Lillian Martin Morris Welsh © Cheyenne Star Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Mrs. Lillian Martin Welsh was born April 15, 1886 at Caril Caria, Texas.
She came to Roger Mills county with her parents, Mrs. and Mrs. John Buchanan Martin, at the age of 14, where she later met and married Emmett Morris in 1907. To this union four sons and two daughters were born.
They were engaged in ranching and the farming business west of Cheyenne. They moved to Bentonville, Arkansas, back to Cheyenne, to New Mexico and later to Fresno, California.
Her husband preceded her in death.
She later married Dan Welsh and they moved to Palacios, Texas where they resided until her death February 6, 1966 after a lengthy illness of two months.
She was a member of the Church of Christ and was faithful to her church, home, family and friends.
Her services and burial were at Palacios, Texas.
She left to mourn her passing, her husband Dan; four sons and wives, her children, James of Atwater, California; Alice of Yakima, Washington; L. D. of Grimes, Oklahoma; John of Cheyenne, Oklahoma; Amy of Keruns; and Bob of Yuma, Arizona; eight grandchildren; ten great grandchildren; five sisters, Minnie of San Bernardino, California; May Stevenson of Bristow, Oklahoma; Jewel Harvard and Lessie White of Oklahoma City; and Ethel Graves of Macon, Georgia; as well as a host of other relatives and friends.
Burial in Palacios Cemetery, Palacios, Matagorda County, Texas.
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