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51 California Marriage Index, 1960-1985
Age 20
Est. Birth abt 1961
Spouse Name Larry W. Coley
Spouse Age 22
Est. Spouse Birth abt 1959
Date 5 Sep 1981
San Bernardino 
Hatchel, Kim Sachiko (I3659)
 
52 CARRIE B. DISMUKES - FALFURRIAS
June 24, 2006
FALFURRIAS - Carrie Belle Dismukes, 94, of Falfurrias, formerly of Beeville, died Friday, June 23, 2006, in Falfurrias.
She was born Oct. 6, 1911, in Wilson County near the Marcelina Community, to the late David Arthur and Ida Amelia Robinson Sellers. She was a farmer.
Survivors: numerous nieces and nephews; and three caregivers.
Preceded in death by: husband, Marvin T. Dismukes; son, Jerry Bob Dismukes; and five siblings.
Visitation will be noon to 5 p.m. Sunday and noon to 2 p.m. Monday at Finch Chapel in Stockdale.
Services will be 2 p.m. Monday at the chapel, M. Sheppard Strong officiating.
Memorials: Marcelina Cemetery Association, P.O. Box 921, Floresville, Texas 78114 
Sellers, Carrie Belle (I573)
 
53 Catharina died on 1 Apr 1 Apr 1827, 5 months after she gave birth to Carl Friederich. She and Johan Christoph Ludwig Lips had two sons. Niemeyer, Catharina Elisabeth (I80)
 
54 Certificate signed by R. W. Higgins, Pastor of Hyde Park Congregational Church. Source (S21)
 
55 Certificate states birth as 16 April1916 which is incorrect, it is 16 March 1916. Source (S305)
 
56 Christening: Sunset Rite Church of Christ in San Antonio, Texas Dismukes, Hazel June (I579)
 
57 Clipping sent to Janice Hartman from Margie Elizabeth Lipps Source (S87)
 
58 Collection of information gathered by David Lipps, Jr. Source (S761)
 
59 Compilation of History of Gonzales County and family histories. Source (S539)
 
60 Confirmation: Christof Ludwig Lips was confirmed 7 Dec 1795 in Gottsburen, Germany.

Death: He died on 19 Nov 1853 at the house of his youngest son Theodor (#139).

Occupation: His profession was listed as linen Weaver and it is probable that he was a tailor too, since his father had the same profession and he carried on his business. 
Lips, Johan Christoph Ludwig (I79)
 
61 Details For Marriage ID#203963
Groom Last Name: CULP Groom First Name: Daniel L. Groom Residence:
Bride Last Name: BUCHAN Bride First Name: Eugenia Isabella
Bride Residence: Place: Naco
Date: 22 Oct 1905
County of Record: Cochise State: Arizona
Volume: 3 Page: 572 
Family F1199
 
62 Divorced in 1957 Family F1197
 
63 Divored: 016583 LEE DARRELL W 21 MARSHA L 20 00 6/11/1977 3/26/1979 152 LUBBOCK  Family F266
 
64 Divored: 063599 LEE DARRELL W 27 CAROLYN M 29 02 4/9/1979 4/5/1985 227 TRAVIS  Family F267
 
65 Elizabeth Lips is listed as E.D. Lips age 2 and born in New York which is incorrect. Her mother was born in New York.  Source (S536)
 
66 Family Data Collection - Births about William Hector Buchan
Name: William Hector Buchan
Father: John F Buchan
Mother: Aota Sirman
Birth Date: 22 Jan 1845
City: Upshur
State: TX
Country: USA

Family Data Collection - Deaths about William Hector Buchan
Name: William Hector Buchan
Death Date: 3 Apr 1918
City: Overton
County: Smith
State: TX
Country: USA 
Buchan, John /Forkwood (I3649)
 
67 Family Data Collection - Individual Records about George Wesley Buchan
Name: George Wesley Buchan
Spouse: Ethel Mae Barto
Parents: George Wesley Buchan , Juda Julia Margaret Malone
Birth Place: Comanche, Deleon, TX
Birth Date: 10 Jul 1881
Marriage Place: Bassett, Rock
Marriage Date: 27 Dec 1906
Death Place: Gordon, Sheridan, NE
Death Date: 27 Aug 1961

