Irene Warren Britton
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Irene Britton

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Services for Irene Britton, 88, of Crosbyton were held at 3 p.m. Monday, October 30, 1995, in the Crosbyton First Baptist Church with the Rev. Lester B. Griffin, pastor, and the Rev. Tom Warren of Fort Worth, brother of Mrs. Britton, officiating.

Burial followed in the Crosbyton Cemetery under direction of Adams Funeral Home.

Mrs. Britton died at 6:20 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 28, 1995, in Floydada Nursing Home. She was born May 31, 1907, in Wolfe City. She married Lester Marion Britton on Aug. 2, 1930, in Floydada. He preceded her in death July 16, 1983. She was a homemaker and a member of the Crosbyton First Baptist Church and the Esther Sunday school class. She moved to Crosbyton in August of 1980 from Seymour but had lived here once before. She was also a former resident of Floydada.

Also preceded in death were two daughters Norma Bryant in 1978 and Marion Ann Britton in 1994 and three grandsons; Roy Eugene Ellis, Neal Lynn Ellis and Monty Keith Kirby.

Survivors include two son, Bobby Britton of Slaton and James Britton of Lawton, Okla.; two daughters, Mary Jo Kirby of Montague and June Ellis of Crosbyton; four brothers, Bud Warren of Floydada and Dorcie Warren and Tom Warren, both of Fort Worth; 10 grandchildren, Mitchell Britton, Delwin Britton, Jimmy Britton, Nena Britton, Russell Bryant, Andrea Rae Gray, Reanee Steggarda, Kristi Walker, Doyle Ellis, and Beverly Robertson; and 12 great grandchildren.

Crosby County News & Chronicle, November 3, 1995
Record provided by Crosby County Pioneer Memorial Museum
transcribed by Linda Fox Hughes

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