Join Our Email List

Keep up on news and events.



Joomla Extensions powered by Joobi

Search North Elm Cemetery Burial/Memorial Records

Click on a field below to see your choices, then make a choice. After adding a choice to a field, you can click the field again, and add another choice. 

Search Again

 

Search Cemetery Records

Items Count: 863


Matilda Baggerly

MRS. MATILDA BAGGERLY BURIED AT NORTH ELM Mrs. Matilda Coward Baggerly, 95, widely known pioneer woman of Cameron, died here at the home of her son, Matt. Baggerly on Sunday morning, April 4, 1943, at 1:30 a.m. Mrs. Baggerly had been ill for the past year but became gravely ill about ten days ago. She was the widow of the late I. J. Baggerly, Confederate veteran who preceded her in death some years ago. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, April 4, 1943, at 5 p.m. from the residence in Cameron with interment in the North Elm Cemetery. Rev. C. W. Sanders, Pastor First Baptist Church and Rev. Bob Poole, Pastor First Methodist Church, conducted the services. The Green Funeral Home in Cameron directed funeral arrangements. Mrs. Baggerly is survived by four sons as follows: M. A. Baggerly of Cameron, Wiley Baggerly of Gause, M. C. Baggerly of Rockdale, and Roy Baggerly of San Diego, Calif. Pall bearers were H. B. McClellan, J. M. McLean, Jeff T. Kemp, Will Gjedde, Chas. Swift, and Joe Bass all of Cameron. The Cameron Herald 08 Apr 1943

Additional Info

  • Last Name: Baggerly
  • First Name: Matilda
  • Maiden Name: Coward
  • Spouse: Isaac J.
  • Row: 3
  • Plot: 44
  • Side: Left
  • Birth: Sunday, November 28 1847
  • Death: Wednesday, April 14 1943
  • Remarks: Has stob, no marker
  • Obituary: MRS. MATILDA BAGGERLY BURIED AT NORTH ELM Mrs. Matilda Coward Baggerly, 95, widely known pioneer woman of Cameron, died here at the home of her son, Matt. Baggerly on Sunday morning, April 4, 1943, at 1:30 a.m. Mrs. Baggerly had been ill for the past year but became gravely ill about ten days ago. She was the widow of the late I. J. Baggerly, Confederate veteran who preceded her in death some years ago. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon, April 4, 1943, at 5 p.m. from the residence in Cameron with interment in the North Elm Cemetery. Rev. C. W. Sanders, Pastor First Baptist Church and Rev. Bob Poole, Pastor First Methodist Church, conducted the services. The Green Funeral Home in Cameron directed funeral arrangements. Mrs. Baggerly is survived by four sons as follows: M. A. Baggerly of Cameron, Wiley Baggerly of Gause, M. C. Baggerly of Rockdale, and Roy Baggerly of San Diego, Calif. Pall bearers were H. B. McClellan, J. M. McLean, Jeff T. Kemp, Will Gjedde, Chas. Swift, and Joe Bass all of Cameron. The Cameron Herald 08 Apr 1943