CAMACHO, Bernice M. of Rockdale. Age 79. Died ?/1985 (Monday) in Rockdale Nursing Home. Services held (Wed.) in St.Joseph's Catholic Church. Burial in St.Joseph's Church. Rev. Tom Hanus Officiated. Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. She was BORN 12/7/1905 in Rockdale to M/M. Charlie & Annie Halce Raymond. Married Inez Camacho on 8/5/1938 in Rockdale. She was a lifelong resident of Rockdale. Member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. SURVIVORS: Husband, Inez Camacho of Rockdale; daughter, Maurine Mireles of Rockdale; sister, Lucille Menn of Rockdale; 9 grandchildren.
CAMP, Mrs. A. M. "Aunt Molly or Mammy Camp" of San Gabriel Comm. Age 89. Died (?) (Sunday) at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Hood Cardwell, near Rockdale. Services held from San Gabriel Christian Church. Burial in Locklin Cemetery. Rev. W.R. Willis, former pastor of Methodist Church, Thorndale, and Rev. H.E. Crone of the Christian Church at Rockdale. Grandsons were pallbearers: Felton Camp, Hope Camp, Jr., Emory B. Camp, LaTellier Camp, Welden Caldwell, Murrell Camp, and Ike Camp. She was BORN in Atlanta, Georgia to Hardin & Betsy Haywood. "Close to 90, she was, her last birthday, August 4th, making the passing of the 89th milestone on life's journey." Married A.M. Camp on 10/28/1869, in Mountain District, Walton Co., GA. and for 69 years, she and Mr. Camp trod life's pathway together, the first years of marriage being spent in their native Georgia. Came to Texas in 2/1888 and settled on the Williamson-Burnet County lines. The family later moved to the Locklin Comm. on Thorndale side of the river. In 1891 moved across the river to the present homestead. She was beloved by all that knew her. SURVIVORS: Hope & Hardin Camp of San Gabriel, Emory Camp of Rockdale, Henry Camp of Thorndale, Bert Camp of Temple, Birdie Camp Amason (Mrs. Howard Amason) of Roswell, NM., and Mamie Camp Caldwell (Mrs. Hood Caldwell) of Rockdale.
CAMP, Mrs. Alma S. (M. Murrell) of San Gabriel Community. Age 86. Died ?/1984 (Sat.) in Richards Memorial Hospital. Services held (Sunday) in the Locklin Cemetery in the San Gabriel Comm. Rev. Hume Reeves of St.Thomas Episcopal Church officiated. Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home, Rockdale, in charge of arrangements. She was BORN 7/25/1898 in Helena, MT., to M/M. Arthur J. Schwenkenberg. Married Marion Murrell Camp on 1/9/1921 in Ft.Worth. Preceded in death by husband on 1/16/1966 and a grandson, Parker Peebles on 12/29/1983. SURVIVORS: 3 daughters, Dottie Flick of Houston, Bootsie Peebles of Rockdale and Frances Elliot of Dallas; 5 grandchildren.
CAMP, Bert of San Gabriel. Age 83. Died 5/1973 in Temple (Monday). Services held (Wed.) Harper-Talasek Funeral Home, Temple. Burial in Hillcrest Cemetery, Temple. He was BORN 3/18/1890, the youngest and last survivor of 5 brothers and 2 sisters: E.A. Camp, former Rockdale attorney and mayor; H.H. Camp, San Gabriel; Henry (Sweetie) Camp, Thorndale; Hope Camp, San Gabriel; (5th brother not named); Mrs. Hood Caldwell of Rockdale and Mrs. Howard Amason of Roswell, NM. The 7 were children of the late M/M A.M.Camp who came from Georgia to San Gabriel. Bert was a contractor and civic leader in Temple where he had lived about 50 years. SURVIVORS: Wife and a number of nephews and nieces, including Mrs. Sam (Bootsy) Peebles and W.H. (Blue) Caldwell of Rockdale and great-nephews, Emory C. Camp of Rockdale and Jim Camp of Cameron. SS Death Benefit on #467-26-1534 under the name of Bertrand Camp.
CAMP, Mrs. Elizabeth (E. A.) of Rockdale. Age 83. Died ?/1963 (Sunday) in a Cameron hospital after a long illness. Services held (Monday) at Phillips & Luckey Chapel in Rockdale. Burial in IOOF Cemetery, Rockdale. Rev. Ben Russell, pastor of the Rockdale Presbyterian Church, officiated. Pallbearers were: W.H. Caldwell, Ike Camp, M.M. Camp, W.H. Camp, Jr., Felton Camp, Drayton McLane, Walter Lawrence and Robert Ellott. She was BORN 10/16/1880 in Abbeyville, SC. Married Emory A. Camp in 1906. Active member of the Rockdale Garden Club, Music Club, the Reading Club. She and Mr. Camp were founders of the Rockdale Presbyterian Church. SURVIVORS: Son, Emory B. Camp of Cameron; sister, Sally Majors of Richmond, VA.; 3 grandchildren.
