Pool Cemetery

AKA Union Grove Cemetery

Montgomery County Texas


From Conroe take Hwy 105 West to Montgomery turn on Hwy 149 north to Union Grove Baptist Church.

This cemetery has not been transcribed since 1978.

For lookups from any of the cemeteries books, click here.


For photos of tombstones, click here.

You may list me as a genealogy contact for those buried in the Pool Cemetery. Most are descendants of Aaron Burr Pool and his four wives. A private web site for the Pool/Little/Becker/Myers family histories and one for the family photographic archive is available to registered family members.
If you need additional information, please contact me.
Ray Chancellor
(Aaron Burr Pool's grandson)


My mother (Turner/lang), grandparents (Turner/Gregg) and great grandparents (Turner/Hemphill) Gregg/Carlisle) are buried in Pool.  Betty@elc.net

These names were submitted by researchers, however the emails they gave are now bad.  Click here for check these family names.

Carlile (Carlisle), Gregg, Stovall


Obits submitted by Betty

MAY 1987
Funeral services for Kimberly L. "Kim" Brown, 16, of Conroe will be held in Cashner Colonial Chapel at 10 a.m. Thursday, May 28, 1987, with the Rev. Edward H. May officiating.  Interment will be in Union Grove (Poole/Pool) Cemetery with Cashner Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.  Kim was born at Houston on March 1, 1971 and passed away in a Houston Hospital, Tuesday, May 26, 1987.  She was a member of Grace Baptist Church and was a sophomore student at Conroe High School.  Survivors:  parents, Roy and Mary Brown of Conroe; brother,  Andy Brown of Conroe; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Brown, Mrs. Marie Golding and the late J. W. Golding of Conroe; great grandmother, Rose Turner of Conroe; several aunts, uncles, and other relatives.*****


Conroe Courier
July 1998
Graveside services for Martin H. Brown will be held Wednesday, July 29, 1998 at 10 a.m., at Pool Cemetery with the Rev. Mark Fuller officiating.  Cashner Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.  Mr. Brown was born in Angelina County, Texas Jan. 2, 1909 and passed away in Conroe July 27, 1998.  Mr. Brown retired from I.A.T.S.E. Local 279.  Mr. Brown was preceded in death by his daughter, Faye Spears, and his granddaughter, Kimberly Brown.  He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Daisy Mae Brown; sons, Roy Brown and wife, Mary and Wayne Brown; sisters, Jimmie Tidmore and Faye Galvin; grandchildren, Jack Spears, Stuart Spears, Cindy Hunley, Mark Spears, Treschelle Brown, Andy Brown, Gary Brown and his wife, Lisa, Tara Brown and Lacey Brown; six great grandchildren; mother-in-law, Rosie Turner.  numerous nieces and nephews also survive.*****


Born: July 3, 1918 Montgomery County, TX
Passed away: April 1, 1985, Conroe, Montgomery County, TX
Services 2:00 P.M. Wednesday April 3, 1985
Graveside Union Grove (POOL) Cemetery
Survivors:  Emma Plowman of La Marque, Barbara Freeland of Houston, Sharon Whitehead of Broaddus, and Vickie Chapa of Houston.  Sisters: Dovie Foster of Lufkin and Helen Hayes of Henderson.  Brother: Jake Stovall of Polk Co, TX.  Fourteen grandchildren and four great grandchildren also survive.
Officiating Rev. Bob Cooper
Final resting place: Union Grove Cemetery
Pallbearers: David Veach, Jim Turner, Roy Brown, Willy Veach, Gerald Riley and Wayne Brown
Metcalf Funeral Directors 1401 North Frazier
Conroe, TX 77305 *****


Mrs. Texana M. Gray, better known as "Grandma", passed away January 28, 1943, at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Pearl Gregg at Conroe.
"Grandma's" death came at 10:30 in the morning after long years of suffering.
"Grandma" fell May 12, 1938 and broke her hip and received an injury to her back which confined her to her bed for four years, eight months and eight days until death came to relieve her suffering.  "Grandma" bore her cross with patience and was never heard to complain.
Grandma Gray was born December 20, 1858, in La Grange, Fayette County, Texas, and had lived in Montgomery County for the past thirty-two years. She became a member of the Methodist Church at the age of 22 and was a faithful worker in her church.
Funeral services were held at the Pool Church near Richards, Texas, Saturday, January 30, 1943, at 2:30 P.M. with Rev. E. S. Breowner of Richards officiating.
Interment was made in the Pool Cemetery with funeral arrangements under the direction of Metcalf Funeral Home.
Pallbearers were David Stovall, George Baseke, Henry Brooks, and J. G. Gregg.
Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Pearl Gregg of Conroe, Route 2, and Mrs. Dora Stovall, a niece who "Grandma" raised as her own daughter.  Seven Grandchildren and seven great grandchildren and seven nieces and nephews also survive.  They were all present for the funeral except her oldest grandson, Bill Gregg, who is serving in the United States Army at Fort Bliss in El Paso.*****


Conroe, Texas
Born: November 3, 1897 Richards, Texas
Died: August 22, 1954 Austin, Texas
Services in Metcalf Chapel, Tuesday, August 24, at 1:00 P.M.,  Rev. Jimmie F. Robinson officiating, with interment in the Pool Cemetery, near Richards.  Body will rest at Metcalf Funeral Home, 1401 N. Frazier.
Two sons, H. J. Gregg of Ft. Worth and Lloyd Gregg of Houston; one daughter, Mrs. Mayola Wallace of Houston; two brothers, Will Gregg of Conroe, Quincy Gregg of Normangee; four sisters, Mrs. Jessie Stovall of Lufkin, Mrs. J. W. DeHay of Ganado, Mrs. Jim Nobles of Navasota, Mrs. Lizzie Williams of Houston; also eight grandchildren.
Curtis Quarles, Charles Gregg, J. G. Gregg,  George Baseke Jr., Bobby Pinkston, and Bill Turner *****
Notes: John Henry Gregg was married to Ida Ethel Page


Funeral service for Willie Tilman Gregg, 74 of Conroe, will be held in the Metcalf Chapel of the Pines Thursday, Oct. 7, 1965 at 2 P.M. with Rev G. M. Coe officiating.
Interment will follow in the Union Grove Cemetery with funeral arrangements under the direction of Metcalf Funeral Directors.
Mr. Gregg was a life long resident of Montgomery County.  He was born in Montgomery County, July 9, 1891 and died Oct 5, 1965.  He was a member of Union Grove Baptist Church.
He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Pearl A. Gregg of Conroe; four daughters, Mrs. Bertha Baseke of Conroe; Mrs. Verdell Spinks of Alvin; Mrs. Odell Brooks of Edna; Mrs. Elizabeth Kelley of Conroe; three sons,  Bill & J. G. Gregg of Alvin, Texas and Charles M. Gregg of Conroe; one brother N. G. Gregg of Normangee, Texas , one sister Mrs. Jessie Stovall of Lufkin, 18 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren.  Pallbearers will be grandsons. *****


