Combined – A

Name Date of Newspaper Notes Newspaper Burial Place
ABBOTT, Doris (Jerry)

17-May-1990

 DCert NA * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum  Dreamland Cemetery, Canyon, Randall, Texas
ABBOTT, Florence

8-Jan-1998

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum  Plainview Memorial Park, Plainview, Hale, Texas
ABBOTT, Florence

Unknown

 DCert NA  Amarillo Online Newspapers  Plainview Memorial Park, Plainview, Hale, Texas
Florence Abbott
PLAINVIEW – Florence Abbott, 90, died Sunday, Jan. 4, 1998.Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in Lemons Funeral Home Memorial
Chapel with the Rev. Larry Veazey, former pastor of Glad Tidings
Assembly of God Church, officiating. Burial will be in Plainview
Memorial Park.Mrs. Abbott was born and raised in Anson, Jones County. She moved to
Rule after marrying Jordan Henry Abbott in 1927. They moved to Anson
in 1941, to Floydada in 1948, to Hale County in September 1948 and to
Plainview in 1954.She worked for Home Beautiful from 1949 to 1954. She owned and
operated Abbott’s Decorator, where she made draperies from 1954 until
closing the business in 1990. She was a charter member of Glad Tidings
Assembly of God.Mr. Abbott died in 1973.Survivors include a daughter, Margaret Abbott Davis of Plainview; a
son, Charles M. Abbott of Plainview; three brothers, Austin Barrett of
Kress, E.M. Barrett of Dallas and Bill Barrett of Plainview; seven
grandchildren; and 10 greatgrandchildren.
ABBOTT, Fred D.

15-Apr-1982

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ABBOTT, R. H.

14-Apr-1960

 DCertNF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ABBOTT, Wanda Neal

23-Sep-1982

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ABERNATHY, Mrs. Hey M.

23-May-1905

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ABERNATHY, Mrs. J. A. (Mary Matilda Davis Abernathy)

29-May-1932

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum  Plainview, TX
ABERNATHY, Tom L. Jr.

6-Mar-1986

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ABERNATHY, Winnie

20-Sep-1984

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ABNEY, Curtis Daniel

23-Jul-1970

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum  Tulia, TX
ABNEY, Ora Alvis (O.A.)

2-Feb-1967

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum  Amarillo, TX
ABRAMS, Bose Bales

20-Jun-1960

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum  Nazerath, TX
ACHFELT, Gerhard

2-Oct-1931

 DCert Happy Herald  Happy, TX
Gerhard Achfelt, 32, succumbed to a snake bite while alone in his field Tuesday morning. Mr. Achfelt had left his home early in the morning to do some work in the field, and his wife, returning to her home late in the evening, found that the noon-day meal she had prepared for him was untouched. She summoned neighbors, who began a search. About 7 p.m. the body was found between the place where he had been working and the house. Indications were that he had made an effort to reach the house, after being bitten on the leg by a poisonous snake. The ground where the body was found showed that he had evidently died a very painful death. His leg had been bound by binder twine above the wound, but this did not prevent the spreading of the poison, as doctors say the would was in a main artery, causing the rapid spread of the poison. Achfelt, who had been in this country only about three years, coming from Germany, was married, and his wife and one baby girl survive him. He was a son-in-law of Ludwig Irlbeck, who lives southeast of Happy. His home was located four miles south of Happy. Funeral services were held at 9 o’clock Thursday morning, and interment made in the Nazareth Catholic Cemetery.Also See:
Findagrave
ACHGILL, William Christian

10-Jul-1958

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum Tulia, TX
ACKER, Alton Foy

13-Sep-2002

 DCert NA * Headstone * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ACKER, Andrew

13-Jul-1978

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ACKER, Dorrene “Tootsie Browning

19-Nov-2006

 DCert NA AmarilloGlobe-News  Plainview, TX
TULIA – Dorrene “Tootsie” Browning Acker, 76, died Friday, Nov. 17, 2006, in Plainview. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Kornerstone Funeral Directors Chapel with the Rev. Rusty Gray, pastor of Tulia Christian Fellowship, officiating and Tim Harper, chaplain for Vista Care Hospice in Plainview, assisting. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Acker became a nurse at age 16. She was a member of Tulia Christian Fellowship Church. Survivors include a daughter, Sierra Wheeler of Georgetown; a son, Leslie Foy Acker of Tulia; two brothers, Mark Browning of San Angelo and Bryce Browning ofFort Worth; a sister, Daphene Hamm Campbell of Cedar Park; five grandchildren; and a great-grandson.
ACKER, Fred

19-Feb-1987

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ACKER, Gertrude

4-Nov-1982

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ACKER, Herman

20-Dec-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ACKER, Jacob Paul (Jack)

30-Apr-1959

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ACKER, Jacob Peter

17-Oct-1957

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum  Dimmitt, TX
ACKER, Katherine

15-Sep-1983

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ACKER, Lawrence H.

4-Mar-1993

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ACKER, Lorelea Edith

7-Feb-1991

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ACKER, Magdalena Ann

1-Feb-2001

 DCert NA Tulia Herald Nazareth,TX
ACKER, Mary Ann Szydloski

23-Feb-1995

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ACKER, Paul J.

12-Nov-1982

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ACKER, Phillip Hendrix

13-Nov-1969

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum Dimmitt, TX
ACKER, Valentine Paul

6-Aug-1971

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum  Nazareth, TX
ACKERMAN (ACREMAN?), Cecil William

28-Jun-1962

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum Plainview, TX
ADAMS, A. Gales

22-Apr-1993

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Alice Faye

4-Feb-1982

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Aline

29-Jan-1987

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Anderson David

9-Feb-1989

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Ann

26-Apr-2004

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Clarence Calvin

19-Dec-1930

 DCert Happy Herald  Amarillo, TX
Calvin Adams was rushed to the Northwest Texas Hospital in Amarillo after an auto accident 2 miles west of Canyon Saturday afternoon about 3:45, where he died about 8 o’clock Saturday night………
ADAMS, Caribel

28-May-1998

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Carroll Porter

10-Jan-1985

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Charlie

9-Jul-1992

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Claudia Mae Gray

22-Feb-1996

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Daniel Livingstone

12-Feb-1953

 DCert Tulia Herald  Wayside, TX
Daniel Livingstone Adams, 82 years old, resident of Wayside the past 45 years, died unexpectedly at the family home late Sunday morning. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in the Wayside Community Church. Rev Merle Weathers, Baptist pastor, officiated. Burial was in Wayside Cemetery. Mr. Adams was born nearCleburneSeptember 15, 1870. He and his brother-in-law, J. W. McCrearey of Canyon, and their families together came to this area from Hiawatha, Kansas in 1909. Mr. Adams was a member of the Wayside Baptist Church and had been active in church and civic programs until failing health compelled him to retire some years ago. He had been engaged in farming at Wayside. Survivors in include the wife, MRS. AMANDA ADAMS; three sons, Floyd B., Robert and Rolland all of Wayside; two brothers, Alvin Adams of Hillsboro, OR, and James H Adams of Inola, OK; 14 grandchildren and three great grandsons.
ADAMS, Deward SR.

21-Jun-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Edward R.

11-Aug-2005

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Floyd Benton

25-Oct-1969

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum  Wayside, TX
ADAMS, Henry Rolland

30-Nov-1978

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, J. Clyde

16-Jan-1986

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, J. W.

