|Birth: ||Sep. 15, 1894|
|Death: ||Jul. 14, 1946|
Funeral services for Connie Adair of Brownsboro, who died Monday in the Veteran's Hospital at McKinney, were held Tuesday July 15, at 4:30 o'clock at the Leagueville Cemetery.
The services were conducted by the Rev. C.N. Tunnell, with interment following in the Leagueville Cemetery.
Pallbearers were A.D. Holiman, Wade Tindel, Pete Boles, Jim Parker, Willie Smith and Bob Tindel.
Mr. Adair, in ill health for the past eight years, had been a patient at the Veteran's Hospital, the last time for several months.
He was born September 15, 1894 in Navarro County, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. R.A. Adair, and had resided in Brownsboro since he was a small child, where he was engaged in farming. He was married to Miss Avis Jarrett of Brownsboro on November 21, 1919.
Mr. Adair, a member of the Methodist Church since childhood, was a veteran of overseas service in WWI. He was wounded in action in the Mihiel-Argonne campaign.
Surviving are his wife; four daughters, Mrs. Eleanor Lois Hargett of Houston, Mrs. Marvene Holloway of Waco, and Misses Helen and Sandra Nell Adair of Brownsboro, one son, Harry Adair of Brownsboro, three brothers, Armel Adair and J.P. Adair of Brownsboro, and E.M. Belcher of Tyler, and three sisters, Mrs. Jack Browning and Mrs. Louellen Gay of Athens, and Mrs. Lelia May Richardson of Brownsboro.
Published in the Athens Review July 24, 1947
Rial Armel Adair (1870 - 1938)
Avis Dora Jarrett Adair (1904 - 1999)
Eleanor Lois Adair Lee (1920 - 1998)*
Virginia Marvene Adair Holloway (1925 - 1967)*
Connie Mack Adair (1935 - 1945)*
Connie Adair (1894 - 1946)
Leila Mae Adair Richardson (1903 - 1966)*
Armel Gordon Adair (1909 - 1953)*
J. Purefoy Adair (1915 - 1988)*
Note: His mother was Mary Freeman Adair, 1870-1895, 1st wife of Rial.
Plot: Row 17 3/4 #27
Created by: Wayne Smith
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