Biographical Notes Concerning Hood County Families and Citizens

Including Lipan Area – Portions of Erath, Palo Pinto, and Parker Counties

ABBOTT, Waddy ThompsonConfederate Veteran
ABERNATHY, MollieRancher & Businesswoman
ADDISON, N. C.Farmer
ALFORD, John Reddin 
ALLARD, Aaron H.A Freighter Headquartered in Granbury
ALLEN, John H.County Commissioner
ALLISON, John CarltonActon Farmer & Stockman
ALLISON, Willis (Lyhugh) FamilyFrom Camden County, Missouri
ANDERSON, Aaron BenjamineFarmer & Stockraiser
ANDREWS, W.A.Brazos Valley Farmer
ANGLIN, Valentine
ARCHER, Bill, ReverendPastor of Southside Baptist Church in Granbury in 1960’s
ARCHER, Joel C.Teacher & Justice of the Peace
ARRINGTON, Joseph EdmondFarmer & Stockraiser
ASTON, Andy C.Saloon Owner
ATOR, Henry ATOR, Carl Dean  Educator from Lipan
AUTRY, Robert Lee 
BAKER, BobOil Developer
BAKER, Ed C.Realtor Educated in Granbury in 1880’s
BAKER, Ellis J.Confederate Veteran
BAKER, Jess AlexanderMerchant, Sheriff, Banker & State Legislator Introduced Woman Suffrage Bill
BAKER, John HarrisonMoved to Hood County in 1893
BAKER, Oran ChristopherSheriff Who Befriended Jesse James
BAKER, W.W., ReverendPastor of Granbury First Baptist Church in 1950’s
BARBEE, EliasPaluxy Farmer
BARCLAY, Thomas Humphrey
BARKER, Wilson
BARLOW, Thomas J.
BARNARD, Charles E.
BARNARD Josephine Cavasas
BARR, James Taylor 
BERRY, Francis MarionBegan Farming in Hood County in 1877
BERRY, Hugh ThomasTeacher and Public Servant
BIRD, McLin (Maclin)Early Settler
BISHOP, Sallie Francis Landers1873 – 1947
BLACK STARA Comanche Woman
BLACKWELL, LetaGrew up in Lipan
BLANTON, Elisha, ReverendBaptist Pastor at Paluxy in 1882
BOBO, Andrew GreenOrganized Cresson U.C.V.
BOLTON, J.W.Paluxy Farmer
BOND, AmonCame to Texas in Early 1850’s
BONE, B.F. Jr. BONE, Jim KinderCresson Cattleman World War II Hero from Cresson
BOWERS, Adam Pierce
BOWERS, Lillian Lloyd Hockersmith
BOYD, Elsie Edora Duckworth1878 – 1963
BOYD, SamNFL Player & Baylor Coach
BRANTS, CynthiaGranbury Artist
BRAZELL, William MonroeCivil War Veteran Comes to Tolar in 1880
BRISBY, Doyle C., ReverendLipan Baptist Pastor in 1950’s
BROCK, George FranklinBegan Farming in Hood County in 1874
BROOKS, J.V.Hood County Farmer
BROOKS, William LeslieShot Down Over Laos in 1970
BROOKS, ZachariahPaluxy Settler in 1860
BROTHERS, Thos. Lawrence BROTHERS, Mildred Slocum BROTHERS, NaomiCresson Farmer A Prairie Blueblood Survived 1946 Airplane Crash in Cresson
BROWN, Cora Mae TrimbleCandy Kitchen Owner on the Granbury Square
BROWN, Jefferson DavisPresident of City National Bank
BROWN, JoeCounty Commissioner for 16 Years
BURNS, Parthania Cauthron
BURNS, Thomas A.Founder of Lipan
BURNS, Thomas LoveCircuit Riding Preacher From Mambrino
CAMPBELL, John G.Lived in Kristenstad & Granbury
CAMPBELL, William M.Baptist Minister in Tolar
CARAWAY, Jesse CARAWAY, Louis J.Paluxy Valley Farmer & Stockraiser County Judge & Confederate Veteran
CARLILE, Lewis EdmondLived in Tolar in 1890’s
CARLTON, George WashingtonDrove Freight Wagons in 1800’s
