Cumby Cemetery

Hopkins Co, Cemeteries of Texas

By June E. Tuck and Deborah Tuck Young

This cemetery was indexed in the 1970's. Watch for our corrections and updates that will replace this one. All the obituaries that are added have been taken from the book, "Hopkins County Obituaries Prior to 1939" by June E. Tuck.

In the early years, Cumby was known as Black Jack Grove. Cumby is located on I 30, in the western part of Hopkins County. The cemetery is located just north east of the town site.

 Abbreviations   w/o - wife of,  h/o - husband of,   d/o - daughter of,  s/o - son of,  o/s/w - on stone with,  m. - married

Last Name, First Name, Birth, Death, Comments

Abercrombie, A. G. - 1842 - 1929

Abercrombie, __________ 1856 - 1950

Akins, L. L. - b. 18 Oct. 1867, d. 20 Feb. 1885, w/o J. H. Akins

Alcorn, Douglas - b. 3 Aug. 1859, d. 2 May 1938

Alcorn, Amanda E. - b. 10 Ap. 1870, d. 20 Jan. 1959, o/s/w Douglas Alcorn

Alexander, Urbane - b. 6 Feb. 1813, d. 20 Dec. 1853

Alexander, Mary Ann Drennan - b. 11 Oct. 1811, d. 4 June 1854, o/s/w Urbane Alexander

Alexander, Thomas C. - b. 19 Mar. 1845, d. 30 Jan. 1931 (Co. K. 30 Texas Cav CSA) (Golden Wedding - Mr. & Mrs. Tom Alexander, living west of Cumby, celegrated their golden wedding on Friday of last week. Mr. Alexander was born in Fannin county, near Honey Grove, in 1845. Mrs. Alexander was born in 1850, six miles east of Greenville. They reared a large family of children, and all but one were present on this occasion, their names as follows: W. H. Alexander, Cleveland, Ohio; John Alexander, Maysville, Okla.; Mrs. Amanda Alcorn, Sulphur Springs; Mrs. George Robinson, Yantis; O. W. Alexander, Wewoka, Okla.; K. S. Alexander, lives with his parentsl; Elmer and Jessie were absent. The former lives in Okla., near Maysville and the later in New York. (Cumby Rustler, Feb. 4, 1916)

Alexander, Martha A. - b. 2 Mar. 1850, d. 13 Feb. 1932 (Obit - Mrs. T. C. Alexander, age 81 yrs., died at her residence some three miles northwest of here in Hunt county, and was buried in Cumby cemetery. Mrs. Alexander was born March 2, 1850, and was the daughter of Henry Banta, a pioneer Missionary Baptist minster who located here about 1845. She was born in the same neighborhood in which she died. She was married to T. C. Alexander Jan. 18, 1866. Her husband died in Jan. 1931, at the of 90 and resided here since 1852. She was the mother of eleven children, seven sons and four daughters, all whom are living, except one son who died in infancy.)

Alexander, Winnie - b. 4 Jly. 1874, d. 26 Sept. 1953

Alexander, Jesse J. - b. 24 May 1885, d. 26 Aug. 1972 (Lt. US Navy WW I)

Alexander, Martha, Mrs. - no dates

Alexander, William Henry - b. 10 Jan. 1867, d. 9 Oct. 1960

Alexander, Mary Pauline Clonts - b. 2 Aug. 1869, d. 14 Dec. 1956, o/s/w William Henry Alexander

Alexander, J. F. 1864 - 1914 (Obit - Jessie Alexander died Sunday at a Sanitraium in Greenville, Texas. He was buried in Cumby cemetery)(Read obit for Ida Belle Alexander for more information about J. F. Alexander)

Alexander, Ida Belle - 1870 - 1934, o/s/w J. F. Alexander (Obit - Mrs. Jessie F. Alexander of Corpus Christi, and sister of Charlie and Oliver Mann, died suddenly Monday morning. The body was shipped to Cumby for burial. Her husband preceded her in death. She is survived by four sons, Paul, Lamesa; Roger, Dallas; Jessie, Little Rock, Ark.; and Weldon, Corpus Christi; one sister, Mrs. Mary Potts, and seven brothers. (Hopkins Co., Echo, Mar. 16, 1934) Later reported in a Cumby news column - Mrs. Alexander, the wife of the late Jessie F. Alexander, died at her home in Corpus Christi, Mar. 12 1934, Services were conducted by Rev. Jones in Cumby. It so happened that Rev Jones had also assisted at the funeral, at this place, of Mr. J. F. Alexander. Oct. 1914. Mrs. Alexander was the daughter of the late John Mann, and was born a couple miles north of Ridgeway, Jan. 2, 1870. She married Mr. Alexander in the latter 80's. In the summer of 1892, they moved to this place (then Black Jack Grove) and that Fall, in connection with Mr. Milt Branom of this place, entered the dry goods business here. During the time the family resided here, Mr. Alexander was in business with, at different times, in addition to Mr. Branom, G. W. Holland and the late S. D. Greaves. He moved from here in 1911, returning in poor health in the summer of 1914, and dying in October of that year.)

Alexander, John R. - b. 12 Jly. 1889, d. 14 Mar. 1971

Alexander, Lola Ben - b. 16 Oct. 1889, d. 24 May 1950

Alexander, B. T. - b. 17 Dec. 1857, d. 5 Jly. 1933

Alexander, Janie E. - b. 5 Jan. 1864, d. 26 Dec. 1940, o/s/w B. T. Alexander

Alexander, John F. - b. 25 Dec. 1830, d. 5 Ap, 1908 ( Obit - John Alexander, father of Ben and John Alexander of Ridgeway, died of cancer Sunday morning and was buried in the Cumby cemetery. He was about 80 years of age, a veteran of the civil war, of four years service. (Cumby Rustler, Fri., Ap. 10, 1908)

Alexander, Texana - 1845 - 1927

Alexander, Henry - 1874 - 1906

Alexander, Kyle - b. 9 May 1887, d. 20 May 1970

Alexander, Ludie Bruce - b. 23 Oct. 1887, d. ______ , o/s/w Kyle Alexander

Alexander, R. J., Miss - no dates

Allan, Wm. Lock - 1887 - 1967

Allan, Bessie - 1884 - 1933, o/s/w Wm. Lock Allan

Allison, Maud A. - b. 7 Ap. 1882, d. 15 Sept. 1882

Anderson, Elizabeth - 1850 - 1923

Apperson, F. M. - 1832 - 1909 (Obituary - F. M. Apperson of Commerce, died Wednesday after a long illness. His body was brought to Cumby and buried. For years he was a citizen of Cumby. (Cumby Rustler, Fri., July 23, 1909)

Apperson, Sarah A. - 1831 - 1913, o/s/w F. M. Apperson ( Mrs. Sarah A. Apperson, age 85, died Thursday of last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Henderson, in Commerce. She formly lived in Cumby having moved to the community 15 years ago. Her husband died eight (sic)years ago. Burial took place in the Cumby cemetery ( Cumby Rustler, Fri., Jly. 7, 1913)

Athnson, Elizabeth R. - Check Bartholomew

 

Atkinson, R. E. - b. 26 Jan. 1879, d. 17 Dec. 1913

Bailey, Martha E. - b. 12 Aug,. 1830, in Texas, d. 27 Feb., 1874 ( Cement cover over grave, handmade, very worn)

Bailey, John T., Dr. - b. 2 Dec. 1820, in New York, d. 5 Oct. 1868 ( Cement cover over grave, handmade, very worn)

Bailey, Mary - b. 29 Dec.1867, in Texas, d. 30 Sept. 1870 ( Cement cover over grave, handmade, very worn)

Bailey, Frank S. - 1885 - 1959

Bailey, Ines - b. 1885, d. ____ o/s/w Frank S. Bailey

Bailey, Martha - b. 15 Aug. 1868, d. 14 Aug. 1870, d/o W. W. & S. J. Bailey

Bailey, Joe - 1904 - 1962

Baker, John R. - 1899 - 1955

Baker, Oscar - d. 12 Mar. 1919 (Arizona, Wagoner 9 Inf 2 Div) ( Obit - Oscar Baker - The body of John Baker’s son was brought back from France, where he died of flu, and was buried at Cumby. He was the first of the Hopkins County service men to be brought back and buried on his native soil. ( Hopkins Co. Echo, Fri., Aug 6, 1920)

Baker, William F. - 1851 - 1945

Baker, Sallie R. - 1865 - 1913, o/s/w William F. Baker

Baker, Willie F. C. - b. 23 Oct. 1883, d. 22 Jan. 1886, s/o W. M. & R. E. Baker

Baker, Ruthy L. R. - b. 31 Jly. 1881, d. 9 Jan. 1885, d/o W. M. & R. E. Baker

Baker, John - b. 18 May 1826, d. 7 June 1865

Baker, Kezia C. - b. 24 Aug. 1821, d. 27 Jan. 1886

Baker, Joseph - b. 20 May 1862, d. 15 Mar. 1884

Barber, W. T. - b. 7 Nov. 1867, d. 25 Ap. 1935 (Obit - W. T. Barber, age 67, died at his home in Cumby, Ap. 25, 1935, after a short illness. He is survived by his wife and one son, Gilbert Barber, of Cumby; one brother, Jim Barber, and one sister, and a number of relatives in Mississippi., Burial was made in the Cumby cemetery. Later reported - He was born in Hardeman County, Tennessee, Nov. 7, 1867. He was married to Miss Molly Roffe, Nov. 14, 1894)

Barber, Merry M. - b. 1 Sept. 1869, d. 2 June 1950

Barker, R. Ross - b. 5 Aug. 1886, d. 7 Mar. 1887, s/o W. W. & M. E. Barker

Barker, Nell - b. 15 Mar. 1890, d. 18 May 1890, d/o H. C. & M. A. Barker

Barker, Jessie C. - b. 30 Sept. 1901, d. 11 Oct. 1963

Barker, Herbert L. - b. 23 Nov. 1895, d. 4 Jly. 1945

Barker, A. O. - b. 1 Oct. 1859, d. 21 June 1934 (Obit - Mr. A. O. Barker, a prominent citizen of Cumby, passed to his eternal reward last Thursday. He was born in Hamilton County, Illinois, Oct. 1, 1859. He married in Illinois in 1890, and moved near Cumby in 1897, which has since been his home. He is he father of two sons, Chalon and Herbert, the latter having been postmaster at Cumby from July 1925, until March of this year. Mr. Barker conducted a produce business here for many years. His wife died in June of 1923. His funeral was held under the big tabernacle, conducted by Rev. W. N. Carter, minister of the Church of Christ of Terrell, assisted by Rev. P. G. Hightower and Rev. G. W. Jones of Cumby ( Hopkins Co. Echo, June 22, 1934)

Barker, Arena E. - b. 22 Nov. 1854, d. 17 June 1923, w/o A. O. Barker

Barker, Nolan Kent - b. 25 May 1927, d. 2 Ap. 1937

Barnes, Jutson Charlie - b. 20 May 1887, d. 2 May 1960

Barnes, Lou Nettie - b. 15 June 1890, d. 30 Oct. 1969, o/s/w Jutson Charlie Barnes

Barnes, Harvey W. - b. 10 Feb. 1933, d. 15 Ap. 1952 (Texas Cpl 41 Armd Inf

Bn 2 Armed Div)

Barnes, Willie L. - b. 27 Aug. 1922, d. 31 Dec. 1965 (Texas Sm Sgt 4780 Fld. Maint Sq A.F. WW II - BSM - AFCM)

Bartholomew, Elizabeth R. Athnson - b. 12 Jly. 1798, d. 8 Nov. 1867. Married Bartholomew in 1812 ( Cement cover over grave, handmade, very worn)

Bartlett, George L. - b. 13 Mar. 1906, d. 24 Jly. 1966

Bartlett, Lota Mae - b. 3 Oct. 1909, d. __________, o/s/w George L. Bartlett

Bartlett, Nettie, d. 1896, d/o Nancy Bartlett. Unmarked grave

Bartlett, M. M. - b. 19 Mar. 1887, d. 2 Mar. 1892, s/o J. F. & M. Z. Bartlett

Bartlett, N. D. - b. 20 Nov. 1820, d. 11 Sept. 1890

Bartlett, infant twin sons of Franklin Bartlett, d. 1898 Unmarked grave

Bays, Mary - b. 17 Jan. 1822, d. 15 Ap. 1882, w/o G. B. Bays (Was told that G. B. Bays was buried next to her in an unmarked grave)

Bays, David W. - b. 27 Mar. 1891, d. 19 Mar. 1975

Bays, May T. - b. 21 Mar. 1891, d. __________, o/s/w David W. Bays

Beggs, Otis G. - 1908 - 1970

Beggs, Hazel - b. 1909, d. _________, o/s/w Otis G. Beggs

Beggs, Matt Randle - b&d 20 Ap. 1962 (Metal funeral marker)

Benton, Roscoe Fern - 1905 - 1966

Benton, Oda Landers - 1882 - 1941

Benton, Eugene R. - 1873 - 1933

Benton, Beulah, b. 28 Mar. 1886, d. 1 Jan. 1960

Benton, Henry D. - b. 2 Aug. 1879, d. 8 Oct. 1964

Benton, Charles Ellis - b. 9 Sept. 1877, d. 22 Feb. 1965

Benton, Mattie J. - b. 8 Mar. 1888, d. 16 Dec. 1965, o/s/w Charles Ellis Benton

Betz, Ethell - 1888 - 1965

Bibby, Mae - b. 27 Feb. 1897, d. 4 Mar. 1905

Bibby, James H. - No dates ( Co F 10 Ala Inf CSA)

Bibby, W. B. - b. 3 Jly. 1873, d. 1 Feb. 1903 - hus. of Alma Bibby Low

Bibby, John W. - b. 5 June 1835, d. 21 Nov. 1893 (Stone broken)

S. J. B. - no dates - stone broken

Bishop, G. L. - b. 17 Ap. 1886, d. 7 Jan. 1975

Bishop, Mary E. - b. 15 Oct. 1887, d. _________________, o/s/w G. L. Bishop

Bland, James - b. 2 Dec. 1876, d. 21 Oct. 1960

Bland, Katie A. - b. 2 Mar. 1892, d. 4 Dec. 1968, o/s/w James Bland

Blount, C. C. - b. 25 Dec. 1855, d. 10 Dec. 1921

Blount, J. H. - b. 13 Oct. 1854, d. 6 Sept. 1919

Bolin, Robert E. - b. 7 Dec. 1914, d. 16 Jan. 1938

Bolin, J. H. - b. 1 Mar. 1868, d. 18 Aug. 1910 (Obit - Jim Bolin - A telegram has been received here that Jim Bolin was killed by a train yesterday at Del Rio. The body will be shipped here for burial. His brother, Charley Bolin, has been notified and the burial will not take place till he can return from St. Louis, probably Sunday.) (Cumby Rustler, Fri., Aug. 19, 1910) (Later reported - Jim Bolin had lived in Cumby for several years.)

