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L. B. Shifflett
Birth: Aug. 4, 1946
Death: Oct. 15, 2006
- NOVICE -- L. B. Shifflett, 60, of Novice died Monday, October 15, 2006 at his residence.
- Funeral services will be 10:00 a.m. Thursday, October 19, 2006 at Stevens Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will follow in the Atoka Cemetery, under the direction of Stevens Funeral Home.
- Mr. Shifflett was born August 4, 1946 in Garza County, the son of Lawrence Bruce Shifflett and Oleta Mae Blassingame Shifflett. He grew up in Loving County and married Rita Tidwell on January 21, 1966 in Mentone. He worked for Michael Shelby Oil as a production foreman and moved to Novice in April, 1987. He was a member of the Novice Volunteer Fire Department and Talpa Cowboy Church.
- He is survived by his wife, Rita Shifflett of Novice; two sons, Scott Shifflett and Greg Shifflett, both of Novice; one daughter Kelly Posey and husband Danny of Lingleville; two brothers, Joe Shifflett of Abilene, Wally Shifflett of Texas City; one sister, Mary Franklin of Kermit; one grandson, Parker Posey of Lingleville and several nieces, nephews and cousins.
- He was preceded in death by his parents and two sisters, Iva Lee Murphy and Birdie Lee.
- Memorials may be sent to the Novice Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary or the Class of 1966 Scholarship Fund, c/o Southwest Bank, Attn: Barbara Dudley, Wink, Texas.
- Family visitation will be from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home.
Burial: Atoka Cemetery, Novice (Coleman County), Coleman County, Texas, USA
Created by: Kenneth D. Bogard
Record added: Oct 17, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16214448
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* Research Notes
- Obituary of SHIFFLETT, L. B.; Coleman News [ONLINE]; Coleman,TEXAS; 16 Oct 2006; posted in Documents 
SHIFFLETT L. B. (I93)
 
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* Additional Family Tree
Cox Family Tree @ Ancestry.com [S112]
Parents
Elisha L Wilson 1883 - 1952
Annie Magnolia Winton 1888 - 1949
Siblings
Alma Jewell Wilson 1906 - 1972
Almeda Josephine Wilson 1908 - 1985
Winfred Winton Wilson 1910 - 1973
Jesse Wilson 1912 - 1979
Ira Rayborn Wilson 1914 - 1914
Doris Leota Wilson 1917 - 1996
Essie Wilson 1920 - 1983
Herman Calvin Wilson 1923 - 1924
Opal Pauline Wilson 1925 - 1979
Norma Wilson 1927 - 2005
Novis Wilson 1927 - 1927
Laura Ruth Wilson 1929 - 1982
Spouse Lucy Laura Casey 1918 - 2002
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WILSON Harlon H. "Shorty" (HH) (Elisha Harlon) (Harlon Harland) (I1758)
 
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* Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997, Ancestry.com Transcript
Name: Amy Marie Sartor
Date of Birth: 12 Jun 1984
Gender: Female
Birth County: Lubbock
Father's name: Russell Wayne Sartor
Mother's name: Jacquelyn Marie Henderson
Roll Number: 1984_0017
Source Information: Ancestry.com. Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005. Original data: Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997. Texas: Texas Department of State Health Services. Microfiche.
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SARTOR Amy Marie (I2149)
 
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* Texas Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2002, Ancestry.com Transcript
Name: Oliver Hedgcoxe
Gender: Male
Marriage Date: 1 May 1856
Spouse: Louisa Akinson
Marriage City: Washington
Marriage State: Texas
Source: Texas Marriages, 1851-1900
Source Information: Ancestry.com. Texas Marriage Collection, 1814-1909 and 1966-2002 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2005.
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AKINSON HEDGCOXE Louisa (Laura) (I2362)
 
5 "Family was from Spain" source: 33.PARKER, ADAMS: Adams Family Tree by Lawrence Parker ADAMS

* For additional genealogy, visit the Adams Family Tree by Lawrence Parker ADAMS @ Ancestry.com.
 
