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101 Johnston, Ernest and Clara Charlissa Barlemann - 03/05/1913 - #10704
This is a list of the original marriage licenses in the Gonzales Records Center and Archives, including licenses 1829 through 1948
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Family F154
 
102 Johnston, W.W., boy born to, Vol. 3 No.124 Daily Inq. 23 Oct 1899
Johnson, W.W., son Robert Bruce died, Vol. 3 No. 283 Daily Inq. 7 May 1900 
Johnston, Robert Bruce (I408)
 
103 Josie was short, black hair, brown eyes. She could make her home pretty from perhaps a box, but with her talents she would cover the box put something hand made over it, and you would think she really had something expensive. The bride, who is the daughter of W F Mangum, living a short distance east of town on Denton Creek Rd., grew to woman hood here. The groom is to be heartily congratulated on winning for life partner one who is possessed of the admirable qualities of noble woman hood that have won for her the love and esteem of all who know her. Mr Broer was also born and reared here where he had made a reputation of an industry and uprightness. After an absence of several years he returned to Gonzales and has been engaged in farming the past year. His parents are editor of the Inquire. The Young couple will make their home here. It is told by Josie's niece, "Aunt Josie could take the most simple thing and make something lovely out of it. Her home might not look all that well, but when you went inside it was very lovely." Mangum, Josephine Jodie (I1461)
 
104 Kermit, Texas Cemetery HARPER ROY LEE BlockG-Lot7-Row77-NorthSide Harper, Roy Lee (I726)
 
105 Last address of Hazel Cripe and H.C. Cripe was 334 West Alameda Ave #1, Burbank, Ca. 91502 in 1970.
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In 1930 they are living on Saturn St. near Vineyard. Hazel is married to H. Murl Cripe. They are renting their home with a value of $25.00. H. Murl is 25 years old born in Indiana and both his parents were born in Indiana. He married at age of 20. Hazel R. his wife is 23 years married at age 18 years. He is working in upholstering in manufacturing. They have one daughter Nettie B. born 1/24 in California. They are living next door to her mother and father, Ernest Crundwell and Nettie B.

HAZEL CRIPE 10 Jul 1906 - Jan 1977 91501 (Burbank, Los Angeles, CA 
Crundwell, Hazel R. (I1562)
 
106 Last_Name First_Name Middle_Name B_yr B_mo B_dy Mothers_Last_Name Fathers_Last_Name Sex Bp County_of_Death D_yr D_mo D_dy SS_Number Age idno CRUNDWELL JOSEPH BRADLEY 1918 07 28 MALE TX RIVERSIDE 1995 01 28 561121977 76 0 Crundwell, Joseph Bradley (I1442)
 
107 Letter from Evergreen Cemeteries and Mansoleum, 4301 Alameda Ave., El Paso, Texas states that James E. Hall, born in Quincy, Ill, on August 31, 1901 died Feb 28, 1902 of mengitis. Lastest residence Nacasario, Mex. Funeral arrangements made by Mr. and Mrs. Hall. He is buried in our Cemetery in Section P, Lot 87, grave #1. Hall, James Everett (I8)
 
