McLennan County, Texas
MART DAILY HERALD
MARCH 3, 1950
Marvin Aycock, 50, Mart businessman and farmer, died Friday morning at 2 o'clock in Providence hospital, Waco, where he had been receiving treatment for the past five weeks. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 3 p.m. at the Mart Church of Christ with Minister O.C. Harsell of Centerville, former pastor officiating, assisted by Minister Warren E. Starnes, present pastor.
Interment in Mart Cemetery. Littlepage of Mart in charge of arrangements.
Deceased was born Nov. 29, 1899 in Coolidge, coming to Mart at the age of 15 years, and had lived here ever since. Early in life, he became affiliated with the Church of Christ.
Survivors include: His wife, two sons, Thomas and Lyndon, and one daughter, Charlotte Ann; two brothers, O.C. and J.T. Aycock of Mart; two sisters, Mrs. Monroe Layne of Mart and Mrs. Silas Dockery of Ranger.
MART DAILY HERALD
MARCH 13, 1950
Funeral Services for Mrs. A. I. Kendrick held Sunday
Mrs. A.I. Kendrick, resident of Mart for 28 years, died Friday at 11 a.m. at her home, 1102 Texas Avenue. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the First Presbyterian church, with her pastor, Rev. O. L. Savage, officiating. Interment in Thornton Cemetery by the side of her twin sons who preceded her in death a number of years ago. Littlepage in charge of arrangements.
Pallbearers: A.T. Stansell, R.S. Gillam, J.W. Gillam, Frank Sadler, James Boren and Dan Wesson.
Deceased was born in Whitewright, moving to Mart from Lott with her husband and son, Crockett in 1922. Since early in life she had been a loyal member of the Presbyterian Church; her father the late Rev. R.R. Crockett, being a Presbyterian minister. For a number of years she had been in ill health.
Her many friends will regret to hear of her homegoing. Survivors include: Her husband; mother, Mrs. R.R. Crockett of Groesbeck; four sisters, Mrs. Robert Hanna of Groesbeck, Mrs. W.A. Jones of Cement, Okla., Mrs. M.A. Gunter of Kosse and Mrs. J.B. Chester of Raymondville; two brothers, D.S. Crockett of Monahans and B.H. Crockett of Ada, Okla.