Jean Elizabeth Chapman


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Harvey Michael Bashor Sr. was born July 23, 1918, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, and died September 6, 1954, at John Sealy Hospital, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, at age 36. Buried in Galveston Memorial Park, Hitchcock, Galveston Co., TX. He is the son of Michael Henry Bashor of Jonesboro, TN, and Tennie E. Edzards of Paris, Lamar Co., TX.

Jean Elizabeth Chapman was born April 25, 1919, at 1718 Avenue G, 3rd Ward, City of Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, and died April 13, 1988, in Houston, Harris Co., TX, at age 70. Buried in Galveston Memorial Park, Hitchcock, Galveston Co., TX. She is the daughter of Willoughby Joseph Chapman of Sheepwash, Devonshire, England, and Dora Agnes Bickett of Xenia, Xenia Twp., Greene Co., OH.

Harvey Michael Bashor Sr. (age 22) and Jean Elizabeth Chapman (age 21) were married September 30, 1940, at Central Methodist Church, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX.

Harvey Michael Bashor Sr. and Jean Elizabeth (Chapman) Bashor had three children:

  1. Joan Elizabeth Bashor: Born July 25, 1941, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX. Married (1) April 25, 1964, at Central Methodist Church, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, to Clyde Morgan "Mike" Trout: Born January 14, 1940, in Galveston Co., TX; Died April 27, 2009, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX (age 69). Buried in Mountain Valley Cemetery, Comal Co., TX. Divorced March 21, 1984, in Comal Co., TX. Married (2) June 7, 1986, in Harris Co., TX, to Trinidad M. Mancillas Jr.: Born January 13, 1937, in Brooks Co., TX.
  2. Harvey Michael "Mickey" Bashor Jr.: Born January 7, 1943, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX; Died August 24, 2003, in UTMB Hospital, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX (age 60). Buried in Galveston Memorial Park, Hitchcock, Galveston Co., TX. Married about 1965 to Beverly A. Benavides: Born December 18, 1944, in Galveston Co., TX.
  3. Tobe Joseph Bashor Sr.: Born December 22, 1944, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX. Married (1) June 4, 1966, at Central Methodist Church, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, to Cherie Patricia (Ryan) (Yates) Armbrister: Born February 16, 1948, in Unknown. Divorced November 1, 1974, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX. Married (2) February 23, 1980, in Harris Co., TX, to Margaret Dianne Lambert: Born February 2, 1957, in Houston, Harris Co., TX.  Cherie then married Lawrence Wayne "Larry" Woitena: Born September 26, 1951, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX. Larry was first married April 26, 1969, in Brazoria Co., TX, to Tommie La Juan Plaster: Born February 11, 1950, in Walker Co., TX. Divorced. Larry then married September 18, 1976, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, to Cynthia Ann Hamilton: Born September 18, 1959, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX. Divorced August 18, 1978, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX. Larry then married September 27, 1980, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, to Amelia Mae Kershaw: Born July 8, 1946, in Chambers Co., TX. Divorced November 13, 1984, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX. Larry then married March 20, 1986, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, to Donna Marie Herrera: Born December 7, 1961, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX. Divorced February 23, 1988,  in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX.



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Harvey Michael Bashor Sr. is buried in Galveston Memorial Park, Hitchcock, Galveston Co., TX. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making this image available.


Jean Elizabeth (Chapman) Bashor is buried in Galveston Memorial Park, Hitchcock, Galveston Co., TX. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making this image available.


Harvey Michael "Mickey" Bashor Jr. is buried in Galveston Memorial Park, Hitchcock, Galveston Co., TX. Thanks to Find-A-Grave for making this image available.


The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 16, 1910, shows Geo. M. Bickett (age 57) born in Ohio to Ohio-born parents and married for 35 years is a Plumber in a Shop and living in his own home at 242 South Chestnut Street, Xenia, Xenia Twp., Greene Co., OH. Living with him is his wife Ruth E. Bickett (age 56) born in Ohio to New York-born parents, with 5 of her 6 children still alive. Also living at home are all five of the living children, all unmarried and born in Ohio: Arnold R. Bickett (age 34) and not employed and can not read or write; Maud F. Bickett (age 32) and not employed; LeRoy M. Bickett (age 26) is a employed in tire repairing in a shop; Earl M. Bickett (age 24) and not employed; and Agnes Bickett (age 21) who is a school teacher in a public school.