CAMP, Emory A. of Rockdale. Age 79. Died ?/1960 (Monday) in a Temple hospital where he underwent major surgery on Thursday. Services held at (?). Burial in IOOF Cemetery, Rockdale. Graveside services by the Masonic Lodge. Rev. Frank G. Nedbalek, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Rockdale, conducted funeral services. He was BORN in 1881 in Georgia and moved to Texas with his parents in 1887. His father was a soldier in the Confederate Army. Attended Sam Houston State Normal School, Huntsville, for a year, then got a job teaching school in North Milam County. Studied law while teaching. Following completion of legal studies at the University of Texas Law School, he taught school at Maysfield. He worked his way through law school as a waiter in the University dining hall and as a clerk in an Austin store. Later moved to Rockdale to begin the practice of law. Married Miss Elizabeth McLane in 1906. Among his many civic and business activities, Camp, often called "Mr. Rockdale" by citizens of the South Milam town, was a member of Texas Bar Asso. and the American Bar Asso. Practiced law in Rockdale since 1902 from the same office and had practiced in every level of the state & federal court system in Texas. Mayor of Rockdale for 25 years and was city attorney at the time of his death. Elder in the First Presbyterian Church, Rockdale and a member of the Masonic Lodge for more than 50 years. Served 2 terms in the Texas Legislature and co-authored some of the state's earliest insurance laws. Past-president of Rockdale State Bank and was chairman of the board of the bank when he died. Vice-president of the Rockdale, Sandow and Southern Railroad. Active in the Democratic party conventions. "The venerable lawyer still used a roll top desk in his office on Rockdale's Main Street and wore the wing collars of an earlier era." SURVIVORS: Wife, Elizabeth, Rockdale; son, Emory B. Camp, Cameron; 2 brothers, H.M. Camp, Temple, (second is unnamed); 2 sisters, Mrs. Mamie Caldwell, Rockdale and Mrs. Birdie Amason, Roswell, NM; 3 grandchildren. picture
CAMP, Emory B. of Rockdale & Cameron. Age 56. Died 6/1966 (Tuesday) in a Temple hospital. He had been ill for the past week and underwent major surgery Saturday. Funeral services held (Thursday) at the First Methodist Church, Cameron. Burial in IOOF Cemetery in Rockdale. Rev. E.J. Davis and Rev. Richard Freeman officiated. BORN in Rockdale 7/10/1909 to M/M E.A. Camp. Received his law degree from the University of Texas and practiced law with his father. They had offices in Cameron and Rockdale. He had practiced law in Cameron since the early 1930's and owned Camp Insurance Agency with offices in Cameron and Rockdale. His career included elective posts in the state legislature from 1932-1935 and as Milam County District Attorney from 1935-1939. Had a 3-year term on the board of directors of Texas State Bar Assoication. Active in the Local, State and National Democratic Party politics. Served on the Milam Co. Democratic Executive Committee. Member of the Texas Electoral College in 1963 and was a voting delegate to the National Democratic Convention in 1964. Member of the Milam Co. Bar Asso., Texas Bar Asso. and the American Bar Asso. Past president of the Cameron Chamber of Commerce. Member of the Knights of Pythias, Masonic Lodge and First Methodist Church of Cameron. He served as a director of the Rockdale State Bank. The body was at the family home, 2005 N. Harding, until 8 a.m. and lay in state at the First Methodist Church from 8 a.m. until the funeral hour. Marek Burns Funeral Home of Cameron in charge of arrangements. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Effie McCall Camp; 2 sons, Emory C. Camp of Rockdale and James D. Camp of Cameron; daughter, Mrs. H.J. Johnston of Pittsburgh, PA.; 3 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #464-54-6531. picture
CAMP, Mrs. Effie McCall (E. B.) of Cameron & Waco. Age 74. Died 1/12/1984 (Thursday) in a Temple hospital. Services held (Sat.) in Cameron at the First United Methodist Church. Burial in IOOF Cemetery, Rockdale. Rev. Jim McPhail officiated Marek-Burns-Laywell Funeral Home of Cameron in charge of arrangements. She was a Cameron native and BORN on 5/31/1908 in Milam County. Preceded in death by her husband, Emory B. Camp in 1966. SURVIVORS: 2 sons, Emory C. Camp of Rockdale and James D. Camp of Cameron; daughter, Kay Camp Johnston of Knoxville, TN.; sister, Mary Lou Albritton of Houston; 10 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #463-92-0493 under the name Essie Camp.
CAMP, Henry (Sweetie) of Thorndale. Age 86. Died 3/1970 (Wed.) in a Taylor hospital. Services held (Thursday) from the Condra Memorial Chapel. Burial in Locklin Cemetery. Rev. C.P. Hankins officiated. Pallbearers were: Kenneth Caffey, Charles Camp, Jimmy Camp, Douglas Caffey, Joe Gilchrist and Emery Camp. Honorary pallbearers were: Dowy Caffey, Gus Dickerson, ? Towery, C.L. Tanner, Grove Partain, Joe Yeager, William Glascock, J.V. Applin and Evan Weaver. He was BORN in Rome, GA. on 2/27/1884. He had been a resident of Thorndale for the past 50 years. Member of the Christian Church. A son, LeTillier Camp, preceded him in death in 1942. SURVIVORS: Wife of Thorndale and granddaughter, Mrs. Fred Holman, Jr. of Taylor; sister, Mrs. J.M. Amason of Roswell, NM.; brother, B.H. Camp of Temple; 2 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #461-16-5683.
CAMP, Ike of San Gabriel. Age 74. Died 11/11/1984 (Sunday) in Richards Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness. Graveside services held (Tuesday) in the Locklin Cemetery, San Gabriel. Rev. Skip Reeves of St.Thomas Episcopal Church officiated. Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. BORN 8/3/1910 in San Gabriel to M/M Harden H. (Cenia Key Whitfield) Camp. Lifelong San Gabriel resident. He was a farmer and rancher. Married Frances Stephens 10/10/1936 in First Presbyterian Church of San Antonio. SURVIVORS: Wife, Frances of San Gabriel; son, Charles Harden Camp of San Gabriel; 3 daughters, Carole Simank of Austin, Nancy Marie Jackson of Longview and Mary Frances Gauntt of Longview; 2 sisters, Lois Camp of Dallas and Isabell Jackson of Denver, CO.; 8 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #467-60-3521.
