|Marty Cash||Delbert Wayne Birdwell|
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Delbert Wayne Birdwell
Funeral services for Delbert Wayne Birdwell, age 62, were held Saturday, July 15, 2000 at the First Baptist Church of Onalaska with the Rev. Tim Ridgeway and the Rev. Paul Fortner officiating. Interment followed in Wesley Chapel Cemetery in Crockett.
Mr. Birdwell died Wednesday, July 12, 2000 at his residence in Onalaska. He was born Dec. 3, 1937 in Crockett, the son of Floyd and Lillie Rawl's Birdwell.
Mr. Birdwell was preceded in death by his father.
Survivors include his wife JoAnn Free Birdwell of Onalaska; mother and step-father Lillie and Forests Bigalow of Conroe; brother and sister-in-law Jimmy and Eloise Birdwell of Palestine and Eddy and Kathy Birdwell of New Braunfels; sister and brother-in-law Martha and Glenn Matchett of Angleton, Earline and Kenneth Cline of Grangerland; aunt Maggie Bell Birdwell Vest of Crockett; sons Jason Birdwell of Dallas, Brett Birdwell and wife Windy, grandchildren Brooke and Breanna all of Onalaska, son Chris Routson grandchildren Corey and Bryan all of Onalaska, son and daughter-in-law Wayne and Kristi Lindsay, grandson Jacon of Humble, son and daughter-in-law Steven and Brandi Smelley, grandchildren Brandon and Ryan all of Cleveland; daughter and son-in-law Rhonda and H. V. Davidson, grandchildren Melissa, Duke, Callie and Wesley all of Onalaska, daughter and son-in-law JoEllen and Johnny Gardiner, grandchildren Cody, Jessica, Trent, special grandson Patrick all of Onalaska, special sons-in-law Frank and Chrystell Smith of Cleveland, Dorris Kennedy and family of Cleveland, Mae Aldridge and Bryan of Livingston, Dewie and Janice Free and family of Pasadena and David and Melody Free and family of Tennessee. Special nephew Shawn Free of Livingston, numerous nieces, nephews and friends.
Pallbearers were Glenn Kennedy, jr. Shawn Christopher Free, Mike and Mark Matchett, Jimmy Birdwell Jr. and Trey Wilson. Honorary pallbearers were Duke Davidson, Richard Currie, Kenneteh Cline and Glean Matchett. Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Linda Land Birdwell
Mrs. Linda Land Birdwell, age 61 of Pennington, went to be with her Lord and Savior, Sunday, morning, February 19, 2006 at her residence. Mrs. Birdwell was born October 12, 1944 in Freeport and had lived in Houston County for the past 10 years. Mrs. Birdwell had worked as a secretary for Roofing Company and was a member of the Church of God in Crockett.
Survivors include her sons Jason Birdwell, of Cuero and Brett Allen Birdwell, of Conroe; granddaughters Brooke, Brienna, McKenzie and Haley Birdwell; brothers Harold Land and wife Shirley, Wayne Land and Dale land and wife Joyce, all of Crockett, William Land and wife Patty, of Porter Springs, Charles Land, of Conroe, Tommy Land, of Pennington and Michael Land and wife Marsha, of Crockett; sisters Rhoma Helon Land Krischke and husband Harvey, of Port St. Lucie, Fl. and Carolyn Land Minter and husband Randy, of Huntsville; and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives.
Preceded in death by her parents Marvin P. and Frances (Thomas) – Land; and sister Janice Land.
Funeral Services for Mrs Linda Land Birdwell were held Wednesday, February 22, at 2:00 p.m. in the Church of God in Crockett with the rev. Robert Cannon and the Rev. Lonnie Vallance officiating. Interment followed in the Wesley Chapel Cemetery.
Callaway-Allee Funeral Home
|Peanut||give you one and maybe more.|
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|Cissy Currie||Photos for memorials|
I'm willing to bet we're cousins, since you've added so many photos to the Currie/Matchett and related memorials. I do so appreciate your taking the time to do that! It is so wonderful to see them. They are a Godsend.
|Carol Hoch was Johnson||Tom H Johnson|
Buried at Wesley Chapel, would you please delete the back of his marker, so I can get another free picture of him, it is removing his military picture. Thank you so much. Carol Anne
|Petty & Pickens||Wonderful pictures|
Just saw another picture you have taken in Wesley Chapel. Thank you. Sandra Lee
|Bernard-Trigg||Dorothy Brown, memorial transfer|
I've just seen the great pictures you added to your sister's memorial page and have transferred her memorial to you. Hopefully, you will add more to her bio than what was available to me.