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

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Ronnie Wallace Pace

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – July 12, 1998 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Ronnie Wallace Pace, 50, of Livingston will be held at 2 p.m. Monday, July 13, 1998, from the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel with Thomas Dobbs officiating. Interment will follow in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Pace died Friday, July 10, in Livingston. He was born April 21, 1948 in Pilot Point, the son of Clarence Eugene Pace and Viola Floy McCraw Pace, both of whom preceded him in death. He was self-employed in the lawnmower repair business. Survivors include his sons, Richard Wallace Pace, Steven Wesley Pace and Russell Wayne Pace, all of Livingston; sisters, Betty Jo Scoggin of

Lake Arthur, Francis Alexander of Pilot Point and Evelyn Weberg of Fort Worth; and granddaughters, Ashlyn Marie Pace and Scarlett Rose Bowen.
Park, Clara Jeanette – b: Oct. 18, 1957 d: Sept. 1, 2008

*Clara Jeanette Rogers Park

{Daughter of William Allen & Clara Alma Lewis Rogers} Neal FHM only

Clara Jeanette Rogers Park
Obituary found online at The Cleveland Advocate website.

CLEVELAND - Clara Jeanette Park, 50, died on Monday, September 1, 2008, in Conroe Regional Hospital. She was born Friday, October 18, 1957, in Houston to the late William Allen Rogers “Sonny” and the late Clara Elma Lewis. She was preceded in death by her brother, James Edward; and nephews, Brandon, Allen and James Edward Rogers Jr.
Survivors include her children, Tonya Park and Tommy Park, both of Onalaska; brother, William Allen Rogers Jr. and wife, Brenda Ann, of Conroe; and granddaughters, Tallie Jeanette Park and Kaleigh Jade Park, both of Onalaska. Arrangements were entrusted to the care of Neal Funeral Home, Cleveland, Texas.

Parrish, Charles “Truett” Sr. - b: Sept. 17, 1924   d: July 12, 1998; DS w/ Patsy Ruth

*Charles Truett Parrish Sr.
         {Son of Lowman Webster & Dovie Abercrombie Parrish, father of Charles Truett

Parrish Jr.}

Charles Truett Parrish Sr.

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – July 16, 1998 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Charles Truett Parrish Sr., 73, of New Willard will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, July 15, 1998, from the First United Methodist Church in Livingston, with Bro. Frank Hood, Dr. Don Willis, the Rev. James Frazier and the Rev. Frank Cady officiating. Interment will be in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Parrish was born Sept. 17, 1924, the son of Lowman W. Parrish and Dovie Abercrombie Parrish, and died Sunday, July 12, in Memorial Medical Center Livingston. He graduated from Leggett High School in 1941, and attended Tyler Business College, Texas A&M University, Sam Houston State University, the University of Houston and Stephen F. Austin State University, studying civil engineering and city planning. Mr. Parrish served in the U. S. Army in the Pacific

Theater during World War II. He returned home, attended school, worked in the construction industry and managed a skating rink. He then returned to the life he loved best. He came back to Polk County to live and work in his pastures, ride his John Deere tractor and take care of his cows. He died as a rancher. Mr. Parrish was a member of the Polk County and Texas Farm Bureaus, the National Cattleman Association, Veterans of Foreign Wars of Livingston and the First United Methodist Church of Livingston. Mr. Parish was preceded in death by his father, Lowman W. Parrish; mother, Dovie Abercrombie Parrish; and brother, L. W. “Pete” Parrish. Survivors include his loving wife, Patsy Ruth Wainwright Parrish; daughter, Patricia Ricks and husband Ricky, and grandchildren, Brent

and Kelsey Ricks of Pittsburg, Texas; son, Charles T. Parrish Jr. and wife Joyce, and grandchildren, Julie Sara, Cinnimon and Destiny Parrish of Livingston; daughter, Katherine Whitbeck and husband Steve, and grandchildren, Samantha and Kendall Whitbeck of Nacogdoches; son, Michael Parrish of New Willard; two brothers, Clarence “Punk” Parish

of Corrigan and Boyce Parrish of Leggett; one sister, Bera “Sis” Hayes of Garland; and a

host of other relatives and friends.

Parrish, Charles Truett, Jr. – b: Dec. 14, 1955 d: Jan. 9, 2009

*Charles Truett Parrish Jr.