CAMP, Murell Marion of San Gabriel. Age 70. Died 1/1966 (Sunday) at his home near San Gabriel following a lengthy illness. Services held (Monday) from Phillips & Luckey Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in family plot at the Locklin Cemetery. Rev. W.R. Parmer, pastor of Golinda Baptist Church, officiated. Mr. Camp better known as Murrell was BORN 1/12/1896. He was a farmer and despite his illness he continued to see after his vast farming interests. Chairman of the board of directors of Rockdale State Bank, 32nd Degree Mason and Member of Ben Hur Shrine. Member of San Gabriel Christian Church. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Alma S. Camp; 3 daughters, Mrs. Roland N. (Dorothy Nell) Flick of Houston, Mrs. Sam P. (Bootsie) Peebles, Jr. of Rockdale and Mrs. C.W. (Frances) Elliot of Dallas; brother, W.H. (Ike) Camp of San Gabriel; 3 sisters, Mrs. N.L. (Mary) Leachman of Dallas, Mrs. R.R. (Isabel) Jackson of Denver, CO., and Miss Lois Camp of Dallas; 6 grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. SS Death Benefit on #467-60-1757.
CAMP, William Hope (Sugar) of San Gabriel. Age 84. Died 2/13/1990 (Tuesday) as the result of a tractor accident at the Camp family farm in San Gabriel. Graveside services held 2/16/1990 (Friday) in the Felton Cemetery at San Gabriel. Rev. Bob Henson of St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Rockdale, officiated. He was a lifelong San Gabriel resident. BORN 9/4/1905 in San Gabriel to M/M William Hope (Lenora Felton) Camp. He was a farmer and rancher. Married Ella Katherine Mills on 11/5/1933 in San Antonio. An avid golfer. Memorial to the Thursday Reading Club or American Cancer Society. SURVIVORS: Wife, Katherine Camp of San Gabriel; 2 daughters, Martha Jane Wilson and Kathy Donohue, both of Rockdale; sister, Anna Mae Griffith of Rockdale; 5 grandchildren, Debbie Donohue, Mike Donohue, Lt. Rick Donohue, Toby Wilson and Greg Wilson; 5 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #464-03-7848.
CAMPBELL, A. K. of Thorndale. Age 95. Died 10/12/1985 (Sat.) at Johns Community Hospital. Services held (Monday) from Phillips & Luckey Funeral Chapel in Rockdale. Burial in Pleasant Retreat Cemetery. Minister Adrian Fletcher officiated. BORN 3/19/1890, he was a lifelong resident of Thorndale, a farmer and rancher, amd member of Christian Church. SURVIVORS: 6 sons, Alvis, Curtis Cecil, H.H. "Pete" and Halbert Campbell of Thorndale, Avrett Campbell of Houston, Clinton Campbell of Midland. daughter, Dorothy Caffey of Thorndale; 12 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #467-60-2285.
CAMPBELL, Mrs. Cordye of Taylor. Age 74. Died ?/1964 (Tuesday) in a Taylor hospital. Services held (Thursday) at Condra Memorial Chapel, Taylor. Burial in Taylor City Cemetery. Rev. Guy Harris of Taylor officiated. She was BORN 4/5/1890 in Round Rock and a lifelong resident of Central Texas. Member of the Christian Church. SURVIVORS: 4 daughters, Mrs.Ted Weaver of Houston, Mrs. Beaulah Swenson of Austin, Mrs. L.W. Ward of San Angelo and Mrs. Jimmy J. Franks of Vicksburg, MS.; son, W.E. Ward of Austin; 2 sisters, Mrs. Katye Gregory of Thorndale and Mrs. Dolly Yarbrough of Houston; 3 brothers, Claude Young of Killeen, Dewey Young of Austin and Monroe Young of Waco; 18 grandchildren; 7 great-grandchildren.
CAMPBELL, Curtis "Peck" of Thorndale. Age 70. Died 2/1989 (Tuesday) at his home in the Conoley Community. Services held (Thursday) in Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in Pleasant Retreat Cemetery. Rev. Douglas Springer of Rockdale Full Gospel Church officiated. He had been a lifelong resident of the Conoley Community. BORN 11/16/1918 in the Conoley Comm. to M/M Alfred (Willie Alice Avrett) Campbell. He was a farmer. Member of Watson Branch Baptist Church. SURVIVORS: 5 brothers, Alvis, H.H. "Pete", Halbert and Clinton, all of Thorndale, Avrett Campbell of Houston; sister, Dorothy Caffey of Thorndale; number of nieces and nephews. SS Death Benefit on #455-17-3491.
CAMPBELL, Flora Jean Ware of Tacoma, WA. Age (?). Died 12/26/1975 (Friday). Memorial services held (Friday) in the Colonial Chapel of Cook-Walden Funeral Home. Burial in Hornsby Bend Cemetery, Austin. Revs. Andrew Byers and Gerald L. Clore officiated. She joined the Central Christian Church when she was 12 yrs. old and at this church married W.W. "Bill" Campbell on 8/26/1950. At the time of her death she was a member of the Browns Point Methodist Church in Tacoma, WA. She graduated from Austin High School and attended the Univ. of Texas at Austin, majoring in Sociology and Business Administration. SURVIVORS: Husband, W.W. "Bill" Campbell of Tacoma, WA.; 2 daughters, Kimberley Campbell and Elizabeth Campbell, both of Tacoma; son, David Campbell of Tacoma; her mother, Mrs. R.L. Ware of Austin. Her mother was the former Duncan Thomas, a native of San Gabriel
CAMPBELL, Iva Bownds of Milam Co. Age 91. Died 4/19/1987 (Sunday) in a Littlefield Nursing home. Services held 4/21/1987 (Tuesday) in Hammons Funeral Home Chapel. Burial in Littlefield Memorial Park. Rev. Charlie Shaw and Rev. Jerry Haley officiated. BORN on 4/02/1896 in Milam Co., the daughter of Ira and Addie (Coffman) Bownds in Watson Branch Comm. Married Edward F. Campbell who preceded her in death. Also their eldest son, Erwin and infant son, Neal. Longtime member of the Baptist Church. Grandsons were pallbearers. SURVIVORS: 2 sons, Kenneth of Edmonson, Lynn of Floydada; 7 daughters, Estelle Waldrop of Andrews, Gayle Simpson and Peggy Sowder, Littlefield; Geneva Wassom, Grand Prairie, Glorice Pirkle, Plainview, Nina Edwards and Doris Mulkey, Roswell, NM.; 30 grandchildren; 68 great-grandchildren and 18 great-great-grandchildren; brother, Aubrey Bownds and sister, Isie Yount, both of Lexington. SS Death Benefit on #449-60-9643.
