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Kathleen Abernathy Burns
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Birth: Jul. 13, 1919
Red River County
Texas, USA
Death: Sep. 2, 1987
Mount Pleasant
Titus County
Texas, USA

Kathleen Burns, 68, of the Lone Star community, died Wednesday, Sept. 2, at Titus County Memorial Hospital in Mount Pleasant.
Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Lone Star Congregational Methodist Church with the Rev. Don Shovan officiating. Bogata Funeral Home made burial in Bogata Cemetery.
The family received friends from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home.
Mr. Burns was born July 13, 1919, in Red River County, a daughter of Charlie J. and Floita Phillips Abernathy. She married Edgar Henry Burns on Nov. 4, 1935, in Red River county. He died Dec. 22, 1986. She was a sales clerk at The Hub in Clarksville for many years.
Sruviving are her mother, Floita Abernathy of Bogata; one son, Donald Edgar Burns of Talco; four daughters, Dura Childress of Burburnet, Rachel Mankins of Lone Star, Mary Ann Warren of Bogata and Jo Hinsley of Mount Pleasant; one brother, J. C. (Pearis) Abernathy of McCrury; nine grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by an infant sister, Dorothy Abernathy.
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  Edgar Henry Burns (1911 - 1986)
Bogata Cemetery
Red River County
Texas, USA
Created by: Pam
Record added: Nov 30, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44979300
Kathleen <i>Abernathy</i> Burns
Added by: Betty Harrigill, Hall
Kathleen <i>Abernathy</i> Burns
Added by: Betty Harrigill, Hall
Kathleen <i>Abernathy</i> Burns
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- Betty Harrigill, Hall
 Added: Oct. 26, 2010

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