147.ALBERT BEL7 FAY, SR. (MARIEDOROTHY6BEL, DELLAMOELING5GOOS, DANIELJOHANNES4, PETERANDREAS3, DANIEL2, JOHANNIS1) was born February 26, 1913 in New Orleans, Louisiana, and died February 29, 1992 in Houston, Texas.He married HOMOISELLE CAROLYN HADEN February 3, 1935 in Harrison, New York, daughter of HENRY C. HADEN.She was born August 26, 1909 in Galveston, Texas, and died February 6, 1990 in Houston, Texas. Notes for ALBERT BEL FAY, SR.: U. S. Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago, 1976 More About ALBERT BEL FAY, SR.: Occupation: Bet. 1976 - 1977, Ambassador to Trinidad and Tobago Marriage Notes for ALBERT FAY and HOMOISELLE HADEN: FAY - HADEN Dr. and Mrs. Henry C. Haden of Houston, Texas, announce the marriage of their daughter Homoiselle, to Mr. Albert Bel Fay, also of Houston, which took place in New York City on Feb. 3rd. The announcement is of cordial interest to many friends in Lake Charles.Mr. Fay is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Fay of Lake Charles, formerly of Houston, and a grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bel. More About ALBERT FAY and HOMOISELLE HADEN: Marriage: February 3, 1935, Harrison, New York Children of ALBERT FAY and HOMOISELLE HADEN are:
ALBERT BEL FAY, JR., b. October 8, 1945, Houston, Texas.
148.ERNEST BEL7 FAY (MARIEDOROTHY6BEL, DELLAMOELING5GOOS, DANIELJOHANNES4, PETERANDREAS3, DANIEL2, JOHANNIS1) was born July 26, 1914 in New Orleans, Louisiana, and died August 16, 1986 in Houston, Texas.He married CAROLYN HOMOISELLE GRANT June 11, 1936 in St. Bartholomew's Church, New York, New York, daughter of JOHN F. GRANT.She was born November 6, 1914 in Houston, Texas. Notes for ERNEST BEL FAY: Lake Charles American Press, August 19, 1986: ERNEST BEL FAY HOUSTON -- Funeral services for Ernest Bel Fay, 72, director of a number of Lake Charles companies, will be held at 10 a.m. today, August 19, in the family residence at 105 N. Post Oak Lane in Houston. The Revs. Charles Wyatt-Brown and Ernest Bel will officiate. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery under direction of George H. Lewis & Sons. Mr. Fay died Saturday of a heart attack while competing in the Texas Corinthian Yacht Club Sailing race on Galveston Bay. He was a native of New Orleans and graduate of Harvard University. He was co-founder and co-owner with his brother Albert of the Seabrook Shipyard and was an active amateur yachtsman and designer. Mr. Fay was president of the John F. Grant Lumber Co. He was also vice president and director of the Bel Oil Corp., a partner in the Quatre Parish Co. and of the J. A. Bel Estate and a director of the Lacassine Co., all in Lake Charles. He is survived by his wife, one son, two daughters, one brother, one sister and seven grandchildren. More About ERNEST BEL FAY: Burial: August 19, 1986, Glenwood Cemetery, Houston, Texas Occupation: Ship building Marriage Notes for ERNEST FAY and CAROLYN GRANT: MISS CAROLYN GRANT AND ERNEST BEL FAY ARE WED Number of Houstonians Present at the Ceremony and Reception New York, June 12, -- Miss Carolyn Grant had a perfect June day for her marriage to Ernest Bel Fay yesterday.Wearing a powder blue traveling costume, accented by navy taffeta accessories, the pretty daughter of John F. Grant of Houston, and the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Fay of Lake Charles, La., were married at 10:30 yesterday morning in the chapel of St. Bartholomew's Church at Park Avenue and Fifty-first street. The bride carried a corsage of white orchids.Her only attendant was Gertrude Mathews of Chicago, a former roommate.She wore a navy blue sheer crepe ensemble and carried mauve orchids.Albert Bel Fay was his brother's best man.A reception in the perroquet suite at the Waldorf-Astoria followed the ceremony, the bridal party being seated about a pink and white flower decorated horse-shoe table.An orchestra played for dancing on the floor inside the horse-shoe. Fifty friends were invited to the reception.Among those from Houston were Mrs. Henry C. Haden of 3704 Montrose boulevard, wife of Dr. Henry C. Haden and mother-in-law of the best man; Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Hanszen of Lazy Lane; Palmer Hutcheson, Thad Hutchenson, Katherine Gardiner, Charles Dillingham, George Horton, Mrs. Pratt with her daughter Nancy Jane, Mrs. Murphy W. Townsend, aunt of the bride from Dallas.The bride graduated from Vassar College Monday.Mr. Ernest Bel Fay graduated from Harvard last week.The couple will spend the summer in Marblehead, Mass.Before returning to Houston in the fall, they will take a trip to Bermuda. More About ERNEST FAY and CAROLYN GRANT: Marriage: June 11, 1936, St. Bartholomew's Church, New York, New York Children of ERNEST FAY and CAROLYN GRANT are:
CAROLYN RANDALL FAY, b. January 2, 1944, Houston, Texas.
