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



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Dorothy Ann Watson


Obituary published Polk County Enterprise – November 14, 1996 Edition

Livingston – Funeral services for Dorothy Ann Watson, 51, of Livingston will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, 1996, from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints in Livingston, with President Ira Ferguson officiating. Interment will follow in Bold

Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Watson was born Feb. 18, 1945 in Howard, Ind., the daughter

of Leonard Filmore and Rachael Irene Pierce Woodson, and died Monday, Nov. 11, at her residence. She was a homemaker and a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Survivors include her husband, W. L. Watson of Livingston; son, James F. Calnan of Fort Worth; daughter, C. Colleen Williams of Fort Worth; brother, Leonard Woodson of Livingston; and sisters, Wanda J. Cassidy of Arkansas and Bonnie M. Jett of Louisiana.

She was preceded in death by her parents. Pallbearers will be Walter Zimmerman, Rodger Campbell, J. O. Cowart, Don Tullos, Elder Weller and Elder Hansen.

Cochran Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Watson, Gada Mae -  b: Mar. 11, 1905    d: Apr. 29, 1981; DS w/ James

*Gada Mae Austin Watson
           “Married James Oscar Watson on June 20, 1925”


{Mother of Billie Jean Watson-Brakel, daughter of Noonan &

Della Flowers Austin}

Gada Mae Watson


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – May 7, 1981 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Services were held in the Livingston Church of Christ Friday, May 1, for Gada Mae Watson, 76, who died April 29 in Livingston Memorial Hospital. Andy Dooley, Church of Christ minister, officiated, assisted by Mr. Rasberry, Church of Christ minister. Interment was in the Bold Springs Cemetery with Donald Austin, Keith Austin, Don Brooks, Al Midgely, Kenny Holsberry and Ronnie Hester serving as pallbearers. Mrs. Watson was born March 11, 1905, the daughter of the late Noonan and Della Flowers Austin. A native of Burke, she moved at an early age with her parents to Trinity County. She received her education in the public schools of Apple Springs. She was married to James Oscar Watson June 20, 1925, in the Cresy Community in Trinity. To this union were born two children who survive. In 1939 she moved to Livingston, where she had resided the previous 42 years.

She was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband, James Oscar Watson of Livingston; one daughter, Mrs. Billy Jean Brakel of Livingston; one son, Kenneth A. Watson of Trinity; three brothers, Bill Austin and Alton Austin, both of Lufkin; and James Austin of Willis; one sister, Mrs. Lou Summerall of Lufkin; seven grandchildren, 11

great grandchildren and a host of relatives and friends.



Watson, James Oscar “Joe” -  b: Jan. 20, 1904   d: Dec. 22, 1993; DS w/ Gada

*James Oscar “Joe” Watson
           “Married Gada Mae Austin on June 20, 1925”


{Son of William Henry & Nannie Milligan Watson,

father of Billie Jean Watson-Brakel}

James Oscar Watson


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – December 23, 1993 Edition

Livingston – Funeral services for James Oscar Watson, 89, of Livingston will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, Dec. 24, 1993, from the Livingston Church of Christ, with Bro. Lyndell Mitchell and Bro. Andy Dooley officiating. Interment will follow in Bold Springs Cemetery.

Mr. Watson died Wednesday, Dec. 22.

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – December 26, 1993 Edition

Livingston – Funeral services for James Oscar Watson, 89, of Livingston were held Friday, Dec. 24, 1993, from Livingston Church of Christ, with Bro. Andy Dooley officiating, assisted by Lyndell Mitchell, Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Watson died Dec. 22 in Lufkin. He was born Jan. 20, 1904 in Centralia, the son of William Henry

and Nannie Milligan Watson. He grew up in Centralia and attended school there. On June 20, 1925 he married the former Gada Mae Austin in Burke. To this union two children were born, both of whom survive. Mr. Watson went to work for Exxon in 1930. He retired from there in 1968, after 38 years of service. Livingston has been his home since 1939. He was a member of Livingston Church of Christ. He was preceded in death by his wife in 1981.

Survivors include a son, Kenneth A. Watson of Baytown; daughter, Billie Jean Brakel of Livingston; three brothers; Buddy Watson of Lufkin, H. R. Watson of El Campo and O. B. Watson; two sisters Dickie Tullos of Humble and Liza Tullos of El Campo; seven grand-

children; 14 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grandson and numerous other relatives and friends. Pallbearers were grandsons and great-grandsons; Reed Watson Rowe,

Lance Buller, Thomas Kenneth Brakel, Billy Joe Brakel, Jerry Brakel and James Kenneth Brakel. Pace Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Watson, W. L. – b: Feb. 8, 1945 d: July 18, 2007

