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



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Katherine Louise Baxley


Obituary from the Polk County Enterprise - September 17, 1987 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Graveside services for Katherine Louise Baxley, 54, of Livingston were held Thursday, Sept. 24, 1987 from Bold Springs Cemetery, with the Rev. Frank Hood officiating. Mrs. Baxley died Sept. 22 at her home. She was born March 25, 1933 in Dallas, the daughter of Luther Lee Smith and Willie Smith. Survivors include her husband, Irving D. Baxley of Livingston; sons, Darrell L. Baxley of Livingston and Irving Duane Baxley of Dallas; daughter, Dianna Lynn Chavez of Houston; mother, Willie Smith of Houston; mother-in-law, Orveda Baxley of Livingston; sisters, Nell Baker of Dallas, Dollie Warner of Robin, Mary

McCullough of McKinney, Shirlee Ferguson of Houston, Jean Richardson of Houston and Barbara Taylor of Lufkin; brothers, Earl Smith of Houston, Fred Smith of New Tazewell, Tenn. and Alfred Smith of Houston; and six grandchildren. Pallbearers were Doug Baxley, Ronnie Chavez, Rocky Richards, Luron Whatley and Donnis Maze. Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.
Baxley, Orveda Leo – b: July 18, 1905   d: June 7, 1994

*Orveda Leo Barclay Baxley

In Loving Memory” {Married James Leeland Baxley, mother of Irving Dalton



Baxley, grandmother of Irving Duane Baxley, Diana Lynn Baxley-Chavez}

Bean, Kenneth Garvey – b: June 16, 1915   d: Aug. 24, 1975

*Kenneth Garvey Bean
         MM2-US Navy-WW II  {Son of Kenneth Hicks & Allie Garvey Bean, brother of

Jerutia Bean-Hairston, Margaret Ann Bean-Rushing}
Beane, Timothy John -  b: Sept. 22, 1983   d: Apr. 11, 2001

*Timothy John Beane

        “Safe In The Arms of The Lord”  



{Son of Timothy Keith & Delayna Lea Penry-Beane, great-grandson of Alton Jarvis & Billie Reaves-Marsh, great-great-grandson of Tom & Polly Scrap Rogers Marsh, great- great-great-grandson of Allie Moody-Baggett-Rogers, Manton Evander & Cynthia Gilbert Marsh}

Timothy John Beane

Obituary from the Polk County Enterprise

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Tim J. Beane, 17 of Livingston were held Saturday, April 14, 2001, from the Pace Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Frank E. Hood officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. He was born Sept. 22, 1983 in Galveston, the son of Timothy Keith Beane and Delayna Lea Penry Beane and died Wednesday, April 11, in Livingston. Survivors include his father, Timothy Keith Beane

of Livingston; mother, Delayna Lea Beane of Livingston; sister, Tori Beane of Livingston, grandmother Carol Beane of Livingston, aunts, Dodie and husband Michael Wallace of

Porter, and Debra and husband Richard Gagnon of Livingston;uncle, Vince and wife Sue Beane of Cannon City, Colo.; and honorary grandfather, Ken Troyer. He was preceded in death by his grandmother, Jacqulynn Babbs; great-grandmother, Billie Marsh; and grand-father, Johnny Penry. Pallbearers were Chuck Aubrey, Lee Burkett, Ryan Harjo, Tommy McDaniel, John Alsobrooks and Joe Alsobrooks.

Bell, Cornelia F. - b: Jan. 19, 1914   d: Feb. 15, 2002; DS w/Frank

*Cornelia Florence Belcher-Towns-Bell}

{1st married Charlie Thomas Towns, 2nd married Frank Charles Bell on Feb. 22, 1958}



{Daughter of Wyatt Wenton & Mrytle Lou Bates Belcher,

mother of Charles Alfred Towns}

Cornelia Florence Bell

Obituary from the Polk County Enterprise

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Cornelia Florence Bell, 88, were held Sunday, Feb. 17, 2002 from the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Frank Hood officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Bell died Friday, Feb. 15, in Livingston. She was born Jan. 19, 1914 in Nesbitt, the daughter of Wyatt Wenton Belcher and Mrytle Lou Bates Belcher. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charlie Thomas Towns; her parents; husband Frank Charles Bell, brother, Wyatt W. Belcher Jr.; sister, Inez Belcher; an infant brother and an infant sister. Survivors include her son and daughter-in-law, Charles A. and Ernestine Towns of Livingston; sister, Mary Ruth Burts of Houston; grandson, Jeff T. Towns of Spring; granddaughter, Deborah S. Towns of Livingston; great-granddaughter,

Elizabeth J. Towns of Livingston; nephews, Bennie Burts of LaPorte and Johnney

Burts of Houston and niece, Catherine Burts Hales of The Woodlands.

