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ADAMS, CLARA BELLE  

BAKER, MAUDIE (BATES) (KRUEGER)

BATES, EMMA LORINE (MUSICK) 

CARLISLE, BOBBY DAYLE

CARLISLE, CECIL

CARLISLE, ROBERT FRANKLIN

McCARTHY, MARY PATRICIA (MAHONEY)

SHORT, MELVIN CECIL 

SLONE, ORA BELL (CARTER)

TOWNSEND, LUCY IRENE (HOWARD) 

ADAMS, CLARA BELLE 

The Hamilton Herald-News        Hamilton County, Texas

08 December 1994

 
Clara Belle Adams, 98, died Saturday, Dec. 3, at Forest Oaks Nursing Home in Hamilton.
 
Graveside services were Sunday, Dec. 4, at Kingsbury Cemetery near Evant.
 
Miss Adams was born Nov. 24, 1896, in the Vista Mountain Community of Hamilton County, the daughter of Walter H. and Mary [Ellen] Baker Adams.
 
She attended Evant Baptist Church as long as her health permitted. She was a school teacher and later a housekeeper. She lived more than half of her life in the Hamilton County area. She was the last of a family of eight children.
 
Survivors include five nephews and one niece.
 
[Walter H. Adams married Mary Ellen Baker on January 24, 1896, Hamilton County Marriage Record Bk. 2, page 90]

 

Shared by Roy Ables

  BAKER, MAUDIE (BATES) (KRUEGER) 

 

The Hamilton Herald-News      Hamilton County, Texas

28 June 1990

 
Mrs. B. W. (Maudie) Baker, 61, of Gatesville (South Mountain) died June 17, 1990, in a Waco hospital. Funeral services were held Wednesday, June 20, in Scott's Funeral Home Chapel in Gatesville with the Rev. Kenneth Southwell officiating. Burial followed in Kingsbury Cemetery, near Evant.
 
She was born May 7, 1929, in Turnersville to the late Charlie and Emma Bates. Reared in the Vista Community of Hamilton County, she attended school in Shive. On April 11,1959, she married B. W. Baker. Mrs. Baker worked at the Evant Locker Plant for 14 years. She moved to the South Mountain community in Coryell County, three miles east of Gatesville, in 1968. She was a homemaker and a member of the Calvary Baptist Church in Gatesville.
 
She is survived by her husband B. W. Baker of South Mountain; two daughters, Lawannia Carpenter of Austin and Theresa Franks of South Mountain; three sons, James Krueger of Evant, Jimmy Krueger of Arlington and Ricky Baker of South Mountain; two sisters, LaVerne Spray of Hobbs, N. Mex., and Alice Faye Waddell of Evant; five brothers, Johnny Bates of Hamilton, Burl Bates of Marble Falls, Wayne Bates of Burleson, Charlie Ray Bates of Purmela and Paul Bates of Sand Springs, Okla.; and 10 grandchildren.
 
Pallbearers were Horace Baker, Jack Baker, Terry Reed, Stacey Smith, Dub Maxwell and Billy Herring.

BATES, EMMA LORINE (MUSICK) 

The Hamilton Herald-News
Hamilton County, Texas
14 April, 1994

 
Emma Lotine Bates, 61, of Purmela died suddenly April 5 at her residence. Funeral services were April 7 at the Riley Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Craig Hall officiating. Burial was in the Kingsbury Cemetery in Hamilton County.
 
Mrs. Bates was born Jan. 20, 1933, in Bosque County, the daughter of Ivor [L.] and Agnes Combs Musick. [They were married 07/26/1925  Book 8, page 443] She married Charlie Ray Bates May 26, 1952. She lived most all her life in Hamilton and Coryell counties and worked as a seamstress at Walls Industries.
 
Survivors include her husband, Charlie Ray Bates of Purmela; six children, Billy Dale Warren of Waco, Douglas Leo Bates of Evant, Linda Gale Bates of Evant, Dorothy Lanell Smith of Gatesville, David Lavell Bates of Evant and Jerry Ray Bates of Evant; two sisters, Ann Leach of Hamilton and Sue Dunn of Dublin; a brother, Dale Musick of Hamilton; 14 grandchildren; and two great grandchildren.
 
Pallbearers were Bobby Smith, Darrell Bates, Michael Bates, Robert Krueger, Keith Warren and Dusty Bates.

