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Abilene, Taylor County, Texas


Notes: ABILENE, TEXAS. Abilene is in the northeast corner of Taylor County. It is situated 1,708 feet above sea level on generally flat terrain. The city is connected east-west by Interstate Highway 20 and north-south by U.S. highways 83, 84, and 277. Reflecting its beginning as a railroad townsite, Abilene is bisected by the Texas and Pacific tracks, which run east-west.

Abilene owes its genesis to the Texas and Pacific and a group of ranchers and land speculators. Before the coming of the railroad, the Abilene area had been sporadically inhabited by nomadic Indians and United States military personnel and later by buffalo hunters and ranchers. By the 1870s the Indians had been driven out, and cattlemen began to graze their herds in the area. Taylor County was organized in 1878, and Buffalo Gap was designated the county seat. When the Texas and Pacific Railway began to push westward in 1880, several ranchers and businessmen—Claiborne W. Merchantqv, John Merchant, John N. Simpson, John T. Berry, and S. L. Chalk—met with H. C. Whithers, the Texas and Pacific track and townsite locator, and arranged to have the railroad bypass Buffalo Gap. They agreed that the route would traverse the northern part of the county and consequently their own land, and that a new town would be established between Cedar and Big Elm creeks east of Catclaw Creek. C. W. Merchant apparently suggested the name Abilene, after the Kansas cattle town.

After the Texas and Pacific arrived at the site in January 1881 the railroad promoted Abilene as the "Future Great City of West Texas." J. Stoddard Johnston and other railroad officials platted the townsite. Several hundred people arrived in Abilene before the sale of town lots and began to establish businesses and a church. The lots were auctioned on March 15, 1881; in two days buyers purchased more than 300 lots, and Abilene was officially established. On January 2, 1883, the residents voted to incorporate, and in an election held on October 23, 1883, Abilene became the county seat. By 1890 the city had a population of 3,194; twenty years later the number of residents was 9,204.

In slightly more than 100 years Abilene developed from an almost entirely agricultural economy to a diversified economy based on oil, agriculture, commerce, light manufacturing, and service. World War II was the watershed for the city's growth and economic development. The initial and most obvious drawback to Abilene's economic development was a lack of water, since the normal annual rainfall is only 23.59 inches. The city excavated Lytle Lake (1897), Lake Abilene (1919), Lake Kirby (1927), and Lake Fort Phantom Hill (1937) to assure a municipal water supply. Local farmers were urged to diversify their crops in order to protect both themselves and processors in Abilene from losses due to weather, pests, price fluctuations, and other causes outside their control. The city began holding fairs in 1884 to promote the region's agricultural products. Severe droughts in 1909–10 and 1917–18 and the decline of farm prices in the 1920s and 1930s retarded economic growth.

Since prosperity depended also on adequate transportation, civic leaders vigorously sought additional railroad connections and succeeded when the Abilene and Northern and the Abilene and Southern railroads provided north-south connections in the early twentieth century. Efforts to attract the Santa Fe Railroad to Abilene failed. Internal transportation improved with the establishment of the Abilene Street Railway (called the Abilene Traction Company after 1919), which ran streetcar lines from 1908 to 1931. Abilene Electric Light and Power began operation in 1891; a private telephone service began in 1895. City water and electricity were combined in one firm, Abilene Light and Water Company, in 1905. West Texas Utilities was organized in 1923; the gas operations were acquired by Lone Star Gas.

The modern era began for Abilene, as for the rest of Texas, with World War II. The acquisition of Camp Barkeley, a United States Army post, in 1940 changed the demographic composition, urban landscape, leadership, and outlook of the town. One and one-half million soldiers who spent some time at Barkeley and at the air base at Tye (established in 1943) infused millions of dollars into the local economy. After World War II civic leaders aggressively sought an air force base to maintain the flow of federal dollars, and Congress approved the establishment of Dyess Air Force Base in 1952. In the early 1960s Nike and Atlas missile installations and launching sites were built near the city, but they were phased out within three years.