William O. "Bobby" Lang
Funeral services for William O. "Bobby" Lang, 72, of Conroe will be held on Saturday, July 16, 2005 at 12:30 p.m. in Cashner Colonial Chapel with Pastor Robert Buchanan officiating. Interment will follow at 2:30 p.m. in Union Grove Cemetery. Visitation is scheduled for Friday, July 15, 2005 from 5 to 9 p.m. in Cashner Funeral Home. Mr. Lang was born on Dec. 16, 1932 in Montgomery, Texas and passed away on July 13, 2005 in Conroe, Texas. He was a member of Mt. Calvary Baptist Church. He is survived by his wife of 52 years, Hazel Lang of Conroe; daughter, Darlene Leathers and husband Don of Hughes Springs; sons, Michael and Kenneth Lang, both of Conroe; sister, Betty Walker and husband Ed of Altair; grandchildren, Brady Leathers of Forrest City, Ark., Brandon Leathers of Red Water, Jason Lang and wife Melissa of Madisonville and Maria Angel Colburn of Houston; two great-grandsons; two great-granddaughters; nieces, Sandi Walker of Montgomery and Sharon Anderson of Cedar Park. Numerous other loving extended family and friends also survive. Pallbearers will be Craig Young, Brent Young, George Miers, Jason Lang, Chad Baylor, and Dale Hock. Honorary pallbearers are Brady Leathers and Larry Young. You are invited to leave a written tribute for the family on our website at www.cashnerfunerals.com.



Funeral Services for JOY M. HAM MONTGOMERY, 84, of Richards, Texas will be held at 2:00 P.M., Monday, March 24, 2003, at Richards Baptist Church in Richards, Texas with Rev. Bob Berry and Rev. Troy Winslett officiating.  Interment will be at Union Grove (POOL) Cemetery with Metcalf Funeral Directors in charge of arrangements.  Visitation will be 5:00-8:00 P.M., Sunday, March 23, 2003, at Metcalf Funeral Home.  Mrs. Montgomery was born May 25, 1918, in Huntsville, Texas and passed away March 20, 2003, in Bryan, Texas.  Like her husband, J. T. Montgomery, former principal of Conroe High School, Joy M. Ham Montgomery was a career school teacher in Conroe.  In her early retired years in Richards, Texas she was active in church work and historical and genealogical research.  In her later years, after suffering a debilitation stroke, she showed her true grit, perseverance and determination by slowly learning how to read again.  She then went on to read the Bible through seven times, an accomplishment she cherished and we all admired.  For Joy Montgomery, having Christian faith and a great circle of friends and family was her life.  She was a great listener and always had a friendly, loving smile and warm hug for everyone she met.  She will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved her and will forever be in our hearts.  She is preceded in death by her husband, J. T. Montgomery and sister, Juanita Winslett.  She is survived by her son, Dr. Robin Montgomery and wife Beverly of Richards, TX; sisters, Louise Sandel of Huntsville, Lucille Mann of Conroe and Mary Jewel Mills of Houston; brother, COL. Clarence Ham Juanita of Austin; grandchildren, MAJ. Rosanna Dolphin of Montgomery, TX, Joy Renee Montgomery of Huntsville, TX, Jim Montgomery of Conroe, TX, and Teresa Leach of Richards, TX; 11 great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren.  Pallbearers are Roy Harris, Henry Harris, Landon Mitchell, Gary Winslett, and Donny Long.*****
San Jacinto 14659 East Freeway 713 453-7114
Notes:  Joy was the daughter of Edgar Brown Ham and Rosa Lillian Haymon Ham





Obit of my Mother

The Conroe Courier
January 15, 2002
Funeral services for Lula Bell Lang Quarles,84, of Conroe, Texas, will be held Thursday, January 17, 2002, at 10 a. m.  in Cashner Colonial Chapel with Brother Ray Hyden officiating.  Interment will follow in Pool Cemetery, next to Union Grove Baptist Church with Cashner Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.  Mrs. Quarles was born December 7, 1917, on the "Old Gentry Place", which is 7 miles north of Montgomery, Texas to Luther "Lue" Isaac Turner and Sarah Lula Gregg Turner.  She passed away January 13, 2002 in Conroe Medical Center due to a stroke suffered on December 23, 2001.  She was a Baptist.  Mrs. Quarles worked many years in the cafeteria at CISD and retired in 1988.  She continued to be active with her hand made crafts, tending her flower and vegetable garden and to her chickens.  She loved to can her fruits and vegetables and share them with family and friends.  She will be truly missed by so many.  Mrs. Quarles was the great granddaughter of Samuel and Emily Midkiff Turner who settled in the new Republic of Texas in 1837 and the granddaughter of William Cecil and Emily Jane Hemphill Turner and Hiram John and LaVonia Carlisle Gregg, early settlers of Montgomery County, Texas.  Mrs. Quarles was preceded in death by her parents, stepmother, Rose Turner; sisters, Nina Evaloria Turner and Lois Lorraine Turner and brother, William Norris "Bill" Turner.  She is survived by her husband of 63 years, Oscar Curtis Quarles of Conroe, Texas; son, William O. "Bobby" Lang and wife, Hazel Baylor Lang of Conroe; daughter, Betty Lang Walker and husband, Ed of Cuero, Texas; grandsons, Michael Lang, Kenneth Lang of Conroe, Texas; granddaughters, Darlene Lang Leathers and husband Don of Maud, Texas; Sandra Walker of Spring, Texas; Sharon Walker Anderson and husband, David of Cedar Park, Texas; great-grandsons, Jason Lang and wife, Melissa of Madisonville, Texas; Brady and Brandon Leathers of Maud, Texas; great-granddaughters, Maria "Ria" Winter of The Woodlands, Amanda, Emily and Alexandra Anderson of Cedar Park, Texas; great-great-granddaughter, Stormy Lang of Madisonville, Texas; her beloved sister, Mae "Daisy" Brown of Conroe, Texas; sister-in-law, Willie Lee Turner of Conroe, Texas; special nephews Roy and Wayne Brown of Conroe, Texas and many other nephews, nieces, and friends also survive.  Pallbearers include Roy Brown, Wayne Brown and Kenneth Lang all of Conroe, Texas; Jason Lang of Madisonville, Texas and Brady Leathers and Brandon Leathers both of Maud, Texas.  Honorary pallbearers include Andy Brown and Michael Lang.*****


