JACK, Mancel R. of Kenedy. Age 68. Died 3/10/1989 (Friday) in a Corpus Christi hospital following an illness. Services held (Monday) in Elim Lutheran Church near Kenedy. Burial at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio. Eckols Funeral Home of Kenedy in charge of arrangements. He was BORN 12/4/1920 in Waukegan, Illinois. He was a retired chief petty officer in the U.S. Navy, retiring after 30 years service. He was a farmer in Karnes Co. since 1979. Member of the Elim Lutheran Church in Karnes Co. SURVIVORS: Wife, Maxine Jack of Kenedy; son, Robert E. Jack of Cameron; daughter, Anne Marie Prewett of Clovis, CA.; sister, Patricia Jack of England; 5 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #325-18-0511. SS card issued in Illinois.
JACKSON, Mrs. Allie Pratt of Austin. Age 88. Died 4/1982 (Sat.) in Seton Hospital after a long illness. Services held (Monday) in the Salty Community Church. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Revs. Ed Wilder and Clarence Walton officiated. Phillips & Luckey, Rockdale, in charge of arrangements. She was BORN 1/5/1894 in Paris, TX. to M/M. Charles Lee & Mollie Elliott Pratt. Married Jesse Jackson on 11/11/1911 in Rockdale. She was a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church. Preceded in death by husband, Jesse Jackson on 12/27/1947 and son, Jesse Woodrow Jackson in 1976. Memorials to Amer. Heart Asso. SURVIVORS: 2 sons, Wayne Jackson of Austin and Norman Jackson of Dallas; daughter, Mrs. Allyne Griffin of Austin; sister, Mrs. Audy Albert of Corpus Christi; 7 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #464-86-9104.
JACKSON, Andrew J. of Salty Community. Age 93. Died 1/1938 (Sunday) (in paper 1/31/1938) at his home in the Salty Comm. near Rockdale. Services held (Tuesday) from Salty Church. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Rev. John Garret of Thorndale-Salty Methodist Church and Rev. N.H. Melber, presiding elder from Marlin, officiated. Grandsons were pallbearers. He was BORN 2/5/1845 in Montgomery Co., Alabama. He enlisted in the Confederate army at Montgomery in 1862, joining what was called Hilliard's Legion under General Lee. Later his company was thrown into regiments and Jackson was in the 60th Alabama Regiment, Company "C", under Col. J.W. Sangord, Major Hatch Cook, Gracious Brigade and Bushrod Johnson's Division. Jackson was in the last battle of Appomatox Court House and was taken prisoner, remaining so for 3 days and having for food a very small piece of dried beef and an ear of corn. When released he was 900 miles from home and made more than half the journey back on foot. It is said he was the last surviving member of his company. Married Sarah Jane Thomas in Alabama on 11/20/1866. They moved to Texas in 1874 and in 1876 moved to Milam Co., settling in Salty Comm. where they have lived since. M/M. Jackson celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on 11/20/1936 at the Salty Church and their 71st this past November. Mr. Jackson was the founder of the Salty Singing Convention of Milam Co. which was organized in 1895. He took an active part in the affairs and remained president of the organization until 1928 when a son took his place. Besides composing religious songs and writing poems, Mr. Jackson was a blacksmith, carpenter, farmer, singing school teacher and superintendent of the Sunday School. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Sarah Thomas Jackson; 5 sons, John of Thorndale, Frank & Clarence of Salty, Fred of Austin, Jessie Jackson of Thrall; 7 daughters, Mrs. Annie Brown of Orange, Mrs. Alice Pugh of Cameron, Mrs. Ruby Lusk of Temple, Mrs. Laura Cook of Salano, NM., Mrs. Ellen Towery, Mrs. Ludie Jinks, Mrs. Mattie Pinkerton, all of Salty Comm. Grandchildren; 96 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great-grandchild. (4 generations). picture
JACKSON, Mrs. Anner (John W.) of Taylor. Age 94. Died ?/1970. Services held (Sunday) from Condra Memorial Chapel in Taylor. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Rev. Clyde Majors officiated. Grandsons were pallbearers. She was BORN 1/27/1876 in Montgomery, AL., to M/M. Thomas Amason. Married John Jackson on 2/11/1895. They marked their Diamond Wedding anniversary in February of 1970. The Jacksons resided in Salty and Pleasant Retreat Comm. for many yrs. prior to moving to Taylor in 1940. Member of First Baptist Church of Taylor. SURVIVORS: Husband, J.W. Jackson of Taylor; 6 daughters, Mrs. Belle Jones of Groves, Mrs. Esther Taylor, Mrs. Stella Sheppard, and Mrs. Bernice Owen of Austin, Mrs. Thelma Byrum and Mrs. Maurine McCoy of Taylor; 2 sons, Andrew Jackson of Austin and Clifford Jackson of Sarasota, FL.; 4 sisters, Mrs. May Douglas of Abilene, Mrs. Elida Ross and Mrs. Myrtle Maxwell of Portales, NM. and Mrs. John Henley of Lamesa; brother, Thomas Amason of Abilene; 19 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; 2 great-great-grandchildren.