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 25, 1910, shown Willoughby J. Chapman (age 49) born in England to English parents and emigrating in 1871 is a dealer in fish and oysters living at 3504 Avenue O, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX. Living with him is his wife of 14 years, Francis Chapman (age 44) born in Iowa to New York and Georgia-born parents, who has one child of the three born to her still living. Also there is their daughter, Dorothy Chapman (age 7) born in Texas to England and Iowa-born parents.

The 1910 U. S. Census taken on April 25, 1910, shows Samuel Coolway (age 65) born in England to English-born parents and having emigrated in 1869 and a Naturalized citizen is a Carpenter Contractor renting his home at 99 West Locust Street, 2nd Ward, City of Newark, Newark Twp., Licking Co., OH. Living with him is his second wife, of four years, Rose Chapman (age 47) born in England to English-born parents and having emigrated in 1871, and is her first marriage. Also living there is his widowed mother-in-law, Bessie M. Chapman (age 73) born in England to English-born parents and having emigrated in 1871, with 5 of the 8 children born to her still living; his widowed sister-in-law, Anna D. Burch (age 42) born in England to English-born parents and having emigrated in 1871, with 2 of the 3 children born to her still living, who is a Books Sales Lady; his niece, Bernice D. Burch (age 9) born in Montana to United States and English-born parents; his widowed sister-in-law, Bessie M. Carothers (age 35) born in Missouri to English-born parents, with both of the children born to her still alive; and his niece, Francis H. Carothers (age 8) born in Illinois to Missouri-born parents.

Francis Williams "Fannie" (Waters) (Thompson) (Fletcher) Chapman died September 23, 1917, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, at age 62.


The Galveston Daily News, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, Tuesday, September 25, 1917

Mortuary Record

WOMAN CIVIC WORKER IS DEAD

Mrs. Fannie W. Chapman Was Prominent in Social Life.

The funeral of Mrs. Fannie W. Chapman, wife of Willoughby J. Chapman, who died at 11 o'clock Sunday night at the family residence, 1718 Avenue G, was held yesterday afternoon at the home. Mrs. Chapman was a descendant of the old Everett family of Georgia, but was born in Muscatine, Iowa. Mrs. Chapman came to Galveston in 1889, and the following year married W. J. Chapman, a business man of this city. She was prominently connected with the social life of this city, having taken an active part in the work of the Women's Health Protective Association, and was a devout worker in the Episcopal Church as a member of the Trinity Episcopal Church here. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the residence, Rev. George B. Norton, formerly pastor of St. Mark's Episcopal Church of Beaumont, officiating. George M. Murray, Bonneau Murray, W. E. Grover, E. J. Pettibone, V. L. Bautard and H. T. Adriance were pallbearers. Interment was in the Episcopal Cemetery.


Willoughby and Agnes were married on July 15, 1918, at the home of the officiating clergyman, the Rev. D. D. Dodds, on East Market street, Xenia, Greene Co., OH.


The Evening Gazette, Xenia, Greene Co., OH, Tuesday, July 16, 1918

Local Items

Marriage License - Willoughby  J. Chapman, 45, Galveston, Texas, a merchant, and D. Agness Bickett, 30, bookkeeper. Rev. D. D. Dodds.


The Evening Gazette, Xenia, Greene Co., OH, Tuesday, July 16, 1918

MISS AGNES BICKETT WEDS A TEXAS MAN

Miss D. Agnes Bickett, daughter of Mrs. George Bickett of Yellow Springs, became the bride of Willoughby J. Chapman of Galveston, Texas, Monday, the quiet service taking place at the home of the officiating clergyman, the Rev. D. D. Dodds, on East Market street. The bridal pair was unattended. The bride wore a tailored suit in taupe. Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Chapman started for Cleveland, and they will visit Mr. Chapman's mother and sisters in that city and Akron. They expect to be in Yellow Springs for a short visit before going to their home in Galveston. Mr. Chapman, who is an Englishman by birth, is a wholesale grocer and dealer in ship supplies at Galveston. Mrs. Chapman has been in Milwaukee for the past year, having been engaged there as bookkeeper for The Petley Rubber Manufacturing Company. She came home two weeks ago to prepare for her marriage.


