Funeral Announcements


Do not stand by my grave and weep
I am not there, I do not sleep
I am a thousand winds that blow
I am diamond glints upon the snow
I am the sunlight on ripened grain
I am the gentle autumn rain
When you awaken in the morning hush
I am the swift uplifting rush
Of quiet birds in circled flight
I am the soft stars that shine at night
Do not stand by my grave and cry
I am not there, I did not die.....

Mrs. Margaret Wood
Whitney, Texas, May 2, 1919

Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend
the funeral services of Mrs. Margaret Wood

Aged eighty-three years, three months and
twenty-six days who died at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. R.A. Jenkins at Huron, May 1, 1919.

Funeral services will be held at the cemetery
at Fort Graham at 3:30 p.m., May 2, 1919.
Conducted by Elder E. Pendleton. Interment
immediately after at Fort Graham cemetery.

Mrs. Ella Anglin Dies in Ft. Worth
From the Hillsboro Mirror,
Hillsboro Texas, March 7, 1958

Mrs. Ella Anglin, 88, died at 10:30 am Thursday
at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. Dessie L.
Toohey, 2717 Lubbock St., Ft. Worth.

Mrs. Anglin, a native of Bosque County, lived in
Whitney from 1908 to 1931 and in Hillsboro from
1931 until October of last year.

She was married to Campell Parker in 1888. He
died in 1904. Later, in 1909, she married M. V.
Anglin, who preceded her in death in 1927.

Mrs. Anglin taught school for a number of years
in Bosque County and in Whitney. She was a member
of the Central Christian Church.

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Toohey and
Mrs. Cora Craddock of Granbury; two grandchildren,
five great grandchildren and one great grandchild.

Funeral services will be conducted at 1 p.m.
Saturday from the Marshall and Marshall Chapel by
Rev. Thurman Morgan of Ft. Worth, Rev. Roy C.
Martin of the Central Christian Church and Rev.
Bruce Weaver of the First Methodist Church.

Burial will be in the Ridge Park Cemetery.

C. F. Wood
Funeral Notice

Friends and acquaintances are invited to attend
the funeral services of C. F. Wood.

Aged 74 years, 4 months and 18 days who died at
the home of his daughter, Mrs. M.V. Anglin at
1:20 a.m. February 18, 1922.

Funeral services will be held at 3:00 o'clock
this (Saturday) afternoon at the Christian Church
conducted by Rev. J. C. Foster, with interment at
Fort Graham cemetery at 4:00 o'clock under the
Auspices of the Odd Fellows Lodge.

Whitney, Texas, February 18, 1922

Services Friday for T. B. Craddock

Memorial Services for T. B. Craddock, who passed
away December 17, 1958, were held in the First
Methodist Church of Granbury on December 19 with
Rev. B. L. McCord, Rev. E. P. Swindall and Rev.
Homer Cox officiating. Mr. Craddock was a faithful
Christian and had been a member of the official Board
of the Church. He was employed as a railroad agent-
telegrapher for over forty years, retiring from active
service in 1947. During retirement years he was
always interested in civic affairs, serving on the
city council and giving his support to other good causes.

He is survived by his wife, two sons, 3 granddaughters,
3 grandsons, and one great grandson. T. P. and Martin
Craddock of Houston are the sons.

Two brothers, H. B. Craddock of Colorado and E. C.
Craddock of Slaton, Texas. Two sisters, Mrs. Lela Elrod
of Lawton, Oklahoma and Mrs. Beulah Hutto of Pauls Valley,
Oklahoma, also survive. Interment was in Park Ridge
Cemetery, Hillsboro, Texas, with Estes Funeral Home in charge.

Pall bearers were Clay Phillips, Sr., Milton Kennon,
Lynn Martin, Garland Williams, Buster Summers, Jack Caskey,
Rex Beach Cherry, Sam Knight and Clay Phillips, Jr. all of
Granbury. Hillsboro frinds and relatives assisted at
the graveside services.

M. V. Anglin
Funeral Notice

Friends and acquaintances of the Family Are Invited
to Attend the Funeral Services of M. V. Anglin.

Aged 83 Years, 4 Months and 6 Days

Funeral services will be held at the Missionary Baptist
Church, at 3:00 P.M., on Sunday, April 24, conducted by
Rev. W. E. Anderson, assisted by Rev. J. N. Wolfe.

Burial at DeGraffenried Cemetery, under the auspices
of Masonic Lodge.

Whitney, Texas, April 23, 1927