1912 - 1976 (63 years)
||J. C. Hawthorne  |
||20 Aug 1912
||Jasper County, Texas [1, 2]
||Kirbyville, Jasper County, Texas 
- Hawthorne, J.C. Jr.
May 3, 1976
KIRBYVILLE Funeral for J.C. Hawthorne Jr., 63, will be at 2 p.m. today in the United Methodist Church with burial in Bean Cemetery under direction of Causeys E.E. Stringer Funeral Home. Hawthorne died at about 4:30 a.m. Monday in his home after a sudden illness. A lifelong resident of Jasper County, he was a security guard at the Kirby Lumber Co. plywood plant near bon Weir and formerly operated a store and service station. Hawthorne, a member of a pioneer family in Southeast Texas, and was a former member of the Kirbyville City Council and the Kirbyville School Board. Survivors include his wife, Trudie Hawthorne; two sons, Roger and Gary Hawthorne, and two daughters, Martha Rodgers and Jeanie Hawthorne, all of Beaumont; three brothers, Robert Hawthorne of Newton, Willie Hawthorne of Beaumont and Ray Hawthorne of Kirbyville, and two sisters, Annie Wilson of Vidor and Rosie Cady of Beaumont.
JOHNNIE HAWTHORNE 20 Aug 1912 Mar 1976 75956 (Kirbyville, Jasper, TX) (none specified) 449-09-8859 Texas
||Strong Family Tree
||17 Aug 2014 |
||John C. Hawthorne, b. 7 Mar 1879, Texas , d. 5 Dec 1961, Newton County, Texas (Age 82 years) |
||Mary Ella Wilkinson, b. 5 Jul 1885, Newton County, Texas , d. 3 Oct 1970, Beaumont, Jefferson County, Texas (Age 85 years) |
||20 Jun 1905
||Newton County, Texas 
- They were the parents of Robert, Annie, Willie (who married Reba DOUGHARTY), J.C., who married a woman named Trudy, Roy, Rosie and Lester HAWTHORNE. (Ruby Burkett).
||Group Sheet, Family chart
|Died - Mar 1976 - Kirbyville, Jasper County, Texas
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