The oil industry, including the development of exploration, drilling, refining, and oilfield service industries, expanded significantly after World War II. Manufacturing plants increased from 111 in 1979 to 145 in 1982. Parallel expansion occurred in banking, construction, and retail and wholesale business. Service employment expanded dramatically, as it did statewide. Per capita income remained well below the state average until 1950, when figures reflected an 89 percent increase; afterward it approximated the state figure.

In 1986 Abilene had seven commercial radio stations and one public one, three television stations, and two newspapers, including the Abilene Reporter Newsqv, the oldest continuously operated business in the city. Abilene improved its municipal airport in the 1960s and has been served by major carriers and commuter lines.

The population rose from 10,274 to 23,175 between 1920 and 1930. Between 1940 and 1950 it increased from 26,612 to 45,570, and then doubled in the following decade to 90,638. In 1988 the population was 108,157; in 1990 it was 106,654. In 2000 the population grew to 115,930. As in most of West Texas, Anglo-Saxon Protestants predominate in Abilene. Since the first census in 1890, the percentage of whites, including Hispanics, has been 93 percent or above. The 1980 census revealed 6.7 percent black and 12.6 percent Hispanic population.

Although Abilene began its existence as a rowdy frontier town and shipping point, the citizens quickly founded schools and churches. The first class graduated from Abilene High School in 1888. Black children attended a separate school, founded by their parents in 1890, until they were incorporated into the Abilene school district. The Woodson elementary and high schools were built for black students in 1953 but were closed in 1969 in the general movement to integrate schools. A second high school, Cooper High, opened in 1960. In 1986 Abilene had two high schools, five middle schools, and seventeen elementary schools. Early in the twentieth century private schools were established; the longest-lived of these was St. Joseph's Academy, founded by the Sisters of Divine Providence in 1916. St. Joseph's (later called Central Catholic) educated hundreds of students before it closed in the 1960s. The Episcopal Church opened St. John's School in 1950. Abilene sought and acquired a Baptist college, Simmons College (now Hardin-Simmons University), in 1891. Abilene Christian College (now Abilene Christian University) first opened as Childers Classical Institute in 1906. McMurry College, a Methodist school, opened in 1923. Cisco Junior College began offering courses in Abilene in the 1970s.

The dominant religious groups in Abilene have been Baptist, Church of Christ, and Methodist; Presbyterians, Lutherans, Episcopalians, Disciples of Christ, and Catholics have been present in smaller numbers. From the beginning, there was an attempt to tame the frontier and make Abilene a town congenial for rearing families. The initial efforts to abolish saloons were successful in 1903; the city was legally dry until 1978, when a fiercely contested election to legalize the sale of alcoholic beverages barely succeeded. Abilene had already been bracketed by two wet communities—Impact and Buffalo Gap—since the 1960s. Until the 1930s virtually all local charity was conducted by the churches; they sponsored and funded day-care centers and nurseries and programs for elderly citizens, civic improvement, disadvantaged youth, and disaster relief. For decades churches provided the principal arena for women's community involvement. This religious environment has been reinforced by the presence of the three church-related colleges. In 1986 there were over 100 churches in the city.

Cultural interests are reflected in the profusion of dramatic clubs, Chautauqua circles, community bands, and literary guilds. The first social and cultural organization for women was founded in 1883; the City Federation of Women's Clubs dates from 1898. The women's clubs were successful in establishing the Carnegie Library, which opened in 1909. The original building served the city until the 1950s, when it was razed to make way for a new library building. In the 1960s citizens approved bonds for the construction of the Abilene Civic Center and the Taylor County Coliseum. The Abilene Philharmonic Orchestra gave its first concert in 1950. Active little-theater groups, ballet companies, a civic chorus, an art museum, a community band, and an opera association support the fine arts.

