Carbon- Restland Cemetery A-F
Photo by Kat Booth Locke
Carbon, Eastland County, Cemeteries of TX
Mrs. Robbie Robinson
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Murray Cemetery, Eastland County, Texas is located on Highway 6 about two miles southeast of Carbon, Texas. Murray Cemetery has been in existence since 1937.
About ten acres of land was donated by the Murray family. It is thought that it was donated by Sam Murray. The first person to be buried in the cemetery was buried on December 11, 1937. Two people were buried on this day. Mr. John T. Weaver was the first person to be buried in the cemetery. He was buried in the morning of December 11, 1937 and a Missouri Murray was buried in the afternoon. There was another person, name unknown, buried shortly thereafter. (This information was gathered by Dale Walker of Carbon, Eastland County, Texas.)
Murray is a neat, well kept cemetery. It is regularly mowed and maintained. It is also easily accessed. There is a cemetery association in charge of maintenance. The cost of maintaining the cemetery comes largely from donations. There is a map of the cemetery located in the Carbon Agri-Center building in downtown Carbon, Texas.
|Last Name||First Name||Middle||Maiden||Day||Year||Day||Year||Plot||Notes|
|Adams||Robert||Roy||3||18||1895||10||14||1985||Block B||PVT US Army, WWI|
|Alldredge||Lynvoy||7||9||1923||4||22||1991||Block E||SP6 US Army, WWII, Korea|
EASTLAND -- Bearl "Pop" Arnold, age 74, of Eastland and formerly of Dallas
died Friday, September 29, 2006 in Eastland.
Funeral Services will be Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Edwards Funeral Home Chapel in Eastland with Rev. Jimmy Liveley officiating. Burial will be in Murray Cemetery in Carbon Texas.
Born on September 2, 1932 in Carbon to Lester and Alta (Harris) Arnold. He entered the US Army in 1954 and worked as an x-ray technician for 20 years retiring in 1974 as a staff Sgt. He worked for Gilbert x-ray company for 20 years in Dallas and retired again in 1994 and moved to Eastland. He married Nelda M. Byrd in 1958 in Las Cruses, New Mexico.
He was always learning new skills, and teaching them to others. He felt he must continue to be productive even in his retirement. He did enjoy being with family either fishing, camping, dove hunting or the family tradition of playing golf on Fathers Day with his family. He also enjoyed his family pets. He was a member of the Merriman Baptist Church and Lakeside Country Club. His Golfing buddies will be his pallbearers.
He is survived by: wife of 48 years, Nelda Arnold of Eastland; sons, Danny Hicks of Eastland, Tony Arnold of McKinney, TX, and Jerry Arnold of Mesquite TX; 4 grandchildren; and a sister, Frankie Barker of Gainesville Texas.
He was preceded in death by: 1 Brother Melvin Arnold and 2 sisters, Irene Gonzalez and Sue Brown.
|Arnold Curtis||Ida||Josephine||4||15||1886||12||5||1967||Block B||“Grandma”|
|Arnold||Luther||Olin||10||4||1885||4||2||1959||Block B||Olin Curtis|
|Arnold||Lester||Franklin||8||28||1912||5||13||1996||Block A||Called “Jack”|
|Asher||Laura||Ophelia||Jones||12||19||1874||2||22||1966||Block A||Birth: Laura Ophelia Jones Oct. 10, 1874, Eastland County, Texas, USA; Death: Feb. 23, 1966; Eastland, Eastland County, Texas, USA; Laura was the daughter of Jack Jones and Mary Arena West Jones. Laura was married to Newton "Newt" McDaniel. They had 1 daughter. At the time of Newt's death, Laura was pregnant and six months later gave birth to their son. Laura later married William J. Asher and had several children. Laura and William are buried side by side, just two rows south of Newt.|
|Asher||William||Jaspeer||3||21||1867||5||21||1947||Block A||Married to Laura Ophelia Jones McDaniel|
Born on 7 February 1897 in Texas to Robert Wilson Murray, Jr. and Lula Mae
Vaughn. She married Walter Smith Baker in Carbon, TX on 25 July 1915. They
had 9 children: Sons: Willard William ‘Buddy’ Baker, b. 29 Jul 1922; Tommy
Jack Baker, b 02 Jan 1928; Ollie Dale Baker, b 01 Mar 1932; Daughters: Lucy
Baker Holloway, b. 18 Jun 1916; Idenia Faye Baker Hallmark, b 16 Aug 1919;
Eldora Baker Foster, b 15 Sept 1925; Lila Glee Baker Tabors, b 2 Aug 1929;
June Baker Kincheloe, b 7 June 1935.
