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Nellie Estelle Hicks Conrad
© Cleburne, Texas Times Review
23 August 1939
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Mrs. Nellie Estelle Hicks Conrad, 37, died August 22, 1939 at a local hospital Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.

She was born December 28, 1901 in Morehead, Kentucky to Flotilla Prather and Benjamin Franklin Hicks.

She has been a resident of Keene for the past 15 years.

Survivors are her husband, J. O. Conrad; four daughters, Genon, Deloris, Joan and Jimmie Iris; two sons, Cameron and Carl Kenneth, all of Keene; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hicks of Modesto, California; eight brothers, Frank Hicks and Kenneth Hicks of Patterson, California; Floyd and Roy Hicks of Modesto, California; Boyd Hicks of Turlock, California; Quentin Hicks, J. D. Hicks and Warren G. Hicks of Morehead; four sisters, Mrs. Harry Donnell and Mrs. Manuel Azevedo of Modesto; Mrs. Ray Carey of Patterson and Mrs. Jake Gantz of Duncan, Oklahoma.

Burial in Keene Cemetery under the direction of Dillon & Sons Funeral Home.

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