JACKSON, Mrs. Annie (Fred) of 512 E. 49th St., Austin. Age 93. Died 3/1976 (Friday). Services held (Sunday) at Weed-Corley Funeral Home, Austin. Burial in Austin Memorial Park. Rev. A.J. Carver officiated. She was BORN 1/31/1883. She was a resident of Austin since 1929 and was a member of the Baptist Temple since 1949. Member of the Eastern Star, active in 3 Baptist Churches in Austin in her lifetime. M/M Fred Jackson started the Rosedale Baptist Church in their home. She served on the Pulpit Committee and served as Hostess of the Baptist Temple for 20 yrs. and Honorary Hostess for the past 5 yrs. On Sunday, 2/19/1976, she was honored as the church's outstanding senior member. SURVIVORS: 2 sons, Jodie Jackson and Dauphen Jackson, both of Austin; 3 daughters, Mrs. M.A. (Bessie) Guentzel, Mrs. C.O. (Ellie) Bebee and Mrs. DeHart E. (Elsie) McMillan, Jr., all of Austin; 31 grandchildren, 49 great-grandchildren; 5 great-great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #457-24-2252.
JACKSON, Boyd F. of Rockdale. Age 83. Died 11/1986 (Friday) in Johns Community Hospital in Taylor. Services held (Sunday) in Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in the Salty Cemetery. Milton Pogue, Church of Christ minister, officiated. He was BORN 6/5/1903 in Milam Co. to James Franklin & Willie Mae Williams Jackson. Until his retirement in 1956, Mr. Jackson was the manager of a grocery store in California. Lived in Rockdale for the past 13 yrs. Member of Murray Street Church of Christ. SURVIVORS: Wife, Lenora Jackson of Rockdale; son, Robert Jackson of Rockdale; step-son, August Wenzel of Seguin; daughter, Gloria Barding of Jefferson, MO.; step-daughter, Edna Fay Dietrich of Waco; 11 grandchildren; several great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #460-05-4198. >P
JACKSON, Carlton of Salty Comm. Age 79. Died 3/1/1990 (Friday) at his Salty home after a sudden illness. Services held 3/3 (Sunday) in the Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Rev. Bill Fulton of Trinity United Methodist Church, Thorndale, officiated. He was BORN 11/6/1911 in Salty Comm. to M/M. Clarence Jackson. He was raised in the Salty Comm. and resided a number of years in Port Arthur before moving back to Salty in 1975. Retired in 1975 after a 35-year career with Neches Butane where he was a process operator. Married Juanita Moye on 6/8/1940 in Port Arthur. Member of Trinity United Methodist Church of Thorndale. Preceded in death by his parents and also by his step-mother, Bamma Jackson on 1/14/1955. SURVIVORS: Wife, Juanita Jackson, of Salty; 3 sons, Carlton, Jr. of Salty, Reagan of Georgetown and Lynn Jackson of Southlake; brother, Ervin Jackson of Jasper; 2 sisters, Ruby McClain of Sacramento, CA. and Carol Stubbs of Del Valle; 4 grandchildren, Kerstin Lofton, April Jackson, Daniel Jackson and Stephen Jackson; great-grandchild, Jacob Lofton. (*2)
JACKSON, Cecilia Theresa Schlegel of Austin. Age 79. Died 12/1/1987 (Tuesday). Services held (Thursday) at the Woodlawn Baptist Church. Burial in Forest Oaks Memorial Park. Rev. A.D. Eberhart Rev. Legon Cummings and Rev. Jim Abbington officiated. Harrell Funeral Home in Austin in charge of arrangements. She was BORN c.1908 and was a lifetime resident of Austin. SURVIVORS: Husband, of 54 years, Jodie Jackson; children, Don & Velna Jackson, Bill & Karen Jackson, Terry & Joyce Jackson, Joe Jackson, Alma & Robert Schnautz, Andy & Debra Jackson, and Tommy & Roxann Jackson, all of Austin; 2 sisters, Ruth Thomas and Frances Robinson, both of Austin; 18 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren.
JACKSON, Clifford L. of Sarasota, FL. Age 76. Died 10/14/1987 (Wed.) at Bay Pines Veterans Medical Center. Services held 10/16 (Friday) at Toale Bros. Colonial Chapel and Crematory in Sarasota. He was BORN in Salty, the son of John & Anner Jackson, and grew up in the Pleasant Retreat Comm. Went into the armed services in 1939 and settled in Sarasota, FL. when he came out of the Navy and lived there until his death. Retired chef for several Florida area restaurants. Member of Disabled American Veterans, Chapter 3; VFW post 3233; American Legion Post 266; member of AARP, all of Sarasota; attended St.Mary's Catholic Church. SURVIVORS: Vera M. Jackson; son, Jack L. of Jacksonville, NC.; 3 daughters, Wanda J. Jackson, Annina Sparpana and Dianna Mitchell, all of Sarasota, FL.; brother, Andrew of Austin; 3 sisters, Thelma Byrum of Tyler, Maurine McCoy of Taylor and Bernice Owens of Austin; 2 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren.
JACKSON, Darrell (or Daryl) Lee of Austin. Age 28. Died 11/18/1974 (Monday) of a self-inflicted gunshot wound at the home of his father in Lexington. Services held (Wed.) 11/20 from Phillips & Luckey Funeral Chapel in Rockdale. Burial in family plot in Salty Cemetery near Thorndale. Rev. Gary McManue and Byron E. Reeves officiated. Phillips & Luckey, Rockdale, in charge of arrangements. Darrell was BORN 4/16/1946 in Milam Co., the son of Hubert and Myrtle Bownds Jackson. He attended Thorndale Public School and graduated with the class of 1965. He was a fine athlete and participated in all sports during his high school days. Married Connie Sue Mucha on 4/5/1969 at Taylor. He was an electrician for Columbia Scientific Industry. SURVIVORS: Wife, Connie Sue Jackson of Austin; 2 daughters, Diana Sue and Shanna Marie Jackson of Austin; father, Hubert Jackson of Lexington; step-mother, Mrs. Hubert Jackson of Lexington; 3 sisters, Mrs. Kathryn Ann Grisham of Thorndale; Mrs. Gayle Spates of Houston, Mrs. Renee Barnes of Taylor; 2 brothers, Dwayne Jackson of San Antonio and Frank Lynn Jackson of Lexington; 5 nieces and 4 nephews; number of other relatives. SS Death Benefit on #460-74-7186 under Daryl Jackson.
