James Daniel Hinson (1881-1949)

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James Daniel Hinson is my grandfather Wallace Paul Cowan’s uncle, brother to his mother Myrtle Bertie Hinson Cowan (1879-1971). He is the 6th of 10 children of Isaac Newton Hinson (1849-1925) and Louisa Cumi Harp Hinson (1852-1918). You can read about their family here.

Daniel was born July 6, 1881 in Whitener, Arkansas. He first appears on the 1900 US Census, age 18, living with his parents and siblings in Springdale, Arkansas. He married Capitola Lester in Washington County, Arkansas on July 18, 1905. He was 24, she was 20.

On the 1910 US Census, Daniel J is 29 and Capitola is 24. They live in Springdale, and they have a son Willie N, age 4, Daniel is working as a laborer, doing odd jobs. Capitola is a dressmaker, working at home. She has given birth to two children. Horace G. Hinson was born October 23, 1908, and died of pneumonia on November 30, 1908 according to his Find A Grave memorial.

On the 1920 US Census, they are in Iola, Kansas. Daniel J is 38 and working as a laborer in a garage. Capitola is 34 and is a dressmaker, working at home. They have 4 children now. Willie is 13, Lester is 9, Murvin is 6 and Mildred is 2. They had another son, Herbert D. Hinson, born June 3, 1925. He died May 12, 1926 and his Find A Grave memorial is here.

On the 1930 US Census, they remain in Iola, Kansas. James D is 48 and a laborer doing odd jobs. Capitola G is 44 and a seamstress in a private home. Children still at home are Murvin (age 17), Mildred (age 12) and now they have E Glenn who is 8.

On the 1940 US Census, they are still in Iola, Kansas. Dan is 58 and Capitola is 54. An occupation isn’t listed for Dan, but Capitola is a seamstress at WPA Sewing Room. (WPA stands for Works Progress Administration, part of the New Deal which provided jobs during the Great Depression. You can read more about it here.) The only child left at home is Glenn, age 18, who is working as an elevator operator at a hotel.

Dan died on May 31, 1949 and Capitola died November 8, 1970. They are buried in Highland Cemetery in Iola, Kansas. Find A Grave has memorials for Dan and Capitola.

His children:

William Newton Hinson (pictured above with younger brother Murvin) was born April 20, 1906. He married Margaret Brower. I can’t find him on the 1930 US Census, but by 1940 they are in Las Vegas, Nevada. William is 34 and working as a brakeman on a steam railroad. Margaret is 30 and a stenographer. Margaret died July 13, 1956. William died August 17, 1989. His Find A Grave memorial is here.

Lester K. Hinson (left, pictured with his dad shortly before his dad died) was born November 13, 1910. He married Thelma L. Croley, and worked as an auto mechanic in Iola, Kansas on the 1930 and 1040 US Census. They had 1 child. Lester died June 20, 1983 and Thelma died March 9, 1989. Lester’s Find A Grave memorial is here.

Murvin D. Hinson (right, pictured with his dad) was born July 26, 1913. He married Evelyn Ruth Leslie. On the 1940 US Census they are in Iola, Kansas, and he works as a timekeeper for county road improvement. He enlisted in the Army at the end of World War II on April 21, 1945 and served through July 21, 1946. He died September 30, 1994 and Evelyn died August 27, 1999. Murvin’s Find a Grave memorial is here.

HINSON MildredMildred Lois Hinson (pictured to the right, and below with her brother Glen) was born 1917. She married William McClay and is found living with him in the 1940 US Census in Iola, Kansas. William’s occupation was “ice-man.” By 1948 she is living in Wichita, Kansas and listed in the city directory under her maiden name. She died 1984. Mildred’s Find A Grave memorial is here.

Lloyd Glen HINSON Mildred and GlenHinson (pictured with his sister Mildred) was born August 19, 1921. He married Gladys Mae Downey and they had 3 children. They lived in Pasadena, Texas. Glen died on March 7, 1986 and Gladys died on December 12 the same year.

Dora Ada Hinson Sanders (1875-1959)

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Dora Ada Hinson Sanders is my grandfather Wallace Paul Cowan’s aunt, sister to his mother Myrtle Bertie Hinson Cowan (1879-1971). She is the 3rd of 10 children of Isaac Newton Hinson (1849-1925) and Louisa Cumi Harp Hinson (1852-1918). You can read about their family here.

