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The Hamilton Herald-News     Hamilton County, Texas
9 September 1993

Jerry W. Allred, a retired employee of General Dynamics, now Lockheed Fort Worth, died Sept. 3 at Fort Worth hospital after a heart attack. He was 65.
Funeral services were Sept. 7 at Shannon TCU Funeral Chapel. Graveside service was in Indian Gap Cemetery.
Mr. Allred was born in Oklahoma and moved to Fort Worth in 1944. He was supervisor of travel services at GD before retirement in 1987.
He was a member of University Baptist Church, General Dynamics Retirement Club and Squaw Creek Gold Club.
Survivors are his wife, Edie Allred of Benbrook; a son, J. Kent Allred of Hurst; two brothers, Jack Allred of Fort Worth and Sam Allred of Corpus Christi; two sisters, Freida Fuller and Tommie Johnson, both of Fort Worth; and Dale and Sue Harris of Robinson, Lorene Harris of Bellmead and Lillian Bilton, Martha and Robert Williams and Mary Mayfield, all of Hamilton.

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The Hamilton Herald-News    Hamilton County, Texas  

25 July, 1996

 Frank James "Jim" Anderson, 83, died Sunday, July 21, at St. Paul's Hospital in Dallas after an extended illness.
Services were Tuesday, July 23, at Riley Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Wesley Jones officiating. Burial was in Indian Gap Cemetery.
Mr. Anderson was born Sept. 14, 1912, in Indian Gap, the son of Tence Ernest and Bessie Ann ["] Strain Anderson. He was married to Mary Kathryn Tracy on Jan. 19, 1965, in Dallas.
He worked in the maintenance department of Texas Instruments and was a Baptist.
Survivors include his wife, Mary Anderson of Dallas; a son, James Anderson of Abilene; four daughters, Pat Williams of Limestone, Tenn., Chris of Corpus Christi, Kay Ashmore of Dallas and Shirley Price of Midwest City, Okla.; a sister, Jo Swindle of Houston; a brother, Bill Anderson of Houston; and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren

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Minnie Pearl Barnett, 90, died Sept. 6 at Hamilton General Hospital.

Services were Sept. 8 at Riley Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Ed Wright officiating. Burial was at Indian Gap.

Mrs. Barnett was born July 22, 1909 at Water Valley, the daughter of George Washington and Josephine Lowrance.

She was married to Dee H. Barnett on Sept. 21, 1927 and made her home in the Indian Gap community for many years before moving to Hamilton. She was a member of the Littleville Baptist Church.

She is preceded in death by her husband, one sister and one brother.

Survivors include her children, Evelyn Shely of Hamilton, Dorothy Menzdorf of Dallas and Dee G. Barnett of Garland; five grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.



The Hamilton Herald-News June 30, 2005 

Lillie Mavis (Newton) Lee Bartlett died June 28 in Bed-ford. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. July 2 in the Ri-ley Funeral Home Chapel with burial following in Indian Gap, Cemetery. She was born Jan. 24, 1919 in the Pottsville community of Hamilton County, the daughter of the O.O.O. Newton and Gertrude Christian Newton. 

She was married to Owen Lee and after his death she later married James Bartlett who also precedes her in death. 

She worked as a bookkeeper for Lawson Implement for many years and then the Evant School. She was a member of the Church of Christ. 

She is preceded in death by her husbands, Owen Lee and James Bartlett and three sisters, Zona Bullard, Leota Glover and Mary Newton. 

Survivors include six children, John Lee of Branson, MO, Don Lee of Little Rock, Ark., Debra Lee Fleming of Bedford, Diana Jones of Waxahachie, TX., Dina Pilley of College Station, Kathy Raibourn of Bedford; 19 grandchildren and one sister, Ozzie Dean Hornsby of Lubbock. 

Pallbearers were Michael Fleming, Wade Jones, Courtney Raibourn, Nathan Gilmore, Mathew Whiteside and Chad Baize. Honorary pallbearers were Glen Carlock and Christopher Baize. Family visitation will be at the funeral home at 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday evening. 
Riley Funeral Home


The Hamilton Herald-News February 10, 2005 

Charlie Brannan Sr., 81, of Waxahachie, formerly of Comanche, died Feb. 4 in the Selet Specialty Hospital in Desota. 

