife and Fork Club. She was the widow of William M. Casburn. Memorials: The library at Travis Avenue Baptist Church. Survivors: Brother, Raymon G. Morgan of Fort Worth; and sister, Juanita Presson Naylor of Dallas. 
Morgan, Willie Jewel (I11877)
 
29 Funeral rites for Claud Casburn, 40, were conducted Wednesday afternoon, three o'clock, from the First Methodist Church with Rev Joe I Patterson, pastor, officiating. Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery with arrangements under the direction of Morrison Funeral Home. Mr Casburn died Christmas Day, Dec 25.

Justice of Peace J T Rickman, who returned an inquest verdict of suicide, said Casburn fired a shot from a .22 caliber pistol into his right temple as he watched his mother, Mrs Cordia Casburn, remove a turkey from the oven for the Christmas dinner. A sister, Mrs Nelle Goode also was in the kitchen.

Born Oct 20, 1909, Mr Casburn was a native of this city and was a graduate of the Graham High School. he trained at Norfolk, Va, and served as a carpenter's mate first class in the US Navy during World War II and was wounded in an engagement near Bougainville in 1943. He also served in Iceland and South America before being transferred to the South Pacific area. He was awarded the GCM and ETO ribbons with 3 battle stars. Casburn was discharged from the Navy in 1945 after three year's service. He had been troubled by the effects of the wound and was planning to reenter a veteran's hospital for additional treatment. Following his discharge from the Navy, Mr Casburn worked in Graham as an interior decorator.

Mr Casburn was a member of the First United Methodist Church.

Survivors include his mother, Mrs Cordia Casburn; four sisters, Mrs Nelle Goode, Graham; Mrs Patricia Linton, Fort Worth; Mrs Roy T Sims and Mrs Joe Reedy, both of Carmi, Illinois; two brothers, Bill Casburn, Graham; Richard Casburn, New Harmony, Indiana; 4 nieces, one great niece, and five nephews.

Military services at Oak Grove Cemetery were directed by members of Ligon-Daniel Post 34 American Legion, Graham. Pallbearers were James Akers, James Swaim, Bill Armstrong, Wilson Brooks, Jr, John McCune, and Burl Bourland.

The Graham Leader (Graham TX)
Thursday, December 28, 1950
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A suicide verdict was returned in the death of Claud Casburn 40, who shot himself with a .22 caliber pistol as his family sat down to Christmas dinner in Graham.

The Mexia Daily News
Mexia, Texas
December 25, 1950
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Graham Painter Shot To Death

Graham, Dec 26 - Claud Casburn, 42, Graham painter died of gunshot wounds at his home here about 1 pm Christmas Day.

A verdict of suicide was returned by Justice of Peace J T Rickman.

Abilene Reporter-News
Abilene, Texas
December 26, 1950
Page 24
 
Casburn, Claud Edward (I11098)
 
30 FUNERAL SERVICE HELD TODAY FOR ROBERT E. CASBURN

Funeral services for Robert E. Casburn, 55, were conducted at the home of his mother, Mrs. J.C. Casburn, this morning at 10 o'clock, with Rev. B. E. Kimbrow, Methodist circuit pastor, officiating. Interment was in Oak Grove Cemetery.

Mr. Casburn, member of a pioneer Young County family, died Sunday. He was born on June 8, 1882, and lacked just a month of being 56 years old.

Survivors include his wife, seven children; his mother, Mrs. J.C. Casburn; a sister, Mrs. Cleburne Reynolds of Granbury; and two brothers Bruce and Randolph Casburn of Graham.

Graham Daily Report
Monday, May 9, 1938
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Cleve Ellis and A.C. Bentley visited the Clear Fork fishing.
Mrs. Rob Casburn and children left for Oklahoma to visit relatives. Rob accompanied them as far as Ada, Oklahoma.
J.C. Casburn was sick.
Dr. Gant of Graham was in town.
Sherif Mal Wallace, County Attorney King were here from Graham.
Commissioner Reynolds attended Commissioners court.
W.T. Finch and Dug Stewart of Graham were in town.
Taylor Holland who has been with the Oklahoma National Guards since the last call returned to his home here Sunday. Taylor received an honorable discharge from Uncle Sam, but says twhen they get ready to cross the "tank" he is ready to join again.

