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A&K AUTO TOP & PAINT CO (INC) Automobile Top Manufacturers 2604-8 Main Clyde had worked here
ANDREWS Clifford (Lillian) pstr h1123 Morrell conducted funeral services for both Parker and Barrow
ALCORN Robt F. (Norma) dep sheriff h816 Mt Auburn av lawman
ATWELL Wm H Hon (Susie) Judge U S District Court h4900 Gaston av judge who had allowed Cumie Barrow to set her own sentence following the 1935 harboring trial
AUTOMOBILE DEALERS-COMMERCIAL CARS & TRUCKS Griffin Ben Auto Co 2223-25 Commerce Ted Hinton had borrowed a Cord automobile from this dealer when he was tracking down Bonnie & Clyde
BARROW Elvin W (Drucilla) auto repr 3218 Forest av Clyde's brother "Jack"
BARROW Maxine 3218 Forest av Clyde's niece
BARROW Henry (Cunie T) fill sta 1620 Eagle Ford rd R D 6 Clyde's parents ("Cumie" is mis-spelled)
BASDEN John C driver Cathey & Carrell Truck Lines r1015 Ft Worth av Box 219 criminal associate of Raymond and Floyd Hamilton
BASKETT Albert S (Fannie) (Baskett & De Lee) h2917 Douglas av Raymond Hamilton's lawyer
BEATY Carl D mech h117 S. Ewing ave Buck Barrow had obtained Beaty's Marmon automobile by trading him two Ford coupes and $100 for his sedan. Carl Beaty was a friend of the Barrow brothers and his name was one of Clyde's aliases.
BRADBERRY Fred T (Marvin) dep constable h4942 East Side av raided home of Lillian McBride
BRADFORD MEMORIAL HOSPITAL FOR BABIES 3512 Maple av Hospital where Billie Jean's two young children had died
BRIGGS John C (Belle) carp r2811 Florence 1932 residence of Clyde's aunt Belle who is listed on his 1934 wanted poster
BROCK Merrel (Clara) pilot h3403 Putnam pilot who flew news journalist to Shreveport following ambush
BROWN Buster (Lucy) h511 County av (WD) Buster Brown was married Lucy, who was the sister of Floyd and Raymond Hamilton. He lived a few doors away from Lillie McBride, who was also the sister of the Hamilton boys. Buster, along with Willie Robillio had served time for concealing the weapons taken by Clyde Barrow and Raymond Hamilton from the government Armory heist in Ranger, Texas.
BUCKNER ORPHANS HOME Joe Dudley Buckner and Hal F Buckner co-mgrs East Pike 6 mi e of city one time home to Ralph Fults, who also worked here some years later.
"click here" Buckner Orphans Home Photo
BUCKNER Hal F (Bertha) co mgr Buckner Orphans Home h same co-manager's home listing
BUCKNER Joe Dudley (Sadie) co mgr Buckner Orphans Home h same co-manager's home listing
BULLOCK John H (Dewey) trimmer Dallas Coffin Co h2530 W Brooklyn John prepared Bonnie's coffin
BUNCH Elbert V (Estella) capt of police h4615 Travis lawman involved in the Harrison Street raid against the Hamilton bros.
CARDWELL Robt (Beatrice) multi opr Cloud Letter Service h2614 Harrison av it was at this address that Mildred Hamilton was busted on February 4, 1935
CASTER Edw (Cora) dep sheriff r Irving Tex lawman
CATHEY & CARRELL TRUCK LINES 1310 River employer to Floyd Hamilton & John Basden
COWAN Luther J (Nell) barber Sanger Hotel Barber Shop h1815 Comal apt C Nell Mrs. opr Sanger Hotel Beauty Shop r1815 Comal apt C Clyde's brother in-law & sister
DAILEY Frank P (Lottie) barber Lee's Barber Shop h1913 McKinney av Frank P. Dailey, also served as Reverand for the Cedar Valley Baptist Church which was located at 1016 S. Ervay. Rev. Dailey was officiated services held for Ivan "Buck" Barrow following his death.
