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Dixon Hill L. Bonner

D. H. L. Bonner
Full Name: Dixon Hill L. Bonner
Birth date: April 8, 1842
Death date: February 18, 1920

Terms of Service

  • House, 32nd (1) (2) (3) Legislature
    1/10/1911 - 9/14/1911
    Democrat
(1) OMEN, TEXAS. "In April 1879 Dixon H. L. Bonner petitioned the United States Post Office Department to renew the local branch. Upon approval, Bonner became the postmaster and called the post office Old Canton." Handbook of Texas Online .
(2) ARP, TX. The Omen post office was transferred to Arp, TX in 1906. Handbook of Texas Online .
(3) Bonner resigned 9/14/1911. Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004 2005.

Biographical Notes and Resources

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Other Resources

  • Census of 1910 - Dixon H.L. Bonner, Smith County, age 69, born circa 1841 in Alabama, farmer, spouse Texas A. Bonner.
    United States Headstone Applications for U.S. Military Veterans, 1925-1949 - D.H.L. Bonner, Drummer, 14th C.S.A. Texas Infantry, date of death 3/8/1919, application date 6/28/1939. FamilySearch . Headstone Application Census 1910
  • D.H.L. Bonner, birth date 4/8/1842 in Alabama, death date 2/18/1920 in Omen, Smith County, farmer, father Becom Bonner, mother Rebecca Wilson, burial in Elkins Cemetery, undertaker from Arp, Texas. FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 .
  • D.H.L. Bonner, Confederate States Army, Drummer, 14th Texas Infantry. Death date 3/8/1919, interment in Elkins Cemetery, Omen, Smith County. Find a Grave .
  • Dixon Hill L. Bonner, birth date 4/8/1842 in Selma, Alabama; death date 2/18/1920 on death certificate, death date 3/8/1919 on military grave marker; spouses Sarah Neel Bonner and Texas Alabama Talley Bonner; interment in Elkins Cemetery, Omen, Smith County. Find a Grave .
  • Confederate States Army, Company E, 14th Texas Infantry. Biographical sketch, pp. 259-260. Born 1849, father Beckham Bonner, mother Rebecca Bonner (nee Wilson), first marriage to Miss Susie Neal (died 1874), second marriage to Miss Texas Talley of Alabama. Texans Who Wore the Gray 1907.
  • Confederate Pension application, D.H.L. Bonner, Arp, Smith County, Texas, Company E, 14th Texas Infantry, Randall's Brigade. East Texas Genealogical Society. TXGenWeb Project .
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