Anna Olive McGinty
F, (25 February 1877 - 6 May 1878)
|Birth*||25 February 1877 ||Anna was born at Flatonia, Fayette Co., Texas, on 25 February 1877. |
|Census*|| ||She was listed as a resident in the census report at Confederate Cemetery, Alvin, Brazoria Co., Texas. |
|Death*||6 May 1878 ||She died at Flatonia, Fayette Co., Texas, on 6 May 1878 at age 1. |
|Biography*|| ||Mrs. Thomas D. (Patty Bennett) McGinty wrote in a 25 Jul 1988 letter that Anna Olive was originally buried in the Flatonia Cemetery but was later moved to the Old Confederate Cemetery in Alvin, TX. |
Charles Flato McGinty
M, (5 May 1878 - 2 March 1936)
|Birth*||5 May 1878 ||Charles was born at Flatonia, Fayette Co., Texas, on 5 May 1878. |
|Marriage*||6 November 1907 ||He married Sadie Evans McGaffey at Houston, Harris Co., Texas, on 6 November 1907 at age 29. |
|Death*||2 March 1936 ||He died at Houston, Harris Co., Texas, on 2 March 1936 at age 57. |
|Burial*|| ||His body was interred at Hollywood Cemetery, Houston, Harris Co., Texas. |
|Biography*|| ||Culpepper Heritage Association records preserve the following entries from Charles Flato McGinty's diary: In his diary of 1901, he states, "Been clerking in shoe dept. of F. F. Mistrot, Mech. and 24th, Galveston, Texas, since October 4, 1900. At present batching with Brother Frank and Jim Drisdale in Rm 13 NW cor 20th Str." In this diary he keeps a record of his money, his working hours, visitors and dates with various young ladies, mostly to church. On March 12, 1904, he writes, "I quit keeping any record from here on as I became so busy on account of having charge of the Houston Branch office of the A. M. B. A. Will give a smattering record of the most important things that happened as near as I can recollect. The place where I was boarding on this date turned out to be the mother of Doc Williams, an old boy fried of mine. Was put in temporary charge of this office at a salary of $50 per month. After about 2 weeks of hard work and lots of difficulties with the agents then in the office, I at last got rid of that force of agents, then Mr. A. Silvers came and took charge and I was made his Asst. Supt. at the same salary. About six moths passed in which nothing of great importance happened then Mr. Silvers was promoted to General Manager of the Assn. and mr. Jas. R. Gee was made Supt. in his place Mr. Johstone, one of the agents was poromoted to second Asst. and I as first Asst. A few months passed, nothing happened. About every other Sunday would go down to Alvin(home). After Mr. Gee was put in charge, he was transferred to San Antonio Branch office and mr. L. A. Murff from Galveston office was put in his place. After Mr. Murff was in the office a few weeks he was taken away and Mrs. H. P. Price was put in his place. All this time our office had been in the Moore-Burnette Bldg, Rm 210. In fall of 1902 we four brothers went into the Grain and Feed Business at Spindle Top." |
Sadie Evans McGaffey
F, (18 December 1885 - 13 May 1948)
|Birth*||18 December 1885 ||Sadie was born at Luling, Caldwell Co., Texas, on 18 December 1885. |
|Marriage*||6 November 1907 ||She married Charles Flato McGinty at Houston, Harris Co., Texas, on 6 November 1907 at age 21. |
|Married Name||6 November 1907 || As of 6 November 1907, her married name was McGinty. |
|Death*||13 May 1948 ||She died at Houston, Harris Co., Texas, on 13 May 1948 at age 62. |
Linda Ella McGinty
F, (27 July 1881 - 2 February 1899)
John Bunyan McGinty
M, (20 July 1883 - 8 February 1956)
F, (8 June 1882 - 15 March 1962)
James Milton McGinty Jr.
M, (4 October 1885 - 21 December 1969)
- E-mail written 2003 to Lew Griffin from Sheri Willis Lyles.
