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  Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis
 Decade: 2000-2009
[Family Grave Marker of Thomas L. Willis]

[Family Grave Marker of Thomas L. Willis]

Date: May 22, 2006
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of the family grave marker of Dr. Thomas L. Willis, located in the IOOF Cemetery in Denton, TX. It reads: "Thomas L. Willis, M.D., D.D.S., June 27, 1824 - Mar. 31, 1889. Letitia Barnett Hutchison Willis, Dec. 8, 1828 - Jan. 23, 1925. John P. Willis, Nov. 4, 1864 - Nov. 2, 1884."
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis
[Grave Markers of Frances Willis Pierson]

[Grave Markers of Frances Willis Pierson]

Date: January 31, 2000
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of the grave marker of Frances Willis Pierson, located at the Baptist Rest Cemetery in Brundidge, Alabama. It reads: "Frances Willis, wife of T. J. Pierson, born May 1, 1817, died June 22, 1888."
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis
[Photograph of James Davis House]

[Photograph of James Davis House]

Date: 2009
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of the James F. Davis home in East Waco. It was built in the 1850s by James F. Davis (Oct. 21, 1823-Oct. 22, 1885), a pioneer attorney and judge in McLennan County. The historic house has been used as a rectory for the St. John the Baptist (St. John’s) Catholic Church at 1312 Dallas Street in East Waco. The house is made of pink sand brick. Trees are all around the structure.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis
[Photograph of James Davis House]

[Photograph of James Davis House]

Date: 2009
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of the James F. Davis home in East Waco. It was built in the 1850s by James F. Davis (Oct. 21, 1823-Oct. 22, 1885), a pioneer attorney and judge in McLennan County. The historic house has been used as a rectory for the St. John the Baptist (St. John’s) Catholic Church at 1312 Dallas Street in East Waco. The house is made of pink sand brick. White columns support an overhang above the porch. Trees are all around the structure.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis
[Photograph of James Davis House]

[Photograph of James Davis House]

Date: 2009
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of the James F. Davis home in East Waco. It was built in the 1850s by James F. Davis (Oct. 21, 1823-Oct. 22, 1885), a pioneer attorney and judge in McLennan County. The historic house has been used as a rectory for the St. John the Baptist (St. John’s) Catholic Church at 1312 Dallas Street in East Waco. The house is made of pink sand brick. The leaves of trees obscure much of the structure.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis
[Photograph of James Davis House]

[Photograph of James Davis House]

Date: 2009
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of the James F. Davis home in East Waco. It was built in the 1850s by James F. Davis (Oct. 21, 1823-Oct. 22, 1885), a pioneer attorney and judge in McLennan County. The historic house has been used as a rectory for the St. John the Baptist (St. John’s) Catholic Church at 1312 Dallas Street in East Waco. The house is made of pink sand brick. It features a window to the left, and a chimney above it on the roof.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis
[Photograph of James Davis House]

[Photograph of James Davis House]

Date: 2009
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of the James F. Davis home in East Waco. It was built in the 1850s by James F. Davis (Oct. 21, 1823-Oct. 22, 1885), a pioneer attorney and judge in McLennan County. The historic house has been used as a rectory for the St. John the Baptist (St. John’s) Catholic Church at 1312 Dallas Street in East Waco. The house is made of pink sand brick.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis
[Photograph of James Davis House]

[Photograph of James Davis House]

Date: 2009
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of the James F. Davis home in East Waco. It was built in the 1850s by James F. Davis (Oct. 21, 1823-Oct. 22, 1885), a pioneer attorney and judge in McLennan County. The historic house has been used as a rectory for the St. John the Baptist (St. John’s) Catholic Church at 1312 Dallas Street in East Waco. The house is made of pink sand brick. There are trees around the building.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis
[Photograph of James Davis House]

[Photograph of James Davis House]

Date: 2009
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of the James F. Davis home in East Waco. It was built in the 1850s by James F. Davis (Oct. 21, 1823-Oct. 22, 1885), a pioneer attorney and judge in McLennan County. The historic house has been used as a rectory for the St. John the Baptist (St. John’s) Catholic Church at 1312 Dallas Street in East Waco. The house is made of pink sand brick. White columns support an overhang above the porch. Trees are all around the structure.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis
[Photograph of James Davis House]

[Photograph of James Davis House]

Date: 2009
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford
Description: Photograph of the James F. Davis home in East Waco. It was built in the 1850s by James F. Davis (Oct. 21, 1823-Oct. 22, 1885), a pioneer attorney and judge in McLennan County. The historic house has been used as a rectory for the St. John the Baptist (St. John’s) Catholic Church at 1312 Dallas Street in East Waco. The house is made of pink sand brick. There are trees around the single-story building. White columns support an overhang above the porch. Trees are all around the structure.
Contributing Partner: Private Collection of T. B. Willis
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