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

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Floyd J. Conner

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – March 11, 1993 Edition

Livingston – Funeral services for Floyd J. Conner, 85, of Goodrich were held Monday, March 5, 1993, from the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Jack Bailey officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Conner died March 6 at his residence in Goodrich. He was born Aug. 24, 1907 in Colmesniel, the son of Andrew Jackson Conner

and Julia Elizabeth Keen. On May 8, 1930 he married the former Birdie Mae Helmontoller in Diboll. Mr. Conner was a blacksmith for Texas Longleaf Lumber Co. and Owens Illinois Lumber Co. Survivors include his wife, Birdie Conner of Goodrich; daughters, Octavia and

husband Clifton Heiman of Coldspring, Lorene and husband Tillman Meadows of Buffalo and Maxine Hubert of Livingston; sister, Inez and husband Johnny Blalock of Corrigan; sister-in-law, Gladys Conner of Pasadena; grandchildren, Gregg Heiman, Steve Heiman, Karen Willis, Pamela Ammerman, Rhonda Barton and Wayne Hubert; 11 great-grandchildren and a host of nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Mark Ammerman, Booger Barton, Wayne Hubert, Travis Conner, Greg Heiman and Steve Heiman. Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Conner, Julia E. – b: Dec. 16, 1878    d: July 15, 1946; DS w/ A. Jackson

*Julia Elizabeth Keen Conner

        {Daughter of Edward Duncan & Elizabeth Julia Bowden-Keen,

mother of Lewis Wesley Conner, Floyd Jackson Conner,

granddaughter of William Truett & Elizabeth Riley Keen}

Conner, Lewis W. – b: Nov. 18, 1909   d: Oct. 29, 1974

*Lewis Wesley Conner
         Pvt-US Army  

{Son of A. Jackson & Julia E. Keen Conner}

Lewis Wesley Conner

Obituary Published in the Polk County Enterprise – November 7, 1974 Edition

Funeral services for Lewis Wesley Conner, 64, of Houston, were held at the Corrigan Funeral Home Chapel, Oct. 31 with Elder R. E. Norman officiating. Burial was in the Bold Springs Cemetery. The former resident of New Willard was an employee of Armco Steel in Houston.

He died Oct. 29. He had lived in Houston the past 28 years. He is survived by two brothers, Travis Conner of Moscow and Floyd Conner of Moscow; three sisters, Mrs. Mabel Wells of Houston, Mrs. Albert Blalock of Corrigan and Mrs. John Blalock of Diboll.Pallbearers were Melvin Harrison, Travis Conner, Jr., Albert Murl Blalock, Bobby Jack Conner, Pete Wells and John Wells.

Cook, Frank M., Jr. - b: {Nov. 3,} 1928   d: {Feb. 23,} 1996

*Frank Marion Cook Jr.

{Married Ada Jean Chalker-Buller on Sept. 3, 1988}

{Son of Frank Marion Sr. & Leatha Arnold Cook} Old FHM only

{There is no marker of any type at this grave. From center gate it is the first

grave on the left, beside Ray Davenport}

Frank Marion Cook Jr.

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Frank Marion Cook Jr., 67 of Livingston will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, February 25, 1996, from the Pace Funeral Home Chapel, with Bro. Donald White officiating. Interment will follow in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Cook died Friday, February 23, in Lufkin. He was born Nov. 3, 1928 in Houston, The son of Frank Marion Cook Sr. and Leatha Arnold Cook. He later moved to Bakersfield Calif. for his last years of

school. Mr. Cook served in the Merchant Marines, then began a career as a truck driver, working for various firms in Houston. He played the bass fiddle for years. On Sept. 3, 1988 he married the former Ada Jean Chalker of Nacogdoches, then moved to Livingston, where he had lived for the past seven years. He was a member of the Master’s Word Church in Nacogdoches. Mr. Cook was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include his wife, Ada Jean Cook of Gilcrest; two stepdaughters, Linda Farrar of Livingston, Jo Nell Stringer of Livingston, five stepsons, Bobby McGarity of Lufkin, Robert Reeves of Lufkin, Gary Buller of Galveston, Donny Lynn McGariety of Rusk and Alan Buller of Point Blank; 23 grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and a host of other relatives and dear friends.