Newcastle Register
May 24 1917
 
Casburn, Robert Edward Sr (I11107)
 
31 Funeral services for Earl Blankenship, 89, of Newcastle will be held Thursday (today) at 2 pm in Lunn Funeral Home Chapel with Rev Bob Eggers, pastor of the Metroplex Baptist Church, officiating. He died February 11, in a local hospital.

Blankenship was born October 14, 1896, in Sherman. He and Irene Maples Byrd were married August 2, 1941, in Handley. he was a retired farmer and had lived in Newcastle since 1910. He was a member of the Assembly of God Church.

Survivors include his wife; four daughters, Anita Rogers of Fort Worth, Joyce Sweeney, Janice Atchley, and Sandra Earlene Smith, all of Bedford; two sons, Raymond Blankenship of Spokane, Wash, and Herman Byrd of Fort Worth; one sister, Maud Morgan of Olney; thirteen grandchildren; and six great grandchildren.

Burial will be in the True Cemetery under direction of Lynn Funeral Home.
 
Blakenship, Earl (I60929)
 
32 GARRISON -- Ernest "Ernie" Hendricks, 68, died Sunday, March 24, 2002 in Nacogdoches. Services were held Monday, March 25, 2002, in the Garrison Funeral Home Chapel. Burial followed in Bethel Cemetery.

Mr. Hendricks was born April 14, 1933 in Merkel, TX. to the late Ernest Hendricks, Sr. and Madie Smith Hendricks. He married Wanda Faye Shipp November 5, 1982 in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

Mr. Hendricks was a self-employed building contractor and was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He graduated from Merkel High School.

Survivors include his wife, Wanda Hendricks, of Garrison; four daughters, Paula Charlotte Hendricks of Longview; Teresa Lynn Westmoreland and Rhonda Karen Sitton, both of Nacogdoches and Brenda Kay "Sue" Pate of Timpson, TX.; a brother, D.C. Hendricks of Merkel; 11 grandchildren; and one great-grandchild.

Mr. Hendricks was preceded in death by a granddaughter, Katy Westmoreland 
Hendricks, Ernest Herman Jr (I11953)
 
33 George V Mezzetti, passed away peacefully on October 29, 2014. He was born on October 31, 1925, in San Antonio, TX to George Mezzetti and Gina Beghe Mezzetti.

After moving to Austin he attended Stephen F. Austin high school and graduated in 1943. Upon graduation he attended Texas A&M University, in College Station, TX. He was called into service with the Navy during WWII. After military service he attended the University of Texas, School of Mines, in El Paso, TX. Finishing his degree with a Bachelor's degree in business at the University of Texas, in Austin, TX in 1951.

He started his career in the tile and terrazzo business in Houston, TX at Martini Tile and Terrazzo, as an estimator in 1956. After moving to Austin, TX in 1963, he opened a tile and terrazzo business, later merging with C.L. James and forming the company Acme Tile Company, retiring in 1988.

George was a sports enthusiast, avid hunter, golfer, and lover of dogs. Even though he did not graduate from Texas A&M University, he was a BIG Aggie at heart.

He is preceded in death by his mother and father, George and Gina Mezzetti and his niece Gina Mezzetti.

George is survived by his daughters, Carla Gregson and Martha Euwer and their mother Noami Ippolito. Grandchildren Laura Gregson Leka, Tyler Gregson, and their father, Scott Gregson. Jennifer Euwer, Kimberly Euwer, Paige Euwer, and their father Bryan Euwer. Brother Jack Mezzetti and wife Jody and their children Mark Mezzetti and wife Theresa Ann, Jack Mezzetti Jr, Bob Mezzetti and wife Leigh Ann, and Phil Mezzetti and wife Sally Brantley. Numerous cousins and his dear friend Jann Swearingen.

The family will receive friends from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m., followed by a rosary at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, November 3, 2014 at Weed-Corley-Fish Chapel.

A funeral mass will be held at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 at St. Mary's Cathedral, 203 E. 10th Street. Interment will follow at Assumption Cemetery.

Serving as Pallbearers will be Jack Mezzetti Jr, Bob Mezzetti, Phil Mezzetti, Bryan Euwer, and Scott Gregson. Honorary Pallbearers will be Tyler Gregson, Mark Mezzetti, Rudy Massari, Frank Macaluso, Vic Shackelford, Bobby Snowden, and Domingo Olivera.

