Livingston, bold springs Area, Polk County, Texas Grave Survey & Genealogy Research



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James Troy Cauthen


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – February 2, 1986 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for James Troy Cauthen, 10, of Livingston were held Friday, Jan. 30, 1986 from the Onalaska Church of Christ, with Bro. John Stewart officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Troy died Tuesday evening at his home from injuries he received in a ranch accident. He was a fourth grade student at Livingston Elementary School and was well known throughout Polk County through his involvement in Polk County 4-H Club activities. Survivors include his father and stepmother, James T.

and Lois Cauthen of Huntsville; mother and stepfather, Lydia Faye and Robert T. Walthall Sr. of Livingston; half brother Billy James Cauthen of Huntsville; step sister, Cristel Minter of Huntsville; two stepbrothers, Robert Truman Walthall Jr. and John Glen Walthall, both of Mount Enterprise and grandparents, Lou Etta Nettles of Sulphur, La., Edward Nettles of Corpus Christi; and Mary Walthall of Huntsville. Pallbearers were Sammy Cobb, Dale Fox, Bobby Smith, Jimmy Riddle, Donnis Moore and Richard Morris.

Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Chalker, Ada Jane – b: {Feb. 5,} 1882   d: {June 16,} 1960; DS w/Walter Lee

*Ada Jane Hand Chalker
        {Daughter of William Gaines & Willie A. Nix-Hand, sister of J. C. Hand,

Beulah Hand-O’Quinn, Winnie Davis Hand-Anderson & Mabel Hand-Marsh,

mother of Willie Lee Chalker-Coker, Wilburn Gaines Chalker, Paul Chalker}

Chalker, Eldon Gaines, Sr. – b: Dec. 02, 1930   d:_____ ; DS w/ Martha Ann

*Eldon Gaines Chalker Sr.
        {Married Martha Ann Warren on April 16, 1966}

{Son of Wilburn Gaines & Stella Bell Seals-Chalker}

Chalker, Larry Wayne  - born & died 1956

*Larry Wayne Chalker
         {Son of Wilburn Cloyce & Betty Louise Rankin-Chalker}

Chalker, Martha Ann Warren – b: April 24, 1944   d: _____; DS w/ Eldon

*Martha Ann Warren Chalker

{Married Eldon Gaines Chalker on April 16, 1966}

{Daughter of Thomas, Jr. & Helen Louise Hurst Warren}

Chalker, Stella Bell – b: Apr. 24, 1911   d: Mar. 18, 1987; DS w/ Wilburn

*Stella Bell Seale Chalker
         “Married Wilburn Chalker on Sept. 22, 1929” 

{Daughter of Guyle & Della Eddards Seale, mother of Eldon Gaines Chalker Sr.,

Ada Jean Chalker-Buller, Wilburn Cloyce Chalker }

Stella Bell Chalker


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise - March 22, 1987 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Mrs. Stella Bell Chalker, 75 of Bold Springs were held Thursday, March 19, 1987 from the Bethel Baptist Church in Bold Springs, with the Rev. Frank Hood officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Chalker was born April 24, 1911 in Pennington, TX to Guyle Seale and Della Eddards Seale. She was reared and attended school in Pennington. Mrs. Chalker moved to Polk County and the Bold Springs community in 1928 and had made Bold Springs her home for the past 59 years. She married Wilburn Gaines Chalker on Sept. 22, 1922 in Colita, TX. They had three children, all of whom survive. Mrs. Chalker was a devoted wife and mother making her family and her

church her life. She was a member of the Bethel Baptist Church in Bold Springs. Survivors include her husband, Wilburn Gaines Baines Chalker of Bold Springs; two sons, Eldon Chalker of Jasper and Cloyce Chalker of Corrigan; five brothers, Leonard Seale of California, Frank Seale of Liberty, Ralph Seale of New Caney, Clint Seale of Splendora and Doyle Goodman of Daisetta; sister, Birtie Claiborn of Cleveland; 11 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren, and many other relatives and dear friends. Pallbearers were Roland Wilder, Harold Issacs, M. C. Morris, Doug Hand, Clay Lawrence and R. H. “Tubb” Rogers.