CARMICHAEL, Arch, Major“Oldest Texas-Made Mason”
CARTER, Benjamin John, Rev. CARTER, Calvin Guy, Rev.Moved to Hood County in 1875 Grandson of Rev. B.J. Carter
CARTER, Forrest BlandGranbury Teacher & Principal 1954-1976
CARTER, William Lewis, Rev.At Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church ~1888
CASH, Charles D.Spur Maker in Paluxy
CHANDLER, E.H.Deputy Sheriff in 1881
CHANDLER, Joseph Newton, ReverendState Legislator & Baptist Minister
CHANDLER, Susan MadoraProfessor of Music
CHERRY, EstelleTeacher at Rocky Point & Granbury
CHRISTENSEN, John B.Founder of Kristenstad
CLARK, Addison CLARK Brothers, Addison & Randolph CLARK, Joseph Addison “Joe”   CLARK, Joseph Lynn CLARK, Randolph CLARK, Randolph Lee CLARK, Thomas MarshallMinister & Founder of Add-Ran College Book Review of “Reminiscences” by Randolph Clark Minister & Family Patriarch Teacher, Administrator & Author Minister & Educator Teacher & School Administrator Educator & College Administrator
CLEMENTS, JimGranbury Restaurant Owner
CLEMMONS, Howard“Mister Granbury”
CLEVELAND, Frederick Moss CLEVELAND, John Fred CLEVELAND, Samuel LarkingA Prosperous Farmer Community Leader in Acton County Attorney
COGDELL, Daniel CalhounEarly Hood County Businessman
COGDELL, Gertrude IreneAided Texas Indians in 1920’s
COGDILL, William COGDILL, F. PattonFrom Scotland to Texas Confederate Veteran
COLEMAN, Jim & NormaTolar Educators
COLLINGS (Collins) FamilyStopped at Pulltight in 1875 and Stayed
CONWAY, JohnCounty Commissioner from Canada
COOKE, Jesse G., ReverendPastor of Granbury First Baptist Church in 1930’s
COUNTS FamilyOriginally from Erath County
COVINGTON, JosiahEarly Pioneer
COWAN, Isaac F.In 1859 called Hood County “the land of fritter trees and honey ponds”
COWAN, Mary Lou Mamie AdalineVinegar Hill Pioneer
COX, Alfred1833 – 1866
CRESSON, JohnFounder of Cresson
CROCKETT, Elizabeth PattonSecond Wife of Davy Crockett
CROOK, Wiley MitchamFirst Store Owner in Cresson
CROSS, Arthur/Andrew BuckHill City Teacher, Farmer & Merchant
CUNNINGHAM, Sarah JaneOf Tolar
CURL, SamCollege Dean of Agriculture
DABNEY, Thomas Henry, Dr. Beloved Hood County Physician Pioneer Doctor Performed at the Granbury Opera House
DANIEL, Richard J 
DANIEL, William BuchananProsperous Grocer & Land Owner
DAUGHERTY, MathewAttorney
DAVIS, Mary Louisa Hayes From South Carolina to Hood County with Second Husband Henry Davis, Schoolteacher
DAVIS Holmes
DAVIS, HenryJudge
DAVIS, L.H., ReverendPastor of Tolar Baptist Church 1945-1949
DAVIS, Nathan S.County Commissioner & Deputy Sheriff
DAVIS, W. Ben, ReverendPhotographer & Singer
DEAN, William L.County Attorney
DEAVER, William C.Farmer & Cattleman in Brazos Valley
DeCORDOVA, Jacob RaphaelTexas Colonizer, Land Agent & State Representative
DENDY, Julian Texas, LTCGrandson of Dr. T.H. Dabney
DENNIS, E.B. (Dick)Wounded by Indians in 1865
DICKSON, John Bennett, Major
DODSON, A.J.1899 Masonic Burial & Honoring
DODSON, William Ernest, ReverendBaptist Pastor in Tolar 1960-1962
DOYLE, James HoganGranbury Merchant Confederate Twins