Bolin, C.W. - b. 29 Jan. 1872, d. 6 May 1971

Bolin, Annie E. - b. 11 Nov. 1878, d. 7 Nov. 1954

Bolin, infant daughter of C. W. & Annie Bolin, d. 9 Ap. 1909

Bolin, R. H. - b. 19 Mar. 1844, d. 5 Jly. 1887

Bolin, Catherine - b. 19 May 1845, d. 19 June 1898

Bounds, Alleen - b. 5 Nov. 1887, d. 30 June 1908

Bowden, Sarah Ann - 1961 - 1961 (Metal funeral marker)

Box, W. M. - b. 9 Oct. 1850, d. 11 Jan. 1926

Box, Susanah - b. 21 Sept. 1852, d. 8 Dec. 1899, o/s/w W. M. Box

Box, Bennie W. - b. 3 Oct. 1877, d. 3 June 1886, s/o W. M. & Susanah Box

Box, Robert M. - b. 10 Aug. 1858, d. 18 May 1891

Box, Wm. Y. - b. 19 Dec. 1822, d. 10 Feb. 1882

Box, Nancy - b. 19 Jly. 1828, d. 21 Jan. 1885

Box, Joseph J. - 20 Jan. 1856, d. 26 Ap. 1906, aged 50yrs 3 mos 6 dys

Box, Eliz Ellen - b. 3 May 1864, at Princeton, Ind., d. 26 Feb. 1918, Cumby, Texas. Wife of Joseph J. Box

Box, W. M. - 1891 - 1953

Box, Lola Lindley - 1892 - 1946, o/s/w W. M. Box

Brand, Howard - b. 22 Jly. 1898, d. 14 Dec. 1970

Brand, Verna Lee - b. 1 Sept. 1904, d. 19  May 1986, o/s/w Howard Brand

Branom, Lola E. - 1895 - 1962

Branom, Rachel E. - 1889 - 1947

Branom, Joe H. - d. 17 Oct. 1941 (Texas Sgt 144 Inf 36 Div)

Branom, Harvey - 1849 - 1929 (Obit - Harvey Branom, pioneer citizen of Cumby, who observed his eightieth birthday Monday, died at the family home at Cumby, Wednesday night. Death followed an illness of some duration. A son of Captain Branom, famous Cumby pioneer. He was the grandfather of Mrs. C. L. Black and a brother to of Mrs. J. R. Ingram of Cumby. Funeral services will be held from the late residence of the deceased, conducted by Dr. W. R. Graham, pastor of Grace Methodist Church. ( Hokins Co. Echo, Fri. June 28, 1929)

Branom, Susie T. - 1862 - 1949, o/s/w Harvey Branom

Branom, Sallie - 1880 - 1974

Branom, Curt - 1875 - 1949

Branom, Jeff Wm. - 1890 - 1933

Branom, Ollie R. - b. 1880, d. _____, o/s/w Jeff Wm. Branom

Branom, Billy Sue - 1823 - 1933, o/s/w Jeff & Ollie Branom

Branom, Brack - b. 14 Nov. 1886, d. 5 Jan. 1919

Branom, Della - b. 24 Mar. 1887, d. 2 Aug. 1960

Branom, Lorena - 1900 - 1968

Branom, Milton - 1857 - 1937

Branom, Beulah R. - 1867 - 1945, w/o Milton Branom

Branom, D. Merritt - 1862 - 1930 (Obit - D. M. Branom - Commere, Texas, Jan. 10, 1930 - Funeral services for D. M.Branom, 67, who died Thursday morning at his home here, well be held Saturday afternoon at Cumby with burial there. He lived in and near Commerce all his life and is survived by his wife and seven children - Mrs. Mary Young and Mrs. Jewell Woodall, Dallas; Leon and Patra, Commerce; Tecumseh, Detroit, Michigan; Buster, Fort Bliss; and Mrs Opal Peek, Paducah; four brothers, W. J., Emblem; Abe, Commerce; Tecumseh, Pauls Valley, Okla.; and Milton, Cumby; and three sisters, Mrs. Ingram, Greenville; Mrs. Smith, Okla.; and Miss Ruby Branom, Cumby)

Branom, Mary Rue - 1874 - 1966, o/s/w D. Merritt Branom

Branom, Belle Weaver - 1861 - 1929 (Obit - Mrs. Albert Branom died Monday night in Cumby after several days critical illness. She was about 65 years old and had spent most of her life in Cumby. She is survived by her husband and two children, Frank Weaver of Cumby and Mrs Gibb Gilchrist of Austin. She also leaves two sisters, Mrs. W. W. Long of Sulphur Sprins and Mrs. C., A. Bridges of Glen Rose, and one brother, John Kennemur of Brashear. Funeral services and burial took place in Cumby.) (Hopkins Co. Echo, Fri., Ap. 26, 1929)

Branum, A. - 1848 - 1938 (Obit - Albert Branum, near 90 years of age, died at his home in Cumby. The funeral was held at that place with burial in the Cumby cemetery. His wife preceded him in death. Two children surviving are Mrs. C. W. Bolin and Curt Branum of Cumby. Step-children surviving are Frank Weaver of Cumby, and Mrs. Gibb Gilchrist of College Station. ) Daily News-Telegram, Mon, May 2, 1938)

Branum, Sarah M. E. - 1850 - 1889

Branum, A. L., Dr. - b. 16 Oct. 1880, d. 18 Feb,. 1907

Branum, T. Pierce - b, 24 Dec. 1888, d. 15 Ap. 1893 ( Obit - Pierce Branum, son of Albert Branom, died suddenly Saturday. He lived with his grandfather, Captian Branom.) ( Black Jack Grove paper, Ap. 20, 1893)

Branum, Hardie - b. 8 Oct. 1882, d. 1 Dec. 1882

Branum, A. J. - b. 3 Nov. 1883, d. 25 Nov. 1884

Branum, Sarah M. E. - b. 14 Sept. 1850, d. 12 Nov. 1889, w/o Albert Branum

Branum, M., Capt. - b. 18 Feb. 1825, d. 24 Jan. 1900 (He was a Mason in 1847. Charter Members Hopkins Lodge No. 180 AF & AM, continuous member of 44 years to the day.) (Obit - Captian Merit Branum, born Feb. 18, 1825, d. Jan. 24, 1900, at his home near town. He fell from a wagon sometime in the forenoon, but his injuries were thought to be slight. Dr. McFarlin was called in and administered to him, but soon left the Captain cheerful and doing well. But in a few minutes he asked his son, Merit, to raise him up. He did so, but instead of relief the old man died at once in the arms of his son. Thus passed away, a hero of a thousand dangers and a pioneer of his race. Since 1839, he has been of and for Hopkins County and Texas. A Captain of the Texas Rangers, when to be a private in the ranks during the civil war was a mark of the strongest manhood. He looked after the welfare of the few settlements in this part of the state and made it possible for the whites to survive the fury of their Indian enemies. In peace and in war he has for these long years followed the path of duty as a lover of his country and his God.)

Branum, Eliza E. - b. 10 Mar. 1823, d. 14 Mar. 1904, w/o Merit Branum

Branum, Maloney - b. 5 Jan. 1860, d. 13 Feb. 1905

Branum, Lucy A. - b. 29 June 1864, d. 28 Ap. 1946

Brasher, Bessie - 1883 - 1889, d/o E. H. & B. Brasher

Brasher, Finette - 1853 - 1919

Brecheen, Celia E. - b. 20 Jan. 1875, d. 19 Feb. 1942

Brecheen, infant son of W. H. & Nora Brecheen, b&d 7 Jly. 1911

Brecheen, William Horace - b. 10 Mar. 1860, d. 27 Ap. 1941

Brecheen, Nora Barnes - b. 11 Sept. 1873, d. 18 Nov. 1918, o/s/w William Horace Brecheen

Brewer, Ashley - b. 16 Sept. 1882, d. 3 June 1883, s/o J. A. & A. J. Brewer

Brewer, J. A. - b. 18 Jan. 1847, d. 26 Mar. 1923

Brewer, Alice - b. 18 Jan. 1852, d. 28 Ap. 1888, o/s/w J. A. Brewer

Brewer, W. E. - b. 31 Dec. 1872, d. 10 June 1940

Brewer, Maude E. - b. 31 Dec. 1876, d. 4 May 1923, w/o W. E. Brewer

Bridges, William Joseph - b. 7 Nov. 1936, d. 2 Ap. 1939

Bridges, Ewell Deckman - b. 4 June 1904, d. 1 Jly. 1926 (Obit - Deckman Bridges passed away Thursday morning at the home of his parents, Mr. & Mrs. C. A. Bridges, on North Davis street, after an illness of several weeks. Services to be held in the home, with interment to follow in the cemetery at Cumby. He was born in Cumby 22 years ago the 4th of June, and lived there all his life until moving to Sulphur Springs about eight years ago. The first of May he went to Dallas to accept a position, and soon thereafter was stricken seriously ill. He is survived by his parents, two brothers, Jack and Charles, and one sister, Louise.) (Daily News- Telegram, Thurs. July 1, 1926) (Later reported - Mr. & Mrs. Gib Gilchrist of Dallas attended the funeral of their cousin, Deckman Bridges.)

Bridges, Billy - b. 1 Dec. 1920, d. 18 Mar. 1921

Bridges, Thelma Christine - b. 3 Mar. 1903, d. 6 Jan. 1905

Bridges, Ona - b. 22 Mar. 1881, d. 12 June 1957

Bridges, Charles A. - 1858 - 1948

Brown, M. - b. 16 Aug. 1858, in Holmes Co., Miss., d. Sept. 1883

Brown, M. Daniel - b. 28 Ap. 1830, d. 30 Jly 1904

Brown, Salina Jane - b. 3 June 1834, d. 2 Feb. 1886, o/s/w M. Daniel Brown

Brown, Andrew Pinkney, Dr. - 1869 - 1933 (Served mankind 45 years as a loved physican)

Brown, Lucile - b. 14 Sept. 1871, d. 28 Jly. 1905, o/s/w Dr. Andrew Pinkney Brown

Brown, Della E. - 1878 - 1964

Brown, Unwin H. - 1877 - 1959

Brown, Lorene - 1899 - 1930

Brown, Mildred Fay - 1901 - 1905

Bryan, Mary L. - b. 18 Jly. 1872, d. 24 Jly. 1883, d/o J. S. P. & M. A. Bryan

Buchanan, J. C. - b. 31 Dec. 1919, d. ___________

Buchanan, Audry, b. 10 Sept. 1924, d. _____________, o/s/w J. C. Buchanan

Bullard, M. J. - b. 5 Jan. 1892, d. 29 Jly. 1972

Bullard, Audrey L. - b. 28 Aug., 1896, d. _____________, o/s/w M. J. Bullard

Burk, Lee Omer - b. 9 Dec. 1892, d. 25 Mar. 1971

Burk, infant - b&d 30 Oct. 1902, infant of A.E. & L. H. Burk

Burk, Mary A. - b. 20 June 1901, d. 27 Sept. 1902, d/o of A. E. & L. H. Burk

Burk, W. H. - b. 24 Dec. 1834, in York, Pa., d. 20 June 1903

Burk, Amanda A. - b. 13 Jly. 1844, in Ironton, Mo., d. 5 May 1933

Burk, W. H., Jr. - b. 14 Jan. 1864, d. 14 Oct. 1905

Burns, Wilbur B. - 1886 - 1946

Burns, Delphia Ann - 1887 - 1914, o/s/w Wilbur B. Burns

Burns, Barney E. - 1912 - 1963

Burns, Gladine - b. 1915, d. ______, o/s/w Barney E. Burns

Burns, E. A. "Preacher" - b. 31 Jly. 1909, d. 28 June 1969

Burns, Willie Lou - b. 18 Aug. 1916, d. _____________, o/s/w E. A. Burns

Burroughs, William T. - b. 6 Oct. 1886, d. 8 Jan. 1892, s/o J. H. & F. L. Burroughs

Byrd, Mollie - b. 1 Jan. 1861, d. 17 Sept. 1884

Callan, Clarence - b. 19 Feb. 1891, d. 19 Ap. 1975 (Metal Funeral Marker)

Callan, Jeannie Sue - b. 17 Mar. 1955, d. 14 May 1964

Callan, Jack - b. 30 Oct. 1900, d. ______

Callan, Thelma - b. 26 Feb. 1902, d. 2 Oct. 1970, o/s/w Jack Callan

Caudle, James O. - 1903 - 1958

Caudle, Vera C. - 1907 - ______, o/s/w James O. Caudle

Carpenter, Richard - 1837 - 1924 ( Obit - A pioneer citizen of Hopkins County died at his home north of Cumby late Christmas Eve, and the remains were buried at Cumby. He was 88 years old and a native of Ireland, having come to the United States when a young man. He enlisted in the Confederate Army in the army of Virginia. At the close of the civil war he went to New Orleans and came to Hopkins County about the year of 1868 and continued to make this county his home thereafter. He served four terms as commissioner of Hopkins County and one term as superintendent of the county farm. He is survived by his wife and four children, as follows: Bob Carpenter, Kansas City; Emmet and Edgar, Cumby country; and Mrs. Merritt Smith Commerce. ) ( Daily News-Telegram, Dec. 1924)

Carpenter, Margaret - 1853 - 1938, o/s/w Richard Carpenter

Carson, Warren W. - b. 19 June 1913, d. 13 Sept. 1966

Carson, Ouida R. - b. 26 Feb. 1921, d. 20 Ap. 1975

Cass, Dora - 1870 - 1941

Cate, Hida - b. 12 Nov. 1871, d. 2 Nov. 1897

Cate, Charles C. - No dates (Co K 9 Tex Cav CSA)