108 Letter received from Katie W. Ward at 842 Steves Ave, San Antonio, Texas 78210 on Sept 2, 1964.
Dear Janice,
Sorry to be so late in answering your most welcome letter, but have been trying to get some informatiion for you on the Lipps family. Am very sorry I know very little about my grandfather's people. I never even saw my grandmother, she died when I was a baby. But my grandfather lived with my mother and father from the time I was a little girl until I was seventeen. He passed away in Oct. 1909. I don't remember the day. He was very feeble for years and mother and I nursed him until his death. He was a wonderful person. I loved him dearly. He was a real Christian, studied and read his bible every day. And really lived a Chritian life. They say grandma was a sweet person, quite and very reserved. She died young. They had eleven children I believe. I went to Gonzles Sunday to see Aunt Nettie and see if she could tell me anthing. She said she didn't know anything. None of us ever knew where the family bible was or who got it. Grandpa might have given it to his older daughter. But I never saw or heard of it. I can give you the name sof each of his children but I don't know when they born or where. There are only two left and that is Aunt Nettie and Uncle Otis. They were the youngest. Aunt Nettie is in wonderful health and gets around as well as I do. I am 73 and am in very good health, do all my own work, have a single son home with me. My husband passed away two years ago in March. He was 75 at the time of his death. I think it would be wonderful if you could have a family tree. The Johnston have one. I don't have it but there is one for I saw it and it was wonderful.
Hoping this helps a little, but sorry I don't know more.
Sincerely Katie W. Ward
My grandfather children were
Charlie, Fred, Arrie, Abbie, Libby, John, Nannie, Mollie, Nettie, Otis. Sees like there was another child but I can't remember. You might write Bertha Crundwell that is Aunt Abbie's daughter. She might give you some information. Her address is Mrs. Ernest Crundwell, 334 W. Alamed Ave, Burbank, Calif.

INQUIRER 1910 - 1911 From tablets by Kathleen Springs (dec'd) extracted from microfilm at the Gonzales Public Library. The Library does not have personnel to do copy work from this film for researchers. If copies are needed, a local researcher may be employed.
Ward, Arthur, married Katie Johnson, 18 May 1910 
Johnston, Katie Warren (I401)
 
109 Little was known of the early years of the Broers family Texas except that a fourth child Martin was born December 7, 1851 and that the children were privilege to have been born into and reared in a devout Christian home and were taught by precept and example. Martin married Aryanna Lipps of DeWitt County, Texas.

Census of 180 lists Martin as a "machine Agent"

In the obituary of Mamie Broer Rose, daughter of Martin Broer and Arama Lipps, it says: "...at the family home located on N. college St. just across from the City Cemetery....There her father conducted an apiary for years. One of the early specialist of this section in bee culture, he was a contributor to magazines in the east specializing in that industry. At the time of this death many years ago, announcement with a tribute on his contribuions to the industry appeared in these publications."

Gonzales City Cemetery http://www.gvec.net/gonzalesco/gonz010.htm
This cemetery was inventoried by members of STG&H Society in 1973-1974. Entrance is on College Street, Gonzales.
Broers, Martin (Father) Broers, John William, son of M. And Aryanna Broers
Rose, Mamie Blanche Rose, WilliamHarmon, Husband & Father Rose, Farnk W. Rose, Pearlie Martin

Crawford, Aryanna Broers (Mother)


Broer Martin E, inf of Harris Co. Texas 7/25/21 Cert #41313 Page 170

GONZALES INQUIRER Kathleen Springs Transcriptions at Gonzales Archives This file contains 3 Jan 1885-26 Dec 1889
Broer, M., Vol. 34 No. 1 Gonz.Inq. 20 Jun 1885

Broer, M., petitioner, Gonzales Inquirer, 16 Mar 1878 P3 Broers, M., Com. Court List, Gonzales Inquirer, 2 Mar 1878 P3

Broer, M., Vol. 34 No. 1 Gonz.Inq. 20 Jun 1885

Broers, M., signed petition re prohibition, Vol. 26 #49 Gonz.Inq. 17 May 1879 p3 Broers, M., Letter to Editor, Vol. 26 #38 Gonz.Inq. 1 Mar. 1879 p2 Broers, M., Mr., repairs sewing machines, Vol. 26 #39 Gonz.Inq. 8 Mar. 1879 p3 
Broers, Martin (I337)
 
110 Lived in Oroville around 1999. McElhannon, Paulette (I1535)
 
111 Lived in Oroville around 1999. McElhannon, Sharon Paulette (I1535)
 
112 Martin, A.J. and Mrs. S.A. Owen - 01/23/1893 - #5010
This is a list of the original marriage licenses in the Gonzales Records Center and Archives, including licenses 1829 through 1948. Rootsweb 
Family F142
 
