|Subject:||Surnames with C Deaths or obits from Gainesville paper 1920 - 1924|
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Surnames with first letter C
Gainesville Daily Register
Gainesville, Cooke County, Texas
Deaths are in alphabetical order and in two volumes. There are two miscellaneous sections for vital statistics, items set aside for copying (which were missed when alphabetizing) and items that state persons of Cooke County attended funerals of in other places but did not name the person who had died but does tell where the funeral was held. These are on pages 123-124 and 216-219. BILLYE HOWE and SUE WOOD, members of the Cross Timbers Genealogical Society, compiled these in 1983 and 1984. The society paid for the laminating and binders.
Monday, July 9, 1923
Mrs. EMMA CARTER
Mrs. EMMA CARTER, age 63, died at her home in Oklahoma City, Sunday morning, according to information received by relatives in Gainesville. Mrs. Carter was a sister of Mrs. A. M. GREEN and a sister-in-law of Mrs. SALLIE CARTER, both of Gainesville, and had only returned to her home Saturday after a visit here. She had been suffering heart disease for several years. Mrs. Carter is survived by three daughters and one son, all of whom live in Oklahoma City, three sisters and one brother. She was a resident of Gainesville for many years before moving to Oklahoma City about ten years ago. Mrs. Green, Mrs. Carter and daughters Miss RUTH and Mrs. CAREY SHELL left Sunday, accompanied by HERBERT CARTER of Dallas, for Oklahoma City to attend the funeral held there Monday afternoon.
Monday, March 22, 1920
Miss DOLLIE CADELL
Miss DOLLIE CADELL, age 47, died at the family home on North Commerce, Sunday morning. She is survived by two sisters, Miss SUSIE CADELL and Mrs. E. C. CONNERS. Funeral services were held this afternoon, Rev. R. L. POWELL officiating. S. W. Gibson had charge.
Friday, October 22, 1920
Mrs. CARRA CAMPBELL, wife of W. D. CAMPBELL, died Monday, October 11. Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon from the residence by Rev. WESSON of the Grand Ave. Baptist Church, and the body was laid to rest in the Callisburg cemetery. Mrs. Campbell had been an invalid about 11 years, but had always been very patient through her intense suffering. Her husband, two children and one daughter-in-law, together with a host of friends, are left to mourn her loss.
Thursday, September 11, 1924
JIM CAMPBELL, age 68, a widower, well known and respected citizen of the Callisburg community, died at his home there Wednesday afternoon, following a period of ill health over a year. Mr. Campbell had resided in the community many years, he and his brother, now deceased, operated the Callisburg telephone exchange for some time. Mr. Campbell is survived by numerous relatives. Funeral services were held at the Methodist Church in Callisburg, Thursday, Sept. 11. Rev. W. E. MOORE officiated. Interment was made in the community cemetery arranged by S. W. Gibson of Gainesville.
Wednesday, September 8, 1920
Mrs. W. D. CANNON
The friends of Mrs. W. D. CANNON will be saddened by news of her death at her home on North Denton St., Tuesday night, following an illness of several days from blood poison. The remains, prepared by S. W. Gibson, were sent to St. Jo this morning for burial. She is survived by her husband, an infant, and other relatives.
Tuesday, July 18, 1922
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. CANNON left last night for Kansas City in response to message about the death of Mr. Cannon’s father there.
Tuesday, March 23, 1920
Aged Lady Meets Horrible Death at Marysville
Mrs. ANNIE CAPPS, age about 60, highly respected citizen of the Marysville community, received fatal burns early Monday morning at her home near that place, when an incubator lamp exploded, setting fire to her clothing, resulting in injuries from which she died about 12 hours later. Mrs. Capps resided in the county about 30 years.
Thursday, March 6, 1924
L. Z., the 2 ½ year old son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Q. CARLISLE, died of diphtheria Wednesday morning while being rushed to the city for anti-toxin serum. The mother and two sisters of the little fellow are very ill with pneumonia at the family home. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at the Oak Grove cemetery with Rev. W. E. MOORE, Baptist minister, conducting the service. Gibson mortuary had charge.
Monday, May 16, 1921
WILL MADDOX received a letter from Mrs. M. J. CARNAHAN in Whittier, California, informing him of the death of her son, JOHN CARNAHAN, who formerly resided in Gainesville. John was engaged in the electrical business in California, and on April 25, while working at his trade, he accidentally got hold of a live wire and was electrocuted. No other details given in the letter.
Tuesday, June 13, 1922
Mrs. M. J. CARNAHAN
Mrs. L. A. FLEENOR is in receipt of a letter announcing the death of Mrs. M. J. CARNAHAN at Whittier, California, on June 6. Mrs. Carnahan will be remembered by many Gainesville friends, having formerly resided here for decades before moving to California. She was 68 years old and is survived by her husband, two sons, and one daughter. She was buried at Whittier on June 8.
Tuesday, June 12, 1923
Word was received here by the friends of DAVE CARNAHAN, announcing his death at his home in Whittier, California, on May 13. Mr. Carnahan formerly lived in Gainesville, leaving here about 6 years ago. Mrs. Carnahan died in California in June of last year.
Friday, March 30, 1923
Miss CALLIE CARROLL
Miss CALLIE CARROLL, age about 60, a resident of Gainesville for many years, died at her home on Throckmorton St., Thursday morning, following an illness of pneumonia. She is survived by her brother LEE. Funeral service was held at Carroll’s Chapel on North Commerce St. Friday afternoon with Rev. E. V. COLE officiating. Interment in Fairview cemetery arranged by G. J. Carroll.
Thursday, July 5, 1923
Brother of George Carroll Killed
GEORGE J. CARROLL left here Wednesday morning for Clarendon in response to a message informing him of the injury of his brother, Dr. T. W. CARROLL. Dr. Carroll died before George reached there. Dr. Carroll was returning to his home in Clarendon at 4:00 in the morning, having answered a sick call. His automobile turned over on him, pinning him beneath the machine. Unable to extricate himself, Dr. Carroll remained under the automobile for more than an hour until seen by a passerby. He was rushed to the Clarendon hospital where he died Wednesday afternoon. Dr. Carroll was 40 years old and had resided in Clarendon 20 years. He leaves a wife, six children and other relatives. The funeral will be held Sunday afternoon. The mother and other relatives from California are en route to Clarendon. Mrs. G. J. Carroll and children left to attend the funeral.
Wednesday, December 19, 1923
Grandmother CARTER, age 69, died Tuesday morning after an illness of several months. She is survived by her husband and nine children.
Tuesday, September 16, 1924
The memorial services for Grandmother Carter were held at the Methodist Church last Sunday.
Tuesday, December 11, 1923
Mrs. J. J. Carter
Mrs. MARTHA JANE CARTER, age 69, died at the family home at Hood Tuesday afternoon. She was the wife of J. J. CARTER. Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at the residence with interment at the Hood cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll. Mrs. Carter had lived in Cooke County for many years.
Friday, February 13, 1920
Baby Is Thrown from Train
A four months old baby died in the local sanitarium this morning from injuries which it received in being thrown from a Katy passenger train about 3 miles east of town early this morning. The baby was found by members of the Katy section crew, shortly after the train was due here at 7:50 from Denison had passed. The little one was badly bruised about the head and was rushed to the sanitarium but soon died. A woman, who got on the train at Denison and got off at Muenster, is suspected of the heartless crime against the little one. She is being held by constable STELZER and sheriff FORD… The brakeman on the passenger train stated that the woman got on at Denison with a baby and was alone when she left the train at Muenster. Officers arrived from Muenster this afternoon having in custody a young woman, giving her name as SARAH BELL CARLTON, age 19, who admitted the baby was hers. The baby was born in Kentucky Dec. 14, 1919 and she admitted throwing it from the train…
Saturday, February 14, 1920
Sympathy Shown for Unfortunate Woman
Twelve prominent business men of the Gainesville signed the bond to release Miss SARAH LEE CARLTON from custody in the county jail for $2000. Upon learning the facts connected with the incident and the causes prompted public sympathy for the unfortunate girl, more sinned against than she has sinned herself… She was released and returned to the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. ELLIS of Muenster. Mr. Ellis is her stepfather.
Monday, February 16, 1920
The remains of the baby were buried in Fairview cemetery, relatives taking charge and having it buried by G. J. Carroll.
Tuesday, February 17, 1920
Justice J. P. HALL, sitting as coroner, conducted an inquest into the death of baby JOYCE ELIZABETH CARLTON, two months old baby which died in the sanitarium… The mother admits throwing the baby from the train, is very remorseful and cannot tell why she did it. Her case is a very pitiable one..
Tuesday, August 7, 1923
Mrs. LORENCE CARTER
Mrs. LORENCE CARTER, age 26, died at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. H. CORTIER, 4 miles south of Gainesville, Monday afternoon. She is survived by her husband, one child and her parents. Funeral services were held at the Fair Plains church Tuesday with burial at Fairview cemetery directed y G. J. Carroll.