The Conroe Courier
January 15, 2003
Funeral services for Oscar Curtis Quarles will be held on Thursday, Jan. 16, 2003 at 10 a.m. in Cashner Colonial Chapel with Pastor Ray Hyden officiating.  Interment will follow at Pool Cemetery at Union Grove Baptist Church in Montgomery, Texas.  Visitation is scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2003 from 6 p. m. to 9 p. m. at Cashner Funeral Home.  Mr. Quarles was born on Nov. 24, 1913 in Groveton, Texas to Oscar Phillip and Henrietta Redden Quarles and passed away in the Willis Convalescent Nursing Home on Sunday, Jan. 12, 2003 at the age of 89.  As a youth, he lived in the Fairbanks, Texas area working on a dairy farm and sharing his early years with his cousin Tommy Jefferson.  During World War II he worked at the Naval Base as a civilian mechanic in Galveston and at the shipyards in Houston doing his part to support our country by helping to build ships.  Mr. Quarles retired in 1973 after working many years in various garages in Conroe as an auto mechanic.  He lived in Conroe over 70 years and was a member of Grace Baptist Church at Beach, Texas for many years.  His father, Oscar Phillip Quarles; infant sister, Martha Quarles; mother, Henrietta Redden Poston and stepfather, Charlie Poston; and his wife of 63 years, Lula Bell Turner Lang Quarles, preceded him in death.  He is survived by his stepson, William O. "Bobby" Lang and wife, Hazel of Conroe; stepdaughter, Betty Lang Walker and husband, Ed of Altair, Texas; cousins, Tommy Jefferson and wife Peggy of Lufkin, Aileen Redden Ratcliffe, and Rudy Redden and wife Marie of Conroe.  Five step-grandchildren, seven step-great-grandchildren and one step-great-great granddaughter also survive.  Pallbearers include Ed Walker, Roy Brown, Wayne Brown, Mike Lang, Jason Lang, and Andy Brown.***** (Betty's stepfather)



1804 6TH
OCTOBER 19, 1957
Mrs. Ada Ann Stovall, 74, of 1804 6th Street, Galena Park, Texas died Saturday morning in a Houston hospital.  Survivors:  Husband, W. E. Stovall, Galena Park; sons Clifford C. Stovall, Bailey M. Stovall, Charles L. Stovall all of Houston; daughters Mrs. Esther Lee Sims, Galena Park, Mrs. T. J. Peel, Montgomery, Texas, Mrs. Frankie Stevens, Mrs. Jimmie Stulken both of Houston; brothers, J.A. Williams, Bryan, B.B. Williams, Montgomery, Texas, N.D. Williams, E. L. Williams, both of Houston; sisters, Mrs. T.H. Lee, Richards, Texas, Mrs. G. C. Cauthon, Highlands; 14 grandchildren, nine great-grandchildren, number of nieces and nephews.  Burial 3 p.m. Sunday, Union Grove Baptist Church, Richards, Texas, with Rev Williams, Conroe,  officiating. burial in Union Grove  (Pool ) Cemetery.  Howard Funeral Home, OR-2-9431
Authors note: Union Grove Baptist Church and Pool Cemetery are located in Montgomery County, Texas. 
A granddaughter of Ada Ann told me that her name was ADA ANN MIRANDA MISSOURI ELIZABETH WILLIAMS STOVALL and that she made all her grandchildren learn her entire name!  Ada Ann was born 1883.
MARCH 24, 1963
Funeral services for David Stovall, age 77 of Cuero, Texas, were held at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, March 24, 1963 at the Union Grove Baptist Church.  The body will rest in the Union Grove (Pool) Cemetery, Metcalf Funeral directors in charge.
Mr. Stovall, a resident of Cuero, Texas for the past 20 years, was a former resident of Richards and Grimes county.  His death occurred Friday, March 22, after Mr. Stovall was stricken with a heart attack while fishing.  He was pronounced dead on arrival at a Cuero Hospital.
Survivors include wife, Mrs. Dora Stovall of Cuero; one daughter, Mrs. Jewel D. Adcock, of Cuero; brother, Bennett Stovall, of Houston; sister, Mrs. M. a. Morris, of Richards, and Mrs. Emma Madry of Big Spring.



Funeral services for Mrs. Susan Jessie Stovall, 81 of Lufkin, Texas were held today at 1 p.m. in Metcalf Chapel of the Pines, and burial followed in Union Grove Cemetery (Pool Cemetery).
Mrs. Stovall was a native of Montgomery County, and died Monday in Henderson, Texas.  She was a member of the Baptist Church, and a former resident of Montgomery County, but had been living in the Lufkin area for the past 14 years.
Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Lola Carter of Houston, Mrs. V.R. Cayton of Galena Park, Mrs. Jessie J. Foster of Lufkin and Mrs. Helen Hayes of Kilgore; one son, Jack Stovall of Livingston; 20 grandchildren; 41 great grandchildren; and two great-great grandchildren.
Mrs. Stovall was born 24 Oct 1888 in Richards, Texas and died 27 April 1970.  Her husband was Joseph Edward Stovall, who died 1931


Rt. 3
Conroe, Tx 
April 21 1960
Funeral services will be conducted at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, April 23, in the chapel of the Metcalf Funeral Home for John Henry Stovall, a 25 year resident of Dobbin, and Montgomery County.  Leonard Gunter, a minister of the Church of Christ of Conroe will officiate, with interment in the Union Grove Cemetery (Pool Cemetery) under the direction of the Metcalf Funeral Home.
Mr. Stovall was born January 17, 1891 near Madisonville, and moved to Montgomery County soon after, where he lived through his childhood.  Mr. Stovall passed away, April 21, at his residence on the Airport Road after a lengthy illness.  Mr. Stovall was a retired oilfield worker and a member of the Church of Christ.
He served as constable of Dobbin for many years.
Survivors include one son, David B. Stovall, of Houston; one daughter, Mrs. C. C. Clark, Sr. of Humble; two brothers, B. J. Stovall, of Houston, D. C. Stovall of Cuero; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Madry, of Big Springs; ;Mrs. Gertrude Morris, of Richards; six grandchildren; four great-grandchildren and a number of nieces and nephews.    


55 Vinca Street
Freeport, Texas
Aug 11, 1963
Funeral services for Mr. Samuel Watson Stovall, age 79, of 55 Vinca Street, Freeport, Texas were held at 5:00 p.m. Sunday, August 11, 1963 at the Union Grove Baptist Church, Rev. G. M. Coe officiated with interment in the Union Grove (Pool) Cemetery, Metcalf Funeral Directors in charge.
Mr. Stovall was a native of Longstreet Community, being born there February 10, 1884, and had been a long time resident of Richards, living in both Walker and Montgomery Counties for many years.  Mr. Stovall was employed as a bookkeeper in various parts of East Texas and moved to Lake Jackson about six years ago.  Mr. Stovall passed away at the Golden Years Nursing Home at Lake Jackson following a lengthy illness.  His death occurred early Saturday morning, August 10, 1963.
Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Margaret Eleanor Stovall, of Lake Jackson; two sons, Sam W. Stovall of Lake Jackson; Joseph H. Stovall of Houston and eight grandchildren. 


