Obituary of John Henry McNabb

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Obituary of John Henry McNabb - At Home Here John Henry McNabb, 74-year-old...
At Home Here John Henry McNabb, 74-year-old retired farmer, died at his home in Wellington Tuesday morning, October October 23, at 7:30 a. in. He had been a resident of this county for the last 18 years. Funeral services were conducted from the Assembly of God Wodnes day afternoon at 3:00 p. m., wit Rev. A. A. Daly, pastor, in charge Pall bearers were Tommie Jesse Floyd Killough, Clyde Martin %d£ard, Jesse Branch and Branum. Flower bearer were Delma Jesse, Lota Campbell Jewell Halcom, Dorothy Wagoner Elsie Burkhalter and Charline McNeill. McNeill. Hymns by the choir were "In the Sweet Bye and Bye,' "What a Friend We Have in Jesus," Jesus," and "Shall We Gather at the River." Interment was in the Wellington cemetery with the Ellis Funeral Home in charge. Mr. McNabb was born July 13, 1871, in Little River County, Ark. During his residence here, "he had made many friends throughout the county. Mr. McNabb was a member member of the Assembly of God. Survivors are his widow, Mrs J. H. McNabb of Wellington; a son and two daughters, Lee McNabb McNabb of Emory, Mrs. Daffie Branch of Wellington, and Mrs. Ronda Bunch of Sulphur Springs; and four stepdaughters, Mrs. Ruby Havron, Mrs. Genie Matney, Mrs. Florence Tingle and Mrs. Myrtle Campbell of Wellington. Other survivors survivors are 14 grandchildren and 1;> great-grandchildren. 10 W. at rd he 1. out labor hunting

Clipped from The Wellington Leader25 Oct 1945, ThuPage 12

The Wellington Leader (Wellington, Texas)25 Oct 1945, ThuPage 12
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