|Statement||produced by James Tull Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, under the auspices of Bicentennial Heritage Committee, Humble, Texas ; Nina Smith, editor and coordinator.|
|Contributions||Smith, Nina., Humble Area Bicentennial Commission. Heritage Committee.|
|LC Classifications||F394.H85 D38 1976|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||262 p. :|
|Number of Pages||262|
|LC Control Number||76151323|
A history of the Humble, Texas, area (Book, )  Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. Your request to send this item has been completed. According to “A History of the Humble, Texas Area,” a history book compiled in by the Daughters of the American Revolution, people in and around the Humble area had been making a Author: JENNIFER SUMMER. Get this from a library! A history of the Humble, Texas, area.. [James Tull Chapter of DAR.]. History in a Pecan Shell The town was named after early settler Pleasant S. Humble, who operated a ferry on the San Jacinto River before the Civil War. Humble ran a commissary, cut timber into railroad cross ties and served as a Justice of the Peace.
Humble Death Records. Rosewood Funeral Home and Cemetery Find a Grave Humble Histories and Genealogies. A History of the Humble, Texas, area Family History Library Humble Newspapers and Obituaries. Atascocita Observer 10/17/ to Current Genealogy Bank. Atascocita Observer: Web Edition Articles 01/18/ to Current Genealogy Bank. The community serves as a retail and shipping center for an agricultural and lumbering section of the Cypress Creek valley at the center of the Humble oilfield, once the largest in Texas. Humble was a crossroads community in , named for its founder, Pleasant S. Humble, a San Jacinto River ferry operator who arrived before the Civil War. Humble ran a commissary, cut railroad ties from local . History of Humble, TX Humble is located at 29'42" North, 95'54" West (, ) According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of km. Just before the Civil War, a wandering fisherman named P.S. (Pleasant) Humble brought his family into the area. The History Of Humble TX. Generally believed to have been established around , the beginnings of the city of Humble lie in the first settlers who began moving to the area to farm. Joseph Dunham is thought to be the first person to move here, and is in fact the first person to be buried in the Humble cemetery as well.
We hope you will participate on the Humble forums, it is a great place to find or post information on Humble genealogy and is completely free to participate. We have collected some of the best resources from across the web to do research on Humble history, Humble ancestory, and Humble . Five men from the Humble area that fought during the war for Texas independence received bounty land grants from the Republic of Texas. According to the book?A History of the Humble, Texas Area? by the Daughters of the American Revolution, these five men were John Ashbury, William T. Charles, Robert Dunman, James Strange and John Schlobohn, whose name is misspelled on the honor roll at the. What's NEW and NEWS in HKA Texas! HKA Texas is a popular news alternative for the Humble, Kingwood, and Atascocita, Texas, including Lake Houston, Eagle Springs, The Groves, Generation Park, Valley Ranch, Fall Creek, Porter, New Caney, Huffman, and surrounding areas.. HKA Texas was created as a community service by The Texas Network LLC to help promote local businesses. Just before the Civil War, a wandering fisherman named P.S. (Pleasant) Humble brought his family into the area. They settled on the banks of the San Jacinto River and operated a ferry near the present U.S. 59 crossing. A flood drove his family away from the river in search of higher ground. Soon a small community began forming in the area.