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



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Pauline McPike


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – September 21, 2000 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Pauline McPike, 57, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21, 2000, from the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Lester McAdams officiating. Interment will follow in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. McPike died Monday, Sept. 18, 2000, in Methodist Hospital, Houston. She was born Feb. 25, 1943 in Friday, the daughter of Bob and Thelma Driskill Brown, both of whom preceded her in death.

Survivors include her husband, L. D. McPike; son and daughter-in-law, Danny and Estella McPike of Livingston; grandson, Anthony McPike of Livingston; son and daughter-in-law, Gary and Sharon McPike of Groveton; grandson, Jordan McPike of Groveton; granddaughter, Kyndall McPike of Groveton; sisters, Joyce Johnson of Lufkin and Beth Beason of Tennessee Colony; and brothers, Earl Brown of Putnam Valley, N. Y., Herald Brown of Mesa, Ariz., Coy Brown of Bronx, N. Y.; Billy Brown of Madisonville and

Joe Brown of Chester.

McPike, Robert Love - b: Sept. 3, 1930   d: Sept. 4, 1930

*Robert Love McPike
        (Old concrete marker, writing is barely visible)


{Son of Oliver Carl & Lolar Maud Pierce-McPike}
        {Polk County birth records show that he was born in 1931.}



Meadows, Claudie - No dates.  HCM


*Claudie Meadows

Mead, Olen Elmer – b: March 10, 1912 d: July 4, 2007 – 95 years old – Beside Omeda

*Olen Elmer Mead

{Husband of Omeda Ione Tracy Mead} {No grave marker of any kind}

Olen Mead

Olen Mead, age 95, passed away July 4, 2007. A Funeral Service was held at Magnolia Funeral Home, Magnolia, Texas on July 11, 1007 at 11 a.m. followed by private interment

at Bold Springs Cemetery.


Mead, Omeda Tracy - b: 1919   d: {Dec. 29,} 1974 – between D. F. Burgess & Olen


*Omeda Ione Tracy Mead
        “MaMa”   “St. Matthew: 5.8”


{Daughter of John Wesley & Gracie Tucker Tracy, married to Olen Elmer Mead}

Meece, Allie - b: Jan. 9, 1861   d: Dec. 27, 1959 – beside M. D.


*Daniel Albania “Allie” Baggett-McCrory-Meece

“Sleep in Jesus”

{1st married Adam McCrory on April 19, 1877,

2nd married Monroe Dawson Meece on October 3, 1883} 

{Daughter of William Daniel Baggett & Allie (Alifair Moody-Baggett) Rogers,
        mother of Gertie Lee Meece-Hood, Helen Meece-Courtney, Dawson Meece,


Willie Daniel Meece, Clyde J. Meece, Florence Meece-Wainwright, Ruby

Meece-Rasberry, Rogers Merritt Meece}

Daniel Albania “Allie” Baggett-McCrory-Meece

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – December 1959

Services Held For Mrs. Allie Meece December 28

Funeral services for Mrs. Allie Meece, were held Monday, December 28, at 4:30 PM from the Bold Springs Baptist Church. Rev. O. A. Taylor, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Spring Branch, Houston, officiated, assisted by Bro. C. L. Moore of Leggett. Interment followed in the Bold Springs cemetery. Mrs. Meece was born January 9, 1861 in Louisiana, the daughter of the late William Daniel and Allie Moody Baggett, and died Sunday, December 17, 1959, in Houston at the age of 98 years, 11 months and 18 days. She spent the early part of her childhood in Louisiana, later moving to San Jacinto County, TX with her parents and resided in the area for a brief period. The majority of her life was spent in Polk County and she received her education in the public schools in the old Coleta community. For the past five years she had resided in Houston with her daughter and family. She was married on October 3, 1883 to the late M. D. Meece of Livingston. To this union was born 8 children, 6 survive. Mrs. Meece was a member of the First Baptist Church of Spring Branch of Houston. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Lynn Hood and Mrs. Helen Courtney of Livingston, Mrs. C S Wainwright, New Willard and Mrs. L R Rasberry of Houston; two sons, W. D. Meece, Houston, and Roger Meece, Livingston; 15 grandchildren; 31 great grandchildren; and a host of relatives and friends. Pallbearers were Clyde Wainwright, Gordon Meece, James Courtney, Dawson Emmett Courtney, Roger Meece Jr., Horace McCrory, Charlie McCrory, Clyde Courtney. Arrangements were under the direction of the Pace Funeral Home, Livingston.