Pace Funeral Home is in Charge of arrangements.

Cooley, Marie Bandy - b: Oct. 6, 1906   d: Aug. 30, 1987 

*Marie Bandy Cooley


{Daughter of James Thomas & Della V. Bandy, grandmother of Shannon

Marie Gunn} {The tombstone of  Shannon Marie Gunn sit’s on top of this grave.}

Copeland, Cicero – b: Sept. 2, 1877   d: June 4, 1942; DS w/ Gabriel

*Cicero Thomas Copeland
        “At Rest”   {Son of John S. & Jane Barfield-Copeland}

Copeland, Gabriel – b: Feb. 10, 1879   d: Aug. 19, 1900; DS w/ Cicero

*Gabriel Copeland
        “At Rest”   {Son of John S. & Jane Barfield-Copeland}

Copeland, Jane – b: June 15, 1850   d: Jan. 17, 1924; DS w/ John
*Clara Jane Barfield Copeland


{Married John Copeland on December 15, 1870}
        {Mother of Mary, Cicero & Gabriel Copeland}

Copeland, John – b: May 14, 1842   d: Aug. 12, 1906; DS w/ Jane

*John Copeland
        John S. Copeland -Texas-Pvt-Co F-4 Regt Texas Cav-CSA “Father”
        {Married Jane Barfield on December 15, 1870}

{Father of Mary, Cicero & Gabriel Copeland}

Copeland, Mary – b: Sept. 22, 1871   d: Jan. 6, 1943
*Mary Ida Copeland

Sister” “At Rest” 

{Daughter of John S. & Jane Barfield-Copeland,

2nd wife of Jonathan David Baker, married October 12, 1899}

{Struck and killed by a Southern Pacific Railroad engine at Leggett.}

Courtney, Helen Meece – b: July 22, 1886    d: Jan. 15, 1970; DS w/ Jasper

*Helen Meece Courtney
        {Daughter of Monroe Dawson & Allie Baggett McCrory Meece}

Courtney, Jasper William – b: Feb. 2, 1888    d: July 5, 1929; DS w/ Helen

*Jasper William Courtney

{Son of V. A. & Fannie Stagney Courtney}

Cox, Hobson W. – b: Nov. 13, 1899   d: Dec. 1, 1982

*Hobson W. Cox
         “In my heart lies sweet memories of you” 

{Married Lucy Davis on Nov. 15, 1916 in Diboll, Texas}

{Son of George & Ella Peebles Cox, brother of Milledge A. Cox Sr.}

Hobson Cox

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – December 8, 1982 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Hobson W. Cox, 83, of Livingston were held Friday from the Pace Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Frank C. Cady, pastor of the First United Methodist Church of Livingston, officiated and interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Cox died Wednesday in Livingston Memorial Hospital. He was born Nov. 13, 1899 in the Bering community in Polk County, the son of the late George and Ellar Peoples Cox. A lifelong resident of Polk County, he attended public school in the Bering community. He was married in 1918 in Diboll to the former Miss Lucy Davis, who survives. He lived in the Goodrich area for 52 years and spent most of his life engaged in the building trades as a carpenter. After retirement in 1972, he resided in Livingston for the past 10 years. He was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Livingston. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lucy Davis Cox of Livingston; three sisters, Mrs. Ruby Ellis of Goodrich, Mrs. Vera Barton of Goodrich and Mrs. Ira Mooney of Nacogdoches and a host of nieces, nephews and friends. Pallbearers were Rufus Davis, Buddy Davis, David Ellis, Joe Foster, J. R. Cox and Clarence Ellis. Pace Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Cox, Lucy Davis – b: {Jun. 29, 1901} d: {Dec. 31, 1989}

*Lucy Davis Cox

Concrete marker with rusted nameplate attached w/screws - Too rusty to read  

{Married Hobson W. Cox Nov. 15, 1916 in Diboll, Texas}

{Daughter of Ruffus & Mattie Newman Davis, sister of Pearl Davis Cox,

Opal Davis Harris, Fred Davis Sr.}

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