Edward Franklin Fuqua and Edna Elizabeth Fuqua
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Funeral services were held Friday at 3 p.m. in the Spur Church of Christ, for Mrs. Edna Elizabeth Fuqua, 79.

Dell Young officiated at the service and was assisted by Cleston Pritchett.

Mrs. Fuqua died Wednesday, May 10, in the Crosbyton hospital, following an illness of about eleven months.

A member of the Church of Christ, she came to Dickens County in 1899, she was married in Clairemont in 1906.

Survivors include her husband, Ed Fuqua, of Spur; a daughter, Mrs. Lois Howell, Spur; five foster sons (grandsons), Charles Stoneman and Alvis Stoneman, both of Spur; Aubrey Stoneman, Roswell, N. M.; and Wendell Stoneman, Lubbock; two sisters, Mrs. John Roten, Wharton; Mrs R. L. Benson, Spur; one brother, Elmer Cross, Spur; six grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren.

©The Texas Spur, 1967
From the records of Elsie Shoults Spain, submitted by June Fitzgerald Scott

Funeral services were held Wednesday for Edward Franklin Fuqua, 89, in Spur Church of Christ with Dell Young officiating; he was assisted by Cleston Pritchett.

Mr. Fuqua died in the Kent County Nursing Home, June 20, following a lengthy illness.

A resident of Dickens County since 1891, he was a retired cattle rancher. He had made his home in Spur since 1958.

He was a member of the Church of Christ.

His wife preceded him in death on May 10, this year.

Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Lois Howell, Spur; five grandsons, all raised by him and his wife, Charles and Wendell Stoneman, Lubbock; Kenneth and Alvis Stoneman, Spur and Aubrey Stoneman, Roswell, N. M.; two sisters, Mrs. Audrey Grubbs, Spur and Mrs. Riley Smith, Post; 11 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren.

Pallbearers included J. B. Morrison, George Austin, Luther Spain, Abb Smith, Alex Fry, Jay Austin, Glen Smith and Buddy Hoover.

Internment was in Red Mud Cemetery.

©The Texas Spur, 1967
From the records of Elsie Shoults Spain, submitted by June Fitzgerald Scott


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