08 July 2016

Individual Facts Report for Addison Lysander Lincecum (1874-1965)

draddisonllincecum1915Addison Lysander Lincecum was born 8 April 1874 at Long Point, Washington County, Texas to Lucullus Garland Lincecum and Fannie Rainwater.  Addison died 6 December 1965 in Lavaca County, Texas, and was buried at Gandy Cemetery.  The cemetery located in Gandy Bend, Lavaca County.

Addison carried the title of Dr., and I have found him listed as Addison L. Lincicum, A. L. Lincecum, and Addison L. Lincecum.

Addison married Letha Elizabeth Gandy 24 October 1897 in Lavaca County.  They had three children:  Barnabas Gandy Lincecum, Ruth Elizabeth Lincecum, and Addison Turney Lincecum.

Source for image at right:  The Houston Post. (Texas), Vol. 29, No. 293, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 21, 1915, Houston, Texas. Accessed 30 June 2016, University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu .

Individual Facts

  • Census:  2 June 1880 / Lampasas, Lampasas County, Texas
  • Education:  1894 / University of Texas at Galveston
  • Occupation:  1897-1908 / Medical Practice at Jackson
  • Census:  23 June 1900 / Jackson County
  • Graduation:  15 April 1902 / Dallas Medical College at Dallas
  • Graduation:  1903 / Baylor University Medical School at Waco
  • Residence:  August 1903 / Morales, Jackson County
  • Occupation:  1908-1914 / Medical Practice at El Campo, Wharton County
  • Census:  28 April 1910 / El Campo, Wharton County, Texas (Post Office Street)
  • Occupation:  1914-1918 / Assistant Health Officer at Austin, Travis county
  • Address:  1918 / 1205 Rio Grande, Austin
  • Residence:  1918-1919 / El Campo, Wharton Couunty
  • Occupation:  January 1920 / General Practice Physician at El Campo
  • Census:  21 January 1920 / El Campo, Wharton County
  • Occupation:  April 1930 / General Practice Physician at Wharton County
  • Census:  19 April 1930 / El Campo, Wharton County
  • Residence:  1935 / El Campo, Wharton County
  • Residence:  abt 1936 / El Campo, Wharton County
  • Occupation:  1936-1948 / U.S. Postmaster in El Campo, Wharton County
  • Census:  24 June 1940 / El Campo, Wharton County (300 Mechanic St)
  • Residence:  1959-1965 / Lavaca County
  • Occupation:  bef. 1965 / Doctor at Lavaca County
  • Address:  abt 1965 / Edna Star Route, Gandy Bend

Sources available upon request.

See also:
- Timeline Report for Addison Lysander Lincecum (1874-1965)
- Notes Report for Addison Lysander Lincecum (1874-1965)

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