My Hash Family
1900 Bell County, Texas Census ED 36 Sheet 4A Line 10
1910 Reed, Greer County, Oklahoma School Records
John Hash age 17
May Hash age 14
Ray Hash age 14
1910 Palo Pinto County, Texas Census ED 193 Sheet 234 Line14
1912 Greer County, Oklahoma Tax Records
1913 Greer County, Oklahoma Tax Records
(1913 Tax Record states that L. W. Hash left the County)
Hash, J. P. ; Hash, H. T. ; Hash, L. W.
1920 Grady County,Oklahoma Census ED 194 Sheet 5A Line 36
Greer County, Oklahoma Marriages
12 Sep 1912 Jobe Phillip Hash and Tennie Viola Ritter Bk 6B Pg 294
10 Mar 1920 Henry Thomas Hash and Adelia McDuff Bk 8 Pg 393
Birth Records from Bell County, Texas
Henry Thomas Hash Vol. 21 Pg. 475
(with letter written 22 May 1946 Mangum, OK: H. T. Hash)
Mary Elizabeth Hash Vol. 20 Pg. 575
Ruby L. Hash Vol. 20 Pg. 557
Maggie L. Hash Vol. 21 Pg. 16
22 May 1946
County Judge of Bell County
In re: Birth registration for Henry Thomas Hash
P. O. Box 494, Mangum, Oklahoma
An Application will be presented to you to approve a
birth registration for the above gentleman born in your county
August 15, 1890, but a resident of this county ever since 1902.
I have known him ever since 1902 and knew both his parents before him,
though both are now deceased.
It is signed by E. W. Reeves, 76 years of age - long a
jailor and deputy sheriff here, a resident of this city since 1888 and
one of these kind of men who gets acquainted with every man, woman and
child that has ever lived in the county any length of time. L. W. Hash
during his life time was a peace officer with Reeves, and Reeves knows
registrant and his parents well.
I understand that Frank Hash, a resident of your county
is an uncle of the registrant and lives at Kellene.
It is corroborated by J. M. Caddell, 84 years of age
Justice of the Peace here, born in Denton County, but a residnet
of this city about 50 years.
I have known all parties many years, and can assure you
all are credible; that the statements in this application are the
truth; that with my knowledge of the registrant and the two witnesses
if presented to me, and it were proper for me to do so, I would
approve it. I also trust you can approve.
A P O Money Order for $1.50 payable to your clerk
will be enclosed, and if approved by you will you please have your
mail Mr Hash an official birth certificate in the
addressed, stamped envelope enclosed.
Yours Very Truly,
County Judge of Greer County, Oklahoma
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