Robert & Minerva Baker Family, Andice, Texas
Lucille Smith, portrait at 17, ca. 1918
Funeral [Casket] of William Wilson Howland in 1946
Lowel & Wade Howland on front porch, ca. 1930's, Andice,
Howland Farm House ca. 1915, Andice, Texas
Norman Whitfield, Andice, Texas, ca. 1924, son of "Uncle Will and Aunt Lula" Whitfield
Ruby Howland and friend, at Howland Farm. Andice, Texas
Lula Pearl [Smith] Howland and baby son, William Eugene Howland, ca. 1919, Howland Farm, Andice, Texas
Two soldiers during WWII, l-r: Gene Howland and Grady Howland at parents home, Will and Lula Howland, Andice, Texas
l-r: Lula Howland, Ruby Howland holding Martha Howland, William Wilson Howland holding puppy. ca. 1946
WWII Army Air Corp Pilot William Eugene Howland from Andice, Texas
Businesses in 1929
Dorothy Fisher [Sauls], age 18, riding a longhorn bull at the Elzie Fisher farm
Augusta "Gus" Fisher w/ old faithful dog, "Ole Blue" ca. 1920's at George Fisher's home on Sunset Lane, east of Andice, Texas.
Hog Butchering, Pat Osuna at Dunlop Place, Andice, Texas. ca. 1949
Bethel Baker, son of Robert Zebulon Baker and Minerva Ellen "Bea" Swindle Baker. He was one of two boys and nine girls in the family. Bethel Baker married Leah Landry in the late 1920's. They had no children, but dozens of nieces and nephews. He farmed the family farm [the Baker Place] of about 200 acres on the North San Gabriel River between Andice and Liberty Hill until 1956 when the Great Drought of the 1950's reached its climax. He was not able to make a crop in over two years. Until the end, he farmed with mules. His father had told him that he thought the tractors were not good for the soil.
Mr & Mrs. John F Stapp and Mae Stapp in Wagon w/ Horses - Gus & Ben Jacob's R & W Store [1932-1974] in background. Andice, Texas, ca. 1930's
Wade Howland with dog "Ossie" & gun, ca 1930's, Andice, Texas
Gus Fisher with his children
Grandchildren of Gus Fisher, son 4th from left in the middle is Emizie "Hamp" Fisher, ca. 1930's
Bertha & Elzie Fisher 57th Anniversary
Dot-100 years old on Christmas Day with Willie Jones Dailey
Fisher Family, children of Ausust and Sally fisher, l-r: Sam, Sally, George, Robert, Mary Fhsier William, Joies, Elzie and A.B. Fisher
Gus [b. 1845] and Seley [b. 1859] Chapman Fisher and family, near Andice, Texas. ca. 1900's. Gus Fisher had been a slave in Arkansas. Gus, son of Joe Fisher, was half brother of the famous King Fisher. Gus came to Texas at age 9 with the Joe Fisher Family.
Primitive Baptist Preachers in cart and riding oxen
Rock House Community School, Andice, Texas, ca. 1920's
l-r: Ruby Howland, Helen Howland with little girl Connie Howland, Lula
Howland, ca.1951, Andice, Texas
War Time Wedding, WWII, Veron Douglas Dunlop and Imogene King,
These fellow had a snake roundup, apparently a very successful one. North San Gabriel River, ca. 1930's.
Madge McCormick Smith "Cowgirl" of Florence-Andice, Texas, July
William Miles Howland as a
boy on pony
Emzie Fisher fixing a fence near Andice, Texas
William Wilson Howland in overalls and hat, holding the mules "Kit" and "Buck". Mule "Jack" in lot, son Eugene Howland holding the mare "Trixie", son Grady Howland behind "Trixie's" colt. Andice, Texas, ca. 1930's
Young boy with big hat is Grady Howland, man in overalls and hat, holding colt is William Wilson Howland, boy facing colt is Eugene Howland on Howland Farm, Andice, Texas, ca.1930's
Connie Howland Kanetzky and her father Grady Howland, with Jersey Cow named "Pet" from the Pet Milk Company. Andice, Texas, ca.1930's
William Wilson and Lula Howland with chickens, Howland Farm,
Baptizing in river, Gabriel Mills, near Andice, Texas
Mount Horeb Methodist Church, built 1854, used as church ca. 1927, moved to Mahomet. It was still used as church, until it was torn down in 1940, Gabriel Mills, near Andice, Texas
Charles and Gene Fisher with goats at the Fisher farm at Andice/Florence. The Fisher family led by Gus Fisher, a former slave in Arkansas, is one of the earliest and most noted Black Families in the county.
Bell Anderson Bowen and Charles Bowen with horse
Andice, Texas, ca. 1924
Emilee Baker Love in Wedding Dress 1/1/35 beside car.
Six Baker children at a
reunion, Andice, Texas,
Merle Maness. Granddaughter of Zebulon & Bea Baker.
Seymour School Class, Andice, Texas, ca. 1910
Uriah Anderson's Grandchildren. Andice, Texas