Fannie Cornelia (Murphy) Freeman
of Navarro County, Texas


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IN MEMORY OF SISTER T. M. FREEMAN
 

The subject of this sketch: Sister Fannie McGill Freeman has answered the call of her heavenly father.

Sister freeman was born in 1870, died November 23, 1943, at her home in Blooming Grove, being 73 years old. She was married to T. M. Freeman n 1885. To this union were born nine children, five boys and four girls. One boy died in Infancy and her husband died in 1926. Surviving her are four boys and four girls. Namely: W. T. Freeman, Roy Freeman, Blooming Grove, Texas; Rice Freeman, Levelland, Texas; Claude Freeman, Ft. Worth, Texas; Mrs. Mamie Garden, California; Mrs. Ina Carroll, Blooming Grove, Texas; Mrs. Arl Crocker, Barry, Texas; and Mrs. Aaron Smith, Dallas, Texas. Also 24 Grandchildren, 14 Great Grandchildren, and other relatives and friends.

Sister Freeman professed faith in Christ in early life and joined the First Baptist Church, Blooming Grove, Texas, March 28, 1925, of which she was a member at her passing.  Sister Freeman has lived in this community forty-two years. She was faithful to her Lord and church and in the passing of this dear woman, the church has lost a consecrated member, the children a loving mother, an friends, a friend indeed, for she was a friend to all who knew her.

Funeral rites were held in the First Baptist Church, November 25, 1943,at 4 o'clock with Eld. W. G. Griffith, her pastor, conducting the rites. Grandsons were pallbearers. Burial in Cryer Creek Cemetery with McCormick's Funeral Service in Charge.

A dear one from us has gone
A voice we loved is still
A vacant place is in our home
That never can be filled

Committee from church:
Mrs. J. P. Avery
Mrs. R. L. Kagler
Mrs. L. R. Low

 


PUBLISHED OBITUARY

Frances Cornelia (Murphy) Freeman
Nov 1870 - Nov 24, 1943

Burial Services Held

CORSICANA, Texas, Nov. 28. - Funeral services for Mrs. Frances C. Freeman, 73, who died at her home in Blooming Grove, were held at Blooming Grove. Burial was in the Cryer Creek Cemetery. A native of Alabama, Mrs. Freeman lived in Blooming Grove for forty-two years. Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Mamie Gorden, California; Mrs. India Carroll, Blooming Grove; Mrs. Arl Crocker, Barry and Mrs. Aaron Smith, Dallas; four sons, Will T. and Roy Freeman, both of Blooming Grove; Rice Freeman, Levelland, and Claude Freeman, Fort Worth; twenty-four grandchildren and fourteen great-grandchildren.

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  • TXDI - Wife of Thomas Freeman

  • Submitted by Karen Rost

 



MRS. F. C. FREEMAN OF BLOOMING GROVE BURIED THURSDAY

BLOOMING GROVE, Nov. 27. - (Spl.) - Mrs. Frances C. Freeman, aged 73 years, died at her home here Wednesday afternoon. Funeral services wre held from the First Baptist church here Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock with burial in the Cryer Creek cemetery. The rites were conducted by Rev. W. G. Griffith, pastor of the church. Grandsons were pallbearers.

A native of Alabama, Mrs. Freeman had resided in this community for 42 years.

Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Mamie Gorden, California; Mrs. Inda Carroll, Blooming Grove; Mrs. Arl Crocker, Barry, and Mrs. Aaron Smith, Dallas; four sons, Will T. Freeman and Roy Freeman, both of Blooming Grove; Rice Freeman, Levelland, and Claude Freeman, Fort Worth; 24 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren.

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