Cate, Mollie - b. 25 Dec. 1843, d. 15 Oct. 1888

Cate, W. R., Dr. - b. 8 May 1870, d. 19 Oct. 1934 ( Obit - Commerce Journal - Funeral services for Dr. W. Cate, prominent physician of this city, were held at the First Methodist Church, conducted by Rev. S. M. Black. Interment was made in the cemetery at Cumby, the birthplace of the deceased. His death came Thursday morning as he lay sleeping at his home on Washington street. His demise was unexpected as he had given no indication of feeling ill. The deceased was vice-president of the Texas Public Health Assoc., receiving the honor of that important post at a recent convention of the organization held in Abilene. He and Mrs. Cate, both attended the meeting. The was city health officer of this city. Dr. Cate was born near Black Jack Grove, now Cumby, Texas, May 1870, the son of Charles C. & Molly Cate. He first attended medical school in Memphis, Tennessee, later going to the Oklahoma City Medical College. He became a medical doctor in 1917, when he removed to Commerce, where he resided till his death. Early in his career he wed Miss Annie Titus. To this union were born the following children: Graham T. Cate of Commerce, Mrs. Hydah Griffitts of Commerce, W. R. Cate, Jr. of Austin, and Charles Cate of Borger. Mrs. Cate also survives. (Reprinted in Hopkins Co. Echo, Oct. 26, 1934)

Cate, Annie E. - b. 10 Oct. 1873, d. 24 May 1952

Cates, T. J. - b. 8 Nov. 1825, d. 6 Feb. 1890

Castner, Mark - b. 7 Jan. 1866, d. 11 Mar. 1886, s/o W. H. & S. Castner

Castner, W. H. - 1831 - 1902

Castner , Minnie May - b, 24 Mar. 1890, d. 14 Oct. 1891, d/o O. J. & W. Castner

Caudle, James R. - b. 16 Feb. 1877, d. 18 June 1953

Caudle, Laura E. - b. 15 Mar. 1877, d. 6 Jan. 1953

Caudle, J. H. - b. 7 Ap. 1841, d. 3 Sept. 1906

Center, Fleming W. - d. 12 Jan. 1923 (Co C 1st Ark Mtd Riflemen CSA)

Clark, Jesse - 1902 - 1924 (Obit - Jesse Clark, died at the home of his father, Dr. Clark, of Cumby, from the effects of appendicitis. He was operated on a few days before in order to relieve him, but he grew worse until the end came. (Daily News-Telegram, Jan. 30, 1924)

Clark, Jarvis - 1900 - 1959

Carlton, Myron L. - b. 6 Oct. 1912, d. 10 Ap, 1933

Clemons, Vera G. - b. 13 Dec. 1893, d. 28 Ap. 1958, d/o Eugene & Rebecca Williams

Clemons, Isaac N. - b. 5 Jly. 1895, d. 21 Jan. 1958 (Texas Pvt Co E 164 Inf WW I)

Cole, D. W. - b. 31 Oct. 1820, d. 5 Mar. 1885

Cole, Rebecca A. - b. 29 Mar. 1821, d. 26 Sept. 1882, w/o D. W. Cole

Cole, Janorah C. - b. 15 Dec. 1860, d. 21 Feb. 1861

Cole, (Stone broken, tried with every thing to read stone, but couldn’t)

Collins, Elmer L. - b. 23 Sept. 1902, d. 22 June 1904, s/o E. W. & L. P. Collins

Collins, Virgil G. - 1881 - 1944

Collins, Mary Lona - 1887 - 1946, o/s/w Virgil G. Collins

Connor, William E., M. D. - b. 17 Nov. 1872, d. 7 Ap. 1932

Connor, Blanche Myers - b. 18 Nov. 1887, d. 31 Jan. 1974

Connor, Marvin M., M. D. - b. 5 Sept. 1916, d. 19 Jan. 1970

Connor, Mary Kate - b, 5 Dec, 1879, d. 29 June 1908, w/o Dr. W. E. Connor (Obit - Mrs. Kate Connor, nee Miss Kate Holderness, died June 28 (sic) 1908. Her death had been expected daily by the public for several months. She married Dr. W. E. Connor about two years ago and leaves a boy who has been tenderly cared for R. W. Harris and wife since its birth. Funeral held at the Methodist church, conducted by C. B. Fildgar, assisted by Revs Kirk and Little. Her brothers and sisters were here from Oklahoma and Texas, and businesses closed to honor this woman. She left minute directions as to her burial, and these were carried out. She requested that Mr. Tapp of Sulphur Springs be in charge of the funeral)

Cooper, Roy Winson - b. 9 Jan. 1903, d. 29 Jly. 1960

Cox, F. E. - 1831 - 1905

Cox, Mary - 1833 - 1909, o/s/w F. E. Cox (Obit - Cox, one of the oldest residents of Cumby, died last Saturday while visiting her daughter, Mrs. Kerby, at Greenville. She went there just two weeks before in apparently good health. She was brought to Cumby Sunday where the funeral services were conducted by Bro. Barrett, her pastor, after which the remains were placed in the City (Cumby) cemetery. Several sons and daughters survive her. She was born 1833 in Tennessee and has lived in Texas over sixty years. ( S. S. Gazette, Fri., June 17, 1910, Cumby column dated June 15th) (Please note the difference in the death date.)

Cranberry, M. R. - (Co. B 20 Ga Inf CSA)

Cranberry, Flora - b. 19 Jan. 1893, d. 12 Feb. 1895

Craven, Vera M. - b. 22 Dec. 1890, d. 23 Dec. 1962

Craven, Rothell F. - b. 25 Jly. 1889, d. 21 Sept. 1966

Cross, R. Kyle - 1878 - 1945

Cross, Mary C. - 1876 - 1961, o/s/w R. Kyle Cross

Cross, Dale - 1909 - 1975

Cross, Matthew Flem - b. 15 Jan. 1889, d. 18 Feb. 1970 (Texas Pfc 1 Mech Regt Air AVC WW I)

Cross, Minnie L. - b. 18 Aug. 1897, d.____________, o/s/w Matthew Flem Cross

Cross, Catherine, b. 1 Jan. 1907, d. 14 May 1974

Cross, W. C. - 1852 - 1894

Cross, Hettie R. - 1852 - 1929, o/s/w W. C. Cross (Obit - Mrs. Etta Cross, mother of Mrs. Jim Rippy, died Monday night at the family residence in Cumby after a lingering illness. She was a pioneer citizen of that place. Funeral services and burial took place in Cumby. ( Hopkins Co. Echo, Fri., Mar. 29, 1929)

Cross, Connie B. - b. 23 Nov. 1926, d. 28 Nov. 1954

Cross, M. A. - 1885 - ______

Cross, Disa Ellen - 1888 - 1964

Cross, infant - b. 10 Nov. 1910, d. 11 Nov. 1910, infant of M. A. & D. E. Cross

Cross, Richard O. - "Baby" no dates

Cross, W. J. "Jack" - 1882 - 1954

Cross, Molly - 1885 - 1924 (Obit - Mrs. Jack Cross, died at her home in Cumby after an illness of eight days with pneumonia. She was 35 years and leaves a husband and several children to mourn her loss. ( Daily News-Telegram, Mar. 5, 1924)

Cross, Bob - b. 26 Jly. 1887, d. 30 Oct. 1964

Cross, Estelle - b. 31 Dec. 1887, d. 14 Feb. 1920

Cross, Elizabeth - b. 27 May 1827, d. 31 Jan. 1882, w/o J. R. Cross

Cross, Nannie - b. 22 Dec. 1851, d. 27 June 1882. w/o R. J. Cross

Cross, infant b. 13 Mar. 1882, d. 21 May 1882, s/o R. J. & N. A. Cross

Cross, Joe - d. 17 Aug. 1895, age 4 yrs 6 mos 17 days, s/o R. J. & N. A. Cross

Curlee, Sudie - 1876 - 1903, d/o Archilbald & Emeline Curlee. (Sardis, Tenn. - Teacher - Baptist)

Currin, J. F. - b. 24 Jan. 1821, d. 16 May 1900

Currin, Susan - b. 20 Oct. 1827, d. 23 Dec. 1886, o/s/w J. F. Currin

Currin, Rupert Waire - b,. 1 Dec, 1901, d. 24 Dec. 1963

Currin, Zelda Mae Hull - b. 28 Dec. 1901, d. ____________, o/s/w Rupert Waire Currin

Currin, James Henry - b. 14 Aug. 1889, d. 21 May 1941

Currin, Arcie Cherry - b. 12 Mar. 1897, d. __________, o/s/w James Henry Currin

Currin, James M. - b. 31 Aug. 1856, d. 31 Jly. 1902

Currin, Belle - b. 6 Jly. 1864, d. 11 Ap. 1934, o/s/w James M. Currin (Obit - Mrs. Belle Currin, pioneer Hopkins county citizen, and mother of R. W. Currin and Mrs. E. W. Lindley of this city, died at her home in Cumby Tuesday morning following an illness of several years duration. Funeral services were held at the Baptist church in Cumby, conducted by Rev. Joseph Pierce of Greenville. Mrs. Belle Smith Currin was born in Alabama, July 6, 1864. When a small child she came to Texas with her father and settled in Campbell, later moving to Hopkins County. She was married to Jim M. Currin in Cumby, June 19, 1883. Seven children were born to this union. Mr. Currin died in 1902. She was a charter member of the Eastern Star Chapter in Cumby, and served as Worthy Matron during the war period. She is survived by the following children: Mrs. Stella West, Commerce; Mrs Ella Denny and B. C. Currin, Greenville; Mrs. Della Branom, Dallas; Mrs. Rilla Lindley and R. W. Currin, Sulphur Springs.) (Hopkins Co. Echo, Ap. 13, 1934 ) Later it was reported that she was the daughter of John T. Smith.

Currin, Bert M. - b. 15 Ap. 1895, d. 15 Sept. 1920 ( Obit - Bert Currin, one of the best known young men in Cumby community, died Wednesday from the effects of an operation in Greenville last Friday for appendicitis. He was 24 years old and leaves a young wife.)

Currin, Ben Frank - 1909 - 1969

Currin, R. F. - 1882 - 1947

Currin, Nannie - 1883 - 1929, o/s/w R. F. Currin (Obit - Mrs. Rupert Currin, formerly of Cumby, died Tuesday morning in Dallas. She was about 50 years old and lived in Cumby until moving to Dallas several years ago. She leaves her husband and several children. Funeral services and burial took place in Cumby. ( Hopkins Co. Echo, Fri., Feb. 8, 1929)

Currin, Oliver Milton - 1910 - 1938 (Obit - Oliver Currin - Final rites for Oliver Currin, who was found dead in Dallas Friday, were held in Cumby. (Dailey News-Telgram, Mon. Feb. 28, 1938)

Currin, Lucious J. - 1849 - 1917

Currin, Mary E. - 1868 - 1965, o/s/w Lusious J. Currin

Currin, Clarence A. - 1894 - 1968

Currin, Velma Lee - 1897 - __________, o/s/w Clarence A. Currin

Currin, Ray H. - b. 17 Nov. 1921, d. 7 Ap. 1945 ( Texas Pvt. 383 Inf. 96 Inf. Div. WW II )

Currin, Bascom C. - 1891 - 1954 (Rancher - Merchant)

Currin, Ruby Williams - no dates ( Poet - Musician)

Currin, Maurine A. - no dates (Social Worker)

Davis, C. R. - b. 15 Mar. 1844, d. ????? (Stone broken)

Davis, Laura E. - b. 21 Sept. 1863, d. 8 Jan. 1886, w/o C. R. Davis, d/o T. J. & A. Cates

Davis, infant - b. 10 Dec. 1891, d. 18 Dec. 1891, d/o A. S. & E. S. Davis

Davis, infant - b. 25 Sept. 1895, d. 16 May 1896, s/o A. S. & E. S. Davis

Davis, Clara - b. 13 Ap. 1883, d. 28 Nov. 1893, d/o A. S. & E. S. Davis

Davis, Daniel Everett - b. 16 Feb. 1889, d. 26 Jly. 1891, s/o A. S. & E. S. Davis

Davis, infant - b. 29 Jly. 1897, d. 19 Sept. 1897, infant of A. E. & E. S. Davis

Davis, infant - b. 29 Jly. 1897, d. 20 Sept. 1897, infant of A. E. & E. S, Davis

Davis, Wilford Winfield - b. 1Mar. 1880, d. 18 June 1915 ( Obit - Wilford Davis died in Denver, Colorado, June 18, 1915, of tuberculosis. He had sought health in many places, the last few years spent at Adams Memorial Home in Denver. He contributed much to magazines and newspapers. The speech he wrote, which was read in Congress by a member of Kansas and entered on the Congressional record, was a marvel in subject and resulted in much good. His body was accompanied from Denver by his sisters, Misses Lottie and Ruby, and were met at Ft. Worth by his brothers, Henry and Sherwood. Four of his sisters were with him at his death, Misses Effie and Bessie, and Mrs. Austin of Vicksburg, Mississippi, and Mrs. Joe Lowe of Cumby. It was his desire to be laid to rest in his boy-hood home beside his mother. Burial was made in Cumby cemetery. (Cumby Rustlery, June 25, 1915)

DeLoach, infant - b&d 18 Ap. 1872, s/o M. & H. E. DeLoach

DeLoach, Matthew - b. 31 Jly. 1843, d. 8 Aug. 1922

Deloach, Harriett - b. 14 Mar. 1846, d. 16 Aug. 1917, o/s/w Matthew DeLoach

Denton, Lucy B. - b. 21 Aug. 1871, d. 25 Jly. 1934, w/o Andrew J. Denton

Denton, A. J. - b. 6 Aug. 1855, d. 16 Mar. 1948

Denton, Emma - b. 14 Jan. 1861, d. 14 Dec. 1903, o/s/w A. J. Denton

Denton, infant - b&d 8 June 1909, s/o A. W. & Maude Denton

Dickson, C. M. - b. 3 Jly. 1863, d. 3 Feb. 1903

Dickson, Mary J. - 1857 - 1903

Dickson, B. R., Dr. - b. 26 Mar. 1836, d. 14 Ap. 1884

Dickson, Prudie A. - b. 7 Ap. 1842, d. 4 Jan. 1922, o/s/w Dr. B. R, Dickson

Dickson, Nancy - b. 7 Oct. 1806, d. 18 June 1884, o/s/w Lee Howard and J. E. Howard

Dickson, Ellar - 1847 - 1929

Dickson, Mary R. - 1857 - 1941, o/s/w Ellar Dickson

Dodson, Elzada - b. 19 Jly. 1883, d. 22 Sept. 1888, d/o S. L. & L. F. Dodson

Dodson, L. F. - b. 8 Jly. 1856, d. 17 Dec. 1900, w/o S. E. Dodson

Dodson, Martha E. - b. 5 Feb. 1877, d. 9 Jan. 1912, d/o J. W. & E. D. Dodson (Baptist) (Obit - Miss Marth E. "Mattie" Dodson, of Alabama, who had been here for some weeks with her parents visiting the family of Johnny Greaves, died January 9, 1912, from meningitis after a week of suffering. Burial was made in our cemetery (Cumby). She was the daughter of Mr. & Mrs. J. W. Dodson.) ( Cumby Rustler ) Later reported - It was thought she contacted the meningitis while in Dallas.