23-Jan-1986

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, John Henry

13-Feb-1975

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum  Tulia, TX
ADAMS, Lillie

7-Nov-1991

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Lillie Wheeler

5-Oct-1989

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Mabel

29-Jul-1993

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Mavis Joy

6-Mar-1997

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Olla Amanda

25-Apr-1957

DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Myrtle Miller

2-May-1991

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Richard Nall

10-Jun-1948

 DCert Tulia Herald  Tulia, TX
R N Adams, wheat farmer and rancher, who had lived in Swisher County since 1898 died today. He was 87 years old. Mr. Adams was born in North Carolina and lived a short time in Jones County before moving here. He is survived by three sons, Avory Adams, Kress; Gales Adams, Plainview; Richard Adams, Sunray; one daughter, Mrs. Elmer McClung, Tulia. Funeral services will be held at the Presbyterian Church by Rev. John R Sharp, Canyon, assisted by Rev. J. L. Aldridge. Pallbearers will be Pat Hill, Jim Ford, Dick O’Daniel O. Milner, RH. Gayler, A A. Vaughn, RE. Wheeler and A. D. Parker.
ADAMS, Ray

10-Jan-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
Services for Ray Adams, 71, of Tulia will be at 2 p.m. today at First United Methodist Church with the Revs. Jesse Hodge and Rob Lindley officiating.Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery under the direction of Wallace Funeral Home of Tulia.He died Thursday, Jan. 3, 2002.He was born Feb. 24, 1930, in Swisher County and married Ann Williamson on Dec. 20, 1953, in Center Plains. He was a longtime resident of Tulia and Swisher County.He was a 32nd Degree Mason and a member of First United Methodist Church in Tulia.Survivors include his wife; two sons, Donald R. and Joe, both of Tulia; a brother, Edwin of Plainview; and five grandchildren.Also See:
Findagrave
ADAMS, Richard

6-Jun-1996

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Robert Emerson

14-May-1992

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Ruth Wheeler

11-Aug-1994

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Sarah Frances

5-Apr-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, William Austin

11-Aug-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMS, Zenis M.

28-Jan-1980

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMSON, Bernice Parker

20-Dec-1984

 DCert NA * HStone * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAMSON, Mayme

10-Oct-1985

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAY, D. A.

4-Jan-1996

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADAY, Opal

13-Oct-1988

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADCOCK, Mary Joe

25-May-1939

 DCert NF Happy Herald  Canyon, TX
Mary Joe Adcock, infant daughter of Mr. & Mrs. H. C. Adcock of the Ralph community, died Tuesday at the Neblett Hospital in Canyon. Rev. R R. Gilbreath, pastor of the Happy Methodist Church, conducted the services at the Thompson Funeral Chapel in Canyon at 4:30 Tuesday afternoon in the presence of the family and friends, after which interment was in Dreamland Cemetery at Canyon. One little sister, Nancy Lois, and the parents, are the immediate survivors.
ADCOCK, Walter Edwin

17-Jul-1969

 DCert
ADCOX, Ruth

16-Sep-1982

 DCert NA
ADERHOLT, Lawrence S.

2-May-1991

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADKINS, Chuck

30-Nov-1995

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADKINS, Earl Allen

8-Dec-1994

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADKINS, Jeff

20-Sep-1984

 DCert NA * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADKINS, William Robert

13-Oct-1955

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ADKISSON, David Douglas

28-Jan-1954

 DCert * Headstone * Findagrave Tulia Herald  Tulia, TX
David D. Adkisson, 71 years old, Swisher County farmer for the past 35 yrs., died in Swisher County Hospital Friday afternoon. Funeral services were conducted Sunday afternoon at the Tulia First Baptist Church with Rev. W. Neil Record, pastor, officiating. Mr. Adkisson was born May 30, 1882 and came to Swisher County in 1919. His farm was northwest of Tulia. He was the son of the late Mr. & Mrs. J. O. Adkisson. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery under the direction of Wallace Funeral Home. Nephews were pallbearers. Survivors include his wife, one daughter by a previous marriage, Mrs. Tabitha Settle of Grand Junction, CO; two grandsons, one sister, Mrs. Biffie Browder of Mineral Wells; one brother, G B. Adkisson of Abernathy; and several nieces and nephews.
ADKISSON, Mrs. D. D. (Ara Bella)

18-Nov-1971

 DCert * Headstone * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum  Tulia, TX
ADKITSON, Mrs. Newt

17-Oct-1957

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AGEE, Billie Jo Maynard

31-Aug-1995

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AGUAYO, Aurelio

30-Aug-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AGUAYO, Maria Sandoval

4-Aug-1994

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AGUILAR, Delia Diana

23-Feb-1978

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AGULLAR, Camilo

18-Dec-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AIKMAN, Lee H.

30-Nov-1939

 DCert Happy Herald  Hereford, TX
Funeral services for Lee H. Aikman, 70, a Hereford resident for 16 years, were held from the Methodist Church in that city at 2:30 Monday afternoon with Rev. Marvin B. Norwood in charge. Burial was in West Park Cemetery. Mr. Aikman died early Sunday morning after an illness of two weeks. He is survived by a son R L. Aikman of Olton; a ‘ daughter, Miss Ela Aikman, teacher in Hereford schools; a brother, La Aikman, Los Gates, Ck. Mr. Aikman was born at Pinhook , TN January 11, 1869. He came toTexasin 1885 and to Hereford in 1923. He married MATILDA PETERS in 1896. Friends from Happy attending the funeral were H. E. Toles, Sam LaRoe, Homer T. LaRoe, Mr. & Mrs. Babe Walberg and Mr. & Mrs. Roger Shook.
AIRHART, Billy

2-Sep-1971

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AIRHART, L. G.

2-Dec-1993

 DCert NA* Headstone (Findagrave)@  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AIRHART, Lloyd L.

16-Aug-1973?

 DCert Possibly * Headstone (Findagrave)@  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AKERS, Margaret Louise

4-Oct-1934

 DCert1 * DCert2 * Headstone (Findagrave)@ Happy Herald  Amarillo, TX
The entire citizenship of Happy was grieved on last Saturday night and Sunday when the news went out that little Margaret Louise Akers, the three year old daughter of Rev and Mrs. H. C. Akers had passed away Saturday night at 9 o’clock in an Amarillo hospital. Funeral services were held from the Presbyterian Church Monday morning at 11 o’clock with Rev. R K Partlow of Sherman, a friend of the family and former pastor of the local church in charge. The little body was laid to rest in the local cemetery under the direction of Griggs-Thompson of Canyon.
AKINS, Elveta Jackson

12-Feb-1932

 DCert NA Happy Herald  Oklahoma City, OK
The funeral of Mrs. Elveta Akins, 17, was held Monday afternoon at Wayside. Services were conducted by Rev. T. C. Sumrall, assisted by Rev. John O. Scott and interment was made in the Wayside Cemetery. Mrs. Akins was the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. C. U. Jackson of Vigo Park and leaves a brother, grandmother, two aunts, and her husband, SAM AKINS, and one uncle. She passed away on last Sunday, February 7 at Oklahoma City, and the body was shipped here. The deceased was a member of theCanyonBaptistChurch.
AKINS, Olen Luther (O.L)

11-Oct-1973

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALBANO, Carolyn Foreman

5-Dec-1991

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALBRACHT, Dora

22-Feb-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALBRACHT, Joseph C.

18-May-1961

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALBRACHT, Leona

8-Sep-1986

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALBRACHT, Mrs. Anna

19-Sep-1974

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALBRACHT, Pauline

3-Nov-2005

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALBRECHT, August

24-Apr-1986

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALBRECHT, Dorothy

1-Aug-1985

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALCANTAR, Francisco

22-Apr-1999

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALCANTAR, James

26-Sep-1968

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALCOCER, Anselmo Jr.

4-Mar-1999

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALDACO, Julia

1-Feb-2001

 DCert NA Tulia Herald Anton,TX
ALDERSON, Estelle

27-Mar-1986

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALDOUS, Lauren

12-Aug-1999

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALDREDGE, Vernon Bruce

2-Jan-1975

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALDRIDGE, J. L.

13-Apr-1995

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALDRIDGE, Mrs.

14-Feb-1957

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALEXANDER, Ben

24-Apr-1980

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALEXANDER, Bertha Alice Eudy

30-Mar-1989

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALEXANDER, E. E.

1-Jan-1953

 DCert Happy Herald  Lubbock, TX
E. E. Alexander, 67 years old, of Route 1, Tulia died in a Lubbock hospital Tuesday afternoon following a two week illness. Funeral services were held Wednesday in the First Methodist Church, Tulia, with Rev. J. O. Quattlebaum pastor presiding. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mr. Alexander was born August 18, 1885 at Poteau, OK. He came to Swisher County in 1948 and was a retired farmer. Survivors include his widow, two sons, O. F. Tulia; and Paul of Cache, OK; two daughters, Mrs. Flora Tompkins, Madras, OR; and Mrs. Norma Lois Johnson, Eunice, NM; two sisters, Mrs. M. E. Hall, Elk City, OK; and brothers J. W. of Galveston, O. R., Eunice and D. D. and B. J. both of Frederick, OK and three grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
ALEXANDER,Elizabeth

9-Nov-1978

 DCert NA
ALEXANDER, Genivee

4-Dec-1975

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALEXANDER, Gladys

1-Jan-1998

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALEXANDER, Mrs. W. L.

