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1/22/2000 Added some Dickson Co. Tn and Tx obits.

(is this Ohio?)
JESUP -- Jessie Hartley Thomas, 85, died Nov. 14 at Wayne Memorial Hospital after an extended illness.
She was a native of Tattnall County and a former resident of Columbus. She lived in Wayne County the past eight years. She was the widow of Albert J. Thomas.
SURVIVORS: four daughters, Juanita Knopp, Susie Marie Fielder and Janice Ruth Strickland, all of Jesup, and Sarah M. Joyner of Odum; 17 grandchildren, several great-grandchildren, several nieces and nephews.
VISITATION: 6-9 p.m. today at Rinehart and Sons Funeral Home, Jesup.
GRAVESIDE SERVICE: 2 p.m. Tuesday in Park Hill Cemetery, Columbus.

Arizona
added 1/9/2000
James Garnett Fielder, 77, of Cloride, Ariz., formerly of Rural Retreat, died Friday, Jan. 15, 1999.
A graveside service was held Monday, Jan. 18, at 11 a.m. in the Cloride Cemetery.
He is survived by his wife, Lillian Byrd Fielder of the home; one son and daughter-in-law, Kenneth and Irene Fielder of Cloride, Ariz.; two grandchildren and a spouse, Amy and Leonard Borts, and Kelly Fielder; one great-granddaughter, Katie Borts; one brother, Frank Fielder of Concord, N.C.; and several stepgrandchildren.
In lieu of flowers the family suggests that those who prefer may make donations to the Asbury United Methodist Church Cemetery Fund in Cedar Springs in memory of James Fielder.
Sutton Funeral Home in Cloride, Ariz., was in charge of the arrangements.

Arkansas
added Dec. 27, 1999
Jonesboro Sun. Obituaries Archive for Saturday November 20, 1999
Crawford
Guy W. Crawford, 86, of Jonesboro, died Friday at Beverly Health and Rehabilitation Center in Jonesboro. He was born in Crenshaw, Miss. A member of North Main Street Baptist Church, he was a retired truck driver for M.E. Carter and had lived in Jonesboro most of his life.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Georgia Crawford of the home; two sons, Jerry Crawford of Birch Run, Mich., and Guy Alvin Crawford of Panama City Beach, Fla.; a daughter, Shirley Cook of Jonesboro; seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
Funeral services have been scheduled for 1 Sunday afternoon at Roller-Farmers Union Funeral Home, with Tommy Stacey officiating. Burial will follow in Jonesboro Memorial Park Cemetery.
Nephews will serve as pallbearers.
Visitation will be this afternoon from 5 to 8 this evening at the funeral home.

added 11/25/99
Saturday September 11, 1999
Mrs. Fielder
Mrs. Evelyn Marie Fielder, 75, of Sedgwick, died Friday at St. Bernard's Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro following a lengthy illness. She was a lifetime resident of Sedgwick, where she was the owner and operator of Evelyn's Beauty Shop. She was a member of the Methodist Church of Sedgwick.
Survivors include her husband, J.S. Fielder of the home; one son, Lanny Fielder of Walnut Ridge; and two brothers, Jack Berry of Sedgwick and Forrest Berry of Molalla, Ore. She was preceded in death by two brothers and one sister.
Funeral services will be Monday afternoon at 2 at Bryan Funeral Home of Hoxie, with Rev. Michael Smith and Thomy Green officiating. Burial will be in the Old Military Cemetery at Sedgwick.
Visitation will be Sunday evening from 6 until 8 at the funeral home.
Sunday September 12, 1999
Mrs. Fielder
Funeral services for Mrs. Evelyn Marie Fielder, 75, of Sedgwick, who died Friday at St. Bernard's Regional Medical Center in Jonesboro, will be Monday afternoon at 2 at Bryan Funeral Home chapel in Hoxie, with Rev. Michael Smith and Thomy Green officiating. Burial will be in the Old Military Cemetery at Sedgwick.
Visitation will be from 6 to 8 this evening at the funeral home.
The family has asked that persons wishing to leave lasting memorials in lieu of flowers consider the Sedgwick United Methodist Church or the Old Military Cemetery fund.

updated 11/18/99 Mrs. Viva J. Lieblong
Mrs. Viva J. Lieblong, 69, of Greenbrier died Monday (Dec. 28, 1998) at her home.
Born Nov. 23, 1929, in Faulkner County, a daughter of Ted and Sylvia Heffington Fielder, she was a retired factory worker for Rock-Tenn Co. and attended Bethlehem Baptist Church in Greenbrier. She was the widow of Sam D. Lieblong.
There are no immediate survivors.
Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at Bethlehem Baptist Church in Greenbrier with the Rev. Freddie Mark Wilcox officiating. Burial will be in Thorn Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Shawn Hammontree, Zach Mack, James Moran, Gene Love, Bill Love and Terry Reynolds.
Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m. today at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home.
Memorials may be made to Bethlehem Baptist Church in Greenbrier
Conway, Ark
Mrs. Ada Ann Clendenin, 89, of North Little Rock, formerly of Guy, died Tuesday (Sept. 14, 1999) at her home.
Born Sept. 20, 1909, in Guy, a daughter of the late Alford H. and Nora DeJarnatt Bivens, she was a homemaker and a member of Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Thurman F. Clendenin; two sisters, Maxine Sims and Eva Lou Fielder; and three brothers, Herman, Howard and Jarrell Bivens.
Survivors are a son, Fred Clendenin of Quitman; a daughter, Janelle Oliger of North Little Rock; two brothers, J. D. Bivens of Mayflower and Bentley Bivens of Wynne (Cross County); a sister, Nina Carter of North Little Rock; three grandchildren; three stepgrandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Friday at Mount Olive Baptist Church in Guy with the Revs. Paul Boliou and Coyce Couch officiating. Burial will be in Copperas Springs Cemetery by Roller-McNutt Funeral Home.
Pallbearers will be Travis Sims, Harold Clendenin, Johnny Clendenin, Charles Carter, Gary Bivens and Hassell Bivens.
Tuesday, September 21, 1999 Conway, Ark.
John L. Love, 88, of Conway died Monday (Sept. 20, 1999) at Heritage Living Center.
Born March 10, 1911, in Springhill, a son of the late John David and Sarah Parks Love, he was retired from the Missouri Pacific Railroad and a member of Landmark Missionary Baptist Church in North Little Rock.
He was preceded in death by two wives, Virgie Fielder Love and Dorothy Brannon Love, and an infant son, John Wayne Love.
Survivors are two sons, Leonard Gene Love of North Little Rock and Billy M. Love of Greenbrier; a daughter, Linda Hammontree of Greenbrier; two brothers, O.J. Love of Springhill and J. D. Love of Phoenix; a sister, Olean Morris of Phoenix; six grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home with the Rev. O.R. Baldwin officiating. Burial will be in Springhill Cemetery.
Pallbearers will be Michael Love, Chris Love, Mark Love, Shawn Hammontree, Ben Foster, Mike Cavin, Terry Reynolds and John Shores.
Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.
Mrs. Daisy C. Fielder, 100, of Conway, dies.
Mrs. Daisy C. Fielder, 100, of Conway died Tuesday (Aug. 31, 1999) at Heritage Living Center.
Born Dec. 14, 1898, at Bono, daughter of the late Joseph Nelson and Mary Jane Phillips Clouette, she was a homemaker and a member of Mount Olive Baptist Church in Guy.
She was preceded in death by her husband, John W. Fielder; a daughter, Corine Edwards; and a great-grandson.
Survivors are a son, John Nelson Fielder of Greenbrier; a daughter, Johnnie Orinne Winter of Conway; five grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild.
Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Friday at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home. Burial will be in Copperas Springs Cemetery at Guy.
Visitation is 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.
Conway, Arkansas Thursday, September 2, 1999
Daisy C. Fielder a lifelong resident of Faulkner County, who died Tuesday at age 100, left a lot of impressions on her granddaughter, Wanda Holland, but one stands out above the rest.
As a child, Mrs. Holland spent every Friday with her grandparents, and she looked forward to visiting with her grandmother, who her grandfather always referred to as "Mrs. Fielder." This particular Friday, however, a terrible storm was brewing, and she was afraid to go out to the family farm with her grandparents. After her grandmother assured her it would be all right, she allowed herself to be persuaded.
A terrible thunderstorm complete with a tornado and hail appeared a short time later. Through the terror of the night, over the pounding hail that broke the small cellar window, she remembers her grandmother's arms around her and the prayers she whispered into her hair, the sound small and weak next to the howling of the wind, yet still comforting.
And she remembers how the storm eventually broke, just like her grandmother said it would.
"She had the most wonderful outlook on life. Things just didn't get her down," she said.
Born in 1898, Mrs. Fielder saw her share of storms as she matured along with the century. During World War II, her family remembers, she vowed to make biscuits everyday as soon as flour was available again. She kept that vow until a stroke sent her to a nursing home at age 88.
According to her granddaughter, the inventions of the 20th century were often frightening to this woman, who never dialed a telephone and did not trust a washing machine to get her family's clothes as clean as she could with a washboard and her hands.
Those hands served her well for most of her life, Mrs. Holland said, whether she was farming cotton and corn on the family farm or clapping them with child-like joy at a winter's first snow.
Eric Glover, her grandson, remembers Mrs. Fielder's uncanny knack for remembering the spelling of words and other people's birthdays.
"She could give you a birthday for every single day of the year," he said.
But above that, he said, he remembers how his grandmother, a lifelong church goer, never left anyone wanting when it came to love.
"She hugged when you got there, hugged you when you left and fed you in between," he said.
Mrs. Fielder is also survived by a son, John N. Fielder; a daughter, Orinne Winter; three other grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and one great-great grandson.
Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Friday at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home. Burial will be in Copperas Springs Cemetery at Guy. Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m. today at the funeral home.

