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BOLINGER

WILLIAM FRANCIS BOLINGER   |   FRANCIS HAROLD BOLINGER   |   BEULAH MARIE BOLINGER HART  l  BERNICE RUTH BOLINGER BRIDGES   

BERTHA MAE BOLINGER THOMPSON   l  LOUIE LEE BOLINGER  l  MARTHA A. MCCONNELL  l  SARAH MATTHEWS BOLANDER  l   NANCY BOLINGER

SHINKLE FAMILY

CHRISTIAN SHINKLE

MORTON FAMILY

GABRIELLA (MORTON) BOLINGER  l   HENRY CLIFFORD MORTON  l   JOHN BRADFORD MORTON   l   MISS GABRIELLA MORTON

WILLIAM R. MORTON   l   NANCY (THOMPSON) MORTON    ELIZABETH JAMES (BRADFORD) MORTON

BRADFORD FAMILY

JOHN BRADFORD   l   ELIZABETH (JAMES) BRADFORD   l   FIELDING BRADFORD   l   JOHN HITE MORTON

THOMPSON FAMILY

JOSEPH THOMPSON  l   MARY J. (MCFALL) CARROLL

HART FAMILY

BEULAH MARIE BOLINGER HART  l   SPENCER LEE HART

 

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WILLIAM FRANCIS BOLINGER
Born:  October 16, 1857 in Terre Haute, Vigo Co., Indiana
Died:  August 21, 1936 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas

PHOTOS

Unknown Newspaper
Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
August 22, 1936
    William F. BOLINGER, 78, of 1300 South Ewing Avenue, Dallas, died Friday morning at his home.  Funeral services were held Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at the Marsalis Park Baptist Church.  Rev.  E. G. BIRDSALL officiated.  Burial was in Oak Cliff Cemetery.
     He was survived by his widow, Mrs. Gabie BOLINGER; two sons, F. H. and W. H. BOLINGER; three daughters, Mrs. Beulah STIMPSON, Mrs. Bertha THOMPSON and Mrs. Bernice GRIFFIN; and one brother, L. M. BOLINGER.
Note:  This is an abstract of the original.

 

BEULAH MARIE BOLINGER HART
Born:  April 21, 1903 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Died:  May 18, 1985 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Unknown Newspaper
Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
HART
     Beulah M.  survived by daughter and son-in-law, Gladys and D.H. MATHIAS; grandchildren, Don and Gaye MATHIAS; Doris and Edwin BRUNNER; great grandchildren, Shelly and Eric MATHIAS, Nicole BRUNNER.  Graveside services, 1 p.m., Monday, Laurel Land Memorial Park, Rev. M.E. McGlamery, officiating.

LAURELLAND
S. Thornton at Laurel Land Rd.
371-1336



BERNICE RUTH BOLINGER BRIDGES
Born:  January 02, 1906 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Died:  May 27, 1969 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Dallas Times Herald
Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Wednesday, May 28, 1963
Mrs. Bernice BRIDGES
     Funeral services were held Wednesday at Dudley Hughes E. Jefferson Funeral Chapel for Mrs. Bernice BRIDGES, 63, of 1811 Wilbur.  Burial was in Laurel Land Memorial Park.
     Mrs. BRIDGES, a native of Dallas, died Tuesday.
     She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Oak Cliff.
     She is survived by her husband, Earl BRIDGES; a brother, Harley BOLINGER of Eastland; and two sisters, Mrs. Bertha THOMPSON and Mrs. Beulah HART, both of Dallas.
Note:  This is an abstract of the original.


