Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Forget Me Not: Denny Herbert Smith

Denny Herbert Smith 
3 March 1892 MS - 18 March 1966 LA

I was hoping this would reveal the names of Denny's parents but his parents and his wife are not included. He was married to Mavis Marie Brown, my great aunt. 

Tylertown. Funeral services for Denny Herbert Smith, 74, farmer of the Silver Creek Community were conducted Saturday afternoon from the Silver Creek Baptist Church where he was a member. Mr. Smith, a native and life-long resident of Pike County, died Friday at a Denham Springs, La. Hospital after along illness. He is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Nathalee Comeaux, Denahm Springs, La., and Mrs. Wilma Bushler, Baton Rouge, La.; one son, Fay S. Smith, Osyka; two sisters, Mrs. H. A. Brown, Osyka, and Mrs. Maude Brock, Baton Rouge, and seven grandchildren.

Source: Pike Native, D. H. Smith, Dies at Age 74 (McComb, MS: Enterprise-Journal, 21 Mar 1966) 7; digital image, accessed Feb 2018.

my photograph
Silver Springs Cemetery, MS

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1 comment:

  1. Another connection to my Brock's. I think this is your Maude Smith but I haven't found anything in their parents.
    1910 CENSUS: Beat 1, Pike County, Mississippi; Roll: T624_756; Page: 16A; Enumeration District: 0095; Image: 36; FHL Number: 1374769; Line 16, Household 97/98; Albert R. BROCK, Male, age 28, born in MS, Married 3 years, 1 child, 1 living; Maude BROCK, Wife, age 20, born in MS; Norman BROCK, Son, age 2 2/12, born in MS and Mary BROCK, Mother, age 65, born in MS, 13 children, 10 living.

    Find A Grave Memorial# 10692787


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