California
Daily Bulletin, San Bernadino Co. CA.
Neva Fielder (Neva was m to Richard Fielder, grandson of John L. Fielder)
Published Thursday, March 4, 1999
CLAREMONT -- Neva B. Fielder, 84, of Claremont died March 3, 1999, at Plott Nursing Home, Ontario.
She was born Oct. 1, 1914, in Whitesboro, Texas, and had lived in Ontario 42 years.
Mrs. Fielder is survived by three daughters, Neva L. Henslee of Lake Havasu City, Ariz., Carol A. Butler of Lewisville, Texas, and Sue Pusateri of Claremont; two brothers, Clyde Farr of Gainsville, Texas, and C.T. Farr of Honey Grove, Texas; five grandsons; and nine great-grandchildren.
Friends may call from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Friday at Draper Mortuary, Ontario.
Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Friday in Bellevue Memorial Park, Ontario.
Draper Mortuary is in charge of arrangements.

Florida
Lucy Nevcherlian
EDGEWATER - Lucy Nevcherlian, 59, of Willow Oak Drive, a resident since 1972, died Thursday at home.
Mrs. Nevcherlian, a homemaker, was born in Providence, R.I., and moved to this area from her birthplace. She was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, New Smyrna Beach.
Survivors include her husband, Jacob; five sons, Jacob III and Shane, both of Edgewater, Mark Fielder, Providence, Billy Fielder, Texas, and Robert Fielder, Los Angeles; two daughters, Elizabeth Nevcherlian, Edgewater, and Debbie DiSano, Providence; two sisters, Lilly Muhull, Providence, and Ann LeNardo, St. Petersburg; and six grandchildren. Settle-Wilder, New Smyrna Beach, is in charge.
Georgia
Augusta Chronicle (Georgia), Obituaries, 1998-1999
Headline: MR. WILLIS GAY RETIRED FARMER AND CARPENTER
Publication Date: April 17, 1999 The Augusta Chronicle
Mr. Willis A. Gay, 82, of 3521 Jessie James Pond Road, died Thursday, April 15, 1999, at Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
The funeral will be at 3 p.m. Sunday at James & Lowe Funeral Home with the Revs. Paul Moore and Michael L. Davenport officiating.
Burial will be in Woodland Baptist Church Cemetery, Matthews.
Mr. Gay, a native of Jefferson, had retired as a farmer and carpenter. He was an Army veteran of World War II and was an anti- aircraft artillery gun crewman. He was awarded the World War II Victory Medal, American Theater Ribbon, EAMET Service Medal and Good Conduct Medal. He was a Baptist.
Survivors include a son, Ricky Willis Gay, Wrens; two brothers, Judson Gay, Augusta, and William Cave, Connecticut; and six sisters, Myra Wheeler, Keysville, Macy Maddox, Atlanta, Emma Jane Massa, Baxter, Tenn., Anna Marie Holley, Martinez, Ruby Fielder, Sherman, Texas, and Margie Blackmon, Trenton, S.C.
Pallbearers will be Max Arrington, Mark James, C.W. Welch, David Welch, Victory Arrington and Grayland Poole.


Kentucky
Surnames: ROBINSON, JACKSON, FIELDER
From Louisville, KY "The Courier-Journal" daily newspaper, Thursday, January 28, 1999:
ISAAC ROBINSON, 80, died Tuesday at his daughter's home.He was a native of Lanett, Ala.; a retired construction worker; and a Baptist. Survivors: daughters Connie and Diane ROBINSON and Louvennia JACKSON; a sister, Itella FIELDER; a brother, Edward FIELDER; eight grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral: 11 a.m. Saturday, R. G. May & Son, 719 E. Chestnut St. Burial: Louisville Cemetery. Visitation: 7-9 p.m. Friday.
Estill Co. Ky.
Tracy Witt, 79, husband of Anna Fielder Witt, died May 3, 1996. The son of the late Oscar and nannie Johnson Witt. Survivors other than his wife include one daughter, Nancy J. Abner, two brothers, Russell Witt and Alonzo Witt, one sister Frances Blakemore, two grandchildren, Tracie Lynn Huesman (Andrew) and Lisa Ann Abner (Jeff Norfleet). Burial at Sand Hill Cemetery.
Letha Cunningham Rossell Hockensmith - Formerly of Frankfort, KY Retired from Union Underwear Died: Monday in Paducah - McCracken County, KY Age: 94 Parents: John and Avy Hockensmith (deceased) Husband: Hugh Rossell and Gobel Hockensmith, (deceased) Son: Hugh Rossell, Jr. (deceased) Step-daughters: Mrs. James (Eunice) Bowman, Frankfort, KY; Mrs. Leona Fielder, Frankfort, KY Step-son: Cecil Hockensmith, Frankfort, KY Burial: Frankfort Cemetery - Frankfort, KY (Source: The State Journal - June 26, 1990)
The news that J.H. BROOKSHIRE had killed himself by hanging in his barn at Valley View Sunday, came as a great shock to his many friends and relatives here. He was a native of Clark county, and married a daughter of Capt. Ellis BAXTER, who was killed by a train in this city a year or so ago. One of his sons was drowned in the Kentucky river and last year his second son was killed by the Q. & C. train in Lexington, which he has brooded over ever since and which caused him to do as he did. He had also suffered of late from a rising in his head, but to his friends seemed perfectly at himself. He leaves his wife and three daughters, the wives of A. FIELDER and R.G. WHARTON, of this city, and Ernest NORTHCOTT of Helena, Ark. His remains were brought here and after services in the Central Baptist church at 2:30 conducted by Elders Thos. Watts and J.W. Harding, were buried in the Winchester Cemetery. the pallbearers were James GRIGGS, H.H. WATTS, D.H. WATTS, W.J. WATTS, and B. BURGESS. the honorary pall-bearers were Chas. LAND, Dr. Robert DOUGHERTY, Dr. J.B. MILLION, Jos. SMITH, Dr. J.B. EADES, Eugene LAND, M.F. WHARTON, A.B. HOWARD. Frank BOGIE, and W.B. BOWMAN. Source: Clark County (KY) Republican, May 19, 1916, Page 2.
Robert HARRIS died of stomach trouble of long standing at his home on Jackson street in this city at the age of 61 years. Mr. Harris was a native of this county, being the son of Leeland and Nancy HARRIS, and a brother of William HARRIS, who died here suddenly a short time ago. The funeral was held Thursday at 10 a.m.; services by Dr. C.C. Carroll and burial in the Winchester Cemetery. He is survived by his wife formerly Miss lida LAWRENCE, two daughters, mesdames Jesse MCKEE of Fayette, and Charles FIELDER, of Clark, and two sisters, Mesdames John H. STANDIFERD, of Indianapolis, and William SNOWDEN of this county. Source: Clark County (KY) Republican, May 19, 1916, Page 1.
Gladys Fielder Blevins Born: Woodford Co KY Died: 26 Nov 1995 Fayette Co KY Age: 77 years Parents: the late Frank and Mary Seaton Fielder She was a member of the Mortonsville Methodist Church. Survivors are a daughter, Shirley Blevins Jones, Versailles; a son, Carlos E. Blevins, Versailles; four sisters, Clara Rice, Mrs. Harcourt (Ethel) Hamon, and Mrs. Otis (Elsie) Purvis, all of Frankfort, and Mrs. Jack (Lillie) Clark, Lawrenceburg; 2 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren. Burial in Sunset Memorial Gardens, Woodford County, Ky.
[Source: unknown Central KY newspaper]
Michigan
George H. Fielder was born in Madison, Lenawee Co., MI, July 19th,1878. He was the son of Wm.and Emma Fielder. When a small child they moved to Manchester, Washtenaw Co.,MI. He lived there until his death Feb.10,1927 at the home of his brother Leroy. Never very rugged, his health has been poor for some time and T.B. claimed him. The number of friends who attended his funeral testified to the respect in which he was held. He leaves a mother, five sisters, and five brothers. One brother Frank who lives in California was the only one absent from the services held. Burial was at Reynolds Corners Cemetery Saturday Feb.19. Rev.Peter Schuerer of Manchester officiated.

Mississippi
MRS. FIELDER
Surnames: FIELDER
NEWTON WEEKLY LEDGER Newton, MS 5 December 1872
Died in Newton, Miss., the first, Mrs. Fielder, wife of Dr. F. L. Fielder, aged about forty-five years.
Ben William SMITH, 57, of Rt. 4 Holly Springs, Marshall County employee, died Sunday, December 13, 1981, in his home of an apparent heart attack. Services were held at 1 pm Tuesday at Reynolds Grafton Funeral home and burial was in Mt. Moriah Cemetery in Laws Hill with William Irwin officiating. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Opal V. SMITH; two daughters, Mrs. Elaine HOWARD and Mrs. Judy McCLUSKY, both of Holly Springs; two sons, B. William SMITH Jr. and Clay SMITH, both of Memphis; mother, Mrs. Cora SMITH of Holly Springs; three sisters, Mrs. Flora BAIN of Holly Springs, Mrs. Nettie DUNAWAY of Memphis, and Mrs. Mary FIELDER of Augusta, GA; and three brothers, Johnny SMITH of Holly Springs, and B. P. SMITH and Floyd SMITH, both of Memphis and five grandchildren. Pallbearers were Bobby SIGMAN, Bubba BYRD, Vernon WILSON, Billy DUNAWAY, James WILSON and Jesse FESMIRE. He was a World War II veteran.
Nebraska
Twila F. Fielder
Tuesday, Jan. 12, 1999
Former Hastings resident Twila F. Fielder, 79, died Tuesday, Jan. 12, 1999, at the Nebraska Veterans Home in Grand Island.
Services are pending with Butler-Volland Funeral in Hastings.