Monday, March 4, 1922
R. C. CARSON
R. C. CARSON, machinist at the local Santa Fe RR shops, died at the Santa Fe hospital in Temple, Texas, Saturday night, March 4, of a complication of stomach and gall bladder trouble, after an illness of two weeks. The entire medical staff of the hospital were unable to trace the direct cause and called in other noted surgeons of Temple. ROE C. CARSON was born at Bryan, Texas, July 7, 1879, and was a graduate of Texas A. & M. College. He married Miss MINNIE RATLIFF of Bryan Oct. 16, 1902/. His first service with the Santa Fe RR was at Somerville and Cleburne. He was transferred to Gainesville in 1913 and has been a machinist in the local shops since that time. He was also proprietor of the Liberty Theater which he operated here from some time years ago. Mr. Carson is survived by his wife, daughters GRACE and RUBY, son KENNETH, and a brother Major A. B. CARSON, and a sister Mrs. J. Z. RAMSEY, both of Bryan. Mr. Carson was a member of the Grand Avenue Baptist Church. Funeral services were held this afternoon from the Grand Ave. Baptist Church with Rev. E. A. WESSON officiating. Services at the graveside were conducted by the Odd Fellows and F. A. U. lodges. Interment was in Fairview cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll.
Thursday, May 24, 1923
CHARLES A. CARTER
CHARLES A. CARTER, age 57, died at his home on North Grand Ave., this morning after an illness of several months. Mr. Carter had resided here many years and is survived by his wife. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at the Grand Ave. Baptist Church with Rev. E. A. WESSON of the church officiating. Pallbearers: MILT DICKERSON, J. E. SIEBMAN, A. W. RUTLEDGE, J. L. BROWNLEE, C. L. HILLIARD, and GEORGE HOBBS. Interment in Fairview cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll.
Friday, May 25, 1923
Mrs. J. B. MILLER was called to Gainesville yesterday to attend the funeral of her uncle, CHARLES H. CARTER, who died at Gainesville Thursday morning.
Miss EDNA OVERSHINER was shopping in Gainesville yesterday.
Tuesday, December 19, 1922
Mrs. W. R. JORDAN returned from Ladonia, Texas, where she was called by the death of her brother-in-law, C. D. CASEY of that place. She was accompanied here by her brother, R. E. FRY, of Mingo, Okla., who returned to his home after a short visit to Gainesville.
Thursday, February 8, 1923
JAMES B. CASON Jr., three weeks old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. CASON, residing 5 miles northeast of this city on the Callisburg road, died this morning. The funeral will be held Friday afternoon with burial in the Callisburg cemetery, directed by S. W. Gibson.
Monday, December 12, 1921
The condition of F. M. CARTHEN, who has been critically ill at his home on East Scott St., is reported no so favorable. His children from various parts of the country were summoned to his bedside. Those present are his sons, ED CARTHEN of Sweetwater, Texas, ED CARTHEN of Sapulpa, Okla., OATIS CARTHEN of Sherman, and a grandson, CECIL CARTHEN of St. Louis. A granddaughter, Mrs. RUTH FLOWERS of California is expected to arrive today. F. M. Carthen has been a citizen of Gainesville for nearly 40 years and had many friends here.
Monday, February 27, 1922
F. M. CARTHEN
F. M. CARTHEN, age 72, one of the pioneer citizens of Gainesville, died at his home on East Scott Sunday morning, following an extended illness… Mr. Carthen is survived by his wife and the following children, Mrs. W. J. CLEMENTS, Mrs. J. F. GRIFFIN and LAWRENCE CARTHEN, all of Gainesville; OATIS CARTHEN of Sapulpa, Okla., WILL CARTHEN of Sweetwater, and ED CARTHEN of Sapulpa, Okla., and several grandchildren. Funeral services were held this afternoon with Revs. ANDRESS and ROGERS officiating. Burial in Fairview cemetery directed by S. W. Gibson. Pallbearers: WILL SPENCE, HENRY INGLE, JIM MOOON, J. R. MANAHAN, JOHN MORRIS and Mr. THOMPSON.
Monday, April 12, 1920
ROY LEE CARTHEN
ROY LEE CARTHEN, age 26, died at Boerne City, Texas, south of San Antonio, April 10. The remains arrived here by train and were taken to the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. CARTHEN on East Scott. Funeral services will be held from the residence Wednesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. W. B. ANDREAS, assisted by Rev. A. W. ROGERS and Rev. R. L. POWELL. Interment will be in Fairview cemetery directed by S. W. Gibson. Pallbearers: W. B. CARTHEN, O. S. CARTHEN, E. L. CARTHEN, L. F. CARTHEN, W. J. CLEMENTS, and J. F. GRIFFIN, all uncles of the deceased.
Monday, November 14, 1921
Conductor A. CATO
Santa Fe conductor A. CATO died suddenly at his home on East Broadway this morning of heart failure. He was 70 years old and had been a freight train conductor on the Santa Fe RR for the past 32 years, most of which time he lived in Gainesville. Mr. Cato is survived by his wife, one son GEORGE CATO of Dallas, a brother WILLIAM CATO of Mobile, Alabama, and a sister in California. The funeral will take place from the family residence on East Broadway tomorrow with burial in Fairview cemetery. Pallbearers: S. J. KENNERLY, F. MORRIS, Jr., ORAL BLAKE, W. A. HENSLEY, JOHN MCCARTY and WALTER HUGHES.
Tuesday, November 15, 1921
The funeral of the late A. Cato was held today from the family home on East Broadway, conducted by Revs. R. L. POWELL and THOMAS LENNOX…
Wednesday, February 14, 1923
Little Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Caulfield
GEANNE CLARA CAULFIELD, two year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. CAULFIELD, well known people of this county, residing on East California, died this morning of influenza and pneumonia. The funeral service was held this afternoon at the Carroll Chapel with Rev. CHISM of the Church of Christ officiating. Interment was in Fairview cemetery.
Wednesday, August 9, 1921
L. C. CAUTHEN
L. C. CAUTHEN, age 72, died Monday at this home 17 miles northwest of Gainesville, after an extended illness. The funeral was held Tuesday afternoon at the Sivells Bend Baptist Church with interment in Fairview cemetery at Gainesville. G. J. Carroll had charge.
Saturday, August 4, 1923
DICK CEARNAL Died at Ardmore
DICK CEARNAL, well known citizen of Gainesville, died Friday evening in a sanitarium at Ardmore. Mr. Cearnal had suffered a severe attack of influenza about a year ago from which he never entirely recovered, being at time of his death under treatment of a specialist at Ardmore. He was 47 years old and had resided in Gainesville practically all of his life. For a number of years, he was employed in the mechanical department of a local newspaper and for decades, was associated with his brother, R. S. CEARNAL, in the saddle and harness business here. He was known by practically every farmer in the Gainesville trade territory and had several friends here. He is survived by his brother R. S. CEARNAL and one sister Mrs. S. A. DOUGLAS of Ardmore. The remains reached here Saturday afternoon at the home of R. S. BRAZELTON of 604 North Morgan. Services were conducted by Rev. A. J. HARRIS of Whitesboro and the Knights of Pythias lodge, of which he was a member, had charge of graveside ceremony. Mr. Cearnal was also a member of the Woodmen of the World. Pallbearers: C. E. MARSHALL, R. S. BRAZELTON, J. W. DOWNARD, JIM HILL, CECIL BURCH and RIP BARRETT. G. J. Carroll had charge.
Monday, October 13, 1924
Aged Woman Died in Myra
Mrs. NANNIE E. CHAFFIN, age 79, died at her home in Myra, Monday morning. She is survived by her husband, J. W. CHAFFIN and several grown children. She was a well known and respected citizen of the community. Funeral services will be held in the Myra Baptist Church Tuesday afternoon with Rev. A. F. JONES officiating. Interment in the Reed cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll.
Wednesday, October 15, 1924
Mrs. ELNIS WALKER and children of Wichita Falls attended the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. J. W. CHAFFIN, who died Monday morning.
Thursday, February 22, 1923
Myra Man Died as Result of Cutting Foot with an Axe
JOE MILTON CHAFFIN, age 42, born and reared at Myra, died in a Dallas hospital Wednesday as the result of blood poisoning that followed an injury he sustained some days ago when he accidentally cut his foot with an axe. Mr. Chaffin was brought to the sanitarium at Gainesville where he was informed amputation of the foot was necessary. The operation was delayed at his request so that the injured man could go to Dallas for further examination. His death resulted a short time afterward. Chaffin was not married. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. CHAFFIN, highly respected citizens of Myra. Funeral services will be held at the Myra Baptist Church Friday afternoon with Rev. LANCASTER officiating. G. J. Carroll has charge.
Tuesday, March 4, 1900
Mrs. E. J. CHANCELLOR
Mrs. E. J. CHANCELLOR, daughter of J. R. GARVEY of Gainesville, died at her home in Ardmore, Wednesday evening. She was about 35 years old and is survived by her husband, father, three sisters, two brothers and other relatives. She was reared in Gainesville. The remains were bought here and carried to the home of J. R. GARVEY, from which place the funeral will be held Friday afternoon, with interment in Fairview cemetery.