Richards, Texas
William E. Stovall passed away Friday, June 12, 1964 in a Houston Hospital.  He was born in Montgomery county, near Richards, Texas, June 19, 1883 and would have been 81 years old Friday.
He was a retired farmer and was a life long resident of Montgomery County until seven years ago when he moved to Houston, making his home in Galena Park.
Mr. Stovall was a member of the Union Grove Baptist Church, was a member of the W.O.W., member of the Masonic Lodge No. 1116 A. F. & A. M. at Richards, Texas.
Funeral services were conducted at union Grove Baptist Church at 3:00 p.m. with Rev. Jimmie Jones officiating.  Interment was in Union Grove (POOL)  Cemetery under the auspices of Masonic Lodge.
Surviving Mr. Stovall are: Mrs. Esther Lee Sims, Galena Park, Texas; Mrs. Valerie Peel, Montgomery; Mrs. Frankie Stevens, Mrs. Jimmie Stulken, Clifford C. Stovall and Charles L. Stovall, all of Houston, 14 grandchildren, 12 great grandchildren and a number of other relatives.


Cashner Funeral Home             September 6, 2002
Funeral services for Willie Lee "Sally" Turner, 77, of Conroe, Texas, will be held Saturday, Sept. 7, 2002 at 10 a.m. in Cashner Colonial Chapel.  Interment will follow in Union Grove (Pool) Cemetery with Cashner Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.  Visitation will be Thursday, Sept. 6, 2002, from 5 to 9 p.m. at the funeral home.  Mrs. Turner was born Feb 16, 1925, in Elminah, Texas and passed away Sept. 4. 2002 in Conroe, Texas.  William N. "Bill" Turner, her husband, Billie Ann Turner, her daughter, and Jimmy Ray Turner, her son, and two grandchildren preceded her in death.  Survivors include daughter, Sarah Williamson of Conroe, Texas; sons and daughters-in-law, William L. "Bill" and Velma Turner of Conroe, Texas and Norris Edward and Gail Turner of Goliad, Texas; brother, Morgan Robert Lewis of Mineola, Texas.  Eighteen grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends also survive.  Pallbearers will be Billy Turner, Will Turner, Omar Massey, Sam Barnett Jr., Gene Buley, and Denis Denam. *****


Funeral services for William "Bill" Turner, 82, of Conroe, will be held Friday, May 2, 1997, at 2 P.M. in Cashner Colonial Chapel with the Rev. Charles Fannin and the Rev. Tony Moye officiating.  Interment will follow in Pool/Union Grove Cemetery outside of Richard, Texas.  Visitation will be from 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. Thursday at the funeral home with the family receiving friends from 2 P.M. to 4 P.M. and 6 P.M. to 9 P.M.  Mr. Turner was born Jan. 8, 1915, in Montgomery and passed away April 28, 1997, in Conroe.  He was a member of the International Association of Machinists, Fraternal Order of the Eagles and the National Rifle Association.  Preceded in death by three children: Dolly Turner, Billie Ann Turner and Jimmy Ray Turner.  Survivors: his wife, Willie Lee "Sally" Turner, whom he married on June 13, 1938; children, William L. "Bill" Turner of Willis, Norris Edward "Ed" Turner of Beeville and Sue Massey Williamson of Conroe; mother, Mrs. Rosie Turner of Conroe; sisters and brothers-in-law, Lula and Curtis Quarles of Conroe and Mae and M.H. Brown of Conroe.  Twenty eight grandchildren, 28 great grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews also survive.*****
Notes:  Wife was the former Willie Lee Lewis.  Roosie Turner was Step-mother. Any information on the daughter, Dolly Turner is appreciated.



 My great grandfather
Conroe Courier
]January 5, 1939
William C. Turner passed away Tuesday, January 3, at the home of his son near Conroe.  He was almost eighty years old and had lived in Montgomery County forty years.  For the past three years he had lived with his son, W. E. Turner
Surviving him are one daughter, Mrs. Ola Long of Pelly, Texas; four sons, J. S. of Huntsville,  Lou of Montgomery, W. E. of Conroe and W. M. Turner of Poteau, Oklahoma; eighteen grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren.
A short service was held at the Wahrenberger Funeral Chapel before going to Union Grove, where he was buried in the Pool cemetery at 2:00 o'clock, Wednesday.
The Rev Thomas A. Gray conducted the services.
Notes:  William Cecil Turner was my great grandfather.  He was born 1859 in Trinity County, Texas.  His death certificate gives his parents names as Samuel Turner and Emily Midkiff Turner. In 1881 he married Emily Jane Hemphill, who preceded him in death in 1935.


My great grandmother
Conroe Courier
Conroe, Texas
Friday, April 5, 1935
Sunday night, March 24, 1935, at 10:20 o'clock, God called to rest Mrs. W. C. Turner.  She had been ill for several weeks at the home of her son, J. S. Turner.
She leaves to mourn her absence, a husband, W. C. Turner, Conroe, four sons, J. S. of Richards; Lou of Montgomery; W. E. of Conroe; Wesley of Poteau, Oklahoma; and one daughter, Mrs. J. W. Long of Pelly; eighteen grandchildren and ten great grandchildren.
Emily Jane Hemphill was born Sep. 15, 1855 in Ashley County, Mississippi.  She married W. C. Turner Feb 14, 1871.  To this union were born seven children, five of whom still survive.
"Grandma Turner" as she was affectionately called by so many people, spent most of her life in Montgomery County.  She was a devoted wife, gentle, loving mother and was loved by all those having had the pleasure of knowing her. 
When quite young, she was converted , and united with the Baptist church, and remained a staunch Christian until the time of her death.
She was buried Monday, March 25, at 3 o'clock in the Pool's cemetery with Rev. J. T. Luper officiating.  Active pallbearers were grandsons and their close friends.  A Friend
Notes:  Emily Jane Hemphill Turner was my great-grandmother.
Corrections to her obituary are: son Lou was  LUTHER ISAAC TURNER  he went by LUE Turner all his life.  Emily Jane and William Cecil Turner were married 14 February 1881 in Angelina County, Texas.  I have a copy of their marriage license. Emily Jane was born in Louisville, Winston County, Mississippi and died in Walker County, Texas.  Pool Cemetery is in Montgomery County by Union Grove Baptist Church of which Emily Jane was a member.