113 Marvin Dismukes was from Beeville in 1954. Dismukes, Marvin Temperance (I397)
 
114 MAVIT HATCHEL 03 Aug 1903 Apr 1979 92223 (Beaumont, Riverside, CA (none specified) 448-10-6322 Oklahoma Fritz, Mavit (I3660)
 
115 Mrs. J.W. Dismukes Rites at Floresville by Miss Annie Reese
Last rites for Mrs. J.W. Dismukes, 85 who died sunday Sept. 22, at the Holmes Memorial Hospital, were held Monday afternoon at the Murray Funeral home in Floresville, the former home of the Dismukes family.
The remains were taken there Sunday afternoon by Seydler Funeral home that had charge of local arrangements.
Services were conducted by E. O. Stewart pastor of the Church of God at Sweetwater of which Mrs. Dismukes was a member, in the presence of numerous relatives and friends from near and far, gathered to pay her memory a final tribute.
Passages from the scriptures given during the service included 1st Corinthians, 15; Job, 14:15; Samuel 6:5; Isaiah 15:25; and Romans 5:12.
The dear familiar hymns, "What a Friend We Have in Jesus", and a special favorite, "Land Where We Never Grow Old" marked the service.
Brief graveside services were held in the cemetery out from Floresville where the remains were committed to their last resting place beside those of her husband who passed away years ago, the family living at Floresville for years. Sung as a closing hymn, was "Land That is Fairer Than Day".
Acting pallbearers were three grandsons, Billy Ray Dismukes, James Dismukes, Jr., J.B. Dismukes Jr.; two nephews, Edwin and Ernest Ward; and David Termin.
Numerous beautiful floral sprays marked her last resting place.
In attendance were many relatives and friends from San Antonio, Beeville, West Columbia and Brazoria.
Mollie Harriet Dismukes was born at Hochheim May 22, 1870, daughter of W.E. Lipps, native of Germany and Mary Kaye Lipps native of New York, pioneer citizens of the Hochheim area, where she was reared.
Surviving her are four sons. J. E. Dismukes, San Antonio; Boothe of Floresville, Sterling of Marfa and Marvin of Beeville; seven grandchildren and 5 great grand-children; a brother, Otis Lipps of Farwell, Texas, and a sister, Mrs. W. W. Patterson of this city with whom she had made her home for the past eight years.
Mrs. Dismukes also leaves a number of nieces and nephews including Mrs. Carroll Smith and E. L. Johnston of this city.
Preceding her to the "Home Over There" were four sisters, Mrs. Bill Johnston, widow of Sheriff Bill Johnson of Gonzales; Mrs. J.W. Crawford and Mrs. Brower Broer, also of Gonzales and Mrs. Abby Owen and a brother John Lipps.
Reared in a christian home where she was taught all the finest and best in the principles of christian womanhood, Mrs. Dismukes was a devoted wife and mother and a humble servant of her Lord. 
Lipps, Mary Harriett (I384)
 
116 Name: Clint Buchan Birth: 1885 - Comanche, Texas, USA Death: 1900 - Leon River, Comanche, Texas, USA Parents: George Wesley Buchan, Juda Margaret Malone Buchan, Clint (I3647)
 
117 Name: Eugenie Sidney Buchan Birth: 31 Dec 1887 - De Leon, Comanche, Texas, USA Death: 10 Apr 1932 - Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, USA Marriage: 1923 - Maricopa, Arizona, USA Parents: George Wesley Buchan, Juda Margaret Malone Spouse: Daniel Culp Buchan, Eugenie Sidney (I3648)
 
118 NANNIE JOHNSON 31 Jan 1904 May 1966 63110 (Saint Louis, Saint Louis City, MO) (none specified) 496-36-9475 Missouri Patterson, Nannie Katherine (I594)
 