{Married Joyce Byrd in 1996} { Son of C. T. “Truett” & Patsy Wainwright

Parrish, grandson of Clyde Shaw & Florence Meece Wainwright, great-

grandson of Monroe Dawson & Daniel Albania “Allie” Baggett-McCrory

Meece} Cochran FHM only

Charles Truett Parrish, Jr.
Funeral services for Charles Truett Parrish, Jr., age 53 of Livingston, will be held Sunday, January 11, 2009, at 3:00 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church in Livingston with the Rev. Mike Mayhugh, Rev. Ricky Ricks, and Rev. James Frazier officiating, with interment to follow in the Bold Springs Cemetery. Charles Truett Parrish, Jr. was born December 14, 1955, in Livingston, Texas to C.T. (Truett) Parrish and Patsy Wainwright Parrish. He died Wednesday, January 7, 2009, north of New Willard, Texas, while driving the farm’s tractor and mower in from the pasture. He was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife Joyce Byrd Parrish, daughters Destiny Parrish, Julie Hickmon, Sara Hickmon, and Cinnimon Hickmon, and grandson Westen Price of Livingston, sister and brother-inlaw Patricia and Ricky Ricks of Henderson, sister and brother-inlaw Katherine and Steve Whitbeck of Nacogdoches, brother and sisterin- law Michael and Carol Parrish of New Willard, nephews Brent Ricks and Kendall Whitbeck, nieces Kelsey Ricks and Samantha Whitbeck, and a host of friends and relatives. Pallbearers will be John Bateson, Craig “Quince” Gibson, Jimmy Harris, Dan Holt, Wayne Lazarine, Fernando Noa, and Steve Watson. Honorary pallbearers will be Boyce Parrish, John Johnston, Burl “Buff” Graham, and Ernest “Pops” Loftin. Charles enjoyed the first ten years of his life in Livingston riding bicycles, playing army, swimming, roller skating at his father’s skating rink, and feeding cows in New Willard, Leggett, and Seven Oaks. He could often be spotted standing on the cattle bars of his Granddaddy Wainwright’s truck with his older sister Patricia as they traveled to and from the pastures. He also taught his younger sister Katherine how to smoke one of their daddy’s cigars. And he participated in the midnight search for his younger brother Michael, who had wandered away from home. Charles was baptized at First United Methodist Church, Livingston, where he and his family were active members. He also visited the Thompson Memorial Presbyterian Church in New Willard with maternal grandparents, C.S. and Florence Wainwright, and often spent Sunday afternoons playing Sorry with his cousins at the Leggett home of paternal grandparents, Lowman and Dovie Parrish . Charles moved with his family to Nacogdoches, Texas, in 1966, beginning school at Raguet Elementary, continuing through Thomas J. Rusk Junior High, and graduating from Nacogdoches High School in 1974. While in school he participated in band and football in junior high and in Health Occupational Coop Training in high school. Charles trained in radiology and received an award for Outstanding HOCT Student. As a youth, Charles was an active member of First United Methodist Church, Nacogdoches, touring with the Youth Choir, serving on the UMYF Council, attending District Summer Church Camp, and serving as a leader on the Camp Council. He introduced the youth of Nacogdoches to Polk County when he led a mission trip to paint the church in New Willard. Charles attended Stephen F. Austin State University, graduating in 1983 with a degree in psychology. While in college, he and his friends enjoyed many philosophical discussions while sitting around Table One at the Pizza Inn Restaurant. They became known as the T-1 Gang. During his eclectic career, Charles hitchhiked to Alaska to work in a fish cannery, drove to the Louisiana coast to work on an offshore oil rig, and traveled all over East Texas to mow highways with his father. He also served as a house parent at Summit Oaks near Laneville and as a social case worker near Tyler and in Polk County. In 2004, Charles formed Steerwater Management, LCC, with Patricia, Katherine, and Michael. He served as Vice-President and Secretary. He educated himself about cattle, timber, oil leases, mineral rights, and land surveying. He could often be found in the Polk County Courthouse, pouring over maps and deeds, or out in the pasture, working with cattle, planting trees, and fixing fence. Charles served as Secretary for the Polk County Forest Landowners Association and Trustee for the Thompson Memorial Church. Charles became the husband of Joyce Byrd and the father of Julie, Sara, and Cinnimon in 1996. He and his new family welcomed his and Joyce’s daughter, Destiny Charla Lorraine, in 1997. Charles was a dedicated, loving, and compassionate father: “a great daddy.” He encouraged his daughters in their activities: soccer, band, choir, drill team, and art. Charles also provided opportunities for spiritual growth, becoming active again at First United Methodist Church, Livingston, teaching Sunday School and encouraging his daughters’ participation in Sunday School, children’s choir, church camp, and other church activities. In April 2008, Charles proudly listened to Destiny sing a solo in worship and watched her climb the Stuart W. Moore Memorial Climbing Tower. In July, he welcomed his grandson Westen. Charles loved his nephews Brent and Kendall and nieces Kelsey and Samantha, showing his affection for them by repeatedly telling them “I love you so much” and giving them really good hugs and kisses. He extended his love to all of his family and to all of his friends. Charles was a marvelous dancer, which his mother and sisters appreciated. Like his parents, he was an avid reader. He was also a writer. To a few people, he was known as “Ignatz.” He wore his cross and peace sign necklace, his bandanas, his faded jeans, his sandals or duck-taped rubber boots, his several coats at one time, and his hair in several styles varying from buzz cuts to twelve-inch ponytails. He always had a Dr. Pepper in hand and often asserted that he should have invested in Dr. Pepper so he could recoup some of his expenses. Charles had a high regard for nature and wildlife, especially butterflies, and always wanted to start a company named “Butterfly Enterprises.” He was a compassionate person. To further extend that compassion, the family requests that memorials be given to Missions and Children’s Ministries at a local United Methodist Church, the National Wildlife Fund, or to the Patsy W. Parrish Scholarship, NHS Alumni Association, 4310 Appleby Sand Road, Nacogdoches, TX, 75965. “Butterflies have but moments and have time enough.”