Funeral services were held at First Baptist Church of Comanche Feb. 5 with Mr. Brannan’s nephew, Pastor Charles Partin, officiating and Dr. Van Christian assisting. Burial followed in Indian Gap. 

He was born Dec. 12, 1923 in Indian Gap, the son of the late Gus Brannan and Ora Neighbors Brannan. He was married to Vern Ell Starr on May 10, 1947 in Longview. Mr. Brannen was a graduate of Le Toureneau College and had been a vocational agriculture teacher at Texas A&M University and at Texas State Technical Institute. In addition, he was a sponsor for the Royal Ambassadors of the First Baptist Church of College Station as well as Teaching Sunday school classes through the years. After retiring from Texas State Technical Institute in 1979, he and his wife moved back to Possum Ranch in Comanche. 

Survivors include his wife, Vern Ell Brannan; a daughter, Linda Ledford of Waxahachie; two sons, C. Wade Brannan and wife Annette of Irving; 12 great-grandchildren; a sister, Oleta Partin of Brady and a brother, Warren G. Brannan of Groesbeck. 
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Johny Bill Brannan, 86, of Breckenridge, died Dec. 20, 2001. Funeral services will be held Dec. 24 at 10 a.m. at Elliott Street Church of Christ with Jim Box, minister officiating. Graveside funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. at Indian Gap Cemetery in Hamilton County. 

He was born April 28, 1915 in Indian Gap. He grew up in Indian Gap and graduated from Hamilton High School in 1933. Mr. Brannan attended Tarleton State College for two years, graduating in 1936. 

He was married to Dorothy Anne Cox in Stephenville on Oct. 30, 1937. They moved to Breckenridge from Eastland in December 1947. He was a professional civil engineer, having worked for the Texas Department of Public Transportation as a resident engineer, retiring in 1981 after 44 years. Mr. Brannan was a member of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers and the National Society of Professional Engineers. He served the Abilene Chapter of the Texas Society of Professional Engineers as president for one year and as director for a number of years. He was a former member of the Breckenridge Chamber of Commerce, having served as president for one year. He was Breckenridge Citizen of the Year in 1973 and member of Elliott Street Church of Christ where he had served as elder since 1953. He was preceded in death by his parents. 

Survivors include his wife of Breckenridge; two daughters, Judith Anne Johns of Breckenridge and Jayton and Johnice Garner and husband Robert of Graham; four grandchildren, Darin Kimbrough Johns of Ballinger, Erich Brannan Johns of Vernon, Johny Thomas Garner of College Station and Robin Ann Garner of Tulsa, Okla; two great-grandchildren, Landon Johns and Lance Johns, both of Ballinger; two brothers, Charley W. Brannan of Indian Gap and Warren Brannan of Grosebeck; two sisters, Oletha Partin of Brady and Mattie Lu Wiles of Fort Worth. Pallbearers will be the deacons of Elliott Street Church of Christ, Mike Cox, Randy Thurman, John Tolbert, Terry Dye, Dan Howk, Phil Dye, Bobby Herrington, Brian Masters, Wesley Howk and Coby Dye. 

Honorary pallbearers will be the elders of Elliott Street Church of Christ, Vic Verett, Ed Rogers, Dale Lewis, Jimmy Dye, Tommy Wolfe and Leroy Stegemoller. Morehart Mortuary


The Hamilton Herald-News, January 8, 2004

Daisy Earline Brown, 86, died Jan. 2, 2004 at Hamilton. Graveside funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Jan. 3 at the Indian Gap Cemetery with Dick Stovall officiating. 

Mrs. Brown was born September 29, 1917 at Indian Gap. She was the daughter of the late Wiley Rufus Clements and Daisy Ann Nanny Clements. 

On Nov. 11, 1942 at Hamilton she was married to Otto Brown who preceded her in death on June 15, 1989. She is also preceded in death by two brothers and one sister. 

Mrs. Brown was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great grandmother. She worked in the nursing homes for many years as a nursing aide assisting the elderly. 

