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1 1900 Census:
Lists home as in Prairie Hill and Mount Antioch, Limestone, Texas.
Lists father from Virginia and mother from Tennessee.
Lists her as able to read and write. 
Walker, Maggie (I171)
 
2 1900 Census:
Lists home as in Prairie Hill and Mount Antioch, Limestone, Texas.
Lists occupation as farmer.
Lists mother and father from Tennessee.
Lists him as being able to read and write English.
Lists him as renting a farm house. 
Brothers, Jesse Thomas (I170)
 
3 1930 Census:
States that home is in Seymour, Baylor, Texas. Describes occupation as laborer, odd jobs. 
Brothers, Marvin (I88)
 
4 ACCIDENTAL DEATH

BRYAN, March 29, (U.P.) - Verdict of accidental death was returned by Justice A.J. Buchanan today in the death of George Greer, 55, Millican farmer who was struck last night by an automobile in which G.G. Koch and Tom Davis, Houston, were riding. They said the accident was unavoidable.

(Published in The Mexia Weekly Herald on April 5, 1935) 
Greer, George Washington (I2967)
 
5 Achievements:

Registered Nurse, Louisiana. Certified psychiatric and mental health nurse, American Nurses Credentialing Center.

 
Tanner, Effie Mae (I994)
 
6 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Garcia, S.L.V. (I5150)
 
7 Career:

Staff nurse Southern Baptist Hospital, New Orleans, 1941-1942. Charge nurse St. Ann's Infantry, Lafayette, Louisiana, 1947-1957. Staff nurse operating room Lafayette (Louisiana) Charity Hospital, 1957-1980, retired, 1998.

Part-time relief nurse Our Lady of Lourdes, Lafayette, 1966-1974. Part-time home healthcare nurse Upjohn Health Care, Lafayette, 1980-1982. Part-time staff nurse Cypress Hospital, Lafayette, 1980-1997.

 
Tanner, Effie Mae (I994)
 
8 Conroe man dies in Walker County single-vehicle crash

A Conroe man died Monday in a single-vehicle accident in Walker County.

According to the Huntsville Item, Christopher Barrow died after being ejected from his Lexus sports utility vehicle on FM 1791 one mile east of FM 3179 around 7:30 a.m.
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He was not wearing a seatbelt, the newspaper reported, when he left the roadway and overcorrected. He then rolled several times and hit a tree.

An unnamed passenger was taken to a Conroe hospital and then flown to a Houston hospital in critical condition.

Troopers with the Department of Public Safety weren't able to be reached by press time for further information.

(Published at http://www.yourhoustonnews.com/courier/news/conroe-man-dies-in-walker-county-single-vehicle-crash/article_2a600a7b-21ec-5277-8c66-4f8325124ae7.html )
 
Barrow, Christopher Parrish (I4318)
 
9 Coroner: No signs of foul play in death of man found near Logansport HS:

DESOTO PARISH, LA (KSLA) -

An initial autopsy has found no signs of foul play in the death of a man found lying in a ditch Saturday morning outside Logansport High School.

The body of 25-year-old Dustin Cole Hardy of Logansport was spotted by a passing driver along Highway 5 around 8 a.m.

Chief Detective Lt. Robert Davidson with the DeSoto Parish Sheriff's Office says preliminary autopsy results showed no signs of foul play. Still, investigators are still awaiting final results and toxicology testing to be completed.

Other than some minor abrasions to the chin and knee, Davidson says there were no obvious signs of trauma to Hardy's body.

Davidson says they're now interviewing people who were with Hardy Friday night at a private party at the Logansport American Legion Hall to try to determine what may have happened.

"We've got lots of people to talk to and lots of things to do to make a determination on this and an autopsy report would be very important," says Lt. Robert Davidson.

Investigators will also be checking surveillance footage from the high school to see if that could shed some light on what happened to Hardy.  
Hardy, Dustin Cole (I1282)
 
10 Crawford 50th Wedding Anniversary

Carl and Margaret Crawford of Amarillo celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception Saturday, June 5, at First Baptist Church in Tucumcari, N.M.

Hosts for the event were the children of the couple and their spouses, along with the grandchildren of the couple.