Bell, Frank C. – b: Apr. 3, 1909   d: July 22, 1997; DS w/Cornelia

*Frank Charles Bell
        Frank Charles Bell-Pvt-US Army

Married Cornelia Belcher-Towns on Feb. 22, 1958” 



Bender, Edmund Forest – b: May 6, 1921 d: June 25, 2008 – beside Irving Baxley

*Edmund Forest Bender TEC 4-US Army-World War II

{Married Virginia Baxley on April 14, 1995} {Son-in-law of Irving Dalton &

Katherine Smith Baxley, son of Lawrence Lewis & Emily Beckman Bender}

Edmund F. Bender
Obituary found on the Cochran Funeral Home website.
Edmond Forest Bender 87 of Livingston passed away Wednesday June 25, 2008 in Houston. Funeral services will be held Friday June 27, 2008 at 4:00PM in the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Frank Hood officiating. Visitation will be Thursday June 26, 2008 from 5:00 PM until 9:00 PM also in the Cochran Funeral Home. Military Honors will be given by VFW Post #8568. He was born May 6, 1921 in Eagle Lake, Texas to parents Lawrence Lewis Bender and Emily Beckman Bender. Edmond proudly served our country in WWII from 1942 until 1945. He was a life time member of the VFW Post #8568, and was a member of the Trinity Masonic Lodge #14 AF/AM. Edmond is survived by his wife Virginia Bender of Livingston, daughters Florence Parker and husband Karl of Lake Jackson, Beverly Gregory and husband Larry of Deer Park, Lenelle Deaville and husband Isaac of Livingston, Ann Munn and husband Bill of Spring, son Norman French Jr. of Livingston, and sister Helen Stewart of Chappell Hill. He is also survived by his grandson John David Parker of Louisiana and granddaughter Lora Hoke of Washington State. A host of other grandchildren and great grandchildren survived him as well. Serving as pallbearers will be Donald Noack, Bill Munn, Wayne Flannery, Woodrow Nelson, Karl Parker, Larry Gregory, John David Parker, Larry Stewart, and Willie Lawson. Cochran Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Bennett, Homer Lee - b: May 14, 1916   d: Apr. 27, 1978; DS w/Lola



*Homer Lee Bennett

{Married Lola Mae Harvell on Feb. 15, 1937}

{Son of Mr. & Mrs. D. B. Bennett}

Homer Lee Bennett

Obituary from the Polk County Enterprise - May 4, 1978 Edition

Funeral services for Homer Lee Bennett, 61, were held April 30 from the chapel of the Pace Funeral Home with the Rev. C. L. Moore assisted by Rev. Frank Hood officiating. Interment followed at Bold Springs Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jim Collins, Olif Templeton, Rick DeLeon, Herbert L. Bennett, Donald B. Bennett, and Larry Lee Bennett. Bennett was born May 14, 1916 in Birmingham, Alabama. He died April 27, 1978. Bennett is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Bennett of Birmingham, Alabama. He attended the Alabama public schools. Bennett married Lola Mae Harvell on Feb. 15, 1937. He was employed by the American Can Company. Bennett had made Polk County and the Bold Springs community his home for the past six years. He was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include; his wife, Lola Mae Bennett of Livingston; three sons, Herbert L. Bennett, Donald D. Bennett and Larry Lee Bennett, all of Houston; three daughters, Belvery Collins of Houston, Sandra F. Templeton of Gary, and Helen J. DeLeon of Houston; six brothers, E. B. Bennett of Tyler, J. H. Bennett of Columbus, Miss., Charles Bennett of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Edward Bennett of Hold, Ala., Ben Bennett and Archie Bennett, both of Houston; five sisters, Nell Fisher, Victoria Harris, Mary Lawrence, all of Hold, Ala., Ethel Thomas of Birmingham, Ala., and Sally Bartlett of Pasadena; nine grand-children and a host of other relatives and friends.