28-May-1970

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALEXANDER, Olan

18-Oct-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALEXANDER, Oscar Floyd

20-Sep-1973

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALEXANDER, Ruth

14-Feb-1974

 Dcert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALEXANDER, Vera May

21-Feb-1985

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALEXANDER, W. F

25-Dec-1958

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALEXANDER, William Joseph

17-Nov-1965

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALEXANDER, Willie Mae Weddel

19-Oct-1995

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALFIERI, Nicola

8-Jan-1981

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALFORD, Dallas

8-Jan-1948

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALFORD, Denise

29-Jun-1997

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLARD, Agnes Kendrick

30-Nov-2000

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLARD, Bertha Mae Stevenson

28-Sep-1995

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLARD, Roy Clarence

4-Feb-1971

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLARD, Walter (Buster) Jr.

26-Jan-1961

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, A. G.

31-Aug-1978

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Albert Lee

10-Jul-1958

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Bobby

8-Jun-2002

13-Jun-2002

 DCert NA  Amarillo-Globe NewsUnknown
PLAINVIEW – Bobby Allen, 76, died Thursday, June 6, 2002, in Lubbock.Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in First Baptist Church in Plainview with Dr. Travis Hart officiating. Burial will be in Kress Cemetery by Bartley-Silva Funeral Home.Mr. Allen was born July 21, 1925, in Leonard. He served in the Navy for three years during World War II.Survivors include his wife, Joanne; two daughters, Linda Murphree of Plainview and Susan Allen of Amarillo; a son, Mark Allen of Quitaque; six grandsons; and two brothers, Wayne Allen of Josephine and Donald Allen of Wichita, Kan.The family suggests memorials be to First Baptist Church Building Fund; or a favorite charity.
ALLEN, Buckley Joe

1-Feb-2001

 DCert NA Tulia Herald Amarillo,TX
ALLEN, Curney

2-Feb-1997

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Deloris

23-Jun-2005

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Emmie Loraine

18-Mar-1999

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Etta Lee

15-Apr-1993

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Garrett W.

8-Feb-1979

 DCert NA * Headstone (Findagrave)@  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, R. T. (Dick)

5-Dec-1940

 DCert NA Happy Herald Mena, AR
Word has been received here that R. T. (Dick) Allen, 74, a former resident of Happy, died at the home of Dr. and Mrs. F. Q. McElroy in Mena, AR Saturday, November 30. He had been in failing health for some time.  Mr. Allen who was a brother of Mrs. McElroy, had made his home with his sister and Dr. McElroy for more than 40 years. The family lived in Happy for 16 years prior to 1924.
ALLEN, Joe A.

30-Oct-1931

DCert NA * Headstone (Findagrave) @ Happy Herald  Denver, CO
Joe K Allen, resident of Happy, died in Denver, CO Wednesday of accidental asphyxiation, according to a telegram received here by the family late Wednesday afternoon. Funeral services will be held from the First Methodist Church this evening at 3:30, with Rev. H. C. Smith conducting the services. The deceased is survived by his widow of Happy and six children, three sons and three daughters. They are: Hugh Allen, Santa Fe employee of Happy, Roy C. Alien, Frisco employee, Monette, MO; Garrett Allen, ranch employee, Hachita, NM; Mrs. Floyd Swearingen, Callie Alien, and Elvira Allen, all of Happy. He is also survived by his mother Mrs. W. H. Allen, three brothers and a sister. They are: G. T. Allen and A. T. Allen of Gainsville and Dillard Allen ofCincinnati,OH. (Sister not named)
ALLEN, Joseph (Bill)

7-Nov-1991

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Libbie Rose Glenn

2-Oct-1941

DCert * Headstone (Findagrave)@ Happy Herald  Amarillo, TX
Funeral services honoring the memory of Mrs. Libbie Rose Allen, a former resident of Happy, were conducted at the Methodist Church Thursday afternoon at 3:00.  Mrs. Allen, who moved from Happy to Amarillo five years ago, died September 30 at 9:15 p.m. at an Amarillo hospital where she was taken when she became seriously ill about ten days ago. The family home was at 622 West 9th Ave.She was a member of the Methodist church.  Mrs. Allen is survived by three sons, Hugh E. Allen of Amarillo; Roy C. Allen of Monette, MO; Garrett W. Allen of Hachita, NM; three daughters, Mrs. Floyd Swearingen of Happy; and Misses Elvira Allen and Callie Allen, both of Amarillo; three brothers, J. E. Glenn, Tucson, AZ; Albert Glenn, Childress; three sisters, Mrs. Flora Yoachum of Sanford, Mrs. Callie Browder of Amarillo and Mrs. S. R Duke of Fort Worth.  Funeral services were conducted by Rev. H. C. Smith, a former neighbor and pastor of the deceased in Happy. He was assisted by Rev. R R. Gilbreath.
ALLEN, Louis C. (Louie)

8-Jan-1981

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Martha

7-Jan-1993

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Maudie

10-Jan-1980

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Moneta

24-Mar-2004

 DCert NA * Findagrave Amarillo-Globe News Rose Hill, TX
TULIA – Moneta Allen, 83, died Thursday, March 18, 2004, in Salton Sea Beach, Calif. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Wallace Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Cody Allen, pastor of Arden Road Baptist Church in Amarillo, and the Rev. Scott Hensley of Calvary Baptist Church officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Allen married Curney Allen on June 17, 1949. Survivors include two daughters, Syglenda G. Ford of Brentwood, Calif., and Leta M. Walker of Bullhead, Calif.; four sons, John E. Johnston of Salton Sea Beach, Curtis E. Johnston of Phoenix, Marion F. Allen of Amarillo and Paul J. Allen of Roff, Okla.; a sister, Wynona Bates of Tulia; a brother, Hardy Burrow of Tulia; 18 grandchildren; and 32 great-grandchildren.
ALLEN, Naomi Bonds

25-Mar-1999

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Orlena Devin

19-May-2005

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Rev. Robert

25-Feb-1999

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Robert

25-Jan-1996

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Rodney Brown

3-Jan-1963

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEN, Vera

13-Nov-1952

 DCert Tulia Herald  Amarillo, TX
Mrs. Vera Allen, 63 years old, died Friday in Amarillo where she had been for the past three months. Funeral services were held at the Tulia First Methodist Church Friday afternoon. Officiating minister was Rev. J. O. Quattlebaum, pastor. Burial was in the Old Runnels Cemetery at Ballenger under the direction of Wallace Funeral Home of Tulia.  Mrs. Allen was born October 18, 1889. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Ora Vaughn and Mrs. Reba Fletcher, both of Amarillo, her mother, four brothers, one sister, four grandchildren and one great grandchild.
ALLEN, Walter Ray

6-Mar-2007
7-Mar-2007

 DCert NA PlainviewDaily Herald
Funeral services for Walter Ray Allen, 55, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Kornerstone Funeral Directors Chapel with the Rev. Melvin Tatum officiating.  Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery by Kornerstone Funeral Directors of Tulia.  Mr. Allen died Sunday, March 4, 2007 in Lubbock.
ALLEN, Walter Ray

6-Mar-2007

 DCert NA Amarillo-Globe News
TULIA – Walter Ray Allen, 55, died Sunday, March 4, 2007, in Lubbock.Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in Kornerstone Funeral Directors Chapel with the Rev. Melvin Tatum officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery.Mr. Allen was born Jan. 14, 1952. He served in the US Army.Survivors include his wife, Betty Allen; three daughters, Laquisha Allen of Tulia and Monica Yarbrough and Brandy Yarbrough of Plainview; two sons, Colin Yarbrough of Plainview and Mitchell Ray Hearn of Atlanta; five stepdaughters, Neva Yarbrough of Plainview, Ronetta Strickland of Tulia, Ramona Strickland of Oklahoma City, Sophia Strickland of Tulia and Shelia Strickland of Amarillo; three stepsons, Kenneth Allen of Pampa, Jonathan Yarbrough of Boise City, Okla., and Frederick Strickland of Beaumont; three brothers, William Horace Allen Jr. of Plainview, Johnny Lee Allen of Des Moines, Iowa, and Cornelius Allen of Lubbock; a sister, Bonita Allen of Wichita Falls; and 19 grandchildren.
ALLEN, William H Sr

10-Sep-2003

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEY, Don R.