Verity Allen Pool Family
Son of Frederick Abram Pool
and grandson of William Pool

Second row: Hattie Virginia, William Harrison, Calvin Verity, Sallie Ledanna, Mary Perila
First row: Martha Virginia, Verity Allen, Bascom Sterling

The above photo courtesy of  Bill Poole and family


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John William and Joannah Welch Pool
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John William Pool
Son of Jacob Pool
Grandson of William Pool

George Washington Pool
son of Jacob Pool and Catherine Sightler

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James Meredith and Cordelia Bay Family
son of John William Pool and Joannah Welch
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Eugene Meredith Pool and McEdna Bryant Pool
son of James Meredith Pool and Cordelia Bay
photo courtesy of Aunt Elsie

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Marvin Eugene Pool
son of
Eugene Meredith Pool and McEdna Bryant
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Take a moment to stroll through the Pool's of  Montgomery, Walker , Grimes Co. TX., Montgomery Co. Al. and   Lexington Co. SC


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Philip Puhl was born about 1710 in Germany and came to South Carolina about 1740-1744 as a German immigrant. He settled in the Lexington Sc. District with wife Margaret who was also from Germany. They had children Anthony who married Bessieres/Besthius,and served n Rev.War in Richland Co. SC., Catherine married a Grant , George Philip born abt.1740, and Sofia was born in 1739 and married Niclolas William Seay/See/Shay and died 9-31-1831.  Philip Sr. died in January 1785 in Lexington Sc. and was buried near the home there. His son George Philip was born about 1740 in Lexington Sc.and died after 7-18-1795 and married Barbara Schneider and had a son named William who was born 2-27-1759. William  married 2-19-1789 to a lady some believe to be Lois Moore.

                                  William Pool                              

William Pool and children are found in Lexington Co. SC, and apparently he was a  large land owner at which he eventually deeded to his children and grandchildren through the years.  1.Joseph Henry 1791 2.Jacob Pool 1792 3.Fredrick Abram 1804 4.Mary L.1806 5.Catherine 1816
6.Martha 1820 7.Jane S. A. 1829. Some of the children remained in the Lexington area, while others moved to Alabama and stayed there, while others moved on to Texas.
Frederick Abram and others stayed in Alabama.

Jacob Pool moved from Lexington Co. SC to Montgomery Co. Alabama abt. 1830. ( Jacob's father, William Pool and the other children were listed in that same county )He stayed there until abt. 1840.From Alabama he moved his family to Polk Co. Texas in covered wagons , to become hunters. He brought along his wife Catherine Sightler Pool, sons John William Pool, Henry Joseph Pool, George Washington Pool , daughters Mary Ann , Mariada Anies, and Martha Elizabeth. Jacob and sons hunted the Big Thicket and it has been said that on one hunt they killed 13 black bear, all weighing 700-800 lbs. each. They also hunted deer, and wild turkey. After tanning the skins of the bear and deer were bundled and sent to Houston until the law was passed  that said the hunters had to have individual buyers because the public thought they were getting too rich. Jacob Pool died 2-25-1852 and his wife and children were still listed in Polk Co, Tx.
The Pool Family eventually moved near Richards Texas and that area was called Pool's Community.The family attended church at Pool's Chapel which is now known as Union Grove Church.
On August 17, 1884 the Union Grove Church was established and John William Pool was part of the Baptist group. The church was both Methodist and Baptist. The land for the church was donated by William Joseph Pool,it had been a gift to him from his father John William. The land was part of the Hezaki Farris Land. The Pool's also donated lumber to build the church, from their saw mill , as well as their time. The first building was made of rough lumber and was nailed with square nails. The siding was 3/4 inch x 6 inch lapped lumber. The roof was made of split boards. The shutters of the windows were also made of lumber and at times when it was very dark, making it so that at times the clerk could not read the minutes. They used kerosene lamps to light the building until 1949 when electric lights were installed.There was no heat in the building and many times the services were not held because it was too cold. Through the years the church has gone through , several renovations and a rebuild .
The Pool Cemetery is located behind The Union Grove Church, where you can find many members of the Pool family and their families. John William and Joannah Welch graves are in a enclosed fence area near the front of the cemetery.
From stories told Uncle Eben made some of the finest syrup in the area. The Pool's also raised peanuts and as my husbands recalls the peanut butter his grandparents made, being the best he ever tasted.
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Visit the neighboring Counties
Walker Co      .Liberty Co.     Waller Co.         Harris Co.        San Jacinto Co.     Washington Co.


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This is two of the Pool Brands registered in Montgomery Co. Couthouse in Conroe

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These generations will be changing soon, since can now add our two others Philip and George Philip to the generations

******First Generation******

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The William Pool Family

Son of George Philip Pool ( Puhl) and Barbara Schneider( Snider)
Private in Vermont Militia, Bradley's
born abt 2-17-1759 In SC
Lexington Regiment
Married: 1-19-1789 Putney, Windham Co. Vermont
possibly to Lois Moore
who died after 1830
1.Joseph Henry 1791
died 6-21-1824 IN Lexington SC
2.Jacob Pool 1792
3.Fredrick Abram 1804 or 1807
died after March 21,1870
married Mary( Polly) Neece
4.Mary L.1806
married Isom Leach
5.Catherine 1816
married  Henry Neese
6.Martha 1820
(Might be grandaughter instead of daughter)
7.Jane S. A. 1829
married Henry Hutto
(Might be grandaughter instead of daughter)

3-21-1870 in Lexington Co SC probate court list all of these children under the name William Pool

These children were all born in Lexington Co.  SC.
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The Jacob (Paul )?Pool Family
Private, Captain Matthew Dawson's Company, Pennsylvania Militia

Born: 1792  SC    died 2-25-1852
(Christian Co. Ky possibly)speculation that maybe he died in Louisana
Married: 2-20-1820

Catherine Sightler
born 3-12-1799  Lexington Dist. SC 
died: 1880
buried at Old Pine Valley Cemetery

1. John William  
born 6-23-1823 La   
Died: abt  2-18-1901 Walker Co. Tx
Married :

3-14-1854 Joannah Welch
2. Henry Joseph   
  born: 6-30-1825 SC  Died:abt 1897
Cebell Birdsong in Walker Co.
Cebell was born 12-24-1841
died 1-31-1875
1. George Meredith
born 2-19-1861
died 1-30-1940
Lutilia Ann Myers 2-7-1884
born 1-16-1870
died 3-21-1950

Grimes Co.
1.Jessie M Pool
born 8-31-1885 TX
born 10-3-1887 TX

died 1-5-1921
married John Thomas " Jack" Vick 3-8-1909
born 3-23-1885 died 12-23-1963
Joseph J.
born 2-22-1890 TX
Charley B.
born 12-30-1892 TX
2. Viola S.
born abt 1864
John W. Brown 10-29-1884

