476. Edward Lawrence Hunter
was born on
17 Oct 1871 in Robertson County, Texas.(1052)
He appeared on the census on 15 Jun 1900 in Precinct #5, Taylor County,
Texas.(1053) He appeared on the census
on 25 Apr 1910 in JP #4, Ector County, Texas.
(1054) He appeared on the census on 8 May 1930 in JP #1, Tarrant County,
Texas.(1055) He died on 12 Jul 1933
in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.(1056)
He was buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Fort Worth, Texas. He appeared
on the census.
From the Fort Worth Press, July 13, 1933, p. 9
EDWARD L. HUNTER RITES IN MOUNT OLIVET
Last rites for Edward l. Hunter, 61, cattleman, were to be held this afternoon
at his home, near Birdville, Rev. J. W. Sharbutt was to officiate with burial
in Mount Olivet.
Mr. Hunter died Yesterday of a heart attack.
He is survived by his wife; one daughter, Mrs. Ruby Bradford. Fort Worth: three
sons, J. E. and C. L. Hunter Fort Worth; G. R. Hunter, Dallas, one sister, Mrs.
Laura Balch, Temple; and five brothers: Bishop Hunter, Merkle, Harvey Hunter,
Dallas; Jim Hunter, Weatherford.
Harveson & Cole had charge of funeral arrangements.
He was married to Nettie Mary Beavers Dew (daughter of
John Hinnah Dew and Mary Jane Glass) on 18 Jun 1893 in Lott,
Falls County, Texas.(1057)
Nettie Mary Beavers Dew was born on 24 Mar 1873 in Six Mile, Bibb
County, Alabama. She appeared on the census on 15 Jun 1900 in Precinct #5, Taylor
County, Texas, ED 153, sh 14b, p. 103a. She appeared on the census on 25 Apr
1910 in JP #4, Ector County, Texas, ED 54, sh 3a, p. 46a. She appeared on the
census in Jan 1920 in Ranger, Eastland County, Texas. She died on 7 Jan 1959
in Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas. She was buried in Mount Olivet Cemetery,
Fort Worth, Texas.
From the Fort Worth Evening Star Telegram, January 9, 1959, Page 23
MRS. MAMIE B. HUNTER
Funeral services will be conducted at 10 a.m. Saturday in Harveson & Cole
Funeral Home for Mrs. Mamie B. Hunter, 85, long-time resident here. Burial will
be held in Mount Olivet.
Mrs. Hunter, who died Thursday in a Fort Smith, Ark., hospital, had been making
her home with a daughter, Mrs. E. A. Bradford of Fort Smith.
She was born in Mississippi and first came here when she was 3. Her home was
on Lower Birdville Rd.
She was a member of the Oak Knoll Baptist Church. Survivors also include a son,
Cecil l. Hunter of Fort Worth, 12 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren.
Edward Lawrence Hunter and Nettie Mary Beavers Dew had the following children:
Erick Lawrence Hunter was born on 2 Jun 1894 in Riesel, McLennan County,
Texas. He died on 26 Jul 1894 in Riesel, McLennan County, Texas. He was buried
in Lone Oak Cemetery, Battle, McLennan County, Texas.
John Edward Hunter Sr..
Cecil Love Hunter.
Guy Robinson Hunter.
Ruby Mae Hunter.