20-Aug-1998

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEY, L. E. Jr.

28-Jan-1982

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLEY, Mabel Cornelius

19-Jun-1986

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLGOOD, June

28-Nov-1996

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLISON, A. J. (Scoop)

1-Mar-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLISON, Dennis Lewis

22-Aug-1991

 DCert NA * Headstone (Findagrave)@  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLISON, Harlis D. (Al)

14-Jun-1989

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLISON, John Harry

14-Nov-1957

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLISON, Keith

22-May-1986

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLISON, Maurine

12-Jan-2003

16-Jan-2003

 DCert NA * Headstone (Findagrave)@  Amarillo Globe-NewsUnknown  Happy, TX
HAPPY – Maurine Allison, 80, died Thursday, Jan. 9, 2003.Services will be at 11 a.m. Monday in First Methodist Church of Happy with the Rev. Paul Burwash, pastor of First Baptist Church of Happy, officiating. Burial will be in Happy Cemetery by Brooks Funeral Directors of Canyon.Mrs. Allison was born July 20, 1922, in Bronte to Ira and Sibyl Prewitt. They made their home in Bronte for six years and then moved to Happy. She attended Happy schools and graduated from Happy High School in 1940.Upon graduation she attended Texas Technological College in Lubbock and then attended Draughon’s Business College. She married D.L. Allison in Ralls on June 25, 1942.They resided in San Diego, Calif., where they worked at Consolidated Aircraft Co. They returned to Happy and began farming. She continued to live in Happy until March 2002.Mrs. Allison’s life interests included researching family genealogy and volunteerism. She was very active in First Baptist Church in Happy, was the Happy Ex-Student Association Secretary, held offices in PTA, the Swisher County Historical Society and Randall County Home Demonstration Club.She was honored as one of the “Seven Who Care” in the Texas Panhandle, 1986. Mrs. Allison had been at Bivins Memorial Home since April 19, 2002.She was preceded in death by her husband, D.L. Allison, in 1991; and her parents.Survivors include a son, Jim Allison and wife, Rinda, of Amarillo; a daughter, Linda Schrib and husband, Jimmy, of Canyon; a sister, Ernestine and Vilo Danner of Happy; four grandchildren, Wes and Jennifer Allison of Hewitt, Wendy Allison of Arlington, Lanny and Missy Schrib and Laura and Dustin Turner, all of Houston; a great-grandchild, Bailey Allison; and 23 nephews and nieces.The family will receive friends from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. today at the funeral home.The family suggests memorials be to First Baptist Church, building fund, P.O. Box 95, Happy, TX 79042; the Happy Ex-Student Association, Happy ISD, P.O. Box 458, Happy, TX 79042; or the Bivins Memorial Nursing Home, 1001 Wallace Blvd., Amarillo, TX 79106.
ALLISON, Maye Robertson

30-Aug-2003

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLISON, Mrs. Flossie May

2-Jun-1960

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLISON, Nettie

24-Dec-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLISON, Samantha Simpson Powell

22-Apr-2004

23-Apr-2004

 DCert NA * Headstone  Amarillo-Globe NewsUnknown
TULIA – Samantha Simpson Powell Allison, 44, died Tuesday, April 20, 2004.
Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Rob Lindley, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery by Wallace Funeral Home.Mrs. Allison was born Oct. 14, 1959, in Tulia. She was the daughter of John Earl and Voncille Simpson of Tulia. She grew up in Tulia and graduated from Tulia High School in 1978. She attended Angelo State University and graduated from West Texas State University with a degree in elementary education. She taught school in Tulia, Ozona, Bledsoe, San Antonio, Lubbock and Highland. She also received a Realtor’s license and was a Realtor with Keller Williams in Lubbock. At her death, she was living in Highland and teaching fourth grade.Survivors include her parents; her husband, Jim of Highland; three sons, Landon, Caleb and Logan Powell, all of Highland; the children’s father, Rodney Powell of Shallowater; two sisters, Celia Bragg of San Angelo and Olivia Adamson and husband, Keith, of San Antonio; a brother, John Earl Simpson III and wife, Nita, of Tulia; a nephew; and two nieces.
ALLISON, Verna

5-Apr-1984

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLRED, Ernest Michael (Mike)

12-Jul-1979

 DCert NA * Headstone (Findagrave)@  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALLRED, James Milton

13-Nov-1958

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALMENDAREZ, Simon Jiner Jr

Unknown-2006

 DCert NA Unknown
Simon Jiner Almendarez Jr. 71, formerly a longtime resident ofFortStockton, passed away September 12, 2006 at Medical Center Hospital in Odessa. He was born February 18, 1935 in Ruidosa, TX to parents Simon J. Armendarez Sr. and Dolores Jiner Armendarez. He was a gentle loving man, never asked for much but always gave more than what he had. He will be missed. He was preceded in death by his parent, brothers, Conrado J. Armendarez, Natividad J. Armendarez, Caitano J. Armendarez, sisters, Julia A. Ruiz and Chuy A. Rodriguez. He is survived by his brother, Fernando Armendarez of Norwalk,CA, numerous nieces and nephews in Odessa and family in Fort Stockton, TX, New Mexico, and California. A rosary will be held tonight, September 14, 2006, at 7 PM at the Funeral Home. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM Friday, September 15, 2006 at St. Joseph Catholic Church with Deacon Paul officiating. Burial will follow at Rose Hill Cemetery. Services are under the direction of Martinez-Smith Funeral Chapels & Crematory.
ALSTON, Roy

10-Jan-1985

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALSUP, Lee Roy

22-Aug-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALTMAN, Alma Jennie

15-Jan-1981

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALTMAN, Billy Louise

3-Dec-2006

 DCert NA * Findagrave Amarillo Globe News
TULIA – Billy Louise Altman, 87, died Friday, Dec. 1, 2006, inAmarillo. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in First United Methodist Churchwith the Rev. Kay Reed, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill Cemetery by Kornerstone Funeral Directors in Tulia. Mrs. Altman married Daniel Altman on April 3, 1941. She was a member of First United Methodist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Judy Clark of Happy; a son, Danny Altman of Tulia; a sister, Ruth Stone of Donna; six grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.
ALTMAN, Dan I. Sr.

14-Jun-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALTMAN, Ed

24-Mar-1983

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALTMAN, Jamie Denise

28-Jan-1973

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALTMAN, Wayland

25-Aug-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALTMAN, Woodrow

20-Oct-1989

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALVAREZ, Baldomero Ranguel

3-Dec-1970

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALVAREZ, Carmen

19-May-2005

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALVAREZ, Eduardo

8-Apr-1999

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALVAREZ, Luanita

22-Dec-2005

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALVAREZ, Manuela Morales

9-Feb-1988

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALVAREZ, Oralia DeAnda

29-Feb-1996

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALVAREZ, Roberto

5-Dec-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ALVEREZ, James Jr.

25-Mar-1999

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AMADOR, Rosa G.

2-Jul-1989

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AMAYA, Juanita

21-Jul-2005

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AMBURN, Foster

24-Dec-1998

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AMBURN, Mariah Warren

22-Oct-1998

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AMBURN, Mrs. W. A. Sr.

30-Aug-1962

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AMERSON, F. O. (Floyd Oliver)

2-Jan-1964

 DCert * Headstone  The Tulia Herald
DEATH CLAIMS F. O. AMERSON F. O. Amerson, 66, died Tuesday night in an Amarillo hospital following a lingering illness. The Swisher county farmer was born in 1897 in Jack county. He had lived in Swisher county since 1927.Survivors include his wife, Twila, of the home; four sons, Hollis of California, J. C. and Coy Gene of Arizona, and Don L. Amerson of Tulia; five daughters, Mrs. Verda (sic) Mae Elkins of Tulia, Mrs. Vesta Springer of Arizona, Mrs. Lavenia Williams of Romero, Mrs. Laverne Cagle of Tulia, and Mrs. Erdeane Morgan of Joplin, MO.; and six brothers, Archie of Amarillo, Homer of Tulia, Lee of Muleshoe, and Cecil, Carl and Charlie, all of Wheeler county.Funeral services will be held at 3 o’clock Thursday afternoon at the First Methodist Church. Rev. R. H. Campbell, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, will be assisted by Rev. Tommy Ewing of Finney. Burial will be in Rose Hill under direction of Wallace Funeral Home.
AMERSON, Homer J.