Oklahoma
Fielder Services Are Held Tuesday
Mrs. Delie Lavina Fielder, 81, died at Ardmore sunday after being in ill health for the past seven years. Rites were held at Watts Memorial chapel, Tuesday, conducted by Wilbur White, pastor of the Church of Christ, of which she had been a member since 1912. Burial was at Madill-Oakland Cemetery She is survived by 118 persons, including nine children, Mrs. Rush McAdoo, Denison; Mrs. Ray Kiser, Ardmore; Mrs Lon Graves, Mrs. Harrison Blundell, and Mrs. Ray Mcintier, Madill; Mrs. Hattie Wycaugh, Arvin, Calif.; Mrs Olive Forbes, Denver; James Fielder, Arvin, Calif; and John Green, Madill. Also one sister, Mrs. Martha Tackett, 59 grandchildren, 46 great-grandchildren..and three great-great-grandchildren.
Funeral Held Sunday for James J. Fielder (James G. Fielder) June 15, 1933
James J. Fielder of the Cliff community died at 11;30 Saturday. Funeral services were held Sunday afternooon at the Cumberland cemetery, followed by burial there.

Oregon
Sprague River, Oregon
Diana Lee Fielder Brady Birth : 17 Nov 1952 Madill, Marshall County, Oklahoma
My baby sister, Diana, died in the late part of 1998 in a house fire in Sprague River, Oregon.
Rest in Peace, Diana...We miss you.

Pennsylvania.
Clara Fielder, 81, formerly of E-town
Publication Date: March 10, 1997 Intelligencer Journal Lancaster, PA
Clara Rose Fielder, 81, formerly of Elizabethtown, died Sunday morning at the Heatherbank Nursing Center in Columbia, where she was a resident. She had been under the care of a physician.
She retired in 1980 as an administrative assistant with the May Co. in Washington, D.C., after more than 25 years.
She was of the Lutheran faith and enjoyed bus trips with the Elizabethtown Senior Citizens.
Born in Washington, D.C., she was a daughter of the late William O. and Emma Nordoff Sherzey.
She was the wife of Joseph J. Fielder, who died in 1963.
Surviving are two daughters, Jean C. and Joan A. Fielder, both of Alturas, Fla.; two sons, Joseph J. of Darien, Ill., and Edward J. of Elizabethtown; nine grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and a sister, Edna Noll of Toano, Va. A son, William O. Fielder, preceded her in death.

March 06, 1992 Intelligencer Journal Lancaster, PA
Martha E. "Betty" Delp, 70, of Nottingham, died Thursday at Southern Chester County Medical Center after an illness of two days.
She was the wife of the late Graham Jordan Delp Sr., who died Feb. 29.
Born in Aberdeen, Md., she was a daughter of the late George Edward Wright Jr. and Grace Evans Holland Wright.
Delp had lived in the Oxford area for the past 45 years and was a member of Grace Episcopal Church, Deer Creek Parish, Darlington, Md.
She was a graduate of Aberdeen High School and attended Drexel University.
Delp was employed during World War II at Aberdeen Proving Grounds Post Office and PX. She volunteered as a U.S.O. hostess during World War II.
She was a past president of the Episcopal Church Women of St.
Christopher's Church, Oxford, and was in charge of St. Christopher's Church Altar Guild for 10 years.
She was a past member of the Oxford Farm Women.
Surviving are three sons, David C. Sr., Graham J. Jr. and J.
Charles Delp, all of Oxford; a daughter, Martha, wife of Louis M.
Parisan Jr., Oxford; 13 grandchildren; and two sisters,
Ann Wright Fielder of Churchville, Md., and Jule Wright Bureau of Hanover.

Tennessee
Dickson County Tn
Fielder, Mrs. Hester Vineyard, died 4 Sept. 1925, ended her life by slashing her throat with a razor; age 45; buried beside her husand in Fielder Demetery on Piney; daughter of Morgan Vineyarad and sister of Tim Vineyard, toth of whom committed suicide. (Hickman County paper)
Fielder, David A. 77, died Friday near Dickson; son of Silas and Adeline Martin Fielder; buried Dunlap Cemetery at Shady Grove.  (Maury Democrat)
Fielder, Mrs. Emma Ethel Haley, 82, died 11 Jun 1967; buried in Fielder Cemetery; native of Hickman County; daughter of John and Mary Phillips Haley; wife of Stephen Fielder who died 15 years ago.
Fielder Mrs. Ester Jane Work, 78, died 12 Mar 1936; wife of Nathan A. Fielder husband and four children survive; Fielder Cemetery (3-20-1836
Fielder, Ira Carson, Sr. 80 died 28 Jan 1967, in Madison Heights, Michigan, buried Fielder Cemetery; native of Dickson County; son of Nathan and Ester Fielder; lived in Michigan since 1949; married Peael Martin.
J. W. Fielder, 72, died Monday; born 17 Dec 1863; son of Stephen Fielder and his wife Elizabeth Springer of Piney; 24 years register of Dickson County. body ravaged by rheumatism; married Lou Few, who died before him; four children survive; buried Roberts Cemetery. (10-25-1935)
Fielder, James Marshall, born 26 Sept 1851, died 14 May 1937, married 28 Jun 1870 to Lu Ida Smith, who died 6 years ago; Fielder Cemetery (5-28-1937)
Fielder, Mrs. Luida Davidella, born 26 Mar 1852, died 20 Mar 1931, age 78, married 28 Jul 1870 to J. M. Fielder, had 12 children; buried Fielder Cemetery. (3-27-1931) Daughter of Cord Vineyard, wife of Marsh Fielder, (3-27-1931, a second obit.)
Fielder, Martha Ann Few, born 18 Feb 1871, died 10 May 1932; Married 11 May ? to Robert
C. Fielder; parents of six children; Fielder Cemetery.
Fielder, Samuel Wilson, 86, buried Saturday at Dickson Union; son of Silas and Adeline Martin
Fielder; brother of Tom of Dickson. (Hickman paper of 3-15-1956)
Fielder, Mrs. Milas, 52, died 19 Sept 1933; husband and 8 children survive. (9-22-1933)
Fielder, Mrs. Eulah Etta, wife of Dan M. Fielder, died Saturday in Nashville of accidental poisoning; native of Dickson County, daughter of J. T. Freeman of Garner's Creek; husband and three children survive. (1-16-1931)
Fielder, Mrs. Nanny Frankie, 90. died 14 Jan 1968, native of Roane County, daughter of Henry and Lottie Craft Thompson; married S. M. Fielder, who died 19 years before.