DOYLE, William E
DREW, Thomas Stephenson3rd Governor of Arkansas Gov. Drew’s Years in Hood County
DUCKETT, William Pierce 
DUCKWORTH, Elsie Edora1878 – 1963
DUCKWORTH, Wm. JeffersonCotton Ginner & Political Leader Baptist Leader
DUMAS, Margaret SusanMarried into Brazell & Neely Families
DUNAGAN, George WashingtonSchool Teacher in Vinegar Hill area
DUNN, Robert FranklinPioneer Methodist Minister & Vice President of Granbury College
DURANT, JulianBuilt an Auto Legacy
DURHAM, Mary KateHood County Historian
EARLS, John McCurry, Rev.Baptist Pastor in Paluxy & Tolar ~1899
ECHOLS, John RichardTolar’s 19th Century Doctor
EDDLEMAN, David Patriarch
EDDLEMAN, Ban Turner CoveyTeacher
EDENS, Francis MarionConfederate Veteran
EDWARDS, R.D.Colony Cemetery Caretaker
EDWARDS, RossBecame Mayor of Lubbock
ELAM, James L.Cresson Farmer & Stockraiser
ELLIOTT, George WashingtonLipan Residents
ELLIOTT, Mary Alice Compton
ELLIS, WilliamTexas Lawman
ETHRIDGE, William S. Paluxy Postmaster & Store Owner Engineer and County Surveyor
ETHRIDGE, John Harvey
EWELL, Thomas TaylorProminent Granbury Attorney & Author of Hood County History (1895)
FLINN, EnochJustice of the Peace
FORMWALT, Jacob   Major in 10th Texas Infantry
FORMWALT, John Alexander
FOSTER James D.Furniture Store Proprietor
FOSTER, Robert T.Founded Foster/Compton Farm in 1872
FOUST, Seaborn J., ReverendBaptist Minister in Hood County
FOWLER, William Frederick, ReverendPastor of Granbury First Baptist Church 1959-1964
FRY, Sadie Inez SmithA Global Nurse
GAFFORD – HALE FamiliesOf Lipan
GARDNERFirst White Baby Also First County Agent
GATEWOOD, A.B.Bosque County Stockman Married Into Oxer Family of Hood County
GEE, Charles Arthur
GIBSON, Frances NewmanAt Rankin’s Restaurant for 20 Years
GIDEON, EulaTraveled the Covered Wagon Highways
GILBERT, Franklin MonroeDoctor
GILBERT, Jackson MarionDoctor
GILBERT, John Wesley Sr. 
GILBERT, John Wesley Jr. 
GILKEY, John [Gilka]Paluxy Veteran of War of 1812
GILLIAM, DeWitt T.Teacher
GILLILAND, Newton JasperConfederate Veteran
GINN, Loveless Savage II Once Owned Comanche Peak
GINN, Thomas Madison
GLENN, Walter Braley
GLENN, Francis Caroline Weatherby
GLENN, Columbus Bonapart
GLENN, Mary James
GLISSON, Jerry L., ReverendBaptist Pastor in Acton & Allison
GOODMAN, George Saunders 
GOODWIN, Josiah ClintonFarmer & Stockraiser
GORDON, Alonzo Peyton State Representative 1899-1900 Began Teaching in Granbury in 1893
GORDON, Susie Baker
GORDON, Blanche DabneyPerformed at the Granbury Opera House
GORDON, Joseph Brown, Dr.Paluxy Physician
GORDON, L.F.Successful Merchant
GRANBURY, Hiram BrinsonBrigadier General, CSA
GRANGER, Stanley Lee 
GREEN, A.P.Confederate Veteran
GREEN, JeremiahKilled by Indians in 1863
GREEN, JohnnyKorean War Veteran
GREEN, “Aunt” MaryOf Thorp Spring
GRESHAM, Isaac NewtonFounder of Farmers’ Union
GRIFFITH, HardinA Gentleman Among Scoundrels
HADLEY, Gene B., ReverendPastor of Granbury First Baptist Church
HAGGARD, James Lafayette 
HALE, America Jane Iles Reynolds Lipan Pioneer Cotton Buyer Lipan Farmer
HALE, Thomas C.
