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

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Anna Rollins

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – December 19, 1996 Edition

Livingston – Funeral services for Anna Rollins, 96, of Mexia will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 19, 1996, from Bethel Baptist Church, with Dr. Bill Skaar officiating. Interment will follow in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Rollins was born Dec. 14, 1900 in Shreveport, La., the daughter of J. P. and Emma Lowe Hewitt, and died Tuesday, Dec. 17, in Parkview Regional Hospital in Mexia. She was preceded in death by her husband. Survivors include a son, Horace E. Morrison of Fairfield; daughter, Mildred Nickell of Bold Springs; niece, Thelma Theis of Bold Springs; granddaughters, Merlynne Mendenhall, Teresa Knox,

Deborah Lee and Paula Sims; grandsons; David and James Nickell; grand nephews, Charles, Robert and Billy Theis; grand niece, Diana Pavlow; great-granddaughters Kristina Woodard, Alisa Carranza, Ashley Nickell and Kimberly Knox; and great-grandsons, David Nickell, Jason Carranza and Ryan Nickell. Cochran Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Rowe, Dennis Austin, III – b: Dec. 31, 1928    d: Mar. 7, 1994

*Dennis Austin Rowe III

In loving memory” {Married Ann Louise Fisher on Dec. 10, 1960}

        {Son of Dennis Austin, Jr. & Thelma Brock Rowe}

Dennis Austin Rowe III

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – March 10, 1994 Edition

Livingston – Funeral services for Dennis Austin Rowe III, 65, of Leggett were held Wednesday, March 9, 1994, from Central Baptist Church, with the Rev. George Folmer officiating, assisted by Dr. Bill Skaar. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Rowe died March 7 in Lufkin. He was born Dec. 31, 1928 in Livingston, the son of Dennis Austin Rowe and Thelma Brock Rowe. He attended Corrigan High School and also Shriner Military Academy. Mr. Rowe loved to hunt, and enjoyed the outdoors. On Dec. 10, 1960

he married the former Louise Fisher in Groveton. Mr. Rowe was a self-employed logger over the years. He also worked in the pipeline industry and was a member of the National Pipeline Worker’s Association. He worked for Worthy Brothers Pipeline Co. for many years until his health failed. Survivors include his wife, Ann Louise Rowe of Leggett; four sons, F. D. ”Bubba” Rowe and wife Elena of Livingston, Dennis Edward Rowe of Livingston, William

Brock Rowe and wife Natalie of Livingston and Robert Grant Rowe and wife Tina of Jacksonville; three daughters, Dalva Rowe Moseley of Livingston, Denis Ellis of Livingston and Janis Rowe Graves of Magnolia; brother, Wilburn Rowe and wife Helen of Livingston; two sisters, Eva Rowe Boehm of Houston and Ellen Rowe Rossi of Corpus Christi; 19 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; and a host of other relatives and dear friends.

Pallbearers were Ricky Burns, Reid Rowe, Grady Rowe, Randy Rowe, Gene Graves and Billy Fisher. Honorary pallbearers were Buck McIntyre, George Hales, Billy Frank Platt, Danny Schanfish, Delaney Galloway, Doug Bell, Burton Sailer, Sonny Sailer, Johnny Griffith, Clyde Butler and Tom Brock. Pace Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Rushing, F. M. (Joe) -  b: 1915   d: 1995; DS w/ Margaret

*F. M. “Joe” Rushing
         F. M. Rushing - Feb. 25, 1915-Mar. 11, 1995  TEC 3-US Army-WW II

{Married Margaret Ann Bean on Nov. 6, 1959}

{Son of E. J. & Jeanette Appleton Rushing,

½ brother of Marion Alfred Rushing}

F. M. “Joe” Rushing

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – March 16, 1995 Edition

Livingston – Funeral services for F. M. “Joe” Rushing, 80, of Livingston, were held Tuesday, March 14, 1995, from the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel, with the Ref. Frank Hood and the Rev. Larry Pinckard officiating. E. Wayne Starr delivered the eulogy. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Rushing died March 11 in Houston.

He was born Feb. 25, 1915 in Romayor, the son of E. J. and Jeanette Appleton Rushing.

