|Birth: ||Nov. 6, 1868|
|Death: ||Sep. 7, 1908|
Mrs. Ragsdale was a daughter of James Guyton. Her husband, Smith E. Guyton, was formerly with the Texas and Pacific Railroad her, but moved to Denver about three years ago, where he has been in the employ of the Colorado and Southern. She graduated from Dallas High School, and taught in the schools for several years. She was married in June 1895. She was survived by sisters Sue and Kate Guyton of Dallas and Mrs. Allen K. Ragsdale of San Antonio.
(Dallas Morning News, 09-08-1908, Page: 2)
Additional information from "Burial of Mrs. S.E. Ragsdale" in the Wichita (TX) Daily Times, 10 Sep 1908.
The services will be conducted by Rev. J.L. Bell, pastor of the East Dallas Presbyterian church, and the interment will be in Oakland. Mrs. R.S. Smith and W.A. Guyton of Galveston, J.R. Guyton of Tyler and J.T. Guyton of Bayou Gouls, La, a sister and the brothers of Mrs. Ragsdale, have arrived in the city to attend the funeral. Mrs. Ragsdale was well known in Wichita Falls, where she formerly lived, her husband having formerly been an auditor of the Wichita Valley railroad at this point.
James Guyton (1834 - 1920)
Lucy Watson Attersall Guyton (1835 - 1886)
Smith Estil Ragsdale (1866 - 1942)
John Thomas Guyton (1859 - 1928)*
Elizabeth Sarah Guyton Lanter (1862 - 1901)*
William Alfred Guyton (1864 - 1917)*
Margaret Diana Guyton Smith (1866 - 1940)*
Lucy Watson Guyton Ragsdale (1868 - 1908)
Ann Moss Guyton Ragsdale (1870 - 1963)*
Sue Miller Guyton (1873 - 1965)*
Katherine Caroline Guyton (1881 - 1951)*
James R Guyton (1881 - 1956)*
Plot: Section 4, Lot 26 SE 1/2
Created by: Barbara Ware
Record added: Jun 05, 2011
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