Longley, McCampbell Longley, William Preston Parsons, Albert Peebles, Mary Ann Potter, Robert Price, Lucie Clift Smith Erastus Deaf Austin's Colony Courthouses Crime and criminals Land grants Law enforcement Muster rolls Prisons, pardons, and paroles U. S. Army. Cavalry. Second Regiment Government buildings Lee County Courthouse (Giddings) Longley, William Preston, historical marker (Giddings)">
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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Notes

Scope and Contents

Arrangement

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

William Preston Longley Material

Price, Dunn, and Clift Family Material

University of Texas, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History

A Guide to the Lucie Clift Price Papers, 1838-1983



Descriptive Summary

Creator Price, Lucie Clift, 1900-1983
Title: Lucie Clift Price Papers,
Dates: 1838-1983
Abstract: Papers of genealogist Price (1900-1983) consist of two main groups: research materials related to Texas outlaw, William Preston Longley. (1851-1878), and those related to Price's genealogical research of the Price, Dunn, and Clift families. Longley materials include correspondence, printed materials, muster rolls, research notes, biographical materials about his father McCampbell Longley (1816-1907), and genealogical materials on Longley's descendants in the Longley-Shaw family. Additional materials relate to Alexander Calvit, John Salmon "Rip" Ford, Mary Ann Peebles, Albert Parsons, Erastus "Deaf" Smith, and Robert Potter. Genealogical files include correspondence, printed materials, research notes, and photographs.
Extent: 13 ft., 7 in.; manuscript, typescript, printed, photographic
Language: Materials are in English
Repository Dolph Briscoe Center for American HistoryThe University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Notes

Lucie Clift Price: Lucie Clift Price was born in Davis, Oklahoma (then Indian Territory) on 27 August 1900, the elder child of William Henry Clift (1871-1935) and Ellen Dunn Clift (1876-1907). Both parents had originally been teachers, and had met in 1895 in Pottsboro, Texas, where Will Clift had been principal and Maggie Dunn taught elocution at the local school. The story of their romance is documented in a series of letters exchanged in 1896 and 1897 which were published by their daughter as Monuments of the Past: Letters of Maggie Dunn and William Henry Clift (Austin: Privately printed, 1976).

Not long after their marriage in 1897 both parents discontinued teaching and moved to Oklahoma, where Will Clift began a career in business. A second child, Charles Henry Clift (1903-1977) was born near Hastings, Oklahoma. After the death of Maggie Clift at Hastings in 1907, Lucie Clift lived with her maternal grandparents in Austin, Texas, where she graduated from high school. After attending a girl's finishing school, Martha Washington College, in Abingdon, Virginia, Lucie Clift returned to Austin for two years at the University of Texas before transferring to the University of Missouri at Columbia, where she received a B.A. degree in 1922.

On 2 June 1923, Lucie Clift married Pinckney Bryan Price (1898-1965), a highway engineer, in Sulphur Springs, Texas. They lived in Bonham and in other towns to which his business took him. They had three children: Pinckney Clift Price, born in 1924 in Bonham, Texas; William Henry Price, born at Paris, Texas in 1927; and Nancy Ellen Price, born in 1930 at Fort Smith, Arkansas.

In 1940, Lucie and Pinckney Price were divorced (they remarried in 1963) and she began a more than twenty-year period of employment in state government in Austin. Except for a brief period after her remarriage to Pinckney Price, when they lived in Little Rock, Arkansas, Lucie Price lived in Austin until her death there on 9 September 1983. In 1945, the first of Lucie Price's children married; in the decade that followed, her two other children married, and the first four of her ten grandchildren were born. It was perhaps not coincidental that her interest in family ancestry intensified at this time and that she had somewhat more leisure to pursue that interest. What began as an interest became a full-fledged occupation.

In the course of investigating her own family's ancestry, Lucie Price developed very considerable skills as a genealogical researcher, becoming an historian as well as a genealogist in the process. This development is well documented in her family genealogical papers. Lucie Price's genealogical interests extended well beyond her own ancestry. In the decades following her initial genealogical researches, she became an active, well-known, as well as out-spoken, figure involved in many genealogical interests and causes. She corresponded with hundreds of persons in almost every state and was active in a variety of genealogical projects, compiling for instance Travis County, Texas Marriage Records 1840-1882 (Austin: Privately printed, 1973) and assembling research materials on Bill Longley, an early Texas desperado. Neither the book on Travis County marriages nor the Longley research materials are included in this collection, though the Longley materials are also held by the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History. The Lucie Price Genealogical Papers comprise only the research materials she assembled in tracing her own family's ancestry through three primary family lines: Clift (her father), Dunn (her mother), and Price (her husband). She produced a book on a Dunn family line: Ballinger: Richard, Joseph, John Logan of Virginia, Kentucky, Texas (Austin: Privately printed, ca. 1970). A book on the Price family, Price Family Recollections, incomplete at the time of her death, is being posthumously published by her family.

William Preston Longley: William Preston Longley, the outlaw known as "Wild Bill" Longley, was born in Texas on October 6, 1851. He murdered 32 individuals and committed other crimes in five Texas counties as well as in Cheyenne, Wyoming Territory. He was hanged in Giddings, Texas, on October 11, 1878, on a murder charge after escaping death in an earlier hanging attempt.

Lucie Price expresses gratitude to Deolece Parmalee for help in collecting the Longley materials.

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Scope and Contents

Lucie Clift Price Genealogical Papers:The family genealogical papers of Lucie Clift Price (1900-1983), Texas genealogist, trace the ancestry of her father William Henry Clift, her mother Maggie Ellen Dunn, and her husband Pinckney Bryan Price. The collection consists primarily of correspondence and research materials created, generated, or assembled by Mrs. Price from the early 1950s until shortly before her death in 1983. The papers document the history of Lucie Price's family lines from their early settlement in America in the late 17th and 18th centuries in the mid-Atlantic and southern colonies and states through their 19th century emigration to Texas. The bulk of the papers in the collection concern family lines in the southern states in the late 18th and early 19th centuries and in Texas and Oklahoma from the mid- and late 19th century to the early 20th century. Lucie Price wrote or compiled three books dealing with her family (one published posthumously) and contributed to another (The James McMurry Dunn Family). Copies of the books are included in this collection in part because, since these papers incorporate her research materials for the books, the books themselves are extremely useful as a guide to the scope and content of the papers. Although perhaps primarily of genealogical interest, the Price papers have other research value, as well. The papers are rich in materials--both correspondence and documentary--which reveal cultural and social patterns of life typical of their place, period, and class and should have some interest for the historian or sociologist. Of specialized historical interest are materials relating to Joseph "Devil Joe" Ballinger of Kentucky, and his activities in the late 18th and early 19th centuries in association with Gen. James Wilkinson, who was tried for treason in 1811, and Zebulon M. Pike, leader of the Pike Expedition of 1805 and 1806-1807. Other areas of potential research interest are materials relating to southern and western migration patterns typical of most Anglo settlers in 19th-century Texas, and late 19th and early 20th century life in small-town Texas and Oklahoma. In addition, the Price papers offer a well-documented example of the growth and development of genealogical research in the third quarter of the 20th century; their value as a case study in genealogical methodology may ultimately prove to be considerable. Lucie Price was hired in 1972 by Englishman Richard A. A. Brownson of the English Westerners' Society to conduct background research for a book he wanted to write on the life of William P. Longley. The Lucie Clift Price papers were accumulated by Mrs. Price while she researched William Preston Longley and his family. The actual papers were collected from 1972 to 1982, but included among them are photocopies of materials which date from 1838 to 1976. Collection dates reflect only original material.

The correspondence primarily consists of letters between Brownson and Mrs. Price. Also included are letters to and from Mrs. Price and the Longley family, particularly Mrs. Dorothye Knight, Mrs. Susan Metcalf, and Mrs. Janneyne Longley Gnacinski. The Longely family continued their correspondence after Mr. Brownson terminated his, never having written his book on Longley.

There are also letters between Mrs. Price and the research institutions. Correspondence is arranged chronologically except that of the Longley relatives which is alphabetized first by name and then ordered by chronology.

The research materials collected by Mrs. Price are divided into three categories: William Preston Longley, McCampbell Longley (William Longley's father), and the Longley-Shaw family genealogical materials.

William Preston Longley: The William Preston Longley materials consist of manuscript notes written by Mrs. Price and photocopies of materials originally from the years 1868-1878. Many are longhand transcriptions of letters Longley wrote while in the Giddings jail during 1877-1878. Other notes are about newspaper articles and biographical information. A notebook contains genealogical data on the Longley-Shaw relatives, 1850-1906. Adventures of Bill Longley is a complete photocopy of the work by Henry Fuller written sometime in the 1920s. Other printed materials on Longley are primarily photocopied newspaper and magazine clippings. The trial records included in the papers are about Longley's desertion from the 2nd U.S. Cavalry, Company B in 1873. The McCampbell Longley research materials include Longley's land grant and obituary.

The genealogical material concerns the Longley and Shaw families and consists of photocopies of the census rolls, clippings, and notes.

A family-produced magazine (vol. 1 #1-vol. 2 #4, 1972-1973) "Ancestral Longley Family Tapestry" presents biographical and genealogical data on the descendants of McCampbell Longley taken from census rolls, gravestones, and vital statistics.

Mrs. Price helped arrange for a historical grave marker on Longley's grave, and included in the collection is the documentation used for the epitaph. The majority of the photographs included document the historical marker dedication ceremony and the Giddings courthouse where Longley spent the last two years of his life.

Research materials also include typescript notes concerning Alexander Calvit's land grant in San Felipe de Austin in 1824 and biographical data on John Salmon "Rip" Ford. Also included are photocopies of printed material about settlers in Knox County, Ohio.

Oversized materials include the McCampbell deeds and land grants, U.S. Cavalry 2nd Regiment, Company B, muster rolls, 1870 and 1872 (photocopies of originals found at National Archives), as well as newspaper clippings from the Giddings Times containing articles about William Longley and a clipping from an unidentified Hempstead, Texas, newspaper about the death of Mary Ann Peebles in 1862.

Collection also contains notes and correspondence related to additional research projects concerning Chicago Haymarket anarchist Albert Parsons, Robert Potter, and Erastus "Deaf" Smith. Of special note is a letter to Price from Price Daniel regarding the origin of his name.

