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



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Janiece C. Watts


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – June 18, 1989 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Janiece C. Watts, 70, were held Thursday, June 15, 1989 from Bethel Baptist Church in Bold Springs, with the Rev. Johnny Buller and the Rev. Buddy Sirman officiating. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Miss Watts died June 14 in Polk County Memorial Hospital following a lengthy illness. She was born July 17, 1918 in Bold Springs, the daughter of Asa Cecil Carter Watts and Jodie H. Rogers Watts. She was reared in Polk County and attended Livingston schools. After graduating from high school she attended Southwestern Business College in Houston. Miss Watts worked as a Librarian for the First Baptist Church until 1954 when she retired to take care of her mother. She was an active member of the First Baptist Church until her health failed her. Survivors include a

sister, Earleen Payne of Livingston; two brothers, John Carter Watts of Oakwood and Bryan Watts of Livingston; and a host of nieces, nephews and many dear friends. Pallbearers were Harold Issacs, Paul Mack Galloway, Rod Payne and Dennis Buller. Pace Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.



Watts, Jodie - b: Sept. 27, 1896   d: Aug. 18, 1987; DS w/ Cecil

*Jodie Helen Rogers Watts
        “At Rest”   {Married Cecil Watts on May 5, 1917}
        {Daughter of John M. & Ida Buller-Rogers, mother of Janiece C. Watts,


Nelmyree Watts, Edwin Bryan Watts, Earleen Watts-Payne, John Carter Watts}

Jodie Helen Watts


Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – August 27, 1987

Livingston – Funeral services were held Thursday, August 20, 1987 from Bethel Baptist Church for Jodie Helen Watts. The Rev. Orval Barger officiated, with the Rev. Frank Hood assisting. Special music was provided by Francis Camp, Ruby Barger, Jeanine Wood,

pianist Mary Beth Wood and Organist Delores Adams. Pallbearers were grandsons, Raymond Earl Payne, Rodney Lynn Payne, Bobby Watts, Michael Watts, Asa Watts, Albert Watts, and David Watts. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Watts died in Huntsville Memorial Hospital on August 18, after hip surgery. She had fallen and broken her hip August 6. Mrs. Watts was the daughter of John M. and Ida Buller Rogers, who

preceded her in death. Mrs. Watts was born Sept. 27, 1896 in the Bold Springs community, where she also attended school. She taught school in the Ace community before

marrying Asa Carter “Cecil” Watts in 1917. To that union were born five children, Janiece Watts, Earleen Watts Payne and the Rev. Bryan Watts all of Livingston, the Rev. John Carter Watts of Oakwood, TX.


Watts, Mary J. - b: Oct. 25, 1830   d: July 16, 1882 - beside Albert

*Mary J. Edmondson Watts
        {Married Albert Watts on June 29, 1848} 


{Mother of Asa Carter Watts, James Edna “Jimmie” Watts-Marsh,

Alice Jane Watts-Mainer, Arthur Thomas Watts}

Watts, Nelmyree - b: May 28, 1935   d: Mar. 28, 1948

*Nelmyree Watts

Asleep in Jesus”



{Daughter of Asa Cecil & Jodie Helen Rogers Watts}

Watts, Nolan E. (Cotton) - b: Aug. 20, 1904    d: Feb. 16, 1999; DS w/ Willie

*Nolan Evander “Cotton” Watts
         “Married 57 years”

{1st married Trudie Jo Coogler,

2nd married Willie B. McGowan-Ramsey on Sept. 19, 1941}

{Son of A. T. & Frances E. “Fannie” Marsh Watts, father of Betty Jo Watts-

Anderson, Carolyn Sue Watts-Boyd, Linda Watts-Wiener, step-father of Billie

Juanell Ramsey-Munson}

Nolan “Cotton” Watts

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Nolan E. “Cotton” Watts, 94, of Livingston will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 18, 1999, from Bethel Baptist Church, with Bro. Donald White, Bro. Leonard Brudreaux and the Rev. Harold Isaacs officiating. Special music will be provided by his niece, Frances Camp. Interment will follow in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Watts died Tuesday, Feb. 16, in Livingston. He was born Aug. 20, 1904 in Livingston, the son of Albert and Fannie Marsh Watts, and graduated from Livingston High School in 1924. Mr. Watts had been a self-employed carpenter and graveyard caretaker and was a member of Bethel Baptist Church, where he served as a deacon for many years. On Sept. 19, 1941 he married the former Willie B. McGowan. Survivors include his wife, Willie B. Watts of Livingston; daughters, Betty Jo Anderson of Houston, Juanell Munson of Pasadena, Carolyn Boyd of Houston and Linda Wiener of Overgaard, Ariz.; six grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be grandsons and great-grandsons Dennis Moon, Bud Munson, Donny Simmons, Brad Boyd, Jimmy Anderson and Jeremy Bussey. Honorary pallbearers will be nephews, Tommy Watts, Kenneth Bond, Emory Watts, Jimmy Bond and James Brame. Cochran Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Watts, Patience Lott - b: Sept. 15, 1807   d: Mar. 7, 1900