Saturday, March 6, 1920
The funeral of Mrs. E. J. Chancellor, who died in Ardmore Wednesday evening, was held this afternoon, postponed from Friday afternoon, awaiting the arrival of a brother from South Dakota. She was a daughter of JAMES R. GARVEY of Gainesville, but had resided in Ardmore for some years.
Monday, December 15, 1924
Mother of Local Physician Died
Mrs. JOHN CHANDLER, age 93, mother of Dr. T. F. CHANDLER, city health officer, died at her home in Marietta, Georgia, Sunday afternoon, according to a message received by Dr. Chandler. The funeral service was to be held in Marietta, Ga., Monday afternoon with burial there.
Friday, Jan. 5, 1923
JNO. CHANOS Returned from Funeral of Aunt
JOHN CHANOS returned home Wednesday from Greenville where he attended the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. P. CHANOS. He was accompanied home by his uncle, husband of the deceased woman. Mrs. Chanos died Tuesday morning and the funeral was held Wednesday afternoon at the Baptist Church in Greenville, with burial in the cemetery there.
Monday, February 12, 1923
Mother of Local Man Died in Greece
JOHN CHANOS, proprietor of the Palace of Sweets, received a letter announcing the death of his mother, Mrs. CONSTANTINA DEMITROU CHANOS, age 55, at her home in Mamalouca, Greece, on January 1, 1923. Mrs. Chanos is survived by four children, BILL, GEORGE and Miss DEMITROULA, all of Mamalouca, and JOHN of this city. Another son was killed during the war in 1921. Her husband died in 1903.
Thursday, October 16, 1924
PETE CHANOS, age 45, uncle of JOHN D. CHANOS, proprietor of the Palace of Sweets here, died at the local sanitarium Thursday morning after an illness of several months. Mr. Chanos was connected with the Palace of Sweets for some months here, going to Deming, New Mexico some months ago to benefit his health. He continued to grow worse and was brought back here for treatment. The remains were shipped to Greenville Thursday morning and funeral services were held there Friday morning. John D. Chanos accompanied the remains to Greenville.
Tuesday, November 1, 1921
J. B. CHAPMAN
J. B. CHAPMAN, for 35 years an employee of the Wells Fargo & Co. express, passed away this morning at his home, corner Broadway and Denton. He was 62 years old and at the time of his death, an agent for American Railway Express Co. at Denton, Texas. Mr. Chapman had been in ill health for some time. He is survived by his wife, daughter FAYRENE and sons, LEO of Houston and WILL, student at the local high school. Mr. Chapman was a member of the Masonic fraternity which will have charge of services at the grave. The funeral will be from the family home Wednesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. THOMAS LENNOX of the Dixon St. Christian Church. During the years of 1918 and 1919, Mr. Chapman was express agent in Gainesville, having relieved E. D. WHITE while the latter was in the army service. He was well and favorably known to many express and railroad men.
Thursday, November 3, 1921
Long list of people attending the funeral of J. B. Chapman including express men, friends. Pallbearers: G. C. BENTINCK, A. O. HICKMAN, W. A. THOMPSON, TOM GILL, J. H. JOHNSON, L. H. PUCKETT and J. L. EWING.
Another obit describing his experiences with holdups and narrow escapes when he was an express man in the early days.
Tuesday, April 15, 1924
Funeral of Mrs. Chapman
Funeral services for Mrs. MARY E. CHAPMAN, age 60, who died here Monday evening, were held at the family residence, 110 Smith Grand Ave. Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. EUGENE MCCONLEY of the Dixon St. Christian Church. Mrs. Chapman was born in Casey County, Kentucky on April 22, 1864 and came to Texas in 1888. She resided in Gainesville the past six years, widow of J. B. CHAPMAN, former agent for the American Railway Express Co., who died here in 1921. Mrs. Chapman was an invalid for some years. She is survived by her daughter Mrs. FAYRENE HICKMAN of Gainesville, sons, L. D. CHAPMAN of Houston and WILLIAM CHAPMAN of Gainesville, sister Mrs. VESTINA DUNCAN OF Kansas City, Missouri, and brothers, T. S. DUNCAN of Chattanooga, Okla., who is here to attend the funeral, a brother in Graton, California and a brother in Portland, Oregon. There are two grandchildren, MARY DUNCAN HICKMAN of Gainesville and L. D. CHAPMAN Jr. of Houston. S. W. Gibson had charge.
Thursday, January 18, 1923
Son of Local Man Died in San Antonio
M. F. CHEANEY received a message about the death of his son RUBE, age 21, who died after an operation for appendicitis, at a hospital in San Antonio where he had been living. Rube often visited his father here.
Tuesday, October 2, 1923
H. V. CHEEVER received a telegram about the sudden death of his grandson, RUSSEL CHEEVER, at Los Angeles, California.
Monday, January 16, 1922
Mrs. Choice Died Suddenly
Mrs. Choice, age 66, mother of Mrs. ANNIE STINSON, died suddenly this afternoon at the home of Mrs. ANNIE SCOTT(?Stinson?), 228 South Denton. Mrs. Choice had been in feeble health for years, but the fatal stroke came today with little warning. At the time of her death, Mrs. Stinson was at home with her mother and medical assistance was immediate summoned.
Tuesday, January 17, 1922
The remains of Mrs. LULA CARPER CHOICE, age 66, who died suddenly at her home of her daughter, Mrs. ANNIE STINSON, on East Church St., will be shipped to Whitesboro Wednesday for burial in Whitesboro cemetery, according to G. J. Carroll. Mrs. Choice was born in Virginia in 1856 and came to Gainesville many years ago.
Monday, October 22, 1923
Mrs. HILL CHRISTIAN
Mrs. HILL CHRISTIAN, age 38, died at her home at Prairie Point, 3 miles west of Rosston, Sunday morning. She is survived by her husband, a well known farmer, and eight children, one of whom is only two days old. The funeral was held at the residence this afternoon with interment in the Rosston cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll.
Thursday, October 25, 1923
Our community was made sad last Sunday morning when the news was received that the death angel had visited the home of HILL CHRISTIAN, and claimed the wife and mother, Mrs. LONES CHRISTIAN. .. Sympathy to the father and children, especially Miss LOLA who was away at school and Miss OPAL, JIMAND(?), and WINIFRED, who were Lubbock on business at the time of their mother’s death.
Friday, May 18, 1923
Mrs. M. S. CHRISTY
Mrs. MARTHINA STATT CHRISTY, age 73, died Friday morning at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. A. GILBERT, 914 N. Commerce, after an illness of some time. She is survived by three children, Mrs. Gilbert, Mrs. LUCILLE PHLAGER of Kansas City, and J. G. CHRISTY of Wyoming, eight grandchildren, LEE and ALMA JOHNSON, who Mrs. Christy raised after the death of their parents, MAY, JO, LOUISE, and NEWTON GILBERT, and JAMES and ALMA PHLAGER. Mrs. Christy was born December 18, 1849 in Lafayette County, Missouri, and her husband, who died six years ago, was a well known statesman of Missouri, serving three terms as representative in the state legislature and was also a Confederate veteran. Funeral services will be held at the home of Mrs. Gilbert this evening with Rev. R. E. JOINER officiating. The remains will be shipped to by train to Odessa, Missouri. The body will be accompanied by Mrs. Gilbert and Mrs. Lucille Phlaeger of Kansas City, who was here at the time of her mother’s death.
Saturday, October 15, 1921
Mrs. SUSAN CLACK
The funeral of Mrs. SUSAN CLACK was held at the family residence on South Denton Saturday morning with Rev. M. B. STOUT and Rev. E. V. COLE officiating. Interment was in the Spring Creek cemetery south of town. She was the wife of Uncle JIMMIE CLACK. She was 79 years old and her death occurred at the family home on South Denton Friday. She was a member of the Methodist Church. She came to Texas from Virginia at an early date, being born in Virginia. Active pallbearers: OVERTON CLACK, JOE CLACK, R. D. CLACK, S. L. ECHOLS, O. R. RANDLE, E. C. PHILPOTT.
Thursday, November 10, 1921
SUSAN MORRIS CLACK, born Jan. 13, 1842, died Oct. 14, 1921.
SUSAN S. MORRIS was born in Barren County, Kentucky and was married there in 1861 to JAMES A. CLACK. Of the eight children born to this union, six survive: Mrs. LEE ECHOLS and J. B. CLACK of Valley View, H. P. CLACK of Wills Point, Mrs. O. R. RANDLE of Oklahoma City, Misses LAURA and MATTYE CLACK of Gainesville. An infant died in Kentucky and the eldest son, JOHN, died in Texas in 1883, just as he reached manhood. Of her three brothers and four sisters, none survive.
