Person:Clarence Gano (1)

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Clarence Welch Gano
b.18 Apr 1858 Kentucky
m. 15 Mar 1853
  1. William Beriah Gano1854 - 1913
  2. John Thomas Gano1856 - 1891
  3. Clarence Welch Gano1858 - 1906
  4. Samuel E. Gano1859 - 1860
  5. Kate Gano1862 - 1944
  6. Fannie C. Gano1864 - 1864
  7. Maurice Dudley Gano1865 - 1927
  8. Dr. Sidney Johnston Gano1867 - 1921
  9. Robert Lee Gano1867 - 1911
  10. Emma Gano1869 - 1936
  11. Frank Allen Gano1871 - 1874
  12. Martha Clara Gano1873 - 1903
  • HClarence Welch Gano1858 - 1906
  • WEugenia Lowe1867 - 1935
m. 10 Nov 1886
  1. Elizabeth Frances Gano1887 - 1965
  2. Eugenia Lowe Gano1889 - 1889
  3. Mattie Clare Gano1893 - 1984
  4. Gordon Lee Gano1894 - 1967
Facts and Events
Name[1] Clarence Welch Gano
Gender Male
Birth[1] 18 Apr 1858 Kentucky
Marriage 10 Nov 1886 Texasto Eugenia Lowe
Census[2] 1900 San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas
Death[1] 29 Mar 1906 Houston, Harris County, Texas
Burial[1] Oakland Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas

Bexar County, Texas, 1900 census:[2]

Gano, Clarence Head 42 yrs (b. Aug 1858) (marr. 14 yrs) b. Texas (parents, b. Texas) Mine Owner
      Eugenia Wife 32 yrs (b. Aug 1867) (5 children, 4 living) b. Texas (parents, b. Texas)
      Bessie Dau 12 yrs (b. Jul 1887) b. Texas (parents, b. Texas) At school
      Mattie Clare Dau 7 yrs (b. Aug 1892) b. Texas (parents, b. Texas) ::      Gordon Son 6 yrs (b. Jan 1894) b. Texas (parents, b. Texas) ::      John T. Son 8 yrs (b. Jan 1892) b. Texas (parents, b. Texas) At school
Riley, E. M. [f] Servant 23 yrs (b. Mar 1877) (single) b. Texas (parents, b. Tennessee/Kentucky) Nurse
Payne, Mollie [BLACK] Servant 39 yrs (b. May 1861) (wid.) b. Texas (parents, b. Texas) Home Cook
Mathews, James [BLACK] Servant 26 yrs (b. Aug 1873) (single) b. Texas (parents, b. Texas) Coachman
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Find A Grave.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Bexar, Texas, United States. 1900 U.S. Census Population Schedule, ED 94, p. 10B, dwelling/family 145/148.
  3.   Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas), p. 8, 10 Nov 1885.

    "Personal"

    Clarence Gano leaves for his Western ranch interests to-day. He will be gone about a month.

  4.   Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas), p. 5, 27 Apr 1886.

    "The Ranch and the Range"

    Clarence Gano has gone to the Estado Land and Cattle Company's ranch, in Presidio County, to look after the concerns of the company. He will be absent from the city three weeks.

  5.   Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas), p. 3, 5 Jun 1886.

    "The Ranch and the Range"

    Clarence Gano returned yesterday from Estado ranch, in Presidio County. It had not rained when he left there, but he was in possession of information to the effect that since his departure heavy and thoroughly soaking rains have fallen. Mr. Gano says that there was great suffering in the valley before the rain, and that many herds were taken to Sonora and Chihuahua and to New Mexico in search of grass and water. Most of the deaths were among free grasss cattle, that is, among cattle on the open range. Those who occupy leased lands selected their pastures with an eye to grass and water, and as a matter of course their cattle stood the drouth better than those that had to rustle. Mr. Gano is buoyant and thinks the business will boom from now on.

  6.   Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas), p. 4, 5 Dec 1886.

    "Personal."

    Capt. Clarence Gano and bride returned from Florida, after enjoying for several weeks the many attractions and beauties of the Land of Flowers.

  7.   Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas), p. 5, 8 Dec 1886.

    "Local Notes"

    A grand reception to Mr. Clarence Gano and bride was given last night at Gen. Gano's residence.

  8.   Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas), p. 6, 28 Sep 1888.

    "Herds, Flocks and Droves"

    Clarence Gano has returned from the Indian Territory. He reports that all the cattlemen who took their steers to the nation in the springwith a view of maturing them on the virgin rangesthereof are satisfied with the results, for the steers have fattened beyond all expectation, and they will repeat the operation on even a great scale next year. Mr. Gano has sold his steers. They were in excellent condition, and he received a good figure for them. He is now on the market for all the steers he can get. He will winter them on his Texas ranch and remove them to the nation as soon as the grass starts next year to be matured.

  9.   Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas), p. 5, 30 Mar 1906.

    News was received last night by friends and relatives in this city of the death of Clarence W. Gano, formerly of Dallas, which occurred at Houston at 3 (?) p.m. yesterday while seated in his office. His death was due to heart failure. Mr. Gano leaves a widow, Mrs. Genie Lowe Gano and three children, Miss Bessie Gano, Miss Mattie Clare Gano, and Gordon Gano, besides an adopted child, John T. Gano, a son of his brother, John T. Gano.

    Clarence Gano was for many years a resident of Dallas, where he was engaged in the real estate business. During the oil excitement he moved to Beaumont and afterward to Houston, where the members of his family now are. He was about 45 year of age and had many freiends in this city.

    The remains will arrive in Dallas tomorrow morning over the Houston and Texas Central, and the funeral will take place from the residence of his brother W. B. Gano, on Masten Street, perhaps sometime tomorrow evening, though the hour for interment has not yet been determined.

  10.   Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas), p. __, 1 Apr 1906.

    BURIAL OF CLARENCE W. GANO

    Services Are Held at Residence by Rev. M. M. Davis

    The funeral of Clarence W. Gano was conducted yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the residence of W. B. Gano, corner of Masten and San Jacinto Streets. Rev. M. M. Davis of the Central Christian Church, assisted by Rev. J. S. Warlick, conducted the funeral rites and interment was made in Oakland Cemetery. The following were pallbearers: George Crutcher, Robert Ralston, George Pittman, Judge Charles F. Clint, Royal A. Ferris, and Col. Henry Exall.