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Re: Evans Family-Wichita Falls Texas Area

Posted: 19 Jan 2013 6:46AM GMT
Classification: Query

F. Y. I.

1930 - 1940 Wichita Co TX
head Ellis Lee Gatewood Texas 09 Oct 1896 - 26 Oct 1940 Vernon, Wilbarger Co, after the 1940 census, buried Burkburnett lived in Thrift, Wichita Co was an oil field worker died suddenly from fractured skull, accident on "highway"
wife Tressie Jewel THOMPSON Gatewood Oklahoma 1906 married 12 June 1923 Wichita Co TX
daughter Veda Lois Gatewood Oklahoma 1928 married Fred Knox Campbell Jr
daughter Wanda Lee Gatewood Texas 1931 married Denzil Nolan Pearce
son Ellis Leonard Gatewood Wichita Co 02 Feb 1936 married Barbara Ruth Martin; Donald Lee 13 Dec 56 - 07 May 1967 Dallas, buried Crestview Cem; Gary Lynn Gatewood 19 Sept 1958 Wichita Co and Patti Lou 15 Dec 1960
daughter Wilma Gatewood Texas 1940
niece Evelyn Hatfield F 21 Oklahoma 1919

name: Tressie Jewel Wright
death date: 05 Feb 1956
death place: Baylor Hosp, Dallas, Dallas, Texas benign brain tumor
gender: Female
race: White
death age: 49 years 4 months 20 days
estimated birth date:
birth date: 15 Sep 1906
birthplace: Oklahoma
marital status: Married
spouse's name:
father's name: David W. Thompson
father's birthplace: Okla.
mother's name: Hoblyee Scoggins
mother's birthplace: Texas
occupation: Housewife
place of residence: 1010 Bridge St, Wichita Falls, Wichita, Texas
cemetery: unknown in Wichita Falls, E L Wright informant
burial place: Wichita Falls, Texas
burial date: 05 Feb 1956
additional relatives: X
film number: 2114627
digital film number: 4165506
image number: 2445
reference number: 6471

I DO NOT THINK THIS IS YOUR DAVID W THOMPSON
1880; Census Place: Precinct 7, Lamar, Texas; Roll: 1314; Family History Film: 1255314; Page: 284A; Enumeration District: 131; .
Robert Mack Thompson 33 TN 1847 married E K Oliver 27 Feb 1869 Red River Co TX
Emily Kezziah OLIVER Thompson 36 TN 1844
son William Thompson 15 TX 1865
son Efford Oliver Thompson 24 Mar 1874 - 13 Mar Deport, Lamar Co TX
son David W. Thompson 5 TX 1875
dtr Sue J. Thompson 3 TX 1877

1900 Lamar Co TX
head M Thompson M 50 Tennessee Feb 1850
wife Emley Thompson F 56 Tennessee Sept 1844 bore 5 children 3 living
daughter Ida S Thompson F 12 Texas Aug 1888 married Henry R Webb b. TN abt 1877

http://www.lamarcountytx.org/cemetery/Search.cfm
Thompson, Efford Oliver 224825
Birth: 03/24/1874 Death: 03/13/1953 Marriage:
Cemetery: Highland (6 CTR MID EAST)

THE DETROIT NEWS-HERALD, 19 Mar 1953 from microfilm in Clarksville Library: 'E. O. Thompson, veteran Deport druggist, died last Friday at 10:30 p.m. at his home there. Mr. Thompson, born near Deport March 24, 1870, had been in the drug business there more than 60 years until his retirement recently on account of his health. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon. Survivors include a son, Dr. F. Fagan Thompson, pastor of the Norwood Methodist Church in Birmingham, Ala.; two daughters, Mrs. Edna Earle Prichard, Keyport, Wash., and Mrs. Irene Massey Webb, Tyler; a sister, Mrs. Henry Webb, Deport; a brother, the Rev. Wesley Thompson, Venus and 5 grandchildren. Buried near Lelia M. Thompson.

Thompson, Emily Oliver 224826
Birth: 09/07/1844 Death: 05/17/1934 Marriage: 08/27/1869
Cemetery: Highland (6 CTR MID EAST)
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THE DETROIT NEWS-HERALD, 24 May 1934 from microfilm in Clarksville Library: 'Mrs. R. M. Thompson, 89 years old, died Thursday morning last at her home in Deport. She is survived by 3 children, E. O. Thompson and Mrs. Henry Webb of Deport and Rev. W. D. Thompson of Oklahoma City, besides 2 sisters, Mrs. James Moore of Clarksville and Mrs. Della Morris of Ben Franklin.
Double marker with R. M. Thompson. Near H. L. Gray and James M. Vickers. There is a second marker for Emily Oliver Thompson beside the double marker.

Thompson, R. M. 204316
Birth: 01/02/1848 Death: 11/12/1909 Marriage: 08/27/1869
Cemetery: Highland (6 CTR MID EAST)
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THE PARIS MORNING NEWS, Saturday, November 13, 1909: 'SUDDEN DEATH OF PIONEER - R. M. Thompson of Deport Calls for Children and Expires - R. M. Thompson, a Lamar County pioneer and a long time resident of Deport, familiarly known as 'Uncle Mack,' died very suddenly at his home in that town yesterday morning about 8 o'clock. Mr. Thompson had been in poor health for about a year, but his death was not expected so soon. He told Mrs. Thompson after breakfast yesterday morning to call his children, and falling over on the bed, expired without speaking another word. It was only a few minutes from the time that he made the request for his children to be called until he breathed his last. 'Uncle Mack' came to Lamar county in 1869, forty years ago. He was sixt-two years of age. His children are D. O. Thompson, a business man of Deport; Walter B. Thompson of McKinney, and Mrs. Henry Webb, who lives near Deport. Colonel Dee Thompson of this city is a cousin of deceased and left yesterday afternoon for Deport to attend the funeral. The funeral of the old pioneer will be held this morning at 10 o'clock. Pastor Joyner of the Presbyterian church at Deport will conduct the services at his church, of which Mr. Thompson was a member, and the Deport I.O.O.F. lodge, to which deceased belonged, will conduct that order's ritual at the grave.'

name: Wesley D Thompson
titles & terms:
event: Census
event date: 1900
event place: ED 34 Justice Precinct 1 Cooper city, Delta, Texas, United States
birth date: Dec 1875
birthplace: Texas
relationship to head of household: Boarder
father's birthplace: Tennessee
mother's birthplace: Tennessee
race or color (standardized): White
gender: Male
marital status: Single
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