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Stella Fuller Goliad/Banquete, TX Stella Lee Bennett Fuller, 96, of Banquete, died Monday, February 6, 2017. She was born October 11, 1920 to Lee Azalene Slone Bennett and George Franklin Bennett in Banquete, Texas. ... (legacy.com)
Patsy D. Gunter, 84, of Temple and formerly of Goliad died Tuesday, Jan. 31, at a local care center. Services are pending with Scanio-Harper Funeral Home in Temple. Online only subscribers get access to all of the Temple Daily Telegram's online content ... (Temple Daily Telegram)
Doris had many grandchildren, whom she loved dearly. She is also survived by two sisters and one brother, Francis Gonzales of Goliad, Texas, Ethel Thomas of Luling, Texas, Bill Schuster of Lockhart, Texas; and many nephews and nieces. Doris and Bob had 50 ... (Hill Country Community Journal)
1900: Living in Goliad, Texas with spouse. 1910: Living in Goliad ... Interment was made in Glendale Cemetery. A complete obituary will be carried in these columns next week. Thursday, 7 November 1940 Lankart Rites Held in Goliad on October 30 Attained ... (findagrave.com)
Born September 6, 1944 to Josephine Beck Moore and William Marshall Moore, Jr, she spent the greater part of her childhood living in Goliad, Texas with her parents and two harassing older brothers, Bill and Greg. She graduated from Victoria High School and ... (obits.dignitymemorial.com)
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