Dorsey, Richard Hugh - b. 11 May 1939, d. 11 Dec. 1970 (Texas Sgt. US Marine Corps)

Downing, G. W. - b.11 May 1818, Maury Co., Tenn., d. 29 Jan. 1891

Downing, Victory - 17 Mar. 1863

Downing, Iry - Dec. 1886

Downing, Gracy - b. 26 Aug. 1879, d. 16 June 1883, d/o J. H. & N. J. Downing

Drake, Maricille - b. 18 Oct. 1914, d. 17 Feb. 1933

Drake, William B. - b. 27 Ap. 1885, d. _____

Drake, Lota Mae - b. 30 Dec. 1889, d. _____ o/s/w William B. Drake

Drake, W. H. - b. 2 June 1851, d. Nov. 1905, h/o M. A. Drake

Drake, Porter A. - b. 23 Feb. 1893, d. 30 Jly. 1921

Drake, Claude E. - b. 12 June 1884, d. 26 Nov. 1892, s/o W. H. & M. A. Drake

Dusek, Frank J. - 1885 - 1961

Dusek, Lillian A. - 1884 - 1968

Earle, John P. - date missing, s/o E. J. & E. J. Earle

Earle, Frank R. - b. 4 Sept. 1887, d. 28 Sept. 1892

Eaves, Birdie Lillie - b. 11 Jly. 1888, d. 25 Feb. 1962

Edmonds, Allen Frazer, Jr. - b. 23 May 1951, d. 3 June 1951

Edmonds, Wallace Carlton - b. 23 Aug. 1942, d. 8 Oct. 1942

Edmonds, Olin E. - d. 25 Feb. 1930 ( Texas Sgt. 1 CL 18 Balloon Co.)

Edmonds, William B. - 1871 - 1961

Edmonds, Daisy L. - 1874 - 1964

Edmonds, William C. - b. 6 Oct. 1897, d. 17 June 1971 (Texas Y1 US Navy WW I)

Edmonds, Nita B. - b. 27 Dec. 1896, d. _____, w/o William C. Edmonds

Ellis, Will W. - b. 24 Jan. 1874, d. 1 Sept. 1953

Ellis, Nancy J. - b. 12 Sept. 1875, d. 11 Feb. 1971, os/w Will W. Ellis

Elsberry, Charles F. - 1840 - 1933

Elsberry, Susan S. - 1844 - 1923, o/s/w Charles F. Elsberry

Elsberry, Harvey - b. 9 Sept. 1885, d. 19 Oct. 1886, s/o C. F. & S. S. Elsberry

Elsberry, Bennie F. - d. 6 Mar. 1891, s/o C. F. & S. S. Elsberry

Elsberry, G. D. - b. 1 Feb. 1876, d. 22 Sept. 1903

Elsberry, Cordie - b. 11 Jan. 1875, d. 24 Feb. 1956

Elsberry, check Ingam

Estes, Amanda E. - 1924 - 1936

Fant, Susan R. - b. 18 May 1850, d. 22 Sept. 1877, w/o A. E. Fant

Fant, infant - infant dau. of A. E. & M. M. Fant (Stone broken)

Fant, A. E. - b. 1 Ap. 1839, d. 17 Feb. 1907

Fant, Mattie - b. 31 Aug. 1845, d. 20 Feb. 1900, w/o A. E. Fant

Fant, R. M. - b. 10 Jly. 1810, d. 27 May 1880

Fant, Sarah Magen - b. 18 June 1811, d. 1890, m. R. M. Fant, 6 Dec. 1831, o/s/w R. M. Fant

Follis, Mary, Mrs. - unmarked grave - (Obit - Mrs. Mary Follis, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. McCurdy, near Fairies, Tuesday morning and was buried at Cumby. She was the mother of our townsman, Tom Follis, and had lived here for 43 years, and a citizen of Texas 55 years, coming from Tennessee. She was the last surviving charter member of the Presbyterian church in Cumby. She was the mother of ten children.) (Cumby Rustler, Fir., Ap. 23, 1909) (Could she be one of the Follis markers that has no dates?)

Follis, - no dates

Follis - no dates

Follis - John W. - 1856 - 1898

Follis, Mary - 1860 - 1934, o/s/w John W. Follis (Obit - Mrs. Mary Follis died Tuesday night at the home of her son, Rowlin Follis, on Putman Street, at the age of 74 years. She was a native o f Georgia, but had made this county her home for sixty years. She was a member of the Presbyterian Chruch. Surviving are seven children: Rowlin Follis, Sulphur Springs; Will Follis, Commercie; Sim Follis, Memphis, Texas; Dan and Oscar Follis, Sulphur Springs; Mrs. Ella McIntire, Sulphur Springs; and Mrs. Omar Holt, Dike. Her husband passed away 37 years ago. Funeral services were held at the home of Rowlin Follis, conducted by Rev. C. P. Owen, with burial in Cumby) ( Hopkins Co. Echo, Sept. 28, 1934)

Follis, Madonna – b. 14 Feb. 1905, d. 8 Mar. 1905

Follis, T. H. - b. 1 Jan. 1846, d. 7 Feb. 1917

Follis, Hattie - b. 10 Sept. 1876 - d. 25 Sept. 1954

Follis, John W. - b. 11 Nov. 1904, d. 29 Mar. 1958 (Texas Pfc US Army WW II )

Follis, J. D. "Boy" - b. 24 May 1899, d. _____

Follis, Ora Mae - b. 13 Mar. 1896, d. 6 Aug. 1950, o/s/w J. D. "Boy" Follis

Fouse, Wayne - b. 17 Feb. 1909, d. 7 Ap. 1974

Fouse, Jessie Keller - b. 27 Aug. 1908, d. 31 Jan. 1972, o/s/w Wayne Fouse

Fouse, R. E. - 1914 - 1964

Fouse, Ruthie M. - 1916 - ____, m. R. E. Fouse, 1938 - o/s/w R. E. Fouses

Fry, Elizabeth - b. 25 Feb. 1921, d. 4 Mar. 1921

Fry, Nolla - b. 1 Nov. 1900, d. 10 Aug. 1902, s/o C. Y. & S. E. Fry

Fry, Joyce - b. 26 Ap. 1903, d. 10 May 1904

Fry, Gladys Odele - b. 11 June 1911, d. 10 Oct. 1911

Fry, C. Y. - b. 26 May 1877, d. 18 Oct. 1924

Gage, Cardine W. Weston - d. 1864 ( 1850 census - wife of E. N. Gage, born abt. 1812)

Gage, Mahala - b. 18 Aug. 18??, d. 9 Jly. 18??

Gaskey, Clemen - b. 18 Sept. 1848, d. 19 Feb. 1911

Gaskey, Jessie - b. 20 Feb. 1870, d. 26 Jan. 1886

Gillis, Gaylord W. - 1889 - 1973

Gillis, Ethel Irons - 1892 - 1935, o/s/w Gaylord W. Gillis (Obit - Mrs. G. W. Gillis, returning from a visit in Shreveport, La., was killed and four other citizens were seriously injured in a car-truck mishap near Cason, Texas, on the Pittsburg-Daingerfield highway. She was about 40 years old. She is survived by her husband, two children, a daughter, Jeanette Gillis, injured in the wreck, and a son, G. W. Gillis, Jr., her father, T. H. Irons, and a brother, Guy Irons. Funeral services were held in Cumby with burial in the family cemetery. ( S. S. Gazette, Fri., Dec. 20, 1935)

Gillis, Gip - b. 5 Mar. 1891, d. 4 Ap. 1898, child of N. A. & V. T. Gillis

Gillis, Raymond - b. 19 Ap. 1893, d. 10 Feb. 1894

Gillis, Daniel - b. 18 Dec. 1878, d. 29 Oct. 1895, s/o Mr. & Mrs. N. A. Gillis

Gillis, Norman A. - b. 26 Jan. 1849, d. 14 Dec. 1901

Gillis, Victoria - b. 2 Jan. 1855, d. 30 Sept. 1910 (Obit - Mrs. Norman Gillis died last Saturday at her home in Cumby after several weeks illness. She was laid to rest in the Cumby cemetery after services at the Presbyterian Church which she was a member. She had spent her life in and near Cumby, and leaves several children. She was the daughter of Capt. Merit Branom, who was one of the prominent early settlers of Hopkins County. (Cumby Rustler, Fri., Oct. 7, 1910)

Gillis, Janie - 1882 - 1944

Gillis, Berry - 1885 - 1917

Gillis, Beckie - b. 9 Oct. 1810, d. 29 Nov. 1897

Gillis, W. M. - b. 8 Ap. 1851, d. 24 May 1864

Gillis, C. B. - b. 16 Jan. 1858, d. 20 Sept. 1861

Gillis, Addie - 1878 - 1965

Gordon, Mary Elizabeth - 1857 - 1938 ( Obit - Mrs. L. E. Gordon died Tuesday morning at her home in Greenville at the age of 80 years. The deceased was formerly a resident of Cumby. She was a member of the Baptist Church. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Pat Russell, Mrs. Arlie Smith, and Mrs. Charles Bowers, and a son, Monte Gordon, all of Greenville. Funeral services and burial will be held in Cumby.) ( Dailey News- Telegram, Tues., Feb. 1, 1938)

Gore, Patsy Jean - 1937 - 1939

Gore, John Felton - b. 4 Aug. 1881, d. 3 June 1933

Gore, Minnie Modena - b. 8 Jly. 1891, d. 3 Jan. 1972, o/s/w John Felton Gore

Gough, John T. - b. 13 Aug. 1900, d. 4 Feb. 1962

Graves, J. W. - 1872 - 1938

Graves, Allie - 1878 - 1957

Graves, Martha Jane - 1911 - 1918

Greaves, Harry M. - b. 10 June 1894, d. 9 Jly. 1914 (Obit - Harry Millingon Greaves died of Typhoid at the family residence in Cumby, July 10 (sic) 1914, after seventeen day suffering. Funeral services were held at the home, conducted by Bro. Rea. Burial was made at the Cumby cemetery. He was born June 10, 1894.)

Greaves, Lottie Lucile - b. 22 Nov. 1907, d. 4 May 1923

Greaves, S. D. - b. 12 Feb. 1863, d. 12 Mar. 1929 (Obit - S. D. Greaves died at the family residence in Cumby Tuesday night after a lingering illness. He was about 70 years old and had lived most of his life in that town. He had been actively interested in the banking business of Cumby and a stockholder in the City National Bank of Sulphur Springs for the past thirty years. He had other large business interest in the county and elsewhere. He is survived by his wife and three sons, Ashley Greaves of Hermleigh; S. D. Greaves, Jr., Dallas; and Jack Greaves, Cumby. Funeral and burial will take place at Cumby (Hopkins Co. Echo, Fri. Mar. 15, 1929)

Greaves, Ada - b. 4 Jan. 1871, d. 28 Sept. 1950

Green, W. A. - b. 19 Nov. 1809, d. 11 Ap. 1892, h/o S. A. Green

Green, M. M. - b. 14 Aug. 1802, d. 22 Mar. 1878, w/o W. A. Green

Green, D. Bert - 1894 - 1947

Green, Pauline - 1918

Green, Clara - 1896 - 1918

Green Leila - 1880 - 1941

Green, James David - b. 27 Sept. 1923, d. 19 Dec. 1936, s/o E. C. & Bertha Green

Green, Danile Milford - b. 18 Jly. 1926, d. 4 May 1945 (Texas Pfc 1st Marines, 1st Marine Div. WW II )

Green, D. L. - b. 17 Sept. 1865, d. 5 Dec. 1939

Green, Annie E. - b. 17 May 1874, d. 8 Ap. 1965

Green, D. C. - b. 18 June 1901, d. 20 Aug. 1938

Green, J. A. - b. 13 Aug. 1899, d. 8 Ap. 1957

Green, Wilson A. - b. abt. 1810, d. Ap. 1892 - unmarked grave

Green, B. F. - b. 20 Sept. 1800, d. 10 Mayu 1865

Green, Lucy A. - b. 30 Dec. 1812, d. 4 June 1873, o/s/w B. F. Green

Green, Muriel A. - infant - no dates

Green, Miller M. - b. 20 Mar. 1836, d. 11 Dec. 1919 (Obit - M. M. Green, a pioneer citizen of Hopkins County, died Tuesday night at his home in Cumby at the ago of more than 83 years. Burial was made in Cumby. He was born near Daingerfield, but, with his family, moved to Hopkins County 68 years ago. He was a member of the Texas Rangers for two years, and fought valiantly for the Confederate Army for four long years. He carried the chain when the town of Greenville was surveyed, and was deputy sheriff when the county seat of Hopkins County was moved from Old Tarrant to Sulphur Springs. In fact, he is older than the State of Texas, having been born under the Republic of Texas two years before Texas became a State. He has lived in Cumby longer than any other man, and has raised a family of splendid sons and daughters; his wife having already preceded him to the Great Beyond. The living children are as follows: D. H. Green, Perry Green, B. F. Green, Mrs. Flora Mathis, Miss Pearl Green and Miss Juanita Green.) (Hopkins Co. Echo, Dec. 12, 1919)

Green, Ophella A. - b. 9 June 1849, d. 24 Jan. 1902

Green, M. Dickens - b. 22 Dec. 1877, d. 25 Nov. 1906

Green, Pearl A. - b. 22 Dec. 1874, d. 1 Sept. 1960

Green, Benjamin F. - b. 4 Oct. 1884, d. 7 Sept. 1974 (Recognized as a distinguish citizen of Texas - Who’s Who in 1973 - 1974)