FRANCIS HAROLD BOLINGER
Born:  May 10, 1908 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Died:  April 03, 1965 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Dallas Times Herald
Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Sunday, April 4, 1965
Pg A-19
Francis H. BOLINGER
     Funeral services for Francis Harold BOLINGER, 56, of 1443 Plowman, who died Saturday at a local hospital, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Dudley M. Hughes Funeral Home.
     Dr. Wesley Davis will officiate.  Burial will be in Laurel Land Memorial Park.
     Mr. BOLINGER was born in Dallas, and lived here all his life.  He worked for the Dallas Power & Light Company for approximately 40 years.  He was supervisor of office services at the time of his death.
     Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Myrl Bolinger of Dallas; two step-sons, Travis CRAWFORD of the U. S. Navy stationed in Spain, and Dan R. CRAWFORD of the U. S. Army at Fort Polk, La.; two step-daughters, Mrs. Joyce WILLIAMSON and Mrs. Clara Nell SMITH of Seattle, Washington; a brother, Harley BOLINGER of Olden, and three sisters, Mrs. Bernice BRIDGES, Mrs. Beulah HART and Mrs. Bertha THOMPSON, all of Dallas.
Note:  This is an abstract of the original.


BERTHA MAE BOLINGER THOMPSON
Born:  July 18, 1896 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Died:  March 02, 1974 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas

Dallas Morning News
Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
March 1974
     THOMPSON - Mrs. Bertha Mae. Survived by daughter Mrs. Evelyn Mae CROWSON; granddaughters Miss Susan Kay CROWSON, Mrs. Barbara Ann PEREZ; four great grandchildren; brother Harley BOLLINGER; sister Mrs. Beulah HART. Graveside services 3 p.m. Monday Laurel Land Cemetery, Rev. E. M. Rowland officiating. Pallbearers C.C. PHILLIPS, W.L. PHILLIPS, R.F. ARMSTRONG, L.D. CHESTER, J.I.CALHOUN, B.K. SCHRAMM.
Note:  This is an abstract of the original.




LOUIE LEE BOLINGER
Born: September 23, 1922 in Texas
Died:  November 5, 1997 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Dallas Morning News
Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
November 7, 1997
     Louie BOLINGER died November 5, 1997 in Dallas, Texas.  He was the retired owner of Knox St. Plumbing.  Survivors were his wife, Frances BOLINGER of Dallas; a brother, Tommy BOLINGER of Dallas; numerous nieces and nephews.  Graveside services at 10 a.m. Saturday at Hillcrest Memorial Park.with Dr. Sloan Gentry officiating.
Sparkman-Hillcrest Funeral Home, Northwest Highway, Dallas, Texas
214-363-5401
Note:  This is an abstract of the original.



MARTHA A. MCCONNELL
Born:  October 4, 1840 in Marion Co., Indiana
Died:  September 24, 1900 in Clay Twp, Hamilton Co., Indiana

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Unknown Newspaper
Hamilton Co., Indiana
September 1900
     Died at her residence in Clay township, Mrs. Martha A. BOLANDER, wife of John BOLANDER and daughter of Thomas and Polly A. MCCONNELL.  Mrs. BOLANDER was born October 4, 1840, and died September 24, 1900, aged 59 years, 11 months and 20 days.  She united in marriage to John H. BOLANDER, March 1, 1861.  To them where born three children, two boys and one girl, the girl having preceeded her to the better land.  Mrs. BOLANDER became a member of the M. E. Church about 25 years ago, and afterward a member of the United Bretheran Church and lived a consistent Christian until her death.  Her last illness was borne with patience.  She remarked within a few hours of her death, that her Lord would soon give her rest.
     Mrs. BOLANDER was a model wife, a loving sister, a kind neighbor, and steadfast friend, respected by all who knew her.  She leaves a husband, two sons and a host of friends to mourn her loss, but we feel our loss is her great gain.  The funeral was conducted by Rev. Pothemus of the M. E. Church.  Interment at Hedding's chapel September 25, 1900.
Note:  This obituary was submitted by Jim Pfaff(jim.pfaff@worldnet.att.net)


SARAH MATTHEWS BOLANDER
Born:  March 03, 1826 in Ripley Co., Indiana
Died:  September 02, 1887 in Grant Twp, Putnam Co., Missouri

22 Sep 1887

     Mrs. Sarah BOLANDER died at her home in Grant township on Saturday, September 2, 1887 of consumption.  Deceased was born in Ripley county, Indiana, March 3, 1826.  Emmigrated to Hancock county, Illinois in 1835 emigranting from the latter point to the territory of Iowa in 1838.  Married to Wm. H. BOLANDER in Van Buren County, Iowa November 18, 1841.  She embraced religion in 1844, living a consistent christian through life.  In 1858 she emigranted to Putnam county and have since resided here.  At the burial the services were conducted by Rev. MC FARLAND.  John MATHUS, of Lynn, Kansas, Isaac MATHUS, Schuyler Co., Mo., Enoch MATHUS, Republic county, Kansas and Mrs. Nancy SUTHERD, of LaPlata, MO., brothers and sisters of deceased attended the burial.  On her death-bed the deceased bid all her children, friends farewell and requested them to meet her in heaven.