Social Security Death Index about Ethel M. Buchan
Name: Ethel M. Buchan
SSN: 484-07-7012
Born: 10 Feb 1918
Died: 29 Nov 1989
State (Year) SSN issued: Iowa (Before 1951 )


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Source Citation: Number: 484-07-7012;Issue State: Iowa;Issue Date: Before 1951. 
Barto, Ethel Mae (I3650)
 
68 Found in Ancestry.com by Delbert Dupont
Name: Warren Washington PATTERSON, JR. Sex: M Birth: 12 MAR 1872 in Fayette Co. TX. Death: 9 NOV 1955 in Brazoria, Brazoria, Co., TX. Burial: Gonzalas, Gonzalas Co., TX. City Cemetery

ID: I2132 Name: Warren Washington PATTERSON Sex: M Birth: 12 MAR 1872 in Fayette, Texas Death: 9 NOV 1955 in Brazoria, Brazoria, Texas Fact 1: See Note Page Note:
Facts about this person: Burial Gonzales, Gonzales, Texas Baptism (LDS) June 17, 1977 Los Angeles Endowment (LDS) July 06, 1977 Los Angeles Sealed to parents (LDS) July 21, 1977 Los Angeles
Father: Warren Washington PATTERSON b: 30 DEC 1829 in North Carolina Mother: Mary Ann WIER b: 15 OCT 1839 in Ripley, Tippah, Mississippi Marriage 1 Nettie Carson LIPPS b: WFT Est. 1856-1880
Married: 6 DEC 1894 in Gonzales, Texas
Marriage fact: in See Note Page
Note:
Facts about this marriage: Sealed to spouse (LDS) June 01, 1996 Arizona

Also sealed to parents on 21 Jul 1977 LANGE 
Patterson, Warren Washington (I429)
 
69 Found on 1920 Precinct one, Gonzales, Texas Census: Owen Broer head, renting home, age 38, born in Texas, both parents from Germany, occupation is general farmer, able to read and write. Wife is Josie, age 39, born in Texas, father from Tennesse and mother from Texas.

Also on same page of census is Brower Broer age 70, owns home, born in Germany including parents.
Home is on Wealder and Gonzales Rd. Naturalization is unknown.

Charles Owen Broers is found on the World War I Draft registration Cards, born 2 Aug 1882, age is 36 and his wife's name is Josie. He is a farmer for self. He is tall, blue eyes and brown hair. He is living in Gonzales, Texas.

Index to Obituary Book B, Gonzales Records Center & Archives Extracted by Ashley Kristynik, to the end of December, 2002. Copies of these obituaries may be obtained for a fee by contacting the Records Center and Archives P.O. Box 77 Gonzales, TX 78629 Phone 830-672-7970 or e-mail gonzalesco (at) gvec.net Broer, C.O. - B-152 Newspaper obit
Broer, Owen, married Jodie Mangum, 26 Aug 1911 
Broers, Charles Owen (I1454)
 
70 From Evergreen Cemeteries and Mansoleum, 4301 Alameda Ave, El Paso, Texas 79905.
In regards to your letter concerning your great grandfather and his son, our records show the following information: James T. Hall born in Ill., died of cancer of the lung at the age of 58, on Sept 3, 1925, lastest residence, Venton, Texas. He is buried in our cemetary in section P, Lot 87, grave #5. Funeral arrangements were made by Mrs. Hall.

It is said that James Truett Hall adopted Edgar James Hawkins. The adoption took place when Edgar James was an adult for business reason.
Death Certificate lists cause of death if Lung Cancer.
James Truett Hall was buried in Evergreen Cememtry, El Paso, El Paso, Texas.

On 18 January 1899 Lillie M. Hawkins is married to James T. Hall of Nacosari, Mexico in St. Louis by Rev. Daniel M. Fisk, D.D., pastor of Compton Hill Congregational Church. A son James Everett Hall was born on August 30, 1901 in Quincy, Illinois. Soon afterwards Lillie and James T. came out west. On February 28, 1902 their son, Everett, died of mengitis. Their residence was Nacasario, Mexico but Everett was buried in Evergreen Cemetery, El Paso, Texas.