Green, D. H. "Hugh" - b. 2 Ap. 1880, d. 10 Sept. 1951

Green, Eleanor V. - b. 21 Aug. 1914, d. 5 Dec. 1916

Green, Bird King - b. 23 Jan. 1880, d. ___

Green, E. Bruce - 1891 - 1937

Green, Willie - 1887 - 1938

Green, G. A. - d. Ap. 1956

Green, Maymon - b. 16 Ap. 1916, d. 19 Dec. 1970

Green, Mary - b. 24 Sept. 1917, d. ____________, o/s/w Maymon Green

Green, M. Perry - b. 26 Mar. 1882, d. 26 May 1922

Green, Mauda A. - b. 1 Dec. 1886, d. 12 Dec. 1940, o/s/w M. Perry Green

Guinn, J. K. - b. 5 Jan. 1859, d. 11 Ap. 1929 (Obit - J. K. Guinn died Thursday afternoon (11 Ap. 1929)of last week after an illness of nearly two months. He was stricken on the streets of Cumby about February 20, and after having been carried home, never left his bed again. Mr. Guinn had resided in Cumby twelve years, moving here from Quinlan, Hunt County, to have charge of the affairs of the Cumby Mercantile Co. which at the time was one of the largest mercantile firms of this section of the state. Prior to coming here Mr. Guinn was business manager for the T. B. Keasler firm of Quinlan for two years, having previously been connected with Mr. Keasler^Ňs business at Hughes Springs in Cass County for more than 25 years. Mr. Guinn was a man of keen business foresight and was a sound reasoner of business problems. During his residence here he has been connected with the banks of Cumby as director and was active in the affairs of these institutions. Mr. Guinn was married first in 1882, his first wife having died in 1925. He later was married to the wife that survives. He is also survived by three sons and three daughters, R. M. of Cumby, C. A. of Commerce, Joe of Dallas, Mrs. Eva Mashburn of Dallas, and Miss Blanche of Cumby. He had long been a member of the Presbyterian Church. Funeral services were held at the Presbyterian Church, being conducted by Rev. J.H. Woodard, assisted by Rev. Alex Hubbard, pastor of the local Methodist Church. The remains were conveyed to the local cemetery and laid to rest in the family burying plat. (Obituary gave three daughters but listed only two)

Guinn, Isabelle - 1865 - 1925, w/o J. K. Guinn

Guinn, Claud A. - 1883 - 1931

Guinn, Mabel L. - 1887 - 1970, o/s/w Claud A. Guinn

Guinn, Paul Arliegh - b. 4 May 1912, d. 24 Jly. 1913, s/o Mr. & Mrs. C. A. Guinn

Hahand, Henry - 1886 - 1944

Hahand, Hattie - 1896 - 1973

Hale, Jack W. - 1912 - 1970 (Metal funeral marker)

Hale, Jackie Sue - b. 3 Oct. 1945, d. 5 Jly. 1956

Hall, Lewis A. - 1920 - 1957

Hall, Roy Lee - b. 14 Jan. 1898, d. 16 Jly. 1966

Hall, Roy, Mrs. - 1900 - 1942

Hall, Golden Taylor - b. 16 May 1902, d. 21 Jly. 1967

Hall, K. H. - 1876 - 1956

Hall, K. H., Mrs. - 1878 - 1961, o/s/w K. H. Hall

Hall, Stella May - b. 19 June 1903, d. 9 Aug. 1922

Hall, twins - boy and girl, d. 6 Sept. 1947

Hall, Joseph L. - b. 30 Jly. 1893, d. 19 Dec. 1951

Hall, Vera J. - b. 12 Feb. 1903, d. ___________, o/s/w Joseph L. Hall

Harbison, J. N. - b. 11 Aug. 1852, d. 25 Sept. 1919 (Obit - John Harbison, a pioneer citizen of Cumby, died last Friday at the age of 67. He is survived by his wife, one son, _____ daughters. (Hopkins Co. Echo, Oct. 3, 1919)

Harbison, Nora Maude - 1860 - 1937 (info by Judy Wise Blackburn)

Harmon, Lonnie W. - b. 18 Jan. 1896, d. 17 Mar. 1971 (Texas S1 USNR WW II )

Harris, Robert W. - b. 28 Ap. 1861, d. 19 Jly. 1934 (Obit - R. W. Harris, pioneer citizen of Hopkins County, died at his home in Cumby, Jly. 19, 1934, following a stroke of apoplexy Tuesday morning. He had passed his 73rd milepost, having been born in Cape Gibordeau at Neely’s Laning in Mississippi. He came to Texas as a young man, lived a short time at Pilot Point and then at Austin before moving to Cumby nearly half a century ago. He established the Harris Hardware store more than 44 years ago and continued business under the same name until the time of his death; it being the oldest business establishment in Hopkins County. Soon after coming to Cumby he married Miss Jennie Holderness, daughter of Dr. & Mrs. R. C. Holderness, in a double wedding ceremony with Mr. Verge Downing and Miss Claudie Currin, now of Durant, Oklahoma. He is survived by his wife and a foster son, Dr. Harris Connor, of Cleveland. Mr. Harris was never a member of any church, but one of the most active workers among church people. He was on the building committee of the present Methodist Chruch. For the past 35 years he been correspondent for the Dallas News and from week to week wrote for the News-Telegram and Hopkins Co. Echo under the name of "Old Timer." F uneral services held at the First Methodist Church of Cumby, conducted be Rev. Alexander Hubbard. The Masonic Lodge was in charge of services from the church to the cemetery where the last rites were held.) Hopkins Co. Echo, Jly. 27, 1934)

Harris, Virginia A. - b. 13 Ap. 1872, d. 19 June 1954, o/s/w Robert W. Harris

Hawkins, F. W. - b. 29 Feb. 1882, d. stone buried in ground

Helton, Joseph Walter - 1879 - 1965

Helton, Susan Ellen - 1883 - 1964, m. Joseph Walter Helton 6 Dec. 1900, o/s/w Joseph Walter Helton

Helton, Walter S. - b. 14 June 1910, d. 8 Oct. 1972

Helton, Velma G. - b. 10 Jan. 1913, d. _________, o/s/w Walter S. Helton

Henderson, Willie - 1891 - 1894

Henderson, J. E. - 1856 - 1891

Henderson, Newell D. - b. 19 Sept. 1892, d. 19 Mar. 1968

Hodge, Susan V. - b. 29 Dec. 1859, d. 29 Jly. 1888, d/o J. M. & M. E. C. Hodge

Hodge, James M. - no dates ( Co B 47 Ala Inf C.S.A.)

Hodge, M. E. C., Mrs. - b. 14 Mar. 1840, d. 10 Sept. 1914

Holder, Douglas - b&d 1950

Holderness, R. N. - 2 Ap. 1858, d. 12 Aug. 1905

Holderness, R. C., Dr. - b. 11 Oct. 1827, d. 2 June 1905

Homer, Bertha Mae - b. 1 May 1880, d. 29 Jan. 1960

Hood, M. N. - b. 18 Sept. 1839, d. 2 Aug. 1909 (Obit - Mrs. Maggie Hood died Sunday night at the age of 69 years. Her husband, Jno. Hood, preceded her one or two years ago. Rev. Turner of the Presbyterian Church was in charge of the services.) (Cumby Rustler, Fri., Aug. 6, 1909)

Hood, J. G. - b. 27 Aug. 1841, d. 7 Mar. 1908

Hood, Robert A. - b. 12 June 1870, d. 13 Nov. 1961

Hood, Kinchie A. - b. 4 Jly. 1885, d. 8 Dec. 1968

Howard, J. E. - b. 15 Jan. 1831, d. _____

Howard, Lee - b. 15 Sept. 1841, d. 20 Dec. 1901, w/o J. E. Howard

Howard, J. M. - b. 17 May 1847, d. 10 Sept. 1914 (Obit - J. Mack Howard died this Friday morning after several weeks suffering from that dread disease, pellegra. Burial was made in the Cumby cemetery, conducted by Rev. W. P. Ray. He had spent his life around Donelton, Lone Oak and Cumby. His wife and relatives have our sympathy. ( Cumby Rustler, Sept. 11, 1914)

Howard, Annie E. - b. 12 Jly. 1851, d. 27 Sept. 1943

Howard, Sallie - b. 25 Oct. 1853, d. 18 Oct. 1914, w/o W. T. Howard

Hudgins, Alton Morgan - b. 6 Feb. 1905, d. 30 Mar. 1912, s/o J. M. & Ellie Hudgins

Hudgins, Ellie Morgan - 1884 - 1973

Hughes, Emaline - b. 6 Dec. 1840, d. 18 Aug. 1929

Hull, Walter Cleveland - b. 18 Aug. 1883, d. 11 Oct. 1940

Hull, Bessie Dickson - b. 23 Mar. 1886, d. 6 Sept. 1961, o/s/w Walter Cleveland Hull

Hull, Dixon Cleveland - b. 24 Jan. 1909, d. 9 Nov. 1943

Hull, infant - b&d 24 Jan. 1912, infant of W. F. & Ora Hull

Hyde, Homer Cyrus - b. 28 June 1909, d. 28 Nov. 1909, s/o W. W. & Rosa Hyde

Ingram, John Theron - b, 4 Feb, 1907, d. 19 Oct. 1961 (Texas Tec 5 1700 Ord. M M Co. Avn. WW II )

Ingram, Ada M. - 1879 - 1923, w/o John Ingram

Jenkins, Sue L. - b. 6 Jan. 1847, in Granville Co., N. C., d. 2 Nov. 1884, in Black Jack Grove (Cumby), Texas, d/o Benj. F. & Nancy Jenkins

Jenkins, B. F. - b. 19 Nov. 1821, d. 13 Oct. 1912 (Obit - Benjamin Franklin Jenkins died at the home of his granddaughter, Mrs. R. F. Russell, Oct. 13, 1912, and was laid to rest in the Cumby cemetery. He was born in Granville County, N. C., Nov. 19, 1821, where he lived until Dec. 1873, when, with his family, he moved to Texas, settling near Lone Oak in Hunt county, where he lived one year. In 1874, he moved to Black Jack Grove, now Cumby, where he spent the rest of his life. His family consisting of his wife, two sons and two daughters, all preceded him to the grave, except the son, O. B. Jenkins, our fellow townsman.) (Cumby Rustler)

Jenkins, Nancy - b. 1826, d. 26 Nov. 1901, o/s/w B. F. Jenkins

Jenkins, Otis B. - 1848 - 1926

Jenkins, Susan E. - 1844 - 1927, o/s/w Otis B. Jenkins

Johnson, Ase Edgar - 1891 - 1963 (Metal funeral marker)

Johnson, Amanda E. - b. 31 Aug. 1856, d. 10 Jly. 1938

Johnson, Mora E. - b. 28 Dec. 1885, d. 6 Nov. 1922, d/o Amanda E. Johnson

Johnson, Nutly - b. 7 Sept. 1792, d. 28 Nov. 1867

Johnson, David - b. 26 Sept. 1832, d. 3 Feb. 1906

Jones, Mary J. - b. 11 Nov. 1809, in Bath Co., Va., d. 6 Jly. 1876, in Hopkins Co., Texas, age 66 yrs 7 mos. 25 days

Jones, Jeremiah - b. 26 Aug. 1852, d. 26 Jan. 1891

Jones, William A. - b. 14 Feb. 1840, in Bath Co., Va., d. 23 Dec. 1879, Hopkins Co., Texas. (Killed in Hopkins County by accidental gun shot.)

Junell, D. W. - d. 14 Jan. 1894, age 35 years

Junell, Lillie Elizabeth - b. 18 Nov. 1883, d. 7 Mar. 1899

Junell, D. M. - b. 21 Nov. 1891, d. 29 Sept. 1932

Junell, Missie - b. 30 Oct. 1863, d. 17 Jan. 1947

Junell, Elmer - b. 27 May 1889, d. 30 Mar. 1963

Junell, Mattie - b. 21 Feb. 1900, d. ___________, o/s/w Elmer Junell

Junell, Robert T. - b. 26 Jan. 1851, d. 14 Mar. 1907

Junell, Mary Elizabeth - b. 18 Nov. 1852, d. 3 Oct. 1934, w/o R. T. Junell (Obit - Mary Elizabeth Junell, pioneer citizen of Cumby, died Thursday night at her home near Cumby, as she was nearing her 82nd birthday. She is survived by the following sons and daughters, her husband, Bob Junell, having died more than 20 years ago, Dan Junell, Abilene; Lawson Junell, Wichita Falls; W. B. Junell, Cumby; Mrs. J. N. Sheppard, Cumby; Mrs Addie Calvert, Cumby; Mrs. A. L. Eaves, Friona; Mrs. Drew Killpatrick, Houston; Mrs. Johnny Wilson, Greenville; and Mrs. Lonnie Griffin, Greenville. Funeral services and burial took place at Cumby.)

