Myrtle Collins Thomason
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Mrs. John Thomason Died Monday At Their Home In The Gilpin Community

Mrs. John Thomason, of the Gilpin community died Monday, February 13th, following a stroke of apoplexy Thursday the previous week, her remains being interred in the Spur cemetery, funeral services being conducted by Rev. Cooper at the Church of Christ in Spur.

Mrs. Thomason had been in ill health a year or more at which time she suffered a stroke of paralysis, followed by apoplexy at this time which caused death.

Mrs. Thomason was fifty years of age, and leaves a husband and several children to whom the Texas Spur extends sincere sympathy and condolence in this great bereavement.

Obit submitted by Lillian Grace Nay

The Texas Spur; Thursday, February 17, 1928



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