The family gives special thanks to his friends at the Summit at Westlake Hills for their loving care of our father, with special gratitude to Donita, Carmen, and Allewia and Heart to Heart Hospice.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Texas A&M University and Meals on Wheels.

Add your thoughts, prayers or a condolence 
Mezzetti, George Virgil Jr (I38171)
 
34 GRAHAM - Avery Udell Crow, retired owner of a western-wear store, died Saturday at a Graham nursing home. He was 90.

Graveside service will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Dalton Cemetery in Dalton, Neb. McMillan-Satterwhite Funeral Home in Graham is in charge of arrangements.

Mr. Crow was born in rural Young County in 1903 and lived for many years in Dalton. He moved to Graham in 1990. He was preceded in death by his wife, Alma Smith Crow.

Survivors: Several nieces and nephews.

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
May 31, 1993
Page: 27
 
Crow, Avery Udell (I11783)
 
35 GRAHAM - Nina Irene Smith Chestnut, 85, a homemaker, died Sunday at home.
Funeral: 2 p.m. Tuesday at Morrison Funeral Home. Burial: Pioneer Cemetery in Graham.
Memorials: Hospice of Graham, PO Box 367, Graham.
Nina Irene Smith Chestnut was born Dec. 23, 1910, in Newcastle. She was a member of Memorial Christian Church of Graham.
Survivors: Daughters, Jean Goodson of Odessa, Ruth Fitzgerald of Buffalo, Wyo., and Sue Hendricks of Longview; brothers, Howell Albert Smith of Amarillo, Willard Oscar Smith of Graham, and James Leon Smith of Valley View; nine grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and five great-great-grandchildren.

Fort Worth Star Telegram
August 5, 1996
Page: 4;5 
Smith, Nina Irene (I11201)
 
36 GRAHAM -- Norma Jean Reedy, 81, a retired medical aide, died Sunday, Nov. 3, 2002, at home in Graham. Funeral: 11 a.m. Tuesday at Morrison Funeral Home Chapel. Burial: Oak Grove Cemetery. Norma Jean Reedy moved to Carmi, Ill., in 1950 and returned to Graham in 1979. She was a member of Memorial Christian Church, Order of the Eastern Star, VFW Ladies Auxiliary, Woman’s Club and the American Legion Auxiliary. Survivors: Brother, R.W. Casburn of Mt. Carmel, Ill.; two grandsons and four great-grandchildren. Casburn, Norma Jean (I11105)
 
37 GRAHAM -- Renee' Reedy Brown, 62, a retired secretary for a medical doctor, died Sunday, Oct. 27, 2002, at Graham Oaks Care Center. Funeral: Tuesday 2 p.m. in the Morrison Funeral Home Chapel. Burial: Oak Grove Cemetery in Graham. She lived several years in Carmi, Ill. She was a member of the Memorial Christian Church. Survivors: Mother, Jean Reedy of Graham; sons, Anthony Jay Brown and wife Carmen, Stephen Andrew Brown and wife, Wanda, all of Tupelo, Miss.; grandchildren, Nickolas Sean, Jacob Nathaniel, Tyler Andrew, and Olivia Leigh Brown, all of Tupelo, Miss. Reedy, Cordelia Renee (I11136)
 
38 GRAHAM -- Stella T. Casburn, 90, a homemaker, died Friday at a Graham care center.

Funeral: 2 p.m. Monday at Morrison Funeral Home. Burial: Oak Grove Cemetery in Graham.

Stella Casburn was born Feb. 1, 1906, in Jean.

Morrison Funeral Home
Graham, (817) 549-2121
 
Terrell, Stella Aleene (I11113)
 
39 Graham Leader

Richard W. Casburn

Sunday, April 13, 2003 -

Richard W. "Buck" Casburn, 78, of Mt. Carmel died Wednesday, April 9, 2003, at Deaconess Hospital in Evansville, Ind. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 12, at Short Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will follow at Highland Memorial Cemetery.

Mr. Casburn was born July 11, 1924, in Graham to Robert F. and Cordie (Ratliff) Casburn. He was a U.S. Navy veteran who served during World War II on the USS New York. He married Betty Archer Sept. 25, 1944, in Morganfield, Ky. She preceded him in death Nov. 15, 2001. He was a member of American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Elks, all of Mt. Carmel, and a lifetime member of Masonic Lodge #204 of Flora, Ill. He was a member of Evangelical United Methodist Church of Mt. Carmel. He worked in the oil industry for more than 50 years, most recently as general manager for T.W. George Trust.