Junell, William A. - b. 11 Feb. 1906, d. 7 Aug. 1968

Junell, Daniel Edward - b. 17 Dec. 1914, d. 23 Jly. 1972

Junell, Robert M. - b. 15 Feb. 1908, d. 13 Oct. 1965

Junell, William B. - b. 25 Feb. 1875, d. 24 Oct. 1942

Junell, Alice Bell - b. 4 Sept. 1884, d. 28 Nov. 1971, o/s/w William B. Junell

Junell, Valta - b&d 1910

Keeton, H. L. - b. 20 Jan. 1856, d. 11 Jly. 1917

Keeton, Georgia - b. 17 Sept. 1865, d. 8 Sept. 1960, o/s/w H. L. Keeton

Kegans, Jessie Lee Wooten - b. 16 Aug. 1909, d. _____

Keller, Leonard - 1916, infant

Keller, William H. - 1869 - 1934

Keller, Josie - 1879 - 1950, o/s/w William H. Keller

Kennedy, W. D. - b. 11 Dec. 1848, d. 2 Jan. 1888

Kennedy, T. S. - b. 9 June 1820, d. 15 May 1882 (Not sure on the 2)

J. K. - only a foot stone, head stone missing

Kennemur, May Jane - 1839 - 1928, w/o of A. J. Kennemur

Kibart, Catherine Green - b. 18 Aug. 1922, d. 22 Aug. 1951

Kilgore, F. M. - b. 6 Feb. 1842, d. 22 Ap. 1906

King, John Henry - no dates ( Co. D. 9 Texas Inf. CSA ) (Obit - John H. King of Cumby, died February 5, 1909, at the home of his sister in Omaha, Texas, of pneumonia. Mr. King passed through this city enroute for Omaha on business. He was taken violently ill that night and died on Friday night following. His remains were shipped to Cumby and laid to rest in the Cumby cemetery. Capt. King was born in Marion County, Tennessee, in 1842, and has lived in Texas since 1846. He served in the 9th Texas Infantry under the Confederate flag throughout the war, losing an arm in one of the battles around Vicksburg. By profession he was a lawyer and a number of years ago was county attorney of Titus county. Later he served as assessor of Franklin county, when a few years ago he moved to Cumby. He was in his 67th year and leaves a son, Henry King, and two daughters, Mrs. Kyle Cross and Mrs Hugh Green of Cumby. He was a member of Gen. Joe Wheeler Camp, C. S. V. Cumby, Texas. (Cumby Rustler, Feb. 12, 1909)

Ladd, W. J. - 1854 - 1929

Ladd, W. J., Mrs. - 1860 - 1946, o/s/w W. J. Ladd

Ladd, V. - 1897 - 1943

Ladd, David F. - b. 12 Ap. 1878, d. 23 Sept. 1969

Ladd, Cordie B. - b. 28 Jly. 1895, d. 30 Aug. 1965, o/s/w David F. Ladd

Ladd, Ibah E. - 1894 - 1916

Ladd, Joe - b. 16 Feb. 1881, d. 16 Nov. 1913

Lewis, Will - 1862 - 1918

Lewis, Nannie - 1870 - 1953, o/s/w Will Lewis

Ligon C. - b. 29 Dec. 1832, d. _______

Ligon, Edwin T., Dr. - b. 28 June 1851, d. 4 Ap. 1883

Lindley, R. - b. 3 Jly. 1835, d. 4 Nov. 1913 (Obit - R. Lindley, one of Cumby’s leading citizens, died Sunday morning at the family home in this city. He had been under the care of physician for some time but was confined to the bed only a few weeks, death being due to softening of the brain. He had been a resident of Cumby since 1884, moving here from Peerless. Was born in Missouri and was 78 years of age. He came to Texas as a boy. He married Miss Frances Sayle who died three years ago. He was married twice since then, but leaves no children except by his first marriage. To this union five sons and two daughters were born, two sons being dead. The children living are: J Lindley, Cumby; Dr. Robert Lindley, Dallas; Dr. Will Lindley and Mrs. Luke Rash, Terrell; and Mrs. Nettie Sherman, Shawnee, Okla. Mr. Lindley was considered one of the wealthiest men in Hopkins County. He owned a great deal of land, as well as valuable town property here and elsewhere. Interment was made in the Cumby cemetery. ( Cumby Rustler, Fri. Nov. 7, 1914)

Lindley, Francis A. - d. 23 Aug. 1910, age 73 years, o/s/w R. Lindlwy

Lindley, Thomas B. - b. 28 Jly. 1867, d. 27 Aug. 1886, s/o R. & F. A. Lindley

Lindley, Redlluim, Jr. - b. 12 Jly. 1869, d. 19 Feb. 1899

Lindley, Fannie E. - b. 24 Oct. 1889, d. 4 Jan. 1898

Lindley, Della L. - 1866 - 1890

Lindley, J. H. - 1861 - 1948

Lindley, Miranda - d. 16 Jan. 1913, age 40 years, w/o Jay Lindley (Obit - Mrs. Miranda Lindley, the wife of J. H. Lindley, died Jan. 16, 1913, at the family home and burial made in Cumby cemetery. She was a life time resident of Cumby. She was born in Kentucky, coming to Texas with her parents when a child. Her mother, Mrs. Godfrey, survives her. She was born in 1872, and married J. H. Lindley 22 years. She leaves four girls and two boys; the youngest being about eleven years old.)

Low, Alma Bibby - b. 6 Feb. 1879, d. 23 Oct. 1957

Low, Rena Cross - b. 10 Oct. 1873, d. 24 June 1906, w/o J. S. Low

Luman, Thomas Eli - b. 18 Dec. 1944, d.8 Oct. 1945

Luman, Dorothy Fay - b. 22 Feb. 1942, d. 8 Oct. 1945

Maddox, Pearl - b. 29 May 1894, d. 16 June 1927

Maddox, Morris E. - b. 5 Feb. 1913, d. 15 Jly. 1966 (Texas S 2 USNR WW II )

Maddox, Edd - 1887 - 1953

Maddox, Mary - 1893 - 1971

Maddox, Frank - 1881 - 1952

Maddox, Mamie - 1893 - _____, o/s/w Frank Maddox

Mallory, Hallie - no dates

Mallory, infant - no dates

Mallory, John A. - b. 30 June 1847, d. 1 Jly. 1902

Mallory, Sarah J. - b. 21 Sept. 1854, d. 19 Aug. 1905, o/s/w John A. Mallory

Manning, W. S. - 1894 - 1964

Manning, Lola Keeton - 1899 - 1948

Marlar, Will W. - b. 18 Mar. 1868, d. 26 Oct. 1947

Marlar, Annie R. - b. 16 Dec. 1868, d. 1 Dec. 1947, o/s/w Will W. Marlar

Marlar, Ray W. - 1906 - 1958

Marlar, Birdie O. - 1908 - 1959, o/s/w Ray W. Marlar

Marler, Manuel - b. 2 June 1898, d. 24 Jly. 1959

Marler, Stella - b. 14 Nov. 1903, d. ____, o/s/w Manuel Marler

 

Marlow, Henry G. - no dates (Co G 34 Miss. Inf. CSA)

Marriott, James E. - b. 6 Aug. 1899, d. 28 Dec. 1965

Marriott, Nellie N. - b. 21 Feb. 1892, d. 4 June 1966

Marriott, Bertha A. - b. 25 May 1901, d. ______, o/s/w James E. Marriott

Marriott, Adrian L. - b. 27 Aug. 1903, d. 20 Jly. 1919

Marriott, James Henry - b. 18 Jly. 1864, d. 22 Jly. 1944

Marriott, Mary Ann - b. 1 Jan. 1866, d. 12 Nov. 1952

Marriott, Lynda Joe - d. 1 Jan. 1945

Marriott, Eli Stephen - b. 8 Aug. 1890, d. 7 May 1960

Marriott, Maude Emma - b. 6 Mar. 1899, d. ______, o/s/w Eli StephenMarriott

Marriott, Runie Leola - b. 24 May 1922, d. 25 June 1929

Marriott, Era May - b. 7 Mar. 1926, d. 8 Mar. 1926

Marrs, Franklin - b. 11 Oct. 1816, d. ________

Marrs, Juliana, b. 30 Jly. 1817, d. ________, o/s/w Franklin Marrs

Martin, T. A. "Alf" - 1889 - 1964

Martin, Rosa Lee -1893 - 1967, o/s/w T. A. "Alf" Martin

Martin, J. W. - 1859 - 1924 (Obit - J. W. Martin died at his home in Cumby. He is survived by his wife and several children. Most of them live in Greenville. He was a Mason. Funeral services were held at his home in Cumby, conducted by Rev. Paul Ray. Interment in the Cumby cemetery) .(Daily News-Telegram, Mar. 26, 1924)

Martin, M. L. - 1864 - 1949, o/s/w J. W. Martin

Massey, Sam - 1881 - 1936

Massey, Annie - 1879, d. ________, o/s/w Sam Massey

Mathews, Claude E. - b. 28 Oct. 1900, d. 8 Oct. 1904

Mathis, Ella - b. 4 Dec. 1880, d. 4 Ap. 1894

Mathis, S. S. - no dates (Co B 8 Ga. Inf. CSA )

Mathis, H. C. - 1875 - 1943

Mathis, Myrtle D. - 1879 - 1921

Mathis, Eddie Louise - 1906 - 1924

Mathis, Thomas H. - b. June 1879, d. 21 Jan. 1967, o/s/w M. Vernon Mathis

Mathis, M. Vernon - b. July 1888, d. 14 Feb. 1968, o/s/w Thomas H. Mathis

Mayes, James R. - 1880 - 1942

Mayes, Laura J. - 1883 - 1952, o/s/w James R. Mayes

Mayes, Ollie Nelson - 1925 - 1936, s/o J. R. L. J. Mayes

McClinton, Mattie - b. 30 Ap. 1857, d. 3 Aug. 1925

McDowell, W. L. - 1879 - 1953

McDowell, Joseph E. - d. 2 Jan. 1934 (Texas 1st Lt. Med Corps)

McDowell, Flora A. - b. 9 Ap. 1849, d. 13 Oct. 1907

McFarlin, J. E., Dr. - b. 20 Sept. 1842, d. 11 Aug. 1913 (Obit - DR. J. E. McFARLIN died at an early hour Monday morning at the home of Mrs. Gordon on east Main Street. He and Mrs. McFarlin came here a few weeks ago from their home in South Texas, and while his condition was known to be serious, he had been able to be up. He came to Texas from Missouri with his father^Ňs family when a boy, locating in Red River County. He was well known in Cumby where he resided and practiced medicine many years, having located here when the town was known as Black Jack Grove. Deceased had been married four times and survived all of his wives except the last one. His first wife, who was not known here, died in California; the second was a Miss Rowell, whose parents lived at Emblem, this county; the third was a daughter of Capt. M. Branom of Cumby; the fourth a Miss Heweitt, also of this place. He is survived by a brother living in West Texas, and two children, a daughter in California, and a son in West Texas, both by his first wife. Eight years ago he moved from Cumby to South Texas where a few years later he was compelled to give up the practice of medicine because of failing health. He was nearly 72 years of age at the time of his death. Interment was made in the Cumby cemetery with funeral services conducted by Revs. Rea and McGuire.) (Cumby Rustler, Fri., Aug. 15, 1913)

McFarlin, Rachael - b. 29 Oct. 1846, d. 14 Oct. 1900, w/o Dr. J. E. McFarlin

McFarlin, Quinnie Hewitt - 1859 - 1944

McGuire, John H. - no dates

McGuire, Lousie - no dates, w/o John H. McGuire

McGuire, Mary - 1885 - 1959

McGuire, W. L., Rev. - no datese

McGuire, W. L., Mrs. - no dates

McKamie, Lela - b. 22 Jan. 1904, d. 2 Oct. 1904, d/o J. T. & L. L. McKamie

McNeely, David - b. 11 Ap. 1839, d. 10 Jan. 1892

McNeely, Elvira - b. 10 Sept. 1836, d. 21 Nov. 1916, w/o David McNeely (Obit - Mrs. Elvira McNeely died Nov. 21, 1916, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bud Moss, near Palestine, and was buried in the Cumby cemetery. She was born in Alabama, her maiden name was Elvira Ferguson, and there married Mr. David McNeely and moved to Texas where he died Jan. 10, 1892, twenty-four years ago. She lived in the Palestine community over fifty years, having reached the age of 80 years. The following children survive: Jack McNeely, Mrs. M. D. Moss, Mrs. Hay Mooney, Bud McNeely and Mrs. Bob Mosely. She made her home with her daughter, Mrs. Moss, most all the time of her widowhood.)

McRae, Orlanda A. - b. 11 Dec. 1885, d. 20 Jly. 1953

McRae, Bessie B. - b. 1 Dec. 1891, d. _______, o/s/w Orlanda A. McRae

McRae, Charles A. - 1856 - 1951

McRae, Callie - 1860 - 1957, o/s/w Charles McRae

McRae, Lois - b. 14 Dec. 1906, d. 18 Dec. 1906, d/o Mr. & Mrs. C. A. McRae

McRae, Taudie Faye - b. 7 June 1893, d. 12 Ap. 1972

McWhirter, T. M., Mrs. - 1828 - 1904

Mercer, Ben H. - 1892 - 1972

Mercer, Bessie C. - 1898 - _______, o/s/w Ben H. Mercer

Mercer, Levi - no dates

Mercer, Fannie - no dates

Miller, Alfred W. - b. 24 Dec. 1866, d. 10 Aug. 1951

Miller, Cora B. - b. 10 June 1869, d. 20 Sept. 1957, o/s/w Alfred W. Miller

Miller, Anson - b. Dec. 1904, d. _____

Miller, Matrai - b. 22 Sept. 1908, d. _____ m. Anson Miller, 1 Nov. 1930, o/s/w Anson Miller

Miller, J. M. - b. 16 June 1892, d. 30 June 1931

Miller, Ora Drake - b. 30 June 1888, d. 8 June 1919

Miller, Alexander F. - b. 16 Jan. 1905, d. 2 Nov. 1972

Miller, Mattie Lou - b. 15 Feb. 1911, d. 1972, o/s/w Alexander F. Miller

Mobley, Charles D. - d. 27 June 1949 "Infant"

Moore, Thomas H. - 1859 - 1939

Moore, Fannie L. - 1872 - 1955, o/s/w Thomas H. Moore

Moore, Everett - 1879 - _______

Moore, Effie - 1888 - 1950

Morgan, May Jane - 1861 - 1944

Morgan, A. L. - b. 29 Feb. 1852, d. 5 May 1913 (Obit - A. L. Morgan died Monday morning at the age of 60 years after being confined to his bed several months. He was a successful farmer. He is survived by his wife and three daughters, Miss Fair Morgan and Mrs. J. M. Hudgins of Cumby, and Mrs. W. E. Smith of Como. Interment was made at the Cumby cemetery.) (Cumby Rustler, Fri., May 9, 1913)

Morgan, Guy P. - 1889 - 1949

Morgan, Hallie V. - 1892 - 1965, o/s/w Guy P. Morgan

Morris, John J. - b. 20 Sept. 1876, d. 18 Oct. 1948

Morris, Pearl M. - b. 28 Mar. 1883, d. 28 Dec. 1960, o/s/w John J. Morris

Morris, A. H. - b. 11 Nov. 1853, d. 20 Jly. 1939

Moseley, R. L. - b. 15 June 1871, d. 7 May 1951

Moseley, Lelah - b. 28 Oct. 1875, d. 15 June 1963, o/s/w R. L. Moseley

Morton, George M. - 1858 - 1918

Morton, Kate M. - 1860 - 1930, o/s/w George M. Morton

Morton, Justin - b. 9 Jly. 1881, d. 9 June 1899, s/o G. M. & Kate Morton

Moss, Sarah E. - b. 4 Feb. 1857 , d. 4 Sept. 1934 (Obit - Mrs. Sallie Moss died Tuesday night at the home of her niece, Mrs. Annie Woodard, south of Cumby, at the age of 77 years. Funeral services, conducted by Rev. Jones, were held at the Presbyterian Church. Burial was in Cumby cemetery. Her husband, Jim Moss, preceded her in death a few years ago. She is survived by one brother, J. A. Abercrombie of Emory. The deceased was born in Montgomery, Alabama, but came to Texas at an early age and had since made her home here. (Hopkins Co. Echo, Sept. 7, 1934)