James T. started working in the mines. He eventually became a general manager for a big copper company. He lived in Mexico for a time. They also lived in Tyron, New Mexico. James T was given a tip by one of the "big shots" of the Phelps Dodge Corporation who may have been Jimmy Douglas. Jimmy Douglas told him to buy mining stock. James T. had $5,000.00 and with the persuasion of Lillie and Edgar he invested the entire money in the stock. Lillie was very persuasive and got her way most of the time. This stock went way up and when James T. cashed it in, he got $100,000 for it so the story goes.

James T. always liked El Paso, Texas and bought three 320-acre farms in the Rio Grande Valley between Las Cruz, New Mexico and El Paso, Texas. One of the farms was in Vinton, Texas. He also bought another place across the highway from the new home and started a dairy. After he retired, while he was building his home in Vinton, Texas he climbed to the roof to give the Mexican helpers instructions and accidentally fell off. He eventually died 1 September 1925 from lung cancer, which the family feels started from the fall. His death certificate stated he was a rancher, born in Quincy, Illinois. The names of his parents are Mose Hall and Mary Truett. Cause of death was from lung cancer but the only test given was an x-ray. Edgar Hall, his adopted son living in Ajo, Arizona, gave information on the certificate. He was buried in El Paso, Texas. 
Hall, James Truett (I7)
 
71 Georgia Marriages, 1699-1944 about John Buchan
Name: John Buchan
Spouse: Aota Sirmon
Marriage Date: 21 May 1835
County: Pulaski
State: Georgia
 
Family F1202
 
72 GONZALES INQUIRER Kathleen Springs Transcriptions at Gonzales Archives This file contains 3 Jan 1885-26 Dec 1889
Owens, U., dentist, Vol. 34 No. 33 Gonz.Inq. 13 Feb 1886
Owens, V., Dr., dentist, died, Vol. 36 No. 42 Gonz.Inq. 4 Apr 1889
"Dr. U. Owens, who has practiced dentistry in this county for a number of years, died Monday from heart disease, at the resient of Frank Baker, six miles west of Hocheim." 
Owen, Uriah (I388)
 
73 Gonzales, TX 1900 Federal Census (File 12 of 22 for ED:51) This Census was transcribed by Richard C. Baker, Jr. and proofread by Eron Smith Submitted to the USGenWeb Archives by Richard C. Baker, Jr. Copyright (c) 2003 by Richard C. Baker, Jr. http://www.rootsweb.com/~usgenweb/copyright.htm  Source (S522)
 
74 Harris County TX - Births, 1926 Surnames: Abell - Carroll
Information in this database comes from the Texas Department of Health. As of March 2000, Birth Indexes from 1926-1995 and Death Indexes from 1964-1998 are available on the Internet, microfiche or CD-ROM. http://www.tdh.state.tx.us/bvs/registra/index.htm _________________________________________________________________

Broer, Mary Frances born 10-3-1926 F to Mae Hale and John Henry Broer in Harris Co. Texas.

Texas Deaths, 1964-98 Record about Mary E Broer
Name: Mary E Broer
Death Date: 20 April 1972
Death County: CAMERON
Gender: F
Marital Status: SINGLE

Texas Birth Index, 1903-1997 Record about Donavan Lee II Prince
Name: Donavan Lee II Prince
Date of Birth: 28 Sep 1954
Gender: Male
Birth County: Harris
Father's Name: Donavan Lee Prince
Mother's Name: Mary Frances Broer
Roll Number: 1954_0012 
Broers, Mary Francis (I1997)
 
75 He had no children with Charlissa Barleman.

Johnston, Ernest, married Charlissa Barelemann, 10 March 1913

Johnston, Ernest Lipps 1-21-1966 M Widowed (http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/tx/gonzales/vitals/deaths/1966/gonzad66.txt) 
Johnston, Ernest Lipps (I403)
 
76 He had one son and one daughter.

People Finders: WARD, CHARLES EUGENE 75 Available Available SAN ANTONIO, TX WINDCREST, TX WARD, PAT A, ARNOLD, DEBBIE A (age 41) WARD, PATRICIA NEEDHAM (age 70) WARD, MICHAEL EUGENE (age 43) 
Ward, Charles Eugene (I416)
 
