McCulloch County, Texas

Archived Queries for June thru September 1997

These are the old queries, before the GenConnect boards were used.
Since these are old email addresses, there are no guarantees that the email addresses still work... but it can't hurt to try.

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FULLEN, WINDHAM posted by Jeat Bullock on Monday, June 9, 1997
My mother, Ida Pearl WINDHAM b. Jan 7 1902, McCulloch County Tx. Delayed birth records states she was born at Brady Texas. She was daughter of Henry Albert and Frances Elizabeth (AKA Lizzie) (FULLEN) WINDHAM. Frances Elizabeth d. Jan 19, 1902 and buried McCulloch County Tx. Unable to locate cemetery or any information where she was buried. I will greatly appreciate any assist this matter. I live Tulare California, a small town with very limited research facilities. Thank you.
PORCH, VINEYARD posted by Terry Jenkins on Saturday, July 5, 1997
Looking to correspond with any descendants of William and Georgia PORCH VINEYARD. William and Georgia were born in Tallapoosa Co., Ala. and moved to Texas around 1885. They settled in McCullough Co. They are buried in Pear Valley. Any info on them will be appreciated.
WHITESIDE posted by Kenneth Bonnet on Sunday, July 6, 1997
William WHITESIDE brought family from North Carolina to Voca Oldest son Jonathan Lewis Whiteside married Mary (mollie) Mclerran, became sheriff in Voca area, resisted the San Saba Gang. Finally many family with Whitesides left Voca for Oregon Trail in late 1890s and wrote a chronicle back to Voca newspaper every Thursday. Is there any document about the chronicles, any authoritative material on SanSaba Gang?
HAYNES, RAINES, RAY, SCOTT posted by Jeannie Scott McCaleb on Wednesday, August 6, 1997
Looking for family of James Alex SCOTT, his daughter Lula Haynes..my greatgrandfather James Alex SCOTT..died at his daughters Lula HAYNES house March 25th 1915...his remains were shipped back to Roff Okla...it is reported that he may have lived in the area..and was either a U.S,. Marshall. or a Texas Ranger...he was married to Rebekah Matilda Cox they had 8 children..Walter, Claud, Clint Jeff...May Scott RAY, Mrs. Nannie RAINES(who may have also lived in the area, but died one month eairler)and one other that is said to have died earlier..if anyone has any info I would love to hear from you...thanks ahead of time... 
CHAMBERLAIN, SPILLER posted by Patsy Allen on Sunday, August 17, 1997
Ima SPILLER, A.W. CHAMBERLAIN these names are there birth names ima is my grandmother and aw is my father. it has been said my grandmother ima was of some indian backgrouund camachac i believe, how would i research this?
BONNER, CHRISTIAN posted by Leonard F. Raab on Monday, August 18, 1997
Any info on siblings,parents and ancestry fro Cahrles Chastain BONNER found in 1900 Census for McCullock Co, Texas with wife Eugenia "Zudie" CHRISTIAN. He had earlier married her sister Harriet who had died. He had 7 sisters only names known are Polly, Teddy and Lucy and a brother Dempsey, nicknam "Demps." Father probably nickname "Wash" BONNER. Any info desired. Have considerable info on my CHRISTIAN family.
BROWN, GARDNER, SMITH posted by Bea Anderson on Friday, August 22, 1997
Searching for descendants of Jerry Files BROWN, Sr. (b. 1884, Sterling Co., TX, d. 9 Oct 1948, McCulloch Co., TX). He was the s/o B. F. and Sallie (SMITH) BROWN of Sterling Co., TX. Jerry married Nancy Ellen GARDNER, (b. 14 Jun 1885, Greene Co., AR). They had sons Rule Files BROWN, (b. 25 Oct 1909, d. 7 Feb 1966), Leland Gardner BROWN, (b. ca 1912, d. 14 Nov 1970, Dallas Co., TX (?)) and Jerry Files BROWN, Jr., (b. ca 1914, d. 4 Sep 1962, Bell Co., TX, bur. Coke Co., TX) All of the sons are now deceased. Spouses and offspring unknown. Really would like to know spouses names and offspring and if there are any of them still located in Sterling Co. or other mentioned counties (Tom Green, Dallas, Bel, McCullochl or Coke Counties). Appreciate any info. regarding this old Sterling County family. Have copy of family history from "Milling Around Sterling County - A History of Sterling County".
ROZELL, WELDON posted by Gloria Leslie on Tuesday, September 2, 1997
WELDON, William Riley William Riley Weldon lived in Parker County in 1872. I am looking for information on an Comanche Indian raid that took place Octber 15, 1872. Twentyseven horses were stolen from Mr. WELDON. At the same time, a neighbor John S. ROZELL had 2 cousins killed by the Indians. Mr. Rozell lived 4 miles away in Hood County, Texas. Mr. Welldon wife was named Mary J. Weldon. Madien name was Hunsecker. GLeslie376@aol.com