Harvey Michael Bashor Sr. was born July 23, 1918, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX.

Jean Elizabeth Chapman was born April 25, 1919, at 1718 Avenue G, 3rd Ward, City of Galveston, Galveston Co., TX.


Jean Elizabeth Chapman Birth Certificate.


The Galveston Daily News, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, Tuesday, June 17, 1919

Social News

Mrs. Ruth Bickett who has been visiting  her daughter, Mrs. Willoughby Chapman, 1718 Avenue G, will return today to her home at Yellow Springs, Ohio. Mrs. Chapman, Miss Dorothy Chapman, and little Miss Jean Elizabeth Chapman will accompany her and will spend the summer at Yellow Springs and Akron, Ohio, where they will visit Mr. Chapman's sisters, Mr. Chapman will join them later to accompany them home.


The Xenia Evening Gazette, Xenia, Greene Co., OH, Tuesday, September 2, 1919

YELLOW SPRINGS

Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Chapman and daughters, Dorothy and Jean Elizabeth, left Thursday for their home in Galvaston, Texas, after spending the summer with Mrs. Chapman's mother, Mrs. George Bickett.


The 1920 U. S. Census taken on January 7, 1920, shows W. J. Chapman (age 59) born in England to English-born parents and a Naturalized citizen is the Manager of Gulf Fishering living in the City of Galveston, Galveston Co., TX. Living with him is his wife, Agnes Chapman (age 32) born in Ohio to Ohio-born parents.  Also living there is W. J. Chapman's unmarried daughter, Dorothy Chapman (age 17) born in Texas to England and Ohio-born parents. Also living there is W. J. Chapman's daughter, Jean Chapman (age 9/12) born in Texas to Texas and Ohio-born parents. There is also a servant living in the household.


The Galveston Daily News, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, Friday, July 2, 1920

Social News

Mr. and Mrs. Willoughby J. Chapman and Baby Jean Elizabeth left yesterday for Yellow Springs, Ohio, to visit Mrs. Chapman's mother and sisters at Akron, Ohio. Mrs. Chapman and baby will spend the summer months with Mrs. Bickett at Yellow Springs, Mr. Chapman returning home the latter part of July after attending to some business matters.


The Galveston Daily News, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, Sunday, September 25, 1921

CHAPMAN BUYS BUILDING USED AS SHIP CHANDLERY

W. J. Chapman has purchased from T. L. Cross the three-story building at 2014-16 Strand, occupied by Mr. Chapman's ship chandlery business, it was announced yesterday. The consideration was $12,000. The building, known as the Hendley building, has been used as a ship chandler's store continuously for the past thirty-seven years. Mr. Chapman has been in business there for five years.


The Galveston Daily News, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, Thursday, November 2, 1922

Social News

Willoughby J. Chapman returned yesterday from an extended trip to New York, Akron, Springfield and Yellow Springs. Mrs. Chapman and children, Jean Elizabeth and Robert Alfred, will remain for a longer visit with Mr. Chapman's mother in Yellow Springs.


Willoughby Joseph Chapman died January 28, 1926, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, at age 65.


The Galveston Daily News, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, Friday, January 29, 1926

Chandler Dies

WILLOUGHBY J. CHAPMAN, ship chandler, died yesterday evening at 6 o'clock at his home, 2124 Avenue N. Death came suddenly and was attributed to heart failure. Mr. Chapman was prominent in shipping circles and was conducting a ship chandlery and manufacturer's agent business at the time of his death. He was also owner of Bettison's fishing pier. He was 66 years old and had resided in this city for the greater part of his life. Born in Devonshire, England, Mr. Chapman came to America as a youth and resided for some time in Missouri. He came to Galveston more than fifty-three years ago. When the Wells Fargo Express Company opened its first office here in 1888, Mr. Chapman was appointed agent. Until recently he was receiver of the Gulf Fisheries. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Agnes B. Chapmen; two small children, Jean and Bobby; one brother, A. D. Chapman of Ridgefield Park, N. J., and three sisters, Mrs. Rose Woolwny, Mrs. D. M. Carothers and Mrs. Anna Meek, all of Akron, Ohio. Funeral arrangements will be announced later.