HINSON Dora Ada black and white  SANDERS andrew jackson black and white
    Dora Ada Hinson Sanders        Andrew Jackson Sanders

Ada was born May 7, 1875 in Whitener, Arkansas. By the 1900 US Census she had been married to Andrew Jackson Sanders, a farmer, for 7 years and had given birth to 3 children, two of which were living: Albert U, age 3; Samuel N, age 2. They lived in Madison County, Arkansas. I haven’t found a record of their marriage, but Andrew’s Find A Grave memorial says they were married February 28, 1893 in Madison County, Arkansas. It lists Dora A as 25 and Andrew J as 26.

HINSON Isaac HARP Louisa, HINSON Bertie HINSON Dora Ada SANDERS Andrew Jackson

Sonny Sanders (son of Utah Sanders) sent me the portraits above and the group photo below.  Dora and Andrew Jackson Sanders are mismarked as Mr. & Mrs. A. G. Sanders. I think the photo was taken around 1905-06. I haven’t identified all the siblings in the photo but Ada’s mother Cumi is in the center and her father Isaac is marked G. Father Hinson.

(Update: Shiloh Museum of Ozark History has this photo in their archives and provided me with more information. It was taken at the Baggett residence in Springdale around 1904. The man in the middle row to the left of Cumi is Blake Baggett. Based on this identification, think he’s holding his daughter Winnie G. Baggett, who was born in 1900, and I believe that is his wife May Belle Hinson Baggett standing behind him to the left.)

On the 1910 US Census, Ada L and Andrew J are both 35. They are still farming in Springdale. Eutah S is 13, Samuel R is 12 and Otis C is 9.

I can’t find them on the 1920 US Census but from Utah’s Find A Grave memorial I know the family moved to Washington state in about 1911, and then to Texas in 1913.

Photo: “at their farm in Texas”

In the 1930 US Census, Ada and Andrew J are 55 & 56 years old. In the 1940 US Census, D Ada is 65 and Andrew J is 66. They are farming in Crosby, Texas.

Utah is married and farming in Lubbock, Texas in 1930 and by 1940 is a contractor is Los Angeles. Sam is married and farming in Lubbock (1930 and 1940). Ott is married and lives in Crosby. He is working as a teacher (1930) and a superintendent (1940).

Ada and Andrew both died at Poplar Grove Convalescent Home in Lubbock, Texas. Ada died on December 28, 1959 and Andrew died June 30, 1962. Find A Grave has memorials for Ada and Andrew. They are buried in Lorenzo Cemetery in Crosby County, Texas.

Her children:

Carnel O. Sanders was born April 11, 1894 and died March 20, 1896. His Find A Grave memorial is here.

SANDERS UtahAlbert Utah Sanders (pictured on right) was born August 22, 1896. He married Anna Gladys Woodward in 1921 and they had 6 children. Utah died April 29, 1985. His Find A Grave memorial is here.

Samuel Newton Sanders was born March 27, 1898. He married Jo B. Fugitt on June 29, 1921 and they had 3 children. Sam died November 12, 1989. His Find A Grave memorial is here.

SANDERS Ottis Lee black and whiteOttis Lee Sanders (pictured on left) was born April 16, 1901. He married Mallie McCall on June 5, 1927. They didn’t have children. Ott died His Find A Grave memorial is here.

May Belle Hinson Baggett (1877-1970)

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May Belle Hinson Baggett is my grandfather Wallace Paul Cowan’s aunt, sister to his mother Myrtle Bertie Hinson Cowan (1879-1971). She is the 4th of 10 children of Isaac Newton Hinson (1849-1925) and Louisa Cumi Harp Hinson (1852-1918). You can read about their family here.

Belle was born September 24, 1977 in Whitener, Arkansas. She appears on the 1880 US Census as Emily M Hinson, age 3. She married Robert Blake Baggett in Washington County, Arkansas on December 24, 1899. She was 22 and he was 28.