DANIELS John F (Georgia) city detective h2811 Britton av was shot in the finger in a gunfight with the Hamilton brothers
DECKER Jas E (Clyde N) dep Constable Precinct No 1 h6302 Palo Pinto av Bill Decker was born "James Erick" Decker, but went by the name "Bill". His wife's maiden name was Clyde Ryals.
DEERE Albert T (Jimmie C) capt of police h719 Cumberland Captain who had investigated Neuhoff Packing Co robbery.
DELK Luther G (Moody) police h1804 3d h719 Cumberland Lawman who was participated in the hunt for Floyd and Raymond Hamilton, following the shoot-out at their Harrison St. home.
DUNN John E Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating 3308 Swiss av Tel 3-5876 h Vickery Tex formerly Hargraves Cafe where Bonnie had worked
FRANCIS Louis (Lucille) tr driver h528 County Louis had served as "pall bearer" at Clyde's funeral. Marie was later married to his brother, Joe Bill Francis
FRITZ John W (Dorothy M) city detective h6158 Llano av "Will" Fritz, lawman who had dealings with Hamilton
GIGGAL Fred A (Edith M) and Rob & Rowley Theatres (Inc) h5603 Hudson This Dallas couple is mentioned in John Neal Phillips' book, as the ones who had been following Murphy and Wheeler moments before the officers' fatal encounter.
GRIFFITH Roy W (Blanche) part mn Lone Star Gas Co h4611 Oakland av Emma Parker lived here shortly after Bonnie was killed in ambush
HALE N.O. r1225 S. Lamar This was also the (1934) residence of Leon Hale, Clyde's brother-in-law married to sister, Artie It was at this residence that Clyde's mother had written a letter to Frank Hamer, asking for the return of weapons which had belonged to her son following his death. The letter was dated July 28, 1934.
HAMER (1934 Austin City Directory) Frank A. (Gladys J) h1007 River- side dr. Ex-Texas Ranger who hunted down Bonnie and Clyde
HAMILTON Floyd G (Mildred) driver Cathey & Carrell Truck Lines h es Crossman 2 n Eagleford rd (future) Public Enemy No. 1
HILBURN Lillian tchr Virginia K Johnson Home r901 S Madison av 1932 address of witness to gunfight which took place at the home of McBride
HINTON Ted C (Grace) msngr P.O. r105 S Winnetka av messenger (turned lawman)
HINTON Ted C (Grace) dep sheriff h1004 w 10th (1934 directory)
HOOD Hal A (Ida C) Sheriff Dallas County, 1st fl Criminal Court Bldg, Tel 2-6806, h1337 Englewood, Tel, 6-5390 served as Sheriff before R.A "Smoot" Schmid
HOMES and ASYLUMS Buckner Orphans Home 6 mi e of City on Dallas Pike In the later years, Ralph Fults had held a position here
IVY Polk (Rassie) capt Dept of Pub Safety h417 Arch ter (1949 Amarillo residence) Patrolman who survived being killed on Dove Road on Easter morning of 1934
JONES Tookie J (wid Jas) h2410 Henry W. D. Jones' 1932 Dallas residence
JONES Tookie J (wid Jas Z) r W. Rush Pike 2n of Commerse (WD) 1924 Dallas residence of W. D. Jones
KEATHLEY Jesse D (Ruby) h421 County av (WD) RD 6 bOX 101 Floyd Hamilton's cousin/brother-in-law Jesse Keathley and Ted Walters stole a pick-up truck while traveling with Floyd Hamilton to Houston after their unsuccessful attempt at finding work in Wichita Falls.