JACKSON, Dorothy Ann of Austin. Age 61. Died 2/27/1993 (Saturday) following a lengthy illness. Services held 3/1 (Monday) at Cook-Walden Funeral Home, 6100 N. Lamar, Austin. Burial in Hutto Cemetery. She was BORN 12/2/1931 in Hutto, TX, the daughter of Alex and Jennie Martin. Married Dauphen J. Jackson on 12/20/1954. She retired from Texas Dept. of Public Safety, Driver License Division in 12/1991. Memorials may be made to American Lung Asso. SURVIVORS: Devoted husband, Dauphen J. Jackson; 4 sons and 3 daughters-in-law, Martin L. Jackson of Austin, Dauphen C. & Millicent Jackson of Austin, Mark & Darla Jackson of Elgin, John & Leslie Jackson of Pflugerville; a step-daughter, Sharon Kaspar of Austin; step-son, Chris Jackson of Austin; brother, Bill Martin of San Antonio and 3 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit #463-60-1047. (*2)
JACKSON, E. W. of Austin. Age 87. Died 7/5/1983 (Tuesday). Services held 7/7 (Thursday) in the Assumption Mausoleum Chapel. Burial in Assumption Cemetery. Pastor Karl A. Gronberg and Dr. Robert Hurlbut officiated. Weed-Corley Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. He was BORN 8/26/1895 and was an attorney, banker, printer, securities analyst and owner of the Steck Co. He was also a principal of Thorndale High School under the superintendency of Lynn B. Davis around 1915-16. Preceded in death by a son, E.W. Jackson, Jr. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. LaVerne B. Jackson. SS Death Benefit on #449-07-8373.
JACKSON, Mrs. Edna (W. A.) of Brownwood. Age 94. Died 6/11/1980 at Manor Oaks Nursing Home in Rockdale after a lengthy illness. Services held (Friday) at Eastlawn Memorial Park in Brownwood. (Burial not listed). Rev. R.J. Elins officiated. She was BORN 8/22/1886 in Milam Co. to M/M. Thomas E. Westbrook. Married William Andrew Jackson in 1907 at Liberty in Coleman Co. She was a homemaker and lived most of her life in Brown and Coleman Counties. Lived in Rockdale the past 3 yrs. Preceded in death by her husband in 1972 and infant daughter, Inez, in 1909. SURVIVORS: 3 daughters, Mrs. Nell Fry of San Antonio, Mrs. Marvin Swanzy of Milano and Mrs. Osa Carter of Brownwood; 2 brothers, Ervin Westbrook of Houston and Lipscomb Westbrook of Rockdale; 6 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren and a great-great-grandchild.
JACKSON, Elbert Francis of Rockdale. Age 84. Died 8/1964 (Friday) in a Taylor nursing home after a long illness. Services held at Phillips & Luckey Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in Oak Lawn Cemetery at Rockdale. Rev. George Doss officiated. He was BORN 2/3/1881 and a native of Alabama. He had lived most of his life in Texas. SURVIVORS: Mrs. Avy Jackson of Rockdale; 3 daughters, Mrs. Euphia Caywood of Rockdale, Mrs Pauline Williams and Mrs. Evonell McMillan, both of Houston; 2 sons, Obie Jackson and Lester Jackson, both of Rockdale; 3 sisters, Mrs. John Berry and Mrs. Frank Williams, both of Thorndale, Mrs. Ollie Coupland of Rockdale; 12 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; number of nieces and nephews. SS Death Benefit on #450-26-9673.
JACKSON, Elmo of Rockdale. Age 69. Died ?/1974 (Sat. midnight) when he was shot and killed at the Hill Top Club in Rockdale. Murder charges filed against 45-year old, Doris Samuel Page, also of Rockdale. Services held (Thursday) at New Hope Baptist Church. Burial in New Oak Lawn Cemetery. He was a Leon County native, and a retired railroad employee. (Survivors not listed.)
JACKSON, Floyd S. of Rockdale. Age 54. Died 3/1982 (Friday) in the Temple VA Hospital after a short illness. Services held (Sunday) in Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Rev. George Doss officiated. He was BORN 8/22/1927 near Rockdale to M/M. Luther M. & Catherine Storey Jackson. He was a lifelong resident of Rockdale and employed as an oilfield worker. Married Jo Ann Beavers in 1957 in Rockdale. Member of VFW, serving in U.S. Navy during WW-2 from 9/14/1945 to 8/2/1946 and also served in U.S. Army from 9/29/1950 to 9/28/1952. Preceded in death by brother, Conrad Jackson in 10/1980. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Jo Ann Jackson of Rockdale; 2 sons, Randy Jackson of Rockdale and Larry Jackson of Rockdale; mother, Mrs. Luther Jackson of Rockdale; 4 brothers, Van Jackson of Gatesville, Roy Jackson of Galena Park, Hubert Jackson of Lexington and Monora Jackson of Rockdale; 2 sisters, Bernice Caffey of Rockdale and Alta Raye Caffey of San Marcos. SS Death Benefit on #457-30-4555.