*Patience Lott Watts
        “Our Grandmother”   “Patient in Long Suffering”
        {Married William Watts on Sept. 24, 1825}


{Daughter of Arthur & Sarah Watkins Lott,
        mother of Albert Watts, Susan Watts-Hunt}

Watts, Trudie Jo -  b: June 17, 1913   d: May 20, 1936

*Trudie Jo Coogler Watts

Mother” “Called Home”


        {1st wife of Nolan Watts, daughter of John Calhoun & Joanna Oates Coogler,


mother of Betty Jo Watts-Anderson}

Watts, Veda - b: Oct. 12, 1932   d: ______; DS w/ E. Bryan

*Veda DuBois Watts
        “Married E. Bryan Watts on Feb. 26, 1953”

Watts, Weldon -  b: Feb.1, 1900   d: Dec. 8, 1952 - beside Bonnie

*Arthur Weldon Watts
        “At Rest”  

{Married Bonnie Martin on December 28, 1928}
        {Son of A. T. & Frances E. “Fannie” Marsh Watts,


father of Rose Marie Watts-Brame}

Watts, Willie B. McGowan -   b: May 9, 1913   d: March 22, 2001; DS w/ Nolan

*Willie B. McGowan Ramsey Watts
         “Married 57 years”   

{2nd wife of Nolan Watts, married on Sept. 19, 1941}

{Daughter of Peter & Tillou Turner McGowan,

mother of Billie Juanell Ramsey-Munson, Carolyn Sue Watts-Boyd,
        Linda Watts-Wiener, sister of Laura T. McGowan-Turner}


Willie B. Watts

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Willie B. Watts, 87, will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday,

March 25, 2001, from Bethel Baptist Church, with Bro. Leonard Budro and Bro. Harold

Isaacs officiating. Interment will follow in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mrs. Watts died

Thursday, March 22, at her residence in Overgaard, Ariz. She was born May 9, 1913 in

Orange, Texas, the daughter of Peter and Talou Bradberry McGowan, both of whom

preceded her in death. She was also preceded in death by her husband, Nolan “Cotton”

Watts; and sisters, Laura Turner and Louise McGowan.After the death of her husband,

she moved to Arizona to be with her daughter and son-in-law, but her heart was always

in Livingston. Survivors include her daughters, Betty Anderson, Juanell Munson, Carolyn

Boyd, and Linda and husband Wade Weiner; seven grandchildren; four great-grand-

children, one great-great-grandchild and her sister-in-law, Annie Watts. She also leaves behind many loving friends at Bold Springs Church, where she was a member for many years. Pallbearers will be her grandsons and son-in-law, Jimmy Anderson, Jeremy Bussey, Dennis Moon, Billy Munson, Donnie Simmons, Wade Wiener and Bryan Baronet. Cochran Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Weatherly, Gayle Erdmann – b: April 10, 1945 d: May 28, 2009

*Gayle Erdmann Weatherly

{Wife of David Glenn Weatherly, daughter of George & Eleanor Kruger Erdmann}



Weatherly, Gayle Erdmann

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Gale Erdmann Weatherly, 64, will be held at 2 p. m. Monday, June 1, at Pace Funeral Home. Burial will follow in the Bold Springs Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 1 p. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday, May 31, also at the funeral home. Mrs. Weatherly was born in Golden Valley, North Dakota, April 10, 1945 and died Thursday, May 28, 2009. She loved to fish and go camping, and she was the owner of West Loop Motors for 20 years. She is survived by her husband of 42 years, David Glenn Weatherly; daughters, Georgette Renee Weatherly and Carmen Fay Weatherly; brothers, Floyd Erdmann and wife Ann, Carlton Erdmann and wife Anna Mae; sisters, Joyce Abby and husband Jim, and Evon Bender Erdmann; grandchildren, Chelsey Weatherly and Troy Ray Glenn Hester. She is preceded in death by parents, George and Eleanor Kruger Erdmann.


Weeks, Louie W. -  b: Mar. 6, 1898   d: Apr. 25, 1970; DS w/ Travie

*Louie William Weeks
         {Married Travie Andress on October 17, 1919}


{Son of Dr. Perry & Willie Squires Weeks,

father of Alice C. Weeks-Navarre}

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