Texas
Lucia Hermosillo, Hospital employee FORT WORTH - Lucia Hermosillo, a retired hospital housekeeping employee, died Saturday at a Dayton nursing home. She was 85. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Mineral Wells, where she was a member. Burial will be in Memory Gardens Memorial Park in Parker County. Rosary will be at 7 tonight at Harveson & Cole Funeral Home. Mrs. Hermosillo was born in Weatherford and had lived in Fort Worth for six years. She recently moved to Dayton in Southeast Texas. She was the widow of Juan Hermosillo, who died in 1983. Survivors: Two sons, Manuel Hermosillo of Knoxville, Tenn., and Pancho Hermosillo of Fort Worth; three daughters, Clara Cartwright of Katy, and Martha Ruiz and Tammy Fielder, both of Atasocita; sister, Adella Ortiz of Oakland, Calif.; 22 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.
W.L. Fielder Navy chief petty officer STEPHENVILLE, TEXAS- W.L. "Bill" Fielder of Stephenville and Mingus, a retired Navy chief petty officer, died Wednesday at a Dallas hospital after an illness. He was 52. Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Stephenville Funeral Home. Military graveside service will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday in Laurel Land Memorial Park in Fort Worth. Mr. Fielder was born in Fort Worth and had lived in both Stephenville and Mingus since 1984. He was a chief master of arms and had served four tours in Vietnam. He retired in 1984 after 25 years of service. He was a member of University Church of Christ in Fort Worth. Survivors: Four sons, William P. Fielder of Lovelady, Mark S. Fielder of Edgewater, Fla., Robert D. Fielder of Los Angeles and William R. Krotchic of the Philippines; two daughters, Debra Di Sano of Warwick, R.I., and Shirley R. Krotchic of the Philippines; mother, Ollie May Fielder of Stephenville; brother, E.B. Fielder of Wichita Falls; and two grandchildren.
August 16, 1991 The Fort Worth Star-Telegram Dallas-Ft. Worth Metro, Texas
Mrs. Combs
Funeral will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Countyline Baptist Church in Pilot Point, where she was a member. Burial will be in Pilot Point Memorial Cemetery. Peoples Funeral Home in Denton is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Combs was born in Pilot Point. Survivors: Five daughters, Lucille Bruce of Dallas, Ollie Smith and Lillie Patterson, both of Amarillo, Dollie Fielder of Los Angeles, and Shirlene Scott of Pilot Point; sister, Shirley Bennett of Dallas; 26 grandchildren; 60 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren. Ruby Conner, Homemaker
added Nov. 18, 1999 July 02, 1991
The Fort Worth Star-Telegram Dallas-Ft. Worth Metro, Texas
Funeral will be at 4 p.m. today at Vernie Keel Funeral Home in Gainesville. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery in Gainesville.Mr. Allen was born in the Marysville community of Cooke County.He was retired from the construction business.Mr. Allen was an Army veteran of World War II and a recipient of the Purple Heart who served in the Pacific. He was a Baptist.Survivors: Son, Charles Allen of Port Isabel; two daughters, Barbara Roe of Port Isabel and Donna Quaisi of Fort Worth; two brothers, O.D. "Lefty" Harlow of Callisburg and Charlie Harlow of Alvin; four sisters, Retha Lane of Oklahoma City, Faye Barefield of Alvin, Rosa Lee Smith of Gainesville and Ruby Fielder of Gordonville; eight grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.
added Nov. 1999 Mrs. Ina Fielder
Whitesboro, Texas (died April 1, 1977)
Services ofr Mrs. Ina Fielder of Whitesboro, 80, housewife who died Friday at a Gainesville hospital, will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Richards Funeral Home conducted by Otis Profitt of the Whitesboro Church of Christ and the Rev. Leroy Martin of Gainesville.
Burial will be at the Whitesboro cemetery.
Mrs. Fielder was born in Fannin County, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. Riddle. She was married to the late Fred Fielder.
Surviving are sons; Alfred Fielder of Gainesville and Mann Fielder of Whitesboro; daughters, Mrs. Winnie Ruth Jones of Wichita, Kan, Mrs. Jewel Christine Huff of Vernon; brothers, H. L. Riddle of Fort Worth, Guy Riddle of Whitesboro and a sister Mrs. Faymon Day of Whitesboro.
Also surviving are eight grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild.
Whitesboro News Record
Fred Fielder (date of birth:Aug 5, 1893 Date of Death: Jan 17, 1956)
Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2:30 p. m. at the Church of the Nazarene Whitesboro, for Fred Fielder, 62, a retired farmer woy died Tues. in his home in Whitesboro.
Rev. W. E. Bond, pastor officiated. Burial was in Whitesboro Cemetery, directed by Richards-Beck Funeral Home.
Mr. Fielder was a native of Clarksville, a son of the late Mr. and Mrs Jack Fielder.
Survivors are his wife; two sons, W. M. Fielder and Alfred Fielder of Whitesboro; two daughters. Mrs. Hugh E. Jones of Wichita Falls and Mrs. Clarence Huff of Dallas; a brother, Max Fielder of Gainesville and 8 grandchildren.

Mrs. Ruth Fielder, 39 of Zephryville, Florida, died there Jan 20, 1970. She was the daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Mac C. Fielder of Gainesville (Texas) formerly of Whitesboro.
Services were held Thursday Jan 23 in Zephryville. Her husband, Allan Ray Fielder died Jun 4, 1969.
Survivors are daughter, Mrs. Susan Ball and two sons, Allen Ray Jr. and Ronnie Fielder all of Zephryville.
NOTE: Mac C. Filder is the blood father of the late Leon Huff, who was born Leon Fielder to Mac and Hazel Clark Fielder. He was adopted (Leon) by Lee Huff.

Gainesville Register
Allen Ray Fielder, 39 of Zephyrhills, Fla., a native of Whitesboro died early Wednesday morning, June 4, in Bay Pines Veterans Hispital in St. Petersbury, Fla.
Fielder was born Jan , 1930 in Whitesboro and was retired after serving 20 years in the Air Force. He was a bombardier and saw duty in almost every foreign country.
Following his retirement he was graduated from barber school and had worked at that occupation for a time in Zephyrhills.
Survivors include his wife, Ruby; one daughter, Susan Diane; 2 sons, Allen Ray, Jr. and Ronald Eugene, all of the home; his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mac C. Fielder of Gainesville; 3 sisters, Mmes Wanda Sikes of Whitesboro, Ruth Brinkley and Janette Shotwell of Gainesville; three brothers; Clifford and Richard Fielder of Gainesville and James Fielder of Fort Worth. (date of death: June 4, 1969)
Whitesboro News Record
Mrs. Mac C. Fielder (date of death: Mar 7, 1929)
Funeral services for Mrs. Mac C. Fielder. 20 who died in a Sherman hospital Wednesday morning were held Thursday afternoon at the Church of the Nazarene. Rev. O. M. Fraley of Sadler conducted the services. Interment was in Oakwood Cemetery, Whitesboro.
Mrs. Fielder was born Dec. 13, 1908 near Cumby, Texas. She had lived here the past 10 years. She was married to Mac C. Fielder Dec. 25, 1927. She was a member of the Methodist Church and was the former Miss Betty Mae Duncan.
Besides her husband, she is survived by her mother, Mrs. Hp. P. Duncan (Carlie) and infant daughter, Mae Ruth Fielder; 3 brothers, Wesley, Carl and Vernon Duncan all of Whitesboro and her grandfather, Mr. J. D. Roy of McAlester, Okla. (date of death: Mar 7, 1929)
Family of William Byron Fielder. Information found in obituaries, marriage records, birth and death records. William Byron Fielder was born 24 Nov 1868 in Mississippi and married 20 Dec. 1890 in Collin County TX to Amanda Decker, daughter of John Decker, born 28 Nov 1878 in Missouri. William died in Oct 1948 and Amanda died in Oct 1966, both in Sherman, TX and they are both buried in the West Hill Cemetery in Sherman.
Children are:
1. John Franklin Fielder born 9 Aug 1893 in Collin County TX, married Myrtle Medcalf on 24 Dec 1929 in Durant, Bryan, OK. John died 5 Apr 1993 in Sherman. He is buried in the Cottage Hill Cemetery in Celina, TX.
2. George Wheeler Fielder born 17 Aug 1897 in Collin County TX and married Mary Charlene Willaby on 29 Nov 1950 in Sherman, TX. George died Oct 1985 in Sherman and is buried in the West Hill Cemetery.
3. Nora Edna Fielder born 28 March 1900 in Collin County TX married P. A. Hughes on 29 Feb 1920.
4. Walter Ray Fielder was born 6 Dec 1901 in Collin County TX and married Lola Belle Clements in 1933 in Durant, Bryan, OK. Walter died in Oct 1977 in Sherman and he is buried in the West Hill Cemetery.
5. Baby Boy Fielder stillborn on 20 Sept 1904 in Collin County TX
6. Vernie Roy Fielder was born 19 Dec 1905 in Collin County TX and married Mary Jane Rogers Robertson on 20 Feb 1943 in Grayson County TX. He died July 1973 in Sherman, TX.
7. Ethel Floyd Fielder (male) born 28 March 1909 in Collin County TX.
Sherman Democrat-Sherman, TX October 24, 1948 W. B. FIELDER
W. B. Fielder, 79 retired Collin County farmer, died at his home 1004 East Epstein Street, Saturday at 5:15 pm following an illness of four months. He was a native of Mississippi. Funeral Services will be held at the Waldo Funeral Home Monday at 2 pm. The Rev. Claude Johnston, pastor of the North Park Baptist Church, will conduct. The body will remain at the family home until time for the service. Mr. Fielder was born Nov. 24, 1869, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fielder. He was married to Amanda Decker in Collin County TX in November 1890. Following his retirement from farming in 1928 he moved to Sherman. He was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife: five sons, Frank Fielder, George Fielder, Roy Fielder and Walter Fielder all of Sherman and Floyd Fielder of Dallas; a daughter Mrs. P. A. Hughes of Sherman; two brothers, Jim Fielder of Princeton and Tom Fielder of Kirkland and five grandchildren.

