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Beulah Barton
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Birth: Jul. 4, 1888
Falls County
Texas, USA
Death: Jun. 30, 1970
Falls County
Texas, USA

JULY 1, 1970

Marlin (SPL) ---Funeral services for Mrs. Beulah Barton, 81, sister of a Wacoan, were at 2 p.m. today in the Adams Funeral Home Chapel here, Rev. A.A. Bratcher and Rev. Loyd Chapman officiating, burial in Calvary Cemetery. Mrs. Barton died Tuesday morning in a Marlin hospital. She had been in ill health about nine years. Mrs. Barton was born July 4, 1888 at Perry, daughter of Isaac Barton and Allie Oakes Barton. On Feb. 19, 19111, she was married to James David Barton, son of Dave Barton and Easter Mires Barton. Before his retirement, Mr. Barton was a physiotherapist at Buie Clinic for 15 years. In earlier years, he had served as Falls County district clerk for six years. He died March 22, 1965. Mrs. Barton was a Baptist. Surviving are two brothers, Frank W. Barton of San Angelo and John D Barton of Riesel; two sisters, Mrs. H.B. Cannon of Fort Worth and Miss Minnie Sue Barton of 2505 North Fifteenth in Waco; and several nieces and nephews.
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  Isaac Barton (1868 - 1905)
  Allie Oakes Barton (1869 - 1959)
  James David Barton (1887 - 1965)
  Beulah Barton (1888 - 1970)
  Ocie Alvin Barton (1892 - 1968)*
*Calculated relationship
Calvary Cemetery
Falls County
Texas, USA
Plot: 1943 Addition Block 1
GPS (lat/lon): 31.30939, -96.9039
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Record added: Feb 22, 2004
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and God saw her getting weak, a cure not meant to be; He reached down his hand and said "Beulah come with me" and with a sigh Beulah left her mortal shell and reaching up her hand took the Lord's hand and went home to the promised land....there to dwell i...(Read more)
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