HALE, William Houston
HALE, Charles HaynesEducator & Administrator
HALFORD, James M.Baptist Minister & Son-in-Law of Davy Crockett
HAMILTON, Arnold DeanU.S. Air Force Pilot
HANNAFORD, Edwin Augustus “Doc”Hannaford House
HARDIN, Milton AshleyEarly Settler
HARRIS, James Knox PolkRenowned Confederate Fiddler
HART, A. J.State Representative in 1874
HAYWARD, Meredith 
HENSLEE, Maxfield F.Farmer & Stockman
HIGHTOWER, SimonCommunity Leader
HINER, John J.Attorney at Law
HOBBS, Robert William 
HOLDER, Joseph MitchellCivil War Veteran
HOLLAND, William HenryA Determined Man
HOLLOWAY, Robert FanningMathematics Professor at Add-Ran
HOLMES, Mary Louisa Hayes DavisFrom South Carolina to Hood County
HOLT, H.L., DoctorAn Erath County Physician Who Married Into the Gordon Family of Hood County
HOLT, NathanKilled by Indians in 1859
HOOD, JohnDescendancy of many Hood County families
HOOD, John BellLieutenant General, CSA
HOOD, WilliamCame from Mississippi in 1880’s
HOPPER, J.T. Sr. Tolar Farmer & Store Owner Rancher & Granbury Businessman
HOPPER, “D.C.” Dallas Carvel
HOPPER, Bonnie Lee Watkins
HOWARD, Bobbie Haralson Owned Lipan Water & Telephone Co. Mr. Lipan
HOWARD, Herman D.
HOWARD, Frances CharleyHypnotist
HOWARD, Henry Ervin 
HOWARD, Homer LeeWorld War II Veteran
HOWARD, William TaylorFarmer & Stockman in Fall Creek & Acton
HOWETH, John Wesley 
HUFFMAN, Grady LeeThe Bad Luck Bandit
HUGGINS, John Wesley, Rev.Baptized at Fall Creek
HUGHES, William M.
HURST, Thomas J.Employed by Baker Hardware Company
ILES, America JaneFrom Missouri to Hood County
JACKSON, Andrew . Settled on Paluxy River in 1857 Paluxy Stock Breeder & Farmer Raised Clydesdale Horses
JACKSON, Duke Allen 
JACKSON, PhilipState Representative 1903 – 1904
JACKSON, William E.Cresson Area Farmer & Stockman
JAMAR, ScottIraqi War Hero
JAMES, Peter H.
JAMES, Nancy McKenzie
JARRETT, A.R., Dr.Physician in Acton & Granbury
JARVIS, Ida Van Zandt Civic Leader Cattleman, Banker & Mayor of Fort Worth
JOHNSON, Henry Clay Jr.Patriot Missile Developer
JOHNSON, Hiram, ReverendMethodist Minister for 53 Years
JONES, John WasdinTeacher, Farmer & County Commissioner
JONES, Milton Henry, ReverendMethodist Minister and Principal of Acton Academy
JONES, William LorenzoU.S.-Mexican War Veteran
JONES, Oca OlaGranbury Café Owner CA 1940s
JONES, Wiley PalmerActon Businessman
JONES, Reuben FergusonConfederate Tribute
JORGENSON, Gene, ReverendLipan Baptist Pastor in 1960’s
JOYCE, W.R.Specialty Horse Breeder & Farmer on Paluxy Creek
KEITH, Fleda Mae WilliamsGranbury’s Movie Lady
KENNON, MiltEverybody Has a Story – Milt Has a Library
KEY, Calvin
KNIGHT, Samuel L. 