In the 1930s Abilenians enjoyed polo and horse and auto racing at Fair Park. In 1946 individuals invested money to fund a professional baseball team, the Abilene Blue Sox. The club, an affiliate of the Brooklyn Dodgers, boasted a .708 winning percentage in 1946. The Blue Sox operated until 1957. In 1981 the LaJet Classic at Fairway Oaks Golf and Racquet Club was added to the PGA tour. Popular recreation areas near Abilene are Fort Phantom Hill Reservoir and Abilene State Park.qqv Abilene has public swimming pools, a zoo, and numerous city parks. The West Texas Fair attracts large crowds to the city annually.

At its incorporation Abilene adopted a mayoral form of government and elected Dan B. Corley first mayor. In 1911 the city changed to a home-rule charter that provided for a mayor, four commissioners, and several city offices. Since 1947 it has had a city-manager form of government. For the last several decades Abilenians have generally favored Republican candidates in national elections.

In 1959 Abilene made extensive improvements to the downtown area. But major population movement in the 1970s and 1980s, spurred by the location of Cooper High School, the Mall of Abilene, and Fairway Oaks, was south toward Buffalo Gap. Most commercial establishments left downtown Abilene. The ruins of Fort Phantom Hill, north of Abilene, and Buffalo Gap Historic Village, south of the city, are the major historic sites nearby.
Fane Downs, ed., The Future Great City of West Texas: Abilene, 1881–1981 (Abilene: Richardson, 1981). Katharyn Duff, Abilene . . . On Catclaw Creek: A Profile of a West Texas Town (Abilene, Texas: Reporter Publishing, 1969). Katharyn Duff and Betty Kay Seibt, Catclaw Country: An Informal History of Abilene in West Texas (Burnet, Texas: Eakin Press, 1980). Paul D. Lack et al., The History of Abilene (Abilene, Texas: McMurry College, 1981). Juanita Daniel Zachry, Abilene (Northridge, California: Windsor, 1986).

Fane Downs, "ABILENE, TX," Handbook of Texas Online, accessed July 13, 2011. Published by the Texas State Historical Association.

Latitude: 32.448736, Longitude: -99.733144


Matches 1 to 39 of 39

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Birth    Person ID 
1 Atwood, A.J.   P5848
2 Atwood, D.E.   P5838
3 Atwood, J.R.   P5854
4 Atwood, J.L.   P5855
5 Atwood, Jimmie Louise  9 Jan 1947Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5849
6 Atwood, J.E.   P5847
7 Atwood, J.K.   P5892
8 Atwood, J.R.   P967
9 Atwood, K.L.   P5891
10 Atwood, K.A.   P10463
11 Atwood, Leslie Eugene  2 Mar 1917Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P971
12 Atwood, S.M.   P5853
13 Atwood, W.J.   P974
14 Atwood, William Russell  3 Oct 1924Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P968
15 Atwood, William Russell Jr.  27 Jan 1944Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5856
16 Atwood, Winson Bailey  18 Oct 1915Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P973
17 Baker, B.D.   P11103
18 Baker, B.W. Jr.   P11105
19 Baker, K.J.   P11104
20 Brown, K.K.   P10151
21 Brown, L.   P10152
22 Brown, R.D.   P10153
23 Brown, Virgil Eugene  4 May 1925Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P10155
24 Brown, Z.C.   P10500
25 Chrane, W.J.   P5894
26 Frazier, Clint Odis  26 Feb 1927Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P10154
27 Grant, Gay Frances  13 May 1946Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P10464
28 Hampton, Sherry Lynn  7 Aug 1946Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5888
29 Hampton, Sondra Sue  7 Aug 1942Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5889
30 Hanson, Bessie Faye  27 Jun 1915Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P15586
31 Hanson, Myrtle C. Jr.  19 Jan 1928Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P15587
32 Kramer, Chris Edward  21 Aug 1956Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P16148
33 Ligon, Lewis Preston Jr.  8 Oct 1898Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P1742
34 Miles, Ora Catherine  29 Sept 1927Abilene, Taylor County, Texas I884
35 Shores, Bobbie Lou  20 Aug 1925Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P6746
36 Sturgill, C.J.   P10492
37 Willis, C.J.   P5997
38 Yost, A.L.   P10466
39 Yost, M.A.   P10465