The Galveston Daily News, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, Wednesday, February 3, 1926

SHIP CHANDLERY BUSINESS AND FISHING PIER WILL BE CONTINUED AS HERETOFORE

The business of W. J. Chapman, ship chandler, who died last week, will be continued as in the past, according to information given out yesterday by Mrs. Chapman. As the business demands additional lines and help will be added to the force, she said. Bettison's fishing pier will also be continued as formerly, with all concessions being handled by the one company, Mrs. Chapman said. Old Black Joe, who has been at the pier for a number of years, will continue to hold down his same position.


The 1930 U. S. Census taken on April 9, 1930, shows Agnes B. Chapman (age 50) born in Ohio to Ohio-born parents is a widow owning her own home valued at $6,000 is the Operating Manager of a Fishing Pier and is living at 1314 24th Street, City of Galveston, Galveston Co., TX. Living with her are her two children, both born in Texas to England and Ohio-born parents: Jean E. Chapman (age 10); and Robert A. Chapman (age 7). Also living there is Agnes Bickett's unmarried and unemployed brother; Earl Bickett (age 44) born in Ohio to Ohio-born parents.

The 1940 U. S. Census taken on April 23, 1940, shows Agnes B. Chapman (age 51) born in Ohio, and 5 years ago was living in the Same House, and with 2 years of College, is a widowed Owner and Operator of a Fishing Pier who owns her home worth $6,000 and is living at 1314 24th Street, 9th Ward, City of Galveston, Galveston Co., TX. Living with her are: her unmarried daughter, Jean Chapman (age 20) born in Texas, and 5 years ago was living in the Same House, and with 4 years of High School; her unmarried son, Robert Chapman (age 17) born in Texas, and 5 years ago was living in the Same House, and with 4 years of High School; and her unmarried brother, Earl Bickett (age 54) born in Ohio, and 5 years ago was living in the Same House, and with 5 years of School.

Harvey Michael Bashor Sr. (age 22) and Jean Elizabeth Chapman (age 21) were married September 30, 1940, at Central Methodist Church, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX.

Dora Agnes (Bickett) Chapman died May 15, 1954, in Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, at age 65.

Dora Agnes (Bickett) Chapman

Robert A. Chapman, Dora Agnes (Bickett) Chapman, Jean E. Chapman, taken for an article in The Galveston Daily News, Friday, March 17, 1939.

Rear: Unknown, Dora Agnes (Bickett) Chapman, Unknown; Front: Bobby Chapman, Jean Chapman

Rear: Unknown, Unknown, Unknown, Dora Agnes (Bickett) Chapman, Unknown; Front: Unknown, Jean Chapman, Bobby Chapman. Picture probably taken at Galveston Beach, TX, about 1930?


Galveston Coastal News, Friday, June 25, 1937

To the right are a group of visitors from Wisconsin, who have been spending the week here as the guests of Mrs. W. J. Chapman and daughter, Miss Jean Chapman. Miss Ruth Bickett, standing, and Miss Helen Bickett, seated on the top step, are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bickett of Watertown, Wis., and the nieces of Mrs. Chapman. They were accompanied by Miss Doris Kaddatz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Kaddatz, of Watertown, who is seated on the lowest step. Miss Chapman who is pictured with the group will accompany them when they leave. They will spend a few days in New Orleans before returning home.


The Galveston Daily News, Galveston, TX, Saturday, July 26, 1941

SOCIETY

Birth Announcement.

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bashor, 4710 Alamo Drive, announce the birth of a daughter, Joan Elizabeth, yesterday afternoon at John Sealy Hospital. The baby is the granddaughter of Mrs. W. J. Chapman and Mrs. H. M. Bashor.


