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

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Eva Williamson

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – May 21, 1981 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Eva Tennie Williamson, 74, of Bold Springs, died Sunday in Livingston Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were held Tuesday in the Bold Springs Baptist Church with the Rev. C. L. Moore and the Rev. Frank Hood officiating. Burial followed in the church cemetery. She was born Aug. 28, 1906 in Beasley. Survivors include her husband,

Wilburn Ray Williamson of Bold Springs, two sons; Billy H. Williamson of Pearland and Robert L. Williamson of Livingston, four brothers; Milton Clark of Dalhart, Wilburn Ray Clark of League City, and Woodrow and Charles E. Clark, both of Houston, three sisters; Delia Burns of Bold Springs, Jewel Kelly of Victoria and Jacquline Brock of Wimer, six grand-children, three great grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends.

Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Williamson, Mrs. Lena E. - b: Oct. 4, 1892   d: May 19, 1920

*Fairy Lena Estell Green Williamson
         "Daughter of J. W. {James Wiley} & Livia {Elvira Cauthen} Green,

Married W. A. Williamson on Dec. 12, 1909"
        “In loving memory of our mother”

Williamson, Mary Jo - b: 1927   d: _____;  DS w/ Robert

*Mary Jo Richardson Williamson
         “Married Robert Lynn Williamson on Jan. 12, 1947”

{Mother of Mary Lynn Williamson-Sitton}

Williamson, Robert Lynn - b: Jan. 9, 1927   d: June 8, 1997; DS w/ Mary Jo

*Robert Lynn Williamson
         “Married Mary Jo Richardson on Jan. 12, 1947”    

{Son of Wilburn Ray & Eva Tennie Clark Williamson,

father of Mary Lynn Williamson-Sitton} US Coast Guard

R. L. “Bob” Williamson

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – June 12, 1997 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Graveside services for R. L. “Bob” Williamson, of Livingston were

held Tuesday, June 10, 1997, from Bold Springs Cemetery, with the Rev. Ben Well-

maker officiating. Mr. Williamson was born Jan. 9, 1927 in Houston, the son of W. R.

and Eva Clark Williamson, and died June 8 in Memorial Medical Center, Livingston.

He was the owner of an Exxon Service Station and was a veteran of the U. S. Navy. On

Jan. 12, 1947 he married the former Mary Richardson. Survivors include his wife, Mary Williamson of Livingston; daughters and sons-in-law, Kathleen and Alan Reese of Kilgore, and Aletha and Darryl Gandy of Kilgore; brother and sister-in-law, Billy H. and Jeanne Williamson of Pearland; granddaughters, Angela Maxwell of Dallas, Lisa Gandy and Stacy Gandy, both of Kilgore, and Susan Kay Luedke of Huntsville; grandson, Johnny Lynn Sitton of Livingston; great-grandson, Bryan Luedke; and great-granddaughters, Courtney Luedke and Lauren Sitton. He was preceded in death by his parents and one daughter, Mary Lynn Sitton.Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangement.

Williamson, Wilburn Ray - b: Oct. 3, 1905  d: July 27, 1983; DS w/ Eva

*Wilburn Ray Williamson
         “Married Eva Clark on June 2, 1923”

{2nd married Virginia Boyett on May 10, 1982}

{Son of William David & Molly Sue Baggett Williamson,

father of Robert Lynn Williamson,

grandfather of Mary Lynn Williamson-Sitton}

W. R. Williamson

Obituary published in the Polk County Enterprise – August 4, 1983 Edition

LIVINGSTON – Funeral services for Wilburn Ray Williamson, 77, of Livingston were held July 30, 1983 from the Cochran Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. Frank Hood officiated, assisted by Bro. John Stewart. Interment followed in Bold Springs Cemetery. Mr. Williamson died July 27 at Highland Hospital in Lubbock. He was born Oct. 3, 1905 in Tyler, the son of the late William David and Molly Sue (Baggett) Williamson. Mr. Williamson had lived in Polk County since the early 1920’s. He was retired from Intercoastal Towing and Corp., where he was employed for 39 years as a marine representative. He was a member of the Masonic Trinity Lodge No. 14 in Livingston and a member of the Bold Springs Baptist Church. He married the former Virginia Boyett on May 10, 1982 in Houston. Survivors include his wife Virginia Williamson of Livingston; two sons, Billy H. Williamson of Pearland and Robert L. Williamson of Livingston; brother, William Carey Williamson of Houston; two sisters, Annie Crow and Susie White of Pasadena; step daughter Terri White of Lubbock; stepson, Nicky Nicion of Liverpool, N. Y.; four granddaughters; two grandsons; three great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were members of Trinity Masonic Lodge #14, Jens Tweekrens,

Ray R. Marsh, Lewis Stanford, Robert Rosier, Charles Palmer and Ellic Flores.

Cochran Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements.

Willingham, Mr. - No dates. HCM

*Mr. Willingham

Willis, Mr. - No dates.  HCM - beside Mrs. Willis

*W. W. Willis

Willis, Mrs. -  HCM with no dates.

*Mary Etta Martin Willis

{b: May 18, 1871   d: Dec. 5, 1943}  

{Daughter of John & Sarah Hood Martin, sister of James Robert Martin}

Witcher, Fannie - b: Mar. 21, 1928   d: ______;   DS w/ Herman

*Fannie Hughes Witcher

{Married Herman B. Witcher on Dec. 16, 1989}

Witcher, Herman - b: Aug. 18, 1931  d: Feb. 8, 1992;  DS w/  Fannie

*Herman Benard Witcher

{Married Fannie P. Hughes on Dec. 16, 1989}

{Son of Ben & Lydia Klump Witcher}

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