AGUERRA PARKER Antonia (I326)
 
6 " If you go back to the Trice family, you will see that my grandparents, Claude Morgan Hyden and Minnie Lee Deprang, were 1st cousins. That's probably why Z.J. died as an infant." Sandra Joyace "Sandi" HYDEN ASKEW [S83], email 07 Feb 2010  HYDEN Z. J. (I478)
 
7 "(J. Frank and a son, Oscar James, were killed by poison gas while cleaning a well.)" (source: The John Joseph Kincaid Family by Chloris Kincaid, Ancestry.com Tree, see Sources below) MOORE James Frank (I114)
 
8 "(J. Frank and a son, Oscar James, were killed by poison gas while cleaning a well.)" (source: The John Joseph Kincaid Family by Chloris Kincaid, Ancestry.com Tree, see Sources below) MOORE Oscar James (I467)
 
9 "a veteran of the Korean conflict" NICHOLS Dock Aaron "Skeeter" (I567)
 
10 "After high school, Rex joined the U. S. Navy and served during WWII." Obituary of Rex Lee CATE, Walker Funeral Home, Coleman Co, TEXAS, posted in DOCUMENTS CATE Rex Lee (I621)
 
11 "aged 1 day" "son & dau of I. B. & J. T. Carry" / common stone with CARRY, Allen CARRY (CARY) Allie (I167)
 
12 "aged 1 day" "son & dau of I. B. & J. T. Carry" / common stone with CARRY, Allie CARRY (CARY) Allen (I168)
 
13 "aged 1 hr" - "dau of I. B. & J. T. Carry" CARRY (CARY) Infant (I150)
 
14 "Arkansas Cpl US Army WWI"  PARKER Griffin Lyn (I220)
 
15 "Arkansas Cpl US Army WWI"  PARKER Griffin Lyn (I220)
 
16 "Aunt Celya" PARKER Celya Lillian (I218)
 
17 "brother" DePRANG Joseph Nichols "Jodie" (I817)
 
18 "Capt Texas Cav Mexican War" Rev. CHILDRESS Hugh Martin, Sr. (I338)
 
19 "Capt Texas Cav Mexican War" Rev. CHILDRESS Hugh Martin, Sr. (I338)
 
20 "Casadia Ballew was T.C. Kelley's first wife and died giving birth to her child who also died." price Family Tree @ Ancestry.com Souce88 KELLY Dellie Delta (I202)
 
21 "Casadia Ballew was T.C. Kelley's first wife and died giving birth to her child who also died." price Family Tree @ Ancestry.com Souce88 BALLEW KELLY Gansadia (Cansadia) (I203)
 
22 "Dad" / (MASONIC) / common stone with BUSH, Ruth (Kegans) BUSH Jasper G. (I389)
 
23 "Dad" / common stone with PARKER, Clara M. (Meredith) PARKER William Walter (I214)
 
24 "Daddy Randal"  PARKER Randal M. "Hooks" (I262)
 
25 "Daddy" SHIELDS Vincent Darrell (I19)
 
26 "Daddy" / "married Dec 20, 1924" / common stone with O' NEAL, Johnie O'NEAL Cordell James (I91)
 
27 "Daddy" / "married Jan 5, 1938" / common stone with PARHAM, Bevie O. PARHAM Louie Blanton "Bill" (I483)
 
28 "dau of C. A. & F. J. Parker" PARKER Gracie Ely (I305)
 
29 "dau of E. J. & M. J. Goats" GOATS Effie (I181)
 
30 "dau of R. R. & H. M. Bush" BUSH M. Russell (I383)
 
31 "dau of S. N. & M. Edenborough" EDENBOROUGH Edith (I355)
 
32 "daughter" DEAKINS Effie Gertrude (I412)
 
33 "Dub Murrill who was killed by lightning when in his 20's"
Sonya PATE LOOSE 06 Aug, 2014 
MURRILL Wilson Richard "W. R." "Dub", Jr. (I837)
 