77 He had one son. William Warren III Johnston 21 May 1929 Male Gonzales W W Johnston Jr. Bertha Whiteside Johnston, William Warren (I407)
 
78 He had two sons and two grandsons.

People Finders: WARD, EDWIN WARREN 87 Available Available BOERNE, TX CLOUDCROFT, NM; WARD, LUCILE B (age 84) WARD, LUCILE B; WARD, CLINT W (age 56) 
Ward, Edwin Warren (I413)
 
79 He never married.

People Finders: Associated names: WARD, ERNEST J BUDD 78 Available Available SAN ANTONIO, TX WARD, BUDD WARD, KATIE 
Ward, Ernest Johnston (I415)
 
80 He was adopted by James T. Hall and his surname was changed to Hall.  Source (S1)
 
81 He was from San Antonio in 1954 Dismukes, James Ernest (I394)
 
82 Her name comes from the death certificate of her husband Daniel Luther Culp. Source (S936)
 
83 Her name could be Rick. Riek, Linda Lou (I3613)
 
84 His godfather was Johan George niemeyer, his grandfather. Why Ernst did not get the name of his godfather is not known. It was quite usual at that time to have several godfthers.
In the US he used as his first name, Willliam. It is possible, simce the only Wilhelm (The German word for William) was Jurgen Lips great-great-grandfather, Heinrich Wilhelm, that he was his godfather too, and he used his name later.

Ernst emigrated to the US in 1839.

He was baptisted on June 13, 1824. Jügen Lips came across a painting of the house where Ernst probably lived when he was with his grandparents Niemeyer. I still remember that house, since my fahter bought it in 1955. It was a very old house, probably from the 17th century. The sealing of the first story was not higher then apporoximately 1.75 meter (I am 1.82 meter tall.) I was not able to stand straight. This was no problem to the people from the centuries before, because they were in general smaller than the people are today. The architecture of these old houses is of the 'Diemeisachsisch' Farm house style. Which is built from a lumber frame, with straw and mud in-between the frames. These houses have a large gate on the front side, large enough to let pass a wagon. On the right side they normally had their stables for cows, pigs and sometimes horses. On the left side they had their living rooms. Straw and hay was stored under the roof. In the 17th and 18the century the roofs were made from straw. Later they used brownstone, which were very heavy.