Shared by Roy Ables

 

CARLISLE, BOBBY DAYLE

 
The Hamilton Herald-News        25 March, 2005

Bobby Dayle Carlisle, 57, died March 18 at his home. Funeral services were held March 21 in the Riley Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Kevin Cude officiating. Burial was in Kingsbury Cemetery near Evant. 

Mr. Carlisle was born November 15, 1947 in Comanche, the son of Robert Franklin Carlisle and Martha Wright Carlisle. 

He was a veteran of the army serving in Vietnam in 1968 and 1969. He was employed by Alexander Moulding Mill for 29 years. 

Mr. Carlisle was devoted to his family. He checked on his mother every day. He loved his children and always told them how proud he was of them. He adored his grandsons and they adored him. Mr. Carlisle was very patriotic, loved this country and was especially proud to be a Texan. He was very much a country boy at heart and was most at home outdoors, working in his yard, planting trees or grafting pecan trees. 

He enjoyed rebuilding car engines. He had a weakness for candy especially M&Ms and rarely did a birthday or holiday pass that someone didnít give him M&Ms. 

Mr. Carlisle had a laugh that was so infectious that anyone around him would burst into laughter just hearing him laugh whether they knew what he was laughing about or not. 

Survivors include three children, Marlena Carlisle of Millsap, Susanne Partin of Priddy and Shonna Miller of Hamilton; his mother, Martha Carlisle of Hamilton; four grandchildren, Jim Bob Partin, Clark Partin, Michael and Jason Miller and one sister Karen Parks of Hamilton. 

Pallbearers were Jackie Blackburn, Kevin Kuklies, Billy Jennings, Kenneth Balzen, Gene Montgomery, Clint McKee, Justin Tubbs, Don Tyson. 
Riley Funeral Home

CARLISLE, CECIL 

The Hamilton Herald-News, 10/14/1999 


Cecil Carlisle, 75, of Evant died Thursday, Oct. 7. Services were at the Evant Funeral Home Chapel on Oct. 9 with Rev. Amon Langston officiating. Burial was at the Kingsbury Cemetery in Hamilton County. 

Mr. Carlisle was born June 14, 1924 in Rotan, the son of Joe and Myrtle Carlisle. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. 

He was married to Juanita Townsend on June 14, 1946 in Hamilton. They lived in Odessa until moving to Evant in 1989. 

He worked in the construction business as a floor covering mechanic and was a member of Farview Baptist Church. 

He was preceded in death by his parents; two sisters, Effie Williams and Lizzie Jane Jones and five brothers, O.B. Carlisle, Frank Carlisle, Bill Carlisle, Latton Carlisle and Amos Carlisle. 

Survivors include his wife, Juanita Carlisle of Evant; a son, Ray Carlisle and his wife Janie of Amarillo; two daughters, Letha and her husband Johnny Walker of Odessa and Myrtle Carlisle of Odessa; a sister, Odessa Henry of Comanche; eight grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were Clay Carlisle, Shay Carlisle, Marshal Portevint, Benny Portevint, Vester Hallmark and Doyle Townsend.

CARLISLE, ROBERT FRANKLIN

Robert Franklin Carlisle, 72, died Saturday, Jan. 10, at Hamilton General Hospital after a sudden illness.

Services were Monday, Jan 12, at Riley Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Steve Jackson officiating. Burial was in the Kingsbury Cemetery.

Mr. Carlisle was born Nov. 21, 1925, in Evant, the son of Benjamin Franklin and Molly Elizabeth Townsend Carlisle. He was married to Martha Mozelle Carlisle (*Wright) on Jan. 11, 1948 (*1947).

He was preceded in death by. his parents, one sister and a brother.

He was a ranch foreman and a lifelong resident of Hamilton County. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War II and a member of Blue Ridge Baptist Church.

Survivors include his wife, Martha Carlisle of Hamilton; a son Bobby Carlisle of Hamilton; a daughter, Karen Parks of Dublin; six grandchildren, Marlena Carlisle, Susanne Partin, Shonna Carlisle, Kim Anthony, Jason Brumbalow and Travis Brumbalow' and four great-grandchildren

Published " Hamilton Herald-News " Hamilton, Texas on January 1998

(*) mistakes make by the editor
(Mother-in-law was Ethel Kincheloe)

Shared by Thelma (Kincheloe) Biles, Deceased


 

McCARTHY, MARY PATRICIA (MAHONEY)

The Hamilton Herald-News, March 6, 2003



Mary Patricia McCarthy 69 died at Hamilton on February 26, 2003. Funeral services were held March 1 at the Riley Funeral Home with Dick Stovall officiating. Burial followed in Kingsbury Cemetery near Evant.


