Abilene Morning News Abilene, Texas Thursday, October 27, 1932 W. E. PYLANT The funeral of W. E. PYLANT, 78, long time Taylor Countian who died last Monday at Ada, Oklahoma, was held Wednesday morning at the Caps Methodist Church with Rev. R. A. WALKER, minister of the Merkel Presbyterian Church, conducting. Mr. Pylant is survived by six daughters, his wife having died 11 years ago. The daughters are Mesdames LYDIA DAVIS and GERTRUDE FRAZIER of Merkel, BILL MCCALLUM and EUNICE LEON of Temple, MAY BLANKENSHIP of Buffalo Gap and ANNIE PEARSON of Ada, Oklahoma.
Dallas Morning News Dallas, Texas October 18, 1933 Local Courts Ninety-Fifth District Court with ROYALL R. WATKINS as judge: JIMMIE PYLANT vs NORMAN PYLANT, divorce reinstated.
Dallas Morning News Dallas, Texas January 22, 1935 Marriage Licenses H. W. KISSENGER of 3137 Ross and Miss IRENE PYLANT of Dallas.
Dallas Morning News Dallas, Texas October 2, 1939
Father of Two Dallas Teachers As he finished reading his morning paper and walked to the window of his apartment, WILLIAM M. HAMILTON, 79, father of two Dallas schoolteachers, dropped dead of a heart attack at the Ambassador Hotel. A former Nashville, Tennessee contractor, Mr. Hamilton came to Dallas three years ago to live with his daughter after the death of his wife. A short funeral service was held late Saturday at the Lamar & Smith Funeral Chapel and the body was sent to Nashville where burial will take place Monday. Surviving are four children, Miss DANA LEE HAMILTON, teacher in the Mount Auburn school; W. THEO HAMILTON, instructor at W. H. ADAMSON High School; Mrs. H. C. PYLANT of Franklin, Tennessee and Mrs. J. HORACE FARRAR of Manchester, Tenn., and three grandchildren, WILLIAM HAMILTON, ROBERT HAMILTON and JOHNNY HAMILTON of Dallas.
Dallas Morning News Dallas, Texas November 12, 1944 Photo with article; At home, Mr. and Mrs. HENRY EARL SCATES are making their home at 704 West Tenth. They were married Oct. 29 at the home of Mrs. L. L. THALHEIMER at 701 North Lancaster by Rev. BOLTON BOONE of the Grace Methodist Church. The bride is the former Mrs. FRANCES MARIE PARRISH, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. PYLANT of Iredell in Bosque County and the bridegroom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. H. R. SCATES of Bonham.
Dallas Morning News Dallas, Texas July 30, 1950 Dallas People Sgt. and Mrs. STEVE RAGLAND and their son, RICHARD RAGLAND, returned to Fort Knox, Kentucky after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE E. PYLANT and their son JOE TALMADGE PYLANT, of 1710 Gould.
Dallas Morning News Dallas, Texas August 1, 1915 Sherman, Texas, July 31: Rev. ERNEST PYLANT, Baptist, returned from Shilloh in Collin County where he conducted a revival. There were 71 conversions.