March 24, 1927
George F. Thomas
Geo. F. Thomas Died Yesterday
After a brief illness, Geo. F. Thomas died yesterday afternoon at the home of his son, Robt. L. Thomas, 4 miles south of Davis.
Pneumonia combined with erysipelas was given as the cause of his death. He had been sick only one week.
Mr. Thomas was born in Tarrant county, Texas, October 3, 1861, and was 65 years of age at last birthday.
He moved to this section in 1896 and spent the remainder of his life here, engaging in farming.
His wife died May 12, 1911. One son, Robert, is the only surviving near-relative so far as we could learn.
Mr. Thomas was a good man, well thought of in the community. It was with deep regret that his friends learned of his death.
The funeral was held at Oak Ridge Cemetery, 4 miles west of Davis, this afternnon at 3 o'clock, Rev. J. F. Hendrey conducting the service.
Card of Thanks
We wish to thank our friends for their kindness and assistance during the illness and at the burila of our father, G. F. Thomas.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Thomas
May 18, 1911
Ella M. [Jamison] Thomas
Mrs. Thomas, wife of G. F. Thomas, a farmer living a few miles west of Davis, died at her home last Friday, after a short illness with pneumonia.
The remains were buried in Oak Ridge cemetery Saturday at 3 pm.
She leave a husband and a grown son, Robert, besides a host of friends to mourn her death.
Mrs. Thomas was a loving wife and mother, a kind neighbor and true friend, and her death is deplored by the entire community.
A Card of Thanks
We take this opportunity of expressing our heartfelt thanks and appreciations to our many friends and neighbors for their hospitable kindness during the illness of our wife and mother. We feel very grateful to them for services rendered and want to assure them that we can never forget them. It is very consoling to us, in this hour of grief, to know that she had so many friends. We hope to never have to repay any of our friends in the same way, but should we ever have to, we will certainly render our services as willingly and untiringly as they have with us. We pray God's richest blessings while here on earth, and when God, who knoweth all things best, sees fit to call them from this earthly ball, may they gain a habitation in His kingdom on high with all the blessings of earth. G. F. Thomas and son
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