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Mrs. Edith Moye, Pt. Neches Visitor, Dies Unexpectedly

   " PORT NECHES, June 15--Mrs. Edith Moye, 29, of Segno, died Sunday night at midnight in Baptist hospital in Beaumont.  She became seriously ill after arriving in Port Neches Sunday to vist a sister, Mrs. J. D. Caldwell, of 1130 Marion street.
   "Mrs. Moye was a native of Honey Island and a member of the First Baptist church at Camp Ruby.
   "She is survived by her husband, T. H. Moye and a daughter, Judy Lynn, both of Segno; her father, W. B. Davis of Honey Island; six sisters, Mrs. J. D. Caldwell of Port Neches, Mrs. C. F. Roberts of Voth, Mrs. Billy Bailey and Mrs. Henry Burch, both of Livingston, Rose Davis and Imogene Davis, both of Honey Island and one brother, W. C. Davis of Liberty."
    "The body will be taken to Woodville, where it will lie in state in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stanley of Harmony road.   Graveside funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. and burial will be in Big Sandy cemetery at Woodville under the direction of Sheffield Funeral home."

Note:
Edith Moye b-Dec 24, 1924  d-June 16,1953 per Headstone

 Submitted by Tonnia Carr, June 2004

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