Parrish, Patsy Ruth Wainwright - b: Sept. 14, 1930   d: Nov. 12, 2001; DS w/ Truett

*Patsy Ruth Wainwright Parrish
         {Daughter of Clyde Shaw & Florence Meece Wainwright}

Patsy Ruth Parrish

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise

LIVINGSTON -- Funeral services for Patsy Ruth Wainwright Parrish, 71, of New Willard were held Saturday, Nov. 17, 2001, at the First United Methodist Church in Livingston, with the Rev. Ricky Ricks, the Rev. Frank E. Hood, the Rev. James Frazier, the Rev. Buff Graham, the Rev. Frank Cady and Dr. Tom Kennedy officiating. Interment was in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Parrish was born on Sept. 14, 1930 in New Willard in the home of her parents, Clyde Shaw and Florence Meece Wainwright. She died Monday, Nov. 12, in Lufkin Memorial Specialty Hospital. Mrs. Parrish attended New Willard School and graduated

from Livingston High School in 1947. She attended Austin College and graduated from Stephen F. Austin State College in Nacogdoches in 1950 with a BA degree in elementary education. She began her teaching career in Galena Park and later taught second grade in Livingston Independent School District. She moved to Nacogdoches in 1966 where she became school librarian for Thomas J. Rusk Middle School. Teaching on an emergency certificate for library science and chasing after four kids, she returned to school in summers to obtain her masters in library science from Sam Houston State College. She completed her degree and graduated with honors in August 1969. She was later chosen to create and

develop a multi-media Library Center for Carpenter Elementary School in Nacogdoches. After 11 years at Carpenter, Mrs. Parrish retired in 1990, having given 34 years to the education of children enrolled in Texas public schools. Mrs. Parrish was an active member of the Texas Librarians Association, and a life member of the Texas State Teachers Association. She grew up as a member of Thompson Memorial Presbyterian Church. Following her marriage, she joined First United Methodist Church in Livingston and later joined the First United Methodist Church in Nacogdoches. Upon her retirement she returned to the Livingston First United Methodist Church. In both the Livingston and Nacogdoches United Methodist churches, she was an active member of the United Methodist Women. She also served her churches and community in a variety of ways, including teaching Sunday school, participation in the open door Sunday school class in

Nacogdoches, working concession stands, playing the piano and singing in the choir and playing in the Silver Bells hand bell choir at Livingston when she returned following her retirement. She also participated in the DMA’s, Christian Workers Class and a Bible study group in Livingston. Mrs. Parrish was preceded in death by her husband of 47 years, Charles Truett Parrish; her parents, Clyde and Florence Wainwright; and her brother, Clyde Shelby Wainwright Jr. Survivors include her daughters, Patricia Ricks and her husband Ricky Ricks of Pittsburg, Texas and Katherine Whitbeck and her husband Steve Whitbeck of

Nacogdoches; two sons, Charles T. Parrish Jr. and wife Joyce of Livingston and Michael Parrish of New Willard and friend Carol Citzler of Irving; and eight grandchildren, Brent and Kelsey Ricks of Pittsburg, Samantha and Kendall Whitbeck of Nacogdoches, and Julie, Sara, Cinnimon and Destiny Parrish of Livingston.

Pace Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Payne, Ben - b: Dec. 13, 1874    d: Aug. 26, 1930; DS w/ Ella Jane

*Ben Payne
         {Married Ella Jane Baker on June 30, 1901}

{Father of Raymond Payne, William Henry Payne, Emory Earl Payne, Ben Payne,

Herman Hayden Payne, Raymond Payne, Barney Payne, Oreal Adron Payne}

Payne, Doris J. - b: Mar. 9, 1914    d: May 21, 1978; DS w/ William

*Doris Johana Fahrenthold Payne

{Married William Henry Payne on Jan. 18, 1930}

{Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Herman Fahrenthold}

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