Submitted by Tad Bailey

Marilyn Corder to speak at TAGHS January Meeting

January 16, 2017 - Though she wasn't born in Timpson, long-time civic leader Marilyn Corder has deep roots here. Well-known for her work as Frontier Days Co-ordinator, Mrs. Corder also has served on the Chamber of  Commerce, Library Board, and as a TAGHS officer, as well as being active in her church. Born Marilyn Hudson, she will talk about her Timpson heritage through the Hudson and Bates families at the January 18 meeting of the Timpson Area Genealogical and Heritage Society.

Paul Hancock Shares Pre-Timpson History with TAGHS

November 18, 2016 - Though he has lived in Tyler for the past 50 or 60 years, Paul Hancock still has a clear recollection of his early years in Timpson...and beyond. Speaking to the Timpson Area Genealogical and Heritage Society's November 16 meeting, Hancock put his lifelong interest in history and his former career as a history teacher to full use as he shared old photographs and rattled off names, dates, and family relationships from the days before Timpson was established.


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