Isaac Franks obit 2
P. To add to the joy of this happy couple there were bom nine boys and four girls. Surviving him is his wife, twelve children, forty-five grandchildren and forty-nine great grandchildren. In the winter of 1889, with his young family, deceased came to Texas, settled in the Tilmon and McMahan community, where they have resided almost continuously. He united with the Clarks Chapel Methodist church and was ever a loyal and faithful member. Services' were held in the McNeil Baptist church, conducted by 25 6, 1 ' 8 aon . Elmer, who was assisted j by R .ev. Tom McCarley, Rev. Chas Shipley and his pastor The pall bearers were Hilmar j atheree, Sjpurgcon McCarley, Car | ro11 McCarley. Leon'Franks. Cal- Eu-'^ 11 Shipley, Curtis Franks, all of j whom were grandsons a ( i Surrounded by a host of friends and relatives, the body was laid to rest in the McNeil cemetery. He will be missed not only by his family but by all who knew him. in lbs.