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Funeral Homes in Perrin, TX
In the late 1800s,W.A."Alf" Hawkins was a barber in Bridgeport. In those days, the local funeral director would call a barber to shave, bathe and cut the hair of the loved one. That's when Alf Hawkins first began his experience with a funeral...
Memory Gardens Cemetery was founded in the early 1950's and has undergone several owners. Bob and Carolynn White purchased Memory Gardens in the early 1980's. Memory Gardens is comprised of 23 acres with beautiful rolling hills and two natural...
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...
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Facts about Perrin, Texas
Perrin is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in southeastern Jack County, Texas, United States). It has a population of approximately 500, and it is located at the intersection of US HWY 281 and FM 2210.It was established in 1870 and named for Levi W. Perrin, the father of the town's founder Louis Perrin.In the early 20th century, the small town supported two banks and was larger than Jacksboro. Perrin was in prime consideration for the county seat and was only passed over because it was not centrally located within the county.Currently the town consists of: The Pirates Cove (the town's only gas station), Perrin Feed and Hardware, the US Post Office (zip code 76486), multiple churches, and the school. Additionally, two miles outside of Perrin is Mitchell Resort and RV Park, which was founded by the William and Frances Mitchell family. The Mitchell family built the RV park to host Bluegrass Festivals. The first festival was in 1975. William and Frances raised 5 children all who participated in the festivals. These festivals in Perrin, were a national event and the Mitchell Family Bluegrass Gospel band was one of the finest in the nation. Festvals ended in approximately 1998 and did not begin again until 2004, under new owners who are still the current owners. 2015 Bluegrass Festivals will celebrate the 40 year anniversary of Bluegrass in Perrin. All five Mitchell adult children still perform in various Bluegrass bands. The youngest, Patty Beth Mitchell, in the early 90's served as \"interim bassist/mandolinist and lead vocalist for the fledging band, the Dixie Chicks.\" She helped \"them win their first prestigious music award, the Telluride Band Contest \". \"Later on, she traveled the east and west coasts as a founding member of the Domestic Science Club\". Patty currently resides in Nashville Tn.The Perrin-Whitt Consolidated Independent School District serves area students including those living in the nearby community of Whitt.
It was disclosed by Visalia Times-Delta on October 22nd, 2013 that Eula B Burks (Ragsdill) perished in Visalia, California. Ms. Burks was 92 years old and was born in Perrin, TX. Send flowers to express your sympathy and honor Eula B's life.
It was written by The Daily Oklahoman on December 28th, 2012 that Arnold G Garrison died in Bethany, Oklahoma. Garrison was 85 years old and was born in Perrin, TX. Send flowers to express your sorrow and honor Arnold G's life.
It was disclosed by Auburn Journal on February 14th, 2012 that Vaughncele "Gigi" Kiser (Odell) passed on in Roseville, California. Send flowers to share your condolences and honor Vaughncele "Gigi"'s life.
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In the hayday of Texas oil the small town supported two banks and a number of other stores. Perrin is an unincorporated area community in southeastern Jack County, Texas County, Texas, United States). It has a population of approximately 300, and is located at the cross roads of HWY 281 and FM 2210
It was established in 1804 by Levi Perrin (ref. Crow, 4th. Mrs.
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