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Johnnie Mae Hagaman - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Louis Joseph Hagaman - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Oyer Robert Hagaman, Jr. & Edna Pauline Hagaman - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Oyer R. Hagaman & Mary J. Hagaman - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Evalee Frick Hahn & Johnnie L. Hahn - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

John J. Hahn & Elsie DeReese Hahn - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Louis Lee Hahn - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Bennie Hairston & Gladys Fay Hairston - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Melvin Leon Hairston - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Clinton G. Hall - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Frances Marion "Crickett" Hall - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

Frances Marion Hall

Frances Marion Hall, 74, of Van Vleck, passed away June 7, 2000 in Houston, TX. She was born March 1, 1926 in Pensacola, FL to Frank Bernard Bragg and Edna Mae Lightfoot Bragg. She was fondly known as "Crickett" by her friends and succumbed to a long valiant fight with cancer. She was a resident of Matagorda County since 1954 and was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Bay City. She is survived by: her nephew, Lance Sparks of Eugene, OR, and her dear friends; Robert and Bonnie Conklin of Houston. She was preceded in death by her husband, Clinton G. Hall in 1989. Graveside funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 10, 2000 at Roselawn Memorial Park in Van Vleck with the Rev. Horace McMillan officiating. Interment will be at Roselawn Memorial Park. Arrangements are with Taylor Bros. Funeral Home, Bay City, Texas.

THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Friday, June 9, 2000
 


James Truett Hall, Sr. - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Mary Ada Hall - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Gordon M. Ham - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Robert L. Hamill & Rachel Hamill - Cedarvale Cemetery - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

R. L. Hamill Dies In Wharton Hospital

Mr. R. L. Hamill, 69, of Markham, died this morning in a hospital in Wharton at 9:35. He had been a resident of Matagorda County for years.

He is survived by two brothers C. G. Hamill of Kerrville and A. E. Hamill of Tulsa, Oklahoma. One stepson, Vick Burchfield, also survives.

Funeral services under the direction of Taylor Bros. are pending.

Daily Tribune, May 1, 1951

Last Rites Thursday Afternoon at 4 For R. L. Hamill

Funeral services for Mr. R. L. Hamill, 69, who died in a Wharton hospital Tuesday morning, were held in the Ashby Baptist Church with Reverend R. E. Black officiating. The services, under the direction of Taylor Bros. Funeral Home were held Wednesday. Interment was in Cedarvale cemetery.

Mr. Hamill, a resident of many years in Markham, is survived by two brothers, C. G. Hamill of Kerrville and A. E. Hamill of Tulsa, and one step-son, Vick Burchfield of Markham.

Pallbearers were Eugene Long, Charlie Wolf, E. F. Spoor, T. V. Smith, J. O. Thompson, Jap Smith.

Daily Tribune, May 2, 1951

Funeral Rites for Mrs. R. L. Hamill Will Be Thursday

Funeral services for Mrs. R. L. Hamill, 80 years, two months and 15 days, who died Tuesday morning at 8:45, after a short illness, will be held Thursday afternoon at 2:30. Services will be from the Ashby Baptist Church with Reverends R. E. Black and Allen Oubre officiating. Interment will be in Cedarvale Cemetery.

She is survived by her husband, Mr. R. L. Hamill; one son, V. C. Burchfield of Markham; one sister, Mrs. Fronia Gallagher of Louisville; and three grandchildren of California.

Pallbearers will be Victor Pratka, J. O. Thompson, T. B. Smith, Mr. Warnecke, Charles H. Wolf and E. R. Long.

Matchett-Newman Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Daily Tribune, May 10, 1950
 


Logan Dustin Hamilton
 

Logan Dustin Hamilton, 21, of Indianapolis, Ind. died Saturday, October 20, 2001 in Indianapolis as a result of an automobile accident. He was born October 13, 1980 in Clute, Texas (Oyster Creek Community) to James Hamilton and Frances Ann LaGrange Hamilton. He was a resident of Indianapolis the past two years, a former longtime resident of Cedar Lane, and a graduate of Van Vleck High School, class of 1999.

Survivors include: mother, Frances Hamilton of Franklin, Ind.; father, James Hamilton of Cedar Lane; son, Garrett Dustin Hamilton and his mother Brandi Pierce both of Franklin; sister, Laci Joeli Hamilton of Cedar Lane; brother Jaggar Obi-Wan Kenobi Hamilton of Indianapolis and Gabriel Andrew Hamilton-Trollinger of Fort Valley, Ga.; maternal grandmother, Matilda LaGrange of Franklin, Ind.

Funeral Service will be 2 p.m. Thursday, October 25, 2001, at Taylor Bros. Funeral Home with the Rev. Mike Zimmerman officiating.

Pallbearers will be Cain Christianson, Sterling Wallace, Jay Roberson, Cliff and Douglas Jenkins, Edgar and Todd Oncken and Josh McCoy.

Following the funeral, friends and family are invited to the Hamilton home in Cedar Lane. For more information call (979) 245-4324.

Arrangements are with Taylor Bros. Funeral Home. A00011A2001OT24

THE DAILY TRIBUNE, Wednesday, October 24, 2001             Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham
 



 


Walter C. Hamilton & Elma L. Hamilton - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Ann Strubar Hamor - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Donald Evan Hamor - Roselawn Memorial Park - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

 Infant Hanna - Cedarvale Cemetery - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

 Sylvia B. Hendrick - Cedarvale Cemetery - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

 

Carrie Hillery - Cedarvale Cemetery - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

Carrie Hillery

Mrs. W. W. Hillery who lived formerly in Wadsworth, passed away Saturday, May 2, 1912, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Annie Moers, in Houston. Services were held Tuesday, 3 p. m. at the Walker-Matchett funeral home with burial in Cedarvale Cemetery. Walker-Matchett in charge.

Funeral Services Held Tuesday For Mrs. Hillery

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Walker-Matchett Funeral Home for Mrs. W. W. Hillery, 61, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Annie Moers, in Houston. Mrs. Hillery had been a resident of Matagorda County for a good many years.

Surviving are her husband; two daughters, Mrs. Otto Hudson of Bay City and Mrs. Moers. Burial was in Cedarvale Cemetery.

Daily Tribune, Thursday, May 7, 1942
 


 William W. Hillery - Cedarvale Cemetery - Photo courtesy of Faye Cunningham

Hillery, 95, Rites Set Friday

Funeral services for William Wright Hillery, 95, will be held Friday at Taylor Brothers Funeral Home Chapel at 2 p. m. The Rev. Tommy Nesbitt will officiate. Interment will be at Cedarvale Cemetery.

Hillery passed away this morning at Matagorda General Hospital.

He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. O. E. Hudson of Bay City and Mrs. W. A. Moers of Houston; one sister, Mrs. Mary Tyler of Santa Monica, California; nine grandchildren, 30 great grand children and one great, great grandchild.

Serving as pallbearers will be Hillery’s grandsons, E. E. Hudson, James W. Hudson, Robert R. Hudson, Edward Moers, William Moers and La Rue Pyle Jr.

Daily Tribune, December 23, 1965
 

 

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