McLennan County, Texas
McLennan County, Texas AHGP

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LeRoy Caldwell's 1st Grade Class 1907 Waco

Huff Ave. Elementary School 1940

In the very back row, left to right: Gene Blackburn, Bobby Joe Caldwell, Roy Elliott, Evelyn (Caldwell) Elliott, Harold Lee Edwards and Grady Edwards.
Next row, left to right: Gene's wife, Dorothy (Caldwell) Rohrer, Betty Edwards, Celie Caldwell holding Skip Rohrer, Nick Caldwell, Thelma (Caldwell) Edwards, Barbara Caldwell, Jean Caroline Edwards and Luddie (Brown, Green) White.
Bottom row, left to right: Normie Rohrer with Eddie, Martha Rohrer, John Tyler Caldwell and Pearl (Blackburn) Caldwell.

Teachers East Waco School 1908 or 1909
Top Row, left to right:
Marie Riddle (Babe), she is the only identified teacher in this picture--can
you help us with the others?
Submitted by Sandra Van Wyk

Back Row: Anna Rae Trallenger, Edith Cochren, Smith Dickson, Edna Earl Wallace Cook, Margaret Fant
Front Row: Daisy Belle Cook, Bonnie Magee, Nell Mosley, Ruth Galbreth, Eva Lynch.

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McLENNAN - a new county in the central part of Texas, has an area of about 800 square miles. It is intersected by the Brazos river, and also drained by the Bosque, Middle Bosque, and South Bosque rivers. The surface is uneven, and consists partly of prairies. This county was formed since the census of 1850 was taken. The population is unknown, but very sparse. Capital, Waco. page 639
Baldwin, Thomas and J. Thomas, M.D. New and Complete Gazetteer of the United States. Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Grambo, & Co., 1854

Seth Samuel Martin
 b. 21 August 1838 in MS.
d. 11 March 1902 in Axtell, McLennan, TX.
He is buried in the Olive Branch Church Cemetery between Axtell and Leroy, on the Heritage Parkway. He was married to Frances Adalaide "Addy" Martin in Union Church, Jefferson, MS. They came to McLennan County Texas between 1880-1890, and began their family in Axtell, McLennan, TX. Seth was a Mason and he was a Civil War Veteran. He served in the Confederacy in Co., D, 12 MS Vol. Regiment. He was captured and held prisoner of war at Petersburg.
Submitted by Jane A. Schwarz Combs, Seth Martin is her great grandfather.

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 Birth and Death Records:
Mart, Texas Deaths in 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917 & 1918
Submitted and transcribed by Carol Couch.

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 Marriage Records
McLennan County Marriage Records
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Submitted by Leon Wilson

Submitted by Leon Wilson

The Halpain & Meeks family reunion picture, if you can identify
any of the people in this picture please .

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