CAMPBELL, J. Everett of Winters, TX. Age 75. Died ?/1970 (Tuesday) in an Abilene hospital. Services held (Thursday) from Condra Memorial Chapel, Taylor. Burial in Pleasant Retreat Cemetery. Rev. C.P. Hankins officiated. He was born 3/24/1895 in Thorndale and had lived near Winters, TX. for several years. Pallbearers were: Halbert Campbell, Herbert Campbell, Kenneth Campbell, John Campbell, Walter Farrell, Dalton Caffey. SURVIVORS: 2 daughters, Mrs. Verne Terrell of Dallas and Mrs. Faye Jameson of San Angelo; 2 sons, John Campbell of Alvin and Calvin Campbell of Tye; sister, Mrs. Annie Harrison of Baytown; 2 brothers, A.K. Campbell of Thorndale and E.F. Campbell of Enochs.
CAMPBELL, Mrs. Lonnie May of Thorndale. Age 78. Died 9/1969 (Monday) in a Taylor Hospital after several weeks illness. Services held (Wed.) at Pleasant Retreat Methodist Church. Burial in family plot at Pleasant Retreat Cemetery. Rev. C.P. Hankins, pastor of Christian Church in Taylor, officiated. Nephews were pallbearers. She was BORN 12/8/1890 in Hernando, Desota County, Mississippi, nee Lonnie May Laughter. Married Jesse Campbell who preceded her in death, 11/15/1945. Member of First Christian Church of Taylor for many years. She had resided in Thorndale since Mr. Campbell's death. SURVIVORS: 2 sisters, Mrs. Gartha Merrill and Mrs. Allene Marshall of Winslow, AZ.; 3 brothers, H.T. Laughter of Lubbock, A.H. Laughter of Lawton, OK. and M.H. Laughter of Ono, CA.; several nieces and nephews. SS Death Benefit on #432-68-3076, card issued in Arkansas.
CAMPBELL, Myrl Sanders of Thorndale & San Antonio. Age 71. Died 7/23/1982 in San Antonio. Memorial services and burial held 7/26/1982 in Sunset Memorial Park in San Antonio. Daughter of the late Edgar M. and Cora Locklin Sanders. SURVIVORS: Husband, Wilson H. Campbell; 2 sons, Melvin H. Campbell of San Antonio and Donald Ray Campbell of Austin; daughter, Lura Schwartz of Austin; sister, Mrs. Wilma Organ of Thorndale and brother, Joe Sanders of Horseheads, NY.; 8 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren.
CAMPBELL, Nelma Florene Bownds of Houston. Age 68. Died 11/1/1989 (Wed.). Services held 11/3/1989 (Friday) in Waltrip Funeral Home, Houston. Burial in Resthaven Cemetery, Houston. Minister Adrin Fletcher of Murray Street Church of Christ, Rockdale, officiated. She had been an employee of J. Weingarten's of Houston for 25 years prior to her retirement. BORN 7/26/1921 in Milam County. Member of Brookhollow Church of Christ where she taught a children's Bible class. She also visited nursing homes and took care of children in the church nursery. Memorials made to American Cancer Society. SURVIVORS: Husband, Avrett K. Campbell of Houston; mother, Ethel Bownds of Houston; 3 sons, Larry & wife, Karen Campbell of Brenham; Alan & wife, Karen Campbell of Houston; Monte & wife, Debbie Campbell of Houston; 2 sisters, Esther Gladene Lott of Houston and Margie Jacobson of Narco, CA.; 8 grandchildren, Russell, Jeffrey and Steven of Brenham; Kent, Mark, Julie, Kimberly and Nolan of Houston. SS Death Benefit on #457-20-9790.
CAMPBELL, Mrs. Willie Alice (A. K.) of Conoley Comm. Age 71. Died ?/1959. Services held (Friday) at Condra Memorial Chapel, Taylor. Burial in Pleasant Retreat Cemetery. Rev. C.E. Isom, pastor of the Trinity Methodist Church, Thorndale, officiated. Willie Alice Avrett was BORN 10/22/1888 in Pleasant Hill Comm. to Billy and Margaret Thompson Avrett. Married 8/17/1911 to A.K. Campbell. A loyal member of Pleasant Retreat Church. SURVIVORS: Husband; daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Alice Caffey; 6 sons, Alvis, Curtis, H.H. (Pete), and Halbert Campbell, all of Thorndale, Avrett and Clinton Campbell, both of Houston; 2 sisters, Mrs. W.H. Franklin of San Saba and Miss Ollie Avrett of Taylor; brother, Marvin Avrett of Lexington and 9 grandchildren.
CANADA, Joe J. of Lexington. Age 77, Died 1/26/1989 (Thursday) in a Temple hospital. Services held (Sat.) at Sheffield Funeral Home Chapel in Temple. Burial in Bellwood Memorial Park with full military honors. Rev. Gene York officiated. He was BORN 3/1/1911 in Willow City to Lee & Josie Henderson Canada. He attended public schools in Willow City, served with the Navy in WW-2 and was employed as a pipefitter in the Houston-Texas City area for 40 yrs. until his retirement in 1978. Preceded in death by wife, Edna Elliott Canada in 1979; a son and a granddaughter. SURVIVORS: Sister, Mrs. Pearl Schomann of Austin and a number of nieces and nephew. SS Death Benefit on #464-10-7771.
