|Shelby County Rootsweb Facts|
|Week Ending April 1 & April 8, 2005|
The annual HOGAN reunion will be held on April 16, 2005
at the regular meeting place in Diboll, TX. For more
information, call Grace Foresyth in Center at 936-598-2612.Happy Easter,
Jane Sanford-Hogan Keppler
Shelby County in World War II exhibit is now open at the Shelby County Museum. Hours are 1p.m. to 4p.m. daily
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|FAY "DOODIE" BASS
Fay "Doodie" Bass, 89, of Joaquin died March 25, 2005 in Center. Burial was in Sholar Cemetery. Born September 5, 1915, in Shelby County, she was the daughter of Albert and Annie McNeese Wood. Mrs. Bass was a Homemaker. She was married to Clarence Bass, and he preceded her in death. Survivors include daughter, Annie Ruth Richards of Tenaha; sons, Emmitt Bass of Diaboil and jerry Bass of Joaquin; sister, Rth Young of Greenspring, Ohio. Watson & Sons Funeral Home.
|JANE O'DEA PARKER
Jane O'Dea Parker, 68, died March 26, 2005 in Shreveport, Louisiana. Cremation was requested. Survivors include husband Milburn Parker of Center; sons, John Parker of Center and Andrew Parker of Japan; daughter, Susan Powell of Houston. Watson & Sons Funeral Home.
|JOE H. SETZER
Joe H. Setzer, 87 of Gary died March 24, 2005 in Nacogdoches. Burial was in Corinth Cemetery. Born November 17, 1917, in Taylor, Arkansas, he was the son of Cephas Ray and Rosa Bell Williams Setzer. Mr. Setzer was a veteran of WWII. He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, Virginia Setzer, second wife, Tommie Setzer; brothers, Albert, Peck and Gus. Survivors include his daughter Sue Creamer of Gary; brother Bernie Setzer of Valliant, Oklahoma; sisters, Anita Weaver of Houghton, Louisiana and Olivia Stephens of Bossier City, Louisiana. Jimerson Funeral Home. Carthage.
|JANET LEEHIN BELROSE
Janet Leehin Belrose, 60, of Center died March 28, 2005, in Shreveport, Louisiana. Burial was in Sardis Cemetery, Shelby County. Born February 4, 1945, in Center, she was the daughter of Charles Olan and Edith Fowler Cain. Mrs. Belrose was employed with Shelbyville ISD. Survivors include husband J. E. Belrose of Center; son, Keith Belrose of Cente; mother, Edith Williams of Center; sister, Colette Metcalf of Center; half-sister, Patsy Charlene Coker; half-brother, Charles Arnold Cain. Watson & Sons Funeral Home.
|LOUISE BURNS GOODWIN
Louise Burns Goodwin, 82, of Port Neches and formerly of Buena Vista Community died March 28, 2005, in Nederland. Burial was in New Prospect Cemetery, Shelby County. Born November 19, 1912, in Timpson, she was the daughter of Harrison and Fannie Rhodes Burns. Mrs. Goodwin was a Homemaker. Survivors include daughters, Nelwyn Coward of Summitt, Mississippi and Glenda Pruett of Port Neches. Taylor Funeral Home.
|MARGARET "SALLY" SAPP
Margaret "Sally" Sapp, 76, of Timpson died March 30, 2005 in Corpus Christi. Burial was in Blair Cemetery, Timpson. Born October 13, 1928, in Burford, South Carolina, she was the daughter of Paul and Lottie McCoy White. Mrs. Sapp was a Homemaker. Survivors include husband, James Allen Sapp of Timpson; daughters, Susan Odom of Kemah and Deborah Hinz of Arlington; brothers, Wilber White or Orlando, Florida and Gerald White of Pensacola, Florida; sister, Evelyn Mindyas of Las Vagas, Nevada. Taylor Funeral Home.
|DORIS MCLEROY LINEBARGER
Doris McLeroy Linebarger, 84, of Timpson died March 30, 2005 in Center. Burial was in Corinth Cemetery. Born August 26, 1920, in Timpson, she was the daughter of Homer anf Fay Eisson McLeroy. Mrs. Linebarger was married to Frank Linebarger , and he preceded her in death. Survivors include son Michael Linebarger of Timpson; sister, Maudel Fleer of Timpson. Taylor Funeral Home.
