Gregory, Mrs. C. E.
Death: June, 1927
Comments: Age 50; grave not found; information from newspaper; family member says this is Florence Ann Leonard Gregory and death certificate shows her buried at Missionary Grove (Nubbin Hill)-??
Burial: Providence Cemetery
Notes: Originally recorded in a survey on 4-10-2004 and updated on .

Comments about this cemetery record from our web site visitors:
Posted by Gloria A. Knight ( (Humble, TX) on 2005-08-26
I notice that you have my grandmother, Mrs. C. E. GREGORYl isted as being buried at Providence Cemetery, in June, 1927. Age 50, grave not found. Information from new spaper. However, on her death certificate, burial is shown to be at Missionary Grove Cemetery on 06 June 1927. Her full name was Florence Ann LEONARD, GREGORY b: 05 APR 1875 in LaClede Co., MO. She was married to Charles Evans GREGORY and they had the following chhildren. William Calvin GREGORY b. 1907 Charles Evans GREGORY, JR. B. 1911 Mary Florence GREGORY b. 1914 d. Oct, 1981 Ethel Ruby GREGORY b. 02 Sep 1916 (my precious mother) d: 29 Oct 1994 Vera GREGORY b. 1911 still living After the death of my grandmother, all of the girls were put into the Methodist Home Orphanage at Waco, Texas. All graduated from high school and all got college degrees. If anyone has any info on a family named Bullock that lived at Prescott during the 1920's, please contact me at This is a great survey and I wish to thank Mr. & Mrs. McKelvey. Gloria Knight

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