The Baugh Family of Logan County, Kentucky, continued_________
Indian reservation. From 1927-1930 he practiced in Stonewall County, Tx. From 1931 to 1939 he prac- ticed in Tyler, Smith County, Tx. During World War II Verner served in a field hospital in France as an army surgeon. In 1940 he moved to Houston, Harris County, Tx. This was the first place where he earned a salary as many of the people in the rural areas paid him with beans, chickens, and occasionally a hog.
Figure 8. George R. L. Baugh and Annie (Nunley) Baugh
mother, Susie Kate Baugh Hines.
Verner S. Baugh, son of the above Verner Iona Baugh, remembered his father mentioning siblings named John, Mary, and Ann, as well as a set of twins born after 1880 who died at birth. Evidently, they were born and died in the interval between the tak- ing of the decennial censuses as none of their names appear on census records.
Daughter Susan “Susie” Kate Baugh was born 1 Jan. 1874 in Russellville, Logan Co., Ky; she died 20 Apr. 1952 in Midland, Midland Co., Tx. At age twenty-five, she married Martin Hines, age thirty- six, on 24 May 1899 in Cleburne, Johnson County, Tx. Martin Samuel Hines was born 25 Mar. 1863 in Boon Co., Mo.; he died 12 May 1948, in Mid- land, Midland Co., Tx. He was a stock farmer and tree nurseryman. Merritt F. Hines, son of Martin S. Hines, stated that his Dad once said that he had sold most of the Chinese Elm trees in Midland to the farmers and ranchers who lived there.47 They are shown in Figure 11. A grandson has the photo, taken by Bennett studio, which appears on the first line and Cleburne, Texas, which appears on a second line. It is labeled Grandma and Grandpa Hines on the back of the photo.
Limited information has been found for Abraham G. Baugh III and Rebecca’s daughter, Elizabeth, born 1832. She is listed with the family in the 1850 census in Logan County, Ky. An Elizabeth Baugh,
Son Verner Iona Baugh was born 5 Jan. 1879 in Bono, Johnson County, Tx. He died 12 Sep. 1971 in Houston, Harris County, Tx. He graduated from Baylor Medical School in May 1908 and entered family practice as a physician in Woodson, Throck- morton County, Tx., giving particular attention to the treatment of eye, ear, nose, and throat illnesses. In rural settings, people came to him to have teeth pulled. He married Sarah “Sallie” Bean 25 Oct. 1908 in Woodson, Throckmorton County, Tx. The photo in Figure 12 was taken at their wedding in 1908. She was born 7 Mar. 1881 in Campbell, Hunt County, Tx., and died 3 Mar. 1938 in Decatur near Park Springs, Wise County, Tx.48
By 1910, he moved the family to Park Springs, Wise County, Tx. In 1926 he practiced on a Navaho
Figure 9. Edgar and Kate (Byron) Baugh on their wedding day, Nov. 2 1898
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