Collier cousins

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4 generations
Dick and Elois Clark, Nell Clark Collier Shuffield, Paul Collier, Justin Collier

Aaron Bible
Son of George Bible, grandson of Christian Bible

Bible Home
Mordicia Bible's son Edward lived here

Cantwell Family 1932-1934
This is the family of Evie Fry Cantwell
Evie is the half sister of Margaret Franklin Fry Clark

Children of Dick and Elois Clark
Jack, Tommie, Nell, and Donny

Clark brothers
Joe Clark and his sons Hugh, Tom, Claude and Dick

Clark, Gunter, and Myers
Seated: Tom Ural and Mary Molly Beene Myers
Standing: Nell Clark, Elois Clark (holding her son Tommie) and Etole Gunter
Taken at the Myers home about 1 mile from Lometa toward Brownwood, Texas

Claude Clark

Dick and Elois Clark

Clark Home
Home of Dick and Elois Clark
San Saba, Texas

Donny Clark
Daughter of Dick and Elois Clark

Eula and Elois Gunter
Children of Fred and Etol Gunter


Hugh Clark, Willie Clark Carroll, Ollie Clark Walden, Lucy Clark Ballew, and Claude Clark

Clarks 1948
Willie Carroll, Ollie Walden, Lucy Ballew, Mary Gray, Lora Lee Clark, Elois Clark, baby-Wanda Rowan and small fry-Tommie Joe Clark

Clark Family Photo 1960 or 1961
Dick and Elois Clark, children and grandchildren

Clark Family Photo 1967
Dick and Elois Clark, children and grandchildren

Clarks 1967

Clark Sisters
Willie, Lucy, Granny Maggie, and Mary Clark

Covered Bridge
Bridge SignThis covered bridge was built by Christian Bible. It was built ca. 1800.
It is located at Denver Bible Lane, near Warrensburg, Tennessee.

Dee Harkey
L to R (front row)Myrtle D. Harkey, Dee Harkey, Sophie Harkey
L to R (back row)Sidney Brown, Eva Brown, Corbett Harkey

Elois Gunter on Volleyball Team-1925
seated E.E. Pearce, coach of Live Oak School Volleyball team
L to R (front row) Odessa Spears, Elois Gunter, Rena Williams, Raye McNatt, Willie Low
L to R (back row) Mabel Taylor, Elsie Barker, Ona Low

Fort Croghan
Burnet, Burnet County, Texas

Jack and Nell Clark
Children of Dick and Elois Clark

John and Jesse Gunter
This is a picture of John Asa Gunter, son of Thomas and Delphenia. John was born in 1873 and died in 1943. This is his first wife, Jessie Lee Newman, born 9 Feb. 1880 and died 17 May 1902.

Old Fry House
Located on the Fort Croghan Site in Burnet, Texas it was built ca. 1856 by William Perry. Later the home of John W. Fry and his family of 10 children, and also of Aaron Fry and his family of 11 children.

Gideon and Abigail Bible Lyda
daughter of Samuel Bible

Harriet Ellison Hood (1837-1912)
wife of Barrs Hood

Hugh Clark
Holding babies Oleta Bible and Mozelle Lewis

Hugh and Mary Ann Clark

Joseph "Barrs" Hood (1831-1915)
Brother of Mary Polly Hood Clark

Joseph and Margaret Clark

Margaret Clark and her father Thomas Fry

Maybelle Clark Linebarger (1879-1981)
100th birthday
Daughter of Hugh Clark and Mary Ann Bible

Oscie and May Clark

San Saba Church of Christ
established in 1856
Dick Clark (pappaw) worked on the basement

Sarah Frances Poe and John Ludlow Gunter
John Ludlow Gunter is brother to Canzada and Thomas Jefferson Gunter

Spinning and Flax Wheels
These were made by Jacob Bible for his daughter Emeline Bible Hall
The picture was given to me by Belinda Hall Hilliard

Thomas and Delphenia Gunter
This is a picture of a picture, taken at the San Saba Musueum, Texas.

Thomas Gunter and his 7 sons
Fred Gunter is standing in the back row far right.

Tom and Molly Myers

Tommie Joe Clark
Korea 50 cal machine gun


1925 picture of Milton Collier's 5 sons

Claude and Eula Collier

Claude and Eula Collier's 50th wedding anniversary
Claude and Eula (seated)
Standing: Claude Jr., Nan, Mary, Elaine, Doug and Rex

Claude Jr. in service

Collier Brothers
Commodore Perry, Andrew Jackson, and William DeWitt

Collier Cousins
Back row (L-R) Paul Ryder, Elaine Collier, Rex Collier On the next row down La Delle Collier, Nancy Collier, Kenneth Collier, and Ed Collier. Third row from top:  Jerry Collier, Doug Collier, Lela Mae Collier Bottom row:  Jo Ann Collier, Mary Collier, E. Glenn Collier

Doug, Rex and Claude Collier Jr.