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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Died    Person ID 
1 Arnold, Emma  17 Nov 1986Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P975
2 Atwood, Ben Russell  11 Nov 1978Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5908
3 Atwood, Bonnie Lois  27 Mar 1965Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P6
4 Atwood, Columbus Eugene  15 Dec 1963Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P253
5 Atwood, Edgar Claude  23 Feb 1960Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P247
6 Atwood, Flossie Oneta  11 Feb 2007Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5915
7 Atwood, Freddie Mae  25 July 1960Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2706
8 Atwood, Glen L.  10 Feb 1970Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P242
9 Atwood, John Windel  14 May 1988Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2709
10 Atwood, Mark William  22 Jan 1991Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5883
11 Atwood, Maurice Havins  22 Jan 1995Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P243
12 Atwood, Neil Vernon  8 Nov 2001Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P244
13 Atwood, Sue Dell  1 Jan 1986Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2710
14 Atwood, William Russell  12 Mar 1994Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P968
15 Atwood, Winson Bailey  27 Aug 1984Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P973
16 Austin, William Thomas  11 Aug 1950Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P10160
17 Barr, Chester Wilburn  13 Feb 1964Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2728
18 Barton, Homer David  18 Apr 1969Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P1747
19 Breeding, Veda Pearl  24 Feb 2006Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P982
20 Brown, Virgil Eugene  10 Mar 1978Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P10155
21 Copeland, Alton Dale  29 Dec 2010Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P16789
22 Cross, Sylvia Beatrice  20 Apr 2011Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5893
23 Cunningham, Erie Palestine  17 Jul 1914Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2702
24 Curbo, John Wylie or Wiley  28 Feb 1938Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P4255
25 Edwards, Ola Etna  19 Jul 1971Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2143
26 Fore, Anna Mitte  25 Jan 1953Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5917
27 Frazier, Clint Odis  19 Sept 2010Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P10154
28 Gladden, Willie Adeline  28 Feb 1963Abilene, Taylor County, Texas  P11824
29 Gwin, Ernest Warren  2 Feb 1973Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P10174
30 Gwin, Gordon Andrew  14 Dec 1961Abilene, Taylor County, Texas I43
31 Ham, Lelah Selestice or Celeste  26 Sept 1936Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2133
32 Ham, Thelma A.  30 Aug 1970Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P194
33 Hampton, Sherry Lynn  22 Dec 1954Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5888
34 Hanson, Myrtle C. Jr.  19 Jan 1928Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P15587
35 Irvin, Loma Kee  15 Jul 1989Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P9759
36 Kramer, Chris Edward  26 Jan 1977Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P16148
37 Lovell, Albert Clay  10 Feb 2006Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P10189
38 McCall, Eva Nell Fostine  3 Jan 2004Abilene, Taylor County, Texas  P5857
39 Minica, Oliver Bud  29 Jan 1987Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P6610
40 Nichols, Tolbert Theadore  20 Dec 1984Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P9780
41 Payne, William Austin  6 Jan 1975Abilene, Taylor County, Texas I538
42 Poindexter, Thomas Newton  25 May 1963Abilene, Taylor County, Texas  P1748
43 Roberson, Jerroed Vaughn  21 Sept 2003Abilene, Taylor County, Texas I42
44 Roberson, John Alfred  4 Apr 1951Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P10168
45 Rogers, James Ruby  15 Dec 1960Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P278
46 Rogers, John Curtis  20 Jun 1969Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P909
47 Rogers, Lila Ruth  11 Jan 1984Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P279
48 Rogers, William Herbert  31 Jul 1973Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P277
49 Spencer, Nancy Catherine  22 Dec 1951Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P899
50 Straley, Freida Corrine  5 Apr 1975Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2720