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Arrangement

The Lucie Clift Price Genealogical Papers document her family history in America from the late 17th century (in some lines) through the early 20th century, that is, through the lifetimes of her parents and her husband's parents and their siblings. The bulk of the materials covers the 18th and 19th centuries. Lucie Price separated her own genealogical materials into three discrete sub-groups, according to family group: (1) Clift, (2) Dunn, and (3) Price.
Although these basic subdivisions have been retained in arranging her papers, the arrangement of the smaller units of the papers within the three family sub-groups has been substantially altered or modified in order to impose uniformity and to facilitate access for researchers who do not have the intimate knowledge of the papers that their creator possessed. Lucie Price's system or organization reflected her own (changing) needs; she grouped materials variously by type, period, individual ancestor or ancestral line, geographic location and so forth. The materials of each family group are now arranged into two series, a correspondence series and a research materials series. These two series reflect the two principal methods by which Lucie Price gathered information, and while some overlapping is inevitable, this separation of form and function provides a straightforward and consistent ordering of a diverse mass of materials.
Correspondence provided Lucie Price with one of her basic research tools. From the early 1950s until her death in 1983 she corresponded widely, and sometimes voluminously, with immediate family members (especially of her parents' and her husband's parents' generation), with individuals sharing an interest in a family name or line, with professional genealogists and researchers, with archivists and librarians, with researchers and historians whose work touched on some facet or individual of personal genealogical interest, and with records centers of one kind or another throughout the country. Many of these files constitute true correspondence and contain drafts or copies of her letters as well as the replies she received; other files in this series contain only letters to (or in a few cases, from) Lucie Price.
Virtually all files in the correspondence series are arranged alphabetically by correspondent and chronologically, front to back, within each file, with undated correspondence and miscellaneous associated materials at the end. Full names, including maiden names and alternate forms of names, have been provided when possible, with the thought that patterns of family names would be more readily apparent. Place of residence has been provided for further identification and because location, coupled with family name, is frequently an indication of the subject nature of the correspondence. An exception to the foregoing is the arrangement by geographic location of correspondence that is of an institutional, rather than a personal nature, for example requests to archives or county clerks for copies of records. These are interfiled alphabetically with personal correspondence, under location (i.e. state), with an alphabetical arrangement within each location file according to city or county, depending upon jurisdiction.
While the correspondence files are normally restricted to letters--handwritten or typed, original, carbon or photocopy--other non-correspondence materials, such as copies of documents, clippings, or photographs, are included if they were left attached to the letters by Lucie Price. The inclusion of biographical materials pertaining to individual correspondents--announcements of births and weddings, obituaries, letters of condolence--also reflect Lucie Price's filing practices. Correspondence not in the correspondence series includes copies of family letters from earlier generations than Lucie Price's own; these are filed with the appropriate family member or family line in the research material series.
The second series within each family group is distinguishable not only because of its non-correspondence nature, but because, unlike the correspondence, it is not unique. This group of materials has been organized into a broad research materials series, and generally includes (1) photocopies and transcripts of documents, most often obtained from public depositories, (2) photocopies of printed books, either entire or in part, and (3) miscellaneous notes, usually by Lucie Price and derived from her correspondence, reading, or actual research. Also included in this series are photocopies of early family correspondence, clippings and photographs not kept with correspondence, and typescripts of drafts for her published books on her family along with the books themselves.
The documents, almost entirely photocopies and transcripts, are of the following types: birth, marriage, and death records; deeds, mortgages, and indentures; bonds; wills, estate inventories, and settlements; and pension, bounty land, and military records. Photocopies of or from most instances it is presumed that Lucie Price did not own or have ready access to the book or pamphlet. (Lucie Price's own genealogical library is not included with this collection.)
Miscellaneous notes include family group sheets and individual family histories; materials from family Bibles; copies of family ancestry filed with applications for DAR membership; census notes; and, the largest bulk of materials in the notes category, the various miscellaneous handwritten notes comprising the raw materials from which Lucie Price derived her books, family narratives, and ancestral charts.
Individual descriptions of each of the three family lines, with additional particulars of the materials within that family group, follow below.
Clift Family: The Clift family sub-group traces the ancestry of Lucie Price's father, William Henry Clift (b. 1871, Layfayette County, Arkansas--d. 1835, Kansas City, Missouri), son of Henry Harrison Clift (1837-1913) and Nancy Ann Delila Pipkin Clift (1839-1903), and includes information on the following family lines: Beasley, Clift, Moore(s) [a family line which also appears in the Price family ancestry], Norwood, and Pipkin. Most of the materials deal with the Clift and Pipkin lines and focus on Maryland, Tennessee, North Carolina, Arkansas, Alabama, and Georgia. Included in this sub-group is a copy of Lucie Clift Price's Monuments of the Past: Letters of Maggie Dunn and William Henry Clift (Austin: Privately printed, 1976).
Correspondence series: Included in this series are letters to and from more than 260 correspondents. It occupies approximately 2 1/4 linear feet. The most voluminous correspondence is with Lossie Morgan Clift Shumate, Lucie Price's paternal aunt. Other voluminous correspondence includes that with Lucie Price's brother, Charles Henry Clift, Marilyn Agnes, Harrell Zumwalt, Captain Arthur Clifton Bushey, Jr., and Colonel William Philip Pipkin.
Research material series: The files in this series occupy approximately 1 1/4 linear feet and are arranged by record type within family line. Included is a 20-year run of the Pipkin Family Association Newsletter (1963-1983).
Dunn Family: The Dunn family sub-group traces the ancestry of Lucie Price's mother, Maggie Ellen Dunn (b. 1876, Dennison, Texas--d. 1907, Hastings, Oklahoma), daughter of James McMurry Dunn (1850-1928) and Mary Lucretia (Lucy) Ballinger Dunn (1850-1917). It includes information on the following family lines: Ballinger, Dunn, Hocker, Jennings, Logan, and Paxton, and focuses on New Jersey, Virginia, Maryland, Kentucky, and Texas. Most of the materials deal with the Ballinger line, with the Logan and Paxton lines next in quantity; this material formed the basis of Lucie Clift Price's Ballinger: Richard, Joseph, John Logan of Virginia, Kentucky, Texas (Austin: Privately printed, ca 1970).
Correspondence series: Included in this series are letters to and from more than 165 correspondents. It occupies approximately 1 3/4 linear feet. The most voluminous correspondence is with William Edward Dunn, Lucie Price's maternal uncle and author of The James McMurry Dunn Family of Texas and Kentucky: The Migration of Their Ancestors from County Derry, Northern Ireland to Pennsylvania Thence to the Province of Maryland, and Their Futher Migration to Kentucky and Texas (Washington, D.C.: Privately printed, 1960), a copy of which is included here. Other voluminous exchanges of letters are with Zelma McMurtry, Colonel Buhl Moore, and Marie Robinson.
Research material series: The files in this series occupy approximately 1 1/5 linear feet and are arranged by record type within family lines. The bulk of these materials concern the Ballinger line, with emphasis on Joseph ("Devis Joe") Ballinger and his brother, John.
Price Family: The Price family sub-group traces the ancestry of Lucie Price's husband, Pinckney Bryan Price (b. 1898, Honey Grove, Texas--d.1965, Little Rock, Arkansas), son of Pinckney Moore Price (1856-1939) and Sara Jane Bryan Price (1863-1960) and includes information on the following family lines: Bryan, Jarman, Chiles, Meriwether, Moore(s) [a family line which also appears in the Clift family ancestry], and Price. Most of the materials deal with the Price line, with the Bryan and Jarman lines next in quantity. The bulk of the material on the Price family dates from the 19th century and focuses on Virginia, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama, Texas, and California. These materials form the basis of a family history, Price Family Recollections, by Lucie Clift Price, published posthumously by her family in 1984, and included in this subgroup.
Correspondence series: Included in this series are letters to and from more than 255 correspondents and occupies approximately 2 linear feet. The most voluminous correspondence is with Josephine Martha Frost Spencer. Other voluminous correspondence includes that with Dr. Earl Provine Price, Jr., Robert Daniel Hembree, Janie Price, and Leora J. Bishop.
Research material series: The files in this series occupy approximately 2 1/2 linear feet and are arranged by record type within family line.
I. Research materials related to William Preston Longley [7 1/2 in.]
II. Genealogical research of the Price, Dunn, and Clift families [13 ft.]
  • A. Clift family
  • B. Dunn family
  • C. Price family

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Index Terms

Subjects (Persons)
Calvit, Alexander
Clift Family
Dunn Family
Ford, John Salmon "Rip"
Longley, McCampbell
Longley, William Preston
Parsons, Albert
Peebles, Mary Ann
Potter, Robert
Price Family
Price, Lucie Clift
Smith Erastus Deaf.
Places
Galveston
Giddings
San Felipe de Austin, Texas
Cheyenne City
Wyoming Territory.
Subjects
Austin's Colony
Courthouses
Crime and criminals
Land grants
Law enforcement
Muster rolls
Prisons, pardons, and paroles
U. S. Army. Cavalry. Second Regiment.
Photograph subjects:
Courthouses
Giddings, Texas
Government buildings
Knight, Dorothye, Family
Lee County Courthouse (Giddings)
Longley, William Preston, historical marker (Giddings).

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Related Material

See also the William Preston Longley Papers at the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, University of Texas at Austin.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Lucie Clift Price Papers, 1838-1983, Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin

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Detailed Description of the Papers

 

William Preston Longley Material

Box
3P38. Correspondence, 1972-1982:
1.
Richard and Shirley Brownson, 1972-1974
2.
Longley relatives, 1972-1981
3.
Research institutions, 1972-1982
Research materials, 1972-1976:
William P. Longley, 1851-1878:
4.
Notes, 1972-1976
5.
Notes, 1972-1976
6.
Notebook, 1972-1974
7.
Longley letters, 1868-1877
Newspaper and magazine clippings, 1877-1931, 1975-1976
Trial records, 1870-1875
8.
Printed material:
Henry C. Fuller, Adventures of Bill Longley [1920s]
McCampbell Longley, 1854-1907:
9.
Printed materials, notes, legal records, 1838-1907
Box
3P39. Research materials, 1972-1981:
1.
Longley-Shaw Family genealogical material, 1850-1974
2.
"Ancestral Longley Family Tapestry," vol. 1 #1-vol. 1 #4 (1972), vol. 2 #1-vol. 2 #4, (1973)
3.
William P. Longley Historical Grave Marker:
Pamphlets, letters, literary productions, 1974-1976
4.
Land grant of Alexander Calvit, 1824
Notes on John Salmon "Rip" Ford, undated
A History of Knox County, Ohio, From 1779 to 1862 Inclusive, by A. Banning Norton (Columbus: Richard Nevins, printer), pp. 276-281, 414-419 1862
5.
Albert Parsons (1973-1981), and Robert Potter (1975)
6.
Erastus "Deaf" Smith (1973-1974), Price Daniel (1974)
Box
3S7. Photographs
Box
3S188. Oversize:
Muster rolls for Company B, 2nd Regiment, U.S. Cavalry under Col. Innis N. Palmer, 1870, 1872
William P. Longley printed materials, 1870-1976
McCampbell Longley legal records, 1838-1881
Newsclipping, "A Tribute to the Memory of Mrs. Mary Ann Peebles," Hempstead, Texas, Saturday, (Unidentified newspaper) January 1878
Box
Map Collection Maps:
Highway Map Lee County, Texas, 1971
Holt's New Map of Wyoming, 1969
Military Reconnaissance in N. W. Wyoming Territory, 1873

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Price, Dunn, and Clift Family Material