LAMBERT, ThomasDonated Land for City of Granbury
LANDERS, AbelElected First County Judge in 1867
LANDERS, John DaveWorld War II Flying Ace
LANGLEY, Jasper Newton 
LANHAM, Charles SharpCresson Area Farmer & Stockman
LARNED, Frederick SylvesterTeacher & Mercantile Business Owner County Clerk & District Clerk in 1950’s
LARNED, Walter Andrew
LAUGHLIN, B.F.Grew Up in Thorp Spring ‘til 1874
LEE, Walter Thomas
LEONARD, Obadiah PaulRetailer and Investor
LEWIS, Stephen or Thomas 
LIKE, Joseph Benjamin1844-1933
LILES, J.W. Jr.Worked for City of Granbury
LOCKHART, John C.R.Baptist Minister
LOCKLINOnly Family in 1890 Census
LOMAX, John AveryFolklorist
LONG, Joseph Hugh “Hughie”Cresson’s Rodeo Showman
LUTTRELL, Andrew Jackson
MAHAN, Gideon Baxter
MALONE, William Burns
MANGOLD, R.P. & Mattie LandersOwned a Toy Factory in Granbury
MARTIN, George LynnMortician & Owner of Martin’s Funeral Home
MARTIN, Lucy JuliffGranbury High Teacher in 1930’s
MASSEY, William Alfred (Alf) Trimble Families of Fall Creek
MASSEY, “Dug” Hershell MASSEY, Julian
MASSIE, John Bramlett
MASSIE, William Andrew
MASTERSON, JuniorKorean War Veteran from Cresson
MATTHEWS, J.J.County Judge in Late 1800’s
MAXWELL, JamesLived in Hood County Until 1890
McCONAL, Mac GriffCattleman and Teacher
McDONALD, David W.Civil War Veteran
McEWEN, William Jasper 
McGAUGHEY, William L.State Legislator & Texas General Land Office Commissioner
McILROY, Sherman D.Pioneer Oilman
McINTOSH, Virgil1880 Log Cabin Birthplace Restoration on Squaw Creek
McMILLAN, Van McMILLAN, BillOrphaned Brothers in 1860’s
McPHERSON, S.R., Dr. 1693 to 1970 Acton Physician 1861-1881 Acton Farmer & Union Soldier
McPHERSON, William Loury
MEYER, Andon Louys “Aloyce”Immigrated from Germany in 1857
MEYER, James MiltonCounty Judge 1970-1990
MILHOLLIN, Robert Lee Lipan Justice of the Peace & Postmaster
MILHOLLIN, Annie Belle
MILLER, Charles Washington 
MILLER, Norman 
MILLINGTON, IraRanch He Established is Over a Century Old
MILLWEE, William HarveyFirst Attorney in Hood County
MITCHELL, Dora Jarrett “Dodo”
MITCHELL, Nelson A. “Cooney”Only Man Legally Hung in Hood County
MOLDER, George Washington
MOORE, IsaacSettled on Pony Creek in 1869
MOORE, Jack, ReverendPastor of Lipan First Baptist Church
MORAN, Nona 
MORGAN, Andrew Jackson, ReverendEnrolled in the 4th Grade at Age 20 & Graduated from College 10 Years Later
MORRIS, Thomas Jefferson
MORRIS, Thomas L.Civil War Veteran
MORRIS, Lon MORRIS, TobyGranbury Attorney Oklahoma Congressman & Judge
MULLINS, Thomas Patrick Sr.
MUSICK, Austin  
MUSICK, Vernon H.
NASH ZelmaRock Church School Girl
NEELY, Harrison L.Granbury Assessor & Collector
NELSON, Charles
NEWMAN, Weldon AllenRestored Granbury Power & Light Plant
NEWTON, Robert Milton and Dora
NISBETTNisbett Brothers Came to Texas in 1849
NORTHCUTT, John R., Rev.Baptist Minister
NUTT, Jesse F. Contributors to the Development of Granbury
NUTT, David Louis
ODOM, Sarah RippetoeFrom Lipan Area
ORUM, Caroline and HenryCame to Texas from Alabama between 1870 and 1875 – settled in SW Hood County near Bluff Dale
O’NEAL, Herbert E.Worked for Soil Conservation Service
PAGE, George Columbus 
PAINTER, Leander, Rev.Preached at Rock Church
PAIR, Bridges, IIIOf Hood County
PAIR, William RileyHood County Family
PARKER, Columbus Campbell 
PARKINSON, ThomasOwned & Operated a Flour Mill & Gin
PERKINS, Joe Herman
PERKINS, Florence
PERKINS, Hazel Kennon
PEVELER, David  
PEVELER, Francis Marion
PEVELER, Lola Maude Sears
PEVELER, Sallie Alford
PINSON, HarveyConfederate Veteran
POE, John Asbury Farmer & Carpenter Farmer & Stock Dealer
POE, William Clayton
POWELL, Oscar Bernard (O.B.)
