I do not have a Walter Wyly on my Charts- Maybe there was one. I do have
a Walton Wyly- so named for the Jesse Walton who left for Georgia Gold
Fields and let kin sell the Traveller's Rest (Stagecoach) Inn to James
Wyly and Sarah Clark , near Clarkesville , Ga. They sold it to the
Jarrett- Lucas families, who lived there until State of Georgia bought it
for a State Park. Check the Georgia Department of Natural Resources via
Google and see a photo of the inn as maintained today- Georgia's Smallest
State Park. It is used by local Colleges and Clemson U. for weekend
and summer classes on Horseshing, weaving, spinning, and such- Built
partially by 1812. they sell the book TRAVELLER'S REST INN AND THE
TUGALOO CROSSROADS , which includes Martin, Ward, Clark, Wallace,
Bradshaw, and many other Cherokeee and Anglo names.
Charles A. Wyly
On Tue, 24 May 2005 20:06:19 -0500 "Charles A. Wyly" <wyly1(a)juno.com>
Hi, Glenda sent some info. Did she send it to you off the Txerath
As you listed, Mildred Fulfer married William Vance Moring. he was a
brother to Wi
Granville Vern "Bunk" Moring, of Hanibal Hill area. Bunk was
Iola Lucille Wyly. Her father Walter Wyly who married Katherine
of Palo Pinto.
I have Wyly "Butch" Moring as youngest child of Bunk and Iola.
Then Glenn Moring, father of Glenda Moring who married G.W.
of Kingwood .
Glenda's brother is Guyton Moring of Plano.
Glen died in 1989 and his wife is now ill in Stephenville at age 83
Glenda is looking after her now. She has terminal cancer. Gl;en
for Poston Feeds for many years.
I noticed you said some Fulfers came from Georgia. So did about half
the 23 children of O.C. Wyly Sr. and Selden Eades and Cox and Crow
My Aunt Mary, age 92, was a Captain in Army Nurse Corps in several
in the South Pacific and she attended Tarleton and St Joseph's
Nursing in Fort Worth. with a Wyly from Graham, Texas. Aunt Mary
and the Graham , Texas Wyly lady were cousins. Seems some of the
followed Coal mines and brick yards to Desdemona to Hogtown-
to Dallas to Mineola Cotton yards to Houston . Dad Joiner won
Spindletop from one of the Wyly men on a cut of the cards. Some
worked through Graham mines and oil, to East Texas Oil Fields,
Capt. William Clark Wyly lived in Tyler after the Civil War. Aunt
and her Wyly friend were cousins but she cared less about
They entered the Army together in 1939.
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