*William Loyd Watson

{Married Dorothy Ann Woodson on July 16, 1988}

{Son of William Felton & Hattie Bennett Watson,

brother of Bennie Edward Watson, grandson of Rosa Melvina

Henderson-Bennett-Williams} Cochran FHM only

W. L. Watson

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – July 22, 2007 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Graveside services for W. L. Watson, 62, were held Saturday, July 21, 2007, in Bold Springs Cemetery, with the Rev. Bobby Crawford officiating. Mr. Watson died Wednesday, July 18, in Livingston. He was born Feb. 8, 1945 in Freeport. He was preceded in death by his wife, Dorothy Ann Watson; brother, Benny Watson; granddaughter, Brittney Nichole Watson and great-grandchild, Karcicia Villanueva. Survivors include his mother, Hattie Watson of Livingston; daughters, Kathy Watson of Livingston and Colleen Williams of Austin; sons, Bobby Watson of Livingston, David Watson of Livingston, Lynn Allen Watson of Sun, La., Zachary Watson of Sun, La., Jimmy Calnan of Fort Worth and

Mitchell Watson of Livingston; brother, Kelley Watson of Livingston; sisters, Ruth O’Neill of Livingston, Pearl Reeder of Livingston and Janice McMichael of Jacksonville; 16 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Pallbearers were drivers of Joe D. Clifton Trucking and his nieces and nephews. Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.



Watts, A. T. - b: Mar. 6, 1869   d: Jan. 28, 1947

*Arthur Thomas Watts
“He died as he lived, a Christian”


{Married Fannie E. Marsh on October 2, 1895} 

{Son of Albert Thomas & Mary J. Edmondson Watts,

father of Nora Watts-Williams, Gleason Watts, Weldon Watts,

Nolan E. “Cotton” Watts, Emma Troy Watts-Bond, A. T. Watts, Jr.}

Watts, A. T. Child - No dates.  2/HCM’s - facing each other

Watts, Albert - b: Dec.19, 1826   d: Mar. 23, 1906  - beside Mary J.

*Albert Thomas Watts
        “This simple tablet marks a father’s bier and those he loved in life, in death are near”
         {Married Mary J. Edmondson on June 29, 1848}
         {Son of William & Patience Lott Watts, father of Asa Carter Watts, James Edna
          “Jimmie” Watts-Marsh, Alice Jane Watts-Mainer, Arthur Thomas Watts}

Watts, Annie - b: 1909  d: March 12, 2007;  DS w/ Gleason

*Annie Lenora Monroe Watts
        “Asleep in Jesus” 

{Married Albert Gleason Watts on Dec. 24, 1927}

{Daughter of Hamilton & Stella May Monroe}

Annie Lenora Watts

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – March 15, 2007 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Annie Lenora Watts, 98, of Livingston died Monday, March 12, 2007. Services were held Wednesday, March 14, in the First Baptist Church, with the Rev. Rusty Shuler and the Rev. Frank Hood officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Watts was a long-time member of First Baptist Church, serving as Sunday school teacher for 29 years and past president, secretary and treasurer for the WMA. She was known as someone who loved taking care of her family, her garden and her farm. She was preceded in death by her father and mother, Hamilton and Stella Mae Monroe; her husband, Gleason Watts and one son, Albert L. Watts. She is survived by her son, Thomas H. Watts and wife Kathy; daughter, Joyce Agan; sister, Oletta Emmons; sisters-in-law, Love Monroe and Edith Watts; grandchildren, Danny Malone, James and Marsha Stutts, Marcos and Kathy Rodriguez, Roger Malone, Daniel and Lynne Hutchinson, Jim and Barbara Miller, Ronnie and Lydia Watts, Tracy Sory, Tommy L. Watts, Susan Watts, Donna Shue, Norman and Annette Conner, James Moore, Rhonda Manard and Martha Ashworth; 31 great-grandchildren and nine great-great-grand-children. Her grandsons and great-grandsons served as pallbearers and members of the Naomi Sunday School Class were honorary pallbearers. Pace Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Watts, Asa C. - b: Nov. 5, 1849    d: Apr. 24, 1935; DS w/ Emilie

*Asa Carter Watts
        “A faithful mother and a true father”

{Married Emilie Marsh on January 13, 1876}
        {Son of Albert Thomas & Mary J. Edmondson Watts, father of Birdie Watts,


Cecil Watts, Elma Watts-Buller, Kitty Watts-Martin}


Watts, Baby -  Born & Died – Sept. 6, 1902

Watts, Beulah - b: July 25, 1878   d: Sept. 21, 1902

*Beulah Hood Watts
        “Wife of V. B. {Van Buren} Watts, Daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Wiley Hood”
        “In my fathers house are many mansions”

{Married Van Buren Watts on December 21, 1901}

{Van Buren Watts and his 2nd wife, Virginia Hinson Watts are buried at

Forest Hill Cemetery, Livingston, Texas}

Watts, Birdie - b: Mar. 29, 1884   d: Dec. 26, 1940

*Birdie Watts
        {Daughter of Asa Carter & Emilie Marsh Watts}

Watts, Bonnie M. - b: Dec. 14, 1902   d: Jan. 22, 1987 - beside Weldon

*Bonnie Martin Watts
        {Married Arthur Weldon Watts on December 28, 1928}
        {Daughter of James R. & Carrie Thomas Martin, mother of Rose Marie

Watts-Brame, sister of Hortense Martin-Phillips}


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