119 Notes from Marva Hughes -
AryAnna was born in 1855 in DeWitt County. She is listed with the family in the 1860 and 1870 census records. On June 24, 1974, AryAnna married Martin Broers, youngest son of Schweer and Deepke Broers. By the time of the 1880 census, Martin and AryAnna had two children, Mary B. (4), and John W. (2). Mary B. is most likely the "Mamie Blanche" who married William Harmon "Will" Rose, a bartender, on March 10, 1981. Martin's occupation was listed as a "machine agent," and Mamie's birthjplace was listed as "Goliad, Texas." A thrid child, Charles Fredrick, was born in Gonzales on November 24, 1880. John william Broers died August 18, 1884 at the age of six years. Martin Broers died in 1887 at the age of 36.
AryAnna married John W. Crawford on February 28, 1889, in Gonzales. He had evidently been married previously also, for two of his sons lived with the couple at the time of the census of 1900. They were Charles F., born in February of 1881, and John A., born in March of 1884. This is somewhat confusing, since they have the same first names as AryAnna's and Martin Broers' sons. Their middle names and dates of birth, however, clearly identify them as John's children by a previous marriage. Crawford's occupation at the time is not legible on the microfilm, but AryAnna's is listed as "Bees and honey." They had a boarder by the name of JCC Abraham, a "daylaborer." On April 2, 1924, Lot 3 Bk 10 Badger Additon was sold by AryAnna Crawford to Mamie B. Rose.
AryAnn die in 1936 and is buried in the City of Gonzales Cemetery with her first husband, Martin Broers, their son, John William, and the Rose family.
Aryanna was buried in I.O.O.F Cemetry, Gonzales, Gonzales, Texas.

Index to Beck/Buffington Funeral Home Records. Listings of deaths include birth date and place, death date and place, occupation, residence, county, nativity, parents names and places of birth, occupation and other invaluable information.
CRAWFORD, ARYANNA , Vol 2A p55
CRAWFORD, FRANK , Vol 2A p55 
Lipps, Aryanna A (I335)
 
120 Obituary for Mamie Broer Rose reads:
Final Rites were held here Friday afternoon for Mrs. Mamie Broer Rose, 82, of Yoakum who died in the Huth Memorial Hospital there Wednesday, May 7.
Following servicess conducted at the Buffington chapel at 2 jp.m. by the Rev. Geo. william, the funeral cortege arrived at the City cemetery here shortly after 3 p.m. where the remains were commited to their last resting place in the family lot with burial rites by the officiating minister.
Pallbearers were Alfred Taylor, John Myllius, Fred Wolsdrof, Joe Jarmon, Claude Woodrome and c.R. Yeiser of Yoakum.
Survivors include a son, Frank Rose of Yoakum, a brother, Fred Broer of San Benito, besides nieces and nephews, other relatives. Her husband and a baby daughter preceded her in death years ago.
Mamie Broer Rose was the only daugher of Martin Broer and Arama Lipps Broer doth descendants of pioneer family of Gonzales and the Hochheim area. Born and reared in Gonzales, Mrs. Rose grew to womanhood here at the family home located on N. College St. just across from the City Cemetery. There her father conducted an apiary for years. one of the early specialits of this section in bee culture, he was a contributor to magazines in the east specializing in that industry. At the time of his death many years ago, announcement with the tribute on his contributions to the industry appeared in these publications.
For years after her marriage, Mrs. Rose continued to live on the same property occuping a new home built by the family on N. College St. just across from the entrance to the historic City cementery. It is now the residence of Mrs. Charlie Graves. Moving to Yoakum some years ago, Mrs. Rose, however spent most of her life as a resident of Gonzales. Her parents, pioneer members of the local christian church once numbering a considerable congregation owning the church edifice now the Latin American Presbyterian Church.
Mrs. Rose was a niece of Mrs. W.W. Patterson of this city and the late Mrs. Bill Johnston, widow of former Sheriff Johnston here. She was a cousin of E.L. Johnston, Mrs. Carroll Smith and Miss Annie Reese. Other relatives most of whom are descendants of the same pioneer families of this area, reside in San Antonio, the Rio Grand Valley, East Texas, Rising Star and Lubbock.

Burial was at City of Gonzales Cemetery, Gonzales, Texas.



MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, VISITED BY MISS JULIA HARRIS; Friday, Sep. 5, 1902 Locals MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, HAS GUEST; Friday, July 18, 1902 MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, PRESENT; Friday, Aug. 8, 1902 Henderson's Party MARTIN, MRS. J.R., VISITED BY SISTER, MISS MAUD McLENDON; Friday, Sep. 5, 1902 MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, ON PROGRAM July 8; Friday, July 4, 1902 Debate Society MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, AT ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAY; Friday, July 18, 1902 MARTIN, M/M J.R., BABY GIRL BORN SUNDAY; Friday, Aug. 1, 1902 MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, VISITED HARWOOD SUNDAY; Friday, Aug. 8, 1902 Personal MARTIN, MAMIE, AT SMITH PARTY LAST FRIDAY NIGHT; Friday, Aug. 8, 1902 MARTIN, MAUDE, AT SMITH PARTY LAST FRIDAY NIGHT; Friday, Aug. 8, 1902 MARTIN, J.R., FOUND MONEY IN CISTERN; Friday, Dec. 5, 1902 Local News Notes MARTIN, MRS. J.R., HOSTING CEMETERY ASSOCIATION; Friday, Oct. 17, 1902 MARTIN, J.R., HELPING TO PAY NIGHT WATCHMAN; Friday, Sep. 19, 1902 MARTIN, J.R., ADVERTISER IN 1891; Friday, Nov. 7, 1902 Dispatch 25 Apr 1891 MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, WAS HERE SUNDAY; Friday, Nov. 7, 1902 Personal Mention
MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, VISITED BY MISS JULIA HARRIS; Friday, Sep. 5, 1902 Locals
MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, HAS GUEST; Friday, July 18, 1902
MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, PRESENT; Friday, Aug. 8, 1902 Henderson's Party MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, ON PROGRAM July 8; Friday, July 4, 1902 Debate Society MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, AT ENTERTAINMENT TUESDAY; Friday, July 18, 1902 MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, VISITED HARWOOD SUNDAY; Friday, Aug. 8, 1902 Personal MARTIN, MAMIE, AT SMITH PARTY LAST FRIDAY NIGHT; Friday, Aug. 8, 1902
MARTIN, MISS MAMIE, WAS HERE SUNDAY; Friday, Nov. 7, 1902 Personal Mention 
Broers, Mamie Blanche (I338)
 
121 Occupation: Bartender

He was buried in the City of Gonzales Cemetery

Rose, Will, to Harwood with his string band, Vol. 2 No. 218 Daily Inq. 10 Feb 1899
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Possibility that William H and Mamie divorced.
In 1910 she is listed with her son Frank and widowed living in Gonales and a seamtress to a private family. Date is 21 of April 1910
Will could be listed with his brother, Alfred. Will is listed as divorced and a bar tender in Cuero, Dewitt County. Frank a nephew to Alfred, who is age 16 is there also listed below Will. Date is 18 & 19 April 1910. 
Rose, William Harmon (I346)
 
122 Patterson, Clarence, married Dorothy E. Cade, 17 May 1927
1917 Inquirer 
Family F227
 
123 Patterson, Clyde M., married Dale Ellison, 5 Aug 1933
1933 Inquirer 
Family F228
 
124 Patterson, Inez, married A. Carroll Smith, 4 Sept 1922
1922 Inquirer 
Family F225
 
125 Patterson, Nannie Kate, married Lloyd A. Johnson, 3 May 1926
INQUIRER 1926 From tablets by Kathleen Spring (dec'd) extracted from microfilm at the Gonzales Public Library. 
Family F226
 
126 Patterson, O. Earl and Myrtle Zumwalt - 12/28/1921 - #13552
This is a list of the original marriage licenses in the Gonzales Records Center and Archives, including licenses 1829 through 1948.
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Family F224
 
127 Patterson, W.W. and Nettie C. Lipps - 12/06/1894 - #5358
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Family F139
 
