George C. and Maudie Lankford Lindsey. Taken
Photo from the collection of James Campbell Lindsey
George Campbell Lindsey
Sep. 6, 1887 - Mar 24, 1918
Son of William Martin Lindsey
& Nancy "Nannie" Jane (Osborne) Lindsey; Husband of Maudie Lindsey.
Husband of Maudie (Lankford) Lindsey-Williams-Hendon [bur at Knox City
Cemetery, Knox, Knox Co., TX]. Her second husband was Zack "Jack"
Campbell Williams who died in 1951. Her third husband was Arch
Hendon. The loved in Lorenzo, TX
OBITUARY: (Dallas Times Herald, March 25, 1918) (photocopy)
Body to Blooming Grove
The body of George C. Lindsey aged thirty , who died Sunday morning at a
local sanitarium, was forwarded to Blooming Grove Sunday night for
burial. Mr. Lindsey came to Dallas from Mexia, his home, for treatment.
Died In Dallas.
Geo. C. Lindsey of Mexia died in Dallas yesterday morning where he
was taken for an operation. The deceased was thirty years old and was
reared in this county near Emmett. The body reached here last night from
Dallas and was taken to Dresden where interment took place this
afternoon. The deceased left a wife by no children. A brother, W. L.
Lindsey of Mexia, and a brother in law, J. A. Sheppard, of Meridian,
accompanied the remains.
Resolutions of Respect
The subject of this sketch, our beloved Brother, George Lindsey, was
born Sept. 6th, 1887 in Navarro County, Texas, living here until 1915,
when he moved to Bosque County, then he moved to Limestone County, where
he lived until the end came. On the 24th day of March, 1918, he was
married to Maudie Lankford. He joined the Missionary Baptist church at
the age of 15 and he lived a faithful and devoted life.
He leaves a wife, father, mother and several sisters and a brother to
mourn his loss. We would say to the bereaved, weep not, for we know that
he has gone to rest.
All was done for him that his loving wife, mother, and father could do,
but all in vain. God has called him and he was willing and ready to go.
We request that a copy of this be sent to the Corsicana Light for
J. J. SYKES,
B. J. WARRINGTON,
W. S. MCCULLOCH,
Cemetery, Dresden, Navarro County, Texas