Bennett, Lola Mae - b: Jan. 19, 1920   d: Aug 4, 2005; DS w/Homer

*Lola Mae Harvell-Bennett-Baker-Chalker

{1st married Homer Lee Bennett on Feb. 15, 1937,

2nd married Ed D. Baker on Dec. 7, 1978,

3rd married Wilburn Gaines Chalker on July 3, 1989}

{Daughter of Willis & Lula Jane Pennington Harvell}

Lola Bennett

Published August 2005 in the Polk County Enterprise

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Lola Mae Bennett (Chalker), 85, were held Saturday, Aug. 6, 2005, in Bethel Baptist Church, with the Rev. Dicky Boddie officiating. Burial followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. She was born Jan. 19, 1920 in Bessemer, Ala., the daughter of Willis and Lula Jane Pennington Harvell, and died Thursday, Aug. 4, in Briarcliff Health Center in Carthage. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband of 42 years, Homer Lee Bennett; husband of 10 years, Ed Baker; husband of seven years, Wilburn Chalker; grandson, Harold Leroy Bennett; granddaughter, Leslie Bennett and great-grandson, Joshua Michael Templeton. Survivors include her sons, Herbert Leslie Bennett of Humble, Donald Brady Bennett of Grand Prairie and Larry Lee Bennett of Hermitage, Tenn.; daughters, Belvery Annette Collins of Conroe, Sandra Faye Templeton of Carthage and Helen Joyce DeLeon of Humble; 17 grandchildren; 27 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were David Bennink, Michael Collins, David Geiger, Anthony Templeton, Stacy Templeton and Clay Templeton. Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Bevell, Alton McKay - b: Aug. 6, 1927   d: Jan. 20, 1974; DS w/Patricia

*Alton McKay Bevell
        “Our Love is Eternal” 


{Married Patricia Ann Martin on June 27, 1952}

{Son of James Blaine & Annie Belle Wilson Bevell}

Alton McKay Bevell

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – January 24, 1974 Edition

Longtime Livingston businessman Alton McKay Bevell, owner of Bevell Wholesale Tackle Co. was buried in the Bold Springs Cemetery Wednesday following services at First Baptist Church in Livingston. He was 46. Mr. Bevell died suddenly Sunday evening while conducting church services in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) in Woodville which he served as president. He was born on Aug. 6, 1927 near Batesville, Miss. the son of James Blaine and Annie Belle Wilson Bevell. While in high school he excelled in basketball and baseball and upon graduation from Batesville High School in 1947 he was granted an athletic scholarship. However, because of a heart condition which developed in his youth, his doctor advised against further athletic activity. Mr. Bevell came to Livingston in 1951 where he married Patricia Ann Martin on June 17 1952. Mr. Bevell became the owner of a service station in downtown Livingston in 1958, but leaving the service station business he developed business activities in the rapidly growing fishing and recreational area around Livingston which culminated in creation of Bevell Wholesale Tackle Co. Mr. Bevell was instrumental in creating successful fishing spinners and lures which have received wide publicity in the area. The Big B, Bevell's Edge, the Po-Boy, H & H and the Tenna-spin are some of the lures which he helped develop and are now famous.  In October 1973, Mr. Bevell had open heart surgery. He had recovered to a point where he was allowed to spend several hours each day in his usual activities.  He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Katherine Kay and Tenna Ann Bevell of Livingston, his mother of Batesville, Miss. four sisters, Bessie

Purser, Lucile Stroupe and Margaret Wood, all of Batesville and Hazel Barnes of Roy, Utah; and two brothers, Baster Bevell of Southaven, Miss. and Calvin Bevell of Monrovia, Calif. Pallbearers were James E. Purser, Ralph Purser, Billy Strange, Noah Crosby, Charlie Ratcliff and Lee Odom.