POWELL, W.G.W. & POWELL, John R.Squaw Creek Pioneer & County Commissioner Built First House in Tolar 1854-1856 Migration to Texas
PRICE, Alice MerrillEducator & Newswriter
PURSELLEY, Frank Morris
PURSELLEY, Odessa Mahan
RANDLE, John Henry
RATLIFF, D.R. “Dick”Known as the Peanut King
RATLIFF, James Naulon Jr.World War II Veteran
RATLIFF, Lena OwensHood County Teacher for More Than 40 Years
REAVIS, Lewis Andrew 
REEDER, Crawford B.County Attorney in 1890’s
REEVES, J.H., Dr.Settled Near Barnard’s Mill in 1869
REEVES, W.F.Minister & Druggist
RHEA, Charles Jefferson 
RIPPETOE, HitLipan Pharmacist
ROBERSON, Hezekiah K.Lived in Nubbin Ridge Community
ROBERTSON, Andrew BriggsRancher & Banker
ROBERTSON, Arminda Barton
ROBERTSON, HenryLast Sheriff to Work Out of the Old Hood County Jail, 1972 – 1980
ROBERTSON, NellieAppointed Special Chief Justice of Texas Supreme Court in 1925
ROBINETT, Mace Martin, Rev.Lived in Stockton Bend in 1900
ROBINSON, Joseph “Fighting Joe”Colorful Minister & County Commissioner
ROBINSON, William “Choctaw Bill”Organized Churches in Acton & Paluxy
RODGERS, Raymond E.Cresson High School 1932/37
ROGERS, William Leroy
RYLEE, Mrs. J.T.Of Granbury
RYLEE, Young J.Early Settler 1856
SAFFARRANS, Frank Lauderdale, Jr.World War II Memories
SANDEFER, Jefferson DavisSuperintendent of Granbury College
SAVAGE, William PooleGranbury City Marshal in 1920
SCHULTZ, Fleda Mae Williamson KeithGranbury’s Movie Lady
SCIRRATT, James E., Rev.Pastor of Tolar Baptist Church in 1950’s
SCURLOCK, Josiah Gordon “Doc”Gunfighter
SEARS, David Crockett 
SEARS, Carrie Virginia (Hubbard)A Genteel Woman
SEARS, George TimothyBorn 1872 Near Thorp Spring
SEARS, Henry Jefferson, Rev.Baptist Minister
SEARS, John BryantFrom Georgia to Texas
SEARS, Lola Maude Peveler1907 – 2000
SEARS, Susan Townsend
SEARS, “Ted” Edwin HansfordHood County Banker
SELF, Nathan Benjamin
SELF, Pleasant DewberryBronc Buster of NW Hood County
SELLARS, William ThomasSaved His Future Brother-in-Law in the Civil War
SHANNON, William R.1866 State Senator & Confederate Veteran
SHIPLEY, Enoch TolbertBaptist Minister in Acton
SHIRLEY, James TravisCounty Commissioner
SIMMS, Jacob Milton 
SLOCUM BrothersProsperous Cresson Ranchers
SHOEMAKER, Louis DeanGranbury Businessman
SMITH, Samuel HancockPublic Servant & Granbury Businessman Escaped from New Orleans Prison
SMITH, Thomas B.Cresson Legacy
SMYTHE, David PorterSurgeon, Professor & Botanist
SNELSON, John and GresellaBurial Information
ST. CLAIR FamiliesMany Families in Lipan Area
STALCUP, John PhillipSaddlemaker
STARNES, Edna ClaunchLipan School Teacher
STARR, BelleBandit Queen
STAVENHAGEN, LeopoldA stowaway from Germany who owned a bakery on the Granbury Square in 1870’s
STEPHENS, Isaac WeatherstoneLawyer & Judge
STEWART, Joseph Clark (Dick)Cresson Farmer & Stockman
STRICKLAND, Thomas JeffersonCivil War Veteran
STRONG, Henry W.Scout, Rancher & Frontiersman
SUBLETT, William CaldwellDiscovered Gold
SWITZER, David S.President of Granbury College
TANDY, John C.Banker
TARRANT, Samuel Levert, Rev. Baptist Minister in 1880’s County Judge
TAYLOR, James MonroeCivil War Veteran
TAYLOR, Joseph IsaacLipan Resident
TERRELL, William GabrielCivil War Veteran
TETER, Louis Curtis 
TETER, Thomas J. 