HINSON Isaac HARP Louisa, HINSON Bertie HINSON Dora Ada SANDERS Andrew Jackson(Update: I had included this photo on some other pages, but wanted to add it here based on new information. Shiloh Museum of Ozark History has this photo in their archives and provided me with more information. It was taken at the Baggett residence in Springdale around 1904. The man in the middle row to the left of Cumi is Blake Baggett. With this identify confirmed, I think he’s holding his daughter Winnie G. Baggett, who was born in 1900, and I believe that is his wife May Belle Hinson Baggett standing behind him to the left. Dora and Andrew Jackson Sanders are mismarked as Mr. & Mrs. A. G. Sanders. I haven’t identified all the people in the photo but Ada’s mother Cumi is in the center and her father Isaac is marked G. Father Hinson.)

I find them next on the 1910 US Census in Springdale, Arkansas. Belle M is 32, Robert B. Baggett is 39, and they have three children: Winnie G is 9, Andy Ray is 6, and Theda is 3. Robert’s occupation is “Teaming” and industry is “freight.”

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Photo: Seated in buggy is Dora Ada Hinson Sanders and her mother Louisa Cumi Harp Hinson. Standing, right to left are May Belle Hinson Baggett, probably her daughter Theda Gail Baggett Collins, then Wallace Paul Cowan and Mrs. Gramblin and Faye. I thought Mrs. Gramblin and Faye were neighbors but I can’t find them on a census.

On the 1920 US Census, May Belle is 42 and Blake is 48. Blake’s occupation is farmer and industry is “home farm.” They live in Springdale and Theda is 12 and Ada is 8.

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Photo: May Belle Hinson Baggett on the left, her sister Dora Ada Hinson Sanders on the right.

On the 1930 US Census, Belle M is 53 and Blake is 59, living in Springdale, Arkansas. Ada K. is 18. Blake is a Laborer at the gas company and Ada is a Saleslady at a variety store.

On the 1940 US Census, Belle is 61 and R. B. 68 and they are still in Springdale. A granddaughter, Maxine Moore age 11 lives with them. R. B. is a “common laborer” and industry is “odd farm work.”

Photo: Thanksgiving 1959, May Belle Hinson Baggett and her sister Myrtle Bertie Hinson Cowan.

Blake died February 13, 1969 and Belle followed on October 26, 1970. They are buried in Bluff Cemetery in Springdale. Their Find A Grave memorials are here.

Her children:

Winnie G. Baggett Main was born October 12, 1900. She married John L. Main of Sebastian County, Arkansas on July 27, 1919 in Washington County, Arkansas. They had 4 children. She died January 14, 1983. Her Find A Grave memorial is here.

Andy Ray Baggett was born July 10, 1904 and died January 17, 1919. His Find A Grave Memorial is here.

Theda Gail Baggett Collins was born April 25, 1907. She married Fern Eugene Moore in Washington County, Arkansas on August 20, 1927. They had a child in 1929. On the 1940 US Census she is divorced, lodging with a family and working as a waitress. Her daughter Maxine is 11 and living with her grandparents. Theda married Calvin Thomas Collins in Washington County on April 14, 1940. She died December 2, 2004 and is buried in bluff Cemetery in Springdale. Her Find A Grave memorial is here. (Maxine’s Find a Grave memorial is here, and it says she is the daughter of Theda and Calvin.)

Ada Catherine Baggett Jenkins (see photo on the left) was born August 16, 1912. She married Harold Jenkins in Springdale, Arkansas on November 23, 1932. They had 2 children. She died February 15, 2010. Her Find A Grave memorial is here.

 

 

Cleopatra Ellen Hinson Johnson (1886-1946)

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(Scrapbook pages created in Close To My Heart’s Studio J. Her date of death noted on these pages is from her death certificate, and I don’t think it is correct.)

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A cousin, Sonny Sanders, sent me these photos of Cleopatra Ellen Hinson Johnson. In the photo on the left, she is on the left with her sister Vernie Jane Hinson Lloyd (1889-1920). In the photo below she is (I think on the left) with her sister Dora Ada Hinson Sanders.

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Cleopatra is my grandfather Wallace Paul Cowan’s aunt, sister to his mother Myrtle Bertie Hinson Cowan (1879-1971). She is the 9th of 10 children of Isaac Newton Hinson (1849-1925) and Louisa Cumi Harp Hinson (1852-1918). You can read about their family here.

It seems that Cleopatra used the name Clopie most of her life. As a child on the US Census with her parents, she appears as Clara Henson age 14 in 1900, and as Cleopie E Henson age 24 in 1910.

