BAPTIST CEMETERY - Lipan
Clark M. Penn
Theodore D. Penn was called "Theo." He was in Lipan as early as 09/15/1876. He worked with my great-grandfather, Madison Right Hale.
Theodore D. Penn served in the Civil War.
T.D. Penn was a member of the Lipan International Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) Lodge No. 298.
1877 Hood County School Records:
T.D. Penn - Parent
A.J. Penn (female) - age 10
Barbara Penn - age 6
04/02/1882 T.D. Penn married Fannie Nix.
09/06/1891 J.M. Penn married Roella Lineberry.
04/11/1897 C.M. Penn married A.L. McGee (female).
01/06/1912 Hattie Penn married Luther A. Martin.
03/15/1913 Mary Penn married R.E. Peugh.
06/16/1913 Z.T. Penn married Mrs. Fanny Penn.
Ollie Penn married Mal Huffstutler.
1877 Lipan School Census:
P.D. Penn (Parent)
Birth: 08/07/1905 Penn (female), parents J.B. & Flora Penn in Tolar, Hood County.
EVERGREEN CEMETERY - Lipan
About 1888 William Edmond Davis (1869-1950), my cousin, married Vilina Lineberry. Vilina was born 10/1871 in North Carolina; died 1928; burial Evergreen Cemetery. [Eddie's mother and my great-grandmother were sisters - maiden name Iles. Two of Eddie & Vilina's great-granchildren are my double cousins.]
12/12/1897 S.L. Holmes married Earnestine Lineberry.
08/09/1908 Dollie Peugh married B.F. Cox.
1917-1918 LIPAN SCHOLASTIC CENSUS REPORT
W.M. Peugh (Parent)
There are no Peugh burials in Hood County.
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