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The Genealogy of Robert and Christina Barritt



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44701 “[T. D.] was a maintenance foreman with Sheffield Steel Mill in Houston for 28 years and a member of Northside Baptist Church. He was also a longtime volunteer at Citizens Medical Center.” CROUCH, Talley Donald (I57297)
44702 “[Thomas] was a native of Duplin County, a member of the Beulaville Masonic Lodge No. 658 and the Sharon Baptist Church. He was a former saw mill operator and more recently was in the construction and real estate business.” SANDERSON, Thomas Fitzhugh (I56629)
44703 “[Thomas] was born in Oregon City, Oregon on November 18, 1946 but shortly afterwards moved with his parents to Spokane, a city he called home his entire life… His art lives on in the many Eastern Washington Victorian and Craftsman homes he restored, in the movie sets he painted before CGI took over, and in the hearts of those touched by his creativity.” TUMLINSON, Thomas W. (I57736)
44704 “[Tom] graduated from Harlingen High School and earned his Eagle Scout and was a Scout Master for Troops 10 and 50. Thomas served as a Seaman in U.S. Coast Guard and in the Army Airborne Regiment and was discharged in 1947.  He was employed by Boggus Motor Co. in several capacities and was self-employed in construction. He was also employed for several years as a Rural Letter Carrier and retired in 1995. Tom enjoyed importing parrots from Mexico, Central American and South American.” BRYANT, Thomas Lee (I2435)
44705 “[Verga] married Roy BINION in 1945 at Perryton. They moved to Keller in 1959, where they lived until 1986 when they moved to Booker. She was a telephone operator for General Telephone for many years.” GARTON, Verga Adella (I48433)
44706 “[Viola] was a member of St. John Lutheran Church. She was a charter member of the VFW Auxiliary, Woodmen of the World, Social Member of Herman Sons and the Treasurer of Mary Circle.” SCHAVRDA, Viola Louise (I51435)
44707 “[Virgil] retired from United States Air Force and also the United States Postal Service.” HOLMAN, Virgil Eugene (I50144)
44708 “[Waurane’s] family moved to the Leander area shortly after she was born and she remained there. Waurane was a long time active member of the Leander Church of Christ. Waurane met the love of her life, Joe Smith Cluck in Leander and they were married on January 26, 1946. She enjoyed traveling with her family all over but her favorite destination was Red River, New Mexico. Waurane had a talent for quilting and enjoyed sharing her artistic creations with friends and family. Many memories will be cherished by her skillful hands. Being an avid Longhorn fan, she cheered them on every opportunity she had to watch. Waurane spent the last few years living with her daughter and son-in-law, Cathy and Charles Broun, they will always cherish the precious time they were given with her in their home.” JONES, Waurane (I41036)
44709 “[Wink] was a Major in the U.S. Air Force for 23 years, retiring in 1964, and worked for the U.S. Postal Service for 10 years, retiring in 1975. He loved anything to do with aviation, coin collecting and was a member of Sergeant Pilots Association. Major Winkler was a veteran of World War II, Korea and Vietnam. He also flew in the Berlin Airlift.” WINKLER, Winfred Clair (I48237)
44710 “‘Chockie’ was born in Fred and lived most of his life in Silsbee. He was Co-Owner of West Texas BBQ. He proudly served his country with the US Army during the Korean Conflict.” NOLEN, Richard Edward (I50883)
44711 “‘Quentin,’ as he was known by his family and friends, was born in Burley, Idaho on February 21, 1919 to Cecil Woods and Ethel Dobbs Woods. The family moved to Anderson, Missouri, when Quentin was a few months old. He had two brothers, James Woods of Muskogee, OK, and Robert Woods (deceased) of Anderson. Quentin was a graduate of Anderson High School, Class of 1937. His first job out of high school was with the Tatum Motor Company in Anderson. His employments as a sales representative for the Mopar Parts Division of the Chrysler Corporation included Jardon-Brelsford Motor Company of Joplin, Arkamo Parts Inc. in Springfield, and 4-State Motor Parts of Tulsa from which he retired in 1982.
“Quentin enlisted in the US Navy in March of 1942. After basic training, he learned to operate and maintain the arresting gear used on aircraft carriers.  In 1943, he was assigned to the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Corregidor, which was involved in four major campaigns in the Pacific Theater, and earned the rank of Flight Deck Chief. He was discharged from the Navy on November 30, 1945.
“He married Wilma Jean Hardy of Southwest City, MO, on September 25, 1949. They spent 65 wonderful years together and raised two daughters. He was a member of Forest Park Baptist Church for 65 years where he served as a Sunday School teacher. After losing their home in the May 2011 tornado, Quentin and Wilma moved to Fort Worth, TX to be close to their daughter, Nancy, and lived first at Legacy Senior Residences, then Trinity-Courtyard Retirement Community.” 
WOODS, Orville Quentin (I55973)
44712 “‘Rick’ graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas where he was a Lt Col in ROTC. He also studied engineering at the University of Texas and went on to work in the Telecommunications industry for over 40 years in Texas and Atlanta, GA. Rick was an avid hunter, into all sorts of electronic gadgets and enjoyed traveling with his wife Jody via motorcycle to 49 states, Canada and Europe. He was in the Dallas Emergency Core, a Constable for Jack Richardson, Odd Fellow and IEEE. He dearly loved the family land east of Terrell where he worked the land and raised Longhorn cattle.” MORGAN, Richard Caldwell II (I13452)

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