Not related; curious if the Thorp line was also in early Grayson Co., TX. I found this in genealogybank.com site which had several items including society notes for Anna Wingrove and daughter Ida besides this obit:
Dallas Morning News
September 14, 1929
Wingrove Rites To Be Held Today
Fort Worth, Sept. 13: Funeral services for C. H. WINGROVE, 52, Fort Worth civic leader and prominent business man, who died suddenly Friday morning at his home, 511 South Ballinger St., will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. from the residence. The body will be taken to Denison, his birthplace for burial. Mr. Wingrove was a past president of the Fort Worth Rotary Club and was president of the club’s boys educational loan fund, of which he was one of the sponsors…. Director at various times of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce… school board member… member of the local Masonic Lodge and of the Fort Worth Club. Survivors are his wife, a son C. H. WINGROVE Jr., and two sisters, Mrs. ARTHUR MCGARR of Muskogee, Okla., and Mrs. TOM HOGG of Denison.
Dallas Morning News
September 27, 1909
Texas Postmasters to Have Day at the Fair
… among the names, CHARLES WINGROVE of Denison, Texas
January 15, 1899
G.A.R. Installation Exercises
Denison, Tex., Jan. 14: Last night at the Woodmen hall, the beautiful and impressive installation of officers of the National Lyon Post No. 5, G.A.R. and auxiliary W. R. C. NO. was witnessed by a large and representative audience… The president named Past Department President Mrs. ANNA WINGROVE as conductor for the installation exercises and requested her to escort…
Some articles with Charles Hargrove and work with the Rotary.
Fort Worth Star Telegram
Fort Worth, Texas
November 9, 1913
Day’s Transfers in Real Estate
CHARLES WINGROVE and wife to W. M. LACY, Lot 49, block 10, Emory College, $500.
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