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Lewis Wilson Brooks
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Birth: Nov. 20, 1892
Young County
Texas, USA
Death: Dec. 7, 1988
Young County
Texas, USA

Lewis was born at the Brooks homeplace November 20, 1892 the son of Lewis Pinkney and Mary Lucinda Brooks. He married Mary (Mollie) Weninegar October 21, 1917. They had five children; Elisa, L.W.jr., Gwendolyn, Russell and Wilma.

He was a retired farmer and a Presbyterian. He was a member of Young County Masonic Lodge No. 485. He was a charter member of the Fort Belknap Historical Society and a member of the Fort Belknap Geneological Association and the Young County Historical Commission.
Family links: 
  Lewis Pinkney Brooks (1841 - 1931)
  Mary Lucinda Moore Brooks (1851 - 1949)
  Mary Weninegar Brooks (1897 - 1988)
  Elisa Brooks Neve (1918 - 2010)*
  Gwendolyn Brooks Thompson (1920 - 2013)*
  Lewis Wilson Brooks (1923 - 2013)*
  Russell Thurman Brooks (1928 - 2009)*
  Wilma Brooks Sims (1936 - 2001)*
  Infant Brooks*
  Infant Brooks*
  Infant Brooks*
  Preston Brooks (1874 - ____)*
  Edna Brooks Jordan (1876 - 1960)*
  Ethel Brooks Hulse (1882 - 1982)*
  Alverse Brooks Farmer (1884 - 1957)*
  Armaretta Brooks Puckett (1886 - 1974)*
  Marion Durer Brooks (1889 - 1895)*
  Lewis Wilson Brooks (1892 - 1988)
  Bessie Brooks Brown (1894 - 1984)*
*Calculated relationship
Brooks Cemetery
Young County
Texas, USA
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Record added: May 04, 2007
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Lewis Wilson Brooks
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Lewis Wilson Brooks
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Lewis Wilson Brooks
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- Searchers of our Past
 Added: Jul. 5, 2013
Rest in Peace, Mr Brooks. It was an honor to be able to meet you and hear your stories. I will always remember coming to your house and hunting. But most of all I will remember talking to you and hearing all the history you had seen.
- Mike Hicks
 Added: Apr. 13, 2013

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