Crawford married the former Margaret Moon on June 10, 1954, at First Baptist Church in Tucumcari. The couple previously resided in Tucumcari and McAlister, N.M. They have lived in Amarillo for 25 years.

Crawford is retired from farming. Mrs. Crawford is retired from Amarillo Street Center. The couple belong to First Baptist Church in Tucumcari.

Children of the couple and their spouses are Jerry and Cindy Crawford of Acworth, Ga., Debbie and Phil Gillespie of Levelland and Brenda and Kyle Davidson of Arlington.

The couple have six grandchildren: Jon and Kayla Stevens, Chris and Robert Davidson and Catherine and Joshia Crawford.

(Published in the Amarillo Globe-News on June 6, 2004) 
Crawford, Carl Lester (I1559)
 
11 Crawford 50th Wedding Anniversary

Carl and Margaret Crawford of Amarillo celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception Saturday, June 5, at First Baptist Church in Tucumcari, N.M.

Hosts for the event were the children of the couple and their spouses, along with the grandchildren of the couple.

Crawford married the former Margaret Moon on June 10, 1954, at First Baptist Church in Tucumcari. The couple previously resided in Tucumcari and McAlister, N.M. They have lived in Amarillo for 25 years.

Crawford is retired from farming. Mrs. Crawford is retired from Amarillo Street Center. The couple belong to First Baptist Church in Tucumcari.

Children of the couple and their spouses are Jerry and Cindy Crawford of Acworth, Ga., Debbie and Phil Gillespie of Levelland and Brenda and Kyle Davidson of Arlington.

The couple have six grandchildren: Jon and Kayla Stevens, Chris and Robert Davidson and Catherine and Joshia Crawford.

(Published in the Amarillo Globe-News on June 6, 2004) 
Moon, Margaret Ann (I1674)
 
12 Death Notice:

Allen A. Poorman, 41, of 1604 Hay Ave., died at 12:10 a.m. today in the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base Hospital, Dayton, following an extended illness.

Funeral arrangements, in charge of Fischer Funeral Home, Warsaw, are incomplete.

(Published in The Coshocton Tribune of Coshocton, Ohio on October 7, 1974)

 
Poorman, Allen Archie (I5946)
 
13 Death Notice:

Bill Hall, 85, of Bryan, passed away on August 23 in his home. Graveside services are planned for 1pm on Friday, August 29th. Arrangements are under the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home & Crematory in Bryan. 
Hall, William Thomas (I5947)
 
14 Death Notice:

Billie Jo (Fanette) Dixon, 71, of Navasota, passed away Saturday, July 23, 2011 at her residence. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, at Nobles Funeral Chapel in Navasota. Services are set for 10 a.m. Wednesday, at the funeral home.

(Published in The Bryan-College Station Eagle on July 26, 2011)

 
Fannette, Billie Jo (I5998)
 
15 Death Notice:

Bobby Garth Jones, 71, of Groves died Oct. 10, 2007, Levingston Funeral Home, Groves.

(Published in the The Beaumont Enterprise on October 11, 2007) 
Jones, Bobby Garth (I3812)
 
16 Death Notice:

Body of Woman Found Today At Residence

The body of Mrs. Eurella Marks Daigle, 48, was found today at her residence at 343 Gradnigo Island Road, just inside the city limits, it was reported by the Opelousas Police Department.

Death appeared to have resulted from natural causes, according to reports from the office of Chief of Police Earl Guidroz, but St. Landry Parish Coroner Dr. A.E. Williams was to perform an autopsy today.

Ptn. P.G. Stansbury and Ptn. Robert Lee Smith reported that the woman was found dead shortly after 8 a.m. today by her husband, Harry Daigle.

The body was taken to the First National Funeral Home here.

No further details were available by noon today.

(Published in The Opelousas Daily World on May 3, 1972) 
Marks, Eurella Marie (I544)
 
17 Death Notice:

Byron Holligan, 90, of Bryan, passed away Thursday, September 22, 2016. Life Celebration Services have been entrusted to Hillier Funeral, Cremation and Bereavement Specialists of Bryan.