Friday, December 21, 1923
J. A. CLACK
JAMES A. CLACK, age 83, died at his home on 608 Denton St., Friday morning, following an illness of several years. He is survived by two sons and four daughters, J. P. CLACK of Gainesville, H. P. CLACK of Wills Points, Mrs. O. R. RANDLE of Oklahoma City, Mrs. LEE ECHOLS, Misses LAURA and MATTYE CLACK of Gainesville. Mr. Clack was a well known figure in Cooke County, one of the pioneer settlers. During the past several years he lived in Gainesville, moving here from Era. He was a member of the Methodist Church and served on the commissioners’ court for some years. Funeral services will be held at the residence Saturday morning. Rev. R. R. GAINES of Era and Rev. E. V. COLE of the Denton St. Methodist Church will officiate. Interment will be in Spring Creek cemetery 8 miles southwest of Gainesville, arranged by G. J. Carroll.
Tuesday, February 3, 1920
Word was received here that WOOD CLARK, age 22, son of E. H. CLACK of Gainesville, died at El Paso this morning. The body will arrive here Wednesday or Thursday. Funeral arrangements have not been made. The young man was in the army service during the last part of the world war, stationed at San Antonio when taken ill, following which he was sent to the government sanitarium at El Paso. He was reared in the Era community.
Thursday, February 5, 1920
The funeral of WOOD CLACK, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. CLACK of 1201 South Lindsay, who died in El Paso Tuesday, were held this afternoon from the family home, conducted by Rev. C. W. DENNIS, with interment in Fairview cemetery. The following friends served as pallbearers: LEE SPARKMAN, BALLARD WATTS, DON WALKER, GRADY TREW, JOE PETITT, and WAYNE TREW. G. J. Carroll had charge.
Thursday, April 26, 1923
JIM CLARK received a telegram Friday stating that his brother, JESS CLARK, was at Durant, Okla., where he would undergo an operation. Saturday, he received another message that Jess was dead. His brother, THOMAS CLARK, and Miss LILLIAN, CHARLES and JOHN CLARK left immediately for that place.
Saturday, April 16, 1921
W. M. CLARK
W. M. CLARK, age 61, died Friday night at his home on North Morris, after an illness of over three years, during the last three weeks, acute Bright’s disease developed. Last year, he suffered a paralytic stroke that was very severe. Mr. Clark was born in Tennessee and came to Gainesville in 1896. One year later his wife died. Since that time, he lived with two of his children, MILTON CLARK and Mrs. ED MILLER. The two and JAMES CLARK of Tishomingo, Okla., constitute the members of his own family, while he is survived by three sisters and two brothers, Mrs. EULA DAY of Gunter, Texas, Mrs. JOHN MOORE of Lubbock, Mrs. BARBER of Merkle, Texas, ANDREW CLARK of Durant, Okla., E. W. CLARK of Grayson County, most of whom will be here for the funeral. Until his health became feeble, Mr. Clark was a building contractor in Gainesville. Funeral services will be held from the family home, 506 North Morris, Sunday afternoon with Rev. MINOR BOUNDS of Whaley Memorial Methodist Church officiating. Interment will be in Fairview cemetery.
Monday, April 18, 1921
Pallbearers, members of the carpenters union: W. H. RUBISH, WILL RATCLIFF, JOE OEHMAN, WILL ATKINS, RIP BARRETT, and ELAM JOHNSON.
Saturday, June 21, 1924
Woodbine Pastor Died
Woodbine, Texas, June 21: Rev. JAMES M. CLEMENS, age 76, highly respected and pioneer Baptist minister, died here Friday morning following an illness of several months. He is survived by six daughters, Mrs. G. P. HAWKINS of Woodbine, Mrs. MARY MCAFEE of Fort Townsend, Okla., Mrs. ARTHUR GEORGE of Kansas City, Missouri, Mrs. LURA NELSON of Stockton, California, Mrs. ETHEL CARROLL of Amarillo, Mrs. EMMA TURNER of Greenville, New Mexico; one son, WILL CLEMENS of Sudan, Texas; three brothers, A. CLEMENS of Tennessee, SAM and H. T. CLEMENS of Washington, D. C. Funeral services were held at Nelson Grove Saturday morning with Rev. R. R. GAINES of Era officiating. Interment in the Nelson Grove cemetery directed by S. W. Gibson.
Wednesday, June 25, 1924
The funeral of Rev. J. W. CLEMENS was held at the Woodbine Baptist Church Saturday morning instead of Nelson Grove as announced. Mrs. G. NORMAN of Amarillo, Mrs. MAE STATION, Mrs. FRED FRASHER and Mrs. LILT BROOKS of Gainesville were here to attend the funeral.
Tuesday, March 30, 1920
Mrs. G. M. DAVIS of Gainesville received the sad news of the death of her father, W. E. CLEVELAND, which occurred at his home Monday at Rotan, Texas, age 62. Mr. Cleveland was married 41 years, leaving nine children and 41 grandchildren, his being the first death to occur in this large family.
Tuesday, March 23, 1920
Former Citizen Died in Oklahoma
Mrs. E. T. HARBOUR received word of the death of her mother, Mrs. ELIZABETH CLIFTON, age 93, who died at her home at Stratford, Okla., Monday night. The passing of Mrs. Clifton breaks a chain of five generation, she being the great-grandmother of Mr. and Mrs. STUDER of Waco. Mrs. Clifton formerly resided here with her daughter, Mrs. E. T. Harbour.
Tuesday, April 15, 1924
Small Child Died of Burns
GEORGE CLEMENT, six year old son of Rev. and Mrs. CARL CLEMENT of Myra, 12 miles west of Gainesville, died Tuesday morning from burns received Monday afternoon when his clothes ignited from a fire started by the child and a playmate. Rev. and Mrs. Clement came to Gainesville Monday, allowing the boy to stay with a playmate at his urgent request, and only the two children were in the Clement home when the tragedy occurred. During the afternoon, the two children conceived the idea of building a fire in the Clement home, using coal oil. …Some coal oil spilled on the boy’s clothes, then after the fire started, his clothes burst into flames. He ran from the building…seen by neighbors who rushed to his aid and extinguished the flames, only after his body was terribly burned. .. Funeral services were held at the Myra Methodist Church of which Rev. Clement is pastor, Tuesday afternoon with Rev. H.C. HAND of Iowa Park officiating. Interment was in Nelson Grove cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll.
Tuesday, October 21, 1924
J. A. CLIFTON
JASPER A. CLIFTON, age 59, well known Marysville farmer, died at the home of his half-sister, Mrs. W. G. BUSHBY, corner of Throckmorton and West Broadway, Tuesday morning, following an illness of several days. Mr. Clifton suffered a stroke of paralysis last Saturday and was brought to the home of Mrs. Bushby for treatment. He is survived by his wife and four children, Mrs. NETTIE GOFF, Mrs. BELLE DOTY and Mrs. ROSA WILDER of Marysville, and LOGAN CLIFTON of Canada; a brother T. J. CLIFTON of Marysville, another sister, Mrs. DORA WALDROP of Sivils Bend. All relatives, except the son, were at his bedside, as was his mother-in-law, Mrs. EMILY MILLER of Valley View. The funeral party will leave the Bushby home Wednesday morning and proceed to Shiloh Church near Bulcher where funeral services will be conducted by Rev. SHELBY WEST, interment in the cemetery directed by S. W. Gibson. Mr. Clifton was a member of the Baptist Church and well known and respected in his community where he resided for some years.
Monday, May 15, 1922
S. W. Gibson reports the death of Mrs. S. C. COBB, 18 years old, at her home, 7 miles southeast of Gainesville, on the Denton road, Saturday morning. Funeral services were held Sunday morning with Rev. GORE officiating. The remains were laid to rest in New Hope cemetery.
Saturday, April 1, 1922
JAMES WASHINGTON, 16 months old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. COCRHAN of Valley View, died here this morning. Burial will be at Valley View tomorrow.
Friday, June 23, 1922
W. H. COFER
W. H. COFER, age 81, died Friday afternoon at the home of his son-in-law, W. F. MURPHY, on West Main St. Mr. Cofer was a pioneer citizen of Cooke county, having lived here 44 years. He was born Sept. 6, 1841 near Elizabethtown, Hardin County, Kentucky, son of JOHN and MARY E. COFER. While a small child, he moved with his parents to Illinois where he grew to manhood. On June 29, 1869, he married Miss MARGARET J. DAILY and they moved to Nashville, Tennessee. After living there about nine years, they moved to Texas in 1878, settling in Cooke County. Mr. Cofer is survived by three children, ROBERT E. COFER of Austin, ANNETTE E. MURPHY, wife of W. F. MURPHY, of Gainesville, and MARGARET F. ECHOLS, wife of ROBERT E. ECHOLS. During his active life, Mr. Cofer was a farmer and stock raiser. He was a member of the Methodist Church since childhood. The funeral will be held Sunday evening at the home of Mr. Murphy, with Revs. MINOR BOUNDS and E. V. COLE officiating. Pallbearers; W. H. DOUGHERTY, LEE MARTIN, JOHN MAUPIN, WILL ROSE, J. M. POTTER, and J. C. MURRELL. G. J. Carroll has charge with burial at Fairview cemetery.