149.MARIE BEL7 GARDINER (KATHERINEMOELING6BEL, DELLAMOELING5GOOS, DANIELJOHANNES4, PETERANDREAS3, DANIEL2, JOHANNIS1) was born August 10, 1914 in Lake Charles, Louisiana, and died December 2, 1964 in Houston, Texas.She married DAVID LACY GARRISON, SR. January 27, 1937 in Houston, Texas.He was born October 11, 1908 in Garrison, Texas, and died November 18, 1978 in Lake Charles, Louisiana. More About MARIE BEL GARDINER: Burial: Graceland Cemetery, Lake Charles, Louisiana Notes for DAVID LACY GARRISON, SR.: David Garrison Sr. dies in Houston David L. Garrison Sr., 70, of 321 Wilson Ave. died at 6:12 p.m. Saturday in Methodist Hospital in Houston. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 20, from Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery under direction of Hixon Funeral Home. Mr. Garrison was president of the Lacassine Co. Inc. and chairman of the board of Bel Oil Corp. He was a member of the Immaculate Conception Church and of the Fraternal Order of Police. He was a past chairman of the board of St. Patrick Hospital. During World War II, he served as a lieutenant commander in the U. S. Navy with service in the South Pacific. A native of Garrison, Texas, he had been a resident of Lake Charles for 40 years. He was a graduate of Rice University. He was married to the former Marie Bel Gardiner who died in 1964. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Peggy Fenno Garrison; one daughter, Mrs. Katherine G. Brewer; one son, David L. Garrison Jr.; one sister, Mrs. Willie Mae Harkrider, one nephew, David Garrison Harkrider, and five grandchildren. If they wish, friends may make memorial donations to the charity of their choice, the family said. The Handbook of Texas Online, http://www.tsha.utexas.edu/handbook/online/articles/view/GG/hjg2.html GARRISON, TEXAS. Garrison is on U.S. Highway 59 eighteen miles northeast of Nacogdoches in northeastern Nacogdoches County. Around 1884 Capt. J. H. (Jim) Garrison bought 387 acres of land on the Attoyac River. The Houston, East and West Texas Railway had been built to Nacogdoches and was seeking a right-of-way to the Sabine River. On August 29, 1884, Garrison and William Craig conveyed 125 acres to the railroad, eleven acres of which were reserved for a depot site and right-of-way. The remaining acreage was to be surveyed, laid off in blocks, streets, and alleys, and offered for sale. The area around the depot site was named Garrison. The first business to open in the new town was J. H. Garrison's office, which furnished wood and ties for the railroad from Lufkin to the Louisiana state line. A. I. Simpson's sawmill, the Greenwood Hotel, a general store, and gins soon appeared. Early Garrison also had saloons, which were frowned upon by the local churches; members were dismissed for selling liquor. The first train came to Garrison at berry time in 1886. The event was celebrated by a free ride to Nacogdoches on railroad flatcars. The first school in Garrison, a log church-schoolhouse near Greenwood, burned in 1886. Classes were taught in private homes until the Mineral Springs Institute was built east of the railroad tracks in 1895. In 1911 a brick school was built on the site where later the elementary school was located. In 1916 this building was destroyed by fire. The town was incorporated on May 18, 1890. Garrison claims to be the oldest incorporated community in Nacogdoches County since the corporation of Nacogdoches was interrupted around 1900. By 1896 the town was known as a health