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Matches 1 to 18 of 18

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Buried    Person ID 
1 Arnold, Eunice Mae  After 3 Apr 1988Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2714
2 Atwood, Edgar Claude  24 Feb 1960Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P247
3 Atwood, Freddie Mae  26 Jul 1960Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2706
4 Atwood, Jimmie Louise  Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5849
5 Atwood, John Windel  After 14 May 1988Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2709
6 Atwood, Margaret P.  After 1 Jul 1998Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2711
7 Atwood, Sue Dell  After 1 Jan 1986Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2710
8 Cross, Sylvia Beatrice  23 Apr 2011Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5893
9 Cunningham, Erie Palestine  Aft 17 Jul 1914Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2702
10 Curbo, John Wylie or Wiley  Mar 1938Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P4255
11 Ham, Lelah Selestice or Celeste  27 Sept 1936Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2133
12 Hampton, Linuel Harmon  After 3 Sep 1984Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5890
13 Hampton, Sherry Lynn  After 22 Dec 1954Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5888
14 Hampton, Sondra Sue  After 8 Jan 1976Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5889
15 Hanson, Myrtle C. Jr.  Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P15587
16 Hanson, Myrtle C.  10 Mar 1929Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P15588
17 Rinehart, Harold Charles  24 Jul 1995Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5887
18 Sublett, John Thomas  Aft 19 Apr 1975Abilene, Taylor County, Texas I871


Matches 1 to 2 of 2

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Arrival    Person ID 
1 Atwood, Glen L.  1948Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P242
2 Atwood, Rosa Lee  1944Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P252


Matches 1 to 16 of 16

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Census    Person ID 
1 Atwood, Elizabeth Manda  1 Apr 1940Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P248
2 Atwood, Leslie Eugene  1 Apr 1940Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P971
3 Atwood, S.D.   P5839
4 Bailey, Ara Ola  1930Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5840
5 Bailey, Ara Ola  1 Apr 1940Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P5840
6 Bartz, Gilbert Godred  1940Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P10130
7 Cunningham, Erie Palestine  1900Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2702
8 Gauerke, Hallie P.  1930Abilene, Taylor County, Texas I935
9 Ham, Lelah Selestice or Celeste  1930Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2133
10 Hanson, Bessie Faye  1930Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P15586
11 Hanson, Lessie May  1930Abilene, Taylor County, Texas I6
12 Jackson, T.C.   P10132
13 Jones, Flora Louise  1 Apr 1940Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2734
14 Jones, Walker Ellison  1 Apr 1940Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2736
15 Ligon, Lewis Preston Jr.  1900Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P1742
16 Ligon, Lewis Preston  1900Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2703


Matches 1 to 1 of 1

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Education    Person ID 
1 Sublett, John Thomas  1946Abilene, Taylor County, Texas I871


Matches 1 to 1 of 1

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Graduation    Person ID 
1 Frazier, Clint Odis  1944Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P10154


Matches 1 to 6 of 6

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Military    Person ID 
1 Atwood, John Windel  13 Jul 1943Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2709
2 Curbow, Gene Oliver  Aug 1951Abilene, Taylor County, Texas  P63
3 Minica, Jessie J.  5 Sept 1942Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P3163
4 Poindexter, James Robert  22 Oct 1942Abilene, Taylor County, Texas I504
5 Zimmerle, Milton Pete  25 Nov 1940Abilene, Taylor County, Texas  P6016
6 Zimmerle, W.M.   P6740

Newspaper Event

Matches 1 to 1 of 1

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Newspaper Event    Person ID 
1 Barton, Homer David  11 Jul 1945Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P1747