!Biography: Letter from Nettie Crundwell: 1883-abt 1971; received 8 July 1970 from Burbank, Ca.
"...I am the oldest living grandchild (87 in July) and may be able to help you some. The information I have, my mother, Sallie Abigal (Abbie) gave me many years ago. Her father was born in Germany but he never said in what part. He hated his birthplace. His mother died when he was 2 years old and he went to live with a grandmother, I don't know which one. She died when he was 8 years old and he had to go to live with his father and stepmother, who was very mean to him. He had to steal his food to keep from starving. So when he was 15 years old he decided to run away. He stowed away on a sailing vessel bound for New York. When he was discovered it was too late to take him off the ship, so he found favor with the captain who delivered him to a German settlement in New York. You see he couldn't speak a word of English. However, he evidently knew he had an uncle in New york by the name of Charlie Nemeiyer whom he found. At this point he bound himself out and served a four year apprenticeship, learning to make boots and shoes. He had only one given name, Ernst, which he hated so he decided to add William and change the spelling of Ernst to Ernest, giving himself the name William Ernest Lipps. He was a self-man man, self-educated, never went to an American school. He established a ferry boat at Hell Gate near Cuero (never lived in Cuero). Several children were born at Hell Gate. When ready made boots and shoes came on the market, he established a windmill at Concrete, a small community between Cuero and Yoakum, and made four and meal. The other children were born here. After this failed he moved to Hocheim where he built and operated another ferry boat, also built one at Gonzales. Bridges brought this to a close but he built several houses in Gonzales. Then his wife died and this closed his home. No one knew his parents' names. This is what you need."
Notes from Marva Huges: Ernst sailed alone to the United States as a young boy. "...during the years between 1830 and 1880 many people from Gottsburen and surrounding villages were emigrating to America. A few were already there as soldiers during the Independence War between 1776 and 1783. They, after returning to Gottsburen, must have told about the unlimited possibilities in America, which many families have seen as their only way to escape from the very difficult times during the early years of the 19th century. (Jurgen Lips) At least some descendents (David Lipps, Anthony, New Mexico) have been told that he left Germany in order to escape conscription in the German army. Another (Opal Patterson Reid Wood, Yuma, Arizona) writes: "I've heard Mama tell how he came over on a ship as a stowaway at the age of fifteen or sixteen. The ship was three days out at sea when they found him, half-starved. The Captain said they were too far out to go back, so he would just let him work as a cabinboy for his fare over. When they landed Grandpa got a job selling newspaper on the streets of New York. He couldn't speak a word of English and the other paperboys called him "Butch Billy", which he hated. So he learned the English language in less than six months."
All who know anything at all of Ernest agree that he landed in New York, and there married mary Harriet Kringle, who was of French descent. (Nettie Crundwell says she was German/Dutch descent). No record has yet been found of his immigration (none may even exist if he was indeed a stowaway), nor of his marriage. He did apparently change the spelling of his given anme to its English form, Erlnest, and may have taken the first name William after coming to this country, since the record of his birth in Gottsbüren lists only the name Ernst. He may have chosen that name because it was the English spelling of Wilhelm, the German name given his younger brother, Wilhelm Heinrich Lips. It is also possible that Wilhelm was the name of a godfather, as it was not unusual at the time to have several godfathers, and it was customary to name for a godfather. in any case, all other known records list him as Weilliam Ernest, Wm. E., or W.E. Lips or Lipps. Family members say he changed the spelling of his last name, and that is borne out in various documents. The name was consistently spelling Lips in Germany in in this country, as well, until around 1900. Even a note was written in 1878 and signed by himself as W.E. Lips. After that time it was spelled Lipps, as it still is by his descendents.