CANADY, Orlean of Mt. Zion, Burleson Co. Age 62. Died 12/1982 (Thursday) at his home in the Mt. Zion Comm. after a short illness. Services held (Monday) in Mt. Zion AME Church in the Mt. Zion Comm. of Burleson Co. Burial in Mt. Zion Cemetery. He was BORN 5/8/1920 in Mt. Zion to M/M. Jim and Mary Canady, he was a lifelong resident of the Mt. Zion Community. Married Hallie County on 2/16/1946. Mr. Canady was a member of above church. Pallbearers were sons. SURVIVORS: Wife, Hallie Canady of Mt. Zion; 8 sons, Edward of Slaton, Johnnie Lee of Odessa, Joe L. of Clovis, NM., Willie of Waco, Walter of Hobbs, NM., Albert of Killeen, Dennis of Killeen and Chester of Caldwell; 2 daughters, Edna B. Mathews of Clovis, NM. and Hallie L. Dawson of Caldwell; sister, Ethel Heslip of Caldwell; number of nieces, nephews and other relatives including 30 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #457-28-3027.
CANINENBERG, Clara Marie of Taylor. Age 86. Died 6/24/1986 (Tuesday) in Johns Community Hospital. Services held (Wed.) from Condra Memorial Chapel. Burial in Taylor City Cemetery. Rev. David Bulgerin officiated. BORN 12/12/1899, she was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church and the church Missionary Society. Grandsons served as pallbearers. SURVIVORS: 5 daughters, LaVerne Haag of Cameron, Anita Wolf of Anahauc, Louise Hrncir of San Antonio, Ruby Abshier of Hankamer, Doris Stack of Elgin; son, Vernon Ray Caninenberg of Liberty; 2 sisters, Julia Tiemann of Thrall, Hattie Miertshin of Beaumont; brother, Emil Krieg of Taylor; 13 grandchildren & 13 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #460-80-7968.
CANNON, Annette of Cameron. Age 22. Died 10/1976 (Monday) in a car-train collision near Buckholts. A companion, Eva Mikulec, 18, of Cameron was treated and released at a Temple hospital. Services for Miss Cannon were held (Wed.) in the Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in Milano Cemetery. Rev. James Lafferty officiated. She was BORN 6/3/1954 to Florence C. and Connie Cannon. A lifetime resident of Cameron she was employed as a clerk at a Temple department store. Graduate of Yoe High School and a member of the First Baptist Church of Cameron. Preceded in death by father, Florence C. Cannon in 1971. SURVIVORS: Mother, Connie Cannon of Cameron; brother, Ralph Cannon of Denver, CO. SS Death Benefit on #462-98-0924 under Mary Cannon.
CANTIERI, Josephine L. of Galveston & Georgetown. Age 79. Died 5/22/1989 (Monday) in the Wesleyan Nursing Home in Georgetown. Services held 5/24/1989 (Wed.) with burial in IOOF Cemetery, Rockdale. Rev. Donald Dodge of St. John's United Methodist Church officiated. Phillips & Luckey, Rockdale in charge of arrangements. She was a Georgetown resident, formerly of Galveston. BORN 3/15/1910 in Marble Falls to A.C. and Mary (Odiorne) Lacy. Married Angelo Cantieri and together they owned a restaurant. Preceded in death by husband, 4 brothers and 2 sisters. Memorial to the Adult Literacy Council of Williamson Co. located in Round Rock. SURVIVORS: Sister, Virginia Gilmore of Rockdale; 2 nephews, Wiley Gilmore of Georgetown and A.C. Lacy of Seguin. SS Death Benefit on #455-54-1311.
CANTRELL, Mrs. Bernice Voyles of Rt. 3, Temple. Age 65. Died 6/1973 (Wed.) in a Temple hospital after an illness of several months. Services held (Friday) at Harper-Talasek Funeral Home. Burial in Hillcrest Cemetery. Rev. Wilson Keenan officiated. She was BORN 10/14/1907, a native of Milam Co. and lived in Temple since 1929. Graduated from nursing school in 1931 and served as a registered nurse at King's Daughters Hospital since her graduation. Married W.H. Cantrell of Temple on 1/9/1932. Member of First Presbyterian Church. SURVIVORS: Husband; 2 daughters, Mrs. John Longbotham of Temple and Miss Martha Cantrell of Houston; sister, Mrs. C.W. Price of Rockdale; 3 brothers, Weldon and Leroy Voyles of Marshall and Preston Voyles of Rockdale; 4 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #462-70-8053.
CARD, Mrs. Lydia of San Marcos. Age 82. Died 6/1965 (Thursday) in a Gonzales hospital following a 2-month illness. Services held (Friday) at Pennington Funeral Home in San Marcos. Burial in Redwood Cemetery near San Marcos. Rev. C.H. Schoass officiated. Nephews and grandsons were pallbearers. She was a native of San Marcos. Member of the Lutheran Church. SURVIVORS: Daughter, Mrs. Walter Hagemann of Kingsbury; 3 sons, Hilmar Bauerschlag of Seguin; Arthur Bauerschlag of San Antonio, Elmo Bauerschlag of Thorndale; 11 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren.
CARDWELL, Alexander S. "Alex" of Stockton, CA. Age 94. Died 11/1982 in Stockton. Services held 11/17 at the Stockton Church of Christ. Burial in Lakewood Memorial Park, Modesto, CA. Everett Evans officiated. DeYoung Memorial Chapel in Stockton in charge of arrangements. He was BORN 7/29/1888 in Milam Co., Tx., the son of Richard B. & Barbara Pugh Cardwell. Preceded in death by his wife, Myrtle Cardwell; 3 brothers, Auburn, Will and Arch Cardwell; 3 sisters, Lizzie Tucker, Mary Engram and Callie Hopkins. SURVIVORS: 2 daughters, Elva O. Allen of Stockton, CA. and Naomi Cardwell of Bishop, CA.; 2 sons, Dennie R. Cardwell of Grants Pass, OR. and Otis W. Cardwell of Stockton, CA.; brother, R.M. "Mack" Cardwell of Georgetown, formerly of Rockdale. SS Death Benefit on #568-70-7448, card issued in California.
