Livingston, bold springs Area, Polk County, Texas Grave Survey & Genealogy Research



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Irvin Duck


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – February 24, 1994 Edition

Livingston – Funeral services for Irvin Duck, 86, of Trinity were held Sunday,

Feb. 20, 1994 from the Pace Funeral Home Chapel, with Bro. Frank Hood officiating.

Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Duck died Feb. 18 in Trinity. He was born Nov. 5, 1907 in Cass County, the son of Charlie Irvin and Annie Carter Duck. He started a truck driving career at the age of 14 and drove a truck all of his working years.

Mr. Duck moved to Livingston in 1946, with the Cassity Sawmill. On Oct. 12, 1929 he married the former Pearl Phillips in Dangerfield. To this union one daughter was born,

who survives. Mr. Duck retired from Cassity Lumber Co. He was caretaker at Bold Springs Cemetery for nine years. He was president of the Fellowship Sunday School Class at First Baptist Church for 25 years. Mr. Duck had lived in Livingston since 1946, moving to Trinity six years ago due to his failing health and a need to be near his daughter. Survivors include one daughter, Bobbie Ethredge and husband Paul of Trinity; two brothers, Sammy Duck of Houston and Luther Duck of Dallas; two sisters, Onie Grey of Liberty and June Chandler of Dallas; one granddaughter, Linda Thornton and husband Keith; three great-grandchildren, Tammy Teresa and Tasha Thornton; great-great-granddaughter, Katie Thornton; and numerous other relatives and friends. Pallbearers were Nolan Watts, L. E. Bailey, Billy Coley, Howard Hilton, Roland Wilder and Jimmy Cassity. Pace Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.


Duck, Pearl - b: July 11, 1913  d: Feb. 20, 1994; DS w/ Irvin

*Pearl Phillips Duck
         {Married Irvin Duck on Oct. 12, 1929} {Daughter of Jim & Olive Phillips,


mother of Bobbie Jean Duck-Short-Ethredge}

Pearl Duck


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – February 24, 1994 Edition

Livingston – Funeral services for Pearl Duck, 79, of Trinity were held Tuesday,

Feb. 22, 1994, from the Pace Funeral Home Chapel, with Bro. Frank Hood officiating.

Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Duck died Feb. 20 in Lufkin. She was born July 11, 1914 in Cass County, the daughter of Jim and Olive Phillips. Her mother died when she was 11 years old and she had to become mother to her sisters. On Oct. 12, 1929 she married Irvin Duck in Dangerfield. They moved to Polk County in 1946. Mrs. Duck was a member of the First Baptist Church of Livingston and was known as a hard worker who was very active in church, helping with every function. She was also known as an excellent cook and wonderful mother who never said a cross word to anyone. Mrs. Duck was preceded in death by her husband on Feb. 18, 1994. Survivors include one daughter, Bobbie Ethredge and husband Paul of Trinity; one brother, James Phillips of Dangerfield; two sisters, Estelle Strange and Dovie Riddle, both of Dangerfield; granddaughter, Linda Thornton and husband Keith; three great-grandchildren, Tammy, Teresa and Tasha Thornton; great-great-granddaughter, Katie Thornton; and a host of other relatives and dear friends. Pallbearers were Shawn Phillips, Michael Parrish, Bobby Phillips, Armon Hewitt, Jerry Wayne Cassity, Jimmy Cassity and Steve Croll.

Pace Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.


Dunham, Clarence B. – b: Jan.  6, 1862   d: Mar. 22, 1943

*Clarence Bell Dunham
        {Married Mattie Marsh on August 1, 1883}
        {Son of Sidney B. & Alzada Ratcliff Dunham, father of Manton B. Dunham,


Sydney Ada Dunham, Clara Dunham-Tomme}

Dunham, Manton B. – b: Aug. 2, 1884   d: Feb. 1, 1899

*Manton B. Dunham
        “Gone from our home, but not from our hearts”
        {Son of Clarence Bell & Mattie Marsh-Dunham}

Dunham, Mattie Marsh – b: Dec. 13, 1861   d: Sept. 2, 1945

*Martha Alice “Mattie” Marsh Dunham
        {Married Clarence Bell Dunham on August 1, 1883}
        {Daughter of Manton Evander & Cynthia Gilbert-Marsh, mother of