Survivors include four children, Wiley Brown of Seattle, Wash., Ardis Brown, Rodney Brown and Mike Brown of Hamilton; three grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; a sister, Avis Anglin of Fort Worth and a number of nieces and nephews. 

Riley Funeral Home

According to Hamilton County Marriage Record Bk. 10, p. 483, Daisy Earline Clements married Otto Brown on 11/23/1942.


The Hamilton Herald-News        August 1, 2001

Bobby J. Elam, 69 of Stephenville died July 27 in a local nursing Home. Graveside services were held July 30 at Indian Gap Cemetery with Rev. James Ballard officiating. 

She was born Dec. 7, 1932 in Hamilton and was married to George Washington Elam on Dec. 24, 1990. He preceded her in death in 1992. 

She was a retired factory worker from Walls Manufacturing and she was a Methodist. 

She was preceded in death by a son, Dennis Wayne Wells on Feb. 1, 1997. Survivors include her son, Ronnie Lee Wells and three grandchildren. 
Lacy Funeral Home


The Hamilton Herald-News 07/27/2000 

Etta Mae Harris, 101, died at the Forest Oaks Nursing Home Sunday morning July 23. Funeral services were 10 a.m. Wed., July 26 at the Riley Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Wright Price and Rev. Alan Gilbert officiating. 

Miss Harris was born May 26, 1898 at Indian Gap. She was the daughter of the late Obe and Ella Spivey Harris. She was a homemaker and a member of the Pottsville Baptist Church. 

One sister, Willow Dean Williams of Hamilton, and one brother, Hubert Harris of Rt. 2, Hamilton, and a number of nieces and nephews survive her. 

Pallbearers were Bert Williams, Brent Williams, Obey James Harris, O.B. Harris, Josh Harris and Ronnie Harris.



The Hamilton Herald-News    Hamilton County, Texas

21 April, 1977

Harold E. Harris, 48, of Salinas, Calif., formerly of Hamilton, died Monday, April 11, in Santa Clara, Calif. He had been ill about one year.
Funeral services were held in Riley Funeral Chapel, Hamilton, at 2 p.m. Thursday, April 14. Rev. Ron Horton officiated. Burial was in Indian Gap Cemetery.
Mr. Harris was born at Indian Gap March 21, 1929, son of Mrs. Susan Margaret (Evans) Harris and the late W. V. Harris (William Virgil "Virg" Harris, Sr.). He was a veteran of World War ll and the Korean Conflict, serving in the Air Force from which he later retired.
He lived in Salinas for nine years where he was employed as a refrigeration engineer. He was a member of the Salinas Moose Lodge No. 1165, the San Benito Pilots Association of Hollister and the Bethel Southern Baptist Church. He was married July 14, 1967.
His wife, Mrs. Norma (Fentress) (Winters) Harris of Salinas, survives him. Other survivors include his mother, Mrs. Susan Harris of Hamilton; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Carlene Higginbotham of Germany, Mrs. Sharon Macias and Mrs. Eva Corona, both of Sacramento, Calif.; two stepsons, Larry Winters of Kingsburg, Calif., and Ricky Winters of San Jose, Calif.; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Mayfield of Hamilton, Mrs. Martha Dunn of Bossier City, La., Mrs. Lillian Bilton of Mercedes, and Mrs. Edith Allred of Fort Worth; two brothers, W. V. Harris Jr. and Dale Harris, both of Waco; and seven step grandchildren.
Pallbearers were George Taylor, Matt Harris, Jim Harris, Steve Strickland, Mark Strickland and Don Hopp.

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The Hamilton Herald-News July 28, 2005 

Dakota Leigh Hopper, 16, died at her home July 19, 2005. Funeral services were held July 22 at Riley Funeral Home Chapel. Burial was at Indian Gap Cemetery. Dakota was born June 22, 1989 in Stephenville, the daughter of Jason Hopper and Tammy Smith Hopper. 

She attended Priddy High School where she would have been a junior. She was active in sports, playing basketball and running track. She wrote poetry, was twice published in Young Poets Speak Out and she was listed in the Who’s Who of America. Dakota enjoyed the great outdoors, riding the four-wheeler and talking to her many friends on the computer. 