Box
3X161 I.
Clift Family Members
1.
Alabama, Miscellaneous correspondence
2.
Arkansas, Miscellaneous correspondence
3.
Abney, Mrs. B. J. Forest, La.
4.
Aldridge, Bona (Mrs. Wm. G. Aldridge); San Jacinto, Calif.
5.
Alexander, Irene (Mrs. W. F. Alexander); Lawrenceburg, Tenn.
6.
Almasy, Sandra (Mrs. Robert Almasy); Rothschild, Wis.
7.
"Ansearchin" News; Memphis, Tenn.
8.
Atkins, Gladys P.; Little Rock, Ark.
9.
Baer, Elizabeth Pipkin; Tulsa, Okla.
10.
Bailey, Margaret M. (Mrs. Russell Bailey, Sr.); Coffeeville, Miss.
11.
Baker, Louise; Fort Worth, Tex.
12.
Barnes, Max M.; Winchester, Tenn.
13.
Beasley, Grady O.; Jasper, Ala.
14.
Beasley, Luther C.; Austin, Ark.
15.
Beasley, Persia; Pheba, Miss.
16.
Bell, Albert D.; Rackland, Ohio
17.
Bell, Mrs. William Van; Hawkinsville, Ga.
18.
Blair, Clara V. (Mrs. Chas. W. Blair); Birmingham, Ala.
19.
Bland, Vera; Houston, Tex.
20.
Boatttenhamer, Ruth Clift (Mrs. C. L. Boattenhamer); Hermleigh, Tex.
21.
Boyens, Joanna W. (Mrs. Georg Boyens); Many, La.
22.
Brown, Nancy (Mrs. John S. Brown); Oklahoma City, Okla.
23.
Buckley, Helen Neely (Mrs. Jos. W. C. Buckley); Houston, Tex.
24.
Burns, Sybil Bush (Mrs. J. Phil Burns) Oklahoma City, Okla.
25.
Bushey, Jr., Arthur Clifton. Baltimore, Md. Apr-June, 1961;
26.
Bushey, Jr., Arthur Clifton. Baltimore, Md. Aug., 1961 - Mar., 1962;
27.
Bushnell, Mary Miles (Mrs. Herbert Bushnell); Chattanooga, Tenn.
28.
Cain, J. B.; Magnolia, Miss.
29.
Callahan, Eleanor (Mrs. J. Nolan Callahan); Baltimore, Md.
30.
Callihan, Alton Wm. & Merle Mohle; Lockhart, Tx.
31.
Callihan, C. F.; West Plains, Mo.
32.
Callihan, Willie Garrett; San Marcos, Tex.
33.
Cate, Cloa H. (Mrs. I. B. Cate); Duncan, Okla.
34.
Chandler, Edwina; Millington, Tenn.
35.
Chaney, Jim; Raleigh, N. C.
36.
Clark, Mrs. George E.; Skull Valley, Ariz.
37.
Clift, Charles Allon; Little Rock, Ark.
38.
Clift, Charles Henry, 1948-73
39.
Clift, Charles Henry, 1974-77
40.
Clift, Charles Wier & Goldie Wilson, Harlingen, Tex. 1955-57;
41.
Clift, Charles Wier and Goldie Wilson, Harlingen, Tex. 1958-63;
42.
Clift, Lillian McInnis (Mrs. Chas. Wilson Clift) Kerrville, Tex.
43.
Clift, Charlie; Dyersburg, Tenn.
44.
Clift, Clara; Dallas, Tex.
45.
Clift, Clive H.; Murray, Utah
46.
Clift, Sr., E. N.; Birmingham, Ala.
47.
Clift, G. Glenn; Frankfort, Ky.
48.
Clift, Hubert E.; Houston, Tex.
49.
Clift, Hugh; Lawrenceburg, Tenn.
50.
Clift, Jay Gould, Duncan, Okla. 1955-61;
51.
Bynum, Dorothy Ogden (Mrs. T.W. Bynum, Jr.) Houston, Tex.
52.
Clift, Jay Gould, Duncan, Okla. 1962-1967;
53.
Clift, James; Newbern, Tenn.
54.
Clift, John; Denison, Tex.
55.
Clift, Oliver and Nelle; Waxahachie, Tex.
56.
Clift, Oscar; Waxahachie, Tex.
57.
Clift, Walter F.; Seattle, Wash.
58.
Clift, William Brooks; New York City, N. Y.
59.
Clift, William H.; Birmingham, Ala.
60.
Coddington, John Insley; Bordentown, N. J.
61.
Collier, Flora Hooper; West Plains, Mo.
62.
Conger, Iliff P.; Louisville, Ky.
63.
Cook, Ada Tatom (Mrs. E. Elmer Cook); Stamps, Ark.
64.
Copeland, E. W.; Camden, Ark.
65.
Delamar, Marybelle; Raleigh, N. C.
66.
Delaware; Miscellaneous correspondence
67.
Dickson, Ruth Pipkin (Mrs. Harvey Dickson); Atlanta, Ga.
68.
Dillard, Bob; Reno, Nev.
69.
Dortch, John J.; Goldsboro & Greensboro, N.C.
70.
Ellis, Lorene (Mrs. Jack Ellis); Plainview, Tex.
71.
Embry, Hermione D.; Nashville, Tenn.
72.
Epperson, Mary (Mrs. J. Frank Epperson); Pass Christian, Miss.
73.
Evans, Robert W.; Sweeney, Tex.
74.
Ewing, Katherine W.; Nashville, Tenn.
75.
Farmer, E. Vanoy; Longview, Tex.
76.
Ferrara, Phyllis (Mrs. Joe Ferrara); Forest Grove, Ore.
77.
Finley, Pauline Beatrice Tanner (Mrs. Virgil Lesley Finley, Sr.); Moore, Okla.
78.
Floyd, Ross; Ponca City, Okla.
79.
Forrester, Wilma; Fayetteville, Tenn.
80.
Gandrud, Pauline Jones (Mrs. W. B. Gandrud); Tuscaloosa, Ala.
81.
Garrett, Pauline Pipkin; Waco, Tex.
82.
Gaston, Gladys; Sanger, Calif.
83.
Geisendorff, Mildred; Rosenberg, Tex.
84.
Georgia; Miscellaneous correspondence
85.
Glasscock, Letah R.; Auburndale, Fla.
86.
Granberry, Arlene Thompson; Olton, Tex.
87.
Gray, David N.; Sale Creek, Tenn.
88.
Gray, Seawillow Pipkin (Mrs. J. R. Gray); Thibodeaux, La.
89.
Greathouse, Willis Arlene Wyatt (Mrs. Marvin Henson Greathouse) Sudan, Tex. 1968-69;
90.
Greathouse, Willis Arlene Wyatt (Mrs. Marvin Henson Greathouse) Sudan, Tex. 1970-81;
91.
Greening, Nell Lee (Mrs. J. N. Greening); Bradenton, Fla.
92.
Ham, Tania S.; Jacksonville, Fla.
93.
Hammond, Joseph C.; Roswell, N. M.
94.
Harper, Mr. & Mrs. J. B.; Laurel, Miss.
95.
Harrell, Susan Edna Whaley (Mrs. Rhett David Harrell, Jr.); Tallahassee, Fla.
96.
Harris, Edith West; Decatur, Ala.
97.
Harris, Mary Kathryn; Fort Worth, Tex.
98.
Harris, Norris & Hannah; Baltimore, Md.
99.
Harris, Mrs. Wallace L.; Cochran, Ga.
100.
Hays, Mary Sowell; Houston, Tex.
101.
Haywood, Betty Neely; Nashville, Tenn.
102.
Head, Lillian (Mrs. Finis Head); Eureka, Calif.
103.
Hennings, Ann A. (Mrs. G. L. Hennings); Falls Church, Va.
104.
Hine, Flossie Wilmoth Clifft (Mrs. George Clyde Hine); El Monte, Calif & Anchorage, Ak.
105.
Hoffman, Clara; Boise, Idaho
106.
Hoffman, Patricia (Mrs. Richard D. Hoffman); Spencer, N. Y.
107.
Hoffman, Sr., Charles R.; Raleigh, N. C.
108.
Holt, Connie (Mrs. B. H. Holt); Hamburg, Ark.
109.
Holtzclaw, Cynthia Witt Cliff (Mrs. Robert Lee Holtzclaw); Oklahoma City, Okla.
110.
Hoskins, Marcelle Douglass (Mrs. Glenister Hoskins); Richardson, Tex.
111.
Howell, Sarah Elizabeth Neely (Mrs. Charles B. Howell); Calif. & Tenn.
112.
Hoover, Mattie (Mrs. A. S. Hoover); Stamps. Ark.
113.
Hudson, Audrey Vardaman (Mrs. C, M. Hudson); Vidor, Tex.
114.
Monuments of the Past. Letters of Maggie Dunn and William Clift. Price.
Box
3X162 I.
Clift Family Members
1.
Hughes, Helen Pipkin; San Antonio Tex.
2.
Hughes, Lucile Clift (Mrs. Joe Hughes) Louisville, Ky. 1960-61;
3.
Hughes, Lucile Clift (Mrs. Joe Hughes) Louisville, Ky. 1962-65;
4.
Hurie, Mattie Lea (Mrs. W. L. Hurie); Tallula, Ill.
5.
Lindsey, Mildred Reba Wasson (Mrs. Paul Brazil Lindsey)
6.
Jakes, Paul R.; Phoenix, Ariz.
7.
Jennings, Nancy Moores Watts (Mrs. Arthur Jennings) Texarkana, Tex. 1958-62;
8.
Jennings, Nancy Moores Watts (Mrs. Arthur Jennings) Texarkana, Tex. 1963-68;
9.
Jolley, Frances Wells; Waco, Tex.
10.
Johnson, William Perry; Raleigh, N. C.
11.
Jones, Blair & Dixie Mays; Pell City, Ala.
12.
Kansas; Miscellaneous correspondnece
13.
Kelly, Maud McLure; Montgomery, Ala.
14.
Kentucky; Miscellaneous correspondence
15.
Kennedy, Estelle Pipkin (Mrs. H. E. Kennedy); Beaumont, Tex.
16.
Methodist Publishing House; Nashville, Tenn.
17.
Kerns, Exa; Alhambra, Calif.
18.
King, George Harrison Sanford; Fredericksburg, Va.
19.
Kitchens, Ruby Norwood (Mrs. Walter Lee Kitchens); Port Arthur, Tex.
20.
Kolb, Percy F.; Seattle, Wash.
21.
Koss, Martin Ernest; Burlington, Iowa
22.
Laschinger, Georgia Tucker (Mrs. Russell Howard Laschinger); Gilmer, Tex.
23.
Laws, Lucile; Oklahoma City, Okla.
24.
Lester, Memory A. (Mrs. Robert M. Lester, Sr.); Chapell Hill, N. C.
25.
Light, Lois Harrell; Visalia, Calif.
26.
Likins, Ruth Norwood (Mrs. Geo. Halfin Likins) Abilene, Tex.
27.
Livingston, Claude T.; Belleville, Ala.
28.
Locke, Ruby Davis; Sayre, Okla.
29.
Loëb, Helen H. (Mrs. Stanley E. Loëb) New Orleans, La.
30.
Louisiana; Miscellaneous correspondence
31.
Lyons, Joseph C.; Cayucos, Calif.
32.
McAllister, Jr., James A.; Cambridge, Md.
33.
McBride, Zela Sain (Mrs. Clyde McBride) Pima, Ariz. 1963-68;
34.
McBride, Zela Sain (Mrs. Clyde McBride) Pima, Ariz. 1969-80;
35.
McDougle, Lena Mae (Mrs. A. A. McDougle); San Antonio, Texas
36.
McLure, Lilla; Shreveport, La.
37.
McManus, Mrs. Eugene; Montomery, Ala.
38.
McMillin, Marian (Mrs. J. C. McMillin); Whitewright, Tex.
39.
McMurtry, Mrs. Robert; Lexington, Ky.
40.
McSwain, Betty Ann McCartney (Mrs. Angus Stewart McSwain, Jr.) Waco, Tex. 1977-78
41.
