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Ball Victoria Mae

BALL, VICTORIA MAE                                                                               May 3, 1895 - August 26, 1940

In Memory of VICTORIA MAE BALL, Born May 3, 1895, Passed Away August 26, 1940. Clergyman Officiating: Rev. Eugene McClung, Mt. Pleasant, TX. Final Resting Place: Concord Cemetery. Hanner Funeral Service, Atlanta, TX. Survivors: Husband, Jesse Lee Ball of Omaha, children: Francis Lee Ball and wife, Vera Lynn, and Mae Dorothy Ball Tigert and husband, Dee W. Tigert of Omaha; one granddaughter, Frances Ann Ball of Omaha; two brothers and their families, Austin Martin Embree, Jr. of Cookville and Cornelius Weaver Embree of Albuquerque, NM; two half-sisters, Myrtice Stansberry and Sally Foster of KS. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Eva Lorene Ball, and her parents, Austin Martin Embree, Sr. and Mary Elizabeth Dooley Embree.  (Row 27 NE)

Lackey, William Dave

LACKEY, WILLIAM DAVE                                                                         September 16, 1884 - December 15, 1940

Funeral services were held from the Concord Baptist Church at 2:00 o’clock Monday afternoon for Wm. David Lackey, who passed away early Sunday morning, December 15, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Dan (Lovie) Walker and Mr. Walker.  His death was attributed to Bright’s disease.  Rev. A. J. Findley, pastor of the Concord church at the time the deceased became a member of it, had charge of the services, assisted by Rev. C. E. Parish, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Omaha, and Rev. Ben Anderson, pastor of the local Methodist church.  Burial was made in the family plat in the Concord cemetery.  Pallbearers were H. G. Wallace, W. M. Belyeu, Royce Thigpen, J. H. McCollum, W. E. Swint, Vernon Lawhon, T. A. Thigpen and David Giles.  Mr. Lackey was born in Jackson County, AL on September 16, 1884.  He came with his parents, the late Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Lackey to Texas when about eight years of age and had lived in Omaha and the Concord community practically all his life. In 1904 he was married to Miss Kittie Boozer, who preceded him in death seven years ago.  To this union was born two children.  For many years he was a progressive farmer, but at the time of his death he was in the grocery business at Omaha.  He was married to Mrs. Lee Boozer a few years ago.  Surviving are his daughter and son, Mrs. Dan (Lovie) Walker and Clyde Lackey, and three grandchildren David, Nancy and Kathryn Walker, all of Omaha; two brothers Jim C. Lackey of Greenville, and Jesse Lackey of Deming, New Mexico; two sisters Mrs. Lucy Finney of Oklahoma City, OK and Mrs. Leona Boozer of Aubrey. (Row 23 SE)


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