Mount, C. C. - b. 11 Feb. 1830, d. 9 Mar. 1862

Mullenix, George Curtis - b. 24 Jly. 1877, d. 25 Dec. 1943

Mullenix, Cappie Taylor - b. 7 Oct. 1884, d. 10 Jly. 1971, o/s/w George Curtis Mullenix

Mullikin, Simmie E. - b. 7 Sept. 1870, d. 22 Sept. 1909, w/o W. L. Mullikin

Newell, S. C. - b. 17 Dec. 1861, d. 16 May 1936

Newell, Square Sherman - b. 14 Ap. 1865, d. 21 Sept. 1922

Nisbett, Carrie C. - b. 25 June 1837, d. 31 Oct. 1917

O’Brien, James Terrance - 1900 - 1933

Odom, Ollie R. - 1888 - 1955

Odom, R., Mrs. - 1847 - 1928

Odom, Minka - no dates. (This was a small stone with Minka on it, among the Odom stones)

Odom, H. Clay - 1871 - 1948

Odom, Nora A. - 1875 - 1948, o/s/w H. Clay Odom

Olive, Willie Mortle - b. 21 Mar. 1885, d. 17 Aug. 1885, d/o W. A. & M. J. Olive

Olive, Burie - b. 22 Mar. 1883, d. 2 June 1886, d/o W. A. & M. J. Olive

Olive, Annabelle - b. 12 Jan. 1883, d. 2 June 1886

Olive, J. W. A. - b. 1 June 1838, d. 18 Mar. 1887

Ottis, George E. - b. 26 Nov. 1924, d. 26 Jly. 1970 ( Texas 52 US Navy WW II )

Palmer, Sarah J. - b. 20 Jly. 1829, d. 17 Ap. 1909 (Obit - Mrs. Sarah Palmer died at Ardmore, Oklahoma, Saturday and her remains were brought here and buried in Cumby cemetery. Mrs. Palmer lived just north of Cumby for a great many years and reared her family here, Mrs. B. F. Ashcroft of Sulphur Springs being one of the children. For several years she had made her home at Ardmore with her children, living to the extreme age of 80 years. Her son, Otis Palmer, and her grand-daughter, Miss Gladys Williamson, came with the remains. Will Rash and wife, Ashcroft, and Bloomer Rash and wife of Sulphur Springs, and others attended the funeral. A large number of people accompanied the coffin to the home of Mrs. McKinney and attended the services at the grave on Monday. The Eastern Star, of which she was a charter member, had charge of the funeral.) (Cumby Rustler, Fri., Ap. 23, 1909)

Pardue, D. C., Dr. - b. 24 Mar. 1835, d. 25 Dec. 1911 (Obit - DR. D.C. PARDUE was born in Perry County, Mississippi, in 1835, educated in Green County Salem High School; then engaged in the mercantile business in Mobile, Alabama, until the beginning of the civil war. He then enlisted and became Captain of Co. C 7th Mississippi Battalion. Soon after the close of the war he came to Collins County, Texas, and taught school two years; then attended medical lectures and graduated at Tulane Medical College in New Orleans; returned to Texas and took up his profession, which he has since followed. He later engaged in the drug business at Nevada, Texas. In 1894, he was married to Miss Bell D. Binford of the same place, to which union was born two children. Wife and children survive. He died December 25, 1911, with burial in the Cumby cemetery.)

 

Parker, Dollie - b. 7 Oct. 1882, d. 10 May 1883, d/o James & Ruthe Parker

Patterson, Fannie W. - no dates

Patton, C. M. - 1873 - 1932 ( Obit - C. M. Patton, pioneer citizen, leading banker, and financier of Cumby, died at his home in that town Tuesday night after a lingering illness. He was about 60 years old, having been born in the State of Mississippi. He came to Cumby when a young man and soon became one of the foremost men of the town. For many years he was actively connected with the banking interest of the town and other banks in this part of the state. He is survived by his wife, one son, Edwin Patton, and two daughters, Miss Grace Patton and Miss Ada Patton. Services will be held in Cumby with burial in the cemetery at that place.) ( Daily News- Telegram, March 1932)

Patton, C. M, Mrs. - 1876 - 1934 (Obit - Mrs. C. M. Patton, age 58, prominent Cumby woman and widow of the late C. M. Patton, of that city, died in Greenville Monday night. She had been ill since early in December, and was carried to Greenville for treatment about a week ago. Mrs. Patton, nee Miss Lena Brewer, daughter of the late Mr. & Mrs. J. A. Brewer, pioneer Cumby residents, was one of Cumby’s most prominent women. She had been a resident of Cumby all her life and a member of the First Christian Church of Cumby since girlhood. She is survived by three children, Miss Grace Patton of the East Texas State Teachers College Faculty, Commerce; Miss Ada Patton, Cumby; Edwin Patton, National Bank Examiner; and one brother, W. E. Brewer, Cumby; one sister, Mrs. S. D. Greaves, Cumby. Her husband preceded her in death on March 2, 1932

Perkins, Linda Gayle, Mrs. - 1947 - 1967 (Metal funeral marker)

Perry, B. F. - b. Feb. 1840, d.2 Mar. 1886

Perry, infant - b&d 2 Aug. 1883, infant son of B. F. & M. L. Perry

Petty, Phebe - b. 26 Jan. 1804, d. 29 Ap. 1882 age 78yrs 3 mos 3 dys

Petty, Pinkey Mae - b. 16 Feb. 1889, d. 18 Aug. 1971

Petty, Wylie V - b. 25 Mar. 1905, d. 28 Mar. 1966

Pierce, Carrie J. - b. 5 Jan. 1947, d. 8 Jan. 1947

Polk, Augutus - b. 12 Nov. 1861, d. 25 Aug. 1877, d/o T. & M. A. E. Polk

Pounds, Crissie - b. 3 Ap. 1816, d. 5 Jly. 1903

Prim, B. F. - b. 2 Oct. 1837, d. 4 Mar. 1873

Prim, Charlie - b. 12 Nov. 1862, d. 4 Jan. 1863 (Our Son) o/s/w B. F. Prim

Prim, William W. - b. 1 Oct. 1791, d. 19 Aug. 1864

Prim, Ann - b. 28 Feb. 1801, d. 4 Jan. 1885, wife of William W. Prim

Pugh, E. McClelland - b. 25 Aug. 1868, d. 10 Ap. 1884

Pruitt, Fair Morgan - b. 23 May 1897, d. 23 Jly. 1972

Rape, W. C. - b. 4 Mar. 1885, d. 4 Sept. 1970

Rash, John N. - b. 13 Sept. 1816, d. 24 Dec. 1879

Randel, Elmer C. - b. 2 Sept. 1884, d. 29 Oct. 1954

Randel, Leila A. - b. 29 Sept. 1885, d. _____, o/s/w Elmer C. Randel

Raney, G. J., Rev. - b. 13 Aug. 1859, d. 12 Ap. 1938

Raney, G. J., Mrs. - b. 31 Oct. 1853, d. 13 Dec. 1913, o/s/w Rev. G. J. Raney

Rash, Nancy D. - b. 2 Nov. 1827, d. 31 Aug. 1903, o/s/w John N. Rash

Rash, Nathan Edward - b. 31 Dec. 1861, d. 8 Jan. 1942

Rash, Little Golda - b. 14 Aug. 1891, d. 1 Sept. 1891, d/o Will & Ellan Rash

Rash, N. L. - b. 6 Jan. 1804, in Jackson Co., Ala., d. 21 May 1889, father of Will and Lucius Rash

Rash, Jewel - b. 19 Jan. 1886, d. 10 Sept. 1894, d/o Lucius & Lillie Rash

Rash, Edna - b. 8 June 1855, d. 27 Aug. 1885, w/o Will Rash

Rash, Elizabeth - b. 2 Jan. 1828, d. 27 Feb. 1886, w/o N. L. Rash

Ray, John H. - b. 1 May 1869, d. 1 Feb. 1943

Ray, Genia - b. 20 Mar. 1876, d. 6 Aug. 1944, o/s/w John H. Ray

Record, infant daughter - b&d 4 Jan 1916, d/o J. R. & Bessie Record

Record, John R. - 1882 - 1970

Record, Bessie - 1887 - 1966, o/s/w John R. Record

Reed, W. E. - 1878 - 1932

Reed, W. E., Mrs. - 1887 - 1929 (Obit - Mrs. W. E. Reed - Cumby, Texas, June 24, 1929 - A victim of mistaken identity, Mrs. W. E. Reed of this city, was shot and killed Monday by Mrs. Ocar Cross. Mrs. Cross surrendered to officers at once and told County Attorney Emmet Thornton she had killed the wrong woman. Mrs. Cross was liberated later on $10,000. bond after being carried to Sulphur Springs in custody of the sheriff’s force. The shooting occurred on Main street in front of the post office, Mrs. Cross firing four times. One of the bullets struck Mrs. Reed in the head, killing her instantly. County Attorney Thornton said Mrs. Cross had made a statement to him, saying the bullets were intended for a Dallas woman who was supposed to be in the vicinity. The prosecutor said that Mrs. Cross had told him, " I was neither a friend nor enemy of Mrs. Reed and my killing her was not intentional. I have such trouble with __________, as in my opinion warranted my act in the shooting, and the shooting of Mrs. Reed, as heretofore related, was accidental." Both women have husbands and children. Mrs. Reed, who was forty years old, is survived by a daughter. Mrs. Cross is the mother of three children. She is about 35 years old.) Later reported -Funeral services for Mrs. Reed were held at Cumby with interment in the Cumby cemetery.

Reed, James - b. 30 Sept. 1875, d. 27 May 1942

Reed, Lydia Florence - 1881 - 1935

Renfro, F. W. - b. 19Aug. 1885, d. 27 May 1930

Renfro, Annie G. - b. 18 Jly. 1856, d. 9 Nov. 1931

Renfro, S. H. - b. 19 Oct. 1846, d. 5 Ap. 1932 ( Co A 6 Mo Cav C.S.A.)

Rhodes, Michael Moore - b. 20 Jan. 1941, d. 19 Aug. 1971

Rhodes, Moore, b. 13 Sept. 1914, d. 3 June 1968

Rhodes, Doris - b. 18 June 1921, d. _______, o/s/w Moore Rhodes

Richardson, T. J. - b. 1855, d. ???, stone broken

Richardson, Maud - b. 5 Jly. 1881, d. 11 May 1883, d/o T. J. & A. J. Richardson

Richardson, John H. - b. 18 Ap. 1842, d. 14 Dec. 1873

Ring, Clifton - Unmarked grave - Infant son of Lee & Hannah Bartlett Ring

Rippy, Edgar - 1880 - 1885

Rippy, James - 1860 - 1925

Rippy, Mary Ella - 1858 - 1889, o/s/w James Rippy

Rippy, Charles C. - b. 7 Oct. 1906, d. 16 Ap. 1953

Rippy, Jim - 1870 - 1925 (Obit - Jim Rippy died at his home in the west part of Sulphur Springs Wednesday afternoon almost suddenly after a few days illness with heart trouble. He had been under the care of his physician and was thought to be improving. He was born in the western part of Hopkins County near the town of Cumby and had lived in the county all his life, being 55 years old at the time of his death. He had served as tax collector of Hopkins County for two terms and county surveyor many years, bing regarded as one of the most efficient land surveyor in this part of the county. He volunteered in the Spanish-American War and saw service till the close of the war. Many years ago, he, with his wife, moved to Sulphur Springs where he has continued to live since. Besides his wife, who was Miss Nora Cross before her marriage, he is survived by the following sons and daughters: Mrs. Earl Christian, Strawn, Texas; Charley Rippy, Bryan; Ben Ramey Rippy, Misses Ruby, Grace Jane, and Rose Nell, who live at home. He is also survived by one brother, Dan Rippy, and the following sisters: Mrs. R. F. Currin, Dallas; Mrs. H. A. Shaw, West Texas; Mrs. John Greaves and Mrs. J. F. Branom, Cumby. Funeral services and burial will take place at Cumby with Rev. J. Howard Williams of the First Baptist Church, of which the deceased was a member, conducting the services. (Daily News-Telegram, Thurs., Nov. 5, 1925)

Rippy, Nora - 1875 - 1959

Rippy, Oscar - 1912 - 1921

Rippy, Daniel Curtis - b. 22 Oct. 1914, d. 23 Jly. 1915, s/o J. H. & Nora Rippy

Rippy, infant daughter - b. 21 Feb. 1909, d. 29 Mar. 1909, d/o J. H. & Nora Rippy

Robinson, L. M. - b. 15 June 1891, d. 18 Feb. 1960 (Texas Pfc Mg Co 136 Inf WW I)

Robinson, Alvin D. - b. 2 Nov. 1888, d. 4 Jan. 1916

Roffe, Willie A. - 1861 - 1928

Roffe, Martha R. - 1866 - 1950, o/s/w Willie A. Roffe

Roffe, Thomas E. - no dates

Romans, Tom P. - b. 14 Oct. 1881, d.___________

Romans, Callie D. - b. 12 Oct. 1886, d. 9 Mar. 1968, o/s/w Tom P. Romans

Romans, George W. - b. 23 Jly. 1878, d. 15 Dec. 1971

Romans, Georgia A. - b. 14 Jly. 1881, d. 22 Mar. 1964,o/s/w George W. Romans

Romans, _____ b. 19 Jan. 1917, d. 27 Jan. 1966

Romans, B. F. - 1887 - 1964

Romans, Mary M. - 1886 - 1961

Rone, Leland R. - b. 21 Oct. 1905, d. 2 Nov. 1905, s/o John & Sudie Rone

Rowland, Elbert Lee - b. 6 Dec. 1892, d. 31 Jly. 1911

Russell, Robert F. - b. 5 Feb. 1913, d. 23 Feb. 1913, s/o R. F. & Kate Russell

Russell, Kate Mallory - b. 22 Ap. 1877, d. 12 Ap. 1965

Sanders, John Daniel - b. 5 Jan. 1848, d. 26 Mar. 1927

Sanders, Mary E. - b. 22 Feb. 1851, d. 25 Nov. 1921, o/s/w John Daniel Sanders

Sanford, Mable - no dates

Sayle, Robert - b. 25 Dec. 1799, d. 18 Nov. 1872

Scroggins, Melvin G. - b. 9 Jan. 1915, d. 30 Ap. 1970

Shaw, Lester E. - b. 11 Oct. 1900, d. 17 Ap. 1902, s/o J. a. & Mattie Shaw

Sheppard, Blake - b. 23 Nov. 1908, d. 14 Jan. 1919

Shes, Merit I. - b. 7 Sept. 1887, d. 29 Nov. 1972 (Metal funeral marker)

Shipp, F. M. - b. 31 May 1828, d. 13 Oct. 1900

Simmons, T. M. - b. 27 Ap. 1843, d. 16 Aug. 1897

Sires, Alton R. - b 7 Oct. 1973, d. 25 May 1974

Slade, Lawrence - no dates

Slade, Stella - no dates, o/s/w Lawrence Slade

Slade, Jack - 1885 - 1914

Slade, Lucian - 1888 - 1907, o/s/w Jack Slade

Slade, Lawrence H. - 1882 - 1950

Smith, John B. - no dates (Corp Co D Sq Ill Inf.)