McSwain, Betty Ann McCartney (Mrs. Angus Stewart McSwain, Jr.) Waco, Tex. 1979
42.
McSwain, Eleanor (Mrs. Horace L. McSwain); Macon, Ga.
43.
Manns, Velma Deans (Mrs. M. R. Manns); Odessa, Tex.
44.
Marley, Jess; Ozona, Tex.
45.
Marrs, Vivian (Mrs. Vincent Marrs); Fayetteville, Tenn.
46.
Martin, Lucille (Mrs. Henry M. Martin); Birmingham, Ala.
47.
Maryland; Miscellaneous correspondence
48.
Massachusetts; Miscellaneous correspondence
49.
Mathews, Virginia; Magnolia, Ark.
50.
Mertens, Nova (Mrs. F. C. Mertens); Indianapolis, Ind.
51.
Miller, Barbara Clift (Mrs. Robt. S. C. Miller) Levittown, Pa.
52.
Miller, Betty Gene Cettingham (Mrs. Don Edw. Miller) San Antonio, Tex.
53.
Mississippi; Miscellaneous correspondence
54.
Montgomery, Roma Delilah Clift (Mrs. Jacob Randolph Montgomery); Lawton, Okla.
55.
Moody, Virginia; (Mrs. Milo C. Moody); Spanish Fork, Utah
56.
Moore, Claude H.; Clinton, N. C.
57.
Moores, James C.; Fayetteville, Tenn.
58.
Morgan, Chris B.; Memphis, Tenn.
59.
Morgan, Louise; Alexandria, La.
60.
Morgan, Thurman T.; Wilmington, N.C.
61.
Morris, Mrs. Ray; Stafford, Ariz.
62.
Moseley, Franklin S.; Eutaw, Ala.
63.
Mourning, Katherine Mincy (Mrs. Wm. Richard Mourning); Wilmington, N.C.
64.
North Carolina; Miscellaneous correspondence
65.
Norwood, H. O. (Offie); Greenville, Tex.
66.
Norwood, Juanita; Chidester, Ark.
67.
Norwood, W. H.; Corsicana, Tex.
68.
Nowlin, Lois Rosa; Arkadelphia, Ark.
69.
Obert, Rowene T.; Salt Lake City, Utah
70.
Ogden, Ginevra Andrews (Mrs. Elisha DeKalb Ogden); Houston, Tex.
71.
Oklahoma; Miscellaneous correspondence
72.
Ott, Myrtle A. (Mrs. M. E. Ott, Jr.); Beaumont, Tex.
73.
Parr, Irene Beasley (Mrs. H. H. Parr); Eudora, Ark.
74.
Pearce, Mrs. McCallister; Proctor, Ark.
75.
Pelt, Carrie Pipkin (Mrs. Joseph Samuel Pelt) Fort Worth, Tex. 1955
76.
Pelt, Carrie Pipkin (Mrs. Joseph Samuel Pelt) Fort Worth, Tex. 1956-71
77.
Person, Levin K. & Corrine Cargill; Garland, Ark.
78.
Peterson, Mrs. J. H.; Anderson, Ind.
79.
Phillips, Ethel Clift; Morehead City, N. C. & Sioux City, Iowa
80.
Pier, Mary V.; Mancos & Cortez, Colo. & Payson, Ariz.
81.
Pigg, Areneva Smith (Mrs. Hubert Woodard Pigg); Murfreesboro, Tenn.
82.
Piner, Bessie Sanders (Mrs. H. L. Piner); Sherman, Tex.
83.
Pipkin, Sr., Alan Collins; Bethesda, Md.
84.
Pitkin, Allan Compere; Bel Air, Md.
85.
Pipkin, Ann Graves (Mrs. Gea Cook Pipkin); Trona, Calif.
86.
Pipkin, (Miss) Artres; Dallas, Tex.
87.
Pipkin, Earl Frank; Kansas City, Mo.
88.
Pipkin, E. Edith; Reidsville, N. C.
89.
Pipkin, Floyd H.; Beaumont, Tex.
90.
Pipkin, George Homer; Denver, Colo.
91.
Pipkin, Herbert; Eastland, Tex.
92.
Pipkin, Horace Earl; Farmington, N.M.
93.
Pipkin, James H.; New York City, N.Y.
94.
Pipkin, James Lewis; San Antonio, Tex.
95.
Pipkin, Marie (Mrs. F. F. Pipkin); Fort Worth, Tex.
96.
Pipkin, Maurice S.; Brownsville, Tex.
97.
Pipkin, Sr., Oscar H.; Goldsboro, N.C.
98.
Pipkin, Raymond G.; San Angelo, Tex.
99.
Pipkin, Renalee Stevens (Mrs. John T. Pipkin); Brownsville, Tex.
100.
Pipkin, Robert W.; Baytown, Tex.
101.
Pipkin, William Neal; Matador, Tex.
102.
Pipkin, Wm. Philip, 1959-69
103.
Pipkin, Wm. Philip, 1970
104.
Pipkin, Wm. Philip, 1971
105.
Pipkin, Wm. Philip, 1972-75
106.
Pipkin, Wm. Philip, 1976-77
107.
Pipkin, Wm. Philip, 1978-81
108.
Pipkin, Wm. Philip, & Miscellaneous 1982
109.
Pittman, Jr., B. J.; Dallas, Tex.
110.
Polk, John S.; Hot Springs, Ark.
111.
Poteet, Leta Pipkin (Mrs. Joseph E. Poteet); Matador, Tex.
112.
Potts, Merna Powell (Mrs. Robert Powell); Albany, Ore.
113.
Proctor, Mrs. J. A.; Scottsboro, Ala.
114.
Pumphrey, Othella; Pine Bluff, Ark.
115.
Quinn, Frances (Mrs. Miles S. Quinn); Creswell, Ore.
Box
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Clift Family Members
1.
Rankin, Kate Holtzclaw (Mrs. Jonathan D. Rankin) Lancaster, Ky.
2.
Rankin, Mary Holtzclaw (Mrs. John D. Rankin); Danville, Ky.
3.
Reichlein, Jane (Mrs. David O. Reichlein); Roy, Wash.
4.
Riggs, Richard; Belleville, Ala.
5.
Riley, Elizabeth d'Autrey; Evergreen, Ala.
6.
Rouse, Helen E. (Mrs. T.C. Rouse); Owensboro, Ky.
7.
Rowland, William Clift; Swarthmore, Pa.
8.
Rudisill, Horace Fraser; Florence, S.C.
9.
Salter, Ann B.; Evergreen, Ala.
10.
Seder, Dorothea Zehnder (Mrs. A.R. Seder); Bethesda, Md.
11.
Sells, Myrtle A. (Mrs. I.H. Sells); Poplarville, Mo.
12.
Shelton, Margie Newberry; Soddy, Tenn.
13.
Shivers, Marcus O.; Colorado Springs, Colo.
14.
Shropshire, Laura Roark (Mrs. J.A. Shropshire); East Chattanooga, Tenn.
15.
Shumate, Lossie Morgan Clift (Mrs. Mark A. Shumate) Lawton, Okla. Jan. 1953-June 1955
16.
Shumate, Lois Elizabeth Simpson (Mrs. John Alvin Shumate); Little Rock, Ark.
17.
Shumate, Lossie Morgan Clift (Mrs. Mark A. Shumate); Lawton, Okla. July-Dec., 1955
16.
Shumate, Lossie Morgan Clift (Mrs. Mark A. Shumate); Lawton, Okla. 1956-58
19.
Shumate, Lossie Morgan Clift (Mrs. Mark A. Shumate); Lawton, Okla. and Rolla, Mo. 1959-61
20.
Shumate, Lossie Morgan Clift (Mrs. Mark A. Shumate); Rolla, Mo. and Little Rock, Ark. 1962-66
21.
Shumate, Lossie Morgan Clift (Mrs. Mark A. Shumate); Misc.
22.
Sims, (Mrs.) Willie Zell Patrick; Hazelhurst, Miss.
23.
Silkett, Nola (Mrs. Roger Silkett); Bremerton, Wash.
24.
Smith, Jean Waldrop; Elkmont, Ala.
25.
Smith, Odell C. (Mrs. B. Smith); Huntsville, Ala.
26.
Smith, Mrs. W. B.; Greenwood, Miss.
27.
Smith, Jr., Wiley J. S.; Fordyce, Ark.
28.
South Carolina; Miscellaneous correspondence
29.
Southwell Co.; San Antonio, Tex.
30.
Stallings, Inez; Brush Creek, Tenn.
31.
Steinhardt, Nancy Parr; Eudora, Ark.
32.
Stott, Jesse; Provo, Utah
33.
Stott, Lois (Mrs. Lewis Graves Stott); Park Ridge, Ill.
34.
Stuckey, Lewis N.; Dallas, Tex.
35.
Tatom, Mary Ester Pipkin (Mrs. Felix Baker Tatom); North Little Rock, Ark.
36.
Tennessee; Miscellaneous correspondence
37.
Texas; Miscellaneous correspondence
38.
Thompson, Herbert
39.
Thompson, Marion Mulford; Gainesville, Fla.
40.
Thomson, J. Faison; Goldsboro, N.C.
41.
Tolar, Elizabeth Ray (Mrs. R. H. Tolar, Jr.); Memphis, Tenn.
42.
Tolar, Margaret Anny Ivy (Mrs. Don Alvin Tolar); Fairfield, Texas
43.
Turrou, Gwendolyn Clift (Mrs. Edward A. Turrou)
44.
United States; Miscellaneous correspondence
45.
Varner, Mary Evelyn (Mrs. Percy E. Varner); Chattanooga, Tenn.
46.
Virginia; Miscellaneous correpondence
47.
Waldenmaier, Inez; Washington, D.C.
48.
Wall, Richard Pipkin; Dallas, Tex.
49.
Waller, Jane Warren (Mrs. G. F. Waller); Batavia, Ill.
50.
Ward, Ethel; Omaha, Neb.
51.
Ward, Opal Burson; Oklahoma City, Okla.
52.
Warner, Sara Sue Heywood; Columbia, Tenn.
53.
Wasson, Jr., Marcus M.; Wilson, Okla.
54.
Weaver, Nona; Luling, Tex.
55.
Wells, Carol (Mrs. Tom Wells); Natchitoches, La.
56.
Wetz, Melba (Mrs. Harlan Wells); New Braunfels, Tex.
57.
Whitaker, Gladys Hawthorne; Pine Apple, Ala.
58.
White, Opal B. Ward (Mrs. L. D. White); Watonga, Okla.
59.
Williams, Charlene Person (Mrs. W. E. Williams); Texarkana, Ark.
60.
Wilson, Amanda Adaline Pipkin (Mrs. E. W. Wilson); Terrell, Tex.
61.
Wilson, Anne (Mrs. Herman Jefferson Wilson); Port Allen, La.
62.
Wimmer, Corinne (Mrs. J. Ivan Wimmer); Safford, Ariz.
63.
Wood, Margarette Elizabeth Hall; Ellicot City, Md.
64.
Wood, Mary Eleanor Grantham (Mrs. Samuel S. Wood); Pacolet, S.C.
65.
Wright, Virginia; Camden, Ark.
66.
Zumwalt, Marilyn Agnes Harrell (Mrs. Jax Arlen Zumwalt); Portland, Ore. April, 1981
67.
Zumwalt, Marilyn Agnes Harrell (Mrs. Jax Arlen Zumwalt); Portland, Ore. June, 1981
68.
Zumwalt, Marilyn Agnes Harrell (Mrs. Jax Arlen Zumwalt); Portland, Ore. Aug. - Oct., 1981
69.
Zumwalt, Marilyn Agnes Harrell (Mrs. Jax Arlen Zumwalt); Portland, Ore. 1982-83
70.
Beasley family; Miscellaneous documents (copies)
71.
Beasley family; Narratives, research notes, etc.
72.
Clift family; Miscellaneous documents (copies)
73.
Clift family; Miscellaneous research notes (1), including family group sheets, clippings