Manton B. Dunham, Sydney Ada Dunham, Clarence Bell “Clara” Dunham-Tomme}

Dunham, Sydney Ada – b: Jan. 22, 1887   d: May 12, 1966

*Sydney Ada Dunham


        {Daughter of Clarence Bell & Mattie Marsh-Dunham, granddaughter of Manton

Evander & Cynthia Ann Gilbert Marsh}

Ellis, Aubrey -  b: 1909   d: 1916

*Aubrey Ellis

{Son of Jehu H. & Minnie Bell Wissel Ellis}

Ellis, Ben F. - b: July 22, 1881   d: Mar. 8, 1952; DS w/Gertrude


*Ben Franklin Ellis
        {Married Gerturde Bilbro on June 29, 1914}


{Son of Jehu H. Ellis}

Ellis, Frank  -  No dates.  HCM


*Frank Ellis

Ellis, Gertrude – b: Mar.  30, 1884   d: June 23, 1973; DS w/ Ben F.


*Gertrude Bilbro Ellis
        {Married Ben F. Ellis on June 20, 1914}


{Daughter of Rev. Patrick Henry & Sarah Ida Butler-Bilbro}

Ellis, Joe - b: Apr. 15, 1903   d: Feb. 19, 1985

*Joe Ellis

{Son of Jehu H. & Minnie Bell Wissel Ellis}

Ellis, J. H. - b: July 12, 1853   d: Feb. 1, 1914

*Jehu H. Ellis

{1st married Ruey Catherine Pursley on Mar. 3, 1873,



2nd married Minnie Bell Wissel}

{Son of H. Amos & Patience T. Duncan Ellis, father of Ben F. Ellis, Aubrey Ellis}

Essary, Allen - born & died Aug. 22, 1922 – beside Lorene Essary Brashear


*Allen Essary

Infant son of A. J. {Albert J.} and Mary {Marsh} Essary”



{Brother of Lorene Essary Brashear, grandson of James Evander Needham

& Cumy Carlton Marsh, great-grandson of Manton Evander & Cynthia Ann

Gilbert Marsh}


Evans, Brian Keith  - b: May 4, 1969   d: Jan. 8, 1994

*Brian Keith Evans
        “Lonely tired traveler home from his journey”

Our precious son, brother and grandson”



{Son of Ivy G. Evans Jr. & Peggy Ann Denham-Evans-Turner,

grandson of Joe Jr. & Jannett McAlister Denham} w/photo

Brian Keith Evans

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise

SOMERVILLE – Funeral services for Brian Keith Evans, 24, of Spring were held Monday, Jan. 10, 1994, from George H. Lewis Funeral Home in Houston. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery near Livingston. Mr. Evans died Saturday, Jan 8, in a Houston hospital.

He was born May 4, 1969 in Trinity, the son of I. G. Evans Jr. and Peggy Ann Denham Evans Turner. He was a graduate of Huntsville High School and Sam Houston State University. During his lifetime he was a self-employed artist and a member of New Testament Baptist Church in Huntsville. Family members said he was a loving, caring person who loved his family and friends. He will be remembered for his sense of humor and for always having a smile on his face. He was preceded in death by his maternal grandfather, Joe Denham Jr. and paternal grandfather, I. G. Evans. Survivors include David Jackson of Houston; mother, Peggy Evans Turner of Willis; father, Ivy Evans of Groveton; grandmothers, Jeannette Denham of Livingston and Ann Evans of Groveton; two aunts, Jo Lin Fraser of Jasper and Kellie Hutchinson of Huntsville; two uncles, Larry Evans of Dallas and Steve Evans of Lufkin; good friend, Juanita Jackson of Austin; and brother, Bradley Denham Evans of Huntsville. Strickland Funeral Home, Sumerville, was in charge of arrangements.

Ewing, George B. – b: Oct. 14, 1906   d: Mar. 16, 1979; DS w/ Maurine

*George Britt Ewing

Ewing, Maurine - b: June 14, 1913   d: July 15, 1978; DS w/George

*Maurine Southern Ewing
        {Daughter of Dalton & Treva Buller Southern, sister of Wayne Southern-Wilder,
         Patsy Southern-McGaughey}

Maurine Ewing

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – July 23, 1978 Edition

BOLD SPRINGS – Services for Mrs. Maurine Southern Ewing, 65, were held July 18 in Bethel Baptist Church, with interment in Bold Springs Cemetery. The Rev. C. J. Moore officiated at the funeral. Mrs. Ewing died July 15 in Longview. She is the daughter of the late Dalton and Treva Southern and was born and reared in Polk County. Among survivors are her husband, George B. Ewing of Longview; two sons, Charles B. Ewing and Marvin Dalton, both of Longview; four daughters, Miss Tammy Ewing and Mrs. Jean Mack of Longview; Mrs. Louise Roddy of Jacksonville and Mrs. Treva Nell Fincher of Henrietta;

two sisters, Wayne Wilder and Patsy McGuaghey of Livingston.