She died in Ranger, TX on 12 October 1977. She was preceded in death by an infant son, her daughter, Eldora, 2 sisters (Millie Mae and baby girl) and her parents.
|Baker||Tommy||Jack||1||2||1928||6||19||2004||Block H||S/SGT USAF; Tommy J. Baker, 76, passed away at his home in Ranger, June 19, 2004. Mr. Baker was born January 2, 1928 in Carbon, TX. to Walter Smith and Elva (Murray) Baker. He married Edith ‘Edy’ Ann Hyder on 28 February 1950 in San Antonio, TX. He was a 20 year veteran of the U.S. Air Force, retiring in 1966. He later retired from his second career at J.J. Finley Construction. Survivors include his wife of 54 years, Edy Baker of Ranger; daughters, Sara Marquart and husband Cliff of Gun Barrel, Roberta Robinson and husband Richard of Houston and Mary Jo Baker of Ranger; a brother, Dale Baker of Eastland; sisters, Lila Tabers of Brewton, Ala. and June Kincheloe of Olden; grandchildren, Robert and Amanda Hawkins of Plano, Randy Robinson of Houston, Cory and Jennifer Tucker of Eastland, Nikki and Kelli Leggett of Ranger, Chelsea Marquart of Farmers Branch; great-grandchildren, Dakota, Shelby, Captain and Roman; numerous nieces and nephews. The family received friends at Bakker Funeral Home in Eastland Tuesday, June 22 from 6-8 p.m. Graveside services were held at Murray Cemetery in Carbon, TX on Wednesday, June 23, 2004 at 2 p.m. Bakker Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.|
|Baker||Edith||Ann||Hyder||9||18||1932||Block H||Plot only - alive in 2008|
Born on 31 August 1887 to William Logan Baker and Mary Emmalyn Webb. He
married Elva Vanara Murray on 25 July 1915. They had 9 children: Sons:
Willard William ‘Buddy’ Baker, b. 29 Jul 1922; Tommy Jack Baker, b 02 Jan
1928; Ollie Dale Baker, b 01 Mar 1932; Daughters: Lucy Baker Holloway, b. 18
Jun 1916; Idenia Faye Baker Hallmark, b 16 Aug 1919; Eldora Baker Foster, b
15 Sept 1925; Lila Glee Baker Tabors, b 2 Aug 1929; June Baker Kincheloe, b
7 June 1935.
He was preceded in death by an infant son, 5 brothers (William Farris, James Lewis, Willard E., Roy and Rollie), 3 sisters (Dolly, Emma and Lucy) and his parents.
He was called "Peggy" by his close friends because he walked with a limp, giving him the appearance of having a peg leg.
|Banks||Rena||Johnsey||9||19||1902||8||31||2008||Block I||CARBON- Rena Johnsey Banks was born September 19, 1902 in Westminster, Texas. She went to be with her Lord on August 31, 2008 in Brownwood, Texas, where she had lived since June 1993. She was a graduate of McKinney High School, Burleson Baptist College, and attended Baylor College, which later became Mary Hardin Baylor in Belton, Texas. Rena married Jethro N. Banks on June 25, 1936 in Dallas. She taught school in Dallas and was Pre-School Coordinator at Grace Temple Baptist Church in Oak Cliff from 1952 until she retired in 1970. She is preceded in death by her husband of 43 years, her sister Ruby Johnsey Wright, and her brother Robert W. Johnsey. She is survived by three daughters, Aileen Mason, Patricia Banks, Renell Hutton, two son-in-laws, Donald G. Mason and James A. Hutton, five grandchildren, and many great grandchildren, great-great grandchildren, devoted caretakers, and a host of friends. At the time of her passing, she was a member of First Baptist Church in Brownwood, a member of the Texas Retired Teachers Association, AARP, and a 50 year member of the Order of the Eastern Star. Rena was faithful to her Lord throughout her life, and He was faithful to her to the end. She has left a great legacy to her family of faith in Jesus Christ. The family would like to express appreciation to Velita Smith Home Health for its many years of dedicated service, and to the loving ministries of St. John’s Church and First Baptist Church. Funeral services were held on September 1, 2008 at Murray Cemetery in Carbon, Texas. Rev. Robert Beck and The Rev. Nelso Koscheski officiated the committal services. Arrangements were under the direction of the Summers-Bakker Funeral Home in Eastland.|