Saturday, June 17, 1923
T. N. COFER will return to his home at Kansas City tonight after attending the funeral of his brother, W. H. COFER, Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. R. T. ECHOLS, who came to attend the funeral of her father, W. H. COFER, will return home to Chicago tonight.
Tuesday, September 7, 1920
Well Known Local Business Man Died in N. Y.
IS. COHEN, veteran business man of Gainesville, succumbed to heart failure while on a trip to New York for the purpose of purchasing goods for his store here, the Ladies Shop. The time of his death which followed a few days of indisposition, his family were with him. IS. COHEN was born in Philadelphia, Pa., and had he lived until next April, he would have been 72 years old. He moved to Gainesville from Philadelphia 39 years ago last March. For years he was a trusted employee of the S. ZACHARIAS store, the some years ago, Mr. Cohen entered the field himself, operating one of the up-to-date ladies’ furnishing store here. He was a member of the Knights of Pythias. He is survived by his wife and two children, Miss CECILE COHEN of the family home, and HARRY COHEN, engaged in business in New York City; two sisters, Mrs. DAN BAUM of Gainesville and Mrs. S. BAUM of San Antonio. The funeral party left New York City Monday. The remains will arrive at Whitesboro on the Texas Special Wednesday morning and will be met by G. J. Carroll to be taken to the family home on South Red River where the funeral will be held Thursday. Rabbi FOX of Fort Worth will conduct the services with burial in Fairview cemetery.
Wednesday, Sept. 8, 1920
Mrs. A. GOLDSTEIN of Dallas, Mrs. LEE LEHMAN of San Antonio, and HENRY BAUM of Ardmore arrived to attend the funeral of their relative, IS COHEN.
Thursday, September 9, 1920
H. S. SCHELINE, former popular citizen and business man of Gainesville, is here from Dallas to attend the funeral of his friend, Is Cohen.
Thursday, September 9, 1920
Funeral of Is Cohen
Active pallbearers: DAN ZACHARIAS, N. C. SNIDER, HENRTY BERTRAM, BOB CERN, JAMES DOUGLAS, LEO KUEHN.
Friday, September 20, 1921
Mrs. IS COHEN
Mrs. IS COHEN, one of the pioneers of Gainesville, died at her home on South Red River this morning, after an illness of practically a year. She was the widow of IS COHEN, well known business man, who died sometime ago. She is survived by one son, HENRY COHEN of New York City, and Miss CECILE COHEN of Gainesville who was with her mother constantly during her illness. Mrs. A. GOLDSTEIN of Dallas, a sister of Mrs. Cohen, is here. G. J. Carroll will have charge.
Wednesday, September 21, 1921
The funeral of Mrs. Is Cohen will be held from the family home on South Red River Thursday afternoon. Active pallbearers: BOB CERN, LEO KUEHN, LEO OBERSTEIN, WILLIAM LEVIN, A. L. STONE, DAN ZACHARIAS.
Friday, September 23, 1921
The remains of Mrs. Is Cohen were laid to rest in the Jewish section of the Fairview cemetery Thursday afternoon, Dr. DAVID LEFKOWITZ, rabbi of Temple Emanuel at Dallas, officiating. Mrs. Cohen was married at Fort Worth in 1885 and moved here with her husband during that year. … She is survived by son, HARRY COHEN, and Miss CECILE COHEN; two sisters, Mrs. A. GOLDSTEIN of Dallas and Mrs. GOLDBACH of New Orleans, two brothers, CHARLES WEMAR of New Orleans and LEO WEMAR of New York.
Friday, July 25, 1924
Cooke County Man Died
WILLIAM T. COGBURN, age 58, died at his home in Leo, in the southwest part of the county, Thursday night after a lingering illness. He leaves a widow and three children, G. H. COGBURN, Mrs. T. G. MOSS and Miss VIRGINIA COGBURN, all of Leo. Mr. Cogburn spent his life in the Leo community and was a prominent citizen of that locality. He was an active worker in his church and since age of 21, a member of the Odd Fellows lodge. Funeral services were held at the residence Friday afternoon with Rev. J. J. WALKER of Pauls Valley, Okla., officiating. Interment in the Cogburn cemetery near Leo had members of the I.O.O.F. lodge in charge of services there. The body was prepared by S. W. Gibson.
Thursday, July 31, 1924
OPAL MOSS and LELA KNIGHT of Denton Normal were called home to attend the funeral of W. T. COGBURN, who died Thursday night. Mr. Cogburn leaves his wife, three children, Mrs. PEARL MOSS, G. A. and VIRGINIA COGBURN, and two stepchildren, NEWTON and ZORA LEE SPRAGGINS, two sisters and two brothers.
Monday, January 14, 1924
Mr. and Mrs. Rue
Mr. and Mrs. WILL RUE left yesterday in response to the message announcing the serious illness of her brother, SMITH CORNEILIUS, at High, Texas. Mr. Coleman had been ill for some time and word was received this morning about his death. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning. The deceased is survived by his widow and several children.
Monday, April 2, 1923
Mrs. MOLLIE H. COLE
Mrs. MOLLIE HARRIET COLE, nee DICKINSON, mother of Rev. E. V. COLE of the Denton St. Methodist Church, died at her son’s home on Denton St. Monday morning. She had been in impaired health for some time. She was born in Calhoun County, Alabama, Aug. 29, 1855, married W. P. COLE on Oct. 21, 1879, and they came to Texas in 1884. She joined the Methodist Church at age of 15 and was a faithful member since that time. Her husband died March 14, 1915 at Bowie, Montague County, Texas and she came to live with her son here. Funeral services will be held at the Denton St. Methodist Church Tuesday morning and the remains will be taken to St. Jo, Montague County, for interment. Pallbearers: WILLIAM C. MCKENZIE, H. F. SMITH, WILL RUE, H. H. HAMILTON, C. M. BUCKINGHAM, and H. E. LINDELL. S. W. Gibson has charge.
Saturday, April 3, 1920
Oldtime Employee of Santa Fe RR Died
D. C. COLLIER, known as Uncle Dave, died suddenly this morning of apoplexy as he was walking on the platform at the Santa Fe passenger station. Mr. Collier was an employee of the Santa Fe track department for many years and was known to all railroad men who ‘run’ in and out of this city. He was a faithful employee, quiet and law-abiding. Mr. Collier was about 60 years old. Mr. Collier is survived by his wife. The funeral will take place Sunday afternoon from the family home on 704 North Morris with Rev. E. A. WESSON officiating. Pallbearers: OWEN SAUNDERS Sr., J. O. PATTERSON, J. A. ANDERSON, JNO. SCRUGGS, JAMES GALLAGHER, and J. D. NETTLES.
Wednesday, December 27, 1923
Relative of Local People Died at Home in Dallas
Dallas, Dec. 26: MATHEW K. COLLIER, 30 or 39 years old, manager of the retail department of the Pittsburg Plate Glass Co., died at his home, 5337 Richard Ave, Tuesday morning. He was born in San Saba County and spent his early life in Tyler and Hillsboro before coming to Dallas six years ago. He was a member of the Keystone Lodge, A.F.&A.M., and the East Dallas Christian Church. Mr. Collier is survived by his wife, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. WALKER of Gainesville; four brothers, TOM C. of El Reno, Okla., RUBIN of Denton, SAM and W. C. of Gainesville, and four sisters, Mrs. JACK FLORENCE of Austin, Mrs. T. W. PATTERSON of Arkansas City, Kansas, Misses ONA LEE and VIRGINIA COLLIER of Gainesville. Funeral services will be at the residence Wednesday morning with Rev. JOHN G. WELLS officiating. Burial will be at Denton.
Tuesday, February 8, 1921
Aged Pioneer Woman Died
New was received here Sunday announcing the death of ‘Grandma’ COLLUM, which occurred Saturday night at her home in Dexter. She was the mother of the late SEBE COLLUM, one of the best known citizens of the Dexter community. Grandma Collum was a pioneer citizen of Cooke County. Her age was about 94 years.
Saturday, July 23, 1921
Mrs. MARY COOK
Mrs. MARY COOK, age 64, wife of Uncle JIM COOK, died at her home in Hood Wednesday night. She had long resided in that community, a pioneer citizen of Cooke County. The funeral was held Friday afternoon at Hood with Revs. SHAW and GAINES officiating. Mrs. Cooke is survived by her husband and two daughters, Mrs. TOM FIELDING and Mrs. BREWER, who reside in this county. G. J. Carroll had charge of burial.
April 25, 1921
HIRAM COOPER died at the home of his brother, A. A. COOPER, at Mossville this morning. Funeral services were held this afternoon with interment in Red River cemetery.