He was preceded in death by his parents; a son and daughter-in-law, Richard David and Paulette Lucille (Kieffer) Casburn; two brothers, Claud Casburn and Bill Casburn; five sisters, Nelle Goode, Jean Reedy, Louise Sims, Pat Linton and an infant sister, Johnie.

Survivors include five sons, Thomas Lee Casburn and wife Pam of Findley, Ohio, William E. Casburn and wife Laveta of Allendale, Ill., Timothy Joe Casburn of Mt. Carmel, and Richard Lee Casburn and wife Sara and Joseph Edward Casburn and wife Jenny, all of Allendale; seven grandchildren, April Fisher, Matthew Casburn, Jed Casburn, Brandon Casburn, Cory Casburn, Drew Casburn and Katelyn Casburn; and a great-grandchild, Kaleigh Fisher.

Obituaries from the Courier & Press for 04-11-2003
April 11, 2003

Richard W. Casburn

MOUNT CARMEL - Richard W. "Buck" Casburn, 78, died April 9, 2003, at Deaconess Hospital in Evansville.

He was born July 11, 1924, in Graham, Texas, the son of Robert E. and Cordie (Ratliff) Casburn.

Mr. Casburn was a U.S. Navy Veteran, serving during World War II in the Atlantic and Pacific on the battleship, USS New York. He was a member of the American Legion, Elks and life member of the VFW, all in Mount Carmel and a life member of the Masonic Lodge 204 of Flora. He was a member of the Evangelical United Methodist Church in Mount Carmel.

He had worked and served in the petroleum industry some 50 years. He was a production superintendent with Indiana Farm Bureau Co-op for 23 years, and six years for the Gallagher Drilling Co. He retired in 1989 as general manager with T.W. George Oil Trust. Mr. Casburn was active with the Illinois Oil & Gas Association, where he had served on the executive board and the board of directors, he was also a member of Tri-State Oil Producers Association.

He married Betty Archer, September 25, 1944, in Morganfield, Ky. She preceded him in death on November 15, 2001.

Surviving are five sons, Thomas Lee (Pam) Casburn, Findlay, Ohio, William E. (Laveta) Casburn, Allendale, Timothy Joe Casburn, Mount Carmel, and Richard Lee (Sara) Casburn and Joseph Edward (Jenny) Casburn, all of Allendale; seven grandchildren, April Fisher and Matthew, Jed, Brandon, Cory, Drew and Katelyn Casburn; and a great-grandchild, Kaleigh Fisher.

Preceding him in death were his parents; wife of 57 years, Betty; son and daughter-in-law, Richard David and Paulette Lucille (Kieffer) Casburn; two brothers, Claud and Bill; five sisters, Nelle Goode, Jean Reedy, Louise Sims, Pat Linton and an infant sister, Johnie.

Services will be 10 a.m. Saturday, April 12, 2003, in the chapel of Short Funeral Home, with burial in Highland Memorial Cemetery. Friends may call today evening from 5 to 8 p.m. at the funeral 
Casburn, Richard Wendell (I11106)
 
40 GRANBURY - Eddie Davis, a transformer technician, died Sunday at a Hood County hospital. He was 58. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Martin's Funeral Home in Granbury. Burial will be at Holy Hills Memorial Park in Granbury.
Mr. Davis was born in Hood County, where he was a lifelong resident.
Survivors: Wife, Ruth Davis of Granbury; daughter, Joy Davis of Granbury; mother, Ruby Eaton Davis of Granbury; two sisters, Nadine Green of Lipan and Beth Bortz of Granbury; three brothers, Benny Davis of Round O, S.C., Glen Davis of Granbury and Garland Davis of Tyler; and one grandchild.

Fort Worth Star Telegram
September 8, 1992
Page 19
 
Davis, Edward Leon (I60928)
 
41 Graveside services for LaQueta Marie "MOM" Casburn, 85, Quitman, were held September 1, 2015 in Roselawn Memorial Gardens, Mineola. Mrs. Casburn passed away August 30, 2015 in Quitman. She was born June 16, 1930 in Comanche, OK to Jesse Floyd and Bertha Irene Perkins Peyton. She was a homemaker, a member of the First Baptist Church, Quitman and a member of the Mineola Ladies Golf Association. She is preceded by her husband, William J. Casburn in 2008.