The next known written record of William ernest Lips is dated November 1, 1856, and is a "declaration of intent" to obtain US citizenship. Although his date of birth is mentioned here as 1825, other records support the 1824 date of his birth record in Gottsbüren. According to the handwritten document, filed in DEwitt County, Texas, the date of his immigration was October of 1839. If this correct, he was fifteen years old at the time. It reads: The State of Texas Dewitt County, Personally appeared before me W.A. Blair Clerk of the District Court for said County and State William E. Lips and who after being duly sworn as the Law directs, upon his oath, states that he was born on the 6th of June A.D. 1825 in Gotsburen Germany from whence he emigrated to the State of Texas one of the States of the United States of North Americn in the year A.D. 1839 in the month of October and that since he emigrated he has remained a resident of the United States, and of the state of Texas four years last past; and that it is his boone fine intention to become a citizen of the United States of America--and that he doth absolutely renounce all allegiance & fidelity to any foreign Prince, Potentate, State of Sovereiignty & in particular to the Duke of Hesse Cassel Prince of Germany whereof he is now a subject. W.E. Lips
Sworn to & Subscribed before me this 1st day of November A.D. 1856, WA Blair Clark.
Since he had resided in Texas "...four years last past;" this would put his coming to Texas around the year 1852. It is believed that he did become a Us citizen, although the naturalization record has not yet been located. The first know US Census record of this family is from DeWitt County in 1860, where he worked as a ferryman. His wife Mary Harriet, was for some reason omitted from this listing, althogh they had four children at the time, and she appears in two later census records. The children were Richar, 10; chas, 7; A.A. 4; and E.D., 2. This is the only indication there was a child by the name of Richard, since no other mention of him has been found. Family sources also tell of another daughter, their firstborn child, who died at two or three years of age. we know from numerous other document and family history that the other children listed here were Charles, Aryanna, and Doretta Elizabeth.
In the year 1870, the family can still be found in DeWitt county, in or near the town of clinton, the county seat at the time. Wm. E.'s occupation at the time was Shoemakekr. He was listed as being 45 years old and his wife, Mary, 35. His place of birth was listed Hesse Cassel, and hers, New York. Charles, 17; AryAnna, 15; Elizabeth, 12; Sally A., 10; John, 7; Fred, 4; and Nancy (Nannie),1; were the children listed with them. It appears that another adult, a Mr. Jacob Lawrence, a ferryman 33 years old, resided with the family.
On June 24, 1874, Ernest Lips sent a note, written on a small piece of paper, to the county Clerk of DeWitt county by Martin Broer. It read, on one side, To the County Clerk of Dewitt county. On the other side was written,
Gonzales June 24, 1874, Mr. Boston, This is Mr. Martin Brewer. Please give him the document he will want. Yours very respectfully, William E. Lips.."
The note is attached to the marriage license of Martin Broers and Aryanna Lips.
By 1880, the William E. Lips family, still residing in DeWitt county, includes all the younger children of Ernest, now 55, and Mary, 45. He was working again as a ferryman (on the Guadalupe River). The children still at home were Fred, 14; Nannie, 11; Mollie, 9; Nettie, 7 (all attending school); and Otis, 4. Living at the same residence were their daughter and son-in-law, Sally Abby (20) and Uriah Owen (30), a dentist. counting the daughter who died at an early age and Richard, they had a total of twelve children, seven girls and five boys.
In 1900, W.E. Lipps (76 according to the census) and the youndest son, Otis (22) lived in Gonzales, where his occupation was listed "beekeeper." They resided on Waters Street with daughter and son-in-laaw Nannie and Williiam W. Johnston and their children Kate and Ernest. In the next house was another daughter, Nettie Patterson, her husband, W.H., and their children Earl and Inez. Ernest Lipps died in the Johnston home on October 26, 1909. His obituary was published in the Gonzales Inquier.
A letter from Katie W. Ward dated Sept 2, 1964 says that Ernest Lipps, her grandfather lived with she and her mother and father (Nannie Kate and Bill Johnston) from the time she was little girl until she was seventeen. He was feeble for years and Nannie and she nursed him until his death. He was a wonderful person. She loved him dearly. He was a real Christian, studied and read his Bible everyday and really lived a Christian life.