THOMAS, “Dub” T.W.Owned Dub’s Place on the Square
THOMASON, Roy Brothers Wed Twins in 1901 Killed on USS Savannah in WWII
THOMPSON, Burlin Monroe
THORP, Pleasant Earl and Nancy
THRASH, Patrick Henry1st Mayor of Granbury
TIDWELL FamilyTolar Family
TIDWELL, Gerald, ReverendLipan Baptist Pastor in 1960’s
TIDWELL, John BentonPaluxy Resident
TITTLE, Anthony 
TOLAR, Alfred H.H.Town of Tolar Named After Him
TORREY, John FrinkTrader & Manufacturer
TRACY, BirdShot Between the Eyes in 1902
TRACY, Justus F.1824 – 1904
TRAYLOR, John HenrySheriff, State Legislator & Mayor of Dallas
TUMLIN, G.S., ReverendPastor of 1st Baptist Church of Granbury
TURNER, Dera Blanche “Bun”Music Teacher
UMPHRESS, Mitchell Brown
UMPHRESS, Maggie Grubbs
UMPHRESS, S. Erastus “Ras”
VICKERS, William TownsendEarly Settler
WALKER, G.B., Dr.Thorp Spring Physician & Farmer
WALKER, H.P.Of Hood County
WALKER, William Samuel, Dr.Early Granbury Physician
WALSH, Thomas BentonCounty Commissioner from Fort Spunky
WALTON, David Hawkins 
WARD, Edward WoodrowLipan Farmer & Chicken Rancher
WARD, Glenn L., ReverendPastor of Acton Baptist Church
WARD, Mary Jane Wilson NickellsAn Orphan in 1870 Hood County
WARD, Pierce B.Attorney & State Senator
WATKINS, David Edward  
WATKINS, Robert Clifton
WATKINS, Bonnie Lee Hopper
WATKINS, Mary LouHistorical Preservationist
WATSON, John SlomanFather of Hood County Educators
WEIR, WilliamKilled by Indians in 1871
WELLS, David BrutonA Union Officer
WEST, Owen CollinsEarly Pioneers of Squaw Creek Captured by Indians in 1868 Near Tolar
WHITAKER, Milford FlaviousPreacher & Carpenter
WHITEHEAD, Robert S.Confederate Veteran
WILLIAMS, Fleda MaeGranbury’s Movie Lady
WILLIAMS, J. Walter, Rev.Baptist Minister
WILLIAMS, John ManoahSquaw Creek Pioneer Considered the Wealthiest Man in Hood County in 1896
WILLIAMS, Marie RaifsniderOwned a Dry Goods Store on the Granbury Square 1934-1945
WILLIAMS, Mary Lou, Mrs.Vinegar Hill Pioneer
WILLIAMS, “Pig” Elton GarlandThe Will Rogers of Hood County
WILLIAMSON, James C.Confederate Veteran
WILSON, LorenGranbury City Councilman 1970 – 1974
WINDSOR, Stephen Decature
WOHLFORD, BallardElected State Representative in 1893
WOOD, David Morton Settled on the Paluxy in 1869 Farmer & Breeder of Clydesdale Horses
WOOD, John A.Cresson Area Farmer & Stockman
WOOD, W.A.Settled Near Barnard’s Mill in 1874
WOODS, Hugh W.Deputy Sheriff in 1885
YEATS, Austin NewtinFirst Settled on Lambert Branch in 1858

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