|Birth: ||Aug. 26, 1892|
|Death: ||Mar. 24, 1924|
daughter of H.M. Maddox
Miss Floy Lucinda Maddox married Thomas A. Hutto.
Brit Mays, an industrious young farmer and stockman of the Flat Rock Community was married to Mrs. Floy Lucindy Hutto of Fort Worth on 18 December 1917 at the residence of Rev. A.E. White of Fort Worth, Texas. Rev White performed the ceremony. Mr. Mays is a Young County boy and has many friends with whom we unite in extending to him and his estimable wife happiest congratulations.
IN MEMORY OF MRS. FLOY MAYES OF FLAT ROCK
She was a fine Christian character and lived a true Christian life. She was everybody's friend. She loved the church of God and was ready to work for the building up of the kingdom and church any where and at any time, and to my mind the highest tribute that can be paid to any one is that she was loved by all who knew her. Such a woman as this never dies; the death of such a woman is but unloosing of her power. I know that she was a great and good woman in the sight of the Lord. The work that she has done and the life she lived and her Christian influence will outlive the stars. Her genial and cheerful face shed its radiance around her; the look upon her face as it set in death was so peaceful, so trustful, so triumphant that it seemed to say, "I have my my Savior nad through His help have reached my Heavenly Home."
The Graham Leader
Henry Monroe Maddox (1860 - 1952)
Hallie D Casey Maddox (1866 - 1906)
Thomas Alvis Hutto (1887 - 1913)
David Brittain Mays (1879 - 1963)
Ernest Hutto (1912 - 1995)*
Floy Lucindy Maddox Mays (1892 - 1924)
Lydia Maddox Walker (1899 - 1979)*
Oak Grove Cemetery
Created by: Searchers of our Past
Record added: Jan 26, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47181656