Fain, James Lloyd - b: May 24, 1963   d: March 17, 2003 - beside Tony Allen Rice

*James Lloyd Fain
         SP4 -US Army 

{Son of Harold Wade & Carolyn Parker Fain, brother of Tony Allen Rice}



James Lloyd Fain

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise

LIVINGSTON - Funeral services for James Lloyd Fain, 39 of Livingston will be held at

2 p.m. Friday, March 21, 2003, from the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Lee Poe officiating. Burial will follow in Bold Springs Cemetery. Visitation will be held from

6-8 p.m. Thursday at Cochran Funeral Home. Mr. Fain died Monday, March 17, in Memorial Health System of East Texas in Lufkin. He was born May 24, 1963 in Houston, the son of Harold Wade Fain and Carolyn Parker Fain. He was preceded in death by his father in 1996 and his brother, Tony Rice in 1981. He graduated from Livingston High School in 1981 and had been employed by Georgia Pacific and Champion for 22 years. He served in the

U. S. Army from 1983-1986, having attained the rank of SP4. Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Carolyn and Lloyd Davis Jr. of Livingston, special friend Donald Wayne McClung of Livingston; grandparents W. L. and Margie Neeley of Benton, Ark.; brothers David Fain of Grady, Ark., Harold Fain Jr. of Livingston, Tommy Fain of Livingston, Kevin Fain of Cleveland, Ray Fain of Cleveland, Bobby Davis of Crosby and Terry Davis

of _____, one sister, Sherry Orland of Ft. Campbell, KY.

(Print too faded on newspaper copy to read the rest of this obituary. nm)


Faircloth, Alice H. - b: July 1, 1885   d: Nov. 10, 1958


*Alice Hilton Faircloth
         {Married Charles Edgar Faircloth on Sept. 11, 1905}


{Daughter of Millard & Bettie Conner Hilton}

{Charles Edgar Faircloth is buried at Magnolia Cemetery, Onalaska, Texas}


Farrar, Edna E. - b: Feb. 12, 1936 d: ______; DS w/Jim B.

*Edna Earl Jones Farrar

“Married Jim Bob Farrar on June 11, 1954}

{Daughter of William E. & Allie Prestwood Jones}


Farrar, Jim B. – b: June 4, 1933 d: August 2, 2004; DS w/Edna E.

*Jim Bob Farrar

“Married Edna Earl Jones on June 11, 1954”

{Son of P. Rodell & Nova Lee Riley Farrar}

Jimmie Bob Farrar
Obituary published in the
Polk County Enterprise

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Jimmie Bob Farrar, 71, were held Friday, Aug. 6, 2004, at Cochran Funeral Home, with the Rev. Frank Hood officiating. Burial followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Military honors were provided by VFW Post 8568. Mr. Farrar died Monday, Aug. 2, in St. Luke’s Hospital in Houston. He was born June 4, 1933 in Houston, the son of P. R. and Nova Lee Riley Farrar, both of whom preceded him in death. Mr. Farrar worked for the City of Houston Police Department from 1958 to 1997. Survivors include his

wife, Edna Farrar; sons and daughters-in-law, James Michael and Sharon Farrar of Livingston and Richard and Cindy Farrar of San Jose, Calif.; daughter and son-in-law,

Roben and Ronnie Lee of Livingston; daughter, Laura Lopez of Livingston; granddaughter and husband, Danielle and David Perry of Dallas and grandsons, Kevin Farrar of the United States Air Force, Cody Lee of Livingston, Mason Lee of Livingston and Gabriel Lopez of

Livingston. Pallbearers were John Romero, Mason Lee, Cody Lee, Ronnie Bledsoe, Joe Walton and David Perry. Honorary pallbearers were Eddie Butler, Howard Lilley, Justin Railey, Polk County Sheriff’s Department, Houston Police Department and all other law enforcement.

Farrar, Joan Marie – b: Feb. 19, 1934   d: _____;  DS w/ Wm. Chester

*Joan Marie Redig Farrar
         “Married William Chester Farrar on June 15, 1952”

Farrar, Nova Lee Riley – b: Sept. 17, 1906   d: Mar. 14, 1989; DS w/ P. Rodell

*Nova Lee Riley Farrar
         “Married Percy Rodell Farrar on Dec. 22, 1922”  

Gone But Not Forgotten”



{Mother of William Chester Farrar, Jimmie Bob Farrar}

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