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JOSEPH LONG MINCHIN
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CAMPO CEMETERY LISTINGS, Santa Barbara, Brazil 

MINCHIN    

Anna L.                           09-05-1882  23-09-1944           

Eduardo M.                   27-02-1871  26-05-1953           

J. L. [Joseph Long]    -----1833   18-06-1927  sp. of Julia A. Pyles           

Julia A.                           ---------   08-11-1902  a Pyles           

Mamie                            03-06-1874  22-11-1966

CHILDREN OF JOSEPH AND JULIA:

They had a total of eight

1. Jenny Minchin

Born 1869  Brazil

2.  Eduardo (Edwardo) Milton Minchin

Born 1872 Itapetininga, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Died 1953 Brazil

Edward married Nannie L. (          ),  She was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil

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3. Mamie Minchin

Born 1874  Brazil  -  Died 22 Nov 1966  Brazil

4.  Joseph Johnston Minchin

Born 1878  Brazil

5.  Albert Minchin

Born 1881  Brazil

6.  Lee Stuart Minchin

Born 1884  Brazil

7.  Florida Elizabeth Minchen

Elizabeth Minchin Boone

BIRTH11 Jun 1887

Brazil

DEATH18 May 1974 (aged 86)

Olney, Young County, Texas, USA

BURIAL

Restland Cemetery

Olney, Young County, Texas, USA

MEMORIAL ID53774581 

daughter of J.L. Minchin - Julie Pyles
Thomas Whitt Boone married Elizabeth Minchin on 15 October 1916 at Graham, Texas. 

Services for Mrs. Elizabeth M. Boone, 86, were held at First Baptist Church. She was born at Rebaucas, Brazil. Mrs. Boone had lived in Olney 32 years. She was a homemaker and a school teacher.

Survived by one daughter - Mrs. Granville Murphy; one son - Giles Boone; one sister - Miss Fannie Minchin; one grand-daughter.

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Thomas Whittington “Whitt” Boone

BIRTH14 Mar 1883

Brenham, Washington County, Texas, USA

DEATH23 Nov 1952 (aged 69)

Olney, Young County, Texas, USA

BURIAL

Restland Cemetery

Olney, Young County, Texas, USA

MEMORIAL ID53774554 ·

 

Son of William McDuffy Boone - Nancy Caroline Mashburn

Services for Thomas Whitt Boone, 69, manager of City Gas Company in Olney were held at the First Baptist Church.

Boone died of a heart ailment. He had been ill for four weeks.

Thomas Whitt Boone married Elizabeth Minchin on 15 October 1916 at Graham, Texas. 

Boone lived in Young County most of his life. He made his home in the Spring Creek community in 1894 and lived at Megargel in 1926 before moving to Olney in 1936.

He was an active member of the First Baptist Church and belonged to the Masonic and IOOF Lodges.

Survived by his wife; one son - Giles Boone of Olney, who is area field executive for the American Red Cross; one daughter - Mrs. Nancy Lou Murphy of Dumas; his step-mother - Mrs. Belle Boone of Olney; three brothers - Lon and Floyd Boone of Olney; Paul Boone of Fort Worth; six sisters - Mrs. j.R. Womack and Mrs. A.E. Garrett of Olney, Mrs. Marion Shumake of Perrin, Mrs. R. Blair of Levelland; Mrs. Dan Pollard of Graham; Mrs. Frank Baker of Fort Worth; one grandchild - Susan Boone of Olney.

ELIZABETH AND THOMAS HAD TWO CHILDREN:

1.  GILES MINCHIN BOONE

2.  NANCY LOU BOONE

Giles Minchin Boone

BIRTH1917

Spring Creek, Throckmorton County, Texas, USA

DEATH9 Nov 1995 (aged 77–78)

Hereford, Deaf Smith County, Texas, USA

BURIAL

Restland Memorial Park

Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, USA

PLOTGarden of Ascension

MEMORIAL ID66733647 · 

son of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Boone, Olney

Funeral services for Giles M. Boone, 78, of Hereford were held in First United Methodist Church in Hereford with Dr. Ed Williamson, pastor officiating. He died Thursday, Nov. 9,1995.

Born in Spring Creek, he and Evelyn Koeneman were married in 1941 in Dallas She died in 1979. He was a teacher in Olney schools during the 1940's. He moved to Deaf Smith County in 1981 from Dallas. He had worked as director of disaster services for the American Red Cross. 

He was a veteran, serving in the Army during World War II. Graduate of NTSTC. Entered AAC, 1942, trained at Sheppard Field, Tex., Cal. and Mo. Served in Aleutians. Awarded APO, 1 Star, ATO, GC and Vicory Medals. Discharged in 1945.

He was a member of First Christian Church.

Survivors include a daughter, Susan Perrin of Hereford; a sister, Nancy Murphy of Dumas; and two granddaughters.

Graveside services were held in Restland Cemetery in Dallas with Jim Dorff of First United Methodist Church in McKinney officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Gilliland-Watson Funeral Home.

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NANCY LOU BOONE

Nancy Murphy DUMAS - Nancy Murphy, 82, died Sunday, June 16, 2002. Memorial services will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday in First Baptist Church with the Rev. Eddie Tubbs, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Dumas Cemetery by Morrison Funeral Directors. Mrs. Murphy was born Oct. 1, 1919, in Young County. She had lived in Dumas since 1943. She married Granville Murphy on Sept. 2, 1947, in Seymour. She was a longtime member of First Baptist Church. She taught second and third grade at Sunset Elementary School for many years. She taught school a total of 33 years. She was preceded in death by her husband on July 14, 1997. Survivors include two nieces, Susan Perrin of Hereford and Linda Wright of Hooker, Okla; and a host of friends. The family suggests memorials be to Memorial Hospice, 224 E. Second St., Dumas, TX 79029. Visitation will be from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. today at the funeral home. The family will be at 115 Santa Barbara St. Amarillo Globe-News, June 18, 2002

Maj Granville Murphy

BIRTH14 Sep 1916

Texas, USA

DEATH14 Jul 1997 (aged 80)

Moore County, Texas, USA

BURIAL

Dumas Cemetery

Dumas, Moore County, Texas, USA

MEMORIAL ID76462742 · View Source

Giles M officiating. Arrangements were under the direction of Gilliland-Watson Funeral Home.

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8. Fannie Lou Minchin

Born 1890  Brazil

Listed in Elizabeth's Obituary  "Find A Grave"