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Thomas Almond Ferris

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Thomas Almond Ferris

Birth
Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas, USA
Death
4 Feb 1930 (aged 68)
Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, USA
Burial
Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas, USA Add to Map
Plot
Original 8
Memorial ID
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Pioneer of Waxahachie and son of Judge J.W. and Martha J. Crow Ferris (he born NY and she born KY). The town of Ferris was named for the Judge, who served as District Judge of Ellis County before the Civil War.

Thomas was first married to Sallie Thompson of Matseville KY, to whom 2 sons were born. In 1927, he married Mrs. Annie Jones of Dallas.

He was long connected with the Citizens National Bank of Waxahachie, his father being one of its organizers, and a long-time active social and business figure in the community.

Burial was in the Waxahachie City Cemetery, where a brief service was held.

Survivors included his 2 sons and his wife Annie.

A lengthy obituary with photo appeared in the Waxahachie Daily Light, Tuesday 4 February 1930, page 1, column 4, continued on page 7, column 5.

Buried in Original 8, central section, back (OC-8)
Pioneer of Waxahachie and son of Judge J.W. and Martha J. Crow Ferris (he born NY and she born KY). The town of Ferris was named for the Judge, who served as District Judge of Ellis County before the Civil War.

Thomas was first married to Sallie Thompson of Matseville KY, to whom 2 sons were born. In 1927, he married Mrs. Annie Jones of Dallas.

He was long connected with the Citizens National Bank of Waxahachie, his father being one of its organizers, and a long-time active social and business figure in the community.

Burial was in the Waxahachie City Cemetery, where a brief service was held.

Survivors included his 2 sons and his wife Annie.

A lengthy obituary with photo appeared in the Waxahachie Daily Light, Tuesday 4 February 1930, page 1, column 4, continued on page 7, column 5.

Buried in Original 8, central section, back (OC-8)


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