Pace Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Chalker, Walter Lee – b: 1887   d: 1960; DS w/ Ada Jane


         {Son of Benjamin Franklin & Emma Weldon Chalker, father of Willie Lee

Chalker-Coker, Wilburn Gaines Chalker, Paul Chalker}

Chalker, Wilburn Gaines - b: Dec. 27, 1909   d: May 20, 1999; DS w/ Stella

*Wilburn Gaines Chalker
         “Married Stella Bell Seale on Sept. 22, 1929”

{2nd married Lola Mae Harvell-Bennett on July 3, 1989}

{Son of Walter Lee & Ada Jane Hand-Chalker,

father of Eldon Gaines Chalker Sr.,

Ada Jean Chalker-Buller-Cook, Wilburn Cloyce Chalker}

Wilburn Gaines Chalker


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – May 23, 1999 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Wilburn Gaines Chalker, 89, of Jasper were held Saturday, May 22, 1999, from Bethel Baptist Church in Bold Springs, with Bro. Frank Hood and Bro. Leonard Budro officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Chalker died Thursday, May 20, in Jasper. He was born Dec. 27, 1909 in Nacogdoches, the son of Walter Lee Chalker and Ada Jane Hand Chalker. Mr. Chalker moved to the Livingston community when he was 15 years old and often bragged that he had had the same address for 72 years. Mr. Chalker owned a logging company. He loved to squirrel hunt, enjoyed gardening and always read the Polk County Enterprise. The last few years he lived in Jasper and looked forward to getting the Enterprise. He would read it from cover-to-cover and always read the obituaries out loud to his family, mentioning something personal about each person listed. He was known as someone who was loved and admired.

He was a member of Bethel Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Lola Mae Bennett Chalker of Carthage; sons, Eldon Chalker and wife Martha of Jasper, and Cloyce Chalker and wife Phyllis of Colmesneil; daughter, Ada Jean Davenport and husband Ray of Livingston; step-daughters, Belvery Collins of Willis, Sandra Templeton of Fairplay and Helen DeLeon of LaPorte; stepsons, Don Bennett of Grand Prairie, Herbert Bennett of Humble and Larry Lee Bennett of Round Rock; daughter-in-law Louise Chalker of Livingston; 11 grandchildren and 20 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents; one brother, Paul G. Chalker; and sister, Willie Lee Coker. Pallbearers were Allen Buller, Bobby Chalker, Caleb Chalker, Eldon Chalker II, Chris Lucas and Merle Pulley. Honorary pallbearers were Charlie

Adams, Kenneth Baker, Doug Hand, Clay Lawrence, Robert Richardson and

Roland Wilder. Pace Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Chapman, James Lee – b: Apr. 17, 1959   d: Dec. 24, 1990

*James Lee Chapman

{Son of William Edward & Wanda Lou Roark Chapman, grandson of

James Hiram “Bill” & Mable Elaine McKinnon Roark, great-grandson of

Richard Neil & Alice May Watts McKinnon}

Chapman, Rachel Tallulah – b: 1851   d: 1918; DS w/William

*Rachel Tallulah Rogers Chapman
        {1st married J. A. Clark on Dec. 2, 1868,

2nd married William Rogers Chapman on July 24, 1875}

{Daughter of William Pickney & Sarah Burroughs Rogers,

mother of Sarah Elizabeth Clark-Burgess}

Chapman, William Rogers - b: 1855   d: 1925; DS w/ Rachel



*William Rogers Chapman
        {Married Rachel Tallulah Rogers on July 24, 1875}


Chatman, W. R. – No dates. Old HCM on front row curbing.

*W. R. Chatman


Chavez, Dianna L. – b: Mar. 23, 1959   d: Apr. 24, 1995


*Dianna Lynn Baxley Chavez
        “In Loving Memory of Mother and Wife”


{Married Ronald Chavez on March 22, 1976}

{Daughter of Irving Dalton & Katherine Louise Smith Baxley,

sister of Irving Duane Baxley,

granddaughter of Orveda Leo Barclay-Baxley}


Chennault, Billy W. - b: {Feb. 5,} 1931   d: {June 15,} 1993; DS w/ Willie M.


*Billy Wayne Chennault
         “Married Willie Mae Barber on June 15, 1948 in Paris, Texas”


{Son of Walter Clarence & Flossie May Whitworth Chennault}

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