The Caddo Herald
January 3, 1930
R. C. McGraw is Dead
After a short illness Mr. R. C. McGraw died at the home of his son, F. I. McGraw. The funeral was held Friday morning at the Methodist Church, thence the remains were taken to Honey Grove, Texas for burial in the family plot there.
R. C. McGraw had lived in Caddo the past 10 years and was well known and liked by all who knew him. He was 80 years of age and long time a consistent member of the Methodist church a man of strictest integrity.
He is survived by four sons and four daughters, twenty-seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. The children are Mrs. Claude Glass, DeKalb, Texas; Mrs. Bernard Parrish, Honey Grove, Texas; Mrs. Sam Brown, Honey Grove, Texas; Mrs. William Kennedy, Caddo; Jack McGraw, Ponca City, Oklahoma; and T. I. McGraw, H. B. McGraw, and R. H. McGraw, all of Caddo, all of whom were present at his funeral.
Here was a long and useful life, well lived to bless the race of mankind. R. C. McGraw was a man who respected himself and commanded respect. A typical type of Southern gentleman and a Christian without reproach.