He was a representative of Banking Supply Company. He formerly was a banker for many years in Stamford, Jones County. He moved to Texas from Tennessee. He was a Methodist. Survivors include his wife; a son, Rex Harlan of Fort Worth, and a sister, Mrs. Anna Mae Hamblett of Dallas. Burial: Rose Hill Cemetery, Fort Worth.
Son: Hunter Rexroate Harlan, born 20 August 1915, died 11 March 1967, Fort Worth, buried Shannon Rose Hill Memorial Park, Fort Worth, Tarrant County, Texas.
489. iii. Anna May Harlan, born 20 January 1887, Greene County, Alabama, married circa 1910, Jones County, Texas, to Haywood Hamblett, born 1 January 1887, Water Valley, Yalobusha County, Mississippi, died 22 May 1958, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas, buried Restland Cemetery, Dallas. Haywood was the son of George Washington Hamblett and Cora Lee Higginbotham.
Haywood and Anna M. Hamblett lived in Stamford, Jones County, Texas, in 1910. He was a retail grocery merchant. Haywood Hamblett was vice president of Stamford Oil Company in 1913.
Dallas Morning News, 23 May 1958: Haywood Hamblett, 5440 Goodwin, retired Dallas grocer, died Thursday in his home after a long illness. A Dallas resident since 1932, Hamblett was associated with Economy Food Stores before retiring in 1950. He was a former resident of Stamford, Jones County, Texas, and Rogers, Arkansas. He was a member of the Methodist church. Survivors, all from Dallas, are his wife, three daughters: Mrs. Annette Branson, Mrs. Allene Justus, and Mrs. Doris Foster, a son, Jack Hamblett, and three sisters, Mrs. Blanche Cox, Mrs. Lucy Cole, and Mrs. Claire Hightower. Burial was in Restland Cemetery.