CARDWELL, Arch B. of Temple. Age 82. Died 4/1972 (Sat.) (in paper 4/27/1972) in a Temple Hospital. Graveside services held (Sunday) at Salty Cemetery. He was BORN 1/23/1890. He was a former resident of the Salty Comm. Member of Salty Methodist Church and the Masonic Lodge. He worked as an engineer for Temple Schools and for Fort Hood. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Ruby Cardwell of Temple; 2 daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Page of Houston and Mrs. Alta Rae Talley of Temple; 2 brothers, Mac Cardwell of Rockdale and Alex Cardwell of Modesto, CA.; 4 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #455-07-9157.
CARDWELL, Auburn C. of Bangs. Age 66. Died 7/1967 (Sunday) (in paper 7/27/1967) in a Bangs nursing home after a long illness. Services held (Tuesday) in Stevens Memorial Chapel. Burial in Coleman Cemetery. He was BORN 12/11/1900 in Salty. Married to Ethel Day on 1/20/1923 and lived in Coleman County most of the time. He was a retired oil driller and a member of the Methodist Church. SURVIVORS: Wife, Ethel Cardwell of Bangs; 4 daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Flippen and Mrs. Alta Schuder, both of San Angelo, Mrs. Marjorie Sheffield of Grosvenor and Mrs. Betty Stephens of Texarkana, AR.; sister, Mrs. Callie Hopkins of Austin; 4 brothers, Alex Cardwell of Modesto, CA., Arch Cardwell of Temple, Will Cardwell of Boerger and Max Cardwell of Rockdale; 12 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #460-14-3967.
CARDWELL, Mrs. Clyde Newton of Nevada. Age 78. Died ?/1969 (Tuesday) in a Taylor hospital after a long illness. Services held (Thursday) at Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in Milano Cemetery. Revs. Joe Bailey and Joe Howard officiated. Pallbearers were nephews. She was BORN about 1891 and was a retired home economics teacher and had taught at Taylor High School, Hardin-Simmons Univ. and Baylor Univ. She was teaching in the Nevada schools at the time she retired. SURVIVORS: 5 sisters, Mrs. Mary Byrne of Houston, Mrs. Annie Smith of Rosenberg, Mrs. Florence Arrington of Granger, Mrs. Ruth Baggett of Milano and Mrs. Nell Butts of Thorndale.
CARDWELL, Curtis Clyde of Rockdale. Age 69. Died 11/3/1982 (Wed.) in Richards Memorial Hospital after a short illness. Services held (Friday) in Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Rev. J.M. Foreman officiated. He was BORN 5/30/1913 in the Salty Comm. to M/M. William H. & Myrtle Criswell Cardwell. He retired from H.H. Coffield Pipeyard after 35 years and was working with the Senior Citizens Green Thumb program at the time of his death. Married Minnie Tucker on 6/5/1934 in Thorndale. Member of First Baptist Church and Masonic Lodge 414 of which he was a past master. SURVIVORS: Wife, Minnie Cardwell of Rockdale; 2 daughters, Martha Morr and Dorothy Menges, both of Rockdale; mother, Mrs. Myrtle Cardwell of Rockdale; 2 brothers, Denver Cardwell of Hockley and Grady Cardwell of Dallas; 4 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #451-12-7654.
CARDWELL, Lula Lee (Richard) of Rockdale. Age 81. Died 11/19/1988 (Sat.) in a Rockdale nursing home. Services held (Monday) 11/21 in Phillips & Luckey Chapel Burial in Salty Cemetery. Minister Tommy Sherry of Rockdale Christian Church officiated. She was BORN 8/20/1907 in Thorndale to M/M. Charley Lee & Eula Lee Caffey Tucker. Married Richard M. Cardwell on 10/4/1925 in Rockdale. Member of Salty Methodist Church. Preceded in death by 2 brothers, Henry D. and William Claude Tucker. Mrs. Cardwell lived in Georgetown until 5 yrs. ago when she moved to Manor Oaks Nursing Home in Rockdale. SURVIVORS: Husband, Richard M. Cardwell of Rockdale; 2 sons, Dr. Wallace H. Cardwell of Elgin and Lyngle Leroy "Bill" Cardwell of Rockdale; 2 daughters, Shirley Maxine Luetge of Rockdale and Edith Faye Brown of Georgetown; 2 brothers, Charles Tucker, Jr. of Rockdale and Paul Tucker of Thorndale; 2 sisters, Minnie Lee Beck of Davilla and Emma Strong of Rockdale; 8 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; 2 step-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #452-72-5118. picture
CARGILL, James D. of Davilla. Age 48. Died 5/1969 (Wed.) in a Temple hospital after a long illness. Services held at the Baptist Church in Davilla. Burial in Davilla Cemetery. Rev. Dean Parmer, pastor of the San Gabriel Baptist Church officiated. Phillips & Luckey Funeral Directors of Rockdale in charge of arrangements. BORN 9/30/1920. SURVIVORS: Wife; son, James D. Cargill of Odessa; daughters, Mrs. Margie L. Johnson of Decatur, AL., Mrs. Billie F. Ritter of Davilla and Miss Maydell Cargill of Andrews; his parents, M/M Jake C. Cargill of Davilla; brother, William J. Cargill of Thorndale; sister, Mrs. Addie Winfrey of Davilla; 4 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #459-09-9733.