128 Peachy Brooks Malone and Sarah Margaret Burson had 8 children, 7 daughters and 1 son, Robert Henry. The mother of Robert may not be Sarah Brown but may be Sarah Burson.
According to the Federal census of 1840, Peachy and Sarah Margaret were living in Campbell County, Georgia. They had one child at that time, Luticia.
The Chattahoochee River meandered through the middle of Campbell County from the northeast to southwest. Campbell County was divided sometime after 1860. It became Douglas County north of the Chattahoochee and Fulton County south of the river. Douglasville is the present county seat of Douglas County and Atlanta is the county seat of Fulton County.
Sometime between 1846, the Malone family moved to Cherokee County, Alabama, about 70 miles distant. They settled in the vicinity of the Coosa and Chatooga Rivers. It is noted as the 27 District on the 1850 Census. They had been blessed with the arrival of four more daughters, Mary, aroline, Missouri and Sarah. The spring of 1852 must have been a happy one for Peachy and Margaret, for that was when their only son, Robert Henry was born.
The oldest daughter married Jessie Woodard. The Woodards were neighbors in Cherokee County, Alabama. Most of the Woodards stayed in Alabama when the Malones journeyed on to Texas.
On December 24, in 1857, another daughter, Juda, was born. The Malone family and relatives, the John McGinnis family, started on their journey to Texas most likely in the year 1860. They embarked on a steamship at Mobile Alabama, sailed down Mobile Bay into the Gulf of Mexico, then to Louisiana and up the Mississippi River to the Red River and on to Shreveport Louisiana. From there they navigated to the Red River and Big Cypress River to the riverport of Jefferson, Texas.
Peachy paid poll tax, a prerequisite to voiting, in 1861 and 1862 in Harrison County, Texas. As tax rolls are increased one year after arrival of a citizen in the county, we can assume that Peachy and family came to Harrison County in 1860 and left in 1862. Jesse Woodard and James Woodard had paid their poll tax in Upshur County in 1859. In 1860, Jesse is listed as owning 117 acres in J J Johnson Survey with a value of $125.00. It is thought that Jesse and Catherine Woodard were the first of our Malone family to imigrate to Texas about 1858, as their second child, William Hardy Woodard, was born in Texas on December 2, 1859.
Peachy and Sarah Margaret's last child, a daughter was born on December 28 1861, near Marshall Texas. Their second daughter Mary Jane, had married John Forkwood Buchan a few months earlier on Se;ptember 25, 1861.
Peachy is buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Cisco, Texas. 
Malone, Peachy Brooks (I3674)
 
129 Personal knowledge of undocumental information Source (S396)
 
130 Personal knowledge of undocumented information Source (S379)
 
131 Personal knowledge of undocumented information Source (S388)
 
132 Personal knowledge of undocumented information Source (S394)
 
133 Personal knowledge of undocumented information Source (S399)
 
134 Personal knowledge of undocumented information Source (S400)
 
135 Personal knowledge of undocumented information Source (S401)
 
136 Personal knowledge of undocumented information Source (S402)
 
137 Personal knowledge of undocumented information Source (S403)
 
138 Personal knowledge received from AnnaLee Hall Source (S347)
 
139 Personal knowledgte of undocumented information Source (S398)
 
140 Possible death: DOW HANCOCK 04 Jul 1905 Jan 1983 79107 (Amarillo, Potter, TX 79107 (Amarillo, Potter, TX ) 466-16-0220 Texas Hancock, Dow W (I3161)
 
141 Received a letter from Aunt Nettie Patterson on Aug 23, 1956.
Dear Janice, Your letter and papers came some time ago, and should have been answered. But I have not been well. I have arthritis in my hands, sometimes I can hardly hold my pen. I believe you are my great great niece, are you not. I am sending a list of the old Lipps family names. Sorry I don't have ages and dates of all. Wishing you good luck in what you have undertaken. I am 83 years old or will be 6th of Oct. I was glad to hear from you. Write me again sometime.
Love and Best Wishes, Aunt Nettie Patterson.
On anther paper she wrote the names of her siblings with the comments
William Ernest Lipps died at the age of 85 in Gonzales, Texas was born in Germany and came to U.s. when 15 years old. Married to my mother, Mary Kringle in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. All of the children have passed away
except myself and brother Otis.