Saturday, November 17, 1923
Former Local Boy Died
JOHN COLVIN, age 21, a former Cooke County boy who was principally reared in the Custer City community, died Wednesday afternoon at his home in Duncan, Oklahoma, from burns received Tuesday when he attempted to extinguish a fire in a truck load of gasoline, according to information received here by the Register from his brother, ED COLVIN, of Duncan. The youth was the son of O. C. COLVIN, former well known citizen county citizen, who now lives in Lebanon, Oklahoma. From the Duncan Banner:
The fatal tragedy occurred about a mile south of the city when Colvin and another truck driver were returning from the refinery with their trucks loaded with gasoline for the Duncan Gasoline & Oil Co. Colvin’s truck developed engine trouble and could not be pulled out of a bad place in the road. Colvin and the other driver started on to town intending to get a tractor and return for the load. When a short distance from the breakdown, the truck of the second driver slipped into a slight rut and it is believed that some of the gasoline sloshed out and onto the muffler of the truck where it was ignited, setting fire to the truck. The two men managed to several barrels of gasoline off the truck and away from the fire and Colvin attempted to pull a wagon sheet from the truck. In doing this, the burning gasoline sloshed on his clothing, igniting them. With assistance of some men who were passing the scene, the fire was extinguished by tearing off most of Colvin’s clothing. He was rushed to the hospital for medical attention but the patient failed to rally, the physicians expressed the opinion that he had inhaled the fumes and possibly some flames. He died Wednesday afternoon. Colvin was married and leaves a wife, who was just out of the hospital from an operation, and his father who is an officer in Carter county, Okla. The father is here now. Funeral services were held Friday with burial in Duncan cemetery. Colvin is well known in Duncan, having lived here for some years, working for different oil companies. His brother Ed Colvin works for Magnolia Co.
Monday, March 26, 1923
Father of Mrs. C. C. LITTLETON Died
J. W. CORN, father of Mrs. C. C. Littleton, died at his home at Benbrook, near Fort Worth, Monday morning, according to word received by Mrs. Littleton, who, with Mrs. KEATING of Fort Worth, spent the weekend in Gainesville. Mr. and Mrs. Littleton and Mrs. Keating left Monday for Benbrook.
Friday, March 18, 1921
Dr. A. H. CONSON
More than 12 years ago, ill health overtook Dr. A. H. CONSON of Gainesville and during that long period, he has been more or less an invalid. Death came Friday evening and, thus, another pioneer citizen has gone to his reward. During his active days, Dr. Conson was one of the leading physicians of north Texas, enjoyed a lucrative practice. In 1878, Dr. Conson was married to Miss ELIZABETH STONE, who was born and reared in Sivells Bend community of Cooke County. Besides his wife, one daughter survives, Mrs. R. J. TIMMIS of Gainesville. Dr. Conson was 72 years old. Funeral services will be held from the home on Church St., Sunday afternoon, Rev. E. V. COLE officiating. G. J. Carroll has charge. Active pallbearers: Doctors A. C. SCOTT of Temple, C. R. JOHNSON, W. J. PRICE, R. S. WILSON, D. M. HIGGINS, and J. L. GRIFFIN.
Friday, November 3, 1922
Funeral of Mrs. Cooley
The funeral of Mrs. JOHN COOLEY, age 61, who died Wednesday afternoon at her home on West Scott St., was held Thursday afternoon at the residence. Rev. E. A. WESSON of the Grand Ave. Baptist Church, conducted the ceremony. Mrs. Cooley is survived by her husband. Interment in Fairview cemetery arranged by G. J. Carroll.
Saturday, December 13, 1924
Father of Former Local Woman Died
P. CORN, age 76, father of Mrs. W. W. RILEY of Wichita Falls, formerly of Gainesville, died at his home in Miami, Arizona, according to a letter received by the Register from Mr. Riley, who for some years was connected with the Register in the mechanical department.
Friday, May 2, 1924
J. C. COPPIN
J. C. COPPIN, for many years an employee of the Katy RR, died at his home at Denison, Friday afternoon, according to a message received by Mr. and Mrs. CLYDE J. MATHERLY, close family friends. Mr. Coppin had been in ill health for the past year. He was a machinist and later division manager for the M.K.&T. RR. He was also superintendent of the city water works at Denison which had been his home for decades, where he was a property owner and highly respected citizen. He is survived by his wife and one daughter, Miss BESSIE.
Saturday, May 3, 1924
Funeral services for J. C. COPPIN of Denison, who died at his home there Friday afternoon, will be held from the residence, 508 West Chestnut St. in Denison, Sunday afternoon….Mr. Coppin was 63 years old and had been in declining health for years. He was born in Canada December 8, 1860 but left there when he was a few years old, moving to Denison 30 years ago. Mr. Coppin is survived by his wife, daughter Miss BESS, and one sister, Mrs. MINNIE CROUSE of Janeville, Wisconsin.
Friday, March 7, 1924
RUTH COTTON, ten year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. OSCAR COTTON, died of pneumonia, March 1. The funeral was held at the home Sunday with Rev. WILSON officiating. Interment was in the Era cemetery.
Wednesday, June 23, 1920
Mrs. B. E. CORDER
Mrs. ALMEIDA CORDER, age 36, wife of B. E. CORDER, Katy RR bridge foreman, died Tuesday at Denison, where she was under treatment for an illness…She had been away from Gainesville for a few weeks, having started on a trip to visit to relatives in Texas and Oklahoma towns, expecting to be away about two months. Surviving are her husband, two little daughters, and her mother Mrs. CAMPBELL. The remains were brought to Gainesville on the Katy RR and taken to the family home on North Red River St., from which place the funeral will be held Thursday afternoon with Rev. J. F. PIERCE of the Denton St. Methodist Church officiating. Services at the grave will be in charge of the Eastern Star, of which she was a member. G. J. Carroll announced active pallbearers: J. J. MOON, FRED WANKAN, J. D. HAYNES, W. A. GARDNER, JOE BOOZER and E. F. ACKLEY.
Saturday, June 26, 1920
Card of thanks from the family of Mrs. Corder: B. E. CORDER and children, Mrs. MARY CAMPBELL.
Wednesday, June 21, 1923
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. COWGUR died at the family home in Woodbine. Funeral services were held this afternoon with burial in Dixie cemetery in Grayson County, arranged by S. W. Gibson.
Saturday, March 1, 1924
Era Child Died
BEATRICE RUTH, 11 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. COTTON, residing at Era, 15 miles southwest of Gainesville, died Saturday morning, complication of measles and pneumonia as cause of death. The funeral will be held at the family residence Sunday morning with Rev. W. J. WILSON of the Era Methodist Church officiating. Interment in Era cemetery directed by S. W. Gibson.
Mr. and Mrs. JOE DAVIS and family of Lubbock are visiting relatives and friends here.
Wednesday, August 17, 1921
Death of a Pioneer
Marietta, Okla.: The death of L. C. COTHRAN occurred at the family home 4 miles southwest of Sivells Bend, Monday, Aug. 8. He was a pioneer citizen of Love County and moved from here to the Sivells Bend community about 15 years ago. He seldom visited Marietta after leaving here but had many friends among the early settlers who regret his death. The deceased was a member of the Methodist Church and a Mason. He is survived by his wife and several grown children. He was a member of the Masonic lodge at Marysville, Texas and the funeral and interment occurred Tuesday under the auspices of the Marysville lodge.
Saturday, July 21, 1923
JAMES T. COURSEY
Funeral services for JAMES T. COURSEY were held at the family home, corner Clement and Broadway, Saturday morning. Rev. E. V. COLE and Rev. THOMAS LENNOX officiated. The remains were taken to the Somerville cemetery, a few miles south of Muenster, arranged by G. J. Carroll. Mr. Coursey was past 78 years of age, born in Missouri, January 15, 1846 and came to Texas in 1860. He was a pioneer settler in this section of the state and is reported to had some thrilling experiences with the Indians, his horse shot from under him. Mr. Coursey was married to Miss EMMA GRANT, near Muenster on March 14, 1867. They reared a large family, nine of whom are now living: JOE and JAP COURSEY, Mrs. JIMMY BROWN, Mrs. MAGGIE MOYERS, Mrs. ANNE SHORT, Mrs. GEORGIA DURHAM, Mrs. R. H. JOHNSON, Mrs. CLIVA ROSSON, and Mrs. MAMIE CUMMINGS. Besides his wife and children, he is survived by 20 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and a brother A. J. COURSEY.
Thursday, March 20, 1924
Aged Citizen Died
NATHAN THOMAS COX, age 76, died at his home 1 ½ miles southeast of Gainesville, Thursday morning after an illness of several months. Mr. Cox was born November 12, 1847 in Missouri and was married in that state to Miss SUSANNAH VIRGINIA MINNICK on March 20, 1874. In 1892 they came to Texas, settling in the Spring Creek community in Cooke County. Mr. Cox was a devoted member of the Methodist Episcopal Church South since 1873 and served as a steward in his church. He is survived by his wife and three children, J. D. COX of Chicago, Ill., L. J. COX and Mrs. DORA BUGG of Gainesville. (has initials A. L. handwritten by these names) Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at the Whaley Memorial Methodist Church conducted by Rev. M. A. STOUT of Bailey, Texas, and Rev. MINOR BOUNDS of the church. Interment in Fairview cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll.