Ernest W. Lipps was buried at I.O.O.F Cemetery, Gonzales, Gonzales, Texas.

The 1900 census states W.E. Lipps immigrated to the US 1845 and has lived here 45 years and is naturalized.

GONZALES DAILY INQUIRER Kathleen Springs' transcriptions at Gonzales Archives. This file contains Daily Gonzales Inquirer Jan. 1, 1905-Dec. 31, 1909 Microfilm is in the Gonzales Public Library, however the library does not have sufficient personnel to do look-ups. If you want more information than is contained herein, a researcher may be employed or you may visit the Gonzales Library in person and read the films. A reader/printer is available at the library. Transcribed by Marjorie Lee Burnett, 2002 Lipps. W.E., death; p. 3 Oct. 26; p. 2 Oct. 27, 1909
Naturalization: Since law went into effect in Sept. 1908 37 applications had been filed in the District Clerk's office; p. 3 Nov. 10, 1908

GONZALES NEWSPAPERS INDEX, Extracted by Kathleen Springs Transcriptions by Aurale Huff Lips, Wm. E., Ferry, Adv., Gonzales paper 1860/61-- « of front page

Lipps. W.E., death; p. 3 Oct. 26; p. 2 Oct. 27, 1909


Received a letter dated July 8, 1970 from Nettie B. Crundwell who lived at 334 W. Alameda Ave., Burbank, Calif. 91504.
Dear Friend,
Or should I say "cousin", third removed.
your letter came as a surprise, in which you asked for information about my grandfather's family tree. I am the oldest living grandchild (87 in July) and may be able to help you some. The information I have, my mother, Sallie abigal (Abbie) gave me many years ago. Her father was born in Germany (your date is correct), but he never said in what part. He hated his birthplace. His mother died when he was 2 years old and he went to live with a grandmother, I don't know which one. She died when he was 8 years old and he had to go to live with his father and step mother, who was very mean to him. He had to steal his food to keep from starving. So when he was 15 years old he decided to run away. He stowed away on a sailing vessel bound for New York. when he was discovered it was too late to take him off the ship, so he found favor with the Captain who delivered him to a German settlement in New York. you see he couldn't speak a word of English. However, he evidently knew he had an uncle in New York by the name of Charlie Nemeier who he found. At this point he bound himself out and served four year apprenticeship, learning to make boots and shoes.
I am very anxious to know whose daughter you are--whether Lottie's son, J.P. or Dorothy's daughter, Nellie May's. It is unusual for a young person to be interested in genealogy. I whish I knew more to tell you and could have asked grandpa all these questions, but I wan't interested at that time.
To continue about grandfather--he had only one given name--Ernst--which he hated so he decided to add William and change the spelling of Ernst to Ernest, giving himself the name William Ernest Lipps. He was a self-made man, self-educated, never went to an American school. He established ferry boat at Hell Gate, near Cuero (never lived in Cuero). Serveral children were born at Hell Gate. When ready-made boots and shoes came on the market he established a windmill at concrete, a small community between Cuero and Yoakum, and made Flour and meal. The other children were born here. After this failed he moved to Hocheim where he built and operated another ferry boat, also built one at Gonzales. Bridges brought this to a close but he built several houses in Gonzales. Then his wife died and this closed his home.
No one knew his parents' names. That is what you need. My mother never knew where Mary Catherine Kringle was born or who her parents were. Mother understood that she was Pennsylvania Dutch, which are German. She was left an orphan when a little girl and lived with an older sister in Louisiana until she was 15years old at which time she met and married Ernest Lipps. Their first child was born in a town which is no longer on the map and I have forgotten the name of it. The other ten chidlren were all born in Dewitt County, Texas. Their names follow: William Charlie, Ariana, Elizabeth Doretta, Sallie Abigal (my mother), John Oscar, Fred, Nancy Catherine (Nannie), Mary Harriett (Mollie) Nettie Carson and Otis Burnett.
Please lelt me hear from you and if you are over this way, stop and see me. My daughter, Hazel, works but I am usually at home.
Sincerely, Nettie B. Crundwell. 
Lipps, William Ernest (I78)
 
85 http://trees.ancestry.com/pt/family.aspx?tid=571803&pid=-2035971703&pg=0 Buchan, Cecil Glen (I3670)
 
86 HUBERT HATCHEL 17 Mar 1898 Sep 1980 97501 (Medford, Jackson, OR (none specified) 567-66-5914 California

HUBERT HATCHEL 17 Mar 1898 Sep 1980 97501 (Medford, Jackson, OR (none specified) 567-66-5914 California

Oregon Death Index, 1903-98 about Hubert Les Hatchel
Name: Hatchel, Hubert Les
County: Jackson
Death Date: 23 Sep 1980
Certificate: 80-14984
Age: 82
Birth Date: 17 Mar 1898
Spouse: Mavit

Hatchel, Hubert L Sr, b. 03/17/1898, d. 09/23/1980, PVT ARMY, Plot: 14 422, bur. 09/26/1980 Eagle Point National Cemetery Eagle Point, Jackson County, Oregon 
Hatchel, Hubert Leslie (I3653)
 
87 I found a Fred Wilson Lipps in the California Death Index. 1940-1997 born in Texas on 1/15/1866, died 1/9/1948, death place as Kern, California, but mother's maiden name is QUINGO which sounded like Kringle

In 1920 Fred has remarried Agnes M. and they are living in Yuma, Arizona 
Lipps, Fred W. (I1560)
 
88 ID: I2454 Name: Sterling Patrick DISMUKES Sex: M Birth: WFT Est. 1880-1905 Death: 1977 in Marfa, Alpine, Texas Note: Lois attended High School in Floresville, Wilson county Texas graduating in 1922. She took the state examination for a teaching certificate and taught three years at the Center Point School in Wilson county. After marrying Sterling they went to Slaton near Lubbock and farmed there two years. They then returned to Wilson county and farmed near the Center Point community. Sterling developed tuberculosis in the late 1930's. In an effort to improve his health they moved to west Texas and settled in Marfa. While there Lois did dressmaking to make a living. Sterling was unable to work for eleven years. It was only after his left lung was removed that he was able to resume working. Lois had breast surgery and after her recovery she attended college at Alpine. She received her B.A. and M.A. and was elected to an honor society. She spent the rest of her life teaching math at Marfa High School. She died following intestinal surgery in 1964. Adams, Lois Irene (I572)
 
