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 - Precinct Two Constable Found Dead In Yard...
Precinct Two Constable Found Dead In Yard .Tamoa Franklin C .Tim) Lnfferty 72. Constable of Precinct Two at Richland Springs was found dead in the yard of his home early Friday morning, Aug. 7. Laffprtv had already been down- t^vn that moaning and returned b"me t rt mend his yard fence. A short time later, his wife looked nut the window and saw him lying: in the vnrd. She rushed to him and found him dead. George Murray, • T 'istiop of the Peace for Precinct Two. ruled his death due to a heart attack. * A retired farmer, who had served as Constable for several years, Lafferty was born Feb. 14, 1892, at Uvalde, son of John H. Lafferty and Maggie Cox Lafferty. He had resided in San Saba county for many years and on June 25, 1932, he married Ruby Horton. He was a member of the Church of Christ and the Masonic Lodge. Survivors include his wife of Richland Springs; a daughter, Mrs. T. E. Parson of Friona; five sons, Franklin Lafferty of Houston, Larry Lafferty of Austin, Jerry Lafferty of San Saba, Jessie and Harold Laffetry of Beaumont; one grandson; three sisters, Mrs. Beulah Austin of Yucaipn, Calif., Mrs. Nora Goen of Santa Anna, Mrs. Roxie Nettleship of Richland Springs; four brothers, John Lafferty of Los Angeles, Calif., Pat and Hillard Lafferty of Twentynine Palms, Calif., and Bill Lafferty of Richland Springs. Funeral rites were held at 3:30 ip.m. Sunday, Aug. 9, in Howell- Doran Chapel, with the Rev. W. L. White and Bro. Bryant officiating. Burial was made in China Creek Cemetery under the direction of Howell-Doran Funeral directors. Members of the Masonic Lodge served as pallbearers. Fair a at 10. help attend Five Persons Give Fr«« Texas in in C. and of 106 be to has

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  1. The San Saba Star,
  2. 10 Aug 1964, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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