|Birth: ||Jun., 1847|
|Death: ||Mar. 17, 1909|
St. Louis County
Dallas Morning News. March 15, 1909. Former Texas Editor Dead. Enock Breeding, Aged Fifty-One Years, passes Away at Home in St. Louis. Special to The News. Houston, Tex., March 14. -- Judge James A. Breeding has received a telegram from St. Louis stating his brother, Enoch Breeding, aged 51 years, is dead. A widow, a brother and a sister, Mrs. Thomas F. Hudson, survive. For many years Enoch Breeding was one of the best-known newspaper men in Texas. He came to the State in the early days from Kentucky and settled at Rockdale, Milam County, where he was the editor and publisher of the Messenger, which, under his control, was of of the stanch Democratic papers of Texas. Afterward he sold the paper and moved to St. Louis. Mr. Breeding was widely known over Central Texas, and while a resident of the State did much for the development of that section.
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Dallas Morning News. March 17, 1909. Breeding's Body is Shipped. Burial to Take Place at Fort Worth. For Many Years Was with Courier Journal. Special to The News. St. Louis, Mo., March 16. -- The body of Enoch Breeding was shipped to Fort Worth, Tex., today for burial. Breeding was born in Louisville, was many years connected with the Louisville Journal, later the Courier-Journal's managing editor and Henry Waterson's private secretary. He was in business once in Houston, Tex. He came to St. Louis about eight years ago, and was connected with newspapers here until he went into the title examining business, in which he was engaged when he died, last Saturday. He contracted a cold ten days ago, which turned into quick pneumonia. His wife was visiting in Fort Worth when he was stricken. She accompanied his body to Texas.
Lillian Wright Breeding (1859 - 1939)*
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Plot: Block 22, Lot 29-E1/2, Space 1
Created by: Debbie Gibbons
Record added: Oct 14, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 30571848