James Fredrick Hayth, the oldest son of Fred and Mary Edith Allison Hayth, was born in Sturgeon Boone County Missouri. James joined the army and was stationed at San Antonio in the Aviation Corps and served in World War I. James was the grandson of Elizabeth Mosby Woodson Allison and John B. Allison.
Wife: Lee Etta(Gibson)Hayth b.27 Apr 1896 d. 06 Jan 1971
Obit: Official of Firm James Hayth Fatally Stricken
James F. Hayth, Sr., assistant secretary at Dallas Title & Guaranty Co. the past 20 years, died Wednesday morning in a Dallas hospital after a cerebral hemorrhage.
Mr. Hayth, 60, was born in Sturgeon, Mo., and had lived in Dallas since 1918. His residence was at 3701 Maplewood. He had been employed 36 years at Dallas Title & Guaranty, and last years received a gold watch as the employee with the longest period of service with the company. He was an Army veteran of World War I. He was a member of Scofield Memorial Church.
Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Lee Etta Hayth, a son, James F. Hayth, Jr., a daughter, Mrs. Virginia L. Tompkins, all of Dallas; two brothers, John B. Hayth of Oklahoma City and Maurice F. Hayth of Fort Worth. Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Thursday in Sparkman-Brand Chapel, conducted by his pastor, Dr. Harlin J. Roper. Burial will be in Grove Hill Memorial Park. (bio by: Bette Keene Scavone)