resort and had a population of 500. By 1915 it had grown to 1,000 residents. More About DAVID LACY GARRISON, SR.: Burial: November 20, 1978, Graceland Cemetery, Lake Charles, Louisiana Occupation: Oil Marriage Notes for MARIE GARDINER and DAVID GARRISON: GARRISON-GARDINER The marriage of Miss Marie Gardiner, lovely young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Hanszen of Houston, to Mr. David Garrison, was quietly solemnized Wednesday evening at the Hanszen home in the presence of only the immediate families.They left immediately for Corpus Christi, Texas, where they will make their home. The wedding claims much interest in Lake Charles where the bride, a former Lake Charles girl, was born and reared here, has hosts of friends.... More About DAVID GARRISON and MARIE GARDINER: Death of one spouse: 1964, Houston, Texas Marriage: January 27, 1937, Houston, Texas Children of MARIE GARDINER and DAVID GARRISON are:
DAVID LACY GARRISON, JR., b. July 12, 1945, Houston, Texas.
150.MARIE7 GOOS (ALBERTBEL (AB)6, ALBERTEDWARD5, DANIELJOHANNES4, PETERANDREAS3, DANIEL2, JOHANNIS1) was born October 29, 1921 in Goos's Ferry, Lake Charles, Louisiana, and died January 14, 1996 in Lafayette, Louisiana.She married WAKEFIELD ERBELDING, son of FRED ERBELDING and IVA.He was born October 20, 1924 in Johnson Bayou, Louisiana, and died February 8, 2000 in Choupique, Louisiana. Notes for MARIE GOOS: Lake Charles American Press, January 16, 1996, p. A2: Marie Erbelding LAFAYETTE -- Funeral services for Marie Goos Erbelding, 74, will be at 11 a.m. Wednesday, Jan 17, in Emmanuel Baptist Church. The Rev. Billy Thomas will officiate.Arrangements are by Delhomme Funeral Home. Visitation is from 10 a.m. Wednesday in the church. Mrs. Erbelding died at 5 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 14, 1996, in her residence. A graduate of LSU, she retired in 1984 after 28 years as a teacher with Lafayette schools.She was a member of Emmanuel Baptist Church. Survivors include one son, Dennis Lee Erbelding of Lafayette; one sister, Margaret Goos Watson of Lake Charles; one brother, Albert B. Goos Jr. of Moss Bluff; and one granddaughter. More About MARIE GOOS: Burial: January 17, 1996 Obituary: January 16, 1996, Lake Charles American Press Occupation: Teacher Notes for WAKEFIELD ERBELDING: Lake Charles American Press, Wednesday, February 9, 2000, p. A2: Wakefield Erbelding VINTON -- Funeral services for Wakefield Erbelding, 75, will be at 3 p.m. today, Feb. 9, in Hixson Funeral Home of Vinton. The Rev. Jerry Johnson will officiate. Burial will be in Niblett Bluff Cemetery. Visitation is from 8:30 a.m. Mr. Erbelding died Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2000, in Lake Charles. A native of Johnson Bayou, he was a resident of Choupique. He was a member of Cameron Masonic Lodge Post 439. Survivors include his wife, Melba Erbelding; two sons, Dennis Erbelding of Houston and William E. Bolton of Hattiesburg, Miss.; one daughter, Beverly B. Waite of Carlyss; one brother, George Erbelding of Lake Charles; one sister, Lydia Joyce Carter of Lake Charles; four grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. More About WAKEFIELD ERBELDING: Burial: February 9, 2000, Niblett Bluff Cemetery, Vinton, Louisiana Obituary: February 9, 2000, Lake Charles American Press Child of MARIE GOOS and WAKEFIELD ERBELDING is:
DENNIS LEE8 ERBELDING, b. July 2, 1945, Lake Charles, Louisiana.
More About DENNIS LEE ERBELDING: Residence: February 9, 2000, Houston, Texas