Survivors include sons, Terry Casburn and Sue, Yantis and Chris Casburn and Joanna, Quitman; daughter, Debra Bayless, Quitman; sister Floy Dene Piland, Everman; 13 grandchildren, 34 great grandchildren, 6 great great grandchildren and several nieces, nephews and extended family.

Wood County Democrat (TX)
Wednesday, September 2, 2015 
Peyton, LaQueta Marie (I22964)
 
42 Graveside services for Mrs. James Bowron, 53, of Lubbock, were officiated by Rev. J.E.Montgomery of Longview, former pastor of the First Christian Church in Graham, Texas.

Miss Powell Key married James Bowron in July of 1936 at Graham, Texas. The couple lived in Graham until they moved to Lubbock, Texas in 1948. He preceded her in death.

Survived by two daughters - Mrs. Housen Karami and Janie Bowron; one brother - Harold Key; one sister - Mrs. Rochelle Cannon.

Contributed by Dorman Holub
 
Key, Powell (I11235)
 
43 Harrold Woman Dies in Crash

The recent bride of Virgil J Showers, son of Mr and Mrs W J Showers of Harrold, was killed Monday near Wichita Falls on the Iowa Park road when the motorcycle on which she and her husband were riding struck the rear of an automobile driven by an Iowa Park woman.

Mrs Shows died a few minutes after being taken to a Wichita Falls hospital. Her skull was crushed when she was thrown off the vehicle. Mr Showers was seriously injured and remained in the hospital for treatment.

Mrs Showers was the daughter of J J Lisle of Wichita Falls. She made her home in Graham prior to her marriage a week ago and funeral services probably will be held in that city. Other survivors include the mother and three sisters, Loise of Wichita Falls; Juanita of Sweetwater; and Mrs Margaret James of Wichita Falls.

The Vernon Daily Record (Vernon TX)
Tuesday, April 24, 1945
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Services for Betty Jean Showers, 18, were officiated by Roy Howell, minister of the Bryson Church of Christ.

Betty Showers died in a motorcycle accident with her husband when an automobile did not see the couple two miles west of Wichita Falls on the Iowa Park Road. The couple had just visited Mr and Mrs R L Hudson, near the Sand Beach swimming pool and were returning to Wichita Falls.

Survived by her husband, her father, her mother; three sisters.
 
Lisle, Betty Jean (I60908)
 
44 Herman Reeder
Published: Tuesday, October 27, 1998
Graveside memorial services for Herman H. "Skeeter" Reeder, 80, of Lubbock will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Resthaven Memorial Park with Sonny Welch officiating.
Services are under direction of Resthaven Funeral Home.
Reeder died Saturday, Oct. 24, 1998, in University Medical Center.
He was born May 6, 1918, in Fort Smith, Ark. He graduated from Fort Smith High School. He was a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers veteran of World War II. He was a prisoner of war. He married Nellie Cockrell on Dec. 19, 1975. He was a retired explosives engineer. He was a member of LUNA, and he was a host at the Ranching Heritage Center. He was a "cowboy" teacher's aid with the Lubbock Independent School District. He was a life member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2012 of Abilene.
Survivors include his wife; three daughters, Linda Hammer, Becky Knutson and Pam Long, all of Oklahoma; two sons, Joe and Greg, both of Oklahoma; two stepchildren, David McElwee of Lubbock and Catherine Cordova of San Angelo; a foster daughter, Vicki Goheen of Pampa; three sisters, Mertha Dragulski and Thelma Harrington, both of Fort Smith and Theo Self of Waldron, Ark.; 14 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
The family suggests memorials to the Ranching Heritage Center, American Cancer Society of the American Heart Association.
The body will be at the funeral home today.
 
Reeder, Herman Hershal (I11161)
 
45 Holly Katherine Linton, 47, was carried by angels to the arms of Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, on Wednesday night, January 13, 2010. She passed away in Katy after a brief battle with ovarian cancer.

Service: Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10am Monday at St. Andrew Catholic Church, 3717 Stadium Drive, in Fort Worth. Interment: Mount Olivet Cemetery.

