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Davick Services recommends the Facebook Group "West Texas History & Memories" for history, famous people, old photos, stories, unclaimed estates and genealogy of the Western Half of Texas . . . Check it out and join the conversation

Life in Floyd County Texas 1800 - 1950
Lockney Christian College, Lockney Texas 1894 - 1918

Lockney Christian College, Lockney Texas 1894 - 1918

Lockney Christian College was established by Charles Walker Smith and St. Clair W. Smith, two evangelists of the Church of Christ. The first school year began on October 2, 1894, in a frame building, with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burleson as the first teachers. The school opened with sixteen students and had fifty students by the end of the year. In 1902 the school was purchased by W. O. Hines, Arthur S. Kennamer, and N. L. Clark, and the name was changed to Lockney College and Bible School. The stone building pictured above was built in 1908 and the name was changed to Lockney College and Bible School. Although the school ranked with the best junior colleges in the state, the small-town location and the attraction of other colleges that lured students away contributed to its closing in 1918.
. . . for more like this please see Texas Church History and Texas School History

Resources:

West Texas History & Memories

Texas History in the 19th Century (Amazon)

Amazing People from Texas County by County

Vintage Texas Photos (eBay Ads)

Floydada Ex-Student's Association (Facebook)

Floyd County Hesperian-Beacon

School Days in Texas 1850 - 1960

Early Days of Schools in Texas

Early Life in Floyd County Tx
Famous People from Floyd County TexasMore Famous People from Floyd County Texas
Texas Church History

Texas Church HistoryHistory of Churches in Texas

Books about Floyd County People and Places

Books about Floyd County TexasBooks about Floyd County Texas

Floyd County Unclaimed Estates

Floyd County Unclaimed Estates

These Deceased Residents of Floyd County Left a total $6,726 in Unclaimed Money for their heirs. Please share this with your family and friends from Floydada and Lockney to let them know how to claim their inheritance from the Texas Comptroller's Office. . . see the list

 

What's your Favorite Book about a Texas County, Town, Person or Place? Here's our best reads list County by County

 

Mysterious TexasTrue Stories of Amazing People and Places in Texcas
 Loneliest, Least Populated Counties in Texas
Texas Cowboy HistoryBooks about Texas People County by County

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