74.
Clift family; Miscellaneous research notes (2)
75.
Clift family; Miscellaneous research notes (3)
Box
3X164 I.
Clift Family Members
1.
Clift family; Miscellaneous research notes (4)
2.
Clift family; Miscellaneous research notes (5)
3.
Clift family; Miscellaneous research notes (6), including census notes
4.
Clift family; Grayson College; Tioga, Tex.
5.
Clift family; Photographs
6.
Moores family; Miscellaneous documents (copies)
7.
Moores family; Narratives, research notes, etc.
8.
Norwood family; Miscellaneous documents (copies)
9.
Norwood family; Narratives, research notes, etc.
10.
Pipkin family; Miscellaneous documents (copies)
11.
Pipkin family; Miscellaneous research notes (1), including family group sheets, clippings, photos
12.
Pipkin family; Miscellaneous research notes (2)
13.
Pipkin family; Miscellaneous research notes (3)
14.
Pipkin family; Miscellaneous research notes (4)
15.
Pipkin family; Miscellaneous research notes (5)
16.
Pipkin family; Miscellaneous research notes (6), including census notes
17.
Pipkin family; "Pipkin chest."
18.
Pipkin Family Association Newsletter: correspondence
19.
Pipkin Family Association Newsletter,
Extent Vol. 1
20.
Pipkin Family Association Newsletter,
Extent Vol. 2
21.
Pipkin Family Association Newsletter,
Extent Vol. 3
22.
Pipkin Family Association Newsletter,
Extent Vol. 4
23.
Pipkin Family Association Newsletter,
Extent Vol. 5
24.
Pipkin Family Association Newsletter,
Extent Vol. 6
25.
Pipkin Family Association Newsletter,
Extent Vol. 7
26.
Pipkin Family Association Newsletter,
Extent Vols. 8-10
27.
Pipkin Family Association Newsletter,
Extent Vols. 11-12
28.
Pipkin Family Association Newsletter,
Extent Vol. 13
29.
Pipkin Family Association Newsletter,
Extent Vol. 14
30.
Pipkin Family Assocaition Newsletter,
Extent Vols. 15-16
31.
Hastings Cemetery Association; Hastings, Okla.
32.
Miscellaneous historical, non-genealogical materials
Box
3X165 II.
Dunn Family Members
1.
Achee, Jr., Benjamin E.; Shreveport, La.
2.
Adams, Gary; Davenport, Wash.
3.
Alabama; Miscellaneous correspondence
4.
Allen, Clara E.; Hesperia, Cal.
5.
Anderlohr, Betty (Mrs. George A. Anderlohr); Pine Valley, Cal.
6.
Bach, Mrs. William E.; Lexington, Ky.
7.
Baker, Louise (Mrs. R. T. Baker); Prairie Village, Kansas
8.
Baldwin, Elizabeth Harris (Mrs. Ivan A. Baldwin); Garden City, Kansas
9.
Ballard, Mrs. Evelyn; Wink, Tex.
10.
Ballard, Jr., Ray; Barbourville, Ky.
11.
Ballenger, (Miss.) Billie R.; Dallas, Tex.
12.
Ballenger, T. L.; Tahlequah, Okla.
13.
Ballenger, III, William S.; Lansing, Mich.
14.
Ballew, Lucille (Mrs. Henry Logan Ballew); Honey Grove, Tex.
15.
Ballinger, Emerson B.; Hazleton, Penn.
16.
Ballinger, Joe P.; Mobile, Ala.
17.
Ballinger, John H.; Dallas, Tex.
18.
Ballinger, Lena; Dallas, Tex.
19.
Ballinger, Logan P.; Dallas, Tex.
20.
Ballinger, Mamie (Mrs. R. Henry Ballinger); Hearne, Tex.
21.
Barkey, Lennie Martin (Mrs. James G. Berkey); Salem, Ind.
22.
Bethel, Justin; Heavener, Okla.
23.
Bicket, Marion McClure; Indianola, Miss.
24.
Blake, Mary & Paul W.; Houston, Tex.
25.
Bloodworth, Mrs. C. E.; Axtell, Tex.
26.
Bowman, Anna M. (Mrs. I.C. Bowman); Oklahoma City, Okla.
27.
Bowman, Jean Anne; Whittier, Calif.
28.
Boyd, Mary (Mrs. Clark Boyd); Shelbyville, Ky.
29.
Brewster, Margaret Howard (Mrs. Weldon Brewster); Arlington, Tex.
30.
Brown, Anna Belle; Lancaster, Ky.
31.
Callico, Forrest; Lancaster, Ky.
32.
Carlson, Vivian (Mrs. T. Carlson); Brownwood, Tex.
33.
Carruth, Margaret Scruggs; Dallas, Tex.
34.
Carter, James D.; Waco, Tex.
35.
Casheon, Beatrice C. (Mrs. C. W. Casheon); Hartwell, Ga.
36.
Clift, G. Glenn; Frankfort, Ky.
37.
Coup, William A.; Medical Lake, Wash.
38.
Craven, Judith (Mrs. Gerald Craven); Norbornek, Mo.
39.
Dalton, Mrs. H. E.; Carrollton, Mo.
40.
Davidson, Doris Reimann (Mrs. Loren D. Davidson); Baton Rouge, La.
41.
Davidson, Mrs. E. E.; Burley, Idaho
42.
Davis, Bailey Fulton; Amherst, Va.
43.
Davis, Ruth S. (Mrs. Darrol E. Davis); Richmond, Calif.
44.
Dawson, Essie (Mrs. J. D. Dawson); Dallas, Tex.
45.
Dewberry, Minnie (Mrs. James W. Dewberry); Birmingham, Ala.
46.
Doughtie, Beatrice Mackey (Mrs. Chas. E. Doughtie, Sr.); Atlanta, Ga.
47.
Drye, John Lawler; Houston, Tex.
48.
Drye, Richard L.; Louisville, Ky.
49.
Duerkop, Lorreine; Keokuk, Iowa March, 1969
50.
Duerkop, Lorreine; Keokuk, Iowa Apr. 1969-70
51.
Duke, Jane Taylor (Mrs. Wm. Dabney Duke); Richmond, Va.
52.
Dunn, James Lewis; Houston, Tex.
53.
Dunn, Mrs. M. H.; Stanford, Ky.
54.
Dunn, Wm. Edward and Linda Tays; Washington, D.C. 1953-59
55.
Dunn, Wm. Edward and Linda Tays, Washington D.C. and Dallas, Tx. 1960-74
56.
Dunn, Wm. Edward: family and miscellaneous
57.
Ellis, Delfa; South Roxana, Ill.
58.
Ellison, Travis; Axtell, Tex.
59.
Embry, Joe T.; Stanford, Ky.
60.
Emery, Russell L.; Lexington, Ky.
61.
Everett, Ethel Morrow (Mrs. H. E. Everett); Fort Worth Tex.
62.
Farr, Mrs. Marquis R.; Miami Springs, Fla.
63.
Franklin, Eva L.; Bartlesville, Okla.
64.
Fritz, Marjorie R.; Sausalito, Cal.
65.
Frye, Margaret McRoberts Dunn (Mrs. A. S. Frye); Somerset, Ky.
66.
Gaw, Grace
67.
Groves, Pat Riley (Mrs. Norris Graves); Rochelle, Ill.
68.
Haines, John W.; Medford Lakes, N.J.
69.
Hall, Dorothy D. & Theron S.; Springville, Utah
70.
Harper, Mary (Mrs. Walter Harper); Sulphur Springs, Tex.
71.
Harris, Ann H. (Mrs. L. Martin Harris); Richmond, Va.
72.
Harrison, Guy Bryan; Waco, Tex.
73.
Henderson, Charles L.; Long Beach, Cal.
74.
Henderson, Ester Logan (Mrs. Earl W. Henderson): East Lansing, Mich.
75.
Herbert, Ruth (Mrs. Leo Herbert); Arlington, Va.
76.
Hobson, Florence L. (Mrs. Chas. N. Hobson); Frankfort, Ky.
77.
Hoskins, Marcelle D. (Mrs. G. C. Hoskins); Richardson, Tex.
78.
Hoskins, William W.; Bluefield, W. Va.
79.
Humphrey, Mildred; East Leavenworth, Mo.
80.
Illinois; Miscellaneous correspondence
81.
Ingram, Mr. and Mrs. Myers; Pineville, Ky.
82.
Iowa; Miscellaneous correspondence
83.
Isom, Blanche; Hurricane, Utah
84.
Jackson, Donald D.; Charlottesville, Va.
85.
Jacques, Meryl; Somerton, Ariz.
86.
Jarnigan, Flora (Mrs. Nathan S. Jarnigan); Oklahoma City, Okla.
87.
Johns, Mayme Ruth Wilson (Mrs. R. R. Johns.); Franklin, Ky.
88.
Jolley, Peggy I.; Rubidoux, Ca.
89.
Jordan, Barbara R. (Mrs. Donald E. Jordan); Indianapolis, Ind.
90.
Kentucky; Miscellaneous correspondence
91.
Kenyon, Beatrice (Mrs. Wm. Seth Kenyon); Washington, D. C.
92.
Kerby, Ruth N.; Globe, Ariz.
93.
Kincaid, Robert L.; Middlesboro, Ky.
94.
Kirby, Carlene Cearley (Mrs. W.H. Kirby, Jr.); Hale Center, Tex.
95.
Kirk, James Blaine; Marion, Ky.
96.
Klemm, Rachael I.; Louisville, Ky.
97.
Lambert, Mrs. Wm. G.; Willows, Cal.
98.
Lawrence, James Hiram; Bellflower, Cal.
99.
Leonard, Alice V. (Mrs. E. A. Leonard); Laredo, Tex.
100.
Lightfoot, Mary Beth (Mrs. Gordon H. Lightfoot); Victoria, Tex.
101.
Lindsay, Nelmorta (Mrs. J. A. Lindsay); Midwest City, Okla.
102.
Logan, E. Winter; Valdosta, Ga.
103.
Logan, Mabel M. (Mrs. Harold E. Logan); Harrod, Ohio
104.
Lorimer, Callie Phillips (Mrs. Geo. Lorimer); Marshall, Mo.
105.
Louisiana; Miscellaneous correspondence
106.
Loving, Ruth McKee
107.
McAllister, Mary C. (Mrs. Seymour Y. McAllister); Ogden, Utah
108.
McElwain, Mrs. Edgar; La Fayette, Ohio
109.
McGhee, Lucy Kate; Washington, D.C.
110.
McLure, J. Richard; Murphysboro, Ill.
111.
McMurray, Wm. Fletcher; St. Charles, Mo.
112.
McMurtry, Zelma (Mrs. Robert R. McMurtry); Lexington, Ky.
113.
McMurtry, Zelma (Mrs. Robert R. McMurtry); Miscellaneous research materials; Lexington, Ky.
114.
Maryland; Miscellaneous correspondence
115.
Matheny, Emma Robertson (Mrs. John C. Matheny); Richmond, Va.
116.
Mathews, Isabella Givens (Mrs. Samuel S. Mathews); Beverly Hills, Calif.
117.
Mills, Harry W.; North Arlington, Va.
118.
Minick, Thelma W.; North Hollywood, Calif.
119.
Mississippi; Miscellaneous correspondence
Box
3X166 II.