1.Buelah 1887
2.Douglas 1890
3.Nora M. 1891
4.Bonham L. 1894
5. Deliliah M. 1897
6. Violian J. 1898
7. Tolbert 1900

3 Mary Lou
born: 10-1866
Adrian D. Wilson
Mente Lee 1884
Irene 1886
Floyd 1894

4. Salome G.
born 3-2-1869

died 4-12-1895
Samuel Houston Plummer 4-12-1895
maybe others


5. Joseph Bonham
born:4-1870 died: 1937
Married :1-3-1893
Nettie Martin
born 1873 Died 1921
they had 3 daughters

married a Wilson
married a Phelps
3. ?
married a Harmon

6 Aaron Americas
Born 1875

(It is said that Cebell died when he was born)
3. Mary Ann   
born 8-30-1829 SC   Died:

buried at Evergreen

Joshua Hoot
son of George Washington and Elizabeth Snider Hoot
Montgomery Co. Tx
1.Joseph A. Hoot  |

2.Aaron Burr

1-24-.1852 died 2-7-1930
buried at Mt Zion Cem.
3.Albert Gee

10-12-1853 died 1-15-1928
4. Cleopatra

12-31-1856 died 5-1-1928
5. George W. |

8-19-1857 died 9-10-1871
6. Joshua A.

2-6-1860 died 5-13-1938
7. Ella L

3-23-1869 died 1-20-1957
8. Josephine
3-6-1850 died abt 1855
9.Mary Elizabeth
born 6-26-1863 died 1-23-1864
(Most of this family is buried at Evergreen Cemetery at San Jacinto Co.Tx)
4.James Meredith
born 10-30-1834
died aft. 1860
5. George Washington   
Born 7-14-1834 SC  
at home in Walker Co Tx
buried at Boswell Cem. in Walker Co. Tx

Lydia Pursely
Daughter of Guian Black Pursley and Mary Ann Parker
born 11-9-1846
Tonti, Marion Co. Ill
Died 8-30-1919 IN Walker Co. Tx
buried at Boswell Cem.
1. Mary Catherine
born 9-17-1867 Walker Co Tx
Died In Quana Tx
married William Isaccks
2. Annie ( Anna) Black Cebell 3-1-1871 Walker Co. Tx

died 1887 Walker Co, Tx
3.Jane Gray 1-31-1872 Walker Co. Tx

died 8-21-1928
married John C. Ellisor 1-3-1894
4. Oliver Cromwell 1-31-1872 Walker Co. Tx

died 12-2-1920 Walker Co. Tx
5. Cora Bunvista 2-11-1876 Walker Co. Tx

died 1-14-1901 Walker Co. Tx
married a Lawrence
6.Lydia Pursley born 5-7-1882 Walker Co. Tx
died 7-11-1884
7.Nancia  Lavina 1-15 1885 Walker Co. Tx

died 11-2-1950
married Walter Lee Coward
8. Dora Hirance (Hiram)5-21-1886
Walker Co. Tx
died 7-29-1959 Texas City Tx
married Harry Wllbur Finch 6-21-1904
9. George Robinson  7-21-1889 Walker Co. Tx

died 10-25-1956
Never married
10. Rubie( Ruby) Leona
13-14-1893 Walker Co. Tx
died 11-10-1916
married Ben Gray
11.Ledia Washington
(George and Lydia are buried at Boswell Cemetery)

George was a Mason and a Farmer and was named after his cousin George Washington Sightler he lived at Phelps in Walker Co Tx..
. Marida ( merida)Anies    
Born 10-30-1832 SC Died ???
Last known appearence was 1860 census of Polk Co in the home of Charles Wesley Hoot
. Martha Elizabeth    
Born: 4-7-1837   died:8-17-1912

William Ellisor 3-13-1856
1. Harriet Alice 1855
2. Thomas Carothers 1858
3. Isaah Hardeway 1860
4. Louise Clementine 1861
5. William Macksey 1864
6. Lucinda Ann 1866
7. James Franklin 1869
8. Martha Elizabeth 1871
9. Albert Eugene 1875
10. Susan Delila 1879

Most of this family is buried at Old Pine Valley Cemetery
1840 Census of Alabama shows Jacob listed,  he died prior to 1850 as wife as a widow of war 1812 Veteran, Pension File# sc-12665
Catherine Sightler Pool was listed on 1880 census in San Jacinto in the houshold of daughter Martha E. Pool she was 81 years old at that time. Buried at Old Pine Valley Cem with William F. and Martha E Ellisor

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******Second Generation******
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Frederick Abram Pool Family
Born abt 1804
Mary Polly Neese
born abt 1821
1.William Henry b: abt 1837
2. Martha Ellen b:abt 1840
married Mr. Mcay 1.
William Terry Bullard 2.
3. Frederick A. b: abt 1843
4. John N. b: abt 1846
5. Madison b: 1849
B. Bullard

S.L.( L.L) b: abt 1850
married a Jernigan
7. Verity A. b:1854 d: 1927
married 1873
Mary Virginia Smith
b: 1847 d: 1904
8. Charolette b:1848
9. R.J.( maybe be Rufus)
10.Aaron b: 1858

*****Third Generation******
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Verity A. b:1854 d: 1927
married 1873
( Martha) Virginia Smith
b: 1847 d: 1904
Hattie Virginia
b: 1876 d:
married Daniel Money?
William Harrison
b:1874 d: 1924
Calvin Verity
b:1878 d: ?
Sallie Ledana
b: 1881 d:
married a Bates

Mary Perila
b: 3-4-1880 d: 8-12-1924

Married James J Ingram
: 1-18-1892 d: 4-5-1911
Bascom Sterling
b: 1886
Married  Inez?