JACKSON, Frank of Salty Community. Age (?) Died (?). Burial held (Tuesday) in Salty Cemetery. Rev. J.L. McRae officiated. He was BORN 7/29/1853 in Montgomery, Alabama and came to Texas while a young man and settled in this commuinity. He was a longtime resident of the Salty Comm. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Frank Jackson; 6 children, Mrs. John Berry of Hare, Luther Jackson of Gardner, Elbert Jackson of Hamilton Chapel, Joel Jackson, Mrs. Frank Copeland and Mrs. Frank Williams of Thorndale; brother, A.J. Jackson. Note: His brother, A.J. Jackson died in 1/1938 so Frank died before 1938.
JACKSON, Frank M. of 6403 Shoal Creek, Austin. Age 79. Died 7/18/1983 (Monday).Services held (Wed.) 7/20 in Weed-Corley Funeral Home in Austin. Graveside services held (Wed.) in Fairmount Cemetery, San Angelo. Rev. George Ricker officiated. He was BORN 9/14/1903 and was a former Executive Secretary of the Texas Teachers Retirement System. Memorial to the Alzheimer's Disease (ADARD) of Austin. SURVIVORS: Wife, former Margaret Elliott of Thorndale, now of Austin; son, Frank M. Jackson, Jr. Of Austin; step-son, Raymond E. White of Muncie, IN.; step-daughter, Iris White Baker of Portland, TX.; 8 grandchildren; cousin, Homer Clark of Great Falls, Montana. SS Death Benefit on #449-64-5723.
JACKSON, Harvey of Lexington. Age 78. Died ?/1987 (Thursday) in the Temple VA Hospital after a long illness. Services held (Tuesday) in the Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in the Salty Cemetery. Rev. Donald Dodge of St.John's United Methodist Church officiated. He was BORN 6/17/1909 in the Blue Comm. to M/M. Andy & Rosie Rutheven Jackson. He was a Lexington resident and lifelong resident of Lee Co. Married Lonzora Beard on 3/5/1971 in Cameron. He was a farmer, member of Rockdale VFW Post 6525 and a member of Lexington United Methodist Church. SURVIVORS: Wife, Lonzora Jackson of Lexington; son, Jim Collins of Longview, WA.; 2 daughters, Joyce and Edd Mitchell and Nancy and Jerry Swindel, all of Houston; brother, Lerney Reed of Houston; 2 sisters, Grace Fritcher of Lexington and Ina Smith of Dallas; 13 grandchildren; a great-grandchild. JACKSON, J. D. of Lexington. Age 55. Died 3/20/1990 (Tuesday) in the Audie Murphy Memorial VA Hospital in San Antonio. Graveside services held 3/22 (Thursday) in the Lexington Cemetery. Rev. Steve McConnaughie of Lexington Faith Temple officiated. Phillips & Luckey, Rockdale, in charge of arrangements. He was BORN 8/9/1934 in Lexington to M/M. J.W. (Becky Stowe) Jackson. He was a tugboat cook. Had been a Bastrop resident the last 4 years and was formerly a resident of Houston. Preceded in death by 2 brothers. Member of U.S. Navy for 8 years, from 8/15/1951 to 8/8/1955, and again from 12/17/1956 to 10/27/1960. SURVIVORS: 2 daughters, Rosemary and Deborah of Houston; brother, Charles Jackson of Silsbee; sister, Marilyn Biehle of Lexington; 1 grandchild.
JACKSON, Jesse (Jessie) L. of 408 N. Loop, Austin. Age 55. Died 12/1947 (Sat.) (in paper 12/26/46) in Brackenridge Hospital of head injuries received late Friday in a head-on automobile collision about 10 miles north of Austin. Services held (Sunday). Burial in Salty Cemetery. He was BORN in 1890 in Salty Comm. where he was reared. Also hurt in the accident was wife, Mrs. Jesse Jackson and son, Woodrow Jackson, a student at Lamar College in Beaumont, who was driving the car. Mrs. Woodrow Jackson and Wayne Jackson, another son, were released after reporting to the hospital Friday night. NOTE: 2 additional articles dated 12/27/47 & 12/30/47 - 12/27 article states he is 55 and the article of 12/30 states he is 57. SURVIVORS: Wife; 2 sons, Woodrow Jackson and Wayne Jackson; daughter, Aline Jackson; brothers and sisters, Mrs. Mattie Pinkerton of Milano, Mrs. Alice Pugh of Cameron, Mrs. Ruby Luck of Temple, Mrs. Annie Brown of Orange, Mrs. Laura Cook of Solano, NM., John Jackson of Taylor, Frank Jackson and Clarence Jackson of Rockdale.
JACKSON, Jesse Woodrow of Smiley. Age 57. Died 2/1976 (Thursday) in the Cuero Community Hospital, Cuero, a few hours after being admitted as a patient. Services held (Sunday) at 3 p.m. in the Salty Community Church. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Rev. Clyde Poldrack of Gonzales officiated. (Following his service, funeral services were held at the same church for his cousin Louie Jackson.) Jesse Jackson was BORN 7/23/1918 in Milam Co. to M/M. Jesse W. & Allie Pratt Jackson, Sr. Married Velma Self in Orange, TX. in 1946. He was a principal in the Smiley Public School System and was a former teacher in Thorndale's school. He served in the U.S. Army during WW-2. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Velma Jackson of Smiley; son, Randall Wayne Jackson of Golden, CO.; 2 daughters, Jennifer Jackson of Austin, Debbie Jackson of Smiley; 2 brothers, Wayne Jackson of Austin, Norman Jackson of Dallas; sister, Mrs. Edward Griffin of Austin; mother, Mrs. Allie Pratt Jackson of Austin. SS Death Benefit on #457-24-2031. JACKSON, Joel A. of Salty Community. Age 79. Died ?/1957 (Wed.) following an illness of several years. Services held (Sunday) from Phillips & Luckey Chapel in Rockdale. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Rev. Earl S. Yokley of St.John's Methodist Church of Rockdale officiated. He was BORN 1/19/1878 in Montgomery, Alabama, the son of Frank & Isabelle Jackson. They came to Texas in 1886, when their son was 8 yrs. old. "Jack" as he was called, grew to manhood while living in the Salty Community. Married Sarah Ruthie Ollie Thomas in 1898. Wife preceded him in death in 1945. Mr. Jackson's death occured just 12 yrs. and 2 days later at the exact date of month. Also, 3 children preceded him in death. He was a farmer in the Salty Comm. and other locations in this area. Member of the Methodist Church for long years. SURVIVORS: 3 daughters, Mrs. Oma Bost of Melven, AR., Mrs. Tempie Rutherford of Rockdale, Mrs. Ruby Maloney of Houston; 10 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren; 2 brothers, Elbert and Luther Jackson of Rockdale; 3 sisters, Mrs. Irene Berry, Mrs. Ninnie Williams of Thorndale, Mrs. Ollie Copeland of Rockdale; numerous nieces and nephews.
