On August 11, 1987 construction began for the new facility at Highway 380 and Cliff Drive in Graham. McMillan-Satterwhite Funeral Home has served the Graham area continually since that time with the goal of providing the highest quality funeral...
Funeral Homes in Bryson, TX
White's Funeral Homes have been providing quality and compassionate service to families for almost 100 years. We take great pride in our service and in the level of personalized attention that we give to all of our families.
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Facts about Bryson, Texas
Bryson is a city in Jack County, Texas, in the United States. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 528.
It was written by Graham Leader on May 1st, 2018 that Alan Henry Ratcliff passed on in Bryson, Texas. Ratcliff was 44 years old. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Alan Henry's life.
It was reported by Graham Leader on April 25th, 2017 that Tony Cleveland King died in Bryson, Texas. King was 82 years old. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Tony Cleveland's life.
It was reported by Graham Leader on May 11th, 2016 that Thomas Leroy Higgins passed on in Bryson, Texas. Higgins was 70 years old and was born in Tulsa, OK. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Thomas Leroy's life.
It was written by Graham Leader on February 27th, 2015 that Howard Daniel Saeger died in Bryson, Texas. Saeger was 81 years old and was born in Enid, OK. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Howard Daniel's life.
It was revealed by Graham Leader on June 14th, 2011 that Rubin Joe Eanes passed on in Bryson, Texas. Eanes was 38 years old. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Rubin Joe's life.
It was reported by Graham Leader on April 22nd, 2011 that Maurice Wilburn Anderson died in Bryson, Texas. Anderson was 87 years old and was born in Gothenburg, NE. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Maurice Wilburn's life.
Although oil had been discovered in Jack County as early as 1898, it wasn't until the mid-1920s that Bryson became an oil processing center for local producers. This change was officially recognized in 1884, when the local post office took the name Bryson. In 1940, that number rose to 806. The Chicago, Rock Island and Texas Railway, a subsidiary of the Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad, reached Bryson in 1903. As oil production declined, so did the population.
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