County Brick Walls
If you have a Brick Wall you are in need of
tearing down, contact me to post it.
Or if you can help others with their Brick
Wall, please do.
Tommy Brooks Sat, 1 Nov 1997
I am trying to find a long-lost relative who lived in the
Masterson Community in the south part of Moore County in 1950. Is there a
cemetery for that community, and if so, do you have a list of the people
who are buried there? I think he might be buried there if there is one.
His name was Orville Lloyd Ellis. He was born in either 1912 or 1913. I
have no other information about him except that his parents' names were
Lytle and Pearl Ellis of Hereford. He had two sisters: Lena Ellis Ham and
Thelma Ellis Ham. By 1970, he had passed away. Also, he got his mail at
Bivins Station. Does that name mean anything to you? If you can help in
any way, I would appreciate it very much. Thank you for your time.
Janet Mon, 24 Nov
I am researching the family history of Bonnie PARKER.
I have been told that she had relatives living in Moore Co. (Dumas) at one
time, perhaps by the name of WELCH. any help would be appreciated!
Dianna Mon, 05 Jan 1998
Looking for information on "Red" Clark who used to "ride
the range" in the Panhandle of Texas and possibly owned land there at one
time. He married Nancy Davis and had two children Elbert b Abt 1885 and
Estella Mae b Abt 1889. Red and Nancy both died suddenly while travelling
through Van Zandt Co/Kaufman Co Texas in 1890. Nancy Davis Clark had
previously been married to Unknown Lovell and had Ada, Emma or Amma, John,
Joe, and George Lovell. Lovell relatives took in these children but no
relatives of Clark or Davis found so Elbert and Estella Mae raised by
unrelated families. "Red" Clark was a big, burly, red-headed man with
military bearing, covered with knife scars. Nancy Davis may have been of
Indian ancestry. They may have travelled from New Mexico just prior to
their deaths. A little more info may be found at