Baldwin Ratliff March 4 1987 llano News

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Baldwin Ratliff March 4 1987 llano News  - Ratliff Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin Ratliff, whose...
Ratliff Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin Ratliff, whose marriage of 57 years was interrupted by the death of Mrs. Ratliff, January 17, of this year, have been reunited. Mr. Ratliff, after a brief period of illness, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. S. M. Johtfnson, on Wednesday of last week. His death was caused by pneumonia. He was born in Caldwell county, October 8, 1859. In 1882 he came to Llano county with his young wife, with whom he had been united in marriage on October 8, 1880, and settled In the Six Mile community, and for the remainder of his life Llano was his home county. On account of his advanced age he had made his home with daughter for the past two years. , Fameral services were held at the Six Mile pemetery last Thursday, with the Rev. J. B. Horton, presiding elder of the Llano district of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, officiating. Interment direction of the- company. Five ^grandsons, Willard Johanson, Ferman Ratliff, Allie Ratliff, Floyd Madden, and Leon Waldon, and a nephew, Willis Ratliff, served as pallbearers. Surviving Mr. Ratliff are six children: Jessie Ratliff of Burnet, Sum Ratliff of San Antonio, Mrs. John Brown, Seagraves; Mrs. Hal Jannor (Dallas; and Mrs. S. M. Johanson and Mrs. Vernon Wagner of Llano; one brother. Tom Ratliff of Llano, and two sisters, Mrs. S. E. Smith and Mrs. Pete Light, also of Llano o was under the Home Furniture

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  1. The Llano News,
  2. 04 Mar 1937, Thu,
  3. Page 1

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