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Rev Reedy Rea Gilbreath

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Rev Reedy Rea Gilbreath

Birth
Maury County, Tennessee, USA
Death
19 Dec 1964 (aged 77)
Hereford, Deaf Smith County, Texas, USA
Burial
Hereford, Deaf Smith County, Texas, USA Add to Map
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R. R. Gilbreath, Minister, Dies Saturday

The Rev. R. R. Gilbreath, 77, of Amarillo, Texas, formerly of Columbia died early Saturday morning following an extended illness.

He was a brother of the late Carl C. Gilbreath, whose wife Mrs. Mary Lou Horn Gilbreath, died early Friday night at Maury County Hospital here. She was 81.

Services for the Rev. Mr. Gilbreath were to be held today in Amarillo. Burial was to be in Hereford, Texas.

The Rev. Mr. Gilbreath, a native of Maury County, was a son of the late John A. and Reedy Rea Gilbreath.

He had been living in Amarillo since his retirement from the Methodist ministry several years ago. He entered the ministry late in life and did not pastor any churches in Maury County.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Margaret Gilbreath; a daughter, Mrs. Clyde Cade, Amarillo; two sisters, Mrs. Walter Paterson, Columbia, and Mrs. Joe Frank Wilkes, Louisville, Ky; and three brothers, E. J. Gilbreath, Columbia, the Rev. J. Earl Gilbreath, Athens, Ga., and C. T. Gilbreath, Tustin. Calif.


Columbia Daily Herald December 21, 1964
R. R. Gilbreath, Minister, Dies Saturday

The Rev. R. R. Gilbreath, 77, of Amarillo, Texas, formerly of Columbia died early Saturday morning following an extended illness.

He was a brother of the late Carl C. Gilbreath, whose wife Mrs. Mary Lou Horn Gilbreath, died early Friday night at Maury County Hospital here. She was 81.

Services for the Rev. Mr. Gilbreath were to be held today in Amarillo. Burial was to be in Hereford, Texas.

The Rev. Mr. Gilbreath, a native of Maury County, was a son of the late John A. and Reedy Rea Gilbreath.

He had been living in Amarillo since his retirement from the Methodist ministry several years ago. He entered the ministry late in life and did not pastor any churches in Maury County.

Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Margaret Gilbreath; a daughter, Mrs. Clyde Cade, Amarillo; two sisters, Mrs. Walter Paterson, Columbia, and Mrs. Joe Frank Wilkes, Louisville, Ky; and three brothers, E. J. Gilbreath, Columbia, the Rev. J. Earl Gilbreath, Athens, Ga., and C. T. Gilbreath, Tustin. Calif.


Columbia Daily Herald December 21, 1964


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