Search billions of records on


Hogan Family Bible Records

Courtesy of Steven Long



George Barkley Adams
Born Aug. 7, 1880

Robert E. Adams
Dec. 1st, 1882

Minnie B. Adams
July 25, 1885

Willie B. Adams
Feb. 9, 1887


Addie Adams - Wife of
George Barkley Adams, died,
Jan. 13th, 1919


Gladdis Adams, daughter of
G. B. & Addie Adams
died Jan. 18th, 1919



Walter M. Hogan
Jan. 9, 1919

Henry B. Hogan
Sept. 11th, 1933

Sam D. Hogan
March 17th, 1939

Joe Bailey Hogan
Feb. 27, 1936



Children of W. B. & M. A Clay

Missouri Alice
April 2nd, 1863

Green Price, Dec. 14th, 1864

Joseph Shelby
Dec. 9?th, 1866

Oscar Lee, Oct. 31st, 1868

Lenora, July 25th, 1872

Leander Bascom
Dec. 23rd, 1873

Henry Swanson
Oct. 12, 1876

Green Price, Oct. 6th, 1871

Joseph Shelby
Oct. 14th, 1871

Lenora, Oct. 25th, 1876

Oscar Lee, Oct. 14th, 1877

W. B. Clay (our father)
died Aug. 18, 1877

M. A. Clay (our mother)
died Nov. 6th, 1887

Henry Swanson
died March 21, 1913

Leander Bascom
died April 21st, 1923

Walter M. Hogan, son of Mr. And Mrs. H. B. Hogan, died at the home of his parents in this city yesterday morning at 4:30 and will be buried tomorrow (Sunday) morning at 10 o'clock in Cedarvale Cemetery.


This young man, for the last few years had been living in Arizona, hoping that the high altitude would be beneficial to him, but some days ago his doctors told him that he had only a short while to live, so he returned to home and loved ones.


Walter was a little over 29 years of age and contracted tuberculosis doing outdoor work during the flood of 1913. It became apparent that he was afflicted and he left for Arizona soon afterwards.


To the grief-stricken parents, brothers and sisters The Tribune extends its deepest sympathy.

The Matagorda County Tribune, January 17, 1919

Florence Hamilton Mangum


MANGUM, (Mrs.) Florence Hamilton, passed away Saturday afternoon at Gulf Coast Medical Center in Wharton. A resident of Bay City for 68 years and a member of the First Methodist Church, Mrs. Mangum was 88 years of age. Services were held Monday at 2 p.m. in the First Methodist Church with Rev. Conrad Winborn officiating. Interment was in Cedarvale Cemetery. Mrs. Mangum is survived by seven daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Stallings and Mrs. Bertha Bunk, both of Corpus Christi, Mrs. Edna Long of Dickinson, Mrs. Meda Rugeley of Bay City, Mrs. Joe Groves of Boling, Mrs. Jack Peters of Ganado, Mrs. June Feagin of Texas City; two sons, Roy W. Mangum of San Antonio, Oscar Mangum of Houston; two sisters, Mrs. Edna Curry of Houston, Mrs. Willie Rogers of Baytown; four brothers, Henry Hogan of Monahans, Arch Hogan of League City, Jeff Hogan of Roma, Barkley Adams of Van Vleck; 26 grandchildren, 41 great-grandchildren and 5 great-great grandchildren. Grandsons R. L. Peters, Charles R. Mangum, M. R. Thomas, B. M. Thomas, G. P. Ottis, Stephen Long, Corky Irwin and Frank Groves Jr. served as pallbearers. C. E. Feagin and Will Mangum served as honorary pallbearers. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Taylor Brothers Funeral Home.


The Daily Tribune, September 16, 1967


Copyright 2009 - Present by the Hogan Family
All rights reserved

Feb. 24, 2009
Mar. 8, 2009