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William Harrison Poole

immie Lee
b: 1903 d: 1976
attie Mae

*****Fifth Generation******

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Jimmie Lee Poole Family

1.Sarah L. Poole
b: 1930

2.Bill Earnest Poole
b: 1936

3. James Ross Poole
b: 1932

Hubert Poole Family

Bernice Poole

Emmet Poole

Ruby Poole

Poole Family

Poole Family

1.Joe Harrison
******Sixth Generation******
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Bill Poole Family
1. Scarlett

Johnny Pool Family
1. Chris
Burch Poole Family
1. Suzanne
2. Shannan?
Ruben Poole Family
1. Chip
2. Alice
3. Sam
4. Kelley
Joan Poole Family
2. Glyn
3. Lyn

Jean Poole Family
1. Rarett
2. Alice
Joe Poole Family
1. Pennie
2. Niles
3. Kelley
Ronald Poole Family

1. Christina
2. Cynthia
Felix Poole Family
1. Nancy
Keller Poole Family
1. KellerPaul
2. Sandra

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Scarlett Poole Family
1. Jarrett
2. Gabrielle

Pennie Poole Family
1. Bo
2. Ivey
3. Mitchell

Keller Paul Poole Family
1. Robbie
2. Paul
3. Kendra
Sandra Poole Family
1. Melanie
2. Joanna
Bryan Poole Family
1. Reese
2. Jared
3. Justin
Glyn Poole Family
1. Jason

Rarret Poole Family

1. Eric
2. Chris
3. Sheena
Paul Poole Family
1. Faron?

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The John William Pool Family

Born: June 23, 1823 in Louisiana    Died Feb 18, 1901, buried in Pool Cemetery, Montgomery Co., Texas
Joannah Welch
March 14, 1854 At home in Montgomery Co., Texas
She was born Jan 31, 1825 in Conecuh Co. Alabama  
daughter of John and Elizabeth Manning Welch
Died Sept 22, 1910 At home in Montgomery Co., Texas  Buried in Pool Ceme

Children are as follows:

1.William Joseph Pool ("Uncle Bill")
b Mar 1, 1855 Mont. Co, TX  Died Nov 2, 1936

At his Nephew's in Houston ( he gave land for Pool Church>Union Grove Baptist Church.
(his inscription reads he was beloved by God and Man)
2.James Meredith Pool 
  b. Nov 19, 1856,  Died Oct 17, 1940 At home Mont. Co., TX
Married Cordelia Thomas Bay Sep 15, 1877 Mont., Co., TX.

3. Christopher Columbus Pool, ("Lum")  
b Dec 9, 1858 -
Died Jan 28, 1926 San Saba, Co., Texas
. Married
Arie Miller in Grimes Co., Texas records M-56-pg.255
1.William Miller Pool
born 1-31-1889
Kempner, Bell Co. Tx
Married Martha Sebelia Walker 11-13-1910
daughter of Mr and Mrs John Robert. Walker and Josephine Edwards
born 12-6-1894
2.Christopher Columbus Pool
born 10-1892 Kempner
, Bell Co. Tx

Married # 2
Mary F.
Beatrice  Dell
Born 1902
Bernice Bell
Born 1902
Born 1910

Arie was said to have died when William was 5 yrs old while walking in her sleep and fell in a creek and drowned. The children were raised by a grandmother Mrs. Teague
We find C.C .Pool age 51  with second wife Mary age 38 listed on the 1910 San Saba Tx. Census with their children C.C. age 16 , the twins Beatrice Dell and Bernice Bell age 8 and baby Nora age 3 mo. Also listed living with the family is Nora Jones age 15, Eliza age 15, Evan E. age 13, William Owen age 9 and Bonnie age 8 all listed as step children.

4. Aaron Burr Pool   
b. Dec 16, 1860 Mont. Co., Texas.   Died Apr 13, 1948, buried Fairview cem. Richards, Grimes Co., Texas.
Place of death New Waverly , Mont. Co., TX.

***Aaron was married 3 times
1st Ann Collins Mar 8, 1882
2nd Minerva A. Baker b3-3-1866 d. 10-26-1917

2-24-1886 marriage
3rd Fannie (Myers)Becker no info on her.

5. Margiana Elizabeth Pool  
b Dec 24, 1862   d. Jan 25, 1941 San Saba, Co., TX.

John David Walker Oct 18, 1882 Mont. Co., Texas
6. Nancy Catherine Pool   
b Jan 26, 1867 Fairview? Richards, Grimes Co TX ?  d. May 9, 1900 At home Mont. Co., Texas


William "Bill" Walker, (John David Walker's Brother)
Nov 14, 1888 Mont.Co., TX.
born 6-30-1863 died 3-12-1926
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The James Meredith Pool Family

Died: Oct 17, 1940
Place: Mont. Co., TX

Cordelia Thomas Bay
Sep 15, 1877

4-9-1862 and died 11-1-1935
1. Eugene Meredith Pool
2-9-1889 Died: 4-17-1970

2. Beulah
3. Lillie
4. Maudice
5. Mary
6. Nita
7. J.H.
8. C.E.( Clarence Eben)
Born 10-7-1899 @ home Mongomery Co. Tx
died 2-27-1989Walker Co, Huntsville Hospital
buried in Pool Cemetery
Hattie Lou Reaves
daughter of Willie Green Reaves and Mattie Bonipart Harman
Born 1-21-1905  Mustang ,Walker Co, Tx
.Clarence Homer
6-8-1930 Montgomery Co. Tx
Elsie Greathouse Hoke
1. Ricky Pool
2. Joey Lou
born 11-28-1934 Mongomery Co.
Lurcey Jane Istre
2. Aubrey
4. Glenn

3. Travis Lee
born 12-3-1939 Montgomery Co.
Brenda Neil Kiesler
6-26-1962 Richards, Grimes Co, Tx
1. Gary DwaynePool
born 1-11-1963 Conroe, Mongomery Co, Tx
Gwendolyn Marie Bean
8-4-1984 Monahans, Ward Co, Tx
1.Allen Lee
born 7-11-1986 Monahans, Ward Co, Tx
2. Amanda Leah
born 3-14-1991 College Station, Brazos Co, Tx
2. Barry Lynn Pool
born 5-28-1969 Seguine Tx
Susan Ann Williams
Sidney Pool
born 9-26-1999 Conroe, Montgomery Co, Tx

9. Daisy Ann Pool
Montgomery Co, Tx
Born: 8-13-1879 Died:
Elliot Hurst
11-15-1879 Union Grove Upshur Co.
1. Floyd Elliot Hurst b:10-16-1900
2. Jewel Ivy Hurst b: 12-19-1902
3. Onie Inez Hurst b: 2-20-1904
married : W.E. Richardson
4. Era Homer Hurst b: 5-7-1906
married Linna Bess

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The Eugene Meredith Pool Family

Born: Montgomery Co, TX
Died: 4-17-1970
Buried: Pool Cemetery,

McEdna Bryant
Daughter of Aaron and Jemima Caroline McMahan Bryant
( Aaron Bryant was the son of Aaron Bryant and Elizabeth Mantooth)
McEdna was born 9-19-1898 in McKinney, Collin Co. Tx

died 5-17-1982 Montgomery Co, TX
Marvin Eugene

2. Evalyn Lourity
Jimmy  Randall
3. Marie
born 1-3-1926
J. Wilbur Moriarty
born:6-4-1911 died 12-10-1990

Edna Merle
Nancy Ann
John Ronald
4. Dorothy Louise
Jeral Gresak
1.Barbara Lynn
Born 4-1-1947

