Person:Kate Gano (1)

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Kate Gano
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
m. 23 Apr 1890
  1. Dr. John Gano McLaurin1891 - 1955
  2. Katherine Gano McLaurin1894 - 1978
  3. Dr. Hugh Love McLaurin, Jr.1895 - 1981
  4. Maurice Gano McLaurin1899 - 1910
Facts and Events
Name[1] Kate Gano
Gender Female
Birth[1] 20 Jan 1862 Grapevine, Tarrant County, Texas
Marriage 23 Apr 1890 First Christian Church, Dallas, Dallas County, Texasto Dr. Hugh Love McLaurin
Census[4] 1920 Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
Census[5] 1930 Dallas, Dallas County, Texas
Death[1][2] 8 Jan 1944 Dallas, Dallas County, Texas(residence was Highland Park)
Burial[1][3] 12 Jan 1944 Oakland Cemetery, Dallas, Dallas County, Texas

Dallas County, Texas, 1920 census:[4]

Mclaurine, Kate Head 54 yrs b. Kentucky (parents, b. Kentucky) "None"
      Katherine G. Dau 24 yrs b. Texas (parents, b. Illinois/Kentucky) "None"
      Hugh L. Son 23 yrs b. Texas (parents, b. Illinois/Kentucky) Student (Medical College)
Fickett, Ellen Roomer 53 yrs b. Cuba (parents, b. Maine) Graduate Nurse (Private)
Gano, Lightfoot Nephew 17 yrs b. Texas (parents, b. Texas/Kentucky)
      Herbert Nephew 14 yrs b. Texas (parents, b. Texas/Kentucky)

Dallas County, Texas, 1930 census:[5]

Mclaurin, Kate G. Head 65 yrs (wid.; marr. at 27 yrs) b. Texas (parents b. Kentucky) "None"
      Hugh L. Son 33 yrs (single) b. Texas (parents b. Mississippi/Texas) Owner (Physician)
Callaway, Katherine Dau 34 yrs ("single" [sic]) b. Texas (parents b. Mississippi/Texas) "None"
      Carl B. Son/law 34 yrs ("single" [sic]) b. Texas (parents b. Texas) Lawyer (Law Office)
Wallace, Xemina Boarder 44 yrs (div.) b. Texas (parents b. Texas) "None"
Hynes, Arthur H. Boarder 34 yrs (single) b. Texas (parents b. Texas) Salesman (Insurance)
Webb, Ellen Maid 36 yrs (marr. at 15 yrs) b. Texas (parents b. Louisiana) Maid (Private family)
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Find A Grave.
  2. Texas Department of State Health Services. Texas Death Index, 1903-2000.
  3. Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas), p. 8, 12 Jan 1944.

    Mrs. Mclaurin Burial Rites Set

    Last rites for Mrs. Kate Gano McLaurin, who died here Saturday night, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Carl B. Callaway, 4315 Lorraine, with Dr. L. N. D. Wells officiating.

    Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery.

    Pallbearers will be R. G. Scurry, Rosser J. Coke, John O. Wharton, Dr. T. Stafford Love, Fred E. Tucker, john T. Gano of Fort Worth, Gordon L. Gano of Shreveport and R. Chilton Gano of Houston.

  4. 4.0 4.1 Dallas, Texas, United States. 1920 U.S. Census Population Schedule, ED 72, p. 7A, dwelling/family 130/130 (5019 Ross Ave).
  5. 5.0 5.1 Dallas, Texas, United States. 1930 U.S. Census Population Schedule, ED 18, p. 21B, dwelling/family 370/407 (5019 Ross Ave).
  6.   Dallas Morning News. (Dallas, Texas), p. ___, 9 Jan 1944.

    Mrs. McLaurin, Early Dallas Resident, Dies

    Death Saturday after an illness of more than two years claimed Mrs. Kate Gano McLaurin, 81, widow of Dr. Hugh L. McLaurin, Sr., Dallas physician, and daughter of a Confederate General.

    She was born at Grapevine, where her father, Major Gen. Richard M. Gano, fighting chaplain and pioneer Dallas County physician who earned fame in the Civil War with John H. Morgan's raiders, settled on a league of land in 1857, as well as owning the town site. Her birth occurred two months after her father organized two companies of Texas cavalry in 1862, and with Gano's squadron marched to join Albert Sidney Johnson, an old friend.

    Joins Morgan's Raiders -
    He reached Shiloh several days after General Johnson's death, then joined Morgan's famous raiders.

    She was married to Dr. McLaurin on April 23, 1890, at the old First Christian Church her father organized here. The wedding was a big Dallas social event. At that time the Gano family lived in the home of the General, built at 4107 Gaston Avenue in 1880, which was one of the showplaces of Dallas for many years.

    With its five acres of ground and the stables in the rear, it was typical of the finer homes built by leading Dallasites during that period. The home was later sold to Judge Joseph E. Cockrell.

    General Gano, at the time of his death in 1913, had survived all Confederate officers of equal or higher rank. He had a colorful and romantic life, came to Texas from Bourbon County, Kentucky in 1857.

    Defense Against Indians -
    He had to defend his home in Tarrant County against marauding Comanche Indians.

    In the Civil War he was Morgan's righthand man, commanding the Second Brigade in numerous battles, having no less than five horses shot out from under him.

    At Cabin Creek, in Indian Territory, he captured a Federal supply train valued at $1,000,000. It was at Cabin Creek that an Indian he approached in the belief that he was friendly, shot him in the elbow. Two weeks before the fall of Richmond he was commissioned a Major General by Jefferson Davis.

    General Gano returned to Grapevine to recover from his wound and when able to travel, moved his family back to Bourbon County, Kentucky, where they lived until Mrs. McLaurin was 21year of age. The family then moved to Dallas, where the General became a minister. He had practiced medicine until the Civil War, was the son of a prominent Kentucky Christian preacher and earned for himself the sobriquet of Fighting Chaplain in the war.

    Daughter of Confederacy -
    Mrs. McLaurin, one of twelve children, was graduated from Hamilton College at Lexington, Ky. she was the last of the Gano children.

    She was a member of East Dallas Christian Church, Dallas Woman's Club, Southern Memorial Association, Daughters of the Confederacy, Daughters of 1812, and Daughters of the American Revolution.

    Funeral services are pending the arrival of the son from California. Burial will be in the family lot at Oakland Cemetery.