Dunn Family Members
1.
Missouri; Miscellaneous correspondence
2.
Moore, Buhl, Sarasota, Fla. & Savannah, Ga. 1962
3.
Moore, Buhl, Savannah, Ga., Louisville, Ky. and Pensacola, Fla. 1963-71
4.
Moore, Buhl; Miscellaneous research materials
5.
Moore, Izora Wilkes Johnson (Mrs. H. P. Moore); Fort Worth, Tex.
6.
Morrow, Jean Paxton; Stanford, Ky.
7.
New Jersey; Miscellaneous correspondence
8.
Nicholls, Clyde B.; Byron, Wyo.
9.
Norfleet, Mrs. B. F.; Harrodsburg, Ky.
10.
Norman, Virginia (Mrs. Ralph V. Norman); Dallas, Tex.
11.
North Carolina; Miscellaneous correspondence
12.
Page, Ethelmae; McLean, Va.
13.
Parker, Mrs. Sterling; Vancouver, Wash.
14.
Payne, Sr., Viron E.; Merritt Island, Fla.
15.
Paxton, Jr., Frank; Kansas City, Mo.
16.
Pennsylvania; Miscellaneous correspondence
17.
Percy, Jr., Alfred; Madison Heights, Va.
18.
Plunket, Sarah (Mrs. Paul Plunket, Jr.); Greenville, Tex.
19.
Pollard, Wm. David; Grand Junction, Colo.
20.
Powell, Doris Daniel; San Marcos, Tex.
21.
Price, Verna Tye; Dallas, Tex.
22.
Reeves, Emma Barrett (Mrs. J. F. Reeves); Nacogdoches, Tex.
23.
Regan, Lena Logan; Roseland, Fla.
24.
Richardson, Mabel (Mrs. A. I. Richardson); East Point, Ga.
25.
Robinson, Marie (Mrs. Fred R. Robinson) El Cajon, Calif. 1959-60
26.
Robinson, Marie (Mrs. Fred R. Robinson) El Cajon, Calif. 1961-70
27.
Russell, Lauretta; San Antonio, Tex.
28.
Rutledge, Marie; Greenwood, Miss.
29.
Savage, Ed; Artell, Tex.
30.
Schonewis, Eudora (Mrs. Arthur F. Schonewis); Petersburg, Ill.
31.
Scoggins, Estha; Georgetown, Tex.
32.
Searls, Lutie (Mrs. R. L. Searls); Sulfur Springs; Tex.
33.
Seibert, Christina (Mrs. Elvin Seibert); Milbrook, N. Y.
34.
Sherwood, Annie Bell Dunn (Mrs. Marvin Sherwood); Crystal City, Tex.
35.
Siglinger, Ethel Idella Nay (Mrs. John Paul Siglinger); Phillipsburg, Kan.
36.
Siglinger, Ethel Idella Nay (Mrs. John Paul Siglinger); Miscellaneous research materials
37.
Siglinger, Jr., John Paul & Mildred; Bickle, Menta Siglinger (dam.)
38.
Snively, Jr., W. D.; Evansville, Ind.
39.
Somerville, La Rose; San Antonio, Tex.
40.
Spurlock, May Ballinger (Mrs. C. H. Spurlock), Greenville, Tex. 1955-64
41.
Spurlock, May Ballinger (Mrs. C. H. Spurlock) Miscellaneous research materials 1965-74
42.
Staples, Lillian Dunn (Mrs. Jas Gwynn Staples); Birmingham, Ala.
43.
Stott, Lois (Mrs. Lewis Graves Stott); Park Ridge, Ill.
44.
Summers, Betty K. (Mrs. Chas. W. Summers); Colorado Springs, Co.
45.
Sweeny, Leonora Higginbotham (Mrs. Wm Montomery Higginbotham); Long Island City, N.Y.
46.
Talbert, Charles Gano; Covington, Ky.
47.
Taylor, Timothy H.; Lexington, Ky.
48.
Terrell, John Upton; New York City, N.Y.
49.
Texas; Miscellaneous correspondence
50.
Tompkins, Kate S. (Mrs. Birnnie Cornelius Tompkins); Nashville, Tenn.
51.
Totten, Will D.; Fern Creek, Ky.
52.
Trout, Katherine; Honey Grove, Tex.
53.
United States; Miscellaneous correspondence
54.
Vernon, Mary Evelyn (Mrs. Eugene Clifton Vernon); Jackson, Miss.
55.
Virginia; Miscellaneous correspondence
56.
Wagner, Vera N.; Rogue River, Ore.
57.
Walker, Mrs. L. W.; San Angelo, Tex.
58.
Warehime, Mrs. H. F.; Cherokee, Okla.
59.
Warren, K. S. Sol; Corbin, Ky.
60.
Weems, Eddie; Waco, Tex.
61.
Wheelwright, Mrs. M. C.; Des Moines, Iowa
62.
Whitlock, Lapsley Chester; London, Ky.
63.
Williams, Betty Harvey (Mrs. Robt. Williams); Warrensburg, Mo.
64.
Williams, Kathleen Booth (Mrs. E. Burton Williams); Alexandria, Va.
65.
Williams, Kathleen (Mrs. Loyd L. Williams); Crystal City, Tex.
66.
Williams, Mary Clay; Tulsa, Okla.
67.
Wilson, Edith Welburn (Mrs. Clyde O. Williams); Brandfordsville and Louisville, Ky.
68.
Winkler, Cora S. (Mrs. Richard O. Winkler); Salt Lake City, Utah.
69.
Wisconsin; Miscellaneous correspondence
70.
Woods, R. B.; Stanford, Ky.
71.
The James McMurry Dunn Family of Texas and Kentucky (bound genealogical study)
72.
Wright, Tony
73.
Wulfeck, Dorothy Ford; Naugatuck, Conn.
74.
Ballinger: Richard, Joseph, John Logan of Virginia; Kentucky, Texas. (Notebook)
75.
Ballinger Family, New Jersey ca. 1684-1729
76.
Ballinger Family, Virginia ca. 1737-1802
Box
3X167 II.
Dunn Family Members
1.
Ballinger Family, Kentucky ca. 1780-94
2.
Ballinger Family, Kentucky ca. 1795-1800;
3.
Ballinger Family, Kentucky ca. 1801-03
4.
Ballinger Family, Kentucky ca. 1804-05
5.
Ballinger Family, Kentucky ca. 1806-13
6.
Ballinger Family, Kentucky ca. 1815-35
7.
Ballinger Family, Kentucky ca. 1839-57
8.
Ballinger Family, Louisiana ca. 1789-1818
9.
Ballinger Family: John Ballinger, West Florida; ca. 1811-13
10.
Ballinger Family: Joseph and Nancy; Ballinger, Louisiana; ca. 1792-1810
11.
Ballinger Family: Joseph and John Ballinger, and James Wilkinson; ca. 1789-1811
12.
Ballinger Family: Joseph Ballinger and Z. M. Pike; ca. 1806-08
13.
Ballinger Family: Miscellaneous Ballinger; Wilkinson and Pike records
14.
Ballinger Family: Miscellaneous printed materials, and J. L. Ballinger pension records
15.
Ballinger Family: Miscellaneous family letters, ca. 1880-1920
16.
Ballinger Family: Miscellaneous research notes (1)
17.
Ballinger Family: Miscellaneous research notes (2)
18.
Ballinger Family: Miscellaneous research notes (3)
19.
Ballinger Family: Miscellaneous research notes (4)
20.
Ballinger Family: Miscellaneous research notes (5)
21.
Ballinger Family: Miscellaneous research notes (6)
22.
Dunn Family: History by W. E. Dunn: drafts, correspondence, etc.
23.
Dunn and Hocker Families
24.
Jennings family: "Jennings Fortune."
25.
Logan Family, Kentucky ca. 1772-84
26.
Logan Family, Kentucky ca. 1784-1835
27.
Logan Family records
Box
3X168 II.
Dunn Family Members
1.
Logan Family; Miscellaneous research notes
2.
McClure Family
3.
Paxton Family, Virginia and Kentucky ca. 1787-1817
4.
Paxton Family, Kentucky ca. 1817-30
5.
Paxton Family, Kentucky ca. 1836
6.
Paxton Family: Miscellaneous research notes (1)
7.
Paxton Family: Miscellaneous research notes (2)
8.
Miscellaneous historical materials (non-genealogical
III.
Price Family Papers
9.
Alabama; Miscellaneous correspondence
10.
Adams, Rena J.
11.
Anderson, Mrs. Bill; Waverly, Tenn.
12.
Arkansas; Miscellaneous correspondence
13.
Ashworth, Mrs. J. B.; La Feria, Tex.
14.
Baird, Jacqueline L. (Mrs. Robt. R. Baird); Cashmere, Wash.
15.
Baker, Elizabeth; Commerce, Tex.
16.
Baker, Harry J.; Crawfordsville, Ind.
17.
Ballard, Lorena Carroll (Mrs. A. Leslie Ballard) San Antonio, Tex. 1962-67
18.
Ballard, Lorena Carroll (Mrs. A. Leslie Ballard) San Antonio, Tex. 1968-72
19.
Ballard, Lorena Carroll (Mrs. A. Leslie Ballard), undated and 1973-81
20.
Bannister, Catherine H. (Mrs. J.H. Bannister); Old Ocean, Tex.
21.
Belk, Mrs. Fletcher G.; El Paso, Tex.
22.
Bishop, Leora J. (Mrs. H.H. Bishop) Oklahoma City, Okla. 1974-76
23.
Bishop, Leora J. (Mrs. H.H. Bishop) Oklahoma City, Okla. 1977-79
24.
Bishop, Leora J. (Mrs. H.H. Bishop) Oklahoma City, Okla. 1980-83
25.
Blalock, Sara Duncan (Mrs. T.K. Blalock); Memphis, Tenn.
26.
Bogart, Lynda M. (Mrs. Geo. Bogart); Gainesville, Ga.
27.
Bowers, Eugene W.; Clarksville, Tex.
28.
Boyd, Mrs. E.K.; Bolivar, Tenn.
29.
Brabham, Stella Bryan (Mrs. R.P. Brabham); Linden, Tex.
30.
Bradford, Jack Taggard; San Marino, Calif.
31.
Bradford, Ruth A.; Rural Duarte, Calif.
32.
Brady, Lois Chiles; Moyers, Okla.
33.
Brandes, Peter; Aldergrove, B.C., Canada.
34.
Braudrick, Alma; Honey Grove, Tex.
35.
Bray, Eugene; Paris, Texas
36.
Brewer, Frank Benton; St. Petersburg, Fla.
37.
Bridgewater, Betty (Mrs. John R. Bridgewater); Manchester, Tenn.
38.
Bryan, Alan; Fort Worth, Tex.
39.
Bryan, Caswell C.; Los Angeles, Calif.
40.
Bryan, Dawson C. & Rachel; Houston, Tex.
41.
Bryan, Mrs. Frank; Groesbeck, Tex.
42.
Bryan, Inez; Houston, Tex.
43.
Bryan, Lena Thurmond (Mrs. Ellwyn [Ellen] Patrick Bryan); Los Angeles, Calif.
44.
Bryan, Roy C.; Los Angeles, Calif.
45.
Burleson, Eugenia (Mrs. Vivian S. Burleson); Sherman, Tex.
46.
