Lea County Deaths Sent in by Lea County researchers.
Last Update: October 29, 2003.
Hobbs News Sun, 4⁄18⁄1960. Funeral Services Set Tomorrow for Charlie M. Fish Funeral services will be held here Tuesday for a former Hobbs man who was killed in an automobile accident in Lubbock, Tex., Saturday afternoon. Charlie Martin Fish, 41, interior decorator, died and his wife, son and daughter-in-law were injured in a crash which occurred in a Lubbock intersection. The car in which the Fish family was riding had halted at a stop sign when it was struck in the rear by a dump truck. Mrs. Pearl Fish was seriously injured. Her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fish, were scheduled for release from the hospital today.
Survivors include another son, Charles, of Lubbock; parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.A. Fish, Hammon, Okla.; five brothers, Perry, Amarillo, Tex.; John, Oklahoma City, Raymond, Hammon, Okla.; and Earl and Ira, Hobbs. Seven sisters also survive. They are Mrs. Joe Carden, San Jon; Mrs. albert Trent and Mrs. Howard Hendrick, Elk City, Okla.; Mrs. Nick Blanken, Hammon, Okla.; Mrs. Andrew Jenkins, Hobbs; Mrs. J. K. Boulware, San Mateo, Calif.; and Mrs. W. W. Gilbert, Tulsa, Okla.
Mr. Fish moved to Hobbs in 1953, lived here five years, and then moved to Lubbock. He is a veteran of military service. His funeral will be at 3:30 p.m. Tuesday at the First Assembly of God Church with the pastor, the Rev. Hubert R. Ratliff, pastor, officiating, and Rev. Nick Kovac of Lamesa, Tes., assisting. Burial will be in Prairie Haven Cemetery under direction of Griffen Funeral Home. Pallbearers will be L. R. Peeples, H. D. Kendrick, H. J. Jenkins, A. B. Chastain, Don Haddock, and C. C. Huner. (From Natalie Davis)
Sent: Friday, February 15, 2002 12:47 PM . Subject: NM deaths. My great grandfather, Timothy F. Herrington, died July 14, 1914 in Ranger Lake, Lea County, NM and is probably buried on his old ranch (homestead?) there. That date is before NM started keeping records so he is not listed in the state's records. Congratulations on a fine project.
Thanks, Ed Tucker Cottonwood, AZ.
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