CARGILL, Mrs. Maggie M. of Davilla. Age 84. Died 11/10/1976 in Richards Memorial Hospital after an illness of several months. Services held in Val Verde Baptist Church. Burial in Val Verde Cemetery. Revs. E.L. Carter and Tommie Pruitt officiated. She had resided in or near Davilla Community for most of her life. BORN 6/19/1892 in Gonzales County to M/M James W. Shaver. Married J.C. Cargill in Bell County on 5/18/1910. Preceded in death by her husband in 1972; 2 sons, in 1969 and 1971; and daughter in 1922. Member of the Davilla Assembly of God Church. SURVIVORS: Daughter, Mrs. Addie Winfrey of Davilla; brother, William Shaver of Davilla; 6 sisters, Mrs. Lola Cargill of Vidor, Mrs. Ada Mathis of Corsicana, Mrs. Mamie Baker of Beaumont, Mrs. Ruby Aycock of Rogers, Mrs. Bessie Rodgers of Lexington and Mrs. Ruth Carter of Ennis; 16 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild.
CARLOW, Richard of Taylor. Age 78. Died 8/6/1988 (Sat.) at Scott & White Memorial Hospital in Temple. Services held (Tuesday) at Condra Memorial Chapel. Burial in Taylor City Cemetery. Ministers, Bob Patterson and Billy Bob Cox, officiated. BORN 11/17/1909. He was a member of the Church of Christ, Hwy 95N. SURVIVORS: Wife, Annette Carlow of Taylor; 2 sisters, Lorena Schiller of Bryan, Thelma Caesar of Thrall; brother, Charles Carlow of Taylor. SS Death Benefit on #464-54-7961.
CARLSON, Albert T. of Thorndale. Age 86. Died 5/1977 (Friday) (in paper 5/19/1977) in a Taylor Hospital. Services held (Sat.) from Condra Funeral Chapel in Taylor. Burial in Taylor City Cemetery. Rev. Walter Miller officiated. Mr. Carlson was BORN in New Sweden, 9/1/1890, and had lived in the Thorndale area since 1930. He was a retired ginner. SURVIVORS: Wife, of Thorndale; 4 daughters, Mrs. Tom Vinton of Amarillo, Mrs. Lee Weise of Thrall, Mrs. Louise Pippin of Galveston and Mrs. Grace Badmington of Houston; 2 sisters, Miss Emma Carlson and Mrs. Florence Westlund, both of Austin; brother, Ed Carlson of Manor; 8 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great-grandchildren. Mrs. Carlson left Thorndale after the funeral to make her home in Amarillo with one of her daughters, M/M Tom Vinton.
CARLSON, Dorothy B. of Austin. Age 52. Died 4/3/1985 (Wed.). Services held (Friday) in the Colonial Chapel of the Cook-Walden Funeral Home in Austin. Burial in the Capital Memorial Gardens. Dr. Harold E. O'Chester, officiated. Cook-Walden Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. BORN on 5/15/1932, she was the wife of Robert Carlson and the mother of Rick and Claire Carlson of Austin. Daughter of Clara Becker of Thorndale. Sister of Rose Gooselaw, and the daughter-in-law of Robert G. Carlson and Ellen C. Carlson all of Austin. Expressions of sympathy may be made in memorials to the Allendale Great Hills Baptist Church Building Fund. SS Death Benefit on #460-48-5698.
CARLSON, Mrs. Ebba E. of Thorndale. Age 87. Died 7/18/1981 (Sat.) in the SPJST Nursing Home in Taylor. Services held (Monday) in St. John Lutheran Church in Thorndale. Burial in the Taylor City Cemetery. Rev. Walter J. Miller officiated. Condra Funeral Home of Taylor in charge of arrangements. Before moving to the nursing home Mrs. Carlson, who was BORN 6/07/1894 in Chicago, and her late husband had lived in Thorndale for many years, rearing their family in Thorndale. SURVIVORS: 4 daughters, Rose Lee Weise of Thrall, Billye June Vinton of Amarillo, Louise Pippin of Hitchcock, Grace Badmington of Houston; 8 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren and 6 great-great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #453-17-4410.
CARLSON, Harry O. of Elgin. Age 80. Died 5/1969 (Thursday) at his home in Elgin. Services held (Saturday) from the Miller-Newby Funeral Home Chapel in Elgin. Burial in Elgin Cemetery. Rev. Ray Head officiated. BORN 2/28/1889. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Ila Mae Carlson; son, Hilmer Carlson; step-sons, Fred Clark of Rockdale, and Ted Gum, Houston; step-daughter, Mrs. Margaret Jamison, Houston; 2 sisters, Mrs. Ebba Carlson, Thorndale and Mrs. Jenny Parks, Orange CA.; 4 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #449-07-2841.
CARLYLE, George W. of 7515 Linden, Houston. Age 77. Died 5/1966. Services held (Monday) from Niday Funeral Home, Inc., Houston. Burial in Veterans Cemetery under the auspices of the American Legion. Rev. George Dent officiated. He was BORN 4/9/1889, a retired barber and for many years lived in Thorndale where he was associated with shops owned by R.O. Meissner and the late J.T. Goodnight. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Ruby Ellison Carlyle of above address; son, George W. Carlyle, Costa Mesa, CA.; 2 daughters, Mrs. Kathryn June Martin, Houston, Mrs. Lou Ann Dunlavy, Corpus Christi; brother, Will Carlyle of Ranger; sister, Mrs. Stella Moon, Stephenville; 10 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #467-03-1265.
CARTER, Alene of Thorndale. Age 72. Died 5/10/1986 (Sat.) in Sweetbriar Nursing Home. Graveside services held at Lawhon Cemetery (Monday). Rev. Jack Emmert officiated. BORN 5/03/1914. SURVIVORS: Husband, Woodie Carter of Thorndale; 3 sons, Steve Rodgers, Ernest Carter of Taylor, Granvel Carter of Thorndale; daughter, Billie Parker of Thorndale; 11 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #451-44-3916.
