Grandmother's obit. 7/9/1950
on Mra. Acton of a afternoon. Mre. Texu will the m. by Mrs. E. Dugey Expires at 79 Native of Wales Here 75 Yean Mra. Ella Dugey, a resident of Ga) vest on for U\re*-quarters century, died Saturday in fit. Mary's Infirmary following a protracted protracted Illness. She wat born In Cardiff, Wales, on Jan. 4. 1971, and nov*d to veaton with her parents at the of four. Mrs. Duguy was a member of women's auxiliary of at Patrick's Parish. Surviving arc four daughters: Mr*. Percy C. Henderson, Mrs. Robert Van Zandt, Mra. Prank Pequigney and Miss Brrnic* Dugey, Dugey, all of Galveston; four tons, William J.. Elmo J.. OÂ«car J,, Theodore E. Dugey, also of Galveston. Galveston. A sister, Mra, Theo Rubbrlght Houston, a brother, Harry Tennert of Galveaton, 13 grandchildren four great-grandchildren, also aur- vlve. Prlendi and relative* will gather at the MaJloy * Son Chapel Sunday at 8 p. m. for recitation of rosary with Rev. J. J. Ruddy, administrator of St Patrick's The funeral will take place Monday morning from the Malloy funeral home. A requiem mass bÂ« celebrated at 9 a. m. by Ruddy In St Patrick's Church burial will follow In Calvary Cemetery, FUNERAL MONDAY A solemn requiem mas* will sung In St Christopher's Church in Houaton at S a. m. Monday Victor Patrick Bavoux, M, a of Galveston, who died at his Houaton home Friday. Burial b* In Gethaemane cemetery there.