(Published in the Bryan/College Station Eagle on September 23, 2016)

 
Holligan, Byron Hugh (I4561)
 
18 Death Notice:

Cern, Melvin A. 95, St Louis. Visitation Wed, 8/3/16 9:30 -10:30 am Little Sisters of the Poor, Mass at 10:30 a.m. Interment Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery

 
Crnkovic Cern, Melvin Adolph (I2610)
 
19 Death Notice:

Daisy Greer, 84, of Bryan, passed away Sunday July 29, 2018. Funeral services are set for 10am Friday, August 3, 2018, at Callaway-Jones Funeral Center in Bryan. Interment will follow at Wheat Cemetery in Millican, Texas. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers of Bryan College Station, Texas.

(Published by Callaway-Jones Funeral Home of Bryan, TX) 
Wade, Daisy Pearl (I5524)
 
20 Death Notice:

DE LEON -- Pauline Blair Crow, 91, died Thursday, Nov. 13, 2008. Service 2 p.m. Sunday at the Nowlin Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Geoff Litke officiating. Burial in De Leon Cemetery.

 
Blair, Connie Pauline (I35)
 
21 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Richard, M.M. (I6512)
 
22 Death Notice:

Dr. J.T. Houston, the eldest brother of Prof. G.O. Houston of this place, died at his home at Sarepta, La. on Thursday last, December 12. The deceased was 45 years of age, and leaves a family of six children. The doctor was well known in De Soto parish, having practiced his profession at Logansport for a number of years. On account of failing health, he moved back to his old home in Webster parish. The direct cause of his death was influenza. Peace to his ashes.

(Published in The Mansfield Enterprise on December 19, 1918) 
Houston, Dr. John Thomas M.D. (I1533)
 
23 Death Notice:

DRGAC, Alvin Johnnie, 76, of Caldwell died Thursday. Services 1 p.m. today, New Tabor Cemetery. (Phillips & Luckey, Caldwell).

(Published in the Austin American-Statesman on Saturday, August 28, 1993)

 
Drgac, Alvin Johnnie (I1366)
 
24 Death Notice:

DRGAC, FANNIE A., 89, of Caldwell died Monday. Services 10 a.m. today, Caldwell Brethren Church, Caldwell. Burial New Tabor Cemetery, Caldwell. Arrangements by Strickland, Caldwell.

(Published in the Austin American-Statesman on Wednesday, February 4, 1998)

 
Luksa, Frances Annie (I2029)
 
25 Death Notice:

DRGAC, Frank F., 78, of Cooks Point died Wednesday. Services 10 a.m. Saturday, Caldwell Brethren Church, Caldwell. Burial Masonic Cemetery, Caldwell. (Strickland, Caldwell)

(Published in the Austin American-Statesman on Friday, August 16, 1991)

 
Drgac, Frank Felix (I1744)
 
26 Death Notice:

Ebarb, Melvin Joseph "Jackie Boy," 73, of Noble, died Friday; services at 2 p.m. today at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Ebarb; burial in St. Ann's Cemetery, Ebarb; arrangements by Warren Meadows Funeral Home, Many
 
Ebarb, Melvin Joseph (I1238)
 
27 Death Notice:

Elkins, Manson "Gene," 69, of Many died Wednesday; services at 10 a.m. Saturday at Warren Meadows Funeral Home; burial in Many Cemetery. 
Elkins, Manson Eugene (I2664)
 
28 Death Notice:

Former Rayneite Succumbs in Denver, Colorado

RAYNE - Mrs. Walter Chelf of Denver, Colo., succumbed Sunday. Mrs. Chelf is the former Yolande Perres of Rayne, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Felix Perres and sister of Leo Perres of Rayne.

Mrs. Chelf was preceded in death by her husband several years ago. She is survived by one son, Bill Chelf, in addition to her brother.

Funeral arrangements were not available at the time of this report.

(Published in the Church Point News on May 14, 1957)

 
Perres, Yolande (I1510)
 
29 Death Notice:

Funeral arrangements for Mrs. Wilson (Eva) DeRouen, 84, will be announced by Johnson Funeral Home. She died Tuesday in a local hospital.

(Published in the Lake Charles American Press on February 20, 2002)

 
McBride, Eva Marie (I4190)
 
30 Death Notice:

Funeral services for James F. Crow, Jr., were set for 4 o'clock this afternoon at the Church of Christ in Pampa, with the pastor officiating. Burial will be in the Pampa cemetery.

