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Waite Cemetery Listing (Where most of my former neighbors in Reagan are now buried)

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Historic Liberty Hill Cemetery Listing.

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118 County Road 234, Reagan 76680

WELCOME to the
Friends of Reagan
Email Listing Page.

This page will be used to exchange email addresses and other contact information for all former and current residents of the great town of Reagan. Your help is needed to make this a great resource for former and present Reaganites.

Donna Joan Wyatt Meyer Bradley

Susan Hetherington Lloyd, daughter of Travis Hetherington.

Ann Stricklin Byer

Charles Currey

Major Jeffrey Thomas Davison">

Louise (Storemski) Erwin

Mandy Erwin

Gail Haak, Marlin

"Gail Haak"
Granddaughter of Hy Heflin and Willie Mae Heflin of Reagan (daughter of Billie Hy Heflin Maxwell). Hy Heflin and Willie Mae Heflin have a second daughter, Mayme Louise Garrett who is married to O.B.Garrett, Jr. in Tyler, Texas.

Billy Jones

Billy Jones is related to the pioneer Jones and Moore families of Reagan. In particular, Luther Moore who came to Reagan about 1882. Luther married Eliza Jones daughter of James Dozier Jones in Scott County Mississippi about 1870. They were in Scott County, Mississippi when the 1880 census was taken and had several children. At the time they came to Reagan, Mrs. Eliza Moore (Nee Jones) had six siblings already living in the Reagan cmmunity. They were Robert Bruce Jones, Charley Jones (in 1916 he was post master at Highbank and his daughter married Abner Peacock). William H. Jones who arrived in 1877, Nora Jones married a Flowers and is buried in Bremond Cemetery, Richard Jones who was still living in Reagan in 1910, and Edward Jones left Reagan in 1902 and moved to San Antonio. Mrs. Eliza Moore's mother, Elizabeth lived in Reagan in the 1890's after her husband died but returned to Scott County before her death.

Joy(Joy Ann Joyner) Flowers

Marilyn Maniscalco Henley

Patricia Kelly Gandy

Donovan Kirkpatrick

Leonard Kubiak
Address: 1264 FM 2116,
Rockdale, Texas 76567
Telephone: 512 630-4619

Richard and Linda Kubiak

Anne Lawver; Great-niece of Claude Buell. Her mother is Betty Ivin Raiford Cookson.

A.C. Martin;Resident of Highbank in the 1930's

George S. MacDonald
Address: 574-A Ave. J. East
Grand Prairie, Texas 75050-2548
Tel. # 972-647-9219

James L. Matthews

Gary McCaleb
"Gary McCaleb"

Lena Contella McCann

Robbie Morrison

Margaret Rohde

Margaret's address is 2801 63rd Street Lubbock, Texas 79413 . Margaret is the daughter of Nettie Frances Shaunfield Rohde. Her grandmother was Margaret Hetherington and she was married to George Wallace Shaunfield who was a twin to Enoch Shaunfield.

Norman R. Short

Beverly Ann Stone

Delores Stone Escelera

Nancy Thomason

India Ruth Burke Thompson

Milton and Peggy Turnipseed

Fred and Eddie VanCleave

Evelyn (Snider)Welborn
Evelyn Snider Welborn attended the Reagan campus in 1947 and 48 when the Bill Snider family moved to Rosenberg.

Jessie Wyatt Innmon-the daughter of Rev. W.R. Wyatt was the Reagan Baptist Minister from the Summer of 1947 through the Summer of 1951. Her sisters were June, Jean, Jane and Joan Wyatt.

If you or any of the friends of Reagan have any additional email addresses you'd like to have posted on this website, send me an email at or write me at: 1264 FM 2116, Rockdale, Texas 76567

Leonard Kubiak

For information about the Reagan Homecoming Association, contact:
Elmer Cohn
P.O. Box 88
Reagan,Texas 76680

To get something posted on the Reagan webpage, send me an Email at

Prehistoric History of the Liberty Hill Region
Liberty Hill Settlement in the 1850's
History of the Liberty Hill Stage Coach Stop (1852)
Liberty Hill -Then and Now
The Founding of New Liberty Hill (1882)
History of Reagan, Texas
History of Busksnort and Marlin, Texas
Sam Houston-Early-day Texas History
History of Trains in Texas
Officers and Men of the Republic of Texas
General George Custer
Generals Robert E. Lee and U.S. Grant
Famous Sam Bass Outlaw Gang
Indian Treaty Signed With the Comanches, Kiowas, and Apaches in 1867
Governor John Connally, Another Tall Texan
Important Documents of Early-Day Texas
Battle of San Jacinto-Victory for the Republic of Texas Army
History of Rockdale, Milam County, Texas
Military Forts in Early Day Texas
History of Cedar Springs, Wilderville, and Rosebud, pioneer communities in Falls County, Texas
Blueridge Cemetery Roll, Falls County, Texas
History of Bremond and Wootan Wells, Robertson County, Texas
Waite (Reagan)Cemetery Listing
Blue Ridge (Reagan)Cemetery Listing
Hog Island (Reagan) Cemetery Listing
Johnson (Reagan)Cemetery Listing
Powers/McCaleb(Reagan)Cemetery Listing
Historic Liberty Hill Cemetery Listing.
Kosse History and Home Page.
Kosse Cemetery Listing.
Old 300 Anglo Settlers in Texas.
How Texas Got It's Name.
Highbank, Falls County, Texas Home Page.
Liberty Hill, Williamson County, Texas Home Page.

Texas History-General Santa Anna.
Cowboys of the Silver Screen.

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