1 edition of Fannin County folks and facts found in the catalog.
Fannin County folks and facts
Bibliography: p. 439.
|Statement||written by the families and friends of Fannin County.|
|Contributions||Bonham Public Library.|
|LC Classifications||F392.F17 F36|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||440 p. :|
|Number of Pages||440|
|LC Control Number||77073791|
Fannin County TXGenWeb "Fannin County Folks & Facts" pages Copyright permission to place this on the web granted by the Bonham Public Library Apr. ~txfannin/ Fannin County Historical Commission One North Center Street Bonham, Texas Researching Fannin County History Version as of July This document has been prepared by the Fannin County Historical Commission to help those interested in researching Fannin County history and Fannin County ://
This book is the culmination of many hours of research done by the Fannin County Heritage Foundation. Copies are still available for $ from the society at West First Street Blue Ridge, Georgia, GA Highlights info row image () Read more. 10 people found this › Books › History › Americas. Arkada is located seven miles northwest of Ladonia in southwestern Fannin County.. History. Arkada is situated on a high, rolling prairie, called Wood's prairie, the surrounding country is so densely crowded, that it is almost a, continuous village for several miles. Handsome farms, elegant improvements, fine stock and energetic people are to be found on Wood's ://
- Fannin County Folks and Facts, Edhube is located seven miles southeast of Bonham. The small settlement was named Bentonville for Colonel Ed Hugh Benton, a Confederate soldier who came to Texas in The name was later changed and shortened to "Ed-Hu-Be". Boyd is a small rural community on State Highway 78 about five miles north of Bonham in north central Fannin County.. History. Named for the Boyd family, this settlement probably began by the late s or early s. A country school existed in the s, and county highway maps in the s showed numerous farms in the ://
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Books Relating to Fannin County Online At This Site. Books at the 'Portal to Texas History' The links below will take you off site to books we've discovered online with information on Fannin County and it's people. The referenced site's webpage will be displayed in a new window. ?book=Folk.
Creation Information. Bonham Public Library Context. This book is part of the collection entitled: Rescuing Texas History, and was provided by Fannin County Historical Commission to The Portal to Texas History, a digital repository hosted by the UNT ://://metapth This book was compiled by volunteers in an effort to honor every uniformed member of the armed services from Fannin County during World War II.
Beginning in July ofphotos and information on each soldier were requested to be submitted by the wives and parents of the soldiers serving in the :// base cided to publish a history book in an effort to preserve the i, Cy- rich heritage of Fannin County.
The volume was to be the tures compilation of family histories and historical sketches writ-set in ten by the people associated with Fannin County. epro- The result of these efforts is this volume entitled FANNIN.
The COUNTY FOLKS AND ://://metapth/m1/7. Fannin County Folks & Facts Page: 18 p.: ill., ports., maps ; 28 cm. This book is part of the collection entitled: Rescuing Texas History, and was provided to The Portal to Texas History by the Fannin County Historical ://://metapth/m1/ Fannin County Historical Commission, Consultant Emeritus FANNIN COUNTY FOLKS & FACTS was printed by Taylor Publishing Company, Dallas, Texas.
It is the first book of its kind to utilize Taylor's Cybercomp system. The first compu-terized system to combine successfully and economically op-tical character recognition, digitizing, text editing ://metapth/m1/6.
"Fannin County Folks & Facts Book" is Online. This is the main biographical book of Fannin Co. Fannin County ~ POSTMASTERS & POST OFFICES - Fannin County Soil Survey Book (inlcludes maps and farming info) History of Fannin County, Texas by Indian wars and pioneers of Texas ~ by John Henry Brown ~ Index to that ://~txfannin/ Website space provided by Fannin County Genealogy Society.
This page last updated on at Website development by a friend of :// Fannin County TXGenWeb. Check this Index First and then go to the Page Grid Below The Entire Book is in this website The Index was made possible by the work of Edith G.
Smith Fannin County Folks & Facts was published Bonham, Tex.: Bonham Public Library, c If you have any trouble viewing images ~txfannin/ All Boards. Fannin - Family History & Genealogy Message Board.
Subject. Fannin County Folks and Facts Melany Johnson Posted: Classification: Query I have my grandmother's book regarding Windom and that gave me some information.
My grandfather was Henry Joe Fletcher and I would appreciate any assistance in acquiring a copy of the Fannin County Folks & Facts Hardcover – January 1, by Sheryn Jones (Editor) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
Price New from Used from Hardcover, "Please retry" — FANNIN COUNTY. Fannin County is located in Northeast Texas on the Oklahoma border.
Bonham, the county seat, is fifty-five miles northeast of Dallas. The center point of the county is at approximately 33°30' north latitude and 96°10' west :// Sorry about the ware and tear on these first few pages. I lost the cover years ago and use the book so much it fell apart., most of the pages in the book are in much better condition.
Susan Newton Henry & Elizabeth Ann (Edwards) Copeland ~txfannin/ Fannin County folks and facts Fannin County, Texas: a collection of historical sketches and family histories 1st ed. Published by Bonham Public Library in Bonham, Tex.
Written in English Get this from a library. Fannin County folks and facts: Fannin County, Texas: a collection of historical sketches and family histories.
[Bonham Public Library.;] County Histories. History of Fannin County, Texas,by W. Carter. Fannin County Folks and Facts, A History of Fannin County,by Floy Crandall Hodge.
A Brief History of Dodd City, Texas, by Millard Doan Brent. Read it on line. Location Records identified with a SRC of 'S' are records that were Submitted by various Fannin County researchers. If you have information that you would like to submit for inclusion please send it to the TXFannin :// Fannin County TXGenWeb "Fannin County Folks & Facts" pages Next Page~txfannin/fhtml.
Fannin County was created on 14 December along with 39 North Texas counties which were carved out of Red River County. The Republic of Texas became the 28th State of the United States of America. Fannin County was named for James Walker Fannin Jr.
and the county seat of Bonham, is named for James Butler Bonham both died in the War of Texas ~txfannin. Fannin County Historical Commission One North Center Street Bonham, Texas Researching Fannin County History Version as of December This document has been prepared by the Fannin County Historical Commission to help those interested in researching Fannin County history and Fannin County ://.
Website space provided by Fannin County Genealogy Society. This site last updated on at Website development by a friend of William went by the name "Andy," in the book 'Fannin County Folks and Facts'Nobility is hardly mentioned but it lists Andy Cowan in a short list of early settlers.
(Nobility was settled in ) More About WILLIAM ANDREW COWAN: Burial: 13 JulyIndian Creek Cem., Fannin Co. TX Will: 27 OctoberWill Book 3, pageFannin Co. TX~txfannin/Fannin County TXGenWeb "Fannin County Folks & Facts" pages Next ~txfannin/fhtml.