Smith, Francis - b. 12 May 1881, d. 3 Sept. 1883, sister of T. W. Smith

Smith, Oddie - b. 12 Jan. 1895, d. 7 Feb. 1896, s/o T. W. Smith

Smith, Maggie Lee - b. 24 Nov. 1892, d. 24 Mar. 1895, d/o T. W. & Ida Smith

Smith, Bertie Labera - b. 5 Ap. 1883, d. 7 Jan. 1885, d/o J. M. & B. V. Smith

Smith, Isaac Lon - b. 26 Nov. 1884, d. ____

Smith, L. Minnie - b. 16 Sept. 1889, d. 16 Nov. 1969, o/s/w Isaac Lon Smith

Smith, Charlie - 1860 -

Smith, Joanna - 1866 - 1935, o/s/w Charlie Smith (Obit - Mrs. Charlie Smith, died Jan. 23, 1935, at her home, with burial in Cumby. She is survived by her husband and two children, Elizabeth and Ted, and three step-children, Lon and John of Cumby, George of Houston.

Smith, Myrtle - no dates

Smith, Arlie - 1881 - 1932

Smith, W. Elmont - 1886 - 1957

Smith, Bessie E. - 1889 - 1964, o/s/w E. Elmont Smith

Smith, George T. - 1877 - 1955

Smith, Oda Chase - 1882 - 1962, o/s/w George T. Smith

Smith, Robert Elmer - b. 2 Mar. 1922, d. 28 Jan. 1972 (Okla. Pvt US Army WW II)

Smith, Amanda - b. 1 Sept. 1879, d. Jly. 1880, d/o M. & T. A. Smith

Smith, Sarah M. - 1874 - 1894, d/o M. & T. A. Smith

Smith, Martin M. - b. 3 Ap. 1832, d. 6 Jan. 1912

Smith Tallitha A. - b. 20 Nov. 1846, d. _____, o/s/w Martin M. Smith

Smith, Leonard - b. 7 Nov. 1899, d. 9 Aug. 1902, s/o J. S. & Ella Smith

Smith, James S. - b. 22 Sept. 1854, d. 18 Feb. 1908 (Obit - James S. Smith died at his home in Cumby Feb. 18, 1908, and was buried by the Masonic fraternity. He had been section foreman here for twenty years. He had been in failing health for a year or more with some affection of the head that baffled medical skills. He leaves a wife and six children. Service over the remains were held at the Baptist Church.)

Smith, Ella B. - 1871 - 1944

Smith, R. G. - 1888 - 1954

Smith, Jessie - b. 10 Aug. 1890, d. 17 Mar. 1909, d/o Edgar & Mollie Smith

Smith, Edgar - 1859 - 1931

Smith, M. E., Mrs. - 1866 - 1930

Smith, Alice A. - 1859 - 1940

Smith, Coe - 1852 - 1938 (Obit - Coe Smith departed this life Feb. 1938, at the age of 87 years, at his home in Cumby following a short illness. He was a retired rural mail carrier, being former carrier on Cumby Route 1. Surviving are his wife and one daughter, Mrs. C. C. Callan, of Cumby.)

Smith, W. E. - 1885 - 1950

Smith, Mattie Lula - 1881 - 1960

Smith, John W. - b. 25 Sept. 1882, d. 16 Jan. 1975

Smith, Minnie A. - b. 12 Ap. 1885, d. 6 Mar. 1957, o/s/w John W. Smith

Speed, Taylor Marvin - b. 1 Sept. 1895, d. 29 Oct. 1972

Speed, Pauline - b. 10 Nov. 1907, d. ______, o/s/w Taylor Marvin

Squibb, Virginia - 1883 - 1964

Stephens, B. F., Rev. - b. 3 Feb. 1832, d. 27 Feb. 1898

Stephens, Sarah E. - b. 31 Dec. 1835, d. 12 Dec. 1917, o/s/w Rev. B. F. Stephens

Stewart, Ples - 1878 - 1957

Stewart, Mildred - 1885 - 1968, o/s/w Ples Stewart

Strickland, Benjamin E. - 1881 - 1971

Strickland, Myra Melva - 1903 - 1973, o/s/w Benjamin E. Strickland

Strickland, W. E. - 1876 - 1962

Strickland, Lelar - 1873 - _____, o/s/w W. E. Strickland

Strickland, Raymond L. - b. 21 May 1925, d. 17 Nov. 1969 (Texas AS US Navy WW II)

Strickland, Connie - b. 5 Feb. 1907, d. ________, o/s/w Raymond L. Strickland

Stringer, D. R. - b. 25 Dec. 1843, d. 8 Jly. 1889

Stringer, Louranie - b. 1 May 1845, d. 3 Sept. 1883, w/o D. R. Stringer

Stringer, Lurane - b. 21 June 18?? (might be 1880), d. 18 May 1883

Swann, Hale E. - b. 29 Aug. 1888, d. 17 Oct. 1962

Swinney, Sarah E. Fry - b. 3 Feb. 1880, d. 19 Sept. 1937

Tarrant, George L. - 1889 - 1960

Tarrant, Laura M. - 1892 - 1960, o/s/w George L. Tarrant

Tarrant, Morris G. - b. 31 May 1916, d. 29 Oct. 1962

Tarrant, Mary C. - b. 4 Sept. 1921, d. _______, o/s/w Morris G. Tarrant

Tarrant, Lenord - b. 31 Oct. 1918, d. 11 Feb. 1971

Taylor, Grace Edmonds - b. 26 Aug. 1899, d. 18 Nov. 1930

Taylor, James H. - 1877 - 1953

Taylor, Nannie Lee - 1879 - 1965

Teer, William C. - b. 25 Oct. 1878, d. 20 Ap. 1904, s/o W. M. & N. J. Teer

Teer, William - no dates (Co K 4 Texas Cav. C.S.A.)

Teer, Nancy - 1849 - 1894, w/o William Teer

Tittle, Louie - 1885 - 1956

Tittle, Annie - 1888 - ____, o/s/w Louie Tittle

Tinney, Henry A. - 1883 - 1957

Vaughn, David - b. 12 Dec. 1828, d. 7 Aug. 1909

Vaughn, Amanda - b. 6 Nov. 1833, d. 9 Ap. 1911, o/s/w David Vaughn

Via, Robert B. - 1876 - 1948

Via, Hortense - 1879 - ______, o/s/w Robert B. Via

Vick, Y. L. - b. 14 Jly. 1846, d. 28 Feb. 1886

Vick, Josh - b. 12 Feb. 1889, d. 19 Dec. 1957 (Texas Pvt 58 Guard Co A.S.C. WW I)

Vick, Otha L. - b. 5 Feb. 1901, d. ________,o/s/w Josh Vick

Waggoner, Nancy - b. 10 Mar. 1835, d. 22 Oct. 1865, wife of L. Waggoner

Waggoner, Luther - b. 25 Mar. 1833, d. 24 Feb. 1911 (Obit - Luther Waggoner, of the Antioch community, died Saturday, Feb. 24, 1911, after a lingering illness. Mr. Waggoner was among the first sesttlers of Hopkins County. He has been in the county for 65 years or more. He was born in Missouri and came to Texas when but a boy, and died at the advanced age of 78. He served in the Confederate Army as a volunteer, private soldier, going out from Hopkins County and fought till the end. He united with the Baptist Church. His children were all present at the funeral. He leaves a wife and eleven children. He was buried in the Cumby cemetery. His two sons by his first marriage, one from Okahoma and the other from West Texas came to see their father laid by the side of their mother.)

Waggoner, Louisa J. - 1846 - 1930, wife of L. Waggoner

Waggoner, Lillian Hall - 1884 - 1917

Walker, William M. - 1868 - 1927

Walker, Ruth - 1880 - 1959, o/s/w William M. Walker

Ward, Jena - b. 5 Oct. 1881, d. 20 Oct. 1884, d/o B. & E. Ward

Ward, Mittie Hull - b. 7 Dec. 1896, d. 25 Nov. 1970

Ward, son of Cecil and Mittie Hull Ward - no dates

Ward, W. H., Dr. - b. 17 Oct. 1866, d. 13 Feb. 1946

Ward, Nettie Ross - b. 2 Ap. 1874, d. 18 Jly. 1953, o/s/w Dr. W. H. Ward

Warren, Elizabeth - 1857 - 1937, w/o J. P. Warren

Warren, Harry - 1892 - 1973

Warren, Ruby - 1895 - 1972, o/s/w Harry Warren

Weaver, J. Frank - b. 26 Ap. 1890, d. 24 Oct. 1958

Weaver, Louise Pearce - b. 6 May 1903, d. 24 Jan. 1957, o/s/w J. Frank Weaver

Weston, Florence - b. 5 Oct. 1880, d. 16 Dec. 1897

Weston, Miles L. - b. 13 Aug. 1853, d. 20 June 1883

Whitehead, A. M. - b. 16 Oct. 1827, d. 6 Feb. 1906

Whitehead, M. A. - b. 20 Jly. 1845, d. 29 Nov. 1889, w/o A. M. Whitehead

Whitehead, J. B. - 1855 - 1933

Whitehead, Elizabeth - 1868 - 1935, o/s/w J. B. Whitehead

Whitson, E. A., Mrs. - b. 27 Nov. 1858, d. 6 Nov. 1917

Whitson, Everett C. - b. 28 Ap. 1895, d. 13 May 1913

Whities, Rachael - b. 19 May 1830, d. 9 Ap. 1888, w/o W. N. Whities

Wilkins, Elbert G. - b. 12 Sept. 1876, d. 21 Jly. 1897

Williams, little son - b. 20 Oct. 1881, d. 13 Oct. 1882, s/o R. R. & M. S. Williams

Williams, mattie - 1875 - 1953

Williams, Susan W. - 1838 - 1920

Williams, Robert R. - 1839 - 1941

Williams, Ida - b. 18 June 1871, d. 5 Nov. 1895

Williams, Eugene - b. 17 Nov. 1872, d. 4 June 1914 (Obit - Democratic Bob Williams, of Cumby, is considerably broken up over the death of his son, Eugene Williams, which occurred at Cumby, June 4, 1914, after a long illness from lung trouble. He had returned just lately from a trip to Mineral Wells, in care of his sister, Miss Mattie Williams, but alsas, it was all of no avail. Burial occurred at Cumby,)

Williams, Rebecca Ellen Gillis - b. 10 Sept. 1875, d. 24 Dec. 1943, w/o Eugene Williams

Williams, Cecil E. - 1902 - 1944

Williams, Susie - b. 7 Jly. 1910, d. 10 Dec. 1918

Williams, Ralph R. - b. 27 Ap. 1908, d. 31 May 1911 (Obit - Ralph Williams, the three year old son of Mr. & Mrs. E. Williams, died Tuesday evening after an illness of only 24 hours.)

Williams, Norma - b. 2 Ap. 1901, d. 22 Ap. 1902

Williams, Murphy - 1869 - 1963

Williams, Balzora McHaffey - 1869 - 1954, o/s/w Murphy Williams

Williams, Byrd Corbet - b. 22 Sept. 1897, d. ____

Williams, Coral Crawford, b. 25 Dec. 1894, d. 27 Mar. 1964, o/s/w Byrd Corbet Williams

Williamson, James Allan - b. 2 May 1875, d. 1920

Williamson, Edna Earl - b. 9 Ap. 1873, d ____, o/s/w James Allan Williamson

Wilson, S. Isabel - 1876 - 1898, w/o G. W. Wilson

Winburn, M. E., Jr. - 1903 - 1957

Winburn, M. E., Mrs. - 1876 - 1935

Winniford, Nillie E. - no dates

Winniford, Maude L. - nodates

Winniford, Georgie D. - no dates ( Co K 30 Texas Cav. C.S.A.)

Winniford, Sarah, Mrs. - no dates

Winniford, infant son of Mr. & Mrs. G. D. Winniford - no dates

Winniford, Sherwin - b. 1 Feb. 1906, d. 11 June 1963

Winniford, Stella - b. 1 May 1911, d. _____, married Sherwin Winnford, 20 Oct. 1928, o/s/w Sherwin Winniford

Winniford, Mary Jo - d. 21 Jan. 1968 "Infant"

Winniford, Thomas - no dates

Winniford, Oscar N. - 1893 - ____

Winniford, Myrtle - 1897 - ____

Winniford, J. N. - 1861 - 1939

Winniford, Lula - b. 25 Feb. 1868, d. 23 Dec. 1914, w/o J. N. Winniford

Winniford, Robert L. - 1870 - 1943

Winniford, Margaret L. - 1881 - 1959, o/s/w Robert L. Winniford

Wooten, Joe R. - b. 28 Feb. 1871, d. 22 June 1948

Wooten, Martha Ann - b. 20 Jan. 1878, d. 1 Aug. 1944, o/s/w Joe R. Wooten

Wooten, Theo - 1906 - 1963

Wortham, E. H., Rev. - b. 1 Aug. 1825, d. 11 Feb. 1875, age 49yrs 6 mos 10 dys

Wortham, Math Redell - b. 7 Sept. 1820, d. 30 Nov 1889, age 69 yrs 2mos 23 dys, w/o Rev. E. H. Wortham]

Wortham, infants sons of Mr. & Mrs. S. W. Wortham, no dates

Wortham, Simeon W. - 1851 - 1931

Wortham, Addie P. - 1861 - 1954, o/s/w Simeon W. Wortham

Wortham, Ola - b. 19 Mar. 1891, d. 24 Nov. 1972

Wright, Malvin Ernest - b. 6 Ap. 1886, d. 22 Jan. 1887, s/o H. A. & L. L. Wright

Young, Johnnie Dianne - b&d 2 June 1965