On December 23, 1912, Clopie married Sterling Oscar Johnson in Washington County, Arkansas. The index for Arkansas marriages has her name as Julia Cleopie Hinson and says she was 26 and living in Springdale, Arkansas. Sterling O. was 24 and living in Memphis, Tennessee.

On the 1920 US Census, they live in Memphis. Sterling is 32 and working as a Car Counter for the railroad. Clopie is 31 and they have three children: Maurice (age 6), Roena (age 4) and Thelma (age 9 months).

On the 1930 US Census, they are still in Memphis. Sterling is 41 and working as a Car Counter for the Missouri Pacific Railroad.  Clopie is also 41. Maurice is 15, Rowena is 13, Thelma is 12, and there are two more children, Jerome (age 9) and Audry Bell (age 4).

On the 1940 US Census, they still live in Memphis. Sterling is 50 and working as a Freight Cashier for the railroad, and Clopie is 51. All their children still live at home. Maurice is 27 and a Yard Clerk for the railroad. Rowena is 24 and an Operator for a telegraph company. Thelma is 21 and not working. Jerome is 20 and not working. Audrey is 14.

The next record I have of Clopie is her Tennessee Death Certificate where she is listed as Clopie Hinson Johnson. She died of mitral insufficiency on October 24, 1946 and she is buried in Memorial Cemetery in Memphis, Tennessee. Her Find a Grave memorial is here.

Her children:

Maurice Sterling Johnson enlisted in the US Army on June 4, 1941, and served in World War II. He married Shirley Jacobson on September 5, 1944 in Kitsap County, Washington. He was in the US Army at the time. According to Social Security records he was born on November 16, 1913 and died on May 12, 1980.

Rowena Gussie Johnson married Francis Ray Nicholson in 1944 and they had 2 daughters. Her Find A Grave memorial says they lived in Tennessee until retirement in 1989 and then in Boulder, Colorado. According to Social Security records she was born November 13, 1915 and died November 28, 2007.

Thelma Louise Johnson, according to Social Security records, was born April 17, 1918 and died June 1, 2000.  She married Guy W. Canipe, and she died in Cordova, Tennessee. Her Find A Grave memorial is here.

 

 

 

 

Jerome Hinson Johnson, according to Social Security records, was born January 3, 1920 and died November 8, 1994 in Clayton, Georgia.

Audrey Bell Johnson married Raymond Joseph Percha on September 25, 1948 in Detroit, Michigan. I don’t have further information on them.

Vernie Jane Hinson Lloyd (1889-1920)

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A cousin, Sonny Sanders, sent me this photo of Vernie Jane Hinson Lloyd, with her sister Cleopatra Ellen Hinson Johnson (1886-1946) on the left.

Vernie is my grandfather Wallace Paul Cowan’s aunt, sister to his mother Myrtle Bertie Hinson Cowan (1879-1971). She is the youngest of 10 children of Isaac Newton Hinson (1849-1925) and Louisa Cumi Harp Hinson (1852-1918). You can read about their family here.

 

 

 

Sonny Sanders also sent me the photo below. Sonny is grandson of Vernie’s sister Dora Ada Hinson Sanders, and son of Utah Sanders pictured, so he is Vernie’s great nephew.

HINSON Isaac HARP Louisa, HINSON Bertie HINSON Dora Ada SANDERS Andrew Jackson

Dora and her husband Andrew Jackson Sanders are mismarked in this photo as Mr. & Mrs. A. G. Sanders. Ottis Lee Sanders was born in April 1901 and he looks to be about 4-5 in the photo, so that means the photo was taken around 1905-06. It is possible that Vernie is in this photo with her parents and some siblings and nieces and nephews. She would have been 16-17 years old, so I think she may be the 4th person from the left in the back row. But I’m just guessing.

A Verna Henson married M. M. Borden on December 2, 1906 in Garland, Arkansas but I don’t know if this was our Vernie. I can’t find record of this couple after marriage.

By 1910 US Census she has been married to Robert Elmer Lloyd for 2 years, but I can’t find record of their marriage. He is a clerk at a grocery store and they live in Crawford County, Arkansas.

Her first child, Elliot Lloyd, is born 7 days after the census was taken on April 29, 1910. He died June 14, 1911 and his Find A Grave memorial is here.

