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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS

   

 

 

The Historical Story of Bee County Texas

by: Camp Ezell

Copyright 1973 by Camp Ezell and Beeville Publishing Co., Inc.: Published by Beeville Publishing Co., Inc., Beeville, Texas

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Dedication

Table of Contents

Forward

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Chapters

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The original book was scanned and developed for the internet in 2002.  Thanks to Chip Latcham and the Beeville Publishing Company for permission to add this historical document to the internet.

 

Please remember that the documents have not been thoroughly proofread and corrected. We felt that having the information online was important. The scanner had  difficulty with "f" and "t".

 

"ABOUT EARLY DOCTORS IN BEE COUNTY"

Link to:  Early Doctors in Bee County
This material was found in the files of Dr. Ernest E. MILLER, after his death, and was furnished by his daughter for publication in 1991. Dr. Miller had gathered the following information for the Centennial of Bee County, celebrated in 1958.

 

SCHOOLS INFORMATION

BEEVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL - 1910

 

BEEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL - SEVENTEEN GRADUATES IN THE CLASS OF 1907

Beeville, TX 1910 Baseball Team

Taken from the SW Orange Growers magazine

PETTUS SCHOOL SCENES - 1951

Taken by: James Beauchamp

School grounds looking from the SE. The open field on the right is were the Elementary School now stands.

One picture shows what looks to be a house. That is were Mr. Moore the School Maintenance Dept. head lived for many years. I believe the house was torn down in the 1970's.  WB

BEE'S OLDEST SCHOOL HOUSE, Beeville Bee Friday, 21 Aug 1908

A.C. JONES HIGH SCHOOL - BEEVILLE, TX

CLASS OF 1914

Bee County Teachers Institute

Bee County Teachers Institute convened at the court house - 1899

SCHOOL DISTRICTS

Public School Trustees & Districts Over Which They Presided - 1895

BEEVILLE YEARBOOK - 1956 - The Trojan

 

SENIORS

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SKIDMORE

Skidmore High School

taken about 1910

 

SCHEDULE OF ACCOUNTS WITH T. W. JOHNSON CO. (grocery merchant)

Probate Book A/Pages 196-198, Bee County Clerk's Office

 

1923 Tuleta Parish Visitor newspaper

LINK TO:   PAGE 1    PAGE 4    PAGE 9    PAGE 12

 

Colonists that came to the Bee County area in 1829

LINK:  PASSENGER LISTS

 

"OLD SETTLERS REGISTER"
(From Beeville Picayune, Thursday, 11 November 1915)

 

OLD SETTLERS' DAY AN ENJOYABLE EVENT

(Bee‑Picayune, front page, 15 Oct 1931)

 

PASSPORTS

Pre. 1900's - 1925

James Goodwin Atkins  #1  #2

Frank Todd Barfield  #1  #2

John Stovall Borroum  #1  #2

W.G. Burris  #1  #2

Jas. P. Craven  #1  #2

T.L. Cryer  #1  #2

Chester A. Dugat  #1  #2

James C. Edwards  #1  #2

George Gailbreath  #1  #2

Madeleine Giddings  #1  #2

Richard Gillette  #1  #2

George C. Hatch, Jr.  #1  #2

John A. Hill  #1  #2

Alice C. Jones  #1   #2

Daniell H. Kimball  #1  #2

Nathanial B. Malone  #1  #2

Crosley Marsden  #1  #2

Herschell Porter Mathews, Jr.  #1  #2

Marshall McDonnell  #1  #2

Francis Sullivan Miller  #1  #2

Hilda I. Miller  #1  #2

Morris Bernard Miller  #1  #2

Walter C. Miller  #1  #2

Albert Nutt  #1  #2

C.B. Nutt  #1   #2

R.E. Nutt  #1  #2

Jay Hayne Parks  #1  #2

Mae Roberts  #1  #2

William H. Smith  #1  #2

John Warren Swann  #1  #2

Walter Allan Teas  #1  #2

Artie Bess Walker  #1    #2

James A. Walton  #1  #2

Luther Williams  #1  #2

Maudie Henry Williams  #1  #2

 

 

 

 

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