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|Lloyd Lindley Rich and Marvin Carey Rich|
They are buried at Cross Plains Cemetery, Callahan County, Texas. The sons of Minnie DeBusk and Ernest Erskin Rich
Lloyd Lindley Rich son of Minnie DeBusk and Ernest Erskin Rich was born 29 Jan 1906 in Callahan County, Texas and died 01 Jun 1960 in Odessa, Ector County, Texas and is buried at Cross Plains Cemetery, Callahan County, Texas. He married Bennie Ruby Boyle daughter of Yoakum Cleve Boyle and Nellie Leona Jennings on 23 Feb 1923. Bennie Ruby Boyle was born 24 May 1907 in Coleman County, Texas and died 17 September 1978 in Odessa, Ector County, Texas and is buried at Odessa Cemetery, Ector County, Texas.
Children of Lloyd Lindley Rich and Bennie Ruby Boyle
Leta Vick Rich
Jan 1925 in Callahan County, Texas and died
20 Aug 1989 in
Odessa, Ector County, Texas. She married
Howard Paul Hicks
son of Homer P. Hicks and Lula Mae Walker 8
Dec 1945 in Ector County,
Texas and is buried at
Sunset Memorial Gardens, Odessa, Ector
County, Texas . Howard Paul Hicks was born
24 Nov 1908 in
Hunt County, Texas and died 25 Apr 1966 in Dallas, Dallas County,
Texas. She later married
Don Oliver Newbrough
son of Willaim Christopher Newbrough and Rebecca Catherine Putt on 06
Sep 1978. Don Oliver Newbrough was born 14 Jan 1931 in Flagg,
Castro County, Texas and died Oct. 19, 1985 in
County, Texas. They are all buried at
Odessa Cemetery, Ector
2 ---- Garland L. Rich born 16 May 1926 in Callahan County, Texas and died in the sinking of the USS Indianapolis.
The world's first operational atomic bomb was delivered by the Indianapolis, (CA-35) to the island of Tinian on 26 July 1945. The Indianapolis then reported to CINCPAC (Commander-In-Chief, Pacific) Headquarters at Guam for further orders. She was directed to join the battleship USS Idaho (BB-42) at Leyte Gulf in the Philippines to prepare for the invasion of Japan. The Indianapolis, unescorted, departed Guam on a course of 262 degrees making about 17 knots.
At 14 minutes past midnight, on 30 July 1945, midway between Guam and Leyte Gulf, she was hit by two torpedoes out of six fired by the I-58, a Japanese submarine. The first blew away the bow, the second struck near midship on the starboard side adjacent to a fuel tank and a powder magazine. The resulting explosion split the ship to the keel, knocking out all electric power. Within minutes she went down rapidly by the bow, rolling to starboard.
Of the 1,196 aboard, about 900 made it into the water in the twelve minutes before she sank. Few life rafts were released. Most survivors wore the standard kapok life jacket. Shark attacks began with sunrise of the first day and continued until the men were physically removed from the water, almost five days later.
3 ---- Girl Rich born January 1929 and died at birth
Marvin Carey Rich son of Minnie DeBusk and Ernest Erskin Rich was born 01 Oct 1910 in Coleman County, Texas and died 28 Nov 1993 and is buried at Cross Plains Cemetery, Callahan County, Texas. He married Mary Luciel "Lucille" Gilliam 14 Dec 1927 in Coleman County, Texas. Mary was born 29 May 1909 in Coleman County, Texas and died 26 Apr 1986 and is buried at Coleman Cemetery, Coleman County, Texas. He married three times, but do not know their names.
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