The Comanche Chief 3 Mar 1939 p.10

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The Comanche Chief  3 Mar 1939 p.10 - ; 1939. Mary Ann Spike- was bom to C C. and...
; 1939. Mary Ann Spike- was bom to C C. and Mary E. Edinburgh on ; December 25. 1887. near Marquez. Texas. She department tins life I at 3:00 o’clock a m„ February ¡24. 1939. at the Gorman sanitar- jium following an Illness of more than two weeks. She was married to Claude G Spike.', on November 9. 1919 N children children were bom to this union. Besides her husband she is survived survived by the following brothers and s.sters: Dave Edinburgh and family of Comanche. Martin i Edinburgh and family of Gustine. Russell Edinburgh and family of McAdoo, Raymon Edinburgh and family of Amarillo. Simon Edinburgh Edinburgh and family of Gustine. Mrs. Ola Evans and family of Gustine and Mrs. Lucy Ritchey and family of Ptersburg. All vere present with the exception of Raymon Edinburgh who was unable to attend attend because of ill health. She leaves also ten nephews, five great nephews, eight nieces and four great nieces, including Lee Edinburgh and Orabelle Ba.ley whom she raised from infancy. Pall bearers were nephews of the deceased: Lee Edinburgh, Dennis McKee. Van Gallaway, Aubrey Johnson, Rube Bailey, and Abe Cates. Six nieces, Doro- thy Jane Edinburgh. Daphna Faye Callaway, Irene Edinburgh, Kath- alsene McKee. Cordie Galloway, and Doris Cates were flower girls. j ------------------------Hitt

Clipped from The Comanche Chief03 Mar 1939, FriPage 10

The Comanche Chief (Comanche, Texas)03 Mar 1939, FriPage 10
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