89 In 1893 Jane Hawkins is listed in the city directory as living at the Home of the Friendless, 4431 S. Broadway. The home is now called The Charless Home. Jane continued to live there until she dies on 8 February 1902. She is 82 and 10 months old. She dies of Chronic Endocarditis. Her death certificate states she was born in Scotland but the birthplace of her mother and father is England. She is buried in the Bellefontaine Cemetery. Robinson, Jane (I42)
 
90 In 1920 Julia Lipps is living in Phoenix, Arizona with Maude on West Madison. There are several other people living at the same address. Malone, Juda Margaret (I1483)
 
91 Index to Obituary Book P, Gonzales Records Center & Archives Extracted by Ashley Kristynik, to the end of December, 2002.
Patterson, Clyde - P-22

Patterson, Clyde M., married Dale Ellison, 5 Aug 1933
INQUIRER 1933 From tablets by Kathleen Spring (dec'd) extracted from microfilm at the Gonzales Public Library 
Patterson, Clyde Matthew (I596)
 
92 Information taken from a clipping. Source (S634)
 
93 Information was submitted by Linda LaMonte Knopke to Ancestry.com World Trees, lindallk@aol.com. Last updated on 11/02/04. Her web site is http://www.lindallk.com/
 
Source (S720)
 
94 Information was submitted by Linda LaMonte Knopke to Ancestry.com World Trees, lindallk@aol.com. Last updated on 11/02/04. Her web site is http://www.lindallk.com/ Source (S721)
 
95 INQUIRER 1928 From tablets by Kathleen Spring (dec'd) extracted from microfilm at the Gonzales Public Library. Source (S592)
 
96 JACK TEFTELLER
Male


Event(s):
Birth: 02 APR 1914 , Fannin, Texas
Christening:
Death: 02 JUN 1954
Burial:


LDS Ordinances:
Baptism: 13 JAN 1981 PROVO
Endowment: 20 FEB 1981 PROVO
Sealing to Parents: 20 MAR 1981 PROVO 
Tefteller, Jack (I609)
 
97 James and Jane's family begins to grow quickly. On April 3, 1852 Charlotte, a daughter is born. They are living at 55 Clowance Street Hawkins, Charlotte (I45)
 
98 John hawkins had a brother who emigrated to Australia about the same time John Hawkins came to the United States. He started out as a sheep herder who, as the years went by became one of the biggest sheep owners in the land of Australia. He died in Australia but I don't know when. He was suppose to have left all of his holdings to my grandmother, Lilly Mae and my father Edgar James but the government had a hard time find them. When they finally found my grandmother, the state limitations had gone by or something like that. The state took over his propeerty so they lost out on that. (Family story given to James O. Hall)

On the 1871 British Census, Thomas is 20 years old and his occupation is listed as Ship Carpenter.
He does not show on the 1881 Census.

Around 1878, Thomas goes to New South Wales, Australia on the ship "Peterborough" and arrives in Sydney" The family story tell of Thomas becoming a sheep herder who over the years became one of the biggest sheep owners in the land of Australia. He was suppose to have left all of his holdings to the wife of his brother John but the government had a hard time finding them. When they did the state limitations had gone by and the state took over all his property. This theory has not been proven. Thomas became a saddler for his occupation. Thomas dies 9 October 1881. His cause of death is consumption (tuberculosis) having had it for the last 12 months. He is 31 years old. He died and was buried in Armidale Old Med Cemetery. His death certificate states he was married at 23 years old in Somersetshire, England but no information as to whom. It also states he had been in Australia for four years.
on the 1872 Grevilles NSW Directory Thomas J. is listed as a Government Appraiser, Bathurst, NSW. 
Hawkins, Thomas James Robinson (I6)
 
99 Johnson, Katie, married Arthur Ward, 18 May 1910  Family F152
 
100 Johnson, Nannie, Miss, advertised letter, Vol. 43 No. 21 Gonz.Inq. 14 Nov 1895 Lipps, Nancy Catherine (I382)
 

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