BONNER posted by Leonard F. Raab on Wednesday, September 10, 1997
Due to big crash my @eathlink address is no longer valid. am looking for ancestry of Charles Chastain BONNER, born 1867, was in 1900 US Census for McColloch County. I have names of wife 1 and 2, both surname Chritian. He had 7 sisters, known are Teddy, Polly and Lucy; also a brother Dempsey "Demps". His father was "Wash" Bonner. C.C. Bonner came to California abt 1906. Any Texas and pre-Texas info wanted.
BONNER, CHRISTIAN, EUGENIA posted by Leonard F. Raab on Tuesday, September 16, 1997
BONNER, Charles Chastain born 1867 married Harriet CHRISTIAN and following her death married he sister EUGENIA "Zudie" CHRISTIAN. Both found in 1900 census for McColloch County. Removed to California sometime after. He had seven sister, names known are Polly, Lucy and Teddy; a brother Dempsey "Demps"; fther known as "Wash" Bonner which may be his true first name. Have all info on wife's family and their family after moving to California. Any and all additional info and ancestry wanted.
BELL, FREE posted by Melody Poole on Saturday, September 20, 1997
I am looking for any information on Charlie McKay BELL and wife Fannie FREE or their decendants. Charlie & Fannie were both buried in McCulloch County after living there on their farm for many years. Charlie b. 12-29-1861 in N.C. had a brother named James Erastus BELL who had quite a head for business. Charlie came to Texas first. He then sent $10.00? enabeling James to move to Texas also. They both married women named Fannie. They had 4 sisters: Nan,Maggie,Ann, & Mary BELL.I would love to exchange info and photos. Thanks Much ~
DAVIS posted by Merrell E. Davis on Sunday, September 21, 1997
Looking for information on my great uncle John E. DAVIS(born 1861 in Lamar County near Pecos, TX, died when his home burned down December 12, 1947). He and his daughter (name unknown) who was killed in a car accident are buried in Voca, TX. John was know as "Wild Jones" in Voca due to his antics and a old car with an exhaust whistle. His close friend was Herman Lehman(sp?) who had been captured as a boy and lived with the indians for 6 years. John had a sister named Belle who was a Nazarene preacher. Mr. Wayne Spiller told me by phone that John was in a book titled "Ghost Towns of Texas Characters" and that he may have a picture of John with several other cowboys who had just returned from a cattle drive on the Chisholm Trail. My great grand-father was John's father by a first marriage to a Ms. Holcomb. John's father was Edward Davis, a confederate soldier under general Sibley.
BRANTLEY, COKER, FULCHER, GRAY, MARTIN, WOOD, YOAKUM posted by Jo Ann F. Hatch on Monday, September 22, 1997
William W. MARTIN and his wife Nancy YOAKUM first appear in the 1870 census of Mason county. Where they lived before this is unknown, but William W. MARTIN was born abt 1830 in Illinois and Nancy YOAKUM,(who was probably married lst to ______COKER,) was born about 1821-23 in Missouri. William died about 1882 and Nancy about 1892, both in Mason Co...William W. MARTIN homesteaded 160 acres in Mason co. in 1874. Their children were Matilda Jane MARTIN who md. Thomas Hennessey, C.Neally MARTIN,b. abt 1857, md.Belle_______. Susan Martin, b. abt 1855, md. Samuel WOOD, John Martin, b. abt 1864 and Henry Martin, died at three years of age. Other names that were somehow related to the MARTINs or YOAKUMs, were FULCHER, GRAY, COKER, and BRANTLEY. Any information on the MARTINs or YOAKUMs would be appreciated. Where in Mason Co. are they buried? Maybe Katemacy?
BURLESON, EDENS, ROBINSON, WALTON, WINSLETT posted by LaHonda Jo Morgan on Monday, September 22, 1997
Seek information about my grandmother and great-grandmother, both of whom lived and died in McCulloch Co. My grandmother Floyd Ellie WINSLETT b 1888 in Kimble Co TX; mar 1st Thomas WALTON 1904 in Kimble Co; divorced and mar 2nd John ROBINSON about 1916 in McCulloch Co. She died 1922 and is bur Cox Cem, Mercury TX. She was John's second wife. My great-grandmother Sonora Josephine EDENS, b 1862 Hood Co TX, m 1880 Hood Co TX to Thomas WALTON; divorced and mar 2nd Rev William Price BURLESON in McCulloch Co after 1920. She died 1929 and is bur Cox Cem, Mercury TX. She was William's second wife. Also, there is a Hugh Baker EDENS Jr bur in the Cox Cem. Is he related to Sonora Josephine EDENS WINSLETT BURLESON?

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