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Subject: [LAWINN-L] Obit: Maggie Lee Walsworth
Date: Sun, 13 Dec 1998 23:34:02 -0600
Obituaries: Maggie Lee Walsworth, Winn Parish 1937
Submitted by Deanna Simmons Hess, RR 9, Box 1548, Livingston, TX 77351
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THE WINNFIELD-NEWS AMERICAN
Friday, November 19, 1937
Mrs. C. Walsworth Succumbs To Long Illness On Friday
Funeral Services Held Saturday Afternoon at First Baptist Church
Mrs. C. F. Walsworth, wife of C. F. Walsworth, clerk of court, died
at her home here Friday, November 12, 1937, following an illness of more
than five years. She had returned just two hours before from a visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Lee at Belcher, where she had gone
Mrs. Walsworth was a member of the First Baptist Church here and
previous to her failing health had been active in church and civic
Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at three o'clock from
First Baptist church, with the Rev. B.C. Land, pastor, officiating,
assisted by the Rev. Alwin Stokes, pastor of the First Presbyterian
church and Rev. G. A. Morgan, pastor of the First Methodist church.
Interment was made in the local cemetery.
Surviving are the husband, C.F. Walsworth, who has been clerk of
court of Winn Parish for ten years, two sons, Doyle Walsworth of
Sweetwater, Texas, and Charles Walsworth of Baton Rouge, parents Mrs.
and Mrs. C. C. Lee of Belcher, two brothers, C. C. Lee, Jr.
Natchitoches, Culbert Lee of Monroe and one sister, Mrs. H. E. Shull,
Los Angeles, Calif.
Pall bearers were: Bryant Sholars, Hasson Morris, J. R. Watts, W.
C. Cookston, J. E. Carter and E. J. Byrnes.
Amount the out-of-town relatives and friends attending the funeral
were Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Walsworth, J. T. Walsworth, Jr. and Miss Downs,
Mrs. Rose Watts, Mrs. Lloyd Parker, Mrs. Mack Gatlin, Miss Ella Stone,
all of Jonesboro, Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Holloway, Miss Dorothy Sells of
Baton Rouge, Judson Temple, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Lee and son, James of
Natchitoches, Mr. and Mrs. Culbert Lee, Mrs. A. B. Gentry, Mrs. H.
Gentry, Mr. and Mrs. George Temple of Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lee,
Mrs. and Mrs. Ben Hagood of Belcher, Miss Fay Satterwhite of Crockett,
Texas and Patrolman Wingate of State Police Department, Alexandria.
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