MRS. NANCY BOLINGER
Born:  Unknown
Died:  October 11, 1907 in Brazil, Clay Co., Indiana

Terre Haute Star
Vigo Co., Indiana
Saturday, October 12, 1907
     BRAZIL, Ind. -- Mrs. Nancy BOLINGER, wife of Arthur BOLINGER, died Friday morning of dropsy, after an illness of several months.  The funeral will take place at the home of Mr. PAYNE at 8 o'clock Saturday morning, and the remains will be taken to the McCullough Cemetery in Putnam County for burial.
Note:  I received this, but do not have Arthur and Nancy Bolinger in my database.  If anyone recognizes these people, please let me know.  SHUDSPETH@prodigy.net



 BOLENDER-SHINKLE FAMILY

CHRISTIAN SHINKLE
Born:  September 25, 1790 in Berks Co., Pennsylvania
Died:  March 5, 1849 in DeWitt Co., Illinois
"Abstracts of Obituaries in the Western Christian Advocate 1834-1850"
Compiled by Margaret R. Waters, Dorothy Riker, and Doris Leistner
The Family History Section, Indiana Historical Society
Indianapolis, 1988
June 13, 1849
     SHINKLE, Christian; b 25 Sep 170, Berks co., PA; d 5 Mar 49, age 59 yrs., DeWitt Co., IL at son's house; mar. Issue:  chn. To OH in 1804 with father and family; funeral at son's house, in Sangamon Co., IL (former residence). [16-96; 13 Jun 49]


MORTON FAMILY

GABRIELLA (MORTON) BOLINGER
Born:  September 17, 1872 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Died:  June 01, 1963 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas

PHOTOS

Dallas Times Herald
Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Saturday, June 1, 1963
Pg. A-8
     Mrs. Gabriella BOLINGER, age 90, of 726 Winters, Dallas, Texas.  Survived by daughters, Mrs. Bertha THOMPSON, Mrs. Beulah HART, Mrs. Bernice BRIDGES, all of Dallas; sons, William Harley BOLINGER of Ranger, Texas, Harold BOLINGER of Dallas, Texas; five grandchildren; five great-grandchildren.  Arrangements pending
PREWITT FUNERAL HOME
1810 Denley Dr.   WH2-3248
Note:  This is an abstract of the original.



JOHN BRADFORD MORTON
Born:  January 28, 1831 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
Died:  January 4, 1898 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
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CIVIL WAR RECORD
CHART FOR WILLIAM RAGLAND MORTON AND HIS DESCENDANTS

Dallas Daily Times Herald
Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
January 9, 1898
Pg. 5, Col. 5.
     The following deaths are reported by the local undertakers for the week ending yesterday:

     John Morton, Jan. 4, Oak Cliff, 66 years old; cause not given.




GABRIELLA MORTON
Born:  1818 in Kentucky
Died:  July 2, 1904, Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky

Lexington Herald
Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
July 3, 1904
     MORTON.  Miss Gabriella MORTON, eighty-six years of age, died last night at 7 o'clock after a protracted illness.  The funeral will take place fro the residence of Mr. S. G. Swift, 201 Constitution street, tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock, Dean Baker P. Lee officiating.