JACKSON, John W. of Taylor. Age 99. Died 5/5/1973 in Johns Community Hospital, Taylor. He had been ill for several weeks. Services held (Tuesday) from Condra Memorial Chapel in Taylor. Burial in family plot at the Salty Cemetlery. Revs. Howard Buchanan and Clyde Majors officiated. He was BORN 7/5/1873 in Montgomery, Alabama, the son of M/M. Andrew J. & Sarah Thomas Jackson. Came to Texas in his childhood and made his home in Salty. Married Anner Bell Amason on 2/11/1895, she preceded him in death on 6/5/1970. They were married 75 yrs. at the time of her death. He was a retired farmer and moved to Taylor in 1950. Lifelong member of Salty Methodist Church and one of those honored by the church on 8/5/1971. Condra Funeral Directors in charge of arrangements. (This was a card of Thanks.) "We wish to gratefully acknowledge the many kind deeds and expressions of sympathy extended us in the loss of our father, John W. Jackson. Our thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of Johns Community Hospital for their untiring efforts and dedicated concern. Our personal thanks to friends and relatives for the beautiful floral offerings, memorials, cards and food. Our special thanks to Rev. Howard Buchanan and Rev. Clyde Majors for their words of comfort and the Condra Funeral Directors for their kind services rendered. May God bless each of you. The Family of John W. Jackson." Mrs. Jackson preceded him in death in 6/1970, as did a son, Herman. They lived in Taylor for many years. Also preceded in death by 10 brothers and sisters. SURVIVORS: 6 daughters, Mrs. Bell Jones of Orangefiled, Mrs. Ester Taylor, Mrs. Stella Sheppard, and Mrs. Bernice Owens, all of Austin, Mrs. Thelma Byrum of Tyler, and Mrs. Maurine McCoy of Taylor; 2 sons, Andrew Jackson of Austin and Clifford Jackson of Sarasota, FL.; sister, Mrs. Laura Cook of Salano, NM.; 19 grandchildren; 25 great-grandchildren; 3 great-great-grandchildren.
JACKSON, L. F. "Jack" of Austin. Age 37. Died 12/2/1947 (in paper 12/11/1947) at his home following a heart attack. Services held at Cooks Funeral Home Chapel in Austin. Burial in Memorial Park Cemetery. Benediction by Rev. Otis Raines, services conducted by Rev. Harry Pesnell. He was BORN 11/1/1910 and spent most of his life in and near Thorndale. Married on 7/1/1933 to LaVerne Urban, daughter of Mrs. John Urban and the late John Urban, she is also the sister of Mrs. Martin Jenke, all of Thorndale. They had 2 children. He was employed by the Ideal Motor Co. Later they moved to Austin where he owned and operated a service station. Member of St.Paul's Lutheran Church of Thorndale. SURVIVORS: Wife; 2 children, Jacquelyn and Ronny Joe; mother, Mrs. Fred Jackson; 4 sisters, Mesdames: Craig Bebee, Johnny Fuquay, Frank Mongomery and Melvin Guenzel; 5 brothers, Orbie, Jody, Louis, Ladis and Dauphen, all of Austin.
JACKSON, Leon of Houston. Age 35. Died 12/22/1973 (Sat.) in a car wreck. Services and burial in Houston. Son of M/M. Van Jackson of Houston. Cousin of Mrs. Jerry Biar and Mrs. Raymond Leschber.
JACKSON, Lewis W. of Austin. Age 57. Died 8/1970 (in paper 8/20/1970). Services held from Salty Church. Burial in family plot of the Salty Cemetery. Rev. A.D. Eberhart, assisted by Rev. A.J. Carver, officiated. Wilke-Clay Funeral Home of Austin in charge of arrangements. He was BORN 8/30/1912 and reared in Salty Comm., the son of M/M. Fred Jackson. He was a resident of Austin for the past 41 yrs. Preceded in death by 3 brothers and a sister. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Odessa May Jackson of Austin; mother, Mrs. Fred Jackson of Austin; daughter, Mrs. Mayr Lou Jackson of Phoenix, AZ.; son, Charles Jackson of Austin; 3 sisters, Mrs. Bessie Guentzel, Mrs. Ellie Bebee, and Mrs. Elsie Montgomery, all of Austin; 2 brothers, Jodie Jackson and Dauphen Jackson, both of Austin; 3 granddaughters. SS Death Benefit on #454-16-0128.
