|Birth: ||Oct. 31, 1892|
|Death: ||Jul. 9, 1958|
Alvin planned on becoming a Minister. "It was a calling by the Lord he said" Although faithfull to his Christian beliefs his plans led elsewhere. He married Ollie Catherine Farrell in Holdenville, Oklahoma and together they made their home in Newburg, Oklahoma while Alvin farmed the land.
In 1921 due to economic reasons and low market sales he could not recieve a fair price for the cotton he harvested. This was the year he and his wife along with three of their children migrated from from Newburg Oklahoma to Arizona where their next two children were born. The family moved once again to California and later back to Arizona where he remained for the duration of his life.
An outdoor enthusiasts he enjoyed taking his family on camping trips traveling on rustic dirt roads to rural locations high into the White Mountains of Arizona where he exercided his love for fly fishing.
He was naturally charismatic. Reminiscing with family he shared stories of Calvin and the Atwood Oklahoma areas receiving laughter from his grandchildren. With his daughter's father in-law Oscar Thorman memories of his hometown of Telephone, Texas were shared.
Devoted to his family Alvin cared for his mother's welfare, a widow living back home in Calvin Town, Oklahoma until her death. After the death of his mother Alvin sold his mother's home to his nephew Jess Warren Furgerson Jr.
He retired from his position as a Cotton Gin Supervisor for Good Year Farms and with his wife remainded residents of Litchfield Park, Arizona until their deaths.
Thomas Marion Furgerson (1867 - 1935)
Queen Esther Lancaster Furgerson (1875 - 1950)
Ollie Catherine Farrell Furgerson (1888 - 1972)
Bernard Wayne Furgerson (1914 - 1987)*
Eupha Nell Furgerson Thurman (1918 - 2004)*
Rosa Belle Furgerson Beaver (1923 - 2000)*
Vera Mae Furgerson (1926 - 1928)*
Harold Dwayne Furgerson (1931 - 2001)*
Resthaven Park West Cemetery
Created by: First Families of Americ...
Record added: Apr 28, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69054388