Oscar Cortez Ingram
of Navarro County, Texas


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Dec 31, 1889 - Jan 18, 1986
Husband of Euba Louene (Bell) Ingram Married Dec 19, 1935;
Son of W. G. C. "Billy" Ingram & Mary Tennessee (Pond) Ingram
1st Lt. US Army WWI

 


Rose Hill Cemetery, Blooming Grove, TX

 

 

Lt. Oscar C. Ingram, Co. B, 806 Pioneer Inf., 2nd Army Corps.  Blooming Grove, Texas

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OBITUARY

Oscar C. Ingram

BLOOMING GROVE—Oscar Cortez Ingram, 96, of Blooming Grove died Saturday at the Twilight Home.

Service is 10 a.m. Monday at the Methodist Church in Blooming Grove. The Rev. Don Elrod will officiate with burial in Rose Hill Cemetery.

Griffin-Roughton Funeral Home of Blooming Grove is in charge of arrangements.

Survivors are one sister, Letha Biggar of Blooming Grove and four nephews.

Pallbearers will be Arthur Garrison, Phil Golden, Dan Nicholson, Stokes Armstrong, Bobby Ralston and Y. M. Putman.

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Oscar Ingram

Oscar Ingram, 96, of Blooming Grove, died Saturday at Northside Nursing Center.

Services were today at the Methodist Church in Blooming Grove with Rev. Don Elrod officiating. Burial was in Rose Hill Cemetery under direction of Griffin Roughton Funeral Home of Blooming Grove.

Survivors include a sister, Letha Biggar of Blooming Grove; and four nephews.

Pallbearers were Arthur Garrison, Phil Golden, Dan Nicholson, Stokes Armstrong, Bobby Ralston, and Y. M. Putman.

Notes:

monument has wrong death year—Death record and obit is 1986 –please change death year to 1986

name: Oscar Cortez Ingram
title:
gender: Male
marital status:
death date: 18 Jan 1986
death county: Navarro
death place: Navarro, Texas, United States


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