22-May-1986

 DCert NA * Headstone * Findagrave  The Tulia Herald
HOMER AMERSONHomer J. Amerson, 87, died at 8:10 p.m. Tuesday in Swisher Memorial Hospital where he was admitted on the 13th.Services were at 2 p.m. Thursday in Wallace Funeral Chapel with Earl Cantwell, minister of the Rock Creek Church of Christ, officiating. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery under the direction of Wallace Funeral Home.He was born March 18, 1899 in Jacksboro. He married Lora Sidwell Brown on January 31, 1953 in Clovis, New Mexico. He came to Tulia in 1952 from Shamrock and was a retired farmer and a member of the Tulia Church of Christ.He is survived by his wife of the home; one step-daughter, Jenna Sue Land of Arlington; two step-sons, Rev. w. H. Fred Brown of Petersburg and Donald Ray Brown of Phoenix, Arizona; two brothers, Charles Amerson of Wellington and Cecil Amerson of Amarillo; twelve grandchildren, fifteen great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.Pallbearers were Dean Cagle, Ed Workman, Leon Barham, Earl Cox, Kenneth McCaslin, and Gene Clary.
AMERSON, Lora Jane

24-Oct-1996

 DCert NA * Headstone * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AMERSON, Mrs. J C.

31-Mar-1960

 Dcert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AMERSON, Truda Dell

30-Mar-1939

 DCert * Headstone * Findagrave Happy Herald  Tulia, TX
Funeral services for Truda Dell Amerson, 5 year old daughter of Mr. & Mrs. F. O. Amerson, were held in the Methodist Church at Tulia, March 25 at 2 p.m. Rev. H. B. Standlee, pastor of the Vigo Park circuit, and Rev. Uel D. Crosby were in charge.  Truda Dell was born September 10, 1933, 18 miles NE of Tulia and passed away in the Tulia hospital March 24th at Tulia following an appendicitis operation March 20th. She took sick Friday night, March 17 and was never any better.  She is survived by her mother and father, five sisters, four brothers and other relatives and friends.
AMERSON, Truda Dell

30-Mar-1939

DCert * Headstone * Findagrave The Tulia Herald  Tulia, TX
AMERSON BURIAL RITES WERE HELD SATURDAYFuneral services for five and a half-year-old Trudell (sic) Amerson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Amerson of Tulia, were conducted Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clcok at the Tulia Methodist Church. Rev. Stanley, pastor, officiated.Interment was made in the Tulia cemetery under the direction of Blackburn-Shaw Funeral Home.Trudell (sic) died early Friday morning in the Tulia Hospital. Mr. Amerson is a prominent Swisher County wheat farmer.Survivors besides the parents include four brothers, Hollis, J. C., Coy Gene and Don, all of Tulia; five sisters, Verda Mae, Vesta, Lavena, Laverne and Erdine, also of Tulia.
AMICK, Louis

15-Jul-1999

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AMICK, Mrs. R. W.

14-Oct-1971

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AMISH, Adam

14-Oct-1927

 DCert Happy Herald  Happy, TX
Early Monday morning shortly after the midnight hour, death claimed Adam Amish, 62, victim of malaria and heart failure. Mr. Amish, at the time of his death, was visiting in the home of J. N. Duff, an old friend. His home was in Iowa City, Iowa, which he and his wife left only a short time ago. He was in perfect health when he left and only began to feel sick while en route here. When he became so ill last week, his two sons were sent for and they were here at the time of the death of their father. The body was shipped Tuesday, back to his old home, Iowa City, for burial. Mrs Amish and her sons accompanied the body. S. S. Williams Undertaking was in charge.
AMMONS, Robert

27-Apr-2000

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, A. M

19-Jun-1980

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Adolf

4-Jan-1979

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Aleck D.

16-Nov-2000

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Alton

14-Jun-1984

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Alvin

25-May-1995

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Anna Lee

30-May-1991

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Bena

7-Sep-1939

 DCert Happy Herald  Canyon, TX
Mrs. Bena Anderson, 84, old pioneer Randall County woman, died in a Canyon hospital Wednesday evening at 6:00 after being struck by a car Friday night. The pioneer woman was a native of Sweden, but came to Randall County at an early age. She had resided in Canyon for almost 30 years. She was a member of the Lutheran Church.  Survivors include one son, Carl Anderson of Canyon; and six daughters, Mrs. C. W. Robinson of Fairfield, Iowa; Mrs. Neil Robinson of Wichita, KS; Mrs. Frank Crawford of Lafayette, IN; Mrs. Arthur Oleson of Canyon; and Mrs. Otto Stockhous of East Lake, CO.  Funeral arrangements had not been completed Wednesday, pending arrival of relatives. The body is in the care of Griggs‑Thompson Funeral Home.
ANDERSON, Bernice

15-Feb-2001

 DCert NA Tulia Herald Milo Cemetery,TX
ANDERSON, C. E.

14-Jun-1962

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, C. E.

2-Jun-1994

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Dave

19-Sep-1991

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Doretta Simpson

20-May-2004

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, E. M. (Andy)

5-Sep-1991

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON,Frances

14-Dec-1988

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Francis Lee Heisler

9-Mar-1995

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Josephine

22-Sep-2005

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, L. C.

11-Jun-1970

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Latonia Ann

10-May-1962

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Leon

20-May-2004

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Lillian

5-Oct-2004

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Lloyd D.

14-Aug-1997

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Lucile R (Alta Lucile Rousser)

12-Apr-1990

 DCert NA *
Headstone * Findagrave
 Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Luella Kelly

16-Oct-1975

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Margaret Ruth

12-Nov-1936

 DCert NF Happy Herald  Keighley?, KS
Miss Margaret Ruth Anderson, 26, of Amarillo, who was killed instantly in a crossing crash at Keighley, (Kinsley?) KS, Tuesday afternoon, which claimed the lives of five persons, was a former resident of Happy. She was the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Bill Anderson who lived in Happy for a number of years previous to 1925. Mr. Anderson was in the barber business here. The Anderson family now lives at Texola.
ANDERSON, Mayrene

19-Oct-2000

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Melvin Forrest

22-Jun-2000

 DCert NA * Headstone * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
Melvin F. Anderson
AMARILLO – Funeral services for Melvin F. Anderson, 96, will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in N.S. Griggs and Sons Pioneer Chapel with the Rev. John F. McClean of St. Paul United Methodist Church, officiating.
Burial will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Rose Hill Cemetery in Tulia.
Mr. Anderson died Saturday, June 17, 2000, in Amarillo.
He was born in Desdemona. He retired from Amarillo Hardware. He was an active member of the Amarillo Senior Citizens and a member of Trinity Methodist Church. He served with the U.S. Marine Corps.
In 1938 he married Lucile Rousser in Tulia. She died in 1990.
Survivors include a daughter, Anita Woods of Amarillo; and two grandchildren.
A grandson, Ryan Woods, died in 1998.
The family suggests memorials to a favorite charity.
ANDERSON, Miley Dewey

1-May-1975

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Mrs. A. M. (Sarah Adelia Anderson)

16-Aug-1956

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Mrs. Adolph (Gladys Mae)

24-Jul-1986

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Mrs. Susie

9-Aug-1973

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Nola

30-Apr-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Patricia Annette Sims

19-Oct-1995

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Rev. Don

9-Jan-1997

DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Ruth

24-Aug-2001

 DCert NA Plainview Daily Herald Flomot,TX
ANDERSON, Stella

9-Sep-2004

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Truman Preston (Porter)

18-Jan-1996

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, W. W.

30-Oct-1969

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Wanda Lee Scott

1-Mar-2003

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Weldon ABob@

1-May-1986

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Wilburn James

25-Oct-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, Will Norris

29-Apr-1976

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERSON, William Thomas

14-Dec-1967

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERWALD, Durward “Andy”

8-May-2003

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERWALD, Mark Henry

31-Jan-1980

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDERWALD, Mary M. Rapstine

24-Mar-1994

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDEREWS, Shawn

19-Sep-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDREWS, William F.