Matches 1 to 50 of 131

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   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Residence    Person ID 
1 Arnold, Emma  1958Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P975
2 Arnold, Emma  1960Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P975
3 Arnold, Emma  1961Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P975
4 Arnold, Emma  1962Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P975
5 Arnold, Emma  1963Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P975
6 Arnold, Emma  1965Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P975
7 Arnold, Emma  1966Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P975
8 Arnold, Emma  1967Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P975
9 Arnold, Emma  1968Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P975
10 Arnold, Eunice Mae  1960Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2714
11 Arnold, Eunice Mae  1961Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2714
12 Arnold, Eunice Mae  1962Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2714
13 Arnold, Eunice Mae  1963Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2714
14 Atwood, Columbus Eugene  1958Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P253
15 Atwood, Columbus Eugene  1960Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P253
16 Atwood, Columbus Eugene  1961Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P253
17 Atwood, Columbus Eugene  1962Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P253
18 Atwood, Columbus Eugene  1963Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P253
19 Atwood, Edgar Claude  1960Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P247
20 Atwood, Glen L.  1951Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P242
21 Atwood, Glen L.  1955Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P242
22 Atwood, Glen L.  1957Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P242
23 Atwood, Glen L.  1958Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P242
24 Atwood, Glen L.  1960Abilene, Taylor County, Texas  P242
25 Atwood, Glen L.  1961Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P242
26 Atwood, Glen L.  1962Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P242
27 Atwood, Glen L.  1963Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P242
28 Atwood, Glen L.  1965Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P242
29 Atwood, Glen L.  1966Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P242
30 Atwood, Glen L.  1967Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P242
31 Atwood, Glen L.  1968Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P242
32 Atwood, James Audrey  1957Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P969
33 Atwood, James Audrey  1958Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P969
34 Atwood, James Audrey  1960Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P969
35 Atwood, James Audrey  1961Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P969
36 Atwood, James Audrey  1962Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P969
37 Atwood, James Audrey  1963Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P969
38 Atwood, James Audrey  1965Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P969
39 Atwood, J.R.   P5854
40 Atwood, J.R.   P5854
41 Atwood, J.R.   P5854
42 Atwood, J.R.   P5854
43 Atwood, John Ashford  1921Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P250
44 Atwood, J.R.   P967
45 Atwood, John Windel  1951Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2709
46 Atwood, John Windel  1953Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2709
47 Atwood, John Windel  1955Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2709
48 Atwood, John Windel  1957Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2709
49 Atwood, John Windel  1958Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2709
50 Atwood, John Windel  1960Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P2709

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Matches 1 to 2 of 2

   Last Name, Given Name(s)    Travel    Person ID 
1 Arnold, Ollie Estelle  24 Apr 1927Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P1362
2 Grantham, Ira  20 Mar 1927Abilene, Taylor County, Texas P330


Matches 1 to 19 of 19

   Family    Married    Family ID 
1 Atwood / Chrane   F1293
2 Atwood / Grant   F2440
3 Atwood / Jackson   F1295
4 Atwood / Jackson   F2335
5 Atwood / Payne   F1280
6 Bartz / Jones  6 Nov 1938Abilene, Taylor County, Texas F2334
7 Bennett / Atwood   F1317
8 Brown / Atwood  5 Apr 1947Abilene, Taylor County, Texas F2455
9 Brown / Perin  23 Nov 1977Abilene, Taylor County, Texas  F6942
10 Brown / Squires   F2459
11 Frazier / Atwood  5 Feb 1971Abilene, Taylor County, Texas F2456
12 Johnson / Rogers   F3377
13 Keith / Atwood   F173
14 Langley / Atwood  5 Jan 1935Abilene, Taylor County, Texas F1283
15 Roberson / Wade  24 Mar 1941Abilene, Taylor County, Texas F7374
16 Straley / Atwood  2 Jan 1909Abilene, Taylor County, Texas F2328
17 Sturgill / Atwood   F2601
18 Thompson / Atwood   F2603
19 Yost / Atwood   F2588