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Re: Ballingers of Cooke County Texas
Posted by: jo ann dickey (ID *****3270) Date: October 25, 2009 at 15:38:03
In Reply to: Re: Ballingers of Cooke County Texas by Harold Williams of 1378

Jimmie was Oscar's half brother. He had two sons (I don't know if there were other children): Frank and Jack. Both lived in Sulphur. I don't know about Frank's children, if any. Jack had three childred: David and John both died as fairly young adults; there is one living daughter, who lives in Sulphur, I think.

Another half brother was named Edgar and he also lived in Sulphur and was sheriff at one time. I don't know about children. I don't remember any. He had a step-daughter, Vivian.

When my father became ill, we had to close the grocery store. My brother Jerry, lived in the country between Sulphur and Davis at the time of his death.

I live in Oklahoma City and have one sister who lives in Chandler Oklahoma. She was particularly fond of Minor who would come to visit us. He always sent her the newspaper from California that had the Rose Bowl pictures.

We have a reunion at the park in Sulphur the first Sunday in October. Maybe you would like to come some time. Everett's daughter, Verna Jean is still living and comes when she can; also Harry's grandson Fred who lives somewhere near Fort Worth.


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