Query: Harris, Johnston, Jones, Gunter

My name is Yvette Harris. I live in Wichita Ks. I am seeking help with any information on my family in Wood County. I have gotten pretty far back in my family tree. Who I am seeking is anything before 1860 census on Ned Jones (born 1829 in Georgia) and Indiana Johnston (born 1815/1816 in Indiana) or Loss/Lass Gunter (born 1859 in Georgia) if you guys can help in any type of way it would be great. Thanks.

(ed.) If you have any information, you can comment here, and I’ll pass it on to Yvette’s request on the Wood County, Texas Genealogical research Community at Facebook. If you have a Facebook account and want to post the information there, just click the highlighted link just before this sentence.

Re: Queries Allison & Rushing & Hood

Member Mark Reid shared this research on three recent queries:

Query: Allison
A J. B. Allison m. Juanita L. Harris 6 Nov 1933.
Query: Rushing
No Horn female married to a male Rushing in our marriage records.
Query: Hood
No appropriately named HOOD persons in our cemetery books.
All I could find quickly.
Mark Reid

Wood County Officers 1900

From the free Google Books Search: Biennial report of the Secretary of State of the State of Texas (Google eBook) Texas, Secretary of State, 1900, Page 256

Link to original image in Google Books: http://books.google.com/books?id=9L1KAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA256&img=1&zoom=3&hl=en&sig=ACfU3U17WKrvUVXdm0g6aSr5EvgkUQYCww&ci=155%2C203%2C815%2C639&edge=0

James William “Bud” Harbin 1922-2010

James William “Bud” Harbin, husband of our vice-president, Dorothy Harbin, died Oct. 6 in Quitman.

Funeral services will be held Sunday, Oct. 10 at 2 p.m. at Lowe Funeral Home Chapel in Quitman with Dr. Dick White and Bro. Fred Morrow officiating and burial at Roselawn Memorial Gardens at Mineola. Visitation will be Saturday, Oct. 9 from 6-8 p.m. at the funeral home.

Born in Quitman Dec. 4, 1922, Bud was a lifelong resident of the city and a member of the Liberty Methodist Church of Quitman. He was a retired construction foreman for Sears Roebuck. He also worked for Strickland Freight in Houston, as a courier for the Tyler Morning Telegraph, and a courier for Pone Express Texas Warehouse

He was preceded in death by daughters, Floy Ellean and Flora Elizabeth Harbin; sons, Lonnie David and Jessie Harbin; and sister, Alta Mae Harbin Dopson; granddaughter, Una Maxine Harbin; two wives, mothers of James and Daniel; and parents, James W. and Alta E. Harris Harbin. He is survived by wife, Dorothy Harbin of Quitman; sons James E. Harbin, Luling, and Daniel S. Harbin and Karen, Arlington; stepson Kevin Waldrep and Lorna, Salado; daughter Neva Harbin Potts and Gerald, Quitman; stepdaughter Carolyn S. Varcados, Montana, former wife, Pete Kinnard, Quitman; sisters Alice Lee and Clarence, Quitman, and Mary Halbert and John, Quitman, and eight grandchildren and thre great-grandchildren.

We extend our sincerest sympathy to Dorothy and all of the family in Bud’s passing.

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