TC Archives: Lochridge, Oscar
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Oscar Lochridge Collection
{JJ Scott}
Summary: Donated a book on the Everman Cemetery as well as personal family history, especially concerning James Joshua Scott (image shown), who served as Tarrant County Commissioner 1888-1892. The donor is a great grandson of Scott.
  • Everman Cemetery, Everman, Tarrant County, Texas, by the Everman historical Society. Compiled by Mary Rattan, Secretary of the Everman Cemetery Committee, and members of the Everman Historical Society, Published by the Everman Historical Society, Everman, Texas, 1995
  • Children of Martin Philip Scott
  • James Joshua Scott with wife, children & spouses
  • 1909 family reunion
Family Manuscripts and Articles
  • Timeline of James Joshua Scott’s life
  • Application for membership of SAR for Ben Gantt tracing lineage to Joshua Scott
  • Antioch School, about 1897, class picture with names on back
  • Maps showing location of Scott land in southeast Tarrant County
  • Military records for James Josh Scott in C.S.A.
  • Timeline for Martin Phillip Scott
  • Notes by Lee T. Gantt on the Scott family
  • Copies about Scott, Gantt, and East family from Lila Bunch Race book
  • Obituary of James Joshua Scott, 1888 &1890 election returns for Tarrant County officials
  • Essay on James Joshua Scott by Johanna Corrine Scott
  • History of Hudson family by Mittie Hudson Scott & family chart
  • Census information (1870, 1880, & 1900) for J. J. Scott, Joel East & Lewis Lochridge
  • Poems by Mittie Hudson Scott & Family Vignettes by Marie Scott Rust
Samuel Burk Burnett
  • Last will & testament of Samuel Burk Burnett, November 24, 1921, Fort Worth, Texas. Executors named: Marion Sansom and W. E. Connell. After debts paid & various assigned gifts named to individuals, the remainder of will assigns 1/3 of estate to daughter-in-law, Ollie Burnett and 2/3 of estate to granddaughter, Annie Burnett. Attorney for S. B. Burnett: Sidney Samuels. Burnett died June 22, 1922

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