Henry Brown Fincher 1872-1956 Obituary
set bylaws reship H. B. Fiucher's Rites Conducted Funeral services, for llenri' Brown Fincber, a former resident of Route 2, who died Wednesday in M'cKinney, were held at the Jack Schmitz and Son and -. ..Â·- -..w ^ UUU u am aun Den- Funeral Chapel Friday at 2 7"' R " " Ir - Gor(i Â°" Casad, W the ,'"![', *' ' F'"* 6 ?' N !Â« wt fin- chairman ^'^'"J'^' and Charlcs and John Dillard. . Mr. Fincher was a retired farmer and had lived in Denton '. tor 81 of his 83 years. . Born in Hope, Ark., in 1672, he moved to Denton two years later. *"* LU * v ucmuii iÂ»u years /aier. was a member of the Metho dist Church. Survivors include two sons, Mai,, Â« I Â« T U * U liivtuuc i t t u auilj Ross vin B. and Claude B Fincher both of Denton, one sister Mrs' " ol| i e Dil i"!f L^'isville and four grandchildren.