MRS. AMANDA FIELDER, DIES AT HOSPITAL Sherman Democrat-Sherman, TX Oct 31, 1966
Funeral services for Mrs. Amanda Fielder, 91 of 1004 E. Epstein Street will be held at 2 pm Tuesday from the Waldo Funeral Chapel, conducted by Rev. A. W. Blaine, pastor of the North Park Baptist Church. Burial will be in the West Hill Cemetery under the direction of the Waldo Funeral Home. Mrs. Fielder died at 2:15 pm Sunday at a Sherman Hospital after several weeks of illness. She was born Nov. 28, 1874 in Missouri, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Decker. She was the widow of W. B. Fielder who preceded her in death in 1948. She had lived in Sherman for the past 38 years. She was a member of the First Baptist Church. Survivors are five sons, J. F. Fielder, G. W. Fielder, W. R. Fielder, V.R. Fielder all of Sherman and Floyd Fielder of Billings, Montana; one daughter, Mrs. P. A. Hughes of Sherman and five grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The family will be at the Funeral Home from 7:30-8:30 pm Monday. Pallbearers will be W. B. Hughes of Corpus Christi, Rucell Decker and Leverett Decker both of Garland, Frank Fielder Jr, M. O. Lawrence and Joe Probst of Sherman.
Sherman Democrat-Sherman, TX April 7, 1993

JOHN FIELDER SR Southmayd-John Franklin Fielder, Sr, 99year old retired automobile mechanic of Southmayd, died Monday at County Manor Nursing Home. Graveside services will be held at 10 am today in Cottage Hill Cemetery, near Celina. The Rev. A. W. Blaine will officiate. Flesher Funeral Home in Van Alstyne will conduct the services. Mr. Fielder was born in McKinney, the son of William Byron Fielder. He married Myrtle Ivy Medcalfe Dec 24, 1929 in McKinney. He was a World War I Army veteran and a member of the North Park Baptist Church. Surviving are one son John Fielder, Jr. of Sherman, sister Edna Hughes of Corpus Christi; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Sherman Democrat-Sherman, TX
October 5, 1977
MYRTLE FIELDER
Services will be held at 2 pm Friday in Dannel Chapel for Mrs. Myrtle Fielder, 79, of 1019 N. Willow, who died Tuesday in a Sherman Hospital. Rev. A. W. Blaine retired Baptist minister of Collinsville will officiate, assisted by Rev. Paul M. Wheeler of North Park Baptist Church.
Burial will be in Cottage Hill Cemetery under the direction of the Dannel and Horton Funeral Home.
Born in Melissa, she was the daughter of George Edward and Nancy Jane Maxwell Medcalf. She was married to John Franklin Fielder on Dec. 24, 1929 in Durant, Bryan, OK and they had lived in Sherman 45 years. She was a member of North Park Baptist Church and World War I Auxiliary.
She is survived by her husband; son, John Franklin Fielder, Jr of Sherman; brothers, Wm. T. Medcalf of Melissa, Alvin C. Medcalf of Roff, Okla., George Medcalf of Lake Dallas, Herschel Medcalf of Reedley, Calif, and Buddy Ray Medcalf of DeSoto; three grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren. The family will be at the funeral home from 7 to 8 pm Thursday and at other times they will be at the residence. Nephews will be pallbearers.


Sherman Democrat-Sherman, TX
October 24, 1985

GEORGE W. FIELDER

Graveside services for George Wheeler Fielder of 1004 Epstein 88-year-old retired mechanic who died Wednesday at his home, will be held at 2 pm Friday in West Hill Cemetery. The Rev. A. W. Blaine, Baptist minister of Collinsville, will officiate and arrangements are by Waldo Funeral Home.
Mr. Fielder was born in Collin County, a son of W. B. and Amanda Decker Fielder, and married Charlene Willaby on Nov. 29, 1950, in Sherman. He attended Collin County schools and was a self-employed mechanic for most of his life. He was a member of North Park Baptist Church.
Surviving are his wife; brother, Frank Fielder of Sherman; and sister Edna Hughes of Corpus Christi. Pallbearers will be Lelan Yealack, Dewey Tucker, Marvin Haynie, Carl Syler and Henry Sims. The family will be at the funeral home 7 to 8 pm Thursday and other times at 1004 Epstein.


Sherman Democrat-Sherman, TX
December 22, 1986

MARY C. FIELDER

Graveside services for Mary Charlene Fielder of 1004 Epstein 70-year-old retired Texas Instruments employee who died Sunday in a Sherman nursing home, will be held at 3 pm Monday in West Hill Cemetery. Rev. Fred Durham of Key Memorial United Methodist Church will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of Waldo Funeral Home. Mrs. Fielder was born in Sherman, the daughter of Perry B. and Julia Duke Willaby, and married George Wheeler Fielder on Nov. 29, 1950. She attended Sherman schools and was a beauty operator for many years. She retired from Texas Instruments in March, 1979, after almost 19 years in quality control. She was a member of the Key Memorial United Methodist Church. Surviving is her brother Finis Willaby of Denison. Memorial may be made to the Grayson County Home Hospice or to the American Cancer Society.


Sherman Democrat-Sherman, TX
6 January 1994

JOHN F. FIELDER JR

John Franklin Fielder, Jr., 63, a retired mechanic at Oscar Mayer of Sherman, died January 5, 1994, at Wilson N. Jones Memorial Hospital in Sherman. Graveside services will be at 10 am Saturday at Cottage Hill Cemetery near Celina with the Rev. A. W. Blaine officiating. Fielder was born in Sherman on Nov. 18, 1930, son of John F. Fielder Sr., and Myrtle Medcalf Fielder. He married Ruby Gay on March 6, 1953, at Aiken, S. C. He attended Sherman schools and was a member of the Sherman chapter of the American Legion. He served with the U. S. Army during the Korean conflict. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Rhonda Farrell of Denison and two grandchildren. Pallbearers will be John Spillman, Raymond Spillman, Ken Perkins, Don Allen, Tom Syler and George Brooke. The family will be at Flesher Funeral Home in Van Alstyne from 7-8 pm Friday and other times at the family residence, Route 2, Sherman.

Sherman Democrat-Sherman, Tx March 6, 1977

E. E. FIELDER
Graveside services will be at 2 pm Monday in Cedarlawn Cemetery for Ernest Edward Fielder 36, who died Tuesday near Platter Flats, Okla. Funeral directions are under the direction of the Dannel-Horton -Barrett Funeral Home. He was found shot to death and law enforcement officers are investigating the case. Born in Sherman, he was the son of Vester and Erma Lee Stipe Fielder. He attended the Sherman Public Schools and had served several years in the U. S. Army. He was a Baptist. He is survived by his parents of Cartwright, Okla; sisters Mrs. John Forsythe, Emma Jean Fielder, and Linda Kay Thorton, all of Sherman and Terry Arnold of Denison. The family will be at the Fielder residence, Rt. 1, Cartwright.
Dallas Morning News Wednesday, Feb. 4, 1998
Marvin Clifford Fielder, age 61, of Farmers Branch, Texas, died February 2, 1998
at his residence. He was born May 16, 1935 in Whitesboro, Texas to Mac and Lula Shirey Fielder. He married Gale Turner Aug. 1, 1969 in Gainesville, Texas. Baptist by faith and a shipping supervisor for General Packaging Corp. For over 23 years. Survived by his wife, Gale Turner Fielder, mother Lula Mae Wood of Gainesville; son and daughter-in-law Tony and Lana Johnson of Lewisville; daughter Lee Ann McBride of Garland; 4 grand- Children Jason and
Brittany McBride, Aaron and Brandon Johnson; brother Richard Fielder of Denton; two sisters, Jannette Hanson of Gainesville and Mae Ruth Blakey of Tom Bean. Services will be held 2:00pm at Clement-Keel Funeral Home Chapel in Gainesville. Rev. David Nix, Minister of First Baptist Church of Sachse, Texas, officiating. Burial will be in the Fairview Cemetery, Gainesville, Texas. Family will receive friends at Clement-Keel Funeral Home, Wednesday from 7-9 pm. Memorial contributions may be made to V.N.A. Hospice, 1440 W. Mockingbird Lane, Suite 300, Dallas, TX 75247-4929. Special thanks to Dr. Gabriel A. Shapiro and V. N. A. Home Hospice.
Gainesville Daily Register
May 10, 1971
MACK C. FIELDER
Mack c. Fielder, 81, 1506 Roy St. died Saturday at 2 pm at his home. He was born Nov. 12, 1889 in Red River County TX, a son of the late Mr. & Mrs. Jack Fielder. He was veteran of World War I and a retired laborer. He married Lula Mae Shirey July 20, 1929 in Marietta, Okla. He came to Cooke County 20 years ago and was a member of the Mount Hope Baptist Church. Services were held at 4 pm today in Vernie Keel Chapel. The Rev Leroy Martin officiated with interment in Fairview Cemetery. Bearers were Donnie Gilbreath, Murriel Gilbreath, Jim Alley, Johnny Ralston, Herbert Sieger and Kenneth Cravens. Survivors are his wife; three daughters, Wanda Sikes of Whitesboro, Mae Ruth Botello and Janette Shotwell of Gainesville and three sons, James
and Richard Fielder of Gainesville and Clifford Fielder of Farmers Branch.
Whitesboro News Record
February 22, 1996
"INK " FIELDER Services for Alfred "Ink" Fielder, 73 year of Whitesboro resident, were held Sunday, February 18 at 2 pm at Huff Funeral Chapel in Whitesboro. Rev. Joe Patterson assisted by Dr. Neal Williams, conducted the service. Mr. Fiedler died Thursday, February 15, 1996 at Whitesboro Nursing Home. Interment was at Oakwood Cemetery in Whitesboro under the direction of Huff Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Charles Young, Tracy R. Branch, Camilo Luna, Bob Jones, David Aitchison and Wayne Dickson. Mr. Fielder was born January 1, 1923 in Delaware Bend, Grayson, Tx, the son of Fred Fielder and Ina Riddle Fielder. He married Ruby Harlow Amoroso on October 1, 1979 in Gainesville, Tx. He was employed 25 years with the city of Gainesville in the Water Department and was an Army Air Force World War II veteran. He was a member of Central Baptist Church in Whitesboro. Survivors include his wife, Ruby Fielder of Whitesboro; step son Elgin Amoroso of Gainesville; three step daughters, Lisa Manning and Iris Aitchison, both of Whitesboro and Ann Potts of Sanger; brother, W. M. Mann Fielder of Whitesboro; sister Winnie Jones of Colbert, OK, nine grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a sister Jewel Huff in 1982.

