Deed of Sale of 1 1/2 acres of land from W. I. Caywood to Talbott Ridge School District #72 for establishment of Talbott Ridge School.
Dues for A. Lee Caywood family policy from Phillips & Luckey Burial Association 1941
Phillips & Luckey Burial Association Assessment No. 32 dated December 5, 1941. This assessment also lists the last 3 months burials:
J. W. Pitts, George Roberts, Mrs. Lue Story, C. A. Winkler, Emma F. Kornegay, T. E. Murphy, A. J. Rolan, J. T. Howard, Roy Byrum, W. P. Henry, G. H. Lawrence, Mrs Bertha Erdmann, Miss Etta Evans, Mrs. Lillie May Hays, George Huff, Mrs. Estelle Holland, Chas. Gohman, D. H. Sanford, Ernest Stolte, J. C. Moseley, Mrs. Johanna Korb, R. W. Browder, Mrs. Belle Barker, Mrs. Ruth Story, Edna Exner, Wm. Grundmann, P. L. Goode, L. H. Kutschke, Mrs Hattie Colley, Mrs. J. P. Hill, Mrs. Katie Kuehne, P. Vargas, S. G. Swanzy, E. Reyna, Miss Nancy Mason, Mrs. Pelogia Budnik, Luke Garcia, Charlie Porter, Thadeus Smith, Chrystene Taylor, J. B. Bridges, J. E. Schulze, Joe Martinez, M. M. Pierce, Tom H. Gantt, Mrs. Mary B. Doughty.
MAKING HISTORY - Texas’ first signs denoting the site of the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Trail went up last week, including this one on County Road 440 near Thorndale.
Precinct 4 personnel working on the signs included Jeremy Hoskins (in bucket) and (standing L-R) Billy Felfe, Kelvin Kroeger, Russell Niemtschk and Commissioner Jeff Muegge.
Rockdale Reporter, February 21, 2013
Photo courtesy of Joy Graham
World War II
War Rationing Pledge
signed by: A. L. Caywood