Monday, November 6, 1922
ELIJAH COX, age 74, was found dead in his room over the First National Bank here this afternoon by his son, WARREN COX. He appeared to have been dead about an hour. Mr. Cox came to Gainesville from Arkansas about 30 days ago and had resided in the room since that time. He had been in ill health for some months and his death was not unexpected. … The body was taken to the home of his son Warren Cox, well known local barber, on South Grand Ave., and the funeral will be held at the residence Tuesday morning with Rev. E. A. WESSON officiating. S. W. Gibson had charge.
Tuesday, November 7, 1922
Mr. Cox was born March 21, 1848 in Indiana. He came to Gainesville 30 days from Rogers, Arkansas where he had resided for eight years. He is survived by his son WARREN COX and one grandson, LEVI COX. He was a Primitive Baptist. Interment was in Fairview cemetery. Pallbearers: HENRY BERTRAM, FRED FRASHER, ALEX CANON, HENRY MURPHY, RALPH BELL, and JACK SELLARS.
Thursday, April 19, 1923
ABE G. M. COX died at his home 15 miles southeast of Gainesville on the Pilot Point road last Tuesday. Mr. Cox was 76 years old and had resided in Cooke County 51 years. He was a splendid citizen and life long Democrat, whom his friends called the ‘Democratic wheel-horse of Cooke County.’ Fraternally, he was a prominent member of the Masonic lodge and was laid to rest in the Mt. Zion cemetery last Wednesday by the Gainesville Masonic lodge with H. S. HOLMAN having charge of the service. Mrs. SARAH FRANCES COX, his wife, died less than two weeks ago, and appropriate services for both Mr. and Mrs. Cox will be observed to the church to which they belonged next Sunday. They were married in Fannin County, Texas 53 years ago and lived in the Cooke County on the same farm for more than a half century. Born to them were six boys and six girls, all grown and married. They had 84 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren.
Monday, August 7, 1922
JIM CRIDER of near Mountain Springs received a message that his brother, HOWARD CRIDER, of Farmersville, died Sunday afternoon. We understand that appendicitis was the cause of death. Mr. Crider was one of Farmersville’s merchants.
Thursday, August 30, 1923
Mrs. JACK CRISS, wife of JACK CRISS, formerly well known citizen of here, died at her home in Fort Worth Saturday afternoon after a brief illness. The funeral was held this afternoon at Fort Worth J. L. HICKSON of Gainesville attended the funeral.
Thursday, April 24, 1924
Nonagenarian Is Buried near Era
MARTIN CRABTREE, age 90, died at the home of his son, A. C. CRABTREE, three miles north of Era, Wednesday afternoon. He had resided there only a short time. Funeral services were held at the residence Thursday afternoon with Rev. WILSON of the Era Methodist Church officiating. Mr. Crabtree is survived only by one son. Interment in Era cemetery arranged by S. W. Gibson.
Friday, May 2, 1924
Mr. Crabtree was buried at the Myra cemetery.
Wednesday, August 11, 1920
Death of Former Citizen W. A. CRAVEN, formerly highly esteemed citizen of Gainesville, died at Sulphur, Oklahoma. Mr. Craven, who for many years was an honored resident of Gainesville, was in Santa Fe train service for about 25 years and was employed on the Sulphur-Davis branch since its construction there over 15 years ago. He is survived by his wife, who was Miss HARRELL of Marysville, and a foster sister, Mrs. JESSE DRIVER, of Gainesville.
Friday, August 13, 1920
The remains of WILL A. CARVEN, who died at his home at Sulphur, Okla., arrived here over the Santa Fe RR this afternoon and were conveyed to the Fairview cemetery by G. J. Carroll. Rev. E. A. WESSON officiated. His friends acted as pallbearers.
Thursday, May 3, 1923
Mrs. MARY E. CRIMM
Mrs. MARY E. CRIMM died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. J. W. LAUGHLIN, at Sulphur, Oklahoma. The remains will arrive here Friday afternoon on the Santa Fe train and will be taken to Fairview cemetery where services will be held with Rev. HOMAS LENNOX of the Dixon St. Christian Church officiating. G. J. Carroll will have charge of arrangements. Mrs. Crimm had been a resident of Gainesville many years. Pallbearers: A. M. BELL, FELIX JOHNSON, L. F. GRAY, G. W. WAYLAND, JEFF DUSTIN, and H. M. LILE.
Wednesday, February 27, 1924
Sister of Local Man Buried Here
Mrs. HARRY CROFFORD, age 59, sister of JOHN PHILLIPS of Gainesville, died at her home in Wichita Falls Tuesday afternoon. The remains were shipped to Gainesville by train Wednesday morning and the funeral was held at the train with Rev. E. V. COLE of the Denton St. Methodist Church officiating. Pallbearers: A. S. REED, G. O. BREEDING, H. C. TALLEY, ED HEATH, J. W. BAILEY, R. A. LEE. Interment at Fairview cemetery arranged by S. W. Gibson.
Friday, March 23, 1923
Dr. W. B. CRUDGINGTON
Dr. WILLIAM BROWNLOW CRUDGINGTON, age 58, died Monday morning at the emergency hospital at Breckenridge. Death is said to have been caused by blood poison resulting from diabetes form which he had suffered many years. Dr. Crudgington was born in Roane County, Tennessee, Sept. 4, 1855, but came to Texas when a small child with his parents Mr. and Mrs. ELIJAH CRUDGINGTON, who first settled in east Texas then moved to Stephens County in 1877. Reared to manhood in Stephens County, he attended medical college at Louisville, Kentucky and took up the practice of medicine at Guthrie, King County, Texas, later going to Archer City. About 1896 he returned to his home county then went to school in Fort Worth, continued until he received a diploma from the medical college there. After graduation he, upon request of citizens at Archer City, returned to Archer City to practice his profession. During his first residence at Archer City, he married Miss MABEL YOUNGBLOOD in the fall of 1893, she survives him. In 1901 he went to Gainesville and was there more than ten years. In 1914 he changed from general practice to special work in the treatment of nerves. Dr. Crudgington was a member of the Presbyterian Church and funeral services were held in that church Tuesday morning with Rev. J. W. WHITE officiating. There are seven surviving children: HUBERT CRUDGINGTON of Albany, N. Y.; KENNETH CRUDGINGTON in the U. S. Navy at Norfolk, Va., DAMON CRUDGINGTON of Breckenridge, Mrs. C. M. CORCORAN, Miss MARIE CRUDGINGTON and LEONARD CRUDGINGTON of this city.
Monday, January 16, 1922
Mrs. P. CROSSMAN died in Dallas Sunday. She was the aunt of Mrs. LEE OBERSTEIN of Gainesville and had formerly lived here.
Thursday, February 3, 1921
Mrs. ROBERT NEWTON received word about the death of Mrs. A. CROZIER at Bellevue, Texas, about a week ago. Mrs. Crozier formerly lived in Gainesville, her husband at that time employed in the Lyon-Gribble Lumber Co.
Tuesday, December 26, 1922
FRANK L. CROW, age 33, a machinist in the Santa Fe RR roundhouse, died suddenly Monday morning while on duty. He was stricken with a fainting spell from which he never regained consciousness. Crow had been employed by the Santa Fe since the strike of shopmen last July. Relatives at Shawnee, Oklahoma, were notified of his death and a brother arrived here to take charge of the remains at Carroll undertaking. The body will be taken to Shawnee for burial.
Monday, October 9, 1922
Mrs. E. R. WAGONER received a telegram today about the death of her sister, Mrs. T. A. CRUMLEY at Mangum, Okla., after a brief illness.
Monday, July 16, 1923
Two Pioneers of the Dexter Community
Mrs. D. C. CUNNINGHAM and DOCK ODOM, both highly respected pioneer citizens of the Dexter community are dead. Mr. ODOM passed away at the home of his daughter, Mrs. ARTHUR PERKINS, at Callisburg, while Mrs. Cunningham died at her home in Dexter. Mrs. Cunningham, age 61, had been in ill health more than a year. Her death was Monday morning. She was a pioneer of the Dexter locality, a member of the Baptist Church, highly respected. She is survived by her husband and four children, ROBERT of Sherman, Mrs. R. E. POLER of Dodd City, Mrs. M. M. SLAUGHTER and Miss WINNIE CUNNINGHAM of Fort Worth, all of whom were present when she died. The funeral will be held Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist Church in Dexter with Rev. CHARLES GARRETT officiating.
