Ben Mallow Passes
Away At Residence
Benjamin Armstead Mallow , 85, died at his home East of McKinney Wednesday morning. He was a native of the county, born May 9, 1872.
His survivors are his wife, two sons, Vearis G. Mallow of Route 3, McKinney, Raymond Mallow of Belton; one brother, J. Woot Mallow of McKinney; two sisters, Mrs. Frank C. Faires of Dallas and Mrs. Ida Gosa of McKinney; nine grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held Thursday at 3:30 p.m. at the Crouch - Moore Funeral Chapel conducted by Rev. Ab Snider, Christian minister, with burial in Johnson Cemetery.
Funeral services for Ramon Mallow, 79, of McKinney, Route 3, who passed away today in a McKinney hospital will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Horn-Harris-Crouch Funeral Chapel with Bro.Frank Morgan officiating. Interment will be in Ridgeview Memorial Park.
He was born January 8, 1902 on McKinney, Route 3, the son of Mrs. and Mrs. B. A. Mallow. He married Annie McWilliams on August 28, 1923 in San Benito, Texas. He was a member of Westside Church of Christ in McKinney; retired from the Department of Agriculture and a 1923 graduate of Texas A & M.
Survivors include his wife of McKinney, Route 3; one son, Ramon D. Mallow; one daughter, Mrs. Virginia Carmichael of St. Louis, Missouri; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
Family visitation will be from 7-8 p.m. at Horn-Harris-Crouch Funeral Home tonight.
John H. Mallow
July 30, 1953
Funeral services were held Saturday for John H. Mallow, 92, a native of Collin County and one of its best known and beloved pioneers. He passed away Thursday afternoon at 4:45 at his home one mile south of Melissa where he had lived for many years. he was the son of Mr. and Mr.s Lewis Mallow and was born December 27, 1860. His mother passed away when he was only two years old and he was reared by his aunt, Mrs. Mary Lewis and cousins, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Hatler, all long time residents of the Melissa community.
Deceased was married on November 1l7, 1886 to Miss Dolly Rattan of Anna. One adopted daughter, Inez Mallow, died in childhood. Mrs. Mallow passed away in 1945.
Services were held at the Christian Church at Melissa Saturday, conducted by Rev. Ernest Gilbert. Burial was in Melissa Cemetery with Crouch-Moore in charge.
Pallbearers were: Mallow Graves, W. T. Morgan, Laud Rattan, D. T. Erwin, Clyde Robinson and Dewitt Luscombe.
In the latter years and up until his death, Mr. Mallow has as his almost constant companion, a nearby neighbor, Malcolm Martin, who was at his side much of the time to care for his needs.
Deceased was a member of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. He is survived by several nieces and nephews.
Mr. Mallow took an interest in the civic life of his home community. He was a staunch supported of congressman Sam Rayburn and the late Joe Bailey, one of Texas' most colorful political figures in the old days. He was a former student of Texas A. & M. College, which school he attended in 1881, 1882 and 1893 and took pride in that big institution of higher learning as it has progressed through the years.
Mr. Mallow was a charter subscriber to The Examiner, having never missed an issue.