Burleson, Wallace Richard; River Ridge, La.
47.
Caldwell, Mabel Price (Mrs. Wm. James Caldwell); 1956-67
48.
Caldwell, Mabel Price (Mrs. Wm. James Caldwell); and (also misc.) 1968Undated
49.
Caldwell, Willie Mae (Mrs. Harry B. Caldwell); La Habral Calif.
50.
Cannon, Alice Phipps; Abilene, Tex.
51.
Cansler, Norma Todd (Mrs. L. S. Cansler, Jr.); Dallas, Tex.
52.
Caperton, Mrs. Jack; Stevenson, Ala.
53.
Carruth, Margaret Scruggs; Dallas, Tex. 1956-62
54.
Carruth, Margaret Scruggs; 1963-79
55.
Chew, Roberta Preston; Santa Ana, Calif.
56.
Chiles, Mrs. L. S.; Lowry City. Mo.
57.
Chiles, Mary Jo (Mrs. J. T. Chiles) New Orleans, La.
58.
Cia, Elaine Weir; Little Rock, Ark.
59.
Clayton, Virgil; Honey Grove, Tex.
60.
Clark, Lamar S.; Houston, Tex.
61.
Clevenger, Ernest A.; Chattanooga, Tenn.
62.
Clouse, Tina; Oakland, Calif.
63.
Cole, Mrs. Charles M.; Houston, Tex.
64.
Coleman, W. W.; Waskom, Tex.
65.
Collins, Troy Young; Fort Worth, Tex.
66.
Conn, Robert F.; Kirbyville, Tex.
67.
Connell, Hazel Price (Mrs. Louis Fred Connell); Denton, Tex.
68.
Connell, Gerry (Mrs. Louis Fred Connell, Jr.); Denton, Tex.
69.
Cooper, Ruth J.; Dallas, Tex.
70.
Cox, Mrs. W. Kenneth; Peoria, Ill.
71.
Creekmore Pollyanna; Knoxville, Tenn.
72.
Crews, Bertha B. (Mrs. J. K. Crews); Plaiview, Tex.
73.
Crumley, Marguerite Price; Falls Church, Va.
74.
Davidson, Faye Tennyson (Mrs. H. L. Davidson); Bolivar, Tenn.
75.
Davis, Sherry; Houston, Tex.
76.
Dean, Margaret Caldwell; Leland Miss.
77.
Derryberry, Ruth (Mrs. Boyd Derryberry); Wellington, Tex.
78.
DeYoung, Mary Elizabeth Mayhew Price (Mrs. Robt. Lee DeYoung); Huntsville, Ala.
79.
Domonoske, Mrs. A. B.; Davis, Calif.
80.
Duncan, Margaret Floyd; Dallas, Tex.
81.
Dunn, Margaret S. (Mrs. Wm. F. Dunn); East Cleveland, Ohio
82.
Eakin, Joanne C. (Mrs. O. B. Eakin); Corpus Christi, Tex. 1980
83.
Eakin, Joanne C. (Mrs. O. B. Eakin); Corpus Christi, Tex. and Independence, Mo. 1981
84.
Edge, Norma M.; Riverside, Calif.
85.
Edwards, Sadie (Mrs. Carl E. Edwards); Selma, Ala.
86.
Embry, Hermione D. (Mrs. Chas. A. Embry); Nashville; Tenn.
87.
Erwin, Bertha Price (Mrs. Ivan Basil Erwin); Honey Grove, Tex. 1955-60
88.
Erwin, Bertha Price (Mrs. Ivan Basil Price); Honey Grove, Tex. 1961-79
89.
Eubank, Bransford; Cross Cut, Tex.
90.
Evans, Robert W., Jr.; 1961-64
91.
Evans, Robert W., Jr.; Sweeny, Tex. 1966-68
92.
Farris, Joanne; Leonard, Tex.
93.
Ferguson, Dorothy Bradford (Mrs. Alfred S. Ferguson); Walpole, Miss.
94.
Flannagan, Mrs. W. H.; Roanoke, Va.
95.
Ford, Lucile K. (Mrs. Douglas W. Ford); Houston, Tex.
96.
Fore, Anna McCampbell; Corpus Christi, Tex.
97.
Forrester, Naomi (Mrs. Urban J. Forrester); Marionville, Mo.
98.
Forrester, Wilma; Fayetteville, Tenn.
99.
Freeman, Julie Allie Johnson (Mrs. Solon Gibson Freeman); Memphis, Tenn.
100.
Galbraith, Minnie E. (Mrs. O. H. Galbraith); McAlester, Okla.
101.
Gandrad, Pauline Jones (Mrs. B. W. Gandrad); Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Box
3X169 III.
Price Family Members
1.
Gaw, Grace; Cleveland, Miss.
2.
Gentry, Harold; Denison, Tex.
3.
German, J. L.; Indianapolis, Ind.
4.
Gilmore, Edna Wayne; Killeen, Tex.
5.
Givens, Elva Farish (Mrs. James B. Givens); Franklin, Tenn.
6.
Glazner, Capitola; Hot Springs, Ark.
7.
Gordon, Lillian Price (Mrs. J. Pemberton Gordon); Jefferson City, Mo.
8.
Greathouse, Arlene (Mrs. Marvin Greathouse); Sudan, Tex.
9.
Grisard, Mrs. Ben; Winchester, Tenn.
10.
Grove, Robbye Inez Owens (Mrs. Billy Lynn Grove); Lakeside, Calif.
11.
Haas, Ruth E. (Mrs. Wm. VanHorn Haas); Clearwater and Dunedin, Fla.
12.
Haines, Helen L.; Omaha, Neb.
13.
Hall, Mrs. C. E.; Huntsville, Tex.
14.
Hallinan, Katherine Duncan Stubington (Mrs. John Hallinan); Tujunga, Calif.
15.
Hamblin, Kenneth Duane; San Angelo, Tex.
16.
Hargis, Melba Taylor (Mrs. Luther J. Hargis); Cleveland, Tenn.
17.
Hart, Nancy Martin; Bedford, Tex.
18.
Havens, Mariana S. (Mrs. Walter Havens); North Little Rock, Ark.
19.
Hembree, Robert Daniel; Honey Grove, Tex. 1964-68
20.
Hembree, Robert Daniel; Honey Grove, Tex. 1969-71
21.
Hembree, Robert Daniel; undated and 1972-81
22.
Herbert, Ruth P. (Mrs. Leo Herbert); Arlington, VA
23.
Hicks, Alice Fletcher; Mountain Home, Idaho
24.
Hobbs, Mrs. Henry; Arthur City, Tex.
25.
Hosmer, Temperance; Hartselle, Ala.
26.
House Betty (Mrs. W. J. House); La Habra, Calif.
27.
Hughes, Harold Boyd; Stevenson and Bridgeport, Ala.
28.
Iowa; Miscellaneous correspondence
29.
Jakes, Paul R.; Phoenix, Ariz.
30.
Jarman, Council T.; Kingston, N.C.
31.
Jarman, Wilbur W. and Minnie; Jacksonville, Fla.
32.
Jennings, Nancy Moores Watts (Mrs. Arthur L. Jennings); Texarkana, Tex.
33.
Jessup, Mrs. R. M.; Texarkana, Tex.
34.
Johnson, William Perry; Raleigh, N. C.
35.
Johnson, Maybeth B. and Loaz W.; Oraville, Calif. and Provo, Utah.
36.
Jones, Christine P. (Mrs. A. R. Jones); Guntersville, Ala.
37.
Jones, Kathleen Paul (Mrs. Howard C. Jones, Sr.); New Market, Ala.
38.
Jones, Lucille Frances Price (Mrs. Wilbur Scofield Jones); Dallas, Tex.
39.
Judd, Leila L. (Mrs. Derrel W. Judd); Morgan, Utah.
40.
Kansas; Miscellaneous correspondence
41.
Kelly, Maud McLure; Talladega, Ala.
42.
Kelso, Helen B. (Mrs. Nolan Kelso); Dallas, Tex.
43.
Kentucky, Miscellaneous correspondence
44.
Kessler, Mrs. Orville L.; Iowa City, Iowa
45.
King, Mrs. Rufus; Gonzales, Tex.
46.
Kirby, Earlene (Mrs. W. H. Kirby, Jr.); Hale Center, Tex.
47.
Kirkpatrick, Bettye G., Hawthorne, Calif. 1979-80
48.
Kirkpatrick, Bettye G., Hawthorne, Calif. 1981-83
49.
Kummel, Dorothy Bradford (Mrs. Frank J. Kummel); Branford, Conn.
50.
Kuttler, A. K.; Salt Lake City, Utah
51.
Lee, Ronald M., Bridgeport, Ala.
52.
Leonard, Alice Vinson; San Antonio, Tex.
53.
Libbey, Darlene (Mrs. Howard Libbey); Burlington, Wash.
54.
Lindemann, Janis Price; Russellville, Ark.
55.
Lott, Sarah (Mrs. M. E. Lott); Dallas, Tex.
56.
Loving, Ruth McKee (Mrs. R. E. Loving), Tulsa, Okla. 1966-68
57.
Loving, Ruth McKee (Mrs. R. E. Loving), undated and 1969-80
58.
McCampbell, Bill and Jane; Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich., and San Antonio, Tex.
59.
McCampbell, Hershel; Scottsboro, Ala.
60.
McCampbell, Quinton; Bridgeport, Ala.
61.
McCampbell, Russell Taylor; Bessemer, Ala.
62.
McCampbell, Walter Bernard; New Albany, Ind.
63.
McCarty, Macie (Mrs. E. E. McCarty); Snellville, Ga.
64.
McCroskey, George Alfred; Florence, Ala.
65.
McFarlane, Inez Bishop (Mrs. W. D. McFarlane); Graham, Tex.
66.
McKinney, Isabelle (Mrs. E. L. McKinney), Paris, Tex.
67.
McMekin, Augustus Meriwether; Tulsa, Okla.
68.
McMichael, Nita (Mrs. M. M. McMichael); Linden, Tex.
69.
McSwain, Betty Ann McCartney (Mrs. Angus Stewart McSwain, Jr.); Waco, Tex.
70.
Marshall, Mrs. S. M.; Eutaw, Ala.
71.
Maryland; Miscellaneous correspondence
72.
Matheny, Emma Robertson; Richmond, Va.
73.
May, Rubye Johnson (Mrs. Herbert F. May); Jackson, Tenn.
74.
Meriwether, Heath; Hannibal, Mo.
75.
Merriwether, Dunca; Chester Springs, Pa.
76.
Mickan, Velma Price; Bridgeport, Ala.
77.
Miller, Ada Elizabeth; Shreveport, La.
78.
Miller, Margaret (Mrs. W. H. Miller); Corsicana, Tex.
79.
Mississippi; Miscellaneous correspondence
80.
Mitchell, Jewell T.; Dallas, Tex.
81.
Moore, F. S.; Kalamazoo, Mich.
82.
Moore, G. T.; Houston, Tex.
83.
Moore, Ruth Mercia Arcularius (Mrs. Chas. Calhoun Moore); Austin, Tex.
84.
Moores, James C.; Fayetteville, Tenn.
85.
Morgan, Thurman T.; Wilmington, N.C.
86.
Morris, Evelyn (Mrs. Roy H. Morris); Austin, Tex.
87.
Morton, Dave; Provo, Utah
88.
Morton, Margaret H. (Mrs. Wm. S. Morton); Farmville, Va.
89.
Moseley, Franklin Shackelford; Eutaw, Ala.
90.
Mott, Phyllis Heflinger (Mrs. A. D. Mott); Seattle, Wash.
91.
Muse, Paulette (Mrs. Tom B. Muse)
92.
Neill, Peggy (Mrs. Charles L. Neill); Pharr, Tex.
93.
Nickell, E. V.; Lubbock, Tex.
94.
Nixon, Frank Leslie, III; Reno, Nev.
95.
Ohio; Miscellaneous correspondence
96.