Survivors include her parents, Tammy and Dale Miles of Mullin and Jason and Barbara Hopper of Hamilton; four brothers, Dylan Miles and Trampus Miles, both of Mullin, River Hopper and Blake Cross of Hamilton; a sister, Summer Hopper of Hamilton; maternal grandparents, Milt and Celeste Smith of Brownwood; grand-parents, Kenneth and Pam Hohertz of Priddy, Mary Roberts and the late Larry Roberts and Pete and Carrie Miles of Goldthwaite; great-grand-parents, Bettie Perkins of Bangs, Edwin Perkins of Ebony, Lela Smith of Brownwood; paternal grandparents, David and Kay Hopper of Indian Gap; great-grandparents, Lee and Edna Hopper of Indian Gap and the late Paul and Mary Jones of Hamilton and a host of other relatives and friends. 

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The Hamilton Herald-News, October 28, 2004 

Edith Lillian Horner, 90, died Oct. 19, 2004 at Hamilton. Funeral services were held at Oct. 22 in the Riley Funeral Home Chapel with Chris Frizzell, Dick Stovall and George Tolbert officiating. Burial followed in Indian Gap Cemetery at Indian Gap. 

Mrs. Horner was born October 31, 1913 in Dallas County, the daughter of Walter and Bell Lemon Stewart. 

She was married to Ernest Lee Horner on Dec. 23, 1929 at Sidney. She was a devoted and loving companion and helpmate to her husband who preceded her in death on September 1, 1998. She was a loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was a member of the Park Heights Church of Christ where she helped in whatever capacity that was needed. 

Survivors include a son, Glen Horner and wife Betty of Hamilton; a daughter-in-law, Lind Horner of Hamilton; four grandchildren, Bobby Horner, Deborah Miller, Shawn Horner, Sharla Bass; four great-grandchildren, Jerod Horner, Megan Horner, Betsy Miller and Aubree Bass; two sisters, Mildred Burns of Hamilton and Juanita Partin of Priddy. 

She is preceded in death by her parents, one son, Ray Horner; a sister, Elsie Poston and a brother, Marvin Stewart. 

Pallbearers were Pete Jordan, Gene Payne, Dennis Ensor, Jim Adams, Billy Cole and Jerry Moser. 
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Ernest Lee Horner, 87, died Tuesday, Sept. 1, at Hamilton Health Care Center.

Services were Saturday, Sept. 5, at Riley Funeral Home Chapel with George Tolbert and Jim Sullenger officiating. Burial was in Indian Gap Cemetery.

Mr. Horner was born Nov. 17, 1910, in Zephyr, the son of Levi and Alice McCullough Horner. He lived his early life in Brown County. He was married to Edith Stewart on Dec. 23, 1929, at Sidney. They moved to Hamilton County in 1931 and to Hamilton in 1955. He was a long time farmer and carpenter. He was a member of Park Heights Church of Christ.

He was preceded in death by a son, Ray Horner, a sister and five brothers.

Survivors include his wife, Edith Horner of Hamilton; a son, Glenn Horner and wife Betty of Hamilton; a daughter-in-law, Lynda Horner of Hamilton; a brother, Virl Horner of the Grovernor community of Brown County; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.

Pallbearers were Dennis Ensor, Plank Wilson, Jim Adams, Charles Niemann, Syl Dyer and Jack Davidson. Honorary pallbearers were Dulan Newton, Earl Pennington, Buford Olson and Dr. Ping N. Tan.



The Hamilton Herald-News 07/15/2004 

Mary Susan Mayfield, 93, passed away in Brownwood June 30, 2004. Funeral services were held in the First Baptist Church in Hamilton with Rev. Keith Felton officiating. Burial followed in Indian Gap Cemetery. 

She was born on May 24, 1911, the son of W.V. and Susan Harris in Ballinger. 

She graduated from McGregor High School as valedictorian of her class and attended one year of college at Daniel Baker in Brownwood while working her way through school by babysitting and housekeeping for a local family. She loved school and learning. 

She was married to Bert Mayfield in Hamilton on July 19, 1931. To this union two daughters were born, Margaret and Bertie. 

