William Joseph Ingram
of Navarro County, Texas


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William Joseph Ingram
WWII Veteran

William Joseph Ingram was the son of Effeldred Harris Ingram (1879-1954) & Francis Ida (Watkins) Ingram (1885-1974).  He was born Aug 16, 1905 and died Aug 30, 1972.  He was buried at the Cryer Creek Cemetery in Navarro County, Texas.  He was a WWII Veteran.

 

Attachment is Picture including Joseph William Ingram, fought in WWII.  Lived
and died in Navarro County.  Joseph is the tall man, top row, on the far
left.  I guess he is the second man on that row.  He is the only one I can
identify in the picture.  Pamela Ingram


OBITUARY

Joe Ingram

Joe Ingram, 67, died Wednesday morning at Memorial Hospital. He was a farmer and a lifetime resident of Barry. Ingram was a veteran of World War 11.

Services are pending at Corley Funeral Home. Burial will be in the Cryer Creek cemetery.

Survivors include his mother Mrs. Frances Ida Ingram of Corsicana; one brother, Raymond Ingram of Fort Worth; three sisters, Mrs. Laura Smith of Barry, Mrs. Bessie Beck of Dallas, and Mrs. Classie Baker of Purdon; and a number of nieces and nephews.

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J. Ingram
Funeral services are scheduled for 3:30 p.m. Thursday at Corley Funeral Chapel for Joe Ingram, 67, who died Wednesday morning at Memorial Hospital. Rev. B. W. Johnson will officiate and burial will be in
Cryer Creek Cemetery.

Survivors include his mother, one brother, three sisters and a number of nieces and nephews.

Cousins will be pallbearers.

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J. Ingram
Services were at 3:30 p.m. Thursday at a local funeral home for Joe Ingram, 67, who died Wednesday morning at Memorial Hospital. Rev. B. W. Johnson officiated, and burial was in
Cryer Creek Cemetery.
Survivors include his mother, a brother, three sisters and a number of nieces and nephews.

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Cryer Creek Cemetery, Navarro County, Texas

 


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