|Barnett||Avis||Maxwell||Block C||No dates|
|Barnett||Jewel||4||26||1954||Unknown||No birth date|
|Barron||Tony||J.||12||17||1918||10||13||1987||Block C||US Navy, WWII|
|Baze||Meredith||Black||7||15||1921||12||20||2003||Block G||EASTLAND- Meredith Baze, 82, of Abilene, formerly of Eastland, died Saturday, December 20, 2003 at the Hendrick Medical Center in Abilene. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, December 23, 2003, in the Bakker Funeral Chapel, Wyley Peebles officiated. Interment was in the Murray Cemetery in Carbon, Texas. She was born to John L. and Mary (Shuman) Black on July 15, 1921 at Carbon, Tx. She grew up in Carbon and graduated from Carbon High School in 1939. She was a clerk at the Carbon Post Office for many years. She married Rayneal Baze on April 6, 1950 in Carbon. They lived in Carbon and Ranger before moving to Eastland in 1965, where she worked as a teacher’s aide. She had lived in Abilene since 1999. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Eastland. She was preceded in death by her husband, Rayneal in 2000. Survivors are a son and daughter-in-law, David and Leisa Base of Clyde; a sister, Duluth Jackson of Arlington; and two grandchildren, Ashley Baze and Justin Baze of Clyde.|
|Been||Arduth||Black||11||17||1918||5||30||2002||Block C||Arduth married Truman Rufus Been in 1942 and they had two daughters: Mary Elizabeth and Jo Ann. Nov. 17, 1918, USA|
|Been||Truman||6||16||1918||1||29||1992||Block C||PVT US Army|
|Beggs||Opal May||May||4||11||1904||6||25||1969||Block F|
|Beggs||Samuel||Lee||5||21||1927||11||30||2008||Awaiting the day when he could join his beloved wife Billie, of 63 years, in their eternal home, Sam enjoyed team roping with his friends. Thanksgiving afternoon he was enjoying a beautiful afternoon with his roping buddies when he was critically injured. He was in John Petersmith Hospital in Ft. Worth where he remained until he passed at 6:45 P.M. on November 30, 2008. Services were held at 2:00 P.M. on Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008 at the First Baptist Church in Eastland with Rex Boggs officiating. Burial was in the Murray Cemetery in Carbon, Texas. The family visitation was held at the Edwards Funeral Home in Eastland on Tuesday, December 2nd from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Sam was born May 21, 1927 in Eastland, Texas to Samuel David and Opal Selena Wright Beggs. He married Willie “Billie” Frances Phelps on August 7th, 1943 in Eastland. He was a member of Gunsight Baptist Church. He worked his entire life in the body works business. He owned Scott Body Works in Eastland until his retirement in 1990. His hobbies were team roping, fishing, hunting, ranching and spending time at the coffee shop with his friends. He was preceded in death by the love of his life, Billie on May 30, 2007; 3 brothers and his parents. Survivors include his children, Linda Beggs and Sharon Beggs of Eastland, Sam Beggs, Jr. and wife, Marilyn of Austin, Lonny Beggs and Laney of Eastland and Randy Beggs and wife Cathy of Eastland; 11 grandchildren, 25 great-grandchildren, 7 great-great grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were grandsons. Memorials may be made to the donor’s favorite charity or Gunsight Baptist Church.|
EASTLAND - Willie “Billie” Frances Beggs, 81, of Eastland, passed away
Wednesday, May 30, 2007.
