Eulalia Victoria Cutbirth
b. 4 September 1906, d. June 1985
- Father: Lige Cutbirth b. 25 June 1876, d. 30 April 1925
- Mother: Eulalia Fry b. 27 October 1875, d. 21 October 1958
- Eulalia Victoria Cutbirth was born on 4 September 1906 in Texas.
- She was known as Mickey.
- She married Thomas Jefferson Haynie, son of Robert Lee Haynie and Matilda Elizabeth Blair, circa 1927.
- Thomas Jefferson Haynie and Eulalia Victoria Cutbirth appeared in the US federal census of 1 April 1930 in Sweetwater, Nolan County, Texas.
- She officially witnessed the death of Eulalia Fry on 21 October 1958 at Sunnydale Rest Home in Abilene, Taylor County, Texas.
- Eulalia Victoria Cutbirth became a widow at the 1 December 1972 death of her husband Thomas Jefferson Haynie.
- The following appeared on 2 December 1972 in The Abilene Reporter-News: Thomas Jefferson (Jeff) Haynie, 72, of 1210 Amarillo, longtime Abilene businessman, died about 4 p.m. Friday after a lengthy illness.
Funeral will be at 3 p.m. Saturday at First Central Presbyterian Church where he was for many years a deacon. The Rev. Joe Owens will officiate. North's Funeral Home will direct Burial in Elmwood Memorial Park.
Mr. Haynie is survived by his wife, Mickey; by a son R. L. (Bob) Haynie and a daughter, Mrs. Jim Wallace, both of Denver, Colo., by five grandchildren, all of Denver, and by a half-sister, Mrs. Alfred Lieb of Snyder.
Mr. Haynie had been ill since 1967 suffering from arteriosclerosis. He underwent treatment at various hospitals. For the last four years he had been a patient at Sunnydale Nursing Home where he died.
Native of Youngsport, Tex., he was reared at Stamford and attended public schools there. Later he was graduated from business college at Tyler. He was associated with his father, the late R. L. Haynie, in a wholesale hardware company and later operated hardware stores in Sweetwater and Midland.
He moved to Abilene in 1933 to become an associate in the Ed S. Hughes Hardware Co. Later he was co-owner with Jack Yonge of the Taylor County Lumber Co. located at South 7th and Pecan. He sold his interests in 1957 to join Lawrence Realty Co. with which he was associated until ill health forced his retirement in 1967.
He was veteran of World War I, a former member of the Downtown Lions Club, the Abilene Board of Realtors and a longtime member of the water development committee of the Abilene Chamber of Commerce.
Pallbearers will be L. N. Wilkinson, L. F. Hooker, Jack Yonge, Dr. Eric Sellers, George Minter Jr., Pete Couch, Guy McCarty, Jim Tillie, Allen Wright, Elbert Hall and Harold Austin, all of Abilene, and Lockett Shelton of Dallas.
The family requests that memorials be in the form of gifts to West Texas Rehabilitation Center or to the First Central Presbyterian Church.
- Eulalia Victoria Cutbirth died in June 1985 at age 78.
- Last Edited: 3 Jan 2010