Person:George Burris (2)

George Franklin Burris
  1. George Franklin Burris1900 - 1991
m. 14 Nov 1920
  1. Mildred Pauline Burris1921 - 2012
  2. Marvin Jackson Burris1929 - 2010
Facts and Events
Name George Franklin Burris
Gender Male
Birth[2] 20 Aug 1900 Mahan, Texas, Missouri, United States
Marriage 14 Nov 1920 Missouri, United Statesto Olive Esther Wills
Death[1][2] 25 Jul 1991 Houston, Texas, Missouri, United States
Burial[2] Ellis Prairie Cemetery, Ellis Prairie, Texas, Missouri, United States

Social Security Death Index

Social Security Death Index

  • Name: GEORGE F BURRIS
  • Birth: 20 Aug 1900
  • Death: 25 Jul 1991
  • Age: 90
  • Last Residence: Houston, Texas, MO 65483
  • Last Benefit: (not specified)
  • Issued By: Missouri
  • SSN: 491-12-4618
References
  1. Donald Lloyd Bradley. Family base proven Facts.

    Information given to me by the Children of George Burris and Olive Wills

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 George Franklin Burris, in Find A Grave.

    George Franklin Burris, 90 son of Marshall and Mittie McGoodin Burris was born August 20, 1900, in Theron Missouri. He died July 25, 1991 in the Texas County Memorial Hospital, following a long illness.

    He was united in marriage to Olive Esther Wills November 14, 1920 and to this union four children were born, Mildred, Melvin, Marvin and Marlene.

    He was preceded in death by his parents, wife, Esther, 3 sisters, Syrena Lilly, and infant sister, 4 brothers, Henry, Tom, John, and infant twin brother and one great granddaughter.

    Survivors include his children, Mildred Mitchell, Houston, Missouri; Melvin Burris, Temple, Texas; Marvin Burris, Fenton, Missouri and Marlene Hubbs, Houston, Missouri; 2 sisters, Ruby Smith, Success, Missouri and Rhoda Garrett, Memphis, Tennessee; 2 brothers, Charles Burris, Prescott, Arizona and Wayne Burris of Houston, Missouri ; 9 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren, 15 great great grandchildren, other relatives and many friends.

    Frank spent most of his life in the success community where he and his wife reared their family. He was a farmer by trade. He had also worked at Roby furniture factory and Ft. Leonard Wood.

    He and Esther moved to Houston in 1978, until entering Houston House in November of 1989. they had spent 70 years of their life together.

    He will be greatly missed by those who knew and loved him.

    Services were held at 10:30 a.m. Monday, July 29 at the Evans Funeral Home Chapel, With Rev. Sheldon Zook officiating, burial was at the Ellis Prairie Cemetery. Pallbearers ere Bud Garrett, Ralph Garrett, Royce Smith, Rupert Smith, Bruce Smith, and Bob Creason.

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