Obit - Baytown Sun - 6 September 1954
Infant Services Set For Monday Afternoon Funeral services were hefd at 3 p.m. Monday at the Paul U. Lee funeral home for Francis Ruth Maris. threo-day-old infant dmigh- trr of Mr. and Mrs. Harold K. Maris Maris of Massey-Tompkins road. The infant died in a Bnytown uospital at 10 a.m. Sunday. Other survivors include two brothers, Ernest Edward Maris and Sherry Lynn Maris of Cedar Bayou; one sister. Iris Ilcnc Maris of Cedar Bayou; and the grand- parr/n'.s, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Fitzgerald Fitzgerald of Cedar Bayou, and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Dickson of Baytown. Baytown. The P.ov. Elza Love of the Cedar Bayou Methodist church conducted conducted the funeral services. Burial was at Cedar Crest cemetery.