KING Winter R lawyer 520-21 Mercantile Bldg lawyer (turned Asst. DA)
KORINEK Rudolph F (Margt R) (United Glass & Mirror Co) h6325 Weatherbee av Clyde's employer's home address
KRAUSE Mary (wid Frank) h2908 Eagle Ford rd R D 6 Bonnie's maternal Grandmother widow of Bonnie's maternal Grandfather Frank
KRAUSE John F (Kittie) h2908 Eagle Ford rd R D 6 Emma's brother, Bonnie's Uncle
LEPORI Chas. h Fishtrap Road gdnr h es Harris av (west dallas) 4 Eagle Ford rd R D 6 Bonnie's former employer
LEPORI Cyril S. (Vernon) gdnr h es Harris av (west dallas) 5 Eagle Ford rd R D 6 Bonnie's former employer
LIETO (joint owners of service station) Jas J. (Lillie M) (J J Lieto Service Station) h907 Pollard R D 8 Jos F. r2310 Cedar Hill av R D 8 The Lieto business was robbed of $12.75 by Floyd Hamilton in 1938. Joe Lieto identified Floyd as the man who robbed him, saying that he recognized him from when they had attended school together.
LOUIS CAFE 903 South Harwood On Thursday Jan. 12, 1928, Bonnie applied for a job here. She went to work at Marco's shortly thereafter.
LUTHER John T. (Maurita) police h5206 Garland av Lawman who was participated in the hunt for Floyd and Raymond Hamilton, following the shoot-out at their Harrison St. home.
MACE Fred A (Billie) r2430 Douglas Billie Parker Mace residence
MARCO'S CAFE 702 Main 2-8894 Cafe where Bonnie had worked From the 1928 directory
MARCO Gus (Margt) waiter Jefferson Cafe h2821 Denley dr Bonnie's former boss and former owner of Marco's Cafe
MAYR ALBERT S. (Serv-U-Station h5020 Maple av Operator of check cashing establishment across from Moser Steel Co. robbed by Floyd Hamilton
MAY'S BARBER SHOP & BEAUTY PARLOR 4907 Ross av Clyde's sister Nell worked here
MCCRAY Pat H (Willie C) (United Glass & Mirror Co) h4109 Colonial av Clyde's employer's home address
MERRICK Saml M pbx opr Dallas New-Journal r802 Adair was mistaken for Raymond Hamilton, because his automobile matched one recently stolen by Hamilton
NEUHOFF Henry Jr (Jane) mgr Max Hahn Packing Co h4116 Shenadoah ran Neuhoff Packing Co. robbed by Clyde & Ray
NEUHOFF Jos O sec treas Max Hahn Packing Co h4116 Shenadoah robbed at gunpoint by Clyde at the Neuhoff Packing Co.
NICHOLS AUTO RENT SERV 1320 Commerce 2-6161 Clyde rented car from here and failed to return it.
PARKER Emma (wid Chas) h2430 Douglas Bonnie's mother
PARKER Hubert N (Edith) tr driver Vilbig Bros h2430 Douglas Bonnie's brother "Buster"
PROGRESS Progress The 3512 Live Oak Tel 8-8181
Ad from Dallas Yellow Pages
Austin Avers who assisted in the escape of Raymond Hamilton, had robbed this cleaning establishment of $814
RANKIN Hattie J church visitor M E Church (south) r3013 Swiss av Christian woman who had corresponded with Floyd Hamilton while he was incarcerated at Alcatraz.
RICHBURG Roy police sergt h646 Brooks Sergeant who had investigated Neuhoff Packing Co robbery.
