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

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Lemmie Tidwell Rasberry

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – February 8, 1976 Edition

Funeral services for Mrs. Limmie Tidwell Rasberry, daughter of Joe F. Tidwell of Goodrich, were held Thursday, Feb 5 at Channelview. Graveside services followed at Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Rasberry died Tuesday, Feb 3 at Channelview at the age of 64. She was born Aug. 10, 1911 in Panola County and lived in Channelview. Survivors include her husband, W. G. Rasberry and five daughters, Anita Hilton of Aminas, N. M., Joe Ann Helmer and Doris Kilough of Channelview, Tommie Matlock of Garrison and Peggy Jean Ramsey of Splendora; four sons, Cecil Rasberry of Dayton, Billy and Granville Rasberry of Animas, N. M. and Johnny Rasberry of Channelview; two sisters, Faye McClain of Shepherd and Dorothy

Attoway of Diboll; six brothers; Chester Tidwell of Goodrich, Marvin Tidwell of Houston, Dempsey Tidwell of Everett Washington and Horace and Morris Tidwell of Channelview;

25 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and 32 nieces and nephews.

Rasberry, Ruby Meece - b: May 19, 1905   d: Apr. 17, 1989; DS w/ Lawrence

*Ruby Mae Meece Rasberry
        {Married Lawrence Rasberry on Nov. 21, 1925}
        {Daughter of Monroe Dawson & Allie Baggett Meece,

mother of Emma Alice Rasberry}

Ruby Mae Rasberry

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – April 23, 1989 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Ruby Mae Rasberry, 83, were held Wednesday,

April 19, 1989 from Bethel Baptist Church in Bold Springs, with the Rev. Frank Hood and the Rev. Ted Gage officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Rasberry died April 17 in Memorial City Hospital in Houston after a lengthy illness. She was bornMay 19, 1905 in Bold Springs to Monroe Dawson Meece and Daniel Albania Baggett Meece. A native of Polk County and a member of a pioneer family, Mrs. Rasberry was reared in Bold Springs and attended the then available public schools in that area. On Nov. 21, 1925

she married Lawrence Ray Rasberry in Livingston and to this marriage one daughter was born who survives. Mrs. Rasberry was a member to the Second Baptist Church in Houston and was active in church work until her health failed her. She was a loving wife and mother whose love and devotion to her family and friends will long be remembered. Survivors include her husband, Lawrence Ray Rasberry of Houston; daughter, Emma Alice Rasberry of Houston; and a host of nieces, nephews and many dear friends. Pallbearers were Dr. Richard O’Brien, Dr. Robert O’Brien, Dawson E. Courtney, Clyde S. Wainwright, W. E. Eckols Sr. and Charles Yates. Honorary Pallbearers were Haskel McClintock, Clifford L. Mosher, Douglas J. Courtney, Keith Foreman and Gordon Meece.

Pace Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements

Rasberry, Truman Lamar - b: Apr. 13, 1930   d: July 22, 1930

*Truman Lamar Rasberry

{Son of William Green & Limmie Mae Tidwell Rasberry}

Rasberry, William Green – b: Jan. 25, 1910   d: July 14, 1994; DS w/Limmie Mae

*William Green Rasberry
         Pvt-US Army-WW II    

{Married Limmie Mae Tidwell on Oct. 6, 1929}
        {Son of William Green & Eliza Ann Rosetta Hendry Rasberry,

father of Ina Lanell Rasberry, Jo Ann Rasberry-Helmer, Truman Lamar Rasberry}

Rash, Bessie Mae -   b: May 22, 1924   d: Oct. 28, 1999; DS w/ William

*Bessie Mae Burns Rash

{Married William Farrell Rash on Dec. 10, 1938}

Rash, William F. -  b: Aug. 8, 1919   d: Oct. 20, 1990; DS w/ Bessie

*Rash, William Farrell MM2-US Navy-WW II

{Married Bessie Mae Burns on Dec. 10, 1938}

{Son of Hamp & Emmie Armstrong Rash}

William Farrell Rash

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – October 28, 1990 Edition

LIVINGSTON – William Farrell Rash, 71, of Livingston died Saturday, he was born

Aug. 8, 1919 in San Augustine County, Texas, the son of Hamp and Emmie Armstrong

Rash. On Dec 10, 1938 in San Augustine he married the former Bessie Mae Burns.

Mr. Rash served in the U. S. Navy during World War II. Before retirement he was

employed as a security guard for the Harris County Hospital District. Mr. Rash was a

member of Lake Livingston Church of God. Survivors include his wife, Bessie Mae

Rash of Livingston; four sons, Kenneth F. Rash of Splendora, Michael Rash of

Livingston, Norman Spencer Rash of Huntsville and Nathan Rash of New Caney; daughter, Rachel Poore of Shepherd; three sisters, Lucille Bethea, Mandy Moore and Esther Ezernack, all of Houston; 12 grandchildren, five great-grand-children and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Wednesday, October 24, from Lake Livingston

Church of God, with the Rev. Gerald Reeves and Rev. Jack Beaty officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers were the Rev. Tommy Barr, Bro. Aron Badget, Bro. Randole McLarrin, Donnie Beaty and Roy Jack Beaty.

Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Read, Earnest A. - b: June 11, 1890   d: Jan. 5,1952

*Earnest A. Read

At Rest”

Reid, Darrell Wilson – b: Dec. 22, 1954 d: _____ ; beside Dewanna Kotrla

*Darrell Wilson Reid

Rester, Crystal Elaine - b: Nov. 13, 1973   d: Oct. 6, 1990

*Crystal Elaine Rester

{Daughter of Harris Olin, Jr. & Frances Steinocher Rester,

granddaughter of Eugene R. Barton}

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