Received a letter from Aunt Nettie on Oct 1, 1958
Dear Janice,
Your sweet letter came over a year ago. I am ashamed that I have waited so long to anser, was glad to hear from you. I guess you are back in school or maybe married fore now. I don't believe you have told me your age. I would guess tho about 16 or 17 guessing from the looks of your picture. How are all my kin out that way. Did you visit your grandmother Lipps this summer. I haven't heard from her in months, I hope she is feeling better and her eye site has returned. Its bad enough to be old and to be blind with it is awful. My eyes are bad to, and my hearing also, my voice is about gone. I have always loved to sing but can't anymore.
Well we are having another wet winter. Its been raining for the past 3 weeks and its turned real cool. I have had a fire all day. But its time for winter. You know in your letter you ask the names of my grandparents, well on my mother's side her name was Kringle. and my father's mother before she married Lipps was Nemire, I don't know her given name. She I guess would be my gret grandmother, on my fathers side, no, I am wrong, she would be my grandmother. My mother has been dead 67 years. and father about 50 years, he was 85 and mother was 59 or 60 years old. We have no record, or at least I don't. Sorry I don't. The old Bible well I just don't know what ever went with it. Time rolls on and we forget. I think tho, Katie Ward has it. She is a niece of your grandpa Lipps, John Lipps. She is a daughter of your Aunt Nannie Lipps Johnston. She has been dead 4 years. You might wirte Katie and she may be able to tell you more. Her address is Mrs. Arthur Ward 842 Steves "Ave, San Antonio 20 Texas. If and when I see her I'll tell her all about what you are trying to do, now please excuse my long delay in answering your letter, write me again some time and tell me all about yourself and family. Honey, the 6th of this month Oct, I'll be 85 years old, isn't that awful. I am a little older than your granmother Lipps, her birthday is in Jan, I think. Love to you Aunt Nettie Patterson.
P.S. I have a married daughter living in Yuma Arizona. Name and address is Opal Reid or Mrs. A.J. Reid. 1334 9th Ave, yuma, Az. I don't know how far that is from Lowell, Ariz. If you ever go down that way drop in and see her. She is my youngest daughter of six dhildren. Aunt Nettie

??Patterson, Mrs. Nellie, Tribute, poem by Mrs. F.L. Martin, 15 Jan 1932

Buried Gonzales City Cemetery.This cemetery was inventoried by members of STG&H Society in 1973-1974. Entrance is on College Street, Gonzales. 
Lipps, Nettie Carson (I385)
 
142 Reply to letter to Seydler Funeral Home in Gonzales, Texas, 1 Aug 1959, says
there is record of William Ernest Lipps in Volume #3, page 8 of the Death Records of Gonzales County stating W. E. Lipps, Caucasian, native of Germany, citizen of U.S., resident of Gonzales, died in Gonzales on 26 Oct 1909 at the age of 85 years, 4 months and 19 days which would make his birthdate June 7, 1824. 
Source (S28)
 
143 Ronald James Dirlam was excommunicated from the LDS church about 1977.
Ronald James Dirlam divorced Janice Marie Hall 24 May 1979 File Dr 104412, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona.
Ronald James Dirlam divorced Joyce Irene Tresler 3 Oct 1968.
Children from this marriage: Cheryl Irene Dirlam born 1 Feb 1960
Cathleen Joyce Dirlam, born 4 Aug 1961 died abt 1988
Ronald James Dirlam born 3 May 1963

BOONE RICHARD D 20 DIRLAM CATHLEEN J 20 1981 08 22 LOS ANGELES HULL BARRY L 24 DIRLAM CHERYL I 22 1982 05 21 LOS ANGELES 
Dirlam, Ronald James (I29)
 