Monday, February 25, 1924
J. M. CRUMLY
Funeral services for JOHN MELTON CRUMLY, age 65, who died Sunday afternoon, were held at the Whaley Memorial Methodist Church Monday afternoon, then the body was conveyed to Valley View for interment. Mr. Crumly, who had made his home in Gainesville the past 12 years, was born in Green County, Tennessee, Feb. 9, 1859, moving to Arkansas in 1879 where he married Miss ELIZABETH WOOD GAMBILL in 1881. She died June 21, 1914 and later Mr. Crumly married again. He is survived by his wife and the following children: CLETA BELL CRUMLY of Cleburne, W. M. CRUMLY of Gainesville, L. D. CRUMLY of Aransas Pass, Mrs. LUCY DELLA KYLE of Tulsa, Okla., and a stepdaughter Miss ADA MOSS. Mr. Crumly was a steward in the Whaley Memorial Methodist Church, a member of the Masonic lodge, 42 years an Odd Fellow, and for fifty years, active worker in church work. He had been in ill health for some time and the immediate cause of his death was an operation for gall stones. Active pallbearers: J. M. MAUPIN, J. A. THOMAS, J. M. MCMAHON, A. S. HORN, REECE HAYS, C. M. STEWART, GEORGE W. DAYTON, C. H. BLANTON, all stewards of the Methodist Church. (long list of honorary pallbearers). S. W. Gibson had charge of burial at Valley View.
Wednesday, February 27, 1924
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. CRUMLY returned to Cleburne yesterday after attending the funeral of his father, J. M. Crumly.
Card of thanks from the family of J. M. Crumly: Mrs. J. M. Crumly, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. CRUMLY, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. CRUMLY and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. CRUMLY and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. KILE and family, Miss ADA MOSS, and THEO. B. CRUMLY.
Monday, June 25, 1923
Mrs. H. CUNNINGHAM
Mrs. HATTIE CUNNINGHAM, age 58, died at the home of her brother, G. T. STRICKLAND, on North Schopmeyer St., Monday, influenza. She is survived by the following relatives: brothers, G. T. STRICKLAND and W. J. STRICKLAND; daughter Mrs. ZONA BURRUS; two nephews and two nieces. The funeral will be held from the residence of G. T. Strickland with Rev. E. A. WESSON officiating. Burial in Fairview cemetery directed by S. W. Gibson.
Tuesday, December 26, 1922
Funeral services for JAMES CUNNINGHAM, who died here Saturday after a lingering illness, were held at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Sunday afternoon, conducted by Father J. A. KEALY. He had lived in Cooke County the past 40 years. He came to Texas from Middletown, Ohio, of which state he was a native. He owned a farm near Gainesville, but sometime ago, he retired on account of his age, 87. He returned to his old home in Ohio but after a short residence there, he came back to Gainesville to live the remaining days with his daughter, Miss MAY CUNNINGHAM. The remains were laid to rest in Fairview cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll. His daughter Miss May survives him.
Friday, October 15, 1920
Cooke County Soldier Who Died in Germany Shipped Home
C. C. CUNNINGHAM, of Denton, until recently of Era community in Cooke County, was here today with a message that the body of his son, RICHARD CUNNINGHAM, was shipped from New York and should reach Denton by Sunday. The remains arrived this week from Neumagen, Germany, where the young man died in the service of the United States Army. He enlisted in Cooke county, fought in the battles of St. Mihiel and Argonne forest, and was a sergeant in Company B, 359th Infantry, Ninetieth Division. The young man died last December from pneumonia. The funeral services will be held in the family home at Denton Sunday afternoon. The following members of the American Legion, who were in Cunningham’s outfit, will attend the funeral from Gainesville: WILL HINTON, BALLARD WATTS, CARL COOK, WILLIAM HENDERSON, JOE TOWNSLEY.
Thursday, October 21, 1920
Denton, Oct. 21: Funeral services and burial for Sgt. RICHARD B. CUNNINGHAM, Co. B 359th Infantry 90th Division, who died in Germany just after his division settled down in occupied territory, were held here yesterday afternoon. The services were conducted by ARTHUR O. MCNITZKY Post, American Legion, filled the auditorium of the First Christian Church.
Monday, May 16, 1921
JOHN J. CURTIS
JOHN J. CURTIS, age 65, died at the home of his daughter Mrs. CLARENCE WILSON of Muenster, last Saturday afternoon and was buried in Fairview cemetery here Sunday afternoon. Rev. CHISM officiated. Mr. Curtis formerly lived in Gainesville during which time he was in the buying and selling horses and mules. Mr. Curtis is survived by his daughter, Mrs. Wilson, and a son JOE CURTIS, who resides at Bowie. He was a brother-in-law of RILEY KLEPPER of Gainesville. S. W. Gibson had charge.
Tuesday, August 5, 1924
Former Local Man Killed
ROBERT CUNNINGHAM, age 38, son of J. D. CUNNINGHAM, who resides on South Wine St., was killed when a truck loaded with lumber, which he was driving, overturned near Broken Bow, Oklahoma, Monday night, according to a telegram received here Tuesday. He was well known her, having moved to Broken Bow about five years ago, and was engaged in the lumber business there. He is survived by his wife and two small children. The remains will reach here over the M.K.T. RR Wednesday and will be taken to the home of his father.
Thursday, August 6, 1924
Funeral services for ROBERT ELMER CUNNINGHAM, who was killed when a truck in which he was riding overturned at Broken Bow, Okla., were held at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. CUNNINGHAM, Wednesday afternoon with interment at Oak Grove cemetery, 5 miles east of Gainesville, directed by S. W. Gibson. Mr. Cunningham was born March 29, 1921, being 33 years old. He joined the Methodist Church at age 15 and was a steward of the Whaley Memorial Methodist Church at one time. Some years ago he moved to Broken Bow, Oklahoma. He is survived by his wife, two sons, ages 10 and 12, his parents, seven brothers and sisters, Mrs. BERNIE REEVES of Dallas, Mrs. RUBY MCLAUGHLIN, Mrs. WALTER MITCHELL, and Miss ADDIE CUNNINGHAM, FRANK, ROY and RUFUS CUNNINGHAM of Gainesville.
Saturday, July 16, 1921
Aged Woman Drowned in Shallow Stream
Ardmore, Okla., July 15: Grandma CROSS of Lone Grove, age 70, was drowned Thursday when she fell into a pool of water 2 ½ feet deep, near Caddo. According to the opinion of her son, Mrs. Cross fell into the water as a result of a sudden collapse. Mrs. Cross and her son had been camping at Caddo and she had gone to the creek to fish. Her son did not accompany her. Noting her continued absence, he visited the creek and found her body in the creek. The body was brought to Ardmore Thursday afternoon then sent to Gainesville, Texas, where children of the dead woman reside.
Wednesday, January 21, 1920
Mrs. GEORGE H. CULP
Mrs. GEORGE H. CULP died at the local sanitarium Tuesday evening, following an illness from New Year’s Day when she underwent a surgical operation. The operation was satisfactory and the patient died splendidly until a hemorrhage two or three days ago complicated her case. She was Miss MARY LOU SAVAGE, born in Sherman, Texas, Dec. 7, 1865. She married GEORGE H. CULP at Marysville Nov. 29, 1882. Soon after her marriage, she came with her husband to Gainesville. She was a member of the Denton St. Methodist Church. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. M. E. POTTER of Ada, Oklahoma, her husband and eight children, three brothers, three sisters and other relatives. The children are: Mrs. G. E. BLEWETT of Fort Worth, Mrs. A. L. THEISEN of Bowie, Mrs. CHARLES BRANNON of San Antonio; JOHN, LEE, GRADY, WILLIAM and YANCY CULP, all of Gainesville. Her brothers are Z. Z. SAVAGE of Amarillo and F. M. SAVAGE of Gainesville. Her sisters are Mrs. CATHERINE CHILDERS of Amarillo, Mrs. MISSOURI CHILDERS of Wichita Falls and Mrs. J. W. HORNE of Ada, Okla. Funeral services were held from the family home on South Lindsay St., this afternoon, conducted by Rev. J. F. PIERCE of the Denton St. Methodist Church with interment in Fairview cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll. Active pallbearers: JNO. HUDSON, RICHARD WOOLDRIDGE, MERLIN MITCHELL, RUBE CROSS, JNO. L. SIMPSON and WILLIAM TYLER.
Friday, June 11, 1920
Mrs. JOHN CULP passed away this afternoon as a result of an operation. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. SAM J. KENNERLY.
Saturday, June 12, 1920
Mrs. JOHN CULP
The funeral services for Mrs. JOHN CULP will be held from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. SAM J. KENNERLY, on North Denton St., Monday afternoon with Rev. R. E. JOINER of the First Presbyterian Church officiating. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Culp is survived by her husband, attorney JOHN W. CULP, three children, SAM age 7, JOHN DOUGLAS age 5, and infant ELIZABETH; her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kennerly; two sisters, Miss MARY DOUGLAS KENNERLY, and Mrs. GILES HOUSTON Jr. All of the family were present except Mrs. Houston is expected to arrive from California. Active pallbearers: RICHARD WOOLDRIDGE, RUBE CROSS, MERLIN MITCHELL, EUGENE EDWARDS, YANCY CULP and GRADY CULP. (long list of honorary pallbearers and out of town relatives and friends at the funeral) Interment was in Fairview cemetery directed by G. J. Carroll.
Monday, June 14, 1920
The services were conducted by Dr. R. L. IRVING of Fort Worth, former pastor of Mrs. Culp.