22-Sep-2000

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDRUS, Cleta Belle

21-Apr-1994

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDRUS, John Emery

5-Jan-2006

 DCert NA Plainview Daily Herald
KRESS — John Emery Andrus, 87, died Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2006, in Lubbock. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Jan. 6, 2006, in First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Rob Blum, pastor, and the Rev. Clifford Trotter, retired minister of Polk Street United Methodist Church in Amarillo, officiating. Burial will follow in Rose Hill Cemeteryin Tulia under the direction of Kornerstone Funeral Directors in Tulia. Mr. Andrus was born March 6, 1918, in Willow, Okla.He attended schools in Duke, Okla., and moved to Swisher County in 1940. He was a farmer. He married Linnie Vineyard on Feb. 12, 1941, and she died Dec. 1, 1998. He married Gwen Walker on March 6, 2000, in Amarillo. He was a member of the Kress City Council where he helped obtain the water rights for the City of Kress. He was a lifelong member of First United Methodist Churchwhere he served on the finance committee. He organized Kress´s first Little League baseball charter. He played in domino tournaments and enjoyed it very much. Survivors include his wife, Gwen Walker Andrus of Plainview; two sons and daughters-in-law, Charles and Janis Andrus of Tulia and Marlin and Connie Andrus of Kress; one stepson, J.B. “Sonny” Walker of Plainview; two stepdaughters, Lynda Tye of Kress and Gayle Graham of Cullman, Ala.; one brother, Charles Royce Andrus of Arlington; three grandchildren, Lisa Schott of Silverton, Cristy Bennett of Plainview and Craig Andrus of Kress; seven great-grandchildren; seven step-grandchildren; and 13 great -step-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife; Linnie Andrus; two brothers, Raymond Andrus and Vernon Andrus; one sister, Jewel Crawford; and one grandson, Mark Andrus.
ANDRUS, Linnie

10-Dec-1998

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANDRUS, Mark

29-Aug-1985

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANGEL, Joyce

7-Mar-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANGLE, Mary Vivian

14-Mar-1988

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANNEN, Cecilia

16-Aug-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANNEN, Cornelia

6-Jul-1989

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANNEN, Raymond

25-May-1995

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANSCHUTZ, Everett

18-Mar-1993

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANSLEY D. B.

22-Feb-1973

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANSLEY, Henry Adison

18-Aug-1932

 DCert Happy Herald  Amarillo, TX
Henry Ansley, 36 Amarillo newspaperman and author of “I Like the Depression” died Saturday of injuries suffered in an auto accident near Tulia shortly after midnight. Ansley spent his youth with his parents in various towns of the Panhandle plains. He attended Wayland College at Plainview. He engaged in the cattle business later and at the time of his death was planning another book.  Eleven years ago he entered the newspaper profession, associating himself with Gene Howe and Wilbur C. Hawk, owners of the Amarillo Globe and News. Recently he served as managing editor of the El Paso Herald for several years. He returned to the Amarillo papers when the Herald was sold a year and a half ago.  An ambulance carried Ansley to Amarillo from Tulia. He is survived by his wife, MRS. MARIE ANSLEY; his parents Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Ansley; five brothers, Paul, Ben Forrest, Horace and Thad; and one sister Mary, all of Amarillo.  Funeral services were held at the Amarillo Central Presbyterian Church at 2:30 Monday afternoon with Bishop E. Cecil Seaman of the Episcopal Church in charge assisted by Dr. Thomsen of the Central Presbyterian Church. Burial was in Llano Cemetery.
ANTHONY, Celes B. Bryan

16-Oct-1986

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANTHONY, Joe Barney

5-Mar-1959

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANTHONY, Mrs. Beulah (Eva)

3-Jan-1957

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANTHONY, Mrs. C. R.

23-Oct-1958

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANTHONY, Will B.

10-Nov-1955

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANZALDUA, Abel A.

1-Aug-1996

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ANZALDUA, Eddie G.

16-Mar-2000

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
APPLETON, Allie Laura (Mrs. T. O.)

10-Nov-1992

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
APPLETON, Ora E.

7-Jun-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
APPLETON, Sam

5-Feb-1987

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
APPLETON, Tolbert

19-Apr-1988

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
APPLETON, W. H. (William Henry)

10-Nov-1960

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
APPLING, Birdie

13-May-1983

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
APPLING, Carrie

24-Oct-1985

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
APPLING, Dr. Walter Arrie

31-Oct-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
APPLING, Latrell

30-Apr-2001

 DCert NA Plainview Daily Herald Amarillo,TX
APPLING, Wayne

19-Feb-1998

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AQUALLO, Hilario Chaves

1-Feb-1979

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AQUILAR, Olivia

6-Dec-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARCE, Guadalupe Zuniga

3-Aug-1995

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARCHER, Carolyn Kay

11-Oct-1984

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARCHER, Eddie Gene

7-Jun-2001

 DCert NA Tulia Herald Seiling,OK
ARCHER, Joyce Merle Hanes

29-Jun-1995

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARCHLMAYR, Mrs. John G.

31-Mar-1960

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARDIS,Geneva May Armontout

16-Jul-1987

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARDIS, Robert Lee (Bob)

25-Oct-1956

 DCert * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARELLANO, Joe Luis

17-Mar-1994

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARMONTROUT, Audie Monroe

10-Mar-1960

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARMONTROUT, D. E. (David Elonzo)

4-Dec-1958

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARMONTROUT, Nora A.

8-Oct-1981

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARMSTRONG, Darlene Zimmerman

25-Apr-1996

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARMSTRONG, Ema AChuba@

14-Oct-1999

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARMSTRONG, Frank J.

23-Nov-1978

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARMSTRONG, Fred

28-Feb-1952

 DCert * HStone * Findagrave Tulia Herald  Amarillo, TX
Bro. W. P. Dennis conducted final rites for Fred Armstrong, lifetime resident of the Panhandle, which were held from Central Church of Christ on Saturday afternoon. Mr. Armstrong died on Thursday morning at the Veterans Hospital in Amarillo, following a two months illness.  Mr. Armstrong was the son of pioneer Panhandle residents. He was born in Swisher County February 11, 1893. He was engaged in farming near Tulia until about a year ago when he moved to Amarillo. He was a veteran of World War I and a member of the Church of Christ. A military service was held at Rose Hill Cemetery. Arrangements were by Wallace Funeral Home.  Survivors include his wife, ACHSA ARMSTRONG, two daughters, Mrs. Frances Lepine, Norfolk, VA and Mrs. Jean Hood, Tulia; three granddaughters; four sisters, Mrs. Viola Loftin and Mrs. LuLu Ward, both of Tulia, Mrs. Eva Curb, Canyon and Mrs. Ethel McCasland, Clovis, NM and two brothers, Bill Armstrong of Happy and Harrison Armstrong, Ft. Sumner, NM.
ARMSTRONG, Fred (Mrs)
Lula Irene Faulkner Hedge

20-Jan-1950

 DCert * HStone * Findagrave Tulia Herald  Canyon, TX
Mrs. Fred Armstrong, 52 years old, Tulia, died Thursday of last week.  Funeral services were held last Saturday at the Church of Christ. Curtis Camp, minister, conducted the services. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery.  Mrs. Armstrong was born in Swisher County. She moved to Gray County for a while then moved back here. She had lived here about 30 years. Mrs. Armstrong was a member of the Church of Christ.  Survivors include her husband and two daughters, Mrs. Jack Hood, Tulia; Mrs. Daniel Lepine, Norfolk, VA; a sister, Mrs. George Van Cott, Wassiac, NY; two brothers, King C. Faulkner, San Antonio; and Rhea Faulkner, Camp Verde, AZ; and two granddaughters.
ARMSTRONG, Henry Wesley