Eula Futterer Collier (background), Mattie (Mary) Phears holding Sarah Joe Harlien

Fayette and Jewell Collier

Floree Massey Collier and Claude Collier, Jr.

Goldthwaite Farm Home of Claude and Eula Collier
Cherry, Nell, and E. Haynes 1961

Goldthwaite High School Class of 1943
Claude C. Collier, Jr. on third row far left

Goldthwaite, Texas 2002

Jane Blankenship Phears
wife of Absalom Phears

Jane Blankenship Phears with daughter Mary Elizabeth Phears
Jane pictured on left

John Henry Futterer

John Henry Futterer
Holding Nancy Collier

Keene Collier
In the vegetable garden on 8th street in Brownwood, TX

Martha Cathleen Phears
Daughter of William and Sarah Jane Layne Phears
Mattie Phears (1857-1935)

Martha Keene Collier with Sisters
left to right Mamie Ryder, Bess, Keene and unknown

Betty Clemons, McDonald Phears, Kitty Clemons

Milton Collier and sons
Milton Collier, Sr., Rob, Claude, Raymond and Fayette

Home of Mattie Phears
Minnie Futterer Harlien and Eula Futterer were living here in 1920
Hamilton County, Texas

Phears Family Photographs
Thanks to Susan Merren who these pictures came from!

Photos from the Phears Family Photo Album belonging to Sally Gregory

Rockdale High School and Rockdale Junior High 1922-1979
History of the School Story

Sarah Jane Layne Phears
wife of William Phears and later Thomas Phears
Photograph taken in Burton, Texas

William T. Harlien and Mattie (Mary)Phears


Charlie and Mary Daniel

Charlie and Mary Daniel
With sons Gary, Franklin and Charles

Charlie James Daniel (1910-1988)

Charlie James and Mattie Cotton Daniel

Charlie Newton Daniel (1869-1917)
Son of James and Fannie Pugh Daniel

Cottons 1912
Willie Parnell Cotton and wife Susan Morgan Cotton with children Emmie Adelle Cotton, Joseph Parnell Cotton, Robert Wylie Cotton, John Holly Cotton, and the little girl is Mary Emma Cotton, far right corner-Willie's father, William Gary Cotton.

Cotton, Willie Parnell and Sam Austin
abt 1945
Dallas, Texas

Home of Charlie James and Mary Daniel
Thomaston, Georgia

James Lamar Daniel baby picture
Son of Charlie and Mattie Daniel

Jim and Sallie Clay

Jim Daniel
Son of Charlie and Mattie Daniel
Jim is pictured in the middle.
He's with some Navy friends.

James Lamar Daniel

Johnnie Benjamin Daniel (1882-1918)

Mae Burnette and Deurell Daniel
Children of Johnnie and Sallie Daniel

Joyce Hamrick Moody and James Lamar Daniel
Grandchildren of Thos Lee Cotton

Mary Burnette Daniel

Mary Daniel (1911-1998)

Sallie Daniel with Grandchild Sheryl Daniel
Sheryl is the daughter of Myers Daniel

Sallie Eliza Driskill Daniel (1888-1964)

Wedding of Jim and Gladys Daniel

Will Lee Cotton

Willie Parnell Cotton family
Doris, Mary, Adelle, Willie, John H., Susie, Robert
Dallas, Texas 1945


Adolph (Buddy)Obenhaus and Agnes Buhrkuhl

Alvin and Gertrude Gloyna

Baptismal basin
Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Warda, Texas

Ben Nevis
Pictured at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Serbin, Texas

Ernest Graf home

Ernest Graf family
Ernest and Marie Graf and children

Five-in-One School

Henry Obenhaus family
Agnes and Buddy Obenhaus, Cora Washburn, Henry and Anna Obenhaus

Holy Cross Lutheran Church at Warda, Texas

Johanna Obenhaus 1832-1905

Marie Theresa Kubitz Graf

Mary Graf (1906-1963)

Michael Schoppa
Fayette County, Texas

Obenhaus Family Photo 1926

Obenhaus Family Photo 1955

Obenhaus Family Reunion about 1974

Obenhaus Home
This picture was taken just after building the home about 1911 in the Five In One Community, Texas.

Obenhaus Family in 1911
Alvene and Otto Obenhaus, in lap-Clara Cora Obenhaus, standing-Mary, Walter and Millie

Otto Obenhaus family
Otto and Alvene Obenhaus and family

Paul Graf (1899-1986)

Paul Graf in front of home, Vernon

Paul Graf Family 

St. Paul Lutheran Church at Serbin, Texas

Texas Wendish Museum

Wedding of Charles and Jeanette Graf
Dec. 18, 1951

Wedding of Werner and Thelma Graf
about 1948

Wedding of Harold and Janet Obenhaus

Zion Lutheran Church near Vernon, Texas
Another picture of Zion Lutheran Church taken in 1921

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