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Katherine Foy

Født 22 Nov 1910 McKinney, Collin, Texas, USA
Død 1 Aug 1997 Lakeside Care Home, Lubbock County, Texas, USA
22 Nov 1910
McKinney, Collin, Texas, USA
18 Sep 1891
13 Mar 1869
McKinney, Collin, Texas, USA
5 May 1842
McKinney, Texas, USA
Fødsel 22 Nov 1910 McKinney, Collin, Texas, USA
Flytning 1917
Estacado is a ghost town in Crosby and Lubbock counties in the U.S. state of Texas. Located along Farm to Market Road 1527, it was established in 1879 as a Religious Society of Friends (Quaker) colony by Paris Cox and originally named Maryetta after his wife. In 1886, it became the first government seat of Crosby County. In 1936, Recorded Texas Historic Landmark number 4779 was designated to commemorate the founding of Estacado.
Vielse/Ægteskab 10 Jul 1927 Old Emma, Crosby County, Texas, USA
Død 1 Aug 1997 Lakeside Care Home, Lubbock County, Texas, USA
Begravelse 3 Aug 1997 Becton Cemetary, Lubbock County, Texas, USA
Katherine FOY. Her common name was Dixie. She was born on 22 Nov 1910 at McKinney, Collin Co., TX. She was listed as a daughter in James FOY's household on the 1920 Census at Crosby Co., TX. She married Mack A. BECTON on 10 Jul 1927 (Age 16). She was listed as a wife in Mack A. BECTON's household on the 1930 Census on 22 Apr 1930 at Precinct 3, Lubbock Co., TX. She died on 1 Aug 1997 at age 86

(IDALOU (Special) - Services for Katherine ``Dixie'' Becton, 86, of Idalou will be at 3 p.m. Sunday in Idalou United Methodist Church with the Rev. Darren L. Skinner officiating. George Johnson will assist.

Burial will be in Becton Cemetery under direction of White Funeral Home of Idalou.

She died Friday, Aug. 1, 1997, in Lakeside Care Home in Lubbock.

She was born Nov. 22, 1910, in McKinney. She moved to Estacado in 1917, where she attended school. She married A. Mack Becton Jr. on July 10, 1927, in Old Emma. He died Dec. 11, 1971. She was a member of Idalou United Methodist Church.

She was a lifelong resident of the Becton, Petersburg and Idalou communities. She was a homemaker. She and her husband were city managers at Petersburg for several years.

Survivors include a son, A. James of Idalou; two daughters, Maxine Spencer of Littlefield and Cleta Bell Shults of Clarendon; a brother, J.A. Foy of Brownfield; a sister, Marcine Turiello of Fort Worth; eight grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.

The family suggests memorials to the Texas Boys Ranch or to the Methodist Children's Home in Waco

She was buried on 3 Aug 1997 at Becton Cemetery, Lubbock Co., TX.