The Galveston Daily News, Galveston, TX, Monday, May 17, 1954

Rites Set Today For Mrs. Chapman

Services for Mrs. Agnes B. Chapman, 65, who died at Schneider's Nursing Home at 1103 29th street early Saturday, are scheduled at 4 p.m. Monday at Malloy & Sons funeral home. The Rev. Garnet House, Central Methodist Church pastor, will officiate. Mrs. Chapman, widow of the late Willoughby J. Chapman, was for many years owner and operator of the Bettison fishing pier. She was a Galveston resident 36 years. Surviving are: a daughter and son, Mrs. Harvey M. Bashor and Robert A. Chapman, Galveston; brother, L. M. Bickett of Watertown, Wisc., six grandchildren and other relatives. Burial will be in Galveston Memorial Park. Pallbearers: A. J. Bisaillon, W. H. White, Jeff Huddleston, W. E. Greer, Harry Melcer and W. M. Smith.


The Galveston Daily News, Galveston, TX, Wednesday, September 8, 1954

Harvey Bashor Rites Today

Funeral services for Harvey Michael Bashor, 36, life-long resident of Galveston, will be held at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Malloy & Son funeral home with the Rev. Garnet House of the Central Methodist Church officiating. Burial will be in Galveston Memorial Park. Mr. Bashor died Monday in John Sealy hospital following a long illness. Formerly employed by the Pan American Refinery in Texas City, he resided at 5501 Menard street, and was on the board of stewards of the Central Methodist Church. Pallbearers will be R. P. Peyton, W. H. White, Riley LeFevers, Walter Beard, George Bertchler and Harvey Williams. Honorary pallbearers will be members of the board of stewards of Central Methodist Church.


Robert Chapman and Unknown (possibly Edwin Zubke). Picture taken at the Le-Ki-Re Ranch in 1953/1954.

The Le-Ki-Re Ranch Feed Mill truck when it was new. Left to Right: Tobe Bashor, John Chapman, Mickey Bashor and Paul Chapman. Picture taken in Watertown, WI.

John Chapman, 1953, Watertown, WI

Anne Chapman and Robert Chapman, 1954, Watertown, WI

The house as it looked when the Chapmans and the Bashors rented it from 1953 to 1954, located at 749 N. Church St., Watertown, Dodge Co., WI. 

The house as it looked during demolition in December 2006, located at 749 N. Church St., Watertown, Dodge Co., WI. 

The original Schurz home was built by Carl Schurz in the 1850s on a hill overlooking the Rock River. It was located off of North Church Street on the property of the recently-sold Karlshuegel Bed and Breakfast, 749 N. Church St. The hill on which Schurz built his home was known as Karlshuegel which was German for Carl's Hill. That's why the bed and breakfast, when owned by Cy and Judy Quam, used that name. 

The original home was an elaborate mansion with a great deal of fretwork around the porch roof which spanned the front and side of the house. It gave the home a distinctive, lacy look. Schurz used his home for many social gatherings and it remained standing until 1915 when it was destroyed by fire. The property on which the home was located was bordered by an old spur line of the old Chicago and North Western tracks (now Union Pacific) which crossed Silver Creek skating pond and then traveled south nearly to Cady Street.

Watertown's Most Famous Couple 

Although Carl and Margarethe Schurz lived in Watertown for only a brief time, they are considered one of that city's more famous couples. "Carl Schurz of Wisconsin" soon became a nationally known liberal statesman, publicist and journalist. 

The Schurz's immigrated from Germany during the political upheaval there and arrived in New York in 1852. In order to begin in­creasing the state population, the Wisconsin Legislature sent a "Com­missioner of Emigration" to New York to get the "foreigners" in­terested in settling in the newly created State of Wisconsin. Carl Schurz was among those Germans interested in looking over the land. His first trip to Watertown was in the fall of 1854. He was soon writing back to Margarethe to see how she felt about moving west. He soon bought some property outside of Watertown (Schurz foresaw that Watertown would one day be a potential rail center and would thus greatly increase the city's population) which he named Karlshuegel or "Carl's Hill". The Schurzes finally settled in Watertown during the summer of 1856. Shortly after their arrival, Margarethe, who was a trained Kindergarten teacher, founded the first such school in America. Today this little one-story frame building has been faithfully restored and rests on the Octagon House grounds and serves as a fitting memorial to her efforts. Margarethe died in 1876 at the age of 43. She was survived by her husband; two daughters Agatha and Marianna; and two sons, Carl and Herbert. 