Whitesboro News Record
March 12, 1998
ALMEDA GOODE Almeda Jane Fielder Good, 81 of Gainesville, died Saturday, March 7, 1998.
Funeral services were March 9 at Huff Funeral Chapel in Whitesboro. Glenn Goode conducted the services. Pallbearers were Duane, Jay, Darin, Brent, Grady and Levi Goode. Interment was held at the Oakwood Cemetery. Mrs. Goode was born October 29, 1916 in Gunter to the late Benjamin David and Verna Quirl Fielder. She married Walter E. Goode, December 14, 1935 in Sherman. He preceded her in death in 1987. She was a homemaker. She was a charter member of Holiness Church of Jesus Christ in Gainesville. She is survived by three sons and daughter-in-laws, Glenn and Mary Jean Goode, Tommy and Sam Goode of Gainesville, and Alan and Sandy Goode of
Eastland, Texas; two sisters, Jackie Holt of Gainesville and Jenell Adams of Whitesboro; eight grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.

Sheman Democrat-Sherman, TX December 11, 1988
VESTER FIELDER
Sherman-Graveside service for Vester Fielder, 70, who died Wednesday in his residence, will be at 2 pm Monday in Cedarlawn Memorial Park under the direction of Dannel Funeral Home. The Rev. Lester Scally will officiate. Fielder was born July 14, 1918, in Gunter, son of Ben and Neta Norton
Fielder. He married Erma Lee Stipe on July 15, 1939 in Sherman. Mrs. Fielder preceded him in death on July 22, 1981. Fielder was a Baptist and attended schools in Gunter. After retiring from
the cities of Richardson and McKinney as superintendent of grounds maintenance, he moved to Sherman in 1982. Survivors include four daughters Barbara Forsythe and Erma Jean Fielder,
both of Longview, Linda Thorton of Lone Oak, Terry Blount of Sherman; three sisters, Almeda Goode and Jackie Hold of Gainesville, Jenelle Adams of Whitesboro; 12 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the residence, 821 South. Throckmorton from 7-8 pm today.
Sherman Democrat- Sherman,TX June 10, 1979
MRS. FIELDER Services will be held at 10 am Monday in the Howe First United Methodist Church for Mrs. Clyde Brooks Fielder, 86, widow of 416 Beatrice St. Howe, Tx, who died at a Sherman Nursing Home Friday. Services will be conducted by Rev. Millard Fairchild of the Howe First United Methodist Church, with burial at Cedarlawn Memorial Park under direction of the Waldo Funeral Home. Mrs. Fielder was born in Collin County, daughter of the late Mr. & Mrs. James William Brooks and was married to the late Virgil Fielder on Feb 28, 1911, at Howe. She had lived in the Howe area most all of her life where she was a member of the First United Methodist Church. Surviving are son, James W. Fielder of Farmers Branch, TX, daughters, Mrs. Mabel Ray of Howe, Miss Frances Fielder of Arlington, VA, Mrs. Clara Kritini of Gaithersburg, Maryland, six grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Pallbearers will be M. E. Moses, Coy Pool, Murray Aikins, George Cavender, G. T. McDonough and Edwin Cooper. The family will be at the funeral home from 8-9 pm Sunday and othe times at 416 Beatrice St., Howe.
Sherman Democrat-Sherman,Tx December 4, 1988
JAMES W. FIELDER Pottsboro-Funeral for James W. Fielder, who died Friday night in Dallas, will be at 2 pm Monday in the First Methodist Church of Howe. The Rev. Gerald Caudell will officiate. Burial will be in Burns Cemetery at Trenton under the direction of Flesher Funeral Home of Van Alystne. Fielder was born May 2, 1916 in Howe, son of Mr. & Mrs. Virgil Fielder. He married Ollie Whitson Dec 16, 1939 in Trenton. He was a retired auto mechanic and owned and operated an auto sales company in Howe until 1958. He then retired as manager of Allied Boat and Screw Company in Dallas. He was a member of the Howe Masonic Lodge. Survivors include his wife of Pottsboro, a daughter, Naomi Franks of Carrolton; a son James G. of New Orleans, LA, a sister Frances Fielder of Arlington, VA, four grandchildren. The family will be at the funeral home today from 4-5 pm.
Sherman Democrat-Sherman,Tx Sept. 9, 1962
O. A. FIELDER, FRISCO RAILROAD EMPLOYEE DIES Funeral services will be held at 10 am Tuesday in Waldo Funeral Chapel for O. A. (Doc) Fielder, 70 of 1110 South Maxey, retired Frisco Railroad employee, who died at 2:50 pm Sunday after a long illness. The Rev Lloyd Ledbetter, pastor of the Central Baptist Church and the Rev. C. J. Graves, pastor of Friendship Methodist Church will conduct the services. Burial will be in the Madill, Oklahoma Cemetery. Mr. Fielder was born May 4, 1892 in Grayson County, the son of Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Fielder. On December 11, 1957 he married Miss Ethel Mayfield. He came to Sherman in 1957 from Madill, Oklah, where he had lived since 1911. He was employed by the Frisco Railroad for 30 years. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors are his wife; a stepson, William Baker of Tulsa, Okla, four brothers, Hodge Fielder of Whitesboro, Leonard Fielder of Elk City, Okla., Charlie Fiedler of Denison and Ritch Fielder of California, three sisters, Mrs. Ollie Durrett of Sherman, Mrs. Olive Bell of Denison and Mrs. Pearl Addington of Haynesville, LA; two grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews.
Sherman Democrat-Sherman,TX Sunday, December 21, 1975
MRS. BESSIE FIELDER (date of death: Dec. 19, 1975)
Whitesboro-Services for Mrs. Bessie Fielder, 84, who died Friday at a Sherman Hospital, will be held at 2:30 pm Sunday at Richards Funeral Chapel here, conducted by the Rev.Glyn Rives and Rev. Lawrence Smith. Burial will be in the Whitesboro Cemetery. She was born in Arkansas, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. W. A. Williams. She married Hodge Fielder on Jan. 13, 1907, in Whitesboro and was a member of the First United Methodist Church. Surviving are her husband, sons, Lewis Fielder of Whitesboro and J. C. Fielder of El Cajon, Calif.; daughters Lola Booker of San Diego, Calif. and Marie Turner of Whitesboro; brothers, Walter Williams of San Diego and Jack Williams of Iowa Park; sisters Mrs. Cleo Randles of Dallas and Mrs. Coralie Wisdom of Sherman, and 9 grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren.

Sherman Democrat-Sherman, TX 6 August 1990
LEWIS FIELDER
Whitesboro- Services for Lewis Fielder, 79 who died Sunday at his Whitesboro residence, will be Wednesday at 11 am in First United Methodist Church withthe Rev. Doyle Henderson, pastor
officiating. Burial will follow in the Oakwood Cemetery under the direction of the Huff Funeral Home. Mr. Fielder was born July 21, 1911, in Whitesboro to Hodge and Bessie Gertrude Williams Fielder. He married Audrey Turner on January 5, 1944 in Sherman, Tx. A fencing contractor, Mr. Fielder was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War II and a member of the First United
Methodist Church. Surviving are his wife, of Whitesboro, sons Ronnie of Whitesboro and Rickey of Austin; daughter, Linda Partridge of Sherman; brother, J. T. of Gainesville; sisters Lois Penacho of San Diego and Marie Turner of Whitesboro; four grandchildren and one great grandchild. Visitation is Tuesday from 7-8 pm at the Funeral Home.