JACKSON, Louis of Cameron. Age 81. Died ?/1982 (Monday) in Heritage House Nursing Home in Rosebud after an illness of 3 months. Graveside services held (Sat.) in Cameron Rest Cemetery. Phillips & Luckey, Rockdale, in charge of arrangements. He was BORN 5/12/1900 in Texas to Cesar & Littie Hill Jackson. He resided in Cameron for most of his life and was a retired laborer for the Santa Fe Railroad. SURVIVORS: 2 daughters, Bertha Lee Jackson of Houston and Inez Salone of Palo Alto, CA.; sister, Essie Thompson of Lawton, OK. JACKSON, Louis R. "Louie" of Rockdale. Age 64. Died 2/1976 (Sat.) (in paper 2/26/1976) in his sleep at his home in Rockdale. Services held (Sunday) at 4 p.m. (after his cousin's Jesse Woodrow Jackson's services) in the Salty Comm. Church. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Minister Ernie Moore, pastor of the Church of Christ, officiated. He was BORN 8/18/1911 in the Salty Comm. to M/M. J.F (Frank) Jackson. He was employed as an auto salesman. Mr. Jackson was a U.S. Army veteran of WW-2. SURVIVORS: Brother, Boyd F. Jackson of Rt.1, Rockdale. SS Death Benefit on #457-96-2243.
JACKSON, Lucile C. Howe of 111 Payne Ave., Austin. Age 75. Died 1/1976 (Sunday). Services held (Monday) at Pleasant Retreat Methodist Church. Burial in Pleasant Retreat Cemetery. Rev. Jim Willis, pastor of the Pleasant Retreat Methodist Church, assisted in the services. Hyltin-Manor Funeral Home of Austin made the arrangements. She was BORN 12/2/1900 and reared in the Pleasant Retreat Comm. She still has a number of relatives and friends living in this area. SURVIVORS: Husband, Millard A. Jackson of Austin; brother, Elwood Howe of Orange; sister, Mrs. Bernice Gambrell of Austin; several nieces and nephews. SS Death Benefit on #465-22-0955.
JACKSON, Luther M. of Rockdale. Age 77. Died 7/1964. Services held (Tuesday) at the Phillips & Luckey Funeral Chapel in Rockdale. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Rev. George Doss assisted by Rev. Howard Baldwin officiated. Grandsons were pallbearers: Kenneth Caffey, Charles Caffey, Dwayne Jackson, Billy Van Jackson, Maxie G. Jackson , Donnie Jackson and Andy Jackson. He was BORN 2/27/1887 in Alabama the son of M/M. Frank Jackson. With his parents he came to Texas when he was 2 yrs. old. Married Miss Catherine Storey in 1909 who survives him. He was a farmer by vocation and lived in the Salty Comm. and in Rockdale. SURVIVORS: Wife, Catherine Jackson; 2 daughters, Mrs. Claude (Bernice) Caffey and Mrs. C.A. (Alta Ray) Caffey both of Thorndale; 6 sons, Hubert Jackson of Thorndale, Van Jackson of Pasadena, Conrad Jackson and Roy Jackson both of Galena Park, Monroe Jackson and Floyd Jackson, both of Rockdale; brother, Albert of Rockdale; 3 sisters, Mrs. John (Irene) Berry and Mrs. Frank (Ninnie) Williams, both of Thorndale and Mrs Ollie Copeland of Rockdale; 33 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; number of nieces and nephews. SS Death Benefit on #460-66-4313.
JACKSON, Millard Andrew of Austin. Age 93. Died 10/9/1991 (Wed.) in an Austin hospital. Services held 10/11 (Friday) at Hyltin-Manor Funeral Chapel in Austin. Burial in Pleasant Retreat Cemetery south of Thorndale. Rev. Arthur Fray and Rev. Jim Clonninger officiated. BORN 12/24/1897. Member of Northwest Baptist Church in Austin. Retired as an attendant at Austin State School and continued as a volunteer at the school in the Foster Grandparent program. Preceded in death by his wife Lucille Howe Jackson in 1/1976. Memorials to American Lung Asso. SURVIVORS: 3 sisters, Bernice Owen, Thelma Byrum, both of Austin and Maurine McCoy of Taylor; 18 nieces and nephews. SS Death Benefit on #461-22-1609. (*2)
JACKSON, Monora F. of Rockdale. Age 75. Died 7/27/95 (Thursday). Services held 7/31 (Monday) in Phillips & Luckey Chapel. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Rev. Calvin Springer of Rockdale Full Gospel Church officiated. BORN 4/27/1920 in Milam Co. to M/M. Luther M. and Catherine Story Jackson. Married I.B. Bownds Jackson on 3/8/1946 in Cameron. He was a WW-2 veteran, receiving a Bronze Star and Good Conduct Medal. Lifetime member of Disabled American Veterans. His interests included his grandchildren, gardening and travel. Preceded in death by parents and 4 brothers, Conrad, Roy, Floyd and Hubert Jackson. SURVIVORS: Wife, I.B. Jackson of Rockdale; sons and daughters-in-law, Andrew Monora and Betty Jackson of Elgin, Richard Dean and Sherry Jackson of Ada, OK., and John Thomas Jackson of Rockdale; daughters and sons-in-law, Barbara Sue and Billy Needham of Cameron and Rosemary and Chris Gerthe of Rockdale; 11 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. (*2)
JACKSON, Mrs. Myrtis (Hubert) of Taylor. Age 51. Died 11/1970 (Sat.) (in paper 12/3/70) in Johns Community Hospital, Taylor after she was in a head-on collision in the 500 block of E. 4th Street, Taylor. Services held (Monday) from Phillips & Luckey Funeral Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Revs. Nelson Herod and W.A. Tober officiated. She was BORN c. 1919. Mrs. Jackson and Ronald J. Paris were enroute to their jobs at White Auto Store where she was assistant manager. Driver of the other vehicle was Vincent Lopez of Lubbock. His passenger, Luis G. Guaredo of Temple, was injured and hospitalized at Scott & White, Temple. Paris hospitalized at Taylor. Lopez not injured. Mrs. Jackson was a member of the Trinity United Methodist Church of Thorndale. SURVIVORS: Husband, Hubert Jackson of Thorndale; mother, Mrs. Ira Jack Bounds of Rockdale; 3 sons, Dwayne Jackson of New Braunfels, Darryl Jackson of Taylor and Lynn Jackson of Thorndale; 3 daughters, Mrs. Lester (Kathryn Ann) Grisham of Thorndale, Mrs. Jack (Frances Gail) Spates of Houston and Renee Jackson of Thorndale; 3 sisters, Mrs. Roy Jackson of Galena Park, Mrs. M.F. Frederick of Houston and Mrs. M.F. Jackson of Rockdale; 3 brothers, Bud Bounds of Seguin, Mode Bounds of Parish, LA., J. Woody Bounds of Rockdale; 11 grandchildren, number of nieces and nephews.
