|Birth: ||Sep. 14, 1893|
Red River County
|Death: ||Mar. 20, 1944|
Funeral services for Floyd Adams, 51, who died Monday in a Ft. Worth hospital, were held Thursday, March 23, in the First Baptist Church with Rev. Howard H. Hollowell, pastor of First Methodist Church officiating. Special music was rendered by Tex Sechrist and Mrs. Ralna English, singing "The Last Roundup". Mrs. Paige Gollihar sang a solo.
Pallbearers were: Jack Spencer, O.A. Lamber, Will Terry, Roy McNeil, Sanford Bilberry and Eldon Walker.
Campbell Funeral Home had charge of arrangements. Interment was in Spur Cemetery.
Mr. Adams came to this area over 30 years ago and has lived here ever since until about three years ago when, with his family, he moved to NM where he was living at the time of his death. He had been associated with the Pitchfork ranch for a number of years, and has many friends among the old time cowboys and ranchers in Dickens and adjoining counties.
He was converted when 19 and joined the Baptist church. The son of Mr and Mrs. B.V. Adams, he was born at Blum, TX where he lived for some time before coming to Dickens county at the age of 19. He was married to Miss Lona Slaton at Crosbyton Aug. 19, 1940.
Survivors include his widow and one daughter, Lois Adams; 3 sisters, Mrs. B.F.Forest, Mrs. W.B. Erwin and Miss Mary Deen Adams.
ŠThe Texas Spur, March 30, 1944
Lona Ray Slaton Adams (1898 - 1967)*
Created by: Ricky Henderson
Record added: Aug 05, 2007
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