|Boozer, Ivy Paul
June 24, 1905 - August
33, formerly of Omaha passed away early - morning at an El Paso hospital
after a brief illness of pneumonia, which followed several months of
failing health. The deceased, son of Lula & W. H. Boozer, who was reared
in the Concord community, is well known by a host of friends who learned
of his death. He was married to Miss Lorena Johnson in 1926 and in
19—moved to El Paso where he was an employee of the El Paso Electric
Company until the time of his death. Surviving are the wife and daughter
Barbara Ann; Mr. & Mrs. W. H. Boozer; brothers Allen and Clayton and a
host of other relatives. The body arrived in Omaha at o’clock Tuesday
night by the Cotton Belt railroad and conveyed to the home of his
parents and remained until 3 o’clock Wednesday when funeral services
were conducted at the Concord Church with – S. Wiley, minister of the
Church of Christ of Mt. Pleasant assisted by Rev. a. A. J. Finley of
Omaha. Burial was made in the Concord Cemetery beneath a mound of
beautiful flowers. (Row 31 SEC)
|Talley, Rev. D. J. (David James)
TALLEY, REV. D. J. (DAVID
JAMES) April 4, 1869 – March 11, 1938
Minister of Morris County
Buried at Concord Saturday
Rev. D. J. Talley Was Well
Known In This County
services were held at Concord at 4:00 o'clock Saturday afternoon for
Rev. D. J. Talley, prominent Baptist minister of Morris County, who died
at his home southeast of Cookville Friday.
was 69 years of age, and had resided in that section for over 40 years.
He had suffered an illness of several months prior to his death. Rev.
Talley leaves a host of relatives and friends in Morris and Titus
Counties, who will regret to hear of his death.
attended the family from Mt. Pleasant were Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Riddle,
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. D A. Talley, Mr. and Mrs. G. A.
Talley and family and H. H. Talley.
Among the many
of out of town relatives and friends attending the funeral of D. J.
Talley at Concord Saturday afternoon, were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Guess and
children, Dorothy, Virginia, Nannie and Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Garrett
and son, William, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Talley and son Weldon, Henry
Talley, and Mr. and Mrs. Dock Talley, all of Mt. Pleasant; Mr. and Mrs.
Bowen Ramage and son, Billie Joe, and Mrs. Glass of Shreveport, La; Mrs.
Willie Walker, Talco; R. W. Galloway and Leland Townes of Foss, Okla;
Mrs. Ida Lilley and children, Earl and Miss Johnnie Lee Taylor of
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