Mrs. McCarthy was born August 14, 1933 at Houston, the daughter of John I. and Gertrude Fischer Mahoney. She was a loving and devoted mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was a retired teacher from the Houston School District.

Survivors include one son, John Patrick McCarthy of Houston; six grandchildren, Ryan, Shannon, Magen, Ethan, Johnathan and Katlyn; one great-grandchild; three sisters, Martha Goldsy of Houston, Margaret Ballow of Evant and Eileen Evans of Chappell Hill.

Pallbearers were Ryan McCarthy, Jim Ballow, Will Payne, Perry Payne, Johnathan McCarthy and Ray Freeman.
Riley Funeral Home

SHORT, MELVIN CECIL 

The Hamilton Herald-News        Hamilton County, Texas

10 June, 1976

 
Funeral services for Mr. Melvin Cecil Short, age 63, were held on Tuesday, June 1, 1976, at 2:30 p.m. in the Evant Funeral Home Chapel. Dr. John Knox Bowling officiated. Burial was in Kingsbury Cemetery.
 
Mr. Short passed away on Sunday, May 30, in the Veterans Adminstration Hospital in Waco. He had been a resident of the hospital for the past 13 years. He was a veteran of World War ll.
 
The deceased is survived by two sisters, Mamie Lane of Yuma, Ariz., and Bertie Smith of Gatesville; one brother, Mark Short of Pearl; three nieces and six nephews.
 
Pallbearers for the service were Cleburne Doyle, Altus Gordon, Vernon Poe, Melvin Horton, Ebb Townsend and Elvin Townsend.

Shared by Roy Ables

SLONE, ORA BELL (CARTER) 

"The Hamilton Herald-News" 22 July, 2004 

Ola Bell Carter Slone, 85, died in Temple July 18. Funeral services were held July 19 in the Evant Funeral Chapel with Roy Shave and George Tolbert officiating. Burial followed in Kingsbury Cemetery. She was born at home in Nacona on Oct. 7, 1918, the daughter of Walter Lee and Maggie Florence Honeycutt Carter. 

She lived in the West Texas area until the age of ten when her family moved to Blair, Okla. She attended school and graduated in 1937, then went on to attend Altus Junior College. While visiting her grandparents in Wilson, she met J. R. Slone on a blind date and they were married on Aug. 22, 1941 in Wilson. 

After Mr. Slone was discharged from the army in 1946 they farmed cotton in Wilson and started a family. 

In 1951 they moved to Evant to ranch. Mrs. Slone worked at Inabnets Grocery and with Home Health. The couple later bought Inabnets Grocery in 1972 and ran it until 1975. Mrs. Slone loved to cook for her kids and grandkids when they came to visit. She also loved to sew, crochet and quilt. She was a member of the Evant Church of Christ for almost 50 years. 

She was preceded in death by her parents, Walter Lee and Maggie Florence Carter and a brother, Thomas Alton Carter. 

Survivors include her husband, J. R. Slone Jr. of Evant; a son, James Lee Slone and his wife Chyrl of Evant; a daughter, Sandra Florence Blansit and her husband Johnny of Goldthwaite; a brother, R.D. Carter and a sister, Velma Carter, both of Goldthwaite; five grandchildren, Shelly Wenmohs and Lance, James Slone and Misty, Justin Slone, Melissa Deweese and Tracy and Misty Ott and Clifton; nine great-grandchildren, James Warlick, Jadyn Deweese, Bridgett Blansit, Kelli and Coty Ott, Dixon and Slone Wenmohs and Shayna and Jace Slone. 

Pallbearers were James Slone Jr., Lance Wenmohs, Justin Slone, Clifton Ott, Tracy Deweese and James Warlick.

 Evant Funeral Chapel

 

TOWNSEND, LUCY IRENE (HOWARD) 


Born:
05/06/1898 Vista Mt., Hamilton Co., TX
Died: 
12/06/1985 Grayford, TX

Ex-Husband: Charles Samuel "Sam" Townsend

Married:  09/04/1914, Hamilton County, TX

Divorced.


Children:
Grafton Lelon Townsend
Jewel Lee Townsend
Ira Charles Townsend
ElWanda Marie Townsend
Bobie Wayne Townsend

Ethel Mae Townsend


 

 

 
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