Sherman Democrat-Sherman, TX October 15, 1958
VIRGIL FIELDER
Howe- Funeral services will be held at 2 pm Thursday in the First Methodist Church here for Virgil Fielder 68, Howe garage owner who died at 5:45 am Tuesday in a Dallas hospital. Mr. Fielder was fatally injured when struck by a bale of cotton at the Sherman Compress Co. The Rev. Maxey B. Burch of Irving, former pastor, The Rev. C. J. Graves of Sherman and the Rev Lamont
Rouse will conduct the services. Burial will be in the Cedarlawn Memorial Park directed by the Barrett Funeral Home, Sherman. Pallbearers will be Bill Mayo, Alton Sollis, G. T. McDonald,
George Cavender, Murray Aiken, Clark Bowden, Coy Poole and Edwin Cooper. The body will be taken to the church at 1 pm Thursday. The family will be at the Barrett Funeral Chapel from 7-9 pm
Wednesday. Mr. Fielder was born in Pilot Grove Dec. 17, 1889, a son to Mr. & Mrs. John William Fielder. On Feb. 28, 1911 he married Miss Clyde Brooks in Howe. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors besides his wife are three daughters, Mrs. Homer
Ray of Sherman, Mrs. Alec Kertini of Rockville, MO., and Miss Frances Fielder of Arlington, VA.; one son J. W. Fielder of Farmers Branch, TX, five brothers, Hodge Fielder of Whitesboro, Oscar Fielder of Sherman, Leonard Fielder of Oklahoma, Charlie Fielder of Denison and Richard Fieldr of
California; three sister, Mrs. Ollie Durrett of Sherman, Mrs. L. C. Bell of Denison and Mrs. Otis Addington of Haynesville, LA, and six grandchildren.
Sherman Democrat-Sherman, TX - 19 Oct. 1961
BEN DAVID FIELDER Farmersville-funeral services will be held at 3 pm Sunday in the Baptist Church, Gunter, for Ben David Fielder, 70, of Farmer- sville, who died at 11:25 pm Thursday in Collin Memorial Hospital. He was a retired farmer. The Rev. Coy Wier, pastor of the Church and A. C. Quinn minister of College Hill Church of Christ will conduct the services. Burial will be in Whitaker Cemetery, east of Gunter, directed by Flesher Funeral Home, Van Alstyne. Mr. Fielder was born Nov. 10, 1890 in Texas. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. W. E. Goode of Eastland, Mrs. J. D. Barrett of Gunter and Mrs. Cecil Adams of Plainview; three sons, S. C. Fielder of Tulare, Calif., Vester Fielder of Howe and James Earl Fielder of Whitesboro; a brother, Harvey Fielder of Denison; 20 grand- children and two great grand- children.
Sherman Democrat-Sherman, TX - 25 Nov. 1961
MRS. LAURA B. FIELDER DIES AT HOME IN HOWE Howe-Funeral services were held Monday at 2pm at the Howe Baptist Church for Mrs. Laura Belle Fielder, 88. She died Sunday at her home in Howe. She suffered a stroke about a week ago. The Rev. Maurice Clayton of Howe, Baptist minister, conducted the service. Assisting was the Rev. G. G. Burnett of Gunter. Pallbearers were T. E. Fielder Jr, Charles Ford, Johnnie Strawn, Vester Fielder, James Earl Fielder and Lewis Fielder, all grandsons of the deceased. Burial was in Cannon Cemetery, directed by Barrett Funeral Home of Sherman. Mrs. Fielder was born in Hickman County KY, Jan. 23, 1863. She came to Texas in 1878 and two years later settled in Grayson County. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Dudley. On Sept 9, 1880, she was married to S.T. Fielder. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lucy Ford of Howe, and Mrs. Annie Strawn of Abilene; three sons, Ed Fielder of Gunter, Ben Fielder of Blue Ridge and Harvey Fielder of Denison; two sisters, Mrs. Sallie Fielder of Whitesboro and Mrs. Fannie Subberry of Silverton; 22 grandchildren and 55. great-grandchildren and eight great-great grandchildren.
Sherman Democrat-Sherman, Tx-January 1987
JAMES EARL FIELDER Whitesboro-Services for James Earl Fielder of Whitesboro, 62 year old meat cutter who died Wednesday at his home, will be held at 10 am Friday in Huff Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Don Westbrook wil officiate and burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery. Mr. Fielder was born in Gunter, a son of Benjamin and Verna Quirl Fielder, and married Jean Murley on Oct. 15, 1949 in Gainesville, TX. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ. Surviving are his wife; sons, James Eddie Fielder and Melvin Keith Fielder, both of Whitesboro; duaghter, Pamela Suzanne Renteria of Whitesboro; mother of Whitesboro; sisters, Almeda Goode and Jackie Holt both of Gainesville and Jenell Adams of Whitesboro an three grandsons. Pallbearers will be Glenn Good, Tommy Good, Allen Good, Donald Teague, Kenneth Hawkins and Jimmy Henry. The family will be at the funeral home from 7 -8 pm Thursday.
Sherman Democrat, Sherman, TX - 10 June 1937
JOHN W. FIELDER Whitesboro-John W. Fielder, 83 retired farmer and ginner, died Thursday at 4 a.m. at his home two miles north of Whitesboro, after a lingering illness. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 P.M. from the Whitesboro Methodist Church, of which head been a member for 40 years, conducted by the pastor, the Rev. W. D. Craig. Interment will be in the Oakwood cemetery. Born in Tennessee March 30, 1854. Mr. Fielder came to Texas in 1870 and five years later moved to Grayson County. He was active as a farmer and ginner until about two years ago when failing health caused him to retire. Mr. Fielder is survived by his wife and 10 children as follows: Hodge, Ritch and Miss Virginia Fielder, Whitesboro; Charles Fielder and Mrs. E. T. Bell, Denison; Mrs. R. C. Durrett, Whitewright; Mrs. Lillie Mae McIntire, DeQueen, AR; Mrs. O. T. Addington; Henderson; and Leon Fielder, Ford, OK. Surviving also are 31 grand- children and 37 great grand- children.
Sherman Democrat-Sherman, TX 9 July 1955
MRS. SALLY ANN FIELDER DIES AT DAUGHTER'S HOME Whitesboro-Mrs. Sally Ann Fielder, 85, died suddenly while visiting her daughter, Mrs. R. C. Durrett, in Sherman Saturday morning. Funeral sercices have been set for 3 P.M. Sunday in the Whitesboro Methodist Church with Rev John Brand and Rev. S. R. Stiles officiating. Burial will be in Whitesboro Cemetery. Richards- Beck Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements. Born in Kentucky July 30, 1869, Mrs. Fielder married J. W. Fielder Aug. 18, 1884 at Erath County TX. She is survived by six sons, Hodge Fielder of Whitesboro, A. A. Fielder of Madill, OK, L. L. Fielder of Gatobe, OK, Virgil Fielder of Howe, Charlie Fielder of Denison and Richard Fielder of Irving; three daughters, Mrs. Allie Durrett of Sherman, Mrs. Alva Mae Bell of Denison, and Mrs. Velma Pearl Addington of Haynesville, LA; 30 grand- children and 51 great-grand- children.(Sally Ann Dudley Fielder was b. in Hickman Co. Ky. Sister of Laura Bell Dudley Fielder)
Denison, Texas
HARVEY FIELDER Dies-November 11, 1963 DENISON- Funeral arrangements were pendinga at Johnson-Moore Funeral Home Friday for Harvey (Shorty) Fielder, 63, of 608 W. Florence, who died Thursday, following a geart attack. He was a bricklayer. Survivors are a son, William Fielder of Dallas; two daughters, Mrs. Lucille Furr and Mrs. Irene Shaddok, both of Dallas; a granddaughter, Joyce Ann Fielder.
Whitesboro, Texas
WILLIAM FIELDER WHITESBORO Graveside services of William Harvey Fielder, 61, who died in Marieta, Okla, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Dixie Cemetery north of Whitesboro. Services will be conducted by huff Funeral Home. Mr. Fielder was born in Sherman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harvey Fielder. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Irene Shaddox of Dallas.
Howe, Texas
Mrs. LUCY B. (FIELDER) FORD, 75 April 25, 1957 HOWE-Funeral service for Mrs lucy B. Ford, 75, who died at her home here Thursday at 9:20 p.m. following a heart attack, will be hild Monday at 2 p.m. in the Howe Baptist Church. Rev. Malcom Brown, pastor will conduct. Burial will be in New Hope Cemetery, directed by Waldo Funeral Home of Sherman. Mrs. Ford was born in Grayson county, Sept. 4, 1881. In 1905 she married W. C. Ford. He died in 1935. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors are three sons. J. W. Ford of Turlock, Calif. Clarence Ford of Modesto, Calif., and Charles Ford of Gainesville; four daughters, Mrs. H. A. Barbaree and Mrs. Vint Townsend, both of Modesto, Mrs, Gen Gabbard of Woodland, Calif. and Mrs. Ernest Lawson of Carnegie, Okla.; three brothers, Ed Fielder of Gunter, Harvey Fielder of Denison and Ben Fielder of Blue Ridge; a sister, Mrs. Ann Strawn of Abilene; 21 grandchildren.
Gunter, Texas
W. C. FORD Funeral services will be held Thursday at the Gunter Baptist Church, interment following in the Gunter cemetery. Funeral will be preached by the Rev, J. J. Smith and arrangements will be under direction of the Talley home. Deceased was born March 13, 1870 in Cooke County and had lived in Arkansas untill about six years ago. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Lucy Ford, a brother, M. L. Ford of Lawton, Okla; five sons, John and Charles Ford of Howe, Fred Ford of Gunter, Orbie Ford of Fort Worth and Clarence Ford of St. Paul, Ark; four daughters, Mrs. Ora Fielder of Gunter, Mrs. Opal Gabbard of St. Paul, Ark. Mrs. John Townsend and Mrs. Ester Barbee of Cass, Ark; a step-daughter, Mrs, Lula lawson of Lawton, Okla, 21 grandchildren and three great- grandchildren. He was a member of the Gunter camp of the Woodman, at the World and at the Gunter Church of Christ.
Gunter,  Texas
THOMAS E. FIELDER, Sr. Gunter-Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the First Baptist Church, Gunter, for Thomas E. Fielder, Sr., 77, retired Grayson farmer, who died in a Wichita Falls hospital at 4:17 a.m. Monday. He moved from Sherman to Wichita Falls two years ago to live witha son. W. L. Fielder. The Rev. G. G. Burnett, Coy C. Wier of Gunter, Baptist ministers, will conduct the services. Burial will be in Cottage Hill Cemetery, near Weston, directed by Waldo Funeral Home, Sherman. Mr. Fielder was born Sept. 5, 1882 in Grayson County, a son of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Fielder. On July 1, 1906, he married miss Ora D. Ford. She died in April, 1957. he was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors are three other sons. Oris Fileder of Riverbank, Calif., Billy Fielder of Waco and T.E. Fielder Jr., of Gainesville; two brothers, L. H. Fielder of Denison and Ben Fielder of Farmersville; 20 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.
Long Illness Fatal for Mrs. Thomas Fielder
GUNTER Texas-MRS. THOMAS FIELDER, 66, of Gunter, route 1. resident of thes area for more than 50 years, died in a Sherman hospital, Thursday at 3 a.m. after a 10 year illness. Funeral arrangements in charge of Waldo Funeral Home, Sherman, were incomplete at noon Thursday. R.G. Burnett, pastor of the Gunter Baptist Church, will conduct the rites. Burial will be in Cottage Hill Cemetery, near Celina. The former Miss Ora D. Ford, Mrs, Fielder was born in Cooke County, July 17, 1890, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ford., On July 1, 1906, she married Thomas E. Fielder. She was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors are her husband; four sons, Oris M. Fielder of Riverbank, Calif., T. E. Fielder Jr, of Gainesville, W. L. Fielder of Wichita Falls and Billy Fielder of Dallas; a daughter, Mrs. Alta Crosby of Modesto, Calif,; a brother, O. R. Ford of Dallas; three half-brothers, Clarence and Johnnie Ford of California and Charles Ford of Gainesville; three half-sisters, Mrs. Ester Barbee, Mrs. Josie Townsend and Mrs. Opal Gabbard, all of Modesto; 18 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be hild at 2 p.m. Friday at the Gunter Baptist Church.
Whitesboro, Texas, Grayson County.
JAMES FIELDER Services for James Earl Fielder, 62, of Whitesboro were held at 10:oo a.m. Friday January 16 at Huff Funeral Chapel. He died Wednesday, January 14, 1987 at his Whitesboro residence. Rev. Don Westbrook conducted the services. Burial was at Oakwood Cemetery under the direction of Huff Funeral Home. Mr. Fielder was born August 2, 1924, in Gunter, the son of Benjamin and Verna Quirl Fielder. He married Jean Murley on October 15, 1949, at Gainesville. He was a meat cutter and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ. Survivors include; his wife, Jean Fielder of Whitesboro; two sons, James Eddie Fielder, and Melvin Keith Fielder of Whitesboro, a daughter, Pamela Suzanne Renteria of Whitesboro; his mother, Verna Fielder of Whitesboro; three sisters, Almeda Goode of Gainesville, Jackie Holt of Gainesville, and Jenell Adams of Whitesboro; three grandsons, Jeffery Fielder, Ricardo Renteria, and Che Renteria. Pallbearers, wwere: Glenn Goode, Tommy Goode, Allen Goode, Donald Teague, Kenneth Hawkins, and Jimmy Henry.
Evergreen Cemetery. Lamar County, Texas
On the same stone with Alice K. Fielder. *From an unnamed and undated
obituary; 'G. W. Fielder To Be Buried This afternoon. Funeral services of G. W. Fielder will be held this afternoon at 5 o'clock by Dr. A. F. Cunningham, pastor of the First Baptist Church, assisted by L. W. Shivers, pastor of the Methodist Prostestant Church. Interment will be at Evergreen Cemetery. Mr. Fielder, 64 years of age, died Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock at his residence, 288 South Thirtieth street as a result of a stroke of paralysis Friday morning. He is survived by his wife, three sons, Claude L. Fielder, B. F. Fielder and Cecil P. Fielder, and one daughter, Miss Thelma Fielder
Sherman Democrat-Sherman, TX-February 24, 1977
HODGE FIELDER Whitesboro-Services for Hodge Fielder, 91, retired farmer who died Wednesday at a Whitesboro Nursing Home, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Richards Funeral Chapel conducted by the Rev. Glyn Rives. Burial will be at the Whitesboro Cemetery. Fielder was born in Grayson County, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Fielder. He married Bessie Gertrude Williams on Jan. 13, 1907 in Whitesboro. He was a member of Woodmen of the World for 72 years. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Whitesboro. Surviving are his sons, Lewis Fielder of Whitesboro and J.C. Fielder of El Cajon, Calif.; daughters, Mrs. Lis Booker of Sand Diego, Calif. And Mrs. Marie Turner of Whitesboro; brothers Leonard Fielder of Elk City, Okla. And Rich Fielder of Ontario Calif.; sisters, Mrs. Alvie Bell of Denison and Mrs. Pearl Addington of Haynesville, La; Nine grandchildren and 15 great grandchildren. The family requests that memorial be made to the First United Methodist Church of Whitesboro. The family will be at the funeral home from 7 to 8 pm Friday and at other times at the home of Lewis Fielder on Hwy 377N.
July 02, 1991The Fort Worth Star-Telegram Dallas-Ft. Worth Metro, Texas Obituary: Funeral will be at 4 p.m. today at Vernie Keel Funeral Home in Gainesville. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery in Gainesville. Mr. Allen was born in the Marysville community of Cooke County. He was retired from the construction business. Mr. Allen was an Army veteran of World War II and a recipient of the Purple Heart who served in the Pacific. He was a Baptist. Survivors: Son, Charles Allen of Port Isabel; two daughters, Barbara Roe of Port Isabel and Donna Quaisi of Fort Worth; two brothers, O.D. "Lefty" Harlow of Callisburg and Charlie Harlow of Alvin; four sisters, Retha Lane of Oklahoma City, Faye Barefield of Alvin, Rosa Lee Smith of Gainesville and Ruby Fielder of Gordonville; eight grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Autie P. Atkins, Box company worker