Holly was born July 6, 1962, in Fort Worth to parents, Richard and Marcia Klodzinski Linton. Holly was a 1980 graduate of Westbury High School in Houston. During her senior year at Westbury High, she was voted "Most Congenial." Holly attended Incarnate Word College in San Antonio, and served in the U.S. Army where she earned the Sharpshooter's Badge in basic training. In August 2008, Holly earned her B.S. degree in accounting from Excelsior College. At the time of her death, Holly was just a few courses shy of qualifying for the CPA examination.

In past years, Holly loved to work with paintings and drawings and ceramics, such as a cherished family creche. She was an ardent fan of old school rock-n-roll music, and she enjoyed baking pastries. Holly enjoyed her independence.

Since June 2001, Holly had worked at Cappellen & Associates, a Houston accounting firm specializing in comprehensive restaurant financial reporting, where everyone is treated like family. Her last day at work was Friday, Jan. 8, 2010. In Holly's last days at St. Catherine Hospital, hospice section, in Katy, Guy and Veronique Cappellen came to visit Holly, as did Rene Vega, CPA, the firm's team manager. Holly was a hard-working and loyal member of the Cappellen team. Only a few hours before Holly's death, Rene led a large contingent of the office team in a prayer at Holly's bedside. Holly's family greatly appreciates the compassionate friendship shown Holly by the Cappellens and Holly's team friends and co-workers.

Barely an hour before the angels carried Holly home to the Lord, niece, Caitlin, 12 years, knelt adoringly by Holly's bedside and said a prayer for her and rested a handwritten note of love over Holly's heart. A short time later, Holly took her last breath as her dedicated sisters, Karen and Jennifer, held a bedside vigil. The angels had come and taken our Holly.

Survivors: Her parents, Richard and Marcia; brother, Crespin M. Linton and wife, Lynell, of Pearland; sisters, Karen Linton Temborius and husband, Joseph, of Austin and Jennifer Linton and husband, John Reinbolt, of Canton, Ga.; nephews and nieces, Caitlin and Crespin Linton II, Jessica and Samuel Temborius, and Ryan, Riley and Rachel Reinbolt.

Houston Chronicle 
Linton, Holly Katherine (I11168)
 
46 Howell A. Smith, 87, of Amarillo, died Monday, Feb. 19, 2001.

No services are planned. Cremation and arrangements were by N.S. Griggs & Sons Funeral Directors, 2615 Paramount Blvd.

Mr. Smith was born in Newcastle and raised in Graham. He moved to Amarillo from Fort Worth in 1940. He worked for Amarillo Linen Co. for many years.

He married Helen Iles in 1940 at Graham. She died in 1986.

Survivors include a daughter, Glenda Brice of Amarillo; a son, Billy Smith of Amarillo; two brothers, Willard Smith of Graham and J.L. Smith of Grand Prairie; eight grandchildren and 12 great-greatgrandchildren.

Amarillo Daily News
Feb. 20, 2001
 
Smith, Howell Albert (I11202)
 
47 J C Vaughan Jr ...oil man

Services were conducted Nov 22 from the chapel of Wright and Ferguson for J C Vaughan Jr, of 3726 Montrose Cir. The Rev Clay Lee of Galloway Memorial United Methodist Church officiated. Vaughan, 67, died the night of Nov 19 in St Dominic's Hospital after an extended illness.

Vaughan was an independent oil producer.

His survivors include his wife, nee Nonie Neal of Clinton; one daughter, Mrs Caroline Vaughan Goodman of Jackson; one grandson; and three sisters, Mrs H F Voss, Mrs W L Turner and Miss Carolyn Vaughan, all of Austin, Tex.

Pallbearers were Ed Graham, Don Hugus, Dr Lamar Puryers, Curtis Reese, Grover Stanford, J B Halstead, Homer Lynn, and Jim Hattox.

Burial was in the Greenwood Cemetery.

The Northside Sun (Jackson Ms)
Thursday, November 25, 1976
Page 19
 
Vaughan, John Clements Jr (I37583)
 
48 Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee Registers Office, Deed Books 11 & 12 1846-1849. #6 Title, 255-56, 243-

J.D. McClelland
Deed of T. Lot

I, James McClelland, sold lot for $700 lying in Town of Jackson. Beginning at the SE corner of a lot once owned by George W. Kent on Main Street, running E 24 feet to Henry G. Connelly's lot, thence N 91 feet to Alley, thence W 24 feet, thence S 91 feet to beginning.

Appears on the 1850 records for Lauderdale County, Tennessee being appointed as the constable.

