Family names of the Oak Grove School, District 47


Family names of the Oak Grove District 47 Northwest of Chandler. The school was established in 1908 but records at the County Courthouse were either destroyed in the Courthouse fire or they were just not kept before 1916. Compiled by Eunice (Goble) Manning

1916 
Anderson, Earl D. 
Anderson, F. 
Branson, W, J. 
Britton, T. P. 
Brocaw, Earnest 
Cabe, L. E. 
Caldwell, H. C. 
Cassady, F. A. 
Conley, John 
Davenport, L. D. 
Delphone, 0. 
Goble, W. P. 
Gaylord, F. W. 
Harrell, C. B. 
Haws, L. C. 
Hutchison, Dan 
Hutchison, W. A. 
Lillibridge, Charlie 
Lillibridge, C 
Lillibridge, William 
McMichael, H. J. 
Miller, F. V. 
Edgar, Fred 
Miller, John L. 
Palmer, Sam L. 
Patterson, B. J. 
(Hopper Children) 
Shaver, D. M. 
Smith, S. M. 
Sprague, Herbert E. 
Sudheimer, F. A. 
Vangundy, Mrs. C. 
Vice, Kate (Owens) 
Vice, Jordon 
Ward, W. 
Westover, L. P. 
Wilson, J. F. 
Wilson, W. L. 

1917 
E. A. Obedience (black) 
Clark, Vergil 
Martin, Ed 
Parsons, D. F. 
Powell, E. G. 
(Bozarth Children) 
Shaver, Dave 

1918 
Buchanon, 0. 
Burton, I. 
Campbell, J. M. 
Day, Ocie 
Hallock, W. F. 
Henderson, P. (lived w/ Miller Family) 
Wallace, J. 
Barnett, Maria 
Brocaw, Nellie 
Chappell, J. H. 
Cox, Archie 
Flanigan, E. 
Guinn, H. F. 
Gentry, J. H. 
Hutchison, Dan 
Ingram, Elmer 
Jordan, Ellar 
Kimball, Geo. 
Miller, Charlie 
Mitchell, Fred 
Webster, M. Y. 

1919 
Butler, A. F. 
Coleman, W. G. 
Cox, Archie 
Denney, L. J. 
Guinn, H. F. (Casper Children) 
Hodge, E. D. 
Ingram. A. 
Johnson, S. 
Kimbel, G. W. 
Stice, Dewy 
Taber, 0. 
Taylor, A. M. 
Tayler, Frances 
Tidwell, E. J. 
Webster, F. P. 

1920 
Denny, L. J. 
Stice, Dewey 

1921 
Arbuckle, W. 
Barnett, S. 
Campbell, R. L. 
Bolerjack Children with Campbell 
Dotson, D. (Garrison Children) 
Gladden, A. C.
Gray, W. A.
Haley, M. C.
Hodge, E. D.
Howser, J. A.
Hutchinson, W. W.
(Udell Brown with Hutchinsons)
Johnson, S. (Staulin children)
Murphy, E.
McDaniel, I. F.
Richardson, C. C.
Webster, Ed. (John McLain stepson)
Webster, John A. (Everett George stepson)

1922
Allen, O.
Allen, E.
Cabe, J.
Colter, H.
Edgar, Fred
Green, E.
Gray, Orval
Haley, C.
Hagar, A.
Moore, L.
Stafford, A.
Suggs, F.

1923
Hicks, Oliver
Kizzier, C. J.
Kelley, H. B.
Parks, A.
Smith, C.

1924
Anderson, Co. O.
Hallock, C. C.
Ward, N.

1925
Beauford
Coombs
Haskell
James
Mabry
Sherman
Simon
Stinson
Sharp
Williams

1926
Benton
Burkett
Bates
Dunham
Debose
Ellis
Ritter
Schofield
Warren
Waterfield

1927
Arnold
Brown
Black
Burton
Danfin
Pickett
Wakely

1928
Aycock
Foc
Debose
Haws
Pounds
Reece
Stidham
Wilbanks

1929
Allen
Danfin
Goman
Hoover
Humphrey
Pruett
Sayers
Weeden

1930
Davidson
McElfresh
Strong

1931
Baker
Guinn
Heiney
Mason

1932 
Hegard 
Overmann 
Redus 
Reagan 
Tackett 

1933 
McLaughlin 
Perry, Chris
Reynolds 

1934
No new ones 

1935 
Iry, Geo. 
Ogburn, 0. L. 
Smith, Earl 

1936 
Osborn 

1937 
Barger 
Killough 

1938 
Vandeivier 

1939
House 
Kirkpatrick 
Starling 

1940 
Chidfress 
Harris 
Helm 
Haws 
Hickman 

1941
No new ones 

1942 
Bennett 
Eyestone 
Howser 
Harris 
Killough 
Thronsberry 
Simon 
Stinson 
Sharp 
Williams 

1943  
Bates
Place  
Robertson
Sullivan

1944  
Greenfield
Taylor
C. R. Miller (son  
of Charlie)

1945
Archer
Campbell

1946  
Ivy  
Powers   
Spruell  

1947   
Hargrove  
Powers
Yarbro

1948
Manning

1949  
No new ones  

1950   
Beecher
Nichols

1951  
Lofton
Wakley  

1952
Elliott  
Rackley  
Sims  
Theis  

1953  
No new ones

1954  
No new ones

1955  
No new ones  

1956  
Gaylord  
Sparks  

1957
No New ones

1958
Simpson
Williams

1959
Taber

1960
McClure  
Wilkins

1961 
Closed

At first I thought I would list names of all children who went to school at Oak Grove but discovered it would take days to do this so decided to list just family names of people who had children attending school while they were in the district. 

From 1925 there were no initials of parents shown and although I know some of them I decided to just copy the records as they were shown. 

I taught at Oak Grove from 1934 through the school year of 1937. 

The black children went to Blue District #47. The blacks in the area were nice people and I am sorry there had to be segregation. I especially remember Earnest Obedience who always came to our weiner roasts and recited Lincoln's Gettysburg Address for us. This was when I was very young. He was a very good man. 

Eunice (Goble) Manning 

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