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

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Lois Cox Smith

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – November 1, 2001 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Lois Smith of Texas City died on Friday, Oct. 26, 2001, in Alvin.

Mrs. Smith was born on Oct. 7, 1921 in Polk County, the daughter of M. A. Cox and Pearl Davis Cox. She was preceded in death by her parents; great-grandson, Stephen Crawford; and two brothers, Aaron Cox and J. R. Cox. Survivors include her daughter, Peggy Van Aken of Alvin; two grandsons, Max Crawford and Randy Allen Van Aken of Alvin; great-grandson, Scott Crawford of Texas City; great-granddaughter Alyssa Crawford of Alvin;

great-grandson, Cody Crawford of Alvin; and great-granddaughter, Kaeli Jordan Van Aken of Alvin. Graveside services were held on Monday, Oct. 29 from Bold Springs Cemetery, with the Rev. Frank Hood officiating. Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Smith, Lonnie Jr. -  b: Aug. 19, 1937   d: Sept. 17, 1956

*Lonnie Smith Jr.

At Rest” {Son of Lonnie & Catherine (Smith) Smith}

Smith, L. E. - b: 1925    d: ____

Smith, L. W. – b: 1928   d: ____

Smith, Nora – b: July 15, 1891   d: Apr. 17, 1983; DS w/ George

*Nora Barrett Smith

{Married George Smith on Sept. 10, 1911}

{Daughter of Bob & Lizzie Clifton Barrett,

mother of Katherine Smith Arrington}

Nora Barrett Smith

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – April 24, 1983 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Mrs. Nora Barrett Smith, 90, of Livingston were held Tuesday from the Pace Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. B. J. Starnes officiated and interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Smith died April 17 at the family residence in Livingston. She was born July 15, 1892 in Nacogdoches, the daughter of the late Bob and Lizzie Clifton Barrett. She spent her early childhood in Nacogdoches and attended the local public schools in that community. She married the late George Smith on

Sept. 10, 1911 in Nacogdoches. To this marriage was born five children, who survive.

During the early part of 1929 she moved to Polk County. She resided in Livingston for the past 35 years, previously residing in the Blanchard community. Mrs. Smith was a member of the Assembly of God church. Survivors include four daughters, Lena Smith of Houston, Hassie Hilton of Livingston, Katherine Arrington of Trinity and Faye Cook of Livingston;

one son W. L. “Bill” Smith of Houston; two sisters, Jennie Green of Nacogdoches and Jessie Hutchinson of Nacogdoches; one brother, E. M. Barrett of Nacogdoches; 22 grandchildren; 55 great grandchildren; 19 great-great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Pallbearers were Billy Joe Hilton, Leonard (Bo) Hilton, Richard Hollis, Donnie Hilton, Johnny Smith and Glenn Putnam.

Smith, Robert L. - b: 1898    d: 1942

Smith, Tom Elijah -  b: Aug. 24, 1902   d: Sept. 14, 1982; DS w/ Agnese

*Tom Elijah Smith
        “Darling you have gone ahead to our heavenly home
        I will follow someday, never to be parted again”

{Married Agnese Hood on Nov. 18, 1933} {Son of John & Elizabeth West Smith}

Tom E. Smith

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – September 19, 1982 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services were held Wednesday for Tom E. Smith, 80, at the First Baptist Church of Livingston. The Rev. Orval Barger officiated and interment followed at Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Smith was born Aug. 24, 1902 in Burkeville and died Sept. 14 in Livingston Memorial Hospital. He was the son of the late John Smith and Elizabeth (West)

Smith. He married Agnese (Hood) Smith Nov. 18, 1933. They had lived in Polk County

for the past 50 years. Mr. Smith was a member of the First Baptist Church in Livingston since 1934. He was very active in all church activities and taught Sunday school in the youth

department. He was also active in the cub and boy scouts, along with coaching

Little League and teenage baseball. Mr. Smith was a past member of the Rotary Club in Livingston. He retired from Exxon in 1967 after working in the maintenance division,

Schwab City. He was employed with Exxon for 24 years. Survivors include his wife, Agnese Smith of Livingston; two daughters, Lynda Appelt of Eagle Lake and Pat Smith of Springs; two son-in-laws, Bill Appelt of Eagle Lake and Thomas Smith of Spring; grandson, Darrel Appelt; two grand-daughters, Laura Appelt and Treva Smith; two sisters, Alma Hodges of Jasper and Altha Poindexter of Pineland and numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and

friends. Pallbearers were Herbert Bader, Jim Peters, Ivan P. Smith, Edwin Carter, C. L.

King, Ross Hightower, Carnie White and Hood T. Bader. Honorary pallbearers were the men’s Bible class, Dr. T. L. Gardner and Raymond Payne.

Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements

Smith, Vinnie B. -  b: Mar. 23, 1898   d: Sept. 8, 1899 – beside Georgia Ethel Smith

*Vinnie B. Smith
        “Daughter of Sidney & Florence Smith” {Sister of Georgia Ethel Smith,

granddaughter of Elias & Angeline Keen McCrorey}

Sorrels, Marvin W. -  b: {Oct. 20,} 1917   d: {Mar. 27,} 2002

*Marvin William Sorrels
st married Marie Stenspenzel, 2nd married Pansy Brown on Aug. 8, 1986}

{Son of William Franklin & Selma Louise Sprain Sorrels}

Cochran FHM only

Marvin William Sorrels

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise

LIVINGSTON - Funeral services for Marvin William Sorrels, 84, were held Friday,

March 29, 2002, from the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Harold Isaacs officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Military honors were provided

by the VFW Post 568 Honor Guard. Mr. Sorrels died Wednesday, March 27, in Memorial

Health System of East Texas in Lufkin. He was born Oct. 20, 1917 in East Bernard, the son of William Franklin Sorrels and Selma Louise Sprain Sorrels. Mr. Sorrels served in the U.S.

Navy during World War II and was a member of VFW Post 8568. He was preceded in death by his parents; former wife, Marie Stenspenzel Sorrels; brother, Lee Roy Sorrels; and sisters, Willie Sorrels Childers, Ida Wadges and Selma Sorrels. Survivors include his wife, Pansy; son, Preston Lee Sorrels of Paterson; daughter and husband, Carlene and Sal Ramirez of Livingston; brother, W.T. Sorrels of Franklin; granddaughter, Candice Henry; and grandsons, Carlton Ramirez and Paul Ramirez. Pallbearers were Sal Ramirez, Carlton Ramirez, Jack Kelley, Ronnie Sorrels and Rommy Copeling. The VFW Post 8568 Honor Guard served as honorary pallbearers.

Sorrels, Pansy Brown Lingold – b: {Oct. 20,} 1917 d: {June 8,} 2005

*Pansy Brown Lingold Sorrels

{1st married Carl Lingold, 2nd married Marvin Sorrels on August 8, 1986}

{Daughter of Willie Edgar & Mae Huff Brown} Cochran FHM only

Pansy Brown Lingold Sorrels

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise - June 12, 2005 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Pansy Lingold Sorrels, 87, were held Saturday, June 11, 2005, in the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. James Brock officiating. Burial followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Sorrels died Wednesday, June 8, in Memorial Medical Center – Livingston. She was born Oct. 20, 1917 in Humble, the daughter of Willie Edgar Brown and Mae Huff Brown. She was preceded in death by her parents; two husbands, Carl Lingold and Marvin Sorrels and three brothers, Carl Brown, Edridge West and Harry Hicks. Survivors include her daughter and son-in-law, Carlene and Tony Brasher of Livingston; grandchildren, Candice Henry of Livingston, Carlton Ramirez of Pasadena and Paul Ramirez of Livingston and very special niece, Elder Mae Kelley. Pallbearers were

Carlton Ramirez, Carl West, Derrick Toole, Steve Brasher, Jackie West, Curtis West,

Tom Youngblood and Billy Adams.

Southern, Charles E. – b: {June 14, 1886}   d: June 16, 1934

*Charles Edgar Southern
        Texas-Pvt-143 Inf-36 Div 

{Son of J. M. Southern, brother of Dalton Southern,
        1st husband of Carmen Lucille Rogers-Southern-Gillham}

Southern, Dalton -  b: {Jan. 9,} 1888    d: {May 21,} 1942; DS w/ Treva

*George Dalton Southern
        {Married Treva Buller on December 22, 1910}  

{Son of J. M. Southern,
        father of Wayne Southern-Wilder, Maurine Southern-Ewing &

Patsy Southern-McGaughey}

Southern, G. D. Child - No dates.  HCM
Southern, G. D. Child - No dates.  HCM
Southern, G. D. Child - No dates.  HCM

Southern, J. M. - No dates.   HCM

*James M. Southern {b: Sept. 1, 1856 d: Jan. 1930}
         {Father of Dalton & Charles E. Southern}

Copied From:

Polk County Folks – Newspaper Obituaries and Death Notices – Volume 1 “

by Don Hendrix – page 115:

From The Polk County Enterprise:

23 Jan 1930 – James M. Southern, resident of Polk county for a quarter of a century, died Saturday at the home of his son Dalton G. Southern in Buck….

Burial took place at 3 o’clock at the cemetery at Bold Springs.

Mr. Southern was born September 1, 1856 in Shelby county, Texas. He came to Polk county 25 years ago. He was twice married, and his second wife has been dead for 33 years….

Mr. Southern is survived by one daughter, Mrs. George Timer of Trinity and two sons, Charles of New Willard and Dalton G. of Buck; another daughter, Mrs. Swinney, has been dead for some time….

Southern, Treva -  b: 1890   d: 1962; DS w/ Dalton

*Treva Buller Southern
        {Married Dalton Southern on December 22, 1910}
        {Daughter of N. C. & Vinie Marsh Buller, mother of Wayne Southern-Wilder,
         Maurine Southern-Ewing & Patsy Southern-McGaughey}

Sparks, Maude E. -  b: 1888   d: {Sept. 30,} 1969

*Maude Elizabeth Baker Sparks
        {Mother of Dorothy Sparks-McClain}

{Daughter of Thomas E. & Ellen Brasher Baker}

Sprayberry, Ada -  b: Feb. 17, 1896   d: July 13, 1976; DS w/ Willie

*Emma Ada Helpenstell-Sprayberry
         “Married Willie Sprayberry on Dec. 24, 1919”

{Daughter of Albert & Martha Pierce Helpenstell,

mother of Jimmie Albert Sprayberry}

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