Apprentice Seaman James F. Crow, Jr., was killed in an airplane crash at San Diego, California, last Monday. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Crow, Sr., who live on the E.G. Watkins ranch. Crow is employed by the Drilling and Exploration company.

(Published in Borger Daily Herald, April 13, 1942)


 
Crow, James Ferridon Jr. (I271)
 
31 Death Notice:

George "G.W." Greer, 94, of Navasota, passed away Tuesday, January 10, 2017. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday, January 16 at Nobles Funeral Chapel, Navasota. Interment will follow in Wheat Cemetery in Millican.

(Published in The Bryan/College Station Eagle on January 16, 2017)

 
Greer, George Washington Jr. (I5518)
 
32 Death Notice:

GREER, Dolly, 81, died Wednesday at St. Joseph Regional Health Center.

 
Beene, Francis Beatrice (I5637)
 
33 Death Notice:

Hemphill, Texas Woman Dies in Hospital Here

Mrs. Mary Poye Crnkovic, 44, of Hemphill, Texas, died Thursday night in a local sanitarium. Funeral arrangements will be announced later by the Ahearn-Benge funeral home.

Survivors include her husband, Sebastian Crnkovic. The Crnkovics formerly lived in Shreveport.

(Published in The Shreveport Times on November 25, 1938) 
Poje, Mary (I5378)
 
34 Death Notice:

HILLSVILLE, Va. - Funeral services for Lucille Clark, 92, will be held at a later date. Entomb-ment will be in Consolata Cemetery in Lake Charles.

Arrangements are by Vaughan-Guynn-McGrady Chapel.

Mrs. Clark died Wednesday, April 11, 2001, in a Galax, Va., hospital.

(Published in The Lake Charles American-Press on April 12, 2001) 
Clement, Lucille (I2908)
 
35 Death Notice:

INA MAE BRYANT, 86, of Houston, passed away Oct. 26, 2000. Visitation today 12-Noon until 8 PM. CHAPEL SERVICE, 2PM, at WOODFOREST FUNERAL HOME. Interment San Jacinto Cemetery. 
Walker, Ina Mae (I859)
 
36 Death Notice:

James David Crow, retired farmer, age 73, died November 25. Buried at Oaklawn Cemetery, November 28. Born in Missouri July 30, 1874. Resident of Comanche County 26 years.

(Published in The Comanche Chief on December 12, 1947) 
Crow, James David (I16)
 
37 Death Notice:

JENNINGS - Funeral arrangements for Rufus Leon Lavergne, 57, will be announced by Matthews and Son Funeral Home. He died Saturday in the Jennings hospital.

(Published in The Lake Charles American-Press on 10 Aug 1998) 
Lavergne, Rufus Leon (I6293)
 
38 Death Notice:

John Seddon, 78, of Bryan, passed away Wednesday February 4, 2015, at St. Joseph Regional Health Center. A graveside funeral service is set for 10 a.m. Monday February 9, 2015 at Rest-Ever Memorial Park Cemetery in. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral Home and Crematory in Bryan, Texas.

(Published by Callaway-Jones Funeral Home of Bryan, TX) 
Seddon, John A. (I7137)
 
39 Death Notice:

Johnnie Moore

Johnnie was born on February 11, 1906 and passed away on Saturday, June 5, 2010.

Johnnie was a resident of Winnfield, Louisiana at the time of his passing.

He was preceded in death by his wife Frances.

The funeral will be held at Southern Funeral Home in Winnfield, LA on Tuesday, June 8, 2010 at 10:00 am with the Reverend Danny Keyes officiating and burial will be at Forest Park Cemetery in Shreveport, LA at 2:00 PM with Dr. Tom Harrison officiating. Visitation will be Monday, June 7 at Southern Funeral Home from 5-8 pm.


 
Moore, Johnnie Edgar (I2267)
 
40 Death Notice:

LeBlanc - On Thursday, July 18, 1923, at 7:45 a.m., ERWIN J. LeBLANC, aged 20 years, son of Homer P. LeBlanc and Elda J. Buford.

(Published in the New Orleans States Newspaper on July 22, 1923)

 
LeBlanc, Erwin Joseph (I1498)
 
41 Death Notice:

Lilia Talbot, 100, of LaBelle died Friday, December 23, 2005. Broussard's Mortuary Nederland.

