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John Webb Stollenwerck

J.W. Stollenwerck
Full Name: John Webb Stollenwerck, Sr.
Birth date: June 1, 1870
Death date: June 15, 1937

Terms of Service

  • House, 28th Legislature
    1/13/1903 - 1/10/1905
    Democrat
  • House, 27th Legislature
    1/8/1901 - 1/13/1903
    Democrat

Biographical Notes and Resources

Resolutions and Journal entries

Photographs

Other Resources

  • Relatives: John Webb Stollenwerck, Sr. - grandfather. Logan Henry Stollenwerck, Jr. - grandson. Grisel Donnell Harris Stollenwerck Family Tree; Texas, U.S., Birth Certificates, 1903-1932 - Logan Henry Stollenwerck, Jr., son of Logan Henry Stollenwerck and Ruth Sawyer. Census of 1940 - Waxahachie, Ellis County, Logan Stollenwerck, Sr., spouse Ruth Stollenwerck, and son Henry Stollenwerck. Ancestry.com .
  • Obituary, J. Webb Stollenwerck, "Logan Stollenwerck's Father Dies Tuesday," 6/16/1937, p. 8. "While serving in the House, Mr. Stollenwerck sponsored a Senate bill by the late Lieut. Gov. Barry Miller, making the bluebonnet the official flower of Texas. He also sponsored a bill creating a textile mill at A. & M. College." Dallas Morning News .
  • John W. Stollenwerck, birth date 6/1/1870 in Selma, Alabama; death date 6/15/1937 in Waco, McLennan County; attorney. FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 .
  • Corporal, Company A, 1st Texas Infantry. John W. Stollenwerck, birth date 6/1/1870, death date 6/16/1937, Hillsboro, Texas, military service 5/10/1898-9/1/1898. FamilySearch United States, Veterans Administration Master Index, 1917-1940 1985.
  • John Webb Stollenwerck, Sr., birth date 6/1/1870, death date 6/15/1937, interment in Ridge Park Cemetery, Hillsboro, Hill County, with spouse Lola Quincy Stollenwerck. Find a Grave .
  • Corporal, Company A, 1st Texas Infantry, Spanish-American War. Military grave marker, John W. Stollenwerck. Find a Grave .
  • Brief biographical sketch, John Webb Stollenwerck, p. 208. The Twenty-Seventh Legislature and State Administration of Texas 1901.
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