Services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday, June 2, 2007 at the First Baptist Church in Eastland with Rex Boggs officiating. Burial was in the Murray Cemetery in Carbon, Texas. Mrs. Beggs was born January 25, 1926 in St. Augustine, Texas to Johnny R. and May F. (Arnold) Phelps. She married Samuel L. Beggs on August 7, 1943 in Eastland. She was a homemaker, a member of the Gunsight Baptist Church, and the Extension Education Club. She enjoyed quilting, latch hook, fishing, cooking and spending time with her family. She was preceded in death by 7 sisters and 2 brothers. Survivors include her husband of 63 years, Sam Beggs of Eastland; children, Sam & Marilyn Beggs, Jr. of Austin, Lonny Beggs and Laney, Randy & Cathy Beggs, Linda Beggs and Sharon Beggs, all of Eastland; 11 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; and 6 great-great-grandchildren; 1 sister and 2 brothers.
|Bennett||Lonnie||Joe||3||18||1931||Block E||Still alive?|
|Bethany||Jesse||Clyde||11||16||1897||9||25||1946||Block A||Sons: Johnny Hugh Bethany, V. E. (Pete) Bethany, J. E. (Jack) Bethany|
|Bethany||Johnny||Hugh||7||19||1931||4||27||2003||Block A||BROWNWOOD- Johnnie Hugh (Jay, Hank) Bethany, 71, grandpop, teacher, photographer, newspaper editor, Scoutmaster, died Sunday, April 27, 2003 at home. Services will be Thursday, May 1, 2003 at 11 a.m. at the Edwards Funeral Home Chapel in Ranger with Rev. Claus Rohlfs officiating. Burial will follow at Murray Cemetery in Carbon directed by Edwards Funeral Home of Ranger. The family will receive friends at the funeral home on Wednesday evening from 7-9 p.m. Jay was born July 19, 1931 in Carbon, Texas and lived in Fort Worth and Ranger most of his life. He served in the Navy from 1949-52 on the aircraft carrier USS Palau. Following his tour in the Navy, he worked as a telegraph agent with the railroad, theatre manager, technical illustrator for General Dynamics, newspaper editor for Ranger Times, owner/editor/publisher of the Ranger Star, and media specialist, photography and art teacher for Ranger Jr. College. He hiked Philmont Scout Ranch as the Scoutmaster with Troop 10 in Ranger and soloed the Appalachian trail at age 60. He loved scouting, hiking, writing, photography, painting, and a hot cup of coffee while sitting around a campfire. Jay loved his family and friends and said recently, "I love all of you - something I have had difficulty saying over the years, but it has always been true- "He also noted, "The inevitable is just that, and when it is time, nothing will stand in the way... Jay's character and integrity will be missed by those who have been touched by his kindness and wit. He was preceded in death by his father, J.C. Bethany in 1946, mother Ocie Bethany in 1976, brother V.E. (Pete) Bethany in 1977 and brother J.E. (Jack) in 1994 and father-in-law D.E. (Red) Stewart in 1993. Survivors are his wife, Geneva; daughter, Melody of Arlington; son and daughter-in-law, Mark and Cindy and daughters Ronni and Erin of Arlington; mother-in-law, Hallie Stewart of Rising Star; stepsons, Bobby Linney and daughter Jennifer of Brownwood and Tommy and Vicky Linney and sons Joey, Josh and Jacob of Grandview and daughter Sharee; and four great-grandchildren.|
|Bethany||Ocie||O.||1902||1976||Block A||Sons: Johnny Hugh Bethany, V. E. (Pete) Bethany, J. E. (Jack) Bethany|
|Bledsoe||Exia Hamilton||Hamilton||4||15||1909||3||11||1993||Block A|
|Boatwright||Mary||Ann||8||29||1879||5||5||1949||Block D||*Funeral home records reflect different birth month = July|
|Boatwright||Rhodie||M.||1868||1946||Block D||*Funeral home records show birth year as 1867 & death year as 1945|
|Bohannon||Minnie||Ila||5||14||1898||4||30||1970||Block C||*Funeral home records show birth date as 5 10 1898.|
|Bolin||Thomas||Francis||10||29||1911||1||27||1983||Block H||SF3 US Navy, WWII|
|Brandstetter||Stephen||D.||11||10||1969||7||29||1995||Block G||Bravo Battery 3/132 FA|
|Brandstetter||William||M.||5||7||1926||7||24||1978||Block G||MM3 US Navy, WWII,|
Jimmie Mae Bridges, 69, of Gorman, died Monday, October 11, 2004 at the Lake
Granbury Medical Center in Granbury. Services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday,
October 13, 2004 at the Higginbotham Funeral Home Chapel in Gorman, Richard
Watson officiated. Burial was in the Murray Cemetery near Carbon.