 


HENRY CLIFFORD MORTON
Born:  06 Nov 1876 in Texas
Died:  15 Feb 1940 in Denver, Denver Co., Colorado

 

Denver Post
Denver, Denver Co., Colorado
2-18-40
Funeral Notice
"Henry C. MORTON of 928-18th Street. Father of Gladys MORTON. To Riverside."
(Source: Claire Edrich, ledrich@juno.com)

WILLIAM RAGLAND MORTON
Born: 13 Dec 1783  in Kentucky
Died:  30 Jan 1841 in Russellville, Logan Co., Kentucky

CHART FOR WILLIAM RAGLAND MORTON AND HIS DESCENDANTS


 
NANCY (THOMPSON) MORTON
Married:  15 Nov 1807 in Fayette Co., Kentucky
Died:  29 Jun 1820 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
(First wife of William R. MORTON)
 
Kentucky Reporter
July 5, 1820
    Mrs. MORTON, consort of William R. MORTON, of Lexington.  Died Thursday morning, June 29, 1820.

ELIZABETH JAMES (BRADFORD) MORTON
Born: Tennessee
Married:  06 Mar 1830 in Fayette Co., Kentucky
Died:  August 1, 1833 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
(Granddaughter of John Bradford, 1749-1830)
(Second wife of William Ragland MORTON (1783-1841) and my ancestor)

 

 

Lexington Observer and Reporter
Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
August 7, 1833
    Mrs. Eliza MORTON, wife of William R. MORTON, of Lexington, and daughter of the late John Bradford.  Died August 1, 1833.
(Source:  "Kentucky Obituaries 1787-1854", Compiled by G. Glenn Clift, 1977)

JOHN HITE MORTON
Born:  01 May 1784
Died:  15 Aug 1830 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky

(Son of William Ragland Morton 1783-1841)

Lexington Observer and Reporter
Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
August 18, 1830
    John H. MORTON. Died Sunday August 15, 1830. R 8/18.
(Source:  "Kentucky Obituaries 1787-1854", Compiled by G. Glenn Clift, 1977)

 


 

BRADFORD FAMILY

JOHN BRADFORD
Born:  1749 in Fauquier Co., Virginia
Died:  20 Mar 1830 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky

 

 

FUNERAL NOTICE
    Yourself and family are requested to attend the Funeral of JOHN BRADFORD. Esq. from his late residence at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Monday, March 22, 1830.
(Source:  Duffs Funeral Notices Scrap Book. Duff, James M., Lexington Public Library, Lexington, Kentucky.  1806-1887)

Kentucky Gazette
Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
April 2, 1830
     Died -- On the 19th inst. (21st March, 1830) at his family residence in Lexington the verable JOHN BRADFORD, one of the first settlers of Kentucky, aged 83 years.  From his 31st year to his death he might have been emphatically stiled the moral philosopher of the West.  He drank no spirituous liquors, ate but twice a day -- and that of the plainest diet.  He had a mind stored with useful knowledge, which he imparted with ease to the youths of the town who visited him.  As a mathematician in the prime of life, he was probably not surpassed by any man in the state.  In the early settlements of Kentucky he was extensively known as the Almanac maker.  He printed the first newspaper west of the Allegheny Mountains.  And, although not himself a printer by professions, and never having been in a Printing Office, he set the type and pressed off the sheets himseslf, for many months, without any assistance of instruction. 
     He commanded obedience in his family and among his servants, not by means of the rod but by moral reproof and instruction.  This was his motto in guiding his family, "If a child or servant commits a fault and acknowledged it -- Forgiveness.  If he denied it -- Correction."  Through the Kentucky Gazette, which he first established and continued to edit till within a few years of his death, he communicated to the public much of that moral and political intelligence of which he was possessed.  And our subscribers will recollect that, not more than two years ago, they were entertained by "Notes on Kentucky", compiled from authentic documents by this aged patriot.  We lived in his family two years and feel proud in bearing testimony that he was a faithful friend, a kind father, an affectionatehusband and a useful citizen.  About eight years since the operation of lithotomy was performed upon him, and a stone of uncommon size extracted.  He recovered and retained his mental faculties till his last illness.  He is gone and Kentucky mourns his loss. -- Olive Branch.
(Source:  "Kentucky Obituaries 1787-1854", Compiled by G. Glenn Clift, 1977)

