|Birth: ||Apr. 11, 1921|
|Death: ||Aug. 25, 1976|
Conley Lee Moody died Aug. 25, 1976 in Wellington, Texas at Saint Jo Hospital. He was born in Weatherford, Texas April 11, 1921. His parents William Henry and Annie Mae (Beene)Moody. When he was a few months old, the Family moved to Wellington in 1921. There were five familys that moved to Plymouth, North of Wellington. James A. and Mary (Bradley)Moody with there four sons came here with their familys. Mr. & Mrs. Homer Moody, and Mr. & Mrs. Francis A. Moody who were born in Saltillo, Ms., came to Texas from Ms to Parker County, Mr. & Mrs Arttie Moody and William H. Moody both born in Parker County. James and Mary moved back to Parker County with the three over sons and William and Annie Mae stayed in Wellington to rear their three children.
James Edward (1925-1945)was born in Wellington and Viola, Waymon and Conley Lee were born in Parker County. Conley Lee married Lorene (Young) Moody in Oct.12,1941 in Wellington. Conley Lee serviced in the US Army in WWII and was a farmer and raised cattle with his Father. Annie Mae Moody died after her youngest son, James E. Moody was killed in action in Gernmany during World War II.Conley Lee and Lorene reared four children: Kenneth Lee, Rita Irene, Delores Ann,and Ernest Eugene Moody.
He was preceded in death by his son; Doyle Wayne and his Brother (James Ed) his Mother(Annie Mae) and his Father William Henry Moody.
Suvivors are his wife of 35 years of Marriage; sons;Kenneth Lee of Ft. Worth, Ernest Eugene of Wellington; and two daughters; Rita Irene (Green)of Wellington and Delores Ann (Moody)McWhorter of Memphis three grandchildren.
William Henry Moody (1893 - 1965)
Annie Mae Beene Moody (1895 - 1945)
Lorene Young Moody (1921 - 2006)*
Kenneth Lee Moody (1943 - ____)*
Doyle Wayne Moody (1947 - 1947)*
Viola B. Moody Colson (1914 - 2003)*
Waymon Samual Moody (1916 - 1990)*
Conley Lee Moody (1921 - 1976)
James Edward Moody (1922 - 1945)*
Memorial Gardens Cemetery
Created by: Kenneth L. Moody
Record added: Apr 19, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 51360892
DAD; WE HAVE MISSED YOU ALL THESE 34 YEARS. WISHED THAT YOU COULD HAVE BEEN AROUND FO SEE ALL YOUR GRANDCHILDREN AND GREATGRANDKIDS LOVE|
Kenneth L. Moody
Added: Apr. 20, 2010