Mrs. Bridges was born February 22, 1935 in Carbon, Texas to Carl and Lonie (Maness) Bohannon. She married George Bridges on June 5, 1960 in Gorman. She was a homemaker and a member of the New Hope Baptist Church.
She was preceded in death by her parents.
Survivors include her husband, George Bridges of Gorman; two sons, Kent Bridges of Granbury and Wiley Bridges of Midlothian; one daughter, Rosemary Brinegar of Gorman; two sisters, Vesta Lee Overstreet of Fredrick, OK and Mary Clark Brinegar of Gorman; and six grandchildren.
|Brinegar||Mary||Bohannon||6||21||1931||12||6||2007||Mary (Clark) Brinegar, age 76, passed away Thursday, December 6, 2007 at her home near Gorman. Graveside services were held at 2 p.m. Sunday, December 9, 2007 at Murray Cemetery with Richard Watson officiating. Mary was born June 21, 1931 in Eastland County to Carl Bohannon and Lonie Maness Bohannon. Mary’s first husband, Neal Clark, preceded her in death on April 11, 1970. She later married C.R. Brinegar on April 12, 2001 in Eastland. She was a homemaker and a member of the Baptist church. She is survived by husband, C.R. Brinegar of Gorman; and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents and two sisters, Vesta Lee Overstreet and Jimmie Mae Bridges.|
|Brixey||Slina||Katherine||11||13||1925||11||6||2002||Block C||GORMAN- Slina Katherine Brixey, 76, of Gorman, Texas died Wednesday, November 6, 2002 at Hendrick Medical Center in Abilene. Graveside services were held at 2 p.m. Friday, November 8, 2002 at Murray Cemetery near Carbon, Gene Brian officiated. Mrs. Brixey was born November 13, 1925 in Tulia, Texas to William Edgar Ham and Mary Laier Ham. She married Archie R. Brixey on September 24, 1945 in Dallas. She was a retired bookkeeper of the Texas State Bank & Trust in Dallas. She was a homemaker and one of Jehovah's Witnesses. She was preceded in death by her parents and one brother Earl Ham. Survivors are her husband, Archie R. Brixey of Gorman; one son, Paul W. Brixey of Fort Worth; three daughters, Becky Villarreal of Arlington, Kathy Coffey of Hillsboro, and Jannet Smith of Fort Worth; three brothers, R.C. Ham of Odessa, Carlton Ham of Canton and Jearl Ham of Cooper; one sister, Helen Ray of Carrollton; 13 grandchildren and 4 great-grandchildren.|
|Brooks||Leo||E.||10||24||1911||10||8||1998||Block D||"Shag". TEC 3 US Army, WWII|
|Brown||James||Maurice||1||11||1915||12||27||1968||Block E||PFC US Army, WWII|
|Brown||May||Harris||5||1||1878||11||26||1942||*Unknown||*Records inconclusive. Lists burial at Carbon|
|Bryant||Eddie||Travis||12||19||1918||1||13||2009||Block E||Eddie Travis Bryant, 90, of Cisco passed away Tuesday, January 13, 2009, at Valley View Healthcare Center in Eastland. A Graveside Service was held Thursday, January 15, 2009 at 2:00 PM in the Carbon Murray Cemetery officiated by Brad Stephenson and under the direction of Kimbrough Funeral Home of Cisco. Mr. Bryant was born December 19, 1918, to Thomas Wesley and Minnie Dell (Coleman) Bryant in Gorman. He attended six years of school, but later received his GED. He dropped out of school to help his family make a living. He volunteered in 1940 to serve his country in the US Army during World War II and received an honorable discharge in 1945. Eddie worked at many jobs. He was a farmer, had his own Trucking Business, was employed by Burgess Industries as a spot welder, and worked in the Sheriff’s Department as a jailer and at Lake Proctor as a park attendant. He was a member of the Church of Christ. He married Ettoy Seitern on April 20, 1946, in Eastland at the Church of Christ Parsonage. She preceded him in death July 21, 2007. They were blessed with two daughters: Jeanne Rains and husband, Bobby, of Cisco, Patricia Tone and husband, Steve, of Eastland; five