Louisville Public Advertiser, published daily by S. Penn, Jr.
Louisville, Kentucky
Thursday, April 1, 1830
     "Lexington, March 26.
     "With the deepest feeling of sorrow and regret, we are called upon to announce the death of the venerable JOHN BRADFORD, Esq. Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Transylvania University, High Sheriff of this county, and the first Editor and Proprietor of the KENTUCKY GAZETTE. 
     "In recoring this regretted event we cannot refrain from occupying a few moments in relation to this virtuous and good man.  We have known him from infancy.  Reared up under his care, we were taught to venerate him -- to mark his precepts -- to follow his examples.  At the years of discretion, we looked upon him in really the light he stood in -- the father and the friend.  In him we knew the best qualities attributed to our nature.  In him were cherished and marked a love of country, a spirit of republicanism, a disposition of charity and kindneww, unsurpassed.  From the fire side relations of his old associates we learned his first engagements in this country.  During the revolutionary contest he volunteered his services in defence of his country, and at a subsequent period, marched with the brave Kentuckians beyond the waters of the Ohio, to attack the Indians at Chilicothe, which he aided in destroying.  June 1779, he migrated to Kentucky, when but a single Log Cabin marked this town -- this 'Athens of the West' -- This spot he then selected as the future scens of his labor; he livd to see it what it is, he lived to see the savage beasts and savage men driven from its suburbs; he lived to see its forest felled, and in its stead farms erected and occupied by wealth and affluence.  In fine, he lived to see, and aided in the erection of eleven states of this happy Union from a wilderness of which was one of the first inhabitants.  He lived -- and died --'the noblest work of God'.
    "In 1787, he commenced the publication of the Gazette, without a knowledge of the printing business, and without a sufficiency of materials.  With a mind and genius strong by nature only, he carved from the forest those letters necessary to inform and instruct the inhabitants of this then wilderness territory.  Without fortune, and but a limited education, the transactions of his life are evidences of his greatness of mind and character.  The many offices of trust he has filled evidences his honesty -- the many calls upon him from his fellow citizens as their representative in the Legislature, evidence his patriotism and consistency -- and we may add, that in every period, whether of war or of peace, public tranquility or popular commotion, he ever remained the same firm, undeviating and fearless democrat.  Upon the County Court Bench his decisions were correct, honest and legal.  As a magistrate his official performances admitted of no complaint.  As a man, no one can say aught against him.  Respected and beloved by all who knew him, his memory will be revered till Kentucky is forgotten, and his name will be taught to the lisping ones, who can call it a native state."
     "Notes on Obituary to JOHN BRADFORD in Louisville Public Advertiser, Apr. 1, 1830
     This obituary, headed "Lexington, March 26" apparently was reprinted from the Kentucky Gazette of that date,   tho the original issue is missing and checking is impossible.  The issues of the Gazette for March 1830 are 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th.  The Kentucky Reported appeared Mar. 3rd, 7th, 10th, 24th and 31st.  There is no indication the notice was taken from other journals, newspapers, etc., then published in Lexington.  George J. Trotter was publisher of the Kentucky Gazette in March 1830.  P. S. -- The obituary in Niles Weekly Register, Vol. 38, P. 174 quotes this notice."
 
(Source for transcription and Notes on Obituary Unknown)
(Composers of this obituary is unknown - obviously a son or daughter of John Bradford.)

The Commentator
Frankfort, Kentucky
March 30, 1830
Died.

 

     In Lexington, March 21, the venerable JOHN BRADFORD, Esq., aged 83 years, one of the first settlers of the State, and the editor and printer of the first newspaper printed in Kentucky, (the Gazette) which he continued to conduct, with occasional intervals of retirement, until a very few years ago. -- He was high sheriff of the county of Fayette at the time of his death.
(Source:  The comentator (Frankfort, Ky.) March 30, 1830, Vol. XIII, New Series, No. 215, P. 3, Col. 3)

ELIZABETH (JAMES) BRADFORD
Born:  1746 in Virginia
Died:  11 Oct 1833 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
FUNERAL NOTICE
    Yourself and Family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral of Mrs. ELIZABETH BRADFORD, relict of the late John BRADFORD, Esq. from the residence of her son, Daniel BRADFORD, on Mill-street, to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock. Saturday, October 12, 1833.
(Source:  Duffs Funeral Notices Scrap Book. Duff, James M., Lexington Public Library, Lexington, Kentucky.  1806-1887)

