Vinson Family

Austin Vinson, Sr.

Austin (1830-1869) and Evelyn Mantooth Vinson (1833-1893), originally of Tennessee (perhaps Cocke County), came to Angelina County 1856-9, probably at the same time as Evelyn's father Thomas J. Mantooth, who served as Chief Justice of Angelina County. Evelyn was a sister of Lufkin merchant Calvin Mantooth and William Blackburn Mantoon who also lived at Burke. They settled at Renfrow Prairie and Evelyn still lived there in 1880.

Austin Vinson, Jr.

Austin Vinson (????-~1900) and Lula T. McCarty (1869) Vinson:

Austin first married Annie Belle Fenly. He married Lula around 1890. She was a daughther of Elias D. and Melissa Elizabeth Smith McCarty. After Austin's death Lula married Amos DuBose.

Grover Vinson

Grover (1896) and Lola (1899) Vinson

Source

  1. 1880 U. S. Census, Angelina Co., Precinct 2, Page 28, Dwelling 243 (Evelyn Vinson)
  2. 1900 U. S. Census, Angelina Co., Precinct 4, Page 22, Dwelling 209 (Vinson)
  3. 1910 U. S. Census, Angelina Co., Precinct 4, Page 10, Dwelling 96 (Lula T. DuBose)
  4. 1930 U. S. Census, Angelina Co., Precinct 4, Page 13, Dwelling 148 (Grover)
  5. One World Family Tree
  6. M. Lee Murrah, Personal Recollections