Mary went on to get her LVN license in 1966 and worked at the Hamilton County Hospital for 22 years. She loved her work and enjoyed meeting the people of the community. She loved First Baptist Church in Hamilton where she was a member for 25 years. Mrs. Mayfield moved to Early and lived with her daughter, Bertie in 1966. She spent time each year with her other daughter and family, Margaret in California. 

Survivors include her daughters, Margaret and husband R.T. Bedell of Norco, Calif. and Bertie Hopper of Early; a sister, Lillian Bilton of Hamilton; Edie Allred of Fort Worth and a brother, Dale Harris and wife Sue of Waco; 13 grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. 

She was preceded in death by her brothers, W.V. Harris Jr., Harold Harris and her identical twin sister Martha Dunn Williams. 

Pallbearers were Alan Hopper, Bryan Hopper, Mark Strickland, Cortney Hopper, R.T. Bedell and Chris Koonce. 

Riley Funeral Home


The Hamilton Herald-News          September 2, 2004

Annie Alma Marwitz Roberts, 86, died August 27, 2004 in Temple. Funeral services were held August 30 in the Riley Funeral Home chapel in Hamilton with Rev. David Ozmun officiating. Burial followed in the Indian Gap Cemetery. 

She was born September 9, 1917 in the Indian Gap Community of Hamilton County where she had been a lifetime resident. She was the daughter of Ewald August Marwitz and Emma Augusta Reinert. She was married to Willie Ferguson Roberts on August 12, 1936 at Indian Gap. He preceded her in death on April 14, 1995. 

Mrs. Roberts was a devoted and loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. For many years she worked at Schusters of Texas, one of their first employees. She was a member of the Indian Gap Baptist Church. 

She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband; one daughter, Gayle Morris; two sisters, Clara Swindle and Minnie Kohler and two brothers Henry Marwitz and Willie Marwitz. 

Survivors include one daughter Janice Ann Roberts Erwin and her husband Clifford of Ovilla, Billy Hulan Roberts and his wife Suann Roberts of Cross Plains and Ted Eugene Roberts and his wife Tina Marie of Bastrop and son-in-law John Walter Morris; 11 grandchildren; seven great- grandchildren; three sisters; Alwine Swindle of Austin, Pauline Hopper of Granbury and Edna Hopper of Indian Gap. 

Pallbearers were T. J. Roberts Jr., Will Ray Roberts, Aaron Morris, Bryan Erwin, James Hebert, Joe Hubbert. 

Riley Funeral Home



The Hamilton Herald-News, 06/05/2003

Ara E. Howington Schuster Watkins, 85, died June 3, 2003, in Fort Worth. Graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. Friday in Indian Gap Cemetery. Visitation will be from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thursday at Greenwood Funeral Home. 

Mrs. Schuster was born Dec. 29, 1917, in Mills County. She graduated from Indian Gap High School where she played in the band and orchestra. She moved to Fort Worth in 1945 and later retired from General Dynamics. 

She and her husband had two children, Ron and Johnnie. Mrs. Schuster was preceded in death by her husbands, John Schuster and Winton B. Watkins. 

Survivors include her son, Ron Schuster and wife, Jan, of Weatherford; daughter, Johnnie Irene Chapman and husband, George, of California; five grand-children; 17 great-grandchildren; and a brother, Wallace Howington of California. 
Greenwood Funeral Home


The Hamilton Herald-News       02/10/99

Inez Elizabeth Shipman, 90, died Sunday, Feb. 7, at Hamilton General Hospital.

Graveside services were held Wednesday, Feb. 10, in the Indian Gap Cemetery with Brad Davis officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Riley Funeral Home.

Mrs. Shipman was born Jan. 10, 1909, at Indian Gap, the daughter of Lissie Robinson and Emmett McCaleb. She was married to Howard Shipman on Sept. 18, 1926, in Hamilton. He preceded her in death on Jan. 14, 1994. She served as postmistress of the Indian Gap Post Office for 35 years.

Survivors include two nephews, Jim Swindle of Katy and Howard Swindle of Dallas, as well as a number of other relatives and a host of friends.



