≡ Menu

Archives: Mary Ann Matthews & Thomas Fulton Cauble

Family Photo: Matthews/Cauble

Thomas Fulton Cauble E3 (01 September 1846 Tyler County, Texas-11 February 1940 McLennan County, Texas, of senile exhaustion following hip fracture; buried Bell Cemetery, Hill County, Texas), a son of Sarah E. Green and Isaac Butler Cauble, was a farmer and a Confederate veteran of the Civil War. On 17 January 1873, Thomas Fulton Cauble married Mary Ann Matthews (October 1852 Texas-17 April 1933 probably in Hill County, Texas) in McLennan County. The couple had nine children, seven of whom were living on 06 May 1910. Mary Matthews and Thomas Fulton Cauble lived out their lives in McLennan and Hill counties of Texas. Note that Mary Ann was buried without a headstone, but there was a death certificate. Martha said the death certificate stated she was buried in Bell [or Vaughn, the earlier name] Cemetery.

[Thomas F. Cauble entry, Registrar’s No. 4389, Standard Certificate of Death, Bureau of Vital Statistics, Austin, Texas; Approved Applications for Texas Confederate Pensions 6:50671, Texas State Library, Austin, Texas; McLennan County, Texas Marriage Book 1:132; Tom Cauble household, 1880 U. S. census, McLennan County, Texas, population schedule, ED 108, SD 4, sheet 122, page 23, line 37, dwelling 215, family 216, 19 June 1880, Family History Library roll 1255318; T. F. Cauble household, 1900 U. S. census, Hill County, Texas, population schedule, Precinct 7, ED 50, SD 6, sheet 1, page 1, line 78, dwelling 19, family 19, 02 June 1900, NARA T623, roll 1645; Thomas Cauble household, 1910 U. S. census, Hill County, Texas, population schedule, Precinct 7, Aquilla town, ED 172, SD 5, sheet 17A, page 134, line 45, dwelling 308, family 321, 05 May 1910, NARA T624, roll 1564; Tom F. Cauble household, 1920 U. S. census, Hill County, Texas, population schedule, Precinct 7, ED 59, SD 6, sheet 3, line 12, dwelling 45, family 47, 05 January 1920, NARA T625, roll 1819; B. B. Paddock, A History of Central and Western Texas, Vol. 2 (Chicago: The Lewis Publishing Company, 1911), 513-514]

— Photo supplied by Tommye Jo Milstead Denson E3511