(Published in The Port Arthur News on December 24, 2005)

 
Broussard, Lilia Mary (I4751)
 
42 Death Notice:

Lily Choate Schott died on Tuesday, April 8, 2003, at the age of 91. Visitation will be held on Monday, April 21, 2003, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at J. Levy & Bro. Funeral Home. A memorial service will be held on Tuesday, April 22, 2003, at 10 a.m. at the First Lutheran Church. Lily has requested cremation.

 
LeBlanc, Lily Margaret (I1014)
 
43 Death Notice:

LONGVIEW - Funeral services are scheduled for George Hunter Cloud, 87, 2 p.m. Monday, January 9, 2017 at the Chapel of Rader Funeral Home. Interment, Lakeview Memorial Gardens. Visitation, 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. Sunday, January 8, 2017 at Rader Funeral Home. Arrangements by Rader Funeral Home, Longview. Mr. Cloud was born October 31, 1929, in Cotton Valley, LA, and died January 6, 2017.

(Published by The Longview News-Journal)

 
Cloud, George Hunter Sr. (I2154)
 
44 Death Notice:

Matthew Douglas, 33, of Bryan, passed away Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Life Celebration Services have been entrusted to Hillier Funeral, Cremation and Bereavement Specialists of Bryan.

(Published in The Bryan/College Station Eagle on August 17, 2016)

 
Douglas, Matthew James (I5160)
 
45 Death Notice:

Maurer, Lucile H., 92, of Estes Park died Saturday; memorial services at 2 p.m. March 7 at Mountainview Bible Fellowship; arrangements by Allnutt Funeral Service.

(Published in The Shreveport Times on February 13, 1998) 
Houston, Lucile Dance (I2253)
 
46 Death Notice:

Mildred Wade, 84, of Bryan, passed away Friday, December 9, 2016. Cremation Services are pending and have been entrusted to Trevino-Smith Funeral Home

 
Greer, Mildred Sunshine (I3620)
 
47 Death Notice:

MR. AND MRS. CARLOS LeBLANC DROWN IN BAYOU AT LAFAYETTE; SEARCHERS FIND BODIES; DOG KEEPING WATCH
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Police Believe Woman Fell in Water and Her Husband Attempted to Rescue Her, Both Meeting Death; Fishing Tackle, Hats and Baskets Found Near Spot Where Remains Were Recovered; C.J. LeBlanc, One of the Brothers of the Dead Man, Lives in Rayne; Double Funeral will be Held Tomorrow Morning at Broussard; Deceased Leaves Large Number of Relatives.
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A fishing trip ended fatally for Mr. and Mrs. Carlos LeBlanc, of Lafayette, who were drowned in Bayou Vermilion, in an unaccountable manner, some time yesterday. The body of Mrs. LeBlanc was found in the bayou about 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, not far from the Baldwin Lumber Company's plant. It was floating facing downward when it was taken out of the water and removed to an undertaking parlor in Lafayette.

At 8 o'clock last night, a number of men in a boat, were searching the bayou for the body of Mr. LeBlanc. It was found about 300 yards from the spot where the woman's body was discovered. It was on the bottom of the bayou. One of the members of the searching party dived in the bayou and brought the body to the surface of the water.

The fishing tackle, hats, baskets and other things brought to the banks of the stream by Mr. and Mrs. LeBlanc, were found close to where the bodies were recovered.

The police in Lafayette are of the opinion that Mrs. LeBlanc must have fallen in the water and that her husband went after her, both meeting their death.

A collie dog went along with Mr. and Mrs. LeBlanc, who left their home in Lafayette early in the morning. Later in the day the dog came to the LeBlanc home, as if to give warning of what had happened, but the folks in the neighborhood paid no heed to him. When the bodies of the woman and man were found, the dog was keeping watch over their belongings of Mr. and Mrs. LeBlanc on the banks of the bayou.

Mr. LeBlanc, who was 32 years old, is survived by his mother, Mrs. Clet LeBlanc, four sisters, Mrs. P.H. Landry, Mrs. Frank Daigle, Mrs. Walton Tanner and Mrs. Marshall Doucet, all of Lafayette. Five brothers also survived. The are: H.P. LeBlanc and P.C. LeBlanc, of Shreveport, Albert LeBlanc of Port Arthur, Texas, F.P. LeBlanc of San Antonio, Texas, and C.J. LeBlanc, of Rayne, who went to Lafayette and assited in the search for the bodies.

