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The 1910 Wood County, Texas, census (Justice Precinct 7) lists Tipton M. Reneau, 37 b. KY, parents b. KY, married 1 time for 15 years; Jennie M., wife, 37 b. KY, parents b. KY, married 1 time for 15 years, 6 children, 6 living; Paulee, daughter, 13 b. TN; Wilbur E., son, 11 b. TX; Maye, daughter, 6 b. TX; Alton, son, 2-2/12 b. TX; and Lucille, daughter, 1/12 b. TX.
The 1920 Wood County, Texas, census lists Tip M. Reneau, 46 b. KY; Paulee, daughter, 23 b. TX; Wilbor, 21 b. TX; Madie, 17 b. TX; Alton, son, 12 b. TX; and Lucille, 10 b. TX.
The 1930 Dallas County, Texas, census (Dallas, ED20, p. 98A) lists Wilber E. Reneau, 31 b. TX, age 27 at first marriage, father b. KY, mother b. TX, dairy salesman; Nina L., wife, 31 b. TX, age 27 at first marriage, parents b. TN; Wilbur E., son, 2 b. TX; and Tipton M., father, 57 b. KY, widow, age 22 at first marriage, parents b. Ky, auditor for internal revenue.
His obituary in The Daily Times Herald, Dallas, on April 11, 1949, read as follows: "TIPTON RENEAU CALLED IN DEATH MONDAY MORNING.Tipton Moore Reneau, abut 75 years of age, who lived in Farmersville for a short time many years ago died unexpectedly from a heart attack at 6:45 a.m. Monday at hishome, 3601 Oak Lane, Dallas.
"Son of the late Barton Reneau and Ellen Moore Reneau, he was a native of Kentucky, and came to Texas with his family when a child, settling in the Floyd community. When a young man he taught school at Alba, Texas. After his marriage to Miss Jenny Russell of Quinlan, they moved to Farmersville where they lived for three years. Moving to Dallas in 1922, he worked with the Internal Revenue Department for several years, retiring in 1931. Since that time he has looked after real estate interests in Dallas.
"Survivors are two sons, A. H. and W. E. Reneau, both of Dallas; three daughters, Mrs. M. W. McDade of Dallas, Mrs. A. T. Coffin of St. Louis and Mrs. J. M. McKillop of Galveston; five sisters, Miss Mattie Reneau and Mrs. Ola Bryant, Route 2, Caddo Mills; Mrs. Laura Campbell, Fort Smith, Ark.; Miss Eva Reneau, San Antonio, Mrs. Hettie Commons, McKinney; two brothers, Gene Reneau of Portland, Oregon and Benton G. Reneau of Farmersville. His wife preced him in death a number of years ago. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Guardian Funeral Home, 2811 Oaklawn, Dallas, with B. E. Lemons of the Highland Park Church of Christ officiating. Burial with Masonic rites followed at Restland Memorial Park."