Funeral services for J.B. Morrow were held Sunday, March 18, in the Spur Church of Christ. Conducting the services was C.V. Allen who was assisted by R.C. Copeland.
Pallbearers were Burleigh Grimes, Clifford Bird, Pat Fletcher, Gene Roberts, R.I.Bell and Charles Scott.
Morrow was born at Waxahatchi, Texas Feb. 25, 1890 and died March 16, 1956 at 3 a.m. In 1922 he wed Grace Jobe in a ceremony held in Chikasha, Okla. In January 6, 1924 they came to Dickens County making their home in Spur.
Surviving Morrow are his wife; a son, Winford of Lubbock; a daughter, Mrs. Aline Hurst of Buckeye, Ariz.; three brothers, Clyde, Thurmond and Ray all of Spur; two sisters, Mrs. P.E. Wann of Bryan, Texas and Mrs. W.S. Sanders of Duncan, Okla.
Morrow was a veteran of World War I
Chandler's Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
©The Texas Spur, March 22, 1956
Services were held at 2 p.m. December 7,1991 in the First Baptist Church, Spur, for Rena Grace Morrow, 99. Church pastor, Rev. Genoa Goad officiated.
Burial was in Spur Memorial Cemetery under direction of Campbell Funeral Home.
Mrs. Morrow died about 8:45 p.m. December 4 in Good Samaritan Nursing Home, Denton. Death was ruled as due to natural causes.
She was born in Indian Territory, Oklahoma but had lived most of her life in Dickens County. She married J.B. Morrow in Oklahoma in 1921. He preceded her in death in 1956.
Mrs. Morrow was a homemaker.
Survivors include one son, Wayne Morrow, Justin; a daughter, Alene Hurst, Rankin; seven grandchildren, six great grandchildren and one great great grandchild.
©The Texas Spur, December 12, 1991
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