2-Feb-1933

 DCert * HStone * Headstone (findagrave) Happy Herald  Happy, TX
H. W. Armstrong, pioneer Swisher County farmer, passed away at his home in Happy Tuesday morning at 3:00 o’clock.  Coming to this country in 1891, Mr. Armstrong held the distinction of being one of the earliest settlers of Swisher County. With the closest railroad nearly 60 miles away, he settled with his family near where Tulia now is before the county was organized.  Born in Alabama in 1853, he moved to Tennessee during the Civil War. Later he came to Texas with the westward movement in 1875, settling at Dallas which was then a small town. The urge to go still farther west brought him, with his family, to Jack County in the early 80′s and to SwisherCountyin 1891.  Following the late George Cayler and Andy Bivins, both prominent pioneers, he bought the farm near Tulia where he lived until 1926 when he moved to Happy. Here he lived until his death. While living at Dallas, he was married to MISS TEXIE VORHIES who has shared his fortunes for 56 years, eleven children being born to this union.  Besides his widow, Mrs. H. W Armstrong, Happy, he is survived by eight children: Mrs. Lula Ward, and Mrs. Viola Loftin of Tulia; Mrs. John Lemmons and Mrs. Eva Curb of Happy; Jim, Duncan, AZ; Harrison, Moriarty, NM; W. E., Happy; and Fred, Tulia.  Funeral services were held from the Presbyterian Church, Tulia, Wednesday at 2:30 P.M. with interment in Rose Hill Cemetery. Rev. E. B. Fincher of Amarillo officiated.  Pallbearers were Joe Cantrell, G. G. Hutchinson, Jim Cleveland, Murray Evans, John Burgess and Fletcher Rogers. ‑ from The Tulia Herald.
ARMSTRONG, Harrison (Rohan H)

3-Aug-1963

 DCert * HeadstoneFindagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARMSTRONG, James Donald

1-May-1986

 DCert NA * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARMSTRONG, Lerton A.

3-Jan-1980

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARMSTRONG, Louise S.

23-Mar-2000

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARMSTRONG, Lula Irene Faulkner (See Mrs Fred Armstrong)

12-Jan-1950

 (See Mrs Fred Armstrong)  (See Mrs Fred Armstrong)  (See Mrs Fred Armstrong)
ARMSTRONG, Marjorie Ruth

19-Jul-1929

DCert NF * Findagrave Happy Herald
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Armstrong died Tuesday afternoon in Happy. The baby was born Sunday, July 14 and after two days of life, quietly passed away. Rev. Huff, Baptist minister, and pastor of the Tulia Baptist Church held the services in the home at 2:30 p.m. Wednesday after which the body was brought to Happy where interment was made. The many friends of the family express their sympathy in the time of sorrow. Williams Undertaking Company was in charge.
ARMSTRONG, Nita Grace Bostick

30-Dec-1982

 DCert NA * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARMSTRONG, Opal Faye Connell

28-May-1998

 DCert NA * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
Opal Connell Armstrong was a graduate of Snyder High School. She married James Donald Armstrong on June 1, 1946, and they moved to Kress in 1950. She was a member of the Swisher County Senior Citizens, Crochet Club and the Study Club. She was named Swisher County Senior Citizen of the Year in 1989.She was preceeded in death by her husband, James, in 1986. Survivors include a daughter, Donna Brandt of Amarillo; two sons, Tommy of Dumas and Billy of Lubbock; five grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.Her funeral was on May 22, 1998 at Kress First Baptist Church with the Revs. Jeffrey Lee, pastor, and Ron Kelly, pastor of Kress First United Methodist Church, officiating. Burial followed in Rose Hill Cemetery in Tulia.
ARMSTRONG, Patricia Reynolds Rodgers

18-Mar-1954

 DCert * Findagrave Tulia Herald  Tulia, TX
Mrs. Lerton Armstrong was found dead in the bathroom of her home, 645 N.El Paso, Wednesday shortly after noon. A 22 rifle lay by her side. Doctors said she had been dead about two hours. Her mother, Mrs. Rex Rodgers, discovered the body. Mrs. Armstrong was the former Pat Rodgers.
ARMSTRONG, Patricia Reynolds Rodgers

25-Mar-1954

 DCert * Findagrave Tulia Herald  Tulia, TX
Final rites for Mrs. Patricia Armstrong, 30, were held Thursday afternoon at the First Presbyterian Church. Rev. C. John Westhof officiated. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery under the direction of Wallace Funeral Home.   Mrs. Armstrong was born here January 18, 1924. She was graduated from Tulia High School in 1941 and was married to Lerton Armstrong April 22, 1942 at Los Angeles, CA. Survivors include her husband, partner in Spiller‑Armstrong Implement Co., the son, Roger; two sisters, Priscilla Rodgers and Mrs. Jacqueline Littlejohn; the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rex Rodgers and her paternal grandfather, S. M. Rodgers.
ARMSTRONG, William Edgar (Bill)

16-Oct-1969

 DCert * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum  Happy, TX
ARNETT, David

5-Dec-1957

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Ada Rebecca

18-Mar-1971

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Bomar Arnold

6-May-1993

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Dee

3-Nov-2005

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Dr. C. K

4-May-1939

 DCert NF Happy Herald  Plainview, TX
Funeral services for Dr. C. K. Arnold, 48, who died at a Plainview hospital Sunday night following an illness of four months, were held at the Floydada Methodist Church Tuesday afternoon at 2:00 with pastor Rev. Vernon Shaw, Floydada Baptist minister officiating with burial in theFloydadaCemetery.   Dr. Arnold was a member of the Methodist Church, a mason and the Shrine and an ex‑serviceman.  Born January 1, 1891 at Graham, TX he spent his earlier life there He was graduated form Baylor Medical School in 1915 and practiced medicine at Petrolia from 1919 to 1937 when he moved to Floydada and practiced there.  Survivors include his wife, two sons, Robert and Carl, two brothers, Fred Arnold of Graham and Robert Arnold of Lubbock, and one sister, Mrs. Katherine Ferris of Fort Worth. Dr. Arnold’s wife is the daughter of Mrs. P. J. Neff of this city.
ARNOLD, Edgar

1-Aug-1974

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Edgar A.

4-Sep-1989

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Geraldine B.

22-Jan-1998

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Gladys Burson

27-Nov-1975

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Hollis F.

22-Dec-1973

 Dcert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, J. E. (John Emmett

19-Aug-1948

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Joe E.

20-Jan-1994

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Lynn

7-Mar-1996

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Marcellus Sheridan

20-Apr-1944 or
30-Apr-1944

DCert The Happy Herald  Amarillo, TX
After a prolonged illness, Marcellus Sheridan Arnold, 77, farmer and ranchman of Happy, died at 11:30 Saturday night in an Amarillo hospital. His farms are scattered over four counties: Gray, Randall, Carson, and Swisher.  The retired stockman had lived in Happy since 1919, when he moved here from Pampa. He was born on July 11, 1866, in Virginia, when his father returned from fighting in the Civil War. They moved to Kansas in 1876, later living inOklahoma and finally in Gray County in 1906.  Becoming interested in the petroleum business when oil was discovered on his Gray County land, Mr. Arnold developed his holdings there into one of the big projects of the area.  His wife, the former CORNELIA BELLE STROHMEYER, died in 1920, just four days after their daughter, Elsie Arnold. Their only other child was a son Ralph, who is now a rancher at Canadian.  Funeral services were held at the Boxwell Bros. Funeral Chapel in Amarillo Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock, immediately preceding burial beside his wife at Pampa. Rev. Elmer Crabtree, pastor of the Happy Methodist Church, officiated assisted by Dr. R. C. Snodgrass of the First Christian Church of Amarillo.  Other survivors of the pioneer cattleman include two grandchildren; Mrs. Jack Frost of Hereford and Pat Arnold of Canadian, and two great grandchildren, William Sheridan Frost, age 3, and Robert Lee Frost, age one year.  Other survivors are three brothers, E. F. Arnold of Espanola,NM; W. D. Arnold of Hudson,CO, and W. C. Arnold of Sand Creek, OK.  Mrs. Arnold was a sister of Mrs. Earl Cowan of Happy, and when her mother died in 1899, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold took her into their home and reared her as one of their own. Mrs. Jack Frost was also reared in the home of her grandfather.  Mr. Arnold was a member of the Christian Church but gave liberally of his means to other denominations. When the Methodists of Happy announced their plans for erecting a new church building, Mr. Arnold donated the building site for the church parsonage.
ARNOLD, Mike

11-Aug-1983

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Mrs. Maude Wesley

5-Jan-1956

 DCert Possibly  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Ozey Andrew

28-Nov-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Roger

16-May-1963

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Veda Hortense (Mrs. W C.)

3-Apr-1975

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARNOLD, Wilma

24-Mar-2005

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARREOLA, Joe L.