Carl Schurz, always an energetic, ambitious and politically active man, served as U. S. Minister to Spain (1861); served in the Civil War until the end; was elected to the U. S. Senate from his adopted State of Missouri (1869 to 1875); and was Secretary of the Interior (1877 to 1881) under President Hayes. He died in New York City in 1906. 

Plans in 1991 by Cy and Judy Quam to turn the Sweeney home at 749 N. Church St. into a bed and breakfast lodging operation brought back memories of the history of that property for local history buffs. That home is located on the land where Carl Schurz built his home back over a century ago. Schurz was one of the most distinguished of all Watertown 48ers. He came to a booming Watertown in 1853 and saw a grand future for the city.

He bought a farm of 89 acres on the northwest side of the city and built a huge German villa-type house, complete with gingerbread trim. His plans were to pay off the $8,500 mortgage by selling lots as the rapidly growing city expanded. Unfortunately, the depression of 1857 put an end to his hopes and it took him years to repay the debts.

It was back in 1915 that the home, at the time occupied by the Donahue family, burned to the ground. Jerome Donahue was a youngster back in 1915 when it burned.

His recollections were that the fire started about midnight when he and his whole family were sleeping. No one was hurt in the fire, but the home was completely destroyed. He said the family members had only the clothes on their backs when they found shelter from nearby neighbors. He said, "I can remember it was cold out, that we all had nightshirts on. That's what we wore in them days."

Jerome said he could remember the fire department had to pump water from a hydrant at the Fifth Ward Tavern. That was the closest one. He said, "My dad's brother (Jim Donahue) was there that night. There was a stove in the living room and my mother started a fire so there would be heat in that room. That's where he slept." In the house that night, in addition to Jerome and Jim were Jerome's brother Jim and his sisters, Constance, Loretta, Frances and Catherine. The family rented the house, and Jerome believes they lived there about six years before the fire. The family received many donations from friends in the community and relocated to a home on North Washington Street, later owned by Bill and Abby Potter.

After the new house was built, it was eventually known as the Pratt residence in the early 1950s, although they did not live there year round. Eventually it became the Baum residence, the Sweeney residence, the Coughlin residence, and the Quam residence. It became the Walsh residence, and was then purchased by a developer in December 2006 and the house demolished.


Watertown Daily Times, Watertown, WI, Thursday, December 7, 2006

 Historic property will get new use

A long-standing home on Carl Schurz Hill is razed Wednesday to make room for a planned condominium development on the site off North Church Street. Built around 1920 by the Pratt family, the building rests on the original foundation of a home constructed by German statesman Carl Schurz. The Schurz home, which was destroyed by fire in 1912, was also the site where Margarethe Schurz began the first kindergarten iin America before relocating to a downtown building. The Sweeney family raised their large family in the home for 38 years before the property was converted to a bed and breakfast business, The Karlshuegel Inn, in 1992. Developer Mike Martin plans to build 16 custom-built condominium duplexes on the 7 1/2 acres of land which overlook a back bay  of the Rock River.


Unidentified relatives; picture supplied by Anne (Chapman) Merillat


The Galveston County Daily News, Galveston, Galveston Co., TX, August 26, 2003

Harvey Michael Bashor, Jr.

