1873 Bible published by the American Baptist Publication Society, Philadelphia. Bible 09.290
- A. Hearn of Savoy, Texas to Belle Chaney of Orangeville, Texas. December 25, 1873. Location: at Brides’ home by Rev. Burrell Cox.
- Marvin B. Hearn to Josie M. Stiles. January 1, 1896.
- Grace Hearn to J.R. Phagan. October 2, 1898.
- Cordie Hearn to J.M. Donnell. November 20, 1904.
- Jessie E. Hearn to L.S. Donnell. November 20, 1900.
- Lattie Eula Hearn to Walter A. Phelps. January 23, 1907.
- Lulu Pauline Hearn to James Homer Hodges. September 21, 1919.
- William Anderson Hearn. March 29, 1846.
- Mary O. Hearn nee Chaney. December 18, 1857.
- Rachel E. Hearn. September 25, 1874.
- Infant died at birth about 1876.
- Marvin B. Hearn. August 7, 1877.
- Grace M. Hearn. May 24, 1880.
- Cordelia Hearn. August 8, 1882.
- Jessie E. Hearn. January 19, 1885.
- Annie Lee Hearn. January 19, 1885.
- Lattie Ula Hearn. February 17, 1890.
- Willie Hayes Hearn. February 1, 1892.
- Lulu Hearn. December 2, 1897.
- Vera Maude Hearn. July 6, 1895.
- Ann Lee Hearn. April11, 1891. Age 3 years, 4 months, 4 days.
- Willie Hayes Hearn. November 13, 1894.
- Vera Maude Hearn. February 10, 1898.
- Josie M. Hearn. March 17, 1901.
- Marvin B. Hearn. April 4, 1901.
- William A. Hearn. November 21, 1923.
- Rachel E. Hearn. December 10, 1931.
- Mary I. Hearn. April 16, 1932.
- Grace Phagan. October 10, 1942.
- Cordelia Donnell. October 30, 1974, 8 am.
- Vera Maude Hearn. February 18, 1898. Age 2 years, 7 months, 4 days.
- Certificate of Baptism for Michael Johns, baptized February 6, 1955 in south forth Worth Baptist Church by Pastor Roy E. Ladd.
- Another listing of family records, not on formal Bible pages, gives some contradicting dates:
- Marvin Hearn born August 7, 1878.
- Grace Hearn born May 26, 1880
- Jessie Hearn born January 18, 1885
- Annie Lee Hearn born December 7, 1887
- Willie Hayes died December 14, 1894. Age 2 years, 10 months, 18 days.
- Includes newspaper clippings – poems, tributes and obituaries. From them, we see that W. A. Hern’s father came to Texas in 1838, and that W.A. Hearn himself became a notable Christian citizen of Clay County.
- Handwritten poem taped onto page:
My broke hip hurts, I cannot sleep.
I wanted tossing, instead of weep.
For happy thoughts, raced thru my mind
As are expressed in following lines.
I’m gong Home. I’m on my way
To my Heavenly Home. There to stay
Or by faith I can see.
Loved ones with Jesus waiting for me.
And when I reach that Golden Shore.
I’ll meet those I’ve prayed for One and One.
No Joys on Earth can compare,
To the Joys we will Share over There.
The little I’ve done while here I roam
To merit this wonderful Home.
If can hear, “Well done my child you tried”
Then Oh! Then I’ll be Satisfied.