2.Donna Jean
born 4-13-1945

5. Thomas Cecil
Elsie Bryant
Born 1-13-1955
born 12-21-1955
born 6-24-1957
born 3-3-1959

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The Marvin Eugene Pool Family
Tec4  435 signal BN

Born: 4-29-1922 McKinney, Collin Co. TX
  died:12-30-1964  McKinney , Collin Co, TX. buried in Pool Cemetery, Mont. Co. TX

Kathryn Almeda Kimble
# 1   
daughter of Wallace Edward and Gladys Mills Kimble
born 1-21-29
Summerfield La.
died 12-9-1969
Harris Co. Tx

1. Benard Eugene Pool    
born: 1-10-1947 Harris Co. Houston TX
2.Joseph Bryant Pool     

  born: 11-28-1948 Harris Co. Houston, TX
Marvin Eugene Pool
Married :
Allie Juanell Bishop
 born 2-29-1932 Red River Co. TX
died: 10-24-1970 Dallas Co
buried in Fairview Cemetery, Red River Co. TX
daughter of Harvey and Vela Wallace Bishop
Date. 3-31-51
Place: Rosenburg TX

1. Lonnie Pool        
born: 2-28-1952
   Harris Co. Houston, TX
2. Jimmy Leon Pool   
Born: 11-7-1954  Harris Co. Houston, TX
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The Benard Eugene Pool Family

Born: 1-10-47  Harris Co. Houston TX.
Married :

Linda Diane Mitchell  
born 2-1-51 Clarksville, Red River Co. TX
daughter of
Bernard and Corin Stewart Mitchell
Date: 7-30-1969
Place: Bowie Co, TX, Texarkana TX
1. Marvin Dylan Pool  
born : 6-4-1970 Born Clarksville,  Red River Co. TX
2. MeChelle Corin Pool  

born 6-1-81 born New Boston, Bowie Co. TX


******Eighth Generation******
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The Marvin Dylan Pool Family

Born : 6-4-70 Red River Co. TX   Clarksville, TX

1.: Zackary Paul Akin
born 10-27-1991  Bowie Co. TX  Texarkana, TX
mother Kimberly Akin

Dylan Married
Tana Beth Sixkiller
May 1997 Roosevelt Utah, Unitah. Co.
born 7-3-1970
daughter of
Walt and Kay Thompson  Sixkiller

2.. Dylan Haiden Walker Pool 
born: 6-21-1998 Unitah Co. Utah, Roosevelt, Utah

******Ninth Generation******
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1.Zackary Paul Akin 
10-27-1991  Bowie Co. TX  Texarkana, TX
2. Dylan Haiden Walker Pool
6-21-1998 Unitah Co. Utah, Roosevelt, Utah

******Eighth Generation******
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The MeChelle Corin Pool Family

Born: 6-1-81 Bowie Co. TX  New Boston, TX

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The Joseph Bryant Pool Family
born: 11-28-1948 Harris Co. Houston, TX
Linda Sue Porterfield
Clarksville , Red River Co. TX
born 1-4-1950
daughter of
Harold and Hazel Bean Porterfield
Kimberly Michelle Pool
******Eighth Generation******
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The Kimberly Michelle Pool Kunz Family
Darin W. Kunz

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The Lonnie Pool Family
born: 2-28-1952  Harris Co. Houston, TX
Ellen A. Vrana
Dallas Co. Tx
1. Jonathan Blake
2. Adam Bryant

******Eighth Generation******
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Jonathan Blake Pool
Krisna Richards
Preston Bryant Pool
coming soon
Erik Taylor Pool

Adam Bryant Pool

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The Jimmy Leon Pool Family
Born: 11-7-1954  Harris Co. Houston, TX
Debra L. Streetman
Dallas Co. TX

1.Joshua Cody
Born 1-9-1986
Dallas Co. TX
2. Allie Lauren
born 2-14-1988
Dallas Co.

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******Sixth Generation******
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The Thomas Cecil Pool Family
Elsie Bryant
Born 1-13-1955
Brinda Lyvonne
born 12-21-1955
born 6-24-1957
born 3-3-1959

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Linda Diann Pool Sizemore Family
Born 1-13-1955
Harris Co. Tx

Thomas Joseph Podvin  
# 1.
1978 D

Dennis Oliver Sizemore 
# 2.
born 7-25-1954
Harris Co. Tx
Monica Andrea Podvin
( name changed to Sizemore 5-1995)
born 7-3-1977
Harris Co. Tx
Joshua Harley Sizemore
born 7-20-1980
Harris Co. Tx
Alisha Dennise Sizemore
born 7-6-1983
Harris Co. TX

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The Brinda Lyvonne Pool Family
Jack Thomas Stephens
Sarah Ashley
born 6-12-1983
Houston, Harris Co, Tx

Rebecca Allison
born 8-24-1986
Houston, Harris Co, Tx

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This page has been created as a legacy to the Pool's.
Many thanks to Gwen, aunt Marie, aunt Elsie, Nancy, Bill Poole and Duncan Akers and a wonderful Pool researcher, by the name of Audrey Pool, for the information we have listed on this site. I would also like to include a big thanks to Vera Wimberly for her assistance in the Montgomery Co. research. I would also like to add that much of these works comes from Mary Vick Cossards   research.

I made a post about Frederick Abram Pool and almost immediately had Bill Poole respond. Bill has been most generous with all of the family info he has been gathering for many years.
Bill sent maps, census, names, pictures etc and a most pleasant phone call.
Bill is a direct descendent of Frederick Abram Pool and this makes him one of our direct lines as well. Bill is from Alabama!!! Bill has been so generous with pages on land holdings, census reports, family files, pictures of his family and has sent me a 1 inch thick folder of all his material, including maps of where the Pool's were in the Lexington Co, Sc area's. I want to take this opportunity to welcome Bill and his family to our Texas Pool line. I will be adding more and more of the things he has sent us little by little, but first I must attend sending him all the info we have gathered as well..

By the way the way Bill Poole spells his name, he says that the "E" was adding on by his father.

Thank you cousin Bill Poole!!!

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome Duncan Aker to our Pool web page. Duncan contacted me awhile back, with his info about George Washington Pool and then sent me a very generous  file that he has been building on with alot of wonderful information, pictures, bible records, maps, family files, about William Pool's father George Philip Puhl
(Pool) and grandfather Philip Puhl ( Pool) Cousin Duncan is from Lexington Tennessee. I will be adding more of his info along the way also. Duncan is a direct descendent of George Washington Pool

Thank you cousin Duncan Aker !!!

With combined efforts of everyone we can and will have every Pool in our line listed here. If you have anything to add to the names, dates, stories, pictures etc. Please contact me and I will be glad to add anything you have to our POOL page..
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