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Obituaries from The Southwestern Advocate 1939
Rev. S. W. Lowe, died on June 14, 1939, in Jacksonville, at the age of 79. He is survived by
three sons, Dan of Jacksonville, Ewart of Ft. Worth, and Sam of Dallas; one daughter, Miss Vida
Lowe of Jacksonville. The funeral was held at First Methodist Church of Jacksonville.
June 29, 1939
Richard David Powell was born November 16, 1871, near Columbus, Mississippi, and died on
April 11, 1939, at his home in Waco, Texas. His first wife was Miss Ethel Hanks (deceased), and
then he married Miss Florence O'Brien (deceased). After Florence's death, he moved in with his
mother. She was his only survivor.
Mrs. J. H. Fleming, (Ada Louise Evins), daughter of Dr. and Mrs. B.S. Evins was born in White
Plains on November 23, 1872, and died in Fentress on February 18, 1939, at the age of 66. She
married J. H. Fleming on January 12, 1899. They had six children, one who died in infancy. She
is preceded in death by three brothers and two sisters: T. M. Evins, and Charlie Evins of White
Plains, Alabama, and W. A. Evins of Luling Texas. She is survived by her husband, 5 children, 3
grandchildren, and 5 step-children. Children: T.E. Fleming of Houston; C.H. Fleming of
Morgan; Ralph Fleming of New Orleans, Louisiana; Mrs. Fred Williamson of Dallas; Step-
children; W.H. Fleming and H. F. Fleming of Fentress; Mrs. W. L. Goss of Belmont, Mrs. W. A.
Scrutchin and Miss Edna Fleming of Staples. She leaves four sisters and one brother, all from
Mrs. A. R. McMaster, nee Mary Luella Merrel, was born February 6, 1870, in Irene, Hill
County, Texas. She died on May 17, 1939. She married Albert Reed McMaster
September 18, 1889. They had nine children, 5 girls, and four boys: Mary Belle, Lakeview;
Albert Lee, Bellevue; Walter Jessie, Plaska; Alice Matilda, Plainview; William Earl (deceased
January 19, 1906); Effie Bertie, Lakeview; Carl Patterson, Tyrone, Oklahoma; Mattie Mae,
Lakeview; and Sibblie Evie, Seagraves. She is also survived by her husband.
Isom Lafayette Bostick was born in Alabama. He married Miss Elsie Amerson in 1899. They
moved to Hill County, Texas, in 1906. They had 5 children, 1 girl and 4 boys. Three children
preceded him in death. Survivors include his wife and two boys, Harold and James of Tuxedo,
TX. He died on May 23, 1939. He was buried in the community cemetery south of Tuxedo.
Mrs. E. W. Grogan, Sr., nee Margaret Frances Kerr, was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
Kerr born on December 20, 1867. On July 10, 1889, she married E. W. Grogan. On March 18,
1939, she died at her home in San Antonio, Texas. She was laid to rest in the San Jose Cemetery
of San Antonio. She is survived by her husband, 3 daughters, 5 sons, and 6 grandchildren.
Bryan McClendon died on May 16, 1938, at his home in Cisco. The funeral was held at Nienda
Church in Jones County on May 17, 1938. He was born in Stonewall County on March 15, 1899.
In 1926, he married Kathleen Dobbs, who preceded him in death. They left behind a small
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