Oklahoma; Miscellaneous correspondence
97.
Olson, Duane D. (Mrs. Virgil G. Olson); Pecan Gap, Tex.
98.
Parker, Louise M. (Mrs. C. E. Parker): Tyler, Tex.
99.
Peterson, Marvel; Enterprize, Or.
100.
Pier, Mary V.; Cortez, Colo. and Payson, Ariz.
101.
Polk, John S.; Hot Springs, Ark.
102.
Polk, Martha Nelle (Mrs. Walter B. Polk); Borger, Tex.
103.
Preece, Louise; Dallas, Tex.
104.
Price, Charles Newton; Walters, Okla.
105.
Price, David Deakins; Oklahoma City, Okla.
106.
Price, Earl Provine, Jr., Fort Woqth, Tex. 1981-83
107.
Price, Earl Provine, Jr., Fort Worth, Tex. 1979-80
108.
Price, John Jasper, Tenn.
109.
Price, Katheryn C.; Memphis, Tenn.
110.
Price, Kathleen; LaFayette, Ga.
111.
Price, Leona Janie, Laredo, Tex. 1969-73
112.
Price, Leona Janie, Laredo, Tex. 1974-79
113.
Price, Loretta; Conway, Ark.
114.
Price, Marlin Robert; Dallas, Tex.
115.
Price, Maurice G.; Austin, Tex.
116.
Price, Milton E. and Katherine; Dallas, Tex.
117.
Price, Harold; Mt. Juliet, Tenn.
118.
Price, N. H.; Meridian, Miss.
119.
Price, Prentiss; Rogersville, Tenn.
120.
Price, Reuben Holleman; University, Miss.
121.
Price, Sarah (Mrs. Robert Black Price); Jackson, Miss.
122.
Price, Verna Tye; Dallas, Tex.
123.
Price, Vina C. (Mrs. Hoyt B. Price); Hamilton, Ala.
124.
Price, Walla (Mrs. Philip M. Price); Temple, Tex.
125.
Price, William Sidney; Kerens, Tex.
126.
Prince, Tempie H.; Reidsville, N.C.
127.
Pruitt, Gail Minor; Birmingham, Ala.
128.
Quebedeaux, Mabel T.
129.
Randolph, Bill R.; Waskom, Tex.
130.
Ranseen, Agnes; Evanston, Ill.
131.
Reddoch, Mary Lou (Mrs. Joseph L. Reddoch); Monroeville, Ala.
132.
Redwine, Essie Bryan (Mrs. John Redwine); Spiro, Okla.
133.
Richardson, Frances E.; Kansas City, Mo.
134.
Ritter, Judy; Jackson, Miss.
135.
Roach, Henry A.; Glen Rose, Tex.
136.
Roberts, Ramona Curry (Mrs. J. B. Roberts); Plainvew, Tex.
137.
Rolfe, Mary Price (Mrs. Robt Lawrence Rolfe); Honey Grove, Tex.
138.
Ross, Marleta Childs; Lubbock, Tex.
139.
Rountree, Isabel; Paris, Tex.
140.
Russos, Fern W.; Everett, Wash.
141.
Rutland, Eunice Bryan; Douglasville, Tex.
142.
Sadler, Moena (Mrs. C. C. Sadler); Glasgow, Ky.
143.
Schleicher, Frank C.; Austin, Tex.
144.
Scoggins, Estha (Mrs. Harold G. Scoggins); Georgetown, Tex.
145.
Self, Richard; Honey Grove, Tex.
146.
Shafe, Sara Caldwell (Mrs. Charles Chamberlain Shafe); Metter, Ga.
Box
3X170 III.
Price Family Members
1.
Sims, A. J.; Conway, Ark.
2.
Smith, Phyllis Rose (Mrs. Edwin H. Smith) Tallahassee, Fla. 1969-70
3.
Smith, Phyllis Rose (Mrs. Edwin H. Smith) & Tallahassee, Fla. 1971-79
4.
South Carolina; Miscellaneous correspondence
5.
Spencer, Josephine Martha Frost (Mrs. Alexander Burke Spencer, Jr.) San Antonio, Tex. Jun - Aug, 1962
6.
Spencer, Josephine Martha Frost (Mrs. Alexander Burke Spencer, Jr.) San Antonio, Tex. Sept, 1962
7.
Spencer, Josephine Martha Frost (Mrs. Alexander Burke Spencer, Jr.) San Antonio, Tex. Oct - Dec, 1962
8.
Spencer, Josephine Martha Frost (Mrs. Alexander Burke Spencer, Jr.) San Antonio, Tex. 1963-69
9.
Spencer, Josephine Martha Frost (Mrs. Alexander Burke Spencer, Jr.) San Antonio, Tex. 1970
10.
Spencer, Josephine Martha Frost (Mrs. Alexander Burke Spencer, Jr.) San Antonio, Tex. 1971-80
11.
Spencer, Josephine Martha Frost (Mrs. Alexander Burke Spencer, Jr.) & San Antonio, Tex. 1981
12.
Spurlin, Allie Ruth (Mrs. Thomas Spurlin); Richmond, Ky.
13.
Stegall, Willa [Lucille?]; Gilmer, Tex.
14.
Steger, Corrie Bryan (Mrs. Mack Steger); Lubbock, Tex.
15.
Stewart, Donna O. (Mrs. J. Davis Stewart); American Fork, Utah
16.
Stilley, Van A.; Washington, D.C.
17.
Stockey, Cora Lee Price (Mrs. Roderick G. Stockey); Paris, Tex.
18.
Sumner, Christine (Mrs. Bill Sumner); Scottsboro, Ala.
19.
Swindell, Elizabeth (Mrs. Lloyd Hurst Swindell); Raleigh, N. C.
20.
Talbot, Charlotte Clayton Price (Mrs. Benjamin Horace Talbot, Jr.); New Orleans, LA.
21.
Taylor, Louise Price; Abingdon, Va.
22.
Teague, Gloria; Temple, Tex.
23.
Tennessee; Miscellaneous correspondence
24.
Texas; Miscellaneous correspondence
25.
Trout, Katherine and Martha; Honey Grove, Tex.
26.
Tucker, Carolyn C. (Mrs. Don Tucker); Salt Lake City, Utah
27.
Turk, Toni R.; Snyder, Tex.
28.
Ulmer, Mary Lewis; Houston, Tex.
29.
United States; Miscellaneous correspondence
30.
Van Buren, Barbara; Kansas City, Mo.
31.
Vance, Mary Hardin (Mrs. Will D. Vance); Russellville, Ark.
32.
Verrill, Marguerite B.; Woodbridge, Conn.
33.
Virginia; Miscellaneous correspondence
34.
Wade, Bettye Roxell (Mrs. J. F. Wade); Bridgeport, Ala.
35.
Waldenmaier, Inez; Washington, D. C.
36.
Warren, Mary
37.
Weaver, Ann L. (Mrs. E. E. Weaver); Houston, Tex.
38.
Weeks, Mrs. R. M.; McAlester, Okla.
39.
West Virginia; Miscellaneous correspondence
40.
Westbrook, Judith Clementine Meriwether (Mrs. Charles Howard Westbrook); Meridian, Miss.
41.
Wilkerson, Eunice Marie Carlton (Mrs. Newton Berry Wilkerson); Montgomery, Ala.
42.
Williams, Bernice Dean (Mrs. Ralph G. Williams); Caldwell, Tex.
43.
Willis, Fanny Lou; Oklahoma City, Okla.
44.
Willis, J. W.; Sherwood, Tenn.
45.
Womack, Evalyn; East Flagstaff, Ariz.
46.
Womack, Helen Ring (Mrs. Jay Womack); Dallas, Tex.
47.
Woodall, Eliza B.; Old Hickory, Tenn.
48.
Woodson, Isobel Baylor (Mrs. Robt. F. Woodson); Richmond, Va.
49.
Wright, Clara; Montgomery, Ala.
50.
Yeager, Alice Ervin; Shreveport, La. and Denison, Tex.
51.
Young, Pauline; Liberty, S.C.
52.
Zeek, Louise and Franklyn; St. Petersburg, Fla.
53.
Bryan-Jarman documents, 1791-1963
54.
Bryan family: Pension, bounty land and military records (1)
55.
Bryan family: Pension, bounty land and pension records (2)
56.
Bryan-Jarman family: Revolutionary War pension record of Wm Jordan
57.
Bryan-Jarman family: clippings, family Bible records, family letters, DAR records, printed materials
58.
Bryan family: Miscellaneous research notes (1)
59.
Bryan family: Miscellaneous research notes (2)
Box
3X171 III.
Price Family Members
1.
Jarman family: miscellaneous research notes
2.
Bryan-Jarman family: Census notes
3.
Chiles-Meriwether family: printed material
4.
Chiles-Meriwether family: clippings, family Bible records, family letters, pension records.
5.
Chiles-Meriwether family: DAR records and miscellaneous notes, incl. census
6.
Chiles-Meriwether family: Documents, 1780-1861
7.
Moore(s) family: Pension, bounty land and military records
8.
Moore(s) family: Documents, clippings, family letters, miscellaneous notes
9.
Price Family; Texas, 1838-1923
10.
Price Family: Documents; Virginia, 1721-1867
11.
Price Family: Documents; Alabama, 1830-1922
12.
Price Family: Documents; South Carolina, 1735-1784
13.
Price Family: Documents; Tennessee, 1792-1886
14.
Price Family: Pension, bounty land and military records (1)
15.
Price Family: Pension, bounty land and military records (2)
16.
Price Family: Pension, bounty land and military records (3)
17.
Price Family: Pension, bounty land and military records, assorted collateral relations.
Box
3X172
1.
Price Family: Printed materials
2.
Price Family: Clippings
3.
Price Family: Photographs, family group sheets and charts, family letters
4.
Price Family: Genealogical notes of various individual Price lines, family Bible records, DAR records
5.
Price Family: Miscellaneous research notes (1)
6.
Price Family: Miscellaneous research notes (2)
7.
Price Family: Miscellaneous research notes (3)
8.
Price Family: Miscellaneous research notes (4)
9.
Price Family: Miscellaneous research notes (5)
10.
Price Family: Miscellaneous research notes (6)
Box
3X173 III.
Price Family Members
1.
Price Family: Miscellaneous research notes (7)
2.
Price Family: Miscellaneous research notes (8)
3.
Price Family: Census notes (1790-1850)
4.
Price Family: Census notes (1860-1900)
5.
Price Family: Miscellaneous printed materials, not family specific.
6.
Price Family Recollections (book)

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