CARTER, Mrs. Fay Maddox of Thorndale. Age 77. Died 6/30/1984 (Sat.) in Austin. Services held 7/3/1984 (Tuesday) in Condra Memorial Chapel in Taylor. Burial in Taylor City Cemetery. BORN 11/06/1906, she was reared in Thorndale where her late father, D. R. Maddox, was the railroad station agent for many years. She was preceded in death by her parents and 3 sisters. SURVIVORS: Sister, Mrs. Dorothy M. Williams of Hillsboro. SS Death Benefit on #456-28-7378.
CARTER, James G. of the Hare Community near Thorndale. Age 53. Died 8/23/1977 in the VA Hospital in Temple, where he had been a patient for several days. Services held (Thursday) at Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in Knobbs Cemetery near Lexington. Rev. Oscar James officiated. He was BORN on 1/25/1924 in Lee County to the late M/M. J.F. Carter. Longtime resident of the "Haire" Comm. of Williamson County, where he was employed as a heavy equipment operator in construction work. Member of Baptist Church. Veteran of WW-2 serving in the US Army from 2/17/1943 to 5/25/1945. SURVIVORS: 3 daughters, Sally Carter of Bartlett; Jannie Goulder of Hearne and Annie Mae Rogers of Grapevine; brother, Woodie Carter of "Haire"; sister, Mrs. Vera Catching of Austin; 6 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #459-20-4679.
CARTER, John L. of Thorndale. Age 90. Died ?/1972 (Monday) in a Taylor rest home. Services held (Wed.) at Condra Memorial Chapel in Taylor. Burial in Onion Creek Masonic Cemetery. Brother Irvin B. McFadin officiated. He was BORN 1/2/1882 in Travis Co. and was a railway mail clerk on the Missouri-Pacific Railroad for 30 yrs. prior to his retirement. Member of Railway Brotherhood. SURVIVORS: Daughter, Mrs. Celeste Robins of Houston; step-daughter, Mrs. Myrtle Long of Old Mexico; son, John L. Carter of Denton; 2 sisters, Mrs. Mary Jane Barber of Elsa and Mrs. Ima Grumbles of Austin; granddaughter, Mrs. P. L. Paris of Thorndale.
CARTWRIGHT, Giles of Houston. Age 57. Died 3/20/1976 (in paper 4/1/1976) at the VA Hospital in Houston. Services held (Wed.) 3/24 in New Hope Baptist Church. Burial in East Lawn Cemetery. He was BORN 6/7/1918 and a Houston resident, but had formerly lived in Rockdale. SURVIVORS: 2 sons, Freddie Lee Cartwright of Phoenix, AZ. and Robert Louis Cartwright of Los Angeles, CA.; brother, Freddie J. Cartwright of Rockdale. SS Death Benefit on #458-18-5406.
CARVER, Effie of Rockdale. Age 100. Died 11/1/1989 (Wed.) in Manor Oaks Nursing Home. Graveside services held 11/3/1989 (Friday) in the Forest Grove Cemetery. Rev. Doug Springer of Rockdale Full Gospel Church officiated. Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. She was a life-long resident of Rockdale and Milam County. BORN 3/12/1889 in Hamilton Chapel Comm. to M/M. T.J. (Emma Francis Alford) Carver. Preceded in death by her parents, T.J. Carver of 10/30/1945 and Emma Carver on 2/19/1954; 3 sisters, Allie Mae Carver, 6/20/1985, Eula Lee Carver on 4/25/1977, and Lottie Alice Carver on 2/2/1980; 3 brothers, Edgar Carver on 9/13/1962, Oscar Leroy Carver on 12/10/1970 and Thomas N. Carver on 2/14/1974. She was a member of the Rockdale Full Gospel Church in Rockdale. SURVIVORS: Sister, Jewell Carver Clark of Rockdale, also 3 nephews and 2 nieces. SS Death Benefit on #453-40-2507.
CARVER, Emma Alford of Rockdale. Age 87. Died 2/19/1954. Burial in Forest Grove Cemetery near Rockdale. Native of Alabama she lived in Milam Co. as a child. Last survivor of the Reddin Alford family. Her father settled on land in the Forest Grove community before Rockdale was founded "80 years ago". SURVIVORS: 3 sons, Edgar, Tom, and Oscar Carver; 5 daughters, Effie Carver, Eula Carver, all of Rockdale, Lottie Carver and Annie Mae Carver, both of Houston and Mrs. Jewel Clark of Thorndale.
CARVER, Eula Lee of Rockdale. Age 82. Died 4/25/1977 (Monday) in St. David's Hospital, Austin, after a long illness, she was in the Austin hospital for 1 week before her death. Services held 4/27/1977 (Wed.) in Phillips/Luckey Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in Forest Grove Cemetery. Rev. M.D. Brown of Full Gospel Chapel officiated. A lifelong resident of Rockdale, BORN 7/22/1895 in Milam County to M/M Thomas J. Carver. Member of Rockdale Full Gospel Chapel. Aunt of Rufus Clark and second of his aunts to die in less than a week's time. SURVIVORS: 4 sisters, Effie Carver, Rockdale; Mrs. Jewell Clark, Rockdale; Lottie Carver of Houston and Allie Mae Carver of Houston; 3 nephews and 2 nieces. SS Death Benefit on #456-32-9024. Birthdate on benefit information is 7/22/1894-Obit states 7/22/1895.
CARVER, Thomas N. of Rockdale. Age 82. Died 2/14/1974 (Thursday) in a Temple hospital after short illness. Services (Sat.) at Phillips & Luckey Funeral Chapel. Burial in Forest Grove Cemetery. BORN 1/21/1892. He was the uncle of Rufus Clark. SS Death Benefit on #461-22-5225.
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