Private Collection of T. B. Willis - 21 Matching Results

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[Family Grave Marker of Thomas L. Willis]

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."
Date: May 22, 2006
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford

[Funeral Notice for Thomas L. Willis]

Description: Funeral notice for Thomas L. Willis, which reads: "Funeral Notice. The friends and acquaintances of the late DR. T. L. WILLIS are requested to attend his funeral from the family residence at 4 o'clock this evening, interrment [sic] at Odd Fellows' Cemetery. Services will be conducted by Rev. Mr. Chalk at the grave. Denton, Texas, Monday, April 1, 1889."
Date: April 1, 1889

[Jessie Elizabeth Willis at the Age of 12]

Description: Photograph of Jessie Elizabeth "Bettie" Willis, at age 12. She is the daughter of Letitia Barnett Hutchison Willis and Dr. Thomas L. Willis. She later married John R. Rabb in Denton County, TX. She stands next to a chair, resting her hand on its arm. She wears a black dress with a white collar. The photograph has been hand colored.
Date: [1873..1874]

[Photograph of John P. Willis]

Description: Photograph of John P. Willis, made in Denton, Texas. He wears a suit, and stands with one hand holding a candle holder on a table. There is a painted background behind him, and a small fake dog has been placed slightly behind him.
Date: [1864..1874]
Creator: Weatherington, G. R.

[Photograph of Stallings House]

Description: Photograph of "Aunt Tiny and Uncle Jess Stallings House" on West Sycamore Street in Denton, Texas. The house is two stories with a fence surrounding it. Jesse Lane Stallings and Tinnie Luella McKinney Stallings are buried in Roselawn Memorial Park in Denton, Texas.
Date: unknown

[Texas Historical Commission Marker: Thomas Middlebrook Willis (June 27, 1859 - November 27, 1937)]

Description: Photograph of the Texas Historical Commission marker for Thomas Middlebrook Willis (June 27, 1859 - November 27, 1937) in Abilene, Texas. Text: Born in Bainbridge, Georgia, Thomas Middlebrook Willis was an important early leader in Abilene. Willis moved to Waco, Texas with his parents, Dr. Thomas L. and Mrs. Letitia Willis, in 1866. T. M. Willis first came to this area in 1878 to investigate range possibilities. In 1883, after graduating from the law school of Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee, he moved here and established a practice. In 1886, Willis married Abilene resident Sallie Parker (1865 - 1954); the couple had eight children. Also in 1886, he was elected city attorney. Willis later also served as city judge. In 1937, the Abilene Reporter-News honored him, among others, as one of the city's founders.
Date: 2009
Creator: Willis, T. Bradford