He married Margaret Rushing on Nov. 6, 1959 in Livingston. Mr. Rushing was a longtime successful respected rancher and businessman. He ad a self-taught ability to breed and raise top-quality cattle, hogs and chickens. He also owned a grocery store in Livingston for many years which featured a fresh meat market, with much of the meat raised on his ranch. Many ranchers received sound advice over the years from Mr. Rushing in regard to their

ranching operations. He was one of the original founders in 1947 of the Polk County Roping Club, which was the forerunner of today’s Polk County Youth Rodeo. He volunteered

many hours to build the original arena and pens and coached many youngsters in roping and roping techniques. In 1951 he took his first group of Polk County youngsters to Hallettsville to the Texas State High School Rodeo Championships. He continued this until he took his last group in 1976. He continued to offer encouragement and advice to youngsters even after retiring from active participation. Survivors include his wife, Margaret Rushing of Livingston; daughter and son-in-law, Sally Jo Bean and Bruce Elster

of Livingston; sister-in-law and husband Alice Bean and Dr. Melvin Horany; brother–in-law, Ed Bean; grandson, Blayne Evan Elster; and numerous nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Dick Hubert, Billy Wayne Cox, Clark Evans, Melvin Horany, Bill Smith, David Horany, James Graham, Sam Graham, Don Alexander and Billy Hutto. Honorary pallbearers were Bob Pinckard, Bill Cox, Tom Prater, Ken Parkhill, Jimbo Nettles, Fred Stephenson, Roger Alexander, Wayne Starr, Larry Pinkard, Perry Tanner, Donnis Galloway and Jake McSpadden. Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Rushing, Margaret Ann Bean - b: 1928    d: April 6, 2007; DS w/ F. M.

*Margaret Ann Bean Rushing
        {Married F. M. “Joe” Rushing on Nov. 6, 1959}

{Daughter of Kenneth Hicks & Allie Garvey-Bean,

sister of Jerutia Bean-Hairston, Kenneth Garvey Bean}

Margaret Ann Rushing

Published in the Polk County Enterprise - April 12, 2007 Edition

LIVINGSTON - Funeral services for Margaret Ann Rushing, 78, were held Tuesday,

April 10, 2007, at the First United Methodist Church, with Dr. Don Willis officiating. Burial followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Rushing died Friday, April 6, in Livingston.

She was born Aug. 9, 1928, the daughter of Kenneth and Allie Garvey Bean. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joe Rushing; her parents; brothers, Kenneth Bean, George Bean and sisters, Jerutia Houston {Hairston} and Alice Hornay. Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Sally and Bruce Elster of Livingston; grandson, Blayne Elster

of Livingston; brother-in-law, Melvin Horany of Wichita Falls; nieces, Sue Landers and husband Donald of Livingston, Georgia Odom of Woodville, Kulene Burfod of Lumberton,

Chrissie Seligson and husband Bob of Arlington, Carol Hornay of Houston and Jeri Bernal and husband Fred of Bryan; nephews, Melvin K. Hornay and wife Jean of Wichita Falls and John Hornay of Dallas; great-nephews, Phil Childres of Livingston, Nathan Higginbotham

of Arlington, Damas LeDesma of Abilene, Tommy Ellis of Livingston, William Burfod of Lumberton, Emory Burfod of Lumberton, Melvin K. Horany II of Wichita Falls, Ben Seligson of Arlington, Sammy Graham Jr. of Bryan, Felix Herrera of Bryan, James Graham of Bryan

and Pat Herrerra of Bryan; great-neices, Dorea Kay Higginbotham of Houston, Pam LeDesma, Misti Ratcliff of Seabrook, Renee Smith of Conroe, Nanette Peters of Huntsville, Amber Johnson of Woodville, Melissa Whitmer and husband Jim of Denton, Stacy Horany of Wichita Falls, Sarah Seligson of Arlington, Alyce Seligson of Arlington, Chris Wedel of Bryan, Sheila Graham of Bryan and Renee Herrerra of Bryan and numerous great-great-neices and nephews. Pallbearers were Bruce Elster, John Horany, Mel Horany, Blayne Elster, Donald Higginbotham, Monzer Aourani, Otis Ray Campbell and Nathan

Higginbotham. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. Melvin Horany, Clarke Evans, Corky Cochran, Milton Tanner, Phil Childers, Wayne Starr, Bill Cox, Billy Wayne Cox, Perry Tanner and Donald Landers. Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Rushing, Marion Alfred - b: {Dec. 15,} 1902    d: {Mar. 26,} 1972

*Marion Alfred Rushing

Masonic Symbol {Son of Elbert Johnsey & Elizabeth Brownlow Rushing,

half-brother of F. M. “Joe” Rushing}

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