JACKSON, Norman of Dallas. Age 60. Died 1/3/1983 (Monday) at his office at a bank in Dallas. Memorial service held (Wed.) in Dallas and another service was held (Thursday) in the Baptist Church in Marquez. Burial in Marquez Cemetery. Dr. Clyde Majors of Howard Payne Univ. officiated. He was BORN 9/30/1922. He was preceded in death by a brother, Wayne, in 12/1982. SURVIVORS: Wife, Dorothy Seale Jackson of Dallas; son, Charles Jackson of Duncanville; sister, Mrs. Allyne Griffin of Austin; 1 grandson. Attending the services in Marquez on Thursday were Thomas Towery of Austin and his mother, Mrs. Lavada Towery and Mrs. Iva Lee Graham, both of Thorndale; M/M. Mark Towery and Mrs. Norma Caffey and Carleton Jackson. SS Death Benefit on #455-28-6679.
JACKSON, Obie Frederick of 426 Brady Lane, Austin. Age 65. Died 10/1968 (Wed.) in a local hospital. Services held (Friday) at Weed-Corley Home in Austin. Burial in Forest Oaks Cemetery, Austin. Minister Basil Shilling officiated. He was BORN 5/17/1903, son of M/M. Fred Jackson of the Salty Comm. and was owner/operator of the Austin Credit Co. for 26 yrs. Member of Univ. Church of Christ. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Pearl C. Jackson; 2 sons, Jiles W. Jackson and Ken G. Jackson; daughter, Mrs. Dorothy D. Taft; mother, Mrs. Fred Jackson; 3 sisters, Mrs. Melvin Guentzel, Mrs. Frank Montgomery and Mrs. Craig Bebee; 3 brothers, Jodie Jackson, Dauphen Jackson and Lewis Jackson, all of Austin; 7 grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #455-14-0417.
JACKSON, Obie L. of Rockdale. Age 76. Died 7/3/1988 (Sunday) in the Temple VA Hospital after being in failing health for nearly a year. Service held (Tuesday) 7/5 in Phillips & Luckey Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in Oak Lawn Cemetery. Rev. Alvis Coleman of Caldwell officiated. He was BORN 3/25/1912 in Robertson Co. to M/M. Elbert & Avy Isbell Jackson. Married Lillian B. Yoakum on 11/24/1934 in Rockdale. He was a lifelong Rockdale resident and a retired carpenter. Member of the Methodist Alliance and the VFW Post 6525, also veteran of U.S. Army during WW-2. Preceded in death by 3 brothers and a daughter. SURVIVORS: Wife, Lillian Jackson of Rockdale; 2 sons, Travis Jackson of Fairfield and Sam Jackson of Arlington; brother, Lester Jackson of Cameron; 3 sisters, Pauline Williams of Rockdale, Eutha Caywood of Rockdale and Evonell McMillian of Jacinto City; 5 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #451-12-6002.
JACKSON, Ray L. of Houston. Age 74. Died 7/8/1975 (Tuesday) (in paper 7/24/1975) in Methodist Hospital in Houston after a long illness. Services held (Thursday) 7/10 in Phillips & Luckey Chapel, Rockdale. Burial in Sand Grove Cemetery. Jehovah's Witness minister, George Fitzgerald, officiated. He was BORN 1/17/1901 to M/M. Burel Jackson. He was a resident of Milano until 1951 until he moved to Houston where he resided until his death. Married Eva Woolverton on 9/6/1924 in Cameron. Member of Jehovah's Witness Church. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Eva Jackson of Houston; son, Ray Laverne Jackson of Beaumont; brother, George Jackson of Milano; 3 sisters, Mrs. Hadee Ueckert of Buckholts, Mrs. Thelma Harelica of Buckholts and Mrs. Zelma Baggett of Milano. SS Death Benefit on #453-40-0661 under Bay Jackson.
JACKSON, Ross of 4531 Ave. "C", Austin. Age 56. Died 5/1976 (Sat.) (in paper 5/20/1976). Services held (Tuesday) at First Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Austin. Burial info not listed. Weed-Corley Funeral Directors, Austin, in charge of arrangements. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mrs. Margarette Walton Jackson of Austin; son, Bob Jackson of Round Rock; daughter, Mrs. D.L. (Linda) Thomas of San Antonio; brothers, Willard Jackson of Little River, A. Nelson Jackson of Austin; sisters, Mrs. Raymond (Eva) Melton of Hutto, Mrs. Logan (Inez) Melton of Austin, Mrs. J.B. (Zora) Fulcher, Mrs. Paul (Elizabeth) Cosby, both of Houston; 5 grandchildren.