Mrs. LeBlanc, who was 40 years old, is survived by a brother, Alton LeBlanc, of Houston, Texas, and a sister, Mrs. Vic Guidry, of Beaumont, Texas.

The double funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at Broussard, La.

(Published in The Crowley Daily Signal on July 20, 1922)  
LeBlanc, Carlos (I375)
 
48 Death Notice:

MR. AND MRS. CARLOS LeBLANC DROWN IN BAYOU AT LAFAYETTE; SEARCHERS FIND BODIES; DOG KEEPING WATCH
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Police Believe Woman Fell in Water and Her Husband Attempted to Rescue Her, Both Meeting Death; Fishing Tackle, Hats and Baskets Found Near Spot Where Remains Were Recovered; C.J. LeBlanc, One of the Brothers of the Dead Man, Lives in Rayne; Double Funeral will be Held Tomorrow Morning at Broussard; Deceased Leaves Large Number of Relatives.
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A fishing trip ended fatally for Mr. and Mrs. Carlos LeBlanc, of Lafayette, who were drowned in Bayou Vermilion, in an unaccountable manner, some time yesterday. The body of Mrs. LeBlanc was found in the bayou about 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon, not far from the Baldwin Lumber Company's plant. It was floating facing downward when it was taken out of the water and removed to an undertaking parlor in Lafayette.

At 8 o'clock last night, a number of men in a boat, were searching the bayou for the body of Mr. LeBlanc. It was found about 300 yards from the spot where the woman's body was discovered. It was on the bottom of the bayou. One of the members of the searching party dived in the bayou and brought the body to the surface of the water.

The fishing tackle, hats, baskets and other things brought to the banks of the stream by Mr. and Mrs. LeBlanc, were found close to where the bodies were recovered.

The police in Lafayette are of the opinion that Mrs. LeBlanc must have fallen in the water and that her husband went after her, both meeting their death.

A collie dog went along with Mr. and Mrs. LeBlanc, who left their home in Lafayette early in the morning. Later in the day the dog came to the LeBlanc home, as if to give warning of what had happened, but the folks in the neighborhood paid no heed to him. When the bodies of the woman and man were found, the dog was keeping watch over their belongings of Mr. and Mrs. LeBlanc on the banks of the bayou.

Mr. LeBlanc, who was 32 years old, is survived by his mother, Mrs. Clet LeBlanc, four sisters, Mrs. P.H. Landry, Mrs. Frank Daigle, Mrs. Walton Tanner and Mrs. Marshall Doucet, all of Lafayette. Five brothers also survived. The are: H.P. LeBlanc and P.C. LeBlanc, of Shreveport, Albert LeBlanc of Port Arthur, Texas, F.P. LeBlanc of San Antonio, Texas, and C.J. LeBlanc, of Rayne, who went to Lafayette and assited in the search for the bodies.

Mrs. LeBlanc, who was 40 years old, is survived by a brother, Alton Guidry, of Houston, Texas, and a sister, Mrs. Vic Guidry, of Beaumont, Texas.

The double funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock at Broussard, La.

(Published in The Crowley Daily Signal on July 20, 1922)  
Guidry, Louise (I531)
 
49 Death Notice:

Mrs. I.N. Houston, 53, of the Mansfield road, died late last night in a local hospital after a lengthy illness.

Funeral services will be in charge of Osborn funeral home with the Rev. M.E. Dodd, pastor of First Baptist church wich Mrs. Houston was a member, will officiate. Time of service will be announced later.

Survivors include the husband, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Brock; three sisters and three brothers.

(Published in The Shreveport Times on January 14, 1946) 
Brock, Clara Bell (I5388)
 
50 Death Notice:

Mrs. L. Houston died Saturday of last week at her home in Shreveport, death resulting from an attack of influenza. She leaves a widower and five young children. Mr. and Mrs. Houston formerly resided in the Linton community and at Benton. Deceased was a daughter of Mr. Alex Bumgardner, of Linton.

(Published in The Bossier Banner on March 4, 1920) 
Bumgardner, Ada Lillian (I43)
 

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