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



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Laura T. Turner

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise - August 2, 1984 Edition


LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Laura T. Turner, 73, of Livingston were held Monday, July 30, 1984 from the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Orval Barger officiated and interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Turner died Saturday, July 28, in Livingston Memorial Hospital. She was born July 12, 1911 in Grayburg, Texas, the daughter of Peter Lee and Francis Tillou Turner McGowan. Mrs. Turner was a very

active member of the Friendship Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church. She was also an avid 42 player, having participated in many of the Folk life Festival Tournaments. Mrs. Turner had babysat for many of the area children over the years and had become affectionately known as “Granny Turner”. Survivors include two daughters and sons-in-law, Betty and Leroy Ladish of Kingwood and Jack and Margaret Tyler of Livingston; one sister,

Willie B. Watts of Livingston; five grand daughters, Kim Ladish of Houston, Sheri O’Neill and Angela O’Neill of Livingston, Debra Tyler of Academy, Texas, and Laura Fay Turner of Houston; two grand sons, Greg Turner and Bart Turner, both of Houston, one daughter-in-law, Jeannette Turner of Houston; four great grandsons and many other relations and friends. She was preceded in death by her husband, Joseph B. Turner and by her only son, J. B. Turner. Pallbearers were Ben Cockrell, Wallace Turner, Jasper Wilkerson, Fred P. Martin Jr., Hal Loving and Roland Wilder. Honorary pallbearers were Bob Pinckard, Cliff Pinckard, A. T. Watts, Brodie Jones, Joe McKinnon, H. B. “Boots” McKinnon, Joe Camp and Jerry Bloomfield. Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.



Turner, Maggie -  b: Sept. 12, 1860   d: Mar. 24, 1930

*Margaret Texann “Maggie” Manning Turner
        "Mother”   “At Rest"


{Married William George Turner on June 5, 1887}
        {William George Turner is buried at Old City Cemetery, Livingston, TX}
        {Daughter of James A. & Eliza Jane Calliham Manning, mother of James


Austin Turner, John Wesley Turner, Joseph Barton Turner, William

Marion Maxwell Turner, Nettie Verne Turner-Martin}


Turner, Maggie Belle -  b: Jan. 17, 1898   d: Nov. 17, 1985; DS w/ Johnnie


*Maggie Belle Martin Turner
        {Married Johnnie Wesley Turner on April 12, 1917}
        {Daughter of James R. & Carrie Thomas Martin}


Maggie Belle Turner

Obituary published in the Port Arthur News, Port Arthur, Texas – Nov. 18, 1985 Edition

Maggie Bell Turner, 87, of Port Arthur, died Sunday at Crest Haven Nursing Home.

She was a native of Montgomery County and a resident of Port Arthur for 63 years. She was a member of Central Baptist Church. Services will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Levingston Funeral Home in Groves with the Rev. H. R. Stinson officiating. Burial will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Bold Springs Cemetery in Livingston. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m.

today at the funeral home. Survivors include two sons, Wallace H. of Groves and Edmund E. of Port Arthur, two sisters, Bonnie Watts of Livingston and Hortense Phillips of

Goodrich, four grandchildren and six great grandchildren.


Turner, Mary Ann -  b: Apr. 24, 1840    d: Mar. 10, 1916 - beside Joe

*Mary Ann Brock Turner

{3rd wife of Simeon D. Turner married on December 19, 1867}

{Mother of Joe Simeon Turner, Mary Turner-Whisenhant, Docia Turner-Nettles,

Oscar C. Turner, Henrietta Turner Whisenhant,

grandmother of Nora Whisenhant-Richardson}

{Simeon D. Turner is buried at Peebles Cemetery beside his 1st. wife, Mary E.

