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TINNEY CHAPEL, TX

TINNEY CHAPEL, TEXAS . Tinney Chapel, a church community on a dirt road off Farm Road 312 two miles ... was established sometime after 1886 by the William Ambrose Tinney family from Alabama. Tinney was said to have had at least eighteen ...

TSHA Handbook Online Article - jbrown - 06/15/2010 - 22:31 - 0 attachments

MCMAHAN, TX

... County. The land was part of a grant made to Ambrose Tinney in June 1832; other settlers began arriving in the early 1840s. Wildcat ... was associated with a saloon on the opposite side of Tinney Creek. The postal authorities granted a post office to the community in ...

TSHA Handbook Online Article - jbrown - 06/15/2010 - 19:20 - 0 attachments

CALDWELL COUNTY

... parts of the county. One exception was the McMahan area on Tinney Creek in eastern Caldwell County, which was settled in the late 1830s. ... in 1852, and a Primitive Baptist church organized at Tinney Creek in 1852. By 1870 the county had eleven churches: five Baptist, two ...

TSHA Handbook Online Article - jbrown - 06/12/2010 - 17:11 - 0 attachments

NOLEDA, TX

... the town was no longer shown on maps of the area, and the Tinney Piedras Pintas cemetery was all that remained of Noleda in 1990. ...

TSHA Handbook Online Article - jbrown - 06/15/2010 - 20:12 - 0 attachments

MOSES, JOHN WILLIAMSON

... overturned: John Buckley was elected sheriff, William H. Tinney displaced Rufus B. Glover as district clerk, and Vidal GarcĂ­a displaced ...

TSHA Handbook Online Article - jbrown - 06/15/2010 - 19:57 - 0 attachments