GALVESTON - Harvey Michael Bashor, Jr., 60, passed away Sunday, August 24, 2003, at UTMB Hospital. He was born on January 7, 1943, in Galveston, Texas. He was a graduate of Ball High School and Texas A & M University. He served six years in the U.S. Navy - Lieut. J.G., Viet Nam Veteran. He made his home in Houston for 27 years. A licensed C.P.A., he served on the Texas State Board of Certified Public Accountants and Proctor for CPA Exams for ten years. He was employed in Oil & Gas Industries, in Houston, and eventually operated his own CPA practice. In recent years, he was Director of Finance and Development for Mt. Carmel High School in Houston. He and his family returned to Galveston in 1995 where he was employed as a Computer teacher for O'Connell High School. From 1997, until the present time, he has worked in Information Services for UTMB. While living in Houston, he served on the Board of Education for Catholic Schools in the Galveston/Houston Diocese, Chairman of St. Augustine School Board and served on the PTO. He was a Troup Leader for the Boy Scouts of America, and 3 year Chairman for St. Augustine Fall Bazaars. He joined the Knights of Columbus in Pasadena Council 3700 in 1983, and transferred to the Galveston Council when he returned to the Island in 1995. He was presently a Fourth Degree member of the Juan Diego Council #12500 at Sacred Heart Church, where he also served as Eucharistic Minister. While affiliated with the Knights of Columbus, his titles included "Financial Secretary of Council 787", " Past Faithful Navigator of the MSGR. Kirwin Assembly", and presently was "District Deputy of South Galveston County" and "Area Secretary of the Fourth Degree". Harvey's life revolved around his family, friends, Church and the Knights of Columbus. He is preceded in death by his parents Harvey & Jean Bashor. He is survived by his wife Beverly Benavides Bashor; son Harvey Michael Bashor, III and wife Kimberly; daughters Laurel Bashor and Michelle Bashor; granddaughter Taylor Bashor. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, August 26, 2003, at Sacred While affiliated with the Knights of Columbus, his titles included "Financial Secretary of Council 787", " Past Faithful Navigator of the MSGR. Kirwin Assembly", and presently was "District Deputy of South Galveston County" and "Area Secretary of the Fourth Degree". Harvey's life revolved around his family, friends, Church and the Knights of Columbus. He is preceded in death by his parents Harvey & Jean Bashor. He is survived by his wife Beverly Benavides Bashor; son Harvey Michael Bashor, III and wife Kimberly; daughters Laurel Bashor and Michelle Bashor; granddaughter Taylor Bashor. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, August 26, 2003, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. with a rosary to begin at 7p.m. with Deacon John Pistone officiating and with members of Juan Diego Council assisting. A funeral mass will be held on Wednesday, August 27, 2003, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church at 2 p.m. with Father Frank Fabj officiating and Father John LeBauve assisting. Interment will follow at Galveston Memorial Park Cemetery in Hitchcock, Texas. Pallbearers will be the Fellow Sir Knights of the MSGR Kirwin Assembly Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus. He was a devoted husband to Beverly for 38 years and his three children and granddaughter were the light of his life. The love and pride he felt for them showed in his smile. His happiest moments were the times spent making memories with them and his closest friends...and we will cherish these memories forever. J. Levy & Bro. Funeral Home.


Cherie Ryan Bashor married February 1989 in Galveston to Larry Wayne Woitena: Born September 26, 1951, in Galveston Co., TX; Unknown. Larry was previously married to several others, including Tommie LaJuan Plaster.

Benavides, Beverly                     12-18-1944   F   Florine Mildred Posner              Louis Benavides                    Galveston
 
 
Birth:  Jan. 14, 1940
Death:  Apr. 27, 2009
Galveston
Galveston County
Texas, USA

Clyde Morgan Trout

GALVESTON — Clyde Morgan Trout, best known as Mike, 69, of Galveston, Texas, died Monday, April 27, 2009.

He was survived by his sister Stormy Trout; his children Randy Trout, Beth Trout and Laura Goalen; as well as his grandchildren Caleb, Kendal, Colton, Kaeden, and Carson Trout, and Shaifer Goalen.

Graveside services will be held 2 p.m., Saturday May 2, 2009, at Mountain Valley Cemetery in Sattler, Texas.

In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to your local Red Cross.

Published May 1, 2009
Galveston Daily News

Social Security Death Index
Clyde Morgan Trout
14 Jan 1940 27 Apr 2009
77573 League City, Galveston, Texas