CHILDREN OF WILLIAM LLOYD BURNELL &
BARBARA RENEE SAMUELS
WILLIAM LLOYD BURNELL III - June 29, 1966 to January 8, 2016
LUCAS CARR BURNELL - JANUARY 3, 1970
WILLIAM LLOYD BURNELL SR.
& MARY FRANK CARR
WILLIAM LLOYD BURNELL JR. - AUGUST 10, 1943
THORNTON DREW BURNELL June 12, 1946 - July 11, 2012
Married Kay Clifton
Merritt Michele Burnell - November 4,
(G) Blake Dobecka - September 1, 1995
(G) Brody Dobecka - July 10, 2006
Stacey Kay Burnell - October 16,
Thomas Dean Burnell - March 15, 1976 - August 2012
Drew Married Ginny
Holly Burnell - Sept 25,
THOMAS FRANCIS BURNELL - SEPTEMBER 5, 1951 - June 2, 2009
Brant Burnell - April 7, 1986
ROBERT DEAN BURNELL - AUGUST 16, 1957 - About 1988
BARBARA JEAN BURNELL - AUGUST 16, 1957 -
Married: John Marvin Wilson -
John Michael Wilson - March 29, 1979
CECIL BURNELL & BETTY E. DREW
WILLIAM LLOYD BURNELL SR. (4-12-1920 Lone Oak, KY to 3-3-1963 Bay City, TX)
HELEN LOUISE BURNELL (8-5-1918 Graves Co., KY)
JAMES BURNELL (3-1846 Jeffers Co., KY to 1919 Marrion, IN)
& FANNIE D. SCOTT (3-1873 Graves Co., KY to 1950 Louisville, KY)
CECIL BURNELL (Feb 17, 1897 Graves Co., KY)
MINNIE RUTH BARNELL (July 20, 1898)
EVA BARNELL (April 15, 1900)
EMMET BURNELL (1902 TO 9-1920)Buried in Graves Co., KY
James Burnell had a twin brother "Frank". James ran away from home to join the Civil War in 1862 at the age of 16. He lied about his age to enlist. His daughters, Eva & Minnie told me this story, and I found Civil War records that showed him enlist at the age of 18 and was discharged 2 years later at the age of 18. The sisters also told me that James Burnell changed his name from Barnell when he enlisted. His parents were of upper class income, but I have to find traces of them.
James married Fannie D. Scott. She was only 23 and he was 50 years old. Her parents, who were of upper class, disowned her when she married an older man. They had 2 sons and 2 daughters and divorced in the early 1900's.
Coach Burnell of Boling passes away Latest News Written by Administrator Tuesday, 02 June 2009 22:50 I received a phone call from one of my good friends at Boling HS telling me that head softball coach, Tom Burnell, had passed away early this morning as a result of a possible heart attack. Tom was from Bay City and coached there for several years. He was one of my assistants at Sweeny as well and he has been attending the Gulf Coast Clinic for the past couple of years. Tom was a great guy and was very good to his players.
Thomas "Tommy" Francis Burnell
(September 5, 1951 - June 2, 2009)
Tommy F. Burnell, 57, of Bay City passed away Tuesday, June 2, 2009. He was born September 5, 1951 in Bay City to the late Mary Frank & William Burnell. Tommy was a lifelong resident of Bay City, a graduate of Bay City High School & Texas A & M University, and a teacher & coach with Boling ISD. He is survived by son: Brandt Burnell of College Station; sister: Barbara Burnell Quirk of Angleton; 2 brothers: Bill Burnell of Richmond and Drew Burnell of Austin; aunt: Joyce Carr of Bay City; and cousin: Vicki Head & husband Wayne of Bay City. Tommy was preceded in death by his parents, and brother Bob Burnell.
A funeral service will be held 4:00 PM Thursday, June 4, 2009 at Taylor Bros. Funeral Home with Dr. Joe Cannon officiating. Interment will follow at Cedarvale Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: Victor Cannon, Dennis Burt, Al Leisner, Neal & Kevin Majewski, and John Black. Honorary pallbearers will be: Wayne, Ken, Vim, & Kirk Head, Phil McKay, and E. J. Ashcraft. Donations may be made to St. Paulís United Methodist Church, 3102 5th St., Bay City, TX 77414.
Published in the Victoria Advocate on 6/3/2009
Diary from Theron Carr
Thomas M. Kirkpatrick (Kirkpatrick
** (G) - Grandchildren
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