JACKSON, Ruby of Georgetown. Age 80. Died 9/7/1989. BORN 11/15/1909. Husband was the late Laddis Jackson. (*2)
JACKSON, Samuel Tilton of Panama City. Age 62. Died 1/1988. Services held 2/1/1988 in Jehovah's Witness Kingdom Hall of Panama City. FL. Burial in Garden of Memories Cemetery. He was BORN 3/2/1925 in Washington Co., FL. and was a resident of Panama City, FL. SURVIVORS: Wife, Mariah Jackson of Panama City, FL.; 4 daughters, JoAnn Bradford of Rockdale, Glenda Harper of Knoxville, TN., Nettie Jones of Fort Wayne, IN., and Wanda McNeil of Mary Ester, FL.; son, Samuel T. Jackson, Jr. of North Lauderdale, FL.; 4 brothers, Jesse E. Jackson of Orlando, FL., Henry A. Jackson of Pensacola, FL., John L. Jackson of Miami, FL., and Lawrence C. Jackson of Panama City, FL.; 4 sisters, Gertrude Carter and Eulene Green of Panama City, Naomi Jackson of Riviera Beach, FL., and Mary Leola Becton of West Palm Beach, FL.; his mother-in-law, Rosa Lee Pittman of Jacob, FL.; 18 grandchildren and numerous other relatives. SS Death Benefit on #261-22-3350.
JACKSON, Mrs. Sarah J. (A. J.) of Rockdale. Age 89. Died 7/13/1938, the body brought "here" until Friday. Services held from Salty Church, 10 miles southwest of Rockdale on Friday p.m. She was BORN in 1849, nee Sarah Jane Thomas. She was a native of Jacksonville, FL. and came from Montgomery, AL., with her husband, A.J. Jackson, a Confederate veteran, to Milam Co. 62 yrs. ago and settled in Salty Comm. M/M. Jackson celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary in 1936 (married c 1866). The following year a similar honor was shown them at the Salty church, where they had served as superintendent and Sunday school teacher, respectively, for more than 20 yrs. Mr. Jackson, age 93, preceded her in death in 1/1938. SURVIVORS: John Jackson of Thorndale; Frank and Clarence Jackson of Salty, Fred Jackson of Austin, Jessie Jackson of Thrall, Mrs. D.A. (Annie) Brown of Orange, Mrs. Alice Pugh of Cameron, Mrs. Ruby Lusk of Temple, Mrs. Laura Cooke of Salano, NM., Mrs. O.F. Towery, Mrs. D.H. Jinks, and Mrs. Mattie Pinkerton of Milano.
JACKSON, Mrs. Violet McVoy Bownds of Lexington. Age 71. Died 9/1986 (Thursday) in Richards Memorial Hospital after a long illness. Services held (Sat.) in the First Baptist Church in Lexington. Burial in Lexington Cemetery. Revs Reuel Cooper, Vernon Ports, and Orvill Roberts officiated. She was BORN 10/10/1914 in Tanglewood, the daughter of Robert Bruce & Hattie Davis McVoy. Married Ross Bownds on 12/2/1937 and he preceded her in death in 1971. Married Hubert Jackson on 4/10/1972 in Thorndale. Mrs. Jackson was a retired secretary, having worked at Lexington High School for many years. SURVIVORS: Husband, Hubert Jackson of Lexington; step-sons, Dwayne Jackson of Seguin and Lynn Jackson of Caldwell; daughters, Karen Bownds Dalen and granddaughter, Jaclyn Dalen, both of Lexington; step-daughters, Kathryn Grisham of Thorndale, Gayle Spates and Renee Mitchell, both of Houston; sisters, Pansey Lynn and Maurine Brown, both of Lexington, Greta Moore of Waco and Flora Ellis of Rockdale; 16 step-grandchildren; 7 tep-great-grandchildren. SS Death Benefit on #466-05-1382. JACKSON, Wayne of Austin. Age 67. Died 11/1982 (Sunday) at his Austin home after a long illness. Service held (Wed.) at the Salty Community Church. Burial in Salty Cemetery. Rev. Edwin Wilder of Trinity United Methodist Church officiated. Phillips & Luckey Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. He was BORN 1/16/1915 in Salty to M/M. Jess & Allie Stiles Jackson. Former employee of Univ. of Texas Chemistry Lab., having retired in 6/1980. He was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church of Austin and a veteran of WW-2. SURVIVORS: include, brother, Norman Jackson, Dallas; sister, Allyn Griffin of Austin. SS Death Benefit on #454-42-0605.
JACKSON, Mrs. Willie V. of Granger. Age 86. Died 12/1972 (Monday) (in paper 12/14/1972) in a Taylor hospital following a lingering illness. Services held (Thursday) from Condra Funeral Home in Granger. Burial in Granger City Cemetery. Brother Clyde Majors of Waco officiated. She was BORN in 1886, the former Willie Teague. SURVIVORS: 4 daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Crosby and Mrs. Zora Fulcher of Houston, Mrs. Eva Melton of Hutto and Mrs. Inez Melton of Austin; 3 sons, Nelson Jackson and Ross Jackson, both of Austin and Willard Jackson of Little River; 17 grandchildren; 36 great-grandchildren. Jimmie Melton of Thorndale is one of the grandchildren and Mrs. Tom Teague also of Thorndale was a sister-in-law.
Created on 3 Mar 2005 and last revised on _________ 2005