Charley Swindle, 83, of Goldthwaite, died Saturday, June 20, at the VA hospital in Temple.

Services were Tuesday, June 23, at Stacy-Wilkins Chapel. Burial was in Indian Gap Cemetery.

Mr. Swindle was born Jan. 26, 1915, in Indian Gap, the son of J.O. and Dura Harris Swindle. He was married to Maudine Braziel on March 19, 1943, in Comanche. They moved to Goldthwaite from Priddy in 1989. He was a farmer and rancher and a member of the Baptist church.

Survivors include his wife, Maudine Swindle of Goldthwaite; a brother, Ralph Swindle of Los Altos, Calif.; a sister, Zelma Hays of Goldthwaite; and a number of nieces and nephews.



Maudine Swindle, 81, of Goldthwaite died Friday, Oct. 29 at Goldthwaite Sr. Health Center. Services were Monday, Nov. 1 at 10 a.m. at Stacy-Wilkins Chapel. Burial was at Indian Gap Cemetery.

Mrs. Swindle was born March 1, 1918, the daughter of Otis and Zimmarou Cunningham Brazil. She was married to Charley Swindle on March 19, 1943 in Comanche.

She was a homemaker and a Baptist.

Her husband, a brother, John Sprugeon Braziel, and two sisters, Winnie Edith Oden and Lizzie Lou Gibson, precede her in death.

Survivors include two sisters-in-law, Betty Kilgore of Commanche and Angela Swindle of McAllen; a brother-in-law, Ralph Swindle of California; and a number of nieces and nephews.




The Hamilton Herald-News 08/17/2000 

Dorothy Nell Watson, 74, died Aug. 11, 2000 at the Hamilton Health Care Center. Funeral services were held Monday, Aug. 14 at the Indian Gap Baptist Church with Rev. James E. (Archie) Robertson officiating. 

She was born Dec. 31, 1925 in Mills County, the daughter of Allen and Lucy Harris. She lived most of her life in Mills and Hamilton Counties. 

Mrs. Watson was a devoted wife and homemaker and a loving and caring mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was a member of the Indian Gap Baptist Church. 

She was preceded in death by her first and second husbands, R. H. McCleskey and Clay Watson and her Parents. 

Survivors include her husband, Raymond Musick of Hamilton; a son, Henry McCleskey and wife Jo Ann of Indian Gap; a daughter, Sandra Porter of Clifton; five grandchildren, Kandy Clem and husband Monty of Aleman, Henry Clay McCleskey and wife Kelly of Nacogdoches, Henry Allen McCleskey Jr. of Austin, Brian Porter of Clifton and Melanie Blisard of Temple; four great-grandchildren, Ashley Clem, Eric McCleskey and Lindsey and Zachary Blisard as well as numerous nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, pen-pals and close friends. 
Riley Funeral Home


The Hamilton Herald-News, July 9, 2003

Agatha Ann Wiedebusch, 71, died July 3, 2003 at Stephenville, Texas. Funeral services were held July 6 at St. Mary's Episcopal Church in Hamilton with burial in Indian Gap Cemetery, Father Stan Sullivan officiating. 

Mrs. Wiedebusch was born March 23, 1932 at Mound, the daughter of the late Oscar Fortune and Frankie Corrigan Fortune. 

She was married to George H. Wiedebusch on February 17, 1949. He preceded her in death on November 19, 1993. 

Mrs. Wiedebusch retired in 1996 after teaching for twenty-five years. She was a primary school teacher where she taught music, special education classes and others during her career. 

After retirement she moved back to Hamilton where she enjoyed remodeling the old home place. She was also active in the Hamilton Historical Society, working endlessly with the museum project. She was also a member of the Hamilton Genealogical Society and a strong hard worker and supporter of her church, St. Mary's Episcopal. Survivors include her son, Paul Wayne Wiedebusch and his wife Brenda of Stephenville; two grandchildren, Derek and Kayla Wiedebusch of Stephenville and a sister, Emma Jane Williams of College Station. 

Pallbearers were James Banks, James Hooser, Quinn Williams, Fred Williams, Wally Williams and Joe Williams. 
Riley Funeral Home




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