Hazen-Moore-Faires Family Papers, 1861-1980 | East Texas Research Center

Collection Overview

Title: Hazen-Moore-Faires Family Papers, 1861-1980Add to your cart.

ID: A/133

Primary Creator: Hazen, Dillard B. (1895-1973)

Extent: 3.0 Boxes

Subjects: Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.), Families -- Texas -- Nacogdoches County, Hazen, Dillard B., 1895-1973 -- Correspondence, Photographs, World War, 1914-1918 -- History -- Sources, World War, 1914-1918 -- Veterans

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The collection consists of one Civil War letter; correspondence, mostly from Dillard during World War I, including post cards; mostly unidentified photographs and tintypes; newspaper clippings; poll tax receipts; and World War I buttons and mementos. Photocopies of obituaries and cemetery records have been added to help identify family members.

Collection Historical Note

Mary E. Moore, daughter of John C. and Elizabeth Beckham Moore, was born in Pontotoc County, Mississippi in 1860. She married Ziba H. Hazen in 1879 and they moved to Nacogdoches County sometime between 1883 and 1895. Their son Chester Orr Hazen was born in Mississippi on August 22, 1883, and Dillard B. Hazen was born in Garrison, Texas on December 7, 1895. Ziba H. Hazen served in Company G of the 130th Regiment of Indiana Volunteers during the Civil War. After he died on November 20, 1896, his wife applied for a Widows with Minors Pension from the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Pensions. Mary Moore Hazen died in Press, Texas on December 28, 1942.

The Hazen boys attended school at Mt. Horeb (later called Press), about two miles south of Nacogdoches. They also received mail through the Decoy post office, about one mile southwest of Press, and farmed land in that area. Chester married Lillie Pearl Faires, and they remained in Nacogdoches County. Dillard served in France during World War I, and married Mary Crawford on March 25, 1920. Dillard worked for the Customs Service and they lived in Port Arthur until he retired in 1958. Dillard returned to Nacogdoches for a few years, then moved to Pasadena, where he remained until his death on January 19, 1973.

Subject/Index Terms

Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Families -- Texas -- Nacogdoches County
Hazen, Dillard B., 1895-1973 -- Correspondence
Photographs
World War, 1914-1918 -- History -- Sources
World War, 1914-1918 -- Veterans

Administrative Information

Repository: East Texas Research Center

Access Restrictions: Open for research.

Acquisition Method: Gift


Box and Folder Listing


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Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Letter from J. A. Moore, Mobile [Alabama], to brother and sister, January 1, 1861Add to your cart.
re: Civil War
Folder 2: Correspondence from Dillard B. Hazen, May 7-December 16, 1918Add to your cart.
re: financial concerns, World War I, sight-seeing. Includes color and black and white postcards of soldiers; Red Cross volunteers; Bristol, VA; Lookout Mountain, TN; Birmingham, AL; New York City
Folder 3: Correspondence [probably from Dillard] Hazen, December 8, 1918,  December 22, 1918Add to your cart.
re: sight-seeing. Black and white postcards of Angers and Montmorillon, France
Folder 4: Correspondence from Dillard B. Hazen, Feb. 24-July 15, 1919, UndatedAdd to your cart.
re: World War I, sight-seeing, work in Campbell, TX. Includes color and black and white postcards of Old Point Comfort, VA; Long Island, N. Y. waiting room; truck caravan
Folder 5: Postcard from Edna _ [niece], in Flagstaff, AZ, April 21, 1922Add to your cart.
O. Hazen, with black and white photo of Pinon Hardware & Furniture Company, Mountainair, NM; Christmas card to Mary E. Hazen
Folder 6: Selective service cards of Chester O. Hazen, 1918Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Receipts of Chester O. Hazen and wife for poll tax and Woodmen of the World dues, 1906-1937Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Certificate of military record of Ziba H. Hazen for Civil War service, 1892Add to your cart.
widow's pension of Mary E. Hazen
Folder 9: Release from vender's lien of J. H. Summers and E. A. Blount to B. A. Treadaway, 1912Add to your cart.
Folder 10: The Weekly Sentinel [Nacogdoches], June 21, 1917Add to your cart.
Contains roster of men registered in Nacogdoches County for World War I, with Moore names marked
Folder 11: Newspaper clippings, 1917-1918?]Add to your cart.
re: Nacogdoches County registrants, World War I, Stephen F. Austin Normal School
Folder 12: Newspaper clippings, 1931-1951Add to your cart.
re: Henry Faye Davis, Mt. Horeb School. Includes Dillard and Chester Hazen
Folder 13: Notes, perhaps taken from a Nacogdoches newspaper, UndatedAdd to your cart.
re: medicine, pine trees, trumpet vine
Folder 14: Clothing patterns[?], cut from newspapers, 1932-1934Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Hazen-Moore-Faires family genealogical materials, 1942-1980Add to your cart.
Obituaries and cemetery records
Box 1: Small BoxAdd to your cart.
Miscellaneous. Red Cross, World War I, and military buttons, ca. 1917-1920; 2 U.S. postage stamps; Piso's Pocket Book Almanac 1918; typhoid vaccine bottle, expiration 1925

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