Possibly died from cholera epidemic that was in Shelby County, Tennessee
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Cosburn, John
Age: 21 Gender: M
Occupation: Watchmaker
Port of Departure: Liverpool
Country of Origin: Great Britain
Country of Destination: United States of America
Ship Name: Ship Augusta
Port of Arrival: New York Date of Arrival: Aug 25, 1836
Microfilm Serial Number: M237
Microfilm Roll Number: 31 List Number: 769 
Casburn, John M (I11117)
 
49 James W. Linton, 73, passed away Saturday, Dec. 12, 2009.

Funeral: 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Laurence Episcopal Church, 519 N. Kimball Ave., Southlake, the Very Rev. William A. Crary officiating. A reception will follow.

Memorials: Should friends desire, memorials may be given to the Alzheimer's Association of Fort Worth, 101 Summit Ave., Suite 300, Fort Worth, Texas 76102.

Dr. Jim Linton, D.O., was born in Fort Worth on Jan. 11, 1936, and attended Carter Riverside High School and Texas Christian University before he graduated from medical school with honors in Kansas City, Mo., in 1964. After interning at Stephens Park Hospital in Dallas he opened his private practice in Hurst, in the summer of 1965. During his 42 years of practicing medicine he received numerous professional awards including twice receiving the Family Practitioner of the Year for the state of Texas. For several years he was the chief of staff at Hurst General Hospital and at Northeast Community Hospital. His most enjoyable work was treating young children and watching as they grew into healthy adults. He also enjoyed visiting his elderly patients in nursing homes throughout the Mid-Cities area. When he first began practicing medicine, he made house calls and gave out his home phone number, both hallmarks of another age of medicine.

He loved the outdoors and was an avid bird watcher, hunter, fisherman, traveler and naturist, but his favorite leisure activities were walking and spending happy times with family and friends. His patients, family and friends will all miss him deeply.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Richard and Patricia Linton.

Survivors: Brother, Richard Linton of Houston; sons, James W. Linton and wife Liane, of Austin and David P. Linton and wife, Kristan, of Marshall; daughters, Melissa K. Linton of Georgetown and Joni R. Linton of Dallas; granddaughters, Adrienne Linton of Austin and Gabriella and Madeline Linton of Marshall; and grandsons, Travis Linton of Austin and Justin and Jordan Laughlin of Denton.

Star-Telegram (Fort Worth TX)
December 15, 2009 
Linton, James William Sr (I11134)
 
50 Jane Greulich Hunter (née Gamey), 86, of Montclair, died of cancer on Wednesday, April 11.

The funeral service will be held on Saturday, April 21, at 2 p.m. in St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 73 South Fullerton Ave., Montclair.

Born and raised in Toronto, Mrs. Hunter graduated from Toronto General Hospital with a nursing degree and immigrated to the United States. She worked as an R.N. at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, where she met her first husband, Max Greulich, whom she married in 1951.

After moving to Montclair in 1963 with her family, Mrs. Hunter worked at Montclair Community Hospital and Mountainside Hospital. Upon retiring, she continued to serve her community as a volunteer nurse at Red Cross Blood Drives, and delivering for Meals on Wheels. She was a parishioner at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Montclair for more than 50 years, where she sang in the choir and volunteered for Toni's Kitchen and The Second Time Around Shop.

Mrs. Hunter cared for rescue dogs over the years, and continued to walk her dog, Macy, until it was no longer physically possible. She also attended aerobic and fitness classes in the Montclair YMCA. Following the death of her first husband, she married Charles Hunter in 1983, and the couple enjoyed many trips exploring regions of Europe and the United Kingdom.

Mrs. Hunter was predeceased in 1979 by her first husband, Max Arthur Greulich; and her son, Douglas Arthur Greulich, in 1980. She is survived by her second husband, Charles Hunter; her children, Pamela Laura, Thomas Greulich and his wife Tracy, Elisabeth and her husband Robert Benthien, and David Greulich and his wife Lauren of West Orange; and eight grandchildren, Thomas, Jennifer, Douglas, Emily, Justin, Addison, Alexandra, and Kyle.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in her memory to St. Luke's Episcopal Church. For online condolences, visit www.oboylefuneralhome.com .
The Montclair Times
April 19, 2012
 
Gamey, Elizabeth Jane (I55755)
 

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