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Hare, Fannie obituary - Herman W. Rexroat RHOME (Special) - Herman...
Herman W. Rexroat RHOME (Special) - Herman Wells Rexroat, 66, of Rhome, died at his home Friday night following an apparent heart attack. attack. He was born March 14, 1902 in Valley Mills. He came lo Rhome in 1S16. He was a carpenter. Funeral services were held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Rhome First Baptist Church with Ihe pastor, the Rev. Marshall Collins Collins officiating. Burial was in (lie Aurora Cemlery. Christian Funeral Home of Decalur was in charge of arrangements. He is survived by two sis- married to Leonard C. Carpenter Carpenter Sr. in Denlon County 12. 1911. He died in IMS. She is survived by t daughters, Mrs. Illie Splawn Denton; Mrs. Wayne Hare Krum, Mrs. James Moudy Carrollton; two sons, Raymond Carpenter of California, Leonard Leonard C. Carpenter Jr. of eight grandchildren, s e v great-grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. Funeral services will be helc at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Schmilz-Floyd-Hamlett Funeral Home Chapel. Burial in ivood Cemetery. lers, Mrs. Georgia Boydston of Bridgeport, Mrs. Barney NalcrjUriah H. Hallmark of Keller; three brothers, Ben ,,,.,.,,, ,,,,,,,, Unllm ,, t KoTuat and Jesse Rexroat, both of Rhome, and Bill Rexroat of Henrietta. Pallbearers included Harold Van Meter, R. L. Muse. Pat Logan, Logan, John W. Fihlayson, Mutt Wiley, Bennie Wright. Mr. And Mrs. G. Webb Mr. and Mrs. Gwindle B. (Buddie) Webb. 52, of 3726, Ethel St. in Waco, were killed ! of I^nton: one daughter, Mrs. in an automobile accident in| R - B - Nealc II! of Houston; one Waco at midnight Saturday. Mr. son. James Richard Uriah Hugh Hallmark, 1012 Crescent, died at his home at 11:15 p.m. Saturday. He was born in Hartshorn, Okla. March 6, 1890. He was married to Vera E. Qden in Sherman in 193G. He was a veteran of World War I, member member of the Northsirie Baptist Church, and retired farmer, lie is survived bv his wife Webb formerly lived in Denton. Denton. Mr. Webb was a native of Denton Denton County and moved to California California where he lived for scv- of Fort Worth; one brother, John Hallmark of Vernon; grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Ihe oral years before being trans- jschmilz - Flovd . Hamlett ferred to Waco. j ncr.-il Home Chanel with 1 h e Funeral services for Mr. H PV . Roomer lludler of Green- Webb will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday Tuesday in the Gocn Funeral Home in'n usc i a \m MemoriaTpark" Chape! in Denton with burial in Hoselawn Memorial Park. He is survived by two sons. Gwin Edward Webb of the U.S. ville officiating. Burial will be Mrs. Joss Carpenter LEWiSVlLLE - Mrs. Jess Mrs. Navy, Thomas Webb of Glen- Car PTM ( cr *'«* here Monday dale, Calif.: one daughter, Miss morning Sharon Webb of Houston; one! F " ncral arrangements are sister, Mrs. Edwin Hocfmor of pending at the Rhoton-Weil- land-Mcrritt Funeral Home in Carrollton. Services Held MRS. RUTH LEA GRIFFITH; GRIFFITH; services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Faith Tabernacle Tabernacle Assembly Of G"d Church wilh the Rev. H. A. Johnson officiating. Burial in Hoselawn Memorial Park. Pallbcarirs: Pallbcarirs: Doc Smith, A. M. Howard, Austin Scott L. G. Sanders, ty March 12, 1S84 and was, L. G. Robinson, lilzie Martin. Waco: and his mother, Klla B. Webb of Waco. Gocn Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Services for Mrs. Webb will be held in California. Mrs. Fannie Carpenter Mrs. Fannie Sally Carpenter, 1S20 Emerson, died at 8 a.m. today in Ihc Sanger Manor Nursing Home. She was born in Denton Conn-

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  1. Denton Record-Chronicle,
  2. 25 Mar 1968, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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