McLaughlin-Turner and his 2nd wife, Emmeline P. Dagle-Turner.}



Turner, Mattie Ruby -  b: Nov. 20, 1912   d: July 4, 1933


*Mattie Ruby Turner

        {Daughter of Oscar C. & Shirley Stevens-Turner}



Turner, Mrs. O. C. -  No dates.  HCM


*Mrs. O. C. Turner

Turner, Oscar C. – b: Dec. 26, 1871   d: July 24, 1949 - beside Shirley


*Oscar C. Turner
        {Married Shirley Stevens on February 1, 1898}


{Son of Simeon D. & Mary Ann Brock Turner,

father of Mattie Ruby Turner, Kenneth Joe Turner, Unknown Turner Baby}

Turner, Shirley - b: Feb. 7, 1880   d: Feb. 12, 1922 - beside Oscar


*Shirley Stevens Turner
        {Married Oscar C. Turner on February 1, 1898}


{Mother of Mattie Ruby Turner, Kenneth Joe Turner}

{Died in childbirth and is buried with her baby.}

Tweekrem, Adelaide - b: {Dec. 26,} 1909   d: {Nov. 4,} 2002 - beside Jens


*Adelaide Wanda Considine Tweekrem
        {Daughter of Mylius & Juliana Pletz Considine} Cochran FHM only


Adelaide Wanda Tweekrem

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise

LIVINGSTON - Funeral services for Adelaide Wanda Tweekrem, 92, were held Thursday, Nov. 7, 2002, from the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel, with Pastor Sharon Kapsch officiating. Burial followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Tweekrem died Monday, Nov. 4, at her residence in Livingston. She was born Dec. 26, 1909 in Brooklyn, N.Y., the daughter of Mylius and Juliana Pletz Considine. Mrs. Tweekrem was a member of Lake Livingston

Lutheran Church. She was preceded in death by her husband, Jens Tweekrem, and her parents. Survivors include her son, Paul Tweekrem of Mary Ester, Fla.; grandsons, Paul K. Tweekrem of Tucson, Ariz., John Tweekrem of Port Neches and Brian Tweekrem of Pasadena; great-granddaughters, Brandy Tweekrem, Tiffany Veasea, Kaiann Tweekrem, Tara Tweekrem, Paige Tweekrem, Brittney Tweekrem and Kourtney Tweekrem; great-grandson, Tyler Tweekrem; great-great-grandson, Dominick Veasea and sister, Helen Wolf of Florida.

Tweekrem, Jens -  b: Apr. 8, 1907   d: Mar. 6, 2002  - beside Adelaide

*Jens Tweekrem
        Capt-US Coast Guard-World War II


Captain Jens Tweekrem

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise

LIVINGSTON - Funeral services for Captain Jens Tweekrem, 94, were held Saturday, March 9, 2002, from the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel, with the Rev. Sharon Kapsch officiating. Interment followed in Bold Spring Cemetery. Mr. Tweekrem died Wednesday, March 6, at his residence in Onalaska. He was born April 9, 1907 in Christiansan, Norway, the oldest of 10 children of Ole and Tora Burvik Tweekrem. His family were farmers, but he took to

the sea at about age 16. He came to the United States, working up and down the Hudson River. During this time, he put himself through school to obtain licenses to operate ocean going vessels. At age 28 he obtained a master's (captain's) license to command vessels for any seas and any tonnage. In 1939 he applied for commission in the U.S. Navy, which took a couple of years since he still had relatives in occupied Norway. He was commissioned commander and served during World War II, participating on convoys bringing needed

supplies to support the war effort. He served about 35 years on the seas. Leaving the sea, he served some 20 years as port captain/superintendent. He was preceded in death by his parents and eight brothers and sisters. Survivors include his wife of more than 70 years, Adelaide; son, Paul K. Tweekrem of Maryesther, Fla.; grandsons, Paul K. Tweekrem of Tucson, Ariz., John Tweekrem of Port Neches and Brian Tweekrem of Pasadena; great-granddaughters, Brandy Tweekrem, Tiffany Veasea, Kaiann Tweekrem, Tara Tweekrem, Paige Tweekrem, Brittney Tweekrem and Kourtney Tweekrem; great-grandson, Tyler Tweekrem; great-great-grandson, Dominick Veasea; and sister, Olga Arneson.


Unknown  -  No dates.  HCM  w/ ”unknown” written on it.


Van Aken, Lisa Gale - b: Sept. 3, 1974   d: Sept. 3, 1974

*Lisa Gale Van Aken
        {Daughter of William Pierce & Peggy Ann Crawford Van Aken,


granddaughter of Lois Cox Smith,

great-granddaughter of Milledge A. & Pearl Davis Cox}

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