Twelve Smith County Confederate veterans gathered for a luncheon in their honor on Oct. 28, 1933 at the Tyler Womanâ€™s Building. Pictured front row, from left, are: D.R. Holland, Pinkney D. Clancy, George E. Miller, the Rev. A.J. Zorn, Benjamin F. Ware and H.J. Rix. Pictured back row, from left, are: W.W. Queen, J.S. Duncan, James T. Clinkscales, Horace H. Rowland, A.C. Braziel and W.S. Cole. Courtesy Smith County Historical Society
It started with a name and a question. A woman told Tyler resident Gene Davenport, who enjoyed researching genealogy, that she wanted to know more about the family history of a man named Pinkney Davenport Clancy. Davenport found out what he could about the man, reported it to the woman who had inqui…
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