{Her son, Clarence Marvin McCrory, from her first marriage to Adam McCrory, died

on September 15, 1959, about 3 months before his mother.}


Meece, Sergt. Clyde J. - b: Aug. 20, 1893   d: Nov. 1, 1918

*Sergt. Clyde John Meece
         "For World Liberty.   In Memory Of...."


"Who gave his life in the World War for his Country."
        {Son of Monroe Dawson & Allie Baggett-McCrory Meece}


Meece, Dawson - b: {Oct. 15,} 1888   d: {July 20,} 1941


*Monroe Dawson Meece Jr.

Rest in Peace” WOW Marker {Son of Monroe Dawson & Allie Baggett-McCrory Meece}



Dawson Meece

Published in the Polk County Enterprise – July 1941

Final Rites Held For Dawson Meece

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Monroe Dawson Meece, 52, were held at 4 o'clock Monday in the Bold Springs Church with the Rev. W. B. Wadsworth officiating. Pallbearers were Clyde Courtney, James Courtney, Dawson Emmett Courtney, Roger Meece JR., Gordon Meece and Horace McCrorey. Mr. Meece was born in Polk County and had lived at New Willard for the past 16 years where he was a night watchman for the Texas Long Leaf Lumber Co. He was a member of the First Baptist Church and the Woodmen of the World. Mr. Meece was killed shortly after 2 A.M. Sunday morning while on duty at the mill. Surviving are his mother, Mrs. Allie Meece of Livingston; four sisters, Mrs. Lynn Hood, Mrs. Helen Courtney, Mrs. C. S. Wainwright and Mrs. L. R. Rasberry; two brothers, Willie and Roger Meece and one half-brother Clarence McCrorey.

Meece, M. D. - b: June 24, 1847   d: May 3, 1926 - beside Allie

*Monroe Dawson Meece
         Monroe Dawson-Texas -Pvt-Texas State Troops -CSA
        “Gone, But Not Forgotten” {Married Allie Baggett McCrory on October 3, 1883}
        {Father of Gertie Lee Meece-Hood, Helen Meece-Courtney, Dawson Meece,
         Willie Daniel Meece, Clyde J. Meece, Florence Meece-Wainwright, Ruby


Meece-Rasberry, Rogers Merritt Meece, brother of Theophilus F. Meece}

Monroe Dawson Meece

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – May 1926

LIVINGSTON - Polk County has lost one of its first citizens in the death of Mr. Meece. He was born in Tennessee June 24, 1847, and came to Texas when he was 2 years of age. They settled near Livingston and Mr. Meece spent the remainder of his life near our city. Although quiet young for the service, Mr. Meece spend some time in the Confederate army fighting for the Southern cause. He was united in marriage October 3, 1883 to Mrs. D. A. McCrory. The following children survive from this union. Mrs. Gertie Hood, Mrs. Helen Courtney, Mrs. Florence Wainwright, Mrs. Ruby Rasberry, Dawson, Willie and Roger Meece. Another son, Clyde made the supreme sacrifice in the World War and lies yonder in Flanders Fields. Mr. Meece died at his home at New Willard the evening of May 3, 1926. He had been sick for three months and had suffered intensely, yet he bore his sufferings with patience and fortitude. Everything that skilled medical attention and loving care could do was done for him. Mr. Meece united with the Baptist Church at Bold Springs August 1, 1880, under the ministry of Rev. W. D. Powell. He had lived a devoted Christian, faithful to his church, his Bible and his God. The remains were carried to the old church at Bold Springs on Tuesday the 4th, and there in the presence of a large assembly of sorrowing relatives and friends, Rev. W. B. Wadsworth of the First Baptist Church of Livingston conducted the service. After the service interment followed in the cemetery there.


Meece, M. D., Baby - No dates. HCM {b & d – January 29, 1896}

{child of William Daniel & Lois Burgess Meece, grandchild of

Monroe Dawson & Daniel Albania “Allie” Baggett Meece}

Miller, Howard Zack - b: Dec. 2, 1923    d: Dec.10, 1993

*Howard Zack Miller
        “In our hearts dwell sweet memories of you”

{Married Gail M. Gay on Feb. 18, 1983}

{Son of Pat & Odelia Vincent Miller}


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