grandchildren: Robert Rains and wife, Kay, Tim Rains and wife, Karen, Bradlee Rains and wife, Crystal, all of Cisco and Jason Tone and wife, Brandy, of Weatherford, and Stephanie Tone of Eastland; eight great-grandchildren: Leann Rains, Kaleb Rains, Taylor Rains, Cole Jones, Kelsee Rains, Carson Rains, Justin Hash and Haden Rains. Other survivors include a brother, Truman Bryant and wife, Wanda, and sister-in-law, Bertha Bryant. Two brothers, Troy and Adrian and two sisters, Gladys and Serena (Shug), preceded Eddie in death. His family and many friends will miss him greatly.|
|Bryant||Ettoy||Clark||Scitern||10||16||1926||7||21||2007||Block E||Ettoy Bryant 80, of Cisco passed away Saturday July 21, 2007 in Hendrick Medical Center. Graveside services, officiated by Jim Fitzgerald were held at 2:00 PM Sunday, July 22, 2007 in Murray Cemetery in Carbon under the direction of Kimbrough Funeral Home. Ettoy was born in Crosbyton, Texas on October 16, 1926 to Joseph Lee and Rosa Lee (Clark) Scitern. She graduated from Gorman High School and Isabell Powell Beauty School in Lubbock, Texas. On April 20, 1946, she married Eddie Travis Bryant in the Church of Christ parsonage in Eastland, Texas. She owned and operated a beauty shop in her home; she also, worked as a Gatehouse Attendant at Lake Proctor. In January 1995, she retired from the City of Cisco where she had worked as a Tax Collector. She was a member of the Daugherty Street Church of Christ in Eastland. She is survived by her husband Eddie of Cisco; daughters, Jeanne Rains and husband Bobby of Cisco, Patricia Tone and husband Steve of Eastland; grandsons, Robert Rains and wife Kay, Tim Rains and wife Karen, Bradlee Rains and wife Crystal all of Cisco, Jason Tone and wife Brandy of Burleson; granddaughter, Stephanie Tone of Eastland; great-grandchildren, Leann Rains Kaleb, Rains, Taylor Rains, Kelsee Rains, Carson Rains, Haden Rains, Justin Hash and Cole Jones all of Cisco. Grandsons served as pallbearers.|
|Bryant||Minnie||Della||Coleman||1||14||1897||10||16||1984||Block E||Della married Tom Wesley Bryant and had six children: Gladys, Troy, Eddie, Serena, Adren and Truman|
|Bryant||Tom||Wesley||1||28||1892||9||3||1963||Block E||Tom Bryant married Minnie Della Coleman. They had six children: Gladys, Troy, Eddie, Serena, Adren and Truman.|
|Burgess||Richard||Neeley||1||18||1944||3||5||2002||Block C||Richard (Dicky) Burgess was born on January 18, 1944. He married Susan Madge Justice. He passed to be with his Lord on 5 Mar 2002. His son, Richard Shane Burgess preceded him in death.|
|Burgess||Richard||Shane||2||3||1970||12||19||1997||Block C||Richard Shane Burgess was born February 3, 1970 to Richard Neeley (Dicky) Burgess and Susan Madge Justice. He died December 19 ,1997|
|Caldwell||Jess||Davis||4||3||1891||7||15||1968||Block G||PVT 257 Ambulance CO., WWI|
|Campbell||Norah||Elizabeth||2||9||1899||5||24||1977||*Unknown||*Funeral home records list burial here.|
|Chambless||Gladys||Alta||Asher||4||25||1909||3||28||2004||Block E||GORMAN -- Gladys Alta Chambless, 94, passed away Sunday March 28, 2004 at the local nursing home. Services will be 1 p.m. Wednesday at the Higginbotham Funeral Home Chapel with Bro. Bill Campbell officiating. Burial will follow at Murray Cemetery. Mrs. Chambless was born April 25, 1909 in Gorman to William Asher and Laura (Jones) Asher. She married Jake Chambless in October 1935 in Carbon. He preceded her in death in 1974. She was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Jo Anne Miller of Fort Worth; two grandchildren, David Hatcher of Fort Worth and Carolyn Johnston of Burleson; four great-grandchildren and five great-great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers and two sisters.|