15-Nov-1989

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARTEBURN, youth

12-May-1960

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARTERBERRY, John Thomas (Jr)

16-May-1957

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARTERBURN, Edgar

19-Jan-1984

DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARTERBURN, Mrs. William H. (Pearl)

9-Jan-1958

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARTERBURN, William H. (Dub)

3-May-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARTHO, Roberta

20-Feb-2003

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARTHUR, Edythe Knapp

29-Jan-1998

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ARTHUR, Verna Merle

7-Oct-2004

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ASBERRY, Thelma J.

4-Apr-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ASBURY, Joe G.

23-Aug-1951

 DCert NF Tulia Herald  Denver, CO
Graveside rites for Joe G. Asbury, 48, were held Wednesday afternoon at Rose Hill Cemetery. Rev. W. Neil Record, pastor, of the First Baptist Church, Tulia, was in charge. Burial was under the direction of Wallace Funeral Home.   Mr. Asbury, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. R C. Asbury, died early Monday morning in his home in Denver, CO following a long illness. Funeral services were conducted in Denver Tuesday morning.  Born in Rosebud, Mr. Asbury moved to Tulia with his parents at an early age. All his public schooling was received in Tuha. At one time he served ad Tulia City Manager.  Survivors include his widow, MRS. LOUISE ASBURY, and a sister Mrs. Frank Cave of Plainview.  Pallbearers were Horace Lindley, W. H. Ward, Walter Tomlinson, Royall Cantrell, Wallace Hutchison and Ray Bivens.
ASHBY, Ruthmary

18-Jul-1991

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ASHLEY, Floyd

20-Dec-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ASHWILL, Wendi

21-May-1981

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ASKEW, Geneta Loarene

8-Feb-1973

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AST, Louise

9-Jun-2005

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATCHISON, George Jr.

29-Dec-1960

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATCHISON, Lovie

7-Feb-1989

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATCHLEY, Daniel Oliver

4-Nov-1982

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATCHLEY, Harley Owens

5-Dec-1974

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATCHLEY, James Washington

4-Apr-1974

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATCHLEY, Joe C.

14-Sep-1961

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATCHLEY, Kyle (Selby)

24-Aug-1964

 DCert * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATCHLEY, Mrs. S. P. (Alpha Frances)

11-Apr-1971

 DCert * Headstone * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATCHLEY, Nora Hardaway

18-Sep-1986

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATCHLEY, Sheridan Kelly

7-Feb-1991

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATCHLEY, Sheridan P. (Red)

12-Aug-1954

 DCert * Headstone * Findagrave Tulia Herald  Tulia, TX
Funeral services for Sheridan P. (Red) Atchley, 60 years old, pioneer Tulia barber and farmer were conducted Wednesday afternoon at the First Methodist Church. Rev. Uel D. Crosby former pastor officiated. Mr. Atchley died suddenly Monday night at his residence, 543 East Broadway, from what appeared to be a heart attack. He was born in June 1894 at Celina, TN, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Atchley. He came to Texas in 1915 and to Swisher County in 1920. He married the former ALPHA SHAFER who survives.      On December 24, 1922 he established the Olympic Barber Shop. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Kelly and a daughter Voncille, both of Tulia; a brother, W. H. Atchley of Celina, TN; and a sister, Mrs. Dunning, also of Celina.   Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery under direction of Wallace Funeral Home.Biography is in Windmilling in Swisher County, “S P Atchley,” pg 139.
ATHEWS, Wallace C.

10-Feb-1994

DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATKINSON, Bill

28-Feb-1980

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATKINSON, Dorothy Landers

1-Oct-1987

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATKINSON, Loree

2-May-1985

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
ATKINSON, Sarah Louise Morris

20-Dec-1951

 DCert * Headstone * Findagrave Tulia Herald  Plainview, TX
Funeral services for Mrs. W. M. Atkinson were conducted Monday afternoon at the First Baptist Church, Rev. W. Neil Record, pastor, officiated. Burial was inRoseHillCemeteryunder direction of Wallace Funeral Home.  Mrs. Atkinson died Friday night in a Plainview convalescent home where she was taken about 10 days ago.  Sarah Louise Morris was born November 29, 1868 in Tennessee. She was the daughter of James Pat and Sarah Morris. She was married to W. M. ATKINSON in 1899 in Coryell County,Texas. They were the parents of one daughter, Winnie Mae, who died August 20, 1950. The family moved to the plains in 1907. Survivors include several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Kirk Garrett, Ewell Grigg, Allan Heard, Jim Hale, C. L. Franks and John Ballenger.
ATKINSON, Winnie Mae

24-Aug-1950

 DCert * Headstone * Findagrave Tulia Herald  Tulia, TX
Miss Winnie Mae Atkinson, 49 years old, died in Tulia Tuesday of this week. Funeral services were scheduled Thursday afternoon at 3:30 o’clock in the First Baptist Church. Rev. C. G. Sewell, pastor, was to conduct the services. Burial was to be in Rose Hill Cemetery under direction of Wallace Funeral Home.  Miss Atkinson lived with her mother, Mrs. W. M. Atkinson, the only survivor known in Tulia. Miss Atkinson was a private teacher of public speaking.
AULD, Lawrence Milburn

27-Jun-1957

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AUSTIN, James

20-Mar-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AUSTIN, James Clint

15-Aug-1968

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AUSTIN, Marvell (Polly) Knight

26-Sep-2002

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AUTEN, Don

19-Nov-1998

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AUTEN, Gary

5-Apr-2001

 DCert NA Tulia Herald Tulia,TX
AUTRY, Eva Mae Carter

25-Feb-1954

 DCert * Findagrave Tulia Herald  Tulia, TX
Funeral services for Mrs. Alvie L. Autry, 51, were conducted Saturday morning at the First Baptist Church. Rev. W. Neil Record, pastor and Rev. Ray Autry of Kingfisher, OK officiated. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery under direction of Wallace Funeral Home.  Mrs. Autry died in Swisher County Hospital Thursday morning. She had undergone surgery several days before.  A native of Brazos County, Mrs. Autry and her family came to Tulia in 1948. She and Mr. Autry owned and operated Autry Grocery at the northeast corner of the square in Tulia for the past 13 months.  Mrs. Autry was an active member of the First Baptist Church and at the time of her death was serving as Superintendent of the Sunday School Primary Dept.  Besides her husband, survivors include a daughter, Glendene Abernathy, a son Harold, a half sister, Mrs. Jack Manning of Bryan and a granddaughter. She was a sister of the late Clyde Carter.
AUTRY, Alvie L

Unknown had same date as wife  (died Aug. 1, 1979)

DCert NF * Findagrave  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AUTRY, Susie

6-May-1999

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AVALOS, Christopher

5-Jul-1984

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AVENT, Julius

1-Sep-1960

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AVENT, Alpha A.

26-Nov-1998

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AVENT, Jewel

27-Nov-1980

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AVENT, Mildred Lowe

24-Feb-1988

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AVENT, Mrs. J. L.

6-Nov-1969

 DCert NF  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AVENT, Thoran (Jay)

1-Nov-1962

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AVENT, Willie (Peggy)

7-Nov-1985

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AVENT,Wilson Lavert Jr.

3-Mar-1964* May not be correct

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AVERY, W. H.

29-Apr-1932

 DCert Happy Herald  Travis, TX
W. H. Avery, 45, brother of Mrs. W. A. Rea and agricultural instructor at Luling school was killed instantly and a 17 year old student was critically injured when Mr. Avery’s car turned over on the Austin‑Houston highway 25 miles east of Austin last week.  Mr. Avery was a prominent teacher who served as superintendent of the Kress schools a few years ago.  A brother M. R. Avery is County Judge for Castro County at present and is also making the race for representative for 120th district.  It will be recalled that another brother, J. O. Avery, was agriculture teacher and superintendent of schools here several years ago.
AVILA, Ana Erminia

10-Jan-1991

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AXTELL, Ray A.

3-Aug-1978

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AYCOCK, Henry W.

18-Mar-1971

 DCert  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AYCOCK, Homer Rex

18-Sep-1997

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AYCOCK, Luella

3-Apr-1997

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AYCOCK, Orban Farrow

1-Feb-1979

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AYCOCK, Russell Alan

22-Feb-1990

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum
AYERS, Jeremy A Jerm

1-Apr-1996

 DCert NA  Unknown: On File at the Swisher County Museum

 

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