Denton Record Chronicle Denton, Texas Friday, March 1, 1910
R. C. MCCOLLUM Claimed by Death Lewisville, March 1: R. C. 'BOB' MCCOLLUM, 74, died suddenly at his home Tuesday afternoon of a heart attack. He was born July 5, 1865 in Clay County, Alabama, came to Texas in December 1899 and settled near Lewisville and had lived in the Lewisville community since. He was married to Mrs. EMMA ROBINSON in 1887. She died in 1936. He is survived by one daughter, Mrs. LENA ADAMS of Decatur; two sons, LUTHER MCCOLLUM of Mangum, Oklahoma, and JACK MCCOLLUM of Lewisville, and three grandchildren. The funeral was conducted by Rev. A. C. BILES, Baptist minister, assisted by Dr. ROBERT ROBINSON, pastor of the Presbyterian Church at the Old Hall cemetery, Wednesday afternoon.
October 17, 1936 Page 4 Mrs. R. C. McCollum Mrs. R. C. MCCOLLUM, 54, long time resident of Lewisville, died in the Denton Medical and Surgical Clinic Friday night, and the body was taken to Lewisville for funeral services Saturday afternoon at the Old Hall Cemetery, services to be conducted by Rev. L.M. WALKER. Mrs. McCollum was born in Alabama. She is survived by her husband and children, F. J. MCCOLLUM of Lewisville, R. L. MCCOLLUM of Mangum, Okla., Mrs. LENA ADAMS of the home. Brothers and sisters are Mrs. O. DICK and Miss ANNIE ROBERTSON of Lewisville, Mrs. FANNIE JOHNSON of Fort Cobb, Oklahoma, WILL ROBERTSON of Stecker(?), Oklahoma, and JOHN and JAMES ROBERTSON of Waketon.