|Shelby County Rootsweb Facts|
|Week Ending September 30, 2005|
The Price Cemetery Association will meet Saturday, October 1, 2005 at Lone Cedar Church (Hwy 7 to FM 3082, turn south, go 4.3 miles to Lone Cedar Church) We'll start gathering about 10 a.m., have our association meeting, then share a pot luck lunch. Anyone who has family or extended family buried in Price Cemetery is invited to come and bring your family! If you have questions, contact Micki McLaughlin at 817-292-4165 or email@example.com.
It's time for the Brady Reunion again on October 1, 2005. All relatives and friends of Brady School Students are invited along with new arrivals to our community. We will meet from 9AM - 3PM at the Community House on San Augustine Street. Bring mementos and pictures from the past and a dish for our noon meal. Lillian and Johnnie 936-598-5388
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Belton Jackson, 81, of Center died September 23, 2005 in Center. Burial was in Patroon Cemetery. Born October 26, 1923, in Appleby, he was the son of William and Viola Deason Jackson. Mr. Jackson was a WWII veteran and employ with Bruce Hardwood. Survivors include wife, Clariece Jackson of Timpson; sons, Kenneth Ray Jackson, Glenn Jackson, William Larry Jackson and Richard Jackson, all of Center and Ronnie Jackson of Orange; daughter, Marlina Hannah of Brazoria; brothers, Douglas Jackson, Jimmy Jackson and Billy Joe Jackson, all of Center and Eugene Jackson of Trinity and Don Jackson of Shelbyville. Mangum Funeral Home.
|ROBERT MARCUS MCDONALD
Robert Marcus McDonald, 54. of Shelbyville died September 22, 2005. Burial was in Oaklawn Memorial Park. Born July 26, 1951, in Ft. Worth, he was the son of Harold and Alice Moss McDonald. Mr. McDonald was a poultry farmer. Survivors include wife, Lisa McDonald of Shelbyville; sons, Marcus Clinton McDonald and Robert Marcus McDonald, Jr., both of Center; daughter, Meghan Melissa McDonald Wilkinson of Center; father, Harold L. McDonald of Center; brothers, Mike McDonald of Willis, Dan McDonald of Tyler and Jonathan McDonald of Nassau Bay. Watson & Sons Funeral Home.
Ernestine Hooper, 97, of Nacogdoches died September 24, 2005. Burial was in Woodlawm Cemetery, Timpson. Born May 6, 1908, in Timpson, Texas, she was the daughter of Parelous Lafayette Hooper and Ritta Camilla Hughes Hooper. She was preceded in death by parents and all brothers and sisters. Survivors include nephews, nieces and a host of friends. Cason Monk-Mitcalf Funeral Home.
|ROBERT ALLEN MUELLER
Robert Allen Mueller, 57, died September 24, 2005. Burial was in New Prospect Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Michelle Mueller; son, Robert Mueller, Jr.; mother Mary Mueller; brothers, Mueller, Gordon Mueller, Tommy Mueller, Charles Mueller, Kenneth Mueller and Johnny Mueller
|RUBY IDA RICHARDSON
Ruby Ida Richardson, 94, of Nacogdoches died September 27, 2005. Burial was in Cedar Yard Cemetery, Shelby County. Born March 28, 1911, in Shelby County, she was the daughter of William Thomas and Ellen Brawley Waites. Mrs. Richardson was a homemaker. Survivors include daughter, Eula Annice Hughes of Nacogdoches; son, Harold Edward Richardson of Smithville; sister, Mary Jordan of Center. Mangum Funeral Home.
|AVIE RUTH RHODES WILLIAMS
Avie Ruth Rhodes Williams, 73, of Timpson died September 28, 2005 in Timpson. Cremation was requested. Born January 3, 1932, in Timpson, she was the daughter of Elmer Rhodes and Erel Baker Laake. Mrs. Williams was a Dental Technician. Survivors include husband, Joe t. Williams of Timpson; son, Jot T. Williams, Jr. of Houston; daughters, Annette Ruth Parker of Pasadena, Jolene Ruth Williams of Houston and Arianna Ruth Williams of Timpson; sisters, Shelba Wallace of Timpson and Dorothy Spivey of Cushing. Taylor Funeral Home.
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