Fannin County, Texas Obituaries
Fannin County TXGenWeb
Dona Ricketts, R.D.Chaney, John Mangrum, Mrs. C.L.Starnes,
Nancy Catherine Clark, W.S.Smith, Tom Bryant, William Vance Bean,
John Fleming, Rev. A.S.Dees, Mrs. J.A.Kelly, S.B.Howard, Ed Ross,
Mrs. Tucker, F.F.Ross, T.F.Lynch ,King Booher and family

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 29 Dec 1914:  On visit to mother and
sister, Mrs. Dona Ricketts died Friday; mother:  Mrs. N.A. St. Clair;
sister Mrs. W.C. Duncan; sisters in Bonham:  Mrs. Jno. W. Russell &
Mrs. J.V. Chapman; services Rev. Cowan, buried Willow Wild Cem.;
another sister: Mrs. J.P. Noble of Clovis, N.M.; Mrs. Ricketts was
widow of 33 yrs.

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 29 Dec 1914:  R.D. Chaney d. Sat. at
home in Sulphur, Ok.; stroke; services 1st Baptist Church, burial
Willow Wild Cem.;  former resident of Savoy; county public weigher &
sheriff for 8 yrs; was in shoe business with Albert Gale of
Gale-Chaney Co.; survivors:  wife, sons Pence and Rex, daughters,
Mesdames W.W. Sanford, Junius Ridling of Chickasha, Ok. and Mrs. Jno.
Lorimer of Ft. Worth.

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 7 July 1914:  "Ladonia News"  John
Mangrum died Tues, visiting brother at Trenton; Bright's disease,
burial Cross Roads; had resided in so. Texas

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 10 July 1914:  Mrs. C.L. Starnes of 5
mi. no. of Bonham died Tues.; services at Owens Chapel.

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 10 & 17 July 1914: "Miss" Kitty Clark
d. at home 5th July in Long Branch community, Mon; services Rev.
Robert Reeves & Rev. W.M. Williams; burial English (spelling?) Cem.,
Bonham; survivors: 3 (4) children: Mrs. Robert Tolson, Mrs. John
Collins of Fannin Co. & Mrs. James O. Clark of Amarillo or McClean?;
husband died 24 yrs ago & was from Kentucky; son Kelley deceased. She
had made her home with daughter Mrs. J.R. Polson.
(*She was Nancy Catherine Clark, Bur. Inglish Cemetery)

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 14 July 1914:  W.S. Smith of
Clarksville, formerly of Bonham, died Sunday; sister:  Mrs. Henry
Gale of Bonham; survivors: wife & 3 daughters:  Mrs. P.H. Bayless of
McAlester, Ok., Mrs. Howard White of Muskogee, Ok.; Mrs. R. J.
Randell, Conway, Ark.  sister:  Mrs. Yowell at Dodd City.

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 14 July 1914:  "Honey Grove Citizen"
Tom Bryant age about 73, of the Harmon community died at home Wed.;
buried Oakwood Cem.; services Bonnie Grimes, Baptist church

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 14 July 1914:   "Leonard Graphic"
William Vance Bea of White Rock died Mon., heart failure, age 61,
burial White Rock cem. (*This is William Vance Bean)

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 17 July 1914:  Hilger News column, John
Fleming died 6 July, Allen Memorial Hosp., surviviors father, 2
brothers, 1 sister; services at home of brother in Bonham; Rev. Joe
Everheart; burial Willow Wild Cem.; memorial 21 July by Camp 2958 of

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 1 Sept 1914:   Rev. A. S. Dees of
Commerce died Thurs., buried Wolfe City; daughter Mrs. J.D. Barr of

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 1 Sept 1914:  "Honey Grove Citizen"
Mrs. J.A. Kelly, home on Meade farm no. of Honey Grove, died last
Friday: buried Oakwood Cem.; services Rev. Bonnie Grimes, Baptist

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 1 Sept 1914:  S. B. Howard died Sat.,
San Angelo; consumption; buried Willow Wild Cem.; services 1st
Christian Church; had worked in Dallas; born Jamestown, Ky.; to
Fannin Co. 1861; attended Carlton College; married Miss Ella Carlton
1872; in1907 moved to Sherman then Ft. Worth, Dallas; 1895 organized
Bonham Wholesale Grovery Co.; survivors:  wife, son Charles; 2
sisters:  Mrs. S.B. Scott of Bonham;  Mrs. Collins of Missouri;

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 1 Sept 1914:  Ed Ross of Delta Co. died
yesterday at home near Ben Franklin, cancer, age 38, born Delta Co.,
son of Capt. W.F. Ross of Pecan Gap.

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 4 Sept 1914:  Mrs. Tucker died 15 Aug;
son Bill; buried Fairview Cem.

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 22 Sept 1914:   Mr. F.F. Ross of Ector
died 11 Sept; survivors:  wife (oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.L.
Nelms  and 9 children (2 boys, 7 girls) by a former wife; oldest son
& daughter unmarried; one widowed daughter (these 3 at home);
Methodist, Mason; buried Whitewright; attending R.L. Dulaney & wife
of Dallas; L.R. Nelms and Mrs. McDuffey & daughter of Denison; Paul
Dulaney of Wapanucka, Ok.; Miss Winnie Dulaney & sister Mrs. Richards
of Dallas.

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 25 Sept 1914:  T.F. Yynch born N.C.; to
Ga., married there; in CSA, Lt. in Co. of 11th Ga. Reg. (if memory
serves entry's author).; died 19th Sept, age 75 yrs 7 mos 21 days;
bur:  Porter's Church cem.; services Bro. Keen of Ector; survivors: 2
daughters:  Mrs. Billie Massie of near Merkel, Jones Co. and Mrs.
D.G.M. Cobb of Ely, Tx. (T.F. Lynch)

Abstracted from "Bonham News" 25 Sept 1914:  Ike Booher and wife
going to El Reno, Okla.; son William dead in auto? accident; son King
killed 6 yrs. ago in railroad accident
(*this one is mysterious as neither Ike nor his wife died at that time, nor William. They are buried in Oak Hill in Whitewright)


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