Lucia Hermosillo, Hospital employee FORT WORTH - Lucia Hermosillo, a retired hospital housekeeping employee, died Saturday at a Dayton nursing home. She was 85. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Mineral Wells, where she was a member. Burial will be in Memory Gardens Memorial Park in Parker County. Rosary will be at 7 tonight at Harveson & Cole Funeral Home. Mrs. Hermosillo was born in Weatherford and had lived in Fort Worth for six years. She recently moved to Dayton in Southeast Texas. She was the widow of Juan Hermosillo, who died in 1983. Survivors: Two sons, Manuel Hermosillo of Knoxville, Tenn., and Pancho Hermosillo of Fort Worth; three daughters, Clara Cartwright of Katy, and Martha Ruiz and Tammy Fielder, both of Atasocita; sister, Adella Ortiz of Oakland, Calif.; 22 grandchildren; 28 great-grandchildren; and three great-great-grandchildren.
W.L. Fielder Navy chief petty officer STEPHENVILLE - W.L. "Bill" Fielder of Stephenville and Mingus, a retired Navy chief petty officer, died Wednesday at a Dallas hospital after an illness. He was 52. Funeral will be at 10 a.m. Monday at Stephenville Funeral Home. Military graveside service will be at 2:30 p.m. Monday in Laurel Land Memorial Park in Fort Worth. Mr. Fielder was born in Fort Worth and had lived in both Stephenville and Mingus since 1984. He was a chief master of arms and had served four tours in Vietnam. He retired in 1984 after 25 years of service. He was a member of University Church of Christ in Fort Worth. Survivors: Four sons, William P. Fielder of Lovelady, Mark S. Fielder of Edgewater, Fla., Robert D. Fielder of Los Angeles and William R. Krotchic of the Philippines; two daughters, Debra Di Sano of Warwick, R.I., and Shirley R. Krotchic of the Philippines; mother, Ollie May Fielder of Stephenville; brother, E.B. Fielder of Wichita Falls; and two grandchildren.
August 16, 1991 Source: The Fort Worth Star-Telegram Page: 5 Subjects: Region: Dallas-Ft. Worth Metro, Texas Obituary: Funeral will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Countyline Baptist Church in Pilot Point, where she was a member. Burial will be in Pilot Point Memorial Cemetery. Peoples Funeral Home in Denton is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Combs was born in Pilot Point. Survivors: Five daughters, Lucille Bruce of Dallas, Ollie Smith and Lillie Patterson, both of Amarillo, Dollie Fielder of Los Angeles, and Shirlene Scott of Pilot Point; sister, Shirley Bennett of Dallas; 26 grandchildren; 60 great-grandchildren; and seven great-great-grandchildren. Ruby Conner, Homemaker
July 02, 1991 The Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Funeral will be at 4 p.m. today at Vernie Keel Funeral Home in Gainesville. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery in Gainesville.Mr. Allen was born in the Marysville community of Cooke County.He was retired from the construction business.Mr. Allen was an Army veteran of World War II and a recipient of the Purple Heart who served in the Pacific. He was a Baptist.Survivors: Son, Charles Allen of Port Isabel; two daughters, Barbara Roe of Port Isabel and Donna Quaisi of Fort Worth; two brothers, O.D. "Lefty" Harlow of Callisburg and Charlie Harlow of Alvin; four sisters, Retha Lane of Oklahoma City, Faye Barefield of Alvin, Rosa Lee Smith of Gainesville and Ruby Fielder of Gordonville; eight grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren.

(Dec. 20, 1997)
Robert Martin Fielder Jr.
IRVING -- Robert Martin Fielder Jr., 72, formerly of Abilene, died Thursday in a local hospital.
A memorial service will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Ellis Chapel of Park Cities Baptist Church with the Rev. Paul Royal officiating, directed by Chism-Smith Funeral Home.
Mr. Fielder was born in Vernon and served with the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II. He graduated from Baylor University and moved to Irving in 1971. He worked as a veterans representative for the Texas Employment Commission and was a member of Park Cities Baptist Church.
Survivors include his wife, Lois Fielder of Irving; three sons, Bruce Fielder of Amarillo, John Fielder of Lake Dallas and David Patrick Fielder of Irving; and two grandchildren.
Memorials may be sent to Global Mission Ventures, c/o Dr. Gerald Fielder, Baylor University, Waco 76763.

Virginia
Joe J. Fielder
Dr. Fielder (MSU '49), 69, Charles City, Va, died May 27, 1997. He was a retired small animal practitioner. (American Veterinary Medical Association)

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