Mrs. J.W. Skiles of Denton death notice 29 Jan 1940
Mrs. J. W. Sidles oi' Denton Dies Funeral services for Mrs. Emma B. Sklles, 1C, who died late Saturday, Saturday, were held Sunday afternoon In the Schnittz Funeral Home, conducted conducted by Lyle Price, minister of the Church of Christ. A quartet composed of Mr.-* Jack Hnrt, Char- He Mercer^ O. R. Cltvrk and Ralph killlngsworth saiig . three hymns. Burial was In the I. O. b. P. cemetery, cemetery, and pallbearers were B. W. McKenzie. J. S. Dcmiall, S. H. Watson,'W. Watson,'W. C. Qrr. Will Tnliaferro and A. J. Bnrnett. Mrs. Skiles. widow of J. W. Skiles. who died In 1930. was born May 15, 1803. In Middlesburgli, Ky. She WAS married to J. W. Skiles Ffrb.-12, 1880, In Rlclinrds'on, and'(he con- pie moved to Denton.in 1882, where she had lived continuously since. Surviving Mrs. Skilea are n daughter, Mrs. B. D. Gainmill, with whom she made her home; two grandchildren, Miss Leona Gammill Gammill of Denton find John Gammill of Graham; three nieces, Mrs. Mary Woods of Denton, Mrs. Annie Brown of Sanger and Mrs. L. L. Bellows of Dallas; five nephews, C. L. Cabbell Cabbell of Dallas, P. C. Cnbbell of Por( Worth, John Cabbell of Italy, Webb Wheeler of Denton and BUI Wheeler Wheeler of Sanger, and a daushter-in- law. Mrs. Jim Skiles of Denton.