Bevell, Patricia Ann - b: Oct. 11, 1934   d: ______; DS w/Alton McKay

*Patricia Ann Martin Bevell
        “Our Love is Eternal”  


{Married Alton McKay Bevell on June 27, 1952}
        {Daughter of Dan Thomas & Kitty Watts-Martin}


Bilbro, Jessie H. - b: Oct. 26, 1875   d: Jan. 20, 1954


*Jessie Henry Bilbro
        “At Rest” {Son of Rev. Patrick Henry & Sarah Ida Butler-Bilbro}


Bilbro, Newton L. - b: July 18, 1887   d: Mar. 8, 1957


*Newton Lenard Bilbro
        “At Rest” {Son of Rev. Patrick Henry & Sarah Ida Butler-Bilbro}



Bilbro, Rev. P. H. - b: Jan. 17, 1837 - In Rankin Co. Miss. d: Jan. 8, 1915


*Reverend Patrick Henry Bilbro
         Patrick Henry Bilbro-Pvt-Co B-Cleburne's Brig-6 Miss Inf-CSA
        “Thy God has claimed ___ce as his own”


{Married Sarah Ida Butler on Oct. 22, 1874, she is buried at Old City Cemetery,

Livingston, TX.}

{Son of Littleberry & Mildred Lawrence Bilbro, father of Newton L. Bilbro,

Jessie H. Bilbro, Gertrude Bilbro-Ellis & Cordelia Bilbro-Marsh} 


Blackburn, Marlin Ray - b: {Aug. 17,} 1962   d: {Apr. 4,} 2003


*Marlin Ray Blackburn

{Married Mary Ann Thacker on March 6, 1987}

{Son of Tim Blackburn & Norma Lane-Blackburn-Selby,

great-uncle of Dylan Wayne Scott} Pace FHM only

Marlin Ray Blackburn

Obituary from the Polk County Enterprise

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Marlin Ray Blackburn of Livingston were held Tuesday, April 8, 2003 with Pastor Mike Hammonds officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Blackburn was born Aug. 17, 1962 and died on April 4, 2003. He was a certified Ford technician for seven years and enjoyed watching NASCAR racing. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Alvin and Lola Lane of Lufkin and a great nephew, Dylan Wayne Scott of Livingston. He is survived by his wife of 16 years, Mary Ann Thacker Blackburn; mother Norma Selby and husband Todd of Livingston; father Tim Blackburn of Bay City; sister Cheryl Scott and husband Robby of Livingston; brother, Michael Blackburn and wife Patricia of Lake Jackson and nieces, Robin and Tessa Scott of Livingston and Shelby, Courtney and Jourden Blackburn of Lake Jackson.

Blackerby, Brooke Erin – b: May 16, 2005 d: September 6, 2006

*Brooke Erin Blackerby

{Daughter of John Addison and Keri Blackerby,

great-granddaughter of Jake Blackerby}

Pace FHM only

Brooke Erin Blackerby

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – September 2006 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Brooke Erin Blackerby, age 1, of Corrigan, were held Tuesday, September 12, 2006, in the Pace Funeral Home Chapel, with Rev. Frank Hood officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Brooke was born May 16, 2005

in The Woodlands and died Wednesday, September 6. Survivors include her father, John Addison; mother, Keri Blackerby; grandfather, Jess Blackerby; grandmother, Sandra Bostwick and grandparents, Dean Alley and Debra Alley. She was preceded in death by her daddy, Michael Alley; great-grand-fathers, Jake Blackerby and Fred Knowlton and great-grandmother, Dorothy Knowlton.

Blackerby, Johnnie Lynn - Born & Died - Dec. 21, 1958 – beside Aaron White



*Johnnie Lynn Blackerby

Pace FHM & Wooden cross with name & date written on it. 

{Child of Jake William & Pearlee Lawrence-Blackerby}

Blackerby, Jake William – b: May 31, 1925   d: June 12, 2000; DS w/Pearlee


*Jake William Blackerby
        “Married Pearlee Lawrence on June 5, 1953”  


{Son of Clyde Blackerby & Dessie Ann Glass-Blackerby-Baker,

brother of  Doris E. Blackerby-Walton, half-brother of Eddie Ruth Baker-

Goertz & Cynthia Ann Baker-Krieger, father of Johnnie Lynn Blackerby}

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