ROBILLIO Wm (Elsie) farmer h620 County av (WD) R D 6 see "Brown, Buster" above
SANGER HOTEL & APARTMENTS S Ervay nw cor Canton Clyde's sister Artie Winkler lived at these apartments
"click here" SANGER HOTEL & APARTMENTS (CIRCA 1930s)
SCHMID Richd A (Signi) (Smoots Guaranty Cycle Co) h5119 1/2 Reiger av lawman's home 1932 address
SCHMID RICHARD A "SMOOT" (SIGNI) Sheriff Dallas County, 1st fl Criminal Courts Bldg, Tel 2-6806, h5119 Reiger av, Tel 5-3827 1933 Dallas Directory
SCHMID R A (Signe) chairman Texas State Board of Pardons & Paroles h 4210 Lullwood rd 1949 Austin City Directory
SMOOTS GUARANTY CYCLE CO (R A Schmid) 2016 Commerce Richard A "Smoot" Schmid's 1932 business address
SCHNEIDER Harry (Sarah) Schneider Bros h2820 Park Row home address (business below)
SCHNEIDER Morris (Esther) Schneider Bros h3614 Spence home address (business below)
SCHNEIDER BROS Clothing Dealers-Mens and Boys Schneider Bros 616 Main Clothier where Clyde's death suit was purchased
SCOMA Luke (Josephine) shoe repr 2633 Commerce h2704 McKinnon Marie Barrow's "future" father & mother in-law
SCOMA Luke Jr h2704 McKinnon Marie Barrow's "future" husband
SEALE Denver I dep sheriff r955 Turner ave lawman
SIMMS OIL CO REFINERY 2407-35 Eagle Ford rd R D 6 raided by Clyde and company in 1932
SLAYDON LeRoy C (Jewel) h1406 Cockrell av It was from this address that Bonnie wrote letters to Clyde while he was in the Denton County Jail.
STRAIT Wm D. (Mattie) h501 County av The 59 year old neighbor of Lillie McBride who had his windows damaged by stray bullets when cops fired at Clyde Barrow on the night he killed Malcolm Davis.
SWEATT Millard E r3614 Whitaker Chief Deputy who served under Sheriff "Smoot" Schmid, and was an active participant in battling Bonnie and Clyde.
THORNTON R G (Bonnie) acety welder Wyatt Metal & Boiler Wks r R D 6 Eagle Ford rd Bonnie Parker Thornton residence (1927 directory)
TRAMMELL Claude W (Ida) chief of police h622 Clermont Chief of Police during reign of Bonnie and Clyde
TRINITY PORTLAND CEMENT COMPANY 1701-9 Santa Fe Bldg Tel 2-8112 where Floyd Hamilton worked
VANCE E Carl (Martha) mach Lone Star Cement Co Texas h3148 Iola R D 6 Box 221 home of the parents of Bonnie Parker's classmate, Dorothy Vance Youngblood
Walsh Douglas E (Belva) supt identification police dept h714 Waverly av fingerprinted Clyde on December 3, 1929 in relation to an automobile theft
WILLIAMS Jas D. (Kath) eng Temple Mfg Co h 4608 Terry Home of Clyde's first girlfriend Eleanor Bee Williams
WILLIAMS NOLAND G (HELEN) Judge Dallas County Criminal Court, 5th fl County Hall of Records, Tel 7-4292 h1115 Ballard av Tel 6-4496 Judge who had presided over Raymond Hamilton's trial
WULLSCHLEGER Elsie bkpr Max Hahn Pkg Co r3228 Hatcher R D 9 Box 355 24 year old clerk robbed by Clyde & Ray at the Neuhoff Packing Co
YOUNGBLOOD Jos T (Dorothy) emp The Texas Co h3131 Eagleford rd R D 6 Cement City classmates of Bonnie Parker J T Youngblood and wife Dorothy (maiden name Dorothy Vance)
JURORS (THOSE LISTED) WHO HAD PRESIDED OVER RAYMOND HAMILTON'S 1934 DEATH TRIAL
BROWN J H "Oak Cliff's Plumber" since 1905 Hot Water Heating, 210 S Bishop av Tel 6-0518
CROWDER Marion P (Ella G) h4519 Sycamore
HENRY Clarence (Evelyn) (Viaduct Fruit Stand) h606 1/2 Woodlawn av
LARY Clayton C (Lenola) eng Dallas P&L Co Sub Sta No 6 r818 Elsbeth
LEIFESTE Walter L (Milda) bkpr Eastman Kodak Stores h1111 N Windomere av
O'CONNOR Chas F (Agnes) slsmn h4004 Munger av
REYNOLDS Green Jr (Mary) meter tester Dallas P&L Co h5019 Phillip
WILLIAMS Wm L (Nell) elec eng Dallas P&L Co h 4012 Wycliff av apts