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



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Ryan Riddle


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – July 2, 1998 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Ryan Lee “Smiley” Riddle, 22, of Livingston died unexpectedly in an

automobile accident on June 26, 1998. He was born May 27, 1976 in Houston. He grew

up in Livingston and graduated in 1994 from Livingston High School. He attended Stephen

F. Austin State University and Angelina Junior College. He lived in Richmond and worked

for Houston Lighting and Power. He was engaged to be married on Nov. 14, 1998 to Kelly

Dawn Oliver. Survivors include his parents, Jimmy and Carolyn Riddle of Livingston;

his fiancé, Kelly Oliver of Livingston; sister, Shannon Janek and husband Kyle of Houston;

brother, Jason Riddle and wife Julie of Richmond; sister, Deni Pietsch and husband David

of Rosenberg; nephews, Devon, Dalton, Dillon and Dayton Pietsch of Rosenberg; grand-

parents, Helen Riddle and the late Alvis “Buddy” Riddle of Livingston, Ruth Dillon and the

late Matt Dillon of Las Vegas, and the late Alfred P. Wilbois of Houston; aunts and uncles,

Bill and Ann McDougal and family of Houston, Rocky and Linda Riddle and children of

Houston, Robert and Sharlot Riddle and children of Sugarland, David and Vicki Riddle

and children of Katy, and John and Leslie Wilbois and children of Houston; and many,

many friends. Funeral services were held Monday, June 29, from the First United

Methodist Church of Livingston, with the Rev. James Frazier, Dr. Don Willis and Bro.

Lindell Mitchell officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers

were Travis Barnes, Chad Greenwood, Seth Handley, Bubba Jackson, Hec Long, Justin

Morris, Jeremy Perry and Scott Sloan. Honorary pallbearers were Homer Barnes,

Jeremiah Barnes, Josh Clarke, Stan David, Matt Matlock, Erich Morris, Cecil Snook

and Petey Thomas. Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.


Riley, Johnny Marvin – b: {Dec. 13,} 1935   d: {Jan. 6,} 1986

*Johnny Marvin Riley
        SP4-US Army


{Married Mary Jane McPike on Aug. 11, 1962}

{Son of Marvin & Johnnie Marie Lockhart Riley}

Johnny Marvin Riley


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – January 12, 1986 Edition

Livingston – Funeral services for Johnny Marvin Riley, 50, of Livingston, were held

Wednesday, Jan. 8, 1986. He was born Dec. 13, 1935 in Colita to Marvin and Johnnie Marie

Lockhart Riley. He married Mary Jane McPike on Aug. 11, 1962. Riley had 10 years of

meritorious service with the Texas Highway Department, and worked at Campbell Ready Mix until his retirement. Riley is survived by his wife, Mary; two sons, Tom Riley and Johnny Boyd Riley; two daughters, Robin Riley and Tina Riley, all of Livingston; his mother, Johnnie Marie Raines and Step-father, Delmar Raines, both of Moscow; one sister, Lois Marie Hubbard of Corrigan; one brother, Bobby Glenn Riley of Chireno; and one grand-daughter, Misty Renee Riley of Pasadena. Pallbearers were Danny McPike, Gary McPike, David Boaen, Robert Boaen, Hall Hubbard and Ronnie McPike. Honorary Pallbearers were Roy Burch, Tommy Lockhart, Wayne McDaniel and Robert Cochran. Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Roark, James H. (Bill) - b: Aug. 5, 1910   d: Jan. 6, 1984; DS w/ Mable

*James Hiram “Bill” Roark
        “Precious Memories”  


{Married Mable Elaine McKinnon on Dec. 24, 1935} {Grandfather of

James Lee Chapman}

Roark, Mable Elaine - b: June 19, 1919   d: Jan. 11, 2000; DS w/ James

*Mable Elaine McKinnon Roark
        “Precious Memories” 

{Married James Hiram Roark on Dec. 24, 1935}
       {Daughter of Richard Neil & Alice May Watts McKinnon, sister of


Joe Neil McKinnon, Henry Beuron “Boots” McKinnon, ½ sister of

Travie Andress-Weeks, grandmother of James Lee Chapman}


Roberson, E., Baby - No dates.  HCM - beside Eula

Roberson, Eula – b: Aug. 5, 1904   d: Feb. 17, 1933

*Eula Roberson

By Father”


Robertson, Cleveland – b: June 8, 1915   d: Oct. 3, 1996; DS w/ Sarah

*Cleveland Robertson
        “Married Sarah Robinson on Dec. 28, 1967”

{Son of John & Eda Jennings Robertson}

Cleveland Robertson


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – October 10, 1996 Edition

Livingston – Graveside services for Cleveland Robertson, 81, of Magnolia, formerly of Livingston, were held Sunday, Oct. 6, 1996, from Bold Springs Cemetery, with the Rev. Harold Isaacs officiating. Mr. Robertson was born June 8, 1915 in North Dakota, the son of John and Eda Jennings Robertson, and died Oct. 3 in Houston. He had been employed as a carpenter and was a veteran of the armed forces. He was preceded in death by his parents and his wife, Sarah Robertson. Survivors include son and daughter-in-law, Lynn and Sheila Robertson of Magnolia; brother, Aldridge Robertson of Michigan; and grandchildren,

Cody Robertson and Kristy Robertson, both of Magnolia.

Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.


Robertson, Sarah A. - b: July 18, 1918   d: Mar. 28, 1995; DS w/ Cleveland

*Sarah Allie Robinson Bohannon Robertson
         “Married Cleveland Robertson on Dec. 28, 1967”


{Daughter of Frank & Inez Ashberry Robinson}


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