Her second child James Elmer Lloyd was born November 13, 1912. He married Pauline Bailey on October 28, 1934. They had several children, the first named after his mother. He served in the Navy in World War II. He died in Arkansas on December 9, 1997 and his Find A Grave memorial is here.

Vernie’s third child Virginia Lloyd was born March 1, 1917 and died February 16, 1919. Her Find A Grave memorial is here.

The family is enumerated on the 1920 US Census on January 6. The family lives in Sebastian County, Arkansas and Robert is a salesman at a grocery store. Vernie died less than a month later on February 5, 1920 at age 30. Her Find A Grave memorial here.

Robert Elmer Lloyd married Fannie Harwood on April 11, 1921, and they remained in Sebastian County Arkansas on the 1930 and 1940 US Census. They had no children. Robert died August 31, 1955 and his Find A Grave memorial is here.

Daniel Henson (1806/10-186*) & Rhoda Vaughn (1812-188*)

Updated October 2017

Daniel Henson & Rhoda Vaughn are my 3x great grandparents, parents of my 2x great grandfather Isaac Newton Hinson.

Daniel Henson was born between 1806 & 1810 in Tennessee. His parents are unknown.

Rhoda Vaughn was born about 1812 in Tennessee. She was the daughter of Daniel Vaughn & Margaret Hammons.

Daniel & Rhoda married in about 1832, probably in Arkansas.

On the 1840 US Census, Daniel Henson was head of a household in Prairie, Madison County, Arkansas. There were 6 in the family: 2 males aged 5-9 (William, unknown); 1 male aged 20-29 (Daniel); 2 females under age 5 (Margaret, Penelope); 1 female aged 20-29 (Rhoda).

On the 1850 US Census, the family was farming in Brush Creek, Washington County, Arkansas. Daniel and Rhoda are both listed as age 40. Children in the home were: William, age 17; Margaret, age 14; Penelope, age 11; Thomas, age 8; Daniel, age 5; Isaac, age 1. Only William was attending school.

On the 1860 US Census, the family was farming in Clear Creek, Washington County, Arkansas. Daniel was 54 and Rhoda was 48. Children at home were: Thomas, age 18; Phillip, age 15; Isaac, age 10; Emily, age 1; Penelope, age 20 with husband William Linley, age 43, and infant Mary. Penelope and Rhoda are marked as being unable to read.

Many people online note that Daniel Henson and his son Phillip Daniel Henson served in the Civil War. Between records I found on Fold3 and information on Edward G. Gerdes Civil War Page I think it’s likely both did, but I can’t be sure. The records don’t include identifying information other than name and age.

A Daniel Henson served on the Confederate side in Company K of the 11 and 17 Consolidated Arkansas Infantry (Griffith’s Consolidated Arkansas Infantry) and Company D of 17 (Griffith’s) Arkansas Infantry from 1861-1863.

Daniel & Rhoda’s son Phillip Henson and brother-in-law Thomas Carter (married to Margaret) served on the Confederate side in Company A, 34 Arkansas Infantry. They both joined in June 1862 and deserted in January 1863. Phillip enlisted again on March 12, 1864, this time serving the Union with Company L, 1 Arkansas Cavalry. He was removed from service due to “circular 48” – perhaps because the war ended in April 1865.

Daniel died between 1863 & 1870.

On the 1870 US Census, Rhoda was 56 and a widow. She lived in Prairie, Madison County, Arkansas with her youngest daughter Emily, age 12, who was working as a farm hand. Two of her children (Isaac and Penelope) lived nearby with their spouses, as did several of her siblings.

On the 1880 US Census, Rhoda lived in Prairie, Madison County, Arkansas, and was 64. She lived with daughter Emily, age 21, who married the next year. Rhoda is marked as being unable to write, and Emily is marked as being unable to read or write. This the last record I have for Rhoda.

The children of Daniel Henson and Rhoda Vaughn:

William Henson –  William was born in about 1833 in Arkansas. I have no record of him past the 1850 US Census.

Margaret Jane Henson – Margaret was born February 21, 1836 in Arkansas. She married Thomas Carter around 1860 and they had 4 children. Thomas served the Confederacy in the Civil War. She was widowed by the 1900 US Census, and the 1920 US Census she is living in Kansas with a grandchild’s family. The 1930 US Census she is back in Arkansas living with another grandchild’s family. She died August 28, 1930 in Washington County, Arkansas. She was 94.

