I need help in identifying the family, particularly parents, of CARRIE PULLIN - wife of a farming family in New Mexico during the 1930s - 1950s era.She's an apparent native of the Corsicanna, TX area.Any help would be appreciated.Here's what little I know:
Interment Record for Carrie (Parker) Pullin Name: Carrie (Parker) Pullin Born: 14 Jan 1897 Died: 10 Sep 1972 Buried: Evergreen Section: 39-39-03 Notes: See Carrie Pullin Parker. Interment Record for Carrie Pullin Parker
Name: Carrie Pullin Parker Born: 14 Jan 1897 Died: 10 Sep 1972 Buried: Evergreen Section: 39-39-03 Notes: Married H. V. Parker, Sr.
Individual Results Page NAME:BIRTH:DEATH: H. V., Sr. Parker15 Apr 19002 May 1977 CEMETERY:LOCATION IN CEMETERY:Evergreen39-39-04 NOTES:On the same stone with Carrie Parker.
*THE PARIS NEWS, 3 May 1977. 'H.V. Parker Sr. of Rt. 2, Paris, died at 4:40 p.m. Monday at Red River General Hospital in Clarksville. Services are set for 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Fry and Gibbs Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. C.G. Renfro of Deport will officiate, with burial in Evergreen Cemetery. Mr. Parker was born 15 Apr 1900, in Rome, Ga., son of W.W. and Emma Parker. He came to Texas when small and lived in the Corsicana area with his family. He married Carrie Pullin at Blooming Grove on 26 Jun 1920. She died 10 Sep 1972. He was a retired farmer and rancher and had operated the Farmers and Ranchers Livestock Barn in Paris until his retirement in 1966. They had moved to Paris from Artesia, N.M., in 1952. He was a Baptist. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Warren Tidwell of Arlington; three sons, Roy Ingland of Artesia, N.M., H.V. Parker Jr. of Clarksville and Buddy Parker, also of Clarksville; 12 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Annie Fine of Roswell, N.M.'============================================= Does anyone know the PULLIN family of Blooming Grove, TX in the 1920s?Any help appreciated. norm