Lillie Bea Crouch
F, (14 December 1896 - )
Laurie James Vauchelet
M, (25 July 1893 - 22 February 1937)
Paul Henry Vauchelet
M, (11 November 1898 - 5 August 1946)
Bryan Francis Vauchelet
M, (15 February 1903 - 25 November 1929)
Miriam Marguerite Vauchelet
F, (28 June 1907 - 10 May 1988)
|Birth*||28 June 1907 ||Miriam was born at Beaumont, Jefferson Co., Texas, on 28 June 1907. |
|Marriage*||1 January 1945 ||She married Robert Wilson Bailey at Florence, Tuscany, Italy, on 1 January 1945 at age 37. |
|Married Name||1 January 1945 || As of 1 January 1945, her married name was Bailey. |
|Death*||10 May 1988 ||She died at Kailua, Hawaii Co., Hawaii, on 10 May 1988 at age 80. |
Robert Wilson Bailey
M, (say 1905 - )
Milton Bowles McGinty
M, (11 August 1905 - 28 January 2000)
|Birth||11 August 1905 ||He was born on 11 August 1905 at Flatonia, Fayette Co., Texas.1 |
|Birth*||11 August 1905 ||Milton was born at Saratoga, Hardin Co., Texas, on 11 August 1905. |
|Marriage*||28 August 1929 ||He married Ruth Louise Dreaper at Houston, Harris Co., Texas, on 28 August 1929 at age 24. |
|Marriage*||10 July 1974 ||He married Mary Viola Davis Cooper at Houston, Harris Co., Texas, on 10 July 1974 at age 68. |
|Death*||28 January 2000 ||He died at Houston, Harris Co., Texas, on 28 January 2000 at age 94.1 |
|Burial*||say 1 February 2000 ||His body was interred say 1 February 2000 at Forest Park Cemetery, Houston, Harris Co., Texas.1 |
|Biography*|| ||Milton was a graduate of Rice Institute and was the recipient Ward Watkins Architectural Scholarship allowing him to study abroad. He returned to Houston and married his sweetheart, Ruth Louise Dreaper. Milton was one of the architects that designed Rice Stadium, Methodist Hospital Complex in the Med Center, Houston Baptist College, and numerous others. He was very family oriented and was famous for his pancake breakfasts.|
"The Houston Chronicle," 24 May 1957: "NEIGHBOR OF NOTE - Architect McGinty Is Award Winner
In Florence, Italy, nearly 30 years ago, an architectural student from Houston worked patiently for weeks on drawings of the interior and exterior of the Pazzi Chapel.
Faithfully reproducing the chapel drawings, he learned much of the work of the architects of the Italian Renaissance.
Thus did Milton B. McGinty earn credit in the American Academy in Florence before establishing himself as a practicing Houston architect.
The chapel drawings were part of nearly a year's architectural study and travel in Italy, France, Spain and England, on the first traveling fellowship ever awarded at Rice Institute.
The scholarship had been awarded by the late William Ward Watkin, head of the architectural department of Rice for years.
In the years since that tour of Europe he won at Rice, McGinty has served as president of the Houston Chapter, American Institute of Architects; president of the Texas Society of Architects and as director in the A.I.A.
In 1949 he was named a Fellow in the A.I.A., a high distinction for an architect and served six years on the State Board of Architectural Examiners.
McGinty is co-ordinating architect for the Houston Public School System and is serving for the 16th year as a member of the City Planning Commission.
McGinty was one of the architects of the Rice Stadium and was architect for the new Masonic Temple on Montrose Blvd. and of the Methodist Hospital in the Texas Medical Center.
A native of Saratoga, where he was born in 1905, McGinty lived for part of his boyhood in Roswell, N.M., and the remainder in Houston.
He was married in 1929 to Miss Ruth Dreaper, daughter of retired banker Jack Dreaper.
They have a married daughter, Mrs. George Laigle, wife of a professional engineer; and three sons, the eldest, John, a senior in architecture at Rice.
A brother, Burke McGinty, is a professional associate.
The Milton McGinty family lives at 2203 Yorktown Drive."
"ARCHI-ARTS BALL TO REVIVE CAESAR'S ERA
Togas, head wreaths and cries of "Hail Caesar!" will bring the days of the Roman Empire into the Shamrock Hilton Hall of Exhibits Saturday night for the Rice Institue Archi-Arts Ball.