34 "During the Civil War Childress served with J. J. Callan's minutemen and in Company B under Henry Fossett at Camp Colorado. In January 1865 he fought in the battle of Dove Creek against Kickapoo Indians bound for Mexico." CHILDRESS Hugh Martin "Mart", Jr. (I665)
 
35 "Edgar, Kittie wife f b 45 m1 m26yrs 7ch 5li Texas Texas Texas"
p227b/Dw160/Justice Prec 2/Ward 2/Taylor/Sd10/Ed131 
EDGAR KELLETT Kittie Bourbon (I632)
 
36 "Father"

There are four McCAINs buried in Atoka Cemetery. William Edgar McCAIN, his wife Vera Della PARKER McCAIN and their family of twin daughters Loreta Thelma McCAIN and Juanita Velma McCAIN and daughter Willie Lee McCAIN SHIELDS are buried in Atoka Cemetery. 
McCAIN William Edgar (I309)
 
37 "Father" DePRANG Walter Holley (I504)
 
38 "Father" / (MASONIC) / common stone with MURRILL, Polly W. MURRILL James Henry (J. H.) (I112)
 
39 "Father" / common stone with Louisa Emaline SLATE KINCAID KINCAID John Joseph "J. J." (I81)
 
40 "Father" / common stone with NICHOLS, Eula M.

Morgan Louis NICHOLS, his second wife Eula STEPHENS NICHOLS, and their two children, Dale (Infant) NICHOLS and Dock Aaron NICHOLS are the NICHOLS family buried in Atoka Cemetery.  
NICHOLS Morgan Louis (I485)
 
41 "Father" / common stone with SARTOR, Lillie M. SARTOR James Gross "Jim" (I407)
 
42 "Father" / common stone with WARE, Maude E. WARE Orbie Cicero (I196)
 
43 "Father" / MASONIC / Confederate States of America BUSH Richard Rhodes (I385)
 
44 "Father" east section, row 29 (south to north) DEAKINS George Ira (I224)
 
45 "Gram died in bed in Norton. (source: Testimony, Clementena PARKER HANNAH, see NOTES) EDGAR KELLETT Kittie Bourbon (I632)
 
46 "husband of M. E. Pendleton"  PENDLETON Joseph (I40)
 
47 "I have recently found records indicating he was one of the fortunate few members of Fannin's troops who escaped being massacred at Goliad. I've also recently found records indicating he later fought in the Battle of San Jacinto. I believe his name was Oliver Hazzard Perry Davis. I also have found some records indicating he had a close male relative (brother, uncle, nephew, or cousin) who was named Eugene Davis." email from Robert Webb, Jun 21, 2007

"I have also found some records that O. H. P. Davis' father was George Washington Davis (from Tennessee) who was one of the original settlers in DeWitt's colony in the early 1830s and who was a noted participant in political activities leading to, and during, the Texas War for Independence." email from Robert Webb, Jun 21, 2007 
DAVIS Oliver Hazzard Perry (Perry) (I642)
 
48 "In November, 1795, after selling certain of his Martin County lands to Richard Taylor during the previous month, William Sparkman accompanied Joseph Witherington to the State's Land Office in Raleigh, where Joseph obtained his Revolutionary War land warrant, which he indorsed on the spot to William, John Gray Blount, brother to Tennessee governor William Blount and an associate of North Carolina Secretary of State James Glasgow, being the witness. William sold his remaining lands in Martin County to Joseph Witherington on September 14, 1796, and subsequently headed with his wife, 5 year daughter Mary and 2 year old daughter Celia to Nashborough (present day Nashville), Tennessee, arriving around Christmas Day." source: Sparkman Cemetery website SPARKMAN Mary "Polly" (I22)
 
49 "infant dau of Mr. & Mrs. John Pendleton" PENDLETON Barbara (I92)
 
50 "infant" SARTOR Mattie Marie (I408)
 

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