|Clack||Wilma||Faye||White||10||17||1911||12||16||2003||Block D||CISCO- Wilma Faye Clack, 92, of Cisco, died Tuesday, December 16, 2003 at Canterbury Villa of Cisco. Services were held Friday, December 19, 2003 at 10:30 a.m. at Kimbrough Funeral Home Chapel, Rev. Jack Clack, Rev. C.P. Floyd and Danny Clack all officiated. Burial was in the Carbon Murray Cemetery, directed by Kimbrough Funeral Home. Mrs. Clack was born in Gorman, Texas on October 17, 1911 to Hattie Belle (Payne) and Sipio Wade White. She married Chester Green (Bud) Clack in Carbon on January 24, 1931. He preceded her in death on January 12, 1990. She was a former employee of Boss Glove and Cisco Child Care Center and was a member of East Cisco Baptist Church. Survivors are two sons, Jack Lee Clack and wife Vera of Moran and Danny Wade Clack and wife Brenda of Winters; grandchildren, Jay Clack, Joe Clack, John Clack, Kimberly Pierce and husband Jeremy, Keely Clack and Kerianna Clack; great-grandchildren, Jason Clack, Jacob Clack, Hannah Clack, Jessica Clack, Katelin Clack, Lauren Pierce and Emily Pierce.|
|Clack||Green||Henry||8||15||1868||3||7||1945||Block D||*Funeral home records show birth as 8 13 1868.|
|Cook||S.||M.||6||18||2008||EASTLAND - S.M. Cook, 79, of Ranger, passed away Wednesday, June 18, 2008 in Eastland. Graveside services were held at 9 A.M. Saturday, June 21, 2008 at the Murray Cemetery in Carbon with Denver Rainey officiating.|
|Couch||Patrick||Henry||9||29||1872||4||21||1964||Block F||SGT 6 REG INF Band, SP AM WAR. *Records show birth year as 1871.|
|Cox||Deborah||Sue||7||10||1960||11||11||2002||Block F||*Records show birth date as 7 10 1950|
|Cox||Leamon||4||3||1918||7||29||2008||CARBON - Leamon Cox, age 90, of Carbon passed away Tuesday, July 29, 2008 at Kindred Southwest Hospital in Fort Worth. Services were held at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 31, 2008 at the Higginbotham Funeral Home Chapel with Benny Hagan officiating. Burial followed at Murray Cemetery. Music for the service was provided by Zane Harrington. Mr. Cox was born April 3, 1918 in Carbon, Texas to Thomas Jefferson Cox and Viola Hammett Cox. He had previously lived in Levelland and Fort Worth before moving back to Carbon. Mr. Cox was a retired commercial truck driver. He was a veteran of World War II serving in the U.S. Army. He is survived by nieces and nephews, Richard Cox, Nora Mixer, Shirley Jubenville, Martha Harrington, Kenneth Murphy, Tommy Murphy, Harold Hammett, Paula Mitchell, Faye Robinson, Grace Cummings, Ella Mae Taylor, Helen Robinson, Pauline Cox and Ruth Ann Lemon. He was preceded in death by his parents, seven brothers, Charlie Hammett, Carnett Cox, Willie Jack Cox, Bruce Cox, Lawrence Cox, T.J. Cox, and Jim Cox; two sisters, Alva Cox Hagan and Rebecca Cox Murphy.|
|Cox||Thomas||Jefferson||10||2||1868||6||26||1945||Block A||"T.J.", *Records show birth date as 10 23 1868.|
|Craighead*||Asa||Allen||1||12||1882||2||7||1941||Block D||*Last name spelled Craighead - headstone incorrect. Birth: Jan. 12, 1882 Death: Feb. 7, 1941 Married to Ruth Mable Bennett|
|Craighead*||Ruth||Mable||Bennett||9||23||1895||12||30||1985||Block D||*Last name spelled Craighead - headstone incorrect. Birth: Sep. 23, 1895; Death: Dec. 30, 1985; Married to Asa Allen Craighead|
|Craighead||Lee||Roy||11||28||1918||1||15||2002||Block B||Birth: Nov. 28, 1918 Death: Jan. 15, 2002 Married to Ramon Nell Harris. Father to: Virginia Ruth, Roy Elton & Clifton Lee|
|Craighead||Maud||Ekuzabeth||Knaup||8||26||1891||1||30||1970||Block D||Maud Elizabeth Knaup Craighead. Birth: Aug. 26, 1891 Texas, USA Death: Jan. 30, 1970 Gorman, Eastland County, Texas, USA Daughter of Rudolph and Mary Jane Knaup. Married to Sherman Lee Craighead. Mother to two sons. One was born and died in 1914. The second son, S L Craighead Jr.|