Several hundred persons are expected at the colorful dance and pageant that is held to raise money for the William Ward Watkin Memorial Traveling Fellowship.
The fellowship, worth $1500, goes each year to the graduate architectural student who wins in a competition. The first winner of the ward, in 1928, was Milton B. McGinty of 2203 Yorktown, who is now a successful Houston architect and a patron of the Rice Architecture Society.
The society sponsors the annual costume ball. This year, one of eight coeds will be chosen queen, and she with another student named "Caesar Augustus," will reign as in 27 B.C."1
Ruth Louise Dreaper
F, (2 March 1907 - 23 October 1972)
|Birth*||2 March 1907 ||Ruth was born at Houston, Harris Co., Texas, on 2 March 1907. |
|Marriage*||28 August 1929 ||She married Milton Bowles McGinty at Houston, Harris Co., Texas, on 28 August 1929 at age 22. |
|Married Name||28 August 1929 || As of 28 August 1929, her married name was McGinty. |
|Death*||23 October 1972 ||She died at Houston, Harris Co., Texas, on 23 October 1972 at age 65. |
|Burial*|| ||Her body was interred at Forest Park Cemetery, Houston, Harris Co., Texas. |
Sybil Lorene McGinty
F, (13 October 1906 - 5 October 1929)
Martha Evelyn McGinty
F, (27 May 1911 - 17 March 1984)
|Birth*||27 May 1911 ||Martha was born at Roswell, Chaves Co., New Mexico, on 27 May 1911. |
|Death*||17 March 1984 ||She died at Houston, Harris Co., Texas, on 17 March 1984 at age 72. |
|Biography*|| ||Mrs. T. D. (Patty Bennett) McGinty wrote in a 25 Jul 1988 letter that Martha Evelyn McGinty never married. She died at the home of her nephew, Thomas D. McGinty. |
Bradford Burke McGinty
M, (9 August 1918 - 4 March 1991)
|Birth*||9 August 1918 ||Bradford was born at Roswell, Chaves Co., New Mexico, on 9 August 1918. |
|Marriage*||1 November 1941 ||He married Willie Mae Klein Wolfer at Detroit, Wayne Co., Michigan, on 1 November 1941 at age 23. |
|Death*||4 March 1991 ||He died at Houston, Harris Co., Texas, on 4 March 1991 at age 72.1 |
|Burial*||say 7 March 1991 ||His body was interred say 7 March 1991 at Saint Martins Episcopal Church Columbarium, Houston, Harris Co., Texas.2 |
|Biography*|| ||Architect and Golfer|
"HOUSTON CLASSIC PURSE INCREASED - $35,000 at Stake in Local Golf for Next Two Years.
The annual Houston Classic, for years one of the top open tournaments of the country both money-wise and from a competitive standard, will carry a purse of $35,000 in 1960.
Burke McGinty, president of the Houston Golf Assn. which sponsors and staged the Classic, announced that a new four-year contract had been agreed upon by the H.G.A. and the Professional Golfers Assn. and one of the stipulations calls for an increase in the size of the purse.
The 1960 Classic, scheduled for Memorial Park April 28 through May 1, marks the start of the new contract...."
Willie Mae Klein Wolfer
F, (10 August 1920 - 8 February 2011)
|Birth*||10 August 1920 ||Willie was born at Spring, Harris Co., Texas, on 10 August 1920. |
|Marriage*||1 November 1941 ||She married Bradford Burke McGinty at Detroit, Wayne Co., Michigan, on 1 November 1941 at age 21. |
|Married Name||1 November 1941 || As of 1 November 1941, her married name was McGinty Wolfer. |
|Death*||8 February 2011 ||She died at Houston, Harris Co., Texas, on 8 February 2011 at age 90.1 |
Delia Grace McGinty
F, (20 November 1908 - 24 October 1992)
|Birth*||20 November 1908 ||Delia was born on 20 November 1908. |
|Marriage*||11 July 1933 ||She married Raymond Franklin Ratcliff on 11 July 1933 at age 24. |
|Married Name||11 July 1933 || As of 11 July 1933, her married name was Ratcliff. |
|Death*||24 October 1992 ||She died at Bowie, Montague Co., Texas, on 24 October 1992 at age 83. |