144 Ronald James Dirlam was excommunicated from the LDS church about 1977.
Ronald James Dirlam divorced Janice Marie Hall 24 May 1979 File Dr 104412, Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona.
Ronald James Dirlam divorced Joyce Irene Tresler 3 Oct 1968.
Children from this marriage: Cheryl Irene Dirlam born 1 Feb 1960
Cathleen Joyce Dirlam, born 4 Aug 1961 died abt 1988
Randel James Dirlam born 3 May 1963 
Dirlam, Ronald James (I29)
 
145 RUBY FARRIS 23 Aug 1910 04 May 1995 79364 (Slaton, Lubbock, TX ) (none specified) 461-54-5898 Texas Lipps, Ruby (I439)
 
146 Sally Abbie is first mentioned in the census of DeWitt County in 1870, whenshe is listed as a 10 year old daughter of William E. and Mary H. Lips. She was married April 21, 1880, in Cuero, DeWitt County, to Mr. Uriah Owen. The ceremony was performed by Woodlief Thomas, 'minister of the gospel." Witnesses to the event were Martin Broer and Wm. E. Lips. In the census of 1880, the couple is listed in the household of William E. and Mary H. along with Fred, Nannie,Mollie, Nettie and Otis. His occupation is given as "dentist."
On July 31, 1883 a daughter, Nettie Bertha Owen was born in Leesville, Gonzales, Texas. According to the certificate of birth, the mother, Sallie Abbie, was born in Cuero and 23 at the time of this birth. The father, Uriah, was born in Saybrook, Illinois, and was 33. His occupation was listed as "dentist" here as well.The February 13, 1886, issue of the Gonzales Inquirer carried a notice which reads: U. Owens, The Dentist--Office over Mrs. Green's Millinery store. Will visit residences. All kinds of dentistry done and warranted."
Uriah died in 1889, and this brief article appeared in the Inquirer on April 4, 1889:
Dr. U. Owens, who practiced dentistry in this county for a number of years, died Monday from heart disease, at the resident of Frank baker, six miles west of Hochheim.
The next record of Abbie is in 1891, when the June 18 issue of the Inquirer reported that "Miss Sarah Owens, who has been teaching school at Beeville, returned to Gonzales this week."
On January 23, 1893, Abbie married Andrew John Martin. He ha two children by a previous marriage, (1880 Census, Blance County, lists Andrew J. Martin 27, his wife, Lina V., 19, a son, Charles, 1, and brother -in-law, Samuel S. Skaggs, 16. Birthplaces of martin and his parents are all "TN' which is consistent with the 1900 census in which he is listed with Sallie Abbie.), Charles N. (b Dec 1879) and Arthur J. (b. jan 1883). Bythis time, Andrew and Abbie had a son, Claud, who was born in January 1889.The obituary of W.E. lips in 1909 states that his daughter, Mrs. A. J. Martin, lived in Brownwood at the time. In the 1910 census of Brown County, Andrew J. and Sallie A. are listed with their son, Claud C., age 11.
This was written by Marva Hughes.

???died 1921 in California 
Lipps, Sallie Abigal (I387)
 
147 Seal Lilly to both husbands.

There is no mention of Lillie in the City Directory in 1893 which one would assume she is living with a family member and not head of a household. In 1894 Lillie is working as a Steno at the Candy Brothers Store and living at 4435 W. Bell Place. She continues to live there in 1895-96 but has changed her job as a steno at the Ober Nester Glass Co. In 1897 Lillie is no longer mentioned in the City Directory. 
Coghill, Lilly Minerva (I4)
 
148 She was married April 21, 1880, in Cuero, DeWitt, Texas to Mr. uriah owen. The ceremony was preformed by Woodlief Thoma, 'minister of the gospel." Witnesses to the event were Martin Broer and Wm. E. Lips. Family F141
 
149 Since 1992 the church administration has made copies of the original church records and they are now centralized in Hofgeismar, where Mr. H. Rudloph is in charge. These are works of the late Pastor Grundler. Source (S27)
 
150 Smith / Carol, Inf of / 4-16-1924 / 23875 Smith, Charissa (I3609)
 

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