Lamar Duncan, 82, of Logansport died April 3, 2005 at his residence. Burial was in Wimberly-Rayburn Cemetery. Born January 6, 1923, in Shelby County he was the son of Bob and Lorene Kendrick Duncan. He is preceded in death y his parents, brother, Elvin Duncan and infant daughter, Glenda Gail. Survivors include wife, Nathanleen Davis Duncan of Logansport; daughters, Brenda Permenter of Grand Cane, Christa Groves of Logansport and Mitzi Harris of Logansport; brother Leo Duncan of Huxley; sister, Lamerle McCoy of Rockwall. Watson & Sons Funeral Home.
Eva Mitchell, 81, of Orange died April 1, 2005 in Orange. Burial was in Oaklawn Memorial Park. Born December 31, 1923, in Center, she was the daughter of Grover C. Kendricks and Claudia Beckham. Mrs. Mitchell is preceded in death by her parents and Husband Rev. Harry Townsend Mirchell, Sr. Survivors include children, Harrit T. Mitchell, Jr of Wells Point, Michael W. Mitchell of Fayetville, North Caraolina and Jo Ann Sparacino of Orange. Mangum Funeral Home.
|MABEL LEE HORTON BOWLIN
Mabel Lee Horton Bowlin, 95, of Timpson died April 6, 2005, in Nacogdoches. Burial was in Tennessee Cemetery, Timpson. Born December 6, 1909, in Shelby County, she was the daughter of C. H. and Allie Roper Horton. Mrs. Bowlin was a Homemaker. Survivors include son, Bevie Kent Bowlin of Timpson; daughter Danna Hasley of Nacogdoches. Taylor Funeral Home.
|GEORGE W. WATSON
George W. Watson, 82, of Brownsboro died April 5, 2005 in Nacogdoches. Burial as in Corinth Cemetery, Timpson. Born November 9, 1922, in Shelby County, he was the son of Jasper and Lizzie Mae Patterson Watson. Mr. Watson was a veteran of WWII. Survivors include wife, Hilda Stilley Watsonof Brownsboro; son, George Stanley Watson of Granbury; daughter, Judy Harrold of McKinney; brothers, Osborn J. Watson of Huntington, Jack Watson of Tenaha nd Billy Joe Watson of Tenaha; sisters, Claudia Hairgrove of Tyler and Bobby Veatch of Shreveport. Taylor Funeral Home.
|LLOYD L. PRYOR
Lloyd L. Pryor, 82, of Center died April 3, 2005 in Center. Burial was in Short Cemetery. Born February 1, 1923, in Red Oak, Oklahoma, he was the son of John Henry and Jessie Alma Dunn Pryor. Mr. Pryor was retired from the Hoover Company. Survivors include his wife, Geraldine Pryor of Center; son, Larry Pryor of Center; daughters, Mary Carter of Denton and Betty Peery of Greenwood, Indiana; sister, Leona Willis of Fruitvale. Watson & Sons Funeral Home.
|MARY B. KING
Mary B. King, 90, of Nacogdoches died April 5, 2005 in Nacogdoches. Burial was in Ramah Cemetery, Shelby County. Born May 3, 1914, in Tenaha, she was the daughter of Joseph B. and Katie Davis King. Ms. King was a retired licensed vocational nurse. She was preceded in death by her parents; brothers, J. B. King and Aubrey King; sisters, Thelma Arledge and Juanita Hurst. She leaves a number of nieces and nephews. Watson & Sons Funeral Home.
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