Friday - January 10, 1913
MRS. PUTMAN DEAD
After a short illness Mrs. Bettie Putman died at her home in Arlington Sunday, December 29th 1912, at 3:30 p.m. aged 73 years. She had lived here a long time and her sterling character and Christian virtues endeared her to a large circle of friends and relatives. She was a member of the Central Baptist Church and had been a member of the church since she was 17 years old.
The funeral services were conducted Monday, December 30th, at 1:30 p.m. by pastor, Rev. B.A. Owen, assisted by Rev. P.C. Scott, of the First Baptist Church and Rev. P. H. Wilkerson, Southwestern Agent of the American Sunday School Union. Interment was in the cemetery at Johnson Station. She leaves a splendid son and four sisters.
Friday - January 17, 1913
DEATH OF MRS. ROSSER
On Thursday of last week our citizens were shocked and inexpressibly grieved to learn of the death of Mrs. A.G. Rosser, wife of the Chief Dispatcher Rosser of the Interurban; who died at 6:15 o'clock Thursday evening, after a brief illness.
Mrs. Rosser was a lovely character, esteemed and beloved by a large circle of acquaintances and friends. The remains were prepared for burial by the Milton Undertaking Co., after which they were conveyed to Hamilton, Texas, former home of deceased, for interment.
Friday - January 31, 1913
AN OLD PIONEER GONE
Edward Tracy, aged 89 years, died early Wednesday morning at the home of Mr. Owen Finlen, in the Randle Mills community. The body was prepared for burial by Hugh M. Moore, of the Smith Furniture and Undertaking Co., after which funeral services were held, conducted by Rev. Father Nolan of Fort Worth, and the remains of the old veteran were tenderly laid to rest in the Randle Mills cemetery. Deceased came from Ireland when a small boy, and had been a resident of Tarrant County for many years. He leaves a wide circle of friends to mourn his departure.
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