Rites Held For Charlie Finch
Funeral services for Charlie Finch, a cotton ginner for 34 years and a constable in precinct three in Spur for eight years was held Friday in the First Methodist Church. Rev. William McReynolds officiated, assisted by Rev. W. L. Kite, pastor of the First Baptist Church.
Mr. Finch died at his home in Spur, April 6, 1961. He first came to Dickens County in 1924 from Kent County where he had resided since 1910. He was born in Jones County, 1891. he was a member of the First Baptist Church. He was 70 years old.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lillie May Finch; two sons, William Finch, Porterville, CA; Otis Finch, Seagraves; two brothers, Henry Finch, Porterville, CA; Wylie Finch, Rotan and one sister, Mrs. Laura Fuller, Jayton.
One daughter preceded him in death in 1919. Two grandchildren also survive. Pallbearers included D.E. Woodward, Arner Watson, H.E. Witt, Johnny Scudder, Wayne Beadle, and Olan Daughtery. Interment was in Spur Cemetery, Campbell´s Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
©The Texas Spur, April 13, 1961From the records of Lillian Grace Nay; submitted by Kay Laster
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