 
Lexington Observer and Reporter
Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
October 17, 1833
    Mrs. Elizabeth BRADFORD, relict of John Bradford, of Lexington.  Died Saturday morning October 12, 1833, age 87 years.
(Source:  "Kentucky Obituaries 1787-1854", Compiled by G. Glenn Clift, 1977)

FIELDING BRADFORD
Born:  Aft. 1789 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
Died:  July 1830 in Lawrenceburgh, Anderson Co., Kentucky

(Son of John Bradford 1749-1830)

Argus of Western America
Frankfort, Kentucky
Wednesday, July 21, 1830
No. 23, Vol 25
Page 3, Col 5

     "DIED - At Lawrenceburg, Ky about the 1st of this month, Fielding Bradford, Esq. of St. Francisville, La. and formerly of Lexington. Mr. Bradford was on his was from Louisiana to the Harrodsburg Springs, in bad health; he reached Lawrenceburg in the evening, and soon after became very ill, and expired about ten the same night."


Lexington Observer and Reporter
Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky
July 28, 1830
    Fielding BRADFORD, youngest son of John Bradford, decd., of Lexington.  Died at Lawrenceburgh, Ky., while on his way from his residence of Louisiana in Lexington.  Died in July, 1830.  R 7/28
(Source:  "Kentucky Obituaries 1787-1854", Compiled by G. Glenn Clift, 1977)


  BOLINGER-THOMPSON FAMILY

JOSEPH THOMPSON
    Born:  February 08, 1894 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Died:  January 1, 1955 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas

Dallas Times Herald
Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
January 2, 1955
     Funeral arrangements for Joe (Buddy) THOMPSON, 60, superintendent of the Grapette Bottling Co. in Dallas, were incomplete Saturday at Poole Fumeral Home, 437 W. Jefferson.
     Mr. THOMPSON died late Saturday morning at his home, 1315 Burlington, after suffering a heart attack.  He was a native of Dallas and had lived here all his life.  He was an Army veteran of World War I.  He had worked for Grapette Bottling Co. for 10 years.
     Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Mrs. John H. CROWSON; three sisters, Mrs. Esther FRANKEL Mrs. Mamie FOX and Mrs. Hattie ANDERSON; and two grand-daughters, all of Dallas.
Note:  This is an abstract of the original.

 
MARY J. (MCFALL) CARROLL
Born:  April 1844 in Bedford Co., Virginia
Died:  28 Jan 1930 in Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
Dallas Newspaper
Dallas, Dallas Co., Texas
January 29, 1930
    Resident of City for Fifty-Five Years to Be Buried Friday.
    Funeral services for Mrs. Mary CARROLL, 86 years old, who died at her home, 4809 Victor street, Wednesday will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the chapel of the Ed C. Smith & Bro. Mortuary.  Burial will be in Grove Hill Cemetery.  The Rev. Fred EASTHAM, pastor of the McKinney Avenue Baptist Church, will have charge of the services.
    Mrs. Carroll had been a resident of Dallas for fifty-five years.  Surviving are two sons, J. C. and J. D. CARROLL of Houston and Mrs. Ben BASINGER of Dallas.
(Mary J.(McFall) Carroll was the maternal grandmother of Joseph Thompson above.)

 

 




  BOLINGER-HART FAMILY

SPENCER LEE HART
Born:  November 1891 in Texas
Died:  August 04, 1947 in Denton Co., Texas
Denton Record-Chronicle
Thursday, August 7, 1947
SERVICES HELD FOR SPENCER LEE HART
     Funeral serices for Spencer Lee HART, 54, who died at his home in Aubrey Monday, were to be held today at 3 p.m. at the Baptist Church in Aubrey.
     Interment will be in the Belew cemetery.  The Shepard Funeral Home in Denton is in charge.  The service will be military.
     Survivors are a daughter and two sisters.
 

 

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