Lucinda Isabelle Beck Davis © Cheyenne Star 03 Jan 1976 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Lucinda Isabelle Beck was born April 29, 1884 in Texas and passed away in the Roger Mills County Hospital, December 28, 1975.
She married John Ephriam Pierce in 1905 and he preceded her in death.
In 1937 she married Walter J. Davis in Wheeler, Texas then in 1940 she moved to Durham from Mobeetie, Texas and later moved to Sayre.
In 1962 she moved to Cheyenne to make her home.
Mrs. Davis was a member of the United Methodist Church.
Others preceding her in death were her parents; one son, Jimmy; one daughter, Mazine; two brothers, two sisters and one step son.
Survivors are two daughters, Mae Coombs of Cheyenne; Lorene Rector of Mobeetie, Texas; five sons, Lester Pierce of Cheyenne; Luther Pierce of Reydon; Marvin Pierce of Wheeler, Texas; Carl Pierce of Cheyenne; and T .C. Pierce of Sayre. She was also survived by twenty five grandchildren, thirty nine great grandchidren; one brother, Luther Beck of Auburn, Alabama; two step daughters and one stepson, Wylie Davis of Pampa, Texas.
Funeral services were held Tuesday, December 30, 1975 in the Cheyenne United Methodist Church with Rev. Ed Sifford and Rev. C. W. Burch, Mobeetie, Texas officiating.
Burial in Kelton Cemetery, Kelton.
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