Penelope Henson – Penelope was born in about December 1838 in Arkansas. She married William Lindley on November 25, 1858 in Washington County, Arkansas. The 1900 US Census says that she had 9 children, but that only 2 are living, and that is the last record I find of them.

Thomas Henson – Thomas was born about 1842 in Arkansas. I have no record of him after the 1860 US Census. It’s likely he served in the Civil War.

Phillip Daniel Henson – Phillip was born about 1845 in Arkansas. He married Amanda Hale immediately after the Civil War in 1865 and they had at least 8 children. The 1880 US Census is the last record I have of him.

Isaac Newton Hinson – My 2x great grandfather Isaac was born November 24, 1849 in Arkansas. He married Louisa Cumi Harp in about 1869 and they had 10 children. Isaac died July 12, 1925 in Washington County, Arkansas. He was 75. His Find A Grave memorial is here.Read more about him here.

Emily Henson – Emily was born about 1859 in Arkansas. She married Henry Dallas Hale in 1881 and had 6 children, 4 of which were living in 1900. On the 1910 US Census they lived in Texas, and by the 1920 US Census Emily was a widow and lived in Oklahoma with a daughter and her family. The last record I can find of her is the 1930 US Census, when she lived with her daughter’s family in Oklahoma.

Louisa Cumi Harp Hinson (1852-1918) – Her Obituary

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Photo: Louisa Cumi Harp Hinson on the left, and one of her sisters

 

 

 

 

My grandfather Wallace Paul Cowan had a clipping of his grandmother’s obituary published in Springdale News (date unknown) and I have transcribed it:

Louisa Curry Hinson (nee Harp) was born November 30, 1852 near Hindsville, Madison County, Ark., and died April 10, 1918 at the family home on East Emma Avenue, Springdale Ark., at 5:20 am, age 65 years, 4 months and 10 days.

At age fifteen years she was converted and joined the Baptist church in the community of her childhood. She lived a consistent Christian life until the day of her death.

October 14, 1868, she was married to I.N. Hinson to whom she was a faithful and devoted wife until the day of her death. They had ten children, eight of whom still live. They are Mack of Springdale, Daniel of Iola, Kansas, Len of Camp Beauregard, LA, Mrs. Blake Baggett and Mrs. Bertie Cowan of Springdale, Mrs. Elmer Loyd of Van Buren, Mrs. S. O. Johnson of Memphis, TN, and Mrs. Andrew Sanders of Lorenzo, TX. All of these except Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Sanders were present at the funeral, sickness preventing their presence. Besides these she leaves one sister, Mrs. Martha Nail of Wichita Falls, TX and three brothers, Jim and Burden Harp of Hindsville and Allen Harp of Kirkland TX. The last named brother couldn’t be present at the funeral.

Mrs. Hinson was a beautiful patient Christian character. Her influences in the home meant much to the family. She was cheerful, pleasant and patient in all things. As a mother she was kind and gentle and devoted to the interests of her children. As a wife she was devoted and patient and helpful. The stars she will wear in eternity can alone reflect the kindly patience and gentle care which she showed in every realm of her life.

On the morning of April 4, she suffered a paralytic stroke while about the duties of the house. She did not think she was very sick, but soon sunk into unconsciousness. From this she never aroused. Gradually her condition grew worse, until on Wednesday morning, April 10, at 5:20 oclock she went away to meet her savior. Her place will not be filled here again. She is gone from us never to return but awaits us coming to her. The Lord grant that we should go to that way at the end of our days.

Funeral services were conducted at the home Thursday afternoon, April 11, by pastor W. I. Elledge of the Baptist Church in the presence of a large crowd of sorrowing friends and relatives. Her remains were laid away in Bluff Cemetary the same day. The friends of the family showed their appreciation of her excellent character in every possible way. The beautiful floral tribute spoke more eloquently than words can express the esteem in which she was held by those who knew her best.

Card of thanks: We take this method of extending our thanks and of expressing our deep appreciation to every person who so kindly helped us in the sickness and death of our wife and mother. The kindness of friends is worth more at such a time as this as any other thing we know. We thank you every one. I.N. Hinson and family.